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    Articles regarding the life and career of Australian violinist Leila Waddell (1880-1932).
    List 19: April, 1929—1940.

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  1. 2GB, SYDNEY. (Wavelength, 316 metres.)
    The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933) Tuesday 2 April 1929 p 20 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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    NIGHT SESSION.—8: Miss Heather Kinnaird, contralto; Miss Leila Wadden, [sic] violinist, Mr. Leon Cavalla, tenor; instrumental music; humorous interlude by Mr. Jas. Win and Mr. Heath Burdock; Miss Gwen Selva, soprano; Miss Ada Brook, pianiste; Miss Heather Kinnaird; 9.3, address; Miss Leila Waddell; Mr. Leon Cavallo; Mr. Jack Win and Mr. Heath Burdock; instrumental music; Miss Gwen Selva; dance music.
    Close down, 10.30 o'clock.

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  2. THEOSOPHICAL STATION, LTD. 2GB.—WAVE LENGTH, 310 METRES.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Wednesday 3 April 1929 p 12 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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    7.0. —Music.
    7.30.— Feature story : "Aileen Pringle's Life and Career." Short talk by Miss Beegling.
    8.0.—Miss Leila Waddell (violinst): "Mazurka" and "Elfin Dance."
    8.8.—Miss Molly Long (contralto): "Life's Recompense" and "Que je t'oublie."
    8.15.—Miss Ada Brook (pianist): "Rhapsody."
    8.23.—Mr. Leon Novello (tenor): "Little Mother of Mine" and "Mignon."
    8.30.—Humorous interlude. Mr. Jack Win and Mr. Heath Burdock.
    8.35.— Instrumental music, "La Traviata Fantasia."
    8.45.—Address Professor E. Wood: "Natural Theosophy."
    9.3.—Miss Gladys Verona (soprano): "Una voce poco fa," "Villanelle," "Waltz Song," and "Cuckoo."
    9.20—Miss Leila Waddell (violinist): Viennese "Melody" and "Spanish Love Song." ...

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  3. 2GB STATION Wave Length, 316 Metres
    The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954) Wednesday 3 April 1929 p 22 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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  4. BROADCASTING 2FC WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3 442 Meters.
    Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931) Wednesday 3 April 1929 p 8 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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    8.0: Leila Waddell, Violiniste. ...
    9.20: Leila Waddell. ...

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  5. 2GB, SYDNEY Wave Length, 316 Metres
    The Newcastle Sun (NSW : 1918 - 1954) Wednesday 3 April 1929 p 3 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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  6. NEAR AND FAR.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Thursday 4 April 1929 p 4 Article
    Abstract: To assist the candidature of Miss Myrene Collins, who represents the Sacred Heart Hospice in the Firemen's Art Union queen competition, a fete will b ... 723 words
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    An enjoyable musicale was given at the Feminist Club on Tuesday afternoon, when Mrs. M. W. Liddell was the guest of honour. In the absence of Mrs. Street, the chair was occupied by Mrs. S. E. Vickory, and the hostesses were Mrs. Dougall Laing and Miss J. Crain. The artists who contributed to the programme were Miss Thelma Lansdowne, Miss Joan Fry, Miss Kathleen Cracknell, Miss Leila Waddell, Miss Ella McKenzie, and Mr. Warwick McKenzie. The rooms were attractively decorated with bowls of cactus dahlias.

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  7. WHAT ARE THE WIRELESS WAVES SAYING? STUDIO NOTES From Station 2GB
    Sunday Times (Sydney, NSW : 1895 - 1930) Sunday 7 April 1929 p 23 Article
    Abstract: AMONG artists constantly "on the air" from 2GB are Miss Gladys Verona, Miss Gwen Selva, Miss Elsie Peerless, Madame Bennett North, Miss 371 words
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    MISS LEILA WADDELL— the popular violiniste, whose playing has been so much enjoyed during the past week—is the proud possessor of a genuine Amati instrument. For some years she has been wandering about Europe and America, and is at present spending a few months in Sydney, owing to the ill-health of her father.

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  8. Local Programmes, Wednesday, April 17
    Australasian Radio Relay League;
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    [ Article : 1929 ]
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    Wireless Weekly (Sydney, NSW), Friday, 12 April, 1929, p 48.

    2GB
    7.0: Music from studio. 8.0: Miss Marjorie Allomes, contralto. 8.7: Miss Leila Waddell, violiniste. 8.15: Mr. Clement Hosking, baritone. 8.22: Instrumental music 8.32: Humorous interlude by Mr. Jack Win and Mr. Heath Burdock. 8.35: Miss Gladys Verona, soprano. 8.45: Address. 9.0: Weather report. 9.3: Miss Marjorie Allomes, contralto. 9.13: Miss Leila Waddell, violiniste. 9.23: Humorous interlude by Mr. Jack Win and Mr. Heath Burdock. 9.28: Mr. Clement Hosking, baritone. 9.38: Instrumental music. 9.48: Miss Gladys Verona, soprano. 9.58: Miss Ada Brook, pianiste. 10.8: Dance music. 10.30: Close down.

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  9. 2GB, SYDNEY Wave Length, 316 Metres
    The Newcastle Sun (NSW : 1918 - 1954) Saturday 13 April 1929 p 7 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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  10. 2GB-- Wave Length, 316M
    The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954) Sunday 14 April 1929 p 4 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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  11. STATION 2GB: WAVE LENGTH. 316 METRES.
    Sunday Times (Sydney, NSW : 1895 - 1930) Sunday 14 April 1929 p 11 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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    8.30: Miss Leila Waddell (violinist): "Reverie" and "Danny Boy." ...
    9.7: Miss Leila Waddell (violiniste): "Berceuse de Jocelyn," and "Simple Aveu." ...

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  12. BROADCASTING 2FC (W.L. 442.)
    Truth (Sydney, NSW : 1894 - 1954) Sunday 14 April 1929 p 10 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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  13. 2GB, SYDNEY. (Wavelength, 316 metres.)
    The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933) Tuesday 16 April 1929 p 23 Article
    Abstract: Night Session.—3, Miss Marjorie Allomes (contralto), Miss Leila Waddell (violiniste), Mr. Clement Hosking (baritone), instrumental music, humorous in ... 69 words
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    Night Session.—8, Miss Marjorie Allomes (contralto), Miss Leila Waddell (violiniste), Mr. Clement Hosking (baritone), instrumental music, humorous interlude by Mr. Jack Win and Mr. Heath Burdock, Miss Gladys Verona (soprano), Miss Marjorie Allomes, Miss Leila Waddell, Mr. Jack Win and Mr. Heath Burdock, Mr. Clement Hosking, instrumental music, Miss Gladys Verona, Miss Ada Brook (pianiste); dance music. Close down, 10.30 o'clock.

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  14. Broadcasting Programmes WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17 4QG BRISBANE (385 METRES). MIDDAY SESSION.
    The Telegraph (Brisbane, Qld. : 1872 - 1947) Wednesday 17 April 1929 p 16 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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    2GB Sydney (316 metres). 8 p.m.: Marjorle Allomes (contralto). 8.7: Leila Waddell (violinist). 8.15: Clement Hoskins (baritone). 8.22: Instrumental music. 8.32: Humorous interlude. Jack Win and Heath Burdock. 8.35: Gladys Verona (soprano). 9.3: Marjorie Allomes. 9.13: Leila Waddell. 9.23: Humorous interlude, Jack Win and Heath Burdock. 9 28: Clement Hoskins (baritone). 9.38: Instrumental music. 9.48: Gladys Verona (soprano). 9.58: Ada Brook (pianiste). 10.8: Dance music.

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  15. Local Programmes, Sun., April 28
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    Wireless Weekly (Sydney, NSW), Friday, 26 April, 1929, p 54.

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  16. THEOSOPHICAL STATION, LTD. 2GB.—WAVE LENGTH, 316 METRES. SATURDAY.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Saturday 27 April 1929 p 12 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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    8.30.—Miss Leila Waddell (violinist): "Souvenir" and "Minuet in G."
    9.7.—Miss Leila Waddell (violinist): "Meditation from Thais" and "Salut d'Amour."

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  17. SOUTHERN STATIONS. TO-MORROW NIGHT'S PROGRAMMES. 2GB, SYDNEY. (Wavelength, 316 metres.)
    The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933) Saturday 27 April 1929 p 26 Article
    Abstract: NIGHT SESSION.—8.15: Sacred concert from Adyar Hall; Rosenkranz piano solos; Miss Ethel Muller, contralto; Miss Leha Waddell, viollinste; Mr. Victor ... 61 words
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    NIGHT SESSION.—
    8.15: Sacred concert from Adyar Hall;
    Rosenkranz piano solos; Miss Ethel Muller, contralto;
    Miss Leila Waddell, violiniste; ...

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  18. 2GB, SYDNEY Wave Length, 318 Metres TO-DAY
    The Newcastle Sun (NSW : 1918 - 1954) Saturday 27 April 1929 p 2 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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  19. 2GB.—316 METRES.
    Sunday Times (Sydney, NSW : 1895 - 1930) Sunday 28 April 1929 p 23 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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    8.30.—Miss Leila Waddell (violinist): "Souvenir" and "Minuet in G." ...
    9.7.—Miss Leila Waddell (violinist): "Meditation from Thais" and "Salut d'Amour." ...

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  20. TO-DAY'S BROADCASTING 2GB (W.L. 316.)
    Truth (Sydney, NSW : 1894 - 1954) Sunday 28 April 1929 p 11 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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  21. THEOSOPHICAL STATION, LTD. 2GB.—WAVE LENGTH, 316 METRES. SATURDAY.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Saturday 4 May 1929 p 14 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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    SUNDAY. ...
    6.50.—Organ music from St. Alban's Church, Sydney.
    7.0.—Sacred concert from St. Alban's Church: "Processional Hymn."
    7.5. —Clement Hosking Vocal Quartet: "Holy Night" and "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot."
    7.12. —Miss Leila Waddell (violinist): "Largo" and "Abendlied." ...
    7.25. — MIss Leila Waddell (violinist): "Air on the G string" and "Reverie." ...

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  22. Advertising
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Saturday 4 May 1929 p 2 Advertising
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    AT THE LIBERAL CATHOLIC CHURCH OF ST. ALBAN,
    Regent-st, Sydney, the Services will be:
    SUNDAY.
    10.30 a.m., Holy Eucharist.
    Preacher, Professor ERNEST WOOD.
    Title, "WHO BRINGS THE TRUTH?
    ANOTHER QUESTION FOR ALL."
    Broadcasting by 2GB, 316 metres.
    7 p.m., SACRED CONCERT.
    Artists: Miss ELSIE BROWN. Miss EVA CROFT,
    Miss LEILA WADDELL, Mr. REGINALD BENNETT,
    Mr. CECIL HOUGHTON, Mr. CLEMENT HOSKING.
    7.40 p.m.. BENEDICTION.
    Broadcasting by 2GB, 316 metres. ...

    [The Liberal Catholic Church was associated with Theosophy and Leadbeater. Also, 2GB was owned by the Theosophical Society. Its call-name was from the initials of the Italian matyr Giordano Bruno.]

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  23. 2GB--Wave Length, 316M
    The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954) Sunday 5 May 1929 p 4 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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  24. 2GB, SYDNEY Wave Length, 316 Metres TO-DAY
    The Newcastle Sun (NSW : 1918 - 1954) Saturday 4 May 1929 p 2 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides Illustrated
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    SUNDAY:
    7.0: Sacred concert from St. Alban's church. 7.5: Clement Hosking Vocal Quartet. 7.12: Miss Leila Waddell (violinist). 7.19: Mr. Cecil Houghton (tenor). 7.22: Miss Elsie Brown and Miss Eva Croft, vocal duet. 7.25: Miss Leila Waddell (violinist). 7.28: Mr. Cecil Houghton (tenor). 7.31: Clement Hosking Vocal Quartet. 7.35: Lecture from Adyar Hall, Professor Ernest Wood. ...

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  25. 2G.B—316 Metres.
    Sunday Times (Sydney, NSW : 1895 - 1930) Sunday 5 May 1929 p 21 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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    7.12.—Misa Leila Waddell (violinist): "Largo" and "Abendlied." ...
    7.25. — Miss Leila Waddell (violinist): "Air on the G string" and "Reverie." ...

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  26. Local Programmes, Sunday, May 12
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    Wireless Weekly (Sydney, NSW), Friday, 10 May, 1929, p 42.

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  27. 2GB, SYDNEY. (Wavelength, 316 metres.)
    The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933) Saturday 11 May 1929 p 30 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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    SOUTHERN STATIONS.
    TO-MORROW NIGHT'S
    PROGRAMMES ...
    2GB, SYDNEY.
    (Wavelength, 316 metres.)
    NIGHT SESSION.—
    7: Lecture from Adyar Hall; music from Studio; 8.15, Sacred concert from Adyar Hall; Miss Florence Gordon, contralto; Miss Leila Waddell, violinist; Victor Earle (baritone), Miss Elsie Brown (soprano); Uebel-Lechleiter piano solo, Miss Florence Gordon; Miss Leila Waddell; Mr. Victor Earle; Uebel-Lechleiter piano solo; Miss Elsie Brown.
    Close down. 9.35 o'clock.

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  28. Broadcasting Programmes SATURDAY, MAY 11. 4QG BRISBANE (385 METRES).
    The Telegraph (Brisbane, Qld. : 1872 - 1947) Saturday 11 May 1929 p 20 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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    SUNDAY, MAY 12.
    2GB SYDNEY (316 METRES).
    5 p.m. Musical session. 5.30: Children's session by Uncle George. 7: Lecture from Adyar Hall. 8: Music from studio. 8.15: Sacred concert from Adyar Hall. 8.23: Florence Gordon (contralto). 8.30: Leila Waddell (violinist). 8.40: Victor Earle (baritone). 8.45: "Elsie Brown (soprano). 9: Florence. Gordon. 9.7: Leila Waddell. 9.15: Victor Earle. 9.28: Elsie Brown. 9.35: Close down.

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  29. BROADCASTING SERVICES SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1929
    Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931) Saturday 18 May 1929 p 4 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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  30. 2GB, SYDNEY Wave Length, 316 Metres TO-DAY
    The Newcastle Sun (NSW : 1918 - 1954) Saturday 18 May 1929 p 2 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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    7.0: Lecture, Professor E. Wood. The Way to Understanding and Peace. 7.35: Lecture, Bishop Arundale, Our Lord of the Sun. 8.0: Music. 8.15: Piano solos. Mr. Sydney Vincent. 8.23: Miss Gladys Aubin (soprano). 8.30: Mr. H. G. Campbell (tenor). 8.37: Miss Leila Waddell (violinist). 8.45: Miss Mary Neal (contralto). 8.52: Piano solos. 9.2: Miss Gladys Aubin (soprano). 9.9: Miss Leila Waddell (violinist). 9.17: Mr. H. G. Campbell (tenor). 9.21: Piano solo, Mr. Sydney Vincent. 9.25: Miss Mary Neal (contralto).

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  31. THEOSOPHICAL STATION, LTD. 2GB.—WAVE LENGHT, 316 METRES. SATURDAY.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Saturday 18 May 1929 p 14 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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    SUNDAY.
    7.0.—Lecture Professor E. Wood. "The way to Understanding and Peace."
    7.35.—Lecture. Bishop Arundale. "Our Lord the Sun."
    8.0.—Music.
    8.15.—Piano solos, Mr. Sydney Vincent: "Eldarado" and "Blumenlied."
    8.23.—Miss Gladys Aubin (soprano): "Carmena" and "Goodbye."
    8.30.—Mr. H. G. Campbell (tenor) "Mountain Lovers" and "Because."
    8.37.—Miss Leila Waddell (violinist): "Intermezzo" and "Serenade."
    8.45.—Miss Mary Neal (contralto): "Thank God for a Garden" and "Good Morning, Brother Sunshine."
    8.52.—Piano solos: "Home, Sweet Home" and "Barber of Seville Overture."
    Weather.
    9.2.—Miss Gladys Aubin (soprano) "Come to the Fair" and "The Piper of Love."
    9.9—Miss Leila Waddell (violinist): "Le Cygne" and "Melody in F."
    9.17.—Mr H. G. Campbell (tenor): "Then You'll Remember me" and "Give a Man a Horse he can Ride."
    9.24.—Piano solo, Mr. Sydney Vincent : "Simple Aveu."
    9.28.—Miss Mary Neal (contralto): "In an Old-fashioned Town" and "Gray Days."

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  32. 2BL—353 METRES.
    Sunday Times (Sydney, NSW : 1895 - 1930) Sunday 19 May 1929 p 25 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides Illustrated
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    THEOSOPHICAL STATION, LTD. 2GB, 316 metres. ...
    9.9: Miss Leila Waddell (violinist): "Le Cygne" and "Melody in F."

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  33. TO-DAY'S RADIO 2BL--Wave Length, 353M
    The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954) Sunday 19 May 1929 p 4 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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  34. Web page: Why France Finally Kicked Out the High Priest of the Devil Cult
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    Long Island Daily Press (New York, New York, USA), 25 May, 1929.

    Miss Leila Waddell, an English Beauty, in Her Costume as High Priestess of the O.T.O. She is but One of the Many Aristocratic Young Women Who Became Interested in Mystic Doctrines.

    [Subtitle to a retouched copy of the "Artemis" photograph from The Sketch, 1910.]

    One of the most startling developments came with revelation of the type of women who joined the order and even became so-called High Priestesses. In England it was said that Miss Leila Waddell, a tall, beautiful young woman was the Lady of Mystery, or High Priestess, who played the violin for the "Black Mass" services.

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  35. Web page: Why France Finally Kicked Out the High Priest of the Devil Cult
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    The Sunday Oregonian (Portland, Oregon, USA), 9 June, 1929.

    Finally some reputable citizens determined to investigate the truth of these fantastic tales and succeeded in gaining admittance to the "black mass" and other ceremonies conducted by Crowley. In describing the scenes he had witnessed, W. B. Seabrook, famous author, wrote:
    "It was difficult to believe the evidence of my own eyes. Black-hooded figures in a dimly lighted room chanting mystic phrases in lifeless voices—strange music—an altar resplendent with multi-colored mosaics marked with cabalistic symbols—high priestesses fulfilling orders of 'the beast' wearing monkish, black robes. This was but part of the unholy ritual thought to invoke the spirit of the evil one.
    "One of the most startling developments came with the revelation of the type of women who joined the order and even became the so-called high priestesses. In England it was said that Miss Leila Waddell, a tall beautiful young woman, was the lady of mystery, or high priestess, who played the violin for the "black mass" services. In Greenwich Village a little school teacher, Lea Hersig, became a spectacular figure in the cult.

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  36. MUSICALE FOR T.B. FUND.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Wednesday 31 July 1929 p 7 Article
    Abstract: Mrs. John Garllck lent her rooms at the Town Hall yesterday afternoon for an enjoyable musicale arranged by Mrs. Walter Treleaven, to assist the citi ... 140 words
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    Mrs. John Garlick lent her rooms at the Town Hall yesterday afternoon for an enjoyable musicale arranged by Mrs. Walter Treleaven, to assist the citizens' £5000 appeal for the cure of consumption. There was a large attendance, and a diversified programme was contributed by several artists.

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  37. HELLENIC BALL.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Tuesday 6 August 1929 p 4 Article
    Abstract: It is the custom of the members of Sydney's Greek community each year to organise a ball for some deserving cause. This year's function took place la ... 494 words
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    It is the custom of the members of Sydney's Greek community each year to organise a ball for some deserving cause. This year's function took place last night at David Jones', for the benefit of the Greek cathedral, Sydney, and the Royal Hospital for Women. It was called the Hellenic Ball, and there was a large organising committee, headed by Mrs. John Garlick. A programme of novelties and attractions made the ball an unusual one. ...
    Mr. and Mrs. Walter Treleaven entertained a large party, which included Dr. and Mrs. Bruce Hittman, Miss Gwen Sommer, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Tomalin, Mr. and Mrs. George Holburn, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Twigden, Miss Grace Saville, Mr. and Mrs. J. Grant, Miss Burnell Jones, Mr. Perks, Miss Leila Waddell, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Rogaly, Miss Rogaly, Mr. and Miss Bull, Mr. Herbert Cosgrove, Miss Jeanette Patterson, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dengate. Mrs. Treleaven wore a gown of pale pink georgette.

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  38. SYDNEY. Tails or Not?
    Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954) Thursday 8 August 1929 p 37 Article
    Abstract: SYDNEY, July 29.—When Sir Dudley and Lady de Chair were host and hostess at a musicale at Government House the other night, quite a number of "swallo ... 983 words
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    Beauty Spots.
    The beauty spot craze, which was revived at Miss de Chair's dance during polo week, has taken on. I noticed at Mrs. Garlick's musicale at the Town Hall yesterday that every smart woman stuck out on her cheek somewhere. Sitting together Mrs. F. M. Rush and Mrs. Harold Vale boasted of two spots, but declared that they adopted the fashion many years ago. Mrs. Garlick, who wore a narrow black velvet band in her locks, which have reached the stage where hairpins hold them in place, sat beside Mrs. W. G. Layton, while she listened to the musical programme arranged by Mrs. Walter Treleaven. Her artists included Mr. Clement Hoskins, Miss Leila Waddell, the clever violinist; Mr. Montgomery Stuart, Mrs. Dangate, Miss Dorothy Ewbank, Miss Thelma Houston, and Miss Peggy Bell.

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  39. NO TIME FOR CHATTER
    The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954) Wednesday 31 July 1929 p 21 Article
    Abstract: TWELVE musical items, operatic and classical, certainly made the time pass quickly yesterday afternoon at the Arts Club, but put a 251 words
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    Seventy guests defied the rain yesterday afternoon to attend the musicale organised by Mrs. Walter Treleaven in aid of Mrs. John Garlick's £5000 appeal in aid of the National Association for the prevention and cure of consumption, and held in Mrs. Garlick's rooms. Mrs. Treleaven played herself while other artists who contributed were Mesdames Louise Matters, Goosens Viceroy, Dengate, Hempton, the Misses Leila Waddell, Dorothy Ewbank, Thelma Houston, Jean Grant, Grace Saville, Peggy Bell, Vera Houghton, Mary Neil, Edna Bourke, Jeanette Patterson, Gwen Foster, Messrs. Montgomery Stuart, Clement Hoskins, Ellis and Ernest Long.

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  40. BOOTS TO MUSICALE KEPT FEET DRY
    Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931) Wednesday 31 July 1929 p 14 Article
    Abstract: MRS. Waiter stones was determined that her feet would be dry when she arrived at the Town Hall yesterday at a musicale arranged by Mrs. Walker 182 words
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    Among the assisting artists were Mme. Louise Metters, harpist, Mme. Goossens-Viceroy, Miss Grace Saville, Mrs. Walter Treleaven, Miss Jean Grant, Mr. Montgomery Stuart, Miss Thelma Houston, Mr. Clement Hoskins, Miss Dorothy Ewbank, Miss Gwen Foster, Mr. Ernest Long, Miss Leila Waddell, and Mr. A. J. Ellis. ...

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  41. Successful Dance. ASSISTING THE POOR CLARES.
    The Catholic Press (Sydney, NSW : 1895 - 1942) Thursday 5 September 1929 p 25 Article
    Abstract: The building fund for the Poor Clares' Convent, Waverley, should receive a substantial cheque as a result of the dance held at the Ambassadors on Mon ... 1146 words
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    Miss Waddell was in romaine and lace of rose pink nuance; ...

    [L.W. lived nearby and taught at a Catholic, Sacred Heart school. But a fashion designer by the same name also lived not far away, in Rose Bay.]

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  42. FAREWELL PARTY LEAVING FOR FRISCO
    Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931) Saturday 21 September 1929 p 8 Article
    Abstract: MRS. [?] made a charm [?] speech of farewell in [?] yesterday afternoon a the [?] when she presented 174 words
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    MRS Florence Taylor made a charming little speech of farewell to Mrs. Herbert Nelson yesterday afternoon at the Arts Club when she presented Mrs. Nelson with a choice spray of orchids and a basin filled with spring blossoms as a token of affection from her friends.
    Mrs. Nelson sailed by the Ventura to join her daughter, Gwen, in San Fransisco.
    Mrs. Taylor and Mrs. A. Hyman were the hosts ...
    and the other guests were ...
    Miss Leila Waddell, ...
    and Miss Jean Grant, who arranged the musical programme and also took part in it. The other artists were Miss Hilda Boyle, Miss Vera Horton, Miss Lansdowne, Miss Doherty, and Miss Dorothy Hopkins.

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  43. Family Notices
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Thursday 15 August 1929 p 10 Family Notices
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    WADDELL.—August 14, 1929, at a private hospital, Randwick, David Waddell of St. Aubyn, Waverley-street Randwlck, formerly of Bathurst, dearly loved husband of Mary Gertrude Waddell, and loving father of Emmeline (Mrs E. J. Curran), Leila, Selwyn, Beaufort, Beaupre, (Mrs. W. A. Robinson of Grenfell) and Thelma, aged 79 years.

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  44. PERSONAL
    National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954) Friday 16 August 1929 p 5 Article
    Abstract: Word reached Bathurst of the death in his eightieth year, of Mr. David Waddell at his residence, Randwick. Deceased was a native of Bathurst and 234 words
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    Word reached Bathurst of the death, in his eightieth year, of Mr. David Waddell at his residence, Randwick. Deceased was a native of Bathurst and up to the time of going to Randwick had remained here all his life. He was the only one left of the firm which established the wool-washing works of Waddell Bros., in Rankin Street. He was one of the oldest members of the Phoenix Masonic Lodge and a Past Master. Besides his widow, he leaves a family of four daughters and two sons— Mrs. E. J. Curran (Emmeline), Mrs. W. A. Robinson (Beaupre), Thelma and Leila, Beaufort and Selwyn. ...

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  45. UNION CLUB RECEPTION. AFTER THE RACES.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Thursday 10 October 1929 p 4 Article
    Abstract: After such a drab day at Randwick, racegoers left with relief to attend the reception given by the members of the Union Club, at the club, Bligh-stre ... 1014 words
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    After such a drab day at Randwick, racegoers left with relief to attend the reception given by the members of the Union Club, at the club, Bligh-street, yesterday afternoon, where the interior of the beautiful old building, gay with masses of lovely flowers and music, made a cheerful contrast to the depressing day outside.
    Many hundreds of guests attended the reception, which was one of the outstanding social events of race week, but the spacious rooms and verandahs enclosed with red and white awnings, could amply accommodate them all. In spite of the bad weather, many beautiful frocks were worn, of floral chiffon and lace, although the majority of women favoured coats and suits or covered their frocks with warm coats of kasha, cloth, or fur. Each lady guest was presented with a natural posy, and so that any colour scheme could be matched the committee had provided posies of every shade and tone. ...
    Miss Leila Waddell ...

    [Possibly the other Miss Leila Waddell, a dress designer of Rose Bay.]

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  46. WIRELESS & RADIO ETHER PATHS WATCHING RADIO TRAFFIC CAUSE OF INTERFERENCE
    The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954) Tuesday 22 October 1929 p 7 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: Traffic rules are necessary in the ether, just as they are in any busy highway, and it is one of the jobs of the authorities to keep continuous "watc ... 1787 words
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    Leila Waddell, violinist, who will play at 2FC on Friday.

    [Photograph.]

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  47. MISS LEILA WADDELL.
    The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser (NSW : 1876 - 1951) Thursday 24 October 1929 p 6 Article
    Abstract: Miss Leila Waddell, the well known violinist, who will be heard from 2FC on Friday. October 25th, is a pupil of Professor Leopold Auer 91 words
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    Miss Leila Waddell, the well-known violinist, who will be heard from 2FC on Friday, October 25th, is a pupil of Professor Leopold Auer, the Master of Zimbalist, Heifetz, Elma and others.
    She produced for the first time in Europe an Act called "The Seven Ragged Gypsy Girls" comprised of seven girls, all pupils of the great masters, who danced and played at the same time harmonized melodies. Miss Waddell is a sister of Mrs. W. A. Robinson.

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  48. BROADCASTING. NATIONAL SERVICE. 2FC.—WAVE LENGTH, 451 METRES.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Friday 25 October 1929 p 8 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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    7.0 a.m.—Weather, news from "Sydney Morning Herald," music, mails, shipping, what's on to-day? childrens birthday calls. ...
    2.42.—Miss Florence Yates (contralto): You'll Get Heaps o' Lickin's." "O Western Wind," and "Good Morning, Brother Sunshine."
    2.49.—Miss Leila Waddell (violinist): "Les Cherubins" and "Slumber Song.
    2.56.—The Kiranda Trio: "O Sole Mio," "Omaha," and "Gypsy Love."
    3.8.—Mr. George McNeilly (tenor): "I Seek for Thee In Every Flower," "Curtain Falls," and "Duna."
    3.15.—Miss Leila Waddell (violinist): "Scherzo" and "Berceuse."
    3.22—The Kiranda Trio Indian Serenade," "Souvenir d'Antan," "The Gates of Pearl" and "Walter Humoreske."
    3.37—Miss Florence Yates (contralto) "Annie Laurie" and "Homing."
    3.44—The Kiranda Trio: "Intermezzo from The Mountaineers." ...

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  49. BROADCASTING TO-DAY. 2FC.
    The Labor Daily (Sydney, NSW : 1924 - 1938) Friday 25 October 1929 p 6 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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    Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954) Friday 25 October 1929 p 5 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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    The radio matinee—2.30 to 4.30 p.m. 2.30: 2FC Instrumental Trio. 2.42: Florence Yates, contralto. 2.49: Leila Waddell, violinist. 2.56: 2FC Instrumental trio. 3.8: George McNeilly, tenor. 3.15: 2FC, Instrumental Trio. 3.22: Leila Waddell, violinist. 3.30: 2FC Instrumental Trio. 3.40: Florence Yates, contralto. 3.47: 2FC Instrumental Trio. 3.54: George McNeilly, tenor. 4.0: "Redgum" will speak on "Gardening " 4.15: 2FC instrumental Trio. ...

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  51. BROADCASTING FEATURES.
    Macleay Argus (Kempsey, NSW : 1885 - 1907; 1909 - 1910; 1912 - 1913; 1915 - 1916; 1918 - 1954) Friday 25 October 1929 p 13 Article
    Abstract: George McNeilly (tenor). -- George McNeilly, favorite Scottish tenor, has done a great deal of broadcasting from 2FC since its inception, and listene ... 357 words
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    Miss Leila Waddell.—Miss Leila Waddell, the well-known violinist, who will be heard from 2FC on Friday, October 25th, is a pupil of Professor Leopold Auer, the master of Zimbalist, Heifetz, Elma and others. She produced for the first time in Europe an act called "The Seven Ragged Ragtime Gypsy Girls," comprised of seven girls, all pupils of the great masters, who danced and played at the same time harmonised melodies. Miss Leila Waddell is a member of the well-known Bathurst family of that name. ...

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  52. RADIO IN THE HOME YOU HEAR IT ALL OVER THE AIR. LISTENERS' LETTERS
    The Murrumbidgee Irrigator (Leeton, NSW : 1915 - 1954) Friday 25 October 1929 p 4 Article
    Abstract: During the last six weeks of broadcasting, 60 letters of a critical nature have been received by the Australian Broadcasting Co. It was found that 1672 words
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    MISS LEILA WADDELL
    Miss Leila Waddell, the well known violinist who will be heard from 2FC on Friday, October 25th, is a pupil of Professor Leopold Auer, the Master of Zimbalist, Heifetz, Elma and others. She produced for the first time in Europe an act called "The Seven Ragged Ragtime Gypsy Girls" comprised of seven girls, all pupils of the great masters, who danced and played at the same time harmonised melodies.

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  53. Wireless. PROGRAMME FEATURES Some Irish Songs
    The Land (Sydney, NSW : 1911 - 1954) Friday 25 October 1929 p 13 Article
    Abstract: Professor Randal Woodhouse, late Senior Professor of Singing of the Royal Irish Academy of Music, will, sing some favourite Irish songs, 424 words
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    Miss Leila Waddell, well-known violinist, will be heard from 2FC on Friday, October 25.

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  54. Moonchild : a prologue / by Aleister Crowley
    Crowley, Aleister, 1875-1947
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    "Oh you were splendid, sister!" cried a voice, and two scarred arms were thrown about her neck. It was the girl of the night before!
    "Didn't you escape?" babbled Lisa, incoherent.
    But the child's ringing laughter silenced her. "I forgive you for spoiling my record," she bubbled over. "You know, I'm supposed to get them five times in six."
    Lisa stood bewildered. But Sister Cybele was wringing her hands and kissing her, and Cyril Grey was telling the child that he had first claim on the strangle-hold—
    And then they all suddenly melted from her. Simon Iff was walking towards her, and his hand was open.
    I congratulate you, sister," he said solemly, "upon your initiation to our holy Order. You have earned the robe in which you stand, for you have paid its price—service to others without thought to consequence to yourself. Let us break our fast!"
    And he took Lisa's arm; presently they came to the refectory. As in a well-rehearsed play, every one fell into his place; and before Lisa realized the utter subversion that had taken place in her being, Sister Cybele was on her feet proclaiming:
    "Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law."
    Lisa thought the breakfast the most delicious she had ever tasted in her life.

    [One of Crowley's few novels, Moonchild was written while he was still in the U.S.; in 1917, in New Orleans. The "Sister Cybele" character was based on L.W.; though there was nothing in it, or elsewhere in public sources, to indicate that to the contemporary readership. It wasn't published until 1929 when Crowley found a sympathetic publisher in the person of the Australian P. R. "Inky" Stephensen, in London. It became one of Crowley's most successful and well-known publications.]

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  55. LISTENERS’ CHOICE
    Australasian Radio Relay League;
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    Wireless Weekly (Sydney, NSW), Friday, 25 October, 1929, p 13.

    LEILA WADDELL, the violinist, who will appear from 2FC on Friday, October 25. She is a pupil of Professor Leopold Auer, the Master of Zimbalist, Heifetz, Elman, and others.
    “When I played before Professor Auer to see if he would take me as a pupil,” said Miss Waddell, “I chose a slow melody, and he stopped me three times to tell me I was playing out of tune, and made me extremely nervous. The fourth time he said ‘We will try once more.’ and then he found he was playing in the wrong key, and so that established a bond of friendship between us.”

    [Photograph.]

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  56. CLUB GREETS MEMBERS Conditions in England During the War and Now
    Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931) Wednesday 12 March 1930 p 11 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: IN extending a welcome home at the Women's Club musicale yesterday afternoon to Mrs. Patricia Page, the president, Mrs. George 244 words
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    IN extending a welcome home at the Women's Club musicale yesterday afternoon to Mrs. Patricia Page, the president, Mrs. George Irvine, contrasted life in England during the war—when, as the wife of a captain in the merchant service, she was engaged in war work—to conditions of the present day, as Mrs. Page saw them. ...
    An enjoyable programme was given by Miss Leila Waddell, violinist, who studied on the Continent; Mr. Frances Hall, Miss Thelma Lansdowne, who arranged the programme, Miss Daisy Royal, Mr. Palmer Kent, who gave a talk on Sweden, and Miss Hilda Boyle. ...

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  57. At home on Thursday the 24th April, 1930 / The Musical Association of New South Wales
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    Booklet.
    The Musical Association of New South Wales
    MEMBERS ...
    Miss Leila Waddell ...

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  58. Local Programmes, Friday, October 25
    Australasian Radio Relay League;
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    [ Article : 1929 ]
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    Wireless Weekly (Sydney, NSW), Friday, 25 October, 1929, p 32.

    2FC
    THE RADIO MATINEE—2.3O to 4.30 p.m.
    2.30: The 2FC Instrumental Trio.
    2.42: Florence Yates, contralto—
    (a) “You’ll Get Heaps o’ Licken’s” (Coningsby Clark).
    (b) “O, Western Wind” (Brahe).
    (c) “Good Morning, Brother Sunshine” (Lehmann).
    2.49: Leila Waddell, violinist—
    (a) “Les Cherubins” (Couperin).
    (b) “Slumber Song” (Wood).
    2.56: The 2FC Instrumental Trio.
    3.8: George McNeilly, tenor—
    (a) “I Seek For Thee in Every Flower” (Ganz).
    (b) “Curtain Falls” (Hardelot).
    (c) “Duna (McGill).
    3.15: The 2FC Instrumental Trio.
    3.22: Leila Waddell, violinist—
    (a) “Scherzo” (Dittersdorf-Kreisler).
    (b)“Berceuse (Aulin).
    3.30: The 2FC Instrumental Trio.
    3.40: Florence Yates, contralto—
    (a) “Annie Laurie” (arr. Lehmann).
    (b) “Homing” (Del Riego).
    3.47: The 2FC Instrumental Trio.
    3.54: George McNeilly, tenor—
    (a)“Song of Sleep” (Somerset).
    (b) “Look Down, Dear Eyes” (Fisher).
    (c) “Sylvia” (Speaks).
    4.0: “Redgum” will speak on “Gardening.”
    4.15: The 2FC Instrumental Trio.
    4.28: Stock Exchange, third call.
    4.30: Close.

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  59. MUSIC AND DRAMA. CONSERVATORIUM ORCHESTRA.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Saturday 9 August 1930 p 10 Article
    Abstract: Professor Bernard Heinze, of Melbourne, will appear as guest conductor of the Conservatorium Orchestra in its concert on Wednesday next. This is in f ... 1451 words
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    A TSCHAIKOWSKY CONCERTO.
    Miss Leila Waddell, in a letter to the Editor of the "Herald," contributes an interesting piece of history in regard to the Tschaikowsky Violin Concerto. ...

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  60. Magick : Liber ABA, book four, parts I-IV / Aleister Crowley, with Mary Desti and Leila Waddell ; edited, annotated, and introduced by Hymenaeus Beta
    Crowley, Aleister, 1875-1947
    [ Book : 1911-1997 ]
    Languages: English;Hebrew;Latin;Greek, Modern (1453- ), [4 others]
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    Magick : Liber ABA, book four, parts I-IV / Aleister Crowley, with Mary Desti and Leila Waddell ; edited, annotated, and introduced by Hymenaeus Beta
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    Magick in Theory and Practice
    By the Master Therion (Aleister Crowley)
    Mandrake Press, 1929.

    [Parts One and Two of the projected Book Four were dictated to and co-authored by Mary Desti in 1911-12 and published before the war. Part Three was dictated to and co-authored by L.W. in the "spring" of 1912 (apparently in March, while in Cherbourg in France). It was published in 1929, as Magick in Theory and Practice by "the Master Therion" (Aleister Crowley), by which time it had been largely revised by Crowley. L.W. was not, apparently, given a co-authorship credit (though "Soror Virakam", Mary Desti, had been given one in the pre-war editions of Parts One and Two). However, in recent editions, in which all four parts have been collected togethor, she has been credited as a co-author, alongside Mary Desti.]

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  61. CONTRASTS IN STYLE.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Friday 6 June 1930 p 8 Article
    Abstract: Two books have come to hand that are in striking contrast. In one, entitled "Moonchild," we have an example of the complicated, turgid, esoteric writ ... 1511 words
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    Two books have come to hand that are in striking contrast. In one, entitled "Moonchild," we have an example of the complicated, turgid, esoteric writing—the kind that reaches out for the effect that is aimed at by the futuristic painter, in which he gets beyond the infinite—or believes he does. In the other, "Carl and Anna," a translation from the German, is the simplification of language to perfection. "Moonchild" is difficult to understand. You read words, words, words—mystic references, invented oddities, and peculiar actions, until the confusion is worse confounded, and you get tired of endeavouring to find out what the author is driving at. ...

    [The "Sister Cybele" character in this novel was based upon L.W.. However, there was nothing in it, or elsewhere in public sources, to indicate that to the contemporary readership; and there is nothing to indicate that it was generally known in Sydney.]

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  62. MUSIC AND DRAMA. AN AUSTRALIAN PLAYWRIGHT.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Saturday 16 August 1930 p 10 Article
    Abstract: Miss Doris Egerton Jones (Mrs. Callahan), who wrote the play "Governor Bligh," now attracting so much interest at the Grand Opera House, is herself a ... 1523 words
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    TSCHAIKOWSKY'S CONCERTO.
    Mr. L. de Noskowski writes. In reference to the Tschaikowsky Violin Concerto: "Miss Leila Waddell's claim regarding this Concerto is strangely different from Professor Auer's own remarks in his memoirs ...

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  63. MUSIC AND DRAMA. DEATH OF LEOPOLD AUER.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Saturday 23 August 1930 p 10 Article
    Abstract: News comes by mail of the death of Leopold Auer the eminent violinist and equally eminent instructor who taught Helfetz Zimbalist Mischa Elman Toscha ... 1488 words
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    Some correspondence recently published in this column recalled Auer's attitude to the Tschaikowsky Concerto, in the days when he was a famous concert artist. ...

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  64. The legend of Aleister Crowley : being a study of the documentary evidence relating to a campaign of personal vilification unparalleled in literary history / by P. R. Stephensen ; with an introduction by Israel Regardie
    Stephensen, P. R. (Percy Reginald), 1901-1965
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    The legend of Aleister Crowley : being a study of the documentary evidence relating to a campaign of personal vilification unparalleled in literary history / by P. R. Stephensen ; with an introduction by Israel Regardie
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    [With access to Crowley's archive, his publisher, the Australian P. R. "Inky" Stephensen, wrote this account of the "campaign of personal vilification unparalleled in literary history", against Crowley, and published it in London. It mentioned L.W. twice. The first noted her as one of the performers in an "Invocation to Luna" in 1910 (i.e. in The Rites of Eleusis). The second quoted the Sunday Express of November 26, 1922, which asserted that Crowley had "married a violinist named Leila Waddell". Stephensen left this claim uncontradicted, perhaps because he thought that criticizing the article as rubbish was sufficient. But, Stephensen being well known in Australian literary circles, the book was no doubt noticed in Sydney and possibly made life for L.W. more difficult there.]

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  65. OBITUARY. MISS LEILA WADDELL.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Wednesday 14 September 1932 p 15 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: The death occurred yesterday of Miss Leila Ida Bathurst Waddell, the Sydney violinist, who achieved considerable fame abroad. She was the daughter of ... 289 words
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    The death occurred yesterday of Miss Leila Ida Bathurst Waddell, the Sydney violinist, who achieved considerable fame abroad. She was the daughter of Mr. David Waddell, of Bathurst and Randwick, and Mrs. Waddell, of Bellevue Hill.

    [Photograph. This obituary is also presented on the Obituaries Australia website:
    Waddell, Leila Ida (1880–1932).]

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  66. OBITUARY MISS LEILA WADDELL
    The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate (NSW : 1894 - 1954) Saturday 17 September 1932 p 1 Article
    Abstract: The death is announced of Miss Leila Waddell, a Sydney violinist who achieved fame some years ago, and spent much time travelling round the world. 124 words
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    The death is announced of Miss Leila Waddell, a Sydney violinist who achieved fame some years ago, and spent much time travelling round the world. She was a pupil of Mr. Henri Stael, and made her debut in Sydney at the organ recitals at that time by the then City Organist, Mr. Arthur Mason, who is now in England. Joining up with "The Brescians," she toured Australia. When on the Continent she took lessons from the famous violin teacher, Leopold Auer. She was looked upon as a first-class violinist and, lately, has been engaged for the Conservatorium and Philharmonic Society's orchestras. ...

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  67. Advertising
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Thursday 23 July 1931 p 14 Advertising
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    MALPAS COURT—Superior furnished FLAT to
    Let, rent moderate. 26 New South Head-road,
    Darling Point. 'Phone, FM2681.

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  68. Family Notices
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Wednesday 14 September 1932 p 10 Family Notices
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    WADDELL.—September 13, 1932, at Darling Point, Leila Ida Nerissa Bathurst, second eldest daughter of the late Mr. D. Waddell and Mrs. Mary Waddell, of Bellevue Hill (late of Bathurst), and sister of Emmeline (Mrs. E. J. Curran), Thelma, Beaupre (Mrs. W. A. Robinson), Selwyn, and Beaufort.

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  69. MISS LEILA WADDELL.
    The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser (NSW : 1876 - 1951) Monday 19 September 1932 p 3 Article
    Abstract: The death occurred in Sydney last week of Miss Leila Ida Bathurst Waddell, the Sydney violiniste, who achieved considerable farm abroad. 307 words
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    The death occurred in Sydney last week of Miss Leila Ida Bathurst Waddell, the Sydney violiniste, who achieved considerable fame abroad. She was the daughter of Mr. David Waddell, of Bathurst and Randwick, and Mrs. Waddell, of Bellevue Hill, and sister of Mrs. W. A. Robinson, "Myee," Grenfell. ...

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  70. The Late Leila Waddell
    Sydney Mail (NSW : 1912 - 1938) Wednesday 21 September 1932 p 18 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: ON Tuesday, September 14, a vivacious and charming stage violinist and orchestral player, popular in Sydney over thirty years ago, passed away after ... 364 words
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    On Tuesday, September 14, a vivacious and charming stage violinist and orchestral player, popular in Sydney over thirty years ago, passed away after a painful and protracted illness in the person of Leila Ida Nerissa Bathurst Waddell, a daughter of the late David Waddell and Mrs. Waddell, of Bathurst and Randwick. ...

    [Sic. It was on Tuesday, September 13. Photograph.]

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  71. RIFLE SHOOTING
    Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative (NSW : 1890 - 1954) Thursday 22 September 1932 p 13 Article
    Abstract: The fourth of the twenty-four shoots for the club trophy was held on Saturday last, when weather conditions were the [?] 316 words
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    The death occurred last week of Miss Leila Ida Bathurst Waddell, the Sydney violinist, who achieved considerable fame abroad. She was the daughter of Mr. David Waddell, of Bathurst and Randwick, and Mrs. Waddell, of Bellevue Hill.

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  72. News of the West
    Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh (NSW : 1929 - 1942) Thursday 22 September 1932 p 6 Article
    Abstract: A sow, owned by Mr. T. Pickles, of "Warwick." Corowa, has displayed extraordinary fecundity. Last September, she had a litter of 19, 2499 words
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    The death has occured in Sydney of Miss Leila Ida Bathurst Waddell, a native of Bathurst, and member of a former well-known Bathurst family. Miss Waddell was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Waddell, formerly of Durham-street, where she was born.

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  73. Do you want a good book? "THEIR SECRET PURPOSES," by Hector C. Bywater. London, Constable and Co. (Our copy from Angus and Robertson's).
    Truth (Sydney, NSW : 1894 - 1954) Sunday 18 December 1932 p 25 Article
    Abstract: THIS volume is a collection ol chapters dealing with the "dramas and mysteries of the Naval War." The author is well-known as a writer on naval 1330 words
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    "THE HIEROGLYPH," by Ethel Archer. London — Denis Archer.
    (Our copy from Angus and Robertson.)
    THE story opens as follows: The young man Svaroff asks his new lady friend,
    "Are you a sadist or a masochist?"
    A nice literary style wasted on black masses and tommy rot.

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  74. Family Notices
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Wednesday 13 September 1933 p 12 Family Notices
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    WADDELL.—A tribute of love to the splendid,
    glorious memory of my Leila.
    The name of death was never terrible
    To her who knew how to live.
    From her friend, Hettie Elliston.

    [Adapted from Consolation of Early Death by Beaumont & Fletcher, as quoted by Emerson. Elliston shared L.W.'s address and was named the sole benificiary of her will. Born in England in 1887, Elliston's birth name was Harriet Jane Allestone but she used a number of variations of her name. She returned to England, came back to Sydney during the war then returned to Waltham Cross, Hertfordshire, where her family lived. She died there in 1973.]

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  75. Advertising
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Saturday 22 October 1932 p 3 Advertising
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    IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH WALES.—Probate Jurisdiction.—In the Will of LEILA IDA BATHURST WADDELL late of Darling Point near Sydney in the State of New South Wales, Spinster, deceased.—Application will be made after fourteen days from the publication hereof that Probate of the last Will and Testament of the abovenamed deceased may be granted to HETTY ELLISTON the sole Executrix named in the said Will and all persons having any claim against the Estate of the said deceased are required to forward particulars thereof to the undersigned within the said period and all notices may be served at the undermentioned address. D. R. HALL and CO., Proctors for the Executrix, 91 Elizabeth-street, Sydney.

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  76. NEW NOVELS.
    The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) Friday 4 November 1932 p 5 Article
    Abstract: The following new novels and reprints have been received:- "Which is Bitterness," by Beatrice Henry (London: Arthur Barker Ltd.) "Public Faces," by 1347 words
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    The following new novels and reprints have been received :—
    "Which Is Bitterness," by Beatrice Henry (London: Arthur Barker Ltd.). "Public Faces," by Harold Nicolson (London: Constable). "The Hieroglyph," by Ethel Archer (London: Denis Archer). ...

    [The Hieroglyph, published in London in 1932, was loosely autobiographical. It was about a magazine of that name, being based upon the events two decades earlier surrounding the publication of The Equinox and the production of the The Rites of Eleusis. Ethel Archer, a poet, had had many of her poems published in The Equinox and her then husband, Eugene Wieland, published her 1911 collection: The Whirlpool. He also published some of the issues of The Equinox and several books by Crowley. The Hieroglyph is said to contain compelling portraits of Crowley and Neuburg however it is now near-unobtainable, in any format.]

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  77. Web page: In Memoriam
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    The Times (London, England), 13 September, 1935, p 1.

    WADDELL.—A tribute of love to the splendid
    glorious memory of LEILA WADDELL Australia.
    The name of death was never terrible
    To her, who knew how to live.
    —From her friend, HETTIE ELLISTON.

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  78. Looking back : some early recollections of Mrs. R.H. Todd
    Todd, Ellen Joy, 1860-1948
    [ Book : 1938-1939 ]
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    [A memoir by Ellen Joy Todd (1860-1948) of social and artistic life in Sydney. She was probably the interviewer who wrote the Woman's Budget article of 2 May, 1925, under the name "Lucy Erskine". She was married to Robert Henry Todd (1859-1931) who had been honorary secretary of the Sydney Amateur Orchestral Society and had played the clarinet in its orchestra.]

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  79. Family Notices
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Thursday 13 September 1934 p 10 Family Notices
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    WADDELL.—A tribute of love to the splendid
    glorious memory of my Leila.
    The name of death was never terrible
    To her, who knew how to live.
    From her friend, Hettie Elliston.

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  80. Web page: Tsar of Sin
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    True (Greenwich, Connecticut, U.S.A.), October, 1939.

    Lea was not the only high priestess initiated and trained by Crowley. In his London days, shortly after graduating from Oxford, he enslaved, mystically speaking, Leila Waddell, a beautiful concert artist, well-known on the continent. Like Lea Hirsig, Miss Waddell was closely associated with the “Beast” for years. ...

    [False. Though not entirely ...]

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  81. Web page: Do You Recall? Fifteen Years Ago
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    Daily News (Tarrytown, New York, U.S.A.), 30 December, 1936, p 4.

    The Rev. John Knox Allen delivered a Christmas message to the people of the Tarrytowns Sunday afternoon at the Y. M. C. A.
    Dr. Allen's talk on "Good Will" was followed by a violin recital by Leila Waddell. Also at the gathering Christmas carols were sung by the group gathered about the lighted Christmas tree in the Association Building. ...

    [This item recalled a 30 December, 1921 performance by L.W., from the files of the Daily News. The Reverand Allen was the minister of the historic First Reformed Church of Tarrytown.]

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  82. Web page: Astounding Secrets of the Devil Worshipers' Mystic Love Cult (Chapter 2)
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    By W. B. Seabrook
    Sensation (New York, New York, U.S.A.), Vol. I, No. 2, January, 1940, pp 32-35.

    Beast or poet?
    Monster or moralist?
    Genius or madman?
    Charlatan or magician?
    These are the questions Europe asked for years about Aleister Crowley, one of the most complex characters in the modern world and one of the most extraordinary in human history. ...
    One day, in his New York studio, I asked Crowley to tell me something of this alleged practice of "mystical crucifixions".
    “I will tell you," he said, "the story of a girl whom you may some day meet. But perhaps I’d better read it to you as I have set it down in writing to be included in the ‘Equinox.’ "
    The story Crowley told me was of a modern girl who secretly believed and engaged in “magical” practices, and who had a talisman which she tried to make use of in this way. With a self-sacrificing girl cousin, who was her submissive victim, she went to dreadful lengths to restore to this talisman the potency which she believed it had lost.

    [Seabrook's Astounding Secrets was originally published as a syndicated series of twelve chapters in newspapers across the U.S. in 1923. This condensed version was published in the only two issues of Sensation magazine that were, apparently, published. Chapter 1 encompassed chapters I to IV of the original series and chapter 2 encompassed chapters V to VII. At least one further chapter was to have been published.
    Chapter 2 included a red-ink copy of a drawing, used in the original, syndicated series, of a Lady sticking an hatpin into a submissive, magical victim. It was derived from a short story by Crowley titled The Vixen. The story was, apparently, an elaboration of one told to Crowley by L.W.. As it involved a cousin, it was possibly a story that L.W. had told of an incident in Australia.
    See also the note to Astounding Secrets of the Devil Worshippers’ Mystic Love Cult (Chapter V), 29 April, 1923.
    Scans of chapter 1 may be found here: Sensation No. 1.
    A transcript of chapter 1 may be found here:
    Astounding Secrets of the Devil Worshippers’ Mystic Love Cult (Chapter 1)
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    A copy of Issue 2 (but not Issue 1) is available on the Kindle Store: Sensation #2.
    Copies of Issues 1 & 2 are both available here: Sensation v01 02.]

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  83. Family Notices
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Wednesday 24 April 1940 p 12 Family Notices
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    WADDELL.—April 20, 1940, at her home, St. Leonards, Mary Gertrude, wife of the late David Waddell and beloved mother of Ethel, Muriel, Leila, Ivy, Wallace, Wellesley (all deceased), Emmeline (Mrs E. J. Curran, Kansas City, America), Selwyn, Beaufort, Thelma, Beaupre (Mrs W. A. Robinson, Grenfell). Aged 82 years. ...

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