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  3. AMUSEMENTS.

    "The Pirates of Penzance," preceded by "Trial by Jury," will begin a seaton at the Theatre Royal to-day. There will be two performances, one at 2 and the other at 8 p.m. The same programme ...

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  4. BROADCASTING.

    National Station 2FC will begin broadcasting at 6.30 a.m. to-day. News will be given at 12.55 p.m., and 1.30 p.m., "Musical Matinee" at 3.30 p.m., B.B.C. news at 4.15 p.m., the ...

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  5. FOR WOMEN

    LADY GOWRIE (centre) with LADY WILSON (Queensland), LADY MURIEL BARCLAY—HARVEY (South Australia), LADY WAKEHURST, and LADY DUGAN (Victoria). They all attended the meeting of the central council of the Red Cross Society convened by Lady Gowrie as president of the Australian Red Cross Society, and held in Sydney yesterday. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. MINERVA THEATRE.

    The unusual musical medley, "Let's Be Intimate," will be given twice to-day at the Minerva Theatre, at 2.15 and 8.15. "Twelfth Night" will be repeated at 2 p.m. on Monday and Tuesday next. ...

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  7. TIVOLI THEATRE.

    The revue, "Spice of Life," is still attracting steady audiences at the Tivoli Theatre. It will be replaced next Friday by the "Lucky 8tars" revue, in which a large number of international artists ...

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  8. INDEPENDENT THEATRE.

    The final performances of "Amphitryon 38," by Jean Giraudoux, at the Independent Theatre, 260 Miller Street, North Sydney, will be given to-night and next Wednesday night at 8.10 p.m. The play ...

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  9. THESPIAN PRODUCTIONS.

    "The Brontes," by Alfretl Sangster, will be presented at St. James's Hall, Phillip Street, to-night, by Thespian Dramatic Productions The play has been produced by Muriel Conner, and Mavis Corven, ...

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  10. DAJONIAN SOCIETY.

    The Dajonian Repertory Society will present George M. Cohan's comedy, "Baby Cyclone," at St. James's Hall next Saturday night. ...

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  11. FOLK LORE ASSOCIATION.

    Clement Hosking will be heard in folk songs and tales at the third of a series of monthly evenings held by the Folk Lore Association to-night. The dening will be held at the Clement Hosking Studio ...

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  12. NEW THEATRE LEAGUE.

    The New Theatre League will give Its final performance of the Jewish drama, "Renegade," in its clubrooms, 36 Pitt Street, to-morrow night, beginning at 8. ...

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  13. FESTIVAL OF FOLK SONG.

    Clement Hosking and the Sydney Folk song Choir will take part in a festival of folk songe, given in costume, at the Chatswood Town Hall next Tuesday at 8 p.m. The proceeds will be ...

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  14. "GONE WITH THE BREEZE."

    The Coogee Returned Soldiers and Sailors' younger Set will present a revue entitled "Gone with the Breeze," at the Memorial Hall, Coogee, next Wednesday night. ...

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  15. AUSTRALIAN ART

    Mr. Lance Solomon, winner of the first Travelling Scholarship for Landscape offered by the New South Wales Government, believes that Australian paintings are equal in quality ...

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  16. OPEN-AIR THEATRE.

    The performance by Misha Burlakov's First Australian Ballet, which was postponed from last Wednesday, will be held at the Phillip Park Openair Theatre, adjoining the William Street Blind ...

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  17. Family Notices

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  18. DELEGATES FROM FIVE STATES.

    LADY GOWRIE, wife of the Governor-General, Lord Gowrie, and the wives of five State Governors, Lady Wakehurst, Lady Dugan ...

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  19. BRYANT'S PLAYHOUSE.

    We are the People an Australian play by Hariey Mathews will be staged at Bryant a Playhouse to-night. The setting has been designed by Percy Lindsay, and the cast includes George ...

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  20. "MAID OF THE MOUNTAINS."

    The Mosman Musical Society, with Dick Shortland as producer will present "The Maid of the Mountains ' at the Cremorne Orpheum Theatre on April 10, 11, and 12. ...

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  21. CONSERVATORIUM STUDENTS.

    Instrumental and vocal solos, and chamber music will be included in the programme to be given at the Conservatorium next Wednesday night by advanced students. The public is invited to ...

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  22. BRITISH MUSIC SOCIETY.

    Ronald Wilkinson (violinist), Carl Gotsch ('cello). Ernest Empson (pianist), Ruth Gunther (vocalist), and Doreen Halbcrstater (accompanist) will be the artists at the next concert of the British and ...

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  23. ELIOTH GRUNER EXHIBITION.

    The Elloth Gruner Memorial Loan Exhibition will be officially opened at the National Gallery on April 17, and will remain on view until May 31. ...

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  24. GRUNER MEMORIAL EXHIBITION

    The Elioth Gruner Memorial Loan Exhibition, organised by the trustees of the National Gallery, will be officially opened at the Gallery on April 17, at 3 p.m., and it will remain ...

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  25. RECORDED MUSIC SOCIETY.

    The 36th recital of the Sydney Recorded Music Society wil1 take place in the studio of the Collegium Musicum, 9 Hamilton Street, Sydney, at 8.15 on Monday night. The programme will ...

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  26. REPERTORY THEATRE.

    On April 24, the Repertory Theatre Players will present a new play by J. W. Heming, entitled "War Racket," at 214 George Street. The author will be the producer, and the cast will include E[?]line ...

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  27. KILLARA MUSIC CLUB.

    The next musicale of the Killara Music Club will be held on Tuesday, April 10, in St. Martin's Hall, Arnold Street, Killara. The artists will be Igor Hmelnltsky (pianist) Joan Mackaness (mezzo ...

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  28. SCOTTISH CULTURE.

    The annual general meeting of the Scottish Society and Burns Club of Australia will be held in the Overseas League Rooms, 28 Martin Place, on Wednesday, April 10, at 8 p.m. A musical ...

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  29. PICTURE THEATRES.

    The film that won the prize of the French Academy. "The Disappearances from Saint-Agil," is showing at the New Sayos Theatre. The cast includes Eric von Stroheim, Michel Simon, Armand ...

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  30. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.

    Mrs. Tom Leslie Russell, of Elizabeth Bay, received a cable yesterday from her son, Mr. Reginald Keightley ("Blue") Russell, saying that because of a change of plans his ...

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  31. AUSTRALIAN DANCE BAND LEADER.

    BRIAN LAWRANCE, the young Australian who, after 13 years' absence, returned to Sydney yesterday by flying-boat, is what Shakespeare would call "a man of parts." His ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  32. DRAMATIC RECITAL.

    A dramatic recital of Louis Esson's play, "The Time is not yet Ripe," directed by Roma Payne, will be given at the Henry George Club, Daking House, near Central Railway Station, on Monday ...

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  33. BEDFORD-YOUNG PLAYERS.

    A comedy called "It's Manners to Wait till You're Asked" will be presented by the BedfordYoung Players at the Little Theatre on April 20, in aid of the Red Cross Fund. ...

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  34. STATE.

    "His Girl Friend" has entered upon its third week at the State Theatre. The stars are Rosalind Russell and Cary Grant. The comedy "Money to Burn," is the supporting film. ...

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  35. BAND CONTEST.

    Many leading "A" and "B" grade bands will appear at the band contest and massed bands display to be held at Jubilee Oval, Kogarah, tomorrow. The contest will begin with a street ...

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  36. [?]GENT.

    The film version of victor Hugo's "Hunchback of Notre Dame" has entered upon its third week at the Regent Theatre. Charles Laughton is the "hunchback." There is an attractive supporting ...

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  37. LYRIC.

    The propaganda film, "Hitler—Beast of Berlin," featuring Robert Drew and Stern Duna, and "The Covered Trailer." with the Higgins Family, mate the current programme at the Lvrlc attractive. ...

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  38. HECTOR FLEMING STUDIO.

    The monthly musicale of the Hector Fleming vocal studio will be held to-night in Paling's Concert Hall. Ash Street. The artists will be Ida Bosley. Daphne Flood, Jean Mackie, John ...

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  39. EMBASSY.

    Pat O'Brien Ruth Terry, Broderick Crawford and Clar[?] Dodd are the principals in the comedy "Slightly Honourable," which began a season at the Embassy Theatre yesterday. "Married and ...

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  40. SHORT STORY CLUB

    Mrs. E. M. Anderson will give a talk on "Record Keeping for Story Writers" at the Short Story Club's meeting at 333 George Street, next Wednesday night Non-members are Invited to ...

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  41. CENTURY

    "Little Old New York" is the type of film in which Alice Faye shines. She is supported by Richard Greene and Fred MacMurray. The mystery drama, "The Saint's Double Trouble " is the ...

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  42. POETRY GROUP.

    International poetry will be the subject for discussion at a meeting of the Poetry Group which will be held at 333 George Street next Tuesday night. Non-members are invited to attend. ...

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  43. MAYFAIR.

    A story dealing with the pioneering days in the United States is the strong theme of "Drums Along the Mohawk." now at the Mayfair Theatre. The Jones Family appears in the supporting picture, ...

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  44. SUNDAY BAND MUSIC.

    Gardiner Park Banksia 3 p.m.: Rockdale Municipal Band conducted by J. C. Walker. Petersham Park, 3 p.m.: Petersham-Dulwich Hill District Band, conducted by S..L. Trenaman. ...

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  45. ST. JAMES.

    "Balalaika" is still at the St. James Theatre, and its delightful music is proving a strong attraction Nelson Eddy has a new partner, Ilona Massey. The supporting programme comprises some interesting ...

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  46. LECTURES AND TALKS.

    Mr. Geoffrey Hodson will speak on "An Adventure into the Fourth Dimension" in the Savoy Theatre, Bligh Street, at 7.15 p.m. to-morrow. Captain T.D. Bairnsfather will talk on "Big ...

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  47. PRINCE EDWARD.

    "Guilliver's Travels" is drawing large houses to the Prince Edit ard Theatre. It is supported by "Our Neighbours the Carters " with Edmund Lowe, Genevieve Tobin, and many others in the cast. ...

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  48. CAPITOL.

    "Call a Messenger." starring the "Little Toush Guys," and "In Old Monterey." featuring Gene Autry and Smiley Burnette, make an attractive bracket of films at the Capitol Theatre. ...

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  49. TO MARRY THIS AFTERNOON.

    THE wedding will be celebrated this afternoon of Miss Margot Read, only daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Clarence Read, of Chatswood, and Mr. John Craig Harper, only son ...

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  50. LIBERTY.

    Robert Montgomery gives a brilliant piece of portraiture in the unusual film, "The Earl of Chicago." at the Liberty Theatre. Ann Southern and William Gargan make a good team in the ...

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  51. CONSERVATORIUM ORCHESTRA.

    The second subscription concert by the Conservatorium Orchestr[?] conducted by Dr. Edgar L. Bainton will be held on Wednesday April 17 The programme will be Overture to an Italian Comedy ...

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  52. LYCEUM.

    Leslie Banks is the star in "Sons of the Sex." now at the Lyceum Theatre. It is in natural colour. The supporting programme includes "Young Man's Fancy." ...

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  53. VICTORY.

    "Hitler—Beast of Berlin," is now showing at the Victory Theatre. Anita Louise and Dick Foran are the stars In the associate feature, "Here For Day." ...

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  54. DEMONSTRATION RECITALS.

    This morning, at 9 o'clock, a demonstration recital of the music set for grade IV. pianoforte by the Australian Music Examination Board, will be broadcast through 2FC, 2NR. and 2CY, by Mr. ...

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  55. CHINESE DRAMA.

    THE Consul-General for China, Dr. C. J. Pao, and Mrs. Pao, will be among the audience at the performance, in Chinese, of the Han Dynasty Chinese play, "The Patriotic ...

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  56. PLAZA.

    Tyrone Power, Linda Darnell, Warren Willum. and Binnie Barnes malee most of the fun in "Daytime Wife." at the Plaza Theatre. The detective drama, "Charlie Chan in Panama," is the ...

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  57. BRIDGE PYLON EXHIBITION.

    The exhibition in the Sydney Harbour Bridge Pylon is open dally from 10 a.m. till 5.30 p.m. The Miller's Point tram stops at the entrance of the lift to the exhibition. ...

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  58. VARIETY.

    "The Mikado" and "Hotel for Women" are the current films at the Variety Revhal Theatre. ...

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  59. DAWN SERVICE.

    A dawn service similar to that held at the Cenotaph on the morning of April 25, is being arranged by the North Sydney Anzac Memorial Club, at the war memorial in St. ...

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  60. CAMEO AND HAYMARKET-CIVIC.

    At the Cameo and Haymarket-Civic Theatres. "Blind Alley," starring Chester Morris, Ralph Bellamy,, and Ann Dvorak, is the principal feature. Jane Withers is the live-wire of the associate ...

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  61. TATLER.

    "Here 1 Am a Stranger," with Richard Greens and Richard Dix in the principal rcles, is bracketed with "The Defense Rests" at the Tatler Theatre. ...

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  62. NEW NURSERY UNIT.

    WHEN he opened the new nursery unit at the Women's Hospital, Crown Street, yesterday afternoon, the Acting-Minister for Health, Mr. H. L. Primrose, said he realised ...

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  63. EMPIRE AND PALACE.

    Basil Rathbone is the famous sleuth in "Sherlock Holmes," which is now showing at the Empire and palace Theatres. "Murder in the Air " is the other film. The evening programme at the ...

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  64. "GONE WITH THE WIND."

    Box plans for the first weeks of "Gone With the Wind" are now open. The film begins at both the St. James and Liberty Theatres on Mey 1, and special arrangements for advanced bookings ...

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  65. ALDERMEN AT CHURCH.

    At a civic service to be conducted in St. Andrew's Cathedral to-morrow, at 11 a.m., the Lord Mayor and Town Clerk, wearing their robes, and city and suburban mayors and ...

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  66. CXNESOUND REVIEW.

    The arrival in Sydney of the H.M.A.S. Perth, the enthusiastic welcome ghen to her men and the R.A.A.F. March in Melbourne, in which airmen, V.A.D.s, and Australian women legionnaires took ...

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  67. FOX MOVIETONE NEWS

    The stirring reception accorded officers and men of H.M.A.S. Perth is featured by Fox Movietone News at Hoyts Regent, Plaza, Century, and at the Embassy, Mayfair, and Newsluxe Theatres. ...

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