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  2. PICTURE THEATRES.

    S[?]irley Temple, Richard Gree[?]e, and Anita Louise are the stars in "The Little Princess," which has entered its second week at the Regent Theatre. Oliver Hardy and Harry Langdon are ...

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  3. BROADCASTING.

    National Station 2FC will broadcast weather and market reports and news at 6.30 a.m. to-day. Alexander Sverjenski will give [?] piano recital at 9 a.m. There will be a racing ...

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  4. AMUSEMENTS.

    Doors will open at 1 p.m. to-day for a special matinee of the Comedy Harmonists at the Town Hall. The programme will beigin at 2.15 p.m. They will also give a concert on Tuesday, September ...

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  5. POLICE FORCE.

    Promotions of constables in the New South Wales Police Force to the rank of first class were announced yesterday as follows:- METROPOLITAN. ...

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  6. IN THE GARDEN.

    In between bursts of diving winds, which have flailed plant life dining recent weeks and dried up the surface soil moisture, there is still hope for ...

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  7. OVERTIME MONEY HANDED BACK.

    It was alleged at the Chief Industrial Magistrate's Court yesterday that, after investigations by an inspector of the Department of Labour and Industry, James ...

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  8. LAW RERORT.

    Argument on an appeal by Noni Horton from an order by Mr. Justice Bavin refusing to allow certain amendments to a claim was concluded. ...

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  9. THE CHURCHES.

    The Rev. R. S. Pickup, M.C., will be inducted into the pastorate of the Baptist Church, Dulwich Hill, to-morrow morning by the President of the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. CENTURY.

    "Dark Victory," with a cast led by [?] Davis, has entered its seventh week at the Century Theatre. The supporting programme includes a March of Time feature and a Mickey Mouse ...

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  11. THEATRE ROYAL.

    The operetta "Wildflower," featuring Mar[?]e Burke, is being presented nightly at 8 p.m. at the Theatre Royal. There will also be matinees at 2 p.m. to-day and next Wednesday. The premiere ...

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  12. STATE.

    "Sergeant Madden" with Wallace Beery in the lead, is the principal attraction at the State Theatre. "Wolf Call," featuring Movita and John Carroll, is the other film. ...

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  13. TIVOLI.

    At the Tivoli Theatre, the British comedian George Robey is the star on a varied programme. "Sunshine" Sammy and 'Sleepy Williams' two American comedians, add a large slice of humour. ...

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  14. ST. JAMES.

    "Good-bye, Mr. Chips" continues at the St. James Theatre. Robert Donat heads the cast. "The Story of Alfred Nobel," Goldilocks and the Three Beers" (technicolour cartoon), "Dark ...

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  15. INDEPENDENT THEATRE.

    The opening of the new Independent Theatre at Miller street, North Sydney, will take place to-night at 8 p.m., in the presence of the GovernorGeneral and Lady Gowrie. The play to be ...

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  16. VICTORY.

    "Ruggles of Red Ga[?]" is having a return season at the Victory Theatre. "Love Me To-night," featuring Jeanette MacDonald in many songs, is also on the bill. ...

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  17. BRYANT'S PLAYHOUSE.

    To-night at 8 p.m. at the Federation Theatre, 166 Phillip Street, Bryant's Playhouse will present Bernard Shaw's latest comedy, "Geneva." The cast will include Beryl Bryant. Dorothy Hemingway, ...

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  18. PRINCE EDWARD.

    "Jamaica Inn," starring Charles Laughton, Ma[?]reen O'Hara, and Leslie Banks, will open this morning at the Prince Edward Theatre. The associate feature is "Million Dollar Le[?]s," with Betty ...

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  19. SAVOY.

    There are four sessions daily of [?] at the Savoy Theatre. Polish folk songs and Vi[?]nnese music are part of its attraciton. ...

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  20. HECTOR FLEMING'S STUDENTS.

    The following students of Mr. Hector Fleming, who has completed 30 years of teaching in Paling's Buildings, will take part in the 100th musicale of the Hector Fleming Students' Social Club at 8 ...

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  21. LYRIC.

    Norma Shearer and Clark Gable are together in "Idiot's Delight" at the Lyric Theatre. The supporting show is "Let's Be Famous," with Sonnie Hale. ...

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  22. WOMAN'S SUICIDE.

    At an inquest at the Ryde Court yesterday into the death of Mrs. Kathleen Sarah Flynn, 54, of Ashburn Place, Gladesville, evidence was given that requests to her family for a doctor ...

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  23. MAYFAIR.

    Ralph Richardson supplies, the comedy in the light-textured "Clouds Over Europe" at the Mayfair Theatre. This film is in its third week. Robertson Hare, George Sanders, and Fay Compton are in the ...

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  24. IN[?] DIVORCE.

    Charles Chase Smith, of Pott's Point, v Alison Margaret Smith (formerly Hogg). Marriage at Concord, October, 1935. Issue, desertion. The respondent denied desertion and ...

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  25. NEW THEATRE LEAGUE.

    The New Theatre League will present a public play-reading of a new full-length Australian drama, "Lalor of Eureka," by Leslie Clark Rees, author of "Sub-Editor's Room," to-morrow, at 8 ...

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  26. EMBASSY.

    "A Girl Must Live" is in its fourth week at the Embassy Theatre. The cast includes Margaret Lockwood and George Robey. Gorden Harker is the principal performer in the other picture, "The ...

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  27. JUVENILE REVIEW.

    At the Conservatorium on Monday night. September 4, Miss Lillian Skinner will present her annual juvenile revue, in which children from three years and upward will participate. The ...

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  28. PLAZA.

    "Captain Fury," which has an Australian historical background, continues its season at the Plaza Theatre. Brian Aherne, Victor McLaglen, and June Lang take the main roles. "News is ...

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  29. CONSERVATORIUM STUDENTS.

    Next Thursday evening, September 7, a concert will be given by Conservatorium advanced students. The programme will include instrumental and vocal solos, and chamber music items. The public ...

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  30. VARIETY.

    At the Variety Revival Theatre, "Firefly" and "Woman Wanted" are the two big attractions. Jeanette MacDonald and Allan Jones are the stars in the former picture, and Joel McCrea and ...

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  31. JEWISH YOUTH THEATRE.

    Noah Elstein's prize-winning play of Jewish life in England, "Israel in the Kitchen," will be presented at the Little Theatre, Phillip Street, on Saturday, September 9, by the Jewish Youth ...

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  32. LYCEUM.

    "Sanders of the River" is still at the Lyceum Theatre, with Paul Robeson and Leslie Banks as the stars. George Formby provides the humour in "Keep Your Seats, Please," the other picture. ...

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  33. MOVE FOR HOSPITAL AT BANKSTOWN.

    Efforts to establish a public hospital at Bankstown ate proceeding satisfactorily, and a board of directors has been appointed Negotiations are proceeding for the purchase ...

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  34. IN EQUITY.

    On August 18 the Court granted an injunction restraining Mr. J. Bellew, a judgment creditor, who threatened to seize assets of the "Labor Daily," Ltd., for satisfaction of the ...

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  35. LIBERTY.

    "Song of the Plains," leaturing Nelson Eddy in many popular songs, is the main attraction at the Liberty Theatre. Melvyn Douglas has the leading role in the supporting film. "Tell No Tales." ...

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  36. REPERTORY THEATRE.

    The Australian Repertory Theatre and Film Players will present the Australian comedy. "His Week End," at their theatre, in Bulletin Place, on September 19 and 20, preceded by the one-act ...

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  37. EMPIRE AND PALACE.

    "Dodge City," starring Errol Flynn and Olivia De Havilland, is the first attraction at the Empire and Palace Theatres. "The Mind of Mr. Reeder" is the supporting feature at the Empire, ...

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  38. DEMONSTRATION RECITALS.

    This morning at 9 o'clock, a demonstration recital of the music set for Grade II. planofoitr by the Australian Music Examinations Board will be given by Mr. A. S[?]erjensky, through 2FC, 2NR, ...

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  39. CIVIC AND CAMEO.

    "The Lady's from Keutucky," starring George Raft and Ellen Drew, and "Grand Jury Secrets," with John Howard and Ga[?]l Patrick, are being shown at the Civic and Cameo Theatres. ...

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  40. TATLER.

    "Pygmalion," with Leslie Howard, and "Devil on Wheels," with Fat O'Brien, are now at the Ta[?]ler Theatre. ...

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  41. ROBIN JANSEN.

    On Monday, September l8, a pianoforte recital will be given at the Conservatorium Hall by Mr. Robin Jansen, a pupil of Mr. Frank Hutchens. The programme will include Sonata in D Minor, Op. ...

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  42. FOX MOVIETONE NEWS.

    An inspection of the R.A.A.F. unit at Richmond by the Governor-General, Lord Gowrie, is the highlight of the local edition of Fox Movietone News at Hoyt's Regent, Plaza, and Century, and at the ...

    Article : 116 words
  43. SCHOOL OF MODERN WRITERS.

    Macuscripts will be read and discussed at the School of Modern Writers on Monday Evening, at room 12, third floor, Post Office Chambers, 333 George Street. ...

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  44. LEFT BOOK CLUB.

    A meeting of the Left Book Club Poetry Group will be held on Tuesday, September 5, at 8 p.m., in Room 13, 3rd floor, Post Office Chambers, 333 George Street, Sydney. Non-members are invited ...

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  45. THEO ATKINSON.

    On Tnursday, September 21, a recital will be given at the Conservatorium Hall by Mr. Theo Atkinson, baritone, from the studio of Mr. John Mansfield. The programme will include operatic ...

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  46. LECTURES.

    Mr. H. Scott Bennett will lecture on "The Shadow of the Sword," at the Ingersoll Hall. Crown and Oxford Streets, at 7.45 p.m. to-morrow. Mr. J. J. Owen will speak at the King's Hall, ...

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  47. STATE THEATRETTE.

    Features on the current programme are: The King inspects Britain's Reserve Flee[?] anti-British riots in Tokyo, Lew Lehr takes up hair waving, stranger than fiction. Major Anthony Eden in camp ...

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  48. THESPIAN DRAMATIC PRODUCTIONS.

    Three plays of the "To-night at 8.30" series, by Noel Coward, will be presented by Thespian Dramatic Productions at St. James's Hall on Saturday. September 23. The plays to be performed ...

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  49. MOTOR CYCLIST INJURED.

    Clifford John Bezant, 19, of Macpherson Street, Waverley, was seriously injured yesterday morning when the motor cycle he was riding in Leichhardt Street, Waverley, came ...

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  50. FELLOWSHIP OF WRITERS.

    Professor H. L. Brose will speak at the meeting of the Fellowship of Australian Writers, which will be held at the Regal Club, 161 Castlereagh Street, to-morrow. His subject will be "Glands ...

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  51. [?]AND RECITALS.

    Petersham Park: Petersham-Dulwich Hill District Band. Conductor Mr. S. L. Trenaman 3 p.m. to-morrow. ...

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  52. SHORT STORY CLUB.

    Next Wednesday st 8 p.m. short stories will be read and discussed at Room 12, 4th Floor, Post Office Chambers, 333 George Street. ...

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  53. HARBOUR BRIDGE PYLON.

    The exhibition in the Sydney Harbour Bridge pylon includes the Tashli Lama, the Buddhist Shrine, Times of All Nations, the Cafe Supreme, and the camera obscure. The pylon is open daily from ...

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  54. JEWISH CULTURAL HOME.

    A novel feature arranged for to-morrow's meeting by the Jewish Cultural Home, at their clubroom, Post Office Chambers, will be "Press Review." which will be a reading and discussion of ...

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  55. CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.

    Both Stanley Gordon Wilks, 26, and Henry Austin Hunter, 24, motor driver, in evidence from the witness box, declared that they were innocent of the charge of having committed ...

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  56. Advertising

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  57. LAW NOTICES.

    Before Mr. Justice Long Innes, at No. 1 Court, Supreme Court Buildings, King Street.—At 10 a.m.—Hearing of Creditor's Petition: Re Denis Sullivan, ex parte The Commissioner of ...

    Article : 302 words
  58. BAD ROAD AT DUNDAS.

    A petition by residents which was presented to the last meeting of the Dundas Council slated that the condition of King Street, Dundas, was so bad that children ...

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  59. STATE JURISDICTION.

    In the Banco Court.—At 10 a.m—Motions generally, Stated case: Austin v North Sydney Brick and Tile Co., Ltd. Medical Board appeal: Jakins [?] New South Wales Medical Board ...

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  60. INVASION OF RATS.

    Residents of Epping have appealed to the Dundas Council to help them to exterminate rats which are invading their properties in hundreds. ...

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  61. ARCHBISHOP MOWLL'S ENGAGEMENTS.

    Archbishop Mowll's engagements for the week include the following:- September 2: 2.30, dedicate chimes, St. Luke's, Concord; 7.30, dedicate Yarra Bay ...

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