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  2. THOMAS KENDALL.

    In the whole history of Pacific missions in the Pacific, there is nothing more tragic, more pathetic, than the story of the decline and fall of Thomas Kendall, leader of the pioneer ...

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  3. CURRENT LITERATURE

    Mr. Harold Nicolson completes his trilogy of modern diplomatic history, the previous volumes of which were "Lord Carnock" and "Peacemaking, 1912," with "Curzon the Last ...

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  4. MUSIC AND DRAMA.

    During the last two or three weeks the Theatre Royal has been a hive of activity, in preparation for this evening's performance of "Blue Mountain Melody." A visit to a ...

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  5. AMUSEMENTS.

    The first performance of "Blue Mountain Melody," an Australian musical comedy written by Mr. J. C. Bancks, with music composed by Mr. Charles Zwar, will be given at the Theatre Royal ...

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  6. LECTURES.

    King's Hall: September 20, the third of a series of lectures on the art of self-expression, by Mr. Francis Jackson. Paling's Hall: Wednesday, 8 p.m., "The Use of ...

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  7. SHAW'S "OVERRULED."

    A stage reading of G. B. Shaw's one-act play "Overruled" will be given by Mr. Norman Barrington, and Miss Sheila Agar, to-morrow evening, at Milo's Club-Cafe, 117 King-street. ...

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  8. OPERATIC CONCERT.

    Next Saturday a concert will be given at the Conservatorium Hall by winners in the operatic section of the Sydney E[?]steddfod. The programme will include operatic arias and operatic scenes in costume ...

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  9. TIVOLI.—"THE BELOVED VAGABOND."

    "The Beloved Vagabond," a musical [?] being prescutted at the new Tivoli Theatre. The play has been adapted from the book by W. J. Locke, and the music was written by Dudley Glass, ...

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  10. CRITERION.—"THE SACRED FLAME."

    Somerset Maugham's drama, The [?] is now being played at the Criterion Theatre. The principal parts are taken by Grace Lane, Jane Wood, and Gerald Savory. The cast also ...

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  11. AN EXAMPLE OF RECENT IRISH DRAMA.

    It is claimed for Mr. Brinsley MacNamara that he has "changed the current of contemporary Irish fiction," having been actually the first of the "realists" in that country who ...

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  12. BAND MUSIC.

    Taronga Park: Sunday, 2.45 p.m., Metropolitan Band. Botanic Gardens: Sunday, 3 p.m., Salvation Army Congress [?]ll Band. ...

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  13. THE INDEPENDENT THEATRE.

    To-night, at the Savoy Theatre, the Independent Theatre will again present Clifford Bax's drama, "The Rose Without a Thorn." The play has been produced by Doris Fitton, with a cast ...

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  14. HARBOUR BRIDGE PYLON.

    The exhibition on the south-eastern pylon of the Harbour Bridge will be open to-day and to-morrow from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. The camera obscura is proving a popular attraction. ...

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  15. ST. JAMES THEATRE.

    The new programme at the St. James Theatre includes "Manhattan Melodrama," in which Clark Gable and William Powell have the leading parts, and "The Hollywood Party," a bright musical ...

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  16. PRINCE EDWARD THEATRE.

    "Murder at the Vanities" at the Prince Edward Theatre is a murder melodrama with a New York theatre as a setting. Carl Brisson and Jack Oak[?]e appear. Sylvia Sidney has the principal role in ...

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  17. THE KURSAAL THEATRE.

    To-night, at the Kursaal Theatre, Anton Tchehov's Russian comedy. "The Sea-Gull," will be presented. The cast will include Edna Goldberg, Eddie Finn, Harry Macdonald, Ainsli[?] ...

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  18. CAPITOL THEATRE.

    The Capitol is presenting "Cha[?]e Chan's Courage," with Warner Oland, and "We're Rich Again." ...

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  19. CIVIC THEATRE.

    The change of programme at the Civic Theatre brings forward "King for a Night," in which Chester Morris appears, and "Love Birds," with Zasu Pitts. ...

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  20. STUDIO THEATRE CLUB.

    The Studio Theatre Club will give another programme of one-act plays to-night at 8.15 o'clock. The plays will be "Thirst," by J. J. Bell, "Etiquette," "Half-way House," "Fagin's Last Hour," ...

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  21. THROUGH BRITISH GUIANA.

    Mr. Evelyn Waugh has established a reputation as an amusing narrator of personal travels. "Ninety-two Days," however, hardly maintains the standard of "Labels" and ...

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  22. NEWSREEL THEATRE.

    Detailed pictures of the Davis Cup, glimpses of the Hindu Juggernaut Festival, and a travel film concerning Damascus, are included in the current programme at the State Newsreel Theatre. ...

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  23. EMBASSY THEATRE.

    At the Embassy Theatre, "Evergreen" continues its season. The supporting picture is "Marooned," in which Edmund Gwenn plays a leading part. ...

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  24. ORCHESTRAL CONCERT.

    The last of a series of orchestral concerts arranged by the Municipal Council of Sydney and the Musicians' Union will take place at the Town Hall to-morrow afternoon. Dr. Bainton, ...

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  25. LIBERTY THEATRE.

    The Liberty Theatre's programme includes "The Mystery of Mr. X." with Robert Montgomery in the leading role[?] and "Glamour." ...

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  26. LYCEUM—"WILD CARGO."

    The Lyceum Theatre is presenting "Wild Cargo." a new jungle film, depicting the exploits of Fr[?]nk Buck. "Say It With Flowers." a British picture, is on the same programme. ...

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  27. REGENT THEATRE.

    The programme at the Regent Theatre includes "The Life of Vergie Winters," in which Ann Harding has the leading role, and "Merry Wives of Reno." ...

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  28. BAND FESTIVAL.

    The Band Festival, organised by the Band Association, will take place on Sunday at the Sports Ground. Twelve hands will each play a light opera selection, and then there will be music ...

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  29. MAYFAIR—"THAT'S A GOOD GIRL."

    "That's a Good Girl" at the Mayfair Theatre, has been directed by Jack Buchanan, who also takes the leading role. "K[?]met Conquered," on the same bill, depicts a journey of exploration in ...

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  30. APOLLO'S LAUREL BOUGH.

    Mr. Edward B. Powley is an anthologist who takes the job seriously—not merely a compiler, but a reveiencer of the poetry he chooses and arranges in a chronological sequence from ...

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  31. "THE DERELICT."

    To-morrow evening, at 8.45, 2GB will [?] cast George Edwards in "Direct Evidence," [?] legal drama. ...

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  32. PLAZA THEATRE.

    At the Plaza Theatre, "It Happened One Night." in which Clark Gable and Claudette Colbert appeared, is in its seventh week. "Sisters Under the Skin" is on the same programme. ...

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  33. MISS MARIE BREMNER.

    Miss Marie Bremner has arranged an attractive programme of English songs and Essex and Somerset folk-songs for her recital at David Jones' auditorium on Monday afternoon at 3.30. Miss ...

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  34. STATE THEATRE.

    Thp State Theatre is presenting "Voltaire," with George Arliss in the title role. "Harold Teen," a comedy, is on the same programme. ...

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  35. ARCADIA THEATRE.

    The Arcadia Theatre is showing "Riptide" and "The Black Cat." ...

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  36. MR. ALBERT CAZABON.

    At the Conservatorium Small Hall on Monday [?] 8.30 p.m., a violin recital will be given by Mr. Albert Cazabon. His programme will include the first performance in Australia of a sonata for ...

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  37. LYRIC THEATRE.

    Jack Hulbert has the leading part in "Jack Ahoy" at the Lyric Theatre. ...

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  38. EMPRESS THEATRE.

    This week's programme at the Empress Theatre includes "Above the Clouds" and "Registered Nurse." ...

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  39. UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY.

    The University Musical Society will give a recital, under the direction of Mr. G. Faunce Allman, at the Great Hall on Tuesday. The supporting artists will be Miss Marie Bremner, Mr. Alexander ...

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  40. EMPIRE THEATRE.

    The Empire is showing "Stand Up and Cheer" and "All Men Are Enemies." ...

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  41. PALACE THEATRE.

    The Palace Theatre's new bill includes "Stand Up and Cheer" and "Registered Nurse," with Bebe Daniels. ...

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  42. "NOTHING UNDER SEVENTY" CLUB.

    The "Nothing Under Seventy Club" is giving a concert at the Chatswood Town Hall on Tuesday at 8 p.m. ...

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  43. BROADCASTING.

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  44. THE JUNIOR THEATRE LEAGUE.

    Members of the Junior Theatre League will give a reading of "The Blue Bird" on Tuesday in their clubroom in Bond-street, and Mr. Don Finley will speak on the dramatic works of Ma[?]terlin[?]k. ...

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  45. RIGHTEOUSNESS MADE READABLE.

    C. P. Scott for many years was the doyen of British journalists, with a record, in the King's words, "unique in the annals of journalism." For fifty-seven years he was editor ...

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  46. ROSE BAY MUSIC CLUB.

    The first musicale of the eighth year of the Rose Bay Music Club will be given at Wesley Hall, Doverroad, at 8 o'clock on Tuesday night. The musicale will take the form of a Chopin recital by Mr. ...

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  47. FELLOWSHIP OF AUSTRALIAN WRITERS.

    At a social evening, to be held by the Fellowship of Australian Writers at the Education Department on Wednesday night, a programme of folk-songs will be provided by Miss Joan Mackaness, ...

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  48. CONSERVATORIUM ORCHESTRA.

    The sixth subscription concert by the Conservatorium Orchestra, conducted by Dr. Edgar L. Bainton, will be given on Wednesday. The programme will include the overture to "Hansel and ...

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  49. MR. PERCY BATES.

    At the Parramatta Town Hall on Wednesday night a concert-social will be given by Mr. Percy Bates (tenor). ...

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  50. A MELBOURNE CARTESIAN.

    The "Descartes" of Mr. W. A. Merrylees, Senior Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Melbourne, is aptly described in the sub-title as "an examination of some ...

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  51. MIDDAY RECITAL.

    Mr. Arnold Mote will give a pianoforte lecturerecital at Anthony Horderns' at 1 o'clock on Wednesday. ...

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  52. ART GALLERY CONCERTS.

    The fourth of the series of concerts arranged by the Conservatorium to be given at the National Art Gallery will be held next Thursday, at 2.30 p.m. ...

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  53. ORGAN RECITALS AT MANLY.

    Mr. Arthur Massey gives an organ recital at St. Matthew's Church, Manly, every Thursday, at 3 p.m. ...

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  54. "THE BISHOP'S CANDLESTICKS."

    "The Bishop's Candlesticks," a play adapted from the opening chapters of Hugo's "Les Miserables," will be performed at the Pennant Hills Church Hall on Thursday at 8 p.m., in aid of the church interest ...

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  55. POETRY AT PRESENT.

    "Modern Poetry, 1922-1934," is an anthology of quite different type from "Recent Poetry, 1923-1933," which was noticed in these columns last week, although they cover the ...

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  56. SUZANNE, PAT, AND PETER HALLING.

    At the Conservatorium Small Hall, next Thursday evening, at 8 p.m., a recital will be given by Suzanne Halling (pianist), Pat Halling (violinist), and Peter Halling (cellist). This trio will play trio in G major ...

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  57. "ADAM AND EVA."

    The Public Services Musical and Dramatic Society is presenting the comedy. "Adam and Eva," at the Savoy Theatre on September 20 and 21. ...

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  58. EVELYN BLANCHE.

    Miss Evelyn Blanche, a pupil of Mr. Isidor Goodman, will give a pianoforte recital at the Conservatorium on Thursday, at 8.15 p.m. She will play compositions of Brahms, Bach, Chopin, De ...

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  59. BRANDENBURG CONCERTOS.

    The growing popularity of Bach with the wider public is reflected in the recording of the Brandenburg concertos, of which five have been released during the last twelve months. ...

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  60. NEW MUSIC.

    Peter Allison's "Tramping Through the Countryside" is a successful rollicking song with words by Allen Barker. The five introductory bars at once introduce the spirited ...

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  61. CHAMBER MUSIC CLUB.

    The Musical Association will give a chamber music club evening at Paling's Concert Hall on Friday. ...

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  62. Advertising

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  63. ETHEL HOLDEN.

    Miss Ethel Holden, violinist, will give a recital at the Conservatorium small hall on Friday, September 21. The programme will include concerto in G minor (Vivaldi), sonata for two violins and ...

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  64. THE PLAYERS' CLUB.

    The Sydney Players' Club's next full-length production will be "Doctor Knock," by Jules Romains, in the translation by Harley Granville-Barker. This comedy tells the amusing tale of a doctor who brings ...

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  65. PRIZE FOR VOICE.

    Mrs. Florence Taylor, president of the Arts Club which is giving a prize of £25 for the best voice in the City of Sydney Eisteddfod, announced that a special contest will be held for this prize at the ...

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  66. AZALEA WALK.

    Azaleas are again the centre of attraction in the Botanic Gardens. Half of the plants on the "spring walk" are in full blossom, and the others are developing flower buds. ...

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  67. NELLIE STEWART MEMORIAL.

    The organisers of the Nellie Stewart Memorial Fund have arranged a matinee to be held at the Theatre Royal on September 25. The following performers will be among those who will appear:— ...

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  68. VERSE-SPEAKING CHOIR.

    The Sydney Verse-Speaking Choir, conducted by Miss Grace Stafford, will give a recital before members of John o' London's Literary Circle at 333 George-street, on September 25. ...

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  69. MISS JEANETTE ROONEY.

    At the King's Hall on Wednesday, September 26, at 8.15 p.m., Miss Jeanette Rooney, mezzo-contralto, will give a recital. The assisting artists will be Mr. Lloyd Devies, Mr. Osric Fyfe, and Mr. G. Vern ...

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  70. MODEL YACHTS.

    At the exhibition of men's hobbies in the Trust Building in aid of the Industrial Blind Institute, the New South Wales Model Yacht Club is showing a collection of models ...

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  71. THE IMPRESSIONIST THEATRE.

    Occar Wilde's "Salome" will be the next production of the Impressionist Theatre, and will be presented at the Conservatorium about October 10 and on later dates. The performance has been ...

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  72. ORDER OF RECHABITES.

    At the annual conference of the Order of Rechabites yesterday the following officers were elected:—District Chief Ruler, Mr. P. J. Mascord; District Deputy Ruler, Mr. W. H. ...

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  73. REBROADCAST FROM LONDON.

    Atmospheric conditions favoured the rebroadcast from London yesterday, through station 2BL. Mr. Vernon Woodhouse gave a talk on "The Old Days—Memories of the ...

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  74. "THE MIDDLE WATCH."

    The Bankstown Amateur Players Company will present the three-act comedy, "The Middle Watch," at the Capitol Theatre, Bankstown, on September 18 and 19. ...

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  75. "MAID OF THE MOUNTAINS."

    The Cumberland Musical Society will present the musical comedy, "The Maid of the Mountains," at Parramatta Town Hall on October 23 and 27. ...

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  76. "A BOLD FRONT."

    The Sunshine Spreaders Novelty Concert Party will present the musical comedy, "A Bold Front," at Granville Town Hall, on September 17. ...

    Article : 27 words
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