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  2. CURRENT LITERATURE A SAILOR'S GOSSIP.

    In a foreword to Mr. Alexander Bone's "Bowsprit Ashore," Mr. H. M. Tomilnson says that 40 years ago a man who went round Cape Horn on a "windjammer" simply for ...

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  3. NEW RECORDS.

    The "Association des Concerts Poulet" orchestra of Paris, under the direction of Gaston Poulet, plays the Morceau Synphonique." or orchestral interlude forming ...

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  4. LETTERS BRITISH FILMS.

    Sir,—Yesterday's dream is a fact of to-day—science and art together with business working hand in hand have accomplished and made possible a new era in screen ...

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  5. REAL ESTATE.

    The real estate market is entering the period of holiday calm, when activity is the exception and not the rule. Most of the business done at this time of the year is in ...

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  6. MUSIC AND DRAMA.

    Mr. Owen Hall sends from Paris some interesting details of new plays which have appeared there during recent months. Besides excellent revivals and attractive adaptations ...

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  7. PRINCE EDWARD THEATRE.

    "Love Me To-night." an operetta, with Maurice Chevalier and Jeanette MacDonald in the leading parts, is at the Prince Edward Theatre. ...

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  8. REGENT THEATRE.

    Clive Brooks appear in "The Night of June 13" at the Regent Theatre. "Madison Square Garden." with Marian Nixon, is also being shown. ...

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  9. HAYMARKET THEATRE.

    The new films at the Haymarket Theatre are Strangers of the Evening with Zasu Pitts and Lucien Littlefield, and "Illegal." ...

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  10. LYRIC THEATRE.

    "Faithless," with Tallulah Bankhead, and "Westward Passage." with Ann Harding, are being shown at the Lyric Theatre. ...

    Article : 24 words
  11. EMPRESS THEATRE.

    The new programme at the Empress Theatre includes "The Impassive Footman," a British comedy, and "Faithless, with Tallu[?]ah Bankhead. ...

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  12. NEWSREEL THEATRE.

    The present programme at the State Newsreel Theatre includes views of the huge French liner Normandie, scenes obtained during the disturbances by unemployed in London, and a tour of ...

    Article : 43 words
  13. BROADCASTING.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 2,829 words
  14. STATE BUS SERVICE.

    Sir,—Endorsing the suggestion in the leading article in to-day's "Herald," the Modern Transport Federation of Australia believes that it would have been just as practicable ...

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  15. SOME VERSE.

    "Sea Voices," by Mr. A. W. R. McNicoll, is a collection of verse of great beauty and appeal. Mr. McNicoll appears to be a newcomer to the realms of poetry; if so, he is a ...

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  16. COST OF EDUCATION.

    Sir,—The Minister for Education, Mr. Drummond, states that education would absorb income tax due in this financial year and an abnormally heavy carry-over from 1931-1932— ...

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  17. AMUSEMENTS. J. C. WILLIAMSON'S PANTOMIME FROLICS.

    The J. C. Williamson Pantomime Frolics will be continued at the Criterion Theatre twice daily till December 30, and on Saturday afternoon next will be transferred to the Theatre Royal for a series ...

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  18. HER MAJESTY'S—"BLUE ROSES."

    The musical comedy, "Blue Roses " will be presented at Her Mnjesty's Theatre this afternoon at 2 o'clock and to-night at 8 o'clock, with Madge Elliott and Cyril Ritchard heading a cast which ...

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  19. THEATRE ROYAL—"AUTUMN CROCUS."

    C. L. Anthony's play "Autumn Crocus," with Theo, Shall as the Tyrolean innkeeper and Miss Dulcie Cherry as the visiting schoolmistress, will be presented this afternoon ana evening at the Theatre ...

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  20. SIR HENRY NEWBOLT.

    "My World as in My Time" contains the reminiscences of Sir Henry Newbolt, whose distinguished career has been coloured by many interests. Poet, barrister, historian, ...

    Article : 510 words
  21. GILBERT AND SULLIVAN SEASON.

    J. C. Willamson, Ltd., will present their Gilbert and Sullivan Opera Company at the Theatre Royal from next Saturday night, December 31. The opening production will be "The Gondoliers," which ...

    Article : 86 words
  22. "PANTOMIME REVELS."

    An elaborate Christmas entertainment, entitled "Pantomime Revels," will begin a season at the Haymarket Tivoli to-day at 2.30. The cast of 100 people will be headed by Jim Gerald, who will ...

    Article : 71 words
  23. POLICE COURTS.

    At the Campsie Moratorium Court the evidence of the landlady and the tenant showed both to be in straitened circumstances. The landlady, an old woman, sought for the ...

    Article : 454 words
  24. REPERTORY THEATRE.

    At the Repertory Theatre on Monday, Tuesday, and on Saturday next, Mr. Scott Alexander will present the first pantomime which the company has offered. Its title will be "Cinderella," and the cast ...

    Article : 52 words
  25. CRYSTAL GLASS.

    Sir,—In your issue of yesterday one Mr. J. Hamil suggests that high-grade crystal glass cannot be made in Australia, and that the "blanks" are imported from Scotland—only ...

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  26. THE INDEPENDENT THEATRE.

    The third performance of "Take Two From One." a Spanish [?]lay, will be Riven by members of the Independent Theatre organisation at the Savoy Theatre to-night. The leading parts are taken by ...

    Article : 57 words
  27. ORGAN RECITALS.

    The programme of the city organist (Mr. Ernest Truman) at his Sunday recital to-morrow will include "Nazareth" (Gounod) a movement from the Bruch concerto, and a paraphrase from Romberg's ...

    Article : 102 words
  28. "ON OUR SELECTION."

    Following the London trade showing and the provincial trade screening of "On Our Selection," with minor alterations Mr. F. Ditchant, managing director of Universal Films, London, ...

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  29. RACINE'S "ATHALIE."

    The production of Racine's tragedy, "Athaile." which was postponed owing to bad weather, will now take plice at the Baimoral Amphitheatre on Thursday, January 12, at 8 p.m. or, if the weather ...

    Article : 62 words
  30. PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 284 words
  31. CARILLON RECITAL.

    Mr. J. G. Fletcher and Mr. L. T. Shea will give a recital on the University carillon at 3.30 p.m. on Christmas Day. ...

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  32. SUNDAY CONCERT.

    A concert will be held in the Arcadia Theatre on Sunday night, at 8.15 o'cluck, in aid of the Nurses' Welfare Club. The following artists will take part:—Miss Gwen Parsons (soprano), Miss ...

    Article : 65 words
  33. BROADCASTING FROM ENGLAND.

    Sir,—In this connection, the transmitting station of Daventry is now a name of frequent mention on the air. May I, as a former Northamptonshire ...

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  34. "WILD WEST RODEO."

    A "Wild West Rodeo" will be held at the Showground on Monday afternoon and evening. There will he buckjumping, steer-riding, and other competitive events, as well as a miniature circus. ...

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  35. MILLIONS CLUB.

    Addressing the Millions Club after the Christmas luncheon yesterday, the president (Sir Arthur Rickard) congratulated members on a year of useful work. ...

    Article : 83 words
  36. BAND MUSIC.

    Hyde Park: 7.30 o'clock, to-night. Imperial Mil[?]tary Band: 9 o'clock to-night Metropolitan Band. Taronga Park: 3 p.m. Sunday, North Sydney Tramway Band; 2.45 p.m. Monday, Professional ...

    Article : 69 words
  37. WAR DEBTS.

    Sir,—In his letter printed in your journal of yesterday, A. Griffith says that Russia and Lang stand side by side as the only ones who, have defaulted. This is not strictly correct, ...

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  38. LYCEUM.—"ARMS AND THE MAN."

    Two British films will comprise the new programme at the Lyceum Theatre. They are Bernard Shaw's "Arms and the Man" and "The Sign of Four," one of the Sherlock Holmes' stories. ...

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  39. STATE THEATRE.

    Kongo, a drama of the African jungle, and "His Wife's Mother," a British comedy, with Molly Lamont, will be shown at the State Theatre to-day. ...

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  40. PREMIER'S STAFF.

    Mr. Peter O'Neill, chief of the Premier's messenger staff, and Mr. William Gleeson, deputy chief, were yesterday presented by the Premier (Mr. Stevens), on behalf of the ...

    Article : 43 words
  41. LICENCE TRANSFERRED.

    At the Metropolitan Licensing Court yesterday, Mr. Arnott, S.M., transferred the licence of the Railway View Hotel, Eveleigh-street and Lawson-street, Redfern, from Edwin James ...

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  42. MAYFAIR THEATRE.

    Jack Hulbert has the leading part in a talking film version of "The Ghost Tram," which is at the Mayfair Theatre. "Hotel Splendide," another British picture, is the supporting attraction. ...

    Article : 32 words
  43. ARABIA.

    "Arabia Felix," by Mr. Bertram Thomas, gives the old name a new significance. Why should a land associated with desert and drought be described as "happy?" Before ...

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  44. PLAZA.—GRACIE FIELDS.

    The Piaza Theatre has been reopened for the showing exclusively of Bri[?]sh films. The opening programme includes "Looking on the Bright Side," with Gracle Fields and "Fires of Fate," by Conan ...

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