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  2. Advertising

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  3. NEW RECORDS.

    The famous Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra, conducted by its distinguished leader, William Mengelberg, makes its first appearance since the memorable recording ...

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  4. THE REGENT.—"LAUGHING SINNERS."

    A new role for Joan crawford, as a cabaret dancer who becomes a member of the Salvation Army, is the feature of "Laughing Sinners," to be shown to-day at the Regent Theatre. There is a ...

    Article : 58 words
  5. THE LYCEUM.—"SKIPPY."

    Now entering upon its second week at the Lyceum Theatre, "Skippy"' is commanding large popular suuport because of the charm of its story, and the natural acting of Jackie Cooper and Robert Coogan, ...

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  6. ST. JAMES THEATRE.—"MOTHER'S MILLIONS."

    With a fine character study by May Robson, "Mother's Millions" will be retained to-day at the St. James Theatre. "Up for Murder" is the supporting picture. ...

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  7. THE EMPIRE THEATRE.

    "Blind Wives" and "The Black Camel," in which Warner Oland plays so effectively the role of Charlie Chan, the Chinese detective, are to be shown at the Empire Theatre to-day. ...

    Article : 33 words
  8. BROADCASTING.

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  9. AMUSEMENTS.

    That favourite Gilbert and Sullivan opera, "The Yeomen of the Guard," will be produced at the matinee to-day and in the evening at Her Majesty's Theatre. Ivan Menzies will play Jack Point, ...

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  10. PALACE.—"WHEN KNIGHTS WERE BOLD."

    The comedy, "When Knights Were Bold," win be staged this evening at the Palace Theatre. The east includes Leonard Stephens, Reginald Dane, George Cross. Arthur Clarke, Harry Dangar, ...

    Article : 55 words
  11. CRITERION THEATRE.—"HAY FEVER."

    At the Criterion Theatre, commencing next Saturday, J. C. Williamson, Ltd., will present Noel Coward's light comedy, "Hay Fever," with Ethel Morrison as Judith Bliss. The cast will also ...

    Article : 52 words
  12. GRAND OPERA HOUSE.

    A change of programme will be given at the Grand Opera House by the organisation headed by Nat Phillips and Syd. Beck, beginning at the matinee to-day at 2.30. The new entertainment is ...

    Article : 76 words
  13. STATION 2GB.

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  14. ORCHESTRAL MATINEE.

    The Conservatorium Orchestra, conducted by Dr. W. Arundel Orchard, will give a matinee performance next Saturday. The programme will include the rhapsody "A Shropshire Lad" ...

    Article : 65 words
  15. BALOKOVIC WITH ORCHESTRA.

    Zlatko Balokovic, on his return from New Zealand, is to give a concert in the Sydney Town Hall with professional orchestra, on Saturday evening, October 3. Professor Bernard Heinze, ...

    Article : 63 words
  16. COMMUNITY PLAYHOUSE.

    At the Community Playhouse to-night Heinrich [?]eijerman's play, "The Rising Sun," will be performed. This play created much discussion when produced in Holland, the author's native land. The ...

    Article : 55 words
  17. STATION 2UE.

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  18. PLAYBOX THEATRE.

    The three-act comedy "Ready Millions," by George Kaufman, will be repented this evening at the Playbox Theatre, Young-street, under the direction of Mr. Duncan Macdougall. ...

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  19. INDEPENDENT THEATRE.

    "The Second Man." a brilliantly written comedy of life and manners in New York, by S. H. Behrman, will be presented this evening for the second time at the Savoy Theatre. ...

    Article : 33 words
  20. GRAND GUINOL PLAYS.

    The New Sydney Repertory Society, now established under the direction of Mr. Scott Alexander, will give its second performance of the first set of Grand Guignol plays at St. James's Hall ...

    Article : 56 words
  21. "BY CANDLELIGHT."

    Under the auspices of the Kooroora Club the independent Theatre will present Siegfried Geyers' play "By Candlelight" at the Savoy Theatre on Tuesday next, in aid of St. Luke's Hospital. ...

    Article : 33 words
  22. STATION 2KY.

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  23. MISS ELSIE FINDLAY.

    At the Conservatorium Hall on Tuesday, September 22, a vocal recital will be given by Miss Elsie Findlay. The programme includes "On Mighty Pens" (Haydn). "My Heart ever Faithful" ...

    Article : 71 words
  24. MADAME PATTY MITCHELL.

    A vocal recital will be given by Madame Patty Mitchell, from the studio of Madame Goossens-Viceroy, at the Conservatorium on Tuesday evening next. The assisting artists will be Miss Enid ...

    Article : 42 words
  25. STATION 2UW.

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  26. EVANS-HUTCHENS RECITAL.

    Messrs. Frank Hutchens and Lindley Evans announce a recital of compositions for two planos for Wednesday evening next, at the Conservatorium. Their music will include a Bach Overture, Brahms ...

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  27. VIOLIN STUDENTS' CONCERT.

    The violin students of S. Vost-Janssen will give a third concert at Paling's hail on September 16. A string quartet, consisting of Ronald Wilkinson (first violin), S. Vost-Janssen (viola), Nancy ...

    Article : 49 words
  28. BAND MUSIC.

    Mr. John Palmer will conduct the Metropolitan Band in a programme in Yeo Park, Ashfield, to-morrow, at 3 p.m. ...

    Article : 22 words
  29. CHINESE FLOOD SUFFERERS.

    The Chinese Consul-General (Professor Kwei-chih) called a meeting of representatives of the Chinese Chamber of Commerce, the Chinese Nationalist party the Chinese Masonic ...

    Article : 101 words
  30. THE PLAZA.—"DADDY LONG LEGS."

    Janet Gaynor and Warner Baxter play the leading roles in "Daddy Long Legs," a talkie version of Jean Webster's successful play, which relates the love romance of Judy Abbott and Jervis ...

    Article : 61 words
  31. PRINCE EDWARD.—"VIENNESE NIGHTS."

    With its romantic story and attractive music, "Viennese Nights" continued its prosperous career at the Prince Edward Theatre. It is now in its seventeenth week, and has outstayed three changes ...

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  32. THE STATE.—"THE CITY OF SONG."

    The talented acting of Betty Stockfleld, the new star, and the singing of Jan Kiepura, the Continental tenor, are important factors in the success of the Neapolitan story, "The City of Song." which ...

    Article : 49 words
  33. PRODUCERS BANK.

    A meeting of the protection association formed among shareholders of the Primary Producers Bank will be held in the Real Estate Institute rooms in Martin-place at 3.30 p.m. ...

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  34. THE ROXY.—"TRADER HORN."

    A vivid picture of life in the Arrican jungle is furnished in "Trider Horn," now drawing large audiences at the Roxy Theatre. Henry Carey impersonates Aloysius Horn as the leader of an ...

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  35. CAPITOL.—"THE PUBLIC DEFENDER."

    Richard Dix heads the cast in "The Public Defender," the chief subject in the Capitol's new programme. The supporting pictures, in which Charles Ruggles plays the lead, is entitled "The ...

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