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  2. NEW RECORDS.

    Peter Dawson's great success at the Town Hall is naturally followed by increased interest in his numerous records. Amongst the most popular with the public are the Prologue from ...

    Article : 652 words
  3. MUSIC AND DRAMA.

    The opera season, which is being organised in Melbourne by Professor Heinze, with the support of J. C. Williamson, Ltd., is not only interesting of itself, but it may possess greater ...

    Article : 1,411 words
  4. CURRENT LITERATURE VICTORIANA.

    The ironical subtitle of "Vlctoriana," compiled by Miss Margaret Barton and Mr. Osbert Sitwell, is "a symposium of Victorian wisdom." The key to this collection of ...

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  5. Advertising

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  6. THE PLAZA—"INSPIRATION."

    The well-known star Greta Garbo is the leading figure in the drama "Inspiration." in which she has a strong acting part at The Plaza. She receives effective support from Robert Montgomery, Louis ...

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  7. THE REGENT—"A TAILOR-MADE MAN."

    The drama to be presented to-day at The Regent is A Tailor-made Man." the leading character of which is enacted by William Haines. Dorothy Jordan is also prominent. "Call of the Sea" will ...

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  8. THE ART OF HOSPITALITY.

    "The Perfect Hostess" is a delightful treatise on the art of hospitality, by Miss Rose Henniker Heaton. Although it is written in a humorous vein, its contents are rich in ...

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  9. LYCEUM—"HELL'S ANGELS."

    The striking drama "Hell's Angels." with its great picture of an air battle, will be presented at the Lyccum to-day. The supporting comedy will be "Finn and Hattle." ...

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  10. ROXY THEATRE.

    H. B. Warner, the well-known English actor, has an important part as a Scotland Yard man in "The Second Floor Mystery." which opens at the Roxy Theatre to-day. Loretta Young plays the ...

    Article : 50 words
  11. THE EMPIRE THEATRE.

    With the weekly change of programme at the Empire Theatre. "Men on Call" and "The Little Accident" will be shown to-day. ...

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  12. BROADCASTING. NATIONAL SERVICE.

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  13. WITCHCRAFT.

    Witches used to be burned in the reign of James I., and for long afterwards belief in witchcraft persisted. But, according to Miss Sheda Kenyon's "Witches Still Live" it ...

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  14. AMUSEMENTS. HAMBOURG-DAWSON CONCERT.

    Mr. Mark Hambourg and Mr. Peter Dawson will give their seventh concert in the Town Hall this evening. Mr. Hnmbourg's contributions to the programme include the Waidstein Sonata (Beethoven), ...

    Article : 137 words
  15. ZLATKO BALOKOVIC.

    The Slavonic violinist, Z[?]atko Balokovic, will begin his season of four concerts in the Town Hall on Saturday week, July 4. The playing of Balokovic has created the greatest interest in Europe and ...

    Article : 72 words
  16. SHORTER NOTICES.

    Professor Griffith Taylor, author of "Australia, a Geography Reader," formerly held the Chair of Geography in the University of Sydney, and a year or two ago was ...

    Article : 364 words
  17. HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE—"THE LOVE RACE."

    The last six nights of the bright musical play "The Love Race" at Her Majesty's Theatre are announced. Three will be a matinee to-day in addition to the evening performance. On ...

    Article : 66 words
  18. THEATRE ROYAL—"THE CALENDAR."

    At the Theatre Royal this evening Edgar Wallace s cleverly constructed and entertaining rating play. "The Calendar." will be repeated with Mr. Frank Harvey in the leading role of Garry Anson, ...

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  19. ST. JAMES THEATRE—"FUNNY FACE."

    The last nights of the musical comedy "Funny Face," now showing at St. James Theatre, are announced. There will be a new production at this theatre on June 27. ...

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  20. GRAND OPERA HOUSE.

    "Funbursts" is the title of the 38th weekly change of programme at the Grand Opera House, where Nat Phillips and Syd Beck are the principal entertainers. Tiny Douglas and his Varsity ...

    Article : 53 words
  21. THE PALESTINE THEATRE.

    We have been deluged with books about the Western Front, but far less has been written about the campaign in Sinai and Palestine, upon which vivid light is thrown in ...

    Article : 564 words
  22. PALACE THEATRE

    The season of "The Royal Routine" at the Palace Theatre is to close this evening. Mr. Humphrey Bishop has announced that the company goes to Melbourne to fulfil an engagement, and will ...

    Article : 45 words
  23. STATION 2GB.

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  24. THE CRITERION THEATRE.

    Mr. Frank Neil and his company, who have returned from a tour in South Africa, will open at the Criterion Theatre on Saturday next, in "Almost a Honeymoon." ...

    Article : 33 words
  25. INDEPENDENT THEATRE.

    The comedy "By Candle Light" will be staged for a final performance this evening at the Independent Theatre. On Saturday next the company will produce "The Constant Nymph." ...

    Article : 31 words
  26. PLAYBOX THEATRE

    The last performance of "The Wise Child" will be given this evening at the Playbox Theatre. On Wednesday next "Fallen Angels" will be staged. ...

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  27. COMMUNITY PLAYHOUSE

    Miss Ruth Bedford s play The Murder Next Door" will be staged at the Community Playhouse this evening ...

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  28. CONSERVATORIUM ORCHESTRA.

    The fourth subscription concert by the Conservatorium Orchestra will be held on Wednesday, July 1. The programme will comprise the overture "Ship o' the Fiend" (MacCunn), "Country ...

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  29. SONATA RECITALS

    Messrs. Wilfred Arlom (pianist) and Moore MacMahon (violinist) will give a series of three recitals of compositions by Bach. Beethoven, and Brahms at the Conservatorium Small Hall. The ...

    Article : 61 words
  30. PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED.

    Red Dust, Black (Jonathan Cape). How to Become on Effective Public Speaker, Bottomley (Robertson and Mullens; price 2/1, The Nineteen-Twenties, Ward (Methuen). ...

    Article : 89 words
  31. STATION 2UE.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 130 words
  32. RECITALS AT CONSERVATORIUM.

    A series of six recitals has been arranged by Laurence Godfrey Smith the first of which will be given at the Conservatorium on Monday next. Songs and piano place by Scariatti. Daquin, Couperin. ...

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  33. MR. ALBERT CAZABON'S RECITAL

    Mr. Albert Cazabon, violinist, is to give a recital at the Conservatorium on Tuesday June 30. Miss Enid Conley and Mr. Laurence Godfrey Smith will be the assisting artists. ...

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  34. MISS ELAINE PENNIFOLD.

    A recital by Miss Elaine Pennifold, violinist, who recently returned from two years' study in London, is to be given at the Conservatorium Hall, on Thursday next. The programme will include ...

    Article : 66 words
  35. 'PLANES AND SCIENCE.

    To reach altitudes of over 50,000 feet is the aim of an aeroplane which is now under construction at Messrs. Junkers' works at Dessau (says the Berlin correspondent of the ...

    Article : 165 words
  36. STATION 2KY.

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  37. MISS RENE RICH.

    At the Town Hall, Mosman, on Tuesday, June 30 at 8 p.m., a violin recital will be given by Miss Rene Rich included in her programme are Concertes by Vieuxtemps and Tschaikowsky. Assistance ...

    Article : 57 words
  38. TO ASSIST THE UNEMPLOYED.

    A concert by the Illawam Gleemen, conducted by Mr. G. Easton, is announced to take place this evening at the Conservatorium for the benefit of the unemployed ...

    Article : 31 words
  39. STATION 2UW.

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  40. ST. JAMES' HALL.

    To-night, at St. James' Hall, Miss Grace Stafford will present Gertrude Jennings' nmusing threeact comedy. "That Young Person in Pink." ...

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  41. PRINCE EDWARD—"VIENNESE NIGHTS"

    A large measure of popular support is accorded to the romantic screen-drama "Viennese Nights," which continues to please the public at the Prince Edward Theatre. The varied scenes reproduced in ...

    Article : 55 words
  42. THE STATE—"UNFAITHFUL."

    The drama "Unfaithful" has the benefit of excellent acting at The State Ruth Chatterton is the outstanding figure in the cast, and Paul Lukas appears in the other leading role. The supporting ...

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  43. COLD WEATHER IN PERTH.

    Yesterday was the coldest June day but one ever experienced in Perth. The maximum temperature was 50.8 degrees and the minimum was 38 degrees. ...

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  44. THE CAPITOL—"BEAU IDEAL."

    P. C. Wren's fine story "Beau Ideal" has been dramatised as a talkie, and is now being shown at the Capitol. This drama of love and heroism In the Sahara desert is forcefully played by Ralph ...

    Article : 63 words
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