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  2. MUSIC AND DRAMA.

    Toscanini, most renowned of contemporary conductors has taken the New York Philharmonic Orchestra on a tour of Europe. This began last month with two concerto in Paris, ...

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  3. CURRENT LITERATURE

    Lord Kitchener's reputation has had its ups and downs. From his Sudan days onwards he rose steadily in popular esteem, until he became almost a legendary hero. ...

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  4. NEW RECORDS.

    Last month Columbia experts returned with the complete electrical recording outfit from New Zealand, where many records were made by the Rotorua Maori Chorus and soloists, ...

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  5. LETTERS

    Sir,—The election of aldermen for the City of Sydney prompted the perusal of some literature dealing with the early days of New South Wales—always a most ...

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  6. UNTRODDEN GREEN.

    "Miss Morlandel You remember me? Galbraith?" He had felt compelled to ask if she remembered him and to add his name, which she must know almost as well as ...

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  7. UNION THEATRES.

    A change of programme at the State Theatre will bring forward next Saturday, the English talking film. " Rookery Nook," which is based on the novel of the same name, by Ben Travers. Tom Walls ...

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  8. THE PRINCE EDWARD.

    "Sarah and Son" is now in the last days [?] season at the Prince Edward Theatre. Next Friday night its place will be taken by "Paramount on Parade." In which all the principal actors under ...

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  9. THE REGENT

    "Chasing Rainbows" and "Such Men are Dangerous" enter to-day on the second week of their season at the Regent Theatre.:Chasing Rainbows" is a sequel to "The Broadway Melody," with ...

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  10. PLAZA—"ANNA CHRISTIE."

    Based on Eugene O'Neill's play of the same name, "Anna Christie," now in its third week at the Plaza Theatre, gives Greta Garbo her first speaking role on the screen. She is supported by ...

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  11. DEPARTMENTAL VANDALISM.

    Sir,—The leading article in your issue of 19th inst, "The Spoilers," will receive the approval of every right-thinking citizen in Sydney, and your stanch defence of the ...

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  12. THE ROXY.

    "The Street Girl," in which Betty Compson, Jack Oakie. Ned Sparks, and John Karron appear, and "Seven Keys to Baldpate." whose cast is headed by Richard Dix, enter to-day on the second week ...

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  13. THE EMPIRE.

    To-day's releases at the Empire Theatre comprise, "Devil May Care," in which Ramon Novarro appears, and "Love Live, and Laugh," with George Jessel in the principal part. ...

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  14. BROADCASTING.

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  15. OUR FIRST LOCOMOTIVE.

    Sir,—I am sorry to trespass again on your courtesy for space in your paper, and would not ask this favour but for Mr. Gilder's letter in your issue of the 9th instant. He states ...

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  16. 2030 A.D.

    According to recent cablegrams Professor J. S Haldane attacked Lord Birkenhead's "The World In 2030 A.D.," on the ground that it borrowed freely from his own work ...

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  17. AMUSEMENTS.

    The last three nights of "The Merry Widow" at Her Majesty's are announced, and the final matinee is to be given to-day. The chance in the bill is being made to allow Miss Gladys Moncrieff to ...

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  18. CRITERION THEATRE.

    To-night at the Criterion Theatre, Miss Edith Tallafcrro, who has won so much applause in "Let Us Be Gay," will appear as Toni le Brun in the new piece. "The Garden of Eden." Miss ...

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  19. Advertising

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  20. "MR. CINDERS "

    J. C. Williamson, Ltd, will produce the musical play "Mr Cinders" at Her Majesty's Theatre on Saturday, July 5. Miss Elsie Prince and Mr. Hindle Edgar will be prominent in the cast, which ...

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  21. OPTIMISM.

    Sir,—Having taken steps to severely restrict trade and commerce Mr. Scullin poses as an optimist. He admits that his policy is putting men out of work, but is sanguine ...

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  22. GRAND OPERA HOUSE.

    Another now comedy, "The Scandalmongers," will be produced by Miss Nellie Bramley's company at the Grand Opera House, beginning with to-day's matinee. ...

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  23. THE ALLAN WILKIE COMPANY.

    Mr. Allan wilkie and his company are announced to begin a season at the Grand Opera House on Saturday, July 5 After an exceedingly prosperous stay in Melbourne, the organisation has visited ...

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  24. ORCHESTRAL CONCERT.

    Beethoven's Fifth Symphony will be the feature of the concert of the Professional Musicians Orchestra, to be conducted by Mr Albert Cazabon at the Town Hall this evening. The programme ...

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  25. CONSERVATORIUM CHOIR AND ORCHESTRA.

    The third subscription concert of the Conservatorium Choir and Orchcstra will be held next Wednesday, Dr W. Arundel Orchard conducting. The programme will comprise Wagner's "Die Peen" ...

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  26. THE ALEXANDER WATSON RECITALS.

    Mr. Alexander Watson whose recitals have lately attracted so much attention in Melbourne and other Australian cities, will begin a Sydney season on Saturday, July 5, at the King's Hall. The ...

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  27. SOME ANIMALS.

    It is common for strong bonds of affection to exist between dogs and between dogs and horses But they do not often cultivate the companionship of other kinds of animals ...

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  28. MR. JOHN DUNN'S RECITALS.

    Mr. John Dunn, whose artistic playing aroused so much enthusiasm when he appeared with the Professional Musicians' Orchestra at the Town Hall, has arranged to give two recitals at the ...

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  29. THE STECK TRICO.

    Chaminade's Trio, opus, 11, will be the feature of next Monday's luncheon-hour concert of Mr. Mischa Dobrinski's Steck Trio at Aeolian Hall. ...

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  30. "BERKELEY SQUARE."

    The three performances of "Berkeley Square" on behalf of the funds of the Karitane Mothercraft Home Bill be given at the Palace Theatre on Thursday Friday, and Saturday next. This play, ...

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  31. CHINA.

    The title of Lady Hosie's "Portrait of a Chinese Lady" is a little deceptive. The book is not, as one might infer, a sketch of some person, real or imaginary. It may be ...

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  32. THE PLAYBOX THEATRE.

    "Chicago" will be repeated to-night at the Playbox Theatre. Another performance of "Just One Slip" is announced for Monday evening. ...

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  33. THEATRE OF YOUTH.

    The interest of "Come to the Pair" is well sustained at the Theatre of Youth, where this programme will again be given this evening. There will be a matinee for children in the afternoon. ...

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  34. STATION 2GB.

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  35. COMMUNITY PLAYHOUSE.

    Evrelnoff's Merry Death is to be played with a modern setting at the Community Playhouse this evening. Tchekoff's comedy "Jubilee" and a play entitled "Discord." by a young Sydney authoress, ...

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  36. MR. WILFRID THOMAS'S RECITAL.

    Mr. Wilfrid Thomas will appear in a farewell recital. prior to his departure for Europe. at the Conservatorium on Saturday. July 5. Assistance will be given by other well-known artists and Mr. ...

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  37. MR. JAMES WALKER.

    A farewell recital by Mr. James Walker, pianist (from the studio of Mr Frank Hutchens). Is announced for Wednesday July 2. at the Conservatorium Miss Constance Burt, soprano and Miss ...

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  38. TAXES AND ROAD USERS.

    Sir,—I must thank Mr. Flood, of Armidale, for his letter in Tuesday's "Herald " I am one of the many he refers to who let their car registrations run out rather than renew ...

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  39. STATION 2UE.

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  40. VARIOUS.

    Messrs J. M. Dent and Sons are bringing out an edition of the Bible suitable for reading purely as literature or for devotional purposes. The text is printed without the ...

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  41. TOWN HALL ORGAN

    Mr. Ernest Truman City Organist will give recitals at the Town Hall to-morrow. at 3.15 p.m., and on Monday at 1.15 p.m. ...

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  42. MISS BELLE YOUNG.

    A plano recital by Miss Belle Young pupil of Miss Jeanette Paterson. Is to be given at the King's Hall on Tuesday evening next. Miss Marie Gordon. Mr Clement Hosking. and Mrs. Kingston ...

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  43. STATION 2UW.

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  44. MISS GRACE STAFFORD'S STUDENTS.

    This evening Miss Grace Stafford's students will appear in a programme of comedies, musical monologues, and recitations, at St. James's Hall. ...

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  45. GOLD BONUS DELEGATION.

    Members of the Brisbane section of the Gold Bonus Delegation returned to Sydney late on Thursday from Brisbane. They reported an extremely favourable reception for their ...

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  46. CONCERT AT PALING'S HALL.

    Madame Ada Baker's students will give a concert to be followed by a fancy dress dance, at Palings Hall this afternoon, to assist their fund for a hospital cot. ...

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  47. STATION 2KY.

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  48. BAND MOSIC.

    The Leichhardt District Band. conducted by Mr. G. J. Nichols. will play in the Botanic Gardens at 3 p.m. to-morrow. ...

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  49. "ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT."

    The Universal talking film, "All Quiet on the Western Front. which last night was given its first public screening in Australia, will be shown again at three sessions to-day at the Theatre Royl. ...

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