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  2. AMUSEMENTS.

    The Vanbrugh-Boucfeault company is playing to capacity hoses at the Criter[?] with C. E. Upenslow's comedy "All the King's Horses." Miss Irene Vanbrugh, Mr. Dim Boucicault, Mr. Norman McKinnel, Miss [?] ...

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  3. THE WHITE RIDER.

    Meeting Kennedy IN the hall, he told bim of HIs investigation, without however, mentioning his practical researches. "You're wasting your time, Bill said. ...

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  4. CURRENT LITERATURE.

    The publisher's announcement to the "Representative Women" series alludes to the prevalent idea that to-day, for the first time after centuries of claustration, woman is ...

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  5. MUSIC AND DRAMA.

    The 1928 season of the Conservatorium orchestra promises to be distinctly interesting. In the first place, the scheme includes a performance of Gustav Hoist's great work, ...

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  6. BROADCASTING.

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  7. [?]SS THELMA LANSDOWSE'S RECITAL.

    At the King's Hall next,Thursday a recital will he given by Miss Thelma Lansdowne' ([?]-soprane, from, the st[?] of Miss Lois Zucker). She will present on atttractive Programme, including operatic arias, mondern ...

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  8. REGISTERING PIANO RECITAL.

    At Messrs. E. F. Wills and Company's premise next Thursday night (8.15) a recital of music in the Gulpransen [?]ring Pi[?] will be given with Miss AllceProwse, Miss Rone Rich Mr. D. Craven, and Mr. ...

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  9. HER MAJESTY'S—"THE GIRL FRIEND."

    Sparking with for, "The Girl Friend at "Her Majesty's Theatre goes merrily on its way. Annic Croft is the leading lady, and important roles are played by Reginald Sharland, Lorna Helme, Gus Bluett, and Leo ...

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  10. WARDENS OF THE CINQUE PORTS.

    After Lord Cur[?]on's term as Viceroy ot India had expired he was a for a few months Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports. He then conceived the iden of writing a hiatory of ...

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  11. THE PLATHRS' CLUB.

    "The Round Table," by Lennon Robertson, is to be presented at St. James's Hall next Friday and Saturday [?] members of the Players" Club. Miss Vita Keogh is producing the play, in conjunction with Mr. Clive ...

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  12. THEATRE ROYAL—"THE TRIAL OF MARY DUGAN."

    Leon Cordon plays the leading part in the murder trial drama "The Trial of Mary Dugan," at the Theatre Royal. Also in the cast are Gweneth Graham as Mary [?] [?] Peters as Mary's brother, ...

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  13. MR. STUART'S P[?]S.

    For the first recital this year by his pupils, Mr. Montgomery S[?]t has arranged in interesting programme, consisting of scenes from Shakespeare and sketches both humorous and dramatic He himself will speak on ...

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  14. PALACE THEATRE—"THE GOLDFISH."

    "The Goldfish," a comedy adapted from the French, is the Present attraction at the Place Theatre, Miss Muriel Start heads the Company, which included [?] Harvey Adams. There will be a matines to-day at 3.15. ...

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  15. ADJUDICATOR APPOINTED.

    Mr. Brunton Gibb has been appointed adjudicator in cloention at the Wellington (New Zealand), Brisbane, Grafton, Goulborn, and New South Wales Baptist Union [?] ...

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  16. MISS JOVCE FREW'S RECITAI.

    A farewell violin and pianoforte recital was given at the King's Hall on Thursday night by Miss Joyee Frew, L.A.B., a [?]lented pupil of Mr. Henry Stacll and Mr. Gorden V. Lavers, leaving shortly for London, ...

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  17. EMPIRE THEATRE—"THE FILM GIRL."

    Van Lowe, Audrey lewis and Bobby Jaryis are the Principals in "The Flim Girl," which is having a successful season at the Empire Theatre. ...

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  18. ST. JAMES THEATRE—"MERCENARY MARY."

    "Mercenary Mary" is now in its last week or two at the St. James Theatre, since the season of Grand [?]pera is to open on March 10 Elsie Prince [?] Goddan, and Char[?] Morton are in the cast. ...

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  19. THE TIVOLI.

    Ann Suter, 'The Girl from Dixie" is enjoying a successful season at the Tivoli "Theatre, where opened at the beginning of this week, having been hold up on the Melbourne express in the floods. Other features in ...

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  20. GRAND OPERA HOUSE.

    There will be two performances at the Grand Opera House to-day of "Up in Mabol's Room," a bedroom [?] in which Mr. Frank Nell and his company appear. ...

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  21. MR. McCLELLAND'S PUPILS.

    The St. James' Hall was well tilled on Thursday night when a vocal programme was given by the pupils of. Mr. Richard McClelland. The second portion of the programme was taken up by a Scottish musical Play, ...

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  22. FULLERS' THEATRE.

    Jim Geraid is still appearing at Fullers Theatre in "1914-18" or "For the Duration." a revue based on this actor's observations in camps and Henches during the war. ...

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  23. TWELETH NIGHT.

    Under the auspices of the Shakespeare Society and of the Education Department Mr. Meath Burdock will present "Twelfth Night" at the Conservatorium this afternoon and evening and on Monday evening. Mr. ...

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  24. THE GREAT WAR.

    The Great War is still fresh in the memory of the more mature, but the younger generation has a less vivid pereoption of its course and incidents. To this class is specially ...

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  25. CRYSTAL PALACE THEATRE.—"THE ROMANCE OF RUNNIREDE"

    In addition to the excellent Australian film, "The Romance of Rimmoned,' patrons of the Crystal Palace Theatre to-day will see "Making an Aussic," a [?]cal picture produced by [?] Erie Baume. ...

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  26. MR. GREENAWAY'S PRODUCTION.

    Mr. Greenaway's a production of "Twelfth Night" takes place most Wednesday, February 29, and on March 1, 2, and 3, with matines on Thursday and Monday, March [?] and 5. Special attention has been paid ...

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  27. "CHANG."

    A melodrama of the Jungle—something of a type quite new and stimulating—is to be screened at the Prince Edward Theatre next Friday week March 9. It is a Paramount release, entitled "Chang." The ...

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  28. BROADCASTERS, LTD.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 515 words
  29. TONGAN METHODIST COLLEGE CHOIR.

    The Tongan Methodist College Choir, conducted by the Rev. A. H. Wood, will give another recital in the Town Hall to-night. Resides a number of native melodies, the programme includes "Funicall ...

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  30. NEW CAPITOL THEATRE.

    The new Capital Theatre, which is to open its doors at Easter, has been designed to give the Illusion of an old Florantine garden, open to the sky. "His Lady," an [?]tion of the well-known opera, "Manon ...

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  31. PRINCE EDWARD THEATRE—"THE SCARLET LETTER."

    'The Soarlet Lelter" will be shown for only 11 more days at the prince Edward Theatre, There is an attractive musical prologue. ...

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  32. PETERSHAM CHORAL SOCIETY.

    That well-known musical comedy, "The Girl on the Taxi," Will be presented by the Petersham choral Society at the Petersham Town Hall to-night, next Thursday, and next Saturday The plan is at ...

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  33. CHAPTER. X1. INTERLUDE.

    Marion Fenton was piqued. 14, was, of course ridiculous to suggest that she had any more interest in Peter Lestrange than she had in any other moraber of the small ...

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  34. LYCEUM AND LYRIC THEATRES.

    Chester [?] and George Bancroft appear in, "Tell It to Sweeney," a new paramount farce, dealing with engines, and engine-driving, which is to be screened to-day at the Lycenm and Lyric Theatres. The ...

    Article : 73 words
  35. ORGAN RECITALS.

    The city organist (Mr. Ernest Tram[?]) will give his usual organ tec[?] at the Town Hall to-morrow, on Monday, and on Wednesday. ...

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  36. MIDDAY ORGAN RECITAL.

    At St. James's Church next Thursday (from 1.20 to 1.50 P.m.) Mr. G. Faunce Allman will continue his weekly organ recitals, including in the programme the Prelade and Fugue in E Minor (Mach), Soleman Melody ...

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  37. HAYMARKET THEATRE.

    There are some grippingly" dramatic episodes in "Underworld," a new Paramount picture, to be screened at the Haymarket Theatre to-day. Clive Brook, George Bancroft, and Evelyn Brent are in the cast in ...

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  38. CONSERVATORIUM ORCHESTRA.

    The Conservatorium Orchestra will open its season of the [?]ption connerts, on Wednesday, March 1[?]. under the baton of Mr. Alfred Hill. who is to conduct during the absence abroad of Mr. W. Arundel Orchard ...

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  39. ADYAR HALL—FALSE SHAME,"

    There will be three screenings of "False shame" at the Adyar Hall to-day. ...

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  40. Advertising

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  41. NEW FICTION.

    We understand that "Deluge," by Mr. S. Fowler Wright, is a first novel; but there are no signs of immaturity in it. The author's first essay finds him a master of his craft. ...

    Article : 301 words
  42. TRADES HALL.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 101 words
  43. ANTHONY HOPE.

    "Memories and Notes" contain the reminiscences of Sir Anthony Hope Hawking, "Whose name is more familiar to the reading publie with the omission he adopted for ...

    Article : 369 words
  44. PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED.

    Police Offences Acts and Vagrancy Acts, Bignold. (Law Book Co. of Aurtralasia, Ltd.) The Keys of Paradise, Williams. (Chatto and Windus.) ...

    Article : 84 words
  45. THEOSOPHICAL STATION, LTD.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 148 words
  46. BERNARD SHAW AND AMERICA.

    There is no immediate prospect of Mr. Bernard Shaw's visiting the United States, according to his biographer, Mr. Archibald Henderson, who made the announcement in the ...

    Article : 142 words
  47. STATION 2UE.

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