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  2. "THE ARCADIANS."

    Arcadia, "where the acorns come from," where the warrior-shepherds and musicianshopherdesses made Platonic love, and the title "Mrs." was unknown, was revealed at ...

    Article : 1,385 words
  3. "THE BRASS BOTTLE."

    A crowded first right audience assembled at Her Majesty's Theatre on Saturday evening to welcome the premiere of "The Brass Bottle," which is founded upon the novel of ...

    Article : 1,710 words
  4. THE BROWN MASK.

    The highwayman's story concerning the bishop quickly went the round of the town, and a wit declared that at least halt the reverend gentlemen went trembling in their ...

    Article : 1,765 words
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  6. AMUSEMENTS.

    At the Theatre Royal "What Every Woman Knows" was again revealed to a crowd of playgoers, who thoroughly appreciated the humorous analysis of Scottish character furnished [?]oy J. M. Barrie, laughing ...

    Article : 105 words
  7. THE TIVOLI.

    The Dartos, clever Australian artists, are achieving great success at the Tivoll. Their specialty is dancing, and they succeed every time. The Apache Dance, as interpreted by them, is one of the finest pieces of ...

    Article : 196 words
  8. NATIONAL AMPHITHEATRE.

    The versatile Nat Clifford still holds pride of place in the hearts of the audiences who nightly tax the scating accommodation of the National amphitheatre to the utmost. He seems to know instinetively what his ...

    Article : 192 words
  9. LYCEUM HALL.

    One of the most interesting, series submitted in the moving picture programme at the Lyceum Hall on Saturday night was that dealing with the railway disaster at Riehmond. Victoria. Mr. Spencer's photographer. ...

    Article : 147 words
  10. PALACE THEATRE.

    The programme submitted by the Palace management on Saturday evening was interesting and instructive in the extreme. The Richmond railway disaster portrayed by an excellent serics brought home to the ...

    Article : 190 words
  11. BIJOU THEATRE.

    The new programme of moving pictures presented at both afternoon and evening entertainments at the Bijou Theatre an Saturday was of such a varied character that the large audiences thoroughly enjoyed each ...

    Article : 108 words
  12. EMPIRE THEATRE.

    The continuous exhibition of animated pictures at this place of entertainment has been drawing large crowds. On Saturdat night the hall was filled to the doors. There were many good dramatic subjects ...

    Article : 93 words
  13. COLONIAL THEATRE.

    The usual large audience for a Saturday filled the Colonial Theatre. The picture programme was so arranged that the audience was alternately made to laugh to its heart's content and then worked up to ...

    Article : 92 words
  14. THE GLACIARIUM.

    New South Wales and Victorian hockey players met on the ice at the Glaciarium on Saturday night in the first of three interstate matches. There was a large and enthusiastic attendance and the sport provided ...

    Article : 80 words
  15. A TOOWOOMBA MOTHER.

    "In our family we had a wonderful opportunity of judging of the merits of Dr. Sheldon's Now Discovery, and the effect it has had in our cases is most wonderful," writes Mrs. ...

    Article : 351 words
  16. THE DE CAIROS-REGO MATINEE.

    Advanced pupils from Mr. G. De Cairos Rego's studio assisted in a successful matinee musicale at Palings Concert Salon on Saturday afternoon, when the principal vocalist was Mr. Rex De Cairos-Rego, whose ...

    Article : 101 words
  17. RABBI BOAS'S LECTURES.

    Two Shakespearian lectures will be delivered this week in the Y.M.C.A. Hull by Rabbi Boas, of Adelaide. The firat will be delivered to-night on "The Merchant of Venice." On Wednesday evening an ...

    Article : 81 words
  18. BESSES O' TH' BARE BAND.

    Concerts are announced to commence at the Town Hall on Thursday evening, and will continue throughout the following week, with matinees on Saturday and Wednesday. Plans are now open at Paling's and ...

    Article : 95 words
  19. CHAPTER II.

    As the coach rolled heavily homewards towards St. James's Square, Lady Bolsover speedily recovered from her anxiety concerning her niece; she did not even reprimand ...

    Article : 550 words
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