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  2. AMUSEMENTS. "THE FANTASTICKS."

    A debt of gratitude is due to Miss Madge M'Intosh, who sails for England to-day, and to the Stage Society, for the production of "The Fantasticks" at the Criterion Theatre yesterday afternoon, as thereby ...

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  3. SALE OF A VIOLIN.

    In the District Court yesterday, before Judge Murray, Mr. Curtis, instructed by Mr. W. H. Atkinson, appeared for the plaintiff: and Mr. Nugent Robertson, instructed by Mr. J. J. ...

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  5. HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE.

    This afternoon there will be another extra matinee of "Jack and Jill" at Her Majesty's Theatre, where the new pantomime, with its transformation of the seasons, butterlly and other b[?]ets, and comic scenes, ...

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  6. THEATRE ROYAL.

    "After the Opera," a half-hour drama from the French, will be produced this evening at 8 o'clock at the Theatre Royal, as a before-piece to the patriotic war-dram "An Englishman's Home." There will be ...

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  7. SUGAR INDUSTRY. COLONIAL SUGAR COMPANY.

    At the half-yearly meeting of the Colonial Sugar Refining Company, Limited, held yesterday, Mr. H. E. Kater presided. The report showed a net profit for the six months ...

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  8. MISS TITTELL BRUNE'S SEASON.

    "An Englishman's Home" being shortly due in Melbourne, a brief season by Miss Tittell Brune, prior to her return to London, will be opened at the Theatre Royal on Saturday, May 15. Miss Brune will then ...

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  9. THREE "DREADNOUGHT" MATINEES.

    The J. C. Williamson mangement announces a special matinee performance on Wednesday next of "An Englishman's Home," in aid of the New South Wales Dreadnought Fund. A committee of ladies, ...

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  10. CRITERION THEATRE.

    "The Hypocrites" now enters upon its fifth and last week at the Criterion Theatre, where the finalmatinee will be given on Wednesday. In a recent interview, Mr. Henry Arthur Jones remarked:—"In ...

    Article : 80 words
  11. CESSNOCK COLLIERIES.

    The position of affairs in the local coal trade remains unchanged. The mines continue to work on and off, but with the approach of winter good work is confidently expected. ...

    Article : 289 words
  12. INTERSTATE BOWLS.

    The first of three test matches between Queensland and New South Wales was played yesterday on the Warringah green. The green was in capital order. An interesting match resulted in a victory for New ...

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  13. "LUCKY DURHAM."

    Messrs. Mey[?]ll and Gunn will produce "Lucky Durham" at the Criterion next Saturday, the new piece being a powerful drama from the pen of Wilson Barrett, produced at the Shakespeare Theatre, ...

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  14. MISS LILLIAN MITCHELL'S CONCERT.

    Miss Lillian Mitchell will give a concert at the Y.M.C.A. Hall on Tuesday, May 11. The soprano, who will be assisted by Mr. Cyr[?]l Monk and Signor Torzille, will then contribute favourite songs to an ...

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  15. LAWRENCE CAMPBELL RECITALS.

    Mr. Lawrence Campbell announces a series of six humorous and dramatic recitals in the Y.M.C.A. Hall on Monday evenings, commencing May 17. These programmes will include the recital, from memory, of ...

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  16. PALACE THEATRE.

    The revival of the stirring military melodrama "In the Ranks," at the Palace Theatre, now in its last six nights, shows Mr. Allan Hamilton's company to much advantage, owing to the forcible ...

    Article : 90 words
  17. BURRAGA RAILWAY ROUTE.

    This morning a deputation from Blayney waited on Mr. Lee (Minister for Works), asking him to favourably consider the construction of a railway line from Blayney to ...

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  18. "WHEN WE WERE TWENTY-ONE."

    H. V. Esmond's play, "When We Were Twenty-one," will be performed at the Criterion Theatre next Saturday afternoon by the Sydney Comedy Club, including Messrs. Fletcher, Forster, Casey, Gilhooley, Lewis, ...

    Article : 98 words
  19. TIVOLI THEATRE.

    Whilst Chung Ling Soo continues to crowd the Tivoli Theatre with his spectacular conjuring entertainments, Mr. Harry Rickards will this afternoon and evenng re-introudce Mr. Fred. Graham and Miss ...

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  20. MISS ZILLAH HARRISON'S CONCERT.

    At the Y.M.C.A. Hall, on Wednesday evening next, Miss Zillah Harrison will give a concert, with the assistance of Misses Josie Miles, Dorothy Curtis, Messrs. Chas. Rolfe, Lawrence Campbell, and the choir-students ...

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  21. NATIONAL AMPHITHEATRE.

    This afternoon and evening, at the National Amphitheatre, the new artists joining will be Fanny Halle, lamp balancer; O[?]ga Montez, serio and dancer; the Starr trio, vocalists and dancers. Star ...

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  22. SIGNOR DE GIORGIO'S RECITAL.

    Signor Vincenzo de Giorgio, an Italian pianist of note new resident in this city, proposes to make his entrance into public life as a musician by giving an invitation recital at the Y.M.C.A. Hall. This will take ...

    Article : 85 words
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  24. LYCEUM—SPENCER'S THEATRESCOPE.

    At the Lyceunt, both afternoon and evening, Mr. C. Spencer's Theatrescope Company will show a new budget of pictures, including the dramatic films, "Left Out," "The Russian Fleet," the Erring Son, ...

    Article : 65 words
  25. TOWN HALL ORGAN RECITAL.

    The usual matinee organ recital will be given at the Town Hall, to-morrow, at 3.15 p.m., when Mr. T. W. Craven, jun., will preside at the organ. The programme will include Boellmann's "Suite Gothique," ...

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  26. GLACIARIUM.—WEST'S PICTURES.

    An important change is announced in regard to West's Pictures, the last exhibitions of which, at the Glaciarium, will the place this afternoon and evening. On Monday next Mr. West will open a season ...

    Article : 88 words
  27. LAST NIGHTS WIRTH'S CIRCUS.

    Messrs. Wirth Brothers now announce the closing week of their circus with the combined menageries, star acrobats, brilliant horsemen, and beautiful equine stud, as next Saturday night will form the farewell at the ...

    Article : 109 words
  28. THE BENGOUGH ENTERTAINMENT.

    Bengough, an eminent Canadian cartoonist, author, and public entertainer, will make his debut at the Centenary Hall to-night, when he will touch lightly upon social questions of the hour from a humorist's ...

    Article : 103 words
  29. QUEEN'S THEATRE.—"THE UNWRITTEN LAW."

    A new drama, "The Unwritten Law," based upon the squalid story of intrigue and murder in which Harry Thaw and Stanford White were the principal figures in New York, will be staged at the Queen's Theatre next ...

    Article : 91 words
  30. BENEFITS OF WHITE LABOUR.

    Mr. Tudor returned to Brisbane yesterday, after making an extensive tour of North Queensland, in the course of which he visited all the sugar fields ...

    Article : 128 words
  31. RAILWAY INSTITUTE.

    The anniversary of the Railway Institute was celebrated on Thursday evening by a dinner in the main hall. The Assistant Commissioner for Tramways, Mr. H. Richardson, ...

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  32. SYDNEY PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY.

    On Wednesday evening next, the Sydney Philharmonic Society will perform Wagner's tragic opera, "The Flying Dutchman," at the Town Hall, when Mr. Joseph Bradley will conduct an orchestra and chorus of about ...

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  33. BIJOU PICTURE PALACE.

    This afternoon and evening at the Bijou Picture Palace, there will be an entire change of progamme, when the latest military, naval, and sporting events abroad, and humorous, sce[?] and dramatic studies, ...

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  34. ALLEGED DESTRUCTION OF TREES.

    At a meeting of the municipal council last night great indignation was expressed by the Mayor and aldermen at the action of the workmen employed in creeting telephone linos, who, ...

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  35. CLAY'S VAUDEVILLE COMPANY.

    Mr. Harry Clay's Vaudeville Company will give their customary entertainment at the Royal Standard Theatre this evening, when new artists, songs, and dances, and new moving pictures, will be included. Next week's ...

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  36. ADA CROSSLEY CHARITY CONCERT.

    The Lord Mayor having readily accepted Mme. Ada Crossley's generous offer to give a concert at the Town Hall in aid of the Sydney charities, the event has been fixed for next Saturday evening, under active ...

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  37. MR. BAMFORD'S CONTENTION.

    Mr. Bamford, addressing the electors at Geraldton last night, said that a couple of weeks ago he had doubts about the Fisher Government lasting any time. Now he was ...

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  38. WONDERLAND BOXING CONTESTS.

    On Wednesday evening next, Mr. Snowy Baker will superintend the finals of the heavy, middle, welter, light, feather, and bant[?] weight divisions of the recent Wonderland amateur boxing competitions. These ...

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  39. "AIDA" AND "LUCIA."

    In view of the infrequent opportunities afforded of hearing the masterpieces of [?]ian opera, Herr Slapoffski and M. Henri Staell are now organising choral and orchestral reheasals for the performance of Verdi's ...

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  40. SEAMEN'S INSTITUTE CONCERT.

    The staff of the R.M.S. Orotava gave a capital entertainment at the Seamen's Institute on Thursday night, when 350 sailors and a number of shore friends attended. The Programme included "The Biter Bit," ...

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  41. THE CORNISH PIXIE.

    At the Pixie's parlour, Pitt-street, near Market-street, the Cornish Pixie, an atom of humanity only 25 inches high, continues to hold largely attended receptions daily. ...

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  42. SYDNEY MADRIGAL SOCIETY.

    The first concert this year of the Sydney' Madrigal and Chamber Music Society will take place at St. James's Hall on Thursday, May 13, when Mr. W. Arundel Orchard will conduct some captivating numbers by ...

    Article : 86 words
  43. KICKED BY A HORSE,

    At the Lithgow races on Saturday a boy named Oliver was in the saddling paddock holding a horse, when something frightened the animal, which kicked the boy in the face. ...

    Article : 61 words
  44. DRIVING ACCIDENT.

    A woman and a boy were driving into town from the north side of the river. The woman grabbed the relus from the boy when the horse was travelling a little fast, and upset ...

    Article : 51 words
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  46. PENFOLD'S BALLOON ASCENTS.

    Captain Penfold will repeat his daring balloon ascent and parachute descent to-morrow afternoon, at Clontar[?]. Steamers will ply from Fort Macquarie as notified. ...

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  47. MISS MILLIE HUGHES' CONCERT.

    Miss Millie Hughes, a young soprane form Mr. George Grimm's studio, gave a recital and concert at the Y.M.C.A. Hall last night, when she revealed a voice of especially agreeable timbre, and an ...

    Article : 181 words
  48. "OUT ON THE CASTLEREAGH."

    This afternoon Mr. J. Clarence Lee's new comedy drama upon an Australian subject, entitled "Out on the Castlereagh," will be performed for the first time upon any stage at the Palace Theatre. The autho[?] ...

    Article : 77 words
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