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  4. LAST NIGHT AT SYDNEY THEATRES

    The whole trouble in "Ready Money" is whether the money is genuine or counterfeit (in New York, it appears, they call it "counterfit"). Jackson Ives, described as "an ...

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  5. MANY PARTS

    Ellen Terry will appear at Her Majesty's Theatre on July 25, as Portia, with Titheradge as Shylock. The other parts will be filled by members of the Actors' Association, and the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. MUSIC

    Harold Bauer, who opens his Sydney season at the Town Hall on June 27, is one of the self-taught pianists. "When did you begin the study of the ...

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  7. LITTLE THEATRE

    There has been no diminution in the favor extended to "The School for Scandal," as presented by the Hugh Buckler Company at the Little Theatre during the week. Evidently the old ...

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  9. MAUD ALLAN IN MELBOURNE

    MELBOURNE. Saturday Night. Maud Allan again appeared to-night in the dance poems "Sorrow," "Despair," "Hope," "Joy," "A Soul in Bondage," "Capture of the ...

    Article : 51 words
  10. National Novelties

    Clement May. who gives recitals from Dickens, is back at the National. Juno Salmo, an extraordinary contortionist, is also on the bill. So are the Casselli Sisters, remembered in ...

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  11. At The Tivoli

    Marvellous Ada Reeve still tops the bill at the Tivoli. "Breathes there a man"—or a woman for that matter—with soul so dead as not to have seen Ada Reeve—well, the sin should at ...

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  12. THE INTERPRETATION OF MUSIC.

    With reference to her notes on Scriabin's "Prometheus: The Symphony of Fire," Rosa Newmarch has something to say in the "Musical Times" as to those who think that a ...

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  13. Empress and Colonial Theatres

    "A Mysterious Case," the Nordisk feature drama at the Empjress Theatre to-morrow, surrounds a young girl's unconscious endeavor to protect her father, which brings suspicion on ...

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  14. Alexander Watson Recitals

    Mr. Alexander watson, who opens a short series of Shakespearean and other recitals, at St. James' Hall next Thursday evening, delivered his forty-fifth Melbourne recital in the ...

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  15. Leonard Borwick Recital

    A classical concert was given yesterday afternoon at the Town Hall by Mr. Leonard Borwick. Among the numbers were Bach's Organ Fugue in G minor," "Les Barricades Mysterieuses" ...

    Article : 68 words
  16. Adelphi Revival

    "The Bad Girl of the Family," which met with favor on its original production at the Adelphi, was revived last night at the same house for a brief run, and met with popular success. ...

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  17. Dolores' Concert

    There was a large attendance at Mdlle. Dolores' concert at the Town Hall last evening. The famous singer, who was assisted by Mr. Boyd Wells, the celebrated pianist, rendered ...

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  18. Bain's Vaudeville

    Dulcie Hall, a lady who is skilled in ju-jitsu, wrestling, and boxing, and The Two Kays, comedy trick cyclists, are meeting with much success at Bain's Princess Theatre. Miss Hall's ...

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  19. Mischa Elman

    To-morrow night the noted violinist, Mischa Elman, will make his first appearance in Sydney. Mr. Elman will have the support of the soprano Mdlle. Eva Gauthier. Mr. Percy Kahn ...

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  20. "Nero and Agrippina" at the Palace

    This photo-play was screened before a good house at the Palace Theatre yesterday. The film, which is in ten parts, depicts the splendor of past ages. The buildings, the ...

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  21. Royal Roller Rink

    The features at the Royal Roller Rink, Moore Park, during the week, have been a half-mile novice handicap, a mile open handicap, and a graceful skating competition for ladies. Only ...

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  22. BAND MUSIC.

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  24. The Glaciarium

    Skates on ice make music at the Glaciarium nowadays. The sport has again proved popular this season, and there is a bigger attendance than ever at the three daily sessions. ...

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    "Any good seats left?" asked the tall, cadaverous-looking man at the box-office. "Plenty of 'em," said the box-office man. "All down in the front, too." ...

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    Mr. Newrich: "Keep away from the hedge! Didn't I tell yer to keep away from the hedge?" Chauffeur : "Yessir, I'm keeping as far from the hedge as it's safe to go, sir." ...

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