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  4. THE THEATRES

    Robert Westerman. Mr. George Cross (Cowboy of the S.H. Ranch, known as Broncho Bob.) Bud Hawley (Cowboy of the Circle X). Mr. T. W. Lloyd Pete Raymond (known as Long Pete). Mr. W. Ryott ...

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  5. ROYAL—"ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA."

    Mr. Oscar Asche and Miss Lily Brayton, in the successful production of "Antony and Cleopatra," at the Theatre Royal, are showing says in this part of the ...

    Article : 61 words
  6. CRYSTAL PALACE.

    In addition to "The King's Navy"—the latest moving pictures of the British fleets—the management of the Crystal Palace will show to-morrow "The False Order," "The Bringing Out ...

    Article : 95 words
  7. PALACE—"OF OUR SELECTION."

    The Bert Bailey Company have played to big audiences since the opening night of the revival of "On Our Selection" at the Palace Theatre. The first matinee performance of the season ...

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  8. LYRIC THEATRE.

    To-morrow, at the Lyric Theatre, prominence will be given to "The Ticket of Leave Man" in a picture programme which includes "The Lost Deeds," "An Advertising Actress," and ...

    Article : 66 words
  9. HER MAJESTY'S—PANTOMIME.

    The last two weeks of the successful pantomime season at He Majesty's Theatre are announced. Yesterday there were two performances of "Puss in [?]oots." The eighth matinee ...

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  10. COLONIAL THEATRE.

    A duel between a man and a leopard is to be shown to-morrow at the Colonial Theatre, In one of the new films. Australian events will be illustrated in the Gaumont Graphic. Patrons ...

    Article : 84 words
  11. THE TIVOLI.

    Back in Sydney iter a long absence in the United States, the Clarence Sisters, assisted by their brother, are row appearing at the Tivoli. Last night the sisters showed animation of ...

    Article : 186 words
  12. EMPRESS THEATRE.

    "The Mystery of the Corner House" will be the principal subject to-morrow at the Empress Theatre. The other pictures which have been selected are: "A Dream of Glory," "Lady at ...

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  13. LYCEUM—SPENCER'S PICTURES.

    While "The Rajah's Casket" was being shown last night patrons of the Lyceum watched with close, interest the dramatic incidents in connection with the mysterious disappearance of a ...

    Article : 123 words
  14. NATIONAL AMPHITHEATRE.

    Half the performers at the National Amphitheatre last night were new to Sydney. The Musical Avolos—two men and two women— from the United States, introduced a little ...

    Article : 265 words
  15. WEST'S PICTURES.

    The season of moving pictures at the Glaciarium closed last night. "A Royal Sin" was the principal feature of the programme. During the Winter months the Olympia ...

    Article : 92 words
  16. SINGER AND STAMP COLLECTOR.

    Miss Kitty Dale, the new singer at the Tivoli, is a collector d£ postage stamps. While she is in Australia she intends to get together a complete set of all the Australian issues, together ...

    Article : 47 words
  17. THE ALHAMBRA—VAUDEVILLE..

    On Friday moving pictures were shown for the last time at the Alhambra. The old Haymarket theatre is once more a vaudeville house, as in the days of the late Frank Smith. Last ...

    Article : 216 words
  18. ORGAN RECITAL.

    At the Town Hall free organ recital this afternoon Mr. Ernest Truman, City Organist, will play the following programme: Overture, "Masaniello" (Auber); Allegretto Moderato in ...

    Article : 65 words
  19. BOGUS CURATE WHO PREACHED A GOOD SERMON.

    Emlyn Jones, who posed as a curate, and who, in that capacity, is said to have preached a "fairly good sermon," was committed for trial in Wales recently, on charges of ...

    Article : 138 words
  20. Family Notices

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  21. LITTLE THEATRE—NEW COMEDY.

    After a successful six weeks' run, "The Man on the Box" has been withdrawn by the management of the Little Theatre, Castlereagh-street. The popular piece drew a large ...

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  22. THE LATE WALTER MOORE.

    To-morrow night, at the Town Hall, Mosman, there will be a concert in aid of the widow and children of the late Walter Moore, who lost his life in the Thelma disaster. The members ...

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  23. GEHDE'S SUNDAY CONCERT.

    On account of the Town Hall being engaged this afternoon, Mr. Nicholas J. Gehde announces that his next concert will take place on Sunday, May 11. ...

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  24. AN INTERESTING PEN.

    The pen carried and used by Mr. W. H. Hannam during his travels as wireless engineer to the Dr. Mawson expedition in Antartica, is now on view at Messrs. John Sands, Ltd., window ...

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  25. MR. MURDOCH'S RECITAL.

    The final pianoforte recital by Mr. William Murdoch will take place at St. James' Hall, Phillip-street, on Tuesday night. The young artist has arranged an excellent programme ...

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  26. "QUO VADIS" IN PICTURES.

    Having paid £4000 for the Australian rights of "Quo Vadis," Spencer's, Ltd., will show tho groat 8000ft production of the Cines Co. at the Lyceum on Saturday next. It is claimed that ...

    Article : 351 words
  27. FLEET REVIEWED BY THE KING. THE THEATRES.

    At the Crystal Palace, to-morrow, there will be a cinematograph series of the recent British Naval Manoeuvres. Commencing with the decoration of Nelson's Monument on Trafalgar What may be called the pioneer roller skating at the Exhibition Building, Prince Alfred Park, is still hilding its own. For the skating season the building was redecorated. The ...

    Article : 208 words
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  29. CRITERION—"THE FORTUNE-HUNTER."

    As the Williamson management has decided to produce "Within the Law" in Melbourne, the prosperous run of "The Fortune Hunter" at the Criterion Theatre is not to be cut short, as was ...

    Article : 154 words
  30. QUALITY ALWAYS TELLS.

    Ladies about to make their purchases for the coming season are advised to wait until the owning of Messrs. Dempster, Limited, fine premises at the corner of Liverpool and ...

    Article : 136 words
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