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  4. LAST NIGHT AT SYDNEY'S THEATRES

    In addition to the new turns introduced early In the week, the Tivoli management offered several others at yesterday's performances. One that was specially pleasing for its ...

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  5. MASTERS OF MAGIC

    A noticeable feature of the Leroy, Talma, and Bosco entertainment, which opened at the Palace Theatre last night, under the direction of E. J. Carroll, was the avoidance of ...

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  6. MUSIC

    The Australia Opera League plays the Hill-Hart operas every night this week. It is announced that Mischa Elman, the wonder violinist, will endeavor to repeat his first ...

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  7. AUSTRALIAN OPERA

    The outlook for Australian composers of music ? But there isn't any outlook Their present hope ? Poor, very poor. As for composers of opera-well, Mr. Quinlan won't look ...

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  8. Mischa Elman's Farewell

    1 Mischa Elman has nearly completed his Australian and New Zealand tour. His success bas been phenomenal everywhere. The celebrated violinist will play his farewell to Australia in Sydney at four concerts to be given ...

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  9. Paul Dufault Concerts

    Last night Paul Dufault sang one more of those operatic arias which, though well known abroad, are heard here too infrequently. The aria was Sir A. Sullivan's "How Many Hired ...

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  10. SKELETON AS STAR

    "The Mysterious Masquerader," a sketch by Herman and Shirley, was prominent among the new turns at the National Theatre yesterday, because of the skill in acrobatic dancing and ...

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  11. ELLEN TERRY THE GREAT

    "A thing of shreds and patches" was the way in which Miss Ellen Terry described her Shakespearean address at the Concordia Hall last night. But this meant only that it was a ...

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  12. The Orchestral Society

    The second of Beethoven's symphonies was the most interesting work presented by the Amateur Orchestral Society in their concert last Tuesday, and the performance was ...

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  13. Dickens' Recital

    At St. James' Hall last night Mr. Harrison Allen gave some characteristic selections from the creations of Charles Dickens. The recital was under the auspices of the Dickens ...

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  14. Comnoser's Concert

    A farewell concert was given to Miss Mirrie Solomon on "Wednesday last prior to a now postponed departure for Vienna. Miss Solomon, both as composer and pianist, ...

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  15. Fuller-Brennan Circuit

    The following are among the turns to appear for the week beginning yesterday :—Brisbane : Edith Boulton, Casselli Sisters, Boudini Brothers, Weston's Models. Melbourne : ...

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  16. Roval Roller Rink

    At the Royal Roller Rink on Monday, August 24, there will be a poster fancy and evening dress carnival. Prizes will be offered for competitions for teams of five. The competitions ...

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  17. Symphony Orchestra's Concert

    The Sydney Symphony Orchestra's fourth concert of the season took place in the Town Hall yesterday afternoon, and proved the most interesting of the series. ...

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  18. Masked Ball at the Imperial

    More than 200 guests were present at Friday's Thespian supper at the Imperial Salon de Luxe. On Tuesday night a masquerade ball will be Leld. Dancers are to wear fancy costume or ...

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  19. Glaciarium Carnival

    The Glaciarium, as transformed for the annual carnival, will be called "The Palace of Golden Domes." There will be golden columns and domes, picked out with green, and hundreds ...

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  20. The Twilight House

    On Thursday next a novel entertainment will be given in aid of the Twilight House—novel in that it will take place in a private home. Mrs. Arthur Allen has placed the ballroom of ...

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  21. Reward for Information.

    There are considerable inquiries for a man who was last seen at Manly. This man is reported to be connected with one of the richest station owners ia Queensland. He came from ...

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  23. School Children to see "Sixty Years a Queen"

    At the request of the Directors of Spencer's Pictures, Limited, the acting Ministers for Public Instruction has granted permission for public school children to attend exhibitions of the ...

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