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  2. Letters to the Editor

    Correspondents are reminded that letters intended for these columns of the Literary Supplement must reach the Editor before 6 p.m. on Wednesday of ...

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  3. New Century Stage Favorites

    IT was inevitable that this country, rich in a stage tradition, with the establishment of which the names of Brooke, Rignold, Barry Sullivan, J. C. Williamson ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. London Gossip

    If you were to ask any member of the army which in the last few days has left the East End of London for the Kentish hop fields, you would probably be told ...

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  5. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AGE.

    Sir,--I have been much interested in reading your Theatrical Reminiscences in Saturday's issue of "The Age." Your correspondent "C.P.S." on 23rd ...

    Article : 179 words
  6. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AGE.

    Sir,--Over the spot where lie tho remains of the late Grattan Riggs, in the Strahan (Tas.) cemetery, a neat bronze tablet has been placed upon a base of ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 187 words
  7. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AGE.

    Sir,--In "The Age" Old Stage Favorites article, No. 4 (by "R.W.B."), mention of Quilp recalls an incident. Quilp delivered the line: "I'll scratch yen with a rusty ...

    Article : 225 words
  8. THEATRICAL REMINISCENCES.

    Sir,--In the late seventies an English opera company came here under engagement to William Saurin Lyster, and played La Fille du Tambour Major at ...

    Article : 595 words
  9. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AGE.

    Sir,--The "cabbage" incident related by your Adelaide correspondent during the visit of the Duke of Edinburgh and the Bailors of the Galatea prompts me to ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 537 words
  10. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AGE.

    Sir,--The name of the Harlequin "Sweet Memories" desires was Gustavo Mascartic. I remember him as a child, and the cap he wore, given to him by Barry Sullivan, ...

    Article : 168 words
  11. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AGE.

    Sir,--Will some of your readers be kind enough to send me the words of the song Ten Thousand Miles Away ? "Sweet Memories" gave the chorus in last Saturday's ...

    Article : 164 words
  12. "Our First Royal Visitor."

    Sir,--I must first pay a tribute to the pleasant memories conjured up in any mind by the varied and historic news contained in your Literary Supplement ...

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  13. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AGE.

    Sir,--In answer to Ada P. Chapman, Nellie Lambert was the contralto at the period she mentions. She was married to C. Templeton, baritone principal in ...

    Article : 122 words
  14. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AGE.

    Sir,--Permit me to proclaim my unbounded admiration, in common with so many others, of that fine modern development in journalism your ...

    Article : 434 words
  15. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AGE.

    Sir,--May I add a few names to those already mentioned relative to the above William Hoskins, Harwood, Stewart, Phil Day (Jaikes in Silver King), Dampier, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 358 words
  16. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AGE.

    Sir,--Being a reader of "The Age" for many years, I would like to correct an error by "Great Centre" re Maggie Moore. I knew her personally. She never ...

    Article : 72 words
  17. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AGE.

    Sir,--Permit me to supplement "Eros's" memory of Mr. George C. Miln, of whose Shakespearian performances I saw a great many during his visit to Melbourne. He ...

    Article : 150 words
  18. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AGE.

    Sir,--I join "W.J.S." (Riddeli) in hoping for a reunion at tho old Theatre Royal; but why confine it to the artists of old days ? As one who boy and man has ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 204 words
  19. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AGE.

    Sir,--The Theatrical Reminiscences published in your Saturday's issues are a joy and a delight to me. As one of the "old brigade" of professionals, I can recall ...

    Article : 388 words
  20. The Author of John Maynard.

    Sir,--The sets of verses re John Maynard frequently figured years ago as a recitation, and are to be found in such collections. I cannot, however, find the ...

    Article : 295 words
  21. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AGE.

    Sir,--Your correspondent "Eros," in the issue of 16th September, remarks that no previous reference has been made of Mr. G. C. Miln. I have always regarded ...

    Article : 194 words
  22. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AGE.

    Sir,--May I be permitted to make a correction. The Shakespeare Hotel was in Stephen-street, five doors north of Long's chemist's shop, west side. A ...

    Article : 363 words
  23. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AGE.

    Sir,--The correspondence relative to old-time productions at the Theatre Royal makes unusually interesting rending, but in the numerous letters I fail ...

    Article : 512 words
  24. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AGE.

    Sir,--In reply to "M.B.," Richmond last Saturday's, literary page, the of the author of the poem John Maynard was Horatio Alger, an American. It ...

    Article : 151 words
  25. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AGE.

    Sir,--There is a small error in the article by "R.W.B." in your paper of the 22nd inst. He says, referring to Fred Marshall as "Quilp":--"He played Quilp from ...

    Article : 230 words
  26. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AGE.

    Sir,--I have derived much pleasure reading of the old-time actors and actresses in each Saturday's f issue of "The Age." And I am sending a ...

    Article : 109 words
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