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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — News — 24 July 1923

q a?,, i IL smauns un i gw, , m I? . Ubmull wa,mafhnn mgw, mnlu' . . ?'l metnsjua mwu,ll um u, , 'gm..ss?tSl?,lL1ww.~ Imti~m ? mj. t?,imnwtsm HUSNandi ESSEX HUDSON, ? 7 could buld cheaper cars, but ol at the expense of Quality ar SThis they will not do. THEY BUILD U TO A STANDARD NOT DOWN TO A PRICE - - SSecure th best combn=on of Quality . ?and VaTlue obtainable to-day. sI 'IE I HUDSOO and ESSEX S 5 Pass. 7 Pacs. Single Scater 5 Pass. i i 25ll £825 £.4tl5 £475 ! e yate tlrge shipments of uCars THE BUILD UP TOEI QA STANDRD , arr=ving Ca.yv an, can Eve NOTOW LT TEAP 26 Flinders Street, e CADELAIDrE .d i seur et he. bienato of Quality I -______ ,____ __..___ _. _ __.__,__,__, 3= ~ HUSON UPERIX ESEX Ihi _______________.5 ~rn ~ ~ m a M tw 1* ,,m m m~ u w ,w mi ~ in, I: -~ ' ii EI I' 26Flndrchseudo n Street *ADELAIDE. f Beuet.bs obiaino ulWe .amm~nutmtmtrnz~uninmnmmtmbwl4I:,=nmuuuu 4-" SHITS 8zey 9armen 2a oztee-? i \i I' STHEY MOIRE THAN FIT S7hey a/so wear/onpr 06Oaiablo from a/i Drap~...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — News — 24 July 1923

TH{EATIŽE E GOYA L Lessees, . A J. C. Williamson. Ltd. Sub-Lesse.s. Bert Eailey and Julius Grant. ,?i To Night at 8 ~EI SPECIAL MATINEE ! TO-MOR,.OW A.,TER NOON AT 2. E. J. and Dan Carroll present 'The Sentimental Bloke' By C. J. Dennis. A play that will make you smile through your . tears. Occasionally you wil get a lump in the throat awl a tear in the eye, m." but right through you will be laughing at BILL, DORIE.N. GIN OER .dMICK. 'ERI. TWE STRAW 'AT COOT. ARTIE, EFFIE, UNCLE and MAIL Play prodtced by Bert Bailey. S 3ovpla?s at Allan's. until 5 p.m.. thereafter :,t Tl-ot:e On'ce, wh!er'e -'- day sa?ls are also oo itainabile, from 1) a.m. Prices 5/ (Reserved), I., m:id 1/. Early door, Gallery, 1/ extra. __ . Commencing Saturday, August 4 .J" & N. TAIT Present By arrangement with E. J. CARROLLI. 'Harry Laudeir The World's Greteast Eutertainer, who is firmly established in the aithectlo?s of the Ade laide public. lie has crossed the world - ?? to entertain Australia for the ...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WOMAN'S WORLD SOCIAL CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — News — 24 July 1923

~on~.Nis.~I~OR-7 SOCIAL CALENDAR July 25.-9 p.m., Government Hlouse Re Ception. July 25.--8 p.m., rnley Mayoral Ball-Unley City Hall. July 27.-3 p.m., W'.N.P.A., Miss Margaret Darnley Naylor-"Tolstoi and Some Pictures of Russian Child Life." July 2.--Tattersall's Races. July S.--College Football Match-Adelaide Oval. July 28.--8 p.m., Adelaide Repertory Tlheatre-"Loyalties," Victoria Hall. July 30.--8 p.m., Concert for Parish Hall, Walkerville Hall. July 31.--8.30 p.m., Young Matrons' Dance, ialais Royal. July 31.--S p.m., Norwood Football Club Ball. Norwood Town Hall. July 31-Sale of Toys, Soldiers' Shop, Charles street. August 2.-Royal S.A. Yacht Squadron Ball, Palais Royal. August .".--8.45 p.m., Committee Dance, Osborne Hall. August 17.-Blue-and-White Dance, Osborne Hall. August 18.-A.R.C. Meeting, Victoria Park. August 24.--.45 p.m., Mrs. Dudley Turner and Mrs. Walter Duncan's Dance, Osborne Hall.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — News — 24 July 1923

? . t. S.2 I. - . Perfect- n is Beauty The most gorious of all things is the beauty of 'youth. The . soft, unblemished skin with a delicate complexion has the most delightful charm. . But too often are shapely fea2 tures lost-beneath a rough,; uncared for skin. You can preserve this naturd : beauty of youth. "Solyptol" Soap' will not only remove sunburn, freckles, and otl?r blemishes from the face, b I. will preserve the skin. .,i "Solyptol" is a medically recom. Smended skin soap, containing proved antiseptics,and usedregt. larly in the bath is delightfuilly' -- refreshing. Its fragrant pers' ; fume has a distinctive charmi; s 'The toilet is a pleasure when " Solyptol" is the soap. Sole Proprietorr F H. Fraulding , Ca, . London, Adelazde, Perth and Sydneq STHE IDEAL SKIN SOAP oo? ....., = ::-.xo ,, =o ?,... =e unt lifllall ui~T~llll111 111 1111 11111silllillitm lu illtilaln lli111111111111111111 · ,l ' The Woman that uses it knows 1', " ' :. , = The Man in His Bath knows- and S 'Th...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — News — 24 July 1923

iB I BJUSY! BUSY! ALWAYS BUSY! :f iTHIS IS THE FA IOUS SgIN AN ANA. SCAR i WORLD'S NOVELTY FASHION! I I . 7 E Smart Deau. ville Paisley Silk SScarf is the popular - novelty fashion for Sthe New Season,. and can be worn on the. smartest occasion. These attractive ' Scarfs are triangular ! in shape, and are I made of Silk with wide border of Crepe de chine, hematitched. STo be worn Sailor style (as illustrated) or with the knot on the shoulder. Another way is well down at the back, and drawn Saround the arms, and Stied In a large bow in front. Also for bat f trimmings in various ways, and for artis i tic sashes. A most adaptable creation, and . favored throughout the world's fashion centres. Colors Grey, Navy, Shrimp, and , Royal. RPrice, 9/11 each. JOHN MARTIN & CO., LIMITED, Always First to Show the Latest, ilNOVELTY POWDER PUFFS A ? AS NOW USED ABROAD! A Shipment just received and now showing in ou Perfumery Division. TTOU will be deligh te'eted and .,greatly , Sterested in...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Late Sales [Newspaper Article] — News — 24 July 1923

Late Sales Commonwealth Loan, 4, per cent, 1325 £98 2/6. Commonwealth Loan, 6 per cent, 1930- £103. Commonwealth £10 Bonds, 4, p'er, cent, 1925-£9 15/. Commonwealth £10 Bond, 5 per cent, 123 -£10 ."/. Broken H1ill 7 per cent. Debentures £100 10/. Broken Hill Gas-5/6. Adelaide Electric Rights--6/7, 6/. Adelaido Cement (ord.)--31/. Marshall Shoe-20/. Nestle's (pref.)--23/9. Wallaroo-26/3. Junctions-3/S½. Zinc Corporation (ord.)--T/11. Hansel Mundy (con.)--1/1. 1/1I. Ivres Proprietary--1!2t, 1/2. Ives Proprietary (paid)-1/5. Mutoroo (con.)--/1..0 9i/9. 9/10. Mutooroo (pail)-10/6G, 10/s Mararoa (con.)--2/2. 2/2. -, Ivcs' 1es8Ward (con.)--2-,

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BEAUTY RECIPES Grandmother Used Them [Newspaper Article] — News — 24 July 1923

SBEAUTY RECIPES :Grandmother Used Them Wi6m?n of today hear so much of the beauty and exquisite complexions of their grandmothers that they will be interested to read a few of the simple, old-fashioned recipes used by the fair maids and matrons of those times. REMOVAL OF FRJECKLES. Of infinite value is an, old recipe for thL.~grmoval of freckles. In the first ilace ~it points out that freckles are exhibited mainly by persons of a bilious, tendency. -' Billousnes is aggravated by the heat of the sun, hence a fine crop of freckles is :the 'result of many consecutive hot d•ays. The external remedy--to quote the authority-should be a mixture of lemon-juice, borax, and sugar. All three must be mixed together, and left to stand for eight days before use. The best proportions are the juice of one lemon, 3 oz. of sugar, and one of borax. Another -ecipe culled from the same source is bullock's blood stirred into alum, a cupffl of the former to 2 oz. of the latter. The mixture must remain i, ...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BALLARAT HURDLE RACE. Two miles and 150 yards. [Newspaper Article] — News — 24 July 1923

BALLARAT HURDLE RACE. Two miles and 150 yards. st. lb. st. lb. Leddington .... 10 9 Mary Brown .. 9 3 Great War .. .. i ; Red Rona .. 6 13 Weeline...... 10 3 Dawn .... Laceup ...... 10 3 I Naoma ...... 6 131 Byrnite .... 10 I Sa King ....9 1 Hope Andria .. 10 1 Heatheron .. 9 0 lovernor Gay .. 10 0 Nomenicker .. .. 9 0 Genazanno .... 9 1 Go Silent .... 9 0 Dalcross...... 9 I1 Peter K. ...... 9 0 iLa Paloma .... 9 7 Gardee ...... 9 0 Black Gin ... .. 9 7 Carenzo ...... 9 0 'lamington .... 9 3 Sir Kit ...... 9 0 HANDICAP PON RACE. 14 a.u., 4~4 furlongs. Merrie England 9 3 Ritzan...... 6 13 Miss Cody .... 9 0 Rona........ 613 Toybelle ...... 8 1" Dawn........ 8 13 Welcome Home 8 3 Naoma ...... 6 12 The Lark .. .. 7 13 Commission .. 6 12 Little Jack .. 7 12 Haughty Lad .. 6 12 The Model .... 7 8 Winter Tommy 6 8 Deen........7 7 Sweet Vale .. 6 Lady Ethel ', 7 5 Shy Lass .. .. 6 7 Lightfot ......r i Elsinore...... 6 7 JULY HANDICAP. One mile and 100 yards. Royal Comedy .. 9 6 Atami ..-.....

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — News — 24 July 1923

E E SA General Motors Produd R )ENew Superior Chevrolet has become the world's Standard of economical trans prtation. Its power and e.iciency have been demonstrated in every territory ot the E globe. SEE THIS CAR BEFORE YOU BUYI MANN'SC MOTORS, LIMITED, E E Distributors for South Australia and Broken Hill District. 86-88 WAYMOUTH ST., ADELAIDE. 'PHONES, CENTRAL 6730, 5246, and 1939. Two Leaders In Their Class CA - Model X Six-Cylinder Touring Car. r PE Year-round full-value, all-feature "Classic Sir," in -which is combined almost unlimited power and luxuri ous restfulness. Let us show you its unusually economical Six-cylinder Motor and other superior, features. " £695 •r (· . D Flll High-qualit Low-priced Car, which embodli re tfements not usually found in cars so moderately priced. Meets every demand In strength, comfort, appear ance, and performance. Arrange for a demonstration. l£295 EAGLE MOTOR S, LT . , Sole Distributors for S.A. and Broken Hill. 46 ALBION HOUSE, WAYMOIUTH ST. ...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
For the Welterweight Title [Newspaper Article] — News — 24 July 1923

-For the Welterweight Title Jack Josephs is after Fred Segar's scalp. He challenges hinm to fight for the welterweight title of South Aus tralia, "I have been in Australia nearly 12 months now, and I have every right to fight for the title." he stated this morning. ''The contest can be for £50 or £100 a side. The purse can be cut up in any way Segar desires. If 1,e cares the wtiner can take the lot I make one stipulation, and that is there shall be three-minute rounds. Two-minute rounds are no good to me. "I amr living in this State now and I have a wife and three children here Since I have been in Australia I havy had only seven fights and eight spars I have not been able to get anyone to train with. That can be altered. "'If Segar won't fight he will have to forfeit the title. "I have beaten Seaman Hall, the English lightweight, three times, Mike loneyman three times, and Dannie $Forgan, who is in Australia, five times. 'I will enter the ring well within the welterweight limit."

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Melvin Outpoints McDonald After Hard and Fast Fight [Newspaper Article] — News — 24 July 1923

MIelvin Outpoints McDonald After Hard and Fast Fight After 20 rounds-of hard and fast fighting Lance Melvini secured a de cision on p]oints over AI. McDonald, of Victoria, at the Unley stadium last night. Melvin weighed in at 10 st. 10 lb., and McDonald at 10 st. 3, lb. The latter was the taller, and possessed the longer reach. He has a nice style, and should do well later. Melvin is of a nuggetty built, andA -t essentially a fighter and not a boxer. The fight opened up at a tremendous pace, the Adelaide boy assuming the offensive. He won the first two terms. In the third Melvin broke away from a clinch, holding himself low, and obviously hurt. "Eox on!" was given, and McDonald rushed in. But a heavy right drive to the solar plexus halted him. Melvin weathered the round, and in the next it could be seen that he was still suf fering from the effects ot.the blow that ie complained was too low. In the fifth term Melvin had the Victorian groggy, but let the opportunity go by. During the...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
V.A.T.C. [Newspaper Article] — News — 24 July 1923

V.A.T.C. When the first acceptances .were taken for the Australiin Hurdle Race and Steeplechase, the following horses remained in: AUSTALIAN HURDLE. Three miles and a half, lea 92 yards. -Run S~aturday. August 4. st. lb. st. lb. Berrinbo . . . 11 11 M&ownbay. . 10 4 Roisel . .11 3 ja O. . . 2 Pistolier . . . 10 11 Niepe . . . 10 1 Les Paddington. 10 9 Dunwil . . 9 12 Bendoc . . . 10 9 Olan Robert 9 9 Jar!kstaff . . . 10 6 Gulyarri . . . 9 O Amazonia ... 10 4 azax . 9 0 Chi?sostom . . 10 4 Lor- Benz . . 9 0 AUSTRALLAN 'SEEPLECRASE . About four miles. -Run Saturday. August 11. Haoma .... 12 6 I Bill Bluster . . 10 6 Berrinbo . . . 12 4 Cooport . 10 8 Oopina . . .. 11 12 Fastolf . .. 106 Monrose .... 11 ,2 Front Rank . 10 4 Roisel .... 11 10 Broodseinde . 9 12 Pimpara . . . 11 5 Agar . . * 10 4 Les Paddington. 11 4 !Clan Robert . 10 4 Liberate . . 10 13 Duntulm . 0 10 Bendoc ... 1l 2 IAlous . . 0 6 Sunnymead . . 10 9 Late Night * . 9 6 Loja ...... 10 11 Away Away . 9 0 Bright M...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TO-DAY'S PRICES [Newspaper Article] — News — 24 July 1923

TO.DA Y'S PRICES * The Refail Grocers' Association of South Australia this morning announced the following selling prices for produce: EGGS-Farm, I /11 ; tes~led No. 1, 2/1; new laid guaranteed 2[5. BUTTER--Best factory, 2[1 to 2[2; best separator, 2[ BACON-Best rashers, 119 lb. HAMS-Best, 2[- lb. CHEESE-- Matured, 1/8 lb.; semi-matured, I 16.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MR. D. J. GORDON BACK In Sydney To-day Impressions of England SYDNEY, Today. [Newspaper Article] — News — 24 July 1923

MR. 0. J. GORDON BACK In Sydney To-day Impressions of England SYDNY, Today. G~eat Britain is the best-governed -nd the most orderly country in the world, and is facing the work of re covery from the war in a courageous manner, politically and commercially. There is a confident feeling that nor mal condition. will be reached before long. Mr, D, J, Gordon That is the opinion of Mr. D. J. Gordon, M.L.C. of South `Australia, after a world tour, from which he arrived in Sydney by the Makura today on his way to -Adelaide. While abroad Mr. Gordon was fre quently in touch with Sir George Ful ler (Premier of New South Wales) and Mr. Lawson (Premier of Victoria). He said that on every occasion on which he had heard the Premiers speak they had struck a fine keynote for Australia. They had received won derful receptions in Great Britain. United States, and Canada, and, their interviews with men of high oflicial positions had been of great advantage to the Commonwealth. Mr. Gordon said he had al...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — News — 24 July 1923

ANOTHER N FOR mGH-CLASS ITAILORING ! SPECIAL OFFER OF TROUSERS TO MIEASURE! Of Heavy Serge, suitable for Rail Swaymen, Engil neers, Mechanics. E Guaranteed Pure PAIR Indigo Dye.. • . THIS IS EXCEPTIONAL VALUE TEVEN FOR US, AND WE ARE NOTED FOR " .-.-TLUES I~NMEASURED GA.RE.YI'S. , SWE HAVE JUST LNDED A BIG SHIP- ' MENT OF THIS LINE AT A SPE(CIAL " "" - PRICE, AND WE ARE HANDING THE · l b BARGAIN ON TO YOU. CALL TO-DAY . '? suiabl fo-Ral waymen, Engi OR UVRITE US FORA PATTEDS. MENt DO NOT OVERLOOK TIIIS" S SPECIAL OFFER 8 SUITS TO MEASURE MADE IN OUR OWN WORKEOOMS BY COMPE'FDiNT STAFF. GUAIANTED TO BLE PARFECT FIT TlNG AND CORRECTLY TAILORED. From the . 2/6Pick of . OurImmense II _ Stocks. OF COURSE, THERE ARE OTHER SUITS OFFERING AT CHEAIU PRICES U BYIMITATORS, WHO DESIRETO PENE- :H S Frr D UR SPECAL OFFER. BUT TO MET THE GENUIRNE O OVALUE IT OMPUST RE BRUGE'S. GTO-DAY'S SOPECIAL BARGAINS! Drapery D~ept Clothing Dept Produce Dept. F?ec-lit~ef Bloomers Eplecial , Vlale .'? Boys" Suit...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
VICTORIAN BASEBALL TEAM [Newspaper Article] — News — 24 July 1923

VICTORIAN BASEBALL TEAM The~carnival baseball matches are to be played in Adelaide oin August 18, 20, and 22. The Victorian team leaves on August 16, and is as follows:-Pitchers, R. Legg, C. Burley, E. Cowley, and E. Butler; catcher, N. Brendel; first base, V. Crawley; second base, A. Lord; third base, T. Malcolm; short stop. G. Davies; left field, G. Gibaud: right field, G. Rogerson; centre field. Wr. Balaam.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NEW YORK BEAUTY PARLOR Thrills Adelaide Woman [Newspaper Article] — News — 24 July 1923

NEW YORK BEAUTY PARLOR Thrills Adelaide Woman Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Cowan and Dr. I and Mrs. Darcy Cowan sailed for Lon don through America a few weeks ago. A? letter from one of the party says, in cidentally:-"WVell, here we are in this astounding city (New York). It really takes my breath away. Yesterday we visited the president of the Jersey Herd .Society in the Equitable Buildings here, and we were whisked up to the 36th stcrey. The building is 42 storeys high and daily 100,000 work in it. Oh Fifth XAvenue! Oh the lovelyladies! It is a good thing our husbands are so fond of us! I really think you would not know. me-I have been to a 'beauty Sparlor.' They put a 'mud pack' on your face and your skin looks so nice and fresh afterwards. Then, unless you protest (as I did), they proceed to pluck your eyebrows. 'Oh, madam, yours are much too thick-you would look charm ing with just a thin line!' The Ame rican women make absolutely the best of themselves, their clothes.a are mnost attrac...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Sporting and Sportsmen TATTERSALLS CUP MEETING. THE MINORU TRIAL HANDICAP. (Apprentice riders who have not ridden 20 winners.) One mile. [Newspaper Article] — News — 24 July 1923

.1 TATTERSALLS CUP MEETING. THE MINORU TRIAL HANDICAP. (Apprentice riders rbo have not ridden 20 winoers.) One mile. st. lb., st. lb. Uriah ....... 9 o rtremble ..... 7 4 King's Pardon .. 9 Muunkumboola .. 7 Double Musket S 5 Leamina...... 7 SIraitus ...... 8 4 Admirable Girl 7 1 Miss Aides ... 8 2 Isle of Iownit.. 7 ?1 Sobrlquet .. .. 8 2 Lantanus .. .. 7 1 Bla??l ....... .. 8 0 Melworthy .... 7 1 Purple Flower.. 8 u Naughtier .. .. 71 Bonnie Gift .. 7 13 Pistol B~rrel .. 7 1 Seawyn ....... 1 3 Tookawarra .. 7 1 Gold and Blue. ;7 12 Wallruth ...... 7 1 Red Checker .. 712 Earl Haig .. .. 7 0 Storm Crest .. 7 11 Ecnal ........ 7 0 Porzana ....... 7 1 Frivolous .... 7 0 Richloe ....... 7 9 Hurry ........ 7 0 Port Arms .. .. 7 7 Koonowla .. .. 7 0 Sealana...... 7 7 Loantona .. .. 7 0 Korachi .. . p Mystical ...... 7 0 Kothari .... .. 7 5 Princed Seal .. 7 0 Kyklos . ...... 7 5 Royal Monitor .. 7 0 Bon Tir ....... 7 4 Sir Mettu .... 7 0 Paisley Chiel .. 7 4 1 So Long .... 7 0 THE PERSIM...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MEATLESS MEALS Good Feeding For School Girls [Newspaper Article] — News — 24 July 1923

' MEATLESS MEALS Good Feeding For School Girls It is said that right feeding is one of the few things that really matter. We ultimately largely become what we eat and drink. This specially applies to the feeding of school boys and girls. It is too much the custom to imagine that meatless meals are only for grown ups. Some boys and girls either have a distaste, for meat or cannot digest £t. Among the mistakes in school meals is the way the vegetables are cooked. They are almost invariably boiled in water until they are rags. All the precious salts and juices are thrown down the sink, ?wvhereas those very juices would be a valuable medicine. Then boys and girls are not given nearly enough salads or fresh fruits. These and green vegetables are the purifiers of the blood and help to keep the body from becoming clogged. It 'is the elogging which often makes boys annd girls appear heavy and stu pid or reckless 'nd miserable. Another mistake is the hurry in which the meals are eaten. Half ...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Pleasant Speaking Voice Can Be Cultivated [Newspaper Article] — News — 24 July 1923

Pleasant Speaking Voice, Can Be Cultivated Beauty of voice.is not a gift of birth. By cultivation it 'can belong to any one. This of course does not: apply to the singing.voice, which must have compass as well as quality.. Few notes are used in the. well-modulated. voice, but those notes are sweet; - The poorer.the.voice the .more neces sary are lessons in the :art of voice production. Learh to read aloud. This is a rare and much appreciated art. ft ,.is rare' bedause intelligence and care.ful, - patient' ..Jractice are needed for its deyelopment. A .singer treasures her voice as she would"a.violin, hne'ier subjecting it to strain r. :.oveywork. An actress also treots her voice :as' an instrument. She learns how to laugh as well as how to -speak. It would be a good thing if girls'- were taught how to laugli' as well as--or instead of-to play the piano. Although voice 'culture is more effec tive before the age of 25 much can be done' for: the speakinig voice in -lateir years by intel...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
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