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GRAND NATIONALS Tinana and Sir Prim Favorites Late Melbourne Gossip [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 29 June 1919
GRAND NATIONALS lioaaa and Sir Prim Favorites Late Melbourne Gossip etBLBOUttNI, Batorday NUM. -As a rtaalt at hie rictorr at tloonit Vtllt- thlaj alttmoon. Tlnana hardened tor tba Oread National Hurdle. Race, and la tow tamrltt, wltb a illlhl call orer Will (XmT*rt. Both thatt kentt wtn nO tupporttd attar the race*. . .Tietaa hat tka ale* weight ot M lltb. »-_*» ''?. kurllM. at -*Ha,n Utt aaaaroar, win uoi jio. aad waa prtn- owtr ?OrtetafoJ la tka Klrby .aandlca* of aaflla. at Bendlgo. ma la Urto 41teo. Ttnaata It trabud by H. M-Oaiman, and U «lr»a.,by Mr. a. J. Wataoa, a pat tjraltaL or tkt Bokare ?utrlat. BtaUtt TJlatBa. M'Palmtn kaa three ataar koraet 4a tht Orasd MUool] HurfJt, a u*r ?ftaja. -«lnrt War, aad Tka Cowtltr. THtjM It M itatt. that BllentWay ?Till aat Hart, aad Tka Courtier li ait. W wMtktrr raaitr.. BtttajM. who ».b third to-dey. follo»« Tlaaaa and W1U Comfort la tkt ortad MaMtnad BartU vaottt. feplofwr cornet ?MCaad tkaa follow. Waymem, wfeata potltlaa H by aa awaa...
lAST NIGHT'S THEATRES "THE MIDNIGHT WEDDING" Military Play at the Royal [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 29 June 1919
USf NIGHTS THEATRES 'THE HIPMT WEDDING' military Pay at the Royal The rattle of sword's, the Jingle ol spurs, and tbe brilliance of Hus&iir uni forms prorlde so atlrcrtlrc eetttRK lo tbe dramatic episodes of 'The Midnight Wedding.' the military costume play re rived by Mr Allan Wllkle at the Theatre Roytl last nlihl. While somo scenrs, with their all too hurried tcMon, rmack strongly of the melodramatic, there la j scope for good acting, and this was amply trailed of by the company. Mr. Wllkle | acted with the proper touch of urcnjth : snd atralghtforwardneas required by the character of Pan] Vilmar, tbe unforlun- j ott younc ofllcer whose extraordinary I marrlaga with the heroine Is bnt one of the ending ezperlencet which ultlmstely lead to tka Tiadlcattoa «f bis name. At tbt Princess Attrea Hlea Pndlswyde Hunter-Watts played a dlmcult part with dignity snd wltb a tymptthy which won the approraj ot an audience which crowd *J tr»ry part of tba how. Mr. Oiiy HtttlBtt M a capa...
The Admiral Last Night's Dinner REPRESENTATIVE ATTENDANCE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 29 June 1919
The Admiral Last NighTs Dinner REP ESENTATlVrATTENOANCE Lord Jelllcoe and offlcers ot tbe navy Lbe Hotel Auelr«lifi by the tcci&ber* ol Ue Overs*. Bhlppinj Rerrcsennll«s At t IKtle before 7.50 p m tbe tr couniL'il b) tbe orcheetrp siriklut up the Tbe Slate Uuvuroor wta sccompanleil by Viscount Jtilkoe, 8ir Owen Coi. K.B.E aod Mr A. (iordon Wts.be Slale Obltl Jueike. is- u-rd «a-ui IAI Ocrn.oo R W KH-n.rjai. Mr I'mouu (Mlo;etrr for tbe Navy), cq.j KmrAJ nilral E P r.-aut Others pieetLl ID'-Iu'le': Mr. H. M Blair in1 Association. Mr. Beetj-, Mr. Win Urooks. M.L.C.. Mr. J. Uallhe sr ibel plan Onsull, Mr. W. N. Cutlilrrlion Ibnlrmi-n of Kr» foutb W»!' Ciuitsl Stcauiehlp Aseoclatlonl. Mr. C. :?? Canjp ana (French Consuli. Commo-lorv I rt-)«r. Captain A; C. Dunn romiumlorc huinar rci, Mr. E. A. Eia (E...eral minan^r IB A'lilralla ol the Coniir,..n«..«Hh :,ovrrn inent line ot elvsmersi. Sir Ueor^s Tull'r. Mr. J. C. U. Fit pntruk, Mr J, C Oar land. Sir Famuel Mordcru. Tapul'i Ooen M...
London Wool Market Competition Good [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 29 June 1919
London Wool Market (ompslilion Good ! LON'liOS'. Frlflny Evrnlni; -TV *n .1 I ' market Ii f.rm. At th« ul~i It,, n.m prtltli.n vii. koM for all inrl; st rrrtnl i The rolloMlni; jirlco wore- r»alli.»i|- — Nrw ?nijth WhlrB: Krlffi. T-M: Wol- I j l«bre. 7ft! «JU Til); T« over F. :.-'.1. .\-«- ! Zc.Uni: M.iuof«t]salitr. :|i,.l. Thr-c ' Crowns our Oeir. KM «nd 11', d. I
POSITION AT NEWCASTLE Four Deaths Yesterday [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 29 June 1919
POSITION AT NEWCAS.U roar Deaths Yesterday NEWCASTLB. Saturday Nljht.-Thc number of cases of Influenza, though mostly of a mild type. U locreaalng In tbe Newcaatlt district. There were four deaths from pneumontc-tnlluentt to-day. Hi., Richard Hlgglton, a. Newcullt: Marlon Kitchen, -T. Stockton: Joseph Drown, is. Islington (all of whom died In Waralab Influenza Hospital): and Lil lian Taylor, «. Cardiff (who died In Walla end Iaolatloo Hospital). There were lo-olgbt in patlenta In the Waratab Hospital, of whom two are cri tically III. Or. dangerously 111. It tcrlous ly III, 47 til. aod El conralescent. Thir teen catet were admitted to-day, and Hi discharged. Of the W Inmates of Wslrtesd RotplUI Ore are critically 111, 11 dangerously 111. 17 aerloualy 111. eight 111. and It conval escent. Two patleflta were admitted, and n-e discharged. Sapplyiig Patients With food NBWCABTLK. Saturday Brenlng.— Dor- Ing the week's eilstence ot the Iniueua kitchen at Hamilton, tw three hundred peraont ...
Octogenarian Dead [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 29 June 1919
Octogenarian Dead fJofLHlP.S. P»mrdBT-llr. Eilmr^ «?!? a ilrlvcr lor r.-M) and Om.ianj' In ! Mr. UO Ura Qto. Wlnb. of 'Rill- north.' Dnchirwlj, DxxllBf Pol»t,^«i» 'brate tbclr diver wedding to-dar. Th«jr -re» in-rTl«! lo Ullrcibaiir. Cap* Colour. Eoutb Africa, on June* 29. 1(91.
Maritime Strike OUTLOOK HOPEFUL Delegates to Interview Mr. Watt [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 29 June 1919
Maritime Strike OUTLOOK HOPEFUL Delegates to Interview Mr. Watt The outlooV In regard to the shipping strike Is regarded ss hopeful. Tbr members of the Federal Cornell 01 the Federated Firemen's and Beaturn'n Union are gaiherini In Melbourne, with io( Mr Wall. 1 be Acting Prime Mlnlatpr What pruposal! are likely to be subml ird to Mr. Walt Is nol kuowo. tbough tbe Keoeral opinion lu that the scameo «lll i.rs gremeo In full. Mr. Watt, bowever. uity offer cennln concessions— end aKjr*'t *o submit the other clrtlme to arblir4 ilou — n'hlcb will meet wltb tbf agreemen' or tbe Seatncn's Council.
"Made in Germany" THE KIEL REPORT Admiralty Says Ships are Afloat [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 29 June 1919
'Made in Germany' THE KIEL REPORT Admiralty Says Ships are Afloat r.O.VPON, FrMa.v Evening.— Tim Adnilrflll; aiinoujices t!)ol !!)(» (JiTin.in w.irshlps wlilcli wore rrfmrU'd «' bine ijffO snut nro still tllloat. Hnrly In t lio wot'k b iupssjxrp f roni New Vork stntprl that Wrimar Iinil ropnrtMl thnt Mip Oprman warships at Klrl anj olbcr fio.nnan bnrhors hml been iiunk. A later mc^nst? w:ik lo Ihe rfTiM-t thiil tlie First 1-ord of tlii! Admlrallr li«d nMt.-l la (in' H'HISO nf Cnmnwn lli.1t 1)0 la n«1 hern ri-1'..rt of the flnVlnc; nt tin- i ? ?? ni lil'l. ?
"Scrap Hummers." A Waterside Type One Tells his Pitiable Tale [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 29 June 1919
'Scrap Hummers.' A Waterside Type One Tells his Pitiable Tale FOR THE 'SITSDAY HEWS' I)Y A. M. BblTerln* In the chill blast of the '?-«- terly wind, a amtll. Ill-ilafl. «nd tern lolly under- noariiheJ i«-t at stoat nine year* of age crept along oar o[ tbe «hr«t wharite at Dtrllnt lulnnd. '.r rirtair. at tbe foot of thf TS0£»*er ot s Urie tailing fusel bcrthei at the «harf, the urchin bwude hlmpell up on' to (be dec* of tbe eblp. and disappears In the direction of the deckhouse irtHTa In the cook'i galley I: situated. You may tee ladt ot similar appear snee board Teasels At the tbtioub ?banes adjolclng tbe poorer suburbs, almost a*ery day, in the lanEuate of the marine cookl. to wbom tbey are well Blown, tbry are 'scrap bummers.' in tbe (nllry whltber the urchin has made hit way. the cook It leisurely c)e»rlol away tbe remains ol tbe I ml meal. A tousled be«d itppean round tbe door. 'A&r acrapt tc Mfirt. mlMttrV Tbv cook paases nlth a saucepan In bit band. 'Si-raps? W- don't ...
Farewell to "Goody Two Shoes" [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 29 June 1919
fareweH to ' Goody Two Shoes ' On Friday night ceJt, Sydney *lll bid farewiir to the me-ny delights of 'Goody T»o Shoes' «l Her Majesty's. The pan tomime will tbca hare completed lia Btirnth »eek In Sydney. Of all the Wll llntnson pantoDilmcs, thle hAl offered tbe fullest measure In quantity quality, and varletr. Tbe InHIM expenditure was ri.twbly five Hmea that Involved In the 1 roductlon of 'Mother Gooei1.' perhapl Rarrjy have there Iron to Jn&ns 'specl- alllca' engaged for the one proJuetlon.
New Movie Star [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 29 June 1919
N w Moyie Star ?A beauty, »lth « knowledge of bow to dress. Miss Madeleine Traverse 'ought on' with Australian Plrture Palace audi ences, who showed their approval of ber wcond Fqx pcoto&Jftr. 'Tbs Dnncer ?Ut HABJST LAUDER Ha apeu at the Falae* on Jnly 1Z Zone.' There are thrills tbroutbout tbe Sim, and ? I|bt near tbe Onltb that \eivea nolUng to be desired. Tbe hero ine leada up to every situation wltb rare ?kill. Tbe scenic effects are distinctly good, one of the scenes being modelled on Ui€ home of J. P. Morgan. A for comedy, wltb George Walsh doing some atrenuous fooling, U another on tba same bill of tare.
Married to the Wrong Man [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 29 June 1919
toral to -tk Wim; Max Tils wUInc ot * brtds for £1! pra'W« u muoal Iramatlo mi Is 'Msrrlrd to V» Wrnw Xsb,' wWcb was prrient ?4 la tkrUUBf fwklaa bj tbs Puller cwpaar »* °' Nawtawa Hajeatlo Tbtatr* last alfht. Tka atr»n«e eplsoda U followad Mr ?tmuar eats «hfn ibe UrttM d UM foraioUt aarantare If fMekm -umb, talian to i hospital, but ?MeHso a*J tla4 to ? bedpost In - far nrt. Ban ale uwa or wrltlnc on - .!? nUBm, Oa4u^nm- m% tk» Alkuitem Oh w»n t*\atf» tk* |Ut ol (ka ?» *k*, U Imfr U ?«?- X'- Armnk '?» »'?' ?MM tk* rdKtV WBkt ks to ba Hll»w«4 i»?Wmijgr *j .'At Olrl fnu Xnnr a
Allan Wilkie Players [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 29 June 1919
Allan Wilkie Players With rrlany tlflil'a peril..- moors of 'The Midnight Wedditu .' tho season of tlteatrerreri a wlile nnga of ilraraatl: fare. In their rerlvala of old favorites, thf* company bin challenged comparlaon »lth Ihp best of tbe actors connected with them In previous efforts.