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Grand Theatre Control [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
Grand Theatre Control Following the announcement in "The News" that Mr. M. Finkelstein had sold his interests in the Grand a small storm has been raised. sir. Chivers (manager of West's) one )f Union Theatres' shows, yesterday received the following telegram: "Please insert paragraph of denial that Union Theatres, Limited, is in any way connected with the Grand.--Stuart Doyle." In a statement made in behalf of Greater oWndergraph, Limited, by Mr. IN. Solomons today, connection with the Grand is denied. In conjunction with these statements it is interesting to note that the ori ginal statement published in "Every one's," the recognised film trade jour nal of Australia, was not denied. That statement was as follows: FINKLESTIN RPETI'R1S FRO!M ADELAIDE GRAND. "The resignation of Mr. Finkelstein from the Greater WVondergraph in Ade laide and his starting business in the Grand Theatre, Adelaide, on his own account had a startling sequel a few days ago, when Mr. Finkelstein sud denly sold...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
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FUTURE OF KENYA [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
IU .111UlIIII1111Il l J I 1 1tll . fiilll!!lJhl)? !unlilliN lli u filUullllliP FUTURE OF KEEYA Recent cables outlined the extent td which the British Government wasj prepared to grant self-government ti the residents of Kenya, in Africa. Tht prol)osals were followed by a storm of protest, particularly by the Indians. The past 12 months have seen one o the busiest years in the history o Kenya Colony, a periodr remarkable fo9 kaleidoscopic change in the economiq and political aspects of the countrd and of considerable promise for ti~ future prosperity. The year opened with the question of Indin status un. decided. Yet against a handicap whict has retarded normal development, de, terred the influx of new settlers an fresh capital, and unsettled tihe mind of the community in ienya, the cdund try has made steady progress. With the removal of the political in ctbus carried for years, and the affrmation of the principle of the de velopment of the African tribes upoz( recognised lines of We...
ADELAIDE CHORAL SOCIETY GIVES FINE PERFORMANCE [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
ADELAIDE CII RAL SOCGIETY (lIVES FINEPERFORMANCE The performance of "The Creation" by the Adelaide Choral Society at the Adelaide own Hall last night was bril liant. There was a large audience. The Adelaide Royal Choral Society has not been long in existence, but it has impressed itself deeply on the musi cal comnmunity. Under the conductor ship of that gifted and refined musi cian Mr. John Denmpster its influence will increase, and be o( great benqefit to tlhose, interestedJ,.o n %hbehigher ;.fgrns -of music. Mir. cn Dempster .has prived in other directions that he is not partial to the meretriciius and commonplace, and all his work is charisterised by re finement and taste. The triumph of the evening was "The BHeavens Are Telling," in which the chorus excelled all other efforts, and sang with such nerve, precision, and brilliancy as to earn an imperative re petition. Madame Zelman was entrusted with the lovely music for osprano. Her singing of the aria "The Marvellous Wcrkis" and ...
STAGE AND SHADOW-SHOW "THE POWER OF MUSIC" Moiseiwitsch At His Best HOLDS AUDIENCE SPELLBOUND [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
(By "Thespian.")- - "THE POWER Or MNUSIC" ~-- , _ Moiselwitsch At His Best --- HOLDS AUDIENCE SPELLBOUND .(By Renneth Scott.? Moiseiwitseh is neith?pr a~ gymnastic Zark Hambur; porad ]l with varfa tions.-he is 6ssk~niti~ly hF~imself. He ma3y have. been disapiobintekd at the Theatre Roy'al last night, for the setting.. was against him. The cold warmth of a painted fireplace and the unpictured bleakness of a fake room do not add to the general interest of an audience. The only furniture were the Mason & Hanlin piano that has seen many a tour and a well-padded chair. Yet the virtuoso conquered his sur roundings before he appeared. He bowed with never a smile, bowed again as he gained his appointed seat, and managed to sit down without pull ing his coat tails behind him. He did this feat successfully on each appear ance, to the wonder of the three flap pers who sat behind me. Mr. C. Tait- averred that Molsel witsch was never in better form, and he ought to know. The artist has b...
DAY BY DAY [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
DAY. BY DAY Apart from "Robin Hood" United Artists have several other big features booked for showing in Adelaide. In cluded in the list is "The Sin Flood," James IKirkwood's story of the mad preacher: "Rememhrance," written and directed by the famous American nove list Rupcrt Hughes; and "Souls for Sale," Mr. Hughes' story of life at Hollywood. The lastnamed is played by a cast comprising the leading stars in the film world. Little Lorna, at the Majestic Theatre, and the popularity she has gained proves that stature is far from being essen·tial to success in vaudeville. Her impersonations are admirably done, and so much do the audience appreciate her act that she is forced to do a double encore after each item. Nell and Braddy Shaw have made themselves popular with Majestic audiences with their vocal and instru mental sketch. Their trombone and saxophone solos are charming, while their songs and stories are interesting in the extreme. Charles L. Sherman, Now appearing at the .Iajes...
RACKMANINOFF COMING Mr. Charles Tait's Plans [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
RACKMANIHOFF COMING Mr. Charles Tait's Plans During next year Adelaide theatte goers and lovers of music will be well supplied,: according to the statements made by Mr. Charles Tait, who is in Adelaide. "The next famous artist to make the Australian tour will be RackmaninoiT," he said, "arrangements having been completed. It is expected that he will be heard in Adelaide some time next year, although it is too far ahead to give the exact date. "My brother Nevin has just left Italy, where he has been engaging artists in connection with the Melba Opera Com pany. He has signed contracts with two double companies, each member of which has been appr6ved by Melba. 'he opera companies will be in. Aus tralia this November. "We are looking for'ward to a par ticularly successful season. The sum of £35,000 is being spent on remodelling IHer Majesty's in Mlelbourne. The place is being practically rebuilt. Vhen finished it will be one of the finest In Australia. "There are a. number of other attr...
Mr. Marden Farewelled [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
Mr. Marden Farewelled Following the announcement that Mr. C. F. Marden, manager of TWonder graph, wa.s leaving for head office, the theatre staff arranged a pleasant sur prise,. and presented him and Mrs. Marden with an inscribed silver tea service. In making the presentattion the musical director, Mr. Hal Henning ham, said that although Mr. Marden had only been wvith them for four months the staff felt kindly towards Mr. C. F. Marden him. and were sorry he was going. They wished him and Mrs. Marden the best of luck. Mr. Marden thanked them for the gift, and said he was sorry to be going. He also thanked them for the spirit of genuine co-operation they had shown and the way in which they had worked to make the Wondergraph the success it was. At the same time he pointed out that the manager was only a figurehead, and that it was the orga nisation behind him and them that made the show.
New Turns at Majestic [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
New Turns at Majestic At the matinee at the Majestic to morrow two big new acts wvil ma!l;e their first appearLnce. In Ernest Krake and (Co. thea.tregoers w~ill see a smart bar turn. The iKrakes recently arrivedl from London, where they have been starring in the big halls. The other is the lifting and balancing of the two Melurs, English equilibrists, h?o perfr'nn sensational feats. Unl:ke .tre crant a, fD5Win art &lt;aumes .hills thfferi unr35.~
BOY SCOUTS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
P>OY SCOUTS' ASS0OCIA.TION. Tht. GUl?RIAR[TON V. St. OSVAILD'S.--ilbeton from McKenny, Gooper (2), Grifnths (2), Prog ley?, IRogers. Von I:inem, Whitebead, Rush, Milne, Anrmtrong, Morton, Medwell, Dilliwnav 2). HIeard, Cony, Kinuckey, Medlow, Spargo, and Wilson.
NAVAL PRIZE MONEY Distribution Starts This Month LONDON, August 2. [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
NAVAL PRIZE MONEY Distribution Starts This Month (REUTER'S;) LO)NDON, August 2. The Admiralty announces that, it has decided to make a supplementary dis tribution of naval prize money, begin ning on August 8. The full-value:of one share earned by 30 months' qualifying service is 10/ Only those entitled to share in previous distributions should apply. Payment to ex-ranks and ratings of the Royal Indian Marine and the naval forces of the Dominions are to be made by the Indian and respective Dominion authorities.
GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
GENERAL. M-lRRYATVILLE V. UNION (Newstcad).- Ap. plsee (2), Brogan, ]Harr, Bosen, Breen, E"llery, Hlopkins, HIeffiernan, Jamnes, Martin, Nixon, Nic holls, 'Pears.e (2), Smith (2), Stratton, Thompson, and Willing'ton. -SOUTHI .AlDELAIDE JUNIOIR V. WEST TOR RENS CENTRAL (latter's grounds).-Juniors from--llargreave (capt.), Stanrford, Tully, Keith, Martin, Lockyer, Fulton, Wallis, Omond, Cck.k, Gox, Miller, Ashby, Cole, O'Connell, .lor dan, I)onaghy, Ryan, Barnes, Flynn, Iligihetlt, ;Burt, and Read. WOOI)VIIjE UNrITED V. IYD)E PARK. I-Woodville from-Woods (capt.), Wilson, Perry (2), Sprigg (25, Godson, llamunond, C.rner, Smrallaco-mbe, )urall, Mortess (3), Thomas, Hughes, Sargen.t, 'amptori; resenrves, Bung"", Evans, Wallace, and Carr. NORWOOD UNION.-Bailey, Brogan, Onirtin, Talbush, Oranwell (2), IHart, Gould, Jones, Loc Iktt, McArlthur, Norman, O'Neil, Page, Rodger, ;nrell, Sullivan. Woods, Warmen, Taylor, and Drymalik (capt.). l'. lGNKIs'US' V. ST. LAWRENGCE'S (Barton terrace, N.A.)...
KOOKABURRA ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
KOOKALEURR.L A.SOOLL'lTON. L?lYTANI'S V. EIDN (Eden).--~iaylands from -Cowan, COpeland (capt.), McQueen (vice-capt.), MeKenzie (2), Martin, 1arih. Tilk, G(iddings, tllihardson (2), Thomas, ,lJohn· n, Rogers, Lang, Stevens, 'T'homan, Thlede (2), I)ixey.
KITCHENER'S HOME H. D. McIntosh's Purchase SOLD BY EARL'S NEPHEW (UNITED SERVICE.) LONDON, August 1. [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
KITCHENER'S 1OME H. D. Mclintosh's Purchase SOLD BY EARL'S NEPHEW: (UNITED SERVICE.) LONDON. August 1. Mr. FHugh D. McIntosh has purchased the late Earl Kitchener's beautiful home at Eroome Park, Canterbury, Kent, from Viscount Broome, Earl IKit chener's nephew, to.whQm the property descended through his father, Col. Kit chener, the late Field Marshal's. elder brother. It is a magniflcent building, of four storeys and 50 rooms, standing in grounds 662 acres in area. There are gardens and wooded park lands. The place is nine miles from the Folkestone-Dover road. The house is sumptuously furnished, and contains many of Earl Kitchener's heirlooms and relics, to which one room is com pletely devoted. Another chamber is entirely furnished from the Imperial Summer Palace at Pekin. Earl Kitchener, never doubting the victory of the British Army in the dark est days of the war, spent all'his avail able capital on the property, devoting his little spare time in 1914-1916 to the embellishment ...
EASTERN SUBURBAN JUNIOR ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
E.AST?E-?RN- SURITR N .IUNIOR ASOCJATION. L~A .\YIADS B V. STA?t RIAMBLERI S (latter'.M cronnd).--Ma1ylandq from-Andcr-on, Andrews, Baker, Brittain, Bobridge, Oox (capt.), Copeland, DIraper, Ea..son, Ferg-uson, .laekson, Joyce, Knight, Lane, lewis, Mareh, (sbxlerne, Ruskin, Smith, and Willians. Star IRamblers from- Stevens (capt.), Jacobs, Bonney, )Davies, 1ob -n, Ward, Matthews, Paype, lens?n, Stanton, Ilolder, Mold. Btldrsey. \Villianms, Barrett, Philo lips, ]'arish, and Wallman.
SIX DAYS' VIGIL Gales and Mountainous Seas SHIP DRIVEN FROM COURSE MELBOURNE, Today. [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
SIX DAYS' VIGIL Giales and Mountainous Seas" sP DRIVEN FOM COURSE SHIP DRIVEN FROM COURSE MELBOURNE, Today. Heavy gales and mountainous seas, considered to have been the worst ex perienced in the Indian Ocean for mnany years, drove the Aberdeen liner The mistocles, which arrived yesterday, many miles out of her course from Capeto·wn to Albany. The ship had to travel 100 miles more than usual, and her arrival in Austra lian waters was three days behind schedule time. Anxious for. the safety of the ship and pas?engers, Capt. W. M. Germyn had a sleepless time and remained continuously on duty for six days.
PUBLIC SERVICE LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
PrLBIC,, SHIRVIC[E Lfl'tAGUE. PORT SERVICE UNITIFJD V. LANI)DS AND SNRVIEY (P'olice grounds).-Port Service from Aniitoney, Barnes, Brooks, Oar. ecapt.), coxlrbe, Daniels vice-capt.), Edward3, Gynell, Greenberg. Greer. IIugbes, Moate, IMcKenzie, O'(irady. ieough, Sa-ford, Tain.ch, Webb, Quick, and Weltfare.
ARCHITECT-IN-CHIEF V. ENGINEERING. [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
A1-3MrlIT'rP-j~'N-mOrIEF V. E,,G3?F?UE?lG. Arcthitct-in-Chief from--Beatty, Campb~ll, Car ter, C(lift, Outton, George, Gray, 1Iureley, Jack son, Fisher, Moroney, Nation,. Nicholls, M)orti mer, Rlichmond, Spott~-ood, Vowells, Wooleton, Write, and Brunton (capt.).
NORTH ADELAIDE DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
NOrfTII ADFIlAIDE DISTRICI' A.SOCIATION. ITSLITNGTON V. GAZA (Walkervillo grounds). Iflington frcm---Arnmld, Burnan, Burford, Conole ("), Dillon. Denisan, (;ubbins, (Gi~wn, (Gid dings, Huxley, tHo.itl- Mitch.e!l, Quigley (2). Richards, Veale (2), \Whe!an, \Washington, Wil liamson, Way Lee, Wagerer, an.d . Young.
CATHOLIC ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
CATHOLIC A.9SOCLL'TrON. RT. FRANGISL XAVIER V. Sr. TfOIE5LA' (O1L lege ground.).-St. Francis-Curran (capt.), HIan.on, Curran. Sullivan, Markham, O'Connor, Power, I?.ahy, LIanarahan, Hguhe., (wens, Mcln erney, Murphy, Allen, Hanley, Fee'ne. Rogr;, O'Dea, Rwe, Sand, Cronin, Oullinan, IRowve. IX)OORZ) V. S'. ILrPllAWL'S.--4t. Rlaphael's from-Cahill, honsidine, Day, Doherty. (2), Fahicy (2), Jones, Kay, McKiern:ni, ,illane, O'Neill, Phillipson, Richardson, SawTyer (s), \White, Wil kie, Ryan, anrd Mclntyre.