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CREMORNE THE SNAPSHOTS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

CREMORNE THE SNAPSHOTS Al^liougli 1lic i-urrciit. prngramui!1 of thp Snapshots »-t' !W'2-j \\;is L-nli-ulat^ii j to ap])e;il mostly io duo's st-nsc of [ Iiunuiur, the fvu «'.-(s ncvr-i- -i\'.;ni(iiic. i .'.ml tin1 'inijT ;iiii! i!:ni(-t' mmiluM's won I delightfully iiiti']-sji-.»iis-(!. (.'.uio ;iiw.! i Cyriotla, who m;ide their first :(jij-fnr- lanop. :ii-- W.nifois --i' outstanuing .-ibility ; anil llieir ' Fant:i-;;t nl! the DaytTi''''' ;jml tlio '?D:i!i¥i' f'ijf.-iiorro'' \v .?-]?(- «-.'.i:ir:ictcrisfd l-y : wealth of ^i:n-c and perfect ilivth]]]. j Thp evolution nf (I ;uii-;. nj;. v.'nvii was j ij!tro.-J;i--o.l !.y M:i ScwK'ii, ti-M h.viv ' ilaiu-iiig v.-f.s bikini. :ni'l .'is it is il.-iiu1 ! ti)--l;iy. Mi.-s N'^iiie Laffevty w;ss :n I goo-l vt-i--o. :;in! her n-mlif ion of '-';:;- jiiioua'' ilit'.v grr::1 r;)ijii:n;si\ Mr. Cyril jlline** is mil! wliit-ii iflls vi-- of iiis I rioli barit omr vdii:o. -loi; Brennan, 'uie of Uio pihicip.-il fwnmakoi-p, proved :i great, atir.-n't ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
BOXING INJURED EYE THAMPSON UNLUCKY GIVES, IN TO WILLIAMS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

[?] ^ffilURED RYE, K«Ipson unijlMc^ IfcilVES, IN TO WILLIAMS v; jgySFji^feT. Saturday.— 'Suun'v 3ha-\ w^liiiyiT^ the American coloured boxer. HnlaecL^ technical kuuekout decision ?Safe \ George Thompson, ' tbc ?; Heavy ^«j^giit%liaBil-ioii i»£ Australia; after. 47, ^founcts£t tlio Sydney Stndiiun' to:aigJjt. l|| Thoiijfpgoii 'e seconds ^'skio-tV-: the H»**V*5:| «wiug to tbv-' A*iBtraIiaipJv ijpigM ej-o being jiraoticaJjy flosod^'Wii moing.''' Jjail ' a slight lead, in points. -at H^^'tifflfei liut ThoniiJSuii was bv;.- tip H^MO8'iH out. With rlie exception1 of raffie-?yjM lie was as rrcsu as *- imuuip. 1 |»|§iEiiieTSglit served to demonstrate that llpilifeiifr; its a lV-r.g wny nff tlie iiiain iS^sship' «l&ss.. - K|lirs*BALIAlir'S IN-FIGHT&rG. .] ^^Phon^soB- scaled 12.3 qsid Williams j |p^^ mie «rst five rounds were | ^^ly rrou by the Newcastle boxc*. j ^j«ghtin|r in the -clinches he punished j ?PtiManis severely about the body. W'ii- ] ?Suites- jiffs ail at sea, and...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
ATHLETICS SCHOOL SPORTS BUNDAMBA PUPILS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

4THLETICS SCHOOL SPORTS BUNDAMBA PUPILS Th? pupil? -,f Iho Bmidiimb.i Stat- scbuul '. on Friday lir.W their anr,i\al spurls :-.t O:l-so» ' Island. thr#e motor boats conveying wore Jban ? ?iflO impils Etid friends. The foilowins arc the results :— i I'l.'tt Kacf1.— fi'irls. Srven and undfr. Ji-aii : Brookes 1. tt. M-t.-:ilf J : nine ami uml.T V. j Frost 1. V. Peitftt 2: 11 and under. E. Mot- , rait 1, II Wendt i: IS nnd under. V. Sru:ir: j 1. K. ralframaii 2. Boy?: Seven and untier. M. Wrisbt 1. S Diihlm 2: nine :in-l und-.-r. I.. Lolicland 1. K. Hejloy -' : :i an-l iiiitn-r. C. M'lnlyre 1. K. Ptda i: 3U and umK-r. IS. Jisthis;-!! 1 S. Oomhif 2. 1 Sl;ipii!n? Raco.--Tj. Smith J. 1'. Kcttlr -J. ' ThrcadiiiR Xeedle.— M. ilcUulf I. li Jiinios ' Bowliii? at Wlclirt.— H Whiic. Cup aii-l Ball ftaoe.— H. CarutiivrK 1. S. S..ady PilJow Fiffl.t.— A. \iv-n. High Jump.--Bn.vs: ?. Mi't.-.iif 1. -:. M'in 1-.ro .ind .1. Sandersnn ^ j;irl.- : V. Sm:ir: 1. K. Kettle 1. Novelty Ua--c (boys).— E M:-.tl...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

COOti AlttD REFRESHING— COMFORTABLE CHAIRS fiCREMORNE ^6 PRODUCED BY HUGH HUXHAM. i: ? HUGE SUCCESS OF ? I CARRIE and CARLOTTA | CONTINENTAL WHIRLWIND AND ACROBATIC DANCERS, Direct from their Triumphal Season at THE AMBASSADORS, SYDNEY. *i In addition to the Complete Change of HUMOROUS PRETTY CLEVER SKETCHES, SONGS, DANCES, PRICES: Week Nights, Reserves 3/ (plus tax), Unreserves, 2/, l/. Children Half Price, Saturdays and Holidays, 4/, 3/ (plus tax), 2/, 1/. BOX PLAN AT PALING'S. After 5 p.m. Ring J3926. In. response to numerous requests, PREFERENTIAL SEATS are r.ow ??' ':. '-'. . available at 4/ (plus tax). ; ; . . . ^»H|^KI - The home of | VIOLINS!!! | | f~» RICE VIOLINS are exquisite I | - VJ with their first rich tone, and | .;_ j day by day become more seasoned i \ and mellowed by the throbbing I melodies they help to create. The i ? j ? Jonger you play them — the sweeter | j they grow. ' W' ? * 5b ' \ '? -'? English and Continental makes in stock, §3 I including the ' Whitmars...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

ij The COHTINENTS.^B3SB^P ^ 1\ ^ -via Northern Territory, Queensland, New South Wales and Vicfpna) -|y £l 3380' miles —Darwin to Melbourne ^ ill 205 Hours ? 1'B'v '- :A $ The history of automobile acfaieyement ;igt ;^ijjgtralia contains,/ ^S :?_, I no finer performance than that l jdit ;reo3r^^pifep^^srs; ^'Birtles' ^M 'ft J ? jind Barlow in their 14 h.p. 'BEAN*^ snbi^^fifi^ I^Sr* ^ The inen, machine and tyres have come through- a .supreme test that is .^ ?'-'.-.- - ^ unparalleled in this part of the world. Imagine what the tyres had to with- j| :^'V;', r % stand on this day and night drive — over some of the roughest tracks in the N|; ' S continent. They were standard covers and £ubes, and the :|je«taf^her enhances fc ::1:. J the great reputation Dunlops have ioft, fign|arkable ser\ic^^4» dependability. sflwrr ; ' : ?| dvnlop rubber co. of AuSt. ud. Garages stock arid^fecommend theiii^^ X Ml StaT-a and N ^ ^' ?^?* BRISBANE HOUSE: 268-74 Adelaide-street. \'±'X- [ HAL EYRE And His Ca...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

Hi p a 1 f| ? 1 tM ViySlal rala€i NOV. 19, 1926. ?I 'GREENHfl)i| MOVIE BAIil Absaipteiy the Greatest -Dance . AttoCliW ' : . of the Year. ' 1 A NIGHT FULL OF PEP; » ^ ? .-'.- ' .?:- HiHsiudinB Snappy Ballet ' fftfcfes' I ; .-J - Speciality Act, and Dances'.''' ' j; ,'.-, AND - ? : GEE; , 'j WHAT'S — ? .THISJp? ESKIMO PIE BALLOT! RIGHT OFF THE ICE. J ' DELICIOUS GlfSLS AND DELECTABLE Vl€- Prizes for Rr-st Kcprestnt.ititin of Moviei? ' . Stars and Sets.. ' -? ? ''i Alsp fdr Best Representation of : GREENKIDE '' *.j ? ---\i-' X.Ol'. GUESS WTLLT lT.,ISi ? 'I' TICKETS, including Supper, 10/fi. :? .TitUipfs and Alcove Reservations r.obtsia.iW -iL. -rating's or tfie Crystal Palace. X* ;) WgF^' HPTA/Y^IT' T Commencing '^^B W . X V VJLjL TO-MORROW i H j|§§ Only the author of fj§l ? 'The Sheik' could ' ? Mm write such romance |£^ _^|H Wm in the purple and ^m^^^^^l %* it a^mlmm M rcarlet inks of life. H^^^P^ ,.- A XZSBM A woman's faithlessness ^H JnH ?^d^BBfiJ^^^JHfllfw^ * W# J* drove him from...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
LOGAN AND ALBERT [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

LOGAN AND ALBERT I SOUTHrOET. Saturday.— The inter-diMr;-.* j final in the 0 jo'ade men's section of 'ne ! Lcgdn and Albert Association fixtures \r-i.-; j played at Bcenleigh to-day betwei-n Tabo.V.ia ? (winners of th-- BeenleiKli — Beaudcsert fl:«i sions) and Ashsrove (winners of the SouLii port — Coomera divisions). The result was an , e?sy win for Tabooba by 30 games. Detailed , scores : — ] W P. Cahill and D. P. Cahill (Tabooba) v D. Andrews and V. Kllcm. C-l. C-2. «-i; v S. Hohnlie and F. Darney. 6-4, C-3. 0-1. ? X. Kluck and U. r.ihill (Taliooba) r 1). An- : drews and Vellem, 0-3, 6-3. 2-6: v S. Honnkc ' and F. Uawney 6-2. 4-6, 6-1. Totals: Tabooba, 10 sets CG games; Ashgrove, 2 boIs 30 irames. ' Tabooba are the winners of the Losan r.ivl j Albert district premiership in the C fradu men's section.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
TILDEN FOR WIMBLEDON [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

TILDEN FOR WIMBLEDON -ACSTEALIAX CAULK SERVICE.) 1X)XDOX. Saturday.— William f'Bls BUI' » Tiiden. llio American tennis star, has iatiina:-ju ; his intention to visit Europe in ISiT. wlu-:i fo , will romi-ete iu tlic Wimlilc-don gainos. i

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
SUBURBAN ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

SUBURBAN ASSOCIATION The Suburban Lawn Tennis Association's championships were continued on Saturday ! afternoon in fine, bright -weather. -, In the open singles Crowley registered a meritorious performance by defeating How- 1 ard in straight sets. At Musgrave Park: Mrs. Dowling. after defeating Miss Thipps 1 at 6-0. C-0. went down to Miss Coleinan after a' fairly evenly contested match at 0-1. C-4. Scores: — FIRST GRADE. . Ladies* Pintles Champions-liip. — Mrs. . Powlins v Mif-s Phipp-;. CO, H-U; Miss, rolpman v Mrs. Dow!in£. 6-1. --'-i: ^^s : ITatten v Miss Dix. 6-1. 6-5 ; Mi;s Pralten ; v Miss Wilson. ?!-«. 6-4. 0-:?. { Men's Singles Championship. — Crowley v ; Howard. 6-2. 8-8. j Special Simrles. — Pat. Earner v P. I Daniclls. C-0. 6-4; -Turner v M'Conasliv, ( won by former on a forfet ; Turner v j M 'Baron, won by former on n forfeit. ! Junior Singles. — Hood v M'ICee, 6-1, 7-3. : Men's Doubles Championship. — IJufu^ — j Phipps v Saess — Todd. 6-4. 6-0: Turner — Hood v Sbeard —...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
WYNNUM [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

WYNNUM - A ('Jrafle. — Bsrunjra rlofcstofl Torrid?? Uy 23 Ramo^. Malvern defeated Ivanhoe by ono game. B. Orade. — Hibernians I defeated I.ny view' I by 6 games. C Grade. — Baptist I (Jpfoatoct 'Wynnnin Xor;h by one game. Bayvievi- II defeated Golden by one same. D Grade ? Hibernians H defeated Sylvan II by 34. Kval defeated Baptists IT hy 0 game*. .

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
WIN FOR SAUNDERS FRANK LOCKE SURRENDERS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

[?] [?] ^^Soilest .--between : ?' ¥riS ?? 'tocV P|^gjiffri)aday' SaunderB- -10.0|) -at ^^Sm : on Satnrday night drew ^^nail1 Attendance, an? lasted l*ut wflonnids. '' ; ( ? ' ^ca©erE is a coloured American, and S^^is first, appearance |n ^bane. l^&Biproyea tkailw -ffal a inore ac ^^^nncher thaniiockc jmd justified ^^^4ence ^ hi* snpportors -Who laid |||g3&£; $ to .4 on him.. ' piglptn : nixfrh Tonnd Iioeke was down Upreft' to life corner looiiiig 'knoeked: BprJHfc ' secOnOs then Hu-ctf in his ^gj^fe'efs earned the. plaudits x-f the ffl^@irs by his scrupolously fair Mmm «E fighting. In the first ^|pe inocked' Locke alinoet through ^^Spes/ but pulled lim hack and ^ 1 to Ma- feet. Several times ^maJTOting- rounds Saunders sctod ^^^,f creed the . fighting throughout §gB$ii&; pnnehes were ill-directed, and ^^^-r .a few left rips to the body he ES^^^-SB^Ee many impressiTfe cotmfce P^Sauadert used a fair etraight ||||£j^£6cfce rushed forward, and his SpIS^'1'- alway...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
COLLAPSED IN BATH [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

^ffiiAPSED IN BATH mgm ? ' :: ? '?? ^&lw^ 'lialdman,' a mariied -nin)i, vrho ' l^^^jat -Bulimba-street, Bulimba, ^^^^Udenly at his honje on Saturday ?P^^n. He appeal ed- all T^fht hi jffiplaSifnoott, but collapsed while bar |^^^t%^- ? Hb. tras dead l-ef or» «^t-j »pf»a fcc obtained. ?-. :- J V

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
THE MAJESTIC "WAY DOWN EAST" THE JOSE SISTERS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

THE MAJESTIC 'WAY DOWN EAST' THE JOSE SISTERS One of the best pictures ever made 5s entitled 'Way Down East,' fea turing Lilian Gish :nid Richard Barthelmess. Such was the success of this great film (originally made some years ago) that the United Artists assembled all of the o)d east available. inc.lii'Jiiigr Lilian Gish ami Kich.ird Bart helm ess, and having re-ereotcd th-.- studio remade tiio picture, which is exactly like the first, phis the latest improvements in photography and the cinema art. The picture will be 1 sc-reened three times daily, morning, afternoon, and night, for three days, commencing to-morrow. The co-star is a. .1. V. Williaiiismi film, starring Jack Pcrrin, and entitled 'Silent Shelden,:- a story of the his toric trail by which early pioneers made their wav across America. The Jose Sisters will make their debut as specialty vaudeville artists. These two Brisbaueites have been well trained as instrumentalists, with a view to entering the theatrical pro. fessi...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
WRESTLING DRAWN CONTEST CLAPHAM AND YOKEL [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

[?] r Irawn . ?dBWtfesT''* ||r ?Mpi.BOXnJNEf Satur-lay. — 'Sam' pibLTftiift and 'ilike' Xokel, *ach 15.10J, pjrtes»?lt an eight rounds' draw at the] feafolbpi&no Stadinnx to-night. : It Tras j ISai. xiigged. rigorous contest , tlitoughout, - ^^|fi»uKh Tolcel seemed likely to prc- ! rail -la B16 early stages, Claphara'a slieiijeth and deterniinatuon euublcd liini ' fojcfci mattere. ! t^Hui^rst round ?vrai^?- fast and 4'-'r'fe-. J ibtpJi'l^aid h lot of ?attmition to Hie I ^adsi3-nt Yokel's hoits'*and* ?slaps, :nt«(l' feB;'4i%lrb Ga'pham, failed in their mtesAttJii- ?' ' '??- tialf the socond round irns 1 ^K%ith Tokel in a poweriU body-, rasrar- and arm bar- but. by dint of i ^dSpous turniBff and ? wriggling, he ! ifea^.'ifrom trhct appeared a hopeless 1 mm- x ...... I |3&t;!|SP; next two routids Tokel ehowedi acre^ji'* and ste-ater variety in at- .j &«kSii^Glapham did .*rell in the fifth, ^aiiijf*irith body gciesors and arn: bars. paid Jpijfte plsth» with a Ber...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

b:-;:/*-^ Brisbane's Dancing Resort Iml |;j OF DELIGHTFUL APPOINTMEPTTS |\\| |.| Monday (2/). Thursday (4/4). lUUB H .'{ Popular Night. Formal Night lHlil fi* ? : ' } - Tuesday (2/). Friday (3/3). IhUh p.l Popular Night. AUSTRALIAN CHAMPION- \m H ty ' ' / / Wednesday (2/). SHIP — FINAL. I|M B K ?...'!) Benefit: Nazareth Home Saturday (2/ and 3/3), l\\\ M li'i I Appeal Queen. - Popular Late Nl'jTt. \\\ B Ml Oanee in Cool Comfort ANY Night. \\\ JB mi I Ring JI576 or JI884 for an Alcove. \\ ^- « m i 1 To those u-ho I I contemplate j || purchasing a l 1 m ? i ' j - i | Talking Machine 1 :§. . ^'-^^ ' ? - ?? ^ iS| \j \f ^^ oa?e ^ to Tiour' i j| If selues to investigate I jg F . the merits of the nei» f i|' / His Master's Uoice ,' I ^?; Qramophone —The t || TUonder Instrument of the age. 1 !§? Sq special toae chamber J ju construction and elsctricall^ \\ IS- recorded records, these u?on- ' % j^ derful instruments qi»e you a' i I?} rendition u?hich is the nearest | ||i approach to the actu...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

1^ ?^^?™'^™™* I^JiTHE THEATRE BEAUTIFUL. PfejESTIC MX r PICTURES AND VAUDEVILLE. - 9!r D. W. Griffith Presents m ' M~ LILLIAN GISH ; RICHARD BARTHELMESS in ^WAY DOWN EAST' The World's Greatest Cinema Achievement. Full Supporting Picture Programme, including JACK PERRIN in ? -SILENT SHELDON.' And en the STAGE, at 3 and 8 THE JOSE SISTERS. — Esme and Altia Xyionphon* Experts and Specialty Artists. Plan Theatre, 3048. , Commencing TO-MORROW Glorious Gloria Swanson 'THE UNTAMED LADY' S gowns,- Love Affatri. Comedy, -and Drama, characterise this Paramount Masterpiece, the star's most scin tillating creation. 4J80 ? . ? Lew Cody and Gertrude Olnistead 'MONTE ' CARLO' And Aflernoim aud Xight— 'YOST AND CLADY' Pzrisiaa Modellers De Iiuxc. [MUSIC IN PARKS :. {Under the Auspices of tile Brisbane City Council). . .. . i. $unda£ November 1, 1926. JyiGfiaiAil jiKi: Brisbane Municipal .Concert ;; Band, 8.13 p.m. : ? JM»%LMCAt UAIUDEXS: Brisbane Citizens' fefiand. 8.13 p.m. '???,?- ' BOTANICAL GAR...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
WINTERGARDEN "BEVERLEY OF GRAUSSTARK" STEELE AND WINSLOW [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

WINTERGARDEN — ♦ — 'BEVERLEY OF GRAUS STARK' STEELE AND WINSLOW Marion JV.vir*. heroine of many ro mantic roles, is phiyinjj one unlike -j.-.y in hey entire career in lior new Mftvu Goldwyn production, 'Ueverley of (ir.n; stark.' which opens :;t tho Winter'?;!! - den Theetr;1 to-i'iorr.nv for a tliree d.-iV-' seapoii. Miss l'-avji's has played riniwii tic heroines in his-tor'n-a! dramas in rli'.' past, and has boon the i-entre of coinr intrigues in mediaevjil times, but ti'i.s tin.e sh«» appears as th-' rum.-tiitic figi:r«» nf a European court intrigue uf t'u? modern duv. Tlie stirrinsr drama h::s b.^eii adaplctl from the famous novel by Georg1? Yir.rv i\['Cut-:hr-on. The heroine is a cousin in? act of SSttele and V\'inslow. whii-ii will make Mr. iir.st appr.-irance at the Wintergaiden to -morrow, is virtually the long and short of skill and humour The '-lady' of lhe duo is ivell ovn.r «-ft t.-:ll. whife ''her' partner must tjp tin )«?-:! ins :it viv.v f-'w inches ovi-r o feet. This...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
THE TROCADERO DANCING CHAMPIONSHIP [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

THE TROCADERO DANCING CHAMPIONSHIP Summer nighis are made enjoyable foi dancers at the 1'roeadcro by tlie in stallation of electric punkahs, and the appointments .ire always attractive. Xext Wednesday night a benefit for the Nazareth Home appeal ''queen' will take place. Friday will In- an especially Interest ing night, as the dancing championship of Queensland will then be decided. It is the lin.-il of the Queensland section for the Australian championship, and car ries the -Stnte honour. There will be five couples competing, and tlie winners gain £75 in prize money, with £20 for second place, and £?!- for third. In addition, the finalists will have first-class rail return to Sydney, with hotel accommodation there for one week. They will have to leave by the express on Saturday morning, and will be at A scene from the Metro-Goldwyn Special feature 'BEVERLY OF GRATISTARK,' starring Marion Davies, which -will open at the Win tergarden to-morrow for a three-day -season only. --.«mp;in...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
SYDNEY SHOWS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

SYDNEY SHOWS 'Abie:s liisli Kose' is proving a big draw at the Koynl. The cast is wholly American, and mo?t of the mem bers 'have played 'in tbe production many times. 'The Fake'' is meeting with :- good deal of success at tin: Criterion. In thi9 play of Lcn-sdale's, Maurice Mos covitch is seen, as the friend of tlie weak husband, played by Xat Maddi son. The last few nights of 'Meet the Wife' are announced. It is a clever eoiiieuy, which on .November i.-i win be replaced by 'Is '/-at Ho .' ' fresn from iLelbourne triumphs. The last week of the 'Mercenary Mcry' seasoJi coniinenccs to nr.n-row. Madge White is seen in the name part. and a feature of the performance is the extremely clever dancing of Edith and Dick Barstow. 'Betty Lee' will follow ''Mercen ary Mary,' at the St. .lames' Theatre. *A few of those on the Tivoli bill for this week are the Big Four, and Prcssb, and, last but not leat, Jerry and Co. 'Spangles 189G'' is playing to big business at the Grand Opera House. Ada Bee...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
VALLEY THEATRE "THE UNTAMED LADY" YOST AND CLADY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

?VALLEY. THEATRE 'THE UNTAMED LADY' YOST AND CLADY filoria Swanson will ho pveM'iiteil ai the Yalli-v Theairo to-morrow. Tuesday, and . WoihiPsday. i» 'Tlio Untmn---! Lady.'' her latest Paramount film. Mary and' varied have been the voles of -Jlori.-i .Swanson in th-- p:»^t. and it i* oonsid ered that she has never made a taiUire. I:i 'The l'i]1:imod L.-idy' she is s:iid t-- 1.!a^-- excelled herself as ;i yonnir c.v!i-t i- IjiiJv wlio takes iJcli''lit in doiii'/ the wroiijf tliinjs. She '?'L » b'.-lle of tin: uppi-r claw with an ungovernable tem per and plenty of money. Of course, she does just, as she like*, and yoiinir men who fall in love with her cpiii-kly fall out again till her father has lo?t ircunt of their c-omings and goings. 'MONTE CARLO.-' The ?second a.ttraetion to-morrow will lie 'Monte v'arlo.' with (J.Mtrude Olm sted anil Lew Cody. This i* a romance ot ilonte Carlo, the world's groatesl fashion playground, and of the adven tures of three girls. The .story abounds ? i...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
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