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"Stiffy and Me" Revues [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 11 May 1919
'StiffyWik'Heve -??'?Utr'andW'fh0 '? *° iwu U »' »m» -jSraf- '«a*n - 'week at Fuller's -h»a,tr». . ana olaaaed at'.two of the most MraMtiiwtriw* shaaacurt in Anstraiia. »MbMtf»iftM« were single pertomera tS*o»Ttne, wien a happy chance threw htga JffSfwJtwTT Jh 'tba gatts ^prndncUon. ftW js^n.'1}#Hs4ojawutr tor naartr three i^ai-itw«iTJii)a|| -^m»sj^'. »a^i 'f^*ftftp|inT ' and
FIXTURES AHEAD [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 11 May 1919
FIXTURES AHEAD lh- W.irv.1 k r.inii Raelng Club pro I-..M a !?! I.-:! IIS ? ellllE. selieilulcd 'or .Ma! 17. .11, 'I in.:. ...iv. May 22. As Hi,- --..?!? 'i.iu ..ijcki-y Cluu will rue* iilly 'l!,\iM t'..' LHHTEullB Club, llinl 1 1 .Ij has 'I ? i.l. I lo hold Us unetlng on Ji.i:.i»-. M..i -?. M,-.i..:,t:l ).:?. ra.-.'a win be held en Th.. !?? «l..iiuii ^.In.iik Duttlnakl show. ..I tci.il f..::n. »li.n hi' won the Maiden Jinn-li.-ip ni Uojibrrr yesterdar. He
Record of Yesterday's Sporting Events RACING OPENS AGAIN BIG CROWD AT CANTERBURY Four Favorites Win. Handicap goes to Some Boy. Money Scarce and Fields Small. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 11 May 1919
Record of Yesterday's Sporting Events ? RACING OPENS AGAIN BIG CROWD AT CANTERBURY Four Favorites Win. Handicap goes to Some Boy. Money Scarce and Fields Small. liutiui'H -,t If,. '3.. restrictions, became lie altts.1 it;-,., nnbldnlns that Mien. vv«s ' i-on- ' ot'iiofllion, waa leally good. 'ILl thirdly of casb was icflecled ID llio lu'.e r,..Krus. only JJS751 10a ptaalns i' tbs mo lurk »nd the Leger reaerves. llie Inruivr lianjlod M017 10a. and me lailrr i.'T.jl uinklim a total o: £5751 1'. for i«v,« races, an ..vcrlge of a III Ut mure liaii iiS:' a race. Lhnpll,.. U.c fact thru tbe umt o! In Hiinnin ni 5b Id Ihi LcBir, against furuHi restive luvestc-l £424 on tlio Ubl racr. or XI more than spcculmed t- lbot.j id ihe pudilock. It tbua vvorn 'd oul list there were 806 Investment]! lelC la tbe cheaper en.ioBurc. Tbls nny be takeo as an Indication t In r small i :: n;g uii the dividends [or tbe oral -II- v.-:vn ot tl:.' 1'ave Welter, la which -hero '? ? re nice starters Three dividen...
S.A. Jockey Club Races Trillion Wins Goodwood Handicap [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 11 May 1919
S.A. lockey Club Races Trillioit Wins Goodwood HandNp Frior to thi rtclr-F Vr. n ?.-.?( ? r ?? ? I to *h» ?tffwtnJiarj' extnirAi (.'»: ' : - , Oooitrpo] Hundlciip, n-eiT_ r - i -. I ttiij lo color* io r13« v.^oi K: '^ : ? - I i!a1J..n pine, wu »Q«i-c1-1 ror tba nH at Wm \?i ftTrr.h'h. Tl.r.. lTila Hit*. '*' g-^ i '?'? :? '.i \Ni'i';\r, of rxo. A*.'.!-!,11 ???'' ' -? 'V| '?'?' '.i''0|» fcs.1 (BnK*n'' l'1»t'i|l'l': . r'..- ? ? '? i ?? . M.irwn, fc.7 ibullozk'. I'm mi - ? -i\r ? .mI'.iti 7I1) (L**iei'. FT I.K'.KH M IK!'-, ft i« --«-i^iakM o( t'. oi,--.. »):.'. *?-? ft.J'. 1% n. lie »nd XS
Premier's Severe Defeat [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 11 May 1919
Presto's Seme Defeat ??Oenrak, Wtelero ouburbt Ueiei kkil-tMk. IU - tow.t o[ until in Ik* r-lti wiu -oju Ujdm-j »t toe Acrtoltunl Uroucj »Ml.m».. .:t.r ?Mev Mm ?nu ?»-? »«» ui.utuun *iTtnt1-t*i1 tteir slit bj u-- majaioo at ttt Tafwalil* back, but me premiers, vtU akm sVOcwm ttrippea uei jeer. aM tltallj wtakese* U cou*oo,a*ace. ^E. Tk* «t*tMalac feature c. to* aeteat K'- ?* «»? man --7 wwiwa htoM dj ?».' a* kw mtiu *t n pomu uitum K'.-V . 1**WIII| 1 Ivatlu lo **curt a Ulr to*re R? *t Ik* tall Inn Um mm. Wku taa ?I'.- ltWt kaeur sent It out, ulnm ?? ?8f. . ' lataer taaUata to Uu Mow *l»*»la «w ^K*' . t»»» It uto pl»7 wlu tl. ttr«-«wirt«». H#£ ?..-. .,Jt Matte an* to n«M tk* jwtww ^?KiT' .; ^g^g^ gg f**t MiHH tk*f aUt**, 4lt» ^E&- *?*** ?WT kall-a***. la HhUt, ?tfefei'-wi* ?»** a* mm or»*. »***, u* ^?^K^^Mr**tT a WU* awn «a»wto*i* « ^^?H^fM^PM. te vwtaHr ail la* mut ^^^^^ESjMMk m*ma m wrffiuat. *tt-- ^^mSutM (a MtlttH* ttw ^^^^^B^S^^^H^a^aT Wf-waaiBfty W**1HI ^^BEgg**'** Hawa...
Catching Smugglers Some Early Day Arrests in Sydney Inspector Wallace's Interesting Reminiscences [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 11 May 1919
Catching Smugglers Some Early Day Arrests in Sydney Inspector Wallace's interesting RemiRiscences Inspector Jobn Joseph Wallace, o?ad of tbe Water Police, who la retiring shortly after !7 years service, bat had some thnlllog oxperlfacef during tils career, especially In detecting smuggling and arresting thaae engaged In It, 'We had some big case* of amuaTMog,' he told a 'Sunday News' representative. In the old days the value of smuggled goods running loto thousands. 'I'll never fortel one arreet I mad.;. Tbert »?? a steamer from the East lying on tbe »eit side of Circular Quay, and one night— It was raining hard^I notic ed a couple of hoses running from tbe vessel oa to tbe wharf. One of them was tilled with water, but tbe other waa dry. Occasional])' a bit of a Suiter would run down tola hose as If something was going through It. 'Going to the Government boat shed I found tbe engineer from the launch. Wo ™. i ,,. leuncbed a stiff and Whait tie roved 9u!?SJt mIbbm to OklsnanaB the s...
COMMONWEALTH SHIPS Owned and [?] [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 11 May 1919
amKMwtALni ships [?] XELsMlflWB. -SturdnT.-U tUw ol Um MDjtiJMl UMMtonp U tke atlpplnj rtaai rwcMsg) -t»e, OeeUSBwealtt -Iov- ^csnwswt-sW*^Uaej bUmIu ^Tt*ntti. tv* LkwiSil ?? «o*HwBeel*T tta Ootm rg|MjlwWtW^-»lia«*»t.,I»»U.abo»t |yi«SaW^c3r-nt^»'-s5SSaBl. -Tts-MMr JmweJtai V orlgloal gtoet ?antaatd W 3r7Jr««nea.tbe A«atraJ Lanaa aUV tte , jlaajrajdala. km, f*a traJatraaun waa »*lf rsOwSttr lotbt TBtl ftan Ootera&aii nt.a*-o(l prefit. ?, .' - tkt (talltnrlnk woodan, ships air* ailic «eenprtaM In' O» lUtti-rOwmnn (motor ship), . Cultmrrm (aabtor), -aiillaan-a (motor). Ooofcba taotor), IJellaU WHwo,-tbi. ^^ntsftei:: ?-»? ..MUUarr Iwratisv' and 1JM nil tli iaa|(|Mg»eJwaT.: ._ MgsWia^Krtaan^-aHnajMsV lit .IHIWl Iliti ClaVaaa. ^35 at JM»aal MN tou ~f -#t»^tW Mrislajlaal ? «t V'-Jf ? 1- - ibW ^)M5%GS«^.Mjr.-;Bvka«, «rM«k sSwB5gra^£-nr5r-rs. ^^HSi^' ?1 I
With's Circus [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 11 May 1919
''.W**.0w It U anticipated that Wlrth'a Circus wii; et-opu at the Hippodrome. Haymar kct, oa Catnrdar eronlnt. Mar 1-. All the line-honored clrcna Teaturee will be repieteoted In trick tiding, animal train ing, and noreltr acrobatls acts. There will ba' aereral world-famous ezhlblUone 01 High and awlngtng Uapeae work, wire waUIng, haud-balanelnc. and tumbling. Among tbo moat astonishing ot tbe fea ture acts will be a Dock ot trained geese In drilling, hurdling, and comedy work. The second part ol tbe programme will Include n water pantomime and ulaplay of swimming and high iQlTlnc,
Jack and Jill at the Palace [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 11 May 1919
M an! JiUtke Pilate Measra. J. and K. Talt, Bailer and (Grant, announce Uiat ae soon aa the Masking and other precautions are lifted they win present their second annual pantomime eilravajsuu. 'Jack and Jill,' wltb the aama caat that was responsible for ilM enormous eucceee Jo Melbourne Barrr iJlplao will be new u- Sydney as 'Dame,' and Bert Sailer baa folded away bla salrta to play 'Ginger.' Mies Dorothy Lelgn dona the hose aa principal boy. with Violet Colllnson. a dainty principal Ctrl. Chief among tbe entertainer* are Moon and Morris, a simultaneous dancing duo at English and American repute, walla a boat of other aoralUea are promised (or tbe amusement at the trowa-nps aa well aa the children. It la time Sydney had something to laugh about, and Jack and JIU promlaei to aup plr a long felt want.
Grand Opera Season [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 11 May 1919
Gram) Opera Season One feature, of tbe re-opcnlng «i» '' tbe Grand Opera season under tbe di rection ot Mr. Frank Blgo, when an Australian chorus of «?) lingers will be Introduce! Of thla number 35 buve come from Melbourne, and the remainder from lbs Coosrrratorlum students In Sydney. Both Kr. Rlgo and tbe conductor. M. Slapottakl, are enthusiastic about the chorus, and maintain that It will he Ibe nnest and fresheat combination yet heard In operatic productions tn Aus tralia. Further Interest sbould be added to the season by the appearance ot M. Ooossena, who will be In the opening programme aa AlBo to 'CaTallerla.' Count Flllpplnl, Balbonl, Loll, Caclalll. Leah Myers, Nellie Leach, Fred Collier, Bellonl, and several other Australian principals are Included In the company.
Stage and Photo Play New Features in Project for expected re-opening. Boom in Theatrical business [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 11 May 1919
Stage and Photo Play New Features in Project tor expected re-opening. Boom in Theatrical business After a mostn of ioKuofb the oft deferred hope of the tbrntre and picture show proprietors v.'hb nvlvcj on Thurs day by the recommonlatlon ol the Medical Consulate Council that tbe In futnia ban sbould be llfcd. Everything looker! favorable to an early re-openlng, but C'.iblnct endorse ment was not forthcoming, nor witl tbs decision ol that body be made known until Tuesday. Id the meantime, although prompted by Indications of «o early move, the showmen hal been completing arrangements to provide Sydney with Its round of amusements, eieryiblng re mains In abeyance. ootnrt rnupnn A principal of the H.(a Grand Opera Company ' 1« learned, however, that both theatres and picture shows are countlnR on Saturday next as tbe possible re opening date, and arc working towards that end. Showmen, generally, arc Dot favorable to a masked audience, and If the Government persists In qualifying any re-o...
AT ORANGE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 11 May 1919
AT OBANM OltANOE. Balurdar Nlfbt.-Tui Ortiura OelX CTub'f bocer comp*utl« reftthad:— Ulnnett 1 up, millaloe 1 down, Campbell 1 down. Denton I qowa. Kaacarrow 4 dowa, SmjUi - down. Killer i down. K-ua]» a daws, Leery t down, Booner I down, Parker 7 down, Byrn t dowa. Tuok u down, DaJtoa u eewa. Hews* IS dawn. Burrowa li down.
Spiritualism Condemned Imposition by Mediums Sir D. Ferrier says it is "Miserable Nonsense" [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 11 May 1919
Spiritualism Condemned I Imposition by Mediums Sir 0. Fcrrier says H is ' Miserable Nonsense' '11, 11 1.- not only In Australia but In n:.-'. . 1 r. ' r jMitt of tbe world, find a fU'ne I', i'ii-iit Ir Sir David IVrrlor, the ,uil i.i- lieuro.pnlhologlat. He says.— jljo reMval of the occult syn.-bronlses 1^, r» are houeands ot lieooic to in^ innurv Mjffirlng tbe hearllireaklne an i-ii-h of bring unable to gain lldlngf ol ; :, f ,!,jr to them who are r!a*Blfltd .IE j '.'? is only natural tbat these dlstrn.t . .. ? ;y and unlikely to obtain Intoima i 1; -|.:3lif! tiMons can lenA counlenan-e 10 1 '., ;?: ? 1 1 s| TOUS impuSlllOllB W|lh W'lll-'ll ;:?;' ?iilittn Is steeped, and. an eii'-h, : . '?? ? ti r'l'osed again and again. T!.1 all.^pd pbenoniena whl.h i-lr . nitijecle,! 10 bin..' ? nil OM 'r''!'* be'l'iv '''I' »'.;, Til. I.. V ??'??'?' fl'ee' ','1,''.' -,?!?' ' ..-. I.. -1. in- -tv',. is in ill. V.r.-|.|«.'. i-.| . /.:r..,r».M 10 hullo. ,r llr(,»n.. In a hi ,11 How i'.'ia Ilk' Mr. T...
GLEN INNES CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 11 May 1919
GLEN DTNIS OLPB OLEN INNES, Saturday.-Tbe annual meeting ol tbe Glen Unas Qoll Club wtt hsld but night. The report and balanct Bheet wat adopted. Tblt abowed an overdraft ot £48. Tba following offlcert wart tlected.'-rrttldeat. Dr. Utckeaslt: vlce-prtildeit. B. }. Dyauck: tecrelary, A. Turnbull; treasurer, A. D. Brown; committee, a. Priest, It. Thornton. E. D. O'Oouell, r. J. Madlgan, K. O. Mac keuia. aad H. a. Blooeld. Tbt open ing day waa nisi tor Hay IL It wit dt eldel to aecore tbe ttrrlcM of pro reaalonal players to teach beginners, and It wat agreed to (at Into touch wltb Hr. «onler. tt tht Manly Club.
WONDERS OF NATURE A Snail has Fourteen Thousand Teeth and can move them all. The Life History of the Mayfly. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 11 May 1919
WONDERS OF NATURE A Snail has Fourteen Thousand Teeth and can move them all. The Life History of the Mayfly. the ? Sunday K.us, i, , Trllow of the Royiil Zoolo-iia[ Society and an autboi it.T on phi oniolugy nnd the lilt of tbe seashore, foe [.ou.!. (be |.l«nts. and aniinntc JVi .me I eeaerally. . n .11 ;i,» w ,;i! . i, i.:,. ?...? I:... .-r.,11 ',-.:??? ' .-. 11 ?? ,.i,i »: ? i.. ! I'.'- -. .'. ? .????: ?,'. !:.. ? . ?'?' 1 . ?? I ?? ? .'. ' i; 1. 1 ' 1 ?. . U'nter „? -,:';,. 1. SnnilB ,?? 1 ?-. ' LVfllJ ; .. . jrjJ 1. ? . .11 1-. ? 1 ? ? . ? i' rauJij ; ?: -.. -I.'..: i- ?-'???.. v' 1- Caddis Worm. -'— Cadilis Tly. ;i-:-i(i- rjy ? 11.. 1..