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ALLAN WILKIE AT THE ROYAL [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 18 May 1919
MIAN WINE ATM ROYAL Mr. Allan Wllkle will give a reper toire of modern and classical drama at the Theatre Royal. One week only to to be devoted to each piece, with mati nees on Saturday. The opanlng attrac tion Is 'Tho Silver King.' with Mr. Wll kie and Miss Fredlawyde Hunter-Watte la the principal rolea. Many membere of the supporting oast have been asso ciated with past successes of i!r. ffll ale, while others have been specially engaged for the season. The 'Silver Bang' will be followed by 'Romance,' 'The Squaw Man.' and 'Tho Sign of the Cross.' la thit ordrr. All tbeee plan an being presented by arrangement with J. C. Williamson. Limited. GABY DESLYI In a soeao from 'Infatuation,' to be screened at tho Crystal Pataoo and Strand to-morrow
M. B. FIGMAN'S MEMORY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 18 May 1919
M. B. FKMAN'S MEMORY U. B. Flgman, ot 'Nothing hut the Truth' celebrity, Is fortunate In the possession of a quick memory- Uke moat aotors he la temperamental, and so haa bis own peculiar methods of aa ?ictlna- his memory. Ho finds motor tnvelllng an excellent aia .10 concen tntlon, and has mastered moot of his presaat repertoire while touring. Whan he desires to eommlt to memoir all the details ot the business, a few hours In a tepid bath dots the 'IV and crosses tho 'IV for him.
STIFFY AND NO REVUES [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 18 May 1919
SITfFYANDMOHVUES Messrs. Nat Phillips and Roy Rene as BUffT and Mo are to have a camlo career at Toller's Near Tasatre, oommeDclng as waiters sad ending up In a Snal revue at Potts' Point- In batwosa they will be soon to a variety of endeavors, and la a variety of professions. SUffy and Ho bars established a remarkable pert Borohlp, the only known pair resembling them In any war being the Americans, Mult and Jeff.
THE PARAMOUNT GAZETTE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 18 May 1919
THE PARAMOUNT GAZLTTE1 Always a feature ot the Heymarkot Theatre proiTammo la the Auatrallan Qeactto, Into which mueb time, thought and eatrgr has ohrloulr toea put. Dur ing the eloeun of theatres tha Para mount Oaielte editor kas bees busy eomplllog lla noons tt tho moot In teresting happenings threafBoen Austra lia- Tho Oeselte to be aerooaod at tho Harmarkot Theatre thle Vook Is parti cularly attractive. Features are. 'The Launching ol tho BUoela.' 'The Ooremor aad I«dr Oavtdsoa Visit Paramount Homo,' 'Opoalaf ol tho. IfotbaU Sea son.' 'Soldiers' Sports,' TranwoU to Inspootor Wallaee.' 'Mr*Banr leader's Amvalta Aastrallo,' 'Xldllas Balldln* Soldiers' Hosjos «t ktatnvnio,' 'Open- lng ol the Baaehall Beesoa.' ota.
"JACK AND JILL" Pantomime at the Palace [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 18 May 1919
'1ACK AND IM' Pantomime at the Palace at tbc Palace Theatre leal nlgbl. when the bouBe waB re-ouencd with a charming production ol 'Jack and Jill.' Prelty sceDcry, gorgeous ihsllets. a host o( at tractive rJrlj In dainty coslumee, and an unceasing flow of fun, provided a abow tbat thoroughly delighted a crowded bouac and gave promise of a long and successful The pantomime eplrlt la a thing quite apart from ordinary fun-making Ko one hnovs belter how lo convey the real thing to the stage and to the audience ihan tbat clever and popular comedian Barry Lu. Pino. Hs was at bit best In tbo char acter of tbe Dame In lut night's produc tion, and bla beet la exceedingly mod. His quaint sayings, bla grimaces, snd devc and amatlng antics kept the laughter rippling continuously. Another favorite In the person ol tbe alwaye' droll Bert Bailey served up some of hla most con vulslng bumor ss ainger. The love *?cue between the two eomedlajis In a pretty mrdr. Vllu Violet Celllason made an attrac t...
NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH Farce at the Criterion [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 18 May 1919
nothing wirniE truth farce at tbe Criterion No belter rtvl'tr for a public or... leirlni tr..m the alooniB could bo ??'..r- 1 . terlon. Mr. M. B. llgtnan abd hl» -;:-? ; portlnir. comimny have been rielo-«ir I dogsrd by the lufluenta restrl' Hone — 1«- , terday marked tl'elr third o'.wnlnj mn, ' In Sydney— but Xotblnt But thi^ Trmu IB the eort of piece deslRnrd to Mn tbroujtb aet-nacka and turn up with a smile for the boi-oBce. The merry tale ot a girl, some dollars, aid s day of absolute veracity, went with the swing which rnarai terlseo it wksn Sydneyltei saw It Irat. Tbe 14 hours of costly, and profitable, trutb telHng was attended by Its accustomed trail of disastrous effects on tbo harass ed hero's social reputation, and had ap nartatlr lost nothing of Its lauib compelllng mafic for those In front Lead and support brought plenty ef eplrlt to Ibclr apparently congenial task. Miss Lollta Robertson portrays a heroine for whom the ordinary man might well be excused for making an ex...
LAST NIGHT'S THEATRES "Goody Two Shoes" Panto at for Majesty's [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 18 May 1919
LAST NIGHT'S THEATRES; 'Goody Two Shoes' Panto at Her Majesy's r.ir.loir.lnii' nn»adsyB ib Iranklv for ikilfd ones «bo require nora-lfclBI -!!.' frrnnl nft.r :i lone . niirsi' of rc\u», mual- ' «W1 ut Ibe llttli' ones who nil! ali/viJ Shoes' al Hcr'MaJcsty'6 Theatre mmi ac cr-,,ttl''.r ljisl nlfihi an au^ka^ «hlrh fille-] ibf Sydney. Tllv »armrb oJ IccIIhk dIJ no'. Blasm grew by vbat II fid ul'un. mil principals, chorue bjllcl, urrbi-btr... scetie pslfitcrs itnd phlftcrtf, t,nd all meni mnrc thun ordlnurlly prstlftcd. Mi'Fara Cnlrnioc awl L'fHa.-J ttfivt* pulotfd por^L1 (tarleh Wi ntnan anO Mine Minnie F.vnr.li havr i-c^jborsfed In thr- preparation of n errli-i of wonderful -pri tacles, mar-b-:s. a t'iv tuneful numbcm v,blib Klvc proDiIsc of becoming popular in Eylnty Th- [iMnrlpil boy. May do Boura. baa n tih'&hant voice, good lookn, and plenty of rtd*h. Madeltiie IlnrriHon IB the firln cl[i«l jlrl, a fair American, who Ilk ?Ibi- Hasllnsn. Maude Cray, Flole Allan, and that ...
FOUR YEARS AS A CASUAL Soldier Worker Surprises Premier An Incident at Orange [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 18 May 1919
FOUR YEARS AS A CASUAL Soldier Worker Surprises Premier i An Incident at Orange ORANrii:. Eslurdiiy — The Premier | Vihllc ailiir.-silnt n mucllng al h'orr«i,t- I ?ra' Hall list tilth! laid particular urceii on Ihc point lh«t all i-lvll servants »ho bad enllalrd were orll trratad br the ' Tiro between tholr mlllury pay un.l , ?tate ealary made up, but their tnirr- ? irr-Dlf end Etatua were also madV ercurc. ! Ibr Uovrrnmvnt had (trail »lih about ' li.i'O'i euch -aar-. nnd the ??onc-eselon ba-l ? cost tbc StaU CltMMX) lait year aloo' It bad also err'eri as an eiararle to A member ol thn audience. »ho va deftrfug a rrlurped soldlere' btidj-e. In ttrjerlcd Ibal It ?«? not done In tbe case ot Ih« railways and tramways. Mr. Hdlcia: On. yes It »»«? Ibe Returned Soldier: It wae not my etp^rlcnee. soybow. Too I'remler Ptrhsps you ' *ere a catual h.iua. We could not treat .-aiuilt that way. Viren't rou a casual! 'V.S 1 's.' Mr. Molnian: We coull rot be el peeled to be so generous towarda ca»...
A NIGHT OF MELODY Conservatoruim Orchestra's Pop [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 18 May 1919
A NKKT Of HaOOY tie tamtam Ofttelni's Pop It «h a happy thought to open the pro ITMUM ef tho popular concert, given m W« Sydney Town Hall last algbt by the Oenaervatorlujn Orchestra, with a per formance of tke plquaot and oalodlous overture Xci 'Hlgson.' for the music (ulcklv dlspslled Kki augleatlon of de praaslon cftUBed by tbc damp atmosphere. Ana ktr- Verbragghen's forcea responded adaalratly to his will in the Interpre tation, of Ambrolse Thomas' music, so abundant lo charm snd gaiety, Massenet's 'Scenes PJttoresques' were relished keenly, ud w-hjle due slgni leanee was given to the dignity and rich neaa et tha 'Angclus,' Mr. Verbruggben worked the orchestra up to ? aplcadld OeplcUon of tbe 'Fete Bobeme,' with 1U roggettlon or. reckless, daablng life. Too 'Peer Oynt . suite' (Or.lc) Is el ways received with favor, and mention ihould be mad* of ibe delicate work of tha orchestra In tbe . second portion (Aaw'l Death). The weird 'Dance 1- the SaU of tbe Mountain King' was, of Cwar...
BELBOWRIE SAFE Sheltering Near Seal Rocks [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 18 May 1919
6EUWWRIE SAff SWteraf Netr Sal Rocks ??VUltly which had been felt lor Ihr aalety et the atatmer Belbowrte. bound trom -3otr« tUrbor to Sidney, was allay «q yesterday afternoon by tbe receipt oi satargMUOB that tka Teasel was anchored Italda leal Bocks, about twenty miles u No word of the Belbowrle bad been beard for two dsys. and ihle fact, tbge ttrr with the stormy oosdltlons which kawa keen operating oft the coast, hu gi ven rise to some uneasiness.
Repatriation by Roadmaking THE RECENT GRANT TO COUNCILS Conditions Said to be Unworkable [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 18 May 1919
Repatriation by Roadmaking DIE mm 6rUNT TO COUNCILS CondiioiK Said to be Unworkable ALBDRY. Saturday.-CoKmenlinc. al tbc meeting of Hume Shin- r.ijncll. on thf unworkable conditions Injpjsrtl hy the Itrpiitrlatloa Deparlmrnt In regard to tbe eipendlturr of grants made to councils Isr lbs provision of work for returned soldiers. Councillor Leahy iPTcaldrntl said tbat until practically tho whole of the soldiers had rrturnrj to Australia there would not be suffi cient pick and shovel 'men to do tbe work. At prccnl there avrr prarlloelly stone In the district, and tbe few tbat health to do the work. He thought that Isstead of limiting councils Id regard to the time for epend Inl tka money, that tba arrant should be Pl»coa lo the credit of the councils for *ist«d.|tura according to local condi TwfORE. Saturday.— A conntuatsa tlSi frtn Mr. alassy Oreene, Minister Hi Ctujtsajs, stales that during his re asat Ttslt ta River In* be waa astonished la tat that none of the local governing ?asJs...
Boxing Outlook WHAT IS AUSTRALIA DOING? REG. L. (SNOWY) BAKER, Sunday News Athletic Sports Editor, discusses Australia's Boxers' prospects, and suggests a Big Money Prize to the first Australian to win a Championship [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 18 May 1919
Boxing Outlook WHAT IS AUSTRALIA DOING? REG. L. (SNOWY) BAKER, Sunday News Athletic Sports Editor, discusses Australia's Boxers' prospects, and sugijests a Big Money Prize to the first Australian to win a Championship Vi Itb p*m c at band 'Vnrybo.ly figreel In (he ptiytl.-a| aaj n-.rr.tal lir^ or peo ple Id all Alllrj I'our.trS'i TOstctilnK thr iloltiR? of Jl.-tt.' flodljtors Th* cablr man falisfa the Importance or the aoorl CsrptDUer. or errn (I..- ofldrlralcd S.t Krant Billy WVlln. li^hlF. or la c?fn otbfr QlBtunt rounlr'.'fl .Trc t»]d of ibi* fact by calil- n tew lioura Bftrr prc MmlnDry arr:i:ic*'ili|'r.t!' 1--t ih,1?,. patlcmal The roTorr* War Sport Thtro waf no Fport Id the AUim) armies «s popular as boxtns tiurlnc Ilic »ar. led from all sign* (berg will ln *br ihoulii it rot b,, so: no\ins in practical^ Ihc ol.lrsi tuort ol all tbe K'i' «?-? rnjoy tn-.lay. Tbtre la aulhi-nli.- proof ol nojlns ron year* B.C. It waf a Ftrraumm cnotiRb fport la thoBB dd}T. too. /a pliice of our ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 18 May 1919
George St. Bljrlit in the Centre of the famous Picture Block. Direction ? lluyt's Proprietary Ltd.. ^^^^^^^^B^BjWfi^^*^pT^^SSB^B^^H|jMffi)|l)lYv Gcorjro St. near Hallway Station. Direction— Ha yniiirket Theatres Ltd., Alec Lorlmorc— Mnn.ifiing ]iii(.,(or. jfflS^K^^^^P^ ^^§gS^B3S(ffim^-^ GRAND ORCHESTRAL KKCITALS EVERT AFTERNOON FROM 2.30. J^aM^&Z^**^ S^^MfSM ^ I^tBUN TO-MORROW AND ALL NEXT WEEK -SiliF7 A I dUI H I nCiAinCO ^^k. ^/ r-£-^ mallo & She was a Slum Girl Her 'Entoire' family went with her, /^^j^jjjv She Butted Into Society and caused somewhat of a stir ! /ffllilllJivNv ARTCRAFT PRESENTS f^^l^S) IN HER LATEST DRAMATIC TRUIMPH . ^-^ /AMARILLY CLOTHESLINE ALLEY [?] When Amarilly met Society she said 'Shake!' — but Society gave her the cold stare. Society's young son, Gordeu Phillips, tid met Amirtl]; at the Cjelonc Cabaret— hail btvowe 'Interested'— « nil hU mother's desire to sdnpi a slum girl and lest I lie creature In [lie social cruilble afforded the excus...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 18 May 1919
mr ^m/!? y^^ EvCry ^ee^ a ^esh ' Make Pictures ancI Make MoneY ' competition -. ^^§83 ' = fM^^\Wjf / commences and each week's issue will contain a list of the prce winners, together -v ^S^y'^ j»W 1 id 1 1 with a reproduction of the picture that has been adjudged the First Prize Winner \ l\ I _^^_J| Compi-Hliirn m.iv Semi In .-!!? ni.isiy V|j BR^V IVttm-s M (hcj cure (n -nmp ? 4/ M' Tlii- rvnirr* must Iw I'onifiUplt f^ ^ frnni Pwturw, or parts of I 't-turrsi. ^Jj J (ran) cillicr tlii- Illcrarj or .-nlvirti^tns j f ooluiims of Urn four iniprn pubh-liM f l-y S. Bennett, \AA . i ii., 'KvchIbk j Xcws,' 'Towu ami Oounta'y Journiil.' 'Woman's UuUjwl.' or 'Vundav Sews,' for Ihc bfvcd -l«j\s frum ThorsOay to WciliKsdtj. tncluslTc. 11 is rwnnlsstWe to cot the Pictures ?bout al «il!, an* until they -n- srRia-s-¥d la » position Hs*i stnkc GonnieUtorf as tionjoruus. the objn't l-drm to mste the moat uniusn^ lii-ture. IlarinsiiiwiJwl npoB whit ciipplncs .ire rciulred for the PkHurr. cut on: Llip...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 18 May 1919
? ' I BULL * WELCH m I! wi;.i. . ??! rn *? TOOIOHIIOW AMI Idl.l.OWlVti DAYS Extraordinary Values Chiffon Velveteens & Silks WK HAVE M;.\1N Di.fN il1. ?'! - VI \. '?: ' nMTLrTIN.: rSOTIIKSl KKEN !?..:??'.?: Of A Large Parcel of the following Chiffon Velveteen 'KAI-KAI' SILK : inchks wim; :? ? ?? ? . ; ?!? '??: :? ;i -?»:?) ?'.:?: \:. \: r . :. ;?? : V.TF!! 'JV M.1TT . i.vriits 1VII-I ?' '.:. .'?!!?'?-; Ivi ?-?! .:K..-! ! ?': .i , SILKS! SILKS! SILKS! \ '. Selling Hi. 111 i,i|'l'llv Ml Hull' m-|rul,ir I'ri.'cs | BALL & WELCH LTD. I .--ii»-.'isi (.i:oK«ii:-sTRi:ir.T. sydnky j 'Phone, CUT 4306 CONSULT H. RASMUSSEN Tk« Ca4«kr*M« JJ j»r* BANISH srEUAUST SHEUt»Tt8«, ECZEM4, C-T*RHH -N0 P1LE8 nil raWOtRS »-. RHEOMtTie TWLFIS 3 i OTSrERlH TABLETS, 3 , UN!VfKCinLUfcTnBUiS'arUo««PoKnT,3 -kEI-i ECZEMACURE.4 ? ITCH CIMTHEUT. 4 - MWIHK HIM, 3 i UViR 4 KIDKEt PIUS. 1 - 4 I - ALFALINE NERVE PILLS 6/ Kallwjij. SalCfirdl, 7J7 Ctorcr-tt. Sydney VRJCT^TO ^Tnif TMKATnK. T.I . '''J^J; »n\...
LOSING POPULATION Big Falling-Off in [?] District [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 18 May 1919
it^fWUlW UtftH-Wktmm Deb* ^a^^Juivlka*imDnAlasAtt* *'*'' i^wSrtaiW.tkstt «r»,tfWmf |s«o MunlclpJutJ was StOJ; Jambsroo Mual clpalltr. Wii Oerrlngong Mluletpalltr, UN; aad tbeUhtrbor ManldpaUtr Ut-. la 'uu Ue Igures lor these lour muni. cIpaHUes were Klama, 1M1; laagbtroo. UN; Oerringong. 7»l; and BhtUharbor. tilt BkeJlharber Mttnlcipalltx has Just abont held tu own, but tbe ether tarn Isn mn b»ck to tb« tune ot sit per Ml ., ' ? ? ToWtilj the Bgtt/o« *= another war, the nAnlatlaa tier acre tor thoM ,1hre« Su^BVllUe7iri»l *«? « P*6p-» to uSSHuSL jrhliem i*ii It bad 4etms. tStoJ4^«t 5« a»rea. - In UM. aUaaa. aB-4er««roli tc » am sa UU. Itm 1000 acres; In 1111, onlr 27. Tbe figures tor Otrrtngong .bow 66 people to 1000 acres In ltti. and only 2- tn uu. aFron theee nguras It mar fairly be deducted that while the townships In the eereral municipalities hai« about stood still, the terms have been losing their population sit the rate ol nearly M per centdortng tbe lsst M or to jnn. ' It Is...
MORE BAIRNSFATHER [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 18 May 1919
MOftf ftAKNSFATHER From Angus and Robertson and from lleesrs. Swain and Co., Ltd., we hate received Fart VI. ol Captain Bairns - fatber'a 'Fragments from France'1 The Fragments bad been reinforced In time tor this Issue by tbe arrival of more American troops— a gnat thing tor tbe elites, and nt smaii one far Bttrasfather. who most successfully memorialises the comic Bide of the 'Doughboy.' with these and the unforgettable Old B1U and t whimsical tancr llsbtlr turning to halr ralsInK feats by the Alplnl, the Army's Incomparable humorist makes another volume ot delightful cfmlcallty.