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St. George Association A GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 25 May 1919
St. George Association [?] [?] ?-?1 and \. TraJnrr kicked a |o«l, It-t'irc. Arnfline Inria. htsat Bankaiown it ri-wnr' A. jU* tv. Tirt.*rt*ll «o«red irl*-. «r») '.v p.ial for BankntOWQ. Hf-fetv. C. Typ. Danknia Unltftd b**t Arncllffe naln^w nt imr-ltJTe Paik by I polnte to 6. Il'fir^. N Mil).. Bcxicr BnrouBh had thf ^^?e. C ORATE. ArnrliiTc Waratftti 6t?Kt ffn-hnrrn «t ?V«ir- ?rah rark by 5 points to nil. Kt'''^*! *r«^ *rt a Uy aca^ltdcilf ktckrd a c^ul. Itcfrt.c. P. Dou!. DankaU Tarrlvn tafat Hurtti 111* Tnli^J ?( )iam a try and O. Moore a goal. If-r-trr. .1. park by II paint i lo nil. Hef«TPi*. N. 31 Nv:I Dimkiilj, Wmrfttafa bad the Ht,
Southern District Junior League [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 25 May 1919
Southern District Junior League HosTtsn Part b**i Fatr.1e)4, by 1 ^lnti lt- oil. Oulidford b«at Wlnlo-lmUbuni by I point* Liverpool Wandartra daftatod Campbelitowo ^Uvtw^EbdUver btal Bmlthaeld by t polola to ». Uwpe*) W»ndtt»r* *r» cow l«adlojr In tba COmtMtltlOB. beloc lh« only unfltraatad warn. Campbel.U)»-n. Uvrrpool Et.dn.vor. Boston Park, and Oulldford *r* tuzl «d ih« «*«ie
In the Country [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 25 May 1919
la the Country BATHimST, iaturdaj Afternoon, —In lb« Brat reua4 of Um IMatrttt Lmkuc s«ular Com jwUtlon. Ao4*yt 91. BlanUlau'a CoUafa ds fsatea Waratans br 1 pelnu t* I, a«d Ttt erjU Wain -U1«- bFlUIl. 2CIAJM, fiAturdsr Aft4moon.^-T11« BoutQ Com* ftifv. Imw lala year u boomtel [?]
SCHOOLS' ROWING Exciting Race [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 25 May 1919
SCHOOLS' ROWING Exciting Race MELBOL'IINE, Saturday Mttil— Tlio great fachool race of ibe year. ? tlin hraJ Yarra tbla atlerncon. The luroiiotlag crews «cr« Scotcii Collfgo. XjiIw Col leec, anil the GiTlnrje Uburch ol tngland Grfimroir School. Jell In al'rr Ihp pro llmlnLry bests had been dendej jostur ThoOBonds of pennn^ throQBed tbe course wbicb *-as a dleUQ^c ol about a mile and a bait. The big event resulted In a Oil boat between Scoteb College and Xavler. »llh Geelong a lengib anil a bait away. Later the crews rowed off. and Scotch College woo by a canvas. Tbe time vu 6mln 3£«ec. Tbe Ftavus geldlnt EnUtl bit (or a liable mate Berth! B.. winner ot a Mai den HiodWap at Victoria Park,
Rugby Union Easy Wins in Senior Grade [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 25 May 1919
Rugby Union Easy Wins in Senior Grade iSo s.-.-ouJ r.^-:.;! ol -lie li-.-eby* L'alon'f ((h-lje-Uallil.il:: il.--r-j' ???3 (rmibnlgn by 2S [itAu'tj lo 3'. [;:.sTrn ? ;V.urts doun^d V.MCA. Ly .: w ;,, ,l1 l,m.|'t toii qutrri MaLlj l,j -; i,j u. GJcIjc-BoImniu t. Cambridge y.M.C.A. v. Easts . . : ?-?? ??.?r.:-v»,-.:.^E'.J!a: ^t\ ???'??' : , ;^l:r: ' ^P^- '^l' 1 tin*. Thompson H'ri ??» M iJ.t. jM University t. Manly
THE AUSTRALIAN THEATRE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 25 May 1919
THE AUSMUN THEATRE The hsnd that rocXs tbe cradle some Umeo rocks the world. When Mme. Hen reltc Calllaux Bhot, In cold blood, the irartrred French editor. Gaston Calmette, sbe committed the ftrst act o[ a tragedy that baa sent Bolo Paaba to a traitor's death, Joseph Calllaul, ber husband, to a [risen cell, herself Into disgrace, anil has shaken tbe political loundallona ot l»t- Cdnttnents. Ercry seoeatioiial crent aDd ccandal In the Calllauis' career Is 'i'r trayed In the stlrrlnn photo play. 'The Caillauz Case,' whlct will be fhown lo niorrow and Tuesday at the Australian Tbeatre, LIverpooJ-slreeL
THE FISK JUBILEE SINGERS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 25 May 1919
THE nSX IUBILEE SINGBtS ThOBe old time favorites, tb«« Fink Ju- | bHee Singers, ar« to appear onrc mor-1 ' !d SjOney, coromenclnB at the Ai-ollo Theatre (corner ot TJtt au-3 Park strtcUJ oq Saturday night neit. May 31. Tb» Flskfl will be (*-or*bly nrueniljered tj thafr beautiful noderimx of the old Jubi lee choroiea, plantation hymns, nod Ne gro melodies, sude aa oolj the- Fljkn ran sing them. The present combtnatlon, which Is a Petrtafltilarl/ ztrong not, Includre iilsa Belle, F- Olbboni and Proles«or C. A. White, who came to these shores many TOArs tgo with the original party of singers. The box plan for the Sydney if**oo wJll open at Pallsr's on Mon day. ?
Jack and Jill [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 25 May 1919
lack and IHI Ko pantomlms has enjoyed a greater measure of success than 'Jack and Jill,' now appearing at the Palace Theatre. The production is noted for ft* Austra lian atmosphere, and like all pantomlmee, does not rely upon the Tery meagre plot of . the nursery rhyme story from which It takes Its name. The three big num Lers. 'Bltio,' 'The Big- Clue Blllabong,' abd 'Jogging Along the Highway.' are «11 Kiven (Australian settings, while many ether numbers have teen adapted to Aus tralian conditions. Tbe feature at th% Broadway Theatre, George-street West, to-morrow, will be Mary Plckford In 'Amarllly of Clothel line Alley.' It will be shown at all sessions, commencing at 1 pun., uA la supported by a full programme.
Majestic, Newtown [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 25 May 1919
Majetic, Hewtown Considerably strengthened by the In clusion of Mr. Maurice Lynch, a nm elasa character actor, the stock dramatic company at Fuller.' Majerllc. Ne-town, Is due to present several Interesting pro ductions. Last evening the 'Tower of the Cross' gave way to 'The Oayest of the Gay.' Others to be staged are 'The Woman Pars' and 'Little Lost Sister.' In each of these Mr. Maurice Tuohy and MIbb Rcmco will head the cast
The Better 'Ole [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 25 May 1919
The Better 'Ok Sydney's long wait for lie ilrodurllss or tbe Ttalrnsfatber anecees 'The Better Ole' wa» well rewarded laat night when ences to the Tlvoll. Theatreioers are most enthusiastic aboDt Old Bill and his frlrnda, and while. In appearance, they do not resemble the orthodox matinee Idol, they have nevertheless won equal appre ciation. The play IB a delightful blend Ing of psthos and humor, and It would be dlfflruU to Imairlnr three characters truer to life than those presented by Messrs. Bell. Cahlfl, and Rallam.
"The Squaw Man" [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 25 May 1919
' The Sqoaw Man ' Aftrr a mirresBful run 'The Rllver KlnK' was replaced st the nalloee at 11),. Theatre Royal yesterday afternoon by 'The Squaw Han.' Mr. Wllkle him self appeam In the role of Jim Carston. rutis'-Quentr? F.Brl ol Kerhill, and Hiss rrr,1lj»T.ii. Hunter-WalU aa the Coun try 'The Souav.- Man' was originally tttver-d at Her MalenlT'e In September. !?f'-, by Charles Waldron and Ola Humphrey. Mr. Wllkle wll! later pro flure 'Tlie Plrsn of tbe Cross' and the '?Frhool for s. andal' In that order, under the direction of J. C. Williamson, Lid.
Waltons of "Goody Two Shoes" [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 25 May 1919
Waltons of ' Goody Two Shoes ' II was Fate's decree that Fred Walton, the Tor Soldier In 'Goody T«o Shoes.' should have come to Australia to meet his coualo. Her:-cit Walton. As In the rase of Fred (whose real family name Is Hemming). Herbert, who In the play Is Clarence, comee of an old theatrical family. He Is tbe son or the famous English comedian, witty Watty Walton, and nephew of Oeo, Walton, who. In hi* day, vas well known throughout Austra Ils. In aasocfaUon with Johnny Qtrarlay and Harry Ehlne, Herbert 'Walton was re sponsible for the production of that old Moon.' He Is also an old soldier, hav ing served In tbe South African Ught rlr» the Queen's Medal wllb four bars, and tbe King's wltb two.
HOYT'S THEATRE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 25 May 1919
HOYTS THEATRE The famous tenor, Enrioo Caruso, made hla Brsl appearance In Australia In mo tion pictures at Hoyt's Theatre yester day, when he took tbe dual role In the QlB delineation of the life of a famous singer be really outlines blB own career; while In tbe dual role ot a eculolor be -r's strggljng cousin. Caruso bas proved Ulmself to be not only a master of ope railc singing, hut to possess many excel lent qualities as an actor. Tbe picture entbuelaem in New York Bnd o'tner Ame rican cities. In addition, Elsie Ferguson Is sen In 'The Danger Hark,' when, as a wealthy tocltir girl, the Oghts and con