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The Mail (Adelaide) December 17, 1927

Enjoyable World Tour. Impressions of Mrs. F. Villeneuvue Smith

The Daily News, October 5, 1928

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June 1-July 18, 1929

The Palace Theatre, Sydney

The Sydney Morning Herald, May 23, 1929

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The Sydney Morning Herald, May 25, 1929

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The Palace Theatre, Pitt Street, Sydney, 1929. Photo by Sam Hood

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Queensland Figaro, June 1, 1929

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The Sydney Morning Herald, June 1, 1929

THE PALACE – “DRACULA.”

To-night, at the Palace Theatre, “Dracula” will be performed for the first time in Australia. Bram Stoker’s story “Dracula”” is described as particularly weird. Mr. Ashton Jarry will play the title-role, Mr. Nat Madison will appear as Renfield. The first matinee of “Dracula” will be given on Monday..

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The Sydney Morning Herald, June 3, 1929

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The Sydney Morning Herald, June 4, 1929

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The Mercury (Hobart), June 4, 1929

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The Sydney Morning Herald, June 8, 1929

PALACE THEATRE – “DRACULA.”

Large audiences find much to interest them in “Dracula” at the Palace Theatre. Mr. Ashton Jarry appears in the title-role, Miss Bertha Riccardo as Mina Seward, and Mr. Nat Madison as Renfield. A matinee to-day is announced.

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The Daily News (Perth), June 14, 1929

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Queensland Figaro, June 15, 1929

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The Sydney Morning Herald, June 15, 1929

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The Mail (Adelaide), June 15, 1929

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The Sydney Morning Herald, June 29, 1929

PALACE THEATRE

“Dracula” continues to draw large houses at the Palace Theatre. The title-role is played by Mr. Ashton Jarry and Miss Bertha Riccardo and Mr. Nat Madison are also prominent. There will be a matinee to-day.

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Queensland Figaro, June 29, 1929

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The Argus (Melbourne), July 1, 1929

“Dracula” for Theatre Royal

At the Theatre Royal from Saturday, July 20, J.C. Williams Ltd will present the vampire play “Dracula.” The play is described as weird and thrilling. The principle roles will be played by Mr. Nat Madison, Mr. Ashton Jarry, and Miss Bertha Riccardo.

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The Sydney Morning Herald, July 1, 1929

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The Sydney Morning Herald, July 6, 1929

PALACE THEATRE

“Dracula,” the stage adaptation of Bram Stoker’s novel, is entering upon its last nights at the Palace Theatre, as the season is to terminate on Thursday, July 18. Mr. Ashton Jarry plays the principle role as Count Dracula. The piece will be repeated at a matinee to-day.

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The Brisbaine Courier, July 9, 1929

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Western Mail (Perth), July 11, 1929

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The Sydney Morning Herald, July 13, 1929

PALACE – “DRACULA.”

“Dracula,” the vampire play, is to close its Sydney season on Thursday evening. Mr. Ashton Jarry as Count Dracula, Miss Bertha Riccardo as Mina, and Mr. Nat Madison as Renfield, are prominent in the cast. There will be afternoon performances to-day and on Wednesday.

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The Sydney Morning Herald, July 18, 1929

LAST NIGHT OF “DRACULA.”

The final performance of “Dracula” at the Palace Theatre will be given this evening. The Melbourne season will begin on Saturday night.

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The Sydney Morning Herald, July 19, 1929

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July 20-August 16, 1929

Theatre Royal, Melbourne

The Argus (Melbourne), July 10, 1929

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The Argus (Melbourne), July 15, 1929

“Dracula.”

The vampire play, “Dracula,” will be given its first production in Melbourne at the Theatre Royal on Saturday night. Mr. Nat Madison will appear at the head of a newly organised company.

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The Argus (Melbourne), July 20, 1929

“Dracula” To-night

The member s of the “Dracula” company will arrive this morning. The first production of this mystery play will be given at the Theatre Royal to-night. Associated with Mr. Nat Madison will be Ashton Jarry, Bertha Riccodo, Ellis Irving, and other artists.

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The Mercury (Hobart), July 22, 1929

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The Argus (Melbourne), July 22, 1929

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The Argus (Melbourne), July 25, 1929

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The Mercury (Hobart), July 25, 1929

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The Daily News (Perth), July 26, 1929

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The Canberra Times, July 26, 1929

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The Argus (Melbourne), July 27, 1929

“Dracula”

In the vampire play “Dracula,” at the Theatre Royal, strange episodes are acted by Mr. Nat Madison, Mr. Ashton Jarry, Miss Bertha Riccardo, and others.

Mirror (Perth), August 3, 1929

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The Argus (Melbourne), August 3, 1929

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The West Australian (Perth), August 3, 1929

Footlights Gossip

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The Argus (Melbourne), August 5, 1929

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The Argus (Melbourne), August 6, 1929

Changes of Theatres

Several changes of theatres are announced by J.C. Williams Ltd. “Journey’s End” will open on Saturday night at the Theatre Royal instead of the Comedy Theatre. “Dracula” will transfer to the King’s Theatre, beginning at the matinee on Saturday afternoon. The season of Mr. William Anderson’s company at the King’s Theatre will end tomorrow night.

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The Argus (Melbourne), August 7, 1929

King’s Theatre

“Dracula” will be transferred to this theatre from the Theatre Royal to-morrow night, instead of on Saturday afternoon, as previously announced.

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The Argus (Melbourne), August 9, 1929

“Dracula” Transferred to King’s

The mystery play “Dracula” was transferred yesterday from the Theatre Royal to the King’s so that the war play “Journey’s End” could begin its season at the Royal on Saturday night.

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The Argus (Melbourne), August 10, 1929

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The Argus (Melbourne), August 14, 1929

The Argus (Melbourne), August 14, 1929

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September 4-9, 1929

Theatre Royal, Adelaide

The Advertiser (Adelaide), August 17, 1929

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The Register New-Pictorial (Adelaide), August 21, 1929

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The Advertiser (Adelaide), August 21, 1929

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The Mail (Adelaide), August 24, 1929

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The Advertiser (Adelaide), August 24, 1929

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The Register New-Pictorial (Adelaide), August 26, 1929

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The Register New-Pictorial (Adelaide), August 28, 1929

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The Register New-Pictorial (Adelaide), August 29, 1929

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The Advertiser (Adelaide), August 30, 1929

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The Register New-Pictorial (Adelaide), August 30, 1929

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The Mail (Adelaide), August 31, 1929

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The Advertiser (Adelaide), August 31, 1929

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The Advertiser (Adelaide), September 2, 1929

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The Register New-Pictorial (Adelaide), September 2, 1929

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The Register New-Pictorial (Adelaide), September 4, 1929

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The Register New-Pictorial (Adelaide), September 5, 1929

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The Advertiser (Adelaide), September 5, 1929

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The Register New-Pictorial (Adelaide), September 6, 1929

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The Advertiser (Adelaide), September 6, 1929

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The Mail (Adelaide), September 7, 1929

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The Advertiser (Adelaide), September 7, 1929

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The Register New-Pictorial (Adelaide), September 6, 1929

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The Advertiser (Adelaide), September 9, 1929

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The Register New-Pictorial (Adelaide), September 9, 1929

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September 21-28, 1929

His Majesty’s Theatre, Brisbane

The Brisbaine Courier, September 2, 1929

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The Brisbaine Courier, September 19, 1929

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The Brisbaine Courier, September 20, 1929

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The Brisbaine Courier, September 21, 1929

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Queenland Figaro, September 21, 1929

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The Brisbane Courier, September 23, 1929

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The Brisbane Courier, September 23, 1929

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The Brisbaine Courier, September 24, 1929

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The Brisbane Courier, September 25, 1929

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The Brisbane Courier, September 26, 1929

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The Brisbane Courier, September 27, 1929

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The Brisbane Courier, September 28, 1929

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Cairns Post, September 30, 1929

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