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BUSINESS NOTICES.

C7F1L. - OmAO ' tested Melbourne

HOMOOP \TIIIO IIOSPIT.L with success. Jars 4/0 and 2/0 , 1 oy's Bfg Store all chemists

_Ucd_J__ Phillips _31_jCollins st I WA

J-D_CI-_-,'AND I*AW NOTICES

(Contmaed rrom Page 9 )

AFTl* R tho expiration of fourteen dava from Uic

publication hereof application will be made to the Supreme Court of \ letoriu in its Probate jurisdiction that PROB VTI of the V ILL of WIL 11AM NUNN lato of Brown Hill In Victorlu Î:cntleman deec-scd may be gruitcd to Flizabeth Y-licc- Nulili of Brown Hill aforesaid, widow of tho "id deceased, the sole executrix appointed ti) the _id will

, Dated the 22nd day of October 1010

' - V, LONG 20 Lydlnrri-strect, Ballarat, proc

tor for the executrix

BL JOHN .LKOllD, lau of Sml_r"t place Mel

bourne Iron niul Copper \\ orkcr l_cc_cd - lake notice that the business of iron and copper worker of above deceased at «Somerset place Mel

bourne, which since his death on the twelfth day of Octolxr JOOO has boen "tried on b) the .sAT'OWL IKU-m-ES 1 XEC-IO-IS VND AG1NOY COMPANY Ol' MjSTll U* «51 V TJMITh U of 113 Quceu street MUhoumo and Thomas- J>orth cote Alford of Somerset place Melbourne (the executors to whom prol ato li-ta been granted) by their T-tcnt Thomas Northcote \lford of Soincrsct*place Melbourne, iron and cop per worker- has ceased to be earned on bv elie said executors from 1st October 1010 All porsoii3 having an)' CLAM against the said executors yi connection with the sold bus! ness up to 1st October 1010 are required to SI- ND m PARTICULARS to the siid National Trustees Executor*- and Agenc) Compan) of Australasia Limited 113 Queen Btreet Melbourne within 14 da)s from date hereof file said executors will not be liable for any claim not sent in by that

dnto.

Datcd at .Melbourne, -fold day of October 1010

STATUTORA NOTICE to CREDITORS - Re

JOHN S. M THOMPSON Deceased,-Pur

suant to the provision, of the Trusta \et 1S90

notice is hcrcb) given that aU persons having an\ claim against the estate of lohn ->ni)lio McDewell Thompson late of Castlemaine in the St itexof \ letona Ironfounder deceased wlo died on the fifteenth da) of M>nl 1010 an I Probate of whose will and codicil wa« granted to Charlotte I Hen Catherine Thompson of Castlemaine aforesaid widow the executrix appointed b) the said codicil the Perpetual Executors and Trustees "Dotation of Australia Limited the exeeu

tor .painted by the laid w 111 11\ Ing re- nounced probate thereof ire 1 erebv required to SI-MI in PMtTlCUL.lt- In writing of such CL.LMS to the said ex xutrix cire of the under biLncd the solicitors for the said executrix on or before the fifth day of Dec mber 1J10 and notice is horeb) given, that alter that day tie said executrix will proceed to distribute the assets of the said John Sm)Ho McDewell Thompson de- ceased which shall have come to 1 er hands ?morn,- tie i er-ons entitled thereto haunt re l,ard only to the el tims of which "he Blixtll then have hid notice "'I she will not be liable for tie -sets or an) i irt thereof so dlstnl "ted to an} i erson of whose ilayn she shall not theil have

Dated this 21st tiny of O-tobcr W10

NEWELL and LAWSON Castlcma.il., solicitors

for the said executrix.

JUDICIAL AND LAW NOTICES.

STATUTORY NOTICE to CREDITORS. - Re

JOHN WILLI-UUFKI-DPlUCk STRAlvDI

Deceased.-Pum ant to ti c provisions of tbc * Trusts Act lSfX) notice is hercbj ghen th-U all perron« having nny claim again**- the estate of lohn William Prederick Stracdi late of Oastlc m une in the State of \ ictorít, draper dcc.ea.sed

n\n died un tie thirteenth day of October ino«» i aid I roíate of who^e will »ap gnnted to Carl | I-irnim FrediriLk fat ric lo of Heathcote in tie Mid State mino mina*, T William Oswald St rattle of Buni._-.ong in the rall Slate chemist 1 ai d liBIT> Stitt irlan I W ,,1 tman Law* n, of Castle t iniinL a fort-sa id rolititor the executor» nomrd I Ilrrrfn arc hu. lu rtquired to SIND in lAR-i IICLIAJIS in until*, i' such ti VIMS to DIL pud executors care of tie undersigned solicitors

for tie said executors on or before the ffth lay I of December 1JI0 an 1 notice is hrrely gi wn j

that after tint div ti . naid executors will pro * (-ced to llstrib itc Ih a-setd of the KoJd Jol u Wil

Hain PrcderHc Straede dee isi-d which -hull 1 ave come to tleJr hands or posst ssion amongst the Iiersons entitled thereto lawng regard onh to

the claims of which tie ra I -jteeutors shall then I hue bid notice, and Ile poid executors »Bl not i be liai le for the asset« or am part thrrcof OT distributed to any person of wliost claim they Si all not then 1 ive had notice ?

Ditrd this 21st da\ of Octob r 1J10 I NL\M-LÍ and LUV SON La.tlemaine solicitors

__ to the estate_ TRANSFFR of LAND UT 1KW-ho TS Sf7 - .

Hie Ill-MMAN MPCilAMCb ÍNSTITUTION I A YD CIKCUI ATÎNG 11BRARY INCOIU ORATI* D I his applied to bring tie hnd described a the foot 1 hereof under the above act an I the Commissioner I of TiUcs has directe 1 nolice of the application to I be advertised iii ' The Argus ' newspaper and has ? appointed fourteen days from such advertisement after »hieb time the land tnav be brought under the operation of the act unless a caveat shall be lodged forbidding the same

Dated 21st da> of October 1910.

LAND RI FKRRFD TO

Part- of Crown Portion 41 at Prahran parish of Prahran county of Bourke commencing on the uest side of Chapel street _0 feet 10J inches north

rly from Greville street thence westerly 41 feet

westerly 21 feet thence northerly nlong a road 12 | feet 8 Inches thence easterly -S feet 10 inches, tbence southerly along Chapel street 49 feet 7 Inches to the commencing point

Grunting this application will affect land comprised in Certificate of Title vol 82.1

foi &18 012, now in the n-ime of Brnjamin Nat linn an 1 Sarah Paterson or cnuw a certificate of title to issue inconsistent with stich certificate to the extent shown bv a plan now open for Inspection at the Office of Titles, bearing the

__i_ni_.fr of this nnnlifitfnn

_ » possession Tlie In et registered owners of such part are Alex ander Scott snd Peter lohn Wilson David Boyd of Fmornld Hill estate agent appears to 1» lu tcrLfited in such part»

H nOSKPN

Registrar of Titles.

Maddock Jamieson and Lonie 44-ï Collins-street, Melbourne solicitors for the^appllcant._ TO MINMF BUIlGIN~rormer]y of South Yam,

In Wctoria and to OTTO IIOMBV RC For merly of South _arra Aforesaid -Take notkc that Pilli LU» ARTHUR BUROIN of Carlton In Mc tori... has commenced a suit in the Supreme Court of Victoria ?'Divorce and Matrimonial Causes Juris- diction for DI-ORO* on the grgund of adultery committed b> ^o« Minnie Bürgin with >ou Otto nomber*, and further take notice that In default of \nnr entering an appearance within one calendar month from the date hereof the ¡ etition ma* be heard in vour absence This advertisement in Heu of personal sen ice, Is inserted by order of u

judge

Dated the 20th day of October 1010

F 1 SINCOCK 436 little Collins-*.reet Mel

1 ourne proctor for the said Phillip Arthur

nuntin

PUBLIC NOTICES

ALLISON, J\0 UNDI UTA KER and Embalmer

head office Richmond tel 100_ Brunswick te! 1105 Ubcrt park tcL _0_S

ABOUT STORAGE.-Thirt> ground floor ROOMS

unequalled accommodation at Prahran Ar eade _6_ Cliupcl st h. J Dixon and bous, sole lessees^

.Tï-. CHOW IN G Nail« and Corns are rare by patron JL tsing Archer onie a jcar Chiropodist, 114 Bridge rd Richmond_ PRAHRVN - \uthori_cd Argus AGENCY

prompt regular earliest dcliverv jour order

respectfully solicited Beck Bros authorised news i agents. 1-8 Greville st and 104 Mähern rd

___OUCATÎONA___

MELBOURNL. SESSION 3911

PRINCIPAL, the Re-v O E AICMV M.A,

(Cnntnb)

Application from intending Students (Divinity

law Art-t Medicine Ac > should bo nude at once

Particulars from tho Honorary Secretary Ridley

College Pirkville_

HOTELS. SEASIDE RESORTS. <fco Al erfect Seaside HOMr MOUNT M VBTH _

1101 EL, \ia MomiiiKton an excellent winter climate len ely rlcun beach bathinj, golf links,

tennis trains met Tele, hone to Mellxnirn

Madame I-T/1-NSBElUJUï

_Proprietress _

A*

riiAct, Near I'..-hS. HilL Y Tariff from £2/"/

Post Telcgnph ond Telephone O-loea in House __CI1 IIIL. S*. GILIil ItT Proprietor_

AT the GHAÎ<D HOT.L MFL-IOUUM*

Highest part of the city all modern improve menu hiMi class trench cuisine pri.ate dinners, wedding breakfasts lind reception« specialty.

_ill Wy_Ç_H0U)LV Msnagcr___

AT I ETTY S IIOTIL _VDÎ,F_ - This well

known Family Hotel having been remodelled, decorated and refurnished now oilers c.cry com fort to \i_ltors and -ill be found one of tile best appointed and up tosíate hotels In Sydney Trains and steamers met , Cliaa W Cuplt, manager _ AT Mahon « MIDDLr PARK. IIOTH op rallnaj

station Middl- park visitors to the Cup and pcnnanint boirders »ill lind _\erj \CCOl_M0DA 110N JO minutes from clt} and close to sea beach and baths terms moderate phone 3150 L. M G Mahon._

ASiP.MJAIE CIIALCT on se. now open, tents

or rooms eketne light, sanitation perfect

Tel 30 Olioltcnham_ A T Old I noland Hotel Heidelberg VA0AN

AL0UIIV HOTEL, Albury. - Every modern

luxury and comfort ; ' phoue ; luxuriously Furnished Apartments S. Prisk, proprietor. _ AT "ST. rTLLA-TB," Nttrbcth-iipT (via Ilralcs

^ille, tounfits rtccive every attention; ten- nis, golf, flshinc;, telephone. Sl._A. Miller.

A NUL-ISBA KIVKIl HOTO-.-Ocean, mountain,

llbhJnR,-boating, shooting; Cobb'a coaeh dailv. Mrs. Jackbon, proprietress, _^_ _M

AT

TeL 0, Cheltenham._^^ BELGRAVE. - Nice COTTAGE, 5 rooms, fur-

nished, garden, near station arid store, beau- tiful surroundings. __rry, Belgrave. _ BAYSWATER, ___\*-__0-__ - ACCOMM&

DATION* visitors; every comfort; close nioiui tains; lovely view; good.table! Miss Tupper.

BLACONSFIELD UP*P1.-H.-"TTÈKCEBA," com-

fortable Mountain HOME for visitors; tennis, piun__ten_ts._The_Mi-ses A'Beckett._ BEACONSFIELD ci-PPI-lC-SALISBURY-HOUSE,

tennis, croquet, billiards; Saturday, Monday morning, 3O/0. 'Phone. Mi-ses Corder.-_ BEACONSFIELD UPPER, "KANOONA."-Good

Accommodation visitors, wide verandahs i_d lwlconli!S__-l'erni_jipp_ly_ Mi-ees__Fowlcr,_ BEACONSFIELD * UPPER. -""WINDARRA,"

filperioi ACCOMMODATION for visitors; bath, hilliards, tem guillo-.; week-end, 10/. Mrs. Bond.

BEAUTÎFUL Scenery."-ppcr Yarra, boating,

1-liing, shooting, tennis, croquet; week end £7.__ Riverslea Farm, Templestowe._ BENDIGO". - UEYWOOD'S PAt-AO_, near st»,,

tlon, 100 rooms, accommodation Al; "L, eight porter._ BEBCrmVÖIlTII, the Italy of Victoria, Charming

Scenery.-I'linilshcd HOUSES. Apply Secre- tar)', Mountain^ Cottage Company.

-O1IÎGI110N. Orcth Manor-it. - First _o_ AC JJ COMMODATION, large grounds, garage, minuteJram,_b_acli. _'Miss li. Capper. Tel. 390.

BLACK ROCK, The Bungalow," Tboiras-etrcct.

Good ACCOMMODATION. Mrs. M. A. M'Dou-

all!. 'Phone 112, Cheltenham._ B_.\cf' ROCK, Esplanade. - Superior ACCOM-

MODATION, piano, bathing-box; trams pass. 'Phone US, Chelt. Mrs. Wrixon. "Caloundra."

BTA-K ROCK. - Superior ACCOM MOD ATIO**;

large garden, verandahs, tente, tennis; week- ends, bathing-box. "Glenmore."

LACK ROqK._

B

beach mid tram. Miss Lawton

BLACK KOCK.-Unfurnished 110U__; S large

rooms, lease or sell, with another. Forrest, Love-st. . _ _t ' _

BI_ACI.~-lOCK.-Ftirnlshod'ROOMS, use kltelien, I

. diulngrooms; batliing-box. Edenliope, Seaview, crescent_ _ _ _ _ _

BRAEMAIt, WOODEND, MOUNT MACEDON.

IDEAL for HOLIDAYS. ' 2400ft. Above Sea Level.

Golf, Croquet, Tennis, Billiards.

Telephone to Melbourne in House.

A. T. JAMES.

B

B1UTANN1A-HOUSE; South Yarra, Close Station.

-Good ACCOMMODATION, boarders, vibitors; night porter. Under new management. Mr. H. Barr, *__-ag_r__T__7______/_

UFKALO HOSPICE.-First-class ACCOMMODA- J

TJON. and all conveniences; terms, £2/3/ j per week. E. Carlisle, proprietor;_ BUFFALO MOUNTAINS, "Em__"-A reined j

HOME for visitors. Write J. Minsflcld, jim-. Porepunkah._

B-FFÂLO MOUNTAINS, Government CHALET.

-Superior ACCOMMODATION, hqt baths, gas, sewered. Tourist Bureau or J. Newton, lessee.

".DUrFALO-IIOUSE," foot mountain; "Chalet," X- overlooking Gorge; tent hire, oldest es- tablish-*'. _Mr__Manilcld, Porepunkah.

CARRUM.-To Lct,Vroöined_Flirnished HOUSE,"

on beach, from November 4. "Lansdown," Carrum._p____ CONVALESCENT HOME,

WOODEND,

An ideal HOME, beautifully situated at foot of Mount Macedon; 17 acres of grounds; lSWit, above sea level; own cow kept; tents.

_Apply JNurse Brown._ CHILDREN'S _:._IDE HOTEL, "Cypress-Dene,"

comer Denb)-st., Esplanade, Middle Brighton, near beach and Bchools. Proprietress, Sister Minnie Caldwell._,_ COWES, "Ba}vlcw." - Good ACCOMMODATION

for visitors; terms moderate. Mrs. Walter

Richard ion. _ __ *r_TIIEDRAI* HOTEL, Swanston and Flindcra -' st , convenient theatres, trains ; tanti rcason able^P. IL Rcynolds,_propnctor.__

CLIFTON SPRING-,-Week-end excursions now

on; avniable Friday afternoon and all Satur day. Cook's and Huddart, Parker'-.

OUKTOÑ -PULSOS, Cliff.hóuse. overlooking hay; _terms 25/ per week, 8/ per_d_y-_5lrt Bartlett "/-"Lt-It IULLS," fAi-mn^T-r-A^-Orchard sur

_. roundings; golf, tennis; coach daily, Mrs.

Bin clair.

HOTELS. SEASIDE RESORTS. Sec. COMMKKCI K1, HOTEL, Heir Fire Ilngide and

C) clorama, Victoria-parade. - Good ACCOM- MODAI ION. I). Garrett, Proprietor. __ COMMONWEALTH IIOTFX, Elizabeth and Lons-

dale Sta.-Best ACCOMMODATION (or visi- tors; moderate terms. Miss Reynolds, Propriotrcs-s.

OM1XÏIITABL1Ï I10Í111, between Croydon and

Mt. Dandenong, (very nltrntion, good table, lenta._.Hinton. TL rall ili¡_K¡li,} th_

CHt3-.HA. - Furnished COTTAGE, 2 rooms,

large allotment, suitable for tents, odjoin Inglieieh;_*r>/;_Cook, 228 Glenfcrric-rd., Glenferrie. CHRISTMAS HILLS. - "MAGAIUJON," open

tiritón, mountain scenery, famous resort; _7; Sat., Mon., 8/6._ Mrs. Walker, neo Cumberland.

rMUtlSTMAS Hir.I_5.-'IA7.t_--ni*J-j FAJtM, supe"

\-> rior. ACCOMMODATION; tennis, golf; special tariff. Mi wtsjlolt._ CltOVDON.-"MAROOMBAU," the beauty spot,

migniflccnt extensive mountain icenery, drives. _ Marriott tori Osborne, late "lUH-ldc.1'

C1KO.DÖN. - "B~R~ADEN BRAK." charming

J scenery, good table, piano; tariff, 25/; -cck< end, tv. Mrs^ C. li Walden._i CROV1. ON. - TRAWAÊLA-llOUSI'., cliarmlngly

situated; pacing guests or week-end visitors, i Mrs King and Miss Macnamara._ ORO .DON, Boondara. Tower Hill.-Superior I

country HOME. 12 minutes' walk station; own rows, poultry; tennis. Misses Rlcharda.

CROV DON. - llroolilyn Farm REFUESUMENT

ROOMS; meals l/l Sunday trains met, week

days when advised. Mrs. Brooks._ CMOYDON, Montrose, Sunnyside Farm.-Excel-

lent table, every attention, piano, large gar- den^ 81/¡ week-end,' 8/. Mrs. Phillipa._ CROYDON. - '.'CORONELLA" (tile leading

house), an ideal country'HOMK; every com- fort and attention; tennis, croquet, drives. Steuart HnlL_ CROYDON, Rosebank.-Comfortable, homely AC-

COMMODATION, bracing air, every attention; | 21/. Mrs. Reid, Kilsyth P.O._

CROYDON- (Montrosc).-nirnlshcil COTTAGE. 6

rooms (new), 20/; another, 2 rooms, 12/0; ' let from Dec 20. , 72 Elgin st, C_lton. 'Phone , <__,__.lt}__ CROYDON.-TORWOOD-HOUSE, ||»ourlte health

report, all home comforts; 1,22 train met Satur

dmr. Mrs. Babington. [ C11IOYDON.-"GIJ-MiUSS," superior AOCOMÍI0- I

J I) \T10N for visitón,; Rood table; piano. Misses I M'Dougall._J_ D' A_LESFOftD. - Personally conducted S-day

tour to plcturc*iuc Daylesfonl, 19th November next. 1-Sill particulars nc¿t ueck at Government

Tourist Bureau, or from A. \V. Patterson, secre-1 lary l*rogrcB3 Association, Dawlesford. _____ _ j DAYLESFORD COFFER PALACE, Under New

Management. - First-class. ACCOMMODA- TION; tari!, moderate. J. Laniranchi, proprietor. DAYLESFORD, Ayrslilrc-housc. - Superior AC-

COMMODATION, bist situation, beautiful

pardens, central. ? Mrs. Q. V. M'Millan._

TYAYLESl'ORD.-COTl'AGES, .'), 4, and 5 rooms, U also Single Rooms, Hepburn Springs. Mr*. Dickson.________ D~ AV'Ll-SI.RD. - SPRING CRREK HOTEL,

Savoia-housc, near springs, tennis, billiards, baths. Thone 4. Slgnor Tessero._ DAYLESFORD."-, »nd 5 roomed COTrACES,

furnished; 3 minutes springs, main road. V. IllU, Hepburn Springs._ DAYLI'SFORI).r-6-roomed I*5nilshed HOTBSI*.

Hepburn; Furnished Houses and Apartments, l)a<li-ford. Mil» Crotty, Villicnt, Bt_ DAYLESFORD, Close Hepburn SprfngK.-3.room

COTTAGE, furnished, to Let or SclL Apply Holder, 32 Colllns-st_ DALY"» HOTEL, Healesville (op. station)*, S/0

day, £2/2/ week; hot, cold bath-; téléphone. M._J. Sheehan. ' _'_ DROMANA.-VfAKTHD, B or 6 roomed nirnishcd

COTTAGE, for 4 weeks, from second week January. Apply Veritas, iU Mathmlnes-rd., Auburn. EMERALtiT^AVonslelgh-house.-áüperior ACCOM

' MODA1TON «sitora and tourists; Saturday to Monday, 10/0. A. Wright*_ EMERALD:-Four-roomed furnished COTTAGE,

large balcony, fern gullies, 10 minutes' sta tlon. A. Wright. **_ IJ*l Ë D*E-R AL PALACE HOTEL,

: MELBOURNE,

LARGEST HOTEL in AUSTRALASIA.

ROOMS, all prices, according to tloor and situation.

Two Diningrooms and Cafe.

Wrils for terms; FnniihcB and Permanent Boarders.

"|7\ERN DULL, Kinglake^ - Superior ACCOM X? MODATION, piano, water laid on. Particu- lars _Mrs^ Dash, Kinglake P.O._ FLINDERS HOTEL-Superior ACCOMMODA

TION for tourist, under new management, overlooking bay and oceun; best wines and -pirlta always in stock. John Olsen, Proprietor._ 1 ^LINDERS, "Katoomba," on Ocean Cliffs, Ovcr

. looking Golf-links, Tennis, Shooting, Fishing. Gooil ACCOMMODATION. 1". T.Pri.bblc, proprietor. F UNDERA-nôughton-bouflc, on headland, clo^e

golf links, jetty, bay, and ocean beaches. Robertson._ F~ I1ÄNKSTON-I10USI!. - Tarilf, 30/; Week-end",

10/0; hilliards, boating, bathing-box. Tel. 5, Frankston. Misses Hay._ _

FRANKSTON.""The FÍS7" to Let, furnished, for

a term; gas, tpiano. Hlnpclilf, Nolan-st. _ FRANKSTON, Minute Ileuch, Pier,-Sacrc's

CLAIUATJON-HOUSE, superior ACCOJtilODA TION, from 21/; week-end, S/. __ FURNISHED, Coldstream, 2 miles lil}dale, nire

R-roomcil YILLA; 25/, Particulars G. W.

Milne, LU) dale._

FURNISHED COTTAGE, Portarlington, 6 rooms,

every convenience, close beach, use of bathing box; 35/ week, for month; references. Apply M.P. Argus Office."

ÏJWRNISHED TENTS, on beach, every oonveni 'JL once; week end- spcciulitj ; picnics supplied. Mrs. 'Simutt, Mentone; or IM Commercial-rd., Prahran._'__i' > '_ FURNISHED HQUSH,.in country/" for 2 weeks.

State termskitx) Comfort, Bethell'- Agency, Balaclava._ t '_? _._;

FURNISHED, for 3 or fl months, 3 BEDIWOMS,,

Dlningroom, knd Kitclicn; few minute, from' station ; adulta only. L C.U.. Ferntree Cully P.O FURNISHED COTTAG'*, new, Gembrook Uno.

convenient; vacant till dinstmaa. Hy letter Cottage, 280 William-st_,

FERNTREE GULLY (Upper). - Beautifully

situated Mountain HOME, premier position, op._park ; good table. Mrs. Jensen.______

GIPPSLAND L MUS and BUCHAN CAVES.

"MERRANOBAUR-UOUSE," Cunninghame (lately occupied by Mrs. Roadknight), has bçen thoroughly renovated, and is now open, under new management, for the ACCOMMODATION of .__.

tors. All »learners met Tariff, 80/. -1rs, Clarke /^.ROSVENOR HOTEL, Sydney. - Cool, elevated VX position, four h-ontageg; renovated through- out; elegant and comfortable; cuisuie services ex client; near steamers and trams. C. W. M. Chateau, Manager._^_

G1 EMBROOK, the Premier Position. - .'Faasl

r fern," superior ACCOMMODATION for viM. tors, moderate tariff. G. H. Kustcr. _ GEMBROOK-HOUSn Reopens for Visitora, ten-

nis; terma, 5/ day, 25/ per week. Mrs.

Peeble._ rj.EKLONG.-ALBERT COFFKE PALACE, under VX new manajrement; every convenience visitors; terms moderate. E. Templeton._,_

*T* BELONG.-DYS-tT, I*cveiisc}-crosc*nt, first I _T clara ACCOMMODATION; li. and 0. baths; _beach,_gantens_ Telephone_30^._MJB_JMeiKS. GEELONG.-MACK'S HOTEL, overlooking Corio

Bay, spacious balcony, electric light; bil. Hards; moderate. 'Phone £40. Mr. Strachan, prop. GLADSTONE-HOUSE.-100 room* nrst-c__a AC-

COMMODATION. _-SS VIctona-6t" North I Melbourne. 'Phone 3100._

GLKNFERRIE-HOU8E, GIenferric.--BÖAI_ERS",

visitors, tennis, billiards; night porter; tele phone. -Mrs. Norman M'Lcllan, lessee._

GOOD ACCOMMODATION, furnislicd Roomfl, on

farm, near Hanging Rock. Mrs.- Peters,

Sunnyside, Newham, Woodend._______

GRAND HOTEL, Yarra Glen.-Thoroughly reno-

vated, home comforts; tennis-court, billiards, liver}'; moderate tariff. Mrs. Dawson._ H~ XRKAWAY MUS, Joining Beaconsfield.

Comfortable HOME, good table, drives. Ad- dress Moder_-.c,_Post^oluce,_IIarkaway._ HEALESVILLE; - "HIAWATHA"," beautifully

situated tourists' HOME, mountain air; 25/ leek._Miss Wood._^_ _ HEALESVILLE. - "AIRLIE" (Mrs. J." Wilson),

tennis, fishing. TcL S, Healesville', Furnished Cot_gc_to Let_^_ .*pr.lAI_SVII__-KOLONOA FARM, Beautifully XX situated; Bupenor ACCOMMODATION, home comforts, drivcB*; _/_wcek; trains met.

TTEALESVILLE. - "WARRAWEE," absolutely X1 best position in UcaicsviUe; every comfort.

Mrs. Fred Joliffe.

| ?pr_AI_SVlläj",

HEALESVILLE, Clierry's Kororoit house.-Supe-

rior ACCOMMODATION, cuisine speciality; I magnificent _¡ewsj_dark room ; 30/.

HEALESVILLE, "Glen Alvie."-Superior mi

tain HOME, elevated ¡rasition, balcony; 10 ] minutes station; 25/. L. Lanc_ __

-rTEAI.ESVIIJ.E, Olive Bank-Sup_ripr"-COOM JJ- MODATION, large liouse and grounds; every attention. Mrs. Fiirni-ion.__ HEALESVILLE. - "GRACEBURN GLEN,"" su-1

pcrior accommodation, beautiful Situation, ]

lawns, farm produce, orchard; 25/. G. E. Wilson.

T-TE-LESV1LLB. - "CARINYA," Fcrnshow-nl, I XX eharminglv situated, or Miss Buckley, Aus tralijuvbldgs-, 40 l'.Hr-lheth-fit. Tel. 3030._ HE.I.I_VILLC. - "ALLAMBEE," beautifully I

situated, extensive grounds, near golf-links;

moderate tariff. Mrs. Downey._ _ TTE,UJ_\'ILL_.-Fumfilieil HOUSES, large apd I J_- small, best positions, to Let. Tevhrt, agent.

HEALESVILLE. - "Bellendean," beautifully,

sittiatcd mountain home, superior ACCOM- MODATION for visitors, good table; 25/. Mrs. Car. michael,_

HEALESVILLE. - "NYORA," 2000ft. summit.

.Mt. Toolebewong; highest resort, grandest scenery. Particulars Mrs, Hobarts. __ _

*0_ "ESVILLE, Blnckwood-housc.-Sup_rlof~AO XX COMMODATION, conveniently Bitiuted.'iarm produce, comfort, attention; 25/. Miss J-ccder.

-r_ri*ALI*_V-LLE.-Furnislicd HOUSE, 0 rooms, JJ- "nrv fnnxflnlenee. vnnant Nnvnmher. I.**.*T,.

HEAJJ*-V1I¿_-''BRAESIDE," g_od ACCQM

MODVI-ION, newly furnished throughout beautiful view, liigll position; 25/. Misa Hamilton. "XTOTEL LORNE."-Finest situation, first-elasa X1-ACCOMMODATION; send for pictorial book let. Telephone. _ Mrs. Rooke._

IDFAL BEST.-LET summer months, Hcalher

Brae, beautifully situated, ' mile beach. 1. miles -tation, COTTAGE, 0 rooms, fully furnish.*-, piano, 30 a,, fowls, fruit, vegetables, wood. Frankston._ IDEAL SCHOOLS for BOARDERS, famous health

resort, sea bathing. Mercy Convent, Morn- ington. _APP'}'_ Superior-_^ IDEA"L RESORT for health, sea, and country,

pine avenues, farm produce; terras, 30/. "Bungunyah." n.stings._

LLN-DTS HERMITAGE, Blocks' Spur, Healctmllo;

an ideal Plc-surc RESOUT; telephone, tele- graph, and_daily mill._

"ORNE, "r.ltsI'INT.-IIOUSE."-Superior, lip-to ?i date ACCOMMODVriON', close beach; ttnnl«,

oauet lawn; direct telephone communication; i

nu for de-cnptive booklet; winter tariff. Steele j M_eeko, manager._ LORNE. - "CARINYA." high-class ACCOMMO-

DATION offered. Terms from Mrs. Herbert, late manageress Erskine-house.     LORNE, GRAND PACIFIC HOTEL.-Coaches  

daily, from Dean's Marsh. Miss A. Lewis, Manageress.

LORNE. Gracedale. - Excellent ACCOMMODA-

TION, superior table, piano, every attention, close river and beach. William Clissold._

n.UNCKTOÑ^f*ir_íl3_ ACCOMODATION J for visitors, "Qu.cnsland," 29 Llphin-rd.

HOTELS. SEASIDE RESORTS. Sec, j

LILYDALE.- "Y NAMBA," Albert Hill, Ideal I

position; good garden, grounds, piano, farm produce. Misa_ru- elL*_I LILYDALE, "Beaumont," Albert Hill, Ideal ,

Position.-Visitors, home comforts, piano, bath, tents, tennis. Mrs, A. Kustcr._ LILYDALlî-Six-roomcd VILLA, furnished, bath,

nice 'iluatlon; terms £5 monthly. G. Vf. Milne, Lirtdalc. _ MELBOUR-E COFrEF. PALAOE,

Centrally Situated.

210 BOUKKE.STKKET.

, Trams from Spcnccr-strect Pass Hie Door,

Contains 300 Bedrooms, has large Drawing, Sitting,

Reading, and Gentleman's Smoke Rooms,

Large Diningrooins, Up-to-date Cafe,

Electric Lift, Electric Light,

Night Porters, Hot and Cold Bath». ' Meals Optional. , '

Tariff Card on Application. *

_' _ _._ _Miss CAREY, Managen-«. ¡ MACEDON (UPPER) W..TEHrAI_-~IIOTEL.- I

First-clas. ACCOMMODATION, "infort. * at-1 tcntlon; terms moderate. Tel. '21. 0. Christian, proprietor.'_ _, ' ' - i_ MACEDON CUPPER).-Visitors will find comfort i

and attention at Grade's ROSEBANK. Tele.

p_onq_18_ _ I -VfACÎibO.N* UPPI-IL-Fiirnislied BI"Di_-MS, use

"X dlnlngroom, piano, kitchen; cabs pass door, | Mr_ Tolley;_._ MONTROSE, Via Croydon.-Supcrior ACCb-fMÖ

D.TION, mountainous district, every comfort! and attention; terms moderate. Mrs..Vean_r_. ' - MONTKOS_-ldc_ Mountain HOME, beautiful

scenor}, good table. e\cry attention; mode-j

rate. The Mount. Montrose, vin Croydon. ' MORDIALLOC. - VILLA, near beach, S rooms,

well furnished, piano, all conveniences, to Let I lor the -caron_\pply Wciss^ur T"n_:rd, ,_ MORNINGTON - KIRKPATRICK'S HOTEL,

under new management, overlooking the bay; every ACCOMMODATION, visitors, fa-niliei Murphy, proprietor, late of Dromana._

''?¡ITORNINGTON.-ItOY.U, HOTEL, under

MORNIN-aTON-IIOUSE, Mornington. - Superior

ACCOMMODATION, visitors, good table,-handy station, beach, pier; moderate. Miss Landclls.

MOUNT DANDENONG. - Furnished COi-ACKS,

new; coaches pass. Mrs. Dunbar. ' Wcck

I C^i_-*J0''_?

MOUNT DANDENONG, Via Croydon.-rurnished

COTVAGIl, 3 rooms; rent 10/. Mrs. Craiff, 1 Mount Dandenong. __

Tolmie, Mansfield.

MT. DENDENONG.-"M0UNT.1OY." beautifully _situated, ideal holiday resort. Mrs. Ii. Jeeves. *VrARl!-mi0N'O. - NITHSDAU), Healesville -i-> coach to door, comfortable ACCOMMODA- TION*, fishing, ferns, tennis; terms, 25/. Mrs. Hossack. _ ?VTATIONAIJ-PAUK TOURISTS' ASSOCIATION, i-N, Wilson's Promontory, Corner Inlet; fishing, boating, shooting. Write Seeretary, Bennison.'

NEW. THE-SURY llOTEU Spring-st., Mel-

bourne.-Best ACCOMMODATION, reasonable tariff; meals optional; luncheon daily. John Sheehan, proprietor._ NEW Furnished modem VILLA, complete; close

lo mm and beach, every couven leuce. 42 Withcrs-st, Albert-park._

OCEAN-GROVE. - Menzies' MArEKlNG-HOUSE,

clue to 6ca; tennis, golr, billiards, croquet; terms moderate._________ OCEÂN:GROVE HOUSE, Ocean Grove. - Golf,

biUiards, tennis, river and ocean, surf-bathing. Spears._

LINDA. - "BELLA ViSTA," leading house,

spring water, gas laid on; 2000IU TeL No. Sassafras. ,

O

OLINDA, "LUMEAH." - Smoke and sitting

rooms; coaches to door; .wcck-epds, 10/. Tel. 3,_01inda.________

OLINDA, "TUE HOSPICE."-Ideal rest resort,

gas throughout; hot, cold battis; milk, cruini. 'Phone No L ___________

O "LINDA. - THE aiL.L'?r, «elect, mountain

home; ladies' and gentlemen's bathrooms. Coaches to door. _ Mrs_ Barrow. ___^_

OLINDA, Warwick Farm.-Superior XCCOM

MODATlON, every attention, magnlfice-it views, hot, cold baths. G. Barratt. '_ OLINDA.-HOTEL "DULCE UOMUM.-Best AC-

COMMODATION,' leading house, every con lenience. Mr«. Grant. 'Phone 2, Olinda._ OLlNI>A.-"CIIAltl_MONT," furnished, linen, 0

rooms; charming view from verandah; near storej__/,_sprlng terms. Mr. Parsons._ O-INDA.-'¡BRAESIDE," Heart of Hills, com-

fortable ACCOM MOD \TION for visitors; bcau liliil srenory. Mrs. A. \\}les._ PAHADISF HOTEL, Adjoining Paradise Station.

Gembrook Line. - Good ACCOMMODATION for visitors._'Phone Clematis._Mi_sesjD_2onnor-_ PORTSEA.-TiTl.ct, Furnished COTTAGE, iiccoin.

modale S. cliff frontage; until Christmas, and from Lst March; and other Cottages, Curtain, 150 Quccn-st_.--_. .

POINT LONSDALE.-To Let, month or 0 weeks,

before Dee. 15, vvcH-fiirnlshed COTTAGE; re- duced rent_Opportunity, Argus. _

POlNTUlNPDALi:.-Io Let. a COTTAGE, fur

mshc_. 5 rooms, bathing-bo- Apply 42 Fletcher Ktreet,_l* _endon. _333 Ascot_ I_»01NT LONSDALE.-Tl*RMINUS,""opon to visi-

tors, nearest ocean and lighthouse; balcony

ROOMS. Mrs. Hevvitsrai.

QUEENJaCLIFF.-QUEENbCLIFF HOTEL, plea-

santly situated, overlooking sea and reserve; hotjind cold baths._Tclephc

QUEENSCLIFF. - IIEEOIIAVOHTH-HOUSI- now

open tor visitors; winter tarin* till December. A. M. Anderson. _ .

ROSEBUD. - COlTAGE, on beach, comfortably

furnished, every convenience, vacant to 23rd Dec; moderate, lan lllgh-str,_\liilvcni._._ ROSEBUD.-"PARKMORE," excellent TENT Ac

coihtuodufiott, every convenience. Mrs. Clemcngcr,_Central, 313S._Wri-Jor particulars.

EYE, Near Sorrento.-7-rôome<l stone HOUSE,

' funii-hcd, close beach, conveniences, stabling, p.ddoch«. Beecher. _ SANDRINGHAM, "liosherv illo," Fsplanaile.

-Ulauijr ROOMS, olav station, golf, bathlng box. Mrs. *Hen(lr.v_,_|Photie_ 304, Brighton.

SANDRINGHAM, RIpplrdalL'-lioirâï Esplanade.

Best .COOMMOD \T10.N, winter tiriff; week- ends^ Mrs. Ta.vlor.'Phone ISO, Cheltenham. __ SANDRINGHAM.-S .NDRINGHAM-IIOUSE, best

ACCOMMODATION; tennis; close railway, beach, hot baths; winter tariff. Warrington-ftogers.' SÂNDRIN-ll "L* - BOARD "and "RESIDENCE';

choice cuitiiations; also Apartments; all close beach. Round, Sandringham. Tel. 75, Brighton.

SANDRINGHAM, "Erlcmollt," Victorla-Bt, op.

golf links entrance, close beach, tirst-clat-t ACCOMMODATION; terms application.

SANDI1INGU -M, i:-pl.ina*le.-Furnished APART-

MENTS, b.thhig-bii-, all conveniences, cto-o station. Battersea, Binch*rd._

den," Waltha._ S'ANIIIIINGHA.M. - TOWER-HOUSE 110-llDlN'G

ESTABLISHMENT, home-}, good, reasonable, close beach, baths, station.

SANDRINGHAM. - I'unushol COTTAGES now

vacant, clean; cheap. Mrs. Goldie, Osborne park_Cafe,_Heacli-rtl.___ __

S"ANDIUNGHAMT-Comfortably-furnished APART-

MENTS, week-ends, near train, 1 minute beach. "Essex," The Crescent._ '_ CJANDRINGIIAM, " Ml-Gliuváh, Teiinysón-st. - K3 VACANCIES. Telephone 02, Cheltenham. Miss Gregory.___---, _ SANDRINGHAM, HoílamMiouse, 'IVnnvsöiT-st.,

Close Beach, . Train.-Tent ACCOMMODA- TION, _.._Tclcp!ione_2ll,_Chcltcnbam. _ _ SANDRINGHAM. - Furnished" APARTMENTSÇ

use diniugroom, kitchen, minute beach. Mrs. Thomas. SI. Austell, Norwood and rtarold st".

SANDRINGHAM, "Ilôflidaylc," Toiinjson-st. -

ACCOMMODATION, op. beach, bathing-box; _.*/; week-ends, 8/. Miss M'Mahon._ SASSAFRAS, "ncllovuc."-Comfortable -fountain

HOME, bracing air, fern __llies; coach to door. J. lirecrL_ _ __ SASSAFRAS," MT., 20.0ft.-SASSAFÍlAS-lOirSaí,

l»ilii:<; cituatlon; winter tarlo. Ring up No. 1, SasSfms. W. Jones, proprietor.

SASSAFRAS,** Fornhcm, home nway from liome,

rentre beautiful teenery, croquet; 2_/; 'week- end, 9/. Mr.<. Tutt._?

SASSA. RAS.-Furnished COTTAGES, e\cry con-

venience; no \acaneira for Chrktmaa; II., C.

batliB._Vlllot,_CooecJ_ _ SASSAFRAS.-"Hoi-. Dell," ideal resort, spring«,

fern gullies; hot battis; __/; week-end, 8/0.

Briginshaw, Bayswater._ ? SASSAFRAS.-Mountains, camping ground, fern

gully, with or without kitchen. Apply "Loma Doone, Sassafras._^ ___ SASSAFRAS.-To Le., fllmí-íic',' ñw .-roomed _VILLA. P. II. Cadby, 310 Post-office-place.

S' ASS-VFtUST-APPI-ETIIORPErcomforlablc AC

COMMODATIO.N, own fern-gully, cbanlics to door; piano. «1 Mailcline-st., Carlton._ SEASIDE.-Furnished COTTAGE WANTED, 2

weeks, Christmas, accommodate 8.' Chitty, ?MJwolmc," -lite-ham._ SORRENTO, Portsea.-Furnished VILLAS, Cot-

tages. Rooms, best positions, lowest rentals; secure early. _Masfarlan, grocer, agent. __ SORRENTO.-Furni-hed -roomed COTTAO-i

good position; comfortable. 77 Sliakcsncar grove. Hawthorn._ SORRENTO.-Ncw VILLA, 7 >¿oms, well fur

nislied, piano, laundry, near lieach, golf-links. Telephone 1011, Hawthorn^ _ _ - __

ST. KILDA".-Wimpole*- GKORÖirilÖTET,. Op.

Railway Station. Sea Views.-Suites APART. MENTS vacant; families, boarders; charges reason- able;_ __ ST. KILDA. - ÍÍX-IPTON-HOUSE (Lite CoTSTe

Palace). - ACCOMMODATION', boarders, visl tors; near train, tram, beach. Telephone 12-3, W. Mrs. Rowan, mfamgercss._^^

STRAND HOTEL. Cairns, under new manâgî

ment, ready for tourists, travellers, visitors, North Queensland. S. M'l.can. _ SUPERIOR ACCOMMODÂT'lON, grounds, sum

lnorhou-C, S minutes station; terms moderate. Mrs. Heazlewood, Cape-sl., Hcidcll-crg.

SYDNEY VISITORS find superior ACCOM."~"at

Dorrlngton-house, S2-4 Huntcr-st, Sydney. Furn. Flats and Balcony Rooms, from 1 guinea. .TASMANIA.-Visitor» to Hobart.will flnll supo" J- rlor ACCOMMODATION nt "Stratford-house";

terms moderate. Mrs. Glenn, proprietress. ' ' ?

TORQUAY. - fASSELL'S HOTEL, now open,

.after being thoroughly renovated, inside und out; safe bathing, fishing, shooting, golf; and, every comfort; terms moderate._'_ TOOLANGI-HÖETS"!'. Via

Holiday Resort, in

terms, M. Cameron._-_ ._?___ _ ¡ rnORQUAY.-"O'foomcd HOUSE, furnlîhcd,' bath

-L* ing-box, good t-ltuation. C. Seeley, Box 3, !

Colac. _._ _ ?

_ DI von and Sons, _32_Chapcl-st., Prahran, or_prciniscs. _.__ UPPER FERNTREE GULLY. -Superior AC-

COMMODATION, "eluded mountain home,, milk and cream. _ Janiesleigh. Misses Jones._.

VICTOR! A" COFFEE PALACE. Collins-st, Mel

bourne-Trami, pass; early .breakfast. Mra..

David_ Dobie, manageress. ' ' ?_ ~-t. ( - VISITOI1S for Mt Buffalo stay MILLPORT-'

HOUSE, Porepunkah;'cubs meet all'trains; Buffalo-road starts from Porepunkah. Mra. W. I*.

Henderson, proprietress._' j W" A*NTED, Carrum or Chelsea, COTTAGÜ, 2 bed- !

roomo; first fortnight November. Jtc'x,"' Argus_ olUce. _ _

rX/'ANTED,' .-roomed fumishcdljOrr-rÖE,' alsti ' * 2 rooms, near Gembrook, nealsvillo line, 25th October. iy.llday, Albert-park l'ost-ofllce.

HOTELS. SEASIDE TtESOBTS. ¿fco.

WANPIV- "KRHYUOA 1 ARM," çlcvatcd posl

t. in, I a nie grounds, good uhlc. Send lor re crmmrndation* ¿1/. Mr* Jin.nan._^_ WANDIN' -BARRIN(.TON . HOUSE, beantifully

m tua ted, good table, bracing air j tents or __!l^__rOUCll._ "ARRAN 1) YTK,-Furnfshcd ROOM to Let.

Apply "Kia-ora," Warrandyte._

W

naphtha. Tariff apply Ml« Ward.

VX7ÄRBURTON, ALI'lN! RETREAT HOTEL. VV Good ACCOMMODATION; cabs meet train«. II. W. Leith, manager._ WARBURTON. - "MOUNTAIN CRAND," tile

popular resort; hot and cold baths, tennis, billlards.^ovtr 50_roonis_Mrs. Sears.

WARBURTON, Eloura. -"Comfortable ACCOM-

MODATION for visitors, terms 25/ per week. A. J. Noar._ , _ ______ WARBURTON DISTRICT, Moi.nt "Thule," Yarra |VV Junction - ACCOMMODATION* visitors, high, scenery, Ac , homely j moderate_ YT7ÂRRN\MBO0L. -^OZONE RESIDENTIAL .VV IIOTKIi, under new management; excellent cuisine; moderate -E. LsThoin. proprietress.

iïffTIJSEA COFFEE "PALACE. - Superior

ACCOMMODATION visitors, »eck end excur- sions; Ashing, stiopting; tariff moderate, Mrs. L. Spinks. .. . ._ WOODEND, 1850ft. Above Sea. - M'KBNZIB'S

HOTEL, favourite with motorists, tourists, families: potroL 'Phone I. H. D. M'Ken_.i,c, 'proprietor._ VX7-ODEND.-ia*ATING'S HOTEL, brick build VV ing, re_ogniBcd home for tourists, visitors, and motorists; petrol 'Phone 12(i_ WOODENij'NORTIl.'ltj-nersley Tarni -Pjcccllent

ACCOMMODATION, elevated position, piano, dnves,_ovvn (arm produce.-^ Mrs_0._Coop._ _ WOOD'GRANGE, Toorak, Op. Hawksburn Station.

Superior Mansion HOME, gentlemen; stables, .motor garage.__Tel.._\arra, IS*! _______

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PHILHAltMONIC SOCIETY

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Soloists

Miss EMELIE STEVENSON, Miss M SMITH,

Slim ELVA ROGI'nS,

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TRIDAY NEXT, 2Slll OCTOBER.

Miss DOROTHY HISCOCK'S DRAMATIC Bl CTTAL

(Under the supervision of Mr Harry Hill).

Bo\-phin now open, und tickets obtainable at

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ACOIIUS MARSH AGRICULTURAL SHOW. NEXT WEDNESDAY, 20th OCTOBER. LARGE ENTRIES. LARGE ENTRIES

Special train from Spencer stn et to the thou at 1 a.m , returning from II i .chus Marsh it ¡510 !>.m. Holiday txt-ur_ion fares

J. I. JOHNS, Secretary.

riTHE LAWN TENNIS PREMIERSHIP.

FINAL MATCHES,

THIS AFTERNOON, on the Association's L-wns,

St Kilda road. Admis ion ]/.

JOHN F. KOCH, lion. Sec. I..T.A.V.

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VAUCLUSE, UlC'irMOND.

To he opened this evening, nt 7..--0, by the lion. F. G. ."udor, Minister of Custom«.-T. G. Forbes, I-resident; W. II. M'Alary, J. J. P. Strallord, lion, secretaries. _ '_

SOUTH MEI.BOURN'E TOWN* HALL.-Grand - SPRING FAIR, in old of .Salvation Army social and missionury work; to be opened by lils "Worship the Mayor, Cr. Miupliy, at S p.m. on MONDAY, OCT..21. Grand imi-ical programme; combination of Headquarters and Hawthorn Bands. -.Tuesday, Murrumbeena Girls.

BIOGRAPH, 'Salvation Anny, Boiirke-st-To-

night all-coloured pictures; 3d. and Od. Something special._- ' _ NAUNTON METHOD of MUSIC.-To-night, Free

Concert and Lecture, Temperance (Lower) Hall, at 8, Russcll-st Mr. Naunton will lecture

Naunton_Mcthoil, and give everyone music frce.

P'lANO, OÍgíii^TUNl-NG, Rípairini;; hat work-

manship; cstabli-ht- 23 )ears; member Piano- forte Tuners' Association. Fiess Bros., 210 Cliapel tt, Prahran._ Tel. 1392, Wlnd-r._ PIANOFORTE TUNlN'0-and nEPAIHINQ.-Jobn  

Blackburn and Son, practical experts (66 vcors' reputation), 152 Glcnfcrrie-rd. 'Phono "1, Wah ern._ BAND and Orchestra INSTRUMENTS HEPAlRfED

on the premises. Note new address-Lyons, 250 Bourke-st, one door from Swanston-st.

DI GILIO'S BAND, Under the"Patronage of IlTs

Exeellencv the Governor-General.-First-cla. 11ANDS SUPPLIED. 62 Lygon-st, Carlton. 'Phouo 132, Olly. '_' _ GABRIEL'S"BAND available for Balls, Weddings",

«¡c, town or country. Hobt T. Gabriel, 50 Garden_it, South Yarra._ SCHRADËRaud GRUNOUERG'S STRING BAND,

for weddings, socials, garden fetes, &c_ilusic Warehousce, 2&1 Chapel-st, Prahran. <»*

VIOLIN alAKINC and~Rcpalrllig;_higlic- class

work; moderate charge«. A. I'- Smith, 41)5 Bourke-st._ . _ '_ VIOLfN, with case, bovvT arc, 21/, 42/, 63/.

Note new address-Lyons; 250 Bourke-st, ono door froro_Swanlton--t_M*_lbournei_ BOA'IN«, "Wre«'tlíñg. Pliy__l Culture, Single

Sticks, Foils TAUGHT. Jack Graham, jun., amateur champion lOOS-Nl, assistant instructor, ITS Colllus-st Jack Grahame "cn-, principal.

COLE'S MUSIC-Popular und - cheon editions.

See page 0 this paper, or visit Music at Cole's. Sole Wholc_lo Agcuts for Paxtou's aud Price and Ri'jnolda' Muaicv_, ' _ F" OUÑD, Arts and Crafts Exhibition, Two

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RIDING mud CYC_lNâ^SCH00-7adjBning"*ï<."r.

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VICTORIAN ARTISTS' SOCIETY'S  

* ANSI. AL 1 MUBIIIOV of

PAINT1SCS and SCUTPI*URt, hO« OPIV DUIY at the

UPPER GAILIRY Ml I IIOURNL ATOLN-CUM,

From 10 a m nil 0pm

A Unique Collection of Australian Art including works tv ali the leading absent native-born nrtists most of which hive been recently Bhown

at the Royal Academv and the Salon

Tlie 1 xhibition which is being held this year In the city in order to better suit the convenience of the art loy ing public, will be open for a short season only

Admission

OSE SHILLING

mm

ÜNTATRSITY OP MI-T-BOUIU-E.

COSSFRA aTORTUAt Or MUSIC

The FOURTH fTHM of Hie tlnivcnntT Conscr intorlum will OOMMl SCE on THURSDA1. 2T*Ul OCTOB1-R 1 ee ST I

SI IXÜAL C1 ASSES

T. .CfirilS* OLA1*, attendance at which for four tenus is a necessary qualification for the Uni

versilv teaplier» eerliiloate entitling the holder without further examination to reg. strutlou as a Becon 1 irv Uacbcr J.3/J/ pLr term

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I ASOUA(.I C1 \SW__ JO/« per temi, S.nd Ootobcr, 11)10

T

IE NATIOSAr ROSF SOOrFTY OP YIOTOBIA

ROSI snow

MT-IBOURS*! TOWY n ALL,

AVITA-I-SDA. si vi* the »mil OCTOBFR. lo be Opened by Lady Cibson Carmichael*

at 2 m p m (for one day only )

Aft ni K11 / ivonirar 1/

I III D W UANDAS.DL, non. Sec. Herald OUicc

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Best Artist--. Ue*t Reproductions.

Double-sided RccQnls. Double Value.

'Die above claims nre easily proved. Call in and hear a JW/3/ Pathcpbone, anil satisfy i out-self Hint it is as good as any other Disc Machine at double the cost

PEOPLE'S CONOUIITS, Temperance-hall, Rus

sell-st.-Renowned Specialty Programme. Cornhill i lion SCTCILKIITS, Songs, Sketches, Pictures. Admisión, Od.; reserve chairs, 1/._ PEOPLE'S CONCERTS, To-night-Stupcndoiis

prngiamiiie. ' Special engagement "Th Palmer-,," comedy trick cvcllnts, from England' i>i_sltsl}aH8_Hiiquü iicrfonnan* e

l.-OPLE-S CONCERTS.-Wal Rockley,' parody Je. kingt Lil Rockley, dainty soubrette, m rollick, ¡ng, laughable sketch, "The CTiineso Question.-'_ PEOPLE'S CONCERTS-Millie Clare, eliunning

serio, in '"llie Zing Zing Hand;" the Bren- nan Filmlly's spectacular national trio, "Bravi Henris."_ -pi*OPL*5_ CONCERTS.-rnuik Peachey, favour X itc baritone, Kings "Farewell, Killarney;' *-.luia Anderson, excelsior contralto, sings "Just i Ix'V e for Someone "

PEOPLE'S CONC1-RTS, Tcmpcrance-hall, To-

night-Trcnii-idous prognimme. Book seats, ,'M. extra. Incomparable Pu turcs (Joliuson and C,il_n)._Special conccrl Cup Night.

PEOPLE'S TONCÏ-RTSl-TÔ-iiigliL-Johnny Gard-

ner; Australia's unrivalled impersonator of America's "coon funniosiuii., in scr-anung farce, "facliool."_ PEOPLirS < ONCiaiTSfT« night-Cal. Guv, the

Tempcrance-ltall INlti Doctor mul Mel'uicholia ruriiig Specialist. Hook 1/ Bf-Jto. 3d. cxtr-,_ PEOPLE'S CONCERTS. To night-Wonderful

prognimme. latest .inimatud picloriil ma-sler picces, Including startling picture, Trulls of Ven- ge ince. Llttlo_Mothir, Tubby's Triumph._ PEOPLE'S CONCERTS. -"Songs, Sketches,

Specialties, .Milln lied Pictures; C1 Hide G. M'lntosh, musical diri-e-lor Popular prices, 1/ and 0*1. Book sells, __ extra- _

M

ISS FAN N Y I. Y N D II U H S T,

TeaehiT of

SINGING and PIANOFORTE.

FURI-O.NC'S Sight SINGING C1.VI-, element-}-»

advanced, winter collar's, Moniliy evening; 10/0 quarter from joliuior (free tests). Studio, Roi al Arc ide. __

MISS LILIAN TV, VCHOs-S removed to Allan's

chambers, Collins st, Voice Bulldint;, Pro- duction, and Breathing ( Ue.auder, Londull), Slug llig._ _Sc.vinour rd t Elsternwick.__

MfSh~KK)IA HANG .V? Final Operatic Í'ER*

FOltMANCi:, llavvtJiorn Town-hall, Monday, Oct. 21. Brilliant Na.linn.il Scene. Tickets, 1/. MISS IlAN'0\N wishes Settle Accoîints; w-inlie

gratciul if proceeds for tickets are forwarded. llcnr)-st, Auhum.

*]\rAlñMF. NELLIE _I'a,nLL.\Nl)r'Voleë~Pro.

.*-*_ ductioti, Singing. "Dunoon," Baxter-at, Toorak; Allan's, Tuesday and I'riilay.

SINGING, Voice Production.-Miss Vanneck (cor

tlllcated pupil .MJ-IIUO Lucy Clumbers, Mr. William Parkinson), Pianola-rooms, Collina-st: IO Morang-rd.. Ilavvthoni, minute stati*

rpÜNOR CHORISTUl-S" WANÏ-ED. Apply stage -*- door. Theatre Ro}al, Monday^ morning, lo 30. V\7 R. IURI/ONOr- VOICirPltODUC*] lONlffëé i> .test); Jiiiurllig, Pianoforte; prepjred eximí nations, competitions; terms moderate. Music Studio, Ro) ii An-de.

*I"*-_N"CY COSTUMES on Hire, Operas Dressed, X Performance-, ccliuol«, silpplirii; anímala, muli, dominos -L-s. ¡»iimitn«, 203 Collius-st. ¡Phone, City, 21S7_ -ROSES, lloscs.-G

p.m.

miIEATRlCALT Fane}TEvcnTn"g-_OST_MES, X Hire, 'lill requisites, carniv ils, i>errorni_jiccs. Pain and Co., Eastern ilrc__e. 'Phone 2022, Cily, Reply stamp._

THE MAORI VILLAGE, at the Exhibition Derby

Night; Maggie Papakura and her Marvellous Maoris.

UNITED HOTELKEr.PERS' ASSOClATÍOíTor

VICTORIA.-HOSPITAL SUNDAY.-A Grand BAND PERFORMANCE will bo held near Queen's Statue, Alexandra-avenue. Members and their friends arc Invited to attend. J. II. Snowball, Orgnuisiirg Secretary.___^_ Çn'ElNWAY PIANOS, -TEC.*. PIANOÄ

I l*.i\C'*5, Di __--.

A. Ulo PIANOLA Co. /

AMUSEMENTS. ,.

QUNDAY ORCiaSTRAIi CONCERTS.

Wirth's Skating Rink.

ElERV SUNDAY*, at 8 pin.

VICTORIAN PROFESSIONAL ORCHESTRA, Assisted lyr A'ictona's Iioadmg Vocalists.

Silver Coin collcetlon. Reserved scats charged for.

CHANGE of PROGRAMME EVER'-' SUNDAY.

1 Incldrntal Music from "Prophète" .. Mevorbcer 2. Overture. "William Tell"._ Rossini 3. Song, "Crossinu the Bar" .Gower

Mr. NORA1AN CHURTON (Basso)

4. Suite, "fcramors".Ruhennteiu S Spinish Serenade.Kitenberg 0 Tlircc Danoo,, "llenrj MU." .. Edward German

(a) Morris (b) .Shepherds. (c) Torch

7. Song, "Nearer, Mv God, to Tliee"..I/rvvia Carey

Mr. NORMAS ('HURTOS (Basso).

8 Overture, "Poet and Peasuit"., Suptie

EUDYARD KIPLINO'S

"JUST SO" ?JTOItlB*,

With

"JUST SO" SONGS, l!v 1-lvvard Gcnnan,

And Brush Drawings from the Author's Humorous

Originals

NELLIE BILLINGS

1NDEP17S DI-NT-II ALL,

THCItSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, at 7 ./> p m.

"¡VTELBOURNE CRICKET CLUB.

OPEN-AIR CONCERTS.

The Committee Is prepared to RECEIVE the K .MES oí VOCALISTS wishing to take part m the Moillfav Sight CONCERTS, and TENDERS for BlObCOPE VIEWS

Also.

The NAMES of GENTLEMEN competent to act as "li MUSICAL DIRECTOR mid ACOOMI'ANIST (combined or aparate).

Details of duties can bo obtained at the M.0 O.

Appllcationn »ill bo received by the Secretary

state voice, tenus, kr. 11 J.' AVARDILL, Secretary M C C

Lud-tono-chambcre, 352 Collins-street, Melbourne, 12tb October, 1910.

W1SS PORTRAITURE.

-swiss poirrRArrojtr..

-swiss roRTR.vr ruiiE. To know bow- to obtain the most artistic effects poaable in photognrphy rcquirca vi-irs of ptudy and experience

Our operators are not pilly experts, but also lakR a genuine pride in their work.and it Is their thorough knowledge of their Art and

their ability to handle light nnil «hade so . as to bring out the proper Unca so that tim character and personality of the sitter stands out prominently tlut has made Swim PorlrH'ts TO pabular ,

Skrtcli Portraits. 22/6 down; Coloured.

.2/2/ (io.ru; Paris Panels, from 17/(1 Do7cn, Oabinetf. from 10/0 Doren.

SWISS STUDIOS-323 Bourke-st., Melb. S\\ ISS STUOIOS-3_l llourke-Bt, Alelb

T

HE AUSTRALASIAN TURF REGISTE«

SDASON «KM 10

IS NOW READY.

EVERY RACING MAN SHOULD HAVE A COPY.

CONTAINS the PERFORMANCES of NEARLY EVERY RACEHORSE for the P AST YEAR in ALL THE STATES and NEW ZEALAND.

Published by the Proprietors of "The Argus" and "The Australasian," at 107 Collins street

cast.

Copies may be obtained from the News Agents celling "The Argus" and "The Aiutral___-_," and

All Booksellers.

"OASEY" AT THE WAXWORKS.

V^AbEY" AT TIU5 WAA.WOR1YÍ.

T1U* ALMOST MAN.

HE'S THE NEAREST HUMAN EVER.

"Uldlug at anchor in the moonlit b13, grace- fully bowing and dipping to the swirl of the ebb tide, lay tile 'Arctunu-* brigantlnc Not a sound save tho soft gurgle owl swibli of the water along lier Hide-,* captain, mateo, seamen, oU save one had gone to _e the great shaw of the city."

Clark Russell.

"OASEY," TOE ALMOST MAN.

HE'S THE NGAIUST HUMAN EVITR.

"Casey" gives his performances Uironghout the day nnd evening: at the Waxworks.

fTAHE AQUARIUM, MELBOURNE EXHIBITION. J- PERI ORMINO SEALS ancUSEA LKMvS

PEltrORMiN« SI*ALS atiiPSEA LlOivS.

EDUCATED DOtlä and MOS'hJ'YS. EDUCATED DOGS and MONKEYS.

LTTOC CROCODILES, LIVING CROCODILES.

UNIQUE MUSICAL ENTJ-RPAINilllNT.

Nw Moving Pictures, New Moving Pictures. îvvv Moving Picturei». Kew Moving Pictures.

FISH HATCHING. TISH HATCHING. FISH HATCHING, 1*1SI1 HATCHING.

Open 10 a m to 5 p.m. Admission, 1/ and Od. _

ZOOLOCIOAL-UARDENS, Royal-park. - Tako

Ellabeth Btrect Red Tram, and ask for trans- fer to gardens, or train, i*luidcrs--_rect via Spen oer-strect, and book to Rovul-park. Admission, Cd. ; children, 3d. ; schools, half-price. Elepb mt. Motor Train. Donkey Rides. Tho Vlco-Rcgal Band will play on Sunday next. .

.gio

Arc Used by the I-ead.-ur Bands Throughout

Austi_i_ i.

Bondsmen entered for tho f5-__-s"ect Competi- tions are cordlall}* invited to call and inspect these wonderful Instruments DASH or TERMS. Old Instruments taken oa port payment for new one-. Illustrated Lists Free on Application,

LYONS, Soie Agent,

250 Bourke street, MELBOURNE

_(One Pool Irony Swunston street)._

ALBERT-PARK OPFN'-AIR SKATING RINK.

Perfect Granolithic Floor, 100 x SO

One of the Finest Rinks in tim Stale.

BrlUiantl) Illuminated and Artistically Painted.

Shown Hand some PTOÍIÍ: for 12 Months.

Retiring Itooms, Sewered

Complete with tho I-itcst liull-bcarinf," Skates.

TO _.*T HY TENDER ON I.11ASE.

_TENDERS CLOSE SATUTID \Y NTAT.

ALBERT-PARK SKATING IUNK, Vlctona

avenue, tram terminus, Tliree Sessigns Dall)

Admission " , Saturday 1/, inorniugs. Ladles taught nnilTnlmittcil free Gd., door ige. Conu-Won Hooks-Ladies, 12 tickets, 3/; Gents, 1- for 0/. School children admission free Sat mornings__ SOUTH Y.RIIA SKATING Bl Nil",

FINEST SKATING KURPACE IN AUSTR-LIA,

THREE SESSIONS DAILY.

Monday and Saturdiv nights, li, all other sessions.

Cd IcL 17u, Yarra

Johnston st, Colling-n-Dod. near Victoria park

station

GRAND OPENING NIGHT-SAT, OCr. 20,

And Every Evening

Latest Animated I"ictur*s und Leading Artists.

Reserved stills, li: stalls, od.

Sole proprietor and nuuiagcr-II irry Leggett

D-.C-.G.-Mr, .Mrs. CLBVFLAN'D'S

Refined \rtillt Beginners' CLASSES, _ S .Tind'AY AITI.RN'OOV.J to 5.30.

¡-ÏÏ_ns_ S \lnbtruÄ,l"11J10',_1,ct,tc'

FRIDAY EV1-N1NO, J 7-JU l0 '0-IU

PRIVATE I_i-Oii8 daily, evenings. Complete

satisfaction.

Call, write, or 'phone 31*1 Drummond st , Carlton,

CATIU'DRAL-llALL, Fltrro),

Sfr , Mrs. Cleveland's ANNUAL BALL. NEXT

MONDAY.

Dmcing S to 1, Plain, Fancy, or Evening Dress.

I ord, citcrcr._Tiell_s, 5/(1, ¡i_ 2/, balcony lid

DANCING.""- Mr. and Mrs Soumprou's" Class

.IO NIGHT, Ciillicdrll-holl, Brunswick-st , Fitzroy, beginners, 'iii- Afternoon, at -Anverle) li-li._."________ DANCING - Mr. Curtis notifies pupils no Class

Cup Night, other Classes as usual. Canning. st, Carlloli._Phone,_Cit), 214S 4 _

-)'\ANC1NG - Mr. Curtis'« CLASSES, Tucsdi), X/ Thursda), Frida) tunings. I'm nie lessons. FtTiishawe, Cannnur-st, Carlton. 'Phone, Cit), 214_ rlowcr Party. Tlmrsd-iy._

CYCL01t_IA, Every Saturday Evening.-An en

tlrcl} new programme of tho Latent and Best Imported PICTURES Oil and, li._ CYCLORAMA, Saturday Evening. - ,rÂiiay Out

West," gre it American minina drama, will be shown for the Hist time here. Popular prices.

Od. iiiii_l/._,_,___ _._'_

GTCLOUAMA. Sifurilay Evening.-Great Ameri-

can Mining Drain-l, "Aw I)- Out West," will he shown lliplcturcs depicting every Incident

C""YCL0KAM \, Every Saturday Etoniiig.-^X "civ

and complete change of programme. New and interesting KllbJectB. Od. and 1/ _ CYCT-ORAMA," Every Saturday Evening-Wo

place the world before you in Pitturcland. Popular jinces, Od_and 1/.

cv '?"'.

CYCLORAMA, Every Sunday Afternoon, at 3 .0 -

Picture ¡service, 10,000ft. of films will bo phovvn.

C*

YCLORAM .. livery Sunday Afternoon, at 3 30 -

Picture Service; 10,000ft of films will ho

shown._ CYCLORAMA, Li co Sunday Night-Saïred

Concert, new and latest pictures, grand or diestra. '_ CYCLORAMA,- Every Sunday Evening, ñt~8

O'Clock.-Our Sacred Concert, with well known artists, Including Blognph Pictures

CYCLOR-MA. Ever) Sunday Evening.-Six liñcs

trams pass within a stonc's-throvv or tho building ___ The MAORI VILLAGE, at the Exhibition, Derby    

Night, Maggie Papakura, and her Marvellous   Maoris    

(roi- Conluuidlion of'Tlus CIuB-"ôi*~A-.\i.i

{lieincnta Sec Next l'age.]

AMÜSEMENTS.

(Continued from Vage 23.)

"JJ EXLEY -OS-YARR A."

TO-DAY. - TO-DAY.

. 22nd OCTOBER 1910.

EICHTH ANNUAL REGATTA. -

Held with the Permission of the Port Offlccx.

NAVIGATION NOTICES.

The Attention of Motor-boat Owners and Others Using Boats is (ulled lo the Regulations Govern- ing Trafilo on the Yarra, Copies of which may be Obtained at Um Torts and Harbour, office, Flin , dors-street, Melbourne.

, SUMMARY OF CERTAIN REGULATIONS,

1. Motor-boals must apply to tile Port OfBcer, Customs-house, for a permit to be on the river on Henley Day, between Princo's-bridgc and Punt-road

bridge.

2. Motor-boats are requested to get to their moorings before the first race starts, at 1.10 p.m., or to wait until the interval m the programme, lint the officer- controlling the course may allow motor-boats to proceed to their moorings it inter- ference with racing will not be caused.

3. Boat Races must not be obstructed.

4. Launches MUST REMAIN MOORED, except during intervals, 4 to 4.30. Such boats must re- main moored till the race before tile interval has

finished.

fj. Row Boats (pleasure skills) MUST KEEP CLEAR OF THE COURSE.

fi. Boat, aro not allowed to land or take np jia-scngers at tho boat stagings or along Henley llcscrve, except at landing stage.

7. Tile directions of police must be observed.

S. No boat shall be -riven to the danger ol UK public.

0. AT NIGnT Motor-boats are cTircctcd to GO SLOW and to keep in the centre of tie river. (Special Résiliation.)

' 30. No boat v?fll he permitted to display any ail x_rtisoni_n_ (Special Regulation.)

' 11. KEEP TO JTHE RIGHT IS KÜLE OP THE

UIVER.

' 12. Boat« overcrowded or Incompetently mnn i aged may be ordered to disembark passengers.

\\ 13. No- Fireworks shall bo Discharged from a

riwat Withont Permission of Port Officer.

t' U. Special Caution.-rersons in Charge of

Motor-boats arc specially warned tliat great danger

J Trill bo incurred by their having any inflammable

I Epirit o-jKjsed while in the vicinity of tho display | of fircvYOTla*- therefore all petrol tanks should be I filled before coming into the Henley course at j night time.

, ' Iii. No boat deemed by the Port Officer or Iris

Í Deputy to be too large or deemed to be offensive, j

",-angerous. or unsuitable, shall remain on tho River

cdong the comrie «_? adjacent waters.

lil. TTTE DIRECTION OF THE OFTICERf* STA- TIONED AT THE OPENINGS IN Tin: COURSE, OR IN CIIAIÎGE OF Tin* COURSE, MUST BE STRICTLY ATTENDED TO.

37. All boats, except racing boats, must move np slrc-im along ihc right-hand (south) bank, and must move down stream along the opposite (north) . bank. '

IS. Every motor-launch must have a simply of dry sand -herewith to soak np any inflammable oil spilt.

3D. AH non-competing boats mnst clear off the -course when the alarm bells ring.

20. All boats when moored or cleared oft the course must Mc .«tween the start and Br*u__cr'fi I'erry, close to the south hank of the river; and below Pnuider's reny, close to the north bank, _mt clear of the racing coût«..

21. Boats may croas from one sride of Hie river .io th(* other at the openings in the booms mark

5np the conree provided for the purpose.

PÜXAhTT FOR BirEAOH OF lUr.UL VTIOXS.

t.rst Offence, np lo-ClO; Second Offence, up to£2_.

___

AT NIGHT. AT NIGHT. '

? - GRAND- DISPLAY

''. W

__-A_ AND WATER FI*.l.WOn**S. . Treai Lit -»¡Oí Electric Festooning, "

ILLUMINATED BOATS.-Prizes for Best IHumi

nated Boat (Open Trophy Order)-Ist, '£5/5/; 2nd, £3/3/. No entry required. Any advertis- ing device or sign will disqualify. Boats com- peting should assemble in Iront of the Com

'_ mittce Houseboat at S.30 p.m. Tile faicccssful

conrpeiitors will be notified during the oveninr', . if possible.

' ' HOUSE-BOATS IIXUM1KATED. . ?">' <

STRING BANDS and VOCAL MUSIC on tho Uiver.

NOTICES FOR THE DAY.

HENLEY RI-STERVE.

1 RICP Or ADMISSION -

APTERSOOS-Adults °/C Children, 1/ l-.i-STSG-Adults and Ch ldrcn 1/

Tickets may be purchased beforehand at usual places in tie citj

Main Entrances -AlcTündn TV «rae near Tngi

nccrs Depot

I -tra Ticket Cate near -trinder s Perry Row og Men at Pr nee s hndge

C VTES OPPS li*» p m and 7 15 p m

II ces beg »110 pm Iircirorks S.J5 p m

01 lain P_SOUT CHECKS on leaving Reserve I y lan 1 at gates hy water at landing stage After

oon Pass-out Checks do not admit in evening i

(CONTIMJED \PT_ COLUMN ) I

, AMUSEMENTS.

""O" E N L E S -O S ?

Î2nd OCTOBER W10. f EIGHTH ANNUAL REGATTA.

Held with the Permission of the Port Officer.

The Melbourne Caledonian Kilties Rand, and the Vice-regal Band will play in the afternoon. J. Riley conductor.

Tlie Melbourne Caledonian Kilties Band and Hie Mercantile Marine Band avili play in the evening.

PURLIO REFRESHMENT MARQUEE-PRICE, <M.

Ladies' Cloak-room and Gentlemen's Room in

Henley Reserve.

Public Telephone on Ground Floor of the

University. Boat Shed.

Cash at Turnstiles or by Ticket purchased in the

Cily Reforehand.

To Save Time and Trouble Provide Yourself willi

Change.

EVENING TICKETS on Silo on Evening of 22nd at

Vienna and Paris Cafes, and Mia Mia Tea

Room*.

Members of the ROYAL LIFE-SAVING SOCIETY

will be on the River in the Evening, and Every Convenience should be Afforded Them if they Deri re.

Tile Regatta is Sanctioned by the Victorian

Rowing, Association.

JOHN LANG, noa. Secretary. Collina-strect, Melbourne. .

WIRTI! BROS.' CIRCUS.

I R T II BRO S.' CIRCUS. W 1 H T 11 BROS.' lil-OD

Under a Vast City of New Waterproof

Undoubtedly the Biggest Show Ever in Melbourne.

A STUPENDOUS ORGANISATION,

Whose Home is Australia.

Established _1 Years.

AUSTRALIA'S REAL REPR-SENTATTVE

SHOW,

Introducing Kew Sensational Specialties Annually.

Tills Season (he Circus is full of

NOVEL, ORIGINAL, and »AIÎISG rEATUKES.

A THREE HOURS' WHIRL of SENSATION,

NOVELTY, HUMOUR.

The niMT-NSE MENAGERIE is the GREATST and BEST in the SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE.

DENS of FIERCEST and MOST UNIQUE'

of ANIMALS,

Tlie Enonnous Blood Sweating African

HIPPOPOTAMUS,

Tlie Only Live Hippo, in Australia,

'Arrived per s.S. Annaherg, Direct from Hamburg,

at a Cost of j_l_-fl.

The Greatest Collection of Animals Since the Ark.

Tlie Circus crowded from centre to circumference with Emotional Blood-stirring Daring Peats, by champion artists, whose names stand highest or the niche of fame, especially engaged for this sea son from the World's Greatest Circuses,

A Mighty Moral Living Object College.

More than a Life of Travel Could Reveal,

SO BEAUTIFUL HORSES and POXIES, SO

In Liberty and Menage Acts.

A Purely Australian Equcseurrictilum,

Second to None on Earth.

WHOLE CORPS of «"W.N'S, DUMMY and

COMEDY MEN.

Tiny Ponies and Funny Monkeys for ihe Children.

OPENING TONIGHT in WIR-fTIS'-PA**.*

MAm*EES-WEDNESDAY'S, SATURDAYS, and

ALL HOLIDAYS.

SPECIAL LECTURES ON* THE WTLD ANIMALS

FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN.

S T

KILDA BEACH.

THE ENGLISH PIERROTS. TUB ENGLISH PIERROTS. TUB ENGLISH PIERROTS. THE ENGLISH PIERROTS. THE ENGLISH PIERROTS.

TO-NIGHT, at 8.30 p.m.

Mr. iLVYNARD DAKIN and Full Company.

PIUOT-S.-If, 6d., and 3d. Box-plan at Allah's. 6d. extra for reserving scats,

WILL and ROB THOMAS,

Proprietors and Managers.

A.

THEN-EUM .* HA:

TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT.

POSITIVELY LAST APPEARANCE in

MELBOURNE of the

CORRICK ENTERTAINERS,

Prior to Their Departure lor America.

LASr APPEAR VNCE of Miss ALICE CORRICh,

Mr. ERNEST LEATHLEY,

And

LEONARD'S BEAUTIFUL PICTURES,

GRAND DOUBLE PROGRAMME TO MGIIT.

Pnces-3/ 2/, and 1/ Box plan at Allan's Da) sales it Ronald's Central

U ALI bit A PRICE, Manager

I milL MAORI" Vn,L\GF "ñFthcTxhibltlon liêrt»

X Night, Maggie Panakura and her Marvellous Maoris_____ ROSI IHOtt, next"« ednetxhv Molhoume Town

' lull, lo lie opened b\ Lad) -»lbson Car michael__ BO .TS to LLT, for HENLEi, corrv 5 or S also

Motor. Jas Fdiviirds and Sons, Prince s bridge t

AMÜSEMENTS.

-. OLYMPIA. Wirtin - OLYMPIA.. - OLYMPU

(Just Over Prince s bridge),

MCLBOURNLS MODERV P1CTUH1- THEATRE,

Direction of . C SPENCER. III RI h A 1MC1 URI. 1 OR Y OU

Ludir i spreading wattle tree,

The Melbourne beaut} sat

*Aitli auburn locks unloosed lind free,

Hcni-ith l ULCKl 1 HA I

\n 1 the outline of a graceful form

I hat will became the flirt

\\ is pilbil} triced encised within

V dabil} UOIIHI- ->MRT

Lvcn fhis is not a cireutustmee comilaroi! with ihe

Unliorsalli 1 opular und Wonder working

SI'INtl It'S / P 1 C T II R 1 S S I' I \ . I It S P I O T U H I S S P h N C L R ' S P 1 O T U it L S,

S)nonymous with Supremacy

Distinguished \bove VII for N dural, Realistic,

in 1 \rtlstic Displ ii

¡si'M-IU CUP IIOI ID Y\ MMINII,

On CUP 1)Y\-.IJFSDV\ NI X1

And 11* member Our Lsuit Saturdav

MVIINFI TO-DA\ AT 210 M MINI I IO DNA AT 2 IO M MINI I TO DV\ AT - IO M V1INH TO DAY VE 1 IO

Tlic Same Croat Progrunme as at Night

Till BEST Oh Till M\NY MVGNIHCFNT DISP1 US wo lune }ct given And Here an siccinl conveniciices it Olvmpia which enable }ou to combine the cnterttiiimcnt with nil

V1-1II1NOON P1C1UR1 PICNIC

Bring the younc, folks to sec I lent Rose and flic Su len *subinurinc \rnst und Barry Sculling Race

Italian U)ing Arlillerv The Likes of Como Old

and the New I'liccn s Own Canadian lillies

CH1IDRLN SlU'INCI TO .LL PARTS.

To du ot 2 TO To night at a To la} at 2 IO Pi nitht at S

tatest Motion Picture Successes direct from

I NGLANI) LUROPI omi .MI RIO\

Shown in Hie Perfect and complete Manner

onl) achieved b)

«PI NCI R S 1 HI ATHhSGOPI CO , Sl'LNCFRS niLATRl-SCOPE CO

The Largest Animated Picture I ntcrprise In the

Southern Hemisphere

Sole Rights Reserved bv C Sp*nccr and can onl)

IK1 seen at Olvmpia the

ORFAT CONTtól ON I 111 /UIHl-SI R1M*II

lor the Worlds Sculling Chimpionship

VllNS. "i B \RR. ARNSI *, BMtin AI1NS1 *, BARRY

Slowing alio the pisluresque scenery oloiur the

Dram i

Iltur HO- and STOIIN SLBM.1UM lIlUTHOil the -íl-Oll N SUBMARIN!

11IU1 HOS1 STOLI-N SUBM .R1VL.

I lill of startling and sensational situitions and incidentally instructive in its Ulustratioiis of Ide

on n submarine

01 D LO*,hS AND THF NI W 01 I) l/)\ l-S .Ml Pill M W 01 1) h-MBS AND Till NFW

A fine dramatic Blorr of how Hie love iff airs of several voting people wire straightened out throi u-h the udnurublc management of one of the fattier-.

V y xMlL-i I 1 lil) A > AM1IA 11 UD

Most delightful and original comedy drama, rhannim-l} pli)ed llv perfect artists

, lill UNKNOWN C1 MM ' HIL UNKNOWN C1 MM

An ab«orbingl) Interesting Western drama, in volving a ranch girl s sensational ride against time

AN AECVDIAN MAID AN AROVDIAN MAID

A picturesque pla} of rustic simplicit), and the teaching of a powerful lesson

W ondertul 1 cats of

ITALIAN 1 LYING ARTHII-RY 1TAI I VN y í i 1NG AU! li LI M

Portraying the various -movements of Italian ir tillen when m full galloi A trul) thrilling 1 icture of during riding

QUEEN'S OWN CANADIAN RIFLES QUEEN S OWN CANADIAN HirLLS,

Mar-hint, Through London

Tin LAM'S 01 COMO I Superb

TUi I AIvES 01 COMO I Scenic Study.

r001_HI AD IN T1U 1 IONS CVGU 1 OOLSHI-AD IN THE LIONS OVGL.

A rcall} wonderful and most excruciatingly fun ii} comic

And a Budget of Other Droll Lough makers. HOW IOVES WON Till Cll VMPI0N-H1P HOW JONES WON THL CHAMPION-HIP 1ILLÏ MSITS lill POOIt TILLY \ ISlTb TUL POOR

A I) MILING C0N1USI0N Le Le . DVRLING C0N1USI0N Vc Ac

Epecially Arranged Musio and Accompaniments by

THE OLYMPIA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA.

Conductor, H V INGHAM

riUCES

1/«, 1/, and «d. Reserved Stats, at Glen u V.

THE MAORI VILLAGE, at the Inhibition, Derbv

Night; Maggie Punakura and her Marvellous

Maoris.

milE

R 0 _T I S C H - A X G E L U S

COMBINATION PIANO.

The RON1SCH-ANGELIJS PIANO Is an Ideal

' ' Instrument.

Tlie New ES-Xote

R O N 1 S C li . A N G E L U S.

Tlie superior qualities of this superb instrument appral to persons of discriminating judgment and rellned taste as no other Combination can, being as it is, the union of the peerless RONISCH PIANO and the unrivalled ANGELUS PIANO-PLAYER into one compact und complete instrument in au ele gant cuse. H cjn be converted from a Combination Piano into an ordinary RONISCH PIANO of quisito tone quality instantaneously.

The RONISCn-ANGELUS is always ready lo be played by anyone-the skilled pianist or tile un- trained music-lover. Its patented devices and ex- clusive features include the MELODANT, which brings out the complete melody against (he sub- ordinated accompaniment; the PHRASING LEVER, which gives exquisite control of tempo; ti MELODY HUTTONS, which provide simple meal

for accent; the DIAPHRAGM PNEUMATICS, whidi produce a beautiful "human touch."

We shall lie pleawd to show .von this glorious instrument at any time. Cull and play it'ior your-

self.

Sole Agents,

CARNEGIE and SONS,

100 Elizabeth-street.

RONISCH PIANOS, BRINSMEAD PIANOS, GOBS and KALLMANN PIANOS, BELL ORGANS, I ANGELUS PIANOS, and the Wonderful ANGELUS

PIANO-PLAYER.

T,l

R O N I S .0 It R O N 1 S O H

R I) " 1 S I) Il riAXOS. Admitted to be "Incomparable."

New Models, In Elegant and Giastc Designs,

Over 111,01)0 Sold.

RONISCH ríanos become bctler anil liettcr as the famous firm grows older. 'The fine and durable workmanship and magnlllecnt tune-cajiable of all shades of expression and force-«ire full satisfac- tion to tui-itcur and artist alike, Recommended by leading musicians.

Terms Arranged to Suit Customers.

Sole Agents,

CARNEGIE and SONS,

100 Elizabeth-street.

We will take your old Piano in Exchange for a RONISCH, and allow you fair value for it.

/.'OIlS and KALLMANN UT " GORS and KALLMANN

** GORS and KALLMANN

GORS and KALLMANN GORS and KALLMANX GOHS and KALLMANN

PIANOS , Are

WONDERFUL VALUE,

TUB MOST POPULAR PIANO

IN VICTORIA.

.5,000 HOMES HAVE

GORS and KALLMANN PIANOS.

Tiley have a Beautiful Tone,

Splendid 'Touch, and Keep in

Tune for Long Periods. J From £60 Upwards.

Sole Agents,

CARNEGIE and SONS,

106 Elizabeth-street.

H

OSP1TAL SATURDAY.

»2nd OCTOBER, 19Í0. At the PIANOLA Co.

w

AMUSEMENTS.

in

HUSH MV1IS1I 1*0-1)\\ at "TO f.RVSI) M«I\lt ro»A. at » OIIASD MU1S1I roi)., at -30

\ nlUl T I .NT I ROCRAMMI

Particularly Minn the for .oung \ustralian.

1/Jucativc Pnligl tcnii g an I Inllnllo I leanin

1 reusily the bailie Si ri - as nt Sight Including the

\irj line

VII WS of fe.DM-. HARBOUlt,

UAH \N 1*1 MSG ARTIIIUIY,

An 1 Musi, al Selections by

WESTS IIllMll.lt OR.ND ORUn_SlR\

Children Sis. mee to All larts at Matinee .x cipt D C , 1/

wn.

,rS PMACI Nightly ot 8 1ST S 1 M \CI Matinees

H LSI S I'M \C1 Tlcdncsdu}« an 1 Saturdays W 1_T S P \L VCL U 2 JO

Best -WESTS PICTURES - Best Of -«Iii- 11CTUE1» - Of All -li LOT b PICTURES - All

Till >USD0W 01 THL WORLD

Managing Director Mr T 1 WEST

PIOTORIAI Pfl AbURI. PUR.! YORS

On the Highest Summit of the Mount of 1 Tcellcnce,

The 1 n. eminent and lncomj urabi.

WIST S P10TURIS, WHS. S P 1 O T U R I S Wibi S 1 1 O 1 U li I S W 1 S I S P I C T U R I b HIS! b P I C T U R 1 b w i- s i ? s p i o r u it i s w i s r b p i u i u it i s, W 1 S T S I I u r U It L s wLsi'b i loi um s

TO DU at"-» At8 10MCHT loin*, at to At s io sicm TOD\\ it JO U 8 10 SIGHT

A WOSDROIS \SS0RTM1_ST of NOM I TIES A WOSDI101S .SSOItlMINl of NOMIllhb \ NOSOROUb tSsOHTMI_NT of S0\ LI TiLb

Beautiful Scene, in I oreign Climes

Marvellous Cavalry ]*xcrclscs,

Magnificently lorlrayed an 1 Staged Art Dramas,

Stirring American Indian Sensations

An 1 Geuulicly ISinny l^augli I rodueert.

Accompanied 1 v the 1 rcmicr Orchestral Combina

lion in Melbourne

lile lnnciial le lluros Include -

Bl .um ur sei si s is M DM . HARBOUR 11. AUTO UI 6CLSI S IV S_ DM \ HARBOUR

Speti ill) t ikon 1 y W est s 1 lcturc Operators, who have .xccllel tlcmsclvcs in Ile wonderful sunset elie ts obt lined One of the best toi leal features hill erto dis] laved

111 It 1 .Till!! S PRIDI

111 R 1 Uli LUS I RIDE,

11 e \niericin Biograph Co s most recent anl most succès fil drinuti- star production The expreshions

f ipi rov ii ire uiiiuimous amongst the vast army of i jtrons

IT V.L1AS Til ISG ART1I 11 R. IT\L1.S HYING MtTII LLlt.

A Grand 1 ictorial Reproduction of Difficult Military

1 cats

I VTIII S AMMA!ID G \**I*TTF 1 \TU1 b AN1MATI D G UETTL, lmrortant News from Everywhere,

SCbSl"S IV III RIIS bCLNES IN BIBLIS

Magnificent views of this Great Citj

lill S11IIU1 I MI-S.SAIISA lill Sill Rill MLSSM1NA

A Great Collection of Dramatic Stones HUMITIOUS I'M I RS Till PARLOUR BUMPlIOUb 1 VPi R& HU 1 MILOUR,

MCI. WISTTI It Al HU 11AC1.S SICK WlNltll Al TUIL li .CES ION TOI IM ST1-ALS V HIC. C1 I

I0NT0L1M b-lEM__ V BICiUA. IO0LSII1 \D IS Till I ION S UTS lOOLblll AD IS Till 1 IOS S DI N

Genuinely Funny Comicalities.

Sew and Popular Selections and Incidental Music

by

WESTS Pill Stil R GRASD 0RCH1-5TRA MLSl _ 1 HI Uli It GIUSD OnUH-SlRA WlSlb PRL1ULR GRASD OROUFblRA

1 RICLS-Cd to 21 Box plan at Glen s

T

ONE TAREWLLL OARRLSO CONCLUT

Direction Benno Schcrck

TO SIGHT,

TniS (SATURDAY) EVENING,

POSITIVELY LAST APPEAUAN'CB

CARRKXO,

TO- OARHENO, TO-

NIGHT. CARItENO, NIGHT.

UAlUtENO,

FAREWELL CONCERT.

SPECIAL POPULAR PROGRAMME.

1. KELTI« SONATA.MACDOWELL 2. ta) Prelude: (li) Study; (c) Nocturne;

(d) Polonaise A Hat.Chonin 3. HUNGARIAN '''ANTASIA.LISÜT.

Second Piano: Benno Selierek.

4. (a) lmpromptl.Schubert

(b) OAMPANTJ,LA.Liszt (e) Mare-he Militaire.Scliuberi-Tau-ig

PEICIS.

Reserved Chairs, Six Shillings.

Balcony, Reserved, Four Shillings.

Second Scats (Unreserved), Three Shillings. Back Seats, Two Shillings.

Students' Conccs-ioii Tickets (Reserved), Half-a

Crown.

Box-plan and Sale of Tickets at Allan's and ut Ronald's. ,

BENNO SCIIEREK.

TfiAHEWELL CARRE.NO CONCERT.

TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT.

Five Hundred THREE Shilling Seats, Five Hundred THREE Shilling Seats,

And

Five Hundred TWO Sliilllng Seats. Five Hundred TWO- Shilling Seats. Tickets at Allan's and at Ronald's.

BENNO SCnEREK.

THE MAORI VILLAGE, at the Exhibition, Derby Night; Maggie Papakura and her Marvellous   Maoris.

M E L B O U R N E E X H I B I T I O N .

OPENING NEXT SATURDAY EVENING, OCT. 29.

THE MAORI VILLAGE. THE MAORI VILLAGE. THE MAORI VILLAGE.

.LIVING MAORILAND!   LIVING MAORILAND!   THE MAORI AT HOME. THE MAORI AT HOME.

AT WORK, AT PLAY  

A novel and unique Exhibition, with a thousand

and one charms, depicting the life, pleasures, and  

customs of this wonderful native race.

THE MAORI VILLAGE.

THE MAORI VILLAGE.  

MAGGIE PAPAKURA, MAGGIE PAPAKURA,

And

50 MARVELLOUS MAORI PERFORMERS 60

Singers, Dancers, Musicians,

Handsome Men, Beautiful Womenl

War Haka, Pol Dances. Battle Customs.  

THE ARAWA MALE QUARTETTE.

Superb Singers of Sweet Songs,

THE MAORI VILLAGE.

BEAUTIFULLY CARVED HOUSES,

PRICELESS CURIOS,

The most stupendous outdoor attraction ever

offered to the Melbourne Public.

GROUNDS BRILLIANTLY ILLUMINATED AT

NIGHT.

Entertainments Twice Dally.

Afternoon at 2. Evenings at 7. ADMISSION, 1/. CHILDREN, 6d.'

M E L B O U R N E EXHIBITION. OPENING SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 29.

-THE MAORI VILLAGE- -THE MAORI -VILLAGE- -THE MAORI VILLAGE- -THE MAORI VILLAGE- -THE MAORI VILLAGE-

ENTERTAINMENTS TWICE DAILY

AFTERNOONS at 2. EVENINGS at 7.

ADMISSION 1/. Children 6d.          

AMUSEMENTS

H A II

o __

^ITLT,HS(SVTLRDTVN,MU.IRSOOV|S

ni.« MATISLl

ULLLY MA1IVLL VtAlUIAS _Children Half price to AU Paru_ QlbRA HOUSE Sole Proprietor and JJ_ñ¡Mr Mr Harry Riel atds.

__.., _,llr HARIIi HIClv-VHUbS

NIW THOU . VUDH1IIL COMPANY

under Special Engagement to Mr Harry Rickards,

ASOTHIR MAMMOTH VIIHVCIION

HhCVLlhD ond 1ÜXV1LL1) «« « -. At* Every 1 crfon ance

ONE 01 Til-, GltlAlIST bLLCLSSLS EVER _ ..T,_ J SGAOhD

-^irR0 Krn"> n«-- Siorlng lugglcr, ) M TI It O killi til Mil I SI S.Uf . C h,,n U1M111S1

W VITIR C hlLI . al Ilk. lily 1 V Tilt O KJLI . Lil MU I M ¡; .Linie ivLin -initiisL

1} VI TI It O KI I M Fi glan I s M B eai l Xpert WAI 11 II C KEI1 . Mr uni Mrs

j; vi n ii o KI 11. u \ \n \ MOTT W VII! It C KLIJ \ H A M1VM0T1

W VI II HO killi Sociclv Sketch Vrllets }} MIHI C hill. 1 Vltlt. Uttlb 'VALTIHO KI I IV 1 MIR. 11 VMS

W ALT! li O M11 V London s (}uah t Comedian lit Virginian Judge

Mr Kelly is America s Latest and Greatest Monologue Entertainer w ¡tho t i ter tp of stago accessory ho reproduces | (.opie foreign to us i bing words often unknown to us I Is great urt and 11s brilliant lumour make tie ilcture vivid fasdnutint, con prel cnsible

T0-1)V\ (S VI URI) VI) 10 SIGHT

Vnoth r

RIC ST VU 1 SCVGI MI ST

Just Arrived direct from the Coi tincnt of Turopo 1 r RMSb Mltcdonia on Mu! li, last nier bjwuil 1 m,agement lo Mr Harr 111 1 nrds and

llllbl U1LAHASC. IS VLSlKVIlVof

IIS MVRBVS IIS MVItllVS 1 1-. MARB V« IIS MVRBVS US MVRBVS IIS MVRBVS IIS MVRBVS IIS MVRBVS

Humorists and Acrobatic Dancers

Reappearance I

HARRI 11SD1S 1DV UFiminci

Oomcdlai ser ( o nie ai d Dancer

lill SI HMVN VI ROI I VN1 HIL MIWUN VI ROI 1 VS1

Only Direct HlBiig PI}Ink Mad inc Invented

MOLI T S10CKU I H (OUI lill 1VVIES ?VlOl Fl STOClvl 1 1 I ( ODI 111 . IAME8 Englan 1 s Soubrette S n_hig Collier

1 lil I) Bl II 1*1 l'RM) lil ULI I

I ORNA POUNDS KniV GUNN TOOTS POUNDS 1 MIDGFTS HILDAIASL. W1L1 Wllllt IRVING EAliCS LIS WVItlON

LNTHLSIAallG WrrCOMl BRILLIANT

SUCCl-SS

BETirR THAS IM It

That Wonderful Mimic ltnporsoi alor and High

class Voca lisle Min e

I \DIA \r «IVSS 111US I1D1A . I AMASS TITUS 1 .DHYIAMVNSllTUb 1 V DLV Y] V.IANS 1 II US 1 .DI V .1 VMASSllllS

Assisted hy Prof ssor IHKDLRICKJ 11 TUS

Tlie Clever Composer and Vccompanist PR1CFS-3/ 2/ «nd 1/ Pinn at Allan s.

_BookeilJenU 1/ Extra_Earl) Doors Od_Lxtra THE MAORI VILLAGE at the Exhibition Derby      

Night Maggie Papakura and her marvellous           Maoris  

rÍMlE 1ESTH1S

T

The Largest and Best appo nted 1 le ture lhcatre in

Melbourne

NIGHTLY at 8

MAT1NH TODVV ut " «0

TAITS 1 ICI Lill S 1VI1S IIOIURIS IVITS 1I01LHIS 1AI1S llCTUIUS IVITb llLlUlllS iviTs iicnRIS I VII S 1 ICI Lill s 1 VIT S 1 ICI I RIA mrs inn uni s nils 1 ICTLIIIS TAI T S 1 ICTURI S TAI! S PICTUH1 S

Complete Change of Progra nn e on Mondav Con | h te (vhan-C of Progr n e m Monda)

WI en Vi otl cr

MvcMiicisT coi ncnos of PirrUTthS

SI I CI VT r 1 SI I I Cn D fron the Ill-Sl

C0N1IMSTVL HRHISH il VM1 KICVS

SOURCES

Vi 1 Received Direct 1) Mo II) s Tngjisli Mall

w ii i ni yiow s

TO SICHT Till I VST 01 POU 1 UM!\ natrons ill 1 a e of witness! ib tie i roi ni v elk s great

I rogr mm

I IL UT ROSE IIS VSD THE STOLLN

SU11JI VHISE.

A Ulm of exe lu g adventures si o ng ti e uougl ty

flic r s resourcefulness und co tra^ in cmcrgencic1

il o \dvcntuics of I leul Hose It S scries at

present stan 1 ri^l t m front ii j ubllc favo ir HOW IOMA WOS HIL CllVMPIOSSIIH

A RMvLS 1R0GRLS= V. FAM1I1 I*EUD

CVS VDIAN R11LLS A\ ARCADIVS MUD

ntl OTHER JOliSSTOS IICTUHESQLL SUBIVCO

HLIl 1 VTIIER S PRIDI And

A Continuance of tie Lycrlopular TOS TOI INI

lOOLblll AD and TW M DI I DUM SI HILb

T0ST0L1M ILRSb A bOMI ItbAULl

IO0LSI1. VD IN V LIONS OAGI

TWLLDLIÜUMS VLROSAUriOVL ADVLN

TURES

Three Scream ugly 1 inny Comics that Cauae

Uproarious Merriment

TÜLL PI-ME-SIO.. VL ORCHLSTRA

rp it

C L V C I A li I U M TOMORROW 10 MORROW

llelbUVI SUSUV. SIGIU L0SG1 RT

__.

1 VIII «I'll 01 1 S AIR 1 . I11011MVSCI s 1 Ml. M I II 01 I S Vlll 11 RlOKMVSl ES 1 VIII V\i I L 01 I S VIR 1 I It. ORMVSCUs 1 Vlll \\ I I I 01 I S Vllt I I III OHM VSOI-S 1 Vlll W I II Oil S VIR I 1 RIOIiMVS. Fs 1 VREVVLLl 01 US VIH 1ERI OHM VSCLS

Of ti e I an o us.

li.SSLS O Til B\Il\ BVND 111 .«SES 0 111 1H11S IIVS1) HISSES O 111 BVRS 1IVSI) ill-Stó O III BVItV HAS1) HI «SIS O 111 11 VHS 11 VSD MISSIS O III 11V1IV 11 VSD HESSIN O III BVRS 11VSD IILSSI-. 0 III BVII.S BVSI) BUSSES O III 11 VHS BVSI) HESS!-. O III I1MÎS HAM) Rl SSI S O III BVRS II VSD HLbSFS O III BVRS BVSI) lll-jSPS O' lil HMtS BVSI) JIUSSFs O Til UVHS BVSI) BESSES 0 111 BVRS BVND

Coniincncu g

vmRNOON at 3 V1TI RNOON it I M \T SV.URim VnHtNOON it I MM «.VII lill V\ UTLHNOON at 1 NI \. S VI ( III)*.\ VF1H1N00N it 1 NI \r b VI Ultim M-1H.NOON it J

TWO PUtlOllMVNCKS DVU. .HO PI HI-OHM WC ES DV1I . 1WO I 1 III-OIIM VM Eh DVIIY

1 ATI HI M NI W 1 ROC RAMUI-S

MW IVNIVbIVS NI VV DESCRlirlVL

1 II CI

Tius will tie the last epportunitv of heim g this wonderful organisation before tliir departure for Lnglanl vin . Icludo aid West Vu»trilli

V special platform will be erected on tie pla}iii.

(.rNIRALADMISSIONJ/ JSTVND 1/ c_ra__

J and N mr» M-tt OPLN VIR TH1-A1RI

S-I IvlLDV 1-SP1 VNVD1

CHVNCi 01 IROQRAMMf" I VS1 NICHT

Was received with gTtxit entliusasm every mimi er

1 tint 1 earttl} encored

COMÍ AND SdJ "lill- NLW I HOCH VMME.

- -HE I 01 LIED - - Hil lOI-Lll- - - nu- ion IPS - - -1 111 1 01 1 M-S - - lilt 1*01 LU-3 - - TIIL FOI LIES -

New S« gs -Now Donees -New SI etches

S0MITH1M QUIll NOVH VND UNIQUI

S0MFTI11NC. QUU1 NOVEI UND UNIQUL

Till 1- 011 IKS sing humorous songs give funni sketches, daint) dances Till, FOI I U-S oro re lined and amusing who sing and play to make

jou I »lf.ll

Sl-AflNt, ACCOMMODATION for OVI R

2000 1 LOPI r

Prices 1/(1 1/ and Od Box plan at yilan s I A TUEN;* U M - li A L

Direction W1LII.M ANDER-.ON

S VTURD V\ Am UNOOV NFXT at 5.30

SAIURDVY I VENING NLX1 at S

And tile lollowing Six Afternoons and 1-venings,

FOR lill- 1IRS1 TIMi IN MFIBOURNE.

The 1 amous Romantic Vustrahau Picture Drama -Till «OU VTTFR S D VUGHTFR -nil SQU vni ii s DAueinni -lill SQLATTrit S D VUGI1TI R, -Till SQUATTl- USD .UGH- It -Tilt SQl) -Tltll S D VUGllTMl

Bv Albert Edmunds.

THE LONCt-ST PICTURE E\LR. FILMED

And the

I-INEST CINEMATOGRA1 li PICTURE El, PR

FRODLCtü IN VUSTRAIIA

Acted b) WILLI VM VNDFRSON S I OPULAR

Real Australian Life

THF MAORI VILLAGE at the Exhibition Derby    

Night Maggie Papakura and her Marvellous Maoris      

ROSE SHOW Wednesdav next Wcdnc_av Mel

bourne lown hall, one day onl), -30 t» 10

p m

AMUSEMENTS.

THE KING'S THEATRE.          

Sole Lessee and Manager, WILLIAM ANDERSON      

A NOVEL and IMPORTANT ATTRACTION,    

THE SENSATION OF THE HOUR, TO-NIGHT and EVERY EVENING,

FOR the FIRST TIME IN AUSTRALIA,      

The Original, Up to date Detective Drama,

In Four Acts and Eleven Scenes,  

--BY WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY,--         --BY WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY,--     --BY WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY,--        

By Anson-Grave  

THE STORY OF A CELEBRATED CASE,        

Which is now attracting the attention of the

whole world.  

Presented by

WILLIAM ANDERSON'S    

FAMOUS DRAMATIC ORGANISATION,

CHARACTERS IN THE DRAMA:  

Dr. Hawley Hippon, Mr. Roy Redgrave

(A mesmerist) Inspector Brew, Mr. George Cross (Criminal Investigation Department).

Ned Yorke, Mr. Rutland Beckett

(An expert in wireless telegraphy)  

Jackson Hayes (a young barrister), Mr Max Clifton   Ikey Barney, Mr Bert Bailey Mickey Bernstein, Mr. Temple Harrison

(Jewish comedians)   Captain of the R. M. S. Richmond

Mr. Edmund Duggan Dr. M'Alister of the R. M. S. Richmond,  

Mr. Edwin Campbell   Bob Courtney, Mr. Fred Kehoe  

(Manager of the Royal Music-hall)    

Monsieur Ferron, Mr. Gus Franks (Manager of the Hotel des Frides) Herr Von Wertzenheimer, Mr. J. H. Nunn

(Musical director)

Justice Chumleigh, Mr, Frank Rossmore   Bella Belmont, Miss Mary Lang Meason    

(A music hall star, Hippon's wife)  

Lottie, Miss Fanny Erris

Maggie, Miss Nellie Bramley

(The Sisters Bashall)

Barmaid at the Royal, Miss Isa Millet   Madame Blamange, Miss Lillie Bryer

( A music-hall artiste)  

Ethel Lenore ,Miss Olive Wilton

(Dr. Hippon's assistant)    

Policemen, Passengers, Warders, Guests, Gen-

darmes, &c.

Scene 1 -Interior of the Royal Music-hall, London    

The Message from Mid-Channel Scene 2- Outside 105 Camberwell-road

Scene 3- Interior of 105 Camberwell-road

The Wireless in the Cellar -The Discovery

THE MURDER  

Scene 4 -Room in Dr. Hlppon's House   Scene 5 - Outside Charing Cross Station

Scene 6 - Entrance Hall of the Hotel des Frides, Paris. Bloodhounds on the Trail.

Scene 7 -The R. M. S. Richmond at the Quay. Scene 8 -The Richmond In Mid-Ocean

THE STRUGGLE AT THE MASTHEAD

for the Mastery of the Wireless.  

One of the Most Thrilling Sensations Ever

Presented.

ARRESTED BY WIRELESS.    

Scene 9 - HIppon's cell in the Old Bailey Scene 10 - Corridor in the Old Bailey

Scene 11 - Court room of the Old Bailey

The Trial --Ethel speaks in her own defence -- Dr.  

Hippon's big move --The verdict.

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Stage Director, J. H. NUNN. Magnificent Scenic Studies by REGE ROBINS.   Orchestra under the direction of GEORGE SUTCH.

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By Cecil Raleigh and Henry Hamilton.

Produced on a Scale of such Elaborats Completeness and Splendour as has Never Before been Attempted on the Australian

Interpreted by

A COMPLETE LONDON COMPANY, , Specially Selected by Mr. J. C. Williams.!-,

Thcro Arc No Fewer Than

SIXTEEN DISTINCT ELABORATS

SCENES und SENSATIONS

THE MARVELLOUS TRAIN EFFECT, THE UHltlLLINQ RAILWAY SMASH, HIE OLYMPIA HORSE SHOW, 'THE HUNT BREAKFAST,

THE CUAMBEll OF HORRORS AT TUS

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And

THE GREAT RACE

FOR THE 'TWO THOUSAND GUINEAS.

1'ho Most Exciting and Realistic Representation

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BOX PLAN at ALLAN'S. Day Salo at Ronald/, Central Florists, und Her Majesty's.

PHICKS-6/. 3/, 2/, and 1/._

MISS .IENNIE BRENAN'S SCHOOL of SOCIETY

ami THEATRICAL DANCING has been RE- SUMED at her rooms, Scourileld-chumlicra, l63 Col. lins-strect (op. George's); Theatrical Classes, Tues, doy» and Fridays, 3 p.m.; Juvenile Cluss, Society Dancing, Suturtluys, 3 p.m. 'Private Lct_ons by ap. polntmcnt. For further particulars upply letter. Mi,- Brenan, Her Majesty's Theatre. Schools mid colleges visited. _

The MAORI VILLAGE, at the Exhibition, Derby Night. Maggie Pupakura and her Marvellous  

Maoris.

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