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Public Notices. WE GIVE GREEN COUPONS Autumn Dress -Ideas AT McDowell & hughes, We confidently throw down the chal lenge that our Autumn goods yield to none for their style, newness, and range. ' We have been at pains and expense to ~ make them really representatives — ?that we've succeeded is the verdict of every, shopper who has seen them. And our Prices will appeal so strongly, toor— we've seen to that. SOME ATTRACTIVE LINES APPEAR EST TO MORROW MORNING'S PAPERS— LOOK . FOR THEM. ,,. WE GIVE GREEN COUPONS. « McDowell & hughes 'SYDNEY'S ECONOMIC DRAPERS/' 3S2-3S4 GEORGE ST., (near G.P.O.). D. A. HUTCHISON'S THE NOTED CHEAP SHOPS, :j . GEORGE AND BATHURST STREETS, 79 OXFORD STREET, and _ 430 CLEVELAND STREET, SYDNEY. Direcf Importer of All Kinds of IRONMONGERY, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, CUTLERY, FANCY GOODS, ENAMELWARE, BASKETWARE, and TOYS. ' A Few of Our Prices— CUTLERY. — Best Sheffield-made bone-handled Table Knives, 2/9 A-doz. ; Desserts, 4/3 J-doz. ; best ' Sheffield-made Xylonite-handled Table Knives, 3/9 i-doz. ; Desserts, 3/3 i-doz. ; Robert Moseley's !-est bone-handled Table Knives, 4/3 i-doz.; Desserts, 3/9 i-doz.; Robert Moseley'i best Xj'lonite-liandied Table Knives, 4/9 i-doz.; Desserts, 4/3 i-doz.; bone-handled Carving Knife and Fork, 2/9 pair; Xylonite-handled Carving Knife and Fork, 3/6 pair; bone-handled Table Steel, lOJd each; Xylonite handled Table Steels, 1/9 each. CUTLERY (SPOONS and FORKS).— Oruba Sil ver Table. Spoons and Forks, 5/3, -}-doz. ; Oruba Silver Dessert Spoons and Forks, 4/3 4-dozT; Oruba Silver Tea Spoons,. 1/9 i-doz.; Aluminium Table Spoons and . Forks, : 2/ i-doz. ; ? Aluminium Dessert Spoons and xForks, 1/6 i-doz. ; Aluminium Tea Spoons, 1/ £-doz. ; White Metal Table Spoons and Forks, 1/9 i-doz.; White. Met 7 Deceit Spoons and Forks, 1/3 A-dbz. ; White Metal Tea Spoons, ?d i-doz.; Cocks' Knives, from 9d each; Ham Knives, from 2/ each; Cobles' For with Fhi Id 1/ each; Pocket Knives, frfim 6d each, bw= on- from 6d each; Razors, from 1/ each; Our Patent Razor Safety, only 1/6 each; goy Scout' Knives, 1/3 each. IRONMONGERY.— 26-inch Hand Saws, cqu;;l to, H. Disston's No. D S, only 4/11 each; Ratchet Braces, from 3/6 each; Augers, 1 e ch, Vir noan Buck Saws, 2/ each; Garden Trowels and Forks, 4.Jd each; Garden Border Spades 1 1 encn Gar den~s»akes, with handle. 1/3 each Gan} v Hr^ w^C^vindle, 1/ pr.'h';'Wiro iSeiri g irom 'a per yarvl;', Galv. Binding Wire, 6d per Id \m nciii Steal Axes, full sizes, 3/6 each; American Steel j Axes, 2/6 each; Tomahawks, 1/1.1 each. We have a Large ;Stoek of Genuine Lion and Mug Brand Enamel Stewpans nt half-price. ORNAMENTS. — We have large stocks and great variety of all kinds of useful Ornaments. FANCY GOODS:— We have the Largest, Assort ment of Japanese Art Pottery ware in Sydney. All Goods Delivered FREE to City and Suburbs. Country Orders Packed. Free. ? DIAMOND .' ETOAGEMINT RINGS The BEST VALUE IN SYDNEY is to be had at W. BURNETT'S NOTED WEDDING RING SHOP, ' 51 OXFORD STREET. ,v Hotels. FOR AUSTRALIA. . There's nothing too good for Australia, There's nothing^ too good for. her boys, ' They are crowned with their own regalia, The strength that their manhood enjoys. And that strength has been gained in the field, Where champions foregather to test, Who'll endure to the last and -not yield, With the rest of the world called .best. 'v .- .'.-' ' : i' And at eve, when the struggle is done, ' N Both victor and loser declare— , ?'?? 'It's dry in the field, I'll be the one ,?' I To call for ROBERTS' WHISKY rare.' ' . Roberts' Whisky Cheapest, Best, THE PEOPLE'S WHISKY ROBERTS' SPECLVL OLD SCOTCH, Imp. Qts. 5/, Bottles 3/6, Imp. Pints 2/6, Large Flasks 2/, Small Flasks 1/. Sold Only at . « ' Roberts' Wine and Spirit Stores. MARKET STREET, NEXT GEORGE 'STREET. s ' ? . ? Roberts' Price List CELEBRATED WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS, 2/4 and 4/6. NETHERLANDS Famous Square Schnapps, 4/4, 2/2. BROWN'S FAMOUS '4-UROW'N- WHISK Vf, -4/. FROMY'S MEDICAL RESERVE BRANDY, 6/, 3/3. JOHN JAMESON'S 10-year-old DUBLIN WHISKEY DRY MONOPOLE CHAMPAGNE,. 5/6, 11/. -?? MOET AND CHANDON'S CHAMPAGNE, 5/6, 11/. POMMERY CHAMPA GNEi 5/C, 11/. ' — BINET'S CHAMPAGNE (dry, 'Elite, 1900), 5/6, 11/.. DELBECK'S CHAMPAGNE, 5/6, 11/; PENFOLD'S FAMOUS PORTS, 2/, 2/6, 3/ per hot. TOOHEY'S STANDARD PALE ALE, 6d. ; ~ TOOHEY'S NOURISHING STOUT, 6d. ' ROBERTS' VERY FINEST OLD' SCOTCH, ;6/. . . - ROBERTS' EXTRA SPECIAL WHISKY,, 5/. : ROBERTS' THREE-STAR. WHISKY, 4/6: , v ROBERTS' FINE OLD GLENLIVET, 4/. .j ,;; ROBERTS' SPECIAL OLD SCOTCH, 3/6. .'.,:?? SHAMROCK WHISKY, Imp. Quarts, 4/6. - ' ? ; :, SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PORT, 2/6. . ;. ? HUNTER RIVER PORT, 3/6. ... : ,v PALE JAMAICA RUM, 3/, 4/, 6/. . ' ., ?ROBERTS' THREE-STAR W.I. RUM, 2/6, 4/, 5/. AUSTRALIAN PORT, 1/6. V.' .. ^C'-o V ?NSW CLARET, 1/;, Small Bottles, 6d, 4d.- - FINE OLD PALE BRA5NDY, 4/. - - -.,; ? FOREIGN PORT AND SHERRIES, 2/6, 3/6. \ Roberts' Wine and Spirit Stores MARKET STREET- NEXT GEORGE STREET. CtONULLA BEACH H§TEL SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION. FISHING, BOATING, and SUEF BATHING,' Coaches Daily from Sutherland. TERMS: Frosa £2/2/ a Week. ., . Farther particulars on application. ? ? .' ? W. H. DAVIS. Proprietor, ' ? ? v. Cronulla Beach Hotel. F COURSE, YOU WANT THE BEST 1 BOOaUSlUNG BRANDY AKD SOMWEPPES SODA. ^-^*— ' ' --?'??? - - - . j

Shipping. JJOWARD SMITH LINE. OF FAST PASSENGER STEAMERS. -\ PEREGRINE, 2 p.m., jj . \n?T-RnTTO\-n- - March 18. ?;. jj MELBOURNE ? BOMB ALA, 2 p.m., :, ..- '?. ' J March 25. . ' MELB., ADEL., -) RIVERINA, Sat., May 6 and (. (Carrying 1st, 2nd, and WEST. AUST. J Srd Class Passengers). . BRISBANE, '? -??' : ? MARYBOROUGH, 1 COOMA, 3 p.m., Sat., ? ?-: ROCKHAMPTON, ' March 18. MACK AY, r PEREGRINE, 3 p.m., Sat., TOWNSVILLE, I March 25. , ' CAIRNS, ' ; ' &c..,&c. j ?..'...??? '??;'.. . ?????-??.?? Saloon Tickets arc interchangeable after first port with all other inter-State Shipping Lines. Illustrated Guide Free on Application. Booking Offices : Equitable Buildings, 350 George-street, near G.P.O., Sydney (next Bank of Australasia). Wharves : Fdot of King-st. Electric Tram. Excursions. MANLY BEACH. THE FINEST RESIDENTIAL SUBURB IN NEW SOUTH WALES. COOL IN SUMMER. WARM IN WINTER. SEASON TICKET RATES. ;, DO YOU KNOW THIS ? MONTHLY— ? ?? Gent.'s .. 10/. Costs about 4d a day. Lady's.. .. 5/. „ 2d „ Child's ... 2/6. .. , „ . Id „ QUARTERLY— . ? Gent's-. .. £1/5/6. = „ 8i-i „ Lady'B.. .. 12/6. , „ lid „ Child's.. .. 6/. ? , '„ Id „ HALF-YEARLY— !; ; . ; Gent.'s .. £2/6/. -. „ ~3d .„ Lady's.. ..'£1/3/. .: , „ lid „ Child's.. .:* 11/6. , j „ W „ YEARLY— - N ? ; ; Gent.'s .. £4/7/. ' . „ 2Jd „ Lady's.. .. £2/3/6. „ -lid „ Child's .. £1/3/. ? „ OJd „ APPRENTICES, HALF BATES. CHEAPER TRAVELLING THAN TRAMS, TRAINS, OR 'BUSES. DAILY FARES : Adults, 4d. Children, 2d. STEAMERS FROM No. 3 JETTY, . CIRCULAR QUAY, . ALL DAY AND EVENING. Ciontarf and Pear! Bay. The Unrivalled Pleasure Resort of Middle Harbor. A PARADISE FOR THE CHILDREN. HOT AND COLD WATER FREB. Sea Breezes, Lovely Shady . Beaches, Swings, llazzles, Wild Flowers and Ferns to Gather an-t Take Home. RETURN FARES, Sd.; CHILDREN, 4d. SUNDAY TiME-TABLE. Depart from FORT MACQUARIE : 9.15, ? 10, 10.45, 11.30 a.m., 12.15, 2.20/3, 3.15, and 8 p.m. Depa t THE SPIT Wharf, a Joining Baths . 2 30 3, and 3.30 p.m. -~ Depart BaLi 'iOOK PA T(is.Ajy - 8 30, $ 15 am, uid 2. 5 , -& ~ SterSCaiard mrj-^ £tr-.ets POPULAR CONCERTS ON CLONTARF LAWN, EVERY SUNDAY AT- 4 P.P^. on the -well-knov/n' Concert Steamer Lady Carring ton, on the 3 and 8 p.m. trips. The S* p.m. Trip runs right to Head ol ? Middle Harbor. MAORI VILLAGE AT CLONTARF SUNDAY IS ABSOLUTELY YOUR LAST OPPORTUNITY of Visiting this Quaint Village. Singing and Band as Usual. THE GREAT LAKES ROUTE. 'THE TOURIST ROUTE TO THIS NORTH COAST.' Full particuiam Government Tourist Bureau, Sydaay. ' - iu TMUKLOW and CO., Tea Gardens. A EASIIIONABLE WEEK-END RESORT, SUTHEFtLANi &10USE, SYLVANIA. COOL, QUIET, HEALTHY. One Hour from Sydney per rail and launch. UOKNIXU aa-* AFTERNOON TKAS a SPEOiALTt,. Mrs. CUOSSLliY. TeL 170 Kosarah. Hotels. Clifton Gardens Hotel, MOSM AN. BEAUTIFULLY SITUATED DIBECTLY OPPOSITE THE SOUTH HEAD 1JGHTUOUSI3, . SYDiNiiii: HAiiiiOS. QUITS MILD DUEING THE1. WINTEB MONTHS, UE1NO JSU'luiiiL* KiiALXiiiiiiai l-'iiOM ?ihB COLl- VV£STKttLY WINDS. A^CESSISLB BY FERUY STEAMERS AT FEE QUKisT INTliBVALS k'ROM. No. 1 JiSTTY. ?«U£-J- GliUJULAtt QUAY. M;D BY JiOiJitAN TiiAAfS. VISITORS CAN MOW MOTOR OK DBIVB TO '' OUISINFi AND ACCOMMODATION -?'?. - UNbUKPASSiili. . ;.'' TERMS ACCORDING TO REQUIREMENTS. HENRY ADAifS, Lessee. Telephone. 31 Mogmaa. ? ; ? : ? ?.?7?r~yOWIE~BAY HOTEL, PORT HACKING. A DELIGHTFUL WEEK-END RESORT. BOAT LNU BATHING, ifiamiNU, O.ifbTJiKS, &C. Koute: Hail ana coacli via butuenaua, roau per 'motor car or venicie via Tom Ugiy's ana Miranda. Picnic Parties catered lor auu Hampers sup plied. -First-ciass not dinner always, oupj,)Ueil un uoliuays anU, Sundays. TJiliils: £a 2s per wees,. 7s per day. ' . ii. k\ iiUiittiY, PiOi-rietor. ? pFtlNCE OF WALES -HOTEL, -;?;,?. SANDRiNQHAWi. :-ij~' telephone 4, kogarah 'it!^ . ' ^caterings: for 'banquets, ; i- ?. PRIVATE DINNERS. ?'^?' George's River Oysters Specialty. UUeuiiN PAliTLLiS, UiPSl' TEAS. idALL' TO SEAT 400 Ol-i RlliE. Double Bowling Alley, Quoits and (play Enda. Cricket i'itch and Matting on Hare. Steamer or Motor lioats to Captain Cook's Landing Place, Kurneil, Cable Stations, La . l-e- rouse, t'ortinciitions, Ueoxse's River {within few miles ud to Liverpool). v . : SOME OF THE MOUT BEAUTIFUL SCENERY. BOOK RETURN TlClvE'lS TO SANDRLSGHAM, \ND CHANGE AT KOGARAH. ! RETURN FAlUir FIRST CLASS, 1/2. T-BESENTS,-^Linen aui! Silk handkerchiefs, with XT; names beautifully worked. Fancy/Boxes, with Handktrchiej and Scent, 1/6. Country orders promptly executed. Dresses Braided or Embossed. Webb, 411 Pitt-st., nr. Goulburn-st.. Tel. 1418 City.; Vfi7BERE is the COLISEUM THEATRE ? jffhy, jV.Y. at North Syjinfy/of course^ ? k ?

! $'v^u-* ^shipping. I? 'FIRST and SECOND SALOON ONLY. ?'???.. R.M^S. MOLDAVIA. 10,000 Tons, E. H. GORDON, Commander, Leaves: Sydney,, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23. ? tAt 10 A.M. RATES OF PASSAGE-MONEY' TO LONDON I Single .. .... .. &41 16/ to £82:10/ Return .. .;..-..., £69 6/ and .£123 4/. Return Tickets available for 24 months. E^TRELAWNY, .'?; Superintendent in Australia. OJRBENT LINE'. : AUSTRALIA-ENGLAND. Fortnightly Sailings ' from : Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, and Fremantle. New and luxurious 12-000-ton ' Twin-screw Steamers — Cabines-deTluxe, State Rooms with bed steads and Private Bathrooms, Single Berth Rooms, Electric Lifts and Laundries, Wireless Telegraphy Equipment. Send for Illustrated Circular. DAVID ANDERSON, 12 Martin Place, SYDNEY. WHITE STAR LINE. 'DURBAN, CAPETOWN, PLYMOUTH, and LONDON. Twin,-screw Steamers. AFRIC, 12,000 Tons, to Sail about MARCH IS, SUEVIC; 12,500 Tons, to Sail about APRIL 13. PERSIC, RUNIC, and MEDIC to follow. Fitted with Wireless Telegraphy and Submarine Signalling Apparatus. ONLY ONE CLASS' OF ACCOMMODATION. FARES :« CAPETOWN or DURBAN, £15 15s to £24 Ss. LONDON, £19 to £30. MELBOURNE, £1 10s. NEW YORK, BOSTON, QUEBEC, MONTREAL, etc., from £25. Pamphlets : and all other information- on appli cation. LUGGAGE received only on day of sailing. DALGETY AND CO., LIMITED, !* Agents in: Australia. CANADIAN-AUSTRALIAN ROYAL MAIL LINE. k THE ALL RLD ROU IE. MAKliRA SAILS 3 p.m. MONDAY, AIARCH 13, Horn Li'ion Co,'b Wbart, ioot~ot MJigaret-st. SPfCIAL NOTICE 10 PASSi-NGCUS —All Heavy BaRga,; - I'lust be alongside the steamer before 11 a. in ilonddi UNION b b CO OF N.Z , Ltd , Managing Agents, 23U Geoige btieet, byduey. gTUDDART - PARKER ' LINE. NLW 7V K.I anbT C VICTORIA, Wed., Mar. 15. vnnit 1 ULTMARa\K Sat , Mar. 25. - lUKib, ^ VVlMMKKA^Vea., Mar. 29. H0DIE£CT } \VESTR\LIA^Ve9., Mar. 21. MELBOURNE, ?) COOLGAlfi^fej Tues., Mar. S.A , an'UV.xV. \ ' 2 1. ' ' .- ' POATS, J RIVERJN\, Sat., April 8. Foi partieula -5, apply IILDDUiT, PARKER and wO., Propty., Ltd, 261 George-Street (opp. Bond street). ' T^E' ADELAIDE V 3TEAWJSH1P (COMPANY, LIMITED. FXPRESS LINE OF PASSENGER STEAMEBS. MlLBOURNF. A TNI-\MINCK\, March 17. ^DLIAIDE / AL'^O\, March 24. ~ y KANO\VN V (from A U S N. \LB/NY U Co't, \\',irf, Lime-st.), rii?^\iiTLE J e«* - -^l3'1 x» 12 noon BJN^-iL-.RG YONGAL- Mar. 18. GI \DbTONi«. TtOCKIL»MPTON INNAMINCKA, March 25. rOV NEVILLE -JLVCKAY CAIRNS I LOWEST PARES AND FREIGHTS. ...SALOON PASSAGE TICKETS are interchange able, after the first port of call with other inter Stale Companies' on all services, subject to condi tions which may be ascertained on application to the Company's Office. G.-.S. YUILL and CO., LTD., Acents. 6 Bridce-st Amusements. COLISEUM THEATRE NORTH ^SYDNEY. - EXCLUSIVE BIOSCOPE FILMS. . 'AN ARIZONA ROMANCE.' 'CONVICTING SHAWL.' ': ]; ] 'FRIENDS FROM CHILDHOOD.'- '.; '!' ILLUSTRATED SONGS by Miss GLADYS GORDON and Mr. CHAS. WATSON. Coliseum Pictures. Superb Gems. Coliseum Pictures. -a;™ n m. Coliseum Pictures. Bi-Weekly Change. Coliseum Pictures. Tuesdays and Fridays. Admission, 6d- 1/, 1/6. THE ? ; BIJOU. The Bijou - Pictures, Sacred Display, TO-NIGHT. WE CHANGE EVERY MONDAY EVENING. MISS ET82B24 €L2FF©IS©. One of Sydney's Leading Teachers, 18 years' stage ' experience with leading managers of Australasia as DANSEUSE and BALLET MISTRESS. Teachea Stage, Toe, Fancy, and National Dancing, Song and Dance (actions), CLOG of every description. THEATRICAL CLASSES AVED. and SAT., 2.30, on MODEL of LONDON Schools. I.O.O.F. Temple, Eliz.-st., City. NOTE.— The onjy CLASS where Pupils are THOROUGHLY TRAINED and turned out professional performers'. Private Lessons any hour. ACROBATIC CLASS, Mondays, 4 p.m. ST. JAKES' HALL . r' . THURSDAY, MARCH 16. ^J' ' :|' SHAKESPEAREAN ' RECITAL, ' : 'C \ ,?/?.? MR. WALTER ? BENTLEY ', ' v . ' ? asv . HAMLET. MR. DOUGLAS ANCELON and MISS STELLA CHAPMAN in 'FOR THE KING,' ( and the Students of the Walter Bentley CollegD in Scenes from 'ROMEO a JULIET.' The Plan is at Paling's. mHE DIRECT CINEHATOGRAPH SUPPLY X CO., 6 and .7 'Young's . Chambers, Pitt and Park streets, have 20,000^feet of up-to-date Films, all makers, Id per foot. Second-band Machines, all makers, in stock. Write or call for particu lars. T. MURPHY, Manaser AT last NORTH SYDNEY has its OWN THEATRE. It is one of the Shore's beauty spots. ' -~ ? .VISITORS TO SYDNEY Dine on SUNDAYS, HOLIDAYS, and Other Days at ? HYDE PARK KIOSK, Opp. St.- Mary's. EXCELLENT 3 COURSE DINNER 1/ LEGION OF FRONTIERSMEN AUSTRALIAN COMMAND. Members being enrolled for Sydney Sab-Uait. Particulars and application form3 from , C. A. McBRIDE, Hon. Sec, ? -Challis House,' Martin Place,- Sydney. 'ORESENTS.-r-Engraved Glass, Ruby Flint-colored; JL Mugs, any name, from 1/; Gold-filled Name Brooches, 2/6. Webb, 411 Pitt-st. ?'-; '?'..,'. T-ELPH SINGH, Indian Herbalist and Specialist, JLs has had 25 .years'f. experience in treating all internal and external Chronic Complaints, and has, successfully effected many cures where othern failed.' He dispenses entirely with all operations. He also holds diplomas issued by ;the Western University of Jamaica and India.' He may bo consulted at 110 George-st. West, 2 doors from St. Benedict'* Tel., 62f .Qlebe, „ — - - - V - g

Amusements. ?O- E R M A J E STY' S. Lessee and Manager, J. 'C. WILLIAMSON. Ltd. ' EVERY EVENING AT 8 O'CLOCK. : MATINEE, NEXT WEDNESDAY, at 2 p.m. In Story, Spectacle, and Sensation Unsurpassed. Paul Armstrong and Winchell Smith's '- Exciting Drama, VIA WIRELESS, -I . Magnificently played by a Star Cast. The gun-forging scene, the wireless business, on the Mongolian, and the representation of the wrecked yacht are about the best things in their line that have been done in Sydney. — 'THE BULLETIN.' : Box Plan at Paling's. Day sale at Callose's. THE ACKNOWLEDGED UP-TO-DATE r ', And ONLY Theatrical Costumier*, ? MISS HARR1E BATHAM (ONE) Address) : 77 MARLBOROUGH STREET, LEICHHARDT. ?Phone, 214 Petersham. Estd. 18 ye»ta. ? WRITE FOB QikTALOQUE. ? mHEATRE' ROYAL. Lessee and Manager, J. C. WILLIAMSON, Ltd. EVERY EVENING AT 7.45. TWENTY-FIFTH MATINEE, WEDNESDAY ! ~~ NEXT, at 1.45. SECOND CENTURY NOW IN SIGHT. i ; The Success that knows no stop. . jj . , OUR MISS GIBBS. 'There's nobody like her I'm sure.' ;. Box Plan at Paling's. Day Sale at Row's, MR. HARRY LESTON, ACTOR, ELOCUTIONIST. Pupils for Bar, Pulpit, Dramatic and Vaudeville. PEEL'S STUDIOS. 5 HUNTER-ST; -VTATIONAL AMPHITHEATRE. Sole Proprietors, Brennan's Amphitheatres, Ltd. Governing Director .... . . Mr. James Brennan EVERY EVENING at 7.45. MATINEES, WEDNESDAYS, SATURDAYS, AND' HOLIDAYS. POTTER HARTWELL TRIO. . ' . POTTER HARTWELL TRIO. ,. SAM ELTON. NAT. CLIFFORD. ?.'.'': HARRIS and VERNON, Tit-Bit Trio, Goldie Collins, Nellie Maher, Ward Lear, Cliff Quartette, Harry Hart, Gertie Johns, Bert. .Warne, Lily Crawshaw, Joe Rox, Arthur 'Tbuchert, Chas. Howard. PRICES : Stalls'. 2/, -1/6, 1/ ; Gallery, 6d. Satur day Nights-: Sibils 2/, 1/6, Gallery 1/. TRIAL NIGHTS EVERY. (FRIDAY. rjiHE , .*? LYCEU M.. - EVENINGS, 8. MAT., WED. and SAT!,. 2.30. ^SPENCER'S THEATRESCOPE CO. r EXTRAORDINARY NOTICE. CHANGE OF PROGRAMME TWICE WEEKLY. MONDAY and. THURSDAY. TO-NIGHT, LAST PRESENT GEMS. Prices as Usual. Plan, Palinff's. . ? ?. the l-yceum: COMMENCING THURSDAY NEXT, 16th. MR. SPENCER'S LOCAL PRODUCTION, CAPTAIN STARLIGHT. Gentleman', of the Road. TAKEN AND STAGED BY MR. SPENCER'S EXPERTS. ? ? ? Plan Now Open. . miss marie'jones. . TEACHER OF PLiNO. Also STEP, STAGE, and FANCY DANCING. BALLROOM CLASSES COMMENCE MARCH 22. ? 2 PITT STitEET, KEDFERN. GET the habit of visiting the NORTH SYDNEY COLISEUM nightly. It will repay you. QOLONIAL THEATRE, LIMITED. Direction .. .. J. D. WILLIAMS. CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE, 11 A.M. to 11P.M. SEE IT FIRST AT THE COLONIAL. PERFECTION IN PHOTO-PLAY. PROGRAMME FOR THIS MONDAY, TUESDAY, and WEDNESDAY, , j MARCH 13, 14, and 15. ' , , k' , ''CIRCLE C. RANCH WEDDING. , , ' ; - (Cowboy Comedy Drama.) ''?;'. i| ' 'WINNING BACK HIS LOVEl'- , ,'-, ' '? (New A.B. Masterpiece.) f 'URBANA^TO ADRLVTIC.' — - (A new Scenic StuG^: Interesting and Educating.) This week's laughs include the lollowing comics : 'HOBBLE SKIRTS,' 'PIGS IS PIGS,' 'TWEEDLEDUM POLICEMAN.' OPEN FROM 11 A.M. TO' 11 P.M. SPECIAL MORNING AND AFTERNOON MATI NEES FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN. STALLS, 3d. ' CIRCLE, 6d. ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME EVERY MONDAY AND THURSDAY. ' ZENDA STAGE AND FANCY' COSTUMIEB. All kinds of Children's Dresses on hire for School Displays. OPERAS DRESSED— A SPEOALTY. The recent City Production of ^'Dorothy' (dressed ? by ZENDA) was considered THE BEST COSTUMED OPERATIC PRODUCTION ever seen in Australia. 'Address :-376 GEORGE STREET (next G.P.O.), SYDNEY. ? _^ mOWN HALL. TOWN HALL. THIS (SUNDAY) AFTERNOON, ? AT 3 O'CLOCK. N. J. GEHDE'S SACRED CONCERT.', PROGRAMME. . ; Quartette— 'Alone With Thee,' The Meistersingers. Song — 'Ora Pro Nobi3' .. .. Master J. Hendley. Song— 'Absent' ? Miss Kathleen'' Dorahy. Violin — 'Hungarian Fantasia' .. Miss Ivy Alleril' Aria — 'Hear Ye, Israel' ('.'Elijah') Miss Elsie B. Peerless. .Song — 'A Dream of Paradise' .. -Mr. Roy Allen. Violin Quartette— 'Adante and Allegro' Messrs. Ivy Allen, Mabel Clark, L. Jeffrey, . and Ivy Wardale. Recit. and Aria— 'Deeper and Deeper Still' Waft Her, Angels' (Jeptha). Mr. J. Leith Harvey (first appearance). Quartette — 'Sabbath' Call' .. The lieistersingere. Aria — 'Peace and Rest' .. Miss Elsie B. Peerless. g0-ng_'B.eloved, I' 1? Morn,' Miss Kathleen Dora-hy Violin— 'Mazurka de Concert,' Miss Leila Jeifrey. Trio— 'Lift Thine Eyes' . Misses E. and O. Peerless and K. Dorahy. Song — 'Consider the Lilies,' Miss Irene McPherson Song— 'The Lord is my_ Light,' Mr. . J.' Leith Harvey. Quartette — 'The Chapel . . The Meistersingsrs. standard' theatre, CASTLEREA3H STREET. TO-NIGHT, AND EVERY EVENING AT 8. ' MATINEE, SAT., 2.30. . .' ? ? '.. POSE PLAST1QUE DANCERS. ' SYLVY, - : .DELF DURBAR, Dancing -in the Air. .-? ?' King of Oriental Magic. ; THE BEAUMONTS, ' .. '?' THE WYNNS, ; Acrobatic Performers. in Delightful Sketchea. Highest Variety, . Peerless Vaudeville, Exclusive ? ?' . ? ' &j '?? Pictures. ? : '?-; Our motto : 'rhe Best.' Our Prices -:.' The Low est. Mgr. for Co.,. Fred Elton. ,1/6, 1/, 6d, and 3d. T^XPERIENCED 'Lady Pianiste . wants RE-EN - XlJ GxVGEMENT, Picture Show ; good aecompan iste, sight reader. F.,. 83 Crown -St., : City. '. NLY Exclusive Films and the Very Latest Illustrated Songs at the Korth Sydney ^oausEUMv '' — ?' ? -?-

Amusements. QRITERION T H E A TR E. X Lessee .. ». .. FRANK MUSGROVE. CLARKE and MEYNELL PTY., LTD., SEASON. LAST 12 NIGHTS OF' THE CLARKE AND MEYNELL COMIC OPERA ..- . . COMPANY r_:.£. in ?. ?'? that Fascinating Musical- Play, THE BELLE OF BRITAKNY. LAST. MATINEE BUT ONE, WEDNESDAY, at 2. Box Plan at Elvy's. Day Sale. White Rose. , ? -i ? rplVOLI ' THEATRE. Sole Proprietor and Manaser, Mr. HARRY RICHARDS. MATINEES, WED. and SATURDAY, at 2.20. Phenomenal Success. of the Great Indian Fakir, FASOJLA MARVELLOUS MYSTIFIER and ILLUSIONIST. Brilliant Reception of the young English Entertainer, MISS LUCIA LOTTIE COLLINS, DAUGHTER OF THE LATE LOTTIE COLLINS. .First Presentation of Rousby's Flashlight. Scenes. GREATER LONDON. Continued Success of our Star Artists, DALEY COOPER end MABEL LAIT. ALEXANDER PRINCF ODEYNE SPARK, Charles Lilburn, Lorna, and Toots Pounds, and the whoLa of Our Great Double Co. BOX PLAN at W. H. Paling and Co., George-st. p A LACE THEATRE. Lessee .... GEORGE MARLOW, LTD. DIRECTION1 ALLAN HAMILTON. EVERY EVENING AT 8, \ HARRY PLIMMER V ;'? and ,-j ] REYNOLDS DENNISTON present ? ; ' ' ' A MESSAGE FROM MARS.' ! 'A MESSAGE FROM MARS.' 'A MESSAGE FROM MARS.' Received last night with Immense Enthusiasm by a ' Crowded and Delighted Audience. MATINEE, WEDNESDAY, at 2: Box Plan at Elvy's. Prices : 3/, 2/, 1/. Early dcors as usual. Day Sale. White Rose. rpHE GREAT GLACIARIUM. FREE LIST ENTIRELY SUSPENDED. THE ENTERPRISE OF WEST'S PICTURES, LIMITED. . ' ? ' ? ?. , L . :. DON'T FEAR THE CROWD, i . DON'T FEAR THE CROWD, ,. FOR THE SIRENS ARE WORTH IT. „?* ? GLACIARIUM PACKED TO THE GLACIARIUM PACKED DOORS, AND MANY REFUSED ADMISSION NIGHTLY. MANY REFUSED ADMISSION NIGHTLY. CAST YOUR VOTE IN FAVOR OP. Female Form, 'Shown on Screen, ; as on Shore.' - THE ? sirens of the surf, sirens of the surf. ????'.????.'' s:rens of the surf. '' % OVER FOUR THOUSAND PATRONS NIGHTLY VOTE. Did you ? If not, why not ?i ? ' A BOOM. THE BELLES AND BEAUTIES OF THE BEACH. BELLES AND BEAUTIES OF THE BEACH. including MERMAIDS FROM MANLY, BEAUTIES FROM BONDI, CHARMERS FROM COOGEE. '? ? -\ and THE CREAM OF CRONULLA. 25. Twenty-five of Sydney's f Fairest Daughters. 25 DE GROEN'S VICE-REGAL ORCHESTRA. EDEN SUMMER GARDEN , MANLY i . LUNCH, AFTERNOON TEAS, DINNERS, SUP PERS SERVED IN THE OPEN AIR..1 The Neapolitan Ices a Speciality . ???: TO-DAY SUNDAY. ? ; WEATHER PERMITTING, THE BAVARIAN BAND WILL PLAY from 5 p.m. at this Beautiful Garden. The following programme of Selections will be. played - '.?.''. TO-DAY, SUNDAY* , .. :Lli; '; PROGRAMME ? March, 'Waffengefaehrten' .. .. «_». (Teike) Overture, 'Zampa' ? (Herold) Valse, 'The Flower of Italy' ? (Stefano). Bam Dance, 'Village Belles' .. .. (Kendall) Selection, 'Our Miss -3ibbs' (Caryll & Monckton) Valse, 'The Choristers' .. .. .. .. (Dodwell) Selection, 'Opera Bouquet' ? (Bidgood) Intermezzo; 'Irvina' .. ..... ... .. .. (Rolfe) March, 'Lights Out' ..-_.. .. .. .. .. (Ellerse) Selection, 'Traviata' im. ? (Verdi) Valse, 'Die Hydropaten' ? (Gungl) Barn Dance, 'Corn Huskin' ' ? (Corin) Selection, 'Lucia di Lammermoor' .. (Donizetti) Valse, 'Mello' ? (E. Waldteufel) Selection, 'The Belle of Brittany' (Talbot & Horn) Serenade, 'Spanish La. Paloma' rpHE SHEFFIELD CHOIR. THE SHEFFIELD CHOIR. CITIZENS OF SYDNEY, RECEPTION MEETING. '$f$ ? '' ? '- «.TOWN HALL, NEXT MONDAY NIGHT, ','? '? AT 8 O'CLOCK. CHAIRMAN : The Right Hon. the Lord Maydr'of Sydney, Alderman Allen Taylor. SPEAKERS : Hon. W. A. Holman, Attorney General; Hon. G. S. Beeby, Minis . , ter for Education; His ;Ionor ' : Judge Heydon; Hon. Bruce Smith, ]'? ' ! ; M.P. ; Mr. Wm. Atkins, president ? ; / of the Yorkshire Society; J. J. | -.' . '?' : .Virgo, Esq., Gen. Sec. Y.M.C.A. A' Choice Musical Programme will commence at 7.30 by Miss FANNY BAUER. Mr. F. MOWAT CARTER. i i Mr. ERNEST TRUMAN-, City Organist. , / Y.M.C.A. GLEE CLUB. Reserved Seat Tickets now ~ obtainable FR/5E at Paling's. ? H. N. SOUTHWELL,. ._ Australian Manager for Dr. Charles Harriss. /'?- REA.T Expectations I Happy Realisations ! Aj^^omMang brandy and sqhweppes SODA. ? . ? '' THIRST CONCERT OF FOURTH SEASO1? ?*? by the glorious . ? - SYDNEY SYMPHON/ ORCHESTRA TO^TM HALL, at 3 P.M. ' .-?..-. SATURDAY, APRIL 1. PRICES \ i/, 3/, 2J. Plan opens at Faling'B on Saturday next, ? — ' *

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