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_SPECIAL._

TACE ' QDEIAIN8

OP AIL KINDS,

from 1/9 upwards.

SERGES, 6-4 and 8-4 wide.

BRUSSELS CARPETS and BORDERS.

BRÜSSELS SQUARES.

HOTTLED VELVET STAIR CARPETS,

2-4, 5-8, and 3-1 «ade.

AXMINSTER CARPETS and

BORDERS.

HEARTH RUGS, COIR MATS, TOILET

SETS.

FURNITURE o£ all Descriptions.

CUTLER'S DESKS. CARD TABLES, 25/.

Furnituro Repaired and Re-npliolstercd. Bair jMatti esses lie-mado. Carpets taken BPJ Cleaned, and lto-laid.

WHITESIDES

.& SON,

42 and 44 LIVERPOOL-STREET.

H

AVE YOU TRIED SWALLOW AND ARIELL'S LADIES' AFTERNOON

TEA BISCUITS?

A Delicious, High-class Mixture.

COFFEE CREAMS, SHORTBREAD, CREAM AND FRUIT WAFERS.

Finest Quality the World can produce.

Ask for

SWALLOW AND ARIELL'S

SEEDED RAISINS.

R. MILLER AND CO..

_Wholesale Agents._ O U T T E K - J> U T T E R.

Fresh Butter, lid. per lb.

Good Block Butter, 1/ per lb.

Prime Block Butter, 1/1 per lb. Choice Block Butter, 1/2 lb.

Famous Pineapplo Bacon, 71d. per lb., by the side. t

Crystal Jellies, Id. per packet,

bustard Powders, Id. per packet.

3cusdoip's Largo Id. Cakes Chocolate. Bensdorp's Loose Cocoa, 2/ per lb.

OPEN TILL 10 P.M. FRIDAY,

CLOSE 1 P.M. SATURDAY.

(V. M. MURDOCH AND CO.,

WELLINGTON HOUSE,

_123 L1VERPOOL-BT._

rriHE DESi' riioss

For

LADIES* FINE SHOES

"GILT EDGE,"

SOFTENS AND PRESERVES THE

LliATliiiR, AND RESTORES COLOUR

AND LUSTRE.

JET "B~L ACE.

A. P. BURROWS AND MEEK.

103 Elizabotk-btreot.

Y^ O O D A_N

N D COAL.

NEWCASTLE COAL, 21/ per Ton.

All other Coals, Lowest Market Rate«.

We also have iho best stock ol' She-oak and Gum Wood in tho City.

All weighed over Corporation Weigh- bridge.

GORRINGE BROS..

Tel. 379. Lower Macquario-streot.

WE STOCK SPRING TOOTH HAR-

ROWS, in nil sizes; Disc Har- rows, with extension frame, with or without pole, in all sizes; alto Big Tooth Harrows. Rollers, one and two horse sizes, pole or shafts. Cultivators, Winnowers, Portable Forges, etc

H. YOUNG AND CO.,

8 and 12 Murray-street. «.

PARSONS AND GEORGESON,

Salamanca-placa,

Have for Sale a Largo Stock of

CHAFF, STRAW, SEED POTATOES

of all kinds;

TABLE POTATOES,

Direct from the Growers.

Corned Beof in new 1001b. casks, spe- cially packed. Tea in 51b., lOlb., and 201b.

boxes.

HIGHEST AWARD AND PRIZE

MEDALS PHILADELPHIA EXHI BITION. 1878.

O A K E Y ' 8

Emory Cloth, Glass Paper. Black Lead.

O

A K 33 Y * S "WELLINGTON" BLACK LEAD.

Silversmith's Soap, cleaning plate.

JOHN OAKEY & SON'S LIMITED

BLACK LEAD MILLS. LONDON.

npHOS. MURIDGE, Doctor of Dental ?*. Surgery, has Retmnod from Mel- bourne, and has Resumed Dental Practice nt Peterson's Chambers, Maequarie-stroet. Opp. Old Post Office.

A LARGE STOCK of Nickel Watches,

8/0, 10/, 12/6, 15/. and 20/, at the Tas- manian Goldsmith, 60 Liverpool-street.

R. A. BLANCHARD. MINING NOTICES.

pIONEER TIN-MINING COMPANY.

A DIVIDEND of Six Shillings and Six- pence has been declared, and will be payablo on October l8.

Tho REGISTER will bo CLOSED from 15th to 18th, inclusive.

FINCH,

Secretary.

m_STUD._ fJIRl, HORSE, HOioPUR, will travel O through the Huon, Kingston, Ho- bart, and surrounding districts this sea- ton. Terms, as last year. Paddock pro rided at easy rates. H. L. T .TCHELOR.

-i stock. Huon. s

DILL OF BALE

AND

WILL FORMS

OBTAINABLE AT

IH E MERCURY OFFICE.

BUSINESS NOTICES.

FITZGERALD'S,

THE

COMMERCIAL

SHOW PLACE

OF

TASMANIA, EN FETE FOR THE

S.T.A. '& P.

SOCIETY'S

SHOW DAYS.

Our capncious ivarchouso, with all its recent improvements, will be on fete for the Southern Tasmanian Agricultural and Pastoral Society's Show Days.- Re- cent shipments havo filled each depart- ment lo overflowing.

FULLY £65.000 WORTH OF BRIGHT NEW MERCHANDISE,

selected by our London buying staff, with all the success attending trained experi- ence, will be presented to tho'publio of Tasmania at prices which have made our

establishment

THE BUSIEST STORE IN ALL

TASMANIA.

Country visitors aro invited to inspect our establishment, and to make them- selves acquainted with the magnitude of our trading operations.

OUR COUNTRY ORDER BRANCH

-now considerably enlarged-is located in the basement of our premises, and is under the superintendence of a gontleman of ability, who is devoting all his time and attention to orders from our country constituents. Samples aro mailed to the country, and orders despatched same day as received. Wo pay freight or carriage to auy post-town in Tasmania on all par cols (furnishings excepted) exceeding the value of 20/.

FITZGERALD'S,

THE BUSIEST STORE IN HOBART.

THE GREAT HALF-MASK

ALLUREMENT.

Never in the history of modern time has ah iuventión to amuse humanity boen bo splendidly successtul as has tho intro- duction by the -inventors of

THE

HALF-MASK.

This splendid novelty, brought out in London for the first time last Christ- mas, in a dozen different designs, was immediately accorded an immense recep- tion wherever introduced, hundreds ot repeat orders having to remain unfilled. The briginaüty of the idea, tho life-like appearance ot each design, and, above all, tho beauty and finish of tho highest class chromo printing combined to ac- complish this unique success. Since it was first introduced some 19 new subjects have been added, and a

FULL PATENT

HAS BEEN

GRANTED TO THE CLEVER

INVENTORS.

The masks wore used everywhere for Christmas and other merry parties and social gatherings of all kinds, and with immense success at WHIST DRIVES, causing on all occasions, at a minimum of expenditure, hearty laughtor, lun,

and merriment.

THE

HALF-MASK

BALL AT THE

MANSION HOUSE

in London ih reported as the most bril- liant and amusing gathering ever con- gregated in that historic building. The masks fit round the head in the most natural manner, giving a wonderfully life-like appearance.

OVER

3.000,000

HAVE BEEN SOLD IN THE

UNITED

KINGDOM.

Wo show these masks to-day in the following designs:

No. 1-The Motorist. No. 2-Indian Chief.

No. 3-Indian Chief. No. 4-Pierrot.

No. 5-Express Messonger. No. 6-Tyrolose Boy. No. 7-Coachman.

No. 8-Salvation Lass. No. 9-Granny.

No. 10-Alsatian Girl. No. 11-Dutch Girl.

No. 12-Cousin Kate.

No. 13-Tyrolese Girl.

No. 14-The Malo Motorist. No. 15-A Fair Motorist. No. 16-Jack Tar.

No. 17-The Gipsy Queen. No. l8-The Black Watch.

. No. 19-Kathleen Mavourneen

No. 20-The Counsel. No. 21-La Pierrette. No. 22-The Jester.

No. 23-La Jolie Pierrette. No. 24-A Court Beauty.

No. 25-A French Courtier. No. 26-A Fair Equestrian.

No. 27-The Winning Jockey. No. 28-The Geisha.

No. 29-A Chinese Mandarin. No. 30-The Harem Beauty. No. 31-A Turkish Pasha.

As our supply is limited, and as it is certain it cannot be I repeated betöre Christinas, early application is necessary iu order to prevent disappointment.

FITZGERALD'S.

THE GREAT NOVELTY CA.TEBEHS..

BUSINESS NOTICE3.

H. J. MARSH &.C°

FOR SHOW REQUIREMENTS.

Horse Rugs. Horse Sheets. Body Rolléis. Surcingles. Entire Bridles. Headstalls.

Entire Leads. Martingales. Bridles. Bits. Spurt.

Stirrups. Uirtlis. Rosettes.

Body Brushes. Dandy. Brushes. Curry Combs. Mane Combs. Compo. Harness Polish.

Saddle Soap. Soft Soap. ' Embrocation. Fat Black. Saddles. Saddle Cloths.

HARNESS OF ALL KINDS.

ODD PARTS OF HARNESS.

LARGE ASSORTMENT OF RIDING

AND DRIVING WHIPS.

H. J.MARSH&C0

MTJKRAY and COLLINS STS.

r

'WEDDING

PRESENTS. ßlBBY'S BlBBY'S

'Silver Souvenir Spoons, . 4/6. 5/8, 6/6, 7/6, 8/6 each. ' Back Combs & Hair Slides, , 1/0, 2/, 2/G, 3/0, to 20/ each Tasmanian Hat Pius, 9d,

1/, 1/6, and 2/ each.

Tasmanian Map Charms, \ 1/6,2/, 3/6, to 40/.

r Tasmanian Shell Spoons, \ 4/0,5/, 6/, 7/0, 8/6 each.

' Tasmanian Map Brooches, . 2/, to 40/ each.

Map Scarf Pins, 4/, 5/, and 6/ each.

Silver Initial Hat Pins, 1/6

each. *

Gents.' Silver Watches, 30/

40/, 55/, 05/, to 105/.

Lady's Silver Watches, 21/, '? 25/, 30/, 35/, etc.

Lady's Gold Watches, 50/,

55/, 65/, 75/, 90/, etc.

' Boy's Nickel Watches, 10/6

12/6, 15/, 20/.

Gold Brooches, 5/, 1

7/6, 8/6, to 100/:

Gold Curb Bangles, 27/6, 30/, 35/, 45/, 52/6, to 6/10/. Wedding Kings, 12/0, 17/6, 20/, 30/, to 50/.

Plain Baud Rings, 12/6, 15/ 20/, 25/.

ßlBBY'S BABY'S ßlBBY'S BlBBY'S BlBBY'S BlBBY'S ßlBBY'S BlBBY'S BABY'S ßlBBY'S BOBBY'S BABY'S ßlBBY'S BlBBY'S

BTBUV'Q / Engagement and Gem Rings

1J5D X Ö \ i5¡t to £20 each.

ßlBBY'S BlBBY'S BlBBY'S BlBBY'S BlBBY'S BlBBY'S BlBBY'S BlBBY'S BlBBY'S BlBBY'S BlBBY'S

"DTTiïîV'Q J Ai'ternóon Tea'Spoons, 8/6 J^JLJ3J3X ö^ por half-dozen.

ßlBBY'S "" ßlBBY'S

Silver and E.P. Match Boxes, Sov. Purses, etc.

Silver Pencils, Picks, Fruit Knives, Thimbles, Gold 'Choin Necklets, 12/6 to

25/ each.

Brushwarc, Combs,

, Mirrors and Purses.

'E.P. Ware, Best Quality,

for Wedding Presents.

Napkin Rings, 1/, 1/6, 2/, 2/6, 3/, 3/6, to 9/6.

Silver BroocheB, 1/6, 1/9, 2/, 2/3, 2/6, to 8/6 each.

Gold Bangles, 12/6, 15/, 20/, 25/, to £10.

Silver Links, 3/6, 4/, 4/6,

6/, 5/6, and 6/6 pair.

'Gold Links, 10/6, 14/6, 15/

16/6, 18/, to 45/ pair.

Lady's Silver Alberts, 8/6,

4/6, 5/6, to 20/ each,

Silver Photo Frames, 2/6,

3/6, 5/6, 7/6, to 40/.

Silver Puff Boxes, 2/fl, 3/6,

4/6, 5/6, to 27/6.

LEO H. BIBBY,

WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER,

90 LIVERPOOL-STREET.

C

OALS. COALS.

Mount Cygnet Cool. 17/ per Ton. Mount Nicholas Coal - 18/ per Ton. Cornwall Coal .?... 18/ per Ton. Sandfly Coal .... 20/ per Ton. Newcastle Coal. 21/ per Ton.

Dolivered wjthin the City Boundary at

the above prices for CASH.

RISBY BROS.

6 ELIZABETH-STREET.

A GOOD INVESTMENT

is to be mad» in

TIMBER

every day in the week.

Everything in JOINERY, DOORS, SASHES; abo HUON PINE all widths and thicknesses.

KEMP x

&

DENNING.

TIMBER and'JOINERY MERCHANTS,

Brisbane and Harrington sts.

P.S.-No connection- with the Timber Ring.

THE FOLLOWING BATTLESHIPS

AND CRUISERS of the UNITED

STATES NAVY-Now York, Columbia, Chicago, Newark, Monongahela, Detroit, Machias, Philadelphia, Oiegon, Minne- apolis, Portsmouth, Charleston, Texas, Essex, have been supplied with

MASON AND HAMLIN ORGANS.

Tho most DURABLE and BEST TONED

Organs in the world.

AGENTS FOÎTTASMANIA:

MUNNEW

AND

FINDLAY,

LAUNCESTON,,

Write thom tor particulars.

RUGS, FURS, POST CARDS/ AND

SHELLS. '

THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORT-

MENT IN TASMANIA.

Just Opened, a Beautitul Lot of Cards. Coloured, Embossed, Jewelled, Bass Re- lief Actresses. Latest Comics, and other Cards in Groat Variety.

BARKER, Furrier,

92 Liverpool-fctieet, and 7 Murray-street.

BUSINESS DIKECTOilY.

BUILDERS AND~CONTRACTOBS.

DUjbi!, it., Commercial-rouU.

BUILDERS, CONTRACTORS, AND

BRICKMAKERS.

CHEVERTON, W. H., Collins-street. STABB BUGS., Collins-street.

CHAMPION CYCLE AND MOTOR

DEPOT.

L. LITTLECHILD, 45 Liverpool-street.

COACHBUILDERS AND GENERAL

, BLACKSMITHS.

MATHERS & GRUBfl, 255 Liverpool-at.

CABINETMAKERS & FURNISHERS. WHITESIDES & SON, 40, 42 Liverp'lwrt.

GASFITTERS, PLUMBERS, AND

ELECTRIC BELLS.

BATES, W., 183 Elizabeth-street.

GENERAL IRONMONGERS.

CANE, T. J. and CO., 60 Elizabeth-st. MARSH. H. J. and CO., Murray-street.

PAPERHANGERS. PAINTERS,

GLAZIERS.

T. CHALKERS. 170 Elizabeth-st.. Hob't.

BUSINESS NOTICES.

CHAS. DAVIS.

HARDWARE MERCHANT,

CAN NOW OFFER

SOME VERY SPECIAL PRICES IN

RABBIT PROOF

1 WIRE

NETTING.

IN SIZES

36 x If x 17, l8, and 19 gauge. 42 x 1| x 17. l8, and 19 gange. 42 x 14 x l8 gauge. 36 x 2 x 19 gauge.

ALSO

BLACK AND GALVANISED AND

j BARB FENCING WIRE,

WIRE STRAINERS,

WIRE STAPLES, Etc.

CALL OR SEND FOR QUOTATIONS.

TEMPLEMAN

>.&

O'BRIEN

INVITE

[.EARLY INSPECTION.

| NEW ' '

. !

SEA:ON'S

WOOLLENS.

WHICH THEY ;

HAVE [

JUST OPENED.

» If unable to call, we will be

pleased to send patterns, which aro now ready.

TZMPLEMAN

&

O'BRIEN,

TAILORS,

66 LIVERPOOL-STREET.

R

COVURNMLNT ADVERTISEMENT!.

Postmaster-General's Department,

October 2, 1906. TENDERS FOR THE 'SUPPLY AND

DELIVERY OF TELEPHONES, MAGNETO' WALL SETS.

Attention is directed to a Notice ap- pearing ia the Commonwealth of Aus- tralia Gazette of 6th October, 1906 (a copy of which may bo seen at any official Post Office), inviting Tendera for the Supply of 9,000 Telephones, Magneto Wall Sots to this Dopaitment in Victoria.

AUSTIN CHAPMAN,

_Postmaster-General.

RECORDER OF TITLES' OFFICE,

TASMANIA.

APPLICATIONS FOR GRANTS TO

. . LANDS. ? - -r , NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, jtluless Caveat be lodged with the Recorder pof Titles by some person having estate or interest in the Lands hereinafter de- scribed on or before the date in each case specified, Grants will issue for the same under the Heal Property Act. Plans may be inspected at tho above Office.

CITY OF HOBART.

0a. 2r. 117-10p.

Fronting on Argyle and Lefroy streets, and bounded by land belonging to Charles Foster, John and Martha Hall, Trustees of James Robertson's estate. William Wil- liams, Arthur E. Gordon, Charles Bur- rows, 'James W. Flood, Frances A. Par- tridge, Charles E. Collatz, and Isaac Johnson. Being part of land originally located to John Llewellyn Roberts, through whom, and through Judith Roberts, Robert Kerr, Askm Morrison, James Kcstall Buscombe, Benjamin Guy, John Blrzard, Stanley John Henry De La Hunt, George Henry Latham, Phillis Seal, Thomas Daniel Chapman, Henry Boase Tonkin, William Fisher, Thomas James Crouch, Joseph Andrews, Richard Wells Sargeant, Alexander George Web- ster, Charles Percy Davis, and Edward Phil'"p Wilson, The Hobart Mutual Per- manent Investment and Building So- ciety, and the Tasmanian Permanent Executors and Trustees Association. Limited, applicant now claims. GEORGE STANTON CROUCH. (Application No. 1143g.) Caveat must bo lodged on or before the 31st day of October, 1906.

Dated the- 2nd day of October, 1906.

JAMES WHYTE,

_Recorder of Titles.

ECORDER OF TITLES' OFFICE

TASMANIA.

APPLICATIONS FOR CERTIFICATE

OF TITLE.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt, unless Caveat bo lodged with the Re- corder of Titles by some person having estate or interest in the Lands herein- after described on or before the dates in eaah case specified, the same will be brought under the operation of the Roal Property Act. Plans of the Lands may be inspected at the above Office.

PARISH OF KINGBOROUGH, COUNTY OF BUCKINGHAM.

37a. 3r. 14p.

Fronting on Whitewater Creok, on the Main Road from Kingston to Hobart, on another road, and bounded by lands be- longing to Nathaniel Lucas, IS. A. Lucas, G. Lucas, J. and W. Firth, and the Cas- cade Brewery Co. Being-parts of 212 acres and 63a. 2r. Op. originally- granted to John Lucas. WALTER DERWENT MADDOCK. (Application No. 3343.) Caveat must be lodged on or before the 25th day of October, 1906.

Dated the 25th day of September, 1906. PARISH OF SCOTTSDALE, COUNTY

OF DORSET 101a. 0r. 0p.

Fronting on a reserved road, and bound- ed by lands belonging to Charles Pinnell, Arthur John Heazlewood, Christopher Heazlewood, Robert Tulloch, James Ran- son, William Lade, and - Webber. Being Lot 5053 originally granted to Jonas Cherry. WILLIAM SAMUEL CHERRY and JAMES STEWART CHERRY. (Ap- plication No. 3267.) Caveat must be lodged on or before the 31st day of Decem-

ber, 1906.

Dated the 2nd day of October, 1906.

JAMES WHYTE,

Recorder of Titles.

MOUNT WELLINGTON AERIAL

RAILWAY.

NOTICE is hereby given that it is the intention of Arnold Wertheimer, of Bel- lerive, in Tasmania, to apply to the Par- liament of Tasmania during the session to be holden in the year one thousand nine hundred and six for leave to bring in a Bill, of which the following are the general objects, namely: -

1. To repeal "The Mount Wellington Aerial Railway Act, 1905." and to autho- rise the said Arnold Wertheimer or his assigns to construct an aerial or other system of railway from the Cascades, near Hobart, to the Pinnacle, Mount Wellington, instead of the railway autho- rised by the said Act from the Springs aforesaid to the Pinnacle, Mount Wel- lington.

2. To apply lo the said Bill all the provisions of "The Railways Clauses Con- solidation Act, 1901," which are capable of application thereto.

3. Generally to provide all things neces- sary to enable the aforesaid additional line to be constructed.

Dated this fourteenth day of Septem-

ber. 1906.

A. WERTHEIMER  

BUSINESS NOTICES.

NEW DRESS

IDEAS.

At this Season every Woman's heart is over/lowing with new ideas of Dress. She mu3t fit lier ideal becomingly. She must conform to the dictates of Fashion within the limitations of her purbe. In our collection ol fashionable Drees Goods there is something created especially for you. Every correct idea, e\ery new style thought, we've got them all, marked at pi ices that will tempt you by their lovv

no»s.

Dainty Designs in Cotton Delaines, 5Jd per yard. Plenty checked and other de- signs in Fine Cotton Delaine. 7Jd, 8Jd per yard. Beautiful White Muslins in spot and scroll deigns, 5¿d, 6id, 7Jd, 9d, 10j¿ yaid. Handsome and dainty designs i" French and Organdie Muslins, 1/, 1/2, Hi yaid. Best quality Navy Spot Prints 6d, 7d yard. Pute Wool Delamo in the lat- est pattern», 1/4$, 1/6, 1/9 yaid.

MISS HALE will bo pleased to take orders, for making up any of tho above

Di esses.

KERRS GLOVES

ARE BEST.

You hear this everywhere, and it is perfectly true. If you want assured Glove satisfaction in fit and wear, pui chase your gloves from us, where Fowues and Morley'» newest styles are sbown, and where your money secures its utmost

value.

The "Guaranteed" Glove.-Beautifully soft kid, and perfectly cut, every pair guaranteed, 2/11 per pair. Colours Black, Brown, Tan, Beavers, etc.

French Kid Gloves in all shades, 8/11, 4/6, 4/11, 6/6 pair. Suede Kid Gloves in latest shades, in two and four button, 2/11. 3'6, 8*11. 4/6 pair. Ladies' 4-Button Dagmar Dogskin Driving Gloves, 3/11 pair. Just unpacked one shipment of Fownes' colcbruted Fabric Glovos, 'in fine qualities, und new shades, somo very fashionable new long Glovos included in this shipment. Fownos' Fine Fabric Gloves, in White, Beaver, Grey, Fawn, Tan, and Black, 1/, 1/3, 1/8, 1/9, 2/, 2/3. 2/6 pair.

NEW MODEL

HATS.

If you do us the honour of inspecting cur new Hats, you'll 6urely wonder how wo can sell such swell Hats at such low prices.

We are kept working at high pressure in our Millinery workroom. Kindly leave orders as early as possiblo, as wo will be simply rushed getting Show orders com- pleted.

G. KERR~& SONS

IMPORTERS,

LIVERPOOL-STREET.

OW TO MAKE HENS MORE

PROFITABLE?

It is easily done. By doubling the

Output of Eggs. i FOR THIS PURPOSE

We have, just landed a Shipment of

F. W. MANN'S GREEN

BONE MILLS.

IN DIFFERENT DESIGNS.

. ALSO,

STEAEN'S PATENT CLOVER

CUTTERS.

Keeps the Birds Healthy, and makes the

, Poultry Yard pay its way,

Wo Slock

THE NATIONAL POULTRY

CONDIMENT.

A little givon with the ordinary food for

a few weeks produces abundance

of Eggs.

PRICE, 1/ Per Tin.

T. J. CANE &CO..

THE FARMERS' EMPORIUM,

HOBART.

p Ä Î N - T í Ñ Ü.

To those that are thinking of having their Houses dono up, tins is the time to get it done before the hot weather and dust get about. It ia cheaper now than later on, when Workmen aro scarce.

Get a price from

S. L. HUNTINGDON,

Painter, Etc., 127 Melville-street.

H H

MUNICIPAL._

OBART CORPORATION WATER-

WORKS DEBENTURES.

APPLICATIONS are invited, and will be received at This Office up to 11 a.m. on FRIDAY, the 19th instant, for the purchase of Debentures under The Ho- bart Water Loans Act, 1900," to the amount of Four Thousand One Hundred Pounds \,£4,100).

These Debentures will bear interest at Hie rate of 3£ per cent, per annum, pay- able half-yearly, and are redeemable on April 1, 1916.

W. A. BRAIN,

Town Clerk.

Town Work's Office, Town-hall,

October 6, 1906.

TENDERS

TENDERS ARE INVITED for the

ERECTION OF EXTENSIVE BUSINESS PREMISES in Liverpool and Argyle streets, Hobart, for MESSRS. A. G. WEBSTER AND SON.

Plans ready MONDAY, October 15.v

Full particular« obtainable at the offices ot tho Architects.

Intending Tenderers are requested to apply immediately.

Lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted.

Tendéis Close November 1.

JOHN A. B. KOCH, F.R.V.I.A., Mel-

bourne.

RUDOLPH KOCH, F.R.V.I.A.. Hobart. HUCKSON AND HUTCHISON, Ho- bart,

Joint Architecte.

ARINE BOARD OF HOBAB!. TENDERS will bo received at this Office until Noon on TUESDAY. 23rd in- stant, lor tlio Construction of a DREDGE PUNT. All particulars to bo obtained from the Secretary.

A. E. RISBY,

Master Warden. Marine Board Office,

Hobart, October 11, 1906.

M W

ATTLE HILL PUBLIC HALL. TENDERS aro invited for the erection (labour only) of the Public Hall in Wattle Hill. Plans and Specifications avail- able for inspection at Mrs. Jones's Shop, Wattle Hill, where Tender forms can be obtained. Tenders will close on October 24, 1906.

CHAS. A. BECKITT, Hon. Sec.

DRAINAGE.

Save yourselves all worry in connection with the new Drainage scheme.

Send us the number of your property. We will do the rest.

Estimates given for Plumbing of every

dtócriptiou.

HARBÖTTLE

& SON.

Agents for Tylor and Sons' Sanitär}

Ware Baths, Lavatories, etc.. as sup-

plied to the Government« of Ta

and New South Wale«. T»l. No. 660.

BUSINESS NOTICE3.

W

E ARE OFFERING TO-DAY SOME VERY EXCEPTIONAL VALUE IN LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S

GLOVES AND HOSIERY.

To begin with, we have just opened a very nice line of Ladies' Cotton Gloves, three buttons, in Black, White, Grey, and Beaver, which we aro clearing at 6u a pair. .

Then we come to a very nice Lisle Glove, in Beaver, Greys, Black, and While, at 1/ pair.

Next comes a nice line of very fino Lisio Thread and Imitation Suede Gloves, in Beaver, White, Grey, at 1/6, 1/11. and

2/3 a pair. ,

Also a fine assortment of long Elbow Gloves, which are greatly in demand, both for street and evening wear.

We can give you very nice long Lace While Cotton Mitts at 1/ pair.

Also Black and White Silk Mitts, at 2/6 pair.

White and Cream Elbow Gloves, Lisle Thread, equal to 16-button, at 1/3, 1/9, and 2 6a pair.

Also a. splendid Washing Glove, in Beaver and Grey, at 1/9, 2/, and 2/3 a pair.

Long White Suedo Kid Gloves, at 4/6 and 4/11 pair.

Long Beaver Suedo Kid, extra soft, at 4/11 pair.

We have just opened a very scarce Uno in Long Black Gloves, Cotton and Imita- tion Suede, which wo are offering at 1/6 and 2/6 pair, with and without buttons.

A splendid assortment in Children s Fabric Gloves, in Beavers. Greys, Blacks, and White, from Gd to 1/3 a pair.

If you are wanting a pair of New Kid Gloves for the Show, the following are a few lines. We aro specially noted for be- ing the most reliable and cheapest glove house in Tasmania.

"The Silver Queen," in Black, White, Grey, and Beaver, two domes, and some 4 buttons, at 2/11 a pair. "The Monnier, ' a very nice washing Kid, in Beavers and Tan, 2 and 3 buttons, at 3/6 and 3/11 a pair. "The Corean," a beautiful soft Glove, in Black only, at 3/11. "The Pntti," a very soft washing Kid, in white only, 3/11 pair. "Tho Lénine," a wonder- ful Glove, m Beavers, Tan, Black, and Pastel shades, at 4/6 a pair. "The Eula- lie," a very pretty Glove, in Tan and Black, only 4/11 pair. A reliable Kid Glove in Children's, all sizes, Tan and Beaver, at 2/6 a pair.

Ladies' Black Cotton Hose, fast dye, at 4d, 4Jd, 6d, 9d, and 1/ pair. Ladies' and Children'« Ribbed Cotton Hose, fast dye, 6d puir. Ladies' Plain Black Lisle Thread H»=e, 1/3, 1/6, and 1/9 pair. We also havo a splendid assortment of La- dies' and Children's Cotton and Lisle Lace Hose, which aro so much in demand this spring. They run as follows: - Black and Tan, lace nnkles, from lOid, 1/, 1/3, 1/6, 1/9, 2/fi pair. All lace, 1/6, 1/9, and 2/ a pair. A special line of Ladies/ Black Lace Cashmere, 1/11 pair. Ladies' Plain and Ribbed Black Cash- mere Hose, all wool, seamless feet, at 1/, 1/3, 1/4, 1/6, 1/8, 1/9 2/, 2/6 pair. Boyal. Knicker, Ribbed, extra strong, from 1/3 to 2/3 pair. Children's Cashmere Sox, in Navy. Tan, and Black, from 4Jd to lOJd a pair. Children's í Cashmere Sox, m Navy. Tan, and Black, from lOld to 1/6 a pair. Children's Cream Mercerised Sox, all sizes, 1/ a pair. Children's Pure Silk Sox, all sizes, 2/3 a pair. Wo havo just opened a new lot of good Lace Cashmere 3 Sox. from size 4 to 8, in Cream and Tan, which run from 1/ to 1/6 a pair.

If you pay a visit to our Fancy Depart- ment you will be greatly pleased and surprised at our assortment of dainty Nockweair, namely. Puritan Collars, rang- ing from 4}d to 1/11. Embroidered Silk Puritan Collars, guaranteed to wash, all fast colours, 9d. Laco and Embroidery Plastrons, from 1/ to 7'6. Lace Ties for Neck wear, only 1/, 1/3, to 3/11. Cropo de Chene 'Pies, in newest ana most effec- tive shades, at 2/11, 3/6. 3/11. Largo Net

Lace and "Chiffon Shoulder Scarves. These are vory chic, and our prices will suit all pockets, 3/9, 3/11, 4/11, 5/11, to S/6. Lace Collarettes, in Net, Guipure, Muslin, and Lace, 1/6.. 2/6, to 8/6. Fancy Fronts and Vests, suitable for wearing with coats and skirts, 3/11, 4/6, 5/11, 7/6. Linen Collars, all the newest, shapes, in plain and fancy, at 74d, 9d. 10}d. 1/, 1/3. Tartan Ribbons, all the Clans, as worn with linen collars, 6d, 9d, lOJd, 1/. Long Lace Cuffs, in Paris and Creme, 2/6, 2/9, '2/11.

BEST & CO.

_EDUCATIONAL._

A MALGAMATION OF SCHOOLS. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT.

At the end of the present year an amal- gamation will take place of the Hutchins School with the King's Grammar School, the old title of the Hutchins School being retained.

The Rev. J. S. Bryers, B.A. (honours), Cambridge, formerly a master of Rossatl School. Lancashire, England, and at pre- sent Rector of St. John's, Goulburn street. Hobart, has been appointed Head Master. Mr. Gurney will bo in charge of tho Lower School. Mr. Gower will take the Senior Mathematical work, and Mr. Brammall will assist in Classical work. Other masters will also be engaged at> required.

The Preparatory Class will be under the care el Miss N. Belstead. The Board- ers will ¿o -ia chargo of Mr. and Mrs. Gurney.

Further particulars will shortly be an- nounced to the PuTents of Boys in both Schools, and to others interested.

J.E. TASMANIA,

Visitor Hutchins School. E. I. GOWER,

G. ARTHUR GURNEY,

King's Grammar School. ARRINGTON-SCHOOL.

HELPING-HAND~MISSION-K A U» H

BATHUEST-STREET,

RE-OPENED MONDAY, OCT. t

C. GRUNCELL. Principal.

PUBLICATIONS.

INVALUABLE TO TI

RACING MAN,

BREEDER OF HORSES.

OWNER OF TROTTERS.

THE ,

"TASMANIAN MAIL''' TURF

REGISTER, STUD BOOK,

and

TROTTING GUIDE. *

SEASON, 1905-6.

Contains an accurate record of all Race Meetings held throughout Tasmania dur-

ing the past Season, etc., etc.. etc.

Price per copy (posted to any address in the Commonwealth or New Zealand), Fr-r Shillings. _

Orders may be left at "The Mercury" Branch Offices at Launceston and Zeehan, and at the Head Office, Macquarie-streot,

Hobart.

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PUBLIC COMPANIES.

EßWENT AND TAMAR FIRE . AND MARINE ASSURANCE

COMPANY.

Established 1838. Capital, .£100,000.

Directors-C. E. Walch (Chairman), C.

Harbottle, A. E. L. McGregor. T. Whiteside«, Ca. J. Salier. .

Local Directors, Launceston-H. Weedon

and Thomas Gunn.

Manoger-T. M. Evans.

Accountant-E. A. Reid.

Solicitors-Dobson, Mitchell, and Allport. Auditors-H. L. Roberts, H. F. Bourne Agents-Launceston: C. J*. Weedon and

Co. Melbourne: Jas. Henty and Co. Sydney: T. and W. Willis, London: . Richardson Bros, and Co.

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Just Opened at l

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Boys' Navy Serge Duke of York Suits, comprising Coat, Vost, and Knickers.

Size 3-Price 11/3, 13/ per Suit.

Size 4-Price 11/6, 13/6 per Suit.

Size 5-Prico 11/9, 13/0, 14/ per Suit. Size 6-Price 13/6 per Suit. Size 7-Price 13(9 per Suit,

Size 8-Prico 12/6, 11/, 15/ per Suit.

Sizo 9-Price 12/9, 11/3, 15/6 per Suit. Size 10-Prico, 14/6 per Suit. Size 11-Prico 15/ per Suit.

Also a good rango in Boys' Tweed Northcote Suits, same stylo as Duko of York, comprising Coat, Vost, and

Knickers.

Sizo 4-Prico 11/ per Suit.

Size 5-Prico 11/8 per Suit.

Sizo 6-^-ico 11/6, 13/, 13/6 per Suit. Size 7-Price 11'9, 13/3 per Suit.

Sizo 8-Price 12/, 13/5, 15/6 per Suit. Sizo 9-Price,12/3 per Suit. Sizo 10-Price 12/6 per Suit. Sizo 11-Prico 13/ per Suit.

Sizo 12-Price 13/6 per Suit.

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SEE OUR

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IS MADE ON THIS SPOT ONLY

56 EUZABETH-STREET.

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Estimates given lor all kinds ot Smith

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