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H E A T K E It O Y A L. Lessee .Mr. Rim I.arar.

Acting Manager. ,.. Mr. G. L. Goodman.

CHIEF ATTRACTION FOR THE E\STER HOLIDAY'S.

WILLIAMSON'S OrERA COMPANY.-NINTH WEEK

of tho

BEST OPERATIC and DRAMATIC COMBINATION

ever seen in Sydncj.

THE "PIRATES OF PENZANCE" SEASON.

TRIUMPHANT SUCCESS OF THE NEW CAST!

_f_* THEATRE THRONGED IN EVERY PART, _, to witness

Messrs. Gilbert and Sulliian's mancllously successful Opera,

the

PIRATES OF PENZANCE TIRATES OF PENZANCE

PIRATFS Or FFWANCE ' PIRATES Or PENZANCE, 1 or

THE SLAVE Or DUTY.

(Of which Mr. J. C. Williamson, by special arrangement

With Mr. R. D'Oylei Cirte, of London, has

secured the colo right for the colonie»,)

and which will be repeated

EVERY EVENING TILL FURTHER NOTICE,

with ita New and Powciful Cast,

including

Miss MAGGIE MOORE Miss MAGGIE MOORE,

As Ruth, the Tiratical Maid-of-ill-work.

And the popular young English Piima Donna,

Miss ELSA MAY Miss ELSA MAY.

Who are received nightly with enthusiastic applause.

BEAUMONT, VERDI, WILIIAMSON, BEAUMONT, VERDI, WILLIAMSON, BEAUMONT, VERDI, WILLI UISON,

m their Original Pronounced Successes,

With Mr. _. VERNON, Mr. T. BERGIN, Mi=s Tnnny Liddiaid,

Miss Coi a Owvnne, Miss Nellv Plai fair, and

DOUBLE ORCHESTRA AND CHORUS or SIXTY,

Hinder the Direction of SIGNOR GIORZA,

, _rcBB Circle, 5s ; Stalls, 3s ; Familv Circle, 2s ; Pit, Is.

1 Box office«* Elvy and Co 's, Georgc-strcct, or on Monday at Box Office ofTXheatrc, where plan of Dress Circle can be seen and teats secured.^

___ARTHUR GARNER, Manager.

TCIASTERJHOLIDAYS.-THE PIRATES-with tho Jil Brilliant New Cast

B

_

ASTEBi HOLIDAYS.-THE PIRATES-mth its

Gor&eous Scenery and 1 inal Tableau

ASTER HOLIDAYS.-THE PIRATES-with its

Mafrrnificcnt Dresses nnd Costumes_

EASTER HOLIDAYS.-THE PIRATES-with its

Songs by theif iirato King and the Model of a Modern Slnjoi Bcneral._ EASTER HOLIDAYS.-THE PIRATES, with the

Maid of all *Work's Song and the Policeman'B Chorus " Tnrantara." exton -nigh' encored._ fcrASTER HOLIDAYS.-THE PIRATES, with its Ci Song« and Duets hy ELSl BUY and ARMES BEAUMONT. EASTER HOLIDAYS. - THE PIRATES. - On

Easter Monday, Elvy's being closed, seats cm be seemed at ¡he box office of tJio Theatre, between 10 and 4._

A: F

NDERSOIÍ'S MESMERISM EXTKAORDI

NAIRE.

EOF. ANDERSON'S WONDERS, TO-NIGHT. A'NDERSdl?'S BEAUTIFUL GIFTS.

p«OLD WATCHES GIVEN AWAY]

rVlGANTIC* GORGEOUS GIFTS.

DROFES/30R ANDERSON, TO-NIGHT.

*A NDERfîÔN'S MASTODON PRESENTS?

4 2_

NDERJSON'S BURNING HAT.

NDERt SON'S BOWLS OF FISH.

OLLS (TWO RABBITS INTO ONE.

£

ouise, anderson's mysterious seance.

iROf77a__~:lWise ander~s~o~n.Tto-night." p

p p

ROFE! .SOR ANDERSON OPENS SATURDAY.

ROF. (ANDERSON'S WONDERS SATURDAY7 »EOF. load LOUISE ANDERSON, SATURDAY.

NDER SON'S BEAUTIFUL GIFTS, SATURDAY.

S

IGANT ¡IC GORGEOUS GIFTS, SATURDAY.

ÄTÜRI lAY ! SATURDAY ! ! SATURDAY ! ! !

CHOOL OF ART

SATURDAY, April 10, and EVERY EVENING.

Re-appearanco of the Wonderful

PROFESSOR PROFESSOR PROFESSOR PROFESSOR

ANDERSON. ANDERSON. ANDERSON. ANDERSON.

"GREAT WIZARD OF THE NORTH,

and

LOUISE ANDERSON.

in their Highli Anmsimr and Mysterious

CKGLIObTROMAN PHLUM of WONDERS,

Colossal Distribution Nightly

of

Gold and Silver Watches,

Suites of Furniture, Pianos, nnd One Hundicd Useful Presents.

Admission, 3s, 2s, and One Shilling._

G

À USTRJAN BAND. _ ^=^

AUSTRIA^ BAND. AUSTRIAN BAND.

¿MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENTS

\i ill be earned out

at the

EXHIBITION BUILDING,

PRINCE ALFRED PARK,

on

y TUESDAY NEXT,

mid

, EVERY EVENING

during the currcnev of the Evhlbijion,

under the management

Mr. JOHN°BENNETT.

ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME

EVERY EVENING.

_,_ J THOS. MOSER, Scctctary.

A.ÏSDEN PALACE

TniS AFTERNOON, THIS AFTERNOON.

GRAND JUVENILE FETE, GRAND JUVENILE 1'bTE,

By special permission of

8IR ÏIKXRY PARKES. K C M G.,

and under the pati onage of

SIR JOHN ROBERTSON, K C.M.G.

(Minister of Education),

His Worship the Mayor,

. . and Commodore Wilson, R N.

PROGRAMME OF THE AFTERNOON'S AMÜSEMENTS.

r Mr. HENRI L'ESTRANGE

(the hero of Middle Harbour)

on the High Rope.

Mr. SLIGRIST

flateiof CHIARINl'S Circus) on tho Horizontal Ear,

?> alack Rope, and Indian Clubs.

Mr. ADAM WEST,

the Famous Acrobat, in his graceful AoU.

Mr. YOUAY.

"e Prince of Contortionists and Tumblers.

Mr. BARKER,

' In ft selection of new and startling Illusions,

, " Mr. O'NEILL,

*"-. (/ *' -"with his ever popular

_, i a x ' 'Punch and Judy.

"*, ** j. "Mr. JOHNNY COWAN,

-\ ' *" ' the funniest of funny fellows,

Mr. G. WANGENHEIM

' * "' ' rt Will caricature on a blackboard.

Besides a host of other amusements,

and

POUR BRASS B\NDS.

ADMISSION TO ALL CHILDREN, SIXPENCE.

tnd etery child will receive a HANDSOME. PRESENT on loaving

tho building.

Parents in chargo of children admitted at same rate.

Admission to publie, ONE SHILLING.

Doors open at 2, to commence at 3.

A special train will leave Tairauiatti. stopping at all stations at 12.10, convejing children toSjdney and back loi 3d., lcauiig Sydney at 5.55._

Stoamers«wiU take childron to the Feto

fiom

North Shore, Manlv, and Watson's Bay.

FREE Or CHARGE, THIS

AFTERNOON.

JUVENILE I LIE.

GARDI N PAIACH.

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-x-v e r j; E Y. a SALE of WORK, in the grounds of St, Mai i 's Pursonage,

wUl te hold or,l FRIDAY and" SATURDAY, the 22nd and 23id

àTne «ate» open on Friday at 2pm. and Saturday at 12.

The gardens will be illuminated after 7 p m., and the hand of tho 2nd V. F. Brigade will bo in attendance.

Tram ears StoD at Birrell-street ni erv 25 minutes.

G A

Lessees. General Manager ...

I E T Y

T II E A T R E.

Messrs. L.'M. Bayles, and John Solomon. ... '.."? ,'... Mr. L. M. BaUci*. MONTAGUE-TURNER. «- '

OPERA SEASON.

GRAND OPENING NIGHT. THIS EVENING, APRIL 16.

Messrs.. Bnyless and Solomon have much pleasui o in announcing;

tim flist, OPERA SEASON nt the nbove eleg.mt nnd modern Theatre, and tho engagement of TWO OF THE MOST DIS- TINGUISHED ARTISTS ,who have over visited the AUS- TRALIAN COLONIES. -

Tho charming and accomplished

Pi ima Donna Assoluta, -- ? - - MISS ANNES MONTAGUE MISS ANNIS MONTAGUE MISS ANNIS MONTAGUE MlhS ANNIS MONTAGUE

Lato Prima Donna Assoluta of tho Hess and Straaekosch Italian and English Opera Company, and acknowledged to he the grcates* Altiste in English Opera who has visited the Australian colonies for many years; nnd tho

Eminent Primo Tcnorc ,1 i

MR. CHARLES TURNER Mil. CHAULES TURNER MR.CHARLES TURNER MR. CHARLES TURNER.

pronounced by the American Press to be the most rocccssful

¡Tenor in English Opera who ever appeared in America.

THIS EVENING, APRIL 10 THIS EVENING, APRTL lu.

Grand opening, and pioductton of

/ Balfo's Charming Opera '

, THE. BOHEMIAN GIRL. .

Cast of Cliaiactcis :

ARLINE.." .MISS ASMS MONTAGUE Gipsy Queen .Miss Eva Davenport ' Bilda .Miss B. Sutherland .

Count Aniholm.' "... -... Mr. C. II. Templeton F'.orestein .' Mr. W. F. Baker ' Devilshoof .Mr. Ed. Farley

TIIADDEUS.Mr. CHARLES TURNER.

Austrian Soldiers, Attendants, Gipsies, &o., &o.

Full Orchestra and Chorus.

CONDUCTOR .MONS. LEON CARON Leader .* Mr. J. Miller

Pianlsto .Madame Ccschina.

NEW SCENERY BY Mr. KINCHELA.

Wardrobe and Costumes by SIfiNOR BARTOLOMEOTTI.

No Hats nor Bonnets allowed in Orchestra Chairs.

Box Omeo and Plannt Me«sr.s. NICHOLSON and CO., 325,

Georgc-strcct.

Prices of Admission : Private Boxes, £2 2s.

Coupons for Oichcstra Chairs (transferable, and available for any night of season), in parcels of Ten. £2 2s.

Orchestra Chairs, 5s ; Stalls, 3s; Balcony, 2s ; Pit, Is. Doors open at 7.15 ; commence at S. Can ¡ages may be oidcrcd for 10.30.

_ JAMES D. COX. Tieasurcr.

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COLE'S COLE'S COLE'S COLE'S COLE'S COLE'S COLE'S COLE'S COLE'S COLE'S COLE'S COLE'S COLE'S COLE'S COLE'S COLE'S COLE'S COLE»« COLE'S COLE'S COLE'S COLIC'S COLE'S COLE'S COLE'S COLIC'S COLE'S COLE'S

W. COLE'S CONCORPORATRD

NOW OPEN IN BELMORE PARK,

Fora Short Season only. Positively toi minuting

TUESDAY, lfltb instant. NEW PROGRAMME, GRAND CHANGE. 9 NEW ARTISTS.

!) NEW ACTS.

Fiist Appenrance of

Miss ADDIE AUSTIN.

First Appearance of

THE JEAL SISTERS.

first Appeal ance of Mr. W. O. DALE.

First Appearance of

Mr. BURT RICHARDSON.

First Appearance of

Mr. DAN KENNEDY, and numerous othci s.

First Time of

Miss HELEN JEAL

Riding and Driving Four Horses.

The only Lndv on Enrth who has ever

accomplished the Croat Act.

First Tune of the

BOUNDING JOCKEY

First Time of

COLE'S TnE DOUBLE HORSES and 2 Lady Riders. COLE'S Fli'H Time of

COLE'S THE RIDING CYNOCEPIIALUS. COLE'S first Time of

COLE'S THE DOUBLE CLOWNS. COLE'S First Time of

COLE'S THE STILT ACT. COLE'S First Time ot

COLE'S THE FLOATING WIRE COLE'S and the

COLE'S "WONDERFUL AERIEL JUGGLING. COLE'S First Time of

COLE'S THE l8 ACROBATS. COLE'S FiistTimeof

COLE'S THE PHANTOM CROSS. COLE'S GRAND CHANGE. COLE'S NEW MUSIC, &c. COLE'S -

COLE'S EVERY AFTERNOON AND EVENING, COLE'S Doors open at 1 o'clock and 7 o'clock. COLE'S Periormnnco one hour later. COLE'S -

COLE'S Box-office will be OPEN for tho SALE COLE'S OF TICKETS daily, nt Belmoro Pork, COLE'S between the horn.« of 10 and '1. COLE'S Admis-inn :

COLE'S Circle, 5s ; Stalls. 3s ; pit, 2s. COLE'S Children, Halt-price.

SHOWS

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A

USTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB.

AUTUMN MEETING, 18S1.

To bo held at t no

RANDWICK RACECOURSE,

on , EASTER MONDAY,

and the following

WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY, and SATURDAY.

Patron :

His Excellency the Right Honorable LORD AUGUSTUS LOFTUS, G.C.B.

Under the management of tho

COMÍIITTEE OF THE A. J. CLUB.

FIRST DAY.

EASTER MONDAY, April l8. 1881.

First Race.-The Hurdle Race, to sturt at 12.30 p.m.

Second Race.-The Autumn Stakes, to start at 1.15 p.m.

LUNCHEON.

Third Race.-The CHAMPAGNE STAKES, to start at 2.30

p.m.

Fourth Race.-Tho ST. LEGER, to start at 3.15 p.m.

.Fifth Race.-The Doncaster Handicap, to sturt at 4 p.m. Sixth Race.-The Trial Stakes, to stiut at 4.45 p.m.

SECOND DAY.

WEDNESDAY, Apiil 20.

First Race.-The Flying Handicap, to start at I p.m.

Second Race.-The Majden Slakes, to htart at 1.45 p.m.

LUNCHEON.

Third Race.-The SYDNEY CUP, to start at 3 p.m.

Fourth Race.-The SIRE PRODUCE STAKES, to start a 3.45 p.m.

Fifth Race.-The Selling Date, to start at 4.15 p.m. Sixth Race.-The Sapling Stake«, to start at 5 p.m.

THIRD DAY.

FRIDAY, Apiil 22.

First Race.-The Tv. "-year-old Plate, to start at 1 p.m.

LUNCHEON.

Second Race.-The All-Aged Stakes, to Btavt at J.15 p.m. Third Race.-The Weitet Handicap, to start lit 3 p.m.

Fourth Race.-the SUBSTITUTE ¡sTAKES, to start at 3.45 p.m. Fifth Race.-The CUMBERL \ND STAKES, to start at 4.15 p.m. Sixth Race.-The City Handicap, to stall at 5 p.m.

FOURTH DAY'.

8ATUROAV, April 23rd.

First Race.-Tho Rous Handicap, to start at 1 p.m.

Second Race.-The Randwick Stakes, to start at 1.45 p.m.

LUNCHEON.

Third Race.-The A. J. C. PL \TE. to start at 3 p.m.

Fourth Race.-The STEEPLECHASE, to start at 3.45 p.m. Fifth Race.-The Nursery Handicap, to sturt nt 4.15 p.m. Sixth Race.-Tho Free Handicap, to start at 5 p.m.

A. J. C. RULES and BYE-L\WS WILL BE STRICTLY

ENFORCED.

Trainers can obtain tickets for themselves and their Jockeys, on application nt tho Office of the Club, on THURSDAY and SATUR- DAY, the 14th and lCth instant, beforo 4 p.m.

HORSEMEN will NOT bo allowed to cross tho COURSE, and all persons aie warned ugalnst driving their Vehicles on tho

TRAINING TRACKS.

ALL HORSES must be put ¡u OUTSIDE paddocks, any found loose will be impounded, and the owner charged ONE SOVEREIGN for cach,hors« before they will bo RELEASED.

ALL DOGS found on tho COURSE will be DESTROYED.

By oi der of tho Committee. _ 103, King-street, Sydney.

T. S. CLIBBORN, Sec. A T T E R S A L L ' S

CLUB.

T _

CompaiiiiR for A. J. C. Autumn Meeting TO-NIGHT, Satmday,

10th instant.

By ouler.

JAMES PERRY, Sec. Tatteisail's Club._ OR SALE.-£05 will purchase Siluro MECHANICAL EXHIBITION, sure fortune. Addie&s Exhibition, G. P. O. AUBURN DOWNS.-Salc, SATURDAY, April 23.

?^ÚBUTRÑ^mras^Salo on thcG rowuL

A UBURN~1)G¡WNST^lSf/Äcros of~R¿ch Lund.

UBÚRN DOWNS.-'Subdivided" into 407 Lots.

A _

"A UBURN DOWNS.-Flouting tho PairnmuMu Road.

^"ÜIÍUlÍÑ^OW_Ñ^"OpposTto"tlw"Ruihvay Sülioiñ

"A UBURN~DOWÑST^FrcT Tickets and Rclreshtnenls.

yft UBURNlJO\räs7^rür"iiis"Riifly. Seo AurliouÂ

"a ÜB~IÜTN~ÜÖ\VNS.-Lithos. Now Ready!

UBURN DOWNS.-All Lots ¿30 by 200.

A_

A UBURN'DOWNS.-Froo Deeds, except stamp duly.

T>ATT. RODD, and PURVES. "v,/ ,\\ 7¡^Ti

^ Y D N E Y &V E It A II 0 U S E.

Business Màuiger.., Edward S. Wolf_\. y *'"> Leader Orchestra.Herr Gustus Kusteri, &'

. > \ ;. THIS EVENING./^ - , -*

' GRAND OPENING NIGHT L ' """

ot

. ' ' \ ' i R. B. LEWIS'S v

MASTODON COLOURED MINSTRELS

Mastodon Colniiicd Minsticls.

AN EXTRAORDINARY ENTERPRISE INAUGURATED.

New Features found and produced for the first time by this Grnnd'Coterie of Rcllncd Al lists. The potent piaiso paid them predicates that tlioy are the positive precursors ot a progressive period, precluding presuming pli'giaiists and the putativo proto- types for posterity.

'i 00 FAMOUS ARTISTS

in the first part,

the Pride of (he Ethiopian Comedy.

Eight End Men. Eight End Men.

The Best of Comic Songs. The Best of Wit and Humour.

THE ACROBATIC CLOGGISTS.

12 Stm.sol Stars. 12

12 Girat Song nnd Dance Artists. 12

Giving every variety ot this l'.ivom ¡lo Speciality, from the

uc.it to the grotesque.

A companion of the Grand Clog Fe.ituie, and unequalled on the Miusti el Stage.

NEW MASTODON ORCHESTRA.

IG in number. 10 in number.

Largest, most cúmplelo and clïcctive Combination of Solo Instrumentalists with nnv Minsticl Organization in the world,

surpnssinir all previous effnits.

The happiest Blending of Tlaimony and Humour.

The Cieam of Mirth, the Ideal of Pathos.

8 PREMIER VOCALISTS. 8 PROGRAMME.-P.vivr I.

Overture-"Rcmcmbi.inco of Homo" ... Martodoni

Comic-"Walking for dut cako" . O. n Carter Ballnd-"No Tidings fiom over the Sea" ... "W. Wcslcv Comic-"Stil. Moveilug" . R. B. Lewis

Ballad-" Old Log Cabin in the Dell " ... J. It. Matlock Comic-" Dat's Me and Mai tim Ann " ... Billv S.indei s Comic-"Run Home,Levi'' . Sam Keennu Ballad-" Will the Spring Time como again, '

Mamma" .O.T.Jackson.

Grand Finale (new),

THE PITT-STREET SQUAD.

Keenan, Young, Lewis, Morton, Moody, Moore, Carter,

Sanders, mid Company.

Intermission of five minutes.

OLIO.

Selections by tho Maitodnn Orchestra.

Morton and Young, in their Plantation Act. entitled

THE HAPPY FAIR-PETE AND CHLOE.

Biillad, select-" Knot of the Blue and Grey " ... J. R. Matlock.

The Laughable Farce,

WOMEN OF FEW WORDS.

Bobbv Burns . R.B.Lewis

Mrs. Jane Burns ." ." S. Keenan

Charles Uni ns. C. II. Lewis Mrs. LUCY BURNS. J. MOODY.

GEORGE CARTER anil his TALKING BANJO.

Judge Lewis will make a few remarks on the progress of

education.

First timo in Sydney, under the leadership of Morton and Young,

tho

GRAND STATUE CLOG TOURNAMENT. 1. Ticing the Sandal. I 2. Weight Throwers. 3. The Brothers' Quarrel. I I. The Peacemaker.

5. The Roman Wrestlers. | (¡. Ajax Defying the Lightning.

Intcimission of Five Minutes.

TAltT III.

Now Nocí o Sketch, tho

GOING MAN.

To conclude with

' ' ' " GREAT PLANTATION FESTIVAL.

Orchestra Chair?, 4s ; Dress C ii ele, 3s ; Stalls, 2s ; Pit, lo.

IIR JOSEPH BANKS - PAVILION

BOTANY. """"""

BOTANY,

BOTANY. - . THIS DAY. APRIL 10,

DANCING i and

SKATING throughout

the

DAY.

YOUNG AUSTRALIAN BAND, ? ADMISSION-ONE SHILLING.

'BUSES every Fitteèn

Minutes

from

WYNYARD-SQUARE.

_FRANK SMITH.

OTANY ! BOTANY ! ! BOTANY! ! !

6HI JOSEPH BANKS HOTEL and PAVILION.

EASTER MONDAY',

April) 8.

Tho wholo of tho Grounds will be specially provided with

Attractions for tho

. FESTIVE SEASON.

FREE,

B

FREE, MU3IC,

DANCING ON THE LAWN,

(Prince of Wales Hand),

from whence can be seen the

ENTERTAINMENT

on tho

PAVILION STAGE.

Cold collation provided at Hotel, 2s Gd ; Giass of Ale and Sand-

wich. Gd.

Stabling for 200 horses.

QUOITS and SKITTLES. No hawkers allowed on the ground. Gambling strictly prohibited.

Oysters, Tea, Coffee, and Ice Cream on the ground.

O'Neill's Merry-go-round.

'Buses every two orthiec minutes from Wvnvaid-square.

FRANK SMITH, Manager.

B

OTANY. BOTANY. BOTANY.

SIR JOSEPH BANKS .

HOTEL and PAVILION.

EASTER MONDAY, APRIL IS.

The place to spend the

HOLIDAY.

Tho Proprietor, having made special ai rangements

to provide

Amusement nnd Enjoyment

for those nttendimr the above ever-popular

PLEASURE GROUNDS,

bogs to announce the following

IMMENSE FHOlilUMME

01 attractivo

REVELS,

Where will bo found a

MORE FITTING SPOT

to spend

EASTER MONDAY

than the beautiful (.hores of the

HISTORIC BOTANY BAYÎ

To lend

Additional Charms

to the day's outing, every preparation has been made to make it

pass

MERRILY".

A specially organised

i TROUPE of NEGRO MINSTRELS,

composed of tho following

Brilliant Sims:

, JOHNNY COWAN - " _,,,

Tho MISSES MURRAY

MASTER and MISS PERSIAN "","",".,,

WALTER COTTIER

E. COTTIER ",-""

FRED. HILTON

G> BnUi G. BEAUMONT

in an

IMMENSE PROGRAMME

of Wit, Harmony, mid Sentiment,

to

conclude with the

STDE-SI'LITTIXO FARCE,

«'HOW MUCH l'Olt THAT»"

riofcssor Goidon Barker '

.nillahoeUiibilllis

MUSEUM OF THE MARVELLOUS.

Tianist. Pi ofensor Sauerbier.

DANCING.

DANCING.

DANCING.

The Mi.icions Pavilion will berntiielv devoted to the

DISCIPLES Ol'' TERP.ilCHOKE.

THE YOUNG AIJSI'R ALIAN BAND

Yuuug Australian Band.

Mr. W. Kin- ¡M c hignor Raiivheio ) " '

Ladies not allon ed to dance together.

Gentlemen not allowed to d.:nce together.

To insute s nod order.

ADMISSION to the WHOLE, 2s Oil.

FRANK SMITH, Manager. _

Ti i V E tt ST "Ö N "¿i Î1ÏV _ ii STOM E.

6ALE ON THE GROUND,

SATURDAY,' SATURDAY, SATURDAY,,

May 7th,

682 SPLENDID SITES,

. » ? i i - . by ' '

.,, _. ., -, BATT. ROnD. auil PURVEß,

sÍ3í»«»"t^ü.'-4

QUEEN'S THEATRE.

_ j Manager .Mr. E. D. Havgarth A

SingeSlnnnger *. Mr. Sterling Whyto '' ' ? ) Musical Director ." ... xMr. Clios. Aubtin. " * ,., 'grand RE-OPENING.

TO-NIGIIT. TO-NIGnT,

SATURDAY, APRIL Ki, 1881.

Engagement for a limited number of nights of the great eccentric

comedian

Mr. WM. HOSKINS,

Who will appo.tr in his unequalled performance of -

MA IOR JORUM,

in conjunction with the favourite and charming actress

Miss MARIAN WILLIS,

in Dion Boucicault's great hoat-raclnsr drama -

FORMOSA.

THE ONLY MAJOR JORUM... ... Mr. WM. HOSKINS.

FORMOSA (her great impersonation). Miss MARIAN WILLIS.

Supported by an entirely new and selected company.

New Scenery, by Mr. Geo. Kelly. New Mechanical Effects, by Mr. J. Adamson, iulindni'lng new mid novel spectacular effects in

THE CHEAT BOAT-RACE SCENIC

between Oxford and Cambridge, never before seen on tho

? Sydney stage.

The management ha« spared no expense to make this the great- est production of Dion Boucicault's wonderful drama ever known in Sydney.

Reserved seats, 4s ; boxe-, 3s ; stall', 2s ; pit. Is. Box Office now open nt Pnling's, Georgo-sticet.

Ï

N F A N T S' HOME, ASHFIELD. Under tho patronage of His EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR and LADY AUGUSTUS LOFTUS, COMMODORE WILSON, A.D.C., and Mrs. WILSON.

An AMATEUR CONCERT in nid of the Funds of the above Instilulinn, under the direction of Miss Woolley, will, bv kind permission ot J. S. Mitchell, Esq., be given at Êtham, Darling Point, on WEDNESDAY, April 20, at 8 p.m.

COMMITTEE. S. C. Brown, Esq., M.P, S. L. Bcnsusan, Esq. ^ Walter Ilrndlev, Esq. William Cope. Esq.

II. E. Cohen,-Eso. ' W. II. Campbcll,"Esq . M.P. linn. F. M. Darley, M.L.C. Robert Elvv, Esq..

C. V. Fischer, Esq., M.D. , W. L. Docker, Esq.

Henry Heron, Esq.

Hon. Sir George Innes. M.L.C. Sir Panicle Jennings, K.C.M.C. James \V. Johnson, Esq. George Knox, Esq.

Jospf Krct«chmann, Esq. " Alficd Lamb, Esq.

G. E. Label touche, Esq.. William Laidley, Esq.

Montague Levey, Esq., Samuel Lvons, Esq. J.S. Mitchell, Esq. Sydney Moss, Esq.

Tickets, fis ench, to bo obtained

Ilenrv Mort. Esq.

W. Edvc Mort, Esq.

Ifon. Ilenrv Moore, M.L.C.

Hon. William Macleay, M.L.C. C. J. Manning. Esq.

J. Milhournc Marsh, Esq., - O'Connor, Esq., M.D. W. II.' Piling, Esq. II. Prince, Esq.

Christopher Rolleston, Esq.,

C.M.G.

Thomas Robertson, Esq. Colonel Robeits

C. J. Roberts, Esq.

Hon. Professor Smith, C.M.G. Hon. F. B. Suttor, M.P. Carl L. Suhl, Esq.

Julian E, Salamons, Esq.

Hon. .Limes White, M.L.C.

Ills Honor Mr. Justico Windeyer J. II. Want, Esq. S.A. Want, Esq. G. F. Wise. Esq.

from nny member of tho Com- mittee, and Miss Woolley, 15, Upper William-street N.

Special omnibuses will meet the ordinary Ocean-street con- veyances from Sydney at junction of South Head and Darling Point Roads every quai ter of an hour from 7 to 8 o'clock p.m., curri ¡ng passengers to Ethain, and will bo in attendance there for

return to town alter the concert.

J. ARTHUR DOWLING,

_Hon. Secretary and Treasurer.

¥

ORR-STREET WESLEYAN CHURCH.

SACRED MUSICAL FESTIVAL,

to he

rendered in the Church

on

WEDNESDAY, 27th APRIL. Commencing at 8 p.m.

The PROGRAMME will inelurie

WEBICR'S FAVuL'HITE MASS IN G

(the English adaptation!,

MENDELSSOHN'S Motett "HEAR MY PRAYER,"

besides ORGAN and VOCAL SOLOS.

PRINCIPAL VOCALISTS :

Mrs. WELLS, Miss HUNT,

Mr. WILLIAM SMI I'll, Mr. PERCY JONES. ORGAN SOLOISTS : "i

F. MORLEY. Esq..

(Organist BOURKE-STREET WESLEYAN CHURCH).

H. C. KENT, E«q..

(Organist PITT-STREET CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH).

THE CHURCH CHOIR

will bo assisted by

MEMBERS

of tho

PRINCIPAL MUSICAL SOCIETIES OF SYDNEY,

nnd of several

CITY AND SUBURBAN CHURCHES.

Accompanist, Mr. W. ANGUS.

Conductor, Mr. J. S. HUTHNANCE.

TICKETS-singlo 2s, double 3s-may bo obtained at Weslevan Book Depot ;? W. Bulbin!, George-street ; T. R. Yeo, Pitt street ; R. Iredale, Oxford-street ; and from members ot the

Choir.

_ _nY- GORMAN, Hon. Sec.

PEOPLE'S CONCERTS.-Balmain Temporáneo Hull,

THIS EVENING. His Woiship the Mayor. W. A. Hutchinson, Esq., will preside. To commence at a sharp. Ad-

mission, fin._ THOMAS GLASSOP, lion. Sec.

RDER OF ROYAL FORESTERS.

COURT HARMONY, No. 430.

A GRAND CONCERT

In aid of the Sick Fund, will take place in the

TEMPER\NCE HALL

ON EASTER MONDAY EVENING, APRIL l8.

JOHN DAVIES, Esq., C.M.G., M.L.A.. will preside.

The following, with others, will aupe.ir :-Miss Clara Hamilton, Miss Wright, Miss Bayfield, Messrs. 11. Godfrey, C. M. Forbes, J. Wells, C. Cody, W. Ryan, J. Hegarty, Bros. F. Fischer, and

A. Blanchard.

Accompanist-Mr. Pierce Henley. Conductor-Bro. A. Blanchard."

Members of the Order icqiipsled to wear Regalia.

Tickets-Is and 2«. Doors open at 7.30, commence at 8. N.B.-REHEARSAL, THIS (Saturday) AFTERNOON.

Ci ARDEN PARTY"TENDERED"TO~J. II. MAY,

To Mr. F. Smith, Sir Joseph Banks Hotel, Botany.

Dear Sir,-On behalt of Sir. Stay and the Committee, we beg to tender you our sincere thanks for the very excellent manner in which the catering was done ; and the manner in which the pro- gramme was carried out reflected the greatest credit upon your establishment. The one expression of the orciiing waa one of thoiough satisfaction.

Wo remain, dear Sir, yours ti lily,

J. S. BEVERIDGE, Secretary. G. BUCKHAM, Tteasurcr.

O N

O. 4, NO-SURRENDER LOYAL ORANGE

LODGE.

The Excursion arranged to take plnee THIS (Saturday) AF- TERNOON is unavoidably Postponed till Saturday next, the 23rd

instant.

Tickets alicady issued will bo available foi that date.

Bv order. S. WITHERS. Secretary.

WATSON'S BAY. WATSON'S BAY.-MOON-

LIGHT EXCURSION, EASTER MONDAY NIGHT. Quadrille Rand. Quadrille Band. Dancing up to li p.m.

Special steamer SWANSEA will leave Circular Quay ut half past 7, and Woolloomooloo Baya; 8 p ni. Retín n tickets : Double, 2-s Gd ; single, Is Od. No. 2 jetty, bottom of Pitt-sti cet.

W". II. RICHARDSON, Manager. _ _ A. L. ¡ÎVRTON, Agent.

O. G. T.-Hopo of "Svilnov und Lifeboat Lodges.-Á

. Joint Temperance PICNIC will take place on EASTER MONDAY to Figtree Point. Steamers leave Lime-street Whaif cverv hour. Hot and cold water. Ticket«, 1« fid. J.Watson.

miO THE ENCAMPMENT AND HEAD OF S MTIiDLEHARHOUR, THIS DAY.

Steamer SWANSEA leaves No. 2 Jetty, Ch colar Quay, 2.20; Woolloomooloo, 2..Ti. Return, Is.__ C- "IIÔWDËR BAY.-No HA WK URS or GAMBLERS

allowed mi theOroitnd. D. THOMPSON, Proprietor._

riPGNNYSOÑ. TENNYSON. TÏCNNYSON.-Don't JL lorgcl the Prince, ot Wale. Band Picnic, THIS DAY, Satur- day, April IS. Tickets, 2s. Steamers ii oin Circular Quay overy hour till 3 p.m. W. li. FREEMAN, Sec,

NNANDALK BOWLING CLUB.-FAWN loaves

_Limp-streetJJ.15JTJ11S I)AY.__M._BYIINES._ IIOWDËR' BAY.-CLIFTON G'aRDENS can ho engaged for Schools and other l'ienies nt 24. Market-street.

A

O'_

BTCRKD CHORAL ASSOCIATION.

NO REHEARSAL EASTER MONDAY EVENING. _ OAT-RACK."-POWER v. SOLOMON."-Tho fast _steamer PRINCE Ol' WALES engaged lo follow the. RACE from start to finish," will leave No. 2 Jelly, Circular Quay, at 3 o'clock sharp. Bo injinic._

»TY C ÖC K V K II S U S RUS II. J THE IMPERIAL CRICKET CLUB'S

SKLECf QUADRILLE ASSICMHLY,

in the

MASONIC HALL,

on E\SITlt MONDAY NIGHT.

THE IMPERIAL BAND ENGAGED.

Double ticket, 2s (id._J; MILES, Hon. Sec.

ASTER' HOLIDAYS. EASTER HOLIDAYS.

E

N

RANDWICK RACES and PICNIC PARTIES.

You can oblain nil the most Fashionable Carriages in the world

at our Establishment, 41. Bligh--trcet.

carrying from two tulon, teen, with or without drivers.

Al«o, quiet stvlish harness hon-p» and hacks, not to, be equalled in the Southern' Hemisphere. Pienio book early.

HAWKES and COMPANY (successorsto Buchan Thomson),

Established 27 years, at 41, Hugh-street.._ "0~R T II " A N'N"A N D A L E.

ßSy SIXTY CHOICE VILLA SITES.

For Sale by Auei ion. on the Ground, by

W. PRITCHARD,

on SATURDAY AFTERNOON. Apiil 30, ut S o'clock.

having front a gea to ""--,,.""," ' TRAFALGAR, NELSON, BOOTH, and WELLS STREETS.

Ternis of rale: £10 deposit on each lot. Balance, £1 per

mouth.

Plans can be obtained.

Free 'bus from the Rooms on day of salo.

Title under Torrens' Act._

"f 1TÖ~R "_TÄ~if ! 1 B"R""U "S"ïl O" R O ' V E.

"O OWL UK'S "F A"lt" M7 O ÄMP B EL L'TÖW N.

21 COUNTRY SITES,~"about 5 ACRES EACH.

?4iv.« For AUCTION SALE, at 3 p.m., .; .-<<-1 ON THE GROUND,

SATURDAY. 30lhAPRIL. , "_-"." '

HARDIE and GORMAN.

L1TIÍÓ3 «t the Rooms.- , ', .

FREE .TRAIN on dai'of Bale. :..'',? ¡ .

M MENS E â T T R A C T I

.Q. N v !

\ GARDEN PALACE

PICNIC GROUNDS. PICNIC GROUNES.

s ' >' GARDEN TALACe] GARDEN PALACE.

EASTER MONDAY.

EASTER MONDAY. . . -

; EASTER MONDAY.

' EASTER MONDAY.

GRAND TEMPERANCE FESTIVAL. GRAND TEMPERANCE FESTIVAL.

In connexion with (ho

UNITED TEMPERANCE ASSOCIATION OF NEW SOUTH

WALES. __ _ ____"__ PROGRAMME.'' '?''." '">

0 o'clock, ' 'i '.'* Doors open.

30 o'clock.

Juvenile Choir will nsscmblo at Prince Albert Statue, and march in procession to the Pnlnoe. accompanied by

THE CITY FIRE BRIGADE BAND.

11 o'clock.

Under special engagement tho Daring

TIGHT-ROPE PERFORMER, MONS. AUGUST SIEGRIST

(late of Cliinrini'a Circus).

Also, lho«e Juvenile Wonders THE MERRICK SISTERS

(Baby and Clarice)

in their Charming Skipping Ropo Eccentricities and Wonders,

Alan,

PROFESSOR M'EST,

tho Champion Club-sivingpr of the Australian colonies.

HORIZONTAL BAR PERFORMANCES

hy Messrs We tt and Slegrist,

and the laughable evolutions of the

CLOWN ON THE BAR,

&c, &c, &c.

2 o'clock.

Recital on the Grand Or;jiui by Mr. George J. Godfrey.

1. Agnus Dei.G.A.Naumann 2. March Eli. ... Sir M. Costa ». Sound the Loud Trimbrcl .Avisen

4. War March. ... Athallo 5. Russian National Anthem

(I. Behold the Lamb. ... '. Handel 7. Hallelujah Chorus .. Handel.

2.45 o'clock, '

Juvenile Choir take their seats in orchestra. ' , '

8 o'clock.

GRAND CONCERT. PART I.-SACRED. 1. Ovorturoon Organ-Mr. Mitchell

2. An Easier Hymn (1 )- Full Choir and Band

3. Hymn-" O weep for the fallen " (2)-Full Choir and Band 4. Sacred Solo-" O come hither, and hearken "

Mr. James Godfrey 5. Hymn-" Rescue the perishing " (3)-Full Choir and Band R. Snored Solo-" Ho wipes the tear "-Miss Wright

7. Solo and Chorus-"Draw mc nearer" (1)-Mr. Henry Godfrey

PART li.-SECULAR.

8. Part Song-" How Beautiful " (Partant pour la Syrie)

Choir and Band 0. Solo and Chorus-" Far Awov " (G)-Miss Clara Hamilton 10. Part Song-" Now don't you know " (7) (Yankee Doodle)

Choir and Band

11. Nnutlcal Song-" Ben Braco "-Mr. A. Edward

12. Solo and Chorus-" Behold tho Morn " (8) (Mnsnnicllo)

Mr. Henry Godfrey

13. Solo-" Tho Nightingale's Trill "-Miss Maggie Glendenning

l-l. Solo and Chorus-" The Winning Side " (9) (The Red, White,

and Blue)-Mr. Edward

15. Solo and Chorus-"Our Sunny Austral Land (10) (lint time)

Miss Wright

10. Tart Song-«Comin* thro' the Rye" (11 j-Full Choir und

Band

17. Solo-" Joyous Life "-Miss Clova Hamilton

13. Solo and Chorus-" Tho Hay of Biscay "-Mr. Jas. Godfrey 10. Solo and Chorus-" Cheer Boys, Cheers " (13)

Miss M.iggie Glendenning 20. Patriotic Song-" Advance, Australia Fair " (11) (by request)

Choir and Band

21. Temperance Jubilee Hymn-"Auld Lang Syne" (15)-Full

'Choir and Band 22. God Save the Queen (Iß)-Choir, Band, Organ, and Audience.

Conductor . ~ ... Mr.r. D. Mc CORMICK

Organist .Mr. G. J. GODFREY

Bandmaster'..'.Mr. JOHN DEVLIN Accompanist.Mr. MITCHELL.

5 O'CLOCK, Distribution of GIFTS to the Juveniles taking part

in tho Choir.

DURING THE DAY DURING THE DAY

THE CITY FIRE BRIGADE BAND of 24 performers.

PUNCH and JUDY (Four Exhibitions.)

FOOT-RACING FOR TROPHIES.

Arcbcry, Cioquet, Swings,

MILLION PRICES. "MILLION PRICES.

ONE SHILLING. CHILDREN HALF-PRICE.

Smoking strictly prohibited in every portion of the Building.

N.B.-No intoxicating liquors allowed in the building, or on the grounds. Excellent refreshments nt strictly moderate charges.

T. R. HOLDSWORTH. I lion.

GEORGE STEVENSON, ( Secretaries.

G

RAND TEMPERANCE FESTIVAL.

GARDEN PALACE, EASTER MONDAY.

THE CITY FIRE BRIGADE BRASS BAND,

OF 21 PERFORMERS.

PROGRAMME OF SELECTED MUSIC.

1. Quadrillo-"H.M.S. Pinaforo"

2. Schottische-" Westbourne Grovo" 3. Lancers-" Sorcerer "

4. Mazurka-"Minnie " ' 5. Quadrille-"Olivette"

G. Wall.'.-"Blue Danube"

7. Quadrille, Imperial!,-" Original *.

8. Polka-" Bric-n-Brac"

0. Quad! ¡Ile-" Pirates of Penzance "

10. Schotli.sclio-" Good Bye" _ . 11. Lancers-" Trial by Jury " ' i

12. Mazurka-" Liquid Gem " j . 13. Quadrille-" La Fille du Tambour Majo»' 14. Waltz-" Rustic Queen "

15. Quadrille, Imperial;,-" Tho Nonpareil1.

10. Polka-" Bonne. Bouche "

17. Lancers-" Pirales ot Penzanco" 18. Schottische-"I am so Fat "

10. Quadrille-Favnurito Airs, No. S

20. Waltz-"Dnrinda"

21. Galop-"Cleopatra."

GOD SAVE THE QUEEN.

_J. DEVLIN« Bandmaster.

RAND TEMPÏÏRANCE FESTIVAL.

GARDEN PALACE, EASTER MONDAY.

A Full and Final REHEARSAL oi the Band and Chora« at St. James' Schoolroom, Ciistlereagh-strcet, THIS (SATURDAY) AFTERNOON, at 3 o'clock sharp.

N.B.-The Juveniles will he supplied with tickets for admission to the Festival, and for refreshments. The prizes will be dis- tributed immediately after the concert on Monday.

P. R. HOLDSWORTH I Joint GEORGE STEVENSON) Sees. Temporáneo Hall, 10th April. 18S1. _

G

ASTER MONDAY N1G 11 T.

GRAND TEMPERANCE FESTIVAL

in connection with the

UNITED TEMPERANCE ASSOCIATION,

al the

GARDEN PALACE,

Specially Illuminated tor the occasion.

A MAGNIFICENT HOLIDAY PROGRAMME

of

MISCELLANEOUS ATTRACTIONS.

GREAT MUSICAL COMBINATION.

THE AUSTRIAN BAND SOLOISTS

and

THE CITY FIRE BRIGADE.

SELECTIONS OF POPULAR MUSIC. THE IMMENSE JUVENILE CHOIR.

DARING TIGI1T-ROPK PERFORMANCES. . ELEGANT SKIPPING-ROPE DANCING.

HIGHLAND FLINGS AND HORNPIPES.

HORIZONTAL BAR PERFORMANCES. '

EVOLUTIONARY EXERCISES. Ill CHAMPION CLUB SWINGING.

! . FLYING BIRD-CAGE ILLUSION'.

M -

O ' " GLASS CABINET TRICK.

D . - SWORD TRICK. STAR THICK.

NUMEROUS OTJIER ATTRACTIONS

SEE MONDAY'S PAPERS. SEE MONDAY'S PAPERS.

Admission to the whole, ONE SHILLING.

.' SEATS, SEATS, SEATS INCLUDED.

REMEMBER! EASTER MONDAY NIGHT.

P. R. HOLDSWORTH 1 Hon. GEO. STEVENSON i Secs. W.S. MEDOALl-, Manuerr.

rniUS EVENING. THIS EVENING. - Grnud JL opening niuht of the Sidney Openi House, by the MAS-

TODON MINSTRELS. Tlii'i theatre, which has been alteied, decorated, and upholstered by Messrs. Hudson, Brothers, Palmer mid Weekes. nnd Farmer and Co., under tho supervision of W. J. Wilson, scenic artist, will lie OPENED TO-NIGHT._ D~EN ISON PO ÏN T, C _ O N T A RF,

IMMEDIATELY OPPOSITE THE SPIT.

THE MOST CHARMING COTTAGE j

and OVER

TEN ACRES of LAND,

in

MIDDLE HARBOUR. ! to view which the Steamer AGENOltIA will convey parties free ,

ot ch.ir,;e, ¡ THIS HAY, utJ.30p.in ,

from tliu CIRCULAR QUAY.

The CUTT KIK neil LINDS j

iorSALHtm'J'l'EhllAY, tim Ililli imil.mt,

at THE ROOMS. Ill, Pfl'T-h'i REKT.

and intending purchaseis nie lim-, .nionled a plciwint opportunity

of viewing oin; ot the most cbiiriiiing mid doiiublu marine residences to bo obtained in the whole colonv.

MILLS, PILE, and GILCHRIST,

_ , Auctioneers,

SCHNAPPER FISHING^ Bréâni Fisbinpr, Shark Fish-

ing.- EASTWAY'S Fishing LINES of all kimls ready mr use, nnd'tho quality onlvto be got at tho noted FISHING TACKLE DEPOT, KASTWAY, BROTHERS, 41S, Grorgc-strcet.

^JpilINlLRS' PICMCJ__ PRINTERS' PICNIC 1

' ATHOI GVUD1NS,

THIS D Vi, bntmd ij, APRIL Iß

Tlir 10UNG ATjSlRVIIAN BAND

Stonmorslillr Denium mid Britannia IcavcNo 2Jcttv iv.l Qtisi, at intcnals, norn 10 till 2 30. "Ticircuit,

Cold Luncheon prondcd on the gionn I, Is

Tlckots-Double, 3s , S ugh "s , childi cn, Is

A 1' H 0~L GARD E~R~§-.

EASTLL MONDAY'.

ONE MORE Or THI I VrR POPULAR

1 VMII Y PICNICS,

8PEC1VLIA ARRANGED

The committee have chartered tho splendid cowmojiotu Eteus«

LISMORE Also the favourite

SWANSEA, and the new steamer

TMIIY MY1

To rnn from the CIKCUI Mt QUAY, No 5 JETTY

First boit ') o lIolK ca)lin" in it W oiillooinooloo Bay, hill n».i 10 and halt-past 11, cidv qunteiof an horn fiom theOurTivfj

to 3 o clock x"*' uï

RETURN TIChLTS Is Gd, CHILDREN, Is

The carefully selected Al MON B\ND for the larm Www

1A\ILION «W I_W

UNUSUAL ATTRACTIONS AT ATHOL GARDENS.

Easter Mondii,

PROGRAMME full of bPOKI-s and AMUSEMENTS

TRLSH NOVLI TIES TUN, G VIL1Y, and MERRIMENT Alt

Fine View of the 1 NCAMPMrNT

ExcIIl it ROM) to the lORHCAIIONS

SPICI4T ANNOUNC1 MFNT

Bvpirticulariequcst the grand stenner IISMORP will Im»

A1II01 i» hai fat ItUM'lSl ! in the U TI RNOOVtilIt

a lirgo n imbi r of rVMII II .> with their C1IH Dltl \ for &tr,; and a hi w up MIDDL1 HAI.liOUR, TRLL OF ANY LVTiii CUU'GL w"4

Bo sum aud look foi A1HOI TLVGS on Steamers

Cornel arl y, eicryono catani to have a full day's enjoyment»

Athol on 1 îr'cr Monda)

STRICT ORDHl TIIXS! PICNICS ilwa)s HIGHLY

_

CL O N 1 A R i C L O N i aTF

CLONTVRF r

E iSTER MOND V. i 1 ASTER MONDAY.

GRAN D AND Sr I > CT T VMILY riCNIO

at CLON I Mil CLON 1 ARl

Romintic scener), splendid lawn

Larfoshnd) tites hi. lutiful toa boich

Undoubtedly the best place to spend the day is

ci on run cr on i mu,

Mheic e\cry nmuscinuit mil be pioudcd.inUn ling races, sirinti

quoits, and 0 Neill s Men) fco-iound

The METROPOI1T l\ PRVSS VND specia'ly engaged foi dinting in the hii,ep ii ilion alo UOLINlbT, _,toperfonj à Vi ION VI MUSIC including i eels jigs hornpipes

Lverv attmtion pud ti tie comfoi t of visitors, tho strictest oulci maint iin-d, and the punted reflations on the grouni ngidly cifoiced

1 NCVMPMI NT FNCAMPMFNT.

locnablopartiestoMcii the encimpmcnt the steamer« will cill each trip at Middlu Head, 1 Hiding ii Hunter s Beach M hurt ii ullin fue ii mutes' walk of Lncninpment, cillmg to take np

pi nereis on cich lcttiin tup

luo spkndid ste unei s

COMMODOIir and MYSTJTVY

will len o No 8 Tetti C itali r Quiv, nt 0 3C md at interval! till 2 °0 Inst tiip trom doutait 5 10 loiiiflci ions 5 p m

Hot md coU wntei fice Nohmlcr» Gambling s nelly pro-

hibited

Pcti m fat c 2s childi on Is

E

£UL,A_ LO SANDRINGHAM,

Thofi t and poweifiiloccin-goinfs cundiup ROSI 1) li I 500 bin then 300 li i c poiiei.

iiilllcave thcMnikciV hi , ntlliiui 11 liront Band engaged

DiincinD in the pi\ ilion

Linnhe m pr i ided it Is Gd

_ lines, 1 , Childun, hilf ure

71 X C tJrs I O V~1 O B R"0"__Ñ BTy|

_ onri°U 1 MONOW

TlieS S KI MrLV will li nelim- tied Wbllf,foottrakino sticot, at 0 10, on 1 Vbf 1 P MONDII, landing piltenge« al NI W POR1, whoie thei tin ne« the beau if ii secner) of the lim 1 c=bmi 1 etuin 5s, childien 2s 0 i Lincbcon on board

?gjl L it Ñ Wa~\ I L It \ BAY

JL 1 VS1TR MOND VI Si LI C1 LNCURSION

leinPavfoi lespic'ibillti and picas i c

lim Bu loi alaise m 1 commodious pmlion

11 in Bil tor stcaineis creí i hilf-hom Horn 10 a m

I ein Bai loi m e\cellent bind_1HOS MAGNEY.Hon Bec TOASTER MONDAY EYSTER MONDAY

Coto Tennyson fn a plcisint outing

Go to 1 emu so i to ni o d 1 u i kins

Cool emu si n loi a comfoi table dance

Go to lemi) sim 11 heil n hist c1 iss b md

Go to li mi on l n tu neia fiom lung-slrcct every half hour Go to lain) son to d met on the be t tiooi in the harbour

Go to Tcnnison foi shndi nool

Go to Icnnison io- cricket, quoits, fi.rt

IH01IAS MVGIrTY,

lion Sec

E

ASTER MONDAY

MVNIV Bl \CH

UNRIVALI LU 1 \CCKSION

foi

T VMII Y PICNICS,

With safclv, comloit lind no oieiclouding

IMM1 NSI Al TI VC I ION

AIHLFTIC SlORl-5 IV VM10E PARK Select Duiping m 1 ii ilion and Oil llellon ..' 71 ill NEVVPLIVVII 1 VMIL\ IIC »IC GROLND«.

1 4">i 1 ' ICHTON 1 VRK

I VIRi BOW III

I utl-pon ei Bl isa B md

The pon erf ni, commodioi s di an int,-i oom siloon Steamer!,

i VIRLIGin,

1 MU,

UO\ Al VI I RED

will leal o No 1 Totti, Circuí ii Quii, nt I JO a m ami everj li lf-hour until 2 SO p in tilling at VI o ill lomonloo Bai eich trip

Lutest tup fi mi biilnei, 5 ->(l p in mo Mnnl) Beach, G pro

I aie-Ik urn ticket Is bl o illili ii Is

N B-The 7 1) am tup fiom b)dnc), and 8 10 ara from Mimi) m ill bo i mi as usual_

b Ï""L R M O N 1) A Y"

E

BOT VN Y IliJjVRDENS

Tno YOUNG AUS1RVLIVN B\ND has been engaged for the

above d ii

D VNCING in the 1 irge P VI ILION, under the management of M

clllcient M C Luncheon tci, codec, leo creams, anil

* cien Iumiii

To ensuro re pee ibilit), Is admission w ill bo clnrgcd

_lHOMVSCOIlltrT Î7I 1 R L 11KL 1 1 E E

J Rl DPI RN A 01 UN TI I li 1IRI BriC VDL'S

ANNUVL PICNIC IO CHOW DI R BA\,

bVOUKDVl, lrth VI MI

UNDI 1 HU PVIRONAG1 01 THT

lion J Sutherland W 1 Poole, 1 sq , V R li mlin, Esq I) 0 Connor 1 i-q , M I A s and the II i ni mid Aldi ni cn of lied fci n toi,cthei ii ith the ii hole ol the I n ted 1 oluntccr 1 ire Com pames Allkindsof SlOltlS and VMLSI Ml Ms and IHNC ING in the Laige 1 ivilio i, undu a conpetent MC Vicloni Biass Bind, IS peifoimns, undci ti e ( onductoii-lup of Mr lo tph Dmglnss liol mid Coll IV itei net Conimolimii Stcrmors will pli thiough ml the dai, commencing it DlOnoi fiom t iicul-r Qnni f ion lei 1 ii ist'icnciu t landing place« the "Volunteer lue nipiunit lODsVM- nil QLhlN

_____ _1I.VNK I 11 UIMri II, Sicrctnv

Ï7» X C U R S fON IO ] li 0 h. E N BAY

_ on i vsri R MONim

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