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Amusements.

£L A I E T Y T II B A T M E."

,U1 Los"eo.Mr. L. M. Bayles*.

., I'iieotre«s ... Mrs. SI. Glsdrtare-P.avless. *

'-«T-»-T7r!-,!?,'lor tho wan»Bcment of Mr. FRANK TOWERS/

'¿{.¡/.¡.L'.j, LAST NIGHT BENEFIT ï;»Cf-i.î.n of the Great Tragedian BENEFIT 4ríi-f.li, »!r. IV. E. SHERIDAN, BENEFIT. JJLNLUT and LAST NIGHT ' . BENEFIT

of the Chai ming Young Actress, ' Mib3 LOUISE DAVENPORT.

Í BENEFIT y

»Iiss LOUISE J BFXEHT } DAVENPORT.

( BENEFIT y

Î RFNEIIT } '. BENEFIT )

' I SHERIDAN y

LAST NIGHT J SHERIDAN J LAST XIGnT.

{ SHERIDAN j

dr.NEriT ) louise davenport \ benefit r.""?nd i LOUISE DAVENPORT i and

LAST NIGHT ) LOUISE DAVENPORT ) LAST NIGHT!

TOIS (SATURDAY) EVENING, DECEMBER 2S,

önder the immediate patronage of lim Excellency Lord Anguitns

Lpflu«, R.G.C.l;., K.C.M.G.. ami his Wonhlp the Mavor (John Harris, Ero..), Lieut.-Col. Spalding and OITieeis of the'N. S. W. Artillery, when will he pioentcd Mis. Lovcll's beautiful tioctio

play

INGOMAR.

''n^r,ZÇi$1GHT> ÏNGOMAÙT~TO-NIGHT, INGOMAR.

p>Ä,V.Mr- W-' '".. SHERIDAN '

PARI II .NIA ... .Miss LOUISE DAVENPORT.

lio-i I'lan at Nicholson and Co VSlM. George-slrcet.

^J. A I li X Y '_T 1I~Ë A' T <R J?.

A MERRY CHRISTMAS' TO EVERYBODY.

GRAND CHRISTMAS' ATTRACTION.

Frank Green's successful Burlesque,

SÍÍSÍ1? H>° SAILOR '

Si NBA« tho SAILOR SINBAD tho SAILOR

repleto with

.GAIETY. FROLIC. MERRIMENT, SPORT, and LAUGHTER-PROVOKING SITUATIONS,

abounding yvith

. SWEET SONG and LOVELY MUSIC.

OPENING NIGHT, TUESDAY, December 2G.

IMPORTANT NOTICE.-To enable ono anil all to seo onr Christmas entertainment and extend hospitality to everybody, tdmii-sion will bo charged for at HOLIDAY PRICES,

Chairs, 3s; Stalls, 2e ; Balcony fall parti), Is. Full pmliculatsin future advertisements.

?VXT O N.1 ORA RE" ETe"~P FUND.

GRAND CONCERT

of

VOCAL and INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC,

in «id of fund for

WIDOWS, «id ORPHANS OF THE CREW.

Protestant Hall.

THURSDAY EVENING, 28th instant.

Captain Broomfield will preside.

The fry'ÎMf t^jMndies and gentlemen have most nanÛÉomcly con«'

mrcd to tii'upiii'ji: :

Mrs. INNFS

.Miss LOCKYER ?Miss FAIRFAX

The Mieses HORNIWAN Mr. A. FAIRFAX

Mr. HARRY WOODS Mr. MILLEN

Mr. A. EDWARD

. Mr. A. S. MUMU Y ?" << Mr. MORGAN, and ' . n« Mr. LAMONT.

A double quiirtottc of malo voice»

u choir uf 40 member»

and the

NAVAL BRIGADE BAND.

Ile served seats, 3s : body of hall. 2s ; gallery, 1«.

Tickets to be had at all the pilncipal (.hops in the eltyj

Mr. T. DEVLIN. Bandmaster.

Mr, P. I). MCCORMICK, Conductor.

HUGH MOR WICK. \

ROBERT POLLOCK J Hon. Ttcasairew. . _ I'. W. CURNOW J

H

ANDEL'S SACRED ORATORIO

the

"MESbliH"

will be lendried hy the

SYDNEY MUSICAL UNION,

under the Conductoisl.lp of

Mr. SYDNEY MOSS. L.C.M.,

in the

WERLEVAX OHCItCn. YORK-STREET.

Which has been kindly placed -t the disposal of the ' ?

Committee by the Trustees.

on

CHRISTMAS NIGHT, 25tli instant,

commenciiigut S o'clock.

¡' "? Principal Voeilist» ;

Mine. UOSALY MEKZ ' Mrs. INNES

Mr. WAT. SMITH

Mr. ANDREW FAIRFAX. ,

Organist :

Mr. ALEX. REA.

Admission, 2s 6d.

Ticket» at the 'prlneipal Music W.irehr.ii'cp. the Wclovan Book Depot, George-street, BuUord's, E. li. Cole's, ano at the

door.

Doors open at 7.30.

Holder« of tickets will te admitted a quarter of an hour earlier.

W. MULLER,

lion. See.

N

EW YEAR'S NIGHT CONCERT.

by

THE niGULAÏiD SOCIETY'S MUSICAL UNION,

in the

PROTESTANT HALL.

LOCKE'S MUSIC TO MACBETH IN CHARACTER. Bonnie Hills o'Scotland.Mis. Innes

Xogie o' Buchan .Mis* K. A. Foxall Vloi-a M'Donald's Lament .Mi-s Wallhers

{Tho Emigrant . Mr. Williamson Scotland Yet .Mr. Millen

sailor's Hornpipe.Master A. M'Rao Highland Dances.Masters M'l'.ao

Quartettes-" illuo Bells o' Scotland." " Cumin' thro' the Rye,"

&c, &c, &c.

THE WITCHES ON NEW YEAR'S NIGHT.

PROTESTANT nALL,

on

NRW YEAR'S NIGHT.

REAL SCOTCH CONCERT ON NE\V_YF.AR'8 NIOÏÏT._ 'Â~ÛÎ7lTNKW YEAR'S NICHT CONOEIÏT.- A"ralñ

J£B_ SCOTCH CONCERT will be given on MONDAY. .Tannin v 1.1. in the Protestant Hall, the arbole of thonttists being ficsh Í nun the Lord o'J'altei. _ Sen fut m c advertisements._ jJnHJTÏÏTfMAS NÏGUX. CUK1S1MA.S NIGIIl'. *L-> A Sacred CONCERT will he given in Rehoboth Primitiva ?Methodist Church, St. Joun's-ioad, below lloss-strcct, Forest Lodge._ AEKSflVAL OF SACKED MUSIC, chiefly taken

fiom Part I. of Handel's Oiatorlo of "The Mokiah," will be given in st. Thomas' Cliurcli, North Shoio, on THURSDAY,

December 2.!. at 8 p.m.

Collection in rid of the Chmeli Building Fund;_

ÜT.' MARY'S" CATHEDRAL CHOIR.

All Mi'inbci-. of the late Triduiim (eliorns and instrumentalists) who m<li to a'.'-i'.t in the production of Hitvdn*» Mas« No. 3. Ade«te ridolr*. Alma Vlreo. Kiillplni.ili, .'.*» . will oblige tn attend the In»t nurt genrinl Oiciiekfral REHEARSAL, THIS AFTER- NOON, at 3 p.m., in tie Cathedral.

LEON CARON, Conductor.

.T^USIOAL^M~JÖnN~Z. HERRMANN 'timm

A.t.8. Lonilon), 104. FnlmeiWreVt, Woolloomooloo, ic.-civc and »¡sits PUPILS; Piunii, Violin. Tenor. Violoncello. Finie, Cornet. Doncel t»> attended. Toni^jj and j_Ziiini".in per quurtcr._

ASSOCIAIION CRICKET GROUND". f|j1HE

THIS DAY, 21id DECEMBER,

ALnF.it'fsT"t:ARi;roN.

Play to connnenro at 2.13 p.m.

Admission Od, Grand Stand und Layvn fid extra.

Ladies Free to Ground.

JAMES PURRY. Secretary,

207, Georgc-streot.

A.1

SSOCIATION CRICKET GROUND,

MOORE PARK.

TnE CITY CATF.R1NG CO. - t

mc the

SUCCESSFUL TENDERERS

for the sole right to supply . < í v, LUNCHEONS and,REFRESHMENTS

at the

GRANDSTAND mid ENCLOSURE

tor all the

. . GREAT CONTESTS

'J' -with Hon. Ivo Bligh'». EhbIMi Team,

and other great matches.

On

ANNIVERSARY DAY, Sßlli January, 1381,

y ill bu yy ¡tncttert the greatest contest over known !

? in Aii'tmll"_ OT» OTAN Y.-Suburban. Times Tiophy.-Great Cricket i> Contort.-liai mond v. Clio, Mr .'o-cph Banks Ci leitet fiinn-iri batuiiW, Dcienibei 23 ond 30, rnmmencnig 3 o clock.

AAonîrc. .Special 'bu-cs «ill leave Tim« Offlre. Re. fen.

u 2 15 sha.p. A. H.l'opplciy eil. manager. Raymond v. C1.». Membeis iñeet Times Olllcc, 2.15, to-morrow. Lmform com

¿RffEWCÂ^TLÎTVTOinËNn-Âirc. C.--T.hrTfonowmg « nlca-o meet Cup Ground Christmas nitoinoon-Lukind.

toTwUridge. M'Crea, jtonnaii, Itonslde, Collins. M'Car.r.,Ncyy

tombe. Fei res. Donnelly. Iiunridc._

TfmiÑÍTY INSTITUTE C. C.-D1SENGAGED J. BOXING-DAY. Suhuiban club preferred ; mitbt have good

T^nccs-strcct._W. L. KING, Hon. Sec

"R.TORTir»SYDNEY C. C. iiiscnirogpd S.alurdny (to SS day). G. 'fripp, cine ofJohn Hardit^George-s^ieet._ I^TLNTÎrTË' OTC v. PICTON C. C-Membeifl selected,

meet Bnilway^llnn^insjnj^^ _ YrmoNT Excel«iorC. C. disonftufred Do.-'ombor 30, January 13. J. M'Qurai^e,^20.Xvtanojit-ft..J'ynii"nt.

^ÏH^ElJLTi'HÔN v. 2nd SURRY UNITED.-Match HA" olí ; ciiinot obtain team. .Lil. Dunkin, Hon. S_cc._ "îTniÎÏEISTMÂS-AND NEW YEAR HOLIDAYS. kj Persons desirous of tboionghly cnioving themselves at this tcstlvo «canon can do so by paying a visit »M^fJ«.; Shooting; fishing, and untnrpassed scenci y. btcam «inch ay "11 »hle for the trip" AU arrangements can bo made by letter to Mrs. J¿. tsquires,' Nepean House, Penrith

B

rAY~VlEW.-The beni Lund, bCBt Position «"«it»

Wrp>«. 'ÍHiaPAV , ?. ,.

rjl II F, A T R E ROYAL.

£t6'co .Mr. Samuel La7er.

Trc**"'<"-.._ ... ... Geo L. Goodman.

Under the management of

Mossrt. AVILLIAJIbON, GAKNLR, and MUSGROVE.

POSITIVELY LAST APPEARANCE

of

1 CAGLI and PAOI.VS ITALIAN OPERA

COAIPANY.

THIS EVENING (SATURDAY) DEC. 23rd.

Mans lovers of Italian Opei a has o expressed a desire to hear this company in opera. The Dhectors beg to announce that, in

addition to

A CONCERT, , will he given

the First Act

cf

Verdi's Grand Opera.

IL T K O V A 1 O li E ,

and tlie ?>* rlrst and Second Acts

of

Ro«slni's great svnrk,

IL RARBir.RK DE blVIGLIA.

PROGRAMME.

Aila- "Luercria Borgia" .

, bignor BENTERREni,

Duetto-" La Favorita .» .DoTiirett

6ignoi a BULLI PAOLt and Signoi CASTELL1.

Roman7a-" Martha" . . . '.., .Flotow

Signor SBRIbCIA.

Duetto-"La. Traviata".,. .1. ,..- . Verdi

8'inora BOY GILBERT and Signoi A1GANOTTI.

Ana-"Ebica" ., ," Hales-y

6ignor CAST1ÎLL1.

IL TROAWTORE

(1st Act).

.eonor» .SlgiioraBulUPaoli

i Concluding w ith (bo 1st and 2nd Acts of

Roisinl's immortal svork,

IL It.VRUIKllU DE blVIGLIA

losln» ." ... bignora Boy Gilbert

NO ADVANCE IN PRICES.

No free list. Box plan open daily at Theatre from 11 till 4. Scats sreurcit ei^ days in advance, and tickets for nil parts of the house obtained »Ko at Lloyd's, neil theatre, beats can be secured by telephone._

Il H E A X It E ROYAL.

Lessee.Mr, Saml. Lniar.

Treasuter ".Geo. L. Goodman.

Under the Management

Meisr». WILLIAMSON*, GARNER, and MUSGROVE. A MERRY XMAS and HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL.

BOXING NIGHT, 1 VrSDAY, December 26, 1882,

And Es cry Esening,

THE GRAND COMIC CHRISTMAS PANTOMIME.

First Production In Australia of an Entiroly New Version

ot

THE OLD E ASI ERN STORY,

written by Robert Ilcecc, Jssg. (part »uthor of "I* Mascotte"

Libretto),

and

Lately performed with enormous success at the Gaiety Theatre,

I.oiidon, entitled,

ALADDIN; or liARLFQUIN. , Tlie Wonderful Ring, the Magical I amp.

i And the pretty young Maiden si ho lot ed a gi cat scamp ;

The Tunny Old Dame, and the Latest Edition, < Of tho Musical, Model, and Mystic Magician.

A Laughable, Topical, Lyncal. Typical, Mimlcal, Metrical, Critical, AVliimsica!, Wonderful, Clnsi+'al, Graphic Seispoical, Original Classical, Epigratnraallcal, Comical Anunal.

GREAT BURLESQUE COMPANY.

Miss MAGGIE KMGlîri Mis» JTSS1E GREY,

Miss DOPY sri.WART.

(Their flist appearance at Ibis Theatre)

Mr. JOHN L. HALL, Mi. RIC IIP. S H VVART, Mr. SA Al POOLE. Mr. HARRY KESTON,

THE AVONDKRFUL M sTTHEWS FAMILY,

including

The Rrothcrs, TTTronoiiV. WILLIAM, and GF.ORGP..

Madame ATLASKA and little CARL.

Assistant Stage Manager - - Mr. AT. n. 8EAGRAVE.

THE rNTTP.Ë NTAV- SCENERY

throughout the Pantomimo designed r.nd Etocutcd by

Ml. GEORGE GORDON.

Pull pnrtien'uirr in future issue.

'B'

OTANY. BOTANY. BOTANY.

SIR JOSEPH BANKS PAVILION*.

, BOXING I)VA.

2Glh December.

The piren to spend th»

HOLID VA.

The Proprietor, having imre »pcoi.il arrangement«

to pi ov.no

AMUSEMENT mid l.NJOAMENT

lol those

attending the nbnvo

EYER POPULAR PI.FVSURi: GROUNDS,

bea-s to announce the folloTing

1MMLNSE PROGRAMME

of

Attiaalne Rove's. , ,,

AVheie s-lll be found

A MOPui FiriING bPOT

lo

SPEND THE BOXING HAY

than the

BEAUTIFUL SHORES

of tho

HISTORIC BOTANY RAY!

To lend

ADDITIONAL CHARMS

to the

DAVs orriNG,

mrr preparation has been made to make It

PASS ME.tRILY.

A specially organised

TROUPE OF NI.GRO MINSTRELS,

composed of tho

FOLLOWING BRILLIANT ARTISTS:

JOHNNY COWAN

JOHNNY COWAN JOHNNY COWAN,

the

1UNNIFST M VN OF HIS DAY.

CHART II'. HORTON. ,¿" Ncgio bong and Dance Altist.

GEORGE BELL,

the

«JJEATEST LIVING FEMALE IMPERSONATOR.

, . H. AV. AVATSON, , National Dancer.

'*' ' .*£ W. WKLSLEY,

"-.-.* Character Ai tiste, *v late of

MASTODON MINSTRELS.

HARDMAN, KEOGH, and HARRIS,

in their Great Statuo Clog Dance, and Happy Momtnts in the

band,

uni ii ulled

STEP DANCERS.

! .,., HARRY JACKSON,

the

GREAT MOTTO SINGER.

Prolessor SAUERBIER, Fianllt.

CÍIAS. AUSTIN. Violinist.

JOHNNY COWAN, Stogo Manager.

Trams all da) long to the gates.

DANCING.

DANCING.

DANCING.

The Spacious Pivilion will bo entirely , des oted to tho

DISCIPLES OF TERPSICHORE.

The Young Austrian Band ' Young Australian Bond.

Mr. George Hunt}

Mi. G. AVclsh [Ms.C. Signor Ranchero J

Ladies not allowed to dance together

Gentlemen not allowed to dance together.

To ensure gi od order.

Admission to ino wholo, 2s (id.

FRaNIC_SMITII. Manager.

TÖbÜTH BANKS PAVILION.

-S114

BOTANY.

DANCING mid SR ATING.

THIS (Saturdn) AelEK.NOOS,

B

DrCEMBI.R 23

YOUNG Al'S IRA LIAN RAND.

Skates on Hiro

TBAMS TO THE GATE'S EVERY SO MINUTES,

Admission : Gents., Is j Lndies, Is.

_riUNK SMITn-_ I) T A N~Y. BOTA N Y. ii 0 T A"N'Y.

SIR JOSEPH RANKS' PAVILION.

SKATING. SKATING. SKATING.

MOY SE and CLEWS.

A Skating Match will take place between those well-known Am.itei.is, -nus DAY. 23rd.

at tho Sir Joseph Banks Pavilion, lor a valuable trophy ; distnnco,

five miles, .... on

To start at 4 30. _

_TRANK SMITIJ._ TTOIINNY^COYVÂNrtlio Original Johnny, diiiengagcâ tß íorllolidaj NlBlits._l7,KosMt^t,_SunyJljlJs._ G "RAND EXHIBITION of Tos» and Fnncv Ginsswaro,

at EDWARD HORDERN and êONS, 6G8, Bnckfleld-hill.

Pav us a visit 1 hi» Evening.

íland in attendance.

B

OX.ING DAY.-BLACKHEATH SALE, on tho ';

MOUNTAINS. RAIT. RODD, and PURVK8. , ',

Or F E It A - H O U S E.

Lessee and Manager.AV. J. AVilson

Dhccties» .l'melie Alelsillo Manager for Miss Melville.T. S. GwpIU

I.MELTK MELVILLE OPERA COMPANY. .....»." No Free List, Press cxccptcd. '*,

NINTH VA F.EK NINTH AA'EEK "". _ of ,,,is UNAPPROACHABLE ORGANISATION.

GRKAT SUCCrsS. CROWDED HOUiE. GREAT SUCCESS.

ROA AL MIDDY. ROYAL MIIADY. /

LAST NIGHT, [.VST NIGHT

of Kielisrd Genéc's suectaculiir conue opeia

ROYAL AI1DDY. with all it« CHARMING MI'BIO. LOVELY

DRI.SSI'/., 111 VUT1FUL SCI'.NI'.RA. Alti'ISTIC SINGING,

ri.MbllEt) AOTING, POWERFUL CHORUSES. EMELIT. MELVILLE as FANCHErTE THE QUl'.EN (her fiist appcaianco

svilh tin« Cnmii.my).'Misa ANNIE LEAF

DONNA ANTONIA .Miss MARIE b1'. CLAIR DON LAMBERTO .CHAULES HARDING DON lAN.NVWO.EDWARD TAULEY >H NGO .; ,., AV. P. MORRISON DON DOMINGOS .JOHN TORDF.

ROA'AL MIDD Y Mr. II. Holland as Noiberto ROYAL MIDDY ROYAL MIDDY Musical DIicelui, ROYAL MIDDY _LEON CARON._ P "E B A HOUSE.

O

BOXING NIGHT,'

"Derenibet 20,

FIRST GRAND PKODUCITONSIN AUSTRALIA

oil

Herr Von Suppe's s crsion

of the

GRAND SPECTACULAR AND COMIC OPERA,

TATINPl/V.

E.MEL1E Ml.i.VILLE _ in the title role.

OPERA HOUSE.

MONDAY. DECEMBER 25,

GRAND

SACRED CONCERT,

by tho

full strength of the

EMELIE MELVILLE OPERA COMPANY.

rilli particulars and Programme In Mondas 's Papéis. Rescrs'cd seats at Hueneibom's. 111, Gcnrge-stieet.

A iTsYlt A L"l a"Ñ JOCKEY CLUB.

MIDSUMMER MEI'TINQ.

BOXING DAY-Tuesday, December 2Etb, 1882-BOXING DAY.

PATRON :

His Excellency the Right Honoi able Lord AUGUSTUS LOFTUS,

' ' . '? ' U.C.B. **.'

Under the marageracnt of the

Committee of the Australian Jockey Club.

PROGRAMME :

The HURDLE RACE, to start at 1',10 p.m.

The DbCEMBER STAKES, to stat tat 1.15 p.m.

LUNCHEON.

The SUMMER CUP. to start at 2.30 p m.

The AMATEUR II VNDlO.vP. to start at 3.0 p.m. The SFLLING PLATE, to start nt3 45 p ni.

The TWO-YKAR-OLU PLATT, to slart «t4.15 p.m. Tho A. J. C. HANDICAP, to stan at 5.0 p.m.

PROFESSIONAL TRAINFRS can obtain tickets for themselves and thc.r Jockos s on application nt the office of the Club pnoi to 4 p.m. on Saturday, the 23id instant.

MEMBERS of the Club can obtain extra LADIES* TICKETS freo of charge.

T. S. CI.IBBORN,

Secretary A, J. 0.

163, King-'lrcct, Srdney._

U b T It A L I A Ñ JOCKEY CLUB.

A

NOTICE.

APPLICATIONS from Bookmakers wishing to be registcrnd, under the fourteenth (.\t\.) b) -law of the A. J. C. will now be

rccois-ed

Tor particulars apply to *

T. S. CLÏBBORN,

163^ Iiing-strcctj_Seo. A^J. C.

YDÑEY TURI? CLUB

S

ANNIVEIfsARY DAY,

Joiiiaiy 28, 1833.

THE PLYING HANDICAP,

a Handicap Swocpstnkrsoi 3 soss. tach for starters,with 100 sovs. added; second liorso 10 sos-a. :rom I ho pripe. Six lui longs.

THE TURF CLUB CUP,

a riceo of ríate, value 50 sois., mid 50 sovs. in specie; a sweep- stakes of 8 sos s. euch for sturtcif, to go to thu second horse. Welter handicap, foi 3 jearsvold and upwards, lo bo liddell by sin item p, numibcl s of a lecognisrd racing club, to be uppros ed of ,by the Committee ; lowest snUlit, flot. Une mile,

j THH HURDLE RACE,

a Handicap Sweepstakes of 3 eovi each for starters, with 100 tov». addict; setontl horse 10 kim from the prize. Two milos i 11 and it furlong.

¡ " THE ANNIVERSARY HVNDICAP,

a nnndicao Swr(p«tnkca of lOsoit.eich for st ii tors, with 300 sos-«, added ; second hoiro 40 sovs. and tli'id 20 sovs, fiom the pi i/e. 'J he svinnrr of any hnntll ap of the value of 100 sovs. nftei tbo dcolar.atiuii of thesicightB to cairySlb. ; of 200 sovs., 71b.; of 500 goss., 101b. ptnaits. Olio milo and three lui tongs. ; Kntr.ance, 1 rov.

I) Nominations to be made with the S ". C. or V. R. C. Sccietary

on or betoro 4 p m. on T HURSOAA', 10th October, 1882. ¡ Weights afttr Unttcisall's New A'tar1:, Du) Meeting.

'' ' THE J VNT ARA* STARTS

of 150 sovs., wi'h a swco;sluUes ni 3 rovs. cacli for starters .added. Tor two-vcar-olds. Colts, 8-t. 101b ; filiiis and geldin«s, 'ftet. "lb. !Thc winmr tobo sold fur 300 ins-.; Jib. allowed foi eiciy reduction of 50 ses s. on stlling price donn to50 sovo. Five

, >' illilangi-.

; ' ' / Till* SELLING PLATT.

'of 150 rovo. AVeights-3 )ctrs, Sst. 71b ¡4 seals, Ost. 51b. ; 5 and 0 years, «ndngrd, Sst. 81h. Tho wimiu tobo soldier 150 soss.; 71b. allowed fur es en reduction at 25 tos's. on st Hing pt ices down i _ ' to 25 sovs. One mile anda quai lei.

I THE LADIES' BRACELET.

A, Bracelet, value fill sosa., tor tho winner; a Bracelet, value 80 I sovs., for the second hoise; and a Set of Bougies, sahio 10 sovs , .for Ihe third hoi te. lor thice-st ir-nlds and upsvatds, "to be ¡nominated b) lacios." AViliei handicap; the winner of any handicap alter the d"claintioii of iho .weights to carvy llllb. ? penalty; lowest weicht, ü-t. "Ib.; to bo ridden bj nmateins ' member« at any iccogm<ed Racing Club, approscd oz b) the

Committee. Si\ furlong}.

'J he General Enlrica for the above Meeling aro to bo made svith the EccietHis of B.T.O. oi A*.It C. on oi betöre 4 p m. on THURS 'DVY', Sith Deermhei, 1882. Ilnnil.caps to bo declined on oi Ibefoio TUEPDAA*. Sill Januaiy, 1883.

. No eiltrv svill be l eceis'ed for tiny of the rn-vs otcept upon tho

condition that nil dirpulir, claims, and objections arising out of I the racing »hall bo decided by tlie Committee, or « boin thev nias appoint ; their authority to bo tupirme, and Iheir decisions ¡mil and contlusiiconall questions arising out of or connected w lth thn currving out of this Programm-.

No cntiy will be reeds ed on any pretenco whatever after the

hour named.

A..T C. Ru!e3 and Grand National Steeplechase Rules whetc I aophcable.

Liitnncc, 1 sov. in each race.

T. b. CLIBBORN,

Sec. S T C"

103, Klng-strcet. IMPORTANT NOriCT.

All and nnv FROGRAMA1I. hithcitoadvcrtisedbvthc SYDNEY TURf CLUB tor ANMVl-RSAltA DAA , 1S88, is boich) dcchicd cancelled, and the ahose is suii-tituted instand.

By oi 1er.

T. S. CLIBBORN.

_bee. S.T.C.

rflU'lTEltbALL'S ANNUAL RACE luELTlNG.

KANDAVICK RACECOURSE.

NEW YLAR'S DAY. NEW YEAR'S DAY'.

Under the Management of tho Committee of Tattersalls Crab.

PROGRAMA!F, :

To sturt nt 1 p m.-Tho HUltDLl. R VCT. two miles

To. sun at 1 41 y.m -The MARES' PRODUCE STAKES, ils-c

" furlongs

To sl-.it at 3 11 p in.-TATTERb VLL'S CLUB CUP of .100 SOVS. I ADDhD t< a gold cup valuo 170 bovss, pie.ented b) Mi. I !.. L. JONLb, two miks

To Mart at 4 p.m.-1 be hl.LLIN'G RACE, one mite one fin long

Tostaitftt4.15p.in.-THL TWO-YEAR-OLD bLLLI.NG RACE,

si\ furlongs

To [sturt at ,1 30 p.m.-Tho NLAV YEAR'S GITT, ona nnd a

quoi ter mil».

The Right lo the ENTRANCE GAT ES, ROOTII»*. &p , ti ill be sold by Mr. KISS, atina Davaar, Pitt-stioet, on VVLD.NEbDAY,

December 27.

PROFESSIONAL TRAINERS may obtain Tickets for them- selves and their .locke) s on application nt the lillico of the Club,

on Thm fidav and l'nd tv nest, before 4 |i ni.

MF.MBTÍIS mav obtain Lidie»' lickets, freo of charge, on application to the undersigned.

JAMES PERRY.

bec, TaUersall's Club. Pitt-sticet.

T

1 A T T 10 R S A L L . S CLUB. rOAIPARlNG NIGHT for A..T.C. SUMMER MEETING, TO-MORROW, SAle'KUAA, 23itl instant, and loi TATTTR bALL'b ANNUAL RACE MEL'lINO, SATURDAY, 30th instant,

liv oi dei,

JAMES PERRA'.

_Sccrctiiry.

A N D W I C li R A C~E S. Ii

BOXING DAY.

NEW YT.AR'b DVA'.

anniversary day.

GENTLES! EN" lcqiih me Plísate Luncheon Tables rrsoned in lhe Mimbus' Rmini «ill oblige b) «¡ung the Catii tis notice the dav hetoic rcquuing same.

C11 Y CATERING TO.

215, Gauge-street.

"X~Ñ D \V I-C~K It "A C E~S.

R

c

THE CITY CAU.11ING CO.

ue spam

THE SUCCESsUL TENDERERS

foi the sole right to supple

LUNCHEONS and ÜLl'RLSIIMLNrS

al tho

KANDAVICK GHAN Pi J AMI and ENCLOSURE

lot the nest

_ hiri ejvlai's._ _ ~ÎÏ~R I S X MAS II O L I D~A Y S.

A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEVtt

IO ALL."

I'm Uosieniiiring Elegant AVhicles of all descriptions and quiet hoises, and diiscis It lrquircd, foi PICNICS. RAC'l.s, ni pictu rct-qtic drives, can obtain the samo ii oin the old-Cetabhshcd Ürm 0I HAWKES and CO .

41, lillgh-stroot.

N.B.-Please book calls, nndjeeme a clínico._ I~ÜTCt.-T^GRANI) LODGK of NEW SOU'lII

. AVALES, lindel R. AV. G. Lodge of the AVorld.

A PICNIC, iidvcrli6.»d as I. O. U. T., is not m connection with

tho above ouler. ^^ ^mR G0^ ß w c T>

JA M b3 B, PRICE, G AV ' -

^ C A D E M Y OF MUSIC.

Lessco . Mr. W. n. Thompson. TO-NIGHT, TO-NIGHT. Saturday, December 23,

GRAND OPENING NIGHT, and

FAREWELL VISIT,

previous to its Departure for South Afrloa, of

THOMPSON'S COLOSSAL MIRROR

of tho

ZULU WAR.

In conseqpenee of the enormous success of this Entertainment on its tormcr visit, the Pioprictor will distribute, at his discretion, without the slightest element of chance being introduced, a num- ber of elegant Uhri«tmss and New Yen's Gilts, consisting of

GOLD and SILVriR WATCHES

'SUITES OF FURNITURE, HARMONIUMS. PIANOS

HOUSES. ALLO I'M I'.XTS OF LAND. BEDROOM SUITES BUGGIES. TEA AND COFFEE SERVICES OIL PAINTINGS

PAl'IEK MACHE TABLES SILVER CANDELABRA

SILVER EPERONE, PRESENTATION CUPS

and a number of other valuablo presents too numcrou« to men- tion, the yrbolo conducted on a scale of libeiality never before attempted ¡u Sydney.

The leading Presents for the first Six Nights will comprise Six

Suites ot Furniture

SIX SUITES OF FURNITURE, SIX SUITES of FURNITURE SIX GOLD WATCHES, SIX SILVER WATCHES SIX TEA AND COFFEE SERVICES SIX PAPIER MACnE TABLES " 12 PRESENTATION CUPS '

12 MAGNIFICENT OIL PAINTINGS 12 SILYER CANDELABRAS

12 EPERGNES --

12 MARBLE TOILET GLASSES

and 200 other valuable Presents, making a total of

£200 FOR THE WEEK.

PRICES OF ADMISSION :

Front Chairs, 8s ; Second. 2s ; Gallery, Is. A few Fauteuil«,

.Í9.

Tickets for all parts of the House may bo obtained at Mr.

Kirby's, bookseller. Pitt-street.

Doors open at 7.30 ; overture S o'clock.

Lecturer . Mr. W. IT. Thompson _Agent .Lieut. Herman.

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O - X I N G D A

MANLY BEACH.

DtfMEN8E ATTRACTION.

AMUSEMENTS POP. TOE MILLION. IVANHOE PARK

FAIRY BOWER

EAST BRIGHTON PARK. SPORTS.

SELECT DANCING IX THE PAVILION.

Family rionic Grounds.

GERMAN BAND ENGAGED. Tito patt and Favourite Saloon Steamers

FAIRLIGHT, EMU, COMMODOBB,

and

ROYAL ALFRED,

will leave

QUEEN'S WHARF, No. 1 Jetty.

7.13, 0.30, and every half hour after 9.30 until 3.S0.

CALLING AT WOOLLOOMOOLOO,

except first trip.

Lust trip from Sydney, fi p.m.

Fiom Manly Reach, 8.10 a.m., and as often as possible. Last trip, 5.30 p.m.

FARES : Return, Is Gd ; Children, Is. Ordinary Time-table suspended for the Pay.

c

IIOWDER BAY. CHOWDER BAY

BOXING DAY. BOXING DAY'.

8S~ WORKING MEN'S GRAND UNITED EXCURSION,

the greatest event of the year,

will be held at the most favourite resort in tho harbour,

CHOWDER BAY,

the place to spend the holiday.

Ihc eoinmittco having made ppcclal arrangements to provide , AmiiFcnicnt and Enjoyment for those attending the ever popular t Píeosme Ground«, begs to announce tho following immense pro . gramme of Spm is.

Where y\i!l be found a more beautiful spot to spend tho 1 BOXING DAY.

SACK RACING I WALKING MATCHES

FOOTRACING' CLTMII1NG GREASY POLE

HURLING MATCHES | LADIES' TCO-OF-WAR, &c. | to bo competed for valuable and handsome prizes.

DANCING. DANCING. DANCING.

Three first-class Bands engaged for D-meing in the spacious Pavilion, under the lcadeiship ot Mr. Hardie, the bandmaster, and

two efficient M.C.'s.

Public Luncheon provided on the Ground, 1b 6d.

Hot mid cold ara ter fico of ohnrge.

Six large and pon pi ful steamers engaged, to leave No, 0 Jetty, Circular (Juay, nom 0 a.m. shavp, and ply continuously up till

3.30 p.m.. calling at Woolloomooloo Bar.

N.B.-The Committee bavo spared no expense to make this the grand excursion of tho sea-on, and aro aUo dctci mined to main- tain strict order and re-pectabilitv throughout the iIiit. No hawkers or bad chatajtiisallowed to landor comoon tho ground.

Return ticket«, Is lid ; children under 8 veáis fren of chai gc.

ROKEN BAY. " "BROKEN. BAY.

Br

B

BOXING DAY'.

The splendid paddle steamer

MURRAY

vdll leave the Market Whurf, fool of Market.strcct, it 9 a.m.

sharp,on

BOXING DAY, 2Bth instant.

BAND ENGAGED.

Fares, 4b return ; children under 12, half-price.

NIPPER and SEE,

120, Sussex-street.

O N D I B E A C ii] B*b N~D I.

BOXING DAY.

DANCING AT PACIFIC PAVILION.

The EXCELSIOR BRASS RAND engaged ; cannot be excelled for iirst-class music. Tho best place to spend the day is at Bondi Pavilion ; the grandest and romantic scenery from the bal eony, mci looking the llo'e Bay and Pacific Ocean. Billiards, skittle«, swings, (te. Admission, 2s (id.

'Buses to meet trams._ B~Ö ~X 1 N G Ï5 Â" Y~

BOTANY TEA GARDENS.

The YOUNO AUSTRALIAN HAND has been engaged for the

above d a v.

DANCING in the largo PAVILION, tinder the management of nu efficient M.C. Lnnchcon, tea, coffee, ico creams, and every luxurv. To ensure let-pcctnbililv, Is admission will be charged.

_'_ J__THOMAS CORIIEY.

Select Temperance Picnic

on BOXING DAY, TUESDAY, 2Cth December,

to the Avenue Recreation Grounds of ihe Lane Cove River,

noted for its beautiful shade and scenery,

also the splendid floor of the pavilion. Swings, Quoits, Cricket, and other spoits.

The Pyrmont Brass Band engaged for the day.

Temperance refreshments and luncheon at most moderate rates.

Hot and cold yyatcr nee.

Five fast and commodious steamers will run to omi fro every half hour ii oin Lime-street Wharf, foot of Erskine-street.

Admission, including steamer's larc-adults 2s 6d, children Od.

Tickets on the wharf._ _ _

V E~Nr U E. AVEN UffiE. A Select PICNIC will be held at tho favourite spot, AVENUE, on BOXING DA li. Cricketers, como up and see the made ground, where .Mr. Joubeil's Cup will be given as atrophy to junior cricket club«. Refreshments on tho ground. Great altciations.

I'm mont Bias« Baud.

Tickets-Adults 3s_Cd ;_rhihlven.j)d._ WliL.ECT'T'ÄMIL'Y; EXCURSION to "CHOWDER O BAY, CHRISTMAS AFTERNOON.

Dancing. Dancing. Dancing. 'Ayo of llioflrst-cla«.« Brass Bands in hvdncv, of 22 performer*, engaged tor dancing in the pavilion«, under urn efficient M.C.'s. Three large Ftcaincrs will lcavo Ciicul.ar Quay, No. ß Jetty, at 2,2.1.1. 2.30, 3. and 3..10 p.m.

Steamer leaves Chowder for trip to Middle Harbour at 4 o'clock.

Return tickets. Is (id.

J. BUCHANAN. .Tun., Secretary.

______ F- THOMPSON. Trensurcr._ ÏÏîriSfMA« HTlLlDÄYe-.-Tho pre!liest ¿'mt for

Family Excursions is MOSMAN'« BAY. Steamer* houily from No. IJettv, next Princes' Suir«, Circular Quav. larc, Gd, return; children under 10, 3d. return. Beautiful view», good roads, nice shade, lovely watcifall«, delightful glens, and wild flowers. I'Mung, lîo.iting in tho lake. Refreshments and

tioats to be lind in tho bay.

Observe-So. 4 Jetty, near Tramway Terminus._

T«/| 0~S"~5Í A Ñ ' S BAY.

TEMPERANCE HOTEL.

BOXING DAY.

The proprietor having erected Booth« for the comfort of visitors, bops to inform them that he is prepared to supply refresh- ment« and trulls ot the season. A splendid pavilion for dancing, Freo Mu«ic in intendance._

"P E~C I A L NOTICE. "steamer« r.tTRLTGHT, EMU, and ROYAL ALFRED run to MANLY BEACH daily. Sre ncyv Time-table._

A

S

WILD ELOWliRS in lull bloom, Native Roses,

Waratah'-, &c. Braiitifiil waterfalls, shndy walks, exten- sive and lovtly views, unlimited freedom to gother fiowns and ian«. The most rti'lighttiil spot for family picnics. Boats for hire* in the lake-llko ha v. adjolnil.g the yvhnii. Steamers from No. 4 Jetty, Ciicular Quay, hourly. Fare-Gd return; children, 3d ditto._ "_

UAKlTltAY RECREATION GROUNDS. Auply

Dr. Hansard, 2. Emma-tcrracc. Pitt-street. Redid n.

C7lE'MÖ'RXE~SELEOT PICNIC GROUNDS, Boxing

Dar.-First-class temperance* refreshments, Sydney prices, Taylor, cntcicr. 112, William-sticct._ A~U~STR"ALI AN JOCKEY CLUB]

THE NEW ST. LEGER STAND and RESEEVE,

at the

RANDWICK RACECOURSE

will bo

OPENED

on

BOXING DAY.

Tho STAND, SLOPE, and LAWN will ACCOMMODATE

10,000 PERSUNS.

FIVE REFRESHMENT BARS, nil UNDER COVER.

Asphalted Floors.

ENTRANCE by TURNSTILES, next to MEMBERS' GATE.

_AmOSSION-ONE BHILI.INC._. rftUE GREAT CHRISTMAS BAZAAR at tho Royal' J. Furnishing Arcade. __Opcn To-day, from H a.m. until 9 p.m. (CHRISTMAS PRESENT».-Watches. Jewellery, &c,

J Philp figuro, riohstpek. WIESENER'S, 331, George-^

MASONIC HALL.

Under the patronage of

HIS EXCELLENCY LORD AUGUSTUS LOFTUS, G.C.B.

. GRAND SACRED CONCERT,

with READINGS by the Distinguished Actor,

Mr. AV. E. SHERIDAN

PROGRAMME.-Part I. ? 1. Paraphrase for pianoforte-" Adc-tc

Fidelis" .Mozart -?

Mr. CHARLES HUENERBE1N.

2. Recitative and Aila.Handel .

Mr. PERCY JONEP. ' S.Roadlng-"David's Lament over Abso

. 'J?»" .N. P. WUlii

4. AValtz-"L'Estassl"...

.AIlss VERONA DALMAIN!".

5. Song-" Who Laycth the Hearns " ... Handel

Mr. F. J. HALLEWELL.

S. Reading--' Bclsharzar's Feast ; or, tho

AViiting on the Wall » .¡¡¿¡y, n. H. Millman

Mr. AV. E. SHERIDAN.

Part li.

7. Ana-"Ah non as-en pin lagrime" ... Donizetti

Mr. PERCY JONES.

8. Ballad-"AVhen the llcait is A'oung" ... Dudley Ruck

Miss VERONA ÜALMAINE.

9. Reading-" The Little Hero " .Al thur Mathison

Mr. W. E. SHERIDAN.

10. Pianoforte Solo-" The Two Angels » ... Blumcnthal

Mr. C. I1ULNKRBEIN.

11. Song-"Nazareth" ... .Gounod

Soio by Mr. F. J. UALLT.WELL.

with gund chorus and organ and liinnoforta accompaniment.

BOXING NIGHT. Grand CONCF.RT. bvMr. F. J. Hallcwolland others, with Readings bv Ml«» LYDIA HASTINGS.

SATURDAY EVENING. December 30, Grand Concert, first

appen m nee of Miss KATF. TI1AYF.R.

NEW YEAR'S NIGHT. Popular Ballad CONCERT.

Trires :-Reserved seats, .1s ; Unreserved, 3s ; Gallery, Is. Reserved Seat« for Sole at Palings. Doors open at 7.30, commences at 3. Carriages may bo oi dei ed at 10 p.m.

UNPRECEDENTED DARING, SKILL, PLUCK

and NERVE.

THE AUSTRALIAN BLONDIN, H. L'ESTRANGE,

will perform the Extraordinary Feat of CROSSING BANBURY BAY, MIDDLE HARBOUR,' with a BICYCLE on a TIGHT ROPE, THIS DAY, Saturday, 23rd.  

Steamers will leave Circular Quay, Woolloomooloo Bay, and Balmain every hour during the day. Special boats at 2.30 2s return. First-class Hands engaged. Manager, W.H.R.    

Îl H E "'"GRE- A ''.

CHAMPION SCULLING RACE,

CLIFFORD v. BEACH,

£100.

THIS DAY, over the Champion Course, Parramatta River.

Tho steamer Pi ¡nee of AVales will leave Circular Quay, at 8 o'clock sharp, and follow the race.

_BEACH'S BOAT._

('?^.^AND' TEMPERANCE PICNIC

CREMORNE. BOXING-DAY,

December 23, 1881.

HKAD-QUARTERS BAND

specially engaged.

MO PRIZES will be distributed

amongst the children

for

FOOT RACES, Ac.

Ko questionable characters will be allowed to land,

All intoxicants are prohibited.

And Joe strictest order will be maintained,

FOUR

LARGE STEAMERS

will ply from

Ko. 3. Jetty, CIRCULAR QUAY,

from i

8.30 a.m. te 2.30 p.m.,

every IO minute». .,

A ft$¡¡$ 0te»»»er lc»Te8 Double Bay »\ 10 o'o'ook, &\

. REFRESHMENTS

at

SYDNEY PRICKS.

HOT and COLD

AVATER FREE.

ADULTS, Is Gd;

CHILDREN, 0d.

WILLIAM NICHOLSON.

_Manager.

CADNEY PROGRESSIVE LYCEUM.

Annual DEMONSTRATION and PICNIC of LIBERALS,

Athol Gardens. AVLDNESDAY, 27lh instant.

The Prince of Wales still ply fiom Circular Quay Jetty hourly,

from 9 a in.

The A'oung Australian Rand (14 periorraers) has been secured.

Mrs. WATSON, one of America's most eloquent public speakers, will be present, and deliver an ADDRESS.

Dancing in tho pavilion, andocaicfiilly anangedprogiamme of Sports. The most enjoyable olid popular of all family picnics.

Tickets. 2s; children, hnlf-piicc._ _ Grand" p¥c^'m¥ïânx procession

on NEW YEAR'S DAY.

Picnic and Sports on Pat i atnarta Racecourse. Under the auspices

of the Loyal Orange Benefit Society. Proceeds in aid of the

General Funeral Fund. Sports, Dancing, and Pastimes,

Splendid Band engaged. Great Social Gatheiing. All invited.

Enjoyment for tho old and young at the Protestant Picnic,

onNKAV YEAR'S DAY.

S'

T. PATRICK'S CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE

CONFRATERNITY.

ANNUAL EXCURSION to ATHOL GARDENS,

TUESDAY, JANUARY 0. 1883.

Steamers from Chcular Quay every half hour, from 9 a.m.

HENRY Ü. WILLIAMS,

_ _Hon. Secretary.

f"1 Ii R I S X M A S AT M A N L Y.

A'isitors to MANLY during the holiday» are informed that they can obtain the best refreshments at Kiiiuinstei's Clarendon Hotel.

Hot dinners at public table fiom 1 till half-past 2.

Private dinners and picnic hollinéis on snortcst notice.

Best hrandB wines, beer, and spirits. English Ale and Porter, Is per bottle. English Ale on draught.

Glass of ale and sandwich, (id.

Note-Clarendon Hotel, on ocean beach. Hilliard Tables.

"E N_N~Y"S Ö"N . T E N N Y d O N.

T

F

FERN BAY. TERN BAY.

Substantial MEAT DINNER, with VEGETABLES,

AU kinds of Temperance Drinks

at Sydney prices. _

"'E' Ä N BAT.-' FE"» N y_ BAY.

SELECT EXCURSION. " ; -

BOXING DAY.

STEAMERS

from King-street evciy hour. Dancing in tho large and commo- dious pavilion. Swings, &c.

_H. A. MAONEY. Hon. Sec.

ññ~E N N Y S O N. T E N N Y S 0"TT

BOXING DAY.

SELECT EXCURSION.

Dancing in the Largo Pavilion. Cricket, Quoit;, Swings, .to. Steamers from King-street evciy hour from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

_*s\A. MAGNEAj Homj5cc._ VE Nuri' SON. T E N N Y~S Ö Ñ.

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NOTICE.-Owing to the Pavilion being nnromfortably filled on the Util November, to pi event os-ererownlng only alhnitcd number of Tickets will be issued for these Ground» on

_ BOXING DAY._ OXTÑG DAY. BOXING DAY.

SANS SOUCI. SANS SOUCI.

TOM UGLY'S POINT. TOM UGLY'S POINT.

THE SEA nUEKZE HOTEL.

The Outing for the Holiday is to go by Tram to Botany Wharf, and

norn there, in the steamer

YOUNG MAT.

acrotä Botany Bay, and up the Georgo's River to tho »hove

beautiful and favoui itc place of resort.

Steamers leave Botany Whorf at 11.30 «nd 2.30. Return Fare. 2s.

The best bl amis of -sines, beer, nad spirit«. Luncheon, and a good supply of splendidester*._ ~\/T&. OLD HAM'S SINGING CLASS.

J.yJ_ PRIVATE PICNIC. BOXING DAY. The Victor will lease No. 3 Jetty, Circular Quay, at 8.30 sharp.

_JOHN TOUT, lion. Seo.

/Clontarf. clontarf. clontarf.

BOXING DAY. BOXING DAY.

GRAND EXCURSION AND FAMILY PICNIC.

Under the Management of a Committee of Gentlemen.

The be.-t place to Spend the Day is Clontaif.

A largo Programme of Amusements avili be i-s-icd.

AMATEUR ATHLETIC SPORTS. Trophy Pi izes.

150 Yards Flat Race. 75 Yards Sac's. Race. 1011 Yards Youths'

Race. 100 Yards Tnrcc-leg Race. 200 Yards Flat Race. 100 Yaids Old Men's Race. Also, Children's Race«. CucUet, Quoits, Football, Swings, &a.

METROPOLITAN BRASS BAND. Dancing in Pavilion, under

the stipci vis on of tsvo M.C=. and Assistants. The mimed Regulations strictly adhered to, Admi«*ion by ticket only. Thi ce- lal gc and powerful steamers from No. 2 Jetty, troni 0.30 till 2.30. Clontort l.t-t ttipO p.m. Retuiu litre, 2». Chil dimls. Hotandcold water lrce. Luncheons, is Gd. No Haw kel s or gambling allowed.__ YRMÖNX PRESBYTERIAN SABBATH

SCHOOL.

EXCURSION TO CLONTARF

on i

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27. 18S2.

The steamer Commodore will leave the Wharf. John-slreet, j Pyrmont, at 8 and 10.30 a,m., reluming to Pyrmont at 4 and 5.45 |

Also, the steamer Excelsior will leave John-street Wharf at 1 p.m., returning nom Clonlaif at .1.4.1 p.m. N.B.-'Will cill nt

Darling-stiecMVharf Balmain, hy RUO a.m._trip_only. _ | L'ESTRANGE':» Perilous! Feat, Hiding: a Bicycle over

MidcRjâlaibmi^JIJlIj^

STRAND EXHIBITION o7 Toys and Fancy Glassware, VT at EDWARD HORDERN and bONS, 60S, Brickfield-hill. Pav us .a visit Tnis Evening.

Band in attendance. _ . ORDERS

AVILI- BE

FORAVARDED BY JAMES EIDMAN'S

VANS,

WAGGONS, ,

and

CONVEYANCES

ANYWHERE and EVERYWHERE . .

Äff st «*»«?» »» lo-pAj and TOíNÍPJPjjip toll o'clock. P

mEMPERANCE HALL, PITT-BTREBT,

TEOrLK'S

POPULAS SATURDAY CONCERTS.

GREAT CHRISTMAS PROGRAMME. CHARLIE HORTON in his SpeclallÜM.

GEORGIE BELL, tho Grestcst Female Impersonator of the Iga,

THIS (Saturday) EVENING, December 23,1852.

PROGRAMME.

Overture-" Caliph of Bagdad ". Orchestra

Ballad-"TheAnchoi's Woighod" ... Mr.A. Edward

Comic Song. Hrirry Jackson l'BlInd-" The Dance" (Watson). Y jss Belmont Character Impersonation-" The Raw

Recruit» ... .../Charlie Horton

Ballad-"I'll meet thee in the lane" ... Mr. W. H. Hartijón Ballad-" Sweet Spirit, hear my prayer"

(Wallace) . Mlsj Burns

(byiequesfi

Cornet Solo ... . Mr. J. Somers * -finale Impersonation . ... Georgie Bell.

Pabt/h.

Oveiturc-"TresJolie" .Orchestra Bailad-"Only a little MountainLad"

/fiistapneaiance) ... ... . Miss Maggie Mooney Ballad-"Tho Death of Nchoir".Mr. A. Edwatd Character Impel conation-" T.ho Horso

-oí0?"-."* ...." - "'." ,.. *u. ... Charlie Horton Ballad-'. Sweet Summer Bttd " (Glover) Miss Belmont Comic Song .. . Harry Jack-on

Ballad-" Tho Last Roso of Summer"

<M*înr?> _u - . - ... ... , «. SUES Burns

aliad-" Theio is a flower that

bloemeth" ... .Mr. W. IL Harrtion Female Impersonation .Geoigielioll Finale-"NationalAnthem" ... ," Company.

A MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL.

Accompanist .llïrs. COLBORNE FRASER

Musical Director . Mr. J. SOMERS. °"

MILI.ION~PRT.CKS.

Chairs, Is ; back scats, Cd. Doors open 7.30 p.m., overtjuro at 8 shara.

SATURDAY NEXT, giert attraction LAST NIGHT of the _ J. T. FOSTER, Business Mansger.

nnEMPERANC E H X"L~1~.

TO-NIGH/V (SATURDAY) TO-NIGHT.

CHRTSTMAS ATTRACTIONS,

CHARME HORTON in his Specialities.

GEORG7JÎ BELL, the Female Impersonator. NEW BALLADS BY OLD FAVOURITES.

Miss BURNS Miss BELMONT Miss MOONEY

Mr. EDWARD Mr. HARRISON Mr. JACKSON

Mis. COLBORNE FRASER

Mr. HOBSON Mr. SOMERS.

¡_SIXPENCE. MILLION TRICES. ONE 8HILLINO.

!Q.RAND STEAM EXCUSpIpT.

j BOXING DAY, DECEMBER 20.

i ,0

I NEWPORT, BROKEN BAY.

The splendid ocean-going steamship,

LISMORE, J00, tons,

'will leave Russell'« Whaif, Siissex-streot, foot Marffsrêt-ilreet, at

10 a.m. sharp on tho above date for the above favourite waterlnay , place, returning in time for the evening amusements.

Fares, 3s ;

i children, Is Gd.

R- P. NICOLL, 9, SuBsei-atreet.

T H O L GARDENS, BOX I Ntl DAY

A.

FAMILY EXCURSION and GREAT TEMPERANCE '

PICNIC

TO ATHOL GARDENS, BOXING DAY,

undei Careful Management.

TEMPERANCE HOTEL ONLY at ATHOL.

No Intoxicating Drink* cold mi the Grounds. T Everything Select, Good Order.

Fun.Amusement, Real Enjoyment, and all the Holiday Sports Cr

ATHOL, BOXING DAY.

1 Tho Ever-popular IMPERIAL BAND

The Evcr-nopiilnr IMPERIAL BAND

in the Large PAVILION, the Best and Coolest about the

llaibour.

First-class M. C. and COMMITTEE to Assist. For the CONVENIENCE. OF FAMILIES.

1 arrangements msdc to stint lrom NORTH SHORE FERRY CO.'S WHARF, Cit cular Quay,

CLOSE TO TRAM TERMINUS

Close to Tram Terminus.

ADULTS-RETURN TICKLTS. Is 6il

Adults-Return Tickets, Is Gd.

1 MOTHERS and FATIIKltS-Eemcmber, NO CHARGE for ; CHILDREN UNDER 10 YEA US. Over that age, Is.

'! Fine, Comfortable, Fast Steamers E\'ERY TEN MINUTES from

North Shoi o Ferry Co.'« Wharf, Circular Quay,

First boat, half-past 8 ; last, 3 o'clock. LUNCHEONS. REFRESHMENTS.

TEMPERANCE DRINKS.

Moderate Prices.

_ATHOL. BOXING DAY._

AND J? L O W E R SfiOf,

G

THIS DAY.

Messrs. RCSSALIE, LLOYD, and CO.

beg to inform tho

LADIES of SYDNEY and its SURROUNDIKG3

that their

GRAND EXHIBITION

of

MILLINERY nnd LACE

FRENCH FLOWERS and TABLE ORNAMENT», ' WILL BEGIN THIS DAY.

An inspection 1j

EARNESTLY INVITED,

and a

VISIT TO DiY

WILL REPAY EVERY ONE,

and

IS CERTAIN

THE GREATEST SHOW EVER BEEN

in the colimy.

Doors open at 10 o'olock,

, , Over Huntei'a City Boot Palace, y._ rnO-DAY-THE DAY OF " ALL ' DAYS

JL for the

, SALE OF PRESENTS

at the

GREAT CHRISTMAS BaZAAB

al

THE ROYAL FURNISHING ARCADE.

Open from 8 o'clock a.m. until 9 o'clock p.m.

CAMPBELL BROTHERS,

ROYAL FURNISHING ARCADE.

420, Gcoigc-stieet, Sidney, next the Royal Hotel._ DOLING- KÏGHÎ7 BOXING "NIGHT.

MJ A. BAKER'S Select Qnndrille Assembly, National Hall, Cnstlcreagh-strcct. Dancing 8 to 12. Efficient music. Tickets 2s Gd each. Ladies free._ 1'DANCING.-Mr. C. HALL'S Assembly, BOXING iß NIGHT, Oddfellows' Hall. Susie-wtreet South._ f^ANCTÑG^Mr. C. Batley'*) Aswinbly THIS JLß EVENING, II.n-«t. ; for halt-oom dincing^inlv ; telect.

Äl^lNG7--T\p«emL^lioouVi, Hijrh-Vt.. North Shoro, Boxing NjghL_Adniis«ioii,jS, Mille» tree. Doon, open 7.30. TVANCING.-Mr. R. Collins' Quadrille Assembly, 3J lloxiiij*^'!gtn._A;»«j*rnj>jy_l^

R.~C. HALL'S AiM-muly Th's Evening, Academy,

Oddfellows'Hal', hussfc-Micct Souin._

"rVH RS~ ALÏAVUOD'S ~Ho».o~ot ihifltletiin Quadrille iJjL ASSEMBLY.-Full stiing Band. Ca«ino avili not bo ad- misible. 2a Cd. ...

City Hail. Castlticagh-stieet.____

^-ii-Ï b D A \

BAY VIEW ESTATE. ~^ ^^ ^^ .

Opposite Tram Station.

ONLY £.1 DEPOSIT. ?<?'

"'.", Free Tram Ticket«. . ¿

THIS AFTERNOON, " ' -, .

ON THE GROUND, ' .

AT 3 O'CLOCK.

CALL for PLANS

and -

FREE TRAM PASSES.

£5 DEPOSIT. Balanco Easy.

C»H for Tickets at tho _

Red House Room», 45', Gourge-street.

T. It. SMITH, CHAPMAN, and SMITH,

Auctioneer».

.ÄCllTSMBN'liliuri*WlilNG_PÄRTIES"ihoiiW js-eamp at OAI'LEY'S CHANT. t.EOHGE'S R»p.,:;.h«« the Railway Line iros.es. Abundance of ti es1, water forbathIns- umí drinking ; am qu.intilynt ti-li mid oyster-, and the prettiest scenery in tno wmlil. with the Railway being made to the spot. The land is to be sold as a FREEHOLD, on 5th Icbruaiy, by HARDIE and GORMAN. ___ -n-ï.,T"rfV OATLEYrS GRANT, comnicnciDftby HUKSIJ. IL Lb,

and extending to GEORGE'S P.IVElt,with tho«'»'«}" Railway running right tluough it. Will he sold as a FREEHOLD

""WATER "fRONTAOES and RATI.WAY FRONTAGES, with VIEWS und DELIGHTFUL TEMPERAI URE no tot bo excelled

anvwheie.

Ample oppoi lunitv '10 INSPECT will be given.

Look out for tho .....'"'**luT^ijr^DT_^

I" ^X"CÜ"R^r(TNIS^jns7p^oio partió8. imd °'^er(' VÍBÍ'Í1Í?

JJ George's lliici during the holidays, can easily spot LHl LEY'S GRANT, where the uilnoy «orneare in progress, halo

DAY-MI. FEBRUARY. nARDlR _a ^"^ T Yi y

UE&TÏON : _o_ to spBND Pi0xrNG DAY?

Attend tho SALE of tho BLACKHEATH ESTATE, on the

MOUNTAINS, by

BATT, RODD, and PURVES. 4

A djy'a THOROUGH ENJIJYMENT, comblniaiRllRIN*=,M '

. with PLEASi'''1*» -

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