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_AmnBementB._ .T H ï A I K S ROYAL. -*- " Under the management of

Messrs. WILLIAMSON, GARNLR. and MUSQROVR.

Lessee, Mr. Samuel Larur. Treasurer, Geo. L. Goodman.

Doors open 7.15, commence 7.45. Carriage» 10.45.

TENTH WEEK AND ES1 ABLTSHED SUCCESS

of the

»», . «OYAL DRAMATIC COMPANY.

wno have contributed another triumph to the list of their

achievements.

THi; PROFESSOR THE PROFESbOlt

_, THE PROFESSOR.

Jaeoeivrd with genuine onthuslasm by a crowded auditory, who

by their hearty applause testified to tho eucocss . . - - of this production.

BEAD THE PRESS OPINIONS.

The Sydnev Morning Hei aid Bays,

L¿ I A DECIDED HIT.

Marked by the strength of east, it has every advantage, and full

justice done to It.

Mesáis. Gordon and Henning« have painted tour very beautiful

sets for this, comed>.

The Doily Telegraph snys,

A VEKITAULL BONNh-UOUCITF.

> A genuine oomedy, wiltun in a jmicelul st} le. full of pointed epigram«, sparkling diulogue, and abounding lu plotuiesque

situations.

IT WAS THROUGHOUT \DMIRABLY ACTED

and

PERFECTLY STAGED.

Sunei-ior to the original pi eduction, the cast is n stronger one, .Mid the Í nrious chat actors aro bottci sustained. Heartily nppre.

elated by a crowded house.

"The PiofcBsor" is a succeei, and should bo witnessed by all ^rho like to seo a good comedy well put upon the stego and

cleverly played.

-"»-..-. Tnc Evening News 6ays, ESSENTIALLY A CLEVER PIECE.

ADMIRABLY ACTED.

THIS (TOtSDVT) l.M.MNG, ArRIL 14, ,, at n qu irtcr to 8 precisely,

THE PROFESSOR THE PROFESSOR THE PROl'ESSOR, . < A with a

POWERFUL CAST tt ___ and

, NEW 8CENERY BY GORDON AND HENNINGS.

, Produced under the direction of Mr. II. H. VINCENT.

Furniture aud appointments from Hamilton and Co., Globe -Urnlturo Depot, Park and Castloi eagh streets.

PRICES OF ADMISSION :

DRESS CIRCLE, 5s i 81'ALLS, 3s : MM1LY CIRCLE. Î6.

Tickets at Eastway'a Hotel. Box_0dice open dally from 11 to 4.

ANTED, TENOR SINGER. Apply Stage-Door, TnhVlKK ROYAL, between 11 and 1. this day.

w

ACADEMY OJT MU8ÍC.

Proprietor and Manager. F. E. HISCOCKS.

The Favourite, Popular, and Fashionab.e Lounge, 45th WEEK, 4Hh WEEK, 45th WEEK.

Continued Success. Continued Success,

HISCOCKS' FEDERAL MINSTRELS and SPECIALTY UNION.

Another vast audience assembled last night to witness the Premier Company in their popular and refined entertainment.

Onr unequalled First Part, Inteispcrsed with wit and humour,

l with the Grand Finalo

-«.LA SONAMBOLER."

Second Pal t,

H. CARROLL, the Great Double-Voice Vocalist,

l-i Jiew Selection«.

THr. MARVT.LLOUS GIRARDS.

, MOYNHAM. KEENAN, ond Mis» COLLIER.

The beautiful quartette '. Tub MHSSAGE," by Braham,

Amery, Reid, and Portoi.

W. HORACE BENT'S Original Sketch,

TUB LAWYER'S CLERK.

W. B. WARNER In his new impersonation«.

Terminating with the successful and Topicnl Burlesque, written i expressly foi the Fedcialsby a Local Litterateui, and arranged

by W. Horace Bent, entitled the

"IDES" OF MARCH,

or the Oppositionists of Macquai ie-strcct. ,'uliu« Eilliro Dallico, the great Seizer of op.

portunltv .W. Horace Bent Cassius Enrico Paroo, the gicat Dyer.W. A. Ball

Biutus Angus Comiiiitticus, the ohalrful Chip J. 8. Porter Decius Jlacalonlcus Jackus, the Plaintllï ^ Sam Keenan

Maro Antony Pinchback .Alf. Mnynham

Australis, the Belle of the Soudan .Miss Mlllio Collier . . Nobles, Rum-ins, Senators. Chicken Thiefs, Tramps, _o"

by 1000 auxiliaries, weighing 485 pounds.

Popular Prices :

Orchestre Chairs, 4s ; Stalls, 3s and 2s ; Balcony, one shilling;. _Bot pla-i at Paling's. Carriages at 10.15 p.m._ mOWS HALL. TOWN HALL.

THIS EVENING. THIS EVENING.

SPECIAL ATTRACTION

at the

AHT SOCIETY'S EXHIBITION,

under the direction of

Mr. CHARLES HUENKRBEIN. ADMISSION. ONE SHILLING, i ADMISSION, ONE SHILLING.

N.B.-No Extra Charge for Concert.

PROGRAMME,

' > commencing at 8.15 p.m.

Trio «. ~.r. .Feica

Piano-Mr. CHARLES HUENERBEIN

Violin-Mons, de WILLIMOFF v i Violoncello-Herr PATER.

Bong " ."I dreamt I dwelt". Bait«

Hiss GLENDENNING.

Flute Solo .

Pignor PAGNOTTI.

Song. « The Angel at the Window " ... Tour«

Mr. JAM*8 HINCHY.

Violin Concerto ... Andante el Finale.Mendelssohn

Mona, de W1LLIMOFF.

Beena., ». ... From " La Favorita " ... Donizetti

Miss FABIEN.

Duet... . "Oh. Maritana".

Hiss GLENDENNING and Mr. HINCHY, Piano Solo ... "Potpourri," introducing the popular

Mai oh. " To tho Front " ... Hucnerbein Mr. CHARLES HUENERBEIN,

accompanied by

MonB. de WILLIMOFF. Herr PATEK,

Signor PAGNOTTI, and Mr. G. MITCHELL.

Accompanist, Mr. G. F. MITCHELL.

J. W. BAYER,

_Hon. Secretary.

A BX SOCIETY OF NEW BOUTH WALES.

TOWN HALL! TOWN HALL.

SIXTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION.

Owing to the success that has attended the Exhibition, and at the request of a number of person« who have not had an oppor- tunity of «eeiog the pictures, the Committee have decided to con-

tinúen

UNTIL SATURDAY NEXT.

The EXHIBITION will therefore be OPEN from 10 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. daily, and in the evenings from 7.30 to 10 p.m.

ADMISSION, ONE SHILLING.

804 PICTURES ON VIEW.

><? J. W. BAYER,

_Honorary Secretary.

CHIARINI'S ROYAL " ITALIAN CIRCUS

' and -sV

MENAGERIE OF TR4WED ANIMALS.

THE BIG SHOW, OPEN EVERY NIGHT at 7 o'olook.

_ eiformancc commencing at 8, at

BELMORE PARK.

STILL ANOTHER NEW AND ATTRACTIVE PROGRAMME,

Commencing TO-NIGHT.

THIRD WE EK, ana still the samo UNDIMINI8HED

and UNWAVERING 8UÜCLBS as on the

Open mr Nih'ht.

THE BIGOEBT ANO DEW SHOW IN THE CITY.

THOUSANDS OF DELIGHTED SP1.CTATORS PRE8ENT AT

EVERY ENTERTAINMENT,

GRAND FREE OUT-DOOR CONCERTS given by Chinrlni's Celebrated Band for one hour befoie cncli performance com-

mences.

Afternoon Performance« every WEDNESDAY and SATUR DAY, at 2.30. Doou optn at 1 30.

_L. JMAY A._Secrotary.

"|\f_!W~MA.SONIC HALL.-Under tho patronage and

J3I in presonce of tho Woi«hlt>fnl the Mayor nnd Aldenncn of Sydney. MONDAY, April 20th. COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT tendered to HENRI L'ESTRANGE, the Australian Blondin and Aeronaut, who lately met with a severe accident. WILLIAM BEACH, Champion sculler of the World, has given his patronage, and will be present. Benson Lees, W. L. Brear, Johnny Cowan, Charley Horton, George Linden, Charlie Dine, Mark Mill, and an avalanche of artists have given their services.

Admission, 8s, 2s, 1s

Door» open at 7, commence at 8, carriages at 10.30.

J. J O'BRIEN. Hon Sec.

P

R O X E S T A N T HALL. Under the dil cotton of R1GNOLD and ALLISON.

GEORGE AUGUSTUS SALA, the Greatest Living Journalist,

will deliver his first LECTURE in the abovo hall on ' TUEBDAY NEXT. April 21.

Lecture-" Wars, Revolutions, and Tumults,"

Prices-5s., 3s , and 2s.

Plan of ball at Huencrboin'« muBic warehouse, 818, Gcorge «treet, where seat» may be reserved,_ PBOTE8T ANT HALL.

A GRAND ENTERTAINMENT

in aid of the CAPULET CRICKET CLUB,

WÍU he given in the above Hall, on WEDNESDAY EVENING.

ISthApill, at 8 o'olook.

Gordon Barker in hi» Magical and Mysterious Entertainment. _ Charlie Dare, American Comique, in his Topicalities.

Front scat«. 2« ; gallery, 1«_J. Holdsworth, bon, »co.

AUSTRALIAN WAXWORKS,

OPPOBITR the CATHEDRAL.

Just Added : BEACH and HANLAN.

The Late GENERAL QOKDON,

Sir HERCULES ROBINSON.

OPEN DULY from 10 a.m. till 10 p.m.

Admission: ONE SHILLING. Children, half-price,

HAKKSPER1AN FANCY FAIR.

LION ARCADE, NEWTOWN.

OPEN THIS EVENING from 6 o'clook.

" At 8 o'clock the SCENE between HUBERT and PRINCE _JITHUR. from the play of KING JOHN, will take place.

Admission Is.

J. P. FITZPATRICK, WILLIAM DOLMAN.

§

CALK OF WORK AND FANCY ARTICLES.

The above will open on WEONEBDAY next, the 15th mitant,

In 8T.^TTHUB' HALL, and be continued XHUBSDAY, 'tawt^enf» every evening¡also Ventriloquism.

Ho_tilTAIto-oon.¿»0toí.S0! »T«___ Í..0. Admission, Is ;

«Uldra».*

G

A I E T Y _T H B A T R E.

Lessee ... .B. N.JOIICB

Proprietor and Manager . Wm. Kmcisiin

Business Manager.Wm. A.Jinklns

" NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE BUCCESS."

SUCCESS I PRONOUNCED I SUCCESS SUnChSS AND MÎCCKS8 BUCCESS | LASTING SUCCESS

of the

EMERSON'S MINSTRELS EMERhON'S MINSTRELS EMERSON'S MIN8TRIÎL8. LED BY THE ORIGINAL

and

ONLY

BILLY EMERSON I BILLY EMER80K BILLY EMERSON BILLY EMERSON

BILLY EMERSON | BILLY EMERSON

, , , 8PECIAL CARD.

It Is with Pride, coupled with Thanks, that the Management announce the UNPRECEDENTED FACT that, notwithstanding Mr. EMERSON and his COMPANY only arrived in Australia on Ihuisday last, per R.M.S.SZeulandlo. thov were HoT EVENING RECl'.n ED by a LARGE and BlULLIANT GATHERING of PLAYGOERS, the largest by far that has ^et nssumblcd within the walls of the GAIETY, who »ere unanimous in their DE MONMIIATIVE OVATION, cheer after eheor giceting each artist mid each act, teslitylng to the ARTISTIC TRIUMPH that had been ACHIEVED. Mr. EMERSON being ACCORDED the HONOUR of a SPECIAL CALL, his performance being a tlio roughly finished study, the merit ot which was fully recognised

by the vast audunce.

Tho Management consider it quite unnecessary to oulogiso the individual or collective merits of this organisation.

TniS (TUESDAY) EVENING,

SECOND APPEARANCE OF

the great

HILLY KMKRSON.

THE PRINCE OP COMEDIANS.

-... M .£ho rono,'ned Charactnr Artists and Comedian».

ÇHA8. W. COGILL BROS. HARRY P. in their great success and Onginal Laughahlo Speciality entitled

CUIT CHAT.

The versatile specialists,

WALSH and KING,

tho Great Doublo Dancers, Vocalists, and Comcaians.

_ The Novelty Tonm,

BÜßT. | STANLEY and PIXLEY, - GUS.

the pleasing Societv Skotch Artists.

The celebrated Irish Comedian anti General Danoer,

Mr. DAN TRACEY.

Mr. BENJAMIN CLARK,

first tenor vocalist.

Mr. ALFRED HOLLAND,

baritone vocalist.

. A grand

DOUBLE QUARTKTTK AND ORCHESTRA,

under the leadership of

Mr. CHARLES W. REINHART.

SPECIAL NOTICE.

1-opular prices -Orchestra Clmiis, 4s ; stalls, Ss ; Family Circle, Is

Box Office at Messrs. Nicholson and Co.'s, George-street.

Carilages may be ordered for 10.30 p.m.

Tickets for all parts of tho house can be obtained at 1. Growdon'a, _tobacconist, opposite Gaiety Theatre._ X.CURSIONS TO THE

HAWKESBURY RIVER Every Friday, at 2.15 p.m., via Manlv.

returning by rall via Windsor at 9 p.m., Saturdev. (Book also at Maddock'», George-street.)

FI8H RIVER CAVES.-One of the wonders of the world. A

Bight which people have crossed the ocean to see. Parties can start any day, but must book at least a day in advance.

NEPEAN RIVER.-The easiest and most enjoyable trips out of

Sydney. Evtrv Saturday, nnd also on Sunday if sufficient number book. Special trips arranged for any day,

ILLAWARRA DISTRICT.-Four Days-Driving tours thiough

this district arc formed nccoiding to demand. Call and get

particulars.

All strangers In Svdney should payan early visit to the Bureau, at there they can obtain Information which will prove of value to them. Reference books kept. Passagas booked and berths selected for pat tics in the country.

Book at The TOURIST BUREAU, 51, Market-street, next Evening News Office. _

SELECT PICNIC PARTIES.-The best day's outinj?,

steamer to Manly, thence per Black anti Co.'s coach to Narabecn Lake. Fishing, boating, bathing, &o. Picnic Point, Narabccn, is the loveliest spot in New South Wales. BLACK and CO., Manly Livery Stables, Pier Hotel, Manly. Vehicles of all kinds. _

?¿ELECT PICNIC PARTIES.-Best Day's Outing k_* Steamer to Manly, thence per Black and Co.'s 'bus to Narabcen Lake ; fishing, boating, bathing. Black and Co.'s Livery Stables, Pier Hotel. Vehicle» of all descriptions on hire._ FlYH- Grandest Trip is to the Hawkesbury River. Par -L tlcular» at A. and C. Huenerbeln's 318, George-street.

HAWKESBURY RIVER.-An EXCURSION

staru evei y Friday at 2.15 p.m., via Manly. Tickets to be

had of

_E.JR. COLE, corner of George and King street«.

SCHNAPPER FISHING EXCURSION," THUBS*

DAY next, April 16,1885.-The fast and powerful steamship METEOR will'leave Woolloomooloo Bay at 7 a.m. Luncheon and bait provided on board. Tickets, limited. 7s ed. to be had by applying at the chowder Bay Office, Arbitration-street, Circular Quay._D. THOMPSON.

SCHNAPPER-FIBHING.-IAWES' stcamor, Muriel

Bell, will leave Floating Jetty 8-30, Woolloomooloo 7, THURSDAY MORNING. Tlckols, 6s. Had JVMEt?\ 80, Wool- loomooloo. Good bait ; green prawns and fish bait every day.

AMAZON QUADRILLE CLUB PICNIC to Tenny-

son NEXT SATURDAY AFTERNOON. 18th instant. 6toamer leaves foot of Phillip-strcot at 2.15 p.m. sharp.

_ " . SMITH. Hon. Seo.

ANCING.-Mr. Bailey's Quadrille Assembly, THI8

EVENING. at8 p.m.. Ilnv-strcet.

E

D

ANCING.-Lady, good pianisto, disengaged two or

three a days a week. Carlton, Herald Office._

ANCING.-Mr. A. READ'8 Class and Assembly THIS EVENING. Royal Dancing Academy. 3C7, Pitt-street. BS. C. READ has a Prívalo DANCING CLASS for Ladle». Aksembly Rooms, Wtlllam-sirect. near Rlley-st.

ONTHLY Quadrille PARTV, Oddfellows' Hall," ElUabeth-street, WEDNESDAY. April 13. C. EVES. _ QUADRILLE PARTY, THI8 EVENING.

TWKNTY-FOURTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE OPENING OF THE ROOMS.

Assembly Rooms. William-street, near Hi lev-street._ lCUMOiND.-Mr. A. READ'S Assembly, School of

_Arts, WEDNE8UAY.8 p.m. _

D D M

R T

B

HE ROSEHILL RA'JING CLUB.

OPENING MEETING

will Uko placo

On BATURDAY NEXT, 18th April, 1885.

THE OPENING HANDICAP, to start at 1.S0 p ra.

LUNCHEON.

THE TWO-YF.AR OLD HANDICAP, to start at 2.30 p.m. THE PAKKAMATTA STAKES, to »tart at 3.5 p.m. THE BELLING PLATE, to start at 3.40 p.m.

THE GRANVILLE PLATE, to Btart at 4.15 p.m.

THE ROSEHILL HANDICAP, to start at 4.50 p.m.

Profes»lonal Traine!s can obtain Tickets for themBolvos and Jockeys on FRIDAY, 17tli April, beforo 4 p.m., and all who ncgleot to apply on the day named will have to pay at the gate.

Pass-out Checks will not be issued. A. J. C. Rulas and Bylaws.

GEO. W. 8. ROWE.

^_Secretary R. R. C.

OU RKE JOCKEY CLUB.

ANNUAL MEETING, 25th and 27th May, 1885.

CENTRAL AUSTRALIAN HANDICAP,a sweepstakes of Í eovs.,

with 800 sovs. added. 2 milos.

BODRKE JOCKEY CLUB HANDICAP, a «weepstakes of J52

10s, with 150 Eovi. added, li milo.

HANDICAP HURDLE RACE, a sweepstakes of 3 sovs., with "Í

sovs. added. 2J miles.

Nominations for each of the abovo events (1 snv.) CLOSE TUESDAY, 14th A pi ii, and maybe handed to T. C. Clibborn, Esq., secretary A. J. (!.

For full progiamine seo weekly papers.

CHAS. C. NAUGHTON,

_Secretary B. J. C.

GR1CÜLTURAL SOCIETY N. S. W.

PARADE and SALES.

THOROUGHBRED HORSES and CATTLE

- at the'

GROUND, MOORE PARK.

ORDER OF PARADE :

Horses . 11 a.m. and 2.80 p.m. Cattlo.11.30 a.m. and 8 p.m. Trotters, in harness ... 12 a.m. and 8.80 p.m. Ponies .U.S0 p.m. and 4 p.m.

GATE8 OPEN at 10 o'clock.

AUCTION SALES COMMENCE WITH THE HORBE8

, at 11.80.

CATERING by F. W. FORSTER, of Forster'« Hotel,

Castlereagh-» treet.

Special Tram» will Run regularly to the Ground.

FODDER PROVIDED by Mr. B. MARKLOVE

AT MARKET PRICES.

ADMISSION, Is.

VEHICLES ADMITTED.

Spécial Tram« will Run direct to the Ground,

_ F. WEBSTER, Secretary.

B

T su

BNBFIT OF PATRIOTIC FUND.

NEW SONG.

« THE HARP OF THE SOUTHERN CROSS,"

by K. W. Goergs.

Price, 1«,

W. H. PALING and CO.. Limited._ HE ONLY PITY Is that, once gone, a fécond

GRAFTON ESTATE

CAN NEVKR BE OBTAINED.

BALE NEXT SATURDAY.

_ BATT. RODD, and PURVEB.

"ÄNLY.-43 large Allotment Next SATURDAY,

at 8. Easy term». Litaos, Richardson and Wrench.

ASRICKVILLE.-Cottage and 22 Allotment«. Addi- - io_-rd.,_«xti»tt_d-v.»tS. Litaos, Richardson-Wreaoh.

NEW OPERA HOUSE.

THIS AFTERNOON ( ( THIS AFTERNOON THIS AFTERNOON ! Tuesday. J THIS AFTERNOON THIS AFTERNOON ( { THIS AFTlÎUNOON

GRAND COMPLIMENTARY

MATINEE MATINEE MATINEE MATINEE MATINEE MATINEE

for tin-HENKFIT nf

WILLIAM BEACH, WILLIAM BEACH.

CHAMPION SCULLER OF 'HIE WORLD CHAMPION SCULLER OF THE WOULD,

tendered by

Rignold and Allison's Comedy Company, F. E. Hiscocks'

Federal Minstrels,

and the Musical and Dramatic Piufestian of Sydney.

MONSTER PROGRAMME. ' Overture-By Members of the " Imps."

Orohestr»,-Louder, Mr. N. La Fculllade ; Flute, Mr. Vf. Farrell .

Cornet, Mr. R. M'Sherry ; Contra-Bass, Herr Kopff.

Pianoforte, Mr, F. Ireland.

COMEDIETTA-" A CONJUGAL LESSON.»

"r- V1 uhZ .Ml- Phil Day

Mrs. Lui ttby ... ... .Miss Myra Kembla Pianoforto Solo-" Fantasie" (introducing

the Patriotic March " To the Piont"

0"" [Huenerbein] .Mr. Chas. Ilucncrbcin Pong (comic)-'' No Fear".Mr. W. B. Warner

Ballad-" Only Dreams" .Mr. Beaumont Read

W. Horaco Bent's Orieinal Sketch, MODERN SCHOOL OF ACTING.

Soth Suecalosh .Mr. W. Horace Bent Henry Hirviug .Mr, W. A. Ball

A TESTIMONIAL

will bo presented on the stnee to

Mr. WILLIAM BEACH.

Mr. EDWAllü HANLAN

Will also be present on the stage.

Song and Danoo Sketch, .. The Fat Boys," Mr. Sam Keenan and

Mr. Alf. Mornlium.

Ballad-"Going to Market".Mr. H. Carroll

(Double-voiced Vocalist.)

Song-" Tho Gauntlet" .Mr. J. T. Gordon {*e.Mia» »nllv Smith

J,1"«» Solo ... .Mr.N. LaFmillado Recitation-" Lord Ullln's Daughter" ... Mr. J. F. Cathcart Song-" A Valiant Knight".Mr. J. S. Porter

The whole to conclude with the screaming Farce.

Sl'ITALFIELDS WhAVERS.

Simmons . .... Mr. Sterling Whyte Darvillo.Mr. George Forbes

£row» .Mr. It. Gieville.jun.

lawson.Mr. T. A. Howard

Ado'0 .;. ... .."..Miss Emma Bronton

Stago Manager, Mr. J. F. Cathoart. Loader of Orchestra, Mr. N. La Fouillnde. Accompanist, Mr. F.Ireland.

Piano kindly lent bv Huencrbcin, 318, Gcorgc->trcet, where dress oirolo tickets may bo reserved.

Prices-Dress circle, 5s ; stalls, 3s i pnrqnottc, 2s,

Doors open at 1.45. Matinio at 2.30 sharp. Carriage» may bo ordered for 5.15. Husmos Manager, G. A. COLEMAN.

NE W OPE B A HOUSE.

Less eos . K. Maleronl and W. J. Wilton.

Under the Management of Rignnld and Allison.

Stage Manager .Mr. J. F. Cathcart

Another Great Triumph achieved by

RIGNOLD and ALLISON'S COMEDY COMPANY.

in tho laie HENRY J. BYRON'S

MOST SUCCESSFUL COMEDY,

14 DAYS 14 DAYS 14 DAYS 14 DAYS H DA if* 14 DAYS 14 DAYS 14 DAYS 14 DAYS

which was received again Ln?t Night by a

CROWDED and ENTHUSIASTIC HOUSE, with

Unmistakabla Malka of Approval.

The ACTION ot the COMEDY STOPPED by

INCESSANT LAVJGHTliK and VOCIFEROUS APPLAUSE.

Act after Act recalled mid Applauded to the Echo.

14 DAYS THE HIT OF THE SEASON 14 DAYS

will be REPEATED THIS and EVERY EVENING.

Furniture from Globe Furnituro Warehouse, corner Park and

Castlereagh streets.

Box plan, Hucnerhcin'B, 318. Gcorgc-strcot. Day ticket«, Roberts', tobacconist, next Theatre.

_ Treasurer. G. A. COLEMAN.

CAMPEBDOWN C.C., with Ground, Dieongnged, _Saturday nest. P. Cahill. Stirrev Ollie

SKOOND Warwick»- 1 »irenipjg«_ 18th und 25th April ;

clubs with ground. J. (i. Orum. Public Works, Phillip-stiect.

ALVERN C. C. dii-enga^cl r-uturdav, 18th, with

ground. Annh J Purcell, 52. Ynumr-strêet. Redfern.

M_

CBICK K l' GROUND, malting Micket, ¡ind pavilion,

DISENGAGED, Next SATURDAY. Pawiu, Jvv'lrr, Arcade.

ST. P'ETBBS CRICKET CLUB Disengaged" with _ground. April 18th »ml 25th. A. Harbor. St Pet ern.

ASHFIELD.-WARATAH C. C. DISENGAGED.

_with Ground, .Saturday. UtluR. Murtin, Bland-st., Ashfield, TATTEB-ALL'S" HALL, Tatterimll's-buildings, to

LET for Private Ball«. Banquets, Roheaisals, Creditors and Public Companies' Meeting», Wedding Festivals, &o. Free use of 400 scats, piano, and decorations und gas. Apply Manager,

Tattertall's Baxaar. Huutur-Mreet.

MATKUB Singers should join Cnilliau 'a_d~Bö)lo,a

large classes, open 27th Instunt. Tickets at Paling's.

U

4_

M

Mr. JULIUS BUDDEE

has commenced

PIANOFORTE TUITION

in

SYDNEY.

For terms and particular«

apply to

W. H. PALING and CO., Limited,

S5G, George-street.

M

B. H A B B Y HYNDES,

PROFESSOR OF MUSIC.

Intending Pupils apply for terms, _c" to

A. and C. HUENERBEIN,

_318, 3corgi-Btreet.

THEATBICAL (Variety).-Wanted, LADIES and

GENTLKMEN : state terna. Tioupe, Herald._ WANTED, first-doss Circus Porforuiera. Apply

Mr. Alexander, 50>, Georgc-st., op. Central Police Court.

"ÖuSEHlLL RACES, Saturday.-Steatnors half hourly -Eil from King-sl. from 11.30 a.m. until 2 p.m. Is Gd. return.

Religious Aimouncemeats.

YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION.

PROTESTANT HALL,

THIS (Tiicdny) EVENING.

ANNUAL TEA AND PUBLIC MEETING.

Tea on Tables at 6.30 p.m. Tickets, It Gd cuoh.

Speakers :

Eight Rev. Dr. BARRY, tho Primate Rev. Dr. STEEL

Rev. Dr. KELYNACK

Rev. J. W. INGLIS, Vice-rresident of the Ballaiat Y. M. 0. A. J. R. FAIRFAX, hsq.. Vicc-1'rctident of the Ashociation, will tuko the ohoir at 7.30 p.m.

_DAVID WALKER, General Secretary.

m HE CHURCH SOCIETY. The ANNUAL MEETING will bo held on THURSDAY NEXT, tho lGth instant, In tho PROTESTANT HALL.

Tho Most Rev. the Lord Pi ¡mate will take the chair at 7.30 p.m.,

and deliver an uddrcss.

Amongst the speakers will bo the Right Rev. Bishop Hale, the Rev. H. L. Jackson, the Hon. Alex. Gordon.

- HULTON S. KINS, M.A, I Hon.

ROBERT HILLS i Sees. BY MONS S. TOVEY, B.A..

_Organising Scoretary.

NS. WALES AUXILIARY BIBLE SOCIETY.

. Committee meet at the Bilde Hall, 385-7, GeoiRC-strect, on WEDNESDAY next, April 15. ot 4 p.m. THOS. B. TRESS, GEORGE F. WISE. Honorary Secretaries._.__ BEVON SHI KE-ST1ÎEËT CONGREGATIONAL

CHURCH.-Annual Tcu Meeting and Report, THIS (Tues- day) EVENING, I4tD niFtant. To be followed by an Entertainment m tho new church, entitled '. The Oiled Feather." Admission to tea and entertainment by complimentary tickets. Tea G.30, enter- tainment 7.50. Collie-on*. T. WI'.IGHT.Socretury.

CLEVELAND-STBEKT WESLEYAN CHUBCH.

The first TEA MEETING in connection with the anniversary of tho abovo Church will tuko piscc TO-NIGHT. 14th instant. Tea on the tables at G.30. After te» a Public Meeting will bo pre- sided over by E. Jessop, Esq. Addresses will be delivered by

circuit ministers and others.

T. M'COY,

Church Steward.

Lectures.

(¿30NGS and MUSIC of SCOTLAND.

Tho Rev. J, W. INGLIS of Ballaiot,

will deliver a LECTURE

on tho above subject, in tho

NEW MASONIC HALL, Castlereagh-ttrcet,

on WEDNESDAY. 15th instant.

Chair will he taken by the Rev. Dr. STEEL at 7.30 p.m.

Doors open ut 7 p.in.

Front seats, 2s. ; back seats and gallery. Is._

?pÖTÜLÄlt MILI l'Ail Y LECTUKE.

'* Soldiers and their 8oience," by Captain-Rnd, R.A.

At the Cambridge Club Assembly Room, on FRIDAY. 17th in staut. George Ranken, Esq., in the chaii. Tickets 2s, at Mr. Audorson's, military tailor, 30, Oxford-street._

Business Announcements.

THE BUSINESS of Cabinetmaker* and Furnituro

Manufacturers hitherto can-led on by us, the undesigned, under the style and firm of TACK SING, at 743, off George-street, Sydney, has this day been disposed of by us to the lil ni of SUN TACK SUING KEE and CO., who will carry on the business from this date. AU outstanding accounts to be- sent in toour firm for settlement. Dated this loth April, A.U. 1885.

All SUE.

AH CHOW. AU CHEN.

Witness-Gio. B. THOMAS, SoUcltor, 71, Castlereagh-Jtrcct,

Bydnev,

We 'have this day purchased from the firm of Tack Sing the Business lately cal ried on by them at 743. off George-street, as -Cabinetmakers and Furniture Manufacturers, and solicit a conti- nuance of tbo support hitherto afforded to the above firm. We aro not responsible foi- any debts contracted by tho late firm.

Dated this lOtn April, 1885.

SUN TACK SUING KEE and CO.

. Witness-GEO. B. THOMAS. Solicitor, Sydney._

TT^ISSÖTUTION 0"F PARTNERSHIP.

In consequence of Mr. Hartland'» depaiturc for Europe, the PARTNERSHIP hitherto existing between the undersigned has THIS DAÏ been dissolved by mutual consent.

Dated at Sydnoy this 7th day of April 1885.

? Burned I J. D. HARTLAND

Signed j Ti Li BAKEBi

Witness-J. _. BAKES,

In reference to the above, the Business of tho late Firm will he carried on as usual by T. L. BAKER, under tho stylo of BAKER and CO., as House, Land and Property Agents, at their Office, Market-chambers, 472, George-street.

BAKER and CO.

1ST

OTICE is hereby given that PIEHCY ETHELLand _W. P. COURTN-T, formerly carrying on business together as auctioneers, _c, under title ElhrU and Courtney, have This Day DISSOLVE u partnership by mutual consent, as W. P. Courtney ia leaving Sydney. The' butines» will In future be carried on by PIERCY HTHELL alone. ""_"""__,

(Signed! W. P. COURTNEY, (Signed) PIERCY ETHELL.

I Petersham, April II. 1885._

AS COOKING.-Boo Baleigh's " Paragon" roastimc baking, toMtisaT, |r-Un_, To-day. 358. EUxabeth-street.

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JAMES R. FMRFAX. bydnev Morning Herald Office, JOHN POPE (Messrs. l'armer and Co.), I'itt-strert.

lion. Treasurer».

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Srdnoy, 11th April. 1885.

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O V E R N M E N T ' TRAMWAYS.

WAVERLEY LINE.

The public ero informed that on nml after MONDAY NEXT, the 13th instant.'ELBY-STItEKT will CEASE to be a stopping place on the ubovo line.

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Department orPûbllu Waiks'.'Rallway Bration,

Sydney, Fehtumy 5, 18H5.

OVERNMENT RAILWAYS.

'1 ENDERS will be recehed at this Gttice up to 11 a.m. on the dates mentioned herennder, for the Tublio Woiks, &c, specified in the following sohcdule:-_

Nairne of Works or I Date for Receipt

_.Supplies._| of Tenders. The Consliuction and Erection of Waitlng-I Tuesday,

room nt Cuotjoo Bay | 14th April. Contract for 12~Express Passenger Loco-I T,,«**T

motivo Engire» üISf\nri\ ' 0 Tonk Ditto_1 58t" Anril

"NÖTE.-I-or further pal titulars seo Government Uaxe-Ue, a file of which is kept at every Post-ofticf.

The lowest or any tender not nctessnrilv accepted.

CHAS. A. GOODCnAP,

_^_______Commissioner for Railway».

Department of Public Instruction,

Sidney, 10th April, 1885.

JENDERS FOR CLASSROOM, &0.

TENDERS aro invited for the Erection of a Classroom, &c., at tho North. Sydnoy Public sohool.

Plans and specification may bo seen, and forms of tender ob- tained at the office of the Department of Publie Instruction, Sydney.

Tenders, endorsed " Tender for Classroom, North Sydney Publie sohool," must bo lodged with the Under-Sccrctarv, Department of Public Instruction, nt or before 10 o'clock a.m., on WEDNES- DAY, thn jnth April, 1885.

The Minister doe» not bind himself to accept the lowest or any

Tender.

_W. J. TRICKETT.

Department of Mines. Svdnoy,

27lh Mnroh, 1BH5.

APPLICATION received In the Dopatmentof Mines

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JOSEPH P. ABBOTT.

Date of application, March 24.1885 ; name of applicant. R. J. Turton; desciintlon of land applied for, Permanent Common, county of. Wellington, parish of Wellington ; extent, 40a. ; pur pose for whloh land Is to bo used, to mine fur copper._ IMMIGRANTS        

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April 14, 1885.

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07, Cas tier eagh-street. T. B. TRESS I Hon.

G. A. EDWARDS ( Secretaries. Sydney, ltth April, 1885._

IN THE SUPBEME CODBT.

(No. 1139. 1885.1

Between DAKIEL JOH» TUOMY, Plaintiff, and THOMAS MOONBY-,

Defendant.

Upon hearing tho Solicitor for tho Plaintiff and upon reading the two several affidavits of the Plalntitf sworn and filed herein on the second and eighth days of April infant, respectively, it Is oi dorcd that service of a Copy of this Order and of a Copy of tho Writ of Summons in this action on the wlfu of the Détendant, and advertisement of thN order and of the said writ twice in the Synnr-y Morning Hciald and twice in the Dilly Telegraph, daily newspaper*, printed and published in Sydney, in the colony of New South Wales, shall bo deemed good service of the said

Writ on tho Defendant.

Dated this eighth day of April. 1885.

E. D. HOLROYD.

I*

THE SUPBEME COUBT.

(1885. No. 1119.)

Between DANIKL Joan TDOMY, Plalntitf, and THOUAI MOONEY.

Defendant.

VicioaiA, by tho Grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great

Britain and Ireland, Quern, Defender of tho Faith.

To THOMAS MOONLY.late of the New Supremo Court Hotel,

Williain-»trcct, Melbourne, Licensed Victualler.

We command \ ou that within eight days after tho scrv Ice of this V» rlt on yon, Inclusive of the day of such service, you cause an appearance tobe cntcicdfoi vou in an action at the suit of DANIEL JOHN TUOM\, of Lonsdalc-*troet West, Melbourne. Merchant. And take notice that in default of your so doing tho plalntitf may proceed therein, and judgment majLbu givon lu your

ubeencc. ^

Witness-RouanT MOLISWOBTII, Esquire, Senior Puisne Judge, at Melbourne, tho thirteenth day oi March, in ihc year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighty-five.

N.B.-This W rlt is to be serve! within twelve calendar months from tho date thereof, oi, if icncwed, vvlthU six calendar months from the «ate of the last reno« al, including the daj ot such dato,

and not aitcrwards.

Appearance Is to be cnteicd at the Prothonotary'a Office in tho Law Courts, Melbourne.

STATEMEN I' OF CLAIM.

The plaintiff's claim ¡B for goods bara-ulncd and sold and for monej due under an assignment of a debt due by the defendant to Messrs. P. G. Dixon and Company, oordial manufacturéis, for poods sold and delivered, which said debt was duly assigned to

tho plaintiff.

PARTICULARS. 1884.

Sept. 27.-To amount of accounts rendered to you for

§oods bargained and sold bj plaintlif to

étendant (full particular» exceed three

folios in length) .£65 l8 6 July IT.-By oash on account."20 0 " Sept. 25,-By cash on account. 10 0 Oct. 20 -By cash on nceount .. . 7 0

Nov. 11,-By returns from April 17th to date 3 13 6

40 13

Balance due.25 5 0 lo amount due foi goods sold omi delivered by P. G.

Dixon and Company to defendant, particulars of which bave been delivered to you, and which said account was duly assigned to plaintiff by the said P.

G. Dixon and Company for valuable consideration 6 8 '

"31 l8 i

Dated til» thirtieth day of March, 1685.

THOMAR OTHER WINDSOR,

Plaintiff's Attorney.

39, Quccn-strcet, Melbourne.

Place of trial, Melbourne.

And the sum of l'lv e Pounds (or tuch other sum as mav bo allowed on taxation) for costs. If the amount claimed is paid to the plaintiff, or his soliritor or agent, within four day» from tho service hereof further proceedings will be stayed.

This writ was Usucd by 1 horns* Other Windtor, of Thirty- nine, Quecn-Btrect, Melbourne, In the colony of Victoria, whose address for service is Thirty-nine. Queen-street, Melbourne, aforesaid, solicitor for the said plaintiff, who carries on business at Lonsdale-ttrect West, Melbourne, aforesaid.

WOOLCOTT and WINDSOR.

89, Qucen-strcet, Melbourno,

Solicitors.

IN THE SUPBEME COUBT OF NEW SOUTH

WALES.

IN INSOLVENCY,

NOTICE TO CREDITORS.

ACCOUNTS with Plan« of Distribution in the undermentioned Estates, showing dividends as specified, arc now filed in the Office of Insolvency, Phlllip-ilreo', Si dnc), for Inspection of all persons interested, aud notlco is hereby given that such Accounts and Plans will be submitted to the Court for confirmation on THURS- DAY, the 10th April next, if not previously objected to :

AH KUM, trading as Moy Moon and Co . of Little Fsscx-streot, Cabinotmakcr (No. 19,025), a first plan dividend of 5s 7¿d per _ on proved concurrent debts.

WILLIAM SPItlNGTIIORPE DOWEL, of Tamworth, Con- tractor (No. 18.801), ii first plan dividend of 10s ll|d per " on one proved prcfci rent debt only.

THOMAS DICK90N, of l.nmoie-road, Enmore, Draper (No. (18,071), a firt.t plan dividend of Is lljrt per " on proved concur-

rent debts.

JOHN EMERSON, of Klng-stroot, Fish Salesman (No. 18,712), an amended first plan div idend of 0s 2d per " on proved préfèrent

ileht« onlv.

Also, an acoount current only in the catato of WILLIAM JACKSON, of Sydney (No. 18,834), showing balauco at dobit of

estate.

FRANCIS MACNAB,

Olilciol Assignee,

G1, Cuntleicagh-strect.

Sydnoy. 80th March, 1885._ IN THE SUPBEME COUBT OF NEW SOUTH

WALES.

ECOI KfclASTlCAL JUIUSDICTIO!*.

In the Goods, Chattels. Credits, and Hfleels of HENRY JOSEPn

DILLON, late of 02, Heniy-streot, in the tity of Dublin, in Ireland, Draper, decca«»!, intestate.

ALL CREDITORS or other nelsons having claims in the Estate of the above-named deceased aro icquestcd to tend in particulars thoioof to JAMES DUFF MILNE, Aecountant, Walthani-build ings, llond-htreet, Svdney, the Administrator of the Estutc of tho said HENRY JOSEPH DILLON, deceased, on or before the thir- tieth day of April now ne\t. after whieh date tbe «nid James Duff Milne, as such adimnUtiatoi as aforcHild, will proceed, in pur- suance of the Trust Propel I) Aot of I8G2, to distribute the assets of the «aid deccuscd among tho person» entitled thereto, having reg.rd unlv to thom claims of which the said James Duff Milne

shall then have hod notico.

Dated at Svdnev this twentieth day of Match, A.n. 1835.

WANT, JOHNSON, and CO. (Agents for Want and Harston,

Solicitors, 34, ClomenU-lunc, London, E C), Proctors for _the said Administrator. 60, f itt-st. Sydney._ NOTICE is hereby given that by ludcntur« dated the

second dar of April. 1885, and mude between JOHN LUCAS, of Cobar, Storekeeper und Baker, of the Hist part, and JAMES WATSON, of Sviiney, Merchant, and THOMAS ARJHUR STRICKLAND, of bydney, Waiehouseiiian, thereinafter desig- nated 'Irii'-tcos, of the second part, and the several pcisons and bodies coiporaio, whose names ate nuntlonod in the first sohcdulo at the foot thereof, creditors of the said John Lucas, and who by tlieintelves or their icspcctl>c attorneys or agents thereunto subscribed their names and affixed tholr seals, and all other the orcdltors of the assignors, of thethiid part: All the real and personal property of the said John Lucas, whatsoever and where- soever, wus assigned unto the said trustees for the benefit oVall the said oi editors : and further, that tho said Indenture bus l#<>n duly executed by the said John Lucas, James Watson, and Thomas Arthur Strickland, as by law required, and now lies at the office of Monsieur» HOLDSWORTH and EVANS, 75, Pitt-itreet, Sydney, for inspection and execution.

Dated this teoond day of April, 1885,

JOHN LUCAS.

JAMES WATSON.

THOMAS A. 31'RICKLAND.

Witness io the signatures of John Lucas and James Watson,

J. HAWXINK BvicitAnr. J.P.

Witness to the Bignatute of Thomas A. Strickland,-E. T. Wll-tJCH, J.P._ ASSIGNED ESTATE OF JOHN GBAHAM

BISSLAND, Penrith, Stoi deeper.

It is requested Statements of all CLAIMS agaiust this Estate be

forwarded to us at once.

MELORUM and MELDRUM,

Accountants and Trade Asilgoecij 87, York-street,

Oth April, 1888._ N THE ASSIGNED ESTATE OF WILLIAM

MILLAR, Narrandera, Storekeeper.

It is requested Statements ot all CLAIMS againit this Ettato be

forwarded to us on or before 20th instant.

MELDRUM and MELDRUM,

Accountant» and Trade Assignee. . 87, York-ktroet,

9th April. 1885. _, PECIAL Kxpros» Steamers direct for Bosehill Bace oourte, Batorday. from Klnait.. halt-hourly ; li 64 tatura.

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NV Person holdingf Claims on tho Estate «t «,."7? . - WH «HLLIPS.latoof Taralga,£ s7w aT JJ? k*» to ,çnd in the same on or before Mondiy next, April niïVm (or they will not bo rccogul.ed), to ' pm 30lh Ttat

GKOBGE MUNN,

_._ l63, Qnecn-strcct. WnnllnV..

AYWBLL'S l'UBÂC^COMPÏS.rSfiï «^gL^T *'" b° CL0SKD from «- »»«o

JOHN L. SALIER,

^YTFÑ^v-(Tfrj-MTsTT^.

Mr. BENJAMIN SHORT having kindly consented to «li tv

vacancy of Hon. Trcnsuror during the absence of J R i?"il thi Esq., from the colony, tho committee request that nil con,T0' Mon» for the Society be forwarded to Mr. B. Short SvdnT 2 J1" Ucorgo-atreot, ' ' >ArcT> _(Signed),_ A. BURDETT, lion »"

KOYAL EXllIBlTTÜN ireWL7-^rnTr-ïïf-_|^

shire und Castlereagh streets, near Redfern

Raliway Terminus.

W. n. NEGUS, late general manager of Nos. 1 and " tv*_ Palaces, and Junco Rcfreahmcnt Rooms, wishes to inform II

friends and tho publlo that he has taken possession ol tim 3T. favourite hotel, and trusts by giving it his person" Z and kcoping the boat Llquois, to ;merit a full sh»"!i patronage._ " m TNT 0 f I-i_-~R X- I beg to notify that Mr, A. MITCHELL lins ceased tot

manager of the City Caí rying Company. Limited.

By order of the L'oaul.

April 10,1885. Hf.NltY R.JOO0S, Sccrctaty,

MR. G. LAMM'O'ULIA, "Watchmaker and'JowolleTnf

240. Pltt-strcct, will leave Sydney, SATURDAY lSih Instant, any CLAIMS against Min must bo tendered beforetbit

NOTICE.-During my ubsenco in Europe nnd elsowhT

I have appointed ÜE1URD PHILLIPS, of Pitt and Ilunw stroots, Sydney, to be my ATTORNEY, with full powers _

manage my properties and affairs.

- . . -'OIIN COOPER

Sydney, AprilJ0,J885^_"'

TVTOTICE TO HORSE DEALERS AND OTHERS --T1 This Is to elvo uotloe to the above not to deal with a Che* nut Draught MARE, bald face, hind points white, branded T_ conjoined on near ahouldor, tho same being my property ¡countT papera picase copy. '

_Signed,_JANE EATIL.

IF Mr. Cooper, who left skins to bo tannorTäbönriaTt

Novomber, does not call fur ttiem within seven days fromthli date, they will be SOLD to defray expenses. JAMES j. REA1.1A Tanner, Glcnmoro-iond, Ruahcuttci'w Hay. ' ' SPECIAL Expresa STenmerslliroc^öFltoflGliill R¿¿¡T.

courue. Saturday, from Kinir-at., half-hourly ; Is 6J return.

B

ANK OE NEW SOUTH. WALES":

A BRANCH of this Bank is now open at COWRA,(nth. oolony, for the transaction of all usual banking business.

SHEPHERD SMITH,

General Manager. '

B

ANK OF NEW _OUTH WALES

A BRANCH of this Bank is now open at RYDE, Parramatta River, for the conduot of nil UBual Banking busincs«.

SHEPHERD SMITH,

General Manacor.

Sydney. 18th March, 1365.____'

T OHNSTONËl O'SHANNESSY, and CUT, W ARTISTS and PHOTOGRAPHERS.

250 and 252, George-street (ovor Peate and Harcour'.'s).

They possess all the negatives taken by the late T. It. Boyd while in business in .-ydney, impi escions from which, enlarge ments, "c. ran always be procuicd at the aboye mliircs».

AS COOKING.-Seo Rnieigh'a " Paragon " roosting)

baking, toasting, grilling. To-day. 253, Elizabeth-street,

OST "Direct' WHY "(O' ROSEHILL.-King-rtael

STEAM ERS oud Ti ams half-hourly. Is Od return,

Musical Instruments.

G M'

r IPP'S CELEBRATED PIANOFORTES,

BRADLEY, NEWTON, and LAMB

desire to call nttention to their

LARGE STOCK.

of

B. LIPP and SON'S celebrated PIANOFORTES

direct from the makers, comprising

TALL GRANDS, LITTLE UPRIGHT GRAN'DS, BALOOK .

GRANDS, VERY HANDSOME,

mid of the

HIGHEST CLASS FINISH, '

in

WALNUT and BLACK and GOLD.

WE HAVE NOW 1 HE LARGEST STOCK

IN AUSTRALIA

of

LIPP'S PIANOS

to

SELECT FROM. ' WE INVITE INSPECTION.

FOR riUVATE SALE

nt

EXTREMELY LOW PRICES.

BRADLEY, NEWTON, and LAMB,

Pianoforte Importers,

O'CONNELL and SPRING STREET».

EXCELLENT WALNUT FlANOFûRTE,niw,pri"

£30, very low. Bradley, Newton, end Lamb, Springst.

PIANOFORTES bv STE1NWAY and CO., of NEW

YORK.-BRADLEY. NEW'l ON, and LAMB, Sprint and O'connell street», invite the public te inspect these wor'.i' renowned PIANOS; pricco very low.

w

NEW PIANOFORTE (iron frame), in handsoraow»N

nut case, overstrung, sweet clear treble, rich sonoro«, ban; price £10. Very cheap.

_BRADLEY. NEWTON, end LAMB.

ILLIAM BROCE,

197, PITT-STREET, Sydney.

PIANOFORTES. By every maker of repute.

STEIN WAY. BLUTHNER, RO.NISCI1,

&C.

Tbe''WF.llAGE," approved by Liszt, made to special order.

Cottage IModul nt 33 guineas, perfect in design and workmanship, and f_

iron-framod.

ORGANS. Sole agent for the " SMITH." MUSIC. Latest by every mail.

Time payment arranged tor any priced instrument.

Liberal discount for cash.

WILLIAM BRUCE (late Crampton and Bruce),

107, PITT-STREET. SYDNEY.

w.

B. PALING and co., LIMIXBP.

W. H. PALING and CO-, Limited,

havo

a

large

Stook of High-class Instrument»

on viow

by all the Best Maker»,

and

nt very

Moderate Prices.

W. H. PALING and CO., Limited,

350, George-stroot,

'Svdnoy,

Opposite Bank of New Bouth Walea.

B1

HAPSBURG PIANOS.-Solo importer», Beale ana _Company, 612, Georgc-6treet._ SELECT YOUR PIANO at A. und C. HUENJ-K' _BEIN'S. 318. George-street._ PIANO.-Warned to Purchase good second-bund Lipp _and Son; cash. 187. Castlereagh'tti cut._ RÍLLIANT-TONED Cli-Kuiuca PIANO, late* climatic improvements, quite now ; reasonable offer aecepte 1, Cary-street, Loiohhardt. ^_^__.

FOR~S"XLE,-wön_t caso iron-bound PIANO, cheap.

_J. Petersen, Balmain Furnishing Arcade, DarUug-btreot. __ PIPE "ORGAN FOR SALE.

Great bargain. Terms it required. TO CLERGY'X1 l'.N AND OTHERS.

Suitabln for a Church, _c ; h.ind30ino ilccoiated front, ncti «peaking pipes, stops, and pedals to key», &c. Cost £17U. »au; by Jackson. In perfeot order, prioe only £70, a gilt ; owner mo« sell, on account of the room being required for other purpoi-. delivered, tuned. &o._ ApplySO, Botany-sttcet^Surry nt]____.

ROADREEDlíiibinet ORGAN,"for SALE. Apply

25, Darungtun-rond, l)arlington.__

LEGAN'FWnluut PIANO7~£20, cost £50, grenfest _ bargain in Sydney. 52. Fltzroy-ttrcet.SurryJIIilhi._. J^OR SALli, PIANO, maker Tolkein, Loudou. SpragSi

J |Oxf ord-street._ PIANO.-FöTSÄLE," magnificent upright Grand Cottftgo

PUNO, Italian wnlnutwood, celcbruted German mater, LIPP syotem, double obllquo, overstrung on full '«?SEITe'r,°; frame, trichord throughout. RONISCH patent notIon, wita Lipp's celeste pednl, for singing purpD-es ; recently i Mt'» guineas, quite new. only a few months in use. ivory kçyboaro, 7 ootaves, thoroughly bolted to withstand extremo climoie», Insect-proof. wiro Tiaok : price £18, bargain, owner having jT further use for it ; also MuBic-stool, Insulators, -lnc-iinc

Case belonging, for paoking.

_Apply 20, Uotany-strcet, Surry Hills.__ IGULAND BAGPIPES.-Wanted, it BDCond-h»-4 REEL SET. Address, J. M._M'CIunie, 0C2, George-ut. SPECIAL Express Steamors direct"for Rosehill K»M'

course Saturday, from Klng-st., half-hourly; Is M return. L"Ó'CKED~UP~from SALE FOR YEARS, but at Ia«

OPENED UP to the Publio for SETTLEMENT.

GRAFTON ESTATE. WOOLLAHRA.

SALE NEXT SATURDAY.^ ^^ ^ ""-^

_ Stock and Stations. ___ FOR Private SALE, 800 »uperior Storo BULLOCKS,

ages oughts to nines, closo to Glen Innes, half I«, »w

»h.rp,anddirect«o josiiijAnuGHE;<5tockASi^ TjlOUR THOUSAND FIVE hUNDRKD MÂÎBKSS

Approaching Gunnedah. Well bred, not oulla, coming « uA .

tooth.

F. BACON and CO., ' Sheep and Cattle Salesmen,

_ Gunnedah._-BES OR SALE, about 20 head good, hoalthy St«1

CATTLE, «oma bullocks 4 years old. Apply

' JAS. WHEELER, __, .

_ Narraboen. nwrMgjIJL. -OSEEILL RACES, Saturday.-?HM«ne»¿2__k

.Iro» __«.»».fal» ».80a.m.naUia».m. uedwta* F

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