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"DOYAL STANDARD THEATRE. A* Lessee .Mr. Frank Smith.

Mnnnger for Mr. F. Smith. Mr. J. Grant.

Under the Management of Mr. DAMPIER.

8ATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, and EVERY EVENING,

First Production in Australia of a drama, in 5 acts, written by ' Alfred Dampier and C. H. Kriogor, founded upon the romantic

but perfiotlv truo story of the life of Margaret Catchpolo, as related by tho Rov. Richard Cobbold, Rector of Wortham, and

entitled AN ENGLISH LASS.

The management, in placing boforo the public a drama embody- ing, so far ns possible, the exti aordinary career of that romaik ablo woman, MARGARET CVTCIIPOLE, have been guided to a great extent by that lady's own woids contained In the last letter she wroto to her best friend, Mrs. Cobbold, wife of the Rev. Mr. Cobbold, of Ipswich, and dated Juno 25,1812 :-" Hundreds will speak of my namo when j ou and I shall be no more. Oh, that it oould be represented to the world In its proper light. Should you ever think, as > ou once hinted In your letter to mc, to write my history, or should leavo it to others to publish, you have my freo permi»-ion."

D1UMATIS PERSONS-ENGLAND.

Margaret Catchpolo (an English lass) ... Miss Lily Dampier

Cherry Cracknell .Miss Katherine Russell Jonathan Catchpolo (Margaret's father) Mr. Edmund Holloway John Barry .Mr. J. Thynno

Captain will Land (alias Hudson, a cap-

tain of smugglers) .Mr. Alfrod Boothraan John Luff (his mato) .Mr. W. E. Baker Joo Jubbins.Mr. Harry Lenton Nick Grundle ) . - T"._inn r...-» ( Mr. J. Cicsar Dick Malloy }(01 iPirlT11 Ga°" - j Mr. Rosier

Bob, tho Bosun .Mr. Dampier.

Preventive Mon. Gaolors, &c, &a.

DRAMATIS PERSONS-AUSTRALIA.

Margaret Catchpole (an assigned sen ant) Miss Lily Dampier Mrs. Palmer (Superintendent of tho first

Orphan Asylum established in Aus-

tralia) .Miss Julia Merton

Mrs. Joe Jubbius (formorly Cherry

Cracknell) .Miss Katherine Russell Bob, the Bosun .Mr. Dampier John Barry (a wealthy squatter). Mr. J. Thjnno

Joe Jubbins (an Emigrant) . Mr. Harry Lcston John Luff (a Bushranger) _ . Mr. W. E. Baker Tom Hall .Mr. Jamieson

Jim Mayor .Mr. A. Tasman

Billy (an Aboriginal) . Mr. Joe Mark

ACT 1.-Birthplace of Margaret Catchpole at Naeton, Suffolk.

A May Day Morning.

.ACT 2.-Temptation. The conflict butween Right and Wrong.

ACT 3.-Scene 1 : Ipswich Gaol, Under Bontcnce of Death. ßoeneü: A street in Ipswioh. The Escape. The Pursuit.

Scene S : The Ruins of Walton Castle.

Death of Laud.

ACT 4.-The Assigned Convict Servant.

ACT 5.-Lost in the Bush.

Heroism of Margaret.

li .. In tho days to como the namo of MARGARET CATCHPOLE 'Will live in this country's history, and Australia's sons and

daughters will bo proud of you, nnd say with mo, ' AU the wide world over thcro is nono so firm in her love, so brave, io true, as »h ENGLISH LASS."'

TnP. NEW BCENERY BY 77 . ALTA

MECHANICAL EFFECTS BY. BENNO.

Prices: Dress clrclo, Ss; stalls, 2s; pit, la. Box pinn at Nicholson's Music Warehouse. Day tickets at Colo's Book Arcade.

_FRED. GUNTHER, Business Manager.

A L H AM BRA MUSIC HALL. £«. Gcorgo-strect, Haymarket.

Proprietor and Manager, Mr. Frank Smith.

Business and Btnge Manager, Mr. Edwin Bhlpp.

EVERY EVENING,

Surprise, Astonishment, Succès«, ot

THE BEAUTIES IN THE AIR.

Messrs. COWAN and ROGERS, tho latest addition, nightly

received with uproars.

POPULAR PRICES.-Orohestra chairs 2s, stalls Is, balcony fid. i Grand Sacrod and Classical Concert every SUNDAY EVENING,

>t 7.30.

NOTICE.-Tho management announce tho first appearance in /his hall of Miss BEATRICE JAMES, Ballad Artiste, and Mr. ALF. JAMES, tho colobrated Eccentrio Irish Comedian, on MON- DAY NIGHT NEXT ; also the re-cngngement of our old favourite, Mr. W. A. ARROWSMITH, Comio Vocalist, who will moko bli appearance on this occasion._ ALHAMBRA MUSIC HALL, %-k. George-street, Haymarket.

Proprietor and Mnpager, Mr. Frank Smith.

Business and Stago Manager, Mr. Edwin Shipp.

TO-MORROW (Sunday) NIGHT,

A GRAND DRAWING-ROOM ENTERTAINMENT

(Sacred and Classical]

Will be given, under the conductorship of Mr. Chas. Austin, when

the following talented artistes w11 appear ;

v The Misses Schüler, Rose Fullln, Frauds, Beatrice James

(first appearance), and Riley,

Mossrs.Matlock, Ryan, Lawler,¡Barrington, and Duggan. Sittings as usual. Doors open at 7. commence at 7.30,

T> O T A N Y. " BOTANY.

SIB JOSEPH BANKS PAVILION and PLEASURE

GROUNDS.

TO-MORROW (Sunday) AFTERNOON.

.'A GRAND SACRED and CLASSICAL CONCERT will bo held, nnder the Conductorship of Mr. CHAS. AUSTIN, when the fol- lowing talented artists will appear:-The Misses Riley, Rose PuUin, Francis, Beatrico James (first appearance), nnd Schüler, Messrs. Matlock, Ryan, Lawler, Barrington, and Duggan.

Admission to the Grounds, Is.

Starts punctually at 3.30, and terminates at 5 o'clock.

^_FRANK SMITH.

COTTIER'S Minstrols, To-night, Protestant Hall,

Castlorcagh-tt. Admission-Chairs, Is; Balcony, fid; opon 7. ÖTTIER' S Minstrols.--Two hours' fun by tho premiers _of minstrelsy ; 25 [ady and gentlemen entertainers._ OTTIER'á Minstrels.-Entire chango programme,

To-night. New brilliant first part. Protestant Hall.

COTTIER'S Minstrels, Minstrelsy, oleo, force, origina-

lity, versatility, refinement To-night^Balcony 6d, chairs, Is. COTTIER'S Minstrols.-Tho most popular house in

Syncy for pleasurable pastimo ; come early for scats ; open 7.

COTTIER'S Minstrels.-Tho~ public amnzod at the

brilliancy of thoso popular entertainments j cheap prices.

^OTT!ETr'^MlnItröls7'ro-niBhTrProtestttnrHall,Cas \*J tlercngh-strect; doors open 7, ovorturo 8, conclude IO.

COTTIER'S Minstrels,-Tho pooplo's favourites To-

night, Protestant Hall, Castlcreagh-st. ; balcony 6d,^hairs Is. - OWN ÏTALL, PARRAMATTA. T

THE EMIGRANTS,

I. Churchill Fisher's Australian Cantata,

words by E. Australio Heron,

will bo produced

on

TUESDAY EVENING, 22nd instant.

.uBdor tho Conductorship of the COMPOSER.

Tickets, 2s, 3s, and 4s, at rating's and Bruce and Massey's._ *A SCOT C H OONÓlÉT,

rt. (Vocal and Instrumental).

SCHOOL OF ARTS, ASHFIELD,

on FRIDAY EVENING, 25th February, 1887. Chairman.Hon. JAS. INGLIS,

Minister for Public Instruction.

Tho following talented nrtistes hnvo kindly consented to take Îart, viz. :-Miss M'Lukie, Mrs. Innes, Miss Thompson, Mr. Mayson, Mr. Edward, nnd others.

SCOTCH DANCES,

to tho music of the bagpipes, by tho M'Rno Family, in

Highland costume.

Musical Director . air. J. Finlayson.

Front Seats.., ... Two Shillings. Back Seats. One Shilling.

Doors open at 7 ; conçoit at 8 o'clock.

Proceeds to ho devoted to ropairs to St. David's Church, Ashfield. M~A N L T AQUA IT-1 TJ M,

CORSO, MANLY,

Open daily (Sunday included), 11 u.m. to 5 p.m.. and 7 p.m. to 10

p.m. Admission, Is; children, Od.

' Adults' return ticket for steamer and entianeo to Aquarium,

Two Shillings.

Magnificent Seal Cavern and Pond, Beautiful Fish Tonka,

Lovely Ferneries, Illuminated at night hy

Electric Light.

' Excellent Music. Flist-class Refreshments.

Reals and Fish fed dally at 3 p.m. and 9 p.m.

Splendid CONCERTS, &c, every WEDNESDAY EVENING.

SPECIAL SUNDAY BOAT at 7 p.m., back at 0 p.m.

Benson tickets and further information from

^_C. LEPLASTRIER, Secretary.

STRASBURG CLO'OK.

¡3 APOLLO HALL,

Kidman's-buildlngs, Markct-ntroot.

Open daily, from 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p.m.

TWELFTH WEEK.

PROCESSION of the APOSTLES every 15 MINUTES.

Special arrangements for schools at reduced rates.

MATINEE SU'UROAY AFTERNOON for CHILDREN.

FAMILY TIC KUI S, SIX tor 1-OUR SHILLINGS.

Admission, Is; children, 6d.

C. £AMESONt Fronrietor. WM. GIFFETT, Agent.

"~X"T R A'O R D I N A R"Y S Ü"00 ESS!

E

GREAT CLEARING-OUT SALE

of

6HEET MUSIC,

at

ONE-THIRD

the

PUBLISHED PRICE.

G

POST FREE.

V MOSS and CO., Snow ROOMS, 5. Hunter-street.

-BEAT CLEARING-OUT SALE

of

ENGLISH AND ITALIAN OPERAS.

Also,

mnnRF.Y'S. CHAPPELL'S, and SIIEARD'S CHEAP WORKS. BUUBi.» d, UNDER THE

LONDON PUBLISHED PRICE.

L MOSS and CO., SHOWROOMS, 5, Hunter-street._

ppÖ^'OC'fÜSsnbCTMMERCIALS, and OTHERS.

Mo«*T HAWKES and CO. are prepared to supply nil sorts of triitipr.ES (for Hire, by tho day, month, or year), with good ¿TintiFS and steady DRIVERS, at fair rates of charges ; and Sn^S ,lind to tende? for any kind of a turnout required.

^.^rÄiNG and PICNIC PARTIES contracted tor at moderate WEDDING »na ¿u-ni COMMERCIALS, .barges. S^^erY DEPARTMENT best in City.

norses broken to single and double harness.

Worses and Buggies always on hand for private Sale,

and uU kinds of Turnouts sold on Commission.

Tattorsall's Bazaar, Hunter and Castlereagh strccts._ T' TTSlHATEUR VIOLINISTS.-Ladies nnd Gentle

0 "" N L\FEUILLADE wishes to DISPOSE of several

nien'íTrfvrVvs¡ mido by the late John Devereux, of Vic First-class VlOJ'^^'Somii VIOLA, ty the same maker. Thoso toria. Also, » JWJ^^ÎîSnV."d tested at Strathmore, 143, choice Instruments¡mayo° »«£ 10 nndl2 O,clock dBuy, tor one

Ph! "rAilfFebiuary,.prior to N. La Fouillado'» departure for

week f ' oin lOtlii emu Ji j nrt¡stG """ DeVereux's in

BtramcUnts"'and So above collection, six in number, are warranted

Kßnui"!fsrrcTTrS for Ladies nnd Children. ClnsB on ¿2.TMNAS nC& îoi? >^b M1 FOSTEb, from Ladies' i^FRpAY,4p.m., conducted oy. n fl ^ f

Gymnasium, Mdbouine (ment> ^^ Liverpool-street. cntriinco^IntciviewBi^ *Wf~TÏÏrWÎÏSHÎP.

mO-DAY, SANS Je^«TDSSONn¿d.WRENCH._

.i-7Ciri5êïïv"W"ÏÏIGHfS"LAND SALE, next Saturday.

¿J^ST1,E^OT8 DAT. Saturday. Februar» 1»

T

HEATRE rotal.

Under the Management of

Messrs. WILLIAMSON, GARNER, and MUSGROVE.

Lessee, Mr. Sam. Lnzur. Treasurer, Mr. G. L. Goodman.

Stage Munager, Mr. W. H. Seagravc.

Doors open 7.30. Overture at 8. Carriages 10.40.

THIRD WEEK

of tho

CARRIE SWAIN SEASON.

THE PRESS AND PUBLIC UNANIMOUS

in accoiding a verdict of

UNQUALIFIED SUCCESS,

To tho wonderful peiformance of Miss

CARRIE SWAIN 1 / THE TOMBOY CARRIE SWAIN TUB TOMBOY CARRIE SWAIN I . J THE TOMBOY CARRIE SWAIN ? m S THE TOMBOY CARRIE SWAIN / THE TOMBOY CARRIE SWAIN > \ THE TOMBOY.

THEATRE CROWDED NIOIITLY

with

ENTHUSIASTIC AUDIENCES,

Who, by the'.r SHOUTS of DELIGHT,

ROARS of LAUGHTER, and

THUNDERS of APPLAUSE, Testify their thorough enjovment of this

PHENOMENAL PERFORMANCE.

THIS (SATURDAY) EVENING, FEBRUARY 19,

THE TOMBOY THE TOMBOY THE TOMBOY THE TOMBOY,

CARRIE (The Tomboy).CARRIE SWAIN,

with

NEW SONGS,

NEW DANCES.,

NEW SPECIALTIES.

Other characters by Messrs. Greville JoneB, Phillips, Watson,

Bellgrave, Burford, Dark, Kelson, Mesdames Gordon, Mortyne, Powys, Drury, and Watt-Tanner.

During the action of the play Miss SWAIN -will introduce,

FOR THE FIRST TIME IN AUSTRALIA,

WHEN TOT. LEAVES BEGIN TO TUEN CARRIE THE TOMBOY TYROLEAN MAID

AN AMERICAN MEDLEY,

and by special request, the popular song and dance, entitled,

" Wo aro going to bo Mnrrlcd Next Sunday." NEW SCENERY by JOHN HENNINGS.

PRICES AS USUAL. Box Plan open at Theatre d'atlv from 10 tul 5. Tickets for nil parts at Eastwav's Hotel.

Manager (fo- Miss Swain), Mr.'FRANK GARDNER.

T

HEATRE ROYAL.

PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT.

SIMONSEN'S

HEW HOY'AL ITALIAN OPERA COMPANY

will open on

SATURDAY, ith MAROn,

in Verdi's Grand Traglo Opera,

IL TROVATORE.

All further particulars will be duly announced.

For Subscription and Box Plan apply at Messrs. Paling and Co.'s, George-street._

E

XHIBITION BUILDING,

FRINCE ALFRED PARK.

NEW JAPANESE VILLAGE,

commencing

TO-DAY, TO-DAY, at 2 p.m. NEW JAPANESE VILLAGE,

TO-DAY, SATURDAY, February 19, at J p.m.

NEW JAPANESE VILLAGE.

A COLONY OF ART MISSIONARIES

and

THEATRICAL INCONGRUITIES.

FIVE GREAT COMBINATIONS DX ONE,

The Mikado's own Troupe

The Imperial Dragon Troupe

and

Tho OLD JAPANESE VILLAGE COMPANY,

together with with

FRYER'S CIRCUS, EQUINE PARADOX,

and

MENAGERIE,

making

PTVE LEVIATHAN EXHIBITIONS IN ONEJ

introducing

The Greatest Bamboo Balancer in the World The Greatest Ropo Walkei in the World The Greatest Top Spinner in the World

Tho Greatest Foot Balancer in the World

The Greatest Japaneso Magician In tho World Tho Greatest Umbrella Balancer in the World The GrcatcEt Japanese Juggler in the World

The Only Female Sword Walker in the World

And the GREAT LITTLE ALL RIGHT.

Tho Directorate beg to announce that tho interior decorations of tho Tillage will be a revelation of Eastern Magnificence.

THE ARABIAN NIGHTS RE-D1VIVA.

00 Japanese artisans daily illustrate

THE ART INDUSTRIES OF JAPAN

In perfect Japanese houses, brought from Japan.

The Japanese Village Band of 40 performers.

Conductor, Signor GAGLIARDI.

ADMISSION TO THIS GIGANTIC ORGANISATION,

TWO SHILLINGS.

Open daily at 2 and 7 p.m.

Commencing TO-DAY, February 19.

PEMBERTON Wr. WILLARD, Solo Director.

S

CHOOL OF ARTS, BURWOOD"".

MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 21, 1887.

THE SYDNEY ARTISTES' FIRST SUBUBBAN

CONCERT.

PROGRAMME.

PART I.

Quartet-from " Martha" .Flotow

Miss SAVILLE, Miss COWLEY, Mr. ASTON, and

Mr. GAINOR.

Song-" Thou Art Weary".Sullivan

Miss COWLEY'.

RedtandArl^l^fcA80"}". " T"*

Mr. GAINOR,

Song-" Spanish Serenade" (new).M. De Never»

Mr. ASTON.

Solo (violin)-" ZIgeunerwclsen". Sarasate

1 Mr. ALLPRESS.

Meyerbeer

Duot-" II Pallor Funesta".Donizetti .

Miss SAVILLE and Mr. GAINOB.

INTERVAL OF TEN MINUTES.

PAKT H.

Sestet-(" Lucia di Lammormuir".Donizetti

v CONCERT COMPANY.

Song-" Ich Grolle Nicht".Schumann

Mr. GAINOR.

Duet (oanon)-" Friendship" .Marzlol» ,

Mr. ASTON and Mr. HALLEWELL.

Song-" Good-hyo" .TostI

Miss SAVILLE.

Solo (viollnl-" Scotoh Airs" . Bainton

1 Mr. ALLPRESS.

Song-" The Yeoman's Wedding".Ponlatowskl

Mr. HALLEWELL.

Song-" Tho Bay of Biscay" .Davy

* Mr. ASTON.

«' GOD SAVE THE QUEEN."

Doors open 7.30. Concert commence at 8 o'clock. Carriage» may bo ordered for 10.

Tickots and plan of hall (for reserved scats) at A. Huencrbeln and Corbett'» Music Warehouse, 4s ; Family Tickets (li) SX ; 2s,

and la.

SECOND CONCERT AT NORTH SHORE.

C. HUÈNERBEIN.

ST. MAGDALENE'S REFUGE"

Tempe, Cook's River.

COUNTRY FAIR j THE 1 COUNTRY FAIR COUNTRY FAIR j GRAND j COUNTRY FAIR

in the beautiful grounds of the ubove,

WILL POSITIVELY CLOSE THIS DAY.

The Gates will be open from 3 till 6, and 7 till 10.

Erauraco tho only Opportunity of securing

VALUABLE PRIZES, RICH and COSTLY GIFTS,

At the Bame time assisting the Good Sisters In

THEIR NOBLE WORK.

In addition to tho many attractions of the Fair Itself,

there will bo

A GRAND MISCELLANEOUS CONCERT,

By Misses Fitzsimons, Sinclair, Herbert,

Messrs. Barrett, Clancy, Hoyéis, O'HaUoran, Fred. Leston,

and others.

COOK'S RIVER 'BUSES every 20 minutes.

A FEW MINUTES^ALKJrmnjTBMPE STATION,

UUDER VICE-REGAL AND DISTINGUISHED

PATRONAGE.

A BENEFIT CONCERT,

by the LEADING ARTISTES ol Sydnoy,

will bo given on

MARCH 11

to the Infant Musiclnn,

ELSIE STANLEY HALL,

to assist in sending her to Europe.

Particulars in future advertisements._

S

HOULD YOU REQUIRE A GOOD AND . DLRABLE PIANOFORTE,

, bo sure vou call at

L. MOSS and CO.'S SHOWROOMS,

5, Hunter-street,

who are now disposing of their large Stock of flrst-olass

ENGLISH, FRENCH, and GERMAN FÍANOS,

Also AMERICAN ORGANS,

from

10 to 15 PER CENT. CASH DISCOUNT,

or con ho had bv

L. MOSS and CO.'S EASY EQUITABLE INSTALMENTS,

from

SEVEN SHILLINGS mid SIXPENCE PER WEEK SEVEN SHILLINGS and SIXPENCE PER WEEK SEVEN SHILLINGS and SIXPENCE PER WEEK.

N.-All Instruments Purohnscd at our Establishment are

Warranted NEW.

MILITARY BRASS and REED BAND INSTRUMENTS

at

10 to 15 ?KR CENT. CASH DISCOUNT.

_L. MO^Sjwl^.^SJäTKJW^JWM^^_ CALL und inspect our largo and well assorted stock.

Campbell Brothers, Royal Furnishing Aleude._ NEXT MONDAY.-Sliophord's Chippeodalo Estate, at

our Ruums. RICHARDSON and WRENCH.

W-DAY, SAN» bOUCI TOWNSHIP! iw */«. , Vr_ jjakat«. RICHARDSON and WRENCH,

RITERION THEATRE.

c __

Solo Lessee and Proprietor..Mr. John Solomon

Manager for Rignold and Allison.Mr. J. P. Macdonald.

8th WEEK 8th

of RIGNOLD and ALLISON'S

ENGLISH and COMIC OPERA COMPANY,

including MISS EMILIE MELVILLE. TO-NIGHT, SATURDAY, February 19. Under the Distinguished Patronago of his

EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR,

Tbo Right Honorable BARON CARRINGTON.

SECOND COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT,

tendered bv the Management to

MISS CÖLBOUUNE-BABER,

when, by special request, Wallace's ever favourite Opera.

MARITANA, MARITANA, will be given.

MISS COLBOURNE-BABER

as MARITANA. .

POSITIVELY LAST TIMK DURING THE SEASON

of

THIS FAVOURITE OPERA.

Musical Director.M. Leon Caron.

MONDAY NEXT, FEBRUARY 21,

will be produced the Grand Spectacular

COMIC OPERA,

THE ROYAL MIDDY THE ROYAL MIDDY,

by Richard Gence.

ttmit if (In llcr original )

«vi vii IV and «nrivallod } FANCHETTE, MLLMLLL^ rolulitlon of j

As played by her all over the world.

Admission: 5s, 3s, 2s, and Is. Doors open at 7 o'clock. Overture, 7.4P. Carriages 10.45. Box Office at Nicholson's Musio Ware- house. Tickets for stalls, gallery, &c, can bo obtained during tho day at Bar of Criterion Hotel, in Theatre (now open), wliero patrons and tho public can obtain tho very best of refreshments -the wines and spirits being selected with tho greatest care by

Mr. Solomon himself.

_J. S. SMITH. Manager for J. Solomon.

A I E T Y T H E A T R ~Ë.

Lesseo .Mr. John Solomon.

TO-NIGnT. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT,

SATURDAY. February 19th, 1887.

Positively the Last Night of the

Gi cat Sensational Drama, UNDER THE GASLIGHT UNDER THE GASLIGHT.

LAURA COURTLAND.Miss JULIA ESMOND

suppoited by the full strength of the

GAIETY DRAMATIC COMPANY.

Popular Trieos.-3s, 2b, Is, and Gd.

Box Plan at Nicholson's.

MONDAY, February 21st, 1887,

Dion Boucicaulf s Sporting Drama,

FORMOSA. FORMOSA.

JENNY BOKER (specially engaged) Miss MARIE WILTON. NELLY SANDERS .Miss JULIA ESMOND.

Characters by full strength of company.

_ JOE DAVIS, Business Manager.

G H

ORTIOULTURAL SOCIETY OF NEW SOUTH

WALES.

The

FRUIT EXHIBITION

will bo held in tho

TOWN HALL, 8YDNEY,

on

THURSDAY and FRIDAY,

i Sith and 25th February, 1887.

? CHOICE FRUITS,

Temperate and Sub-Tropical,

from the various fruit-growing district» of ' THIS COLONY and QUEENSLAND..

THE FEATURE OF THE EXHIBITION

will be

THE COLLECTION

of

BEAUTIFUL DAHLIAS

from the gardens of onr chief growers.

CHOICE FOLIAGE and FLOWERING PLANTS

wlU bo arranged about the hall.'

AN EXCELLENT STRING BAND ENGAGED.

OPEN DAY and EVENING,

_£. 1 to 6 o'clook, and half-past 7 till 10 p.m.

ADMISSION,

Opening Day, Afternoon, 2s Od ; Evening, Is.

Second Day, Is.

Ticket» may be had of the principal Muslo Sellers and Seed _Merchants._ ANCING, DANCING,

from from

PARIS. PARIS.

D

Mons. PAUL BIBRON, M.A.P.

de Paris,

now on a holiday tour, will return to Sydnoy on March let, and resume duties at his SCHOOLS, PRIVATE CLASSES, SOCIALS,

&o.

Amongst NEW DANCES to be introduced this season is the PA VANE, which has been the WALTZ in aristocratic ciroles of

LONDON Bnd PARIS this winter.

CALlSTnENIC EXERCISES nnd DEPORTMENT

being everywhere consideied of the gi cutest importance In YOUNG LADIES' education, Mons. BIBKON will this yoartn tioduco a course of MUSICAL CALISTHENICS and various other exercises, specially selected, and strictly on the elegant, polished, and graceful

ROMAN PLAN.

Schools and persons wishing to form Private Classes, and who, on account of Mons. BIBRON'S time being fully taken up last season, were unable to secure his services, are kindly requested to make early application.

REFERENCES TO 20 LEADING SCHOOLS.

Circulars and testimonials on application.

ADULTS' EVENING CLASSES

to be held at

DARLINGHURST, ASHFIED, &c, &0.

Particulars in future issue.

Address, until return.

Box 438, G. P. 0.,

_Sydnoy.

D

ANGING ACADEMY, NITHSDALE,

107, LIVERPOOL-STREET, HYDE PARK.

Conducted by tho Messrs. NEEDS.

Professor"W.II.NEEDS, M.S.P.D.,havingjustretumcdnfi»ra 12 months' tour round tho w orld, through America, England, and the Continent, will introduce during the coming season all tho LATEST and FASHIONABLE DANCES of Continental and English Society.

Fiefessor W. H. NEEDS is the only Teacher of Dancing lu the colonies holding a Ccrtidcale from the Society of Professors of

Dancing.

CLASSES for Beginners will bo resumed on THURSDAY, March 10, when the Messrs. Needs will receive pupils.

AFTERNOON CLASS at half-past 4 o'clook. EVENING CLASS at half-past 7 o'clock.

PRIVATE LESSONS (alone) at any time by arrangement.

' IMPROVED CALISTHENIC EXERCISES.

CIRCULARS ON APPLICATION._

li

ANCING AND . CALISTHENICS.

MISS WILSON

(formerly assistant to Piof. West),

Teacher of Fasliionablo Dancing, New Waltz, &a.

CLASS DAYS.

Foresters' Hall, 342, Castlorcagh-sti cot.-Monday and Thurs- day Afternoon and Evening.

PADDINGTON.-Evening Class at Charlton House Schools, ASHFIELD.-Ghisnovin, Allt-st.-Juvcnilo and Adult Classos. BALMAIN.-Afternoon and Evening ClasseB.

BURWOOD.-Hazletou School, Sarah-street-Afternoon and Evening Classes.

Privato Lossons daily by arrangement.

The classes will commence on the 1st March.

For terms apply 100, Phllllp-strcot._

D

NCI

MRS. FRED. WARSKITT

ÍDaughterof the late William King Professor of Dancing), V ALLDUM HOUSE, 359, PITl'-SrKEKT.

D D

Juvenile Clisses, Tuesday ondThuisday afternoons.

Adults-Monda^idJVojhTosdayJivonlngs.

ANClN G.-Tho Monday Evoning Assombly hold as

usual, Oddfellows' Hall, Elizabeth-street._ ANCINgT^LEIGH HOUSE ACADEMÏ,

Castlcrcagh-strcct.

Professor West will return to Sydney from visiting tte princi- pal capitals of Europe on Tuesday, February 22. Ho will intro- duce all the latest refined styles in modorn dancing, and the recently revived Mlnuot, Gavotte, &o., as danced by the élito of London and Paris. . . , . , ,

Principals of ¡.ohools aie invited to apply early. Academy classos lilli commence immediately.

Suite of Rooms now foi Hire on reduced teiras.

_A. CARTER, Manager.

ANCING-Glasnovin, Alt-st., Ashfiold.-Children's CÍ1I63 Sut. Morning, also Evening Classes. Mrs. Alphen.

ANCING.-Tho true art of Dancing is tho Poetry of Motion. Inferior toachei s and alterations make it labour. Join Prof THOMAS' Select Classes and get his little Treasure Glove Guide (postjiccjjdj- 12, Watkin-strect, Newtown. _._ áZiTEP UÁNCINU.-Ladies' or Oont.'s Jigs, Reels, Ö Flings, Iloinpipo, Clog, &c. 12, Watkin-strcct, Newtown,

DANCING, Manly Beach.-N. SARGANf willopena

Class for Beginners at Aquarium about MARCH 1st.

ANCING, Ashfiold.-N. SARGANT will opon a Class

for Beginnet s at the Schqol_of_Arts,_MARCH 18_th.

DaNCÍNG, Glebo.-N. SARGANT will open a Class

f0r Beginnois at Town Hall, Forest Lodge MARCH 15th.

YTkANClNG.-N. SARGANT (lato with Prof. West), AJ teacher of Fashionable Dancing, new Calisthenics, Deport- ment Sic, has'lormed a C!a«s for Beginners. Afternojus Moudav and Thursday, 4.30. Evenings-Monday and 'I hursday, at 8 New Oddfellows' Hall, Eliyabeth-street. near Livcrpool fctlcet. Early application from sohools kindly requested._

ANCING.-Mrs. H. J. PAGK has gi cat pleasure in | cordially Inviting all Pupils, past and present, to her I opening DANCE, to take pV.o at 8 on WEDNESDAY, 23id

instant? at the Glebe Town-hall, ForcatJLodgc._ j

DANCING.-R. COLLINS, Teacher of Dancing. As-

sembly, Sat. evenings. Academy, 197, Rcgcnt-st., Redfern. To-dày; sans souci township."

Fico Tickets. RICHARDSON and WRENCH.

CÜÜR complote SuitcBot 1) nrticioâ, iiícpIv upholstered,

"nie unsuipasscd. Campbell Bros., Royal Famishing Arcade. CANTERBURY PARK RACES,

THIS DAY, Saturday, February 19._ ORNSIIY HEIGHTSLAND SALE, next Saturday.

Plans and tickets. Goiraid and Hamilton. U2a. Eliü.-it.

H

Tü'EW OPERA HOUSE.

Under the Lossecship nnd-Management of MessrB. E. Majeroni

and W. J. Wilson.

TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT.

LAST NIGHT

of LAST NIGHT of Mr. H8T NIGHT Mr.

GEORGE LAST NIGHT GEORGE

DARRELL'S LAST NIGHT- DARRELI/3

LAST NIGHT

Great Sensntiinal Drama THE SUNNY SOUTH. THE SUNNY SOUTH. THE SUNNY SOUTH. THE SUNNY SOUTH. THE SUNNY SOUTH. ' THE SUNNY SOUTH.

THE SUNNY SOUTH. THE SUNNY SOUTH. THE SUNNY SOUTn. THE SUNNY SOUTH. THE SUNNY SOUTH. THE SUNNY SOUTH.

On MONDAY NIGHT

and

FOUR FOLLOWING NIGHTS,

Complimentary Benefit to

THE PADDINGTON BREWERY VOLUNTEER

FIRE BRIGADE,

?when will bo produced the favourlto drama

GREEN BUSHES.

Box Plan at Nicholson's. Dav tickots at Jack Thompson's. _HIDE AND SEEK.

N

EW OPERA HOUSE.

SUNDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 20. SACRED and CLASSICAL CONCERT,

under tho oonductoiship of MONS. DE WILLIMOFF.

PROGRAMME.

Overture-" La Dame Blandió " ..Orchestra

Scena-" Toreador's Song" (from"Carmcn") Mr. Fred. England

(Bv kind pcrmlbslon of Messra. Rignold and Allison!

Violin Solo-" Fantaslo Bnllianto " .Mons, do Willimott Ballad-"Waiting" .Miss M. Laurent

(String quartetto and flute obllgato, Mr. Fraser) Selection-" Tho Caravan " .Orchestra

Song (doublo-voicedl-"Hush-a-bye Baby" Mr. II. Carroll Recitation-From " Hamlet," Act 3, Scene 4 Mr. H. Teeco

(Dramatis Personas: Hamlet, Queen, Ghost, und Polonlus) Selection-"Welch Alis" .Oiohcstra

Cavatina-"Alos, Those Chimes" .Miss M. Laurent Ballad-" The Heart Bowed Down ".Mr. F. England Selection-" Tyrolean Echoes " .Orchestra

Song-"I'll Wait, My love".Mr. H. Carroll March-"Hoch Habsburg" .Orohcstra

Accompanist, Mías Caldwell; Conductor, Mons, do Willimott; Leader of Orchestra. Herr C. Di eager. Doors open at 7 ; com-

mencing at 7.30. Admission as usual.

Mnnager and Secretary . . BOSCO.

* SSOCIATION CRICKET GROUND.

ALL ENGLAND ELEVEN ALL ENGLAND ELEVEN ALL ENGLAND ELEVEN

versus versus

versus ' N. S. WALES N. S. WALES N. S. WALES.

THIS DAY (SATURDAY), and MONDAY, THIS DAY (SATURDAY), and MONDAY,

' Febiuary 19 and 21.

Under the Distinguished Patronage of His Excellency Lord CARRINGTON.

GATES open at 10.39 a.m. PLAY to commence at NOON. LUNCHEON at 1.3« p.m. GAME resumed at 2.15 p.m. PASS-CHECKS Issued between 1 and 2 o'olock ONLY.

ADMISSION to the Ground, Is ; Stand, 2s Cd extra,

Children, Half-price.

NO CHANGE GIVEN AT THE TURNSTILES, Members must produce their Tickets at the gates.

By order of tho Trustees.

6. H. FAIRLAND,

Becrotarv.

Office, 99, EHzaboth-street._;_ CARRINGTON ATHLETIC GROUND,

DowUng-street, Moore Park.

FIRST GRAND ELECTRIC LIGHT HANDICAP

of

150 SOVEREIGNS.

(Weather permitting.)

FINAL NIGHT,

TO-NIGHT, TO-NIGHT,

SATURDAY,

19th FEBRUARY, 1887. CHARLIE S VMUELS,

the Champion of the World,

competes ngain to-night.

The CREAM of tho HANDICAP compote TO-NIGHT.

MORE LAMPS. MORE LIGHT.

Tho PUBLIC mid PRESS

^cro unanimous in their expressions of approval at the

LIGHT LAST WEDNESDAY;

and tho ELECTRICIANS having placed

ADDITIONAL I AMl's across tho TRACK,

the COMPLTII'ORS

will havo thrown upon them a blaze of light

from start to finish.

Don't Forget

TO-NIGHT

li the LAST NIGHT of tho HANDICAP.

The Pablio are again cautii neil against speculating

with

UNREGISTERED MEN.

All

REGISTERED MEN

MUST WEAR

THE CARRINGTON GROUND

BADGES.

Gate i open 7 p.m.

' FIRST HEAT starts 8 p.m.

SPECIAL'' TRAMS. SPECIAL 'BUSES.

PRICE OF ADMISSION J

ONE SHILLING ONE SHILLING ONE SHILLING.

Grand S'and and Rcsorve,

TWO SHILLINGS AND SIXPENCE.

Programmes everywhere. SIXPENCE each.

_ C. J. PATISCN, Secretary ._

CARRINGTON ATHLETIC GROUND.

GRAND QUOIT MATCH,

for £20 aside and tbo

CHAMPIONSHIP OF NEW SOUTH WALES,

MONDAY NEXT,

Slst FEBRUARY, 1887,

between

GROGAN and UOMNSON.

Gates open 3 p.m.

Admission, ONE SHILLING.

C. J. PATISON, Secretary.

ooLPACic Athletic" grounds,

PARRAMATTA.

WEDNESDAY, 23rd Fobntary, 1887.

GREAT 60 YARDS HANDICAP.

1st Prize, £5 ; 2nd Prize, £2 ; 3rd Prize, fil.

Nomination, Is ; no acceptance.

Admission to the Grounds, One Shilling only.

First Heat to start at 2.45 p.m.

Entries close at 10 p.m. MONDAY next, Febiuary 21, at Wool- pack Hotel, Parramatta ; und Mr. Frank Smith's Burrangong Hotel, Haymarket, Sydney.

LOOK OUT

for the

ST PATRICK'S DAY i GREAT PROGRAMME

of

SPORTS. í _.

w R

YDE THIRD GRAND HANDICAP

of 40 SO VS.

At Hon. J. S. PARNELLS GROUND, RYDE,

MARCH 10th, 1887.

Distance, about 150 Yards.

ENTRANCE FEE, 2s 6d. ACCEPTANCE FEE, Ss Od.1

FLRSTPRIZE. 30 SOVS.; SECOND PRIZE, 5 SOYS.; THIRD

PRIZE, 3 SOVS. ; FOURTH PRIZE, 2 SOVS.

Also, RYDE AMATEUR HANDICAP,

FHIST PRIZE, TROPHY, consisting of Ice Jug and Tray, value

20 GUINEAS, presented by N. G. BULL, Esq.

Distance, 150 Yaids.

ENTRANCE FEE, 2s Gd. ACCEPTANCE FEE, 2s Od. .

Entiles close WEDNESDAY, March 8th. Handicaps published March 12th. Acceptances close Mai cb 16th. "",_

Application for nomination forms to bo made to CHAS. BISHOP, Steamboat Hotel, Ryde, and Mr. REDMAN, Burwood.

TC~T~0 RIA RACING C~L U B. V

CHAMPION MEETING,

1887.

HOLIDAY EXCURSION FARES.

This will be tho

MOST IMPORTANT MEETING

o\ er vol held on the

FLEMINGTON COURSE.

II. BYRON MOORE,

Soo. V. R. C.

G

IPSY FORTUNE TELLER, from Exhibition, &o, ' only Od. 300, Oxtoid-streut, Paddington, opp. lire brigade JENOLAN (lata Fish River) C WES.-Save money on

jour trips by booking .itjho Tomist's Buicau,0, Bridgo-st.

UBREY"DAVlS,~Dôîitist, Royiil "Arcndo.-Comploto Set Vulcnnitu, £j 5s; gold, £1515s, gua, jonbultntioiijrce. DEAR CHARLEY,-1'aKo ruo to thTFiromon'sBenefit

«t tho Opera Houso on MONDAY NIGHT.

A

0 A D E M Y OF MUSIC. Lcssco. .'" . F. E. Hiscocks. . Sub-Lcssco and Proprietor . Charles Hugo.

Manager for Mr. Hugo .Herbert Hoe. ,

HUGO'S BUFFALO MINSTRELS

. and - CIRCLE OF ACCOMPLISHED LADIES.

THE SWINGING BEAUTIES

. in an

ENTTP.E CHANGE OF PROGRAMME. ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME.

Read the Programme and Judge for Yourselves.

?4 End Men, PROGRAMME. 4 End Men.

BONES. INTERLOCUTRIX. . TAMBOS.

?Hosca Easton Miss Priscilla Verno Charles Hugo Sam Keenan Will nugo Introductory Overturn .Company

Comic Song, " The Gospol Raft ". Hosca Easton Ballad, " Hear Little Jessie " . Alf. Santley

Comic Refrain, " Tell all the Chil'n Good-bye"... Charles nugo Comio Sonn, "Johanna Louisa M'Guhe" ' ... Sam Keenan

Waltz Sorg, "Pretty Whlto Lilli s " ... Miss Jessie Cleveland

GUANO FINALE,

THE SALUTATION FAMILY . COMPANY.

Interval of 10 Minutes.

Selections bv our Orchestra, under Ibu direction of T. M. NASH HOSEA EASTON, tho Champion Banjoist of tho World, in his

Great Specialties.

Then comes Miss PRISCILLA VERNE, the favourito young

Socioty Artiste, in " Tho Kisses you Steal are tho Sweetest."

Douhlo Amorioan Prize Jig. by Miss AGNES HUGO and

PADDY MAHER.

CHARLES HUGO, in his Funny Parodies.

Ballad, .' Cariastma," Miss JESSIE CLEVELAND.

Eakton's Shrieking Sketch,

A MUSICIAN'S TROUBLES.

Master.noseaEaston Pupil.Sam. Keenan

Tho Wonderful Contortion Feats of Miss EVA GREGORY.

The Waltz Accompaninieut composed by Miss PRISCILLA ;;

VERNE.

Song and Banco Sketch, " Washing Day," by KEENAN and

MOYNHAM.

Ballad, " Tho Maid of the Mill," Miss LILY WARREN.

Hugo's Roof-lifting Farce, WANTED, A NURSE.

Dr. Blnrgwm, Will. Hugo; Fever Patieut, Paddy Maher; Gout Patient* Alf. Moynham ; Nurse, Chas. Hugo.

Box plan at Nicholson's. Day Tickets at Mrs. Harrison's [tobacconist^ near the Academy. Academy to Let Sunday even- ings. Apply F. E. Hiscocks._ ACADEMY OF MUSIC.

MONDAY WEEK, 28th FEBRUARY.

AN EVENT I

GRAND OPENING NIGHT

of

SIGNOR AGRATI'S

NEW EUROPEAN SPECIALTY COMPANY.

_Full particulars shortly._

^YDNÊ'Y" AMATEUR , SAILING CLUB.

MAYOR'S CUP; Second Pri¿o, Trophy presented by Messrs.

Macgregor, Harris, and Co.

Course.-Flying start at 2.45 p.m. sharp from an imaginary lino between starter's boat and Kirribilli Point beacon, round R.S.Y.S. buoy at Manly, round ¡-'hark Island, round flagboat oil Fort Macquarie, rouud Fort Denison, and back to llagbout. Asteroid, T. Marshall, Red St. Andrew's Cross, scratch.

Lotos, A. Brambach, Red, White, and Bluo Star on Black Ground,

I minuto.

J. S. Poyen, Jun., C. S. Jowett, American Y'acht Club Burgee, 3J

minutes.

ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO.'s RACE (Second).

Course.-From mom inga in Form Cove, round lightship and Sow and Pigs, round Shark Island (outsido both buoys), round flagboat off Fort Macquarie, round lightship and Sow and Pigs, round Shark Island (outside both buoys), and back to flagboat. To start at 3 p.m. sharp.

1. Pomona, J. R. Firth, Blue, with Gold Ball, 13 minute«. 2. Carlotta, A. Muston, A.S.N. dag, 7 minutes, 3. Plunot, T. Cuneo, Rid. 15 minutes.

4. Alleen, P. W. Creagh, Black, with Red Ball, scratch.

5. Dreamland, E. M. Dietrich, P. and O. Co.'s fla¡r,¡,6¿ minâtes. 6. Rosetta, E. G. Clarke, Dark Uluo, 7 minutes.

COMMODORE DIETRICH'S PRIZE.

To start at 3.15. Couisc : From moorings, round Shark Island (outside both buoys!, round Fort Denison, round Shark Island (outside both buoy-), and back to Haghoat.

1. Sophia, C. G. Cameron, A.S.N. Co.'s flag.

2. Gortio, J. W. Bannister, Blue and White Diagonal. 3. Victor, J. Howard.

A. L. MULLENS ( Hon. _IL_ CARPENTER I Sees.

COMPLIMENTARY PICNIC TO E. JOHNSON,

Esq.,

Undor-Sccrctary Department of Public Instruction,

TICKETS moy bo obtained at any of the Schools, and from tho leading Booksellers. W. BEAVIS. i Joint

_ _J. DE TTMANN, j lion. Sees.

CJURRY HILLS WESLEYAN JUVENILE k3 SOCIETY.-EXCURSION. THIS AFTERNOON, to CRE- MORNE and MIDDLE 11ARHOUR. Steamer will leave Floating Jetty at 2 o'clock. Tickets, One shilling._

A W K K S JJ U~R~Y RIVER".

The SCENERY of this beautiful River is now at its BEST.

An OVERLAND Excumlon STARTS every FRIDAY, at 2.15 p.m.. and proceeds via Manly, Newport (where Friday night Is passed), and Windsor, reaching SYDNEY again on SATURDAY at 9 p.m.

Another Excursion starts o\cry WEDNESDAY by sea. Book and obtain lurther particulais at

THE TOURIST BUREAU,

_6, BRIDGE-bTREET (2 doors from George-street).

OYDNEY DRIVING PARK CLUB'S ¡C7 13th

TROTTING TROTTING

and

GALLOPING GALLOPING

RACE

MEETING MEETING

on tho

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S GROUND,

MOORE PARK.

BATURDAY NEXT, 20th FEBRUARY,

ADMISSION-ONE SHILLING,

n. SKINNER, Seey.

^^__50, Hunter-Bt.

-jl/J- ANLY .AQUARIUM.

After visiting the Aquarium, call at tho Clarendon Hotel (facing thcocau). All's. Kllniintter will have a llrst-olnss dinner ready In the large dining-hall. Private tab'.os if necessary, Only the beat winci, &a.. k.-pt In stock. Bost billiard table In Manly.

r OOK OUT FOR AUSTRALIAN ANTHOLOGIES.

'mO LET, THEATRE OF VARIETIES, King-street,

fl. Newtown, for Sunday evening*, to Clergymen, Scicntifio Lecturers, and othors. This theatio is now availablo for letting. For teims, &c, apply J. Sutheiland, lcrsoo._

mflE-"NEW" MASONIC HALL liävinfT'beon tho i roughly painted and ro-decorated, is now open for ENGAGE- MENTS for'Concorts, Balls, and Theatrical cntcitainmcnts. 'This Hall is the largest, best ventilated, and coolart hall in Sydnoy.

For terms, apply to Hon. Sccfelary._

ÂSOMIC HALL, York-street.-To LET for con- certs, public meetings, lectures, &o. For terms, npply to Secretary, 201. Clarence-trcot. _ mATTEHSALL'b HALL, Hunter-street, to LET for X meetings, socials, ai.d banquots ; 4u0 spats ; piano free.

CCHOWDER-BAY GROUNDS can bo cmrnged for

J School mid Society PICNICS. Them uio 50 or 60 acres of well-timbered grounds, 0 acios of which Ina splendid lawn.

'The Port Jackson Pavilion is tho largest n^d besi-vcntllatcd ono in the Australian colonies, and is capable of accommodating 5000

pel sons.

Small or largo parties catered for in tho best of stvlo. For terms apply to Chowder Ray Olllce, Arbitratlon-st., Circular Qy. PEARL BAY RECREATION GROUNDS. Apply _Dr. Hansard, 9, Pitt-street, Redfern. _

L O 1 U I " N G.

H

C

A SINGLE GARMENT

at

WHOLESALE PRICE.

A. FINLAYSON and CO..

14, York-street, corner of Barrack-street,

and 29, Er.skine-stieot.

. WHOLESALE CLOTHIERS ana MANUFACTURERS,

aro now selling to tho Public a

SINGLE GARMENT

at

WHOLESALE PRICE.

LADIES,

inspect our Stock of

. , CHILDREN'S CLOTHING.

1 <' LADIES,

inspect our stock of BOYS' CLOTHING, and save 33¿ per cent.

PARENTS and GUARDIANS,

inspect our stock of

? . . BOYS' and YOUTHS' CLOTHING,

and save 33i per cent.

ALL COLONIAL MANUFACTURE.

Mechanics and Working-men,

inspect our Stock of MEN'S CLOTHING,

COLONIAL MANUFACTURE,

und save 3'¿\ percent.

Children's Knicker Suits, 0 to 9. from 3s 3d Bovs' Trouser ditto, 7 to 12, f i oin 11s 9d Youths' ditto ditto, 13 to 2J, from Ms 3d

Men's Colonial Tweed Trousers, 3 to 7, from 5s lid Ditto English ditto ditto, ditto, from 5s 9d Ditto Woibled ditto, ditto, from 8s Od

Ditto Coloninl Twred Trousers and Vest, ditto, from 10s 9d Ditto English ditto ditto ditto, ditto, from 9s 9d Ditto Worsted ditto ditto ditto, ditto, from 15s

Try our Standard Tweed Suits, ditto, from 10s 9d

Diito ditto ditto ditto ditto, nil wool, thoroughly Bhrualc to

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One Suit will convince the bu> cr ihut thero Is a saving of 33j pur'

cent.

TAILORING.

Try a Suit to measure, mid nive 33i per cent. Buy or bring your

own material; wo will then quoto a price for making and

mushing.

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STANDARD TAILORS and CLOTHIERS,

14, YORK-STREET, and 29, RUSKINE-STREET.

T

ñoJJAY, Sans souci township.

1 Free Tickets. RICHARDSON lind WRENCTI.

JS

EX.T MONDAY.-Sliepuoi d's Chippendale Estuto, at

our Rooms. RICH ARDfcON una ViliLNCIL

p

AIN'S GRAND FIREWORK DISPLAYS. TWAIN'S GRAND FIREWORK DISPLAYS'

AT, si P Â" Ï ÑT

SOLE PYROTECHNIST TO

Her Maicsty the Quocn, II. H.H. tho Prince of Wales Royal Yacht Squadron, 18(51 to date

Alexandra Palace, Alexandra Exhibition Company, Now York

Czar and Empicas of Russia

The Ciow n Prince and Princess of Germany

To their .Majesties tho Kings of Spain, Portugal, and Sweden,' " Contractor to the Gieat Illuminations witnessed bv upwards of 10,000,001) of people at the Gieat International Exhibitions, South Kensington, and to innumerable Municipalities and Publie Bodies throughout tho World, will give his

1310URTH GRAND DISPLAY TO-NIGHT,

under tho distinguished patronage of Lord Carrington.

G.C.M.G., and Sir Henry Parkes, K.C.M.O., _IN AID OF THE CHARITIES.

»AIN'S GRAND FIREWORKS AND

ILLUMINATIONS.

m o - n i g h t. T~<rr-irn3Tor

THERE WILL BF, AN ENTIRE CHANGE OP

PROGRAMME,

Every Sot Piece and Device being represented

on a

MORE ELABORATE and ARTISTIC SCALE

than

on any provious Exhibition.

»AIN'S GRAND FiREWO-TtKS-AND

ILLUMINATIONS.

FOR TONIGHTS DISPLAY

MR. PAIN

has had extra sets of men working, in order to enable him to get

readv

THE El ABORATE AND MASSIVE PROGRAMME

_which will he presented This Evening._ PAIN'S FIREWORKS. PAIN'S~FIREWORKS

PAIN'S. ' At S o'clock,

GRAND

PROMENADE CONCERT,

By the BAND of the N. >*. w. NAVAL ARTILLERY

VOLUNTEERS

(by the kind permission of

Commander LEE and Officers of the Corps).

PROGRAMME.

March .Balaclava

Valses .Mikado (by request^

Lancers .Black Diamonds

Fantasia ... -.Little Gem

Valses .Sooner or Later Polka .Cinderella

Selection.Pirates of Penzance Solo.. Lost Chord

Galop ... '..One Turn More.

A FEW SPECIAL FEATURES Di TO-NIGHT'S

PROGRAMME.

The Illuminations will be on a

LARGER and GRANDER SCALE.

TOE BAND STAND AND RESERVE

will bo

. ONE MAGNIFICENT BLAZE OF PRISMATIC HUES.

THE ARArS OF AUSTRALIA,

which caused such hursts of cnthuslastio applause

last Monday night.

IMMENSE FIRE PORTRAIT

of

HER MOST GRACIOUS MAJESTY THE QUEEN.

A SET DEVICE. 450 FEET IN LENGTH,

comprising

TEN MAGNIFICENT DEVICES.

ALADDIN'S JEWELLED TREE. BLAZING SUNS. STARS OF INDIA and FAIRY CHROMOTROPES.

THE SIEGE OF GIBRALTAR,

an Inunenso representation of ono of the most exciting scent» Ia

British History,

introducing

MONSTER LINE OP BA I'TLE SHIPS AND MONITORS.

PAIN'S GRAND FIREWORKS AND ILLUMINA-

TIONS.

P

iAIN'S FIREWORKS. PAIN'S FIREWORKS.

MAMMOTH DISPLAY.

TO-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT.

PROGRAMME. 1. Aerial Guns.

2. Magical Illumination of the Grounds, with Powerful Tinted'

Fires, changing colour four times.

3. Bursts of Rockets, Sapphires, Jewelled Clouds, Golden Wheat«

sheaves, Laburnum Blossom.

4. ASCENT of MAGNESIUM BALLOONS with Trlcoloured Fires,.

and Discharging m hen at a Great Altitude Superb Silver Showers, iuteiminglcd with Gems of every hue.

5. Simultaneous Discharge of Shells, 18In., forming the Aerial

Acme of Variegated Gems.

0. Flight of Parachute Rockets, each detaching Floating Mag«

ñcsiuiu Lights, which continually change colour while sailing through the air.

7. DEVICE.-Tho PYROTECHNICAL KALEIDOSCOPE, Re-

volving Horizontally with Great Rapidity, Emitting Cas- cades of Liquid Ftro and Discharging Large Rocket». Coloured Romans, Italian Strcamors, Fan Farronade» and Jewel Clouds,

-- m&u'

8. Batteries of Golden Saucissons. ' »,

9. DEVICE-Tho MONKEY GYMNAST. 10. Discharge of Triple Japanese Bombs.

11. DEVICE-An IMMENSE BLAZING SUN, flanked on either,

side by Two Magnificent Danish Emblem». 12. Prismatic Torrent.

13. Flight of 50 large Rockets-Gold, Amber, and Pink.

14. GRIND PATRIOTIC DEVICE-The ARMS of AÜBTRAÍÍ

LIA.

15. Flight of Rockets, Rayon D'Or. Invented by Jas. Palo.

10. Salvo of Mammoth Bombs, 25in., forming a Magnificent Coal

binationof Co'cirs. f

17. THE FALLS OF NIAGARA. 00 feet in height and 100 feet Im

length, one got gcous nut») of golden tire, and at so great a.

heighty that in its-fall it distinctly gives its hearers a moss, realistic idea of the mighty rush and massive volume of that majestic cataract as it dashes headlong on its mad career. *'

18. Pain's Aerial Wonders.

19. Aerial Flight of Swarms of Writhing Cobras.

20. INSrANTANEOUS ILLUMINATION OF THE GROU»T¿

by Masses of Coloured Fire placed in selected positions. 21. Mechanical Dovlco-The Burmese Elephant. 22. The Crysanthomum.

23. Electric Rockets. i 24. Prairie Fire.

25. Batteries of Thousands of Tinted Star».

20. Disoharge of War Shells. > 27. Aerial Jugglery.

i SET DEVICE, 450 feat in length, comprising TEW MAO Nil'TCEN r DEVICES :-ALADDIN'S JEWELLED TREBj! BLAZING SUNS, STARS OF INDU, and FAIRY.

CHROMOTROPES.

29. Flight of 20 Sholls, forming Peacock's Plum».

30. Transit of Venus.

31. PAIN'S MAMMOTH SPREADERS.-A dischargo of shell»,

tired from massivo iron inoi tar» 40 Inches in circumference The shells aiofliod by Jas. Pain only, and are the'largest ever exhibited in Austialia, consisting of the Great Golden Cloud, Torrent of Illuminated Gold, Turquoise, Lilac, and

Silver.

32. Burst of Rookets, with Twinkling Stars. 33. Flight of Shells, Cöulourdo Rose.

34. THE PLEIADES-a Flight of Rockets, eaoh detaching Seveit

Floating Lights, continually changing colour.

Invented by Jas. Fain.

35. COLOSSAL FIRE PORTRAIT of HER MOST GRACIOUS!

.MAJESTY THE QUEEN, covering an area of 900 square'

feet, tho features faithfully portrayod in every detail.

38. Prismatio Showers.

37. Bursts of Rockets, fired so as to blend the various colours with

artistic effect.

l8. Dovlco-Tho Fiery Dragons.

39. GRAND CONCLUDING DEVICE-An immense representa-

tion of the SIEGE of GIBRALTAR and its Bombardment by the Monster Line of Battlo Ships and Monitors. A graphic description of one of tho most exciting Incidents of1 British history.

40. GRE Vi' FLIGHT

of

SIX HUNDRED LARGE ROCKETS

IN ONE SHOWER,

FORMING a SUPERB AERIAL BOUQUET.

FEU DE JOL

ADMISSION, ONE SHILLING.

RESERVED SEATS, ONE SHILLING EXTBA,

BAND CONCERT and ILLUMINATIONS

at S o'clock.

FIREWORKS at 9 o'clock.

BUY YOUR TICKETS in TOWN,

or

PLEASE BRING EXACT CHANGE.

OAIN'S GRAND FIREWORKS DISPLAY.!

P

AIN'S FIREWORKS.

Note-MYERS and SOLOMON, of Goorgo-streot, opposite the Town Hall, ate tho Wholesalo Agentts for the Royal Atlas Biand ot Fiiowurks, manufactured for upwards of 25 years for them by Mr. JAMES PAIN.

PAIN'S FIREWORKS Tp-NIGHT. _^

JAMES PAIN.'S

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Digitisation generously supported by

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