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-Amusements._ T\r E W OPERA HOUSE.' ÍT-TL " Underthe Management of Mr. B. N. JONES.

otage Manager . Mr. CHAS. SEAGRAVF..

vn A jaugh ii worth n thousand groins in any market."

«, ^'Ç.-lu consequence ot the enormous succès« attending ï. ci¿r ,,ction of CllRRLN f COIN It will continua to ho the

*"lece de resistance" at tin«, thentic for the next

L,. " 7 SEV1N NIOIU'S 7

Being the concluding nights of this highlv successful stason.

10th WEEK . ' 10th

GRATTAN RIGGS" SE VSON

(by nrransement with Mr. Charle« Macmahon).

ANOTHER GRAND SUCCES".

Immense reception of Mr. GEORGE HERBERT, " " . as ROWLES. .The HOUSE CROWDED.

The APPLAUSE TUMULTUOUS.

«The DRAMA SPLENDIDLY MOVNTED.- - « -. ; A MOST PRONOl'NCED filîOCV «5«.

THIS (FRIDAY*) EVENING, MVY 27, 1887,

The gi cat Knillsh chnractcv actor, Ol'.ORGE HERBERT, as BOWLES,

in the New Sensational Drnma. in a Prologue and Three Act»,

entitled

CURRENT COIN, or SNARED.

The Latest Loudon Success. i Box plan at Nicholson nnd Cn.'s.

MINNIE PALMER'S FAREWELL.

PERT. PERT. PERT. . Box plan now open.

¡Q. A 1 E T Y THEATRE.

Lessee .Mr. John Solomon.

Under the management of. Cogill Bros. Manager for Cogill Bros.Fred Duval.

" Getting along nicely, thank vou."

8th WEEK 8th,

and Phenomenal Success of the

COGILL BROS.'

MINSTREL AND BURLESQUE COMPANY.

TO-NIGHT, FRIDAY, MAY 27.

LAST NIGHT LAST NIGnT

of the PRESENT PROGRAMME. ' * LAST NIGHT

of OUR EVENING PARTY. LAST NIGHT

of OUR EVENING PARTY. LAST NIGHT

of the BULGARIAN CONTINGENT. , - LAST NIGHT

of the " MEETING OF THE WATERS." LAST NIGHT

of MDLDOON'S PICNIC.

SATURDAY. Mav 28.

ANOTHER ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME,

Entirely New First Part

OUR GARDEN PARTY.

ENTIRELY NEW SCENERY.

MAGNIFICENT NEW COSTUMES.

NEW SONGS, NEW BALLADS, NEW JOEE8.

NEW WITnCTSMS. NEW FINALE.

EVERYTHING NEW.

AN AVALANCHE OF NOVELTIES,

, FIBST TIME OF THE " WHITE STATUE.»

Special Engagement of

W. G. LESTER,

THE WORLD'S PREMIER MIMIC. POPULAR PRICES. Ss, 2«, and Is.

Box Plan at Nicholson's. JOE DAVIS, Business Manager.

ACADEMY OF MUSIC.

. Leuce.F. K. Hiscocks.

LAST NIGHT BUT ONE LAST NIGHT BUT ONE

of

JO FANNY WISEMAN JO I ' JO FANNY WISEMAN JO

in Charles Dicken»'» BLEAK HOUSE. THE VIVIANS

are to be congratulated on this, their latest production.

Vide public press.

LADY DEADLOCK > ITKIPV VTVTAI» HORTENSE f . HfcLEN VIVIAN.

Box Plan at Nicholson's. Popular prion, X», 2», la.

_H. J. 8AMUELL. Manager.

CADEMY OF MUSIC to LET for a short leason.

Apply F. E. Hiscocks._

LOCKE RICHARDSON.

ST*

TO-NIGHT.s5»*<.*k* TO-NIGHT.

FRIDAY, 27th.

OTHELLO) ,OTHELLO OTHELLO( i OTHELLO

, CENTRAL f Y. M. C. A. ) COMFORTABLE

CENTRAL \ HALL. | COMFORTABLE.

Prices.-4s, S», 2«; family ticket for 6, £1. Box plan at

Nicholson's.

' Manager, L. J. LOHR._

STRASBURG CLOCK,

APOLLO HALT,

Kidman'B-building», Market-street.

Open dally, from 2 to S ana 7 to 10 p.m.

LAST WEEKS.

FROCESSION of the APOSTLES every IS MT.ÏUTES.

Special arrangement» for »chool« at reduced a, et.

MATINEE, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, for CT1LOUXK.

Admission, 1»; children, Cd.

_ _C. JAMESON. Proprietor? WM. GIFFETT, Agent. _

TITHE COLUMBIA ELITE SKATING RINK, -I- SYDNEY EXHIBITION BUILDING.

The largest Amusement Fa'a«c in the v,o Id devoted exclusively

to ROLLER SKATING.

OPEN EVERY AFTERNOON and EVENING (»vcept when notice is given to the contrary) as a first-class place of popular amusement, where good order and decorum are rigidly enforced.

ADMISSION-ONE SHILLING.

There is also a Special Session in the morning for Ladles only, to encourage them in acquli ing the art. To this session admission is free.

Mr. WALLACE, the Premier Skater, give« a

Performance Every Evening.

Noto.-All dav TUESDAY, Mav SI, the Rink will he CLOSED, the building having been engaged for a boll. _

B~OTA L P OLYTE CHNIC,

4D0, GEORGE-STREET,

Open Daily, from 10 a.m. till 10 p.m.

The moBt POPULAR PLACE of AMUSEMENT and INSTRUC

?} TION In Sydney.

Admission to the whole Exhibition, 1». ; Children, 6d._

MANLY AQUARIUM.

CORSO, MANLY.

Open dally (Sunday Included), 11 a.m. to S p.m., and 7 p.m. to

10 p.m. Admission, 1»; children, 6d.

Adults' return ticket for steamer and entrance to Aquarium, 2».

Special rates for schools.

Magnificent Seal Cavern, Pond, Fish Tanks, Ferneries, *c.,

Hluminated at night by Electric Light.

Excellent Music and Refreshments.

Seals and Fish fed dally nt 3 p.m. and 9 p.m.

SPECIAL SUNDAY' BOAT at 7 p.m., hack at 9 p.m.

_ C. LEPLASTR1ER, Secretary.

CHOOL OF .INDUSTRY.

The ANNUAL BALL in aid of the above Institution will be heiain the Exhibition Building on TUESDAY EVENING, the Slst of May, under the distinguished patronage and in the presence of*

HisExce'lcncv the GOVERNOR, G.C.M.G., and Lady CARRINGTON

The Hon. Sir ALFRED STEPHEN, C.B., G.C.M.G. '

His Honor the CHIEF JUSTICE, Kt. Rcnr-Admiral FAIRFAX. R.N.

Mnjor-Gcncral RICHARDSON, CB. Colonel ROBERTS. R. A., and

His Right Worshipful the MAYOR OF SYDNEY.

Cards may bo obtained from the following- Gentlemen, who

. have kindiv consented to act as Stewards :

S

Charles Billynrd, Esq.

Roheit J. Biowning, Esq. Gerald Campbell, Esq.

William R. Campbell, Esq. «William Cooper, E-q.

Îohn B. Donkin. Esq.;

. Arthur Dowling, Esu. C. Cecil Griffiths, Esq. "

The Hon. Sir John Hay,

K.C.M.G.

Dr. Edwaid Jenkins

The Hon. Edwnid Knox,

M.L.C.

George E. Labertouche, Esq. William Laidley, Esq.

The Hon. W. A. Long, M.L.C.

The Hon. William Macleay,

M.L.C.

His Hon. Sir William Monning-,

Kt.

James S. Mitchell, Esq. George Miller, Esq.

Frederick Mooro, Esq. William E. Mort. Esq.

Christopher Rolleston, Esq.,

C.M.G.

William B. Scott, Esq.

F. Villeneuvc-Smith, Esq. John .Street, Esq.

Consett Stephen, Esq.

Eilvt ard R. Deas-Thomson, Esq. The Hon. John B. Watt, M.L.C.

Also from

Messrs. Turner and Henderson, Allerdlng and Son, and Fairfax and Roberts, of Huntcr-'trcet ; Messrs. L'ojd and Collins, Flavello and Roberts, and Da>id Jdncs and Co., of Gcoige-streot; and Mr. Baumann, of Pitt-street.

PRICE

Gentlemen, 20s ; ladles, 15s.

Mr. Taylor's splendid BAND will perform, the piano used on the occasion being kindly lent by Mossie. Paling und Co.

DANCING.-Prof. Thomas' Select Classes every even-

ing; Private Lessons daily. 16. Wutkln-street. N'owtown.

"| \ANClNG.-An inspection is invited for Tattersall's -I * Hall, corner of Castlereagh and Hunter streets.. To LET for Bills, Socials, Banquets, &c. ; splendid floor, good piano, and smoking-room. Applvon premises._

'GTHNTP'PE R ~~ F* 1 S II I N G.

Steamer THE GRAND leaves the Floating Jetty, foot of Phillip-street, Circular Quav, at 12.30 SATURDAY NIGHT.

Bait Provided, rare^_y ^ ^^

SCHNÄPPER FISHING.-S.S. FLORRIE ELLI-

SON will leave bottom of Kent-iticet 7 o'clook. calling at Dawes Point and Woolloomooloo Bav, on Sunday morning, C9th. Tickets 7s 0d ; bait provided; Cape '1 hi ce l'oints. Peter Ellison. FISHING PARTY.-S. S. DEFIANCE leaves Blue's _FjiinMLSO^ClrcularQuay. 12.1a. A. Mackay.

"SCHNAPPER Fishing -Princess leaves Lime-streot, Ö7; Woolloomooloo, 7.15, Sunday mom. Tickets, 0s. T. Lee. MANLY,-NARRABEEN, ROCK LIL"Y, and

' NEWPORT.

BLACK and CO S COACH

Leave» Manly at 10 am. MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS, THURS-

DAYS, and SATURDAYS, returning to Manly to meet 6 o'clock steamer to Sydney. "".".""

leave»Manly at 8 a.m.on ÏUtSDAYS and FRIDAYS, rcturn

ine to meet 4.30 steamci to Sydney.

Book at Tourist«' Bureau.

BEAT BICYCLÜ RACES. G

GREAT BICYCLE RACES.

vrvT SATURDAY^ NEXT SATURDAY.

SEXT IATURDAY. NEXT MTDBDAY.

CON DWYER V. C. W. BENNE I 1. CON DWYER v. C. W. BENHK'IT.

SECOND TWO DISTANCES OF MA I OH.

THREE and TEN MILES RACES.

SUBURBAN BICYCLE CLUB SPORTS..

8TSBnf:iATION CRICKET GROUND

AeswiAim.\ y*.»w.»»..

jWfrEPLACE'yóñrorokcn Crockery ana uiasswareat the JA Great Stook-Taking SALE next month.

R

OYAL STANDARD THEATRE. Lessee.Mr. Frank Smith. Managcrfor Mr. F. Smith.Mr. J. Grant.

Under the Management of Mr. DAMPIER. LAST NIGHT BUT ONE \ ' /

UST NIGHT BUT ONE \ LOST IN LONDON

LAST NIGHT BUT ONE > OF < LOST IN LONDON

LAST NIGHT BUT ONE I j LOST IN LONDON. LAST NIGHT. '«UT ONE / ^

THIS (FRIDAY) EVENING.

LAST NIGHT BUT ONE

of the Sensational Di atna, in four acts,'entiled

LOST IN LONDON.

The drama produced under the direction of Mr. Dampier. JOBARMROYD... ' .Mr. H. C. SIDNEY

NELLY .Miss ALICK NORTON

TILLY DRAGELKTIIORPE ... Miss KATHERINE RUSSELL,

suppoited by the popular company of

AUSTRALIAN ARTISTA.

MONDAY EVENING Next. May 30th,

THE OUTCASTS, or A DAUGHTER'S TRIAL. Box plan at Nicholson's Music Warehouse.

FRED. GUNTHER. Business Manager.

* L H A M B R A iM U S 1 C H A L L, Ck. George-street. Haymnrkot.

Proprietor and Manager, Mr. Frank Smith.

Business and Stage .Manager, Mr. Edwin Sblpp. ' OUR THIRD YEAR. _

OUR THIRD YEAR

OUR THIRD YEAR.

The proprlet ». and manager bess to return his hearty thanks for the substantial sup- port he has u-cclved in the past, nnd hopes that the many novelties he intends producing during the next tw five months may meet with the same re- cognition as their piedecce

so rs.

THIRD YEAR

THIRD~YEAR THIRD~YEAR THIRITYEAR . THIRD~TEAR

THIRD YEAR THIRD YEAR

TH1RD~YEAR

THIRD YEAR THIRD/YEAR THIRD YEAR.

SPECIAL

PROGRAMME

for Our

THIRD ANNIVERSARY.

TOPULAR PRICES.

Orchestra chairs, 2s; stalls, Is;

balcony, Od.

GRAND SACRED

and

CLASSICAL CONCERT

EVERY SUNDAY EVENING,

at 7.30.

MINSTREL

SHOWS COME AND

GOT -

BUT ; WE" GO"

ON FOR

EVER.

S

IR JOSEPH BANK S'

ELEVENTH

GRAND HANDICAP

of 250 Sovs.,

and

25 Guinea Gold Chronograph.

. To be Run JUNE 11th and 18th next.

To be Run JUNE 11th and ISth next.

S71 NOMINATIONS. 371 NOMINATIONS.

Acceptances CLOSE Burrangong Hotel JUNE 4.

_FRANK SMITH.

SIR JOSEPH BANKS* HALF-MILE HANDICAP

of 05 Sovereigns.

ENTRANCES CLOSE Burrangong notel SATURDAY NIGHT NEXT, May 28.

"~~* FRANK SMITH.

R

N

The Treasury, New South Wales,

May 19.1S87.

EGULATIONS . FOR BOATRACES AND

REGATTAS.

The undermentioned Régulât ons, made hy tho Marine Board of New South Wale?, under and hy vlrtuo of the powers con- ferred upon it by the Navigation Acts, 1871-1SS1, arc published for general information.

J. F. BURNS.

New South Wnlcs, Sydney, to wit.

UNDER and by virtue of the powers conferred upon us by tho Navigation Acts, 1871-1881, we, tho Marine Board of New South Wales, hereby make the followin g Regulations In ndditlon to those now in force, to be obseivcd at Regattas and Boatraccs on any of the navigable waters within the jurisdiction, that is to

say:

We hereby order and direct that,

1. A clear mid-channel track of not less than SOO feet wide .hall be preserved along the entire length of the course.

2. Notmorc than twoBteameis, to be approved hythe Marine Board, shall be allowed under any circumstances to follow any

race.

S. No person whosoever shall navigate any vossel or boat whe- ther propelled by steam, sails, or o irs, nnd whether wholly or In part, along suc6 mid-channel track as aforesaid. And every person in charge of any such vessel or boat shall take up such place, and anchor, if considered necessary, on such side of such mid channel track as may bo allotted tu him by an officer of the said Board, or of the Water Police, and shall not move from such place except bv permission of such officer.

4. Evory Master and Ownor of n steamer or other vessel or boat who commits a breach of any of these Regulations shall in addition to the tine hereinafter imposed, be liable to have his cer- tificate cancelled or suspended.

5. Any person committing a breach of any of these Regula- tions shall be liable to a penalty not exceeding £100.

The Common Seal of the Marine Board of New South Wnle6

was hereto nfflxed this sixteenth day of May, one thousand eight hundred and eighty-seven.

FRANCIS HIXSON, President.

JOHN BROOMFIELD, Vice-Picsidont. (L.S.1 HOBT. T. MOODIE \

BENJAMIN JENKINS t «..","_ HENRY T. FOX I >>»Tcn»

WM. ROBERTSON J

GKO. S. LINDFMAX, R.N., Secrotnry.

Referring to the above Regulations, it is hereby notified for general Informatiouth.it the steamet s INFLEXIBLE and AD- MIRAL have been duly authorised by the Marino Board to follow the Intercolonial Eight-oar Race, to take place on the Parramatta River on SATURDAY, the 28th instant. ,

By order.

GEO. S. LINDEMAN, R.N.,

Secretary.

Sydney, May 20, 1887._______

EW SOUTH "WALES ROWING ASSOCIA

' TION.

INTERCOLONIAL l'.IGHT-OAR RACE.

VICTORIA V. NEW SOUTH WALES,

on

CHAMPIONSHIP COURSE,

PARRAMATTA RIVER.

SATURDAY, 28th MAY.

Inflexible leaves No. 2 Jetty, Ciieular Quay, 3 p.m.

Tickets to admit Gentleman and Two Ladles, 20s. Extra Ladies' Tickets, 5s.

Admiral leaves No. 8 Jetty. Circular Quay. 3 p.m. Tickets-Gentlemen, 10s.

Members must produce their tickets, or thev will be charged as above. They havo the privilege of taking two ladles on board

Inflexible. ?

Extra ladles' tickets, 5s each.

The above are the only Steamers allowed to follow the Race.

The Steamer Invincible has also been chartered by the Associa- tion, and will leave Floating Jetty, Circular Quay, at S p.m., and be anchored In a favourable position. Tickets, 2s Cd.

Tickets for the above boats may be obtained from members of the Committee ; or of Mpssrs. Turner and Henderson, Hunter street ; Messrs, Levy and Scott, Oxfoid-street ; Mr. J.Myers,

King-street. _._ _

A. GOODYEAR,

_ Acting Secretary.

O M P LI M ENTAR Y PICNIC

to the

INTERCOLONIAL EIGHT-OAR CREWS,

MONDAY. 30th May,

at CHOWDER BAY.

Steamers leave Circular Quay at 10.30 a.m., noon, and 2 p.m. Double tickets, 15s; gentlemen, 12s Cd.

Holders of double tickets miiv obtain evtra (lady's) tickets, 5s. Tickots can be had fioin members of the Committee of the Association; and from R. A. Keddte, Noith Shore Ferry Com uanv : and J. Blackman, C. Newton Bros, and Co's.

v " R. A. KEDDIE j Píenlo

J. BLACKMAN ( Committee.

|~« RAND SCULLING CONTEST.

DAVIS .v. ANDERSON

for £1011,

Over the Championship Course.

Steamer ADMIRAL, the onlv boat authorised by the Marine Board, will follow the race, carrying the Umpire, and will le.ive the Floating Jetty, foot of Phillip-street, Circular Qu\v, at 3 o'clock THIS AFTERNOON, 27th May. . .,"_.

P s-Passengers bv this boat «ill have a vie v of theS\DNE\ andMELBOUENE EIGHTS In their final run previous to race.

Tickets, 2s <id. Bridge. 5s._ _ _ _ E~\-_"H_T -OAR RACE,

SATURDAY, MAY 28.

Special Steamois,

HALCYON and DEFIANCE,

will leave No. 4 Jetty, Ciiculnr Quay, to viow the raeo.

Return l'aie. Is Od.

Steiraere leave King-street Win» f_ev;ry hour. Return fare, Is. INTERCOLONIAL EIGHT-OAR RACE.

VICTORIA V. NEW SOUTH WALES.

The favourite steamer MIDGET will leave Stephen-street at 2 p m , on SATURDAY no\t, calline at Darling-street, the Dock, and Long Nose Point, tiikiiifr passengers to view the above race. Tickets, 2s. Retí i s'mients tobe hail on boai d._

?NTERCOLONIAL" EIGHT-OAR RACE.

SATURDAY, MAY 28. 1887.

Grand viow fiom Oí e.Mile Point.

Steamer LEVERET will lea\e Floating Jetty, Circular Quay,

at 2.45 p.m.. and anchor off One MdoFota^ ^ T MQ0RE

TO-VIEW THE BOAT RACE,

THIS AFTERNOON,

S S. INFLEXIBLE will leave No. 2 Jetty, Circular Quay, 2.30.

Return Fare, Is._

IT^rËWOTÔNlXL El GHT-'O AR RACE.-Tho

Steamors AGKNORIA and MAGGIE will leave the No. S Jetty. Circular Quay, TO-MORROW, Saturday, at 3 p.m. to view the above __

MONA VAEET" "

PITTWATER.

COACHES leave the Pier at Manly immediately on the arrival of the 12.30 steamer from Sydney, to convoy Intending buyers to the Ground, TO-MORROW. MILLS and PILE, Auctionccrs._ THE ROSEBERRY" ESTATE, Military-road, North

Shore. Irapoi tant Land Sale, SA TURDAY next, at 8 p.m.

Q"UEESIS~JTJBI_E_' TOAVKSHIP.-Continuation

Auction Sale, TO-MOHROW AFTERNOON, of Balance, very cheap. _1 dcpo-.It, 2s 6d weekly, easier terms larger buyers, free trnintlckets. Garran! andjlamiltun. 1?2A, Eli/.abeth-street.

IP you want Carpets or Linoleums, wait till the Great

, Stock-Taking SALE nextmonth. Wonderful prices.

SPECTACLE-MAKERS.-OSBORN and HUNTER,

68, Arcade, King-st., 1st floor. Pure Pobblo Spectacles, 5s pair.

I

c

RITERION THEATRE. Sole Proprietor.Mr. Jno, Solomon. EVERY EVENING UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. 11 ' \ * CARRIE SWAIN ? \

ÍOPSY I ^ CAHRLE SWAIN I TOPSY TOPSY I CARRIE SWAIN I 10PSY

J CARRIE SWAIN J ' ». \ ^ in her Great Cieatlon,

TOPSY TOPSY TOPSY TOPSY'

in

UNCLE TOM'S CABIN. '. THE ONLY ONE."

I , ) The Premiei living .

I l10PSY )

CARRIE \ TOPSY J SWAIN , I , TOPSY )

"Asimbeam »hlning through the clouds, like a good deed In

a naughty world."

HENRY WARD BEECHER »ay» :-» It can teach a lesson to

every Christian."

The ILLUSTRATIVE SCENERY

bv

Mr. ALrRED CLINT.

Prices : 5s, 3s, 2s, and 1». Children In arms not admitted. Box plan at Nicholson's.

,_Business Manager, MONTY BROWNE.

SY

D N E Y TURF

i SYDNEY TURF CLUB.

THE AMATEUR MEETING.

PATRON:

HIS EXCELLENCY THE RIGHT HONORABLE BARON

CARRINGTON.

Under the Management of the Committee of the Sydney Turf

. Club. '

SATURDAY,

MAY 28, 1887. PROGRAMME.

THE FLYING HANDICAP. To be started at 1 o'iljck p.m.

THE AMATEUR CUP. To be started at 2.15 p.m.

THE LADIES' BRACELET. i To be started at S p.m.

THE VETERANS' RACE. To be »tai ted at 3.45 p.m.

THE CORINTHIAN STAKES.

To be started at 4.30 p.m.

MEMBERS of the A. J. C. and two Ladle» will ho admitted FREE to tho paddock on presentation of their own and ladies' tickets, already issued ; In default of which they will havo to pay

tho usual charges.

IMPORTANT NOTICE.

MEMBERS ARE PARTICULARLY* REQUESTED TO INSTRUCT THEIR SERVANTS TO REMAIN IX THE CAR- RIAGE PADDOCK, THE BOUNDARY OF WHICH IS DEFINED BY NOTICE BOARDS, AS ANY FOUND OUT- SIDE ITS LIMITS WILL BE REMOVED FROM TnE

RESERVE.

All HANSOMS, CABS, and VANS having been driven into the grounds and the passengen delivered, must be placed and KEPI at the ktatlon provided for them, and the HORSES tied up In the horse paddocks. NOTE.-THIS REGULATION WILL BE

STRICTLY ENFORCED.

ANY HORSE or HORSES FOUND LOOSE will be IM- POUNDED, and the OWNER CHARGED £1 STERLING PER

HORSE before thev arc released.

NO RACEHORSE», except those engaged in the races of the day, will be allowed In the SADDLING PADDOCK.

PASSENGERS by TRAMWAY v. ill please note that a separate Ticket Office and Entrance to the Saddling Paddock ha9 been placed at the CORNER next the COURSE. Bv using It tho crush at the entrance for passengers by vehicle» will be avoided.

IMPORTANT NOTICE.

PARCEL DELIVERY VANS, CARTS, or LICENSED

VEHICLES WILL NOT

BE PERMITTED TO CROSS THE COURSE.

TICKETS for the GRAND STAND and

SADDLING PADDOCK

can he purchased at

MEYERS', TOBACCONIST, KINQ.8TREET,

and

NICHOLSON ond CO.'S,

comer KING and GEORGE STREETS,

ON THE RACE DAY.

T. 8. CLIBBORN,

Seo, S. T. C.

163, King-street, Sydney._ S

UBURBAN BICYCLE CLUB.

NEXT SATURDAY, MAY 28. NEXT SATURDAY, MAY 28. NEXT SATURDAY, MAY 28.

ASSOCIATION CRICKET GROUND

FINAL AND LAST DAY

Final and Last Day Final and Last Day

INTERCOLONIAL CHAMPION BICYCLE RACES. VICTORIA. VICTORIA. VICTORIA. VICTORIA.

NEW SOUTH WALES. NEW SOUTH WALES. NEW SOUTH WALES. NEW SOUTH WALES. NEW SOUTH WALES. NEW SOUTH WALES.

SUBURBAN BICYCLE CLUB

riFTH

GRAND ANNUAL AMATEUR RACES.

Programme also include» two Races

bet« eeu

C. W. BENNETT aud CON. DWYER. C. W. BENNETT and CON. DWYER. a W. BENNETr and CON. DWYER.

OVER TWO TEST DISTANCES.

3 MILES and 10 MILES. 8 MILES and 10 MILES. S MILES and 10 MILES.

BEST RIDERS COMPETING, < and Includes

CON. DWYER

' . C. W. BENNETT

T. P. JEKKINS KINNIMONT

H. A. MUTTON E. ELLIOTT

P. T. HOLLICK

H. H. LAMBTON.

! ' FINAL and LAST DAY.

FINAL and LAST DAY. FINAL and LAST DAY.

ADMISSION :

It to Ground; Is bd extra to Stand.

Gates Open at 1 o'clock.

1st Race Starts at 2 p.m. ?

S. H. FAIRLAND,

_non. Secretary. A SSOCIATION : CRICKET G

INTERCOLONIAL BICYCLE RACES.

NEXT SATURDAY, MAY 28.

LADIES' TICKETS.

MEMBERS entitled to these tickets must procure them not later than FRIDAY, the 27th instant, 5 p.m., by applying at the oliico. These ticket» cannot be issued after this 'date.

By order of the Trustees,

R. H. l'AIRLAND, Socretary A. C. Ground. Office : 99, Eljbabcth^rcct._

A" LACROSSE MATCH (for Hyam'» Cup and

Association ti opmop) will be plas ed between the Redfern mid St. Leonards clubs, on the North Shore Resonó, to-morrow afternoon._ _ _

GLEBE 2nd Disengaged for SATURDAY, 28th, Went-

worth Park. J. II. Dunkin, Rcooid Room, G. P. 0.

SANDRINGHAM. SANDRINGHAM.

PRINCE MP WALES SEASIDE FAMILY HOTEL.

NOTICE THE REVISED TARIFF NOTICE.

Terms from 8s per day upwards.

Wedding Parties Accommodated; ' prhate suites of rooms. Dinners from 2s Od ; public and pilvatc dining rooms. Bllllurd room, Quoit Ground, boating, ilshing, good stabling; 5 acres of pleasure ground and gardens ; hard, sandy bench. Only Ten Miles from Sidney. Coaches meet the trains leaving Sydney at 9.11 and 10 50 a.m.. 1.5, 2.40, and 4.35 p.m. daily at Kogarah Station, direct for tho hotel ; return journey f i om Sj dney, only 3s. Splendid driTc; rood now in thorough repair the whole way. ..yjj

Further particulars, fcc, from E. WOTTON, Manager.

ÍPSYFORTUÑE-TELLER, 300, Oxford-st., Pad- dington, between Begg and Regent st». Nojsharge foradmis. CÏ 1PSY-Mccbnnicnl EXHIBITION, entirely FREE,

JT Ships, Zigzags, and other Novelties at above address._ JENOLAN (Into"Fish River) CAVEsT-SavTmônêyôn

your trips bv booking at the Tourist's Bureau, 0, Brldge-st.

TENDERS will be reooived till the 4th of June for one

or ten rears' Lease of the Theatre of Varieties, King-»treet, Newtown. Fiiticulars, apply Hudson and Sons, agents, King

street, New to« n, onpremlscs._ _

rp R Y THE NEW IDE A.

Gentlemen requiting an Overcoat for the Winter at Wholesale Price can procure what they require at A. FINLAYSON and CO.'S, 14, York-street, 29, Erskine-strcet, and 117, Kam»-»treet, Pyrmont.__

mo BANÖS, SOCIETIES. &c-Large ROOM to I LI". T. bimonson, Direct SupplyAssociatloii, 074, Gcorge-st. ARMATEUR" MINSTRELS.-Wanted, Members, to

start. Simonsen, Diiect Supply Association, 674, George-»t.

IF you want Carpets or LinoleumB, wait till the Great

Stock-Taking SALE next month. Wonderful price»._

M

ONA VALE,

PITTWATER.

COACHES leave the Pier at Manly immediately on the arrival of the 12.30 steamer from Sydney, to convey intending buyer» to he Ground, TO-MORROW. MILLS and PILE, Auctioneer».

FURNISH throughout at the GLOBE FURNITURE

ARCADF, S25, George-street, Brickflcld-hlll._

FIVE THOUSAND CHAIRS kr Hire. The GLOBE

FURNITURE ARCADE, 525, George-«t.. Brlckfii ld-hlll.

FREESTEAMER from No. 3 Jotty, Circular Quay,

«t 2.30 p.m. TO-MORROW, SATUR- DAY, 23th Instant, forsaleof CHOICE SITES, HOTEL, and COTTAGES at I WATSON'S BAY. Easy term». Iithos. ' 'i'<ck»t< readv.

RICHARDSON and WRENCH.

THEATRE ROYAL,

Under the Management of

Messrs. Williamson, Gamer, and Musgrove.

Lessee ... ¡j, .Mr. S. Lazar.

Sub-lessee.- .Mr. M. SIMONSEN.

Doors open 7.15, commence at 8. Carriages at 10.30.

THE LAST NIGHT THE LAST NIGHT THE LAST NIGHT, THE LAST NIGHT THE LAST NIGHT THE LAST NIGHT

of

THE NEW ROYAL ITALIAN OPERA SEASON THE NEW ROYAL ITALIAN OPER\ SE\SON,

THIS (FRIDAY) EVENING. May 27th,

when will be given for THE LAST TIME \ FAUST THE LAST TIME 5 FAUST THE LAST TIME J FAUST.

Conductor, Slgnor ROBERTO HAZON.

Box office open daily from 10 till 5 at Paling and Co.'s,

George-street.

TH E A-T~R7~B R~0-Y-A-"1

Under the management of Messrs. WILLIAMSON,

GARNER, and MUSGROVE.

Lessee, Mr. Sam!. Lazar. Treasurer, Mr. Geo. L. Goodman.

General Business Manager, Mr. 11. R. Harwood.

1887. NEW SEASON. 1887.

Messrs. WILLIAMSON, GARNER, and MUSGROVE

beg to announce

that thelrnew season will be inaugurated hy Messrs.

. BROUGH and BOUCICAULT'S

LONDON BURLESQUE COMPANY.

Managers-Messrs. Robert Brough and Dion G. Bouctcault.

SATURDAY, MAY 28,

will be produced for the first timo in Sydney the new .35 three-act

OPERATIC and DRAM\TIC EXTRAVAGANZA, written by H. Pottinger Stephens and W. Yardley,

and ontttled " LITTLE

JACK

TKJfiíW 8HEPPARD,

Introducing to Sydney playgoers

Miss FANNY ROBINA,

from the Gaiety and Empire Theatres, London.

Mr. E. W. ROYCE.

from the Gaiety Theatre. London. Miss FLORENCE HARCOURT, from the Globe Theatre, London.

Mr. WILLIAM WARDE,

from the Gaiety Thentrc, London.

Miss E. ROMER.

from the Haymarket and St. James' Theatres, London.

- i Mr. E. B. MANNING,

from the Royalty Theatre, London.

MISS EMMA TEMPLE,

from the Gaiety Theatre, Londcn,

and

MR. ROBERT BROUGH.

the untversully-popular Comedian.

Also,

THE ENTIRE COMPANY and CHORUS

which was included in

TBE ORIGINAL AUSTRALIAN CAST.

V LITTLE JACK SHEPPARD was fir«t played at the Gaiety Theatre, London, where It created a furoro and ran an entire season, being praised and applauded by all classes from tho prince to the costermonger. Its reception In Australia was equally en- thusiastic when produced at the Opera House, Melbourne, by

Brough and Bouctcault'« London Burlesque Company.

. Little Jack Sheppard was mr»; enthusiastically received, and ran

for

NINE WEEKS to CROWDED HOUSES.

Although nominally a burlesque LITTLE JACK SHEPPARD

is really

A COMIC OPERA IN DISGUISE,

as will be seen by perusing the following list of the principal

numbers of

ORIGINAL AND SELECTED MUSIC

included In the vocal score :

Opening Chorus-"The First of M ty" ... Meyer Lutz Chorus of Yokels-" We bean't such fools ns

we look" .R. C. Grain

Duet—" If you take into your head ". Florian Pascal

Miss E. ROMER and Mr. E. D. HAYGARTH.

Song-" The belle of Dollis Hill " ... Florian Pascal

Miss EMMA TEMPLE.

Duet— "A fairy tale " ... ... ... ... Hamilton Clarke

Misses EMMA TEMPLE and F. HARCOURT.

Quintette-"Set the ball rolling" ... Meyer Luts

Mr. W. WARDE, Miss TEMPLE, Miss HARCOURT,

Mlts ROM Eil.

Chorus-" We are Janl-Jani-saries " . Florian Pascal Song-.. I'm a marvellous man " .Arthur Cecil

Mr. ROBERT BROUGH.

Song-"Jack Sheppard".F. Stanislaus

Miss FANNY ROBINA.

Duet-" Rl-fal-do-rol-de-rol-1-dav " . Meyer Lut»

Miss ROBINA and Mr. ROYCE.

Quartette-" On the strict Q. T." . M.Watson

Misses ROBINA. MAJOR, BEVAN, and Mr. ROYCE.

Concerted-"Bright »hines the morning" ... Alfred Cellier

Opening chorus-" The King who's over the

water". Song-" rd do it for Mary Anno " .

Miss FANNY ROBINA.

Duet-" O think what might have been " ... Meyer Lutz Song- " I haven't got on very well " ." ... F. btanlilaus

Mr. ROBERT BROUGH.

Trio-" Leave.the whole business to mo " ... Meyer Lu Song-"Bl -ral" .Old Air

Mr. ROYCE.

Solo and Chorus-" On special duty ". H.J.Leslie

Mr. BROUGH and CHORUS.

Duet-"Of all nations" .Meyer Lut«

Miss ROBINA and Mr. BROUGH.

Solo arid EnscraMe-"Farewell" .Meyer Lutz

Misses ROBINA. TEMPLE, HARCOURT, and CHORUS.

Chorus-" The wedding day " .Florian Pasca Finale.Meyer Lutz

THE OPERATIC CHORUS and ORCHESTRA,

under the direction of the

t Eminent Composer and Conductor,

Mr. F. STANISLAUS,

who will wield the baton for the first time in Sydney.

Elaborate and beautiful Scenery and Effects by

Mr. W. B. SPONG.

BOX PLAN NOW OPEN

AT THE THEATRE,

where seats may be booked.

Notwithstanding the enormous expense attending this

production.

NO ADVANCF. IN PRICES. Dress Circle. 5s. Stalls, 3s.

FAMILY CIRCLE^ONE SHILLINa._

RY THE NEW IDEA.

T

Gentlemen requiring a Winter Suit to measure, at Wholesale Price, can procure what they require at A. FIN LAYSON and CO.'S, 14, York-street, 29, Erskine-strect, and 117, Harris-street, Pyrmont. _

TO PARTIES FURNISHING.-Great"Stock-Taking

SALE next month. Bargains in every department._ Q'UEEN'S . JUBILEE~TOWNSHlP~ContirmBÏion

Auction Salo, TO-MORROW AFTERNOON, of balance, very cheap, fil deposit, 2s Gd weekly, easier terms larger buyers, free train tickets. Gamut and Hamilton, 122A, Elizabeth-street.

T

_ General Merchandise._

RÄVELLERS BY " SEA AND LAND.

JOHN BRUSH, SON, and CO.

having completed their extensive alterations,

invite special attention

to their largo and well-selected stock

of

PORTMANTEAUS, BAGS, TRUNKS,

FITTED BAGS and CASF.S, SATCHELS, WRITING FOLIOS,

PURSES, RUG STRAPS, WALLETS.

STATE ROOM and CABIN TRUNKS,

regulation sizes.

Manufacturers and Importers

of

every description of SADDLERY and HARNESS.

Mt and 405, GEORGE-STREET (opposite Royal Hotel),

and ii, Ycrk-strcec.

CHOICE fresh Roll Butter received to-day; good Butter

lOd and In per lb. ; York Hams, Ho.lalla and Dutch Cheese,

tincBt Tens and Coffees.

_WILLIAM HUGHES, 116, William-street.

¿MUINNESS'S Stout, bottled by Hall, Forster and \JC Sons and R. Porter, Bass's Ale, Lager Beer, from 10s per

dozen quarts.

WILLIAM HUGHES. 114 and llG_William-street.

JOHN JAMIESON and SON'S Old Irish Whisky,

Imported direct ; finest Scotch Whiskies, Port and Sherry Wines, Clarets, Champagne, and Austialinu Wines at wholesale prices. WILLIAM HUGHES. 114 aid 116, William-street.

BEAL YO'RK HAM'S, ENGLISH" BACON,

Cheese, and Preserved Provisions. H. s. BIRD and CO.

LENLIVET WHISKY, vory old, in bulk, boltlo, or

Jar. H. S. BIRD and CO.. vlacquarle-place._ SOUTH AUSTRALIAN.-Frontignac Tokay, Gren-

ache, Muscadine_Poit, Sherry. Madeira. H. S. Bird and Co. A_USTRALIAN WINE.-Cnrmichaol's Porphyry,

equal to bott imported Hock, in cases S dozen pints,* 12s Od

dozen; 2 dozen quarts, 21s per dozen.

_H. S. BIRD and CO., Mncquarle-place. SUGAR and TEA.-Ration to finest qualities.

H. S. BIRD and CO.. Macquarlc-place.

THE HOTSTE^WASHER, Manglo, and Wringer.

Noted for its tho-ough effectiveness. It is really three machines in one. Price, £7 7s.

_HEBBLEWHITE and CO., 416. George-street.

TÏEEHIVES.-THE STANDARD-LÄNGSTRÖTH J3 and others, also sundry Bee Goods.

CARPET SWEEPERS,

a moat desirable article to preserve your carpets.

EXTENSION LATTICE WORK,

an easy erected ti ellis, sold in all sizes.

Oui H page Illustrated Price List free on application.

An inspection of our numerous

LABOUR-SAVING APPLIANCES CORDIALLY INVITED.

HEBBLEWHITE and CO.,

_,_416, George-street, Sydney.

rilANKS.-*200 and 400 tallon Ship's Iron Water JL TANKS, cheap. W. Robison. 67, Sussex-street._ TANKS, best Lot don make, still further reduced! T.

T. end J. Tooh-'y, Standard Brewery, Elizabeth-street.

iUEEN'S JUBILEE TOWNSHIP.

Qr

m

, CONTINUATION AUCTION SALE,

TO-MORROW AFTERNOON,

of BALANCE. PTuïï

' Very cheap, £1 deposit, 2s 6d weekly.

Easier terms, larger buyers, ,, Free Train Tickets.

GARRARD and HAMILTON,

_ 122A, Elizabeth-street. ONA VALE.

PITTWATER.

COACHES leave the Pier at Maily immediately on the arrival of the 12.30 «tamur from Sydney, to" convey Intending buyers to the Ground, TO-MuRROW. MILLS and PILE, Auctioneers.^

FIVE THOUSAND CHAIRS for Hiro. The GLOBE

FURNITURE ARCADE, 525, Qeorge-st., Brickfield-hill.

Government

Notices.

department or Railways, Sydney,

May 23, 1887.

OVERNMENT RAILWAYS.

TENDERS will be reoeived at this Office up to U a.m. .n the date» mentioned hcreunder fur tho public works, Ac, specified in the following »ohedule:-_

G

Nature of Works and Supplios.

The Supply and Delivery of Railway Sleepers

as under

At Knnnwatha 12,000 Ironbark Sleopers AtCootamuudra 12,0(10 Iionbirk Sleepers At Old June» 6009 Ironbark Sleepers

The Erection of a Waiting-*hed and Ticket

OfHco at Corrimal, Section 3, Illawarra Railway.

The Erection of an Engine-shed, Coal-stago,

and Turntable at Cow ri, Section 3, Mur rumburrah-Dlaynev Railway.

The Supplv of Chain Iron. Particulars Loco

motl\e Engineer's Office, Regent-street_

The Construction of a Rillway from

Hornsbv (Pearce'» Corner), on tho S. and N, Junction Rallwav, to St. Leonards.

Tho Supplv and Delivery of Uniform

Clothing fcr Tramway Employees

The Erection of a Waiting Shed and Ticket

Office at Unanderra and Passenger Station, &c.,nt Dapto, lllawai ra Railway Contract,

No. S

The supply and delivery of 6000 Tramway

Sleopers, 8' x 8" x 4." Particulars District Engineer's Offloe, Rofcm station

The supply and delivery, in trucks,at Darling

Harbour or Botany-road siding, of 3000 tons of Blue Metal Screenings. Particu- lars District Engineer'» Office, Redfern

Tucsdav, 31>t May.

Tuesday, Tth June.

Tuesday, 14th June.

N

NOTE.-For further particulars see Government Gasttt«, a file of which 1» kept at every Post office. «.

The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted,

CHAS. A. GOODCHAP,

_Commissioner tor Ballway». _

Department of Justice, Sydney,

20th Mav, 1687.

OTICE TO TRUSTEES OF CEMETERIES,

AND OTHERS CONCERNED.

Representations having been made to this department that In several recent Instances bodies have been disinterred within cer- tain cemeteries without proper authority having been first obtalnod, and the question as to the legality of such action having been referred to the Attorney-General, who ha» given an opinion thereon to the effect that the sanction of the Minister of Justice should be required in »uch cases, it is hereby notlhed, for the In- formation of the heads of the several re'lglous denominations, trustees of cemeteries, and other» concerned, that In future no exhumation or removal of bodies should take place in any ceme- tery unies» with the previously-obtained sanction of this depart-

ment,

WILLIAM CLARICE,

Minister of Justice.

_ _ Public Notices._ _

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH

WALES.

Is EQUITY.

PURSUANT to a Decree of the Supreme Court of New South Wales, made in a suit between ROBERT HILL and RALPH HALLS, suing on behalf of themselves and all other creditors of the late PATRICK DAVOREN, docca»ed, plaintiffs; and ISA- BELLA DORCAS DAVOREN, ELLEN SARAH DAVOREN, ROSE DAVOREN, JAM ES RICHARD DAVOREN, ISABELLA MAY DAVOREN, ELIZA JANE DAVOREN, and IDA MARY DAVOREN, respectively, infants under the age of twentv-onc jcars, and FRRDERICkCROMMELIN and EDMUND LAI FAN, the husband of Isabella Dorca» Davoren (now Isabella DOTCKB Laffan), defendants : All Creditor» of the said Patrick Davoren, late of Grenfell, in the colony of New South Wales, botelkceper,

who died on the third day of May, one thousand eight hundred

and eighty-four, and Probate of whoso last Will and Testament was, on the third day of September, one thousand eight hundred and eighty-four, granted bv the Supreme Court nf New South Wales in its Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction to Ralph Halls, of Gren- fell, In the colony aforesaid, storekeeper, and Frederick Crom- melin, of the same place, solicitor, the Executor» named therein are, on or before the twenty-eight day of June next, to send by post, prepaid, to the said Executors, to Messrs. Gordon and Gar- raway, of Young, In the said colony, solicitor» for the said Robert Hill and Ralph Halls, or to their agents, Messr». Cape and Kent, Commercial Union-chambers, Pitt and Hunter streets, Sydnev, in the said colony, their Christian and Surnames, addrosses, and de- scription«, the full particulars of their claims, or a statement of their accounts and the nature of the securities (if any) held by. them ; or, in dofault thereof, they will be peremptorily excluded from the benefit bf the said Decree. Every Creditor holding any security or making any claim which shall not be admitted hy the .aid Executor», is to produce such security or pro?*: such claim beforo the Master in Equity, at hi» Chambers, King-street, Sydney, on a day to be agreed upon by »uah creditor ahtthlhe said executor», and to be fixed by the Master in Equity.

Dated this twtnty-Hventh day of Mav, A.n. 1687. ??

GORDON and GARRAWAY,

Solicitors for the Plaintiff»,

Young. By Cape and Kent (their agen ti),

_Pitt and Hunter street», Sydney. _ IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH

WALES.

ECCLESIASTICAL JURISDICTION.

In the Will of THOMAS PERIGO, late of Rockdale, near Sydney,

in the colony of New South Wales, Gentleman, deceased.

NOTICE 1» hcrobv given that after the expiration of foul teen days from the publication hereof In . the New South Wales Government Gazette, application will be made to this Honorable Court, in its Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction, that Piobateof the last and Testament of THOMAS PERIGO, who departed this Ufe on or about the eighteenth day of Mar instant, may he granted to JOHN HENDERSON BRIUG8. of St. Mary-street, Camperdown, near Sydney aforesaid, Dray Proprietor, and JAMES W.ILSON SCOTT1, of Castleioagh-street, Sydney aforesaid, Tailor, the

Executor» in the »aid Will named.

JOHN DAWSON and SON,

Proctors for the said Executors,

88, Pitt-street, Svdncv.

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW Sr" H

WALES.

EcCLTSIASTICAI. JURISDICTION.

In the Will of EDWARD BREEN, late of Berrima, In the colony

of New South Wales, Fanner, docca^cd.

NOTICE is hereby given that after the cxpirat'ou of fourteen days from the publication hereof, application will be made for Probate of the last Will and Testament of the abovenamed deceased. Dated this 25th dav of Mar, 1887.

HENRY MOLESWORTH OXLEY',

Proctor for the Executors, Bowral. Bv his Agents-RUSSELL JO.STS BROTHERS.

IN_THE~SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH

WALES.

ECCLESIASTICAL JURISDICTION.

In the Land, Goods, Chattels, Credits, and Effects of JAMES

WALSH, lato of St. Leonards, near Sydney, in the colony of New South \\ ales, Publican, deceased, Intestate.

NOTICE is horebv given that, after the expiration of fourteen days from the publication hereof, in the New South Walts Go- vernment Gazette, application «ill be made to this Honourable Court, in its Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction, that Letters of Adminis- tration of all and singular the Land», Goods, Chattels, Credits, and Effects of the abovenamed JAMES WALSH, who died on or about the twentieth day of M.iy instant, Intestate, may be granted to JAMES WALSH, of bt. Leonards, near Sydney afore- said, Farmer, the second Son of the said deceased.

Dated at Svdney this twentv-slxth day of May, A.D. 1O87.

JOHN" DAWSON and SON,

Proctor» for the Administrator,

88, Pitt-street,

_" _¡sydney.

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NÊlV SOUTH

WALES.

NOTICE !s hereby given that I, JAMES FRANCIS THOMAS, now residing at No. 101, Fituroy-street, Moore Park, Sydney, lately »ervlrg under Articles of Clerkship to John Acton Dawson, of No. 88, Pitt-street, Sydnev, solicitor, Intend to apply on the last day of the present term to be admitted as Attorney, Solicitor, and Proctor of this Honourable Court.

Doted at Sydney, this 25th dav of May, 1887.

_ J. FRAS. THOMAS.

IN~THE SUPREME COURT OF N£W SOUTH

WALES.

Take NOTICE that I, WALTER G EORGE PARISH, of Gurth, Glebe Point-road, near Sidney, in the colony of New South Wales, lately serving under Art'cles of Clerkship to Henry Houghton Burton Brndby, of Svdney aforesaid, i-olicltor. intend, on the last da; of the piescnt te m, to nn|li to bo ndm.tted as u Solicitor. Atto' nev, and Proctor of this H>i ourable Court.

Dated the 25th day of May, 18S7.

_WALTER G. PARISH.

IÑ~THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH

WALES.

NOTICE Is hereby givon that I, WILLIAM EUSEBIUS DWYER, of Goulburn, lately serving under Articles with Augustine Matthew Betts, of Goulburn, and by Aksignmcnt with Sidney John Bull, of Sydney, Solicitors ut the said Supreme Court, intend on the last day of the present term to apply to bo admitted as an Attorncv, Solicitor, and Proctor of this Honour- able Court. Dated at Sydney, this 25th day of May, A D. 1887.

_W.JÙ. DWYER.

IN-ÏHÉ SUPREME COURT OF~NEW SOUTH

WALES.

NOTICE U herebv given that I, CHARLES WILLIAM SCHRADER, residing at Winstanley, Ba) sn ater-roatl, Darling- hurst, Sydney, and lately serving under Articles of Clerkship to George Thomas Chambers, of East Maitland, solicitor, and by Assignment to William Consett Proctor, of Sydney, roUcttor, Intend to apply, on the last day of the present term, to be ad- mitted a» a Solicitor, Attorney, and Proctor of the Supreme Court of Now South Wales. Dated at Sydney, this 25th day ot May, A.n. 1887. _C._W. SCHRADER.

IN~THE~~SÜPREME COURT OF NEW" SOUTH

WALES.

NOTICE is hereby given that I, THOMAS HUGHES, of Kin coppal. Elisabeth Bay, Sydney, lately serving under articles of clerkship to Mr. Thomas Michael Slattery, of 129, Elizabeth street, Sydney, solicitor, intend lo APPLY, on the hut day of the prcsont term, to be admitted an Attorney, Solicitor, and Proctor

of thi» Honorable Court.

Dated this 25th day of May, A.D. 1887.

_ _TnO\IAS HUGHES.

IN "THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH

WALES.

NOTICE ia hereby given that I, ALEXANDER JOHN COR MACK, of Seirsteln, Snail'» Bay, a Master of Art» of University of Sydnev, Intend to apply on the last day of the present term to he admitted Attorney, Solicitor, and Proctor of this Honourable Court. A. J. CORMACK.

Dated thi« 25th day of May, A.D. 1S87._ fTTTHE SUPREME COURT OF NEW~~5ÜÜTH JL WALES.

TAKE NOTICE that I. JAMES CAMPBELL THOM, of Rock- dale, near Sydney, in the colony of New South Wales, lately serving under Articles of Clerkship to Gi orge James Sly, of 32A, York-street, Sy 'ney aforesaid, Solicitor, Intend to apply, on the IBU day of the present trrm, to be admitted an Attorney, Solicitor, and Proctor of this Honorable Court.

Dated at Sydney, this 25th o' Mav, A.D. 1887.

_ _ JAMES OTHOM.

I'rTTHE SUPREME CÖU"RTHÖF""NEW SOUTH

WALES.

NOTICE is horebj given that I, HENRY OLIVER HEATH, of Wagga Wagga, lately serving undei Article» of Clsrkship to James Robert Garland, of Wagga Wagga, one of the aftqjncy«, solicitóla, and proctors of this Honorable Court, intend to apply on the lut dny of the present term to be admitted a» an Attorney, Solicitor, and Proctor of the Supreme Court of New South Wales.

Dated thi» 25th day of May, 1887.

_ ___HENRY OLIVER HEATH.

QUEEN'S "JUBILEE TOWNSHIP.-Continuation

Auction Sole. TO-MORROW AFTERNOON, of Balance, very cheap. £1 deposit, 2s Od weeklv, easier terms larger buyers, free train ticket». Garrard and Hamilton, 122A, Elizab»th-»tr«eU ,

T7"10T(YflIA, by the Grace of On* »*«. T *"*

dltionil Purchaser, Decca ed 7 *""" om ^dtt.Cm

OllFUISO -

ton departed this life on the seconddnTot M"?'dJ°h»% eight hundred and eight- ,U lmvmg at tL til ",T, lho,la»l

goods chattels cr dits aid eücctswti, ".i ", bb ^«o

do hereby pe,cmptoril, cite,o,a"d el h7Ttl^otar V

"M Mote ourWd '\ on THUBSDAT eleven ocbcUotl,

sonall) or bl our 'protfo duT con tlltë.ï ï ?T* »» Court, at the Courthouse king s"cet SydT « lS.Í,re(«"ad

__."J|£?;;;ÏÏ*A why the snmo~sVouïd'not"bc eoramitt7dVo\w,,n T "" Charles M'hen/le as a creditor otîta __AïW_i|P*

Slllllcir-nt security and further to do and reteivï .i"? ghhlí

justice shall appertain m der p-iln of suchÏte« of «*¿M H

lion being granted to the .»Id Kenneth CharT, M Ä?"

creditor of the said deceased u&enzeiii

W itness,-the Honornble «ir FnrnmcK DAIUCT k»i.i,t

oMlay! A "~B87°Ur 8a"1 C°Urt' " ^^ »««Ä'?

ï (i s ) T W GAERETT

JOHN THOM \S RF4DT01ÎD IWor ^leM*!

M Kenrio, Bourke by W 1 A SuonTKti 118 Pitt «wt sï4n ? NOTICE is lieiebs giventhutl, NEVILLE WHm

CLirFE MON TAGU, of 1 stherville, loung street Srf ,i,t?}f,fÄrTlnK uni]cr articles of cl"kslliP to iSfife of Pfeilllp-strcct Svdnei nfoiesaid, Esquire, s Soff oft Súpleme Court of Vow South Wales Intend on the lut J.Vh

the presort tci ra to apply for admission as a Solicitor of it.

Honorable Court ",nj

Dated at Sydnoy this twenty fifth day of Mav A.B WV

_. M-VlILE W MONHCB

"VfO lier is hereby giyen that application is intended h 11 be made to the Parliament of New «oath V ale, dann!»,

present session there if for leave to bring in ti bill to «"£, and empower MATTHEW WOOD GRrF\ stZÄT colony of South Australia Minister GEORGE MORMsos "! Sidney in the colony of Now South Wale Whcelwrirh!.,{

JOU< LOCKIER of Sydney aforesaid Carpenter ft","mm

trustees under Indenture of Conveyance, of the tirelth dn J August one thousand eight hundred and shti eight to Jw otherwise dispose of all th it parcel of 1 ind situated in Flizib h street In the parish of Saint Lawrence, in the cltyoISv-t containing by sdmeisurement thirteen perches and aaaarterof, perch, commencing on the building line of Elizabeth «treetanj bearing easterly eleven fci t from and parallel to the hou«c "»J the occupation of Mi 1ACKSOS thirty sh feet on the eut ¿ti line bearing north-cnstei ly fortj -three feet eight inches on _ north-east by a line bearing east forty three degrees tweatt minute» south tn cnt\ eight feet on the south-east bj i La bearing south westerly twenty seven feet on the east britis bearing soutlieilv and parallel to the building hne of EI »beth street, twenty eight feet eight inches on the south bl ah» bearing westerly end parallel to tho line firstly described eerettr feet to Fllîabeth-street and on the westby the building Intel that street bearing northerly thirty eight feet eight Imbestofts point of commencement be the said several dimensions a 1 ahttle moro or less nnd to apply the proceeds of such sale uron trwi of a slmllnr nature to those set out In said Indenture

Dated this fifth day of May, 188'

M CULI OCÍi and M CL LI OCH

Solicitors for the said bul

1.1 Pitt «tree!

_Stansr

NOTICE is hereby guen that it is the intent on of ti»

Borough of Balmain to np] ly to the 1 «Hamel t of \tv «outh W ales for a bill to enable the said Dorn gb to uie on lease purchase or otherwise acquire for am term estate oili torcst, lands situate outside of but a ljolning to or alatli; upon the boundaries of the said Borough nud formine; put of any of the shot es forestares or harbour of Port Jackson oroi any of thebes or inlets thereof and to construct thereon ni and also on lands ulreadv le isel from the Government of Nut «oath Wales or from her "Maieotv the Queen wharfs jetti« piers landing places waiting room« and other erection! ul improvements, and to reioii and re build the same and to tils on lease purchase or acquire for any term estate or inte-Kt from the ? tiri Government or from her said Ma . tv all or u; wharfs jetties, piers or lnndlng-pl ices alreadv erected within,o adjoin ng ornear to the boundnrtcs of the slid bonni h and to

repair and rebuild the same and for such pur] oses to bono» moneys and also use and apply the rates and Income of the u.4 Borough, and to make br-laws and regulations for the mimes ment of, and foi and In respect of all or «nv of the said vhirii jetties, pier , landing-places waiting rooms, and other ereciu and improvements and to impose tule demand récurer c1 recel vo tolls rates and dues for and in respect of the ute thereof or of any wharf, Jetty, pier, or landing place alreadv In po«esdoa of the said Borough bv nn\ person or persons eompanv or com-

panies and to let and demise the same, and for the other pur-

poses In the said bill mentioned

Dated the tenth day of Miv A D 18S7

WILI1AM HILSON PIGOTT

Solicitor for the Bill.

_ 60, Castlereagh street Sydney T» AND WICK ASH»

The House Committee acknowledge, with THtNh* the receipt of a very nice assortment of HHEWORhS from Mean. MYFRS and SOLOMON, of George street fortheannnsnuntol the children

JOSEPH COULTER.

_Superintendent

ADY, without friend and m a starling condition re- quests HELP from the charitable y\ant P 0 Oifori^t.

BLINCMEíTS FRlEM)L"i Benefit Society-Bootu,

200 Goulburn street Money adv need to bl ni person to purchase material for work Applications for relief from Wiri persons in distress promptly attended _

NATIONAL FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE

COMPAW OF \El\ ZEALAND

CAPITAL, £2 000 090 ASSLTS, £318 161

DIVIDEND WARRANTS for the half year ended veitch

last are now ready, and aie payable to Shor«bo!dl""tn 111 Register at that date . , ,

bharoholders at a distance may have the warrants fomrdeú

by po* unbending instructions ^ ^ __

Masig!.', ¡\ew South Wales Branch

17, Bridge-street Sydney_

rpHE AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK BASK.

Incorporated hy Act of Council 1855.

A BRANCH of this Bank is now OPEN' at Drake, FiMrd Goldfield, in the New England District of this colony,forth transaction of all usual banking business.

By order of the Board.

FRANCIS ADAMS,

General Manager. Sydney, 2Cth May, 1837.

R. PHILIP SHERIDAN desires to intimate fa! j-ijm. he has severed his connection with the N'eir ïorl li'eAs suranco Company, and accepted an appointment from the atari Han Mutual Provident Society. Address 99, Elizabeth-street._

M1

GEORGE BOWER,-Please cull for repaired Cotter

tina. Simonsen, Direct Supply Assoc'atjon,6j4^eon>>t.

p-H-A L L E X 0 E.

We, the undersigned, hcrebv CHALLENGE the decisionoftbe Judge» In the Wine Section In connection with the Agncuitcni Society for the sum of £25, as follows i-That under certain to dillons they cannot arrive at the same verdict as per pullM« report, should thov consent to re-judge the wines, and cowrus above amount. In the e«. cnt of the above not }*ty«vmT are prepared to stake the sum of £25 against nil. toheequilrr

divided between the Sydney Hospital ana St. ^cenTiHg if three approved, competent, and ««interested perwudot« give a different decision, If such con be found, to re-J»»ptu wineä- BOUFFIER BROS.

Oxford-street, Sydney._,,-*-?

CT"T~T~'"S-F~I R E W 0 OS.

R1 A

C3-C _

QUEEN'S JUBILEE. .

FIREWORKS IN GREAT VARIETY

Estimates given for Illumination hi coloured Ugntsonw

'lí LANE, 114. Sussex-street, Agent; or SCOTT'SFACIOBt,

near Refoniiatoi7,_SouthJlejd._-_

"TCHARD" BURTON, 3C3, George-streer.imMrteroi

choice Needlework, Glast. Shades, and Berta woo»

-A.-DEBNEY AND «*

successors to

HOBSON and WHITIXO,

GENTLEMEN'S OUrFirrEUS, Se,

1J, Hunter-street,

_ «Srdncr._-kvFv -Hi-SYDNEY MERCANTILE AGSH-,

80, Pitt-street, ,

Conducts Arrangements with Creditors and all General

Agency Business._

WE~iï^to~ïïïïpection"of Tr lsrtre «.nd well-as»««

Stock of all classes of FIRM li UK ... ^j

If unable to pay us a visit, write for our revised IlltbtnW

House Darnlshing Guide.

CAMPBELL BROS., Ko«, al I unifliing A«aae,

_ _ 428. (.KOlUiD-SJTtKKr.__-j M"~TÉTINGS of Companies, Creditors, ^.,"i»T»-^

in the Large Room of the *T$£TfäT

CHAMBEBS, 120, Pitt-street, opposite General ro>i "".«

Free train tickita. Gurrai d and Hamilton, 12.*, tu«»!____

MONA VALE, "'"" M -\

PITTWATER. . '

COACHES leave the Pier atlianV i'^A^fbuP of the 12.30 steamer fromiS}dnçv. toconvej [°'e"Ä°«ri.

the Ground, TO-MORROW. MJLLSsnçmL&A'açu^^

WHEE STEAMER Iron. Ko. 3 Jcttv C.reuUQ$,

r at 2.30 p.m. TO-MOKBun. o _

"?* DAY. 28th Instant.forsaleofCHOIC«

SITES, HOTEL, rnd COTOBM« WATSON'S DU', tsaytera». Uti*

Tickets ready. trnrVCH

RICHAkDSONandJ¡MM¿,

F" RINT1NG MACHIN"Êlo7sAïCTHoe'sROT

MACHINE, capable of printing » :ncwW«' ««£» " J Sydney Mau, or considerably larger if nfcesssrv, siu»

fCc?pi« per hour. Apglyto John Fairfax «J "^gj, OECONDTHÄNTTMACHi NERY for |£«j£"

WAHIÏD. . ^«^rSSSS »*

for a 24-feet open boat; must be m g«T"

A. B. D., Park-street Post-office.-rnn;TPw5bl»

WANTED, a" 10-sta'mper Bitta-T»"11 lbEn'L Hen":

or Fixed Engine and ¿oihir^abew^^^

WANTED, secondhand ^JlS^tfiXr)*

delivered'in Sydney, capable of deUvering» , r_ an hour wi^»t hlfh. Box 164, 0. P. 9;-flj

M0NA V1LÉ7^TT¡T

COACHES leave the Pier at Manly tam«¡Wg& *$f

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