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Amusements.

THEATRJü ROYAL,.

Under the Management of

Messrs. Williamson, Garner, and Musgrove.

.Lease« ... ,,. .Mr. S. Lanar.

Cub-lessee.Mr.M.SIMONSEN.

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

LAST NIGHT)

LAS>T NIGHT ) BUT ONE LAST NIGHT )

of

THE NEW ROYAL ITALIAN OPERA SEASON THE NEW ROYAL ITALIAN OPERA SEASON,

THI8 (THURSDAY) EVENING. May 26th,

when will be given for

THE LAST TIME ) LA SONNAMBULA THE LAST TIME > LA SONNAMBULA

THE I.\ST TIME ) LA SONNAMBULA.

.. TO-MORROW (FRIDAY) EV1 XING. May 27th,

tho LAST NIUIIT of the SEASON,

the ever-« clcome opera,

FAUST FAUST FAUST.

Conductor, Signer ROBERTO HAZON.

BsZ «fnaa open duily from 10 till 5 at Pallag and Co.'a, .eorga-atreet.

T

HEAT. RE ROYAL. ALL ACCOUNTS against Mr. M. Simonsen must be rendered THIS DAY, for payment TO-MORROW, Friday, the 27th;_

THEATRE R O YA L.

Under the management of Messrs. WILLIAMSON,

GARNER, and MUSGROVE.

Lessee, Mr. Banu. Lazar. Treasurer, Mr. Geo. L. Goodman.

Qcnoral Business Manager, Mr. II. R. Harwood.

1887. NEW SEASON. ' 1887.

MANAGERIAL NOTE.

Messrs. WILLIAMSON, GARNER, and MUSGROVE

Will resume activo management of the THEATRE ROYAL, and INAUGURATE a NEW SEASON on SATURDAY, May 28.

The Initial attraction will be the First Appearance in Sydney of

BROUGH and BOUCICAULT'S

< LONDON BURLESQUE COMPANY",

In the new three-net

OPERATIC and DRAMATIC EXTRAVAGANZA

written by H. P. Stephens and W. Ynrdley, and entitled

LITTLE JACK SHEPPARD LITTLE JACK SHEPPARD LITTLE JACK SHEPPARD LITTLE JACK SHEPPARD LITTLE JACK SHEPPARD LITTLE JACK SHEPPARD.

AN OPERAI A DRAMA 1 AN EXTRAVAGANZA !

TRIA JUNCTA IN UNO.

Hundreds havo Inquired, Why do you elnssify It thus f We answer, It is an OPERA if it be judged by the quantity and S.uality of the incidental, vocal, and orchestral music, the per

ectlon of the choruses and artistic instrumentation by tho best ? available musicians in Anttralia, under the baton of the best

conductor. Again, it is a DRAMA because it followa in an excit- ing degree all tho leading incidents of the well-known novel ao graphically written and pictured bv Harrison Ainsworth and George Cruikshank. Further, it is an EXTRAVAGANZA inas- much thnt it affords ample scope for most beautiful and elaborate acenio display, elegant and plcturesquo costumes, superb np ? ointments, startling and comic situations, delicious dance«, A'o.

n short, nothing is stinted, nothing is, begrudged, nothing is overlooked which will lead to absolute perfection. The best artistes In each department arc engaged. Their best effoits are 111 «rally encouraged, the best materials are used, a perfect har- mony 1» secured by careful rehearsals, to which is s'ipcraddetl the skill of the limner, the talents of the actors and actresses, and the inventive faculty of the stage manager.

BOX PLAN NOW OPEN

AT TfíE THEATRE,

where seats may bo booked.

, .Notwithstanding the enormous expense attending this

production,

NO ADVANCE IN PRICES. Dress Circle. Si. StnllB, 3s.

_FAMILY CIRCLE, ONE SHILLING._

M

R. LOCKE RICHARDSON.

FRIDAY, TO-MORROW, 27th.

LOCKE RICHARDSON OTHELLO LOCKE RICHARDSON OTHELLO . LOCKE RICHARDSON OTHELLO

LOCKE RICHARDSON OTHELLO LOCKE RICHARDSON OTHELLO LOCKE RICHARDSON OTHELLO LOCKE RICHARDSON OTHELLO LOCKE RICHARDSON OTHELLO LOCKE RICHARDSON OTHELLO LOCKE RICHARDSON OTHELLO LOCKE RICHARDSON OTHELLO

Y. M. C. A. HALL.

Prices.-4B, SS, 2S ; family ticket for 6, £1. Box plan at Nicholson's._Manager, L. J. LOHR.

HTa.S. PÏKAFORÈ -REHÈARSAïToïTHURS

. DAY, at 8 p.m., in the School of Art», Burwood.

WARATAH FOOTBALL CLUB.-A SMOKE

CONCERT, in aid of the abor», will be held at Raioford's Hotel, Oxford-slrect, THI8 EVENING, at 8 p.m. Old tickets available;_P. HOLDSW ORTH, Hon. Secretary.

C O T T ' S FI RE \V O R K"S.

S

QUEEN'S JUBILEE.

FIREWORKS IN GREAT VARIETY.

Estimates given for Illumination in coloured Lights or Fire-

work«.

H. LANE, 114, Sussex-street. Agent ; or SCOTT'S FACTORY, Bear Reformatory, South Head._

O Y AL P OLYTE CHNIC,

490, GEORGE-STREET.

NOW ON VIEW.

A MONSTER ALLIGATOR ALIVE.

Measuring 15 feet in length and weighing 18001b, , , Also the BULLI COAL MINES.

' Dr. HARLEY'S LIVING BUST MY8TERY.

ENGRAVING and ETCHING on GLASS.

MECHANICAL MODEL. THE LOST CHILD.

' Grand Cosmorama. Curios. Gipsy Fortune Teller. ' ' Electrical Appliances of all kinds, Arc, ¿te.

_Admission, One Shilling ; children, Sixpence._

OYAL POLYTECHNIC-Important ""Notice. _Schools ndmitted at half the usual prices.

SY FORTUNE-TELLER, at tho Royal Poly _technic. No extra chai gc._ CHOOL OT? Ï N D U S T ÊTT.

S

The ANNUAL BALL In aid of the above Institution will bo held in the Exhibition Building on TUESDAY EVENING, tho ' 31st of May, under tho distinguished patronage and in the

presence of

His Excellency the GOVERNOR, G.C.M.G., and Lady CARRINGTON

The Hon. Sir ALFRED STEPHEN, C.B., G.C.M.G. H'i Honor the CniEF JUSTICE, Kt. Renr-Admlral FAIRFAX. R.N.

Major-General RICHARDSON, CB. Colonel ROBERTS, R.A., aid

His Right Worshipful the MAYOR OF SYDNEY.

Cards may be obtained from the following Gentlemen, who have kindly oonsonted to act as Stewards : Charles BiUyard, Esq.

Robert J. Browning, Esq. Gerald Campbell, Esq.

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

John B. Donkin. Esq.)

J. Arthur Dowling, Esa.

C. Cecil Griffiths, Esq. ' .

Tho Hon. Sir John Hay,

K.C.M.G.

Dr. Edward Jenkins

The Hon. Edward Knox,

M.L.C.

* George E. Labertouche, E«q.

"William Laidley, Esq.

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

The Hon. William Macleay,,

M.L.C.

Ills Hon. Sir William Manning,

Kt.

Jnmes S. Mitchell, Esq. George Miller, Esq.

Fi cderick Moore, Esq. William E. Mort, Esq.

Christopher Rolleston, Esq.,

C.M.G.

William B. Scott, Esq. ' F. Villeneuve-Smith, Esq. John Street, Esq.

Consett Mephen, Esq.

Edward R. Dens-Thomson, Esq. The Hon. John B. Watt, M.L.C. Also from

Messrs. Turner and Hendcrbon, Allerding and Son, and Fairfax and Roberts, of Huntei-street; Messrs. Loyd nnd Collina, Flnvelle and Roberts, and David Jones and Co., of George-street ; and Mr. Baumaiui, of Pitt-street.

PRICE

Gentlemen, 20s ; ladies, 15s.

Mr. Taylor's splendid BAND will perform, tho piano used on tho occasion being kindly lent by Messrs. Paling and Co.

SUSAN E. MACLEAY,

Hon. Sec.

Ï" TENEDICTS' BALL, Exhibition Building, Prince 3 Alfred Park-Carnages and Cabs proceeding to the Ball will drive along Eli/abeth-street and turn into Bedford-street, entering the park grounds by the south-cast gate, opposite Bed- ford-street, setting down at the south entrance of tho Exhibition Building, passing then round by the west side of the building and leaving the park by the noith-east entrance._ *_ DANCING CLASS for Beginner*, Mondays and

Thursdays. 4 and 8 p.m., New Oddfellows' Hall, EÍizabcth street, near Llvei pool-street. Private lesson« in all fashionable dancing by applying N. SARGANT, 145, ElUabcth-street. _ DANCING CLASSES for LndieB and Gentlemen;

successfully conducted by Mrs. C. RE \D the last 26 years. Monday and Thursday evenings. Assembly Rooms, Williain «treot, near Riley-street.___ _ THE SENSATION OF THE AGE.  

THE SENSATION OF THE AGE.

THE MARVELLOUS GRAVITY RAILROAD THE MARVELLOUS GRAVITY RAILROAD

commonly called the ROLLER COASTER.

The most exhilarating, bracing, healthful, and invigorating

exercise in the world.

Skating and Sleigh-riding Superseded.

Come one, come all, see it, and join in the fun.

TRULY THE MARVEL and SENSATION OF THF AGE.

The lease of the above great attraction expires Saturday evening  

next, POSITIVELY, and CANNOT BE RENEWED.

It will be open to the public for the present week   ONLY TILL 10 O'CLOCK EVERY EVENING.

BELMORE PARK. BELMORE PARK. BELMORE PARK. BELMORE PARK.

RIDES FOR THE MILLION. RIDES FOR THE MILLION. RIDES FOR THE MILLION. RIDES FOR THE MILLION. BIDES FOR THE MILLION. RIDES FOR THE MILLION.

THREEPENCE. THREEPENCE. THREEPENCE. THREEPENCE. THREEPENCE. THREEPENCE. THREEPENCE. THREEPENCE. THREEPENCE.

DON'T FORGET IT. Only 5 days and evenings more. FTÎHE COLUMBIA ELITE SKATING RINK" X SYDNEY EXHIBITION BUILDING.

The largest Amusement Pa'a c in the v» odd devoted exclusively

to ROLLER SKATING.

OPEN EVERY AFTERNOON and EVENING (except when notice is givon to the contrary) as a first-class place of popular amusement, wh*rc good order and decorum aro rigidly enforced.

ADMISSION-ONE SHILLING.

There is also a Special Session in the morning for Ludios onlv, to encourage them in acquiring the art. To this session

admission la free,

Mr. WALLACE, the Premier Skater, gives a

Performance Every Evening.

Note -All day THURSDAY, May 26, and TUESDAY, Mav 31, the Rlrik will be CLOSED, tho building having been engaged for

»ball._- ' 'TENOLÄN (late Fish River) CAVES.-Savo moncyon ?J yourtrlps by_booking at the Tourist's Burea», 6. Bridge-st.

II^KEE-STEAMER from No. 3 Jetty, Circular Quay, Ji11"* at 2 10 p.m. next SATURDAY, 2»th """ Instant, for sale of CHOICE SITES,

HOTEL, and COTTAGES at WAT- SON'S BAY. Easy terms. Llihos.

RICHARDSON and WRENCH.

NEW1 "OPERA HOUSE.

Under the Management of Mr. B. N. JONES.

Stage Manager . Mr. CHAS. SEAGRAVE.

"A luugh is worth u thousand groans in any market."

NOTICE.-In consequence of the enormous success attending tile production of CURRENT COIN it will continue to bo the " Piece de resistance" nt this theatre for the next

8 EIGHT NIGHTS S

bemg the concluding nurina of this highly successful season.

10th AVKKK - 10th

CHATTAN RIG US' SEASON

(by arrangement with Sir. Churlos. Macmahon).

/ ANOTHER GRAND SUCCESS.

Immense reception of Mr. GEORGE HERBERT,

as BOWLES.

Tho,HOU8E CROAA'DE».

The APl'LAUSi: TUMULTUOUS.

The DRAMA SPLENDIDLY MOUNTED. A MOST PRONOUNCED SUCCESS.

THIS (THURSDAY) EVENING, MAY 26,1887,

The gi eat English chiiinctcr actor,

GEORGE HERBERT, as BOWLES,

in the Now Sensational Dillina, in a Prologue and Three Acts,

entitled

CURRENT COIN, or SNARED.

The Latest London Success. Box plan at Nicholson and Co.'s.

MINNIE PALMER'S FAREAVELL.

PERT. PERT. PERT. Box plan now open.

NLT E~W OPEfi HOUSE.

Undor the Management of B. N. JONES.

SATURDAY", JUNE 4, 1887.

|MY SWEETHEART,

in

PERT, PERT. PERT,

and HER STEPMOTHER,

MINNIE PALMER A Conudv Drama, MINNIE PALMER MINNIE PALMER roplete with humour, MINNIE PALMER MINNIE PALMER pathos, and touches MINNIE PALMER MINNIE PAI MER of hoineh sentiment MINNIE PALAIER MINNIE PALAIER and domestic life, MINNIE PALMER MINNIE PALMER w hlch appeal to every MINNIE PALMER MINNIE PALMER heart-a poem vi ritten MINNIE PALMER MINNIE PALMER bv Fredk. Marsden, MINNIE TALMER MINNIE PALMER Esq._MINNIE PALMER ACADEMY OF M'fJSlu.

Lessee.F. E. Kilcool».

LAST NIGHT BUT TWO LAST NIGHT BUT TWO

of

JO FANNY WISEMAN JO JO FANNY WISEMAN JO

in Charles Dickens'» BLEAK HOUSE.

THE VIVIANS , are to be congratulated on this, their latest production.

A'ide public press.

&MÎ!DW,0K} _-?. HELEN VIVIAN.

Box Plan at Nicholson's. Popular prices, Ss, 2s, Is.

_II. J. SAMUF.LL. Man»ger.

ACADEMY OF STÜSIC, SUNBÄY NTGHT,

SAMUiLL'S AT HOME. Twenty Ladles, A'ocolisU, Instru- mentalists. U Cd, Is, and Gd._ A"CADEMY OF MUSIC to LET for a short season. _Apply F. E. Hiscocks._ STRASBURG CLOCK,

APOLLO nALL,

Kidman's-buildings, Market-street.

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

LAST AVEEKS.

PROCESSION of the APOSTLES every 15 MINUTES.

Spcoial arrangements for schools at reduced rates.

MATINEE, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, for CHILDREN.

Admission, Is; children, Gd.

C. JAMESON, Proprietor. W.M. OIFFETT, Agent.

YDNEY TURF CLUB

S

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.

To be started at 3 p.m.

TOE VETERANS' RACE. To bo started at 3.45 p.m.

TOE CORINTHIAN 8TAKES.

To be started at 4.30 p.m.

MEMBERS of the A. J. C. and, two Ladies will be admitted FREE to the paddock on presentation of their own and ladies' tiekets, already issued j in default of which they will havo to pay the usual charges.

IMPORTANT NOTICE.

MEMBERS ARE PARTICULARLY REQUESTED TO INSTRUCT THEIR 8ERVANTS TO REMAIN IN THE CAR RLAGE PADDOCK, THE BOUNDARY OF WHICH IS DEFINED BY NOTICE BOARDS, AS ANY FOUND OUT- SIDE ITS LIMITS AVILL BE REMOVED FROM THE

RESERVE.

All HANSOMS, CABS, and VAN'S having been driven into the grounds and the passenger delivered, mutt be placed and KEPT at the station provided tor them, and the HORSES tied up in the bono paddocks. NOTE.-THIS REGULATION AVILL BE

STRICTLY ENFORCED.

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

HORSE before they aro released.

NO RACEHORSES, except those engaged in the races of tho dav, will be allowed in the SADDLING PADDOCK.

PASSENGERS bv TRAMWAY will please note that a separate Ticket Office and Entrance to the Saddling Paddock has been placed at the CORNER next tho COURSE. Bv using it the crush at the entrance for passengers by vchlolcs w ill be avoided.

IMPORTANT NOTICE.

PARCEL DELIVERY VANS, CARTS, or LICENSED

VEHICLES AVILL NOT

BE PERMITTED TO CROSS THE COURSE.

TICKETS for the GRAND STAND and

SADDLING PADDOCK

can be purchased at

MEYERS', TOBACCONIST, KING-STREET,

and

NICHOLSON and CO.'S,

corner KING and GEORGE STREETS,

ON THi. RACE DAY.

T! S. CLIBBORN,

Seo. 8. T. C. 1*3, King-street, Sydney.

N

EW SOUTH WALES RIFLE ASSOCIATION.

CENTENNIAL PHI<!E MEETING,

1S83.

The Council has adopted the following Programme of Matches to be flrod at Svünev, during the First or Second Week In FEB- RUARY, and cordially invito Riflemen from all the Queen's

Dominions to take patt therein.

Entries will close on 16th January, 1888.

Post Entries, at 25 per cent, advaneo, on the Saturday preceding

the matches.

GRAND CENTENNIAL MATCH.

Open to members of the naval, military, militia, and volunteer

forces of the BritlBh Empire ; cadets and members of the New South Wales Rifle Association ; Martini-Henry or Henry rifle; entrance fee, £2.

First stage, 300 and 500 yards, 7 shots at each distance ; 47 prizes

-£15, £12, £10, ¿1, £6, £5, £4, ten at £3, and SO at £2

-£150.

Second staic. 500'and COO -»aids; 7 shots at each distance; 53

prl/ee-£:0, £15, £12, £10, £8, £0, £5, £1, 10 at £3, 35 at £2 -¿ISO.

Third stage, 500, 600, and 700 yards ; 7 shots at each distance ; CO

prbe"-£25, £20, £15, £12, £10, £8, £6, £5, two at £4, 11 at

£3. and 3D at £2-£220.

Aßgiceatc of three Stages.-150 prizes-£100, and gold medal of

the Association ; £50, £40, £30, £25. £20, £15. £12, £10, £8, £7. £6, 10 at £5,13 at £4, 45 at £j, 70 at £2-£700.

Total, 310 prizes, £1250.

Competitors to be limited tJ winning one stage prize and one aggregate. Anv competitor making a winning score In more than one stage sholl be the winner in that stage in which his winning score gives the pri/o of greatest value ; and in coses where the winning score gives prizes of equal value he Bhall he the winner in the earliest stage in which o winning score wa» made. The 700 yards to be shot at a second-class target.

CENTENNIAL TEAMS' MATCn.

Restricted to members of the naval, military, militia, and volun-

teer forces ot the British Empire. To bp competed for by teams of eight. England. Ireland, and Scotland, or the three combined ; India, and anv colony or dependency of Great Britain, to be at liberty to enter one representative team. Martini-Uenrv rifle ; entranco ree, ntl ; SOO, 500, and 600 ittrds-15 shots at each ; prize lo winning team, £100.

, Aiiy competitor ¡neither mutch making »nil, P. 8. will be awnrded a special prize of £2. i

Rifles must be Martlni-Ilcnrv, or Henry, as issued by tho various

Governments, or of bona tide Government pattern, and bear- ing the Oovcnnioiit viewer's mark ; minimum pull ot trigger Sights.-'['he foresight, which may be coloured, must bo (a) as

originally issued, or (b) the barleycorn or apex may bo re ducrd to gauge, but in no instance shall it bo finer or have a nat rower base. The backsight must bo ta) as originally issued; or (5) with a temporary line on sliding bar or fore cap or on both, removable at pleasure, instead of the A or permanent lines or (c) with a sliding bar to move horiron tally, as a wind-gauge, on a dovetail or pins ; or (<i; with slip of paper on sliding bar, with a line thereon, and movable horozonmlly as a wind-gauge. Gradation» on the Vernier or othur principle may bo marked on tho backsight, and the lines may be coloured.

Position.-Prone, I.e., head to target.

The g»noral regulations of the New South Walos Rifle Associa- tion will be obsened In the conduct of these matches.

The Council hopes to be able to supplement this list with ot*er

mBtcheJ" W. FOSKETT,

Secretary.

Tv^TLÏAM~ JOHNSON, herohy challenge nur man

living in the Hawkesbury district at 10 stone weight or over , MtÍMa"' 1887. WILLIAM JOHNSON.

GLEBE ->nd Disenraircd for SATURDAY, 2Stl\ Went- j

woilb Park. J. H. Dunkin, Record Room, G. P. O. I m~R Y THE NEW IDEA.

Gentlemen requiring an Overcoat for the AVinter at Wholesale Prico can procure what they require at A. FINLAYSON and CO.'S, 14, York-»treot, id, Krskinc-strcet, and 117, Harri»-»treet,

Pyrmont.

R

OYAL STANDARD IHF.ATRK. ' Lessee." ,., Mr. Fraak Smith. Managcrfor Mr. F. Smith'.Mr. J. Graat.

Under the Management of Mr. DAMP1ÜR.

BRILLIANT RECEPTION '

of the popular London Artists.

Mr. H. C. SIDNEY and Miss ALICE NORTON

in

LOST IN LONDON LOST IN LONDON

NOTE.-Mr. H. C. SIDNEY and Miss ALJCE NORTON were rccelvod last ovening with cnthuslaitlo cheer«, and the delighted apectaton emphatically endorsed the London opinion! on the

merita of " LOST IN LONDON."

THIS (THURSDAY) EVENING..

Produettonof the thrilling, Bcti8tulomü,,and emotional EagUih

. drama, in four nots, by Watts Phillips. Esq., entitled

LOST IN LONDON.

Tho drama produced under the direction of Mr. Dampier.

JOB ARMROYD .Mr. II. C. SIDNEY

NELLY. .Miss ALICE NORTON

supported by the popular company of

AUSTRALIAN ARTISTS. Box plan at Nicholson's Music Warehouse.

Prlcos-Dre-t clrol», 8s; stalls, 2s; pit, li.

,_FRED. GUNTHER. Bus In tu U«na«»r.

L H A M B R A MUSIC H A L L,'

George-street, Haymarket.

Proprietor and Manager, Mr. Frank Smith.

Business and Stage Manager, Mr. Edwin Shipp.

OUR THIRD YEAR.

OUR THIRD YEAR

OUR THIRD YEAR.

The propriet ir and manager bees lo return his hearty thanks for the substantial sup- port he has i ceci » ed in the past, and hopes that the many novelties he intend«, producing during the next twelve months mav meet with tbe same re- cognition a» their predeces-

sors.

SPECIAL

PROGRAMME

for Our

THIRD ANNIVERSARY.

POPULAR PRICES. THIRD YEAR THIRD YEAR

THIRDLY EAR

THIRDYEAR

THIRD~YEAR THIRD~YEAR

THIRD Y"EAR THIRD YEAR

THIRD YEAR Orefcestra chain, 2a : stalls, Is ;

balcony, ~ THIRD YEAR

THIRD~YEAR

GRAND SACRED

and i

CLASSICAL CONCERT

EVERY SUNDAY EVENING,

at 7.Ï0.

MINSTREL

SHOWS COME AND GO, BUT WE GO

"ON

FOR EVER.

S

MANLY AQUARIUM.

CORSO, MANLY.

Open dally (Sunday Included), 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., and 7 p.m. to

lo p.m. Admltslon, Is ; children, 6d.

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

Special rates for schools.

Magnificent beal Cavern, Pond, Fish Tanks, Ferneries, Sec,

Illuminated at night by Electric Light.

Excellent Music and Refreshments.

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

SPECIAL SUNDAY BOAT at 7 p.m., back at 9 p.m.

_ O. LEPLASTRIER, Secretary.

IR JOSEPH BANKS'

ELEVENTH

GRAND HANDICAP

of 250 SOTS.,

and

25 Guinea Gold Chronograph.

To be Run JUNE 11th and 18th next. To be Run JUNE 11th and I8th next.

S71 NOMINATIONS. * S71 NOMINATION'S.

Acceptances CLOSE Burrangong Hotel JUNE 4.

_FRANK SMITH., QIÄ JOSEPH BANKS' HALF-MILE HANDICAP k3 ot 65 Sovereigns. "

ENTRANCES CLOSE Burrangong Hotel SATURDAY NIGHT NEXT, May 28.

s;

FRANK SMITn.

UBURBAN BICYCLE CLUB.

NEXT SATURDAY, MAY 28. NEXT 8ATURDAY, MAY 28. NEXT SATURDAY, MAY 28.

ASSOCIATION CRICKET GROUND

FINAL AND LAST DAY

Final and Las' Day Final and Last Day

INTERCOLONIAL CHAMPION BICYCLE RACES. V1CTORLA. VICTORIA. VICTORIA. V1CXOIUA,

versus ,

vcrsut

NEW SOUTH WALES. NEW SOUTn WALES. NEW SOUTH WALES. NEW SOOTH WALES. NEW SOUTH WALES. NEW SOUTH WALES.

SUBURBAN BICYCLE CLUB

FIFTH

GRAND ANNUAL AMATEUR RACES.

Programme also includes two Races

bctv, eon

C. W. BENNETT anil CON. DWYER. C. W. BENNETT and CON. DWYER. C. W. BLN.NETT and CON. DWYER.

OVER TWO TEST DISTANCES. .

3 MILES and 10 MILES. 3 MILES and 10 MILES. 3 MILES and 10 MILES.

BEST RIDERS COMPETING,

and includes CON. DWYER

C. W. BENNETT .. T. P. JENKINS K1NNIMONT

H. A. MUTTON E. ELLIOTT

P. T. HOLLICK

, H. II. LAM »TON.

FINAL and LAST DAX. FINAL and LAST DAY. FINAL and LAST DAY,

ADMISSION :

li to Ground ; 1B (Id extra to Stand. ' Gates Open at 1 o'clock.

1st Raco Starts at 2 p.m.

S. H. FAIRLAND,

_Hon. Secretary.

A SSOCIATION CRICKET GROUND.

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 office. These tickets canajbt be issued after this date.

By order of tb« Trustees,

S. II. FAIRLAND, Secretary A. C. Ground.

Office : 99, Elizabeth-street._^____

EW SWrH~WALES ROWING ASSOCIA

TION.

INTERCOLONIAL EIGHT-OAR RACE.

VICTORIA V. NEW SOUTH WALES,

on

CHAMPIONSHIP COURSE,

PARRAMATTA RIVER,

SATURDAY, 28th MAY.

Tickets to admit Gentleman and Two Ladies to Inflexible, 20i,

To admit Gentleman to Admiral, 10s,

mav be obtained from tho Committee.

Members must produce thi'ir tickets, or thev v. ill be charged as above. They have the privilege of taking two ladies on board

Inflexible.

Extra ladies' 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 bo anchored in a good position. 'I Ickbts, 2s 6d.

A 8teamer to follow the crews In practice will leave Prince's Muirs, Circular Quay, dally, at 3 p.m.

A. GOODYEAR,

_Acting Secretary.

CPOTirp L ï M E N T A R Y FTÜTTTÜ

1 to the

INTERCOLONIAL EIGHT-OAR CREWS,

MONDAY. 30th May,

at CHOWDER BAY.

Steamers leave Cireular Quay at 10.30 a.m., noon, and 2 p.m. Double ticket», 15s; gentlemen, 12s 6d.

Holders of double tickets may obtain extra (lady's) tickets, 5s. Tickets can be had from members of the Committee of the Association ; and from R. A. Keddie, North Shore Ferry Com- pany ; and J. Blackman, C. Newton Bros, and Co's.

R. A. KEDDIE ( Picnic

' _ J. BLACKMAN j Committee.

RAND SOULLINQ CONTEST.

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DAVIS v. ANDERSON

for £100,

Over the Championship Course.

Stcamor ADMIRAL, the only boat authorised by tho Marine Bo.ird, will follow the race, carrying the Umpire, and will leave the Floating J el tv, foot of Phillip-street, Circular Quiy, at 3 p.m., on FRIDAY, 27th May. _

P.S.-Passengers bv this boat wül have a viaw of the 8YDNEY snd MELBOURNE E'IGHTB In their final run prêt tous to race.

Tickets, 2s fld. Bridge, 5s. _ _ _

EW """ SOUTH WALES GUN CLUB.

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MATCH for PURDEY GUN, arranged for FRIDAY NEXT is POSTPONED until further notice.

ENFIELD FOOTBALL' CLUB disengaged for Satur-

day, own ground. H. Brown, Druitt Town. _ m~R~"V-TTTE N~E "W IDEA.

Gentlemen requiring a Winter Suit to measure, at Wholesale Price, can procure what they require at A. FINLAYSON and CO.'H, 14, York-street, 29, Erskine-ttreet, and 117, Harris-street, Pyrmont. _;_. II ANCING.- An inspection is invited tor TuttertmU's

* Hall, corner of Castlereagh and Huntor streets. To LET foi B ills. Socials, Banquets, &o. ; splendid floor, good piano, and tmuklng-room. Apply on premises._ """"""IPSY FORTUNE-TËL13ERT3ÔO. OÏford-st., Pad

. . dington, between Beggand Regent sit. No oharge foradmii. 11PSY Mechanical EXHIBITIOtf,~èntireiy~FREE,

Ships, Zlgrags, and other Novelties at abovo address.

MONS. CAILLIAU'S ginang Classe».-New quarter

next Tuesday, Now Oddfellows' Hall, Eliiab.Hit. lOiOdqr.

GI

d

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LCRITERION THEATRE. J Sole Proprietor.Mr. Jno. Solomon.

EVERY EVENING UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

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"A sunbeam shining through the clouds, like a good deed In

a naughty world."

HENRY WARD BEECHER says :-.. It can teach a leaton to

every Christian."

The ILLUSTRATIA'E SCENERY

by

Mr. ALFRED CLINT.

Prices : 5s, 3s, 2s, and la. Children in arms not admitted. Box plan at Nicholson's.

Business Manager, MONTY BROAVNE,

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A 1 B T "X \T H E A T R E.

Louse ... ..Mr. John Solomo». Under the management of. Cogill Uro«. Manager for Cogill Bro«.Fred Duval.

" Getting ulong nlcelv, thank vou."

8th WEEK 8th. '

and Triumph mt Success of the

Universal Fnvoui Ites, COUILL BROS.'

MINSTREL AND HURl.E'.QUF. COMPANY.

80 STAU AUTISTES, SO.

TO-NIGHT, THURSDAY, MAY 20.

LAST 2 NIGHTS

of the PRE8ENT PROGRAMME. LAST 2 NIGHTS

of OUR EVENING PARTY. LAST 2 NIGHTS

of OUR EVENING PARTY'. , LAST 2 NIGHTS '

otMULDOON'S PICNIC.

SATURDAY. May 28.

ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME,

EVERYTHING NEW.

ANOTHER AA'ALANCHE OF NOVELTIES,

Entirely New. First Part OUR O'.AROEN PARTY.

MAGNIFICENT NEW SCENERY and COSTUMES,

FNllRELY NEAV FINALE,

" FUN AT THE SKATING RINK."

' FIRST TIMEOF THE " AV1IITE STATUE.»

Special Engagement of

? AV. G. LESTER,

THE WORLD'S MIMIC.

rOFULAR PRICES, Ss, 2«, and la.

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

Gorernment 5«S8SK Notices. E

XCURSION TRIPS TO THE HAWKESBURY

RIVER.

POPULAR FARES.

TICKETS at SPECIALLY REDUCED RATES will be issued at Sydney and Suburban Stations to excursionists and others

wishing to view the Hawkesbury.

SYDNEY to HAWKESBURY and BACK,

available for return for one w cek, First Class, 5s ; Second Class, 3s.

SYDNEY to PEAT'S FERRY, and return bv wav of WINDSOR,

(does not include steamer fare on tho River), '

available for retuin on day of issue. £ First Class, OB ; Second Class, 4s.

. CUAS. A. GOODCHAP,

Commissioner for Railway«. Department oTíuHways, sydney,

25th Mav, 1887."

OVERNMENT RAILWAYS.

For the convenience of passengers attending the BENEDICTS' BALL a special train will leave SYDNEY for PARRAMATTA at 2.30 a m. on FRIDAY, tho 27th instant, calling at intermediate stations a» required.

Fares from Sydney to Petersham and Intermediate stations, 2s Od. For stations beyond Potcrsham, including Parramntta, 5s.

Return tickets and scacon tickets will NOT be mallabie by this

train.

CHAS. A. GOODCHAP.

_CumsuUsloi e . for Railways.

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» Department of Mines, Sydney,

17th Var, 1887.

APPLICATION" received in tho Department of Mines

for permission to mine under roads, &c, So., under the Mining Act, 1874, section 28.

D»te of application, 18th April, 1817 ; date of receipt o' appli- cation, 26th April,' 1887 ; name of applicant, R. P. Young ; description of land applied f<r rood east of portion No. ¿i, road south of portions No». 24, 2li, and 43, road south of portions Nos. 11 and 5, county Yancowinna, ¡a i>h Albert-10 acres ; purposo for which land Is to be usen, to in.ne for silver and

lead.

_' TRANCIS ABIGAIL.

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Department of Justice, Sydney, ?? 20th Mav, 1887.

OTICE TO -TRUSTEES OF CEMETERIES,

AND OTHERS CONCERNED.

Representations having bein made to this department that in several recent Instances bod» s have been disinterred within cer- tain cemeteries without pioper authority huving been first obtained, and the question as to the legalit) of such action having been referred to the Attornc)-General, who has given an opinion thereon to the effect that the sanction of the Minister of Justice fhould be required In such cases, it is hereby notified, for the in- formation of the heads of the several religious denominations, trustees uf cemeteries, mid others conecpied, that in future no exhumation or removal of bodies should take place in any ceme- tery unices with the pro lously-obtaincd sanction of this"depart-

ment,

AVILLIAM CLARKE,

Minister of Justice.

General Post Office, Sydney,

25th Mav, 1S87.

ATTENTION is directed to Gaietto Notices inviting

Tenders for- ,

1. F.reell m of an additional Telegraph Wire on existing

poles between Pilliga and AValgett

2. Erection of additional Telegraph AVire on the existing

poles along the railway line between Dubbo and Never- tire, and for tho removal of the old telegraph wire, &o., from wooden poles on the road between Dubbo and Gongolgon, and re-erectlng such poi tlon as may be re- quired on existing iiolis along the railway line between

Nevertire anil Bom se

S. Election of a Wrnrlcn Pole Line and two wires between

Nevertire and W uren.

Convej lince of Mails between

4. One Tree Inn "'on the road between Hay and Booligal)

and Mr. Alfred Chant's

5. Broken Hill and The Pinnacles ; or,

6. Silverton and The Pinnacles 7. Drake and Red Rock.

Tenders will be received up to the 8th proximo, and must be addressed to the Secretary to the Post Office, Sidnov.

_CHARLES J.'ROBERTS^

Publlo Works Department,

Roads Blanch.

fflENDERS are invited up to noon on the Gth June, for M. Forming and Metalling from Appin to Brook's Point; speci- fication at Appin. Also, for Clearing and Cutting Surface Drains from Rope's Creek to Mount Druitt Station ; specification at Mount Druitt Post-office. Also, for Ballantine nnd Metalling Holes on the Tottenham-road ; specification at South Creek, with

Maintenance Man.

Tenders to be delivered to Clerk of Petty Sessions, Parra- matta._

V~E R T I M E S A-L" E.

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Attention is drawn to the notice in the Government Gazette of 22nd ultimo, and the Sydney Morning Herald of 13th instant, of the Sale of Overtime Gooils, at the Queen's Warehouse, at the rear of tho Ciittom-Ilousc, on THURSDAY, the 26th instant, at

11 a.m., consisting of

Spirits, Wines, Beer, Liqueurs, Tonic AA'atcrs, Tobacco, Cigars,

Jams, Preserved Fish, len, and other goods.

JAMES POWELL.

, Collector of Customs. Custom-House, Sydney, ?

17th May, 1887._._

O " T I C E.

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A SALE of OVERTIME and SEIZED GOODS will be held in the Queen's Ware louso, at the rear of the Cubtom-House, on THURSDAY, the 2l'th instant, at 11 a.m. *

JAMES POWELL,

Collector of Customs. Custora-House, Sydney,

13th May, 1887._

"TjIREE PUBLIC LIBRARY, SYDNEY.

The REFERENCE DEPARTMENT of this Institution will be CLOSED on and after the 1st June, until further notice, for the purpose of Cleansing the Book» and Removing tho whole collec- tion into the new wing in Ucnt-street, in order tkit the old buliding may be pulled down.

By order of the Trustees,

R. C. WALKER,

Principal Librarian.

25th May, 1887._

_Miscellaneous._

URE OUM and lndiarubber Knee and Hip Boot», wholesale and retail, at Goldstein'», 231, Lower Qeorge-it.

a TRUNKS for travellinir-and home use in Leather, Metal,

. andCompborwood, cheap. Goldstein, 231, LowerQeorge-st, OILSKIN Clothing, Oilskin covors for horse», vellidos,

Ac, factory prices. _ Goldstein's factory, 231, Lower Gco.-st. OILED Tarpaulins, all SIMS. .Goldstein, Government

contractor, manufacturer, and importer. 231. L Georgc-st. TENTS for 8aTe ¿Y~Hlre, Klys, Tarpaulins, Hammock»

walerbaga. Ooldstcin, maker, 231, Lower George-street.

DUNGAREE Suits, heavy American multo, leather

stayed. Goldstein's Stores, 231, Lower George-street.

LEr'T-OI F CLOTHING, Ladies' or Gentlemen's.

Town and country letters. Mr. or Mrs. White, 302, Pitt-st. MR. BIDDEL, 135, Geortro-st. AV., gi vos tho highest

price Ladles' and Gents' Lett-off Clothing. Letters attended. LEFT-OFF Clothing and Old Gold Jewellery wanted,

large and small quantities. Dawson, 135, Uathurst-street.

FOR SALE, Gamecock "and Hen, with clutoh Game

chlckons, chcup._P., I'ost-ofHcc, Glebe Point._ LD BOTTLES "BOUGHT^-Highest prioo paid for

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_ Warner's Safe Cure " ? Bottles, by II. H. Warner and

Co.. at J. C. Steel's Ware Rooms, Hulletin-lane._._

G H W W

AS ¡stove " Paragon," cookinir to-day 11 toi. Raleigh's Patent Water-heater In operation daily. 253, Elizabeth-it. OUSEHOLD Furniture and Olllce Fitting« bought. J. R. HamiltonT auotiunour, 282, Pitt-at., near Buthur»t-¡,t.

ANTED to Puruhue, pair STEPS, about 8 feet in

length. M. E.. Gordon Hotel. Market-atrect._ AN1KD to purchase, CUTTLE FISH. T75H

Alcock, jowcller, Haymarket.

Public Notices.

IN THE'SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH

,-. ,- WALES. .

NOTICE ia hereby given that I, JAMES FRANCIS THOMAS, now residing at No. lot, Pltxroy-street, Moore Park, Sydney, lately aerVii g under Articles of Cleikahlp to John Acton Dawson, of No. 88, P.it-<-treot, Sydney, soliciten, intend to apply on the hint day ot the present term to re admitted as Attorney, solicitor,

and Pro.'tov of Uli» Honourable tuurt.

Dated at Svdney, this 25th day of May, 1887.

_-_ " J. FRAS. THOMAS.

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH

WALES.

Tako NOTICE that I, WALTER GEORGE PARISH,of Garth, Glebo Polnt-rond, near Sidney, in the cclony of New South Wales, latoly serving undor Art de« of Clci kship lo Henry Houghton Burton Hindi -y, of Sidney aforesaid, solicitor, intend, on the 'ast day of the purent e ni, to «. i le to be ndm fed a< a Solicitor Attoini-v, and Proctoi yf lilli Uno ir.ible Court.

Dated ih . 2itli day uf .May, 18S7.

_ _' " WALTER G. PARISH.

IN THE SUPRÊME COURT OF NEW SOUTH

WALES.

NOTICE ia hereby given that I, WILLIAM EUSEB1US DWYER, of Goulburn, lately serving under Articles with Augustine Matthew Betts, of Goulburn, and by Assignment with Sidney John Bull, of Sydney. Solicitors of the said Supreme Court, intend on tile last day o'f tho present temi to opply to be admitted as an Attorney, Solicitor, omi Proctor ni this Honour- able Court. Dated at Sydnoy, this 25th dav of May, A n. 1887.

_ _ ._' W. JJ. DWYER.

IN Í1ÍE SUPlUÏME COUfiT~ÖF NEW SOUTH

WALES.

NOTICE Is hereby given that I, CHARLES WILLIAM SCHRADKR, residing at Winstanley, B.iysi\ ater-i oad, Darling hnrst, Sydney, ard lately «ervine: under Articles of Clerkship to George Themas Chumbéis, of East Maitland, solicitor, and hy Assignment to William Consett Proctor, of Sydney, to ioltor, intend to uoplv, on the last dav of the present" term, to be ad- it i'tcd as n Solicitor, Attorney, anil Pioctor of the Supreme Court of New South Wales. Dated at Sydney, this 25th dav at May, A.n. 1687._' _C. W. SCHRADKR."

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH

WALES.

NOTICE is hereby given that I, lil SKY OLIVER HEATH, of Wagga Wagga, lulu.» serving linne. Articles of Clerkship to James Robert Garland", of Wagga Wagga, one of th" nt o neys, solicitors, anil proctoi s of the Honorable Court, intend to apply on the li'st d y if the prêtent term to be a lmitted as an Attorney, Solicitor, ann Pioctor of the buprcuic Court of New South Wales.

Dated this 26lh day of May, 1837.

__ HENRY OLIVER HEATH.

IN THE SUPREME COURT" OF NEW SOUTH

WALES.

TAKE NOTICE that I. JAMES CAMPBELL 1HOM, of Rook dale, near Sydney, in tne colony of Ne»- South Wale», lately serving under Articles of Clerkship to G. orge James Sly, of 31A, York-street, t-y ney aforesaid, Solicitor, intend to apply, on the art day of the present ti rai, to he admitted an Attorney, Solicitor, and Proctor of thU Honorable Court.

Dated at Sydney, this twenty-second day o! April, A.n. 1837. . '

JAMES C THOM

I"N THE SUPllETlË~ClTUltï"OF NEW "SOUTH

WALKS.

It is hereby ordered that the Rule of Court made on the nine- teenth day of May Iniiant, extending the present Term until the tenth day of June next, and postponing the Sittings of the Court for the trial of eauie in the Bunco Court and at Darlinghurst until the thirteenth day of June next be and the same is hereby RESCINDED. And It is hereby further ordered that tho Sittings of the Court for the trial of causes in the Banco Court and at Darlinghurst shall commence on MONDAY", the sixth day of

Juno next.

FREDK. M. DARLEY, C.J. J. GEO. LONG INNES, J. M. II. STEPHEN, J. Wedme«day, the twentv-ftfth day of May, AOI. 1887.

IN~THÊ~SUFEE"MË~COURT OF NEWSOUTH

WALES. ,.

NOTICE 1« hereby elvon that I, THOMAS HUGHES, of Kln coppsl. Elisabeth Hay, Mdnev, lately serving under articles of clerkship to Mr. Thomas Michael Mattery, of 129, Elizabeth street, Sydney, folliitor, intend lo APPLY, on the last day of the present term, to be admitted an Attorney, Solicitor, and Proctor

of this Honorable Court.

Dated this 2ith day ol May, A.D. 1887.

THOMAS HUGHES.

IN THE~ SUPREME COURT OF NEW 'SOUTH

WALES.

NOTICE is hereby given that I, ALEXANDER JOHN COR MACK, of Geirste.n, Snail's Day, a Master of Arts of University of Sydney, intend to apply on the last day of the present torm to be admitted Attorney, Solicitor, and Proctor of this Honourable Court. A. J. CORMACK.

Dated tbi» 25th day ofMay, A.n. \ffl.

NOYfCETshe^eYy given that 1, NEVILLE WH ARN-

CLIFFE MONTAGU, of hsthcrville, Young-street, Svdnoy, lately serving under articles of clerkship to Janies Michael Curtis, of Phillip-street, Sydney aforesaid, Esquire, a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of >*ow South Wales, Intend, on the last dav of the present term, to apply for admission as a Solicitor of this

Honorable Court.

Dated at Sydney this twenty-fifth day of May. A.n. 1R87.

_? NEVILLE W. MONTAGU.

"ÖOSITIVE SAL]

Slpnor FERRARINI'S

MAGNIFICENT OIL PAINTINGS.

Now on view

at

. Messrs. W. H. PALING and CO.'S,

Gcorgc-strcct;

and nt

Messrs. J. J. ROTH and CO.'S, »V Bond-street.

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IN THE ASSIGNED ESTATE

of

BARKER,and JAMES.

All persons having CLAIMS against the above Estate, and who have not rcntlcied their Accounts, are requested to immediately forward lae mar to the undersigned. '

STARKEY and TAYLOR,

Chartered Aceountnnt*,

S2À, York-street. 20th May. 1837._

HE COW FLAT COPPER MINING'COMPANY,

Limited. >

(Is LIOVIUATIOS.)

NOTICE is hereby given thnt all Creditors of tho above-named Company are required to send In their claims to tho undersigned an or before tho thirtieth day of June next, after which date the Liquidator will proceed to distribute the assets of the Company, having regard only to such claims of which he shall then have

received notice.

Dated this twenty-third day of May, 18S7.

J. J. WESTON.

Liquidator,

_No. 29, O'Conncll-strect, Sydney.

A'lIONAL FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE

COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND.

CAPITAL, £1,000,0110. ASSETS, £318,164.

DIVIDEND WARRANTS for the half-year ended 31 st March last arc now ready, and ate payable to Shareholders on the Register at that date.

.shareholder« at a distance may have the warrants forwarded by post on sending instructions.

W. A. GIBB,

Manager, New South Wales Branch,

1 17, Bridge-street. Sydnoy._

PROPOSED BOROUGH OF COOKSDALE.

O. H. M. 3.

TO THE PETITIONERS AND COUNTER PETITIONERS.

An adjourned Court of Inquiry Trill beheld at tho Schoo 'of Arts, llotany, on '1 Hl'EsDAY, 2Uth instant, at 3 p.m., at which you arc loqucstid to attend.

J. T. WILSHIRE, J.P.

Burwood, Mav 21.1887._ '_._

^ Y D~NE Y H 6~S-ï~l T A. L.

Tho nonorarv Assistant Dental Surgeon, Mr. C. G. HODGSON, will attend at tho Agricultural Hall, in tho Dom.iin, on TUES- DAYS and FRIDAYS, from 9 to 10 a.m., to extract teeth for outdoor patients in Indigent circumstances.

_H. p.RUSSr.LL, Secretary.

I WILL not be iosp°nsibl° f°r any DEBTS contracted

by anyone in my nome without mv written authority.

TitOMAS JACOBS,

_Five Dock.

NOTICE.-Mr. William Joseph Hoffstottor^Pleaso

remove the Hay out of my shed at once, as 1 shall want to u«e the shed. M. A. LAWTON.

Blue Gum Flat, Gosfonl, May 22,1897.

IF Mr. SHERRY does not finish his Contract in four

dayB 1 will get it flnl-hed at his expense.

D. SULLIVAN, Auburn. May 25,1S87._ I THOMAS LAWLESS, will not be responsible foran v

, DEISTS contiattcd without my written ai tlioritv from this date. Pro T. LAWLESS.

W. LAWLESS.

IF Mr. J. H. BLACKETT docs not call within 7 days,

and release the horse left with me on the loth Mav, and pay nil expenses, I Intend to sell same. J. F. CRIPPS, Jun., Park Gate Hotel, Parramatta._ NOTICE OF REMOVAL.-On 31st May I am leaving

my prcent place of buslne««, and rennest those pal ties who have left their articles for repair to call on or before that date, or apply at Darllng-atrcet. Ra'miln, near Nitholson-street.

HENRY S1MCOË, Watchmaker. Ac,

_130, King-street.

I T Y - CO AL COMPANY.

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Branches «t Englne-atreet, Haymarket ; Newtown ; Marrickville;

Petersham ; Ashfield ; Burwood ; Parramatta. Best MOUNTAIN COAL, ISs 6d »or ton at the dopcta. Best NEWCASTLE COAL. 21s per ton at the depots. FIREWOOD, BREEZE, &c, at lowest rates.

_G. M. SMYTH, Manager.

7» T. DEBÑEl AND CO.

J\ m successors to

HOBSON and WHITING,

GENTLEMEN'S OUTFITTERS, fte.,

13, Hunter street,

_sydney._ THE SYDNEY MERCANTILE AGENCY,

89, Pitt-street,

Conduct» Arrangements with Creditors and all General

Agency Business. _

WE invito inipoenon of our larfrr and woll-aMorUd

Stock of all classos of FURNITURE.

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

Houso Furnishing Guide.

CAMPBELL BROS., Um al Furnishing Arcade,

428, GEORGE-STREET._

M

EETINGS of Companies, Creditors, &c, may bo held in the Largo Room of the MERCANTILE MUTUAL.

N]

CHAM »EUS, 120, Pitt-street, opposite Generat Pott Office.

Every convenience provided, chargos mod orate.

Apply KELHO KING, Scoretary, Mercantile Mutual Inauraa»» Company, Limited^_

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MUSCATEL RAISLNS,

Just Landed In Excellent Condition, Ninepence per lb.

A Prime Lot of J. T. Morton's and Bell and Co.'»

ENGLISH HAMS.

Company'» Powdored or Icing Sugar, 4d per lb. BOAK'8'HEAD ALE, pints, 5b per dozen; or

37s 6d per cask of 8 dozen. .

JAMES KIDMAN'S.

purchasing goods to\hAS,__¿A'«£S fUffij

Indent« should bo aceo-mnnied by e",. Al"1»*1« letters of credit, to ensure full trade discounts Äe,.w,H CAoiA^^

landon. ?'"."J ,lra> Lombard-itrc(*i \

THE Undersiçned aro prepared to maVTTfñoírr- ' IÄ"LÄ,0rS1Ü0h0r°°r,0r^Ä tolSÄ

DANGAR, GEDYE, and CO.,

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Patent Water-heater In operation dilly!"jj,'¿Qh<

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... G. T. CONGREVE On CONSUMPTION

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SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT

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. "__ with observations on

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« Mr. G. T. CONOREVK'S TREATMENT OF COvSnVwt«.

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The author (Mr. Congreve, of Coombe Lod», Pecibia. London) has been urgently entreated to make bl» tn__ known In all the British Colonies. """*?

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Published by

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TURNER and HENDERSON, Hunter-street,Sydney. ,

CHINESE COMMISSIONERS.-Enamelled Cabinet

Photographs. 2s (k1 each. Maguire, 195, George-aWet»

Musical Instrument». w.

PIANOFORTES. 1'I AN 0 FORTiS.

. . "_ FOR PRIVATE SALE.

A LARGE ASSORTMENT.aiFordingbuverss CHOICEol

INSTRUMENTS from the mbst renowned auto. <

PRICES VERY LOW.

BRADLEY, NEWTON, and LAMB, Pianoforte WmoouiOS}

Spring and O'connell streets,

_Principalentrance to the Show Rooms from O'Cosnell-itnet.

BB U C E aïd M A S SE ?|

197, PITT-STREET.

PIANOS, ORGANS. MUSIC.

Every kind of Musical Instrument kept In stott

TIME PAYMENTS TO SUIT EVERY CISTOMEB,

DISCOUNT FOR CASH.

_ PIANOS and ORGANS from £5.

H. PALING and CO."; GA

PIANOS, ORGANS, MUSIC.

AH Makers. Lowest Prices. F.asv Term«. 1

356, GEORtiE-SlREET, SYDXLY, 3 DOORS ÏK0M POST

OFFICE.

_Established 1853._

HUENERIÍEIN and CORBETTc

. PIANOFORTE and ORGAN

SHOWROOMS,

318, GEORGE-STREET. 318, GEORGE-STREET,

A Magnificent Stock of PIANOS on Vic*

by the most RELIABLE English, German, and French MakRi.

EASY TIME PAYMENTS, or LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH.

A. IIUENERBEIN and CORBETT. __

W" GRIEVES. -PI UN'OS and OKGANS. Bert

. value in Sydney. From £13 to £33.

Apply 57, Westmoreland-street, Forest Loigt.

_Pianos tuned and repaired. _ _ _ G'OOD New and Second-hand PIANOS, by tíTfoi

makers, cheap. J. W. Fletcher, 123, George-stnet »<«. HAPSUURG P1ANOS.-SOI.E Importers, Beale mi

_ _Company, 612, George-street._. ^ 1 AN OS.-Visitors from the country inspect niara» -IT Instruments nt 415, Kll/abelh-strect, 3 minutes from Reiitn station. Pianos the pick of a lame bunkrupt stock, by s mu« great oxr«' icnce, Bold under auction pnces to save cojnmiiio».

MAGNIFICENT PIANO, coBtü70, sacrificed bvWj

for 25 guineas. Saltee, 7, Sarry-strcct, Psilicghatjt.. PIANOS by Bluthner, Epp, Ronisch, Ecke, iç.,4c.,

at wholesale price*. CRAM PTON. 60j. YorUjrwl. SEVEN splendid PIANOS, comprising Konisch, Ecke.

Llpp, and othor renowned makers, costing from £00 to W sacrificed at from £15 to £25 each. 316, Boutke-ntrerti »» Oxfoid-ttiect.___--jr

J> I Â Ñ °'

For SALE, a grand PIANO, rokewood case, cost 100 guintUi I bargain, 20 guineas. HO, Qucen-ttieet. Woollahra. .^ TL. LUCAS and CO., Professional Pia»ofort«lMeri

. and Repairers, from Joaa Brinmead and Sos», "«"" Highest testimonials from tie leading pianUU of 'M «!. Towa 7s fid, subura« lOi 6d. 78, Wllllsm-strset, SrtMf. _"-. HARP.-Wanted, a good one. Full partiouUr», ».

_ K. H., Oxford-street Post.otBce^^_-_ PIANO".-Notice.-Taken foVa debt on sow; prop«*

5 massive iron-framed Cottage PIANOS. pw'^"5 metal tuning-plates, oblique, trichord,and l»t««V?K5i» case and Initiators with each piano, only £16.,*20'*2,!,"J¡í,J Cost nearly three times tho price. Guaranteed ne«, unp» by owner out of original case». 29, Bouny-s^bnrry ttu*

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B3, Arcade, Klng-st.. 1st floor. Pure Tebblc Spectacle», isp»

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