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eOVEBNMENT j®&bfà BAIEWAYS. IW¡

OLLONGONG It A O S S.

THIS DAY, TUESDAY, MAT 9.'

SPECIAL TRAINS will leave Sydney nt 10.55 o.m. amd 11.S ovin., and be due to arrive at Wollongong at X.6 and 1.24 p.m. respectively. On return Journey Special Trams will leave Wollongong at 6.17 and 6.30 p.m., and bo due to arrive Sydney at 8.49 and 0.17

p.m.

RACEHORSES wffl be conveyed by the 10.65 o,ro.

Bpecinl.

Combination Tickets, which will Include admission .to the Racecourse and Grand Stand, will be issued at Sydney Booking Office (only), by above Specials.

Further particulars obtainable from Stationmasters. ' ítt-SlfD ,'By order.

j$AH. AND RIVER EXCURSIONS.

TO THE HAWKESB17RY RIVER.

WEDNESDAYS-WISEMAN'S FERRY TRIP.

Train leaves Sydney at 9.5 ajn., and Milson'« Tolnt

.t S.50 a-m.

Return Fare (including trip on steamer to Wiseman'« Ferry), First-class 0s Od, Second-class 7s 6d.

FRIDAYS-HAWKESBURY RIVER TRIP.

Train leaves Sydney at (k5 a.m., and Milson's Foint

at 8.50 a-m.

Return Pare (including trip on steamer), . First-class

05, Second-class 4&

SATURDAYS.

BOUND TRIPS-SY-DNEY-lUAA-lvESBURY-WTNDSOR.

Trains will leave Sydney for the Hawkesbury at 0.5 «.nx, and Milson's Point at S.50 o.m., passengers reach- ing Windsor in time to join the S.13 pjn. train, due

Sydney at 9.33 p.m.

Passengers wiU also be booked In the reverse direc- tion by train leaving Sydney for Windsor at 1.33 p.m. on Saturdays, proceed by steamer to WlBeman's Ferry, »tay over, and join afternoon train from Hawkesbury to Sydney on Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, or Thursday,

within a week.

Return Fare, First-class 11s Od, Second-class dt 6U Light Refreshments obtainable on steamer.

Tickets for the above trips moy be obtained at Syd- ney, Parramatta, Hornsby, Milson's Point, and inter-

mediate stations.

For full particulars see handbills, obtainable from

Stationmasters.

(tt-S10) By order.

jT°

A3CTSEMEMTS._

WN HAT.1V, SYDNEY.

SOTJSA, THE MARCH KING,".

AUTHOR OP OVER 100 MARCHES,

including ?TUE WASHINGTON POST,"

.THE FEDERAL MARCH,"

I "HANDS ACROSS THE SEA,"

i. "IMPERIAL EDWARD,"

"SEMPER FIDELES," "HAIL TO THE SPIRIT OF LIBERTY." etc WITH IS WORLD-RENOWNED BAND OF

SIXTY INSTRUMENTALISTS,

OPEN AT THE

TOTVN HALL,

J NEXT MONDAY EVENING, MAY 15.

PRICES:

RESERVED SEATS: 7/6 'and 5/.

UNRESERVED, S/, 2/.

BOX PLAN FOR MONDAY, 15th INST.,

NOW OPEN AT .

CARNEGIE'S, SO KING-STREET,

, where 7/6 Reserved Seats can bo Booked.

THE PLAN of 5/ Reserved Scats win. be opened TO- MORROW, WEDNESDAY.

AMPIRE THEATRE, J OXFORD-STREET. HYDE PABK.

DIRECTION .:. J. B. MAWmNET.

PICTURES AND VAUDE\TLLE.

WE CnANGE-"BVEnT MONDAY AND THURSDAY.

AND COMPETE AVITn THE WORLD'S BEST.

FIRST APPEARANCE L'INCOMPARABLE JUGGLER,

VICTOR MARTIN.

DIRECT KROM AMERICA.

USUAL PRICES: Od and 1/; Children. 3d and 6d.

lY

M. O. A. ^ftSfciS HALL.

Under tile Patronage of

THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, SIR WILLIAM

CULLEN and LADY CULLEN.

In tile presence of

MR. JUSTICE GORDON and MRS. GORDON.

3-NIGHT, TUESDAY", 0th MAY, TO-NlCm

VOCAL RECITAL.

Miss LILY .MACKENZIE SETON

(SOPRANO),

Papil of Mrs. Reginald QucsneL

LEADING ARTISTS WILL ASSIST.

> TRICESs 3/ (Reserved), 2/, ]/. Doors open 7.30 p.m.

PLAN and TICKETS at NICHOLSON'S.

Concert Direction, Mrs. (jUESNEL,

co. Nicholson's.

QYDNEY TOWN HALL.

TONIGHT (TUESDAYS TO-NIGHT.

POPULAR PROGRAMME.

SYDNEY- CITY MISSION'S 40th ANNUAL MEETING.

Doors open at 7 p.m. Commence at 7.45 p.m.

Tickets, Sixpence, to admit to Front Seats of Body .* " " ~~* " " *~ ' Afterwards free in

COLLECTION.

l(P*

CIARIUM. ICE SKATING.

GLACIARIUM. ICE SKATING. GLACIARIUM. ICE SKATING.

THE SEASON WILL OPEN ON TOE EVENING OF

THURSDAY, MAY 25.

THE CHARLTONS.

During the coming Season these FAMOUS EXPERTS, from the Prince's Ice-skating Club, London, will give a number of Exhibitions at the Sydney Glnciariura, and will be open for a limited number of engagements tor Tuition in the Graceful Art ,

DUNBAR POOLE,

'Phone, 402 Glebe._Manager.

0s

TTNITARIAN CHURCH, HYDE PARK. .U TO-NIGHT, AT 8.

MR. VICTOR ROINEL will Lecture on

Shakespeare's

"KING.LEAR," with READINGS.

Doors open 7.80. Admission, Silver Coin.

iTISS VERA PARKER, Q'land's magnif. Contralto,

OVF

sings at Gehde's Concert next Saturday Evening.

,T ITHGOW JOCKEY CLUB MEET1NG7~SATURDAYT JJ MAY 20. 19U. (Reg. A..I.O. Rules.) 1. OPEN-

ING HANDICAP, 10 sovs.. 0 furlongs; nomination, 2s Od. 2. TRIAL STAKES, 5 sovs., for all horses that have never won a prize exceeding ¿5, 0 furlongs; nom- ination, 2s 6d. 8. ESKBANK HANDICAP, 20 BOVS., 1 mile, nomination, 4s, 4. WELTER HANDICAP, 0 sovs.-, nomination. 2s Od; 5. FINAL HANDICAP, 6 sovs., 0 furlongs; nomination,. 2s Od.

ENTRIES CLOSE SATURDAY, May.lStb.

J. ASHLEY,

_Secretory.

O

XFORD-OAMBRIDÛE BOAT RACE, LYRIC

THEATRE, TO-DAY. TO-DAY._, ST DAYS LAST DAYS

FOR A CHANCE TO WIN

1>!

£1000 IN PRIZES. " £1000

VALUE £500. riRST GREAT PRIZE. VALUE £500. OR TWELVÍ MONTHS' TRIP ROUND THE WORLD AND £100 IN CASH FOR ONE PERSON, OR EIGHT

MONTHS FOR TWO.

NOTE.-The Committee, having paid full value for the work of art, IB prepared to find a Purchaser tor same at the advertised amount if the winner te desires; also for the Second and Third Prizes.

Second: Value £100. Third: Value £50.

and 97 other Prircs, totalling £1000.

BIGHT HOURS' GREAT ART UNION.

55th Y'ear. Oldest and Most Popular. 55th Year.

PROCEEDS IN AID OF HOSPITALS AND

PUBLIC CHARITIES OF AUSTRALIA.

Priies will be delivered to winners free of all charges. A list of winning numbers will be posted to any person sending an addressed envelope to the representative, with stamp unaflix<d.

Buy from your Local Agent on or before 20th April, or send Postal Noie, P.O.O., or stamp«, w til Exchange added, direct to the representative, 231 Flinders-line Melbourne at once for tickets, and «cure a chance

in this Great Art Union, 22 for £1, 11 for 10s, or Is "Ali direct applications must rench Melbourne before

the date^«y«¿n* W|l¡,£-,^TO-DAY.

THEO. W. IiriBE, Representative,

231 FHndera-laiie^ltdlmumPj_lleL_

XFORD-CAMBlflDÔi: HO VÏ RACE, LYRIC

THEATRE. TO DAY, TO-PAT._. READ NEW BOOKS, Don't wait until your Iflirarr

has got It in, but go straight tp the NEW TORh. LIBRARY, No. 7, SS King-street, and get Uie Hook you want for la 6d quarter. T., 1363_City._ SHERWOOD, Ltd., WALLPAPERS' bespeak a cul-

tured taste. 397 Gcsrie-Bty Tel., 3370 Cent.

AMUSEMENTS.

mnx

TO-MORROW. WEDNESDAY,

FINAL MATINEE. FINAL'MATINEE.

QBITEUION THEATRE.

Lessee. FRANK MUSGROVE.

CLARKE AND JÍEYNELL PTY., LTD.', SEASON.

, LAST

LAST 4 LAST

4

4 The

NIGHTS WOMAN NIGHTS NIGHTS WOMAN , NIGHTS LAST IN THE LAST LAST . LAST

CASE, CASE,

ITS. (

di Actxri

The Play. produced by GEORGE WILLOUGHBY.

BOX PLAN AT ELVTS.

Prices; Reserved Stalls, Booking 6/, at door 5/; D.C., Booking and at Theatre, EA Stalls, 8/; Gallery, 1/! Earl)- Doors, 1/ extra. Day Sale White Rose. Children in arms not admitted. _

c

EITERION THEATRE.

NEXT SATURDAY" NIGHT. NEXT SATURDAY NIGHT.

AN IMPORTANT* ATTRACTION.

FIRST APPEARANCE IN SYDNEY OF

CLARKE and MEYTJELL'S

ENTIRELY NEW* OPERA COMPANY, ENTIRELY NEW OPERA COMPANY,

THE GAY GORDONS, THE GAY GORDONS, THE GAY GORDONS,

By SEY-MOUR HICKS; Music by GUY JONES,

which has Run tor Thousands of Nights in England, and

Is Still Running.

THE GAY GORDONS'

will be singed and mounted on tile same lavish scale that characterised the previous musical productions of Clarke and MeynclL

A dainty story, In a magnificent musical setting, it represents the finest type of musical play. Comed)- and sentiment are cleverly blended, and throughout is a dainty love interest thal makes the two acts glow with uninterrupted brightness.

The MPSIC, by GUY JONES,

will set all Sydney singing. The songs are the lind that cling to the memory.

Magnillccnt Scenery by PHIL. GOATCHER.

THE "BÔÔKTNO.

Box Plan at Elvy's, R.S., 0/, Booked; at Theatre, P.C. and R.S., 5/.

fJM V O L 1 'X H B A T R E.

Bole Proprietor and Manager .. Mr. Harry Rickards. General Manager . John 0. Leete.

MR. nARRV RICKARDS'

NEW TIVOLI VAUDEVILLE AND SPECIALTY CO.

MATINEES, WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. ' TOE RECOGNISED HOME OF THE STARS.

Attraction Extraordinary, direct from Europe.

The Sensation of Five Continents. The

7 PEREZOFFS, 7 7 PEREZOFFS, 7 7 PEREZOFFS, 7

The World's Greatest Combination of Comedy Jugglers.

REICHEN'S PERFORSHNG DOGS,

CANINE ACROBATS AND BALANCERS. ONLY A DOG SHOW

BUT WHAT A SnOWll

CADWELL and VERNE,

English Comedy Sketch Artists.

.BROWN and ROBINSON.

PEGGY PRYDE, BLACK and WTHTE,

Alice Fane, The Marlowe Sistera. Vande and Verne,

. Melrose and Memdes, Delin, Ruby Tointon, Ray Jones, Hugo Lear, and all our Great Company.

PRICES: 8/, 2/, and 1/. Early Doors Bd extra; Booked Scats, 1/ extra. Plan at Paling's.

Business Manager. EDWARD MAAR

MISS ETHEL CLIFFORD, l8 yra.' stage cxp., Tchr.

of all Stage, Step Dancing. THEATRICAL CLASS Saturday, 2.80, on Model of London Schools. Priv. lessons any hour. - I.O.O.F. Temple Elizabcth-st, city.

T. C. WILLIAMSON'S ATTRACTIONS.

HER MAJESTY'S, THIS EVENING, AT 7.46.

MATINEE, TO-MORROW AND SATURDAY, AT 1.45. MATINEE, TO-MORROW AND SATURDAY, AT 1.41.

JACK AND THE BEANSTALK,

"STUPENDOUS."

Box Plan at Paling's all 6 p.m., thereafter at Theatre Office,, Market-street

THEATRE ROYAL.

EVERY EVENING, AT 7.45.

FINAL MATINEE, TO-MORROW. AT 1.4S. FINAL MATINEE, TO-MORROW. AT 1.45.

THE ROY'AL COMIC OPERA COMPANY,

in the Brilliantly Successful

Musical Comedy,

OUR MISS GIBBS,

"WELL IN THE BOOM."

AT THE THEATRE ROYAL.

SATURDAY EVENING NEXT, at 8 o'clock.

THE DOLLAR PRINCESS

THE DOLLAR PRINCESS ,

(By Arrangement with George Edwardes),

Libretto by A. M. Willner and F. Grecnbaum,

Adapted by Basil Hood. Lyrics by Adrian Rosa.

MUSIC BY LEO. FALL.

AN EXCEPTIONALLY BRILLIANT OAST

will include

Miss OLIVE GODWIN as . ALICE CONDER

(First Time in Sydney),

Miss LOTTIE SARGENT as .... DAISY

and

Miss FLORENCE Y'OUNG as . OLGA LABINSKA

(First Time In Sydney),

Mr. REGINALD ROBERTS as .... FREDDY FAIRFAX

(First Time in Sydney). '

Mr. FRANK GREENE as JOHN, EARL OF QUORN. Mr. LANGFORD KIRBY as . DICK CONDER

(First Time in Sydney).

Mr. W. S. PERCY as ._.._ BULGER

' and ,

Mr. BERT GILBERT as. HARRY Q. CONDER

Box Plan at Paling's TO-DAY, at 0.30 a.m.

. J. a WILLIAMSON, Ltd.

QUR MISS GIBBS.

LAST NIGHT. TO-MORROW, AT 7.45. LAST NIGHT. TO-MORROW. VAT 7.45.

NOTE.-The Farewell Performance of "Our Miss Gibbs" in Sydney will take place on May 10, thus com- pleting 230 representations of ike popular success in Sydney. On the last night ball the gross receipts will be donated to

THE SYDNEY' HOSPITAL CENTENARY FUND.

BOX PLAN AT PALING'S Reserved Scats, lOi.

Early Door Gallery Tickets, at 3s each, on Sale at Paling's.

DANCING.

PERFECT WALTZING, THE TWO-STEP, Etc.

MR. AND MKS. ROBERTS,

(Members of the British Association of Teachers of

Dancing, LONDON),

RECEIVE PUPILS Morning, Afternoon, and Evening. c.\X. tc Wessons (Special Advantages for Beginners).

SUPERIOR CLASSES AVAILABLE FOI! BEGINNERS

Commodious and Centrally-situated Rooms. -JOOPJIILLIP-STREET, NEARKING-STRI'.ET.

ÖT. JAMES' LARGE HALL.-Mr. and Mrs. ROBERTS' .O Special Ciaba (or ADULT BEGINNERS, Wednesday Afternoon, at 3.S0. Also EVERY Monday and Wednes day Evening, at 8. All particulars. 160 PhllHp-ttrcel, OXFORD-CAMBRIDGE 11ÖÄT RÂCIÎ LYRIC

THEATRE. TO-DAY, TO-DAY".

LAND OF THE SUNNYSÖUT11, ALL HAIL.

God prosper thee in peace. I Gloiva's Australian Anth-m. Is ed. I _ELY Y and CO., £!BJ5corge-strcet.

SKATING.-Do you know the Elite Skating Rink,

King-st, Newtown, is open 3 sessions_dally?_Come.

FAIRYLAND TRIP, Upper Lune Cove from No" 7

Jetty, 10_iu!i.. 2^ P-B'!_L<cduJL0IC'.i:_ChIhJ Od. "VTlTW HAREM TOljlIÊS, the rage of New York. Âmc 'IN l jean Hill Stores, 25 Strand Arcade, and Aust._jjtl.

Ci HER WOOD. Ltd., WALLPAPERS, all colour pcrfect.l

¡> 317 Oonrrst. Tel.. ."870 Cent._ " O

^FÖRETCÄMBRIDGE BOAT RACE,

THEATRE, TO-DAY, TO-DAY.

AMÜSEMENTS. A

DELPHI .THEATRE.

Direction and Manogemcnt ..GEORGE MARLOW, Ltd. Gen. Mgr,, Christie Siinonsens. Treas., etc., D. Neve

SUCCESS! UNPARALLELED! EMPHATIOI

NOW IN ITS sixrn WEEK.

The Dramatic Hit ol^ Modern Times.

EVERY EVENING, AT 7.45,

The Most Remarkable Boom that Sydney lias ever Wit-

nessed, and Staged in the City's Largest and Most

Palatial Playhoube.

The Sensational Bedroom Drama,

THE BAD GIRL OF THE FAMILY,

. THE BAD GIRL OF THE FAMILY",

THE HAD GIRL OF THE FAMILY, THE BAD GIRI, OF THE FAMILY,

No Abatement of the Hush to see this Marvellous

Production, so Brilliantly Interpreted by

GEORGE MARLOWS .

FAMOUS DRAMATIC ORGANISATION.

Humour, Splendour, Pathos, Sensation, Tragedy.

This Drama has caused

MORE EXCITEM1Í..7T tuid DISCUSSION

TUAN ANY PLAY EVER WRITTEN. A PRODUCTION SECOND TO NONE

POPULAR PRICES: 3/, 2/, and 1/. Karlv Door Tickets, Od Extra, obtainable at White Rose Confec-

tionery Cafe (Adelphi Theatre), and at' Chamberlain's,

Library, 426 Pltt-strecL

N

ATIONAL AMPHITHEATRE.

Sole Proprietors: BRENNAN'S AMPHITHEATRES, Ltd.

Governing Director,.Mr. James Brennan.

EVERY EVENING.

MATINEES, WEDNESDAYS, SATURDAYS.

BRENNAN'S

. V.AUDEA7LLE ENTERTAINERS.

An Entire Change of Programme.

MORE NEW ARTISTES.

First Appearance at this Theatre of

HASSAN. HASSAN. HASSAN. HASSAN,

the Great Indian Magician.

"Lifting Blocks of Stone weighing «31h with his Eye-

brows." A feat that rouses the wonder of the

Medical Fraternity and (he Public.

First Appearance GEORGE BANVEEN,

"."" Comedy

Musician. SANDY DONALDSON. SANDY DONALDSON. Scotch Comedian SANDY DONALDSON. ARMSTRONG and VERNE.

ARMSTItiN-r; "n,| vvnVK. ]a>'t Nights of

ARMSTRONG and VERNE. Tile P polar Lsirghtcrmakers.

ARMSTRONG and VERNE.

HARLAND and I10LL1SON. The Musical HARLAND and ROI.LISON.

Two. HARLAND and ROLL1S0N.

WATTS and LUCAS.

Rcappearnncr of

Olga Pennington, The National Duo, The Rowell Sisters, George Daprnir.

In conjunction with

Linda Davis, Kitty Quinn, The Tit Bits, Alf. Verne.

Joe.Archer, Joe Verne, Joe Gilbert, Doris Tindall, Charles Pope. James Croydon, Walter Whyte (the

Favourite Tenor).

PRICKS: Stalls, 5/, 1/6, 1/; Gallery, (x1.

Saturday Night: Stalls, 2/ and l/tl; Gallery, 1/. _Reserved Seats. SIXPENCE EXTRA._ "Vf A T 1 O X A L AMPHITHEATRE. i> AMATEUR TRIAL NIGHTS,

. FRIDAY EVENINGS

Aspiring Vaudeville ArtlFts, call on Manager.

gagements will be given to Aspirants who prove satis factory to Audience and Management._ J ATIONAL AMPHITHEATRE.

K

EVERY SUNDAY NIGHT.

GRAND SACRED CONCERT,

VocaL Instrumental, and Pictorial.

Direction. A. R. SHEPARD.

A laHAMRRA THEATRE, i

GEORGE-STREET.

CONTINUOUS PHOTO. -PLAYS,

11 A.M. TO 11 P.M.

PROGRAMME,

MAY 6, 0, 10.

ONLY TO BE SEEN AT THE ALHAMBRA. ' . THE MISSION LN THE DESERT.

A Talc of Love and Adventure In Amona.

THE GREAT OXFORD and CAMBBIDGE BOAT RACE.

MAX LINDER GETS MARRIED, Screaming Comedy by Pathc Coy.

THE UNPARDONABLE SIN,

Intense Drama by Knsanay Coy.

CALINO, THE NEW GENDARME,

A Button-bursting Comedy by Pathc Coy. Only to be seen nt the Alhambra Theatre.

FOR WASHINGTON.

Military Drama hy ThanllouEcr Coy._ r\YJ'ORD-CAMBRIDGE BOAT RACE. LYRIC U THEATRE. TODAY^JOjm._ - -5-wñsrfST ARCHER. N. Z. Tenor, sings "Maori

^Kiffi Gelide's Concert, next Sat. Evening. ._

ROSEBERY RACES, ROSEBERY.

TO-MORROW, WEDNESDAY,

TO-MORROW, WEDNESDAY.

1st RACE, 2.15 P.M.

NTS. 120 ENTRIES.

SPECIAL TRAMS TO RACECOURSE GATES.

J. UNDERBILL, Secretary.

MOTOR 'BUS

TO ÎÎEWPORT AND BAYVIEW.

NEW TIME-TABLE.

THE MANLY MOTOR TRANSIT COY.

WEEK DAYS.

Leave Church Point for Manly-8.30 a.m. (Monday

excluded) and 7,80 a.m. (Monday only), * LSO,

and 14.15 p.m.

Leave Manly lor Newport-0.40 a.m. and 2.45 p.m. Leave Newport for Manly-10.50 a-m. and 4.20 p.m. Leave Manly for Church Tolnt-11.45 a.m., *5.30,

and (2.30 p.m.

. Saturday« excepted. t Saturdays only.

1 SUNDAYS.

Leave Manly for Newport-10.15 a.m. and 2.43 p,m Leave Manly for Church Point-10.45 a.m.

Leave Newport for Manly-1.30 and 4.20 p.m. Leave Church Point for Manly-5 p.m.

HOLIDAYS.

Cars will run at frequent IntervaU from 9.15 «.m. (E. A. SUTTOR, Secretary).

.PHONE, 437 MANLY.

STATE AMATEUR

BOXING AJSTD WRESTLING- CHAMPIONSHIPS.

AT OAIETY ATT1LETIO HALL, OASTLEREACn-STREET,

TO-NIGUT, AT 7.30 O'CLOCK.

TWENTY (20) CONTESTS.

CONTINUED 12th (FINALS), 10th.

ADMISSION: 5/. 3/, 2/, and 1/. POX PLAN AT SPORTS CLUB._

PUBLIC, NOTICES.

JENOLAN OA.VI

ACTS OF VANDALISM.

VISITORS to the Jenolan Caves aro hereby notified that

ACTS 01 VANDALISM,

such us

SOIUBBUNG NAMES UPON, OR BREAKING,

STALACT1TLS or OTIItlt FORMATIONS

in the

JENOLAN OR 0TH1 R SA ST1 Als Or CAVES,

ARL STRICTLY 1 ORBIDDLN,

and

ANY PERSON INFRINGING THI REGULATIONS

WILL BL PROshCUTLD

PERCY nUNTFR,

Director,

(2Í90) Immigration and Tourist Bureau.

TDEFORE THE l'ARRILRS' (C0UN1RY) BOARD

TAKE NOTICE that application will be made by the JOURNEiMIN 1 VRRI1 RS UNION Oh NI \A SOU'] II WALLS to the IARIUERS' (COUNTRY) BOARD on MONDAY, the 15th day of Ma} 1911, at four of the clock in the afternoon, for n variation b) extension of the Award of the Board of the 6Ui dnv of April 1011

1AKE NOTICE that the Board will meet at AAmtworth sourt on MONDAY, the irth daj of Ma} and ut such other subsequent dutc and nt such other places as tilt Board mai decide to consider the said application

TAM NO1 ICI also tint objections imv bi lodged with the Chairman at Wentvvortli court Svdne} not later than MONDAY, the 15th dav u[ Ma} lull

Hie following is ti e matt r of the above application

An extension of the tenus and conditions of the aald

Award so as to make them binding upon all per sons and einplojecs emploi ed or engaged in nnl about Farnering throughout the an i covered b} the said Award . Dated the 8th du of Ma} 1011

IOS! PII CAR! OSS

Chairlliin of the Board

IN TUT INDUSTRIAI COURT 01 NFW SOUTH

WAI IS-Application No 4PS of 1011-In the nnttir of in application bj tie UNHID STORMI1 N S UNION 01 NP« SOUTH «AITS for tile constitution of i Hoard for the following (.roiip of in lustnes, vu

lmplo}ccs m Wholesale. Drug 1 ictones and StorLS other thin office assistants storenion and packtra and lift attend nits wit! in th Count} ni Cunibirlind Notice is hereb} t,i\cu that application will lie mi to the Cnirt it I lie Co irthou Queen s smi ire Si

nev on Mon lav the. fifteenth du} of Ma} 1911 at ten of the clock in the forenoon or as soon thereafter oi tile Court ma) htar the application for the constltu lion of a noirl for tie following group of industries vi? employees in Wholesale Drug lectorios and Stores other than ofllce assistants storcuicn and packen* and lift attend indi within the Count} bl Cumberland

Dated the first da} of Mav 1911

THOMAS Mill I R

Secretar},

United Storemcn s Union of New South \\ ales. Trades Hall,

S} dney

T Will NO1 !< riSIONSIBII foran) DFUTS con

tneted in ni) name Mi) <i 1911

_ lACIv 11_\ Cow per_strcel AV ivcrle)

JO GRirriN C F I Iccnsed SURA I \ OR under

R.P. Act, Equitable bldg , 350 George it, Sydney,

AMÜSEMENTS.

If'E L'Y "CE' U" M.

FATAL WEDDINO

.MATINEE,

_TO-MORROW, 2.80._ rp n E L Y' C E TJ M.

The Fatal Wedding. Sole Direction. 0. SPENCER. Tho Fatal Wedding. - The Fatal Wedding. Evenings, 9.

The Fatal »,'cddlng. Mat., Wed. and Sar,, 2.S0. The Estai Wedding. i

The Fatal Wedding. SPENCER'S THEATRESCOPE CO. The Fatal Wedding. SPENCER'S THEATRESCOPE CO. The Fatal Wedding.

The Fatal Wedding. The Home ot Pictures. The ratal Wedding. - The Fatal Wedding. The Success Eclipses

The Fatal Wedding. All Other Successes. The Fatal Wedding.v -

The Fatal Wedding. PRESS OPINIONS TO DATE,

The Fatal Wedding Read them; they arc Genuine.

The Fatal Wedding.

The Fatal Wedding. "S.M. HERALD," May 8th:

Hie Fatal Wedding. Long and loud applause-Is an The Fatal Wedding. entertainment m itselt. The I'Btal Wedding. Packed houses.

The ratal Wedding. "D. TELEGRAPH," May 8th:

Tlie Fatal AVeddlng. The applause Is hearty. The Fatal Wedding. Picture compels attention. The Fatal Wedding. "SUNDAY TIMES," May 7th:

The Fatal Wedding. Packed houses the rule. It The Fatal Wedding.. deserves the applause it elicits. The Fatal Wedding. "SUNDAY SUN," May Ttlh

The Filial Wedding. No picture locally made ha» The FaUil Wedding. been able to vic with it. The Fatal Wedding. "TRUTH," May 7th:

The Fatal Wedding. There is no abatement in the The Fatal Wedding. attendance. Finest local work The Fatal Wedding. accomplished.

The Fatal Wedding. THE FATAL WEDDING.

The Fatal Wedding (By arrangement willi Clarke The Fatal AVeddlng and Meynell Pty., Ltd.)

Tlie Fatal Wedding Staged at enormous expense by The Fatal Wedding Mr. C. SPENCER,

The Fatal Wedding and produced by his staff of The Fatal Wedding Experts entirely.

The Fatal Wedding. Added to above great attraction, The Fatal Wrdding. an Entirely New Programme, The Fatal Wedding. Including '

The Fatal Weddin". THE OXFORD AND CAMBRIDGE Tlie Fatal Wedding. BO VT RACE,

Tlie Fatal Wedding Full Orchestra and Grand The Fatal Wedding Pipe Organ Accompaniment.

The Fatal AVeddlng. PRICES: 1/0, 1/, and Od. Plan Tlie Fatal Wedding., Paling's. Doors 7.15, Overture 8. The Fatal Wedding. We Change ori Monda.vs and The Fatal Wedding._Thursdays._

JfORTH SYDNEY COLISEUM,

RIDGE AND MILLER STREETS.

RECTION .... NORTH SYDNEY COLISEUM, LTD.

ROLLER SKATING SEASON, 1011. ROLLER SKATING SEASON, 1911. ROLLER SKATING SEASON, 1911.

THREE SESSIONS DAILY". MUSIC ALL SESSIOK&

INSTRUCTION FREE.

ADMISSION: ed; SKATES OR FLOORACE, 1/.

COLISEUM TREATRE.

Latest Scenic, Dramatic. Comic, and Historical

Films wiU be Screened Nightly.

SPECIAL NOTICE,

he Manaaenunt have decided to reduce the tariff is to bring the Theatre in line with modern popular enterprise«.

The Picture nail adjoining the Skating Rink pro- vides a Double Evening's Amusement for Patrons.

THE AMERICAN PICTURE PALACE, LTD.,

S03 'PITT-STREET, 303.

Direction . WALTER BROWN.

OPEN ALL DAY, ~ AM. TO 11 P.M.

Our Programme has again been changed. The Best Subjects from all parts of the World can be seen only here, combined with New- Illustrated Songs by best Talent ladles and Children are again reminded thatthe Best Pictures are to be sefin at our Day Sessions. ^Vc cater specially for you.

POPULAR PRICE. 3d¡ Circle, 3d Elfra.

FULL ORCHESTRA AND EFFECTS._ QTANDARD T1U3ATRE. Castlcrcagh-st (neat Fire Station), near Bathurst-st. (7 and 0 p.m.) TWO SHOWS NIGnTLY". (7 and 0 p.m.)

ALL VAUDEVILLE and NO PICTURES.

FRONT SEATS. 0d: BACK SEATS. 3d.

w

SS ETnEL A. STEPHENS

is now holding an

ExmnrnoN or'nEit PICTURES,

at her STUDIO. KIRKETON-ROAD . .

(between Darlinghurst-road and Roscbank-atreet),

from 10 to 5. ADMISSION FREE._.

!s

YTJNEY KILTIES' BRASS BAND.

CONCERT. WEDNESDAY, MAY 10th. MASONIC HALL. Castlercagh-strect.

_Tickets: Adults, It; Children, Od._ XFORD-CAMHRIDGÉ BOAT RACK, LY

Titi:, TODAY, TODAY'. _

PUBLIC NOTICES

^Tro^iSSÖÜniöN TJÎ FAKINhllhlUp"

-L> NOTICE is hereby given that the PARTNERSHIP hitherto existing between the undersigned BALTHAZAR CHRISTOPHLR BOUM-MANN and HLRUhllTAIJ ISON AAOOD in the business of Tailors and Mercers carried on b) tlicm at No 26 S)dnev Arcade King street. Svd ney In the State of New South Wales under the st)le of Bonicmann and Wood has'this dav been lils SOLA ED and the said business will in future be t£

"tó oin Ma^OlTT" »te "'° -" WTe.

WITNESS S B BANFILLD, Solicitor. 114A Pitt strict, Sydney '

B O BORNEALANN

IIERBIRTALUSOV WOOD TIMJ» HUXLEY

5AT ° T 1 Ö K

Artillery Shot Practice wiU be carried out from the Forts at South Head, Seawards TIUS DAY. between the hourn of 0 30 a m and 1 p in.

Masters of Shipping and persons In charge of boats an cautioned against remaining In am position such as would cause obstruction to such Practice.

Residents in tie vicinity of the nbovementloned 1 orts art speclall) warned to keep open all wlndowB during the period of firing

The danger rone will be not less than 0000 yards cast of the Coastline, and from North Head to Mac quaric Lighthouse

W J CLARK 1 leur. Colonel R A Co

_R.A Artillery New South Wales

R

FAMIIY AND DISPENSING CHEMISTr,

103 MARhET-STRHT SYDNTY

hos removed his PILARMACÏ from 151 hing street to IOS M AHMT S HILFT between Castlereagh and vl itt streets 4 doors from Castle

reagh street ow Ing to the Kii g street building being about to be

demolished

Mu

AL COUNCIL OI * SYDNE1 CLOSING 01 DAI STREET

IUBUO NOTICE is hereby given that DAi STREET will be CLOS1 D to vehicular traffic between King Gtr t anl Sussex-street during woodpaving opera

tions.

THOMAS II NESMIT,

Town Clerk Town Hull S)dnc),

Sth Ala) 1011_

FO STIII, Stock and Share Broker has RE

AIO\ I D lils Office from 1 ombard chambers Pitt

street to

\o 5 GROUND 1IOOR STOCK 1XCHANGE

BUILDINGS 113 PITT STRITT

recently occupied by Air J Ale) cr

"VT0TIC1 -I heriby withdraw from all Agents the X\ Sale of my Business, at Neutral Hi) from tlds

date

0/4/ 11_A J COLLINS

HI lil Bl nfologise to Mrs II TOMBS for slandering

her character ill tin. heat of temper as there was no foundation for sail: g whit I lil

'_AinrRI 1 AllinURO

S I inter d I mclng Lot 141 Rainbow st Hanlviek

? call on Owner of lot 141 to contiihutc to his

portion ofjnmc_(Signed) I TLfN NLAVMAN_

RT UNION to le drawn at tie Queens Hall Pitt »t. 8 o clock, Tuesday, May 0. IBU. J Croekat.

AMUSEMENTS.

w*

PICTURES 'West'«

NEW PRINCESS THEATRE, Late BI.TOD. NEW riUNCESS THEATRE, next

NEW PRINCESS TinîATUE, to Glaciarium.

THE WINTER HOME OF WESTS ÜICTURES,

riTT-STREET, PALACE THEATRE.

« PALACE THEATRE. AS USUAL. PALACE THEATRE.

WEST'S PICTURES.

Best ot All. WEST'S PICTURES, nest of All.

WEST'S PICTURES,

(Proprietors: WEST'S PICTURES, Limited.)

ALWA*YS FOLLOW THE CROWD TO WEST'S,

ALL-NEW PROGRAMME, CALCULATED TO FLEASE,

including

SATURDAY'S INTERSTATE RACEJ

showing

Training, the Actual Race,

and the

STRUGGLE FOR STATE'SUPREMACY. Sec the Ncck-and-Ncck Fight between

Y1CT0RIA AND TASMANIA. i Also,

THE OXFORD ANT) CAMBRIDGE RACE OF THE YEAR ffilE OXFORD .AND CAMBRIDGE RACE )F THE YTrl.AR

A SPECIAL SUPERIOR LOCAL PRODUCTION.

An

AUSTRALIAN PICTURE by AUSTRALIAN ARTISTS.

An Anglo-Australian Romantio Drama, entitled,

ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO, - Successfully Stage-managed and Produced by Mr. GASTON MERVALE for A.L.H. CO.,

and includes

Miss HARRIE IRELAND, Miss LOUISE CARRASSE,

and Messrs. GODFREY CASS and A. PATRICK.

OAMORRISTS' TRIAL. Sensation of CAMORRISTS' TRIAL. The Day.

DE GROEN'S VICE-REGAL ORCHESTRAS.

64, 1/, 1/6. People's Triers. 1/0, 1/, and Cd.

. SEATS MAY BE SECURED AT NICHOLSON'S.

REMEMBER: TO-NIGnT, PALACE and PRINCESS. Coming,

SUt HERBERT BEERBOHM TREE,

in

KING HENRY VTTI

J£ I N G ' S THEATRE,

GEORGE AND HARRIS STREETS.

OPEN ALL DAY FROM 11 A.M. to 11 P.M.

AT POPULAR PRICES, Sd and Od.

TO-DAY AND TO-MORROW, WEDNESDAY".

DON'T FAIL TO SEE the Very latest A.B. New

Y'ork Society Drama.

THE DIAMOND STAR.

This, together with 'Our finely-selected Programme, forms (or these d»ys the most up-to-date aU-day Show to be 6ccn in Sydney. '

ANOTHER CHANGE ON THURSDAY.

rpUOS. AVOOD, Teaeher Step, Fancy, and Ballroom J- Dancing. Class lessons daily, la. 173 Q.V. Markets. OXFORD-CAMBRIDGE IIÔÂT RACE, LYRIC

_THE.ATRE. TODAY. TO-DAY'.

TAJ. J. GEIIDE'S CONCERT, Town «ill, NEXT'SA'TUR" -L>_ DAY EVENING. _Colossal_ Programme._

DANCING.-Beginners' Class To-night, Tuesday, 8

p.m. Ladies and Centn., 1/ each. Ferndale Aca- demy, Oxford-st, AVlhra (all latest dances). Private lessons any time. Arthur J. Liddy. Tel.. 130 rath!. ""VOSS ELSIE B. PEERLESS sings "Ah, fors e lui" 1'JL (Traviata), Town Hall, next Saturday Evening. .

OXFORD-CAMUllIDGE «OAT RACE, LY1ÛÇ

THF. ATRK, TODAY. TOrDAY. _.

LKXANDRA COLLEGIA-People in the country . should learn by post. Foe, £2 2s, music included. 'LKXANDRA" COLLEGE.-No shanvC flats, "scales, or . exercises. Tunes first lesson. _

ALEXANDRA COLLEGE teaches you to play piano

(rom perfect music one month or refunded fee. A LEXANDRA COLLEGE.-Fee £Í Is. Full tuition -t\- and refunded if pupil does not play rerf. 8 less.

OXFORD-CAMBRIDGE BOAT RACE, LYRIC

_THEATRE. TODAY. TO-DAY'._ Ï'UNITY CHORISTER BOYS in "Gipsy Unghlng

Song," Gehde's Concert, next Saturday Evening.

HE ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS AND AQUARIUM

T

TO LET.

A COTTAGE, empty, Drynan-st, Summer Hill, 7

rms., gd. yard, S min, stn. Ap. 27 Nowraine-st AUBURN.-Choice new Villa, oiery convenience,

17s 6d. II. W. J. Harley, Es1. Agent, Auburn. ASHFIELD.-A commodious and high-class COT-

TAGE, in select locality, 4 liedrooms, urawing, dining, aud breakfast rooms, £60 p.a.

HEIGIIVAY and HIGCS, Ashfield.

BEAUTIFUL BRONTE.-Cott*gc to Let, 6 rms., every

' cony., splcn. view, 14s. Ilelreshmcnt RnL, Bronte. BONDI.-Pretty S.D. Cottage, facing ocean, £1; also

3-nnd. Cottage, Us. Dummer, agent, Bondi-rd. BONDl-rd, Bondi.-Cottage, 5 rms., kit, ever)- conv.,

£1 week. Apply 225 Oxford-st, Darlinghuret_ BURWOOD. S min. from station.-Dct COTTAGE, 6

rooms, kit,, and offices, garden, etc, 25s. Also Cottage, 5 rooms, kit,, and ofllccs, 18s Od.

TeL, 6S5. ARMYTAGE and LKACOCK. Durwood.

COOGEE.-Cottages to Let, Furnished and Unlur

nlihcd, from als p.w. Day, Estate Agent, Cooee«,

COTTAGE, near Sydney, 0 rooms, jcrc land, 10s.

Braund and Co.. 440 Oxford-st, Paddington.

CIOITAGE to Let, near tram and ierry. Apply 76

' Mortat. Balmain._ _

CLASS-ROOMS to LET, one morning and one after-

noon week, suit teacher languages. A"ily letter, _Home, Art Society, Mosman.

CTY'.-Share Oftlce, ground floor, 7s Od: also ground

floor, 60 x 37, suit store, workshop, moderate rent; Shop, 5s wk., fhiurca for sale £25.

_PUDNEY and SMITH. 17 Pitt-strect

COMMODIOUS and Wcll-Ilglllcd OFFICES to LET."

ELDON-CHAMRERS, Pitt-street, near General Post Otllcc Apply

_J. BULLEN, nerald Office.

D'MOYNE.-To Let, 4-rmd. Cottage, every conveni

ence, Us. Apply Danesbury Cottage. Broughton-st DENTIST.-A Flat, in city; ccutral position, use of

furnished waiting ai.d work rooms, partly furnished surgery, hot and cold water, electric light and power. Apply Dens, Herald, King-street Branch._ DOUBLE BAY, Holt-street, near Ocean-street, and

close to tram.-RESIDENCE, 0 rooms and all ofllccs. Rent £150 p.a. Apply

RALNE and HORNE.

SO Pitt-street Tela.. 10SS, »661 Central.

ENMORE.-Wcll-fiirn. Cottage, 5 rooms, piano, lui.,

cutlery, rent SSs. 11 Relby-st._ EASTERN SUBURBS.-Furnished.-1 make a specialty

of Furnished Uouscs and Cottages, and have one of tile leading lists in Sydney, from 25s to 5 guineas. B. SANDS, Alldls-ch-, Bondi June. 'Plu. Waverley 2SS. I7IURNISÜED COTTAGE to Let, about 30s. Apply

* Carysfort, Hcnwick-st, Marrickville. .

FURNISHED RESIDENCE, Glebe Pt., 0 rooms, all

cony., piano, cull., gas stove, 45s, 24 Toxtcth-rd. IJAARM, DAIRY', 120 at, rich aUuvlal, well grassed, J? paspalum, clover, etc, house, 0 ra., stables, sheds, etc., rt 20s. opt purch., £575. James, Rawson-pl.

FACTORY.-To be Let. Premises, convenient to

Gcorge-st West, suit shirt factory, boots, brushwan!, etc, good floor space, good hack entrance. Apply " R. SVn'NY'. m KHxahctb-strcet, near King-street FURNISHED, Wirrawee.-Residence, 6 rms., piano.

Hu., eût, tek, every conv. 6 mths., 50s week. _BACKHOUSE and GOYDER, 00 Pltt-strcct, TnrURNISIIÈD, Pymbli. large Residence, eontg. 1 'SJ ' rooms, all convs., r. S4s week.

BACKHOUSE and GOYDER, 00 Pltt-strcct. FURNISHED, AT NEUTRAL BAY",

Charming COTTAGE, S recep., S bedrooms, lln., cut., all convs., close tram, high pos., good locality, mod, rent Ibels, Macdermott, 681 Pitt-st. T" 1054 0. GLEBE PT.-New scml-dct Cott, 4 rms., large kit;

laundry, bathroom, pantry, linen-press, gas, tiled ver., marble steps, facing Public park, 20s week. Key _4f>3 Olche-road, past Tram Terminus. '

OUSE.-To Let, 3 spac. Rooms, bath, copper, gas, kit., Irg. yard, over shop, 15s. 350 Oxford-st, Pad. KENSINGTON (only first-class tenant accepted).

Sup. scml-dct- Bk. COTT (nearly new), 5 big rms., Gas STOVE, verandahs front and rear, all conv., "Is at I/Allcgro, In Kensington-road, near Todman- avenue. Key next door. P. J. WARD, 77 Parraraatta-rd, An'dale. (Tel., 391 Newtown)._ T INDFIELD.-Brick Det Villa, 5 rms., kit, nil cons., JU gas, water, etc. rent 25s. Dale, agent Lindfield L~ÔNO LEASE of Premises in Gcorge-st, good position.

AA-.W., Herald Office._ LADY will Let well-funilshed COTTAGE, containing

3 bedrooms, drawing, dining, and large breakfast rms., enamel bath and heater, piano, gas stove, asbestos fires ever)' room, one minute from Coogee tram, on term 12 months for low* rental to responsible people. Tel.. MO Randwirk. Millrose, Donraster-av.. Kens'ton. TI TANLY.-Furnished COTTAGES. Robey, Hanson,

and Strong, Ltd., opp. Pier.

OSMAN, nr. Cremorne tram.-Pretty brick COIL, i .rms., ¡»s. Tuohy, Mlliury-rd. Neill. 'Ph.. Sjji N.S. MOSMAN, Splt-rd, ocean and harb. views.-Cott. 0

rs., k., etc., £2 2s wk; others from £1. HEATH and CO., Military-rd, nr. Cremorne June. T., 610 Moi.

ANLY.- To LET, comfortable Furnished 6-roomcd

COTTAGE, piano, gus, und fuel stove, owner leaving few months, £2 2s weekly. Apply

_30 Plttwiitcr-road. jiear PJne-strcet._ -VFÉÜTR.AL.-Fur. Colt, 6 r" piano, etc, hdy. tram, JA £2. less term. Tuohy, Military-rd. 'Ph., 840 N.8. "\TKUTRAL, Mosman.-Cottages, 4, 5 rms., lfis, 17s 6d, IN »Os, 22s Od. Tuo!iy,_ Neutral;_'Phj_L._E<0_NA_ ?XTÖRT1I " SYDNEY, Alexandcr-st, Cottage, ~5 rms., IA kit,, c\cry convenience, ISs week.

_BACK 1 lOI'Si: nnd_GOYDER, 00 JP|tt-strcet_ XTORT1I SYDNEY Heights, West and Amherst streets. IN Cottage, 5 large ran., kit., laundry, enamelled bath, gas stove, _ront_2n-i a week. Inspection invited. VrORTlfSYDNEY HEIGHTS, 214 Falcon-street lae JN ing Reserve-Semi-detached Residence, 7 large ?ooms, kit, laundry, pantries, batliroom, linen press, .cnt £84 year. Key next door._ VTORTlf'SYDNEY-, 67 Edward-street, off Bay-road,

JN Detached COTTAGE, 6 large rooms, kit, laundry, 3-itliroom, pantry, etc., rent 27s 6d week. Apply

jauiroon, i j. ANDERSON, on premises.

O

FFÍCií, Moore-st, Furniture and Fittings for Sale

( renulied, low rent. 1'iercy Ktlicll. 3 Moore-st. ..ICE to Let, suituble f " "

Kov's-cliambcrs, Bond-Bt.

riVARCE-ST. Double Bay.-Cottage, 4 rooms, modern

'Phone, Parish

HOUSE 6 r. and k,,

P~ÄDD1N0T0N, 481 aienmore-rd.-HOUSE 6 r.

etc., (fas, all coo. Ope« fix» S U 6 tun.

AMUSEMENTS.

J^YRIC AND COLONIAL THEATRES,

No. 1 AND 2,

George-Btrcot.

Direction '.. J. D. WILLIAMS.

PERPETUAL MOTION

FROM U A.M. TO 11 P.M.

N0 CHEAP PHOTO-PLAYS,

BUT PHOTO-PLAYS CHEAP.

WE BEQAN WITH.. A POLICY AND WE INTEND TO

MAINTALV IT,

via.,

AA'e give an entire change of programme twice weekly,

MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS.

We show no photo plays over three days, nor do we

repeat them at any of our otlicr theatres.

TUTS POLICY IS A PROTECTION TO

OUR THOUSANDS OF REGULAR

PATRONS.

You can get nothing better than that which i« perfect,

and perfection is the word that expresses the

character of our shows,

You vrill not pay more than a penny for a penny postage stamp, so why should you pay more than 3d or 6d for a photo pla)- entertainment.

THESE ARE THE ENGLISH AND AMERICAN PRICES

OF ADMISSION.

If every Thcatro in Sydpcy decided to produce the >ame play, Managers would Boon have to close their doora. AVo arc wise enough to realise this fact, that "is why tho photo play at each of our theatres is »s

different as

? AN ELEPHANT IS TO AN

AEROPLANE,

You cross from the Colonial No. 1 to the Colonial No. 2, then you take a gentle walk to the Lyric, and you have accomplished the whole circuit of our theatres for a sum total in money which our opposition expects

to play for one performance.

FULL ORCHESTRA AND EFFECTS AT EVENING

PERFORMANCES.

LADIES' RETIRING ROOMS AND LADY

ATTENDANTS.

TO-DAY. TO-DAY. TO-DAY.

This is the day of all days, from 11 o.m. to 5 p.m.

GRAND BENEFIT MATINEES AT LYIUO AND

COLONLAL THEATRES.

IN AID OF THE CORONATION CADETS'

FUND.

ONE-n.ALF TnE GROSS RECEIPTS DONATED TO

THE ABOA"E FUND.

BE PATRIOTIC.

PATRONISE A GOOD CAUSE.

YA FEATHER FORECAST.-CREAT STORM, Town nail, VV next SATURDAY EVENING. Bring Umbrellas.

_TO LET._

T>OSE BAY. _

COTTAGES to LET at 16s and 17a 6d.per week. Also, Modern COTTAGE of 6 good rooms from 25s.

Fine Modern HOUSE of 0 good rooms, nice grounds, at 40s. '

.All the above ore liandy to tram and Golf Links.

RICHARDSON and CO.,

Auctioneers and Property Agents,

107 Pitt-street; and Newcastle-street, Rose Bay. .Phones: Edgecliff 615. City SOO._ SHOP.-To Let, half Shop, with gas and fixtures, 27s

Oil, with dwell. £2. SM Oxford-st, Paddington. ÇJMALL AVORKSHOP. Apply 20 Huntcr-st.

Mannlx. Boot Shop, (34 Ccorge-st, city.

aV) LET, .Urge Yard, 0-stall stable, loose EOT,

- _etc S5 Kciißington-st,_city._ nib . - -

rpO LET, flm-class \TLLA, containing 6 large rms., J- all offices, rent 30s per week. R. P. BLUNDELL, Park-road, Gore 11111._

APARTMENTS, BOARD, RESIDENCE.

A FURN, balcony, also downstairs front Room, Bellê

vue tram stop at door. 139 llargrave-st, Padd'ton.

Francisst, Hyde Park.

» eck. S3 Bathurst-st. ._ 241 ¡ Double Rooms.

A LADY, alone, has newlyfunUsbed ROOM, BOARD,

Id section, 277 Forbes st. Darlinghurst._

AT 114 Philllp-sL-Dblc. and single. banc. Rooms

A'acant, hot, cold baths, g. table, terms v mod. A GENTLEMAN, to Share Room, board and rest

dence. Derwent, 25 Wynyard'Sq. T.. 25IS City. BERGELDIË, 82-84 Hunter-st. Double Balcony .ROOM, also Single Room; breakfsst optional. '

' T 52 Fllndcrsst-Front Bal. Bed and Sitting

ROOMS, 11s od; ground floor, Double, Ps.

COMF. Home, S Gentle, paying guests. Rotel, Harbour-st. Mosman, 2 m. Spit June handy ferry COMF, HOME for young General, 2 adults, rcf. Mrs. J. Martin, Marniion-rd, Abbotsford._

T 176 Forbes-st, off WilUam-st.-A" well-furnished BALCONY ROOM, gas, every convenience ,

4J Aj Ai

A

Key

A

T LOLOMA, SO and 38 Bayswater-nk-A'ACANCIES.

A CLEAN, nicely furnished downstairs ROOM, very

convenient to city. 4Sfl Crovvn-st. Surry Hills, AT 11 Pittst, Redfern.-Apartments to Let; also

lst-cl. Stables, place suit, for factor)-, every cony. AWELL-FURN. Hal. Room vacant, suit two gentn.

"or married couple. 31 Castlereaghst, Redfern.

AT Bolina, 110 A'ictoria-st, Darlinghurst.-Large bal.

Room, well finn., detached house, grounds.

A,

T CALUELA, 230 Maequariest. - Under new man

-^k. agement-P.. & J'^LJhi?i!i^l>!hiJpitï_L859, A SINGLE ROOM, (urn., board optional', terms modi

rate. 50 Castlereaghst, Redfern._

A LARGE Front ROOM, suit 2 friends, every i

venience. 246 Forbes-st, Darlinghurst._ A CLEAN Furnished ROOM, suit a single man, 4s

Od week, 6 AVcllsst, Redfern._._

A FURN. Balcony Room, also single,' Id sec, every

conv.. terms mod. 235 A'ictoria-Bt, Darlinghurst. ALARQK Bal. Room, also front (¡round-floor Room,

vacant ni 0 Rosrhank-st, Darlinghurst._ A~T~MILSON'S POINT.-FLAT, Bed-sitting Room,

kit., gas or fuel stove, rent 17s. 44 Fitr.roy-st.

A MARRIED Couple or 2 Gentn., share Room, adult arU- fam., 3 min, train, 5 tram. 6 The Avenue, P'sham. AA'ERY corni. INlr. Flat, 2 or S rms., gas stove, no

child. 2.V.I Clcnmore-rd, near Five Way», Belle, tr. A BALCONY Bed-Sitting Room, refined home, suit

bus, gent., min. Bellevue tr. 3S Gowlliopest, Pad.

ADELAIDE HOTEL, Moore Park-nl, Paddington, 12

min. ritv. First-cla-ss Residential House, healthv locality, tenus moderate. G. B. HOWARD, I'rom-ietor.

T DALMUIR, EDGECLIFF.

Large Double Balcony ROOMS.

Tel.. 8C6 Kdg. Two doors below Edg. P.O.

ALPINE HOUSE, 201-0-8 Vlctoria-st Darlinghuret.

Nevvly built and constructed for the convenid

of boarders, 60 bal. bedrooms, smoke, draw, rms. Ace. i hot bath. Id sec. Madamo Desjardln». T., 72 Wm.-«t. A LADY offers 2 double Fur. Balcony llcdrootns, din ii ing.room, nnd use kit-, facing Sydney Cricket Ground, 3 ni. from Paddington Town Hall; also ring. Room, suit gent,, 6s. 246 Park-rd, Moore Park.

A COMFORTABLE and refined HOME, II minutes

from elly, very large WELL-TURN. Ualronv Rooms,1 view», hot bath. EXCELLENT COOK. 'Phone, 141S N.C. Miegunyah,

32 AA'alker-street, North Sydney. Miss DOWLING._

B'

153

ßA B

OAKD ("id tt edit cn Le for .mirneti couple or friend», Urge bale rai., pUno. mod 02 Gltbe-rd, Glebe«

APARTMENTS, BOARD, RESIDENCE

130 ARD and IODGINLN, or Furnished ROOMS -o-* cheap 54 Ciiriion cres, Summer lilli opp station TÎUARU and Residence for 2 or 1 genta., privat ^ home good table, tenns mod 18 Benny st Padil

I.ÍOAEJJ and ltLS offered to a working )Oung mai ?X-J. prlv fam nr tram train 14 Warwick ht Stan BOARD Recommended, IHirnlslied and Unfurnisho

FLATS ROOMS furnished KOUShS Resldentia CIIAMBHtS for Sole Mrs. SEAMOUR, 156 hine

street. Tel . 2035 Pit)

BOAH-It V, PUP1S POINT

L.iri,c Grounds, water frontage, excellent culirinc

Double \ crondall ROOM Aacanl

Phone, 02 W llliam street.

OL

GOMF Home, 3 gentn , every com , prlv fam , n

other bdrs., moil Rotorua 3 Perchai rd,_Stanm OOMF Furn ROOM to LIT, Btiit Bingle man, n

other lotlgirs. Appl) 4V> Riluv st Surrv Ililli CRI MORN E.-l'urnfshed FLAT or ROOMS to LL1 _close to ferr), good view Box 3», 0 P 0

COM* lum ROOM, suit gent, private (amil)

bath latchkey, 'mod MO Crow n »t. Surry Ililli CARLTON MANSIONS, corner of AMgram and Glee

reis.- i he most up to date Rea. in Sydnc), bcaul furn bal D and S. rooms, large grounds and lawr 10 miautcs city, 0 bathrooms, hot water service, bi Hard, smoke, and reception rooms. Trams to dooi mod Til , 173 Glebe

D

ARLLNailUHSl -At 21 Orwell st single Room, lr

floor nicely furnished hot baths.

DA _

TTkARLLNGHLRST, 43 Cralgcnd st.-Nicely fur Roon J-' suit 2 friends, also ting Room, 1 m top AVlm st D'HURST, 00 llavswnter rd -Comfortable, furn

front*- Room, Al C or gent conva. terms mod

D

ARLINOllURST, 131 Barcom nv -Rooms Furn an Unfurnished suit married couple or friends.

DARLINGHURST RD, Sonia, 109-Sup Pur Doubl

ROOAi, also single .every conven , breakfast opt ARUNGHCRST, 1SI Burton st -A comfortable Fin Bajçon) ROOM, suit 1 or 8 Mends, opp Green I'k DARLINGHURST. 151 Liverpool sC-Largc well furn

Single or Double ROOM every conv . hot hatl 'TVABIOJ1, s_5_ Darlinghurst rd.-Private Board an DARLINGHURST-MOLA, 210 Alctoriast, Prlv Bl

and Hold , ft bale Room vaunt l_mln_ld JICK DOWNSTAIRS ROOM to Let, furnished suit old ng

nensloiier 6 AAcntworth-st, Paddington_ DARLINGHURST, 17 Kellett st -Double and Singl

Rooina vacant with boord 'Phone, 173 AAm si

DOUBLE and Single Furnished ROOMS, clean, use (

kitchen, lath 210 liverpool st city, S Hills DARLINGHURST ^242 rothes st-Single ROOMS Gi

6s 7s. breakfast if reg dble Room lum I lol DARLINGHURST-Well furnished Balcon} BTDROO

and Sitting room to I TT (or separately), breakfai if desired, close tram. TcL, private.

Box, G P 0 , ISIS

DO YOU RLQLllth HOARD, ROOMS I LATc

IIOLSES, SUMAIER lil SORTS, RENTS COI L1CTTD appl) AilssMVCLACHLAN S AGENCY (tstal I'm), tgultabje SJO George st,_nr _C P O Tel , 392C ELDLRLA íádv can have good "Home with quit _ famil), for 7s Cd wk l8 Oo)donrd, Croydon ENMORE.-Single rumiSicd ROOM to LET, 1 mil

tram 23 Manan st _

EASTl-RN SUBURBS-For Furnished or Unturnislic

Pints, Roon» or Board and Residence, consul B SANDS. Alldlsch Bondi June 'Ph , Waverley 28. FUNR1S1U.D Hat vacant, 2 bedrooms, (lining roon

kitchen Alarlow Albert st, P'shom. off S morc-ri

I TALA 1 of 2 unfuruUhed rooms, with balconies a«

? fireplaces rent Us. 20 Cro)don st. Petersham. FURNISH! D ROOM opp Hvle Park, suit sing _gentleman 12s (jil wk. Lotett's. 219 Lllzabcth s FURN' Double Balcon) Room to Let suit 2 ladi

going business. 22 Clara st, Frakincville.

17ARONT ROOM in nice house, good position Joba

? stan, 187 Darling st. Balmain_ FURN Balcon) Room, suit M.C or bus girls ui

kitchen No 5 Paul st, Milson s PL, 2 mlns ferr PURNIbUlD double Room, suit MC or ! fnend

break opt 282 Dowling st. Darlinghurst

17A0R1ST LODG1, 10 John st, ntl llridgi rd -Froi

/Balcony ROOM,_ furnished, suit 2_fricnd\ 4s wl FIRST CLASS Boaíd and Residence, 2 minutes fro

ferry g1 home Providence Smith st. Bald Roc ITtUR Room,» break-, <aiit 2 gentfc., pnv lam

. m cltv, 1 m tr, t mod Mora Ceo st A\ PC FLAT, newlv prettily furn in private house, Í

one or two ladies hot bath, gas stove large vc andah, nice view, garden, reis, exchanged SO Bay water road, Darlinghurst,

G G'

ROUND ILAT, 2 dble. furn Rms., use k., all i

Appl) Swan. 44S Oxford st, _ Paddington

HALF COTTAG1, or two Unfurnished Rooms, adul

and 2 children, good, and yard for 24 fowls, Pni dlnt,ton or Bondi Junction preferred, must be clcai IL, Bandi Post office

H

AA'ILAU,

Ocean street, AA oollahra,

minute from Bellevue Hill tram.

_Telephone S02 Edgecliff

LONDON', ENGLAND-2 and 3 Torrington squar

Russell squart, W C Most central!) situated f business and pleasure, within live minutes of St. Pa

erna

Room and Bit from Is dailv or Ids Od, weekly lift, and Dejeuner from 25a vioekl)

"AflLSOVS POLNT-Balcon) Single Downstair Rim -OX brkfst opt, new ly furn , nr ferr) 24 Burton »

AR

OSMA*) -Comf Home offered 1 or 2 paying guest Btipwlor_privato_famil) ,_£l_wçck._615^ Herald

OSMAN-WcU furn. Dbl Bedroom, use din, kit

fjAR stove, ever) convenience Morea, Langs

MOSMAN, Reid Park.-Pa)ing Guests (ladies-only

unique opportunit) for nice girls, channin homo 3 mins from ferr) Dame, Motman 1-crry P ( -"vTOinil SADNLA., 229 Walkcr-it.-Board, Res., rill

X^_spaelous grounds large rooms, views, piano mod "VfORTU SiDNLA. -Large baL Room, well furn , su X> ni c or gentn., «Ingle Km., nr tr, L 33 Blue s "VT/ICI. Smgle Room, furnished mit gentleman 1' JL> A litoria at North. Darlinghurst._ "\nCKLA. Furnished large balcon) Room A acan X> opp Union Club 13 Bligh st, city_

TsOOMS to LET 44 Arthur st, Paddington

XV_ __ ' OINCLE ROOM \ ACANT 13 Blígh-st, city

I .QMA1X Front ROOM to Uri, furnished or unTu

¡O nl<hed 806 Geort.c st, Ha) market_

SUl'HtlOR Home offered to Married Couple, larg

balcon) room, ever) comfort, close to ferry Phon« 15Ë9 North S)dney 2a AAalker st, Lavender Bay_ TIM) LET, t urn. I LA r, 2 larte and 1 small rms

I'ar view, up kit., gas stove. Quinan, Edgccllfl rp\\0 \oung Ladles friends, can have com'ortabl X HOM1 26 Derwent st, Glebe, near Broadwa)

T'O LLT 1 urn Balcony ROOM suit 2 friends or m c

J3 Cathedral st, opp Domain, city _

a->0 LIT, rtirnithed and UnfurnlBhed ROOMS, at 13

? William st. cit)_^_ O LET, BaL H , It», Double It , ts. Single, 4f X downstairs &s, 3 untura , 7s. 270 Cleveland st

MAO LET, large Ualcon) ROOM, with sole use c X kitchen 21 Gloucester st.

mWO Unfurnished ROOMS to LET, abo Sinjlo fui X nished Room 179 Glenmore rd Paddington

mWO comfortable ROOMS to LIT, newly furnished

X Apply 114 Prinees-st cltv_

rno LLT, two Unfurnished Rooms los Norton al

X Lciehhardt,_____^_ aAO LET, Furnished Balcony Room 3 mins ¡roi

. Enmore tram terminus 16 Liberty st, Stanmore

rno" LET, 2 unfurnished ROOMS, use of kitchen, ne i X train, tram AA Slmeson, tob, Palace st, P shair alWO Roomed, untur 1 LAT, front and back bales.

- stove bath, and l'diy.jMS Park rd, Moore Park rno LET, in prhatVhomc, 1 D , 2 S. Bed Rooms, an X Sitting Room, h and c w , tel, breakfast or ful boord 4 A , Post-olflcç, W LUlaiit street._ miUtLE unfurnished "ROOMS, use of kitchen, mt X married couple, no children, 3 minutes from Id sec Maori Di e and Cleaning AVorl » 155 P matta rd A'dalc a'AHL CARLTON Residential Chamberí central

. root»), select, 164 Phillip-street, late St James Rector) Single Room and large Balcon) Bed Bit Ung Room now available. Tel , City 2313_ UMUR, Hat, self cont, 14s, uni bal Rms, 4s, ti

to 5s , fur dble. rms. Bett, 451 Oxford st, Padd UNFURNISHED FLAT to Let, every conv , hot batl

anil 'phone SO Darlinghurst rd, top AVm.^t

M URNISHED Front ROOM, use kitchen, Ga. 81 Cascade st, Paddlugton._ "TTACAivClhS for 2 respectable Gentlemen Boarders

V 100 Fbley-st, Bondi lunction_

ACANCttS for Al C or gentn., private (amil) Charlton A illa, S Cavendish st, 1 nmore

IP

Y

ArAÇANÜlhS, Residential Chamber«, 75 Phillip «t V w w

eirv Urge furn Double Rooms also Single.

AC A NI 10th inst. large dble lim , overlookint lawn, garden, horb v 30 AVm «t (fr cnt Bluest) -L can place you in Rooms Fur or Uni, or Board because we inspect. Mackenzie 127 King st,

IDOW-Lad), unfur Room, with Board, state term.

fs reg B) letter 10 Campbell st, Padd

;W^_

\-\nDOW has wcU furnished Bale Room, suit marriec ' '_coupli. min tram bridge 14 Glenview st, Padd

w^.

ANT1D, young lodi, to share room with daugh ter, comf home, piano E.M , 1 nmore PO

1URN Bale Room, morning sun, board opt,

would Let Half House, piano, gas and fuel 5loves oil eonv no chll Aberl) n, 27 Grafton st Whra

TURN Room required by Lad), near AA ntcrs rd

_Neutral Ba)_Terms, AAyong, Military rd P O

BOARD wanted for }oung lad) In bus private fam

ilv, D hurst State tenns, L L. Wm ¡t PO

B° " . "

B^_

¡TNT in Govt. rcqa. Board and Lodgings, Redfern

must bcjlean, prlv home. I G M. Darlington P O GtrNIIIMAN requires Board and Lodging, within

r _u min rltl) Mod tcrms_I\cn Box 1SU0 G P O LODGINGS and Breakfast for working man, Summei

Hill or n bourlnod Tcrm3, O \ O Herald lvg st. LADA wants a sunn) and furnished Balcon) ROOAI,

DarlinehurBt prêt Aloderite 1' O 1 i\ e Dock

I' ADA would give Services superior Boarding hou«,

Jjcwn country, ret board \ W , P O , Waverley LADA wants BOARD Res., or Apartments, half to

one hour cit), close rail 7ero PO, Auburn

L-MAIS! I AM-Wanted, In MC, well furnished

double front ROOM must have gas and all con vcnicnccs no children

B IC Post-olure Petersham

w

m M

AKÎJT-\onnft; Gentleman requires accommodation

pri\-ato famil}» »tAtc termi. líoderate, Ilenüd.

. APARTMENTS, BOAED, MÄHC?

? ^MlÉ^^W^c^^

,1 TJOOILS wtd-arfeldTCroTdonairrtrirr^ :- riYtt'O unlur. ltôolnTlyaTuSu-^^?^^^^

-, ;J-ii°%_m.«t_bc_jlcar city- Moderne Sï.lST' d WANTED, BOAR-DTTtesItoceT^^ft-^,

<? WÍS?,'b)r yn?'Gcnt-Iio,mi MdiöroiitTpL

'. \AT1T)., nr. Petersham,.furn. Room, ¿en^tlTSr - I^JL^kitiJîdy, ..2_chIIdrej^lM,n^R nÙednUUW'

li. WANTED. ^rrdslieT^ntc^nTiS^ r,ry_l^^«P^JsTPje!_ia_or Sa. Widow UeiK I WANTED by 2 gentïTB^art-anTTiTsr^T

lt'" hurst j.tTLj.juod. _A. C. II., PaiulnVtonp I'

- W'ifi"' ton'shed doubirROOM.lisrcSnvSrrS y >V_linghurst,_çhlld6yrs. Amos, MTVlctoiSfe Dit

,, II-'"»-, use kitchen. Ternis. Lima Bondi Junct. P0? ? WANTED, hy 11.0., c^frfWHEo^TBT

> > Stanmore prêt. Moderate. P.O. Oulldtord

» y vic, r. Lodge. Terms. SS3 Cleveland-lit R»tkt?

. '.' ' "»!. for m.c. Swan, ««y^fm^.ip^ T" ., WANTED, by married couple, Furnished liSrnTS' WTD.. d°wns'i Bedrm., widow-, dghtrrPro"r-f7jr

. VV r. Ss, Up. Fort-st, or Miller's'Pt^RE *n?Í.^¡ - WAírrED' <'"'.;"'. "oom, gent, Ashfield to Newtan; d ' V_TermsLJVi)llam»L Elm Udge, Beatrlce-tt, Â5S WANTED, Board and Rea., by ilSto^STxuZ

,. milwaj^taljon^Slatc tern* EnginSK NUrk ra

- WANTED, to Sliarc n UouiS^tXlTa^rSSr. e > > Apply SO Evelelgh-st Redfern. "" C°"l'it'

W'S'FiP b,i 5'oun? Man' a comf.' lióme, w ""_:.' _Particulars to Worker. Oxford-st P ó ^^

WANTED by elderly ladTTBoartT-own'mr.. &£

' " Sill»., terms moderate. C. L" PaddlmnÀ, Pr7

WAtí'£!';H.' X"'J,'* P"«lf t0 business, a liar].

Furnished ROOM, at Lavender Hay. mod.

_ÍPPblJJrgent__0__NO_>!Íydn<T,

WANTED, by young Man, Superior noan! and Reï

dence, at Manly, near Ferry. Analr ttiH» tenns. to Mawhal, e/o Herald Office? PW' ""» WANTED, good BOARD and Residence, for raimed' » ' couple, boy 0 years, near Enmore terminus, Bil.

"V7-OUNG Lady wnnts Single Furnished Room, I

city, or N. Shore. Moderate, Wllliamst P.O.

"yOUNQ Man wants Comf. Room¡ Sut« temi X etc, Connors. Herald Branch, Kinp-rt._

rOUNG LADY, business, requires Board and liai

dence, handy city, early. Pars., M.M.. Hgili ?\7-0UNG Man wants comfortable Board and Reside»,' -L private family, eastern suburbs. Terina, etc., ta _ _F_G., IIcrald,_Kin5-«üwt

YOUNG Lady requires RESIDENCE and~I!0Alu\

must be Id section, also washing done. Soil price, board. Apply ' M. K., Herald Office.

COUNTRY RESORTS.

KATOOMDA.~Selcct Private Aecommodiüoa. C¡¡7

address, e.o. Brown. 8 Rowe-st Tel,, 1127 City.

TT-ATOOMBA COFFEE PALACE.

Mr. R, TAMM has resumed the Management o! li* Coffee Palace, and will be pleased to see old trierA and new ones. Tel., 35 Katoomba. : LEURA, near stn.-Nice furn. Cottage, plino, pi,

etc T. Quinn, Co., Ltd., 76A Pitts!. T" Cm-SR PAYING Guests taken on farm, South. Line, tarit lil _week._Address 700, O.P.O., Sydney.

ST.

_Sydney._ RINGWOOD, Lorna Doone.-Comf. Home lor i

WANTED, Fur. COTTAGE. Katoomln, nur staUca,'

.1 nns. and kitchen, piano, fortnight or mooth,

at once, 25s or 30s.

_Box 520, O.P.O., Sydney.

HOTELS.

1 TARDERAI. PALACE HOTEL, MELB0ÜBX&

? LARGEST HOTEL IN AUSTRALASIA.

Two Dining Rooms and Cale.

Write for Tariff Card.._

G-u __

For Comfort, Convenience, and Cuisine,

Unrivalled in tho City,

i DAILY TARIFF, 10s; WEEKLY, £3 3s.

C. W. M. CHATEAU,

Tel.. Central 860._Proprietär.

H'

;OTEL WILLOUGHBY, NORTH SYDNEY, te*

opened after extensive renovations, kupertici mvued. Tram and train available. 'Phone, 111 Chatswood. J. KNIGHT'SMITH. Proprietor.

HOTEL STEYNE, MANLY, Facing the 0CEAÏ

BEACH, half-mile irom MANLY GOLF USB,'. the FINEST LINK IN AUSTRALASIA. An ideal pla.

for a GOLFER'S HOLIDAY.

The Climate Is as delightful In WINTER u tia SOUTH OF FRANCE.

SURF BATHING ALL THE YEAR IIODXD.

._0. J. BUHCIIMORE, Proprietär..

HOUSES, LAND, ETC., WANTED.

SLADE and BROWN, 31 Moore-street. AUCTION SALES OF PROI'ERTY.-Fee, £L coria

Cost of Advertising, Notice Hoards, Inspectiez. No other Charges unlcs3 succe.-sful. Land SubdtrifW.

ERNEST C. V. BROUGHTON-, 113 Pitnaert. ANNANDALE,

.lohnston-strect, or vicinity, wanted to Best, RESIDENCE, willi 0 to S rooms, etc., for i pre!» sional man.

Send particulars to

HARDIE and GORMAN, 133 PitUtrcet _ ESTATE Agent-Yg. Bus. .Man wants Buy Buri»«, _with living or opening. 77 Mary-st, Wch_r__ IF Y;ÖU HÂVE A PIECE OÈ" LAND snd BO cut,

and require a Home, rall upon, the AutnlJU Building Co.. 113 Pitt-street, Stock Exchuife-build«, 2nd floor. Take lift._. -ITAURÑISIIED

-VTTH. SYD.-Wtd., Res., 6 or 7 n., kit-, ""J P* .

JNrl.Jtl 10s nilli. 177 Bridge-nl, Glcbe__!k"

n TDADDOCK required for pony, CJEV dbtanre to»J . :. 1 months. ParUcs.. Peaker. 3! Oxford-it, __"?

771URN1SIIED COTl'AGES (2), balmain, M*i¡w;¡V X or neiglilwuring subs., about 25s to £2; alwuR-, N1SIIED HOUSE, suitable ¡or Boarding EilabUiiai«» eastern subs. Send particulars early to

HOLDEN and KEYSKN. Royalchamben, 3 Otleros»

street, comer llunter-slrcct. Tel.. 1C05 Cil?. _ HABERFIELD, Ashtlcld.-liuyer wtg., brt Cou., 5

r" k.. aht. £700. Broughton. 13 Oif.-fe F«t. HURSTVILLE.-Cottage, 4 "large rms., Ut., orJJ _lotment of Land. C. li. It. 13 Lambert-it, Entolj

IAV1SH TO BUY COITAGE, 3 or I rooms, £» ¿e '

posit, balance as rent 71C, Herald._ KENSINGTON South.-Wanted, Land, cash price m ;

particular«, II., Oxford-st P.O.

MOSMAN.-Wantcd, few Building Lots, central, lent,

Parties, to 701. Herald._. MANLY.-Wanted, small C

instant. Brown, Herald

'ottacc, cheap, by sa

|S

111ÁJIII-I13. I muiAi i i.-aivi.ii "?-? -.

UMMEIÏ HILL to STIWTIIKIKLÜ.-WANTEI), «.

'MEDIATELY. RESIDENCE, near sUUon, for SUi .-- MEDIATELY, RESIDENCE,

up to £2000; or to let up to Jlhlú yearly.

nARDIE and ATK1S3,

SOA Pltt-strcet_ -

\Tr7IDOW desires to rent "ima¡I Poultry Jf'T-cïU VV particulars, Alpha,_Murniniburr___lL2Äi-| WANTED'to'Ililli, small HOUSE or Cotuee, aumri

couple, no ch'dn. bandy city. moi___U_lh_tt YATANTÈD, AÏlotïnent oTünd, «t Carlton, 5 miaul* VV from station. IL_p"J^tr_j_raUh_. WANTED, OtDce, In centre city, near Klnptt, <**

he ,undcr 12s. Orchcstrj,_jk_a_yiri____.. WANTED to Buv Leasehold Property, short or le«

leases. Full panics., Dunin_^e,_H«_iLW£:

' » iruaca. r mt i"** HA -i ""?--» -¡-^

YX/ANTED, small' SHOP and Dwelling, «>'""£[

VVS;'dne1_pressji_ldiigJJ.i_._123_\-o_m_^_r^ WANTED, iiouse, s or a «&. »it lodpas-M»^ VV partlv fiiniislied_J_je_-_ J.lií!£?J5£Ti4iS -ANTED, a HOUSE, about 7 rooms, ncuuty iw

Hnghurst Ro.onia, _IIohjvwefdjt_h5*W«^

WANTED. ALLOTMENT LAND. nea..^{£.

VV tion, cheap. Te.nii3,_m_y_^LjJ¿!^-^-!-a

Shore lin*

TA7AÑTÜÜ, small Cottage, eley, pas., *.**£& VV pref., l__reiiiao_ Weldon,_Tehigraph_!¡. PG« WANTED. 2 oF 8 cheap Building »^"¿H

VV Rorelle! L'hardt. An'dale._yust__COa|LBia

' ' rolls l-oini. M.CVll.r.- ¡r¡\

WANTED, cash buyer pair of sc'"'*uch,d "^ VV COTTAbES. II. tlodkin, CWÎSB^----^

T 1 COTTAOI-a. 11. uoo"". <->ïiZZZL:r---ffîi

W^^^t^^Z-T^^.

r^Tiv-rten STÏnLE. within city boraidai}'. »w

V\7 ANTED, STÁ"BLE, within city bomidar)

VV" II. Unmet. Hurwoodrd._r-r^T,

YV/ANTED, IIOUSE _or .ÇotUBC.^S o' « mm ^CTEr^R^Co^gforTi^^

VV kitchen; ^^^^««.JiaíA

-ANT; at oÏÏceTTSriletrml Ciril Serv.M, 1 » -

Acres and tidy Cottage. 'V%uSiS%r ni . tram or train, «tart«». ft»Ä_

warra suburb. BRODII_aj"__^.-^T-I-JJS

-ANTED, FumisliedHOUSE, near MU»ns im«

Rent from SOs to 40*

WHITE and CO., , _

«H Pilt-slreet. Opiwdte Crjl^ilJSpj;

| 805 Pitt-street, upp.'aii.' *.>lill^-p^g-jy,,

WANTED to Purchase, »hUCh "» '¿-'"¿ast ni

60 feet, Australla-j reel, h;«'°»"'£ ,Mi sv Land; also Terrace of I ouses or ^M^'Ki,,eJtrrt_ town Bridge. Jaiu_iJllim|ii?aJ!lS^|f¡rrjff

WÂIÎTED-PU^^COTTAGE »«'^"ïf lk' VV FIELD, HKLLHVUE »»'.?" "i^to B»l. 7 nns., kit., etc.. tcmils court, or mom 'or

ÍBÉWann___CDEIlMOrT_t_JPjtW^

WANTED to Purchase, Spot Laan^ pipping. VV IIOUSE, must have harbour »lew ^ Neutral, Mosman. Mllson's l'oint, M naso»

morne. ,

Apply by Ar^Macleay-str^^J^.

\*>TÑTEb7TERRACE PROPERTY, »" w"V"aiM WA,uuïrl.'. say £1500 upards. TU f^ buyer, waiting Owners e « -(di ^ ,0

ücu,are' ' ^lii^^Ê^

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