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HONEST ' UNION. (MARINE ANT) STATIONARY.) tlONESTLY BUILT.

. HONESTLY DESIGNED, ; HONESTLY SOLD,

IIONESTW HATED,

HONESTLY RECOMMENDED,

HONESTLY AYORT11 OUR PRICE.

(OA'ER SOO SATISFIED USERS IN AUSTRALIA.

Fifteen Year.*' Service to Australians.

For the

FISHERMAN, TRADER, .

WORKING BOAT, SHIPOWNER, PLr.ASURF.-SUr.KEn, FARMER,

ENGINEER, DAIRYMAN.

' " ECONOMICAL. RELIABLE. WEAR-RESISTING,

HONEST.

'..-. Write or Cnll for Catalogue.

...(THE UNION OIL ENGINE COMPANY,

17S CLARENCE-STREET.

' JNSURE AGAINST MOTOR TROUBLES.

BUY THE MOTOR THAT ALWAYS STARTS WHEN IT IS WANTED, AND RUNS TILL IT IS STOPPED. y

' TITE NIAGARA,

low cost, high cflicicnci, with

a record of a satisfied uistonicr for every sale. New Models

just landed. '

AVc also offer FIRST-CLASS MARINE .

MOTOR OUTFITS FROM £80 COMPLETE; durable, reliable Engines at ft oin

30 per cent, to 20 per cent, lower price than any . thing similar on the market.

_150 Sussex-street.

Mr. Norman Wheatley (Plantation Owner) oi Olio.

Solomon Island«, writes:

?*,'T.aYj£i: thoroughly 'tried out' a 25-h.p. -MERSEY CITV STANDARD' Engine for two years, under all conditions, 1 want TWO 'JERSEY CITY STANDARDS,* of 50-h.p. each, for a schooner I 0111 building; also two F-h.p. MERSEY CITY STANDARDS' tor smaller ves tels. In my opinion, these Engines 'STAND ALONE,' lind I will have no other make."

The above speaks for itself.

These Engines »re GUARANTEED to develop 25 per tent, more horse-power thnn rated at.

Fitted with AAIIISTLE. MECHANICAL LUBRICATOR REAR-DRIVEN DYNAMO, and dozens of other improve )ncnts found on no other engine.

Head Australasian Ofllce:

5 Macquarle-placc (only),

Tel., 4200 Cent-_SYDNEY.

gTANDARD MARINE OlT7HË3*Tr[NE

is a High-grade Engine, bulli to stand any amount of hard work. The Engine« are so simple in'construction nnybody can operate them. Standard Engines are gavr antecd to develop fully theil- rated horfe-power. Suit ¡iblc for Pleasure and Trading Boats. Used hy Marine Jloards,, Passenger Ferries, and the Pilot Service, and )s the most reliable Engine on our niAikct.

The Marine Engines are fined with NIckcl-platcd

¡Mountings.

The Standard Engines are also made both for Sta-1

tionary lind Hoisting Purposes.

Edison Primnry Batteries and Renewals, Auto-Spark

rr«, Sparking Dynamos and Magnetos, Patent Brass j Tiilge Pumps. Full line of OH Engine Sundries and

Supplies. Oil Engines Repaired and Overhauled. '

Australian uepot for Standard Oil Engine«:

WAUGH mid JOSEPHSON, 3)2 Susscvstrcct, Sydney. | ¡TRWY AND BOAVEN MARINE OIL ENGINES.

U-1 KEROSENE OR BENZINE FUEL. 1

FOR ALL PURPOSES-BUSINESS OR PLEASURE. '

Heavy, and Light Duty.

The pleasure of motor-boating depends, first, on the | rnginc going. The owner of a "FAY AND BOAVEN' Engine knows it ALWAYS WILL GO. It is the sim plest and easiest lo handle, and safest, because spray! Or pouring rain cannot cripple its ignition. '

ALL PARTS READILY ACCESSIBLE.

Jjsing Kerosene as Fuel reduce« co«t of running over I

50 per cent. ' UTic "FAY' and nOAVRN" Challenges any Engine

"RELIABILITY."

Thone. Cltv 56ÍH. Arrange for Practical Demonstration. I

Head Ofllce for Australasia, as Pitt-street, Sydney. ?

yX70LVEIUNE ENGINES.

Don't buy that Engine for your Boat until you have seen the old, reliable WOLVERINE BENZINE, KERO- SENE ENGINE. It will save you money and cuss words.

!BLL SLOW SPEED, HEAVY DUTY, BUILT TO LAST

A LIFETIME.

Í ' W. D. BAILEY,

Ncntune Sheds, Lavender Bay._

.rpiPERIAL OÏL 'ENGINES.

Admittedly the Highest-grade Marine Oil Engine.

' Built of the finest material, and right up to date m »very particular. THE SUN NEVER SETS ON IJtPE niALS. They are used in al! parts of the world. Their reliability is a household word. If you «ant llie best Engine money can buy, get an IMPERIAL.

AVrile for Catalogue.

G. AV. AVIIATMORE, Acent,

_11-15 Loftus street, Sydney.

''rP-HE "BOLlNDElt" Heavy Duty , Kerorene Marine (J. Engine, as used by the British Government and

German Navy. I

S. Dark, Esq., Newcastle, writes:

I am pleased to inform you that the 5 B.H.P. "BO- j UNDER" Direct Reversible Marine Engine purchased1 from you in November last has fulfilUd all you claimed. Olio Engine has run without one" h.icb almost dally tinco fitted in, is easy to start, and most economical

Cn fuel.

Sole Representatives- , _ ,

Haymarket. HABCOCKand AVlLCo... Ltd., Sydney._ PA N ISft second-hand SKIFF for sale. Elisabeth ¡?HL Bay Boat Shed«._ I A U.Y.1L1ARY KETCH, 20 tons, with double keel, -TA. etc., tl.-oroiiglilr sound, for Sale. '

TOOLE nutl CO.. 70 II unter«! rert. Tel- Cltv «SOO.

NC110RS, CHAINS, MOORINGS, BLOCKS, wire Ropes, Munis Sheathing anti Rod, Galvanl««! Rod, all Boat und Ship Builders' Gear for Sale, new anc

iecond-hnnd.

AV. AVAUul!, 5 tillie Ed ward-street,

'Phone, 2 Balmain._Balmain E.

ÎORIDGEPORT MOTORS,

ID "Ihe Motor that Motes."

A HIGH-GRADE. THOROUGHLY RELIABLE, TWO CYCLE, SLOW-SPEED, MEDIUM-WEIGHT MOTOR. Built for HARD WORK. -

1011 MODELS, from SJ-li.p. upwards, in stock, i Catalogues and- nil particulars.

SJIO Australian Agent.«,

, _ Ii Macquarie-pl.ice,J5ydncy.

S~AED7AR CB. Sailing SKIFF, lOJft," mnsC btimhiñ, \J mainsail, jib, scull«, etc., £10; also perfect rnodel Yacht._Brooklyn!!. St. Geortre's-cres, D'moyuc O EDAH DfS0HY.~13ft, £10; small DINGHY. ¿MflO«,

complete, with oars anti rowlocks. 173 Clarencc-st. ' ¡T7AOR SALE, MOTOR CRUISER EXPRESS.-A Modem

-I? Hlgh-clam Motor Cruiser, 54ft long, Ott beam, suit nble for cruising und extend«,! tours, having II commo- dious saloon furnished with cushioned seats, side-board, ire-chest, and folding tables, lavatory and pantry, with «Trlmus." Stove anti Copper Boiler, Cockpit with cush- ioned seats, ami weather cloths oU round, and complete Navigation Outfit.

The Motor is an "Invincible" tO-h.p. four-cyllndei _.. Motor, capable of driving the vnelit at n speed of Di miles per hour. MORTS DOCK and ENGINEERING CO., Ltd., Balmain. Sydney._ ¡T7TOR SALh, oiT-sno're AUXILIARY CRUISER, raised

JU deck t.vpc, hr«t i-lnsi con«truction, 31 " s x 3ft Oin idraught, 12-h.p. Jersey st.iiitf.itJ, best equipment, elco trie lighted, Sands w.t\, dr., washing basin, galley, with running water, sleeps three In cahin, all control« in cockpit, nr.ir ivhcl, trill given. Appl.i K., Herald. fljvOR SALE, beautifully-fitted, twln-scievv, STEAM

UP LAUNCH, 60ft overall, enclosed cabin* fore, aft, Fiore, ice eli., lav., anchors., chains, etc. Simpson (Strickland quadruple expansion engine.«. Yarrow boiler, nil equal to new, 12 knots,'small consumption, coko or .wood^ J¡10Mh__a_CRqMACJv, Royal Exchange._

aTlNGINES FOR " SKIFFS, D1NGIES,

if AND SMALL CRAPr.

, FOUR-CYCLE TYPE. SLOW SPEED,

' RELIABLE, anti WEAR WELL. « i 2-H.P., £21. ' -HI.P., £3S. ! 3-H.P., £85. fl-II.P., £00. j COMPLETE, WITH ALL FITTINGS.

I Catalogues on nnnllcntion.

I THE UNION OIL ENGINE COY.,

'_17S Clarence-street.

VlTlAST Auxiliary CUTTER, 25 x S cabined, cushioucd, I-? ; two suits, built March, 1010, laying Neutral Bay

ßheds, £170, cash.

'_NEIL HARVEY, 10 Barrack-street.

O7AOR SALE, 25ft Runabout LAUNCH, 10-h.p., Chic,

. 2 cylinders, K1 miles high tension magneto, fixed ruopellcr. T. SODERBERG, 2S3 Elizabeth-street;

¡Wrixton'« Boatshed. Willoughby-strect. North Sydney. STvOR SALE, 10ft Cedar SKIFF, good onlcr. Apply

Í. ' SMITH,

Roseville Boatshed,

_Middle Harbour.

JTJ.REI KEROSENE MARINE . ENGINES

' Heavy Duty Type. No Batteries. The Moat Reliable And Economical Engine.- See theift running.

A. F. PARTRIDGE. IS Barrack-street, Sydncy._ ¡TJ. A R D N E It E-N~G~VN E S. ^J GAS. OIL, and SPIRIT,

LAND and MARINE TYPES.

In Stock. Call .-ind Inspect. ? Sole Agents

BROWN and IIB1.L1CAR. ion Pitt-street. Sydney.

[H1«T,.'. "S*"'15'1 REA RINGS, for heavy duty al .dow

li-L speed. Great saving i" p"Wer, uniform dlslribu fion of load, due to the flexibility of the Ilvalt Roller

3IYATP ROLLER BEARINGS, for mine tub'and hoiries' tAlso, ROYLE'S PATENT FEED-AVATER HEATlTs

preat saving effect di in fuel consumption, prices particulars from the Sole Agents,

WAUGH and JOSEPHSON. (lenrralEngineor«. Sydney fr AUNCII MOTORS built to orüVr, fiom'Tto"iu"iï"o' ULJfr. JIU. Cliaproan,jClajr.i-et^rskiricyjl|p:T,, ai Û "IXOTOU LAUNCHES for Illr>, fast" and"romTcítalííe.

.Geo. Barnes, Double Bay. 'Iel,, 731 Edgecliff.

ü\í°

Taylor, Fed. Bontshcds, Lav. Bay. T" 1009 N.S. ..ATOTOR LAUNCH for SALE, 20 feet long, 0ft bonni, -.IX excellent order, £00 cash. 21 ErsUno-st, Sydney. MOTOR LAUNCH wanted in exchange for £3011

Empire Runabout Car. To be seen by applying a. HOWARD, co. Sargent'.«, l63 Pitt-street. fj\ rOTOIt LAUNCHES.

lili. Ry Special Appointment to the Earl of Dudley.

Launches, Lady Dudley, Lady Letln. Electric Light, Sst-clnss Piano.

Ring up 2139 City, and gel particulars. 1 Address:

ÏJ1VEI! Passenger Steamer for Silo or Hire, just over

V hauled; ccrtif. c.nrv 500 yns'cngcrs, rash or terms.

Particulars from It. SUTHERLAND and CO.,

__70 Pitt-street.

SAILS.-CUTTER RIG boom, !I2M. good as new, for

nie, cheap. 178 C1 irencc-slrceL_

\\TANTED, Second-hand MOÎOR BOAT, about-22 feet, '»'.(tuning, must bo good engine, 2-cyclo preferred, Vi ice and all particulars,

. '. Engine,. P.O.,- .Q..V.M.

I ^_ . - ? smppnyt?. ; ._i

SEVERAL Splendid MOTOR LAUNCHES, Irom 16ft lo

00ft, FOU SALE on behalf of Client«. Also, an up-to-date SPEED LAUNCH. As in some cases owners Hie leaving the country,. EXCEPTIONALLY LOW PRICES will be accepted to effect QUICK SALES.

P.. II. RELPH. Consulting dhiglncer, 6ft Pitt-street. , SALE, MOTOR LAUNCH, fl-h.p. engine, speed about

' 0 miles. ? (.-. J. ritlman. Philllp-st, VAlncrloA

TVX SCOTOH FISHERIES ENGINE (KEROSENE).

No eshanst smoke wasting fuel.

No Electricity.

Agent, .1. P. MEREDITH. C.T.A., Moore-street.

WE

i PURCHASE or. SELL

MOTOR LAUNCHES,

-AUXILIARY YACHTS,

KF.TCHES, or STEAMERS. All prices, from £S0. Tern» arranged.

Send for LIST, or Call. Many BARGAINS.

F. II. RELPH, Managing Director.

MotOT L. and Car Sale Agt., Ltd.. S Yoimg-tt, Clr. Q. Y\7.ANTED, Half-decked IS to 20 ft. BOAT, 6 lo 7 ft. ' ' beam, all i-pnrs, etc., must be cheap. All paiti culars, pnce, etc., to

;_BARTEN, Herald

YVATERMAN Marine Motor Co., Detroit; Outhonrd

' ' Motois, £24; l.h.p,, complete outfit, installed, £31; 2-h.p-, £16 10s,'installed.

WOODHROOKi:, Gladstone-avenue, Woolwich.

WOOD or STEEL VESSELS, any Tonnage. Built to

LLOYD'S Specifications. Launches, Boals, all des enptiens, for disposal, River, Lake, Island. Buvcrs. note Hie AcIdrcssiJ'ADLF.YjJ! Bond-street, Sydney._ VV7ANT to Buy a BOAT, about 10ft long, must be » ' -trono-. ,1, Anderson^Long Bay._ WANTED',"Motor Launch, nbout'SOft long, well built,

gd. order, state fullest parties._Box_870, ^.P.O. V\7ANTEDr MAINSÙL, suit 14ft skiff, in good order,

' '"eheavj_A^J'._!_!\0.^ Rockdale..

w

w_

\VTD" Sailing Bolt, 2J to 26 feet, or small sailing > l_.vaeht. _Tiil] parlies to Bo\ 2, Gco.-at North P.O. YA7ANTED, K,I. SKIFF, all gear, for racing, fast » V and ehp. G. 11. Perry, 30 Fredcrick-st. St, Pet. -rtrANTED, IS lo 21 ft Sailing BOAT, with or~vvlthont

» » cabin. State price, clicap, U.S., P.O., Leichhardt.

GOVERNMENT .?SM&m RAILWAYS. M

OOREFIELD RACES.

TO-DAY. SATURDAY.

SPECIAL TRAINS for First and Second Class Pas- sengers will leave Sjdncy for Kogarah at 12.23, 12.31, 12.14, 12,63, 12,59, 15. aud 1.26 p.m.; and for Horses

utill.65 a.m.

RETURN FARE: First-class, Is; Second-class, Od.

SEASON TICKETS WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE BY

THE SPECIAL TRAINS.

The 6 5 p.m. TRAIN, HURSTVILLE TO SY'DNEY,

WILL NOT RUN.

TJOCKHAMPTON CARNIVAL

JUNE 3 IO 10.

CHEAP TICKETS at £7 Firtt-class and £4 Second class will be issued at Sydney to Rockhampton by Brisbane Express train leaving Svdney at 5.10 p.m. from MONDAY, May 20, to THURSDAY, June 1, in elusive, available for return for three months.

Tickets nt reduced rates will also be issued at New- castle, Armidale, and Glen Innes by tho same train.

Passengers will not be permitted to break the jour-

ney.

(tf-Sil)_Sr order. G

O V F. R X M E N T TRAM W A Y S.

TIME-TABLE ALTERATIONS.

RIFLE RANOE LINE.

COMMENCING SATURDAY, MAY 20.

Alterations will-be mado in the departure times of

trains on the above line.

The Time-table will be ns follows:

S.ATURDAYS. rOR RIFLE RANGE

From Circular Quay-1.0, U.S. 1.20, 11.S2, 12.2,

?2.32 p.m.

From Railway Square Loop-1.4 p.m. (Railway

Gates Waiting Room). rROM RIFLE RANGE

For Circular Quay-5.10 p.m.

For Railway Square Loop-6.15 p.m.

(Railway Gates Waiting Room),

i La Perouse tram, change at Rifle Range Junc-

tion.

NEWTOWN-RD JCT.-COOGEE LINE

(via CLEVELAND-STREET).

SUNDAYS.

COMMENCING SUNDAY, 21st MAT.

The service between Newtown.road Junction and Coogee (via Cleveland-street) on Sundays will be

discontinued. . »

BONDI BEACH LINE.

COMMENTING MONDAY, 22nd MAY.

Alteration will be made in the departure times of trams on the above line. The time-table will be as follows:- ' '

WEEK-DAY'S.

FROM CIRCULAR QUAY (Young-street)

For Bondi Beach.-5.43W, 6.7vv, O.Slvv, 6.10, 7.1,

7.13, 7.2.'., 7.37, 7.43, 7.10, 7.55, 8.1, 8.13, S.25, S..17, 6.40 a.m., and at 1, 13, Í5, 87, and 4» min*, past each hour to 4.25, every 6 mins. to 6.25. 6.37, 0.40, and at 1, 13, 25, 37, and 40 mins. past each hour to 11.25, 11.40 p.m. Last

tram, 1D12.3 a.m.

FOR CIRCULAR "QUAY (Young-street)

From Bondi Beach-5.13vv, 5.37vv, 6.1w, 6.13w, G.35w,

6.37, 6.40, 7.1, 7.11, V.17, 7.23, 7.29, 7.36, 7.41, 7.47, 7.53, 7.69, Í.5. 6.11, S.17, S.23, S.20, S.S3, S.41.'S.17, S.r.0 run., and at 11, 23, 35, 47, anil 60 mins past each hour to 5.11, every 6 mins. to 5.47. 5.69, and at 11. 23, 35, 47, and 50 mins. past each hour to 10.35, 10.50, 11.5 p.m. Last tram, 11.21 p.m.

RAILWAY-BONDI BEACH LINE-Week Days.

Trams will run direct to Bondi Beach from Railway Square Loop at 12 min. intervals from 12.56 to 7.44

p.m., and from Bondi Beach to Railway Square Loop at 12 min. intervals from 1.43 to 8.31 p.m.

For full paiticulars see Public Time-table.

OPENING OF EXTENSION OF

WAVERLEY LINE TO BRONTE. COMMENCING MONDAY, MAY 22.

The extension from Waverley to Bronte will be opened for trqaffic, and trains will run direct from Cir- cular Quay. The time-table will be as follows:

WEEK DAYS.

FROM CIRCULAR QUAY (Young-street)

For Waverley-I.Slw, 5.65vv. 6.10w, 6.43, 0 55, 7.7.

- 7:10, 7.31, 7.41, 7.47, 7.63, 7.59 a.m., and at

6, 17, 20, 41, nnd 53 min. past each hour to 4.29, everj' 6 mins., to 0.5, 0.17, 6.20,' 6.41, 6.53, and at 5, 17, 20, 41, and 53 mins. past earh hour to 11.17, 11.32, 11.45 p.m. Last tram, D12.3 a.m.

For Bronfe-4.31W, 5.55vv,N6.10w, 0.13, 6.55. 7.7,

7.10, 7.31, 7.41, 7.53 a.m.. and at 5, 17, 20, , II, and 63 mins. past each hour to 11.17, 11.3;, 11. IS p.m.

Last tram, D12.3 a.m.

FOR CIRCULAR QUAY (Young-street)

From Bronte-l.Sftw, 5.23w, 5.47w, 6.6w, 6.17w,

0.20W, 6,41, 6.53 a.m., and »I 5, 17, 29, 41, . and 53 mins. past each hour to 10.41, 10.56 p.m.

Last tram, 11.11 p.m.

From Waverley-5.4w, 6.2Sw, R.52w, 6.10w, 6.22w, - O.lUw, 0.40, '6.66, . 7.10, every 6 minn, to 8.46.

6.53 a.m., and at 10, 22, 34, 46, and 53 mins. past each hour to 5.10, every 6 mins. to 6.46,

6.5S,' and at 10, 22, 34, 46, and 58 mins. past each hour to 10.16, 11.1 p.m. Last tram, 11.16

p.m.

STOPPING PLACES.

Same as Bondi Junction for 1st and 2nd sections.

Third Section.-Ebley, Blrrell, Church streets, Char- ing Cross, Albion-street-(Waverley Junction), M'Pher son-street, »"Sterling," Leichhardt, Arden, Evans, Thomas, Hardy, Pacific streets (Bronte Baths), Bronte Terminus.

II Stops when required. w Workman's Fares. FARES.-Each Section, Id.

Time of Journey.-Between Circular Quay and Dar- linghurst, 13; Boudi Junction, 29; Waverley. 39; Bronte.

[ minute«. , t ¡iff " ,

. RAILWAY-BRONTE LtNE-Week Days. -

Trams will run direct to Bronto from Railway Square Loop nt 12 min, intervals from 1.2'to 7.60 p.m., and from Bronte to Railway Square Loon at 12 min. intervals from 1.17 to 8.35 p.m. For full particulars sec Public

Time-table.

"" By order,

(T.566)_J. S. SPURWAY. Secretary.

South Wales Government Railways,

Office of the Chief Commissioner,

Sydney, Mav 10th, 1011.

T'.ENDERS will ho received at this Office not later

than 12 o'clork noon on the dates specified for the undermentioned Works, etc., viz. :

MONDAY, MAY 2.', 1011.

THE SUPPLY OF 2C0 END and 260 SIDE DESTINA-

TION BOXES FOR ELECTRIC TRAM CARS. Sam- ples and Specifications at the Electrical Engineer's Office, 01 Hunter-stteet, Sydney.

m MONDAY", MAY 20, 1011.

THE PURCHASE OF SCRAP BRASS. COPPER,

MUNTÍ! METAL, FILES, etc. Particulars, Railway _ atore, Wilson-street, New-town.

TTfE SUPPLY OF 10,100 (or less) POLES, 30ft long,

lim. ilia, at butt and Tin. Ubi. at top. Tenderers to state description of timber, nation of delivery, and rate of delivery. 'lender Forms, Existing Lines Oilier, Bridge-street, Svdnev.

THE PAINTING ,OF 'IHAMWAA PÓLI» during the

year ending June 30, 1012. Particulars, Electrical Engineer b Ofilee, 01 Hunter-street, Sidney.

'Tenders to be endorsed "Tender for Destination

BONOS," or as the

The Chief Conn accept the lowest

J. S. ftlM-RWAYr*

_ Sceictari.

G

RAIIAM'S COACHES Run Daily, Talana, Oberon, t

and Jenolan Caves.

CHEAPEST FARES.

AU .-cominunlcationa promptly sttended to,

AMUSEMENTS.

JACK AND THE BEANSTALK

Stands Supreme na a Production

that Australia ha« never

seen approached. i

Î!ÎÏH!:!3 TO-DAY, AT'I.«,

MATINEES and

MATINEES WEDNESDAY NEXT, AT 1.15.

Children Halt-nrlce to all parts, Gallery Excepted.

"H E II M A ,T K STY' S.

Lcs«ce and Manager, J. C. WILLIAMSON', LTD.

EVERY EVENING AT 7.«.

Mr. J. 10. WILLIAMSON presents

The Giant Pantomime,

.IA0K AND THE BEANS OALK, JACK AND THE BEANSTALK,

A Gargantuan Offering ol the Delights of Extravaganza.

THE FAMOUS NEIL KENYON, THE FAMOUS NEIL KENYON,

England's Greatest Dame.

Jillet ol the Fairj- Boa -tufldlng ol the Auslni The Electrical Roundabout.

The Ballet ol the Fairy Beanstalk.

The Building ol the Australian Navy.

"England's Principal Bov, par excellence."

The All Nations' Military Ballet, The Mvstenou« Aeroplane.

The Golden Gates of Cloudland.

THE GREAT WILLY PANTZF.R CO., THE GREAT AVILI.Y PANTZER CO.,

The Acrobatic Limit.

The Quaint Vegetable Ballet. The Acrobatie Doll Dance.

The tump!uoiis Aledding Breakfast.

THE DOHERTY SISTERS, THE DOHERTY SISTERS,

"America's Ginger Girls."

The Downfall of Giant Blundcrbore. The Comic Bull right,

and

The March of the Wines and Spirits,

COMBINED ENSEMBLE OF 350 PEOPLE,

GRAND BALLET OF 120 DANCERS, A SERIES OF ARTISTICALLY BEAUTIFUL SCENES.

Ballets by Miss MINNIE EVERETT.

BOX PLANS at PALING'S till noon, and thereafter at ¡

Theatre Ofllce, Market-street. Day Sale at Callosc's. , Children in arms not admitted.

J. C. WILLIAMSON, LTD. I

mllE DOLLAR PRINCESS.

A Stream of Delightful Melody

MATINEE MATINEE MATINEE WEDNESDAY, AT 2. MATINEE MATINEE MATINEE

Overflowing with Sparkling Music.

IJHEATB. ROYA L.

Lessee and Manager . J. C. WILLIAMSON, Ltd.

EAT.RT EARNING, AT 7.50. | Mr. J. C. WILLIAMSON present»

The Most Exhilarating Musical Tlay of Many Scajons,

THE DOLLAR PRINCESS

THE DOLLAR PRINCESS

THE DOLLAR PRINCESS

THE DOLLAR PRINCESS .

riayed by

A LINGERING, RHYTHMIC, TUNEFUL SCORE.

A BRIGHT, CRISP, HUMOROUS STORY.

SCENES AND DRESSES OF EXQUISITE TASTE,

and

a

CAST OF EXCEPTIONAL

CLEA'EItNESS.

THE RUN IS A STRICTLY LIMITED ONE.

Box Plan at Paling's till noan: thereafter, with llav

Sale, at Rowc's, opposite Stalls (King-street) Entrance I

to Theatre. >

J. C. WILLIAMSON, LTD.

DA N Ü 1 N~

PERFECT WALTZING, THE TWO-STEP, etc / MR. AND MILS. ROBERTO

(Members of the British Association of Teachers of

Dancing. LONDON)

RECEIVE PUPrLS Morning, Afternoon, and Evening,

, PRIVATE LESSONS (special advantages).

VARIOUS SUPERIOR CLASSES AVAILABLE.

QUARTER DATES FROM ENTRANCE OF PUPILS.

Commodious and Centrally-situated Rooms.

_Ifijj PHILLIP-STREET, and ST. JAMES'S MALU

rp I V O 1* 1 _ T H~E A T"R~E

MATINEE TO-DAY, AT 2.30. MATINEE TO DAY, AT 2.30.

Matinee Prices:

Adults. SI, 2/, and 1/. Children, I/O, 1/, and 6<L

f 1 V O L 1 T H- E A~T RTE".

Sole Proprietor and Manager .. Mr. Harry Rickards. General Manager. Mr. John C. Leetc.

TO-DAY, AT 2.3ft" TO-NIGHT, AT S.

MR. HARRY RICKARDS'

NEW TIVOLI VAUDEVILLE AND SPECIALTY CO.

Arriving direct from England, and making their first

appearance in Australia. The COLUMBIA COMEDY TRIO, COLUMBIA COMEDY TRIO. COLUMBIA COMEDY TRIO,

Burlesque Operatic Vocalists, in thçir original humorous

Absurdities.

Just arrived, direct from the Folles Bergères, Paris.

MOLLE. BLANCHE CHARMEROY. MOLLE. BLANCHE CHARMEROY. A Refined Parisian Comedienne.

TOT. SEVEN PEREZOFFS, THE SEVEN PEItrSOFFS,

the World's Greatest Combination of Comedy Jugglers.

REICHEN'S PERFORMING DOGS.

the Most Wonderful Canine Balancers ano Tumblers. CADWT.LL and VERNE. BLACK and WHITE.

THE KAVANAGH BOYS,

Novelty Club Jugglers and Racquet Spinners.

Ted Kaiman, Brown and Robinson, Scot Gibson, Ethel Preston, The Marlowe Sisters, Vaude and Verne, Wally Ricardo, Ray Jones, Charlu Höh, etc., etc.

PRICES: Ss and Is. Early Doors and Booked Seats, 1/ ettra. Box Plan closes at Paling's at noon, at Theatre Office 12.45 to 4 p.m.

_Business Manager^ EDWARD_M.A AS:_ MISS ETHEL CLIFFORD, Expert Tchr. of all~Stage

and Step Dancing. THEATRICAL CLASSES, SATURDAY, 2.30, on MODEL OF LONDON SCHOOLS. ACROBATIC CLASS, Mon., 4 p.m., I.O.O.F. Temple, Eliz.-st. Pupils thor, trained, turned out finished per formers, as acknow. hy protesn. Prlv. less, any hour.

fTUIE GAY GORDONS.

MATINEE.

_WEDNESDAY NEXT.

s:

PECLAL NOTICE.

As one of the best musical numbers In "THE GAY GORDONS" Is the opening chorus, during which the theatre is in darkness, the audience is particularly re- quested to be In their seats before the rise of tht curtain. Curtain rises it 7.55 p.m. sharp.

QRITERION THEATRE

Lessee _.". FRANK MUSGROVE. CLARKE AND MEYNELL PTY.. LTD., SEASON.

A NEVER TO BE FORGOTTEN TRIUMPn.

THE GAY GORDONS.

A SUCCESS OF TLAY AND PLATERS.

THE GAY GORDONS.'

CLARKE «Vid MEYNELL'S

ENTIRELY NEAV COMIC OPERA CO.\fPANY '

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

By SEYMOUR HICKS; Music hy GUY JONES,

which has Run for Thousand» of Sights in England, and

is Still Running.

CRAMMED WITH COMEDY.

THE GAY GORDONS.

PACKED WITH OATOHY SONGS. . THE GAY COUDONS.

A dainty story, in a magnificent musical setting, it represents the finest type of musical play. Comedy and »entiment are cleverly blended, anil throughout I« » ilalnly love interest that makes the two act« glow with

uninterrupted brightness.

THE MUSIC, by GUY JONES,

ivill set all Sydney singing. The songs are the kind

hat cling lo the memory.

"THE GAY GORDONS"

MAKE ALL PEOPLE GAY.

Box Plan al Elvv's. Diy Sile Willie Rn«c Contre lonery, also Box Pinn aftei 1 o'clock To-day. Prices

DON'T MISS seeing tho Dancing Scotchman, on viow

Nicholson's .Window, George-street,

AMÜSEMENTS.

|J_! D E LP HI TUB AT R H.

MATINEE, AVEDN1SDAV NEXT. UNDER TWO FLAGS.,

Doors open 1 p.m. Performance 2 p.m. sharp.

Children Half Price to nil Tarts, except Gallery.

A, i D E L P n I T n E A T R E.

Direction and Management, GEORGE MAHI.OAV, Ltd.

GEN. Mgr., CHRISTIE S1AIONSENS, 'Treas, Etc.,

D. SEVEN. ? '

Telephone, City .1177.

THIS EVENING AT 7.50. For the First Time Here.

A Dramatic Adaptation of "OIUDA'S" AVOR1.D FAMED

NOVEL of LONDON and ALGERIAN LIFE,

UNDER TWO FLAGS. UNDER TWO FLAGS.

UNDER TWO FLAGS.

AAldeh will be presented with Gorgeous Scenic

Effect«, Aided "with Remarkable

Mechanical Appliances hy

GEORGE MARLOWS '

A STUPENDOUS PRODUCTION.

A MAGNIFICENT CAST.

GORGEOUS SCENERY and COSTUMES.

A Delightful Blending of the English, French, and

Algerian Temperaments.

BERTIE CECIL'S ROOMS IN LONDON,

A Nohla Sacrifice.

WITH THE FRENCH IN ALGIERS.

THE BATTLE OF ZERAILIA, REALISTIC TABLEAU,

THE SILA'ER PHEASANT AND CIGARETTE.

An Englishman's Clilialrv.

In Hie Hands of the Arabs.

CIGARETTE'S RIDE FOR LIFE.

on Real Arah Horse, in full view of audience.

BOX TLAN' ARRANGEMENTS.

Today (SATURDAY) the EOX TLAN will be at ELVY'S until noon; and thereafter at WHITE ROSE

CAFE.

ADELPHI THEATRE, Reserves 4/, as usual.

rOPULAR PR1CES-3/, 2/, and 1/. Karlv Doors M extra, obtainable nt AVH1TE ROSE CONFECTIONERY. ADEI.PHT-BI'ILDINGS. and at> CHAMBERLAIN'S LIBRARY, 420 Pitt-street.

^TSCTiirTiiiiATRErsirNDX-rNi GUT

"^-SACRED SACRED

PICTURE S to 10.15. PICTURE AND MUSICAL AND MUSICAL FESTIVAL Doors open at 7 o'clock. FESTIVAL. EXQUISITE EXQUISITE PICTORI \L Direction PICTORIAL GEMS AND Mr. E. J. Kilpatrick. GEAIS AND DELIGHTFUL DELIGHTFUL ORCHESTRAL Luxurious Seats ORCHESTRAL

MUSIC._for £000 people._MUSIC.

ATIONAL AMPHITHEATRE.

MATINEF., THIS AFTERNOON, .MATINEE 2.S0. MATINEE

Prices: Adult». 1/0, \l. »nd On. Children. Half-price

]ST'

\TATIONAL AMPHITHEATRE.

Sole Proprietors, BRENN.AN'S AMPHITHEATRES, Ltd. Covernihg Director . Mr. JAMES BRENNAN.

EVERY EA'ENING.

MATINEES WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS.

IIRENNAN'S

A'AUDEAILLE ENTERTAINERS.

AN ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME.

MORE NEW ARTISTS.

Engagement Extraordinary, at Enormous Expense,

Direct from America, per S.S. Makura.

DAISY The HARCOURT DAISY HARCOURT DAISY Queen HARCOURT DAISY * HARCOURT DAISY . of HARCOURT D AISY HARCOURT DAISY Comedienne«, HARCOURT DAISY H ARCOURT DAISY from HARCOURT DAISY HARCOURT DAISY IlammersteJn's. New York, HARCOURT DAISY and HARCOURT DAISY. ralare. Tivoli, O\foid, London. HARCOURT

MANAGERIAL NOTE.

The Engagement of Miss DAISY HARCOURT, being probably the most important and costly ever eventuated for the semées of n single artist in Australian A autle ville, vet the Management, pursuant upon their policy of never increasing the cost to their patrons, no matter how grcatlv an engagement may increAse the expense to the Manigemcnt, will still adhere to Uielr usual

Prices of Admission.

The Wonderful

4 VALDARES. 4. - 4 A'ALDARES, «.

.I A'ALDARES, 4. 4 A'ALDARES, i

Sensational Comedy CyclUt«.

Two Ladies and Two Gentlemen In a AVonderful Act.

HASSAN. Ills card and other tricks really «ttained HASSAN to noveltv bf«ldes being niystltjingly HASSAN clever.-"Svdiifv Morning nerald."

II vSKAN He had the spectators gnsning with won HASSAN der.-"Dally Telegraph '"

AN' EYE OPENER FROM THE EAST.

Smdy Donaldson George Banveen Watts A Lucas National Duo The Tit Bits Rowell Sisters Victor ilvcrs Olga Pennington Will Ferrier Charles Pope Bert Desmond Joe Archer

" Goodwill Mabelle Doris Tindall Will Dagmar Jas. Cra,vden . etc., etc.

PRICES: Flails, 2/, 1/0, 1/: Gallery, fld.

Saturday Night: Stalls 2! and 1/0, Gillerv 1/.

Reserved Seats: SIXPENCE EXTRA.

ATATIOXAL AMPHITHEATRE.

GRAND SACRED CONCERT.

Special Feature, "The Fall of Trov."

Doors' open 7 p.m. Direction A. R. '. íruharj.

STANDARD "THEATRE" ^ UASILEREAGH-ST (next Fire Tri,-a.e.i

and near nATIHT.ST-STREin.

(7 and 0 p.m.) TWICE NIGHTLY. t7 an! 0 p.m.)

CONTINUOUS VAUDEVILLE. NO PltTHRIS. I Come at 7; sec the whole show, und te out ly 3.10; or come at 0, sec It all, irtid be out by 10. lu.

WHAT Y'OU GET:-Bright Rings, Danre», Specialties,

and Parcial Comedir».

WHAT YOU PAY:-SIXPENCE and THREEPENCE.

rjp O W N II A L L.'

TO-MORROW (SUNDAY) AFTERNOON, AT 3 O'CLOCK.

NICHOLAS J. GËIÏDE'S CONCERT, j

"Holy Night" . Tlie Meistersingers i

"Jerusalem". Mr. 11. Schey Piccolo, "Silver Birds" . Mr. II. Curtis! "Listening" . Miss Ella Abbott

Violin, "Deuxième Manirfca" .. Mita Ethel M. Holden "There Is a Green Hill" . Marter Willie Hunter

'He W*» Despised" (The Messiah) .. Miss Vera Parker,

(Farewell appearance in Svdney).

The Face of An Angel" .... Mr. Maurice Chenoweth 'Ave Marla" (Paston Cooper) .. MIMI Elsie B. Peerless

(AVith violin obbligato bv Miss Ivy Allen).

Duct, "Heaven and Hope" .. Misses E. «nd M. Slourk Piccolo, "Lilliputian" . Mr. II. Curtis

?Lead. Kindlv Lieht" . Miss Ethel Slouck 'Nearer my God to Thee" . Mirs A'era Parker 'The Star of Bethlehem" .... Mr. Maurice Chenoweth "The Children's Home" . Min Elsie Slourk A'iolin. "UMC riaintc" . Miss Ethel M. Holden "So Fair and Holy" .Miss Elsie B. Peerless "Shepherd's Cradle Sonrr" .... Master Willie Hunter "Beloved Friends, Farewell" . The Meistersingers

.JTEW SOUTH WALES E"|STED"DFOD.

V.M.C.A. HALL, MAY .llst-JITNE 2nd.

PROTESTANT nALL, JUNE 3rd, AFTERNOON AND

Only appearance of the

FAMOUS BALLARAT CHOIR,

In competition with

Sydnev Harmonic Choral Society and

Balmain District Choral Union.

ADMISSION'Is._F. E. HOOD, lion. Sec.

l^USTRAL ORCHESTRAL COLLEGE.

Direction Downs Johnstone. Office and Studios, Albert's Music Warehouse, 137.» King-street, city.

Lessons Day or Evening, in the following subjects: PIANO, A'IOLIN, .''CELLO. VIOLA, MANDOLINE.

THEORY, HARMONY, COUNTERPOINT. CANON, -. FUGUE COMPOSITION, CHAMBER MUSIC, OR

CHESTRATI0N, Voice Production, and Sinning. Snccial Engagement of Mr. ALFRED HILL, R.C.M.L.

(from the Royal Conservatorium of Music, Lelpslc).

The well-known Musician, Conductor, and Composer,

Mr. Alfred Hill, has been engaged as Principal

Teacher'and Supervisor to the

AUSTRAL ORCHESTRAL COLLEGE.

Mr. Hill Is pre-eminently suited to fill this important position, having had five years1, training at the world famous Lcipsie Conservatorium. Mr. Hill is well known throughout the colonies as a Conductor and Composer. Arnon" other nppoliitmcnts he conducted (ho Sydney Liedertafel for flvo years. His coinposl (lons include "Hinemoa," Cantata, produced bv the Sydney Philharmonic Society, under Slgnor Union, "Maori Symphon"." "Scotch Sonata" (A'iolin and piano), played by Ovide Musin, the famous violinist, throughout hi» world's tour; his operas, "A Moorish Maid" and "Tapu," the latter produced by Mr. J. C. Williamson: and his songs, sung bv Madame Ailinn!, AA'atltln Mills, Ivcnnerlev Durnford, and Ada Crossley,

are too well known to need men! Ion.

Mr. Hill will head the teaching staff at the College, and besides teachino; himself will supervise the work of the Institution generally, and conduct the ensemble classes, flic Austral Orchestra, and Operatic Society.

a" 1I1E AUSTRAL STUDENT'S SYMPHONY

ORCHESTRA.

Mr. ALFRED HILL. the eminent CONDUCTOR, COMPOSER, and TEACHER, having taken charge of tills Orchestra, has altered Its alms and scope. It will now be considered a» mi Orchestral Class to »repare players for professional und largo amateur Orchestras. Onlv the STANDARD OVERTURES, SUITES, SVM PHONIES, etc., will be studied, and particular atten- tion will be paid lo matter.-, of TECHNIQUE, TONE,

ATTACK, and PHRASING. |

Sludciits other than MIOFO belonging to the College |

may become members on pn.vinenl of £1 Is per leían. ; Applications for membership Invited.

For Prospectus and all Information, apply lo Cnlleñe

Office (rrround floor), Albert's Music Waichousc, King- 1 B The'rannbilities of »11 students tested by appoint I: ruent with Mr. Alfred HilL, . [.

AÏ-ÎTSEMENTS.

FjMlE LYCEUM,

DON'T FORGET»

DON'T FORGET, TO DAY, 2 30,

IS THE ABSOLUTELY LAST MATINEE

OF THE GREAT SUCCESS,

THE FATAL AVEDD1NG

and

1 TIN-CAN BAND.

Be sure and bring the Family.

Don't Ml*s List Chance of teeing this Bright

Picture Plav.

CHILDREN, Sd, «d, Is,

rp H E la Y C E U M.

Solo Direction . C. SPENCER.

Evenings, 8,

Matinee«, AVcdncsday and Saturday, 2.30.

SPENCER'S TriEATRESCOPE CO., SPENCER'S THEATRESCOrE CO.,

The Home of Pictures. ABSOLUTELY

ABSOLUTELY THE LAST NIGHT of THE FATAL AVEDDINO

THE FATAL WEDDING and

THE FAT AL AVEDDINO T1N-CAN BAND.

(R.v Ai rangement with ClarU and Me) nell Pty., Ltd.)

This Perennial Picture Play shows a preponderance of personalille« prefaced In a perlcct presentation. Still it must be withdiawn in the hejday of its successful

career.

MONDAY NIGHT'"

DAN MORGAN.

MANAGERIAL NOTICE.

Re ll> 11 that in the past some Film» descriptive of Hushranglng may have been inclined to create » false impression In the minds of YOUNO AUSTRALIA, Mr. SPENCER has produced at great expense the true story of

DAN MORGAN,

the notorious Australian Outlaw, making no »ttempt to gloriti his doings or palliate tho hcinoiisnrs» of his crime«, nut presenting tile sub cet in such s way as will point a strong moral lesson, and show the ulti- mate fate of all evil-doers, for

THE WAGES OF SIN IS DEATH,

MONDAY NIGHT,

DAN MORGAN.

AND AN ENTIRELY NEAV PROGRAMME.

reu. ORCUESTRA AND EFFECTS.

PRICES- 2s, Is 6d. Is, and «d. Plan al Paling'», 2s fld; AAtittc Rose after 1 o'clock to day. Day Sale,

White Rose.

Doors Open 7 o'clock. Overture, 8.

A\E CHANGE MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS.

/pil

OPEN ALL DAY, from 11 a.m. to 11 p rru

AT rOPULAR PRICES, 3d and 6d. Among other Picture« shown here

TO-DAY, SATURDAY.

is the I-ntcst Vitagrsph Film,

.'ALL l'AIR IN LOA-E AND AVAR."

An Edison Cemedv,

THE RANSOM OF RED CHTEF,

and

A Laughable Comic,

FOOLSIIEAD AMONG THE LIONS.

ANOTHER CHANGE OF PROGRAMME ON MONDAY, SACRED ANO CLASSICAL PICTURE ENTERTAIN-

MENT, SUNDAY. 5 o'clock_

Direction J. B Mawhinc.v.

PICTURES and VAUDEVHJ.Ë.

AVe Chance Mmd-iy* and Thunda-, and compete wita the world'» best.

TO P AY,

2.S0. GRAND MATINEE. 2.30.

<! p m. TO NIGHT. ipi«.

A Bunch of Star Films, bv the last London Mall,

Fir«t Appearance in Sydney ol

IVY HARRIS, Melbourne's Leading Contralto.

Full Orchestra and Eltects.

Prices as Usual, Gd and 1/, Children. 3d and «d.

Our Usual Sacred Concert To morrow Night.

rpriE SHEFFIELD CHOIR.

The performance In Sidney of Beethoven'» Colo<f»! Ninth Symphony will be without doubt the greatest work undertaken In anv part of the world bv this famous hod}. Tins will be performed at a Special Concert in conjunction with the

SYDNEY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA.

A limited number of Season Tickets are now being issued hy the latter" hodv¡ giving the right of entry to this-the greatest mminl event in the hlstorv of Australia. For particulars, see advertisement below.

SECOND CONCERT OF FOURTH SEASON,

AT 3 P.M., OX

SATURDAY NEXT, 27th.

TOWN HALL MATINEE,

by the Glorious

SYDNEY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. SYDNEY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA.

75 Selected Conductor,

Professional Player». JOSEPH BRADLEY.

A SUPERBLY ATTRACTIA'E PROCRAMME.

Including the Tirst Performance in Svdnev of

S.UNTSAEN'S SYMPRONY No. 3, IN C MINOR,

for the Orchestra,

GRAND ORGAN, and TWO PIANOFORTES.

First Piano . Misv BehSle Heit tie. Second Piano _ Mr. E. J. Robinson. Grand Organ. Mr. Christian Hellemann.

i . ' BOX PLAN NOW OPEN AT TALING'S.

Pi ices: 1/ (Rcîervcd), S/, 2/. Tickets to all parts] now- on sale at Paling'» and Nicholson'«.

' INTENDING SUBSCRIBERS.

A limited number of Season Ticket« now available, entitling holder to 4 Ticket« for this Concert and SAMK TWO SEATS for the four remaining Concerts, including SHEFFIELD CHOIR! CONCERT. Subscrip- tion, £1/11/« (Extra Seat», 10/Ö each), received at

Paling-», or by

BLANDFORD AVRIGHT, I Joint Secretaries,

GEO. PLUMMER, I W Pitt-st. Tel.. 3000 City.

?D 'VX M°'lS COMING TO THE LYCEUM._

ñfEÑRY THE THIRD OF IRANCE,

NEXT MONDAY, at the Colonial. No. 1.

H

PT-fT*T'i^Jr*-J

T»OYAL PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY. ."' Conductor: Mr. JOSEPH BRADLEY.

PROSPECTUS, SEASON, 1911.

SECOND SUBSCRIPTION CONCERT. J^-».,. Selection from "Die McUterslnger" (»«BJ«'). ">(\"i

r".v "Pocner's Address. "Greeting to Hans Sscli»,

"írire S," I ans Sachs' Solo, and the_ Final Chorus.

ROOM no Solo, "Let Hie Bright Seraphim" (Samson),

Handel,

MDLLE. ANTONIA DOLORES.' MDLLE. ANTONIA DOLORES.

MOLLE. ANTONIA DOLORES.

"Peer Gynt Suite" (Grieg); Coronation Anthem,

''^^"rds'l^éwí""^»!-" (Childhood of Christ),,

3ei«!rí',liieilon 6th Act (King Manfred), Reinecke, etc. nilRD CONCERT. "ISRAEL IN EGYPT" (H.ndel),

FOURTH CONCERT, -SAMSON and DELILAH

(Saint-Saens).

n VTES OF SUBSCRIPTION.-Two Ticket» (Reserved îeaU) tor the next Concert, and Three Ticket« each for he Third and Fourth Concerts, for £1 Is. Each extra ricket for the Season, 10/«.

Kew Subscriber» accepted now.

Subscriptions may be paid at the Booking Office at

'.ling" where inierlu. receipt vriU^iMuod.

Tclenbone. 007 Newloivn, ' ' lion, 's'ecretsry.

OOYAL- PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY. [i - CONVERSAZIONE AND O.ANCL

TOAVN HALL. JUNE 12. AT 8 P.M.

WFLCOMB TO THE SHEFFIELD CI10 R.

Subscriber^T and other patrons of the Soç ely are

W. JOHNSON.

«?a' co? \Wtow- Hon. Sec, co. Paling«.

BUILDING, ¡ED PARR.

¡OLLER SKATING SEASON. [OLLER SKATING SEASON. ¡OLLER SKATING SEASON.

ROLLER SKATING SEASON. ROLLER SKATING SEASON. ROLLER SKATING SEASON.

GRAND OPENING NIGHT,

.WEDNESDAY NEXT, MAY 24, 101L

The Management have much pleasure In noUfying ntrons that tho Rluk has been renovated Uwoughout. n Fntlrcly New FLOOR has been laid, the only one f Ita kind in Australia, 1600 pairs of the Latest Pat m Brampton Ball-bearing Skates have arrived, and iievv scheine ol Decoration has been adopted. The ci" Refreshment Buffet, elaborately Ihilîhed, will be inch appreciated by Skaters.

VIIIBIT10N ORCHESTRA. FREE INSTRUCTION.

SPECIAL PROGRAMME ON OPENING NIGHT.

THREE SESSIONS DAILY.

OMISSION, ONLY Od. Admission and Skates, 1/.

ROLL UP TO THE OLD-ESTABLISHED AND

. _L__ ..POPULAR "1X';-_ niäVitTTUE THIRD OF FRANCE,

J. NEST MONDAY, ni the Colonial, No. 1.

"rvlYE.TliÖUSAND Liraiï DEVILS to bo Given Away : at the Lyric NEXT MONDA)'! MAY 22.

t)/* "¡OAN ONLY BE SEEN AT LTCEUM, ._,,_

AMUSEMENTS.

\yEST'¡

riCTURES . THEATRES. WEST'S PICTURES DO NOT SHOW ON SUNDAYS.

FREE LIST SUSPENDED, METROPOLITAN PRESS

KXCEPTEU.

During

The Bccrhohm Tree "Henry Mil" BOOM.

PRINCESS AND PALACE THEATRES.

Starling

WITH MATINEE AT liOTtl THEATRES WITH MATINEE AT BOTH 'IIICATHES

- (Matinee, 'at 2.30^ Evening, al 8).

BEER BÖHM TREE IN SYDNEY. THE ARRIVAL PER WEST'S PICTURES

SIR HERBERT BEERBOHM TREE,

and

Mr. ARTTIUR BOURCHIER and Miss MOLET

VANBRUGII,

in

KING HENRY VIII.

"Y'e will see the very persons of our noble story as

they weie living."

SIR HERBERT. TREE'S

Brilliant Spectacular Production of Shakespeare's

"KING HEN'RY VIII"

A« produced with magnificent detail at HU Majesty's Theatre. London. All the Superb Mounting«, the Glori- ous Court Dresses, the Artistic Draperies, and the Gor- geous Scenery that nndc for Sir Herbert'» wonderful

success.

A Brilliant London Cssl:

Henrv A'lll . Arthur Bqnrehler

Cardiml Wolter . Mr Herbert Tr-e

Buckingham . Basil Gill

Lord Chamberlain . Edward Sass Queen Kathirins .MU» Violet A'anbrugh Anne Boleyn. Miss Laura Cowle

A MAGNIFICENT MUSICAL FESTIVAL.

Speeisllv Arranged and Scored bv Mr. De Groan.

Selected Excerots by Moiart. Berthold Tours, Fellen berg, Boccherinl, Joachim Retí, Francis Thome, Handel,

and Ldwtrd German.

6d, 1/, 1/6, 2/. People's Prices. 2/, 1/6. 1/, M. PLAN at NICHOLSON'S till Noon: then WHITE ROSE,

Pitt street. BOOKING FEE, Od.

NO HALF-PRICES AT EVENING PERFORMANCES.

OF IMPORTANCE TO YOUNO AUSTRALIANS.

HENRY VII! FILM AS AN EDUCATOR.

A PRIZE OF FIVE GUINEAS (£57V) will be given to the Boy or Girl who vvrito« the Best ESSAY of not more than SOO words on the subject ol Henry VIH, as presented at WEST'S. It ¡6 stipulated that Competitors Mutt I« Attending School, and be rerti lied to that effect by their Principal._

w^

WEST'S PICTURFS' LATEST ENTERPRISE.

To signalise West'a New Australian Enterprise of the

Manufacture of Moving Pictures,

THE MANAGEMENT

OFFER « Price of TWENTY-FIVE GUÍNEAS for the

Best Kincmatograpn Drama submitted ou or before

June 21, 1911.

The Subjects must deal with AUSTRALIAN LIFE.

Bushranging Incidents are barred.

The Compétition will he judged by TOREE EX- PERTS, ann points awarded for

1. SCNSATIONAL SITUATIONS.

2. PHOTOGRAPHIC POSSIBILITIES.^

Tli« Sole Right« of Production of the Winning Firturo to be the exclutivc property of West's Pictures, Ltd.

. M.S. lo be tvped. addressed. SECRETARY, WEST'S PICTURES, LIMITED, SYDNEY, marked "LIFE POR- TRAYAL." To ensure return of rejected manuscripts,

stamps, should be enclosed._ rpiiE

BALKAN "All jov and illumlnaney."

PRINCESS. -Daily Mail (London).

H*

FIVE THOUSAND LITTLE DEVII.S to bo Given Away _at the lyric SETT MONDAY, MAY 22. V*

AMUSEMENTS.

T ARIO AND COLONIAL THEATRES,

. LTD.

NOS. 1 AND 2. v - Direction .1. D. William*.

WHERE EVERYBODY GOES.

PERPETUAL MOTION FROM 11 A.M. TO 11 P.M.

No Cheap Choto'Plays, but Photo-Play« Cheap.

On account of the enormous business now being done al the above Theatres, it Is advisable for ladies and children to attend the morning and afternoon sessions,

when convenient.

CATCH THE HABIT

to visit (he Lyric, then lake a gentle walk lo Colo- nial No. 1, eventually cross over to Colonial No. 11.

The total cost of this for ease and comfort is Oil, or, to be extravagant, 1/6.

SAME PRICES TO EACH THEATRE.

STALLS, 3d. CIRCLE, Gd.

/"?COMING EVENTS.

"THE DEVIL AT TnE LYRIC."

NEXT MONDAY, MAY 22nd.

IN ADDITION TO THE REGULAR PROGRAMME.

A MOST WONDERFUL PRODUCTION,

"DANTE'S INFERNO,"

A MASTERPIECE IN BIOGRAPHICAL ART.

THE EXCLUSIVE . RIGHTS PURCHASED FOR AUS

TRALLA BY MR. J. D. WILLIAMS AT ENORMOUS

EXPENSE.

This Photo. Play is «n allegorical study taken from

the Divine Comedv of Dante Alighieri.

In other words, it ia "HELL" as painted hy DANTE. 6C00 LITTLE DEVIL SOUVENIRS TO BE GIVEN AWAY

AT THE LYRIC NEXT MONDAY'.

QOLON1AL THEATRE, NO. 2.

, NEXT MONDAY, MAY 22nd.

(In addition to the Regular Programme.)

OF SPECIAL INTEREST TO ROMAN CATHOLICS AND

OTHERS.

"THE FUNERAL OF TUE LATE

ARCHBISHOP RYAN,"

which recently took place at Philadelphia, U.S.A.

The Funeral of this late Hlustrlou» Personage gave

practical proof of the love and esteem in which he wa« regarded not only by the 15,000.000 ROMAN CATHOLICS in America, but by a host ol members of

other denominations.

QOLONIAL THEATRE, NO. J.

NEXT MONDAY", MAY 22nd.

On addition to the Regular Programme.) THE GREAT NEW HISTORICAL DRAMA,

"A CONSPIRACY UNDER

HENRY THE THIRD OF FRANCE."

NOTE.-Do not conflict this Photo. Play with Henry

A'HL, as it is an entirely different production.

MANAGERIAL NOTICE -These "Star" Photo Plays

will positively be shown in addition to the regular programmes. Please note that we do not raise the prices.

The Greater J. D. AVilllams Amusement Co., Ltd.

rpnE

BALKAN

PRINCESS.

"Electrical."

-Express (London).

MUSICAL FESTIVAL OF THE EMPIRE

UNDER SPECIAL ¿SsStflft nis MAJESTY

PATRONAGE OF CKEKRSS THE KING OF ENGLAND

THE FAMOUS SHEFFIELD CHOIE.

220 VOICES. 220

DIRECTOR DR. CnAS. HARRISS. CONDUCTOR, DR. HENRY COWARD.

TOWN HALL, SYDNEY.

TUESDAY EAEN1NG. JUNE 13th . "THE MESSIAH" (Handel),

WEDNESDAY EVENING. JUNE llth . FESTIA'AL CONCERTS (Miscellaneous).

THURSDAY -EVENING. JUNE 15th . "THE DREAM OF GERONTIUS" (Elgan). FRIDAY FVFNiN-n HINT lfsth 1 "SYMPHONIC ODE PAN" (Ilimtt. FRIDAY EAENTNO JUNE 16th.j ..DLE!,T PAm 0F SIRENS" (Parr}).

SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 17th . "NINTH CHORAL SYMPHONY" (Beethoven). SATURDAY EVENING. JUNE 17lh . "THE GOLDEN LEGEND" (Sullivan).

MONDAY EVENING. JUNE 19th . "ELIJAH" (Massed Choruses) (Mindelssohn). TUESDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 20lh . FESTIVAL CONCERT (Miscellaneous). , TUESDAY EVENING. JUNE 20th . CORONATION EMPIRE CONCERT.

BOX OFFÏCE NOTICE.

SPECIAL PLANS for the whole scries open at RESERVED SEATS FOR EACH CONCERT, Paling's WEDNESDAY', Slst May. 10/6 eich.

Ordinary' Plan" opening at Paling's MONDAY, 5th RESERVED SEATS FOR EACH CONCERT, June, for first »ii Concerts only. 7/6 each.

SPECIAL NOTICE.

Seals for tpecfsl plins may be booked by post, and, If desired, as far as penible the same seats will he allotted for part or whole of the series. Country letters will receive prompt attention.

H. N. SOUTHWELL,

AUSTRALASIAN MANAGER. CO. W. II. PALING AND CO, LTD., MS GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY.

Y

r.M.CA. HALL.

Dlrectlon H. N. SOUTHvVELL.

MADGE HELLMRICH CONCERT.

MADGE HELlaMRICH CONCERT..

Patronage of

Mlle. ANTONIA DOLORES.

Dr. RICHARD ARTHUR, M.L.A.

A COMPLIMENTARY FAREAVELL CONCERT

, will be given to

Mis» MADGE HELLMRICTI,

who i» leaving Sydney after severa) years of successful

Artistic AVork in this City.

ASSISTING ARTISTS:

Misses Lynn Mills, Kathleen Cummings. Dorothy

Hellnirlch, Ella James, Messrs. Bryce Carier, Harry Nell, Charles Larsen, J. Tristram, Dudley Hellni- rlch, and Harry Letten.

PRICES: 3/ Reserved, and 2/ Unreserved.

PLAN NOW OPEN AT PALING'S.

Y

r.M.O.A. HALL.

Direction H. N. SOUTHAVELL.

NEXT SATURDAY', M'AY 27th.

INVITATION MUSICAL AND LITERARY RECITAL

»>y

MR. ELLIS PRICE, MR. ELLIS PRICE,

at S o'clock.

Mr. ELLIS PRIOE

will give THREE CHARACTER SKETCHES

by

CHEA'ALIER,

an Original Humorous Sketch, and a Dramatic Monologue, and take part in an Original Comedy

One Act

"LADY ELIZABETH'S LETTER,"

in which Miss IRENE C. LEE and Miss ELSIE CLARK

will assist.

Songs by Miss AMY MURPHY.

Piano Solos by Miss MIRRIE SOLOMON. Songs by Mr. SYD. M'DONALD.

Accompanist, Mrs. MURPHY.

Invitation Cards obtainable at Paling's, where the Plan may be scon._

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FAIRYLAND TRIP. Upper Lnno Cove, from No. 1

Jetty, 10 a.rn.. 2 p.m.. Red. Fare, la; ClilL, 8d. ÜNERAL of the Late ARCHBISHOP RYAN, U.S.A., show n at the Colonial. No. 2, Next MoiTdar, Mar f

Y/OICE' PRODUCTION-AND SINOINO.-New A'ôïco

» Developing Exercises. "EVERYONE who can SPEAK eau learn to SING." Slgnor E. ROSSI, College of Music, Jersey-chambers, S36A George-Street.

_Write or Call for Prospectus._

a THE DEA1L AT THE LYRIC.

NEXT MONDAY, MAY 22s

HI 0 W S HALL, SYDNEY.

lion. Direction 11. N. SOUTHAA'ELL. '

(Under Iho Distinguished Patronage and in the presence

of her Excellency the Countess of Dudley.)

THE HOSPICE CONCERT. THE HOSriCE CONCERT.

In aid of (he funds of Hospice for the Dying,

Darlinghurst.

SATURDAY, JUNE 10th. SATURDAY. JUNE 10th.

The Ladles' Committee have great pleasure In an- nouncing that the Eminent Soprano and Favourite Singer,

MLLE. ANTONIA DOLORES

has graciously consented to slug.

Also.

Mrs. ALEXANDER GORDON

(Miss Margaret Thomas)

»ill mako a welcome re-appearance,

etc., etc., etc.

PRICES: 6/ Reserved. Plan Opens at Paling's 1st

JUNE.

lion. Sees.: Hon. President: lion. Treas.:

Mrs. M. Decry. The Lady Mayoress Mrs. A. 'M'Elhone. Mrs. Leah}. (Mrs. Allen Taylor). Xfrs. J. lla.ves.

PROTESTANT HALL, CASTLEREAGH-STREET.

Direction li. FAULKNER SMITH.

LAST LECTURE. ' TO-NIGHT.

EVOLUTION.

TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT.

THE ASCENT OF MAN I and

THE PROGRESS OF SOCIETY,

The Most Engrórsing Topic of Modern Times, by

WALTER THOMAS MILLS, M.A.

DON'S MISS Hil« Last Opportunity of hearing this

Celebrated Orator and Author.

"Seldom, If ever, has any other speaker roused a Sydney audience to such a pitch ol enthusiasm."

"A. powerful speaker, a humourist, a consummate roaster of rhetoric-the greatest orator we have yet heard,"-VIDE SYDNEY TRESS.

PRICES, 2/ and 1/. A few Reserved Chairs al 3/.

Plan and Day Sales at Cole's. Open 7, Commence 8.

CJIMS CONSERVATOIRE.

TUITION IN ALL INSTRUMENTS, SINGING, and | DRAMATIC ART. Term commences from first lesson. Fees from one guinea.

SIMS CONSERVATOIRE ORCHESTRA may he ob

tallied (or all functions (4 to 40 pcrformrrs). I

PROSPECTUS and all Inforniallou on application lo

DIRECTORS.

Lowther Clark and John Veitch.

TTVrVJi THOUSAND LITTLE DEVIW to ne Given Away JÍJ nt tho Lyric NEXT MONDAY, MAY. 23.

? AMUSEMENTS. gOUSA

SOUSA SODSA, . ,

at the

TOWN nALL, SÏDNEY.

ABSOLUTELY NO FREE LIST,

TO-DAY', AT j,

10-DAY, ATV

GRAND MATINEE,

and

TO-NIGHT, AT S. TO-N1GUT, AT 8,

SOUSA

The World's Greatest

BANDMASTER,

and his

BAND OF SIXTY. BAND OF SIXTY'.

TODAY, AT J, SOUSA.

SODSAi

Bring the Children to hut

the famous

, ' SOUSA'S BAND.

SOUSA'S BAND.

CHILDREN HALF-PRICE to all pirti

st MATINEE.

COMPLETE CI1A.NGB OF

PROGRAMME

and, by special request,

"THE STARS AND STTtlTES FOB FATS," '

and ,

"THE FEDERAL MARCH»

Specially Written for and Dedicated '

to the Australiaa People.

PRICES: Reserved Seals, 7/5 and 5/¡ Unreserrtd eui 3/ and 2/. ^

Bor Plans: CARNEGIE and SON'S. M'KltwsttMl.

Day Sales tor S/ Seats only «t MARKS, Toucatii corner Pitt and King streets.

SPECIAL NOTICE.

The Concerts sturt punctually at 8 o'eleci, ria patrons are respectfully requested lo be seale!

FUTURE ARRANGEMENTS.

MONDAY EVENING, MAT ¡Ü

TOWN HALL, SYDNET.

TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, MAY 23 uri ¡I,

MAITLAND and NEWCASTLE,

owing to the Town Hall belog othenriie ènçifîi

THURSDAY, MAY 25,

TOWN HALL, STONEY.

And Every Evening until further DoHei.

E. BRANSCOMBE, Lu

JOCSA'S BAND.

5 SOUSA'S BAND

SOUSA'S BAND

CONN CONN CONN

BAND INSTRUMENTS.

BAND INSTRUMENT!

SUTTON'S

MUSIC WAREHOUSE,

590 and 202 nOb'RKE-STHEEI,

MELBOURNE.

Write for'Particulars.

gOUSA

AND HIS Vu

THE

SOUSA MARCH ALBUM,

Price, 1/ Net,

1/1 Posted.

Containing the following ! Enormously Poniihr Marche«, timeui truynci'* ;

WASHINGTON POST MARCH. LIBERTY BELL MARCH.

mon SCHOOL CADLTS MARCH. MANHATTAN BEACH MARCH. BELLE Or CHIC ICO MARCH. OCCIDENTAL MARCH.

CORCORAN CADETS MARCH. GLADIATOR MARCH.

WOLVERINE MARCH.

RIGHT FORWARD MARCH.

This Album has already had i gmt ule, asi »_ be in great demand during Mr. Sousa's. Tour ii

Australia,

It Is full music sire, and his sa ill-trated El psge bearing Mr. Sousa's photosraph.

Published bv

CHAPPELL and CO., Ltd,,,

Melbourne. London, and Ne* York.

Copie« obtainable st

W. H. PALING AND CO., LTD,,

SIDNEY. BRISBANE, NEWCASTLE, «id

TOOWOOMBA

JOUSA AND HIS M»

HOBOMOKO. nOBOMOKO, HOBOMOKO. HOB0Ä

HOBOMOKO. HOBOMOKO, HOBOMOKO,

HOBOMOKO, HOBOMOKO,

HOBOMOKO.

An Indian Romance by Ernest Re««,'

Played to Tumultuous Applause by

Sonsa and Ills Band,

Throughout his Australasian Silfos

Price, 1/0; or Posted anywhere <« !('. [TENUS ON EARTH WALTZ,

VENUS ON EARTH WALTZ.

VENUS ON E vRTH W.AI.TZ.

VENUS OX EARTH WH', By the Talented Composer, Paul Linckr,

is »lso being pluved throughout the AratrilimnTi«")

THE INCOMPARABLE SOl'S.A.

Price, 1/6; Posted anywhere lor Hi.

Obtainable at all Music Stores or duett (ron I"

Publishers. , , ,, _

ALBERT and SON. 1ST and 1*1 Kins it«, }!>*!>

"Where You Can Get All Senn'» Malle.

run;

"More fc»_ ard ~-^,e°^

TJNDER AICE-REGAr. PATROSlGt,

WALTER BENTLEY Ottl'ECK. Elocution and Dramatic Art,

Í5I CEORGESTREET. ,__,,".» The Costume Dramatic Recital at SI. Ja-»J. on Thursday night was an enormous success. "~ racked to the doors. .^

Student« applauded to the ena.

Full Orchestra greatly aprjeclit«

NEXT RECITAL, JUNK i«h (Note dite),

will include the Great Comedy

..MONEY." '

commanded by the King in London. .

Quarter begin. Juno l«t. Students ¿"' X'1

once, »o as to enaSle MrJkniH^yJo___l__.

]STORTH SYDNEY COLlSEl*

Dlrectien, NORTH SYDNEY COLISEUM, Lti ¡

ROLLER-SKATING SFASOV, ROLLERSKATIXG SEASON, I Session«. Ttetre<hmei ruction. Courteous A loor. N't THREE SESSIONS DAILY. ;!; Skates or Flooragc, 1/.

COLISEUM THEATRE .__,

adjoins (he Skating Hink, where Conlinndus pi*T are Screened Nlthtlr. Popular Ptlres. Ulfl _

Mmi* vii Swton« Refreshment Tinto ,

a^MST Courteous AttendajU , rcrfoct Floor.EE ""^^ ¿

Admission, Oil; Skates or Vloorage, 1/.

QßAl

SlARlUM.

ICE SKATING. ICE SKATING. ICE SKATING. ICE SKATÇN'G. ICE SKATING. ICE SKATING. ICE SKATING. ICE SKATING. ICE SKATING. ICE SKATING. ICE ¡SKATING. ICE SKATING. ICE SKATING. ICE SKATING. ICE SKATING.

SE ASON TICKETS and SKATES

may be obtained at the Office on Monday, Tuesday.

and AVednesday.

May 22, 23, and 2*. , - between 10 and 1. a.m-. 8 and 5, 7.30 and 0 p.m.

SEASON OPENS

NEXT THURSDAY',

.MAY 25th.

"ÜÜÑBAR r00LE,Mjni!

?Phonet «W (¡tehe. - -rTr"\t-(C-old"»^

"Mi,,,). Operas, Conrer . WJ«^,- "

Milijerts and exams., '="""?;...","" ?paone. H?i¿ ,",! Adams! <''»m^"' ".^'^-Mi e orSTl« *

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