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To go through life, anJ play the game; To smile, and always be the same; These virtues rare are but the test

Of those who drink of ROBERTS' BEST.

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HUBERTS' \VHISKY IS CHEAPEST

AJND BEST. » THE PEOPLE'S WHISKY.

ROBERTS' SPECIAL OLD SCOTCH. Imp. Qt«., 5/,

Bottles 3/0, Imp. Pints 2/6; Large Flasks S/, Email Flasks, 1/.

Sold only at

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MARKET-STREPrr, NEXT GEORGE-STREET.

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MOET AND CHANDON'S CHAMPAGNE, 6/6, 11/. POMMF.RY CHAMPAGNE, 6/6, 11/.

BINET'S CHAMPAGNE (dry, Elite, 1000), 5/6, 11/. DELBPTK'S OHAMPAQXE, 5/6, 11/.

PF.NFOLD'S FAMOUS PORTS, 2/. 2/6, 3/ per bot. TOOHEY'S STANDARD PALE ALE. 6d. TOOUEV'S NOURISHING STOUT. 6d.

ROBERTS' VERY FINEST OLD SCOTCH, «/. ? ROBERTS' EXTRA SPECIAL WHISKY, St

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PVLE JAMAICA RUM, S/, 4/, 6/.

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N.S.W. CLARET. 1/; Small Bottles, 6d, id. FINE OLD PALE BRANDY, 4/.

FOREIGN PORT AND SHERRIES, 2/6, 3/6.

ROBERTS' WINE AND SPIRIT STOItjfSS,

MARKET-STREET. NEXT GEORGE-STREET.

öoviaiNMEirriK^a RAILWAYS JJAIL AND RIVER EXCURSIONS.

TO THE NEPEAN RIVER, PENRITH.

Trains will leave Sydney for Penrith TO-MORROW (Saturday), at S.27 a.m. and 1.25 p.m.

Return fares from Sydney (including Rail, Coaeh, and Steamer), Cs fid First-class, and 4s Second-class.

TO THE HAWKESBURY RIVER,

WEDNESDAY-WISEMAN'S FERRY TRIP.

Train« leave Sydney at 0.5 a.m., and Milson'» Point

.1 S.50 a-m.

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

FRIDAYS-HAWKESBURY RIVER TRIP.

Train loaves Sydney at 9.S sum., and Milson'« Point

at 8.50 a.m.

Return Faxe (including trip on stomer), First-class ti, Second-class 4s.

SATURDAYS.

ROUND TRIPS-SYDNEY-HAWKESBURY.WDJDSOR.

Train« will leave Sydney for the Hawkesbury at 0.5 «.ra. «nd Milson'« Point at S.50 a-m., passengers reach- ing Windsor in tims to join the 8.13 p.m. train, due b.idney at 0.3S p.m.

Passenger« will also be booked in the reverse direc- tion by train leaving Sydney for Windsor at LS3 p.m., on Saturdays, proceed by steamer to Wiseman's Perry, «t«y over, and join afternoon train from Hawkesbury to Sydney on Sunda}-, Monday. Wednesday, or Thursday,

within a week.

Return Fare, First-class Us 6d, Second-class 9« 6d. Light refreshments obtainable on steamer,

Ticket« for the above trips to the Hawkesbury River may be obtained at Sydney, Parramatta, Hornsby, Mil son's Point, and intermediate stations.

For full particulars sec handbills, obtainable from Stationmasters.

(tt-275) By order.

AOTSEHEOTS.

X> A L A G E _

THEATRE FAREWELL! FAREWELL I

FAREWELL PERFORMANCE TO-NIGUT1

FAREWELL TO "LOVERS' LANE."

TO-NIGHT, AT 8.

POSTTTVELY LAST NIGHT

of the

PLTMMER-DENNISTON

SEASON.

FAREWELL PERFORMANCE

of

Clyde Fitch's Most Successful Plsj,

LOVERS' LANE. LOVERS' LANE. LOVERS' LANE.

THE SWEETEST STORY EVER TOLD.

PRICES: 3/. 2/, 1/. BoxTlan at Elvy's. Day Sale,

White lloic.

SATURDAY nnd MONDAY,

April 1st and 3rd, at 8 p.m.

CIVIL WAR,

A Comedy in Four Acts.

by Ashley Dukes.

"A Strong »nd Interesting Play."-London Times,

The cast will include:-Messrs. Leonard Willey, Stephen Scarlett, und Shcpheul, Mesdames Suttor and Hotham, Mireea Titheradge and Ward.

The play produced by Mr. A, Greenaway. PRICES: 5/, 3/, and 2/.

The Stage Society, Sydney.

STANDARD THEATRE, CAtaTLEREAGU blTlEET.

Alight Batliurtt-sueet.

Last 2 Nights of this Co. Last night of the Manel lous Beaumonts, Brightest Vanetv, Peerless Pictures, The Venu« Trio in all their Bciutj, Pose Plastique, u fac-simile of London production "To the Pure all Things are Pure," chastely rtiealed. Next Sat, Special Film taken for us, "Beauties of Launceston," Tas mania, Great Scene Picture, "Walalas, French Clowns, Acrobats." Our Motto, "The Best." Our Prices, "Tlie Lowest." 1/6, 1/, Oil. and 3d. Matinee SAT., 2.30. Box P1-.g at White Rose.

r.M.O.A. HALL, SATURDAY,

. APRIL 8, "THE ROY'AL HAWAnANS."

HIST CONCERT Ol' THE FOURTH SEASON.

TOWN HALL, nt 3 p.m.

Door« open 2.15 p.m.

TO-MORROW AFTERNOON,

SATURDVY, AT 3. SATURDVY, AT 3. SATURDVY-, AT S.

The Gloriouslv Magnificent

SYDNEY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

(75 Picked Professional Players).

Conductor .loscph Bradley.

. AN ENTIRELY WAGNERIAN PROGRAMME .. will bo submitted.

FIRST PERFORM VS'CE IN AUSTRALIA of

"Kaiser March" and Siegfried's "Journey lo the Rhine "

PLAN AT PALING'S. PRICES:

PLAN AT PALING'S. 4/ (Rescncd), PLAN AT P VLING'S S/, and !/.

SPECIAL NOTICE.-Subscribers must obtain Concert Admission Vouchers from Paling'B before noon To- morrow._ _ _ _ _I_ .TrT~602~GF.OnGE-STRF.ET, THE MVRVELLOUS A- CHIMPANZEE. Thousands arc Visiting Ulm Daily. CASEY. HE IS ALMOST HUMAN, CASEY. CASEY. He plays the piano and the CASEY. CASEY. mouth organ, writes lils name, OASPVY. CASEY. smokes a pipe: in fact, he does CASEY. CVSEY. almost everything a human being CASEY. CASEY'. is enpnhle of. YOU WILL ROAR CASEY. CASEY. AT HIM. Dirwfn's Vfsslno- Link. rtSEY CASEY'. Doubts Dispelled. The Problem CASEY. CASEY. Solved. ADMISSION, Od. CASEY. CASEY. Open Dailv 11 till 1, 3 till 5, 7 till 0. CASEY.

.ROYAL ART SOCIETY OP NEW ?^ SOUTH WALES,

Viekery's-chambers, 70 Pitt-street.

NOW OPEN,

THHtD EXHIBITION OF CABINET PICTURES.

ADMISSION 6d, WITH CATALOGUE.

_Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m._ -Xnin's'-" KENNEL CLUB.

SECOND GRAND PARADE,

AGRICULTURAL GROUNDS, SATURDAY.

Admission, (Id.

Spencer will take Moving Pictures.

Gates open_2_ p.m._

ÖEEING SYDNEY_ BY MOTOR.

~,. n"m»rli,l Tars of the S.M.D. Coy. leave the

¿st^&tf^'^C00K and

«THE ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS AND AQUARIUM.

,>ncn 0.80 till 5.30 Week D»v«.

Sunday«, 2 till 5 p.m.

IEVAIRYLAND TRIP. Upper ¿-""v^c- '!°^"-J BÍ Jetty, lO^rrw, 2p.m.. Red. Fare. 1«: Gnu, oo. frëîË~ROYAL HAWAnANS, """,«".. Al. Direct from the 'Taradi« of the racine.

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"ITS M A J E S T Y ' S. Lessee »nd Manager .. J. 0. YYILLIAMSON, Ltd,

EVERY EVENING AT 8.

LAST FOUR NIGHTS. A Thrilling Chapter LAST FOUR NIGHTS. from

LAST FOUR NIGHTS. Modern Life.

LAST FOUR NIGHTS. Brillantly Acted LAST FOUR NIGHTS. and

LAST FOUR NIGHTS. Realistically Staired.

Mr. J. 0. WILLIAMSON present«

Prral Armstrong and YVInchcll Smith'«

Exciting Drama,

. VIA WIRELESS. > VIA WIRELESS. ' VIA WIRELESS.

"It Is doubly telling, became the »tot7 orrie« toa conviction of probability."

Tile Graphic Foundry Scent.

Tile Intense Wireless Episode. LAST The YVreck of the Yacht, FOUR The Storm and Rescue. NIGHTS.

"The best things in their line

that have been done In Sydney."

-The BULLETIN.

WIRELESS INSTALLATION «unplleu bv the courtesy of

TUE AUSTRALASIAN YVÍRELESS, LIMITED.

(Quenched Singing Spark System.)

The Play produced by Mr. J. W. HAZLITT.

BOX PLAN at Paling'« till S p.m., «nd thereafter at Her Majesty's Office, MnrUt-strect, Day Bale at Cal lose's. Children in arms not adtmued. No Free List,

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P

ANTOJaTAOJ,

ALWAYS WELCOME PANTOMIME, AGAIN.

HER MAJESTY'S.

The Fifth ConsecutiTe ANNUAL SPECTACULAR EX- TRAVAGANZA, upon which the ontire force» of J. 0. Williamson, Ltd., were for over a year concentrated,

is due in Sydney on

SAJUKIM», AI'Kib a. i

when Mr. J. a WILLIAMSON will present

JACK AND THE BEANSTALK JACK AND THE BEANSTALK

(By J. James Hewson).

ALL THE FEATURES ARE NOVEL,

THE STAGING IS GORGEOUS.

THE BALLETS ARE BEAUTIFUL. THE SPECIALTIES UNUSUAL.

A COMBINED ENSEMBLE OF S50 PEOPLE.

The Whole Stupendous Production Staged under the supervision of

MR. GERARD COVENTRY*.

SPECIAL BOOKING NOTICE.

Permanent first-nighter« »ill have their Seats Re-

served as usual.

No written applications will be received by the man

agement for teats.

The Advance Plan will be available Next Tuesday, at 9 a.m., at Paling'«, where Seat» only ran he secured.

Ordinary Plan at Paling'« Next YVednesday.

J. a WILLIAMSON, Ltd.

D

A N C I N Elementary and Finishing Lesson«.

SPECIAL CLASSES FOR BEGINNERS.

Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Evenings, at 8.

(Commencement of New Quarter.)

STRICTLY PRIY'ATE LESSONS. Morning, Afternoon,

and Evening.

MR. AND MRS. ROBERTS, 160 PIin.LIP-STREET.

TjY M P I R E THEATRE, -*-* OXFORD.STREET, HYDE PARK.

Sole Lessee . A. It, SUEPARD. |

TO-NIOnT. TO-NtailT. "THE PASHA'S DAUGHTER,"

'THE TENDERFOOT MESSENGER,"

"IN LOVELY DEVON," "FRANCISCA DI IUJIONA," "MATILDA LOVE STRUCK,"

AND SIX OTHER STAR PICTURES. COMPLETE CHANGE-MONDAY'S and THURSDAYS. EMPIRE PRICES: Adult«, Od and I/. Children, Sd, Od FINAL WEIGHT-LIFTING COMPETITION TO-NIGHT.

[IE ROYAL HAWAn.ANS,

EXQUISITE, UNIQUE, ENTRANCING._

GOOD NEWS.

TO LOVERS OF GOOD PICTURES.

We hare some of the CHOICEST REPRODUCTION'S IN THE WORLD OF ART, Framed and Unframcd. WEDDINO AND BIRTHDAY GIFTS should be useful jnd BcautifuL A Choi« picture artistically from«)

la always acceptable.

OUR ART OV ERMAÎTOLS »re the Newest Idea» for W»H Decoration.

OUR FRAMING IS UP-TO DATE, Bring yoar Picture« «nd Photo«, no nutter who took them, «nd w«

will pleaie you with ARTISTIO MOULDINGS. '

OUR PRICES ARE LOW, OUR WORKMANSHIP 1'tlE BEST, AND OUR STYLE ^ARTISTIC

CROWN STUDIOS,

FRAMINO DEPARTMENT,

MS GEORGE-STREET (next Roberts' Botel).

SKUTHORPE BUCKJUMPING SHOW. RAWSON-PLACE, NEAR THE RAILWAY,

TO-NIGHT, AND EVERY EVENING.

CONTINUATION OF £100 CONTEST.

THE VERDICT-THE BEST BUCKJUMPING SHOW EVER SEEN IN SYDNEY.

' COME AND SEE THE

BUCKING MULES. * FUN IN A STOCKYARD,

BUCKING BULLOCKS, LVDY BUCKJUMP RIDERS,

BUCKING PONIES, THE CHAMPION RIDERS. ,

SYDNEY R0U0HR1DERS, TOMMY BURNS, THE OUTLAW, ETC ETC.

OATESOrENAT7 P.M. START AT S.

ADMISSION, 8/. II, »nd 1/; Children, Half-price._

ROSEHILL RACES.

TO-MORROW, SATURDAY.

RECORD ENTRIES. FIRST RACE, 2.15 P.M.

SPECIAL TRAINS. _,

DIRECT TO THE RACECOURSE PLATFORM,

WILL LEAVE SYDNEY RAILWAY STATION AS UNDERî 11.45 «.m.-Horse Train, leave« Platform No. 15.

'12.7 p.m.-First and Second Class leal es Platform No.

14.

12.23 p.m.-First and Second Class, leaics Platform

No. IS

12.« p.m.-First Class, leave« Platform No. 16.

.12.51 p.m-First and Second Class, leaves Platform

No li

12.56 p.m.-Second Class, leaves Platform No 15.

., e-n"t ."J Q.nnna rl.T l,»n Platform NT,

1.6 p.m.-First and Second Class, leaves Platform No.

li.

.Slops «t Strathfield.

This Train (1.S5) will arrive at the Racecourse Gates about 0 minutes previous to the starting of tlie find. race. _ J "_

TIME OF RAILWAY JOURNEY, SO MINUTES.

GEO. W. a ROWE, Secretary.

MANLY. MANLY. MANLY.

TO-MORROW AFTERNOON.

THE GREAT ANNUAL SURF CARNIVAL

WILL BE HELD.

GRAND PROGRAMME OP EVENTS:

Including

HAREM SKIRT COMPETITION. PYJAMA SUIT COMPETITION.

FANCY DRESS , S-LEGGED RACE. THE YELLOW PERIL, Etc., Etc

Club will be «rristed by Members from "Our Miss Gibbs," "The Whip," and the Palace Theatre.

DON'T FORGET, TO-MORROW, SATURDAY.

BICYCLES AND_ MOTOS J3AKS.

-TyfOTOB CAR." " SPECIALITIES.

PIONEER LEATHER CLUTCHES. Gil EASE CAPS. "

LEATHER SUNDRIES.

The name "PIONEER" 1« a Guarantee of the

Quality,

J. 0. LUDOYVICI and SON, Ltd.,

_]17_Y'ork-Btrect, Sydney.

SALE, MOTOR CAR WHEEL TURNING LATHE,

with slide rest, complete, cheap. Morris, Hope toun-street, Camperdown. _

1CYCLE for Sale, genuine U.S.A., lu good order, ! cheap. 12 Suffolkht, Paddlngtou.

AMUSEliElîTS.

rpHEATRB ROYAL.

Lessee and Manager .J. a WILLIAMSON, Ltd.

EVERY EVENING, AT 7.«.

"Our Min Gibb« would get on anywhere."

THE TOWN HAS 10NE CRAZY OVER

ODR MISS GIBBS, OUR MISS GIBBS. OUR MISS GIBBS, "Sing of joy, sing of bli«*. Home was never like this

i'ip-I-addy-l-ay."

BIO BOOKING AND LONG QUEUES.

RESPLENDENT REVELRY, SENSATIONAL GOWNING,

GAY MUSIC,

and

LOTS OF FUN.

The Night'« Alwaj« Young

at

"OUR MISS GIBBS." I

Box Plan «t Paling*« till 6 n.rn., and thereafter with Day Sale »t Rowe'« Confectioner)' (opposite Stallt en- trance). Children in arms not admitted. No Free Litt _J. f\ WILLIAMSON. Ltd.

rpHEATRB ROYAL.

Lessee and Manager . J. a WluLIAMSON, Ltd.

\ Mr. J. C. WILLIAMSON present»

(By arrangement with Messrs. LIEBLER »nd CO.),

for

ONE TERp-ORMANOK ONLY.

The New riay in Four Act«,

THE DAWN OP A TO-MORROW, THE DAWN OP A TO-MORROW,

By Mrs. France« Hodgson Burnett

PL.VY PRODUCED BY MR. WYBERT STAMFORD. Box Plan at Paling's.

J. O. WILLIAMSON, Ltd.

JVJ-ELBA GRAND OPERA REASON.

VOICES.

APPLICATIONS are invited, from Lidie« and Gentle- men desirous of JOINING THE CHORUS for the MELBA GRAND OPERA SEASON in Sydney and Mel- bourne, commencing in SEPTEMBER NEXT.

Only those possessed of thoroughly well-trained voices, and able to read at sight, should apply.

Applications must in the first instance, be by letter, stating quality of voice and other qualification«, and will be received within the NEXT TEN DAY'S.

Due Notice will be gil en as to trial of voice«.

J. a WILLIAMSON, Ltd.

rpHE KING'S THEATRE,

GEORGE »nd HARRIS STREETS.

REMEMBER,

TO-DAY »nd TO-MORROW (SATURDAY)

we »re «bowing, in addition to our usual

GIANT ri!OaR.VMME,

The Great American Production,

BLUEHORSE MINE.

THIS IS THE PICTURE OF THE HOUR.

BICYCLES AND MOTOS CARS.

rnURNLR UROS 239 PUt s* require good country

X Agents Lib com oflered_Write for particular!.

ÜRSFR BROS "So'Vittst, Post Tree BlochTÏÏ |

lustratcd Catalogue It s worth Inspection.

rpURSril BROS 231) Pitt «- -^S II ÁTñchli c7~all

.i. makes fr a.5 g teed Sunfrirs Repairs rea6bl

TAM CABS ayilncv Taxi cib Co Ltd St Peter a _st_Dione Willi Bt -Ql_ FIRST CLYSS large TOUH1SC CAR new with exp _drl\er^rJilre__n_o IcratoJ nns Phone *j°43 Clti IJYOR bMl 1 Iljrnes Bicjck light rating much"

. ;nt n<>\ im reis A| ] h n>Clt\rd His

CJALF In good or 1er " h p cheap also Side Car ?* ehoil ^Apj lj_J6 jÇitj_rtl _*J3£litil,tori_

WANHD sit 6 seat Hitlnt, tai J.'(X). no old

hcrap 1 n models or agents Ylodel Hera! I Brai ch LL goud cooks ist Munns Mal/tna for thiel cnlng soups It is the purest form ol Corn Flour

AMUSEMENTS.

T I V O U T It E A TiriT

Sole Proprietor and Manager .. Mr. narry Rickards.

»..Jifí....:. Mr. Edward Maa«. THE RECOONISED HOME OF THE STAUS. ._," ".",". MR, HARRY RICKARDS'

NEW TIVOLI VAUOKVU LE ANO SPEJIAL1 . CO. NEXT TURPIN MATINEE, TO-MORROW, AT tlO, Unparalleled Enthusiasm. The Topic of the Hour.

.JftC: 15J',H"r'l'' Latest and Greatest Importation.

TUE ORIGINAL ENGLISH PROTEAN ACTOR,

Mr. R. A. RORKHTS. Mr. 11. A. ROI11ÎRTS, ' Mr. 11. A. ROIlKlifS,

Mr. R. A. ROBERTS, Mr. R. A. RLllKins,

Presenting hi« World-famous Drmutlc Sketch, entitled

DICK TURPIN. ,.,«.. -. - CHARACTERS!

iASPAst'Y (* Bow-Meet Runner) Y Written. SOFT SALLY (innkeeper and For-

tune Teller)

JERRY BINKS (a Yorkshire Far-

mer)

LADY' MAUD ROMANDER («n

Aristocrat)

DICK TURPIN (the Famous High-

wayman)

Invented,

and Acted

by

. ... A. ROBERTS Scene I.: OuUide "The Sp«nlard«," Hampstead Heath. Scene n.: A Room in the Inn. Seen J III.: Y'lew uf York Minster. i

Reappearance, after a protracted absence, of

MORRIS anti YVII.SON,

The Craiy Ostlers, Australia'« Premier Comedy

Acrobats.

LAST NIGHT OF LUCIA LOTTIE COLLINS.

Continued Success Nightly of our Star Art Uti,

DALEY COOPER AND MABI3L LAIT.

FLORENCE CROMER CHALLIS, CHAS. LILBURN,

ALEXANDER PRINCE, TRISTRAM GREENE. LORN\ and TOOIS POUNDS, ALAN LORNE.

and all Mr. Rickards' Great Double Co.

PRICES: S/, 2/, «nd 1/. Rooked Scat», 1/ extra. Early Doora, Od Extra. Box Tlan at Paling'«, George street, _ _ General Manager,'JOHN O. LEETE.

TIVOLI f II E A T mt.

IYiPORTANT MANAGERIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. TO-MORROW, SATURDAY, AT THE MATINEE,

Mr. Rickards presenta (direct from South Africa, per S.S. Ascsnlus) one of America'« Leading Star Per- formers,

LEIPZIG,

THE INCOMPARABLE CONJURER,

Pronounced by Press and Public of England, Europe, and America as the Greatest Card Manipulator of the present jige. _ '_ "VPSS" ETHEL CLIFFORD, l8 vrs.' slaire evp , Trhr. -'Lo' nil Stage. Step Dancing, THEATRICAL CLARES

YVed. and Sot,, 2.S0, on Model of tandou Schools, l'rlv. lessor« anv hour l.O.O.F. Temple, Ellrahcth-st. city. DANCING CLASS (Beginners), SsFûrdsy. 2.S0"illl ft,

adult«, Is. Ferndale, Oxf.-nt, YV'lahra. T.. 136 Fail.

G

L /A O I A R I U M.

The

HOME OF FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT

and

WEST'S PICTURES, LIMITED.

LAST NIGHT, SATURDAY NICHT,

of

WEST'S LATEST AND GREATEST STAR

ATTRACTION,

GLORIOUS SYDNEY OF TO-DAY,

A D10 BOOM CREATED EACH EY*ENTNO

by

YVESrS PROGRAMME OF PLEASING VARIETY, YVKSTS PROGRAMME OF PLEASING VARIETY*, YVESrS PROGRAMME OF PLEASING VARIETY*,

Consisting of

15 Fifteen of London's Superior Subjects. 15

G

LACIARIUM.

The Lotest and Mort Attractive Enterprise of WEST'S PICTURES. LIMITED.

TO-MORROW, SATURDAY*.

TO-MORROYV,«SATURDAY, At Uie Matinee, - TO-MORROW, SATURDAY,

First Presentation in Sydney of the Intensely Powerful

anti Thrilling Picture Dram»,

THE

MYSTERY OF A HANSOM CAB. MYSTERY OF A HANSOM CAB.

WHO KILLED OLIVER WHYTE?

Till*. GREAT MELBOURNE CAB MY'STERY. THE GREAT MELBOURNE CAR MYSTERY.

Tile Picture will disclora Scenes of Melbourne'« Lead- ing Thorotichfarrs-Life in the Scenic Metropolit of the South-Sidelights on Social Life.

Daring and Ingeniously Constructed Episode« of Life in the Slum Quarters of Melbourne,

FORMING THE STRANGEST AND STRONGEST DRAMA

. ever presented

ON OR OFF THE STAGE OF UFE.

EPISODES OF THE STORY:

GUNSLER'S CAFE, COLLINS-STREET.

1. The meeting of Mark Frottlcby and Rosanna Moore. 2. Reems-street, East Melbourne. The Courtship. 3. Frettleby's Station. Divided Lives.

4. rrcttlchy's New Love. Trettlcby's Rooms. 6. The New« of Rosanna'« Death.

6. Room at Myrtle Orange. I love you. 7. Twenty years alter. . 8. Frettleby's Mansion, St Kilda. 0. Tlie Ghost of the East.

ia "Possum Villa. Grcj-street. St- Kilda.

11. Two Men at YY'ar.

12. The Orient Hotel, Bourke-strcet.

13. The Melbourne Club, Collins street. 14. Brian receives a Message.

15. The Cabstand. Scots Church,

DRIVE TO ST. KILDA. l8. Austral Hotel, Bourke-strcet. 37. Sal Rawlins shows the way.

l8. Mother Guttersnipe'«, Bourke-street. <? 10. Death of Rosanna Moore. - 20. The Fatal Drive.

21. Collins street. Princes, Bridge. 22. St. Kllda-road.

TOE MURDER IN THE CAB,

Opposite Church of England Grammar School. 23. Who la the Manf Esplanade, St, Kilda. 24. The Discovery of the Crime.

25. 'Pcwaim Villa. On the Track.

SO. The Arrest of Brian Fitzgerald. 27. Calton'« Office, Chtnccry-laiic.

28. A Woman to the Renou«. The Melbourne Gaol. 20. Brian Refuses to Streak. Calton'« Office.

30. The Reward for Sal. Rawlins. Mother Guttersnipe's,

Bourke-strcet.

31. No News. Tlie Law Courts,

82. taw Court«. Tlie Cahmsn'» Story.

33. Mernie»' Hotel. Return of Sal. Kawlina. 34. Acquittal of Brian FilrgeraliL

33. Mother Guttersnipe's. The Last Call.

3d. Mark Frettleby's Home. The Confession. 87. On the Lawn. YYTio is the Mant

SS. Frettlehy'« Study. Blackmail. _

YOU KILLED OLIVER WHYTE.

DEATH OF MARK FRETTLEBY

and

END OF THE ASTOUNDING MYSTERY.

Remember

STARTING AT SATURDAY'S MATINEE, STARTING AT SATURDAY'S M ATINEE,

and

NO ADVANCE IN PEOPLE'S POPULAR PRICES.

SEATS SHOULD BE RESERVED AT NICHOLSON'S.

WILL ARRIVE TO-DAY AND

OPEN TO-HORROW, SATURDAY, APRIL 1, PRINCE ALFRED PARK. WIRTH BROS.' GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH. ALL NEW AMERICAN CIRCUS COMPANY.

TIHS SEASON'S STUPENDOUS ORGANISATION WILL BE THE BIGGEST IN THE ANNALS OF AUSTRALIAN

CIRCUS HISTORY,

Consulting of the following World-renowned Artists:

7 FLYING GORDONS. 1 ^avZtfàTT ^^ EISTEBS A1ÎD THE DASHING OUIKA MEERS. jfTTrirpv fvn FOT

S ARTOIS LE VAN AND RYAN. » _ DANN? RY^Í° AND COMPANY-SEC

The »bore Company, which w«s personally »elected by Mr. Geo. Wirth for the Australian «eaton of lull, bj a Show in itself never belorc equalled In the Southern Hemisphere; but

WE HAVE OTHER ATTRACTIONS NEW TO SYDNEY.

LIZZIE, LIZZIE, LIZZIE, LIZZIE,

THE ENORMOUS BLOOD-SWEATING AFRICAN HIPPOPOTvMUS. THE ONLY LIVE HIPPOPOTAMUS IN

AUSTRALIA. COSTINO WIRTI! BROS. £1250.

THE IMMENSE MENAGERIE

K5 THE GREATEST AND BEST IN THE SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE.

SO BEAUTIFUL HORSES AND PONIES . 80

in Liberty and Menage Acts.

MATINEES WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS AND ALL HOLIDAYS.

SPECIAL LECTURES ON WILD ANIMALS FOR SCHOOL HILDREN.

PRICES : 4/, 3/, AND 2/. CHILDREN HALF-PRICE.

_RESERVED CHAIRS, 5/. BOX PLAN AT PALING'S.

BUILDING MATERIALS.

WEATHERBOARD COTTAGES.

NEVER DAMP.

MACHINE MADE

Krtcted to your own design or to our SPECIAL PLANS, CATALOGUE of which we will mail fr«« to tay address. ,

Term« »re often arranged to owner« ol City «nd Suburban Land.

GEORGE HUDSON AND SON, LTD., REGENT-STREET, REDFERN.

WEATHERBOARD COTTAGES.

SUPPLIED FREE WITH LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. CUSTOMERS'

PLEASE CALL IN OR WRITE US. ,

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ALL DESIGNS SUPPLIED FREE WITH LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. CUSTOMERS' OWN PLANS QUOTED FOR. PLEASE CALL IN OR WRITE US. ,

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AMÜSEMENTS.

QRITERION THHATR

Leaee .7.7"FRANK MUSGROVE.

The Brilliant Japanese Musical Comedy, In 3 Acts,

THE GRAY KIMONA, THE GRAY KIMONA. THE GRAY KIMONA.

Book by D. 11. Souter, Musie by F. Wynne-Jone». Miss AMY MURPHY as Klssl-Me.

Miss PRESSY PRESTON as Comet Bright

Ml« RUBY GUEST at O'llow Do.

Miss.KATHLEEN WALKER a« Ickle Un.

Mis« MABEL SLOÜCK as Rosie Budd, -

Miss NELLIE I1L VCK as Dalt}' Ditter.

Miss LILY COMYN as Amy Peach.

Miss LOUISE GOLDEN as Mrs. Stubbs. Mr. R. B. ORCHARD as O'Haro,

Mr. H. HINDS a« Damlo.

Mr. W. GIBB« as Kum So.

Mr. A. WOODS as Go-Too,

Mr. S. GORDON as Allan Love,

Mr. ALBERT at Hablchichl.

Mr. GR1MLEY a« Ellphalet Stubbs.

THE HAREM GIRLS.

Full Operatic Chora« of 100 voices »nd augmented

Orchestra,

Dances arranged by Mrs. Fred. England.

Costumes by Miss Harrie Bttham.

PRICES. 5/. 3/. 2/. 1/.

Day Sale« »t the White Rose. Stalls, S/; Gallery (Early Doorrt, 2/.

BOX PLAN at ELVV'S.___ rVTHO KILLED PHILIP LÓNÜf > 1_There wa» a Woman In the Case. _

Q R I T E R TO N T*H BATT Ê.

THE DRAMATIC EVENT OF TTiE YEAR,

IN THE TRESENOE OF THEIR EXCELLENCIES THE

GOVERNOR-GENERAL AND THE COUNTESS OF

DUDLEY.

For the Flirt Time in Austral!», ? CLARKE AND MEYNELL'S

GREAT DRAMATIC PRODUCTION, In conjunction with GEORGE WILLOUGHBY,

THI5 WOMAN IN THE CASE, THE WOMAN IN TITE CASE, THE WOMAN IN THE CASE,

in Three Act« and a Quarter,

By CLYDE FITCH.

THE MOST SENSATIONAL DRAMA OF MODERN

' TIMES.

THE WOMAN IN THE CASE

I« an UnuTO«! Play-Fascinating, Compelling, »nd Full of that Subtle Power we call "Grip." It hold« you,

THE WOMAN IN THE CASK. REAL LIFE ON THE STAUE.

Slid the London "Evening Slandtrd."

*It held the »udlcnec breathles« till the cre«t Third Act-and the fierce »nd furloi» climax of the pity It reached. It is thrilling and tremendom, »nd of II« Cower there is no doubt. The pnssion* «re unrrstr«lned,

ut H i» re«l «nd dramatic, »nrf its effect wat remark- able. Thrrevwa« no one in that crest audience that wat not held tente and eager by the power and passion

of It »11."

A Strong Company will include two Notable Actresses,

who appeared in the I'ngll'h Production,

MABEL TREVOR

MADEL TREiOR ,

«nd

ELINOR FOSTER. ELINOR FOSTER.

BOX PLAN OPEN AT ELWS.

rrice«: Retervtd Stall«, Booking 67, »t door 5/; D.C., Booking and at Theatre, 6/; Stills, S/; Gallery, 1/X Early Door, 1/ txtr»._ HOTEL STEYNE, MANLY.-Excellent Lunch and

Dinner. Dully and Sunday«, ¿-mile to Golf Link«.

ELPHI THEATRE.

BOX, PLAN ARRANGEMENTS FOR ' OPENING.

THE BOX PLAN FOR THE OPENING OF THE ADELPHI THEATRE IS NOW AVAILABLE AT ELVY'S AND AT THE ADELPHI THEATRE OFFICE dally from

AD

RESERVED SEATS FOR OPENING, WEDNESDAY

NEXT, J/. _

^DELPHI THEATRE

Sole Direction and Management,

GEORGE MARLOW, LTD.

GRAND OPENING PRODUCTION,

-WEDNESDAY NEXT, APRIL 6.

With the Sensational Domettle Drama, which rnn for

over 000 Night« in London and 8U Week» in Melbourne to enormoii« business,

THE BAD GIRL OF THE FAMILY. THE BAD GIRL OF THE FAMILY.

The Thrilling Bedroom Dram»,

ts to Brilliantly Interpreted by the

OEORGE MARLOW DRAMATIC ORGANISATION

OF TALENTED AND POPULAR ARTISTS.

This Rrmarkabl*. Dram« has been witnessed by ROYALTY', VTCE-ROYALTY, the NOnn.m*, «nd the PEOPLE in Thousands Everywhere it hu been ? Shown. ?DIJOU THEATRE.

LAST WEEKS OF

THE BEAUTIFUL BIJOU PICTURES.

TO-NIGHT. THE

TO-NIGHT. BEST PROGRAMME TO-NIGUT. INi TOWN.

COME ALOSO TO-NIGHT AND SEE

ALL THE LATEST ASD UREATEST ATTRACTIONS.

(Id, Is, Is Cd. Dijou Popular Price», Cd. Is, 1« C1.

AMERIOAN PICTURE PALACE, LTD..

303 PITT-STREET. 303.

Direction WALTER BROWN.

WE ARE THE ABSOLUTE LEADERS,

Our programme, consisting of Uie very latest Anlmitrd Pictures, combined wlih Illustrated Songs by the very best talent, Is rccogniicd now as the most up-to.date entertainment in the city. i

. We cater all d*y for Ladira and Children, and we guarantee you the most enjoyable programme in Sydn combined with civility and comfort,

Tho«e who have not yet seen onr Mammoth Enter- tainment »re cordially Invited to do to. We «re quite .stisfled we will see you »gain.

_POPULAR PRICE, 3d: Circle. 3d Extra._

THE ROYAL nAWAHANS,

Musical Entertainers of Unusual Pt I nu ness._

THE ROYAL HAWAnANS,

Open__Y.M.C.A. Concert Hall, Saturday. 8th._ T WAIT FOR THEE, £50 PRIZE COMPETITION.

BAM", ILL BROS rrsUneilllc-\erandah, Hearth.

Wall HU« Sanitary Wire Drain I'ipts,_

1710R Wli'tvtOHUS go to rutwayi Great Store

J. <'*"*<'? 51< l"1'"" G IM)_

"IT-OR Sale 160 000 full tl¿o Sandstock Bricks 13s per J linn cltuncd G orgt uni ( ros\enor sts n B ige st IÎYOR Sale o Shop fronts 27ft can be seen In post

. tlon 1013 Oiorgest West_ 1JI UrCl ASS SHOP 1 HOST about soft frontage

. mit ileíble or » single 400ft P1AT1-CL\SS 2 pairs 61 A^S DOORS best CTDAR YYOBh perfect

¿"0 M\M\SI)_\BC_Pitt street ____I

SI ATI S Penhryn Bangor Furcka Green rrerch i

Blut I) um tourne l8 x 0 x 41

Dealers in Air Driel s I ouvres etc

Lstiniat« for Slating Hung and Shingling

KIRK and DICMNSOS

_27 Fltt street Redfern

II jour children are delicate feed Uiem on Munn«

Maliens It works wonder« I

AMUSEMENTS.

TnB LYCEUM.

IMPORTANT MANAGERIAL ANNOUNCEMENT.

MR. SPENCER DESIRES TO EMPHASISE

the Intimation made elsewhere to the effect that he i« now showing two entirely new and distinct programme« each week, the change being made on Mondays and Thursdays, so that patrons of the I.ycfum may see practically every new picture that come» to Sydney, This departure means, of course, a very heavy added expense: but Mr. Spencer believes It will meet the approval of all picture lovers, and is content accord-

ingly.

^ H E LYCEUM.

"The liome of Pictures."

SOLE DIRECTION .... C. SPENOER.

EVEN1NCS AT 8i MATINEES. Wed. and Sat,, 2.S0.

TOE PEOPLE'S FAVOURITES. ?

. SPENCER'S TIIEATRFSCOPE CO.

SrENOER'S TIIEATRFSCOPE CO. SPENCER'S THEATRESCOPE CO.

WILL BE OF ABSORBING INTEREST. YY1LL BE OF ABSORBING INTEREST,

and every one of us will hope that either

the race Is already won, the coveted honours already

Secured, for

SPENCER, SYDNEY*, AUSTRALIA, SPENCER, SYDNEY', AUSTRALIA SPENCER, SY'DNEY, AUSTRALIA, REIGNS AS UNCONTESTED KING. REIGNS AS UNCONTESTED KINO. REIGNS AS UNCONTESTED KING.

OUR NEW PROGRAMME, TO-NMHT. OUR NEW* PROGRAMME, TO-NICIIT. OUR NEW' PROGRAMME, TO-NIOHT.

FRANCESCA DI RIMINI.

A «tory of Italy In the 18th Century, marked by superb dressing and faithful acting. The conclusion I« one of the most dramatic finales ever pourtrayed by tho Cinematograph.

THE ITALIAN BARBER.

Another Italian »lory, but in the 20th Century, proving that love laugh« at time as well as locksmith».

THE PASHA'S DAUGHTER.

A most exciting and sensational travel «tory, in a n*Mt gorgeous setting, and full of unexpected situitlons. ima magnificent Thanhauser production i«

THE FILM OF THE YVEEK,

and can be seen

ONLY AT THE LYCEUM. ONLY AT THE LYCEUM. ONLY AT THE LYCEUM.

, i^'î?.".'? W Industrial Film. "From Forest to Fire- side. "Matilda Lovcitruck." "Lovely Devon," "Tender foot Messenger," "Long Legs in a Hurry," "Billy'« Bugle," etc., etc, etc.» '

PitICES-1/a, 1/, od. PLAN PALLNO'S.

DOORS OPEN 7.15. OY'ERTURB 8.

.RATIONAL . AMPHITHEATRE.

Sole Proprietor«, BRENNAN'S AMPHITHEATRES, Ltd. Governing Director . Mr. JAMES BRENNAN.

, EY'ERY EVENING.

Matinee«, Wedne»day», Saturdays, «nd Holiday«.

BUENNAN'S Y'AUDEY'ILLE

ENTERTAINERS. . o

The Agile Three, TOTTER HARTWELL TRIO,

ntroduclng POTTER HARTWELL TRIO. ,_, «>. original POTTER HARTWELL TRIO. ! ^îi. "Il" ,Two "««»." POTTER HARTWELL TlilO. « i? Mo''1 Minellou» POTTER HARTWELL TRIO. ISrTt.?' Aï*. SL,-,h,î Aee- POTTER HABTYVELL TRIO.

S."nÄ. *T-*¿««'» ITA-MLÄ °-~*""*

NAT CLIFFORD.

-*. " , NAT CLIFFORD.

Genuine NAT CLIFFORD. «T-x-*. »!.._Comedian. NAT CLIFFORD. EKS5Ï ?AM ni'T0}f- »y arrangement with ILNNY SAM ELTON, J. C. Willi.mson, Ltd.

EHSSi !A?} ELT°-V' "TI"* MAN WHO HADB 1-UNNY SAM ELTON, THE SHAH LAUGH."

In an entirely WILSON and HELLMRICH. New Sketch, "Posted YV1I.SON «nil HI'LLUuiCIL

Missing," WILSON and llr.L'.MRICIl. Representation of Four Distinct Rnlcs hy CARDEN

YV1LSON, AUSTRALIA'S GREATEST CHARACTER " , IMPERSONATOR.

Smith Sister«, Bert Warne. Leslie Shipp, Maudie Stewart, Harry Hart, Ward Lear, Goldie Collins, Chía. Howard, Joe Rox, Gertie Johns, Nellie Maher. NEW MOY1NO PICTURES by the GREAT BIORAMA.

PRICES: STALLS. 2/ 1/6, 1/; GALLERY, 6d.

SATURDAY NIGHT: Stall», 2/. 1/6; Gallery, 1/.

AMATEUR TRIAL NIGHTS. EVERY FRIDAY* EVENING.

Aspiring Y'stidcUlle Artiste« call on Manager.

(TUIB Mystery of a Hansom Cab.-.So stronger Drama ¡ J. has «»cr been witne-s-d. WEST'S. SATURDAY. SirpiIB ROYAL" HAWAn.ANS, I

j -*- ^Musirían», Singers, Dancers.

T. MARGARET'S HOSPITAL "FOR WOMEN, ttottrkc

stroft. Surry lltlls,-The Dutch Garden I'ete is now booming. Grand Ma'pole Display Tilla Afternoon, at 3, on the grounds, hy Children of St. Francis', Albion-street, winners of champion prlie. Everything bright anti attractive. Open from 8 til! 10 To-Day, and Saturday. Adult«, ed._ TVfUSICIANS' UNION.-Nomination» Clo«c To-dsy for -"J- annual election of officers. A. O'Brien, »ecretary_. BANDSMEN wanted for flrst-clss« b,mdT good engage

."<?..!«. Applv Euph., Herald Office.

RATING.-Do you know the Elite Skating Rink,

Kings!. Ntwn.. I» open 3 tesns. dally. Come. THE ROVAL HAWAn.ANS,

A Fountain of Melody, tile Soul of Harmony.

HOUSES AND LAND FOE SALE. TfREE INSPECTION,

Train leave« Central Railway Station at 2.10 for PENSHURST. The Beautiful OARDENLAND ESTATE, Municipality of Hurstville. Large Blocks, 100 x 325, of rich black soil, very suitable for Fruit and Flower Culture. Price» from £30 each. Deposit fil, three monthly payment« of £1 each, no lnrtalmenta for two years, then five years' credit. Interest, only 4 per

cent.

Come out ond view the cosy horne« adjoining this charming Estate. A nioposal fir the extenstin of the tram from Berley to tap this Estate I» now Before the Minister for Work«. Inspection Invited. Kindly book your appointment« with the Auctioneer, i

ERNEST C. V. BROUGHTON,

US PITT-STREET.

Open Mondays till 0 p.m.

C>MPS1E. only a tew lots left, 3 minute« from «ta-

llon, splendid level BUILDING SITES, 40 I 182, 12» M (cot, £1 deposit, 10a monthly. Torren« Title. Ko better Investment offering. Plans.

ERNEST C. V. nitOUGHTON,

US Pitt-street.

rVülFGOÖD VALUE ttOMES

^ COMMAND READY SALES.

They «re

SUBSTANTIALLY BUILT, COMPACT, COMFORTABLE,

and more than worth the money.

ALT-STREET. WAVERLEY*, handy to Bondi Junction,

D.F. BRICK COTTAGE, nice design, very comfortable, hall, 5 room», kitchen, pantry, laundry, bathroom, tued verandah at front, verandah at rear, tiled roof, «mple land. Torren». £030.

Small Deposit. Balance »s Rent.

INTERCOLONIAL INVESTMENT CO., LTD.,

WATER FRONTAGE to the LANE COVE RIVER.

WUh to realise at once-Block, 03 x 200, com- mands magnlncent view, ond lu« deepwater frontage. Close to boat. _ ,

YV. II. STILLMAN, Ea«tern-»v., Kevington.

T~ YVO new Detached Brick Cottage«, 4 good rooms and

kit., eti., buguy entrance, one let at 21», will sell the pair «t £1100. or uno at P5-Y0, terinr If renulrrd

SOUTH KENSINGTON.-l'rcttv New Dot. Brick COT-

TAGE, atrractlvelv nnlshfd throtnjheitt, and con- taining S fine large room«, kit., etc.. convenient to tram and dole to '!d section. PRICE, ONLY £.1S5.

Al»o D.F. YV.B. fOYTAGK, "lose to tram, «nd con- taining 4 big room«, kit., etc. Lan I 70 x HO. Ex ceptlonallv well fMrhed throughout. pniOE £400.

YV. II. «TH.l.MvN. Leave Long Riy Tram »t

Cllcnl» driven to Inspect._Todm«n-avenue.

SOUTH KENSINGTON.-Land, close to tram, Tom 15a

ner '»"I. ?ood, level, and trrasved. Anv terms. II eTILMf iv, Tidnian-nveiui". Kensington.

QUARTER-ACRES, "£ 5/10/.

We have for Sale Lots of over a Quarter of an Acre evch. liimrtv to Cnhrsinntta Station, at £"? 10«. Terms, 2s fld d'nwn, »nd ?s ed mnnthlv. Th«-e Lots »re in a prncrf««lve dl'trlct, »re barraln» at (lils price, and r*c<-llent inve'tmrnt» fir your «av- ine«. Torrens Title. YVrlto to our Dopt. H. for plan.

ARTHUR RICHARD and CO., Ltd.,

84B Pitt-street, Auctioneers «nd Realty Specialist«. r*ONöl'lCUOUS VALUE.

yj WORTH IMMEDIATE ATTENTION.

CARLTOS.-Excellent Site, close Station.-New D.F.

Detached Brick COT I AGE, very neat design, well finished hall, 4 room», kitchen, laundry, bath, pan tri, tiled vcranilab. land tuft x 150ft.

lORRhNS. O.SLV £450.

EASY TERMS OVER EXTENDED PERIOD.

INTERCOLONIAL INVESTMENT CO., LTD.,

14 Moore-street, City.

_ _ W. .1. DOUGLAS, Manager.

K~ ESSINGTON.-New" Détache J VILLA, 1 ltiinT two

tram», 2d «vet., li minutes iity, 3 large room;,, 1 ull conveniences, best finish throughout. Price, ' £825. TERMS. I

? WOODS and BROOK, Ejstcm-avenue.

'Plinne, 4f.'l Rvvk._,_I; KENSINGTON'.-New D.F. Brick Villa, large block '.

lund, s.lkv entrame, 4 roomy rooms, kit., e' £725. Cheapest place In dlbtrict.

1 erins arr.mgt'd.

WOODS and BROOK, Easicm-ivcnti

C-s RANVILLE.-For Sale or Uxchango for Property in

T Dirllnehiirsl, fllorl; of Land, 1'uik ami Ijickev »Is, alii. FOU front. Stanley, Sedgwick. 231 Wm. st. Pitar.

I' EICIIHARDT.-New" Shop.' busy locality, £450, a1

J hirriflce. Thompson. 143 Vickrry's-ch., 82 Pltt-«t.

miiN POUND LOTS, near the Station, only 10s month. I -»?_"?. J'i_i'j!ÎKÎ1'J5!0£jYîf-_? ITvOR Sale, Boot Manufacturer's Br. Warehouse, 10,000

? ft Or. space. Goodwin. 151 Cashel-st, Church, N.Z.

!N

space.

"SYDNEY.-Cood Building Site, on > 121 and 142,

freehold. Thomas, Agt" 122 Miller-st.

AMUSEMENTS.

ITIH

E BEAUTIFUL NEW

LYRIO THEATRE.

'Direction J. D. WILLIAMS.

GE0RGE-6TREET, OPPOSITE RAWSON-PLACE.

FOR THE PRODUCTION OF PHOTO-PLAYS.

TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT.

GRAND OPENING. J

ARE YOU GOING?

EVERYBODY WILL BE THERE.

Doon Open at «.SO p.m. Photo-Pliy« commence at

8 p.m. sharp.

A Modern Enterprise, catering for the

Public at English «nd American

Prices ol Admission.

WHY YOU SHOULD SUPPORT IT.

BECAUSE it bit given Austr.ll» the Flnett Photo-

play Theatre In the World, perfect in It» appoint-

ments, and absolutely Arc-proof. " I BECAUSE It hai reduced the charges ni admission to

thlt popular ttylc ol entertainment by over 60 per cent. Out-of-date concerns, charging extor- tionate prices, and forcing the public to «it on cuiliionlcss seat«, must go, . . , BECAUSE It introduced and promoted the Oontlnuou«

Show System In Australia, where you can alwav» sec a performance going on from 11 a.m. to 11

p.m. '

BECAUSE we never raise the Prices.

BECAUSE It cater« specially for Ladle« «nd Children,

supplying every modern comfort and convenience, such on Ladies' Retiring Rooms, Lady micnuanU,

de.

BECAUSE it promotes a style of entertainment In-

teresting, amusing, and educational. ,

BECAUSE it permita ils to have representative« all over

the world. Inspecting, choosing, and purchaiing the world'» best and lateit for Australian »uuicncrs. BECAUSE our Programmes are Changed Twice Weekly

-Mondtya and Thursday»-being the same day« the

English mail arrives

BECAUSE you never see the «ame thing twice.

BECAUSE our motto hu been, and will be, "NotWng

too good for Australia."

WE ARE COMPETITORS1 IN THE RACE FOR PUBLIC

FAVOUR.

PEOPLE.* ATTENTION,

PLEASE,

COMPARE THIS AND ALL OUR PROGRAMMES

WITH OTHERS

CHARGING OUT-OF-DATE PRICES OF ADMISSION.

GRAND OPENING PROGRAMME.

EVERY ITEM A PERFORMANCE LN ITSELF.

"TRUE TO HIS TRUST"

(One of the Greatest llommtio Drama« ever produced

by the Famous Kalem Co.).

"THE RANCHMAN'S PERSONAL" (A Western Ranch Life Comedy-Drun«, by the

Famous Bison Co.).

"LATEST IN GARTERS"

(A Farce Comedy' that is » Scream from Start to

Finish, by the Ettanay Co.).

"OLD NORRIS' GAL"

(A Drama Token from Life, Rich tn Detail;

by Melles Co.).

"SHOOTING THE RAPIDS IN JAPAN"

(P«thes Coloured Scenic).

"A GAME WITH FAME"

(One of the Most Sensational Melodrama« ever Shown,

by the Famous Kalem Co.).

"PATHES HOME GAZETTK"

(Tlie New» of tile World Illustrated).

ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME

TWICE WEEKLY.

MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS.

All Tathe Frere« Celebrated Coloured Scenic Produc-1 lions will be «bown first at the Colonial and Lyric. Theatres. j

Our «im Is to amuse and educate, not demoralise, Trying to make Heroc» out of Murderer«, we don't consider tpecially elevating, so we will not show any Australian Bushranglng Pictures at the Lyric or Co-

lonial Theatre

MODERN ENTERPRISE PRICES:

STALLS, 3d. CIRCLE, 6d. STALLS. 3d. CIRCLE, «d. STALLS. Sd. / CIRCLE, ed. STALLS, 3d. CIRCLE, 6d. STALLS, Sd. CIRCLE, Od.

(COLONIAL THEATRE, LTD. VJ Direction . J. D. WILLIAMS.

PERFECTION IN PHOTO-PLAYS.

SEE IT FIRST A.T THE COLONIAL.

NEW PROGRAMME FOR TO-DAY: "THE ROMANCE OF HEFTY BURKE". (A Sensational New Romantic Drama).

"DRUMSTICKS"

(Splendid New Melodrami).

HELP WANTED

(New A.B. Comedy Dram»).

"OVERTIO" .

(A Fine New Scenic Study).

NEW LAUGHS FOR TO-DAY:- I

"BAPTISTE BITTEN."

"TONTOLINI'S HOBBY." ! CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCES. 11 A.M. to 11 P.M. LADIES »nd CHILDREN'S SPECIAL MORNING »nd

AFTERNOON MATINEES.

? _ STALLS. 3d. CIRCLE, «d._,

THE ROYAL HAWAHANS,

An Entertainment of IIeart-be«t3 and Pleasures.

HOUSES AND LAND FOR SALE.

CHOW'S NEST, rlosc tram.-Mee Modern cul TAGE,

hardwood, W.U. on brick, tiled roof, S rooms, kit. and laun., gas «nd uwer, lana S3 x 120, Torrens, £300.

A. L. HINTON, 78 Pitt-street.

BONDI-WAVÈRLEY, cW 2 Trams afuTParks.-Der.

Brick llOUSr:, 4 large rooms, kit., laun., work- room, glared bale, and verandah: land 20 ,x 134: worth £0 IPs foot; Torren«._HINTON', 70 Pitt-attect. I

muRRACE INVESTMENTS.-! have «vera! choice X ones. A. L. Hinton. 70 Pltt-st - I BfcLGRAVlA, Rose l»jy.-several Nice Blockt, Irom

£1 per foot, on terms. Hinton. 76 Pitt-st. | . A KTARMO.W-Cottage, 5 rmt., kit,, «table, etc., Id. | -Ci- loo x ISO, £700 cash. HEATH and CO., Military

road, Mosman. Tel., 640 Motroan.

?\T. SYDNEY.-Lady «ill wundee her lovely Cottage X\ for £S50, ti rooms, kitchen, etc, nile grounds.,

Sole Agents, HEATH and CO.,

Tel.. 010 Mot._Military-road, Mosman. ' MOSMAN.-Cottage, 5 nut., kitchen, btabie, etc.,

handy to ti am, £430 Tor quick sale. HEATH and CO., Mllltary-rd. Mosman. Tel.. 610 Mosman._

.M1_

rrUÑTER'S HILL

*- Here I« a magnificent home site, the like of which

would he hard to find. It has a depth of S7u(t, and an absolute frontage of 80ft to the deep watert of Tarban Creek, within a minute of the ferry whait. The price is OOi a foot. Another 60ft froniage, right at the ferry, 152ft drep, is priced at iii a foot. Temi«, £5 down, balance spread over 5 ¿ears. Font to Dept. 11 for marked plan.

ARTHUR RICKAHD and CO., Ltd.,

S4n Pitt-street, Auctioneers and Realty Specialist«.

FOR SALE, well-built NI W nETACUKD COTTAGES,

hiick, slate root, s good rooms, sliding doors, hall, bathroom, kitchen, laundry, garden, good yard, srlccl position, and handy to tram and park, Torrens Title. Price, £050. Easy Terms. £50 drposlt, balance as rent

WALTER RUSH and CO., Auctioneers,

_2 Queen-street. Woollahra.

P"ADDINGTON!-Brick SHOP and 13 Houses, rAts

£508, rates £3o, price xenon.

_J. n, TWI.rH "nd WMTOV. S2 Pltt-st.

"\TEWTOWN.-fl well-built Uiii-k (.OITAGES, rent« JN (under lot) £173, price £17.10.

_J. B. TAVLER and _W U/TON'JS: Pitt-st.

I7INMORE.-A Snap."^3 Brick COTTAGES, "rents £7S,

li increase to £03. £320.

_ J. B. TWLER and WILTON. 82 Pltt-tt.

AUBURN.-Splendid Buildlm; ALLOTMENT. In good

position, cltv water and gas, 10 x 140 ft, Torrens. £1 per ft. ROnFRT W. J. IHRLEY. Estate Agent, Auburn : and at 2'1 Crttlcrrash «t. nr. Hunt« r-<t. city. AUBURN'.-A New COTTAGE, 3 rooms, kitchen,

washhouse, handv to station, £25n, small deposit, b.il.ince as rftt. ROPFPT W. .1. HARLEY, upn. »Utiii.. Auburn; and at 2B Pustlcrcnph-st, nr. Iluntrr-t.t, city. MARRICKVILLE, right «t Post-nnVe. Tram «nd

Train.-Four New Brick COTTAGES, 3 and I nn«., price £850 to £450. J. BUNDOCK, Argjle, Calvert «treet, Marrlckulle._ LAWSON.-Good Land for Sale, cheap to close ac

counts. 2J acres for £25, terms 12 mo., 5 pel cent, int., or 10 per cent. di«, for cash: alao larger Block«. W, LOWDEN. Estate Agent, Lawson.

1ÍI01I SALE, 2 SHOPS. " Dwelling«,'" «.¡tiling, good

' iltle Torrens, main rd., tram »top, rents 20s id wit., bargain, £700; land 40 hy 120. Apply person- ally, Oakwood Cottage, Railway-parade, Sydenham. ?VTORTH AMERICAN INVESTMENTS.

Xi Business Property, nwying a and 10 per cent. Tract« of land adjoining, growing city of lSl.Ooo in- habitant«; strictest inveslieation; hank reference,

FRANK GILMORE,

_Columbi». Ohio, U.S.A. i CJ'I'ANMOIIE-M'KVILLE.-bOft to Weiuyh-sl, 150 dqltiT,

Ith W.n. Coll., flinn. MrnkciK, Ma tirorgest. KNSINGTON, 2d sce.~2 New" Oct. "llr. t'i7tt»K'r>, illOjjrluir.. £110X1. £<00 cash. Slinw. 117 I'm «t. ACTS" NEVER Wh.Ml OUT.-£:«u guâfaVitrn!, £3300: £1300 cash ret £2Jv p.«. Shaw, 117 rillst.

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