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¡JJACLNG PHILOSOPHY.

When you go out a-rscing, . Your cash on fancies placing,

Dont forget 6ome gec-gccs run

Worscr than they should have done.

t^N^sûT*0000 IS BETrER- **>

ROBERTS' WHISKY IS BEST, '.' AND CHEAPEST AT T&AT.

THE PEOPLE'S .WHISKY.

IIOBERTS' SPECIAL OLD SCOTOT. Imp. Qts., 5/.

552.*«*^,s<°», .Imp- Pmts 2/0- Lafee Plaski 2>!

Small Flasks 1/. "

"_ Sold Only at

ROBERTS' WINE AND SPIRIT STORES.' MARKET-STREET. NEXT GEORGE-STREET.

_,"" ROBERTS' PRICE LIST. » CELEBRATED WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS, 2/4, 4/0.

NETHERLANDS Famous Square Schnapps 4/4, 2/2. BROWN'S FAMOUS 4-CROWN WHISKY, 4/.

FROMY'S MEDICAL RESERVE BRANDY, G/ and 3/8.

JOHN JAMIKSON'S 10-year-old DUBLIN WHISKY. 7/. PRY MONOPLE CHAMPAGNE. 5/8, 11/. ' MOET and CHANDON'S CHAMPAGNE, 5/6, 11/. POMMKRY Cll\MP\f!NE, 5/6. 11/.

BINET'S CHAMPAGNE (dry, Elite, 1900), 5/6 11/. DELBKCK'S CHAMPAGNE, 5/0, 11/. '' '

PENFOLD'S FAMOUS PORTS. 2/, 2/6, 3/ per bot TOOHKY'S RTANIUHD PALE ALE. Od. TOOnEY'S NOURISHING STOUT, 6d.

ROBERTS' VERY FINEST OLD SCOTCH, 6/. ROBERTS' EXTRA SPECIAL WHISKY. 5/. ROBERTS' THREE-STAR WHISKY. 4/0. ROBERTS' FINE OLD GLENLIVET, 4/. 1ÎOBERTS' SPECI \L OLD SCOTCH, 3/0. SHAMROCK WHISKY, Imp. Quarts, 4/6. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PORT? 2/6.

HUNTER RIVER PORT, 2/G.

P\LK JAMAICA RUM. 3/, 4/, 6/.

ROBERTS' THREE-STAR W.I. BUM, 2/6, ii, St.

AUSTRALIAN PORT, 1,0.

N.S.W CLARET, 1/; Small Bottles, Od, 4d. FINK OLD PALE BRANDY. 4/.

FOREIGN PORTS AND SHERRIES, 2/6, S/6.

ROBERTS' WINE .AND SPIRIT STORES,

MARKET-STREET. NEXT GEORGE-STREET.

G0VEHNMENT .$£$& RAILWAYS.

K

AIL AND RIVER EXCURSIONS.

TO THE NEPEAN RPVER, PENRITH.

Trains will leave Sydney for Penrith TO-MORROW (Saturday), at 8.27 a.m. and 1.25 p.m.

Rfctum fares from Sydney (including Rall, Coach, and 6te«mcr), 0s 5d First-class, and 4s Second-class.

TO THE HAWKESBURY RIVER.

WEDNESDAY'S-WISEMAN'S FERRY TRIP.

Trains leave Sydney at 9.5 a.m., and Milson'» Point

it 8.50 a.m.

Return Fare (including trip on steamer to Wiseman'i Ferry), First-class 9s Od, Second-class 7s 6d

FRIDATS-nAWKESBüTtY RIVER TRIP.

Train leaves Sydney at 9.5 a-m., and Milson'» rolnt

at S.50 a.rru

Return Fa» (including trip on steam«), First-class

fe. Second-class 4s.

SATURDAYS.

ROUND TRIPS-SYDNEY-HAWKESBURY-WINDSOR.

Trains will leave Sydney for the Hawkesbury at D.5 a-m. and Milson's Point at S.50 a.m., passenger» reach- ing Windsor in time to join the 8.13 p.m. train, due

Sydney at 9.3S p.m.

Passengers will also be booked in the reverse direc- tion by train leaving Sydney for Windsor at 1.33 p.m.

on Saturdays, proceed by steamer to Wiseman's Ferry, »tay over, and join afternoon train from Hawkesbury to Sydney on Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, or Thursday,

within a week.

Return Fare, First-class 11s Od, Second-clasa 0s 6d.

Light refreshments obtainable on steamer.

Tickets for the above trips to the Hawkesbury River may be obtained at Sydney, Parramatta, Hornsby, Mil- ton's Point and intermediate stations.

For full particulars see handbills, obtainable from

Etationmastecs.

(tt-299) By order.

AMUSEMENTS.

¡E

M PIRE THEATRE.

- OXFORD-STREET. HYDE PARK.

Bole Lessee. A. R. Shepard.

TO-NIGHT, AT 8.

GREAT HOLIDaTpROGRAMME.

TO-NIGHT. . An Entirely TO-NIGHT, New ' Serie» of

THE WORLD'S LATEST PICTURES.

N

JORTH S'-DNEY COLISEUM.

RIDGE AND MILLER STREETS.

Direction, North Sydney Coliseum, Ltd.

ROLLER-SKATING SEASON, 1911. ROLLER-SKATING SEASON, 1911. ROLLER-SKATING SEASON, 191L

The Management are highly gratified at the Bril llsnt Success of the Opening Night The spacious rink; was crowded to its utmost capacity with Skaters and Onlookers. Tile scene was a memorable one for North Bydncyite».

NOlliELESS FLOOr..

HANDSOME DECORATIONS,

FULL MILITARY BAND, PERFECT VENTILATION.

three sr:r:oNS daily,

Admission, 6d; Skates or Floorage, 1/.

IA*

IOAN PICTURE PALACE.

803 Pitt-street 303,

Direction. Walter Brown.

STILL WE LEAD.

ONLY TOE ABSOLUTE BEST CAN BE SEEN HERE.

We nro now recognised as the Absolute Leaders in Animated Pictures, and the Management afllmi Uiat they are too busy in catering (or our numerous patrons to feel LONELY, as others do.

' NEW PICTURES direct from the Continent, com- bined with Latest Illustrated Songs, again To-day.

Our DAY SESSIONS are still adapted 'for LADIES and CHILDREN, and aro the talk of Sydney.

POPULAR PRIOR, 3d; CHICLE. 3d EXTRA.

M'

ASTER JACK HKNDLKY, the beautiful Boy So praiio, sings Gchde's Concert, next Sunday Aftn, SOUSA.-"As the drama vivifies and condenses a story

into an easily-assimilated tabloid of time, bo Wag- ner*» works are the works for the missionary."

rpO-MORROW, TO-MORROW.

AT Í.89.

HAMMOND, THE FLYING MAH.,

ASCOT RACECOURSE.

THE BRISTOL BIPLANE.

Proprietor«: The British and Colonial Aeroplano

Company, Bristol, England (Sydney E. Smith,

mauger).

TO-MORROW, TO-MORROW.

GRAND STAND, 6/-, LEGER, 2/6.

GATES OPEN AT 3 O'CLOCK.

SPECIAL BOTANY TRAMS along Elizabeth-street, and from Railway-square, direct to Gates of Flying Ground, returning at short intervals.

Management, J. AND N. TAIT.

SOÛSA.-"Inspired music is based upon natural laws,

and finds an echo in the heart of the universal Morid."_

FASHIONABLE DANCING.

Miss SCOTT'S CLASSES. CITY CLASSES

CHRIST CHURCH-nALL,

Opposite Railway, near Marcus Clark'«. Ltd.

I'RIDAY EVENING.

MANCHESTER UNITY HALL, Elizabeth-street

FRIDAY AFTERNOON.

PETERSHAM TOWN HALL

MONDAY and WEDNESDAY EVENINGS. SATURDAY MORNING.

INTERVIEWS at any time by appointment or at

MANCHESTER UNITY HALL,

MONDAYS AND WEDNESDAYS, 12 till 2 o'clock.

iOUSA.-"A man before the pumio, whether ho bo 5 actor, writer, musician, or minister, I» not ad-

mired, for wjist he is, but for what ho d*ee."

AMUSEMENTS.

J. O. WILLIAMSON'S ATTRACTIONS.

HER MAJESTY'S, THIS EVENING, AT 7.46.

MATINEE, TO-MORROW, AT 1.4*5. i

MATINEE, TO-MORROW, AT L45. .

Pantomime,

JACK AND THE BEANSTALK.

"STUPENDOUS."

Box Plans at Paling'» till 5 p.m.

THEATRE ROYAL. EVERY EVENING AT 7.45.

MATINEE EVERY WEDNESDAY.

THE ROYAL COMIO OPERA COMPANY,

In the Brilliantly Succtnful

Musical Comedy,

OUR MISS GIBBS. "WELL IN THE BOOM." Box Plans at Paling*» till S p.m.

J. 0. WILLIAMSON, Ltd.

Q.RAND FAREWELL

TESTIMONIAL MATINEE,

TO BE TENDERED BY MESSRS. J. O. WILLIAMSON',

Ltd.,

GERARD COVENTRY, ESQ.

nKR MAJESTY-S

HER MAJESTY'S TUESDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 2.

UNIQUE PROGRAMME,

which will be'associated the leading artist» of all the theatrical companies at present In Sydnej-.

Principals, Chorus, and Ballet of Mr. J. 0. William Bon s Pantomime Company, in Brilliant Scene» from

"JACK AND THE BEANSTALK."

The Faiountcs of the Royal Comic Opera Company, in Leading Feature» from

"OUR MISS GIBBS."

Third Act from the Powerful Drama,

"THE WOMAN IN THE CASE."

(By kind permission of Messrs. Clarke and Meyacll

Ptj'., Ltd., anu George Willoughby, Esq.)

Tlie Incomparable Conjurer and Card Manipulator,

LEIPZIG

(By kind permission of Harry Rickards, Esq.). The Musical Two,

HARLAND and ROLLISON

(By, Kind Permission Brennan'» Amphitheatre», Ltd.). Scene from Sensational Bedroom Drama,

"THE BAD GIRL OF THE FAMILY"

(By Kind Permission of Messrs. George Marlow, Ltd.).

England's Leading Comedian,

BERT GILBERT. Two Returned Favourites,

MARELLE MORGAN, WILLUM LE BRUN. And Many Other Interesting Attractions. I TRICES AS USUAL.

BOX PLAN at PALING'S. NEXT TUESDAY, at 9.30. DANCING.

PERFECT WALTZING, THE TWO-STEP, ETC. .

MR. AND MRS. ROBERTS, .

(Members of the British Association of Teachers of

Dancing, LONDON),

RECEIVE PUPILS Morning, Afternoon, and Evening. STRICTLY PRIVATE LEaSONS (special advantages). SUPERIOR CLASSES AVAILABLE FORx BEGINNERS.

OnmrnnHtnits nnrf r*.ntrnlK-.s[t,i"t,«,l t llnnmt

CJT. JAMES' LARGE HALL-Mr. and Mr«. ROBERTS' C5 Special Clara for ADULT BEGINNERS, Wednesday

Afternoon, at 3.80. Also EVERY' Monday and Wcdnes day Evening, at 8. AH particular». 160 Phillip-street.

.TACK AND THE BEANSTALK.

ALL THE

SONGS, SOLOS, AND DANCE MUSIÓ

MAY BE HAD AT

PALING'S,

S3S GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY.

rp I V O L I THEATRE.

Sole Proprietor and Manager-Mr. Harry Rickards. Treasurer . Mr. Edward Maa»

THE RECOGNISED HOME OF THE STARS.

MR. HARRY RICKARDS'

KEW TIVOLI VAUDEVILLE AND SPECIALTY CO.

NEXT GRAND MATINEE, TO-MORROW, AT 2.20.

Another Brilliant Reception Accorded the Original English Protean Actor,

_ MR. R. A. ROBERTS.

Last Night of his Masterly Presentation of

RINGING THE CHANGES.

TO-MORROW, SATURDAY, "CRUEL COPPINGER."

Continued Success of our Star Artists.

Miss PEGGY PRY'DE, London'» Favourite Comedienne. LEIPZIG, The Incomparable Conjurer. MDLLE. Y'ETTA. Queen of the Wire. TOM DAWSON', VAUDE nnd VERNE, CIIAS. LILBUÄN,

nnd all Mr. Rickards' Great Easter Co.

LAST NIGHT of ALEXANDER PRINCE.

TO-MORROW, SATURDAY, AT TnE MATINEE, BLACK nnd WHITE, Lady Novelty Acrobat».

PRICES: 3/ and 1/; Boolted Scot» 1/ extra. Earlv Dor», 1/ extra. Box Plan'at Paling'», George-street.

General Manager, JOHN C. LEETE.

1SS ETHEL CLIFFORD, l8 yr».' »tage exp., Tchr. of all Stage, Step Dancing. THEATRICAL CLASSES

Wed. and Sat., 2.30, on Model of London Schools. Priv. ¡ lesson» any hour. I.O.O.F. Temple, Elixabcth-st, city.

EASTER ' SHOW. THE WOMAN IN THE CASE.

THE C

RITERION THEATRE.

Lessee . FRANK MUSGROVE.

CLARKE AND MEYNELL PTY., LTD., SEASON.

CLARKE and MF.YNELL'S ENORMOUSLY SUCCESSFUL

DRAMATIC PRODUCTION,

in conjunction with GEORGE WILLOUGHBY.

THE WOjMAN IN THE CASI}, THE WOMAN IN THE CASE, THE WOMAN IN THE CASE,

one of the Mo»t Powerful Plays ever Written, which

THE MAN ON THE LAND

wiU find in "The Woman in the Case" the elementa ol

action and virility that appeal .Irongly to him.

THE MAN VU THE CITY0

will be faicinatcd by the Strenuous Action of the Play

and its Enthralling Motif.

SENSATIONAL SUCCESS

of the English Star Actresses.

MABEL TREVOR . as .... MARGARET ROLFE. ELINOR FOSTER .... as . CLAIRE FORSTER.

A TRIUMPH OF PLAY AND PLAY*ERS.

The Play produced by GEORGE WHiLOUGHBY.

BOX PLAN AT ELVY'S.

Trices: Reserved Stalls, Booking 6/, at door 5/: D.O. Booking and at Theatre, 5/: Stalls. 3/¡Gallery. 1, ; Early Doors, 1/ extra. Day Sole, White Rose. Children

in arms not admitted.

OUSA.-"Success means a combination of the Al*

*? rniehtv^ the world, and .yourself.' , -TNION^CLUB BALL._

VEHICULAR STEAMERS will leave as follow:

MILTON'S POINT. FORT MACQUARIE.

8 p.m. S p.m.

8.15 p.m. 8.15 p.m.

8.30 p.m. 8 30 p.m. 8.45 p.m. S.4S p.m. 9 p.m. 0 p.m.

0.15 p.m. , ...

Thereafter every half-hour Thereafter every half-hour

till 1.45 ».in. till 2 a.m. _

A SPECIAL TRAIN will also leave CENTRAL STA- TION, Btopplng where required ns for as i ARRa

MATTA, at 1.30 a.m.

_C. R. BURNSIDE, Secretary. gEEING SYDNEY BY MOTOR.

The Powerful Tourist Cars of the S M.D. CO. leave the Government Tourist Bureau, Challis House, Mar- tin-place, DAILY at 2.30 p m., returning 5.30 p.m.,

for TRIPS AROUND SYDNEY. Distance covered. 35,

liles. TARE. 5/ PER HEAD.

Book at THOS. COOK and SON. Challis Houae, Martin-plnce. or on the Cor»._ PROPRIETOR GRAND HOTEL, Mt. Victoria, notifies

the best trip after the show ¡3 to book at his Citv O/fice, 108 Pitt-street, for Jenolan Cave» and Blue Mountain Sights. Trips arranged from 60s, including hotels and transit by the most reliable line of coach

or car.

_G. n. COOPER. Proprietor.

OUSA.-"I hate no sympathy with the argumeiil

that music needs any remarkable fostering to git it n hold on the people."

S1

C"~ LON 1'ARF PLEASURE-CiROUNDS7^To LETT

PRESUMENT SHOP and CAl^.ar.0 PREMISES, together with Cottage. For particulars apply Balmain New Ferry Company, Erskinc-strcet, Sydney.

AMUSEMENTS. A

DELPHI THEATRE.

Direction and Management, GEORGE MARLOW. Ltd.

General Manager, CHRISTIE SIMONSENS.

Treasurer, etc., DUNCAN KEVEN.

SYDNEY'S GREATEST, NEWEST, AND MOST

POPULAR PLAYHOUSE.

EVERY EVENING AT 7.45.

THE BIGGEST DRAMATIC BOOM LN

SYDNEY.

The Sensational and Remarkable Bedroom Drain», which is creating intense enthusiasm nightly, which ran in LONDON for over 600 nights, and lia! created

records all over Australia:

THE BAD GIRL OP THE FAMILY.

THE BAD GIRL OF THE FAMILY-.

A« so Brilliantly Interpreted and Gorgeously Mounted

by the

GEORGE MARLOW DRAMATIC COMPANY.

ONE SUCCESSION OF THRILLING SITUATION'S. Brilliantly Interpreted and Artistically Portrayed

"THE ADELPHI THEATRE IS JUST THE THING FOR

THE ACTOR AND THE PUBLIC."-George Rig

nold.

POPULAR TRICES: 3/, 2/, and 1/. Early Door Tie ,cts. Od extra, obtainable at White Rose, Pitt-st, and Adelphi Theatre Cafe, and «t Chamberlain'» Library,

420 Pitt-st

BOX PLAN at ELVY'S. Reserve», 4/.

THE

HAWAIIAN S.

Y.M.C.A. CONCERT nALL,

Comer PITT and BATHURST STREETS.

POSITIVELY LAST TWO NIGHTS

of

* THE ROYAL HAWAHANS.

Tins FRIDAY AND TO-MORROW, SATURDAY,

EVENING, AT(8 O'CLOCK,

FOR THESE TWO NIGHTS ONLY.

TOE

ROYAL HAWAIIAN'S, ROYAL HAWAHANS,

A UNIQUE CONCERT PARTY,

LAST TWO NIGHTS

of

SENSUOUS, HAUNTING MELODIES,

RAPTUROUS, SOULFUL SONGS, ORCHESTRATED NATIVE INSTRUMENTS.

And

POSITIVELY LAST TWO NIGHTS

OF THE SENSATIONAL AND / CELEBRATED HULA DANCERS.

POPULAR PRIOES: S/, 2/, and 1/.

PLANS at PALING'S. DAY SALES at White Rose.

JJ I J 0 U T~H_E~A"~T~R_E".

THE GREATEST OF ALL HOLIDAY ATTRACTIONS

THE BEAUTIFUL"bIJOU PICTURES.

SENSATIONAL SUCCESS ACHIEVED LAST EVENING.

GREATEST PROGRAMME IN THE CITY.

Including

THE REDEEMED CRIMINAL.

6d, 1/. 1/0. Pconle's Prices, Od. 1/, 1/0.

STANDARD THEATRE.

Castlcreagh-strect (next Fire Station), near Bathurst-strect and Mark Foy's).

Last Night of the Thrilling Shadow Play,

THE SATYR AND THE SIREN. Complete Change of Programme

TO-MORROW, SATURDAY.

_Prices: 1/6. 1/. (k1, 3d._ SÖUSA.-"I can almost always write music. At

any hour of thu twenty-four, If I put pencil to paper, something comes. But twenty-four hours

later I usually destroy it"

MARIE CORELLI'S N'ew Long NOVEL to arrive

shortly. Join the NEW YORK LIBRARY at once, No. 7, SS King-st and order your copv early. Is Od quarter. New Rooki. every mail. T., 1363 City. SOUSA.-"Life wouldn't mean ir jch to me without

comedy, even in music."

AMUSEMENTS. T,

HE LYCEUM.

qAHE LYCEUM.

-1-Sole Direction . 0. SPENCER.

Evening,' i.; Mat, Wed. and Sat, 2.30.

SPENCER'S THEATRESCOPE CO., SPENCER'S THEATRESCOPE CO,

"The Abode of Pictoiiul Pcrtcctlon,

In the Home of Picture«." OUR NEW PROGRAMME

A Stupendous Success.

Yet the Last Two Night«

Must be Announced. Shakespeare's Sublime Tragedy,

The World-renowned

HAMLET, The HAMLET, 1 MLET, Acme HAMLET. HAMLET, of HAMLET. HAMLET, Idealism HAMLET, ' HAMLET, and HAMLET,

HAMLET. Perfection. HAMLET,

THE FOLLOWING IS A SURE SIGN OF

ITS BONA-FIDES.

That Eminent Critic, RAYMOND BLATHWAYT, in ST. JAMES' GAZETTE. FF.BY. 25, SAYS:-"Tile most remarkable of outdoor dramatic pictures are those taken by Mr. Barker, representing the whole of 'Ham- let,' the ' wonderful imprerslvcncss of Ophelia's fune- ral, tbe priests' robes fluttering in the breeze, the real m'en grave, the golden sunlight, ia one of the most effective and thrilling scenes I over witnessed. It Is reality Itself."

A Faithful Resume of

THE AGRICULTURAL SHOW OF 1911,

with all Ita attendant ¡indenting detail,

(Taken by Mr. Spencer'» Experts).

The Uorsc of the Decado,

CARBINE,

THERE IS JOY IN THE AIR,

THE DISTANT SOUND OF WEDDING BELLS, _ _

FOR ON MONDAY NEXT .

Mr. Spencer will inaugurate a New Era in Motion Pho tocraphy, with the presentation of his own locally nrorl'Tc'd Pictv-rr Drama.

THE FATAL WEDDING, Ar^ml't with

THE FATAL WEDDING, Clarke and MevneH

,. , .. Prony., Ltd.,

It is a perfect representation, staged at enormou» expense by Mr. C. SPENCER, and producod by bli staff of expert» entirely.

FULL ORCHESTRA AND EFFECTS.

PRICES: 1« 6d, is. and Od. Plan at Paling'« Dar Sale, White Rose. Doors, 7.15; Overture, S.

RATIONAL AMPHITHEATRE

EVERY EVENING.

MATINEES WEDNESDAYS, SATURDAYS, AND HOLI-

DAYS.

BRENNAN'S VAUDEVILLE ENTER-

TAINERS.

ENTIRELY NÊ\V~PROaRAMME.

ORIGINAL FIRST PART.

A PEEP AT FARM COVE.

An Australian Scene hy Australian Artist».

ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY.

For the First Time in Australia,

DE VILLIERS, DE VILLIERS, DE VILLIERS, DE VILLIERS,

Tile Merry Wizard.

Reappearance of

ARMSTRONG AND VERNE, A

ARMSTRONG AND VERNE, Conglomeration of ARMSTRONG AND VERNE, Frivolity.

HARLAND AND ROLLISON. "Tile Musical Two," HARLAND AND ROLLISON,

HARLAND AND ROLUSON. BANCO,

HANCO The Great

HANCO In his Glass Tank Mystery.

JOE GILBERT, Lancashire Comedian.

NEW FACES. NEW ARTISTS.

Linda Davis, Kitty Quinn, Queenie Paul, Lewi« Trio, The Tit Bits, Clare Lloyd.

Charles Pope, Alf.Verne, Joe Archer, Joe Verne, James

Craydon, Walter Whyte, the Favourite Tenor.

PRICES: STALIN. 2/, i/«7v: CALLERY, 6d.

SATURDAV NIGHT: Stalls 2/. 1/6; Gallery, 1/.

RESERVED SEATS SIXPENCE EXTRA.

HOTEL STEYNE. MANIA'.-Excellent Lunch ano

Dinner, Dally and Sundays, >-mlle to Golf Link». JOUSA.-"The world does not turn back and look ' for what it'once passed by."_

rpiIE ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS AND AQUARIUM.

Open 9.30 till 5.30 Week Days.

Sundays, 2 till 5 p.m. i

.T'fisrrÔTs.-PLFASURTT"TñIPa ATMTC. (Napier), V Taxis (grctu und yellow car», khaki driver»), day and night

.phones, 2 and 206 William-street

w

ALTZING Taught in 4 lessons, with music and partner.__Mlss Claire Duyalll, 79 JJarlinghurst-rd. OUSaT-"My chief object li* to do that which 1 feel i 1 am able hest to do."_^__^

ARE YOU

DOWN FROM THE COUNTRY?

IF SO, THIS IS YOUR CHANCE.

GET YOUR PHOTO TAKEN NOW. /

FOR YOUR CO^NVENIENCE WE MAKE A SPECIAL AND WONDERFUL OFFER.

YOUR OWN PHOTO ENLARGED AND FRAMED

THE FRAME OF GREAT WORTH. EXQUISITE DESIGN, UP TO DATE, AND

ALSO, 12 PHOTOGRAPHS FOR 21/-! ONLY 21/-!

READ THIS MARVELLOUS AND WONDERFUL OFFER. IT'S GREATI ITS GREAT!

YOUR OWN FHOTOGRAPH

ENLARGED AND BEAUTIFULLY FRAMED.

A SPECIAL PRESENT TO YOU ANY DAY DURING THIS MONTH-APRIL.

We arc now making a special Easter offer, which for tlic convenience of countrj visitor« and other» will be continued during the whole of this month; and in doing so we wish to assure our client» and the public generally that we hate ghin the stnctcit attention to the smallest detail, and can positivel) promise that tlic whole of tho work, from the taking of the phoicgraph to the déliter) of the finished picture*, shall rcccitc the same artistic care and skilful treatment as though the full ordinary price had been paid. Tlic work will bo our tcrj' best, and will prove a pleasure to our customers, and a credit to our good

name.

OUR OrFER IS AS FOLLOWS:-12 Beautifully Artlstio Portraits and an Enlargement framed in a splendid three ply Oak Frame for 21/. Tiare aro also a number of other Frames, in fancy mouldings and designs, from which you may have jour choice without extra charge. The Enlargement when framed is better titan those supplied bj some studios at from two to three guineas each, but without cabinet photo-

graphs, litis is a most martellous offer.

TIUS EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY SHOULD NOT BE MISSED.

"EMBLO" PORTRAITS IMMEASURABLY SUPERIOR TO ALL 01HEK KINDS OF PHOTOGRAPHY.

THE

CROWN

STUDIOS.

44S OEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY.

VICE-REGAL

PHOTOGRAPHERS. SPECIAL NOTICE.

We now take Photographs

in any weather.

We send Photographers to any address for interior or exterior photographs, por- traits, or groups, or ani inala,

THE

CROWN

STUDIOS.

(NEXT ROBERTS' HOTEL).

AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB. AUTUMN MEETING, 1911.

FOURTH DAY.

SATURDAY, APRIL 22nd.

THE ROUS HANDICAP

LUNCHEON.

THE PLACE HANDIOAP ..._.-. 2.5 p.m.

TOE SECOND STEEPLECHASE . 2.40 p m. THE A J.C. PLATE .-. 3.15 p m.

THE SECOND NURSERY HANDIOAP.- 8 50 p.m. THE FINAL HANDICAP.~.~. 4.S0 p m.

6 Bligh-strect, Sydney.

a W. CROPPER, Becrotary.

SYDNEY SPORTS GROUND,

) MOORE FARK.

EVERY EVENINO AT 8

INDIANS, COWBOYS, AND SKUTHORPE BUCKJUMPERS

SPECIAL HOLIDAY PROGRAMME EACH NIGHT.

FINALS TO-NIGHT,

GRAND WOOD-CHOPPING CONTEST, AND SAWYERS' CONTEST.

IN ADDITION TO OUR USUAL Gill*AT PROfil! VVIM1

All the Ohamplon Bushmen of the Common» ealth Competing

ADMISSION 1/, Children 6d; NEW GRAND ST.iND 1/ EXTRA. Children «d Extra,

»".NLY CHAMPION BAND ENGAGED.

Direction A.A. AMUSEMENTS, LTD., and P*njTnORP.

AMUSEMENTS.

?^TEST'S Pictures, Entertainment« of Surprise».

WEST'S PlCTUItT:S~FOR PLEASURE,

So come along To-night

PALACE THEATRE To-night at 8. PALACE THEATRE To-night, «t 8 PALACE THEATRE To-night, «t 8

To-night «t 8. THE GREAT GLACIARIUM. To-night, at 8, THE GREAT GLACIARIUM. To-night, at 8, THE GREAT GLACIARIUM.

DON'T TAKE ANYBODY'S WORD FOR IT, but Come Along and Convince Yourself that

WEST'S PICTURES LIFE PORTRAYALS

ARE BEST OF ALL, AND NEED NO PUFF.

The Great Star Hero,

There are Fifteen others to follow,

The

RACING, ROARING, RUNAWAY ENGINE, RACING, ROARING, RUNAWAY ENGINE, RACING, ROARING, RUNAWAY ENGINE, Full of Intense Steam and Sensationalism.

Included In This Evening's Programme I» .

HAMLET, HAMLET,

TRINCE OF DENMARK. by William Shakespeare.

Acted and produced in the Grounds of the Original Castle of Cronenburirh (Elsinore), Denmark. See Hint you sec WESTS "HAMLET," and no other. It ii the best Surpasses any previous Shakespearian productlo

in acting, natural scenery, and ensemble. Although a clns'tcil subject, it appeals forcibly to every class of

audience.

And there «re others equally superb.

Birth of a Flower. Tho Dixie Mother.

Tramp and the Bomb. Taranto.

DUTCH EAST INDIES. THE LAND OF PLAGUE.

Showing Only

TOE VERY H.TEST, GRE\TEST, AND BEST OF ALL. TH I VERY LATEST. GREATEST, AND BEST OF ALL.

Also,

DE GROEN'S VICE-REGAL ORCHESTRAS.

REMEMBER, WEST'S PICTURES,

At

PALACE THEATRE, GLACUR1UM, PALACE THEATRE, TO-NIGHT. GLACIARIUM,

To Arrive

SIR HERBERT BEERBOHM TREE

A USTRALIAN DRAMATIC AUTHORS' ASSOCIATION

"ALL AUSTRALIAN" NIGHT. I

TO-NIGHT, ST. JAMES' HALL, PHILLIP-STREET, |

TO-NIGHT. AT 8.

"The Spy," by Mrs. Pctcrkin (Caroll); "Mrs. Molo- ney*» Boarders," bv Tho». E. Spencer; "Trial Scene, Joan of Arc," bv M*dnme Boult; and "Bachelorislng," by T. Hilhouse Taylor.

Interspersed with Songs, Recitations, »nd Instrumen- tal Music, all "Manufactured in Australia."

ADMISSION: 3/, 2/, AND 1/.

TLAN AT PALINC'S. NO BOOKING FEE.

A1

USTRALIAN

MANUFACTURES WEEK.

SMOKE CONCERT.

Commercial Travellers' Association,

8 p.m.

H. SPARKS,

Secretary.

OUSA.-"Art I» the perfection, the ease, with which]

one docs thine», whether it I» courting . girl

leading a band."

TTNION CLUB BALL, FRIDAY. 21st APRIL.

STONEY FERRIES, LIMITED.

VEHICULAR FERRY SEHVICE.-SPECIAL »1MB- I

TABLE.-Ordinary Time-table till 8 p.m.; tien Steamers depart a» follows:

MILSON'S POINT.-8.15 p.m., 8.S0, 8.45, P, 9.15 p.m.,

und every hall-hour till 1.45 a.m. Saturuay. HT MACQUARIE.-& IR P.m., S.SO, 8.45, 9, í and every hsll-hour till 2 a.m. Siturday.

IR. HARRY SHARPE (Cornetist) play« "Salut

D'Amour" (Elgar). Cehde'» Concert, Sunday Aftn, | OÜSA.-"There wa» a time when only novelty was

asked for-now is added Interpretation.'_ EATING.-Do you know the Elite Skating (tink. 1 Klng-st. Newtown. I» open 8 «casions daily. Come.

AMÜSEMENTS.

gYDNEY'S PREMIER AND PALATIAL

PHOTO-PLAY THEATRES,

Direction, J. D. WILLÙM&

Showing Absolutely the World'» Latent and Best

PHCTO-PLAY PRODUCTIONS.

EACH THEATRE SHOWING AN ENTIRELY

DIFFERENT PROGRAMME.

Patrons may attend all three theatres the same day, and rest assured of seeing somctb'ne different at each theatre. We wont )ou to compate our pro- grammes with other» charging twice our price» of

admission.

"LIVE AND LET LIVE," but "LIVE IN FRONT." I

INCOMPARABLE AND UNEQUALLED

COLONIAL THEATRE, LTD., NO. 2.,

OPPOSITE COLONIAL THEATRE No. 1. j

CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCES, 11 A.M. to 11 P.M. '

ENTIRE CHANGE «OF PROORVMME TWICE

WEEKLY, Mondays and Thursday»,

In addition lo the regular pmtrramme wo will »how another of the Special Mlorosc-pical Studlea by Pathc Frere», and approicd by (he Educational Department of New South Wales, entitled

"CIIRY-SANTHEMUMS."

(Exclusively at'tie Colonial Theatre: No. fc)

Etery Man, Womanj'and Child »hould se this picture.

V_ V _ THE

BEAUTIFUL NEW LYRIC THEATRE,;

GEORGE STREET, OPPOSITE RAWSON- PLACE.

CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCES, 11 A.M. to 11 P.M. ENTIRE CnANQE Or PROGRAMME TWICE WEEKLY,

MONDAY'S and THURSDAYS,

In addition to the regular programme we will »how the great Sensational picture by the Kalcm Company,

entitled

"THE RUNAWAY" ENGINE."

THE HOUSE PALATIAL.

COLONIAL THEATRE, LTD., NO,

GEORGE-STREET,

Between Bathurst and Liverpool Streets.

CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCES, 11 A.M. to 11 P.M.

Entire Change of Programmo Twice Weekly,

Mondays and Thursdays.

' MODERN ENTERPRISE PRICES.

Price» of Admission same to each Theatre:

STALLS. 3d. DRESS CIRCLE, Od. STALLS. 3d. DRESS CIRCLE, Od. STALLS, 3d. DRESS CIRCLE, Od.

Ladies' and Children'» Special Morning and After

loon Matinees.

Ladies' Retiring Room» and Lady Attendants.

EACH THEATRE PRESENTS AN EN- TIRELY DIFFERENT PROGRAMME.

GK

JOL'SV.-"Thc music of the future

J who uritr» there it no such tiling; it is Uic _music of the now."_ PICTURES.-Man with complete Elect ne Picture

Plan! wants Partner, with few pounds, for tour- ing. _£Í£tHfíi_§H!I!JííLJíi!Lii9:_ w

"XTKVV HAREM TOQUES, the rage of New York. Ame XN ric.in Hat Storcí, Í5 Strand-Arcade, and Allst. Uti. 1~7V.AIRYI.ANU TRIP, Upper Lane Cote, from No 7

. _ici!?'' ^.^''-'JUî-iî'-'Jii^LilHîiJîi-Çy.1-.'.*!} m. W. WOOD, Teacher Step, Fancj-, and" Ballroom X Dimclng. Class Lesson», 1 '? 173 Q. V. Markets.

SOUSA.-"I would ratfier be the composer of an In- '

spiratlonal march than of a manufactured sym-1

phony."

TXTANTED, a BARITONE. > > Appl) at 11 o'elork to

WIETÏÏ B R O S.' C I R C U S.

GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH.

PRINCE' ALFRED PARK.

Every Evening »t 8; Door» Open One nour Earlier.

THIS SEASON'S STUPENDOUS OHO\N1SAT!OV IS THE BIGGEST AND MOST EXPENSIVE IN THE

ANNALS OF AUSTRALIAN CIRCUS HISTORY.

EVERYTHING NEW. ALL NEW ARTISTS.

LIZZIE. LIZZIE.

The Enormous African Blood-sweating iuppopota'mus, the only live lUppopoUmu« In Australia, cost-

ing Wlrtli Bros. £1251).

NT-XT MATINEE? TO-MORROW (SATURDAY) AFTERNOON. PRICES: 4/, 8/, and 2/; CHILDREN rlAi.F-i'RUK: RE°ERVF.D CHAIRS, «/.

BOX PLAN AT PALING'S.

Motor Oarage Provided Tree.

ACCOUNTS PAID 11 A.M. SHARP, TO-MORROW. S\TURDAY._

BUILDING MATERIALS.

ALL DESIGNS SUPPLIED FREE, WITH LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. CUSTOMERS' OWN PLANS QUOTED FOR. '

PLEASE CALL IN OR WRITE US.

WEATHERBOARD COTTAGES.

! SUPPLIED FREE, WITH LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. CUSTOMER!

PLEASE CALL IN OR WRITE US.

H. MCKENZIE, LIMITED, TIMBER MERCHANTS, GLEBE ISLAND.

WEATHERBOARD COTTAGES.

NEVER DAMP.

MACHINE MADE.

Erected to your own de»lgn or to our SPECIAL PLANS, CATALOGUE ol which we will mall free to ""''TmnTtrc often «rranged to owner, of City and Suburban Land.

GEORGE HUDSON AND SON, LT P., REGENT-STREET, REDFERN.

ARTISTS and PAINTERS-It you want best quality

Good» at lo» est cost, buy from

JAMES SANDY and,CO., Ltd.,

_ _ 320 32S Georgntrect

ARTISTIO riBROUS PLASTER CEILINGS.

Write for Urge Illustrated Catalogue Filed or Unfixed. BROWN and FINNEY.

Tel., 504 Redfern. _ Wyndham-sl. Alcvandria,

ASPHALTÉ-NEÚCHATEL ASPHALTe"C0., Ltd.,

Royal Ina'ce-bldg».. 16 Bprlng._T., 2JM Cent. BRICKS.-For SALE, 20,000 good Sandstocks, 14s to

clear. Apply Regent-street,

next Police Station,

_ _ George-street West

BAKEWELL"BROS., Erskineville_Verandah, HcaHh, _Wall Tiles, Sanitary Ware, Drain Pipe»._ BniCKCXYERS.-Price wanted for 53,000. Apply

behind Church of England. Thornleigh._ B'RICKS^Vanted, 5000 'Machine Second-hand

BRICKS. Home, Box 241, G.P.O.

Il-iOR WIREWORKS, go to Eastway's Great Store,

: Georgc-st. below O.I'.O._ SLATES, Ponbrj'n, Bangor, Eureka Green, French,

Blue, Dainpcourse, l8 x 0 J. 4).

Dealers in Air Bricks, Louvres, etc.

Estimates for Slating, 'tiling, and Shingling.

KIRK and DICK1NS0N,

27 Pitt-street. Redfern, i SLATES, SLATF.S, 14 x », l8 x 0, 20 x 1ft, for Damp

course, Just landing; also Lead and Malthoid and Ruberoid, at lowest; Air Bricks, etc.

G. E. CRANE and SONS, Ltd.. ?'»..15 Pltt-st North. | WANTED"230ft"~chcop ind-hand Flooring. Price,]

etc., to A.D.a, Post-oftlce, Petersham. ' WANTED"tô"Bujr, ï Stairca«c\ 12ft by 4ft, 7ln R-,

12ln T., In good order. 203 Darling-it, Balmain. WANTED, Quantity Snd'hand 12 x 12 Clrders. ' State

partira., length, etc. 474 Pltt-»t, op. Marcus C1. CANTERBURY.-Building Sites, elote to Park, near

Stn.. Terms. TO-MORROW. 8 o'cl. R. and W., Ltd.

PUBLIC NOTICES

N

ARTTLLERY SHOT PRACTICE will be carried out

Irom the lort» at the Hcudi Seawards, THIS DA\ j between the hours of 9 a m and 5pm ,

Masters of Shipping and persons in charge of boats arc cautioned a^ain^t icniainim, in any position such as v,ou)d cause obstruction to such practice

Residents in the vicinitj of the abovcnunlioned Fort» are specially warned to Ucp open all windows during

the fCiiod of firing j

The danger zone »ill he not less than 11,000 'arris east of the coast Une, and from North Head to Macquarie

Lighthouse I

ihe Electric Searchlight and other Lights will be rui during the boura of darkness.

Vi J CHRh Lkut Colonel R K V

_S O \rtillcr} Sew South Ualcs.

NOTICE is hereby given that tht PARTNERSHIP car

ried on between LMILi \LltRUR\, of \oung Spinster and S\DNI\ \ UtliUlU of tbe same place Produce Agent at Lovell street, \oung as Produce Merchants under the stjk o( S 1LHBUR^ and CO has been DISbOLN ED as from the date hereof bv mu tual consent Tin business will be carriol on bi the said Sydnev \crbury »ho »ill paj and discharge all the liabilities of tie late linn uni »111 receive all moneys owing to the late parti cr hip Baud tins nineteenth day of \prll 1011 I M1L\ \tUBlR) - Witucas to signature of Lnulj \trburv ALUS R OAMPBIL! Solicitor Young S \LltBUlU-Witness to signature of S)dncj horbury ALLAN R, CAMP BELI_

Chief Seen tar} s Oíllce

Sjdiey, 0th April 1011

IT ia hereby notified, for general information that!

his Lxccllcncy the CO\ FRNOR with the advice of the Executive Council has approved of the 111 VOCA

TION of the NOT111C \T10N dated 2L,t September, I 1910, PHOUIBITINC from the date thereof the \D\Hi USING or S\LL of an APlLHNCt kno \n is the i 1 A SHLRMAN RUPTURE CUltl consisting ol

Appliance and a Lotion to be used in conjunction with I

such appliance.

(U guj_FRFD riOWLRS

[N THE ASSIGNED FSTAT1 Or WILLUM CONUlr

It! NWICh

Draper, Lismore N S W

A FIRST DIVIDEND at tile rate of Hfteen -nilling« (15s) in the £ In the »hove Estate is non payable at

mv offlco

Promltóorv notes must be produced for endorsement

ALBritT BORCIURD

Public Accountant

Fqultable buildup George street

Sydne; girt ^pril 1011_ BRETNALL and SON Soliciten Mtom jb and Con

-.c/ajicers. Lyndhurst chambers, 84 Elizabeth-st,

PUBLIC NOTICES._

ÜSTRÄLIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIET?. HEAD OFFICE S7 PITT STREET, SYD.NLY

LOST I'OLICi

It is the Intention of the Society, on or after the tncnt) second d'y of Ujj next, to Issue » Special Polict In place of Pollej No 1-333 ii, on the life of HERBERT 1 RANCIS PLRIU, which is declared to hate

been lost

Dated at Sjdney this twentieth dal of April, 1011.

_ II W API'liRLV, Secretarj

AS some Person is circulating a malicious and un

ina statement concerning me, 1 hereby state that I hate ncter been married, and challenge anv pirsoi to prove other« isc, or any other statements

made.

_E MACDFRMOTT

NY Person or Persons hatitg Claims against the Mrm known as The Chapman Manufac Co, late Murphys Commcl Agenci, ore required to forthwith send full particulars thereof to

L. O PINK

_Box 1003 G P O

I, SAMl IL STRING! It llairrtrcs-er Cinular Quaj,

and late af isa Blue's Point road, wl,| NOT be re- sponsible for anj D1.B1S without mj written authority

Ap-ll l8 1011_

I WILL NOT ho responsible for any debts contracted

in m) name without mt written authority on or after this dale S STRANGF lunlnr.

_ _ __ Portman street 7etland

FW. WALKER, Solleltor and Notarv Public,

Ins ItrviOVFD to

BiniDrilS' rACIIVNGF,

_15 Castlereagh street

I WILL NOT bo rrspon'ible for am DrBTS contracted

bj ali) ptrsin from tills date, 20th Vnril lill

_ _s NACHMVNN Mortdale

JO GRIiFIN CF, licensed "U'RVMOR under

R P Act, Equitable bldg , 0 George st. Sydney

HOUSES AND LAND FOR SALE.

(Coattnuod from Page S )_

PRIVVTP SALE, TnOSE MAOVH ICFNT VILLAS,

known ns

The position is unirme, having both a park and water

frontage.

Älso7

A SPLFVDID Bl OHt OF LAND,

fronting Bearh road and Mona lane

Alio that splendid Block of I AND at the corner of the Spit and Ourimbah road, Mnemtn

Applj. all particulars, J P snANAnAN,

Vlckery's-cktmber».

¡__^TCYCLES AND MOTOR CAES. '?\r0U lUJquiRfc

J- A FOUR-CYLINDER RUN-ABOUT

'I hen sec the.

"EMPIRE" TWENTY.

It has three speeds, forward and reverse, and built

on large car lines.

Tills Car will be exhibited at the Royal Agricultural

Soclet}'« Show.

Our Stand Is in Palace-street. Make a note of this.

8ole Agent, "Thom»»" Flyer, "Chalmer»" SO, «ed "Empire" Motor Cars.

ROY W. SANDFORD. 1S1 F.llrabcthstrcct, Sydney.

JJOTOR CAR SPECIALITIES.

PIONEER LEATHER CLUTCHES. GREASE CAPS.

LEATHER SUNDRIES.

The naroo "PIONEER" is a Guarantee' of the

Quality.

3. 0. LUDOWICI and SON, Ltd.,

11* York-street, Sydney._ TJtOR SALE, st}llih. up-to-date Touring MOTOR CAR, .»- fitted with taximeter, in thorough good running order, cheap for cash. Apply

_237 Castlèrcagh-strect, Sydney.

°T0R, %?' 60-14 flve> handsome bodv, screen. . ,., '«x"1' 20'h.p 4 oys., smsll conspn. petrol, dual ignition, hoods, lamps, speedomtter, spares, etc., In dllv work, cheap. llover^ l!erald_ Office, King-street ITJIOYCLE, nearly new, £« in», free'wheel, brake, I .*-' mudguard, unredeemed p'ed ?

I H SLE-ÙMAN,

_ 253 Parrumutui-ioud| Leichhardt

,"PUK saul:. 4-cyl., 16-20 MOroit CAR. Asler Engine, ,.*- earner 6, absentee owner instruct» sell, £216, bar-

gain.

_GEORGE KING and CO.. 2,'/ George-street

I T-iOR SALE, 1 MOTOR CYCLE, light weight machine,

.a- in good order, all appliances. To-day. at 12 p.m.

WOOLF and CO., Auctioneers, 193 Pi..street.

rpURNER BROS., 239 Pitt-st, require good Country .a- Apenls._ Lib. com. offered. Write for particulars". fJlUIINER BROS.,"239 Pitt-st, Post Free Bicycle nius

_T- tinted Oitaloguc._ir^jivorth_jm<pcctlon._ . rpURNKR JiROS.. 23!) Pitt>-«t.-S.lI. Machiné»; «Í1

?*. mnkc«, fr^ ?5, g'teed. Sundries, Repairs reasbl. rPAXI-CABS-Si'dney Taxl-rab Co.","Ltd., St" Peter'«

'Phone, Wllllnm-st 701.

TVF'"., ÇOÎK -nd f""5 Second-hand Cars. Ring -in

_T'lsl_»''lll-'m.st, an,i i ni» Call ¿n _,",

~T)X. Special B.S.A. Carbines, »11 ace»., Dunlop tj-res, I *-> «ai-rifice £4 10s. Bike, Dulwich Hill P.O.

AL

?"- e-reful drivers. Cook's Oira¿c. 337-1) Castlercagli st. T7IOR Auction Sale to-day, at 12 noon, 31 Do Dion J- Enrine, complete. 103 Pitt-st, Sydney. .

A USTRAL Moto-Revc, 21 h-iC'twin-cyl., IKnTign., -"? for «nie by Auctlon_today, 12_noou. 193 Pitt-st ?¡\rOTOR Blcyclo,"3-h."p.. "coniplp'tè.'fof Sile"hy Mié..

->-'.» today. Must be vdd. Auction Rooms. 103.Pitt-st TITUST GO.-4-Cylinder, B-»ent Modern" Pa~r, IWh -?-*- mag., «ide entrance... EIllott'«,_493 Georgc-iit_ T>1KE, bcautiful'Modcl, "latest, n. ? new," £6 10s; a .*-» gift cost ilniihle. »12 Klng-st, ? Newtown.

TflOR SALE7 MOTOR CYCLE, 21-h.p. Minervnr'Snrin'e -__in tr-wl <"'der.j\n-.ly_ll Alhemarle-st. Newtown.

T IGIITWEÍGHT~MOTOR-CYCLE, pert, order, Dimlor J-' tvre«. by nurtion Today nt J. R.Lawson, Little a EN. B.S.A. Austral Bicycle," Entile (V-sfcr, "com

p'ete. £.; lOs.^ 17 Harrow-rd, Stanmore._ MOTOR CYCLE.-^Wantcd to Exchange, "a "Boudoir

PIANO, nearly new, worth £lSn, for a first-class modern Motor Blko, in perfect condition.

_ _ _ M. p.. Newtown P.O.

BEAUTIFUL CRONULLA BEACriT

Burns Estate. Ocean and Villa Sites.

TO MORROW. Motor "B.'Ses. S\LE. Wet or Fine. II. W. HORNING and CO., Auctioneers, Pitt-street

HORSES, VEHICLES, , LIVE STOCK.

FOR THE BLUE RIBBON UNE OF VEHICLES,

THE C. ASHDOWN CARRIAGE CO.,

1S6-I3S Ceorgc-itroet Camperdown.

Tel., 52S Newtown.

Take Leichhardt* or Abbotsford Car to our Show- room doors. Get out at Australia-street Ouly 5 minutes by Car from Central Hallway Station.

TfLUOTT'S, MUST GO, PREMISES RESUMED,-N« 1-»-f reaiotulile offer rcfaicd. Ijo New, S.U. Vehicles, Sulkies, from £7 10s; Landau», Broughams, Hyde Park, Coining, D.S. Buggies, 2 and 4 »heeled Dogcarts, Go- verness Carts, Trotting Sulkies, Vans, BoxcarU, Sur- veyors', Delivery Waggons, Pony Phaetons, 'Buses. Hearse, Hickory Wheels, Axles, 100 Sets Harness, etc. Elliott's, Coachbullder», 493 Georgc-st, nr. Bathurst-st. COOK'S MOTOIÏ GARAGE and VEHICLE EX. for

Buggies, big stock, with and without rubber tyre»; Sulkies, for horse or pony; S.S. Queen's and Sark Phae- tons, Landaus, Victorias, Sociables, seat 9. At

237-9 OASTLEREAÜH-STREF.T,'

Mark Foy's.

CASH or TERMS.-Dealer's Turnout, £0; Waggoi.ctte

Turnout, suit country, £14; Spring Drav Turnout, £12; Tlpdrav Turnout, £14; Sulky T'out, £10; Pony, Suringcait Turnout. £7; 20 Horses and Ponies, from £5; Waggonettes, Lorries, Butchers', Bakers', Order, Dealers', Village, Spring .Carls, Tipdrays, Tea Carts, Sulkies, new and s.-lmnd Vehicle«, all prices; Ham-, £1 set Towers Ilotel, GcorgMt West, opp. Fire Stn. BARGAIN'S at"NEWLAND'S VEHICLE SALE, Buck-

land.street, back of 123 Gcorge-strect West Lor- ries, carry 2 to 6 tons, Waggon«, £12; D.-seatcd Buggy, suit farmer, £10, bargain; Sociable, pert, order, £12; Strang Sulky, £6; Pass. Waggonette, scat 11, £14, cheap; Butcher, Baker, Butter, Tea, Village Carts, from £4; Guard-iron Dealer'» Vans; new and s.-h. Harness; SOJIorsos, l'pniea, Mares, week'» trial._ SINGLE-HORSE Lorry, nearly ucvvf 2 Sociables, £11,

£10; light Covered Waggons, from £9; strong Covered Waggon, carry 2 tons, £10; Tipcarts, Timber Drajs, Spring Vans, VIH. Carts. 41 City-rd. Dar!'ton. rpillCKSET Bay PONY, 12.2 high, fa»"t,""«tyilsh, free X mover, quiet, first-class Sulky', mov. scat, lamps, hand-sewn Harness, sell cheap, any trial.

_CORRYONG. Jullett-street, Enmore.

C" ASH or Easy Terms.-Tipdray, Horse, and Harness,

£15; Hooded Hawker's Waggon, Horse, and Harn.

£20; Order Catt, Horse, and Harn., very cheap; Baker's Horse and Harness, 452 Bourkc-st, B. Ills., n. Fitrxoy-st BAY MARE, 14.2, young, quiet; Nickel-mounted

screw spring scat and back Sulky; Lamps, Whip, Rug, Nickel Hand-sewn Harness; must sell.

15 Pnrramattvroad, near Cathcrine-st. Leichhardt

TTvOR SALE, 5-horse Doilhlc-shsft Snrliur WAGGON'. X? Platiorra 12ft x Oft (built by Bennett, South Creek), nirry 10 Ioiib; price, £35. Apnlv S. PLAIT, AiisirallTslreet Woollahra._Tel.. 190 Waverley.

T">ENT-'S1L\FT Sulky, C-osi £22 new, used "few"month»,

"> «eil £11: Set Harnes«, nearly new, .C2 10s. 24 Vlrtorla-st. Lewisham._;_, C" "llESTÑUf" MARE, prire-taker, 8 years. 14.2, Var

nWied Rubber SULKY, making stylish turnout, week's trial. 40 Oanipbell-eln.et, Jla.v-market_ FOR Sale, handsome stylisifBay PONY. 4vts., 13-h.,

new Sulky and Harness, sell cheap. Belmore Cot- tage, 34 Ross-street Forest Lodge._

<ALE, Angus Phaetons, Farm Drays. Pony Vans, J Horses, Vehicles, Harness. Cohen, 6 Egan-st Ntn

flOR SALE, PHAETON, in good order. C. II. Hayes,

Wahroonga.

?¡Tvûît SALE, good sound HORSE. U II. ll.vca. I? Wahroonga.___

BUGGY MARE for SALE. Apply Cni-lgit Subies, 211 Georgi'-st West._________ P- OR ^iXe, 2 Waggonettes (surveyor»), thorough or-

der; also frci.ii Country Hon.0. Tel.. 51 Hyde.

mWO Active Draught Horses, »nit tipdrays; 1 Ucavy X Drauglit, 6yrs, suit brickdray, week'» trial. Rail ray Carrying Co., 40 Campbell-street Haymarket

[7>i)R' SALE, DIUÛlÏÏÏT GELDING. Apply 11. T.

' Seymour. Marrickville-rd.

SALE. Horse, suit light van, champion puller,

£7_10s._ 3 Talfourdst, near Glebe -P.O.

riVÎVO good thicktct Marcs, 14, 15 hands, ton trial, X £97 £12, cheap. _J]_ Clty-rdjJDarllngtoiu_ TJioljRTÊIIN-HAND Maie. Bent-shaft Sulky, set llar Ü ne», £1S lot, any trial. 41 City-rd, Darlington. ITUHST-CLASS Pony Guaid-lron Van; good Tray Sully. 'JL? Short, nevt lire Station, Stanniole-rd, P'sham. ITtOR &ic7 Brown Golding, 10 hands, suit farm, pr. JL? £3. Caretaker, 2.">5A Georgest,_opp._Bridgc-st. FOR SALE, HORSE, 10 lund», Ojcars old, any triaL

69 Slaffard-si, Stanmorç.__

TTEATY~Vliii HORS!: and HARNESS (or SALE, any XX. trial. 4à MetropoliUn-rd, Enmore._ LIGHT Exprcfs WAGGON TURNOUT, any trial, £10.

40 Campbcll-st, llaymarket__.

HIGH-CLASS Waggonette 'Bus, nearly new, carry 8

H. Lloyd. Coachbullder. 51 Church-st, Newtown. r^OB Pony, B.-sbaft Sulky Turnout; also sound 14.2 V- Mare, trial, cheap. 29 Arundel-at, borest Udgc. L~~ÏOÏIT Covered Waggon, reliable Mare, set Harness,

any trial. £18 lol, cheap, 41 City-rd, Darl'ton.

n-UPrvvRÏ heavy Draught Hone, set Harness, any

1 til '£201 lot, terms- 41 City-rd, Darlington.

-DOD Sulky and Phaeton and Dogcart for Sale, bar

g\»lnrj^O^mPJiJ_8S0J,arrainaaa.'rd. Petersliam. STYLISH Turnout", Hoi«. Buggy, «nd Uaxnesa, 70

Bulneaa. A llargaln. Criiig und. Aitken, Georgc-st TTÍOR SALETTirêtty child'» Pony. £t. 25 LJwin-st X. ( roydi-n._._--, -OR SALE, Milk'Cart, In nm-class order, cheap. 1-0

Al-iii(romhie»t, Rtilfc__¿__._ ITtOR SALE, 14-hand thOOKt Mare, must sell, any ii trl.il. ?0 Beattlost, Balmain._ 1-t\Y PONY, Bent-slvalt SÏfliKY, and HARN, £12.,

J week's trial. 40 Camphcil-st. Haymarket

I ^tillage cart. óüíet'poNY. and »arnés. £9.

| V Towers Hotol,j5corffC-6t,_opp., Fire^tatioii;_j

-rfÄNDSOME Sulky Turnout. 13 hand», £32. Selby

XX llouw. Jersey-rd. Woollahra. _

ÖNY' Mare, 10h., £7; Pony Mare, ]3h., ..£0; Horse,

suit farm. £5; terms. .l_P_____

IttÍÓR SALE, TIPDRÀY TURNOUT, with work; sand

X1 trial. 77 Ceorge-sl, Kedicrn._! GREENGROCER'S VAN, 2 stanch Horses, set nickel

Ham., sell cheap. Myola. Linthorpc-st, ivevvtoyvn. A' VERY handsome Buggy or Sulky MARE, give any

trial, £15. 133 Abercromble-st, city. _ I T710R Sale, Pony Village" Cart and Butter Cart caeap.

J? 117 Clevcland-st, near Crown-5t1_Redfcrn._

Oil Sale, big, active HOUSE, young, sound, suit van,

iiny triil. 02 Bucltlnnd-st. Alexandria._ IG1IT Village Cart for Salo, cheap. CouchbulMcr, 60

Marlhoroiigh-»t, Surrj- Hills, off Devonshlre-st

TTERY stylish Cob Pony, Rubher-tjTcd Sulky, and V Hunns», any trial. 402 Bomke-st, _S, Ills. Birbcr'» SINGLE and Double LORRIES, Irom £20. Railway _' ( urryillg Co- 40 Cninpbell-st._

FOR Sale, new SULKY, suit 14 lids., also light Horse

?ind llreaking-ln Gig. 95 Dcrwent-st. Glebe._ O It Sale or Hire, 10s week, Dealer's HORSES and

CAR fS._445 Eliaibeth-'.t. Sum- UHR_ ÍJtOR 'SALE, gu. Brood Mare, suitable lunn, or III an)

- iiBe gmrantced. H. Mark, m peer. Randwick,

SINGLE-SEATED Hooded BUGGY, good order, cheap. _lo_shoriju.!j^on!stj;odge;_ JERSEY MODEL COW, Just calved, 2nd calf, sound,

t)" __"> quarts._Newsagent, Five Dock._ B" AY Gefdïng, 15 luinds, good worker, no further use,

£2 10s. After in. 13 Minemlcn-rd, Newtown.

? RAliGHT Mares (12). suit (arms. 4 In foal, all gd.

workers. B'way Currj'g. Co., 40 Cumpbell-at, Hkt

'UST Sell, Stylish 13-hand Pony Turnout, best in

PI Mitclu 11 st. Glebe

»ARGÄIN.-Young Horse, suit tradesman; no furthc

e, £7^ Saridler,_14»_Geor6e st _West_ >~ÂY Pony Mule, nhuut II hand», lust, quiet, cheap * -.ft, r (i nm- \»qnlth, Olhhe«-'t. Rockdale,

ÏJÊTUTIFUL CRONULLA BEACH, X> Burns Estate. Ocean Jiul Villa Sites.

TOMORROW. Motor 'Buses. SVI.E, Wet or Pine.

II. W. HORNING and CO., Auctionee-s, Pltt-strcct |

HOltSiis, VEHICLES, LIVE STÖcE

PREMISES RESUMEDl-xlreat tncarnu*""""****-**"r*r-~

A li..».. Mures, and Ponies, fro,«°l v fc?> of every description; lu Waggon, fr £if inV??0 fr. £8; Sociable, xna- Buttlur.' n.rtfí', r«i? Saitít*

new, ¿om £10;'sing"l Ä C"^^

cairy 3 tons, £18; Dealer's Van t,li,,,. V* í'Ko»,

".Sí?' r«j Spring 'Crm dÄ"Ä£

215 Coi.iburn-alroct, rieajJtlley.Mrect, Surry UMu"4 ATE W LORRY, ^lö^r^^Th^Ts^

J-> 'Buses; also Horse. Hürnen ¿|3 ,... . ,*ria!e

IhKgv, £12; Spring/ í'i,"berr,ni»Mn'd A,1???

Snd" .l.^suíí i,aroccr'' ft«?«- »»<> »Ut Snii net

ana b.ii. Sulkies, every description- "0 linn». «

fclitMRE and .CWIPASS SAlÎ-yÂrds! W0¿ ntWENTY DrauglirHol:SrMa"reT*^nir^SîT:S Sulky Turnout; Butchers', Bakers',' and Omer Ä I Farm and Spring pray»_j_2J5____Jr, u "Ä pLEARING-OUT SALE^riîoTses and Vel-Tcllr^

*S Cher»', Baker«', Grocers'. VIIhV Tin V

'Spring, Vans, Sulkie», Expresa' and lloidcd \aSj!?'

Bght Pole Lorry;' »tyl|»h Sulkj- "Turnout, fVSO Turno.it, £20; Hooded Waggon Soit, iis'ffi

lan T__ou__£12. M5 GeorgMt, opp. Á. Hordern,''

fin. in 2 lî"S. ..ore<:s' £3 ca<*: Sulky Tumut £10; Sprlngcart Turnout, £5; Boxrart ¿s- vmVi Cart £2; Tlarness of all kinds. MURPHY "a ]SS cromhlc stree.*, off George-street West A1>w JfOR SALE, Bent-shaft Bubhcr-tj-red 'SULKY (hood^ J- specialty bulli (or owner by Arthur Hort,» ita», 4 months ago, »ult 13 or 14 hands pony. I>°\" m" ? Apply after 2 o'clock, im.i CREST

---Prospect-road, Summer' Hill

QVSII. TERMS, OR RENT.-20 Driught-Rôëk y V»n I1"°'ws' '?»nies, and Mares; Dealcrt yT Turnout, £0; Butcher'« Turnout, £14; TiodrayVT .out £12; full-siae Van, £4; LlghiExpress v¿,*_?.'

I Sulky. £4. 40 Canipbell-strect. Upmarket. ' W*HN'T,I*U' Second-hand VROLLY, to cam in*5 T iAirbnA V *" * 8°?,-1 DT-,"*>" ««rv«. Apply ¡JAL LICK, Oaks-avenue, Neutral Bay. 'Phone, ftw ;?£ WAGGON, hooded, brake, £8; VIllngrcsTTKiv" . _llarness_ £1; Pony, Sulky, 11.', £16. K9 p.im.'i; WANTED, heavy Van Horse. Price, parties. to7 , _Lelllott. Jorseyra, Woollahra. Thone. ?s vlit

> 1 20s weekly. SOI, Herald. ^ WANTED to Buy, Square Van, Horse, and Han,« , > » will pay for week's triaL J.R., ¿lerald ^ ' BUGGY and Sulky wanted, "cheap. S. PUeTCeo**=

_vt ciiiye«_st_ Marrickville._^ \*\7ANTED" to Purchase Horse, Lorry.' or Vin ¿3 > > Harness. T. E.. c_a. JV. __J-_ma___Wn<>iu. WANTED, Exrrclsc"~Saddle, also Suit Horse clôtHEt

Slateprice, M.D., Hnymamot P.U.

?p-EAD and Worn-out Horses and Cows Bought hlr¿ J ' e«t price given. W. Tumelh. Tel.. 2M Redfern

DEAD Horse» and Cows Bought, up to 10s head Fit!

_ cart« kept. J. Connelly._Thone, 124 Korth Bet

SPLENDID Graring Paddock, 200 acres, for (toa.

securely fenced, permanent water, and »boat ance of grass, p. u. FORBES,

_ Belmore.

FOE SALE.

T-<1VE SHILLINGS.

Sight-testing and Spectacles, 5/, Best etnUtr frrT . >md lenses. Satisfaction guaranteed ¿r moneTr? funded. This ia a genuine offer to further «dwru»

our name and skill. One of the Principals «tuidi ' to e«ch client personally. Consulting hour«: Fit»! , 9.30 a.m. to 5.30 p.m.; Saturdays, 0.30 a.m. to 11»

p.m.

GIBB and BEKMAN, LTD.,

Opticians, 8 Hunter-street, Sydney,

S doors from George-street The Principals are;

C. Gibb, latet of nias. Gibb and Co.

J. W. Becman, late Sight-testing Expert tnj

Manager for many years for li. A. Bimdtaijh, '

Ltd.

HAIL, KING O'MALLEY. ALMIGHTY BROTHIM

WHAT SAY YOU TO A BIT OF CUEAP

STATIONERY. For Instance:

3 100 Sheet Bank Paper Writing Blocks, 1/. 1O00 Commercial Envelopes, 2/.

Tj-pcwriter Paper, 1/3 and . 2/6 box ream. 4 Rolls best Sanitary Paper, 1/.

And all other Lines, RroUicr, equallj low in pria

AUSTRALIAN PAPER CO, *

Stationers,

102.1Ü! Castlereaghstreot,

._between Park and Bathurst streets.

SYMONDS FURNISHING, LTD., 2S.V7 Pitt-rt, Oalr.

IRON SAFES, £5 10s, £8 15s, £10 15». Call Americal Oak 0ft SIDEBOARD, sell £10 10s.

OAK DINING SUITE, of 8 pieces, £8 10s. * : Double Italian Top 2 inch post Bedstead, £2 IS«. - Several Rooms Second-hand Linoleum and Floorcloth. ] Escretolrc Bookcase, 4ft, Al make, £7 lot. J Fine Old Mahogany TOILET PAIR, £5 los the pill i OFFICE TABLES, 17» Cd, 20s, 35s, 55s, 75s. I SYMONDS FURNISin.N'G, LTD., 2S5-7 Pitt-st, only.

ORAN AND CATO, LTD., S3 CLARENCE-STHEBT/

or Branches In most Suburbs.

M1

Finest Oatmeal, 2d per lb, 71b for K

Tasmanian Rolled Oat», nothing better, 71b ba» 1/0. Col. Sugar Ref. Co.'» I.C. Sugar, 701b bag, 12/1

Col. Sugar, Rcf. Co.'», IA Sugar, 70!b bag, tt/Mk. |

Fairymead, IA" Sugar, 701b bag, 12/3. | " Mildura Raisins, good quality, 4d lb, 121b for »/I I;

Fine quality Rice, 2d per lb, 50U> bag 0/3. i'á

1

Rinoldi Macaroni, or Vermicelli, 8"d por lb picket ¡j MORAN and CATO'S DELICIOUS 1/3 TEA, caul li {

. _anythiiig_j'ou pay l/û_for. TRY_IT._ , PAWNED. £5 10s, 18cL Goldtcvcr Watch, goo" al,'

new, cost £20, owner going away, cannot red«n,'\ sell ticket 12s Cd. Mr. A. Moran, Annandale P.O.

EDISON April Records Now Reailr, Amberol ill |-'t

minute Titles. Sterling Record'. 7/8 wr "*>1 Phonograph» from 2/0 wk. Sterling rarloun, 239 P.*

street (opp. Cri.), nnd at 100 Pitt-st (nr. MarketstV.i LARGE QUANTITY OF SCRAP LEATIIEB, lulu«» ,

for all kinds of Leather Repairs.

J. C. LUDOWICI and SON, Ltd.,

117 York-street, Srcary.

HOWCASES of all kinds, made In nickel or bfirai

Plateglas» Counter». Armstrong, » Elint'.j GUNS, Hammerlcss and Low Hammers, by Oreatr,

Boswell, Scott, Purdey. Repairs. Graham. Oil tj.V.M. ? « PIANO OASES, new, rlncllnêd, room required, li'

, Od ea. to clear. Gordon's,_40 Fllnders-rt Only. ) GRAMOPIIONES.-Just landed, great variety Auti '_

matlc. from £2 up. Cordon's, 40 Flinders «t. Paly.

I "VIEW DROPIIEADS, £4 10s. Other styles Irom S¡t '. j J>_PINNOCIi. SO. V. MAIiKETS. ,

"ITINNOCK'S SEWING MACHINES, hlehelt fn'_lw,i I X est prices._PINNOCK, .8 Q. V. JIABlim. , SINGER, WILCOX and GIBB"!" vnirXLKIt ind WIL" _SON-._aB_h3laraJns_J_NN0CK. 8 0. V. MARKETS.

S" KATES for Sale, new and s.h., heft miliei. Countr/,,

Rink*, supplied. Turner Hro-L. Rink. Mnert. Ms.. FOR Sale, large quantity of light lirewo.il. *a>\ _sey lUrrls Co.. Ltd.. 35 Hrn.l>.a____l>e_ - SEWING MACHINES. SE» INO MACllUiQ]]

Wonderful ¡-TLECTAS, sew bolh ways.

Wonderful SELECTAS arc light runnli.ff and sp««?

Wonderful SELECTAS.-M.icl.s. taken ia eichangt '

Wonderful SELECTAS are guaranteed for 10 j-tiri. I . Wonderful SELECTAS, £0 15s. er easy temu. |.

Solo Agent, SIDNEY TIIOMPON, t 60 Gcorgc-st W., next Fire Station; and 155 Oxford-ft.

P.S.-100 other Mach., all makes, from £1. *' I employ no travellers; customers sate 25_P-ei._. , I~N Pawn, £11, MiD.P., Pair" 5 Finn? Diamond Eli; .

rings, lovely stone«, cost owner £23, se» tl*t , , £1. Mrs. A. Allon, P.O., Glebe. ___" , mÄILORS"' UNCALLED-FOR GARMENTS, eompn"

? J- Ing Men's Sac Suits, cost £4. price 2.1 «.

I Trousers, 7s 0d; Evening Drefs on.) Dinner Suits, coa . I £8, pr. Ms. Everyth. new. Herman, 3S ".vnyard-MM. ;

**r»OUBLE"BARREL Top Action Breechloadlns Ooiäii I U with Greener eroisbolts. cost £10, price ,£sj «w >

¡Watches, perfect timekeepers, prices 45, 5% W, ?*,."*

'ps. IPs.' NATHAN* HERMAS.^W-ynyatjdnn-.-., I5EMINGT0N-S Typewriter, perfect order, £0;I.ftt*J.

V. trees. 17s Cd; Iron Safe, second hand, me M i» "' a 16, with 2 drawers and stand, cost _!». P"11« J £(1 15s. NATHAN HERMAN. 38 wvnyird-l»w. 1

/-1ÂMERA, 4-pl.. Ros» lens, complete outfit, «ceplIT«« | \J i|UKpt)-, sieri'iec ¿7. ?vo*__t'_-enin'ile t, "f*"*» I

TN" PledgTrM-DrpT^O, large" sinsle ;¡»T. J"_tJ.'j 1 Ring, bcautifui stone, cost £2S. tell ticket I*. ,|

K. Laville, HnymarKCt P.**-. -

TSLËDOfcD M. de P., £Ï5, T»1.'> «f *5S '

J- verv large «tone, cost £3t. Ticket £2. ''?«"'; 0 " cheap VV. AnnOTT. Haymarket P.O.

--ntOR SALE, BEARD ?BIOSCOPE, 2 arcs,, coaipW«, ,

I1 splendid order, can he seen worsire «n ?«"&' ;

RUPERT CHAPMAN «nd T.

27 p.O.-chamher«__lll.iIh_î!2L

-r"-ÂRÔT"KlTe-hen-DR^RER."sl,clv*iV"*,Hf, Md"'liS !

Pair BIRCH TOILETS. "«"^"^ 'V a. 6i

Dressing Table, marble W'A.="T"*T.VM", rnii, m ,

Now Eneio. Llft-lld orFICE WASIISTAND, Si-,

with lock CUPBOARD, 15s. "^ .

FI,EMISO. TlEllçiWkîi^Jïïl-ïïtJ^^r I^ATSTOVÈrfa7ïgonT"must seirtS5«5% « «' "*

\JC on f-rn"'» st 1 owiT Demain.__

/-i LASSOASESTCountef», Iee^chests, Bantjn*. T» i <_T Thrings, etc. M.jne'«. "2 Uv"í°0'**¿" "3J . "PLEDGED £3 5,. M.D.P.. Oent.'s «* »¡¡¡J *S

1 Albert and Greenstone Trinket, «'i'*''7' m , ticket 12t Od. Mr. R. Jenkins, Pyrmont ^"'-r-s-r

-TTIOUN. perfect modern model, In case, »ad Be-**,

V a gift, I"», eo" £i 1tls

Send »".-*'Cre12,l5ln.s^e.:tErklntril|e '

1 min. Newto_n_i^_

-ROCKLn-IESr-A^nd lot for Ssle, *$£& \

SX I."M and Son. Belmore »«»ji' fníTíñlA

.DUILDERS' and General Ironmoagery, Sbm

Jo Cottle Bells. Iloodng !clt, Ss «»..-,-."-.

PAWí?DstíiU.b,RinAgbC«.^ 11 ml * *

P. ee Skates TT ~*¡MS»^ ^ '

C05raiNAT10N^CÄD-veT.-,i;'^^

Furniture to he '"lil ihenr. at P ' . »" _ . street. Paddin_ton__JPhone, 15. 1 Ml? -JJT7Î

¿INGER'9 S. Machine. »wft,?«r.i!!S4 ' !

^onáiB;Uri^¿CíriK5L^-- ' G^ÍÍ¿.^e{e^A||3:;

£1/10/. hrv.-rl.-si 7-niece Phk*- ,s"%r r

Open till 10 oVlock^ô-nlrht w",*y______Jr«_ | -piANO, £7 10s. 227 Llverpool-st. ;,'( U w"r. "-unrtrjes. e_eap_Pe£emont. H ^w^-jj (

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