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BjULWAYS.

RAM W A Ï ».

SATURDAY, MAY IS. RANDWICK RACES.

A SPECIAL SERVICE OF TRAMS »ill he run to ita Randwick Racecourse from Circular Quay »mi H«' way Square Loop, commencing at 11.30 a.m. The Pint ^eTuIn Ä"Ä admittance to Course),

by Special Tram, 1/6. Single TîckeU will not be ia

sued on the outward journey.

SPECIAL TRAMS will he run direct to the iince course via Newtown-road and Cleveland-street, from Enmore, Balmain, Glebe Point, and Leichhardt, de-

parting as follows:-.

Enniore.-12.17, 12.27, 12.S7T12-1Î. I"7 P-m Balmaln.-12.S, 12.1S, 12.2S, 12.SS p.m.

Glebe Point.-12.17, 13.27, 12.37, 12.47 p.m. leichhardt.-IS.», 12.10, 12.20, 12.39 p.m.

From Cleveland-street «nd Newtown-road Junction, trams will leave every 3 and 4 milis, from 12.25

1.17 p.m.

Trains will run direct to Enmore, Balmain, Glebe Point, and Leichhardt, from Randwick Racecourse, after conclusion of last race, starting from Platform«

S and 4.

RETURN FARE (including admittance to course), between Newtown-road and Randwick Racecourse, I/O. Other sections ordinary fares.

TIMETABLE ALTERATIONS.

COMMENCING SUNDAY, MAY 14.

Alterations will he made in the Sunday Services on Coogee, Rallway-Coogce, Waverley, llendi, La Perouse, and Railway-Bondi Junction Unes.

ABBOTSFORD LINE.-SUNDAYS.

Tlie 0.25 a.m. tram from Johnston-street lo Abbots- ford (Bathers' Tram) will be DISCONTINUED.

THE SPIT LINE-SUNDAYS.

Alterations will lie made in the Departure Times of Trams from Spit-road Junction to The Spit.

For detail alterations see Handbills.

MANLY-SPIT LINE.-WEEKDAYS. COMMENCING MONDAY, MAY 15.

The running of the 8.55 a.m. tram from Manly to The Spit, and the 0.40 a.m. tram fiom The Spit to Manly, will be DISCONTINUED.

An Additional Tram will be run from Manly Pier to Condamine-strect at 11.44 p.m., Mondays to Fridays, and 11.49 p.m. on Saturdays.

REDUCTION OF FARES TO BLIND PERSONS.

It is notified for public information that on and after MONDAY NEXT, loth MAY, Blind Persons (male or female), will, on production of a "Blind Persons' Concession Application,'' which lias been witnessed by a Justice of the Peace, Physician, Clergyman, or the Secretary of an Institute for the Blind, ùe furnished with a Certificate which will enable Uic holder to travel over any number of sections, on one line, by one tram, for the minimum fare of one penny. These certificates are not transferable, and must be produced to Conductor on payment of fare, or at other times when rcqidrcd by an authorised Employee, and must be returned to the Tramway Department on expiry.

Forms of application must'be furnished quarterly, and a certificate received in exchange for same.

Forms of application and certificates may be ob- tained at the Tramway Offices, 01 Huntcr-strcct, Cen-

tral Booking Office, Martin-place, Railway BpoUng Of-' fices at Newcastle, Honeysuckle Point, and Higli-strcct, and at the Tramway Offices at Newcastle and Broken

Hill.

By order,

(T- °c°) -._J. S, SPURWAY, Secretary.

New South Wales Government Railways

Office of the Chief Commissioner,

TEVnpms «¡ii i , Si'«1"«*. May oth. 1911.

than"?* o'.' ^ rcC,!ivcd ¿* tnis -0"lc,; not lat«

..... "l¡m,J2 o dock noon on the dates specified for the undermentioned Works, etc., via.:- °p"-"1T ,or vnc

THE SUPPLY OF 1,000,060 BUILDING BRICKS for the

Metropolitan Division. Particulars Diviskmal

HENTY Sr °/ AU0UT "> ACllKS 0P "KD AT

, ¿i.,cr B J'cars 'mm 1st June. 1911. Partien.

ÄÄ;,0'«'1!0 m^ Agent for Rail^,o0

-nip «ifnííí v'' J&dnc-V- °"d Stationmaster, Henty.

SFrJuMNn iStr-SS "U,"ASS 1'ADLOCKS FOR SECURING POINTS OF SIDINGS. Particulars Interlocking Engineer, Sydney Railway Suffi

MONDAY. MAY 22 1011

THE SUPPLY OF 200 END and 'zm SIDF nrfiyrrwi

TION BOXES FOR EL&TmrJI TRAM^ARs' Samples mid specifications at the Electriil Engi neer's Office, 01 Hunter-street. Sydney. P

Tenders to be endorsed, "Tender for Bricks." or ».

the case may be.

The Chief Commissioner does not bind himself to

accept the lowest or any tender.

By order.

J. S. SPURWAY, . p^^_Secretary.

/^.RAHAM'S COACHES Run Dally, Tarana, Oberon,

.V»., and Jenolan Cava«.

.CHEAPEST FARES.

All communication» promptly attended to.

alMUSEMENTS.

Q.LACIARIUM.

ICE SKATINO SEASON OPENS

NEXT THURSDAY WEEK,

MAY 25.

'More real enjoyment may be culled from Nature's own Winter Pastime than from any other form of re- creation known. It is NO PASSING BOOM, since in all nges it has completely satisfied the call for SOUND, HEALTHY, und INVIGORATING EXEROISE.

On MONDAY, MAY 22, the office will, be Open for

Issue of Periodical Tickets, Sale of Skates, etc.

BE READY FOR THE 25th.

'Phone. 492 Glebe. _ 1~>LAN and Tickets at Nirholson's for Mrs. Hallenden

? Smith's Conceit. Y.M.C.A., To-night. 1/ all parts. "A LEXANDRA COLLEGE, 173 Pltt-st. Hours. 10 a.m. A to 0 p.m. Saturday^! p.m. 'Phone, 3445 City.

"A LEXANDRA COLLEGE.-l'eoplo in the country J\. should leam by post. Fee, £2 2s, music included.

LEXANDRA COLLEGE.-No sharps, Hats, scales, or

Trises. Tunes first le

A?_._

ALEXANDRA COLLEGE ¡enclin you to play piano

from perfect muaic one month or refunded fee. ALEXANDRA COLLEGE.-Fee ¿fin. Full tuition ! and refunded if pupil docs not piny perf. 8 less.

OLYTECHNIC BANJO AND MANDOLIN CLASSES

(Lou. Reg.).

P'

10/6 PER TERM.

Prospectus and full particulars,

W. J. STEN

_ Studio, lo Hunter "trcct.

r/OOLOGICAL GARDENS AND AQUARIUM.

Open 0.30 to 5 week day«,

and 2 to 5 p.m. on Sundays.

-i;W HAREM TOQUES, the rage of New York, Ame-

rican Hat Stores, 25 Strand Arcade, and Aust. Uti. -ÖIUE PRODUCTION AND SINGING.-New TOCAL

r\JBR01SES for Weal: Voices, "EVERYONE who can SPEAK eau learn to SING." Slgnor E. ROSSI. Col w of Music, "Jersey-chambers. 3311A George-street.

Write or Call for Prospectus.

AMUSEMENTS. T

T im â * R K. MATINEE TO-DAY AT 2.30.

REICHEX'S PERFORMING DOGS,

AT THE MATINEE.

BRING THE CHILDREN, ami cnjov thelr delight when they see the AA'onderful Dop¡.

CHILDREN'S PltlCCS AT THE MATINEE, 1« till, Is, and Oil. ADULTS. Sa. 2s, and Is._

rp 1 V O L I T II E A T R E.

Sole Proprietor and Manager .. Mr. Harry Rickards. General Manager . Mr, John C. Leete.

. v' MR. HARRY RICKARDS'

NEW TIVOLI VAUDEVILLE AND SPECIALTY CO.

THE SEVEN PERKZOFFS, THE SEVEN PERKZOFFS, THE SEVEN PEREZOITS,

the World's Greatest Combination of Comedy Jugglers.

RUICllKN'S PERFORMING DOtW,

the Most AVonderful Canine ll-ibmcr* .,",! Tumblcni,

' Entirely Diflerent from all Others.

LAST 5 NIGHTS OF TEGO)' PRYDE,

London's Quaint Comedienne.

To-day (Satimlay), First .Appe.miuce In Sydney of

THE KAVANAGH ROYS,

Novelty Club Jugglers and Racquet Spinners.

SCOT' G1I1SON,

Scotch Comedian.

LAST NIGHTS OF TOM DAWSON.

He's going "out In the lifeboat nil night."

CADAVKLL AND VERNE.

BLACK AND WHITE, BROAVN AND ROBINSON,

Alice Fane, The Marlow Sisters, A'liudc lind Verne, Mel-

rose and Menzies, Charles. Zoll, etc, etc.

PRICKS: 3s and Is. Early Doors and Hooked Seats, Is extra. BOX PLAN Cloi-ca at Paling's nt noon, uno, opens at Theatre Otllcc 12.15 p.m.

_Business Manager: EDWARD MAAS.

MISS ETHEL CLIFFORD, Expert Telir. 'ol all Stage

mid Slcp Dancing. THEATRICAL CLASSES, SATURDAY, 2.:», on MODEL OF LONDON SCHOOLS. ACRORATIO CLASS, Mon., 4 p.m., I.O.O.F. Temple, Eliz.-st. Ihiplls thor, trained, turned out finished per formers, as ncknow. by jirofcsn. Prlv. less, any hour.

J. C. WILLIAMSON'S ATTRACTIONS.

HER MAJESTY'S,

THIS EA'ENING, AT'7,45.

MATINEE. TO-DAY, AT 1.45. MATINEE, TO-DAY, AT 1.45.

I

rantomime,

.TACK AND THE BEANSTALK,

"STUPENDOUS."

Box Plan »t Paling's till noon, thereafter at Theatre Outee, Market-Street,

THEATRE ROYAL.

TniS EVENING, AT S O'CLOCK.

Mr. J. C. AA'illlamson (by arrangement with GEORGE KUAVARDS) presents

- The Delightful Musical Play

TnE DOLLAR PRINCESS. THE DOLLAR PRINCESS.

Libretto by A. M. Wlllner and F. Greenbaum,

' Adapted by Basti Hood. Lyrics by Adrian Ross.

MUSIC BY LEO. FALL.

CAST OF CHARACTERS.

Alice . Ol.lA'E GODAA1N

Daisy . LOTTIE SARGENT

Lady Augusta . ALICK M1TCHEL1 laulv Edith Dalrymple . MAXIE MACDONALD Ladv Constance . NANCE MAUNSELL

and

Olga Lablnska . FLORENCE YOUNG Freddy Fairfax . UEGLNALD ROBERTS Karl of Quorn . FRANK GKKEKK

Mr. Bulger . «'. C. PERCY Dick . LANGFORD KIRBY

Tartar«! . VICTOR PRINCE

Sir James M'Gregor . CHARLES ALBERT

Paillard . A. NHA'll.LE

Ccndarmc . A. BAYNE

and

Harry Q. Conder .v. BERT GILBERT

SCENERY BY MESSRS. AV. R. COLEMAN, GEO.

UPAA'AliO, and Assistants.

Production under the stage direction of

MR. AVYBKRT STAMFORD.

Musical Director . Mr. FRITZ HART.

Box Plan at Paling's till noon, and thereafter with Day Sale tag Row's, oppoíitc Stalls (King-street) en- trance to fiicalrc.

J. C. WILLIAMSON. Ltd. (

THE GAY* GORDONS.

FIRST MATINEE ON A\*EDNESDAY. j

S

PECIAL NOTICE.

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

ANC1NG . AND DEPORTMENT.

Lessons Morning, Afternoon, and Eveniiig.

MR. AND MRS. ROBERTS ,

quickly impart to their Pupils the necessary ability and confidence to acquit themselves creditably in the Ball-

room, etc.

STRICTLY PRIA'ATE LESSONS (undivided attention), Perfect AA'altzIng, the Two-step, Smart, Valse Boston,

A'eleta, lovnccrs (proper), etc. - i

SUPERIOR CLASSES FOR BEGINNERS.

160 PHILLIP-STREET and ST. JAMES' HALL.

SATURDAY MORNING DANCING CLASS.-Mr. and .- Mrs. ROBERTS receive Juvenile Pupils at 11 o'clock. 10O PHILLIP-STREET, near King-street

rjRITERION THEATRE.

Lessee. FRANK MUSGROVH. CLAIÎKE AND MEYNELL PTY., LTD., SEASON.

at S o'clock "sharp,

FIRST APPEARANCE IN SYDNEY OF

CLARKE and MEA'NELL'S

ENTIRELY NEAV OPERA COMPANY, ENTIRELY NEAV OPERA COMPANY,

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

By SEYMOUR HICKS; Music by GUY JONES,

A MAGNIFICENT CAST, Including

FRANK LINCOLN, FLORENCE 1MESON, WM. GRAVES, NELL FINNIS,

KATHLEEN STARLING, NELLIE COZENS,

FRED AVINN7 DAVID JEFFERSON, FRANK COMPTON, MAGGIE KNIGHT,

ALFRED BEERY, ROBERT JACKSON, PRESSY PRESTON, ADA PAGE,

CHARLES USHER, CARLETON STUART,

ACT I.-A Moor in the Highlands on "the 12th"

(Rc-openlng of the Shooting Season).

ACT li.-Tent in the Gardens of Meltroic Castle.

The SCENERY by PHIL GOATCI1ER.

The Play Produced by CHARLES A. WENMAN.

Stage Manager. Lionel W'alshc.

Bo« Plan pt Elvy's, R.S.,' 0/, Booked; at Theatre,

D.C. andJt.S., 5/.

Stalls, 3/-, Gall., 1/; E.D., 1/ extra.

Day Sale, AA'hlte Rose; also BOX PLAN after 1

o'clock to-dny.

C. BAI N, THEATRICAL AGENT,

0 Rowe-strcet

ÖUGLAS ANCELON

and

STELLA CHAPMAN^ Qp ^¿^^

and

DRAMATIC ART,

PALING'S.

ELOCUTION TAUGHT,

ALL BRANCHES.

READINGS, RECITATIONS, MUSICAL MONOLOGUES.

and

THF STUDY and CHARACTERISATION

OF SHAKESPEARIAN PI'AYS

STUDENTS TUA1NED FOR THE STAGE.

NEXT RECITAL,

ST. JAMES'S HALL, JUNE 15.

Full particulars on ȂPlI^Uon. ^ n,"LDINGS. M1

ÎÎ-A. RERTKAM l-'LOHM,

'LECTURER IN VOICE CULTURE -AND

PHONETICS OF DECLAMATION,

AT ST. ANDREW'S COLLEGE, SYDNEY UNIVERSITY,

will give a

STUDENTS' RECITAL, JUNE Sill.

Full Prospectus on application to the

Secretary, at the Studio,

, Equitable-building,

i Ge»r«e-street,

AMUSEMENTS.

J^ D IO li T II 1 T H E A T R E.

Dliecliou mid Management .. GEORGE MARLOW, LTD. (len. Mgr., Christie SIiuoiimmis. Treas., etc., D, Neven.

The ONLY Dramatic Room lu Sydney.

SYDNEY'S NEWEST and MOST CORGKOUS THEATRE

STILL THRONGED NIGnTLY. '

EVERY EVENING AT 7AÔ.

The Most Remarkable and Sensational Drama of Modern

TIMES, which has attracted Royalty, Vice-Royalty, mid All Classes of the Community In Thousands,

"THE BAD GIRL OF THE FAMILY,"

"THE BAD GIRL OF THE FAMILY," "THE HAD GIRL OF THE FAMILY," "THE BAD GIRL OF THE FAMILY,"

Which is Now Attracting nil Sydney, and in THE

SEA'UNTH WEEK OF IT'S SENSATIONAL SUCCESS.

And So Brilliantly Interpreted and Magnificently

Staged by

.GEORGE MARLOWS

FAMOUS DRAMATIC COMBINATION.

"AST NIGHTS. Only Few More Opportunities

"JbT NIGHTS of Witnessing this Remarkable

LAST NIGHTS Play.

Though the Last Nights arc announced, the Manage- ment cannot definitely state the final performance at present, owing to the large audiences nightly.

NEXT GRAND PRODUCTION , m. -,"Kor thc l'ir5t Time 'n Sydney',

A Thnllinir Dramatic Adaptation of "OUIDA'S"

Famous Novel of London and "" _ Algerian Life,

"UNDER TWO FLAGS." m ", ,j . "UNDER TWO FLAGS."

This lAorld.famous Narrative of the London Nobleman.

r!}»l.T.."r ?"'&' . '" /Vris'ocratlc Circles, and «.e pif»\L?"f \ict0.r i,n.tl", Algerian Anny of tile ¡Tench iB to be staged by Mr. GEORGE MAU

ó'mW. ".! " f!T,'"1 T6t ml magiilQcent scenic

elTecis, and entirely new costumes.

oiu^il,^i>iVT!îS-N?.:Jïh^^'!lP|,i Mtted Ihroiigl. SSpSÜf «A"'8"''1'"6 ""to** '"«1 "I-Plumees, Li

3/,r2>r"ndIl/.rRICES P°*~* roruI'AR THEATRE, wÍ'htÍ "liïÙ^niSîl.-^. c?tra. «l-tolnabie at the

lN'GS and »l JR\lES??^"V- ADULPHI-BUILD

streoL -, CHAMBERLAIN'S LIBRARY, 420 Pitt

BOX PLAN AT ELAT.-S AND THEATRE. Reserves 4/.

A"'sL',,P.ii.,>T"EAÏ1"J' SUNDAY XIUÜT. mr-TiTiM- D " SACRED

AY» T 8 l0 J0'1S- PICTURE MÍtsi^.r Doora 0l'cn at 7 o'clock. AND

i?l?sfTÎÀ\i MUSICAL tvoiiisrn- ~, , FESTIVAL.

h.AQUlSirit, Direction EXOU1SITF

SKTOri Mr' E' J' Kilpatrick PICIORIAL

GL.AIS A.ND (IRAN AND

DELIGHTFUL DELIGHTFUL ORCHESTRAL Luxurious Seats ORCHESTRAL MUSIC _for 3000 people._MUSIC. ^TATIONAL _ AMPHITHEATRE.

MATINEE THIS AFTERNOON,

MATTNEE

MATINEE, 2,30

Price«: Adults. 1/6. 1/. and 6d. Children. Half-price.

RATIONAL v AMPE1TUEATRE.

Sole Proprietors, BRENNAN-S AMPHITHEATRES, Ltd. Governing Director . Mr. JAMES BRENNAN.

. EAT5RY EVENING.

MATINEES WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS.

BRENNAN'S

VAUDEVILLE ENTERTAINERS.

AN ENTIRE CHANGE Ol' PROGRAMME.

MORE NEAV ARTISTS.

Sensational Comedy Cvellsts,

Tivti Ladles and Two Gentlemen In a Wonderful Act,

n.ASSAN. His card and other tricks really attained HASSAN to noveltv besides being nivstifilngly HASSAN clever.-"Sydney Morning Herald."

HASSAN He had the spectators gasping with won HASSAN der.-"Dally Tolegrsph.'"

AN r,YE-OPr.NER FROM THE EAST.

Last Nights HARLAND and ROLI.ISON, last Nights HARLAND and ROLI.ISON,

The Musical Two, 1LARLAND and ROLI.ISON.

GEORGE HANVEEN, SANDY DONALIXSON,

Comedy Musician. Scotch Comedian.

Master William Ferrier, Bov Tenor.

AA'atl* and Lucas, Rowell Sisters, National Duo, Tit

Bits, Bert Desmond, charles Pope, Joe Archer, George Dagmar, Olga Pennington, Kitty Quinn, Doris Tindall, Ivv Goodwill, and others. PRICES: Stalls, 2/, 1/0, 1/: Gallen-, fld.

Saturday Nicht: Stalls 2/ and 1/0. Gallery 1/.

Reserved Scats: SIXPENCE EXTRA.

Direct from America, arriving per S.S. Makura.

First appearance here of

DAISY The Queen DAISY HARCOURT, 1LARCOURT. DAISY of DAISY HARCOURT, HARCOURT. DAISY Comedians. DAISY HARCOURT, n.ARCOURX,

From the Orpticum, New York, and

Tho Palace, London.

"RATIONAL AMPHITHEATRE.

AMATEUR TRIAL NIGHTS,

FRIDAY EVENINGS.

Aspiring A'audeville Artists ^call on Manager. En- gagements will be given U) Aspirants who prove satis- factory to Audience and Management.

,N.

A T 1 O N A L A M V 11 I T H E A T R E.

TO-MORROW (SUNDAY) NIGHT.

GRAND

RATIONAL SACKED CONCERT, A'OCAL, INSTRUMENTAL, AND PICTORIAL.

Doors open 7 p.m.

' _Dlrectlon,_A._JL_Slli;PAllD.

"A USTRALIAN ORCHESTRAL COLLEGE:

Direction Downs Johnstone. Ofllce and Studios,

Albert's Music AA'archoubc, 137-9 King-street, etty. " larsons Day or Evening, in the following subjects: PIANO, VIOLIN, 'CELLO. VIOLA, MANDOLINE,

THEORY, HARMONA-, COUNTERPOLN'T, CANON, FUGUE COMPOSITION, CHAMBER MUSIC, OR CHESTRATION, Voice Production, and % Singing. Special Engagement of Mr. ALFRED HILL, R.O.M.L.

(from the Rayai Conservatorium of Music, Lclpsic).

The AV'cll-known Musician, Conductor, and Composer,

Mr. Alfred Hill has been engaged as Principal

Teacher ami Supervisor to the

AUSTRAL ORCHESTRAL COLLEGE.

Mr. Hill is pre-eminently suited to (111 this important position, baring had five years' training at the world famous Leipslc Conservatorium. Mr. Hill Is well known throughout the colonies as a Conductor and Composer. Among other appointments lie conducted the Sidney Liedertafel for live years. His composi- tions "include "Hinemoa" Cantata, produced by the Sydney Philharmonic Society, under Slgnor Haion, "Maori Symphony," "Scotch Sonata" (Violin and piano), pla} ed by Ovide Miisin, the famous violinist, throughout his world's tour; lils operas, "A Moorish Maid" and "Tapu," the latter produced by Mr. J. C. AVilliamson; and his songs, snug by Madame Albani, AA'atVIn Mills, Kcnnerley ltiimfnrd, and Ada Crossley are too well known to need mention.

Mr. Hill will head the teaching staff at the College, and besides teaching himself will Btiporvfso tile work of the institution gencrallv, and conduct the ensemble classes, the Austral Orchestra, nnd Operatic Society.

Prospectus obtainable on application to ALBERT and SON, or College Ofllce (ground floor), Albert's Music AA'nrcliouse, King-street._

a THE AUSTRAL STUDENT'S SA'MPIIONA'

ORCHESTRA.

1 . Mr. ALFRED HILL, the eminent CONDUCTOR, COMPOSER, nnd TEACHER, having taken charge of this Orchestra has altered its aims and scope. It will now be considered ns an Orchestral class to prepare players for professional and large amateur Orchestra». Only the STANDARD OA'ERTORES. SUITES, SYM- PHONIES, etc., will be studied, mid particular atten- tion will bo paid to matters of TECIfNTQUE, TONE,

ATTACK, and PHRASING.

Student» other than those' belonging to the College may become members on payment of £1 Is per fenn. Applications for memliershlp Invited,

For Prospectus and nil information, nnply to College Olllce (ground (loor), Albert's Music Warehouse, King

street, city.

The capabilities of nil students tested by appoint-

ment tilth Mr. Alfred Hill.

s

Y D N E Y II I G n SCHOOL.

THE FIFTH ANNUAL DINNER

of the

OLD GIRLS OF THE SYDNEY HIGH SCHOOL

will be held at the

A.B.O. ROOMS

Tickets, 3/ each, moy bo obtained up till May 22nd at the Girls' High School, or from

N. NORRIS, lion. Sec.,

! ' Grassmere, Guildford,

RECORD REIGN HALL, St. .lolinVroad, Glebe,

TO-DAY. at 3 p.m.

DISPLAY OF BEAUTIFUL AV'ORIi, LACE, PLAIN SHAVING, and AVOOD-CARVING, etc.

JOSEPH ADDISON. J.P., L.I..C.M. (Gold Medallist),

A.L.C.M., Prof. Artistic Singing (in English or Italian), Operas, Concerts, Piano, Harmony. S.A.VT LISY, 470 Crown-fit. T.. 6S0 Pad. : and Paling's, Geo.-st. X\T. FRED. TAYLOR.-Piano, Violin. Singing, Voice VV Production, Mandolin, Theory of Music, etc. All hul'ijccts and exams. 12 Mount-street, North Sydney: and Adanis'-chainbers,_Georse;5treel. 'Phone, 1157 N.S. MUS1GÍAN, Prof., desires Ke-eng.igcinent, concerts,

boc, cigs., music I'"", e'e- M. Clark, AVni.-st P.O. BANJO Lessons.-Adv.- picking, tremolo, plectrum,

_t^^.jinod._B. Oreen, 37 (It. lliicltingliaiii-ht, Redf. Ï7ÏLOCUTION and A'oiee Production Classes, Technical iii College, llarris-st, Ultimo.-New Term, Thursday, Mav IS, 7 to 9 p.m. Syllabus. '

**> ' Miss GRACE STAFFORD,

130 Queen-street, Woollahra. Tel., Í5» Edgecliff.

AMUSEMENTS. rpiIE LYCEUM.

THE FATAL WEDDING*

THE FATAL WEDDING

rjMlE

MATINEE, TO-DAY, 2.30. MATINEE, TO-DAY, 2.3o!

oh )c parenls, uncle», punts, and guardians,

nnd bring

Hie Children to seo tile'

FAMOUS TIN CAN HAND. " AND A GREAT PROGRAMME.

Children, 3d, (k1. 1/. LYCEUM.

m,»»..»SSle Din--<;tion, C. SPENCER.

EVENING. 8¡ MAT., WED. and SAT., 2.30.

SPENCER'S THEATliESCOrE CO., SPENCER'S THEATHESCOPE CO.,

Tlie Home of Picture».

ALAS, 'TIS TRUE,

DESPITE THE

UNPARALLELED SUCCESS,

nnd owins to previous fixtures of

TUE FATAL WEDDING, TUE FATAL WEDDING,

and

TIN CAN BAND. TIN CAN BAND.

THE LAST NIGHTS Must be

THE LAST NIGHTS announced

THE LAST NIGHTS with regret. Lite is brief, and there must come »n end to all _. things. Tim» it happen»

THE LAST NIGHTS

THE LAST NIGHTS of

The Great and Popular Succès»,

THE FATAL WEDDING,

must Inevitably be heralded forth hi thc«e column«.

The Advent of thl» Achievement by .

Mr. 0. Spencer

marks a new era in Local Enterprise,

for which he is renowned. A laical Production

that lias been pronounced by

PRESS and PUHI.10

UNSUltPASSIil).

nURRY UP for

HURRY UP THE LAST NIGHT.

Book your Seals while there is yet time.

Don't Miss It.

Or You'll Miss a Treatl

LAST NIGHTS THE FATAL WEDDING LAST NIGHTS and

LAST NIGHTS TIN CAN BAND.

(By arrangement with Clarke and

Mcjncll Pty., Ltd.)

AND A HOST OF GEMS.

FULL ORCHESTRA AND GRAND PIPE ORGAN

ACCOMPANIMENT.

.r,RI,CTrS,!,2'' W 1/, 0d. Plan Paling's; after 10 o clock Milite Rose. Doors 7 o'clock: Oicrtiirc, 8.

_WE CHANGE ON MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS.

A MER1CAN IMCTUIUO'-ÄT^Eri^rii; "^ 303 PITT-STREET. 303.

Direction . WALTER BROWN.

OPEN ALL DAV, li A.M. TO 11 P.M. OPEN ALL DAY, II A.M. TO 11 P.M.

RIGHT AWAY IN THE LEAD.

Our Special Saturday Programme I» on TO-DAY.

New Pictures, combined with the latest Illustrated Songs, making up the best Entertainment in Svdnev.

We «replacing a Special Series on f«r Today'» Session«. 1-adles' mill Children are conlinllv invited. Our Dav Session« are now the talk ol Sydney. Come and see for

j ouiself.

POPULAR PRICE 3d, Circle 3d extra. FULL ORCHESTRA AND EFFECTS.

A Grand Special CONCERT held on SUNDAY NIGHT. .A LUAMUHA THEATRE, xx GEORGE-STREET. HAYMARKET.

CONTINUOUS PHOTO-PLAYS. 11 a.m. to" 11 p.m.

"CHECKMATE."

A Detective Story of Thrilling Interest,

BvJ Tlianhoiiser Coy,

RAPIDS OF MAGDAPIS,

Exciting. Coloured Scenic, bv Pnthc Frere».

THE RAJAH (A Sensation),

Bv Edison Cov.

BERTIE'S FLIRTATION,

A Screaming Comic, by Pathc Freres. ALL'S FAIR IN LOVE AND WAR, Charming Story, by Vltagraph Coy. WIFFLES LOSES HIS MONOCLE,

A Side-Splitter, by Patho Coy.

STALLS. 3d. CIRCLE. 6d._

J>OYAL PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY. J-" Conductor: Mr. JOSEPH BRADLEY.

PROSPECTUS, SEASON 1911.

SECOND SUBSCRIPTION CONCERT, .TUNE ti.

Selection from "Die Meistersinger" (Wagner), includ- ing "Pogner's Address," "Greeting to Han» Sachs," '?Priïc Song," Hans Sachs' Solo, and the Final Cliom».

Soprano Solo, "Let the Bright Seraphim" (Samson),

Handel,

MDLLE. ANTONIA DOLORES. MDLLE. ANTONIA DOLORES.

> MDLLE. ANTONIA DOLORES.

"Peer Oynt Suite" (Grieg), Coronation Anthem, "Zadok the Priest" (Handel).

"Shepherds' Farewell Chorus" (Childhood of Christ),

Berilo*, i

Introduction» 5th Act (King Manfred). Reinecke, etc. THIRD CONCERT, "ISRAEL IN EGYPT" (Handel).

FOURTH CONCERT, "SAMSON and DELILAH"

(Satnt-Sacns).

RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION.-Two Tickets (Reserved Seats) for the next Concert, and Three Tickets each for the Third nnd Fourth Concerts, for £1 1». Each extra Ticket for the Season, 10» Cd.

New Subscriber» accepted now.

Subscriptions may lie paid at the Rooking Office at Paling's, where interim receipt» will lie.issued.

W. JOHNSON,

Telephone. 697 Newtown._lion. Secretary.

T

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TO-NIGHT. TO-NTGnT. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT.

NICHOLAS J. GEHDE'S CONCERT.

Owing to thousands being unable to gain admittance to the Town Hall on Good Friday Night, Mr. Gehdc has been persuaded to present another Popular Concert

Programme.

"Students' Song" . Lacome

35 CATHEDRAL CHORISTER BOYS.

Crand Organ-(a) "Fanfare Militaire" . Ascher

; (b) "Turkish Patrol" . Michaelis

Miss LILIAN FROST.

"Maori Toi Song" ..... Alfred Hill

Mr. ERNEST ARCHER

(S.Z. Tenor).

Flute, "Barcarolle"._. Kranta

Mr. R. IRVINE.

"Abide with Mc" . Liddle

(With Organ Obbllgato by Miss Lilian Frost),

Miss VERA PARKER

(Queensland's Magnificent Contralto).

VUln, "Ecosse" . Monk

Miss IVY ALLEN, kA.Il.

Aria, "Carnival de Venice" . Benedict

Miss ELSIE B. PEERLESS.

"Spin Spin" . Jungst

"Care Killed a Cat" . Kingsmill

THE MEISTERSINGERS.

(Messrs. E. Archer, A. R. Richards, Roy Allen, and

N. J. Gehdc).

'Narcissus" . Nevin

(with echo effects by Alis» E. Peerless),

MASTER JACK HENDLKY.

GRAND ORGAN, GREAT STORM -

FANTASIA,

N. J. GEHDE

Hall in Darkness, Lightning Flashes, Thunder Crashes,

Wind Effects, Hidden Cltoruses, etc.

BY THE COMPOSER.

"Gipsy Laughing Song" . Glover

35 CATHEDRAL CHORISTER BOYa

(Soloists: .Masters Willie Hunter and B. Snow.)

Flute, "Allegro de Concert" . Tcrechak

Mr. R. IRVINE.

'Beloved, it is Mem". Aylward

Miss VERA PARKER.

Organ, "William Tell" (Overture) . Rossini

Mi» LILIAN FROST.

'The Message" . Blumcnthal

Mr. MAURICE CHENOWETH.

(By kind permission "Fanciful Follies" Management.)

Violon-(n) "Sehen»" . Van Coen

(b) "Souvenir" (request) . Drdla

Miss IVY ALLEN, L.A.B.

'Miserere" ("II Trovatore") . Verdi

Miss ELSIE B. PEERLESS.

(Troubadour, Mr. Maurice Chenoweth.)

Orean. "Andantino in D Flat" . Lcmalre

14 Miss LILIAN FROST.

'Nursery Rhymes". arr. by N. J. Ochde Misses ELSIE B. PEERLESS and I. MCPHERSON, Mr. MAURICE CHENOWETH, and THE MEISTERSINGERS.

POPULAR PRICES: 2/ (Reserved) and 1/. . PLAN and DAY SALE TICKETS at PALING'S.

DOORS OPEN AT 6.45.

NOTE.-Plan and Tickets at TOWN HALL This After

15

TMS CONSERVATOIRE.

TUITION In all INSTRUMENTS, SINGING,, and DRAMATIC ART. Term commences from FIRST LESSON. ._

FREE TUITION. '

SIMS ^CONSERVATOIRE has opened n voice-training Class for boys, aged 10 to 12. Free tuition to success- ful nf,pl''rants. Head voice system. Trial this morn in,-" 9.Ml to 12, or by appointment.

Interning pupils or their parents can obtain nil Illturina!¡nu and prospectus from the Directors,

CAPT. LOWTHER CLARK and JOHN VEITCH,

190 Pitt-street, Sydney (opp. Farmer's corner).

RST-J. A. DORRIE, !.. U.A.M.-Piano, Kimilng, Sight-reading, Aecom. _ 4_Eliaabctli-st,_Pad'lon. SYDNEY" "V O C'A L q V All T ET T E

(Male)

OPEN FOR ENGAGEMENTS.

Tel., S0S4 City._ Letters co. Paling'«.

HIGH-CLASS Tuition.-Correct Voice Production,

Song, Stage, Oratorio, Melin. Guest, 173 PItt-it.

AMUSEMENTS.

^ZEST'S PICTURES THEATRES.

"West's Appeal to the Understanding of Humanity,"

"nd

WESTS PICTURES DO NOT SHOW ON SUNDAYS. THE FALL OF TROY Princess and Palace, THE FALL OF TROY Mondar Nevt.

DAYLIGHT PICTORIAL MATINEES FOR CHILDREN. TO-DAY, AT 2.30, MATINEES,. TO-DAY, AT 2 " TO-DAY, AT 2.30, ; TO-DAY, AT 2 THE NEW PRINCESS '

THE NEW PRINCESS laite Bijou Theatre.

P.S.-A Flashlight Photo will be taken at the Princess

To-night hy Collins, Expert.

TO-DAY, TO-NIGHT POPULAR PALACE THEATRE. TO-DAY, TO-NIGHT POPULAR PALACE THEATRE.

COLOSSAL PEOPLE'S ENTERTAINMENTS BY COLOSSAL PEOPLE'S ENTERTAINMENTS BY COLOSSAL PEOPLE'S ENTERTAINMENTS BY

WEST'S PICTURES,

Best of All. AVEST'S PICTURES, Best of All.

AVEST'S PICTURES,,

COME ALONG TO-DAY AND TO-NIGHT AND SEE

THE TRIAL OF THE CAMORRISTS. -» Have you Seen the Stirring lxical Drama,

ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO? l ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO?

DE GROEN'S VICE-REGAL ORCHESTRAS.

Gd. 1/, 1/0, 2/. People's Prices. 2/. 1/9. 1/. and Od.

SEATS MAY BE SECURED AT .NICHOLSON'S.

SATURDAY NEXT, Box Plan at Nicholson'» SATURDAY NEXT, (2/0)

SATURDAY NEXT. On Tuesday Next,

AT THE MATINEE,

TOE ARRIVAL PER .WEST'S PICTURES

SIR HERBERT BEERBOHM TREE,

In

KING TIEiN'RY Aail.

"I advise you to consider that the Cardinal i» all

powerful."

¿N EPOCH-MAKING WEST'S EXCLUSIVE PICTURE, for it is the first permanent record of Hie great English A«or's ART. Garrick. Keen, Phelp«, Kcmble, Mrs. Siddins, to mention only a few, are but names in the "''"'I" of the people. TREE, BOURCHIER. MISS líí!!íÜT VANBRUOH, wlU, by means of WEST'S PIC TURU, live for all time in this wonderful represen-

tation of their ART.

NOTE THE BRILLIANT LONDON CAST:

hing Hcniy «II. ARTHUR ROURCHIER Cant nal Wolseley . Sir HERBERT TREE Cardinal Campelns (Legato from the Pope) S. A. Cookson Cranmer (Archbishop of Canterbury) .. Charles Fuller Duke of Norfolk . A. E. George

Duke of Buckingham . Basil Gill Duke of Suffolk . Edward O'Neill Earl of Surrey . Gerald Lawrence Lord Chamberlain . Edward Sa'ss Capucins .Francis Charnier

Lord Abcrgnvcnny . Clarence Derwent Surveyor to the Duke of Buckingham .... Acton Bond

Jester ..-. Hoss Shore Queen Katharine . Miss VIOLET VANBRUGH Anne Bolejn . Mita Laura Cowie An Old Lady . Jlr«. Chnrlr» Calvert Patience (Wnitlng Maid to Queen Katharine)

Miss Lila Harelay

Scenes: The Cloisters. The Banqiictlng-hall. Wolse- ley s Palace. Blackfriar's-ball. Ante-chamber, with adjoining chapel, Westminster Ahbev.

BOX PLAN AT NICHOLSON'S TUESDAY. "HENRY Vin." FILM AS AN EDUCATION.

The Proprietor« of West's Pictures, Limited, are pleased to announce a competition in connection with Sir Herbert Becrbohm Tree, an epoch-making produc- tion of "Henry VIII.," which should commend itself to the school children of Svdnrv and Suburb«.

They offer Five Guineas ( £5/5/) to either the Boy or Girl who writes the best 800 word« essay on the sub- ject of King Henry VIII., a» presented in We»C» Pic tures, cither at THE PRINCESS or PALACE THEATRE.

PRINCESS THEATRE

(LATE BIJOU),

PALACE THEATRE.

LAST NIGHT

of the Beautiful Anglo-Australian Drama, ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO,

ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO.

A Picture-Drama of Old-time Thrilling Romance.

In the old cells at Norfolk Island may he seen the following inscription:-"I, Jasper Hugh Lovel, here proclaim before God and man I am innocent. May God avenge me on mine enemy."

Woman's undying love in far-oil England saves him.

ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO.

Dresses, Scenery, Appointment», all superb.

The Finest Anglo-Australian Picture-Drama yet seen.

Artistes: Miss Harrie Ireland. Miss Louise Carliasse, Godfrey Cass, A. .1. Patrick, H. Scarlett, Harr}- Beau- mont, and other first-class talent.

Produced for the A.L.B. Co. hy

Mr. Gaston Mervale.

LAST NIGHT, AT WEST'S ONLY. LAST NIGHT.

J(lllll'fi THEATRE,

_ GEORGE and HARRIS STS.

Open all day from 11 a.m. to 11 p.nv*

At Popular Prices, 3d and 6<L

Included in TO-DAY'S PROGRAMME i»

The Latest American Drama of Business Life in

New York,

AGE v YOUTH.

Don't Miss this Wonderful Picture.

Every Young Business Man should See It, forming,

'as it doe», an Object-lesson for All Time.

TO-MORROW, Sunday, at 8 o'clock, will be «bown, for the first time in Sydney, the Ano Sacred Picture

CHRIST AMONG MEN.

jyrLLE. ANTONIA DOLORES,

whose New Zealand season ha» been a Triumphant Soe- ces«, extended hv «ix additional weeks of concerta, will return to Sydney on

TUESDAY, JUNE 6th,

and after singing with the Royal Philharmonic So- ciety will commence a Brief Return Tour of the

Commonwealth.

H. N. SOUTHWELL,

W. H. PALING and CO., Ltd.

T

OWN HALL, ST D NE Hon. Direction .-H. N. SOUTHWELL,

THE HOSPICE CONCERT THE HOSPICE CONCERT

Under the Distinguished Patronage and In the Puatuce

of Her Excellency the Countess of Dudley.

SATURDAY EVENING, 10th JUNE.

MLLE. ANTONIA DOLORES

bas gracionaly consented to sing.

MRS. ALEXANDER GORDON

(Miss Margaret Thomas).

PLAN AT PALING'S JUNE L

M*

H. N. SOUTH'

announces

A SERIES OF PIANOFORTE RECITALS

hy

MR. F. S. KELLY.

ST. JAMES' HALL,

JULY 4th, 8th. 13th.

.y.M.o.

A. HALL.

Direction . H. N. SOUTHWELL.

COMPLIMENTARY CONCERT TO

MISS MADGE HELLMRICH

(under kind patronage of Mile. Dolore»)..

WEDNESDAY, 24th MAY,

at 8 o'clock.

CHOICE CONCERT PROGRAMME.

Miss HELLMRICH will sing, and be assisted by Miss Kathleen Cumings. Miss Lynn .Villis, Mis« Ella James, Miss Dorothy Hellmrlcli, .Mr. Harry Nell, Mr. Bryce Carter, Mr. Harry Lesion, Mr. Dudley llcllmrich. Charles Larsen, Air. J. Tristram.

ADMISSION: 3« (Reserved), and 2s (Unreserved),

PLAN opens at Paling's NEXT WEDNESDAY, 17th.

WrANTED. MANDOLIN, BANJO, AND GUITAR STU VV DENTS, to learn the NEW QUICK EUROPEAN METHOD and LVTEST CONCERT SOLOS. Proficiency In a few month»,_Signor ROSSI. 33HA George-street. -»pSS ETHEL A. STEPHENS

¡AÍ. is now holding an

EXHIBITION OF HER PICTURES, at her STUDIO. KIHKETON-ROAD

(between Darlinglnifst-rond and Roscbank-strect),

froinJO to 5. ADMISSION FREE._ T=\ÖNTf miss Mrs. Haffenden-Smlth"'« Conocrt al yXJ Y.M.C.A. To-iuglit._]h^_la«t for lew weeks._ Cf,YDN"i:Y~ifiKCHESTRAL COLLEGE, Peel's Studio«, ,

io Hunter-street--Private Ivcssons daily, Mandolin. Violin, Guitar, Piano, Ranjo, Elocution, Singing, by FRANCIS B. PEEL, and Staff of leading Spoclalists.

MISS E. BINGHAM, L.L.C.M., good Accompanist,

Vac. pinno pis. Franeesville, 20 Cannon-st, P'sllam.

O'REILLYS, LTD., PIANOS.

TRUNFRTAAINhlFMAV (Clutsam heiloard) IiAPS IH-DIil lis supplie 1 li speeml wirrania lo his Milesti the hing the Fmperors of CUtAIANA AUSTRIA also His Holiness Till POPÍ rítese Pianos arc superior to an) )ot Imported to Austnlia Can be hil on the cosiest tcnns-ins.,

NO DEPOSIT, TROM 3/0 WEEKLY

N0 0ANVABSER8-N» CM,IXOT*RS H» GEORGE STREBT, NJUS OP«

AMÜSEMENTS.

T YRIO AND COLONIAL THEATRES. -*-* Direction . J. D. Williams.

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

PERFECTION IN PHOTO PLAYS.

YOUR ATTENTION, LADIES, PLEASE.

AFTERNOON PHOTO-PLAY PARTIES ARE THE RAGE

at .

THE LYRIC AND COLONIAL, No. 2,

TUE RENDEZVOUS ot the SMART SET.

.American and English Mees of Admission.

STALLS, CIRCLE,

3d. 6d.

The performance

QOM

ING1 COMING! NEXT MONDAY.-MAY 15th.

LYRIC THEATRE.

A GIGANTIC PRODUCTION IN ADDITION TO THE

USUAL PROGRAMME. _^

A MASTERPIECE IN PHOTO-PLAY PRODUCTION.

ABSOLUTELY' ONE OF THE GREATEST

EA'ER SHOWN.

THE FALL OP TROY.

IN SOME SCENES THERE ARE OA'ER

EIGHT HUNDRED ACTORS.

The realism of every scene, particularly those which show the destruction of Troy, is marvellously depicted.

SYNOPSIS.-PART I.

PROLOGUE-Homer sings to the Greeks o< lk<

exploit« of the Heroes of the Trojsn AA'ar.

Mcnclaus, King of Sparta, takes leave of his wife, Helen. Paris, son of Priam, King of Troy, comes as Am-

bassador to the Court of Mrnelaus.

The loie of Paris for Helen.

Paris carries away Helen with the help of Venus,

Goddess of Love. ,

Menclaus hears of lils loss, and declares war on Troy. The Siege of Troy. The Assault of the Greeks repelled.

Al'oitdroua scenes of attack and defence.

PART IL

The Greeks begin to return to their country, leaving

under the AA'alls of Troy an enormous wooden horse. The Trojans, thinking the Greeks will not return, carry

the horse into the town.

Part of the wall is dismantled for this purpose.

Tile Greeks learn from a spy the success of their

stratagem, and return in their galleys.

\Ararriors emerge from the horse at night, and set the

town on fire.

The Greeks enter by the dismantled gale.

The Trojans put to the sword.

Paris and Helen turvey the burning cit>. A nondrons

staging.

Mcnclaus slays Paris. The end of Troy. Fall of the

King's Palace.

THE FINEST SCENE EVER FILMED.

IF. YOU MISS SEEING THIS PHOTO-PLAY' YOU MISS SEEING ONE OF THE MOST MARVELLOUS AND REAMSTIO PRODUCTIONS EVER SHOWN.

MANAGERIAL NOTE.-AA'c would again draw the public's attention to the fact that our prices of admis sion arc the same as charged in America and England. AA'c guaranteed the public that with their support we would show everything that was good in Photo-play productions. That we have kept our word is proven by our thousands of regular patrons.

WHY PAY TWICE OUR PRICES OF ADMISSION

TO SEE AA1IAT AVE SI10AV AT MODERN ENTERPRISE PRICEST

gOUSA AND HIS «AND.

THE

SODSA MARCH ALBUM,

rrice, 1/ Net,

1/1 Posted

Containing the following

Enormously Popular Marches, famous everywhere:

WASHINGTON POST MARCH. LIBERTY BELL MARCH.

HIGH SCHOOL CADETS MARCH. MANHATTAN BEACH MARCH. BELLE OF CHICAGO MARCH. OCCIDENTAL MARCH.

CORCORAN CADETS MARCH. GLADIATOR MARCH.

WOLA-ERINE MARCH.

RIGHT FORAA'ARD MARCH.

This Album has already had a great sale, and will be In great demand during Mr. Sousa's Tour in

It is full music site, and has an Illustrated title page bearing Mr. Sousa's photograph.

Published by

CHAPPELL and CO., Ltd.,

Melbourne. London, and New York. Copies obtainable at _

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

SYDNEY, BRISBANE. NEWCASTLE, and

TOOAA'OOMBA.

AMUSEMENTS.

SOUSA'S BAND. SOUSA'S BAND. S0U3A'8 Î

SOUSA'S BAND. SOUSA'S BAND. SOUSA'S

SOUSA'S BAND. SOUSA'S BAND, SOUSA'S '

SOUSA'S a

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SOUSA'S TOWN HALL. SYDN'EY.

SOUSA'S

SOUSA'S - SOUSA'S

SOUSA'S Edward Branscombe, Ltd., Présenla

SOUSA'S

SOÜSA, SOUSA, , SOUSA,

SOUSA,

the World's Greatest Bandmaattr,

and hi»

BAND OF SIXTY, BAND OF SIXTY, > "BAND OF SIXTY;

BAND OF SIXTY,

FOR A FEW NIGHTS ONLY. FOR A FEW NIGHTS ONLY.

Commencing

MONDAY NEXT,

16lh MAY, AT 8 P.M.

MATINEES, WEDNESDAY and

SATURDAY NEXT. SOUSA'S SOUSA'S SOUSA'S SOUSA'S SOUSA'S SOUSA'S SOUSA'S SOUSA'S SOUSA'S SOUSA'S SOUSA'S SOUSA'S SOUSA'S SOUSA'S SOUSA'S SOUSA'S sousa's SOUSA'S SOUSA'S SOUSA'S SOUSA'S SOUSA'S SOUSA'S SOUSA'S SOUSA'S SOUSA'S SOUSA'S SOUSA'S SOUSA'S

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Sonsa i» one of the World'«

Great Persomlltles at the head o!

the 1/ugest and Finest Band that has errr

appeared in Australia,

THE PLANS ARE FILUNtl. THE PLAN'S ARE FILLIM1. THE PUNS ARE F1LLINQ.

Sousa's Band will play Work«

by Tkchalkowaky,

Wagner.

Liszt,

Suppe,

naidnWcstnwjw Etc., Etc., Etc.

Also.

WALTZES, WALTZES, WVLT7KS, WALTZES, WVLTZES, WALTZES,

and hi« own Famous MARCHES,

MARCHES,

MARCRES

Solos by:

MISS VIRGINIA ROOT

(Soprano),

Mis» NICOLINE ZEDELER

(Violin),

and

Mr. HERBERT L. CUREE

(The World'» Premier Cornctttst).

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