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TIIE PEOPLE'S WHISKY.

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I Small Flnvks V.

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1 MARKET-STREET, NEA V Gl'OKúi: STREIT.

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AMUSEMENTS [EMPIRE THETTEe'

OKFOBD-STltElT HY DI PARK. PICTURES ANT) VAUDEA II LI"

Change of Programme Mondavs and Thursdays.

" - TO NICHT

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OPIT« ALL D Al 11 A M TO 11 P M OPIN ALI DA\ It AM TO 11 I M OPiN ALL DAA 31 AM TO II I M

OR* AT CHANCE Oh IH0GRAMM1

NEAV PICTURES, M-W II ILSTR ATLD SONGS NPW PlcrURFb NT-W ILLUSPRAIM) SONOS NEW 1 ICTURES. NLW li LLSTR APED SONCS.

Every Item on Programme guinu tcul up to o ir usuiî standard which is recognised as the absolute best m Svdncv 11o Spcchl Day Scssiois ir still drawing the lidies ind Uiildriii Ihoso who luve lot vit

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TWO SHOWS NIOHTLi ", 9 p ni Pnces fld and Id - OWN HALL SYDNFY

T

MOND AY MIDD AY ORGAN UlCITAL.

The Usual MONDAY MIDDAY ORGAN RECITAL will bo held in tl|c Town TIill Sydney on MONDAA

21th instant, from 115 p ni till 1 U p m., when the City Organist Mr 1 RNLST TRUMAN ARCO, Lejpsic, 1LC.M. will preside at the Organ.

, ADAD.SS10N~rRI-L.

" CIIILDREN IN ARMS NOT ADAHTTED

THOMAS IL NLSBIT

lown Cleric Town Hall Svdney,

"nd Apnl 1011

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¡HORAL- ASSOCIATION Oh NEW SOUTH AVALES.

GRAND CONCERT

1TRST CLASS PROCRAMML

TO NIGHT

PROTESTANT I!>ALI G AST LEREACH STREIT ADMISSION 1/

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USTRALIAN 1ROTTINC CLLB on VIUORIA

l'ARlv RACFCOURSI 10DAA _

mms ATTERNOON, THIS APIERNOON

(MOND AY}

AND EVERY ArTTRNOON TIUS WFEIv AT 3 S¡

WEATHFR PLRM1TTCNG

HAMMOND, THE rLYJNG MAiV

ASCOT RACECOURSE.

THE BRISTOL BIPLANE'

Propnetors Tim British ind Colonial Aeroplane Co ,

Bristol England (Sydney ]« Smitli uianatcr)

GRANDSTAND 5/, LEGER, 2/6.

GATES OPEN AT 3 O CLOOK

SPECIAL (Botany) TRAMS from Circular Quay along Elizabeth street and from Hailw iy square direct to patea of 1 lylnfe Ground rctiinunj, at short interval».

IMPORT ANT >OTICE,

Should tile went her conditions i rove unfavoumblc Ulis ?ftcrnoon making it necessary to postpone the flight.

A 1LAG WILL BE 1LOWN

at the following Central Points -

BALrOUR HOTEL corner King and Elizabeth Blrcets. GRAND HOT1L George street opt Railway Station PARAGON HOTLL opposite terries Circular Quay

Management 1 AND \ TAIT_

Victona Pirk

_ic_fr m RIw) Stn Id

rJU.XvJ.LRSALL S CLUB, SIDNEi

MU' RACE MEETING

(Registered )

SATURDAl.üoüi MAI, 1911

A J C Rules By laws and Regulations.

THL HURDL1 RACr a handicap swcopsüikcs of "i

sovs. each for starters, willi 125 sovs ndded second horse 20 sovs and third horse 10 sovs. from the prize about two miles. Ihe winner of any hurdle race alter the declaration of the weights to carry iib I eiiulty 1

TIH FLYING HANDICAP n handicap sweepstakes of

5 sovs each for starters with 2a0 sovs id Iel bccond horse SO sovs. and third horse 20 sovs from the pnze six furlongs rho winner of at y handicap i ice lifter ti c declaration of the weights to carry 301b penalty

TAlTllfSAU S bl Aiv.1 S a handicap sweepstakes of

3 bOVB each for starters nilli 150 sovs. added

second horse la sovs. und third horse 10 sovs, from tile pnze for 11 horses wldch have not re ceived a sui i excec lu g 50 sovs. out of my one mee at time of sUirtlm, horses lo be ridden by apprentices who have not ridden five winners one

mile

TWO YF AR OLD I! ANDIC AI n li redleap sweepstakes

of 5 sovs each for surfers will 250 sovs idded second horse 30 sovs ud third horse 20 sovs from tie prize for two v ears oil the winner of nnv handicap race after the deelir tion of the weights to carry 1011 penalty siv. f irlongs.

THE AA INI Lit STAELS i hai dicip sweepstakes n[ -

sovs e c1 for st, rters vv th a0 sovs ad led iecond hot e 10 sovs ai 1 third horse 0 sovu from Gie prize tie wnner of any In heap race after ti e deciarntio of U c vedilla to o. rry lb I enalty one ni I a q irter i II

THE WLLli R UANDICAl a 1 in heap sw ecpstakes of I

sovs eacl for stirtcrs vitl *>uo bo-b id le 1

second 1 or*e 10 sovs a 1 ti ird horse °0 sovs fro ii the nrze lowest wilt 7st II the v mi r I u y liai d cap r ce all r ti e déclaration of ti c weights to carry lb p illy on i lie

The CoiunittcL of iatters. 11 s Cb b re ene the r "ht. to refuse my e tri

FNUtll-S for tie above races aro to be mnde nth the undersitnel 1 fore 1 | i oí MONDAA 1st M y

1911 IA eights to le de 1 r d oi «eli day as ti o Committee i lay a| point No ci try v 11 bL ncreplc 1 unless acconpincl I Ile letessry let I i trmee for each rice ON I SOA 1 I 1 ION

J B 01 H 1 1 hoc . T "?<. s 11 s C1 il Pitt street

TriCrORl A I ARK 11 ACI I ObliSI rODAi Bet V trotters and 1 irers n t omi oi vealth compet i g

Canterbury _i_ariv races

SATURDAi VAY 0 1011

HURDrr RACF SO sovs About Two Miles MUNG HANDICAP ti sovs S x I urloi gs

STLWARDS Mill bO s s 1 o v st v ei(.ht st 71b PARh SI AlvUS SU sovs On AI I

CANTrRBUl A IIANDIC P 100 sovs Oí o Aule in 1

quirter ind 10( s Jf Il ' ror full pall

SHORTS )I ANDU \P u sovs I owebt weicht ¡>si

Si\ I i rlot gs

J«TRI1S CI Obi Al 1 I M THIS l)Ai Aprl "I Uli

* fcecrctutv

i~ALONTARI_PI 1 ASI RI CROt NUS lo I I 1 HI V^ rillSIlAtrM SIlOl a I < AllltINC IIIMISI

logetlur vtith Cottigc 1 i parti il s pi ly H In au New Ferry Conq ai y 1 rskl c str et S dn y

A' ÜS1RALIAN IIIOiriVG C1 UB 01 AICIORIA

PARK RACECOURSL IO BAA

AMUSEMENTS.

T. C. WILLIAMSON'S ATTRACTIONS.

UHR MAJESTY'S, THIS EVENING, AT 7.45.

MATIVEES, WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY, MATINEES, WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY,

at 1,45 p.m. Pantomime,

JACK AND THE BEANSTALK.

"STUPENDOUS." '

Ro\ rim at Pnling's (ill 5 p.m., thereafter at Theatre Olllcc, Al irkct-atrcel.

THEATRE ROYAL. EVERY EVENING AT 7.45.

MATINEE EVERY WEDNESDAY.

THE ROYAL COMIC OPERA COMPANY,

In the Brilliantly Succcsjlul

Musical Comedy,

OUR MISS GIBBS.-) "WELL IN THE BOOM."

Boj Plans at Taling's till 6 p.m., thereafter at Row's, King street.

J. O. WILLIAMSON, Ltd.

G

RAND FAREWELL

TESTIMONIAL MATTNEE,

TO BE TENDERED BY MESSRS. J. a WILLIAMSON,

Ltd.,

" GERARD COVENTRY, ESQ.

HER MAJESTY'S '

HER MAJESTY'S TUESDAY AFTERNOON, MAY Ï,

UNIQUE PROGRAMME,

in which will lie nssocintcd the leading artists ol all

the theatrical companies at present in S.vdney.

Principals, Chorus, and Ballet of Mr. J. C. William- son's Pantomime,Company-, m Brilliant Scenes from

JACK AM) THE BEANSTALK.

The rnvountes of the Rojal Comic Opera Company, in Leading Features from

OUR MISS GIBBS.

Third Act from the l'on ci ful Drama,

THE WOMAN IN THE CASE.

(By kind permission of Mears. Clarke and Meyncll

Pty., Ltd., aim George Willoughby, Esq.)

The Incomparable Conjuier and Card Manipulator,

LEIPZIG

(By kind permission of Harrv Rickards, Esq.). Tlie Musical Two, ?>

HARLAND and ROLLISON

(By Und permission oí Brcnnan's Amphitheatres. Ltd.)

Scene from Sensational Bedroom Drama,

THE BAD GIRL OF THE FAMILY

(By kind permission ot Messrs. George Marlow, Ltd.).

England's Leading Comcdiau,

BERT GILBERT. Two Returned ravourites

MABELLE MORGAN, WILLIAM LE BRUN. And'Many Other Interesting Attractions.

PRICES AS USUAL.

BOX PLAN at PALING'S TO-MORROW, at 0.S0.

Tickets now on Sale at Paling'«, Searls', Callose's (Market-street), and Row's (Kins-street).

DA Ñ Ö" ï Ñ 07.

PERFECT WALTZING, THE TWO-STEP, ETC.

MR. AND MRS. ROBERTS,

(Members ot the British Association of Teachers o!

Dancing, LONDON),

RECEIVE rUPILS Morning, Afternoon, and Evening. STRICTLY PRIVATE LEiSONS (special advantages). SUPERIOR CLASSES AVAILABLE FOR BEGINNERS.

Commodious and centrally-situated Rooms.

JO PHILLIP-STREET, AND ST. JAMES' HALL.

Afternoon, at 8 30. Also EVERA' Monday and Wednes- day Evening, at 8. All particulars. 100 Phillip-street

|"ACK AND THE BEANSTALK.

' * »' ALL THE _ , SONGS, SOLOS, AND DANCE MUSIC .'

MAY BE HAD AT

PALING'S,

S38 GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY.

rjl I V O L 1 T H E A T R E.|

Sole Proprietor and Manager-Mr. Harry Rickards. Treasurer . Mr. Edward Maas.

THE RECOGNISED HOME OK" 11 IK STARS.

NEXT GRAND MATINEE, WEDNESDAY, AT 2.20.

THE .ORIGINAL ENGLISH PROTEAN ACTOR.

MR. n. A. ROBERTS,

In his latest and most elaborate sketch, entitled

CRUEL COPP1NGER.

A Romantic Pirate Story of the ISth Century. Direct from America, and Brilliant Success of

BLACK AND WHITE.

Just Two Girls, Lady Novelty Acrobats.

Continued success of our star artists,

MISS PEGGY PRYDE,

LEIPZIG, The Incomparable Conjurer.

TOM DAWSON, VAUDE AND VERNE,

CUAS. LILBURN,

And all Mr. Rickards' Great linster Company.

PRICES: 3/ and 1/; Booked Scats, 1/ extra. Early Doors, 1/ extra. Box Plan nt Paling's, George-street. _General Malinger, JOHN O. LEETE.

MISS ETHEL CLIFFORD, l8 yrs.' stage otp., Tchr.

of all Stage, Step Dancing. THEATRICAL CLASS SATURDAY. 2.30, on Model of London Schools. Prlv. lesson* any hour. l.O.O.F. Temple, Eliznhetli-st, city.

T

HE TALK OF SYDNEA". ->

.THE AVOMAN IV TnE CASE."

pJjRITERION THEATRE.

Lessee .-FRANK MUSGROVE.

CLARKE AND MEYNELL PTY., LTD., SEASON.

"TnE WOMAN IN THE CASE." "THE WOMAN IN THE CASE." "THE WOMAN IN THE CASE."

CLARKE and MEYNELL'S DRAMATIC PRODUCTION,

in Conjunction with GEORGE WILLOUGHBY,

Three acts and a quarter of virile acting, with all the ensity and power of dramatic art that go to make a production '

REAL LIFE ON THE STAGE.

"TnE AVOMAN IN THE CASE,"

and maybe, -if yon or your wife needs it, you can each leam from it a ,useful lesson or two.

A MAGNIFICENT CAST,

Headed by

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

The riay Produced by GEORGE WILLOUGHBY.

BOX PLAN AT ELVY'S.

Prices: Reserved Stalls, Booking fl/, at door 6/; D.C., Booking and at Theatre, 5/; Stalls, 3/; Gallery, 1/; Early Door, 1/ extra. Day Sale, AVliitc Rose. Child

'in anns not admitted.

PA li Iv RACECOURSE TO-DAY.

j^ASHIO NABLE DANCING.

' Miss SCOTT'S CLASSES. CITY CLASSES

CHRISP CHURCH-HALL,

Opposite Railway, near Marcus Clark'«, Ltd.

FRIDAY EVENING.

MANCHESTER UNITY HALL, Elizabeth-street.

FRIDAY AFTERNOON.

PETERSHAM TOWN li ALL

MONDAY and AVEDSLSDAY EVENINGS. SATURDAY MORNING.

INTERVIEWS at nny lime bv appointment or at

MANCHESTER UNITY II ALL,

MONDAYS AND WEDNiSDAVS, 12 till 2 o'clock.

M

Î. D. HENRY STEWART, L. Mils.,

piton ».soil or pianoforte,

SINGING AND THEORY (All Branches),

l.'ESl MES 'iriTION TO ])VY.

All Es..ms. Popnlit Mitlin.l for Adolfs.

Uli CAVENDISH VTIIE-ET. ,ST VNAIOHE.

rpilE ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS AND AQUARIUM.

Open n.-,0 Iii! 'lill! «irk Days,

Sulldijs, 2 till 5 p.m.

I7AÄ1RYLÄND-TRII', Uppoi ~Lnnp"CoTo,~from NOT ?

? Jetty, 10 a.in.. Ï p.iii , lied. F.ire, Is; ChlL, Od. VICIORIA PARK RACECOURSE TO-DAY."" Best

Trotters and Pacers in Commonwealth competing

AMUSEMENTS.

j^ D E L P li I T n E A T R E.

Direction and i Management, GEORGE MAR1.0AV, Ltd.

General Ahunger, CHRISTIU SIMONSENS

Treasurer, etc., DUNCAN* NEVEN.

SYDNEY'S GREATEST, NEWTST, AND MOST

POPULAR PLAYHOUSE,

EVEUX EVENING AT 7. H.

THE B1GOEST DRAMATIC «OOM IN

SYDNEY;.

Tlie Sensational nnd Rcmiirknble Bedroom Drama, which is creating intense Eulin slusm Nightly, which ran In LONDON for over COO Nights, and lias created Records nil .over Australia,

THE BAD GIRL OP THE FAMILY.

THE BAD GIRL OF THE FAMILY.

As so Brilliantly Interpreted and Goigeously Mounted |

by the

GEORGE MARLOW DRAMATIC CO.

A Magnificent Theatre.

A Brilliant Production.

Great Galaxy of Artists.

SEE THE SnOP GIRLS' DOHAI1TORA'.

The Greatest Bedroom Scene Ever Staged.

FOUR ACTS AND EIGHTEEN' SCENES. "

ONE SUCCESSION OF THRILLING SITUATIONS.

A Gorgeous Array of Tableaux and Effect«

A Clear A'icw and a Comfortable Scat Guaranteed

Ev cry' Patron.

POPULAR PRICES: S/, 2/, and 1/. Early Door Tickets, (k1 extra, obtainable at AVlilte Rose, Pitt-st, and Adelphi Theatre Cafe, mid at Chamberlain Library,

120 Pitt-st.

BOX PLAN at ELVY'S, RESERVIS, 1/.

N

ATIONAL AMPHITHEATRE.

Solo Proprietors, BRENNAN'S .AiirnTTnEATRES, LTD. Governing Director . Mr. Jtunca Brcunan.

EA'ERY EVr-NING.

ilATTNEES, WEDNESDAYS, SATURDAYS, AiTD

HOLIDAYS.

BRENNAND

VAUDEVILLE ENTERTAINERS.

ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY, For the First Time in Australia.

DE A'lLLIERS, DE VILLIERS, DE VILLIERS, DE A1LLIEHS,

The Merry AVtard. ' Reappearance of

ARMSTRONG AND VERNE, A Conglomeration ARMSTRONG AND VERNE, of

ARMSTRONG AND VERNE, Frivolity.

ILVRLAND AND ROLLISONÎ "The Musical Two," H MILANO AND ROLLLSON.

HARLAND AND R0LL1S0N. HANCO,

11ANCO, The Croat,

11ANCO, In his Glass Tank Mystery.

NEW TACES. NEW ARTIST«,

linda Davis, Kitty Quinn, Queenie Paul-Lewis Trio. The Tit Bits, Clare Lloyd. Joe Gilbert, Dons-Tindal!. Charles Pope, Alf. Verne, Joe Archer, Joe A'oroc, James

Croydon, AValter VV'hytc, The Favourite Tenor.

PRICES: Stalls, 2/. 1/0, 1/; Gallery, (Id.

SATURDAY NIGHT: Stalls, 2/, 1/0: Gallery, 1/. RirSEEVEl) SEATS, SIXPENCE ENTILA.

-VTATIOXAL A M P 11 I T II E A T RE.

-IX . AMATEUR TRIAL NIGHTS,

EVERY FRIDAY EVENING.

Aspiring Vaudeville Artistes, call on the Manager. Engagements will be given to Aspirants viho prove satisfactory to audience and management_

L

,AST TWO WEEKS ' LAST TWO AVEEKS

of

wnmi Bros.' circus. GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH.

PRINCE ALPRED TARK.

EVERY EVENING, AT S O'CLOCK.

Doora Open One nour Earlier.

THIS SEASON'S STUPENDOUS ORGANISATION IS

THE BIGGEST AND MOST EXPENSIVE IN THE ANNALS OF AUSTRALIAN CIRCUS HISTORY.

EVERYTHING NEW.

ALL NEWTVRTISTS.

the enormous African Biood-svve'ating Hippopotamus,

, the only live IHpuapolmnui In Australia.

.^ Costing Wlrth Bros. £1250.- " '

MATINEES. WEDNESDAYS AND1 SATURDAYS, AND

ALL HOLIDAYS.

PRICES: 3/, 21, V; CHILDREN HALF-PRICE, cicept

to Gallery, which is full price to everyone.

RESERVED CHAIRS, 4/. BOX PLAN AT PALING'S. VICTORIA PARK RACECOURSE, on which AUSTRA

I.IAN TROTTIXC CLUB RACE TO-DAY._ UAUAM'S COACHES Run Daily, Tarana, Oberon,

and Jenolan Cave».

CHEAPEST FARES.

' All communications promptly attended to.

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ENLARGED AND BEAUTIFULLY FRAMED

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

m w. ""," " -kino- a snccial taster offer, which for the convenience of country visitors and others wi'l We arc now n iking a speel al taster our, to ^^ our ^^ ^ c

b0 ^'"tluitdwelave gisÀthe str.cUst a tention to the smallest detail and can positiv,ly promise g.on??íly«hí». of the wo^from the taking of the photograph to the de verv of the fin shed pictures, t,IUitÍ ^Uve the same artMicSre and skilful treatment as though the full ordinary price had been paid, «i* work vnll be our verybest, and will prove a pleasure to our customers, and a credit to our good

namC ,N"m-n io «s follow S -12 Beautifully Artistic Portraits and an Enlargement framed in a

OUR 0FFT ISniS Se (or 21/ T''"= "* alM ° nuraber ol oth,!r Fra"1<a' to "DCJ m<>u,dinKs Bplçndid three ply Oik I ~»ie (or h;J' j.om." choice without «tra cliargc The Enlargement »hen framed a,'hett«EthantiTc supplied brime studios at from two ïb three guineas each, but without cabinet phot>

ÎLnlis This is a most man cllou» offer L""""

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\1CE REGAL

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We now take rhotographs

in any weather

W'c send Photographers to any address for interior or exterior photographs, por traits, or groups, or animals.

THE

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BAUMANN'S CAFE, 102 PITT-STREET, SYDNEY.

AMUSEMENTS. rjMTE LYCEUM.

cole Direction, -0. Spencer.

Lvemu* S; Mat., Wed. and SatT, ï~30.

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

The Abode of Pictorial Perfretlon,

lu tho Home of Pictures.

TONIGHT. TO-NiailT.

THEODORE KREMER'R FAMOUS WORLD-WIDE

THE FATAL WEDDING THE FATAL WFOD1NG THE FATAL WEDDING

(By arrangements .willi Clarke mid Meyncll Pty., Ltd)

lnlroducmp tile

AVELL-KNOWN AND EVEll-TO-UE-REJIEAIBERED

TIN CAN BAND. TIN CAN BAM>,

BY 100 CHILDREN. SPLENDID,

REALISTIC,

_ SUPERB. Ti.» m^J!,-!.1!0"1 'icV.,e,»enl,"nt oi s,IcMt I1n"«a

The Illustration of Per ectio.i in Alotlon Photography.

Hie llcitUstlc Idealism of

«."""., , lr- c,- SP^mer's I.uterprl-c.

Maged and secured »t uti enormoin expense by him.

An Australian Production in its Entirety. AUSTRALIAN EXPERTS*

AUSTR VL1AN ARTISTS.

AUSTRALIAN CINEMATOGRAPnCRS.

AN ENTERTAINMENT AX ENTERTAINMENT

t .1 m. j That r«t»

In tile Shade

e. . . . A11 Others, who fade beneath the splendour of

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which are Sans Reproche and which will never grow

dim,

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Being a Household Word. nARK TO TUE JOY BELLS I ' HARK TO THE JOY BELLSI

' That Ring Forth

THEIR PRAISE. THEIR PRA1AE.

The Famous

TIN CAN 11 VXD, By 100 Children.

TUE ABSOLUTE BEAU IDEAL OF REAL1SAL

TO-NIGHT, "Even- Evening,

TO-NIGHT, and

TO-NIGHT, Matinees.

THE FATAL AVEDD1NG,

And a well-selected Variety of Subjects.

TUI.L ORCHESTRA AND

CRAND PIPE ORO AN ACCOMPANIMENT.

PRICES: 2/, 1/6, 1/, (VI, Plan. Taline,'». D hales, White Ilote. Doors 7.15. Overture, S.

WE CHANGE MOND AYS AND THURSDAYS.

^ L n A M B R A THEATRE.

" GEORGE-STREET, HAYMARKET.

DIRECTION .ALHAMBRA THEATRE, LTD.

CONTINUOUS THOTO. PLAYS. CONTINUOUS PHOTO. PLAYS.

CONTINUOUS PHOTO. PLAA-S. CONTINUOUS PHOTO. PLAYS.

10 A.M. TO U P.M.

CAN, ENGLISn, AND

FILAIS.

FULL ORCIIESTRA.

BI-WEEKLY CHANGE OF PROGRAMME.

POPULAR PRICES:

STALLS, 3d; CIRCLE, Gd.

"[DIJOU THEATRE.

THE GREATEST Of ALL HOLIDAY ATTRACTIONS

at

TnE BEAUTIFUL BIJOU PICTURES.

MATINEE, TO-NIGHT,

MATINEE,' at 2.30. TO-NIGHT, ~ at Si

MATINEE, TO-NIGHT, t GREATEST PROGRAMME IN THE CITY,

Including

THE REDEEMED iJRIMTNAL.

Od, Is, Is fid. People's Prices. Od, Is, Is «d.

HOTEL STEA'NE, MANLY.-Eiccllcnc Luncn ana

Dinner. Dall} and Sunday». « mile to Coif Links. -TTÎCT0R1A PARK, RACECOURSE TO BAA-. Bom Y Trotters and Pacers In Commonwealth competing.

Best

?3 and Pa'rers In Commonwealth compelí

ÏANTST.

"?'VTED, flrat-cllss A'ARIETY PLAN1ST.

.his morning.

PHILIP i.iTTPN, Queen's Hall.

AMUSEMENTS. T

HE ENTERPRISES OF. AAXST'S PICTURES.

PALACE THEATRE,

PALACE THEATRE, TO-NIGHT, al S.

TO-NIGHT, at S. GLACIARIUM.

GLACIARIUM.

DON'T TAKE ANYBODY'S WORD FOR IT. But Como Along and Convince Y'oursolf that

WEST'S PICTURES LIFE rORTRAYALS

ARE BEST OF ALL, AND SEED NO PUrF.

to-night, PALACE THEATRE .to-night. TO-NIGHT, TO-NIGHT.

TO-NIGHT; AND THE TONIGHT* TO-NIGHT, r-nwtm TO-NIGHT.

TO-NIGHT.

TONIGHT, GREAT

tonight, GLACiAitrinr to-night. TO-NiailT, Ujj.íí.oi.íA1UU.uL TO-NIGHT,

THE~

EXCELLENCE OF WEST'S PICTURES

Conquers, Commands, and Controla

NIGHTLY ATTENDANCES OF THOUSANDS.

LONDON'S PROGRAMME ARRIVES TO-DAY,

mid

SEEN TO-NIGHT AT WEST'S PICTURES.

A Fascinating Picture,

Beauty by Biograph of Fairy Engländers

EIGHT IN TILE WINDOW, LIGHT IN OTE WINDOW,

The Star Dramatic of the W'cek.

, In Addition.

All the Superior Pictures of the Day.

Showing Only

THE VERY LATEST, GREATEST, AND BEST OF ALL.

v Also,

DE GROEÎPS VICE-REGAL ORCHESTRAS.

REMEMBER, WEST'S PICTURES,

At

PALACE THEATRE GLAClARIt PALACE THEATRE, TO-WGHT. GL.ACIAHIU

PEOPLE'S PRICES: 1/6, 1/, and «d.

SEATS SECURED ATNlCHOLSON'S, 2s.

]\TORTH SYDNEY COLISEUM,

RIDGE AND MILLER STREETS. '

DIRECTION .... NORTH SA'DNEY COLISEUM, LTD.

ROLLER SKATING SEASON, 1011. ROLLER SKATING SEASON, lull' ROLLER SKATING SEASON, 1011.

THREE SESSIONS DAILY. MUSIO ALL SESSIONS.

INSTRUCTION FREE. '

ADMISSION: Od; SKATES OR FLOOR AGE, 1/,

COLISEUM THEATRE.

SPECIAL NOTICE.

The Management have decided to reduce the tariff I so as to bring the Theatre in line with modem popular |

enterprises.

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

.\rlCTORIA PARK RACECOURSE, on which AUSTRA

> LIAN TROTTING CLUB RACE TO-DAY._

TURNER BROS.' ELITE SKATING RINK,

late Trocadero, King-street, Newtown.

TUREE SESSIONS DAILY. Music Each Session.

GRAND FRUIT, FLOWER, and A'EGETABLE

CARNIVAL.

Fancv nnd Evening Dress allowed on Floor.

AVEDNISDAY NEXT, AP1UL 20.

A TURNER BICVCLE, value £12 10s, for most Popular

Costume on the Floor.

Handsome Prlrrs for many other Even be

Doors open 7.30 p.m.

Admission: Skaters. 2s; Spectators, la._ VjriOTORIA PARK RACECOURSE TO-DAY. .Best

Trotters mid Pacers in Commonwealth competing. ANJO Tuition, «lfthc advanced styles from "

Allan ' Owen, 01 Shephcrd-st, Marrickville._ WALLY SMTTn, Australia's Premier Teacher of Clog,

Buck, Sand, Wait«, and Eccrntrtc Dancing. The only" school where you can lw taught stylish stepping thoroughly, .ait Crown-street, Surry Hills._ ~\ USTRAL1AN TROTTING CLUB, on Vicaria Park XA. Racceourao TO-D.Ai'. Firtt event,' 2.30 p.m.1 ?

AMUSEMENTS.

JjYRIC AJvTD COLONIAL THEATRES,

SYDNEY'S PREMIER AND TALATIAL

' PHOTO-PLAY THEATRES,

Direction, J. D. AVTLLIAMS.

Showing Absolutely the World's Latest and Best

PHOTO-PLAY PRODUCTIONS.

TO-DAY, TO-DAY,

I ENTIRELY NEW ALL-STAR PROGRAMME AT EACH

THEATRE,

EACH THEATRE SHOWING AN ENTIRELY

DIFFERENT PROGRAMME.

Patrons may attend all three theatres the «arno day, and rest assured of seeing somcthin? different nt each theatre. We »ant you to compare our pro- grammes with others charging twice our pried of

admission.

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

INCOMPARABLE AND UNEQUALLED

COLONIAL THEATRE, LTD., NO. 2.

OPPOSITE COLONIAL THEATRE No, 1.

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

ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME TWICE

WEEKLY, Mondays and Thursdays.

TUE

BEAUTIFUL NEW LYRIC THEATRE,

GEORGE-STREET, OPPOSITE RAWSON- PLACE.

CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCES, 11 A.M. to 11 P.M. ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME TWICE WEEKLY,

MONDAYS and THURSDAYS.

THE HOUSE PALATIAL.

COLONIAL THEATRE, LTD.. NO.

GEORaE-STREET, .

Between Bathurst and Liverpool Streets.

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

Entire Change of Programme Twice Weekly,

Mondays and Thursdays.

MODERN ENTERPRISE PRICES.

Prices of Admission same to each Theatre:

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

STALLS, 3d. DRESS CIRCLE, (Id. STALLS, 3d. DRESS CIRCLE, Sd.

Ladies' and Children's Special Morning and After- noon Matinees. ^

Ladies' Retiring Rooms and Lady Attendants.

EACH THEATRE PRESENTS AN EN- TIRELY DIFFERENT PROGRAMME.

gEEING SYDNEY BY MOTOR.

Tlio Powerlul Tourist Cars ol tho S.M.D. CO. leave the Government Tourist Bureau, Challis House, Mar- tin-place, D.VILA" at 2..10 p.m., icturning S.SO p.m., (or TRIPS AROUND SYDNEY. Distance covered, 35 miles. "FARE. 5/ PER HEAD.

Book at THOS. COOK and SON, Challis House, Mnrtin-nlace. or on the Cars.

USTRALIAN TROTTING CLUB, on Victoria Park _Racecourse TO-DAY. Fare from Rlwy. Stn.. Id.

DANCING CLASSES.-THE MISSES READ.

Superior Class, To-night, 7.30; Sat., 3 p.m.

Private Lésions. Wnltz and Reverse, Two Step.

Christ Church Parish Hall, opp. Railway Station.

SELECT Dancing To-night, Ferndale Academy, Oif.-st, - Woollahra. Gentn. 1/0, Ladles inrtd. Dane, taught.

DANCING.-Miss L. WRIGHT, Academy, SSI Gcorgi

st. Beginners' class Monday, S. 'Phone. P29 N. S)d. I AUSTRALIAN TROTTING CLUB, on Victoria Park

_Racecourse TO-DAY. Fare from Rlwy. Stn., Id.

SKATINO.-Do.you know the Elite Skating Rink,

Ktnc-st_._Newtoyvn, is open S sessions daily. Come. ÏTEAV*"ilARÈ.AI-TOQUESrthc rage of New A'ork. Amc

V rlcan Hat Stores. 2fi Strand Arcade, and Aust. lill. .\riCTbltlA PARK RACFiCOWiSE, on which AUSTRA ?>V lean TRorrrxo club race to-day.

SYDNEY'S BIGGEST PHOTOGRAPHER.

We so designate ourselves for the reason that our Studio« occupy a LARGER - AREA than any other Photographie Studio in the Commonwealth AVc actually occupy half the third floor area of the Colossal Queen \ letona Markets, and our enormous business is caVricd on daily by a staff of nearly 100 HANDS.

Our success, our tremendous growth, and our popularity must be due to soma

.pedal and powerful feature of our business. This is «

OUR ROCOCO PORTRAITURE.

OUR EASTFR TRADE IS A HUGE ONE, and we can, therefore, afford, with our immense turnover, to give a SUBSTANTLAL CONCESSION in every one of ?»in-

line».

WE ARE CONFIDENT THAT OUR

AMENDED EASTER TARD7F

will be appreciated by yon for ita fairness, and for the high value that it represent», and vve know of no better means of inducing you to become a "Tesla!" customer than by offering you such pleasing portraitura as is presented in our

12 CABINET ROCOCO PHOTOGRAPHS

(together with an enlargement of wonderful fidelity, and beautifully framed), for

BAJL.P A GUINEA.

SPECIAL NOTICE-AVc do not mind being citrcmely liberal in the matter of proofs, so anxious arc we to please you.

THE GREAT TESLA' STUDIOS,

QUEEN VICTORIA MARKETS (MARKET STREET END), GE0R0E STREET.

DEMONSTRATIONAL EXHIBITION (AND BAZAAR).

WHAT TO DO WITH OUR GIRLS.

SYDNEY TOAA'N HALL APRIL 20 TO MAY 6. FROM 2 TO 10

OFFICIAL OPENING BY HER F\OFLLFNCA, LADY DUDLLY,

W 1 DNLSDAY, APRIL 20 AT 8 30 ^ SPECIAL SCnOOL-GIRLS' AFTHINOONS, MAY 2 AND i. ADMITTANCE- Afternoon of Opening, 2/0, after that, 1/, Students naif price

_GRACE K BURROWS, Org Sec, Girls' Realm Guild, Vickery'schamber«.

SOUSA-THE "MARCH KING."

vrra ins tamous band of sixty-two

SELECTED MUSICIANS

OPEN AT SYDNEY TOWN ITALL, MAY 15th.

AUSTRALIAN TROTTING CLUB,

ON

VICTORIA PARK RACECOURSE,

TO-DAY, MONDAY.

_. LAST MEETING OF

EASTER CARNIVAL EASTER CARNIVAL.

ALL THE FINEST TROTTERS AND PAOI'llS IV THE COAIAION'AA'FALIH ENGAGED OV

VICTORIA PARK RACECOURSE.

HRST RACE, 2 30 pm. I

20 21 Imperial Arcade. Central bH, Central. H. COBCROFT, Sec. A.T.O.

_MEETINGS, ' .

ÏjTOR AUSTRALIA.-MElrnNG"S~on tho "YES-YES"

- side will be Addressed lo-dny:

RALMAIN.-Evans and Mansfield streets. 0. . Von

flagon, 8 p.m.

BOTANY.-J. 0. Watson, 8 p.m.

BONDI_Oceati-street, J. D. Fitzgerald, 8 p.m.

DARLING HARBOUR-West Sydney Hotel, Bathurst

and Sussex sts, 1*. Bryant, li. 1,'Estrange, 8 p.m. DULWICH MEL.-Senator A. Rae, 8.

EAST SYDNEY.-William and Palmer streets, J. E.

West, M.H.11., and J. J. Moírisli, M.L.A.; Liver poopptrect and llnrcom-nv eulie, J. E. AVcst, M.H.H., and J. P. Osborne, M.L.A., 8 p.m. GLEBE.-Ferry-road, SI lucy Mack, S p.m.

HURSTVILLE GROVE.-VV. R. Bagnall, at 8. MORTDALE.-W. B. Prendergast, at P.

NORTH BOTANA'.-J. 0. Watson and Senator Gardiner,

at 8.

PETERSHAM.-Livlngflo:i-ivad and Cantorhurv-road,

Senator M'Dougall, S.

PYRMONT.-lvcnncdy's Hotel, Mount-street, C. Fern,

J. Lynch, at S.

APRIL 24, MOORE-STREET, C1TY.-R. D! Meaghcr.

M.L.A., 1.15 p.m. APRIL 25, MOORE-STREET, ,,.,P.IIT'~W- M- Ib'ehes, M.H.H., l.n p.m.

HAA.ALVRh.ET, CITV.-VV. M. Hughes, MILK., 8 p.m.

_J. GRANT, Gen. Sec. P.L.L., N.S.W.

X/XE COVE ELECTORATE.

,,. ,., Mr. DAVID FELL

will Address the Electors of the Commonwealth on the

Subject of the REFERENDA, In . HAIGH'S HALL, CROW'S NEST,

TO..AI0RROW (Tuesday) EVENING, at 6 O'CLOCK.

V

OTE NO1

FINAL WORD ON THE REFERENDA.

Aid. ARTHUR COCKS, .ALL.A., will speak on the REFERENDA

in the MASONIC HALL, Walkcr-strcct, .

NORTH SYDNEY,

on TUESDAY, April 25th, at 8 p.m.

ROLL UP AND HEAR YOUR MEMBER'S AHEWS.

ARCHDALE 1'AltKIIILL,

Secretary.

HON. C. 0. WAUK

will speak on the RKFERIINDA,

¡n the COLISEUM, corner Ridge and Miller streets,

NORTH SYDNirY,

TONIGllr, AT S O'CLOCK.

Ladies Specially Invited to Attend.

ARCHDALE PARKHILL,

Secretary. SON. BRUCE SMITH, K.C.,

will speak on the REFERENDA

in the WARRINGAH HALL, NEUTRAL BAY,

TO-NiailT, AT 8 O'CLOCK.

Ladies Specially Invited to bo PrrsonL

, ARCHDALE PARKHILL,

_Secretary.

ON. a G. AVADIJ, U.C., M.L.A.,

will speak on the REFERENDA

in ST. GEORGE'S HALL, NEAVTOWN,

(TO-MORROW (Tucsda}) NIGHT, AT S O'CLOCK.

Sir JAMES GRAHAM and Hon. C. W. OAKES, vviU also

Address the Meeting. ,

Ladies Specially Invited to Attend.

ARCHDALE PARKHILL,

_Secretary.

ON. C. G. WADE. K.O., M.L.A.,

will speak on the REFERENDA

In LAPP.VN'S HALL, Johnston-street, AXNA>DALL,

TO-MORROW (Tursdaj) NIGHT, AT S O'CLOCK.

Mr. AldlERT BRUNTNKI.L, M.L.A., will also Speak.

Ladies Cordlallv Invited to Attend.

ARCHDALE PARKHILL,

_ Secretary. "ONI-JOSEPH COOK, M.H.H.,

. WILL SPEAK ON THE

REFERENDA

TO-MORROW (Tuesday) NIGHT,

at 8 o'clock, _ IX THE TOWN HALL. PARRAMATTA

LADIES SPECIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND.

ARCHDALE PARKHILL,

General Secretary.

H

T. E. WEST, M.P., J. J. M0RR1SH, M.L.A., O II. E. OATEN, and other speakers will Address the Electors re REFERENDA. SPORA'S HOTEL, W11. Ham and Palmer streets, THIS DAY, at 8 o'clock

'''t.' SLADE, President S. E. O'BRIEN, Ron. Sccty.

J. E. AALST, JI.l"., ,

.1. D. FITZGERALD, J. E. BIRT,

and other Speakers will ADDRESS tho Electoni re RE- ' 1T1RENDUMS, OREF.VVS nOTEL, Liverpool-street and, Barcom-avrnue, THIS DAA', at 8 o'clock p.m.

_T. SLADE, I>rcsidcnt._S._E. O'BRIEN, Hon. Sec.

Come"and" hear "r. d. meagiier, mXa., on

the REFERENDA. TO-NIGHT, at S o'clock,

OCEAN-STREET and BONDI-ROAD, I ___Opposite Post-olllcc. _ REFERENDUM.-Mr. li. HOLLIS, M.L..A.. and other1

sneakers, will speak in favour of above on TUES-

DAY, April Killi, at Five AVays, Ersktncvills, nt S p.m. j

E.P.L.U

ME

"A USTRALIAN GAS-LIGHT COMÍ'ANY. ,

, ? SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING.

NOTICE Is hereby given that a Special General MEET- ' INO of the Proprietors of thi» Company will be held at the Roval Kichnngc, Bridge-street, Sydney, on MON- DAY, 24th April proximo, at 2.1S p.m.. to. Elect a Director ¡n place of .lames Scroggle, Esoulre, deceased.

Candidates must give not less than seven days' notice

in writing to the Secretary". I

All Proxies must be in the hands of the Secretary not later than noon of THURSDAY, the 20th April.

By order of the'Board,

R. J. LUKEY,

- Secretary.

Company's nead Office,

-103 Kent-street, Sydney,

2Uh March, 1011.

SPECIAL NOTICE.

nolders of General powers of Attorney cannot vote as snell Attomtys, cirept under, pr,»xy J form similar to or to the effect of the form provided for by-, the Company's Act, 1S37.

. R. J. LUKEY,

Secretary.

A

USTRALIAN GAS-LIGnT COMPAÑA". 1

The following duly qualified SHAREHOLDERS have given the requisite Notice tliat thi-v are CANDIDATES for the VACANCY on the DIRECTORATE, ¡n pin« of James Scroggic, Esquire, nccMsed, at the Special General Meeting of Proprietors, to be held at the Royal Exchange, Bridge-street, Sydney, on MONDA A', 21th April, instant, at 2.15 p.m., vir-, COLIN A". CAIRD, Esq., JAMES MOIR, Esq., AUGUSTUS G. F.

JAMES. Esq., M.L..A. ^^

Secretary. Companv's Head Office.

103 'Kent-street, Sydney. 19th April, 1011.

N B.-The Ballot will CLOSE punctually at 3 p.m.

^ÜStRALUií GASLIGHT COMPANY.

MR. JAMES MODI

would remind his Friends of the necessity to record

i their votes Personally.

, PUBLIC NOTICES.

/-AOMMONAVEALTU OF AUSTRALIA.

STATE OF NBAV SOUTH WALES, DIVISION OF

AVE.NTWOKTU,

REFERENDUMS.

PUBLIC NOTICE ia hereby given that the Proposed Hw» lor the alteration of tho¿ CofsUtutiou cmlUcd

(a) "CONSTITUTION ALTERATION (LEG1SLA

T1VE POWERS), 1010;" and

(b) »CONSTITUTION ALTERATION (MONOPO w1ll.be submitted 'to the Elector« on WEDNESDAY,

the 20th day of April, 101L ... ,

.Hie POLL will open at a o'clock in the morning, and will not close until all Electors present in the Polling Booths ut 7 o'clock in the evening, and de- siring to vote, luve voted.

The prescribed polling places for this Division arc

SUBDIVISION of BONDI.-rubllc School, AVcUlngton

strcet, Bondi.

BRONTE.-Public School, Cowper-street, AVavcrlcy. PADDINGTON.-Town Hall, paddington. RANDWICK.-Town Hall, Randwick.

BlSllOPSCOURT.-Schoolhouse, Varna-street, Little

Coogee.

COOGEE.-Tram Terminus, Arden-street.

KENSINGTON.-School of Arts, Kensington. LONG BAY.-Levitt's Hall, Long Bay.

NORTH RANDWICK.-Mr. Lat-cl'- Shop. corner

Orange-»trcct and carringtoii-road.

SOUTH H.ANI)\VICK.-Av"ca-sticet, near Soudan-street I ORANGESTREi;I'.-Orange-street, near Avoca-strcct. I AVAVERLEV.-Waverley Hail, Lhley-street, Waverley. CU.ANBROUK.~Mcs!>rs. Richardson and Co.'a Shop, in

Newcastle-street, Rose bay. I VAUCLUSE.-Town Hall, Unison's Ray.

AVOOLLAHUA.-Congregational Schoolroom, comer of

(juccn and Ocean ttrects. .

CASCADE.-Church of i hrUt, Pnddington-strect.

DOUBLE BAA'.-Public School, Oteju-strcct, Double

Bay. | GREENOAKS.-Mr. Melngalfs Shop, on New South

Head-road (No. 213), opposite Darling'1 Point-road. '

ALFRED GALE, I Returning Officer for the Electoral

Division of Wentworth.

Paddington, April al, HIL_

ENGLISH AGENÇA-.-The Undersigned, established

upwards of 00 years, confine themselves exclusively to a General Commission Business, are well acquainted with Australian requirements, and possess special facili- ties for purchasing goods to the best advantage in the

English and Continental markets. > |

Indents should be accompanied by cash remittances' or bank letters of credit, to ensure full trade discounts. Account sales of produce under consignment rendered promptly, and net proceeds remitted, or Invested to order. j

Tho Shipping Department has been largely developed of late years, and where Indents nre sent direct to manufacturers the shipment and insurance of the goods

are effected upon the most favourable terms,

B. S. LLOYD AND CO., i:

40 King-street, Cheapside, London, E.G._ Metropolitan Board of Water Supply and be» cragg,

311 Pitt-street, Sydney,

April l8,1011. ' WATER AND SEWERAGE RATES, METER AC

COUNTS, AND ANNUAL AVATER FEE FOR

MAINTAINING STOCK.

NOTICE is hereby given that proceedings are now being taken for the recovery of all outstanding

counts.

Persona maintaining stock at premises not supplied by meter, nnd who have not paid the annual fee of Os per head, should do so at once, as no further notice will be given prior to action.

By order,

(OG-18)_WILLIAM HOLMES, Secretary.

NOTICE. ,

Tile TRANSFER BOOKS of the Company will he CLOSE» from THURSDAY, 27th instant, to 11th MAY,

both days inclusive.

By Order. ,

ALFRED BECKETT,

_Secretary. ' "PUBLIC NOTICE-Mrs. Golding, late of Newcastle, J- llelreslt. Urns., ov anyone knowing her where, nbouts. cnmnnintcito Mnj^KInaJmiii/^ Port Hacking.

J. "0. GRIFFIN. SeV, Licensed SURVEYOR "under _R.P. Act, Equltablc-hldg.. "0 Oeorgest. Sydney. BRITNALL and SON, Solicitors, Attorney, .niit«Coii

vovnnccrq. Lvudliurst-ehanihcr*. st Ellrahclh-st._ I WILD NOT be responsible for n»bts contracted bv

any pera, in mv ran» »/ter this day. O. M'Clenahau,

PUBLIC NOTICES .!

~CÛôf^welarTiroî3^~--» p la hereby notified for puW^JortA"11

J- Kvcollcnc} the Governor with [Mn ""' k» .Incentive Council tun! upon ti," mLÍ*? <* ti»

the Board of Health, lias * ST 1er?tteÏÏS**1* * 'Pure I ood Act IMS l'IlOIIUlli PO af£ïurt1î! «.

daw of AIa> proximo, (he ADV 1 ltTISi\n .!tto1» ol . MIST ODOR PURIllLR. MN0 "* SAIS

ATO-TICI- i, lercbv &ñ ItnTHSS^*3*

-f\ 11)11. the interest of w * WnS?««* ""»'"«», of the vviiiaiir riNiwiii y,Mir,Ttt! INO CO 87 Sussex street Sy 1, ey Ins ll" iT" of to 1 III DI RICK 1 W11 S 11 SKINS "ho wîlUW nil povimnls and dl«diarke nil 1,,|illS«»7L*E"

ness, as from date abovenientioncl "* ***

" " .?V-i'.'"'..L-Jr\sr* OPENING 01 V\ ViriNt, I VniATS-'ViTivi-i?

SOUIII SADNEA WOMINA l|OMnV"u^ street Newtown The Rlkl,t lion ¡I ion) M.Ä perform the ceremony to morrow (TIUIHI) «5?

at. clock SPLVIvl'ltS -Dr II Vrtliur II 11^

Btv V\ S Macqueen SymniUmr. Invited?

pUBIIO 111 ASKS to COULSTON lIlTOTllTilTrE J- ic.s CcorL,o street "Lo lily v« slant »b, "

prompt!) retiinied £2j In nous ilroi ped in the!, rl

UbUidingnt._ v. jj puÁv

_LEGAI NOTICES

N Till- aUUIIUL CULlll" Ut Stn SOUTH ? WALLS - lrouMc Junsdletion-In ti o FiuYt, 5 GfcOULL UAlt.lt, late of Bell.inbl In the SUU o! New ¡south Wales, Colliery Manager deccued lu» talc-Notice Is hereby men thai the Accounti ni Han of Distribution in the above estate haye thlidii been tiled in my olllce, Lhancerj nqiiarc Sydney A all persons having unj claim in tie said estate « being otlitrwue intcrcated Uiereln arc herebj » qtuied to eonio in before mc at nj said ellice « o before I rid 15, the nlm teenth hj ol May st 15, -t miles pull tvyche 0 clock In tie afternoon and i speet the same and If Ihcj shall think at oblen thereto otherwise K the said le ounls he nat A Jccted tlicreto the s-imc will be eian Incd by mt ni pa.sscd according to 1 iw \nd Notice is alan boil. given tliat on the allowance of the sud accounti (aï Court, commission will le applied ¡or on behalf oin. Administratrix. Dated this tvventv second dar oí Aul in tlie }car one thousand nine hundred and dim ,T VV GAR1UTT (1 b) Registrar J STbARTTHim BROS and CO Proctors for the AdmLtUilraWi. Î Alartln place, b) dne}_ 1 N Till SUPRuMk. COURT OP NEVT

?A. VA ALLS -I rolutc Jurisdiction -In the M¡"3 PFTLR NLSTRQM late of C »tlcivood nar Dei quin in the State ot New South Wales, turner 6> ceased -Pursuant to the w ¡]\a 1 rohau; an(j 4ioa^ tration Act, 188S, Notice is 1 ereby prca that tm Creditor or other person having am. claim again« u, estate of PETLR NLSlTtOM the al oïenamed deceust who died on or about the nineteenth da) 0! MireLu thousand nine hundred and ten, aud 1 roiate ol vi« AAI11 was on the eleventh da} of June, one ¿oad

nine hundred and ten, granted by ti e Supreme Ctat

of New South Wales to MARY JANt NkSTEOlt i Deniliquin aforesaid I'll Ht LOUIS NESTROTL i near Parkes in the said State and JAMES AESTBOX of near Wagga Wngira In the Mid Slate, t¿ fj cculrlx and Executors named in the taid Will hie» bv required Io send parucul ira in writing c1 mi claim to the said Mir} Jane Ncstrora, leter Lea Nestrom and James Ncstrom In care ol tie usía. signed, on or before the third day of June one tW sand nine hundred and eleven nt the expltiliu i which time the wid I vecutnx ind Ejecutora «ill u> cecil to distribute the uuets of the said dictai amongst the persons entitle 1 thereto harinj terni onl} to the claims of which tin. then ¿»ve «iii And Notice is horeb} further given tliat theniJu cciitrix and Executors will not le liable for tie u. sets or an} part thereof so distributed tn any peru, of whose claim the} shall not lave had notice it la time of such distribution Datid this "Otk diV« April 1011 AII-WNDHt and WINDFYFH, Protea (or the hsocutriv and I lee-uturs, Denlllouln.

IN HIL ïjUPRLAIL COURT 01 NET"

W Al bS -1 rotate Juris llctlon -In the TO« W li I IA At TURN1 It Ute o( Homeville um Jite in Hie State of New South Wales Grazier deceuei Applicntion will be made liter fourteen dayl Iron ta publication hereof that I róbate of the last Willett* nborennined deceased ina} 1 1» ejantcd to ATCHOtg TURNIP and JOHN HtVNCls TLHSHl the Eiesa and I xecutor named in the sal 1 W ill and all Voua mi) be served at the office of Messie us IllUDUToi SON, Proctors CO Margaret street S)dnc) FLEJIB,

and HENDÍ RSON, Proctors for the ticcoWi ul I vecutor Albury _ _

IN Till SUi RFMI COI 117 01 NtlTOTHl

VV ALLS -I robato Jurlsdiction.-In the TO ÜI HLNR\ LARKIN, late ol ( on 0 Valley Béa Mo,P 1 in the Stite of New South Wales harmer deeei»4 I

Application will be made niter foirtecn dayl Ironûi I publication hereof that Prol ile of the las' Will b1 Testament of the abovenamed deceased maybemul .to WILLUM JOHN I ARMS (in the said Will eiM William Larkin) and CHAI I US I AlthlN both el Oo Valle), Hen Bullen aforesaid the Lxecnton tal In the Eaid will And all Notices nar be Intel a the ofllce of the undersigned CHAULES DEYDTÎ 1 AH AR1.S Proctor for the I ¡cceutors, Ituititw, I Müdere

|TN fîïî SI PRLMh LOI UT OF NHI TOI

-1- IA ALI S -I robite Juridiction -In the W11 d .SARAH AIONCUR late of Manlv near Sidnrr a fa State of New South \Aale< AAidov dcccasei-lnS cation will be mide after lourlecn daji lion lie«* I lication hereof that Probate of the list »ill ci ti abmennmed deceased mm be gnntcl toTIIOHlSB MUND QU1GGIN and TDAA ARD AA1II1AM ANDEaHS the Executors named in the sail Will mi ü cHlms must be rendered to an 1 all notica mr It served upon the undersigned IIRFTV Al b ud <0!, Proctors for the rxecutors, st Flmhcth itrcet, tri» TN Till SUPRFME COLRT Or \PV\ SO J- A\ ALI S - Probate Turudietlon -In the Km i I AMFS It ABJONI S late of Munollnmlal li fa State of Now South AA ales I inner d<wa<f¿-ir¡í cition will be made after fourteen dan ima ai publlcilion hereof tint Prol itc of ti « last Will of ù nbovennmed deceased mil be grintfd to FB.LAC1 PATRICK SMITH the Sole Iterator rararf ii fs said AA 111 and all noUccs imv he served it lit Al of the undersigned where all creditors and «lui u hereby reqidrcd to send In particulars of thor ¿ila II ALI ID AA and HUNGERFORD Proctors lot & £a i "itor, MiimiUumlmli_ rTHl SUPRI-MP COURT 01 MAA hOLTIl»UH

-Probate lunsdiction -In the AAiU c1 1113

11LALL McGUIRl late of Ho e Bay Sidney in tit "al of New South AAalcs, Ccntlfmin deceased-ApplaM will ho midi after fourteen davs from the pitta» hereof that Probato of the list Mill of the aWraal deceased miv 1e (.rinted lo Al ARA McCURE d MORO AN JOSri'H O M II I the Fvccutru and Em» tor named in (he said AAill and all Sobe» m; h served at the Ollie, of Hil unlirqgncd MOB01S1 O Neill, Proctor for the 1 xecutor« lbiB KitfKKi

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