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_TODAY MONTH Y

CUCAP ÏIKTUKN TICkPTS at Is Cd Fir-ît class and Is Second class will be issued at Sx dne\ Redfern and intermediate mawarra Stations (ii chid I np Bankstown line) to Mortdale Oatlej Como S it} crland and Na tiona! Park b\ the Special Trum leming Svdney at 10 30 a,m available for Return b\ the e 4J p m Spe

cial Irun from National Pirk

Ordinan tares «all le elnrgcd from Stations where cheaper than the above Tites

Passengers from intermediate StaiiYwn will travel to IïurstuUe \\ the Train leas nip Q> lne> at 30 10 am there joining tlie National Park Train pas enders from tlic Bankstown line to tra\cl by train leasing Banks town at 10 10 am joining the National Park Irani At Sydenham

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(tt3J) Bv order

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AMTJCEMENTS

(¥^C

GRAND I\A_NCY COSTDJIE ANTARCTIC ICE CARNIVAL,

NEXT THURSDAY, AUGUST 10

TO-DA'i the list da) tor bundine; in nominations for t&kimr part in the Antarctic Ice Carnival

i PLAN AT r\Li\aa

RESTRVFD SEATS 0/ AND 6/

ORDINARY ADMISSION V

SKATE HIRE 1/

ONLY GENUINE FANCY

,'AND CHARACTER COSTUMES

' are to be worri

Telephone, 492 Globe.

DUNBAR POOLE,

Manager.

.MA

jVT E W C.A S T Ii E RACES, . SATURDAY and WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12 and 16.

7» SOVS. IN PRIZES.

The Opening Handicap ot 100 sovs., 0 furlongs.

The Poce Welter Handicap of CO BOVS., lowest weight

7st 7lb, 7 furlongs.

-The August Handicap of 100 sovs., 1J mile and 100 yds. The Trial Handicap of BO sovs., for all horses that have

not won ,a prire oí the value of 10 sovs. at time

of starting, (I furlonirs.

The Stewards' Mile ol (15 sovs., 1 mile

SECOND DAY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10. - The Shorts Handicap of loo sovs., 7 furlonirs.

The High Weicht Handicap of 00 sovs., lowest weicht

Rst, 0 furlongs. .

IJiCïJi.J.C. Handicap of 100 sovs., Jj mile and 100 yds. The Novice Handicap of 50 sovs., for all horses that

have not won a prbv of the value of 10 sovs. at time of starting, C furlongs.

?The-Final «Handicap of C5 tovs., 1 mile.

A..I.C. RULES.

t ENTRIES CLOSE MONDAY. August 7. Weights for first day on or about August 10; second day on or about

August 14. .

...For full particulars see programme.

.1. GRISDALE. Secretary.

_Nevvcislle Jockey Club, Ltd.

TX7OLL0NGONO JOCKEY CLUB.

TUESDAY,' AUGUST IS, 1911.

KEMBLA WELTER of 20 [¡ova. ' Lowest weight, Sst.

7 furlongs,

BULLI NOVEL HANDICAP of lfi sovs, for horses

which have never vvou an advertised cash prize. ^Lowest weight. Sat 0 furlongs.

UNANDERRA STAKES of 25 sovs. 0 furlongs.

CORRIMAL TRIAL STAKES of 15 sovs, for horses that

have never won n race of the value of 30 sovs. Lowest weight, "st 71b. fl furlongs.

?WOLLONGONG MH-E, a Handicap of 25 sovs. 1 mile. - Entrance Fee for each event, 10a.

ENTRIES CLOSE with the undersigned, or with the Fecrctaryof the Warwick Farm ltacing Club, at 4 p.m. TO-MORROW, TUESDAY, AUGUST 7th.

J. DENMEADE, Sccrctiry.

rp A P T H R S A L L ' S CLUB JJ- u w (S\DMY)

SEPTEAIBUR RACE MEETING

4.3 0 RULIS m I AW S AND REGULATIONS

SATURDAY, SI PT! MHFR O 101L

a HP HURDLF UAC1

A Handicap Sweepstakes of «i sors each for starters

with 125 sovs added sccon 1 horse 20 sovs and third horse 10 sovs from the prize Tin. vv inner of nnv Hurdle Race or Steeplechase after the declaration of the weights to c-irrv lb extra. About Two Miles

THF TIMMW U HxNDICVI

A Handicap Swecj stakes of 4 sovs each for starters

with 200 sovs ad led The owner of the winner lo rcceiie «00 sovs (includ ne Sweepstakes) the owner of tile second horse to receiv e two thirds and o v

ner of Hie third horse one third Of the balance of tile prize Six Turloiigs

Till CIÎLI MM ORD STVKFS

Weight for at,c with i enaltics and allowance« for

hornes three }ears old and upwards. A Sweepstakes of 10 sovs each for sUrleli with 500 sovs adde 1

second horse 80 sov s and thir I horse 50 sovs from tlie j n/e Horses that have von a vv eight for age or special weight rarx exceeding 400 sovs In value to carr} "lb extra Horses not having at time of starting won a handicap exceeding 150 sovs in value allowed thriejears "lb four vearr, and up wards 141b Malden three vears ol 1 allowe I lOlh Maiden four } cars old and up vards allowe 1 201b To be claimed at time of entr} Winners of weight for n(,c or special weight races not entitled lo any allowance One Mile and One Furlong

NOMCI HA'NDICAP

A Handicap Sweepstakes of ¿J sovs each for starlers

with 1"5 sovs addid The owner of the winner to receive 1 "5 sovs (inclullii, sv ecpstakes) the owner of the second hor«c to nocive tvo thirds and owner of the third horse one third of the balance of the prize I or all horses which have not received a sum exceeding 50 sovs out of am one race at time of starting Horses to be ridden bj apprentices who hnvc not won more thin seven races Any apprentice wlio has won three races io cam oin extra or having won five races to caro 71b extra » Six Furlotgs

HU SPRING HANDIC VP

JA Handicap Stveepstal es of 4 sovs c ich for starters

with 200 sovB added The owner of the winner t< receive 200 sovs (including sweepstakes) the owner of the second horse to receive two thirds an 1 owntr of -the tlllrd horse orte third of the balance of the prize One Mile and a Quarter

TUF WFLTKR nVNDICAP

A Handicap Sweepstakes of A sovs each for starters

with 200 sovs added The owner of the winner to recene "00 sovs (including sweepstakes) the owner of the second horse to receive two thirds and ow ner of the third hor«i. one-third of the balance of

the prize lowest weight "st 7Íb One Milo

The Committee of Tattersall s Club reserve the right to refuse anv rntrj

FNTRILS for the above races are to bo made with the undersigned boforo 4 pm on MONOW 2Sth August 1011 Weights to lie declare I on such dav as the Com mittco may appoint. No Fntrj will le aixepted unless accompanied bj the nccissm fee The winner of anj Handicap Race after the declaration of the weights to carrv 71b extra of two or more Handicaps 1011 extra

FVTR-VNCL TOR TACH n VCF OVr SOVrHTGN

J H Of LirFL Sec Tattersall s Club

ntt street SvdneJ_ ZULUIAND at the COLON! \I No 2 10DVY _A Dram I of Darkest Africa_ rrviiE PRICE or m VÜTV uti the i YRIC, TO DAY

JL The Society Drama Superb I

Î

AMÜSEMENTS.

"jlTR. H. B. Ht VI y G AS LOUS

MATINEE, WEDNESDAY NEXT.

LAST FIFTEEN NIGHTS OF SKASON LAST FIFTEEN NIGHTS OF SEASON LAST FIFTEEN NIGHTS OF SEASON"

Mr. II. R. IRVING. Mr. II. II. IRVING. Mr. H. 1). IRVING.

H

MAJESTY'S.

THIS EVENING, AT S.

MR. H. B. IRVING'S SEASON.

Mr. J. C. WILLIAMSON presenta

MB. H. B. HIVING,

and

MISS DOROTHEA BAIRD,

with lils complete Company of London Artists,

in the Historical Play,

TiOUIR XI. LOUIS XI.

AN ABSOLUTE SENS \TION.

Never in Her Majesty's Thcitio has such a scene of ..itlm.si.iMn been witnessed as (hat which marked the fall of the curtain on Saturdav night.

Bo\ Plan 'lit l'jllng's till 5 p m., and thereafter at Theatre Office, Market-street Day Sale at Callow's. _J. C. WH.LIAMSON. Ltd. rn n E SPECKLED I

THEATRE ROYAL.

SATURDAY WEEK. AUGUST l8.

rpHE MERRY WIDOW.

MATINEE WEDNESDAY NEST.

mHEATRE ROY" A Ii. Lessee and Manager ._J. C. WILLIAMSON, Ltd. Tins EVENING, AT S. THIS EYENTNG, AT S.

SONGS THE WHOLE WORLD" SANG

are in this,

the Musical Success of the Century.

FOR THE CLOSING NIGHTS

Mr. J. C. WILLIAMSON pre^nti Ure Musical Success of all tirni, THE MERRY WIDOW, TUE MERRY WIDOW,

THE MUSIC HAS THE SPARKLE OF CHAMPAGNE.

THE SCENES

HAVE THE BRIGHTNESS AND GLAMOUR M

CONTINENTAL G,UETY.

THE COMEDY" IS DELICIOUS.

Box Plan at Tiling's till 5 p.m.. and thereafter willi lay sale at Howe's, opposite Stalls (King-sticct) En

J. C. WILLIAMSON, Ltd.

rp n E SPEOKLED BAND.

THEATRE ROYAL.

SATURDAY WEEK, AUGUST li)._ DA . N C I N a.

PERFECT WALTZING, THE TWO-STEP, Etc

MR. AND MRS. ROBERTS

(Members of tiic British Association of Teachers ol

Dancing, LONDON) -^

RECEIVE PUPILS, Morning. Afternoon, and Evening,

PRIVATE LESSONS (Special Advantages),

VARIOUS SUPERIOR CLASS1S AVAILABLE. Commodious nnd Centrallj-situated Rooms,

ICQ PHILLIP-STREET, NEAR K1NO-STREET.

ST. JAMES'S LARGE HALL.-Mr. and Mrs. ROBERTS'

Special Class for ADULTS, Wednesday Afternoon, at 3 o'clock. Also EVERY Monday and Wednesday

CRITERION' THEATRE.

Lessee . Mr. FRVNK MUSGROVE.

Sub-lessee and Manager .. WILLIAM ANDERSON.

UNPRECEDENTED TRIUMPH.

BRILLIANT SUCCESS.

HUNDREDS OF CLAMOURINC AUSTRALIANS

WERE TURNED AWAY

SATURDAY NIGHT

from the Tirst Performance of

WILLIAM ANDERSON'S WU.LIAM ANDERSON'S WILLIAM ANDERSON'S Great Australian Drama,

THE MAN FROM OUTBACK. THE MAN FROM OUTBACK, THE MAN FROM OUT.J..alf, THE MAN' FROM Oil-<v. THE MAN FROM Oinii-.'K,

Or Stockwhip and Stirrup, bv

Albert Edmunds.

(Companion Play to "The Squatter's Daughter.")

This Sensational, Breezy, and Successful Drama, will be

repeated TO-NIGHT TO-NIOHT 10-NIOHT

and each succeeding nicht till further notice.

POPULAR PRICES, S/, .>/, and 1/.

liirlv Doors, from 7 to 7.30, Od extra,

BOX PL\N at Elvj's. Bookin* Fee, 1/ extra. Day Sales at the White Rose. Pltt-streeU

_J. J. RICKETTS, Representative.

RITERION THEATRE.

c

THURSDAY AFTERNOON NEXT, AUCDST 10.

Under the patronage of the Right Hon. Uio Lord

Ma}or and L.idy Mayoress of Sj'dney (Sir Allen ami Lady Taylor).

COMPLIMENTARY MATINEE

BENEFIT,

TENDERED TO MISS NELL FINNIS,

of the "Gaj' Gordons" Comic Opera Co.

(»ho is just recovering from her recent severe

accident).

The most brilliant programme ever presented in

Sydney.

Mr. H. B. IRVING.

ARTISTS OF THE NEW COMIC OPERA CO.

(hy kind permission of J. C. WHliamson, Ltd.).

THE ANDERSON DRAMATIC CO.

(by kind permission of Mr. William Anderson),

THE GEORGE MARLOW ADELPHI DRAMATIC. CO.

(By kind permission of George Marlow, Ltd.).

The GREAT LAMBERTI, In his wonderful and original

impersonation of the great Masters of Music

(By kind permission of Harry Rickards).

TTTE PIQUAYS, MILLIE DORIS.

(By kind permission of Brennan'» Amphitheatre, Ltd.)

Mr. II. 1!. ROBERTS has kindly consented to ap. pear, and the members of "The GAY* GORDONS COMIO OPERA COMPANY" will appear in special

items. .

PRICES: 5s, 3s, 2s, Is.

Box Plan now open at Elyy's._

rpiVOLI THEATRE.

Sole Proprietor and Manager .. Mr. nany Rickards. General Manager . Mr. John O, Leete.

MR. HARRY RICKARDS'

NEW TIVOLI VAUDEVILLE AND SPECIALTY CO.

THE RECOGNISED HOME OF THE STARa

TO-NIGHT, AT 8.

THE GREAT LAMBERTI, ,

In his Wonderful and Original Impersonations

of the

Great Masters of Music.

BINNS AND BINNS, AI.CIDE CAPITAINE,

MARGUERITE ISMAY AND GIRLS,

TASTOR AND MERLE, EMILE EAZERN,

IRVINÛ BAYLES, FANNY POWERS, TED KALMAN.

and ii Gigautio Double Company,

PRICES: 3/, 2/, and 1/. No Early Doors. Plan at

Paling's.

_Business Manager, EDWARD MAAS.

TvriSS ETHEL CLIFFORD, l8 yrs.' Stage exn,, Tclir. lu. of all Stage, Step Dancing. THEATRICAL CLASS Saturday, 2.30, on Model of London Schools, lo-ivatc lessons any hour. I.O.O.I*. Temple, Elizabclh-st, city.

T M

AMUSEMENTS. A

A

Ululi?Hl ï H M A ï li a Direction and Management .. GEORGE HARLOW, Ltd. POPULAR'PRICES! Ss, »s, 1« (Early Door» pd Extri).

TELEPHONE: CITY 3k,ï. LAST FOUR NIGHTS THE

LAST FOUR NIGHTS. POWER LAST FOUR NIGHTS OF THE LAST FOUR NIGHTS ¿¡ROSS.

THE Farewell POWER to OF THE Old

CROSS. ravourltcs.

LAST TOUR NIGHTS

of

_THE TOWER OF THE CROSS._

DELPnl THEATRE.

SATURDAY NEXT, AUGUST 1°. SATURDAY NEXT, AUGUST 12. SATURDAY NEXT, AUGUST li.

First Presentation in Australia

OF TUB AT CRIPPLE CREEK GREAT AT CRIPPLE CREEK WESTERN AT CRIPPLE CREEK MINING AT CRIPPLE CREEK DRAMA AT CRIPPLE CREEK

Sensational, Thrilling, Realistic

A Stupendous Spectacular Production.

Bot Plan at *Elvv's, George-street (Reserved Seats, 4/). Day Sales omi Early Doors at White Rose Con- fectionery, Aiielphl-buildings, and at Crowe's Lihrarv, PItt-strrct.

_General Manager, .CHRISTIE S1M0NSENS.

E SPECKLED BAN D.

THEATRE ROYAL.

SATURDAY WEEK. AUOUST l8._

rn H

T

o-NianT. TO-NiaHT.

NATIONAL AMPHITHEATRE.

Sole Proprietors .... Brcnnan'ß Amphitheatres, Ltd. Governing Director . Mr. James Brennan,

BRENNAN'S VAUDEVILLE

ENTERTAINERS.

EVERY EVENING AT S O'CLOCK.

MATINEES, WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS.

THE BEST IN VAUDEVILLE.

LEST Y"OU FORGET.

MILLIE DORIS. MILLIE DORIS, MILLIE DORIS. MILLIK DORIS. The Sparkiest IJve Wire.

A Blizzard of Mirth.

THE

Grace P1QUAYS Grace «nd PIQUAYS and

SlrcngUi. PIQUAYS. Strength,

PIQUAYS.

Undoubtedly the most graceful performance cwr

presented on a Vaudeville Stage.

Admired THE An

by VAGOES object the VAGGES le greatest VAGGF.S to

Athletes. . VAGOES. all Sports.

Premier Ball Punchers of Hie World.

McGEK REECE MCGEE REECE

MCGEE «nd REECE. McGEE REECE

America's Foremost Dancers.

For the first time here.

MTLRO'E and MEN7TES, MELROSE and MENZIES,

Patter Comedians. t

FRANK YORKE .IAC

THE CLIFF GHARTETTE.

FLO D'ORYILLE, NELLIE KOliLK.

OUR GREW DOimLE COMPANY.

Bella Perman. Dora Leslie, Mny Aplin, Maude

Stewart "Williamson Girls, Jessie Ormond, Roy

Rene, Walter Whyte, etc.. etc.

ORDINARY PRICES: 2/, 1/(1. ]/. Gallen' 6d.

SATURDAY NIGHTS: 2/, 1/6, 1/, Reserved Scat» 6d

Extra.

AMATEUR TRIAL NIGHTS, FRIDAY EVENTNGS.

T T

SPECKLED BAN THEATRE ROYAL.

SATURO \Y WEEK, AUGUST l8._ E V I O. T 0 R I A.

Pitt-street

Direction . FRANK MUSGROVE.

DAILY, FROM 11 A.M. TO 11 PAL

A Complete CHANGE OF PROGRAMME, which will include the Great Master Photo Pla}*,

"THE BAGGAGE COACH AHEAD."

We Change our Programme every Monday, Thursday,

and Sunday.

Circle, 6d; Stall.«, 3d. Private Boxes, 5/.

EVERYTHING OF THE BIST.

_CHAS. F. JONES, Manager.

No. 2, TO-DAY.

/TUIE PRICE OF BEAUTY, at the LYRIC, TODAY*.

X_The jlocjctyDraina Superb;_ J. J. GEHDE'S Next Concert." Town Hall, Tuesday

" Ing. 22nd Aug. (Prince of Wales Birthday).

E

THEL IRVING.

VOICE PRODUCTION AND SINGING.-NEW VOICE

Strengthening and Developing Method. "Every- one who can speak can leam lo sing," SIGNOR li. ROSSJL S30A George-street. Write or call for prospectus. WANTED, first-class AGENT, good Theatrical Com-

pany, Topnotcher only.

SWIFT PRINT, 5 Jamieson-lane, city.

AMÜSEMENTS. T

n B - D Y C E. Ü M. Solo Direction ..'.. O. SPENCER.

KVENINCS, 8. '

Matinees, Wednesdays and Saturdays, 2.30.

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

The Homo of Pictures.

Mr. Spencer has much pleasure in presenting his local production from the well-known novel,

MARGARET CATCHPOLE, MARGARET CATCHPOLE, MARGARET .CATCHPOLE,

MARGARET CATCHPOLE,

MARGARET CATCHPOLE, Staged and MARGARET CATCHPOLE, Scened bv

MARGARET CATCHPOLE, Mr. SPENCER'S MARGARET CATCHPOLE, Staff of MARGARET CATCHPOLE, Experts. MARGARET CATCHPOLE, MARGARET CATCHPOLE,

This is a rictiirc Play of the greatest interest. An English and Australian Story set in n frame of glorious scenery, produced by an Australian, acted by Aus-

tralians, and made, sn-to-spcak, likelike In photographic I splendour by Australians. Margaret Catchpole is a

story that will engross the attention of men, women, and children hero and elsewhere hy reason of its actual tniism. It abounds In tellinc situations, and relates faithfully some of the incidents in the life of the mo*t remarkable woman of the psst decade.

The name of Marg-iret Catchpole, which bus been revived in England bj Mr. Lawrence Irving in the dramatic world, is now being revived in Australia in the Picture Plav world by Mr. Spencer. It is a remarkable fart that, although ccntures may pass, the lives of notabilities are In some woy or other brought before the present generation and arouse more interest than at the times of their actual lives, for they recall the past in more ways than one, and continue to leave "footprints In the sands of time."

Thus Mr. Spencer in presenting this rlcture Play does so with the assurance of the public's support and satisfaction, and that once more hq will Introduce an element into the Picture Play world such as will justify his title tt-s "King of Cinematographcrs,"

FULL ORCHESTRA AND EFFECTS.

PRICES: 1/6, 1/, and Cd Vlan, Paling's. Btv Sale,

White Rose.

Doors, 7.15. Overture, S.

WR CH.VNGE MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS.

LEONARD B O R W I O K,

, the Pianist of n Generation.

SECOND RE"1TAL, THIS EVENING, at S.15.

PROGlt \MME INCLUDES:

FUNERAL MARCH SONATA (Chopin),

UNDER DIRECTION OF J. AND N. TAIT.

SECOND RECITAL, TO-NIGHT, at S.15. SECOND RECITAL, TO-NIGHT, »t 8.15.

cf

LEONARD BORWICK, LEONARD BORWICK,

LEONARD BORWICK, > LEONARD BORWICK, LEONARD BORWICK, LEONARD BORWICK,

the Poet Pianist. s

"Mr. Borwick is a charming player, with a mar- vellous technique, and though he lus power, refine- ment of a special and distinguished character Ls his forte."-"Sydney Morning Herald."

"With singular ihjtm Mr. Borwick seems to caress the piano as if inviting rather than compelling it to speak, and it responda like a sentient being."-"Daily Telegraph."

LEONARD BORWICK LEONARD I1011WICK LEONARD BORWICK ' LEONARD BOUWICK

LEONARD BORWICK LEONARD BORWICK

has taken Australia by storm, and is acclaimed by press and public as

I THE FINEST PIANIST »ho has ever visited this country.

'THIRD RECITAL-TO MORROW. TUESDAY', AFTER-

NOON, at 3.

FOURTH RECITAL- THURSDAY EVENING NEXT.

Final Recital,

SATURDAY EVENING NEXT.

TO-NIGHT Mr. Borwick will Play

(1) Italian Concerto. Badi

Andante and Five Variations . Mo»irt

(2) Funeral March Sonata . Chopin (3) Aufschwung (Upwards and Onwards), Na 2 of the

"FanUislcstncko" . Schumann Romance No. 2 in I' sharp major . Schumann Ettldc in I) flat Minor . )..,,,

Lied ohne Worte in F »harp Minor [ Mendelssohn Characteristic piece in A Major ..J

(4) Toccata ."Dcl",'ss-V

Menuet a l'antique . Spimbati Soiree de Vienne .j Liszt Bliapsodic Hongroise No. 12 .1

TWO AND THREE SHILLING TICKETS TWO AND THREE SHILLING TICKETS Now on Sole at Nichol.on's and Searls. Box Plans at Nicholson's.

Special Students" Concessions obtainable by applying

to J. and N. Tait co. Nicholson's,

to J. ana «. um GronGK g n0Lmrr¡N,

Representative for J. and N. Tait ?

VSEI-HALL; lUTHURST-STllEET. » DIRECTION, WILLIAM "ANDERSON.

AN UNPRECEDENTED SUCCESS Achieved on Saturday' Night by

the Finest Humourist jet seen »r Sj"dncy.

JOSEPH BLASCIIECK,

nssisted bj

' MISS MILDRED \\ HIGHTON.

Their Delightful Entertainment,

SOCIETY SNAPSHOTS,

Acclaimed by the Vast Audience,_ THE MOST VARIED. THE MOST NOVEL,

THE MOST ENJOYABLE,

yet presented bv Society Entertainers. BLASCIIECK Surpassed all Expectations.

TILASCHECK His Vcnatilltv a Revelation. BLASCHECK Convulses with Laughter. BLASCIIECK Or Moves to Tears.

BLASCIIECK A Consummate Humourist

BLASCIIECK A Past Mister of Dramatic Art

Programme varied every evening.

Prices: 3/ (Reserved), 2/, »nd 1/. Box Plan ot Paline's. Day Sales at "The White Rose,". Pitt street

s SIMW STANLEY, _Managor._ THE"PRICE "OF BEAUTY, at the LYRIC. TO-DAY. _The Society Drama Superb._ rrULULAND, «t the COLONIAL No. 2, TO-DAY". ¿J A Drama of Darkest Africa.

CHARMING PHOTOGRAPHS.

WHAT A PLEASURE IT IS TO LOOK UPON A CHARMING PnOTOGR\Pn. ITS ARTISTIC QUALITIES APPEAL TO lOUR GOOD TASTE. YOU ARE FA*CIN\TED BY THE DELICACY OF LIGHT AND SHADE, WinCH GIVES TO THE FE VTURES Til \T LIFELIKE EXPRESSION.

IT CHARMS YOU BECAUSE IT EMPHASISES THE INDIVIDUALITY OF THE PERSON WHOM

IT REPRESENTS

OUR PHOTOGRAPHS IIAVE THESE DISTINGUISHING TEVTURIS, AND IN ORDER TO PROVE THEI11 SUPERIORITY WE ARE MAKING THIS EXCEPTIONAL OFFER

12 CAniNET PHOTOS, WITH A HANDSOME TRAMED ENLARGEMENT, FOR 21/.

REMEMBER, OUR WORK IS THE HIGHEST STANDARD OF PHOTOGRAPHIC EXCELLENCE,

WHICH MARIS THIS A WONDERFUL OFFER FOR YOU.

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VICTORIA PARK RACES.

£1000. PRIZE MONEY. £1000.

i

AUGUST CARNIVAL. AUGUST CARNIVAL.

OPENING DAY,

\

1 TO-DAY, BANK HOLIDAY,

AND

WEDNESDAY NEXT, AUGUST Oth.

1Ô00 SOVS. t 1000 SOVS. 1000 SOVS., ' -

2S4 ENTRIES. ist "(V,

T RACES. t ; '

SPRING JUMPING EVENTS. SPRING.

OVER THE BATTENS AND BRUSH,

; PN AUSTRALIAN PREMIER RACECOURSE.

VICTORIA PARK.

FOIST RACE, 51 P.M.

SPECIAL TRAMS every few minutes direct to Racecourse Gate«. One peony fare from Central Railway

Station.

20 and 2X Imperial Arcade. 'Phone, 654 CcntraL H. COBCROFT, Secretary V.P.R.O.

THE STADIUM, RUSHCUTTER BAY;

TAKE 1UNG-STREET TRAM.

SATURDAY, AUGUST 10th, AT 8 30 P.M.

HUGHIE MEHEGAN v CHARLIE GRIFFIN.

PRICES- 10/, 51, 31, 21. Seals may be booked at Proudford's, 09A Castlereagh slrcot, olio 'Ettstway's,

330 George-street

SATURDAY, 26th AUGUST.-J1MMY HILL v BILLY ELLIOTT.

SATURDAY, 2nd SEPTEMBER,-BILL LANG v JACK LESTER. _ ,

HUGH D, MclNTOSH, Monifdne; Director,

AMUSEMENTS.

PRINCESS THEATRE A (Near Glaclarlum, opp.,Railway Station.)

WEST'S PICTURES An

WEST'S riCTURES All New Programme WESrS PICTURES To-night.

WEST'S PICTURES.

Best of All. WEST'S PICTURES. Pest of All.

TO-NIGHT'S PROGRAMME

consists of a

STARTLING SERIES OF STAR SUBJECTS,

Scene after Scene.

Sensation After Sensation.

Thrill upon Thrill.

SrORTS IN INDO cniNA. Fun with Um little SPORTS IN INDO CHINA. Brown Man of SPORTS IN INDO CHINA. Annam.

Still Another Naval Coup,

SHELLING OF THE SAN MAltEES.

A Spectacular Portrayal of the destruction of the old Battleship, formerly the Teta«, riddled and sunk by the new "Sea-fighters" in the interest of science and navul experiment

ad. 1/. I/O. PEOPLE'S PRICES. fid, 1/, I/O. T> A L A C K THEATRE.

FIRST PANTOMIME M VTINEE, FIRST PANTOMIME MATINEE, FIRST PANTOMIME MATINEE,

WEDNESDAY NEXT, AT 2. WEDNESDAY NEXT,,AT 2. Doors Open at 1 o'clock. Children Half Price to all parts.

ALACE THEATRE, Lessee and Manager ...... WILLIAM ANDERSON.

MAGNIFICENT SUCCESS. A VERITABLE TRIUMPH.

ON SATURDAY NIGnT

WILLIAM ANDERSON'S WILLIAM ANDERSON'S

SCORED A MAGNIFICENT TRIUMPH

in the

Hilarious and Gorgeous Riot of Fun,

THE OLD WOMAN WHO LIVED IN A SHOE.

TO-NIGHT, PANTOMIME AT THE PALACE. TO-NIGHT, PANTOMIME AT THE PALACE. TO-N1UHT, PANTOMIME AT THE PALACE.

Produced under the supervision of George Bryce.

Popular Pnces-3/, 2/, and ii. Box plan at Elvy's. Booking fee. 1/ extra. Dn.v SJICS at White Rose, Pitt street Early Doors Od extra.

GEORGE COATES, Representative.

HE SPECKLED 1

THEATRE ROYAL.

_SATURDAY WEEK, AUGUST ID,

T1IEL IRVING.

AHGARET CATCHPOLE,

TO-NIGHT, LYCEUM ONLY.! riMIE PRICE OF BEAUTY, at the LYRIC, TO-DAY. -L The Society Drama Superb.

A USTRALIAN JOCKEY

RANDWICK RACECOURSE.

FIRST DAY: SATURDAY, SEPT. 30.

THE HURDLE RACE.

A HANDICAP Sweepstakes of 0 sovs each, lit, with SOO |

sovs added. About two miles.

THE TRIAL STAKES.

A SWEEPSTAKES of 10 sovs each, Iff. with 500 sovs |

added. For threc-ycarsold and upwards, which have not won a race exceeding l.*>0 sovs in value up to the time of running. Weights, three-years

old, 7st 121b; four years, Sst Sib; «ve years and . upward«. Set 101b; maidens at time of running al- lowed Tib; usual allowance to mares and geldings. Apprentices allowed 51h. The owner of the sec- ond hon,e to receive 100 sovs, and Hie owner of the thin! 50 sovs from Hie prize. One mile and

a quarter.

A..I.C. DERBY.

WOO sens added. One-milo mid a half. (ENTRIES

CLOSED).

. THE F.PSOM HANDICAP. _ 1500 SOTS added. One mile. (ENTRIES CLOSED).

THE SPRINO STAKES.

A SWEEPSTAKES of 10 sovs each, 1ft, with 1000 fore

added. iFor three-ycars-old and upwards. The owner of the Eceond horse to receive 200 sovs, and the owner of the third 100 eovs from the pruc.

, One mile and a half.

THE KENSINGTON HANDICAP.

V HANDICAP SWEEPSTAKES of 10 BOVS each, 1ft, with ' SOO sovs .addrd. Tile owner of the second horse '' 'to receive. IO) sovs, and tile owner of the third 00

ibvs from the prize. Lowest weight, .st iib. Weights on mell day as the committee may ap- point Seven furlongs.

SECOND DAY: MONDAY, OCT. 2.

THE SHORTS.

A HANDICAP Sweepstakes of 10 sovs each, 1ft, with

600 sovs added. For three-ycars-old and upwards. Tile owner of the second horse to receive 1O0 sovs, and tlie owner of the third SO sovs from the prise. Weights after Ont day's racing. Six furlongs. THE curmoRN STAKES.

(FOR THHEi:) CARS-OLD.)

A SWEEPSTAKES of 10 wvs radi, l.t, vvilh 10M sw«

added. For tliree-v'enrs-old. Coll», Mt 61b: fillies. Sit; geldings, allowed 31b. The owner of the second lior»e to receive 2O0 sovs, .and the owner of the third 100 sovs from the prise. The winner of any race (not a handicap) of the value of 100 Mivs to carr}- Sib; of any such race of the value of 200 sovs,'"lb; of any such race of the value of WO ro\s. 101b extra. The winner of the A.J.C. Derby to carry »lb penalty. One mile and

'' 'Url0'"J- THE METROPOLITAN: _","

3500 sovs added. One mile and a halL ENTRIES

CI'0SEDT11E FIRST STEEPLECHASE.

A I1ANDICAP Sweepstakes of 0 sovs each, 1 fortcit,

with 300 Fovs added. The owner of Hie second horse to receive 00 sovs, and the owner of the third SO sovs from the prize. Over such connie and jumps as Hie committee shall direct Weights on such day as the committee may appoint The winner of any Hurdle Race or Steeplechase after tho declaration of the weight* to carry 101b extra.

.About »«"»g» jaja^J- pL.VTE.

1500 sovs added Five Furlongs. (ENTRIES CLOSED.)

THE SQUATTERS' HANDICAP.

A HANDICAP Sweepstakes of IO sovs each, 1ft, with A 60CI sovs added. For three-ycars-old and up-

wards. The owner of the second horse to receive 100 ¿ovs, and the owner of the (hird horse 50 sovs "rom ne prize. Weights after firs days racing A winner of any handicap after the declaration of «eights to carr,' 101b «tra. One

mile and a rpiartcr.

THIRD Dil 1\FDN>SD\Y, OCT L

Tilt S1COND HURDLE RACE

A HANDICAP Sweepstakes of tf sovs each 1 forfeit

with 300 sovs added About two miles and a

half

THL CRAVEN PLATL.

A aWTCPSTAKLS of 10 sovs clcll 1 forfeit, with 2000

60vs added lor thrce-j cars old and upwards, rho owner of Hie second horse to receive 400 sovs and the owner of the ti I rd 200 sovs from the prise One mile and a quarter

TH1 SUBURBAN HANDICAP

A nANDICVP Sweepstakes of 10 sovs each, 1ft, with

500 sovs added One mile

Till CR\\TH\M STAKES, (r-OR THnr T Y T ABS OLD )

A SWTEPSTMvtS of 10 sovT, eoch 1 forfeit with 500

sovs added For three j cars old which have not since the 31st dav of lulv 1911, won a race (other than a liandicap) of the value of 400 sovs. Colts 8st "lb fillies Sät _Ib geldings allowed dib The winner of anj race (not a handicap) of the valuo of loo sovs to corry 51b of auj such race of the value of "00 sovs ]01b extra Maidens (at time of running) allowed ]01b The owner of the second 1 orse to receive 100 sovs and the owner of the third 50 sovs from tlie prize One mile.

Tnr GIMCRACK STAKES

500 fOVB added 1 our and a half furlongs (ENTRIES

CLOSED )

Till SIDYFt HANDICAP

A HAN DIC \P Sweepstakes of 10 sovs each 1 fortd*,

with 500 son added One milo and a half.

FOURTH DAY: SATURDAY, OCT. 7.

THE HIGHWEIGHT HANDICAP.

A HANDICAP Sweepstakes of 10 sovs each, 1ft, with

600 sovs added. Weight*. Lowest weight, 8st

Tib. Six Furlongs.

THE WAVERLEY' HANDICAP.

A HANDICAP Sweepstakes of 10 sovs each, 1ft with

COO sovs added. One mile and three-quarters.

THE DOWLING STEEPLECHASE.

A HANDICAP Sweepstakes of 8 sovs each, 1ft with

400 sovs added. About three miles.

THE MEMBERS' HANDICAP.

(FOR THREE-YEARS-OLD.)

A HANDICAP Sweepstakes of 10 sovs each, 1 forfiit,

with 500 sovs added. One mile and a furlong.

THE RANDWICK PLATE.

A SWEEPSTAKES of 10 sovs each,- 1 forfeit, with ITC

sovs added. For thrco-yeors-old and upwards. The owher of the second horse to receive 200 sovs, and Uic owner of the third 100 sovs from the prize.

Two mues.

THE FINAL HANDICAP.

A HANDICAP Sweepstakes of 10 sovs each, 1 forfeit,

.with 500 sovs added. Ona Mile and a Quarter.

The General Entries for the above Meeting are to be made with the Secretary rf Uti A^l.C, Sjdney. cr V.R.C., Melbourne, before four (4) o'clock p.m. on MONDAY, 4th SEPTEMBER, 1911.

eyNOTE.-The First Forfeit for the EPSOM HAN- DICAP and METROPOLITAN moy be declared with the Secretary of the A.J.O., Sydney, or A'.ILO., Mel- bourne, before 4 o'clock p.m. on MONDAY, 4th Sep- tember, 1911. If Entries arc made by telegram the amount of First Forfeit must be wired.

«arniiST FORFEIT OF ONE SOV. MUST

ACCOMPANY EACH EXTRY.Ta

A..T.C. RULES OF RACING. BYLAWS, AND

REGULATIONS.

THE COMMITTEE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO REFUSE

ANY' ENTRY.

Wherever the words "Apprentices allowed 51b" are used in the conditions of any mee, the word Appren; tices shall mean "persons who have received permis- sion from tlio Committee of the A..I.e. to ride In races as Apprentices, and who have not ridden five winners during their apprenticeship."

Programmes, containing full particulars, may be had on application,

0. W. CROPPER, Secretary A.J.O.

0 Bllgh-street, Sydney._

mHE PRICE OF BEAUTY, «t the LYRIC, TO-DAY. .J. The Society Drama Superb.

AMÜSEMENTS.

J^YRIO AND COLONIAL THEATRES.

Direction . J. D. WILLIAMS.

LooV, Pcopjle, Look.

Y'our comfort and amusement Royally looked after in our

Incomparable Amusement Palaces.

Come any time from 11 ».m. to X1 p.m. A different programme at each theatre.

New programmes twice weekly, Mons, and Thura. Dally attendance over 10,000.

Compare our programme with '

Others, where they charge twice our prices. Ladle* and children will alvvaj's And Our rest rooms at their disposât Never do wc raise the prices.

Included in our regular programmes

Arc many exclusive Stir Pl^oto-PIays.

Leaders and Originators, not Imitators.

)

To-day, To-day, we

Have much pleasure in presenting an

Entirely new programme at each theatre. Al the Ljrie a great Star Sodcty Draina,1

The Fricc of Beauty.

Re Colonial No. 2, see "Zululand," a startler. Enterprise somewhat ahead of others. STALLS, 3d: D"RXSS CIRCLE, Bd.

GREATER J. D. WILLIAMS AMUSEMENT CO., Ltd.

rriHE SPECKLED

THEATRE BOYAL.

SATURDAY WEEK. AUGUST 19.

.nyriiEi, IRVING.

rpiIB PRICE OF BEAUTY, ot the LYRIC,

The Society Drama Superb.

ZULULAND, at the COLONIAL No. 2, TO-DAY.

A Drama of Darkest Africa._ ¡sj. J. GEHDE'S Next Concert, Town Hall. Tucsd.iy t> Evening. 22nd .Aug. (Prince of Wales Birthday).

AMERICAN PICTURE PALACE, LTD., .". 803 PITT-STREET. 303

Direction, Walter Brown.

OPEN ALL DAY, 11 A.M. TO 11 P.M.

TO-DAY.' TO-DAY. TO-DAY".

CHANGE OF PROGRAMME.

NEW PICTURES AND LATEST H.LUSTRATED SONGS. NEW PICTURES AND LATEST ILLUSTRATED SONGS.

Among Uic Star Items To-day is

ZULULAND,

A most powerful vivid drama, to bo seen to be

appreciated.

Don't forget. Ladies, our Theatre Is 'absolutely fire- proof, and is now recognised the most up to date.

Every Film specially imported from the Continent

ladles «nd Uuldreu cordially invited to "our Day Sessions, which arc the talk ol Sjdncj.

.STALLS». 3d; Circle, 3d extra._ ZULULAND, at the COLONIAL No. 2, TO-DAY]

_:_A Drama of Darkest Africa. _

rpOWN HALL, TOWN HALL"; "*- SYDNEY.

MONDAY MIDDAY ORGAN RECITAL

The usual MONDAY MIDDAY ORGAN RECITAL will bo held in tile 'iovvn Hail, Sjdney, THIS DAY (MON- DAY), the 7th instant, between the hours of 1.15 and 1.45 p.m., when the City Organist Mr. Ernest Truman, A.R.C.O., Lcipsic, R.C.M., will preside at Uio Organ.

ADMISSION TREE.

CHILDREN IN ARMS NOT ADMITTED. *

THOMAS 11. NESBITT,

Town Hall, Sj-dno.v, Town Clerk.

4th August. 1911.

ZULULAND, at the COLONIAL No. 2, TO-DAY".

_ _ A Drama of Darkest Africa._

)LE,

TO-NIGHT, LYCEUM ONLY. MARGARET CATCHPOLE,

TO-:

EULWAY INSTTTUIP

Dev onshtrc street cltv

The Rallwaj and Traun ay Musical Sodcty,

Musical Director UEO M GROUSE. In 11st quett s Romantic Comic Opera

RIP V VN WINKLE

ill} arrangement with Messis. c1 appell and Co)

TONIGHT TUhSDW WLDNISDVY and THURSDAY

7th 8U Olli and 10th August 1011 at 7 45 p m TICKETS 2s (Reserved) No BooUig lee and Is.

1 lau at Palii j, s.

_It T BFDW LI I Hon. Secretary

TO DAY

AL A^ A'

AL

ALLWNDIU COLLEGE.-lee £1 Is. Full tuition, _an 1_ ref nded if pi pil do 's i ot pla.v peri 8 lets.

SUII-RIOR DANCING CLASSIC

1 he Misses KLM) Mois. TO 'tats 3 pm

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HE TRICE Or BFAUT) ni the LV RIC TO DAY

The Society Drama Superb_

D"

__._. . - - .-_ - those not nfnud of hard practice ind studv required

Arplv Slgnor RO'vSI 136 V Ceorge Btrect

DU^MVnc-J P WEST Teacher of 1 locution and

Dran itfc Art V acai ries for Reglnners m his Dramatic C1 ib Rehenrsal W edncsdav evenings. Mem bership fee ffl and Is wceklv Private lessons 2js per quarter Teacher Mr WFST Appl)

_ <JO" Park road Paddington

"ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS AND AQUARIUM.

Open 9 30 to 5 week diyj

And 2 to 5 p m on Sundays.

"TTLNTIULOqUlSM.-Few Figures, sell cheap Apply

> ev enings 0 to "10 to Professor "3 Lower Fort st nOTEL STFVVE MANL) - Mecllent tainch and

Dim er Inil) an 1 Sundays j mile to Golf Links. -pyniEL IRVING

IIE PRICE 01. BP Vim at the LYRIC TOD«

The Society Drama Superb_

T

r7ULULA>D at the COLON! \I No 2 TODAY

'_A Drama of Darkest Africa_

STOCK, SHAKES, ANE MONEY. A

LOAN OH ICE. . , M JOSrPIl, HNANCTTR 100 KING STRFET two doors from I lTT STRFET HBST FLOOR UPSTAIRS.

Telephone 1340 Centra] Established 13 years. I To enable CUEVTS to share In the success of the operations of my FFNANCIVL DEI AltTMENT I hsve decided to LOWrR the RATE of INTEREST

I advance MONEY on FURNITURE SEWING MA CHINLSI JEWELLERS MOTOR CARS LAND and ALL CLASSES OI SECURITY ALSO ON YOU OWN P NOTE and my rates of Interest tre the Lowest in (he rat} I also pay off LOANS from other offices

£5 LENT IOR ¿1 payable 4/ weckl} for 6 months. £10 LENT FOR £2, payable 5/ weekly for 12 months. £15 IFNT "OR £3 psjoblo 0/ weekly for U months. £!0 LINT I OR £4 payable 7/8 weekly for 12 months. £2a LENT I OR £5 pa} able /0 weekly for 12 months. £30 LENT FOR £0 paying 10/ weekly for 12 months.

VND UPWARDS TO ANY AMOUNT

M IOSFPH 100 King st 2 drs from Pitt-st T 1348 O

A LL YOU HAVE TO PAY I ?". is £2 for JÎVERY £10 ADVANCED, repayable

in TWELVE MONTHS, for a Loan on Furniture, or any reasonable security (without possession), from £10 to £500. Apply to rae, and 1 will immediately make you an advance; also pay oil any loan at the above rate.

NO FINES, ETC., CHARGED.

GEO.' W. CODWrN, 00 Castlereagh-street, three doora from King-street, city, opposite Thejtrc BoyaL

LL YOU" HAVE TO /DO

IF YOU REQUIRE A LOAN ON YOUR FURNI- TURE, any other class of security, OR ON YOUR POSITION, Is simply to call on

STANLEY FELS (PRIVATE LENDER).

who will fix you up in a few hours without publicity or registration.

Address: 14S Viekcry's-ehambcrs, 82 Pitt-street.

, Between Moore and Hunter Btrccte.

TAKE LIFT. TEL., CITY 1233. AN ABSOLUTE FACT,

That our Business is conducted in a straight-for- ward, courteous, and lenient manner, on tenns to suit your own convenience. AT THE SAME ADDRESS FOR 20 YEARS, J. nERMAN, Britannia Loan Ofllce, 1U Elizabeth-street, het Market-King nts. T..- Cen. 3094.

BE ADVISED BY

THE OLDEST OFFICE TN" THE STATE.

WE ADVANCE MONEY AT LOWEST INTEREST,

on FURNITURE, PIANOS (without pos.), DEEDS, Etc.,

ALSO WITHOUT SECURITY.

.TO THOSE IN PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT. LONDON FINANCE and MORTGAGE CO.,

42 Elizabeth-st, nr. Huntcr-st, gnd. floor. T.. 2055 Cen. ' GEO. TA'VLOR, 105 Q.V. Markets, Lcnils-Sicncy

psiv.. and at lower interest than any other office. I AM PREPARED TO GIVE FINANCIAL Assistane to

anj- respectable Person, with or without security, np to any amount; low rate of interest. Call or write. Mrs. ISRAEL, 11 Rowe-strcct, Woollahra. Hours, lill. T OANS on Furniture, Pianos, Machines, Prom. Notes,

JJ lowest interest E. Selig, 131 King-si, Newtown. I

STOCK, SHARES, AND MONEY. I G

OLD-MINING SYNDICATE.

It is proposed ,to lease a S-acrc block in the Wel- lington District, tpon 'which a shaft has been sunk to S0ft.> Tile Reef varies from lOin to 3 or 4 Inches. The latest assay from Department of Mines (2S/4/'ll) gives 3oz Sdwt per ton.

Inspector of Miijca speaks highly of the property. A Syndicate is being formed of 20 aliares of £10 each (10 of which will be issued to the Vendor«), to fur- ther develop the property.

Applications for shares are invited by

HENRY FRENCH, Shorebroker, '

03 Pitt-street.

JMPORTANT TO BORROWERS.

PRIVATE LOANS AT LOW INTEREST.

I LEND £5 FOR 15», £10 FOR 25s, £20 FOR 45s, £50 FOR £0 15s, £100 FOR £10, and larger amounts on Furniture, Pianos, etc. ' (without possession or registration), Interests under Wills, Deeds of Land, and othci Security at' Ixiwcr Interest EASY REPAY- MENTS, No delay or charges. Call upon me before deciding elsewhere, and YOU WILL SAVE MONEY'.

M. DAA'IDSON,

OFFICES, 5 AND 8 VVENTWORTH-COUIVT,

61 ELIZABETH-STREET, CITY.

INTERESTS UNDER WILLS.

We ore prepared to mnkc ADVANCES on tils class of security at 5 per cent interest.

JAMES CARROLL and COMPANY.

10 Iluntcr-strfct.

TAMES CARROLL AND, COMPANY, ° 10 HUNTER-STREET

. (acting for the Tru'teos of several Estates),

have '

' Tltl*ST MONEYS TO LEND

AT 4 TER CENT. INTEREST, "

for n fixed term of years,

on Security of City and Suburban Freeliold or Lease-

hold Properties, Pattora] or Agricultural.

Land, Farms, etc.

And on Dlridend-psytop Shares, etc, etc.

MONEY ' -"Wixn-yyr

.U-L ADVANCED *i

UPON Ali CLASSES OF SECOMTT

AT LOW RATES OF INTEREST,

' AND UPON EASY TERMS OF REPAYMENT,

by the

N.S.W. MONT DE PIETE D. AND L

CO., LTD.,

74 CASTLEREAGU-STREET, SYDNEY.

' (HEAD OFFICE);

and »t MELBOURNE, BRISBANE, and NEWCASTLE.

EUSTACE BENNETT,

General Manager,

M O S E Ï LEN T,

iJ- A WOLPER,

50 ELKAUETHSTREET, CITY, and

C5 CLEHE-RO.VD, GLEBE.

If you arc seeking financial assistance, the chief consideration is moderate Interest, easy rcpiyments. and fair treatment 1 quote the actual interest and the time given for repayment of the loan. My tenra are for a period of 12 months, by weekly instalments,

as follows:

< £10 for £2 . at 5/ weekly.

£15 for £3. at 7/tl weekly. £20 for £4 . at 7/0 weekly.

AND UP TO AJÍY AMOUNT.

ON FURNITURE. PIANOS, SEWING MACHINE', LAND, or any otlier Security. Mortgages from 41 per ivnt. Existing Loans in other offices paid off and placed on a better footing.

MY MOTTO IS KA lit DEALING.

Tlie public who have had deallngB with mc In tlie past, 1 am sure of their confidence."Those who do not know nie, I ask to favour rae with a tall before arranging a loan elsewhere. I

Olllre Hours.-50 Elizabeth-street, city, I» rum. to 5 p.m.; 05 Glebe-road, Glebe, 9 a.m. to 8 run.

Telephone, City S0S0.

Y CHARGE for Lending Money is FOURPENCE i»

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ties (without possession). No fees or other charges, Rcpymts. to suit borrowers. Mr. George, Box 745, O.P.O. MONEY LENT on Furniture, Pianos, Sewing Ma

chines, etc. No fines, strictly private, and without Registration. Existing Loans paid off. Lowest rates of interest W. BERHMAN, 307 King-st, Newtown. T., 378. MONEY Lent to nnyonc In Permanent Employment,

absolutely without security. Terms moderate. ' Promptness and privacy guaranteed. HERBERT JIL

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HOltSrS and CARTS, from 10 per .cent COM-, MUNICATIONS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIVL.

^_BOX 40S. G.P.O. I f)N . INTERESTS UNDER WILLS, ^-, ' Great Britain, Australia,' or elsewhere. I advance

small or largo* Eums on Ul kinds of Reversionary or other interests under Wills, Marriage Settlements, Life Interests, Annuities, or money coming at the death of a relative or friend. But my specialty is the purchase of same right,out in Sydney. NO DELAY. Temporar}- Advances If required on day of applica- tion. Collection on commission. Inquines free. Fares paid to Sydney. Every privacy.

BERTRAM MURRAY,

37 Elizabeth-street (upstairs),

Svdnrv (between King and Hunter street»).

PRIVATE ADVANCES

IN A FEW nOURS. WITHOUT SLCUR1TY ON YOUR OWN NAME.

ADAANCFS MADF ON fORNTTTTRF (No p bllcity)

HORSES AND CAltrS DI EDS OF I AND

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street Pad hngton off Oxford street_

JJEVOLUTICN IN MONEY LENDING

NOT TO CRUSn BUT TO ASSIST BORROWERS.

JOEL PHILLIPS

*3"IS THE TAI h OF SA D\tY FOR LOW INTEREST CI\ II I r\ straight dealing and monej shorn I CHARGF £2 1-OR FA FRA £10 ADA ANCED Rl-PAA

ABLr- in 1" MONTHS upon PIANOS FURNITURE and other SECURITIES. LARGE AMOUNTS, ot LOWFR .RAH SOMF SECURITIES AS I OH AS 6 1ER CENT TnERFFOHF AAHA PA A. IUGH INT! REST when jon ¡nny do business with me THE ACTUAL IINDFR UPON MY NOW FAMOUS LOW RATF with ever} sccrecj ? NO FINES or other charges. Rcpajinents to

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STRICTLY PRIVATE.

MONEY ADVANCED ON FÜRNTTURE

AND PIANOS

(Without Possession or Registration}..

Deeds, Personal, or any Security. ?

NO FLNES OR FEES. ' EASY REPAYMENTS.

EXISTING LOANS PAH) OFF.

J. BLOOM,

US, CORNER BATHURST AND CASTLEREAGH STS. _TEL.. 1EC0 CENTRAL_ YDNEY PERMANENT F.L and B. CO. DEPOiTlS

S

>» AVANTED. £200 to £300.

HENRY FRENCH, Sharcbrolter,

93 Pitt-street

TRUST FUNDS.-Large and Small Sums to Lend on

Mortgage or Building Loans, City ond Suburbs. Low interest, no commission. G. A. RAA"ES. Solicitor, and Notary, Stock Exchsngo-Bldg.. 113 Pitt-street

TRUST FUNDS to LEND at lovíeít rates,

Dowling and Tayler. Sols., Stock Ex.. 113 Pitt-st

YX7 B'. NEVER REPOSE A PRIVATE ADVANCE OF MONEY to responsible people who offer reasonable security and are able to repay by easy instalments. WE LEND WITHOUT SECURITY to.straight and substantial men in perma- nent positions. AVc can furnish unanswerable proof of tile favourable' testimony of onr past and present clients. Transact j'our financial business with us and you will be satisfied.

CALDWELL AND WATT, 0 and 11 CASTLEREAGn-STREET,

_NEAR HUNTER-STREET, SYDNEY._ TATE-ADVANCE MONEY

* Y ON FURNITURE, PIANOS, DEEDS, OR ANY

SECURITY. EASY REPAYMENTS. LOW RATES. FAIR TREATMENT.

' M. DE P. COMPANY, LTD.,

1B6 CASTLEREAGU-STREET, corner of ?ark-«treet

SPECIAL NOTICE.-Customers have the advontag» of a side entrance, through a vestibule next door (No. £7 Park-street), thus alloiding absolute privacy.

LECTURES.

PAINTERS.-Under auspices of the Painters' Union

nnd International Socialist Party, J. R. WTLSON will Lecture on "Industrial Unionism," Trades Hall, August' Otli, Room 19. All invited. _

EELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS.

ATOONDAY PIIAA'ER MEETING. TO-DA)'. Ct -1> terence Hall, 139 Castlcrcagh-st, at 1.15 p.m. I Bromilow preside, Rev. G. C Crubb address.

_POULTRY, 7J0GS ETC.

CANARIES for "SALE, good'hïrds. Apply W. McFar

hine, Nicholsoii-st, Burwood.

Children. Montrose, Glcn-st, Mila

w

TD., Regular Supplies Prime DUCKS,, dressed. Aberfoyle Cash Butchery. I Georges! Avcst

/"lEREROS BAKING POWDER Tins contain a full looz V sad' Soz of Baldng Powder, lbs and Jibs.

1 'MEETINGS;" " *|

To o ii E Y s, rnrrs-s-J

t_ li 1 M I TEH

HALF-YEARLY- GENERAL MEETEfO.

appoint Auditors, and to transact £ cn oA¿.to

Artffi ^AÍAT""1 '» ^^¡t

in writing to the Secretary, ' " Mtic«

The retiring Director, P. T. Taylor, hu given ti»

offer themselves for re-election. ' ' T"e clWb^

The last Meeting of Directors at which Shira m lie transferred before the closing of the Transfer Boob will be hold on TUESDAY, the 15th August ,Ä Transfer Books of the Company «ill C^ÜÜ the 10th August to the 30th August, 101Ï, ffiiri^

By order of the Hoard.

" . ., , , ÂV. REDMOND, Secret«, Toohoj-s. Limited, "w<urj.

300 Elizabeth-street Sydney,

_8ml August,.1011. _ JT. S. W. FRESH FOOD AND ICE COMPANY, LTD,

NOTICE Is hereby giver, that the Onilnarr RALF.

YEARLY GENERAt, "MEETING of SharSrïtfU

be held at the Mcrcjntilc Mutual-chambers, lis Htt street on THURSDAY, AUGUST 24th, lau, at ILS) a,ln. » t **

BUSINESS:

To receive Balance sheet, Prout and Loss account.

and Directors' Report for Half-year cadtd m. June, IBU. " To elect a Director In the place of llr. Willi,»,

EdycMort, retired during llalf-jcar. Mr S

G. Berring was appointed by the Board to gji the vacancy, and now offers himself for re-el«! lion, and has given the requisite notice la if. cordance with the Articles of Association

And to transact anv oilier business that nar u

brought before the Meeting in accordance «¡ti

the Articles of Association.

* By order of the Board.

G. -A. HODSON,

The Transfer Books will be closed from toe ltao*'hi

24th August both days inclusive.

Head Office, 25 Ha'bour-strcct Sydney. ÎLS.W

_4th Anglist, 191L '' ?? ?

G

-UNTERBURY rAllK ItAChüOUItSE COMPAüi:

-> Limited. H

NOTICE is hereby given that an Ertnurthmj General Meeting of the Shareholders of the abort1 Company will he held at the Company's Office, Bd mont buildings, 15 Castlereagh street, Sydney a> Tuesday, the fifteenth daj of August, liri, ti j p m, for tfcc purpose of considering the tollowii* resolution, which »ill be proposed, and if carried, to arrange the order In which the «aid Directors sha annuall) retlru, and lo fix the rémunération of eua, namely ^

(1) That the Articles of Association be altatd Ia

the manner following -

(a) The following Article shall be tnbmUtKl

for Article 51, namely -

(51 ) Tlie number of Directors shall be deter.

mined from time to time bj the Shire« holdirs In General Meeting, «id amil otho wise determined sholl lie five, ?" and acj three or more Directors present at a Meet- ing shall form a Quorum or Board of Dm* tors, and no Slnrehohler shall be eiali. fled for the appoint mint of Director lmlea he holds and continues to bold at least slxt} sliares in the Company Question arising at any Meeting of the Director« dull be decided b} a majority of votes, and io case of an equality of votes the Chaînais slull have a second or casting rote.

By order of the Board,

WILLI \M LOV EL DAVIS,

Secretar/,

Sidney, 7th '.ngiist, Mil _

It VN VILLE SCHOOL OP ÄRÜ

NOTICE is hereby given that a SPrciAL (¡FVTrtUi MELTING of the Members of the OR AM ILLS SOIOOli OF ARTS will be held at the Institution on MONDAI, the 21st Aug. next, at 8 p m , to cdiuder the dear ability of empowering the Trustees to Montage tie Land and Buildings thereon, the I and hailne a Iront. agc of 43ft to Good street, Granville, and referred lo la Conveyances, registered No GSi, Book 712, tal ve, 048, Book 70S, for n 6Um not exceeding £1200, «nth mm being required for tlie purpose oí renewing; tie presea mortgoge and improvemnts to buildings on the bed ns above described. 1. Thackerav, T Irons, trait«. C. Townsend, lion, secretar} Granville. August 4. ¡"HO TAILORS AND TAILOIltSSIS

A A Special MLET1NG of the Tallon nnl Wloreta will bo held ni the Trida Hill, roMGHT, at i . o'clock. Business, election of Genera] ScercUrr. Re.

pert from Delegate to I., du*' Tillers' \\ iga Itara, All members are requested to attend

C W VLM R Tiraient

_J H CnOMBH SftTftirf

BESPOKE Bortmakers and Repairers I mon, «tiri!

dulv registered as Trade Union, hold their SI»* ly Meeting, Queen's Hall, Pitt street Tins Fran« ] Business. lVrniation log ol l'nce« ill brit; innled, UNITED Opcr-iilic Bricklayer*' Stielen -Merabenii

requested to attend Special VII rilSO TO-MCHT Important business in connection with PL. hope Conference_and_l ight Hourjlim W_I-ojis,Jeeret¿*.

A SPECIAL GENKUVL MUTING of the MASTR

FARIIILRS' ASSOCIATION will be held it tori House, 233 Castlereagh street citv, on TUESDAT, M August at 8 p m_K _0_ ASTON Secretary

rpiIE Old Retired Railvt-iJ and Trimwav Emplojea I JL arc requested to meet at the Tndes Hall, (tolbar»

st_NcTjjnrarsda} JV[ght, it 6 o'clock RIO, See. "TTvARLING llñrhour labour L»IOT Meets TMEÍÍ XJ Moonev's UotcL_ Kent-st S I llendne. Secrete;,

Defence A^ociatloiL^Imiorait neht flmtlev'-. Ilolci Harmibt ' .O.L., No Surrender, No I, tiois NO1 inert tM!¡14

ll.Li.« no ourrenurr, .>u i, nu, -, lui wv.

Alterations prevent Bv order, ff M

TENDERS

A!

hPlHLriR "small job" Pub. School AleuAil

11 Pollock_^

CONTRACTORS wishing to ten 1er for the FlKSti

of 2 Bnck Cottages in Burn oo 1 road (end toni to P J At AIII) AI v vrciiitm |

"7 Purran ill road vnMndAJ

rTIUJ ASSIGNTD 1.S1A11 01

^ARCHIBALD HI M1) I I I LERTON,

Farl 6treet Mosn at

LAUNDRA Bl SIM.So

FOR bALI 11) It MUR, AS A GOING CONCIBA

TENDERS ore invited an I will 1 e received ii o: offices, up to NOON on TllURSDv) Kita lnstut, li

Purchase of -

The TRUSTIES Right Title ind Ioterot I.

the plant and goodwill of the Hcribir; I«*

dn situated in lar! street Mo-inan

The highest or anj Tender not n cr vanlr »cop!«. lenders mutt be on o ir jrfntid lorn s, and iceffl. panled with a deposit of lo per c nt An invotW of the Plant maj be inspected upon ap¡ 1 cation HW ofllccs and cards to v lew the I aui In lso obuißei

STARKLY and STAKlvl)

Chartered \ecoi ntanti,

93 Hrk street Sydnej _Uigust 4_lill_ IN THL ASSIGN! D IS.! ATI 01

MA an I L J ISAACs.

TR ADING \S L IS A ACS and s(l\ ,

Clothing AlanllfuCturcrs I larcncc and Slatket raeai I Intending Tenderers aro rcmindcl thal lenden-sl Purclmo < "I the Stout; in Pr de in the «bo»« um CLOSF THIS DAA at NOO '

SrUlkl Y nnl STUIM i

Chartered A-wnnhib. .

) ork<trat_| ASONb.-fen lers víante 1 Stone Copir "?*«?

_Annlv_ oil lol Bcdloni and mint ti» v "p PA1NTFHS- lenders warn d tor Paint ns koT J

Pitt street Kirribilli where spee nrat.on °¡»

seen Tenders clos, at . oon Augi st ?> with t TV Architect Australian c1 ambir« How sir it °L

"PALM Ht S Tender for VTfTTu L « 1UW»

X and little C»g« Mplv ' - » H C««S near Tram She I Dudley s rorn ,r_ Jjlwibt; -ilMIMl-lenders to P MVr pair I nek Cow*

Ándale AWrd ~J arramall! rd_Anai dill

lEWi RACFTIRAINI its (1J»»>"/,' ' T'TLrf J tige r.s I Ians, »lice <?" Jnb_ < J^^JïJfi IWNSATLLL HUlROLIt Tm ¡M

S!

TENDFRS will be received at theWariI» 0 ¡until 2.30 p m on TULSD U 12th =rPTFMDEIt, HU,

(or the supplj of Uie folio ring plant -

1 ST! AM FRICTION WINCH nth Boiler«»

plete, to be mountei oi rigid Uc > T*» have two drums anl silrging '«» "GT of liftimr S, tons at Eft per second M«» ouslj, each drum or surging head lo J»» independent!/ ti e full load bclnc le« » broke. Controlling Bealol««* so a, to be convenio, tlj wort ed ly one »£ Boiler to be multitubular variety *>*§ moy also quote winch wiüioit bo ' T stating boiler power required foi i««: <T* 15-111 Ki-ROsiNL ,NGLM i lit JJ» «£

SAW HINCH conn Ute to '^ "?"£ saw, 2 OH I' Aerucil Cro«s Tine Boll». about 7ft 6ln x 1ft Jin with '¡V'Kfit eluding donkey feed pumps and JÍJ £C Safety Valves. 2S tons 1 lb "*"'*»? putts and bolts. lOewt tin x »in Doe « ft Tenderers may quote for anv of (lie artiI "" "££ «ed, and must In every case supplv full f*TT^ Including makers name, and stitt time w»

'" nvctoS« containing tenders must be entai

.Tender for (article quote J for' « dresed to The Chairman, Townsville Hart»«"Sj,

The lowest or any tender will not necesoW «

accepted.

T J ^^Mhejai

daj ot 11 a m SpeciBcatjonat No J)-¡-j mbADHlS wanted, for Asphalting 103 humai*. X_Neutral Bay_.-r-r~ZM~M rñLÑDi irfoT25 0oo TURI \ppi> f- 1Jvaw" "T X Job Ivirnlnlli AVharf North_^Uiat-_----flr= aAENDrRS.-Plastering pnce wanted ne

? ttilloughbj rd near 1 rncsist-r-rTPaWS rrtENDFRS for Brickwork of Cottage I y II »aP

X Edinburgh rd Alarrlckville _?r7CSSt rñFÜBHl for Paintim, new Cottage Wber«* 1 Uichlurrit lilyfield Tram TcnjffiB.^. rTvENDLRS for J Large Shops and U*^^

X st Randwick. J trank White "'''Jg.gZ. T.ENDERS, 2 Shops and Dwellings, Beanjimt

sie 1 I rank AMilte Architect-^j, TENDERS close for 10 IIOIÍÍ»«», rrmoJc Ilii IT ^

Palmer« city on AAcd. next J r "J3--r

ypLNDLRS Cart about JO 000 »W'''^

JL mndale Immcd Aiiiijv.JJ^Igraiil---^ rrO-NDHlb for Sewerage and Sanltarj work^ oi

1 Convent lorest rd Plans «t.i^J Jliiig-pS rhENDERS to Remove IVeattierooara1 Room '»b^ 1 Bay 4" Oxford st Pillmgion nr "»i^Aa ntESDERS- rloorlaver», CotUt.es nwt »anw X Pain French-nun s rd Rind Kk .^-r-p ñAO TUr-KPOINIHte -\\ antes! I nee lor M^ X iiu Cottue G (anon Arcjm_ctm.'"

ÁNTLD lenders for Plumblni. and I IW'^J fieoree I Bro vn lg New Canterh m rjJiliS? YX7-ANTED Tender« for Turling about COO« W VV on Job »at ter; st I Coorw----^r-iTla mnrp STiTTTS On 1 Disputes Act) Is w' »

Books All Builder, «age* 0°*«^ ? A»«*

Gd, Carpenters Piece»ort and W*"T.F . ,",(.

(id ?10NS 14 Castlereagh strrtl n ar IJ^,

_EDUCATI0NAL_____-~

BLUE MT&, Springwood.-Ladies Coll r"^ouj,

ORIFFDJ. IndiT. Tuition, Quarter dates from caw

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