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LIO HOLIDAY.

TUESDAY, AUGUST 22. . .» " CHEAP EXCURSION TICKETS. ' "

CHEAP EXCURSION TICKETS at 2d per mile First class return (minimum 2s), and Id per mile Second class Return (minimum Is) will be issued by the un derinentioned Down trains to and from all stations at which they are timed lo call.

CHEAP TRAINS FROM SYDNEY.

ILLAWARRA LINE.

TO-DAY (SION.).-S.Q p.m. for Nowra.

TUES., AUGUST 22.-7.S0 a.m., for Nowra; 8.5 a.m.,

for Wollongong.

SOUTHERN UNE.

TO-DAY (MON.).-6.15 p.m.. for Camden and Bun- danoon; 6.17 p.m., for Picton.

TUES., AUGUST 22.-S.O «.ni., for Bundanoon; 8.15 a.m., for Ticton; 9.45 a.m., for stations on the Camden

Line.

WESTERN LINE.

TO-DAY (MON.).-1.8 p.m., for Eskbank; 6.38 p.m.,

for Mount Victoria.

TUES., AUGUST 22.-7.55 a.m., for Eskbank; MO a.m., for Mount A'ictoria; 8.27 a.m., for Hazelbrook.

NORTHERN LINE.

TUES., AUGUST 22.-6.55 a.m., for Newcastle; 7.40 a.m., for Gosford; S.15 a-m., for Newcastle; 0.10 a-m.,

for Gosford.

CHEAP TICKETS nt Single Fare and Quarter for-flic Double Journey (minimum rates 2s First-class, and la Bocond-class) will be issued by the undermentioned trains to Sydney, and also to and from intermediate stations, where timed to call.

CHEAP TRAINS TO SYDNEY.

ILLAWARRA LINE.

TUES., AUGUST 22.-4.45 sum., from Nowra; 6,5 a.m.,

from Wollongong.

SOUTHERN LINE.

TUES., AUGUST 22.-4.20 a.m., from Goulburn,

WESTERN LTNE.

TO-DAY- (MON.).-1C.25 p.m., from Orange.

TUES , AUGUST 22.-0.5 a.m., from Mount Victoria.

NORTHERN LINE.

TO-DAY (MONO._4.4S p.m., from Singleton.

TUBS., AUGUST 22.-5.C0 a.m., from Weat v.tfi^r-*

These Tickets will be available for return trrrKl 'AUGUST 23, inclusive, by any train, except that tickets i«sued to Sydney and other stations in the Up direc- tion will not bo available for return by the Mel- bourne Express.

COMO AND NATIONAL PARK.

On TUESDAY, AUGUST 22, the maximum return fares from Sydney, Redfern, and intermediate Illa- warra Suburban stations (including the Bankstown Line) to Mortdale, Oatley, Como, Sutherland, Loftus, and National Park, will not exceed Is Od First-class, ftnd Is Second-class, available for return on day of issue onlj-. An improved service of traiiu will be given to ' the stations named.

MOOREFIELD RACES AT KOGARAH. I

On TUESDAY, AUGUST 22, Special Passenger Trains will leave Sydney for Kogarah at frequent in- tervals from 11.23 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. Special Train

for horses at 10.50 a.m. (

Trains will leave Kogarah for Sydney immediately!

after finish of races.

RETURN FARES, Sydney to Kogarah:-First-class, ' Is; Second-class, Od. j

.ADDITIONAL AND ALTERED TRAIN ARRANGE-

MENTS.

TUESDAY, AUGUST 22.

In addition to the ordinary service and the Cheap Trains shown above. Special country trains will leave Sydney at 8.55 n-m. for Kiama, 9.30 a.m. for Wol- longong, 6.40 p.m. for Kiama, S p.m. for Nowra, S a.m. for Goulburn, 6.15 P.m. for Coulburn, 11.45 p.m. for Camden, 8.27 a.m. for Mt Victoria, 11.28 p.m. for Penrith and Richmond.

SPECIAL TRAIN'S will also be run to Sydney from short distance country stations.

Tile 6.16 a.m. train, Campbelltown to Sydney, wnJJ NOT RUN. Owing to the withdrawal of this train, Workmen's Weekly Tickets from stations Campbell- town to Casula, inclusive, will be available by the train leaving Campbelltown at 7.27 a.m.

The 4.57 p.m. train, Sydney to Blacktown, and the 6.0 p.m., Blacktown to Sydney, WILL NOT RUN.

' ALTERED RUNNING OF SUBURBAN TRAINS.

On TUESDAY. AUGUST 22, several alterations and cancellations will bo made in the Sydney Suburban ser vices. The ordinary train sendee, as between Syd- ney, Bankstown, and Waterfall, will be cancelled on TUESDAY, AUGUST 22, and the Special Holiday Time- table shown on handbills substituted. Passengers arc referred to handbills for full particulars.

CLOSING OF GOODS SHEDS.

ON TUESDAY, AUGUST 22, tne GOODS SHEDS at ALEXANDRIA will be CLOSED, but those at SYDNEY nnd DARLING HARBOUR will be OPEN until 10 a.m. for the delivery of perishable traffic. The Goods Sheds at all other stations will be CLOSED except for the receipt and delivery of perishables.

CLOSING OF THE CITY TICKETS AND PARCELS

OFFICE.

ON TUESDAY, AUGUST 22, the City Tickets and Parcels Office will he CLOSED after 10 a.m. v

, For tile convenience of passengers wishing to return to Sydney in time for business on Wednesday morn ,ing, trains will leave Nowra at 4.45 a.m., Wollon . gong at 0.6 a.m.. Goulburn at 4.20 a.m.. Mt. A'ic

toria at 6.5 a.m., and Gosford at 6.40 a.m.

HANDBILLS givine full particulars of the Holiday arrangements may be obtained from all Stationmasters.

By order.

(tt54) _

ÖRAHAM'S COACïïES Run Daily, Tarana, Oberon,

and Jenolan Cavtt*.

CHEAPEST FARES.

AU communications promptly att-ended to.

AMUSEMENTS.

iW

Alt WICK TA RM

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, IBU. '£75 -Hurdle Race, about 2 miles.

'.Cou.-I arm Stakes, 1 mile. Tor all horses that have

ncicr recels ed a prize exceeding the value of 40

sois, (apprentices' allowances).

'£75 -Flying Welter Handicap, 0 furlongs Lowest

weight, ¡jst

£75 -Maiden Handicap, 0 furlongs. For 3-year-olds. |£100 -Warwick Handicap, 11 mile.

I£i0.-Liierpool Mile, 1 mile. Lowest weight 7st 71b

(apprentices' allowance).

For full particulars sec printed Programmes.

ENTRIES CLOSE THIS DAY, Aumist 21. En- trance lee each race, 10s No sweepstakes. ^.J.C. Huies The Committee reserve the right to refuse any entry. No entrj will be received without the necessary fee. PERCY A. OATLEY, Secy., 11 Tatt.'s Club chambers. 202 Pitt street_

.PRINCE OF WALES' BIRTHDAY,

-*- TUESDAY NF\T. AUGUST 22

Steamers to Clontarf from Fort Macquarie at fre- quent interials from 0am

DANCING IN CLONTARF PAVILION.

Glass and Trcinain'ff Band Centn. Is, Ladies (k1. Hot and Cold l\atir Free Luncheon and Refresh-

ment Rooms under new management. RETURN FARE Sd CHILDREN' 4d

. THE AYT.NUW, LANE COVE RIVER.

PRINCE OF WALIS' lilli fTIDAY.

DANCING ALL DAY.

Half hourly Firry Service hi Lane Co\e reny from Circular Quuj, foot of Pitt street

A beautiful Riiir Trip, and evin conscnience on the giounds for picnickers. HOl AND COLD WATER TRET Luncheon and Refnshmenis Piont} of Amusements for the soungetcn

Fire 3d each was. CHILDREN'S Tickets hilf price

BEING SYDNEY BY MOTOR, Bs PER HEAD «~- One of the powerful S M I) Touring C-irs will »tart the "Slimmer Sesson on TUr'-DAY. August 22, Prince of Wales' Birthdns, from Government Tonnst Bureau, with their popular trip nround Parramatta and the Orange Grose District etc, Twic Dailj, Î0 30 a m and 2 30 p m Bookings, Handbills, and

rall particulars. __

THOS COOK and SON, or GOVERNMENT TOURIST BUREAU. Challis House. Martin pjaco._ TSÖRREY'S GARDENS, P. of W Birthday-Dancing,

\J 10 turn, till 10 pia., la. Boxscll's Band. j S

AMUSEMENTS.

rp.ARKWEl.L THREE., ( N1G1

of

Jill. 11. B. IRVING.

FINAL MATINEE TO-MORROW. FINAL MATINEE TO-MORROAV.

JJ " n MAJIITY'S.

Lccsee and Manager . J. C. WILLIAMSON, Ltd.

N* Frtt List Children In arma aot admitttd,

THIS EVENING, AT a.

CLOSING NIGHTS OF A NOTABLE SEASON. CLOSING NIGHTS OF A NOTABLE SEASON.

FAREWELL TO MR. H. B. IRVING

and bli Complete Company of London Artista,

« including

MISS DOROTHEA BAIRD,

in the Historical Play

Box ria; at Paling's till 5 p.m., and thereafter al Theatre Oftlce, Market-street. Day Sale at Callose'a.

J. O. WILLLUISON. Ltd.

H

MAJESTY*1 TLAYGOERS ARE PREPARINO , to Welcome

The Return of

THE GREATEST of MUSICAL COMEDY FAVOURITES,

OUR MISS GIBBS, OUR MISS GIBBS,

STAYING FOR A FEW NIGHTS ONLY,

APPEARING NEXT THURSDAY.

ITPEARING NEXT THURSDAY,, .

THE

ROYAL COMIC OPERA COMPANY.

First Nightors will have their Reata allotted as usual. BOX TLAN OPENS -AT PALING'S TO-DAY, AT 9.S0.

J. a WILLIAMSON. Ltd.

ipHE MELBA GRAND OPERA SEASON,

Will be inaugurated on

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2,

at

HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE, SYDNEY.

Direction: J. C. WILLIAMSON, Ltd. PROGRAMME FOR FIRST WEEK: Saturday, Sept. 2 _-- LA TRAV1ATA. Monday .- FAUST.

Tuesday . SAMSON AND DELILAH.

Wednesday Matinee- FAUST.

Wednesday Evening -. LA TRAYIATA.

Thursday ,, , _- SAMSON AND DELILAn. Friday .-. FAUST.

BOX OFFICE ARRANGEMENTS.

Permanent first-nighters, in accordance with advices, have liccn allotted their scats for the first representa- tion of each opera of the series.

Patrons desirous of booking for EVERY FIRST NIGHT, or for EVERY SECOND NIGHT, or for THE ENTIRE SEASON, »ill please address their application!, to Paling's bv TO-MORROW. Priority of application will govern the allotment ol seats.

Mailed orders for single performances will be re- ceived at Paling's on WEDNESDAY'. They «ill be filed in the order received, and the seats assigned n near the desired location as possible Remittances must accompany orders in all casca.

Country Orders ami all communications, inquiries, and remittances should be addressed to Paling's, when a special staff has been appointed to deal with them.

Prices for Dress Circle and Orchestra Stalls Seat«: Opening Night. One Guinea; Other Nights (booked), , IB/- ---

I BOX PLAN OPESS AT PALING'S NEXT THURS-

DAY, at 0.30 a.m.

J. C. WILLIAMSON, LTD. '

rnHE

MERRY WIDOW.

TOE MERRY WIDOW THE MERRY WIDOW THE MERRY WIDOW THE MERRY WIDOW

fpHE.iTRE ROYAL.

Lessee and Manager .... J. C. WILLIAMSON, LTD.

THIS ¿VENING, AT S. MATINEE TO-MORROW.

THE MERRY WTDOW THE MERRY WIDOW 1 HE MERRY WIDOW THE MERRY WIDOW ,111F. MERRY WIDOW THE MERRY WIDOW THE MERRY WIDOW

THE MERRY WIDOW THE MERRY WIDOW THE MERRY WIDOW THE MERRY WIDOW THE MERRY WIDOW THE MERRY WIDOW THE MERBY WIDOW"

THE NEW COMIC OPERA COMPANY'S

BRILLIANT SUCCESS.

Box Plan at Paling's till 5 p.m., and thereafter i

Day Sale at Row's, opposite Stalls (KIng-st) entrance to I

Theatre.

3. 0. WILLIAMSON, Ltd.

DA N 0 I _N Q

PERFECT WALTZING, THE TWO-STEP. Etc

MR. AND MRS. ROBERTS

(Members of the British Association of Teachers of

Dancing, LONDON),

RECEIVE PUPILS, Morning, Afternoon, and Evening.

PRIVATE LESSONS (Special Advantages),

VARIOUS SUPERIOR CL.ASSES AVAILABLE. Commodious and Centrally-situated Rooms,

100 PHILLIP-STREET. NEAR KING-STREET.

CJT. JAMES' LARGE HALL.-Mr. and Mrs. ROBERTS' io Special Class for ADULTS, Wednesday Afternoon, at 3.30 o'clock. Also EVERY Monday and AVcdncsday Evenings, at 8. QUARTER commences from First Lesson. Particulars. 100 Phillip street_

fp I V O L I _ THEATRE.

TOMORROW, TUESDAY (PUBLIC HOLIDAY),

¡GRAND HOLIDAY MATINEE.

rp I y O L I - T H' E A T R E.

j Solo Proprietor and Manager .... Mr. Harry Rickards.

General Manager . Mr. John C. Leets.

TO-NIGHT, AT 8.

ENTIRE CHANCE OF PROGRAMME BY

THE GREAT LAMBERTI,

including a scena from the late George Du Mauricr's Famous Novel, "Trilby," concluding with the death of Svengali.

Arriving direct from Europe, and making their First

Appearances in Australia, i , CLARKE AND MOSTOL,

CLARKE AND MOSTOL, > CLARKE AND MOSTOL,

CLARKE AND MOSTOL, I

England's Novelty Comedy Couple, Refined ComcdianB,

and Dancers Extraordinary.

FRED BLUETT,

Australia's Favourite Comedian.

SYDNEY BACH, ALEXANDER PRINCE,

Wolbh Entertainer, King of Concertina Pindera, CARLTON MAX, GODFREY JAMES,

MARGUERITE ISMAY AND GIRLS.

PASTOR AND MERLE, THE BRICHT SISTERS, THE TWO MCCOLLS, VINCENT ami SINCLAIR, LES. VAR TON, JACK HELLER. FRED. CHAMPION, IRVING SAYLES, FANNY POWERS.

and a Gigantic Double Company.

MISS E'lHEL CLIFFORD, la .us.' Sl..ge e\p" lUir.

of all Stage, Step Dancing. THEATRICAL CLASS, Saturday, 2..'tn, on Almirl of landon '-'clroK Prliute lessons any hour. I.O.O.r. Temple. FHrnheth-st, city. \X/ALTi:it IlEN'TLEY'S RECITAL. THURSDAY NEXT, V» st. Jniiu-i's Hall. ISn\ Plan at P.ihng'a._ SPORTS GROUND, To-morrow," IloIIdnv. 10.30 a.r

Howard and Turner, 20 round«._AVho will w

:C°

AMUSEMENTS.

^ D li L r 111 T 11 E A T R E

MATINEE TO-MORROW AFTERNOON MATINEE TO-MORROW AFTERNOON MATINEE (Prince ot Wales' «irtbda)).

Doora open 1 p.m. Performance 2 p.m.

^DELPHI ' T U E A T R 10.

Direction and Management...GEORGE MARLOW. Ltd. POPULAR PRICES-Ss, 2s, Is (Early Doora Cd extra).

TELEPUONE, CITY 3177.

LAST FIVE NIGHTS " of the

LAST FIVE NIGHTS GREAT WESTERN LAST FIVE NIGHTS MINING DRAMA.

AT CRIPPLE CREEK. AT CRIPPLE CREEK. AT CRIPPLE CREEK. AT CRIPPLE CREEK. AT CRIPPLE CREEK. * AT CRIPPLE CREEK. AT CRIPPLE CREEK. AT CRIPPLE CREEK.

Brilliantly Interpreted by

GEORGE MARLOWS

NEW DRAMATIC COMPANY,

commencing

SATURDAY NEXT, AUGUST 20. SATURDAY. NEXT, AUGUST 20.

A GREAT DRAMATIC SENSATION!

The Latest and Most Phenomenal Dramatic Craze,

NICK CARTER, DETECTIVE. KICK CARTER, DETECTIVE. NICK CARTER, DETECTIVE. NICK CARTER, DETECTIVE.

A Story of Detective Life by Arthur Shirley and

Ben Landeck',

An Enthralling, Powerful, Dramatic Representation

ol an Intensely Interesting Detective Story.

BOX« PLAN AT EIVY'S and White Ro-c (Adelphi Theatre), Reserved 4/. N

Popular Prices, .%, 2s, and Is (Early door Gil cs> tra), at White Rose (Adelphi Buildings), and Crowe's, Pitt-street. « f » ><

TOO-NIGHT. ¡> TO-NIGHT. J- NATIONAL AMPHITHEATRE.

Sole Proprietors . Brennan'» Amphitheatre», Ltd. Governing Director .Mr. JAMES BRENNAN.

BREXNAX'S VAUDEVILLE

ENTERTAINERS.

EVERY EVENING AT 8 O'CLOCK.

MATINEES, WEDNESDAYS nnd SATURDAYS.

THE BEST IN VAUDEVILLE.

THE AMERICAN GIRL WHO CAPTIVATED LONDON.

Tin) AMERICAN GIRL,.THE HAGE Or' 6YDNET,

EVA MUDGE,

Marvellous Lightning Changes ot Costumes

.and Character.

THE ACXIE OF REFINED VAUDEVILLE.

LAST Tim P1QUAYS. LAST NIGHTS. THE PIQl'AVS. NIGHTS

GRACE AND STRENGTH.

LAST NIGHTS,

McGEE and REECE,

LAST NIGHTS.

America's Foremost Dancer»,

VERNON and MACK,

Novelty Specialty Artists.

CAPTAIN WINTER'S ? EDUCATED DOGS.

TnE'RACOONS. FRITZ CHRISTIAN.

FIX). D'ORVrLLE,

Comedienne.

FRANK YORKE.

OUR GREAT DOUBLE COMPANY.

ORDINARY PRICES: 2/. 1/6. 1/; Gnllcrv, 6d.

SATURDAY NIGHTS: 2/, 1/0, 1/; Reserved Seats, 6d extra. Ilolidiy Prices, 2/B nnd 1/.

AMATEUR TRIAL NIGHTS, FRIDAY EVENINGS.

"SJATIONAL AMPHITHEATRE.

SPECIAL HOLIDAY MATINEE.

TO-MORROW, TUESDAY,

PRINCE. OF WALES' BIRTHDAY. PROGRAMME SAME AS NIGHT.

ALL THE STARS WILL APPEAR.

PRICES: 2/, 1/0, 1/, and Sixpence. Reserved Scats, I extra«._

\i BOOM

x FOR

AUSTRALIAN ARTISTS '

AND OTHERS. '

D3MO. from i

J. O. BAIN,

"Australia's Vaudeville King."

I have started Three Permanent Vaudeville Houses, and more to follow shortly.

I can give artist» 3 months, io 2 vcars' engagement, and play them in absolutely the Best Theatres In the Commonwealth. 1 have ovtr 60 artists at present booked to Harry Rickards' Tivoli Companies, Hol- land's Entertainers.(Brisbane), Dix and Baker (New- castle), Fuller's (New Eraland), Birch and Carroll (Queensland), and other Companies.

NO RESTRICTIONS ON ARTISTS. .

It doe» not matter where you have worked ns long as you have the goods.

ARTISTS, do not 1« BLUFFED hy "HOT AIR." The OPPOSITION IS SQUEAKING-"BAD SION."

BRAINS and PERSEVERANCE PREDOMINATE.

WAIT FOR

MY PROSPECTUS WAS NOT A FALSE ONE. All Communications,

0 ROWESTREET.

A

MERIGAN PICTURE PALACE, LTD.,

' 303 PITT-STREET. 303. '

Direction . WALTER DROWN.

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

CHANGE OF PROGRAMME.

NEW PICTURES. LATEST ILLUSTRATED SONGS.

The Star Items include the Great Stirring Western

Orama,

THE PUNCHER'S NEW LOVE.

Also, Love's Old Sweet Song, a most pathetic drama, to bo seen here only. The Laugh-makers are numerous, and include Constable Smith's Dream, and the Six Brompton Girls, etc, etc. .

Don't forget we cater specially for Ladles and Child- ren at oUr Day Sessions.

Our Theatre is Absolutely Fireproof.

STS.LLS 3d._CIRCLE 3d EXTRA._ milE Winner ot Howard-Turner to-morrow, Sports Gd.. X. challenges Lang for title. The boxing llxlurc, 1011. -TÂLfElf BENTLEYS RECITAL, THURSDAY NEXT,

I St. .lanics's Hall. Box Plan at Paling'«.

.AMI'ERDOWN STADIUM. CAMPERDOWN. T»T ' NIGHT.-TOM GREEN v LES. SMITH, 20 Rounds.

Preliminar}-, .

_MITCinE v M'JiENNA, 10 rounds/_ ORREY'S_GARDENS, P. of W.~ Birthday.-Dancing,

from 10 a.m. till 10 p.m., Is. BOXFCII'S Band.

tOTEL STEYNE, MANLY.-Excellent Lunch and

Dinner, dally, and Sundays, s-mile to Golf Links.

- AMUSEMENTS. T

li E L Y O E ti M.

TONIGHT AND MATINEES.

LATE CARDINAL MORaVN,

and

FULL FUNERAL OBSEQUIES. 'PME I.VCEUM.

PRINCE OF AVALES' ?

BIRTHDAY MATINEE

TO-MORROAA', TO-MORROAV,

MARGARET CATCHPOLE

nnd

OTHER ATTRACTIONS.

T

i H E LYCEUM.

Sole Direction . a SPENCER.

EVENINGS, 8.

Matinees, AA'cdncsJays mid Saturdays, 2,30.

SPENCER'S TUEATRESCOPE CO., SPENCER'S TUEATRESCOPE CO.,

the Home of Pictures.

Positively

of

Mr. Spencer's Latest Local Picture Play, MARGARET CATCIIPOLE MARGARET CATCHPOLE MARGARET CATCHPOLE

TO-NIGHT,

AN ENTIRELY NLAV HOST OF GEMS

FULL. ORCHESTRA AND EFFECTS.

PRICES: 1/0, 1/, and Od. Tlan, Paling's. Day Sale,

White Rose.

Doors, 7.15; Overture, S.

WE CHANGE MONDAY'S AND THURSDAYS.

Q R "I T K R 1 0 S THEATRE.

THE MAN FROM OUTBACK. THE MAN FROM OUTBACK.

THE MAN l.iOM OUTBACK. Holiday THE MAN FROM OUTBACK. Matinee

THE MAN FROM OUTBACK. TO-MORROAV« THE MAN FROM OUTBACK. THE MAN MIOM OUTBACK.

BOX PLAN AT ELVV'S. POPULAR PRICES.

CRITERION T Í1 E A T It li

Lessee . Mr. FRANK MUSOROA'E. Sub-Lessee and Manager. WILLIAM ANDERSON.

TO-NIGHT, AT S, 1O-NI01IT, AT S,

And Eien* Evening.

rlRST MATINEE TO-MORROW AFTERNOON. FIRST MATINEE TO-MOUROW AFTERNOON.

EVERY EVENING, AT 8.

Tlic Grcatct ot Australian Dramas,

Interpreted bv

WILLIAM ANDERSON'S WILLIAM ANDERSON'S WILLIAM ANDERSON'S

FAMOUS DRAMATIC ORGANISATION. THE MAN FROM OUTBACK. ;TIIE MAN FROM OUTBACK.

¡THE MAN FROM OUTBACK. Holiday Matinee, THE MAX FROM OUTBACK.

THE MAN FROM OUTBACK. TO-MORROW. THE MAN FROM OUTBACK. . THE MAN FROM OUTBACK.

1 THE MAN TRUM OUTBACK.

THE MAN FROM OUTBACK. Holiday Tllalincc, THE MAN FROM OUTBACK.

THE MAN FROM OUTBACK.

TO-MORROAV. THE MAN FROM OUTBACK.

THE MAN FROM OUTBACK. THE MAN FROM OUTBACK.

POPULAR PRK ES, S/, i/, and 1/.

' Baily- Ito'iru, from 7 to 7.SU, (ki Extra,

BOX PLAN at City's. Rooking Fee, 1/ extra. Day Eales at the White Rose, Pilt-strect.

_.1. J. RICKETTS. Representative.

JJ T II E L IRVING

.In "THE WITNESS FOR THE DEFENCE."

"AA'e arc glad to know that Miss Ethel Irving will be sci-n In "The A\ ¡tness for tile Defence' at the Anti- podes, for no play can offer her so genuine an oppor- tunity for the display of her lewers as an emotional notre«, us .Mr. A. II AV, Mason's moving drama." "Globe," May 0.

O

R I T E R I O N THEATRE.

AN IMPORTANT DRAMATIC EVENT.

ENGLAND'S GREATEST ACTRESS,

ETHEL IRVING, -7 ETHEL HIVING,

Supported by her entire London Company of

Notable Artists,

in A. E. AV. Mason's Masterpiece,

- The rlay that thrilled hundreds of thousands. Said the London "Dsily Express" (May 10):

"One of the greatt*.( of living actress«, is about to leave us for a little while, but our loss will he Australians' gain. They will lind in Miss Irving one of the few contemporary artists of absolute genius and she is 'ull-rcd'-English, and only English."

NOTE.-Holders of scats under the preliminary book- ing arrangement may obtain their tickets st ELVY'S

on and aller to-day.

al 11- E VICTORIA,

POT-STREET.

Direction . FRANK MUSGROA'E.

CONTINUOUS STAR »HOTO PLAYS.

FROM 11 A.M. TO li P.M.

ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAM TO-DAY.

Tlie Funeral Ceremonies of the Late Cardinal Moma A Roman Tragedy (A.B. Drama). Aisit to Seng»! (Scenic), The Sundowner (nn exclusive Australian Drama), and other star items. To-day only, Coronation Sports at Double Bay. Prices, Od and id.

' CHAS. F. JONES. Manager.,..

TTÄTJECöERSTaftor "contest, special (rams, yonr conV. XV fixed. Battle .apune 10.30, sound management TWÏIEY'S GARDEN'S, P. of W. Blrthday.-Orouuda \y and Pavilion, Is. Return steamer fare, 6d.

PHOTOS OF THE LATE CARDINAL.

BEAUTIFUL PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE UTE CARDINAL MORAN MAY NOW BE OBTATNED AT THE

THFSFN pIToTOsf WERE THE FAVOURED PORTRAITS OF HIS EMINENCE AND ARE OF UNIQUE

INTEREST. SECUBE NOW THESE BEAUTITUL PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE FIRST CARDINAL IN -nVlmUVUAIE WILL INCREASE «.S THE YEARS GO BY. PARIS PANEL SIZE 2/. CABINET

M7F 1/ EsCH ALSO A BEAUTIFUL PHOTO ENGRAVING IN BLACK AND WHITE, VERY FINELY ETCHED WITH AN AUTISTIC GREY TINT OX HIGH-CLASS ART BOARDS. SIZE 11 X i'pvJ'nni«T V«nFrCON" RECEPIT OF STAMPS.

« POSTVI \OTFV OR POST-OFFICE ORDERS, ADDRESSED TO MARK" BLOW, THE CROWN, STU

- DIOS,'448'GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY.

THE VICE-REGAL THE

CROWN PHOTOGRAPHERS. CROWN

STUDIOS. «8 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY (Next Roberta' Hotel). STUDIOS.

SYDNEY SPORTS GROUND,

THE WORLD'S LARGEST IDEAL BOXING ARENA.

TRAMS FROM EVERYWHERE AND RACE TRAMS AFTER CONTEST. N

TO-MORROW, HOLIDAY MORNING, TO-MORROW

10.30 SHARP. 10.30.

AUSTRALIA'S PREMIER HEAVYWEIGHTS AND CHALLENGERS FOR

CHAMPIONSHIP TITLE.

BILL TURNER v. JACK HOWARD

BOX THE BEST Or TWENTY ROUNDS.

Decided by Referee Arthur Scott and Judges Messrs. Norman Turnball and Wally Weekes, Timekeeper,

Mr. Wally Jells.

Who will win ha» Boxing Tons solving the problem because it ia an even match, and wcU-«lzed by the Company's Management, the result of which Is In doubt up to the stop. The boxing fixture of TOIL

ARENA SEATS, 10/ (booked Enstway Bros., 2/0 extra, up to 5 p.m. THIS DAY), LIMITED NUMBER. GRAND STAND and ENCLOSURES, 6/; OUTER RESERVE, 2/0.

ALL TURNSTILE ADMISSIONS. NO CHANGE GIVEN THEREAT. CATES OPENED 8 A.M.

Sidney Self Defence and Sports, Ltd., the Public Boxing Caterers. ,

A. C. LUNDEN, Managing Director; Business Manager, JACK FESELY.

KEGOTIATING, EARLY OCTOBER-DAVE SMITH v JACK HOWARD, DAVE SMITH v RAiiH BURNS.

PRINCE OF WALES' BIRTHDAY,

TUESDAY, 22nd AUGLST, 1013,

ATHOL, CLIFTON, BALMORAL, and Hie SPIT SERVICE. I

STEAMERS FROM EASTERN SIDE Or CIRCULAR QUAY ATFRKQUKN'T INTERVALS FROM 0 A.B.

Sit' RETURN FARE: \THOL AND CLIFTON GARDENS.

ADULTS, Od: CHILDREN, Jd. I

" DANCING ALL DAY- ^n. CLIFTON GARDENS.

GLASS AND TREMAIN'S BAND. LUNCHEON PROVIDED.

BALMORAL AND THE SPIT-ROOM FOR THOUSANDS.

llCTUKN FARES 8d, Children, 4d.

PARRAMATTA~lSvER SERVICE.

FROM NO. 0 JETTY, STEAMERS AT rjlXQUENT INTERVALS. 28 MILES OF RIVER SCENERY.

1 1/ RETURN.

To RYDE, l8 Miles of Jiner Scenery, Od RETURN.

ROUND TRIP TO PARRAMATTA. Tickets by'steamer and Tirst-elass by train, 2/ ItETURN.

DANCING, CORREY'S GARDENS, ALL DAI", STEAMERS HALF-HOURLY, (Id RETURN.

ÊYDNEY FERRIES, LTD, W. G. TODD, Maniger.

AMUSEMENTS.

PRINCESS THEATRE. .*. ' (Near Glaciarlum, opp. Railway Station.)

TO-NICnT. '

SUNDAY'S SUBLIME TUNERAL OF THE

LATE CARDINAL MORAN,

SPECIALLY TAKEN BY WEST'S TOR WEST'a

WEST'S HOLIDAY MATINEE, TO-MORROW, WEST'S HOLIDAY MATINEE (TUI5DAY)

WEST'S HOLIDAY MATINEE AFTERNOON.

TO-NIGHT LONDON'S TO NIGHT 10-NIQHT LATEST PROGRAMME, TO-NIGHT,

By

WEST'S PICTURES.

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

ALL THE NOVELTIES OF THE DA" .t including

'-V THE CARRIER P10E01Í,

( A Star Indian Romantic Dram«

A ROMAOT TRAGEDY GIPSY DRAMA HACK TO THE PRIMITIVE DRAMA A DUTCH GOLDMINE COMEDY THE WOOING OF WINIFRED COMEDY FOOLSIIEAD IS JEALOUS COMIC

Síí¥ífP¿ KAIlEifVff 0K WORKS COMIC BILL AS POUCE CYCI 1ST COMIC

SîïSPA'À*! SH&^M reSTIVAL EDUCATIONAIi CHEMICAL ACTION SCIENTIFIC PIEDELVE LAKE AND WELIN

WATERFALLS SCENIC THE KING AT EDtNBURGll

Forming Sydney's Brightest Programme»

SO

VISIT THE PRINCESS AND BE IN THE BOOM.

Cd, 1/, 1/8. PEOPLE'S PRICES. 6d, 1/, 1/6.

pALACE THEATRE.

PANTOMIME. ' ' MATINEE

PANTOMIME.

PANTOMIME. TO-MORROW, PANTOMIME ' and PANTOMIME.

PANTOMIME, on WEDNESDAY. PANTOMIME.

Doors'open at 1 o'clock.

CHILDREN admitted at HALF PRICE to al! Parts.

P

ALACE THEATRE.

Lessee and Manager .... Mr. William Anderson.

WILLIAM "ANDERSON'S

WILLIAM ANDERSON'S

LIDDIARD'S LILLIPUTIANS,

in

.TTfE OLD WOMAN WHO LIVED IN A SHOE,"

' PANTOMIME ,

PANTOMIME Matinee To-morrow. PANTOMIME i

Children Half-price to all Parts.

* PANTOMIME.

Mitinee To-momow. " PANTOMIME.

PANTOMIME.

Children Half-price to all Farts.

BOOK EARLY AT ELVY'S.

Produced under the supervision of Georgc-Bryct.

Popular Prices: S/, 2/, and 1/. Children, Half-price Bon Plan at Clvy's. Day Sales at AAtite Rose, Pitt

street

GEORGE COATES. Representative.

V.M.C.A. HALL, UATUURST-SfREET. X Direction . WILLUM ANDERSON.

TO NIGHT, AND

TO-NIGHT, EVERY EVENING,

TO-NICHT, . AT 8.

SATURDAY'S CREAT TRIUMPH.

A TRULY PHENOMENAL SUCCESS

has now been achieved by

THE WORLD'S GREATEST HUMORIST,

JOSEPH BLASCHECK,

assisted by

MISS MILDRED AVRIGHTON.

Commenced their third week with another

oversowing audience, and created

THE MOST REMARKABLE ENTHUSIASM.

Time and again the densely packed hall

FAIRLY SHOOK AV1TH LAUCHTER

OR fcTTORMED AV1T1I APPLAUSE. Programme A'aried Each Evening.

IMccs, 3/ (Reserved), 2/, and 1/. Box Plan al Paling's. Day Sales at the AVhite Rose. Pitt-etrect

SHAW STANLEY. Manager.

USTRAL ~ COLLEGE OF . MUSÎ5,

13 CASTLERh-AGH-STREET.

? Interviews Daily. Hours, 10 a.m. to a p.m.

AUSTRAL RAPID SYSTEM.-AA'c guarantee to teach, i any agc, PIANO, from perfect music. Time and

Teeludquc (NOT VAMPING), in six weeks.

AUSTRAL SYSTEM.-Absolutely no knowledge of

music required. ^ou attain the same result that takes years under old conditions.

AUSTRAL COLLEGE.-Interviews diily. Don't be

sceptleaL misguided, or think it lmiiosslblo. Call and have new method explained to you.

AUSTRAL COLLEGE guarantees success, tee, £) la,

full tuition, and refunded it pupil cannot read and 'play correctly in six weeks.

_J?_CASTLEREAG1I.STREET.. /?VLACIARIUM.

The Ice Skating Season will Positively Close

SATURDAY, 2nd September. THREE SESSIONS DAILY:

10 to 12, 3 to 5, 8 to 10 30.

Admission: 2/. Skate Hire, Od.

Children. -Admission: Morning and Afternoon only, 1/, Children.-Admission: Saturday Morning only, lil.

DUNBAR TOOLE,

' Phone, 402 Glebe._, Mailager.

J^ORTH SYDNEY COLISEUM.

ROLLER SKATING SEASON. ROLLER Sh.ATINO SEASON. ROLLER SKATING SEASON'. ROLLER SKATING SEASON. ROLLER SKATING SEASON. BÖLLER SKATING SEASON.

GRAND POSTER,

FANCY,

AND . , EVENING DRESS

CARNIVAL;

TO-NIGHT_TO-NIGHT.

rpi

IE Sjdney Self-Defence and Sports, Ltd., only stage

en-sided fixtures. Howard-Turner, curtn.-raiscr.

_AMUSEMENT^. '

J^YRIO AND COLONIAL THEATRES.

Direction,. J. D. WH.LIAMS.

U.A.M. TO 11 P.M.

"Nothing if not'Up ta'Date.'*''

ENTERPRISE SOMEWHAT AHEAD OF OTHERS.

ANNOUNCEMENT OUT OF THE ORDINARY.

HOURLY EXCURSIONS ' >' " TO ' TnE, NORTH POLE, . -TO THE NORTH POLE,

commencing «

TODAY, MONDAY, 21st AUGUST.

at the

LYRIC THEATRE."

LYRIC THEATRE.

MOpERN ENTERPRISE, PRICEl

. 'FIRST-CLASS, 3d; DE LUXE, 6d.

THE GREAT MYSTERY SOLVED.'

"WHO DISCOVERED THE NORTH POLE?"

This great World-wide controversy as to'who dis colored the North Pole ha» neicr jet. been finally settled. *. . . s' , ,

Thi» is absolutely one of the greatest educational propositions ever placed before theiSj-dney Public.

SEE THE HEART OF THE ARCTIC REGIONS. _

StE WHERE A WHITE MAN HAS 'NEVER BEFORE

SET FOOT.

SEE THE .ARCTIC BLIZZARDS. ' SEE THE REAL ESKIMOS. ,

SEE THE ESKIMO DOGS. ,

Above all, don't miss going on these excursions.

SPECUL ANNOUNCEMENT.

COMMENCING TO-DAY, MONDAY, AT 12 NOON.

nt the

COLONIAL THEATRE NO. J.

.In addition to the usual programme.

"THE FUNERAL OF HIS EMINENCE

THE LATE CARDINAL MORAN."

THIS GREAT riCTURE MILL ALSO SHOW HIS

EMINENCE ' LYING IN STATE AT ST.

MARY'S CATlffiDRAI,.

rpoWN HALL.

TO-MORROW (TUESDAY)' v EVENING,!

TO-MORROW (TUESDAY) EVENING,

(Prince of Wales «Birthday.)

NICHOLAS J. GEHDE'S ? "HOLIDAY CONCERT."

'God Bless the Prince of Wales" . Anon

" PALACE EMPORIUM GLEE PARTY (00)

(Conductor, Mr. B.« « Brown)

Grand Organ:-«'March Militaire" . Schubert

"Turkish Patrol" . Michaeli» Misa LUJAN ' FROST.

i Your Hair Grows Whiter" .~. Dacxc Master JAQK HE.NDLKY (Gold Medallist), and

CATHEDRAL CHORISTERS.

"The Charge of'the Light Brigade". Tenny»on

(WiUi Grand Organ effects by Mr. N. J. Gélule,)

Mr. HAROLD HAZEL. '

Manlu-"Cruss au» Klberteld" .Lcttermann

Herr J. 0. BELSCUNER'S ZITHER ENSEMBLE.

"The Message" . Blumenthal

Mr. MAURICE CHENOWETH.

Violin:-"Clpsv Fantasia" .". Hubayi

Mina IVY ALLEN. L.A.B.

'?Love, Fly-on Rou' Piniom." - I

'Miserere" 01 Trovntore) .-. Verdi

Miss ELSIE B. PEERLESS.

(Troubadour, Mr. Maurice Chenoweth.)

Grand Organ;--"English Airs" ,...arr. by Performer

Miss LILIAN FROST.

Part Song:-"Do Ole Banjo". Gatty

30 C.AT1TF.DRAL CHORISTERS.

GRAND ORGAN:-GREAT STORM FANTASIA

N. J. GBHDK. Hall in Darknits,' Lightning Flashes, Thunder

Crashes, Wind Effects, Hidden Choruses, etc.

BY THE COMÍ OSER.

Chorm ond Glee:-"Orphcu» with Hi» Lute" .

Maclarren

"Gipsy Life" . Schumann PALACE EMPORIUM GLEE PARTY (00)

Flute:-"Song of the Nightingale" . Filepovtky

Muter HARRY CUTLER. Cutlass Swinging Extraordinary

- . Mr. A. BRIGGS, A.B. (C.N.F.)

"The Death of Nc]»on" . Anon

Mr. MAURICE CHENOWETH.

Cornet:-I'M) Pretty Jane" . arr. by Hartmann

Master CHARLIE HAYES.

"Lo, Here the Contle Lark" . Bishop

(Mute oblicato lis- Master Ham- Cutler.)

Miss ELSIE B. PEERLESS. '

Cavotte:-"Wlntcrmarchen" . Seifert

Herr J.-G. HELSCHNER'S ZITHER ENSEMBLE.

Violin:-"Caprice Espagnole" . Paplnl

Miss HY ALLEN, L.A.R '

Grand Organ:-"Yellow Josmlnc" ., Cowen

Miss LILIAN" FROST.

Quartette:-"Nurscn Rhvmea" arr. by N. .7. Gchde Misse ELSIE B. PEERLESS and IRENE MCPHERSON,

Messrs. MAURICE CHENOWETH and ROY ALLEN.

POPULAR PRICES' 2/ (Reserved), vid Is. Plan and Das Sale Tickets at Paling's.

J-OWN HALL, SYDNEY.

MONDAY" MIDDAY . ORGAN RECITAL. '

The USUAL MONDAY MIDDAY ORGAN RECITAL srill be held in the. Town Hall, Sidney. THIS DAY (Monday), the 21st instant, betuecn the hour» of 1.15 and 1.15 p.m.. when the City Organist, Mr. Ernest Truman. A R.C.O., Lcipsic, R.C.M., will pre-

side at the Organ

' Admismon Free.

CHILDREN IN ARMS NOT ADMTTTED.

THOMAS IL NESBITT. . ,

Toivn Clerk Town Hall, Sjdncr.

Angust IB. 1911._ ECORD Attendance and something for their money

when Howard'Turner face each other. Sprts. Crd. "CrOÄVARD-fURNER fixture to-morrow augur» well for X-L rompan)'» boxg. sent. Dec, gor, réf., 2 judge». _T*ORREY'S GARDENS, P. of W. Birthday.-Summer \J I louses and Shady Nooks for Family Picnic»._

rOOLOGICAL GARDENS AND AQUARIUM.

T**

FAIRYLAND TRIP. Upper Lone Cove, from No. 7

Jetty, in a.m . 2 p.m. Fare, Is. Chil.. gd.

TT7ANTED, AMATEURS, play small part». Apply » » No. 11 Room,__9ji_vn_s_HaJL_To-niglit__ rpjIK Public's Boxing Caterer» open "out «sith Howard A Turner, holiday morn., 10.30. Aust. com.-chmps. i-*ORREY'S GARDENS, P. of W. Birthday.-The Best \~> Place to spend an enjoyable Holiday.

MOOREFIELD RACES.

TO-MORROW (PUBLIC HOLIDAY, 1st EAGE 1.15 P.M.)

AND SATURDAY NEXT.

£1500 PRIZE MONEY ' 278 ENTRIES.

SPECIAL TRAINS

LEAVE SYDNEY EA'ERY FEW MINUTES FROM 1L23 AM. TO 12 SO P M

DERBY, EPSOM, METROF., AND CUP CANDIDATES ENGAGED.

R. E. JOLLY, Secretary.

£1000 PRIZE MONEY. £1000' ,

ASCOT RACES. I

THE WINTER CARNIVAL.

TO-MORROW, TUESDAY (PUBLIC HOLIDAY)

, ANO NEXT DAY, WEDNESDAY.

270 ENTRIES. 270

200 SOVS. ASCOT WINTER CUP (33 ENTRIES) OF 200 SOVS.

1 EA'ENTS EACH DAY-7 EVENTS WITH LARGE FIELDS. 6PECIAL TRAMS TO RACECOURSE GATES EA'ERY FEW MINUTES

FIRST DAY. TUESDAY (PUBLIC HOLIDAY). FIRST RACE AT 1 P M. 6ECOND DAY, WEDNESDAY. FIRST RACE AT K5 P.M.

ASCOT RACES.

£1000 SO\S PRIZE MONEY

AUSTRALIAN TROTTING CLUB.

ON VICTORIA PARK RACECOURSE,

MONDAY, AUGUST 28, 19Í1.

£225 PRIZE MONEY ¿2« PRIZE-MONEY.

LVCOURAGE HANDICAP. PR0GRFSSIA1' HANDICAP.

SO sovs Tor horses »Iti, no better »inning record « *»» ""«", *".'"\hm?'¡?J'p,Í¿Sa"'"' îr Tn,c,c

than 2 15 to the mde Unhopplcd horses to be ? 85 or better to the mile Distance, 1 mile handicapped to trot or pace 2 45 or lietter to 1 furlong mvninin

tie mile Hoppled hornes io ho handicapped tr .." HS.^L^ÍJ i «T,.°A IT"~.. «"li f,«

ti tint or nace 2 40 or bettie to the mile ^ »">?.. ''Ol' all "nhopplod horses ..Horses will be

to tint or pace 2 40 or betttr to the mile

Distance, 1 mile 1 furlong

FLYIN'G AIILF HANDICAP.

60 BOAS. Horses »ill be handicapped to trot or paoe

2.27 or better to the mile Distance, 1 mile.

handicapped to trot or pace 2 37 or better to the mile Distance 1J mile

AUSTRALIAN TROTTING CLUB HANDICAP,

70 sovs Horses »ill be handicapped to pace or trot

2.30 or lietter to the mile. Distance, 2 miles. ENTRIES CLOSE THIS DAY, AT 8 P.M.

For further Particular« sec programme.

!» and 21 Imperial Arcade. 'Phone, 551 Central. II. COBCROFT, Secretary A.T.C

AírtTSEiUNTS. T

OF TWO PIANOFORTE REClTALá

on ,

THURSDAY.. AUGUST 2., AT .8.15 P.M., and TUESDAY, AUGUST 20, at 8.15 P.M.,

-by

« * LEONARD BORWICK,

LEONARD BORWICK, LEONARD BORWICK, LEONARD BORWICK, LEONARD BORWICK, LEONARD BORWICK,

one of the World's Greatest Pianists, who during his recent season electrified Sydnej Music-lovers by his

ondcrful artistry, the public and the prcas being ol

LEONARD BORWICK, LEONARD BORWICK, LEONARD BOItWICh, LEONARD BORWICK, LEONARD BORWICK,

THE POET-PIAMST.

whose wonderful interpretations

NOW MOVE HIS HEARERS TO TEARS,

AND AGAIN ROUSE THEM TO A PITCH OP

INTENSh EN1HUS1ASM. . ,

"At the end of the evening Mr. Borwick's virtuoso brilliancy in the fasoiirite 'Hungarian Rhapsody No. 12' brought down the house, and the whole audience cheered until he responded with the Chopin 'Berceuse,' which hundreds of people listened to standing before

the ultimate dispersal."-Sidney Morning Herald. i

'"Hie,12th Hungarian Ithapsod), a tremendous ex-* hibition of power md executive dexterity. There vra» a' démonstration after the last colossal chords, and Mr. Borwick was recalled many times. It is hoped that he will pla) agjin in S)dney before proceeding to Ame I r!ca."-Daily Telegraph.

"It might be suggcted that every teacher and stu- dent of music should regard it as a duty to hear this distinguished pianist."-evening News.

"The artist left the hall wiih a memory of remark only enthusiastic appreciation. He may rest assured of a generous wckonic should he come back to thi« city." -Sun. " '

LEONARD BORWICK. , 1 LEONARD BORWICK. 1 T« ",,,.. LEONARD BORWICK.

îiïS SHÜHi-S AïiD 1HIll''h SHILLING TICKETS. .TWO (.HILLING AND THREE SHILLING TICKETS,

on Sale at Nicholson's and Searl's.

PLANS OPEN AT MCUOLSO.VS TO-DAY. PLANS OPEN AT NICHOLSON'S TO-DA I*. . PLANS OPEN AT NICHOLSON'S TO-DAY.

, Prices: 6/, 3/, 2/, 1/.

?pÍCiaL C-udcnta' Concessions upon application to J.

and K Tatt, co Nicholson's

GEORGE S. HOLBURN,

_?RcprcBcnutive for J. and N. Tait.

/3.RAND HILLIARD MATCH. VJ Alcock and Co.*» Tournament Hall. «30 George-»*.

U. W. STEVENSON. World's Champion,

*;RE° MXDRUM, «IDlsR., -AustraUsian Champion.

18,000 up, Stevenson eoncodinr 4000 point». v On ALCOCK and CO.'S STANDARD TAÏ1L.E,

WITH BONZOL1NE BALLS. Under B.C.C. Rule«.

Sessions, s and 8 p.m. Daily.

Admission: 4s. te, 2s, 1».. Reserved Seats 1» ixtr*.

Box Plan at Alcool, and Co.'» Office», 397 George »txect, opp. Rp)»l Hotel. ._

P

OSTPONED TILL

l'a.S0. TONIGHT. 8.S0.

MEnEOAN T. GRIFFIN,- '

At the STADIUM. Ruabcuttcr'B Uly.

Prices: 10s, 6s, ss, ,Xa>

CYDNEY SELF-DEFENCE , AND SPORTS,, LTD.

AUG.' 22. , HOWARD r «TURNER. AUG. 22,

OFFICIAL NOTICE.

'Kindly atiend at Sports Ground, 7 a.m., sharp.

Messrs. Ta)lor, Keogh, Bolarld, ¡shipp. Crystal, Fair lev, Kelly (2), FitepatrieL, Summer», Dunn, Davis, Wickham, Barr, Pearce, Bill Thompson, Scott, M«G*nn.

'BJ W

EASONABLE Prices, world's cream of «boxer», arc ' the aim» of Sydney Self-Defence and Storni. Ltd. ALTER BENTLEV'SRECITAL, THURSDAY NEXT,

St. Jamcs'B Hall. Box Plan at Paling'».

/SURREY'S GARDENS, P. of W. Birthday.-Dancing I \J and other Amusement», 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.. la.

rIF. AUSTRALIAN UFE BIOGRAPH CO., LTD.

(A.IUL).

ammo ana rucuiry, i/ucensciui. *winy.

Office«, Mutual Lile Buildings, Martin-place, city.

Exclusive Star Pictures Already Produced!-«

"A TICKET IN TATT'S."

"160 YEARS AGO." "«. A Tale of, the Australian Bush,

Just now released:- «i '

."nu*, COLLEEN BAWN"

(SSOO fccO.

A Superb and,Beautiful Production of the Famous Irish Drama. , " s

x Other Picture Drama» in Active" Preparation, Booting Arrangement» at

HARRINGTONS LTD.,

388 George street. Sydney.

YXTALLY SMITH, Australia's Premier Teacher of v » Clog, Buck; Sand, Waite, and 'Eccentric Dancing.

DANCING TUITION.-THE MISSES READ,

Walu Lessons at anv time, Partner and Music,

Class, TO NIGirr, 7.30; SAT., 3 p.m.

Christ Church Parish Hall, »pp. Railway Station. DANCING.-1 oung Man wishes to leam a good

Buck Dance. al«o Coon Songs and Actions. T.Y.. P.O.. Pliiabcth-stTcct South._,

DANCING.-Wáltxinir taught "in 4 les., music, part-

ner, proL_guar. Miss Claire_Duvalll, __9_Dh_t.-rd. VT7ANTED, . "COWBOYS, "experienced men only. V» Apply by letter, Z. HAMILTON, G.U.O.O.F. Club,

Castlercagh-sUrcct.

ATES open 8 a-rn. to-morrow, Howard-Turner, Sorts.

Ord; no overcrowding, the world's boxing arena.

G

Bc

HOLTDAT MEETTNG.

TUESDAY, AUGUST 22, IBU.

Splendid Entries have been received for the above Meeting, and a Ane da)'» sport is promised on the prettil) -situated course. Trains are timed to lean the Central Railway Station, Sydney, as follow», on the mominc of the races:-0.60, 8.15, and 0TS, arris ing in ample time for the Finit Race, and TetUrnlng

the same day.

L. SOLOMON, Secretary.

LEXANDRA COLLEGE, 173 Pitt «t.-Hours, 10 a.m. I. to 0 p.m ; Saturday 1 p.m. Thone, 3445 City. ALEXANDRA COLLEGE-People In the countr)

should leam b) post Fee, ¿2 2a, music included.

LEXANDR V COLLEGE -No Sharps, Flats, Scales, j L or Kxorrisrs Tunes first lesson._.

LEXANDRA COLLEGE teaches you to pl«y Piano' i- from perfect music, one month, or refund fees

LEXANDRA COLLEGE-Fee, £1 Is, Full tuition, i. and refund if pupil tines not pla) pert. 8 less TX/ÁNTED, )oung Ladv, Juliet, Ophelia, Desdemona,

v* will be trained, also Soubrette for ba.is' parts. I Letter«, full pjrties , first instance, no. Herald I THE World's White Hopes may be seen in action,

Howard Turner. Sport» Ground, to mor, mm , 10.80

¡fSÖRREY'S GARDENS, P. of W. Birthday -Steamers, \J half hourly, from No. 0 Jetty. Return fid.

MEDICAL, CHEMICaUS, ETC. D

,R. COONLEY'S KIDNEY TABLETS. A radical remedy for all Kidney and Bladder Diffl entitles, Congestion of the Liier, etc. Specially adapted for middle aged and elderly people. Thcr quickly restore the bladder and liver to healthy normal action. A 72-pafrc took dealing, specially -ith these troubles sent free if 2d is remitted for postare.

Kidney Tablets, large bo«;, one month's supply.

Price, B/Ô.

DR. COONLEY MEDICINE CO..

_ 177 Liverpool street, Sydney._ IF YOU CANNOT SLEEP because you have a cough '

or tickling in your throat, use the unrivalled Remedy. HEATING'S COUGH LOZENGES. One alone affords relief-«eil called "sweet relief"-in cases of couch, asthma, bronchitis. Sold hy all Dnigriits in «mall tins. i DRUNKENNESS Cured by Dr. Shaw's ANTI-AI.CO

UOL, A'ohmtary, secret, home treatment. Regis- tered by Government. Write, call,

ii Russell-street, Melbourne.

POTJITRY. DOGS, ETC. B

I N

.WANTED,

FOR FOSTER MOTHER.

ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS.

TO BE SOLD, 23 good Laying HENS and 2 ROOSTERS

(young). . E. AVINCUESTER, I

Newtown,

-_ Windsor. I ÓULTBY FARMERS.-Steel Drums, wlthscrew tops, rat-proof, suitable poultry feed and egg preserving,

Is Od'each. 301 Kent-street. j

SE>

UREBRKD Berkshire Weaners tor Sale, "ows 15s,

boars 20s, peiliB. ffiien Berkshire, Sprinpiood P.O. DRY-AfRINCUBATOR, wilh Foster Mother, 200 eggs,

cheap._101 Klny-st, Newtown._j CiyXNTED, 15 to 2<f pairs Pure-bred White Leghorn VV Pullets. Price, parties.. Flanders, Muswellbrook. /SEREBOS certafcily assures successful tconea.

: HÏÏSICAI DTSTjtmmÎTq'

gAMES PIANOS. "

tl.e4rd,d.fe»eTrdri- ** "M1« "

SAMES PIANOS.

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

838 GEORGE-STREET.

SYDNEY.

QARNEGIE'S PIANOS,

ON EASY TERMS. . ^

naoSifSSI .8upcrb. ^n .»« Sollditv »UKr»

CARNEGIE'S of construction an. iwSf* rUmls

CARNEGIE'S tant icaîuT "in our fe SftS CARNEGIE'S AND h.ALLMANNHAM? KiHSS CARNEGIE'S while the dellcaU ana £ Ä CARNEGIE'S eponshc touch and «£ SfîS CARNEGIE'S quality of tone ,l?mn.l Î'PANM

CARNEGIE'S pUce^it °n ttdm Ä «iiS

lOARVBGIE'S HIGH-CLASS PIANOS. ' SES ^MiMgSJF'3 "">' dcn"""1 '«? on, SRg

SÄitl 00KS AplÄT «88

ÄÄ AVÍ-ERES ï ESS1

ëiiSi ?SET"'- '~°Ä

CARNEGIE'S J¡*JM CARNEGIE'S OVER <6,000 IN USE. «uvS

SOLE Agents: Fm(8

CARNEGIE and SONS.

»0 KTNO-STREET (next Waten1), .

and Melbourne. -

JJEALB HIGH GRADE PIANOS. «

Let us send you a Free Copy of the Tom ina <w

Journal containing photogSphs which" Ȁ

something of the extent oi our Vaetorles-ik,iZii

««British Empire, and the most compA'rêttî

AVe make HIGH GRADF PIANOS, on Mtaw _, terna, whi*specially «lit them to Uli O 3 which greatlj impro\c the tonal oiisliUetTiï patents arc not obtainable in any other Pitax TS \aluc has been proved in all parts of Amtriuî «ïï many fordgn countries. \Ae have now midi ¿H ,3

nearly «(teen thousand Australian ¿Âo^tA

imported in former years over twelre thoutud Ki Planet. Our knowledge of the Viano Tr.d?U (Ä unique, and we are i- , position to supply £«, a better in-trnment than you can chtSn eSrtS? nía.*T ?"Í *"T inrittd *? E,n "<1 i»*«ct thetai High grade Pianos, or we shill be did to end T «J "Black Calakgw," Pn,t tree W**

BEALE AND CO, LTD,

MAKERS OF niCH GRADE PIANOS.

J78 GEORGP-STRFET, CTÜÍTEY < S door« from the G P 0 , and opn. Divid Jtaes, %

"THE GREATEST OARF IN THE SlUUiH i

DETAILS." -«MM^ j

J|£AX WURCKER

FOR PIANOS AND ORGAN&

PIANOS

M W. Stein, Ralnsdorf,

Kraus», Stuttgart. Rombildt,

Schied mayer. ORGANS

Dominion Organs, Bell Organ«.

If »o, pay ni t visit A« I» ipection of our litre ttacfe will convince jon ol the Du ling value we are offeriai Ti haVe Instruments it ill prk««, eren tbe lowest priced oie ii guaranteed to jue entire ab factfon. 25 dînèrent Mcdtli d Pianos to choose from, ill direct bom tit fictorla,

MAX WURCKER,

M and 101 YORK-STREET, SÏTNÏT,

»nd Sub Agents in to*ra tad eouatrf !

rpHB BEST I HAVE YET SEBX

A lady and gentleman carne in the other d17 ?* tee our-Pianos. and we showed them the varióos modell, GAVKAU, MACH, SEILER, LIKHR, UERBST, Bum KAYSER, and each one Maa carefully eximiiied ta priced. At last the gentkman Baili, "1 hid no ian tint .such piano« could be bought in Sydney for iii ntoney, for these instrumenta arc the best I hm iii wen, and by far the lowest m pnce."

Let Uß BCire you; wc can w11 you an intromatH will jjivc you pleasure all your life. Starting wiUi u« celebrated KAYSER for £45. 5/ per week without it posit, if desired. You cannot afford to buy rubba!,' and 'KO many pianos, which in outward appearance lock nice, are really worthless. Our Pianos ore ill ron* teed for ten years, '

AENGEKHEYSTER. AND CO., LTD" -J

Established 15S9,

Pianoforte Experts and Importen

325 George-street, S>daf?._

N1

EW PIANOS ON GOOD 1HUH BERLIN PIANOFORTES BY GOOD SUOB1 ,

NO DEPOSIT, 6s WEEKLÏ.

10 Ye»ri' Gtnnntee.

Free DeUvery-Free Tuninp-Eindsome Stool Prit ' Through our liberal methods of deallne; «I tri placing the possession of first-el» Cera» PUM withfn the possibility of every home. Our Poca a not only low, but the lowest obtiimblc. ^

THE 'BERLIN PUSO CO.,

O Wynyard-streot, facing Wynj«rd-«iuu«.

IT1HE FERD. MANTHEY PIANO ( ?

IS THOROUGHLY ErTICIDTi Time-tried, 'and Fully Guaranteed.

It is a moderate-priced Piano that «g1 sjn J«

such great satisfaction that you will híW paid ita cost. And you »ill »d'Ue your Intta

to do the rame. Call and Inspect

Pianos of all makes accepted as part pirmaij

balance on convenient terms.

CALLAN, AND, COY.. LTD~ 31S CEORGE-STOEEf.

A SECOND-HAND . HAM,

UPP Before j ou buy a Meena'

RONISCH hand piano call in and PLEYEL MC our large collection.

SCHWECHTEN Our second-hand lintnimen» SCinEDMAYER are In excellent »"?

BORD and represent the bat pU">.

VICTOR value in Sidney. .

ECKE Cash or terms, 5/ »eesir, And others. Prices from £16 upwurdi.

G. H. MARTIN AND CO., "The Reliable Piano Depot,

15.10 Q. V. MARKETS, SYDNEY.

O'REILLY'S, LTD., supply new Piano*. No »p«J

3s 9d weekly. No canvatscrs employ«, J" | therefore save ¿10. ___,-.-r

i-i'REILLY'S, LTD., haie built their budneacatW

1U famous tenns and Good Values. Deal direct «o

the Importer and save Canvassers' Coromigjo?*.. /VREILLY'S, LTD., have no use 'or Ctni-aoeftW» \J mission .Agents, or Travellers. The employment «

thoie mean« extra cost to the purchaser._.

¡REILLY'S, LTD., stand alone for »alua indjjr«

They baie solved the problem of Belling win"» 'the aid of expensive Canvassers._

O'REILLY'S, LTD., supply the Trade »I«;»

cheaper than any AVholcsaloJIouscjniwWlg' rVRBILLY'SrLTDT-PIANO" Buyers, read ho» J»» \J it costs other houses to sell Pianos. Ttoi«»«« pounds paid in Commissions annually. This wrara

the cost to you 25 per cent. _

0~~TÏËILLY'S, LTD., have no Cam-asservtheirlon¡m

where you are saved the extra cost of Caaflwor Commission, Collecting expenses, adicrtuins, ew

saving of ¿20. ^ CE0B0E,STKECT, jvwET.

FRIGHT Grand Bcalc-Vadcr Piano for Sale, o«

tone, condition. 64 p.irllmrton-rd. Aller 7J£

TO GERMAN Iron-frame Pianos, jost j*»T if -IN s.S. Cocbcn. £35. Cordon's. 10 FUnders^ftgi S" UPERR ORGAN, 12 stops, includ. sub-lass lid e*

coupler, £14, Gordon's. 10 Flinderut NEW ENGLISH Iron-frame Pianos, just lmM

_£40._Gordo_n'BL 40J?llndcr_«tJo5lT).-^ M" "AGN1FICENT Beehstein Piano, cost £& ttt

Gordon's. <0 Flinders-tt. nr. Oxford-stjagr)^ ELEGANT Victor Piano, equal to ne»',? «* JÇ

£10. Gordon's, 40 Flinders-it, nr. Oilorijtjeig'

spfREAT.Variety Second-hand «-«O^ffl

VT £15 to £'.'0. Gordon's. «0 nindeis*LiS5g!!

ORDON'S, 40 Fllnders-st, cheapest, best, ami ?»

reliable house in Sydney for I'ianos.-_

P" IANO BUYERS OAUfÜ)XED.-Avoid W«. «JJ

died bv Tming_to_Oordon's, to Huidggjtjg& TTÄNTJSÖME AValnut PIANO, extended ima !w», XX ¿l8. Gordon's, 10 Flindcrsjstjonlyh-_

TVTAGNIFICENT new Iron-frame PIANO, costJ»A Msaeriflce £30. 2 Scaje^s^offJ^iWjÄ; X"PIANO, excellent condition, good tone, IA "

cain: cash or termfc_jrä_DevonJhjrMt. U" PR1GHT RubcAstíin Piano, ext.l. ¡ron- rame, now

new. £20. 867 ParramjrtajjdjJrficMSTiL,-r, THEALE TUNÓ, new, cost £05. used few "»»»Îlî? B dutn own" leaving SUtj^ WrtgjAJ'jS

J7 at once. 40 Francis st. Hyde Park.-^^ T»ALING PIANO, £10 or offer One tone- Appl?

X one«', 2.S Clrvcland-a%enne. Surry Hill»;-:

(rp HE SYDNEY * * ' L

Tlie Sydney Mall contains each week Oriíüul &

des of the most entertaining kino.^»?

IECTTJMa______

*? A LECTURE. ,1W,

Mr. R. Clive Teece. Barristcrat-Uw «» T'" ü lecture to the Institute Members Tp-Mt"¿L

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