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GOVEBIO-ENTAÄM. BAILWAYS.

[JJEW YEAR'S DAY HOLIDAY.

CHEAP FXCURSION TirKrTS.

In addition to the usual Excursion Tickets isstitu On Wednesday, Fridays Saturdays and 3unda/s, as nhoan m page* 11 to "0 of Penny lime ni le Book, the following arrangement« will he made, viz -

Tickets at 2d per mile F.rst class Return eminl mum 2s) and Id per mile Second class Return (mini

mum li) will he irsued bi the undirmcntioncd donn trains lo and from all stations at which the trama are thown to call, sa far aa Nowra, Goulburn, Bathurst,

.end Newcastle.

Tile Tares to Waratah and stations north thereof .lso to stations on the Cooma and Crookwell Ure«, and stations Irondale to Gulgong and Orton Park to Orín« will le at the rate of Single larc and Ou"r ter for the double journey (minimum rates ?s I Irst class and la Second class)

Special rxcunlon 1 Iel et. at 1Jd per mile First class Herum and 7 8d per mile Second class Return (mini mum, 2s Finit claaa and Is Second claFs) will he is ?ned by the undermentioned down trains to and from the usual stations as provided on pages 11 to rJ¡ of Penny Time table Book.

TICKFT8 ISSUED AT BATF OF 2d AND Id PFB MU F WIIL Bl AVAILABLr FOR RETURN AVITHIN

ONI' CALrNDAR MONTH FROM DATE OF ISfiUF j and will have a coupon attached which will require ¡

to be exchanged for a single ticket for the return Jorirncy

Tickets issued at rate of IJd per mile First class ?nd {d per mile Second class on Friday and Saturday, Sflth and 10th Dercml rr «ill he nvoilnblc for return until Tuesday, 2nd January, 1012.

Ticket- Issued at Bingle Fare and Quarter Rate for distances not exceeding 20 miles will be available for return within seven days from date of Issue, and those issued for distances over 20 miles will be avail .hie for return within six week« from date of issne

Tickets Issued In the DOWN direction from Syd «ey and intermediate etatlons will be availablo for «furn hy any train

Tickets Issued In the UP direction* to Sydney and Intermediate stations will not be available for return by the Expresa or Mall trains except that rxctrntlonlsts Tor the Cooma and Crookwell lines may return hi Mail Train leaving Sydney at 8 25 p m , Sunday« ex ctpted, those for stations Irondale to Gulgong may travel hy Mail Train le.ving Bjdney at 0S0 pm fRundays execpted), and those for stations on the Dungog I Inc may travel by North we"t Mill Train leaving Rydney at 3 5 p m (except on Sundays)

Tlie Cheap Excursion Tickets (2d and Id per mile) ordinarily issued at Sydney and stations in the Metro linHtan area to the Country on FRIDAY, 1st DFCFM Urn wtlí be available for return up to and including

TUrSDAY 2nd Tanunry, 1012

Week-end rxcursion Tickets Issncd on Friday and "Saturday 20th and 30th December, at rates specified on pago 20 of the Penny Time table Book, will be available for return until Tuesday, 2nd January, 1012.

CireA» TRAINS PItOM STDNET.

rLLAWAI-TtA LINE

TOIDAY, December 20 -8 5 a in for Wollongong, B.30 a m and 2 42 p m for Nowra, 6 40 p m

Kiama, 8 6 p m for Nowra. (On this date Cheap "Tickets will be issued liy train leaving 8ydney at 1.50 p.m to stations from Omega to Nowra only )

SATURDAY, December 30 -110 pm, and 3 B pi

for Wollongong, í 55 p m. for Kiama, HI pm for Bowrie"

MONDAY, Jan. "L.-7 8 a-m, for Wollongong 7 30 n rn lor Nowra, 7 38 a m and 8 0 a m for AVollongong

SOUTHFRN LINE.

THURSDAY, December 28 -8¿IS p m for Cooina and

-"rockwell.

FIUDAY, December 29 -ß 0 p m for Goulburn, 8 25 p.m for Coomn and Crookwell

MONDAY, January L-8 0 am for Goulburn, 8 S a m for Campbelltown, 8 58 a. m for Picton, 9 45 a m

tor Camelen.

I WESTLRN LINE.

TnUTtSDAY, December 28 -9 50 p m for Gulgong FRIDAY, December 20 -8 IO a-m. for Eskbank, 8 27 «.m. for Volley Heights 2 55 p m for Orange, 6 39 pm for Mt, Victoria 0 60 p m. for Gulgong On this

date Cheap Tickets AA1I L NOT be issued by the 6 l81 p in. Express Sydney to Mt. Victoria. I

SATURDAY, December 30 -7 30 am. for Mt Vic

torla, 20 pm. for Mt Victoria, 7 30 p m for Orange,) *U>5 p m. for Mt A icloria

MONDAY, January i -715 a.m. for Mt Victoria, I 7 30 a ni. for Katoomba 7 55 a.m for nsktiaiik, 8 10, »rn. for ML Victoria, 8 27 a-m. for A alley llelghuj I

NORTHERN LINE. i

FRIDAY, December ¿»-(155 am and 815 a.m. for; Newcastle, 0 10 am for Tamworth *l 5 p m for Dun ,

pre« (branch only), 8.10 p ni. for Newcastle, 9 10 p m j

for West Maitland

SATURDA i, December 30-15pm, «0pm, and. 8 0pm for Newcastle

MONDAI, January 1 -0 5r am and 7 40 a-m for "Sowcastle, 7 25 am. for Gosford

oiTEAP noKrrs AT THE RATE OF SINGLE FAlt-* iûND QUABTl-lt I OB Till DOUBLL JOU11MA (minimum rates 2s 1 Irst class and Is Second class) will be Issued by the undermentioned trains to Sydiio', end also to and from all st liions at which the train»

are timed to calL

I xccptions -By trains indicot-d Mow bj letter "A," the fares ordinarily charged on IN-idays and Saturdays <by traîna to and from the stations specified oi Pago 20 of Penny Time table Book) will apply The fares to and from other stations to be at the rate of single faro and quarter for the double journey (mlnlmtun, rates 2s rirst-cla-a, and la Second ¿lass)

I] CHEAP TRAINS TO SYDNEY.

[ ILLAWAICRA LINU

fJATUBDAY, December 3a-0 5am from Wollon long, 4 46 a.m from Nowra

MONDAli, lanuary L-0 42 a-m. from Scarborough, S 5 a-m from AVollongong, 5 30 n.m. from Kiama, 5 0

.urn. from Nowra.

SOUTHERN LINT

SATURDAY and MONDAY, December 30 and Jan ttary i.-4.20 a m. from Goulburn I * T-STLRN LINE

j BATUBDAY, December 30 -U JO p m from Orange. 1 MONDAY, Jauuary 1-0 5 a.m. from Mt, Victoria, | NOBini RN UNE

FRIDAY, December ¿9 -110 s,m. from Bingle ton (A)

SATURDAY, December TO -0 20 n-m from New castle (A), 11 45 a m from West Maitland (A), 1L0 a.m. from Singleton (A), 3 0pm from Dungog

MONDAY, January 1 -0 Í0 turn from "scwcasUe, Ci. a in, from West Maitland.

CLOSING OF GOODS Sill DS.

On MONDA\, January 1, the GOODS SIIFD. at Afl-VANDMA will be closed, but those nt SYDNhY and DARLING HARBOUR will be open until 10 0 a m for (he delivery of perishables onlv The Goods Sheds lit all other Stations will be closed fexoept for the receipt aud deliver» of perishable traille, s

CliOSDiG OF CITA TICKETS AND PAROEl^

OFFICE.

On January 1 the City Ticket« and Parcels Office vrjll be open until 10 0 a ra. ,

For full particulars of times of trains at inter mediate Stations, etc, see Handbills, obtainable .from

all Stationmasters.

(tt 185) _ BA ORD! It,

New South Wale« Goicrnment Railways,

Office of Uic Chief Commissioner,

S-diicj, December 22, 101L

"TtENDERS will be received at this Ofno until 12 l-L o'clock (noon) on the dates specified for the undermentioned Supplies, AA orrs etc -

TULSDAA., JANUABll 2 1912

Tin. SUPPL\ OI TWO TRAMAAAA BOG1I AAATrll

SPRlNhLLRS Particulars 1 lectrical Ingineer s Office, 01 Hunter street Si duel

TUL 6UPPL. 01 SIM- IRAMWAA 11FCTIUC AlO

.Oil BALLAST Iltur hS I rtieuhra I lectrlcal 1 nglnccr'i Office, 01 Hunter street Si Inn

TU1 PURC1US1 Ol SCI! Al STII1 YWiOUOnT'

IROV AND SICONDHAND STILL IlhHPlAIFS Particulars Hail» i' Store» Wilonsutct New

ron ti

Till* AIAVU1 ACTURI AND SUP! LA OF CAST IRON

AAOHlv AND STH 1 1 OÜGINCS 1 Olt ( 1 NI HI S FOU * TUHNTABI1S, Particulars 1 sistmg linns

e, Bridge street Sjdn i Office,

MONDAA, JANUAIlA 8 1012.

THF MANUl ALTLHI1 SLP1 1 1 AND 1 HrCTION OF

I OUR 100O hW ROI ARA CONAIRTLR UMTS Particulars I lectrlcal 1 m inecr s Office, m Hun

ter street S'»noi

Till MANU1 AC1I HI OI WROUGHT IRON WORK

1 OR W A( 0ONS Particulars, tilt Mechanical V iit,ineer a Office AA llson street Be Hern

THl SHIM LA AND DI I 111 HA Ol HU li TMvSlON

CABLIS. Partitul r-< I leetneal 1 ngineer s Ofllcc, 01 Hunter street, Sjdnei

MOND AA 1 ANUARA M, 1012

THhSUPPlA AND 1 lil t IION AT Till AAIIITF RA .

POW1 I! IIOUM SU>N! A Ol 1 IG11T AA ATMS TUBI BOlirR- Willi SUI1 RHFATI RS LOO» O MISI RS AND MK11AN1CA1 hTOM I S larti-u larc Hcclrical Engineer s Office, rl Hunter street Si dne)

MOVDAA 1ANI APA 21 101"

THl' MANÍ I ACTURI SI PPI A, AND I Rl CTION OF

A 2JMIOWATI BOOS! I It SIT Partie ulan. Flee trical 1 ngineer s Olllci fl Hunter street, Sidney

MONDAA 2fth 1 niRUAliA 1112

Till SUPP1A OI lUBIilCA.lNO OILS for the Rail

w^y Service Particulars, 1 allua} «tores Wilton

street Ni «town I

Tenders to 1 c endorsed ' Ten lers for Scrap Copper

etc or as th case um bp [

Tie (lief Coinussi nr I is not bind himself to accept the lowest or um tender

Bi oiler i

T S «PUrAA AA Secretan

AinjSEMENTS

GOVERNMENT BAILWAYS.

£J.0VKBN1-ENT TU AMWAY 8.

THURSDAY, DECEMBER tS. j

VICIÖBU T N.B. WALES COL«, AT STDNET

* , CIUCEET GROUND. |

A' SPECIAL SERVICE OF TRAMS will be run to the Sydney Cricket Ground from Circular Quay and Railway-square Loop, commencing at 10.50 a-m.

By order.

J. a SPURWAY,

(T. 52)_Secretary.

AMUSEMEBTS.

-RICKARDS' T1V0U THEATRE.

General Manager. Mr. John 0. Lette,

TO-NIQIIT, AT a,

BICKABDa* TIVOLI VAUDEVILLE AND SPECIALTY

COMBINATION.

Just arrived, direct from London per R.M.8. Orama,

EMERSON AND BALDWIN, EMERSON AND BALDWIN, EMERSON AND BALDWIN, 1ÍMEU80N AND BALDWIN,

Sensational American Club Junrling Comedians.

'HE-miETTE AND SELINA, HENRIETTE AND SELINA,

Reined Instrumental Duetti-ta,

BERT LEVY, BERT LEVY, BERT LEVY,

THE FAMOUS ARTIST ENTERTAINER.

GEORGE THE 1st, GEORGE THE 1st,

The Wonder of the World. The Greatest Trained

Cblinpan7.cc in existence. To «co him is to laugh.

Trained and Presented by DANDY GEORGE.

DAVE SAMUELS, DAVE SAMUELS,

The Celebrated Hebrew Comedian.

JENRY AND HINDU,

"The Cjclist»,"

In a Combination of Skill and Quaint Humor. WILSON HALLET, The Original Child Mimic,

VAUDE AND VERNE, RAY JONES.

Ida Bcrridge, Harry Linden, Goldie Collin«, The Gib-

son Slaters, Mel Brewer, Jack Hellier, etc.

PRICES: SI. 2/, and 1/. Booked Seat», 1/ extra. Box Plan at Paling'«.

IS8 ETHEL CLIFFORD, all Stage Dancing, resume.

Jan, 22 (D V.). LO.O.F, Temple, Elk-st.

rpOWN HAT/L, SYDNEY.

Direction H. N. SOUTHWELL,

JOHN MCCORMACK CONCERTS, JOHN MCCORMACK CONCERTS.

TOWN HAMi,

THURSDAY, January 4, FRIDAY, January 5. THE FAMOUS IB.BH TENOR IN BA-JdUj-,'

Assisted by

Hiss ROSINA BUCKMANN. Soprano. '

Mies VERA WATTS, Contralto.

Mr. ALFRED KAUFMANN, Basa.

Mr. DONAJJ) MCBEATH, Violinist.

Mr. SPENCER CLAY, Pianist.

Price., 7/6 and 5/, Reserved.

Pt. ANS OPUN AT PALING'S TO-DAY. VU Ml OPEN AT TALINO'S TO-DAY.

PR I it O E S S THEATRE.

Location: George street, opposite Railway Station.

) EVERY EVENING

MA-TNT-ES, BATURDA.S AND HOLIDAYS,

ci-EATEST SUOTÍS. IMAGINABIÄ.

T O BAIL'S

ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE

hNTERTAINERS.

CLEAN VAUDEVILLE |

Change of Programme and New Artists Weaily,

POPULAR PRICES 1/0, 1/, and 6d Saturday and!

Holiday Prices 2/, 1/6, and 1/ i

BOX TLAN AT SA1EAT0N*S, 857 George-street

Booked Scats, Od extra. ' AMATEUR TRIAL NIGHTS. EAEBY FRIDAY. I

fJUTTERSAJ-L'S CLUB ' RACES.

RANDWICK RACECOURSE.

_ ANNUAL MEETING.

i

i

SATURDAY, 30th DECKHBEB, UU.

Tlin CARRINGTON STAKfiS.

First Race at 1.30 p m.

MONDAY (NEW TEAR'S DAY), lit JANUARY, HU,

TATTERSALLS CLUB CUP.

First Race at 12.30 p m.

J. B. OLL1FFE,

Secretary.

rpATTBBSA3-T-"S CLUB RACES,

»ANDWrOK RACECOURSE»

ANNUAIi MEET-NQ.

SATURDAY, 30th DEC., 191*1,

and

MONDAY (NEW YEAR'S DAT),* 1st JANUARY, ÎWÎ.

Members can obtain Two Ladles' Tickets for each day on application to the undersigned TO-DAY and TO-MORROW (FRIDAY) up to 4 p.m.

Trainers and Jockeys' Tickets will be Issued THIS DAY (THURSDAY), ESth instant, up to l p.m., at No. 17 Ollicc, Tattersall'a-clumheni.

J. B. OU-CITE,

Secretary.

MOOREFIELD 1~ RACES.

SATURDAY, 6th JANUARY. 1912.

FLYING HANDICAP of 100 son-, 6 Furlongs.

bILWARDS' MILK of SO eovs (lowest weight 7st 71b),

1 mile.

KOGARAH STAKES of 80 sovs,, 1 mile.

NURSERY HANDICAP of 100 sovs., 4' furlong.. JANUARY HANDICAP of loo sovs., 1J mile.

SCARBOROUGH WELTER of 80 eovs.. (lowest Weicht

7st 71b), 6 furlongs.

(For full particulars, see Programme,)

ENTRIES CLOSE at 4 P.M. on FRIDAY NEXT. 15 Castlereagh street._R. K. JOLLA', Sccty.

TSJ'.S.W. TROTTING CLUB RACES.

AT EPPING ILACECOTOSE.

/ TO-MORROW, FRIDAY.

65 I3NTRIES. 65 LARGE FIELDS.

FIRST RACE. 2.30 P.M.

STAND, 5/; LEGER, 3/.

Balmain, Lilyfield, and Special Trams will run via Ucorgc-street every few minutes. l"sre, Sd.

R. O. HUNGERFORD,

Secretary.

* SSOCIATED RACING CLUB'

NOTICE TO BOOKMAKERS.

Applications for Registration in the above Clubs for m-arter ending Al arch SI, 1912, must be made on or be- fore 5 p.m. 1'lllS BAA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28,

1911.

J. UNDERHn.L,

Secretary.

jn__Kli/abPtli street 'Phone. 2Q8-._ I"li:\TAV Ohf Acquaintance«! and Fiiendships round'

*i mur ("ounti Stindard at th' Highland Gathering

L' Jcltyi 10 a,--., 2 p.m. Fare, Is; Chil., »d.

AKirSEKENTS.

QUB MISS GIBBS.

HOLIDAY MATINEE, NEW YEAR'S DAY.

P"BR M.A J EST Y'S.,

Direction :

J. C. WILLIAMSON, LTD.

(With which is incorporated Clarke and Meynell Pty.,

Limited),

Merry

as TO-NIGHT. AT 7.45 Ever. TO-NIGHT, AT 7.48

Mr. J. C. WILLIAMSON presenta

and

The Perennial Favonriti,

OUR MISS GIBBS. OUR MISS GIBBS.

The Musical Comedy of Never-waning

Popularity.

THE NUMBERS CHARM

AS BEFORE,

While the Roars of Laughter

Suggested

A FIRST PRODUCTION MORE THAN A

REVIVAL.

Stage Direction of Mr. WYBERT STAMFORD.

PLANS at Paling's until 5 p.m., and thereafter at Her Majesty's Office, Market street. Day Sale at

Callase'«,

milE - GIRL' IN ' THE TRAIN.

HOLIDAY MATINEE, NEW YEAR'S DAY.

rp H E A T R E ROYAL

Direction:

J. 0. WILLIAMSON, LTD.

(with which is incorporated Clark* and Meyn-TJ

rty., Ltd.).

-..-IT-FOURTH PERFORMANCE. . FIFTY-rOURTH PERFORMANCE.

FIFTY-FOURTH PERFORMANCE.

ALL TO-NIGHT, AT S O'CLOCK. BTAR TO-NIGHT, AT 8 O'CLOCK. CAST. TO-NIGHT, At S O'CIXICK.

Mr. J. C. WILLIAMSON presents

THE MOST INFECTIO**S SUCCESS OF MANY

. SEASONS,

THE GIRL IN THE TRAIN. THE GIRL IN THE TRAIN.

LURING AND LIVELY.

The Potted Grand Opera,

SAM SON AND D. LIAR,

is

The Funniest Burlesque that ever happened.

Plans at Paling'« until 6 p.m., and thereafter, with Day Sale, at Bow's.

FINAL MATINEE, NEXT WEDNESDAY. FINAL MATINEE, NEXT WEDNESDAY.

Iirau -nu a o&L _ _.

TEAK OR TWO,

rrrwo AND A HALF HOURS OF LAUGHTER WITH A

CRITERION THEATRE,

CRITERION THEATRE. -

Lessee.-.FRANK MUSGROVE.

. ' Direction:

J. C. WILLIAMSON, Ltd.

(with which is incorporated 'Clarke snd ' Meynell

Pty., Ltd.).

TO-NIGHT,'AT 8. ,

. TO-NIGHT, AT 8.

TO-NIGHT, AT 8. Mr. J. C. WILLIAMSON

Presents .ETHEL

IRVING, England's Greatest Actress,

in Somerset Maugham's Enduring Success,

LADY FREDERICK. LADY FREDERICK. LADY FREDERICK. LADY FREDERICK. LADY FREDERICK. I LADY FREDERICK.

LADY FREDERICK. LADY FREDERICK. i LADY FREDERICK.

PRESS OPINIONS:

"BrUlisnUy clever."

'The interest never relaxes."

"Artistío from every point of view." "The appeal is irresistible."

"A standard by which to judge all future efforts."

ETHEL IRVING

sa LADY FREDERICK. Supported by

HER ENTIRE LONDON COMEDY COMPANY.

BOX PLAN at PALING'S until S T,.ro,, and thereafter, with Day Sale, at White -Roíc, Pitt-street

.gJTHED IRVING, ,

In another of her Great London

Successes,

DAME NATURE,

- "*Ad_js_rd by Frederick Fenn

' from Henry Bab-ille's "La Femme Nue."

The London TIMES wrote:

Miss Ethel Irving is a true artist, with a marked individuality said gift of simple, sincere eelf-cipresslon; she makes a fine thing o! the character, something very lovable and very pathetic all through.

DAME NATURE, DAME NATURE,

will be .

PRODUCED FOB THE FIRST TIME IN SYDN(,Ï

«n ,

fUTURDAY WEF.K, JANUARY 6. SATURDAY AVEEK, JANUARY 6.

J_AMUSEMENTS._._

ADELPHI THEATRE.

GRAND HOLIDAY MATINEES,

SATUBDAY NEXT, DECEMBER SO,

and

MONDAY, JANUARY 1

"HIS MAJESTY'S GUESTS"

Doors open at 1. Commence 2 pm. sharp.

^DELPHI THEATRE.

Direction and -uuiagement, GEORGE MARLOW, LTD.

POPULAR PRICES: 8/, 2/, 1/.

(Early Doors 6d Extra )

GEORGE MARLOW

Presents

i J. O. WILLIAMSON'S > I

Company i __ .l in the

Musical, Farcical, Pantotnlmieal Comedy, HIS MAJESTY'S GUESTS." HIS MAJESTY'S GUESTS.

HIS MAJUbTY'S GUESTS. ;

Three Acts of Diverting Situations, Laughable In-

cidents, Catchy Songs, and other attractions for

the Tcstivc Season.

Special Engagement of v REDFORD and WINPHESTFR,

America's Foremost Corned) Juggling Duo

(One of the finest acts over Imported into Australia), i

and

THE FAMOUS PONY BALLET.

Three Hours of Genuine Fun and Amusement.

An Ideal Holiday Attraction,

Box Plan at Nicholson's (Reserved Seats, 4/), ind at White Rose, Adelphi Branch, where Earlv Door Tickets ore also obtainable, and at Crowe's Library, Pitt street.

Ccncrai Manager, CHRISTIE StMONSENS.

RATIONAL AMPHITHEATRE.

Bole Proprietors . Brennan'« Amphitheatres, Ltd. Governing Director. Mr. JAMES BRENNAN.

BRENNAN'S VAUDEVILLE

ENTERTAINERS.

." EVERY EVENING AT 8 O'CLOCIL

MATINKES FOR nOLIDAY WEEK,

THIS DAY AND SATURDAY, AT 2 30 P.M.

MAMMOTH HOLIDAY PROORAMME.

CAVAUERI FURORE.

CAVALIERI ia justly proclaimed the world's greatest

Protean Artist.

CAVALIER! "or tra j s In 10. minutes more characters

than others, previously seen here, have done

In half an hour.

CAVALIERI, Unsurpassed us a Quick-change Artist,

? BOYA AND REJAN,

Expert Dancers,

KING AND MILLARD,

in Comedy Sketch, "BBOAA'N'S PAL."

GUS ' New Senes HARRIS GUS of HARRIS GUS Chorus Songs HARRIS

EMERALD AND DUPIU", EMERALD AND DUPIIE,

in . . "A HOT SCOTCH,"

EDrrn HARMER, MARIE LEA,

OLGA PENNINGTON, THE NATIONAL DUO,

BERT BOAVDEN. IVY NICHOLLS. ARTHUR STAOEY.

OITDINARY PRICES, 2/, 1/, Gallery 6d.

SATURDAY NlGIirS: 2/, 1/8, 1/; Reserved Seats, 6d

extra.

AMATEUR TRIAL COMPETITIONS FRIDAY ETON IKOS. First Prire. £2121; Second Prize, £1/1/,

-JJATIONAL AMPHITHEATRE.

STILL THEY COME. Direct from England

(Specially engaged by Mr. James Brennan),

HAYDEE'S

HAYDEE'S y , MARIONETTES.

MARIONETTES.

MARIONETTEa .

A COMPLETE MINIATURE THEATRE.

Direct from England ' (Specially engaged by Mr. James Brennan),

Tile

DELAFIORES, DELAFIORES, DELAFIORES,

Unique Musical Act "Eccentriqnc."

A

LHAMBHA THEATRE.

. . Direction . H. Pugllcse. " > CONTINUOUS EK3TURES, -

" IX A.M. TO 11 P.M.

The Famous Irish Drama,

COLLEN BAWN,

Special Engagement of Mr. Harry Beaumont, Lec- turer, at afternoon and evening sessions.

CIRCLE, 64 CIRCLE. Od.

rp H

E VICTORIA.

PITT-STREET.

Direction .... FRANK MUSGROVE.

COOL, COMFORTABLE. TWO SEIDINa ROOFS.

11 a.m, CONTINUOUS PHOTO-PLAYS. 11 p m.

JUST ARRIVED,

A WONDERFUL PROGRAMME.

TO-DAY. TO-DAY.

ABSOLUTELY EXCLUS1AT*.

In conjunction with the Latest and Crea'cst

Photo-Dramas.

Weeks ahead of any other picture theatre in Sydney. Bring the kiddles tills gay and festive time. AT THE

A'ICTORIA ONLY.

6d and 3d._CHAS. F. JONES, Manager.

CORONATION PICTURE THEATRE.

CORNER OF CLEVELAND and CROAVN STS.

MATINEE, SAT., 2 30. Redfern MATINEE, SAT, 2.30.

and MATINEE, NEAV YEAR'S DAY, 2.S0.

Latest Continental Roof Beautiful and Cool,

TO-NIGHT, "BRUTUS." TO NIGHT.

LOST IN THE JUNGLE,

Sellg's Star Animal Drama.

ADVT.NTun.rs or BILLY, AJÍ.

Including an _11 star Holiday Programme of all the World's Best Photo. Plays

AVatch for the Opening Night of the Grand Vaude- ville l"ntortainers, Wednisdaj, Srd January, 1912.

AU Star Artists engaged it Enormous Expense.

_l.r.SSKE ..J. THANK ,1Q,M PH.

ITEET with Old Townie* nt the Gathering of the

"J- Clans on Ne« Year's Day. _

SYDNEY SKATTNO RINK, LTD.

ROLLER SKATING,

NEW YEAR'S DAY, JAN. 1st

The Best Place tei Spend the Holiday.

BAND ALL- SESSIONS.

NEW YEAR'S DAY, JANUARY 1st, 1914

s*

THE RINK OPEN ALL DAY:

Y CRICKET (

'No. 2 GROUND.)

TO-DAY, TO-DAY,

INTERSTATE JUNIOR CRICKET MATCH,

. VICTORIA V SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

GATES opened at 10 a.m. PLAY starts 10.30 a-m.

ADMISSION, Od. a H. FAIRLAND,

Secretary S.C Ground. Office, Ocean House. 24 Moore-street.

SYDNEY CRICKET GROUND.

TO-DAY. TO-DAY,

INTERSTATE COLTS' CRICKET MATCH.

VICTORIA v N. S. AA'ALES.

GATES opened at 10.30 a.m. PLAY stnrtB at 11 a.m. LUNCHEON, 1.30 p.m. GAME RESUMED 2.15 n.m ADMISSION: Is to Ground, la ckl to Grand Stand. * Children Half-price. _

MEMBERS must produce their tickets. Office S. II. FAIRLAND,

Ocean nousc, Secty. S. C. Ground.

24 Moore-street._ "¡VfAGlCIAN.-AA'anted, Man, good at sleight of hand Jjl and tricks for t»o necks. Apply

_C. .1. MEltRA*. 27 .lamlcson-strceL

I7OOLOGICAL GARDENS AND AQUARIUM.

Opm weekdays, 0.30 to 6.

_Sundays. 2 to 5 p.m._ HÍfOnthering of the Clans .it the Royal Agricultural

Grounds on New Year's Day will lie the Event

of the Year.

8 DAYS.

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T

SPENCER'S PICTURES, " SFENU-H'S PICTURES,

ALL-NEW PROGRAMME TO-LIGHT. "LOST IN TUB JUNGLE."

"LOST IN THE JUNGLE." A Thrilling ' "LOST IN THE JUNGLE.:' Animal "LOST IN THE JUNGLE." Picture.

k FILLED AV1TH INTENSE EXCITEMENT.

Meta, for refusing tho man of her father's choice, is driven away from home. She gets lost In the Jungle.. A ferocious leopold attack« her, and she defends herself with a hunting knife. She is found in a dying condition by Toddles, her pet elephant, who has stampeded, aud is

carried back f> tile farm.

A GENUINE TURILL.

' "FORAGING-"

"FORAGING.* FRIENDS "FORAGING." "FORAGING." " THROUGH "FORAGING." "FORAGLNG." THICK AND "FORAGING." "FORAGING." THIN, IN "FORAGING." "FORAGING." PEACE AND "FORAGING." "FORAGING." WAR. "FORAGING."

.This picture sounds the keynote of our hearts and touches the tender chords of sympathy.

"A CHRISTMAS CAROL." "A CHRISTMAS CAROL."

A Beautiful Reproduction of Charles Dickens'

Famous AA'ork.

, OTHER STARTERS:

"Harvest Time In Sicily."-"The Brothers' Reel." "A Skit on the Johnson-AA'clls Fight."-"Saved from the Torrents."-"Bill and His Chum Tired of Llfc." "Tontoliui and His Mother-in-law," "Jimrnie's Job."

COMIN" COMING,

Kalem's Great Picture,

"THE COLLEEN BAWN."

A Three-Reel Production.

Tim most expensive and magnificent classic Irish Pho- to-play ever presented

ADSnSSION: 1/fi. 1/, and Od. PLAN AT PALING'S.

2/6. Day Sale, White BofC Doors, 7.15 overture, 8,

^>vci

mu AVE i-iUNGE MONDAY AND THUl

COTICE.

ATHOL, CLIFTON. BALMORAL, AND THE SPIT.

STEAMERS FROM NO. 4 JETTY, CHlCUIiAR QUAT.

SPECIAL WEEK-DAY TIME-TABLE FROM

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 26, IBU,-"till SATURDAT,

JANUARY 0, inclus!,'c.

From Sydncv.-5.S0A, fl.30 A, 7.45A, S.45A, 10B, 11D, J2B, 1,0D, 2.30B, 3.0B, t.OOB, fi.OA, 5.1SB, 0.0A, Í.30A, 8.0C, lp.SOA, ILMA.

NOTE.-A, to Athol and Clifton only. "

B, to Athol, Clifton, Balmoral, and The Spit. 0, lo Athol. Clifton, Balmoral, and the

Spit on AVedncsdays and Saturdays only, D, to Athol, Clifton, and Balmoral only.

B1

ORDEREBSl Be sure to gather rormd the standard

at the Agricultural Grounds on New Year's Day. I

AinTSEH-SHTS.

J)l)RBAR, DURBAR, DURBAR.

TO-NIGnT, TO-NIGHT, THE OLYMPIA AND (JREAT OLACIARIUM.

nitST SCENES Di THE DURBAR OF DURBARS.

BEAUTIFUL BOMBAY ' 1 In »Activity, Preparing

To Receive the Emperor of Emperors.

O

LYMPIA THEATRE.

(OXFORD-STREET, PADDINGTON).

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WEST'S PICTURES NEW EOME

AUSTRALIA'S CHIEF OLYMPIA.

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including

THE PHOTO MELODRAMA OF THE DAY,

THE POWER OF LOVE,

including

THE SENSATIONAL AND REAUSTKJ TRAIN

DISASTER.

" 'THE POWER OF LOVE' is a powerful drama, filmed in that c.eellent manner which has come to be looked upon as Nordisk's alone. In a telling and coniinclng manner It illustrates how .in innocent girl's loio can save the man of her heart from becoming a social pariah through drink-demonstrating also that udiersity is the best weapon for compelling a man

to prove his real worth."

3d, Cd, 1/, 1/0. PEOPLE'S PRICES, 3d. 6d, 1/, 1/0.

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LACTARIUM,

(THE COOLEST HfcbORT IN TOWN.) STUPENDOUS SUCCESS

STUPENDO-JS SUCCESS of

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WEST'S PERFECT PICTURES.

CONTINUATION OF THE SURF COMPETITION.

3 ¿ ONE SIREN CHALLENGES ANOTHER. ¡

ONE SIREN CHALLENGES ANOTHER.

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SIRENS OF THE SURF CHALLENGE HEAT.

Competitor No. 12 Competitor No. 20,

1001. 19«.

In addition,

, A PROGRAM OF NEW NOVELTIES.

A PROGRAM Ol' NEW NOVELTIES. '

THE POWER OF LOVE.

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DE GROEN'S VICE-REGAL ORCHESTRA.

A HEARTY AND SINCERE WELCOME

We hasten to accord to the thousands of visitors from the Country Districts

of. the Mother State, many of whom are our esteemed customers, and for whom ' »e have prepared, as for years past, A SPECIAL TARIFF. In plain language, wo are honestly cutting about

25 PER CENT. OFF OUR USUAL PRICES,

and for this good reason :-Recngrusing that there are many thousands here to- day who come to the Metropolis but once or twice a year, we feel that If by a SPECIALLY LOW. OFFER we can secure the patronage of a goodly proportion of these ¡t will be better business for us than in holding to our usual tariff,

and doing, therefore, a more Umitcd trade. BROMIDE, PLATINOTYPE, CAR- ,

, BON, AR1STO, AND ALL CLASSES OF HIGH ART PHOTOGRAPHY (accompanied

in numerous instances by

BEAUTIFUL ENLARGEMENTS

smartly mounted, and framed in choice woods, richly iRtmü-iated with floral , designs), are now available at prices that should ensure a repetition of the splendid

support accorded us last Xmas.

A CHRISTMAS SOUVENIR.

With any of the styles specified WE WILL PRESENT TO EVERY CUS- TOMER in recognition of the CThristmaa Season a DAINTY AND USEFUL . SOU- VENIR, which is certain to command wide appreciation. AA'e continue, of course, our popular offer of ^

12 CABINET ROCOCO PHOTOGRAPHS.

* . (together with a Fra-ncd Enlargenient of life-like fidelity to the original) for

-HÁT.F A GUINEA,

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SPECIAL NOTE.-We offer a nnmber of positioiMi to choose from and GUARANTEE . SATISFACTION. YOUR ORDER COMPLETED WITHIN ONE WEEK FROM THE RETURN OF PROOFS.

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.HIGHLAND SOCIETY- OF N. S. WALES.

FORTY-FOURTH ANNUA L HIGHLAND GATHERING

NEW YEAR'S DAY, 1912,

ROYAL AGRICULTURAL GROUND,

' MOORE PARK,

Excellent Entries for all Piping, Dancing, Scots' Games, Athletic Events, eba., etc,

Tuo Dancing Platforms going the whole daylong. ' ' - Display and March bv all Kiltie» on t he ground, concluding with Foursome Reel. ,

. Rehearsal on SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30th, at Royal Agricultural Ground. . ,

AN EVENT,- NEW IN SYDNEY: GATHERING OF THE ÇLAN&

A portion of the Ground has been set apart as a meeting-place for all Scotsmen from all parts of the Homeland. A'nrious sections will be grouped off into counties, and it is desired to make these portions IhcTallying point for all claiming, either bj biith or anecstry, kinship with the particular county. It is hoped by thiB movement that many Scotsmen who have not hitherto met in Australia, although coming from tho same county, will become acquainted. Each section will be in charge-of Councillors, who wiU intro- duce visitors one to another. _o

aucc vi-iKii- ADMISSION 1/. CmLDREN 6d,

Special Service of Trams from Circular Quay and the Railway.

ANNUAL NEW YEAR'S NIGHT CONCERT,

TOWN HALL, SYDNEY, MO NDAY NEXT, JANUARY 1, 1012.

PROGRAMME. *

PART H. 13. Part Songs

fa) "Skye Boat Song" . Arranged by J. BeU (b) "The Bells of St. Michael's Tower" (by request),

Arranged by R. P. Stewart

HIGIH-AND SOCIETY'S SELECT CHOIR. PART I.

1. Selection by Highland Society's Pipe Band.

2. Part Songs

(a) "Scotland's Fame". Alicia F. Needham.

(b) "Ca' the Yowcs," Arranged by Granville Bantock

"""" «-.." cnr-it-Tva spirrrr CHOIR.

HIGHLAND SOCIETY'S" SELECT CHOIR.

Conductor, Mr. W. Arundel Orchard, Mus. Bac.

S. Ballad, "Jock o' Hazeldean" . AValter Scott

Miss KITTY F. WATT.

i. Song, "Macgregor's Gathering" . AValter Scott

Mr. G. HINDMARSH JAMIESON

5. Violin Solo, "Fantasia on Scots Airs," vJyril Monk

Mr. CYRIL MONK.

6. Song, "Caller Herrin'" . Lady Nairne

Miss DAISY SWEET. 7. Recitation

fa) "Bairaics, Cuddle Doon" (by request), W.

Anderson.

(b) "Scots wlm har" .W... Burns

Mr. WALTER BENTLEY. 8. Part Songs

(u) "0 the Broom the Yellow Broom," A. F. Need-

ham,

(b) "Bonnie Dundee."

IMÍÍL\NIT'SOC-ETY'S SELECT CHOIR.

Í). Song, "Bonnie Prince Charlie" -,.James Hogg

Miss BESSIE FRASER.

10. Song, "The Cameron Men" .... Mary M. Campbell

Mr. ANDREAV BLACK.

11. Selection bv Highland Society's Pipe Band.

12. Foursome Reel by Juvenile First-prize AA'inners.

, Doors open at 6.45 p.m.

ADSHSSION: Reserved Seats, 4/; Galleries, 3/; Body of Hall, 2/.- Plan at Nicholson's.

_JOHN STEWART, Hon. Sec

li. Song, "The Auld Scots Sangs" . Bethune

Miss DAISY SWEET.

15. Song, "O' a' the Airts" . Bums

Mr. G. HINDMARSH JAMIESON.

l8. Ballad, '*L-st May a Braw Wooer" . Burns

Miss BESSIE FRASER.

17. Recitation, "To a Haggis" . Barns

Mr. WALTER BENTLEY.

18. Song, "Gala Water" ..,. Burns

Miss KITTY F. WATT. 19. Part Songs

fa) "Annie Laurie" .. Arranged by Granville Bantock (b) "The Hundred Pipers"

HIGHLAND SOCIETY'S SELECT CHOIR. 20. Viobn Solo

(a) "John Anderson," (b) "Robin Adair," Old Airs

Mr. CYRIL MONK.

2L Song, "The Flowers o' the Forest," Alison Ruther-

ford,

Mr. ANDREW BLACK.

22. Duet, "Huntingtower" . Traditional

Miss BESSIE FRASER and Mr. G. II. JAMIESON.

Finale, "Auld Lang Sync" . Burns

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D. BERNARD,

(All work i» done under Mr. Bernard's Paac-uvl SaprrriiioaJ. .

_AMÜSEMENTS._ JJ.RIO AND COLONIAL THEATRES.

Direction .j. D. WILLIAMS.

CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCES.

COME ANY TIME-YOU LIKE FROM 11 AM. TO

li P.M.

COMPLETE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME,

TO-DAY, . TO-DAY.

"Special Attractions" in additica to our

ALL STAR HOLIDAY PROGRAMME.

LYRIO THEATRE.

To be teen onlv at this Theatre,

THE

SHEEP-SHEARING COMPETITION

FOR THE

CHAMPIONSHIP OF AUSTRALIA.

Come and sec the pick of Australia in this Remark- able Exhibition ol Speed, Stamina, and SlcM.

COLONIAL No. 1.

THE CYCLING CHAMPIONS OF FHE AVORLD 1>*

TRAINING FOR THE GREAT SIX DAYS'

BICYCLE RACE.

Which will commence on New Year's Dai', January 1st,

COLONIAL No. 2.

LOST IN-THE JUNGLE.

Absolutely the most exciting Drama ever produced. Tills truly wonderful Photo-play-taken In the heart of an African Jungle-shows attacks by Lions, Tigers in their natural state.

The above Attractions In addition to the Regular

Programmes.

COMING. COM-NQ.

MONDAY NEXT, JAN. 1st

TWO STARTLING ATTRACTlONa

THE GREAT INDIAN DURBAR.

(To be shown at each Theatre.)

Specially Arranged for Australia in London by

J. D. Williams, Esq.

A Living Page in the History of our Nation. The most brilliant and dazzling spectacle of beauty, pomp, and splendour ever witnessed. Royalty, aristocratic beauty, Oriental nuigntflcence, and military pageantry artistically blended into one never-to-bc-forgottpn scene, unequalled in. the annals of the world's hi»

tory.

LYRIO THEATRE.

COLLEEN BAWN,

The Greatest Irish Cla_slc Drama, written by the

celebrated playwright, Dion Boucieault.

This example of the highest type of Photo-play is being produced for the first time in Australia', and must not be mistaken for productions that have already been shown under the same title.

NO MATTER HOW GREAT THE ATTRACTIONS,

AVE NEVER RAISE THE PRICES OF ADMISSION.

STALLS 3d. DRESS CIRCLE «d.

GREATER J. D. WILLIAME AMUSEA1ENT CO.. LTD. PAISLEY bodies will bo glad to meet one another at

the Highland Gathering on New Year's Day, Agricultural Grounds. ___ PUNCH and JUDY SHOAV* open for Engagement. J.

McDonald, SP Krnsington-st. city._ OTEL STEYNE, MANLY.-Excencnt Lunch and Dinner, dally and Sundays, '-mile to Golf Links.

H

AltnrSEMElíTS.

pALAOB THBATR»

DincU°a ..-.. ALLAN -Uiaxox

> EVERY EVENING AT 8,

PLIMMER-DJJÑÑÍSTON SEASON,

INSTANTANEOUS SUCCESS

of the enormously successful play ¡n ,ilt-. ,M.

INCONSTANT GEORGE INCONSTANT GEORGE INCONSTANT GEORGE.

Direct from the Prince of Wales Theatre r-,,,

where it has been running for upward» of ssn «i*1 and is still attracting crowded houses/ Ehu>

Written by Robert de Flers and Arman- (Vu. . Adapted from the French hy Oladjs Unger S

by special arrangement with Charles Frohm-TrT

London. ^^> ""-,

A MEAL OF MERRIMENT!

' EXTRACTS FROM SYDNEY PltESl

Welcomed with shouts of laushter, and ii UM _. run many weeks at the Palace Theatre. ^ T

_ -"Heril».»

Cleverly written. . . Dialogue' is bright . n

cldcdly amusing. . . «.

-"-T" Daily Telegripi...

The large audience received it with troy ni-ii-. tatton of pleasure. ' ""-""??

N _ -"Sen»

THE GREAT PYJAMA SCENE.

Interpreted by

Mrs. Brough, Beatrice Day, Lizette Parkes. V-fcntd» Sidney, Reatrice Usher. Dora Deane. T*

Harry Plimmer, Reynolds Denniston. A. E fi~~. way, Harry Sweeney, Paul Latham, Cyril Bell.

THJ ELABORATE LADIES' COSTUMES by DAVm

JONES, LIMITED. FROM TBK VEUT UTES?

PARISIAN MODELS. W

STAGE FURNISHINGS BY REARD. WATVW IM

NEAV SCENERY BY HARRY WnAlT¿ ^

BOX PLAN AT NICHOLSO*i'&

PRICES: S/, 3/, 1/. Early Door, to Gallerr lint.

m'ttei "' ^Th"e lUaC- ChUd'al -» *T- «.* S'T'A N D ATTD nrr_r-i* T v,T, OASTLEREAOn-RTREET " **

TO-NIGHT, THURSDAY. DFC. 28.

ïïïïrSfr **' ,ora COSORbra

tu-NIOHT, presents

TO-NIGHT, JOSS RITA CARLm TO-NIGHT. and COlIPANy

TO-NIGHT,

THE CHORUS GIRL,

TO-NtOHT. THE GIRL WBO H-f-w i BIT.

POPULAR PRICES: _/, V. »_djAg^

EXP. Advance Agent Disengaged, reputation WeS

houses all routes. .144 Livernool^-.iT.g aOMETIUNO New to Sydney.-ATSiT^StTSinif

^ the CiaT »t "« ""yal Agricultural Groisä,

on N

TTIGHLANDEIÎSI The Fiery Croa |5 .broiä for'ft. -O. Gathering of the Clans at the AgriralhSJ

Grounds on Monday. ^ '"

THE STADIUM, THE STADIUM,

RUSHCUTTER BAY.

UNDER THE DmECTION OP

J. D. WILLIAMS,

OWNER OF THE WORLD'S RIGHTS.

THE PICTURES OF THE MOST ffUBRINa EVENT IN THE HISTORY OP THE tuNuV,

* THE GREAT

McVEA - LANGFORD

FIGHT,

* TO-NIGHT, THURSDAY,*

FRIDAY, AND SATOBOAY NIGHTS,

DEO, 28, DEC. 29, DEC. 30, 1 COMMENCING AT S P.M.

A TRIUMPH OP BIOGRAPH ART. EVERY BLOW SEEN JUST AS CLEARLY AND NSiaCK*

AS IP THE ONLOOKERS WERE ACTUALLY PRESENT AT THE RINGSIDE. «onacWl

VfiTNESSED BY OVER 20,000 PEOPLE

GREAT DIVERSITY OF OPINION EXISTS AS TO WHOM THE VERDICT SHOULD HAVE BEEN OIVH BEAD THE PRESS NOTICES AND THE OPINIONS OF PROMINENT SPORTSMEN

THE REFEREE (Mr. "Snowy" Baker) gives his opinion (see Tuesday's "Sim"):-"Ah-oluUh; fe greatest and cleverest heavyweight fight 1 have ever seen."

THE "SUN" SAYS:-"Even now it is a maller of argument whether or not MTea is tia -ajM champion " * ,

TOMMY BURNS SAYS (see Tuesday's "Evening News") :-"IPs the greatest battle, tore one, lam«« witnessed, ... In to-day's battle Langford stood out as the greater fighter."

LARRY FOLEY SAYS:-"The cleverest fight we haye seen here for 15 years." OYCLONE THOMPSON SAY'S:-"I think that it shuuld have been a draw." BILL LANG BAYS:-"It was a great fight."

THE "EVENING NEWS" SAXB:-"Greatest contest ever seen in Australia,'*

COME AND JUDGE FOR YOURSELYE& j

PRICES FOR THE AIILLION: 10,000 Seats at 1/, Reserved Oialrs 2/ and 3/.

O. POST MASON, Botbea 1

WHATEVER YOU DO, DONT MISS

SEEING THE OLD YEAR OUT AND THE NEW YEAR W,

AT THE

SYDNEY CRICKET GROUND,

JANUARY 1st TO 6th INCLUSIVE.

COMMENCING NEW Y EAR'S EVE, 12 A.M.

, COME ANY TIME, YOU LHIE, MORNINO. AFTXR-IOON, OB NiaRT.

GATES NEVER CLOSED.

AIBOLUTELY THE GRI*ATEST EVENT IN AUSTRALIA, *

THE WORLD'S BIGGEST

Sp: DAYS' F>ICYCLE RACE

AND

' SPORTS CARNIVAL.

PRIZE MONEY, £1650. PROMOTER: J. D. WILLIAMS.

SPECIAL CHAMPIONSHIP SPRINT AND NOVELTY BICYCLE RACES,

ALL THE CHAMPIONS COMPETING. ^ GREAT PEDESTRLAN HANDICAPS.

The Sensation of Sc-í-üons, direct from America and the Continent,

"THE GLOBE THE "DARE-DEVIL EJIr

GREATES"

OP ACTS

GREATEST « PATRICE"

ON IK TBE

DEATH." EARTH.' "RIDE FOR LIFE."

TO BE PRESENTED EVERJC. AFTERNOON AND EVENING.

PROFESSIONAL MUSICIANS' BAND AFTERNOON AND EVENING.

~ SPECIAL TRAM SERVICE AT ALL HOURS.

PRICES FOR THE MASSES: aENERAL ADMISSION, 1/: GR\NDSTAND, S/6; C-HLDREX HA*-1

PRICE TO ALL PARTS.

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT.

FREE. FREE.

GRAND SACRED CON CERT NEW XEAR'S EVE.

IN FRONT OF THE SYDNEY CRICKET GROUN D FROM S TO MIDNIGHT, BY THE SYDNEY M»

FESSIONAL MUSICIANS' BAND.

, . SO PERFORMERS. 80

SPECIAL TRAM SERVICE TO AND FROM THE G ROUNDS.

C. POST-MASON, Bnslnesi Marneat- _

AUSTRALIAN TROTTING CLUB RACES,

ON VICTORIA PARK RACECOURSE.

TO-DAY.

£100 PLYING MIL E HANDICAP £100

THE CHAMPIONS COMPET-NG.

ON AUSTRALASIA'S PI NEST TROTTING TRACK.

LARGE FIELDS. NO DIV ISIONS. FIRST RACE, i»

SPECIAL TR\MS DIRECT TO RACECOURSE OWES.

ONE PENNY FARE FROM CENTRAL RAILWAY STATION.

SO and a* Imperial Arcade. 'Phone 551 CcntraL H. COBCROFT, Secretary A T.C.

FAMILY BATHING, at

ROSE BAY CRYSTAL BATHS.

DAILY BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 9.30 A.M. AND 9.30 P.M  

SUNDAYS EXCEPTED.

LADIES' BATH RESERVED FOR LADIES.    

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