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FARMER'S LUNCHEON HALL.  

"AT DINNER TIME _ I PRAY YOU HAVE IN MIND WHERE WE

MUST MEET."-"Merchant of Venice."

SPECIAL THEATRE DINNER, THIS AND EVERY FRIDAY EVENING,

FROM 6.30 TO 8.30. TABLE d'HOTE. 4/6.

MENU AS FOLLOWS:

HORS D'OEUVRE, EGGS ORIENTAL.

OYSTERS NATURAL.   CONSOMME PAYSANNE.

CREAM RIVOLY.

FILLETS OF WHITING A LA NORMANDE,

SALMI OF TEAL.

NOISETTES OF LAMB PRINTAINIERE.

ROAST TURKEY.  

SALAD FRANÇAISE.

PEACH MELBA.

PINEAPPLE ICE.

COFFEE.

SPECIAL TABLES for any number of guests can be reserved up to 6 p.m. Friday evening by telephoning to the .Manager of the Restaurant. 'Phone Numbers-Central 72, 279, 2659, City

65 and 66.

TUB LUNCHEON HALL is spacious, well ventilated, cool, and restful, and opens out on the balcony, where gentlemen mav smoke; in addition, the comfortable and luxurious smoking-room will be open for worshippers at the shrine of "My Lady Nicotine." Best brands of Tobacco, Cigars, and Cigarettes may be purchased.  

WILL PATRONS PLEASE NOTE:

TABLE d'HOTE ONLY.

THIS EVENING, 6.30 TO 8.30.

PRICE 4/6.

Entrance-Central Pitt-street Doors.

Elevator on the Left.

TO THE LUNCHEON HALL.

The wonderful Mechanical Musical Instru- ment, the Phonoliszt-Violina, will play selec- tions during the evening. Entrance to the Luncheon Hall will be from the Elevators, Central Pitt-street entrance.

LADIES LONG- KID GLOVES.

NOVELTIES AT FARMER'S.

The modish toilette must be finished with the long Kid Glove-a most effective and channinft acce-sory indeed.

Farmer'H Lone Kid Glotcs arc of the very finest quality, from tho best makers.

Following we quote prices in

. THE NEW LIME SHADES:

These new lime rbaded »cloves aro tho very laU'St, liavmp; fancy embroidered pointa and backs, self and white, and self points; aWo three dainty pearl button*.

12-Butt.on Lcnpfh. Price 32/(1 per pair.'

16-Button Length. Price 11/6 per pair.

ANOTHER NOVELTÏ,

-PAINTED SUEDE GLOVE&

simple English daisy.

12-Button Lenrtb. 8/11 pair.

LADIES' GLOVE SECTION.

CENTRAL. riTT.STREET SHOP.

EMBROIDERED FLOUNCTNGS,

AT HALF USUAL PRICES. A SPECIAL PURCHASE.

AT FARMER'S.

FARMER'S PAT CARRIAGE

FARMER'S, SYDNEY.

.Phones: Central 72, 279, 2659, City 65 and 66.

rARGE-FLO"WT3BED

CETTITSANTHEMUMS.

The following first-class varieties of Large flow rred or »bow Chrjsantbemums will provide a coed range of colour and effective displaj.

M>RV YASOV. Rosv Red

BF ATTIE, Blnsh While, Inaimfl Petals. CLARA WVLLS, Rich Cream Lange. O Vi' COOK, Terra Cotta Salmon

OANNELL'S 1ELL0W, Good 1 lower. HILDA Rosv Lilac

M A JUME CARNOT Pure White

IKE.NL KERSLAKE. Palo Yellow, passing to White LORP LUDLOW, Golden Amber.

Mis EDWIN CURRIE, Handsome Pink. PURPLE LMPEROR, Rich Turple. SÏRLS'GA, Lilac, very large.

Any ox from above. 4/6, post free, 5/3

ANDERSON and CO., Ltd.,

Seedsmen, etc, 399 Geo st, Sydney.^

£<EAHLS' CHARMING- ASTERS.

NOW IS THE BEST TIME for planting out Asters, which will produce a profusion of bloom in the early Autumn. We have a very fine btock of vigorous plants now ready, and in perfect condition for transplanting Do not fail to send us jour order at once

LARGE BRANCHING TASMANIAN ASTERS,

in Choice Mixture,

8d per doz., lOd post free;

4/ per 10O, 4/9 per 100 post free. Also in Separate Colours,

RED, WHirB. PINK.

PURPLE, and HELIOTROPE,

1/ pe- doz., 1/2 post free

SLARLS' Seeds, Plants, Tlowers,

_ m MNG-STRELT, SYDNEY

0N

EVERT

DhSK IN THE CTTY,

WHEREVER THEY'RE USED,

PENFOLD'S

ACCOUNT BOOKS

WILL BE FOUND

GIVIVG UNQUALIFIED SA riSl ACTION SOME PRICES TO

GUIDE YOU.

Bound Half Red. Bonnd Half Rongn, 170 Pagen, 4/6, 170 Pages, 5/0 270 Page», 6/6 270 Pages, 6/6 "!fl0 Pages, 6/C f60 Pages, 7/6 550 Pages, 8/ MO Pages, 0/0

Bound Full Calf

Best Hand-made Paper.

170 Pages, 14/0 270 Pages, 16/6. 360 Pages, IS/ 550 Pages, 21/.

W C PFNFOLD and CO ,

STATIOVERS and PRINTERS,

1S3 PITT STREET, SIDNEY

Estd 1?30_ 'Phones 873 and 3422

ALL IN NEED OF CORRECTLY-FITTED

SPECTACLE^ SHOULD CONSUIT

H. A. BAItKACLOUGH, LTD.,

ornciws,

SSo ClORGt bl REFT, SIDNEY,

Opposite btrand Arcade

OPTICIANS to lui licellency 1 < Governor General,

His kxcellcnrj Sir Geo Le Hunte. His kieellenc} Sir L Beaumont.

His Lxcellcnc) bir Arthur tanshave.

Right lion Sr s w t.rlflitli, lil'HO. Right Iprn Sir F Birton, K.C M.C. Right lion A Deatln

Immediate attention given to Repairs by a Skilled Staff

Lverv Wind of Patent Rimless Lveglasses and

Spectacles iHockrd to suit Customers.

Our 1 \pcrt sun" of Sight 1'uinincrs tour the Coun- try Towns of N S VV regularh as usual Wnte for dates

COINTR^ CUSTOM! RS. »Tile for our Sight Mea sure, Self Sight Testing It » 6ent POST FREE to any Client vul h illustrated price list Accurate snd popular.

SEE MURDOCH'S PANAMAS,

35/6 AND 16/6.

Two Special Lines from our big panama show- ing-cool, comfortable, smart, and sterling value .'Inest Reed, Immieulatcly Plaited, and blcaci-d an even cream} white Wide, medi- um, ind narrow brims und beautifully finiah ed with high grade bands and ltathers OTIIFR PRIC-S AitL -1' o 11/, is/

Al I. l'Osr I RI I

V\L IJiWT' lOblt INsPH-MON TODAY

MURDOCH'S LN rA RFC STREET, LTD.,

SVntiEY,

^ «'Coamlcis OuS&ttcrt for Men lad Boy«."1"

_SHTPPDTQ._

p AND O

A ROYAI MUI STEAMERS """""

FOB MARSEILLES PLYMOUTH AND LONDON

URST AND SECOND bALOON ONLV

j | l.ea\e I Leave

Steamer 1 Tons.) Com Sidney Mclb

n ander) Noon. | 3 n m |6 p n

Leave Adel

Oct lllOct. ""lOct. »? KJ Oct SO No\ 5 Nov T o No\ 13 Nov 19 Nov «1 0

30 Dec 3|Dec " MOW- 4. jil 000 Andrews .MARJORY 110 500|Lock)cr MOLDAU! 10 O00 Gordon

MONGOLU 10 000 Gaunt .. -,--,

'MANTUA, |11 O00|\lbcrt |Dec H ll>ec WlDec T

. Leaving ¡jydney on W ednesday at 4 p m taking

passengers to Melbo une C ip

NMV /t \LVND SFRVICF

_ STEAM! US TO AUCKLAND

1 eave

Steamer 1 Tons. I Commander ISjdncy

_ / I_U_E_0

MONGOLH 110 00O11 Gauit P \ R. Nov 1» MALWA 11 000IV Ihomrson I Dec 16

| 1 1913

MALOJV |1 ÜOO G li C heston R N R. 1 Jan 13 .MARMORA i0->00IS (e B Lockyer R. R. IFeb 10 MOLDVVIV I10 000I1 H Gordon Mch 10

MVCEDOMA.llQ-'OOIC D Be mett RHR |Apl_I_

T

SPEUVL RETURi TICKETS TO CEYLON AU Steamer« Fitted with Wireless Telegraphy Through bares quoted tu New lork «a Suez

For ¿ares and ali further information apply to

V GORDON WESLUE Superintendent in Australia,

_ 63 Pitt street.

HE ABERDEEN LINK

DURBAN CVPFTOWN PLYMOUTH and LONDON

CAUING AT MELBOURNE t¡-" FBrWANTLB.

MORAM \\ |45 3tois|W B lrge lyalls Oct l8 THLMISTOCLE3 11 400 tonslDouglas [Sails Nov 16

MAR VTHON ii 000 tons|P J Collins |Sails_Dec_lJl_

All Steamers fitted Viirelcss . Third class only

S VLOON F CILS- Third ela« London from £45 £16 'o.£!°,

Capetown and Duri an from £30 £13/13/ £17/17/ Special Roind Tickets for Return by Orient Line £110 (hirst cliss both wavs) £S2 (Second c1 Orient)

ROUVDTHr'WORLD TICKETS from £114/10/ SVLOOV CABINS on Upper and Bridge Decies

THIRD CUSS ACCOMMODATION of the highett standard 1 ainpblcts Timetable« etc. on application.

DALOETY and CO Ltd Agents in Australis

"XTOTTCE TO BOMMVARD PASSENGERS VIA i> AMI RICA

Reservation of Berths for tie Atlantic Voyage can

he n ado for the Magnificent Steamers of the White T

T¡>OUR LIN Lb (WLEKL1) .L SERVI«, VIV SUEZ CANAL.

WHITE ST\R AB1RDH-N BLUF FUNNEL V and _O BRVNCH SLRVICT _ Twin screw str |Ton I Captain_| bads about ?NORSEMAN 110 336IG Berry . | October U. »WAEUANV I 7 000|W B Hohnes. | October 16. 1ror Duikirk London and Hull

ll or Dunkirk Liverpool and London.

I- or 1 rclght apply to

DVLGFT) and CO Ltd loin' Gil CHRIST WATT and SANDERSON T'd Agents. ?VTORDDELTSCHER LLOYD N D L -^ IMPERIAL MAIL STEAMERS ,,"",""

TO COTOMBO SUEZ NAPLES GENOV ATGIERS,

SOUTH\MPTON ANTWERP AND BREMEV

Tons.

8F1DLITZ ROON

ZIFTEN

GNFTSFNAU

SOIURNHORST

8 0SI

C Mundt

C Wlttstein

W \ Senden Th Stoibers 8 131 IH Textor

Dec "a tJan. 22

Feb 1»

All Steamers fitted with Wireless Installation All Steamers fitted with laundry

Reduced Bates I £66 II £38 10s HL £15 to £10

Return I £90 II £57 Us in £?>- to £1» 4s. REDUCED FUIES THROUGH IO NEW YORK SPFCIAI RFTURV TICKETS TO COI OMBO

Return Tickets available for return via Cape of Good Hope per Holt s Blue Funnel Line

rpo

MANILA CHINA AND JAPAN,

VIA NFW GUINEA

PRIV2 SIGISMUND I 1300 PRINZ WALDEMAR 3 300 COBLEN7 3 300

No l8 Dec 14

Through Fare to London via China and America

LOHMANN and CO

General Agents

7 Bridge street

'Phone Freight Pep» CitT 4215 Pamge^ 4"H

j^JESbAGLRIES MARITIMES

Oct 28 No -

!. Ulf S TO MARSEILLES Single £ts to £ S "/

TO IONDON via PARIS £18 to £8"/IO/ including

TABLE WINES

Irterstatc Return Tickets First and Second-clan«, nterchangcablc with P and O Orient and N D L Companies.

H DI POSSEL

57 Pitt s reeL Ccneral Manager for Austral a.

T

HE WORLDS 1EVDING TOURIST AGFNTS ARE

THOMAS COOK AND SON

Their Sydney Office is in CHALI IS HOUSE where n I APLRIENCED STUF is reidy at any time to ?ne gratuitous iniom ation regarding

TRAMO, TO 4VY PART Ot THF WORLD

Let us quo e a rnp for you Our Illustrated Travelers Giattt. lost I-ree

rpELE BLUL TUNNEL LINE X All RID HOIT AVD CO

The rast T« in screw Steamers,

Carmng First Saloon Passengers Only

TO LONDON \U¡ DURBAN and CAPETOWN

Steamer_| lons. |Commander I No

VENEA.S 10 000 IBirber

VSC VNIUS 10 000 Bartlett

ANCIHSES_I 10 000 |W arrall

Dec 2 Ich J

Wireless Telegraphy laundry Nurserj etc

FARES -TO LONDON r- rom £40 to £4o S ngl

anl £68 to £70/10/ Return TO DUrilVV and CAPETOWN Single Tickets £30 Return £55

AhRlCVN Return TiLketa interchangeable with Aberdeen Line Single berth Cabins .rom £t"i to £50 to London Vírica £37 Fares quoted for 1912 only

Return Tickets available for Return via Suez Canal, per NDL Steamer tares 1st class, from £88 ->nd class from £66 or via Capetown, with Aberdeen Une £ 5

For niustrated Pamphlets and otlier particulars apply

GILCHRIST WATT, and SANDERSON, Ltd.,

Agents, 7 Bent street

MELBOURNE CUP STEAMER

b& AENEAS

rpHE AUSTRALIAN UMON LINE

-*- Steam to

CALAIS OR DUNKIRK (Al OWNPRS OPTION),

HULL AND ANTWERP Tia SUE¿ CANAL

Anglo-Australasian S V Co 's Fast New Steam«

PORT LINCOLN

7243 Tons Reg. T G HUTCHISON Commander,

will be despatched from SIDNEY on or abena

OCTOB1R 15 For Rates of Freight apply to

TIBBS BRIGHT and CO, Joint

TVS1R and CO_ Agents. rnEN DA\S TO LONDON J- 1ROM SVN FRVVCTSOO

Sydney to San Francisco in 19 days. Sydney to C1 lcsgo in 22 days

Sydney to New Vork in °3 days. Sydney to London in 29 dsja.

Ma

PAGO PAGO SAMOV) AND HONOLULU

SVVFS SO00 MHfa OCIAN TRW FI Include« SOUTH SU ISI VNDS 10SFMT1E VALLEY.

ROCKY MOUNTUNS GRAND CANYON

MAG MIA FVLLS ETC _SAILIN G3_

Stea

110 OOO tons U splaccment. |

Tv, in screw l knots

Cab ns d luxe Private Taths Cla-wed 1O0 I at Lloyd s 1 ltted with Vi ire

Nor IS Jan 11 Men s

ROUND WOULD nCKFlS issue! to return by ,. ?in and Cape Liles Round I acific Tickets covrrinf ;luna Jipan menea and Islands at I o v Rate«,

lor Rates of lassage and 1 reigl t apply to

\ A SPROUL Mai a ing Agent

Oceanic Steamship Company,

Tel 22S" City _ 44 Pitt street Sydney

T>0^ VL PVCKLT S\ LOMPVNV ?LX> (K0N1NKI\K1 PVKl-TWV 1 V V rSCH VPP\ )

III GUHR MONTHI ^ SfRVlCl- IO

PVPU\ I WA WD SINCVPORL,

MV QUENSLVND I ORTS POIU MOREsBV V\D

M VCVSSVR

S S \A-N IINsCHOHN

(Commanler I Cocdl ns)

leave Sjdi j on OC Toni 11 15

CUICO now rcccned it 011 Cb. a Na gatton Co s Wharf Circular Quaj W-st u| till NOON on MON DAY, HUl inst

01

/yo

TI is Side Trip from Sourabiva occupies one wee* onlj with ni different ports of call The c\-client passenger steame \ \N Dil Ml N enables passeng rs to go on si ore to \is t those i un ero places of nts torical li terest

COST OF THIS SIDF TPIP ij 10s

STE4.M TO CALAIS OR DUNKIRK at Stesmer l

option IONDON ANTS\ FRP V D LIYERfOOL.

The fine fast t e ^ fattamcr

CLVN M VC! WAN

6000 tons li K COW II Commander

Will be lcapatrle! fron S>dre> on

or ron in i

Taki g Wo 1 Cencral «ti I 111 1 TIC! RVTED Cargo it lo e t c rre t rüt s Cirho re TI Ld at Bro%n i \\ 1 art W noll o ooloo

1 or Rat s of Irf g11 appl to

THE McVUTUUR SHIPPING and VCFNCY CO Ltd.

15 Macquarie place

Tri nsw lbli Cintra!, VUuU HI-Cntt%ir JM4 RiUiia «i«*ts

ORIENT LINE

OF ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS,

For Plymouth and London, via Naples and Toulon.

Calling at Fremantle (W.A.), Colombo,

Transhipping to all Indian Ports and Egyptian Porta.

, , i L-*ve 1 Leave ' Leave R.M.S. I Reed. I Com- ISydncy, l Melb., Adel..

_lions. I mander; Noon. I 3 p.m. I 1 V-m tOMKAH.( 8,!30|Layton...-Oct. 12 lOet. 16 )<'ct. l8 ORVIETO....|I2,130IBaynham. Get. 23 ."»<? *> v"" 1 OTWAY.12,077 Symons.. Nov. 9

OTRANTO... |12,12l(jenks_ Nov. 23 OSTERLEY .|l2,129|Suuntou. Dec 7

.ORAMA.US.OOOiCoad. Dec. 21 ORONTES ..I D,023)Cox.Jan. 4 ORSOVA.|12,036|Healey... L'an IS CMRAU.¡ 8,î3uïLayton...iFeb. 1

xORVIETO.. ]:2,130 Shelford.. Feb. 12 xOTWAY.|12,077¡Symcna.. Feb. 26 xOTRANTO.. !l2,124|Jenks....'lMar. 12 xOSTERLEY.|l2,129|Parsons.. IMar. 26

.ORAMA.. ? ? '13.0Q0lCoad.I April 9

Nov. 27 Dec 11 Dec -25 Jan. 8

Jan. 21 Feb. 5

Feb. 19 Mar. 5

Mar. 19

April 2 \prí\ 16

Nov. 1 Nor. 15 Nov. 29 Dec. « Dec 27 Jan. 10

24 Feb. 7

Feb. 21 Mar. 7

Mar. 21 ,*priU April la

All Twin-screw Strs. . Triple Screw. Wireleas Telegrapny

x Calling at Hobart. t Sails from E. and A. Wharf, Circular Quay.

PLEASURE TRIPS TO BRISBANE,

I Leave i Arrive : Leave I Arrive Steamer. |gydney, 3 p.m. [Brisbane. ¡Brisbane. ¡Sydney. ADinpm I ri.t ?,., lOct. 14 lOct. 16 lOct. IS

| Oct. 28 I Oct. SO | Nov.l Ordinary First-class Rail Return Tickets from Brisbane

are available for return by these Steamers.

FOR THIRD-CLASS PASSENGERS,

Special Accommodation in New 12,000-ton Steamer«.

SPACIOUS PROMENADE DECES, SMOKEROOMS,

LADIES' MUSIC ROOMS.

Many Two-beitu and Four-berth Cabins situated on

UPPER and MAIN DECKS.

Well-ventilated DINING SALOON on MAIN DECK.

SINGLE: £17, £19, £21; RETURN, £30, £34, £37. Write for Illustrated Circular, giving full particular».

DAVID ANDERSON,

12 Martin-place._General Manager in Australia.

rpHE VANCOUVER UOÛTB.

CANADIAN-AUSTRALIAN R.M. LINE.

In Conjunction with Canadian-Pacific Railway.

THE ALL-RED ROUTE TO ENGLAND.

Through the Wonderland of North America, Canadian

Rockies, Yellowstone Park, Niagara, etc.

Round Pacific Tours, returning from San Francisco, via

Tahiti. Rarotonga, and Wellington, or the Orient

Leave *

Sydney, I From

Noon. j Auckland.

MARURA.I Oct. 21 I Oct. 25 Nov. 12 ZEALANDIA . Nov. l8 Nov. 22 Dec 10 MARAMA. Dec. 13 Dec 20 Jan.

1913.

MAKURA.| Jan. 13 I Jan. 17 Feb.

All Steamers -Fitted .with Wirelsss Telegraphy.

ILLUSTRATED PAMPHLETS FREE ON A-'PLICATION.

UNION S.S CO. OF N.Z.,

_Managing Agents, 250 Ceorgc-strcct.

fJNION LINE.

NEW ZEALAND.

Luggage only received on day of sailing. For AUCKLAND 1

(Transhipping to > MAHENO, WEDNESDAY, Oct. Southern Ports). ) 16, Noon, and Oct. 30. For AUCKLAND, R.M.S. MAKURA, Oct. 21.

For WELLINGTON, R.M.S. TAHITI, NOV. 2, 3 p.m. For WELLINGTON. 1

LYTTELTON, MOER A KI, SAT., Oct. 12, 6 p.m. DUNEDEN'. BLUFF. > MAITAI. SAT., Oct. 19.

thence Melbourne, MAUNGANUI, SAT., Oct. 26.

via Hobart. J MANUKA, SATURDAY, Nov. 2.

From MELBOURNE, via HOBART. BLUFF, DUNEDIN,

LYTTELTON, and WELLINGTON, to SYDNEY. Every WEDNESDAY. 2 p.m.

All the above Steamers fitted with Wireless.

TASMANIA

(No Cargo received on Sailing Day.*)

To nOBAUT.-PALOONA, SATURDAY. Oct. 12. 11 a. in. From HOBART.-PALOONA,. FRIDAY, Ort. IS.

To LAUNCESTON, via EDEN.-WAKATIPU, TUES-

DAY. October 22. 10 a.m.

STRAHAN, DEVONPORT, BITtNTE.-KANNA (cargo only). MONDAY, October li, S p.m. From MELBOURNE to

LAUNCESTON.-LOONGANA, EVERY MONDAY,

WEDNESDAY, and FRIDAY.

BURNIE, DEVONPORT.-OONAH, EVERY TUES-

DAY and FRIDAY, 1 p.m.

STRAHAN.-WAINUI, October 12.

SOUTH SEA ISLAND SERVICES

(EVERY 28 DAYS). SYDNEY to

LAUTOKA. SUVA, LEVUKA. APIA, VAVAU,

HAAPAI. NUKUALOFA, thence AUCKLAND. T.S.5. TOFUA, TUESDAY, November ö, T.S.S. AT11A. TUESDAY. December 3. RAROTONGA and PAPEETE

R.M.S. TAHITI, NOV. 2, 3 p.m.

T.S.S. ATIIA, November

T.S.S. TOFUA, December 3.

FIJI (direct).-T.S.S. NAVUA, October 23. RAROTONGA, RAIATEA, and PAPEETE

TALUNE, October 22 (Maheno, from Sydney, Octo-

ber 16, connects).

All the above Steamers fitted with Wireless.

CANADA-AMERICA, LONDON-EUROPE, via VAN.

COUVER or SAN FRANCISCO.

Sec Special Advertisement.

Gangway passes for passengers' friends issued to pas

ücngers only.

Timetables, Leaflets, full particulars,

UNION S.S CO. OF N.Z., 259 Ccorce-strcet.

A~ ÜSTRALÍAN ORIENTAL .. LINE'.

SAILING FROM DALGETY'S V7HABF.

Mn.LER'S POINT.

MANILA, CHINA, AND JATAN,

ria.

EAMBOANGA, PORT DARWIN, THURSDAY ISLAND.

AND QUEENSLAND,

Steamer. J Tons. ) Commander., TAIYUAN.I 2*50 W. H. Brow

GUTHRIE. 2300 F. C. Gambrill.. CHAXGSHA.I 2300 |C. Priest ?

NOV. 1. NOV. _ DEC. 13

Saloon amidships. All large, cool, two-berth cabins, fitted with electric fan». Surgeon carried.

For full particulars apply to

G. S. YUILL and CO., Ltd.,

_6 Brldge-etrcct. rp O

FRANCISCO.

Via WELLINGTON (N.Z.),

RAROTONGA. and

PAPEETE (Tahiti). R.M.S. TAHITI,

the Largest Steamer Trading between AUSTRALIA AND SAN FRANCISCO,

SAILS

NOVEMBER 2nd.

Specially Built for Tropical Weather.

Spacious Tiamcnade Decks.

Cabins de Luxe, etc

Following Sailings,

November 30, December 2S, January 25.

nius-tratcd Pamphlets Furnished Free on application.

B'

GCKNALL STEAMSHIP LINES, LIMITED.

BRITISH AND COLONIAL LINE. FOR JANUAKY WOOL SALES.

FOR DUNKIRK OR CALAIS (at Steamer's option).

HULL. LONDON, and ANTWERP.

THE HANDY FAST STEAMER

BARALONG,

4192 Tons, Captain U. SWINNEY,

will be docked and cleaned at Sydney to ensure a fast passage, and will be despatched on or about

lßth October.

For freight apply to

W. G. DEUCHAR,

Agent for BucknaU Steamship Lines, Ltd.,

12 and li Loftus-street Tel,. 311 City

AND O. BRANCH SERVICE.

Steamer. 1 Tons. I Commander, j Sails, noon.

WAKOOL.| 5,000|Hauiiltou-Uall.|N'ov. 2, via Suet

Canal.

BALLARAT.. |ll,000|Hanson. Nov. 0. Twin-screw WILCANNIA. I 5,0001_|N'ov. 10._

Wireless Telegraphy. Carrying One Class Only. FARE.-London. £10, £18, £20.

DURBAN and CAPETOWN.-13, 15, am. 17 Cuineas. Return and :itop-over Tickets interchan; ible with le Aberdeen Line Steamers.

Round Tickets issued at "pecial Rates for Return per P. and O. Mail Steamers, via Suez Canal.

GILCHRIST, WATT, and SANDERSON, Ltd., _ _ __Agents, 7 Bent-street.

ELLERMAN, BUCKNALL, JOINT SERVICE.

To Delagoa Bay, Durban, East London, Algoa Bay,

Capetown, and all South Afriean Ports.

Steamer._. ITons|Sliling.

xS.S. CROXTETH HALL .I 3091|0ctobcr 15

S,S BEC1IITANA .I 4143| November 5 x Calls at~.Mossel Bay. ~ With liberty to call at Western Australia. Excellent accommodation for live stock.

WILLIAM CROSBY and CO., 45 York-street. Tel., 13S2 Central._?

ILWRAITH, M'EACHARN LINE. M

i The New Twin-screw Steamer

KAROOLA, 7391 TONS.

FOR MELBOURNE, ADELAIDE. ALBANY. AND

FREMANTLE

(Transhipping for all S.A. Gulf forts, Perth, Bunbury.

and N.W. Ports),

SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 2nd. at 3 p.m.

From the Company's New Wharf. No. 4 Darling

Harbour (Miller's Point).

Fitted With Wireless Telegraphy.

Luxuriously appointed Saloons and Stateroom*.

Private Suites de Luxe. Gymnasiums.

SPACIOUS PROMENADE DECKS.

UNEQUALLED ACCOMMODATION FOR FIRST, SECOND, AND THIRD CLASS PASSENGERS.

NOTE.-Saloon Tickets are interchangeable after irst port of call with other Interstate Companies. Condi- tions ascertain.il.Ie on application.

MCILWRAITH. M'EACHARN. and CO. PROPRIETARY.

LIMITED.

61 Pitt-Hreet.

TeL, «71 City. Wharf Telephone, 4ÎSS City. Or at J?ompany'i Office._W»tt-ftreet. ^Newcastle.

VfOTOR Launrfc Regal, Mr. rif pawnçsr'i. plann, rtrr, "Vlltc'i tti B«f«M'»A>iMb<)d, I«4, 1» Hat*

A

JJURNS PHILP

Ii you meditate seeing EUROPE or a. visit to THE OLD LAND

Call on or write to our TOURIST DEPARTMENT

USN CO, MD,

ROYAL MAIL COASTAL SFRVICE

THE POPULAR PASSENGER LINE

FROM THE LIME STREET WHARVES

..-h-VNOWNA TOMORROW I SVTURDVY Noon Oct li

FOR ARVMVO. TUESDAY 1 P m

J October In

-vm ROTTR-NT) 1LTVUKV (New Steamer, 60OO MELBOUK-M--, Wireless Telegraphy) WED

I NLSDAY Opm, October 16

MEIJÎOURNE, ADELAIDE

Transliipping to

Port Pine

ALBAN} ,

Transhipping to Hopetoun anl

1 sperance.

I RLMANTLE,

Transhipping to

Perth

Cerildton,

**. KANOWNA (Wireless Telegraphy)

TOMORROW SATURDAY,

Noon October 12

"000 Tons Twin screw

DICK CABINS

Carrying [)nt and Second Saloon and Steerage Passen

gcrs

".No cargo received for S S KANOWNA after 10

a-m. TOMORROW (SATURDVY)

"MVLLIN\ (cargo only) TO

MORROW S MURD W Noon October 12

WYRI EMA (Twin screw 6500

tons) TUESDAY 7 p m , Oc tober "15

TVBO (Cargo only) SATUR DAY Noon October 10 BRISB VNE

.M VRY BOROUGH, "BUNDVBl RC .OI VDSTON1

ROCKHAMPTON, TOW VS\ II IE

(Tetty and Town Whan cs)

RT! TSR \WT¡ 1 WYTíFEMA (Twin-ïcrcw 6500

ROCinUMPTON }"-> TSDAY, 7 p nu. 0=

MACKVY tober 15

BOWEN

TOWNSVniE

deity ind Town

Winn es1

«.IITCINDV »"INMSFVn

.«.MOURHil VN, ...CARDWELL, CAIRNS

...COOKTOWN»

MARRA (7000 Tons, Wireless

Telegraphy carrying Fust and Second Class and Steerage Pas sengers)

PORT "DOUGHS TUESDAY, 7 pm, NOV o

THURSDAY V M VI I IN V (Cargo onlj ) TO

1ST AND I MORROW SATURDVV Noon, NORMANTON i October 12.

BURKETOWN ' (Transhipping1 at Brisbane)

ÍLEVUK V (New Steamer) 6fOO

tons W ireless Telcgrapny) WEDNESDAY, 11 p m. Oc _ tober 23

.TRVNSHIPPLNG AT BRISBANE. _ .TITROUGH rFRil01- T0 ROOKH VMPTON TRANSIHPPING AT BlslSB VN1 FOR TOWNSVnLE

."TRANSHIPPING AT BRISB VNE A>D TOWN'S

VILLE

LOWEST CURRENT FVRFS VND FREICHTS

After first port Saloon Tickets «re interchangeable with all Interstate Companies under certain cordi tions to- be ascertained at

BURNS PHILP and CO, LTD agents

Ask- for Pamphlet F 11 Bridge street

pAPUA, JAVA, SINGAPORE -1- (Under Contract with the Government of NSW)

TO QUE1NSLVND POI TS DARWIN SOUR VB VY V,

faAMVRANC BVTVMV SINCVPOR1,

CVLL1NG AT PORT MORESBY

Steamer_|_Commander_I_SJII_ MONTORO II T Wilson (Oct. II MATVRVM |S Mortimer OB (NOT 10 MONTORO IJ f Wll>on |Dec "1

Smooth Water Interesting Ports of Call

MVCNIFICFNT SCFVFRY

When a sufficient number of passengers desire it fhe Steamer will remain at Cairns long enough to enable a tnn to Barron I ills In h* mi le

RFTURN TICKETS TNTLHCH VNOF VBLE WITH TH1 ROY Al PACKt-1 S \ CO

NEW HOLTE TO FUROPr VIV TAY A AND SINGVPORF BURNS Pilli I» and LO LTD

Ask for Pamphlet T 11 Bridge street

-\JIPPON YUSEN KAISHA

^- (Tile Japan Mill Steamship Co),

A SPLENDIDLY 1QUIPPFD SFRMCE of Fast and

Comfortable Steamers calling at

Queensland Ports MANILA and HONGKONG, with

Connectons to nil Eastern Centres. Steamers leave Sidney ga under -

Steamer_lions I Commander | Noon

KUM4.NO MARU 15 O10IM. WracUer lOct 30

Y VI *TA MARU ]4 OOOlT Sekln» Nov 27 NIKKO MVRU_|0 000|M Y agi_ |Dc »4

Special Side Trips can be arranged at HONGKONG, affording »be Tourist an opportunity of seeing the B-AUTU UL SCFNTRY of the WES" RIVER.

TAP \ V,

U Till LAND OF A THOUSAND WONDERS J*amous Old Temples, Ficellent Railways, Splendi 1 Motoring Beautiful Howers, II e Most 1 amous Gardens Crand Scei erv

111 the World Silendid Hotels

Interesting People

THROUGH TICKETS issued to HJROPI- AMERICA, on i in conncctu-i with ROUND-niE-WORLD BOOK INGS lor fullei pirticulars apply to

HI UNS Pilli P and COMPANY Limited

Ask for I amphlct P Managing Agents.

BRK

R1TISH INDIA LINE SS. TORILLA ÍROM C« CUTTA, VIA PORTS

CONSIGNEES are requested to PASS ENTRIES at

once for No f PYRMONT

The Ship will not le resjonsiblc for any loss of ". damage to C irgo after same boa been landed an 1 any Carto lmpcdli g discharge will be «Hired and stored at Consignees risk and expense

BU LS OF LADING must be produced duly endorsed freight paid ind delivery orders obtained from the undersigned before nnv cargo can be delivered

BURNS rillLP and CO Lti

11 Bridge street

-DUBNS PniLP LINE -*-* (Under Commonwealth Mail Contract)

inOM

FEDERAL W11 Uti-. FOR Y

PORT MORESBY S S MATUNGA. YTJLI- ISI VNT) I on FRIDAY. SAJIVRU f I8U1 OCTOBl-R

and AT NOON WOODLVRK ISI AND J

cviico mrtmn MONDAY NI \T i4tii THIS DAY 15th and Wl-DNFSDAY lflth OCTOBER OVLY

Space for special and deck cargo such as Boat«, Timber Live Stock Benzine, etc. must be reserved in advance at and shipping order obtained from

BURNS, PHILP, and CO Ltd

11 Bridge-street.

RISBANE- CHAS. O REILLÏ (est. 1S06) Customs I- onvarding Carrier and General Agent Felix st

LIE ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP CO,

LIMITED

EYFRESS TINT 01 PASSENrFR STEAMERS

FROM GRATTON WHAR1

f _ GRANTALA

FOR _ (Wireless Telegraphy)

MELBOURNE,! "nVluV atTpW °CT°

I INNAMINCKA OCTOBER ISth

C WARIIDV (713 Tons)

FOR Vcu Twin screw Steamer

MFIBOURVF Fittel Wireless Telegraphy ADI-LVIDE - SVTURDAY OCTOBHl j)

ALBVNY (Carrying 1st, 2n I and Steerage HILMANTLF Passengers Steerage Accom

modition for Men onlj )

Aboie Steamer takes Cargo for transhipment at Adelaide to Port Pirie and all Culf Ports and at Fremai tie for Perth Geraldton, and All North-west

Ports

I OR C WOLIOWRV

BRISBANE, TOMORROW SATURDAY Oe MACKVY iob" Io at 12 noon IOWNSMLLF J

CVIRNS ] GRANTArA (Wireless Tele

( I ranstepi Ing to Bra|h>) OCTOBER 10 other Queens

land ports) t BURRUMBEET! October 26

lirst anl Second Saloon Tickets arc interchange able after first port of c ill with other interstate com pames subject to conditions a^ccrtainablo at the Corni any s Office

Full Return Portions of Ordinary hirst class Rail Tickets between Adelaide Si 1 e} Melbourne Sidnci are available by above Steamers

G s YUILL and CO Ltd Agents

6 Dndgestreet

TTUDDUi- PARKER ~ TINE" ?*-*. Steamers Sail from Margaret street Wharf

TO DOMINION Or NEW Zl VI VND

.VICTORIA, for Auckland Noon WED Oct "3 .WIMMERA for Aucl lml Noon W11) No1 6

.UL1MVROV for Wellington noon SAT Nov 0

.ULIMAROA le ives Melboun e i a Hobart and Bluff

OL WEDNESDAY Ocloler J '

TO TVsMAMA

.WfsTRUIV for Holart I rect u am SVTLRDVY

O tober 10 Iror li bart O t 11 05

IOONC1ANA leave Melin me for Launciaton Monday

W lne dij and 1 rida

To MI I ROI I NI I lil M ANTI! anl CfRAIDTON MOORABOOL (taro Oi 1 ) llicrj^v Octeber lo

I »

TO VICTORIA Sit 1H AND WI.ST AtSTPVLIA

lllMRINV for M1LI10UIIN1 API 1 AIDl AIBAVY

1ULMVNIU SAILIIDM O toi er It noon

. I tt I 1 V r le s lil Tai li

C a ml 1 I is t r lui e Ile iii ti rr com NI f b IJ 1 t o li sa U lull u ajpli

I a 1 1 I A « /«] I T " ts re 1 t r I »e abl ti I I me a d il e 1 I 11 r tl'rn pnrllo :, of nsrv 1 r t ela. s Itali li c s hotwer-n Al Incur 1 Add d and s^jne-j ire a ^À ]c ,or lnttrrate Steamer

UUDÛART PARhVR LIMrTLD

Ml a$£E«-*t£KS XVfi> "^^^-t1^

MELBOURNE, ADELAIDE, ALBANY,

FRFMANTLE

(Perth),

(Bunbury), (Geraldton)

UTBLBOURNE STEAMSHIP CO. LTD, JH. REGULAR SERVICE.

(Circumstance. P«"»"«^*^ ., F°r ". OCTOBLR 21st (MONDAY),

6 pm

Followed by

Fast Ne» S.S "PlB°°^ *.

NO\LMBLR 5Ul (TLLsDAl).

3 p m

Refrigerator space Avalóle.

1st Saloon Third c1»«.

Single Return Single.

Fares Melbourne \delaide

Fremantle

For

EDEN,

MELBOURNE

5 0

Faro Eden

Melbourne

t"ó""T"o £H * 3 «110 ~3 l8 9 5 IS « x » 0 " 9 9 0 14 3 6

.SS SMINFY,

TUURSDAl NEXT OCT 1 Hi OCTOBER 81 and NOVEMBER 14

1st Saloon 2nd Saloon. Smele Return Single.

44S £5 3 0 £l 13 Î

'"crying First and Second Saloon Passengers onl)

a Fitted with Wireless Telegraph

excellent Passenger Accommodation in both classe

tarcombe? a'f^ ° Ä t J« 'parti

MELBOURNE S'lLAMSHIP CO, L-L-f,

CITY orncLS Corner bing and J ort. !»«"

^anes^o^arj^t_ni_^ej^6catyo7n

O0t"" EDbN-MTLBOl RNE-TASMAMA

The Popular S S SAD-NEA (3W0 tons, Sall.

TnURSDM. NLA.T OC1 I th 5 p ni lortnightly

thereafter

Round Trip occupies 10 dajs Steamer calling; it Eden en route to Melbourne and returning via Stan

%OUNlf FA^TÄ aS"1oondCn£5/10/ 2nd Saloon.

«/15/ MirBArsT^SjiiP CO Ltd

Cor King and \ortltreets.

-~LINE

H

OWARD SMUH

OF FAST PASSFNGER STFAMERS, FROM KING STREIT WHARVES

(Circumstances Permitcing)

' r nCiCWt À MV irelpss

FOR

MELBOURNE

(Transhipping at Melbourne for Geelong)

tances renimuuKj . .

COOMA (Wireless Telegraphy),

12 noon TO MORROW Oct li Also on NOA 2 Cup Trip.

FFRFGRrNl 12 noon, SATUR

DA'l October 19

BOMBAI A (Wireless Tr-le

crrpliy) 12 noon, SATUR

D Al Oct '6

RIVERINA 5000 ton« (wirele»

telegraphy) carrying 1st, 2nd and 3rd Class Passenger« 12 noon, SATURDAY, November

MELBOURNE

PORT ADELAIDE, ALBANY

FREMANTLE ». .» , . (Transhipping for Perth Geraldton and all W A. Ports-J

BRISBANE

MARI BOROUGH, BUND ABFRG, GLADSTONF

ROCKHAMPTON

(Wharf)

TYRIAV (Passengers and Cargo,

Brisbane only) 5pm, TULS DA1 NEXT, Oct 15

BUNINYONG (Cargo only) 5

p ni , TUESDAY MAT, Oct

lo

BRISB VNE,

MARYBOROUGH, ROCKHAMPTON

(Port Alma), MAChAI

TOWNSVILLE, CAIRNS

and North Queensland

Ports

BOMBALA (Wireless Tele

graphy) 3 p in TOMORROW,

SAT Oct 12

COOMA (Wireless Telegraphy),

3pm SATURDAY, Oct 19

FIRtCRINl J pm, SAT,

October 20

Passenger« are conveyed by Rail from Port Alma to i-uru, - Rockhampton and vice versa The New Steamer Fumeralla (Passengers and Cargo) leaves Brisbane Fvery Tuesday for Maryborough and

Rockhampton Wharves

PASSENGFR TICKF-eg INTERCHANGEABLE WITH OTHFR INTERSTATE S S COMPANIES FULL PAR TICUI ARS ON APPLICATION Full portion of ord! nary First class Return Rail Tickets between Adelaide S>dncy Melbourne-Sydney, are available by above

steamers

BOOKING OrFICEl FQUITABLE BUILDING ISO

GEORGE-STREFT NEAR G P O

WHARVES FOOT OF KING STRFFT fFLSCTRIC TRAMS) Telephone Nos Office rOfi 1_07, Central 5SÎ City Wharre< 1"08 Central 6051 City _

fTUiu \ORin rovbr -"- sn AM NWICvTION lOMrWl limited.

I rom the Coi ípai v 3 Wharf Sussex street

B rs and Weither Permitting

Cargo will not le received within two hours

of Steiner« hailing

BYRON RAI via NLW C ASTLL -OR ABA, TO MOR

ROU 10 a III

COUS HARBOUR (Pass only)-ORARA, TO-MOR

ROW 10 a m

RICHMOND RIVER-CITY Ot GRAFTON TO MOR

ROW Noon Cargo onlj BRL~NDAH, TO MOR-

ROW 3 p in

CLARFVI ItlM-R.-MOGI1 TO MORROW 0 p m M ACL! A\ KI\ Ht - MJLGUBAR Tt EM) V» 6 pm. M ANNING RIM-R - lHIVMHn MONDAY (pm BHIINCFtt Hit FR-TAMBAR MONDA!, 5 p ni. NAMBUCCA KIMI -Ni RON I, Tjirll

I ROM DRlin SriiLll

COU S mPBOUR and WOOLGOOIG A.-NOORE

BA1! lui SDAA Op m

HM I D RIV EH- COOIIBAR TOMORROW 9 pm

Passengers Odicc an I Toon t B ire iu (ii Ceorge-st

The New L»uc of GUIDI HOOK is now pubbshed.

Price Is each Posted Is Id

Tel K4 _ROBI RT v Bl I I Minniging Director

/TVHE NEWCASTLE \ND HUNTER X RIVFR ST! AMSHIP COMPAVl limited

FARES to and from NF"\ CASTLF -I irst Saloon Single 6/ Return 0/ available for two months Second

Saloon y each way

Res rve Berths in Deck Cabins, "/ extra each way

lares if paid on board Od extra for earn singlo fare Season Tickets is.ned Rates on ippllcatloti

PASSlNGHt and CARCO ST! AMI I!S Nightlv (Sun davs exe pted) IO NHU ASTI1 and MORPFTH etc

bs NLWCASTLI till Ton THIS NICHT at 11 15 Cargo received until r> Bonded (argo 4

PORT ST! Pill N S BUL AUDI I AH BOORAI, MYALL

UM S STROUD, and I LOLChSTr- R

Cargo received until I p m todij for big ment vu

Newcastle

lUANhLSBURv. nr\TR r\crjRSIO\S

FVlTtl «ATURDA1 AFTFRNOON AT 2. TSS HUNTER, 1840 Tons to COWAN BAY

2/ Return Tare 2/

Offices and Wharves 117 Sussex st 1. T THOMAS Mgr

HE

hOU'IH

rpHE ILLAWARRA AND

COAST S.N CO ITD

Bars Weather and other circumst inccs permitting

NOWRA BIBBY 7LRVIS BA\ -Í, S COOMON

DLRRY Tins DAY 2 pm.

WOLIONGONG. MAMA-S.S IDEN, TUESDAY, 5

p m

NAROOALA, WAGONGA-THIS DAY, 5 pm

ULI ADUI LA II ATI M AN S 11« NLLLICEN -S &

IDLN, THURSDAY 12 noon

MORU1A- S S IIILLMLADS SATURDAY 10 a m

BLRMAGIU TATHRA Ml RIMBLI A, EDEN -S S

MLRIMBUI A, Tins DM, 10 a m

Cargo received duly till 4pm Mondijs to Fridays ill! noon on Saturdaj s To cn ure shipment Cargo

should be delivered TWO HOURo prior to Steamers

sailing

D J M SIM Ccneral Manager

Wharves and Office 57 61 Day street foot of Market street Telephones PT and I"i0 Centra'

HAWKESBURY STFAH NAVIGATION_Cb"^LTD

Receive Cargo Daily till n p m for Hawkesbury

River a_J all brauehci S S. Lrri. ghi, Tuesdays and

fcnday«.

'Phone, City 1833.

Albion Wharf Market-street

"VT CAINo COAVTAI (OOPiltAIIAI STEAMSHIP -L> COMPANT numil

PORT MACOUARI1 HASIIMs on! WILSON RIVrRS

-SS MACQUARI1 TUKSÜA1 "pm

CI-OROF Ale. AUTHUR Secretare Balüc Wharf foot Market street- Iel 111 Citv

LANCLFY BROTHERS, ' LIMITED,

Baltic Wharf Market street Tel , «607

COUS HARBOUR and W OOLCOOI G A -HTZROY

TDLSDAA 10 p m , via NEWCASTLE

1 irst class Passenger Accommodation

TWFFD RIA EIL-DUROBY Tin» DAI 0 p m. T

AYLOR S

W HAltl

P1RMONT

CAMD1N HAVEN LAURIETON KFW COMBOYNE

aud KrNDALL -TUNCURRY THIS DAY, 7 i.m

CVPI H AW k1 lORSTHi TUNCURRY NABIAC,

KRAMBACH COOIONGOLOOh and GLOUCESTER

-TLNCURRV. MONDAY

"piCintOND RIA'ETi-S.S KIITOBRAVIvS UU3 Au DAI 0 pin TWLID I IVFR-S S FRIEND SHIP MONDAA B M CORRIGAN and CO Albion

Wharf Tel M1

H

AAVklSBURY ST! AM NA A CO, ITD Albio

Wharf receive Careo To-day for all AAbarvcs 1

.- . ;j\YVIFVt »ITTWATIR NLVP0U1

Tel 1S33 City

FAHL

IA al it

T n DICKSON Mgr

[INI

1IMITED

X S S INDRABARAn THOM LONDON

CONSIGNFW are. requested to PASS TNTRIES at once for T1SFRS AV1IAR1- a

Pile Steamer will NOT be responsible for any loss or damage to cargo after the same has been landed any t,oods impeding ducharte wall te landed

stored at Con^nees risk and expeo&e v»ithout further

it tice

Bil LS OI I ADING must le produced, duly e dorsid 1 reight laid at I 11 iiverv Orders obtained

the office of HIL undersigned before apj goods can leave

1 Wharf

TYSI R an I CO

Managn g Agents in Australia

12 14 1 oltus-strect

Captain A F HOI UNGSWORTH will NO1 le re sponsihlL for anj DI Bis contracted bj h s Crew »vtth out his written authority_ _ _ CILLERAI AN BUCKNALL JOIN! SfcRAICL

S S CltOYrLIH I ALI HtOM SOUTH AHUCA

CONSIGNEES arc reqm-sted to lisa 1N1RIES at once for No 4 AAbarf Darlim, llirbour

The ttcanier will not be respou iblt for any loss or damage to cargo aft r fame la» been linde i an 1 anv gooda impeding di c1 a se will le liidoo anu stored at consignees n.k and cv¡ cn-c vviüiout fur

tiler notice ,

Bills of lading dub endorsed mst t e presented ortlng and Stacking Chargea 1 aid and Delivery Or ders o! tamed fron the ttllri of thi fore the goods can be allowed to le

ndenagneI be

vharf

"WIIUAM CitOsUA and CO Agents

Tel 138- Celt

e rt. street

Captain CXC «ill NOT le Responsille DMITJ contrai led bv bia ere » without tai

authorltv_

"AMERICAN" AND ALS1UAJIAN

for

»ntl 11

i\.

KAtOMO IFiOM NEW lORK

On 11 half of Captain KP-A^ELY we herebv notify t! t I IN Al SLRMV Mil » held at Ne I and 4 vi Ho ool* Mf on HI1DA\, 11th OCTOIitit

1 ] at 10 J n

VII t 1 AIMs »Ml ftOINTs icVnst tie ah ve » t no I I rini re! in HTPI II ATI to ih cfl) e

li uni r-i.,1 I > j 1 on the tan e dav oth r

V.W th \ cann t re osiwd

Ml ear^o riiuinili, on the wharf after S rvcv will no bouded without further notice.

KIM «ad CO, Ud

1 Mtfipiinf alice

JjASSETTBB'S

JEWELLERY

DEPARTMENT.

LASSETTER'S THERMOMETERS.

ACCURATELY REGISTER THE TEJfPEB ATURE.

Tlley^e THE IIOTTFST POINT DORTOO THE DAY

and the COLDEST DURING THE NIGHT.

Mounted in 7APANNED TLN CASE, WOOD

SCALE, complete WITH MAGNET . Ditto, BUT WITH METAL SCALE .".... 7/8

Ditto, BUT WITH OPAL SCALE . iß Ditto, Ditto, LARGER SUE .-.-1-76

We also HAVE A LARGE RANGE OF HOUSEHOLD, BATO DAIRY, and CONFECTIONERY TUERMO

Ml TI RS

HY DROMETERS, for SPIRIT TESTING, at 4/6. - S ACCHROMFTl US, for SUGAR rtSTLNG. at 5/6.

LVC10ME1ERS, for MILK TLSTING, at 1/6 and 2/6.

It WOULD ENTEREST YOU TO SEE OUR STOCK of HELD GLASSES, B VROAIFTERS, TELESCOPES, and, in fact, ALL OUR OPTICAL STOCK

W11 HAVE THE MOST COMPLETE OPTICAL ¡DE- PARTMENT IN THE COMMONWEALTH

ARE TOUR EYES RIGHT.

Do T1IFV TIRE when you READ? Docs the print SF1-M LESS DISTINCT than BEFORE! Haie YOU TO HOLD the PAPER FURTHER AWAYf Or do you SUrrLll FROM THOSE DISTRESSING NERVOUS COMPLAINTS, such as HEADACHE, INSOMNIA, NEU- RALGIA I If so, IT MAY BE YOUR EYES THAT CAUSE the TROUBLE, and GLASSES will RELILVE IT II1 PROPERLY ADJUNSTERED OUR SIGHT TEST- ING SPECIALIST YA1LL TLSf .YOUR SIGHT, AND, IF NFCRtaSARY, PROPERLY ADM1NSTEU THE COR-

RECT GLASSLS

SPECTACLES, IN STEEL FRAMES, from 5/.

SPECTACLES, Di NICKEL FRAMES, from 7/8.

SPECTACLES, IN BEST QUALITY ROLLED GOLD

FRAMES, 12/6

SPECTACLES. Di SOLID GOLD FRAMES, SO/.

NO CHARGE FOR TESTING.

OP TO-DATfi KST1T0MENTS

OP TO DATE METHODS,

ANO AN UP-TO DATE REFRACTIONIST

DOES THE SIGHT-TESTESa Ar LASSETTER'S,

CHEAPSIDE,

\ SYDNEY.

JNDIAN-MADE WHITE

CLOTHING.

More delightful apparel for

holiday wear than this Indian Clothing is impossible to

imagine

The garments we quote are specially made for us in India-the home of tropical clothing

They are well built, and will

retain their stvle because they arc w> excellently made

Wp highli commend them for both City and Country wear.

White Dnll S B Sao Coat and Patrol 11/6 White Drill D B Sac Coat and Patrol 15/«

White Drill Trousers . 10/6 White Duck S, B Sao and Patrol Jacket 11/6

White Duck Trousers . 10/3

Piesse state waist chest, and inside leg measurements when ordering, also style and class of material required.

SEW CATALOGUE FORWARDED ON REQUEST,

PEAPDS and CO, Ltd.,

Men's Outfitters,

300-11 GEORGE-STREET. SYDNEY.

SEEPPING.

nAWKESBCRT RIA HI (all whirfs) -All Pittwater.

BROOKLYN' MAVGROAF, Colo River -S S KAI LAW VTTA, TO NH.HT, from foot Bathurst street iCargo received till 5 p ra Lou est freights 'Phon2. City 705

_L \f BRIER YHLLS, Agent

tf

AïiD 8 LINE.

On bedail of Captain PRENTICE we hereby notify that HNAL SURVEY will ho held at 1 and S. AVharl, Darling Island, on 1 RID Al, UUi OCTOBER, 1012, at

tia pin

ALL CLAIMS AND ACCOUNTS against the «hove vessel must be rendered in TMPLICAiE to the Omce of the undersigned b> 5 p in on tue samL da>, otner

se they cannot be recognised

All cargo rtmaining on the wharf after Survey will

Bonded without further noli e

MUT and CO . 1 td

_ 7 Alacquane place.

FOR SALL

THE Wtll KNOWN MOTOR LAUNCH "DAWN," 2-ft Um x 7ft (jin, carneo GO pause ngers 10-lip 4 c^c'lo 2-cjuuder engine spare prop-Her, i-wreps, lifebuois, dirt ejbndcrs (to float 10 i ci-eiigcre), tool iheat, ure ev'iguisher electne light piano etc eu

IO lib SKIN AS) TIMl VI" NICHOLS nOATSHED,

RLSHCL HI R BAY,

and

TO BE SOLD VT VUCTIOV

THIS DAY HHDAY 11th OCTOBER,

Al TW1-LAE O CLOCK NOON,

at

JAMES It I AWSOV and LITTLE'S

At C1 ION Al ART

12SW) PITT STRUT NI AU KING-STREET

_ HUMS CASH

ryiANTI 0 to Illili an Oil or St.am I Al NC|| Jiff »< long with .ahm wiflirnt nun or fuel to run I,

per week Hnm; particular,, to MOTOR I AINU!

MOTOR LAI NC1I1 S I OR Ililli A| Cod lard fl

1 mid. r Rose Bn Iel ST- lu

_I inlet, r Rose Bil Iel S72 I Ige

Man!} 1,1 , 1, A(

___MEETINGS._

J)isrnci NibsiNo ASsouArïûV

Hie ANNUAL GFNHIAI MI ITINl, mil le held in St laniL.'s Hall, I hllllp urtet, on HID AY the 1Mb October at 3 JO pin His I in lien i Iori Llicln-, ford will presidí Interees"ory ben in ii st Jan u

Church at J p in

Al itm_- ,f Ih i>oi so i li mil I in " u

il s I-m in ti 1 u. ne ii I i ill ni-c li r-solitu s )a i ai til Al I

-11 II 1 r

|>vnoNAiis, A-sonvTios ~~ --

J-li A Ml MINI, oi t" ibo will b, hill TO Ml,111, Iriday, Ot II at th. Am.Hi»ur I l"h .rn en s Ato

v^T" f.TîllÎ,'l" , 'ctíuCí- ' "sun <uiU ÍXMÍI." jj

iii. h. CLUU1, Public lav,

>R THE WEüiK-END. AVE make a TEATURC of SUPPLYLNG EVERY*. THING wanted by the WEEK-END HOLIDAY-MAKER, and offer an ASSORTMENT that is UNRIVALLED, ranging from TRAVOXLNO BAGS to TEA and an sorts of TINNED GOODS for CAMPERS, and HAM MOCKS to HATS, HOLIDAY" SHIRTS, and HOSIERY

TO DAY"S Announe-e'incnt is devoted to MEN'S SUM- MER WASHING SUITS The garments are SMARI'LY CUT from this SEASON'S MATERIALS that will W ASH WELL and WEAR YVLLL. The Urge VAUILTY of SIZES makes it nil 1.VSY matter to fit the SMALL man us well as the H1U man, and another ATUIAC TION is the ECONOMY that 13 ALWAYS ASSOCIATED

with

ANTHONY HORDERNS' FAMOUS LOW PRICES. - iMEI-TS SUJMIIER COATS.

MEN'S SICILIAN SAO COATS, our own mike. THT3 SEASON'S GOODS, cut with PLAIN Back or with VENT in Back. Either »shape, as desired.

BLACK SICILIAN SAO laOATS. Sizes, 3 to 7.. 12/6,

14/6.

FANCY SICILIAN SAO COATS. Sizes, 3 to 7. 12/3,

18/6, 14/0, 10/0.

FANCV SICILIAN SAO COATS. Sizes, H to 0L

11/6, 12/0, 16/6.

BLACK SICILIAN SAO COATS. Sizes, 4, to 7}. 13/6. STIUPED SICILIAN SVO COATS. Sizes, 4J to 7j. 11/6. MEN'S TUSSORE SILK CHESTERS. Sizes, 5J to »J.

MEN'S-BLACK SICILIAN CHESTERS. Sizes, 41 to 7J.

24/.

HEN'S BLACK SICILIAN CHESTERS. Sizes 5 to 7.

IS/6.

MEN'S WIHTE DRILL and WHITE DUCK COATS, with

Step or Patrol Collar. Sizes, 3 to 7. 4/, 6/, 6/0.

MEN'S WASHING SUITS.

WHITE DRILL SUITS, AVHITE DUCK SUITS, ORASH

SUITS (COATS AND TROUSERS). SACS, with Step or Patrol Collars. TROUSERS, side or cross pockets; also loops for belt.

WHITE DRILL SUITS. Sizes, Ü to 7. S/6, 9/6, 12/6. WHITE DUCK SUITS. Sizes 3 to 7. 0/6, 14/6. CRASH PLAIN SUITS. Sizes, 3 to 7. IS/6.

CRASH PAWN STIUPED. Sizes, 3 to 7. 16/6.

CRASH, Fawn, Drab, Grey, and White, sclf-stripcd.

Sizes, 3 to 7, 41 to 01. 22/6.

KHAKI SUITS. Sizes, 3 to 7, 4J to 01. 12/6, 13/8,

14/6.

COOL WASHING- TROUSERS.

Side or Cross Pockets as desired, also Loops for Belt. W UITE DRILL TROUSERS. Sires, 3 to 7. 5/6, 7/6. WHITE DRILL TROUSERS. Sizes, BJ to 74. 5/8.

WHITE DUCK TROUSERS. Sizes, 3 to 7, 61 to 7}.

0/6.

CRASH TROUSERS Sires, 3 lo 7, 51 to ÏJ, and 4l

to 0}. 6/, 7/, 7/0.

KHAKI TROUSERS. Sutes 3 to 7, Si to 7i, and 41 to

0J. 5/, 5/0, 5/0.

CREAM SERGE TROUSERS, loops for belt, aLso with

Hip Strap if preferred Sizes 3 to 7, 4L to 7J, and 41 to 91. 9/, 10/6, 11/6, 12/6, to 13/6.

FANCY WASHING VESTS. NEW GOODS, RIGHT UP TO DATE.

FANCY STRIPES AND CHECKS. Sizes, 3 to 7. 5/tt. ORASH. Sizes 3 to 7. 6/6.

LIGHT GROUNDS, Fancy »tripes. Sizes, 3 to 7. 6/9. D.'RK GROUNDS, Fancy Stripes. Sizes, 3 to 7. 0/9. LIGHT GROUND, Fancy Edged. Sizes, 4 to 7. 6/.

LIGHT GROUND, Fancy bpots and Stripes. 41 to 7},

0/6; St to OK 7/6

CASHAIERE, Cream Grounds. Sires 1 to 7. S/fl. POPLIN, Neat Stripe». Sires 3 to 7. S/6.

MERCERISED. Neat Stripes. Sizes, 3 to 7. 13/.

CASHMERE, Light Grounds, Fancy Stripes. Sizes *

to 7, 10/.

WHITE PIQUE. WHITE MARCELLA, and PLAIN

WHITES. Sizes, 3 to 7. 5/, 0,6, 7/6, 8/6, 10/.

MEN'S STRAW HATS.

THE POPULAR PEARL BOATERS.

Crown. Brim Price. Crown. Brim. Price. Inches. Inches. Inches. Inches.

I 21 4/3 .. 3 21 6/6 3 2 4/6 .. 3 H b/S

21 5/0 .. .!

II »I .. 3J 2 6/ .. -

bin 7/«

SAFETY BLADES SIi-ARPEKF.D

Save your OLD SAFcTY RAZOR BLADES; tbey can be re-sharpened.

In one of the GOULBURN STREET win dows a SAFETY RAZOR EXPERT operate one of the newest SH VRPENDCO MA, CHTNES, converting DULL Blades, that have PASSED Leyond the STAGE of IIB V1VAL by means of the Or MNARA STROP, into KEEN-EDGED BLADES thai

?will GIVE satlafactori -cn ice

ANY MAKE OF THIN SAFETY RAZOR. BLADE ItESHAltPL-NED

Price, 1/3 doi., Sd hall doz., pos. free.

ANTHONY HORDERN and SONS, LTDL,

ONLY UNTA EUS AL'PUOAnOERS,

NEW PALACE EMPOllll Al,

ERICKKIi'aLD HILL, SYDNEY.

? "? ' - ' ' >

PTJBLIC NOTICES. RK

?E, WAGES AND WORKING CONDITIONS OS

FARRIERS.

To the Proprietor-, of the undermentioned Collieries, known as tile Southern Collieries, which include lha following: Metropolitan, Coalcliff, s Uiiton, s Clifton New Tunnel, North Bulli, Bulli, South Bulli, BdlauibL. Corrunal-Balgownic, Mount Plue-unt, Osborne Walls end, .Mount Kembla, Excelsior L-ollicrics, and tim Balmain Collier}, in the Slate of Ni,v south AA'alcs.

TAKE NOTICE that application has been made to file Iron and Ship Building Iradca Croup No. 10 Board by the Journeymen l'art lera' Union 01 New South Wales, an Industrial I niou of employees, (or tim determination bj the Board of certain mattera. Particulars of which may be obtained at the oll.cn ot Mr. M. Henwood, 51 Newinau-atreet, Newtown, without charge. The Hoard will meet at 20 scl borne-chambers, 171 Phillip street, Sjdnei, oil Mon- day, the 21st day of October. 1012, at tile hour ot 4 rin., and at such other plates and on such other sulTscqucnt days as the Board may appoint to con- sider the said apphciuoie 'lake Nome, also, that if you desire to be exempted lrom ani award mado by the Board, or to nuke ani objection to the ap- plication, 5 ou should do KI In lodging application tor such exemption or any objection to the application with the Chairman of the Hoard, at the above ad- dress on or before the uboie mentioned date of hear uig. If application for cxeinpuons or objection* to the application is not lodged bv lou, j ou mai ha made subject to such aw ud as the Hoard mil think fit to make in respect to the '-iid industry or industries for «billi the Hoard has been lonsututed Tike Notice also, that ion ma> be heard before the Board on anv appbcation or any objections before the Board Take notice, also, that the Uoird maj make an award differing from the particul 1rs contained in the ap- plication, and miy determine that its award maje coi er anv area or areas which may he within ita jurisdiction. Dater this 2nd day of Oitober, 1012.

W. NEWBERY, Chairman of tile Board.

ITAURTHEll NOTICE ia hereby Riven that the Pa

tentces of Austnillin Letters Pitrnt N'n. 10,370, dated 3rd Dccnber, 1007, for "Improvements in ihr manufacture of reduction produits of sodium Milpbile MI as tu nbtaiii 11 cm in mini mhidrotis pulu ruf-iit form" an prcpircd In ntl«(i mi denuii.ls and ill rcqiiirriiiuits of the public rispicting said itii-enunii

OH I'HS will also h» recenel for PUUUIASI. of the Patent or lor lacensca on Roi ilty

Fuller information and particul irs obtainable from EDWARD WATERS AND SONs, Patent Attorneys, of 414 418 Collins-st Melbourne; and of 7 Aloore-st. Syd. ITTTHE ASSIGNED rSTATH OF THOMAS RUPERT

JORDAN, STOREKEEPER, COWRA. K S.W.

ALL CLAIMS against the above »late must bo ren dcrxi to mc on or before TUVIISDAY NEXT, the 17th liiit, otherwise they ULU not he recognised.

ALBERT HORCH ARD.

Sydney, Oct. 11, 1-111. Public Accountant,

_Iquitihle bull ling. George street.

riNO OWNLI1S of Lots 5 and 7, Section E. Anglo X nqu ire, Carlton.-Please take notice that we intend l'ENC INO the aboie lots, and call upon the respective

Ouuers to -In their shire

AUSTRALIAN HUILMNG CO , LTD.,

_Hi Pitt street, Svdnev

GRANAIILE 1'LLCTOR.AIE COTTAGE HOSPITAL.

Al 1« UN -The Commlttie of the aboie Hospital thankfully atkroulcdgc receipt of the sum of Two Hundred Pounds from the Eiecutrix and Executors of the late WALTtR R. II ALI.

_ THOMAS SIMPSON. lion Sec.

Y\rLSTERN AUSTRALIA- AOLNC1FS required by A » Established I inn, handling Engineers' Supplie» and General Gooda. Excellent connection in cit> and country Particulars to BOT Httí. O P P.. Sydney

FREDERICK E. AlOOIlllOESE, who Advertised thil

column 3rd Oct., please coin Counter Clerk,

Herald (lillie.

AN

BTJSDTESS AiraOTJlNTCEMENTS.

WHY pay exorbitant prices for Spectacles when "on

can have each eye te^ed gepirattly, and have the. ry beat lensii in solid Nickel Frames, 5s. Solid Gold. 12a al, extra heavy, 17s Gd. Rolled Cold, from 2s 6d, (, I died, 10 )rs ' guarantee to keep Us colour, will Hand the test of nitric acid. 7s 6d, with case, Brazilian Pibs . 2s (x1. Dole- Aia, 5s 61I B Harnett, Scientific Opt» ian. 141 Pitt st. 1 ilm ixlnw Water Sew'age Rd.

Herald Ollie«.

riERTAIS C1 RF for WHITE an I OTIIFIt ANTS. Vj UOltLUd, nOACIUS, .NU VERI lill, and BUGS.

STUFET 3.

Tel ? City 1»I6 I» Guilhurn st. hack Adrk Foy's.

iïslN (( d VALUATOR,

luvci.turio and Vahuuaiu nude i,>r Probate.

_ _ _ Box 1071, G P 0.

K1 Y S Ulled, Locks Repaun-d. "LONCSILAIVI

l^nUnnth 2Sl_Pitt st._ _

! AMIS II Alll.l I! skin sped,lut and l!ai7~Cultüf. 'I 1 t. lus 111-MOA Hi to 7 IIIIK'II^, <.p" I mon Club. J ins 1 i.u li Al li sim I" 1 mc hu. in mifappli. 1 ) i in is_ Aim, I ,rl ii-i OP«

TAI (Jil s I AsA UAH! I IM "11 lil, u o^t "reliable .' ailinn l . ' nr 11- Pitt st, opp_ (, p o , Si L

A MP" Hil 01 FILL-secure Bonn., for 1012

_ J1 V""d-'--. a.eut. Va Pitt-fU _T._. City 2170. ÇiUFET Meul Work, assorted metal goods in stork"!ml ?O to, 1irtlcrA_icpdia. etc, ¿¡wtxnj,. ISO Si(íascrsí JSc»S

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