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. OTREOTION.>?? WILTON WELCH.

^ , COMMENCING

'?%. SATURDAY NEXT, NOVEMBER 22.

^ > ' Mr. WILTON WELCH ^

Presenta an Absorbing Drama of To-day. '

1 Entitled

THE WAENTKG. ",. ^ By Henry Basnell.

M:fowcxtuV and Popular Cast, including the woll-knoyrn i loamr Ainu Brilliant French Australian Actress 1 4- » Miss LOUISE CARBASSE. '

TnE WAR^ivo

Alarming in its Vivid Truths. .*

THE WARNING. ' .

It is a .Sermon in a Play. !

Tnu WARNING,

frges the necessity- of immediate action.

.LAN OPENS THIS MORNING at PALINO'S,

MCCORMACK CONCERTS,

Farewell Season.

Second Concert-TO-NIGHT, at 8. Second Concert-TO-NIGHT, at 8. Second Concert-TO-NIGHT, nt 8. Second Concert-TO-NIGHT, at 8.

Three-shilling Scali Three-shilling Seat«

at Nicholson's und Searls'

JOHN MCCORMACK CONCERTS.

SPECIAL NOTICE.

EXTRA CONCERT, SVrCRDVY" NEXT.

Messrs. J. and N. TAIT have pleasure in announcing that, owing to the exceptional heavy booking, ldicating i repetition of the previous phenomenal demand foi .eats, they have arranged nn EXTRA CONCERT on SATURDAY EVENING NEXT. RON Plans open to- morrow morning nt Nicholson's.

'TOHN MCCORMACK CONCERTS. u- Direction . J. and X. TAIT.

TOWN HALL.

SECOND CONCERT. 'JO-NIGnT, at 8.

THIRD CONCERT. WEDNESDAY NEXT. rOURTU CONCERT. THURSDAY .NEXT.

EXTRA and FINAL CONCERT SATURDAY NEXT.

" ,C.t.:t« . GOOD-BYE TO

JOHN MCCORMACK, ,, JOHN MCCORMACK,

, , JOHN MCCORMACK, ,

' Tile World's Greatest Ljric Tenor, i

Second, TO-NIGHT, Mr. Mccormack will sing

"Aubado" (Le roi d'Ys) . Lalo "Elucevan le Stelle" (Tosca) . Puccini "Lovo'a Secret" . Granville Bantock "The Moon Drops Low" (founded on an Indian

tribal melody). Chas. Cadman "THE LORD IS MY' LIGHT" ..J. Allitsen

"Amor ti Vieta" (Fedora) . Giardano "Finale," Act III., from "Boheme" .... Leoncavallo

EXTRA MOTHERS will be selected fiom "I HEAR YOU CALLING ME," '

"DRINK TO ME ONLY WITH THINE EYES,"

"MOLLY BRANNIGAN," "SNOWY-BREASTED PEARL,"

"MACUSHLA," "MOTHER O' MTNE,"

, ".MOLLY BAWN," etc., etc.

Miss MAT HUXLEY (Soprano).

Air. DONALD McBEATH (Violinist).

c Mr. VINCENT O'BRIEN (Accompanist).

RESERVED SEATS. 7/0 and 5/.

UNRESERVED SEATS, 3/ and 2/. _'

' v^i (2/ ScatH at doora only.)

s Box Plans at Nicholson's1. _

Direction: J. and N. TAIT.

/CENTENNIAL THEATRE,

BONDI JUNCTION. "~^

THE NEW PICTURE THEATRE

(late Skating Rink). .

'Hie largest and coolest Picture Theatre in Bydaey.

Fitted throughout with electric fan». .

Best opera chairs for thousands.

Hundreds turned away at the opening performance

Saturday night.

"Grçale«t success imaginable.

' Two of our Stars for To-night's Programme^

BRENNAN OF THE MOOR The three-act Comedy BRENNAN" OF THE MilOlt Drama. with Barney BRENNAN Or THE MOOR Gilmore, the famous BRENNAN OF THE MOOR Irish Comedian in the BRENNAN OF THE MOOP. title role. A story of «RENNIX OF THE MOOR adventure, sensation, and JJREÑNAX OF THE MOOR romance.

Jifa UNKNOWN BROTHER \* splendid emotional 1US UNKNOWN BRO! III'R drama, by the famous HIS UNKNOWN BROTHER Nordisk Company. A IS UNKNOWN BROT1I1 R taleuf the spangles and 1 IS UNKNOWN BIiOTlll.lt ravidust; tlnilling and HIS UNKNOWN BROTHER quivering AMtli e\pect H1S UNKNOWN BROTHER »ney. The eternal pa» HIS UNKNOWN BROTIIKtt sion is once more in* mS UNKNOWN HROTIII It theme of a splendid HIS UNKNOWN BROTHER Photo play. .

Together «Hu *h<- ],licst C°'»ic. Scenic, and

Dramatic Films.

FULTi ORCHESTRA OF 10 PERFORMERS.

Under the biton of Signor Checcucci.

POPULAR PRICES: 3d, 6d, and 1/.

For Reserved Scats, 'Phone Waverley 630 dally to I o'clock, and 62« Waverley after 5 o'clock.

MATINEE Evcrv featurdnv and Holiday, at 2.30 p.m. Bring the Children to the Prize Day Matinee, Every K.htiSav Afternoon, at 2.30 p.m. Prizes for children

Sto Í2ÍGms? Ml, \»1« «/I/; BOYS. Watch, value Al/5/. w T_ OROX1N, Manager.

¿jr,TMPIA.' ATHLETIC CLUB,

NEWTOWN.

GBAND OPENING SATÜBDAT, DEC. 6. HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP OF AUSTRALIA,

DAVE SMITH T LES. O'DONNLLL.

r

» ROUNDS. AT 8.30 P.M.

PRELIMINARY, 10 ROUNDS, 8 T.M.

s . .|\RJÎD. BRETT v HECTOR MELVILLE.

1

.! ïc, - -

'. ' .y*-¥RT0ES: 10/ (Reserved), 5/, 8/, 2L

. «OX PLAS WIM. BE ADVERTISED.

Itf"! W. 3. HOWE.

Bus. Manager.

.-^ "MR. and MRS. ARTHUR J. LIDDY, " ' '

, Profebsional Teachers of Dancing,

ferndale Academy. 44 Oxford st. Walwa. T.. ISfc I'sd. 'lîlTSrXJD'riON AND DltAMATiu ART. JW Cal] for full particulars.

WALTER BENTLEY. 30IA Pitt-street.

_ _ Opp. Criterion Theatre. "lOBKoiCAi, GARDENS.-A Oarden ot Living

tor tile Recreation and Education of the

<raak_daya 0.8(1 a.m. to 6 p.m.. Sunday«

j femTwiik Pay« i Aault» N, CAUlrou Id,

i «?r'AiHK i i i i' '' i at i i »i

AMÏÏ3EMENTS. Um

MAJESTY'S.

Direction .

J. C. WILLIAMSON", Ltd. i ' " Itanagliij; Dircitors:

Geo. 3 allis, Hugh J. Ward, Clyde Mcyncll.

LAST l'OURITXTÎ NIGHTS OP .""uw raintrms NIGHTS OP

THIS EVENING, AT 7.30. i - THIS EVENING, AT 7.30.

The Only Performance ot the Season of

WAGNER'S

.'LOtii^iSLiUN*." "LOHENGRIN."

Mmes. JEANNE BllOLA, EDNA THORNTON;

Mcss,v?;. Aw:soi:i1 THOMAS, ROBERT PARKER;

WILLIAM ANDERSON, GRAHAM MARR.

Conductor: Richard EcVhold.

Tuesday at S: LU TRAVLATA (final performance*.

1I0FPMAV"V' "' " I'"St Mati"co ot TALUS OP

Wednesday, at S: MADAME BUTTERFLY.

Thursday, at 7.45: (.'AHMEN. Friday, at 8: LA BOHEME.

i.fSÍH'AC.V*4...81, CAVALIXRU RUSTICANA and

PAGLIACCI. iinal Performance.

J'H^ ,or lMC ac"> Operas at PALING'S TO-DAY

at 9.w0,

Pilcos for To-night's Opera (Plans at Paling'»):

Bless Cinle fHooked ami nt doors), 10/0., Orchestra Stalls (Booked), 10/6.

At Doers: O.S.. 7/6; Back Stall,, G/.

D.Vi SALES:-At P.illnc's until ii pm.: Back Stalls, ul; Caller}-, 3/6; at Callose's, till 7.15, 3/6; thereafter

(at doors), 2/t.

T

HE CONFESSION.

FIRST MATINEE NEXT WEDNESDAY.

fpHEATRE ROYAL.

Lessees, J. O. Williamson, Ltd.

UNDER THE DIRECTION OP WILLIAM ANDERSON

THE FLAT ALL SYDNEY WILL SEE.

. OVERWHELMING

SUCCESS TO-NIGHT AT 8.

TO-NIGHT AT 8. PC

EUGENIE DUGGAN,

and the Eminent Australian Actor.

II. R. ROBERTS,

In the Enormously Successful Play by

James Hallcck neid,

THE CONFESSION, '¿'HE- CONFESSION,

Endorsed by the Clergy; Applauded by the Public.

Plan at Paling'» until 6 p.m., and thereafter at Hill's, Castlereogli-strcet, with day sale.

PRICES: Booked 4/, at Doors 3/, 2/, 1/. Early Doors 6(1 extra to all parts.

CHITEMOS " ' THEATRE,

Lessee . Frank Musgrove,

Direction . J. 0. WILLIAMSON,- Ltd.

Managing Directors:

George Tallis, Hugh J. Ward, Clyde Mcynell.

NINTH NINTH I WEEK. . TO-NIGHT, AT S. WEEK.

NINTH. - NINTH I WEEK. J. C. WILLIAMSON'S WEEK NINTH ?*DRAMATIC COMPANY, NINTH WEEK. WEEK. NINTH Headed by "NINTH WEEK. WEEK.

MURIEL STARR,

and including

Mary Worth, Lincoln I'luinci, E. W. Moirison,

Eric Moxon,

In Bayard Vcillei's Powerful Play,

WITHIN THE LAW. WITHIN THE LAW.

NINTH Produced by E. W. Morrison. NINTH WEEK. - .. WEEK. NINTH Going Strong for the NINTH WEEK. Australian Record WEEK. NINTH Hun. NINTH WEEK. , WEEK.

Plan at Paling's till 5 p.m., and thereafter, with Day

Sale, at White Rose, Pltt-strcet.

PRICES: D.O. and O.S. (Reserved and at Door), 6/; Stalls, ii; Amphitheatre, till 7.30, 2/; thereafter, 1/.

"VTATIONAIJ AMPHITHEATRE. -^ Managing Director . BEN J. 1'ULLER.

FULLER Mammoth Amusement BRENNAN FULLER Consolidation. DRENNAN

Australasia'« Representative Vaudeville Enterprise.

TO-NIGHT at 8 o'clock. TO-NIGHT

A TRULY -MARVELLOUS SHOW.

FRESH FACES. To-night. FRESH ACTS.

The Most Brilliant Vuudcullc Entertainment ever presented to an Australian Audience, and full worthy lo bo classed Superb in any Theatre in the world.

A COLOSSAL PROGRAMME OF ATTRACTIONS.

Received on Saturday night with ei cry demonstration of approval by a crowded and delighted audience.

TO-NIGHT-Leading Star Engagement of

LES BAU MALAGAS Tim Famous Spanish LES BAU MALAGAS Whirlwuid Dancers,

LES BAU MALAGAS Direct fiom the Marigny and LES BAU MALAGAS Scala Thcatics, Taiis.

A Fascinating and Noiel Exposition of Spanish

Dancing.

Brilliant and Artistic Success of

BAILY'S POSING DOGS,

Vaudeville's Most Unique Act, TED BAILY'S STATUE DOGS, The Acme of Animal Sagacity. JOLLY FANNY RICE,

frcsenting her own Original Specialt/,

SINGING AND DANCING DOLLS.

A Tumultuous Reception Accorded to

THiS GEORGIO TRIO,

The Celebrated BUcU-facc, Singing, Dancing, and

Talking Act, the Quintessence of Quaintness,

EDrrn MOTE, WINIFRED STEWART, VAUGHAN and BERRY. MORRIS and SIIAND,

CARRINGTON, THE DRISCOLLS, Mons. HERBERT. PRICES: 3/. 2/, 1/g, 1/. Plan at Theatre._ jgPENCER'S

MATINEE, WEDNESDAY, AT 2.30. MATINEE, WEDNESDAY, AT 2.S0.

10-NIGUT, AT 8. SPENCER'S TO-NIGHT, AT 1 TO-NIGHT, AT S. GREAT 'I O-NIGIIT, AT Í TO-NIGHT, AT S. MASTERPIECE. UO-N10HT, AT Î

TREMENDOUS SUCCESS TREMENDOUS SUCCESS

ef Anthony Hope's World-fumed Romance, "THE PRISONER OF ZENDA" "THE PRISONER OF ZENDA" "THE PRISONER OF ZENDA" "THE PRISONER OF ZENDA."

JAMES K. HACKETT "nis vigorom art, his robust JAMES K. HACKETT force, his manly strength, and ?TAMES K. HACKETT engaging manners baie made JAMES K. HACKE1T lum loved and admired uni JAMES K. HACKETT. ' vcrsally. His name will go ?TAMES K. HACKETT down in the history of Ins J aMES K. HAOKEÏT trionie achievements as one JAMES K. HACKETT of the most brilliant among JU1ES K. HACKETT the gifted artist! whose dra JAMES li. HACKETT matlc genius has lent dis J\MES K. HACKETT "¡ty and distinction to the ?TAMES K. HACKETT contemporary stage. Combined JAMES K. HACKETT with u powerful individual ty TAMILS K HACKETT and interpretable originality JMIE3 li. UACkETT in his work are a sincerity JAMES Ki HACKETT and sympithy that .it once J \MES K. HACKETT lure and captivate.

The wliolo production enacted under the personal

direction of -^X^U^"\ " .

dour wi<h v,hlch the characten are burrounded tie Action adheres to the btoiy's suggestion o! the

wealth and luxury of Runtania.

T-TrirrrKO THRILLING. GORGEOUS. EXOTTLNG. THRILLING. GORGEOUS.

PRICES: 1/8, 1/. 6d. PRICES: 1/6, V, 64

Bot Plan at Paling'« until noon, thereafter at

White Rose, Pitt-street.

PAINTINGS BY

-t-iTurnfflOS OF OIL PAINTINC

gxHomoNg ¿* pH1LIjiPs FOX

(Ethel Currick), Sociétaire Salon

d'Automne, .Paris,

at

ANTHONY HORDERNS' FINE ART GALLERY.

INSPECTION INVITED. CATALOGUES FREE.

AMUSEMENTS.

PALACE THEATRE.

Direction . Allen Doone.

MATINEE, WEDNESDAY, AT 2.

On Saturday nght at tim Palace Theatre a crowded audience accorded the icvival of "The l'jiisli l'rieit" au enthusiastic icception.-"Sunday Times.

'The revival oí that (jualiit and interesting drama "Tile Parish Priest" was a popular move. Every scat in tile house was oecupicJ, unil the big andienen; seemed to thoroughly enjoy every minute of the play.-"Sunday gun."

TO-NIGHT. ~t " TO-NIGHT.

ALLEN DOONE

as

TUE- PARISH PRIEST.

ONLY FIVE MORE NIGHTS

ol Ulis wonderfully interesting play.

I5IPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT FOR SATURDAY NEXT, NOVEMBER 22nd.

First Production in Australia of the Stirring Romantic

Irish Drama,

THE REBEL.

PRICES: ii, 2/0, 1/.

Early Door, Stalls nnd Gallery, 6d extra.

Early Door, Gallery.' Saturdays and Holidays,

.1/ extra.

BOX PLAN at Paling's. Day Sale, White Rose. Children in arms not admitted.

^DEÏÎPHI . ' THEATRE.

-.. Direction .... GEORGE WILLOUGHBY^, Mi

Managing Director.. Mr. GEORGE WILLOUGHBY.

'Telephone. CITY 3177.

. AUSTRALIAN DRAMA FOR AUSTRALIANS.

LAST FIVE NIGHTS . LAST FIVE NIGHTS 1 LAST FIVE NIGHTS

Entirely New Dramatisation of Marcus Clarke's World

famed btory of Early Life in Australia,

FOR THE I OR TUL

TERM Ol'' HIS NATURAL LIFE, TERM OP HIS NATURAL LIFE,

Staged on a scale ol unprecedented splendour, and

interpreted hy the full strength of GEO. WILLOllGHBY'S DRAMATIC

COMPANY. .

The principal incidents in this most engrossing and ¡inmortal" work of Australian life rea istica y depicted.

Play produced by Mu GEORGE WILLOUGHBY.

BOX PLAN at Nicholson's daily.

_Booked Seals only i I._ ADELPHI THEATRE.

gggS THEATRE.

COOLEST HOUSE IN SYDNEY.

. The Acme of Comfort, Natural Ventilation.

SATURDAY EVENING NEXT, SATURDAY EVENING NEXT,

Brief Revival of Sydney's Greatest Controversial Drama,

"THE MONK ANO THE WOMAN," "THE MONK AND THE WOMAN," THE PLAY THAT MADE ALL SYDNEY TALK.

THE DRAMA THAT WILL AGAIN MAKE ALL

SYDNEY WONDER '

Sixteenth Century Scenes nnd Incidents Rccallei

1'lic Monk Meets the Woman in the Monasteli.

THE UNIQUE WEDDING,

Death to the Libertine King.

THE REALISTIC EARTHQUAKE SPECTACLE. - A Company of Dramatic Favourites, lneluJ.ng

Messrs. GEORGE CROSS, T. W. IXOYD, CUARLTO TAYLOR, FRANK CROSSLEY; Misses VERA RWILL, MURIEL DALE, ORIEL HOTSON, GWENDOLEN DOR1SE. and FANNY EHltlS.

POPULAR PRICES: 4/, 3/, 2/, and 1/. Early

Doors, all parts, 6d extra.

' * _a NEVEN. Business Manager.

PICTURE BLOCK THEÄTKBS. rjTHlir

In George-street, between Bathurst-street and the

* Haymarket.

COOL RETREATS FROM THE DUSTY STREETS.

. NEW. PROGRAMS TWICE A WEEK.

ALL NEW PICTURES TO-DAY. CRYSTAL PALACE THEATRE. The Edison. Co.'s Latest Success,

"ILUiD CASH,"

' Adapted 'from tim novel by Clunks Reade.

In "Hard Cash" Reade tolls a story that is all excited heart beats, a story that has every clement ol excellence in narrative. The film reproduction of tills famous work intensifias the interest of the story.

. Other Items "AUSTRALIAN GAZETTE" of News picture*, including:-Hobart, 10 Miles Cross-country Championship, Melbourne," Janet Lady Clarke Memorial, Alexandra-avenue; V.H.GY Steeplechase Day, Glen Wins; Sydney, Australia's High Commissioner,

George Reid Arrives; tile Harbour Trust Suction Dredge Triton at work in the harbour; Royal Hos- pital for Women, Oflloi.il Opening of Septic Block by Lady Mayoress; Special Parade of Australia's Young Soldiers to seo "The Battle of Gettysburg" :'t the Lyric

Theatre.

"The Strok* of tho Phoebus Eight," Edison drama;

Bunny Comedy, "Tho Foudists," Vitagranh; "Stono' Quarries," Cines Industrial; Elge Comedy, "His Last

Flirtation."

Dress Circle 1/, Stalls Od. AU Shows Continuous,

11 to 11.

LVR10 THEATRE.

A Human Passion Play iii Three Acts,

"THE BLACK DOMINO.'

"Hell knows no Jury like n woman scorned," And the moro a woman has been accustomed to adoration, the fiercer, and more tcrrihle is her wrath when It ceases. "The Black Domino" hides a woman long used to public worship, whom sudden unpopularity has trans-

formed into »a ilcud.

Much else on the same program:-"Topical Budget" OT Foreign Ncwspirture.', Luhm Comedy; "The Actress and (he .lewels"; Elge Comedy, "Simple Simon and the

Rajah's Diamonds," etc.

Dress Circle Cd, Stalk Sr!. All Shows Continuous.

11 lo 11.

COLONIAL THEATRE.

"The Hot. Blood Thrills to the Siren's Song."

"THE VAMPIRE," in, 2 Long Acts. I A powerful drama, telling of a young mau who fell into tho clutches of a human vampire. The celebrated vampire danoo of Bert French and Miss Eis, which was a. bcusatinn of tho American stage, is tully reproduced. From ever}' point of view "Tile Vampire" :s a truly

remarkable production.

Also:-"Tile Gauinont Graphic" of Ncwspicturcs from I Abioad: "The Rube Boss," comedy; "The Winning

Punch," A.B. Comedy, etc.

D. Circle Od, Stalls 3d. All Shows Continuous, 11 to 11.

EMPRESS THEATRE.

A Splendid Four-reel Xordisk,

"THE SECRET OF THE BUREAU."

Tho Nordisk Co. seldom makes a 4-part feature, when tiley do, something unusually good may be ex- pected. This one is a genuine treat from every point

On the same proKram:-"Warwiek Chronicle" of hap- penings abroad; "The Watch Caine Back," Kalem'Oom

edy, etc.

D',.9ÍJ5!S..G'2.' ?£ïlla M- A11 Sh(m's Continuons, 11 to 11

MODISTES ATTENn.-The very latest Parisian modes arc slioyvn mi vivid colour in the Patho, Warwick, Topi- cal, and Gauinont Foreign Gazettes, screened at the

Picture Block Theatre?.

'THE GREATER J. D. WILLIAMS AMUSEMENT CO.

LIMITED, " ._W. Barrington Miller, General Manager.

JJIPERIAL THEATRE.

THE PICTURE HOUSE,

FOOT OF WILLIAM-STREET.

TO-NIGIIT AT 8 AND EVER Y EVENING.

SENTENCED FOR LIFE.

"Take me back to the place from whence I came, This time I am guilty-guilty-guiltvl"

¡KWO Feet in Length, and Exclusive.

_ROUERIO MacCALLUM, General Manager.

TOAVX TIALL,

SYDNEY. ORCAN RECITAL.

OWING TO THE HALL being otherwise engaged thcro will bo NO ORGAN RECITAL TO-DAY'. MON- DAY, the 17th NOVEMBER, 1013.

THOMAS II. NESBITT,

Town Hall, Sydney,

Uth November. 1013.

A USTRALIAN JOCKEY C

DECEMBER AND SUMMER MEETINGS,

1913.

THE VILLIERS STAKES,

HANDICAP SWEEPSTAKES of 10 son each. 1 forfeit if declared before i o'clock p.m., on THURSDAY. DECEMBER l8, with 1000 sovs added. The owner of the second horse to receive 200 sovs, and the owner of the third 100 sovs from the prize. A winner of any handicap race of the value of 300 sovs after tho declaration of the weights to carr}' 71b; of 200 sovs 101b extra. ONE MILE.

THE SUMMER CUP.

A HANDICAP SWEEPSTAKES of 10 sovs each. 1 for.

foil if declared before i o'clock p.m. on THURS- DAY, DECEMBER IS, willi 1500 sovs added. The owner of tho second horse to receive 300 sova, and the ovvner of the third 150 sovs from the prize, Tlic winner of any handicap race of the value o! 100 sovs after the decln'S.tion of the weights to -í"._... til,. /,» own cn«»*71h- nf AIM emi IHIh

Nominations accompanied by First Forfeit of 1 SOT, (o lie made with the Secretary of the A.J.O., Sydney, or V.R.C.. Melbourne, on MONDAY. NOVEMBER 17, 1013, before i p.m.; weights to be declared at auch lime as the- Committee may appoint.

A.J.O. BULES OF RACING. BY-LAWS. AND

REGULATIONS.

If Nominations arc made by Telegram, the Amount

of First Forfeit must be wired^ ^^

Secretary.

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WEST'S BOOM.

WEST'S BOOM. "Stiongcr Tlian Ever." WEST'S BOOM. _

WEST'S PERFECT" PROGRAMS.

AN ALL NEW PROGRAMME OF ATTRACTIONS. AN ALL NEW i'HOUHAMME OF ATTilAOTlOXS.

THIS MONDAY NIGHT.

FACING "ETERNITY. A Convincing Presentment FACING ETERNITY. of the palhetic side of FACING ETERNITY "GLORIOUS WAR."

AN ARMY DEFEATED BY A WOMAN'S HEROISM.

LEFT in charge of the telegraph during her husband's absence with Ins regiment, the French peasant woman illida an opportunity to erne her country oy tapping the wires and intercepting messages addressed to the

German General.

UNDETERRED by the great risk she runs, she nightly carries news of great importance to the French camp.

DETECTED at last, ihe bravely faces death, proud to have played u heroic part, but the final sacrifice is averted at the last moment, in a manner wliich fur- nishes a thrilling last seine lo a great drama.

Tile Leading Character hy Mis. Henny Porten.

In addition, WEST'S MONSTER

UP-TO-DATE PROGRAMME TO-NIGHT. UP-TO-DATE PROGRAMME TO-NIGHT.

ALL THAT'S LATEST. ALL THAT'S GOOD.

INCLUDING MUSICAL PROGRAMME BY DE GROr.N'S VICE-REGAL ORCHESTRAS.

MOOREFIELD RACES.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1913.

THE FLYING HANDICAP, 125 envs, Six Furlongs.

THE STEWARDS* MILE, 100 »ovs, 1 Mile.

THE JUVENILE HANDICAP, 123 Sovs, 4 Furlong«.

THE KOGARAH STAKES, irtl Sovs, 1 Mile.

THE MOOREFIELD HANDICAP, 125 Sor«,

1 Mile and 1,

THE BEXLEY HANDICAP, 125 Sovs, 6 Furlongs.

For further particulars see programmes.

ENTRIES CLOSE at 4 p.m., THIS DAY, MONDAY, November 17th, 1MB.

J. LAMROCK,

Secretary. Bclmont-buildings,

15 Castlereagh-street.

.DOSEHILL RACING CLUB.

DUCEMBER MEETING.

SATURDAY. 13th DECEMBER, 1913.

THE DECEMBER HANDICAP,

A Handicap ot 250 sovs., with a Sweepstakes of 2 sovs.

each added for all horses not scratched before i p.m. on Thursday preceding the race at the Rote lilli Racing Club's office only. The owner of the winner to receive the Sweepstakes and sufficient of the added money to make the amount of the pike 200 sovs. ; the owner of the second horse to receive two-thirds, and of third horse one-third of the balance of the added money. The winner of a handicap after the declaration of weights 'to carry 101b extra; of two or more handicaps, HU» extra.

ONE MILE AND A QUARTER.

A.J.C. RULES.

ENTRANCE FEE, TEN SHILLINGS.

ENTRIES CLOSE AT 4 P.M. on MONDAY, 17th NOV., 1013, and may he made with Mr. M. P. Considine, Sec- retary, Sandown Par. Racing Club, Melbourne; or with the undersigned.

WEIGHTS will bo declared on or about MONDAY, 1st December, 19] S.

. GEO. W. S. ROWE, Secretary,

Rosehill Racecourse Co., Ltd .12 Elizabeth-street, Sydney._

ff»lVE HUNDRED AND SIXTY SOVS JfUVE

PRIZE MONEY.

._ 600 SOVS. " ASCOT RACES-ASCOT.

NEXT SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22.

NOVICE HANDICAP, SO sors, 4 furlong». PLYING HANDICAP,'SO sovs, 0 furlong«;

11.1 HANDICAP, SO sovs, 5$ furlong». . TRIAL HANDICAP. SO sovs, 0 furlongs. 11.0 HANDICAP, SO sovs, i furlongs.

ASCOT HANDICAP, 80 sovs, 1 mi'o 1 furlong and 50yds

11.2 HAND1CAF, SO sovs, I fun^ngs. ^

NOMINATIONS close THIS DAY, MONDAY, NO. TOMBER 17. '

WEIGHTS on or about THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 50. For further particulars seo Programme.

J. UNDERBILL, Secretary,

11 Elizabeth-street. 'Phouc, 20S2.

NEWCASTLE . RACES.

SATURDAY AND WEDNESDAY'.

NOV. 2911] AND DEC. 3rd.

1300 SOVS. IN TRIZES.

'HIE OPENING HANDICAP of 150 sovs, fi furlongs;

'THE WELTER HANDICAP of 100 sois, lowest weight

7st 71b, 7 furlongs,

THE SUMMER HANDICAP of 150 sovs, 1\ mile and 100

yards.

THE NOVICE HANDICAP of 100 sovs, for all horse-»

that have not won prize of the value of 10 eov» at time of starting. 0 furlongs. Lowest weight 7st 71b. THE STEWARDS' MILE of 150 sovs, 1 mile.

SECOND DAY, WEDNESDAY,

DECEMBER ard.

TTTE SHORTS HANDICAP of ]5() sovs, 7 furlongs.

THE HIGH WEIGHT HANDICAP of 100 sovs, lowest

weight S«t, 6 furlongs.

HIE DECEMBER HANDICAP of 150 sore, 1J mile and

101) ya! ds.

THE PARK STAKES of 100 sovs, for all horses that

havo not won a prize of the value of 30 sovs at time of stnrtinir, (I furlongs.

THE riNAL HANDICAP of 150 sovs, 1 mile.

A.J.C. RULES.

ENTRIES elose MONDAY, NOV. 21th. , Weights for first day on or about NOV. 35th. Second Day, DEC. 1st,

For full particulars see programme.

J. GRISDALE, Secretary I

Newcastle Jockey Club, Ltd.

'OLLONGONG RACES. |

TUESDAY, 25th NOVEMBER, 1813, Bulli Welter, 7 furlongs, SO sore.

Novice Handicap, 0 furlongs, 20 sovs. Illawarra Stakes, 0 furlongs, SO sovs.

Allowrie Trial Stakes, 0 furlongs, 20 sors. Wollongong Mile, 1 mile, 30 sovs.

Nomination Fee for each eient, TEN SHILLINGS. For fuller particulars see Programme. Entries Close at i p.m. on

THIS, DAY, 17th NOVEMBER,

at the office of Kembla Grange Racing Club.

3 Castlcrcagh-st, Sydney. J. WINSOR. Sec.

_MACHINERY._

BLACKSMITH'S TOOLS, high in quality, but not in

price: Star Portable Forges, "Australian" Blow- ers, Post and Upright Drills, Power Hammers, Shrink, ers. Benders, Punch and Shorn s, Hacksaws. Write for Drices. M'PUERSON'S PTY., LTD.,

_51-05 Bathiiint..strect. Sydney.

Í1HARLES LUDOWICI, Manuiacturor of'Leather Bett

J ing, Laces. Fasteners, Mechanical Leather», Be- nair». Contractor to N.U.W. Government Railways

and Trunwáy» for 1013-H._«0 York-st, Wynyard-sq. LONGSTROKE E"NGINL'. suitable for "Sawmills, 11 Jin

x 20in, loin x ¡Vii», and 18in x Soin: one bv Ten- nant and Co., developing 15(Mi.p. Tor particulars apply to J. SEVER. Hil n^ionshii-r-slieel.

w

EROGEN SAFETY AIR-GAS MACHINES.

_ SUNLIGHT SAFETY AIR-GAS MACHINES.

For Lighting and Cooling. Weight driven.

ALEX STOUO. in Pitt-street.

AGRICULTURAL Implemento and Machinery, com-

prising Union Cultivator», Harvesters, Drills, Ploughs, etc.. manufactured by Nicholson und Morrow, nnl-rlv nnri CO.. Ltd.. Ac-llta. Miller's Point.

"VTEARLY new, Tabor Indicator, steam, m case, -IN What offer«? Insp. Engineer. Bo\- 15. P.O. Manly.

liriNING CAGES and POPPET"HI;AD WHEELS for ?IM. Sale. P. Uni ries, 207 Itnlwarra-ril. Pyrmont.

\XTED, Col-type Boiler, about IB-h.p., working pressure SOlb, llttinga to comply with Mines Ile -nliition Act. JOHN G.S1NTORD, IS nridge-st.

WANTED, H to 10 li.p. colonial tjpe Boiler and

Engine. A. Fawntin». 5 St. Jolm-st. Newtown.

AUCTION SALES._

-HOUSES. ÎÏORSE5.

HEAD 250 HEAD. ,

MUSWELLBROOK YARDS.

TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY,

NOVEMBER ISth and 19th, 1913.

EDWARD HIGGENS, PARKINSON, ond CO. will tell

a» above for well-known Breeders and Owners, in- cluding consignments from Edinglassie, Merton, Brog- heda, -yarran. Wybong, and Iloiichel.

There will be a good kit of Draughts forward, and some choice Ponies from Edinglassie, all in the pink of condition. _

NOTE DATES: 18th and 10th NOVEMBER,

_AT MUSWELLBROOK._ OOL SALES wiU ho hnjd TO-DAY at the Sydney Wool Exchange, ut S l»m.. II-, under:

John Bridge ^ndX°__I-ÍSiijái2Jjl!íS_ TT3Üfr"T¡5d~PBKkY will sel» by auction, at Newtown Jj SUtiou, THjS_DAY!__t_74 o'clock^ Wood, etc._ DENT~ánTPERRY will seíTby Auction, at Darling

wirb"T-. THIS DAY, at ¡» o'clock. Wood, etc.

D"ÉÑT and PERRY will sell by Auction, at RED

FOIN STATION. THIS DAV. at 9.15,

Bw, BUaw« Chiff. »tov, ft-nsfcm«. .otttoc«. WA

AUCTION SALES.

INGLIS'S BAZAAR,

CAMPERDOWN

(CITY)

THIS OIONDÏY) MORNING,

COMUrNCLNG AT 10 >

\TTHIIAM INGIIS an 1 SON will sell hi -ruction, at »> their Bazau, THIS (MONDA)) MOI NING, as

under viz -

AT 10 30

lUjm AND llf 111 IIOR«LS TURNOUTS

AND AEHICLLS 01 AIL DISCHH'TIONS

AT ii te

On account of OAANLlf

BULKA 1URNOU1 NLW SINCIT LORRY, 2

SPRIV CARIS AND * PAIRS 01 A HLLLS

On accouit of Vr 1 B DAMS

HIGH C1 ASS I) MIK BAY M ARL bv Shooting

Star pel feet novel in ¿ad Ile or harness, fit foi Show purpose

On account of Afi (,! O MISAI OM POPT MACQUARIE

PONY Si ALI ION TON Li iuiict in saddle and

harness good n ovir

TO RACING AIL, AND OTHERS

TT7ILLIAM INGLIS and SON have received instruc *V tions Iron the Ovvior to hell bv auction at their Bazaar Camperdown (Citj) THIS DAY MONDAY, at

1 o clock

SIN AM Chestnut (elding, 0 years li 2, by

Sene chai from P^clic A winner in the

count ii

INGLIS'S BAZAAR,

OA.UPE.ÍU0WN

(cm)

THIS OIONDÂY) MORNING,

AT 12 0 CLOCK

10 1ROTTING MEN AND OTHERS

WILLIAM INGLIS and SON have received inslruc

tious from Mr CLO BARN LIT to sell by auc tion, as- abov c -/

A ANCE (champion 13 3) Bav Alare 6 years, by

l\ONUOBBII from i KHAhl MARI a well known perfoi mer

PIM RIDCL Rnv Gelding G jean bj A ALI ANT

irom LOA 1 A maiden

SAH OR I RINCE Blick (elding a well known

performei and champion b iggj horse first class Rubba t)re 1 SI 01 TINC SILKY and set R mid G limions American RACING SULlvA and set of Harne«

*** The above aie bcinf, pirted with owing to Mr Barnett bay int decided to lehnoiueh trotting

Also account o' S AMI OUNLR

LADY AYA1LH Bay Raring Tilly 3 years, by

SIR Al MI R (imp ) from SIRONA (dam of a ? umber of ninia- hy Wekome Jack) A

maiden

LEICHHARDT AND VBBOTSFORD TRAMS PASS Tm CAT! S FIERA I F\\ A«NI ri S

INGLIS'S BAZAAR,

10 MORROW (IfcESD lï) APTLRNOON,

AT 2 0 CLOCK

HORSES HORSE- HORSES 00 nCVD bO HEAD.

Conipn mg

ASPrCIALLY GOOD 101 01 DRAUGHT AND BLSI

"~. ".,. .M-SS HOLSI S mehi Wa

CONSIGNMINT DIRrCT IROM QOEFNSLAND

r\7ILLIAM 1NCLIS and «ON have received liistruc » » tions to sell I j auction as above

On account Mr T h ( RAIIAYf DARLING DOAVNS,

" "".." QLF1NSIAN0

3J SPECIAILY (001) HI VA Y stn I AfEDIUM

DRALUITS 4 , ml Ojeare oH all m the !ilil..-.2.f condition principal!) 1 roken in WORTHY THV AITINT10N 01 BRLWERS, Mil r i its i«. \v. v, ( ninnis CONTRAC 1011« AND OTHFRS

mir,rr¥,n,,0Ií.i,UA[ *DA IS1 S THFSE AS A PAR COMMEND 11IEM 1U1TI L\IR\ COM IDLNCL

On account Mr JAS I TULLOCH Leighton Park,

Scone

5 r,S5H r00Df STRONC THICIvSrT ACTF.F

I'ORSI ù al! ni the pinl of condition princln all} J an 1 6 vis o! I Mutable for MERCHANTS Í.ÍJÜL GUTCHrltS BAKLRS CROCFRS' P4Fc ,4-ND ALL UM)S «F BUSINESS i n' TO en antl Uliur0,ten Described as a

LriCIIIIlRDT AND ABBOTSFORD TRAMS PASS THF OATFS EURA ITAV-yilNLTtó

ATTRACTIVE AND TOT AITA LNRESERAED

AUCTION SALL

THIS DAY, AT 31 A li PROMPT,

On the premises

CRECÍ' T-OTEL, OXTORD SIRDET,

cllj (cor Pilmer stree ),

Under instructions from Miss SL.NHOLSJ

In consequence of demolition of premises by the

Citv Coumil

" The vvl ole of 1 rr

SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD PURNITURE

AND iirrcrs

hung th< content-, of

14 ROOM- KITCHEN an 1 LAUNDRY

mein line,

P and CHIN A WARI \ A sr« and OPN AMENTS. BEDltOOM SUITES DINING ROOM SUITE ¿IDE

BOARDS l\ ARDROBI r- COMB CHLSTS

DINING end other TVBIL- r HAIRS PICTURES.

OVLRMlNTlLS Mi A\ \S1I-T ANDS ' LPR1GHT PIANO! ORTI ly Hnreo. Chicago, BFD

STEADS and frDDiAC TOH FTKARb OUR TAIN'S au I BUNDS LINOLtUAIS THROUGH oin ctiTLntr, rte etc

\ "o

MARBIET01 TABLES 11 RLKA CAS S10H , large

RANGE ICI CHI'S 1 1IANCLI Sewing Machine 3 set» Billian] Ball-. 1 cwter Poth Gas Brackets and lock btoi I u i barrel as more full} de cribed in last cntunlij s is JO

H

DRMAN COHEN AND SON,

AlCTIONHRs

Offices and Alar!, l"i S Crorgc street North

Telephone, Gil} 11";

KOGAR\H

IMPORT ANT SALI BY AUCTION

SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD TURNITURE

AND llllCTs

NEXT WEDNESD-Yl NOV. 19, 1013,

AT 11 "0 AM SHARP

AT TIIL COMMODIOUS SALLROOAIS

of

HARRY V AVOOINOLOH

RAILAA iY PAIÎAI11 KOGARAH opposite KOGARA.U

STATION including

ISTFY ORGAN II SIOI'S ALI ISON PIANOrORTL Handsome soli 1 Oal lift «idebosrd Oil 1 alms.tand°

fcolid Oal OpL Dningioom Suite, Oak Lvt Table

0 \ 3 \ i

Otk Dinnei Waggon Palmstanls

Solid Oal Double B droom Suite 3 pc heaw

* ind Potcelain Double Bedstead complete Single Bedatea Is.

2 «ugle Be boom Suites Comb Clir«ti AWrdrobc Maiblc top Alafchslands ¡inlcllilag Di ian < hair 11 B Chairs, AA i I cr Cb ii« Seagram Settee

Sinc,<T Alachme Kitchen Dre sir Dinner Se s Tea Set" Clock«} Stretcher Kitchen 1 ihle Linoleum

HARRY ï> AVOOINOTJGH

1IIRNITURF and C1 NI RAL Al CTIIONI I R

offices 50 Goulburn street citi ( j hone 1 10 Ctt}

hog 511), will tell us aboie on account of several

owners

Removed to our Tooms for convenience of sale

ABSOIUTFLY WITHOUT RESERVE

,NB-Trade Buyers and others should attend -DRUM MO\ N E

TOO THOSE rURVISHING PRIA ATE BUYERS ETC

TOMORHOAV (TUESDAY I AT 11 0 CLOCK AM,

Al THI REsIlrNCI- AMND=0R

17 ALEXANDRA STRI IT OIT DAY STREET,

DRUAIMOY'NI

On Account of Proprietor relinquishing housekeeping

SUPrRIOR SURPILS HOUSEHOLD FURNTTURr

Includine Magnificent Collard and Collard TBON IS1-D AVALNUT PIANO! ORTE, upright Brand, of

rich mellow tone full tnclord nurdiasçd it» <ost of SBo High i lass modern AVALNUT SIDE HOARD beautifully carved with bevelled plateglass bael, a high class and supcior article Also General

Household Furniture

COULSTON AND 00 will sell lo morrow (Tuesday), at 11 am, AVithoit Reseñe _. M

Auctioneers -.ddress "03 Glebe road TcL 8Ï1 Cicle_

M

UNREDEEMED PI EDGES

THIS DAY MONDAY, NOVFMBER 17tH, at 11 A M

» G JENKINS

?A-has been instructed bv the NSAA Mont de Picte

D andII Coi , ltd to sell bv uution on their Preuves 71 Castlereagh street ill iiK ,.?0I"l?m* Unredeemed Pledge, as adler» ed on the 1-th in stant, con istiuc. of

ENGIISH AMERICAN, and CONTINENTAL

AAATUICS " . ,"" Rings Bangles Chains Brooches and a large

assortment of Miscellaneous Tcwcilcrj .

YÏ. TIIL SUIK1M1 COURT 01 NIAV S0U1U IVALLS 1 bhtriffs OfUce Sydney

l"th Noi ember 1013

KODAK (AUSTRALASIA), LTAtlTLD v C AAILUAMS

On MONDAY the l"th day of NOA EMBER 101S at

nora. Sie?« the Writ of Fieri Facias herein be pre îious'ly satisfied the Sheriff «ill cause o be^dbv

Public Auction at 1 0 and 1 1 on 5th Tloor, biHAftu ARCADE George street Entrance j. pimTn Tira STOCK IN TRADE and PLANT or a PIIOIO

T"EGKAPHLR ineliidins 2 Cameras, rurniturc, and

Effects Ca* Register| etc

rEI,C F B MAYBURY, Sheriff

BIDDULPH and SALLNGLB llalntiffs Attorneys

I"» Phillip street Sydncj_.. -"- ^nns DAY AT n so

i" , ï un itiro ctr \0 ttrot it* ?

^-M^iTATT^nrüTrrs-AÑTTmps

nils DAY \1 . O CLOCK SHARP

TTrm IW\|U «11 tj-VUCTION athis

H2 »IV-Vgeni^etÇi.j4 Stock of Dnpg.

iw.. i-i-ti,«: Oanicts Furni»luig" Slirti eiiouse»

Watches, Crockery, etc, ete.

_AHCHOW SALES.

ROSE BAY. .

UNRESERVED SALE BY AUCTION.

THIS DAY, MONDAY, 17th NOVEMBER. AT 11 A.M.,

r^\Zl}£\M-$m:*CK- i-ASTOODA,

«> NEWCASTLE-STREET, ROSE BAY.

UNDER INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE OWNER, IN

. CONSEQUENCE OF RELINQUISHING

HOUSEKEEPING.1

THE WHOLE OF THE FURNITURE

HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS,

THE FURNISHINGS Or^MNUSG, SITTING, AND

BREAKFAST ROOMS.

VALUABLE PIANOFORTE,

DY iTlIlr.SS;"î9,VîfnD MAKER, JULIUS FEURICII, IN

HANDSOME WALNUT CASE (UPRIGHT MODEL).

THE FURNISHINGS AND APPOLVTMENTS OP

THREE BEDROOMS.

NO. 407 EUREKA GAS STOVE. KITCHEN FURNI-

TURE. AND REQUISITES,

Etc., Etc., Etc.

ON VIEW THIS (MONDAY) MORNING PRIOR TO

JAMES R. LAWSON AND LITTLE,

i.£Ç5?ÎIïï,RE AND GENERAL AUCTIONEERS, lSs-WO PITT-STREET, NEAR KING-STREET.

SPECIAL SALE

ASïï!?S?Troi?'1TUIll3' OLD SILVER.

SHEFFIELD PLATE. OLD PICTURES

BOOKS.

-." _ . ct°.> <-'t0..

TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, WITHOUT ANY'RESERVE,

TO-MORROW, TUESDAY, NOV. l8,

AT 11 O'CLOCK. AM.,

at

THE CENTRAL AUCTION ROOMS

of

JAMES R. LAWSON AND LITTLE,

128 AND ISO PtTT-STREET, NEAR KINO-STREET,

THE TRUSTEES ESTATE °OF THE LATE

NORMAN SELF.

'ANTIQUES, LIMITED

(In Liquidation).

FOR AND ON fCÇO^JV VARIOUS ^INTERESTS,

of

VALUABLE WORÎCS OP ART

MAGNIFICENT HOME APPOINTMENTS.

INCLUDING,

A RARE COLLECTION OP OLD CHINA.

SEVRES CHINA TEA AND DESSERT 8ERVIOES, '

OLD SHEFFIELD PLATE AND SILVER.

PURE CARRARA MARBLE

STATUARY, BRONZES,

r" . H^S1^ P,ICTURES AND BOOKS,

forming the Collection of the late Norman Self.

The Pictures are principally scenes in and around

old Sydney," and in many instances very rare, r-nd valuable examples.

Also,

FIVE-INCH THEODOLITE AND TRIPOD, DUMPY

MENTs' and QUAXTITY SURVEYORS' 1NSTRÜ

FURNITURE,

THE FEW PIECES OF FURNITURE TO BE FOUND

IN THE CATALOGUE

ARE OP A HIGHLY INTERESTING AND UNIQUE

CHARACTER,

FOR IT INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING

VERY RARE SPECIMENS.

OLD SHERATON DISPLAY TABLE.

PAIR OP EXQUISITE PIETRA DURA PEDESTALS.

HANDSOME CARVED AN» GILT SUITE,

?rf fine Early English workmanship on French lines,

snd upholstered in Old Crbnson Damask.

ADAM HALL TABLE,

SMALL MARQUETERIE BUREAU.

WALNUT MARQUETERIE BUREAU.

PAIR FINE OLD SATINWOOD COMMODES.

BILLIARD TABLE, PULL" SIZE,

BY ALCOCK and CO.. FITTED WITH THE LATEST

IMPERIAL LOW CUSHIONS, TOGETHER WITH

M.ÙSSING.BOARD, CUE RACK. AND CUES, SET IIOViOLINE BILLIARD BALLS, AND ALL NE CESSljtY APPURTENANCES, COMPLETE, AND IN EJCClf-LEX. ORDER.

NOTE.-It is quite impossible in the limited space

of an »advertisement to in any degree do justice to the ferace and beauty of several pieces of Early Engllslr and Froich Furniture mentioned above. Collecte«^ and Connoisseurs should uot fail \a in-

spect.

Also.

A SMALL QUANTITY

of

WINE.

princlpally'tBurgundy and Claret, fully matured,

.over 7 years in cellar.

ON VIEW, OÏ THE GROUND FLOOR OF OUR

SPACIOUS AMD CENTRAL AUCTION ROOMS,

128 and 130 PITT-STREET, NEAR KING-STREET,

THIS DAY, MONDAY. 17th NOVEMBER,'

and

WILL BE SOLD BY AUCTION

TO-MORROW.

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER l8, AT 11 A.M.

TAMES R. LAWSON AND LITTLE,

U AUCTIONEERS.

TAMES K. LAWSON AND LITTLE ** WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, WITHOUT RESERVE. ON WEDNESDAY NEXT, 19th NOV., AT

11 O'CLOCK A.M..

. ON «IE PREMISES, No. 14 YORK-STREET

(Near Barrack-street).

JLVSSIVE OAK SIDEBOARDS.

SOLID OAK ROLL-TOP DESKS.

JAPANESE BRAfiSWARU AND BRONZE GOODS.

SILK CREPE, TUSSORE AND GRASS LINEN EM-

BROIDERED ROBES, LACE, SILKS, and LINEN GOODS, CARVED SCREENS, PORCELAIN TEA,

SETS, Etc., Etc.

.Nom INSTRUCTIONS FROM 'THE EMPORTER,

TO CLOSE ACCOUNTS.

ON VIEW TO-MORROW, TUESDAY, from 10 o'clock a.m. to a p.m.. and on WEDNESDAY MORNING

PRIOR TO SALE.

Auctioneer's Offices: 128, ISO ritt-»treet, near King

street.

THIS DAY.

JOHN P. LISTER will sell hy auction, nt hi» Rooms,

892 Pitt-Etrect, the Unredccmd Pledges pawned ?with Mr. J. Benjamin, of 451 Oxford-street, Paddington.

At 11 o'clock, Olothinc. Boots, Blankets, etc. At 3.80 o'clock. Sundries and Jewellery.

rWDËR OP ££EE

SHARES, CITY, and SUBURBAN PROPERTIES

FOR AUCTION SALE,

IN THE ROOMS. 183 PITT-STREET,

NEXT WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 10th, 1913,

at 11.S0 a.m.

SHMtES.-OIVIL SERVICE CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY,

LTD. _

All the OFFICWI» ASSIGNEE'S RIGHT, TITLE, and

INTEREST (ii any) in and to certain mort-

gages, etc.

MOSMAN.-An artistic Home, "VILLA BOSA," Middle

Head-road.

CITY-WOOLLOOMOOLOO: Shop and House, No. 161

and 163 CROWN-STREET.

DARLINGTON. - W.B. Cottage, No. 29 SHEPHERD-

STREET.

BANKSTOWN. - Shop and Residence, CHAPEL-ROAD.

HARDIE and GORMAN PROPRIETARY, LTD.,

Auctioneers.   A GEM - ASHPlELD.

PAPEETE, the attractive home of Mr. Finckh,

No. 39 MILTON-STREET, ASHFIELD

and adjoining residence of T. WADDELL, M.L.A

The COTTAGE is comfortable and in good condition,

of brick, slate roof, verandahs all round, hall, 4 main rooms and 3 upstairs bedrooms, hall and boxroom, bathroom, pantries, kitchen, laundry, man's room, and several useful work and other rooms. Numerous fowlhouses and yard. Glass- house, etc, etc. .

The flowers, plants, and trees garden is almost   unique, a veritable delight in variety and design of ground, apart from the fruit feature for house use.  

To those seeking a charming home, quiet and pic- turesque, at tram stop, via Ashfield Railway Train, attention to PAPEETE is directed.    

LAND has 100 feet frontage MILTON-STREET x 270 feet, and additional side paddock and fruit trees of 60 feet to Cromwell-street by a long depth.

AUCTION SALE. FRIDAY, 21st NOVEMBER,

at our Rooms, 98 Pitt-street, at 11.30,  

RICHARDSON AND WRENCH, LTD.

COOGEE, NEAR THE SEA.

TWO FINE BUILDING SITES, Lots 1 and 2, Section 1.

Coogee Glen Estate, each having 48ft. frontage to ALLISON-STREET, near Mount-street, depth 150ft. Torrens Title. Plan on view at the Rooms. Auc- tion Sale at the Rooms. 98 Pltt-street, on FRIDAY, 21st NOVEMBER, at 11.30 a. m.

RICHARDSON AND WRENCH, LTD.

   

AUCTION SALES.

BLACKWATTLE BAY, GLEBE POINT.

WATER FRONTAGE PROPERTY. having 67ft. 3in.

frontage to the WATERS of BLACKWATTLE BAY. with a depth of 314ft. on one side, and 306ft 6in. on the other, extending back to LEICHHARDT-   STREET, together with the commodious brick store and engine shed, also House and Boatshed thereon,

occupied by Hubbard, boatbuilder.

One of the FEW AVAILABLE WHARF PROPERTIES

on the WATER FRONT of SYDNEY HARBOUR. in the ACTIVE CENTRE of BLACKWATTLE BAY.

RICHARDSON and WRENCH, Ltd. (in conjunction

with F. L. ARTLETT, Glebe), will sell hy auc-. lion, at the Rbom«, 96 Pitt-street, on FRIDAY, 21st

NOVEMBER, at 11.30 a.m..

The above WATER FRONTAGE at GLEBE

POlNT. TORRENS TITLE.

(779)    

A SHOP, COTTAGE, and HOUSE. Nos. i to 8 CREEK.

STREET, elote to Upper-road, and handy to the trains at Hereford-street stopping-place. They arc built of brick, on stone foundations. Two con- tain each 4 moms, kitchen, and washshed, and one contains 5 rooms, kitchen, and waslishcd. In the ,iard of one is a stable and cartshed of wood. Loud 60ft to CREEK-STREET, and 00ft to HEREFORD STREET. Tlie latter frontage is vacant. Title Torrens. RENTAL £127 Ss PER ANNUM.

Auction Sale, at the IloomF, OS Pitt-street, on

FRIDAY, 21st NOVEMBER, at 11.30 a.m. RICHARDSON and WRMCH, ltd.

_j_(77») 1_TENNYSON.-I.bt. 11), Sect, 4, Tennyson Estate,

66ft to Beach-street. 201ft to Bay Vlew-btrcct, ddwn to waters of Parramatta River.

2.-BURWOOD.-Lot 1, Sett. B, Mormn Estate. 52

feet 4 inches to WANT-STREET, 140ft to STAN-

LEY-STREET.

3.-SPRINGWOOD.-Lots 39 and 40, subd., each S

ACRES, fite. Burns-road.

t.~SPRINGWOOD.-Lots 1, 5 to S, and IS and 19,

Somers Estate, 7 blocks, arcas ranging from 13 acres to 0* ncrc¡. Title Torrens to all the lots. Auction Sale, at the Rooms, OS Pitt-street, on

FRIDAY. 21sl NOVEMBER.

at 11.30 a.m.

RICHARDSON AND WRENCH,- LTD.

_ 077)

NEWTOWN.

TWO two-slorv HOUSES and n COTTAGE, No«. 29 to

M CIIURCH-STRCET, opposite the Rectory, clow to King-sticet. Thev aro built, of brick on stone foundations., two contain each 0 rooms, bathroom, ond washhouse, and one contains 1 rooms, bath- room, kitchen, mid washhouse. Land 52ft 2in s SSft back lo n larc. Torrens Title. RENTAL £12*

16s PER ANNUM.

Auction Sale, at the Rooms. 93 Pitt-street, on FRIDAY. 21st NOVEMBER, at H.30 ».ra. MOIIARDSON »nd WRENCH, Ltd.

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DARLI NUÏÏWST,

BETWEEN BAYSWATER-ROAD AND ELIZABETH

HAY-ROAD. -""-"v FIVE TWO-STORY HOUSES, Nos. 53 to 01 ROSLYN

STREET, built of brick (cemented) on stone foun- dation, with verandahs (tiled) and balcony in front, and containing each half-hall, 6 rooms, bath- room, pantry, kitchen, and washhouse, fuel sheds of wood. Land 08ft s 151ft Hin on one side along a lane and 110ft 3in on the other, width at

rear about. 04ft 3in. Torrens Title.

RENTAL, £435 10s P>ER ANNUM.

A CAPITAL INVESTMENT PROPERTY in a CHOICE RESIDENTIAL QUARTER of the CITY, a GOOD LET-

TING POSITION.

RICHARDSON and WRENCH, LTD., will «eil by

auction, at the Rooms, OS Pitt-street, on FRIDAY. 21st NOVEMBER, at 1L30 a.m.,

The above TERRACE OF HOUSES, ROSLYN

STREET. DARLINGHURST.

". A. RICHARDSON, liq., 98 Pitt-street, Owner*« Solicitor. _'761)

CORNER PREMISES, KOGARAH.

REGENT and PREMIER STREETS, bael; to lane.

Developing into Valuable ¡-hop Position.

Immediately opposite Public School Grounds.

Double-fronted Cottage of brick, rcnicntad and paint-

ed, hlatc roof, -verandah (tiled) in front, verandah at rear, hall, eight rooms, kitchen, bathroom, and washshed. __ The LAND has 50 feet frontage to REGENT-STREET,

hy a depth of 120 feet along PREMIER-STREET, extending to a lane. TORRENS TITLE.

To n proposing Shopkeeper or Speculator for con- verting into business premises, this is a good chance to acquire a property for that object. Rental, £05

'AUCTION SALE, FRIDAY, 2Lst NOVEMBER,

at our Rooms, OS Pltt-strcct, at 11.30.

»ICHARDSON AND WRENCH, LTD. w

(775)

SANS SOUCI LAND SALE,

ON THE GROUND, 3 P.M., NEXT SAlURDAY,

TORWOOD ESTATE,

THIRTY-THREE GOOD BUILDINÜ SITES,

at the corner of ROCKY POINT-ROAD

and

RAMSGATE-ROAD, (Estate late JOHN McCALL.)

at the Irani lil Section.

FRONTAGES about 50ft, DEPTHS 1*3 to 150 feet.

' Splendid Building Lots, at the corner of two

impoitant thoroughfares, and commanding water

views.

TERMS LIBERAL. 10 per cent, deposit, balance ex-

tending over 3 or 5 year» at 5 per cent, per

annum.

TITLE TORRENS. Lithos. ready.

W. A. MAZE, Esq., 0 Moorc*trect, citv,

Is Solicitor to the Estate.

"RICHARDSON AND WRENCH, LTD., XIJ AUCTIONEERS. (763)

WEST END PARK. ESTATE;

ENFIELD, Near ASHFIELD.

2.Min. from Tram, 8 Min. from Campsie Station. 2 Min. from Tram, 8 Min. from Campsie Station.

£1 Deposit, 10/ Monthly for every £30 Purcnasa Money. £1 Deposit, 10/ Monthly for every £30 Purchase Money. £1 Deposit, 10/ Monthly for every £30 Purchase Money.

NO INTEREST FOR SIX MONTHS.

ISO LOTS. GRASS LAWN. 180 LOTS. GRASS LAWN.

GOOD BUILDING LAND. NEAR THE CITY GOOD BUILDING LAND. NEAR THE OlTY\

TORRENS TITLE. { TORRENS TITLE. V

3MAS CAKES to EVERT BUYER. XMAS CAKES lo EVERY BUYER. XMAS HAMS. See advertisement»,

BLACKWOOD'S

GREAT OPENING SALE Of! TECH

SEASON.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22nd, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22nd,

AT" 3 O'CLOCK. AT 3 O'CLOCK.

Hundreds Waiting. BUILDERS, Come Out. Hundred» Waiting. BUILDERS, Come Out.

Men of Moderato Means, take

TRAIN TO ASHFIELD. TRAM TO ENFIELD. TRAIN TO ASHFIELD. TRAM TO ENFIELD.

GET A PLAN. It is our own land.

A RTHÜR BLACKWOOD, 1 ?*-*? AUCTIONEER,

SAVINGS BANK-CHAMBERS, HAYMARKET. (EST. 1000.)

Gov. Dir, United Land and Investment Soc, Ltd.

Author. Cap., £50,000. Abo at BRISBANE.

TURRAMURRA.

BIG BLOCKS OF LAND, depth 210It.

on

"ORCIIARDÜALI1 ESTATE."

Auction Sale,

NEXT SATURDAY. AT 3 P.M.

Onlv £2 Deno.-it, £1 Monthly. Toricns Title. Send or write for Plan.

TTTJOH DUFF and CO.. 2S3 George-street,; and JJ. Chatswood,

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;«0.\I).V1K.YTAL JIVsON^Sl\-ií'íí,¥..W»«»m«b

TAK^OTl^^ÎrvStSï»^

MONDAY, ivt DUCniIÜER7\uÄ\fcilf* 2 P.m., and al ,wh ntll p^ "",! ?' th=L boor oí | sequent da}.- "s the Boird « aZiÄoU»'*

the sah] Application. ."Wat, to ««su

TAKE NOTICE UUO that » ,"" J .

zre1-'1.',,,',T",' . "i? *¿A*, c ."STBOJA.^ -

naiko am direction to the apnliationJSv' ? ''

Jeclion to the Application, with tir n!Sr*- a &

KrÄs;^,,riBtw-to»wS artas

lAIvL NOriOr aLo that Vou may be k*rf c

MipUeation "nd iruv letcrtninethatIS iSwA

coi cr auj ircns which mav h, «,tl,,n it. T??**

Dated this ra ?a, ^oWtsto".fe.*-**

ANN»\i ni \,nossfI;L ChiUnrnnofttatat

ANNlXLni -lloiirs 44 Mate! H/ ",rJ,ÎTL

time rite time ind a lulf till imdoiékf'ttM provision for light shift 1 olida,s taïdS. work settlement of Piecework Rates RSS.«**' Al orl me Co,, litio i< Waites rtaÄS" < Preference lull pirticular, of the Chlm «»ÏW

tuned free of elia,ae from ÎH05LAS jSaflA*

nf r" YA all or itreel Rrdfrrn ?".lu

rjWZ MILLIONS --,

OF N.aw.

LUNCHEON TO

THE RIGHI' HON.SIF GEORGE BOCSTOS BOB,

High Commissioner of the Commonwtiltli of Aiiitnü,

TOWN HALL, SYDNEY,

ON MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17, isa,

at 12.45 p.»»i. durn.

Members and Cltirenj desirous of ttteaikj tt

mo Ad" A" C"ly aPPUratl0n fwI»*Eir«l»4

R. W. LENEHAN,

Di-son-bmlding», ' Ho,L Statta''

C1 Pitt-street, Sydney.

ENGLISH AGENC\ -The Lndcrsipjcti estikliihd

upwards of GO years tontine thcmtelru «du eivcly to a fencr~l Coraiiiission Business, are w11 acquainted with \ustnlian requirements and pasca specül fuuhlits for purchasing poods to the best id \antigc in the Tuglisli aid Continental markets.

In de at3 should lie avcompanicd hy cash rcroittinco, r banl letters of credit to ensure full trade du count** Accounts salen of produce under cotaignitiä rendered pioinpti>, nnd net proceeds remitted « Is

? Lsted to order

The fchjppii s Department has been largely derriopej of lau \nr< an j ulure indents are cent ¿Erect to manufacturers the shipment and Insurance of the |t»di ure effected upon the most (mourabie terms,

Il S LLO\D an! CO,

40 King street Cheapside London B.C.

C

OAHIlMHilUU UlNNllttoMr \A J fl JUSA

"?rgents Abri et street èidneji THIS Dil,

November 1" it ü IO p in

Chairman The A en rim Il,e Dean of Sydao On behilf ot the Committee

_HMUNfVON II COAVTFR Hon. 5K.

herebv A ltLtti ivy ti oin all \trcnt« our ft» pcrtv in Cliurch street Ashfield

A\- CUtMNLIt and Co, LTD, Sydney

Iiov lo Jill"

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UlCIl Ï'AIXTÏNCI AKT la ION POSlPO\lD"t'dl NIAI fa VTU D v\ hiiid.lv call tor the butti

Cor ran faaatlD.

_i83 Pitt itreeljitr

Ii Contiactors for Bricklajn g at Muston stn«

Mosman rio not finish their work at on« its «¡ti f,et it fliii-lif I at their risk and «pent, n Urrcll ml Son_ II the pir=o"i living in Lue Cove-road dpi

not eea'e iiinojiuir mi, iurthcr proceediají mil i

tal cn

Allia T Iff) ' lane Cove road ti Sydney

IAV1LL. NO1 le icsponsililo for my DLBT3 centrtócJ

in inv name without no ii ritten authontq AUBRE1 13QAVA11Í U Aloncnr street AAoolblra_ V^OUti -1 yutliliiw Ilio «ale of nu Grocer» Bm -L.\ ne >, from O' aeeui \\ Contar, grocti Darling mil Ailolpl u. ft i-eta Balma!,_ IA\ II I not bo iespon«ible for any DeMi »itnchdtj

inv pilton without nu signature hubert Jena M'i liopertv in llarlourst jumma, ii vrftMnrt

from ale from all agts Crompton Bore-it, Ulm. AUIIIDHAW LOH ACL for Sale from ill «ot

I J I evv mg» Al arerlcv _

FURNITURE, ETC

vi mcTORi inowRooM \ouDU_rai"« AOTLAL V UiER \I 1 \CTORT COST BBRO ATONG *.\Y IlRNI=m\a CATALOGUE. OUR PRIOIS I OR SAME GOODS 11 TO "0 PEB CEST OUEU'ER rREMENDOLS SIOCK OV MBH t> OCH

10 000 I LIT SHOWROOM«

\LL M \ RUED IN PLAIN F1GÜBE8.

YOU CAN SIM, AS ON 1011? BEEBOOM EOT!. COTTUFS riTNlSHED THROUGHOUT from OIN

BLPrnß HOVL1- IV Olli OR MVPLE Oi VIEW,

£60

SOLID AMnilCYN 0\h DINING BOOM WBOlr STLRED Stlri-N _I/1V6 LLSLWIlERt, £7

WL MINI 1 vCTbltfc 1ROM IN Y DESIGN L\ VMIRICAN IND SUAI OVh MAPLE BLICMOOP ROS1WOOD C1D\H Ltc I ROM WELL SEASONED TIMBER 11RS! CL i«S « Oltl M VXSMP

ICE C1ILSP MUvLR

Countij Oilrs I ail ed rntF IREEDEL1VEBÏ B\ OUR OUN CUTS YiITHlN lo MILI- OF EH0H ROOMS Open 10 p m Trida e

ELLIOTTS 1 VCTORI AND SHOW BOOMS Cre «c1

VNNVSDAM Niar TIMM SHED

B\LMMN inVM TO POOH lil from Station

C1I1LA1 -CllUKS (10 ODO) Braced, American, ä

' Al btriai tis Eu j Revolvías Invalids CbU dieu s Iligl lclluih *mcr Oak Upholstered Dm Ins room Suites ¿4/18/6 Oak BeiMeads, 6S» Séculaire Hool ai e Bedroom Mi tes Tremendous etoc«, clcaraicc IHIOfli 430rorecst o|| Cittsird,

URNITURL

ON TIME PA\MENT AT CASH PRICES.

a.5 wortl js deposit 2s 6d weekly ¿10 «ortli ]0s dipoíit 3s M weekly £15 worth Os deposit 6s «cckly £20 worth 30s deposit 6s weekly

HOUSES FURMSIIFD TO £100 ON EWY TERM.

J DEVENISH 377 PITTSTBFET

1 near Lil erpool street 1 doors from F»j s Boot Sat«,

No Lxtia Clnrpe for Terms.

PURNITURL ON GiUATLY ßtüLCbD TEfuli

We Manufacture our 1 uiuiturc of Best HatcniU, and can sell at Cash 1 rices on TITJIS

£5 wortl os dcposii s 6il weeUy £10 worth 10s deposit Sa Cd weekly £lj worth "Os ucpo.it, 5a vecklj £ 0 wortl *, depo it Ca weekly

_JQ worth ai I up ian terras in propert* Houses n rushed Completel including Bcdclotho, rioor Materials Curtain» Kitchen Ucnsls,

Beautifu Bedroom and Dining roora Suites Oak ail Walnut Drawing roora Suites Bedsteads, «11 co

ours Werthilm Sewing Machines cash or teran, Ire» £3 las CHARLES IQIKSBERG *8 Wüllann-td.

TJIL^NTTURE-REBUILDINa SALE. _ _ JD Owing to the great demand on our B«a!i«tt¡ Furniture, no are compelled to oor_uitndu7 «no1 our premises «nd we are now offering e»r cn» «wo at price« far below Factory Cost.

BEL, YOUR HOME FURNISHED IS SOUD OAK

»OK £4j

D J McOALLUH AND CO,

45 and lia Oxford street,

PADDINGTON

F

VX7E Specialise la House Purnltun, ti tv i »v cash for anything Manuel, aticUoaeer,

i .^ NcvUwn Ttl- J"> Marton.

| \ON r bell your r-urniturc to anyone until yoi ?»-' get my pnce Manuel auctioneer, lil Kins ttreot Newtown Tel 200 Newtown____ 17IUKMTU1U. BOUGHT «ny quantity, fair déaTfifét

? cash Dean 137 Parnunatu rd Campcrdtfftt.

OFFICE lURNITUltL lostmg and Roll top Dei»

J P Lister IM I m st nr Goulburn ti

F

DAI MISÍl nil Buy som- second hand rUIPl 1 I Lill foi cash no dealciä IT Oxford PO

OR "IAII well fu'intbtd Hou'o, 0 rnu

=11 (rt

rOUXTBY, DOGS, ETC.

JOLLTRY I OR EÍFOBT AVanted 1OO0O nCAD o' all classes HIGHEST Hill Ktr I'RIOLS given SPOT OAblI Cart! will «11 city or suburbs for any quanti ) Country leiten

will receive prompt attention

ïv 1J -Ko Com uissioa or Cartage Charge«.

JOSLP't MOORE

2a Harbour street

Tel City 1 a1!_

N INCUBATOI! that cannot bo beaten, either ii price or as a sucec^ful hatcher made by Incala tor experts dircit frotr factory to customer, savins middleinci s huee prof Holds To cass Cdrap I (raine«, Sinujlex Incubator« 30IA Pitt st Si lne> nr ParLtt. TURKEYS Chickens Fowls. Duck! wanted any

quantity for export He buy by live weiaat ia cartage or commission charges bend for price list

_HYLAND Exporter» Hams-street, 'tdney .

FOR Sale jounp: Blue Cittlo Dos and Titel, inched

eirs G I it I er SlnftMbiirv ra Bl mood

H

EN and H ClncU Ila bet '« 13 ¿is 100 CU !0i

del fre 1 arl Aruclift iel hoe V

DUTHA -All ela « leight casa dora t ary

qiui titi at libcnl pnces from am pjrt of "tate Curtí i ill J iilv in suburl » Vi d io" pr1«. 1 t

\ ASILO i7 1 hail eil stJ ret

CAI1S AND DIVIDENDS ON SHABE« T' Iib MOUNT LYtLL MINLNO RA1L1V AY CO LTD

IMAIOLND Is and 3d Total iíOtó« dec'a i ratable December 16, close November ?)

D O LVMSDL.N. ^^

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