ífJOBERTS' WHISKY. , ,,
1 - MAKES CHRISTMAS HAPPY ". "" I IN THE COOD OLD WAY.
] A CHRISTMAS BOX PURCHASED AT
OtlERTs.' WINE mid SPIRIT STORES,
irti .,'IA,ÍUí,f.T-ST,tE,iT' NEXT GEORGE-STREET._" TH II HOME OF THF. BEST LIQUORS, AT THE
; LOWEST PRICES),
IS A GIFT ALWAYS APPRECIATED.
NOW IS THE TIME TO DO IT.
ROBERTS' PRICE LIST.
ELKDRATEIJ WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS, 2/4 and 4/4. i 'Jlí,v's8 FAMOUS 4-CROWN WHISKY, 4/. i O AN IlEGG'S WHISKY, 4/3.
OIIN JAMESON'S 10-yonr-old DUB. WHISKY, 7/. OIIN JAMESON'S (".) DUBLIN W1USKY, 5/. ?TllREE GEES" WHISKY, 4/8.
¡HY MONOPOLE CHAMPAGNE, 07, VII.
JIOKT AND CHANDON'S CHAMPAGNE, 6/. 1!/. j'O.MMERY CHAMPAGNE, 6/, 12/.
¡"til IHUn JOUET CHAMPAGNE (1906 vint.), «/, 1Î/. (UIARLUS HIRDSIECK CHAMPAGNE, 6/, 12/.
,iRU(;'S Cll \MPAGNE, Tho London Tonic, 6/, 12/. RROY SPI.CIAL CLU1) CH VMPAONE, 0/, 12/.
OOHEY'S STANDARD PALE ALE, Od, 5/0 per doz. .-OOIU'.Y'S NOURISHING STOUT, fld, 5/0 per doz. lOllEK'IS' VERY PALE OLD SCOTCH, 6/.
10BKHTS' EXTRA SPECIAL WHISKY, 6/. 10BERTS' THREE-STAR WHISKY, 4/6.
IORKRTS' FINE OLD GLENLIVET, 4/. «OHEHTS' SPECIAL OLD SCOTCH, 3/6. 1HAMROCK WHISKY, Imp. Qts., 4/6. ÎOUTII AUSTRALIAN PORT, 2/6. JIINTER RIVER PORT, 2/0.
.Í.8.W. CLARCT, li; Small Bottles, 6d, 4d. 'ALE JAMAICA RUM, 3/, 4/, Gj.
CHERTS' TUREE-SIAR W.I. RUM, 2/6, 4/, 6/. AUSTRALIAN PORT, 1/0.
INK OLD PALE BRANDY, 4/.
FOREIGN PORTS AND SHERRIES. 2/6, 8/«. .
ROBERTS' WINK mu SPIRIT STORES, ' * (DIRECT IMPORTERS.)
MARKET-STREET. N'iXT Gl'.ORCE-BTREKT.
TUESDAY, DECIÎMBKR 30.
i SPECIAL TRAINS will leave Sydney for Kembla Grange at 0.65 a m. (Uor-es), 10.30 a.m., and 11.2 'a.m., nnd leave Kembla Grange on returp at 4.53 p.m., 5.7 p.m., and 5.23 p.m.
COMRINED TICKETS, including Return .Journey and Admission to the Racecourse and Grandstand, wiir be issued at Sydney Booking Office (only) by abov
Further particulars obtainable from Stationmasters.
Jtt-152)_J. S. SPURWAY, Secretary.
CRICKET MATCH AT SYDNEY CRICKET GROUND
(New Zealand v New South_Walcs).
MONDAY, December 29.-A special service of trams will be run to the Sidney Cricket Ground'from Cir- cular Quay and Railway-square Loop, commencing at
J. S. SPURWAY,
rpiIE LITTLE THEATRE, |J- CASTLEUEAGH-STREET.
Sub-leased from . Little Theatres, Ltd.
DIRECTION . WILTON WELCH.
MATINEE, NEW YEAR'S DAY.
»resents an Absorbing Drama of the White Slave
THE WARNING. : 1HB WARNING.
IT IS THE SIXTH WEEK OF SUCCESS.
EVERY COUNTRY VISITOR SHOULD SEE IT.
It is a Story of a Country Girl lured away from a City Hotel by White Slave Agents, and her subse- quent adventures till rescued.
A POWERFUL PLAY. A POWERFUL CAST.1
The Brilliant Young Fi ench-Australian Actress.
BOX PLAN PALING'S. Day Sales at M'Namara's Hook Shop, next Theatre.
PRICES: Ros.. 4/, 3/, 2/, 1/.
IHK TIVOLI THEATRE TANGO TEA! Tuesday. Jan.
Olli. 3.30 to 5 30. Watch further announcements.
WHITE CITY BY BOA I',
rpiIE WHITE Ul'J
The Sydney Ferries Company's Steamers leave Milson'« Point lia Fort Macquarie, to Rushcutters Bay (White City Wharf), NIGHTLY.
- ..laaiiasra RETURN FARE, "w"rT
rNCLUDING ADMISSION TO THE WHITE CITY,
Come to the "City," , and carry nway
the laugh and the lilt of a joy laden day. -,
?WHITE CITY. WHITE CITY. WHITE CITY. WHITE CITY. WHITE CITY. WHITE CITY. WniTE CITY. WHITE CITY. WHITE CITY. WHITE CITY.
NIGHTLY: 6.30 to 11 P.M. _ ""^Tuï! WEDS. AND SATS., 2 TO 11 P.M.
ÏHURSDAY. NEW YEAR'S DAY, 10 A.M. TO 11 P.M.
WHITE CITY. WHITE CITY. , WHITE CITY. W1HTE CITY.
WHITE CITY. WHITE CITY. .
Made for Merriment.- -#íi?J Fashioned for Fun- v¿á_i. The Mecca of the Merrymaker. .._
WHITE CITY. WHITE CITY. WHITE CITY. WHITE CITY. WHITE CITY. WHITE CITY.
THE SAVOLAS, THE BAVOLAS, THE SAVOLAS, THE SAVOLAS,
Demons on the High Wire.
THE DEOARS, THE DECARS, THE DEOARS, THE DEOARS,
And Tomato-tho Ass.
MISS MARIE THELTN,
America's Premier Fire Diver.
Dives from a burning platform Blxty feet in the air-enveloped in flames, '
| Children naif-Price Afternoons, until 5 p.m. ~~-v_,i...., -
-"*"*' There are Two Entrances:
Tou take tho Ocean-street,
»Watson's Eav; or y Bellevue Hill Tram. '
Whisper "WniTE CIT'-T*' to the 'Conductor, and
»o'll do the rest.
General Manager, T. H. ESLICK, C.E. T
HE TIVOLI THEATRE TANGO TEA! Tuesday. Jan.
nth. 3.30 to 5.30. Watch further announcements.
rpOWN HALL, _ SYDNEY. MONDAY MIDDAY~~ÖRGAN RECITAL,
THE USUAL MONDAY MIDDAY ORGAN RECITAL will be given at the Town Hall, Sydney, TO DAY, MON'DAA. the 20th December, 1013, at 1.15 p.m.,
"lien the City Organist. Mr. ERNEST TRUMAN, A Ü.C.O., l.eipslc, R.C.M., will render the following PROGRAMME;
j. "Washington Post March" . Sousa
" "Amtra'si Dance" /. Grieg *t' Paraphrase "Drink to Mc Only with Thine
l\cs"..'. Truman 4. Oicrture, "The Bohemian Girl" . Balfe
GOD SAVE THE KING.
J. U ADMISSION FREE.
THOMAS II. NESBITT,
Town Ila", Sydney, T°T &"*?
pith December, 1013. _"_____
MMÎË-TÏVOI..r THEATRE TANGO TEA I Tuesday. Jan. \L 0th 3 30 to 5.30. Watch further announcements.
IIIF"7Ó0L0G1CAI< GARDENS.-A GnrdcijTcf Living \ iiiinrc''for the Iteration and Education of the
Own «cek dava 0.30 a.m. to 6 p.m., bu-id«s to Bp ni. Week. Dajs: Adults Od. Children 3d. ' ¿d. Id.
«.iVlT'Trlp. Upper Lane Cove, -'rom Circular Wa nï. to 2 p.m. Far^JL/itLC!!!'1!!T^.
rtHÊXTRE TAKGO TF.A1 Tuesday, Jan.
6.30. Watch lurthcr announcements.
J. O. WILLIAMSON'S THEATRES.
J. C. WILLIAMSON, Ltd. '
<_ - ,., M?u»ging Director«:
oeo. Tallis. Hugh J. w»rd, Clyde MeynelL
General Manager: E. J. Tait,
Plana To-day at Paling's from 9.30 to 5 p.m. | HER MAJESTY'S.
I Tin: BIGGEST'HIT THAT EVERY STRUCK SYDNEY.
LVERY EVENING, AT 7.45.
Vnnîï MATINEES THIS WEEK. .nn-XU5i£.,MATINKES T1"s WEEK.
B;°NKSDAY THURSDAY, SATURDAY. WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, SATURDAY.
BIGGER THAN A PANTOMIME.
THE REVUE OF REVUES.
A Delirium of Delight
aRE"ATr HARVEST OF HUMOUR, SONGS, DANCES,
BALLETS. SPECTACLE, SPECIALTIES, NOVELTY,
COME OVER HERB. COME OVER HERE.
1 Adapted by FRANK DIX.
The Most Stupendous I.iitcrtnlnmcnt ever Staged in
Ideal Holiday Attraction.
MATINEES, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, AND
, FUR KlUDlha, AND UHOWN-UPS, TOO.
Plans- from 6 p.m. To-day at Her Majesty's Office, Market-strict. Day Sale at Calloso'«.
ROOKING ANNOUNCEMENTS.-So great is the de- mand for scats for "Come Over Here " that the Man .gimont will THIS MORNING open Plaus at Paling's
I ?>- a fortnight ahead.
THEATRE ROYAL.' . ' - :
' ' i '
HOLIDAY COMEDY SEASON. . MATINEE NEW YEAR'S DAY.
TO-NIGHT. 'AT 8.
supported by . / ,, HtENE BROWNE
And a Specially Selected Company,
BERNARD SHAW'S GREATEST PLAY,
MAN AND 'SUPERMAN.
JULIUS KNIGHT . », . John Tanner Irene Browne . as . Ann Whitefield
A Comedy to act you Laughing and Thinking.
The 40/60 self-starting, electric light fitted Cadil hl' n?.c.d .in AFl 2> suPP'led by John McGrath, Ltd.,
Plan from 5 p.m., with Day Sale, at Hill's, Castlc
CRITERION. . .
i ANOTHER LAUGHING SUCCESS.
- ANOTHER LAUGHING SUCCESS.
THREE MATINEES THIS WEEK. ' ' _THREE MATINEES THIS WEEK.
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, SATURDAY. WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, SATURDAY. WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, SATURDAY.
Thrills, Surprises, and Convulsions. . Thrill», Surprises, and Convulsions. Thrills, Surprises, and Convulsions.
TO-NIGHT, AT 8.15. TO-NIGHT, AT 8.15.
FRED. NIBLO aria JOSEPHINE COHAN,
WITH J. O. WILLIAMSON'S
CLEVER COMPANY OF COMEDIANS. *»
In ' ?
OFFICER 666. v By Augustin M'Hugh.
sith Day Sale, at White Rose,
E TANGO TEA1 Tuesday, Jan. Watch further announcements.
ATATIONAL ' _AMPHITHEATRE.
THE HOME OF CLEAM VAUDEVILLE.
Fuller-Brcnnan Vaudeville. Circuit of Australia ana
Governing Director. ¿cn. J, Fuller.
? TO-NIGHT, AT 8,
CHRISTMAS VAUDEVILLE PANTOMIME.
A Revue of America'» and Europe's Muslo Hau
tioadlincra, comprising more than
. TUlltTK AK'USTS
In a Programme of Unusual Excellence ana
HUNT L!_WJä 'inn oiuuja AT HOaUS. DO-NT LEAVE 'IHK KlUUlbiä AT HOMb.
M'EOIAL ADDED ATlKA-TTOhD
,' . ' AIRLIE and CAMPBELL. . t MAlt&ll LITTLE.
"SCOTTY," the Sketching Scot.
PLAN AT THEATRE. NO BAULK DOOKS. TLAN- AT THEATRE. NO KAKLÏ IXXJltH.
PRICES: 3/, 2/, 1/«, 1/.
QLARA BUTT--RÜMFORD CONCERT.
MESSRS. J. and N. TAIT HAVE VERY GREAT PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING THAT. OWING TO THE
POSTPONEMENT OF SAILING OF THE * R.M.S. TAHITI,
' MADAME CLARA DUTT'À'ND MR KENNERLEY
RUMFORD ARE LEAVING FOR AMERICA,
TO WEDNESDAY NEXT, the 31st 1NST,
THEY HAVE BEEN ENABLED TO
MAKE ARRANGEMENTS FOR
A GRAND POPULAR CONCERT. 1
' to be gi\on at the
TOWN HALL, TO-MORROW NIGHT,
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30th.
This will POSITIVELY be the LAST APPEARANCE of Madame CLARA BUTT and Mr. KENNERLEY RUM FORD in Australia, as they sall for America tie lol li.winc day._
TO-MORROW NIGHT. AT 8 O'CLOCK. TO-MORROW NIGHT. AT 8 O'CLOCK.
GRAND POPULAR CONCERT. GRAND POPULAR CONCERT.
, * . MADAME.CLARA BUTT
' MADAME CLARA BUTT
MADAME CLARA BUTT
MR. KENNERLEY RUMFORD, MR KENNERLEY RUMFORD. . MR. KENNERLEY RUMFORD,
Mr WILLUM MURDOCK (Pianist), Mr! MOWAT CARTER (Violinist),
Mr HAROLD CRA.XTON (Accompanist), Mr. ERNEST TRUMAN (Organist). MADAME CLARE BUTT will Sing:
"Softly Awakes My Heart" (Samson and »dtlab)^ "II Segroto, (LucrcrJa Borgia) . """""¿ii '^^Ar.rtH^r¿-.hia'wín««irf^
the following, In accordance with the number of re-
LOST cnORD. _ LAND OF HOPE AND GLORY, THE L'ARGO (Handel), ABIDE WITH ME. EAII1V PIPERS,
I KNOW MY LOVE (Old Irish). DER WANDERER,
Ami DER URI/KOr.Nia.
Mr. KENNERLEY «UMFORD'S Songs will Include: -"Two Grenadier»" (Schumann), "King Charlea" (M. Y White). "Thoughts Haie Wings" (Lisa Lehmann), "Traum Durch d10 Dämmerung" (Strauas).
. And in the Duet with
MADAME CLARA RUTT,
"BARCAROLLE" (Talcs of Hoffmann) (Offenbach).
BOX MAN NOW OPEN AT NICHOLSON'S.
BiBcrvcd Sat?. 7/0 and li/, Unreserved. ,3/ and.2/. 2/ Tickets on Sale at Doors Only.
Direction . J. and N. TAIT.
MMIÍ3 TIVOLI THEATRE TANGO TEA1 Tuesday, Jan. JL 6th, 3 30 to ."'.30. Wai iii fort hrr announcements. TANGO."- Wanted, thor. romp. Teacher, Tango and
Ragtime Dancing. State terms, weekly, 1 hour daily, LILlA*t_ROSSi 66 Goulbiirn-Btrcct. city._
lUTTlVOLI THEATRE TANGO TEA! Tuesday. Jan.
6th. 3.30 to 6.30. Watch iurthcr announcement* T
I . AMUSEMENTS,
^DELPHI THEATRE PANTOMIMÜ.
MATINEE TO-DAY, MONDAY. MATINEE 10-DAY, MONDAY. I -a, ,' . "V""^ T°-"AY, MONDAY.
A Wonderful Array of Good thing, for the Children.
Children Half-price to all parts except
_ Gallery. _,
MATINFE WYT Ti«iii.?iv??,' ",jW YEAR'S DAY.
Wednesday? will I« it lÄ fS,lo"^y), Tuesday, and
ChiïTe"mhalfn0pr,ee°0kh°r W"k in Ad"»«'
»"JJIoJIdayT^a sffi.',"*/. """"^ gatUrd;1^
uT^"1" 0E0TE TOLIOUGHRY11!^1113'
Managing Director Mr. GSGE^LLOUGHBY.
Telephone: CITY 3177. "*"".
THE EVENT OF THE THEATRICAL YsJAR.
HU$ ÄCTOSOTA^8 saED
EVERY EVENING, AT 7.45 SHARP.
. , GEORGE WILLOUGHBY LTD.'S '
hS'l!?>nN?H0US ^NTOMIME EXTRAVAGANZA,
based on the ever popular and attractive story of
"ALADDIN" PANTOMIME. "ALADDIN" PANTOMIME. ALADDIN" PANTOMIME.
THE CAST NOVELTIES ARTISTS
¿V."-"*' - FROM OF OUT
wïï&n0* GREATEST STANDISH TOW140" "WORLD REPU TI0N- CENTRES. TAT10N.
The Superb Cast of Artists includes:
GRACH PALOTTA, MABEL BATCHELOR, and PERCY
The Specialities imported for this Gigantic Produc-
LEON MORRIS and HIS WRESTLING PONTES,
with. John Hedge,' Comedian.
Most Wonderful Animal Act in the World.
VALENTINE and BELL,
' "A Jag on Wheels." Greatest Gilling Act
"TINY TOT MARJORIE, MORRIS and SHAND.
THIRTEEN GORGEOUS SCENES, EMBRACING THE
., POPULAR FAIRY STORY.
SENSATIONAL RAGTIME RBVtJE.
.GRAND CHRYSANTHEMUM FÊTE,
HOME/OF SANTA GLAUS.
A SUPERB COLLECTION OF AUSTRALIA'S
, BEAUTIFUL GIRLS.
In the Latest and Most Infectious Song Successes,
BRILLIANT MARCHES, BALLETS, AND
300 PEOPLE ON THE STAGE. 300
Music arranged and composed by Mr. F. Wynne Jones.
POPULAR PRICES: ni, 41, 91, 2/, and 1/. Booked cats, 5/. DUNCAN NEVEN, Business Manager.
milli TIVOLI THEATRE TANGO TEA! Tuesday. Jan. A. oin. 8 30 to 5.80. Watch further announcements. PALACE THEATRE.
SPECIAL HOLIDAY MATINEE,
THURSDAY NEXT, JANUARY 1st, NEW YEAR'S DAY.
Doora open 1 o'clock. Performance 2._.
A DAY AT THE RACES.
Box Plan at Paling's.
No Booking Fee.
In ' consequence of the Extraordinary Demand for Beats, patrons are strongly advised to reserve their scats, and avoid disappointment.
pALAUE THEATRE. x ? Under the Direction of William Anderson.
A DAY AT THE RAOES
, ?. la just the Ideal Attraction
. t, for the Xmas Holidays. . , J.
. AND EVERY EVENING AT 8.
hu pleasure in announcing the Return of these Popular
AMERICAN BURLESQUE COMPANY. AMERICAN BURLESQUE COMPANY.
IN AN EVENING OF SHEER DELIGHT.
A DAY AT THE RACES. A Da Y AT THE RACES. ' . A DAY AT THE RACES.
A Score of Captivating Musical Novelties.
Oh, what Fun. A DAY AT THE RACES. Oh, what Roars. A DAY AT THE RACES. Laughs by the Ton. A DAY AT THE RACES.
THE CAN'T-STOP LAUGHING BURLESQUE. THE CAN'T-STOP LAUGHING HuRLESQUE.
REMAKA11LE RAGTIME KF.VUE. , REMAKAnLE RAGTIME REVUE.
ALL SYDNEY FLO'-KJXU IN "HEIR
. BURLESQUE ROOM IN FULL SWING.
IF YOU LAUGHED AT "THE GRAFTERS,"
"A DAY AT THE RACES,"
NO STEMMING THE TIDE OF POPULAR
which has set in for this popular
MERRY. AND JOYOUS BURLESQUE. ORIGINAL MUSICAL NOVELTIFS.
ENCHANTING RAGTIME DANCES.
BRILLIANT MARCHES AND ENSEMBLES. All Gaiety, Sparkle, nnd Bright Colouring.
Scenery by REGE ROBINS.
Produced under Stage Direction of W. R. HUGHES.
Augmented Orchestra, nirection of GEO. LEOPOLD.
MATINEE NEXT SATURDAY.
PRICES: D.O. and R.S., 5/; Stalls, 3/. Early Door
Gallery. 2/; Late Galleo-, 1/.
BOX PLAN AT PALING'S. Tay Sales at White Rose. _Ru8JncRs^Mng^r^OJINJ^NNINa._
THE TIVOLI THEATRE T.ANCO TEA! Tuesday. Jan.
0th. 3 30 to 5.30. Watch further announcements.
JEST'S GLACIARIDM. WEST'S,
STUPENDOUS HOLIDAY l'ROGRAMME.
"The Agc of Miracle« lias Not. Passed."
IN ADDITION TO "HIE MIRACLE,"
New and Select Programme will bo Screened.
, TnE MIRACLE,
First production jn Australia ol Prof. Max Rem tiardt's world-famous rellgiou-j mystery spectacle, from London Olympia, presented on exactly the same seal»
at the Covent Garden Opera House, London.
Book by Dr. Karl Vollmoller, produced by Max Rein-
hardt, Special Music by Engelbert Humperdinck.
AUSTRALIA'S FIRST LYRICSCÛPE,
Introducing real people into a picture production, glorious choruses and music, with every note synchro- nisme, with the actions in the picture.
THE MIRACLE. . THE MIRACLE. THE MIRACLE. THE MIRACLE.
MIRACLE. MIRACLE. MIRACLE. MIRACLE. * MIRACLE. THE MIRACLE. MIRACLE. MIRACLE. MIRACLE. MIRACLE.
THE MIRACLE. THE MIRACLE. THE MIRACLE. THE MIRACLE. THE MIRACLE. THE MIRACLE.
THE MIRACLE. - .
THE MIRACLE. . * (By arrangement with Beaumont Smith)
CONTINUES TO PACK THE GREAT GLACIARIUM. ; A NEW HOLIDAY PROGRAMME WILL BE
DE GROEN'S VICE-REGAL ORCHESTRA.
WEST'S OLYMPIA. WEST'S OLYMPIA. WEST'S OLYMPIA. To-night, 8. WEST'S OLYMPIA. WEST'S OLYMPIA. WEST'S OLYMPIA.
WEST'S GREAT nOLIDAY ATTRACTION,
OATH OP O'TSURA SAN,
The Stimng Anglo-Japanese Roroa'iLC,
OLYMPIA This ia acted by both Japanese and OLYMPIA American players, and acted well. Ihc OLYMPIA piece centres on a Torpedo-boat Inven-, OLYMPIA lion of importance to two nations, and OLYMPIA tells of the oath tliat was destined to get OLYMPIA the plans away from their rightful own OLYMPIA era. Both reels hale Thrill and Action OLYMPIA right through.
THE PICTURE PROGRAMME OF SYDNEY.
De Groen's Vice-Regal Orchestra._ THE TIVOLI THEATRE TVNGO TEA! Tuesday, Jan.
0th. 3.S0 to 5.30. Watch further announcements.
"QANOE THE NEW YEAR IN.
.-, RAGTIME DANCE.
NEW YEAR'S EVE, '
WEDNESDAY, DEO. 81, 1013.
REPERTORY THEATRE, OROSVENOH-STREET,
opp. tho Wentworth Ilotel.
DON'T MISS IT.
Ragtime Dancing for all, mid conducted by
Mr. J. A. CAREW,
THE AMERICAN DANCING ACADEMY.
Largest and most select Ragtime Dance of tho
mïïfe TIVOLI THEATRE TANGO TEAI Tuesday. Jan. X nth. 3.30 lo 5.30. Walch lurther announcements; rpO-NIGHT, TO'NÍdhT. J TOWN HALL, KATOOMBA, THE AUSTRAL
^ENTERTAINERS, Presented hy Doolan and Rankin.
One of the l-irgcst Combinations of tljdney's Popular Artists, including Prairie Dick, ami Littb Star, the Great Ameritan Sharpshooters, who risks life »HI, c\erv shot. Showing 8 Night« only, Monday, Tuesday, and'Wednesday, 20, 30, end 31.
Popular Prices. _Manager. P. DOOLAN.
,»pHE TIVOLI THEATRE TANGO TEA! Tuesday, Jan. X 6th, 3,30 to 5,30. Watch further announcement«.
fHE PIC1URB BLOCK THBATRK.S,
in George street near Bathurat street
ALL NEW PROGRAMS TO DAY
The Latest Famous Plajcra Production,
ONE HOUR BEFORE DAWN
, , A Sequel Story to Ohelsca 7750 ' f
A scientific detective story enacted in an exccp
ü terest brilliailt "«w ^rce reel» of gripping
AUSTRALIAN NEWS PICTURLS showing Ade lame, Herbert Sthloffcr s reinforced concrete for rail
«ays and tramways Melbourne Destructive Ure at Last Melbourne _15 000 damage Sydney, Birtlcs pierland record from the Gulf to Melbourne the start from Sjdncy GPO . Theatrical Wedding Mr Arthur Shirley to Miss Eleanor Newcombe at St Marys Cathedral AJO Races North St«no Surf Clubs
annual carnival, and other item».
Several additional films make up an excellent pro-
Tie Usual Largo Programs at the
LYRIC COIONLAI AND IMPRESS
Edison s Talkit g 1 icturcs at the- Emprea.
ALL PERFORMANCES CONTINUOUa
1 RICLS Id to 1/
THE GREATER J D WIILIAMS AMUSEMENT CO.
W BARRINGTON MU LER General Manager
milt TIVOLI Till- A rat TANGO TbAI Tuesday Jan -«- 0th. 3 30 to 5 10 V* atih further announcements
rpnE AMLEICAN PICTURE PALACE, x LTD,
S03 PITT STREET opp Criterion Theatre. Direction MARTIN GEFGHAN
CONTINUOUS PICTURES 11 A.M. TO 11 P M.
Our nigh class Mammoth Program To day will era tain ti p following Star S ibjcctä -
Till Gin Or 1 ISS1NO CUl a Thrilling Drama of the
Racecourse liOOft of film
THF WORLD ABOM- a Beautiful Drama.
A MANSION 01 MISFRY a Drama of Sensations 1APK AMI HIS DOO Deeply Interesting Dnm»
MlDNICIll ADV!NTURF Comedy Full of Laughter WAHI US 1 ICMC, Comedy of Screams
Will N IGNORANOF IS BUSS Comic AU Laughter
It-ills 3d Circle 3d extra.
TI ratro cooled by electric fans end thoroughly c1 anscd and disinfected every day Union wages pi d to all employees
(COSFORD "TijfijJS!,, EAOES
- -1 _,] . '
£410 l'BIZB MONEY. £410
THIS DAY, MONDAY, DECEMBER 20,
, FraST RACE 2 5 PM.
!>'> I ' - 1
Spcci«l Trains leave Sydney at 1010 am Hone»,
11 25 a m and 11 45 a m , Passenger«.
Ord'nary Train» 0 IB a.m and 10 45 am.
Special Trains from Newcastle, 10 40 a.m (Hone*
and Passengers^ and 11 25 a m , Passenger».
Ordinary Trains 9 40 a m and 1" 5 p m.
Combination Tickets (first-class only) including Ad mission to Saddling Paddock from Sydney Fare 19s
NOTE -Special arrangements baie been made for an ample service of first class Motor Cars to convey Pas eengers to and from the Racecourse
Bookmakers Fees Paddock £2 2s Leger £1 la.
H R EVANS, Secretary.
alUE TIVOLI THEATRE TANGO 1B.AI Tuesday Jan"
? 0th 3 30 to 5 30 . Watch further announcements
TIEMBLA GRANGE RACES,
TUESDAY, TO MORROW, TUESDAY
SEVEN RACES 88 HORSES ENGAGED
£400 PRIZE-MONEY £400
Special Trains leave Sydney at 9 65 a m., 10 3 I and 11 2 n m
Special Train from Nowra at 1015 n.m
,HF TINOLI TU-ATRt TANGO TLA! Tuesday Jan
Oth 3 SOfto j 30 Watch furtlirr announcements IANCING Balhoom taught thor pn\ any lour ' " " lid IPS *>nd fir Q V Mkts 1 City '171 TAGF DANCING-Misa Lil IAN ROSS RI SUMES '?J lUiriOV TODAY at 2 o clock Novcltj orlgi
nal Dancer imented One lesson will convince even the most sceptical of mj won lerfnl ability aB a teacl er
Teacher of the Hea 1 Spin Hand Balance Nip Up and Contortion Feats now 1 eing performed I y Tiny Tot Marjorie (Aladdin Tinto ) Lottie Thompson (contortionist) Chirles Nicholls (acrobat), anl Little Ncrllc ( the child whose work has oeen lie talk of
_66 Goulburn street city
miir TIVOLI THbATRb TANGO ÍPAl Tuesdaj Ian
Otll 3 30 to 5 80 Watch furtl er announcements
yiOTORIA PARK RACING CLUB
SATURDAY NEXT, JANUARY 3,1914.
FLYING HANDICAP, of 75 BOV». 5 furlong». 14 0 HANDICAP of 76 sovs 4J furlong
MAIDFN HANDICAP, of 75 sovs 5 furlong«. 14 1 HANDICAP of 75 sovs 5 furlongs
N0V1C1 HAN D10 tP of 75 sovs 0 furlong».
VICTORIA PARK HANDICAP, of 150 sovs. li mile
and 120 lards.
14 2 HANDICAP, of 75 sovs 6 furlong«
ENTRIES CLOSB 6 PM. THIS DAY,
SATURDAY, 10th JANUARY, 1014.
THE FLYING HANDICAP _ Sova. Six rurlonga. Till- STFWARDS MILF, 10O Sovs One Mile
THE JUVrMlF HANDICAP 125 Sovs., live Furlong» Till KOGARAH STUvFS (SPECIAL WL1GHT8), Six
THF JANLARY HANDICAP, 126 Sovs One Mile and a
THF WFLTER HANDICAP, 125 Sova., One Mile
ï'i'-iïiÎ!1'3' Particulars seo programme»
_ ' ^jniES CLOSE at 4 p m T1IIS D\Y, MONDAY. DECFMBER 20th, 1013
n , x v " " J KAMROCK,
Belmont buildings Secretary
15 Castlereagh street.
mHF THOLI THEATRE TANGO TFAI Tuesday, lan i_«th 180 to -i SO Walrh further announcement«
VICTORIA PARK RACECOURSE
" TO-DAY, -->!
FIRST RACE, 2.30.
SPECIAL TRAMS TO RACECOURSE GATES.
rFnE".TIV0M THFATRE TANCO TEA Tuesday Jan -«? Oth 3 30 to 5 30 Watch further announcement»
METROPOLITAN REGISTERED RACti ^ CLUBS,
ROSEHILL, CANTERBURY PARK, MOOREFIELD, WARWICK FARM.
NOTICE TO BOOKMAKERS' CLERKS
Application» for Registration for the year ending Slst Deceml er 1914 must be made with the under
Bigned before FRIDAY, 2nd JANUARY, 1014"
A H HART
Secretary 3 Castlereagh street,
HE TTiOLI THEA1RL TANGO TEAI Tuesday Jan
0th. 3.30 to 5 10 Watch further announcements
NOTICE TO BOOKMAKERS.
APPLICATIONS FOR REGISTRATION in the above j Clubs for Quarter ending 31st MARCH 1014, MUET BE MAD1 to the Secretary on or before 5 pm. THIS DAY, MONDAY, DECEMBER 29th, 1913
No Application will be received without the neccs sary fco and guarantee _
Secretary 11 Fltobcth street
Phone "OR" Central
HI 1IVOII THE URE TANGO ILA I Tuesday Jan
6th 3 10 to 5 J) Watch further announcements /-lANlhRBUEY TUtlC RACE CLUB
NOTICF TO BOOKMAKERS
BOOKMAKFRS are rcmindel that Registration Fees for Half year ending 30th lune 1014 arc row due and must le paid at the Office of the Club on or before 1 RIDAY, 2nd January at 4 P m
Vi L DAVIS,
aIHE TIVOII TIirATRl TANGO TI Al Tuesdij Jan
f til 3 m to 6 10 W atch further announcements ÂMTD LOO 1 SOPRANO also IIGHT BARITOM
must he able to play parts 1 DWARD JASPER, Queen s Hill Pitt street 11 a.ro to day_ mÏÏÏTmOII lill ATRl- TANGO TEM Tuesday Ian J. Oth 3 30 to 5 10 Watch further announcements
TO COUNTRY VISITORS. TO COUNTRY VISITORS. TO COUNTRY VISITORS. TO COUNTRY VISITORS. TO COUNTRY VISITORS.
' 1 GREAT ATTRACTION FOR COUNTRY VISITORS.
2 GREAT ATTRACTIONS FOR COUNTRY VISITORS. 3 GREAT ATTRACTIONS FOR COUNTRY VISITORS.
GET YOUR PHOTO TAKEN NOW,
READ THESE WONDERFUL AND ATTRACTIVE OFFERS
ESPECIALLY ARRANGED FOR CO. TRY VISITORS,
. OPEN ALL DAY TO DAY.
'ATTRACTION NO. 1. I
EVEB"Ä ÄfT*EOS O^ÏAS?'
S^EnMAÇoMERS TOKREI-ORE, VU! NOW MAKE
MAS ÇUSTOMJtHh. in CHRISTMAS OFFER,
0fSn O VE ASSURE OUR COUNTRY AND IN DOING SO WU'AVE uBhNT OUR WHOLE USÏÏA,TTÔÏaKE TIK POSITIVELY THE BEST
OPFER EVER MADÍ IN FIRST-CLASS PHOTO
GRAPIIY. pirivET BROMIDE PORTRAITS,
ONE DOZEN «ADUNE! A^,STI0 MOUNT. EN MOUNTED ON OUR N^WAKi si ujs ^ AN CIOSED IN OUR UâiQU A SPFC1ALLY SELECTED ENLARGEMENT "¡> AJN A M0ST EXPENSIVI
M0ULVGNDFOA SIZE OF FRAME. ABOUT
SO i 24 inches.
ATTRACTION NO. 2.
?,« «wunLO" CABINET PORTRAITS AND AN EN rllÁ^MKT FRAMLD COMI'LLTE, READY FOR
HANGING, ft A HOST EXPENSIVE AND ARTISTIC Fn\M,E .¡tunnV IS THE WORK OF EXPERTS
'^ISriiiioUT TIIE TEN DFPAR1MFNTS THROUGH THROUGHOUT lHE.ir.i T REACHKS T|IE
^P¿SS íy TOE PUBUC. EACH DEPARTMENT IS nA!?E2 Síir CARE OF A C0MPFI1NT MANAGER, D!35B5iilUWHOLE ARE UNDER THE IMMEDIATS ÄSÄrJniOF OUR MR MARK BLOW. THE WELL KNOira PHOTOGRAPHER MANAGER.
ATTRACTION NO. 3. ' .
"12 OF OUR COROCO PORTRAITS AND A LD7E IJhE ENLARGEMENT IN A FIRST CLASS FRAME FOR 10s Od 1IIIS IS THE UTMOST VALUE EVER OFfERED IN riRST CLASS PHOTOGRAPHY.
12 Rococo Cabinets The Enlargement
Tile rramo .
OUR PRICE IS ONLY ONE-THIRD THIS PRICE, vii., 10s Od DON'T FORGET-ONLY 10s fid. COMK WHILE THIS SPECIAL CHRISTMAS OFFER IS ON.
THE WORD "ROCOCO" WAS NEVER USED IN CONNECTION WITH PHOTOGRAPHS UNTIL WE IN- TRODUCED IT IN JUNE 1801 WE NOW USE 1HB WORD "COROCO" INSTEAD, SEE ANY DICTIONARY
WE SAY BUT LITTLE. BUT WE GIVE YOU MORE IN ARTISTIC PORTRAITURE IN GOOD WORKMAN- SHIP AND IN SUCH VALUE AS CANNOT BE HAD ELSEWHERE IN SIDNEY. COME AND SEE.
A-, ACCOUNT OF OUR INSTRUMENTS AND APPLIANCES IN THE FINISHING DEPARTMENT,
WE GUARANTEE THAT YOUR PHOTOS WILL BE FINISHED IN EIGHT DAYS AFTER'ORDERING.
VET OR CLOUDY .YKATHE3 DOES NOT AFFECT OUR INSTANTANEOUS PROCESS.
"«? VICEREGAL PHOTOGRAPHERS BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT. T»
THE NAUR OF THE CROWN STUDIOS ON YOUR PHOTOGRAPH GIVES IT GREATER VALUS.
Wo take Photographs in any weather. Wet or cloudy weather mJ.cs no difference to our instantaneous process We also send Photo araphcra to any address for Commercial, In- terior, or E»U-lor Photograph«. Portrait»,
Groups, and Animals.
,T»-T> nnnrnm' HOTEL. ' **B GEORGE-STREET.
«8 OEORGE-STREET. NETT ROB»miIOTEU ^
OUR STUDIOS (right next to Roberts Hotel) are wo
, AMïïSEMEirra gPEN
CER'S LYCEUM. MATINEE, WEDNESDAY, AT 2.S0.
TO-NIGHT, AT 8. BPKNO.R'S TO-NTCnT, AT 8. TO-NIGHT, AT 8. PICTURES, TO-NIGHT, AT 8. To-Niaitr, AT & LTD. TO-NIGHT, AT S. have much pleasure in Introducing to Motion Picture
"SCROOGE. »-. «SCROOGE."
«A CHRISTMAS CAROL»
SEYMOUR HICKS, The Famous English Actor, SEYMOUR HICKS, in his Greatest Character.
"SCROOGE." "SCROOGE." "SCROOGE."
A Squeezing, Wrenching, Grasping. Covetous Old Pinner; secret and tolitary as an oyster; hard and sharp as tlint.
A Changed "SCROOGE," with kindness and geniality lighting np a countenance from which all traces of harshness and severity aro banished.
OUR GREAT PROGRAMME
of Topical, Dramatic, Scenic, olid Comedy Subjects: PATHE'S AUSTRALIAN GAZE1TE, "THE TIGER,"
"FICKLE FREER," "NIAGARA IN WINTER," (Srenir). "HIS CODE OF HONOUR," "HOW THE DAY WAS SAVED," "SAUCE FOR THE GOOSE,"
"WHOSE IS IT?"
REALLY A GREAT PROGRAMME.
Box Plan at Paling's until 6 p.m., thereafter at
Prie«., 1/0, II, (k1. Prices, 1/0. 1/. Cd.
milli TIVOLI THEATRE TANGO TEA I Tuesday, ,
JL nth, 3.30 to fi.30. Watch further announrcmenta.
LYMPIA ATHLETIC CLUlC LTD., NEWTOWN.
TO-NIGHT, MONDAY, AT S.30,
SPECIAL PRELIMINARY AT 8 O'CLOCK. 10 ROUNDS,
JACK LEWIS v FRITZ TIIEIRING.
(Undoo). _ (Glebe).
PRICES, 10/ (res.), 5/, 3/. and 2/.
TUESDAY. DEO. 30, AT 8 P.M.
£800, OPEN BOXING TOURNAMENT, i
IN SEARCH OF A WHITE HOPE.
60 ROUNDS, 10 SIX-ROUND CONTESTS, 60 ROUNDS.
TRICES, 5/ (rea.). 3/. 2/. and 1/.
BOX PLAN. MCMILLAN. DEERVS, Castlcroagh strcet; J. PROUDFORD. Castlereagh-strcct; and JACK DUNN. Newtown._. a HIE TIVOLI THEATRE TANGO THAI Tuesday, Jan.
Oth. 3.30 to 5.30. Wntch further nnnounefmenta.
OOD SPEAKERS OBTAIN POWER I
Power Means Increased Income! 1
. WALTER BENTLEY.
" Actor and Public Speaker,
TEACHES ELOCUTION AND DRAMATIC ART.
- "What to do with- your girls?"
Seven ex-students, appearing at Sydney Theatres and taming good salaries. ¡
Numbers in the'country, America, and England,
Book as Students Now.
ONLY ADDRESS: 301A PITT-STREET, CITY,
opposite Criterion Theatre.
0th,' 3.30 to 5.30. Watch further announcements.
W^SOÜTH^WALES CRICKET ASSOCIATION.
NEW SOUTTI WALES "COLTS'!
SYDNEY CRICKET GROUND.
DECEMBER 31, JANUARY 1, 2, 1014 (LIMITED).
PERCY K. HOWDEN,
14 Moore-street, Sydney._ milE TIVOLI THEATRl-f TANGO TEA! Tuesday, Jan X_0th,3.30JO 5.3U. Watch further announcements. DANCING" TAUGHT (Classes or Privnte "Lessons),
Mr. and Mrs. ARTHUR J. LIDDY,
Professional Teacher» of DancinK,
Ferndale Academy, 44 Oxford-st, W'alira. T., lS6_Pad. a HIE TIVOLI THEATRE TANGO TEA 1 Tuesday, Jan.
61 li, 3..-I0 to 6.30. Walch further announcements. DANCING TAUG III' (Classes or Private Leesons).
Mr. and .Mrs. ARTHUR J. LIDDY, ' Professional Teachers of Dancing.
Ferndale Academy. 41 Oxford-it, W'lahra, T., 130 Pad.
J. GEHDE'S Continental, Ilmhcuttcr Bay Oval, livery Turedny cyg. Admission, Sixpence. ,
STOCK, SHARES, AND MONEY.
On, Furniture, Sewing Machine»,
Pianos (without possession). Life Policies, Deeds of Land (without mortgngc costs).
N.S.W. MONT DE PDÎTE CO.,
IS» GEORGE-STREET WEST,
PRIVATE ENTRANCE FROM
HOWARD-STREET. .PHONE, 605 GLERE.
OPEN TILL 0 P.M. FRIDAY*/
AN ? IMPORTANT ' NOTICE.
PRIVATE LOANS AT LOWEST INTEREST.
I LEND £5 for Ms, £10 for 25s, £20 for 45s, £60 for £5 10s, £100 for £10, and larger amounts to £1000, on Furniture, Pianos, etc. (without posses, son or registration). EASY REPAYMENTS. No de- lay or fines.
Interest under Wills, Deeds of Land, etc, at Lowest Interest. Call upon me before deciding elsewhere, and
YOU WILL SAVE MONEY.
ADVANCES ON PROPERTY MAY RE PAID OFF BY
INSTALMENTS TO SUIT BORROWERS,
ALL BUSINESS STRICTLY PRIVATE.
OFFICES: 6 and 0 WENTWORTH-COUBT,
64 ELIZABETH-STREET, CITY.
A . A. ELLISDON, Finincler,
No. 6 Falmoiith-chambors, 117 Pitt-»t, Sydney,
HAS MONEY TO LEND.
. .On City or Suburban Properties First or Second
. PRIVATE ADVANCES to merchants and business
men on Shares, Merchandise, Bond Warrants, or - other personal security: or to -approved borrowers
ON NOTE OF HAND ALONE, if in regular em- ployment.
0. Advances made on interests under Will»- or other
expectations, or upon Letters of Advice respecting same; Or will purchase outright.
t. Bills of Exchange or other uegotialilo io-llruments
. Company notations underwritten or Otherwise
PERSONAL INTERVIEWS from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.,
Thone, City 4SS1. AT FROM 41 PER CENT. INTEREST.
JAMES CARROLL AND COMPANY,
(Acting for the Trustees of Several Large Estates),
TRUST MONEYS TO LEND, in largo or small amounts,
ON THE FOLLOWING SECURITIES:
CITY OR SUBUR&AN FREEHOLD OR LEASEHOLD
PASTORAL OR AGRICULTURAL LANDS.
Broad Acres. Dalry Farms, etc.
INTERESTS UNDER WILLS.
Reversionary or Life Interests in Estates.
Bequests under Wills. Deed» of Settlement, etc..
SHARES IN PUBLIC COMPANIES,
VACANT LAND. AND SUBDIVISIONS, ETC.
Loans to Municipal Councils.
A REVOLUTION IN MONEY LENDING.
THE ACTUAL LENDER AND ORIGINATOR OF RE-
DUCING INTEREST TO SUPPRESS USURY.
LENDS £5, and charges _1.
£10. and charges £2, £15, and charges £3, £20, and charges iii.
ALL APPLICATIONS FOR LOANS COMPLETED SAME DAY at above rates to any amount, upon PIANOS, FURNITURE, and other approved «ccurities. (No fines or other eharges.) Some securities from 0 per cent. CLIENTS always receive CIVILITY and COURTEOUS TREATMENT. '
OFFICES: I and 2 TEMPLE-COURT (First Floor), 81 ELIZABETH-ST, corner King-st. Tel., Central 2579._ ADVANCES GRANTED SAME_DAY VOU APPLY on
FURNITURE, PIANOS. BUSINESSES. DEEDS,
PRO. NOTES, Etc.
I GUARANTEE NOT TO REGISTER, thus ensuring ABSOLUTE PRIVACY. MY CHARGES AND REPAY- MENTS are known as- the LOWEST IN SYDNEY.
II you have- a Loan in any other office, I will pay it off and advance *ou more money on easy terms.
IT WILL COST YOU NOTHING TO CONSULT ME.
CALK WRITE, or 'PHONE and my SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE will call on you.
I muko Large mid Small Advances.
Vickcry's-cbambcrs, 82 Pitt-street,
between Mooro and Hunter streets.
TAKE LUT. Second Floor. 'Phone. City 1233.
A DVANCES ARRANGED TO ANY AMOUNT, for '-"_- Heirs lo money, or property under WillB, Deeds, Reversions, and on Life Incomes, or Money In Chan*
AVOID TAKING HEED OF PLAUSIBLE AD- VERTISEMENTS BY AGENTS, WHO CHARGE YOU EXORBITANT COMMSSION AND ABSURD AGENCY CHARGES AND FEES FOR SIMPLY INTRODUCING YOUR BUSINESS TO PRINCIPALS.
C\LL or WRITE, elvini; full particulars to
37 ELIZABETH-STREET, UPSTAIRS.
between King and Hunter streets, Sydney.
ILL YOU HAVE TO . PAY
_ £2 FOR EVERY £10 ADVANCED, repayable in TWELVE MONTHS, for a IXKIU on Furniture, or «ny reasonable security (without possession), from £10 to £500. Apply to mc, and I will immediately blake >ou an advance; also pay oil anv loan at the above rate. NO FINES. ETC, CHARGED.
G. W. GODWIN, 60 Caatlercagh-strcct, three doors from King-street, city, opposite Theatre RoyaL
STOCK, SHARES, AND MONEY.
A LOAN OFFICE,
¿y. M. JOSEPH, FINANCIER, Established M years, Is prepared to advance money at his famous low. rates of Interest upon Furniture, Sewing Machine«, Land, and all classes of security. ALSO ON YOUR OWN PROMISSORY NOTE. , 1 pay otf Loans from other
£5 LENT FOR £1, payable 4/ weekly, for « months. £1» LENT FOR £2, payable 6/ weekly, for 12 month». £15 LENT FOR £3, payable 0/ weekly, for 12 months. £20 LENT FOR £4, payable 7/8 weekly, for 12 months. £25 LENT FOR £5, payable 7/0 weekly, for 12 months. £30 LENT FOR £6, payable 10/ weekly, for 12 months.
And upwards to any amount.
Note New Address: BERRY'SCHAMBERS, 186 PITT
STREET, ONE DOOR FROM KING-ST, SECOND TLOOR. TAKE LIFT. 'Phone. City 4333.
A DVAKCES made hy PRIVATE LENDER on Kural ?"- turo, Pianos, Businesses, Promissory Notes, WITH- OUT REGISTRATION. Loans with other offices paid off. Easy repayments, LOW INTEREST, no fees. CalL write, or telephone, I will call at your address, and arrange loan, small or larne, for you.
GEORGE TAYLOR, 155 Queen Victoria Markets, 2nd Floor. Tel.. City 2800.
T THE SAME ADDRESS FOR 20 YEARS.
Strictly Private Advances at Lowest Rates.
Britannia Loan Office, 111 Elizabeth-Street,
between Market and King streets.
__._Tel., City 3984.
ADVANCES WITHOUT REGISTRATION
upon Furniture, Pianos, Sewing Machines, Deeds, P.N. STRICTLY PRIVATE. LOWEST INTEREST'.
Existing Loans Paid Og. Easy Repayments.
_178 Castlrrcagh-strcct._Tel.,_495¿._ ADVANCES made tin-Suburban Real Estate, or to
BUILD. PURCHASE, or RELEASE PROPERTIES from FIXED MORTGAGES. liisy Repavmcnts.
INTERCOLONIAL INVESTMENT COMPANY, LTD.,
4 and 0 Casllercagh-strcet, near Hunter-street.
_-_ Otflci'_ppçn_ Fridays till 0 p_;ni._ A LOAN quickly and quietly completed bv Private ?*A. Gent., without usual loan office publicity and de- lay. Interest lov»er, repayments to suit everyone. No reg, fee or other charges, air. George, Box 745 Q.P.O. A LOAN by Post or phone, upon Furniture, Motor
Cars, or any security. Send name, address, and amount. I do the rest. H. M. SOUTHAN, 08 Oxford
st. Phone. SCO William-st: evening, OH Randwick. A PRIVATE LENDER Advances Money on Furiil
fuie, Pianos, Scwinjr Machines, Easy payment. Call or write, 0 morninK till 0 evening. Mr.. BORN STEIN'. 60 Regent-street, Paddington, off Oxford-street.
between King anil Hunter streets.
for Immediato Advance« on Wills, Bequests,
or letters Advising Same.
_Cash, prior to and during collection.
BUILDER, with £500 sccurllles, requires Capital to
finance him to develop subdlvi.ion. 332, Herald.
Many a man and woman to-day owes contentment and prosperity to tho timely assistance given by J. Bloom. His loans are truly helpful, because he charges only a fair and strictly honourable interest rate, while observing always the utmost privacy. If you can't call, write. .
Hours: 0 to 5.30. Open till 9 Friday nights. Every cv., 7 to 0, at 76 Bondi-road (opp. Council-chbrs.).
City address: Alhcrt-hiiildings, 110 Bathurst-strcct. IttTERESTS UNDER WILLS OR
SETTLEMENTS, ANNUITIES. ETC.
Arc you entitled to Money or Property in England, the Colonies, or elsewhere either at once or cn the death of a relative or friend?
If so, lum your interest Into cash by calling on _ *"l am prepared to buy rieht out, or lend the amount you require. All communications strictly confidential.
between Kinc and Hunter streets,
_S YON EY._ I AM Prepared to Lend Financial Assistance to any
Respectable Person, with or without security. Easy terms and repayments. Call or write. Mrs. ISRAEL, Cairn«. Qroavcnor-street. Woollahra.
I "WANT TO HEAR of a Good INVESTMENT for
Bbout £100: must Btand every investigation. Write full particulars to i
_?_ _ENERGY,_Hexald,_ King-street
T OANS on Furniture, without pots.. Prora.,! Notes, I
1 ' etc. R. Selig, 184 King-st. Newtown. * ^ '
UPON ALL CLASSES OF SECURITY, ,
FROM 10 PER CENT.,
AND UPON EASY TERMS OF REPAYMENT. N.S.W. MONT DE PIETE D. AND I. CO., LTD.,
74 CASTLEREAGn-STREET, 74, CITY
> - (
' TRADE BILLS DISCOUNTED DAILY. -,
MONEY ' ,TO LEND.
' A. WOLPER,
00 ELIZABETn-ST, CITY: and 05 GLEBE-RD, GLEBE.
. If you arc serkhig financial assistance, the chief consideration is moderate interest, easy repayments, and fair treatment, t 1 quote the actual interest and the time given for repayments of the Loan. My terms are for a period of 12 months, by weekly Instalments,
as follow s :
£10 for £2. at 6s weekly. £15 for £3 . at 7B Od weekly. £20 for £4 . at 7s Od weekly.
UP TO £600.
Larger Amounts at l.ower Rates of Interest.
ON FURNITURE, PIANOS, SEWING MACHINES, DEEDS, without mortgage fees, or anv other security. Without publicity. Existing Loans In other offices paid og, and placed on a better fooling.
MY MOTTO IS FAIR DEALING.
The public who have had dealings with ino in the past, I am sure of their confidence. Those who do not know mp, I ask to favour nie with a call before arranging a Loan elsewhere.
Office Hours: 50 Elizabeth-street, city, 0 a.m. to i p.m.; 05 Glcbc-road, from D P.m. to 8 p.m.
Iel., City 30SQ._ MONEY LENT on Furniture, Pianos, ¡jewing Ma-
chines, etc. No fines, strictly private, and without registration. Existing Loans p.lid off. Lowest rate« of i nterest. W. BERK MAN, 807 Klngst, N'town. T. ,378. MONEY TO LEND, in sums of £200 to £50,000,
from s u.c.. on approved CITY, SUBURBAN, and COUNTRY PROPERTIES. Building Loans arrancad.
P. A. JOYNT. 14 Martin-place, opp. G.P.O.
IpRIVATE ADVANCES IN FEW nOURS.
WITHOUT SECURITY, ON YOUR OWN NAME.
CALL OR WRITE. T. MITCHELL, Seo.,
184 Phillip-street, corner of King street.
Oriental Mortgage and Investment Co., Ltd. aWENTY-FIVB THOUSAND POUNDS,
TWENTY THOUSAND POUNDS,
at 4} per cent., 4] per cent., 4ï per cent., 45 per cent.
4J per cent., 4j per cent., JJ per cent.
We have been instructed hy two clients,to secure mortgages for the above amounts in either one ûl two mortKagos of CITY or STATION PROPERTY or BROADACRES. Thc->o »mi/ants cannot be split.
My clients WILL CONSIDER ¿ny GOOD SECURITY.
The above interest is the CHEAPEST in SYDNEY. ONLY PRINCIPALS DEALT WITH.
rpo Retired Squatters, Farmers, or Business Men. X A Builder offers 10 per cent., interest for loam on new Cottages. £1000 of securities mortgaged for every £«00 loan. 344. Herald._ atRUST FUNDS.-Large and small sums to Lend on
. Mortgage or Building Loans, city and suburbs. Low interest, no commission. G. A. RAVES, Solicitor and Notary, Stock Exchange-building, 113 Pitt-street. rriRUST FUNDS to LEND on Mortgage. Krank Biggs,
Solicitor. 83 Pitt-st. Tel., City 3015.
O LEND £0 to £500, personal security, repayable
by Iimtalin. J. O. Read. 250 Pitt-st. T.. City 7635.
VT7E ADVANCE MONEY
W ON FURNITURE, PIANOS, DEEDS,
SECURITY. EASY REPAYMENTS. LOW RATES. FAIR TREATMENT.
M. DE P. COMPANY, LTD.,
180 CASTLERK.AGH-STREET, Corner Park-street.
SPECIAL NOTICE.-Customers have the advantage of a side entrance, throuch a vestibule next door (No. 17 Park-street), thus offering ahsolute privacy._
PRIVATE ADVANCE OF MONEY to responsible people who offer reasonable security and arc able to repay bv easy Instalments. WE LEND WITHOUT SE CURITY to straight and substantial men in perman- ent positions. The favourable testimony of our past and present clients is a matter of common knowledge. Our Terms are the easiest obtainable. Transact your financial business with us, and you will be satisfied.
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To AUBREY RO"gT?ON"Ttel',o?îîteC"ftSî>OD!lCTt
TAKE NA" &_"»,W- VA1"'* »*
SWALLOW LAWSONr lJÎ """ MAXWELL GLEN
fe sj Ä"t ¿ SB ? . s.-JT_
timo cohahlt with im, iïÏÏ°? J^ ,,rom tin>e to
before CtwÄtott to of^^to/""a. » oi nine hundred and fourteen* and ttt eTn»th?uwna
he heard and deten ,&Vm- n?TOee" "l11 -*= «-'
R. A. MONRO KING,
I Solicitor for Petitioner,
p-. .1 - . . a Cast'crcagh-rtrect, Sydner
^«tttjejto, L. M. ADDISON (ilirchiet IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH WALES - Matrimonial ..... Jurisdiction (No. 488 of 1913).
Between LILLIAN GERTRUDE BRUCE, Petitioner,
GEORGE HAMILTON BRUCE, Respondent,
To GEORGE HAMILTON BRUCE. late of NEW-
TAKE NOTICE that the said LILLIAN GERTRUDE BRUCE has commenced a suit against you in this Honourable Court, and is applying for a Dissolution of Marriage on the ground of adultery. And take notice that you are required to enter an appearance to the said suit at the proper office of this Honour- able Court on or before the eighteenth day of March next, and in the event of your not doing so within the time limited, or obtaining further time, the Petitioner will proceed and the suit be heard and determined your absence notwithstanding. A copy of the petition filed herein may be had on applica- tion to the undersigned free of charge.
Dated this twelfth day of December, 1913.
ALFRED G. YOUNG,
Solicitor for Petitioner,
14 Castlereagh-street, Sydney.
For the Registrar, L. M. ADDISON, Chief Clerk in Divorce. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF QUEENSLAND,
TOWNSVILLE.-In the Will of CECIL GARCIA SMITH, late of Mackay, in the State of Queensland, Shipping Agent, deceased.-Notice Is hereby given that, after the expiratlon of fourteen days from the date of the publication hereof, application will be made to this Honourable Court that Probate of the Will of the abovenamed CECIL GARCIA SMITH, de- ceased, may be granted lo HARRY LEE SMITH, of Homebush, near Mackay, in the State of Queensland, Mill Manager, the Sole Executor named in the said Will. Any person interested who desires to object to the application, or to be heard upon it, may file a caveat in the Registry at any time before the grant is made. Dated this twenty-third day of December, 1913.. S. B. WRIGHT and WR1GHT, Solicitors for the said Harry Lee Smith. Victoria-street, Mackay. Town Agents, ROBERTS, LEU, and BARNETT, Solicitors,
MÜNICIPAI, COUNCIL NOTICES.
^.yJ-UNlOIl'ALlTY OF MOSMAN".
FINANCIAL YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1914.
The council of the Municipality of Mosman having approved of Uio^ following estimates, hereby publicly notify the same in accordance with the said Act.
(a) The amount of tile proposed
expenditure out of the fund to which the proceeds of the rate
are to be carried . £22,71610 S (b) The amount on hand available
for such expenditure . Nil (c) The amount of otl\cr revenue
likely to be available for such '
expenditure . 3,862 8 6 (d) The amount required to be raised
. by the rato for such expendi-
ture . 18,88t in
(c) The total value of the land on
which the nile is to ho levied, viz., unimproved capital value (subject to reduction by ' ap-,
peal) .r.. 1,135,000 0 0 (f) Tlie rato proposed to be made
and levied under sec. 151, viz.: -(d lu the £ on the unim- proved capital value ( £1,135,003)
yielding . 18,0181» i
WILLIAM F. BRAY,
Town Clerk. ,
Town Hall, Mosman,
December 23, 1013.
Tt/TUNICIPALITY OF MOSMAN.
FINANCIAL YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1014. .
The council of the Municipality of Mosman having, approved of the following estimates, hereby publicly notify the same in accordance \vitji__thc said Act.
(a) The amount of the proposed .-_»-._.
expenditure out of the fund to which the proceeds of the rate
nro to be carried ..... £02« 0 ( (b) The amount on hand available
1 for such expcndituie . NU.
(e) The amount of other revenue
likily to he available for such
expenditure. NIL (d) The amount required lo bo
ralkcd hy the rate tor Buch
expenditure ..-. 021 Í . (e) The total value ol the land on
which the rate is to be levied, ' viz., unimproved capital
value, subject to reduction by
appeal . 1,135,00» 0 .
(f) The nie proposed to be made
and lovied is two-ninths of Id _ in the' £ on the unimproved
, capital value (£1,135,000), yiold
' ing . 1,050 18 8
The purpose for which the rate is to be made is to repay principal and interest on £10,000 during a period of 15 years, by half-yearly payments of £162.
The amount of the loan is £10,000, and the interest
is 11 per cent, per annum.
The purpose for which the loan money Is to be applied I« for carrying out permanent improvements throughout the municipality, viz., blue metalline, asphalting, hcrbing and guttering, and reid formation.
The amount of the sinking fund is included in th« hall-yearly pa>ments of interest and principal.
. . WILLIAM F. BRAY,
, Town Hall
Town nail. Mosman,
December 23, 1013.
C^TOU^RE^^OINrfwiTIlOUT THE STOREKEEPER
AND KEEPING HIS PROFIT IN YOUR OWN POCKET WHEN FURNISHING AT ELLIOTT'S FACTORY SHOWROOMS. WE ARE THE ACTUAL MAKERS ON THE SPOT. AND CAN AFFORD TO UNDERSELL THE OTHER FELLOW. ""-"» ""
W15 MANUFACTURE FROM ANY DESIGN OB
CATALOGUE, FROM WELL-SEASONED MAPLE, > SILKY mid AMERICAN OAKS, ROSEWOOD, CEDAR, BLACKWOOD. ETC. FIRST-CLASS WORKMANSHIP, FOR LESS THAN WHOLESALE PRICKS.
WE IHVE RANSACKED EUROPE FOR THE LAT- EST DESIGNS. COME AND ORDER FROM THEM.
THE TRADE SUPPLIED.
TREMENDOUS STOCK DISPLAYED IN OUR M,00»
ALL MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES._ SOLID AMERICAN OAK UPHOLSTERED DINTSÖ ROOM SUITES, £4/18/0, elsewhere £7. YOU CAN EASILY SAVE £0 ON YOUR BEDROOM SUITE.
COTTAGES FURNISHED THROUGHOUT, DIS- PLAYED IN OUR ROOMS, £1770/6.
SUPERB HOMES, in Oak or Maple, from £50.
SPECIAL AMAS DISPLAY, Manufacturers' Sample», SUPERB VASES, SETS DINNER, TOILET WARE, SHOP. OFFICE, CHURCH FURNITURE, ICE CHESTS,
COUNTRY ORDERS PACKED FREE. Free Delivery by our own waggons wiitin 20 mues of Showrooms,
OPEN 10 P.M. FRIDAYS.
ELLIOTTS FACTORY AND SHOWROOMS,
CRESCENT. ANNANDALE, NEAR TTHM SHEM.
BALMAIN TRAM TO DOOR, Id FROil STATIOS,..
! ON TIME PAYMENT, AT CASH PRICKS,
£6 worth, 6a deposit, 2s 6d weekly. £10 worth, 10s deposit, 3s Od weekly. £15 worth, 20s deposit, 6s weekly. £20 worthi 80s deposit, fls weekly.
HOUSES FURNISHED TO £100 ON EASY TER
J. DEVENISH, 877 PITT-STREET, . near Liverpool-street, 4 doors from Fay's Boot Stop, _No_ Ettra Charge for Terms._ FURNITURE "ON GREATLY REDUCED TEBHS.
We Manufacture our Furniture of Best Materai», and can sell at Cash Prices on TERMS.
£6 worth, 6s deposit, 2s Cd weekly. «10 worth, 10s deposit, Sa Cd weekly. £15 worth, -20s deposit, 5s weekly. £20 worth, 30s deposit, Us weekly.
£80 worth and upwards, terms In propon». nouses Furnished Completely, Including Beoc-W* Floor Materials, Curtains. Kitchen Utensil».
Beautiful Bcdroonl and Dining-room Suites, Ou m Walnut Drawing-room Suites. Bedsteads, »II col- ours. Wcrtlicim Sewing Machines, cash or term!, Proa £2J6s._CIIARJUiS_ FORSSBERG. 78 WiMim-strt«.
Owing to the great demand on our English--»« Furniture, wo are compelled to considerably extern our premises, and we aro now offering our enure toa at prices far below Factory Cost.
SEE YOUR HOME FURNISHED IN S0IJD OAK
«>. 3. MCCALLUM AND CO., ,
46 and 63 Oxford-street,
_[_PADDINGTON._ ASSISTANCE to Purchase Furniture to any «J""1"''
easy weekly repayments. II. M. Soutbao, 68 w
ford-street. 'Phone. 800 Willlanl-street._ . «7ANTED to Sell, 6-rmfl. ÍÍOUSE, clean ina «U
V». Furnished, cheap; or Let for 30a per week, lura, , Apply 15 McDougall-strect, Milson'» Point.
FURNITURE.-Hy Auction, Tuesday, 11 a.m., II»»j;
some DcdBteads, and good, second-hand Furniture. no reserve;_' _301 King-street, Ncjtto*?
7[TE specialise in House Furniture, and VW T01
» oaslUor anything. MANUEL, Auctioneer,
Tel., 200;_SOI King-street,JLÍ?_!'
rilERE the cost of Furiilshinc, etc., Ii««1»«" JJ." ? ? leriallv reduced. Newall. May, Ltd. T_~UJ£i OFFICE FURNITURE, Posting and Iloll-top »c-*
,1. P. Lister, 302 Pitt-st. near goulburn-«.__ WILL give best CASH PRICE for house of FUR -_N1TUHE. Hox KOO. O.P.P._.-T ADVERTISER will buy tome second-hand Fiirnlu"«
Im- cisli. no deniers. J. T.. Ovfonl-tt j_-r-> PABEKB, Chairs. Comb. Chest, Linos., etc., forWJ -*. nearly new. 254 Walkcr-Bt. N. Syd., ncsrjpjfp rpiIE TIVOLI THEATRE TANGO TEA I Tlic»d«r. ._ -Î- 8th. 3.30 to 5.30. Watch further »noounee-ti»