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JURMER'S, / SYDNEY,

THE HOUSE OP DISTINCTION.

JUST "OPENED,

CLOSE-PITTING BLACK VELVET

IIATS

IS SMART MILITARY EFFECTS.

These Hats are modelled In England, and ore repre- sentative or the most favoured modes. The prices are extremely low for hats so Bmartly modelled.

LADIES' RUSSIAN FORAUK CAP, made of Mack Vel-

vet, perfect fitting head, cup very neatlv finished «Hil dull silk braid and imitation slide band und three buttons at side, a most becoming mode.

1'ltIOE, 12/0.

LADIES' VERY &SWIT, CLOSE-FITTING BLACK VEL-

VET TOQUES, shape militaire, bound and trimmed with dull bilk braid, and dainty rosette in iront.

PRICE, 12/6.

EXTRAORDINARY VALUE.

LADIES' BLACK VELVET HATS, HI the newest mili-

tary effects, so becoming and so comfortable to wear. Wo are very fortunate in being able to offer such an extremely Une assortment bl these Toques. Our home buyers have been \cry suc eossful in this purchase, for although these hats aro priced keenly the style and finish are distinc- tively Tanner's. Three shapes to choose from, worth 15/0. PRICE, ONL\ 8/11 each.

LADIES' SMART "WHITE FELTS,

EXCELLENT VALUES.

PERFECT SHAPES. _

AND AN ENDLESS VARIETY TO

CHOOSE IWM. .TT,T LADIES' WHITE KELT, SPECIAL CRICKETLNG

SUATE. PRICE, 5/11.

SMART GUINEA MILLINERY.

Always a splendid variety at Farmer's: and many of these Hats arc copies of expensive models.

A distinctive note in every creation at OM.

' THIRD FLOOR, rITT-STREET.

SPECIAL AUTUMN SHOWING

OF

DISTINGUISHED FUR COATS, IS THE FUR DKPARTMENT-riRST FLOOR.

Wo can guarantee eviry one of these garments, not only as regards the perfection of the slims, but also a« renards cut and stjle. Whole skinB, straight, from the hands of the dresser, are used in' the manufacture of these garments, so that extra durability is thus assured. The stjlcs arc as varied as they aro attractive, the prices could

not bo more favourable.

SERVICEABLE WALKIN!"! OR DRIVING COAT, in

natural New Zealand Rabbit, specially selected skins, lined Mole-brocaded Silk.

PRICE, IO GUINEAS.

SMART PUR COAT, in French Coney Seal, smart up

lo dite shape, copied from latest French Model, lined with Mauvo, Cres, or Tan Silk.

PRICE, 10 GNS.

SERVICEABLE FUR COAT IN NATURAL NEW ZEA-

LAND RAUDIT, lined with Apricot Casluncre-de I sole. Kew Zealand Rabbit ia Brownish Mole in

colour, and ranks amongst the most durable furs, and Is much moro closely furred than ordinary Aus- tralian Rabbit. PRICE, 12 CNS.

HANDSOME FUR COAT, in French Coney Seal, lined

with Peacock Blue or Shot Mik, with one or two huilons, as desired, casv-fitting Coat, with loosj Magjar sleeves, roll collar, and turn-back cuffs.

PRICE, U CINS.

BEAUTIFUL COAT, in refined French Coney, copied

from Paris model, looso sleeves, rounded fronts, ndw lay-on rollar of skunk opossum, and .lined with Orrv Silk, PRICE, 20 O.NS.

NATURAL MUSQUASH FUR COAT, made from superb

Brown skins, beautifully matched, lined with Bronn Satin. Natural Musquash is a Golden Brown Fur, and the skins used in this coat are all fully matured and cloverly Mended. PRICE, 30 GNS. HOW TO HELP THE POOR Or BELGIUM AND BRITAIN.

Tho movement inaugurated hy Farmer's Provident Society to help clothe the Belgian and British poor is one which should have the earnest support of every Australian citizen.

Many lave helped nobly in this matter, but the need Is still an urgent one. Both new and second- hand clothing Is acceptable, and now that the

European Spring is approaching, a llrhtcr class of I clothing would prove most useful. Parcel» should 1* addressed to Fanner and Companv, Limited,

Hulk Stores. 385 Kcnt-strcit, Rvdncj ¡ anil, if clearly I endorsed "Clothing for Belgian and British Poor," the Railway Commissioners will allow packages to

be sent Freight Free.

FARMER'S, SYDNEY,

PITT, MARKET, AND GEORGE STREETS.

^OWDERFUL MARKINGS

AND VARIETY OF COLOURS.

The attractive Anemone Is deserving of a place in every garden. We cannot too . , highly rçebmmcnd It, The matchless

and endless .shades of colour make these plants remarkably beautiful. Splendid for

massing.

ANEMONES, IN- VARIETY.

DUTCH ¡¡INGLE .'.. All colours, 1/ dos., R/ ino

DUTCH DOUBLE ._,. 1/ don., Ä/ 100 DUTCH SCARLET SINGLE, Show?.... 1/ dor., t»/ 100 DUTCH SCARLET DOUBLE . 1/fl dos., 7;<t 100 SINGLE BLUE . 1/ dor., hi 100 DOUBLE BLUE . l/ll do/., 7/0 100 """TE SINGLE . 1/ dor., 5/ 300

VSAJ.TIIEMUM Fl.OUEEED .... i dor.., 10/ 100 ST. riRIGin . 2/ dor., 10/ loo.

FULOENS (Scarlet Windflower). 2/fl dor.

FULCEXS DOUBLE . 2/0 dor.

Fifty Bulbs at 100 Rates.

ANDERSON'S SPECIAL ANEMONE OFFER.

To draw special attention to the Anemone,

we have wade up a fine collection of «Ix ' distinct colours, including the best Double and Singlo varieties, each collection con- taining 72 Bulbs.

Completo for 0/0 (post paid). I

ANDERSON'S

TOR SEEDS* AND BULBS,

309 GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY.

STOCKS, STURDY PLANTS, HEADY NOW, OF

BEAUTY OF NICE, a fine flesh pink.

CRIMSON KING, large spikes of blooms.

PRIDE OF KELLAR, purple, a great favourite.

QUEEN ALEXANDRA, rosy purple, fine blooms.

QUEEN Or WHITES, a splendid white variety. I ALL 1/ PER DOZEN, OR 1/3 PER DOZEN POST PAID; ß/ PER 100. OR 7/ PER 100, POST PAID.

WRITE OR CALL FOR NEW BULB LIST, FREE.

P. L. C. SHEPHERD AND SON, LTD.,

_¿03 Pltt-strcet. Sidney. W- JNO. BAKER

'v VETERINARY INSTRUMENTS

have a reputation for high quality and length of

service.

My 2.! j ears' experience baa uught roe what the Australian Fanner has to contend with, I choose niv stock accordingly.

TRIPLE CRUSH EMASCULATOR.-A well-made

first-class nickel plated instrument. Its simplicity and thorough effectiveness commend it to botl) novice and expert. PRICE, 45¿

HORSE MOUTH GAGS-Nickel-plated, strongly finish-

ed, with Bridle complete, 25/.

HORSE MOUTH RASPS, with Tired Blade, 5/, G/S;

with Removable Blade, 8/0. Extn Blades, 1/ each. MOLAR CUTTERS AND EXTRACTORS, Nickel-plated,

extra strong and very powerful. CO inch, 45/.

DRENCHINO BITS, from 7/8; Improved Pattern, with

curve in bar that prevents drench from being wasted, 0/6. In best Nickel Plate, 16/8; or with lid to funnel and tap, 18/0.

SPEYING KNIVES and Spcying Instruments ia

variety of pattern'.

RED TANG DAGG1NO SHEARS, made from tough,

hollow-ground Sheffield Steel, 21/ per Half Dozen. Sample Pair. 41. 1 have a full range of Shears

for all requirements.

Seo my exhibit at the Royal Agrlcultual Show, In-

dustrial Pavilion.

Finely Illustrated Country Catalogue po«t free.

W. .INO RAKER, "The House of Steel,"

1 HUNTER STREET. SYDNEY._

K

IFLE CLUB RESERVE UNIFORMS.

Secretaries and Executive Committees of Rifle ClubB should take particular notice of the fact thal we have on hand ft large stock of heavyweight Khaki Drill of Excellent Qualltv, and that wo arc prcpircd to make thousands of uniforms at the following very reasonable rates, which are a considerable reduction on our ordinary prices.

Much diiwitisfaction has been caused In several of the Rifle Clubs by the inferior cut and quality of many of the uniforms that have been supplied under contract,, so we feel that the Riflemen who wish to look really Btnurt und feel at home in their uniforms «III wclcomo this opportunity of doing so.

MADE TÜTMEASURE,

FULL UNIFORM, Regulation Tunic and Trousers, good fit guaranteed, 37/0.

TUNIO ONLY, 25/. Trousers only, 12/0.

READY "TO" WEAR,

To fit all sires, and eau be tried on in the shop

before purchase

Full Unlfonn, Ilegul ition Tunic and Trousers, 20/0. Tunic only, 18/0. Trom*rs, 11/6.

HATS.-Brat Fur Fell, ItcguHtlnn Pattern, Including chin strap and club bind, Mvcitpronf leather lining Complete, 0/. Oftliers' Caps, \Mulelwne Spring, and Suciitproof Bund, 10,0

ROOTS.-Spluidid Penlee hoot, strong Irand-sei soks, plain tiont, whole cut luck. Seamless hello

tongue and w ix end sewn uppers The best boot for walking or riding Prln. 10/(1

Higher quality, <nlf lined, double tongue, etc., 27/8. PUTTEES-Full length, best nutcml, 0/8 per pair.

GOWING BROS.,

Pioneer Distributers of Australian Goods,

4M, to 4SH> GEORGE STREET,

J to 17 ROYAL ARCADE,

SYDNEY.

SHIPPING.

p. jiHD 0.

L ROYAL M An, STEAMERS. T.unn" FOR MARSEILLES, PIA MOUTH, AND LONDON.

FUtST AND SECOND SALOON ONLY._

I j I Leave I 1/tave Leave Steamer. ITons. | Com- [Sydney, Mell»., Adel.,

I I mander. Noon. I 3 l> - . ?MALWA.... lU.OOOITboinpson.Jlar. 30 |Apl. t)

aMORKA.|ll,O0U|Andrews. |Apl. 14|ApI. 20

aMALOJA....!l2,500lliradbhawMpl. 27 I May 4 -. -. -

MTOLTAN^^i,,U)OJllaMç^iJMayJO IMay l8 |May_20

a Gilling at ÍIolürtT ., " ..". Electric Fans ami ReaJing Lamps in all Cabins.

First and Second Saloons, Free of Charge.

SPECIAL RETURN TICKETS TO CEYLON. Through Fares quoted to New York, vin Slier.

Oversea Return Tickets are now interchangeable witn

further particulars apply to A. GORDON WESCIIE,

Superintendent it, Australia, 63 Pitt-street. City 1W»._

rpUE ' ABERDEEN LINE.

DURBAN, CAPETOWN. PLYMOUTH, and LONDON. MILTIADES..| 8,000 tonal W. J. Burge..Illa.m. Mch. 20 MARATHON. | 8,000 tonsil'. J. Collins. |Aht. May IS

SALOON. FARES THIRD-CLASS. LONDON, from £45. £10 to £-'0. Capetonn and Durban, from £13/13/ to £17/17/.

Special Round Tickets for Return by Orient Line, £110

(Ist-clnss both ways). .£82 (2ud-clasB Orient). ROUND-THE-WORLD TICKETS, from £122/10/. SALOON CABINS on Uppc- pr.d Bridge Decks.

THIRD-CLASS ACCOMMODATION of the Highest Standard, Pamphlets, Timetables, etc., on application. _. DALGETY and CO., LTD., Agents in Australia.

WHITE STAR LINE

LONDON and LIVERPOOL, via SOUTH AFRICA. ONLY ONE CLASS OF ACCOMMODATION. I .S.S. AFRIC. 12,0(10 Tons.

will Sall from Svdnev about 1st May.

Fitted with Wireless Telegraphy and Submarine

Signalling Gear.

Surgeon and Stewardess curried.

FARES: To London. £30 to £30; Durban and Cape- town, £1.V15/ to £24/3/; New York, Quebec, Montreal, from £20/3/. - ^

For full particulars apply to

_ _ DALGETY and CO., Ltd.. Agents.

Pp>MEWARD PASSENGERS, VIA AME7ÎICA.

"Berths for the Atlantic Voyage can he Reserved on the Magnificent Steamers of the While SUr Line by application to

_DALGETY r.nd CO.. LTD.

OIIAW, SAVILL, AND ALBION COT,

LIMITED.

London, from New Zealand.

Calling at Monte Video and Rio Janeiro. _ Fitted with Wireless Telegraphy.

REGULAR SAILINGS of High-class Mall Steamers, carrying 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Class Passenger«.

TAINUI, 10,000 tons, sails from N.Z. MARCH.

THROUGH FARES FROM AUSTRALIA QUOTED. All infonnation on application to

_DALGETY owl COMPANY. Sydney. aTIIOS. COOK AN» SON",

Passenger Agents for all lines. Tours arranged to New Zealand, Tasmania, Victoria, and to all parts or the world. Write or call for Information.

T1IOS. COOK and SON'.

. Challis House._ fPASMANIAN SUMMER TOURB.

Round ' Tickets, Sydney, Hobart, Launceston, Mel- bourne, Sydney, £7/8/0.

Full particulars at Cook's. Complete Guide to Tasmania, with accommodation list, 3d, posted 5Jd.

arranged at Government

rjruiE

BLUE FUNNEL LINE, TO DURBAN.'CAPETOWN, AND LONDON.

Carrying First Saloon Passengers Only.

"NESTOR. 14,500 tonslR. D. Owen I April 3 (Noon ASOAN1US. 10,000 tons F. Chrlmes. Mav 3 Noon AENEAS. 10.000 tons|J. Mllhench. June 7 I Noon

'Calls at Hobart. Wireless, Laundry, Nursery, etc. .VARES: LONDON, from £45 Single, and £81 Rctuni. AFRICA, Single from £30, Return from £55. Single Cabins: London £K5; Africa CSi. .

ROUND TICKETS.-For Return, via SUEZ CANAL and JAVA, from £07 to £130.

FOR BIHSHANE.

S.S. NESTOR Sails Noon,

Saturday, March 20, from No» 0, Pyrmont. .GILCHRIST, WATT, and SANDI.RSON, LTD.,

Agents, 7 Bcnt-stn'cL

AND O. BRANCH SERVICE.

BENALLA..111,000 IV. Miimndn.IMnrrh 27 111 a.m. DELTANA.. 11,000 W. O. Lingham..-lApril 24 Noon.

0KEI.ONO..I 8,000 Bidwell.{April °n n'Huhr

Twin-screw Steamers. Fitted with Wireless.

- FARES to AFRICA. 13 to 17 Guineas; In LONDON, £10 to £20 for Return 2nd, P. and O. Mail Steamer, £40/10/.

.GILCHRIST, WATT, AND SANDERSON, LTD., _Acrnts, " Jlení-shret.

mHE EASTERN' ANT) ÀTÎSTÏÏA LÍAR -*- STEAMSHIP COUPANT, LTD.

RRITISH MAIL STEAMSHIP LINE

PHILIPPINES. CHINA, AND JAPAN.

calling at Queensland Port.s, Darwin, and Timor.

NEST SAILINGS FROM SYDNEY:

4000 tons 4000 tons MOO tons 5000 top«

2IUh Mar, 7lh April

21st April 'gftth May.

T

(EASTERN.

?ALDENHAM. ST. ALBANS.

EMPIRE. _

. All Steamers Fitted with "Wireless. 11 Omits Darwin and Shanghai.

'* Calla Shanghai, but omits Darwin and Timor.

Passengers intending (o visit Japan during the pre- sent Spring Season'should travel by the E. and A.

Line.

The Steamers have been specially designed for the service, and offer unequalled comfort. Cuisine and attendance unsurpassed. Laundry on board. Euro pean Surgeon and Stewardess,

The E. and A. Route includes many interesting portB of call not tmirhed by other lines.

For Illustrated Booklets and Fares apply to

Glims. BRIGHT, end CO.,

' Managing Agents, 37 Pitt-street, Sydney.

Or at Adelaide, Melbourne. Newcastle, ami Brisbane.

WO WEEKS IN" SAN FRANCISCO.

THE PANAMA-PACIFir IMPOSITION

is now open. Forty-one Nations represented at the Exposition cmpluulsn its International Character. It Is the most colossal of Exposi- tions the world h.is ever seen; and its interest to (he man of business and to the tourist is something tiwi may not he duplicated for many years. I.Ike Migiiia Falls, this great Expo- sition, willi li has taken years to prepare, can- not he .I'lripiiloly described, but wo luve literature on Its wonders which will be sent to you on application.

SEVEN WEEKS IN ALU

Approximately from Sydney to Sun Francisco and back occupies 7 weeks-<5 at sea, 2 on shore. In these 2 weeks you can see tho Exposition, the Yosemite Valley, the Grand Canyon, Rocky Mtns., etc. No other Uno has so fast a time-table; but our return tickets are interchangeable with the other trans-Pncifle Companies. Our route is via Honolulu going; Honolulu and Samoa returning.

LONDON IN 20 DAYS.

The great war has made little difference on our time to London. In conjunction with the Trana-Atlantio "fliers," wc aro landing Aus- tralian passengers in London iu lea, ttian one

month.

SAILINGS FROM SYDNEY: .

VENTURA, APRIL 10: SONOMA, MAY 8.

Also,

June 5, July 3, July 3L

STEAMERS,

10,000 Tons, Twin-screw, Classed 100 Al »t British IJoyd'a. Contain many cabins cn suite,

with baths.

All particulars from

OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY, Tel., 2282 City. 44 PITT-STREET. _ V. A. SPROPL, Managing Agent.

^IISTRALLTÑ OHIEÑTAL LÖSTET

TO MANILA, CHINA, AND JAPAN. .

S.S. TAIYUAN . 23rd MARCH. S.S. .CHANGSIIA . 18th MAY.

S.S. TAIYUAN . 10th JUNE.

Via Queensland Ports and 1st. 2nd.

Thursday Island .£14 0 0 ..£11 0 0 Darwin . l8 0 0 .. 12 '0 0

Znmhoauga . 25 10 0 .. 17 6 0 Manila . 28 10 0 .. l8 15 0 Hongkong . 80

G. S. .

ROYAL PAUKET NAV." COMPANYS

(KOMNKLYKE PAKETVAART MAATSCIIAPPY).

FAST MAIL SERVICE TO

JAVA AND SINGAPORE,

VIA QUEENSLAND PORTS, PORT MORESBY,

DARWIN, and MACASSAR. _ New Steamers. ITons. IC'm'dcr. | Sydney ¡Brisbane.

TASMAN.^TrrTrrrrrTEiOOjGÜedhuisTlAp'ririß April 17 imtTTMAN.^^-^.f IMOOfKroef.IMay 17 |May 10

LÄTlGEST and' FASTEST STEAMERS on this Route.

Wireless Telegraphy, Electric laundry, Luxurloun Apartments, First and Second Class Amidships.

Return Ticket! interchangeable with Burns, Philp

Apply tor Illustrated Booklets and particulars to

m ' M. P. CORDIA,

Manager for Australia, 50 Pitt-street. 'Phones: 053 and 7107 City._ mîlH ILLAWARRA AND SOUTH -1- COAST STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY, LTD.

(Weather Pcnnittlng.)

WOLLONGONG, KIAMA.-TUESDAY, 5 p.m.

PORT KEMBLA. BERRY.-TUESDAY, 6 p.m.

NOWRA, GREENWELL POINT.-TUESDAY, 5 P.m. JERVIS BAY, NAVAL COLLEGE.-TUESDAY. HUSKISSON.-EARLY.

ULLADULLA.-TUESDAY.

BATEMAN'» BAY, NELLIGEN.-THURSDAY. MORUYA.-WEDNESDAY.

NAROOMA, WAGONGA.-EARLY.

BERMAGUI, TATURA, MERIMBULA, EDEN_S.S.

MERIMBULA, MONDAY, t p.m.

Cargo will not be received after I p.m.

To ensure shipment cargo should be down two hours before sailing.

D. J. SIM, General Manager.

Wharves and Offices: 67-61 Day-street, foot of Market street, Telephones: City 9973 and 0074,

1

QUIEN1

_SHIPPINQ.

ENT LLNE

^ OP HOY Ah MAIL .STEAMERS. ,to

For Flymoutli and London, via Naples and Gibraltar,

calling at fremantle (W A), and Colombo

Transhipping at all Indian lort« »ml fcyptian Poru.

: ' I I cave I Leave Leave

Com 8yd. Mi lb, Add.,

mandi if Noon I S p m I 1 Rjn.

B.M.S.

.OHONTM I 0 02J ISymons [Apr 7 Apr 14 Apr 1« OMRAH fe 130 bevmourlMaj 8 Maj 12 y«" " OSll RLEY h l.<q Jcnks Mino 5 l'une 9 .'"P'f.11 01ti>0\A _ |12 030JCoad__|july_0,uiï-JJi'y

.Calling at Hobart. No visitors allowed on board

11 sailing day ,1-««.. Unit and Second Saloon Fare« upon application

\ Irvt ai d Second Claw Oversea Ticki-to arc ayalMDM for return (all the wa> only) by P and O Coy.

TOR THIRD CLASS PASSENGERS.

Special Accommodation In New 12 OOO-ton Stteunen. SPACIOUS PROMFNADf DfChS SMOKtROOMS,

LADIES MUSIC ROOMS

Many Two berth and Four berth Cabina, situated on

UPPÍR AND MAIN DLCkS

Well TcnUlatcd DLNING SAIGON on MA1?,,"8T Sin-lc, £17. £13, £21, III TURN, h¿2, £30, £30

EASTER EXCURSION TO BRISBANE^

I Leaves SydñcyTl Amral Leaves [Arrives Steamer I 4 n m |nr|tbane|nnghanel_§ydmy tORONTLS I April 1 _ I April 3| April 41 AjinlJ

t Sails from Orient Wlnrf Circular Quay

Write for Illustrated Circular, gírale full partial.

lan

DAVID RFJD, "

12 Martin plac- Ooncnl Manager In Anftralia.

flANADlAN-AUSTRALASIAN ROYAL

*- M ML I INf

TO \Ax\COUAER

THE LARGEST. NEWEST, AND FINEST STEAMFRS

TRADING BFTWIIN AIS1RAIIA AND TUB

AMJSRICW CONTINFNT ACCELLRATfU S^H^ ICb,

calling at

AUCKLAND, N / ,

suv\, nu

and HONOLULU

THE "ALL IlED" ROUTF TO ENGLAND

In Connection with the Canadian Pacific Railway

Across the Famous Canadian Rockies, Prairies

Great Lakts Niagara, etc

Through Bookings to all Canadian. United States, and

Furopcan Ports___

j Leave I Lcav»

Sydney, I Auck

< pin I lind

ApnI15 |Apnl20 May 13 Maj l8 Steamers.

Res;

Tons

tMAKURAsTöT" "MACAU A I 13,000 tMAKUKA 1 8100

Dlsp

Tons

12,200 20 000

12."0f) June 10 lune IS Triple screw Steamer, fitted with cabins de luxe suite bedstead rooms nursery, laundry, electric lift

t Twin screw Steamer

Steamers titled with Wireless Telegraphy

PANAMA EXPOSITION.

\T SVN 1RANCISCO

OPfN rillRUABl 20th to DFC1 MBEB, 4

I irst Saloon ricket.- a\ailnble return from San Fran cisco b> Union Mail I Ine via Papeete, Rarotonga «ellington, or from San francisco to Honolulu by MaUou 1 mc, thence C.A Une, or through by Oceanic Co Seconl Saloon Tkkcts available 'or return from San francisco bj Union Co a Mull I Ine

lor Illustrated Pamphlets an i all information apply UMON Sb CO Ot N/, LTD Managing Agents, _2T0 Gcoige btrcct_ TTNION LINE u NEW «BALAND.

FROM MARCARI'T STKI'FT M HARP

(Luggage only, not Cargo Received on Sailing Day ) ,",,","" J »J". S MA1ILNO, WKDNES Ior ALCkLAND j ,u, JUrcll 3)> noon x

ForWEILINCTONf *£ .W" TUUBSDAT'

im/1 i April 1 * p nu

iwrîimv J *T^ MANUKA, FRIDAY,

(S«) ni« Lading sitmed after

all N ¿ porta) \_ ]0 , ,n ^"g i>aj

lor LILLINGTON - «RMS MARAMA, March 27th,

Docs not take Cirro for Wellington.

'1ASMAMA

To HOBART - 'MOliOU. 21th 4 pm., 'MANUKA,

.»Otli, 10 a m

from HOBART - "MOhOlA, 27th 'MANUKA, 3rd

for LAUNChSlON, tu Ldcn - WAKA1IFU, MONDAY,

March 20th, noon,

tor IIUtNIf and DMONPORT (Cargo only)

KAKVPO March 22, ' p m Druitt street From MLLBOLRNf to I ALWChSTON

TSS LOONGANA, Util) MONDAI, WTD -t \f SHA) an I 1 KIIUY 3 t ni

BLRM1 l)E\ONPORr -6S OON \ll, fiery Tues

iioiiAirr mun DLNLDIN IYTTILTON WLL

IINOTO-N--SS I ALCONA, HLDNIÄDAI,

APRIL 7 Noon

SOUTH bVA. ISLANDS

For LAUTOKA Stn A, LEVLhA and SAMOA, re-

turning to bydncr, via Suva and Moml

TSt lOFUl; TULSDA1 March 10 noon,

(freicht» "mist be prepaid to Samoa)

For Stn A NL'hUALOf A, 1»\T« \A\ AU, and

APIA, from auckland -

.TSS ATI A, MONDAY April ->

("T S 8 Maheno from Svdney March ti connects.)

DOM not tak Cargo for t iii or Apli. or RAROTONOY and PAPEFTF (Tahiti)

.R.M.1) MAU \M \ Marrh *7 noon, (from No 'i \\Tiart Dirling Harbour)

.Fitted í lib Wirele^

No Msitors alloweil on boird No mails are to be pasted aboard ftteamcrs

Particulars 11s to other ports ol rall time-tables, ind leaflets ern be obtuned it the Ageoti Ofllees.

ITNIfW S S CO OF N/ 1 TD ¿50 GI-ORrif «.r TRAVEL UNDER 1UE BRITISH EH.fi

lo the

PANAMA rinuc Lxposmov

UNION COMm.VWS RO\AL MAIL

LINE TO bAN l'RANCISCO,

WH.LrSOTO»! (NE)

ItAROTONGA AND

P^PLETL (IMnTT)

STf AMLRS ST^l 24 HOURS AT WELIINGTON X/L,

ALSO 24 HOURS AT P\PFFTF ' THE PLARL

OF THF PxCIFIC '

April 1

April 20

PANAMA EXPOSITION OPEN FROM FKBRUAm SO to DIXJEMBEIt 4.

FIRST AND SFCO\r> «Al OON RI-TtJRN TICKFTS AVAILABI1 FROM \ \NCOU\ LR, M \ HONOLULU, SU\A, VND AOCM «.IND

Urst clam Ticket« also a\ailabh> to return by Matson I Ine to Honolulu thence Canadnn Australasian Une, or hy Oceanic Co direct

THE MOST INTJRf STING ROUTF TO THr UNITED

STATIC riVlNC. \ GIIMPSF Of NATIVE

LIFf. IN TH1 SOUTH ShA ISLANDS.

All «-teamers I ttted aith Wireless

For full particulars and pamphlet* apply to

UNION S S CO Of N 7 I TD , 2-iQ GKORGL-ST

rpHB NEW ZEAI^AND SHIPPING .*? COMPANY S

EASTERN CANADIAJN STEAM

SERVlCf

to

AUSTRALIA AND NEW yrALAND

Under Contract with the Canadian Government the following steamers will Sail for Adeliide Melbourne, Bjoney. Auckland, Wellington I>tte!ton Dunedin -

TOMOARIRO, to Sall from St John MARCH 25 STEAMI R, to Sall from St John APRIL 25

For Batts of Freight» an I other information applv to the Ne» yealaml Shipping Co, I td , 213 Board of Trade-building, Montreal or to the Company s branches and agencies throughout New Zealand and

Australia.

NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND irEROANTILK AOSNOY

COMPANY LIMITFD, Bridge-street, Agenta,

rpHD NEW KEAX/AND SHIPPING x COMPANY'S ROYAL MAIL STEAHLRS.

NEW /FALAND TO LONDOV

Particulars ai to dates ot departures and Ports of cell can be obtained from the undersigned.

ROTORUA . M2 «Oil A butcliOe ÎÂPlT TURAKINA 10UG0|V 0 White Parsons MA^

TONCaRIRO lil ]f|I)e U Lour _t oma a 11 JjLNL

Fittc! with «lrclcts Telegraphy

M.W ZEALAND I O \N AND MfROANTILE AGENCY

(OMI AM, IIMirLD,

Agents, Svdncj

GIBBS, BRIGHT, and CO, Agents, Newcastle.

L\ LU S P \C11 IO PLA-NTAlIONa, LIMITED

f>S KULAMB ANGRA.

L

feOLOMOV AND SHORTIAND ISLANDS.

SAII-S ON

TUESDAY, the S(Hh M.AR011, at NOON

CARCO rectlvetl at Old China NaMsatlon Com , pany'o V hart, Circular Quay, from MONDA\. UIL 22nd in"t , till I RIDAI the JOtll inst, ' C '

For full partlculam apply to

LLVLll'S PACinc PLANTATIONS I TD ,

A M 1> Chimher»,

80 Pitt street \

City

TH>S Clt\ 4072 and 7103 _ J INTERSTATE SiEAMSFIlP CO M PAN Ï

REGULAR mun siRMcr nrrnvirv SYDVEY

AND NfWCASlIJf TO PORT PIRIE

VI \T 'All ING

S S SOUTIIBOnOLOlI, TUlJDA-i 23rd MARCH, 1915

Gf Nf RAL CARLO CVRRIFD AT I OK I ST RATES. Tor Freights etc apply to

INTFRSTATF STf AMS11TP COMPANt

Bank of N (J chimher», Î51 George-street, Sydney.

SHIPPING.

TJUBNS, PHILP TEN NEW TOUBS.

Intending participants In

any of the ten New "B -P " Tours should no o ibat

THE FIRST TOiJIl begins next month. Watch daily advta., as each

sépante tour will be notified each day

Apply promptly, all particular«, etc.. free.

T3UB.NS, PHILP, and COMPANY, LTD ?*-* No 5 TOUR

To PAPUA and RABAUL,

BEGINS 28th APRIL, per SA MORDIDA. Fare, which Includes _ _

ALL EXPENSES, EXCEPT PEBSQSti EX

PENSES £20

£26 (extension to Rabin! ) ^^ "_."__ Duration of Tour will bo ABOUT FIVE WEEKS.

Apply early___

[VT \ li, AUSTR VLIAN-JAPAN SERVICE

SPRING SEASON FESTIVITIES,

1016 « JAPAN The

Famous

NIPPON YUStN KAISHA,

JAPAN-AUSTRALIA-JAPAN

Service.

Book PROMPTLY and avoid Disappointment.

HITACHI MABU sails MARCH -I

Arrives APRIL 20

(A few births still available)

NY k SAH 1105

Due Hong Island I kout.

Due Yoko

nama

HiUchi Maru Mar "4 Mar 27 Apl - Tango Maru M>1 23 Apl .6 May 2 Mkko Maru May 24 Mav c.luncl Hitachi Maní lune "3 1 II e_fljuly_2_

Apl 14 Mwy 14 lune I« luly 14

ApL 26 May r

lune 24 July '

TnTSTl. \M1 IIS UTTr-D \WTII WlRUtSS

Toura of APAN of from 0 to 00 Days \RR\NGLD

BURNS PHIIP, and CO. LTD

Australasian Agents_SYD NTT

COMrAN\, A USN

?". THE POPUL4.R PASSENGFR UNE.

LIMITED,

From Lime-street Wharves

Near Erskine street Tram Terminus.

-WYREFMA 8600 ton« (Wire

less), Nr\T TUtSDAY, p m March 23

KANOWVs. 7000 tons (Wire-

less) MONDAY, 10 pm., Transhipping to March 2P "_

Geelong uid WYANDRA 4500 Tons (Wire Launceston less), TUESDAY. 3 p in., April

ron

MELBOURNE,

MELBOURNE, ADELAIDE,

ALBANY,

FREMANTLE, '

Terth,

Transhipping to Geraldton and

North west Ports

BRISBANE,

MARYBOROUGH (b) BINDABLRG (b) .GIADSTOVF (h)

altOCMIAMPTON (b) M V.CKAY,

BOW Us

TOW NSVILLK

(Town Wharf and Jetty)

I UCINDA I>T O), MOURILYAN (o), INNISeAIL (c),

CAIRNS

PORT DOUGLAS (c) COOKTOWN (c)

THURSDAY ia (b) NORMANTON (h), BURKETOWN (b), LAUTOh-A, )

SUVA J (FIJI). LEVUKA, 1

V 0

The New Twin-screw Steamer

INDARRA,

10 000 tons (Wireless Telegra

pbv), NEXT SATURDAY 3 pin MARCH >7 taming first, scoot d. and third class Passengers one two three, four berth cabins Has bice

trie lift Swimming Baths, Cymnasium, Verandah Cafe Nurserj Hot Water Service in Cabins and all up to dat

arrangements for comfort of Passengers

f MALLINA (a) Cargo Only,

THIS DAY, SATURDAY, Noon March 20

WODONGA NEXT TUESDAY

.5 30 p in , Mirch "% _ MOIRA (a) Cargo only NETT

S UTJRDAY, Noon, March 27 WYRFEMA, 6500 tons (Wire

lets) TUESDAY, 3 30 p in.,

March 10

KANOWNA -000 tons (Wire

ess) TUESDAY, 3 30 p m., V-pri' 6

WYANDRA 4500 Tons (Wiro

less) T UESDAY, 3 30 p m , April 13

1 W Y Rt EMA 6500 ton« Wire-

less TUESDAY, S 30 p m , ( March 30

("LCYLKA 6500 tons (Wireless),

i THURSO S.Y, Al rll 1¡>, Noon

Passengers to Fiji must hold Successful Yaccination CejtUlcal.es endorsed ty Quarantine Officer

(») SATURDAY ST1 AMI RS CUI AT BRISBANE and ROCKHAMPTON onlj, but take targ for all ports exce; t Gladstone Mackav Bowen, and t aims

i ) Tnnabipplng at llriabane * Passeug ra only (c) Transhipping at Brisbane and townsville

After first port o' call Urst and Second baloon Tie ket-s ar*. interchangeable with all inter State companies Conditions ssceruinable on application

TYLFPIIONES Passages 88SM Import Freight 7865 and-86» wharves 9926 and 06. Export I r ight U155.

BURNS rUILP, and CO , I TD Agents

_9 fledge street.

ßURNS, PHILP MAU, UNE

IAVA ANLTSTNGAPORE

(Under Contra-t with the Government of NSW)

TO QUFENSIAND PORTS, D Mitt IN SOUftABAYA

SA MAR INO IIATAW4. and SING« ORE.

Fro n Company s Wharf East Circular Q iaj

Stem MATARAM MONTORO M4.TMÍAM

Lomm.ii tier V, llibbn».

Mortimer It N R Ma IV nibbing

I Sails.

v.pril 1

NEW ST! AMIRS

FITTED WITH WTRIJ LSS AND I AUNDRY Smooth Water Interesting Ports of Call

MAGNIFICENT SCI-NI in

When a sufficient number of Passengers desire It the Steamer will remain at Cairns long enough to enable a trip to BUtRON »ALLS to be made

RFTl RN riClvlTO TO JA\ \ K\D SINGAPORE INTERCHANGl ABU WITH THE ROY M, PACKET

RN C0M1UNY

NEW ROUTF TO EUROPF YTA JAVA AND STNGAPORF

BUBN8, PHIIP, and CO Ltd., Agenta.

_P Bridge street Bvdner

AUSTRALIAN STEAMSHIPS LINE ?"? HOWARD SMITH, LIMITED,

Managing Agents.

FAST PASStVJFIt STEAMERS FROM KING Si Bl-ET WHARVES

(Trams land Passengers at WTharf Gates.)

CANBFRIU New TSS, 8000

tons 17 koota (Wireless Tele grut hy), 3 30 p nu THIS DU Sat, March 0 carr;

ing 1st, 2nd, and 3rd CIi FOP.

MELBOURNE,

(Transhipping at Melbourne lor Geelong)

1 assciigers, 1 2 and t Berth Cal Ins, including 72 Deck Berths Llectric I ans thro ighout. Barber's shop

an 1 I iff.

BOMBALA (Wireless Telegra

phv) 1« noon SATURDAY

NLYT March T

. COOMA ("Wireless Telegraphy),

'" noon SATURDAY April 3.

Steamers Early

r COOM i (Wireless Telegraphy),

3 pro THIS Dv.Y Satur day March "0

TIME (cargo inlyl 5 p m,

TUESDAY NF\T Mirch 23

CANBLRRA lev TSS, 8000 tons 17 ki Ota (Wireless Tele

graph}) 4 pm.. SAT NEXT March ." carrving 1st 2nd, and 3rd Class Passengers

BURWA1I (Cargo On]}), a p m , I TUESDAY, March 30

COOMA (Wirelcs» Tclegrapny)

I j m THIS D4.Y, Satur. day, March "0

CANBERRA new TIS, 80001

tons, 17 knots (Wireless Tehgraphy) 4 p m., SWLR DAY NFXT, March »7, carrying lot 2nd and or I das*, passengers

BOMBALA (Wireless Telegra phj ) 3pm SAT , April 3

Passengers are conveyed by rail (ron Port Alma to Rock hampton and vice versa. Passtny ra onl)

QUEENbLVND RÓTTL MAIL SERVICE

KKFORLNr ToflO tons leaves BRISBANE for TOWNSVlIIr l\rR\ MUD \Y . at 0 a m calling at GI \DSrOM MACKAY »BOW1N connecting at Townsville with TSS Mounlja-i for North Queens

lan 1 1 orts as far as Cooktown

Passengers leaving Sydne> b> mail train on Thura day sftcmoon can leave Brisbane by the lo 2j

Mail Train on Fridjy an I connect with the Peregrine at Gladstone for North Q iretiblaii 1 ports

Passengers Tickets interchangeable with other inter state S.S Companies, tuither particulars on appli

cation.

HOWARD SMTH IIMITED

Managing Agents

Booking Office 1 quitablc building 'Î50 George street, near O P O Wharves I oot of King street

acphone Nos Office 6221 City (3 line») Wharves, 7563 7564 City ADELA1DF

FREMANTUS,

BRISBANE,

MARYBOROUGH, BUNDAR! RO GLADSTONE

ROCKHAMPTON

(Wharf)

BRISBANE

MARYBOROUGH, BUNDABERG, GLADSTONE

ROCKHAMPTON

(lort Alma) MACKAY, .BOW EN,

iOWNbVILLE, CAIRNS,

PORT DOUGLAS

COOKTOWN,

and North Queensland

Port«.

MCILWRAITH, MCDACHARN LINE.

FAST PISSFNGrR SERVICE.

From the Company s Wharf No 4 Darling Hirbour

(Millers Point)

FOR MELB0URNF ADM All» ALBANY. AND

rRTMANTLI

Transhipping for all S A Gulf Ports Perth, Bunbury,

and ot! er W A Ports

01"4 tons Triple Screw, SAT

LRU AY April 3 and May 1 at 4 p m

"391 Tom, Twin screw, TULS

In Y April 13, and Ma) 11, at 5 p m

SR a special Closed In Shelter

Deck, with niateglass windows, which enables dances,

incirU and garnis to be held on deck in all weathers.

Orchestra larrie 1 on both above steamers

Httcd with Wireless Telegraphy

Unexcelled Accommodation lor 1st 2nd and 3rd Class

Passengers

Private Suites an I Special Staterooms

Tçmia (moderate) on application

Fi«t anl Second Class Tickets arc interchangeable after first port of call nlth other interstate conpanles Con litions aacirtalnablo on application.

MCILWRAITH Mci ACIHRN and co PTY , LTD ,

MAN WING AGFNTS

61 PITT-STRFFT

Tel «71 City Wharf Tel, 42SS City. Or at Company's Office, Watt-street, Newcastle. KATOOMBA, KAROOLA,

The KATOOMBA

_SHIPPING._ ryiNTEU TRH'S TO QUEENSLAND.

T.S.S. WANDILLA,

11,600 TOM Displacement, SCOO I.ILP., 16 Knota. will leave Sydney for Cairns, without transhipment, ?" ports; as under:- _ . _" .

SATURDAY. MARCH 27th, APRIL 24th, MAY 22nd,

JUNE 10th, and every Fou' Weeks thereafter.

This magnificent vessel, the largest in the Queens- land service, carries First and Second Saloon and Steer- age Passengers. One, two, three, and four berth Cabins. Spacious Promenade Decks. Fitted with Wireless Tclcgrapny. Electric Fans in every Cabin.

Full particulars on application to

THE ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP CO., LTD.,

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

_ 6 Bridge-street.

rpHE ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP x COMPANY, LIMITED.

Express Line of Passenger Steamer*,

from Grafton Wharf.

FOR MELBOURNE.

{

WANDILLA, 8C0O tona.... ¡Saturday, March 20,'2 p.m. CANTARA (Cargo only) ../.March 20, 4 p.m.

WOLLOWBA, S0O0 toofl^(Thursday, April 1. 4 p.m. - FOR "MELBOURNE, ADELAIDE. ALBANY, AND

FREMANTLE,

Transhipping to all otherJj.A._andJV\A._Ports._ WARILDA.16000 tons. ISa't., April 10 12 p.m WARILDA.|8O0U tons |Sat.. May 8. |2 p.m. " The Warilda anil Wandilla arc both new steamers. Fitted Wireless Telegraphy. Unsurpassed Accommo- dation, carrying 1st and 2nd Saloou and Steerage Pas-

sengers.

FOB BRISBANE, MACKAY, TOWNSVILLE, AND

CAIRN'S.

Transhipping to all other Queensland Porto.

.CAMIRA (Cargo only).liiat., Mardi 2ÔI11 a-m. WANDILLA, KOO tons.JSat., March 27 2 p.m.

INNAMINCKA, 2500 tons.... ISat., Apnl 3 |12 noon. GRAJWAJiA^5/»Jon¿_^.^S^^AprUJI0J|12_.no^

'. No Cargo received for Mackay.

First and Second Saloon Ticket» are interchangeable alter first port of call with other interstate Companies, subject to conditions osccrtalnahlc at the Companys

Telephones, City 0520, 0521. 0522. 0523.

G. S. YUILL and CO., Ltd., Agent«,

_0 Bridge-street,

ATELBOURNE STEAMSHIP CO., LTD.,

S.S. SYDNEY, APRH, 1st,

THURSDAY, 5 p.m.

S.S. SYDNEY, APRIL 10,

FRIDAY. 10 n,m.

S.S. DIMBOOLA, TUESDAY

NEXT, MARCH 23, 4 p.m.

S.S. SYDNEY, APRIL 1st,

THURSDAY, 5 p.m.

S.S. WOOLGAR, APRH, 0th»

TUESDAY, 4 p.m. (Cargo only).

S.S. SYDNEY, APRIL 1«,

FRIDAY, 10 a.m.

For V S.S. DIMBOOLA (a), TUESDAY MELBOURNE, NEXT, MARCH 23rd, 4 p.m. ADELAIDE, S.S. WOOLGAR, APRIL 6th, ALBANY, I TUESDAY, i p.m. (Cargo FREMANTLE, f only).

PERTH S.S. KAPUNDA, April 20th,

(BUNBURY), TUESDAY, 2 p.m. (omita (GERALDTON), J Albany),

(a) Cargo received till 2 p.m. Sailing Day.

NOTICE.-S.S. SYDNEY carries 1st and 2nd Saloon Passengers only; S.S. DIMBOOLA and KAPUNDA 1st and 3rd Class Passengers only.

FARES.-First Saloon. Second Saloon. Third-class.

Single. Return. Single. Return. Single. Eden ..£1 1» 0 £2 IO 0 £1 (I 0 £2 0 0 -

Melb'ne 270 400 115 0 300 £100 Adelaide 4 0 0 7 0 0 - - 2 10 0 F'liaullo 10 0 0 lo 0 0 - - 6 10 0

Excellent Passenger Accommodation.

First and Second Saloon Tickets intcrcliangcublc with other Interstate Companies after first port of call (Round Tour Tickets excepted). Full particulars on

ap-'ication.

MELBOURNE STEAMSHIP CO., LTD.,

O-i'Y OFFICE: Corner of King and York streets.

Wharves: Foot Market-street. T., City 8212, 8213. I

/"iUEÄN" EXCURSION. N-7 EDEN, MELBOURNE, TASMANIA.

THE POPULAR S.S. SYDNEY (Captain J. Dawson),

3000 Tons. Sails

APRIL 1,'THURSDAY, 5 P.M., APRIL 10, FRIDAY. 10 A.M.

and Fortnightly Thereafter.

Round Trip occupying ton day«. Steamer calling at Eden cn route to Melbourne, and returning via Stan- ley, Burnie, Devonport, and Eden.

ROUND FARES: 1st Saloon, £0/8/; 2nd Saloon, £4.

Pasiengcra maintained aboard at all ports except

Melbourne.

For further particular». Pamphlets, etc, apply

MELBOURNE STEAMSHIP CO., LTD.,

_comer King and York streets.

H

UDDAIIT, PARKER LINE.

?i*«nwni Sail Irotn Margnrrt-strcct Whart.

MI'?,liÜyUNK, ADELAIDE, AND W.A.

.? ' PORTS. Calling at T

MELBOURNE, T.S.S. ZEALANDIA, 7000 tons, ADELAIDE, I 2 p.m., THIS DAY, Satur ALBANY. f day, March 20; 1st, 2nd, and FREMANTLE, , ¡¡rd Class Passenger«. PERTH. J

TASMANIA.

HOBART { 'T.S.S. ULIMAROA, 10 p.m.,

(direct), { TUESDAY. April 0 and 28.

I See special note below.

LOONGANA, Monday, Wcdnes y . day, Friday.

. NEW ZEALAND.

AUCKLAND -| S.S. ItrVEltlNA, Noon, THURK

Transhipping for L DAY, March-25; and April 8, Gisborne, f 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Class Fas Napier. J seugers. WELLINGTON, 1

LYTTKI.TON, I 'T.S.S. ULIMAROA,

Transhipping 10 P.M. THURSDAY,

for Dunedin, > Mareil 23 and April JO. Bluft, and Sec special note below, other U.Z. >

Ports. J

« SPECIAL ATTENTION IS DRAWN TO THE ALTERATION OF BAILING DATES OF T.S.S. ULI- MAROA TO TASMANIA AND NEW ZEALAND.

No letter» for N.Z. can be posted at ship's gang- way. Visitors not allowed on board sailing day.

AH passenger Bteamcra littcd with wireless. (

Coastal Tickets interchangeable with other Com pauics, subject to conditions asccrtalnablc on appli-

cation.

Tasmanian and New Zealand Ticket« are interchange- able with Union Line, and vice versa. .

'lUilá NOKTU COAST -1- STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY, LIMITED.'

(Bars and Weather Permitting.)

FROM SUSSEX-STREET.

BYRON BAY.-ORARA, THIS DAY, 0.30 p.m.

COFF'S HARBOUR.-OHAiCA, THIS DAY, 0.30 p.m..

Direct, Passengers only. (Also sec below.)

.RICHMOND RIVER.-BURRINGBAR, THIS DAY,

0.30 p.m.

CLARENCE UIVER,-KYOGLE, THIS DAY, 0..TO p.m. MACLEAY RIVER,-YULGILBAR, TUESDAY, 5 p.m.,

Direct.

MANNING RIVER.-MAIANBAR, TUESDAY, 0.30 p.m_

via Newcastle.

BELLINGER RIVER,-TAMBAR, TUESDAY, 0.3O.p.m.,

via Newcastle.

NAMBUCCA RIVER.-NERONG, MONDAY, 6 p.m.

FROM DRUITT-STREET.

COFF'S HARBOUR and WOOLGOOLGA.-NOOREBAR,

MONDAY, lu p.m., via Newcastle.

TWEED UIVER.-COOLENAR, MONDAY, 0.30 p.m.,

(Cargo only).

Passengers' Office and Tourist Bureau: 261 Gcorge strect. Tri., City C7PJ.

TOURIST GUIDE HOOK, PRICE 1/, POSTED 1/L

ROBERT A. HELL,

HeadOfflce: City 8002._^ Managing Director.

rpiIE NEWCASTLE ANO "HUNTER -1- RIVER STEAMSHIP COMPANY, LIMITED,

am to and from Newcastle Every Night, at 11.

(Sunday Exccptcd.)

FROM WHARF, FOOT OF KING-STREET.

FARES AS USUAL.

S.S. NEWCASTLE, 1251 tons, THIS NIGHT, at 11. Carno

received until 11 a.m.

PORT STEPHENS-S.S. HUNTER, MONDAY NEXT, at

11 p.m., transhipping at Newcastle. Cargo received

until 11 a.m.

HAWKESBURY RIVER EXCURSIONS.

THIS (SATURDAY) AFTERNOON. AT 2.

S.S. NEWCASTLE, 1251 Tons. FARE, 2/

W. N. CUTHBERTSON, I nm~ n» ... . . General Manager.

Office: 147_Siisgefrstrcct. _ I .Vf. CAIN'S COASTAL OÎ^NJRWvirsTËÂMaflÏP -^ COMPANY. LIMITED.

PORT MACQUARIE, HASTINGS and WILSON RIVERS

-T.S.S. MACQUARIE, THIS DAY, 2 p.m. "^"^

UKO. MCARTHUR, Manager,

Baltic Wharf, foot .Market-street. ? Tel.. 01 Citv

ACLKAY UIVER CO-OP. 1S.B. CO., LTÖ.-MAC

LKAY RIVER AND PORTS THEREON.-NEW TW1N.SCREW STEAMER TAMBAN, Salis from Ceary's Whart, Pyrmont, TUESDAY, NEXT, 23rd insL, at 5 p.m. Cargo received dallv. Tel., M. 1254.

_J01IN U. WHITE. Managing Agent. 35 Pitt-street NAMBUCCA RIVER, taking Cargo for Nambucca

Heads, Macksville, and Bowraville.-S.S. ASTRAL, tails from Geary's Wharf, Pyrmont, TODAY. Cargo received until Ji a.m.

ARTHUR II. IIASKLL, Agent. 31 Ilimtcr-strect. Thoncs, City _0S0M)S9Û. Wharf M._J25t,__

ANGLEY.' BROTHERS; ' LIMTrED.

Baltic Wharf, Mnrkct-'trcct.

COFF'S HARBOUR AND WOOLGOOLGA.-FITZROY,

TUESDAY, 10 p.m.. via Newcastle.

Superior Passenger Accommodation.

TWEED RIVER.-DUROBY, MONDAY. 0_P.M._ I RICHMOND RIVER, all Parts.-S.S.KTLTOBlSÑKS; \ MONDAY, at S p.m. Cargo received dally.

B. M. CORRIGAN and CO., Ltd., Albion Wharf,

Tel., 4010 City._foot Market-Btrcet,

rnouits. TOURS. TOURS.

NEW ZEALAND,

lor ita size, has more attractions tor the TOURIST than any country in tho world. Ea*y of access within a few days ot your home.

Travelling Cheap-Scenery Enchanting. Take a thorough change in a glorious climate. For particu- lars-How to get there, the cost of travel, the sights

to sec,

Apply

THE NEW ZEALAND GOVERNMENT OFFICES,

Dull's-chambers, It Moore-street, Sydney.

MA L

TOURS HOOKED. "Duy-to-Day" itineraries prepared. All information for the asking.

FOR SALE, MOTOR LAUNCn, 35 x 8,~20"h7rrrHañd

ard engine, 4 cyl., out of order,' any rcnsonablo offer. A. MEEJIUIAN, Bunncrong-road, Randwick.

jQ-REA-T ¡SPECIAL .VALUES

STYLISH DRCSS GOODS

AT

LASSETTEBS.

M WEST WFWFS LXCLUSTVE DESIGNS

We tell to-day of some cxccUent values in the new weaves of very stylish dress goods. The styles a-c quite exclusive to us for bjdncy The values aro the heit that spot cvsh and big purchasing can procure Do not miss seeing oi.r ureat show ol lovely new i> Goods at popular prices.

COLOURED AMAZONIAN, 40/42in. Always popular,

and a i,ood substitute for trench Amazon Cloth, lu all leading tones

ince .1/6}, 1/lli, 2/6 yard.

ALL WOOL FRFNCH VENETIAN C1 OTH, 41/42in

There will be a great ccarcity of this popular eos tumc cloth as thn factories have ali been destroyed Intcndine, purchasers should apply early, so as to avoid disappointment The colours arc Blade 1 Ight Nav, Dark Navy Saxe Nattier, \tncthyst Dark Grey, Marone, Cardinal Light and Dark Brown Mole, 1 urple. Nigger Cherry, Vieux Kost,

Reseda.

Pnce - 3/6, S/U, 4/6, 4/U yard COLD SEDAN CI OTU, 44/40m The finest costume

cloth, made m Black, I ight Navy Dark Navy, Brown, iawn, Nigger, Mid Gre, baie, and Nat

tier

Price . ~. 5/0 yard. ALL WOOL I RENCn OTTOMAN POPI IN 41/42in

Another importation windi will be very scarce lu [ Cream Grey Brown 1 urple Amethyst Saxe, Nat

tier, Light Mid and Dark Nav,, and Black

I rice 3/6 yard.

COLD oniVlOT YVHTPCORD 42in All wooL A

new and very effective weave for Autumn and Win I ter wear in Light and Mid Grey Vieux Rtfec,

Sixc Ivattier Mole, Purple Light and Birk Brown, Light and Dark Navy, and Buick.

Pnce . - .. 3/6 yard.

ALL WOOL TRENCH CHEVIOT, EOln. A nice soft

nakc in all the latest tones as now worn

Trice 3/H y"*

COLD ALL WOOL CHEVIOT 45ln wide. A bcauti

ful medium weight cloth for costumes, coats ind skirts etc Saxe, Brown Lignt ^.avy, Dark Navy,

and Black

Price -. ~.-</6 y»"1

ALL WOOL SERGES 40m. Navy and Black only

_/3 2/6 2/0 yard

4 lui Isavy, Bl ick Cream 2/11, 3/6, 3/D yard. 45ln Nav,, Black and Cream 4/6 yard 64ln Navy and Black T/ll yard

60 n Navy onlv 6/6 5/U 6/« yard. 56in, Navy and Black "/li ,ard

CHEVIOT SfROi in Navy and Black. 4MB.

¿IO ¡11 2/3 1/lli vard. 44in 4/6 j ard

A4/f»In 1/0 1/11 yard

4Sln, 4/11 jard _

STBIPrD S1RGE, 40/42in The most popular of M

serges with pencil stripe in Black, Navy wiJi White ctripe ind Cream with Black Stripe

1 rice 3/0, 3/11, 4/6, 4/11 yard Min 5/11 6/H yard.

WOOLLEN ROBrS, in all the newest tones andco

lourin(,s Check and Plain, 17/6, 10/0, 20/6, 33/6,

34/6, JO/6 etc

CRPAM BFAVFR 48/60in The finest cloth made for

Children s Coats, Muffs, Stoles, etc Good wasa

""*' Pnce - . IPU »/O ***" BLACK SEALPTTE 48/50m The correct cloth for

coats muffs, furs and Btolcs _

Price 13/6, 15/0, 10/11 yard.

BLACK BrARSKIN 48/50in A very popular weave

for coats, etc

Ince . ..--. 7/U, 13/0 yard.

COLD VELVETFEN, 22in Always a popular ma

temi for Winter wear for costumes coats and skirts also for childrens wear White, pearn I oval National Mamie Navy, Saxe Electric Nattier Y lolet, Amethj&t, Apricot Wine, Grenat,

0nd B,Tnce 1M11 2/3 2/6 VU J«*»

¿in . .. _ 3/0, 3/11 yard.

WRITE FOR. PATTERNS

WE TAY CARRIAGE TO~ÀNY PART OF AUSTRAIM

LASSETTERS

THE LEADING UNIVERSAL

PROVIDERS,

SYDNEY

T

SHIPPING

AYLOR'S-' YVHAM. PYRMONT.

CAMDFN HAVEN LAURIXTON, IvFW, COMBOYNE,

and hENDVLT -COWBOYNT MOND »A, noon

CAPL U Wsl I OBST I I! TUNCURRY N ABHC,

hit \MBAOIl COOIONCOLOOK, and IA1LI ORD - TUNCURRY MONDVY 4pm_

ñfvíoTt-s OX" BY-" rUÍU IO 1 EN DLR.

Steamers Phoenix and let together with all the Trustees Rights Privileges an 1 lacilitics, at Lake

Macquarie

Tlie Trustees of the Estate of Tv W JOHNSON (decease!) lave II stn ted as to invite Tenders for the nlovenauicd steamers and trading facilities, as follows - . ., ",

LOT 1 -steamer Phoenix (accommodation 284 pas-

sengers)

LOT 2 -Steamer Rose (accommodation 1 7 pas

LOT ¡ -All Propert) B Hidings Interests Privileges

-ind Rights Stores Blacksmith s Tools etc, cn gaged or used in connection with the pas- senger and carno service on Lake Macquarie (as per particulars)

Tenders are Invited for the whole or any lot .»

lots

Tenders for the whole as a going concern, will he preferred Yvitti tint object the Trastees are main taining tie service in its m M1 tnding n aimer

Deliver) will be given to the purchaser ¡mineLately following upon the acceptance of the Tender io that tenderers are thus assured the full advantage of the

LTStcr traffic

The above steamers and ti e I alto Macquarie Service ire well known, the scnice being established now for many jcars and the connection and goodwill form a nucleus of a very desirable business

A cop} of the report supplied bv Mr > A Spence, Marino Suncjor, is available for inspection by intend

ing tenderers.

All tel lers must be made on the p inted forms obtainable on api lie-ation to ti e un lersigned and a 10 per cent deposit aceoiiipam li g ejeh tender

Tenders will be received at the otllcc of the m der signed up to noon on TUISDvY MARCH 23 1915

TI e highest or ai v tender not 1 ecessarilj ucecpted Tull information and ten 1er fon is maj he obtained t our office;, Australasia chambers 2 Martin place Sydnej Union Bank chambers Bolton street New' castle or at the premises of W W JOHNSON 8

bTOlir \\allsond

THOMAS 11W1S. SIIHIiY an 1 CO

Publie Accountants

Svdnev

Oil'f'S DOCK AND LNGINLI RING COMPANY.

IIM1TED

Works Mort s and Johnstone s Bays, Balmain and

W oolwich

Town Office So Pitt street, Sid-c,

fcL, 178 1703 "esr C ent ind 4 Hunter s nill

DOCKING ACCOMMODATION

Woolwich Dock 15 000 tons Monts Dock 7000 tons, Woolwich Floating Dock 1500 tons Jubilee, I loatlng Dock, 1500 tons Patent Slips SPJO tons

Ship and Engineering Repairs of every class and deserii tloil executed with the utmost d spatcli_

.OABGAlNb 1\ Till MOTOR LI NI

We have a uumbcr of Marule and Stationary Oil I-ngincs of vanous makes, which we want to clear at the followii g extremely low prices -

30-h.p Double cjL four-cycle Marine Fngine,

with reverse gear (not overhauled), Jj>o 12-h p Doublc-c, 1 , four c, de M irme Lngine,

with reverso gear (ovcrhaule 1) £4 , 10 bp Dtublecy] four cv cle Marine liigmi

with reverse gear (ovcrluulel) .Uu 6-h p Double cyl (OUT 1 vele Ylannc Engine

(ovcrl allied) _t_>0 10-h p Smgle-cjl (our cyele Marine tn"inc

, <"T) ' r ¿10 2 lip Single ejl four cv de Marino lngine

(o\ rl aule I) _,_ S h p Single c,l fourovclc Yiirine Ln m

aii 1 reverse Gcir and Boseh Mjgncto, ¿So

AND ABOUT A DOZEN OniLRS

rwINCIBLF uOTOR ColvSTRLCTlOV CO LTD

".» Pitt street Svdnev

M

8

MUtlN* STATIONARY HOISTING

OPr RATING ON B'N/1N), DIOTIuTn OR

Ivl ROSI- NL

Standard Oil Tnglnes arc generally admitted to Engines arc built for Har I Work the construction Is

Aalte"'0 and 'h0 WorL,n* P"?''busily

Some faur vcars ago we supplied Mi A R Smithers 0 Bermagui with a 12 I. p Double c, R" 1er Stand rT \ irine lngine and some two scare «ince we fitted his engine o run on Iveroscnc Mr Smithers ,S to us rec ntlv says - I have been using jour Ihdro Carbon (as lroducer 'or a period of »bout l8 months and ave lud the ver, best of satisfaction from san c Our Launch has done over TO 000 miles m that time In all sorts of weather conditions and both for economy and reliai Hit, consider ,our Kerosene Attachment cannot ,0 excelled i" any respect whatever ? "¿y also state that we have not had the slightest tro ii le

vvith this attachment no matter how r. ugh the con

lltlons were h '"*? tu"

\\ Mrc H and JOSl PHSON Sole Agents _l_o ill urn and Brlsbine streets Svdnev

(Jin Al 1 It UÜL _IOU Oír"1-fNUNLS

In response to ni inv cugRc»tlons that wo should pro vile a cheaper fue' for standard and other Ben/lne Oil Engines we have pleasure lo Intimate that wo Iinve Ï, , "7,1'cements for supplying a high gradi. Snocial

Fngine Distillate in any "uanüty. at prlcSTwhlch win l"ni.ii!es "? ninnlnr cost of all Benrlne Oil

Oc c istomer writes-This oil is the lest I have !'«. r I».1"r,Hnow 'i0'1 ^^"^ »beats ' oiu-inc ho] lo\ I get f il|\ ni otl cr r0 R P V v <th a C h 1 Itivv

e'ver IC'K""' ""' "'"* l0,ÎS °" ' nconincml " «hen

WAUGH an I JOSEPIISON

Coull urn nnl Brlslnno streets Svdnev

CASH offer for Nilling Boat bout lut must 'ic

cheap and bound 843, Herald.

i JJISISTOID IS BEST.

RISISTOLD in its vrious forma is recommended a»:

A PERMANENT ROOFING.

AN EFFECTIVE DA.MPCOURSE. AN IDEAL BUILDING PAPER.

-AN ECONOMICAL FLOORCLOTH.

A USEFUL NON-CONDUCTOR. ' " RIS1STOID

is CHEAPER than that which it «uppUnts. RESISTS Vermin and Vapours.

IS PROOF against Acids and Chemicals. lu ODORLESS and HYGIENia RISISTO

is produced in different grades tor diffdrest

purposes.

A Waterproof Paint,

A Damp-proof and Acid-proof Paint, A lied Paint for Roots. RISISTl.N'E

ia a Black Cementing Paint for Joining the Lap» and Coating Risistoid Roofing, when exposed to the direct rays of the sun.

All RISISTOID PRODUCTIONS are brought under tfc«

influence of

ANTHONY HORDERNS'

FAMOUS LOW PRICES.

RISISTOID ROOFING',

JIade of Felt, treated with A PURE MINERAL. PRODUCTION, rendering it WATERPROOF,- and possessing QUALÏÏIia which RESIST THE HEAVI- EST RAINSTORM and the HEAT OF TUB SUN. RISISTOID DAMPCOURSE,

Manufactured of tile tame material as the ROOF- ING, but specially prepared to withstand the PRES- SURE of Masonry or Brickwork. RISISTOID BUILDING PAPER,

for use ni a LINING only, good and strong, WATERPROOF and VAPOUR-PROOF, serviceable to tho BUILDER, invaluable to the ORCHARDIST. RISISTOID ASPHALT SATURATED FELT.

A valuable LINING that lus replaced TARRED FELT for use nmlcr HOOFS.

RISISTO WATERPROOF PAINT.

An absolutely WATERPROOF PAINT, for tate either aboic ground or below ground, and above or below

water.

RISISTO SPECIAL P.VINT,

of medium consistency, equal in covering easaeiry to TWO COATS of ORDINARY PAINT. A Gallon will cover a surface of about 200 square feet. RISISTINE BCD PAINT,

an Artistic Dark Terra Cotta colour, for painting Itisistoid Roofing, or other rooting material^ pre- venting the absorption of moisture, and rcaisiting the action of the elements. RISISTDJB PAINT.

A Black WATERPROOF PAINT, unaffected by th« rava of the sun, and a serviceable Roof Paint, RISISTOID FLOORCLOTH.

An ideal Boor covering that will tand hard wear and give long service. It is damp-proof and vermin« proof.

RISISTOID ROOFING.

In Rolls 72 feet long, 80 inches wdic:

J ply.". 17/(1 pcrroD. lply_.". 21/0 "

2 ply . 28/ 8 ply . »4/6 ,.

Cement and Nails for laying furnished

FREE with each roll,

RISISTOID DAMPCOURSE.

In Rolls 72 feet long.

43n. wide..'. E/6 per roll. »lin. wide . 10/0 "

14in. wide . 15/ "

ISJin wide . 30/6 "

23in. wide. 22/0 " 27Jin. wide .28/6 "

30In. wide.'.. 32/8 "

. RISISTOID BUILDING PAPER.

In Rolls 30 inches wide, 330 feet long.

1 ply, Sflin. wide . 15/ per rou. 2 ply, 30in. wide . 21/8 .. ' 3 ply, 30in. »Ide . 27/8 " 4 ply, SOin. wide . 36/6 "

RISISTO FELT.

ASPHALT SATURATED.

No. 2, width ¡t2tii., length 125ft.10/ rolL ' No. 3, width S7in., length 160ft.10/ rolL RISISTOID FLOORCLOTH.

Risistoid Floorcloth is an ideal, inexpensive, Itoor coiermg for ollice-, Government Buildings, BasM meule Balconies, and Verandah!, and any floor sub- ject to hard wear. As a covering for a cement or concrete door, Risistoid tills the bill It is damp proof and vermin-proof, and one colour right!

through. "

2f,in. wide, 1/0 yard; Rolls of 24 yards, SI/6.

R rSI STO PAINTS.

1 American ."> American'

Gallon. «allocs. RISISTO WATERPROOF PAINT,

Black only . 8/ .. -' RISISTO SPECIAL PAINT,

Damp Proof, Acid Proof,

No. 2 . E/6 " -. .

RISISTO SPECIAL PAINT,

Damp Troof,-Add Prpoi,. "-,-,- -v.¡.ÍUV-ÍI No. ;t . ' S/3 " .', -s. ' ;

niSTSTINE RED PAINT, for

Roofs . 0/8 .. 45/

HISTST1NE BLACK CEMENTING TAINT, igalL, 2/3J

äsrill.. 4/; Igall. tin«, 7/ tin.

WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED lUSTSTOrD

BOOKLET and

SAMPLES OF RISISTOID.

POST FREE ON APPLICATION.

ANTHONY HORDERN AND SONS. LTD.,

ONLY UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS,

NEW PALACE EMPORIUM.

BRICKFIELD-HILL, SYDNEY.

SHIPPING.

Department of Navigation,

Sydney, 15th March. 1015.

pUBLIO NOTICE.

IT IS NOTIFIED for pubUc information that on and after 1st APRIL, 1015, the arrangements hitherto in force by which an Officer of the Department of Navigation was stationed at Shellharbour to assist Shipping, etc., WILL CEASE.

By order of the Superintendent.

JOHN S. D'ARCY,

2fl0_Secretary.

SKANDIA. SKANDIA. SKANDIA,

The successful CRUDE or KEROSENE OIL

ENG INK

As a comparison of the cost of running with other Engines, the SKANDIA ENGINE installed in th« Schooner ALCAIRO, which bupplanted a benzine en- gine of equal power, fellows a saving of 5/ per hour ou S hours per day, this is equal to £14 per week, and £728 for 12 months, practically double the cost of 1'ngino.

Manufactured in from 5 to 000 b.h.p.f with special advantages, suitable for every kind of marine craft and cargo winches.

Also for stationary work, pumping, electric lighting, farm machinery, hoists, mining, and industrial seta.

Fuel used costs (id per gallon.

Intending purchasers before deciding on another en- gine should look further into the merits of *ae SKAN- DIA, as it will do for them what it is doing ior others. A better investment never known.

Write today tor particulars, or, better still, call and have a demonstration.

NELSON and ROBERTSON.

11-15 LOFTUS-STREET,

SYDNEY.

Sole Agents for Australasia and South Sea Island».

DON'T CO ROWING,

GO FERROWING

during the lester Holidajs with a 2J-h.p. FF.Rf"> Detachable Row Boat Motor. There are many landa el detachable niotor3 on the market, but the FERBO

STANDS ALONE, anil is ¡u a i!..-s by it-elf.

Why not ha»c ibe lwslî It costa no more than tha

other kind.

Tiley arc tlttcd with BOSCH Reversible Magneton Kingston Carburettor, Removable Bearings, and marr/ other exclusive featui . -.

We have large stotks of the FERRO

KEROSENE ENGINES

of the inboard type, also Benzine Engine*.

It you want an engine for the holidays don't bara it until the last minute.

Call or send lor Catalogue.

Sole Agents: HALL BROS., Ltd.,

_211 George-street North. Sydney.

l-AATALOaUE

V_/ "HARDWARE FOR WET PLACES"

Illustrates the Fine Stock we carry of all

YACHT AND BOAT GEAR.

We are Agents for the Leading Manufacturera.

SOLE AGENTS FOE MICHIGAN TtEVEBSE GEARS.

CAPELS, .r.lLlL, and DE DION MARINE JIOTOK

ENGINES.

AT TUE FRONT.

Where Reliability must be the First Considera- tion, a Launch fitted with IS-h.p. NIAGARA MOTOR haB been selected hy the Government to iccompany the First Expeditionary Force. This Bpcaks volumes. . Sole Australian Agent,

C. E. WOODWARD,

150 Sussex-street,

A GIFT, 3-cyliuder 12-15 MARINE ENGINE, mag*

neto ignition, as new. £100 or offer: also 3-h.pj and 5-h.p. equally low prices.

PRITCIlARIl BROS., LTD.. NORTH SYDNEY.

A

UX. Yacht Goora for Snle, ti tons, modem cruising

design, complete. Nicholii, boatshed, Rushc Bay.

(.U..1...J ,i. .iiuiui i.iiuiii-iit.'», j.iiKineg, etc., new

and second-hand, well worth inspection, cash oí

terms.

T. A. SAYBURN, Engineer and Boat Builder.

- Kogarah Bay,

Phone, 030 Kogarah. Leave Tram Nelson-strret.

BRITISH-MADE ENGINES. '-"

KEROSENE OR BENZINE. The MOST RELIABLE and CHEAPEST ENGINE

on tho market. Telephone, Cltv 0027.

_GEO. RUTHERFORD, fis Pitt-street.

O'lIAPMAN Marine Engines, the simple and reliable

Engine! of quality, 2 and 4 cycle, all sizes to. order, from £11; also new and second-hand Launches. Cash, terms, G. Chapman, Eng., Clara-st, Ersk'rille^

'(Continued on next Pago.)

[

SHIPPING.

_(Contltnicd ti om Pago 1 )

| ANCHORS Chains M no mil Manila Ropes Blocks, ?*?*. etc , Ships, Gear of e\ el t description new an 1 ectond hand for Sale, chnp 1 filtering low IL.CS done W WAUOII, ID Neston st Bilmuin b _A\ 1002 IA U^ Motor Launch « mteil for outM le fishing ?**? lull piiticulars J C ii michael Herald Oflcc

BOSCH MH.N1-10S- We hue a aw new ZUI in

stock at TCisonihlc pi ices

_II ALL liliOa , Lui ¿li Geoige street North

OA1LLL PLRlfCIION MUtlNL MOTORS, fitted

with Waterproof lyu ion System 2 to SO lip Standard and lluij Lutv Ijpts, Portable How bo it llotors, also lvcioaenc sutioiury I nfcliies Call an! ii spett, or write to BENSON BIOS Ltd ,

51 53 Druitt street,

_Sole Agents for Australia

ftABlN LAUNCH (30ft), piano cushion« all gear, *~-> seat 32, 12 b p, 4cjl engine Bosch Mug, w-hebUr Carb S knots1_£l-,i ll_st_\ndrow st Bal

OAKVLLBUIir ISft Cedar "BO AT, new, sails and

gear, splcn lid condition ¿2o Apply

Mr CAMI RON Cremorne Boatshed». Cremorne

EDAR bailing Bo it loft, tanti, 2 suits, all gear

1 S B llciald Iii mell_ OABIN La inch, 20 0 \ 7, 7 li p 1 nglnc, elco" liejit, _etc trial y appoint_57_Glnsx.op st,_B ilinam ORUlbfR Launch tor Sale ¿0 x 0 2cjl,~hd eng

_elecjltgs_splen _sça_bont idçallj_comf_S2t[_UrlJ COI LI Y, Mosman Bij -Superior Motor l-aunchc* ii _-_Hire e\pcri dmem _j i ii u3_Pjin IP b1 Aloa

E\CII WGl 1st class Motor Car for 30ft Motor Boat, _Union ung_L_J_, Haymqrl et 1' O_

POR PRIVATE SALL

LIGHT DRAUGIIl ST1 AMIRS SAILERS,

TUGS, MOIOR BOWS, BARGLS,

and

AUXIIIARY OIL AE'SLLS

SEALRAL ABOW ALBA CHLAP

TTL CITY 1012.1_ FOR SALL, C1 D AR LAUNCH, half cabin, 22ft Oin x

0ft beam, 10 12 bp, 3 cj limkr, AVhite and Popple engine, dual ignition K A\ magneto and batter), guirantcod perfi_ct order, awning and co\cr, suitable harbour or mer, anj ti ni, all accessories Price £250. _ILRNBANh, Sutherland crescent, Dirluig l'omt_ TTIOR SVLf Ne» Cibui CltUlSr.it Ula-, Finnie J- cibui with 1 lull i/ed bunks hair cu»hions, di

viding bulkhead with curtains iiiaton, gillcj, frtsh water pump ami «ink loti ern an I rawers lerj roouij eocknit toierid in storm curtains, complete, iic\ lut Octoler prue £"10 1AONS Hie Spit FOR S ile one 10 and one 14 foot Cedar BO AT, both

in fir-t c1 lis order w ill bell cheap to promut bu)cr, want room Apph

T L CAMI RON Cremorne Club

noir Old Cremorne \\ barf Cremorne

17I0R S VI 1, 32 and 20 ft I AUNCHI S, perfect order,

rtli lble engines am trial al o Mt and 14ft Dinghies lvinri nul Ce lur, new Particulars Mr lOUN^ON Boil miller Itilmam 'Phune A\ 1°S2

FOR SALI, Ausilun launch 20 \ 10ft hu, cop

pered bottom, everything good, £o5 the lo*, pe i g to war Apph

_Wir PO riiznbcthst Surp Hills

FOR S ALL, SAt ALL SI A GOING 1UOBOAT, 7rift x

17ft just oi crbauled, suit steamship co as Ten

der etc

_C n liri PH Crine place Pitt street

FAIRBANKS MORSl MARINT OIL LNGINES

Sole Agent, C H Rl LIM I,

_170 0 Ceorge street N

FOR Sale licht Hull 45ft \ 0ft Oin cheap yacht

slipped and fitted out Bl DI ORD BROS ,

Neutral Iii; 1 icht_Anrd5_'Phono_1074 NS

Í¡AOR SALT, Oft "MARISL OIL ENG1NF, all fitting«,

' new Sacntlce Applj after 0pm on Saturday, _10 Thornleigh street. Drummoyne.

T7AOR Sale, 27It b\ bit Oin Counter Stern Motor J- Launch, full cabin or will 1 \changc for Motor Car Mulgnnnon s Boat Shed Mosman_

m

FOR SALE, 0 h p Marino I ngine in perfect order,

cheap_Brent Motor AVorks _Wcston rd. Rozelle. fTT'OE Sale American Pat Boat 10ft by Ott

J Aliilgannon s Bl at Shed Alosimn T 073 Mos

¡TjvOR Sale 20ft Cruiser Doreen t suits tails and ?X? spars storms 1 tent 2 c boirds F G S Herald OTTNE LAUNCH, thorough order carvel built, spares

- etc cheap Tel 331 Homebush_ iTTtOR SALL, loft Motor Launch 3 h p ferro engine,

ii? pearl> new trial Ryan Pearl Bay _ .J7V0R SALL, 14ft Sailing Skiff 0't beam, built " months, bargain_Rjan Pearl Bay_

.TjUNE l8 footer Sunny South, cheap cish or time U? payment T Allen 20 Duke st AVoolIoomooloo.

TftOR SALF, 20 Aux Centerboard Boat 24 St 1 George s crescent, Drummo3-ne.

R SALE, neu Skiff, 10ft built

Seen at 0 St John st Newtown_ FOR SALL, è-Cabin Cruiser, 2S x 0 all cedar, 11

Ferro Neptune Boatshed, or 1160 Ashfield

FOR SALI, loft SMI 1, cedar, new A\ rlxton a

Boatshed, foot W llloughbv st, North Sjduo) _ FOR SALE Launch Hull coppered 22ft Suit ot _Sails_Price £18_17_Lh ingstono rd,_Pet sham. TAUNCH ENGINr~I>ench mike, 2c\l, eppacd, XJ 13-15 h p , Bosch D U 2 Magneto, Schcbler car burcttor, dual ignition, with Bildnd"c rciersc g ar, trembler colls rivctted petrol tank, exhaust pipe and muffler, and 10m \ 22in Michigan propeller This engine is at present installed in launch Comet and will run equally as well on pure kerosene as li'iu io,

JL45 the lot Owner installing more power S j STANDEN- Llewellyn st, Rhodes Tel , 714 Redfern

LAUNCH, 30ft x 7ft Oin seats S speed 30 3j miles,

Owner will accept reasonable offer, or make an

exchange to value

_C II RTTPII, 170 0 Gwrge-street N

T AUNCn, 31 x 8, 8 b p engine, license exp last JUT April, no further use C Andrews, Yv, oy Y\ oy. T , lfi MOiOlt LAUNCULS BUILT lu ORDI It, complete

m every detail, fitted with engines of "ny power, excellent designs guaranteed speed, and absolute satisfaction Guaranteed live Years G CHAPMAN 3 ngineer Piara street rrskinev lile_

OTOR BO\T, 20 x 6 seat 10 2 cvl S 10 bp cn ginc mec'iamcal inlet valves adjustable tappets, K W , high tension ignition speed 8 miles any trial, ¿.70 S _STANDLN Rhodes __Tcl 711_Hodfcm

MOTOR BOU, 20ft \ 7ft, 4J h p , (¡¡ulck Sale

will ncccpt £3i

_r 11 liri PTf Crane phce Pitt street

OTOR LAUNCHES, nr\, RFGINA, REGAL, 00, 54, 34 pass , 10o/, 70/, o0/ per day, piano, elec lights. Tel, 13S Mosman_POSMAN S BOATSHED

"¡VTOiOR 1 UjNClilb 1011 lllltr - V. Goddard Boat IX Builder_Rose BTV_Telephone JB 2 Edgecliff

MOTOR Launch for Sale ISft, h p , engine, cheap

Ha,cs Bros live Dock_

nOTOR LV.UNCHIS Nebraska and Nevada for IIIRF

T av lor 1 cdera¿ Boalshed,_Lav_Bav_T ,_1000 N S MOTOR Boat for Sale 2o x 61 half cabin Bntish _ engine 81 h n. mod any trial 814 Herald, MOTOR Boat 16ft new £32/10/ inspect at Bailey's _Shed_Abbot ford featurd iv afternoon

in

"MTvY Manne Oil 1 ngine for Sale 8 10 li p , heavy -L.' dut,, _£. 10_37_ Boulev ard,_I ewlsliam

PltrTTY LAUNCH, 2o x 0 glass cabin, engine 10

h p floating tanks magneto, etc This fast boat u gift £100 Y1POND S'Boatsheds, Rushcutter Bay_Tel, 642_EdgccluT_ QUOTATIONS wanted for the Supply and Install?

tion m a 40ft boat of a 10bp Double-c,Under 4 cycle Marine Motor 1 ne_ino, new or slightlj used

State earliest delivery and bedrock ca*h price to

10UR CYCLL,

_ _ Herald

EEC AL MARINE MOTORS," Simple and Reliable, all

1 sizes m stock Send for prices

O P.OSMAN, Sole Agent N S W Tel, _13S_Mosnian.

STRONG Sheathed Punt und Double Moorings suit

able House Boat or Pontoon for Sale cheap, T3__x 12 t 4 Fpl cond 51 Spencer road Mosman SCOYV Ding, 8ft carvel new AItcr~2 o clock

Stafford 100 I omsa rd Balmain_ _ SI;

s: _

riTUL W11 COX DETACHABLE ROWBOAT MOTOR, -L with Rudder Complete,

JS THE MOST HI ICH NT 0\ HIE MARKET

Battery or Magneto Ignition Readily attached to any boat Call and inspect

C1 V.PII VM and CO ,

Bole Aïeuls 318 George street,

_Rear Callan and Co 's Piano Rooms

TWO CYCLE Munno Petrol FNGINT Clip, wants

assembling, 278 Oxford st, VA oollalira 'Ph 604 Way .YTICTOR MARLNF mid STATIONARY OIL LNGINI S, I Y Improved, Simple Reliable, 1 conomical, Substan tiaL Prices Right Guaranteed Yvrito foi particulars or see us Tel , IS Tdgcoliff Built by

THL VICTOR MOTOR CO LTD,

Double Bay, Sv due,

\7r7pLVl RINE 1 NGlNiS ure guaranteed to give entire IVV satisf iction using the cheapest kerosene Pee thein 111 use befcio deciding on vour engine loi» cycle, 6 to 200 li p 1 nels, Benzine Kerosene, or Producer Gas Ofllce 83 M icqinne street_ w

A__

w

WTi D Overboard Motor with magneto ignition new or s Ii must be first class order apply Allan Ulemere Bay Y jew street _Luvcnder Bay \NTI D, lift Dint,, I L Clnrl ë and- Co

Whirf Dirimir Island_

w

w w

\NTID fteverslng Propcl'cr for small Motor also __ _l'r ce o I 0_ 111 no1 lvn

ANTTD, Motor-" Boat, nbout 10ft, in good order,

cheap Clarissa, Northumberland rd, Auburn

\NT1D 12ft lieht Rowing DINGY double-en i d pref Prlci C Martin Glen Barton st Randwick ANTI D, good Skiff rowing sailing sound tondl

tion cheap Boonool, P 0 Yiosman

w

YACHT for Sale snail deep keel two suits sais

eures, dint, etc, fill

T LYON

Le R-pnre Can-bride, street VJateon's Bav

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL NOTICES M'

UMCIPAIUY or

APprÂrTcbuRT

"NOTICE is hercbj given tint a Court of Appeal for Uie purpose of hearintr the appalls of persons aggrieved by \nluations made for purposes of rating (for the jear-^Jli) within the Municipality under the pro visions of Section 13> of the Local Government Act of lOOO, and Acts amending the same will b» held nt the Council clumbers Norton street I elchlmrdt on Vii DN1SDAY' APRIL 11 1015 commencing ut the ¿our of 2 o clock in the afternoon

J II WAI rrRS

Acting Town Clerk Town Hall leichhardt

March 1" 1011_ TV/TUMCIPVLITY 01 ST PI TIRS - r,OTICl Is herein MVPII that an APPI \I COUIT for the purpose of buring the Appells against the Assessments of the above Milnicl. lilt, fir " lilli will be held at tie Coi HI ouse Ne 1ULSDYY, 13th April, 1015 at H a 1

»VEKHMEHT &&& EAILWAYS.

JJ0SEH1LL RAC-S.

TO-DAY, SATURDAY.

SPECIAL TRAINS will leave STONEY for ROSE- HILL RACECOURSE at 11.20 a.m. for Horses; and for First ,and Second Class Passengers at 11.53 a.m., 12.0 p.m., 12.17 p.m., 12.40 p.m., 12.01 p.m., 12.58 p.m., 1.8 p.m., and 1.27 p.m.

ORDINARY AND SEASON TICKI7TS WILL NOT BE

AA'AILABLE BY THE SPECIAL TRAIN.

?AjrnJTARY ENCAMPMENT AT LIVERPOOL

SUNDAY, MARCH 21.

AO-MORROW (SUNDAY), in addition to the ordinary service, SPECIAL PASSENGER TRAINS will leave Sydney for Liverpool at 0.85 a.m., 12.45 p.m., 12.53, 1.10, 1.40, and 2.13 p.m., and leave Liverpool on re- turn ni 12.2S p.m., 4.55 p.m., 6.30 p.m., 0.15, 7.60, and

8.30 p.m.

TJICHMONvD RACES. . -

MONDAY,- MARCH 22. -,

SPECIAL TRAINS will leave" SYDNEY for RICH- MOND at 0.45 a.m., 10.20 a.m., and 10.55 n.m., and leave Richmotid on return at 5.10, 5.35, and C10 p.m.

Racehorses will be conveyed by the 0.45 n.m. Special.

Season Tickets will not be available by the Special

Trains.

EXCURSION TRAINS TO AND FROM THE

COUNTRY.

Tickets at the Hate of Single Fare for' the Double

Journey (minimum fares 7s Oil First-class and 6s Se- cond-class) will be issued on the undermentioned date*. Such tickets will have a coupon attached, which will require to bo exchanged for a single ticket for the return journey. For distances np to 300 miles within one calendar month from date of issue, and for dis- tances over 300 miles, within six weeks from date of Issue. Evxmrsionists will be allowed to return only by

trains shown on handbills.

Excursion', Trains for country stations will leave Sydney as follows:- >

TO THE ^SOUTHERN LINE AND BRANCHES.

To stations on the Crookwell Line, WEDNESDAY, «ARCH 24th.

To Main Line'Stations,' Douglas "Park to Albury, stations Kingsvale to Cowra, The" Tumut,1 Barellan, Tocumwal, Oaklands and Germanton Branches, stations Old Junee to AVhitton, and Bangalore to Nimmitabel, inclusive, on THURSDAY, MARCH 25.

To Stations Sproule's Lagoon to AVyalong, inclusive, the Boorowa,. Grenfell, and Corowa Branches, alio sta- tions Wilbriggie to Hay, inclusive, on FRIDAY,

MARCH 28.

. TO THE AVESTERN LINE AND BRANCHES.

To Hartley A'alc and Main Line Stations west thcre *f as far as Nyngin, to Stations Manna to Dunedoo, to the Blayney, Cowra, Canowindra, Forbes, Condobo- lin, Coonamble, Warren, and Cobar Branches, and sta- tions Parkes to Narwonah, on TUESDAY, MARCH 23.

To Stations Irondale to Mudgee, Tullamore, Grenfell, ind Brewarrina Brandies, and stations Summervale to Bourke, on WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24.

TO THE NORTHERN LINE AND BRANOTIES.

To Woy AVoy and Alain Lme Suitions north thereof, to the Toronto and Morpeth Brandies, to stations Oakhampton to Taree, and to the North-western Line, including stations Culgoora to Walgett, and Mungle Bundie to Inverell, on MONDAY', MARCH 22.

To stations Camurra to Mungindi and Old Burren to Collarenebri East, inclusive, and to the Barraba Branch, on TUESDAY, MARCH 2S.

Similar Tickets will also be issued from Country Sta- tions to Sydney and Intermediate stations as under:

FROM THE SOUTHERN LINE AND BRANCHES.

From Main Line Stations Coulbum to Douglas Park, the Crookwell Branch, and stations Nimmitabel to Rock Flat, and Queanbeyan to Tirranna, on WEDNESDAY,

MARCH 24.

From Main Line stations Harden to Yarra, Inclusive, also the Boorowa Line, and from stations Cooma te Tuggeranong, inclusive,- on THURSDAY', MARCH 25.

From Main Line stations, AVagga AVagga to Murrum- burrah, inclusive, and from Germanton Branch, on

FRIDAY, MARCH 20.

Trom Main Line stations Albury to Uranquinty, in- clusive, and from Harden to Yarra, inclusive, from the Corowa, Oaklands, Hay, Tocumwal, Grenfell, Barellan, Tumut, Boorowa, and Crookwell Branches, from sta- tions Wyalong to Bauloora, inclusive, from stations Wattamondara to, Kingsvale, inclusive, and from sta- tions Cooma to Bangalore, inclusive, on SATURDAY,

MARCH 27.

From Main Line stations Goulburn to Douglas Park, Inclusive, and from stations, Nimmitabel to Rock Flat, inclusive, on MOKDAY, MAROU 20,

FROM THE .WESTERN LINE AND BRANCHES

From stations Bourke to Wombiana, from the Bre- warrina and Warren Blanches, stations Nanardine to Narwonah, Tullamore to Brolgan, from the Coon- amble, Forbes, and Canowindra Branches, stations Mudgee to Irondale, and Eskbank to Springwood, on

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24. '

From the Cobar Branch, stations Condobolin to Carlachy, from tile Grenfell Branch, stations Cowra to Stanfield, Dunedoo to Munna, and Blayney to Bowen-

fels, on THURSDAY', MARCH 25.

From Stations Bourke to Maryvale, .from the Bre- warrina, and YVarron Branches, stations Nanardine to Narwonah, and Tullamore to Brolgan, from the Canowindra Branch, and stations Mudgee to Irondale

on MONDAY, MARCH 29.

From stations YVcllington to Clergate, and from Cobar, Coonamble, Forbes, and Grenfell Branches, stations Nanardine to Narwonah, Condobolin to Car- lachy, Cowra to Stanfield, and Dunedoo to Munna, on

TUESDAY, MARCH 30.

FROM THE NORTHERN LINE AND BRANCHES.

From stations YValgctt. to' Bugilbone on WEDNES-

DAY", MARCH 24.

From main line stations north of Tamworth, from the Barraba, Mungindi, and Inverell lines, and from stations Moree to Gap, and Collarenebri East to Culgoora inclusive, on THURSDAY, MARCH 25.

From stations Tamworth to Woy YVoy, Taree to Oakhampton, inclusive, and from the Morpeth and Toronto Branches on FRIDAY, MARCH 20.

From stations Tamworth to Woy YVoy, and from the Morpeth and Toronto Lim», and stations YVal- gctt to Bugilbone, inclusive, on MONDAY, MARCH

20.

From stations Moree to Gap, and Collarenebri East to Culgoora, inclusive, also from Hie Barraba, Mungindi, and Inverell Lines, on TUESDAY, MARCH

FROM THE ILLAWARRA LINE.

From stations Nowra to Corrimal, on TUESDAY,

MARCH 30.

Handbills and further particulars obtainable from Sta-

tionmasters.

EJ

ASTER HOLIDAYS. v

INTERSTATE HOLIDAY EXCURSION FARES.

HOLIDAY EXCURSION TICKETS will be issued to the principal Y'ictorian, South Australian, and Queens- land stations from FRIDAY, MABCn 20, until MON- DAY, APRIL 5 inclusive.

The Holiday Excursion Tickets will have a Coupon attached to the forward journey ticket, and the Cou- pon must lie exchanged for a single ticket on the day of commencing the return journey within two months

of the date of issue.

The tickets issued from New South Wales and Queensland stations to Y'ictorin, and vice versa, will not be available by Express trains, between Sydney and Albury, except on payment of the difference be- tween tlic Holiday Excursion and Ordinary fare. Ex-

cursion Ticket! issued to and from South Australia)

will bo available by the Express Trains.

NTERSTATE EXCURSIONS. JNT:

SYDNEY TO ADELAIDE, MOUNT GAMBIER, AND

BROKEN HILL.

MONDAY', MARCH 22.

CHEAP TICKETS will be issued at Sydney (only) to Adelaide, Mount Gambier, and Broken Hill by the 10.5 p.m. Mall Train on MONDAY, MARCH 22.

FARES FROM SYDNEY TO ADELAIDE and MOUNT GAMBIER:-Single: First-class, £3/10/; Second-clnss, £2/10/. Return: Flr.t-class £7; Second-class, £5.

FARES FROM SYDNEY TO BROKEN HILL.-Sin- gle: Fiist-class, £5 5/¡ Second-class, £3/10/. Re- turn; First-class, £10/10/; Secûnd-class, £7.

Return Tickets itsucd will have a .Coupon attached, which will be required to be "exchanged for a Single Ticket for the Return Journey, within one calendar

month from the date of issue.

Pttssengcrs returning on such Tickets will be allowed to travel by any train except tile Express Train.

s:

PEOIAL CHEAP EXCURSION TO MELBOURNE.

TUESDAY,'MARCH 30.

A SPECIAL EXCURSION TRAIN will leave SYDNEY for MELBQURNE at 3.55 <\m. on TUESDAY, MARCH 30, calling at the principal stations en route, arriving at Melbourne at 12.21 p.m. next day.

FARES.-Firet-cla=s, Single £2; Return £4; Second class, Single £1/10/, Return £3. >

Return Tickets will have a Coupon iittaehed, which will bo required to be exchanged for u Single Ticket for the return journey within one calendar month

from the date of lsme.

Passengers returning on such Tickets will be allowed to travel by any tr.i'n except the Melbourne Express

Trains.

Handbills and further particulars obtainable .from

Stationmasters.

By order.

J. S. SPURYVAY,, __

(tt-UH) . Secretary. I

GOVERNMENT RAILWAYS.

G'

OVERNMENT

ST. PATRICK'S DAY CELEBRATIONS AT AGRI-

CULTURAL GROUND.

' SATURDAY, MARCH 20-A special service of trams

will bo run to the Agricultural Ground fr.in Cir-

cular Quai- and Railway Square Loop, conim.-iifing at,"

0.20 a.m.

TLAIETABLE ALTERATIONS.

ROCKDALE-BRIGHTON-LE-SANDS LINTE.

WEEK DAYS.

COMMENCING MONDAY, MAROU 22.-The 8.5 a.m. tram from Brighton-le-sands will bo altered to de- part at E.13 a.m., arriving at Rockdale S.20 .a.m. (connecting with 8.21 a.m. train ex Rockdale) on Week Days. '

ALTERATION OF STOPPING PLACES

THE SPIT LINE.

COMMENCING MONDAY, MARCH 22.-"Woodbine" will be made a conditional stopping place, and Upper Pacific-avenue stopping place will be discontinued.

By Older,

J. S. SPURWAY.

(T.8)_;_Secretary.

New South AA'alcs Govcnunenc Railways,

Oil'lce of the Chief Commissioner,

Sydney, 10th Mai eli, 1915.

aAENDERS will be received uc THIS OFFICE until 12

- o'clock (.noon) on the dil} s specified for the under- mentioned Supplies, etc.:

WEDNESDAY, 24th MARCH, 1816.

THE SUPPLY OF ITALIAN CLOTH, SILESIAS, ETC.,

BRAIDS, and BUTTONS. Particulars, RaUway Stores, W'ilsou-strect, Nowtovvn.

THE SUPPLY OF ELECTRICALLY-OPERATED DRIV-

ING GEAR for Louvres, White Bay Power House. Further particulars, Existing Lines Otlicc, Public AVorks-building, Bridge-street, Sydney.

AVEDNESDAY, 31st MARCH, 1015. ,

THE SUPPLY OF EARTHENAVARE PIPES, under

sections 1, 3, and 4, of Schedule No. 48 (Fresh Tenders). Particulars, Railway Stores, Wilson street, Newtown.

THE LEASING OF RAILWAY REFRESHMENT ROOM

' AT MILSON'S POINT. Tender forms, etc., at

the Railway Refreshment Rooms and Advertising Manager's Office, Exchange Corner, 03 Pitt-street, Sydney.

AA'EDNESDAY, 7th APRIL, 1016. SUPPLIES AD SERVICES AS UNDER:

Large Coal for Northern Districts and Sydney Work

shops.

Large Coal for Western Districts. (Estimated quan-

tity, 10,000 tons.) Small Coal.

Coke, manufactured. Coke, gas.

General Cartage.

Cartage, Mortlake to Burwood.

Cartage' of Store« between Randwick and Enfield. Cartage, Newcastle.

Coke for Newcastle Trams. Rcpniring Typewriters.

Tallow for Locomotivo Depots.

Billctwood for Locomotive Depots. Sand for Locomotives, Lighterage

Blankets.

Locks, Penny-in-slot.

Tender Forms end further particulars. Ballway Stores, Wilioll-street, Newtown,

AVEDNESDAY, 21st JULA', 1015.

THE SUPPLY OF ONE 2.10K V.A. TURBO-GENERA-

TOR SET, for Zara-strcet Power House, Newcastle. Specification No. 401 (price 10s) at the Electrical Engineer's Office, 01 Hunter-street, .Sydney.

All Tenders must be sent to the Chief Commissioner's Office, and not to tho Branch Offices.

Tenders are to be endorsed "Tender for Cloth," or as the case may be.

The Chief Commissioner does not bind himself to ac cept the lowest or any tender.

By order,

J. S. SPURWAY. Secretary.

AMUSEMENTS.

Y^TTRTH BROS., LIMITED'.

GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH.

35th ANNUAL SEASON,'

OPENING TO-NIGHT.

OPENING TO-NIOHT.

LOCATION, PRINCE ALFRED PARK.

NEW ARTISTS! NEW ATTRACTIONS!

NEW SENSATIONS!

EVERYTHING NEW AND NOVEL.

The Show is now FOUR TIMES bigger and better than ever. The 60 New Artists cost over £2000 in freight and passage money.

READ WHAT THE PAPERS SAY:

'The most magnificent and sensational and novel bill .j presented in Australasia." "The biggest thing Wirths have ever done, and that is saying a lot,"

LOOK AT THESE STARS.

Direct from PctrogTad.

M.. MUSSA MAMIEV,

Tho Russian Cossack, who -ives a clever and intrepid display of Cossack riding. Ills comrades are playing an heroic part in the Fighting against Germany.

Direct from the London Hippodrome,

MAXIMO,

"The drunk on the wiro," who dances the Tango, the latest ragtime dances, and cakewallis on the high slack

Dliect from Paris,

3-THE THREE HASSANS-3.

Two ladies and one gentleman, who actually ride

bicycles and uni-eycles across the wire. ,

Direct from Chicago,

FOOLISH FORD,

America's Funniest Man. His unobtrusive humour is

hilariously funny.

10-WEZZELEN'S MOROCCO ARABS-10.

Dazzling, Whirlwind Tumbling, Gun Spinning, and

Feats of . Strength and Supreme Agility.

Direct from Marseilles,

LIS CENNETTS,.

In Extraordinary Equestrianism.

7-THE SEVEN ROWANDS' SOCIETY CIRCUS-7.

Direct from London, JOEY AND GEORGE,

-European Clowns in Screaming Entries.

THE FLY'ING CADONAS,

including Mr. Alfred Cadoua, the only man in the world

to run triple pirouette and triple somersaults

to catch.

ALL THE OLD FAVOURITES IN NEW ACTS.

WIRTHS' FAMOUS MiiNAGElUE

contains specimens of the fauna of the known world, including performing lions, tigers, jaguars, choolahs, leopards, monkeys, and a herd of elephant«.

SPECIAL FEATURES.

Eleven Lion Cubs, four of which were born at Murray Bridge, South Australia, on Christmas Eve. Sec the South Australian Babies; also "Jumbo," the llaby

Elephant.

SEE THE BIG NEW STOW.

NEW ARTISTS. NEW ATTRACTIONS.

Admission to Combined Shows:-6/ (Reserved Chairs), 4/, 3/, and Gallery 2/. Children Half-price to all parts. Box Plan at Paling's and Hotel Australia. Book early and avoid the crush. Doors open at 7 p.m. MATINEES: WEDNESDAYS, SATURDAYS, and

ALL HOLIDAYS.

JRISU MUSICAL FESTIVAL.

TOYVN HALL.

Direction ,. J. and N. TATT.

SATURDAY NEXT, at 8,

and

MONDAY, MARCH 29th.

THE EVENT OF 1015.

FIRST APPEARANCE IN SYDNEY

OF THE FAMOUS

IRISH PIPE BAND. / IRISn PIPE BAND.

- IRISH PIPE BAND.

20 STAIt ARTISTS. 20.

Incliidins

Miss Y'ERA CAREW (Soprano).

Mr. AMBROSE McMAHON (Baritone), Mr. PAT. COLEMAN (Basso),

mid

Mias ANNIE MAHER, Miss NORAn JOYCE,

Scrgt. I. O'SULLIVAN, PIPER FOGARTY,

in

TYVO AND FOUR HAND REELS,

JIGS. AND LONG SETS.

IN ANCIENT IRISH COSTUME.

Accompanist . Mrs. D. BARRY.

Programmes will include:

PIPE 1UKD SELECTIONS: "Let lirin Remember the Days of Old," "linkes of Mallow," "White Cockade," "St Patrick's Day," "Brian Boru's March," "My Love is but n lassie: Yet," "Wearing of the Green," "Garry Owen," "Bonnie Dundee," "The Minstrel Boy," "Norah- Creina," etc., etc., War Pipe Ducts.

IRISH SONGS, ANCIENT AND MODERN. . BOX PLANS OPEN AT NICHOLSON'S,

BOX PLANS OPEN AT NICHOLSON'S.

* MONDAY MORNING, at 0.30.

MONDAY MOUSING, at 0.30.

POPULAR PRICES: Reserved Seats, 3/,

Unreserved Scats, 2/ and 1/.

NO FEE BOOKING,

COUNTRY TOUB.

^'^IESROYAI, ALBURY. .

TOKDA?ATOOMi!A. AMUSEMENTS THEATRE.

TITU%SADÄES'TON.- FRIDAY-BATHURST.

nT,^iff^..~ jfandTSvIT.

rTÂBÎRI/rîs"lVÔNDERFUL. LYCEUM THEATRE, O SATURDAY. APRIL 3, AT MATINEE.___

COOINOO" BELGIAN FETE. n TURRAMURRA.

SAT., MARCH 27th, 2 p.m.

to 10.30 p.m.

, JUVENILE CONCERT, 8.15 p.m.

GRAND CONCERT, 8.15 p.m.

Tickets at Paling's, Clrcu ar Quay Bookstall and

the "Bertram Flnhm Studio."

BERTRAM I'LOHM, lion, J_ugun_iscr__

^fornTsiuRiTsöcffiTY OF NEW SOUTH WALES

A Patriotic Smoke Concert and Distribution of P

."ii,. Yorkshire Rifle f'l»b wi" 1,c ,,cl'1 "l A"r0"

shiremen, , whether m.: in her, or not.

iV hi UK! ¡NSONI lion. Secy.. Box 3005, O.P.O /^TTTiWírTsH^omERFUL'r" LYCEUM TI1EATKF C^SBÜAY. Al'lUL 3, AT MATINEE.

_AMUSEMENTS.

JF Ó! WILLIAM ÖÖTTS THEATRES.

Direction: J. c. WILLIAMSON, LTD.

Managing Directors: Geo Tillis. Hugh J. Ward.

Civile Me)nell.

General Manager, E. J. Tait.

HER MAJESTY'S, AT 7 "IO, TO NIGHT.. HER MAJESTA'h, AT 7 .«>, TONIGHT. HER MAIESTY'S. VT 7 "(1, TONIGHT.

NOTE-nil. CUR r VIN* RISES

PROMl'ILY AT 730.

MATINEES:

WEDNESDAYS ANO SATURDAYS.

J. 0. A\ ILII VMSON-, LTD.,

HIE STUPENDOUS PANI OMI AIE EXTRAA'AGANZA,

CINDERELLA, CINDERELLA,

Book by Frank Dl\. Music bj Victor Champion.

Extra L>rlcs, etc., hv Regmild Franklin.

Submitting the following Enlivening .

PePiomlitics - BARRA LUPINO,

Re-appearance of Euglind's Prune- of Pantomlmists.

MINMF LOVE,

The Captivât lag rn<rli«h Principal Boy. ., , ,, " " JACK McAHDLE,

Notable Comedian from ttic leading London Theatres.

CEI IA GIHLON1,

One of the Alcst Popular of Artists.

RUPERT D SKI!] I.L.

Young Australian Comedian.

LESLIE G AUK.

Return of a Brilllnit and Popular Artist

BERT AVATSON,

( oniedim

GERTIE LA'IClirORD,

Artlhtic C uintii'cnne.

TINY TOT MAHJQ'UE lind LITTLE EILEEN,

Unique Acrobatic Turn by two Juvenile Phenomena.

DOLLY CASTLES,

Tlte Brilliant Australian Principal Giri.

ARTHUR STIGANT,

The Quintessence of Quaintness.

MAGOIi: DICKINSON,

Australia's Bevv itching A'oung Dancer.

GEORGE THORNE, Jim ,

Engllbh Eccentric Comediad.

DOLLY HARMER,

The Enormously Successful Character Comedienne. CHARLES ALBERT, GEO. YOUNO,

Clever Dancer. Comedian.

THE HARMONY FOUR,

In their Original Musical Comedv (at Matinees only).

A HARVEST OF GREAT FEATURES

garnered from

EVERY FIELD OF AMUSEMENT IN THE AVORLD.

NINETEEN GREAT SPECTACULAR SCENES,

b.v

W. R. Coleman. Geo. Upward, and AY. Coleman, .Tun.

BALLETS AND MARCHES by MINNIE EVERETT.

Musical Director . A'ICTOIl CHAMPION.

Stage Manager, J. Whitfield. The Pantomime produced by

CHARLES A. VENMAN.

PLAN at Paling's till noon; thereafter at Her Majcstj's, Market-street. Day Sale at Callosc's.

CRITERION, TO-NIGHT, AT 8.

This sums up the success of

J. 0. AVTLLIAMSON'S PRODUCTION OF

"BOTJGITT AND PAIDJ-'OR."

GEORGE BROADirURST-S

ARRESTING DRAMA UPON MODERN MARRIAGE.

MUR7J3L STARR,

with

CHARLES A. MTLLWARD, AVILLIAM HARRIGAN, DOROTHY DAVIES.

MATINEE AVEDNESDAY NUTT.

PLAN at Paling's till noon To-dav; and thereafter, with Day Sale, at AVhite Rose, Pitt-sUcct.

THEATRE HOYAD.

TtVîHGHT AT 8.

MATINEE, AVEDNLSDAY,

JULIUS KNIGHT SEASON,

J. 0. AVLLLIAMSON, LTD., 1

present

JULIUS KNIGHT,

Supported by

IRENE BROAVNE.

In the Most Popular Play ever Presented,

in Australia.

"A ROYAL DIVORCE."

Staaed with all the Panoply of AVar, the Love Story of the AVorld'a Great- est and Most Compelling Figure, exer- cises a Fascination tluit is irresist- ible In its Human AppcaL

JULIUS KNIGHT AS NAPOLEON. MATTNEE, NEXT AVEDNESDAY.

PLAN at Paling'« till noon; and thereafter, with Day

Sale at Hill's, Castlercagh-strcct.

THE BELGIAN FUND.

WALTER BENTLEY PLAYERS,

REPERTORY THEATRE, MARCH 31st,

Four Sketches, first time on any stage: "He Pays Ills Debts," "Cleopatra Reigns," "A Japanese Love Story," "Search Me."

An old favourite,

In which Mr. Bentley will appear, "THE MINISTER'S DAUGHTER,"

Half Net Proceeds to Belgian Fund.

Box Plan at Paling's.

I.ettrrs: Studio, 77 Castlcrcagh-strcet_ rtABIRlA IS AVONDERFUL. LYCF.UM THEATRE,

SATURDAY. APRIL 3, AT MATINEE.

ROYAL PHILHARMONIO SOCIETY OF SYDNEY.

Conductor . Mr. Joseph Bralley.

FIRST SUBSCRIPTION CONCERT. SEASON 1915.

SYDNEY TOWN HALL,

THURSDAY, APRIL 15th, 1015 nt 8 P.M.

TWO FIRST PERFORMANCES.

"THE MUSIC MAKERS" (Elgar).

«THE LAY OF THE LAST MINSTREL" (Hamish

MicClmn).

Artists:

MISS PAULINE H1NDLEY (Soprano). MISS ELLA CASPERS (Contralto). MR. P. PHILLIP AVHASON (Tenor).

MR. MALCOLM McEACHKRN (Bariton«)

ORCHESTRA AND CHORUS OF 4M VOICES.

RESERVED SEATS . 5/

New Subscribers arc now invited. One Guinea en» les a Subicrlber to two Rcser/cd Scats Tickets for each of four Concerts. Plan opens at Paling's, 1'hursdai.

April 8th, 1015.

Second Concert, "GRANDE MESSE DES MORTS"

(Berilos».

HERBERT R. MARRINER, co. i'allng and Co., Ltd., _Hon. Secretary._

rpOWN HALL, SYDNEY.

GRAND OPERA ORGAN REOITAL.

TO-NIGHT,

SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1915, ?

( AT 8 O'CLOCK.

BY THE CITY ORGANIST, MR. ERNEST TRUMAN,

. A.R.O.O., LELPSIO, R.O.M.

PART 1.

Wallace's "MARITANA. "

PART 2.

1. Saint d'amour. Elgar. 2. Hungarian rhapsodie in I .Liszt 3. Ave Maria ..".. Schubert 4. Paraphrase, "Pirates of Penzance . Sullivan.

GOD SAVE THE KING.

ADMISSION, GALLERIES, ONE SHILLING.

*"T»pD^ ob, nxuh SIXPENCE,

CHILDREN IN ARMS NOT ADMITTED.

THOMAS IL NESBITT,

Town Clerk,

Town Hall. Sydney,

March-17, 1016.

r^ABIRIA IS THE TALK OF T'iE TOWN., LYCEUM VTTUEATltB. APRIL 3, AT MATINEE.

-REPERTORY THEATRE,

TO-NIGHT, AT 8 O'CLOCK,

THE MAGICIANS OF SYDNEY

beg to announce to their Patrons and the General ''ubllQ ' A MAGICAL FEAST.

consisting of Sleight of Hand Experts, Magicians, Ii luslonlst», assisted hv the lollowing Artists:

Miss Alma Berg, Mr. Hurry Thomas, Mr. AVarrlng l0n Reynolds, Mr. Ed. Wright, Mr. Percy Herford,

Stcnt Instrumental Society.

PRICES: 3/, 2/, 1/.

Dlicction: P. LKNNOxTÜTB. CARBINES.

YD'-EY CINEMA. DRAMATIC ACADEMY.-Cinema ~ Acting and Elocution, See yourselves on the Film. The above Academy is being ci.tublished under the per

"m.1 luren-ltion oí Air DONALD CORNWALLIS, Eng-,

lind's Noted Fihn-produrcr and Elocutionist, whereby f'dl'S and rent lernen cm be trained tor the above. Af only .i lill.lù'd nuu.hei of meinhiis ran bo enrolled, all wishing I« join and compete for firtt Picture Produc-

t-oil fchould wilte lmniciliitclv for personal interview, I ivhcn full pars, will be given." Wilte or 'phone for ap pointment. Address: 411! Il.13sw11tcr-r0.nl, Darlinghurst, Sydney. Telephone, JWJVni^t_ _

\AB1RIA IS THE TALK OF THE TOWNTLYCEUM

THEATRE, APRIL 3, AT MATINEE. S G

AMÜSEMENTS.

A DELPHI THEATlir

AT 2 Tins AFTERNOON.

"WHAT WOMEN' «ILL DO FOR LO\E"

^mîLPÎÎÏ THEATRE.

?**? Dlrcetlon . George Willoughby, Ltd.

Managing Director .. . Mr. George Willoughby.

Direetors: Messrs. George T. liiton, A. B, Davies, and

Ben .1. Fuller."

TO-NIGHT, AT 8. TO-NIGHT, AT 8. IN THE COOLEST THEATRE IN SYDNEY.

George Willoughby, Ltd.'a Entirely New Dramatic

Company in """

"WHAT WOMEN WILL DO FOR LOVE."

"WHAT WOMEN WILL DO FOR LOVE."

A 4-act Stirring Play of Everyday Interest, by

J. II. Cljndcs and Walter balloun. WAR PRICES. YVAR PRICES.

2/, 1/6, 1/, and 6d.

No Booking or Early Door Fees. , Box Plan at Nichol- son's until 12 noon; thereafter, with Day Sales, at White Rose Confectionery, Adelphi Building»._

A DELPIU THEATRE.

EASTER ATTRACTION.

OPENING DÂTË^-SATURDAY,

MARCH 27.

PANTO.-"SINBAD THE SAILOR." PANTO.-"SINBAD THE SAILOR." PANTO.-"SINBAD THE SAILOR."

Wm. Anderson's Gorgeous Old English Pantomime,

SINBAD THE SAILOR,

or

"THE FAIRY OF DIAMOND VALLEY." Direct from the King's Theatre, Melbourne,

Special Engagement of the Popular Favourite,

MAGGIE MOORE, as "MRS. SINBAD,"

And Fl.-st Appearance in Sydney of

OLIVE MARSTON, <

Principal Boy from the Lending English Theatre». _'Box Plans now open at Nicholson's._

Sf

,T. JAMES'S HALL.

ANCELON CHAPMAN RECITAL.

3 DRAMATIC* SCENES,

4 ONE-ACT PLAYS,

and 4 HUMOROUS SKETCHES.

MUSIC BY TORZILLO.

PLAN AT PALINGS: 2/ and 1/.

CJT. JAMES'S HALL,

£5 FRIDAY, MARCH 20th, AT 8 T.M.

Y'OCAL RECITAL

by

C. MUUÎvAÏ-GIBBES,

Author and Composer of "A Red Rosebud," etc

Leading Artists Assisting.

Plans at Paling's.

PRICES: 3/ (Rescued), 2/, and 1/.

Direction J. E. BROWNLOW.

rpO'

iWN HALL.

N. J. GEHDE'S GRAND CONCERT,

including many Distinguished and Popular Artistes.

See next Wednesday's Dailies for Splendid Programme,

including

THE GREAT STORM FANTASIA.

QCHOOL OF ARTS, & 275A PITT-STREET.

YVEDNESDAY NEXT, 24th INST., at 8.15 p.m.,

the First ot a Series of Six

LECTURES onSINGING,

?>bys'* "

MR. BOLAND, FOSTER.

TICKETS (Back Rows only)", 1/, In aid of Belgian Relief Fund, at Paling's or Nicholson's.

rpOWN HALL, '-,-<' ' ' SYDNEY.

SUNDAY ORGAN RECITAL^

TOE USUAL SUND\Y ORGAN RECITAL will be held at the TOWN HALL, TO-MORROW, SUNDAY', MARCH 21, 1015, at S15 p in.

THOMAS li. NESBITT,

..,.", Town derk. Town Hall, S.vdney,

March 17. 1015._^^_^^

rpiIE DANDIES. EDEN GARDENS,

J- HE DANDIES. AL FRESCO THEVTKB, MANLY.

Every Evening, at 8.5.' , THE DANDIES. - '-'

THE DANDIES. MR. EDWARD URANSCOMBE'S

ENGLISH COSTUME

THE DANDIES. COMEDY COMPANY. . , THE DANDIES.- « *"

BOX PLAN AT CARNEGIE'S,

THE DANDIES. George-street, city.

THE DANDIES. PRICES: 2/0 (Reserved), 2/, and 1/. rÎADlHIA WILL BE TÏÏË RAGE OF SYDNEY'. V-' LYCEUM THEATRE, APRIL 3, ATaMATiNEE. Miss IDA r\ qpuoii's PUPILS.

TO-NIGHT, MARCH 20th, 1015, at 8 o'clock,

at O

ST. JAMES' HALL, PHILLIP-STREET. <-? SECOND ANNUAL FIANOFORTEoRKClTAL

by tile Pupils of O MISS IDA GOUUH, L/A.B.,

Assisted by

MIBS Patty MeMahon, o alta Renee Cato, Miss Orace McColl, Miss TosicMarshill,

aud Mr. Jack McEnany. '?'

PLAN AT PALING'S.

IN AID OF THE .BELGIAN" FUND.

» GRAND CONCERT to fbc held In

WARRINGA HALLCNKUTRAL BAY, TUESDAY. MARCH 23rd, 8 o'clock.

Artists: Miss Clare Scarr, Miks Lynn Mills, Mrs. Mowat Carter, Mr. Charles Smythe. Mr. F. Mowat Car- ter, Mr. Frank Hutchens, Mr. Ernest AVoodgato.

_Tickets. 2/, at Paling'«._

BELGIUM NEEDS YOUR HELP.-THE JOLLY

ROVERS, (¡RAND MOONLIGHT EXCURSION, SATURDAY, MARCH 27. S.S. Lady Northcote from Fort Macquarie. 8 p.m.. Landing at the Avenue. Good Concert on Boat. Ticket« 1/. The whole of the pro reed* will be 'landed over lo Nat, Belgian Relief Fund MOSMAN MUSICAL SOCIETY.-Offenbach's French

, Militan- Comic Opera. "La Fille Du Tambour Major," at Town Hall, Mosman. Lost night. Book at Paling's. Price?, 3/, 2s.

A. LANGFORD. A. IL NORMAN,

_lion. Sec. _Hon. Cond.

O' ABIRIA IS THE TALK OF THE TOWN. LYCEUM,

THEATRE. APRIL 3. AT MATINEE. I

POYAL EASTER SHOW, j

MOORE PARK, SYDNEY.

MARCH 30 TO APRIL f,

l

GREATER THAN EVJ5K.

._V

NOTHING DIMS THE MAGNIFICENCE OF OUR

GREAT EXHIBITION.

1100 WONDERFUL HORSES.

SOO STOCK AND BEAUTIFUL CATTLK. 150 JUMPRv'O HORSES AND PONIES.

THRILLING llUtSTlNO CONTESTS. SPARKLING

TROTTING TRIALS.

11 ACRES MACHINERY. 14 ACRES.

Largest Exhibition Hall in the AVorld.

Wonderful Display of Agricultural Products.

ALL FOR

ONE SHILLING ADMISSION.

Ocean House, Sydney. II. M. SOMER, Secretary.

O' ABlltlA IS Till! TALK OK THE TOWN. LYCEUM

THEATRE, APRIL 3, AT MATINEE. _ vnTïoNo PARK ITÄCW.

NEXT TUESDAY, 23rd MARCH,

NEXT TUESDAY.

155 ENTRIES. ' HO HORSES FOR 0 RACES.

Trains leave Sydney for the course at 0.40 a.m , 0.15 a.m., 0.32 a.m. (Horse Train), 10.15 a.m., and the Iat>t train at 10.10 a.m., the latter train arriving it the course lit 12.55 p.m. The First Race at 1.35 p.m., the last race al 3.50 p.m. Trains' return from the course for Sydney at 4.5 p.m., 4.25 p.m., and the

Horse Train at 5 p.m.

Trains leave Newcastle nt 0.41 a.m., 10.5.1 a.m. (burses and passengers), and the last fast train a* 12.8 p.m., arriving at the course in time for the flrat race, which starts at 1.35 p.m., the last race at 3. ,u p.m., and the trains return from the course for New costin at 4.35 p.m. (carrying horses), and 0.20 p.m.

Betting Fees: Paddock, £2 2s¡ Leger, £1 Is.

EDWIN WOODBURY, Secretary,

_15 linpTiiil Arcade, Sydney. City, 3810. C7

Nature for the Recreation and Education of the Public. Open week-day», 0.30 a.m. to 5.30 p.m.; Sundays, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Week-day«, Adults Gd, Children 3d; Sunday», 3d. Id,_ SKATING-Chatswood Rink, To-night and AVcd. night.

spL floor, cool and enjoyable, urst-class orchestra.

_AMUSEMENTS. _ QLAOSAUIUM, WEST'S, .OLYMPIA. AHlINELS AAcst^ MATINEES

M ATI M.I S MATINEES AlATiNEFH «P.EK-E.ND CHANGE, MATINEES TO-D AY, 2 30 TO Ü VY. 2.1)0.

Come Along To night.

SEE AVEhT'S BIG PROGRAMME.

In. Iiiihtii.'

A POWERFUL KALKA! FEATURE,DRAM A, ENTITLED

"THE BLACK SHEEP."

In which Tom Moore aiiif Marguerite Courtot are seen

to advantage in this sctis-ittonal story.

Also Kevstone Comtdv, entltlul

WEST'S. AVEST'S. AVP.STH. "HOG AN'S ANNUAL SPREE." WEST'S AVEST'S. "HOO.AN'S ANNUAL SPREE." YVEST'S.

DE GR0ENT3 ORCHESTRAS.

rpiIE " PICTURE BLOCK THEATRES. X Specials lu To-da, 's Programs. (

CRYSTAL PALACE.

"THE CRAVEN," a 2000ft Reliance Feature Drama

Another attraction Is a scenic sene», "FROYl SUE/. TO CONSTANTINOPLE," shewing scenes in and aroun 1 the country whrio the Australian Troops arc fighting.

THE ESCAPE, (.OAll.NO NEXT AlONDAY.

On Mondiy next we will screen the big Mutual fea- ture, "THE ESCAPE," adapted from Paul Armstrong's famous drama. It is a seven reel storv of the slums of N"W York that will sear it* wa, into jour lu arts. Nothing more powerful has ever been produced on stage or sciccn. '

LYTIIO THEATRE.

A 2 real Imp Feature Orama, "THE SECRET OF THE AIR." Charlie Chaplin makes "MABEL'S MARRIED LIFE" a not of laughter-but not for Mabel.

COLONIAL THEATRE.

"HEARTS AND DIAMONDS" is a A Itagraph Comedy in two reels, featuring John Bunny and Flora Finch

" EMPRESS TilEAlltE

To-day's Dramatic Feature is a Majestic Two-reeler, "VEN'GBANCB IS MINE." "THE FATAL BUMP- ING" Is the Ke, stone.

PRICES, 3d TO 1/.

Performances Continuous: 11 a.m. to 11 p in.

GREATER J. D. AVILL1AMS AMUS. CO..''LTD.

W. BARRINGTON MILLER. General Manager.

c^PE-NUER'S " LYCEUM.

TO-DAY'. 11 a.m. to. 11 p.m. TO-DAY. Lubln Companj's Two-reel Featuro Drama,

"THE AVAR BABY.." "THE AVAR BABY."

'THE AA'AR BABY.." "THE YA'AR BABY."

' Gatnnont's Military Series,

OUR ALLIES' AUTUMN MA.N'OEUY'RES.

'SIIEP THE SENTINEL." "FATTY'S SWEETHEART."

(Tlinnhniiser Drama.1 (Vltagrnpl) Corned,.)

AUSTRALIAN GAZETTE SNAKEVn.LE PEACEMVM"

(Topical.) , (S.,and A. Comedy.)

PRICES, 3d. Od, 1/. PRICES. _

JJOSEIIILL RA

(AUTUMN MEETING).

, . TO-DAY,

SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1015.

104 ENTRIES. 104 ENTRIES.

FIRST RACE, 2.10 P.M.

Special trains direct to Racecourse Platform will

leave as underi-

lla a.m.. Horses, leaves Horse Dock.

11,53 a.m.: 1st and 2nd class, leaves Platform 10. '12.0 pm.: 1st and 2nd class, leaves Platform l8. 12.17 p.m.: 1st and 2nd class, leaves Platform 10. 12.40 p.m.: 1st and 2nd . class, leaves Platform l8.

(Reserved compartments on this train.)

12.51 p.m.: 1st ami 2nd class, leave* Platform 10, 12 58 p.m.: 1st and 2nd class, leaves Platform l8. .18 p ni.': 1st and 2nd class, leaves Platform 10. 1 »7 p.m.: 1st and ?nd class, leaves Platform l8.

'"Calls at Strathfield.

NOTE.-Combined Railway Tickets for admission to the Saddling Paddock or St. Leger Reserve can be purchased at the Central Booking Office, Challis House,

ilartin-plaec. -

GEO. YA'. S. ROWE,

Secretary.

PiITY TATTERSALL'S CLUB,

^ SYDNEY.

AUTUMN MEETING,

RANDAVICK,

SATURDAY, 17th APRIL, 1015.

THE HURDLE RACE, "."

with 200'sov« added. About Two Miles.

THE DENMAN STAKES.

A HANDICAP SWEEPSTAKES of '7' sovs each, 1 for-

feit, if declared to the Secretary of City Tatter- sall n Club before 1 o'clock p.m. on Thursday, April 15th, with S50 sovs added. Tile owner of the second horse to receive 00 sovs, and the owner of tlie third horse 40 sovs from the prirc. A winner ot any handicap race of the value of 100 sovs after the declaration of the weights to carry 101b extra. Six furlong«.

THE NOVICE HANDICAP,

with 200 sov« added, For all horse» that have not

won a race exceeding the value of 50 sovs at time ot starting. One Mile.

THE YOUTHFUL STAKES,

with 200 «or« added. For two-yeani-old. Five furlongs.

CITY TATTEUSALL'S CUP.

A HANDICAP SWEEPSTAKES ot 10 sov» each, 1 for-

feit, it declared to the Secretary of Cltv Tatter- sall'» Club before 4 o'clock .p.m. on Thurhday, April 15th, with a Trophy valued at 50 Guineas and 760 HOVS added. The owner of the seco ii horse to receive 150 sovs, and. the owner of the third home 75 «ov» from the prize. The winner of any handicap raco of the value.of 100 sov» after the declaration of the weights to'carry 101b extra. One Mile and Three Furlong«.

THE CLUB AVELTER,

with 200 sqv« added. Lowest handicap weight, 7st '

71b. One Mile.

The amount of First Forfeit mu«t accompany eac'i Entry. The Committee reserve the right to refuse

any Entry. -

if Nominations are made by Telegram, the amount of FJrst Forfeit MUST BE AVIRED.

The winner of any Hurdle Race or Stccplrcliate after the declaration of weights to carry 101b extra in the

Hurdle Race.

The winner of any Handicap Flat Rare alter the de- claration of weights to carrj 71b extra, of two or more such races 101b extra, c\cept In The Denman Stakrs and City Tattersall'« Cup.

ENTRIES for the shove are to he made with the Secretary of City Tattersall'» Club, at the Club's Olucc, 253 Pitt-street, Sydnej, before

4 P.M. OS MONDAY, MARCH 20, 1015. Weight» after the A..1.C. Autumn Meeting.

A.J.O. Rules of Racing, Bj-law«, and Regulations.

FRANK AVALTON, Secretary. City Tattersall'» Club. Sydney._ CA

iVP'

«ANGLE PARK

' (REGISTERED.)'

.Í303 ' TRIZE-MONEY. £305. THURSDAY, APRIL 1,- 1015.

THE' MAIDEN HANDICAP of 40 »ovs. For Maidens at time of'startlng. SIX FURLONGS. _

THE FLYINO HANDICAP of 60 sovs. SIX FUR

THE 'TWO-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP of 50 «ovs. For Two-year-olds. FOUR AND A HALF FURLONGS.

THE MENANGLE PARK HANDICAP of 75-sov»

THE NOVICE HANDICAP of 45-sovs. For all horses that have not won a first prize of 50 revs or more ut time of starting. SEVEN FURLONGS. .

THE'AVKLTER HANDICAP of 4;..sov«. Lowest al- lotted weight.'"st 71b. SIX FURLONGS.

ENTRIES CLOSE ON THURSDAY. MARCH 25, 1015,

ntSPB0ÍAüí TRAINS LEAVE SATA'EY for the Course

it io 30 a,in. inasscngcrs and horses), calling at Ash- field. ' Granville, Liverpool, and Cnninbc ltovvn¡ 11.40 ¿ni and. 12.6 p.m.. calling at Srathflcld, Granville, ? Liverpool, and Campbelltown. First Race at 1.55

n in : I-ist Rare starts at 3.65 p.m. ",,,",, .

TRAIN'S LEAVE RACECOURSE ' for Strathfield and Svdncv.'only at 4.15 p.m. (moongera), and at,4.(0 P.m. fv Kiiimhelltown. Liverpool, Granville, Strathfield,

and ÖdScy (pas»engcrs)5-arflvlng tack In Sydney Shortly alter 6 o'clock-and the Horse Train at 5.30 "'NOTE-Patron» landed at the Course. Train Jour «JJ fiis't over the hour. The Nepean River runs through the pronerly. and owing to the excellent «Ter supply, the Course Is kept In splendid order in thedriest weather. The Course Is wcll-gras/ed. and

H .SÎTinî. irnod The horse train returning at

A p.T "anuí1 ho*, back In .town at. about 7

o'cloclc. EDAVIN AVOODBURY, Sccrctiry.

15 impérial Arcade. Sydney. 'Phone, City 3840.

TSjTâwT TROTTING . . CLUB.

.. MONDAY, MARCH 20th, 1015.

iTiiiAL HANDICAP, 160. 2.38 or better, lm If.

tGLEBE HANDICAP, £60 (iinhopplcd), 3.68 or better,

tFLYlN'o.HANDICAP, £70, 2.23 or letter, lm If.

«TRAMWAY. HANDICAP. £C0. 2.30 or better, 1 m If.

(TROTTING CLUB HANDICAP, £50 (iinhopplcd), 3.48 nM'PiNO^lANDIOAP, £70, 3.37 or belter, Urn.

, Amateurs may he allowed up to 3 sec. concession. i Ci"v he allowed np lo 4 s:cs. concession.

1 ENTRIES CLOSE at 8 p.m. on MONDAY NEXT, MARCH 22nd, 1015. ^ ß HUNGERFORD, Secretary.

201 Pitt-street, Sydney._ ÖOSFORD RACING CLUB (Registered).

TUESDAY, iltllh MARCH, 1015.

The FLYING HANDICAP, 50 sovs., six furlong»

The JUMPERS' FLAT RACE, 40 sovs. One mile and

Tlio°JUA hNILE STAKES (for Two Years Old), 40 s<

Five furlong1..

I'he PARK STAKES. 40 KOV'S. For all horvn that

bivi1 never won a prize on the lint exceeding the vjluc of ill sovi. hil furlongs.

The GOSFORD Il VAIUCAP, (KI Mi(f; one1 mile.

The ERINA AVELTEII, 40 i,ovs; lowcHt weight, 8st;

rntrom-e'T«-' for each Race, Ten Shillings. The

Chili luys the whole of the Tr.ilridge on horses. Entries r'nc,. I lim MONDAV NEXT, March 22, and may !». L,,l'" willi Mr 1' .Solomon, co. Newcastle .1.0.¡ Mr. It.

Til ker (¡osfoid; or II. it. EVANS.. 202. I'lU-^Svd.

' rADIllIATTHETíREÁÍ HISTORICAL FILM PLAY.

LYCEUM THEATRE, Ai-ltlL 8. c

AMUSEMENTS.

S"

TILL NOT 1'OU.ND.

STILL NOT FOUND, STILL NOT FOUND, STILL NOT FOUND, THE LLClvY SPOT TIIK LUCKY i-POT* THE LUCKY ¡-POT

AT THE AVTI1TE CITY, AT. THE WHITE CITY. AT THE AV1U1E CITY.

£30. THIRTY POUNDS. £30, £.10. THIRTY' POUNDS. £10, JUG. THIRTY POUNDS. £30,

TO DAY, TO-DAY, TO-DAY,

TO THE FIRST LUCKY SPOT * FINDER.

TO THE FIRST LUCKY SPOT FINDER. TO THE FIRST LUCKY SPOT FINDER.

It's so ras,', so simple, hundreds of

people passed It last night; many were

quite vann-one lady placed her umbrella iguiust it whilst she stooped to fasten

her shoe hue \ co-Mumu st- ck a match

ti TOSS it when lighting » cigarette-but

he psssea on, I'll bet he's sorr,. Do please lind It quick-it's a slow gime being

.tuck up on the free act stage watching you lass thlity of the best.

GET CARDS

TO FIT THE LUCKY SPOv.

AT ENTRANCE GATES,

TO-NIGHT.

The card you get exactly fits til« spot, you can't make any mistake when you find it. Just try the card-then go at once to the "Lucky Spot Man," walt- ing for vou on Hie Free Act Stage, tell bim where It Is, and he will give .von the T lilli j Pounds, if you arc light.

NOTE.-NO ONE CONNFCTSD WITH THE AVI1ITE CITY, LIMITED, HOWEVER REMOTELY, IS ELIG- IBLE TO RECEIVE THE MONEA'.

Gcir ral Manager's decision, in case of disputes, must be ncccpted as final.

IF NOT FOUND TO-NIGHT

£35 TO THE LUCKY FINDER MONDAY NIGHT.

Pon't »3o Awav Before You Haye Seen

The Big Free Show.

THE FEARLESS FAROKAS, THE FEARLESS FAROKAS, THE FEARLESS FAROKAS,

on the 60ft high wire.

The Absolute Limit in Sensational Daring.

GRAND FANCV DRESS CARNIVAL,

NEXT THURSDAY.

U.suil Big Cash Prbes for Costumes and Teams. » TO-DAY, 2.30 to 11. Admission, (k1.

T. II. ESI.ICK, U.K., Ccncral Manager.

O ABI RIA lS~M~AWlFÎrË"Nf; LYCEUM THEATRE,

APRIL 3, 'AT MATINEE.

yiCTORIA PARK RACES,

TO DAY

203 ENTRIES 2UJ

FIBSTr-ACL 130

Special trains direct to Racecourse Gales.

U COBCROFT,

Secretary

JJAKER'S ' STADIUM.

Personal Direction REG. L. BAKER,

TO-NIGHT. " TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT.

GREAT INTERNATIONAL YVELTKRWEIGUT

CONTEST, AT 8.30 P.M.,

HENRI ' FRANK

DEMLEN v LOUGHREV

(Belgium). (America).

Two Six-round Preliminaries, commencing at

i 7.45 p.m. sharp.

HERB SULLIVAN v HERB WILLIAMS,

JACK MAYNE V FRANK LEE.

NEWLY-ARRIVED SHIPMENT; Stadium 1015 Box- ing and Sportinfr Record Books. Compiled in

America by-T. S. Androws. Now on Sale at the | Stadium. Price, 6d, Post Free, 7d. _

S1

PATRICK'S DAY CELEBRATIONS.

SHOW GROUNDS.

A splendid programme of Sport and Spectacular '

Events. '

ST. PATRICK'S DAY SPORTS.

s*

f . CRICKET GROUND. |

TO-DAY.

CRICKET'.

GORDON I. v CENTRAL CUMBERLAND I.

No. 2 GROUND.

PADDINGTON II. v UNIVERSITY li.

MATCHES START 2 P.M.

ADMISSION', ed.

' ROBERT F. AVVLY'.

_Manager and Secretary.

SYDNEY SAILINO CLUB.-ISft Handicap.-Kulgoa

leaves Stephen-si 2.30; Polnt-st, 2.35; Darling.«'.

Koree leaves No. 5 Jetty, Fort Macquarie, 3.15 p.m. Patrons may land at Clark Islnnd or follow

the mee.

_ LADIES Od, GKNTN. Is._ GABIRIA WIurilE'TIHî" ..AGE. OF SA'DNEY'.

LYCEUM THEATRE,__AP_jIIL 3, AT MATINEE.

\ A TIIOL. CLIFTON, BALMORAL, AND IÍX SPIT FERRY,

FROM NO. 4 JETTY, CIRCULAR QUAY

bUNDAYS ONLY.

8A, OB, O.SOn, 10, 10.80, II, 11.30, 12B, 12.30B. JA 1.80A, 2B, 2.20, 2.40, 3, 3.80, 4.15B, 4.40B, 6B. S 80 IB, «.SUB, 7, 81). 1)11. '

Note.-A, to Athol and Clifton only; B, to Atho1. Clifton, and Balmoral only.

Return Fares, Athol and Clifton, 0d; children, 3d Balmoral ami Spit, Sd, Children, 4d.

SATURDAYS ONLY.-10, 11, 12, 2.15, 3, 4, 0, u far is Balmoral only.

. i ' PARRAMATTA RIVER SERVICE.

Steamers from No. 7 Jetty, Circular Quay, hourly, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.: 28 miles of River Rceucrv, 1/0 Return.

TOURIST HARBOUR TRIP, EVERY THURSDAY.

S.S. Kookonburra, from Fort Macquarie.

'10 a.m. and 2.15 p.m.,

Fitrcs: All Day Trip. 2/0; Half-day, 1/6. Luncheon 2/ extra; Children, 1/.

eydney_ Ferries. Ltd.,_No, 2 Jetty, Circular Quay.

'jAIIE LOVELY LANK COVE RIVER.

A Most Delightful AA'ater Trip for Picnickers and

Tourists.

Frequent Ferry Sirviec every day from No. S Jetty, Circular Quay, facing end of Pitt-street. .

FARE, til each way; Children, 4d Return.

EVERY SUNDAY AFTERNOON ANT) EVENING CONCERTS will be given on Trip» leaving ot 3 and 8 p.m., without extra (barge.

Refreshment Rooms »t the Avenue Grounds, and Fig Tree Terminus.

_THE RALMAIN NEW FERRY CO.. Ltd.

FAIRYLAND TRIP, Upper Line Cove.-Plcuwiiii

Excursions, from No. 8 Jetty, Circular Quay, 10 «.m. to 2 p.m. Fares, 1/3; Children Gd.

A ANNETTE KELLERÍ^®11^T

AUSTRALIA'S OWN DAUGHTER '- -" THE WORLD'S GREATEST AQUATIO ARTIST ?

2.30 and S. Now Pl.,ingjrwlcc Dlily. ", m fc

PALACE THEATltlä.

In the Marvellous and ThHiu«. i- .

Direct , NT^&> iSST °' "" *.

Direct from a Record Run of T.» i. .e

Globe The^^ic,T""" «. ".

PRICES, Gd, 1/, ,/oT Dress Circle, ,/.

r». c , 1,os,c««d »t Paling',. ' ''

».y Sale, at the «hite Rose .'na VMa^

(Horses),' 10.20 " « I^S , ni* "rL'i, .''S ,'m ger), arriving "t niehinoi, 1 »t ÎA ^dil Jf ».

Miviíríi.'rn; *"* "*«¿'Ä;^

Motor car and 'Bus Scrvico_frora traln " "."^

0. N. KILLDUFK, Secretary

XOTUM.N .snow.-í^^íliLCO^Jiít.

TO-DAY at the C1IATSWOOI) TO VN lui \' hfM at 4 p.m. Refreshment arrangements are InnÄ*/

QLONTARF AND ROSLYN GARDENS,

EVERY SUNDAY.

Depart: Fort Macquarie, 0.15, 10, 10.45, 11.J) La

tnil 8 p.m. ,

Depart: Baldrock, Balmain, calling at Stcphea-itrtct, and Darling-street, at 8.30, 0.16, and 2 p.m.

TOURIST TRIP,

To Head of Middle Harbour, leaves Fort Uimuuii

AT 3 P.M. ^ *

FARES: Any Trip, ONLY Sd. CHILDREN U.

. Hot and Cold unter Free.

Return Trips, from Clontarf, at 4.30, 6.15, ind «.)) p.m., the last trip returning to Balmain Wiuifi

THE BALMAIN NEW FKHHi_J_0.

RT OF~DANCING ' -

(Elementary and Finishing Lessons).

(Members British Association, LONDON)

quickly Impart lo their pupils the NECESSARY ABILITY' und Confidence to acquit themselves credit-

ably in the Ballroom, etc., etc.

STRICTLY PRIVATE LESSONS,

Morning, Afternoon, Evening,

SUPERIOR PRIVATE CLASSES KOK IIECINNERS,

Day and Evening.

Private Lessons may be arranged for between th« hours of 10 a.m. and IO p.m. dally.

100 P1HLLIP-ST (next to St. Stephen's Church),

_ _and St. James' Hill tTTHAT TO DANCE.

VV Fox Trot, Maxlxc, IUK-and-Half, Hesitation

AValtz, etc.

FROM WHOM TO LEARN.

MISSES SCOTT, Fully Qualified Teachers.

CITY', ROSE BAY', BEECROFT, NORTH SYDKET,

PETERSHAM.

CLASSES RESUME AFTER EASTER.

PRIVATE LESSONS DAILY. Rooms, Southern Cm»

Hall, 107 Ciiatlereaghstrcet. 'Phone, City 1881, Mnnly 070.

TRANCING. !

Mrs. REYNOLDS and Miss WAITERS, have rewind Teaching at 7 Y'ork-strcct, AA'vnyardsmjirc. Print«

tuition and interviews from 0.30 a.m.

Particulars of evening classes after Easter.

An

Mrs RFYNOIDS wishes to announce lo former Ne» Zealand pupil» that she Is now teaching at 7 lORA S1RFFT WINI ARD SQUARF

D

IANCING

MR CAMPION S CI ASSES

Rf OPI V

SOUTHERN CROSS II Al I CASTI1 Rf AGU STREET,

MONDAI AIRIL 12 All LAT1.ST DANChS

CHATSWOOD TOttN HAI I TUESDAY EVEN1SCS,

COOGfL ATHLMFUM UAH

THURSDAl, APRH li an 1 SATURDAY

AFT!RNOONS

_318 Ahcrcromb e-rtrett Redfern.

ÖABIRIA IS AIVGNlFlCfNT LACELM TUTATRi

APRII I AT MATlNfl_°"

PROffShOlt AND LRS 1 It I OsS

SIvIIIUI TfACHfRSOI FASIIIONADLE DAACIVl Tile original Introducers of Latest Dantes te Australia Ballrooms as follows -Boston One Step Tançi, Maxlxc Hesitation etc LU Clines at Manch» i Unity Hall Newtown, every Tuesday Night. Lad Hh, Get tn 1« Od Refreshment« f very Saturday A jlli I rdlca 1», Gcntn 2s Refreshments. Bcrfinnen sod Practice Class ever} Saturday Afternoon 3 to i

Ladies and Pent s Is each

Strictly Private Lesson* Alormng Afternoon or Ens

lng at 85 Stanmore road Star more Phong L jrp3 DANCING onl Deportment-Mr OBTCOR) S.

CHAPMAN, Teacher of Jil years to the elite ol NSW Classes Reopen lit Ovforl Hall Acideor 175 I ivcrpool st cltj 1 ucs lays 8pm Catatan, 3pm CL ns Lessons 2» Od Pnv Lewa.1 anr tires (half hour alone), II« Ik! le! TOIS Cll) JOT The Stn erior Satur I o Dince 1 o night introducios Hie Suiting AVnltr Mountain OH le R «lan Hugh. DANCING -Miss ARNOI D S Classes will Ilcopn m

TUfSDAA I vening April n ot The Mancho ter Unity Hall, Cistlircagh street Afternoon (lu se« on I rldnv A| ril 10 new p iplls mai enrol no* Address Apilej Stanmore Ii\ 813 Pfham,

D"

ANCINO-Miss NflIIl CHRISTIF S SCHOOL (

I) ANCINO,

100 <l A Atnrl el« Ird floor

DAIIFT (I ASh

TRIDAY AND 6ATURDA! AfTFRNOOSS

3 o clock

DANCING -Miss ENrcsON S CI ASSTS Rcope rf

adult an I jin nile l»t«<t dances Hesitation AAaltz, ? etc Prospectus 112 1 Igecllff ma I Woollahra. DANCING r-AUGIir QUICIO V

MR AND MRS Alt!BUR J IIDDY

Professional Teachers of Dancing

Ferndale Academy 44 Oxford st Woollahra 136 ParM. SUPERIOR DANCISC CLASSES.

Till MISaLS lil \n

will Reopen their classes arli in April

_full particulars in later nIvta_ T^ANCINa-Miss L M RIGHT latest Dances taught -L' irivatcly and In Class Acalemy -vi Oeart strcct Hour» 10 to j dailj Classes «ed S Sat

- " " O' 0 N Si Incv

M

ISS KTIlfL CI III ORD for Al I STALHiAUIVJ -..» ADUI 1 lilli! r anl luco Class Heil, pm. Juvenile Billet '?at 2 JO Aerolalic Class Wed L I'riv lew any lir I O O I Ten pie (Clarke st entrance) miff 1 AURIblON School of 1 ishionable Hanron J- Dancinc, Cliracs City Petersham StrathflelL from April 1> Pnv less I j arr Ctr} «h"1,'1 SIDM Y MOltfMON Strathflcll I hone llirvvoodj_

D

ANCINO Taught thora ighlj Is a les'on

A oimg »t Redfern near Clcv eland st

DANCING -I atest II roo n Dancing quiclly Taught,

mod Alls» 11 Roal 147 Alfro I st N8

milos A\OOD, Teaches Step lane) and nallrooa 1 Dinchg class Is prlv . 2s 1» Q A jjanjü.

"DORIS BARNETT,

XJ ASSISTANT TO

PROFESSOR LEOPOLD GODOWSIÜ,

VltNNA,

being compelled by the war to defer her return to 1 urope, is prepared to accept a few advanced rano

forte Students

Loopold Godo» sky writes-' Miss Doris BmtKI lus studied with me for live years, and 1 am flM U be ahhj to state that she has made great stndo ia

her Ait

She has been extraordinarily successful In prepu ing pupils for mc, and bus besides that had oatt«» success . In her concerts I can recommend "" ?"«' warmly us a competent teacher uni splendid concert pianist, and wish her the further success she de-

serves."

Communications to . """

_nox 3oa nro . (lAIHKlA, TUL GRiAT 1US10IIIÜAL ULM PLAY

J LYCEUM T1HATRI, Al »iii J_ - MISS t.A CIIAMTIOS

(Airs Phillp Milson), .. having recovered from her recent lerlom limes» ina

resume teaching iifUr 1-sstir III conjunction mu

Sr Pilli IP HILSON

who offer ,."

TWO SCHOLARSHIPS

(I jears 1 ree Tuition)

for Mnlo and iomnlc A oki s respectively

Auditions A\ edi«* HI, -4th Mareil

Intending candidates" ¿hase ''ipply pciwmlly or 1>;

letter biloro or on that date lit

STUDIO I (1st I loor)

3"7 Leorgc street,

__opp r«J¡n_ri_

/\ABiRÏA,-Tm airr^T-HisroiticAi nui mi

\J LACrllM TIIIA1RI APH1L_J _-.

M' R (,EÓ~PLUMM1 II COU, London andIW

Pupi, onr,f sa-» rÄrriA

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AMltcco I'M INO »ii (0, «r"rrTi»

MR i r I D« ILK, sh Mm, fr » » »'". \£ ).ro«t

Admis eh imbers. (corse'me »ni ^ '

street, Nortli_>vdne)_T . ,N S-, MÏ^okS

.¡rnrTiTRRA^ inoMhi*^->% }"".

IM restored Dramatic Art > I* « mm ?

to suit the tlmes^ConuiE"1^1'1." .-^-j557l j -u.HONI Milted, leading circuit I

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¿JOTSEIIENTS.

"_L«c THEATRE. MELUOUltNK.

¡T^'^'LICATIONS FOR LEASE.

»*? j^imuil arc prepared to receive application«

"* u>«<TS the Theatre for 5 years fruin the lzui ¿4.0'»Üír'a!id'''condmons of the Lease can be in nV .Ville form of application obtained, at the

IP*'','¿ undersigned.

.Pilcal& «liuu1'1 Uc add,'c'iîK, '? .VIe >'"'»7¡5|P';a'

¿pplldlJu'« ^ coicr endorsed "Application tor

",bmf hi,«'i'lheatrc," and should he .lolivtied not |"K of I»1 * *. , .1. "oon on the lltll day of April.

liter ("a" '

lili' 11 .heal or any application will not necessarily i* aneri'»«''- "" " ,|," ut February, 1105.

DJied M» -" , ,-.v uiiAKH, and CANDY,

hulicltor», 'Hie Olderllcct,

"I Collina-strcet, Melbourne.

li'

FüivTCIFALlfa- ^ OF MASCOf.

TO FOOTBALL CLUBS.

. ,:"itnn« ore invdleil until 20th lnst,. tor th«

*^} < ê FOO ni"li GROUND on the MASCOT SïtiK fe (he ensuing teawin. Includin* the Pavilion Wi nriling lloonii.. and Shower bath».

w|p|E_" are required to state amount they are

.iÄ^Äwn Clerk's Oftlee. '

Particular. Wn] IIlJQncSi Town clerk.

Town Hal!. Mascot,

Munit Î'I. IDl.i._

iTvfïÏÏ^ÏÏiY DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL ASSO H' V TÍOV -ANNUAL SHOW, MAY 3rd, 7th. ¡aid

íiT wi', «end for Prize Schedule.

tk 19U II. S. JOHNSTON. Wlndrol.

ÄifMTnneniJDY SHOW open for Engagement, J. Iiti'-P-l'"''1 23 Km>nl-rt <,|tY-'

irmigES. VEHICLES,' LIVE STOCK.

"ORTON'S GOLD_ MEDAL , SULKIES.

BEST AND CHEAPEST ALWAYS.

H

iWJRDED GOLD MEDAL U.A. SHOW SIX YEARS

N SUCCBSSIUN (AN UNBEATEN RECORD).

CT L\r A nîUlTll'Ul, COLLECTION OF HIGH ^ CLASS SULKIES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION

ou hand to select from.

WITH AND WITHOUT RUBBER TYRES,

SUIT PONIES OH HORSES.

ARTinJR HORTON, LTD., .

BULKY MANUFACTURERS AND E.ATORTERS,

311-318 I'airaniatta-road, Petersham.

TEL., 521 PET.

Idthhardt, Haberfield,- and Abbotsford trams stop It door. _

' SEND FOR CATALOGUES ANT) PRICES.

ÎSTKD0UIILl' and SINGLE WAGGONS. FINISHED

READY FOR THE ROAD,

ALWAYS IN STOCK.

"' ^ PARRAMATTA-ROAB.

TELEPHONES, 730 and 800 Glebe.

li ETAOIN SIlRDl.tls, Mlitlll.U C VI F tV Y l'P.I PJPJ tiWIt'bALK. a sidendlil CARRA'ALL, bv Angus,

J! doublewated Buggy, cut under, almort new. Horse, Bond goer, quiet, 2 .Sets Harness, in one lot or "orate, to suit buyer, well worth inspection.

U. LUCAS.

_Heauiliainp.Btrect. Marrickville.

DOGCART by Angus, perlcct order, lamps, etc.;

Iiuitbomc liny Cob Goldh.g, thick-set, quiet, and my itjlish, iieiv hand-sewn English Harness, ii com- pite and stilish turnout, 50 guineas. A Bargain.

RODD, Julians, AVharfrosd, Gladesville.

TAOit ale, 2 R.T. Brougham Cab», Collin«, build.. Í .\oe lill and oil,- one almost new, the other in ibor, t-ood riiutr, no rcasonahlc offer reiuscd. 148 HcnhM.I-.-lreel. lie.lfeni._ RCUÄIILE "itvhsli t'liestnut PONY, Harness, and

Sillv. J. DI'MiEltl.EA', corner Euston-road and )'clford-Hln-ct. Ilurlilone Park._;_ tULK or Hire, Simare Dealer's Plain or Slotted,

) Vans sgle. Trolller. FLEGCS I.IVflltiV STAHLES, sHrrvin «Irt-it. Waterloo. 'Phone, 810 Redfern,

(¡TVI.lall, 'inlet Pony, 4 yeius, Hooded Sulky and f) llamos'., Saddle and Bridle, only used 1 month, ml. CO. T. tv. Carr. Ccntl.-ave., Chatswood.

00111.11 MM IA ItLE, eutlinder, leatlier ïïïinlilcd,

earn etitlit, doubla set Ilraks-mounlcd Ilanicss, ulennr k1. Mimili. Fred. Jones. Tanner, Penrith.

TTTOH'UOL SHOW, MARCH 20 and 27.- Horses, it Ponies, and Turnouts. Apply for schedules.* " P" OR SALE. New Single Lorry, also good Double.

Piters Iho*., Phillip and Baptist sts, Redfern.

t-IfSAl.K, SULKY, good'order, suit 14 or 15_haiids, 1 sell idieap. W. Cavers.' .South-parade. CninpBle.

MAt

VOR SALK, urtivc Draught GELDING, any trial, j. i.' or double harness. J. Holohan, Prod. Mcht,, Koa;.

iTVRKDUT, Comprising 12-hda. Pony, Sulky, Har 1 ness, no reis, olfer refused. 14 Day-st, Lclch. TOR Sale, 1 Tlpdray Turnout, give any trial. Apply - Joe MeM ilion. Une Cove-rd. Pymble.

SALE. School, Wentworthville. Sociable, £15; all»

ltinics». Sulky, and Pony. £14. Good order.

BE-ESÎIlItE.-Mid York Cross Weaners, splendid

qt-l., 21» del, rail Pennant H. Khbott, 'Dural.

m Ki: Hoars and Sows, ,Mid. ¿York,, great qnal.,

- ,me stock; weaners -2/2/. Ebbott, DnraL (WVKIt through ¡lines« has for Sale supr. Rubber V tyred Sulky, almost new. 40 Oxford-st. 'city.1

(SH41UÍ VAN for Sale, almost new, Bull 15 hands ahorse, good order.. Bison, (j. Rivor-rd, Bk«tn.

ViURa COW, newly calved, £0 10a. J. Morrissey,

,'1 Peat's Fcrry-rd, Horrsby._;_ (lUEST.VLT aiÏÏJ)iNG, quiet, IB hands, à yeani,-:C4

u 10s._English^ Mt. Colah. __ _ _" Fit Sale, honest Horse, convertible lorry; any rca

maable olfer. 'Phone, SOS Paddington.

WR Salo, good Sulky, nearly new, cheap. Boiling, 1' >« Tmf.ilgar-st,-Anwndilc . Tike 'B,rlnmtn -tram. rRTKEN-TAVO Bay Pony, black points, by Almac,

! j ear«, together willi R.T. Sulky and. Harness, |i"J Wal; would arrange terms...< ii- *

CORONA, Spearman-street, Chatswood.

tBR SALE, small covered-in CART, suit rnbbitor; 1 also -,pirc Wbefls-niid Asie.' -Lot' £2/ . -No deal

i Trrrv-street, St. Peters._

irttiAGi: Cart, reliable Pony 4yrs., «et new Harnees

' any trial, £14 lot, cheap.

711 Hnrri»»treoti -Ultimo.- 'near1 Railway.

UWP.K-SI'ltlNH CART, reliable Mare, Oyrs, set Har-

ness, any trial, £0 lot, cheap.

711 "Unrri.'Mrti ?Ultimo,' near Railway.

IIMVCMtT, reliable Heavy llor»e Cyr«, set Harness, -1 Ita tnal, £15 lot, cheap. , ,

_741 llnmVstfUltl-no,' near Railway.

PO.St, Mund, 4yrs, Sulky, set new Harness, £12 10s

lot, cheap.

41 Harris-it, Ultimo, near Raliway. TWTTEtt CART, reliable mare 0 yra, set ncw.-llar

trial, £12 lot, cheap.

_II Harris street, Ultimo, near Railway. ATI« Lorrj, reliable llorac 5yrs, set new Harness, ton *' trial, JL.'.'I lot, cheap.

_711 Harris street, Ultimo, near Railway. TlUllf feiere,! Waggon, good rolinhlc Mire Oyrs., " Iel ni» llirm.1-, .Uiy trial, £10 lot, cheap.

_____7I1 Harris street,^ Ultimo, near Railway. »0 ilciiy lir.uiKlit I loi seii, "used to ploughing, suit

(anuir, Ü7 (.i,-|i, ilieap. . . '

"41 llarrh-street; Ultimo, near' Railway. WAHI: tiuardiail VAN, refiablc Horse Oyrs., ni .J swd llamo,,, ,ui,v; trial, £11 ID» lot, ehenp.

-,_711 ILirrn^,trcet, Ultimo, near Railway. ÍIW and hiimiu-iiand ATIII-LE9,""llAItNIä{JS, and ' SADUI.I.Ili, (in.ility good, uriceH low, ut

MACNAMARA'!!,

--_157 CASTLEREAOII-STREET. PO»: Sale, Iliil.her-t.iRd SULKY, good order, suit

* H.2 lion). Apply after 1.

_L_l£!____:dell rd and Llmilecot-st, Dulwldi Hill.

yi'thV and Harnes,, almost new, lor Sale, cheap. _i.-__J!oumiih;c. Adderley-tt, Auburn._,

("OR SALE, FAT COW, suitable for butcher. Apply ? JOHN Rl.ll), Fox Valley-road,

Íki_l'_L-__Warrawee.

llorac, Light Vun, and liaraes«, 'good for _:^l_l_Í1_ 'J' lb.« «4 Arthur-ut, LhardL [?CU.S.S Hay Gidding, U yrs. old, splendid con.

--_-l0"i 'rial. 2'> I.r-I.inc-Ht. elly.

«"iviJ'^Vv.,1", "'H., Trun, ilanicss, good and J cheap, j, (aicioma-bt, Paddington._ _

J) i,«^''1/',6"0'1 s"lk>'' chc"P> nearly new. Boiling, f=^T_P¿r-'it,_Aiiiijil^ale._jyi^Bahiiain tram.

j)«iä SAU., rand «.»idle or Buggy Horse, l.laek", cheap. __n1_J._iLi^!uH, Jluiiinore-st, Bexley.

QÜ». flUMI'hllTS, C.V.S., VETElUNAllYSUIlOEON,

-Niiv \ clcrinary Hospital,

r._ J Rockdale, u6ar Acme. ? '

i!__l_mte Thone, UM Kog. Established 1003.

Ä.

L,lr?í"iS",íL', ll,l>' l5°nald, cheap. Oeo. Gumperts, ".*? Hotly Point-id, Rockdale. Thone, 033 Kog. i: wevl''V.1f1,IH',:'a>3 5 'ron-rall VAN; also Square

«««. lîiatli: ' dlK"'- C' P'm'IT' UmoUl>" P0i,Jífil-K,Y' c'l"?aP' '«gelber or wp.; or Excli. lot Tr^^T^^-í^^-^'-^^-íií^-'-^-íi-1' i_'5;__i,-__._t.'i"itcrbuo-. lui "í!¡; ",row" lkm<- Su'lcy. and Harness for ^¿__i'deMli', (¡lovcij.t, Mosman.

i! i.« Y1', " tum¡* l'"^''i~n'ê"a'rï,"Tol)mJ77itîÎcl(,

AM,111' Pony (i.'idinir.'i'ii hamKloWiTsty

llih- '?"?' ".'n-lop Sulky, and N.St. Harne»,

li. I, BYRNES, Wanitah-st and

ia htruthtluli!._ sulky Pony,'14 hands. -Apply' .ixrrr-'-___? -.'-rd. Simulier Hill._ yii. lumber t.lmi sULM", set Rubber and Gold e«Si ' ' ly Vian« M"ro' -t'Scir-ohl, together

"f"310' 181 Viitoria-Btrcctf

1 Sale, Sulipiurnout, Pony, Van, and" liar., lot T^ÎO__J2>J_APPA.v_ûl_Jtaglun-Bt, «arlington. Tk,. '.."'- ''""»'. l''"t trotWliiThanictsTiöoil 7rsrS!ii-!'''_._u___«'..Triilii. Stahles,>.Zetland.

frrrrtT-- J «rii'i im, Carlton-parade, Carlton. ,

Ë inn 1,l^'l,,1''"'-> «.'«' f«r Sale,' __¿d"_a.l.lle and

STÄX.!-* ülHal»' ?lulinslow, Hoiihtoii-nl, S. IC'ton. * ¡ot l',!;' ^J."li,,' '''"¿I"!",1' I10"^ 'l"iel- " )."?. .JCÏ8 RrT,sÄAuÄ'_> Walthatn-st, (toro Uli!, N. Syd. Su" Turaiut, "ujïî ?

HX ll.rT

J Van vii ,' " ' " " rueiiime, enny í

WvTTTf1-' ,'1,"''li__.i'_cr. Lideombe.

Ming, K-IIUIK!, s'ijllsh In harnt«« and HP «". \." '" '" ''"''' 0|'''' "ov'''' c''"h' Chatswood. Í « ,T .!".». l'"Ol cider, 3.|ianih Pony, young.

, ni.,i>i,-it, Coiieunl._,_ _ ii»' long Tiny Sulky, chen|i. llrldgcmeñi, I*» S\1J¡,

iS? %fT íor ^!^~ltooT7rd-er7dK_S JÍJVfejrgcjinil. llagîan_sis, . AVotcrloí.

\rtvtv J-T-'sí-",|i. "agían sis, . AVotcrloo.

«wSLft Mí,rch aJ.^trpTtriikVc^neS

?* V- aolds). Auctioneers, Stanton and Son, ha.

T

HREF. ATTRACTIONS FOB IMS.

;¡ ATTl.ACJMuNS POR 1915. 'ii ATTRACTIONS FOR 1915.

.'{ ATTRACTIONS FOR 1915.

ATTRACTION NO. 1, «."_, 0 CARI NET Cf.llOCO P11010S, or 3 PARIS PANEL CORÓLO, and d POSTCARDS lind an ENLARGEMENT, fur 10/3. Prices charged »t some Studios: 6 Cabs., 10/0; 0 Postcards, 4/; the Enlarg., 7/0. Total, 22/. Our ATTRACTION PRICF, 10/(1.

ATTRACTION NO. 2. " ".",., li CABINET rilOTOailAPIIH, or 3 PARIS PANEL PHOTOS, and 0 POSTCARDS and an ENLAROEMEN , al! finished lu our well-known Bromide Process, for 1../0. Prices charged at some Studios:-6 Uroinide Portraits, '.VU; 0 Bromide Postcards, 4/0, nnd the Enlargement 10/0. Total, 30/0. Our ATTRACTION PRICE, 15/0.

ATTRACTION NO. 3. ,, . ,

And now for oin Suindard Attraction, which lui been responsible for our unrivalled success, and whicn has built up our business from a sinai! beginning to the largest business in the Southern Hemisphere.

ONE DOZ. CABINET PHOTOGRAPHS, mounted

J,ur New Artistic Mount, enclosed in our Unlquo Art folders, and nu Enlargement on ii spcclally-Be ectcil mount, and-framed In a most expensive Moulding, for 21/. Slxc of frame, about 30 x 24 inches.

Prices-i harged at some Studios:-12 Cabinet Photo iKraphs, 15/0; the Enlargement, 13/0; the Frame, l-V" Total, 43/0. Our

ATTRACTION PRICE, 21/.

VICE-REGAL PHOTOGRAPHERS BY SPECIAL

APPOINTMENT.

' ' AFTER DARK PHOTOGRAPHS.

On Fridays and Saturdays wo take Photographs up lill 10 p.m. without previous appointment. Results and price same as daylight.

THE CROWN STUDIOS, ?

448 GEORGE-STREET (NEXT ROBERTS' HOTEL).

HORSES, VEHICLES, LIVE STOCK.

1'jYINAI, SALE.-50 Now, S.U." VEHICLES, Clumpion

long-tray Sulkies, Dogcarts, Piuno-bcx, Sidebar Buggies, Colonial Buggies; Waggonettes; Bulcher, Baker, Grocer's,'Milk Carts; A'an, Box AVaggons, Kingle Lorries, Hand ice Cream Carts, Soil Carts, Road Roller, Jinker, Harness, Suddles, Tarpaulins, etc.

Cast, Wrought Iron, Brass, Copper, etc.

ELLIOTT'S,

_403 Oeorgc-strcet, opp. Crystal Palace,

X7AOR Private bale, at our Horse Banar, Gcorge-st,

? ' 40 HORSES, Ponies, and Marco, irom X6: Sulky Turnout, £12; Dealer's Cart Turnout, £12 10s; Vil- lage Cart Turnout, £10; Baker's Cart Turnout, £16: Mllkcart Turnout, £14; Hooded Sulky Turnout, £14: Sliiglc-horec Lorry Turnout,- £23; Double Lorry, two young Horses, and Harness, £SS; Pony Van Turnout. £10; small Sulky Turnout, £9; new Order Cart Turn- out, £17: new Tipdray, £13; new Milken«. £0: new Order Cart, £0; new Pony Sulky, . £10: new Tray Sulky, £111 10»; new Sulky Hanlon. £2 los: Set new S.iddlcs and Bridles, £2 10s: 200 AVhlclcs of all descriptions always on hand. Put on rall or boat free. Auction Sales held dailv. Note our Address: 6S3A George-street, up laneway, opp. Anthony '.lordcrns'. ? Telephone, 8732 City._

"ITIOH SALE, atSgiJARE and COMPASS SALEYARDS.

J.1 70(1 George-street, 1-jymarkot-20 HORSES und

Ponies, 20 Saddles, 00 Seta of Harness, and 2011 Vehi- cles. No matter what kind of .Turnout you reuniré, cither business or pleasure, and no matter how cheap you want them, we have them on hum!. Call and inspect our stock before making your final decision. Any kind of vehicle built to order at lowest possible prices. Inspection invited.

'Phone, City 32(15.

Wi

TANTEU, reliable Man to take over yng. Draught

Horse, nearly new TTocart, and Harness, in per- manent work, earning £4 18s weekly: will stand any trial; £_30 lot. Can stable near work. Apply Con- tractor, 5SSA Gcdrgo-streot, up laneway, opp. Anthony Horderns'. Tel., 8732 City._

ANTED, reliable Mun to Uko over Horse, Tip

cart, Harness, In permanent work, with £25, must be sober und not afraid of work. Apply Con- tractor, ' 583A George-street, up laneway, upp. Hor dcrns'. Tel., 873i City. Experience not necessary.

WANTED, reliable Man to take over lirst-clasa

Tipdray Turnout, in constant work, earning £4 18s weekly, can stable near work, any trial, lot £20. Apply Contractor, 5S3A George-street, up laneway, upp. Anthony Horderns'. Tel.. 8732 City._

ALL KINDS of Horses and Vehicles sold for cash <..

terms; large stock to choose from. Horse Bazaar, 5S3A George-street, opp. Anthony Horderns'._ "VTEW Yarn. Sulky, new Silver Harness, rcl. Pony, -e> suit lady, £18 lot; week's trial. Apply Fruit Fhop, 585 George-Btreet, opp. Horderns'. T., 8733 City. FOR Sale, Brown Mare.nny trial, £4. Home Sun

duy, 135 Marlon-st, Leichhardt._ 1710R Sale, splendid Pony and Sulky, young and fast.

-1 173 Klswick-st, Leichhardt^ T.. Pshne, _1S2L___

HOUSES (2), working now in our ice carts, honest

workers; Harness, Cart, strong, suit builder or cut- ting .butcher, cheap. Seen on Sunday; no dealers. King Ice AVorks, 181 Elswlek-strcct, Leichhardt.

EEL. active Van- or Lwry Horse for Sale, trlah _' Madigan,_Blacksmith, Lander-st, Redfern._ SELL cheap or Exchange, Light 3 Square Van, one

suit produce. Fottus Lodge, Good-st, Granville.

jAOR Sale, new double Lorry, cheap. Drabble axles. . AV. Tennent, 04 Uereford-st. Glebe._

^AOR Sale, secondhand Sulky, cheap. Bonnie Doon, F'

Klngsclcar-rd. Alexandria.

BAY Gelding, free, 7 yrs., suit tradesmen, dealer, £4

10s. 3 llnlnclavq-lanc, oil Mltchcll-rd, Alexandria. FOR Sale, fliat-clau"]t.T. Brougham Cab, licensed,

und 2 Horses, eli. Farnsworth, Oladstone-st, Lhdt. MALL Pony, Sulky, and Harness, suit^lady, week's

trial, £7 lot. 71 Regcnt-st, opp. Mortuary._ 1LLAGE Cirt, young "Pony, and Iluriiess, weekVs

trial, lot CO. '71 Rcgent-st, opp. Mortuary.

,EALEit'S Van, Horse, and Harness, week's trial,

lot £8. 71 Rcgent-st, opp. Mortuary._ MNYVO Timber Brays, also Hum., no reas, offer reí-, X Draught Horse, week's trial, £3. 71 Rcgent-st.

OODED.Wuggoiy.Horse, and Harness, sun laundry, week's trial, £10. 71 Rcgcnt-st, opp. Mortuary. THEN Sulkies, new and scc.-hd., from £4'cach; also J_ 20 ~ - - . -. .

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20 sefs Harness. '71 Rcgent-st, opp. Mortuary.

SMALL Pony, suit children, £2; new Milkcárt, '£4 _ 10s, 2 scc.-hd. Village Carts, £3 co. 71 Rcgent-st. B'OOTHMAN'S, COAOHBUÎLDËRS,

AATlson and .'Drown streets, NEAVTOAYN, '

THE CHEAPEST anil BEST in SYDNEY for SUL- KIES and LIGHT BUSINESS A'EIIICLES of .aB DE- SCRIPTIONS..

We BUILD to SUIT you for CASH or on our GENUINE

EASY TERMS.

Open ALL J)AY.-SATURDAY. _j_;_ /-1HEÀFEST YARD IN SYDNEY.-Dealer's Turnout, \J £8; Double-seated Buggy Turnout, £10; Village Cart Turnout, £0; Hooded Waggon .Turnout, £12; 0 Sulky Turnouts, from £8 each; Double and Single Lorries, Irom £10 each; Turnout, suit plumber, £8 10s, small Pony Turnout, suit children, £10; Butch- er's Cart Turnout, uni; i-ony, \ illiige cart, und Har- ness, £0. 44 Kcnsington-st, off Georgc-strcot ' AVcst, ?J7WR Sale, ll-hand Pony, Harnais,' strong, reliable. -à-1 ' 327 Clevcluiid-st, Redfeni.

FOR Sale, light vA'nn llorac, cheap. Apply 2

O'Hurq-st, Marrickville._ LADY will sacrifice her hcuutitul mund, fust, 15 has.,

0 years, Black Gelding, by Childe Harold, fit for any show ring, show 3 minute's on the road. A good home 'will bo appreciated better than money, £25. Stylish Sulky and Harness, to mutch, trial anti guar- an t ce j__hcii__^__í__J\_in_l__i__r^

T7VÔK Sale, good younr Horse, 4yrs, suit baker or -1- grocer, trial, £25. List, l-'cltnn-rd, Carlingford. KEL1ABLE Pony, Sulky, Harness, suit old couple,

£12, wk.'s trial. 683A George-st. opp. Horderns'. VILLAGE Cart, reliable Pony, Hani;, lot £10. Don

Fruit Shop. Gcorge-st, opp. Anthony Horderns'.

HOODED Fruit A'un; Horse, Harness, week's trial, lot ______ £10. 5S3A Gcorge-st, opp. Anthony Horderns'.

irMiLTT A'un, ,oung Horse, Harness, week's trial, £H JP lot. 683A Georgc-st, opp. Anthony Horderns'.

>1CK Vf three Square Van Turnouts, £10, £12, £14,

week's trial. nS3A Gcorge-st, opp. An. Hurdema'. rrOÖDED Sulky, Boise, 6yrs., new Harness, lot £16, " . weck'a trial. 5S3A Gcorge-st, opp. An. Horderns'

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TEW Pony Van, »-year-old Pony, new Ham., week's

trial, £18. 5S3A George-at, up laneway, op. Ilord,

"VTEW Butcher's Order Cart, Pony, Harness, bargain, ?PS £18. (¡SHA Gcorge-st, up laneway, opp. Horderns'. Ç3INGLE Lorry, Horse, Harness, nny trial, lot £28. I_L-i*.;i--5îî-~,!-EtJÜ'P-'-ABi!t.JÍST£.r,!ríi_jIZ22_Çlty. QUT.KÂ', young Horse, Harn., ault rabbiter, lot £12. P* 583A Georgc-st, oppo8_t___An^iony__jjordcriiB'.

rïÂîîNNeiv and Second-hand Tipdrays, fr. £6. 583A X. Georgc-st, up laneway, opp. Anthony Horderns'

OAKER'S CART, young Horse, und Harness, £16.

Bargain. 5S3A Georgc-st, opp. Anthony Horderns'. 1 T'Ouït good Mares, suit larmer or breeder, £10, £9,

.' £12, £8. 583A Georgc-st, opp, A. Horderns'.

/^OOD ÍIORSKi-Dealer's Van, and Harness, any trial, VT £11.108. 700 tlcorge-st, Haymarket._ HORSE, Village Carl, and Harness, £ls7 any Trial,

cheap__700 _Ge_xgy.tj_Hajn¡ar_tct._ OUTCÎIER'S Order Cart,, Horse, and Harness, £16, XJ any trial. 700 Gcorge-st. Haymarket._ , , IODED Confectioner's AA'aggon, Horse, and Ham., li. £28, good lot. 700 Gcorge-st, Haymarket._ ^tOOD qidel Horse,.Dent-shaft" Sulky, and Harness, ~ £14 10s,_cheap_;_7Ouaeorge-st, Haymarket._

JE. quiet Pony, Oyrs,, sound and ral., 12 hands,

suit .lady or trav.. £l>. 412A litt-st, nr. R'way, H'

MILK CART, in good order, young Pony, ond Ham.,

x!(ÜotJ-_i,.?A.JLlllíí'-"0H-r-ll¿1ilw?y'_ riYWO Good Hones, suit cab or vun, giving up business, JL -oil çiil.m. 7'l Grovc-st. St. Peten, _ ?V OUN'tl lloise, quiet, round, dealer's van and har., X du np. Fruit Show. Iluoth and Young st*, An'dale. "VOU.NG IIOIt.-iK, sound mid i diable, with New uray, A. Gilpin axle, willi new hllver-moiuited Hunicos, In licriiianeiit council work, which «HI be tiunsferred. earning £1 l8» vvceklv. Tun sliibl« with llrm. £»!).

MANAGER,

1 Olehe-street, off Hay-street, below Ginee Bros,

OWNER, Icavinu: State, has left with us lor SALE

good YOUNG. 110R.NE. (irst-class DRAY, and Sli- ver-mounted HARNESS, In permanent work, which con be tr.iii>feiied, earning £1 lis weekly, THE LOT £S8.

Apply FARMERS and SETTLERS' DEPOT,

.112A Pitt-street, Haymarket.

C1O0U young Horse, Dray, and Harness, In aovcrn

T wont work, earning £4 18s. weekly, which wo guarantee to transfer, «n, trial, £38. Apply Manager, No. 1 Olebe-ilicet, off ftiy-street, below Grace Bros.

( i !!,NTM:.ilA.v» Hackney, Ila,, black points, 15.2, AJT sound and reliable, 2 flint prl/.es as luickncy weiglil-cairjcr, by Y'orke, also broken to harness, £12. .A gift. I Olclie-streel. off H.iy-st, below Grace Bros. \",7A-.NTIiO to Sell, wltn'S year»', luiistum work, carn

'» liur £4 lbs weekly, good Horse, Tipdray, ,aiid

LMM.I.E-SEAT BUüUY, Pony, and new Harness, £18, K/ any trial. 412.A Pltt-st, near Hallway,_ n" OUSE, A'un, and Hum., permanent light job, earn«

lug £1 weekly, £25. 412A Pilt-st. nr.. Railway.

A 'ami Settlers'r Depot, 412A Pltt-st, near Ballway._

FULL-SIZE SOUARE VAN, patent axle, £0, cheap.

412A Pltt-st, near Railway.

NICE PONY', Syrs., Sulky, and Harness, making a

llrst-claia turnout, £111. Thoroughly .recommend. Aii.v_lrl.il. _ Fiiruierajinil Settlers' Dcput, 412A Pitt-sl. RELIABLE PONY, 13.Ï, 5 years, nuw~îulky, und Har-

ness, £22 lot, or scp. 70_Slmmoiiä^st__Eninore. STYLISH Trotting ~ Mure, 14.2," suit- sport, 4 years,

_fust, Jrlul, .C_Miio,_SliiiinouMt,_Enmore._ STANCH HORSE, su'lf A'un-or~Tlpdray, 3t)cwt trial,

(lyrs, £11. Smith, Woodyurd,. Slininuns-st. Enmore

ifSELDING,. BUit tradesman, "siTlliy u'nil Harness, £13 AJT 2a_Bjsliousgatc-st. off Auatrallii-st, Newtown.

a"OOD 18"-hînïl~l,7iiiy, Siilliv, mid Ilurness, ulmoiit

new, cheap, £:-1.__ 5'1 Stuffoid-st, St-iunioie. S" \j,E, 8-spriiig sTili.v, Tilso Hand Cart, bargain

_«niatuh-st, jOLUiUit._Lplriilyult._ PONA:7"l2"huiid8, "Sulky, "and Iluriiess, Rubber-tyred

Sulkv, suit II huuds, also lion Tyre, set Beor Pumps, flut offer. Mrs. Carson, late Frankfort Hotel, Enmore and j_h__t__ria_J_pads,_M_mickWlle__ ÖÜLKY £7; Pony Sulky, £10; no lurthcr use. 28 O Eiunorc-rd, MairiclmÜe. _._

HORSES, VEHICIES, UVE STOCBL rpllE "" IIM/K RIBBON LINE OF COACHES, Hüllt Right. TEN PRICES Right lim Rieht. YEARS Are Right. -11 Right. SUPREMI!. All Right,

R.A. SHOAA, SÏDNEY.

Before BUYING Inspect our LAPOP STOCKS, or

ante for CATALOGUE and I'lllCU LIST.

THE C. ASHDOWN OABRIAGE CO.,

A'chicle Mnmifacturcrs and Exporter«, VI0-13S George «trect, ( ampi rilown.

Leichhardt, Haberfield, Abbotsford, and South Annan- dale Care to our doors every 2 minutes; 6 minutes only ! rom Cenital Station._ "X7 Elïï laisy, genuine tins, tor any class ot \chicle,

'."-" ~~ Muru. elmsley, 40 Wilson-st, Newtown.

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¡VxHGOXETTK, Horse, aïïil Harneas, suit country,

£RI 2(0 King-st, Newtown, next Gov. & Rink,

CJOt'lALl.E, seat 0 pats., hood, brake, etc., in perfect

1 50 Wilson-si, New town.

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rTWIIil.'H Double Lorries, ni,o new Square Var

u" Lliilincts-st, city, top Railway Subway.

KALER'S VAN, Horse, and Harness, any trial, £14.

- !.. hing-sl. Newtown, next. Gov. Savings Bank.

Van, cheap.

riAIIItLi: i cry light Paspcngcr Warrerohûttej, carry 12,

!"? and 20 past., clip. 5(1 AVllson-st, Newtown, rnwo Pony Phaetons, rubbcr-tyred Dogcart, L. Ordei X_ 'i. (heap 212 nonlli'ini-st, Surry Hills.

riiNO uainled Waggons, nil. Cart, Sq. Van, cheap, X ' ' Go 'Ihum-tt, rear Riley-it, Surry Ililli.

Long and Short Tray Sulkies, Tipdrays, cheap, '2 Goiilhiirn-nt, near Rilo)-st, Surry Hills.

) stylish young lionet, suit milkman or gr

--- ó .'rd 0 year«, any trial. 200 NcUon-st, Annan. C5 OOI) Single Lorry, built by Peters,, good Horse,

« lind Harness, £30 lot, together or separate.

_ 100 Tuylar-Btrcct, Annandale.

Al 11 U-ii-4-ARTER Guard-rail lan, set U.M. Har _tie^m, cheap, sep. If wtil. 1 Renwlck-st, Matxlckville faWlt Sale, 13-hd. Pony, I }rs" Sulky, and set new - Harne«, £10. J. Clinton. 11 Wnterloo-st, Rouelle. ¿TRONO Milage Cart, suit grocer, cheap. Farmer, J_ (¡or.lon-sqiurc, off Addison-rd, Marrickville. '

WANTIÎÇ coiislaiiV worlï~for* Single-horse Van or

Lorry or 'tlpiliny, first-class turnout. Apply F.

15 Carey-street, .Marrickville. -

finished, chei,

alta rd, Petersham.

s__ A,;

BARGAIN.-Pony, Sulky, Harness, b.-shalt, mov. scat, . _«.pring cushion, lainp-t. 41 Excclsior-stf leichhardt

/-^.OÓb Hone, sprlngcart, set llurncba, lot, trial, £0. v-T No. l (Hebe-lane, off Norton Bt, Glebe._ BENT^SHAFT Sulky,"Pony.'añd lljrn_s,""£i- the lot,

or separate, wilt a lady; Square Van Turnout, cheap. 117 Henderson-road, Alexandria._

ALE, 2 Pony-Vim, "hardvvuod wheels, light and

heavy. Brock, 144 Walkcr-st, Redfern.

HANDSOME 14.2 llay'Maro, «ast, quiet, reliable. j After 2 to-day, Grocer, cor. i'al.-Brlgliton sts, Pet. POR SALE, Pony, 4 yrs. old, quiet and reliable, trial

given, £8; also Sulky and Harness, lot -.0. A. Hind, Rickurd-strcct, Arncliffe._ 1JX)R SALE, neat Silver-mounted Sulky und Harness,

. young 14.» Pony, quiet to all traille, any, trial Mayville, Lllydalc-strcet. Marrickville.

aWÖ~"Tfpi«!t"Tiiiiioiits for Solo, with work. J.

? Wnlqck, New Abattoirs. Open week._ .pvllAUUHT Mare and Von for Sale, good road or U garden work. AVIII take part exchange for Pony and Sulky. The Pines, llomerytrcet, Canterbury._ W. DWYER, 144-140 Klng'stfcctr Ne» town.-Newcnt

designs In Motor-scat and Rubber-tyred Sulkies', I also Long Tray, Bent Shaft, and Exercise Sulkies. ' SINGLE. AND DOUBLE BUGGIES.

CATALOGUES POSTED.

RUBBER-TYRED SULKY, perfect order, cheap.

DWyor'aJDoach Factory, 144 King-st, Newtown.

SYDNEY'S Cheapest . Feed" Store, No. 4, Market

Stores, Ultimo-road, Haymarket,-Primo Oreen Whcatcn Chaff, tia Od per cwt; Choice Oaten, heavy Iced, 7s fid and Sa 3d per cwt, SpccUl.quotestoiiJoU. FOR SALE, new Sulky, all cedar, suit 14-hantly pony.

£20.

M'DONALD, Coachbulldcr. AValtara.

'KUY PRETTY TAFFY PONY (Bonnie Charlie

bleed), bred by Hordern, thoroughly sound and quiet, used to women anil children. Will saerifice. îï'_Ji'_Lsl£_?NNE4!!_lli_'ord_,t!_LLH!35_i!lc_:Ila-rJ_.

DOUBLE BUGGY, new tyres, strong whee-, and

»pring pole and shafts. Must sell at once. "¿. K. McCONNfXL, Melford-st, Hitrlsion; Park.

ÇJULKY, built 4 months, ZVf. "Sunday only, 8 North

*_? eole-st, .Marrickville.

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I~7\OY. Sale, -ThTck«ct Hav PONY, 14.S, .fat, sound,

? quiet, ann reliable. Lady can drive. New «.-m, SULKY HARNESS, co« £0 6s, cheap. BONA AILLE, William-street, Canterbury._' ?pAOR Sale, Black Move, 15 hind«, sound, stanch, -; q.i'et. cheap. 0 p.m., 0 MalahoT-at, Marrickville. QALE, Leather-trimmed, Itulibcr-tjroi Sulky; or Ex >J change Ige one, Trlinm. Hosevllle, Robert-st, Mkvl .CJOIJND Dratmht Horre, Hint any viork, Bell first IO offer, trial given. 1 Holmesdale-»!. Ai.

"VIEW Tray Sulky, strong make; also Set Harness, ?li take reas. oOer. cheap. 7 llolmesdale-st, Mkvle. .A YOUNG 11JÎ1FER, newly calved, cheap.,P. O'Con -cX noi, Al'Kvoyst, Alexandria.._.

FOR SALE, 13 hands Pony Turnout, 3 years old,

Rubbcr-tyred, Bell Lamps, also one Bay Horse, 0 year« old, trial, cheap, no further use. King, No. 27 Jennings-street, Alexandria.' ''No dealers._

~ ------ -- . -- -- . ^ Johns, TTvOR SALE, agrf PONA', £2, Bargain.

-_ Rlckard-st, Arnclllle, oil nannan-st._

r|-tlIREE-OUAHTER VAN Turnout, nearly new, 0 year j X Horse, sale, Gardner, Rostrevor, lliirker-st, R'wlck. ATICE Brass-mounted Sulky and Harness, lamps, etc, IN suit 13,0 pony. 10 Dcnlson-Et. Newtown.

very quiet, for

T7TOR Sale, Tufty Pony, KI bauds, very quiet, for -' chll., ride or dnvc. 117_Dcnlson-rd, l_vy-ham.

~"QOtí llorac, Dealer's Van, and Harn., together o'r

sctiurato, trial. 04 Camdcu-st, Newtown.

GP

EL. Hrirsc, A'an.Jand-llarn., 1 ton trial, suit carter.

Campsie Livery Stahles. Tel., 673 Burwood.

CHEAP.-First-class Dealer's Van, also splendid Pony,   fit for show ring. Giddey and Son, Produce     Merchants, New Canterbury-rd, P'sham. Tel., 423 Pet. QULU1ES, Sulkies, 50 new and 2nd-hand, iron and> rub

_ her tyres, lit allow. Newland, P'matta-rd, C'down. ORDER CART, 3 springs, light, well built; Horse

lind Uara., lot £10. Newland. P'matta.rd, C'down. SULKY TURNOUT, good stylish turnout, complete,

any trial, £18. Newland, Camperdown._

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HAWKER'S Hooded AVaggons (0), suit single or dble.

hone, cheap. .Newland, Parinmatta-rd, Camperdown CtQUAIti; Ouard-rall Vans (14) suit smallest pony to IO heaviest horse. Newland, l'arrainatta-rd. C'down.

ILLAUE Cart, 3 springs, patent axle; sound Horse, _new llnr., tr.,Jot £11. Ncvvlajid, l^mta.-rd.^C'dn. TlPDRAY~Turnouts (2)7 can he seen at work, £20 _ each, with work. Newland, P'niatta-rd, C'down. BUGGIES, Double and Single Seated, Rub. and Iron

Tyred; Horses, Ponies, cheap. Newland, P'matta-rd COOK'S BAZAAR tor the cheapest and best new and

second-hand Motor-scat Sulkies, Buggies, Sociables, Sprlngcart«, etc. 131 Pnrramatta-road, Camperdown. ACE of Clubs Pony Turnouts, 2, owner will soil

either, IBI-CI. lots. Erin Go Bragh, Carlingford. '"DUS. best Staircase 'Bus In Sydney, carry"~20 pas X> Benger«, rea», oller. 70 Botany-ra, Waterloo._ RUBBER-TYRED SULKY, good order, fsst llorac,

by Sir Harold, s»t Harness, sacrifice lot to-day, any trial, £25. 146 Staninore-road, Enmore.

TYL1SH 18_ iPony. 4yrs., ruhber-tyred Sulky,

and llamas, will Bcp. 140 Norton-st. L'hardt. OR SALE, 'Black' Pony, 11.2, fait and quiet, nibbor

tyrcd Motor I'jck Sulky, set best rubber and gold Harness, together or separate. B. GALLAGHER, 20 Maeauley-strecl. ' Lclcflhàrdt._ IJVOlt-SALE, Pony, broken to barnes«, cheap. Avonel,

1 l)alhoii«ie-it, llabertleld, alter 2.

GOOD Stiinch Reliable Horse, Square Van. suit fur.

niturc: and Har., cheap, 120 Audley-at, Petcrsnam. -«OK SALE, strong Hooded Sulky, nice turnout. 40

Or)iington-»t, Aslitleld, P g

ULKY, second-hand, strong and cheap, no use for |

It. Ferguson. Kcnt-Bt, Belmore.

7"OUNG PONY, 13 hands, suit lady, price £14, Cam

' hourn. Harnstaplc-rd. Five Dock.

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FOR SALE, two good Ti peart Turnouts, constant

work. 103 Baptist-st, Redfern._ rno Comincrcril"Travellers" and ¿theni.-First-claa« X Buggies and Sulkies for Hire, day or night.

Tel., L 1051._P. Byrnes, 27_Marsdcn-«t, Camperdown, IT'OR'Sale, thick-set Brown Golding, 0 yrs., 15 hands,

? broken Into slugle and double harness. J. PARRY, llcnlson-road^rncllflc. _Tcl., 2S0 Hog.

DOGCART, strong, for Sale". ' Talofa/ Stewnrt-st,

Arncliffe.

ITtOR Sale, Horse, Cart, Harnes», lst-olam order, suit

. hut, run or butcher. Cavan, Sallsbury-rd, Cmpdwn. SALE, stylish R.T. Motor-scat Sulky, only twico uacd,

bargain. 71 Kingston-reí, Kingston._ TVrUNlClPAL COUNCIL OF LANE OOVE.

i.lX Wanted, Ho-sc, Sulky and Ilamt-i, complete, In flrst-clans condition. Owners in the runt place, to submit turnouts to Engineer for inspection. One week's

trial required.

ARTHUR a MARSHALL,

Town Cleric

Town nail, Gore Hill,

March 10, 1016._

-¡yrUNlCll'ALlTY OF RYDE.

AY ANTED to PtJRCTIASE, a BARREL WATER OART,

for Btrcct watering. .

J. PARRY, Town Clerk.

WANTED to Purchase, Tlpdray Turnout, in perm,

work, In good condition, no agents.

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P. 'P., P.O., Annandale.

ANTED to Purchase, first-class Sulky, In good order, to carry three. Full particulars to

A WEDLOCK. Abbotsford, Picton.

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ANTED, a llorsc for Eastern Encampment of Light

llorac' Apply Ensign, Q.P.O., Sydney,

WANTED, the Ixinn of a good Pony for 3 or 0

month«, good home and every cure guaranteed, SHAW BROS., Miller-street, North Sydney,

A.Nl'ED, Sulky, llameas, suit 13-h. Pony. Melford, Chapel-id, opposite Engllnh Church, Bankstown.

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TTO. TO BUY, Light Draught llorac, young, able ' to plough. Stradbroke, Ilurdett-Ht, Hornsby.

ANTED to BUY", Sulky, Horsc,*"ii'ntî riivm., clicap. No dealers. Apply Sunday. 80 Regcnt-st, opp. jL 7ÀNTLD, a Liiiht sce.-hnnd Saddle, moderate price. ' Giro, P.O., Milson'« Point;_ ,

ANTED lo liuy, Pony, names«, and Sulky. Terms about £0._ i-02 Kll_-tt, opp. Railway.

ANTED to Hire, Van Hone, with option of pnr

diaslng. Itoina. Trafulgiir-st, Annandale._

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ter only, 1L2 AVIndsor-st, ['«lillington.

ANTED, strong HACK, about 15 hands, ttme-pay ment. P'ta. dist, piel, tilo. Herald.

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TANTÜD, good, reliable I-lßlit Horse, three-quarter

Vnn, nix. -Unmet«. Palmer. Herald Office.

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'ANTED to Buy, yng, quiet Pony, 14.2, must he

cheip. T. Vi. T., Marrickville P%0._ XTANTED, Market Gaidcner's Spring Van. Stale

whii;o_8een, S. Davlc«,_24 Cannon-st, Petersham. ANTED to IHRE. Van" Horse, week's trial, option purchase ;_no dealers, 3 Ilannam-st, Surry Hills

rANTKb"üuy,'"RELIAHLn PONY, ubôûtT years" 14

hand«, trial req. Parties., 0 Bourke-«t, AVavcr'ley.

ArVT!'iD i.0,"!"' KmK 'r»,r,no"t. view to purchase

Cecil. Falrvlew-Ht, Arncliffe,

AN'IED, Full-stec Von, must he in good condition.

1'ir«. an I prlco,_Fudory, llllcs.st,_j\lexandria. \-\7ANTI:D, Mare, joung, fast, 14 or 15 hands "" 1!

i » Dixon, dillon. Hurivood-rd. BurwoKl. D

¡AD und Worn-out Horse« und Cows hoiighTThTli

"-.~ -_l'_T'L":e'b aros, T" m^Sl DWD HORSES and COWsTlought up to 10/ heid'

Cart« sent nnwrhcre. Connolly. Tel 124 Mam-nt aOOD Paddock, plenty grass, well watered, cattlTfTd'

.?hon_l/(l head weet 3 Thurlow-al^ Revert.

HORSES, VEHICLES.JLIVE STOCK. |

CENTRAL RAILAVÁY BALKYAllDS.^10O"^hiele. ..'¡¡I

Li Harness of every description; 20 lion-is. ornes, and Mares, from £5; Long and Short 11 »y Sulkies, norn

i-Sf .> Hood Sulkies; 3 Hooded pincions, from LI-.

itíbbe-r-t,T! '& Hooded Doui.17.«^ n»«g;.

Village Cans, order Carts, Rakers ^ .>'V.'^'Vn crs' Spring- Girt», Pony Vans, Guard-rail Anns Dialers

vw Ii"lit Fxure'i AVagirons, Furi.i W.isKons, I'.i'in

Dmvs Tixlrnjs Vniber Dru s, Single und Double Lorrie«. I c,V?rs and country orders promptly a tended a DO CIIALYIERS-STRKET, City, top of "."-».1-'

CHURCH SERVICES.

Church of England.

nATHEDRAL CHUncîT" 'OF ST. ANDREYV. (J FIFTH SUNDAY IN P"-«'.

8.16 and 11 a.m., Holy Communion, 10.15, Litany.

11 u.m., Mattins; Anthem, "Come Unto Him.

POACHER: REV. CHAS. CLARK .(CATHEDRAL

STAFF), "The Master's Invitation.

3.30 p.m., Sacred Music-Mendelssohn'» Cantata- As

the luirl Pants öfter the Water Brooks,

Short Address, REV. 0. MACDONNELL, M.A.

(H.M.A.S. TINGIRA). '

6 p.m., Preparation for Easter Communion in Chapter

7 p.m?," Evensong, "With Jesus I AVI11 Watch" (Bach).

r Preacher: lils GRACE THE ARCHBISHOP,

"Pilgrim's Progress, 3,"

FRIDAY, at 4 p.m., "The Story of the Cross."

At 1' p.m., United Intercession Service for Close

of AVur.

THURSDAY, at 7.46 p.m., "The Christian AVay," Rev.

0. H. CLARK.

At 3.30, Annual Service of Mothers' Union.

Preacher, Ker. E. H. Lea (St. Mark's, Darling Point)..

At 11.30 a.m., Women and AVar. Preacher, His

Grace the Archbishop.

At 10 a.m., Holy Communion.

WEDNESDAY', at 1.15 p.m., Missionary Instruction _on "China," Rev. A. J. Priest._'

OHÍUST CHUHCn, S. Laurance (Passion Sunday.).

7.80 and 8.30, Holy Communion; 10.30, Matins; 11, Choral Euchiuist (Mcrcbockc.) and Sermon (Rev. Clive Statham);. 7 p.m.. Litany; 7.16, Evensong and Sermon. Preacher, Rev. N. Tjvey._ HOLY TRINITY, Dulwich Hill.-« and 11, U.C.,

Rev. O. A. Chambers, M.A. Subject: "The King- dom of God." 7.16: Rev. AA'. G. Hilliard, M.A. Sub ject: "Buck Moves." ' AVed., 7.45: Rev. S. Kirkby, B.A. ST. Philip's, Church Hill.-11 a.m., Canon Helling

ham, M.A.; 7.30 p.m., Rcv.'J. F. Chapple, L.TTi. T. CLEMENT'S, Marrlckville.-ll a.111., Rev.

1 Jliighcs; 7.15 p.m., II.OJIcv. E. JTugvvoll, B.A. T. JOHN'S, DARLINGHURST:-Holy' Communion,

8 and II a.m., The Rector, li a.m., 7.15 p.m.

T. PETER'S, off Bourko-st, nr. Wm.-st.-11, Rev..

T. Baker, B.A.; 7.15, 11.0. Rev. S. II. Denman.

ST

T. BARNABAS', George-street AA'est.-8, U.C.; 11

in., and 7sp.m. Canon Chnrltoii._

ST. JOHN'S, Bishopthorpe, Olebe.-Il7 Matins and

U.C., Rev. O. A'. Abram; 7.10, Evensong. I S'

IT. PAUL'S, Redfern.-Services, 11 a.m. and 7 p.i

Preacher. Archdeacon F. B. Boyce.

ST. NICOLAS', Coogee-8 a.m.. U.C.; 11, Rev. W.

Greenwood; 7.16, Rev. A. E. Morris. Solo, " will Arise,' Mr. Thurlow II. Furnier._

8 o'clock, Holy Communion; 11, Morning Prayer and Sermon. Subject: Redemption. 12.15, Holy Com- munion; 7.30, Evening Prayer and Sermon. Song of the Cross, Preacher, the Rev. E. II. .Lee, Rector.

ST. MATTHIAS", PADDINGTON.-Holy Communion,

8 a.m. und 11 a-in. ; 7.15 p.m., Evensong and Ser- mon. Preacher, both services, Rev. S. G. Fielding. Subject: AVItliout Shedding of Blood there is Nothing.

".""MARK'S, - DA"RLING POINT.

ST. CLEMENT'S CHURCH, , MOSMAN.

II. 0., 8 und 11 A.M. ?

11 A.M., MATINS AND SERMON.

PREACHER: THE REV. W. II. CROFT.

7.15 P.M., OHORAL EVENSONG AND SERMON.

PREACHER: THE RECTOR.

Anthem: "To Theo Croat Lord." (Rossini).

TILE REV. CLTVB Y'ARRINGT'ON, M.A., B.D., Rector.

ST. STEPHEN'S, CHATSWOOD.

SPECIAL LENTEN MUSIC.

MARCH 21.-PASSION SUNDAY', 7.15 p.m.

Gouilud's "MESSE SOLENELLE." .

MARCH 28.-PALM SUNDAY', 7.15 p.m.:

Counod's "GALLIA."

.APRIL 2.-GOOD FRIDAY, 7.15 p.m.:

Stainer'« "CRUCIFIXION."

Special Intercession for the War at the Sunday Ser- vices and every Wednesday, S p.m. "Beur'yc

another's burdens."

SïÎ " JOHN'S, PARRAMATTA.

CENTENARY OF THE TOA7EKS.

. SUNDAY*, MARCH 28.

11 a.m.-Unveiling of Cormnoinoiativc Tablet. Preach- er, His Grace, the Archbishop of Sydney, 3 p.m.-Children's Demonstration.

7.15 p.m.-Praise Service, Preacher, the Rector.

Thursday, March 25, 8 p.m.. Lecture In St. John's Hall on "The Towers of St. John," by F. AValker, Esq., Past President, Au». Hist. Soo.

S. JAMES' CHURCH, KINa-STltEET.

S a.111.-Holy Communion.

0 «.m.-CHORAL EUCHARIST AND ADDRESS.

IP a.m.-Congregational Breakfast in S. James' liai].

11 a.m.-Mattins and Sermon.

Preacher, the Rev. AV. F. AVentvvorth-Shcilds, M.A.

3 p.m.-Children's Catechism.

7.15 p.m.-Evensong and Sermon.

Preacher, the Rev. L B. Radford, D.D.

Subject: In the Light of the Cross,

j_(5) Japan and the East._ QjT. THOMAS', NORTH SYDNEY. .,

' SIXTH SUNDAY INLENTI .

8 a.m., Holy Communion '(Ward'of St. Thomas').

7.20 p.m.. Evensong and Sermon.

(Preacher, Rev. J. JONES, B.A.)_

TX/OOLLAHEA, All Saints.-8 a.m., Holy Communion; VY ]1 a.m., Mattins, Litany, and Sermon. Rev. AV. L. Langley. 7.30 p.m., Evensong and Sermon, Rev. AA'. L. Langley._

Presbyterian.

ASHFIELD.-11 a.m., Dr. Gunn, of Futuna; 7.15

p.m., Rev, li. J. II. McGowan._ ANNANDALE HUNTER-BAILLIE.

Sunday-school Anniversary Services continued, 11, 7.15. Over two hundred lingers.

_Preacher, Rev. J. McDowell._ BALMAIN.-Rev. a. Cranston. Harvest FestivaL

Special ? Services, 11 and 7.15._ BONDI.-School of Arts itali, 7.30 p.m.-Sunday _Sdioo!, 3_p.m._Prcaclier, John AA'augh, B.A._

BURWOOD.-St. James' Presbyterian Church. Rev. R. _Scott Av'est. Morning 11, and Evening 7.15.

r vilALMERS CHURCH, near Central" Railway Station, V^' city.-Morning at 11, Rev. O.'H. TALBOT (Rand- wick); evening at 7.15; subject, "St. Patrick: AVho and What wa» lief" Preacher. Rev. P. F. Brandt._

RUMMOYNE.-Rev. S. B. REID, 11 and 7.16; even

ing subject. "Sharing the Cross." Anthem, "ile Uatcrcth the nljl3.__^prgunjiçcitiil,_7 _P_jn__All_wclo. FIEE Presbyterian Church of Australia, St. George's

Church, C'rcagh-st. Rev. AV. M'Donald, 11 and 7. 17IULLKI.TON Memorial Presbyterian Church, Crown

. and Albion sts.-Rev. A. S. C. James. Morn, sub., Not as Man Seeth.' Evg., The Building of House of Life LEICHHARDT.-11 u.m.. "Pray Without Ceasing;"

__ 7.16 p.m., "The Fool's Religion," Rev. Reynolds. MACNEIL MEMORIAL, Denison-strcet, YA'averley.

Rev. T. Morgan, 11 a.in. and 7 p.m._ MOSMAN, Bclmoiit-rd.-Mr. It. G. S. Innes, B.A., _both services. Morning, 11 a.m., Evening, 7.15. I>ËTEUS1ÏAM, Gordon-sU-Rev. G. A. Gordon, B.A.,

? _J1 a.m. und_7,15 p.n_i___ PRESBYTERIAN.-Clcbc, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., Rev.

George Held. ALA._ 35RESI1YTERIAN CHURCH, NEAVTOAVN.

11 u.m., Rev. 0. E. James.

Subject, "Conscience." 7 p.m., Organ Ucolta).

7.15 p.m., Rev. C. E. James.

_Subject, "At the Early Church."_ KOSE BAY.-11, Rev. J. EdwonlB, M.A., "Nothing

but Leaves;" 7.30, Mr. Geo. Lewis._ KANDAA'ICK S.S. Anniversary, 11 and 3, Rev. D. F.

Brandt; 7.15, Rev. O. II. Talbot Magnificent Singing. Special Collections. Everybody heartily

,i elcome.

ST

¡JT. John's, Paddington.-Rev. (I. Chalmers. 11 a,m.,

"Comfort A'e;" 7.15, Belgium Appeal.

T. LUKE'S, Redfern.-Morn., "FeUowshlp," George Lewers; evg^Rcv. J. Edwards, "The Communion." PETER'S CirÙRCII, NORTH"SYDNEY,

Blue's Point-road.

_Rev. A._J.__YVADE, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. T. DAVID'S, Haberfield.-Itev. Angus King.

11, LoarnirR to Live.

7.15. Getting and Giving,

ICOTS CHURCH, . CHURCH-HILL.

near AVynyard-euuare.

11 a.m.-Subject: "The Now Creation."

7"p.m.-Subject: "The King's Feast." Preacher: Rev. ALLAN M'D. MACKILLOP

(Moderator Queensland Prcsbyterv),

ALL CORDIALLY WELCOMED.

S'

T.

Morning Service, 11, "SINGLE-HEARTED SERVICE."

Evening Service, 7,

"ROOTS AND SPRINGS, TREES AND'RIVERS,"

Trcachcr at both Services:

REA'. JOHN FERGUSON._

W^ w

ÖÜLLAHRA PARISH CHURCH.

. Rev. J. S. SCOTT,

11 a-m,, 7.30 p.m._

B'

' Congregational.

DtJLT Deaf Mute Service, PIttst Congregational , School Hall, Rev. J. Henwood Toms, 7 p.m.

OURKE-ST.-Rev. O. Whyte, M.A., 11, 'Water for Soul»;' 7.15. 'Prisoner Reasoning, Judge Trembling' JRvVOOD.-Divine Service, Morning 11, Evening

7.10 (Communion). Rev. J. Dempsey, M.A. /"YHOYDON (Services Resumed in Church).

\J 11 a.m.-Rev. Thoa. Roseby, M.A., LL.D.,

7.15 p.m.-Rev. II. A. Thompson, H.A. Sacred Cantata, "Olivet to Calvary."

Tenor, Mr. S, Lyons; Baritone, Mr. F. Parsons.

DULAYIOH 1HLL.-Rev. A. E. AA'est, 11 n,m. and

7.15 p.m. Church Anniversary. Special Music. YA'cilnesduy, 24th, Ten and rublic Meeting,_

PPÏNG, Sunday Services.-11.10, Rev. K .A. Thomp'

son, H.A.; 7.30. Rev, li. Moore.______

KTELARA.-SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY 8ËÏÏ

A'lCES.-Morning, 11.10, Rev. AV. Cunliffe Jones. Afternoon, 3, Primary Department Demonstration. Evening. 7.30, Rev. A. P. Campbell, H.A.

_ MUSICAL FESTIVAL. TUESDAY. 8 P.M. MT

ASCOT, Botany.-Rev. J. Beckenham. 11 o'clock,

AVImlom Justified: 7 p.m.. Two Extremes.

MOSMAN.-Harvest 'Thanksgiving Services.-At 11,

Mr. A, AV. LAMB; 7.16, Rev. A. II, AUSTIN, M.A. Special Harvest Music nhd Decomtlons. T

N"". " "

EAA'TOWN.-11, Rev. Fred. Priest; 7, Rev. J. J.

WIIHiiirs. "Sons of Empire." (Sankeys.)

SYDNEY'.-.Sundnv School Anniversary, II ami., Rev. W. T. Keiieh; 3 11,111., Rev. J. .1. Willing»

7.16 p.m.. Rev. F. V. J_____TOnK__M.A^_j__pocinl music. 7=iÖBÄNltKläET CONIJRKOATiÖNÄL ClTURCH.

KJ YVOOLLAHRA. '

' Corner Ouccn and Ocean streets,

Preacher, Mr, Herbert, 11 a.m. and 70S p.m.

I CHURCH SERVICES.

PETERSHAM.-At 11, Rev. F. V. DOWLING, M.A.,

Chairman of Congi. Union); at 7.15, Rev. AV. T. .M.H. Arning i-ciiple's Service-"The Home Life of the People": (31 "Lovers."_.

. 'IT-STREET.

.« .LUI. uM.i.i GI: SERVICE.

Rev. Principal Thatcher, M.A., B.D. 7 p.m.. Rev. N. J. COCKS.

"THE PRICE OF VICTORY'."

Music, "Come Unto Me" (Gounod). ' ,

TUESDAY', UNITED INTERCESSION SERVICE,

rtOCKDALE.-Rev. Abbáloñi Deans, B.A. 11, To Know LY_f,\Kl's_\Vill;__7, Transformed._ ["»OSHVÏLLII.-Services, Roseville Hall, Gordon-rd, -"ii 11 n.ni.,_Rev. Gco._C..impbçn_; 7_30 n.rn.. Student.

DEDFERN CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH,

-V Services, 11 a.m.. Rev. A. Rivett; 7.15 p.m., Mr. S. F. Tanner._ CJUMMKK HILL.-11 a.m. and 7.15 p.m., the third or Ö four Iluten sermons on "Perils of PriviljBc.

Preacher: Rev. PERCIVAL AVATSON._ srxñTlTKFIKLD'S"(llcv. A. Rivett), Dovonshlrc:st.-1Í VV Stanley Allen; 7.16. In Merooriniii.? .Harland Martin

¡ZÍAM-ST.-11 and 7.16, Mr. R. VENNING THOMAS._ OOLLA1IRA CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.

11 a.m.-Rev. Professor Harper, D.D.

7.15 p.m.-Rev. G. W. Thatcher, M.A., B.D.

"AViiat Is Religion;" _

W"T w

Methodist.

OENTTtAL METHODIST MISSION,

LYCEUM HALL, PITT-STREET.

11 A.M., FAMILY SERVICE, REV. P. J. STEPHEN. 7 P.M., PEOPLE'S SERVICE, REV. R. J. AVILLIAM3,

Subject: "The Suffering Servant."

Soloist, Mr. A. S. Drinkwater.

LYCEUM; PEOPLE'S OWN, 3 P.M.,

. REA'.! HAROLD AV1IEKN,

Gen. Sec. Methodist, Sunday Scliool DepU,

will speak on the subject,

"THE BOY-WHAT IS HE AVORT1U"

Violinist, Muster AVilllc Houston, Soloist, Master Roy Williams.

Everybody welcome. All seats free.

CONSECRATION SERVICE, Conference Hall, 130

Castlereagh-Btrcet, at 7.30 To-night.

Remember Rev. P. J. ¡stephen's A'alcdlctory Service, _Sunday Week._

OUKKE-ST'.-Methodist Mission. Rev. R. C. Oik loy: li,'Divine Knowledge-; 7.15, Divine ForgivcncsJ LEBE-ED.-11 a.m., Mr. ii. Moss; 7 p.m., ltcv. r J. YA'. Leadley._.

"¡VroSMAN.-H. Rev. JAS. WILSON (of New Zea ?"X lund and Belgian Fund Lecturer), 7.15; M, Reav ley, N. Bay; 11, M. Reavley; 7.15. Rev. It- East.

S1__

SOUTH SYDNEY METHODIST MISSION.

Wesley.-11, Rev. J. E. Carruthers, D.D.,; 7 Hey. Harold AA'heen, Choice Anthems. Mt, Lachlan; 11, Rev. G. II. Hewitt; T. Railway and Tramway Christian Union, Cleveland-street; 11, Rev. G. Thomp- son; 7, Mr. W. Evans, Darlington Church Anniver- sary; 11, Mr. AV. Evans: 3, Rev. G. H. Hewitt; 7, Rev. J. E. Carruthers, D.D._

. Baptist.

ASHFIELD Sunday School Anniversary.-11 a.m..

llev. K. Goodman; 3 p.m.. Rev. AV. Hlglett; 7 p.ni.. Rev. J. Leggatt. Special Singing. Orchestra.

T>APT1ST CHURCH, Petersham.-Rev. Ii. Gawthrop. II X> and 7. Evangelistic Mission, April 11 to 2T. BAPTIST Cb., Bathtirst-st.-Sunday, at 11 a.m. and

1 7 p.m., the Rev. Mr. AVeller, of Quccnslond. £»liilTON-STREET BAPTIST TABERNACLE;

» FORTY-THIRD ANNIVERSARY'. 11,-itEV. N. J. COCKS, M.A. 7.15, REV. AV. LAMB,

"FACING THE FACTS. SOME URGENT PROBLEMS

_CONSIDERED."_ CARLTON BAPTIST.-11 n.rn., Rev. AV. P. Phillip»;

7 ii.iii.. Rev. P. 0. Nail (of Indii)._ TTARR1S-STREET BAPTIST , CHURCH.

SUNDAY'-SCHOOL ANNTVERSA RYi

Preachers: '

'11.-Rev. W. CLEUGH BLACK.

3.-Rev. J. D. MILL.

7.15.-Rev. T.-R. COLEMAN.

MOSMAN.-11 a.m., 2 Peter, 1, 6; 7.15 p.m., Tie _Promised Presence; pastor. Thomas. E. Ashworth.

"XTEWTOAVN BAPTIST, Churoh-at.-11, "A Ministry o' ?^ Tears;" 7, "AVhat Saluts In Glory Speak of."

"Vj". SYDNEY BAPTIST CHURCH,

-Li Crow's Nest, AVlllougby-rd, cor. Emest-st.

Rev. D. Steed, 11 a,m., ADAM.

7.15, YVorklng out Salvation: AVhcnT_

STRICT Baptist Church, O.F. Temple, Nlthsdale-at.

Sabbath, 11 and 7; Thursday, 8 p.m. Mr. Kremlin, STANMORE "BAPTIST CHURCH.

11 a.m. and 7 p.m., Rev. 0. J. TINSLEY. Even- ing subject: "AFTER THE THOUSAND YEARS."

PiiAYBU MEETINGS, 7 und 10 a.m._

Church of Christ.

CHATSWOOD, Y'ictoria-avcnuc, near Archer-street,

11, II. U. Payne; 7, T. Bagley. AH welcome,

rXlTY TEMPLE, Canipbcll-st.-Mr. Horward, 11-7. Kvg. >-*' -'The Imperatives of Jesus.

lJYNMORE TABERNACLE.-11, Alan Price, B.A.; 7,

X1* A. E. Illingworth. "The Ideal Cjiureh.^ Baptisms. ERSKINEVILLE.-11, Mr. Russell, 7; Phliip1 J. Pond,

B.A., "Do Spirits Commuulcato with LlvingT"

"PADDINGTON, Paddington-st,-11, ü. T. ForBCUtt, X B.A. ; 7.16, F. Collins. Sub., New Testament Bap. 1_>KTEHSHAM, Cunnon-Bt.-11 a.m., J. Garden; . 3

p.m., Bible School; 7 p.m., E. M. Poole.

Other Services, Etc

DEUTSCHE KIRCnE, Gotilburn-sf, near Elusbetb-at. _Gottcsdiii'ist, 11 vrorm. ITedlger, Pastor Sehende. A T UNITARIAN CHURCH, HYDE PARK. X1. REV. GEORGE AVALTERS.

11 a.m., The AVer and Modera Materialism.

7.15 p.m., MAN,

THE MAKER OF GODSI "Ye are iiuikers of your gods,

Each day ye break an linage in your shrine, And plant a fairer image where it stood."

A?

ut i«."/« iiu'iL'i um t*uöiiji,-va ui

THE TUEOSOPinCAL SOCIETY.

MR.C. AV. LEADBEATER,

MAN'S PSYCHIC POWERS:-Use and Abuse."

ORDER OF THE STAR IN THE EAST.

A Meeting for Members Only ut 11 a.m.

II.P.B. LODGE, ST. GEORGE'S ' HALL, NEAVTOAVN, .SUNDAY, 7.16, Mit. JOEL COHEN: "THEOSOPHY,

ITS RELATION TO RELIGION."_

A FREE FUBL10 LECTURE, SUNDAY, 7 P.M.

Subject:

"BEYOND THE VALE: IS DEATH THE

GATEWAY INTO LIFE?

SYDNEY CUR1STADELPHIAN ECCLESIA,

_413 Elizabeth-street, near_Devoiisliire-streot, OHATSAVÔOU Theos. Socy.,""Scii. of AriiTSun., 7.30, _"Tile Quest of the Holy Grail," Mr. L. lngamcHs. OHRIST'ADELPHIANS.Mcct at, St. George's Hall, _New town, Breaking of Bread, __n a.m._ alRISTS BRETHREN.-Free Public-Lecture, at

l.O.O.F. Temple, Elisabeth-street, Sunday, 7 p.m. Subject: "Twice Dcnd.'__All inv. Qiics., Ans._ /rniURCH OF'THE~S0N, Wellington Hull,"AVclllngton >-> st, Newtown, Sunday, 8 pTtn. All Christians In vited. Bring Bible. ¡I. Y. TOUZAL1N._

HR1STADELPIHAN (THE "SYDNEY ECCLESLA), REGENT HALL, REGENT-ST, near Central Station, Lecture, Sunday, 7 p.m., by Mr. SAAVELL. . Subject: -)THE.ADVENT OF THE KINO."

EGUVYS UNUEUOL .GYMREIG, Hecliablto Hail.

Cumpbcll-st, near to Elizabeth-si. A'sgol, 3 p.m.: Ocdfa, 7 p.m.; Croesaw cynes 1 Gymry y cylch i gjfartodydd y_r_ uchod. Mr. E. T. Ellis._ T7AIRST OliURCn OF CHRIST SCIENTIST, SYDNEY. JJ- Services at Protestant Hall, Castlercagh.st, city.

SUNDAYS, 11 a.m., 7.15 p.m.

AA'EDNESDAY'S, Testimony Meeting, 8 p.m. SUNDAY SCHOOL, Protestant Hall, 11 a.m.

REA DJNO ROOM, Cha Ills nousc. Martin-plaCc, city. FULL GOS~PEL MISSION, TJ.F.S. Hall, Lane Cove

road,' NORTH SYDNEY. Services, 11 and 7.15, Mr. ii. II. SWAN. At Evening Service: Continuation of Addresses on "The Boole of Revelation," as Inter- preted by the AA'ord of God." Prayer Meeting, 10; Song Service, 7; Intcr-denomtl. Bible School, AVednesday, 8 p.m. ALL AVELCOME._ TV/fETAPITYSiCAL SOCIETY OF N.S.W., 3 Macquarie Í.VJL place, Sydney.-Sunday, 7.15, Dr. AVm. Adams,

M.A., .LUD. . .

_ "Every Man a King."_ "VTEAV CHURCH (commonly called Swedcnborgian), JLN Thomaa-Bt. Haymarket, Morning 11, Mr. J. II. Ball

NEW MASONIC HALL, OASTLEREAGII-STREET.

ADDRESS to CHRISTIANS, 3 p.m.

GOSPEL MEETING, 7.15 p.m.

EASTER MEETINGS.

FRIDAY, APRIL 2nd,' and MONDAY, APRIL 4th:

11 a.m. to 12.Ü0 p.m.: Prayer and Praise. 2 p.m. lo 6 p.m.: Ministry of the AVord.

0.30 p.m. to 8.30 p.m.: Ministry of the AVord.

No Collections.

¡HE CHURCH UNIVERSAL (NEW THOUGHT. _ (Centre of the Higher Thought Movement in Aus- tralia). Sister Ven i Cooper-Mathleson, F.L.L.O., Minister. Sunday Evening Service, 7.15 o'clock, in Hie Truth Centre.Lecture Hull, l.O.O.F. Temple, Ellia beth-strcct, Sydney. EASTER SERIES.-Lecture 3: "LOVE IIANÖS DLEÉDING-TIIE CRUCIFIXION OF THE GOD-MAN." Progressive Thinkers invited. Fub lic AVelcome. Freewill Offerings.

EVF.RY AA15DNESDAY, 8 p.m., Service. Open to, all. _Come. _ iÎTÛA., TO-MORROW, AT 3.15 PM

_ "For God and the Empire," Special Scries of Talks to Young Men, by

AV. CILLANDERS, B.A.

No 3.-"How we nearly lost Liberty, and how we -cgalncd It." Y'oung Mcn_ Spçdallj__^vjted_._ ~TÖ"ÜNä"-WOMEN'S CrfKI'STÎAN ASSOCIATION,

103 OASTLEREAGH-STREET.

SUNDAY SERVICE, 4.30 P.M.

SPEAKER: MISS MCCREDIE.

All Girl» und Young AVoiiien Invited. '

RELIGIOUS AlSllïOïïlWEjffNTS._

,. T Ra«son-chiimlicrs, daily, 11-5. Wednesdays 8. XV Mrs. AVoodlelgh-Taylor._ AT 125 Bedlonrst, Newtown.-Spiritual Service, 7.16.

«Honker. Mr. Honllii. Dilly. 10 till 4.

AT LEIGH HOUSE, 7.15 P.M., SUNDAYS.

SPIRITUAL SCIENTISTS, LOWER HALL.

Lecturer, Rev. L. F. Elnioie. Hub.: "German Culture." JThursdnys^,_CuJ_ivuJlu._cJ_uw_her8._ '\ T WELLINGTON HALL, AVclliiigtoti-strcot, New

X»- town.-"Spirtlual Seekers' Church," Sunday, 7.15 p.m.. Service conducted by Mrs. .1. BENNET, who e\> tends hearty welcome to all. "Solo....Miss jarvis.._ AT 00 Stanmorc-rd.-Spiritualist Services, Sunday, 3,

Mr. Brown ;, address, Mrs. Morrell, Mi-ss.igcs. 7.15 Mrs. Morrell. Weekday», 10-5; Tues., 8; Thursday, S, Mr». Morrell._ , \-HOME OF RATIONAL SPIRITUALISM, LEIGH xY HOUSE, Top Hull. 3.30, Public Circle; 7.30, In memorimn Service by Mrs. Weeks, "A Signal Lowered." Circle, ut close, proving spirit communion. Dully, 10 to 0, Mon., Tues,, Deiiioustr.,_8; TTuirh.,_open___clrclc. A_T"THE LITTLE THEATRE, SUNDAY. 7.30 p.m.""' Xi. .stirring Address by Mrs. A. FOSTEIl-TURNEll:

"IS THERE ANYTHING IN DREAMS?" (Tillmugc).

Spiritual X-lfciy IleiUtli Readings.

Also, Protestant Hull, Monday, 8 p.m. Tickets, fk), Is.

Y Y A:

I EEITGIOÏÏS AITOOTOCEMENTS.

AT HIL SCHOOL 01 Allis SUNDA!

( IIURCH 01- SI 1 I S

3 15 p m OPEN PI ATI OR M "-leilira invited

715pm IICrURl Mis 111)111 (India),

UROIvLN 1 Ulllll MVAH1

Followed by Demonstrations, Jic «Uli,_etc_ AT SO GIINAIORI ROAD" mir I ¡Cerpool street,

Paddington-Mrs PLOI I! (Sita Blni) Dnlv lo om to )30 pm Seance, Fliurs lav 8 pin Clnwti for 'Soul Illumination ' Atondax I Siturdav, 8 p ni

_I RUI II SI I MRS CORD! MIA 1NA1T1D

AT 1 nu 1er s, chu minn i pp ite (.nie Bios-(burch -X of Si IntuVil 1 hilo opln Pris! lint 1 stelle Sun Ida} Meetings "la linpiratit nil S|ikr Misal Ronsi [Circle, Several Mediums 1> I ei ur r I stelle Sub

lett, Angels-«hit An Ihcvf ltndii"s iusliys thunda)» 8 p ni Select Oecult (lusses Mondais I ?atnrd iv s _s_p m_I) ulj_10 s p ni_ BHIITSII SPIRIT! Al M 1( I AU UM (Sidney _linmli) snniliv 11 i ni_I OJÇrrjijrli_i*t_çit_V _ BURTON SI II ipi it 1 ihern ck -Annivcrsirv lea

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tient of Spnitiiil Cifts p irt icul in Mrs llclc Pybus, Lindon 41 GrjsUl slrcct Petcrsbiin Intel views 10 to 5 Siturli}s tucpled_

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The ANNUAL Ml I TING of Subscribers will be bed In the YMCA I ittiirc 11 ill, Pitt st Sidney \r 1 FRIDAY 1 \'I NINO, 21 tb Mar li at 7 30 o eloek

BLSIM'-S

1 Reception of \nnuil I rpoit ind Hilincc sheet

2 l.leetion of Six 1 ellown 1 General

THOMPSON, dural Sccretary_ EASTLR Ml I IINI.S -lince Diys of Pnyor-Gool

1 riduj Satnrdii, und lister Mondiy Inter Denominational Meeting will be Iield under the picea of tie 1 VHIMIISUI 1 rixei Hall of the BAPTIST t Hill» II

T EINSTER II ALI, SPIRITUAL CHURCH MN£fT, J- ST PITIItS-Mrs CRO S-TURNLR LEADfR Berried Fiery Sundav Childrens, Lvceum, 3pm

EVENING, 7 15 o clock 11IURSDAYS, 8 pm.

AVI LCOAH

MRS DUM OP, It Citv road, near George-street

AVest holds Spiritual Meetings Sunday, 7 11 Tuca day and I liurfi la} S p in Class, AVednesday, 8 pm , duly 10 to 0_ TVfRS J BfNNIT, 43 STATION STRFET (few dooli M o(F I nniorc road) hold» REÍ 1NLD SLANÇF MIETINCS EVERY V TDM SDAA at 8 pm * Aa I10AIE 10 to 7 p m Satiirdiy by nppt 3 mday Sec vice, AVcllington Hull, W i lHneton street. Newtown .OITIRSIIAM CONGRfGATlONXL CHUllUI 4- 1 VSTFR CHORAL I ISTIA AL

Thursday March 25 at 8 p m ' Olivet to Calvary'

(Maunder) Sun lay, M ireh 28, nt 3 pm, ' SUbat Aliter (Dvoral ) Simdiv March 28th, at 8 pin, ' ( ruclllxioii (Stainer) (during service)

Soloists, Missel Mibel Batchelor, Nellie Felton Messrs Hirry Nell, I G "4 mil S L}ons S I AVhytc, Ililli Sussmilch Orginist und ( boirm ister, O Venn Barnett, 1-sq Accompinists, Ailsa Aland I erguson, Mih.s_Munol ] une_(Jiolr Sec II Uogus 1 sq_ I50CHF0RU St, I rsluicullt -alinda} 3 ind 7 pm A I eiders Mrs Mel avd n Mr Heaney

PtRlTC Al ISM-hunda} 7 15 Tuesday, Thura

diy 8 Miss Mitcliell, 42 Hopewell st, PadiL_ I ¡SPIRITUAL Sondee, Addre-i Sun 7 15 Tues, S I " Mnl Hughes, 10 AValtcr st1_jAshtlcld___

SPlltllUAl Meeting, 7 !> Sunday 10 to 4 Mondij, ' Mi I" I iv I ni iv_Mrs Ivnulh 0 li ipcr st, Ntxvn i,QPIRirUAL]SM Oil lev lill! Wardillrd, 1> slum-J IO Mil le ter Mis- Twelvetrce leader Ulura 8, 11} delville _\dihson rd_Dill} _10 i _._ SPIRITUAL MirriNGS held Siturdav and Tuesda},

at S pm Daily 0 to 10 Mr and Mrs li 1 LDRIDt.E (Leaders), 50 1 linders street, D lrlinghurst,

Heir Oxforl street

S-PIRirUXIIST NATIONAL UNION

AUBURN-Cosmopolitan li ill Harrow ni sp-ik cn, Mrs Kitty Itn}cs and Mr I I'}bus BURAAOOD School of Arts 7 15 p ni sipe-,^ \t- rwclvetree ItO/iELLf Mechanics liifitltute, Weston rd bpeakcr,

Mr C Hudson

"At Home " Saturd o March 27, at 710 p m , Manchester Unity Hill, 1 nmorc-road. Newtown. Pic Uli to Tile Aviuuc (iQOd Friday_^

rpin piRsoNM, Rnov oi cintisT AAiTii ins X SAINTS DURING I HF MILI 1NMUM-Bible Read ing by Rev I S. AUSIIN, In the 1 WCx II il!. Cas tlcrcac,h_st, Mornhv .»ml at 7 45 C 1 Ardill Cony THE PRESBYTERY OF SYDNEY will meet in the   Church at Botany on the 23rd instant, at 7 30 p. m.  

Business: Petitions from Mascot, 8 p. m., Induction of

Rev. A. J. Carter.

._JOnvlDWARDS Presbyterv_Clirk_ mm, WIVrS ind MOT1II rs of those who have offered X for the front aro speciillv invited to meet for prayer in the Boardroom of the BRITISH «nil TORI ION' BIBLE SOCII n, 242 Pitt street, on I R1DAA Al TI It

NOON, nt 2 30 Also ni) lho«i pnxing women »bo are interested in the welfare of the N it lons at war It

lirger room will be a liourncd to

MEETINGS.

SIXTY SIXTH ANNUAL MLETLNG

NOTICE Is hereby given that the SIXTY SIXTH ANNUAL MfETTNG of the Membcn of th1 Society will be held In the Society s Head Offlec B" Ans, 87 Pitt street, Sydney, at 2 o clock in the afternoon of FRIDAY, 23rd APRIL, 1015, (or the purpose of

1 Receiving tl*3 Report of the Directors on the

business of tile Society for the j car ended

31st December, 1014

2 Electing Two Directors in lieu of the lion

J t AAalker and the lion f f AAinch combe, MLC, who retire in terms of b}law 10, but arc eligible for re election

8 Lltcting an Auditor in lieu of W 11 Perry,

Lsq , f CP A , who retires in terms of by law 28, but is eligible for re election

4 Declaring the amount of divisible surplus for

the year ended Jlst December, 1014

The Bylaws provide that no Mcmbir shall, at the forthcoming Annual Meeiirg, be eligible for election to the position of Director or Auditor unless notice in writing of his being a candidate shall have been given to the Board or to the Secretary at least JO clear da}s previous to such meeting

By order of the Board

' RICHARD TLFCE,

General Manager

Head Office, 87 Pitt street, Sidney,

12th March, 1016

TpLRDRIAU RUBBER COMPANY, LTD

NOTICE is hereby given that the LLEVTNTII ORDI NARY GENERAL MI LT1NG of the Shareholders will be held at the Company's Oillcos, 270 Leorte-btreet, fc}ilne>, oa MONDAI, the -Itlt March, lola, at J pi«

1. To receive the Report of the Directors for the jcar

elided 31st December, 1014

2. To clcLt a Director In the room of Mr Robt

O Dixaon, who retires bv rotation, but is eligible tor re election, and ollera himself uccoidingly 8 To elect Auditors for the ensuing year 4, To consider Directors remuneration

To transact anj other business wlUch may be

brought bcfoio the Attcting In conformity with the

Articles of Association

The Shareholders Register will be closed from the 24th to 30th March both diys inclusive

By order of the Board

270 George-street S}dney, WILLIAM HURI TY,

13th March 1010_ Secretar}

PHIL MA II LU Of 11IF COMPANIES AC!, IB'0,

\M) IN HIL M ATTI R OF THE GUILDFORD FIRL BRICK AND GLAZED BRICK COMPANA, LIMIT Ul), IN LIQUIDATION

NOTIOL is hereby given, in pursuance ot Section 141 of the Companion Act, 18110, that a GENERAL Ml,! UNG of (he Members of tho abovenamed Com l«ii} will bo held at 203 George-street, b}dney, on MONUAA, the 20th day ot April, 1015, at 11 ocloet In the forenoon, for the purpose of having au account laid before Hiern showing th« manner in which tilt.

winding up has been conducted and the propert} of the Comiun} ili'po ed of, and of btaritig an} e\,l i

nation that niav be given bv the Liquidator, and ulsi of determining b} extraordinary resolution tin i

j ner m wliieli the books, accounts, and documents of the Company, and of the Liquidator thereof, shall be

disposed of

Dated this 10th dav of March, 1015

_H B T A MILSON Liquid itor

UNICIPALHY Or AVAAIRIIA

BLLGIAN I UND

ompliinco with the resolutions pissed at the meeting held at the Town Hall, S}dncy, on the

inst , which was convened by the lion the Premier,

purpose of devising means for Tilslng funds relief of ti« BeighT, I hercbj convene a PUBLIC MFI TING, to be held in the Council elnni

bera Waverley on 1UISDAY NEXT, the 2.ird inst , at 8 pin with a view to arranging for the Colic

tim, of ninda in this dl'trlet

The members of the various Recreation Clubs, Rifle Clubs, and the Progrc-s Association are cordnll} n

vited to lend their support

1 BARR ACT Urr, Major Council chambers, A\ averie),

ISth Mirth lili"

M

Hall, on SATURD A\ Nt \I «Olli mst at Bp m

Business Minutes Motions or which due notice bis been given Loneral or Special Iliisine's

iJíi ,»¡?VB Wr!" be '°"MV( ' bv, X SPI rIAI GFN> "AL Ml f 1 INO Butane« Pro osed amendment« uf Rnie3 Cli les" Lmotvpe and other T}Pe setting Mach ne

Financial members onlv B} order

S ¿TäAy,nn,nrl' President ____?... '_' A "Rix Secretary

Jyj-UMCITALITY _OI_ 1 RSlxlNLA II Lr

NATIONAL liri OÍAN RELI) V I UND

À 1'!.,,"H,C MriTTNO of the residents of (he I rskine Ho District is convened for TU1_I)AY, 23rd March, it the Council clumbers, 1 rskmeville road, 1 rskine '¡Ile, at 8 pin for the purpo e of considering wiy« ind means ot assisting the National Bel g1 m Relief

AA M ROBINSON,

Council chambers Mayor of 1 ni ¡neville

_Lrskincville 12th March, 1015

xlCIPALlTY OF MWHMN

Bl I GIAN 1 UND

.. PITBIIO Ani-lIN-a will he hell In the TOWN HALI.MAVTOWN on MONDAN NLXT, >?>" I Ins!: at S pm . for the purpo e nf forininc, n Local Committee to assist m raising funds for tile relief of distressed

Belgians

The attendance ind n'Blstanrc of the Ladies in this dcacrvinr cause is specially invited

1 RANK Ii AMI 11 LD. J P

rn Hall Newtown Maror

17th M ireh lill _ MV°T

viciPAi ITA oT~ ÍH¡-co-frr

III LU F OI Bl I GUNS

PUnilC MEETING wIlTTThelil |" the Glebe Town Hall on MOND« >«,"! xiirel, ", 8 "ni to fonim late a scheme to n«M«t the Inn Belguns

All willing to assist nro specialli invited to nlteml

SI COI!

_Mav or JM1^"

PUBLIC NOTICES

_(Conthuiod from P-tgo 21 )

liUBI IO Cautioned hj therTÍWlüsTTT^ke""-^

¡iciíai-v'^ lll'rw00'1 Diatriet Irlendl} Kicaet} a Di«

T A\miDIUA\ my Property Ut 14, sect. 1, nñ

heath estate from all agents

C, REDMAN, n Palace-ut, Petersham.

FURNITURE, ETC.

_(Continued from Page IO )_ ITtUIINiiURI 1 mid Cottage 'or Sale Oak dining

. Tibie bulol oard. Chairs, etc Bedroom YValnut Double Wirdrobe, AVuslistnnd, Comb Chest, Clairs 1 Double, i S ijc Heils Ivnchen iuniitnre, utensils, troeler,, all linoleums Complete £32 or sell sop l_otti"c rent ii optioul_Householder, JIa_miun_P_0 ijTTl "Specialise in-lloma hold I uniinire and piy \Y spot Cash for am think 11 MANUEL, Auc tionei i IPI King stielt, Nevvtovvn Phone L 1200

DON T S II ,our 1 III nunn to jiijonc until you get

my price I' ALAVUI I, Auctioneer, "Ml King ' '11°' Newtown Phone_I 1 ntl__ "T7WR Silo (Oinpletc Li tug 1 nriiiturc, pnv people X tenus urrgd 1 rkeric, lier Tree ivenllc It wick

M1

ODLRN Oil Bedi mm Sute, »board, hallst-ind,

Manul ii rd Sniimon

"IJIOlt Silo, I well furn Be Irooini, oak ncarlj ne«

11 Mona rd Darling Pt

LADA giving up houscl coping, v ill Sell ncarl, new

lurnitiire Carpets, ( roel crv, etc, of 4 roouio, 1 Hellen eti , for £00 no agents

_V ¿1 Post ofllce. Manly

ÖTSL of 11 rms, solid oik lurnitiire, splcñdüi

piano, all nude to older Heard Watsoru, cost

ii) . Take £T7J Can have house

SMITH No 117 1 in.t I loor. 82 Pitt street___

Jl DROOAl ind Dinmr Room 1 iirnitiiro spcailities

Oak Walnut C 1 urssbcrg 78 William st, city

best

I7lUHNIIbKi\ variotJ, and quain, tin best tenus

2_tin i must it C .vurs-,bcrgs,J;S_WilIiaiil-st, city riYIII I lirniturc an I I fleets^ of a 5 "«d_ .cottage,

O F

ovvner_ lcjung_S,dncy_01 Alice st, Newtown

Ah-Dining room, maple Bedroom Suite 821 Ne

Cintcrbur, rd, Dulwich llill_

IIURNISIILNC of o nns clean, if sold today no

reasonable offer refus -d -0 Osborne rd, Alanlv

PUBnC_COMPANIES._

T~HE AUSTRALIAN BANK 01 COMAITRCE,

LLAIULD

(Regislired loo1) under the Companies Act)

AUTHORIbl D CAPITAL . £2,000,GU) btlllSLItlliri) . . £1,198 07) PAID UP (31st December, 1014) . ... £l,lil5,)91 I LSI RAI I UND . £55,000

111 AD OI HCIs Gooroc and lung streets, Sjdnoy IOND0N OI HCt I hing AVilliam street, EC

DIRECTORS Sir YYIllioin P Manning, Kt., Chairman,

(?cul gc I bl,, Itq, ILD, Alurk Sheldon Fsq

Arthur S Birton rsq , Frank N Yarwood, Esq , Herbert II Ly»aghl, I-sq

Branches throughout Ne» South Wales and Queensland

Agencies throughout the Australian Commonwealth, New Zealand, und all the principal towns of the world

C M C SHANNON General Manager

MOTOR CARS, BICYCLES, ETC.

"V.0RD CARS- Betöre buying elfo-Uiero, call, Inspect

? sio I Bradley Bros 1>>1 Miss"ndcn rd, Camiidn IjAOllD C Ait G s-eater, spion order any trial, otter 11 want d lindley Bro K11 Missenden rd Campdn TtORJ) Car, Awuriliau torpedo bod, point grey, Beat

"'-g«, £170 Bradley Bros , Missenden rdr Cdn

F

Bros l61 Afisscndcn rd, Cdn FilOHD, Ú seller boÍjr7 4 doors, hood win screen, L £2" »ridley lim KM Aluscndcn rd Camp down TVOIfD I AltTh- Urgu stoel of 2nd hand lord Parts

Braille, Hi us Hil Missenden rd Camperdown

IZ)AIK Brie! els for holiling lord spire t,rc cheap,

_-__ Ills Undi v Bros, lol Alisniidcn rd Camperdown

W~HtL Wheels set of 4, llao gc ir box, £8, buit cycle]

cir Bridle, Bros Missenden rd, Tjampcrdovyn MAGNETOS, twin cyl , high tension, 15 de« ~ £3

10» olb is. Unidle, Brus, Missenden rd O down .JADÍA I ORS- liolsutc, splindld order, £8 Talbot, -V £" Hrarilr, liros ,161 Alis-cndcnrd Camperdown 31AI ION A HY I usine, ¿i li p , £14 complete with 3_ magneto Bridle, Jiros Missenden rd, Camp down. ^L carr, kir^e slocl~Motor Acccssorus new, 2nd h_,

all cheap Bridle, Bros , Iel Mutende ' " DUUt.LVa MOTOR CACHS again score over all

other competitors twelve Jj h p DOUGLAS Alotor C,clcs-all that were available-have been slip plied to the order or the Australian Gaslight Com jim, A\e jre now booking orders for deliver, m vo ii oi lils, ino only .J li p Models available MIL LLDGL BROS, 1TD, 11 0>A Murkcts Agenta for II S.A. SUMJI AM, anl AJb Sole belling AgcnU f r all tint area wubin 60 «ules of the GPO for DOUGLAS AIOr0R_CACLJ¡J_. rpill. IRIS MOTOR OYCLiril, Al £48, X Hie Cheapest Practical Proposition on the market

Coda,

Positively Reliable

, Light and Lasy to Huidle AAeight 1001b

GUARANTIED TO CLIMB ANY HILL

Designed and Built b,

J AV EMPSON,

North Sydnc, Ring Telephone, 1300

Have Demonstration

M

OTOI!, MOTOR

AVANTED to PURCHASF, at once, 210 V. COM POUND or SHUNT YVOUND, 2j to S3 BHP, vvjtb

STARTER.

Apply hy letter, urgent,

IL S kENNEDY,

GFORGE HUDSON and SON, LTD ,

Timber Merchants,

Blackwattle Bay,

_G libo

ADVI RTlstva is to business what steam is to ma

chinery-the grand propelling power. Traders, the Cyclists YIecca £5/10/, £0/10/, £7/10/ List free Cheapest repairers In Sydney 300 Covers 7/0, Tubes 4/, Oceanic 12/, Duulopji £11_liáien 6/0 7/ 04 Geo -lit AV ENGLISH CAR, YVoodrow, suigle-seatcr, bargain,

£110

_'Phoni, Chatswood 1303 w

ejl\ 11 P /hNiril and bide Car lor bale, together i

r~ separate 1 or particulars apply DUNLOP 187 Mllit in rojil, Ncutial Hay Phone, Yrosmqn 187

MOTOR CAR, 80 lip, 5 se iter Hoch niigneto, new

speedometer 2 new tyres 1 verytlung m first

cli-ss order

A Gil T, £215

_hi FN, Y Ictona-street Burwood

3TAR CAR, torpedo bod,, up to date, 6 se iter, 20

h p , good hill-chmber, the» p, cash or tinns

Mbro-J a, Liverpool road Strithflelil

E1

LM.C, latest model, 4 li p , nearly new, hide ear

machine, customer must sell, Cash or terms

52 al Bl, street,

_near Craco >

M C , 3¿ h p , pciiect ruunir-g order, lool s ii kc

new

LARM ,

r)°'ii Til,-street, neir Grace Bros

I ANFY AIAGNITO, le,lmdcr, £3 K AV Single

II T , £1/10/ Lo« Tension h AV , £7

_2 £> Oxiord btreet, AVoolbllira

01X311 BODY, seat J, beautiful iörpedo, off Napier

car, almost ne«, £22 MAY BROS, 499 Pi matta raid, 11 lehliardt_ BUItNl CHAbolb, Ovirland Car, latest model, only

in lise » months, Dvnanio and Motor Lighting mid bttrting in tood order, pain*- on chassis onl, blistered, a snap, £M M AY BROS , jot) Parruinattii rd, L hardt .1711 AT CHASSIS, 10 h p, Bo a.h Magneto, all T, res in X good order, 1 uguie m good liinniiif, oidci, £lu MAY BROS, 4S19 ParrimatU road I clehhurdt _

Din I HIN TI ALS, GLAR Will ILS Steering Gear

Iront \xlus, Stub Wies, Umvcrcal lomts, Dlsi Clutches Sundi les of nil Kinds le s hilf pnce Afn, B CARS I Olí lllltl -Re ¡able, coulton Ihli, Well equip

peel ROOMA fOUHINi CAR, e,ood dm IT Apply J O SAH III SSO 1 ilruiiatl i road I etcrsh mi 'lilc»e, 010 l'c tersllam_

l-l S A , Jj h p I'hillii son I uiicy. nil spans, Lamp, JJ £lj lilollnh I), 2 poed lountir hlluft, oppos

ii eng, £00, cost £j0, Jip, 4 Ii p , llrst c ass order,

\ I A\ 1 AfPS-ON,

Iel, jnm, North Sjdmv_I ulcou street

"OHLS1I RUNABOUT, just overhauled, Bosch nûj -"-J1 neto bool, serien, lan ps lill tools spare tvres tubes, trial Price i«i kensington Alotor Garage,

Dariingjitroct, long Biy ti nu_"

CJIEIDWIIL BiKc, Dunlop tyres, Ladle free wheel, »--l Kuar, ¿i 10s, also (brand new) Impress Hike, cost U, will tiKc £7 28 Peieivulrcod, Stniiniore

IJRAIJBUItA 4 lip, 2-specd, tree engine, Bcwch f-r iiujf, lump, fecn, mid co ich built side air, pel fict order, t_o_ol_<_ J_£_j__ev_jjli!_\l>_rtlc st, btanmori

li"011 ^}lA . ReniuH Cabiiolot, fawn cloth triiiuu *- ""I h. Iltiingv, p<if order iel, ] dge 4)0

KTOR Silt. i h j, Twin Alotor Cjcle, goo.1 order, L _elie.ip_ Afte^,_C__nnt.,J_h^ln(_Cornntojt, Five D. MOIOR mm cheap, good condition, pri/c vvInner

22 lohn st AAoollahri

T7-0R S Al I, tj Tnuinpli Alotor Cicle, in rum

X order 1 imp etc £'0 111 Alhinj rd, Sttnmoi..

1 CtpriTDOnn 4 cjlmder, magneto, In good order, £3 ^.f CLI AHNTa and SVND1 IIS0N Parramatt i

roid, Strathflol I Plione "S. nurnoo I

Ev

aita i

ri\\U NTA SIX II p bilcut ivnit,hl Aluurvu Carburettor, X I iii st (jipe £T 10s I V P , niitoinitlc carburettor, ti 1 , 16 li n Amae I iriiurettor £1 s 1 ord kingston Carbuntloi Is "lip Itiylleld L lbtu->tlor £1

l'hp C, \ Stoeivir Cj-burett. r £t CLIMINTSanl SVNDirSQN p mitti rl ^-li ithlli bl Pli 281 Dur BARI. AH) 1110 lonplii with stum v »he' ii

MHilirdor £1"! C1 I All N 1-3 Ui I s \ND1 I SON Parran illa road Stntliflel I Pimm _SI I urvvooil

NJ

rfYAVO new OuK Tool or Aceuinul itor Boxes und one

X steel one, to fit on btep 15s und 7s Oil Clements and Sanderson Pmitte'd Strathfield 1 231 Hurvvil

^1011 CYCLE, Hh p , biioedwell, late model, ?*,

new, fully equipped, must sell, £3J

_No li Morgan street, Petersham

FOR SAH, 20-h p MOTOR CAR, excellent con litlon

scut six new hool, tyres won PC test, trial i te Tel, 30 I dge 117 Queen street Wooli ihru_

SAI I, IJ h P ROA Ht M C 3 speeds 11 or c\

ehanfcc for 0 twin and sidecar _jy difference

_11 Piper stre t, Anmndalc

CIHAl' Biles from £2 10s up, thur overhauled

_Sundries Ilepujrs ctc_I A Palmer 44 Ten st AV LATr AIODIL, 3J, NLAA UUÜSO.N, A speed flirtTiass

order, £40, terms arrange I

_UUDsON BROS Auburn

LIGHT MOTOR I ORRA l8 20 li p 67 (TiiiSoliTt

'ii'1'T'"_ LADY S BICYCII eost £Ï2 10s, sell £1 's CÔTnêr

Milton and Colendre sts off I lill hi leichhardt 1JTCACI1 Ixidv s, nel r been liddell, b st oilei to

» cleij^ lu Hubert st lykhliardt _ _

Bb A AUS'lltVL Blkl nearly new, bargain, JuTïtS"

-M P nutt i rd leur Ii Illiston st Peu n- h ? ???

I T'Oit bAII Ilandsoinc T7 li p Hudwm MO IX, It CAH

1011 Alodel s< If starter electne liglit, equal to new, an, trial riven Apply

_ __'08 1 nmore loaj 1 iiinorc

EIGHT II P WOW1Y HUNABOU1, Bosch mâiiciô,

W iml P i irburt tei windscreen, j iel lamps £ 10. or ca h lor IKT car Al non I ,uns rd I) mo,ne.

/-XONTINLNTAL CAR, 10 _0 horbc powel, "tôiiring XJ lud,, 5 wire wheels full cqlilpucnt, good tjres um 20011 miles To be inspected at Yfinsions Garage, kellittjmt Darlinghurst No ugeiiUs

I7I0R SALL ilegal Lndcndung CAR, in (,ood ofticr

nil uppoiranei electric light , new t,rts speetlo ineter /enith t-irburetter, latest Bosch magneto, spare tovers and tube, itc _2 Marriott sir«t Redfirn mitAArLLl RS AI01OR CAR, rtiTFYT;-1 IUTHII J- nu , MI first rliH-, ordir, iltte.l willi s,nnpl. 1 o\, fully equipped, £100 281 Oviord street, Woollahra neu Tlot, li Innot jon Telephone If A\ iverlev

TjA0R""S\LI 5 souter 1 ngllsh Touring Car, all ncres X sories in first class condition, owner leaving Stite. Bargain, £200. 23 Wemyss st, MMLlo, 'Plu. 200 l-'aluinl

MOTOS. CAES, BICYCLES, ETC.

jTTOTOR CYCLES. _ MOTOR CYCLES.

TURNER BROS., Solo Agents for the ArieL

TURNER BROS., Sole Agents (or the Ilumber. TURNER BROS., Solo Agents for the Veloce.

TURNER BROS., Motor Cycles, with J.A.P. engines, TURNER BROrf. give long extended tonna.

TURNER BROS., Side Cars, Coach Built of Cane.

B1CYCLKS. BICYCLEa

TURNER BROS. Sell New Bicycles from £0/10/.

TURNER BROS., Bicycle Contractors to Common-

wealth Government.

Post Catalogues to any address free. Require Motor C)Cle and Bicycle

Agents.

TURNER BROS., For Motor Cycles or Bicycle Sun TLil.NER BROS., dries.

TURNER BROS. Repair Motor Cycles or -¡cycles, TURNER BROS., any make.

TI RNEIt BROS. Take Second-hand Motors or Bl TUHNI.lt BROS., cycles as l'ait Payment.

TURNER BROS., Open till 10 o'clock Friday Night.

NOTE.

TURNER BROS, have Removed from King-st, Newtown,'

to SHOWROOMS, 30J OLOROE-ST, SYDNEY. .

kOUGLAS MOTOR CYCLES.

Sj-Û H.P. SIDE-CAR MACHINES.

3 Speeds Arriving.

23-i H.P. SOLO MACHINES.

2 mid 3 Speeds Arriving.

BOOK NOW AND SECURE DELIVERY.

Sole Agents, N.S. AVALES and QUEENSLAND: '";

Messrs. WILLIAMS BROS.,

41 Campbell-street,

. ? SYDNEY.

Metropolitan Selling, Agents: ilcssis. MILLEDGE BROS.,

11 Q. V. Markets, \

Qcorge-streot,

SYDNEY.

AT EASTER,

Mind you CaU and See

THE COEY 18-n.P. LIGHT CAR,

4-cyl., 3 speeds and reverse, centre control, H.T. ni.igucto, sliaft drive, 00-inch wheel base, 50-inch'

.track, well sprung, and comfortable.

PRICE, £175, COMPLETE

(Cash or Terms),

Including Hood, Wind Shield, Speedometer, Acetylene

Lumps, Horn, Clock, Jack,' Pump, and Tools.

MACLUROAN and LANE, ,

0 Loftus-strcet, city,

Agents for Cocy. and G.AV.K. Cars.

"PRECISION,, 41. and SIDE CAR, £46.

A- HUNTER, 3¿, take two anywhere, £25. '

TWIN MINERVA, fl-h.p., good and sound, £29. L.M.O., low 'frame, baigain, £20. SIDE OAKS, from £3/10/.

SILAS EDWORTHY,

_'544 Parramatta-road, Petersham,

TNDIAN MOTOCYCLES.

X We have a few Second-hand 7-h.p. Indians lcft> with us to Sell for Clients who hav'e booked fqr the" three-speed Big Indian.

INDIAN MOTOCYCLE CO., ; 'Phone: 227S_City._ __?_ 215 Elizabeth-street, c S" ECOND-HAND" TYRES, and rUBBS," any kir.e, all '

guaranteed mileage, T)rcs and Tubes, also Pro-. teetora, for . Sale. Repaired work guaranteed. Old ; Tyics, Tubes, and Accessories bought. We> defy coin-" petition in both buying und selling. Absolutely ]ar<

gest S.U. Tyre AVar.chouse in State. Lorgc stuc'is <ar- , ried. When In Tyre Dillleultics, ring Randwick U5S."

CUHOTTA RUBBER CO., 1Ü3A C'rcagh-st. City 3t70.-" E" XCHANGE for good property or land, .Mulor Car;'

in thoiough order, beautifully appointed, fuH,

torpedo, tapered bonnet, Bosch Ign. teat vfl; also' 2*-' folding seats, 4 new 3-rlb. Cont. tyres; any trial or export cxamination. Price £425. Car on view and trial.',

MAY BROS.' GARAGE, -

_400 P.irr,imatta-road, Lcichliardt. ' >

"TJ10R SALE, 12-II.P. 3-SEATÉR RUNABOUT, 4-cyl., " X? Bosch mag., Zenith carb., run 7000, late model, , and fully equipped. Cost £380. Price, £200.

'Phone. Ash. 532._, ___' EENAULT, 12/10, 4-cyL, excel, cond., daily use, 1

door, comfort, body; cost £750; sell £250. Inspect [ Saturday and Sunday, 8-11. San Talmo, Malvern-". avenue, Croydon; or appolntm. 'Phone, Burwood 32L PEERLESS ROAD RACER, U.S.A. pattern, flltingä,

lamp'complete, in use 4 months, cost 10 guine-is, sell £7 10s. Mr. HACK,

_Bon Marche, Gcorgc-strcet AVest.

OVERSEAS MOTOR CYCLES, 0-h.p. J.A.P. engines,

three speeds, free engine, large tanks, footboards, etc., good for side-car work, £85.

ELLIOTT'S CYCLE WORKS, 02 Oxford-st, Paddington.

F YOU WANT any part "of a CAR, second-hand

Cycle Cars, all parts Engines, call at

_ 15 Thompson-street, Dnirmnoyne,

TIWÍÑ J.A.P., 0-h.p., 1914 Model, '¿"speeds, free _»?

gine, £7U. F. Fariuan, 112 Gcorgc-st West.

F.N. MOTOR CYCLE, 2L perfect order, must sell,.

trial given, £25 or oller.

_47 Wigram-road, Clcbc Point.

STAR, 10-1Ü, Single-seater, perfect order, scH ofl

tern-, or give same as deposit on up-to-dato 4

Seatcr.

21 Alfred-stTeet. North Sydney.

_WTlo_h~a_gñclo, latest waterproof type, 4-cyiT_

sell chrap. 4'.):', (»mrgi'-st. city.

N;

F°!

R SALE, 3j MOTOR CYCLE, 3 speed. Le^ as new, very little used.

TAYLOR, Ferricr-strect, near Rockdale Station.

T7AORD Cor, 5-seatcr, aH aecca., 1911 model, guaran 1 JJ ti'cd Ist-chua order. Lasca, Cu-low-st, N. Sydney.

TPPROVED Single-seater CAR Ix.inted, in exchango L. for good sei'liutv, weekly payments. Particulars, _ Q. T., P.O., Drummoyne.

~\i\ OTOR Cars bought, sold, exchanged, or onytb-ig XTX you like. May Ero v., Leichhardt. _ NEW HUDSON, J-h.p., three-speed, free engine,

in perfect condition. L. WHEELER, Aberdare, Uivcrpool-roail, StrqthHeld._ rPRlUMPiI, 1013", 3-sperd, and F.E., lamp, horn, X tools, spares, almost now, £JS. Excelsior Tlotel, Bridge-road, Glebe._ rtLYNO. Lightweights, 2-spced, free engine, lingland'l *- proved liest, 2 Btroke; also 5-11 (,'lyno Royal L'n. Held, S or 0 h.p.: new »lévelo,, If. LO. 407 Pitt-st.

LlylJAlS, 14-ll.p.,

- owner must sell.

KENAULT, 0/10-Ii.p., in perfect order, tyres good,'

all tools and apares, any trial,, "Î50, or offer; ' seen any tillie. 05 Hubert-street. Leichhardt._

EW FORD Runabout Body, never used, cheap.

NcUcr's Body Works, P'inntlu-viL L'hardt. Pet. 051'

TAR CART 15-h~p.7"Sin"gle-seatcr. £220. Hajiuarkél

1 Garage, Dlxon-st, Haynmrkct. _.

_SF

QIDE CAR and Twin MOTOR, £35, or separate, musl '** sell, best offer: Saturday or Sunday.

^_2A_Yaralla-street, Newtown.

riTWÏN IIUMBER, very fast, "good"hill climber, _2V X 10a. IN GOOD ORDER.

_10 UiMttle-strect, Balmain.

SACRIFICE, late moilel L.M.Ç. Motor OA'CLE, all"'

accès., and in perfect order,' £30, or offer; owner lins car. « Clarke's Dalry, Bondi._ MOTOR Joally, IScvvi. peitect, £00: Auto Carrier,

light du.ivury, costs jil mile. Tel., 475 AVm.-st.

DEACO . Light Outfit, dynamo," tl-volt accumulator,

uctil. tail lights, -lfi. May Bros.. Leichhardt. ". 2 GEAR BOX, as new and complete, with change speed

lèvera, ouadrant, etc., 4 speeds and leverse, £15. J1 AY BROTHERS. Leichhardt._;

Tl/TAONiiTO, singlo c.vl., suit motor cycle, bargain.

,-!- '__i. Mav l'rrj... 4T) fYi-ranialta-rd, Ldotihardt

MEt HANI« will" ovci!mtiï"i'itiil îcpalr" Cars at ow-7

nee'« svtage, wmk gum ant ted. 'Phone, AVav. 020.

CJINGLE-SKATER .STAR CAR. Bargain price.

O AV. Sandton). Ltd., 107-11.1 Cruvvn-st.

MOTOR CAR, best Continental make, 5-senter, £00.

Roy W. Sandfoid, Ltd., 107-113 Crowu-st.

KENAULT, Single-seater, ilrst-elass onler. Roy W,

? Sandford, Ltd., 1 OMI3 Crown-st.

A" _

IN Motor Cycle and hide Cn, 6-0 h.p., jap., new, free engine, clutch, counter shaft, 3-speed, very Uno combination. £"00. Tonner. 51 Ellz.-st city. 8083. SIX 1LP. N.S.U. and Side Car, ncirly new; a bar

gain, Alplioiwo Brown, aid Pitt-st.

WANTED, Becond-hand CAR, perfect order, roomy,

for hire wolli. Terms/condition, full particular».

_;_ Zenith,' Ileiahl Ofllce._

TSMNTEI) to Buy, scconrl-litiml Empire, 20 or 31 r V Ilitpniobilc, any coniiitlin, but must he eheap. IMce_jiiid_particularsJo__MHUl', Hmalil._ VT7-AÑTED, ' to exchange 5-seatei Ford, In good order » > and condition, for small Single-seater Car. J. Gilbert. Tnvlor-r.t. Piuinmatt«._ WANTED to LEASE for short period, a small tvvo

scilter CAR. or CYCLE t'Ait, liest refeicnces and guarantees. Apply, utnllng price pel weck, 82.'!, Herald. WANTED EXC1 LANCE, FiftTt-clísn MO I OR CYCLE,

pi'ifcet order, as part or full pn.vinent for sninll Car. particulars bv letter.

CUAS. RUSH. 70 lll.iwan.i-in.id. Marrickville.

Motor LMr, S to 12 h.p., low priée, good

'?-'.'-?'?- '- "nrnns. Herald.

WA__

«ABOUT wtd., e.\e'li.ili|,e Lund, Cm«

_£14", J^W_.JK.._.Siilg.'l. Heniii ?;. lloivling-'st^Arm WANTED, üooií -A\ or 0-h.p. Muter Cycle, for cash"

Write full palliC'iilal_s._Alcx._AVillfliigliby P,0

WAA^ÍA^,Í:^;Í;,.0' ov<"--oT1^

WAiio

to (It t'lialmcis Chas:

WANTED, MOTOR CYCLE, ivitlt ol' williout"Sidecar: _ IMiti.lil.il i. lot'.lilion. i5ire._F_T^_1." Herald.

WANTED, fcc'iuinl-lund 5 sell. I l ,ir. on tenus, ¿50

ib-posiL .uni _Hi innntli. ST,, Ib'nhl.

WANTED, "Steam Huiler" nn'd "Engine, mirSf "motor

_c.ir,_iiiust be_cbeiip._ Frost, M.irshall-st, Kogarah. EXCIÍANOU"Marino Engine, 0-h.p., fur Motor Blke7 _in nr out ot repair, li trgiin. __41_Forirth-st, Glebe. \\7ANTUD. FORO t'lî\ts.'is, ,'" or nut of repair. A >_Stilto |irie_e_.ind po.1 Iii iil.us jo_Forehiis, Herald.

\T7AÎJTi:tl, Engine for Cycle Car, air or wati'T^oohX >> linv powc, or Atoh't I .x i li', must be cheap.

_._.._Tj_Xtioin|^-on-^tr^et,_ Dnmimoyne.

WANTED, >!.('., 2 spcyiís, "lite model. L'.ish price

».id ililli,.. ll.ims.'Uiihv,iv-|iu.iile. Liileombe

WANTED, dillnug

_nu. 'el. símil,, t. .

WANTED, nilxH, free wheel, Royal Rpmiwëïl""prefî

I'" tam v PI ».. s. C. AV. L., ]lnv 1020. G PO

J- '^m'f .niB'i " T"1?» l'."',T",e,A',M' «l,l'0"í'»T3Í_cÍlÍri7,

WANTED, a sSoTid-lKiTiiriiK'VCÎ^nTtist bo cheaii"

W. lliiilson, Auburn.

vy-ANTED, il KO/120 Mofor'ÇmvKrre^nâh-i-c-^uTn

' 1 mod order: also, 5 ,1J0/1"I). Motor, Heñid.

W'VÍ.'rF'" ,.to ;'">.. "n up-to-date TaïiTilmilutte t^af

Silent Knight engine pref. Apply lill, a.P.O.

EXCHANGE 1 aexe, I'm ntinknlnwii »fn'tionr"fôt

car, in, ont order. 1 Oiitle.v-rd, Paddington.

'(Continued on noxt Pago.) '.

MOTOR CARS, BICYCLES,, ETC.

_(Continued (rom i'ago 3 )

COUNTRY MOlOll GARAGE PROPI1IF,TORS.

AAhcn ,ou require new parts for any make uf Car, SEND TO US. Ue baie eveM,tlonal ,acililli« <o! liuhuig high-grade gean for dilli-.i'iilial gear, bevei eli ive», steiiing qununiiiis, umina sun, gear boves sprocket wiieels, (¡rindiiia ei.u KoV.au., lenielulliiie, lu i lings, vvcnlmg brown ¡uri», inaKii g new ciank

sbifu,, avie;., etc.

tars 01 part» consigned to us taken delivery of trom rail or boat, and returned without delay.

Ill«1 LSI GRADI. AvORIvMA.NSIIIP.

SPECIAL PRICES TO THE TRADE.

II1PS1 EY and AVADDELL, LTD., Motor Car and General J: inducen,

_'"-7 PM.VFR.STREEr. ¡-AUXEY._ PAVE THE CARBON CLEANED OUT OF YOUR vu j ., . . , «LINDERS. YVe do this by the

»M,* < .i. . oxvOEN PROCESS,

¿n" i,». . c iaU'st Qnd B'"'P-csi nie'bod It takes just one l,o"r. and costs only a tew shillings.

SL*»»1*'! ».". "'.'<; raccpt the valve caps. WILL IMPROVE THE RUNNING OF YOUR OAR

"" 60 PER CENT.

niTSLEY and AVADDI.LL, LTD., Motor Lmrineirs mid Specialists.

31-7 p\r.Mpn.STi>rpT; nrx J_ HA|TIt.iiiUir iCar pu'1" in cotKl or,,"r hct°T y°a «li,

it will bring a lot more money.

lUPoLEY and AVADDELL, LIMITED,

31-7 Palmer-street.

EP

"OTU cannot.sell jou a Car. vvekave that pan of E..rinr^bU5li.£s,t,° tl'° VCT"ts- W<! -".« Automobile

ÄS? TÎSmîf »f^t^Ä ln KT ^

HTPSLEY and WADDELL. LIMITED,

* ? ,,^,,...".._-_31-7 Palmer street.

. A WOMAT 0 MACHINERY for GEAR CUTTING. "

-*--1- Bevel Gears, Grinding.

IHPSLEY and AA'.ADDELL, LIinTED,

G«---:_31-7 Palmer-street,

it ", i?,UOt°tion for rour 1Iol<"' Repairs ""from "¡5,

it Will pay you.

IHPSLEY and WADDELL. LIinTED,

''i-.mi,^.-^:^--_s1'7 Palmer-street.

TgSTABLISIIED 1901 u years' experience"" in the

experience. It will save von a lot of money In re.T;.-.

IHPSLEY and AVADDELL LIYHTCD,

"---31-7 Palmer-street

Cr1"1T- the House for TT'

MOTOR ACCESSORIES.

MAGNETOS,

BALL BEARINGS.

CONTINUOUS and SATISFACTORY

running of a CAR depends

chiefly on the IGNTTiON.

The MEA

" ; MAGNETO

^'."S"^ aU t!ll!si! by IT-Tinff » FAT Spark at ALL Speeds

and

ALL the Time.

v ' "M1U SPARKING PLUGS,

-- - v« "S?.,.PiHÇ witu vita- Spirit,

. TJF0 -SflIUINä' EASY STARTING,

.Wee, 3/fl. _ j.ricc> s_,8_

We Sell MOTOR CARS, and know YOUR Requirements.

Z- GARRATT'S, LrMTTED,

178-175 Elizabeth-street,

14S-160 Castlereagh-strcct, Sole Agents FIAT Cars.

ALICK McKElL, Gen. Manager.

"trOUR ENGINE IS SLUQGISH iJC IT REQUIRES MORE CRANKING UP. '

Therefore it is dirty,

Let us Remove that CARBON -.- deposit by tile latest

OXYGEN CLEANING PROCESS,

WHILE YOU AVAIT.

OUR REPAIR DEPARTMENT

IS UP TO DATE.

GARRATT'S, LIMITED, 173-175 EHzabcth-strcct,

148-160 Costlercagh-street.

rpnB

HOADS, PALMER CORD TYRES.

PALMER CORD TYJIES.

These Tyres are the safest,

speediest, and most service- able in the world. Under

the severest tests they havo been proven worthy of the title, "The AA'orld's Best."

They contain no canvas. Th« foundation is of rubber im _,. prognuted cords-entirely

impervious to hcot and moisture. -, - Interesting Catalogue on '+ request.

THE SIL YERTO WN RUBBER CO., , . 2"0 Gtorgo-streot, S,dney;

S3 Eollon-6trect, Newcastle.

,'TVELAGE CARS.-Have cate change, four forward

f-s speeds, detachable wire wheels, electric light, handsome, Touring Cars, fitted with one man hood.

Beady for Delivery.

G. 0. HAMILTON, LTD.,

_ 177 Elizabeth-street.

|~1HATER-LEA CYCLE CAR, gear-driven,"in lirst-cluss T~>' condition. Price £100. Good Motor Cycle taken

part payment.

O. a. HAMILTON, LTD.,

177 EHzabeth-Btrect.

r>

AGE CARS.-AVe aro Agents.

_O. C. I1AM1LT0N,_LTD. ELAGE CARS, for Reliability.

O. 0. HAMILTON, LTD.

DELAGE CARS.-New Models on view. G. C

HAMILTON. LTD.. 177 EUznbeth-st. Sydney.

nX0 . CAR OAVNERS. J. GENTLEMEN

You aro probably discoiuagcd by unsuccessful Repairs to your Tyres and Tubes. AVhy not try

the

GENERAL RUBBER CO.,

170 Liverpool-street, 'Phone. City 7200.

"* We arc Expert Repairers und Fair Dealers, and

we give satisfaction by studying the interests of our patrons. Send us u trial, and we will prove it, AVe can provide you with slightly used Tyres and Tubes. They arc good and cheap. Try them.

FT

ARGA1NS IN NEW MICHELIN TYRES.-"Clincher,"

x 34. 31 x 34. 34 x 4, 30 x 3), 36 x 41.

GENERAL RUBBER CO.,

_170 Liverpool-street.

TJOYAL ENFIELD MOTOR CYCLES.

The Enfield Patent Two-speed and Free-engine Gcir bas made ROYAL ENFIELD MOTOR - CYCLES the must mi »table and consistently successful machine In the world. One movement of the lever brings eithtr gear into operation.

Sold for CASH or on EASY TERMS. -

'J' ' METROPOLITAN and BRYANTS, Ltd.,

655 GEORCE-STREET, corner LIVERPOOL-STREET.

FOR IMMEDIATE SALE," 'STYLISH AMERICAN

I'NDERSLI NO CAR, seats 3. with two spare Tyres and Rims, Spare Tubes, Electric Side Lights and Acetylene Head, Clock. Speedometer, and all acces- sories complete, in good order.

ANY TREAL. PRICE, £195.

¡TX/E have several good CARS FOR SALE, both iVV Single and Touring. Call in and see us.

AA'e will Guarantee to put ,our Car in Perfect Run- ning Order at Bedrock Rates. All classes of Machinery Work and Lathe AVork done.

- YA'e can offer .you Garage Space, with every attention. - Bank or Commercial références.

' . HAA'MARKET MOTOR OARAGE,

... 71 Dbton-strect,

Thone, City 7503._Hoymarkirt.

PIERCE ARÏÏOAV TOURING CARS for bale, relent

models, nil In perfect order lind condition; low '? .prices for .quick sale.

Apply for details,

PIERCE,

! fl. _Herald Office, Sydney.

"i CJINGLE-SEATERS, several, SUIT DOCTORS or -¡O TRAVELLERS, ot LOAV FIGURES.

0. II. RELPH. Crane-place, Pitt-strcct,

BBOTT, only run COO miles. Latest Model, at less

than landed cost.

C. n. RELPn,

Crane-place, Pitt-street,

."'5?

a TALBOT CAR, 12-h.p., In good condition, reason tor

- hollins to make room for other cars. PRICE, £200. ilay be seen at garage.

TRIUMPH, M.C., 3J-h.p., free engine, Sturmey, Ar

cher, 3-sppi'd huD, speedometoi, lamp, new tyres, spare tube, valves, plug, all tools. In perfect ordi-r. Ovvnerjeavinjr, Europe._Sac, £61. A. V. 0., Hrrild. PRIA'ATE HIRE.-I can get* plenty work for man

nilli gool car, In sport In? dls'rlct, 'phone, gar- age, electric lifcht on good chance to stall business. IHRE, Herald, King-street._ BELIABLE 4-cyl. Car, almost new, 20-h.p.. sent it,

i ii. 'v-ini screen, took, Inmps, speedometer, 2 Ignitions, any trial; price new £376, sell £2',0. tern

tECOND-HAND CARS, cheap, ant! In i;ood order.

BROWN and HELLICAR, Ltd..

_ 375 Kent-street. INE Continental 6-seatcr, new torpedo body, new

tyres, full cqi lpm«nt, an nbsolute sacrifice, £100. _nENNINO.nrst floor, 8i1_H_ent-«troct.

I RENAULT, 5-seat Car, in perfect order, landed Feb

\ nure u'ed fpr te ming England, no use for sume here. Will sell cheap. F. KLEEMO, 8 Wynyard

f "¡YNGLISli CAR, in gooel order, owner will take £55.

STANTON COOK,

_100 Castlereagh-strcct

eVrOR CAR for Silc, ëTmost new, fly i -sealer,

Hinch only run about 500 mile« Apply

___^_Bnr 1210. G.PO.

.ÏT".On~=ALn, Mtlcear, practically new. cnn.ph.-b ii It X^ ' i -H -un Ginee. Wlllot'ghbV-nl. Crow'- "--* su .sr

H C O

PAINTING.-ror good work, reasonable, al'O repairs

vtr.,i.,,., n'ii. ?'« in-iT g"ut'i Ivomipcton. It. 1131

ATULCAÑISER, Model II, new cost £35, Eoll ^ . i Moni.1er lirns. M Iltin'ei-st. _

ADII.LAC, 1013, done 5000 miles, £350. Moulder

I" o- (8 Ilnntcr-bt,_,_ VERHAUIJED" M/C, nil makes, Speckvells, Til w' ,,M etc Write Jor llstii._ 10 and 42 Park ;t.

-OEBUILT Cycles, £2, "eCT, C1. C5, terms arranged. XÍ 1 W H^n.'irson Ltd., 40 und_J2 I'njKjit._ -TA5IES MOTORS, Selling to Arrive. WTiy? Sec us

AVrTa.\VDPun.lKl"r ATT. 2-22 Castler^e-h-st_rer_t____ |

^rT5uirÑ(¡. 10s vvlilv-Blown and Ilelllcar, Ltd.,

G -!-? KÓiil^ si __ I eifern Nmg and Market sts.

F"T5iTSalc, 1 Lady's and 1 Ccnt.'s Bicvch latest Eng.

m "leis £1 e-ich Tunis. Hot 1. Bul-woel P.O.

"T7vi5il~Sale, 41-h.p. twin Motor Bike, (re-«d order,

li. £25. Coiuiell, Eugineer, Botany-rd, AVaterloa, I,

_,!

MOTOR CARS, BICYCLES, ETC.

OtOR CAR" BARGAINáT"

We haye a good selection of rebuilt car«, all makes lalbot, Minerva, Napier, and many others. These Lura are thoroughly ovcilimited and in good order.

No one should be without a Car when ive are offer- ing Enjili-h mule It -labouts, £45 to £00, lind largo Touring Lais of leading makes from £150 to £275,

TUE CO-OPERATIVE MOTOR SOCIETY, LIMITED,

Showrooms: 45 Iliiutci-sticei, Sydney.

Herks: Hourke-strctt, Woolloomooloo._

TtroTOR SUNDRIES.

A large and complete slock of all the latest Fitments for Mutor Cars. Probably the best selection in S.viluey.

THE CO-OPERATIVE MOTOR SOCIETY, LIMITED,

Sho.ïiooms: 45 lliinier-siicet, Sydney. Works: Bourke-strcet, Woolloomooloo. tJÏABl' A 1A.M-CAB.

Tlierc Is mo-iey In the business. We have good larga sized Curs- Napier, Talbot, Minerva, and others', at £175 and up. Will easily make £¿5 per

week.

THE CO-OPERATlATi MOTOR SOCIETY, LIMITED,

Showrooms: 45 lluntcr-slret't, Sydney. \\ oriis: Bourke-Btreet, Woolloomooloo.

LOIOR CAR HEPAlltS.-^ilave your Repairs done at

the O.M.S. WORKS, bpcclalista in' lligh-Gradc Motor Car Repairs.., Complete Overhauls, Replacements, Spaie Pans, Turning, .Ck-ai-uutH'ng, "and, Case Harden- ing done at the bhottest Notice. Special Rates to the Hade. Carbon removed from the cylinders by Oiygen Pioccss,, without dismantling engine, power and speed gained. Time and Money Saved, operated through the Valve Covers, It cotts 12/0. (Done while you wait.) Broken Parts and Machinery ol any kind successfully and neatly welded bv Oxy-Acetylene Metal- lurgical Process. The most difficult repairs under- taken. Clacked Cylinders a Speciality, Parts Specially

treated to avoid dlstoulon.

CARS Garaged . and Cleaned, £1 per week,

THE CO-OPERATIVE MOTOR SOCIETY, LTD., ~- Motor Supplies and Garage,

BOURKE-&TREET, EAST SYDNEY. Telephone: Wllllam-stri at 277,

riAHL Best ol .NEW EUROPEAN and AMERICAN CARS

X in stock. Your small Car taken us part payment. We abo have a number of Rebuilt Cars that liave been taken by us as <part payment (or new ears, which we can sell on terms. Price Lists and particulars of all theso Cars we will . be , pleased to supply you with should 'vcu call. We are not Dealers in second-hand Cars In the ordinary sense, as we do not buy second- hand Cars. We have sold hundreds of Cars, anil can refer you to satisfied chenu throughout the country.

_TURNER BRUS., _30-30 Hay-street,

DAIMLER CAR, 28-ii.p., 4-eyl.j flttcd"vvlth eight

seater"body, mid complete with hood, shield, lamps, tools, spare wheel, etc., painted grey, loose cows, in first-class order, £350. TURNER BROS., 30-30 Hay-st. n-ULBOT "CAR," .10-2.0-h.p,, 4-eyl..' complete with X loomy touring bolly, hoc«), "shield, lamps, tools, etc, the whole in first-clans order, £250.

._TURNER BROS,, 3T-30 Hay-street

UICK 10URINU CAR, complete *"h all fittings,

spare Wies, etc, had vciy little ass, selling com- plete for £275 not. TURNER BROS., 30-30 Hay street. _

D

UPLICATE SPARE PARTS,

for all Models of

nUMBLHS and VAUX!!ALLS,

Since 1008, can alua}« be obtained when you bring or send the old parts. Very seldom we cannot supply

Loin stock at Reasonable Hates.

THE MOTOR HOUSE, LTD.,

Balfour-strcet (alf i.eoige-atrcei Weal),

SIDNEY.

Sole Agents for A'auxii.ill, Buinbers, and

Pcngeot Cars.

INDIAN, 7-0 h.p.. 2 speed, F.E.. well equipped, £50, _terms arranged. Clearview Garage,. Chatswood. F "."Speedwell, 0-h.p., 2 speed, free engine, 4-cyL,

£40. Clearview Gaiagc. Chatswood._

B

UC1IET Motor Cycle; 3¿, good order, overhead

Ives, £20. Clearview Garage. Chatswood

rnWIN New Hudson, 0-8, 3 bpeed, kick starter, new,

X £Si. Clearview Garage. Chatswood._

Jl.NCLE-sEATER Renault Car, runabout, splendid

3 order, sacrifice. Clearview Garage, chatswood,

IM

EW AND SLcOND-llAND CARS. AVc have a large Stock of SECOND-HAND CARS, which we guarantee in hrst-chii- order, suitable for City or Country work.

We can also supply any make of new Car on

THE BEST TERMS AVAU.ABLE IN SIDNEY.

SEE US FUtST.

H. M. SOUTTIAN, Ltd., the Motor Specialist»,

_100171-173 Castlcicigb-atieet, Sydney._

ATAGNETOS.-All makes repaired quickly, cheaply,

A und well, so well that WE GUARANTEE every A-gncto repaired by us to work equal to a new one or wc make no charge.

Send us )ours uuw, wc will make it give that BIG, FAT, HEALTHY SPARJi thal will make your engine dance with joy.

MOODY and COMPANY, Magneto and Electrical Specialists. 343 liuit-slreet (3 doors from King-street),

S) dney.

JJ'hnne«, City 1740 and City 7070.

FOR SALE, Dynamo, Generator, Switchboard, etc

Outfit for generating from alternating to direct current, consisting of 3-phase motor, 61 horse-power, to drive 41 kilowatts. Generator, with full equip- ment, for charging electric cor; belt and pulleys. Starter and eltarging board, with automatic cut-out, including volt' and ampere meter,' Gives a capacity of 35 amperes 110 volts. In use about one month. Complete outfit to be sold. Cost £110; will accept reasonable offer.. Boomerang, Billyard-av.f Eliz. Bay. B1C1 CLES I OR SALE.-2 British, nude Centn

Machines, with adjustable drop or reversible handles, chocolate enamelled and gill lined; 4 inch

Pitch Roller Chain, fitted with Wyngccl Tyres, Rat Trap Pedals, Brooks's Saddle. Machine specially adapt, d to Australian conditions. Specially low price, £j/10/

each.

NOCK and KIRBY. LTD..

_102 George-street, Circular Quay. O AILLE OUTBOARD MOTORS.

An Ideal outfit for converting ,J'our row' boat to a launch, can be obtained ttttyd lAvnb magneto, dis- pensing with batteries, coll,, etc Only at our address. All other types In stock.

C1 ARS OV'1'.UItAULi.'D completely tor £10, or we will

' quote you a price belorc leaving your Car. We gitar. our work; if you find an) thing vviong with the work after it U done, bring it back, there will oe 110 further charge. Our Foieinan is one ol the leading Motor Engineers in the State. Repairs of all kinds at half the puces elsewhere. SURRY GARAÜIä, el

Campbell-meet.

j-MjR BALE.

12.1fl:H.P. STOEWER .MOTOR». '

Double and Four Seater«.

ALSO-18-22-H.IV LIMOUSINE, WIRE WHEELS, ALL NEW.

16 Post Ofllec-cl-mbera. Pltt-st,

p.EAR CUTTING. _

Any Gear made to order, on your Turu« Blanks if required, CASE' HARDENING FOR THE TRADE AT al'r« IA-1. li .TLS. VICTOR MOIOH CO., LTD.,

Tel.. l8-Edge._Double Bay.

jptl

. . . capacity 12 tons, Hash

boiler, condcimer, price £1000 on trucks Broken Hill, treal given.

T. A ELEY.

_Silverton Tramway Company, Broken Hill.

C1 ARS i'_iNTEOr Single or Double Sealers, ,£6 5s

. any car. Work UMUC in 4 lo 5 days. Any colour, ¿ Coats u.id 2 varnish. Hc'st workmanship proctirab.c. Simple of work always on view. Call and see worn benia; dune. SURRY GARAGE, £1 Campbell-street,

near Elizabeth-street.

KALiA'loitb, Lamps, Tanks, Mudguards, and uti Sheet

M.ul Parts for the Mutor, ilaiiuiactuicd and Re- paired. Wc art Specialists, and gu.iri'iilue quick de Uvciy und first-class work. Established lt>05.

F. MULLER, SO Crown-street, near William-street, East Sydney. Tel., Win, street 34.

J>I10SPHOR' Bronze and Cast Iron Bushings, all

- sizes In stock. AV. Hoskins and Son. Grcck-st, Glebe GEAR-CUTTILG, Case Um dening, and Grinding, for

the trade. AV. HOSKINS and SONS,

_Greek-street. Glebe, lack of Crace Bros.

REBUILT ' AND SECONDHAND OAR

SOLD ON TERMS.

Large and Varied Stock to select from.

. HOY W. SANDFORD. Ltd.,

_ 107-113 Crown-street.

OTOB CARS, ' With Torpedo Bodies.

., Inspection Invited. , . inTCUKLL AND MITCHELL.

_280 'Pitt-street.- near Bathurst-strect. '

SPEEDAVELL,, ¿1 (IxTng" Dick)', t.c.,' 3 speeds, clutch",

"uiiel, Lum« I.imp, generator, si<ares, £40; or exchange for first-class hull, not over 2Jft.

J,' B., core Hook, Targo-road, Kogarah,

FOR SALE, New Hudson,-8J, 3-sp cd, F.E., Lump,

horn, speedometer, watch, decompressor, fan, whit t;.', spares; thorough running order, £00 cash.

_W. DAY. Liverpool.

I.xOIt HIRE, d.i) or utglit, 5 Modem Ulis. CJuuta

. lions given. Careful drivers. Weddings and Theatre« 1 speciality. 'Phone, Petersham 007. MAY UROS.. Leichhardt Motoi Cirage, HW Parrnniafq-roiid,

_e'ieini_m .""ni ""«t.^i ."" .".?-' -?-»".

ÏYiIOTOE RADIATORS, Lamps, ; otor Horns, W11 alX Screens, Export Makcra and Repairers, Fire _

llnguishers, *7/0 each. Swedish Carbide. ' BRANDT

BROS.. Ltd.. Lamp-MahufACltirera. 230 Pitt-street.

BUICK CAR, single-seater, Bosch magneto, rccntiy

overhauled, in good older, e-licap, £120. Cm be seen at MclNTOSH and r-ONS, Ltd.. Ellzahethstriet.

L.M.C., 8i-h.p" Bosch mag., A.M.A.C. carb., climbs

anywhere. Any trial. AUiat offerî Owner going front. A. SHAW, Dowling-strcct, Arncliffe.

14IUHD CAR 101 SALE, simile seal, ncarl} new, com

. plelc, good order. Price £150, or nearest offer.

ORME, KlilGWIN. end CO., Ltd., George-street.

H UMBER Motor Car, 1012 model, perfect condition,

80-h.p.. Ilvc-scater. £(O0: or exchange part property and cash Rev, Herald,

niO Let, Motor Carago, for 2 Cars, water laid on,

all conveniences, Elatnang-avenilo. kirribilli Pt., North Sydney. P. T. Taylor. 141 Yoik-st. Sydney. 1 T'Oit Sale, 2 excellent British Motui Lurnea, i and

;_3 tons, trial, ^£100 cadi._^_.¡20 Georgi-st. city.

"ARS Garaged from 5" per "ween. Til., 10U3 AVav

?rley; or write Box .TIP, O.P.O.

c

UlUU cans lor line, cheapest III Sydney. Tel., Wig "Waverley: cr write Box 3.!'), O.P.O._ ClAItS Painted at your own thirage, tenus modcr.it-.

1 J. _T-jjont's, 147 lii'ôeryoli-st, SurryJlills._ FOR Sale," GenY.'s U.S.A. Iiirycfc,""20 x if winds,

.1 1. -, i.,,. Jv^'V .'".JÏJ'' nn.'r-t Surry Hills. CHALMER'S,"5-scater, 20-h".p.",~1013 model, loose cov-

ers, accessor,, must real., ace, a.225. Chats 111. 1 ,101t Hire, ilotor Lorries, iown or tounti}. Apply

' Motor H.'ialil Ollicc. Svd'lev.

»UICK Double Seiltcr, spl. onie " M'..!er. Any trial, £150. 101

INERVA, 1S-24, largo seating cap., fine comm."car.,

' ' £SM- vn "iy-kt.

M:

W,_. __

FOUR 700 x 100 Covers and Tubes, cheap. Aline,

\"l'rr't. Homebush,_ 'OLSELEY Touring Cor, good order, any trial,

barga i n. £225. 101 Hay-st.

T7WRD, special S-seater. compl,, new engine, .d30, X1 tern- les- r.vli, Mos. 033. Doctor. Middle Held.

KLAGE, 12-h.p., Single-seater, £150. Moulder

Bros-, OS HuntjMt._ I">ÂINT1NG.-Get a quote fbr eoodvxvorlc Stratton,

., O'Dea'a corner« Bout- Se_s__ton. Ram»,, lia.

MOTOR CARS, BICYCLES, ETC.

1030 MILES.

BRISBANE TO SYDNEY.

ANOTHER EXCELLENT PERFORMANCE.

.£190. 22-H.F. METZ. £190.

YA'o have just completed a business tour in a standard American built 22-h.p METZ Car nun eula um lo -utan li, »JJ of boulbpurt (¡i)., Murwillumbah, Mullum- bimby, Byron Bal, Bangalow, Lismore, Cu»ino, l.jogle, Grafton, COII'B lUibom-, Kempsej, Tarto, Gloucester, Dungog, Maitland, anil Wiseman's Fern, through to Sydnc,,

In all 1030 miles were covered, and to once again prove to ,ou the econom, of running £..Ml'ÁÍ'. J'S:...1* tL." >ou " ,x u" petrol umsuiiiptloii averaged out at 31 MILLS TO THE GALLON, only 1 pint oí oil was added io the engine on the whole trip, the tyres were not touched (no punctures or blow-outs), and no mechanical trouble of any other kind was experienced.

Miles and miles of tho road were simply atrocious. On two occasions wc had to build a track with logs from the bush, as uo car could possibly negotiate tile rut« and boulders encountered Mun, creels had t e i II II. II I uti a lilulie.I and carefull, descended, bush lins were met with, and the car detained for half an hour on account of the Haines sweeping across the trick and causing the hood to catch flic. ,

YA'c were strongl, advised to truck the METZ from Brisbane to Tweed Heads, ind to .hip it from New castle to Sidney.

li b, customary for motorists to do so. .

But we knew what the METZ is capable of floing on even tho worst tracki, tv it sand or mud, mountains or creeks, boulder-, loose metal, or nits and holes. So wo dill not hesitate to tickle either of the above stretches of countr,, and never once did the plucky little MLTZ falter in the hard, rough work we osked her to nego-

tiate.

Y'ou arc Invited to come and inspect the car that put up this excellent .performance -a performance which once again proves conclusively once and for all that no botter Bunaboul Car exists.

IT IS BUILT IN AMERICA.

ELECTRIC LIGHT.

ELECTRIC SELF-STARTER.

We can now supply the 22-ILP. METZ with the above up to-date equipment. Mo* far car complete and read; (or the road- £225 Net, '

BRITISH-BUILT WAVERLEYS.

12-1LP. AND 12/16-H.P.

These beautiful cara must appeal to yon, and we Invite your inspection. Price» nos- ing from i-«36 to x-i.»

They are furnished with wide »passenger seats, and if you are looking for a light, strong British Car you cannot ailord to pass the AVAAERLEY,

Full Information and particulars concerning METZ and AVAYEULBA' Can from the Sole Agents

BROWN AND HELLICAR, LTD*

375 KENT-STREET

(BETWEEN KINO and MARKET STREETS),

SYDNEY.

BUICK.

THE OAK THAT GLIDES.

Buick are leaders, and like leaders in everything else, bare their thara of criticiseT,

YVhcn sellers of otlicf cars say Buicks are not as good as theirs, Blicks hare not this, Buicks have not that, and show comparison sheets, etc., it li certain Buick»

are a thorn in their side.

eJUST ASK YOURSELF

YVhy are Buféis continuing to eel! better than evert

BUICKS HAVE BEEN HERE EIGHT YEARS

The "Evening News" of last Saturday published an account of a trip to Melbourne and back by Mrs, H. Cohen, who drove her 13 months-old Buick.

LAST JANUARY

wp delivered the first 1015 Model to Mr Bourke of the N C R" »nd after usina* the car in the western dbtneta, start.d overland to Brisbane "per Buick," taking tho Northern Rivera route. YATion told

THE ROADS WERE AWFUL

Mr. Bourke smiled-however, he got there still smiling.

IT DOES NOT REQUIRE A SKILLED GARAGE MAN

to negotiate cudi Journeys, you can do it yourself.

PRICES:

ROADSTER .£315, fitted with 810 x 00 tyre». TOURING CAR .£3TS. fitted with 815 x 10.A tyre«. With Delco equipment etc.

ROADSTER .£310, fitted with 815 x 105 tyres. TOURING OAR .£385, fitted with 815 x 105 tyres.

The Delco is the original electric self-starter, and made the Cadillac fame.

Australian bodies may be had for an ad Htional cost of only £10. If ordered in time the purchaser can have the choice ol colour, upholstering, option of rimless, or single Joint, or double joint wind shield. Polished cedar or leather rolls on

door tops.

WITHOUT ANY ADDITIONAL CHARGE,

All Australian bodies arc of seasoned Miplc Timber rrames, YYITI1 DOUBLE BED BASE mechanically hammered panels and beaten round frame for greater «trciii-th. All materials the very best. Right hand controL

MCINTOSH AND SONS, LIMITED,

20-20 ELLKABETDl-STREET.

SEE THE

MAXWELL 25.

«-CYLINDER . 8-SPEED GEAR-BOX. MONOBLOC ENGINE. KLLUTIO SPRINGS, 25-UOitSE POAAER, TORPEDO BODY,

mail TENSION MAGNETO. JU-'FY SIDE OURl'AINS,

30 MILES TO A GALLON OF PETROL.

5-PASSENGER CAR, ROADSTER,

£270. -B2«).

B E*R LIE T. -

STILL A FEW MODELS IN STOCK.

12, 15, IS, AND 25 LT.P.

MONOBLOC ENGINE, WATERPROOF BOSCH MAGNETO, VALVES ENCLOSED. DOUBLE JET CARBURETTOR, ADJUSTABLE TAPPETS, TORPEDO BODY,

«-SPEED CEAIi-BOX , DETACHABLE WIM WHEEL?.

£400 TO £800.

Catalogues, etc, from

BOWENS, LIMITED,

276-8 OASTLEREAGH-STKEET,

SYDNEY.

BEST BY TEST.

The War Department have purchased a fleet of SrVGERS for the use of Offleo» nt General Headquarters in Trance, THEIR UTILITY IS BEYOND QUESTION.

THE LIGHT CAR AVD CYCLE CAR.

10-H.P. SINGER LIGHT CAR

can now ho inspected at our Showrooms. As they arc strone enou-jh to stand up to the work at the front they will stand up to the work in Australia. Ask any Singer

Owner.

1915 "^ OAKLAND. 1915

If you want to Bee » Motor Car. then vou must sec the New OAKLAND. It has all the latest flttln"« incliidini; the famous Delco Self Starter, which lias been fitted on al! Ookland Cars for the past eighteen months, rull stream Hue body, one-man hood, detachable rims, pump worked from encino for blowing up your tjrc»! -" (»«. «verj thing you require. It »111 pay )OU to inspect this Car before you. purchase.

ROY W. SANDFORD, LTD.,

AGENTS FOR 181 ELiZABETH-STREET, SYDNEY,

DARRAOQ. . . OARAGE AND YVORKSIIOPS: ARBOL JOHNT""" OHALMEBS

iioio-i oxsa.

i,T.-,j_,"" i . GARAGE ANU ttu.uu-i.vri-..

ABROL JOHNSTON, /

CHALMERS _, , - { Vtt TO U» OttWeitUSnV O-W xVOUiM-gSMMX.

MOTOR CARS, BICYCLES, ETC

UNITED STATES

"NQWY TREAD" AND "PLAIN TREAD"

TYRES

-lie Tyres of greatest mUense-therefore, the tyres of ultímate economy Jn MA- TERIAL ana WORKMANSHIP - th Standard of Motordom,

"NOBBY TREAD" TY_$ES

A**E REAL ANTI-SKID TYRES.

UNITED STATES HUBBE-. COMPANY,

CALIFORNIA.

f ITOBATH, MB., I rnT-8TBBET,

SYDNEY.

,_ ».B.W. AGENTS,

WHA7P YOU GET IN AN "OVERLAND,"

Tart for part JOH get more In an ' OVERLAND ' for the price you paj than in any other caron the mar'"' "" ' *_ the Overland outsells all cars in its class

you pa) than in any other or on the market That s why

" Ov. ' "

76,000 Overlands will be built In 1015, and we are usually sold out as shipments arrive The same applies to all other Over land agents In all parts of the world.

The demand 1« grcitrr than the supply because the Overland is worth from L >0 to £100 more thin any other car selling at the Overhnd ince If von examine anl compare the Over land with other ears you will see the «tra value-you MUST

see It,

ritlOES, FROM . £345 TO £305 .

THE ¿fr-W "OAR-NATION" HAS ARRIVED.

THE HOST AMAZING \ALUE FOR THF MONLY EVER

OFFERED IN AUSTRAL-,

FOOT cylinder, l8 22 h p Motor, enclosed »Ive«, three speeds. Gate Change, High Tension Waterproof Magneto, Cantilever Springs Automatic Pump Lubricator with Hood »nd Root, Wind Bereen, Mats, Speedometer, Deep Turkish Upholitery, and finished In shades of Grey and Biscuit

NO t^~T~\CTH IN PRICES

f SINGLE SEATER.£229

"[ FOUR SEATER .£248

THF "SAXON" AT £165 COMPLETE.

Crosses America under bad xveathcr and roa 1 conditions at a total cost of less ti an £8 over 1100 mile» This rr| rrsent« the lowest upkep expente pnssinli vi lib nnv car The 'SAXON" has 4 cylinder, 18-h p Motor, I nelone I valves Pressed Steel Rear Axle Housing, Gate Change, Cantilever bprmgs, and all

the latest features

THIS CAR 13 HIST Till" IDFA I OR TltA\ 11 LFTeS PRO HJMONAL WIN. AND All THOSL UlIO MUSI" MOTOR

LCONOMICAI LY

THF PR1CF, £105 will only last until our next shipment arrives, when It advances to £105.

THE CO-OPERATIVE MOTOR SOCIETY, LTD.,

'Phones - Salesroom» <5 HUNTER STREET, BYDNKT.

W11 LIAJW-WBT 277._Workshop BODRKF STRFFT, WOOLLOOMOOLOO.

TRIUMPH 1915 MODELS. é-H.P. MOTOR CYCLES.

1016 Triumph Motor Cycles are the last word in Motor Cycle construction

The improvements Introduced (nr surpass in magnl

tude and cludency any efforts shown In previous The Triumph was the pioneer of till« particular years tv|>c, and Ins proved its superiority for more The engine las been redesigned throughout with than a decade

larger valvis and im,r<vcl si enter

Hie Sturme} Urchcr Hirer- «reed Countershaft Gear li * ,.""* ^W of «ten Ion I« that Bingle i_ry In "B,-i, tylliidcr Machines Including a large number easy to opera». of lrlumphb have been chosen by Ilrillull, The power tr__m__on is direct fiom engine-chain i.rcneh, Belgian, and Russian War ofliccs for cum belt driv«. ocl|v(. "ornee In preferente t> any other type The Oarl urettor ia an improved Triumph which has -convincing ttalunoi} to their reliability been specially designed for the new engine and cfilciciicy un 1er the most severe con All other special Triumph features ore retained. dillons

VODFI 11-THRU SPUD MODEL Í02/I0/ CASH MODIL D-1IMD TNf IM MODI L . £72/10/ CASH ÜJ IIP MOUTH 1 IC.HT MODI L -C5 Call

These 1016 Models will further enhance the Iiie.li rcputat'm whlth Triumphs have gained

Fvcry detail thal tends to comfort, reliibillty and efficiency in motor rycllnc. has been em bodl ' .- ?? .' -'? -' - -'.'?? "'. "-*-'- -'

the

bodied Jggjfmm models, so that lOLi Irlumph Models are preeminently elie master Model« of

?«!? ARE NOW ROOKING OliDl RS FOR T1II.61 MODI lb \M) ADMM OLR C111 NTS TO PLACE Till III OHÜLIIS LARIY

BENNETT AND BARRELL, LTD.,

Till IIOLSI 1 OR BIIIIISII tOODS

A__rfa fc" Triumph New Hu Ison, Hu Ifcc NI mi rth mil Rat Motor Cj des JAP Engines,

and Manufacturers of I! and II lades and Motor Cycles,

12Í 132 CAfe-L-RU VGII MLUm1, SYDNEY

BROKEN OR WORN PARTS OF MACEONERY

of all dc_crl»ti» can be welled and finhh d ciiiml to HCA, and frequently atroncer, by the Oxy

K ttjlcn i I rocLHH

W13 MAKE A Sl'EUALIf- Ol' OX.ULN-At m\LE\H WELDING.

Cracked or Broken Aluminium trank or dar Ilrrl en Michlncr} of any kind can lie welded. In- cases, Dlltcrentlsl Boxes, Steering «hecla, lip hiding Cl-l Iron Wrought Iran, Mild Steel, Brass, etc , can be welded (pot soft welded) equal to now I oppcr, Oimmctal etc , which cannot b« repaired Broken or cracked cvlindcrs (large or small; Pis bv any other Procera

tons, Cranks, CUitehc« Carden Shafts Rind linkes Makers pi all kinds of Sparc Part« for Motor Horn Kcywi_BMÑMiafts Pieces Welded to Broken 1\orlt including Gears, Cranks, Cylinders, Piatons, Gears, and T «h CuL Old and worn Cylinders Rcground, eto

Kni) jobbing anl 11 glnccrine, Work of all kin1»

Case Hard-nit j. itc

W. HOSKINS AND SON,

KNUINEEKS, nu VSS, AND ALUMINIUM FOUNDERS,

^ ^^ OREEKSritLLl. CLUIL (01l_ B_ Y SXB-LTJ, «WTa. ^ ^^ ^

. MOTOR CARS, BICYCLES, ETC.

FIATS AND BRITISH" WAR OFFICE.

500-3y2 TON F.I.A.T. LORRrES-500.

IN ACTIVE SERVICE

AT THE FRONT.

BY ORDER Oí" rr.-U GOViCRNMBNT,

THIS AND THE FRENCH GOA ERN-'

MDNT'S ORDER OF

llOO-li/o, 2i/2) AND 31/0 TON F.I.A.Ï. LOEEIES-U0Ö

AND WAR VEHICLES

/

CONSTITUTES A

WORLD'S RECORD ORDER.

TOTAL VALUE ,. £1,100,000,'

THIS DOES NOT INCLUDE LORRICH, AMBULANCES, WAR VEHrCLES, AND

CARS SUPPLIED TO THE

AUSTRALIAN, RUSSIAN, SERVIAN,

MONTENEGRIN, ROUMANIAN,

AND OTHER GOVERNMENTS POR INSTANT MOBILISATION DURING SHE PRESENT WAH.

ir/rwnTBrrABDixa THSSK HUGE mums ojr to rjjuT. coMPAsrrs BSSOÜRCES AND ODTPUI. m BATS IHK roLLOWDia OABLK ADYTCSH "HAVE SHIPPED PER && "NATAITi

"BLBVEN MODEL ZERO CHASSIS,".....?..??«?,.«. "THREE MODEL ZERO COMPLKTE CABS." .»..~... "TWO MODEL ONE COMPLETE OARS." -..««MM "ONE MODEL ONE CHASSIS."...»».. "ONE MODEL 3 TEE CHASS»". "SEVEN MODEL l8 EL 8Î-TON CHASSIS;" "TWO 15 TER OHAR-A-BANO CHASSIS." .

RELIABILITY AND ECONOMY FXA.T MOTORS STAND ALONE.

CALL, WB1TE, OR SEND FOB JTUBnUUl PASO

ODLARS TBOJa BOUS AOENTB FOR lUlTP.

GARRATT'S, LTD,

/ Ora. Hani», 1T3-175 ELIZABETH-STRBESi

Í ALICK MCNEHV. ltó-160 CUSTLBBEAOH-STRKBti

m». sts-nt an.

NOTICE.

WE ARE EXHIBITING OUR LATEST MODELS F.I.A.T., AND A LARGE AND

UP-TO-DATE ASSORTMENT OF

MOTOR ACCESSORIES.

AT

THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SHOW.

DON'T FAIL TO VISIT

GARRATT'S, LTD, STAND NO. 26.

ALICK McNBU*

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