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TWO BIG FEATURES.

Australia's Great Historic Naval Achievement,

"HOW WE BEAT THE EMDEN."

This film was sanctioned by the Minister for Navy and Defence. \v

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.THE CLUTCHING HAND. THE CLUTCHING HAND.

All the devices which the mysterious criminal ha« used against Craig Kennedy and Elaine in the two previous stories arc but a foretaste of what is to hap- pen in this third talc. "The Poisoned Room" and .The Vampire."

OLYMPIA. FOLLOW THE CROWDS OLYMPIA. OLYMPIA. . to sec OLYMPIA. OLYMPIA. MIDNIGHT AT MAXIM'S. OLYMPIA. OLYMPIA. MIDNIGHT AT MAXIM'S. OLYMPIA. OLYMPIA. MIDNIGHT AT MAXIM'S. OLYMPIA.

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ALL THIS WEEK.

"THE FIGHTING CHANCE."

Robert W. Chambers' famous no1 c1, adapted to the screen in 5 acts by the E. K. Lincoln Company. Tile 6tory of a woman who won against wine, but married the man it vanquished. Hours of Screening: 11.22 a.m" 1.2, 2.42, 4.22, 6.2, 7.42, and 0.23 p.m.

LYRIC THEATRE.

"MIDNIGHT AT MAXIM'S."

Transferred to this Theatre after a sensational week at the Crystal Talacc.

COLONIAL THEATRE.

"THE IRISH IN AMERICA,"

A pretty story of Erin, in 3 reels, by Lubin.

EMPRESS THEATRE.

"THE CLUTCHING HAND."

Fourth S'orv, "The Double Trap" and "The Hidden Voice." Reaii the story in the "Sunday Times."

Performances Continuous: 11 a.m. to 11 p.m The Greater J. D. Williams Amns. Co., Ltd.,

W. Barrington Miller, General Manager._

pAI

THEATRE. NOW IN ITS FOURTH WEEK OF SUCCESS.

See this remarkable picture at the . SPECIAL DAILY MATINEE, 2.30,

and be sure of getting a scat. On account of ita enormous success reservation of seats is practically imperative at the

EVENING PERFORMANCES AT S.

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"THE HYPOCRITES,"

THE NAKED TRUTH.

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Presented with stage sets, vocal and orchestral music under the direction of Mr. LOUIS DE GROEN.

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Plan at Nicholson'

TOWN HALL, SYDNEY. ?*- GRAND ORGAN RECITAL.

TO-MORROW. SATURDAY,

DECEMBER li, 1915, at S o'clock p.m.,

By the City Organist,

Mr. ERNEST TRUMAN. A.R.C.O., Lcipsic, RC.M,

PROGRAMME:

1.-"Consecration" and "Temple Scene" Aida, Verdi 2.-"Ballet and Slumber Chorus," "Rip Van Winkle,"

Planqlictte. 3-»Prelude in O Sharp Minor," Rachinniininoff. 1.-Alas, those Cldmes" (Maritana'! Wallace.

INTERVAL.

B.-"Pilgrim's Song of Hope," JFÄti?tv' 6.-Paraphrase "La Boheme," "Ji?01"' 7-"Simple Aveu." . " Theme. 8- "Dramatic Storm Fantasia,'. Welj. 8 GOD SAVE THE KING.

Admission- Galleries 1/; body of Hall, 6d.

CHILDREN'IN ARMS NOT ADMITTED

UMJlj THOMAS li. NESBITT, Town Clerk.

Town Hall, Sydney,

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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1916.

MUDEN HANDICAP.

60 SOVB.-A handicap of 50 'sot's. Lowest handicap

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FLYING HANDICAP.

60 Sovs.-A handicap of 50 son,, and a Indies' Gold

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TWO-YEARS-OLD HANDICAP.

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WYONG PARK HANDICAP.

100 Sovs.-A handicap of 100 sois. About 1m and lSyda,

NOVICE HANDICAP.

60 Sovs.-A handicap of 60 with. For all horse« (hat

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WELTin HANDICAP.

«A Sovs-A handicap of 60 «ove. Lowest handicap

^¿^SE'onMON'DA'rDEC^fBER 13, at 4 p.m.,

001 EDWIN WOODBURY, .Secretary.

.ffk»m»V-Cit7 SS4U. IS Imperial Arcade, Sydat«.

AMÜSEMENTS.

J. C. WILLIAMSON'S THEATRES.

Direction, J. C. WILLIAMSON, LTD.

Managing Directors, Geo. Tallis, Hugh J. Ward,

» Cl.tde Meyncll.

_ General Manager, li. J. Tait

HER MAJESTY'S-NIG HT IA' AT 7.35.

MATINEE, WEDNESDAYS, AT 2.

THE ROYAL COMIC OPERA COMPANY,

. - LAST FIVE NIGHTS,

i THE OLD GUARD,

Of Many Glorious Memories. - ? FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17,

.1. C. Williamson's Musical Comedy Co. will once more

delight with

THE GIRL/IN THE TAXI,

Plan« al Paling's till 5, and thereafter at Her Majesty's. Daj Sales at Callosc's.

CRITERION-NIGHTLY, AT 7.53.

MATINEE, WEDNESDAYS, AT 2.

MURIEL STARR'S

LAST VISIT TO SYDNEY.

A METEORIC SUCCESS!

NOBODY'S WIDOW. BRILLIANTLY PLAYED BY

MURIEL STARR,

With

CHARLES MILLWARD,

AND A STRONG CAST, INCLUDING

GRACE PALOTTA,

NOTE.-OWING TO THE ENQRiMOUS SUCCESS 01"

NOBODY'S WIDOW,

MISS MURIEL STARR'S VISIT 10 NEW ZEALAND

HAS BEEN POSTPONED FOR A WEEK.

, NOBODY'S WIDOW

WILL, THEREFORE, B13 PLAYED AT THE CRI-

TERION UP TO AND INCLUDING FRIDAY, DE- CEMBER 17, AND WILL BE TRANSFERRED IO THE THEATRE ROYAL FOR FOUR MGHTS, COMMENCING SATURDAY, DECEMBER IS.

Plans at Paling's till 5, and thereafter, with Day Sales, at White Rose.

. CRITERION, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16.

TWIN BEDS TWIN BEDS TWIN BEDS The New Idea in Farce. TWIN BEDS TWIN BEDS - TWIN BEDS TWIN BEDS Direct Route to TWIN BEDS TWIN BEDS Laughter. TWIN BEDS TWIN BEDS TWIN BEDS

J. 0. WILLIAMSON, LTD., , will inaugurate

_.. Entirely Different Scries of Farces bv the Master« of the Modem School, with a company of distinguished

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(the original Wallingford in New Y'ork and London, and the creator in those cities of star comedy roles),

and including

- MISS MYRTLE TANNEHILL

(Leading Comedienne with George M. Cohan at the Astor Theatre, New Y'ork; also of the Carrick Theatre,

and Drury Lane, London).

Slgnor Ardironi

(From leading New Y'ork Theatira).

Mr, Louis Kimball

(Light Comedian, from New Y'ork Theatres).

Miss Mildred Warren

(Character Comedienne, from New Y'ork Theatres).

Miss Celia Ghiloni,

and others.

FIRST PRODUCTION,

TWIN; BEDS

(By Margaret Mayo, the author.ot "Baby Mine").

The most genuinely amusing entertainment submitted

to any audience in 3 ears.

BOOKING.-Permanent First-nighters as usual. Ap- plication for First-night Seats Mill be received by Theatre Manager up lil! novii, Saturday. Plan at Paling's ne-rt Monday, at 0.3t a.m.

ËR MAJESTY'S THEATRIS.

Direction . J. C. Williamson, Ltd.

SOUVENIR PERFORMANCE,

THIS AFTERNOON AT 2.

Under the Distinguished Patronage of his Excellency

the Governor-General and Lady Helen Munro Ter guson, the Honourable the Premier ana the mem- bers of the Ministry, the Lord Major and Lady Mayoress, Sir William Cullen, C1., and Lady Cul- len, the Actors' Association of Australia, the President and Members of tile Alhonm-u.ii Club.

JUBILEE

and

FAREWELL TO THE STAGE

of

GEORGE S. TITHEUADGE.

1865-1915.

PROCRAMME:

MISS MURIEL STARR,

witli

Mr. CHARLES MILLWARD,

and the company of Fatounte Artist»

cheerfully supporting,

including

Miss GRACE PALOTTA.

in one act from "Nobody's Widow,"

B. J. FULLER'S VAUDEVILLE

' COMPANY

GEORGE CROTTY,' London Coliseum Revue Star.

HARRY RICKARDS' TIVOLI

THEATRES, LTD."

THE TIVOLI FOLLIES.

(By kind permission of Hugh D. M'Inlosh, Esq.),

JACK CANNOT, YAKOVLENKA,

VERA PEARCE,

THELMA RAYE.

Supported by the Titoli Follies' Chorus.

THE ROYAL COMIC OPERA COMPANY

"THE OLD GUARD,"

(2nd Act.)

DANCE INTERLUDE

by

M. ALEXANDER LAUSHMAN

and

Mile. SYBIL DEMORES. ' (Chopin Nocturne)

At the Piano . M. JAQUES P1NTEL

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- KULTURED WAR,

A talc nf the German invasion of Belgium.

General Storniborg .Mr. Walter Bentley. Colonel Herts .Mr. Allan Wilkie Madam Htormbcrg .'.Miss F. H. Watts.

Divina Stormberg .Miss Esther Mitchell. Grotchen .Mfss Connie Marten.

Box Plan Paling'«. Balance of Reserves at Usual

Theatre Pnces.

Hon. Musical Directors: Andrew MacCunn, Han-} Burton, Will Quintraill, Louis Henderson.

Hon. Organisers: J. C. WILLIAMSON, LTD.

Hon Secretaries:

.1. TAIT, General Manager J. C. Williamson, Ltd.; WALTER BENTLEY, Secretary Actors' Association.

Hon. Bus. Manager, Mr. GEO. MATHESON.

Hon. Treasurer: Mr. HOBT. HEESTON._

CALEDONIAN SOCIETY OF SYDNEY.

POPULAR MONTHLY CONCERT and DANCE, Southern Cross Hall, Castlereagh-st, citv,

SATURDAY, nth DECEMBER, at 7.45 p.m.

, "THE SCOTTISH CONCERT OF THE YEAR" .Misses Bessie Fraser, Nellie Esson, Trixie Hall.

Messrs. G. II. Jamieson, A. E. Benham, Cunningham's Dancers, Tom Angus, Piper Mackenzie,

ADMISSION: Ladies 6d, Gentlemen 1/.

Same Hall, Saturday, 18th December, 1915, at 8 p.m., CALEDONIAN SOCIAL. Admission, }/.

P. G. CLARK, lion. Sec, 18 Glpp-Bt, Balmain.

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l63 ENTRIES, l63.

FIRST RACE, 2.10 p.m.

SPECIAL TRAINS.-11.15 (horses), 12,25, 12.34, 12.46,

12.64, 1.0, 1.15.

HDINARY TRAINS.-11.33, 12.3, 12.14, 12.32, 12.43.

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7(0 George-street, Haymarket.

SQUARE AND COMPASS AUCTION SALES HELD DAILY, or TURNOUTS SOLD ON COMMISSION.

~\TEW Tipdray, reliable Horse, and Harness, in con JN slant work, earning £1 l8« weekly, will transfer work; experience not necc»»ary, can stable willi con- tractor, lot £2t; week's trial. Square and Compass, 700 Ocorgc-sl. Haymarket, 0 doors below A. Horderns', TEN Double and Single Lorries, lo carry from 1 ton

to ti ton«, double shafts, screw brakes, suit farmer« or carriers, from £20. .Square and Compas» Razaur, 708 George-street, Haymarket, ti doors below A. Hordern«', HOODED Waggon, Stove, Cooking Utensils, 2 young

llo'rscs, lind Harness, ant- trial, lol £28. Square and fininnas«.~7Pfl George st. Haymarket, below A. Horderns'. -vrEW"T5utclicr,s Order Cart, reliable Pony, Byro., iN Hame«., lot £1«: week's trial. 700 Gcorge-btrcet, llayniaiket, belotv Anthon» Horderns'._

'siU,i, I'unv, nice Suikv, and Hame»«, £8, week's

trial. Fruit Shop. 585 Georgc-st. opp. Horderns'. -EALBH'S CART, new Harnet», young linr»c, £8,

' tvk.'s trial. Fruit Shop, 685 Gbo..«t, opp. Hordern»'.

-VriOE'Silvrr'nitd. Sulky, new Ham., Stylish Pony, JN £14, tfk.'» tnjfrult Shop. 6S5 Gco.-st, op. Hord. OQÖÄnE VAN, new Ham., .vug, llor»e, £12, tvk.'s O trial. Finit Shop. 5S5 George-«!, opp- Horderns'.

ItDKIl CART Turnout, £12; Milkcart Turnout, £10.

Fruit Shop, 68.Í (ieorge-st, opp. Horderns'.

l'llINGCART Turnout, £8; Village Curl Turnout, I £7. Frull .Shop, 6jj."i Gcorgc-sl. opp. Horderns'.

h~j JCI, rruit oiiu}., .»j.. ^^^.n- ?-., ",.,-._............w .

riYRADES.MAN'.S llur»o, quiet, roi., 4 yrs., tvk.'s trial,

£5. Frull Shop, öS! Georgc-st, opp. Horderns'. [VE" ICE CREAM CARTS, nearly ne«, sacrifice. - Fruit Shop, BSä Ocurgc-«t, opp. Horderns ?

CJQÖARE VAN, tilted, nearly new, £7. Fruit Shop, >J 686 (!eorge-»t, opij^Ajah^v^gjdcnii/._ rniMHl'.lt DRAY Turnout, any trial, lot £22. Square X mid loinius-, 7(Hi Georgc-st. Haymarket._ FOR HOOD tiualfty Ni'W.snd Secoiid-liiiiid

VEHICLES. HARNESS, and ÜADDLUID.

«I the lowest |ios»ihle briers, inspect

NIAj'N- "MAR VS. 1n7 CASTLr.HK.UiH-STRKKT.

TUAISEVS Liven- Stable», IS Little Young-*!. Tel.,

SSI 4-.5 Redfern. Mor»T. Ponies. \ chicles. Cash, terms I7IOII SALE ne« Single liOlIHY. a!»n "ccond-hand

' Doubl». Peters Bros.. Ltd., Phjllip^st.Jjcdforn._ (¿PRINOfART and Harness, mu«t sell, will ^¡uce, (O cheap. Richmond House, Mary-el, L h d4- W U1XL

HOBSES, VEHICLES, LIVE STOCK.

>ED1GREE BERKSIIIRKS (IMPROVED).

ONE BOAR, TWO SOWS.

KELSO MINOR, by HAWKESBURY PEER

Farrowed September, 1915.

redigrce on application. .

, W'ell grown. Beautiful Models.

EACH, £5, FREE ON RAILS KATOOMBA .

STATION. Crates supplied.

WESTMEADE STUD FARM,

MEDLOW.

HANDSOME Bay Pony, 4 yrs., 12.2, fast, stylish,

quiet, any trial; also high-class set N.P. Harness, sell cheap, .lulielt-sl and Harrow-rd, Enmore.

FOR Saje, 5 Pole Lorries,- together or separate.

Cheap. 02 Blickland-st.. Alexandria

17.0R Sale, 2 gol ..._

? Machine, suit any bus., cheap. 70 Marlborougri-st LIGHT SPRING CART lor Sale, cheap, nearly "new.

Wright's Coach Works, Harris-st. Ultimo.

GALE. Licensed Brougham CAB, llorac, Harness, >-? cheap, lal Uinning-st, Erskineville,. opp. Park. ALIGHT 4-whroler, nibber-tyred Brougham, double

«cater, for sale cheap. 313 Rllcy-st, Surry Hill», FOR Sale, Good Honest S.-II. Dealer'« Yard, trade

and stock, good con., guar. _y.S.,_Croivn-st

TTIOR'SALE, SOCIABLES," Sulkies, Phaetons, Spring, i Village, and Butchers' Carts, Dealers' and Sqiuire Vans, Hawkers' Waggon«, D. and S, Lorries, Horses, Har, l'ai. 35 years. H. Cohen, 10 Missendcu-rd, N'twn. CASH' OR TERMS, Small Deposit« Taken.-Good

Bread Cart Turnout, £S; good Dealer's Turnout, £7; Horte, Cart, .and Harness, £5; Milkcart, Boree, and Harnea, £0; Square Van, Horse* and Harness, £C; 2 good Village Cart,Turnouts. £6; Horse, Sulky, and Harness, £0/10/; Bradley Cart, Horse, and Har- ness, £6;' 50 Horses from £2 each. 44 Kensington street, off George-street West, near Tooth's Brewer}-.

WAGGONETTE, Hooded, seat 14, £14; Sociable, «cat

S persons. £12. Newland'«. P'matta-rd, Camp'dn. ORDER Carl, almost new, willi yng. Home, Har.,

lot £14. trial. Newland'« Ha?... l"matta-rd, Cdn. SULKY, 3-spr., high hack, yng. Horse, Har., lot

£12. Newland'» Baza-ir. P'matta-rd, Cainp'doivn. BALER'S Slotted Van. rcl. Horse, Har., trial, lot

£14. Newland's Baraar, Camperdown.

D

S!u. ja

ARÉ } Guard-rail Van, yng. Horse, Har., trial, lot £14. Newland. P'matta.rd, Camperdown.

AWKER'S Hooded Waggon, pr. Hornes and Har., , lot £10. or sen. Newland. P'matta-rd. Camp'dn. BUGGY, Angus, hooded, willi yng. Horse, Har., lot

£18. Newland's. I"matta-ril. Camperdown.

MOTOR and onl. seat Sulkies, nib., Iron tyred, new,

2nd.li._Newland. l"nmlta-rd, Camperdown._ BROUGHAM Cab, liri, yng. Horse, Har., lot £20.

or »op._Newland, Camperdown._m_ YTUJll Sale, .ll'KSKY COW, good milker, cheap. Ap -U. ply lui Homli-rd. s:

i

B

¿ULKY, cost £17, sell £7, only six mouths old,

faults._N'o. 5_Cheslnut-_rd, Auburn._ ORSU, Covered .Cart. II arness for Sale, also Fish Run, any trial. 17 W'yniihain.gt, Alexandria.

¿MALL Pony Tor Sale, quiet and reliable, mit lady

»r children. P, Mathieson, :!58 Pitt-s!, Sidney.

UTTER CAI1T7 good reliable Mare, 4 years, sel new

Hume»«, any trial, £14 lot, cheap.., 98 Myrtle.st, city, off. Cily-road, near Grace Bros. '_ rpiPCART, reliable heavy Mare, 6 years, set new Har JL _ lies», ton trial, £23 lot, cheap. D8 Myrtle-street, off City-road._,_^

LIGHT Covered Waggon, reliable Mare, 5 years, set

líameos, any trial, £12 lot. PS Myrtle-street, off City-road._._ "ÏTWO Heavy. Marcs, 0 years, used to ploughing, £9 -I- each; also 3 Beaty Horses, ton trial, £7 each. 741 Harris-street, city._ .\T]I,LACE CART, good Pony, 4 years, set new Har

T ness, any trial, > £T) lot, cheap. 741 Harris-street, city, off George-street West._ milllKE-SPRLNG Dealer's Van, reliable Horse, 5 yearn, X set Harness, any trial, £14 lot, cheap. 741 Harris street, city, off George-street West._ DOUBLE Lorry, 2 reliable heavy'Horees, 0 years, and

Harness, 3 ton trial, £85 lot, cheap. 741 Harri« strect, city, near Railway Station._..^ alHREE-SPRlN'G Sulky, lamps, reliable Pony, 4 years,

set new Harness, apy trial, £14 lot, cheap. OS Myrtle-street, .city, off City-road. _ TE D* B

OX CART Turnout, any trial, £14 loffcbeap. 08

Myrtlc-st, city, off City-rd._ MUST Sell.-Square Van, reliable Horse, 6 years, set

new Harness, ton trial, £14 lot, cheap. 741 Harris street, city, off George-street West,_% HOODED Waggon, reliable Mare, 0 years, set Har-

ness, any trial, £11 lot, cheap. 741 Harris-street, city, off George-street West._ rpHRE&SPRlXG' Cart, good Mare, 6 year«, set Har J. ness, any trial, £10 lot, cheap. OS Myrtle-street, city, off City-road._;_ riYiVO reliable Ponies, mare, 13-14 bands, 6-8 years, JL good in saddle or harness, any trial, £7, £0, cheap. 98 Myrtlc-strcct. city. ______ F' ÓURTEEN1IIAND Tony, 5 years, Sulky, Lamps, set

new Harness, any trial, £12 los lot, cheap, «6 Myrt!c-»trectT city, off City-road._ P~~5ÑY Van Turnout, any trial, £11 lot, cheap. 7«

Harris-street, city, off Gcorgc-»trect West, near

railway station.

CASH or Terms -20 Horses and Marcs, Ponies from

Ka 100 Vehicles 50 sets Harness Tipcart Turn out, £16 Daler» lan Turnout, £14, Village Cart Turnout, £12 Sulky Turnout, £15 Square \ an T'out, £11/10/ Ponj Van Tout, £11, Butler Ct. Tout, £14, Bu»,gy Tout £16 an> trial OS Myrtle st city PONY, Sulkt, and Ham 12 2 Baj Pony 14 hds,

cheap Boronia, Roi.k) Point rd, Arncliffe _ "VriCI- Sulkv, suit 14hds, Motor seat cheap

-L\ Scott, Boronia, Rocky PU rd Arncliffe nr Banksia STANCH handv Cart Horse Sirs-, guar suit butcher

or Milkman Williams butcher, Mos T, \ 1653

HIGH C1 AaS Motor scat SU1 M, reliable Horse, tad _orjnn , trial 72 hingst, Newtown L1402 QL

SOCIABU Surveyors Waggon, Spring and VIH

Carl« Sale or Hlre_72 hingst. Newtown 11402 ( 'IIRISTI1 'S High ela»« Horses and \ ehicles of e

N-~ dettriu , Sale or Hlri, 52 Wilson st, N tn L1402. &OOD stanch, sotind'Van HORS! full sire \ an and _Ham catii or tirnis n" Wilson st, N'tn LI402. MUST Sell, Bmt6haft Sulk) and Harness cheap

462 Bourka st, near _Foveaux_st, SUIT) Hills

cpiMDFR Drav7 £7, J Square lan, with brake £10 Jb__"_"?_?"__ £0 412 Bourke »t nr loveaux s*, S II DI AI1RS \AN, £7 new Order Cart £11 Pony

A an £0 10s 462 Bourke st, nr foveaux st, 8 11

A

riTWO giod Square A ana for Sale J O Smith, 380 J Pirrainitta rd Petersham

RUBB1 II TI RED Sulkv Pony and Harness for Sale,

1 erfei t order no dealers 212 King st New town "Ï/-AN - i fi/e sq lan £)0 also Sulkt and Bugg),

> etc Majnes.^W Crown st _nr Dctonshirc »t_ WANITD tu But, Horse Dca) and Har,-trial re-

quired paid foj^_J Walsh 4(0 Wattle st _ WANTED strong \ Spring Van,"with brake

All.crla_st___çit), off Goulburn st_ VyANTlD ^Guardrail \»n ¡.nd Harness, 18ln Col '__Lor_-__d cniiditinn_ L""1:_1.0 Kogarah

YYTANTI D to Bil), Double LORRY, must be in perfect >> order Apply loir), BO, Lltcrpool_ WANT! I), S II Pilkv HARNESS, good condition

After 0 p in , Brooke, BUncourt av Bankstown D" EAD HOIISFS and COW S'Uoüent up to 10/ head

Cara jent anywhere Connolly Tel 124 Mascot BTAD and Worn-out Horses and Cows Bought high

est prices, gil "n Tumeth Bros_Ph _ 171 Mascot L'ATIMI-RS-Condition Pottdirs safeguard your

horse s health punft the blood carry off gross humour« lor hide bound hcatc« cough«, colds distcm per, etc, giva one trial guaranteed pure lib pkta ,

Price 4/0 00 kent strert

BUILDING MATERIALS_

A RTISTIO HBÏlOUS PLASTER CEILINGS.-Write J\ i-.! Ne« 'It «tinted Citalomie

BROWN and FINNFY limited,

'Phone, Reilfern 604 Wyndhin street Ale-andri;

ERICKS -Good~Bricks, Chea; Brkks, Common, and

OK

STANDSUR1 BRICkWOIjhS

St denham rd_ JI_____ü!£__!__L _-_'_. T__Pot_106 CONTRACTORS-If yon require Link Wire Winnow

Gurrds or an» other kind of W ¡rework, call r the cheapest place in Sydney for it

1 AbTWAY BROTHERS. 330 2X> George-street

G

1 Al A AMS1 D IRON GUTTFRINC, DOWNPIPK ~ 1 te , AT CHANT S

lou ran »ate money and obtain the mo=t reliable brands bt ,

getting tour Galtanlsed iron at

C ram. c

We run suppl i mi with Corrugated or Plain Dottnpipmg Guttering,

Ridge Lapping ric , at lowest omrrnt prires. Satisfaction assured

If unible to call «. aur Showroom« riiie- Citt 401» 1016 or 4016, nnd a tratcllcr will wait on toi

G 1 CRANh AND SONS ITD

Head Office and Showroom«

33 3a Pill street, Circular Quay, S)dner

GAI A Corr and Plain Iron, all lengths and gauge«

at lowest rates ( ement and Plister just landed nutter Ridge Pipe etc Potten C, I- CRAN! and SONS, ltd 13 li Pitt street Clniilar Quat

SLATrs -Estímales given for Slating, Tiling Shing

lim. C. T Cross, Ltd 2 Bridge st T_ City 7705 TO Builders and Otners -Do j ou require Blue Metal

anv size at lowest price? if so, telephone CR« 657, or Kiama 4 Minnamurra Blue Metal Quarrle»

Cenrge nnd Wvnmrd street" Svdnet_

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL NOTICES M

UNICIPALm 01 BURWOOD

NOTICI Is herein given that open Court for ihe purpose of Retisini. the Supplcmeiitari lists of I 'c<

tors of this Munn wallt t (or the current tear «III be hold »t tin (OUR1 1IOUSI BURWOOD on MON DAY, the ldth DICLMBIR 1016 at 11 o-lock pin

C.IORGI- SIMTSON

Town Clerk

December 0 1011>_

POULTRY. DOGS. JTC_

.-MAS 1 0ULT1U - Mu« Drake« 11 Ducks 7s Hen«

Sv 6s 0J_pr__riiick«_8d ea rs Ad llwin rd M killie )OMN Aust, ^ork and Silkio» ped pup an I old 1

lets I II I i nil n III Cor Ion rd £_ft \ N S

I Al 1 minial llluk Pom» nale ml foliate from

> 1 ri/- wini r _l_rr^mi_ltitlen»_ 1J7 t Iel c rl_ SITTINGS \\ I Bk O ol 1 I 2 _100 1 1* Far],

QPP tram she I Arncliffe 1 hog 48_ PRIMI Mu cow DIKhS Stock Drakes also Duck

lings rhcap Lawton, Oval»u AViIloughby road, Naremburn, near Slade st Must »eil on account »iclau«.

AUCTION SALES.

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l.VUUS'K BAZAAR,

CAMPERDOWN

(cnv).

i TUTS UAY,

COMMENCING AT 10.30'SHARr.

H.LIAM INGLIS and SON «111 sell b) 'auction, at

their Balsar, THIS D AY, as under:

AT 10.30 A.M.

HEAVY and LIGHT HORSES, TURNOUTS, and

VEHICLES of all descriptions.

AT ll.flO A.M

On account OWNER. -

Bay Mare, 6 )e'ar», broken lo saddle and harr"-.,

very quiet, lad) can drltc; Hooded Sulk), and set of llames«. t

On account Mr. WM. FÏS1I.

Bay Gelding, broken to saddle and harness; Rub-

ber tyred Sulky, motor scat, and set of Har

ncsa. v

On account Mr. C, S WHILEY.

Grey Heavy Draught Gelding, 4 .tears; Black

Drai'-ht Stallion, bolli broken to single and doiiCT liâmes«; Double Brick Lorr), and set

Doublo Harness.

On account Mr A. AIKEN.

Bay Pony fielding, 4 )car«, broken to «ingle and

double harness, J Shaft Sulky, with lamps, and

set BrasS'nitd, Harne»s.

AT 12 O'CLOCK.

On account OWNER.

Bay Draught Gelding, hroken to single and

double harness, stanch and reliable. TO RACING MEN' AND OTHERS.

On account Mr. It. BARRY.

OhCRtnnt Fill), 3 .tears, by Sir Aymer from

Burle, tînt ned._

TO CARRIERS AND OTHERS.

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WILLIAM INGLIS and SON have received instruc-

tions from Mewn. MASON and MOAT to sell by auction, at their BAZAAR, Camperdown, city, THIS DAY, FRIDAY, at 11.30 a.m., .

Pair Bay Draught Geldings, thoroughly stanch,

two Double Lorries, 1 Single lorry, 3 Van«, sundry . Harness: also a first-class Hooded _Ruhhcr-tyrcd Sulky, hy Angus, in good order. HORSES HORSES. HORSES. I'ONIES. . ' PONIES. PONIES.

120 HEAD. . 120 HEAD.

FOR SALE AT

' INCUS'S RAZA AH,

CAMPERDOWN

(CITY),

THIS ? (Fridiiy) AFTERNOON,

AT 2 O'CIXJCK.

ILLIAM INGLIS and SON have received instruc- tions to sell by auction, a« above.

On account Mr. IV. OLIVER

Brown Gelding, 15 hnuds, black point«, 6 J"*.,

broken to sad. and har., suit Militar)' Officer.

On account Mr. P. .1. BYRNE.

Che«. Pony Mare, 14.2, thoroughly quiet in saddle

and hamos».

On account Mr. W. QUILTY.

Bay Gelding, a NATURAL PACER, broken to

sad. and har.; Black Draught Gelding, 4 yrs., broken to S. and D, Har., a goon worker.

On account MV. J. SMITH.

Bay Gelding, 0 j rs., broken to saddle and har

, ness.

On account of n CITY FIRM.

Ray active draught Gelding, 6 tears, stanch,

suitable for lorry, work.

On account Mr. \V. MEADOWS.

Brown active draught Mare, ' a good stanch

worker In Single or Double Harness, owner has no further use.

On account OWNER.

Two Ray Draught Mares, thoroughly broken in,

quiet to all class of work.

. On account Mr. W. HANLON; Hunter River.

Grey Gelding, 6 )r«., hy The .World, a good

show horse and good jumper; Ray Mare, fl years, broken to «ad. and har. ; Brown Pony Mare, 6 yrs., by The Gaffer, broken to «addle; Ches. Pon) Mare. 3 years, by Monarch, dam by Chieftain, a natural pacer, handled t^

lead.

On account Mr. .IOHN LKl/tiER, MULLION, YASS.

4 SPECIALLY GOOD ACTIVE DRAUGHT GELD-

INGS, 6 and 0 year» old, all splendid workers.

Also,

20 CHOICE PONIES, 12 to 14 hand», 3 and 4

ycarB old. BRED HY Mr. HUNTER WHITT., HAVILAH (all one brand), BY AN IM- PORTED THOROUGHBRED HORSE FROM

On Account Mr. T. DEVANBY. city Carrier.

20 SPECIALLY COOD DRAUGHT- HORSES, all

4 to 6 year» old, in tip-top lum! feed condi- tion, broken in to all kinds of heavy work; thoroughly stanch and reliable.

.««THE ABOVEWEHE PURCHASED hv Mr. DEV

AN'EY (Unbroken), for hi» Business, at BIG PRIUES, AND COMPRISE ONE t»F 'IHK BEST . TEAMS OF CARRIERS' HORSES IN THE

CITY:' BEING SOLD SOLELY ON ACCOUNT OF SLACKNESS OF WORK. AND CAN ALL HU THOROUGHLY RECOMMENDED.

On Account Mr. COVER WILLIAMS, Garah.

' 80 HIGH-CLASS COLTS and -FILLIES, all the

one brand and by the one' «¡re, VISCOUNT VILLIERS, direct from the Station, from 2 lo 5 years >,old; mostly MEDIUM and LIGHT s DRAUGHT SORTS, in tip-top condition (un-

broken).

On account THE TUBBO ESTATE, Whitton.

10 BIG, UPSTANDING, GOOD QUALITY, LIGHT

HARNESS HORSES, sired by LORD RAN- DOLPH. LANDGRAF, and MASTER DOUG- LAS. These horse« were ali brokin In when 5 years old io either saddle or harness, and should protc very desirable for city woi

On account Mr. M. C. DUNCAN, nUNTER ««IVER.

12 SPLENDID BUTCHERS', BAKERS', and COR-

DIAL WAI.GON HORSES, all 4, 5, and 0 years old, broken in, READY FOR IM-

MEDIATE USE.

On account Mr. II. C1IR1STEY. Singleton.

10 VERY SUPERIOR HORSES, suitable - for

beef and cordial waggon«,, baker«' carts, and all class of city delivery work, 4 and 5

_year» old, broken and unbroken._

KLL.BRED MARLS WANTED.

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have a Buyer for about Fifteen ^Well-bred MARES, by a tboioughbred horse, 15 hands or over, 5 to 6 years old, broken to saddle. Inspection at out Bazaar, .Camperdown, city, MONDAY MORNING NEXT, at 10 o'clock.

WILLIAM INGLIS AND SON,

_? Auctioneers. '_ STORE CATTLE. STORE CATTLE,

DAIRY CATTLE, DAIRY CATTLE. . 400 HEAD. 400 HEAD.

BLACKTOWTTSALEYARDS,

TQ-MOimOW, SATURDAY,

AT 1.30 P.M.

YXltLLIAM INGLIS AND SONt will sell by auction Vila« above.

200 FIRST-CLASS STEER«, 0 months to 2¡r

vcars.

60 SUPERIOR DAIRY HEIFERS, 1 lo 2 years.

60 SPRINGERS and NEWLY-CALVED COWS. .

50 STORE COWS.'

60 MIXED YOUNG , CATTLE.

Competent drovers in attendance.

TRAINS LEAVE SYDNEY AT 8.65, 10.30, m&Jl¿ "HORSES. HORSES HORSES.

" 00 Head. 60 Head,

BE ALE'S SALEYARDS, HOMEBUSH

(Sydney),

TO-MORROW, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11th,

1.30 P.M.

T. H. BEALE AND , CO., J ' will Sell by Auction,

00 GOOD QUALITY' HORSES, comprising HEAVY

AND ACTIVE DRAUGHTS, VAN, TRADES- MEN'S CART AND LIGHT HARNESS SORTS AND PONIES.

Broken and Unbroken.

Including consignment« from Henty, Singleton, and

The Hunter Rlter,

also,

Several Sulky and other Turnouts.

Auctioneers' offices, 259 Pitt-slrcet, Sydney.

Tels., City 485 and 2657._ -HAYMARKET SALEYARDS,

ST. MARU«,

THIS DAI', FRIDAY, DEC. 10, .1015.

200 HEAD CHOICE DAIRY AND STORK CATTLE, 200 w

ËAVER AND PERRY will sell by Auction, __

above, on FRIDAY, 10th Instant, at 1 o'clock

Auv,n0D Head Choice Dalry «nd Store Cattle, oom

" prising SO Choice MILCH COWS, and for-

ward Springers, from 3 weeks off calv- ing SO STORE COWS, 140 STEERS, and choice DAIRY HEIFERS, 15 months to 2J .cars'. _

N.B.-Train leaves Sydney for St. Mary« at 10.30 on morning_----,-,_ -hssvTAN and ELLIS will sell by Auction, at their

Store« off 82« Georgi-strect South, THIS DAY, FARM and DAIRY-'PRODUCT., POULTRY, of ever)'

description, Pigeons, Bird«; Game, etc.

Buvcra please note Order ol Sale:

FGGS. nUTTER, HONEY, etc., at 1.30 p.m. sharp. SUCKERS. CARCASE PORK, VEAL, 2 p.m. sharp! POULTRY. BtRiDS, GAME, etc., at 2.16 p.m. .sharp. -ñÓDUCE SALES will lie held TODAY as under:

'SHEEPSKINS at 0 a.m.; HIDES at .1.30 p.rr . c(1,K«k-iN-s_VEAJH.INOS, etc., at 2 p.m._ -i-xiipn SMITIlT No. fl Municipal Poultry Market«,

Jj ouay-sl. will sell THIS DAY, at 1.30, Poultry, etc., etc.; "t: a P.m. sharp, Carcase Pork_._eal._e___

PIANO, FURNITURE,.ETC.

BY AUCTION.

THIS DAY, 11 A.M.

351 KING-STREET, NEWTOWN, near St. George'« Hall.

GOOD LOT OF SECOND-HAND FURNITURE,

Including:

aOOD-CONDITION'KD COI TAGE IMANO.

1PIFCK BEDROOM SUITE, Reflex Mirror«.

STAINED WALNUT SIDEBOARD. 4 WARDROBES. ? fiMcliesse Pairs, 6 Comb. Chest«. Overmantels.

1)1° rUI? BCTSTKAnS, » and S. BEDSTEADS.

Irfit Linen, Blanket«, etc.

i iMllsTS DR AWEIIS. G.F. Dresser«, D. and h. Table».

IT"w.nd.s «n,R Halistands. RKyOLA'ING BOOKCASE.

Ï imPKA GAR STOVE (New Century), Linoleum.

WALNUT CHINA CABINET, Chain., Table«, Pictures, And 350 other Lot«. _

WITHOUT RESERVE,

tr AS-ilFL . AUCTIONEER. HAMJI.l, L im

H _

T^Srls^iSîToï,0 .Ä1 Ä -,

tl.r. H'hold Frm-, Floorcoverings. Bedsteads and Bed rita. new aíd S.H. Clothing. BedcloUdu« and Sua

MO RBSEBV-. -?

near aue

AUCTION SALES.;

SALVAGE; .

FRO.M THE RECENT FIRE AT THE

AUSTRALIA HOTEL.

TO BE SOLD AT AUCTION,

Tilla DAY, FRIDAY-, 10th DI CKAIBER,

' AT 11 O'CLOCK A.M PROMPT.

Under instructions from

MESSRS, ROOKE AND SPRINGHALL,

Fire Adjusters.

3000 HIGH-GRADE CIGARS,

la Sirona, Upman Invincible Chicos, King George V ,

Upmnn Excelente«, Upman Conchas Boquct, Maria Christina Company General, Ramon Allorlcs.

. SLIGHTLY WATER DAMP ONLY.

TAMES R. LAWSON, u AUCTIONEER.

HAS BEEN INSTRUCTED TO SELL THE ABOVE, AT HIS ROOMS, IBU and 108 CASTLEREAGII-STREET, THIS DAY, FRIDAY', 10th DECEMBER, al 11 A.M.

PROMPT.

TERMS CASH ON THE FALL OF THE HAMMER.

THIS DAT, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, AT 11 A.M.

EXTENSIVE FURNITURE SALE

THE CENTRAL AND COMMODIOUS ROOMS

of

JAMES R. LAWSON,

106-108 CASTLEREAGH STREET,

NEAR PARK-STREET.

AH EXTENSIVE AND VARIED CATALOGUE

of

GENERAL BOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECT?

of

SUPERIOR QUALITY AND MODERN DESIGN.

PRIVATE RES1

WITHOUT RESERVE.

. ALso '

under instruclion« from N

THE EXECUTORS IN. THE ESTATE OP THE LATE

MRS. JOHN McNALL.

MODERN FURNITURE AND APPOINTMENTS

removed from the Residence and the Stores of Beard,

AVaUson, Lid,

LARGE CHESTERFIELD.

A'ERY'FLNB HAND-W-OVEN MIRZAPORE CARPET,

Rich Colourings.

ROYAL^AXMIN'STER CARPETS.

SILVER rLATE, GLASS AND CHINA.

SUPERB BECKSTEIN PIANOFORTE.

AUTO PIANO PLATER by Kästner and Co., London.

STECK COMBINATION PIANOLA PIANO,

HAMILTON COMBINATION PIANOLA PIANO.

WALNUT PIANO, UPRIGHT, BY WAGNER.

MAHOGANY PIANO, UPRIGHT, BY BLUTHNER. ROSEWOOD PIANO, UPRIGHT, BY RR1NSMEAD.

ARGYLE MOTOR CAR,

12-18-H.P., 1015 MODEL, WELL EQUIPPED, and

GUARANTEED BY THE OWNER IN FIRST CLASS RUNNING ORDER. SUBJECT TO F.XPERT IN- SPECTION and DEMONSTRATION. WILL BE ON VIEW FROM 0 O'CLOCK THIS MORNING.

BERLIET MOTOR CAR,

12-H.P., SINGLE SEAT, DONE ABOUT 3000 MILES.

A MOST RELIABLE CAR. OWNER STATES IN

PERFECT ORDER.

TALBOT MOTOR OAR, ' I

15-20 H.P., FIVE-SKATER, WITH SPARE TYRES,

TOOLS, AND SUNDRIES.

UNDER INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE VENDOR,

TO SELL

WITHOUT ANT RESERVE.

SPORTING GUNS

(Double barrel, Breech-loaders).

CREENER, WARD and SON, WALKER TURNER

ARMS CO., and W. C. SCOTT and SON.

VIOLIN, by HOPF, In case, complete.

OFFICE FURNITURE.

Including

BROWN OAK ROLL-TOP DESK, 4ft 6in.

SMALL OAK ROLL-TOP DESK.

OFFICE TABLES,

LV OAK, MArLE, CEDAR, and AVALNUT COLOUR.

Etc, Etc., Etc.

TWO LARGE CEDAR CABINETS pf DRAWERS, each

with nine deep DRAWERS (suitable for Mercer, Draper, or Similar Businesses).

Etc., etc.. etc.

**« ON VIEW THIS DAY PRIOR TO SALE.

TAMES R. LAWSON, " VALUATOR,

FINE ART, FURNITURE, AND GENERAL

AUCTIONEER,

106-108 OASTLERMAGn-STREET,

NEAR PARK-STREET.

TELEPHONE, 7Kio CITY.

FOR SALE BY AUCTION.

FORD, 1914 Model, »Ingle-scater, in first-class running

order, fitted with Master-vibrator, 5 lamps, etc.

STAR, 1011 model, 15-h.p., fitted with high-tension

magneto, In flrst-cln«.« running order.

Both these Cars belong to estates which are being .lound up, and ne are Instituted to sell them b< am lion, absolutely to tho highest bidder, at 12 NOON, TO-DAY. '_

TAMES R.' LAWSON.

" 1W>-108 Castlereagh-strcet. SYDNEY.

TnE BURWOOD SALEROOMS.

ANOTHER AUCTION SALE OF VALUABLE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS.

TÍTIS DAY, FRIDAY,

AT 11 A.M.

FOR AND ON BFHALr OF VERY MANY VENDORS AND IN VARIOUS EST «.TIS. TO CLEAR UP AC COUNTS BEFORE THE COMING HOLIDAY SEASON.

RESERVES I1AVI! BEHN SENT TO Till) FOIilt WINDS OF HEAVEN. AND W11 ARE GOLVG TO SELL

""lF REQUIRING KATRAS FOR THE COMINO XMAS

OR ABOUT TO FURNISH .HIST LOOK IN TO-MOtt ROW, AND YOU WILL FIND THIS THE BEST SPOT

INSIDÊBOAROST:,''SUITIS IN VARIETY FOR ALL

ROOMS CARPETS, LINOS.. BEDSTEADS, AND BUD DING, AND ALL REQUISITES. STOVES FOR FUEL

HUNDREDS OF LINES, SUIT ALL CLASSES OF

BUYERS. TERMS CASH ONLY.

WE SHALL SELL AT AUCTION AGAIN TO-MOR ROW WEEK, DEC. 17lh, the last for thhnycar, it

our Rooms,

Can Sell al Private Residences or Business Places »ny day next week, eveept Friday.

MESSRS. STRONGMAN AND WATKTN, ..".AUCTIONEERS, VALUATORS. ESTATC AGENTS. _'PHONE, U420Q._

CARPETS FOR CHRISTMAS.

DO YOU WANT A FRESH CARPET«

W11 ARE SELLING A BIG LOT TO-DAY,

at 2.30 p.m. prompt. Come and see them,

AXMINSTKRS. BRUSSELS, TAPESTRYS, KENSING-

TONS, and other best makes.

Every Carpet will he opened for Inspection before offered, and sizes given near as possible.

l\f ESSRS. STRONGMAN AND WATKIN,

?"*. THE BURWOOD SALEROOMS,

The best'«pot In till« State for Buyer« and Seller«. If you como once ion will come again. , -NEUTRAL BAY.

Under Instructions from ilie Masterin Lunacy.

UNRESERVED SALE BV AUCTION,

AT (1 OLlVE-STHr.ET, OFF MILITARY-ROAD,

THIS DAV, FRIDAY. AT 11 O'CLOCK.

HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS.

Singer's Drophead Setting Machine,

Rubber Ho»c, Scale«, Tot«, Lolly .lar«, Stock of

Groceries, and numerotl« Sundries.

-YTEW'AI.L AND MAY, LIMITED, IN Furniture and Removal Auctioneers, MOSMAN.

'Phone. Y II"'.._

THIS DAV.

JOHN. P. LISTER will tell by Auction, at his

Rooms, »02 Pitt-street,

The Unredeemed Pledges pinned with Mr. M. Gold-

berg, of King street, Newtown.

At 11 o'clock. Clothing. Boot», Blankets, etc. >

At 2 oViock,' SUNlAlinS AND JEWELLERY. Includ

ing Diamond Rings Pendint«, LirringB, and Ban gie«, Gold WntihcF, Alberts, Links, Bracelets, etc., Lngageuicul, bignell Keepev «ad «fancy

Hingi. -.__,-,-?_-,

AUCTION SALES."

GLEBE POINT.

IN THE ESTATE OF THE LATE

MRS. M. A. LIDDY,

BY ORDER OF THE EXECUTORS TO THE ESTATE.  

THIS DAY, FRIDAY,  

DECEMBER 10, AT 11 O'CLOCK A.M.

AT THE RESIDENCE.

KURANDA,  

NO., 8 TOXTETH-ROAD, GLEBE POINT.

THE WHOLE OF THE

SUPERIOR FURNITURE

AS FULLY ADVERTISED IN YESTERDAY'S

"SYDNEY- MORNING HERALD,"

Including

THE BRINSMEAD PIANOFORTE.

VALUABLE INSTRUMENT, FULL UPRIGHT MODEL, in HIGHLY POLISHED ROSEWOOD CASE IN BEAUTIFUL ORDER, BY THE WORLD RE NOWNED ENGLISH MAKERS,

JOHN BRINSMEAD AND SONS,

PURCHASED 3 YEARS AGO FROM PALING and CO.

Etc., Etc., Etc

w

A. LITTLE, AUCTIONEER AND VALUATOR

of

THE FINE ARTS, ANTIQUES, FURNITURE,

MERCHANDISE, and GENERAL EFFECTS.

AUCTION ROOMS and OFFICES, 93 PITT-STREET.

Two doors from Moore-street.

TELEPHONE, CITY 4085.

THIS DAY', DECEMBER 10th, AT 11 A.M.

.AT MYEE, TULIP-STREET, CHATSWOOD.

UNDER IMPERATIVE INSTRUCTIONS.

Cedar AA'ardrobe, Cedar Chest of Drawer«.

Combination Chests, Rattan Settee.

DOUBLE \NO THREE-QUARTER NICKEL ITALIAN^

' BEDSTEADS, Wires, and Knpok Bedding.

Wainui Hallstand. Walnut Card Table.

Dining and Occ. Tables, Spindle Back Chairs.

Rattan Settee and Chairs, Linoleum.

Mangle, Dresser, Safe, Crocker)'.

Kitchen and 1-aundry Utensils.

A. (!. JENKINS ."? will sell à« above Tins MORNING.

WITHOUT RESERVE.

THIS DAV, DECEMBER 10. at 2.30 P.M.

On the premises, S8 GEORGE-STREET AVEST.

GLASS CASES, COUNTERS, SHELVING.

FIRST-CLASS W1NDOAV FITTINGS.

A. G. JIONKINS ?^ ha» been Instructed to sell a» ahote THIS DAT.

Tlieso are a very, good lol of Shop Fittings, and would suit Chemist, Dentist, Tobacconist, or Con-

fectioner,

_ABSOLUTELY NO RESERVE._

CITY. "

SPECIAL NOTICE.

FURNITURE. FURNITURE.

THIS FRIDAY, AT n,

ON THE PREMISES.

681A GEORGE-STREET. HAYMARKET. FURNITURE, 2 BEAUTIFUL PIANOFORTES.

SINGER MACHINES, CARPETS, and LINOLEUMS.

DR AWING, . DINING, HALL, DOUBLE and SINGLE

BEDROOM APPOINTMENTS.

KITCHEN, YARD, ANO LAUNDRV UTENSILS. CROCKERY, GLASS, and ELECTROPLATE.

KNIVES, FORKS. SPOONS, TEAS, and CARVERS. Double. 5, and Single BEDSTEADS, complete.

FOLDTVG. HIGH-BACK, and nil wiri« Al CHAIRS. SUNDRIES of every description.

OAK STDEROARDS. H ALLSTANDS D1NTNG SUTTFS. SOLID OAK F.YTF.N.. ' ? i, 1). TABLE, patent screw. OAK and Mtpt.K m-'nnOOAI SUITES. Al n.-nlity. Lot LINOLEUM, REMNANTS, HAIL CARPET.

2 P M Pint! GtS STOVRS, DRESSERS, SAFES,

TABLES, nOUSE L1NFN.

'. HEBDEN BRODRIBB JV

NORTTI STDNEV, THIS DAT, FRTDAT, DEO. 10,

44 Lnvondcr-street, at,11 a,'m,

Under instruction« from Miss Gibbons, who is leaving

the SUlc,

ERNEST A. WOODBERRY will sell a» above, the

Furnishings of a 7-roomed house, comprising 4ft Bedroom Suite, Marble-lop and Wood AYashstand«,

Dblc., 3, and Single Bedsteads, Lino,, Linen Press, Au». Chair«, Din. and Kit. Table«, Couch -«, 407 Eureka Ga« Stove, Sewing Machine, Meat

NO RESERVE.

TO BUILDERS, CONTRACTORS, COUNTRY BUYERS. DEALERS, AND OTHERS'. HIGHLY IMPORTANT SALE OF ALL THE BUILDING MATERIAL ON THE SITE, Kuston-road, at the tear of the N.S.W. Brick Co., Alexandria. Take Alexandria tram, and get oui I at Huntlcy-st. TO-MORROAA', SATURDAY, DEC. 11, at 2.30 p.m. The Lot comprise»;

|l fint-cl. S-h.p. Ga» Engine, in perfect order.

600 Sheets of Gal. iron, 6 to 10 feet.

60 Ironbark Girders, II x 14, 12 x 12, 10 x 10, 0 x 0,

long lengths.

3000ft of 6 X (1, I x 4, 3 x 3 H.W.

4000ft of l8 X 6, l8 X 4, 12 X 4, 10 X 4 to 30ft long. 2000ft 0 x 3. 8 X 8 H.W. Joist

rXUXIft 8 x 8,' 5 x S H.W. Joist.

60O0it 6x2, 5 X 2, 4 x 3, 4 X 2, 3 X 2. H.W. Joist,

Rafters and Studs.

7000ft 0 x 2, 4 x 2, 8 x 2 Oregon Joists, Rafters, Stud«,

long lengths, and as good as new, 4000ft of 4 X 1 Batten«,

3000ft Lining and Partition Board«.

.1000ft of AVeatherboard», lst-olas« lot.

Large quantity of Kauri Shelving and Redwood Skirt-

ing Board«, 3000ft of 4 x 1 Tallowwood Flooring

Boards,

2000ft of Square-jointed H.W. Flooring. 4000ft of Kauri Flooring.

50 Panel and Ledge Doora.

20 pr«. of Framed Lodged Coachhouse Doors, S and 10

tt. opening. Box Frames and Sashes, Register

Grates and Mantels,

10 i 12 gall. Copper«, Fuel Stoves, large quantity oi

Stotes, Fittings, Gas and Water Piping, Brass

Taps, etc.

G4. L. COOPER has received instructions from Mr.

r A. Coullng to sell the above WITHOUT RESERVE Auctioneer's address, 8 Ilawson-chambeni, Rnwson-placc. Tel., 1570 N.S.

~ PRELIMINARY NOTICE,

BIG AUCTION SALE

of BUILDING MATERIALS.

TO-MORROW, SATURDAY, '

11th, AT 2 P.M.,

at

GEORGE-STREET, BURAYOOD,

at rear of Powerhouse, * 1 near Railway Station.

Under instruction« from Hie owner, we will »eil

WITHOUT RESERVE, 3000ft 3x2 HARDWOOD STUDDtNG. MOOft 4x2 HARLWOOD JOISTS. 1200ft 5x2 HARDWOOD JOISTS. 3000ft 4x3 OREGON PLATES. 6000ft PINE LINING BOARDS.

4000ft PINE FLOORING BOARDS. 2000ft Ox} PARTITION LINING.

2000ft 3x2 OREGON STUDDING, snOOft 4 x 2 OREGON STUDDING.

2000ft RUSTICATED AVEATHTTRBOARDma

TERMS, CASTTAT SALE

TDRUNTNELL AND BA>Tri_RMAN,

LIMITED,

AUCTIONEERS, 3S8A PITT-STREET, CITY.

_ 'Phone, City BM. _

TO BUILDERS AND DEALERS Di TIMBER.

TO-MORROW, SATURDAY, DEO. 11th, at 2.30 P.M.

on the premises, at foot of Johnston-street,

and "The Cretccnt," Annandale.

(Take Balmain tram.)

.JAMES " COWAN

has rccivcd Instruction« to fell in LOTS: 3000 (cet 10 X 1 PINE SHELVING,

6000 feet 8 x 11 PINE. '

8000 feet 4 x 1 and 0 I 1 T. and G. and V. Jointed

6OO0 feet I \ l'nnd 0 x 1 HARDWOOD.

10,000 feet 3x2 and t x 2 HARDWOOD.

3 X 3, 4 \ 4, 6 x 6 HARDWOOD.

Also

Door«, Sashes, Bath«, Enamelled C.T. Sinks, complete

Kit of'Carpenter's Tools, Cramps, otc.

/The above Lois of Timber arc In splendid erder.

Sorted, Cleaned, and Stacked In suitable lots.

_TnRMS~~ÖASH, *

rpHE War Issues of the

"SYDNEY MAIL"

arc so much appreciated by the public that it is diffi- cult to «itlnf) the demands for them. People who wish to hate the serie« complete should subscribe to the Popular Weekly.

\ . THE COTTAGE,

callnl

- ' PAN'GBOURNR,

at the Comer of Centennial.avenue and Dardanellcs-rd,

on

GLEN VIEW ESTATE. CHATSWOOD,

will he sold on Hie Ground, al 3 p.m.,

TO-MORROW, smiHDAV.

on East Terni», and 1 orrons Title.

It adjoins (hlslchurst, the home of 1'. r. Hordern, Esq. I» uf brick on Mono, tile roof, verandah, hall, 0 rooms, bathroom, kitchen, pnnlr), and washhouse, gas, and water. The Land has 84ft hy _00ft.

RICHARDSON AND WRENCH, LIMITED,

in conjunetiou with

_.__ Í, KLDOä and CO., Chat-woo* _. _

ACTION SA1ÈT

TI"S BAA IÏÏÎPAT

cm i«Äwl;B

^>I)B) PLBUL ttcriuv

ROOMS 02 ri,írsrn,M

AT 11-io Ay I lit MIT

1UISDV«, riMDÏi

Sil ARES -10 Imitable p.manu. " . 1

I Mentor- Sale ! IJ 1M ' » Mil Uki Comma, al li i |,~ ,", ,

'«I «ich .4 ,o"-nJ1íj »'«»< 11J WOOIIOOAOOIOO Ho,,;, No0',,,, ". f

Üífl« north of «llWnZ,^! CA^ERDO^ "ou, N^C- " cAMPPRDoWrL^ir^^n Mi

AAor,CT K^ ^ "Ut" " 1¿*

\Aonj5TOMcnArr--vght AH""T" ,lt" :

"OWBUSHt,ooVlrr"er ' - -«I -J

HURSTA,.,rl-,"n"W,HcSe DIDLU «^ PFNSHLRST ll,U-dr CoMue an I ,"," "_ J

LAKEMBA Two Cittage, V m¿h,n read ».a

la-ggoMrcel . ° """

DITTO -At B_ , ott.gc Ueeetreet ."^ DITTO-Tttq^VIbtment, « dhroc .twt »,(",_

DITTO -W II" "l ottige t s. lerb ,r, road opr«, »

liroo street "T" *»

BFLMORF -Corner Block Uni ^,v lM ^ CRONLT LA^-^Allotment Caronia aiemf n,1H1& CRONUIIA-Ulotmem Yathoigroad TT", ,, _RICH ARDOON and JA ut-Ara m

POSITlAt CLbARANCF SAIL THIS TISH,

RlDL, \T TUE STATIOît ".ni

BAI ANLt OF IOT«

MIRIAM RILL and the TOWNSHIP SUBD1ATSI0!!

DAUA M T _SIUE, in DE

NOS ' AND l '

at the

RI DJ RAIIWA1 STATION

and

Ri Di TRAM TFRMINUS

BUIIDING SUE«

tt itli a large

PROSPECTIAi A MI 1 BUY AOtt

RIDE AT Till STATUT,

AlUht

GO All! \D HUIDLA,

and will

Dt\ bl OP IN TO \ l HEAT SUBURB

on the

HOR.NSBA AND »1 It VT1IHFU) LUE.

IIRHÎM T1RM5 / J FTAF POUNDS , er lot deposit haUnre M nwtil

«ni enta per cent interest TonT Mt 1

, TRAINS ON I)A\ 01 SAU 1215 12.19 III _J

IS 10 ^1

lithograph« oltainallr Iron auction«,! ? Obtain one and inspe I tie Sites before tor il M

POSH IA I UIAIIANCI SALL

AUCTION SAI 1 on the fro nd s odo!

TO MORBOW SU URDA.

Uj]

CHATSWOOD LAIsD SALE

« LOTS AND A COTTAGE.

CI I N MUt IsTATt , I ronlmg

'OENTFNNIM AM NUI I le nd n0) Cci_.|

road at I ubiie School

ON Till I HOUND AT 3 I M

10 UOftltOtt NAIURDAi

Under Torren' Title ind lai Tint il» Bj

Ootcluinl for ProlerUon of P retu-a

..«This lletatel létale idjo ns the Itoidm'i Grounds of I ( Mord ni Ksq

Vlctts of Suburbs on to Mondains obtained am tal

Clinic «iles

C\l Í. I OH LltH/OS j|

nd

ATTI NP Till SAIT

RICHARDSON AND "REMIi

In roniun t,o, nth

I KLTNL AND LO, UUTSITOOB

TENDEES

Bn

FURNITUR! -QUOTATIONS

1 i ( unge si

F I ÖORL All RS - Price wantcl job radi Vi

_ building «inmoithnl J_i,el_w I T Mi TV TUL ASSIGNH1 ISTAT1 OF I-AND F COI -I- NO1 M STOHUtFFPHI«

(It SA fSl NI) NSW

TFNDIRS are intited for the imltmolrt Aníjll the abóte I state and will le recete! at curda until NOON on MONO Al the Olli inri - STOCK IN TRAD1 ANl 11 ANT -

C encrai Draper! _]S0 " C encrai Draper, £1S0 Clothing in I Alcr

HT)

Boots an) Shoe«

Groocnc« and Pitcnt Medl

enies «" «1» Ironmongery Crockerv, etc "M 1* ?

£1057 16 111 ( I ?J) 17 *

- io") A I

23-' Old

Plint

0 0

.«IS ii

Meta tndftl ?J bill

proal i ? theil»

The Stock Ins been taken In the elmo ner hv tbe Tristcrs Representante Mr P who reports that it is in good condition tlcalli told of bud stock The D str1' perienced un ctccllent härtest and the

portunlt) ant ears to 1 c one ttlncli should

appeal to intone des rous of acquinag - - . which could be made luiralitc un 1er careful una]

ment

I he usual 10 per cent conditions-the 1

tender not necessaril) accepted Stock i... seen, and all inforniation obtained on the

or at our office

HAI BIRG PARSONS and ^

P ii lie

Mudable building

, ¿ Igheit «? k sheets öi'

I ANDERSON

AMirauuft ? Geortno»!

N!

""iï^^ZFOl*

STALED TLNDIRS -Ter Jhe ggggi

PLIEù, etc lor the tear 1»10 ^CU0M)M «

will bo rcceltcd up to 0 «.in on ««

cember - _ "TMA aDA Flour 3.

1'T,MrikTtPo.a"oS<1o Coal and

Boots and Sloes . ."y-lui

: Printed l»T«fl'^n¿VsaecretaS^'1'í

obtained from the Af',S"/Vib from o«.«.*« lion, Clt, road Darling o"<!»»>,$ j^Sg

innlrd.

,1»

I rvirlet rd ( entenmal Par* .__¡SSS-^-rcTra _ 000 Bricks it -

se__aJ

}<*4 from the M I«"»" "?fl ,""oanf«U«l &* Mores SPII. »^«'"Ä'nDAA the Htb*^

TenrlU^.d'US'^icaUrsa.r,^

on application A nERC«HJU-\

Stores Suppl C^mmiltce^^^j^^ljjjjld«

Tte Majestic fit. Market street "ko ^ _ Parlour IT» -'¡^Lme Premise» .»Jt % be obtained at the re^p«m i «»« tween the hour» of U »£ » ° '" to h "*?J der« (addressed to e ece i t^erBt« Ml Alorket street The HW« Itfttiv-r^j

ecssarilt aicepted_At «u» - underlie*"

rpbNDIRS will be '¡¡^l^gaiinK^«!

S'runnera.buckets ¿«Ä nwjjfi

mfNDFIlS, in\i,c'| ",eio" 1l 1|,t.rpM

Ttteitherboarianla^^^,^^

street"_bS^J_!£Lí!SH r-r^pTvM^ñ ¿U?«»'!-' n.»w»_n --^finn T'""~.* TrV..

'L M,ii"'l{,"M-ior'llöarU,l.7"»Im'^ rp, NO1 RS f r P* NT"hy1SjL--rSfilA

JT Ha Rawson eil»» nEU I

.I NO» RS ^T^1?J5j__ïïfi£^

HI- NDI IIS « inlc, <"',"" ____-,_-£-!

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