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Prices charge I nt some HUliios, io Cubinet Photo v -Is in« the Enlargement la/0 the trame 12/0 Total 4J/0

OUR SITCIAL Ol TLR PRICE ni Price to Soldiers in I nlfonn 18/0

APTl R DARK PHOTOGRAPHS

On Fridiis wo take Photographs up till 9 Tim, wilhoot previous annointniont Results and prices arc ti e same as daylight

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448 GEORG! STREET (NI \T llO^ltlb HOTEL)

AND IN LIA I HPOOL CAMP

¡\rO0tt FR1LND8 CAN BUY IX anything j ou can give them

except your Plotograph

It Í6 therefore necessary ti at vour Photograph slould be icrerior, if not urique Superior in light «Uferlor in «lade superior in finish, supirior aa a work of art

A Photograph that will imprcf« the recipient and .ausi the expression That is good '

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SATURDAY MAY

SPrCIAL TRAINS, conveying First and Second Class Patcngors will leave Svlnev for YAunvick Innn Race course at 1153 a ni 12 n 12*0 I1 lo Lol 12 50 and 18pm an I for Hormis at 11 la a m The 0 30 a in 9 4j a m an 1 1 10 p ni trains from Fydnej will set down passentcrs al AAanvick i arm 1 latform it required

Orlluarv and Season Tickets will not be available bj the Special Trains

AND SUNDAY MAY 0

Tomorrow Smhj trans will leave Svrinev foi Llvinool and Mina tit, lo Ricetottrse as follows -

lor Liveriool 8.0 I) 3-> li 4" und 1110 am, ] p ni 2 11 p ne 3 i p ni 1 io p ni , 8.4S p m

B p m , 91 p ni , 9 2 p ni I IO p m , and 10 10

p in

I or Menangle Racecourse at 9 47 a m

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Al C1 AR1 MÍOS

Al AY 10th llth mi mil

BETLRN riCKLIS AT Till If A1 L 01 SINGLi TARE

AND A "iJXRIll

(minimum rates "/ I-irst ila-s and 1/ Second class; will be issued to Clarendon at Sjdniv, Orange, Mudgee Cimlin Picton mid intermediate stations, commencing on AAPDN1SÜAY MAY ') and thtrtaftcr by trams time I to arrive al c1 iron I n up to 3.1 pm on SAI Ultu AY YlAY P available for return until S HURD AY MAY 1J, 111

1 urther particulars can be obtained from Station masters /

Bj OI 1er

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JOVLBNMLNl TRAMAVAYS.

.HMETABIi Al TI RATIONS

MANLY \ AllRABLI N IINE - S ATURD AYS

COMMENCING S ATUKDAY M AY 5 -Alterations will be made in the dot irturc times of trams on the above line on Saturdays

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SUNDAYS

COMYT-NC1N1 SI SHAY A| \Y f - Alterations will be made m the departure tunis of trauus on these lines «ai S tnlajs

For paiticulars seo Han Hulls

By order

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CT 2"")_ Secretar}

T-LW

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TENDERS will be rtctlvtl at the Office of the Railway Commissioiuis fir New South YVilcs Bridge »trcct Sjdniv uitiil no n on t io dates mentioned, for the tollowing SU1 I I IIS ile -

WAY 9th lili -Sui j Ii of tust iron I iping fjr Ultimo

ncj

One 2lin wide Roller Convojor Belt 3"0ft long Specification No 4J0 I rice _/H Chief 1 lectnoal inglnccrs Office 01 Hunter street Svdnej

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Goid5 1 a reel s ind Possongirs ] tigea^c to an 1 from LFURA -in I KA TOOMBA Railway Stations from lrt lulv 101 (o »ni lune 1018 Spocillca

lions at LLURA at ri KATOOMBA Ratlnav Stations | offle ii lit Di trnt Sipirintenlcnt 1 ¡-k1 an! an] office if Hie Mipenutendent °t Lines Bridge

street Sv lucy

Ki-noial of Yard Sweepings Manure etc from ti e station Yard Sydnei for a period of 12 months larfifulars at oPirc rf til Divisional Lnfimeer Sjdm Hallway Station

AUf I SI "iii H17-Su| ptv of ?}<! (thirty six) Indi.«

tun Mi tors lo Rai iwiik Mores cpeilncation No 4Ss I rice 2/0 C lucf 1 leetnr-il I ntlncir s Ollice, 01 Hunter striil Sv hiej

BEPTJ-AIHII loih lor-Supply of one 2'o bp Svn

ein nour Mot ir f r lion vs VU Point AAorl shops Specification No 4SI) Imp '(1 Chief Hectricala.il meer s OlíSce 01 llimltr strict Svilnev

Tendus not niioni] tide 1 Iv preliminary deposits when rtqiued artorling to spectfitatloii will le triated as I f nnsl All teni rs mist be ad Ircssc 1 lo tie Hi 1 aj Commissioners for Vw *-onth AAnlis and en dorncd 'Tender for 1 iping or as the eise mtj li

I he Co ímiísioncrs do not 1 it d tilt m elves to accept «ny toiler

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AMUSEMENTS.

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IR1H à NEW IIIPrODROAIE,

HAYMARKET

MATfNlE THIS AI-TrRNOON, MA1IN] 1 THIS \HLKNOON

at 2 4a Doors Opcu One Hour Larlicr

HIFPOJDKOME

HAYMVlfKI r wiimr

bYDNI Y BROS , LTD COLOSSAL CIRCUS EVFNINGS AT 8. MAT1NEI b

EVENINGS AT S YA 1 DM SD AY and SATURDAY,

Al . ii

AUS1RVLIVS ViUiY OWN. AvTRTIl Fstibliahcl Svdnej CIRCUS 1st Iitiuiry ll-sll

YUltril Over 7 jears of Undisputed Reign CtRCUS Knuui ti Wide AAorld Over YA lill H As one of the YA orld s

CIRCl S 1 !. ADING AMUSI MINT INSTITUTIONS YAIH1II Artists and Novell! s cngn0cd from CIRCUS All puts if the Cloie

YY1R11I III! YMIOIL LAItlll UANaAClvlD IrOB CIRCUS I I ATUH1 >.

YAILlll YAonhv f this C r it Show

CIRCU". Ibis hi son b Attiut lons slaud lil n Clas«

VURTU Aloiu

CIRCUS The lligoku Rm ii Japanese Troti|-e

AAIRTII lilting s Iirfonuut Si ils

OIHCIS Bille} lins Mai ,<. Horsts and Dots YA mill Rowland I in llv Society Ciictis C1RCIS Yiaxlino Ihe Al uri ti ff the YAm

YAIHTH Inn Hell aid li CHU ti luille lockcj«. CIPCl S Iii lliihnus I rtn li iqiioctiiit s

YA Ililli AA n til s 1 erfornun" lions an 1 1 lephanta CIRCI s AAirths leifjrniint Horsis and lonies YURTH And the AAonderfil AYatcr Sinti ttlt CIRCl S liitrodiicinr the C4K0 sml nig lime

YA linil And the Hi uiulul Disai | emt t, Yltrmiuds

IUHVI« Prices 5/ 4/ !/ an 1 2/ C1 ildnn Half

CIRCUS inn cxcei t te 1 amil; Cittle

YAIRI11 Chillitn Half puce t ill I nu on YYcInts CIRCl s rinv a I sltirln Aftirnoons YA 111 HI Box 1 lan at MIIIOIMHIS

CIRCl c S* Id crs in 1 i ifomi a limited to Dress

YA1RTH Circle Holt price

CIRCUS ' lione 1"4 Cit}

AURIH Ai counts pul today it W slurp

c

ÎIÏMGII =, qolo A?ents lor famous British llanos.

Lisy linns_I nr Pillea oJI C eor"c t_

jTsRAMl by CAJNCIKl

M \D \MT IN x'lT ROONTY

(ror Con/1 S ci bord Home Ashfield),

SA DM Y TOWN UAH

TRIDAY, iM'i MAY, AT S PM,

Assisting Artists. Mrs T li K1 11 A

Mss LILIAN i HOST

Mr SID MACDONALD, Mr MARSH IITTI F

Ylr WARAAICK MKrN7iE Mr VLRN BARNETT

POPUIAR rniccs, 1/, 2/. 1/ TI AN OPrNS NICIIOUSON'S,

SATURDAY, 6th MAY,

President Mrs T H Kelly

Hon. Treasurers, Mrs Maclurcan Alisa Connolly

Han Sees, Mrs J F Carlton, MnW H M*.i\?>'_ ftttanTpiANOS Esíiest Temía in Sjdncy, 6 yea» "v»«»»dj it dealtcd. Carncgie'a. S34 Ceorse-«*,

AMUSEMENTS

J- a WILLIAMSON'S THEATRES.

Direction .J. C. WILLIAMSON. LTD.

Managing Director«: George Talli», Hugh J. Ward,

Clyde MeynelL

CRITERION.

FIRST TIME IN AUSTRALIA.

COMMENCING TO-NIGHT AT 8.10. COMMENCING TO-NIGHT AT 8.10.

MATINEE WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY'.

J. C. WILLIAMSON, LTD., present KATHLENE MACDONELL,

Together with

CHARLES WALDRON, In the Brilliant Modern Play,

OUTCAST. OUTCAST.

By Hubert Henry Davies, Author of "Cousin Kate,"

"Lady Gorringe's Necklace"," "The Mollusc,"

"Doormats," Etc.  

CAST OF CHARACTERS:

Geoffrey . Charles Waldron. Hugh . Lewis Willoughby.

Tony . Louis Kimball

Taylor . J. Plumpton Wilson    

Miriam .-.. Kathlene MacDonell

Valentine ... Beryl Bryant Nelly ... Clarice Hardwick

Maid ... Audrey Worth

Play produced by E. W. Morrison.

A PLAY EVERY WOMAN WILL WANT TO SEE.

PLANS at PALING'S till noon, thereafter, with I Day Sale, at White Rose. Price» «a usual, plu» tax.

HER MAJESTY'S. Pitt and Market itreet«.

MATINEES. TO-DAY AND WEDNESDAY, AT 2.' MATINEES. TO DAY AND WEDNESDAY, AT 2, MATINEES. TO-DAY AND -WEDNESDAY, AT 2.

Big, Beautiful, Brilliant,

TTTE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT. THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT.

This Evening'» Performance begins

PROMPTLY AT 7.45, PROMPTLY AT 7.4«.

Overwhelmingly Great.

Produced by CHAS. A. WENMAN. Ballets, etc., by Minnie Everett.

, Plan» »t Paling'» till Noon; thereafter «t net Majesty's office, Market-street. D»y Sale at Calle«'». Prices a» usual, plu» tax.__

]yj ARIE TEMPEST.

mi

E HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT.

The Song that made the Pantomime Famous.

A-N-Z-A-C. A-N-Z-A-C. A-N-Z-A-C.

Price 2/.

Some Songa »re here to-dav and gone to-morrow\ but "A-N-Z-A-C" is here for all time. The title of the Song tells you what it i& ail about, while the Music is so catchy that it is licing sung, hummed, whistled, and played throughout the length and breadth of Aus- tralia. Eiery true-blooded Australian appreciates "A-N-Z-A-C," BO add a copy to your Music collection.

The other Song» in "House that Jack Built" aro:

"OUR BOYS" . Price 2/.

"BABYDOLL" . Price 2/.

"TULIP SONG" . Price 2/. "PRETTY BABY" . Trice 2/. "JINGLE JOHNNY" . Price 2/. "ALAIUMA JUBILEE" . Price 2/. "OUR OWN DEVR FLAG" . Price 2/. "WHEN YOU WORK A TULIP". Price 2/. "I'VE GOT YOU ON A STRING" . Price 2/. "LET ME CALL Y'OU SWEETHEART" .... Price 2/.

The above Songs are obtainable from

. ALL MUSIC SELLERS,

or direct from the Publishers, price 2/ each, posted

one penny extra.

ALBERT'S MUSIC STORES,

"Boomerang House," 137-0 King-street, SVDNBY, _ "Where the Music Hits come From."_

T

101VN HALL, SYDNEY.

THURSDAY, MAY 31.

AT 8 P.M.,

I

In aid of the

WAR CHEST FUND.

A MISCELLANEOUS PROGRAMME.

THE

SYDNEY CHORAL SOCIETY. Mr. W. Reginald Gooud, Conductor.

1 CHOIR AND ORCHESTRA. 400

A NOTABLE MUSICAL EVENT.

"TO WOMEN,"

"FOR THE FALLEN."

(The Big Australian Choir!

With an Australian Conductor! I

In the Latest Music of England's Foremost Composer,

SIR EDWARD ELGAR.

Net proceeds to swell the

WAR CHEST FUND.

Reserved Scats, 6/; Unreserved, 3/ and 2/.

Plan opens at Paling'», 16th inst.

W. D. RANKINE.

lion. Secretary.

"ROYAL PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY ?" OF SYDNEY.

CONDUCTOR .... Mr. JOSEPH BRADLEY.

"FAUST" (BERLIOZ),

AT

SYDNEY TOWN HALL,

* THURSDAY, MAY 10, MJ7,

AT 8 P.M.

Soprano . Miss MURIEL BARTON. Tenor . Mr. PHILIP NEWBURY.

Bam .V. Mr- ANDREW BLACK.

Supported by

CnORUS AND ORCHESTRA OF 350.

RESERVED SEATS, 5/: UNRESERVED, 3/ AND 21

(Plus Tax).

FUTURE CONCERTS.

JUNE- "STABAT MATER" (Diorak) and "1VAL

PI'RGIS NIGHT"

(Mendelssohn).

SEPIFVRER -"CAR»CTIC!'S" (Elgar).

NOVEMBER-MISCELLANEOUS.

SUBSCRIBERS of £1/1/. (plus tax of I/O) receive Two Reserved Scat Ticket« for each of the above tour

Concert«.

PLAN opens at Paling's, May 3rd, 0 a.m.

II. R. MARRINER, Hon. Secretary.

_co. Pilling'», Ltd.

THE

Pi

HE Biggcnt House deiotcd to PIANOS, Pla.icr

' juno», and Organs, is Carnegie's, CJl Ccorge-st.

GRAND OOStll) CONCERT,

CONSERVAI OKIUM OF MUSIC, WEDNESDAY, MAY 16, 1017.

Plan opens at Paling's Wednesday next, 0th inst.

Subscription, £1/1/ per annum, plus tax, 1/9. 3 Tickets ¿or each Concert (4) during jeir.

E. W. SALIER,

lion. Secreury. BOX 1180, G.P.O._

ST. JAMES' HALL.

PROSClâÎES^ONE.ACT PLAYS-SKETCHES

and RECITATIONS.

MUSIC-TORZILLO'S. v

PLAN AT PALING'S."

_PRICFS: 2/ and 1!._ -(VE YEtRS allowed if required, to complete pay-

ment for any Carnegie Piano. 331 Gcorge-st.

pïlONGA * gYDSErs **«.

WONDER

KOO.

OPEN FROM 10 TO _

AMUSEMENTS.

TIVOLI : THEATRE.

Hirry Rickard» Tivoli Theatre», Ltd.

oovcrning Director .... HUGH D. M'INTOSU.

TIVOLI FOLLIES MATINEE TO-DAY. TIVOLI FOLLIES MATINEE TO-DAY. TIVOLI FOLH1ES MATINEE TO-DAY. TIVOLI FOLLIES MATINEE TO-DAY'. _ Commencing at 2.3o.

"?J^VOLl THEATRE.

The Home of Ianghter.

THIS AFTERNOON, 2.30. TO-NIGHT, at 8. Lier Changing Fun that Never Wearies.

LAST SIX NIGHTS ' TIVOLI FOLLIES.

LAST SIX NIGHTS TIVOLI FOLLIES. LAST SIX NIGHTS " TIVOLI FOLLIES. LAST SIX NIGHTS TIVOLI FOLLIES. LAbT SLX NIGHTS TIVOLI FOLLIES. LAST SLY NICHTS TIVOLI FOLLIES. LAST SIX NIGHTS TIVOLI FOLLIES. LAST MX NIGHTS TIVOLI FOLLIES. LAST SIX NIGHTS .TIVOLI FOLLIES. LAST SIX NIGHTS TIVOLI FOLLIES. LAST SIX NIGHTS TIVOLI FOLLIES.

In En

A Dlfferert Program of Hilarious nilarily

Every Eicning During tile Follies'

Farewell Season.

AU the Old Favourite» and Sparkling New Item».

LAST SIX NIGHTS OF MISS VERA PEARCE, LAST SIX NIGHTS OF MISS VERA PEARCE, LAST SIX NIGHTS OF MISS VERA PEARCE,

The Lovely Boomerang Girl.

LAST SIT NIGHTS OF JsCK CANNOT. IAST SIX NIGHTS GEORGE WELCH. LAST SIX NIGHTS DAISY YATES. LVST SIX NIGHTS PrGGY PEAT.

LAST SIX NIGHTS SYDNEY YATES. LAST SIX NIGHTS JI'AN KEITH.

LAST SIX NIGHTS ELSIE PARKES.

LAST SIX NIGHTS OF FOLLIES CHORUS.

Season Positively Concludes Friday.

Continued Succès» of _

MALCOLM M'EACHERN, MALCOLM M'EACTTERN, MALCOLM M'EACHERN, MALCOLM M'BACHERN, MALCOLM M'EACHERN, MALCOLM M'EACHERN,

tr« Great Basso, in the Biggest Hit» of his

Repertoire.

RIT.n and WRIGHT, TWO MAYOS. REED and WRIGHT, TWO MAYOS, REED AND WRIGHT, TWO MAYOS,

Noveltv Entertainer». Smart Acrobat«. OWEN LEWIS, LEEDS AND LF.MAR, GWEN LEWIS, LEEDS AND LFMAR, GWEN LEWIS, LEEDS AND LEMAR, Sunny Piano Songs. Delightitil Drollery.

pian, Nicholson's and Tivoli. 'Phone 0^24 for Reserve«.

jyjARIB - TEMPEST.

rpHEATRE

"J1NKEB."

SPECIAL MATINEE TO-DAY, AT' 2 P.M.

POPULAR PRICES.

¡[¡THEATRE ROYAI/.

LAST NIGHT TO-NIGHT.

LAST NIGHT TO-NIGHT.

LAbT N1Û11T TO-NIGHT.

Which bring» to a most successful close the Special Season of the deverell Australian Play yet produced,

JINKER. JINKER. JINKER. JINKER. JINKER.

JINKER.

ONE MORL CHANCE TO SEE "JTNKER,"

LAST NIGHT of FRED MACDONALD, «a "GRAFTER"-the most original Australian character

part ei er portrayed.

LAST NIGHT of HARRY MACDONNA, whose cheer ful grin as "JINKER" ha» got all Sydney laughing.

LAST NIGHT of the whole Brilliant Company at wtU-known artists In a play that

YOU WILL LIKE FROM START TO FINISH

WHAT THE PRESS SAYS:-"The Best Australliln

Play to date." "As Australian as the Gum Leaves." "It s well worth seeing.** " 'Jinker* ha» put Austra- lian Drama three step» up the lauder.**

THE PLAY' WITH A WONDERFUL LOT OF

LAUGHS.

PRICES: D.C. and R.S.. 4/: Stalls, 3/; Early Gallery, 2/; Late Gallery, 1/ (plus tax).

PLAN at Paling'» till 1 p.m., thereafter, with Day Sales, at Hill's, next Theatre.

MATINEE TO-DAY AT 2 P.M.

Jj^ARIE TEMPEST. ST

TE CONSERVATORIUM OF MUSIC,

N.S.W.

(Henri Verbrugghon, Director).

Second Term Commence»

MONDAY, MAY 21.

Students can now be enrolled.

Tuition in every branch of Musical Art and Elocution

by a staff of

Highly QualiScd Professor».

Evening Classe» in all Subject«. WEDNESDAY NEXT, 8.5 P.M.,

DrRECTOR'S fth LECTURE-CONCERT,

Illustrated as usual by the Vcrbrugghen String Quartet,

Programme includes:- *

Quartet in C Minor, Op. IS, No. 4 Beethoven Quintet in F Minor, for pianoforte and »tringa

Cesar-Franck.

At the Piano, MISS MYRTLE MEGGY.

Subscription for Full Session, £3/3/.

Subscription for Term o( 0 Concerts, £1/1/.

Single Seats, Reserved 4/, Unreserved 2/6. -

CHORAL AND ORCHESTRAL CONCERTS.

Subscription Tickets now ready.

2 scat» reserved for each concert (six in session), 31/6; biugle beat», Kescried 3/0, Unrcocrved 2/.

Prospectus and all information on application to

A. STANLEY WARWICK,

Registrar. 'Phone, City 6720 for inquiries.

(3EB9)_

iWN HALL, SYDNEY.

SUNDAY ORGAN RECITAI*

THE USUAL SUNDAY ORGAN RECITAL will be held at the Town Hall, Sidney, TO-MORROW, SUN- DAY. 0th MAY, 1017, ,it .1.15 p.m., by the City Organ- ist, Mr. ERNEST TRUM IN.

Dated this second day of May, 1017.

THOMAS U. NESBITT.

Town Hall. S}duey._Town Clerk.

T

IOYVN HALL, . , SYDNEY.

SATURDAY vORGAN RECITAL.

OWING TO THE TOWN HALL, SYDNEY, helngj

OUIOIIUM; engaged, there will 1« NO ORGAN RECITAL, TO-DAY, SATURDAY, 5th MAY, 1017.

Dated this second day of May, 1017.

THOMAS H. NESBITT,

Town Hall, S}dncy. Town Clerk.

LEICHHARDT CABiMVAL,

LEICHHARDT PARK.

In aid of St. Martha's Industrial Home, Leichhardt. EXTENDED TO li P.M., SATURDAY, 5th INSTANT.

WHO WILL BE QUEEN?

Grand Fireworks Display each evening.

Wild West Circus, Merry-go-Kounds, Slippery Slide», and numerous other attractions for youth and agc.

W. BRAMLEY-YOUNG,

_____Secretory.

WN a GOOD PIANO, pay for it as }ou can afford. _Easy Tern«. Carnegie's, 334 Gcorgc-st._ TlKPERTOIiV THEATRE, NEXT WEDNESDAY', Mav JA ti, at 8 pin., a GRAND CONCERT, gnen by the SYDNEY JEWISH ASSOCIATION, In aid of the Relief Fund for .lewd in Russian War Zone, Assisting artists: signora Ferrari, Sid. Macdonald, Warwick McKenzie, Charlie Phillips, Brenda Deloitte, Elsie Pabcoe, Pauline Goldberg, Montgomery Stuart, and others. Plan ut Palings, where Tickets are obtainable, 6/, 4/, 2/.

Hon. Organiser, JUDAH GREEN.

Concert tinder direction of

S1GXORA FERRARI PASSMORE._

O

TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT.

Miss IDA COUGH'S PUPILS.

ST. JAMES'S HALL, PHILLIP-STREET.

FOURTH ANNUAL PIANOFORTE RECITVL,

by the Pupils of Miss Ha Gough, L.A.B.,

assisted by

Misses Grace M'ColI, Muriel Patte, Dulcie Huxtable,

Florence Caudwcll, Mesu-s. Montgomery Stuart, Long, and M'Aucny.

Plan at Paling's. Tickets, 2/.

Net proceeds to Y.M.C.A. Field Service Fund._ DON'T le Mitistle'il with less than the best. Buy a

OARNWilEJ'IAW____Gcj_gcj,t._ 1"»ITT-STREET CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH -Mid-

day ORGAN RECITAL, WEDNESDAY NEXT, at 1.15 pa, by Miss LILIAN FROST. Assisting Artist», Mrs. H. B. Allard and Miss Leah M}crs. Programme, Paling'». Special offering for Loaf Fund, French

Australian League.

WAVERLEY DISTRICT BAND.-Toncert, Coronation

Hall, May lil. Amateur Comic Singing Competi- tion. Prizes, 2 gns. and J gn. Audience judges. Entry fee 1/. Brass instrumental solo. Prizes, gold and hiller medals, entry fee 1/. Close Mav 10. J. Ferguson, Secrotnrv. 171 Grafton-strect. Woollahra._ TJOPULAR Bntlah PIANOS at prices to suit every | X. pune. -MT terms. Carnegie's, 334 George-it

AMUSEMENTS. nuns TO THE

MATINEE TO-DAY AT 2. MATINEE TO-DAY AT 2. MÁTENLE TODAY AT 2.

Children half price, except Late Gallery.

pALACE

NIGHTLY AT 8.

)AY AND YVEDÏI )AY AND WEDNI

COT TUB WHOLE TOWN LAUGHING.

ANOTHER. BRILLIANT SUCCESS!

The Hit of the Season,

«TURN TO THE RIGHT," "TURN TO THE RIGHT."

A MASTER PLAY OF MIRTH. "Joyous show at the Palace."-S. Sun.

Ha« anyone in this town got 125 Dollar«*

Play produced by Gaston Mernie.

Plan» at Nicholson'».. Day Sale» at the White Rose.

JjbJARIB TEMPEST.

fJiO-NIGHT, > TO-NIGHT.

MANRESA HALL, !

CABLOW-STREET (First Paat Ridge-street),

NORTH SYDNEY.

GRAND CONCERT,

by

TUB LONDON CONCERT COMPANY.

Misa CARRIE LAÑCFLEY,

Mr. PHILIP NEYVBURY, Mr. CHARLES SMYTHE,

Assisted by

Miss« Grace Saville, Ivy Auen,

\ Messrs. AY. Bruce Clarke, G. Vera Barnett.

PRICES: 3/, 2/, 1/. TOWN HALL,

N. J. GEHDE'3 NEXT CONCERT, SUNDAY AFTERNOON YVEEK,

S SHARP.

Splendid Programme in Preparation

Admission Free. Collection.

fJlATTERSALL'S CLUB,

SYDNEY.

MAY RACE MEETING.

(Registered.)

SATURDAY, MAY 10. 1017.

THE 1TORDLE RACF..

A Handicap Sweepstakes of 1 sov. each, l/ilh 2O0 MT«.

added. ABOUT TIA O MILES.

THE FLYING HANDICAP.

A Handicap Sweepstakes of 5 aova, each, 1 forfeit, (

wits 250 aova added. SIX FURLONGS

TATTERSALLS STAKES.

A Handicap Sweepstakes of 4 sovs. each, I forfeit,

with 200 sovs added. For all horses which have not won a prize execedbig 60 aovs in value up to time of running. ONE MILE.

TWO-YEARS-OLD HANDICAP.

A Handicap Sweepstakes of 4 sovs each, 1 forfeit,

with '200 nova added. SIX FURLONGS.

THE WINTER STAKES.

k Handicap Sweepstakes of 8 sovs. each, 1 forfeit,

with 400 sov« added. ONE'MILE AND THREE

TITE WELTER HANDICAP.

A Handicap Sweepstakes of 4 sova. each, 1 forfeit,

with 200 sovs added. Lowest handicap weight, 7st 71b. ONE MILE.

A.J.C. BULES, BY'-LAYVS, AND REGULATIONS.

ENTRIES for the above Race« are to bo made with

the undersigned before

4 P.M. MONDAY, MAY 7, 1817.

Programmes with full particular« may be had on application.

J. B. OLL1FFE,

Pitt-st, Sydney. Sec. Tattersall'« Club.

Easy Tonn«. Fair Prices, 331 Oeorge-at

.pROTTING.

ON VICTORIA PARK RACECOURSE,

IN AID OF MONARO DISTRICT HOSPITALS.

AUSTRALIA'S CHAMPION'S COMPETING.

FIRST RACE, 2 P.M.

SPECIAL TRAMS DIRECT TO RACECOURSE GATES.

TIEMBLA GRANGE RACING CLUB.

TUESDAY, MAY 15, 1017.

"Horses registered in accordance with Rulo 34, A.J.C.

Rule» of Racing, only will be allowed to be entered."

THE NOA1CU~HANDIOAP

Of 40 Sovs.; second horn; 3 sovs., and third horse 2

Bovs. from the prtrc. For horses that have never won a Hat race prize exceeding the value of 25 soya. (Maiden rares execpted) tit time of starting, SEVEN FURLONGS.

THE FLY ING HANDICAP

Of 7.» sov«.: second hoi«c 10 sov«., and third horse 6

sovs. from the prize. SIX FURLONGS.

THE JUVENILE HANDICAP

Of 46 Sovs-; second horse 3 BOVS, and third horse 2

aovs. from the pri?e. For twoycars-old. FOUR AND A HALF FURLONGS.

THE MAIDEN HANDICAP

Of 40 Sovs.; seiond horse 3 sovs., and third horse 2

BOVS. from the prize. For all horses (maidens at time of starting). SIX FURLONGS.

THE LAKE WELTER,

A Handicap of 60 Sovs.; second horse 3 «ovs., and third

horse 2 sovs. from the price. Lowest handicap weight, 7st 71b. SEVEN FURLONtiS.

THE KEMBLA CHANGE HANDICAP

Of 7.1 sovs.; second horse 10 sois., and third horse 6

sovs. from the prize. ONE MILE.

ENTRIES CLOSE with Hie undersigned at 4 P.M., on MONDAY, 7th MAY, 1017.

YA'eights will he declared on or about THURSDAY, 10th MAY, 1917.

' A. T. ROBERTSON, Secretary,

Telephone. City 7004. - 3 Castlercngh-st, Bjdney, riMIE Biggest House devoted to PIANOS, Player X Pianos, and Organs, is Carnegie's. 331 Ceorgc-st

TI/TENANGLE PARK PONY AND TROTTING RACES.

TUESDAY. MAY 8. TUESDAY.

S3 ENTRIES, S3.

SPECIAL TRAINS leave Sydney at 10.30 a.m. for lloraos (calline at Ashfield. Granville Liverpool, and Cam|»beHtown) 11.40 a.m. (calling at Strathfield. Gran- ville, Liverpool, and Campbelltown) and at 12.10 p.m. frallin" at Granville onlv): arriving at Course at 12.15 n m.. 1 p.m., and 1.27 n.m.

FIRST RACF. 1.50 P.M._LAST RACE. 3.50 P.M.

TRAINS RETURN FROAI COURSE at 4 p.m. (call- ine at Strathfield onlv. arriving back in Svdnev at 6.20 p.m.). 4.10 P.m.. and the Horse Train at 4.85 p.m.

EDWIN WOODBURY.

Secretary.

15 Imperial Arcade. Svdnev.

'Phone? City »MO._

C4KATINO, expert, gnai. teach few I*ssona on private ^> floor, Waltzing, etc Sylph._ltonhL__

vnijj Big Stocks, including British Piano«, at

Carnegie'«, House for Good Piano«, 834 Geoitre^t

Sr

AMUSEMENTS.

QUAND OPERA HOUSE.

Direction .... Ben J. Fuller and John Fuller, Jr.

MATINEE TO-DAY, AT 2 MAT1NLE TO-DAY, AT J.

No «oman will willingly ndsi this dilighttul wie »tory of the Princesa Venetia and the gallant «a

Romaine.

EVERY EVENING, S. FIFTH WEEK OF SUCCT.SS.

ALLAN WILKIE,

FREDISWYDE HUNTER-WATTS

And Powerful Cost, in

THE STORY OF THE ROSARY.

Rich in Loie, Laughter, and Thrill«. IT TINGLES, WITH EXCITEMENT.

U.S. 4/, D.O. 3/, Back Seat» 2/, Family Circle 1/. No Early Doora. Tlan Nicholson'« till noon to-day, then White Rose, Optra House Buildings. Plan also

«c Hotel Australia.

]y[ARIB TEMPEST.

rrio

?N1GTIT. , TO-NIQ!

WADDINGTONS PARAMOUNT

PICTURE TOPS,

SYDNEY TOWN HALL.

Commencing 8 p.m.

A MAGNIFICENT PROGRAMME A MAGNIFICENT PROGRAMME

OF PICTURES AND MUSIC. OF PICTURES AND MUSIC.

FIRST APPEARANCE IN SYDNEY

of

MUMME ALVERNA,, MADAME ALVERNA,

The Accomplished English Soprano.

Singing "Ah, fors' c lui" (Travista), and "Barca

?nii,," rr.1». «i ir"iT.»--i Violin obbiigato by Mons.,

M. ALBERT GOOSSIfSS.

"The Golden Calf* (Faust), and "Because."

M. GUSTAVE SLAPOFFSKI'S SUPERB

SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA.

TWO FEATURE FILMS:

BLANCHE SWEET in "THE EVIL EYE"

(Jesse L. Laskv Co.),

IRENE FENWICK »ml OWEN MOORE, in "THE

CONEY ISLAND PRINCESS."

(Famous Players.)

RESERVED SEATS, 2/.

Box Pim at Paling's. Unrcscricd Scats, Cd, 1/, 1/8.

ST WADDLNGTON'S "GRAND"'

(Pitt-street, opposite Hoy.

oppositu Royal Arcade).

KINEMACOLOUR. KINEMACOLOUlt.

William J. bhephard's

"THE WONDERLAND OP

NEW ZEALAND." ?. ' i and

"RAMBLES AND EVENTS ABROAD."

Now the Reigning Success of S}dncy.

Packed at Ki cry Session.

Afternoons (Continuous): 2.15 to 0.15: Cd, 1/, 1/6. Nightly, at S o'clock: (k1, 1/, 2/. Book Seats at Paling'».

Poy Sale at White Rose.

A USTRALIAN PICTURE PALACE, I ?^ corner Liicrpool-st and Wentworth-av., '

HYDE PARK.

TO-DAY,

Ethel Barrymore, in the

Metro. Wonder Play, THE WHITE RAVEN.

Starts 12.0. 2.30. 4.45, 7, and 0.15.

Also,

6th Episode, "LOVE AND WAR,"

of the great super serial,

-LIBERTY.

FULL SUPPORTING PROGRAMME. PRICE: 0/ and if. Children Half Price.

FIVE YEARS allowed if required, to complete pay

ment for any Carnegie Piano. 331 Georgc-st._

^ARWICK FARM RACES, j

THIS DAY (SATURDAY).

. UORSE-R VCTNG..

FIRST RACE, 2.10

SPECIAL TRAINS run right on to the Racecourse

under:

Horse Train, 11.15 a.m.; Passengers, 11.53, 1Î.8, 12.20,1 12.40, 12.51, 12.50, 1.8.

The 11.53, 12.51, 1.8 call at Strathfield.

The 12.0 rails at Granville. The 12.20, 12.40 ni« through.

Tlie 12.50 call» Granville and Fairfield.

Immediate return after last race, reaching S} dney |

about 5.30,

H. B. DANDO, Secretary.

JJAKER'S STADIUM, j

Personal Direction . Reg. L. Baker.

TO-NIGHT, 8.30. TO-NIGHT. 8 30. INTER-STATE FEATHERWEIGHT CONTEST,

THORN (KRANK) v (SID) GODFREY.

Two 0-rounds Prelims: 7.45, Ern Goodwin v Hughie I Dwyer; S.5, Monty Wooli v Ern M'Laughlan. Doora open 7 p.m. PRICES: 10s (Res.), 5s, 3s, and 2s, '

MONDAY NIGHT.

STATE MIDDLEWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP.

LAND (TIM) v (JACK) COLE.

10 Round Contest, Andv Greaies v Hilly Rosa

PRICES: 5s (Res ), 2s, «nd Is. NEXT WEDNESDAY NIGHT, "POP" AND TOURNAMENT.

Five tomney lmnts: 10 rounds contest, TOM TUITE v GEORGE SELLARS; training exhibitions hy Benny Palmer, Matt Murphy, Sandy M'Vca, Alf Davis Jimmy Clabhy and Dave Smith. Also high-rlass vaudeville.

PRICES: 2s (Res.). lçJM, and 1__ Tp \ou want a COO"» l'IVÑ'O'see Hie British nukes

'at ('MiVKGIE'S, 3.14 Georget-t._ AWKFSBURY DISTIMCT AGI1K LI.TURAL ASSO. CIATIO.V.-*.nniiil Exhibition nn the Hawkesbury Racecourse, Clarendon, only 35 miles from Sydney, THURSDAY. FRIDAY', and SATURDAY, May 10, 11, 12 1017. Dig entries m all classes, espceiallv sporting events. Visitors landed right nt the entrance gutes.

Po not BUBS our great Annual (lathering. '

--IE ZOO AND ATHOL GARDEN'S,

J^CUFTON, NIELSEN PARK, and BALMORAL

BEACH.

Steamer» from No. 4 Jelly, Circular Quay, daily !rom|

AU Sydney could not overcrowd these Popular

Picnic Ground».

TARE TO ZOO AND ATHOL, 2d each way; Children Id |

PARRAMATTA RIVER SERVICE.

«earner» from No. 7 Jetty, Circular Quay, at frequent

intervals.

28 Miles of River Scenery for 1/0 Return.

TOURIST HARROUR TRIP EVERY THURSDAY.

Steamer« from Kort Macquarie at 10 «.in. »nd 2.15

P'ALL-DAY TRIP, 2/fl; Half-day, 1/0; Children, 1/

ind 6d.

Tel., 4277, 4278, 4270 City.

SYDNEY FERRIES, LIMITED.

QCEAN EXCURSION TO CRONULLA.

TO-DAY (SATURDAY), MAY 5.

S.S. ORARA,

weather and oilier circumstances permitting,

will leave the Company's Wharf, 3 Sussex-street,

AT a P.M..

arriving back in Sjdney at 0 30 p.m.

Refreshments provided on board at Reasonable Prices.

FntST-CLASS MUSIC. RETURN FARE, 2/0.

NORTH COAST STEAM NAVIGATION CO., LTD. O

ÁVN a GOOD PÙNO, pay for it as" you can ¿Hurd. I

Easy term». Carnegie's, 334 Ocorgc-bt._ I

T7IA1RYLAND TRIP, UPPER LANE COVE RIVER.

SPLENDID PIONIC GROUNDS.

Saturday« and Sundays: Launch every Hour from Fifc I

*» ." Tree Holldava, Eieiy Hal! Hour. ° I

FARES: 1/3; Children, (Id Return.

Week Days: Special Tourist Trip to Head of Naiigation,

2/0 Return.

All Information at Tourist Bureau, Martin-place.

DANCING CLASS held in Kensington Scnnol of Arts,

'Goodwood-street, cicry SATURDAY NIGHT. Be- ginner« awl Advanced. Ladles 1/, Gentn. 1/0. Open- ing night TO-NIGHT. Tel., Pad. 741. _

»~tLFBE~TOVVN' HVI.L," TO-NIGHT, MISS Pn"ÂH!, \JT GREEN'S Ballroom Dame. S lo 11. New Dai»cn, Noveltl etc Glass and Tremain'¡> Orthcatru. Ice cream. I_diesj/_G_Ttn. 1/0 (no tax). 'Phone. L2107. _ M~~ISTETTÏËL CLIFFORD for nil Stage Dancing, Chu»

gat. Afternoon, 3 o'clock. I'riialc Lessons hy

appoint L_0.F._)Ttmp)c,_Eli_betli-street,_8}dncy._ T~*"WOÔD, Teacher Step, Fancy, Ballroom Dancing,

Less., I/, 2/. Australian Picture Palace, L'poul -t. "~ÁÑCTNa.-Ballroom Taught thoro.ignly, privately,

eipeditiousl}, any_iotir. .Mrs. Gould, Q._\ Markets. UTE "and Piccolo, engagements, tuition. Mr. I* irk. Waratah. Arden-st. North Coogee. Pel., City 27J0.

r>N'T be satisfied witli less than th<: beat. Buy a, CARNEGIE PIANO. Î34 George«*.

D

Ff, D

AMUSEMENTS.

General Manager .... AV.'Harrington Miller.

"CHU. PHlLirPA." AT CRYSTAL PALACE,

ALL NEXT AVEEK.

LYCEUM, TODAY,

ENID BENNETT,

in her second Triangle Plav,

"A PRINCESS OF THE DARK."

CHARLIE CHAPLIN,

.m " , »> "THE VAGABOND."

nie Vagabond" starts 12.15, 2.0, 3.45, 5.30, 7.15, 10.10.

Evening Additional.

E. K. LINCOLN in "TUB YAORLD AGAINST HIM."

De Green's Orchestra at Evening Session».

Night Session commences 7.45.

CRYSTAL PALACE, LAST DAY.

CHARLIE CHAPLIN

In

^ , "THE VAGABOND,"

and the RUSSIAN BALLET in "THE DANCER'S ..^_ ., PERIL."

"The Y'agabond" starts 11.0, 12.45, 2.35, 4.25, 6.16, 8.5,

9.5,1.

LYRIC, LAST DAY".

DOROTHY D.ALTON and CHARLES RAY

in a new Triangle, "BACK OF THE MAN."

"Back of tile Man" starts ILS, 12.45, 2.25,' 4.5, 5.45,

7.25, 9.5.

EMPRESS, LAST DAY-.

«DOUG.» TAIUBANKS,

in "TOE AMERICANO"

"Americano" sLarta 11, 1-2.45, 2.30, 4.15, 6.0, Í.45, 0.30.

WEST'S OLYMPIA. LAST NIGHT.

Matinee To-day at 2.30.

WILLIAM S. HART,

. in "THE GUNFIOHTER," Triangle Drama.

Keystone Comedy, ."YILLA OF THE MOVIES."

and 'China," new section of Dorscy Travel Filma,

7\JARIE , '? ' - . TEMPEST.

S

[YDNEY CRICKET" GROUND 1 RUOnr FOOTBALL M5 »OH? PRACTICE

MATCHES. Flrit Match 2 p.m

Admission: 0d lo Ground, fid extra to Grandstand (including Id Amusement Tar): Children half-price.

ROBERT F._WVLY. Manager and Secretary.

iSIT CARNEGIE'S if von are seeking a good Piano.

Big variety. .134 George-st._

TRANCING Mr, SYDNEY' FRITO. ?»-' Teacher Fashionable Ballroom D-Hii*.

Oxford Hall. 175 Livernool-st, facing Hvde Park.

SUPERIOR CLAPS, SATURDAY AFTERNOONS,

'°v In'tnirllon and nraotlep of the One-sfen. Fox 1Y-ot and Modem Ballroom Dances. Class, 3 to 6 p.m.

Mr. r. A. Cnv's ITigh-clnss Ballroom Dance,

YA'cdnesdnv and Saturday rßveninrrs.

Ladies 1/. Gentlemen 2' (8 to 11). Refreshment«.

LATE NIGHT n»NCB.

NEXT YVniNESD.AY EVENING. MAY 9.

Thinning S to 12 run. Sunncr. 10 p.m. Ladles 1/0. Gentlemen 2/0. Evening dress optional.

DANCING CLASSES for BEGINNERS. TUESDAYS

and THURSDAYS, 8 p.m., BATURDAY AFTER. NOON. 2.R0 o'clock. Ladies and Gentlemen, 1/ each.

Advanced Classes Monday* and Saturday«, 8 p.m.. PRIA'ATE'l.ESSON's'nt any time. Terms: 8 Lesson»

21/, 8 lessons lO'O. Single Lesson 3/0,

Send f r our Prosncctus, free,

Mr. and Mr«. ARTHUR J. LTDDY, Professional Teachers of Dancing, Ferndale Academy, 44 and 40 Oxford-sl, AVoolInhra. City inquiries, co. Liddy'« Rootshnp, 87 Liverpool-street, Sydney. 'Phone, City 2800: Padd. 130. BOTTLE'S DANCING ACADEMY.

. ej ri-.-el-ml.sl-eet. Aioere park (near Dowling street).-LESSON'S AT ANY TIME. Come nlonr Ibis afternoon. Opirk Instruction. rtANClNG TO-NIOHT. R to 11. Gentn. I/O, Ladies Free tonight (Urala! Mee 1/). FR7Ï-N1LY SOCIETIES' HALL. NORTH SYD SHY'.-Buttle'« YY'eeklv Dance Tonight, Ladies 1/, Gentn. 2/. Take McMalmn's Id Ferrv and Id tram righi to door. CHRIST CHURCH HALL. OPFOSITV. n Alf,«' AY'. Or-nd Opening Buttle'« YA'cckly Dance. Thurstlay,' Mar 17.

_Mr. and Mrs. BUTTLE. DANCI.NG.-Misses SCOTT'S CLASSES. Evg.

.Soutltcrn Cross Hall, eily, TUESDAY; SAT. AF- TERNOON. PETERSHAM Town Hall, MONDAY Evg., SAT. Morning. KENSINGTON School of Arts, FRIDAY Afternoon, IVEDNKSDAY Evg. TUESDAY Afternoon Cliss foiiiiing in eily. Private Lesson« Daily in CITY ROOMS. 197 Custlereagli-flt, 1st floor. SPECIAL LES- SONS FOR TEACHERS. I-atcst Fox Trot, AValUi Canter, Saunter. 4

'Phone. City 1581; Randwick 1231_ DANCING. ST. J AMES'S "ÎIALL.

His, AVALTERS, Certificated Tearhcr of Dancing, Deportment, anti Calisthenics. Adult Classes every YVEDNESDAY Evening, B o'clock. Saturday After- noon iTn-s, 3 o'clock. Latest Dunces Taught: The Saunter, Ilesit.il uni Walt7, Double Boston, Fox Trot, etc. PRIVATE TUITION DAILY.

Interviews 12-2 »'clock; Saturdays, from 2 p.m. _SI. Jamo«'« Hall._ TyANClNO.- Paddington Town Hull.-Miss V. Allen'» ?U Dance, over}' THURSDAY EVENING, S till-11. Full Orchestra. Ladies 1/ (tax fee Id), Ocntn. 1/11 (tax fco lid); Gloi-es and Pumps. Lite Night Social, THURSDAY, May 17, 8 lill 12. Ladies 1/, Ccntu. 2/.

'Plione, 1.2033._ CCIIOOL OF" DANCING, 199 O. A'. MARKETS, 3rd .O' Floor.-Miss NELLIE CHItlSTIE has Returned to town, mid can be interviewed at the above address. Classes for Operatic «tai Sbtgc Dancing, Friday and Saturday nffernoons. Private Lessons by appointment Danres jDompored and Arranged._ riYHIS AFTERNOON. St. George's Hall, Newtown. A Miss F. ALLEN'S Beginners and Praclltc- Class, 3 to_5._Ladies 1/. fientn. 1/; tax Id. 'Phone, 1.2033.

rpO-NIGHT, St. George's Hall, Newtown,-Misa F. A ALLEN'S Ballroom Dance, 8 till 11. Ladies 1/, tax fee Id; Centn. 1/0, tax fee lid. Gloves and Pumps. .Phone, L2033._ MISSES DESYIOND SCHOOL Music, Theatrical Dane,

ing, Pupils appearing Pierrots, Kidlets, Maude Boyce, Two Dells, Olga Dent. Class, Silt,, I/, private lessnn any hour. 1st Floor, I.O.O.F. Temple. Elbe-st POPULAR British PIANOS at priera to suit every

n.-r,e. Pasy len.is Carnegie's. 331 George-st.

LEGAL NOTICES.

(Continued fiom paso ii.)

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH

W'AI.LS.-I'roUite Jurisdiction.-In tito Batato of EDAVAKO BAHTLEV, late of Adamstown, in the State of New South AA'alcs, Miner, deceased, intestate. Application will be made after fourteen days from the publication hereof that administration of the Estate of tile ahoy enamc-d delcosed may be granted to MARY MARTHA HARTLEY, thu YA'idow of tile bald deceased; and all notices may he served at Huxtoit-strect. Adams- town; and application will bp made to have the usual administration bond dispensed with. MARY' MARTHA HARTLEY,_Biixlun-strect, Adamstown._ IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NF.YY SOUTH

AVALfcS.-Probate Jurisdiction.-In tile Will anil (.«dlcils of MARY ANN STUART, the AVifc of JAMIW STUART, of Morpeth, In the State of New South AA'alcs, Contractor, deceased.-Application will be made after fourteen dava from the publication hereof that Piobalc of the list Will and Coditils of the above named deceased may lie granted to ANDREW ADAM and AVILI.1AM EDGAR FIRTH, the Executors therein named; anti all persons having any claims against the Fatuto of the abovcnami-d dt-ctased ure requested lo send in particulars thereof wit lim Hie said fourteen dava to the undersigned, on w horn all notices may be Bcned. 11. V. HARRIS, WHEELER, and CO., Proctors for the Executors, 23 Boltou-street, Newcastle. Sydney Agent, It. HARRIS, 00 Castlcreagh-stroet, Sydney,

IN THE SUPREMH COURT OF NEW SOUTH

AA'AIJÄ-Probate Jurisdiction.-In the YVill of THOMAS HYDE, late of Thirroul, in the State of New South AA'alcs, Miner, dctxMiscd.-Application will Isa made after fourteen daja from tho publication hereof that Probate ol the last Av'ill and Testament of the abovenamed deeeased may be granted to EMILY MABEL HYPE, of Thirroul aforesaid, the widow and sole Executrix of the said deceased. All persons hav- ing any claims against the Estate of the said deceased | are required to forthwith render the same to the said Executrix; and all notices limy he served at the undersigned address. Dated this 4Ui day of May, lilli. HAROLD COX, Proctor for Executrix. YVoI bulgong. Bv lils Agents, McELHON'E and JJARNES, 15 Castlercaghstrect, Sydney.

STOCK, SHABES, AND MONEY. _t Continued from Pago 10.)_

INDENT, Import, and Export Agent, and Merchant

desires capital to extend trailing farilltes, and assibt deliveries of ¿10,000 orders. See advt, nndcr Partrierrhips. Managet, Box 60?. G.I'.O._

£14 19s paid in.

TAN'IED, £100, 3 months, security positively safe,

lmlldlne_purpoROs._Petrol a, P.O., Rockdale._ <T~not bother with the "just na good" Bacon. Insist "Pineapple" Brand.

DRESS, FASHION, ETC.

ALWAYS TVEAE "JAEGER."

"JAEGER" Pure YVool Under- wear is made in weight« suit- able for all weather». There is a Bplendid ran,'e of styles and weights from which bv select, and when j-ou buy "JAEGER" you have the certainty of ob- taining correct fit and full satis- faction in wear.

THE JAEGER CO. I» BRITISH, and Leading Drapera and Mer- cers everj-where «eil "JAEGER" Specialities.

THE JAEGER CO.,

Australian Branche« i

(Wholesale only),

38-44 York-rtrcet, SYDNEY; and at MELBOURNE. 38-41 York-utreet, (SYDNEY; and at MELBOURNE.

? 'I.

_j__-as^jgsmoKt ETC. WAY'S,

Ki; T*r«

I ifty-thrcc Years. (¡u«llty.

GREAT VALUE

FOOTWEAR.

Our Value« in Mund and reliable. Boats »nd Shoes aro unequalled in Sydney. Ali the ex ariplcB here shown, with man} other« »t all prices, will ghe the satisfaction In comfort and lasting wear which is more tlian ever essential when money counts, as now, for more than usual. We confidently recommend these good«.

20/0

Ladies' Smart Patent Golosh Lace Boot«, high Blatk Gabardine top«, light welted sole», leather Cuban heels, made*on the long French hut, good fitting.

PRICE, 20/« PAIR.

Also similar design in Button.

PRICE, 20/6 PAIR.

27,'fl.

Ladies' Patent Golosh Derby Boot», dull kid top«, no toecap, pump »oles, awi cellu- loid Cuban heel«. iVcry neat shape.

PRICE, 27/6 rAltt.

WE HAVE JUST OPENED A 8IUPMENT OP

I

, -NGLISH-MADE SHOES.

THE «QUEEN" BRAND.

SO/0.

Ladle»' Very "High grade" Quality AU-patent Court "Queen" Shoes, verv light pump eolca and celluloid Cuban heels, finished with iriy smart black beaded trimmings. Suit- able for Eicnlng Wear.

PRICK, 39/0 PAIR. 32/0.

Ladles' Very Smart Glace Kid Court . "Queen" Shoes, covered kid, wooden Cuban

heels, 1er)- light pump soles, made on very new long French last, with pretty Brilliant

bueMcs. A Perfect Fitter.

PRICE, 32/6 PAIR, 33/8.

Ladles' * ery Pretty All-patent Conrt "Queen" Shoe», ver}- light pump »ole« and celluloid Cuban heels, made on the new long French lost, and finished with neat bueklcs. A Verv High-grnde Shoe.

PRICE, 35/6 PAIR, 10/<t

Ladles' All-Patcnt Derbv Lace Shoe», light welted poles, leather Cuhnn heels, smart, long, extended shape. Good Value.

PRICE, 10/6 PAIR, 4/0

Just Opened, a Special Lot of Ladle»' Warm Felt Slipper», for winter. Colour«: Black, Navy, and Maroon

PRICES ringe from 4/6 to 6/U PAIR.

WE PAY CARRIAGE.

WAY'S,

PITT-STREET, SYDNEY.

VALERIA FACE POWDER.

You'll like this Powder the very finit time you use it. It is so delightfully fine «nd «oft being sifted through silk, and it «tay« on the

skin so well.

It Improve« the skin, too. Some of the beat skin food clements known to modem science have been incorporated in thl» Powder. It makes the »kin »mooth and supple.

Trv just one bon-we recommend it,

PRICE, 1/0.

WHAT EVERY WOMAN

SHOULD KNOW

if she is suffering from Superfluous H»ir», i* that I have practised In Sidncv successfully for the past sixteen years the permanent re-

moval of

SUPERFLUOUS HAIRS,

and will glie a Free Trial Treatment to con linee each one that there will not be a new growth, or the return of anv hair removed.

ONE HUNDRED POUNDS REWARD

TO BE PAID IF I FATL.

should lou wonder who I am. ask your Mothers, Sister», or Aunt«, borne of them will tell jou bow reliable I »m.

MOLES OF ALL KINDS

CAN BE REMOVED WITHOUT SCARS,

AND

A WRITTEN GUARANTEE

PACE MASSAGE,

«s dome hv mc. will restore the feature«, eivinr a natural, hcilUiv complexion without cos- metic», for I claim not to beautify but to give you what you had, and you need never loo's your a.-c if you take proper core of the «kin.

COME AND HAVE A CHAT. I WILL HELP YCU.

AND TELL YOU TRUTHFULLY WHAT

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