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C00T7 COUNTRY VISITORS.

' COUNTRY VISITORS.

COUNTRY VISITORS. COUNTRY VISITORS. COUNTRY VISITORS. COUNTRY VISITORS. COUNTRY VISITORS.

I CET YOUR PHOTO TAKEN NOW.

OF.T YOUR PHOTO TAKEN NOW.,' ; GET YOUR PHOTO TAKEN NOW. , . CONTINUED TOR JANUARY,

"Our Special Christmas Ollera hal o been specially Kcparcd for Countrj Ylqtors. Every Christmas «e

r oursehcs out to gho the biggest possible value. Rut our first consideration is quality: the Photos and Enlargements In thc<e offers «111 neither spot, fade,

nor deteriorate, but are \

ALWAYS BRIGHT AND HEMJTirUL.

HIGH CLASS HORK IN EVERY PORTRAIT.

Tour Special Oilers

Ï/B. 12/6, IS/fl, and 22/fi.

«l» for even* purse. All Good,* High class, Artistic.

rilinri OFFIIR.-A Splendid Presentation Picture.

A BEAUTIFUL BIRTHDAY OR WEDDING PRESENT

SOMETHING THAT WILL BE AND REMAIN

,TIIE PRIZE OF THE COLLECTION._ PHOTOS IN 8 DAYS Al'TFR RETURN OF PROOF.

SPECIAL NOTICE.

Wa. take Photograph« In any weather. Wet weather nukes no différence to our instantaneous process. We «leo send Photgraphs to any address. '

FRIDAY NIGHTS.

On Fridays our Night Studios' are open until 9 o clerk -Result just a« good as daylight photo». Same

Prices. /

TTIB

CROWN ' 1 . STUDIOS,

4« GEORGE-STREET (.next to Roberts' Hotel).

»'.UNTKRBUBY

GOVEKNMENT mm& RAILWAYS.

PÂTÏK RACES.

TO-DAY, TUESDAY.

SPECIAL TRAINS will leave Sidney for Canterbury .t VLM ua, (Horses), 12.17, 12.32, 12.47, 1.0, L8, and

Season Tickets will not be »vailnhle by the Special

Trains.

By order.

(Tills»)_<? J S SPURWAY, Secretary.

fTtlVOLI

^PWAL 5F

AMÜSEMENTS._

THEATRE.

naT ADA.REEVE MATINEE TO-MORROW. PTNAL ADA REEVE MATINEE TOMORROW.

rou ' THEATRE."

Harry RIckard» Tivoli Theatre«, Ltd.

Governing Director . Hugh D M'lntcah.

LAST FOUR NIGHTS-ADA REEVE. LAST FOUR NIGHTS-ADA REEVE. IiAST FOUR NIGHTS-ADA Rk-EVE. LAST FOUR. NIGHTS-ADA REEVE. LAST FOUIT NIGHTS-ADA REEVE. LAST FOLR NI&IITb-ADA REEVE. LAST FOUR NIGHTS-ADA REEVE.

LAST FOUR NIGHTS-ADA REEVE. N LAST FOUR NIQIIIb-ADA RhEVE. LAST FOUR NICHTS-ADA REEVE.

In the Fascinating Musical Play, _ -GINNTE BROOKE, WIDOW-LAST FOUR NIGHTS. WINNIE BROOK!', WIDOW-LAST FOUR NIGHTS. WINNIE BROOKE., WIDOW-LAST FOUR NIGHTS. WINNIE BROOKE, WIDOW-LAST FOUR NIGHTS. WINNIE BROOKE, WIDOW-LAST FOUR NIGHTS. WmiE BROOKE, WIDOW-LAST FOUR NICHTS. WINNIE BROOKE, WIDOW-LAST FOUR NICHTS. WINNIE BROOKE, WIDOW-LAST FOUR NIGHTS WINNIE BROOKE, WIDOW-LAST FOUR NIGHTS. WINNIE BROOKE, WIDOW-LAST FOUR NIGHTS.

Good-bye and Farewell lo a Great Star in a

Great Show.

last 4 Wights, Ada Reeve in Winnie Brooke Widow. Ada Rccvo Season Positively Terminates Next Friday

Night _ FAREWELL MATINEE TO-MORTCÍJW

(WEDNESDAY), 2.30.

PLAN SIGHOLSOira and TJYOLL Thone, 9924 for Besen c«._____^_, rTTTTOLl THEATRS.

SOCIETY OF BRICKS.

Member« Desirous of Securing Ticket« for the TtvoU Theatre party to "Brick" Tailem- Andrews on Thurs- day Night, arc notified that a special Box Plan foi llicm Is now open at Wally Weekes (Garratt'» Hotel), Market and Castlereagh streets. Special arrangements.

NEVILLE W. MONTAGUE, President. Wally Weekes, Hon. Treas. ; Enuc 0. Allan. Hon. Sec.

VOLI , THEATRE.

SATURDAY NEXT. SATURDAY NEXT.

Commencing at the Matine«.

A Diverting New Programme of the Beat

VAUDEVILLE and COMEDY,

including

PETER DAWSON, PETER DAWSON, PETER! DAWSON, PETER DAWSON,

The Eminent Baritone.

ANETTE GEORGE, ANETTE GEORGE,

Ever Popular Sopnno ^ THE CREOLE FASHION PLATE. 'A Melodious Modern Mystery,

and

BABY MINE, BABY MINE, BABY MINE. B \HY MINK,

Margaret Mayo's Delirious Comedy in Three Acta,

Plfljcd oy a New Company of Comedians. -

rncruding

ROBERT GREIG, BEATRICE HOLLOWAY, _MARIE EVION. HUGH HUNTLEY. Etc

miVOLl .,,_ __ THEATRE.

WANTED,

SOPRANOS and CONTRALTOS Only Blonde« with good voices need «pply at Tivoli To-day, lo sa._

IfiRAND OPERA HOUSE VT Where a Thousand Cluldren Liugh at Once. rp

KATDTEK DAILY AT t.15. MATINEE DAILY AT 2.15.

EVERY EVENING, XT 7.55

Oifldren's Prices »H performances: R.S" ti; Da. I/o:

Stalls. 1/i Upper Circle, ti; Booked, ip ^'

PANTOMIME.

Come, -visit the pirate, full of «wank, l Who makes his victims walk the plant And Friday, too, chookful of fun, Who finds the footprint in the sum Behold the funny monkey revels,

And giant globe with circling devil»; And peer into the ocean deep.

Where fishes swim jtnd sca-nymphi «leen.

ROBINSON CRUSOS. ROBINSON CRUSOE!

OF RAINBOW ISLAND

*te» and John FuHcr"» Gigantic and Beautiful

Spectacle Jar Polk of All Tastes and AH Ages.

EWXttSTHDHJ BIO BUT THE PETCES.

REMEMBER, CHILDREN SEE IT FOB SIXPENCE.

Prices: Itfl. 47, D.O. S/, Stalls 2/, Upper Circle II. Clnldren half to all parts at all shows. No Early Dows. Plan Nicholson'« tiU 5, then White Ree«, next theatre, with Day Sales. Plan also at Hotel Australia.

COMB- TO CRUSOE'S MAGIC ISLAND.

EVERY U VENING, AT Í.

MATINEES, WEDNESDAYS, AT 2.

"As Fresh as ira."

i. AND N. TAIT'S NEW COMEDY COMPANY,

"TURN TO THE RIGHT," ^

"TURN TO' TOB RIGHT," ' "TURN TO THE RIGHT"

? "TURN TO THE RIGHT" " "TURN TO THE BIGHT," A Master Play of .Mirth,

by Winchell Smith and J. E. Hazzard.

Hardtned Newspaper Critics unanimous in their

^ expressions-, of approval.

"HERtLD."-The most remarkable feature of the .emal ivas the otenvhelminir rush of the public te see it once more, and their hilarious joy."

"TELLGRAPH."-"Turn to the Right" is a vcrv complete success, and should achieve the honour of

another 10 weeks' mu,

"EVENING NEWS"-A most successful revival ... «as cordially received hy a crowded house.

YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO,MISS IT.

Play Produced by Gaston Mervale.

Box Plans Nicholson's, Day Sale White Rose.

Late 'Phono Bookings, City 0526.. v

t^TADDlNGTON'S THEATRES.

SPECIAL FEATURES SHOWING TO-DAY. '

STRAND (Pitt-street, opp. Farmer's).

CHARLIE CHAPLIN in "Til 13 ADVENTURER." GFOnGE WALSH in "THE YANKEE WAY."

Chaplin starts 11 a.m., 1A50, 2.10, 4.30, 0.20, 8.10, lOpui, '

CLOBE (George street, opp. Q.V. Markets).

riiANCIS X. BUSHMAN in "TUE ADOPTED SON." Starting 11,30, 1.S5, tf 20, 6.15, 7.10, 0.5. GRAND (Pitt-street, opil. Rojal Arcade).

"TUE GOD OF L11TLE CHILDREN."

Starting 11.S0, 1 30, S 80, 6 30, 7.20, fl 10. MAJESTIC (Oxford-street, opp Hvdc Park).

THEDA BARA In "A FOOL THERE WAS " Also New story of\ "The Seven Pearls " Starting 11, 125, 8 50, 615, 8 45 '

KING'S CROSS (Darlinghurst), EVENING, at 8.

CHARLIE cntPLlV in "THE ADVENTURER." ROY STEWART in "OVE SHOTsvROSS."

New Story of "The Seien Pearls."_

I ^SLICK'S '

J ESLICK-S

PALLADIUM.

PALLADIUM. *

TO-NIGHT-7.45 to 110-«d.

?TI meet you on the doorstep.

Your» radiantly, '

¡j._Ï'-F^SLJCK^ ljU"ES. KDJGS3DXL-SHAW has resumed Teaching. j;'-1- Terms, etc, on application to STUDIO, 2S3 «ttnjgeatttggL, gjcoaie Hunter «HeaL.-.,.. .. ..

AMUSEMENTS.

T. a WILLIAMSON'S WEATBES.

Direction .'. ,T. O WILLIAMSON, LTD.

CRITERION.

A Delightful Ereunrlon to The Lsnd of Mike Bellera

LAST FOUR NIGHTS, AT i.

TO-MORROW AND FRIDAY, AT t TO MORROW AND .FRIDAY, AT 2 TO MORROW AND FRIDAY, AT S TO MORROW AND FRIDAY, AT 2. TO MORROW AND FRIDAY, AT 2.

j. a WILLIAMSON, LTD-.

present,

KATHLENE MACDOWELL KATHLENE MAODONELL

in J. M. Barrie1«

Exquisita Flight of Fase*,

PETER PAIf. PETER PAN.

CHARLES WALDRON ia AraociarloB.

BBCAPTTJRZS THB BPTnTT OT TOPTBa PLAT PRODUCED UTI*. atOKMBOH.

Phm «t Paling"« till 8 p-m, thereafter with Day ftale

at White Boa«, Fitt-atreet.

mm

MATINE» jmatT EVERY AFTEB1TOOH, BVEJUM

AT J. AT«.

LAST IWE NIGHTS «* THE GEA80K. LAST FIVE NIGHTS OT THE SEASON.

x. c wmzuHOSt JUVEIULS PABTUMDS.

THB HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT. THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT.

pjnaUd by « Cast of HO JwreaDaa.

LEFT TOU WITH AN EXHTLARATWO H'EEUNQ OF PRIDE IN THE AUSTRALIAN CHILD.

-Th» *9un."

Pndoeed by CHABLES A. WENMAK.

MATINEE AND EVEN INO PRICES; ti, t/, and 1/. Rea. Seat«, 4/. Children, Half-price (Gallery exceptad).

Phra st Paling's «TI 6 »m, (hereafter wMi Day Bale tt Hill'«, next Theatre RoyaL

/"tRITKRIOÄ.

8ATCSDAT Bill,

A PLAT EVERY WOKA* WANTS EVERY KAW

TO SEX.

Hubert Henry Darla* Bu «i lona! Play

"OUTCAST." "OUTOAST-"

In this Powerful Story of Human Devotion and Passion

KATHLENE «UOTOMM. KATHLENE MAODONELL

wfH appear «a

MIRIAM.

The Portrayal of which character baa ptaeed her in the foremost ranks of English-speaking Actresses.

CHARLES WALDRON AS GBOPTBET SHERWOOD.

PLAN AT PALDtfTS TO-DAT. AT Ran.

TTEB' MAJESTY'S

SYDNEY 8TAMPEDINTJ TO THE BIG SHOW.

Nightly, " MATINEES, Nightly,

at TO-MORROW AND SATURDAY, at 7.60. TO-MORROW AND SATURDAY. 7.50.

AT 2.

' J. 0. WILLIAMSON'S

Dazzling and Dashing Rema,

"Hen 1er a lauf «tay."

-"Daily Tajegtapa."

Ton never saw anything like fit

A DREAM OF LOVELINESS and UVEUNESB.

Tba Intellectual Pressura is NegBgibte. Play Produced hy JACK Trtsurfl,

. Andrew KaeCona. ... Minnie Hooper. BETTER TO BOOK THAN BE SORRY. at Majesty's.

rrtHE EYES OP TOE WORLD ABE FOCUSSED TO-DAT UPON RUSSIA.

To help to sn rmderstanding of the pre- sent political turmoil of the once mighty Empire, we must go back to the events 'leading to the overthrow of the Czar.

, These world-shaking convulsions «re included jin the dramatic «creen production of Herbert Brcnon's, entitled.

With ILIODOR, the "Mad .Monk," «ppear tog himself in the production.

Iliodor, a young priest, mystic and friend to all, wa« dru en from Russia, a hunted fugitive. He brought to Vcw York the amazing «tory of the downfall of the Czar, a story he knew from within. Martin Strong and George E. Hall dramatised the events he narrated, and following the example of Alexander Dumas and 81r Waltcr Scott, blended fact with fiction. As a result,

J. a WILLIAMSON, LTD.,

win present the impressive production,

THE FALL OF THE ROMANOFFS. TOE FALL OF THE BOMANOFFS

en a date

tobe armocmced, «t

THE THEAT«B BOT AL.

TTNION PICTURE THEATRES.

General Manager .... W. Bsiihigtun MTDer.

TO-DAY'S SUPREME STAB FEATURES. LYCEUM (Pitl-streeO. i

ETHEL CLAYTON in THE WOMAN BFJNEATH," "THE BOTTOM OF THE WELL" (Evening duly). "Haunted by nimself"-Keystone Comedy.

Starting 11, 12.50, 2.40, 1.30, 6.20. Evenir« at

7 30.

CRYSTAL PALACE (George-street).

OLIVE THOMAS in "INDISCREET CORINNE." faUlting ILS, 1.5, 3.5, 5.5, 7.5, 0.5

LYRIC (George street, opp Central Station).

"ALIMONY," the Story of an Unwanted Wife. Starting 11 20, 115, 8.10, 5.5, 1, 9.

EMPRESS (George street, near Liverpool stree«.

GEORCE WALSH in "THE YANKEE WAY."

FLO LA BADih in "WAR AND THE WOMAN." btarting 11, 1.35, 4 10, 0 45, 9 20.

WEST'S OLYMPIt (Oxford st).-EVENING AT 8

CHARLIE CHAPLIN, in "THE ADVENTURER." DICK ROSSON in "CASSIDY" (Triangle)._

TTOYTS,

THE BIG OEORCE-ST THEATRE IN THE

FAMOUS PICTURE BLOCK.

. TO-DAY AND ALL WEEK.

The Passionate Enchantress of Emotion, the great

PAULINE FREDERICK,

in

"DOUBLE CROSSED "

Also «bowing, Wallace Reid and Myrtle Stxedman in

"THE WORLD APART."

Contlrropn» Performance from 11 «urn, tall If) 8ft

DANCKG TAUGHT (Classe« cr Private Lessons),

Mr. and Mrs. ARTHUR J. LIDDY, Professional Teachers of Dancing,

FERNDALE ACADEMY, 44 Oxford-street, Woollahra.

CITY INQUIRIES: Care Liddy'» Boobshop,

87 Liverpool st. 'Phones City 2S0O, Pad. 136 Way. 1003

ANCING TFACHERS-Mr and Mrs BLTTLE; ii .. ttocJanjiMj iitLQii-Cuk, 'SK 62 Bwlffrq, _^_

Ä

AMUSEMENTS,

"ALHAMBRA-:-'?-~ THEATRE, A. OEORGE-STEEET, IUYMARKET.

Direction .ÎÎJZ-" °- F- PU0UESK'

TO-DAY, AND ALL THIS'WEEK,

SUCCESS EXTRAORDINARY.

HUNDREDS UNABLE* TO GAIN ADMISSION.

AUSTRALIA'S GREATEST PRODUCTION. AUSTRALU'S GREATEST; PRODUCTION,

i J.V

EIGHT WONDERFUL REELS, EIGHT WONDERFUL HEELS,

A COO-EE FROM HOME. A COO-EE FROM HOME. A-COO-EE FROM HOME. A COO-EE'FROM HOME. A COO-EE FROM HOME.

A COO-EE FROM HOME. / A COO-EE FROM HOME. A COO-EE FROM HOME. A COO-EE FROM HOME A COO-EE FROM HOME. A COO-EE FROM HOME. A COOEE FROM HOME.

SEE THE FIGHT Di THE DARK.

SEE OVERBOAR6 IN MIDOCEAN.

SEE THE HOME OF THE FISHERMAN.

SEE AT THE BASE OP TOE CLIFF.^^ " " SEE THE TERRinO COMBAT BETWEEN MAN

SEE AND ilAN-EATER. SEE SAVED".

SPECIAL NOTICE TO THE PUBUa^Tbos» who purchased Tickets yesterday and wcro unablo to gain admission can use carno by presenting them any Day or Night during the week. v

A COO-EE FROM HOME. A COO-EE FROM nOMK.

A COO-EE FROM HOME. _"_ Released Exclusively by-Woods' Australian rams,

ALHAMBRA THEVTBE.

TTHTODROMU THEATRE. x3- -jAac AND Tira BEANSTALK."

MATINEES DAILY, COMMENCING TO-MORROW, AT 2.

YOUR LITTLE ONE CAN SEE IT FOR SIXPENCE.

OTTS" HÎPPOOHOME THEATRE.

ypax.

WHKBS ALL THE

PANTOMIME STARS ARE. WILLIAM ANDERSON'S

OOttQEOUS FAIRY TALK,

.rnr ivn TTTO nRAVirpAT.ir..

PAivTOMrine TO-NIGHT, AT S. PANTOMIME TO-NIGHT, AT 8. TO-NIGHT. AT ft. PANTOMIME

TO-NIGHT, AT Í. _ PANTOMIME

JACK ANT» THK BEANSTALK. JACK AND THE BEANSTALK.

JACK AND THE BEANSTALK. _

MAHETXB MORGAN. Anstrslis*» Greatest MABELLR MORGAN, Principal Boy. HARRY FARROW, . The Funniest of HARBY FARROW, Dames.

GEO. WELCH , «nd BTLLTE REGO, GEO. WELCH BILLIE REGO,

the Princes of Fnn-makera. ETHEL BEWNETTO, MLI SHARP,

MAUDIE GOLDSPINK, VERA BENSEN,

DAISY SILVESTER. WALTER CHAMPNKT, RAWDON BLANDFOBD. «"""?-?» ""'" HOLLY LESLIE, __ -

THE tTROADWAY FOUR. EVERY SONG A LUT ' in this Pnntomlme.

"JACK AND THE BEANSTALK," LIKE A CHRISTMAS PUDDINO.

CONTAINEJO THE GOODS.

PRICES, SI. ii, »id II.

CHILDREN HALF-PRICE TO ALL PARTS.

EESERVED SEATS, 4/.

Book TOOT Bent» »t Nicholson's snd the White Rose.

A1

TJSTRJUUI* J0CKK7 ' ,CLTJB.

atsUlljUUUBT HEKTING, Wit.

SATURDAY, JANUARY lfrth, snd SATURDAY

(AannYERSABT DAT), JANUARY «Bth.

.TOST DAT.

THE HTJBDB RACE "."__- 1.15 pa. THE TRIAL STAKES. J.S p.m. THE EIBST BTJRSEBY HANDICAP.. Î.45 p.m. THE fwfiT.T.KWU»! STAKES __-, 3.S0 p.m. THE JANUARY HANDICAP ."._ 4.10 p.m. THE WELTBTJ HANDICAP .-.... 4.60 p.m.

SECOND DAY.' ' -

THE SECOND HURDLE RACE .... ISrtf p.m. THE FLYING HANDICAP _". 12.55 pjn.

LUNCHEON. ,

THE PHILLIP STAKES ._... 1.55 p.m. THE NOVICE HANDICAP ._..._.. 2.SS pjp. THE ANNIVERSARY HANDICAP t.. f» p.m. THE SECOND NURSERY HANDICAP i p.ral THE HIGHWEIGHT HANDICAP,,.... 4.40 p.m.

Saddling Paddock Tickets may be purchased at the Omeo of Mesara. Thoa. Cook and Son,'6 Martin-place.

0. W. CHOPPER,

Secretary. 6-Iffigh-strcet, Sydney.

O

lANTERBUBT PABX

TO-DAY, TUESDAY.

PTEST RACE, LSS P.M. LAST RACK, 4.25PJI.

, SPECIAL TRAIN FOR HORSES, 11.40 A.H.

ORDINARY TRAINS, II.» A.M.I 12.20 and 12,50 P.M. SPECIALS, 12.17, 15.32, E.47.. Lp, 1.5, AND 1.17 P.M.

W. L. DAVIS,

Secretary.

J^ICHHOND PONY HACES.

LONDONDERRY COTJBSS.

NEXT WEDNESDAY, 16th JANUARY.

WEDNESDAY NEXT.

113 Entries. FTJIST RACE, T.30 p.m. 14S Entries.

SPECIAL TRAINS leave Sydney at 9.25 a.m. (Horses), 10.15 a-rh. and 11.25 a.m. " (Passengers). /

G. TOLPUFF, Secretary. RICHMOND PONY RACES.

I0WERFUL Car going Katoomba, Thursday, midday,

irom city, fare 12/6; book early. 'Phone, Pet. 1375.

"PALAIS DE DANSE, CRYSTAL PALACE.

? AT 2J0 and 7.30-SPECIAL TO-NIGHT.

ORIGINAL CHOCOLATE WALTZ, FASCINATING RAINBOW DANCES, MOONLIGHT WALTZES, WlflCfl WERE ORIGINATED AND CAN ONLY BE SEEN AT

TUB PALAIS.

GRAND FANCY DRESS CARNIVAL NEYT MONDAY

DMESION FliBB.-20 Ladies wanted, dance with '? gent, pupils. Bntle's Academy, 21 Cleveland-st.

EDUCATIONAL.

SCHOOL AND A HOME FOR YOUR BOY

OAMDEV CRAMMAR SCHOOL.

TTtRENl

E te«

CH LADY, expert teacher, visiting pupils, good test Write Mademoiselle, 37 Woolentt-st, D'huret.

^ONDON. COLLEGE OF MUMC

Candidates who are entitled to wear the Robes and Hood must bavo s signed form from the Organising Secretary. The only Robe makers appointed by Lon- don College of Music arc Howat and McPhaf], ot Bathurst-strcet, Sydney, and uley hold the appointment

for Australia and New Zealand.

S. CHUDLEIGH, Organising Secretary,

"* Pnling's-buildlngs. Svdney.

French Conversation, Class or Private Lessons.

London Bank-chnmhem. 251 George and Jamieson st*.

'ONSD3UR RENK DEaiARDINS.

'VOICE PRODUCTION.

PIANO, HARMONY.

PUBLIC COMPANIES.

AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCHETY

ESTABLISHED ISiU.

The largest and most successful Mutual Life Office

ia the British Empire.

HEAD OFFICE: 87 PITT-STREET, SYDNEY. -

DIRECTORS:

Hon. A. W. Meeks, M.L.O., Chairman. Hod. J. T. Walker. Deputy Chairman.

Hen R. J. Black, M.L.O.; Hon. Sir Jas. Burns, K.C.M.Q., M.L.O.; Adrian Knox, Esq., K.C.; Samuel

Hordern, Esq.. Richard Teece, Esq.

Accumulated Funds. £36.500.000.

Annual Income, - £5.117.0(10,

Distributes s Cash Bonus every year.

Amount Divided for one year, 1016, £868,207.

Total Bonuses Distributed. £21.*y>.Qfln.

Th» Society issues every desirable form of Policy Contract, from £5 upwards.

M rite for Prospectus and fall information «rLthout

dC*a>' ... ... H. W. ArPBlLY, GcoosI--«tanita»».

AÏÏCTION SALES.

INOLIS'S BAZAAR,

CAMPERDOWN

(CITY).

WLL1AM INGLIS and SON will sell by auction, «t

their Bazaar, THIS DAY, as under:

AT 10,30 SHARP.

HEAVY AND LIGHT HORSES, TURNOUTS,

VEHICLES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.

_DAPPLED BROWN DRAUGHT STALLION.

WILLIAM INGLIS and SON "have received instrue.

, tiona from Mr. JAMES A. GORDON, TATHRA, to sell by auction, at their Dazaar, Camperdown, THIS, DAY, TUESDAY, at 12 o'clock, . '

COAL SEAM, Broun Draught Stallion, by Cold

Steam (imp.), holda Goiernmcnt certificate _for soundness, good stanch worker._, TO SPECULATORS. DEALERS. AND* OTHERS.

IMPORTANT SALE OF A LETTING-OUT TLANT,

' INOLIS'S BAZAAR, THIS DAY, TUESDAY,

-15th ¡ml.

VX7TLLIAM INGLIS and SON have received instrue, VV lions from Mr. WILLIAM WYCHE to sell by auction, at their Bazaar, \. Camperdown (city), THIS DAY, TUESDAY, lath, at 11 o'clock.

TUB'ABOVE HAVE BEHN USED DJ CONNECTION WITH MR, WYCHE'S LETTEN G-OUT BUSINESS. PERSONS DESIRING GENUINE TURNOUTS SHOULD ATTEND THIS IMPORTANT SALE.- NO RESERVE,

FuU particulars last Wednesday, Friday; and Mon. day's issues._

: HORSES. HORSES, HORSES.

INOLIS'S BAZAAR,

CAMPERDOWN . . (CITY).

PO HEAD, .i-f» HEAD,

WILLIAM INGLIS «nil SON have received instruc-

tions.to sell by Auction, nu above, .

Comprising Heavy and Medium Draughts, Active

Van, Springeart, Light Harness, and Saddle

Horses.

Fun particulars last Saturday's issue._ SALE of FISH, all varieties, DAILY, 7 sun, to .

p.m.. D27 GEORGEST, HAYMARKET._

CRKJfORNE-MOSMAN.

TO-MORROW, WEDNESDAY, AT 11 AJL

at the ReMdcneft,

GREENOAKS, 37 PRINCE-STREET, MOSMAK. Take Cremorne boat and tram to Prince-street.

POSITIVELY UNRESERVED SALE BY AUOTCOtt.

Under instructions from Mrs. LINDSELL,_ who 1« relinquishing housekeeping owing to (Corporal LDiDSELL'S departure for ti» Front, _____ SUPERIOR FURNITURE and HOUSEHOLD UIMHS,

comprising

Ghm, Chain, Crockery, and E.P. Wire._ DRAWING, DINING, nnd BEDROOM FURNITURE. BEST QUALITY LINO., f l-jig 5 rooms »nd halL 5ft Sideboard, Dilling Table*, Austrian Chaira.

Cedar Bookcase, Singer's Sewing Machine, Edison ?

Phonograph and lot ot Records, Musical Box.

Beaconsfield Bedroom Suite, Combination and other

Chest« Drawers, M.T. Wash-stands and Toilet Sets, Double, Single, and . Bedsteads mid Bedding. Kitchen and Laundry Utensils, and Sundries.

Choice lot oi Pot Plants, Ferns, and Staghorn«. About 25ft Hose, Carden Tools, and Sundries.

ON VIEW To-morrow Morning prior to sale.

GREENOAKS, Detached D.F. Brick Cottage Home, in good repair, 6 rooms, ball, kitchen, laundry, and offices, nice garden and grounds, is to Let, Bent, 22/6 week. . Apply to the Auctioneers,

ALLDI3 -AND CO.,

General Auctioneer»,

Office», 82 Pitt-strcct, 2, Ground Floor.

Telephone, 3978 City.

THIS DAY, AT 11 O'CLOCK PROMPT.

VALUABLE INSTRUMENTS, E.P. WARE,

CUTLERY. GUNS, CAMERAS, ETC-,

consisting of

2 .VERY FINE CANTEENS OF UP. WARB. ENTREE AND CAKE DISHES. ^^ SALVERS, TEA AND COFFEE SETS.

E.P. KNIVES FORKS, AND SPOONS.

SEVERAL FINE CAMERAS, fitted with Dalmeyer,

Cooke, Ross, Gocrr, and Hunch Lenses.

BINOCULAR GLASSES, by ZElbS, GOEltZ, BOSS, and

. VOIGTLANDER. _ CINEMATOGRAPH. TYPEWRITERS.

BINOCULAR MICROSCOPES._ _, MATHEMATICAL and SURVEYING INSTRUMENTA.

THEODOLITE, DUMPY LEVEL, MINER'S DIAL._ BESSON and BOOSEY CORSETS, VIOLINS, MAHDO

LINES. _,_,"

CLARIONETTES, FLUTES, GUITARS. -.._-» DOUBLE-BARRELLED BllElXU-LOADING HAaOfKB

LESS GUNS. _

FINE OLD CHINA ORNAMENTS. __ _.__ KIT. GLADSTONE, AND BRIEF BAGS, SUIT CASES,

uro, ETC., ina

"fÓlIN P-'" LISTER J has received instructions from theORlGlNAL MONT DE PIETE, LIMITED, of 77 CASTLEREAGH.

STUETO &LLT»OLE OF THE EXPIRED HIL

REDEEMED SUNDRY PLEDGES, AS ENU-

MERATED ABOVE.

_

TO-DAY,' TUESDAY, 15TH JANTJABT;

AT 2.30 P.lf.

IMPORTANT AUCTION SALE, ,

AT ; t 'LBSSEVS AUTO. SALE ROOMS,

189.103 ELIZABETH-STREET (adjoining Synagogue).

B& LESSEY

will sen by Public Auction,

.,' ACCESSORIES

. v ... - - -for ? . .

- r MOTOR CAR. AND -CYCLE.

Over 100 lota of brand new Accessories, Jost landed,

and to be sacrificed regardless, of cost,

Consisting of_

BADGER .TACKS, LUCAS LAMPS, STEP MATS, MOTOR

COATS, PUMPS, TOOLS, RUBBER PATCHES, WIRE WHEELS, HORNS, MULTIBESTOS, WIRE, SPARK TLUGS, ETC., ETC.

EVERYTHING USEFUL AND TO SUIT ANY AUTO-

MOBILE. ' . .

OW VIEW FROM 9 A.1C

B. S. LESSEY, _ MOTOR AND GENERAL AUCTIONEER,

189-103 EL1ZABETH-3TREET, TEL. 257T.

DECEASED ESTATE.

LEICHHARDT, UNRESERVED SALE BY A'TJCTION. THURSDAY NEXT, JA'NUARY 17, AT 11 O'CLOCK,

ON THE PREMISES, NO. 65 CROMWELL-STREET.

Massive Wal. Sideboard! l.ir. bevel Mirror Back, 7 per

Dinlng-room Suite, Dining Table, Overmantel, Phonograph and Records, Linoleums, 6 Vols. His- tory of Franco-Prussian War, Glass and China Ware, Oil Pointings, S. Walnut Wardrobe, Combination Chest, Marbtc-top Washstand, Double Bedstead and Bedding, Divan Chair, Carpet, nallstand, Hall Runner, Enclosed Kitchen Dresser, Sideboard, Breakfast-room Furnishings, Kitchen Utensils, Quantity of Carpenters' Tools, Screws, Nails, and Builders' Fittings, Hope, Cramp, eta

TV AND W. BAINES, AUCTIONEERS, UNDER IN XS STRUCTIONS FROM THE TRUSTEES ESTATE LATE W. J. TOLLE, WILL SELL THE ABOVE.

THIS DAY, TTTESDAY, 15th JANUARY,

AT EDINBURGH-ROAD, MARRICKVILLE. Take Tram to St, Peters Railway Station, and

walk down Lordsstrcct.

A PATTERN MAKER'S PLANT, MACHINERY.

LATHES, BENCHES, ETC.

have received instructions to 6cll by auction, as

above.

City Address: 3 Hamnton-strcct. Telephone. City 8S77.

ROWE-ST, CITY. ROWK-ST.

TO TOBACCONISTS, HAIRDRESSERS, DEALERS, Etc

IMPORTANT SALE BY AUCTION,

TO-MORROW, WEDNESDAY, at 10,30 a.m., at S Rowe-stratt, opposite G.P.O., Pitt-6treet

The whole of the Stock of TOBACCOS, Cut and PLig,

all well-known brands, CIGARS and CIGARETTES. Playing Canis, Brilliantines, Pouches, Purses,

ripes of every description, Pomades, Bnv Rum. Shaving Soaps. Cigarette Papers, Hair Oils.

Brushes, Comba, Perfumen-.

Also WORKING PLANT, including

Superior WaH Showcases, with sliding door«. Brass Scales and Wta, P. G. Mirrors, Linoleum. Oak Talilc, Brass and Nickel Stands.

Glass and Wood Partitions, Velvet Pile Curtains.

Magnificent Bevelled P.G. Window Fittings, Stands.

National Cash Register, Id up, late« model, all lm.

provctnentfl, total adder, brand new.

WITHOUT ANY RESERVE.

M COULSTON AND CO.

wffl sell TO-MORROW, st ire» o.m.

Note.-AU purchases must he cleared day of sale.

PRELIMINARY NOTICE?

BARTON and NESS will sell by PUBLIC

AUCTION, on WEDNESDAY, lou! January at their MARKETS, 538 and 510 New Canterbury! road, Dulwich llill, at 11 a.m. sharp, over 200 Lot» of Fnrniturc, Glassware, Crockery, 3 Double Beds. 30 Chairs, Sideboard, 1 Flight Staircase J2ft long, 2 Girders, Tables, Pictures, and thing« too numerous to

mention.

BARTON and NESS.

_i Auctioneers, Dulwich THTL

, UNREDEEMED PLEDGES.-' A Tins DAY, JANUARY 15, AT 11 A M.

. O. JENKINS will sell, at his Rooms, 301 Pltoat. ,, A. «"'"UNREDEEMED PLEDGES pawned with the Redfern Mont de Plete, Regent-street, Redfern

MEN'S and WOMEN'S CLOTinNG. etc

BUIïiUlSPr MATERIAL, J1U1LD1NG MATERIAL.

DEMOLITION of a LAP.GI? MODERN 10-HOOM

âl_ HOUSE in CLEVELAND-STREET

(near Abcrcrombic-st), CIHPPENDALE, together with

THIS DAY, TUESDAY, JAN. 15, AT 11 A.M. "Tile Materials of which comprise:

S^Ouu FUT.L-SIZED SPOTTED SANDSTOCK BRICKS

200 SHEETS CAL. IRON, 6ft to 0ft, in-order

1T'0U) PLANKS- HOOPIRONED, various

QUS,tÍfyn,0iJl0nTAS.?AKKS' B0XES- and TRESTLES. ,'. DUIt.D.i-1'? mú Others in search of the above two lines SHOULD NOT F An, TO INSPECT

3000ft ii x 2 and O i 2 II.W. JOISTS, long lengths. 3000ft 3 x 2 and Í x 2 RAFTERS. Like new

SOOOft 3 x lj, 4 x 2», and 12 x 3 OREGON, GOOD 1000ft 3x1 OREGON BATTENS, 1000ft SKIRTING

20O0ftT m 1 I. nid a KAURI and T'WOOD FLOOR

10 PANEL DOORS, d.0 x 2.8, and 6.8 x 2.8, nicelv

varnished. ' 8 CENTREBAR B. FRAMES and SASHES, COMPLETE

2 P. CLASS SHOP FRONTS. * 1000ft 8x1 D.D. and B. PART. BDS., MANTELS and

ORATES, STOVE LINING. ' SET WOOD TUBS, COPPER.

MOULDINGS and ARCHITRAVES, W. and O. PTPE,

and Ukoal^Sundrics.

C. G. WAINWRIGHT

has received instructions from Mr. A. D. Cduling

to sell as above,

rot -lulkjv particular» Ring

,,__-S*U Kog/ara.

AUCTION SALES.

TOMORROW, AT 11 A.M.

IN OUR CENTRAL ROOMS,''

10 BARRACK -STREET, -?'

4 doors from David Jones, Ltd., and G.P.O.

IMPORTANT AUCTION SALE . ' HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS.

I By Order of

H. MAY, ESQ., ___ RAMSAY-STREET, HABERFIELD.

vAlso, " ...

SEVERAL LOADS REMOVED FROM ,

WAHROONGA, ARNCLIFFE,

NORTH SYDNEY, and NEUTRAL'-BAY.

r

WITHOUT ANY RESERVE,

Comprising _ TWO UPRIGHT PIANOFORTES.

"ADALBERT," , ?

Equal New.

A Msgnineent Instrument, Late ModrJ.

in Burr Walnut Case. ,

a WEIDHVÍÑ JENA. ? '

An Upright Model, in Ebonlsed. Case.

ORGAN, by MASON~añd~ HAMLIN, 0 STOP!

2 ROSEWOOD DRAWING-ROOM CABINETS.

2 LADIES' ROSEWOOD WRITING TABLES.

LADIES' SOLID OAK ROLL-TOP DESK._

SUPERIOR MISSION OAK ESCRITOIRE AND BOOK

g BRONZE, BRASS, and CLOISONNE ELECTRIC

TABLE LAMPS, with SHADES._ 7-PIECE SADDLEBAG DINING SUITE.

15 AXMINSTER CARPET SQUARFS.

24 MOHAIR RUGS, SEVERAL COLOURS.

STD. ROSEWOOD BEDROOM SUITE, 4 FEET. Sft, 4ft, and 5ft 6in OAK BEDROOM SUITES.

OVAL MIRRORS.

S OVERMANTELS.

- H TOILET SETS, COMPLETE.

t S-PCB. OAK DINING-ROOM BUTTES.

6-PCE. DO., IN BLACK OAK.

4ft 6in SOLID OAK SIDEBOARD.

4ft «nd 4ft Oin STD. WAL. SIDEBOARDS.

CPANTITY ORIENTAL VASES.

BRASS JARDINIERES.

T HAND-PAINTED JARDINIERES.

SEVERAL LENGTHS HALL RUNNER,

4ft oin Morris Green Oak Bedstead, Wire and Beit Kapok Set Complete.

Single and Double Bedsteads Complete,

AMERICAN ICE BOX.

MANDOLIN AND CASE, EQUAL NEW.

SOLID OAK TYPISTlä DISK.

8 OCCASIONAL TABLES.

SEAGRASS CHAIRS.

CASEMENT CURTAINS.

7-DRAWER CHESTS. OAK PALMSTANDS.

A COLLECTION OF IS OILPATNTINaS,

by well-known Artists,

Including 8 VAL. DELAWARE.

LINOLEUM and DIXIE SQUARES.

I GLASS-DOOR DRESSERS/

KTTOHEN TABLES and CHAIRS.

BOW ON VIEW,

'Phone, City OOfla. 10 BarrarJc-street.

DATCLTNUHURST.

S O'CLOCK SHARP, , t O'CLOCK SHARP,

IMPORTANT FURNtTtntB SALE.

ARTHUR G. JONES lias been entrusted to sell by

Public Auction, the complete Furnishings of exceptionally large residential. The executors* structions arc: SELL WITHOUT RESERVE.

4 FINE OAK BED SUITES, various designs.

1 BED SUITE, SELECTED TIMBERS, LIFE-SIZE

MIRROR.

MASSIVE BEDSTEADS, GOOD BEDUINO. 17 ROOMS OF GOOD LINOLEUM.

FINE OAK EXTENSION TABLE. I Also a very large collection of Seagrass Chairs,

Dining Suites, Pictures Kit. Chairs, Lounge Chaire, Hall Chairs, and Hallstands, beautiful Tablecloths, Blanket«, Curtains, Comb. Chest, M.T. Wash stands, Wardrobes, Dinner Sets, Cots, Mats, Run- ners, enamel ware, large collection Ohissware, Crockery, Safes, Clipboards, Jardinieres, Toilet- ware, Tables, Overmantels, Mirroia, Glass-door Dresscrs, C'robes, an endless variety of Kitcho, Ware, Spring Couches, and Yard Sundries, etc. etc., etc.. Also

25 PAIRS OF GENTN.'S AND LADIES WELTED

BOOTS. ._

TIHS SALE AFFORDS AN UNDOUBTED opportunity to those furnishing, and to the trade. The furniture is ia excellent order, and, in soma casca, quite

new.

ARTHUR G. JONES,

' General Auctioneer, THONE. 700 PADD._

?> CITY.

' , HIGHLY AITRACTTYE BALK' ..

' by Public Auction "?

of . ?

SUPERIOR FURNITURE, PIANOS, CARPETS,

LINOLEUMS, ROLL-TOP DESKS, ETO, ETO

(in conscqucnco of Expiration of Lease),

commencing

TO-DAY, AT 11 O'CLOCK AJL.

on the Premises,

174 and rear to 178 GEORGE-STREET N. » (near Circular Quay). ,

BONO STOCK-IN-TRADE and GOODS sent in FOR

SALE on Commission from Private Residences.

ALL MUST GO.

BEDROOM SUITES, DINING SUITES, SIDEBOARDS,

HALL STANDS

(in solid oak, maple, and other woods).

DRAWING-ROOM FURNITURE, DINING, OCCASION-

AL, and other TABLES, CHESTERFIELD and other COUCHES. MAGNIFICENT UPRIGHT GRAND PIANOFORTE by RICHARD LIPP, and SOHN, and Ditto by other well-known makers.

DEEP-SEATED CLUB, EASY, Sea Grass, sod other

Chaira, Comb, and other Cheats Drawers, splendid Bedsteads (in oak, maple, and brass-mtd.), with best Wires and Bedding, kitchen Furniture, etc, etc, as more fully described in yesterday's issue.

'ABSOLUTELY NO RESERVE.

HE

COHEN AND 60S AUCTIONEERS.

Telephone, City 1175, . STRATHFIELD,

háTORTANT SALE BY AUCTION,

at

'ATXEMA," COOPER-STREET (north sida of line).

TO-MORROW, WEDNESDAY, AT 11 A.M.

By order of Mrs. SHUTE, who has sold the property, SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FUTUnTURB »nd EFFECTS.

DEEP-SEATED EASY CHAIRS, LARGE CHESTER

FIELD. n*OAt*k LD7P PIANO, BLACKWOOD ETTEN. TABLE.

AXMINSTER CARPETS, WILTON PILE RUGS, SUP,

MAHOGANY DINING SUITE, WALNUT SIDEBOARD. WALNUT BEDROOM SUITE. «UJUAICU.

And Furnishings of 3 Minor Bedrooms.

KITCHEN UTENSILS, OUTSTDH LOTS.

GREEN'S loin LAWN MOWER, GAL. IRON. WTTtK

NETTING, and Sundries.

^ ON ,VTEW THIS DAY, TUESDAY. FROM Î TO 5,

and from aSO a.m. To-morrow, Wednesday to «ta3 of Sale. " " ^^ STRONGMAN AND WATKIN

AUCTIONEERS AND VALUATORS. "aI1"T

BIIRWOOD-ROAD, BURWOOD

vCITY, OPP. CENTRAL RAILWAY:

TO-DAY, 11 A.M., TO-DAY.

T6 COOPER-STREET, OFF ELKABirni-S-rrOTBY ACCOUNT Mrs. BROWN, who is leaving Sydney SIX ROOMS OF SPOTLESS CLEAN FURNITOEE;

DINING-ROOM, Sideboard wilh Bevel Mirrors. TsM

Cliettbruer, Chairs, very fine Ornaments.

CLOCK, LEATHER COUCH, Etc, etc.

HALL: Uallstand, nice new Carpet and Lino, Runner

etc. '

FOUR BEDROOMS, nicely furnished, with' «taw* "^

Double and Single Beds, rqmplete, large Bevel Glass Dual Draw Combinations, Washstands snd

good Ware, etc, etc..

KITCHEN: Pine Dresser and Table to msrelr chairs.

White Pine Safe, Cooking Utensils, Crockery. Cut> lery. Lamp», Stove*, etc, etc, good and clean.

UNO, LINO THROUGHOUT. WE CAN RECOMMEND

AS BEING GOOD. «.wauitdUJ Special Attention is drawn to clients to the nie»

CLEAN LINEN and DAMASK, GLASSWARE; E£

Three Cages and Canarir-;, very fine Whistlers, Pet

? Plants, Staghorn«, and Yard and Laundry requi

NO' RESERVE WHATEVER. TERMS CASH. .

CO.,

S"

TOKES AND

AUCTIONEERS,

2S0 ELIZABETH-STREET _ AUCTION SALE.

THE MOUNT DAVID GOLD-MINING COUPANT

No Liability. * .A BIG SALE will take place at Mount David on

SATURDAY, the 10th INSTANT.

F J. WILDS wUl oller about (BO sheets of good

quality SH. Galv. Iron, in lots to suit pur chnsers^ .Winding Winch. 8-inch double Cylinder 4 Concentrating Tables good large Blacksmith's Bel- lows, 2 Anvils, and n quantity of Tools and Scrap Iron. Household Effects, conustlng of Piano, Man- gle, Bedsteads, Wire M'lttresses, and Bedding; Tables, Chairs, Couch, and sundry useful articles; Minc Manager's Residence, a liigh qiialitv Weatherboard Cottage, built of Sydney timber. Abolit 3S0 acres of Freehold Land, with a Eix-rooraed Weatherboard Cottage, 6¡tuatcd on the land. The Company's Min- ing Leases, together with about 100 tons of Steel Rails, Flat Sheets, Winding Winch (below ground); also a large quantity of Slimes and Concentrates.

SALE COMMENCES AT 11 O'CLOCK SHARP.

THIS DAY, AT 2 O'CLOCK.

AT 170 GEORGE-ST WEST, near Shepherd-st.

MIDDLETON and CO. arc instructed to sell by Auc

tlon, New and Second-hand Clothing, Boots, Bed Clothing. Curtains. Household Furniture, and Sundries.

..._ . MO- RESERVE.

AUCTION SAIES.

CITY-BOAD FURNITURE SALE,

THIS TUESDAY. AT 11.

AT'THE ROOMS. -

M CTTY-ROAD, opposite University Para.

One Tram Stop from Grace Bro«

.Drawing, Dining, Breakfast, and Bed Room Appoint

7 «nd 8 piece Oak and Maple D. Suite«, Oak D. Wag-

gons, Jar., Stands, Occ. Tables, Ovcnnantels, Pictures, Vases, Ornaments, and Seagrass Chaur

and Settees.

4ft, 4ft Bin, 6ft SIDEBOARDS, In Oak »nd St. Wal-

nut, 6 x 3.0 D. Tables, AUF!. Chairs, Hallstands,

White and Singer Machin

3-picee Maple, Rosewood, and St. Walnut Bedroom

Suites, Single and Double Wardrobes, Comb, eheste, Single and Double Wardrobes, Combv Chest», M.T. Washstands, 7-drawcr Chests, Wood Wash stands, and Dress Tobies.

Single and Double Brass-mounted Bedstead«,. 4ft; «in

-Oak and-Maple Bed, complete Bedding and Wires, equal new; Single and Ü. Sheets, Blankets, Pil- lowcases. Hammocks, etc.; Lllio. and Rugs, Car pet, and Carpet Runners.

Oft Oin 4ft Open and Glassed D. Dressers, Kit. Tables,

and Chairs, Eureka Gas Stove«, and Fuel Stoves. Quantity Glass, Crocker}-, and Enamel Ware.

Quantity Fancy Goods, Bags, Ebony Pedestal Stands,

and Jardinieres,

'î Don. Pianola Recorda. ;

Pianofortes, The Paling and Co., ChappcH and Co.,

and It Bord, and oUicr well-known makes. <

Also the Output of a Largo .Electric Cabinet Factory.

1-, jj. BRODRIBB -Iii' will sell the above, at the Room«, 06-8 City-road,

comer Mvrtlc-strcct Tel., 683 Redfern._

-"BURNS will Bell, TTliS DAY, at 11 o'clock.

J*j, «Ull.lO win ruiti« »...-. ^-.- - i -- --

h» Mrrhan-H.-, Oranv.I.c, Furniture, etc*

R_

r^RDEtt OF ,..,,. SALE CITY, SUBURBAN, »nd°MOUNTAm PROPERTIES,

FOR AUCTION SALE IN THE ROOMS,

133 Pitt-street, at 11.30 O'clock, .

TO-MORROW, WEDNESDAY, 16th JANUARY, »l8.

OTT.-BUSINESS PREMISES, Noa 181 and'M3

GEORGE-STREET WEST, Coiner of MOUN-

TAIN-STREET.

CTTT^-BRICK; HOUSE, NO. SS BEEMOITE-STBEET,

(Deceased Estate).

Ora 8DBRY HILLS.-BRICK HOUSE. J»o. « FITZ.

ROY-STREET (Deceased Estate).

wi«klz«LOO-ZETLAND.-BLOCK: OF LAND, ELIZA-

BETH «nd BOURKE STREETS, with Build- ing» thereon.

BOTAHT.-BLOCK OF LAND, MAIN BOTANT-BOAD

(Mortgagee's Sale).

BOTAHT.-BLOCK, OF LAND, MAUf BOTANT and

EDGEHILL ROADS. (Deceased Estate).

WENTWORTHVILLE.-BUSINESS and RESIDENTIAL

SITES, SECOND., FTRST, and HILL STREETS and VEROtf-AVENUE (Deceased Estate). ""._ _

LEURA.-BLOCK OP LAND, GLADSTONE-ROAD (D.c

" ceased Estate). . , »

HARDIE and GORMAN PROPRIETARY, LTD,

Auctioneer«.

NEXT SATURDAY,

at . . -.

CHATSWOOD, CHATSWOOD, -.

Sale Of

HAWTHORN ESTATE. 1LVWTU0EN ESTATE.

BIG BLOCKS. BIG BLOORS. BIG BLOCKS. r BIG BLOCKS.

200 FEET DEEP. ki 200 FEET DEEP.

Plan Posted Free.

TTTJGH DUFF and CO. (A. T. CARPENTER), XX Auctioneers, 283 George-street,

_ and at CHATSWOOD and MOSMAN.

w

ROBJOHNS, . - !

. . - ------ 78 PITT-STREET, . HAS COMMENCED BUSINESS

AT THE ABOVE ADDRESS. EXPERT ADVICE

. ' ¿Lil. MATTERS OP REAL ESTATE. FREEHOhD »AKD ' RENTAL VALUATIONS.

Rents Collected, etc._'Phono, 1704 City.

TMDDINGTON.-AUCTION SALE, by S. U. SMITH X and CO., 82 PITT-STREET, on the Cround, NEJTI SATURDAY, January 19th, 3 p.nv, 3 Allotments, Harris-street to Sutherland-avenue. Stables, sewered.

WA

PERSONALL AND_MISSING_J,MENI)S,

A GENTLEMAN wihbea to correspond .with a yourif

Lady, with means, betw. 23 and 3¿. must ,1" member 0. of K. Apply to F.J.I'. Uoggabri 1\0.

D'

EAÛKST J.-Trust meet you Wednesday, by wait

ip room» Customs HoufiC. _

GJL*NTM enlisted, musical, incana, desires meet reflned

Lady, affectionate, view matrimony. 5728, Herald. VE. ALß., Alosmon, can't wait, engaged oLhep help. Mrs. Armstrong._

P.O. Mosman.

means, would like to make acquaintance

matrimony. Hi «stier.

J.L.-,

Call fox letter, J.L.. 166, P.O. haag Bay,

st section 7.39 Wednesday.

write home, to your ad

LADY (yo), cultured, amiable, moral,

corresiKJiid educated, honourable Protestant, gra or one in comfortable position, view matrimony, open wk.. full address, only rcpL to. Ko. 56:«, Herald.

M1 M

It, CADMAN, please call on Mr. ITIntyie, Watcb maker, 437 Elizabeth-street, city^

R.-.YES. Why should I bother, when yon don't think

1 it worth your whilo to drop line? Not my turn, yours. Haven't written since Deciunbcr. Still here,

but not for lons.

_Good Fortune.

communicate with IL Crigh

W1! W.

- ATT'DOW» *8> irreproachable character, wishes to meet

v T bon., cultured Kent., 60 to GO, in gd. poa., «bet, view Matrimony. Faith, P.O., Homebush. '

YOUNG LADY desire«' acquaintance Honest Man with

means, country' pre/erred, 35 to 33, view to matri mony, no post-ufliee addresses. Pearl, P.O. Kogarah.

IL Mn,LER'S PRIVATE DETECTIVE AGBNGÍ stands supreme for Divorce Work, Tracing; People, Confidential; no sneceq. no charge. 81 Markct-st

COOKE'S World-famous Detective Agency.-Opened

1S09 II PjlrtLn nlri^fnr J R^,,».^ C,^..,.

\J 1892. II. Cooke, Director, i Rowc-st, Sydney.

PRIVATE DETECTIVE OFFICE.-All work Strictly

Conildential. J. S. Edwards, 05 Market-st, Sydney.

LOST AND FOUND.

BLACK Draught itoibc, Lost from a yard in Carl-

ton, black points, no visible brand, blaze face; £1 reward. Apply to lira. SAUL, Forest-road, Peak

G'

.OLD Bar Brooch, light green stone in centre.

Thura. Hew, Mavis, Carr-st, Coogee.

GOLD Golf Bangle, Sunday afternoon, Fig Tree, Lane

Cove. Row. Jonas, Castlereagh, Victoria-st, Dlist f^OOD Reward.-Strayed, Jan. 0, Black and Tan Doi¿ \T Detainer rtl" save Irulib'. 33~ Sutherland-st. St Pet. IRISH Terrier Dog, collar-on, name Barney; reward!

_R._P_earee,_\\cst-sl, Manly._T.,_llanly 338.

LADY having' lost'Wateh would be very thankful*"!/)

have it returned. 131 Blue's Pt,-rd, K.S. Rea-, EFT at Eddy-av tram shed. Plumber's Blow Lamp

Ret 8 Botany-st, Redfern._Re»ard_ T OST, Parcel, coñtg. tools, betw.

OST, Neutral Bay, Black Kelpie DOG, new collar.

Please ring up Miss Browne. Y213L

,OST, Grey MARE, .IT over - over M. £1 reward.

Neil Thomson. Hall, Sefton Park.

OST, Returned Soldier's BADGE, near Railway. J ltewad. Write SÄ4S. nereid.

OST, "near St. Lennards Railway Station, Sunday A « morning. Pink Scarf. Kiosk. Botinic Gardens.

OST, at "Coogee, Sunday nightT Silver Wristlet ?* Watch; rwd. M. Gearin, Glandore, AUison-rd, Rwk

LOOT, Dark Brindle Bulldog. R. Price, LesHe Cot _tage, Brook-st, North. Sydney.

LOST from UshetJ« Hotel, Sat afternoon. Brown

ieahter Kit Bag, init li.B.W. Rcw: 59 D'hnrst-rd. LOST, Bnneh of Keys, bet Rawson-chbrs. and Or-

chard's. Kindly ret. Bookstall, Rawson-ohambem.

LOST, Wed., early Cremorne traine Leather Knitting

_Bag. Finder communicate 7 Enth-st Mosman.

LOST, Friday, bet city and Mosman, Gold Watcha

initials G.O. or JICO. Rcw. loo Aveniic-rd, Moa. LOST, Bay Mare, black points about li hands. Hew. _Returned Soldier. MHi-st, Carlton._ LOST. Friday afternoon. Dark Brindle Bulldog Bitch. _Reward. 14 Nelson-avenue, Kogarah._^^ LOST, gold Brooch, Prospoct-rd or Seaview-st Re

ward. 2X Constilution-rd, Pettrsllam._ TOST, Leather Bag, Pitt-et-Kins-st Apply Colin

Campbell, Marchant and Co., Ltd.. Print. KcnOrt. LCteT, vicinity Croydon Pjirk, £J/10/ notes. io/

reward. Fletcher, Malvern, Geo. Rivernl.

OST, Lady's Bag, bet Cent stn. tram wait rt

Geo,-st Kew, Torrington. CalUpolj-st H'ville

"OST, gold Cable Bangle, in Redfern Sat night ?^ Reward. 65 Botany-rd, Waterloo._

OST, Black and Tan Aust Terrier Pup, bitch, Sun.

morn. Finder rewarded. 100 Victorjj-s^p^hjiirst

OST, Brindle Bulldog, since Thursday, knotted tail. J Rewaid. 67 Ocean-st, Wooilahra._

LOST, Sun. night. Mill Hill-rd and Woollahra Pica., _gold Brooch. Reward. 248 OiJord-st, Woollahra. LOST, Diamond Bar Brooch. Reward.' MiiS Tucker,

I Hampden Court, Darlinghurst_

OST, Monday, Milson'« Pt,. Baby's Tan Sandal.

Finder kindly return. Scott, ncwuig.. Milson^ Pt.

L"

OSTrrurse, Sunday night, with 2 rings and money. ' Reward return to nazel Glen. Imperial-»

LOST, on Sunday, valuable Magpie, from 33 Burtoo

st. Milson'« Point Reward. _ - _

LOST, Parcel, tramway Bhcd, Burwood, Sunday night

Reward. D. Parsons, tobacconist, Bunvood.rd.

1ST, in Kensington, Black Silk Peggy Bag: re

»ard. Queenscliff. Carlton-sr, Kensington.

LOST, Silver Season Railway TICKET. Rew. on rc

turning to Wood, CofHH, Ceorgc-stytTty.

LEFT in 7.12 train. Carlton to Sydney, Sab mom. (a

present), Handbag. Write

_No. 6737. Herald Office. Reward.

LEFT in Circular Quay tram, Satnrday~nlght, Lady"«

Handbag, Finder return, reward, Orange Grove, ttegent'fl Park, via Lidcombe. _^__^^^

T OST, in Manly, between Presbyterian Church and X/ Band Stand, on Sunday night, Lady's Gold Wristlet Reward. Apply 5615, Herald._

OST, from Camperdown, Chestnut Pony Filly, solver

mane and tait mane been hogged, neaavsidc-eyo

:L"

I_LOST AND-FOUNS.

TOST, between Mount and lalcon streets, Sunday, J-/ 6th, Childs BAG, containing ke>, etc Return IUU Arthur titree! Nonh sv Inev_ LOST, bet Summer mil Manly, Gold Basket Bangle,

reward bTUUIT 53 «loane street. Summer Hill, or Bank of Austral ish_

LOST, George st Cent '« email Ticket Case, contg.

two £1 Note! Ten shillings row ird

CLUtORD, LOW. and CO LID, 77 Cl-ironer st

LOST at Orange or bot Orange and Sidney, the

sum of £.17, in notes £o reward oftcred

_ T O NULL. lost office, Kogarah.

IOSI between Rockdale and Sydenham Doubl«

À Brown Battalion Brooch and Pendant with Photo Return Mrs LUMLIV, Bestie street Rockdale_,

LOS', a 4 stone Diamond Ring Pavilion CJfe Ouav,

or just outfilJe 1 JO pin Sunday keeps ike Re wird 1 Ictfe ret Miss v,_Osbornc_¡_IIarrj_st_Pyrmt. LOST 2 lvMS (t -Salo) in the vicinity of Ovford

street Woollahra liewird. Annetrong and Co, 206 208 Oxford street. W onllahrj_ LOST, in I nderchtTc tram Sunday, a Parcel cont

little girls clothes linder rewarded

Martin \iri I'5 Meek s_o d,_M_rrir__l__

LOST Sj lucy Itallw iv Station Parcel, containing

Lauro and CJIULSOIC Reward MAISON, Lrob, Ldward_troct Summer HilL_.,_ LOST Monday, 7th, 7 10 am train from Burwood,

Glasses in Silver Case Reward. 'Phone, Red. 361. 1 O ANDltbWS, 107 Regent street, Redfern

OST, 13th January, BCG,'containing kcjs, money * Kindly return to 5 Styles terrace. Burwood road,

UurwoocL Mrs CHRISTIE_'

LLFT, Woolloomooloo trim Friday evening, small

hit Bag, containuig papers useless except owner

Return latter Reward PUOIOI LAI, 5 Moore, street, city_

LOST, from Cordon »enuc GIHCKWOOI a ( AN tRY,

dark marking good whistler linder please re- turn to Mrs. HOOD. Rose Cottage. Gordon av enuc 1th, WA RD_ L~OST, Thursday, between Mosman and city, KIT

BAG. cc ntg glasses, book (Accountancy and Comm'l Law), property of soldier, active service. Reward;_S J 11GIII _j2____el_>_road,_Mobmin.

LOST on Srturdav ! vening valuible Gold Wristlet

Witch also Morocco llig, with owl s hejd of Ivory, for clanp 1 indLr please n turu to Killarney, 1 bomas street Coo-ee. Good reward_.

LOST, Saturday, Jan. 5th, between Mansfield-st, Glebe

Point, and Dickson avenue. Gore Hill, a sraaH gold Filigree Diamond-shaped Brooch, pearl in centre. Reward on ret it tp 27 Mansicld-st Glebe Point. LOST, between Leichhardt and Habetileld, new Motor

Tyra and Rim, belonging to Red Cross car ro- wan* £4 on returning to IU-LLY"S MOTORS, LTD., Tj_ 120 Phlllip-atrcct_ LOST, between Rockdale and city, Litho Plan, monnfr

ed on brown paper, of Ljdbim Hill Estate, Rock

Kinder rewarded on returning to HOWARD and Surveyors 129 Pitt-strcct bvdney _ OST, ¿ct Congrcg Churcli and Huntly, Brighton

st, Croydon, short gold Swab Watch Chain, with swivel and knob linder please return shove address, or Jessup, Newsagent, Croydon._ LOST, Sundav night Coogee-Ratlway tram. Lady's

GOLD WRISTLET WATCH, or between Eddy avenue. Haymarket. Good reward. 663 George-street.

Telephone City 4S61_,_ EOST, Purse conUining small sum of money and

stamps, Parramatta rd, near W apd H. Bain'» Furniture Mart. 1 meier keep money omi return purse. Mrs. Mehi VNA, 412 j lirabcth st, Zetland_.

LOST, between Dudlcv street. Coogee, tram, or

King and Pitt streets, h VFI TV PIN BROOCH, set with Ave or six Pearls and rurquoise centre Reward. Miss MiUDh MADDOCkS, 100 hmg »treat, city_ MAN seen picking up Puree in William st, please re-

turn to save further trouble

_81 w lUiam-strcct, city

LOST, Silver BAG, initials G W, coat, about £6

and key Hordern Bros., Pitt st Finder keep money if return bag and key Dearly gift. 85 Wellington ttrcet, Waterloo_ REWARD Left in Phone Box, Central-Stn Lady's

Umbrella hird head on_ handle. Ring North Ul DWARD-Lost Single Bnr Opal Brooch. Flndcr M-\i please return to 113 V Nelson st. Annandale._ REWARD-Lost, at Homebush Yellow and White

Collie Dog, 10th inst HILD PARKER, O'Niel street. Rockdale. Iel, SSO Kog_<_ REWARD-Lost faaturday afternoon, Iresh lood

and Ice Co , King st, Navy Silk Lady's Umbrella. Return E PROUDFORD. POA Castlereagh street, city

REWARD -Lost, Creamy Pony Mare, branded W2,

two rugs om Apply T. J. HOhlN, kewson road, Strathfield. 'Phone, UB578._ Bh WARD - Lost, Leather J'QUOH. near Grund

Opera House, three £1 notes, keepsake wedding ring, and receipt Plcaso return J IL, ¿q Darling hurst street Darlinghurst, after 5 30_ TJEWARD £L-Strayed from Lillian road. Peak XSi hurst. Bay Golding PONY, 3 j cara old, branded JH, also sister Pony, 15 months old, brown, white spots forehead, amp on nose, J. HELSON._. STRAYED, Brown Pony Mare, branded G near shoul ______ Reward. 140 Ceorgc-st, Camperdown.

STRAYLD from 2 Gipp-st, Dnimmoync, Sunday,

Collie Pup Reward. ___,_ STRAYLD from paddock. Brown Gelding, 141,

branded on near btadmarter Í. WIGGINTON, Cab Proprietor Wyrrtes street, Tlurwood Reward

STRAYLD from Hurstville, Brown Mare, huid feet

white, white face, draught £l Raward^^

DEVON, CrccnacTc-road, Hurstville.

SMALL Roll E1LM, 35 feet Cuts, WJnle alighting

from tram 12 o clock last Saturday at lung and Elizabeth streets Reward. Apply .

_COLLINS, I lim nouse 251A Pitt street

QTRA'V LD, Bay Pony- Mare, branded' AE (coiijffT,

IO near shoulder, black points, mane, tau, rope round neck. Ilandsonie reward Anyon« detaining hame after tomorrow will bo prosecuted. D E. M\/L1N. c/o J AD VMS. Boitshcd Spit

STRAYLD from Hazel, Marion street, Lciclihardt,

Brown Mare, no brand, Jong sc-ir, nearly hidden, ar side rump Anvono detaining 2 daya after tiela dau will be prosecuted, 14/1/lfllS ^^

nVAO £5 Notes, widow lady, yesterday, about 130, -L between Barrack George, and hing streets. Noa, known. Reward SB, 10 Barrack st 'Phone 7181 rnLN" POUNDS , HLWARD X LOST, within J of a mile of Fairfield Railway Sta tion, between roads to Liverpool and Dog Trap, on lriday, nth lost one One Prime Fat Red and Wn te Cow, nearly all rod, branded AB and (Uko) Q If stolen, the above Reward will be paid for information pri

vatcly or otherwise, that will leid to the conviction of the thief H CROSSING, Georges Hall, Banks town Monduy, 14th January _ W11 L Person who pioked up Silk Coat Gardens, _Monday return Grand Central Hotel Reward

WILL the lady who picked up the Parcel, Monday

morning, comer \ letona and S>dcnhani rdi, please return 162 Se denham road_

Jj Gentleman seen picking up Parcel on tram

line in Chaiiners-strcet, Monday, return to

334 T lisabefch street, city

UND at Coogrec, Sundiy, Purse, cont soldicr'B dti

chir(,b anti other pin pa pets Iel , 114 Rand

F_L__

TTtOUND, Purse contg -money Owner have same Jj give particulars _hmJ(obin8on,j_Frinces st city TTtOUVD Lady's Watch and Clnln, Randwick, J. X? Murray Atlielstan Avoca st, Randwick._ FOUND, Waverley rd Motor Coat Owner have same

at 27_lIoldsworth st Woollahra, and paving cvs.

TjVDUND, Beaglcliound, name on collar, owner hive -av same piying expenses W Shepherd Peakhurst

OUND, Crcim G11 DING, silver .mane ind tail,

hogged and hinged brand L in triangle

_Percy Judd s Meadows. Hurstville.

F

L710UND, amil Skiff, Cook s River If not clilmed

within seven diys will bo sold D CLOVER,

Government road Mascot

T7WUND. a Dog on 12th miicd breed Cattle Sheep, X1 Black and White Owner can hive by paying ex penses 2 TV indee cr street Darlinghurst_

LIUCHHARDT Pound -Brown folding, mdiit brand

nr sb , 4 white feet broken knees, aged

ST PFTFRS POUVD -Creamv MareT Tike LI nr

shldr , and Creamy Filly Eoal at foot_ STRAYFD into mv vard, light Brown Gelding, brand

like C-V (on side) If not claimed in three day» will he sold 17 Unwin s BncTge-rri Marrickville

_PUBLIC NOTICES._

a-Uli, CJiNTRAL SUBURBS STARR-BOWKETT BAL

LÙX AND SALE bOClETV

THLRD SECTION

SIXTH ANNUU, REPORT.

NOnCE.

THE SIXTH ANNUAL GtNhJAAL MEETING will bo held at the Head Office, 47 Olebe road. Glebe, OB WEDNtSDAY, the 23rd January, 1018, at 8 p m , for the purposo of receiving ami adopting the Directors Report and Balance-sheet for llecting Directors, trustees and Auditors for the current year, and for tlio discussion of any basiness of which due notice shall have been given, as per Rule Sa Section b

/ JOSEPH STIMSON,

Secretary. IMPORTERS of Stitching Wire for Bo* Work

quested to furnish to the Director of Munitions Danks buildings, Bourke street Melbourne for the in formation of the British Ministry ot Munitions, as early as possible, the following information -

(1) Importations for the years mi 4, 101a, 1013

allowing separately the weight of each quality

and sue.

(9) Names of pre war suppliers. ^ ) Names of present suppliers U) Stocks on band (if any)

The return is required from actual importen onb IMPORTERS of Tinned Steel Wire for Woven Mess

Mattrcu Making aro requested to furnish to tile Director of Munitions, DankV buildings. Bourke street Melbourne, for the information of the British Alin istry of Munitions as early as possible, tie foi

'"" ing information -

(1) Importations for the years 1014, 1015, Ml«

showing separately the weight of each quality

and size

(2) Names of pre-war suppliers. ( ) Names of present suppliers _ (4) Slocks on hind (if any)

The return is required from actunl importen only

FTHK ASSIGNED ESTATE OF PRlJ>LRICirsÏAS'

IFY SIMON and LINA SIMON, tradinV as the "WYNYARD BLOUSE MANUFACTURERS," 46 Lackey

street, Summer HUÍ

All Pensons having Claims against the above Estate are requested to render particulars thereof to the un dersigncd on or before MONDAY NEXT, 21sf instant otherwise they will be excluded from participating iu

the distribution of the Estate

STUiKEY nnd STA.RRTY,

Chartered Accountants,

Sydney, 03 York street.

14th Innuip 1018

jypNicip \LKir "oT~ TiTE GLLBL

NOTICE TO PARENTS

JSOTICP is lu-reby given that, in comcquence of the annovanco nnd danger caused to Pedestrian Traffic bv Children using "Scooters " "Billy Carts," etc, on til- Tootpaths of this Municipality, any person offend ing in that respect will bo Prosecuted

By Order,

T D GLASSCOCK,

" " _. _, . Town clCTk «"J JValnrr. Town Han The Glehe 14 lannarv 1018. _ EDNA MVY GOLDEN POINT NO LIABILITY

(In Liquidation)

Shareholders ire notified that application lor shares in the New Company (to be accompanied by scrip ctrtlflcates and utatutory Declaration) mnrt reach the Liquidator by nmrstlay, 3lsfc January, 1718. other wi«o their rights will lapse.

corma may 1« obtained on application.

E. M. TWISS, Liquidator,

".v. i Brootanan's building. Adelaide _ _th_Jinrar__l<_!_

À0^?, T^n*?"* -t,MV, P'0""^. COTioord" East

U Carmichael Cormiston av. Cone F

T w"'.H,i,BAW "T? S»le my Propertfôf 43 acr<U"fröm

oil Agents. J Smith Rouse Hill

(y^J^^^'T' S^LÜ1"' R«Poned from

Í ba«.

PUBLIC NOTICES,

RETTJRNFD SAILORS and SOLDIERS" IMPERIAI»

LfcAGUr OF AUSTRALIA -New South Wales BrancrT-Ef iCTlOV of OFFICERS 101« by PLEBIS- CITE VOTF-NOMINATIONS will be received for the follown g 1 ositions -President Vice Presidents Five Congressmen and 10 Coinmitteemen 1917 Financial Members may nominate or ne nominated Each i oraination m ist bear the full name address occupa

lion and signât ire of nominee also the signatures of livo members Nominations close at noon on January 10th, 1018 A. G POTTLIt, Secretary, Macdorell Itoise Pi*t-«tTcet faydne3__^_

ALI TI MMS in the above Estile musí be rendered to is on or bcforu TUISDVN. NL\T. -nd instant, otherwise they % ii] not be recognised»*

IIALB1 RC I ARSONS and ANDrlKOY

Public accountant»,

S3 dney I quitable building,

_Imuary lilli 1018_Ceorge street

.püBLIC NOTICE

The Next FINAL C\AMIN \T]OV ol the Pharmacy Board of New So ti Wales will be held on MONDAY the -oth Iebniirv 1913 and following days, as m-ij be rcuqircd Candidates «ill have to give IO daj s notice to tile Registrar together with tile ex

aminatlon fee of £3n/

By order of the Pharmicy Board,

A FORSTLR, Registrar. Bl hmond Terrace Domain

s^dnej 12th Januarj 1018_ Fl UGG U I left at Atoa House 27 'i ork-rt Wyn-

yard ¡,q <-vd cj i» not ela med within one monta

from dite will be told ^_r_200m

1DLLNDLD "Soldiers raining" rund Bazaar Leich 15 hardt-Rafllcs Cami ole \37 Miss* Addison,, Pedlar DoU & Mrs. Miman, Nuree Doll A72, Mrs. lorshaw lea. OI Tainting 5 Mrs. Creswick, Cushion 38 Mrs. Leslie_. REMOVAL.-The Original Dinah Barnett of 97 Liver-

pool street Wardrobo P irehaser his REMOVEI» t» 5 Randle-strect three doors off Elizabeth-street, hclng Suhwa.v Teirrhone j41o_City_ -W11 I l ot I e re 1 n s hie lor nnv DPBTS eontrtctea - in ny nan e no* after rl date without mr written authority C 1 LONG

10 W iIH-im street Double B«y

1

FOE SALE

TTOGSUIOLD AVD OFF1CB FDKSTrUBK. XX GLNUINE FUliNlTLitL BABQAINS

Al

SYMONDS FHRMSHINU LTD (Only Address)},

"C8 llir-SI. NKAJ1 BATHURST bl. 263 PITT-SE.

A FEW LINKS- _

A BAMBOO PIÜSI1 DRAWING ROOM SUITE, £20A<. A MASSIVE SOLID WALNLl SIDEBOARD, best Ene

IifOi make, cost £22/10/ sell £10/10/

A SOLID OAK UALLSTAND fitted rug box and «eat

and hevelMirror sell £2/10/

A COUCH upholstered in Leather, £1A7«A,"_ _^_ A PRETTÏ DLSIGN SOLID 0\K SIDEBOARD, Îttei

oral Mirror Worth £11/10/ sell £8/111/

A SOLID OAK DINING-ROOM SUITE, of 8 CHAIRS.

titled movable seats sell £0/10/

A bOLID \ «L-L OYLIiMvNTJL, fitted 0 bevel

Mirrors cost £o sell J."/17/a

A WARDHOBL fitted J bevel nuiors and 3 drawer«

under caned nandi» sell X ¡o I

DOUBIL BIDSli U) and WIRI M\TTRESS and BLDD1NG the lot complete i. Ii I _ A Iretty DcMirn SOLID MAI Li SiniMHRD £7/lfi/

SOI ID ROCKWOOD OMJtNUNTlL Chippendal« design, cost £0/10/ sell ¿I/lo ",",

A MISSION OAK BhDROOM SL1TL £10/1«/ ""^

1UNDSOMK SOI ID M MIL Bl DROOM SUim worth £28/10/ sell £22/10/ ",.,,.

A Sill ItATUN CUL\ \L MIRROR in Solid Mahogany,

£5/15/ cost doi 1 le , ,

A SOLID OMv DOUBLl Bl DSTUD and Wire Mat-

tress aid SCI OI Bl DDINL, Ile whole lot cora

A HlCNDSOMLdSOUD OAK BCDltOOM SUITE «tto*

side reflex mirrors Bell £1 liol __._. A POUSH1 D W \LNUT E.XT1 NSION DINING TABLE.

In perfect order seU £3/10/

0\K PYLMSTVND 0/ OAK T \BL1 10/6 ^^ CORNLR V.ABDKOBL 8/C I OLDING STRBTUBJH«.

SIVVHGH B \CK DINING CHAIRS eimi*

V.N LNCIOSID KUCHEN DRISSEU U »

v MVPH DIMNGROOM SU1TL OF CHAIRS beat

njkc Worth £12/W sell £8/15/

IARCL SE\CKASS -UNGE CHAIRS 16/8 each_ cuLsrs OF ORA write CUFSTS or DRAWERS.

Good old n uko in best woods.

PRICES -

20/ 2o/ 30/ 37/0 oj/ "5/ (15/ to £7/10/.

A SOI ID OUv COMUIVVriOM DRESSING CHEST OT

DRAWLIIS IUIBL bevel minor £2/lo/

A SOLID crDAR ?« UiDROHl a cift i.o/16/

SVGTR 7 DRAW ER SI WING SI VOHIVL sel £1/16/. LINTN PRESSFS £*/10/ £->/17/0 and £3/10/ SOLID OAK WHITING EURI AU Jt»/l"/8

\ lOIISHID WAINUT SIDrBOlRD £VW8

ICF CHEST £3/10/ CED\a B0OhC\SE £3/15/ LARGE SET OI BOOhSIIHMS £1/7/6 ASOITD MAPLFOIHCI l\BLb £4/10/ A SOLID OAK ROLL-1 Ol' DrSU £9/10/

A COPYING PRE=S 7/6 Ol TICF T \BI r "76 IEDGERDESK 37/6 IROV SAFl £>/10/

Cedar OFTI ICE¡TABLE and PIG1 ONIIOr ES£1/17«. OFTICF ARMCHAIR lo/ Ol I icr CUPBOARD 35/. OH ICE TABLE, Leatler Top fitted drawers 2 /0

Hundreds of Bargmns too n li eroui to mention. GOODS DEIIVERID TRI I C111 OK SÜBURBt.

GOODS STORED Hill CN11L RLQUIRED

Al

TT\!ON'D3 TURNISnlNC ITD (OVTY \DDRES«1.

iT^ONDS LRNSllINC ITD CONLY ADDRESS)

SYMONDS I-URMSIIINC LTD ÍONL"i VODRESS).

2ffl PITT ST NF Mt BATÜIIRST ST "6S I ITT ST 2« PITT ST NF Mt BATHURST ST "IS PITT ST aa pin ST NF \R B \TIIUHST ST »OS PITT ST

B

LRKMAS S IJcensod Pawnbrokers B1RKMAN Ü, -' 1 awnbroknre Bargaini I awi brokers Bargains.

100 102 WILT JAM S1RLLT SYDNEY N b,W

The largest selection in the Conimonwerlth of every thing j ou require for everjbody Come and inspect.

DIAMOND JrWLLLTRY Or Pt TRY DTSCRIPTION.

PUHb blLRLINO SILM II GOODS Made by the World s Beat Makers

SPOONS AND rORKS 01 UK II GR M1F

KNHLhi VSD CAR\ LRS ASD VCCI SS0RH-"

CUT GL\SS ANTIQUES W M CHES AND CLOCKS.

COUNTRY CLIENTS SPLCIVLLY CWIR1D 10R.

WRIT1 FOR PRICL LIST GOODS SENT Of APPRO

UNRLDLLSILU 1 LEDGES tQUAL IO NtW BLRKM\N S, BrllUM\N S BFRkM\NS

"]l pi LIÎS Lkcl std Pawnbrokers -Dan tv Drop Ruby ?"J- and I carl Set Necklet »5/ latest design Sobd Gold and Pearl Set Necklet ¿i/ Hte»t deslgu Sohd Gold Uea^y DoubkCirb Chain £1/10/ \ oith £7 neirly ner Solid Gold filled full je veiled Lu er Viatel

£ /5/ guirantecd for 10 >cir in perfect order 5 di unond UM hoop Hu g £l>/J0/ i lannum set wlute, first uitcr flawless duuioi d onginallv cost £12 set oí JO peces of lible S l\er tv ly article btamped, Joseph Rodgers comprising 6 Tibie Spoons 6 Table I orks 6 Dessert Spoons Ü Dessert 1 orks, 6 Teaspoons, £ hi the set almost 11» orjniall¿ cost £o MIERS, l0n_Ceorg street 4 doors_l_elo v \iithoi 3 Horderns _

AT NT.SHI1SG S- lu Gent s Solid; Gold Slee\e

Links 11/ cost ¿ol 1 rgo SI ield torpedo siiapt, very handsome Di in 01 1 Crcsce t Brooch 1' large dia mo ds o 1 knife cdt,c bar £1 /IO/ ii sol ite bargain, cost £30 Soli 1 Coll Thin hie fitted ease IV cost 30/

rnamel \\ru>tlot Watch Sie le Strap perfect time- keeper 10/ pair Solid Heavy Gold St d larrlngs dainty R lby setting 8/6 quite ne Gent 3 ISct Heavy Solid Gold Single stone Ring real Sapphire 2a/ cost 60/ \ESHI INGS Pawnbrokirs ai-fli George-street \fest. MFN S SUITS made to order for 55/ reduced fro»«

,ol Speciality in Serges Browns and Gre)«. Own material made up for "0/ Till ELITE TAILORS, 27 Queen \ ictoria_Markets George st_ VrEN S UNCLAIMLD SUITS in all shades and lVLsizcs 2o/ to i5/ Unclaimed Trousers in all shadeü, 8/6 to 10/6 FI ITE TAILORS 37 Queen Victoria

Markets George street

w.

_1TE Sewing Machine splendid .order alj attchni , £4/10 Pinnock 28 Q \ Mkts 3 dpi.. Druitt st BARG \IN S in Unredeen ed Pledges compris ng Dil

mond Rings, Brooches Firrings Gold alberts batches, highest grade I-adv s Gold Wristlet Wat 1, Bingles, Siher and Plated Ware and Cutlery Lstib lished ^ years. Goods sent on approval W Bh.RU MAN 283 hmg-st. Newtown opp P O tph L13 8. CAMERAS aud Lenses Sold Bought Exch Send for

list RiisscU s Camera rechange William st citj ICTURE I-RAMIS oOO of e\ery description"

X paintings 10/6 lifelike Inlaigements, from old faded photos Come and see 100 ladies Bags and Purges from 6d Fruit Sets, Tea Sets Dressing Sets

everything beautiful and ¿he la- In svstom at ti 0 ROYAL STUDIOS 1 ear P O Clntawood

CJ1NGLR \ND OTHLR MAhl^, cq lal to new cheap. »J PINNOCK a 28 Q\ Markets near Druitt-st

SEWING \UCUU,t BUYERS-Before decidiig oaU

¡INNOCIvS -8 QY Mai kel« 4 Doors Druitt st,

PINNOCK, s Sewing Macl ines highest grade lowe? '

once cash or trms _S O V Mnrketji ni- viMittt ¿ 1

pni;e cash or trms -S Q, V Markets nr Druitt j

SEW1NXJ White Drophead almost new accept reasc

able offer A \ K Shop ^_Queen_\içîlarko StVjING New Home Drophead all appliances

_bargain *. N \ Shop 2o_,Qucc5_V letona JIar SINÍSEB Drophead good new all fittings /

genuine A N \ Shop, 25 Queen 1 letona 3lai.e

UTTONHOLF Machine ne\ fast Call inspecli» ' trial ASA Shop 2o Quecn_Victoria Marketi.

C 1 ASH REGISILRS-Sole Ageits \MfcRIOAN New,

I Second I aud Nationals (guaranteed) from £

CLAPHAM and C O Ground Floor 1 reen an s ch-uubers, _318 Georgelt, jiext Silvester s near Hunter »t

JAMMAKEIIS-One heavy Copper IS gallons Pre».

Pan eq 1 cw cheap Roi rman pi mber hatoomba Q1HF MANUF*OTURl-RS SUOWROOMS~aT57_King

. street Ncwtou-n opp Minaban s Boot lactorj aie still offering ti eir Oak Furniture at the old prices, notwithstanding a rise of 3d on every foot of timber Oak Bedroom suite.» £7/o/ £ /15/ £9/15/ £11/10/ to £16/JO/ Oik Sideboards £3/10/ £3/l"/6 £4/17/6 o t £o/l>/6 £8/1/ £8/1 J/ to £1»/10/ Oik D It Suites 7 pieces, from £3/10/ to to/o/ 8 pieces from £V17/0 to £ /I IO Glass door Kit Dressen, from &>/ Ml otter pieces equally reasonable

_CAIL AND INSPl-Cf TO DAY_ SOLOMONS BUÎGMNS-Di 1 ion 1 Ring ISct solid

gold Gipsv set 3 p iro diamon Is oj/ a bargain Gent s solid Gold New Keile« Uuitiig Llgui \\ tell

£7/10/ cost L. gus. guarantee 10 j rs 1 ct Gold Stud Eamngs 6/6 pair 7 » George street opp

Marcus Clark 6. noir Rulwav

QfFJlLINO Silver mounted C1 ina \ases ^erv daintv ».J 5/ pair Sterling Silver mounted Cut glass Salt and I epper Shakers 3/6 cadi 1 doz be,t Shttllcld Table Knives for ./ Walker and Hall solid Silver pitted S g-ir Spool« 2/ each solid Silver plated Cut Blass Biscuit Barrel "1/ I doi. solid Silver plated Heavy Al quality Teaspoons, for 10/ SOLOMON S, ^j)Jjcorgc_5trcct opp Marcus Clarkj near Railway TTALI CWT old soft wai 1 roken cjl Records at -a-«- Phonograph best offer A\ Rohrman Katoomba. TTE«P,Sn0P LErrl ,iS thanking u- forthVcolöured -a-«- Me lallion Brooch supplied to our customers price only 3/0 from any photo TALMA STUDIOS 37« Georsc_street__Sydney_ ML TRO Invalid Chairs, chain drive pneumatic tyres.

I ists Macartney '-> Cnstlrreagh st_ O M HUNDRED r\PfcWRITHtS 1-OR SALE many

almust M w Latest Model UNDERWOOD-*. RKSIINGTON« MONAROH3 etc also SMITH PRb RDÎÎJ.0811 , E5'PIRts OLTVLRS, HAMMOVDS, BiRLOCKS and other makes. Our GUARANTEB .r^,!1, íi,e,X."raaohinc Vo w,n "ccePt extremely LOW PRICFS to eleir These Machines have all S,n2-.íraÍe,d»out ,or th8 '""onnto MASTER MODLL ROYAL T\P1ÎWR1TER. CASH or TERMS Wrlia for Price List See our 'Windows.

STBNLY PINCOMBE LIMITED

.-_-__ _46 Hunter-ttreet, Sydney XfWLDING ritAM, almost new mudguards apron.

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