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DRESS, FASHION", ETC.

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mrffiRK IS MUCn PROMISE

Jl AND MORE PEUFORMAirai

¿BOUT

PITT-STREET HORDERNS

JANUARY BARGAINS. '

TVhrn ve List Uni-gain« for nuUlfc noiico we don't (Inn? on our IfMtfrinalion for thinK* we would LIKB to hive, but

LIST DITIECTLT FROM TJUä BAUQAIN TABLES,

, copyinpr the actttal flffarai

both on to usual ana re due«! RclHnf? price»-a poli<y ' . that deserves, «id «cure«,

a very RTaUlylnp public ap- preciation,

NOW AS'TO TO-DATS

BIG BARGAIN DOÎNGS

IN OUR

READY-TO-WEAR COSTUMES.

Kore* only are listed out of dozens of equally special

Bargains; but the four TALK.

mt» JAP. SILK COATS AND SKIRTS, coat» nloely

made, with belt at waist, and trimmed White

buttons.

SEASON'S PRICE, 35/; REDUCED TO 10/«.

WRITE .TAP. SILK ROBES, bodices made large, col-

lars fastened front A\ ell-cut skirts.

SEASON'S PRICE, 42/; REDUCED TO 3Î/B.

SMART COATS AND MUMS, of COTTON GABAR

DINE, in shades of Grey, Ruse, Pink, and Fawn. Costa made with belt at vvnist, step collara; others nudo with white collar and strapped 6clf. Full

darts, high-waisled.

SEASON'S PRICE, 20/0, 85/; REDUCED TO 17/1) DAINTY ROBES OF PAILEII'H SILK, bodice made

with low neck, edged with finely-pleated nlnon frill to tone Full skirt, finished at waist with folded belL Shades of Pink and Saxe.

SEASON'S PRICE, 62/fl; REDUCED TO 27/«.

REDUCTIONS THAT STARTLE

roLKs wrno THINK THERE ARE NO CHEAP

GOODS TO IIB HAD,

ART. ANNOUNCED TO-DAY II»

LADIES' COATS.

Wlt^tfreet Hordern Fashion» havo a reputation cecond to nona Pitt street Hor- dern Reductions are ever genuine. Conic in and test these from all angle» they -won't disappoint j ou.

LADIES' TUSSORE COATS, in Î «nd foH lengths.

USUALLY 2!/, 25/. »/«. 89/0, 79/6.

REDUCED TO 12/11, 14/11, 21/, 29/«, »/«.

BnAtrrrFUL MOTOR COATS, in Gloria Silk, Check

Glare, Casement Cloth, etc.

I SHALLY mia, 75/, 79/n, 84/.

Rl'DUCLD TO 21/, 27/0, 2!)/«. S7/fl.

MATRONS' 1UCII BLACK PAILF.TTS SILK COATS,

full length nnd í length.

USUALLY 49/0. 37/0

ItRDHOED TO 20/0, 22/«.

PtTfUK STOUTS COATS, slightly soiled.

REDUCED TO 0/11, 9/11.

WkBITTONABLK BLOCK STRIPED CREPE SPORTS

COATS.

REDUCED TO U/S, _ A FEW ODD COATS AND M ACINTOSHES.

REDUCTO TO 4/11. 7/U.

FOR WET WEATHER.

A FRfSt! SHIPMENT OF

r»YXNETTE COATS, MACINTOSH COATS, AND

PROOFED OARARDINK COATS,

SIZES AND PRICES TO SUIT ALL «VOATWI

THE fWATICTTY OF

NAVY SERGES AND -

PENCIL STRIPES ,

Andu no echo at

riTT-STREET HORDERNS. Ml etneka, bought at most favourable prices, and an- swering to all the latest ideas of Fashion, are await-

ing your selection. _ _ «-Inch FAST DVK LIGHTHOUSE NAVY SEROUS.

PRICE, 5/11 PER YARD

*»*neh NAVY ESTEMEN'E SERGES, fast dye. »

PRICE, S/ll, 4/0.

rwR COATING SERGES, nice soft finish, suitable

for mat» and skirts.

(¡Oin Buln - Win Win «Oin 12/0 11/0 14/11 15/8 17/« BLACK AND WHITE PENCIL STRIPR SERGES, good

dye». 40 to 44 inches.

3/3. 3/6, 3/11, 4/11. 6/U.

WAVY AND WHITE PENCIL STRIPE KEROKS, Rood

dyes, 40 to 44 inches.

2/9, S/fl. S/U. 4/11, BAL

UNK N'AVY COATING SERGES, 54ln, fin« White Pen-

cil Ftripc.

9/0 per yard.

WOULD TOO LIKE PATTERNS?

WE DELIVER FREE

ALL PARCELS OF DRAPERY, CI/VnTTNG, ARD

FOOTWEAR ALL OVER AUSTRALIA.

r BORDEEN BROTHERS,

SYDNEY'S LEADERS OF FAS1H0.VS,

205-2Í1 PITT-STREET.

AND 422 GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY.

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HOW MUCH DO YOU

SPEND ON GROCERIES?

' Whether It be much or little, yon'r»

willing to spend less if you can.

Providing of course that } ou get tha kind of groceries you like-fresh, wholesome, and appetising.

McLLRATH'S *

SINGLE-PROEIT PRICES

We buy In huge quantities, and

sell direct to the consumer through our own chain of stores-thus

giving you tlie choleo of the finest goods, which carry but one small profit Send us a list of your

requirements, and wc will forward pr» forma invoice, showing the exact cost of the goods landed at your nearer« station or wharf.

CHOOSE FROM THIS LIST.

. . »oz.

'Tîosa" Breakfast Food, 21b packet» ...... /S}, 6/J "Rom" Breakfast Food, 41b packet» -..7101, 10/3 LA.L Tinned Peaches. In Syrup, 21b tins ..' /H. 10/0 I x i,, Tinned Pears, in Sjmp, 21b tins .... i/lli, li li I.A.I. Tinned Quinces In Syrup, 21b tins .... 10, 8/9 lJv.L Tinned Cherrie», in Syrup, 21b tin» .. /11J, U/3 I.X-L, Ahsoited Janis, 13oz tins/from . 4/11 I.X.L. Assorted Jams, 27in. tins, from ...... 9/3 Ropa Flavoring llsscncos, lou. ........ ft, 0/9 Km» Junket 'labluts....... /8, 7/9 Rosa Cloudy Ammonia .-._. 10, 8/9 Derrick Tomato Chutney ....- /8, I/O .Rasa" Pure Limejuice .......X............ tylOJ, 22/ Hop licor Powder, packets ..!?.... /9, s/9

Ginger Beer Powder, packet» . /II, 6/0 Foggitt, Jon«.' Veal and Tongue Pate .... /«, 6/9 lernt, Jones' nain Pate ..,. /7. 7/3 8 and A. Plum Puddings -. 1/5 and 2/6 per tin logo's Tomato Soup . /0 and /8f per tin "Rosa" Assorted Pickler, round ....... /9, 8/9 "Roca" High-grade Pickles ........"_... /IO, 9/9 ."Rosa" Worrcster Sauce .. /BJ, /71, and ty V& bottle I.X 1. 'romalo Sauce ...-......-. /7, c/g Mixed Crown Soap. fl\ and /U per bar Mixed Crown Soap, per Lease .... 0/9, per case 38/ Special Crown Soap . /3, /IO, and 1/ per bar Special Crown Soap .-. per f-case 10/3, per case 40/ "liiKa" Perfumed Soap . /IO and 1/2 per bar "Rosa" Perfumed Soap .. per i-ease 12/0, per case 60/ Sunlight Soap, 3 Bara in l>ox . 1/1,12/9 Sunlight Soap . uer case of 2 do*. Doaes, 2Î/6 "fii«a" Tuikish Bath Soap -.-. /3, 2/9

Write tor Samplcn.ot Our Famous '

ITcILRATIPS, LEÖITED,

Head OfDoo »nd Country Order Deni..

Pitt and Goulburn street»,

SYDNEY.

Brarohe» fn Principal Suburb».

6EEAT BARGAINS LN BOOTS

AT TUB

CALLAGHAN* OCCASION SALE

NOW ON. , FOR GENTLEMEN.

Box Calf Lace Boots, smart shapeX

patent toccaps ..1

Buckakin Larc Hoots, Kid lined, jf

edge, Red Rubber welted kale«..

Canvas Lace Boots, Rubber soles.| Canvas Lace Shoes, Rubber soles ...., tanya» Laie Shoes. Rubber soles ....

__rOR_IiADIES._,_,_ White Satin and Court and 1-Uárj j

Shoes . J _ i gi«

White hatin Court and 1-Bar Shoes,/ I

best quabücs .j isfn I Button or Lace Boot», high leg, pump

und welt soles, pitcnt leather J golosh and vamps, White and all I

»olour lops . 1(2/ 85/1257 H/ Paient leather J.Rir Shoes, purup| I »

?nies, Cuban heels, Black Suedr' rollar, Miiart ,ind good . Bmart Patent Leitncr Court Shoes, for

eiening wear, Cuban heels, pump raient l.eilher Lite Shoes, for wulk-l

mg. splendid quality, Cuban heels, __l'l un flrov, White top

a/

22/«

Ifi/U IS/11

J5/1I 10 I'l.R CENT. DISCOUNT FOR CASH ON ALL-"

GOODS NOT REDUCED.

CALLAGHAN AJsTD SON.

m GLORGS-STKEET, SYDJUT.

DRESS, FASHION, ETC. SUPPLY STORES'

SUPREME SUMMER SALE

OOHHKNCB

9 A.M. TO-MOEROW.

EVERY PRICE REPRESENTS

BIG VALUES.

SRB SALE LIST IN HERALD AND SUN.

, SUPPLY STORES,

v m, «St, Ht, tn

1*111-blltERT,

1TTSAR LlVinil'OOTi-STREET.

rUBUO SUPPLY CO-OPERATIVE CO., LTD.

REDUCED PRICES FOR ELECTROPLATED HOLLOW WARE

.' - Ali, TOROUGH

JANUARY,

AT NOCK' AND KIRBY'S

LOW PRICE STORES.

A list of this Price-Reduced Electroplated Hollow Ware follows-and, as you'll note, it is «11 Useful Silver

plate-dailv domestic utilities,

in fact, that every housewife'«

x heart will go out to * Note the snbvtantial Price Cut». Remember, thev carry Oarality, and (rood Drsigns--nnd pet

determined that SOM F of these Bljr Price Cuts »ero made expressly for YOU.

CLEAR CLASS CIARKT JUGS, witt SBverplated

motmtine; Usual Price, 0/6.

REDUCED PRICK . 8/ each.

OPEN BUTTER DISH. Sflverplatrd, with class Itara«;

Popular denim Usual Price, 9/6

REDUCED PRICK ._. 8/ «eh.

CHOICE JAM DISn, clear frías» container, en «

»ttraettvc Sflvemlaled frame. Usual Price, 14/.

REDUCED PRICE .. .. 31/11 each.

STLWRPLATED BUTTER DISH, Clear gbaa,

neat desiun, with cover Usual Price, 14/6.

REDUCED PRICE _ 32/4 each.

DAINTY SUGAR DOT, Mauve «r Ruby tinted Gb»

container, in Silverplated frame, with Spoon. Usual Price, 16/0 each.

REDUCED PRICE ._14/ each. BREAKFAST CRUET,

DOUBLE-PICKLE FRAME. coneMhjaT of «r*j»re-«hiped

botlej, on » Silverplated frame. Usual Price,

15/6

REDUCED PRICK . 14/11 each.

3TLTERPLATED SAUCE BOAT, food ejnaTtty, «ni *

very convenient sire Usual Price, 38/6.

REDUCED TRICE . 35/9 each.

REDUCED PRICE_16/7 «ch.

fnLVKRPLATED TEAPOT, a plain, popular pattern,

very nlcelv finished Usual Pnce, 21/

REDUCED PRICE . 17/11 each.

CHINA SALAD BOWL, with SDvcrplated rim, and

SCTVcnl Very dourallie table appointment,

nimal Price, 22/6\

REDUCED PRICE .__.. 18/9 each,

LUNCH CRUET, contamine; 4 Smiarc-nhaped ent

c$ani bottle« in « neat Silverplated frame Usual T>rice, 25/ ,

REDUCED PRICK . 21/3 each.

DOUBLE JAM DISn. » pretty cot siam dish, mounted

on a silverplated frame. Usual Place, 26/

REDUCED PRICE .21/3 each.

SUGAR «nd CREAM STAND, very pretty floral ne

corntcd China dishes, on a Silverplated frame. Usual Pnce, 27/6

REDUCED PRICE . 25/6 each.

DINNER CRUET eontainimc 4 round bottle«, «n

Silverplated frame, of Rood design «nd finish. Usual Price. 80/

REDUCED PRICK ...._. 25/6 eech.

STLVERPLATED CAKE BASKET, Oblonr» «htpe, ern

boned work bottom, folding handle. Usual Pnce, 10/

REDUCED PRICE . Ï5/B nach.

HANDSOME CHEESE DtSH, « richly polfcibed piece

of Silverplate Umal Price, 85/

REDUCED PRICE . 29/9 each.

HOT WATER JUG, » plain piece of STverporte, ti»

very high polish of which makes it quite dis- tinctive Usual Price, 56/.

REDUCED PRICE . 29/» each.

STIFR CAKESTAVD, a vcrr convenient «Tttefe m

deed Frame Is Silverplated, Plates «re China.

Usual Pnro, 37/fl

REDUCED PRICE . 82/ each.

SILVERPLATED CAKE BASKET, Oval shape, pierced

design, fotdmr handle, Rood quality. Usual Price, 40/

KEDUCFD PRICE ...~. »4/ aeh. ,

THONES: CITY W60 (SIX LINES).

ALL GEORG&STREET TRAMS

STOP AT OUR DOORS.

NOCK AND KIRBY, LTD.,

The Home of Noted Low Priée« ter

General Hardwa-t and Drapery,"

», 190, 193, 394, ItMA'GEORCl^STREET

(Beer Circular Quay). SYDNEY.

rB EASBStt TO PREACH THAN tO PRAOnSE.

«s «ny young Doctor will tell any young

Minister.

It is easy far ne to presch of the meat« of

"BEX"

CAMP PIE,

Buy a tin of "Bex" Camp Pie to-day wire it for Tea, and see how everyone enjoys this meat delicacy. It is compounded nairn tho choicest meats, seasoned «nd cooked m the exclusive "Rex" way, then packed in « jelly-Urra, dear, tasty.

"Rex" Camp Pic ahrnyi opens up in primo condition. It is tender and tasty All (he savoury flavours and rich juices of the fresh meat« are retained.

No picnic is complete without "Rex" Camp Pic Slice it thin for sandwiches, or take « tin with you. Sold by grocers every-

where

FOCGITT, JONES, and CO, LTD,

Packers of "Rex" Pure Food Products,

LUU.1

PRESS, FASHION, ETC.

BONDI CASH STORES'

MAMMOTH SUMMER SALE

CARNIVAL.

Price-cutting Event at Bomil Junction

STARTS TO-MORROW,

THURSDAY, JANUARY 17.

Men or Women who accomplish bli thing»., wh« succeed where others fall, are those who »re «"¡re*"1 enough to study economy and grasp opportunlnn. Right here in our own district an event of surprising Interest, that will stir every thrifty bargaln-seckcr, i« the _ .._

BONDI CASn STORES' PRICE-CDTTINO BALK.

£16,000 worth of Drapery that yo» rtqtrir» to-day, and every day, consisting of " ,,

DRESS MATERIALS, MANCHESTER, MnAIrfKKY,

MANTLES, HOSIERY. CLOVES, LACES, RIBBONS,

MERCERY, and CLOTmNO,

AT YOUR DISPOSAI..

Watch our Windows, our Tables, our Ouuntei», cor Line» crowded witli bargains.

SHOWROOM.

DO Dnzrn Wlilte and Coloured Muslin Blonaw, neat

designs, latcst square collar; 8/U. SALB PRICE,

2/0S.

SO Dozen Women'» White Voll« Blooaea, «roar» »nd

round necks, trimmed VaL lace and Insertion; 0/U. SALE PRICE, 0/1L

20 Dozen Women's White Silk Hemstitched Blouses,

W. and O.S. SALE PRICES, 0/11, 8/11.

Women's Willie Pique Skirts, with two pocket» «nd

belt, 8/11. SALE PRICE, 4/0.

Women's White Linen Skints, latest designs, trlm

.med buttons and bands; 10/0. SALE PRICE, 6/U. Women's Fawn Gabardine Flared Skirt», with poc-

ket« and belt: 14/0. SALE PRICE, 10/0.

50 Dozen Women » Floral Crepe Kimono», in «II eel

ours and designa, full size; 8/U. SALE PRICK,

4/0».

Womens Cotton and Wool Canadian Bathing Cos-

tumes, trimmed Black and Colours; 8/U. SALE

PRICK, 7/«

Women'» and Maids' Navy 8tockTnrtt« Amalean Dath*

Ing Costumes, Rod, Saxe, White, «nd Greca col- lara; O/U. SALE PRICK, «76.

Women'» Long Corsets, low bust, Qrey tate Whits?

4/0. BALIS PRICE, Î/U4V

loo Dozen Women's White Ribbed Cotton PMtaiMti;

1/3. SALE PRIOR, lOJd.

100 Doren Women's Extra Large Aiueilu- Cotton

Undcrvrals; 2/0. SALE PRICE, IA ,

1GB Down Women's Chemisa Whit« Ribbed Oatt«

Undcrvcsts. Usual Price 2/U; BALE PRIOR, Í/S. 51» Down Women's White Calico Magyar rfighutresse»,

embroidered Palo Pink and Blue. Worth 6/6; SALE PRIOR, 3/«.

50 Dozen Women's larg« size Calico Combinations.

Worth 8/U; SALE PRICE, 2/U.

100 Dozen Women's White Calico Camlmrai, nicely

trimmed with Embroidery and VaL Lace. Worth 3/11; SALE PRICE, 2/0.

Children's Nnvy Blue Print Rompers, special fast

colour. Worth 2/0; SALE PRICE 1/U.

Children's Tussore Silk Rompers. Worth 4/11; SALE

PRICE 3/1L

CliUdren's Coloured Striped and Check Tub Frock»,

20 to 21 inches. SALE PRICE, 2/0, 2/11.

Maids' Coloured Plain and Check Coat Frock», al)

sizes. SALE PRICE, from 6/U.

Children's White Muslin Frocks, culb, front»; 2/11.

SALE PRICE, 1/10}.

Women's White Aprons, with Bib. Special Big Pur-

chase. For a Big Sale, 1/ each.

MlXLlÑERY.

50 Do7cn Children's Panama Peter Pan« with col-

oured cord. Worth 1/U. SALE PRICK, 1/0J.

CO Dozen White and Coloured Washing Hats, to clear ' at 1/3.

50 Dozen Untrlmmcd Tagcl Shapes, assorted colours.

. Job purchase. Worth 7/U; SALE PRIOR TO

OLEAR, Old each.

Ladies' Kcady-to-Wcar Straw nat», assorted colour» and

trimming»; 0/U. SALE PRICE, 2/U.

Special Ladies' Trimmed Hats, in great variety and

colour. Worth 12/11; SALE PRICE, 0/U. .

30 Kngrkh Models,' your choice. Worth SO/; SALE

PRICE TO CLEAR, 12/11.

12 Boxes of coloured Flowers, to clear at our Big

Sale, Od Spray.

MANCHESTER DEPT.

Strong Wlilte Calico. SALE rRlCE Od Yard.

30-Inch Madapolam, soft finish. SALE PRICE, 7J(1

Yard.

Good Strong Damask. SALR PEICI!, 1/3 Yard. ,.

Roller Towelling, something special. SALE PRICE,

OJd Yard. ,

Good Towels, to go at our Sale, 1/ each.

Shelving Bairc, worth fijd; SALE TRICE, 4d. A

quick seller. '

White Marble OH Baize. Worth 1/U; SALE PRICE,

J/6. ,

Serviettes. "A real bargain, 4/U dozen, at our Mam-

moth Sale. '

See the Manchester COUNTER «nd TABLES for Bar-

gain«.

DRESSES.

Extra Special Value in Print», neat'design». OUR

SALS PRICE, «ad.

OUT THEY GO, WaiJiIrur Voirea, Delalncttes, and

Muslins. BIG CUT SALB P1UCH, 7Jd Yard.

27-inch Fuji Silk. OUR BALK PRICE, 8/U Yard. Special Oller.-Dmible-width Tweeds. OUR SALE

PRICE, 1/3 Yard.

40-inch Colton VollSa, In spotted design». OUR SALE

PRICE, 1/ Yard.

HOSIERY.

50 doz. Black Cotton Hone. Sale Price, OJd pr.

60 dor. Black Cotton Hose, good Black., Worth 1/3.

Sale Price, 9d.

«0 doz. Black Lisle Hose, good Black. Worth 1/U

Salo Wee, 1/3 pr. _

30 dor. Black Cashmere Hose. Worth 4/6, Bale Price,

3/« pr.

24 dor. AU Wool Cashmere Hose. Worth 2/TL Sala

Price, 1/U.

10 doz. Wool and Cotton Black nose. Ribbed. Bal«

.Price, 1/3.

10 doz. Nice Heavy Weight Cotton and Wool Horn.

Sale Price, 1/0.

A few pair only Black SHx Ankle Hose, Cashmer»

feet. Sale Price, 2/11.

30 dor. Black Mercerised, fine Lisle Hcae. Sale Price,

1/11j.

10 doz. only Black Silk Ankle Hone. Worth 2/U.

" Sala Price, 2/3.

10 dex. Whit» Silk Ankle Hose, extra fine quality.

Worth 3/1L Sale Price, 2/10J. ' 10 doz. White Lace Lisle, a gilt. Sal» Prie», Hld

pair.

GLOVES,

Black and White Lisle Gloves. Sale Price, 1/ nair. Black and White Silk Gloves. Sale Price, 3/10 pair.

Children's Silk Gloves, 1 to 0. Sale Price, 1/U pair. Large stock of Kid Gloves, While, Black, and Tam

Salo Prices, from 3/9 pair.

LACES.

Watch our windows and Table« for bargain» in lace»

and Embroideries.

Big Bargains ¡n Ladles' Handkerchief«.

100 doz. White Hcm-stlUhed Lawn Hajidkerchlef».

Silo Price, O.for 1/.

100 doz. Mercerised Coloured nawlkcrchlefa, »ery nr»

quality. Sale Price, 4Jd each. A t

50 do/. White Emb. Fancy llarttIkcTchle»J. S»le Price,

OJd each.

Largo Assortment of Boxed Fancy Handkerchief». Bale

Price, from 10Jd box.

10 Boxes Fancy Frilllngs. Worth 1/ yd. Bale Price,

7Jd yd.

5 doz. Ladles' Collar», Sailor «liane. Une net Sale

doz. Ladles' Crcpc-dc-Chine SaIlor-»hapcd Collat«, . all colours, Hem-stitched. Sale Price, 3/1L

2 dot. American OotLrs. Worth loJd. San» Prie»» Tjd,

YEILLNGS. '

Largo Assortment Ninon Veilings, all arowie», heavy

weight. Salo Price, from 1/9.

10 pieces Double-width Ninons, »H »bade». aWe

Klee, 2/U yd.

Large Assortment Net Veilings, all colorir». Blacks,

Plain, Spots, »mi Border». Sale Price, 1/ yd.

A tew only lovely SUk Suniihndcs, not 2 alike. Sale

Price, 7/0 each.

A good assortment in Black Umbrellas. Sale Price,

3/0.

Big Bargains in Buttons, and an kmda of Fancy Good»,

and Haberdashery, at our Mammoth Sale Prices,

MERCERY DEPT.

OUR PRICES ARE CHEAPER THAN CITY PRIORS. Men's Fancy Cotton Socks. Sale Price, (Id pr. Mon'» Black Cotton Kock». Sale Price, Od pr.

Men'» Wool and Cotton Socks. Sale Price, 1/ nr.

Men*» Cotton Undershirts. Sale Price, 1/0, 1/U, 2/TL Men's Flut Undershirts. Sale Price, 1/8.

Men'« All Wool Flut Shirt». Sale Price. 5/S.

Men'» Cotton Underpants. Sale Price, 1/0, 1/9, 2/8,

S/U.

Men's Wool and Cotton Underpants. Sale Price, 4/n,

6/8,

Boys' Cotton Neck to Knee Bathing Costumes. Sale

Price, 1/4, 1/fl, 1/9, 1/U, Í/.1, 2/ß.

Boys' and Youths' All Wool Hawkiir1» Patent Bathing

Costume». Sale Price, 0/0 to 9/0. Ask to »ee

them.

Men'» Onftniece Cotton Bathing Coutume. Bale

Price, iron» i ti

Men'« All Wool Hawkin'» Patent Bathing Cortóme«.

Sale Price, 770, 8/0, 9/0, 10/0.

Men's White Mercerised Shirt». ' Sale /Price. Í/8. 1/9.

2/U, 3/fl, 4/. , ., -rx .» , Boys' Washing nat». Bale Price, 1/, ty«, ya, ï/n,

2/0.

Men's Washing Hat». Bare Price, 1/6 to »AU. Men'» Felt Hat«. Sale Price, 4/U to 10/8,

Some very special clearing line» In Men*» Braces, Collars, Tics, Studs, Socks, Supcnder», Colonxed and Khaki Collara, White and Coloured Border Handkir claef». Silk Ilandkerehiefa, Plain «nd Initialled.- all

at Sale Prices.

COOTHING DEPT.

Wc specialise in Boys' »nd Men'» Clothing. Our good» are always up to date, and cheaper than city

price».

BoJ7/o7w"H/a""' a"e' Price' 8/*'4/u' m> e/B

Kni^i '£?"?%. .Ulw<1 ö»»"**. Sale Price, 1/U.

2/U, 8/6, 4/0, G/8. ^ .

%,^ iTor,ouscns ,u ""?. *h N«' 'ra

Men's Striped and Plain Crash Trouser». Sale Price, Men's Cream Cotton Serge Tiuuseia. Bale Price lita Men's Cream All Wool Serge Trourers. Sale Price! Hen's Washing Suit*. Sale Price, from 15/a Men's Tweed Sport Suits. Sale Price, 19/6. '

Be alive to your own interés!»; get vonr share of »he good thing» going cheap «t the BOVDI CASH STORFS and for your own sake compare our prices Von will' «c that we sell the rame goods far cheaper than citv bouses, and we give yon hettcr attention i That's why people are coming from all directions to do their shopping nt the popnlnr big draper». It pavs von well to spend vour rush at our Mammoth Sale BONni

CASH STORES, BONDI .TONCTION. 'Phone, Yv^v!

An country customer^ plea*, write for everything yon require. All rouifS-v orders promptly oxecnt~i

If not *atisr>d »end good- bick, and ' monev wi"l be

refunded. That Is our guarantee of good faith. '

R0NDT CASH STORES,

BONDI JUNCTION.

«TOREÍS ZABKIN, EROPRH2TOS.

DRESS. FASHION, ETC. ßOTS

AND GIRLS LOVB FREEDOM.

They need te ramp «nd «tey? therefore see that their underwear allow« them plenty of

movement.

JAEGER PURE-WOOL

UNDERWEAR

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the adult, and «II between.

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7 small Fruit Bottle«, with cover« «nd

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7 large Fruit Bottle«, 1 Bottle Brush, 34 Spring Clip«,

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1 Perfection StefUaeer. 1 Thermometer,

1 Book of biatioetioiBS,

12 Small Fruit Bottle« with Coven «ad

Robber Rings,

12 IJUTTÏ Fruit Botttae, 24 Spring Clip«,

1 Bottle Brush._

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flavour in these delicious biscuit« that fills the bill for «11 occasions.

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KOGCITT, JONES, AND CO., LTD.,

Sussex-street,

SYDNEY.

oovERHMEirr &mj& IUILWAXS.

TJICHMOND HACES.

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY li.

SPECIAL TRAINS for First «nd Second Class Pas- sengers will leave Sydney for Richmond at 0 26 a-m. (homes), 10.30 a-m., and 11.25 a.nv, and leave Rich- mond on return at 6.6 p.m., 6.30 p.m., »nd 6.S p.m. (horses).

Season Ticket« win not be available by the Special

Train.

Further particulars obtainable from Stationmasters. SPECIAL CHEAP EXCURSION TO MM-BOURNE.

THURSDAY, JANUARY 17.

A SPECIAL EXCURSION TRAIN wiH lesrve Sydney for Melbourne »t 3.60 p.m. on THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, calluig at tlie principal ttations en route, arriving at Melbourne at 12.21 p.m. next day.

FARES.-First-class: Single, £2, Return É4. Seeond elsss: Single ill/10/. Return £3.

Return Tickets wiU have Coupon attached, which will require to be exchanged for a Single Ticket for the return journey within one calendar month from date of issue. Such tickets will be mallabie for return by anv train except the Express trains.

For forth! r particulars sec handbills, obtainable from

Stationmasters

By order.

(tt-128)_J. S SPURWAY, Secretary.

"VIEW SOUTH WALES GOVERNMENT RAILWAYS IN AND TRAMWAYS.

TENDERS will be received at the Office of the Railway Commisioners for New South Wale«, Bridge street, Sydney, until noon <*i the dates mentioned, for the following SUPPLIES, etc:

JANUARY 16th, 191S-Supply of Two 30 K.W. steam

Driven Alternators. Specification No. 494, Price 2/6. Chief Electrical Engineer's Office, 61 Hunter street, Sydney.

Purchase and Removal of a quantity of Free- stone Blorlis, now stacked on the City Railway Works, Outer Botanical Gardpns, Macquerie-etrcet. Approximate quantity 80 , cubic yards. Stones about 12 inches thick, 2 feet wide, by about 3 to 6 feet in length For further particuUrs «nply to the Manager of the Works.

JANUATVY 21, iola-Supply of Annual Stores for ye«

to Juno 30th, 1919, under Schedules as published h Svdncy daily papers on December 8th. 1917, am] ii

"Government Garette." A preliminary deposit equal lo one per cent, of the estimated Tsloe of the Contract must accompany each tender. Tender forms and particulars at Office of Comptroller of Stores, Wilson-street, Newtown.

Tenders not accompanied by prelimlitry deposits when required, nccordine to «poclflcation, will be treated ns informal. All tenders must be «ddressed tn the Railway Commissioners for New South Wales, and endorsed "Tender for Schedule No. 8, Metal Lamps ann Fittings," or «a the case mar bo.

The Oornmireioneni do not bind themserve« te «e~ cept any tender.

_J S. SPURWAY. f»eref«rv.

AMUSEMENTS.

J^IÍITAMBIIA _ THCATItE.

Mreetio. .-.... C. F. PogUea».

TO-DAY AND ALL THIS WEEK, _ CWNTWUED SUCCESS,

AUSTRALIA'S GREATEST PRODUCTION,

THE SENSATIONAL PICTUR1Î THAT IS MAKING ALL

SYDNEY TALK,

in

EIGHT WONDERFUL REELS,

A COO-EE FROM HOME A COO-EE FROM HOME. A COO-EE FROM HOME A COO-EE FROM HOilK. A COO-EE FROM HOME. A COO-EE FROM HOVE. A COO-EE FROM HOME,

Released Exclusively by Woods' Australian Films.

.ALHAMBRA THEATRE.

?frrADDINGTON'S THEATRES.

SPECIAL FEATURES STOWING TO-DAY.

STRAND <Pitt-strcet, opp. Fanner's).

CHARLIE CHAPLIN in "THE ADVENTURER. - GEORGE WALSH in "THE YANKEE WAY."

Chaplin start» II a-m., 12-50, 2.40, «Jp, 6.20, 8-10,

30 p.m.

GLOBE (OcorgTHrtrect, opp. Q.V. M«rkets).

FRANCIS X. BUSHMAN in "THE ADOPTED SON." _ Starting 1LS0, L25, JL20, 60S, 7JD, O.S. GRAND (Pitt-street, opp. Boyal Arcade).

"THE GOD OF IXL'OJt CHILDBEN."

Btarüng EL30, LS0, &JS0, fUO, UUL a.» MAJESTIC (Oxford-street, opp. HydePaifc).

THEDA BARA in "A FOOL THERE WAS." Also New Story of .'CheTteven Pesai«." Starting 13. 3.25, 3.50, 6.35, 8.46.

EDfCS CROSS (DarUngbunt). XVEKTHO, art 8.

CHARLIE CHAPLIN in "THE AIXVEivTUREB,» ROY STEWART in "ONE SHOT ROSS." New Story of *The Berco Pearls."_

JJ. THE I

TO-DAY AND ALL WEEK.

The Passionate Enchantress of Emotion, the cract

PAULINE FREDERICK. "DOUBIJ5 CROSSED."

Ah» «bowing, Wallace Reid and Myrtle BUediaiu in

"THE WORLD APART."'

Cootinuopg Performance from 31 «.m. tiTI 19,30.

T

10WN HALL, SYDNEY.

WEDNESDAY ORGAN RECITAL.

THE USUAL MATINEE ORGAN RECITAL will be held «t the Town Hill, Sydney, TO-DAY, WEDNES- DAY. JANUARY 16, 3018. at 3.W p.m.. when the City Orintnist, Mr. ERNEST TRUMAN will render the fot lowmg prognunmec- 0

3. Prayer in "B" Flat .-Rubinstein. 2 March in "D" .--_-~. Lemmcns. 3. Excerpt "I* Boheme" .-.._.. Puccini. 1 March m "F" .-...". Barnby.

5. Crand Offertoire in "F" ,. Batiste.

GOD SAVE THE KINO.

Dated this fifteenth day of January, 1018.

THOMAS H. NESBITT,

Tonn Clerk. Town Hall. Fyqncy.

IOO-EE, FROM HOME, most Thrilling ind señsT

r3fS

.¿IPTS wanted, Light Comedy or Itevnc. Write, I Secretary, Na 1 Cumer-st, r*da*insto«v. '

YOU WART TOUR PHOTO TAKEN KOWt

YOU WANT YOUR PHOTO TAKEN.

YOU WANT YOUR PHOTO TAKEN. , YOU WANT YOUR PHOTO TAKEN. , YOU WANT YOUR PHOTO TAKEN.

YOU WANT YOUR PHOTO TAKEN. YOU WANT YOUR PHOTO TAKEN.

«EAD THESE SPLENDID OFFERS NOW. READ THESE SPLENDID OFFERS NOW. READ THESE SPLENDID OFFERS NOW.

OONTTNIIED FOR JANUARY.

Oin- Special Offers for 3918 have been «peetany pre n*red. This year w* have cclirned »11 pteviou» effort» in « very beautiful and «rtlstio creation. The Photo is tnilv artistic, the meunt is suierb, the finish is excellent. But our first considération i« quality; the Pilotos and Enlargement« in these offer« will neither tpot, fade, nor deteriorate, but are ._

ALWAYS BRIGHT AND BEAUTIFUL.

HIGH-CLASS WORK. IN EVERY PORTRAIT.

Four Special Offers

7.'«, 12/6, 16/6, and 22/1 _^._^

One for every purse. All Oood, High-cl*«», Artlstie.

FIRST OFFER.-12 Crown Jewtls and « beautiful Enhirgement for 7/6.

FOURTH OFFER.-A Splendid Putuilation Pietore. A BEAI3TIFUL BIRTHDAY OB WEDDINO PRESENT,

SOMFTM1NO THAT WTLL HE AND REMAIN

THE PRIZF. OF THE COIiLECTION.

PHOTOS IN g DAYS AFTER RETURN OF PROOF.

SPECIAL NOTICE.

We take Photograph« in my weather. Wet weather make« no difference to carr instantaneous procer«. We alio send Photograph« to any address,

TITI

« STUDIOS,

44« CEOROE-STREET (next te Roberts' Hotel).

AMUSEMENTS.

riVJRN

TO

ItATIsrra TO-DAT. AT % MATINEE TO-DAY. AT Í.

JtafuiiBsiaua exactly Cb* «an* a« «* Bight.

CrdMnm hnlf-pric* ta> all part» «accept UU door

.asilan.

pALAC

? _ THEATRE. DheeOaa-HZTj. aa«t H. Tatt

J. AND «. TAITS NEW COMEDY COMPANY

TURN TO THE IUTJHT," TURN TO THE RIOHT," "TURN' TO THE RIGHT," hy Winchell Smith and J. E.

Greeted every evening by esoarded MSBMB, «bevinsl that TURN TO THE RIGHT" «a TBK Master Play Of

Mirth.

Turn to the «tight" ia a very complete neceas, anal should achieve the honour of another ten meka' run.

(Vide The Dally Teleer«»*».")

YOU WILIi W50RET IT ALL YOUR HFM IF YOU MISS TURN TO THE RIGHT."

The Revival ti only for a limited eussuu. and intend- ing patron« «re advised in book early and «eenre seats.

Flay Produced by Gaston

Box Flam Nicholson'«, Day Sale White SOM,

Late 'Phono Bookings, City «626.

/.^RAND OPERA HOUSE. VA Where a Thoneand Children Laugh at Once.

Now, who's for * trip to this wonderful «bow?

H your parent« won't talc« you, just take them and go.

MATTNFJS DAILY AT J.1Í, MATINEE DAILY AT 2. IK

EVERT EVENING, AT 7.65.

PANTOMIME. _ Thousand« of children every afternoon and thousand« of adult» every evening revel in the delights of _

BEN AND JOHN FULLER'S FEAST OF REVELRY,

ROBINSON CRUSOE, ROBINSON CRUSOE. OF RAINBOW ISLAND

(Written «nd produced by Victor Priaee.)

THE DEVIL'S WHIRL,

A fhrflttng act in a gl»nt globe, perforated ny the wonderful Staigs, Is worth * visit «imply

on its own «ccouni.

COMIC DELIGHTS FOR THE WnOLE FAMTLT. A TUMULT OF COLOUR AND LOVEUFRSS.

CHILDREN (ALL PERFORMANCBS) :

R.8., 2/; D.O., 1/6; Stall«, 1/; Upper «rd«, «d. Booked, 2/ (in Circle or. Stalls).

Adults, 4/, 3/, 2/, I/. No Early Door». Fl«n Nichol- son's till ft, then White Rose, next Theatre, with Day Sale«. Plan also Hotel Australia.

P

LATHOUSX. v

COMMENCING SATURDAY NEXT, JAW. »Ok

FOR A SHORT SEASON ONLY.

Return Visit of ,

SYDNEY JAMES

and his famous

ROYAL STROLLERS. ROYAL STROLLERS.

ROYAL STROLLERS. .

Return to Sydney of all the Favourite«,_ SYDNEY JAMES «nd "BILLY," MADELINE ROSSITER, CONNIE MILNE, .lOSDÎ JACKSON, G. W. DESMOND, GBO. CRAYSTONE, CYRIL NORTHCOTE, BRICE

BOWE

During the STROLLERS' Return Season ENTIRELY

New Programme«! will be presented.

Popular Prices: 3/, 2/, «ixl 1/. Sat«., 4/. Plan* new open «t Paling'«.

TJNIi

PICTURE THEATRES.

General Manager .... W. Barrington Miller.

TO-DAY'S SUPREME STAR FEATURJS

.YCEUM (Pitt-atreet). '

ETHEL CLAYTON hr THE WOMAN BENEATH," "THE BOTTOM OF THE WELL" (Evening only), "Haunted by Himscir1-Keystone Comedy.

Starting II, 12.», L40, 4.30, 6.20. Evening

7/30.

CRYSTAL PALACE (George-street).

OLIVE THOMAS in "INDISCHE

OLIVE THOMAS in "INDISCREET OORnWE." Starting IL», 1.5, IS, 6.6, 7.5, 9.6,

LYRIC (Qeorge-street, ern. Central Statten).

"ALIMONY," the Story of an Unwanted WB*. Starting 1X20, 3.3Í, 3.10, &S, 7, ».

EMPRESS 'George-street, near Liverpool-street).

GEORGE WAIÄH in "TUB YANKEE WAY,"

FLO LA BADIE in "WAR AND THE WOMAl^?... Starting 11, 3.35, 4.10, 6.45, 9.20.

WESTS OLYMPIA (Oxford-st).-EVEN»»» AT ft.

CHARLIE CHAPLIN in "THE ADVENTURES."

_DICK ROBSON in "CASSIDY" (Triangle)._

TJICHMOND PONY RACH3.

- LONDONDRRKY OOUBSB.

THIS DAT, WEDNESDAY, lath JANUARY.

TO-DAY.

143 Entries. FIRST RACE, 3.» pjn. M* Entries.

SPECIAL TRAINS han» Sydney at »-2S e,m. Otones), 10.1Í «.nu, «nd 11.25 a.m. (Passengers).

rrTHS TOURIST BARBOUR TRIP

IS RUM

EVERY THUbSDAY.

Steamer Leave« Fort Macquarie at 10. IS aju. and

2.16 poa.

Do not miss the oupuitauilty of «eeing Sydney Har-1 boor in all ita Mia^uncence and Grandeac Every! Comfort. Ko Overcrowding. '

_ _ACIDtOWIiEDGED TO BB

THE CHEAPEST TOURIST HARBOUR TRIP

W THE WORLD.

FARES:

LUNCHEUS (at Corey** Barden«): Adult», */ chO.

Iren, 3/.

ALL DAT ban NJf ara,: AdnKa ML CarOdven 1/

HALF-DAT (Morning or Afternoon): Admit» Xfi,

JjUIRY

TeL. tuft, GI*. 421». Sydney Ferrie». limited,

1YXAND TRIP, UPPER LATIR ODVR «JTEB,

SPLENDID PICNIC GROUNDS.

Saturday« and Sunday«: launch every hoar fnm

Figtree. i

Holiday«: Every Half-hour.

FARES: 1/3, Children, M Return.

Week-day's Special Tourist Trip to Bead of Naviga-

tion. Î/» Return.

All Information «t Tourist Btnwm, Martin-place.

JT.NOLAN _CAVES.-Latest six-cylinder, 7-seater Tour

mp Cnr leaving Saturdav, 0 a.m., lunch Carrington nntel, Katoomba, thence Caves, returning Monday. £5, covering accom. 'Phone, Pet. 86a, for booking.

CJ1GNORA FERRARI PASSMORE will mm, Tuition i M Monday, Jan. Si. Studio, li. Carnegie'«, 334 Geo. et |

AMUSEMENTS.

T. C. WILLIAMSON'S THEATRES

Mnetiea .I. G. WILLIAMSON, LTD.

MsnigirsT Directors,

Georg* TaHh, Hush J. Ward, Clyde MeyoelL

CRITERION. , .

A Delightful Excursion t» The Land of Make Believe

LAST THRKK WIGHTS, AT ».

ÍTNAL MATINEES,

FINAL MATTNLE3,0

TO-DAY, AND FRIDAY, AT ». TO-DAY. AND FRIDAY, AT 2. TO-DAY, AND FRIDAY, AT 2. TO-DAY, AND FRIDAY, AT 2.

J. a WILLIAMSON. LTD,

present

' JtATHLENE MACDÖN7LL

KATIILENB MACDONELL

in J. M. Barrie'»

Encuate Flight of Fancy,

PETER PAN. PETER PAN.

CHARLES WALDRON in AssoeI«Hon.

«?CAPTURES THE SPIRIT OP YOUTH. PLAT PRODUCED BY X. W. MORRISON.

Plan at Paling'» tm B p m^ thereafter with D«y Sall

.t White Rose, Pitt »treet. ¡

O"

SATURDAY NEXT

A PLAY EVERY WOMAN WANTS EVERY MAN

TO SER.

TO BK STAGED FOB SU NIGHTS ONLY. IO BK STAGED FOR SLY. NIGHTS ONLY.

Hobart Henry Drries*» Emotional Play

In ghi» Powerful Story of Hanna Devotion and Passion

EATHLKNR JtACDOKKLL XATHLENE MAODONELL

win appear «a

MIRIAM.

.a« Portrayal al whjk* character has placed her ii the raremost ranks of EngHah-epeakinff Actresses.

rjlMJit WALDRON AS GEOFFREY SHERWOOD.

PLAW AT PALING'S TO-DAY, AT 9.30.

Permanent Ftrrt-nlghtcr» wiH please notify r»Ung*> before « run. on Thursday ii they require their «eats.

TTIK _ MAJESTY

SYDNEY BTAMPEDINO TO THE BIO SHOW.

Unparalleled in Splendour and Gaiety.

-"Catholic Pre»«."

HIQHTLY, AT 7.50.

KATTNEE3,

TO DAY AND SATURDAY. TO DAY AND SATURDAY.

AT 2.

NIGHTLY, AS 7.50,

J. a WILLIAMSON'S

Dazzling and Dashing Revue,

Toa never law anything like it I

A DREAM OF LOVELINESS and LIVELINESS.

TIM Intellectual Pressure 1» Negligible. Play Produced hy JACK HASKELL.

Musical Director .- Andrew MacCunn. Ballets by. Minnie Hooper,

BETTER TO BOOK THAN BE SORRY.

Plan at Paling'« till S p m , thereafter at Hot Majesty'». Day Sale at Callosc's.

iTVHEA

MATINEE EVERY

EVERY AFTERNOON. EVENING,

AT 2. AT 8.

LAST FOUR NIGHTS OF TnE SEASON. " LAST FOUR NIGHTS OF TOE SEASON.

J. O. WILLIAMSON'S JUVENHiE PANTOMIME,

Presented by a Cut of 140 Juvenile».

LEFT YOU WITH AN EYHILARATTVO FEELlNO OF PRIDE IN THE AUSTRALIAN CHILD.

-The "Sun."

Produced by CHARLES A. WENMAN.'

MATINEE AND EVENING PRICES:

I/, ii, and 1/. Res. Seat», 4/, Children, Hilf pnce (Gallery exceptad).

rían at Paling's till 5 p.m.. thereafter with Day Sale at Hill'», next Theatre Royal.

/"IRI'TKRKJN.

Plctunwme Japan, with it» legendarj lore in contrast with modem life. This I» the dramatic motif of the new play by T. n«rry ilenrimo and Harrison Rhodes, to bo presented by J 0. WILLIAMSON. LTD. (by ar- rangement with Cohan and Harris, of New York City), on Saturday,

January 26

Now tie Outstanding Theatrical Success of New York

and London,

KATHLENB MACDOWELL

and a Brilliant Cast,

tacaMin»; Charlea Waldron.

Permanent flrst-mgritera a» maud, plan at Paling's next Monday.

T. C wTLLIAltSOH, LTTX. * win, ' '

on a data to be announced, present

AT THE THEATRE ROYAL,

HERBERT BHENOITS MASTERPIECE.

THE PALL OF THE ROMANOFFS. THE FALL OF THE ROMANOFFS.

ïnis powerful screen production ia most tamely. It cornea at a bo» when the gai* of toe world is fixed upon Rumia.

It reveal» the true story at Rasputin, the roost astonndirur adventurer of modem tiroes; ¿iowa the false prophet nstng from peasant filth to the silken splendors of Petrograd, where he makes Grand Dukes and money masters his servant» and the, Czar himself bia humble foUower; depicts his discovery of "the mad monk Illodor, »n educated man he endeavoured to cn «lave; portray» Hiodor"» ¡inpnuonmcnt and escape, and graphically pictures Rasputin'» bloody »»cent to supreme power, the great conspiracy ending in hi» sensational death, and the dawn of the Revolution-all breath- lessly dramatic; the whole an achieve ment unequalled in the enure range of motion pictures.

THE PALL OF TOR ROMANOFFS,

TTOS LUXURY AND SQUALOR or RUSSIA.

METROPOLITAN DR\M\TIO ARTISTI", good voice

and musical knowledge, desires engagement in recognised Vaudeville Act, or would like heir of Part ner (male) with idea for working up same Young good appearane«. Open I week, mia, (LP.O,

AMUSEMENTS/

TTtIVOU _ THEATRE

FINAL ADA REEVE MATINEE, TO-DAY, Ï.80.

FINAL ADA I1EEVI1 MAT1M-I1. TO-DAY, 230. .

1IVOLI THEATRE.

Harry Rickards Tivoli Theatre», Ltd.

Governing D;icttor . Hugh D. U Intoan.

' MATINEE TO-DAY, 2..10. TO-NIGHT, 8.

MATINEE TO-DAY, 2.30. TO-NIGHT, 8.

And Two Following Nights only of

ADA REEVE IN WINNIE BROOKE, WIDOW. ADA »LEVE IN WINNIE BROOKE. WIDOW.

LAST TUREE NIGHTS-ADA REEVE. LAST THREE NIGHTS-ADA KLLVK. LAST THREE NIGHTS-ADA REEVE. LAhf THREE NIGHTS-ADA KhjaVE. ' LAST THREE NIGHTS-ADA ItbLVE.

LAST TUREE NIGHTS-ADA REEVE. LAST THULE NIGHTS-ADA HELVE. LASP TUREE NIGHTS-ADA REEVE. LAST THREE NIGIIIS-ADA RKBVL. LAST TUREE NIGHTS-ADA REEVE.

WINNIE BROOKE. WIDOW-LAST THREE NIGHTS. WINNIE BROOKE, WIDOW-LAST THREE NIGHTS. WINNIE BROOKE. WIDOW-LAST THREE NIGHTS.

Good-bye and Farewell to a Great Star in a

Great Mutual Comedy. Season positively Concludes

Friday.

Last Three Night», TALLEUR ANDREWS. I-ast Three Nights TALLEUR ANDREWS, And aH the Popular Ada Reeve Company.

Last Night». NEIMAN and KENNEDY, Comedian».

.Phone, 0924 for

THEATRE.

THURSDAY NIGHT, 'nie Society of Brick» wHl

'Brick" TALLEUR ANDREWS. -_

r T1

Commencing at the Matinee.

HUGH D. MTNTOSH Present»

A Sparkling New Program of the Best ia

VAUDEVILLE and COMEDY, VAUDEVILLE "and COMEDY. A Host of Wcw Feature»,

Special Engagement and Welcome Besara «a

PETER DAWSON, PETER DAWSON, PETER DAWSON, PETER DAWSON,

the Eminent Baritone, direct from Ms

~ Successes in London and South Africa.

i ANNETTE GEORGE.

ANNETTE GEORGE. ANNETTE GEORG!»

the Ever Popular Soprano, in a New rtepertoirfi,

THE CREOLE FASHION PLATE. THE CREOLE FASHION PLATE, THE CREOLE FASHION PLATE,

A Melodious Modern Mystery,

and

A Brilliant New Company of Comedian«, including

BEATRICE HOLLOWAY und ROBERT GREIG. BEATRICE HOLLOWAY and ROBERT GREIG. BEATRICE HOLLOWAY anrl ROBERT GREIG.

Mario Eaton. Hugh Huntley, Herbert Leigh, Violet Wray, Charlie Brown, Clarice Hardwick, Charles Wheeler, Alice Dronvvn, etc., in

. , Margaret Mayo's Great Comedy Su nus»,

DABY MINE. B\nV MIN'!'.. BABY JUNE. BABY MINE.

, Th-reo Act» of Hilarious Joy.

.. Ouo Long Gurgle of Never-Ending DeUght

Box Plans now on view at Nicholson's and Tivoli

Tf my husband donated a hundred donara every year to a baby's home, I would suspect him."-Zoie in "Baby Mine," the lauglung comedy to be presented at Tivoli._ miVOLI THEATRE

NEXT MONDAY.

SPECIAL AMATEUR TRIAL MATINEE.

To Encourage Australian Talent,

Performers who Intend to avail themselves of ap- pearing at this should apply to It. E. Catlcy, Tivoli Theatre, immediately.____ riHVOLI y THEATRE.

.jirATTNEE DE LUXE.

IN AH) OF WOMEN'S HOSPITAL, CROWN-ST.

TIVOLI THEATRE

(Kindly lent by Mr. II. D. M'Intosh, M.LC),

TUESDAY, JANUARY'29.

PLAN OPENS AT 10 A.M. ON FRIDAY NEXT,

tile ISth inst., at Nicholson's.

TICKETS.-Reserved 21/ and 10/0, may also be ob- tained at Hotel Australia and Mary EliraboUi,_Tex

Rooms. Gallery Ticket», 2/0.

W1"

HIPPODROME

'JACK AND THE BEANSTALK.

?The Genuine Pantomime? *J

SIXPENCE FOR THE CHILDREN.

From To-day Matinees Daily.

WIRTII'S HIPPODROME THEATRE. 1 The Best Pantomime In Sydney.

WILLIAM ANDERSON'S GORGEOUS

PRODUCTION,

Where You See the Brightest Specialties.

STARS OF TTIE FIRST MAGNITUDE.

Pretty Girls. Glorious Music.

Charming Dresses, Witty Dialogue,

Topical i-aviiigs. Tunny Scenes.

HITS OF THE SEASON

1 "My Gramaphonc Girl," .

"Australia,"

"'ITic Black Cat," "There's a Girl for Every Soldier,'

"The Shorter They Wear Them the Longer

' They Look."

Price»; 3/, 2/. and 1/; Booked Seat«, «/.

Prices for Children:

naif-price to aU part».

/?100-KE, FROM HOME.-The Picture you've wanted. Swl but never thought possible._' " ' "PSLIOK'S

ESLICBTa

PALMDIUM. PALLADIUM.

FANOY DRESS CARNIVAL,

TO MORROW.

There is a new, clean atmosphere

«bout the Pally. DROP IN ONCE.

Yours Radiantly,

T. H. ESLICK.

PALUS DE DANSE, . CRYSTAL PALACE.

AT 2.30 and 7 30. SPECIAL FOB TO-NIGHT. GRAND GOLD MEDAL WALTZLNG CONTEST. GRAND LOLD MEDAL WALTZING CONTEST.

ALL SYDNEY'S LE «.DING DANGLES COMPETING.

Od. GENERAL ADMISSION SIXPENCE. 6d.

GRAND FANCY DRESS CARNIVAL NEXT MONDAY.

O'

OO-Kl'., FROM HOVE -To-day and oil week.

DANCLVQ TAUGHT (Classes or Private Lesson»),

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

FERNDALE ACADEMY, 44 Oxford-street, Woollahra.

OUT INQUIRIES: Care Liddy'» Bootsbop,

87 Liverpool-».!. 'Pilones: City'2S00. Pad. 138. War, looa NE vc SATURDAY. 10th, Mis» F. ALLEN'S MOON-

LIGHT EXCURSION to Gorrey"» Gardens, Caba- rita. I'iist-ciavi Music Aboard, and Dancing in Pa- vilion. Steamer leaves Fort Macquarie, 8 p.m. Ladies 1/, Centn., 1/G, Plus Tax. Ticket» en Wharf.

.Phone, raia

MRS. 1UKFENDËNSMITH'S

10th ANNUAL FREE SCHOLARSHIP.

Entries mav now be sent in for Mrs. HAFFEXDBN SMITH'S ANNUAL SCHOLARS1HPS, which entitle winners to 12 months' training (2 leesons weekly. Voice Production, Singing), free of all tuition fee». There is no charge or entrance lee in connection with these Scholarships, nor any age limit.

Applications for entry forms may be made to Mr. F. .1 DAVY, lion. Sec., co Mrs. nAFFENDEN SMITH, or intending competitors may have a private interview with Mrs. HAFI'TiNDEN-SMITH, TO-DAY, WEDNESDAY, from 3 to 6 p.m.

Address WANGANELLA,

Allison-road, Randwick. Tel., Rand. IOS«.

Take COOGEE tram to Church-street.

STUDENTS' ANNUAL RECITAL, Town HalL March.

SJ1U.1E.I .VWVJJI..UI \JE aiuaivj.-upera uiaas. .Next

KJ production, "Dorothy," at Easter. Rehearsals com- mence February 2. All those desirous "of becoming mem- ber» of the class arc requested to make early application to the Registrar, SOD Pitt-st (nearly opposite Criterion

Theatre). 'Phone. City 7QS1.

AUCTION SALES.

(Continued trom Page 4.)

10,000 feet of new OliEGON.

8000 feet of BALTIC WEATHERBOARD. SOCO feet of KAURI FLOORING.

2000 feet JOISTS, B.W., 6xt.4xx.tx».

« x L

TUESDAY NEXT, U AJt Ali. EDGAR will 8ell by Auction.

Sea Saturday*» "Herald" for foil rauticnlars. JRJÎLIMINARY NOTICE.

l LEICHHARDT.

UNRESERVED SALE BY AUCTIOW,

TO-MORROW, THURSDAY. JAN. U, at Í3»,

on the Prcinibes, Walter-street. FURNITURE and FURNISHINGS.

LICENSED SPRINGVAN, HORSE, and HARNESS.

MEDLOW BATH.

ARCOT» COÏT., Railway-parade, contg. hall, dining

loom, 3 bedrooms, maid's room, kit., raillery, vcntnd-ihs front and back, water laid, electric light avaiUulc; land 00ft to Railway-parade, depth Sllit The picked position of Medlow Bath, right opp. railway station, almost adjoining the Hydro. The above property wdl be o de red by Public Auction,

on the Ground, on

ANNIVERSARY DAY, 20th JAN., AT ÍM P.M.

GOYDER BROS., _AUCTIONEERS. _

CHONULLA-SUTHERLAND.-THE RIGHT NAMETSs

been given to that BEAUTIFUL LAND, LONG MEW ESrVTK. 15 Choice l-ots. Trem Stop at Estate. Auction ANNIVERSUIY D\Y. Write TODAY for * flan_0/ MOMIO, Auct.. CRONULLA.

COO I.E. TROM HOME.

Australia'» Diggcst Picture, Alhambra Theatre,

PUBLIC NOTICES. JTOTICE. _

RETURN OF INSURANCE PREMIUMS REQUIRED

FROM INSURANCE COMPANIES.

Pursuant to the Fire Brigades Act, 1909, and tha (Fire .Brigade» Amendment Act, 3010.

All insurance companies, as defined hy the above Acts, arc hereoy notified that they are required tosend to the Board of Fire Commissioners of New Soula Wales returns showing the total amount of the pre- miums received by or due to such Companies in re- spect of risks against fire during the year ended De- cember 81, 1017, within the Sydney Fire District, an« every other Mrc District in the State of New South Wales to which the Fire Brigade Act, 1009, and the Fire Brigades Amendment Act, 3010. apply, less any part of such premiums actually paid by way of neln surance to any other Insurance Company contrfnotinaj

under the said Acts.

The time appointed for receipt of the returns is on or before the 31st January, 1018; subject to a penalty not exceeding five pounds for every day of default.

Forms upon which to make the required returns may be obtained from the undersigned.

By Order of the Board of Fire Commissioner« of New South Wales. _ ' ____

H. M. WEBB, 133 Castlereagh-strect,

Sydney. Secretary. _ ]2th January, 1018.____ A NNTVEIISARY"" REGATTA, 1017.

BALANCE-SHEET.

£4a 17 S

To Advertising, Certificates, Printing, and - J -

other expenses. *-40 12 t " Balance at credit in bank . 6 o. »

£40 17 S

i ALFRED G. MILSON, "I Joint

, Q. L. DELOITTE, V Hon.

. ALFRED SPAIN, J Treiisurcrs. ' Sydney, 10th December, 1017.

N. j. MCDONALD, i.iion.

S. J. KEEGAN, ) Auditors. I7th December, 1017.

IMPORTERS of Stitching Wire for Box Work are re.

guested to furnish to the Director of Munition«, Dans»*-building«, Bourke-street, Melbourne, for the iiv formation of the British Ministry of Muni boc* a» earl/ sa poaeibte, the following hafonnation:

0} «mportatío» for the years 191«. isis, 1rs.

«bawang- acpazately tb* wehrht of each qraUity,

and at»*,

(2) Naxoca at pre-war «nppUer«, £0 Naaea of Présent «epplier*. it) Stocka-on hand Of any).

The TCtorn la reqntrcd from aetnal hnBortena »ni«. TMPORTEJÖ of Tinned Steel Wire for Woven lana* J- Mattreaa Makin«; are requested to famish to tha Director of Moroitkm«, Danks*-buildings. Bourke-atreet. Melbourne, for the information of the British Min. iatry of Munitions, «a early as possible, the fol-

lowing information.'

(1) ImportatJana far the, year« 1914, 3915, M*S,

showing separately the weight of each quality

and sise.

(S) Names at pre-war suppliera. (3) Name« of present suppliers. (4) Stock» on hand (if «my).

The return is required from .actual importer« only. -

"PLUME" PETROLEUM SPIRITS,

"KALIF" PETIIOLELM SPIRITS, * "NUTURPO" (Turpentine Substitute),

are advanced by two tJiilliiiirs (2/) per case!

VACUUM OIL COMPANY PTY., LTD. SYDNEY, Bth JANUARY, 191S.

N THE ASSIGNED ESTATE OF ERNEST ALFREal

BRADFORD and JOHN C. M. GARDINER

GARDEN,

Trading as E. A. BEAUFORD and COMPANY, 1V BUILDERS. OATLEY.

ALL CLALMS against the itbove Estate must na ? rendered to nie on or before MONDAY, the 21st toss otherwise tliey will not be recognised. " '

GEO. GRAY RUSSELL. " .

Atlas.buil.Hmrs, s Spring-street, Sydney. - ~" ' _36th_January, lültí. _

I AluSÏ'KALiAN" MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETt

-**. Head Office, 87 Pitt-street, Sidney.

., . " . I-0S1' POLICIES.

it is the intention of the Society on or after tha twentieth day of February next to issue Special Poli- cies in place of Policies Nos. 108830 and »41129 oa the life of HERBERT ALEXANDER LEGGE, which ara

declared lo have been lust. Dated at Sydney this Ulai ,

duy^of January, lUlef.

_11. W. APPERLY, General Manager.

T, C.MIL OLOF EhM'UOM, of Swedish Nationality,

-a- boin at Celle, Sweden, and resident for six years in Australia, now residing at Yerong Creek, New South Hales, intend to apply to the Homo and Territorio« Department, Melbourne, for Natur.üisation under the Coitimonwealth._CARL OLOF EKSTHOM.

I^UHNITUHE Stored at Q. r. LYNCH »nd CO.'S Aue» A tloii Rooms, Campbelltown. Feb.. 1914, if not re-

leased and paid for »ill he Sold on January 19 at

ou tier's risk.

G. F. LYNCH and CO.,

_i_Campbelltown. ' . C<T. JOHN AMBULANCE, COOGEE.-Bridal Carriâg« r-r and Trousseaux Rallie.-No. 3U08, won by ¡In. Unrlick, Atora, Princo-st, Randwick. Witnessed br Gertrude B. Upton, 11. C. Wells, J.P., J. A. Fair, Ii. Goldstein, J.l*. Doll's tlo-cart Eaffle, No. 695S, . by C. Anderson, St. Mork'a-road. Randwick.

REMOVAL.-The Original Dinah Barnett, of D7~Live'.

pool-street. Wardrobe Purchaser, lias REMOVES to 5 itandle-strect, tliree doors off Elizabeth-street. facing Subway. Telephone, 1415 City.__

T WISH to give Notice that I withdraw the sale of .*. my Business from all agents, from this date, Junu-'

ary u, loir. G. BALDOCK, 7 Flora-street, Erskine-

ville.

I WILL NOT be Responsible for any DEBTS con-

tracted in my name without my written authority on and after this date. HENRY DOODEWARD, 3* Wilson-street. Newtown._%__

I WILL NOT be responsible for nny DEBTS con-

tracted in my name without my written authority from this date. FREDK. T. WADDUPS.

Golden Grove-street. Darlington.

IWriUDRAW the Sale of my Cottage, Oordonat,

Mascot, from ali »líenla. Joseph Figures, Aljson road, ltandvick. > ' %»_*_ rpilB 2nd and Sith Battalion Shop, «t 305 Ooorge-sü X will be OPEN TO-DAY as usual for the sala of goods._^_*__;.

I WITHDRAW my property. Park View, Cabramatta,

for Sale, from all agents. W. G. East. Park Vie«, Cabramatta_.____ NEW Aeroplane Engine, great possibilities, 80 h.p-,

can be seen running. Financial assistance required. Apply Advance Australia, G.P.O.

WILL not be responsible for »ny Debts contracted X in my name on and after this date.

« CLARA BRENNAN, 41 Cooper-street. Redfern.

.CAUTION.-LACKE RSTEEN'S Registered IJOTTLK* KJ cannot be used for any purposes other than then? business._____.

IV . .'HDHAW the Sale of my Cottages m Chfton-rd,

u. Coogee, from aU agents.. W. MILLEE, Anglo» road. Campsie._ ._, T SHALL not be responsible for any DEBTS con.

traded in my name after thi« date. BOY w. rUEQAN._16 Council-street, Waverley._ IWHJL not be responsable for «ny DEBT or DEBTS

contracted in my name, from thi» date. HARRY SLTNGER, SI Maria-street, Petersham. _,

IwmiDRAW my "Property, Montague-fd, Oevoome,

from all agents. M. Kain, .18 Anandale-at, An'daJa. ALFRED" Vermeesch baa removed from 31 Kingr-st,

Newtown tn 142 Enmore-rd, Enmore.__.^ AM not resp. for any Debts under my mime, «¿V»

done ners. Vincent Fenech, 211 Borcom-av. D int. "WiTHDRAW my Property from Sale, aH agenta.

C. Rainsford._Watkin-st, .Bexley^_ "^rnCE, Agents, withdraw -from Sale, Farm »nd

Orchard. Wptherill Pk. Hodges. 1 Reynold-«T, N.B HEREBY Withdraw from all Agent» the Sale of Property. A. I'.. Lawes, 40 Stsfford-st, Paddington. WITHDRAW the Sale of my Busines«, Ryde, front

aH Agents. A.- Hale, Jjyde._ ITEM, FROM HOME.-The Picture you've wanted.

hut never thought poarible. '

I

I_ cn

BUSINESSES FOR SALE OB WASTED.

(Continued from Pago 8.)_ BLINGHURST RESIDE.NTIALS,

Victoria-st (top of Wllliam-st),

10 moma, all offices, s. 1., beautifully furnished, mat new piano. RENT 35/, on lease, £4 over rent. Fias» to view will liny. PRICE, £3?0, half cash.

We arc Sole Agents.

7 rooms, all office», c. L Rent 27/. Over rent SS<'

PRICE, £120. Must sell.

MIXED BUSINESS, same hands 11 year«. Rent 35/.

Taking« £49 per »leek. Books to show. Tbi« is a genuine business, which is a gold mine. Price,

£2.i0.

S. P. DART, opp; West's Picture» (near Darllmr htirrt section), l8 Oxford-street, Paddington. TeL, att Padd._;_ BAKERY, country, 1400 wkly., £160. Owner re-

tiring. Further particulars, no agents, A.N.A* Herald Office._?

"VflLLTNERY and Blouse Bus. for Sale, genuino bus*

?HX good stock, well eatah._^bel,_Dnlwich_II._P.O. TfjlOR SALE, Greengroceries, Fruit, and Soft Drinks J-1 Business, good dwclL, 4 rooina, kitchen, stablins« and good yard. Bent £1. Cheap.

_328 Norton-street, Leichhardt.

TJMÎU1T and "Confectionery, £25 turnover, good turn» X? out and well stkd., £60. 34 Fort-st, Petersham. GROCERY, £J0 turnover, «11 cash counter trade, gd.

dwelling. A. Ryder, 34 Fort-«t. Petersham.

TTWR SALE, a Genuine Ham, Beef, and Mixed Boa». AJ ness. A good concern. Good locality.

_, Apply O.B., Burwood P.O. . BUTCHERY, first-class fittings, ice-house, registe»,

scales, etc. Large residence Rent SO/: -Good casa trade. P. HENNESSY. 201 Wüsorntrett,JNewtown.

SACRIFICE for £46. sound Ham, Beef, Mixed Busi-

ness, ice chest, counter, fitting», ga» stove, cook ing utensils. 28 Qlenmore-road, Paddington._ A i MOTOR Engineer and Garage combined, together Xi_ with all machinery, tfiols, etc. £285, walk ta

walk out. Reasoa tor selling overworked. 81 Oxford «treet. Waverley. 'Phone, Wav. 980. No agent«.

'l/UX HALE, an old-established Boot Repairing Bust

J- ness, good position, »toady trade; terms reaaosv .

able. PLOWBIQHT. 138 Boca-road, Bondi._ . TTraUTT, Oonfect, Refresh., sound Bnsinssa, rossi J- stand, cash trade, Dayton seals«, register, etc.. with or without turnout, modem shop and dwelling. Bargain, quick Sale. WINDON, Vlctoriaav, Chatswood ? BEVIDENTIAL BOARDING-HOUSE, 20 BOOMS. .>

way» full, TENNIS COURT, WATER VTJtW, OR» - TEAL POSH. One of the finest stands, large grounds. '

MUCH, 8 GLEBE-ROAD, RELIABLE AGENT. ? CONFEOT., MIXED. NOTHING BETTER. Only £4«.

BOICH. 6 GLEBE-RD. RELIABLE AGENT.

BUTCHERY, taking» £48 cash weekly. Prie« «m , ' Pull particulars, A.B., WoollahraP.O.

BABY Lrram. eteC established Bosrne«, good IrvtruL

2 ladle», must sell. iU-health. £100. 88 aflsUarp rosiL_Srdt_Jjrneticm, Mosman._ \T7IANTED to Pirrcfiase, GENERAL STORE, io gnod VV District, stock about £1300 to £2000. dieri« inspect at once. Full particular» to 5-TtEEMAN, co. Country Trader»' Assn., 14 Moore-strect_

ÖTEL wanted, suburb», snout £100 .per week, ress. . price. X. X., P.O., Cronulla._.

1rXRONULLA-SUTHERLAND.-Long View EsUte, the'

V-> pick of Uiis Beautiful District. 95 Lota. Anctkm, "

Aanltenaiy Pay. Plan» from O. MONRO, ArarC. Own, ~IOO-EE, FROM HOME.-To-day and all WoêkT

' sLHAMBRA THEATRE.

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