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tfARMJOU'S.

x SYDNEY. THE

381O-102S- HOUSE OP

> Eighty-three year». DISTINCTION".

DO YOU KNOW TTJE REASON

WHY SO MANY CHILDREN

VISIT FARMER'S

EVERY SATURDAY?

lou might think that, Saturday morning being such a busy time, there would lie nothing for children to see or do on this Jay.

Exactly the opposite is the case. There in moro u> interest children to-day than on anv other

d\v of the week.

mis ^"CHILDREN'S MORNING,"

AS MOST YOUNO KOLKS KNOW.

Th'* 1" "Children's Morning" at Fanner's, so called because there are many special I re« la for the youri« folks-tilings which are to be found only on Saturdays t "The Children's Store."

Startintjr on tho ground floor, you will see 'Children's Aisle," where,, tor one thing among many, Saturday Morning Specials can na bought-a different varietv each week. Here, too, you can obtain

"THE CHILDREN'S NEWS."

This is sivon away ou every "Children'«

Morning." There is much in it to interest children, and also their mother». Especially

exciting Is

THB WEEKLY COMPETITION,

in which two prizes ara given every week. In trio Junior grade-tor children up to eight years of age-the prlre is worth 7/6; in the senior section-for children up to twelve-the prim is of the >alue oi 10/6.

The next thing to be done is to enter ona of the elevators and go straight up to tht sixth floor, where you will very soon find

yourself In the

"CHILDREN'S RESTAURANT."

It 1» open only on Saturdays ¡ so be sure to go there. AftereardB, you can have a look at the (lah tanks in ' Fish Alley," or wander through "Toyland," or go to the Children's Barber Shop.

If you manage to visit all these places to-day. you will have had a very enjoyable morning at

"The Children'« Store.''

'SATURDAY MORNING SPECIALS"

-ASSORTED SWEETS AND CHOCOLATES.

The "Saturday Morning Specials" for to-day consist of assorted eweeta and chocolates, all made by hand-peppermint crèmes, lemon Jel- lies, cocoanut bonbons, cocoanut cubes, nnd chocolate, coffee, and strawberry crèmes. Packed In cartons containing 8 oz. or 1 Ib., and priced respectively at 1/3 and 2/9.

Confectionery Conntcrs, Ground Tloor,

George and Pitt Strecto.

FARMER'S. SYDNEY.

"THE CHILDREN'S STOItE."

PITT, MARKET, end GEORGE STREETS,

^UILD YOUR HOME WITH

"FIBROLTTE"

ASBESTOS CEMENT SHEETS.

THE FIRE RETARDANT nUttDrNO MATERIAL FOR EXTERIOR WALLS, INTERIOR WALLS, AND CEILINGS.

ERECTED COST LESS THAN

WEATHERBOARDS AND LINING BOARDS.

wiirra: ANT AND BORER PROOF, FIRE RETARDANT-HYGIENIC.

IMPROVES WITH AGE.

REDUCE LABOUR COST8. JtEDUCE TIMBER COSTS.

REDUCE PAINTING COSTS. REDUCE FREIGHT COSTS.

REDUCE INSURANCE RATES. REDUCE "UPKEEP" COSTS.

WRITE FOR FREE CATALOGUE "Ii."

JAMES HARDIE AND COY., LTD.,

"Asbestos House,"

_Cnr. York and Wynyard streets, Sydney. w

JNO. BAKER

DAGGING AND BOTTLE OUTFIT.

No. 10 OUTFIT contains S-inch Bagging Shear, Skin-

ning Knife, Sharpening Steel, and Tin Bottle, com- plete in Pohd Leather Sheath, to carry on Middle,

87/0. Same Outfit, with plainer Knife and Steel,' 85/. Postage 1/6. _ "

No. 20 SKINNING OUTFIT contains Skinning Knife,

Sharpening Steel, and 6-inch Dagglng Shear, in Solid Leather Case, to carry on raddie. 30/ com- plete. With Plainer Knife and Steel, 27/Û. Post-

age 1/3.

No 15 DAGGING AND BOTTLE OUTFIT, containing

¡i-inch Dogging Shear, Sharpening Steel, and imali Tin Bottle, In Solid Leather Case, to carry on saddle, 22,'« complete. Postage 1/?..

No. 1 S-lnch DAGGING, in Leather C.ise, to cany on

saddle, 11/6 complete. Postage »d.

Illustrated Catalogue Post Free to

Country Address.

W. JNO. BAKER,

THE HOUSE OF STEEL,

S HUNTER-STREET, SYDNEY".

P TO DATE AND ARTISTIC PHF.MISES.

The use of CRANE'S TILES »ill considerably cn han« the value of your property. A striking nnd distlnetite appearance can be given to Shop Fronts and Interiora. Vestibules, Entranres to Public Build inga, Bathrooms, Dadoes, etc., by means of our bean tlful Enamelled Tiles. Call upon us, and we shall be pleased to etiggeat a scheme of treatment that vsill mere than piense you. Price* aro strictly moderate. Bnd ive guarantee prompt and efficient servie».

a E. CRWE «nd «OVS. LTD., Tlead Office and Show rooms. 83 and 8S Pltt-st. Circular Quay, Sydney.

yOU CAN ALWAYS BE IN GOOD

COMPANY AND EN.JOT

THE roñar ORCHESTRAL SELECTIONS

IN TOWN DORINO

lUNCHWrT, AFTERNOON TEA, AND DINNER

at

THB PAVILION,

PABKAKATTA WHAM, COCUtAK QUAT.

AIM,

AfTEB THIATBE SUPPERS, IWTtt li» T.U.

OPER 0» ÍÜNDATi ARD AU, HOLIDAY!. MOTT «OTESmiTOTS AT AIX HOOT*

TIM HHrtmt m»ix!»rt el Comfort Md MB«t«<7

""""^s, BMlntalMd throBfhort.

CHAMOIS MODERATE.

W. H,, RAYN3B

_SÏÏIPPINGr.

p. AND O. ïtUYAL MAIL STEAMERS

TO.COLOMBO. INDIA. 1ÏGYPT. MARSEILLES,

; PLYMOUTH, omi LONDON.

Carrying hirst and Second Saloon Passengers.

I Tonal I ] TTCIIVC»

^eamej\_|_uVg. I Commander, I Sydney.

KHYBER... I B,U1*S I L. D. I'mckney I June l8 .MONGOLIA. 36,200 ». Asbury I July Jfl .NAHRUNDA 10,227 II. G. Evans Aug. l8 JIOIDAVIA.I 10,270 | C. W. Burleigh | Sept. 12

"* CttHini; at Bombay.

REDUCED FARES TO LONDON, as under-

let Saloon: Single, £114, £124, £181 ¡ Return, £200.

£213. £233

2nd Saloon: Single, £60, £00; Return, £151, £163.

SPECIAL HOLIDAY EXCURSION TO COLOMBO.

Itituni, Int Saloon . £65 Return 2rd Saloon . £40 Excursion Tickets available for 8 months, and aro Interchangeable with the Orient Company.

Tours, including Manila, China, and Japan, in con Junction with the 13. and A. Line, at «pedal Kound

Trip Untes,

For fares ami further particulars apply

MACDONALD, HAMILTON, and CO.,

Agents, Union House,

Tel,. City BS21._247 Ocorge^trect, Sydney.

ABERDEEN LINE. -1- TO SOUTHAMPTON. HULL, AND LONDON,

VIA

MELBOURNE. FUKMANTI.lt, DURBAN,

CAPETOWN', ami TENERIFFE.

Steamer. I Tons. | Sail» Syd, | Sails Mclb. | SOPHOCLES.I 12.6ÔOH .lune BO.

DIOGENES.J 12.600 July IS.

THEMISTOCI.ES.f 11,600 I Aug. 25. r-WOSTHFNES..) n.fiOO I Sept. 22.

.lilly S.

A tilt. 2.

AUK. 80.

? --. ..TI .,, ,. i>o.., JI,I,)U j ¡?rj»i. £.L. Sept, 27. EURIPIDES.I - I Ort. 20. Oct. 25.

All passenger:) disembark at Snnthamntnn.

FARES:

Saloon: South Africa, from £64: London, .from £00. 3rd Class: South Africa, from £21: London, from '¡IT.

Further particulars apply

DALOET.- and COMPANY. LIMITED.

_ Sydney, Agents._

HITE ' STAR "f.INE.

FOR LONDON AND LIVERPOOL, VIA

DURRAN AND CAPETOWN. ^ . CABIN PASSENGERS ONLY.

Steamer» now fully Refitted and Remodelled, i w

Vessel

PEUSIC..,. sui:vic. MEDIO...., RUNIC CEItAMIO.

[Tonnage. I Sails about

12.000 I July 7. 12,600 12,000 12,600 1S.B00

Aug. IL Sept. 8. Oct.. 6. Oct. 58

F

Disembarking Passengers Southampton.

Rate«; U.K., from £56 to £S5; S. Africa, iron) £82

to £15.

For all particulars apply

DALGETY at,d CO., LIMITEu,

_Agent», Sydney.

HE 8TAR LINE.

ATLANTIC SERVICE.

Berths from America to England can be secured m the magnificent Steamers of the White Star Une by

application to

DALGETY and COMPANY. LIMITED. WENTS,

_f,Vt>\F,V.

"SÄV1LL, AND ALU ION LINE.

SHAWP

ENGLAND FROM NEW ZEALAND.

REGULAR SAILINGS OF HIGH-CLASS MAIL

STEAMERS.

CARRYINa FIRST, SECOND. AND THIRD CLASS

PAS?F.NQF1iS. _

Sails from I Steamer. J Tons.

IONIC:. 12.600

10,000 12.600 A I" WA

ATHF.N'C..

Wellington I Route. about_I

Mid June. I via 1'unoiiia. .

Late July. via Monte Video. Earlv AiitriKt.f vin Monte Video iTlUOLUH FARES FROM AUSTRALIA yUOTED. For all Particulars apply " _" ,__.._..

DALGETY and CO., LIMITED, AGENTS,^,

mffK BLUB FUNNEL LIN~E7 J- FOR ENGLAND, VIA S. AFRICA, LAS PALMAS.

Currying First Saloon Passengers Only._ Steamer. * I Commander,_I Ton*. I NOON.

W. li. Wallace.I 10,040 D.Clark. 10,043 R. I). Owen, O.B.E. j 14.G60 J. Inkster.I 10,000 J. Hnzelund.I 14,620 W. K. Wallace.1 10,040 D. Clark.I 10,018

R. D. Owen, O.B.E. I 11.650 J. Inkster.I 10,000 J. Howland. 11.02« W. K. Wallace.I «»,04"

June 11. July 10.

Aug. IS. Sept. 10. Oct. 22. Nov. in. Doe. 24. 1021.

Jan. 21.

Feb. 15. Mar. 14. April 11,

. ",,.,'w KNOT.\NH:-From £*»0 Single and £105 Return. To AFniCA:-From £04 Single. £114 Return.

Return Tickets may he made interchangeable with Mail Unes via Suez and America.

PASSENGERS MUST HAVE PASSPORTS.

GILCHRIST. WATT, awl SANDERSON, LIMITED,

Agents. 6 O'Conncll-street. | Tel.. noTQi-ajj_ :__..

f>:-AND O. BRANCH SERVICE!.! , ?*- FOR ENGLAND. VIA'SOUTn AFRICA. I

ONE CLASS .-ACCOMMODATION ONLY.

! Steamer. [Commander^ DALRANALD I B. j. Ohísc BORDA. I R. Holland

BALLARAT....« 8. C. Warner BERRIMA.I E. M. Hussey

I Cooper.

BENALLA. ??.. |J. Sheepwash. ,- , - _ FARES TO ÉNGLAÏJD.-From £37~to £45 Single um!

£07 to £81 return. TO AFRICA: From £21 to £27 Binnie, iind £38 to £43/10/ Return.

PASSENGERS MtlST HAVE PASSPORTS.

GILCHRIST. WATT, and SANDERSON. LIMITED, Tel., BJWOI-Bn._ Agents, 6 O'Conncll-street.

COMMONWEALTH GOVEUNMENT V LINE OF STEAMERS.

PASSENGER AND CAlíüo SERVICE TO LONDON,

VU MELHOt RNM. VDELAIDE, FREMANTLE,

COLOMBO, ANO POUT SAID.

Transhipping at Columbo for CALCUTTA. RANGOON. _MADRAS, u.U BOMBAY. ..

Steamer._(T«jis. I Commander "(From Sydney ESPERANCE BAY 13.8601 R. Mackenzie. I june 0. MORETON BAY..113.85(1 J. Mason. July 7.

¡JERVIS BAY.18,850 w- K- Chaplin I August 4. LARGS BAY.(18,860 J. N. Relghtonl August 26 1HOBSONS BAY...118.8601 K. J. Ogilvie. I Sept. 16.

! THIRD-CLASS SINGLE RÎTES, from £37 to £45.

Passengers rebnnklng within 12 monthB are »Mowed 10 per cent, off backward single fares then current.

Also a HmPcd number of Orst-clas* berths.

[ Return Fare, etc., particulars on application.

'? Passengers have option of landing at Plymouth or

London. ? '

! CARGO SERVICES FROM AUSTRALIA TO j UNITED KINGDOM, VIA SUEZ.

I Taking Wool and General Cargo »t lowest current rotea,_:_

Steamer, I LOADING FOR ISA1L1NO ABOUT BARAMBAH.IPc Sudan, Antwerp,) Juno 28.

¡London, Glasgow,] (Liverpool. I

CALULU.....ipt. Sudan. London I July 0.

TO JAVA. MAIN PORTS" AND SINGAPORE.

"Vessel. (""Sailing About. I

* Loads also for Clicrlbon ard Penang.

Loading on return voyage at Singapore and Java porta for Fremantle, Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney.

COMMONWEALTH GOVERNMENT LINE OF '

STEAMERS.

IS O'Cnnnell-strtet,

SYDNEY.

'Phone, B0851-2-3-4.

T.S.S. ESPERANCE BAY

sails from No. 6 DAWES POINT at lî noon

TO.DAY.

Passengers should be ready to embark by 10.80 a.m.

I ENGLAND. VIA AMERICA.

I *-* BY THE

OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY.

I | (Passengers to Jätenmcra. | Tons. I Sall« | be aboanl VESTIRÁ.I 10,000 I June 27. ( 10 a.m. SONOMA.I 10,000 Julv 26. I -

VENTURA.| 10.000 | Aug. 2». J__

Time to SAN FRANCISCO, inclñíling ca'lla at PAGO ! PAGO, SAMOA, and HONOLULU, HAWAII-10 dava. | Frn," SAN FRANCISCO rall lines cross UNITED i STATES to NEW YORK CITY, from four to sfc days I according to mute and places visited. YOSEMITE,

12 hours' detour from S.F.: 1X>S ANGELES, 13 hours; GRAND CANYON. SO hours: from Chicago, via Niagara Falls or Washington and Philadelphia, etc

From NEW YORK CITY splendid steamers of Cunard and White Star Linen, making nin in sis dava to Southampton, Atlantl" Berth» cm he secured here.

FARES PROM SYDNKY:

San Francisco: lst-elass, £(17/10/; 2nd, £40/13/. United Kingdom: lst-elass, £125; 2nd, £80.

All Passports must be vised by the United State» Consul, 81 Pllt-street, Sydney,

Apply for full particulars to

V. A. BPROL'L. Managing Agent,

Tel.. Cltr 2282,_ _ cor. Pill and Bridge streets.

"ROYAL PACKET NAVIGATION CO *?* (K.P.M. LINE.)

FAST MAIL, PASSENGER, and CAROO SERVICE

to

JAVA and SINGAPORE DIRECT,

ria

BRISBANE and MACASSAR.

_HEXT SAILINGB.

J-FROTj STEAMElt. )TONSJ COMMANDER f SYDNEY. TASMAN.ÍKÓT"1 ' r^"

ROGGEVEEN... 4500

HOUTMAN.I MOO

Kroei..

Van der Voorl., i. H Got»....

.lune 10.

July 14.

August li.

Cargo accepted for Trwishlprnem for Mala» Slates, India and Burma, Indn-Chlna and China ports, Bor- neo, Celebes, and Sumatra.

Por full particulars rtgunllng PiMKe Fares, Ptmph leb, tnd for Ratea of Freight apply to,

ROYAL PACKET NAVIGATION CO.,

'Phones. B4711. B2«.", B2234._«4 Pltt-strcet,

AUSTRALIAN ORIENTAL LÍÑB.

IUNDAKAN, MANILA. AND IIONOKONO.

CALLING AT OUEENSLAND PORTS,

THURSDAY ISLAND.

TAIYUAN

CIIANOSHA .\ July 19. I Jill;

Leave« Sydney. July«

Steamers fitted with Wireless. Surgeons carried. Full particulars apply to

G. S. TUlLL and CO., UMITKO,

TA. «528-fHi?«._« Brldge-rtrwt.

VrCAÏN's'coAêtAl. bbJfr. fitKÂMsHlPCôrïT5. 1> PORT MACQUARIE, HASTINOS and WILSO.N RIVER8.-T.S.& MACOOAnre. TO-DAY. 8 p.m.

IiL, at/ «. «edit« WUrt, CM» »taiktt-ttrtti,

O1

_SHIPPING._

.' LINE" TO LONDON.

VIA COLOMBO. SUEZ, PORT SAID. NAPLES. TOULON. OiHliALTAR. AND I'LYMOfTH.

Steamer. I Tons. I Commander. I Sails NOON. ORSOVA... I 12,030 I O. G. MÑtlicsnn. 1 July 3.

?OHOADE3. 10.000 . K. P. Cameron. July ia. ORVIETO..J 12.133 | A. I* Owens. I Au*. 2S. OSTERLEY 1 12,120 | A. .1. Ccad. | Sep. 25.

-Cnrrjlnir First. Second, und Third Class Passenger!.

* I'ir^t and Third Classes Only.

OHOADES, Saloon Fares: Singlo .eofi to £110.

Return £10S to -C1OT.

REDUCED rAIIES IO LONDON, as under: 1st Salnnn: Single, £114 to £I3<: Return. £2(10 to

"'"13. 2nd Saloon: Slnrrle, £E1 to tXX); Return, Xir.l to £15S 3rd Class: Single. £3S to £44: Return. £CP

to ¿78.

' HOLIDAY EXCURSION TO COLOMBO.

Return, 1st Saloon . £66 Return, 2nd Saloon . £46 Excurtlnn Tickets available for 3 months. Interchangeable with P. anil O. Co.

D. L. DOWDELL. Ceneral Manager, 2. 1, 6 Sprlng.pt. "

(JUNA RD " LINE.

TO ENGLAND. FROM AMERICA AND CANADA

In runner tinn with

R.Ji.S. REKKNGMtn, (2.022 torn R.M.S AOUITAN! \, 47.(Ki<l lons.

R.MS. MAURETANIA, 32,(0(1 till«

And other New Steamers.

I'arseiirrora travellrng to Ensland bv rhe Canadian Australian, t'nlnn Roja! Mail Line, and Oréanlc S> Co.*cun reseñe their Atlantic accommodation on appli-

cation tit

COMMONWEALTH AND DOMINION LLNE, LTD..

1 lienl-street.

Tel.. B030n. _ _. _SYDNEY.

fjNION ROYAL MAIL "LINK.

REDUCED HOrNO-THE-iVOuI.D FARES.

I'tret-class Staple Frirci to Kinrl-ind, from £126;

Second das«. £S'I._ (?".ANADIAN-AUTIIALASIAN K.M. LINE

Vi.i Auckland. Suva. Fiji. Honolulu, Vancouver.

CARGO SERVICE. SAN FRANCISCO

and

VANCOUVER.

WAIRUNA. I June 13 WAIIIEMO. | June. HAURAKI. I July , UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY.

Tel., City 11610. Union House. 217 George-street.

TJNION ' Ll'NK.

For WELLINGTON.-MANUKA, FRIDAY. June 15, 10

a.m., from Margarct-etrect; MARAMA, Friday, July

0.

For AUCKLAND (transhipping to Napier and Gisborne).

-MARAMA, FRIDAY, 22nd JUNE, 10 a.m.; Man- uka, Friday, 20th June.

For BLUFF, DUNEDIN, and LYTTELTON.-WHAN

GAPE (Cargo onlj), about 21st JUNE, Margaret

fctreet.

For SUVA, LEVUKA, and I.AUTOKA (transhipping to

TONGA arid Samoa).-KAITOKE (Cargo only), TUESDAY, June lil.

From AUCKLAND.-SOUTH SEA ISLANDS, TOKUA,

23rd June.

For HOBART.-KANNA (Cargo ral}).-THURSDAY,

June 21.

For LAUNCESTON.-KORANUI (Cargo only), THURS-

DAY, 14th JUNE.

For BURNIE. DEVONPORT, and ULVEllSTONE.

KAMONA (Careo only), TUESDAY, 12th JUNE

(Drultt-strect).

For REGATTA POINT (STRAHAN).-KAMONA (Cargo

only), TUESDAY. June 12.

FROM MELBOURNE.

For BLITF. DUNEDIN, I.YTÏELTON, and WEL-

LINGTON.- MOERAKI, about 20ih JUNE.

For HOBART.-K1TTAWA (Cargo only), about 15th

June.

UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY.

Tel.. City 110)0. Union Hume. 217 Ocnine-ttrect.

TASMANIAN STEAMERS PTY,"," LTD

.^ (Circumstances Permit line.)

MELBOURNE TO BURNIE and DEVONPORT.

r.S.S. LOONGANA. MONDAY and THURSDAY, 2 P.M.

Joint Agents,

UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY.

Union Home, George-street, Sydney;

IIUDDART. PARKER LIMITED,

._10 »ridge-rtrtet, Sydney._

TJNION LINE OF STEAMERS.

VISIT THE BEAUTIFUL

ISLANDS OF THE IACiriC.

FIJI, SAMOA. TONGA.

10FUA, from Auckland, JULY Si

Connecting Steamer from Snlney,

ULIMAROA, JULY 7.

Full particular» and leaflets on application.

("«ANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.

(in connection with Canadlan-AustraltiîlBii < n '

Union San Francisco Roi ni Mall Lim i

E GREAT SCENIC ROU"

ACROSS CANADA,

4 Trains a duy

(May to September),

Canada's Train De Uiv

Direct connection with all Atlantic Linos

Apply UNION S.S. CO., of NA, oin Tourist Agency |

ir ('iiokdlan Pacific Raliway, Lnlon House, Sydney.

E

"AND A; UNE

REGULAR MONTHLY SERVICE OF

HIGHEST CUSS BRITISH hTEAMERH T<

SANDAKAN. MANILA. HONGKONG,

MOJI, KOBF.. AND YOKOHAMA.

Via Queensland Ports:

_ SAILINGS FROM SYDNEY: 8T. ALBANS.....I TllO ton« EASTKRN.I 858(1 tons ARAFURA.I SG'17 tons ST. ALBANS .i 1110 tons

June 16th Julv 14th.

August ISth Sept. 15th. Return Ticket» available bv N.Y.K.

Rourd Paclfio Tours, In conjunction with Canadian Pacific "Empress" Linera, Japan to Vancouver, and by Canadian-Australian Line, Vancouver to Sydney, at at-

tractive ratea.

Full particulars on application to

EASTERN and AUSTRALIAN STEvMSHIP COT., LTD

GIBBS, BRIGHT and CO.. AGENTS.

ToL, Cttv 180. 37 PHUtrcet, Sydney.

TTOLLAÑn-A USTRALÏA LINE, -*-*. (United Netherlands Navigation Co.).

Regular Service of Fast Up-to-date Cargo Stcarneu

between Australia and

GENOA, DUNKIRK. ANTWERP. HAMBURG,

BREMEN, AND ROTTERDAM,

VIA SUEZ CANAL.

FAST STEAMER,

ABBEKERK,

SallB from S)dney about 23rd JUNE.

For Freight and full particulars apply to

HOLLAND-AUSTRALIA LINE,

44 PITT-STREET, SYDNEY.

Telephones: B4711. B2311,_B223J. __^

fHOS. COOK AND SON,

The Oldest Established Tourist Ageme In the World

Passager! hooked to nil parts.

Agent« fur all Ilnrs; unblas<ed edi ico given.

Write for

AUSTRALASIAN TRAVELLERS' GAZETTE (Free).

Private Independent Tours in Europe, Ja|>an. America etc., providing travel, hotel accommodation, and fight

seeing to ault pmsengcrs' individual requirements (any class), a speciality.

Drafts and Circular Notes Issued, Foreign Money ex- changed. Baggage Insured.

ESCORTED TOUR TO JAVA.

Messrs. THOS. ( OOR und SON beg to innounc» a SELECT ESCORTED PARTY TO JAVA, leaving 6yd ney on 14tb AUGUST, per 8.8 HOUTMAN.

FARE, including all expenses, Sydne» back to Syd- ney. «1180. Programme on application.

Name* now being enrolled.

YAMASHITA RISEN

KOGYO KAISHA.

_DIRECT SERVICE TO JAPAN. _ 8t«amer. I i I f~~~

Leave». |Adelalde. 1 Hobart. Welbourn«. | Sydney.

TEN YU M. ¡June ia [juno 22. |Jnng 12. JJune 8tC

DIRECT BKRVIÍE TO HONCKONO,

_SHANGHAI. AND JAPAN. _ íteamer. i j ¡

Leiv«« IFrem'tl». (Adelaide. |Melbourc»|Byilne»__ ilOKKAIM. I June. I July. I July.' I -«ul-V.

For fnU particular« applv

B. B. WILTSHIRE, Agent,

'Phone«, B?754. 19 Bridge-street.

U37t)i.

S

ALE, Mast, Sails, and Gear. lift aa boom. Apply ' B, Karris**. Bet» Bar Hub

SHIPPING.

?DURNS, PHILP, AND CO; TLT. JJ SPECIAL WINTER TOURS TO

HONOLULU, via Aueklund and Fiji.-£85 return. COLOMBO, vin Ports.-£48 and £06 return.

JAVA.SINaAFOIIE-HONUKONG.JAPA.N.M.ANILA. etc.,

or vlcc-vewa, Hound lour, £12U;10/ return.

Passages also booked to LONDON by any Route. Lcrters of Credit issued. For all particulars and Itineraries apply our

TOURIST TRAFFIC HEPAH1MENT,

_7 UttlDGK-STREET. SYDNEY._ RURNS, PHILP LINE.

7 BRIDGE-STREET, SYDNEY.'

JAVA AND SINGAPORE,

VIA QUEENSLAND PORTS, THURSDAY _ ISLAND, AND DARWIN.

Leavei« | Lenvi*

Melbourne. I Sydney. MONIURO.I .lune 25. ) July 3.

MARELLA.| July 20._[ Aug. 3.

PACIFIC ISLAND SERVICE RABAUL, liAElWENG, ) MKLUSIA,

and SOI.O.Mi i \>. S 4th July,

RAUAUL, KAEW1ENO, ) MATARAM,

ttiru, MADAM«, i 13ti, .Inn,-. LOUD HOWE IS., 1 MAR »MHO, NORFOLK ISLAND. > About

VILA, NEW HEBRIDES. Middle lily. PAPUA.-MORINDA, 80th .lune.

SOLOMON lSLANDS.-MAUslNA, Jurr« 20.

Cargo received for S.S. Mataram at No. 7 Point now, 'and until noon Next Tuesday.

Shippers of »pedal and deck cargo mutt reserve iuid__ obtain hooking orders.

yillE N Y.K. LINE

(Nippon Yuacn Kalsha),

THE FAVOURITE PASSENGER AND MAIL

SERVICE TO JAPAN.

CALLING AT BRISBANE.

THURSDAY ISLAND, ZAMBOANGA. MANILA, HONGKONG, NAGASAKI, _ KOBE. AND YOKOHAMA.

Sydnev. j Brisbane. _ 1'unt. J_Xoon. I

AK1 MARO .I ilOnp") .lune 28. i Juñe SO. TANGO MARU . 6t%0 | July 31 Aug. 2

YOSII1NO MARU .| 1*02 I Aus. 2<._| Aug. C7.

MONTHLY" SAILINGS" THEREAFTEI:.' Return Tickets available- by E. and A. Line.

SPECIAL NOTE.-A11 Par.etigcrt must have Past port« duly vised.

SPECIAL TOURS TO JAPAN.

Specially reduced fares and facilities offered during

the next few months.

Farea include cost throughout, steamer tara, hotel charges, train travelling, and sight-seeing.

For all particulars apply

NIPPON YUSEN KAISHA,

BURNS. PHILP, and COMPANY, LWrrCD,

Managing Agents for Australasia.

_7 Bridge-street, Sydney.

HONGKONG. CHINA. Chungwha Navigation Company, Ltd.

T^OR

S.S. LING1 NAM,

Fast T.S. Steamer, 8218 G.H.T., Oil Burner.

Wirelesa and all modem conveniences.

Saloon, 2nd, 3rd Class, and Steerage. Commander W. B. Knagg, R.N.H. Sailing from

Wellington. Melbourne. Sydney,

lltb July. 17th July. 21st Jul».

Via Cairns, Thursday Island, and Tarakan. Full particulars apply

Huddart, Parker, Ltd., lo Ilrldgcstrect.

'Phone, City 0568.

The Wing Song Co., Ltd., IS Cmnpbrll-strcet.

Australasian Managing Agents.

'Phone, City (W58.

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Route >our next trip to Eurcpc or America by way of, Honolulu, arranging for a rojoiirrr in thoi>e Isles ot Enchantment . Eternal spring-time. Tropic scenery. Eratic Howers. Haunting musle. ' intímate glimpse Into a livln-: volcanic crater. All outdoor sports the Sear round. Ask travel agencies, or write Hawaii Tourist bureau, Dcpt K, Box 241, GV.O.. Sydney,

N.S.W.

HAWAII HAWAII

I il A iV Alt I , HAWAII

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HAWAII

_ __'IA WA II_ _ 'PEE " NORTH COAST ' STEAM x NAMOAllON CO.. LTD.

(Ban and Weather Permitting.) FROM No. 8 SUSSEX-STREET.

BYRON B., TtVBED.-Orura. This Day, 7 p.m.

CUFF'S HBR. (Passengers).-Orara. Ula Day, 7 p.m. RICHMOND RIVER.-Ulmarra, This Day, noon.

CLARENCE RIVER.-Yulgilbar, This Day, 10 p.m. MACLEAY RIVKK.-Miiiniiliiir, Tuesday, 5 p.m.

FROM DltUITT-STItEET (Cargo Only). . COFF'S HUR.-Coolcbnr, Friday. 5 p.m.

BELLINGER RIVEK.-Doepel, Wcdnesdnv, 5 p.m.

NAMBUCCA RIVBlt.-Wallamba., Monday, . 6" p.m.' ' MANNING K1VE11.-annlwt, Tuesday, 6 p.m.

No (¡rrgii received nn .Mondays before I p.m. foi

Ijfrgu

flay.

No Cargo received after 4 p.m. vycek days, 10 a.m. fcituiihi.is.

BHISBANE CONNECTION TOURIST

ROUTE.

Patslug through the Unrivul.ed Scenery of the Tweed

River, thence by rail, due BRISBANE 6.4S p.m. Per S.S. WOLLONGBAR. Tuesday, 0 p.m. Per S.S. ORARA. Saturday, 7 p.m.

| Reaching Brisbane Thursday and Mond.iy i Evenings rcpectively.

i ARES:

First class Steamer tnd Kail . £3/12/ I Ki <t-clasa Steamer and Second-class Rail ,. £3/5/0

Hassengun,' OSlee: 10 nrldge-street. Tel., City «712.

' Head Ofllce: S Sussex-street_Tel.. City «92. , 'TñjK NEWCASTLE AND HUNTER I X RlVKIl STEAMSHIP COMPANY. LTD.

Steam to and from Newcastle every Night. I (EXCEPTING SUNDAYS.)

I FROM WHARF, FOOT OF KING-STREET/.

FARE?? First Saloon. Single 12/, Return IO/.

Berth in Deck Cabin, 3/ extra each way. ' Second Saloon, Single S'n, Return 12/.

I T.S.S. HUNTER, 1810 Tuns, THIS NIGHT, 11.89.

Cargo received until 11. Bonded 10.

PORT STEPHEN'S. Cargo Monday, all parte, except

Booral and Bungwahl.

W. N. CUTHBERTSON. General Manager.

. Offices: 141 SuHcx-stteet. Wharves: l3-40_Dny-sWt rpnE ILLAWARRA AND * SOUTH x COAST STEAM NAVIGATION CO., LTD.

Steamer Sailings. Weather Permitting. Wollongong, Klnrna.-i'l'uesdny, 4 p.m.

Ulladulla, Bateman'« Bay, Nelligen.-Thursday, i p.m. Nowra, Jervis Bay, Moruya, Narooma, Wednesday, 4

p.m.

Bermagui, Tathra,-S.S. Merimbula, Monday, 3 p.m.,

Thursday, 5 p.m.

Merimbula, Eden.-Thursday, B p.m.'

Cargo not shipped unless delivered two hours prior to sailing time. No cargo received alter 4 p.m.

Wharves and Offices: 57-01 Day-street (foot of Matket strecl). Tel.. TO72 (three lines)._ LANÏTCÏÏY BROrilEfiS' STEAMSHIP COMPANY,

from Baltic Wharf, foot Market-street.

COFF'S UBR. and WOOLGOOLGA (Passengers and

Cargo).-S.S. DORRIGO. TUESDAY, 9 p.m. I TWEED RIVER.-S.S. BOAMBEE, MONDAY, 7 p.m. j _ç.irgo received nil parts dally._Tel., City 8O07. , BELLÍÑCEK RIVER.-Taking Caigo" for nil part«.-I

S.S. Cumunlicna will full from Bellinger Wharf, Bridge-marl, Pyrmont, on Wednesday, lSth inrt, at 5

p.m. Cargo recelveu daily.

ELLIS and NICKLIN. Agenta. .Phone, MOT SOO.._;_

"SHOSÉÑ ÏCATSHA. 0E

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S.S. GANGES MARU, .

FROM YOKOHAMA, NAGOYA, KOBE, MOJI.

AND MANILA.

CONSIGNEES aro requested to PASS F.NTRHÎS at once for No. 21 Wharf. Jones Hay, Pjrmont.

This vessel will NOT bo retponsible for any loss or dauiaga to «into alter samo has bop» landed, and any goods impeding discharge will be stored at Consignee's risk and expense.

BILLS OF LADING« must be presented, duly en- dorsed, Freight. Sorting, and Stacking charges paid, und Delivery Ordern obtained at. the oltlco of the undersigned "before any goods can leave the wharf.

Preliminary Burvevs on damaged arid pilfered cargo will be held every day »t 10 a.m.

NOTICE TO SUPPLIERS.

ALL ACCOUNTS agalmt this VCSÏCI must be duly signed by the Muster before departure, olhervvlso they

curinot he recognised.

BIRT and COMPANY. LIMITED.

No. 4 llrldge-itrect. SYDNEY.

.AS AGENTS.

Tlie Captain will NOT be responsible for any Dabts contracted by his crew without his written authority.

¡ÜNARD LINE.

AUSTRALASIAN SERVICE.

COMMONWEALTH AND DOMINION LINE. LIMITED.

S.S. PORT HACKING, from NEW YORK.

CONSIGNEES are r-quested to PASS ENTRIES at once for CUNARD WHARF, WOOLLOOMOOLOO.

The vessel will not bo responsible for any loss or damago to cargo after same baa been landed, and anv good» impeding discharge will be lauded and stored at

Consignées' risk and expense.

BILLS OF LADING must be presented, duly endorsed, Freight, Sorting, and Stacking Charge« paid, n"d Delivery Ordern obtained at the office of the under signed heforc anv goods can leave the wharf, _

COMMONWEALTH AND DOMINION LINE, LIMITED, I

1 Bent-street, Fvdne.i.

'Captain STICKLAND will not be responsible fur any DEBTS contracted by hi» crew without his written authority._

"ORITISH-INDIA S..N. CO.

S.S. GAMAR1A, FROM CALCUTTA, ETC. |

CONSIGNEES «r« requested to PASS ENTRIES at

once for No. 21. JONES BAY. I

Th» vessel will NOT be responsible for any lona, or damage to Cargo aller wine has been landed, ] and any goods impeding discharge will bo landed

and stored at Consignees' risk snd expense. '

BILLS OF LADING must be presented, duly endorsed, Freight, Sorting, and St licking Charger paid, and De- livery Orders obtained at Hi» office of the undersigned before anv goods can lc;>ve the wharf.

BURNS. PHILP. AND COMPANY. LIMITED,

_Agents V Hriilgr ureet, Sydney.__ MERiCAN BARQUESriNE GEORGE U. HIND. Captain LARSON will NOT b- rosponsib e for any DEBTS contracted bv his Crew without bl* «ritten authority. UOSENFELD «nd CO., AganU,

_x SHIPflNS.

MKA-ND WINTUt *ÍH!K

CVIRNS. VÍA PORJb Smooth Seas and Sunny hiles Round Trip occupies 10 d.m

Mo>Iern Steamers

ClMIUtRA IFAUhA KANOWNA WODONGA,

COOMA, BOMB M A WY RI EM A,

AS\ \NDRA

Full particulars from

HOW \RD SMI1II I IT) .160 Gtorge street (City I "Si } A tj S N CO LIU). 7 Bridge strict (City 106M )

TM'LRSI ATE sn:\MSHir SAILINGS

u ircumslances Permitting)

101 MFLBOURNI Al» I AIDE AND MiKMANfLr

(transhl) pli g at Mell ourne f r Cloilniig mil i ther \ letona« Porta at A I lal le for S. \ Gulf Port an 1 at 1 romantic for Perth Bli ibury Genldton _md North vest ''iirls)_

Stentor Dite fini? Wharfl Auents

/IAIAND1A Hills Diy Illili birt Parler

(all port») No 1 Miller's I Ltd 10 Bri Ire tt

I Point Noon I

WA RITMA (This Day, (VUSV Co ltd

(Velh onhtl Norn I line st I 7 Uri Ige 'trcct

DOMRALA ITucs lune 12 (Howard Smith Ltd ,

(Mell, only) | Noon Mng st j 8 0 Ge ive «t

T1M1 IFri, June 11 Howard Smith LU

(Cugo onlt ,1 King st, I ">60 George st,

Melb and I I Adel ) I j

k\TOOMHA (Sot Itmel« IM Ilwrsltlt Ml eh (Colls Albany Noon No 4 I aro Ltcl, 61 Pitt

witt Pass) Miller s Point I street

KANOWNA Nat June 16 Hi sN Co. Ltd

CAlelh onlt)' Noon I line st I * llrldue st,

«OliONCA Tues JunelO Howmd Smith ltd

(Melb only) l Noon KI ig <t ^50 Gtoigest

D1MI100I A In June .> Melb S S Co I til

(all | r O I I Claience Barrack

I streets

OAMlFItU V ,Sat lune »a Howard Smith Ltd

(Mellion«.)) Noon Mu-st I S5(> Oeorge st

LFAIlhA I Tues, June ¿t AUiN Co 7

(Melb onl~) I Lines' 5pm J Uri lun-rtre t

KAROOLA hit June SO, |M Jlwralth, M'Fnoh

(Colls Albany noon ho 4, | arn I ine 61 Pitt with Puis) Mll'er's Point- I street.

COOM A Sat June 80, IHoward Smith Ltd ,

(Melb only) King st noon. 850 George-rt.

W> ANORA JTues.July» IA.U S N Co. 7

(Melb only) I t ime st I Bridge street

WOOI GAR Tue«., July ». (Melbourne S S Co ,

(Carun Se») | Clarence Barrack _footnote) J_ I streets _

Woolgar"tsltci all class« of Cargo for Albany, rough

.ad deck Fremantle

I OB BRISBANE

ROCKHAMPTON (Port Alma) MACKAY BOWE»

JITTY TOWVsMIlE 1FTTY aid CAIRNS

(Transhipping at Brisbane for Mar\horough Bundaberg,

and Gladstone and at Townsville for putports)

.___ r_.. " HovTarl Smith Ltd,

S50 George-street, \delatde S S Co,

22 Bridge-street

At SV Co, 7

Brlrlre street

?.COOMAIThls Day,

I 8 p in King st. aCANTARA |Mnn June 11

(Cnrgnonlj)l Pumint Bridge hW A ANORA ITum June 1Ï,

I 4 p m I line St.

cMOIRA IThur June II, AUSN

(Cargo only | I ltne-st Bridge »t

»W\ UMA ISnL, June 10 IA 1 SV C« 7

I I line s* Noon I Bri Ige street

bBOAIB ALA JTues June 19 (Howard >>mlth Ltd

( 4pm, King at I S60 George st.

cBUHWAn Thurs. June 2], |!lov irl Smith ltd

(C-tri,o only) I hing street I 860 George «troct

nKANOWNA Eat, June 28 IA I S N Co., t

[ Noon I Ime st I Bridge rtreet

bWODONG A Tues , June 2«, IHoward Smith Ltd ,

I 4 p ni King st | 150 Ceorge-st

?CANBERRA ISat, lune 80, ¡Howard Smith Ltd.

I noon hing mV. | 3o0 George-st

bl LVUKA Tucs Jul) 1 |A l s N Co, 7 _I I Ime st_I Bri Ige rtreet a Brisbane, Mickuj, Townsville and Cairns

b Brisbane Port Alma (passenger) only), Mackay,

Bowen Townsville and Cairns

c Ports as far as Rockhampton

_FOR HOBART RIVERINA iTuealai I ne 1»,

H

M1

Iliiddart Parker

Ltd , IO Bridge _street

SHIPI 1RS ARF Rl-OHSTH) IO RrFFR TO THE AGENT OF Till VI-bSFI RA WHICH Till Y WI«H TO HHIP CARGO MAY BF TOOKED HY TFLU'HONF

UDDART. PAEKER LINE.

(Circumstances Permitting )

TASM ANIA

To 1101)ART-RIALUINA TUhSDAl, lune 12 noon,

Phoenix Wharf and June 2,.

SEW 7L ALAND

To AUCKLAND -UI IM Al O A SATURDAY. June t>,

Noon, from No 8 Miller« Point Transhipping for Gisborne and Napier

To \\ El LINGTON -ULIMAROA SATURDAY. JUNF 13

Noon. Transhipping for Wanganui. Nelson, Picton

and New pit mouth

lTUDlMRT PARKI R LIMITED, IO Bri Ige street

rpiIB PATRICK Bli AMSHIP CO , ÍTD

(ClrcurasUnces Pirmlttlnir)

MOD ART DIRECT - S S MAW ATTA MON , litt) Juno

4 pm

PITT BUn DING« ISA PITT STREET

_'PHOVr S, B0133 mint_ ORT S DOCb. AND hNGINl tUING CO, LTD

Works Morts Bav Balmain ('Phone WIfrtl. WliX>2,

WWII, Woolwich (Ihone Hunter 4), Johnstone t Bal Balmain ( Phone W1130)

Town Office SJ Pitt street ( Phone City PI05)

Docking Atcommodati m 1 to 10 0O0 tons at one tim»

SHIP AND LNOINrhRING 111 PAIRS UTMOST

DESPATCH

LXPERT WELDERS and CUTT1RS »ItH PORTA Bl E

QLASSIARC FLtdiRICAL PLANTS for Bolleni _ blent trames and Hulls_ Mi Thousand Watt Lall) I lectrlo lighting Plant"

brand new £"p cash Inv Inclble Alotors 35 Pitt i-t

H Kill Tinsiui Alícuota,, all be»t n aker at enor _ mousl) re luce I pria_Invln Motors 1J Pitt st YNVINCIliiE MARINE MOTORS, x (mude in Australia aim-o VßOÜ) Mr W li DODD of Mannum South Australia, purchased one of our A'olel 'P' luv lui Hilo Huv> Duty Lnglnea just on 15 \eara agc and \estcrdj} we received the tollovrlng

letter from him -

1 I have had a wonderful lot of work out of your rnginc, I run 240 mlhs every week which includtt 130 stopp IRIS, the engine ti I ii li I want nuy new parts up to date an« wont inquire any for another 15

vean, to all uppearunees "

\\c are building similar good Engines in all power«, from i te 120 HP four Cycle t>pos only

AYiHte for Catalogues

INWNC1ULL MOTOR CONSTRUCTION CO, LTD, _M Pitt streit SADNIA_ IN VINCI!» h. BOAT MTriNt.S as I ropcllers Shaft»

Stern Heuritm» lag ""crews Cear Pumpa Plungtr I muli Rear Stnrtor» Uilrori>ul Jolntt. \bcnl Lhitches AiufTler« Ilcnrlno Tonks ctt at the lowe t prîtes lu Australn 111 istritcd Cittlogues on request

_INWNC1BII- MOTORS 3J I ittrtroct

KINGSTON Model LI Carburettors are"the simplest

float leed Carburettors mule MP'lons In uv Price 10/ INAINCmLr MOTORS A6 Pitt street

"VTLW PARTb 1*01« MARINE MOTORS made promptly ?--' an i at Lowest Cost Ask us to quote No jib too

until! INVINCIHI F MOTORS 85 I lit street_

TNAINCIBIr TURHINf PROM ! I CRS are ma'o from

X 57 dlfi-rint patterns no matter what jou wilt In the Propeller Line wo hato it Stock Si/e« from Hin to SOm Mnmeter All Pitches INA INOIUL1 MOTOR CONSTRUCTION CO I TI) 36 Pitt st Syd TNVINCIRIF AIARINE RM FUSING GI APS. Otcr~one

th maand Ir use Prl es f oin £1» up

INVINCIBLE MOTOR CONSTRUCTION CO , LTO , _ _86 Pitt street SADNFV_ VICTOR MOTOR COMPANY 1 1MITED

ENGIVEPRl IOIVOIU«. MOTOR FXPLRTS,

DO! Bl F HAY

SA DNFY

t ndcrtako all Cía et- of Oil and STFAU

1NCINI niPMHS

TURNING riTTlNt CFAP CUTTING OTA

ACFTA IFNF W Fl DING Cistlngs of all descriptions _Phone l8 1 Ig_

IOCKWOOD ASH M MUNI MOIORS

' In Stick, 1 es il bp índ 8 h p Twin Cyllndir Fngincs at Special Lo-nr Prices to clear

UM I ASY LTD. 88 Wentworth avenue Phone Citv 78.0_,

ALr CARIN IAUNCH ¿Ht very nice and rcllnbTo

10ft Aux I Isblng Boni A Ittnr enijne. Spied Hull, New l>daT l«'t D H. M OAKFS Ijtunrh Balet man Beach roa I, Roshcntter Hi} rdgecllff 1040

pIIAPMAN MARINIJ ENGINES

KNOWLEDGE IS POTTER

Certainly to know a CHAPMAN ErJCINT Is to know POWlIt Bit we say dont wait until von PUR CHASl a CHAPMAN ENG1VE to gain KNOWLFDOl

Come and see ua first Ree our Fnglnes belt T ma le un I tested 7 carn to un Urständ the TIIOROI Gil

>.ES3 anl attention to details appliel ttirmichnnt their manu'ncttire Get to know their PATI N TI D RTSTI M 01 STARTING AVITHOI'1 A IIANDIE AND ITS IIOfltORS tie n tent iv«tcm of Itbtantancous MA" NTTO tTTACÜMlNT VVD 1IM1NC ilsi the ncsrh W11 FTt-Sb 8YHT1 M OF IGNITION

Wo do not «ST give m a loo* up when ont our waj

BUT COME 01 R WAY AND AISIT U« Become fntnlll-f by Starting OpenHnr and Pitying with ti e I ngliie you intuid n ire! rim. Bv doing the«" thin r rou will GAIN KNOWH-DOr and then S1CLR1 THE

POWER

The Chipntin Tamoiir Y oat «dis for £00 with et n» plcto outllt fir running AIII AD AM) ASTFRN .1 ilnps nnjthiij tip to 6 tip is CHAR ANTI-Til 1 OR MAE TONG Al ARS' i ii 1 I is tinquei.tlniial Iv gradual!* but snrrly become ti P MOST POPJIIATJ JN01NI AI10AT Hate }ou jet sten our RTNOWNF!) £1(1" 16FT LAUNOIII«! englmd with the FAMOUS FOUR!

CHAPMAN »nd BTIERACK,

Engine Manufacturen,

M Clara street,

Krsklneville

ÉTÂTÏN ÁÍ AÏÏHÎ PÑGIÑTs.

nun Mi MADE

Tlie demand for theft, uvglncs provis their quality If jou want it first c am onUne at reasonable price we can supply you Inspect tho Kelvin; you cannot buy an engine from a fancy picture

G10 RUTHERFORD, Beyal Exchange,

Thone, liiott, I4A lHtt-«tMfc

Da

INK GOOD TEA,

BUT.ONLY PAY LASSETTER'S LOW PU ICES

FOR IT.

Why pay more-f For as moderate a price »a 2/ per lb. one can command a reslly Excel- lent Tea-imported direct from the Ceylon Plantations by Lassetter's, who aro therchy enabled to letall a high-grade tea at a "way down" price.

From among many kinds, vee quote three Tery popular uumbcni. Orders 101b (and over) Carriage Fro«.

LASSETTER'S No. 11 A.I. CROWN CEYLON TEA.-A

perfectly .pure, sound leaf of strong rluvour. Free from any toughness or impurities.

Per 5!b. 101b 2Uh. Oria-Chest, Lb. Pkt. Pkt. Box. 62!b.

2/ 10/ 20/ 41/ 1/11 Ib.

1 ASSETTER'S NOv 12 A.I. CROWN CEYLON TEA.-An

excellent household line, featuring an attractive tippy leaf, fresh and fragrant Makes a bright infusion, free from coarseness.

Per Sib. 101b. 211b. Orig. Chest. Lb. Pkt. Tkt. Box. 521b.

2/8 Il/S 22/Ô 40/3 2/2 lb.

LASSRTTKU'S No. 13 A.I. CROWN FINE MOUNTAIN

GROWN CEYLON TEA.-A favourite afternoon ten. with a delicate flavour and a fatclnuttng fragranc«. Choice, and withal economical-a little goes a long way.

Per 51b. 101b. * 211b. Orlg Chest, Lb. Pkt. Tkt. lb«. 521b.

S/fl 12/« 25/ 51/a 2/5 lb.

LASSETTER'S COKKEIS

-AS CELEBRATED AS THEIR TEAS,

which Is claiming a great deal for them.

A.I. CHOWS PURE COFFEE, Pink label, lib tins.

2/10.

A.I. CROWN COFFEE, and CHICORY MIXTURE.

Black Label, No. L. lib, 2/8; Jib, 1/5.

Green Label, No. 2. lib, 2/4; iib, 1/3. Blue Label, No. 8. HI), 1/tt.

A.I. CHOWN ESSENCE OF COFFEE, WITH CHICORY.

Bottle, 1/1; dozen, 12/6. Bottle, 1/8; do/en, 20/6.

ROASTED COFFEE BEANS, for thoa« who pra'ar to

grind their coffee at required. Finest Mocha, per lb, 3/3. Finest Mysore, per lb. 8/. Finest Java, per lb, Î/.

GROUND COFFEE, ready for use, and freshly ground

daily in our store.

Finest Mocha, per lb, t/8. Finest M}sore, per lb, 8/. Finest Java, per lb. ii

A.L CROWN

BREAKFAST MEALS.

AN EMINENTLY SATISFACTORY BRAND. M.U'AEMEAL, 81b bag, WJd; 71b bag, 1/10.

OATMEAL, COARSE, 01b bag, 2/. -,.»,, OATMEAL, FLAKED, 71b. bag, S/6; 21b packet, t)Jd ROLLED OATS, 61b.-bag, 2/: 21b Packet, lOd. WHEATMEAL, 71b. bag, 1/7; Sib bag, 104

LAEsSETTER'8

A.l. CHOWN WINES.

rhí secret of their popularity' lie* in

their Quality and Moderate Prices.

No. 3.' No. 2. No. 1.

PORT (bottle) . I/O . 8/ 8/8 SHERRY (bottle) . 2/0 3/ 8/6 HOCK (bottle) . 2/3 !!/« 2/1) CLARET (bottle) .' Î/3 2/0 2/9 CHABLIS AND SAUTERNE, bottle, 8/.

MUSCAT, MUSCADINE, AND MADEIRA, per bottle, 8/. PORT AND SHERRY, Imperial quarts, 8/ each.

F. LASSETTER AND CO., LIMITED,

Leaden in All Worth Leading In.

GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY.

SHIPPING.

71. A. WINTER, Sole Agent tor

» 0Ts-m.rK!n visnixv. tfslrirNKfr

STERUNO MARINE ENGINES.

Can also supply from < Stock; KERMATH. 20-H.P., w. elictrlo. «tartar.

FRIS01E Heavy Duty Eugiues T and 10 h.p. Atoo Second nand KELVIN, 7-H.P., £56.

KOBEN OUTBOARD MOTOR, «30 KVINllUDE, A». _15ryfs^Su»M!X.Ktrc«t,_Sydnc£_ IIB DEPENDABLE ATLAS IMPERIAL. T

Built a little better than aeem» necessary, ? to COO h.p. The slow running de. lee la a REVELATION.

1710R SALE, several good Launches, ault fishing work j

or passenger trade. 42 and 55 ft. vessels, suitable! for Island work, also 7-h.p. Kelvin Marino Engine, complete, in new condition. Will sell cheap.

W. HOLMES. Boatbullder, MoMahon'a Point. Tel . S10 North._ H

ESS MARINE ENGINES.

4-5 h.p., single cylinder, 4-cycle, fitted with Bosch Magneto, very compact, ault auxlllarim and mall launchen to 24ft. COS complete.

W. HOLMES, McMahon's Point North Sydney.

BUFFALO.

"Tho Engine of Constant Service."

Olli and inspect the latest, four-cylinder 1480 h.p. Cruiser and Runabout Moi*cl, with clectrlo starting and lighting outfit " £200 complete.

Sole Agent- W. HOLMES,

__^_ MrMahon'a Point. North Sjslney^ RISCO SFANDÀRD" 0ÏC ENGINES. F

These Engines have, tliruugh sheer force of merit, attained a fame and Arid of fcrvlce not approached

by any other OH Engine.

'Frisco Standard Engines luve been the standard equipment in the great Motor Fleet» on the American coast for many years past. Also along tile coasts of Australia and the South Sea Islands tie "Standard" Engines are everywhere to be found.

Musfihc In construction, inc*t economical on fuel consumption, simple, and always reliable, the "Standard" Is the ideal motivo power for working

and pleasure boat« even w here.

Australian Depot, WAUGH and JOSEPHSON, LTD., Gen-ral Engineers, Sydney. _

El TO TWIN CATÍÑDFR OUTBOARD MOTORS

lurthcr shlnmcnta Just arrived Price reduced All nerewan spare parts st« ked V, ALGH and IOSFPHSON_J IMITFD__f tirr^lllll«,_ V"OU Will IIAA1 NO THOI III h WITH

X THF SAP1X M"1FR OIT BOARD MOTOR

"I took the Baflx Miller Outboard Motor Engine with me on the Xmas lloll lavs on the South Const It nave no trouble and although I had no previous know le Ige of motors the ninchlne nn like a tin k In al sorts of weather wet an I trv II Is a fine little pro! lotion and does away with all thought of distances on the water " The Rafiv A( Her has mBtiv utisoltelM letters praising its sltnpMoltv reliability BPeed and economy Part llimimtls I ti 7 Market st Svd A I n»d«nn an! Cn S I« Agents Woolloomooloo

ATLANTIC \f\RI\r FNGINrs,

Kerosene or Petrol

Tlie Atlantic Ftteine Is di tlnct in all its feiturcs of evceptitna! otiiillty nnd value ami must command the serious ronaideration of dlicrimiiiating huyera

A\e offer our 10 It H P HFAAA D1JTA FNGINF,

eotnplcte for £,f6

ATLANTIO INGlNFFniNO COAfPANY,

ä 7 Barrack stret I

SPARE PART8 STCK KED

P~ ARSON 8 MAKIVI Olf INCIVls

PIIKOI OH hUtOSINF

The Premier British ma le Oil hnglne for Pleatur« or Tra ling Purposob. Medium an I Heavy Duty. In sises from 7 to 00 BRAKE Horse power, ecom mica! smooth running an 1 luslly managed

_UOHH1T (RANT 83 Pht street, Sydney

FOR SALE TRY ONE, £860

The Speediest Genrtal Utility Ulindi tor tie power and price wa have ever seen, HULL 23 x 0 RFSiniCrrD CLASS LAUNCH, a* »dopted by MOTOR A ACHT f LU11 0, N S.W u per * M Hetitld

Motor Notoi May 17, 1023 Engine four ojlmdor (I ORD PARTS) new EAbA WINNIR »t »RUM MOANL III OATT A King a Blrthdiv Handicapped on 17 miles and won from »cnitrh with 10 entries

NO1 OM Y is THY ONE extremely hut but la a strong useful Launch fit for smart family runabout or oitrfde riding boat, dora 17 mile» an lour with li gall hciudnc steer« and controls perfectly either ah ad or astern Inspect baturday or Sunday morn

'ng 'Phine North 075

TAKr NH1TRAL BAY KERRY from ClrvuUr Quay, SECOND STOP «nd 2 min» from wharf

PRITCHARD BRO? I TI)

NORTH SY1JNFY

LAUNCHES BOATS AND ENGINES FOR SAI r -

Confnrtahle Houseboat, conveniences for 0 41 x 10 seagoing Aux Cruiser as new. l8 to 30 ft Loin ill is nbnolute reliability, 7 »nd 8 It, Dinghies, lill mit Botts for Hood purposes carry on car or cnil

14ft C II hklff special Boats for Outboard Motors or NU Fishing Blip Regal Mirlne Iiiglne as new IO h p Heavy Duty Marine Engine, l8 h » Marine Fn eine suit JO to 40 ft, 20 and 30 li p Car Engines

Stted Marine

. ,_

PH1TCIURD BROS.. LTD

_HlRh street North Byrtmg

FOR S ALF,

HYDROPLANE MISS COORPAROO,

powered with eight cylinder 140 li p Kturtevant As»

Ingine AAInner of ANA Champlotshlp

Speed Boat Handicap (fticenslan I Chtmplonihip.

Had three start« for ti ree wins

AMU give trial of forty mile« per hour

UcG Wit LUM*.

e.o. Canadian Plywood Co , ttd ,

.Weollooogabbi, Sritbaat,

T

HE HOUSE Ol' ECONOMY.

ANTHONY" UORDERrsS'.

6UUATED IN BIOCK 11 .VUiERL WISDOM 6UOPS,"

n the consideration of valu« .be mime Anthony Honlerns' mriles H conclusive argument Hie House of Economy haa been wilding a reputation for nearl} a century-a reputation that Is continually being Justitkd in every transaction.

MEN'S WEAR, ' COMBINING QUALITY

AND VALUE

-ia Men's Wear that Is «ure to gin, satisfaction. Hie 1Uid) to Wear Clothing Anthon) Horderns' sell is made in thilr own workrooms, and willie thui quality Is maintained, the low prices aie made pos- sible by the elimination of all Intermediate prouts.

SAVE MONEY ON

MEN'S OVERCOATS.

Inspect them In the Department on the Grouud Floor, and you will realise that smartness of cut and stvle dlstln,rul<hes them, as well as oxcellinco of fabric and lou price,

THE "RAGLAN."

' Made with easy slip on sleeves, itrvp

cuni. In Fawn Galurdlne, lined with wool check.

PRICES, 76/. 80/, no/, 105/, 115/.

Lined with Shot

PRICES, 84/. 105/, 115/. 120/. 147/.

In Dark Fancy Tweeds, in seat Dark designa.

PRICES, »5/, t0/, 75/, 84/, and SO/.

THE "TRENCH"

hat belt all round, witb Raglan shoul- ders, strap cuffs. Is lawn Gabardine, lined with wooL

PRICES .,. 84/, 105/, 115/. In Fawn Gabardine, lined with Shot

FH1CE3 . 106/, 115/.

OVERCOATS FOR BOYS.

THE "RAGLAN"

hat cosy slip on shoulders, strap culls lu Dark Fancy Tweeds, »¡lies 7 to IS

PRICES .45/, 47/0, 52/«, 50/0. .. Sizes 13 to 2J.

PRICES . .. 46/6, 60/, 55/, 6S/0.

In Fawn Gabardine, with Check lining

Site» 7 to 12.

PRICES . 42/. 68/0, 70/, Sires 13 to 2}.

PRICE . 02/6

TUE "TRENCH-"

ha« belt all round, Raglan shoulders. .trap curta. In Fancy Tweed. Sites 7 to

11

TRICE . 55/.

Birra 13 to 2J.

PRICE . 67/0.

In Fawn Gabardine. Sixes 7 ta 12.

PRICE . OJ/0

Sites 13 to I}.

PIHOIS . 17/0 and 80/.

(Men's and Boya' Oi crcoata-Ground rioor.)

COSY FLEECY-LINED ENGLISH

MADE UNDERWEAR.

Th« weather makes Cosy Underwear an emphatic necessity. These prices make the purchase a matter not to be dclnved tor the double reasons of comfort and economy. Inspect the quality and compare the. prlcei.

MEN'S FLEECY-LINED UNDERWEAR, warm weight, in grey shade.

Size 30 S8 40 42 in. Undershirt«, j Sleeves 6/0 (1/ 0/8 6/0 U'shirts, Long Sieves 0/ 0/3 fl/ti fi/0 Underpants . 0/ 0/8 0/0 7/

- HEN'S WINTEHDOWN FLEECY-LINED

UNDERWEAR. I, and H. Morley'a Soft, and Extra Warru Weight.

Sise S» SO SS 40 42 in. U'shirts, J sleeves »/ 0/3 9/(1 0/0 10/

? " Long Sleeves P/3 9/Í B/0 10/ 10/3 Underpants . 0/ 0/3 0/0 0/0 10/ MEN'S AUTUMNDOWN FLFECY-LINED UNDERWEAR, L und II. Morley'a medium weight, wool and cotton.

Sir.c 34 .11 S3 40 42 in. U'Bhlrtl, ê Sleeves 8/8 8/0 tl/3 10/3 11 ':< IJrderpanla .... 0/0 10/ 10/0 11/0 If".'

(Mercery-Ground Floor.)

MBN'8 FOOTWEAK.

These offerings revesl Anthony Horderua' value» aa incomparable, taking both quality and prloe Into consideration. Scan (hit list, see the goods, and make your own

conclusions.

MEN'S BOX CALF BALMORAL or BLUCHER CUT LACE HOOTS, cut from best New Zealand calf skins; genuine welted soles, medium or extra wld* fittings stacked. Halt sizes.

PRICE, 28/0 Pair.

MEN'S BLACK GLACE KID LACE ROOTS, blucher cut. self or patent toecaps, welted soles, Irather lined.

PRICE. 2.V0 Pair.

MEN'S SUPERIOR GRAUE BOX CAL!' BLUCHER CUT LACK BOOTS, medium toe«, welted holes, leather lined.

PRICE, 25/0 Fair.

MEN'S ALL-PATENT LACE BOOT.0, welted sole«, srr.art Parla tuea.

PRICE. 20/0 Pair.

MEN'S ENGLISH-MADE PATENT DRESS SHOES, Court or Lace «lyle,

punrp toles

PRICES, 19/«, 24/« nair.

(Footwear-Second Floor.)

YOU CAN

WRITE OR 'PHONE

(or your requirements, and find Anthony Horderns' scrvlco per medium of delivery or mall iqually satisfactory to pomonal shopping "over the counter."

If within range ring ?

CITY* 0140. Boan. LIBO. NORTH «13.

WE PAY CARRIAGE

on Men'« tnd Boj a' Wear, Fashion floods, and F nully Drapery in New South Wale*

WF CLOSE AT SP M FIMDAYa

ANTHONY HOIIDIÜÄN AND SONS,

LiMrrED.

BRICKFIELD HILL, 8YDNEY.

BOX sm. oro

SHIPPING. RA

AIS» D DECK CRUialll for Sale, .10 x », rpced 0 milo, coppered Dinghy, table, llgbta, cuahl na, Btovcs, etc. Owner Kit lug t* the sport, wishm t« (llapoys of Utla Heal cratt .Absolutely no reasonable

oller refus.J

Apply AlULOAN-NON, Mosman Da) 'Phone, Y1978. tTTiNhül' bt,Lll.ílON LA Li NU1US, AUX \ AUÎ7Î

1 CRUISIUS, STLAMLIIt). any sire, price BUHU and SELF« avull jourstlte« our A EARS EXPHtl ENOh I tchange effected scroral BOATSIIFl) HUSI NI^l-S bell tbrip II1574 SHIP 1XC1MNGI-, 63

Pitt street

ITWR SALI-, New ind'STI CUTTEHfTTteiclies, and

? hchooncrs froni 10 to n0 tons, suitable Islamist Motor Launch, I a engine, JO pasicti"i.n strong 1» footer, half deck »illunie engin.. LHi Uojt», Ships* working Bouts, nasurbneiit hklu"ii an 1 Binguie», iviise» and Stems t ut as required

._W M I ORD, hhlpbiiiid r North 60

<~40AClinOi SI Y VClll, uuur rlg"el 1 Ried »

y cyl, 7 9 lip, 1 ejele Ilegal eiiulue, Halilrl'tg» reverse (¡ear GonipWt« < imi pig ntittlt Cish £-00 Terms can b« ?rrmged, or will Fxdi for pmctli-ally new Ford Car with cavli adjustment ti V.LLLNA, Bu*_h_s_Shcd_Itiii,b Buy__ljg ii_ CHAMPION 16ft-M\l!)- SI olo.lGF for tala -Per

formalice, 1''0 to H"< f ur Club Ginini lons'ilps. Dtim-rrs) l np Cape Hivvl o Cup (ape Hawke lllft Championship Cup k1- otbtr ina him £121 t rlr» tumut JJ llrftts, J) «KODIIS l8 (blidu ¿ml Stat* Cham plui__Ap_l'l>._l'n>rlm «_ Honts1. Is sandrlmrh ni

MOlUlt fAÏÎiSUl, t op|>> nil ¿Ut i cahill uwnltllt,

lumps lealh'r cu blunt etc, 6 H bp twin col, «cyl NIA( VRA Ma tncto, "-chili Carl), together wlUi 8ft Cedar Dinghy AIM) neir offer

_GAH S nOATSHI D Meadowbank

'fi'OB HALE, cht ip, Raised derk Cltl ISI ft. buniche« " la»t year, sleeping accoinnindnlMn, elco, light, all cenvs., in perfect tinier tan be Inspected at ("Ininti Point, Plltwifr lull particulars from F Buckle, Buckle's Wharf ^Pyrmont_ rLDAlt SKIFF, l>-ft, 17ft Ccihr SUIT £10 Ifift

tedar SVItf. mil Milo outboard motor, £10, 19 aril 17 ft Celur si iii», from £10 to £U 1101 LI R. WAY, Boatshed tullin Point Icuvc tram L»ug street to Burton-street M munn___^_ _-_,__^___«_ I" ARGk Stock of Sicrnlhnnil Inglnea taktn bv tia

-J In Part pa>ni<nt for new ones All I in Is «nd sl/e» Bargain prices Call or Bend for list HALL BROS , LTD . 78 George st North 'Phone City 2310

(Continued, oa ooxt pas«).)

DRESS. TASHION, ETC,

DAVID JONES'

FOR SERVICE. -

Supping hours: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

SEVEN SHILLINGS!

THAT IS THE REDUCTION

ON

GIRLS' WOOL FROCKS

THIS MORNING.

' ,4?D TKllE ARE OTHER SAVINOS . »OR CHILDREN, EQUALLY KEEN.

% TOE FROCKS.

Decidedly smart-ver)* practical-splendidly «nade. In fawn, banded with kingfisher. Length» 30 to 3!) inches. Regularly 3U/e. Thi» morning only, 32/0.

KNICKER HOSE, STOCKINGS,

GLOVES.

THESE ARE REDUCED.

Boy»' Knicker nee, dependable quality. .' Jf,rey or h,aek, with fancy tum.over tops. , Siwa 7} to OS. Reduced this morning

from «/II to 5/3.

Bibbed Wool Sto. kings for girls. Black or tan. Sizes. 7 to 3}. Very reliable. Re ouced this morning from 4/11 to 3/8.

«liri»' Viyella Gauntlet GlOTes. tt hite or fawn. Sizes « to GJ. Usually 8/11. This

«norning, 1/11.

"WOOL JERSEYS.

8/ AND 4/ SAVED THIS MORNING!

rirmly knitted. Navy, brown, saxe, cream. For girls or bo.vs 3 to 7 years. Usually 8/11 and 0/11. This morning. 5/11.

BLOOMERS AND NIGHTGOWNS.

EXTRAORDINARY VALUEl

NaTy Woollen Bloomers for children 3 to i year«, 8/11, reduced to 3/11.

Cream Flannelette Nightgowns. Very «turdy. Lengths 30 to 48 inches. Usually 7/11. This morning, 0/11.

HANDKERCHIEFS, SCARVES,

RIBHONS.

REDUCED FOR TO-DAY I

Girls' Handkerchiefs, fine and durable, hem .tltched hems, usually, down, 6/8. Tilla

morning, 8/6.

Korelty Cap and Bear» Seta In brushed wool-newest colours, 25/, reduced to 12/0.

Remnant length« of Ribbon for hair ti«, .te. Half-price for this morning.

BOYS' FUR FELT HATS.

1/ belo« tlie tunal.

BxeeTtait quality, tn grey, steel, or slat». Usually 18/0. Thla morning only, 10/«.

CHOCOLATES ARE CHEA PERI

"MARY PUMPKIN'S SATURDAY SPECIAL.''

A delicious assortment of home-made choco- late», many varieties. In half and one pound hoTcs. Usually 1/0 and- 3/. This morning only, 1/8 and 2/0.

MINIATURE PARADES,

WHEREIN l8 PROVEN

THAT ECONOMY NEED NOT BE SACRIFICED

IN MODERN STYLES FOR GIRLS.

r» order to see thece delightfully fascinating Parades, it is necessary to secure tickets of admlsiion, which are available in the Children's Department on third tloor. The Parades commence at 11 a.m. in the FasMon Gallery, on first floor. Admission

'» ire«, .

W« pay carriage on nil drapery and

' fashion goods to any part of

Australasia.

DAVID JONES'

for service,

OPP. Q.P.O., SYDNEY.

Themes City, »330. Auto. BOOTI

M0LYNEUX MODES.

MOLYNEUX MODES beg to intimate tlurt

they have OPENED a

HIGH-CLASS SALON

for all the Latest Knitted Wear in

SILK AND WOOL,

ANNOUNCE REDUCTIONS IN

KNITTED RUSSIAN TAILORED

COSTUMES.

*lHO ONE-PIECE FROCKS MADE TO ORDER.

Also CHILDREN'S KNITTED GARMENTS. THREE tJUARTER SILK SOCKS, LADIES' SILK STOCKINGS, HEN'S SILK HOSE, anil TENNIS HOSE.

CALL AND SEE US.

?y Patronising na you are Encouraging

Local Industry,

», 2nd PROMENADE, CITY HOUSE,

Adjoining Knlttinir College,

101 PUT-STREET

(Come In by Hillier.; take lift).

¡ßALDWIN'S REEniVE WOOL.

THB RELIABLE KNITTING WOOL,

Garment« made with Baldwin's Beehive Knitting Wool atand any amount of real hard wear. This h because there is no variation in the high quality, and even production is evidenced in every skciu

ei Beehive Wool.

?ALDWTN'S WHITE HEATHER FINGERING

WOOL OF RARE QUALITY.

White Heather Fingering is available In 4-ply, and It will meet with the approval of ever? Knitter. Other standard qualities arc Beehive Scotch Finger Ing, Beehive Lady Betty and "Teazle"-the Wool for toft, fluffy effects.

ALL DRAPERS STOCK BALDWIN'S WOOL

Wholesale-Paton» and Baldwins (A'sla), Ltd.,

181 Clarence-street, Sydney.

EOÖK: LÖÖKT" LOOK.

CUT OUT MIDDLEMAN.

, DIRECT FROM MANUFACTURER TO PUBLIC.

Flannel« for men, made from best Imported Doctor «flume!, 7/ cadi, dark or uatural. Try them.

Wo Pay Freight.

F. SCOTT. l'eiishur»t--.trcet. Willoughby.

A St'AltWI.ING l'AUE FOR CHILDREN appears UX weekly In tile,

"SYDNEY MAIL.1"

Throughout Australia many children are competing 'tn essays, drawings, and photographs for tho "Mall"

.'Certificate of Merit."

_SHIPPING. '_

CSECOND-nAND Di.SU.ul, in fair condition, about TO 9ft. Also Two Sculls and Rowlocks. Apply

HANNAM, care Arthur Kidman,

Chamber of Ouininerce-bulidiiig, city.

OUR. New Mandari! Launches," with 4.cycle cnginci,

and U.T. mannelo, suitable for river, ' «asure, or Efhlng. fSO complete. W. HOLMr.S, MclUbon'k Point. North Sydney._ 'U AW IvtSilLilt \ ~ i(l\ I;H._UOJIB and Launches fur J-L Hire, Fishing Parties (line or lid) arranged, bait tree. PALMER'S HOAI.SHEDS.TJ?1-- Brooklyn 2.

."VAOUTS LjuncbeB, Boats built, repaired,- painted. IX Satisfaction glien. Peterson, Rose unv._ Edg. 300. ¡S3PL1TD0RF D) naiiio, sultalile ignition lighting, tv. .VJ 8a, perfect order. £2 10/. lío ElizuUetli-st

iTpOll 8ALE, 2J(i-h.p. (,c)Under'HALL SCOTT EN lä.' G1MI, complete, £170. ALVLN, TAYLOR. LTD., « WemwuiUi.ini.nuo, _ Sydney._

¡TJIOR SALE,'Aus Sailing Boat, 21ft, Bit beam, cop

l*. pcred, 5-h.|>. eng., int. run, older, goul solid fcùat, suit outiido. 25 »haling-rd, North S)duoy.

(l\f OTOlt LAUNCH for S»le, 25ft by Ott Oin, In good U-'J. running order. Must soil ihcip. HENDERSON, Til« Glen, vV alton-crcsci nt. Abbotsford.

T'AUNClf HULL, llttt", counter stern, nice model,

kM-J Ü22. 22 Newcomb«*!, MHB Souci.

(EgUATMlLj) IIU-iMfeS for Sale, Doit«, Mooringa, etc.

A* btorago more thitn covers rent, picniv repair vvoik If desired. D TRAVERS, kogarah News Agency.

iTÏIOK SALE, ROWING BOAT, new, 12ft x 4ft 6. U- Apply 84 bhort-st. Balmain._ KAURI Boat PLANKS, 0 x~i, dressed, Ist-elass N.Z.

tlmlicr, ¿4 per 100. Bnln, Tiioiuson, Lav. Bay. CARGO LAUNCH, BralnioiC 81 ¡f OlflM!., 4-c)Cle, 8

)eurs old, full_ g'ntce, mc. Brain, Thomson, N. Syd. |«fXOOD Assortment Boot Knie» and Stems for Sal«. rUT Cut If required. W. HOLMES, McMuhou'a Pt Tel., 810 North. _ _

Ifc^OH SALE, 1 S-h.p. two-rv de complete Petrol Tank X1 Coil 1IAT1EHY, cm be seen running.

_ 20 Ifawson-avenue, West Kogarah.

5JTOK SALE, Complete Miipbulldlng' Outfit, in full

swing. Apply J. w. Pearce and Co., Iron Cove, Itnre'!c._ 'leí., W1S38. _ _ _

CRUISER Launch for" Sale, 20ft" s »ft Oin, completed

fitted, aplin, corni.t ,_ruc.,_qiiick saln,_i:î75. Y2764. INTJÏAN CANOE, canvas, 12ft. Paddles and Cushions,

complete, £1._12 St. Ceoige's-cies, Drummoyne. f A UXILÍÁRV CaaclihoUM HULL, 22 0, two masts,

?*X 6a.ll«, ready for «n* lue, cheap. 66 l/mlsa-rd, Balmain

ÎÏJA1SED-DECK CRUISER, 31ft, hlgh-i'hiss "turnout. l*A' Niagara engine, electric lights, etc.; also 2Sft

»alsed-deck Hull. Both new.

. WILLIAMS, 30 St. GeorgcVcrcaccnt, Di-omnioyne...

VjEAÛTIFUlXV Built LÂl'NCn, 'tilt, i-c.vl. eng.,

.«-» Bosch n-nípirto, generator, «cli-stnrt motor, bilge, auto steering, arid bond, just painted. Sacrifice, J¿135. USO Bridgi>-0'cet, Dnininirvnp. bren Olia,Milan's Mied. WILL bell. Open l'as\, ant Cargo Launch, 24 i 7.

A.Ü i-cvcle eng., full equipment, 2»-p.i53., any trial. JENKINSON, 1 Puke-place. Balmain._ ¡T AUK Oil HULL" new," only require« «ngin«, 21ft hy iaU «U, £40 cash. 30 WaiUra-parade, Hurstville.

SHIPPING.

T AUNCHaScTilATCll COVERS, Tarpaulin», Code

.i-* and- Numeral Flags, Club Pennants, and 1 lags of all Nations; Travelling Rugs, Bush Russ, and Blan- kets. The New "Aberdeen" Canvas Lightweight Rain- coat, AVaJkins Style, 84/; Riding Style, 100/ ca. Oil skins. Men's and Boys', from 27/6 ca. Wo are Canvas Manufacturers, and can guarantee «verything we make; consult us. SMITH, COPELAND, «nd CO., «3 R« gent-street, Sydney. 'Phone, Redf._404._ FOR SALE, Ford Engine, fitted for boat, good run-

ning order, dual ignition, pump, etc.,'cheap, £1*_80_ Moeks-road_._ Marrickville._ YACHTS' Launches for Sale, slipped, repaired, ré _painted, overhauled, etc Bedford, Neutral Bay. LAUNCHES FOR SALE, to seat up to 100; Standard

ENGINES, also small Launches, from £40.

CHARLES MESSENGER, Riishcutter Bay.

MOTOR LAUNCH, , deck, 10.6, 3-h.p., 4-cycle eng.,

H.T. mag., any trlaL__£45. 10 Luughlin-st, Roi.

ITMSHERMAN'S 10ft BOAT, 2 Nets. Le'sT Lawrence,

Boatshed, Mosman._ LAUNCH 1 OU "SALE, 21 x 6ft Oin, fully metalled,

4-5 h.p. Engine, Ger. marine mag., Scheb. carb., rev. gear, cushions, gear, £00. Apply JON¿S, Etta long Wharf, Woy Woy; or 'Phone, U0437,_ ENGINE, 20-h.p., good running order, Magneto,

£26/10/; Clutch, £0/15/; Self-starter and Igni- tion Set. £17/10/; brand new. LARSEN, Kenil worth, Simmons-it, Baltnnln. _'Phone, L1723._ HALF-CABIN Launch, 10ft, 4-cyl. eng.,"' in perfect

order, cheap. Walketja_ shell. Leichhardt_ LAUNCH, Stift, 12-h.pr," Ünlou Eng., peri, order,

must sell, £140, otter. Thomas, Kog. 1431._ BOATS, itowin>, Kauri, cheap, all siaea. Whit«

mid Co.,_bldre., Uraiton-st, Balmain.__W13b0.

ENG.. lO-li.p." twin, heavy duty,"mag., carb., coropl.

Williamson, King-Talbot 6U. St Peters. L2271.

ENGINE, 10-12 Star, twin cyL, mag. carb., pump,

_suit boat,_£]5. Myee, Llovvellyn-et, Rhodes.

TJX)R SALE,' now'24It AUX.', also ne"w SKIFFS and .C Motor SkifTs. flrst-cl. jobs, cheap. A¥. LIGHT, 08_Yeo^street._Neiitral Bay, next Fire Station.

~ "ÍCELY-l'MTTED'"Ca*iñping LAUNCH, electrically fit

ted, no reasonable otter refused. Apply

1_WILLIAMS' BOATSHED, Sans SoucL

CALE, LAUNCHES, all descriptions. Muignnnon'i K3 Boatshed, Mosman. Y 197.1. _

N-:

SALE, IBS tuns 1001b Hails, Fishplates, Bolts, »nd

Spikes, equal new. Jcnklnsuii, 1 Dukc-pl.. Balm SALE, qty. Kapok Lifebelts, clean and new, 5/ each,

»ko Crab Winch, D.P., lCcwt lift, wire and han dies, JENKINSON, 1 Duke-plnou. Balmain._

LAItliE Stocks ol lleven-* Ueurt, reiluceJ price*.

_Hall Bro«., Ltd., 73 George-st, Sydney._ MAONETOS, larg» slocks, alt kind«, keen prlcitT

Hall Bro«..' Ltd., 73 George-st North, near Quay.

PROPELLERS, large as-ortment, very "Wdirste

prices._Hall Bros., Ltd., 72 Geo.-sl Nth., nr. Quay.

WANTED, Decn-kcel BOAT, Yacht or Yawl rigged, _ auxiliary engine. 17 Parkvle'v-rd, Manly._ WANTED, CARVEL LAUNCH HULL, abt. Sift x 7ft,

ault for net fishing, »ballow draught. Full par- ticulars and_prlce to 7 Hcnry-st, Merewether._

"ANTED, DINGHY, 7 to 0 ft., good ord'er. Apply

46 Macdougall-*!, Mllson's Point _ _ _

NTED, (-.ravel PUNT, cheap, capacity 10 to 20 tons. C. Fisher, Upper Bankstown._ ANTjil) to PURCHASE, one'or more PORTABLE

HU.iSE BOXES.

LANGLEY BROS.' STEAMSHIP CO.,

_Market-street, Sydney.

w w TC w w

'ANTED, e.-ii., J or 4 h.p. Marine Engine, 2 or 4

cycle, cheap. Prcstage. Rozelle, W1002.

ANTED, 1 or î 16ft Rowing Boato. Price and

prs. to Reid, 8 Fiodhert-st, Leichhardt.

GOVEENMENT WSM BÂIIWA7I

TITOOREFIELD RACES.

JJA TO-DAY, SATURDAY, 0th JUNE,

SPECIAL TRAINS will leave Sydney for Kogarah at 10.50 a.m. (honks), 11 a.m., 11.20 a.m., 11.47 a.tu., 11.55 a.m., 12.8 p.m., 12.16 p.m., mu! 12.28 p.m.

Season Tickets not available by Special Trains.

Til« 6.8 p.m. Hurstville to Sydney will NOT run.

AV. J. MOBRlS^Becretary^ (631)_

HOAD TRANSPORT, TRIPS, & HIRE

DAY'S CADILLAC CARS

Leave 'Government Tourist Bureau 10 a.m.

EVERY DAY. EVERY DAY. EVERY DAY. EVERY DAY.

Bonk at

N.S.W. GOVERNMENT TOURIST BUREAU,

Challis House. Sydney. Tel., City 4045.

L Day. Proprietor._Tel.. Rand, ¡Hil.

ULLI PASS, . * BULLI PASS. ULLI P<>88, BULLI PASS,

ALLEN'S LUXURIOUS CADILLAC CARS

.LEAVE EVERY DAY

RETURNING VIA NATIONAL PARK AND LADY

CAHRINGTON'S DRIVE.

SEATS MUST BE BOOKED IN ADA'ANOE WITH

THOS. COOK and SONS, ' Challis House,

, 'PIIOSE, CTTY.COU.

.. or

ALLEN'S GARAGE, 161 Castlcreagh-street.

'PHONES. CITY 4028-4.__.

B B

ULLI PASS, ULU PASS,

Car» Leavo for Bulli Pass and National Park

on SUNDAY, at 0.80 A.M.

FARE, 22/0. Book at

THE N.S.W. TRAVEL AGENCY AND MOTOR TOURIST

.BUREAU,

HA Martin-place (Mercantile Muttutl-bldg.),

'Phones: City 4034. Randwick S8S.___ MOTOR LORRIES.-Wanted Work for 2 Motor Lor-

ries, one SOcwt, one 3-ton. Sawn timber, bricks, or any class of carting; no work rejected, or nny dls tnnce too long.__'_1028. Herald.

MOTOR LOKUY.'-wltli parcel delivery to East Sydney,

Nth. Ilurnsbyi' Purramatta, wishes further engage. ments. Owner driver._Apply 700. Herald Quice.

(SYDNEY to KATOOMBA, Weekly. Kural turo and IO 'Luggage Reinov., Storer. Marshalls, T" Edg. 1602. T7AOK Express Delivery and Efficient Service, ring

1 Lee Transport Co. (C. lpJWl.lTO^GTarence^t. city

OTOH LORRY.-W^rlc wanted for new 3-ton, Daily

or Weekly. Ring Randwick 1847.

W3'

M

OTOR IX)itUY.-Contract Work wanted for new 3 *.' ton Motor Lorry, dry, run prcf. Ring Y2812.

I7AÖRD L01IKY. wanted, Work for, new, weekly or

? contract J. Clay, Murlowc-st, Campsie._ PIVE-SEATER CAR, wanted,' Work for. Motor, _' News Agency, K11 bro,_? _

ANTED to Hilo, S.S. FORD, w ithout driver, 8 days. Parties..-83 Uninn-st- Dulwich Hill._

w

AMUSEMENTS. Ql

In consequence of the Town Hall being otherwise engaged there will be NO PERFORMANCES OF SHEBA ON MONDAY NEXT, JUNE 11th.

Season will ho continued on

TUESDAY NEXT, AT MATINEE, 2.30,

TUESDAY NEXT, AT MATINEE, 2.S0, .

and. continued thereafter for

« MORE MATINEES. 0 MORE NIGHTS.

BOOK. AT NICHOLSON'S, AUSTRALIA, HILLIER'!

QUEEN OF SHEBA.

ENTHUSIASTIC 0II0AVD3 UESIEUE THE TOAVN HALL AT EACH PERFORMANCE, -DEMONSTRATING BEYOND ALL QUESTION THAT THIS WONDERFUL .SCREEN PLAY AND GORGEOUS EGYPTIAN PRE- SENTATION AND PRODUCTION IS THE GREATEST EA'ER PRODUCED IS AUSTRALIA.

QUEEN OF SHEBA.- TOWN HALL, QUEEN OF SHEBA. TOWN HALL. QUEEN OF'. SHEBA. ' TOWN HALL. QUEEN OF SHEBA. -

QUEEN Ol' SHEBA. TO-DAY. AT 2.80. QUEEN OF SHEBA. TO-DAY, AT 2.80. QUEEN OF SHEBA. . -

QUEEN OF SHEBA. TO-NIGHT. AT S. QUEEN OF SHEBA. TO-NIGHT, AT S. QUEEN OF 'SHEBA. - QUEEN OF SHEBA. Hocollcct-Otilv

QUEEN OF SHEBA. 6 MORE MATINEES.

lil'-EN OF SHF.HA. ' -

QUEEN OF SHEBA. 6 MORE NIGHTS.

" 'SHEBA' IS THE PINNACLE 01? MOTION PICTURE ART."-Morning Herald.

"A WONDERFUL FILM PROLOGUE-A REVELVriON IN PICTURE PRESENTATION." -Dally Telegraph. ?

"TUB PROLOGUE. OF EGYPTIAN ATMOS-

PHERE MARKS A NEW ERA IN THE PRESEN- - TATION OF MOTION PICTURES WITH ITS HAUNTING MUSICAL SETTING."-Herald.

- GORGEOUS EGYPTIAN PROT OOUE.

IN NOVEL MUSICAL SETTING.

GRAND CORPS DE BALLET-10 TRAINED DANCERS.

CAPITOL SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA.

PRICES, 3/, 2/, and 1/, plus tax.

Plans Nicholson's; Australia, and nullera. , PLANS/AT NICHOLSON'S UNTIL NOON TO-DAY (SATURDAY). THEREAFTER AT TOWN HALL. ]

Matinee Patrons enter Town Hall through Druitt

street entrance._

rWNSERVATORTUM _ HALL.

SATURDAY, JUNE Î3, AT 8 P.M.

EDITH IIARItHY, EDITH IIARHIIY.

. The Eminent Welsh Pianist-Composer.

Recital of Stings «nd Instrumental Pieces

BY EDITH IIARRHY.

Artist« assisting: Madame Emily Marks, Miss Anlt» I Roma, Miss rhyllls Hare!, Miss Rene Rich, Mr. W11-] Ham UaUison, and Mr. Charles Smyth«.

CONSERVATORIUM HALL,

SATURDAY, JUNE 23, AT 8 P.M.

Plau opens ut Paling's this morning.

Prices, 6/ (Reserved) ami 3/ (plus Ui).

_Concert Management J. E. BROWNLOW.

CONSERVATORIUM" ~ "HALL"

' NEXT WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13th, AT 8 P.M.

NEXT WEDNESDAY. JUNE 13th. AT 8 P.M.

CHAMBER MUSIC CONCERTS. CHAMBER MUSIC CONCERTS. CHAMBER MUSIC CONCERTS,

by

Miss JENNY CULLEN, Mr. DAVID E. NICHOLS,

?ltd Mr. JAMES MlvSSE.AS

(Members of the VEltllltlHIOllEN QUARTET).

FINAL CONCERTS prior to Departure tor America.

And

Mr. HENRY PENN.

Programm«:-Pianoforte Quartet in E Flat (Mozart); Pianoforte Trio In II Flat (Schubert).

Reserved 8/, Unreserved 2/. Plan and Programme« I ?t NIOHOLSON'S. ' ._____NL L. Salmon, Registrar.

CONSERVATORIUM ? ffAljL I

TO-NIGHT, at 8 o'clock, TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT, at 8 o'clock, TO-NIGHT.

OPERATIC CONCERT.

Slgnor RIgnorn

GUIDO CACIALLI «nd TÉLESE CACIALLI. I OU1DO CACIALLI and TÉLESE CACIALLI.

First Appearance of Slgnora Caciaili In Australia.

Assisted by Misses M. Skill, J. Barnctrnn, B. Solo mons, Mesjrs. II. J. Morphcw. R. II. Swallow, M. Brien. R. Oxford, O. Q. Williams, C. Hoskin?.

Quartets from "I Puritana." "Riirolctto," Duo from "Li Boheme," Arias from "Emnni," "La Tosco," "La Gioconda," "Barber of Seville," "Faust," ".Madame Butterfly," ."La, Sonámbula," "La Búheme," and "Don Pasquele." Accompanlete- Miss GWYN ALDIS.

Reserved, 87 j Unrcs., 8/ (plus tax). Plan at NIC HStKON'9, r. W. Pentecost, Manager.

AMÜSEMENTS.

J i ÏÏ. VlLLIAMßOH. LIMITED. .. _. . .y'-oay'« Chief Theatre«.

Managüat Director«: G. Tailla, E. J. Tait, a M«m«ll.

Her Majesty'« and ^Theatr« itoyal nightly at 7.45; Criterion nightly at 8.

HE

ÎSrd STUPENDOUS WEEK.

LAST WEEKS. LAST WEEK«, LAST WEEKS. LAST WSEKS.

of

Th« Sensation of the Nation.

"SALLY." "SALLY." "SALLY."

with

The Darling of the Stage,

J0S1E MELVILLE. JOSIE MELYTLLI,

(Australia'« Mary Pickford).

with

Georg« Lane. George Gee, George Baker, Gracie Laren,

Gaston Merv ale, Hugh Stevne.

PLW at Paling'« until Noon, afterward« Theatre. Day Sale« at Callose's, nest to Theatre.

(R1TERION THLATKE.

MATINEE. TO-DAY, AT 2.

6th Capacity Week. It ia a Spine-freezer.

But Laughter follows quick upon the thrill«.

"THE CAT AND THE CANARY." "THE CAT AND THE CANARY." "THE CAT AND THE CANARY."

To permit of the First Appearanc»

in Sydney of Gertrude Elliott

(Laily Forbes Robertson), on JUNE 23.

Plans at Paling's till Noon. Day Siles at Spcnceley*«.'

fjSHEATHK KO-AL'.

NIGHTLY AT 7.45.

MATINEE TO-DAY AT S.

Owing to the enormous «recese

of

"CHU CHIN CHOW," with OSCAR ASCHE. "CHU CHIN CHOW." with OSCAR ASCHE. "CHU CHIN CHOW," with OSCVR ASOHE.

The Firm has had to arrange with th« World-famed Author-Actor and Producer

for

AN EXTENSION OF THE SEASON. AN EXTENSION OF THE SEASON.

Thla decision, which will be hailed with appreciation by Sydney playgoers so eager of witnessing Mr. A6che in the greatest of his triumphs, necessarily compels a temporary Postponement of "HIE PEEP SHOW" opening.

PLANS AT PALING'S till Noon. Day Sales at Hill'« Inert Theatre). NO INCREASE IN PRICES. R.S. and D.O., Week Nights, 8/8, Stall« 6/5, Balcony Saturday Nights at usual._

Miss GERTRUDE ELLK

ISS GERTRUDE ELLK

(Lady Foibes-Robortvon),

and her

Complete English Dramatic Company,

in

"WOMAN TO WOMAN," "WOMAN TO WOMAN,"

a play that illustrate« the Goodness of a Bad Woman,

and the Badness of a Good Woman.

CRITERION THEATRB,

Commencing

SATURDAY. JUNE Î8.

?Application» for preferential booking» now being received. Plan« at Paling's on Monday. June l8.

MISS GERTRUDE ELLIOTT,

ISS GERTRUDE ELLIOTT, one of th« most notable dramatlo star» the Australian stage haa ever known. The newspapers always praise her, plavgoera alwaya crowd to see her. The London "Morning Post" recently aald of her, when referring to her departure: "England's loss Is Aurtralia's gain. The people of the Commonwealth will see the Art of Acting at Ita Highest Perfection."_ WOMAN TO" WOMAN , OMAN TO WOMAN IS a play that appeals to every man and woman. It is not a problem play. It is an emotional drama, of powerful human interest presenting a phase of life that interests everyone, for it is real life. It holds you ten«» and enthral* from beginning to end. And

will ba brilliantly acted.

mo

MORROW NIGHT.

HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE.

PROFESSIONAL MUSICIANS' BAND.

ASSISTING ARTISTS:

MISS RENE RICH (ViollniBt).

MISS PUYLLIS HAZEL (Contralto).

PALACE THEATRE.

Lessees . J. and N. Tait.

EVERY EVENING AT 8.

MATINEiJ, lO-DAV (SATURDAY), AT 2, MATINEE, TO-DAY (SATURDAY), AT 2.

Matinées nl60 Every Wednesday and Saturday.

A Merry-go-Round of Pleasure.

By Anangement with J. 0. Williamson, Ltd.

LEE WHITE in "BACK AOALSV LUE WHITE In "BACK AGAIN," LEE WHi fE in "BACK AGAIN," LEE Wlll-K In "BACK AGAIN,"

Tile World-famous Revue Idol In association with CLAY SM1TÜ in an unusual and diverting Merry

Musical Cocktail.

GlRLS-i,OW.\£i ANlJ GAIETY.

A melodious medley of jokes, jests, and Jingle*, Snappy Sketches, Bright Burlesque, Lovely Hallets, Quaint Frocks, Catchy Songs, and Unexpected Shafts of Wit and tumour to Lighten the l.ur ten or Living.

LAST WEEKS. LAST WEEKS.

The Last Weeks of LEE WHITE in "BACK AGAIN" must soon be announced. 'Hie contractor engaged to rebuild the I'abicc aro waiting on the doorstep for Lee White to conclude her season. She cannot go on In- definitely, so that you must hasten if you want to tee tlio merriest show in town.

THIS AFTERNOON

Lee White will accede to numerous requests and in- troduce son« old favourites, including "When the Company is Gone," "Sahara Rose," together with many

new numbers.

THIS AFTERNOON ERNEST SEFTON

will be wlHi us at the Palace. He is Violet

Lorraine's brother, and a comedian Sydney w11!

welcome with open arma,

ADDITIONAL FEATURES '10-DAY. SARANOVA, SARANOVA, A channing young English Dancer.

HECTOR ST. CLAIR, BILLIE LOCKWOOD,

MAE BAIRD, ARCHIE THOMPSON,

DOROTHY l'URDËLL, LUCIEN BUCK,

will all have 6omelhing new on Saturday, too

PRICE'S: R.S. and D.C., 0/; Stalls, 4/; Tarir Gallery. 2/0; Late Gallery, 1/0. "Saturday: R.S., 7/0; Stalls, 6,'; Gallery as on week night«. Plan at Nicholson's until 12; then White Itwe._

nYHIL MONK, _ CYRIL, MONK.

SYDNEY'S LEADING VIOLINIST

will lurihcr demonstrate the Clorious Tonal

Quality of

MANDY SOLO VIOLINS.

Hear these Magnificent Instruments.

CONSERVATORIUM HALL, MONDAY, JUNE 11, 8 P.M.

Assisted by Henry Penn, Piano; Miss Leonore Cotüch,

Vocalbt; Mrs, Cyril Monk, Accompanist.

Plan at NlchoUon's. Prlcea: Reserved, .5/ and 8/; 2/ at door, _

T. JAMES'S HALL, PHILL1P-ST.

MONI"'" ". " A VOCA .

Irr aid of the T.B. Soldiers' Fund, will be give, by

the Pupila of Miss LENA GOOCH.

Tickets, 2/ (plus bix)._Pinn at Nicholson's.

B.S.V.O.A. "JUBILEE ART UNION CONCERT,

i . KING'S HALL.

NEXT iitiDAY, JUNE 15,

AT â P.M.

LEADING ARTISTS:

Mrs. H. B. ALLARD, Miss 1)E CAIROS REGÓ, Mim SCITEIDEL, Mr. and Mrs. CYRIL MONK, MAJOR DONALD SMITH'S OCTETTE PA11TY.

DRAWING OF ART UNION AT CLOSE

OF CONCERT.

ADMISSION BY ART UNION TICKET-TEAR OFF.

OR ONE SIHLLLNG.

RESERVED SEATS (I'lar.s at 1LS.P.C.A. OiBce),

1/ JiXTRA.

GEO.. B. DUFF,

_;_Sec., R.S.P.O.A.,

TVO-NlGli'l. 'iO-.MUHT. -L CALEDONIAN SOCIETY OF SYDNEY.

POPULAR MONTHLY CONCERT.

. ST. JAMES'S HALL, Phillip-st (top King-st),

commencing at 8 p.m. prompt.

THE SONGS OF SCOTLAND. Assisting Artists:

Misses L. Udbrooke Jamieson, Amy Ostinga, Ethel Lang, Florence McEacheni; Metsrs. Malcolm Hanna, T. Mel. Booker, Brunton Gibb; pupils of J. G. Alcorn, Sydney Thistle Pipe Band.

Admission! 1/ (plua tav) to all part«.

_ '_Hon. Sec., P. C. CLARK.

TTD7P0DR0ME. _

Commencing NEXT SATURDAY, June 1«,

THORPE McCONVlLLE'S

Famous Show,

WILD AUSTRALIA. ?__-,.,. », i WILD AUSTRALIA. Tho Greatest Aggregation of WILD AUSTRALIA. Wild Horses and Rough WILD AUSTRALIA. Rider« ever assembled In WILD AUSTRALIA. Australia, headed by WILD AUSTRALIA. «YOUNO WARRIGAL,"

WILD AUSTRALIA. The Famous Horse which baa WILD AUSTRALIA. Never been Ridden. WILD AUSTRALIA. *10

WILD AITSTRAL'A. to anyone »ho can sit him WILD AUSTRALIA- One Minute In a Hunting WILD AUSTRALIA. Saddle. WILD AUSTRALIA.

100 Head Wild Hone«, Donkey«, Mnlca, Bucking Bullocks, Champion Rider«, Lady Buckjump Rider, Sharpshooters, Lassoocrs, Ropers, Whlpcracker», Weapor Experts, Clowns, etc.

S"

PRIZE MONEY,

NOTE.-Th« sam« «how which drew Immena« house«

at Hyde Park 2i year« ago.

.WTLD AUSTRALIA" will shortly le«v«'for England, to arrive simultaneously with th« opening of the British Empire Exhibition.

PRICES, 2/. 8/, 4/. 6/ (plua tax).

Boaklner at Nicholson'»._ B'ELLEVUE TENNIS COURTS.

Victoria-road, Bellevue Hill

(almost at Intersection of Victoria and Be'lrvue roads). TENNIS. Six Courts for Public Hire. Electrically lit TENNIS, throughout for night play. Every romfurl TENNIS, and convenience offered. Special facllltlr« TENNIS, for Tennis Teas. School Pupils at reduce1 TENNIS, rate«. Tennis de Luxe. An Ideal position TENNIS, under delightful condition«.

ABBOTT and EAGAR, Managing Agents,

'Phone. B1722. 11 Castlereagh-street. MR. F. KOWAT CARTER

begs to notify that he baa removed his VIOLIN STUDIO to 1CSA George-street (near Circular Quay). I

IrOüTGÖMBRY STUART, for Slngln-. Elocution, and

- Publia Speaking. Studio, SOS ElUabeth-at, nea/ I Uverpoolat City 882».

M*

_AMUSEMENTS.

GRp!iJ> , OPERA HOUSE

Ptopri,-toÊvERY--ÉvËNi^.a^ee.Mwlowe

îttïr»f& ÏS*RAX (SATURDAY), AT Î.SO.

M£TJWEEÎ.T0*DAY (SATURDAY). AT 2.80.* »i»A{- 5 7T-!>!EE' NEXT WEDNESDAY. I {vii* î -MJNEK' NK-XT WEDNESDAY. FINAL MATINEE, NEXT WEDNESDAY.

. T A LATJG'>INQ TRIUMPH.

lu*t r..ti i" y }bn ,,l!>s «** Sydney Laughing.

RuM-l'L,'^,^}" Grants production of Steele Kudd« intensely funny new Australian Farcical

Coraçily

friS£> <ïî SíXf- '.GRAN'DAD RUDD." LAS? s Y nîv« "ORAX'DAD RUDD." r slî C1? RAY.£- "GRAN'DAD RUDD." Thl V,,n "¿AY?,' "Oll.AN'DAD RUDD.'' An PAÎ ¿f,î!,,Ift0S:?.wn t"veni>' >'""< »'der.

A. .ti EA' ' W IOLESOME, AND HUMAN PLAY.

from rî«C?"BM kSp,,in,f «".'tant stat« of laughter rftVJî? rk"'î "?"''.'»I Of the curtain. It is the ddlVhtlîî nlA" t"' *u',,ni<'",- Homeliest, and the mest day. Sydney has seen for many ? lou« VERA n^n^if-JS? AS ORAN'DAD RUDD.

?nMí,E¿,A,V5rEN.M1Llt0Y' KliKU MCDONALD. Prt~í. i. o ,'.BIn ' a"d " Cast °f Favourites.

nTw^!i-?,S-.4/' DX'- *'. staII,i */. Gallery. 1/. Pref. after I^iL0,'^ 'ii1 at M*-*»!«»»*« until 12 there: after Interval Sweet Shop, next ThcniT city 1085.

TfULLEU'S-VÉW-TllEWlI A- Direction: Sir Benjamin Fuller and Mr. '

SAï!v£:EJ EVERY AFTERNOON. 2.30. MATINEES EVERY AFTERNOON 2.S0

NIGHTLY. AT 8.

AN »AHiï,1?,0, PROGRAMME OF NOVELTIES.

AUSTRALIA'S ANSWER TO AMERICA. »."., Jown Tnlk Everywhere.

H5S gH,T 's Ii0YAL JAZZ BAND. vWSS SMITH'S ROA-AL JAZZ BAND. T-ÎSS SMITH'S ROA-AL JAZZ RAND. «HTIÍI«N S5JIÎH''1 KOYAL J-^-Z "--»ND

TiiSt«&V^áactiy-!' Speetaculsr Syncopation. - u.TPE BONDER CHILD OF VAUDEVILLE.

Mimlci-y LITTLE LORNA. Mimicry. IIW_I ¥ *?""' Realistic Impartonations of

Balsr Jerome. Sam Stern, and other Stage Celebrities.

".- LL°VD and RAYMOND.

2v£E- WINTER'S PERFUMING DOGS. CAPT. AVINTER'S PERFUMING DOGS. A _ A,ND TE LAUGH OF A LIFETIME.

0,Ä?n0t.!iSr 9,trls and Glittering Gaiety.

ÏYSS A-NI> SHERON REVUE CO. WARD AND SHERMAN REVUE CO. in » Merry Whirl of Fun and Folly.

SOCIAL CLIMBERS, SOCIAL CLIMBERS, SOCIAL CLIMBERS,

SOCIAL CLIMBERS. ' I * .>. . A ^rt""1 Splash In Society.

PI.« :lTeÄJl0 ,ree. ".st .(Jurinc; Jazi Bmi fca«°n piSB_ *t Theatre and Hotel AiKtrnlla._ QKI0N I'.CTURE THEATRES.

I . Direction: UNION THEATRES. LTD.

Managing Directors: Edwin Ccaeh W. A. Gibson.

Stuart F. Dovle.

CRA'STAL PALACE (George-st, near Bathurst-st).

if."î.^eek "' CHAHLIK CHAPLIN* in "PAY DAY;" MADGE BELLAMY In "LORNA DOONE." Addi Monal this week, BETTY BLITHE in "THE DARIdNQ OF THE RIOH."

0:COwfi.<0ÍSr*e"SÍr ?pp- °- V- Buildings), "Ia the

Avbite Way Block."

! SSÎ?'ïfnî.1,",r ^"y ,or ?"> extended «eaaon, MAR | ION DAVIES In "WHEN KNIGHTHOOD WAS IN

- FLOWER." A Puramount Picture. Atmospheric

Introduction. Miss Claire Gooley slnginv; "Prince Charming," in wonderful setting, «t afternoon and .vening »essloM. Popular price«.

¡ (Pitt-rt). fGeorge-st. near Hillway).

_-_"Tile Blg-est Show in Town."

HOPE HAMPTON and IX)N OIUNEY In "THE LIGHT IN THE DARK;" Doris Blay in "Tile FoolUh Age," Musical Divertissement at Lyceum onlv. "The Savoy Singers," male harmony quartette. At Lvric only, DEITY BLYTHE In "TÍ1E DARLING OF THE

rucn."

STRAND (Pltt-st. opp. Farmer*«).

A Paramount Programme. JACK HOLT «n "NO- BODY'S MONEY;" MAY MACA VOY in "MORALS,"

RIALTO and EMPRESS

(Pitt-st, near Lyceum). (George-st, near Llverpool-st).

NORMA TALMADGE in "SMIT.IN' THROUGH;" i . Jane Novak in "Bello of Alaska."

MAJESTIO vLiverpool-street. opp. Hyde Park).

Kenneth Harlan nnd Edith Roberts in "THORNS AND ORANGE BLOSSOMS." AVilllam Russell in "Good-bye Girls:" 7th. Chapter of "Buffalo Bill." KING'S CROPS (top of AViUlam-strect).

Special Children's Matinee this afternoon at 2.30. Programme includcB 6th Chapter of "Buffalo Bill." To-nti-ht. at 8, MABEL NORMAND in "SUZANNAi" Carmel Mvcrs in "The Danger Point."

WEST'S OLYMPIA- (Oslord-strect. Darlinghurst).

Matinee this afternoon at 2.30. Programme in- cludes 7th Chanter of "Buffalo Bill." To-nl'rht, at 8. N.AZIMOVA In "SALOME;" Mrs. RODOLPH VALENTINO in "TUB WOMAN IN CHAINS."

Monster Free Matinee, Town Hall, Monday.

Jackie Coogan, in "Oliver Twist."

_ T!-y and read "The Photoplayer."

'RAND 'OPERA HOUSE.

PERMISSIÓN-B. and J. FULLER.

SUNDAY EVENING, AT 8.

REDFERN MUNICIPAL BAND.

Assisted by

Miss K«sle Peerless. Mr. N. J. Gedhe. Mr.. Ernest Archer. Mr. AV. Lahey.

And Eastern Suburbs* United linnd.

ETROPOLITÁN " BAND CONCERT. TOWN HALL, TO-MORROW, SUNDAY, at 8.

Selections. THE BAND. Vocalists . ELSIE PEERLESS.

ERNEST ARCHER.

A'lolln . ETHEL HOLDEN.

Piano . N. J. GEI1DE.

Conductor . JOHN PALMER.

_ADMISSION FREE._?

RCUESTRAL CONCERT.

SATURDAY, 10th JUNE, AT 8 P.M.

ORPIIEUM AMATEUR ORCHESTRAL SOCIETY'.

Hon. Conductor: Mr. John A. Travers.

(Filly Performers.)

CONSERVATORIUM HALL.

Special Engagements of Madame Emily Mark« (So- prano), direct from successful! Europ-nn and American seasons. Mr. It. J. Morphw, Tenor.

Reserved Scats, 3/3; Unreserved Seats, 2/2, including tax and booking fee. Pinn at Pa1 lug's.

JYOKEY

Gc M O

66th CONCERT will b«. held at Conservatorium Hall, Botanic Gardens, on THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 14, 1023, at 8 P.m. Unaccompanied Clin-nl Singing by Choir.

Assisting Artists: Madame Emily Marks (Soprano); Mr. David E. N.col« (Violai, Farewell Aipearance; Mr. James Messeas CCo'lo), Farewell Anneorance; Sir. Henry Penn (Piano); Miss Mnrsnret Chambers (Accomninlct).

Tickets: R"«ervwl 4/, Unreserved 2/0, Plan at Paling's.

Tt W »,,TT1T1 TT_C_,_ T,_.»ft, V» Ii n

Ä

E. R. BUBB, TTon, Secretary, Box 1161, Ti,P.O. USTRALIAN JOCKEY

AVARWICK FARM RACES.

SATURDAY, JUNE 30th, 1023.

THE FLYING WELTER. 250 sovs. added. Lowest han-

dicap weight, 7st 71b. SIX FURLONGS.

THE LIVERPOOL HANDICAP. 260 sovs. added. Low-

est handicap, weight, 7st. ONE MILE AND 22

YARDS.

260 sovs. added. SIX i

THE WARAVICK HANDICAP. 300 sovs. added. Low-

est handicap weight, 7st. ONE MILE AND 3 FUR-

LONGS.

THE FARM STAKES, 250 sovs. added. For thrce-ycars-old

and upwards that have nut won a race on the flat (Malden Raceii exceptai') of 100 sovs. in value at the time of starting. Lowest handicap weight, 7st.

ONE MILE AND 22 YARDS.

ENTRIES CLOSE at 4 o'clock p.m. on MONDAY, 18th

JUNE, 1023.

AVEIGHTS to be declared at 0.30 a.m. on TUESDAY,

26tb JUNE.

One Sovereign First Forfeit must accompany each

Entry.

O. W. CROPPER,

Secretary.

* Bllgb-street, Sydney.

THE MUSICAL. THEATRICAL, and PICTURE SHOW

COLUMNS of the

"SYDNEY M*iL" are real criticism.

KING'S HALL, KING'S HALL,

v MONDAY AND TUESDAY NEXT/AT 8.15.

SONG RECITAL BY

WALTER KIKBY.

THE EMINENT TENOR.

Assisted by Miss MINA ROMA, (Dramatic Soprano), Miss JOYCE COLLINS (Violinist), and Hem.

VERN BARNETT and HENRY PENN.

MR. KIRBY WILL SINO:

Dolorosa, She is Far from the Land, Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal, Prison Song (Tosía),

Aria Fedora, ^I11T11","',. _ ... , " "

Bell« of Shandon, and Ben Bolt, and other favourite Song«. Miss ROMA and Mr. KIRBY will also render dueU, La Boheme, Cavalcria Rusticana, «to.

WATCH MONDAY'S TAPERS KOR TUESDAY'S PROGRAMME.

FRirES: 7/6, 5/, S/, and 2/. Special concessions to Students, Convent«, and Colleges. Box Plan

at Nicholson's.

SUNDAY TOURIST TRIP.

LEAÍ ES FORT MACQUARIE S P.M.

Viewing »ome of the Finest Harbour Sceiery, including Middle Harbour. I INSTRUMENTAL QUARTETTE BY MI MBERS OF STATE ORCHESTRA,

ADULTS, 1/6; CHILDREN, /6.

SUNDAY EVENING CRl'ISE TO B'.LMORAL.

No. 4 JETTY, CIRCULAR QUAY. 8.10 P.M.

INSTRUMENTAL QUARTET BY MKMBLH8 OF THE 6TATE ORCHESTRA.

Betumlnt about 0.45 pur. FARE, 9d RETURN. _SYDNEY FERRIES. LIMITED._

SOCCER. SOCCER, SOCCER.

TO-DAY, ON WENTWORTH OVAL.

AT 3.15 P.M.. BALMAIN GLADSTONE v PYRMONT. 1.45 P.M.. CANTERBURY v PYRMONT R WORKS, v ON NO 2 OVAL. SYDNEY CRICKET CROUND. AT 8.15 P.M., PYRMONT RANGERS v SYDNEY.

1.45 P.M., GARDEN ISLAND T EASTERN SUBURBS.

G. K. MARTIN, lion. Secretary,

Metropolitan Soccer Football Aasoclatiom.

AMUSEMENTS

ICK4.RDS nVÔI I THEATRE

Lessees Harry Rickards Tivoli Theatre» Ltd.

Sole Direc. Musgrove s Theitrea Ltd MUSGROVE CFLFBRITI \ ALDrVILLE

TWICE Dill) AT _3C AND S

EVERY A! TERNOON FVCRY FV EMNG Another Musgrove Vaudeville lun Feast

THIS ArTlRSOON

Reappearance in Vustralie. after

three v ears abroa 1 of Mr

CLIMFNT M\Y CI1 Ml NT M VI

in hi« now IV orld famed In personation«.

A NEWER AND LILS MORF HILVRIOUS MUSICAL

6TFEPLECH \SF,

by th« Master of Musical Mirth-the Jilting

HERSCHLl HINLFRE. HFROCIIIL HI M > Iib. HFRSOI1FI HI NITRE IIERSUILL HI NLERC

Rollicking (,e ns of li elody Hilarious hippenings at the piano tv er} one who has e\er hld a tiaro or 1 opes to must not n Iss the unique Hen -the ord} li Ing brother of Dr Hoko

THRILLS-THE I 4.LL MAI LS-LAUOHS

A Won 1er Act of Asto nlirg Events.

NONSENSE-I LO) D and MONT ROS! -DANCUvO

The Big Du le an I the Hlrtv Doll

MELODY Dr*lT and CtSEV MUSIC Nessie Bett and KaU Cnsev in Chorusy Songa.

AUDltl \ KNIGHT AUDRD KNIGHT AUDRFV KNIGHT

on« of the most 1 opular Co edlennea w«

have had in Vustralla.

Positively Last Week in Australia of

DU ID POOIF

DAVID POOII and JOHNNY GREEN DAVID POOLT and JOHNNY GRFFN DAVID POOLL and JOHNNY GRE1N

in another new Laughing Lesson

Muaical Director . Will QuintreU. Bat, Matinee, 1/ S/ 3/ 4/ 8/ Children Half

Plan at Nicholson a. Tivoli Golden Gate (next TI eatre) and Australia. Phone City 84_

ARE YOU COMIXG TO TTTF

BUSHLAND FESTIVAL»

SYDNEY TOWN HALL,

FRIDAY, JUNE US.

To be opened by

HER EXCELLFNCY LADY FORSTER,

AT S P M.

AUSTRALIAN GUNYAH1' BUSH FLOWER

COSTUMES QUAINT STALLS.

-ATURDA! JUNE l8.

To be opone I bv

KISS JFA\ CURLEWIS

AT 3 PM

CHILDREN S TEA PARTI BUSH SONGS MARCH OF

TUL NVTIONS

DOORS OPEN 2.30 PM. SLSslONS E\CH EVENING

PROCrFDS IN AID GEVTRAI FUND YWCA

J^OOREIIELD _ RACES

THIS DAY SATURDAY,

JUNE 8th. 1923

10 RACES 10 RACES.

JTRST RACE 12 «5 LAST RACE 4 4a SPECIAL TRAIN for HORSES at 10 50 a.ra.

ll«f^/A2ToRJ¡^IM U tt -- UW

ORDINARY PASSENGER TRAINS IN ADDITION

3 LAMROCK

W Castlereagh street. SeCret"7

JLTLNSINGTON R YOES

TODAY SVTURDAY TO D VI

FIRST R\OL 12.30

SPEOIVL TRAMS DIItLOT TO RVCI COURSE GATES

J UNDERHIIL

Secretary

^[IHE STADIUM

Direction , . JACh. MUNRO

TONIGHT Al 8 30 TO NK1H1

GRVND LNTERblVTE DOUBLE BILL,

VICTORIA v NSW

GEORQL WHITF (Vic) T JVGK FINNEY (NSW) Jimmy Rvan (NSW) v Ben Martin (Vic)

Preliminaries At 7 45 Dick Tlsmorc v V ince Bruce i rds It 8 Stan Thurbon v Gilbert Ball, 10 rds.

PRICES 20/ (ringside chairs), 10/ (ring enclosure) 5/, and J/

Book at Proudf rd s 00A Castlereagh street notel Vustralla Lastvvay a 830 George street or Stadium

QVDM V OHICIvlTf GROUND

»O IJUCBY LEAGUE lOOTBVIL MATCHES»

J p m-North S dncv II v Lastern Kubirls II

d15 pin-NORTH SIDNEY I v Ltbll KN SUBURB« I

Admission (including tax) Ground 1/ Grandstan I 2/. Special Stan 1 1/ evtra

NO 2 GROUND SOCCFR

1 45 p m -Garden Man 1 v r stern buburba d15 pin-1 YUMO M It \NGI RS v SVDM1 Vdmlsslon (including Tax) 1/ Chlldrtn Od

ROB! RT 1 W11) Maiagcr anl Secretary

DAM 1\C MODERN BALLROOM CLAtó

THIS VlTrRNOON AT 3 OCIOCK

1HL IHLNCII DANCING ACVD1 MY (Est 101Í),

00 OXFORD STItt IT CID Tel Wm 048,

1 HOr BOIOT FAR Prlncli al

\cqu re that grace and retine 1 cnt in the execution if tie various fantv movement« that ara no etsentlal to mo Krn ballroom d ting I uplls In attcndai 01. it o 1 classes receivL the persona] attention of the Irinclial which alone Is a distinct alvantagc 1 iy 1 visit this afternoon the Aca lemy ia o; in for 3o ir Ins;Lotion lrlvate lessons daily Single le-bons

for dancers

TO NIGHT

OUR SPLCLU PinOTlCD DVNCE Fach Pitron v 111 iccclve a Ubcful gift, E\l ihitlons of the latest Dames

Chocolate Waltrcs btrcamcrs Novtlty Dal eis etc

1 ill Iru-z O chrstra_ Semi 1 len ng Uress _

aTANCO BRV/HL1VNNL IViLST 10 o DVNC1

- till VTION sirik to lean fiwrlnatltg to dintc anl v ill II exhibited first Uno ii Vustr lim Bull rooms by Irof LOSS mil KATI1LILN ItlCKERDlKL

NEST S \Ttl DU l"th J UM

nt 11(01 LOSS DISCING STUDIO

ENGLISH CH VMBLRS "i2 GI OHGF STRrET

(opp IU3 market Theatrt Sjdncv)

The only place where jon Ii leam Latest Dances I that aro worth while learning and as danced in other parta of the world

I LUNE!) CLVS"-KS EVERY NIGHT at 8 0 clock ni 1 Mor Wed Tri anl '.at Afternoons ni 3 o block 1RIVAT1 H-S«0\S DA1IV Tel City 1100

Tilla \I ILKSOON "30 Beginners and Iraclicc

Class SMART 1 RA( IIC^ DWCr TO MC111 1az£ Ore |

DANCING 10U C\S TUCH 10URS1IF at HOM1

I ROr 1IOL01 S Scientific Chart success av«u ed FOVTrOI 2/ H/.Z WALTZ 2/ ONI SUP -/ I « O STEP . -/ Obtalr able at the French Dancing Veadein;

BvLLnOOM DANCING Irin Mr li T VI LOR

Specialising in Private lessons letvetn the hours if 10 10 a m an 1 8 p m Btgir ners tan le ivn One t,tcp Ja_- Watz Foi Trot in 4 lessons New Vmeri

can Slow Motion fix Trot Chicago Vdvanctd Dancers can leam in one private lessor »1 eclnl sin-Ie les sous for c Ivan ed D ntcrs Stow-In the Ger temen the correct lead and how lo put vour partner neatly into the diflcrLiit stt| s

CLA°S THIS VFTER OOS for Be>,ln lers at S and MGHTLV at 8 for licgirners and advance 1 pupils lor f urti er information pie 11e write or call

Location 4th Tloor Station Ho se

George st neir R wav Station over Lockctt Dentist PIION b MW IO"? before noon_

pniCVGO CHICAGO

Prof Muir a answer to the Dancing Public

In answer to many Inquiries of late na regard the correct step« of the fatclnating dance called the Chicigo 1 wou d Ilka to notify all Pupils who are interettcd In this dance that I have the CORRFCT Steps an! vill commence teaching ti tm at thie Vftemoon s ClaBS

PRO! V MUUI A T D \ _

CIUB mil H» OXFORD STRTET NEAR DARLINGHURST SrcTION

Instruction Claw to-daj ' till 5 30 "/8 and 1/8 Advanced Chu- to nig t 811 "I and 1/ Chlcigo taught one private lesson fee 8/

AMUSEMENTS. D'

GLACIARIUM

ICE SKATING

TRIUMPHANT REVIVAL 1R1UMPHANT REVIVAL

IO SKAT1SG ICE SIvATISG

Exhibition« by Max and Ray Brilliant Tancy Skater«

THUHSUAV anl -SATURDAY L\ LS1SG3

ICE HOCKEY SVTUKDVY LV1SISG

Three bess ons Dally Morning 10 to 12, Afternoon 3 to 6, Evening 8 to 10 SO

DUNBVK POOLE

Jabone, MW 140" Manager_ aÊTTRÔl- BUrTLL ABOUT DANCING

_» Quick Instruction S lart Distinctive Style

Class This Aftennon at 8 Ladles 1/ Cerita. 2/

Dance To nitl t at 8 1/ 21

Classes Ti cs , TI urs nights at 8. Fee 2/ BALLROOM 241 3 Cast ereut.li street near

Llv eri no1 st opp Do Ige M tories

PRIVATE LLSSOV 12 till 10 p m Re luted terms 2 or nore pi renns togetl cr Tel (ity 3 40 after 12

Prlvite Classes Mon VU 1 tri 0 lessons '1/

LLVRM CIIICVGO and LVTI ST J VZ/ at BblTlEa bvtonded Ballrooi i Dincing spice now for "KIO

ÏÂSC1NG OALlkTliLSiOB

Mons. PAUL BIBROV and PARTNERS,

MAI'. Paris

ADU! T-Begii ni ra and Vdvanctd Claise«

(personal Interview necessJry before Joinirg)

Private Less rs (by aipointment)

10MNG STRUT I'h 1121103_ 1SS1S SCO"". Phone, City 1581

PR1VATL DISCING TESSONS D ULY

City Juvenie and Adult Class This Morning, 10

W>KH1NCUI HAIT MUTRUBAY

SMVitf DWCE TONIGHT 8/ PI is Tat

Brilliant Orchestra Semi or Fv cuing Dree».

Information re other Classes at Office and City Class

Roomr luOf TEMPLE

_Elizabeth street opposite Mark Foy*«._ AUSTHALIVN AMrltlCAN IR1VVTË D VNCLNG

SCHOOL. LEARN TO JVZ¿ PR1VATFL1

BEGINNERS can learn all the NEW DVSCrS In 4 STRICTLV PRIVA TF I rSSONS, day or ev , by appt Special terms PVRTIIS of 8 or more lazz Waltz, One Step IoxTrot Chicago A VI TOWNbND Tel BJ 49 Studio 121 littst (bet OPO and hingst) MISS S LI LIL CHRIS I lb B VTD

li) Q\ b lil lb g Phone City 10988. LEARN tho OHICVGO ono pilvato lesson

J4Z/ C1 VSS, Monday and Thursday liir.Mt-,

OPrRATlC Classical Character Musical Comedy BAIirTCT-»S° Friday 3 s-iturdav 10 30 ""»O

'IMIb UMVERSAL 1R1VATL DANCING SCHOOL X Jazz One step Fox Trot W alti also the Chicago taught In 4 ABSOLUTEM PRIVATE I Es OSS Day or Evening Pnn A BRUN and PVRTNFR

STUDIO 101V PITT ST (next door to Gol len Cite)

MODERN DVSCINO Miss DOROTHY KEAM

C1 ildren s Classes Saturday Morning Darling Pt Saturday Afternoon St Jude s Hall Randwick Adult Clashes Private Lessons by Appointment. Schools V (sited_Phone, _Randvvlck 510

MISS FTIÏFL CLIFFORD 1STABI1SIILD 23 YEARS

Sydney s I eadlr g Theitrical Teacher

TOL DVNCING A SPECIVUT1

CL4SS SAT , 2 30 MODFL 01 IONDON SCHOOL

Priv les« hvapnnnt I 0 0 I Tenple Flir st city D ANC INO-Mr J O RL1LL1 S Beginners anl Ad

vanccd This Afternoon 10 01 Timple Eliza beti) st (opp Foy s) Instruction 2 to 3 lo practice till 8 3(1 Tuer'ay evening Beginners' Class, 7 till IL _ Particulars, Phone Padd COI_ DANCING UP TO THF MOMENT-Chicago and aU

Latest Step«. For Private Lessons, rlug bdg 1010 J WET FVUIKNbK Beginners Class Saturdays S to 5 30 pm Masonic Hall, Queen street Woollahra._ DANCING CLASS, 1VERY LVIMSO Indiv Tuition

Latest Dances. Large Open air Ballrm, in priv Home Private Less ins day or evening Tel, Pet nJfl Mrs E _WH'-ON 5 Sadlier trea. Petcitham

DANCING-A. aTBTLLAM^ Chuwee, College Hal!

Balmain In llv Tuit I itcst Dances, 1st prize Sita One step selected by A T D A Juvenile clas.es Na tlonal and Step Dancing Priv lesson» day, cvng WT42j MISS MYRA IEVIID Assistant Teacher to Mrs

Montgomery Stuart Priv ne and Class Lessons In Flocution Chi! Iren a Clasa Sat Morning Stn Ho 205 EHzab thst^'lhorc City BO0» and Epping 640

MISS BELLV PL1WAN S Theatrical and Ballroom

Dancing Clans dally from 10 30 Australian 1 itfures Liverpool street llv de Park_ Misal a hil I LI I uthers of Dancing Lvtnint,

Classes private lesson 1 dall) _Iel_Pet_"00

DANCING- lazz Tonight Padd Town Hall dlrec _!_ O Reilly, I Knight Choc Cigar Wultres etc

MISS WvLTLRS alLDIO 3 Rove st n ir G P O

J'jriv Dantii g lessons 0 asses (Chicago tie latest)

BL TILE S bYTLSDLD 1) VI I ROOM DANCING

_SIAC1_10K oOO abE other Advertisement

DANCING -1 nvate Lessons given in own hornea, lor

particulars Tel JlOCu M s< Mirtln Smith

'Pili BJLLhE PFTERTN CHaSLS 10R LADIES -1- ARL NOW HbLD

in the

10 0 1 TEMPLL 111Z VBTTH STREFT,

pending completion of our prehiises

Applications for enrolment to be made at IO O F Tues lays from 4 till 0 pm Wednesdays Irnin 3 till V p m , or at our offices la Casllcreaj.il street

BO0O8 1HOSF

S

1NGINC-Mr Milai o Gartl late Paris and I on io i

_' latest currctt hrtathlng, ciiblcst inetho I for joing or old »ho cal not read music Suburban Stu lios Hal main Tucsdivs Itocldile trida)« day and night Vpply by lttter i amelle s Gcoige strett

VIOLIN and Mandolin disses nov formii g tuition fr

ID/ ttrms enrol at once V Q Coll "31 Geo st. riAENMS, iLNSIS X McMahon * Point

Wanted, Members, Ladies and Gentn to form Club Tcj_2107 Snrth_ _ _ rnENMS- Wanted Lady and Gent. Plijcr6 S¡ Itn X ham Bonkstovn compel lion omnicncing lu j Vpp Htnoy,u_Court_op jj re Stn ct Ietcra Sat Sun TENNIS^-2 t,ood lulv Flavors wanted Join club

Apply No 5 Collins Couit King street, Sjden ham tills afternoon or to morrow_ /TvENNI-- Vac 4 ( entn llycrs Te Whare T X Club 111 erside Courts Marrickville

"uburbs Apply

TTVÍvIS COURT to Let Saturday afternoons. Apply

1"! Pn 11 n-ton t i 11 ii [ ton_ FASGÏ Costumes for Hire, greatest variety lowest

riles Costumes all lew sucto&fil everywhere T1IL CVIIMV VL 412 Oxford st Bondi lunction

_lEGAL NOTICES_

IN TI1L SUHLML COURl 01 "SLW SOUTH

VVVLLS-IS HVNKltLl TCI -SOTICL TO OR!

DTTOHS - VCCO0MS iii HANS of DlaTKIBUUON in the un cn entiuned Lstatcs Fhowlng dividends as specified licreu der aie now lied in the OOlct of the ltct,istrnr in Han ruptty Supreme Court buildings I llz-bcth street Sy In j for the inspection of persoi s Intcrcittd and Notice u her by fclven tliat such accounts aid Hans will le suhiiil ted to the Com Tor confirmation on 1U1 al) VI the ¿otli June 102.1 it 10 a 11 If not 1 rtviousiy obj ctcd to -

SAMULL HOLLOVVAV of the Lsilann le Wagla

Winja ni cairicl on haines« ut Iii/iiairtec strett Wagga Wagga 1 ro luce Merciont (No 22877) -V lirst Atcount aid Han cf Dhu dutton sho v in. pjvinoiit of ti ree | rove I l referential c unis (ci-, i/f) anl a dividend of cU,htpence an

fifteenth s xtecn hu if a | em } in the A. on all j io el tonuirient c1 I r s

VI 1LIIVM W VI KI I of 0 I ark street Sv ln»v Res

tau ant Keeper (So 23)73) - V 1 rr"t Vtco mt al 1 1 fin of Dlstnbution show lib, pijntil in full of two p oved preferential clilr a (¿17/13/) a 1 rrat Dlvlleiil of trn ti Ulinga in the A. ou all proved concuirtit claims anti a bairne of £L>-/0/2 earrie 1 forv ard to tht credit of the Estate

Account* Cunent only in the foilivln" 1 (.tates - So .J5J- 11SLS1 1VSMVN ALKVUAMo of The

O artmont Lllzabeth street Sjdncj, Colonial V\ ine I Icerisee

No 23,00-ItlOMVS VILLIVMS, of Vfciros Banks

Klchinond larmer

No - -»-110H VU. S1VNLTV 1 VRHELI of 11

Sin -aultv street Lithgow Labourer

No Z '9o-JOHN GILLa of George street Wollon

gong Labourer

So. 2d 01-1 URICK EUGENL PIP1LN, of Yerren

elerie Miner

No 23311-W1LIIAM THOM VS PR1T-LEU of Camp

belltown Uiare larmer

No 2J310 -MILU VL1 lOilN bMTTn of Riverview,

Cabillo Labourer

0 t V\ LLOYD Ofllcml \hsignee JP2 Phillip street Svdnoj 7th lune l8" i

IN HIE SUPltrilL COURT OF NEW SOUTH

AVVLLS - Piobato Jtnibdiction - In the Matter of the Will of III <UA REGLN ALU I011N GDI W late of Dananbilla Bendick Mundi m the S ile of New South Wales Grazier dercised-N01IG1 is hereby L.ven that the I Irrt Accounts in the Estate ot the abovenained deceased hive this du) been filed in my ellice Supreme. Com t buildings, LI l/ubctli street, bj dut) and all per lions having any claims on the billi! 1 state or being

otherwise interested therein aro heieby required to come in before me nt my said ofllce on or before the Bccond day of Jul\ one thousand nine hundred and twenty three at 10 80 o'clock in the forenoon nnd in apect the santo aud if they think lit object thereto otherwise If the -lid Account be not objected to the same will bo examined by me and passed aceoitling to law Dated this elgnui cuy of June 1028 L M ADDISON (L S ), Registrar of Prob-ttes ARC AMP BELL, Ptoctor, Young. By CAMPBELL and ROWE, 84 Pitt street, Sydney_

IN 1MB SUPRUIL COURT 01 NEW SOUTH

AVALrS -Probité Jiisisdtctlon -In the AVill of EMMA LU LIAN Bl RCKLLMAN late of Wentworth ville. Bondi and Beecroft, in the State of Ne» South AVales Married Woman deceased-Notice l8 hcrebv Klvcn that the Tenth Accounts and Pim of DWri billion in the nbove Estate have on this day been filed In my oltlcc Supreme Court, King street Svdncy and all persons laying any claims on tile said Lst-ite or bcjng otherwise inteitsted therein arc hereby re quired to come In before me at my s-iid office on or before the 2Jth tiny of Juno 10:3 at 10 80 o clock In the forenoon and Inspect the same and if they shnll think fit object thereto otherwise if tho «aid Accounts be not objected to the same will he examined by mc ami pissed acctrdln-; to low Datei thin 8th dil of June in the year Bl» L. M ADDISON HegU trar A I RD NOLUS and WHITE Solicitor» for

Fxceutor 8S Pitt street Svdncy_

IN THF St PRFME COI RT < OF M-W SOUTH

AA M rs-Pribotc Jurisdiction-In the Fstate of JOHN BIUC late ot Union street North Sjdnev in the fatate of Ne» South Wales House and land Owner de ceased-Notice Is herebj gUtn tint tl-o 21th Aeciuiitc in the above Fstito have this div been llled in my office MizJtbeth street Sidney nnl all persons having any cliims on the said rotate or bein^ otherwise inter, ested therein are hereby required to come In before me at my said ofllce on or before the ¿8th day of June at elov en o'clock in the formo/ n and Inspect the cam* at d tf they shill thlrk fit object th"roto otherwise if the sail accounts be not objected to the Rame will he examined by me and passed accord Ine to hw And notice is also hereby given that on the allowance of the said Accounts by the Court Com uission will be applied for on behalf of the Executors. Dated this eighth day of June In the year 1023 I M Addison fL S ) Registrar

IN THr SfPI CMC COURT OF M-W """tÏÏfÏH

WAT rs -Probate Jurisdiction-In the Will cf IOHN MOON TY late of The Sprin-s Rock Flit near Cooma In the State of New South Wiles Crazier de-

ceased - Applloition will be mide after fourteen diys from the publication hc-eof th it Probate of the last Will of tie aboveniined deiccsod may be trranled

to CTUR11-S AlOASILS MOONI Y and WIILIAM W H ALFA HFDOFS the Ixecutor« named In tbe sahl Will anl all notices mav le rerved at the ottlce« of the um erslcned to whom all crtiWtors are reouired to send in particulars of their claims within the time aforesaid BLWI AND MAWSON and ROSE Proc tors fir the 1 \ncutcra Coonil By FAITH! I'LL Af \DDOCK_and O AM-S 26 O'connell street. Sydney

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH

\A M rs -Pro ate Jurisdiction -In the Esttte of 10HNT KEESHAN lato of Surry Hills near Svdney In the State of New South Wiiea Ironliimer deccised IntcsV'te - Anpllcjtion will be nude after fourteen tlnyB from the publication hereof that Administration of the E tate of the ahovonamed deceased mav be RTinted to IOSFPH KL1SIIVN the Son of the sa'd deceased and all creditors arc requested to send in particular« of their claims within the said fourteen day« to the undersigned where »11 notices may be «erred. J. KELSHAN. l8 Tudor street. Surry Hill«.

_IEGAL NOTICES.

TN THE SLPKLM1 COURT Oh NLAV SOUTH JL W ALLS -Probate Juiisdictlon - In the Estate of DONALD MCDONALD lite of Goulburn in the Mate of New South Wale« Drover deceased intestat«-Appli

cation will be male after fourteen days from the publication hereof that tdinmlstrotion of the Estate of the abovcnatied deceased may be granted to IILBCRT AII-NANDri! McDON ALD ant DONALD 11st IF McDON \LD bons of the said deceased and applicu Ion will also be made that the usual nlminib tratlon bond and sureties thereto mny be dispensed with ard all persons having any claims against the Fstate of the abivennmcd deceav 1 «le hereby re quired to »end in particulars of same within the time iforcsald to the undersignc 1 on whom all notices in ey be served MARS'JTN MAN! RED Proctor for Appli c-tnt Vernor »tret Goulburn I!y his Ag»n s CAR I VND SEABORN, and ABBOTl, 23 Martin place Sv dt_ev_

IN THL SUPUrMF LOURT 01 NEW SOUTH

W U ¡A -Probate Juri diction -In the Tstite of WINIFRED PLI/\BLTH W \Db formerly of Giulbutn but late of Harden In the Stite of New South Wules

Married Woman dcceiscd inte t te- Application will I* male after fourteen days from ths, publication hereof ti at ndnlnistratton of the Lst ile of the abovenimcd deceased may bo glinted to JOHN JAMES WADE the Widower of the said deceased and application will also he made that the list al alministration bond and sureties thereto may be dispensed with or otherwise ret'ueed and all persons having any claims against the látate of thp abovenimcd deceased ire hereby required to snd In particulars of same within the time afore- said to the tin lcrsi(,ned on whom all notices may bo served M'RSll-N M ANFIU D Proctor for Applicant, \ erncr street Coull urn By lils Asenta, 0 Uti AND, bfABORN «ni ABBOTT 28 Martin place Sydney

T. lill SUl'HhME COURT Or NhW SOUTH AVALES J- -Probate Jurisdiction -In the Estate of MARIA ANNH PORTiR late of Manly in the State of New South Wales Married AVoman deceased intestate-An plication will be made after fourteen dava from the publication hereof that Admln'ttratiou of the Estate of Ute abovonamed deceased may be granted te. JOHN PORTER the Husband of the said deceased and also take no'lee that application will be maoe that the usual Administration Bond and sureties mav be du pensed with And all not. es mav be served at the office« of the undersigned to whom all creditors and other persons having any claims against the 6ald Ea tate are required to furnish -articulara thereof with in the aforesaid period of fourteen davs S. J BULL and SON Proctors for Administrator. Ocean House Martin place _Sydney_

TN THE SUPREME COURT 01 NEW SOUTH W ALFS .*- -Probate Jurisdiction - In the Estate of 1RANCE1 (ATHER1NE HUTCHINGS Into of Chatsbury in the State of New South Wales AAidow deceased intestate -Application will be made after fourteen data from the publ cation hereof that Administration of the Es tate of t"-> abovenamed decenscd mav be granted to WILLIAM JOHN HUTCHINGS a Son of the Bald de- ceased and application will also be made that the usual Administration Bpnd and sureties thereto may be dlsDonsed with'and all persons having anv claims against the Estate of the abovenamed deceased art herolv required to send in partlcu'ars of same within tho time aforesaid to the undersigned on whom ali notices may be served MARSDEN MANFRED Proe tor for Applicant \ erner street, Goull um Bt MB «.Bents, GARLAND, SEABORN and ABBOTT l8 Mar tin nhce_ TS HIL Sblitfc, lt. GUUK1 01 Ni,W Suulrl vVALhS ?L -Probate Jurisdiction-In the Will of CHARLE)

AH MAI late of Binnaway in the State of New South I Wales Storekeeper deceased-Application will be trade

after fourteen days from the publication hereof that 1 Probate of the last Will of the abovenamed deceased I may be granted to HAROLD MURRAY BAT! and I

ELSIE MAY NIM the Executor and Executrix named in the said Will and all notices are to be served at the undermentioned address and all nersons haying any claims against the Estate of the said dnceased are he!eby requited to furnish particulars thereof to the

undersigned within one month of the publication j hereof P h ROGFRS, Proctor for the Applicants Coonabarabran B} hia Agents BARRY NORRIS and MOORS 15 Castlereagh street Sidney_ IN THL SUPRIME COURT Or NEW SOUTH WALES

-Probate Jurisdiction-In the Will of JAMES TOHN SM ALE lite of AVounona in the State of New S nub Wa es Master Butcher deceased -Application will be made after fourteen days from the publica Hon hereof thu 1 róbate of the last AAill and Testament of the abovenamed decca» <] may be granted to HENRY PITMAN one of tile Executors theteln named leave hell g reserved to MAHA SMALr the L\ecutri\ also therein turned but at present resident out of Jie Juris 11 tion of tilla Honourable Court to come in an 1 prive the «nine All notices may be sen ed at the addresses cf the undersigned All persons having any claims agilnst the rstitto of the wild deceased are 1 ereby rcquhed to fumisn particulars to the under signed within the said fourteen days HUS^I IL and McLILLVNl) Proctors for the I xecutor AAo'lai gong By their A,onts, BUtKlR and JONES, 39 Hunter street _Svdney_

IN THL SUPRI ML COURT OF NEW SOUTH W ALTS

-Probate lunsdiction - In the Estate of I DAMN IirMtA BASSLÍT late of Alullutnblmby in the State of New South Wales Dairy I arnvr deceased intestate - Application will bo made afttr tho cspiratlon of fourteen dijs Slum tie publication hereof that Letters of Ad ministration of the I state of tbe ubovenauird deceased left nnadminlBtTcd by Bertha louisa Bissett late of Atullumjlmby aforoald AS idovv deceased the Administri trlx of the said Estate may be granted to JOHN II» NBA SlUART BleSLri the elder son of the said de ceiscd intestate Application will alsi lio mile tnat the usual Bond may bo dispensed with And eil creditors or other persons Imlng anv claim against the Estate of the said Ldvvin Henry Bassett deceived ire hercly required to scud ptrticulors thereof wlthtu the said fourteen days to and all notices tim I e served at the office of the undersigned IIUNCFR I ORD and I AMAN, Iroctota for the Mplicant Mullum limby Bj their Agenta ÜALUAMILL and Bl UN, 33 3J Hunter street, Sydney__ TN Till SLTRI MF C0UR1 01 NLW SOUTH AV \LUS J. -Pril ite Jurisdiction -In tho Lstate of I W 1 N MAOPHTRSON (otherwise called Ewen McFhersot ) late if Hill Pin nenr Marulan in the Stale of New South Wales Gctit'emin deceased ¡ntesttto - App ici ion will be mode after foar con d i} t, from the I ttblic itit n hereof that Administration of the lstate of the tbovc turned deceased nut le grnrted to LACHT AN ATHtFl) WIILIAAt AIACPIH-RSON a son of the enid deceased ml application will nib be mule that the u ml Administration Bond and Sureties thereto may be elis pensed with anl all persons laving any claims ngtinst tie Fstate of the abovennmed deecis"d ore beteby re quire 1 to send in partie dira of seme within tie time nforesni I to the it dcrsi"n"d on whom all notices mij be sen d AURSDIN MANhRro Pioctor for App 1 oint. Vernor street Cau'hnrn Bv his Agents G VR T AND, SEABORN, and ABBOTT -J Alirtln place, Sy 1

TN THL SUPUEMF COUlll Or M-A\ SOUTH J. AV VI FS -1 rob ite Tu 1 diction-lu the Will of IILNRA MSBLT ARMS Ii ON G late of Mourilyan 10 1 lunl ett street Dnunmoj ne in the Ktate of New South Wiles Hot Ire 1 Civil Scrvint decea'-d - Applicition will le mide alter f oui teen divs from 'he publicition here of that Prtbite of the last W11, and Testainert of the alovcnamel deceased nny be planted to 1ANE 1ILFN AHMST PONG of Alourliyan No 10 Plunkett street Drumnoino In the State of New South A\a'cs Widow the sole Esecutrix named In the said Avili And all no*ices mi) be scr%el at the offices of the unlcrlfcncd BARRA and NORRIS to whom all per sons having tiny claims aga! ist the Fstite of the said decease 1 aie hcrebj required to stnl particulars thereof within the said fourteen dnvb BARRY and NORRIS Solicitors for the I xccutrtx Belmont building, 15 Castlereagh street "ydnev _ _

TV Till SIPRFAH COLltr OF^NLW SOUTH J- AVA1 IS-lrobat Jmisdlctloii -In the Will of MATILDA ANN I'ALMIR late if Chathwoot m the Stite of Ne» Siutt Wales Mun led A\omtn deceased - \( pllcillnn will be male after fourteen diys from the pub ieition bcicif that Probitc of the list Will of the aboven nel decease i 11U15 bo printed to CHARL! S PA! MIR uni ARTHUR Gil ARIES I ACH IAN 1 VI MI It two of the executors in the Slid N\ x11 mined, DION AUTHUR OFT the other L\ecuttr ti crein nninel having duly renounced Ptobite thereof All ptToons having claims against the deceased are required to bend pirtic liars thereof to the under signed within the sail fourteen dajs anl all no lees um be rervel at the same address T MICHELL and C1 I Proctors for the Lxecutors P2B Pitt street, ??jdncv_ _

TN Till <*jPRI Ml COURT OF 01 1 ESS! AND, 1- "mnsville-In t o W 111 of CFOItCF 1IFMIY VV ALL late of Gargett rieur Mackay in the State ot Queensland ( irpcnt r deceased -N0TIC1 is h»reby given that after the c\plration of fourteen dus from tile dite of the publication hereof application will be made to this honotuable Court that Probate of the Will of the above named G"on o 11 nry W ali dp »ised may be granted to VVHI1VM VUG1 STINE I) MIHI ol Gargett nenr Mackay aforesaid Storel ceper the sole I xecutor named in the said Will Vnv person interested who desires to object to the application or to be heard upon it may file a cav cat in the Reristry at anv ti ne before the grant Pt undo Dated this twenty sevculb day of March 1023 GORTON and H ARTI 11, Solicitors for the said Vi (Ilium Augustine Barry, V ictorin street Mac lay Town Agents, WILSON, RY VN, and GROSE "ollcltors Townsville_ r~THb SIPRFAIE COURT Or NI W SOUTH

W ALI S - Prol ate IiirWlictlon - In the, Estate of 1ACK ADOLPHUS WARDEN late of Pick Hill near Woo'omln in the Stale of New South Wales a Minor deceased Intestate -Application will be n nile niter fourteen dies from the publication hereof tint Vd ninis tration of the Estate of th- abovcnimel deceased may he granted to GEORGE W11 LUM W ARDTN the I athcr of the saul deceived, and all n lilma may bo seivtd lit the office« of the in lersl-n d to whom nil p-rsons having anv claim agilmt th» hstat» are hereby required to send fiiil partlclars thereof within such fourteen diys. And Notice Is hrrebj given that application will also be made that the usual Bond may be dispensed with TRIBE and PRENTIOT Proctors for the Administrator, Tamworth By F CURTISS and SOS, 67 Castlereagh street, Sidney_ F ""THE SUPRFME COURT OF NFW SOUTH

WAH S- Probate Juridiction - In the Will of ( FORGI- LVWKINCE DICK late of Harden in the State of New South Wales labourer deceased.-Appltca tion will be made alter fourteen dava from the nubli cation hereof that Probate of the last Will aid Te.ta went of the abo; ena ned deceased may be granted to ADAM DICK anl MVRCARrT DICK the Fxecutrix and Fxccn or named in ti e said Will an 1 ill notice« miy le sTvcd at the níllce of the unlersiTiel to whom all Creditors a d other pen-ons lavin' c ilms against the Fstate of the raid deceased are required to send par tlouhnr ti ereof within the time oforesild J C FOI TV Proctor for the Fxecutor au 1 Fxecutrix Mur uimbiirrah Agent-THOMAS ARKINS 33 Martin place Sydney_ IN THE SLPRFVE COURT OF NEW c0UTII

W VI rq -Probate Jirlsd'ctlcn -In t>e Will and Codicils of orORGF FDM"ADFS TOHIURST late of Wellin-ton in the Dominion of New Zealand Retired Dink Inspector deceased -Application will be made after fiurteen days from th« publication hereof that !-om>Mention of Probate of the last Will and Cod!

tils of the abovenamed deceased granted by and issued out of the Supreme Court of New 7ealard Wellinrton Dlrtrltt (and re sealed by the Supreme Court of Vic toria) to ROBI RT MOLISWORTH TOLHURST CCORCP OFRAID TOLHURST and THOMAS M AVE (the latter of whom is now deceased) may be scal«d with the seal of thU Honourable Court All notices may be served at the offices of the undcrslirncd Dated this eighth day of Juno one thousand nine hundred »nd twenty tbree RAND and DRFW, Solicito«, for abovenamed Executors 2 Hunter »treet, Sydney

PTljF" SUPRPMÎ COURT OF-r. EW EOUTH

W Al ES -Prohate Jurisllction-In th« Will of ! DWARD f ANNTNG late of Drummoyne In the S ate of New South Wales Retired Fish Inspector di ceased - Application will be made a'ter fourteen day» from the publication hereof tint Probate of the last Will and Testament of the abovenamed deceased may be "ranted to SARAH ANN FANNING and HENRY ED WARD FANNING the Executors named In the tali! Will and all notice» may be served at the office« of the undersigned to wlom all creditor« are required to send In th»lr claims within such fourtctn day« as aforesaid RTGINAID THORNTON, Proctor for I xecutor«. Lyndhurst chambers, 84 Elizabeth street,

Svdney

IV TIÍE SUPREME CWURT-OF NEW SOUTH

WAI ES -Probate Jur sdictlon -In tho Will of 1 AMES LKW IS late of Balmain near SvdntT in the State of New South Wale» Bootmaker deceased-Ap p ication will be made aft»r fourteen das s from the oublicntion hereof that Probate of the lost Will and testament of the abnvennm-d deceased moy bo grantel to rRFDritlCK AIGAR SPRIGGS the »ole Executor named in the said W11] and a 1 notim mav be served at the rfflcps of the undersigned to whom all créditera are required to «end In their claims within such four- teen day» as aforesaid RFGINALD THORNTON, Proo torfor Frecutor, LiTDdhurrt chamber», 84 Hlrabeth-I

elrae«* -fdaey*

_IEGAL NOTICES.

TN TEIL SUPRLMl, COURT 01 ¡,UY SOtannfAlr? X -Prolate lurisdiction -In the ) state oJuirsVí5 HENRY COSIER late of Ilford ta tîi, sLu ïï1?* south Wa'es Retire I lärmet deceased tatest, '.SÍ7 ration will be made after fourteen dav" fronVPl1 llcatlon hereof that Atlmli istrttlnn of tho l«J **>, effects of the abovenn .ed detcnsel Va,ÄV1!

to SAMUFL MATTIIFW BANKS Cûsirn . FiP>i

THLW WILLIAM COSIER two of IT,ei A"«

deceased and all notices may be served .iii111

of the undcrslMicd to whom partie« ara of Mhfl"1 against the sud leceased are reo ilred to be ¿I . ¡? in the aforesaid time MCPHERSON and ntUS Proctira foi Adnu. Ibtrators M irket street «SK BARRA and NORRIS 15 Castlereagh"t".t'USX BJ

TN THE SIJPRlIMF COURT OFSlwlobTTl $&

X -Probité Jurisdiction-In the Will J is, COSIHt hte of Ilford in the State of \,. ¿Yv Wales Widow deceased -Application w11 h. £ü? after fourteen days from the pub lejtlon hi»«» it.

Prolate of the last Will of the aba An, J"15¡

maybe graille 1 to SWIM MtTTTlHvrm? COSIIIÏ and MATTHMV W ILI UM eos int the PS" cutors in the said Will named and all mil « T. be served at the offices oí the undersigned o *ffi partlctilaro of all claims nnlnst the sala dew S are rctiutrec' to be sent within the afórenla ti«? McPnrRSOV and BAWDEN Pmeton for E,VL, Market street Mudgee By B AHltY and NOFtlHS ?( CastJereagh_strçct_Svdnc>_ _ U'""S' 1! PTHE SUPRE\iE~C0ÜRT'_7)F~ÑEW~';r>iTii

AVALES -Probate Jurisdiction-In ti ! Ä STTPIirV GARDNER late of Burravvanc " ,he L of New South Wa'es Retired Fanner dec<iaU-Ä ri-tion will be made after fourteen elms from the ni llcatlon hereof that Probité of the last Win ant T.

lament of the abovenamed leceased may be n nut Ï.

STEPHEN WILLIAM GARDNER one of the rialT lamed In the said Will (TORN lllOtfAS aARDArÄ other Executor namoi in the sal 1 W ill hat inc rennm^ Probat» thereof) And all notice» maj b! «Ä

the office of the undersign,! to whom »It person, h.T

any claims against the »state of the eT t3

are require! to send partlculirs thereof *M\u».

aga?».,, HAHXE PUN* ^&ï

TN THL SUPRLME COURT OF Nl-W aOÙTTHUTn

X -Probate JuiisdictIon.-In the Willoi FLiil ¿of MAN late o katoomba In the state of \" & Ï

AVales Spinster deceased -Application win k. Ï 7

after fourteen days from tho Ppubl cîtion herwf ^i Probate of the hut Will and Tevtament"f theai

named deceased may be granted to JOHN, II infer

BURhr, of Newcastle Marchant, the Sot. E«nS in the said Will named and ali claim; «.,in« )? Estate of the sa'd deceabod should be s "t toll "1^ A BURKE, Proctor for Executor lil,% tiïuilJi

s^AneyÜl^^" JBB0". «! Ä

KLNNEDY late ofReidsdale near «^IffiL,

Stat« of New South Wales Grazier dee «mlaïLii

tlon «III bo niado after fourteen dît » t>onUh7nfl ? lion hereof that Probate of the lort« UndTÄ fí.^'í Î.1»"""«»"«! deceastd may he granteeItaiwV \lAP KAÍ,NNtñí the6ol«t\eeutrK^"edi0°thS(.H NV'Í. . A1 "edit°« f° request, d to hej d la pLrticuíÍr. of their c alms to the un lersigned Percy 0 S3 with... such fourteen days sol all notices may b"mel

Mi 0mfíoct0o'r 'for«".'iT^U^Ji str^rtdney"^ JMCMLHLA^d » '?Ä

TN THE 8UPHÏME COURT OF NEW eOuTH'WÄLH. X -Probato Jurisdiction-In the ttuI if ¿S IRWIN late of Summer Hil! li the Sta "of Vw &tS

after fourteen day» from the tublicatlon heieaf thr Probate of the last Will and Testament of til» iC

üíiíí? .í.e.r'"lwá ma«' be granted to MAECrS fO\ NOLY IRWIN the Executor named laThe "Id Wffl and all notice« may be served at the ofTr« of Iii

¡ÄÄd r°f »wh°¡V11 ÍSraÍI" havinít "W "'to against the Estate of the said deceased sr. retired t« send particulars thereof withlo the said SrW 3 fourteen days MACGRECOR snd PALMER ¿HHt«

for the Applicant 117 PJM street Sydney "" TV THF SUPREME COURT" OF~'Ñ~EW ioeüj

X ".WALES -Proliate Turi-, Hrtion -In the E,&ÏH OHRISTIVA MARGARFT FFKNIE hie of WA near Sjdnoy In the State of Nea- collth WoIa j,^ AVoman deceased Intestate -Application will be nVi l'íer. 'ourt?,en ?'»J'1 from the ptb'lcaHon hereat tilt Administration of the Lstate of the alovenntaelT ceased may be grantel to ALAN FERME tile »on d the said deceased and all creditors are ree «ted to send in particulars of their claims within the itlj fourteen day s to the tinders gnr 1 where ill nattai

way be served ALAN »LHNH <5S Clevelandrhvt

Surrv IHUs

TENDEES.

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200 LOADS HLLLSG

C C0Y1E

New Job Duntroon avenue

_St Lfonanli

PRICE wanted to 1 reet W B ¡¡HbD at Leichhardt

immediately Al ply Cla Islone, 40 Boomtnnf street, Haberfield_

PLVSTERLRS-I rice waited House Pondi £

Homebush Carnngon s job_

PVIST1R, iuliomtcr Price vv ante I tottafe. Hit

theil Paris st off hot, inn rd ( arito i

rrVENDERS are luv ¡led for the erection of THE.H X and sauls Hunter strict Wet scnCVbTU.

Plans Specifications and (} antitle» in tlic offlta i CHAHLLS »OillliCLK, Vulutect ii I laglnnr

T and C bui dmr, 201 fcllzabetl t sjdne

Vud Carrington chamber« Watt street NLBGVSIU. Closint, 20th of lune at noon Lo eit or la.' tender not neccswrlv accepted

lor Sale t>5 Tender, Ruston 1 rector e eise ¡»»r Portable 1 narrie and Acme St ne Cruiitr n i jaws

fenders close Monduv ISth lue it lpn

TN UIlSc,

Town II li To tier.

Katoumla 8/0 jj_ _

nirSDLRS are invited for li Ir ilia T~Brd, X slops Hats and Motor t nee ni hjtoonn

street Kilooml u Pana an I s[ ii lion rai lec5 talncd at the office of U L. R t ves I trcli ted, Katoomba btreet, katoomba or at " Coo-nittW stratlillcid_ nibNDLI S are invited for (a) Lrertioi c« Shopi tri J Dwelling Lrniuiaton (b) breedon of lire» lesldentc I lernlnaton Plus in I SpTiaraliorii w available from ROW I and URI Vrcl Ittcfe TnutU. rnESDbïlb Stone lo md mon 1 ->m\v a so I lumbla, 1 1 and m M i day ftcr 1- Va- «-«rd, «PT

leben 1 aik Eldcruu, Bl tr_.

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X 11 u n 10 Layton st Ca i rdovn_.

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rjLVSbpre.ured (^-£1/1/ CO DESMVC^eM

X 101 Hawson chambers _nr_!Hwv_ City »».

F TÚ. Specifications latest Bung DesisaJ I "I»"*

Thomas 101 Blncll st Waverley -^ '(Tor rontimïïd'oii see into "> »nverttonwUj,

BUILDING MATEEIAIS

ITV» lines (abo it 14 wor lsi_JL___!_r-i_J-H

4 BORER AND WHITE ANT PROOF S1A1N I OR SHINGLES AND EXTERIOR WOODWORK

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attacls of horers «nd wilta ant*. JW« , a fad In- colours ground In J ure Itajeei w

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these stain» no thinner» or miers ^ «« ^ Write or call for colour card and panicT*

prices.

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INSPECT OUR STOCKS

JAMLS SANDY AND fOl . "T

S JO 328 George street, Sidney

Phone, City tl4'Si5

Branch it lil'Scott street. Newcastle

A. and Manure, delivered on wrte»» T w", HOWARD (late AH ) 247 Meterla ron I *>rn

Please note new address. I bone LO- ._, A TTENTIOV Is directed to advertbuern av^^ A. under Tenders for 11 rcli ist of Quantuy

fiom RepotrlaU?iij:omiiii!.£loii__^__---"M A TTTsiIOVTTdlrette! to a li.ertiscrnen t «JP A ¿n 1er lenders for the Purchase of lia» Ü. tinder fenders for Iirç-ix. of nuanT ».

fiom RepatriaUojij:orninlh6loii__^^^-_----' M A TTTsiIOVTTdlrettel to a li.ertlscrnen IW (

A un 1er lenders for the Purchase of lia» _

the Repatriation Commission _- _ (fjaro.

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Jj V, p v It 1 H ? a »Vreet_I^Warlt^_^-;g;£

Di Anv shape or sire Railwy Mirror

wick st Redfern Phone «e» °- . , 104

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