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I SYDNEY TO BATHURST AND ORANGE. I DAILY SERVICE (Supndays Excepted).
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IX70RK wanted, new Motor Lorry and Driver, 7/6 VV per hour, l8 Georgc-gt West. Ring MW1002.
City 0300 for Reserves.
JANET GAYNOR, CHARLES FARRELL, In
Herbort Browne In Prologue. ' , LYCEUM.
WALLACE BEERY, RAYMOND HATTON, in
"FIREMAN, SAVE MY CHILD."
"THE PRICE OF HONOUR."
On the Stage: JACK LUMSDAINE.
DOROTHY REVIER in "THE PRICE OF HONOUR."
TOM MIX in "TUMBLING RIVER."
On the Stage: The Phlltners.
WALLACE BEERY, RAYMOND HATTON, in
"FIREMAN, SAVE MY CHILD."
"DRUMS OF^T HE ' DESERT."
_(Tvvlee Dally), The I'aulasto Boys.
A DYAR HALL. Homo of Unique Films. THIS and EACH AFTERNOON, WOMEN ONLY.
1TIIIS 'and EACH EVENINO. MEN ONLY.
(Except To-morrow Night).
TO-MORROW MORNING, 11, MEN ONLY.
On account of the many lequests
rccctveo from ladles who are unable . to vbdt the Dailv Matinees of
FALSE SHAME, FALSE SIIAMK,
it has been decided to give a
SPEOIAL SCREENING TO-MORROW NIGHT,
AT 8 O'CLOCK, FOR WOMEN ONLY.
NOTE,-The Screenings ol this great' Ufa Film, which, "in 6tory lorm, dramatically reveal the temptations and dangers of sex and the evil of venereal
disease, arc aa under:- '
EVERY AFTI.RNOON, 2.30. WOMEN ONLY. KVETty NIGHT (EXCEPT SATURDAY), MEN ONLY, TO-lfORROW MORNING, AT 11, MEN ONLY.' TO-MORROW NIGHT, AT 8, WOMEN ONLY.
Oa6tlereiig!i-6trcet, opposite Hotel Austialta.
Managing Directors: E. J. C'rroll,
Dan. Carroll, E J. Tait.
AT 2.30 AND 6.
"THE FLAG LIEUTENANT,"
"II.II.II "-Lite of the
Prince ol Wales.
SIXTEEN SINGING SAILORS.
Albert Cazabou. Leslie V. Harvey.
Plans at Theatre, Kiosk, next door, and Paling'»,
BLACKBOTTOM DANOE COMPETITION,
TO COMMENCE AT THE STADIUM,
NOVEMBER 16th. Good Cash frizes.
All entries to be addressed to
MERRY-GO-ROUND, ORGAN for Sale, German Paper
Roll, pood order, elMwp 1U Great Buckingham street. Redfern._
RIDGE and MAU JONGG Taught, Homes visited.
city flumes, experienced teachers, 4653, Herald. B
Claremont Club, Regeut-st, Petersham 2977.
. O. WILLIAMSON, Li"»., Sydney's Chief'Theatres, Managing Dlrtctors: Sir Geo. Tallis, E. J. Tait, _Frank Tait._ THEATRE ROYAL. TO-NIGHT ONLY, AT 8.
. LAST NIGHT OF THE RINGER.
MAURICE MOsCOVITCH I.DIE RINGER."
lOflth nod Last Performance This Evening.
Brilliant Company,"including Nat. Madison,
Patrie Cul wen as Dr. Lomond. ! '
Plan Paling's till 4.30, then Theatie. Day Solep tBalcony) ut miller's (next Theatre). Irom 6 a.m.
rilHE TERROR COMES TO TOWN. -.- . Commencing 1
TO-MORROW NIGHT, AT 8.
J. 0. Williamson, Ltd., announce .the first pro- duction in Australia of another sensational drama'hy the author ot "The Ringer."
MAUR10E MOSCOVITCH In "THE TERROR." MAURICE MOSCOV1TCH ~in "THE TERROR."
'THE TKHHOR," « "THE TERROR," By Edgar Wallace.
'"Die Terror," the present dramatic sensation of,London, embodies all the thrills and mys- tery ol "The Ringer," but is totally ditfercnt in action and chaiacter. The stealing of two tons of gold, tile mystic personality known as "The Terror,' the vengeance sought by the plausible convict Soapy Marks, the movements , of the stiunge monk-all these make fascin-
ating entertainment, in a play peopled by the most unusual and highly Interesting char-
MR. MOSCOVl'ICH WILL BE SUPPORTED BY A
NOTABLE COMPANY, INCLUDING
Jack Dunne, Reginald Nevvson, Ashton Jarry, Mary MacOregor, Eileen Sparks, Ellis Irvine, Fredk. Forrester, Mildred Cottell, Herbert Leigh, J. B. Atholwood, Leslie Douaghey, Richard Webster, Guy Hastings, Hal Percy, Richard
Play Produced by GEO. D. PARKER.
_PLAN NOW OPEN AT PALING'S._ CMtli EillON THEATRE, NIGHTLY, 8.
J MATINEES TO-MORROW and WEDNESDAY, at 2.
One of* the tvorld'B greatest uctresses,
In one of the world's greatest plavs,
MARGARET LAWRENCE. MARGARET LAWRENCE.
MARGARET LAWRENCE in "RAIN." MARGARET LAWRENCE in "RAIN."
Dramatised hy John Colton from Somerset'Maugham's
LOUIS BENNISON AS THE MISSIONARY.
Wallis Clark and Notable Cast.
"Rain," picsented by arrangement with Sir Benjamin Fuller and Mr. John Fuller, and Sam 11. Harris, N.Y.
Plan st Paling's till 4 30 Day Sales Peluso'B.
HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE, AT 8.
MATINEES TO-MORROW and WEDNESDAY, at 2. The Best dressed ClioruB in the World Is in
CASTLES IN THE AIR, CASTLES IN THE AIR,
Music by Percy Wenrlght. Book artd lyrics by Ray-
The liveliest music and loveliest lasses. Youth and love In loreign lands, and tile story ol a girl who found her prince in a castle In the air.
Plan Paling'« till 4.30; for Upper Circle, Her Ma Jesty's Chocolate Shop._
PALACE THEATRE. TO-NIGHT, AT 8.
'LAST NIGHT of "OUTWARD BOUND,"
Sutton Vane's Play-sensational, mystifying, laugh raising, awe-inspiring, vivid, breathless entertainment.
PETER OAWTHORNE, ZILLAH BATEMAN.
Plan Nicholson's (or R.S. and D.O. till 4.30; then Theatre. For Upper Circle daily at White Rose.
ALACE THEATRE, commencing TO-MORROW, at 8. J. and N. Tait announce tile flrst production of
THE BROKEN WING, THE BROKEN WING, THE BROKEN WING,
A Comedy Drama with Music by Paul Dickey
and Charles W. Goddard.
A beautiful Mexican girl, who prayed for a husband, un aeronaut who fell from the skies,' a braggart bandit, and a lilting soldier-colour, laughter, excitement, and song.
PETER GAWTIIORNE, ZILLAH BATEMAN,
Raymond Ellis, Ronald Ward, Reginald Wykeham, Peggy Willoughby, Lillian Douglas, Eardley Turner, F. St. H. Jellicoe.
An Interesting and unusual feature of the production
THE MEXICAN ORCHESTRA,
Ploy produced by Joseph Cunningham.
Plan now open at Nicholson's. '_
"The Home of Celebrity Vaudeville."
Lessees: Harry Rickard's Tivoli Theatres, Ltd.
2.S0 P.M. TWICE DAILY. 8 P.M.
ENTIRELY NEW PROGRAMME
OF BRILLIANT VARIETY, .
HETTY KING, HETTY KING,
HETTY KING, . HETTY KING, HETTY KING,
THE PERFECT "MALE"-IN CHARACTER STUDIES
TRUE TO LIFE.
DI CÁTANOS, DI GATANOS, DI GATANOS,
Amailng American Dancers.
BERNT and PARTNER, Continental Marvels, GEORGE HURD. Juggling Wonder. .' THE CAVANAGHS, Rope Splnhers. ^ FRED. BLUETT, King of Comedy.
RUSSO and BRADFORD, Operatic Singers.
IRENE NORTH, STELLA LAMOND, AND TIVOLI
WILL QUINTRELL and TIVOLI ORCHESTRA. Book at Tivoli or Nicholson's._
LAST NIGHT, LAST NIGHT, LAST NIGHT, LAST NIGHT.
"LADY, BE GOOD." "LADY, BE GOOD."
And . t then
SATURDAY NIGHT, 8.
Sir Benjamin and John Fuller
introduce you lo yet
, CARNIVAL OF YOUTH.
"ARCHIE," "ARCHIE," "ARCHIE," "ARCHIE," "ARCHIE," "ARCHIE," "ARCHIE," "ARCHIE," "ARCHIE," "ARCHIE," "ARCUIE," "ARCHIE,"
Laughing, Dancing, Musical Comedy.
Brilliantly interpreted by
And all the "Lady, Be Good" Company,
Helen and Frank,
America's Amazing Specialty Dancers.
Book at Nicholson's ond Theatre (Thone, City 122). Matinee Prices. 0/, 4/, 2/5S. Week Nights, C/, 4/, 2/6J. Reserved O.S. and D.O., 1/ cxtia. Saturday Nights, 7/, 6/, 8/. Reserved 1/ extra. Grand Circle la bookable in addition to O.S. and D.O., at 8/ Saturday nights, and 2/5} Week nights.
LAST DAY, 2.80 AND B. JIM GERALD
in "A Whirl of Youth."
TO-MORROW, SATURDAY, 2.80 AND 8,
and lils Moiry Revue Co., in
"Tho Troubles of Hector,"
A Snappy New Revue, of thousands of laughs, with
FERNA, and BABY LESLIE. .
The Greatest Jnvenilo Act In the World. The Biggest Fun Show ever at Fullers'.
RAND OPERA "~ HOUSE.
Proprietor, George Marlow; Lessee, Wm. Russell.
NIGHTLY AT 8.
MATINEES SATURDAY mid WEDNESDAY, 2.30.
FRANK NEIL'S NEW COMEDIANS
BIGGEST LAUGHING HIT,
ia the Wonderful Thrilling, Chilling, - .
Killing Mystery, THE GORILLA, THE GORILLA,
THE GORILLA, <? THE GORILLA, THE GORILLA
The Laughing Success of New York, London, aöd
IT OUTBATS "THE BAT." _ , OUTCATS "THE OAT AND THE OANARY."
, You will howl one minute, scream the next, and
lough your head off the next.
PRICES: 3/, 2/, 1/. Reserved 1/ extra. Early Doors: Upper Circle, 6d extra. Plan at Nicholson's and Theatre. 'Phone, City 124._._ rnuC SOCIETY OF ARTS AND CRAFTS OF N.S.W. i- ANNUAL EXHIBITION, Department of Education Gallery, Loftus-st, Daily to November 10, 10 to 5 p.m., also Friday Evening, 7 to 0.80 p.m. Admission 1/.
GIRAFFES ON EXHIBITION THIS WEEK-END.
The Only Giraffes to be seen in the
PAYNE v CHETWYND, (U.S.A.). (Eng.).
EXTRA BOUTS AT 8.
PRICES: 10/, 6/, 3/, plus tax.
Book Seats at Proudfoid's, 09a Castlereagh-street;
Hotel AiiBtralU; or the Stadium.
DANCING.-SPECIAL BEGINNERS' CLASS TO
NIGHT. EXCLUSIVE PORIRAYALS OF THE MODERN CREAT lONb. PERSONAL AND FLOOR IN. STRUCIION, 7-11 P.M.
PROF. BOl.OT, F.A.H., Principal,
THE FRENCH DANCING ACADEMY, E^PAB. 1912.
' 66 OXFORD-STREET, CITY. FS048.
PRIVATE LESIONS DAY (lit EVENING.
A US1IÎALIAN AMERICAN DANCING SCHOOL.-FOX -'i- TltO t. ONE SI K1», WA I. IK .'ANGO, CIItRLFP. TON, BLACKBOITOM, Tuughl lu I Strictly Private Leesons, Friends nu) arrange Private Paity Lemons. Reduced fee two nr more filends leam tocethcr Tele, II63S2, A, W. TOWNKXP, Undhi, 124 Pltt-rt! PRIVATE LESSONS, LATEST BALLROOM "DANC-
ING, 8/6 per hour. Miss MONA VAN WEINE 2nd Floor. 283 George-stieet, OPPOSITE HUNTER STREET, CITY. If yon cannot como to the Studio Miss Van Webie will teach you at your own home.
Fees moderate. Wrllti or call.
DANCING-PRIVATE LISSONS WY TIME 4/eoch
(10/0 for T), C1 \SSFS EVERY NIGHT, lett moderate ¡ntjtilncs Invited PROF BUTTLE Imperial Academy, 112 Oxford street cltv, Darlinghurst section FL1620 Beginners Clares Monday, Thursday nii,hts
11TRED. EDNEY, Teacher, has Resumed Teaching Ball
- room Dancing ut 123 Cook-rd, Centennial Park.
Interviewed day, evening. Private Tuition._
DANCING CLASSES and Private Lessons. Tele., Pet. _ 1139. Mrs. E. Wilson, 5 Sadliercrescent, Petersham
EMPIRE (RAILWAY-SQUARE).-"TWEEKIE," MUSICAL COMEDY.
f " NIGHTLY, 7.45; MATINEE TO-MORROW AT 2.
70 Artist«, Empire "Pony Ballett" and Beauty Chorus of Prise Winners.
.Reserved Stalls and D. Circle 2/6, Settee« 6/6 and 7/6. Prices include TaT and Booking Fee.
Reserves Theatre (MA1Ô00), Paling's, Nicholson'«, Australie, Hotel Sydney, Usher'B, Carlton, and
Samuels . \
TO-MORROW, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1927.
' FIRST RACE, 1.13 P.M.
SPECIAL TRAINS WILL LEAVE CENTRAL RAILWAY STATION, AS UNDER:
10.Sa.m.: Horses. Leaves Alexandria Siding. 12.7 pm.: 1st and 2nd Clos«. Platform 14. .110 am: 1st and 2nd Class. Platform 8. 12.10 p.m.: 1st Class only. Platform 7.
.1115 a.m.: 1st and 2nd Cass. P atforin 9. ,D"""j n»"T__m». ,. .ki. i"i. \ .11.28 n.m.: 1st and 2nd Class. Platform 8. («eietved Compartments on this train.)
.11.38 a.m.: 1st and 2nd Class. Platform 14. 'J?-16 P-T--' 1st and 2nd Class. Platform 8, .1150 a.m.: 1st and 2nd Oana. Platform 15. 12-28 P-m-= 1st ond 2nd Class. Platform 12. 1167 am: 1st and 2nd Class. Platform 13. 12 43 p.m.: 1st and 2nd Class. Platform 14. .12.2 p.m.: 1st and 2nd Class. Platform 8. *1.S P-m.: 1st and 2nd Class. Platform 12.
'Stops at Strathfield. .
.NOTE.-Combined Roll ond Admission Ticket« for Paddock and St Leger Reserve, can be purchased at Central Booking OBlce. Martin-place, Sydney. . GEO. W, S. BOWE, Secretary.
GREYHOUND COURSING ASSOCIATION, LIMITED.
(AFFILIATED- WITH N.C.A. OF NEW SOUTH WALES.)
G. C. A.
GOOD, CLEAN AMUSEMENT. -?
EVEKY WEDNESDAY AND SATUEDAY NIGHT, '
COMMENCING AT 8 O'CLOCK. On the Epping Racecourse, Glebe.
Crisp, Clton Sport-now entertaining the masses.
See the long tails revel In the enjoyment of the chase. Nine ' Courses, promptly run," no dull periods.
Birchgrove, Lilyfield, Forest Lodge, Balmain Trams. POPULAR PRICES:
Paddock 4/6 (including tait). Leger 21.
Ladies 2/ (all parts).
Children under 14 not admitted without parents.
_/ Direction: Greyhound Coursing Association, Ltd, 160 Castlereagh street,_
8-HÖUR ANNUAL NIGHT CARNIVAL,
TO-MORROW, SATURDAY, AT 7.30 SHARP,
AT SYDNEY SPORTS GROUND.
THE BEST NIGHT SHOW DI TOWH. "? ATHLETICS GRAND COMICAL
AND FIREWORKS CYCLING. CYCLING. . DISPLAY. DISPLAY.
THE BEST NIGHT SHOW IN AUSTRALIA.
A Huge Programme of Athletics, Cycling, Fancy, and Spectacular Dancing, Unions' Tug-of-war Championship, and Novelty Events. A special feature will be the Solomon Shield Tug-of-war Championship.
THE GRAND FIREWORKS DISPLAY ?
will include a fine pyrotechnic Portrayal of Barron Falls, Blondín on Bicycle, The Acrobat, Dancing Emu, and many, novelties.
A NIGHT OP THRILLS, LAUGHTER, AND MUSIC. This is tlie lost chance of securing youl 8-Hour Art Union Ticket. Admission by ticket with chance to win £3367 in prizes.
Grandstand 6d extra. Children to Ground 3d, Grandstand Sd extra.
BUY YOUR TICKETS TO-DAY.
Obtainable from N.SW. Bookstall Co. and Branches, and ali leading Storekeepers, Tobacconists, and Newsagents, or direct from
Trades Hall, Sydney. ARTHUR W. YAGER, Secretary, EIGHT-HOUR COMMITTEE.
TN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH
-L WALES.-IN BANKRUPTCY.-Notice is hereby given that the Single Meeting of Creditors in tile following matters will be held at the Corni, Supreme Court Buildings, Elizabeth-stieet, Sydney, on tile 14tn day of November, 1027, at lu a.m., or as soon after as the cour«! of business will permit. To entitle a Creditor to vote thereat his proof must be lodged with the Registrar in Bankruptcy not later than the 11th day ol November, 11)27. Re FELTON TUNGSTEN FOSTER, No. 26784, of 130 Carrlngton-road, Randwick. Re O. L. PYE, No. 2678«, of 335 Hunter-street, New- castle. Re FRANCIS ALFRED CARLYON, No. 26835, of Paddington, Insurance Agent. C. F. W. LLOYD, Official Assignee. N. C. LOCKHART, Registrar in
TN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH
J- WALES.-IN BANKRUPTCY.-Notice is hereby given that the Single Meeting of Cicditors in the tollowing matters will be held at the* Court, Supreme Court Buildings, Ellzabeth-sticc't, Sydney, on the 17th day of November, 1927, 'at 10 u.m., or us soon after uri the comse of business will pel mit. To entitle a Creditor to, vote thereat his proof muH be lodged with'the Registrar in Bankruptcy not later than the 14th day of.Novcmbcr, 1927. Re W. HANKINS, No. 26214, of Barmedman. Re ERNEST HICKS, No. 26817, of 70 Ruthven-stieet, Waycrley. Re JOSEPH GOULD, No. 20840, of .Botany, .Contractor. W. H. PALMER, Official Assignee. N. C. LOCKHART, Registrar in
TN THE SUPREME COURT" OF NEW SOUTH J- WALES.-IN BANKRUPTCY.-No. 26826. Re HENRY WYNTER, of Mosman, and carried on buslncsj at 0 Victoria Arcade, Sydney, Manufacturer's Agent. Notice is hereby given that the First Meeting of Creditors in tit» above mtittor will be held at the Office of the Ollicial Assignee, 182 Philllp-street, Syd- ney, on the-17th day of November, 1927, at noon, or as soon after as the course of business will permit. To entitle a Creditor to vote thereat, his proof must be lodged with the. Registrar in Bankruptcy, Eliza- beth-Street, Sydney, not later than the 1,1th day of November, 1927. N. C LOCKHART, Reglstrai In Bankruptcy. C. F. W. LLOYD, Official Assignee.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH WALES,
-IN BANKRUPTCY.-No. 2<iS6l.-Re THOMAS LINDSAY WATSON ex porte DAVID SOLOMON and SONS LIMITED. IN THE MATTER of a Bankruptcy Petition filed the first day of November ona thousand nine' hundred and twenty-seven.
To THOMAS LINDSAY WATSON of Blayney In fho State of New South Wales (trading as T. L. Watson and Co.), Storekeeper.-TAKE NOTICE thot a Bank- ruptcy Petition has been presented against you to the Court by DAVID SOLOMON and SONS LIMITED having its registered office at 219 Castlcraigh-street Sydney and the Court has ordered that the posting of a sealed copy of the said Petition together with a scaled copy of the Older made herein this day in a prepaid registered envelope addressed to you at your place of business at .Blayney and that publications of this Notice In a newspaper circulating in Blayney and a newspaper circulating in Orange and In one Sydney morning newspaper shall be deemed ta be service of the said Petition upon you on the day of completing such posting and publications as aforesaid. And further take Notice that the said Petition will be he.iid at this Court on the eleventh day of Novem- ber one thousand nine hundred and twenty-seven at ten o'clock in the forenoon or so soon after as the matter can be beard on which riny you aro required to appear and if you do not appear the Couit may make a Sequestration Order againbl you In your absence. The Petition can be inspected by you on application to this Court.
Dated tills first day of November A.D. 1027.
Chief Clerk.In Bankruptcy.
MARK .MITCHELL and NELSON, Solicitors for the Petitioning Creditor, A.M.P. Chambers, 89 Pitt-street. Sydney. >
TN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH
-L WALES.-Probate Jurisdiction.-In the Estutq 'of MARY' HERRMANN late of Enmore near Sydney in the State of New South Wales, deceased, intestate. Application will be made after fourteen dnys from the publication hereof that Administration de bonis non of the Estate of the abovenamed deceased may be granted to the PUBLIC TRUSTEE; and all per- sons having claims against the said Estate must ren- der the same In detail to the undersigned on or be- fore the 4th day' of December 1927. E. J. PAYNE, PuhliciTrustcc, Culwulla Chambers, CaBtlcrcagh-strcet, ?Sydney: _:_
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH
WALES.-Piobatc Jurisdiction.-In the Estate ol ELIZABETH CARBINES JENKIN late of Andrew-street, Inverell in the State of New South Wales, Widow, deceased.-Application will bo made' after fourteen days from the publication hereof, that Administra- tion with the Will annexed of the Estate of the abovenamed deceased may be granted to the PUBLIC TRUSTEE; and all persoiiB having claims against Hie said Estate must render tile same in detail to the undersigned on or before the 4tli day of December 1927. E. J. PAYNE, Public Trustee, Culwulla Cham- bers, Oostjereugh-strect, Sydney.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTll WALES.
-Probate Jurisdiction.-In the Estate oí ARTHUR PALMER BLUE lute of Waterfall Sanatorium and foiracrly of 68 Bay-street, Rockdale in the State o New South Wales, Letter Tress Machinist deceated. Appllcatlou will be made after fourteen days from the publication hereof, that Administration with the Will nnncxed of the Estate of the abovenamed de- ceased may be granted to the PUBLIC TRUSTEE; and till persons having claim* against the said Estate must lender the same In detail to the undersigned on or before the 4th day of December 1927. E. J. PAYNE, Public Trustee, Culwulla Chambers, Castlc
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTII WALES.
-Probate Jurisdiction.-In the Estate of THOMAS PEARSON late of 91 Archer-street, Chatswood In the State of Now South Wales, Bricklayer deceased, In- testate.-Application will be made alter fourteen duys from the publication hereof, that Administration of the Estate of the ahovciuined deceased moy bo granted to tho PUBLIC TRUSTEE; and all personB having claims against the said Estate must, render tile samo In detail to the undersigned on or before the Jth day of December 1027. E. J, PAYNE, Public Tius tee, Culwulla Chambers. Castlereagh-street, Sydney.
TN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTII WALKS. X - Probate Jurisdiction.-In the Estate of ANNIE MARIA AUSTEN late of Hamilton «Utlon lluti-1. Islington in the State of New South Wales, Married Woman deceased, Inténtate.-Application will be mide after fourteen da\s from the publication hereof, that Administration of the Estate of the abovenamed de- ceased may be granted to the PUBLIC TRUSTEE! and all persons having ehlma against the said Eî
tate must render the same in detail tn the under- signed on or before the 4th day of December 1927. E. J. PAYNE, Public Trustee, Culwulla Chambers, Cnstlcroagli-streol. Sydney._;_ I~"Ñ THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW -SOUTH
WALIS.-Probate Jinlsillctlon.-In the Estate of GEOFF li F.Y BINGHAM WHISTLER SM1T1I-REW.SE late of Vila New Hebt ide« Ills Mujesty's Resident Com- missioner, deceased intestate.-Application will he made after fourteen days from the publication hereof that Administration of the Estate of the abovenamed de ceased may be granted to.MARGARET ROPER SMITH REWSi; the Widow of the said deceased, and all notices and claims muy bo served at the undermentioned ad- dress. Mrs. M. R. SMITII-REWSE, 2 The Norlands, Gincfoyle-aveuue, Double Bay.
I~Ñ TUL SUPRLML COURT Oi< ÑLÍ\ SOUTH
W\LES-Probate Jurisdiction-In the Will of TOM HILL lote of He:vloy in the State of Ne» South Wale, Retired* Builder, deceased -Notice is hereby given thot the Hist Account» lu the above Lstate hate this day been (lied In my olilce Supreme Couit Sydney and that all persons huving anv tlalmm on the said Estate 01 being othentise interested therein are here by lequired to como in before me ct my said oflicc on or before the eighteenth day of Noteinber one thou sand nine hundred und twenty seven at 11 IS o clock
. ,,.J°Fe"Sm ,nnd hispect the same and It they shall think Ht object thereto otherwise if the soid Accounts be not objected to the same «111 be ex iiinined by me and passed according to law And Notice ¡s also herebv given that on the allowance of tho said Accounts by the Court Commission »ill be ipplled für on behull of tho said I vecutor» Dated at Sydney this third doy of November A Ü 1027 L M ADDISON (LS) Registrar
TÑ iilE v>UPttb_L COUR1 «Ul NEW SOU III n " ¡J.ALFS-Piobute Juilsdiction -No 1400u0-In ' i n ?",', ",",d Codl<-ils of IHOMAb BLUNDt.lt late of Vi plrilght street Manly in tile State of Now South Hues Ceiitlcmun deceased-NOTICE is hereby Uten that the iirst Accounts of the abote Lstate hate this 'À'!? , ." "lca '" m> oulc<!8 Supreme Court House Elhuibcth street Sydney and all persona hating any claim on the said Estate or being otherwise intoicsted tlioioin are hereby required to come in belore me at my said omeo on or before the 18th day of Notember one thousand nine hundred and twenty seton at 10 30 oclotk in Hie forenoon and inspect the sime and if thoy think flt^object thereto, otherwise if the said Accounts be nat objected to the same will be e\ umined by me and passed according to law Dated tins Hld day of November one thousand nine hundred and twentt Bevon L M ADDISON (L S ), Registrar McCARlH» and MAM11LL Iroctois for tho I-xecu tor» Cathcart House He Castlereagh street, Sydney . IN ilif bUPRLML COUH1 Of NLM SOU1H
WALES-Iiobate Jurisdiction -In the Will of THOMAS RIC! late of llnvorloy in the State of New South Males hreeholdcr deceased-NO I ICE is hereby given thot the 10th Accounts and Plan of Dlstrlbu tlon in Hie above Estate have this day been tiled in my oflicc Chaiiceiy square Sydney and all persons hnv
ing any claim on the said Lstate or being otherwise interested therein are hereby required to come in before mc at my said office on or before the twentt eighth day of Notember at 1215 o clock in the after noon and inspect the some and If thoy shall think fit object thereto otheiwi^e li the said accounts be not objected to the same will be examined by me and passed according to law Dated this third day ofi Notember in the year 1027 L M ADDISON, Regis trnr_
IN THL SUPREML COURT OK NEW SOUTH
\\ALBS -Probate Jurisdiction-In the Matter of tile Estate of HARRY DUINER GILBERT lute if Stockton In the State of New South Wales Missionary deceased -Pursuant to the Hills Piobute and Ad mlnistrition Act J808, the Testotors lumily Mninten ance and Guardianship of Infants Act 1010 and the Trustee Act, 1925 NOTICE is hereby given that every creditor or other person having tiny debt or c1 tim upon or affecting the Lstate of the abovenamod de ceased, who died on or about the 21st day of April
1027, and of whoso Estate Administration with the Hill amicccd waa on the 21th day of October, 1027, granted bl tho* Supreme Oourt of New South Wules to the PUBLIC TRUST! E is herebv required to send in particulars in writing of such debt or claim
to the sold Public Trustee on or before the 30th day of December 1927, at the expiration of which time the said Public Trustee will proceed to convey and distribute tile Property and Assets of the said deceased to or among the persons entitled thereto htiving regard only to the debts or claims of which he then has notice And notice is hereby fuiltiei given (hut the said Public Trustee will not be liable for the property or assets or anv part thereof so conveyed or distributed, to any person of whose debt or claim he shall not have had notice at tho tim» o! Buch convey ance or distribution E J PAYNL Public Trustee Culwulla Chuinbcrs, 07 Castlereagh street Svilucv 2nd November, 1027
IN TUL SUPREML COURT Ol' NLW SOUTH HALES
-Probate Jurisdiction-In the Hill of DAM!) TA\LOR late ol Herns Creek In the State of New South Wales Merchant deceased-Application «111 be made alter fourteen days from publication hereof that Probate of the last Will and Testament of the abate named deceased may be granted to ALICE J \NE m-Oil, 10IIN llOBEKT TAILOR rLOIII-NCL LINDv. TAILOR IRbM GLUnS M1 ISON and ROI MICHAEL MCMANUS live of the Evecutoia and tv-ecu trices therein named (leave being reserved for the other Ixecutor therein named LRNEST DVVID T\Y LOR to come in and proie the same on his attaining the ago of twenty one yeais) And all peisonb hating any claims against the Lstate of the said dece ned are required to send particulars thereof to tho under- signed within fouiteen dun and all «¡¡««"Ü served at the outee of the undeisigued MATLRtORD and O DONNLLL, Proctors for the Executors Station "tiett Quirindi Bv their Agents J v K SIUH 11 IMS and CO Solicitors Ile Castlereagh street Sy dney_ T-THE SUFRLML COURT Oí) NLH SOUTH J. \\ V.L1 S -Probité Jut isd it tion - In the 1 «tate ol lRIDIIHCh Mil IHM I UÎIS11 lite of Mest Kimpset in the State of New South Males launer decciscd intestate-Ipplitution will be made niter inuiteen divs from the publication hereof that Admliilstrition of the 1 stile of the abovenamod deceased mav be gianted to SMiMl PARISH the M How ol the sail de ctused And Notice le hereby given that upilici
tion will also be made that the usual boni may le reduced an 1 creditors and all pel sons biting debts or c1 lim» against the Estate of the said deceased ire required to send pirtlcul irs thereof In detail to the underrigned wilhin the said period of fouiteen dits
\nd all notices may be 6erved at the otllee-, of the undetsicned Ll"0 J HARDIMAN Proetor for theApflicont Smith street Kempsey By his Agents I M M1UND and KLLlMtk Bank of New /ea lind Chumbers corner George und Mynyurd bticets Sydnet
TN lill SUPRIMÍ COUR! O* NUV SOUIli J- M \! ES- Pr bite Jurisdiction-In the Mill of GrORGl BUL former!/ of Icnlderic in the Stite of New «outil Mule» but I te ot Cope street Coburg In the State of S íctorla Labourer dece ise 1 - \p) lieu tion will le made after fouiteen dus from the pub beadon hereof that l'robilo of the last Mill and rifltaiiKilt ol the olotenanicd dei eased granted to HOHLNCF MAIilV M1LCI1 of Col uri, in the st itc of \ le toi ia hy the Supreme Court of \ ictorl i in respcet of the abote Istuto mat be seale 1 with the seul of this Honourable Court and all persons hating any claims against, the lstate of *he abovcn lined ii ceased ore herebv require! to send in particular thereof to the undersigned within such fourteen dits as uforesald ind oil i otlccs may be sorted ut the olll es ol the undcrslnied "10I1N M II INCH \M MI! Ni Soil ntor for the Appllmnt 8-iQ ( eorge street Sublet
TN THE SUPRIMÍ COURT Ol NUI «-CK lil 1 MAI 1-S-Prol ute Jurisdiction-In the Mill of IRIDTRICK IA MES late of ra St Thom is street Mavcilev in the stille of New South Hales Compinj Villager deceased -A pplirutl in will le mode alter fourteen dats from publica tion heieof that Probate of the Mill ot the «lot mum d dert ised nut he e,rmtc I
to MU Tri! I1MI «on i III \1NDLR BTÍ-I Hit SHIM tile 1 xecntors named therein and all persons having anv claim ogilnst the Frtute of the «lid dei ease I are required to forward particnlurs thereol to the under signed within the, said peiioi and all notices mav be served at the u ldermenti uied address MCINTOSH, I MriiTON, and THOMAS, Prottora for the Executors 56 Hunter street, Sydney.
F THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH
WALES.-Probate Jurl-dlction.-No. KW690.-In the Will of JAMES CECIL COLDHAM FUSSELL late of North Sydnev in «the State of New South Wales Re- tired Civil Servant deceased.-Notice is hereby given that the fomth Accounts in the above Estate have this doy been filed In my office Supreme Court House
King-street Svdnev and all persons having any claims , on the said" Estate or being otherwise interested therein are hereby required to come in before me ot my said office on or before the 18lh day of November at 11.15 o'clock In the forenoon and inspect the same and if "iey sholl think fit object thereto otherwise If the Mid Accounts be not objectai to the same will be examined by me and passed according to law. And Notice is abo hereby given that ou the allow- ance of the said 'Accounts by the Court commission will be applied for on behalf- of the Executor of the .Will of tho ahovenarned deceased. Dated this 2nd day of November in the year one thousand nine hun- dred and twentv-seven. L. M. ADDISON (L.S.), Re- gistrar. GEORGE A. RAVES and POOLE, Proctors
for the Executors, Stock Exchange Building, 113 Pitt-1 street. Sydney. . , ,__^_____ | TN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH X WALES.-Probate Jurisdiction.-In tile Will and Codicil of HORATIO BARTLETT late of Glebe Point near Sydney in the State of New South Wales Master Butcher deceased.-Pursuant to the provisions, of the Wills Probate and Administration Act 1808, of the Testator's Family' Maintenance ond Guardianship of Infants Act 1U16 and of the Trustee Act 1926, Notice is hereby given that all «editors and other persons having any claim or demand upon or against the Estatev or otherwise Interested in the pioperty and assets of Hie abovenamed decensed who ''died at Lewisham on the second day of February one thousand nine hundred and twenty-seven and Probnte:of whose Will was granted by ' the Supreme Court of New South Wales in its Probate Jurisdiction on the twen- tieth day of Mav one thousand nine hundred and twenty-seven 'to AUGUSTUS GEORGE THOMAS and BERTHA EVELYN BARTLETT .THOMAS Executor Executrix and Trustees of the Will of the said deceased are bereby required to send on or before the fourth day of January next full' particulars of their claims and demands upon the said Estate or in respect ol the sahl property and assets or any part thereof to the undersigned nt the expiration of which time the said AUGUSTUS GEORGE THOMAS and BERTHA EVELYN BARTLETT THOMAS Intend to proceed to odminister the suid Estate and to convey and dis- tribute the property and assets of the said deceased to and among the parties and persons entitled thereto having regard only to the claims and demolida of which they sholl then have notice and the said Augustus George Thomas and Bertha Evelyn Bartlett Thomas will not In respect of the property ond .assets or any part thereof so conveyed be liable to any person of whose claim they shall not have had notice at the tune of such conveyar.ee or distribution. Dated this first day of November 1927.' CLAYTON, UTZ, and COMPANY, Proctors for the Executors, 280 Castle reagh-strect, Sydnev._;_ IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTII
' WALES -Probate Jurisdiction.-In the Will of HARRIETT GIFFORD late of Nimbin in the State of New South Wales formerly of Ballina In the said State Widow deceased.-Pursuant to the provisions of the Wills,Probate and Administration Act, 1808, and the Testator's Family '.Maintenance and Guardian- ship of Infants Act 1016 jid the Trustee Act 1925.-Notice is hereby given that all creditors and other persons having any claims or demands upon or against the Estate or otherwise Interested in the property and assets of the above named deceased who died at Nimbin on the eighth day of July one thousand nine hundred and twenty-seVen and Probate of whose Will was granted by the Supreme Court of New "South Wales in its Probate Jurisdiction
on the sixth day of October one thousand nine hun- dred and twenty-esven to BENJAMIN ROFFE SOUTH- WELL of Nimbin aforesaid Farmer the sole Executor named in the said Will are hereby required to send in full particulars of their claims and demands upon the said Estate or in respect of the sold property and assets or any part thereof to the said Executor In care of the undersigned Proctors for the said Executor on or before the twentieth day of December next at the expiration of which time the said Executor will proceed to administer the said Estate and to convey and distribute the property and assets of the said deceased to and among the persons entitled thereto having re- gard to the claims and demands only of which he shall then hove had notice; and the said Executor will not In respect of the said property and assets or any part thereof so conveyed or distributed be liable to any person of whose claim he shall not have had notice nt the time of such distribution. Dated this thirty-first day of October, 1027. TRENCH and AX TENS, Proctors for the Executor, Lismore. By their Agents, O. T. POOLE and, SON, 10 Barrack-6treet, Sydney._;_ I~~S THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH
WALES- Probate Jurisdiction.-In the Will of BRIDGET BAILEY late of Rose Bay near, Sydney in the State of New South Wales Widow deceased. Pursuant to Ihe provisions of the Wills Probate and Administration Act 1893 of the Testator's Family Main- tenance and Guardianship of Infants Act 1910, and of the Trustee Act 11)25, Notice Ib hereby given that all, creditors and' other persons having any claim or demand upon or against the Estate or otherwise/in- terested In the property and assets of tho above named deceased who died at Rose Bay on the fourth doy of September. 10*27 and Probate of whose Will was granted by the Supreme Court v of New South Wales in its Probate Jurisdiction on the fourteenth day of October 1927 to JOSEPHINE BAILEY and EMILY BAILEY the Exécutrices In Die sold Will named ore hereby required to send on or before the fourtli day of January next full particulars of their claims and demands upon the sold Estate or In respect of the said property and assets or any port thereof to the said Josephine Balley and Emily Balley nt the office of the undersigned at the expiration of which time the said Josephine, Bailey and Emily Bailey as Exécutrices of the Will of/1 he sold deceased Intend to proceed to administer the said ' Estate and to convey anil distribute the property, and assets of the said deceased to and among the parties - and persons entitled thoreto having- regard only to the claims and demands of which they shall then have notice and the said Exccutrlcçs will..not In respect of the pro- perty and assets or any port, thereof so conveyed or. distributed be liable to any person of whose claim they shall not have hod notice at the time of such conveyance or distribution. Dated this third day of November.. 1927. HAROLD T. MORCAN mid MORGAN, Proctors for the Exécutrices, 34 Martin-placer Sydney.
IN , THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH
WALKS.-Probate Jurisdiction.-In the Will of ROBERT BOOTH late of Jamberoo In the State of New South Wales, Former, deceased.-Pursuant to the Wills Probate and Administration Act 1808 and the Testntors' Family Maintenance and Guardianship of Infants Act 1916 Notice is hereby given tlmt every creditor and nnv other ncrson having any claim against the Estate of Robert Booth the abovenamed deceased who died on or about the nineteenth day of February one thousand nine hundred and twenty-six ond Probate of whose Will was granted by the Supreme Court of New South Wales on the twenty-fourth day 'of August one thousand nine hundred and twenty-six to ALFRED JOHNSTON HILL the sole Executor of the Will is hereby required lo send particulars In writing of such claims to th» sold Alfred Johnston Hill to the care of tile undersigned at their office bereunder mentioned on or before the twenty-third day of Novem- ber one thousand nine hundred and twenty-seven at the expiration of which time the said Alfred 'John- ston Hill will proceed to distribute the asset« of tile said deceased amongst the persons entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which he ha« notice and Notice is hereby further given that the said Alfred Johnston Hill will not' be ' liable for the assets or any port thereof so distributed to any person of whose claim he shnll not have hod notice at the time of such 'distribution. Dated this thlrty-flrsl day of October A.D. 1927. ' RYAN and' TV ATKINS, Proctors for the Executor, Manning-street, ' Kiama. By their Agents, "MESSRS. WEAVER and ALLWORTH, Sr<> Floor, Banock House. 16 Barrack-street. Sydney. '
TÑ THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH J- WALES.-Probate Jurisdiction.-In the Will of PATRICK CL00NAN late of Arncliffe in the State of New South Wales Retired Hotel Keeper deceased. Toke Notice that /application will be made fourteen days after the publication hereof that Probate of the Will and Tcstntnent of the abovenamed deceased may bo granted to MARGARET CLOONAN of Arncliffe aforesaid Widow the sole Executrix in Hie said Will named.. All peisons having any claim against the Estate of the abovenamed deceased are hereby required to furnish particulars thereof to the undersigned within the aforesaid fourteen days. LOBBAN and LOBBAN and HARNEY, Proctors for the Executrix, Gibb's Cham bcrs. 17 Martln-plnce, Sydney._.
rTHE SUPREME' COURT OF NEW SOUTH
WALES.-Probate Jurisdiction.-In the Will of OTTO MILLER late of'Mooball Tweed River In the State of New South Wales Fanner deceased.-Applica- tion will be made after fourteen days from the pilbil cation hereof that Probate of the last Will and Testament of the abovenamed deceased may be granted to ANDREW LITTLE the sole Executor named in the said Will and nil notices may be served at the office of the undersigned. All creditors ond other persons hnving any claims against the E6tate of the said de- ceased ore hereby required to forward particulars there of to the undersigned within the said period of four- teen days. HALLIDAY and BUDD, Proctors for the Applicant, Commercial Bank Chambers. Murwillumbah. By their Agents. GARLAND SEABORN and ABBOTT Solicitors 23 Martin-place Sydney._ TN THE SUPRBMB'COURT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. ;*- - Probate Jurisdiction.-in the Will of WILLIAM \\1NLEY late of Fairy Meadow near Wollongong in the State of New South Wales Farmer deceased.-Appli- cation will be mode after fourteen davs from the publication hereof that Probate of the last Will of the abovenamed deceased may be granted to SAMUEL WILLIAM W1NLEY and JAMES ALEXANDER WISLKf the F.xecutors named in the said Will ond oil notices moy bo served at the addresses of the undersigned. All persons having any claims against the Estate of the said deceased are hereby required to furnish par- ticulars to the undei signed within the said fourteen days. RUSSELL and McLELLAND Proctors for the Executors, "Wollongong, by their agents, BARKER and
JONES. 39 Hunter-street, Sydney._
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH WALES.
-Probate Jurisdiction.-In the Estate of GEORGE HILL late of Balgownie in the State of New South Wales Deputy deceased intestate.-Application will be mado after foin teen days from tile publication hereof that Administration of the Estate ot the abovenamed deceased may he criinted to ELIZABETH HILL the Widow of the said deceased. All notices may be solved at the addresses of the iindcislgncd. All per- sons having any claims against Hie Ebtatc of the said deceased ure hereby required to furnish particulars to the undersigned within the said fouiteen days. RUS- SELL and McLELLAND, Ptactors for the Applicant, Wolfongong. By their Agents, BARKER and JONES, 39 llunter-shcpt. Sydnev._
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WALES.-I'robate JurNdietlon.-In Hie Will of FRANCIS JOSEPH PARKINSON late of Wollongong in the State of New South Wales Carpenter deceased. Application will be made after fourteen days from the publication heieof that Probate of the last Will of
the« abovenomed deceased may be granted to MAR-' GARET PARKINSON of Wollongong aforesaid, Widow, the sole Executrix named in the sold Will, All poisons having any claims against the Estate of the said deceased ore required to render same to the applicant within the said fourteen days. And nil notices ore to he served at the tindernicntiuned address. MARGARET PARKINSON Applicant Kelra-strcet Wol longong._ I~Ñ THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH
WALES.-Probate- Jurisdiction.-In tho Will of WILLIAM PRITCHARD lntc of Builtb Wells In the County of Uiccon in England Contractor deceased. Application will he made after fourteen diva from publication hereof that Probate of the Will" of the abovfiiained deceased granted by his Majesty's High Court of Justice in England may bo scaled with the Seal of this Honourable Court and all persons having any claim against the Estate of the 6aid deceased are required to foi ward particulars thereof to the under- signed within the sold period, and all notices mu y bo served at the undermentioned address. R. N. HEN- DERSON mid CO., Iioctora lor the Applicant. 88 Pitt street. Sydney._'_ IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH -L WALES.-Probate Jurisdiction.-In the Will of JOHN DAVIES late of Dulwich Hill near Sydney in 'be Slate of New South Wales Teacher deceased. Application will be made after fourteen days from the publication hereof that Probate of the last Will of the abovenamed deceased mav be granted to ETHEL MAY DAVIES the Executrix named in the said Will, and all notices may be served at No. 30 Union-street, Dulwich Hill, aforesaid.
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The Special Soundboard of GERMAN TONE «WOOD, combined with the EXCELLENCE OF CONSTRUC- TION, ensnreB beautiful TONE QUALITY for many years. PriceB, £240, £245, £275. £285, £295. CASH 0tYou are cordially invited to Inspect without obliga
«on. COME IN THIS WEEK. _ '
OTHER PLAYER MODELS, from £175-£10 DE
P Open' Week DayB till 5.45 p.m.-Fridays till 9 p.m.
Note the Address: _ ._, ,_
O. WtNKWORTH and SON, LTD., PIANO and PLAYER IMPORTERS, 337 GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY, Nearly Opposite Martin-place.
PLAYER PIANO ESTABLISHED 1609.
Success follows everywhere this Wonderful Instrument.
Simplest Expression Control,
Unequalled for its
Exclusive Tonal Qualities
PIANOS .ACCEPTED AS
- EASY TERMS IF DESIRED.
MORRIS BROS, and HEARNS,
2 doors from PItt-strect.
TX7. F.' WOLLASTON, LTD.
SECOND-HAND PIANOS and PLAYER PIANOS. \
RONISOH PLAYER PIANO (M'alnut).
RONISOH, 5ft 5in (Walnut) MIGNON.
RO.N'ISCH, 6ft 7in (Walnut) BEALE, No. 6 Model. LIPP and SON (Walnut). BEALE, No. 7 Model. FORSTER. BEALE. No. 8 Model. BRINSMEAD. HAPSBUHG.
SIMON LIPP. SCHWEOITCN. CARL ECKE. HOOKMANN.
WE SELL ON EASY TERMS.
SOLE ACENTS FOR
G. SCIIWECHTEN (Berlin).
PIANOS, PLAYER PIANOS, AND GRANDS.
AGENTS FOR THE NEW
HIS MASTER'S VOICE
GRAMOPHONES AND RECORDS.
IV. F. WOLLASTON, LTD.,
NATIONAL MUTUAL (Equitable) BUILDINGS,
_Two Doors from Martin-place._
GOTZER PLAYER PIANOS,
THE SUPREME INSTRUMENT.
At Greatly Reduced Prices and Easiest Terms possible. NO DEPOSIT. £1 WEEKLY'. NO DEPOSIT.
12 Rolls and Stool Free. ,
Your present Instrument taken in part payment, and full allowance mode. ,
I am also offering several PIANOS, from 10/ weekly,
Inspect my stocks before deciding elsewhere.
Open till 0 p.m. Fridays. , N. SAMINS, PLAYER PIANO IMPORTER,
704-705 Culwulla Chambers,
No Shop Rent. 7th Floor, Take Lift.
_07 Castlcrcogh-strect (near King-street). v
PLAYER PIANOS, leading makers, in -WALNUT
MAHOGANY, R0SE1V0OD (5 years' terms if required), £1 weekly.
TWENTY O.R.S. ROLLS free to each purchaser of a player piano.
PIANOS taken in part payment, full allowance
NO DEPOSIT, £1 WEEKLY, NO DEPOSIT, £1
PIANOS, Lipp, Konisch, Bookman, Belling, Beale.
NO DEPOSIT. 10/ Weekly. N0 DEPOSIT, 10/ WEEKLY. . '
187 BATHURST-STREET. SYDNEY.
In our stock of
that we ore prepared to grant four, or even
FIVE YEARS' TERMS
to approved clients.
NEW GERMAN PIANOS FROM
13 Barlotv-st, city. 182 Parramatta-rd, Annandalo, ! opposite Gas Ollices. near Bank of N.S.W.
JECUHDb. RECORDS. RECORDS. l> TWENTY THOUSAND BRITISH RECORDS.
Bands, Solos, Quattets, Instrumental, Jutz, etc.
These Records arc made by one of ENGLAND'S oldest makers, and are picked artists. To be cleared at the unheard-of price, 1/3 each, 1/3 each, 1/3 cadi.
Send for Catalogues. This offer cannot bo repeated
after this consignment is sold.
J. WILSON MOORE, Bankiupt Stock Supply,
9 Wilmot street, Sydney.
M'llmot-street is the next street to Bathurst-strect,
og George and Pitt streets.
LADY WILL SELL PHONOGRAPH, £8, Floor Cabinet,
tall, large, and beautiful design, highly polished, fitted best motor, 12in plush turntable, brake, time regulotoi, 3 needle cups, for loud and soft needles, swan-neck toneanii, Phillip's patent for diamond and needle records. Clear, rich tone speaker, silk Iront fretwork, nickel fittings. Cost £35. Sacrifice £0. Will give Records. Plays any disc record. Delivered home tree In my own car. Weekly payments taken. 161 (house with statues), Darley street, St. Petéis Station, one *"_^_ section. 2d fioin Central Railway Station. BARGAINS '
THE PRICES WILL SURPRISE YOU. MOTORS.-The best selection in Sydney.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,-20 per cent, reduction. PLAYER ROLLS.-BRAND NEW, 2/, 2/, 2/.
DON'T MISS THESE BARGAINS.
ONLY A FEW DAYS LEFT.
SHAW, LLOYD, and CO.. 241) Pitt-strect. Sydney.
EW und Slightly-damaged Iron-frame PIANOS.
PLAYER PIANOS. LOWEST PRICES.
Leading Makers, Guaranteed. EASY TERMS.
Rich. Lipp, John Brinsmead (walnut and rosewood).
Mignon, Ronlseh, Victor. Belling, etc
Deposits from £5. NO INT EH EST.
C. RANDALL, 38 Flinders-street, Darlinghurst.
few yard» fiom end 1st section, Oxfoid st trams, HAMOPHONE, beuutitul Coiu>ule Model, ali lale.i
iinpruveireu:*, beautifully Inlaid throughout, vas o wonderful tone, not soiled cost £50, sell £15. offei "" lloddlc-strcot Paddington 'Pilone. I'10i4_
ULBRANSEN Player Piano, Scat, Rolls, £85. Apply between 12 and 2, Miss Carroll, 2nd floor, Joe Gardiner's, George alid Barlow streets.
!"L>IANrO, (lerniQii, Scliwechten, large model, iron frame,
-t as new, ernt £130, eiish £tt5. 5515, Herald.
lron-frome Piano, good order, £35.
30 Qtloul-st. opposite Centennial Pork. BROADWOOD Piano, good "-ondition. beautiful tone,
Appointment for Inspection. Tele.. F3030._ >IANO, Erard, for Sale. 88 Fitzroy-ave, Balmain.
AUCH ER FRERES PIANO, fuit week-end or
yacht, £14 cash. Pollen's. 07 Oeorge-st West.
VIOLIN, leather case. £4, Inspect. 100 Great Buck-
COMB UP TO YORK-STREET, _
and pay only a WAREHOUSE PRICE
for a BETTER INSTRUMENT.
Three Minutes' Walk Will Save Y'ou Pounds.
ELVY'S, BLVY'S . "ELVY'S '
reputation of 64 years' successful trading" Is behind the ninnnfocturcr's guarantee mr every instrument sold by
Recommendation uf Satisfied Ciutrmer«
is our mainstay.
Sole Agents for the World-famous >
COLLARD and COLLAH»
, PIANOS, PLAYER«, GRANDS
The Wonderful "AUTO-MELODIE" ROLL-PLAYED
NATURAL EXPRESSION PIANO.
12,00(1, square feet of
the World's Best to choose from
Play ei a fruin Pianos from 2nd-hand Pianos from 18/0 per week. lu/ per week. 5/ per week.
ELVY and CO., LTD. (EST. 1863), Open till 45 Yoik-strcet,
0 p.m. Fridays. Opposite Wynyard-st,
10 PER CENT. REBUILDING SALE.
STILL AN OPPORTUNITY
to secure a
Thalberg, Howard, Broadwood, Bluthner, Brewster, Foster, or Amptco Player Piano,
LESS 10 PER CENT.,
whether you buy for cash or on easy terms. Payments from £10 deposit and £3 per month.
Why not Call or Write To-dayf
CARNEGIE and SONS,
S34 George-street (just below O.P.O.).
DÍANOS, ORGANS, AND PLAYER! GEYER and EXCELSIOR EXPRESSION PLAYERS
have Double" Vulve, Metal Tubing.
ara more responsive and listing In any climate. Price«
fi on) £105.
NEW GERMAN PIANOS, bv ADOLPH GEYER. CARL
STE1NMCYKH, EXCELSIOR. Puces from £98.
SLIGHTLY-USED PIANOS (oil untere), all in drat
class ordei. Prices from £43.
AMERICAN ORGANS, for CHURCH or HOME USE,
from «20. Ternu over 1, 2, or 3 years. Deposit from £5. ^
NOTE: WE ARE always 25 per cent cheaper than
ilsewhere. Sole Agents. elsewhere. Sole Agents.
, n O. H. MARTIN and CO., 10 Queen Victoria Buildings, Gcorge-sti
J^ECORDS. ItECÓRDST RECORDS. ".9JPA5S PREE "ECORUS are the very highest quality ENGLISH RECORDS made. They SOUND BETTES and LAST LONGER than any.
All the very latest SONGS, BANDS, OPERATIC. ORCHESTRAL, STEEL GUITAR, FOX TROTS, ETC.,
10-inch doublc-slded. - .
1/9 EACH, OH £1 PER DOZEN.
Postage 2/0 per dozen extra. Our latest october
list of over 1000 titles posted free.
BETTER RECORDS CANNOT BE MADE.
GRAND FRED RECORD CO.,
1 and 3 CENTRAL-STREET,
opposite Empress Theatre,
next Hoyt's Pictures;
and at 801 George-street, nearly opposite Hunter-st. T")0 YOU KNOW ~ J-* you can purchase High-grade Player Pianos very much cheapci in George-sti cot West thon George street, cityr Escape large shop profits caused through large overhead weekly expenditure. Our overhead Is practically nil. That's why wo soil cheaper, and £r.,?£Ü (¿uaIil£ «lual t0 the "<**. NEW PLAYER PIANOS, The Kocnola, Wurlitzei, and Wtnklor Her ralng, ranging from £185, £225, to £245 (full terms price). All at £1 WEEKLY. And leceive without extra charge 12 Rolls, Stool, Insurance, Cortage, and S years' Tuning Service, Compare this offer against dearer Players (plus interest), sold elsewhere. Liberal discount spot cash. Pianos taken port payment. Established 33 years. Inspect
_97 George-street West (near Ballway)_ WHEN YOU WANT to build a good Gramophone n,J.¿£ tt cllissy klnd or a Portable, WHEN YOU RE ¡v"?"3. .a Motor, Arm, Speaker, or Tittings of any kind, WHEN YOU ARE IN NEED of Spiings, Re- pairs, or Purts, CHOOSE THE «HOP to give you the highest standard of goods for the least money, AND YOU ARE SURE TO GO TO RUMEISEN'S.
SPECIAL BARGAINS WHILE THEY LAST.-Thorcn'i Swiss, large powerful 7N Twin-spring Motoi, with special quality fittings and 12-ln plush turntable, re- duced from 47/0 to 30/.
Fletcher-Wicks Super Toncarm, weighted to play all makes of records, with speaker, reduced from £3/7/6 to 46/. Cabinet Hinges, heavy nickclled, 14 Inch only 1/. Diop Handles, 6d pair. Anns from 4/6. Speakers 2/6. RUMEISEN'S BARGAIN STORE, 457-0
comer Pitt and Hav streets.
VIOLIN TEAOIILRS omiso Mnnby VIOLINS. they
are better than other violins of the anne puce, and pupils uâhig them learn twice as quick. Sav« time and money.
VIOLLN AND LESSONS 3/ WEEKLY.
PAY AS YOU LEAHSI
VIOLINS AND LESSONS 3/-WI EKLY.
Good sy stem. Quick results. ' *
No special music used
» , LESSON'S DAY OR EVI.NINGS.
M\NBY VIOLIN COI LEGH, 727 George street, Sydney. SUPERIOR VIOLINS, MANDOLINS, and all other
String Instiunients, at moderate prices Largest stock of VIOLINS In Australasia. Cases, Bows, Strings, and other Sundries. .
If you want to own ii GOOD VIOLIN you will de well bv selecting one at Monby's..
MANBY VIOLIN CO.. 727 George-street. Svdnev.
GR\NDS. . GRINDS. ¡ "GRINDS.
Elvv's have a splendid range of New and Second-hand, including BLUTHNER, RONISCH, BECIISTCIN, and. BALDWIN.
A rare opportunity no music, lover should misa. Early inspection advised.
ELVY and CO., LTD.,
45 YORK-STREET. , , Open till 9 p.m. Fridays. - opposite Wynyard-st, _ SYDNEY. -
ALE OF PIANOS. i, HALF PRICE. ALE OF PIANOS. , HALF PRICE.
£10. £15, £20, £30, s£40, £60.
Victor, Nanon, Linckc, Hapsburg, Bord, etc.
DELIVERED FREE SAME DAY. . TERMS FROM 5/ WEEKLY. : OPEN TO-NIGHl'.
CITY PIANO STORE, 140 GeoVge-street West,
( Nearly opposite Grace. Broa
PLAYER PIANO, has all improvements, metal tub-
ing, tronsposer, automatic . tracker, expression, mandolin, etc., £8 note. Has had only one month'» use. GUARANTELD ABSOIHÍTELY NEW. . CITY PRICE £285. WILL SACRIFICE for £145, or offer, with stool and lot of rolls. M. LIVINGSTONE, 146 Victoria-street. Tele . FW1S08. _^1_
SPEAKERS.-THE NEW ELECTRICALLY RECORD-
ING SPEAKER gives TWICE the usual VOLUME OF SOUND, with CLEARER TONE, and eests less than oidinory Speakers.. Can be fitted on any Tonearm. Price, retail, 12/6. THE NEW BUGLE-TYPE TONE ARM, 17/0. Liberal discount to the Trade. RUMEI SEN; 457-0 comer Pitt and Hay streets._ rO THE TRADE. ' '
700 PLAYER ROLLS, £35. ALL GOOD.
SPACE WANTED_140 George-street West.
MASSIVE ORGAN, PERFECT ORDEK.
£25 (cost £65). CASH BARGAIN.
140 George-street West, opposite Grace Bros.
OLLS. 1/, 2/6, 8/6.
FOX TROTS, WALTZES, CLASSICS, ETC.,
COMMONWEALTH PLAYER CO., 484 George-st
2nd Floor. Adams' Building (next Oovvlngs).
at most attractive prices and terms. Macquarie Muslo Parlour. 4 Crnne-pljce, off 31n Pitt-street_ PLAYER PIANO, latest 6S-note, 3 months old. has
metal tubing, mandolin, etc. RETAIL PRICE £215. Will sell, witli 50 rolls and stool, for £130. Call at once, room wonted. S. LIVINGSTONE, 283 Kllgabeth-st. near ).heipool-sl city._ SPECIAL. SPEOIAL. Slightly-used German lronr'
frame Pianos, £2/10/ deposit, balance from 6/ week. Easy weekly payments. NO INTEREST. R. II. WOOD, 3rd floor, Rawson Chambers, Pitt-street, opposite Ratl vvav Station (take lift). Open to night till 0.
PLAYi'K PIANO, slight u«e, to be »old nt once,
vciy latest, £US; exceptional sacrifice on behalf of client. SYDNEY PLAYER CO., 1st floor, Werub lev House, Railway-square._. ijXOR SALE, 20 Beautltul Highly-polished Consol«
Model Phonographs, £30 elsewhere, manuIoetnTcr'» price, £10/10/, to clear. 573 Harris-street, Ultimo. two minutes' vvnlk from George street West._ CROWN CO.MBINOIA, Geo. P. Bent, lovely model, io
good oider, wirb 40 Rolls etc. Sacrifice. £110. Cash wanted S. LIVINGSTONE, 233 Elizabeth-street, near Toy's. Call to day._ VIOLINS.-Genuine old Hand-mide Fiddles, by Herrn
DoelHng, C15; Chiotuin Ubel, £20; Barthold Knrncr, £25. Macquarie Music Parlour, 4 Crane-place, oh" 311 Pitt street, near Circular Quay._ 1JXLOOR CABINET PHONOGRAPH, double swing mo
- tor, permanent needle, requires no changing, gift, with 12 new lteeoids, £6/10/. 36 Bothurst-st. Wool lqhio, 2nd section Bellevue trim._ RON1SC1I PIANO, cost £118 only 12 months ago,
' toke C13 Twins to reliable buver. NAYLOR, 1S3 Castleicagh st (noir Market st )_ OLÏYHt AITACTIME.N 1' k8 note, T hcinoui<t. . £.'5. J Uisy pcriftllins. Gift. Cohen's Pliyer Piano Depot, 97 Geol ere street West, noir Riiluav_
CONSTRICT YOUR PHONOGH \PH latest Arms,
Spenkcrs, Motoi», Spare Parts Lxpert Repairs. Record Exchange. 5Sñ Connie st opposite A Uniderns*. 1"»OMSGU Plv.NO for Mle, pertect tone und touch,
?X Mrglilu, c-T.ll. or C10 deposit, 10/ vveeklv
Ilineock, comer opposite Pictures, Dulwich Hill terminus IjXOR fcale, Povtnblo Gramophone and number ot ro
' cords. £3/10/; 2 life size Biby Dolls, 15/ each. 311 Brrcll street Bondi_ WrLir. MICRON REPRODUCING PIANER, just IT lind«! stool, 1110 "pea ii lulls, £2o0 spot cash. REU EUS, LTD 400 George sticct_
MANO, fine instrument. b\ \ igl nml Sr)m £75. _ rvoniiics BUTLER. 4 Burnside Pitts. O'sullivan road and Uirrtgi-ioqd \\oolIqhra_
idition. no further use,
FLUTE, faultless sweet tone, wound, coi«
.1 Baw eli, d2 Thomson »t Dnrlillghurst
, concert pitch.
WANTED, PIANO, about £15, no objection to borer»
or condition "¡tote milker's name and price. Urgent. B. BATCHELOR. Huvnurkct P.O_ WANTED, 'CELLO, suit lady beginner, cash, A. U
Thompson, Marrickville P.O.