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tHREE BAYS' JUMBLE SALE,

MONDAY, TUESDAY,

"WEDNESDAY, ALL DAY

OUR SECOND FLOOP PACKTD TTTH LINES FROH ALL DEPARTMENTS

AND OFFERED AT

HALF-PRICE OR LESS.

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TOURIST TRIPS, MOTOR HIRE, AND

TRANSPORT.

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T3IONEER PLEASURE TOURS. J- PERFECT HOLIDAYS BY MOT01.

TO BRISBAM. AND THE SUN Via Beautiful Northern Rive-a

Four Da7S £8 12-day Round Tojr £23.

Including all accommodation Next Tour July 28.

«nd August 4

MELBOURNE TWICE WEEKLY 3 Days £5/10/ Jenolan Caves and Bl e Mountains Wednesday

¡JATOOMBA and Bum Pass Every Sunday

WILD FLOWER TOURS to \icto-las Wonderful Grampians. Leave Every Wednesday via Canberra,

Reservations PIONEER fOUPIST SERVICE, 38 Martin place Phone. B5452 Lie 170

COOKS MOTOR TOURS

Dally to Bulli Koala Bear Farm. Katoomba Íe.nv?í?J^£aveí, Pakn Beach, City and Beaches, e c CANBERRA. SundaT Wednesday Fridav £1/10/ M3SLBOUP .E. Ma the Scenic Princes High-

way (4 da7SI inclusive fare £8

Via Hume Highway (3 days) £6A0/ _ COOKS TRAVEL 6ZRV3CE.

ChalUs House Sydney Tele BW6348_ SPECIAL MOTOR TOUR PICNIC and DANCE

Palm Beach 9 JO am to 9 30 p m. Sunday July 23ra R*tu-n fare 6/8 Special weex-end Tour August 5th to 7th Banx Holiday Ordinary Tours Bulli, Ro-evtl'e Chase, Beaches Katoomba

dally

DAY 8 1'OTOR TOURIST SEPVICE. LTD.,

14a Martin place BW6244 F114' Llcmce No l8 THRIVE Yourself Cars 15/ per night £1/5/ per XJ day Sundays and holidays excepted Low de posit Bourne 64 Cooper st Bondi Junction FW4433 AIR TRA'JSPOPT an~where at «hortest notice

Firgtlord Smith Kembla Building Sydney

"POR Hire without driver Sedans or Tourers J- cheap ra »s Ring Drumrrovne 3~9_ w M

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AN desires Scat Car Melbourne tia Princes Highway Sta^e price particulars .14" Herald PPISGI.OOD-St Columbas Sunday 10/ re

turn Blakes Motors Bondi (43 4521 FW1815 EDAN CAP for private hire /6 p«r nile good

d iver Allen Tele FL1537 Licence 77148 RIVE YOURSELF Cars for Hire from £1 day Barrington 5 Kensington Tele FX3378

AMUSEMENTS.

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VICTORIAN TROTTING AND RACING

ASSOCIATION

£200 ASCOT £200 £200 GOLD CUP £200

(Prize money to the value of £200 and in addl

«on, a HANDSOME GOLD CUP suitably inscribed,

will be presented to the owner of the winner )

To be held at the

FIRST ANNIVERSARY MEETING

on the

ASCOT RACECOURSE

on

MONDAY AUGUST 7 1933

yor Horses with a Winning Record of 2 22 o- better

at and on the is Augus» 1933

TROTTERS and PACERS HARNESS ONLY

One Mile and a Half

NOMINATION £1

ENTRIES CLOSE MONDAY NEXT 24th JULY at 3 p m and must be accompanied by entry fee

The Best Winning Performance must be «bown

on nomination form

Handicaps declared about '6tb July

NOTE.-Performance means a start In any race heat or division or edtc-ttsed public exhibition of speed agalns time

All HORSES NOT SCRATCHED before 3pm on Tuesday Is August will be considered ac

ceptors and owne s will be liable for the accept- ance fee of £2 Run under VT and RA Rules

G J C DYETT Secretary

486 Bourke s'reet Melbourne_ rpHE ROYAL PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY OF SYD X NEY -Vacancies in Choir all sections Apply by letter Secretary c/o Paling s or personally

Palinga Corcert Hail Tuesday evenings 7.30 pm rT¡0 NIGHT Roar China Eastern Drama by X RTP Theatre Ingcrsoll Hall next Oxofrd

atreet P O

_To night Peservcd 1/6 Plan Hall_ rpHE QUIDNUNCS Monday 24th 8 pm X Churchei-s Cafe 14 Mar.in pla e

Speaker MONTGO IERY STUART

Subject BERNARD SHAW Phone M3356

BRYANT'S PLAY HOUSE, ton st»ps Forbes Wil-

lum sta Darlinghurst -To night Alfred Sutro a "UNCLE ANYHOW, 8 15 2/ Plan Paling's

"¡?\JNCAN MACDOUGALL S Play Centre To-mor

XJ row 7 45 Mal eson s Masterpiece (on trial mar rlagcl The Fanatics Puhllc welcome 39 Rowe-st REPERTORY Theatre 420 Kent st AÎA1023 -8

Keeping the Patient Alive All seats 2/

Ï\ANCINO PROF BOLOT F AS.

X Exclusive Beginners and Advanced Classes

This Afternoon 3 o clock To night 8 o clock devoted to tuition and practice of the modern dance Personal Instruction 7 9 th»reafter floor lnstruc

tlon

THE BOLOT GUARANTEE

ONE STEP FOX TROT WALTZ ABSOLUTE COMPETENCE ASSURED IN ONE PRIVATE LES 60N 6S Oxford street city Phone, F3948_ TRANCING -Miss FLORRIE ALLEN and Mr H XJ DAVIS rlate St George s Halli Private Lessons 2/6, Jazz or Old time day or evening Beginners «ina Practice Dance every Thursday night 1/ and 1/8 Saturday afternoon Class 3 to 5 1/8 Note Our Onl> Address (private studio) Dispensary Hall Enmore road Enmore Phone L2037_ r]VLYI,ORS DANCING STUDIO X EXCLUSIVE CLASSLS etery EVENING 7 11

Highiv recommended as the best place to learn MONDAY MODERS and OLD TL1E CLASS

Tango Patricia Club Waltz Victorian Schottische

Private Les«

_STATIO_ T\ANCE BANDS for casual Engagements city and XJ country Jazz or old ti-ne Dances For all par

tlculars Inquire JOHNSTON S Music Store 211 15 George street city (opposlt» Nock and Kirby si Bands under control of Josef Kaartlnen late of J Albert and Son Klrg « eet city_ BANCING-The ALICE and ELSIE PARKES Dance

Studio Old time Class »'ondajs 8 pm Bill room class Wednesday 8pm Private lessons 1/6 BaUet To» Tap Dancing taught 305 Pitt-street, opposite Criterion Theatre Pet 162_ ÜANCING -SYDNEY S MOST MODERN STUDIO

CECIL MILES SCHOOL of BALLROOM DANC INO 142b King st Telephone B5354

PRIVATE LESSONS Dally EVENING CLASSES Monday Thursday 2/ igtest London Method_ T\A>CINO -JANET PAULKNER S STUDIO J-/ Masonic Hall Queen st Woollahra

Modern or Old Style

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BA1<CING -Allen s Private Les'ons Jazz Old time

Day Ev nlng 2/ Class to day 3 to 5 1/ Thursday Night 1/6 755 New Canterbury road, Hurlstone Park next Dunn s Garage_ Ti AN CINQ TO NIGHT XJ AUSTRALIAN HALL

Elizabeth street opposite Mark Foy s

FINAL WALTZ Comn»tltIon D-mclng a 12 1/6 TtANCING Australian Hall Elizabeth street XJ opposite Foy s -Bite old time Dance Every Monday Night Tom McGann s Famous Orchestra

Admission 1/6 Refreshments_ TRANCING LESSONS MISS ALLEN S STUDIO 36 XJ CAMBRIDGE ST STANMORE Private Les ons 2/6 every day or evening Old tim» o- Jazz SOCIAL EVENINGS SATURDAY Tele L3131

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ANCING PRIVATE LESSONS MISS WALTERS Studio 84 King street Entrance behind

Millinery Show Window

BANCTNG -Lightfoot Burlakov 68 King st -

Rrhearslng Autumn lyaves Beginners groups TE/RN ACTING at the Sydrev Repertory Theatre

490 Fort it SCOTT ALEXANDPB MA1023 OLD TIME Dance Leichhardt Town Hall Big Snow

CarnUal To night Prizes Novelties 1/_ S "OCTAL and DAVCE CLUB MEMBERS NOW EN

> ROLLING Popular nights Box 2583E GPO "VOÜNG English Lady wishes met English Gentle X man as Dancing Partner 9929 Herald_ rpENNIS -Wanted to Hire one or more Courts X handy city Saturday afternoons Reply Tennis Courts 4 Inelethorpe a/ernie Kensington_ MiENNIS -Lady and Gent*cman want to Jo n Club X for competition B grade Illawarra or Banks- town prefer ed Mr Thomas Erskineville P O

?"HENNIS -B Grade Lady and Gentleman desire to X play week-ends In Marrickville or near district _99 Hubert street Leichhardt

."PENNIS Players wanted beginners Monday Wcd X nesday nights 25 Johnston st Annandale

TENNIS -Learners clubs coaching Inclusive X Double BA> le'c FM2145_ rpENNIS Player* B grade wanted Courts week X days 3/6 Rutherford s Waratah st Haberfield

RpENNIS Court to Let Saturday afternoon Play

X ers wanted week day Becdham ""ele FW3677 fPENNIS-Night Clubs Special Beginners Night X Members coached P»t 2377_ »?[?"ENNIS-Owne-s of Fountain Court Markeri re X quiring Information advice ring Petersham 854 »"PENNI8 -Good C grade week end competition X Player« \ anted Pellcrest Bellevue Hill FM2633 BRIDOE -Pandora Club 60 King st Tuition

Contract and Auction Daily Monday Wednes- day Nights Club Nights, Tuesday Thursday Sat-

urday B1145

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roundings, good game No 1156 Herald.

/ ^AMUSEMENTS._

\f ODERN KETHOD8. RAPID -RESULTS. . '

lix Tom Heyes and H*rr7 Bloom Co-cperate In offering specialised Tuition em rae Banjo, Mandolin. GniUr. and Ukulele. Terms roodrrate. Address Delmont Charaben, 106 King-street, etty.

Tele, B3093.

AMATEUR CONCERT ORCHESTRA has Vacancies,

all Instruments. Strini Bass supplied. Prac- tices Monday nights. Parish Hau. Eíarira-itreet. Leichhardt 'r.esr No-tcr-slr«»ti

Brocde.-itl.-.î Box 2S83E. O.P O

OINOINO. DRAMATIC ART. ACTING. Individ

."i..iHiI*£? i',d «1*»«* now forming at THE ? ACADEMY OP DRAMATIC ART Central Artists Salte 33. 4'.h FTcor. Stau Th-a-r. Bo'Mmt Market-st

BK MUSICAL. THEATRICAL, and PICTURE SHOW COLUMNS of the

"SYDNEY MAIL"

._are real criticism.

AMÜSEMENTS.

GOOD Accompanist wUl practise with. Stagers

said Instrumentalists. Students, or otherwise. Will coach competitors for big Sydney (or suburban) Eisteddfods. Terras moderate No. 11150. Herald.

DRAMATIC ART.-Wanted, people to study voice,

and acting. Take parts. Play now in rehearsal. _ Box 274. Haymarket P O.

\noi_JN Classes, ill grrdes. Join new. preparing

» for concert and orchestra. Lady teacher. " '

weeily. No 8264. Hersld. __^

PIANO-Lesrn without drudgery. Ko Tutor, ho

exercises. Song o- Classic from start.

_PALING'S Tele . LW1965.

A CLUB fcr Mea and Women prorldlns eduction ?t*- ard recrestton. Committee now forming. Write Prof. Battle. 13 Esrtor.-sre. Hurlstone Park.

?POPULAR FEATURES of the

J "SYDNEY MAIL"

are the "Qiery Club" and "Crjidoor Australia.

TO-DAY AT 11 A.M.-"HELL BELOW"-STATE.

2933's MIRACLE PICTURE-WITH A MIGHTY CAST OF THOUSANDS,

HEADÏ33 BY ROBERT MONTGOMERY AND MADGE EVASS.

Lore's heights and ocean'« deptns captured in one of the mightiest pictures of all time. Steeping across the screen with Its glorious romance its thousand new thrills, its many laughs, and such scenes of undersea drama you've never before witnessed.

WITH-A DELICIOUSLY DARING COMEDY FEATURE, "TAXI TO PARADISE.*

A Fox Film for General Exhibition. SERVICE- Fonr Bl<- S>islons dally, at 11 a.m.. 2 p m.. 5 P "-. *nd 8 P.m. ATTEND THE 11 AM. SESSION-MISS THE CR07.T5S AND BENEFIT BY THE LOWER PRICES. Box Plans for Peserred Stalls. Dress Circle, and Royal Mezza alne at Becking Bureau Sute Shopping Block (M27971. Hamilton Webber's State Svra phony Orchestra at 2 and 8. Also showing. CTNE50TJND REVIEW. (Released by British

Espire Films.)

TO-DAY AT 11 A.M.-"HELL BELOW"-STATE,

.'Metro-Coläwvn-Maver Production 1

STATE THEATRETTE NEWS SERVICE,

Continuous. 10 ; m. till 11 p.m. ^^ Next State Theatre.

PRICES-Children 6d. Adults 1/. No Reserves No Free List. NOW SHOWING:

POPE LEAVES VATICAN-FOR FTRST TIME IN 63 YEARS.

Jardine Presents Cheques to Larwood and Voce-Mattera starts solo world flight-New London International 'Pfccne Erchange has 32 000.000 Sub;cribers-Prince of Wales Tours Duchv of Cornwall --Boy wins US. Open Uolf Championship-New Upside-down Firing Record-Ssortl&ht- "Clowning the Game --Emir of KatsLna Makes First Flight-Worlds Smsll-st Speed Car-Prehistoric Mammoths at

Cnlca»c-TraTtlogue: "High Spots of the Far East." Cinesound News, etc.. etc_

THE CAPITOL-(BRIGHTWAY, HAYMARKET)-NOW!

ror North. South, East, or West the Capitol. _ Is Located Best.

LORETTA YOUNG. "BELOW THE SEA."

In "ZOO IN BUDAPEST." With Ralph Bellamy, Fay Wray.

ÍA Fox Picture, for General Exhibition.) (A Columbia Picture, for General Exhibition.)

And "IS MY PALM READ." a Paramount Bettv Boop Cartoon, s

Cinesound Review and Universal Newsreel. 31 HOURS' SOLID PICTURE ENTERTArfîMENT. Con- tinuously from 10 a.m. to 11 p m. FULL SHOW at 10 a.m . 1 JO 4 30. 7.30 p.m. Box Plans at Capitol and SUte Booking Bureau. 'Phone. mess for Reserres. Cornmonsense Prices: 1/ to 2/6. Children 6d at any time._

LYCEUM-ALL-BRITISH PROGRAMME-NOW!

Ring MA2696 for Reserres.

"CALLED BACK" AND "EXCESS BAGGAGE."

- .''CALLED BACK" features a "EXCESS BAGGAGE." a comedy gem. stars spiendid east of dramatic stars, headed by the lnlmlUble Claude Allister.

Franklyn Dyall, Dorothy Boyd, and Lester (Both for General Exhibition.) _ Matthews.

.~_H£P-ÎLÏS MAGNIFICENT DRAMA AND CONVULSING COMEDY-REPRESENTING THE TRUE

ART OP THE BRITISH FILM INDUSTRY I

Latest edition of Cinesound Renew (Released by British Empire Films).

Four Dig de luxe sessions dally, commencing at 11 a tr... 2 p m ? 5 p m.. and 8 p.m. _

A programme of popular players.

REGENT! 'TROM HELL TO HEAVEN."

To-day! "From Hell to Heaven" Is a Paramount picture, with Carole Lombard. David Manners, Jack Oakle, and Adrienne Ames 11 LIVES-gambling their happiness on sixty reckless seconds. sUking hope on the horserace of the Century; their Destinies pass from Hell to Heaven. A.so

ROBERT MONTGOMERY IN "MADE ON BROADWAY."

A lietro-OoIdwyn-Majer picture, with. also. Madge Evans. Sally 211ers, Eugene Pauette, and Joseph Cawthorn. The story of a girl s rise from nowhrre to

The thrills, heartaches, tlltttr and glamour of the fastest street

sudden fame!

in the World.

Fox Movietone News Includes the wonders of Central Australia as revealed by Mackay expedition. Sun Porter's Orchestra of 20 In "Sunny." On stage, the Señoritas. Misses Violet Rogers. Evelyn Hall, and Marea Myles.

Continuons, 10 a.m. to 11 p m. De luxe presentations 2.15 and 7 45. Plans at Regent Theatre. State Booking Burean, Paling's. Hotel Australia, and Ushers. For Reserves ring

NfcAT SATURDAY: Richard Barthelmess. Dorothy Jordan, and Bette Davis In "CABIN Di THE COTTON" (General Exhibition), and Nancy Carroll, Cary Grant, and John Halliday in "THE

WOMAN ACCUSED."

AT PLAZA-"THE MIDSHIPMAID"-AT PLAZA.

Britain's New and Greatest Personality,

JESSIE MATTHEWS IN "THE MLDSHLPMAID."

Ten times funnier than 'TTie Middle Watch." A nautical laugh-maker that will break old records and set new ones! When beauty plays havoc with hearU on the quarter-deck, there's trouble ahead for the Navy. Hear the Sons Success. "One Little Kiss From You.'1 1000 SEATS, DAY and NIGHT. 1/ (except Saturday Nights and Holidays). Continuous, from

10 a.m. Sessions. 10, 2.15. 5, 8. Plans, Theatre. Paling's, Hotel Australia. SUte Shop- - ping Bureau. 'Phone. Theatre, MA6107, for Reserves.

ST. JAMES-COMIC OPERA-"FRA DIAVOLO"-NOW!

Direction: Sir Benjamin Fuller and John Fuller.

DAILY, AT ALL SESSIONS, AT 11 A.M., 2 P.M., 5 P.M., 8 P.M.

A Laughing and Melodious Hit! The Musical Sensation of the Century.

DENNIS KINO. DENNIS KING. DENNIS KING,

Famous SUr of "The Vagabond King." with the Voice of Gold, with over 1000 Famous Comedians, Dancers, and Singers. In the Screen's First Comic Opera. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's Beautiful "FRA DIAVOLO" ("The Devil's Brother"). The Enchanting and Beautiful Comic Opera of a Brocaded Bandit who loved Jewels and the ladies who wore them. Supporting Features Include: Metro News Gazette. Pete Smith in "Pig Skin." Charlie Chase Comedy, "Young Iron Sides:" Fitzpatrick Travel- ogue "Cuba. Land of the Rumba:" United Artist's Wait Disney SIHy Symphony, "Father Noah's Ark:'" and Isldor Goodman and the St. James Symphony Orchestra.

Ladles, attend the Morning Session, when prices are 1/. 1/6, 2/. Plans at Theatre. Thone. M6951.

SECOND MONTH-"TELL ME TO-NIGHT"-MAYFAIR.

Sir Benjamin Fuller and Mr. John Fuller, In association with British Dominions Films. Ltd.,

proudly present

JAN KIEPURA-SUCCESSOR TO CARUSO.

Singing the melody that has swept the world, also famous arias from "Rlgoletto." "La Travlata," and "La Boheme." Introduced as a logical part of

A DELIGHTFUL LCVE ROMANCE, SPARKLING WITH BREEZY COMEDY. IN SETTINGS OP RARE

BEAUTY.

Showing together with another Great British Production.

"HER FIRST AFFAIR." INTRODUCING IDA LUPINO.

Box Plans at the Mayfair Theatre. Tele.. MA3338. Cornmonsense Prices.

SESSIONS. 11 a.m.. 1.50. 4.50. and 8 p.m._

(3RD WEEK), HAVE YOU SEEN CHEVALIER'S BABY STAR IN

"A BEDTIME STORY" AT PRINCE EDWARD?

Maurice back again with a galaxy of ravishing beauty, headed by a sensational cast, Includ- ing Hollywood's newest "baby" star, whose gorgeous smile Is winning the hearts of all Sydney. Hear Chevalier sing "In the Park in Paree." "Home-made Heaven," "Msleu Baby," "Look What I've Got."

ASSOCIATE PROGRAMME: On the stage. Miss Dagmar Roberts, Sydney's brilliant young Planiste, in selections from her repertoire. Also Albert Cazabon and Concert Orchestra, {iresenting Souvenir (Urdla), "Coppella" iDcllbej). Also. "Easy on the Eyes," Paramount

.lack Sennett Comedy; "Australian Butter," a picture of great Interest to Australians; Paramount Pictorial, "Screen Song," and Gazette.

BOX PLAN ARRANGEMENTS' At Kiosk, next door to Theatre (B7771), Paling's. Hotel Aus- tralia Seats on sale six days In advance. Never let it be said you cannot afford a Prince Edward Show. Prices are arranged to suit all pockets: 1/. 1/6. at 11 a.m.: 2.15 Matinee, from 1/6; 5.30, Business Session, 1/6; Children, 6d day sessions.

ELISSA LANDI-NOW-AT EMPIRE.

At the comfortable Empire Theatre, Railway-square. Four Shows DaUy. 11. 2, S, 8. Prices from IA For Reserves 'Phone, MA1000.

"THE WARRIOR'S HUSBAND," "SWEEPINGS,"

With Ellssa Landl and David Manners. also with Lionel Barrymore and Gloria Stuart,

a Fox Picture. R.K.O. Picture.

CONSEVATORIUM OF MUSIC.

Director. W. Arundel Orchard. D. Mus.. PJLC M.

WEDNESDAY, 2nd AUGUST, AT 8 P.M. FOURTH SUBSCRIPTION CONCERT

CONSERVATORIUM ORCHESTRA.

Conductor: The DIRECTOR,

PROGRAMME:

1. Overture. 'The Marriage of Figaro" Mozart. 2. Pianoforte Concerto in D _ Haydn.

(Soloist: LAURENCE GODFREY SMITH.)

3. Symphony In B flat. Opus 20. Chausson. 4. Symphonie Poem. "The Enchanted Forest." Vincent Cindy. 5. Overture. "Leonore No. 3." Beethoven. RESERVED SEATS. 4/; Unreserved. 2/6. PLAN AT NICHOLSON'S.

FREDERICK HUTCHINS. Registrar. (J. 4876)

CONSERVATORIUM HALL. THURSDAY, AUGUST 3rd, AT 8 P.M.

FIRST APPEARANCE IN SYDNEY OF

GRACE SIMPSON, GRACE SIMPSON,

THE NEW AUSTRALIAN SOPRANO,

whom Musical Critics acclaim a, Coming Celebrity.

Plan opens at Paling's next Monday.

Prices. 5/9, 3/5 (Reserved), and 2/1.

Management, J. E. Brownlow. By arrangement with Leslie H. Mccallum.

CONSERVATORIUM HALL. FRIDAY, JULY 28, AT 8 P.M.

BRITISH MUSIC SOCIETY,

CONCERT BY THE

MASSED CHOIRS AND SOLOISTS

from the Annual Inter-schools Music and Elocution Competitions,

to be followed by a programme of B-ltlsh Works. Artists- Gwen Selva, Winifred Burston. M»ire MacMahon. Affiliated Schools 1/, Entrance at do<

Mlaw ^nADFORTH HOOPER. Hon. Organising Secretary,

258 George-street, city. 'Phone. B1622.

TOWN HALL, SYDNEY. EVERY SUNDAY AFTERNOON AT 2.45 O'CLOCK.

By arrangement with the Municipal Council of Sydney and the Professional Musicians.

ORCHESTRAL CONCERTS.

TO-MORROW: Mr. E. J. Roberta conducting "The City of Sydney Orchestra,' augmented by "The A-B.C Orchestra. Programme incluaes 'Impressions of Italy" (Charpentier), concerto in

ASSISTlßb "ARTISTS: Madame Fraser (Soprano). Mr Frank Hutchens (Solo Pianist), Mr. Ernest Truman. A.R C O. (Lelp.i. R.C.M.. City Organist. «,,?".? ."j

SUNDAY. 30th JULY: Mr. Andrew McCunn conducting the combined "City of Sydney and

.Theatre Royal" Orchestras. W^A^^tiffltgffin« and Mr. F. Sale.

BANKSTOWN DISTRICT 5th ANNUAL EISTEDDFOD,

TO BE HELD FROM SEPTEMBER 22nd TO OCTOBER 7th, 1933.

121 SECTIONS, comprising: National and Fancy Dancing. Junior and School Choirs, Vocal, Piano,

Violin, and Elocution.

Syllabus obtainable from Messrs. Paling's, Nicholson's. Chappel's, or from the Secretary.

W. S. CARTER. Viola. Weigand-avenue, Bankstown.

THE SPORT OF THE PEOPLE.

GREYHOUND RACING, HAROLD PARK,

TO-NIGHT, AT 8.

9 RACES. 9.

Champion O.C.A. FIELD

Paddington Municipal Band will be In attendance.

Take Birchgrove, Lilyfield. Balmain, Forest Lodge Trams.

DIRECTION .OREYHOUND COURSING ASSOCIATION, LTD.

RUGBY UNION-THIS SATURDAY.

North Subs, v Randwick .North Sydney.

?Manly v St. George.Manly. .....

West Bubs, v East. Hubs. .,.Concord (St. Lukes). university v Drummoyne .University.

First Grade 3.10 p.m, Reserve Grade, 1.45 p.m.

Ground 1/, Stand 1/ extra. Children, Ground 3d. Stand 3d extra.

AMUSEMENTS."

J. C WILLIAMSON, LTD. ' SYDNEY'S CHIEF THEATRES!

Managing Directors, B. J. TAIT, F. S. TAIT and J. H. TATT.

THEATRE ROYAL, AT 7.55. MATINEE TO-DAY AND WED., AT 2.

VICE-REGAL PERFORMANCE TO-NIGHT.

In the presen« of his Excellency the Governor. Sir Philip Game. Lady Game, and Stute.

"MUSIC IN THE AIR" AT THE THEATRE ROYAL.

INSINUATING AND LOVELY MELODIES THE GVYE5T FUN 2S?5fSr:5LABLY BEAUTIFUL SCENES, WONDERFUL VOICES* COLOURFUL STAGE SETTINGS. ROMANTIC STORY;

And a Perfect Cast and Chorus of 100.

SYLVIA WELLING, FRANK SALE,

Prima Donna from His Majesty s, London. The Tauber of the Stage.

CARRIE MOORE, CECIL KELLAWAY,

Australia s Greatest Farourlte. In the oest part of his career.

oTialSR^«SiL^iSîLM9SSE SIDVEY BURCHALL HENRY WENMAN. ITY KIRBY. NORMAN WISTER. SIDNEY WHEELER. LOO VERNON. JEAN DUNCAN LES DONACHEY, KATES TOWERS.

SATURDAY NIGHTS BOOKED. R.S. and DC 7/6; BACK STALLS (Bookabie at Paling's from 8 30 a-rn. en day of performance). 4/6: BALCONY. 2/5i. available at Hillier-», next Theatre, f-om BJO a.ns. on day of performance. At! prices plus tax. etc MATINEE PRICES; 6/. 4/, 2/. plus tax.

CRITERION THEATRE. AT 8. MATINEE TO-DAY and WED., AT 2.15.

"HONI SOIT" SEASON EXTENDED.

Owing to continuous and Increasing demand for Seats. ERNEST C. ROLLS an

^^ _ nounces that

THIS HUGE SPECTACULAR SHOW WILL CONTINUE TILL NEXT SATURDAY NIGHT.

T~-?I£N.¿T,PAVR,'9'S *nd CRITERION (THONE. MA5443). Upper Circle Seats at Theatre only. Tc-nlght, 2/. 3/. 4/. 5/. 6/1 Matinees. 1/. 2/. 3/. 4/. 5/. Pins Tax._

THS INDEPENDENT THEATRE funder the direction rf Doris Fitton) presents

"ONCE IN A LIFETIME."

A Hollywood Satire. In 3 Acts, by Moss Kart and George F. Kaufman.

AT

THE SAVOY THEATRE, BLIGH-ST, EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT, AT 8.

I Plans Nicholson's. 416 George-street, and Hotel Australia. (After 5 pm. Ring B5327 for reservations j at Theatre.) Prices- Reserved Stalls. 4/ (2/6 to members of the Independent Theatrei: Unreserved | Stalls. 2/6; Back Stalls. 1/6 (all prices Including Amusement Tax).

MAGIC OF PETER DAWSON-CABALLERO THRILLS 3000.

TOWN HALL AGAIN PACKED TO CAPACITY

at the third ?rondcrful concert given on Thursday night bv Peter Dawson, the World's Most Popular Singer, and Tapia-Caballero, the sensatlorally STJCC-ÎSÎJI Chilean Pianist.

FOURTH CONCERT, TOWN HALL, TO-NIGHT.

Owing to the length of to-night's brilliant programme, and for the general convenience of Mnsle lovers, patrons are requested to be seated by 8 o-cIock. at which time the doors will be closed and no one admitted until the conclusion of the first programme number.

_ Pfcim DAWSON w11! sir.R sor,»s bv Go-nod Schut.rt. Massenet. Davidson, and popular BALLAD SUCCESSES "BOOTS." "I TRAVEL THE ROAD" "TREES." "DRUM MAJOR." "DANNY DEVER," "MANDALAY," excerpt from 'THE BARBER OP SEVILLE." etc also

"HONOUR AND ARMS" (HANDEL». "THE BLIND PLOUGHMAN" (CLARKE). "HONOUR AND ARMS" (HANDEL!, "~tE BLIND PLOUGHMAN" ICLARKEI, "HONOUR AND ARMS" (HANDEL) "THE BLIND PLOUGHMAN" (CLARKE),

with

GRAND ORGAN ACCOMPANIMENT. GRAND OBOAN ACCOMPANIMENT. GRAND ORGAN ACCOMPANIMENT.

TAPIA-CABALLERO will play- FANTASIA (Moiart), Sonata APPASSIONATA (Beethoven), Gopak (Uoussorgsky). Prelude in A Minor (Debussyi.

At the Grand Organ. ERNEST TRUMAN. At the Piano. HUBERT GREENSLADE.

SPECIAL POPULAR MATINEE NEXT THURSDAY, AT 2.30.

! at which Mr. Dawson will featore "O STAR OF EVE" (Wagner) and "THERE IS A GREEN HILL"

| (GounodI. with GRAND ORGAN ACCOMPANIMENT 1000 tickets at 2/ and 3/. Plan now open.

I Farewell concert Next Saturday Night Plebiscite Programme. Music-lovers are Invited to j send to Mr. Dawson the names of songs they desire included Plan now open.

j Popular Bookings at Nlcholsoi's 4/. 5/, 6/ DAY SALES, If, 21. from 9 am. to-day.

500 TICKETS AT 2/ AND 3/ AT TOWN HALL DOORS FROM 7 O'CLOCK.

Ticket holders wUl be admitted from 6 50 p.m. The Peter Dawson Concerts will not be Broadcast.

Direction . J. and N. TAIT.

MOOREFIELD RACES.

THIS DAY, SATURDAY, JULY 22.

FIRST RACE, 1.35. LAST RACE, 455.

SPECIAL TRAINS from Central Raliway Station at 11.28, 11.39, 1L52, 12J, 12.12, 1 12.22, 12.36, from No. 12 Platform.

ORDINARY ELECTRIC SERVICE from St. ¿ames Station to Kogarah EVERY 15

MINUTES.

160 Castlereagh-street. 3. LAMROCK, Secretary.

RUGBY LEAGUE.

TO-DAY, SATURDAY.

' ' ST.' GEORGE V SOUTH SYDNEY_ SPORTS GROUND .... 3.15 pjn.

UNIVERSITY T BALMAIN . DRUMMOYNE OVAL .. 345 p.m. NORTH SYDNEY v EASTERN SUBURBS. CHATSWOOD OVAL, 3.15 pjn. WESTERN SUBURBS v NEWTOWN .. PRATTEN PARK . 3.15 pjn.

Early Matches commencing at 12 45 pm. will be played at each Ground.

ADMISSION (Including tax):

Adults: Ground 1/, Stands 1/ extra.

Children: Ground /3, Stands /3 extra.

Box Pian for Reserved Seats at Sydney Sports Ground (Including tax) /6 extra at League Office, 165 Phillip-street, Sydney. H. R. MILLER, Secretary.

THREE BIG ATTRACTIONS AT THE ZOO.

MONKEY CIRCUS, PERFORMING LIONS, KINDERGARTEN.

.The Monkey Circus al Taronga Park Is wonderful fun (2.30 p m ). The Performing Lions will thrill you (3 p.m.). The Kindergarten with all the baby animals will amuse the kiddles for hours. As well as these three big attractions there are hundreds of animals, birds, and fish at Taronga Park-many you may never have seen before. Picnic at the Zoo this week-end among Taromra's glorious lawns, flowers, and trees. Combined ferry and Zoo tickets obtainable at No. 4 Jetty, Circular Quay.

COME TO THE ZOO BY FERRY.

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A Week on the Snow, Travel. Hotel. Every Expense. Personal Conduct, Sporting Material. Tuition.

A Wonderful Holiday.

, LEAVE SYDNEY

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Ask for Pictorial Snow Folder and Programme.

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GOVERNMENT TOURIST CARS EVERY DAY.

Sydnev Sights and Beaches lhalf day). 8/3

Roseville Chase (half dayl . 10/

Kuring-gai Chase and Koala Bear Park (half day).,. 15/

Palm Beach. French's Forest (all dayl . 20/

Bulli Pass. National Park (all dayl . 22/6 Jenolan Caves and Blue Mountains (2 days I. 70/

Book at

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ROUND TRIPS AND TOURIST TICKETS.

Aerial Fllghls dally . from 10/

Aerial Service Sydney to Brisbane, dally except Sunday. £7

Berowra Round Tour (all dayl . 10/

Hawkesbury River-Newport-Manly (all day). 9/ Hawkesbury River-Wlndsor-Wlseman's Ferry 'nil day). 17/6

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Canberra 3-day tour iTuesday onlji . 102/

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_Challis House (opposite G P.O ). Sydney._ SYDNEY TO BRISBANE. SYDNEY TO MELBOURNE.

SYDNEY TO ADELAIDE.

TOURIST EXCURSION FARES BY EXPRESS TRAINS EVERY DAY.

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MT. BUFFALO, NATIONAL PARK (VIC).

Ski-lng, Skating, Tobogganing, and Exhilarating Snow Fun on the Snow-capped Heights of the Great

Buffalo Plateau.

A TEN-DAY TOUR FROM SYDNEY FOR £9/10/.

During Carnival (July 28th to August 17thl, £2 extra.

Particulars at NEW SOUTH WALES GOVERNMENT TOURIST BUREAU, Challis House, Martin place. Sydney. . (J.4473.)

SUBURBAN PICTURE THEATRES.

BRIGHTON.-Ronald Colman in "Cynara," and

Stanley Lupino In "Sleepless Nights."

BROADWAY. George-st.-Diana Wynyard. "Men

Must Fight." '-Sailors' Luck." Sally Ellers.

IJONDL Six Ways Theatre.-Sally Ellers and JJ Sammy Cohen in "Sailor's Luck;" Barbara Stanwyck In -Ladies They Talk About." FW1134.

ClONCORD CENTRAL.-Ritó. 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. "I

' am a Fugitive" and 'Three on a Match."

"Wed

Cf

C«ROYDON. De Luxe.-Jean Harlow. 'Red Headed

> Woman." George Brent, "Luxury Liner."

CHATSWOOD. Arcadia. J2832_John Barrymore

' In "Bill of Divorcement." and Allson Skipworth Roland Young. In "A Lady's Profession."_ 11LOVELLY.-Lupe Vêlez. L« e Tracy. "Half Naked V' Truth": James Dunn Bally Ellers. "Sailor's Luck," Abdy's Animal Circus ion stage).

DRUMMOYNE.-"Bring 'Em Back Alive" and

Georpe Raft In "Night After Night." Drum. 55B DULWICH HILL. Britannia.-Ruth Chatterton.

Frisco Jenny." "HBlf Naked Truth." Lee Tracy. DOUBLE BAY. Hovt!.-Henry Edwards. Anna

Neagle In 'The Flag Lieutenant." also Geo. Raft. Wynne Gibson. "Night After Night." FM2850 ITiASTWOOD.-Marshall Ruggles, "Evenings ' for

-j Sale." W. Williams. J. Blondell. "3 on a Match" 1.MVEDOCK Victory.-Geneviève Tobin, "Pleasure

Cruise." George Raft In "Night After Night." GORDON. 2.15 and 8-Jean Hcrsholt. "Crime of

the Century." Slim Summerville. "Out All Night" HABERFIELD.-Geneviève Tobin In "Pleasure

Cruise" and Geo. Raft In "Night After Night." ORN8BY,-"Rio Rita." John Boles. Bebe Daniels. Wheeler. Wonlsev: "False Faces." L. Sherman. HURLSTONE PARK.-O. Brent. "Luxury Liner."

"Walking Down Broadway." Caledonian Band. HURSTVILLE. Queen's.-"Tiger Shark." Edward

O. Robinson: "Out All Night." 811m Summerville

H

KING'S CROSS.-"A Lady's Profession," Alison

Skipworth. R. Young. "Fast Workers." J. Gilbert KÖOARAH. Victory.-Edward Robinson. 'Tiger

Shark;" Bill Boyd. "Lucky Devils."

- I SUBURBAN PICTURE THEATRES. . TANE COVE. Rio. J2870_Jean Harlow. 'Red- !

-j Headed Woman. ' G. Tobin, -pleasure Cruise.

E1CHHARDT. Marlborough.-Geneviève Tobin In -> "Pleasure Cruise" and "Night After Night."

LEICHHARDT. Strand.-Geneviève Tobin In -Plea

sure Cruise." and "Night After Night."

IINDFIELD.-Bebe Daniels in -Rio Rita." also

-i "Crime of the Century."_ AroRTDALE.-Herbert Marshall. "Evenings for *'* Sale." -The Big Ca?e.' stage turn. LW1219. \ I OSMAN. Australian. Y2531.-Jessie Matthews. .TA -There Goes the Bride." "Men of Steel."

MOSMAN. Kinema. Y2718.-John Barrymo.-c In

"Bill of Divorcement." and Allson Skipworth. Roland Young. In "A Lady's Profession."___ f^EWTOWN. Hub.-"Crime of the Century," Mitii 1* Green In "Little Orphan Annie."_

X'EUTRAL BAY. Southern Cross. X1201.-Roland J-' Young in "Wedding Rehearsal" and Jean Her sholt In "Crime of the Century." '_ 1 HADDINGTON. Oxford.-Geneviève Tobin in

? "Pleasure Cruise." and "No Other Woman."

IJARRAMATTA. Roxy. at 2 a.id 8.-"In the Wake

of the Bounty." also "Three on a Match." stage. 1>ETERSHAM.-Ronald Colman. "Cynara." Ruth

Chatterton. "Prisco Jenny."_ ROCKDALE. Acme.-"The Big Cage." Clyde Beatty

. also "Lucky Devils." Bill Boyd._ ROCKDALE. Rex.-Ronald Colman In "Cynara, '

also Ed. G. Robinson in "Tiger Shark."_ HOSE BAY. Wlntergarden.-H. Edwards. "The

Flag Lieutenant." O. Raft. "Night After Night" RYDE. Spanish.-Matinee and S, "Pleasure Cruise."

? "13 Women " Also Laurel and Hardy._ RANDWICK.-"Rasputin and the Empress." the

3 Barrymores, Diana Wynyard. "Sailor's Luck." James Dunn, SaUy Ellers. Reserves, FX3498. FX4517 STANMORE.-"Red-Headed Woman." Jean Har

low. also "Crime of the Century." S. Erwin. CJT. PETERS.-James Dunn In "Walking Down IJ Broadway." and "Men Must Fight."_ SUMMER HILL.-George Brent In "Luxury Liner." i

also 'The Bl* Cage."_ SUTHERLAND.-Matinee To-night,, "Where Is This

Lady?" and "Out All Night."_;_?

WILLOUGHBY. Royal.-"Luxury Liner," Stanley

Lupino In "Sleepless NighU.'' musical comedy.

AMUSEMENTS.

The Dancing World oí Australia looks to

FRANCES SCULLY'S SCHOOL OF DANCING,

And the School responds with another Innovation to further enhance Its already high reputation.

ITS LATEST "SERVICE."

Miss Lorraine Horton, o.' Loaders, has arrived In Sydney. Miss Norton Is an Advanced Mem- ber and Examiner of the Operatic Association o: Great Britain. Also a FtUcw of the Imperial Society of Dance Teachers, and Judge of the Sur and Columbia Ballroom Dancing Champion- ships. Also solo dancer at Coven". Garden and Drury Lane Theatre.

NOW AT FRANCES SCULLYS SCHOOL OF DANCING.

Mlsr Norton is visiting Australia on a trip of -ticrvaUon. She has attached herself to the above School, and Is Instructing teachers and students privately.

Full particulars at W.e Studio. Paling's Buildings, Ash-street. Sydney. Tele, B5816.

RICHARD WHITE DANCING ACADEMY.

SYDNEY'S OUTSTANDING TEACHER.

BALLET MASTER to J C. Williamson, Ltd., Prince Edward. Hoytj Suburban Theatres.

DANCE PRODUCER for Beaunson'-Smilh's new talkie. "THE HAYSEEDS."

Richard White's outstanding ability as a teacher has been gained through being taught in England and the Continent, by the worin t finest teachers, and afterwards d'neing tn the world's best theatres, over a long period cf years-Drury Lane; London Coliseum; London Pavilion, etc.; Folles Bergères. Paris; Wintergarden, Berlin; Apollo, Vienna; Royal, Budapest; Yard, Moscow; Palace, New

York-etc.

TEACHERS of Ballet. Operatic Toe. Tap, Ballroom, etc Business Class for Men and -Women. Juvenile Classes. Wednesday and Saturday. Popular Ballroom Class every Tuesday, at 8.

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NEW SOUTH WALES JUVENILE ORCHESTRA,

NOW REHEARSING FOR CONCERT.

LAST SATURDAY'S INITIAL PRACTICE WAS AN UNQUALIFIED SUCCESS.

All toys and girls from 8 to l8 years are Invited to Join. A splendid chance for Juveniles to learn an instrument and play In an Orchestra. Special preparatory classes for those not hav- ing learned before. Those not having an instrument can make special arrangements to secure one.

Practice every Saturday morning at 11 a¿n., in Studio 21, Paling's Buildings, Ash-street. Join now to partake in first Concert. _

Parents. Guardians, and Teachers may obtain further particulars from CARL SAUER, F.Sc.I^A-, Musical Director. Paling's Bulldtngs, Ash-street. 'Phones. J4925 (private) and BW503B (city).

THE ROYAL ACADEMY OF DRAMATIC ART,

DIRECTED BY EDWARD HOWELL AND THERESE DESMOND

(la association with The Swords Club and Incorporating THE EXPERIMENTAL

THEATRE),

offers a unique opportunity to those desiring to train for the STAGE. SCREEN, and ALLIED ARTS (Including Fencing and Classical Dancing under Mr. Frank Stuart), either proftsstonaHy or as a hobby. Courses include Voice Production, (Speaking and Singing), Speech, Gesture. Deportment, Dramatic Characterisation and Make-up. All Lessons are Private and are given in the Academy's own Theatre. Full particulars and Prospectus may be obtained free on application to the Secretary, 6th Floor, David Jones' Chambers. 355 George-street. Telephone. BW6826

LEGAL NOTICES.

COMMONWEALTH OF

THE BANKRUPTCY ACT

X11

IN THE MATTER OF DEED OP ARRANGEMENT (ASSIGNMENT) BETWEEN BERTIE THOMAS SMITH MASTER PLUMBER, of 4 Rochester stree HOMEBUSH AND HIS CREDITORS

1 OTICE OF INTENTION TO DECLARE

DI\ IDEND

Notice Is hereby given that I Intend on Thurs day the 10th August 1933 to declare a second dividend to be paid to the unsecured creditors of the above Estate All c editors WHO have no. as .

Notice that, unless their proofs are received by me on or before Wednesday, the 9th August 1933 the dividend will be declared and paid without regard to their claims

Dated at Sydney this twentieth day of July, 1933

CHARLES A LAW

Chartered Accountant (Aust-1

Stanton House 133 Pitt-street.

Sydney

IN THE SUPREME COURT OP NEW SOUTH

WALES-Probate Jurisdiction.-In the Estate of MARTIN ROWELL ODAM of Westgate Balcombe avenue Worthing tn the County of Sussex, Eng- land Retired Agricultural Engineer, deceased In- testate-Application will be made after fou-teen days from the publication hereof that Letters o' Administration of the Estate of the abovenamed deceased granted by the Principal Probate Regis- try of his Majesty s High Court of Justice England may be Sealed with the Seal of this Honourable Court and aU persons having claims agalns. the said Estate mu*t render the same In detail to the undersigned on or before the 21st day of Au- gust, 1933 W J KESSELL, Public Trustee, St James Buildings Elisabeth stree' Sydn*y_

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH

WALES -Probate Jurisdiction-In the Will of CHRISTOPHER DENIS GEARIN late of Randwick near Sydney In the Stat» of New South Wales Mer- chant deceased-Notice Is hereby given that the Ninth Accounts in the above Estate have this day been filed In my office Supreme Court Sydney And that aU persons having any claim on the said estate or being otherwise Interested therein are hereby required to come In before me at my said office on or before the eighth day of August at 10 30 o clock of the forenoon and Inspect the same and if they shall think fit object thereto otherwise if the said Accounts be not objected to the sime will be examined by me and passed according to law And Notice is also hereby given that on the allow- ance of the said Accounts by the Court commission wlU be applied for on behalf of the said Executors Dated at Sydney this fourth day of July AX>, 1933 CHAS E. BUTCHART L-S Registrar JOHN WILLIAMSON and SONS, Proctors for Executors 163 King street Sydney_

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH

WALES -Probate Jurisdiction -In the WIU of CHARLES CARPENTER la.e of Hornsby near Syd ney in the S'ate of New South Wales Labourer deceased -Notice Is hereby given that the First Accounts In the above Estate have this day been filed In my office Supreme Court Elizabeth-street Sydnev and that all persons having nny claim on the said Estate or being otherwise interested there- in are hereby required to come In before

my said office on or before the twenty-first day of August at 10 30 o clock in the forenoon and Inspect the same and if they shall think fit object there- to otherwise If the said Accounts be not objected to the same wUl be examined by me and passed according to law Dated at Svdney this twenty first day of July A-D 1933 CHAS E BUTCHART

y of Regl,

(I*S I Registrar

IN THE SUPREME OÖÜRT OP NEW SOUTH

WALES -Probate Jurisdiction -In the Will of NEPTUNE FREDERICK CHRISTOS Ute of Earl- ham 40 Lauderdale-avenu. Manly In the State of New South Wales Retired Bank Manager deceased - Pursuant to the provisions of the Wills Probate and Administration Act 1898 of the Testators Family Maintenance and Guardianship of Infants Act 1916 and of the Trustee Act 1925 Notice is hereby given that all creditors and other persons having any claim or demand upon or against the Estate or otherwise Interested in the property and assets of the abovenamed deceased who died at Manly on the seventh day of AprU 1933 and Probate of whose Will and four Codicils was granted by the Supreme Court of New South Wales In Its Probate Jurisdic- tion on the tenth day of July 1933 to PERPETUAL TRUSTEE COMPANY (LIMITEDI of 33-39 Hunter street Sydney are hereby required to send on or before the twenty-fifth day of September next full particulars of their claims and demands upon the said Estate or in respect of the said propertj and assets or any part thereof to PERPETUAL TRUS- TEE COMPANY (LIMITED) 33 39 Hunter-street Sydney at the expiration of which time the said Perpetual Trustee Company (Limited) as Execu- tor of the Will and four Codicils of the said de- ceased Intends to proceed to administer the said Estate and to convey and distribute the property and assets of the said deceased to and among the parties and persons entitled thereto having regard only to the claims and demands of which they sholl then have notice And the said Company will not in resp.ct of the property and assets or any part thereof so conveyed or distributed be liable to anv person of whose claim they shall not have had notice at the time of such conveyance or distribu- tion Dated this seventeenth day of July 1933 For PERPETUAL TRUSTEE COMPANY (LIMITED) R COPLAND LETHBRIDGE, Managing Director FISHER and MACANSH, Proctors 70 King street Svdney_^^^_^

ÎN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH

WAI ES -Probate Jurisdiction-In the Will of LILLIE BARTLETT late of Kirketon Private Hotel Darlinghurst road Darlinghurst near Sydney In the State of New South Waies Widow deceased -Pur- suant to the Wlllo Probate and Administration Act 1898 and the Testators Family Maintenance and Guardianship of Infants Act 1916 Notic» Is hereby given that every credl'or or other person having any claim against the Estate of the abovenamed deceased who died on or about the twenty ninth day of May 1933 and Probate of whose Will was on the eighteenth day of July 1933 granted by the Supreme Court of New South Wales to THE UNION TRUSTEE COMPANY OP AUSTRALIA LLMITED JOHN WYATT and CYRIL BARTLETT the Execu- tors named In the said Will Is hereby required to send particulars in writing of such claim to the sa'd The Union Trustee Company of Australia Limited John Wyatt and CVTII Bartlett or to the undersigned the Proctors for the Executors men- tioned on or before the thirtieth dav of September 1933 at expiration of which time the said Execu- tors will proceed to distribute the assets of the said deceased amongst the persons entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which thev then have notice And notice is hereby further given tint the said Executors will not be liable for the assets or any part thereof so distributed to any person of whose claim they shall not have had notice at the time of such distribution Dated this twenty first day of July 1933 PERCY L WILLIAM- SON and CO Proctors for th» said THE UNION TRUSTEE COMPANY OF AUSTRALIA LLMITED JOHN WYATT and CYRIL BARTLETT Savings

Bank ChimbTS 14 Castlereagh street Sydney_ IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH

WALES -Probate Jurisdiction -In the Will and Codicil Of ROBEPT JOSEPH DUFFIELD ROTTON (known as Hobert Joseph Rottonl late of Sydnev In the State of New South Wales Retired Civil Servant deceased-Application will be made after fourteen days from the publication he-eof that Probate of the last Will and Testament and Codi- cil thereto of the abovenamed deceased maj be granted to PERPETUAL TRUSTEE COMPANY (LIMITED) the Executor named in the said Will All persons having anv claim against the said Estate are requested to send particulars thereof to and all notices mav be served at the office* of the undersigned Dated this twentv-ftrst day of July 1933 THOMPSON ard LcFEVPE P-ccturs for the Executor Llthcow Bv their Agents ELLISON-RICH and CRAWFORD 10 BUgh-street

Svdnev

TN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW tiOUTH

WALES -Probate Jurisdiction -In the Estate of WILLIAM JOHN RETALLICK late of Moonta Bay In the State of South Australia Miner decensed Intestate -Appl'cation will be made after fourteen days from the publication hereof that Letters of Administration ot the Estate of the abovenamed deceased granted to LILY RETALLICK by the Supreme Court of South Australia miy be sealed with the seal of this Honourable Court and all persons having nny claims against the Estate of the said deceased arc required co forward partlcu lars thereof to the undersigned within the said period and all notices may be served at the under- mentioned address Dated this eighteenth dav of July 19J3 JOHN R EDWARDS SON and BROWN Proctors for the Applicant A-sent street Broken Hill By theil Agents Messrs PIGOTT STINSON MACGREGOR and PALMER Solicitors Castle rcigh House 2 Castlereach-street Svdney_ IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH

WALES -Probate Jurisdiction -In the Will of EDMUND GEORGF HARVEY H te of KanlmnH Valley Little Hartley In the State of New South Wales Grazier dece-ised-Application will be mrde after fourteen dars from the publication heieof that Probate of the last Will and Testament of the abovenamed deceased may be granted to AMELIA SARAH HARVFY OLIVE STONEHAM and MAC- QUARIE HARVEY the Exécutrices and Executor named In the said Will and all notices may be served at the olliccs of the undersigned All credi- tors In the Estate of the deceased are hereby cqulred to send In particulars of their claims to the undersigned JOSEPH J JAOELMAN and SON 1 n Pitt-street Svdnev Proctors for the Applicant

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH

WALES -Probate Jurisdiction -In the Will and two Codicils of JAMES BARTHOLOMEW late of Maryborough In the State of Queensland Bawmlll'r deceased -Application will be made after fourteen days from the publication hereof that Probate of the Will and two Codicils of the abovenamed de- ceased granted bv the Supreme Court of Queensland to QUEENSLAND TRUSTEES LIMITED the sole Executor In the said Will named may be sealed with the Seal of this Court and ill persons havin» any claims against the Estate are required to for- ward particular» thereof to the undersigned within tho said period All notices mBy be served at the undermentioned addres«. ABBOTT nd "'.E*'

Proctois for the Executors, Castlereagh House, 2b Cutlereagh-street Sydney.

LEGAL NOTICES

1* THE SUPRS^iE COURT Or" NEW SOUTH

WALES-Probate Jurisdiction-In -he Will and CodlcU of RICHARD JOHN WILD lite of 1» High street Manly In the State of New South Wales Mas.cr Carn- deceased-Pursuant to the provl slons of the Wills Probate and Admlnls ration Act 1898 of the Testato-s Famt,y Maintenance and Guardianship of Infants Act 1916 and of the Trus

tee Act 1925 No ice is hereby given that aU cred to-s and other persons having any claim or demand upon or against the Es ate or otherwise In.trcsted in the Property and Assets of the above

named deceased who died at ¿anly on the first day of March 1933 and Probate of whose Will and CodlcU was granted by the Supreme Coi rt of New South Wales In Its Probate Jurisdiction on the eleven h day of July 1933 to PERPETUAL TRUS TEE COMPANY (LIMITED), of 33 39 Hunter street Sydney and HARRY JAMES BRIGDEN Accountant of 19 Castlereagh street Sydney a e hereby re

tuired to send oa or befo e the twenty fifth day of

"P ember nex» fuU particulars of their claims and demands UPOT the said Estate or In respect of the said Property and Assets or any part there

of to Perpetual Trustee Company (Limited) 33 39 Hunter street Sydney at the expiration of which time the said Perpetual Trustee Company (Limited I and Harry James Brigden as Executors of the W1U ard Codicil of the said deceased Intend to pro ceed to administer the said Estate and to convey and distribute the Property and Assets of the said deceased to and among the parties and pe

sons ent tied thereto having regard only to the claims and demands of which they «hal! then have no ce And the sa d Company and Harry James Brigden wiU not in respect of the Prope ty and Assets or any part thereof so conveyed or dis trlbuted be liable to an} pe son of whose claim they shall not bave had notice at the time of such come}ance or distribution D3ted this seven teenth day of July 1933 For PERPETUAL TFUa TEE COKJANY (LIMITED I R, COPLAND LITH BRIDGE Managing Director J J MULLIGAN

Proctor

IN THE SUPREME COURT OP NEW SOUTH

WALES-Probate Jurisdiction-In the Will of LUDWIG OTTO SCHNEIDER late of Blaneme Wy balena road Hunter s Hill In the State of New South Wales Wool buver deceased -Pursuant to the provisions of the Wills Probate and Administration Act 1898 of the Testator s Family Maintenance and Guardianship of Infants Act 1916 and of the Trustee Act, 1925 Notice Is hereby given that aU creditors and other persons having any claim or demand upor o against th- Estate or otherwise irterested in the property and assets of the above named deceased who died at Hunter s Hill on the twenty second da7 of Febrairy 1933 and Probate of whee Will was granted by the Supreme Court of New South Wales In Its Probate Jurisdiction on the fif h day of July 1933 to PERPETUAL TRUSTEE COMPANY (LIMITED) of 33 39 Hunter stree S d ney are hereby requ red to send on or befo e the twenty fifth day of September next fi 11 partlcu lars of their claims and demands upon the said Estate or in respect of the said property and a"ets or any part thereof to PERPETUAL TRUS TEE COMPANY (LIMITED) 33 39 Hunter street Sydney at the expiration of which time the said Perpetual Trustee Company (Limited) as Executor of the Will of the said deceased Intends to proceed to administer the said Estate and to convey and distribute the property and ass«.s of the said de ceased to and among the parties and persons en t tied there o having regard only to the claims and demands of which they shall then have notice And the said Company wtU not in respect of the pioperty and assets or an} part thereof so conveyed or distributed be liable to any person of whose claim they shall not have had notice at the time of such conveyance or distribution Dated this 'even teenth day of July. 1933 For PERPETUAL TRUS- TEE COMPANY (LIMITEDI R COPLAND LETH BRIDGE Managing Director MINTER SIMPSON and COMPANY Proctors Union Bank Chambers Hunter street Sydney

IN THE SUPREME COURT OP NEW SOUTH

WALES-Probate Jurisdiction-In the Will of EDWARD NELSON late of Sydney in the State of New South Wales Financier decea-ed-Pursuant to the provisions of the Wills Probate and Ad ministration Act 1898 of the Testators Family Maintenance and Guardianship of Infants Act 1918 and of the Trustee Act 1925 No Ice Is hereby given that all Creditors and other persons having any debts claims or demands of what kind soever upon or affecting the Estate o- being otherwise interested In the property and assets of the above named deceased (who died on or about the twentv

sixth day of Feb uary 19331 and Probate of whose Will was granted by the Supreme Court of New Soath Wales In Its Probate Jurisdiction on the thirteenth day of July one thousand nine hundred and thirty three to the PERMANENT TRUSTEE COMPANY OP NEW SOUTH WALES LIMITED the Ex-cutor named in the said Will are hereby re quired to send In particulars of such debts claims and demands to the said Executor on or before the twenty fifth day of September next at the expiration of which time the said Exccu or will proceed to convey and/or distribute the property and assets of the said deceased among the persons entitled thereto having regard to the debts claims and demands only of which It shall then ha c had notice and the said Executor will not be liable for the property and assets so conveyed and/or dis

trlbuted to anv person of whose debt claim or demand It shall not have had notice at the time of such conveyance and/or distribution Dated this twentieth day of July 1933 For the PER MANENT TRUSTEE COMPANY OF NEW SOUTH WALES LIMITED J W BARNES Manager T

MICHELL Proctoi 92b Pitt street Sydney_

IN THE SUPREME COURT OP NEW SOUTH

WALES-Probate Jurisdiction-In the Will of CHRISTIAN GEORGE WICHT late of Artarmon In the State of New South Wales Retired Farmer deceased -Application will be made after fourteen days from the publication hereof that Letters of Administration with the last Will and Testament of the abovenamed deceased annexed may be granted to ETHEL JOSEPHINE WICHT one of the Bene dolarles named n the said Will the Executrix named therein having predeceased the Testator and that the usual admlnls ration bond may be dispensed with All persons having any claims against the said Estate are required to furnish particulars thereof to the undersigned within the said pe lod of fourteen days and all notices may be served at the undermentioned address G W MARSH Proctor for the Applicant Eldon Cham bers 92b Pitt street Sydnev_ XN THE SUPREME COUPT OF NEW SOUTH

WALES -Probate Jurisdiction -In the Estate of DANIEL BREEN late of Kllmi d lane In the County of Clare Irish Free State Farmer deceased intestate -Appllca Ion will be made after fourteen days from publication hereof that I ettcrs of Ad ministration of the Estate of the abovenam«d de ceased (or a certified copy thereofl granted by the High Court o' Justice of the Irish Free Stat" miv be sealed with the seal of this Honourable Court and all persons hnving any claln against the Estate of the said deceased are rqulred to forward pcrtl«-ulars thereof to the undersigned within the said period and all notices mav be served at the

ndermentioned address W J ENRIGHT and SKfL TON Proctors for the Applicant West Maitland Bv their Agents TAYLOR and KEARNEY Solid tors 77 Castlereagh street Svdney_ IN THE SUPREME COURT OP NEW SOUTH

WALES-Probate Jurisdiction-In the Will of JAMES BARLING late of Gordon In the State of New South Wales Gentleman deceased -Application will be made after fourteen diys from publication hereof that Probate of the Will of the abovenamed decased may be g anted to JAMES BENNETT BARLING ind THE PERMANENT TRUSTEE COM PANY OP NEW SOUTH WALES LIMITED two of the Executors named in the Will the Etecutrlx Mary Barling named therein having renounced Pro

bate and a 1 persons having anv claim against the Estate of ti e «aid deceased are required to forward pirtlculars thereof to the undersigned within the said period and all notices mav be served at the mdormentloned address FISHER and MACANSH Proctors for the Executors '0 72 Klnc stree' Svdnev TN THE SUPREME COURT OP NEW SOUTH s- WALES -Probate J irlsdlctlon -In the Will ol ALEXANDER SMITH late of Valla near Macksville In the State of New South Wales Farmer deceased - Application will be made after fourteen days from the publication hereof that Probate of the last Will of the abovenamed deceased mnv be granted to MAUD TMITH RONALD ALEXANDER SMITH and ALFRED WILLIAM SMITH the Executrix and Exec itors named In the said Will And all notices may be served at the office of the undersigned And all persons hrvlng any claim against the Estate of the said deceased are required to send full par

tie Uara thereof to the Executors in care of the

ndersicned within such fourteen days WALTER ADRIAN STONE Proctor for Fxec itors Macksville IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH

WALES-Probate Jurisdiction-In the Will of RACHEI TAYLOR late of 8 Spofforth street Crc morne in the State of New south Wales Married Worrnn deceased -Application will be made after fourteen days from the publication hereof that Probate of he last Will and Testament of the abovenamed deceased mav be gTanted to FRANK LOW THOMPSON of Meredith street Homebush Director the Executor named In the said Will and all notices may be served at the offices of the undersigned All Creditors In the Estât» of the deceased are hereby required to send In pirtlcu lara of their claims to the undersigned within the raid fourteen days THOMAS ROSE and DAWES Proctors for Executor London Bank Chambers l8 20 Martin place Svdnev___ IN THE SUPREME COURT OP NEW SOUTH

WAI ES-Probate Jurisdiction-In the Will of ANDREW RAMSAY DOWNIE late of Woonona in the State of New South Wales Blacksmith de ceased-Application will be mBde after fouitcen days from the publication hereof that Probate of the Will of the abovenamed deceased may be crintcd to EMILY HARRIET DOWNIE tho Executrix in the said Will named All persuns having any claims against the Estate of the «aid deceased are hereby rcùuired to furnish particulars to the undersigned within the said period and all notices mav br served at the undermentioned address RUSSELL nnd McLELLAND Proctors for the Executrix Wollongong

LEGAL NOTICES.

lNm7M, SCPRUME COURT OF Wf-SÔuTn X WALES -Probate Jurtsdlct cn -In tv. w?>i?. LEONARD ANST1CE PAVITT late et xe^B.el

Moss Vale In the S.ate of New So!.h wfil Grî?

líí"<!<K!mít'L--"ursuant to the p*trrj*?oai ef £. Wills Probate and Adrrln strstlon Ac i?S Vf .5e Testator's Family "alatenance «nd O are ÎLNÎ of Infants AC 1916 and of t?« T-¿te. A,?

aid othe- pe-sons har'ng sn- c1» a c- di~i,3 upon or against fe Es'ate or o -e-?j, - V-Ti *S fa the property and assets o' f . »bore-T-.^",!? ceased who died at Moss Vale 03 -he «math í£ of Ap-ti isa-» .nd Probate of who». 5T £*,' granted bv the Sap-eme Coj-t cf New S^ii wi« lo I s Proba e Ju l«d ctlon on fe » event'- dïv S Julv 1933 to PERPETUAL TPÜSTEE COMPAQ

(UMTTED) or 33-39 Hunte- st eet ST^ÎT AJ5, 5;T*^-««JoJred to send on o- ue'eie the t?e-tT

pany ¡Lin-ited) -J 39 Hun'rr « ree ST*-«'""»'. the exnlration of which time ti- tal* p.->.t ,,1 Trus ee Coupany (Limfed) as Exec 0- 7' Si

admlnls'er the s» 3 Eo at« ard «o c-nver ,,5 distribute the prope-y and assets o' t" Aid deceased to end arnoig the parti-s aid ». sons »Î

titled the-c'o havlig regard onlv to testes and demands of which thev shall then hare ne « And the said Company will no in -tr-«- o' ."» prope-*y end assets or anv pa-* th« to' tX r"

veyed or dis rlbuted be liable to any -»-¿J". whose claim thev sha 1 not hive had co .% > (hi time of such conveyance 0- dlst-IS»! « Da ed this seventeenth day of July 1933 For PE?n~T?iÎî TRUSTEE COMPANY (LIMITED R COPI it.Vi

rfJHB-^B Managing D reco «K^OLD

and JOVES v^-octors _

IN THE SUPREME COURT OP ' ST~Êo5=H

WALES.-Prob-vte Ju-lsdlc*!oi -In fe *i rît JOHN NOONAN late of 20 Hoi-hland -osd Be"eva. Hill but former'y of Orange In the State c1 Ne» South Wales Retired G s-e oeeeajed-p- > a-t to the provisions of th- Wills P-oba e and Ai- n \ trallon Act 1893 of the Testators Fi=ur >»»D tenance and Guardianship o' ¡rf?i.s A ISIS aid of the T ustee Act 1°:5 Not '» a ». ebr given that all creditors and othe pe-sens inra-í any claim or de-land upon 0- aga is* f . v.^ . or otherwise Interested in fe t)rop»rtr and a «j» j of the abovenamed deceased who died a Be>re H 11 oí the thirteenth day of April 1033 así o- ,t| of whose will w-15 granted by the Suo-t-e Oc-t of New Sou h Wales m M P-obate Ju"'t.~_a oí the fix h div of Julv 1933 to PEPPT-vi, TRUSTEE COMPANY (LTViTTEDI Of 33 39 F=^

-tree. Sydney are hereby reoulred to send cr - befo-e (he tweity fifth day of Sep rs^t- n.r *-j particulars of their clalTS rnd de-aids c^s lve said Eslate 0- 'n respect of th» said p-c-x-* and assets or air pa-t tt-e-cof to Pe-pet al T-zre Company (Limited) 33 39 Punter street STÍC'T at the expiration of vi ch time th» sa d Pe-ce* ii Trus ee Company (Lmlted) as Execjto- o' the Wl 1 of the said deceased interds to p-ccttd to admlilster the said Estate and to convey a-d dis ribute the p-opcr*y and assets of the ia d deceived to and ar-ong the parties and p» «eil entitled the eto having regsrd onlv to fe t-alrj and demands of wh ch they shall thei have notice and the said Company w11 rot in -eir>nt o' the proper y and assets 0- aiv part th» eo' «o con- veyed or distributed be li-vble to anv pe-son of whose claim they shaU no. have had io-.ee at the tine of such coive-arce or dlstrlbjtloi Dated this «e-entcnth dav of July 1933 Fo PERPETUAL TRUST E J COVPANi (LIVTTED) " COPMVD LFThBPIDGE Maias ng D*recto H H LEH and BALDOCK Proc os O ange By thej Sydney Avent« COLQUHOUN ard KTNG_ IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH

WALES -Probate Jurisdictlon -In the Will of     MATHEW JORGENSEN late of Rooty Hill in the   State of New South Wales Labourer deceased -   Application will be made after fourteen days from   the publication hereof that Probate of the last Will of the abovenamed deceased may be granted to ROSE CATHERINE JORGENSEN the Executors   named in the said Will HUBERT JAMES JOHNSON and CLEMENT GEORGE JOHNSON the Executors therein named having duly renounced Probate and     all notices and claims are to be served at the   undermentioned address Mrs R C JORGENSEN 20 Lane steet Wentworthville. IN THE SUPREME COURT OP NEW SOUTH

WALES -Probate Jurisdiction -In the Will and Codicil of »ÎARIA MOORE late of Bowral In the State of New South Wales M.rrled Woman de- ceased -Application will be made after foartetn days from publication hereof that Proba'e of th» Will and Codicil of the aboveiamed deceased cay be granted to ELIZABETH JULIA MOORE the tola Executrix named therein and all pe-sois havln; any claim against the Estate of 'he said deceased are required to forward particulars thereo' to tha undersigned within the said pe-lod and al' co lees mav be served at the undermentioned address B HATLLE PAINE and SON Proctors for the Execti t-lx Moss Vale

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH

WALES-Probate Jurisdiction-In the Will of PHILIP JAMES LETHBRIDGE KTNG lat* Of East v-ood In the State of New South Wales Civil Ser- vant deceased-Application will be made after fourteen dajs from publication hereof that Probáis of the Will of the abovenamed deceased nav b» granted to JOHN FREDERICK LETHBRIDGE KC.Q the sole Executor named therein and aU penca! having any cltlm against the Estate of the «ali deceased are required to forward particulars there

of to the undersigned within tie said period and all notices may be served at the underaentioned address J E A FLORANCE and CROCXS3 P-octors for the Executor 115 Pitt street. Syd-cy

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOCTH

WALES-Probate Jurisdiction-In the Will of TIMOTHY WILLIAM GEAR1" (also known as K11

Ham Timothy Geary) of North Sydney in the S Me. of New South Wales Wool Classer deceased-Ac plication will he made after fourteen days f oa the publication hereof that Probate of the lait

the Executor named In the said Will and all pt'i

having any claim against the Estate of the raid deceased are hereby requested to forward partite lara thereof to the undersigned within the «aid period and all notices nay be served at the nadir

mentioned address ABBOTT TOUT CREER and COMPLY 67 Castlereagh street Svdney_ IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NTT/ SOCTH

WALES-Probate Jurisdiction-In fe Will of ESTHER ANN HEATLEY late of Rocid-ile li the State of New South Wales Married V onai de ceased -Application will be made after fenr een days from the publication hereof tint Probatf ft the last Will and Testament of the abovenan-td deceased may be granted to SYDNEY JV ES HEATLEY and RAYMOND JACK HEATLEY two of the Executors named in the said Will with ¡«Ve reserved to HORACE ARTHUR HEATLEY the othe Executor named therein to come In and prore a d all notices may te served at the Ul dement oned address All credlto-s In the Estate of the deceased ore hereby required to send In particulars of JJ'er claims to the undersigned SYDNEY J HEATLEY 5a Kennedy-street South K»nslncton New Sou n

Wales

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOTTS

WALES-Probate Jurisdiction-In the W11! ol ARTHUR CHARLES COLLIS late Of Murga li til State of New South Wales Farmer deceased -Appli

cation will be made after fourteen d-ys frop 'J' publication hereof that Probate of the U«t v. li and Testament of the abovenamed deceased aav ce

granted to MARY JANE COLLIS one of 'he E*»cj

trices named In the said Will the other Exe-J II EMILY EGAN named therein having reno need Probate and all notices may be served »' ts< office of the undersigned and cr-dltors »r« f

quested to send in partie .liars of their clairrs « " In the said fourteen days to th« undirrrei E M FINN Proctor for the Executrix Ga*tl street Canowindra By his Agent F A. IT" Solicitor 121 Pit street Sydney_

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW K*T£j

WALES -Probate Jurisdiction -In th- «~ c1

JAMES WALLACE RITCHIE formerly of çeJt"« In the State of New south Wales Mln«r b J « of Gundagai in the state aforesaid. Ucea««! y tuaUer deceased -Application will be made »I « fourteen days from the publication hereof if" probate of the last Will and Testament o' t« abovenamed deceased may be gran ed to lro= LOUISE RITCHIE the sole Executrix In the f« «? Will named and all persons havlrg any e « ni against the Esta'e of the said deceased are n¡ «M requested to send in particulars thereof to and au notices may be served at the offices ofthe' J">«'

signed within the period aforesaid WTLSOV and DODDS Proctors for the Executrix Sheridan «ire« Gundagai and at S'anton House No 133 fin

street Sydney _ _, IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOOTH

WALES-Probate Jurisdiction-In the Will ol HAROLD RANDWICK HEALY late of Roslyn sire« Darlinch irst near Sydney In the State çf M» South Wales Accountant deceased -Appl çatlon *âu be made sft»r fourteen davs from publication J«« of that Probate of the Will of the aborJÇ»mea deceased mav be granfd to WINIFRED P"** SHARPLEY HEALY th» sole Executrix named there in and all persons having any claim .again''". Estate of the said deceased are required o'»""JJ

particulars thereof to the undersigned within tne said period and all notices may be served «

the undermentioned address PAvï*r.5n

HAMILTON and FPANCTS Proctors for the BB'

trlx 91 Phillip street Svdnev_ "_-, TN THE SUPREME COURT OF, NEW È017TH X WALES-Probate Jurisdiction-In the «111 el JOHN WILLIAM LIVERSIDGE late of Tur-sniurra

near Sydney in the State of New south Wales wy nurer deeeised -Application will be mad« au« fourteen days from publication her'of that JJ««"

or the Will nf the abovenamed (Iweased may M irrsnted to FLORENCE LIVERSIDGE the ?«. Executrix named therein ard all pe-soM »"

Ing any claim against the Estate of the i»lcI «J* ceased are required to forward patten'»" ry,5 of to the und»rslgned within the said P'rloj »J» all notices mav be served at the undera«.'«0}"

addre«s 8 H HENDERSON Proctor for '«

FT»C it ix 2h ra« lere-mri street ._Sj¿ncv__-rafff Til THE SUPREME COURT OF. NEW SOTRl X WALES - Prohatc Jurisdiction-In the will«

WILLIAM HENRY GILL WHITEHEAD Jal" 0,of7j Junction in the State of New South Wales B«'« Engine-r deceased -Apol cation will be ma« » '

fourteen davs from the publication hereof JJ

Probate of the Will of the abov eriameo^*''1 JJ may be granted to SARAH ANN WHTTIiTiEWt" sole Executrix named therelnAnd all . having any claim against the Esta'e of U "

deceased are required to forward P»r}><:uI-r?v »ti of to the undersigned within the said pel« «Jj all notices mav be s-rved at the una«m« '¿n

address DEANE and DEANE Proctors for «..

trlx 4*1 Bowe street Svdnev _ïSrrrn TN THE SUPRFME COURT OF NEW SODl» 1 WALES-Probate Jurisdiction -. In the wui n NELLIE ROBERTSON Hte of C-ovdon near «»'j

in the State of New South Wales /Widow de«««

APDllcition will be made after four «n <!«« 'jT the publication hereof that Probate of we ' d Will and Testament of the abovenamed «« ,, may he granted to VERA BAIN-ln thei«1",. d described a, Vera Robertson-the E*«utT " "d In the said Will and all no/ices maJ.,%d ora at the offices of the undersign d AU cr- ,,,

in the Estate of the deceased are T"7h¿\n"

to send in nnrtlculars of their claims to vw »

signed HUNT and HUNT Proctor» for '"e¿,

trlx Somerset Hous« No 9 M"rJjn_gl"c*2Igy n TN THE-SUPREME COURT OF NEW ", 1 WALES-Probate Juridiction¡-~l'.i the < h,

JAMES HAND late of N°rth Ws?M ¿va " wrf -

«State of New 6outh Wales Ho ti:lUeper. d'« ,"

Application will be made after 'OJft«nthaefl «.ii « the publication hereof that Probate of f« ., " the abovenamed decensed may oe rk,""frt- li FRANCES BARBARA HAND the ide? Ewa tf d th. -aid Will named and al! noticesi mav o» "

at and all creditors cliim« are hereby rçqui(n s be within the said fourteen davs tttlLSsR -i office of the undersigned Proctors WAU» «¿ BLAIR Proctors for Executrix WaB^a' MO!*^ nev Agents Messieurs McDONELL.and Mw,,

Solicitors George and Wynvard. «trieetss«^ ^

TN THE SUPREME COURT'OP NgjY F< , t «J

1 WALES -Probate JurlsdlcMori-In »« « le ";

LENA O KEEFE late of Hamilton in"lj£J¡ j» .5 Ne-v South Wales Married Woman deceased (

tate -Application will be made »'"f./Ä AO"il» from the publication hereof.that W««rs *¿ce;1«d istratlon of the Estate of the »b°"nl,fmKEEFE I« may be granted to PETER PAUL OKi*«. ,". husband of the said deceased and all person» ,"3 any nairns against the.»»",-?.uin. undersKneä to forward particulars the."Sf .',? Notices o»' M within the said period And »»LSu M«*,IW served at the undermentioned address "'».,," REID and REID Solicitor« 61 Kin« »¿"ÇRACI* castle Bv their Açcnts Messieurs E s»dn*e5_ «nil ro RMi.nnr« ni Ellrab.th strcejbv^^-g TN THE SUPREME »iSrOFÄ, ^VIl) ol X WALES-Probate JurJ^dJftlon--In «5» n(jr WILLIAM HENRY HEMMINGS lal'°'¿%J Deal« Sydney in the Strte of New Souitl> yaourt««" deceased -Application will £« "îdîhî{ proM« jj days from the publication hercof «"£^ ra»y..b the last Will of the abovennmed deceaseT, lbe

¿rented to HELEN f^^^ma^¡ »11 nolle« Executrix named In the said wf'»tlfen0Bnders «ed,

may be served at the offices of tnc" h gsta e All person» bavin* any claims against 1 ,¿ of the sold deceased ore herebv "*S},'tlíwrleA with» iartlcul»rs of the some to 'he^^g''proctor I«

. fourteen day«. GEORGE ^^¿yj.zu _^

I giay,1,,, ifi Ellsabethtt"ej»tsvja£?r

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