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AND EDISON'S VERY LATEST MOVING PICTURES.
aO-NIGHT, Grand Mammoth Change of Programma TO-NIGHT,
FIRST APPEARANCE OF
BROWN AND ROBINSON,
ENGLAND'S TALENTED HARMONISTS
(By Arrangement with Harry (Rickards, Esq.).
Now and Oiijrirml Items by
THE TRA VARES, PEARL LOVELL,
FRANK KING, KELSO BROS,
Together with our Grand Double Company, including a boat of New Moting
POPULAR PRIDES: 2/, 1/, 6d. RESERVED SEATS, 2/6.
Box Plan at Paling*«. Telephone 3115.
THIS (SATURDAY) AFTERNOON, ab 2.30.
Adults, ]/; Children, üd.
tJfJUGBY FOOT (BALL. UNION GROUND, THIS DAY (Saturday),
Soutti Brisbane v. Christian ¡Brothers.
'Past Grammars v. Western Suburbs.
JUNIOR, MATCHES 2 p.m. lA/draission, Od. Ladies, free.
THE KING OF CADONIA
ITEE KING OF.CAD0NL&:.
- ,W. H. PALING &, CO., Ltd. .
-Vocal Scoro ?:-Vocal Score -Piano' Score -Piano Score -Waltz --Waltz
-Lineéis, - Lancers
THE KING OF CADONIA,
THE KING OF CADONIA.
_ W. II. PALING & CO., Ltd.. .. .86-SS QUEEN-STREET, BRISBANE.
SnnO-NIGIIT, Social Hall, Ann-street, at ?*- 8, JIEV. W. M. SMITH, Sydney, will speak. Come.
GRAND SWISS FAIR
?Will *e Opened by
HIS EXCELLENCY SHI WILLIAM
TUESDAY AFPliRiN'OON, AUGUST
2nd, 3 o'clock.
Ilia Worship the Mayor and Mayoress (of Brisbane will also be present^
Open Every Afternoon, 3 to 5, Free ,
Musical Programme Kadi Night.
SEASON TICKETS, .1/.
ïn Aid Rescue and Mis-sion.uy Work.
Donations Tluuiltfullv Received.
. STAIW-CAPTALN" MicOLURE.
.'ANO TUNING. EALLY SKILLED TUNERS. .
...PIANO Annual Arrangement«.
CJXrXiyu or Single Tuning«.
'*""OM Pianos or Organs taken in part pay- ment of new ones. ,,
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/"«INDERiELLA Dance in connection with
^ Mr. Wm. C. Oxladc's Classes, Pro- testant Hall, MONDAY EVENING, August 1st. Tickets 4/, 2/0. D. Webster,
TMUSBAiNiE Operatic Society.-Meeting .*-* io form Nu.\l Monday Evening at 8. Social Institute. Pioduction, Maritana.
aUEENSLAND LAIW.N TENNIS AS-
Annual Tournament, 12th to 20th August, at Audlienilowcr. Ladies' Interstate
Match, Gentlemen's Iiitei-stato Match. Also 10 Open Events for all Tennis Playera. Entries close Dt'h AUGUST, with J. II. Thompson, Bookseller, 103 Queen fct., or Dr. E. U. O. Cowlishaw, Selbourne Chambers, Adclaide-i-t.
BBNBFIT^COÑCÍDRT to MASHER
ERNEST EDMISTON will be held THIS EVENING, at Walker Memorial Hull, Ipswich-road tram terminus, at "8
(Continued from Page 1.)
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(ROYAL PACKET S.N. CO.)
REGULAR MONTHLY SERVICE TO
JAVA AND SINGAPORE,
Via Port Moresby and Torres Straits.
Conneciinç; with the Company's
FORTY MAIL SERVICES THfROUGH OUT THE MALAY ARCHIPELAGO. The Splendid NEW 3500-ton Steamers VAN LINSCHOTEN, Cominan. J.
VAN WAERWVCK, Conmian. T. L.
ILeavo Brisbane August 5 and September 2
Return Saloon to Souraibaya, £27/1."/.
r.-iHsengers to Port Moresby by S.S. Van ILinschoteii muy return by S.S. Van Wacr wyck, calling at Port Moresby and Sama- rai, on or about 12tQi and 13th August respectively, on route to Brisbane.
Return Saloon, £14/5/.
ROUND AUSTRALIA, VIA JAVA.
The New Tourist Route,
Touching at IS Australian Ports.
Ciroular Tickcl-s issued for Round Trip "rom Melbourne to Java by Royal Packet Co., from Java lo Fremantle (WA.), by "Ocean" Co. and W.A.S.N. Co., and back to Melbourne by Interstate Steamer, or VICE VERSA. Duration of tho trip, from 9 to 10 weeks, including a fortnight
COST, &U..OON,. £40.
- For all further information, pamphloU, So., applv,
BIRT & CO., LTD., Agents,
Soutti Brisbane. '
For LONDON, LIVERPOOL, and AVON
MOUT1L via Suez Canal.
Tlie Fast Twin-sciew Steamer»
11,500 Tons. R. Taylor, Commander.
Appointed to sail from Brisbane, 30th utily, taking Wool, General and Refriger» uted Cargo at ¡lowest current rates.
Excellent accommodation for Third class Passengers, Fares : £14/14/ io £18/18/.
For rates of freight, &c, apply to
BIRT & CO., LTD., Agents
iMESSAGERIES MATRITLMES. -*.*- FRENCH MAIL STEAMERS.
For Marseilles, via Melbourne, Adelaide»
Fremantle, Colombo, Bouibuy, Aden, Suez, and Port Saicl.
Aug. 8 Au*. lllAug.lfl Sept. 6'Scpt. B|i?ep.l0 FARES TO MARSEILLES : Single, £20 to £75. TO LONDON, VIA PARIS, £21 to £82/10/, including table wines. Vos further particulars apply to .?
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HEALTH BOOK FOR' LADIES.
The LADIES' COLLEGE OP IIKALTH (rtgd.) lias just published n splendid MEDICAL, BOOK for Moinen folk. To women in remote country district« this is rspeciull} useful.
Copies mil be sent TREE to any nddress, pro ided 2d. is sent to cover postage.
A Lady writes: "Your Health Book is just splendid. It lias already saied rae pounds in
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60 Queen-slie«t, oler Ual.er ¿* Kout-e'u, Brisbane.
THE ABERDEEN LINE. x Fiom BRISBANE to DURBAN (dis- charging at Durban Wharf), Capetown, Teneriffe, Plymouth, and London (Royal Albert Docks), calling at SYDNEY, MEL- BOURNE, and FREMANTLE. Leave Brisbane as below, taking passengers and Cargo for abovemcntioncd ports.
.tNORSDMAH .MILTIADES (MORAVIAN
0,64s Aug. G 6,&A> Hopt. 1 4,600 I Sept. 29
Aug. l8 Bcpt. 10 Oct. 7
* rvviu «crew. t Une Clo» Only.
Passengcis by this route avoid the ex- tremo heat of the Red Sea.
Fares from Brisbane by MARA- THON and MILTIADES :-Saloon : London, from £59- Cape and Natal, from £33 12s. Third Class : London, £17 to £21: Cape and Natal, £14 14s. to £18 18s. By MORAVIAN, SALAMIS, and NORSE- MAN:-London, £17 lo £21-; Cape and Natal, £14/14/ to £18/18/. Return and Stopover Tiekpts interchangeable with Lund's line. \ Saloon Cabins located ami*
ships, laige and elegantly appointed. Third-class Accommodation of the highest standard. Pamphlets, Time-tables, o:e., from DALGETY & CO., LIMITED, Agent-i. Brisbane and Toowoomba._ ipHE ABERDEEN LINE.
The (Pine Steamship NORESMAN, 9545
G. Berry, Commander,
wall leave Brisbane for LONDON, via DURBAN, aboul Oth AUGUST, calling at
Excellent Passenger Accommodation
ONE CLASS ONLY.
For ¡Fares and Freight, apply to
¡DAUGETY & CO., ILTD.,
rjtinilE STAR LINE.
LONDON (TILBURY DOCKS) end LIVERPOOL, via DURBAN and CAPE- TOWN, calling at PLYMOUTH.
The Magnificent Twin Screw Steamer
PERSIC, 12.000 Tons
(Fitted with Marconi Wareless Apparatus), Will Leave SYDNEY about 3rd AUGUST,
To be followed hy
RUNIC, 12,500 Tons, sadmg about
MEDIC, AFRIC, and SUEVIC
PASSENGER ACCOMMODATION (ONE CLASS ONLY*) INCLUDES READING AND SMOKING ROOMS, AND HAS NO EQUAL AT RATES CHARGED. LIBERAL DIETARY SCALE, SURGEON AND STEWARD-
FARES : From Sydney to Capetown or Durban, £15/15/ to £24/3; London,
£19 to £30 ; New York, Boston, Quebec, ' Montreal &c., from £24/10/.
Pamphlets, Time-tables, and all other information on application.
DALGETY & CO., LIMITED, Agents,
Brisbane and Toowoomba.
O L L I N ' S STEAMERS;
ST. GEORGE, Tues., Aug. 2,
BUNDABERG A ¡Wed., Aug. 3,
RIVER AND BYRON BAY
/ S.S. ESSEX,
IPSWICH J Wednesdays and
Cargo received daily. All particulars, rates, freights, had on application to
WM. COLLIN & SONS, LTD. (Office at corner of Adelaide and Macrossan streets), Agents.
AGENTS RHONDDA COLLIERY.
nULNA ¡NAVIGATION COMPANY, ^ LIMITED.
LOWEST FARES AND FREIGHTS TO ZAMBOAN1GA, MANILA, CHINA, AND
Via Thursday Island and Pt. Darwin.
Steamer Leave ^risbano
Taiyuan August 3rd, 1910.
Excellent Passenger Accommodation, Saloon Amidships, Two-berth Cabins, Liberal Discount to Families. Steamers Fitted with Electric Light. Surgeon Car-
For Full Particulars, apply -b»
WEBSTFJR & OOu Limited, Agents,
E~. AND A. MAIL LINE
To Mauiln, Hongkong, Shanghai, And Japan, via Queensland Ports and Port Darwin._
Btwmar. ITnil Commander. ITJIITB fir'bne
8600 W. G. M'Arthnr iOtOKt. John Qeorgo 46001P. T. Helm«
Aug. £, 1910 Bopt. O, 1910 Sept. BO, 101 .Omits Port Darwin.
Saloon accommodation amidthip.í. Large, Cool, Twojberth Cabins, all on the upper dock, and fitted with electric fans. Through bookings at Special Rates to Canada, the United States of America, and Europe by all lines from China and
Frozen and General Cargo al Lowest
GIBBS, BRIGHT, & CO., Agent»,
rnHE AUSTRALIAN UNION LINE. -1- For
¡LIVERPOOL and LONDON.
The fast Tyser Steamship
0443 Tons ¡Register, F. T. LINKLATER,
will be despatched from Brisbane on oi about the 6th August, taking Wool, Frozen, und General Cargo, at Lowest
For Rates of Freight, 4c, apply te
GIBBS, BRIGHT, & CO.,
ÖL/PS BLUE FUNNEL ¡LINE. FOR LONDON AND LIVERPOOL^
The Fut Steamship, TYDEUS, 7500 Tons,
(Will Sail from Brisbane AUGUST 27.
WILLS, GILCHRISl', ft SANDERSON,
¡Ueit«d Chamberí. Otek-atiMt.
... ,. THE LYCELM.
->»«*>?"«. Mr. 0. E. KING.
GRAND MATINEE TO-DAY, AT 2.30.
Children 3d. to All Parts; ADULTS HALF USUAL RATES (Pit Exeepted),
GRAND NEW PROGRAMME.
SUPERIOR-TQ-ALL', SUPERIOR TO ALI).
A Series of All Star Films, which Includes?
THE UNCHANGING SEA.
A Drama of Tremendous Interest, one of the Best;
THE! BRIDE OF THE HAUNTED CASTLE.
A Fine Subject, Worked out Amid Splendid Sunoundings.
A GYPSY GIRLS LOVE.
A Romance, [Magnificently Staged and A cted.
THE CHILD AND THE FIDDLER.
And a Splendid List of Others, a Great Variety.
NEW ILLUSTRATED SONGS AND ORCHESTRAL-SELECTIONS. '<
PRICES: Cd. to 2/. Booking at Paling'e?
X. J. HENSON, Manager.
N.B. WALES v. QUEENSLAND,
THE (TEAM THAT BEAT ENGLAND
(Seniors and Juniors).
WOOLLOONGABBA CRICKET GROUND,
GATES OPEN AT 1.30 O'CLOCK.
ADMISSION 1/, GRAND STAND 1/ ; CflOLDREN HALF-PRICE. .
T. J. DONOVAN, Hon Sec.
LADY CHELMSFORD MILK INSTITUTE. GRAND FETE, ENTERTAINMENT, AND LIVE STOCK DISTRIBUTION, EX-
HIBITION CONCERT HALL AND MUSEUM GROUNDS, SATURDAY, Oth AUGUST, 1910. Afternoon, 3 o'clock; and Evening. 7 o'clock. Immense attractions. Prizes for every one. Amusements assisted by Mrs. Mason-Bcatty's pupils, lou wong Trippers, Valley Methodist Boys' Club, Busbane Concert Band. Love in a Tub, Snowballs, Comic Picture Gallery, Brisbjnt's Beauty, &c, &c. i
Admission . Gift Distribution Ticket', Obtainable Eveiywhero ; or 1/.
Mrs. C. A. ARVIER, Hon. Secietary. Mis. C. J. POUND, Hon. Treasurer.
EARLS COURT ROLLER RINK.
Now entering the last four weeks of iti phenomenal triumph of triumphs, and then good-bje for ever to the most popular, most fascinating, and most artistic rendezvous ever presented to the Brisbane public.
Mornings, Midday, Afternoons, and Evenings. Admission, all the time, Od.
CENTENNIAL HALL-VEDANTA MISSION
Sunday Evening Services, 7.30 o'clock, by Ramimda Oiiimah and Mother (Sister Ominali), Teachers of the Higlicr Life and Divine Healers.
July 31st.-Solos : " O Lord, Correct Me," by Miss Telford ; " The Promise of Life," by Miss Lloyd; and a Baritone Solo by a friend.
Orchestral Selections fiom 7 p.m. All welcome. Slter Coin collection at door.
Yedanta Society's and Mission Rooms (note new address), Metiopolitan Build- ings, coiner of Albeit and Adelaide streets. See Religious Announcements. .
.mU'ROPE, VIA AMERICA, .^ Via tihe Following Routes :
Wellington, Tahiti, San Francisco, Hono- lulu, and San Francisco, Vancouver, and Salt ¡Lake City, Sue/, or Cape of Good Hope, Hongkong, Yokohama, San Fran-
Call or AVritc.
If. G. NOBLE &. CO . Passenger Agents, U.S.A. Railwajs, 90 02 Eagle-fit., BifcJbane.
SHOULD mr difficulty Be eipenenoea ra
procuring this piper regularly from News- agent«, a post «rd addressed to the MANAGER, BJUSBANE KEWSFIIPER OO.. BRISBANE, will receive Drortiot attention.
DEAPERY AND CIOTHING.
tTDRlGGS' SPECIAL CdJEAiRING LINES -^ for this week end include fancy dross flannelettes, at ßd., ö%d., 7%d.;, all one price, 4/11 per do^en. '
BALANCE of CHILDREN'S COATS, pizes IS, 20, and 22 inches, at 2/11 ; in Navy, Dark Green, Red, and Reseda; well WORTH THREE TIMBS THE PRICE.
Our Diessmaking is giving entire satis- faction. Our ann is to give fit, btylo, and quality at the lowest possible price.
Tweed Suits to Measure from 35/0, and ANCHOR DYE SERGE SUITS from 44/."
Job line of sample Sweaters-Boys', Men's, and Giris', all 23 Jier cent, below usual iJrices.
BRIGGS' DRAP33RY EMPORIUM,
Opposite P.O., South Brisbane.
LADIES' WARM, FLEECY BLOOM-
ERS, IN GREY. Were 2/3, 2/9, 3/0.
Now 1/6, 1/11, 2/6 pair.
IN NAVY. Were 4/11, 5/6. Noir 3/11, 4/6.
IN NAVYSEROm Were 7/6. Now 5/11.
LADIES' FLANNELETTE OTGiEI?.
DRESSES. Were 2/11, Now 2/0.
Were 3/0, Now 2/11 each.
Our Stock of Ladies' Large Brown Pur Necklets. Were 5/6, 0/6, 8/11, 11/0, 13/6, 18/6, 22/0. Now, exactly ¡half the market prices, 2/9, 3/3, 4/0, 6/9, 6/9, 9/3, 11/3 each.
- WARM GLOVES. ~
For Cold Hands. Ladies' Warm Cashmere Gloves. Suede lined, Oolo-trs, Blade. Bea- ver, Grey, Brown, Sale Prices, 1/, 1/3, 1/3 pair.
W. A. SN B Y L\
C4 Queen-st., 5 Doors irom, Georza>sb.
g'YIDNEYi LACE CO., JSS>.
LAST DAYS OF
OUR WINTER SALE
SPFCIAL LINE, SILK RUCHÏNG, suitable ror Hat Trimming, in Pink, Helio., Brown, Sky, Navy, and Black.
Ubuully 1/2 yard.
NOW 0%d. yard.
LONG SUEDE-FINISHED LISLE GLOVES, in Cieam tud Grey.
Usually 2/3 pair. , NOW 1/3 pan.
LONG LISLE GLOVES, In Pink, Helio., Navy, Beaver, Saxe, and Brown.
Usually 2/3 nair. NOW 1/9 nair.
CHILDREN'S FELT HATS, In Red, Pink, Fawn, Cream, and Sky,
L'su.illy 4/0 each. NOW 1/11 each.
UNTR1MMED SHAPES, In eudles»
Usually VU and 2/8,
NOW Orl. each.
FLOWERS.-Choico Assortment. Usually 1/ spray.
NOW 4%d. SPRAY.
SYDNEY LACE CO., LTD., .THE LADIES' EMPORIUM.
DRAÏERY AND CLOTHING.
TO-DAY'S ' ' VIGOROUS
BARGAIN. LIST INULUBESJ
3 Dozen assorted Net Veils-Ready made. Were
4/0, 4/11 & 5/6.
Bargain Price, 1/9 each.
10 Dozen Slim
with patent clip, in all Shades.
Standard price every, where is' 1/11 pair.
Mayfair^ Bargain Price, 1/3. -One Lot Special
i-nose Stibpenders, .? ! ,
- -in all Shades.
-Standard price, 2/3 pair.
i- .-Mayfair Special Price, !/4}¿|paif\
--Best Quality Höbe -Suspenders with
-Fancy Silk Elastic,
> -and Patent Clips, all shades. -Standard Price, 2/0 pr.,
Mayfair Bargain Price, 1/0 pair.
At the Mavfair there are awaiting
you GENUINE BARGAINS in Ladies' Wool and Lisle Hosiery,
Woollen vests, short & Ion« sleeves, Woollen Combinations, Pretty Neckwear, Belts, Gloves,
Veilings, Purse Bags,
Combs, Ribbons, etc., etc., and the Remaining
Lot of our Smart Winter
Millinery at Half usual .
Your Purse will be the better off hy shopping at the MAYFAIR to-day.
Queen and Edward Streets,
C. D. SPERLING,
OF AUSTRALIA. LIMITED.
Capital : £250,000.
Subscribed : £184,555. Paid-up : £73,822.
DIRECTORS.-Hon. Albeit Norton, Mi.L.O., Chairman ; Jas. Munro, Esq., iVice-Cbairman, G. S. Murphy, Esq.; John Cameron, Esq. ; A. D. Walsh, E=q. j and A. M. Hertzberg, Esq.
The Company aots na Executor and Trustee of Wills, Administrator and Intcs; tacy, Trustee of Marriage and othet Settlements, Agent for Management of Estates, Attorney for Absentees, &e.
Advances made on approved security.
Government Debentures for £22,400 held by State Treasurer as security for the due performance of the Company's duties.
H. W. BYRAM. Manager. Queen and George streets, Brisbane.
.pHEUMATISM, catarrh, and .piles can .*-.' be cured. A 5/ tieatment for 1/ (postal note). H benefited send us 4/; if not, dont pay. State which remedy you, retmire. Sr. Thorobor's Remedies Co., 340 Flinders-street, Melbourne.
BUILDING AND BANKING COM
| PANY, LTD.. ADELAIDE-STREET,
ON REAL ESTATE FOR BUILDING
OR ON IMPROVED PROPERTIES ON
THE VERY EASIEST TERMS.
The Institution has a record of 33 years' fair Otiding. B-,riowers pay no commis- sion or entrance- fees.
PROPERTIES FOR SALE ON EASY
BUILDING SOCIETY TERMS.
FIXED DEPOSITS taken at 4 per cent
for two years or over.
Assets total £225,000 against £128,000 of liabilities to the public, so deposito» have absolute security, exclusivo of un- called capital.
Í. W. G. ANNAND,
Up-to-date Patterns, 2/11, 3/6, 4/8, B/6. 4'lain White, 2/11, 3/9, 4/0.
These Shirts are well made, and splendid value. Inspection invited. Country orden carriage paid.
W. G. McNACJGHT,,
WEST'S NEW OLYMPIA.
" THE WINDOW Oh' THE WORLD."
Proprietors: West's Pictures, Limited. Managing Director: T. J. West.
GRAND MATINEE, TO-DAY, AT 2.30.
livery Child Pajing for Admission will Receive a _,. . < KING GEORGE V. MEDAL,
The first medal struck in Australia to commemorate the New Reign.
Children Od. to all parts. Adults, usual rates.
COMPLETE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME TO-NIGHT. ' -
PATHE'S ANIMATED GAZETTE.
A Weekly Record of the World's Doings Day by Day.
News of the Week of World-wide Interest in Picture Form.
THE AWKWARD RECRUIT. ABSENT-MINDED MAN
Two Famous Comedy Studies by Al. Max jjinder,
PATHE FRERES' ARTISTIC SERIES.
«LA SAVELL I,"
Historic Play by M. de MORLHON. Mademoiselle Roch, of the Comedie
Française, in the principal part.
The dramatic possibilities of the part LÎ Savelli played in the secret history of France, during the second empire, have nat been lost sight of by M. de Morlhon in staging this play. The piece is a very careful study, and scrupulous regard to detail has been invoked. Mademoiselle Madeleine Roch, whose brilliant qualities are already known to picture-theatre goers, is in the title role, and she is assisted by Monsieur Chautard as the Emperor Napoleon III., Monsieur Jac qnmet as Count de Romagna, and Monsieur Laumonier as Jean Favier. Supported by a Programme of Infinite Variety and Superiority.
WEST'S OLYMPIA POPULAR EVENING PRICES :'
500 Seats at 2/; 200 Seats at 1/6; 800 Seats at 1/; 500 Scats at 6d.
BOX PLAN AT PALING'S FOR BALCONY SEAT'S.
INCIDENTAL MUSIC BY DE GROEN'3 VICE-REGAL "ORCHESTRA.
COOK'S PICTURE PALACE, VALLEY.
COMPLETE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME TO-DAY.
MATINEE AT 2.30. TO-NIGHT AT 8,
THIS WEEK'S SELECTION ONCLUDES THE ANGEL OF DAWSON'S CLAIM.
A RANCHMAN'S WOOING. 3rd SERIES ¡LTEUT. ROSE.
LOVE AND DUTY.
A POWERFUL DRAMATIC PICTURE TO BE SEEN ONLY- 'AT COOK'S. THE TENDERFOOT'S TRIUMPH. ' PENNYWORTH OF POTATOES. .
THE BENARES. QUIET PIPE. LAOS STATES.
PRICES ! 6d. and 1/. Children 3d. to Matinees Only.
' ' ' j H THE ROYAL
BESSES O' TH' BAHN BAND.
SHOW GROUNDS, BRISBANE.
Direction of J. & N. TAIT.
The inauguration of the return Australian tour at Melbourne resulted in, and subsequent Adelaide and Sydney appearances furnished, ,
A SERIES OF MAGNIFICENT TRIUMPHS,
TOTALLY ECLIPSING ANYTHING PREVIOUSLY EXPERIENCED.
"ACCLAMATION WITH ONE ACCORD."
THE GREAT BRISBANE SHOW WEEK ATTRACTION"
FIVE NIGHTS ONLY
(With one Special Matinee AT THE EXHIBITION nALL, on SATURDAY AFTERNOON, 13th AUGUST, AT 3 O'CLOCK)
Is Fixed To Open
WEDNESDAY' EVENING, AUGUST 10th,
BESSES O' TH' BARN BAND,
FINEST IN EXISTENCE,
PRE-EMINENT EXPONENTS OF BRASS
[EXCELLING IN A SINGING TONE OF RARE ANL\EXQUISITE BEAUTY,
GENERAL ADMISSION : One Shilling ; Grand Stand, 1/ Extra. GROUNDS BRILLIANTLY ILLUMINATED.
FREQUENT TRAM SERVICE TO GROUNDS.
Touring Manager : A. W. BATISTE.
Commencins SATURDAY', AUGUST Olli, at S p.m.
I FOR SEVEN NIGHTS ONLY, AND TWO MATINEES, August 10 and 13,2.30 p.m.
EDWARD CARROLL PRESENTS by Biograph,
| THE LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF JOHN VANE
THE NOTORIOUS AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGER.
A MEMBER OF THE HISTORIC BEN HALL G^NG
A Lifelike Resume of ACTUAL OrCURjRDNiOES in the days of BuslrMnging in the Early Sixties. Distinguished, abovo-Sid-for--Natural, Artistic, Realistic, and Sensational Display. l l ' > "1 «. ' '. ' - _, ''Often front E.-il eometh Good."
""> OWs ifli,.he"'moin3 and the ¡leeson of the story,' foi;'¡John Vane, one of those who, in his time,"stnick terror in tho'liearis of all Australians, was not-all bad.
SYNOPSIS.-Beginning a downward career, bailing up a 'Chinaman, Atptured, released by his sweetheart, 'Michael Bourke hoise stealing, sticking up Ihd'Cncoar Bank, The game; surprised, I'olioe in Pursuit, The Bushrangers' Camp, The Wain- ing, When rogues fall out, Vane joins Ben Hall for n Raid' on Keightley's, The Gang's demand, The Quarrel, The Demand Satisfied, Vane's Remorse and Farewell to the Gang, A Mother's Devotion. Surrender of Vane to Father M'Carlhy, With the Police on his Way to Triail, Sentenced to 15 Years, Released for Good Conduct, Thank God ! Free, Peace at Last. ,
The Story twill he graphically told! by 'Mr. ALBERT LUCAS, supported by an I entrancing firct part of the best CINEMATOGRAPHIC GEMS, punctuated by PICTORIAL BALLADS ¡by that commend-able artist, Air. C. MORGAN.
_PRICE? : 1/ and 2/. \_
FASHIONABLE AND FASCINATING PASTIME.
OPEN FOUR SESSIONS DAILY.
GLIDEWAY SKATING RINK,
Largest Granohtliie Floor in Queensland.
Fashionable Session tins Afternoon, 3 toj.30. '
| Popular Session To-night, 7.30 to 10 o'clock-. General Admission: SIXPENCE. .
Brisbane Rowing Club Skating Evening »exit Thursday, August 4th, Graceful
[ SlkaltiagConnietitiions, ice. _
GRAND INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
CYCLING CARNIVAL AND ART UNION.
Under the patronage and in the preseice of his ¡Excellency Sir William MncGregor, G.C.M.G., Sir Antfhiur Morgan, M.L.C., the ¡Hon. E. J. Stevens, M.L.C., the Hon. D. F. Denham, ALL.A., tide Hon. J. G. Appel, M.L.A, the lion, Robt. Phiù», M.LJA., the lion. J. W. Blair. iM.LA., D. Bowman. Esq., M.L.A., His Worship the Mayor of South Br's-bane (Alderman Geo. Savage), his Right Wor-
shipful the Alayor of ¡Brisbane (Alderman J. W. Hetherington), and other leading
BRISBANE CRICKET GROUND, SATURDAY, 13uh AUGUST. AUSTRALASIAN AND QUEENSLAND CHAMPIONSHIPS.
£121 PRI5ÎES, includine 50 GUINEA Pony, Sulky, and Harness, 1st prize in Art
Union. ' Interstate iridlers, including:
GMENDiA and DAVIES (Victoria). ANGELO CORNEO, BORDER, andM'NA MATRA (N.S. Vi'ales), SCOTT (South Australia), PYKE (Tasmania), WATTS (Wes- tern Australia), and others, also leading Amateur Qhomxiions.
Ii.Q.W. EVENTS.-% mule interstate handicap, 2 mile interstate team handi- cap, 5 MtliE INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP, 2 mile Invitation Motor Paced Paree, 3 mile Motor Bicycle Race.
Q.C.U. EVENTS.-3 mile Queeuslund Championship, I mile Junior Champion-
ship, 1 mile Handicap.
MUSIC BY BRISBANE MUNICIPAL CONCERT BAND.
Admission:-ONE SHILLING, including Art Union Ticket. Proceeds in aid of fund for top-dressing track.
GEORGE 'DOWN, AVard's Chambers, Queen-street. General Secretary, <
A. Ü. SHAN1D, Wicklham-street, aud W. FUN1NIMORE, Stanley-st., Assist. Sectys.
SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 13, 1910.
By Special Arrangement with the National Agricultural and Industrial Associa- tion of Queensland, will be presented -^^ *******
A MAJESTIC MILITARY TATTOO.
(Produced under the direction and personal supervision of the Officers of th« Permanent fctatt of the Commonwealth Military Forces, stationed in Queensland 1
1. Assembling of the ^'Htary and Naval Forces at William-street, Citv at 7 r?;T---.2-:.?-"T.1!?.1!!^ }XiM"TT¡Siii.Ä"0"1?..^*-K-7,16} -Sf Pnc Thousand
sical Ride. " A Series of Evolution* by 24 specially mounted " mai "(mëhibèra^of ¡Mounted Section ot the Royal Australian Artillery and Permanent SoSrsT to the accompaniment of the Moreton Regiment B.mtr. 5. Marching Evolutions and Manoeuvres, with Lighted Torches, by Eighty ot the British Boy Scout« i naer the
direction of Scoutmaster Bartlett, and accompanied byHJe~QueenslandRifles Band .
6. DICK TURPINS RIDE TO YORK
By Membeis of the Queensland Mounted Police Force, and Mounted Section of the Royal Australian Artillery, Presented with every attention to detail and sen- sational lealism. Depictiug every important feature in the famous feat ni' i7n land'o Most Notorious Highwayman, lrom the Alarm to the Death bv FaiiT» "Î his Gallant Steed, and Vemoval of her Body, including a Warlike Encomiter abouud'uig witto exciting deeds of bravery and skilled horsemanship
A GRAND SPECTACULAR FIREWORKS DISPLAY,
. UNDER THE DIRECTION OF J. i; N. TAIT, and EDWARD CARROLL Submittuig a sene» of Gorgeous Items, tho production of the Famous Phoenix Fire^ works Coy.. Ld., approaching wundi i.pthiiLZ has been previously seen in this citv Principal of which are Salute by Aerial Maroon, announcing the commencement of
the Display The Chequer Cro*s, 1 he Forest of Fire, The Flight ofThe Twfíkliíg
Stan. Tho Mar of Australia, The Fiery Pigeons fi}ing to and from their Cote The Flight of the l'iery Sei perns, Niagara Falls, a Glittering Cataract "f Molten Gold, and 41 others. Manipulated nilli commendable skill by Australia's badine experts. No hitches, no waiting, and no delays. b
The whole Entertainment produced on a Lavish Seale of Extravagance ami' Spectacular Grandeur, insuring an evening's entertainment Superior to anvthimr ol u similar nature as yet witnessed. ' ' "»
?n ,,TheDI,3rUo!1TÍr£ Pl0?-'e,e¿3 dra,m by th° Military Forces will be donated to tho
Fallen Soldiers Memorial Fund. " iu LUO
I ADMISSION: 1/; Grand Stand, J/ Extra; Children Half Price. . ,
HIS MAJESTY'S.—TO-NIGHT (SATURDAY).
MR. J. C. WILLIAMSON
Presents for the First Time in Brisbane one of the Best and Brightest Musical
"THE KING OF CADONIA."
Music by Sidney Jones, Libretto by Fred. Lonsdale, Lyrics by Adrian Ross,
the Following Brilliant Cast of Favourites :—
Malitza .... Miss Lottie Sargent Duchess of Alasia .... Miss Emma Temple Stephaine .... Miss Ivy Freshman Natine .... Miss Lily Moore Wanda .... Miss Irene Sandeman Ottaline .... Miss Naomi McQuoin Princess Marie .... Miss Olive Godwin
Alexis .... Mr. Herbert Clayton Captain Laski .... Mr. Frank Greene General Bónski .... Mr. Chas. Beetham Lieut. Jules .... Mr. Roland Hogue Lieut. Saloff .... Mr. A. E. Neville Panix .... Mr. A. Lissant
Laborde .... Mr. P. Bathurst Bran .... Mr. Victor Prince
The Duke of Alasia .... Mr. BERT GILBERT.
King's Guards, Gardeners, Peasants, Ladies and Gentlemen of the Court, &c.
Magnificent Scenery by Mr. W. R. Coleman.
Act I.—The Gardens of the Duke of Alasia. Act II.—The Palace of the King
Incidental to the Second Act, Mr. Bert Gilbert and Miss Lottie Sargent will
introduce the famous
"LA DANSE DES APACHES,"
A Drama in dancing, of passionate excess and brutal emotions, refined and in- tensified by wonderful artistry—almost blood-curdling in its Zolaesque realism.
Augmented Operatic Orchestra, under the direction of Mr. Fritz Hart.
Box Plan at Paling's. Day Sales at Marble Bar. Prices, 5/, 3/, 2/, and 1/.
HIS MAJESTY'S. SATURDAY NEXT,
Mr. J. C. Williamson's Royal Comic Opera Coy,
"THE ORCHID." "THE ORCHID."
"A QUEEN AMONG GAIETY SUCCESSES."
SPECIAL BOX OFFICE NOTICE.—Patrons desiring the First Choice of Seats may book at Paling's from Monday morning at 7/6 for Reserved Stalls and Dress Circle. The ordinary Box Plan will open at Paling's, on Wednesday morning at the usual prices at 10 a.m.
THE RUSSIAN SINGERS.
The Most Wonderful Baritone yet heard in Australia.
Interpretation, Vocal Effects, and Dramatic Gifts positively amazing.
At his concerts in Sydney four encores had to be given to his last number and still the audience cheered and clamoured for more.
MADAME ZOE DOLINSKY,
A BRILLIANT SOPRANO,
Beautifully Expressive and Irresistibly Captivating.
OPENING CONCERT, ALBERT HALL, SATURDAY, AUGUST 6th.
JOHN N. McCALLUM, Representative.
£400. SOUTHPORT CARNIVAL,
SEPTEMBER 26th TO OCTOBER 1st, 1910.
' Rifle Match, prizes valued £ 18/18/ ; Motor ¡Boat Races, prizes £22 ( ia! Show, laige prize Schedule ; iPigeon Match, £50 ; General Athletio Sports, £50 and trophies ; Grand Reg atta, £50 and +~«»i'i- rin,"« .... Tennis Tournament, Fishing Competition, JNIotor Excur on application to_ " """ ' ""
Grand Reg atta, £50_ and trophies. Other events
ions. (Further paiticulara E._FAj^S,_Secretaiy, Box, 1, Southport.
Have a solid iron frame, and are built on the latest approved manciples. If you want cousci entious workmanship and full value for your money you will do well to see the Germer Pianos before purcha-ing. Mny , be had on easy terms.
G. J. GRICE, LTD.,
TUNING AND REPAIRS.
Over twenty years of constant endeavour at im- provement have placed the name Heindorif in the list of perfect instruments.
To buy a Heindorir is to get as much value for your money as is possible.
Distinct and attractively designed cases enclose the sounding board and action, and the* finish is excellent. To say that at the prices asked, better value cannot be obtained, is no egotism. We have been making the Piano for nearly a quarter of a century, and know its capabilities.
Piano Manufacturers and Importers,
'210 QUEEN ST., BRISBANE.
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Nothing is such a trade puller as a brightly, well-dressed window- !
It draws tfho crowd and attractß their iavouiabüe attention-it brings more
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. We supply modern shop and window fittings-and flie initial .cost to )ou ü ipaid Iback m increased business ! If s a gocd investment.-Write for catalogue to
O. CROWLEY &. -SONS, 5 Q.V. MARKETS, GBORGEHSTREET. SYDNEY. __
CITÏ AND SUBURBAN BUILDING SOCIETY,
41 OREEK-STREET, BRISBANE.
TO BORROWERS.-We lake advances on the security of improved freehold property, or to erect a building. Loans-are repayable at the rate of 5/ per month for every £25 advanced. The interest is charged on the yearly balance. A special rebate ia allowed during the year for all sums of £5 or «var paid in excess of tbj schedule payments. The loan can be edeemed at any time with interest to date.
We have a few Houses for Sale on payment of a small deposit, and the balance on the same terms as an ordinary loan.
,, .,Y.0U cSn ßet í,uUe'" information by sen ding to-dav for a Booklet " All about » Budding Society." WILLIAM KELSO. Manager.
HAVE YOUR NEGATIVES ENLARGED.
# There's a sense of gratification and1 pleasure in having you picked negatives enlarged to a good BIZI» for home decoration an presentation. It ls surprising how charming these enlargement are. They present hitherto unnoticed beautios to the e^c; tha are well worth the small cost involved.
Select one or two good negatives from your collection ant let us enlarge them for you. We have unequalled facilities foi this class of work, and the results are guaranteed first class Economical charges. Call or write for full particulars.
THE N0. 2 FOLDING BROWNIE,
This is a very superior little camera, and it is fitted with a Meniscus Lens, a pocket Automatic. shutter, takiiu time an4 instantaneous exposures, automatic focus->ing device, retcrsibie finder, two tripod sockets, anti it will take si\ pictuies, MZt¡ 2Kin. x 3i,iin. without reloading.
Price --21/. Postage, Od. extra.
All Kodak, Brownie, and Prano supplies are sold at £cejish list prices. Ask fdr a copy of the Kodak Catalogue, giving J"11 details. It will.be sent you post free.
AUSTRALIAN KODAK, LTD.,
INCORPORATING BAKER & ROUSE, PROP., LTD.,
78-80 QUEEN-STREET, BRISBANE.
And at Sydney, Melbourne. Adelaide, and Wellington ~W-Z. -
The Tone of the Roiihi'dt-is wonderfully sympathetic and lusriinnl, end Û> mechanism is so balanced and perfected that it will readily respond to any de- mands made upon it by the artUt.
_ A splendid shipment of upright and Horizontal Grands to hand, to be ob- tained for Cash or Easy Te.-ais only from
C, H.SCHUNTNER, 40'EUzabet)i.street. 'Phone 2156.
LISTS FREE ON AP_>L£CATIO».