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gpiIB HEALER. .* . .

ROBERTS' WHISKY, for Coughs and Chilli,

Pride o( placo aa a healer fills;

Curing tho Flu', and such like illa.

Bolter by far than draughts and pill«.

EOBERTS' WHISKY, CHEAPEST AND BEST,

SOLD ONLY AT

ROBERTS' WINE and SPIRIT STORES,

MARKET-STREET-CEORCE-STREET.

SINGLE BOTTLES WHOLESALE PRICE.

_" SAMPLE OF ROBERTS' PRICE LIST.

CELEBRATED WOLFE'S SCHNAP1>S. 2/4 and 4/6.

NETHERLANDS Famous Square Schnapps, 2/2, 4/4. BROWN'S FAMOUS 4-CROWN WHISKY, 4/. ,

PROMT'S MEDICAL RESERVE BRANDY, 0/, 3/3.

JOHN JAMESON'S 10-vear-oId DUBLIN WHISKY, 71. JOHN JAMESON'S (.?".) DUBLIN WHISKY, 5/. SANDERSON'S SCOTCH WHISKY, 4/6.

CATTO'S GOLD LABEL WHISKY, 4/3. \. KINO GEORGE IV. WHISKY. 4/0.

DRY MONOPOLE CITAMPACNE, 0/, 12/. POMMEROY CHAMPAGNE, fi/. 12/.

niNETS CHAMPAGNE (Dry, Elite, .WOO), 0/, 12/.

DELBECK'S CHAMPAGNE, 5/0, ll/. , PERRIER JOUET CHAMPAGNE, 1000 vint., 8/, 15/. TOOHEVS STANDARD PALE ALE, Od. TOOHKVS NOCRISIIING STOUT, Od.

ROBERTS' VERY FINEST OLD SCOTCH, 6/. ROBERTS' EXTRA SPECIAL WHISKY, 6/. ROBERTS' THREE-STAR WHISKY. 4/6. ROBERTS' FINE OLD GLENLIVET, 4/.

ROBERTS' SPECIAL OLD SCOTCH, 3/0. SHAMROCK WHISKY'. Imp. Quarts, 4/0.

PALE JAMAICA RUM. 3/, 4/. fl/. ,.

ROBERTS' THREE-STAR W.I. RUM, C/0, 4/, 5/. PINE OLD PALE BRANDY, 4/.

ROBERTS' HOTEL,

CORNER GEORGE AND MARKET STREETS.

GOVERNMENT MM* RAILWAYS

ÂÏL AND RIVER EXCURSIONS

TO TTIE HAWKESBURY RIVER.

WEDNESDAYS-WISEMAN'S FERRY TRIP.

1 Trains leave Sydney at 0.10 o.m., and Milson's Point

st 8.50 a.m.

' Return Fnrcs (Including 'trip on steamer) lo Wise-

man's Ferry): First-class, Os 6d; Second-class, 7s Od.

FRIDAYS-HAWKESBURY RIVER TRIP.

Trains leave Sydney at O.10 a.m., and Mason's Point

: at 8.50 a.m. >

Return Fares (including trip on 6tearner) : First class, Os; Second-class, 4s.

SATURDAY'S.

-.. ROUND TRIP-SYDNKY'-HAWKESBURY-WTNDSOR.

Trains will leave Sydney for tho Hawkesbury at 9.10 ».m., and Milson's Point at 8.50 a.m., Passengers reach- ing Windsor in time to Join the 8.23 p.m. train, due i Sydney at 30 p.m. '.?

Passengers will also be; booked in thc reverse direc- tion by train leaving Sydney for Windsor at 1.37 p.m. , on Saturday, proceeding ' by Steamer to Wiseman's

Ferry, stay over, and join afternoon train from Ilawkcs : . bury to Sydney on thc following Sunday br Monday.

Return Fares: First-class, 11s Od; Second-class, Os Od. , Light Hcfrcslimcnts obtainable on Steamer. 1

. Tickets for thc above Trips may .bc obtained at

Sydney, Parramatta, Hornsby, Milson's Point, and

intermedíate stations..

For' full particulars sec Handbills, obtainable from

Stationmasters.

By order, ' . (tt-353) J. S, SPURWAY, Secretary.

AMUSEMENTS.

Jjy^ARGARET COOPER BOX PLANS.

AVAILABLE AT NICHOLSON'S TO-DAY'.

Owing to Hie exceptionally heavy demand for Reserved Scats,* thc Management desire to ánnounce that extra rows of Front Stalls will bc opened for Booking TO-DAY, and intending patrons arc strongly advised to, book carly, and avoid thc disappointment that nightly] betel hundreds in Melbourne, who ' were unable to

obtain admission._j

A L A C E . THEATRE.! P

Commencing

TO-MORROW NIGHT.

Ender the Patronage and in the Presence ot their

Excellencies thc Governor-General and Lady Denman. J THE MOST FAMOUS OF Ali ENTERTAINERS,

MARGARET COOPER. MARGARET COOPER. MARGARET COOPER. DIVA OF ITÜMOROUS SONO.

LONDON'S MOST POPULAR IDOL,

No more Gifted Artist than

MARGARET COOPER

has ei'cr appeared on any platform. v

She ls a brilliant Vocalist, a magnificent Pianist, an limitable Mimic, and an irresistible Humorist.

She originated the song at the plano, and has a vogue 1 London and throughout the British Isles that is

.unique.

For the past five years «he has been THE REIGNING QUEEN

at the Palace Theatre, London.

HER IMITATORS ARE LEGION,

? but her art ls inimitable, and everywhere the press

declare that she ls

PEERLESS, UNRIVALLED,

and

STANDS IN A CLASS DY HERSELF.

MELBOURNE AND ADELAIDE "

were Enraptured. SYDNEY ALSO

win surely come under her

k SPELL.

MARGARET COOPER will be supported by -

ENGLISH ARTISTS

of WORLD-WIDE REPUTATION.

SIGNOR MANZONI, Magician of thc Mandolin.

II. SCOTT LESLIE, Actor, Humorist, Raconteur.

HORACE WITTY, Eminent English Baritone.

CHARLES LAWRENCE, Pianist.

BOX PLANS for the first week now open at Nichol Bon's. DAY SALE TICKETS will bc obtainable at NICHOLSON'S and TUE WHITE ROSE after Midday

To-duy.

RESERVED SEATS, ST: SHILLINGS.

Unreserved, 4/, 3/, 2/.

I5TIAW STANLEY, Manager for J. and N. Tait.

'. JAMES'S HALL.

TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT.

The

LAWRENCE CAMPBELL

School of

PUBLIC SPEAKING AND DRAMATIC ART.

STUDENTS' RECITAL.

RECITATIONS. DIALOGUES.

MUSICAL MONOLOGUES. HUMOROUS SKETCHES.

COMEDIETTA, "CHALK AND CHEESE."

E

No admittance guaranteed unless Scala are Reserved.

OSEH1LL , RACES.

(REGISTERED.)

PRINCE OF WALES BHITHDAY

MEETING.

FIRST DAY, SATURDAY, JUNE S.

THE FIRST HURDLE RACE, 100 SOTS-, two mile«. TUE FLYING HANDICAP, 125 so vs., six furlongs.

THE GRANVILLE STAKES, 100 BOVS., for all horse»

that have ucver received a prise exceeding the value of 40 sova. at time of starting. Apprentices who have not ridden live winners since apprenticeship

allowed 71b, provided no horse carries less Iban the

minimum weight. One mlle. v

THE MAIDEN JUVENILE STAKES, for two-year-olds

(maidens al time of starting), 125 sovs. Five fur- longs- ^ " . THU ROSEHILL HANDICAP, 125 oom One mlle and

a quarter. '

THE RYDALMERE MILE, 100 sovs. Lowest weight, 7st

71b. Ono mlle.

SECOND DAY, MONDAY, JUNE 24.

THE SECOND HURDLE RACE; 100 sovs. Two and a

half miles.

TUE FLYING WELTER, 125 tovs. Lowest weight, Sat.

Six furlongs.

THE TRIAL STAKES (Special Weight*), 100 sovs. -For

horses that have never received 40 sovs. (clear of own stake) nt lime of starting. Weights: 2 years, 7st 51b; 3 yean.. Sst .llb; 4 years and upwards, fist 81b. Thc usual allowance to mares and geldings. Maidens allowed 71b, to bc claimed in writing at time of cnlry. One mlle.

THU PRINCE OF WALES HANDICAP, 125 soy». One

mlle and three furlongs.

TTIE NURSERY HANDICAP (for two-year-olds), 125

sovs. Six furlongs. \

TnE CARLINGFORD MILE, 100 sova.. Lowest weight,

7st. One mile.

A.J.C. RULES AND REGULATIONS.

Entrance Foo for each Race, TEN SHILLINGS.

The Committee reserve the right to refuse any

Entry.

ENTRIES CLOSE 1 p.m. on MONDAY Next, June 10.

GEO. W. S. ROWE,

S3 EIliabetb-Btrcel, Secretary

Sydney._Rosehill Racecourse Co., Ltd,

j^yARWICK FARM RACES.

LADIES' BRACELET MEETING.

TO-MORROW, SATURDAY.

109 ENTRIES. * FIRST- - RACK, 2.10.

SPECIAL TRAINS will nm as under: HORSES:-ll ».m.

PASSENGERS:-12.8, 12.22, 12.40, 12,51, 1?,56, 1.0

X20.

The 12.51, 1.0, «nd 1.20 Bfop at Strathfield and Oranvillc; .thc 12.0, 12.22 stop al Granville; 12.40 and 12.50 will run through. '

, IMMEDIATE RETURN AFTER LAST RACE.

II. B. DANDO, Secretar)-. 1

AMÜSEMENTS.

g.I N H A D T n E ', SAILOR.

?MATINEE TO-MORROW. AT 1.45.

ßEB MAJESTY'S.

Direction . J. O. WILLIAMSON, Ltd.

FEATURE FOLLOWS FEATURE WITH BEWILDER

. INO RAPIDITY. .

EVER Y "E^NLNG 1 AT 7.45. . '?

:The Moat Enjoyable Pantomimo ot the Seri«.

SINBAD THE SAILOR. - SINBAD THE SAILOR.

Clever Artista, .. .

Catchy Songs, ......

Comic Interludes,

Captivating Ballets.

SINBAD Thc nome ol thc Mermaids. SINBAD

Hie On Hoard the Rolling Ship. the

SAILOR Drew and Alders, Eccentrics. ' SAILOR SINBAD The Shipwreck. SINBAD

the nie Flight of the Roe. . the .

SAILOR The Gorgeous Ballet ot Diamonds SAILOR SINBAD Thc Persian Garden. SINBAD

the . Tlie Comical Camel. thc

BAILOR The Diamond Valley. SAILOR SINBAD Hie Home of thc Antediluvians, SINBAD

thc The Hunt in thc dungle. thc

SAHOR Tlie Fight with thc Serpent. SAILOR SINBAD Thc Cascade of Jewels . SINBAD

the - ' Tho Silver Guards;1 . the

SAILOR Tlie Lovely Rose Ballet. SAILOR SINBAD Tlie Sleedcs-Mysterious Hotel. SINBAD

the The Tree of Truth. \ thc'

SAILOR Tlie Slave Market. ! , SAILOR SINBAD . The Nubian Guards. - . SINBAD

thc Tlie Forest of Cocoanut». the

SAILOR Tile Dnnce of the Faya. SAILOR

Sinbad's Jolly Party.

George Kirby's Flying Ballet.

HER MAJESTY'S-THE nOUSE OF LAUGHTER. '

COMRINED ENSEMBLE OF 350 PEOPLE.

Plans at Paling's until 5 p.m.; anil thereafter at Theatre Office, Market-street. Day Sales at Callóse'».

CHILDREN IN ARMS NOT ADMITTED.

:T

H EAT RE . ROYAL. Direction. J. C. WILLIAMSON, Ltd.

POSITIVELY ONLY ll MORE NIGHTS. POSITIVELY ONLY ll'MORE NIGHTS. POSITIVELY ONLY ll MORE NIGHTS.

THE OSCAR ASCrJE-LILY BRAYTON Sydney Season will begin at thc Theatre Royal on JUNE 22 with "inSMET." Tho arrangements) entered into for this are unalterable; conse. qucntly "BEN nUR," in spite of ita great popularity, can be played for eleven more nights only.

BEN HUR. "A marvellous succession of BEN HUR. dramatic episodes, thc charao BEN HUR . ter of which is enriched by BEN HUR gorgeous colours, realistic tab BEN HUR lcaux, and sensational climax BEN HUR after climax."TTS.M. HERALD.

General Lew Wallace's ' BEN HUR. . Religious Romance. '.'.-"-' BEN HUR. Dramatised by William Young. . BEN HUR. Musical Setting bv . . ?.? BEN HUB.

Edgar Stillman Kelley. ? BEN HUB.

SERIES OF BEAUTIFUL STAGE ILLUSTRATIONS

and -

CAST OF EXCEPTIONAL ARTISTIC CALIBRE. OAST OF EXCEPTIONAL ARTISTIC CALIBRE.

THE TnRUjLING CHARIOT RACE,

THE WRECK OF THE ROMAN GALLEY,

THE RESCUE IN OPEN SEA,

THE MIRACLE OF THE HEALING OF LEPERS,

are a few. scenes in .

THE WONDER SPECTACLE OF THE CENTURY.

Play produced by Wybert Stamford and J. W. Htilitt.

Plans at Paling's until 5 p.m.; thereafter with Day I Sale, at Hill's, Castlcrcagh-street. Plads also at Hotel |

Australia.

W5

GO BUT TO RETURN

Again Sonic Time Later

Meantime, .

FINAL PERFORMANCE TO-NIGHT FINAL PERFORMANCE TO-NIGHT

of

"WHEN LONDON SLEEPS." "WHEN LONDON SLEEPS."

POPULAR" "PRICES.

Dress Circle and Reserved Stalls, 4/ (No Extra Clinrge for Booking). STALLS, 2/fl; GALLERY, ONE SHEILING.

Early Doors, Od extra to Stulls and Gallery.

GU .1 T E R "I. Ó N.

. Lessee. FRANK MUSGROVE

SUB-LESSEE and DIRECTOR, WILLIAM ANDERSON.

FINAL PERFORMANCE . FINAL PERFORMANCE

FINAL PERFORMANCE

of thc Thrilling and Sensational;Dramatic Masterpiece,

"WHEN LONDON SLEEPS." "WHEN LONDON SLEEPS."

LAST NIGHT GOOD-BYE LAST NIGHT GOOD-BYE LAST NIGHT . to

LAST NIGHT those

LAST NIGHT Wonderfully LAST NIGHT Popular

LAST NIGHT Favourites, LAST NIGHT . WILLIAM

LAST NIGHT ANDERSON'S LAST NIGHT FAMOUS LAST NIGHT ? - DRAMATIC

LAST NIGHT ORGANISATION. LAST NIGHT GOOD-BYE LAST NIGHT to

LAST NIGHT Australia's Most LAST NIGHT Popular Actress,

LAST NIGHT EUGENIE DUGGAN, LAST NIGHT and

LAST NIGHT that Sterling

LAST NIC.nT Young Favourite, LAST NIGHT CYRIL MACKAY. LAST NIGHT CYRIL MACKAY.

Produced under thc Direct Supervision of

WILLIAM ANDERSON.

Stage Director . J. H. Nunn

PLANS AT PALING'S. DAY SALES at WHITE ROSE. _BuBlncss Manager. G. IL BARNES.

CRITERION THEATRE.

Lessee . Frank - Musgrove.

Direction. J. C. WILLIAMSON, Ltd.

THE NEW COMIC OPERA COMPANY,

SEASON OF MUSICAL COMEDY,

beginning

TO-MORROW EVENING, AT 8. TO MORROW EVENING, AT 8.

Popular Revival for One Week Only

of

The Liveliest of Musical Plays,

"THlt, GIRL IN THE TRAIN," "THE GIRL IN THE TRAIN,"

An Abundance of Tunefulness and Piquant Comedy.

SATURDAY, JUNE 15, SATURDAY, JUNE 15,

First Production in Australia

of

The Latest London and Continental

Success,

NIGHTBIRDS NIGHTBIRDS

(Adapted from Johann Strauss'* Famous Light Opera,

"Die Fledermaus").

W. TaUeur ANDREWS. ? Victor PRINCE.

Jack

CANNOT.

Reginald

ROBERTS

Edmund STIER HAS,

W. S.

OPERA PEn?y,'

\ , Sybil

COMPANY Favourite«:- A RUND A LE

Vivian

TALLEUR,

and

Florence YOUNG.

BOOKING ARRANGEMENTS.

PLANS FOR "THE GIRL IN THE TRAIN" AT

PALING'S DAILY*.

PERMANENT FIRST-NIGHTERS WILL BE ALLOT [ED THEIR SEATS AS USUAL_ EOR^"NIG1ITBIRDS."

IrpHE IMPERIAL ROLLER RINK, I Foot of William-street.

I SYDNEY'S fSÎATING SALON DE LUXE,

The pinnacle of perfection in roller refinement.

To-day.

ROLLER SKATING, ROLLER SKATING,

ROLLER SKATING, .

N To-night.

SYDNEY'S LATEST FASHIONABLE PASTIME,

a fascinating nnd healthy recreation.

THURSDAY", JUNE 0.

EVENING DRESS AND WHITE NIGHT. EVENING DRESS. AND WHITE NIGHT.

Ladies in white or evening dress, (,'en lernen In evening dress .or" blue suits. A special rvliitiition ot '

FANCY AND SCIENTIFIC SKATING

hy RENDRODT' and IRVING.

"America's Premier Skaters.;'

PRICES AS USUAL.

SESSIONS. CHARGES.

Morning, 1O.S012.S0. Admission, Gd. Skates ls. Afternoon, S.S0-5.30. Admission, ls. Skates ls. Evening, 7.45-10.80. ? Admission, ls. Skates ls.

Children Half-price.

J. C. BENDRODT,

General Manager.

.STTCIÏÏÏLÂS .1. CinrDÊ^Ô^ËRTTT^vîTllal 1 rÑevt

_L\ Sunday Afternoon, nt 3 o'clock. Admission, Free.

TJfATftYÎ'.AND TRIP, lipper Ijinc Cove, from No. ~i

A? Jetty, 10 a.m., » p.u, Far«*, I/; Ce.ll., td. .

AMUSEMENTS.

j RICKARDS' TIVOLI " THEATRE.

General Manager . Mr. Jolin C. Lcete. ÏTIE RECOGNISED HOME OF'THE STARS.

I RICKARDS' TIVOLI VAUDEVILLE AND SPECIALITY I I . COMBINATION. i»w«a,ni|

TO-NIGHT.1 AT 8.

RENRIETTE DE SER RIS, HENRIETTE DE SERRIS, HENRIETTE DE SERRIS HENRIETTE DE SERRIS, HENRIETTE DE SERRIS, HENRIETTE DE SERRIS,

'.So?,"1" °1 u,,e m0ht Artistic Living Pictures

I «nd Statuary Display, thc world has ever seen. '

t . BLAKE AND GRANBY,

BLAKE AND ORANBY,

ïs,-i j. Ç,LAKH AND GRANBY,- .

. KocUnd ? Forcnioit Comedy Sketch Artists.

RONALD GEORGE, "" , DONALD GEORGE,

england s Talented Young Instrumentalist

FRED. RUSSELL, FRED. RUSSELL,

ind his wonderful Automaton,

jmL H F$T J0E-"«.« LAURE,

'"iff _; ^ Human Bird. ;

M° wf,to^Wl'rw?t^'1Ml i5Ir0!,c and àfenries, Les j

PRICES: 8/, 2/, «nd if. nor Plan at Paling', -Business Manager, EDWARD MAAS

JJICKARDS' TIVOLI THEATRE.

SATURDAY NEXT, AT THE MATINEE..

FcdPos' n^/'T?tnEronc'1'? Novelty, direct from thc I |AiÄS7 m- B tll0ir nr8t "l"*""""* i" I

TJIE POUR AMARANTHS, T IE FOUR AMARANTHS Tl,, u- u, £IIE F0Un AMARANTHS

nie Worlds Greatest Acrobatic Whirlwind Dancers.

M'nnP"5!'. CLUJ-ORD. Expert, Tebr. Stage. Toe J Sat ?S0' T ltHS\ 9»ncjnS. Song am, AcllonV Class Mon i n?" ,îtodel London School. Aerobatic'Class

'PKTSIMÄ «"y hour. I.O.O.F. Temple, El I*.-st

ENTRANCE up lane DURING ALTERATIONS^ !

|P A L A C E THEATRE.)

kÇKeo .ALLAN HAMILTON.

SOLE DIRECTION .... PLAYWRIGHTS, LTD. I / Business Manager .;. J. E. MOORE. '

THE BEST ..OF FRIENDS MUST SAT- GOOD-BYE, j

IMMENSE AS LAST NIGHT'S ATTENDANCE was, that of To-night will ic as overwhelmingly large. I Why? Because . ? ' ' b

TO-NTGDT IS POSITTVELT

the I

LAST NIGHT OF MAGGIE MOORE.

LAST NIGHT OF MAGGIE MOORE. " LAST NIGHT OF MAGGIE MOORE.

FAREWELL PERFORMANCE

MAGGIE MOORE MAGGIE MOORE MAGGIE MOORE

MRS. MCSWEENEY, MRS. MCSWEENEY.

LAST NIGHT OF PLAYWRIGHTS', LTD., COMEDY

. COMPANY. .

MAGGIE MOORE as MRS. MCSWEENEY bas nevé» | been seen to better advantage, or in a part more «ult able to her humorous talent. \

Mrs. Mcsweeney goes to an Auction Salí. Mrs. Mcsweeney has a Surprise Party. ?

Mrs. Mcsweeney plays Golf, and has Her Photo Taken. Mrs. Mcsweeney Discusses Woman's Rights.

Mrs. McSweetiey Defends thc Twins. _

Mr». Mcsweeney Lets "Pat" in at 2 in the Morn. ' BOX PLAN AT PALING'S.

I PRICES, 4/, 2/6, and ONE SHILLING. Day Sales at I

White Rose Confcctioncty._

DELPHI THEATRE.

Direction and Management .. GEORGE MARLOW, Ltd. Governing Director MR. GEORGE MARLOW. Managing Director .... MR. GEORGE WILLOUGHBY. 1 Telephone, City 8477.

SYDNEY'S HOME OP DRAMA,

' whero the Gorgeous London Successes arc Seen.

. "BROUOnT TO RUIN."

x '"BROUGHT TO RUIN,""'. : j TOWN TALK. ' The One I HOME TALK; '. Grout and ^ - TRAM TALK. Absorbing Topic TRAIN ' TALK. of the Moment.

. Tlie Stirring and Thrilling Probien: Play.

I THE CITY'S GREATEST SENSATIONAL SUCCESS.

The GREAT TOUCHING HUMAN STORY, Founded on

Facts, and. entitled

"BROUGHT TO RUIN," "BROUGHT TO RUIN,"

I By Mr* Morton Powell, authoress of "A Girl's Temp

I tatton," etc.

Offered by GEO. MARLOW, Ltd. -

WRITTEN BY A WOMAN FOR WOMEN.

"Why should thc woman suffer while thc man. the real criminal, goes Irçoï" Come aud see for yourself.

A BRILLIANT AND NOTABLE CAST OF ARTISTS,

? including

HUGH BUCKLER and VIOLET PAGET,

as.thc Sailor. as the Workgfrl.

An Amazing and Startling Success.

PLAY PRODUCED BY GEORGE WILLOUGHBY*. Popular Prices, 4/, 8/, 2/, 1/.

Box Plan at Nicholson's, George-street.

"RATIONAL AMPHITHEATRE.

Proprietors .. Brennan's Amphitheatre, Ltd. \ Managing Director . Ben. J. Fuller. 1 THE HOME OF THE RECOGNISED. STARS.

Thc Most Popular Entertainment in Sydney.

EVENINGS AT 8. MATINEE, TO-MORROW.

TO-NIGHT. AT 8. TO-NIGHT. AT 8. TUE BEST ENTERTAINMENT IN SYDNEY.

A GREAT LAUGHING SUCCESS. . - AMATEUR TRIALS TO-NIGHT.

' SOME SPLENDID FUN-MAKERS WILL APPEAR.

Representatives from AU Parts.

Some of the Competitors:

Wallv Jones, Comedian, elly; Ethel Smith, Vocalist, Newtown; Mr. Reid, Balladlst, North Shore; Arthur Tliomas, Comedian, Woolloomooloo; Adolph Jones, Co- median, Glebe; Mr. Grafton, Ballads, Petersham; Annie Slagg, Soubrette, Pyrmont: Edythe Murray, Sou- brette, Burwood; McLaughlin Sisters. Balmain; Maude Beander. Parramatta; «nd others. ".""""

THE TRIALS COMMENCE AT 10 O'CLOCK. ,

THE MYSTERIOUS CROSS EXPOSTURE. - TO-NIGHT, TO-NICUT, TO NIGHT.

A GOLD CROSS FOR THE NEAREST SOLUTION.

?TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT.

LAST NIDTÍT of BOB GREIG, " ,""" LAST NIGnT of EMERALD and BARTON. LAST NIGHT of AMERICAN PLAY ERS, LAST NIGHT of HOWE and MORA.

LAST NIGHT of THE MYSTERIOUS CROSS.

DO NOT PAn, TO SEE THESE ARTISTS.

Unnarallêled Demonstrative Success of

COWAN AND AUSTEN.

1 The Most Enthusiastic Applause Greets

THELMA LA PIEDTESTE.

A Scream of Laughter lasting 15 Minutia,

- nARRY SADLER.

An Absolute Ovation at each Song for .

J5YA MUDGE _

. AND ALL OUR BRILLIANT KNTERTAmERS.

TO-NIGI1T, 2/0, ll. ll, and Od. No Booking Fee. Scat» may be reserved at the National Amphitheatre all day from 10 a.m._;_ ~KVÍñWb~~ CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW. A POULTRY. PIGEON. AND CANARY CLUB OF N.S.W. OPEN TO-DAY, 10 a.m. to tl p.m., an thc Toultry Pavilion, Show Ground, Moore Park.

A*ilmissioi, tl: Children, Cd.

L. L. RAMSAY. Hon. Sec., 118 Pitt-strcct. Sydney.

AMUSEMENTS.

J^YRIO AND COLONIAL. THEATRES.

DIRECTION. J. . D. WILLIAMS. \

WHERE Where Yon See thc WHERE EVERYBODY Sensations of the World EVERYBODY

COES. v< in Photoplay. GOES,

LYRIC/THEATRE.

TO-DAT. TO-DAÏ.

A Cines Sensation,

"nER VENGEANCE." - ? "UER VENGEANCE."

"HER VENGEANCE."

A.powerful dramatic subject of sustained interest, »nd

containing several really sensational scenes.

COLONIAL THEATRE No. 1.

TO DAY. . TO-DAY.

' _ "Salem's Latest.

, 'TUE DEFEAT OF THE BREWERY GANG."

"THE DEFEAT OF THE BREWERY GANG." "THE DEFEAT OF THE BREWERY GANG."

A'dramatic production based upon'a political incident.

COLONIAL THEATRE No. 2. .

'IN BORROWED PLUMES." "IN BORROWED PLUMES."

"IN BORROWED; PLUMES."

An intense tragedy, based upon thc torture of unrequited love, which drives a woman desperate, in a most thrilling

These celebrated sensations arc in addition to our regular weekly programmes, and will bc shown, at aU performances, To-day and To-morrow.

Where Thousands see the World's Sensations and

. .Event«.- .

CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCES, .

- ll a.ra. to ll p.m.

STALLS, 3d. ' DRESS CIRCLE. 6d.

THE GREATER J. D. WILLIAMS AMUSEMENT

CO., LTD.

rp- H

E L : T. O E U Direction .......... a SPENCER, ,

THE FOREMOST OF PICTORIAL ENTERPRISES.

_ SPENCER'S PICTURES

Present . ?

FOR THE,LAST TIME*

TO-NIGHT

TO-NIGHT »

. The Thrilling" Detective Drama, "CHARLIE COLMS

AND THE

DANCER'S NECKLACE."

LA CARMENCITA . MLLE. CHRISTINE KERF. THE DRESSER . M. GEORGES WAGUE CHARLIE COLMS. M. COQUET

SUPPORTED BY

Thc Goddess of Sage Bush Gulch-The Devil's Grotto Bunny and thc Twins-Pattie's Australian Animated Gazette-When Memory Calls-Thc New Editor-Paper Cutting-Dupin as Photographer-Birds and Animals of Brazil-Thc Chocolate Revolver-Lea's Jealousy. -

SPENCER'S CHILD-LABOUR .

FEATURE. "

Suggested by the. Immortal Poem,

Mrs. ELIZABETH BARRETT BROWNING,

"THE CRY OF THE CHILDREN.'

"For, all day, wc drag our burden tiring '

.Through thc conl-dark, underground- er, all day. wc drive thc wheels of ¡ron

In thc factories, round and round."

"THE CRY^ OF THE CHILDREN.'

- . FULL ORCHESTRA AND EFFECTS!

WE CHANGE MONDAY AND THURSDAY. '

.JEST'S OLYMPIA AND ~PRINCES¡3.

(All Trams pass West's Pictures.)

STUPENDOUS SUCCESS.. ?

PATRONISED NIGHTLY BY MERRY THRONGS. PATRONISED NIGHTLY BY MERRY THRONGS.

WEST'S PERFECT PICTURES. ''

MAM'SELLE NITOÜCIIÉ LAST NIGHT.

MAM'SELLE NITOUC11E LAST NIGHT. MAM'SELLE NITOUCI1E LAST NIGHT.

TnE LAUGHING COMEDY OF THE DAY'. DE GROEN'S VICE-REGAL ORCHESTRAS.

"PRICES AS USUAL. ' Plans' at Nicholson's.

REDEEMED BY FIRE. REDEEMED BY FIRE.

A DRAMA OF EVERY-DAY LIFE. : ? REALISM. OPTIMISM. HEROISM.

All Keynotes of Scenes of thrilling interest, that comprise one of tho Finest Stories of Love and Sacri- fice.

.REDEEMED BY FIRE tells of the young musician, who, fascinated by the charms of an operatic artist, temporarily abandons a faithful wife and a- com- fortable home. When faced, however, " with real danger, the man'i Instinct works uppermost in his mind, and he thinks of thc woman he has promised to cherish in sickness and in health and to protect th the hour ol danger.

Love linds thc way to unravel the problems that threaten to blight our lives.

rpHE GRAND,

WHERE THE BEST PICTURES ARE.

Continuous Pictures,

Pitt-street, 10.30 a.m. till 10.30 p.m. opp. Royal Arcade.

THE TRAITRESS I OF PARTON'S COURT. _

If yon have that tired feeling come to THE GRAND. Our Photo-Plays will thrill, educate, and amuse you moro than any other., - -

Everything clean, cool, and comfy at thc Grand.

Tlie Grand Program will fascinate you and make you

one of its patrons. -

Direction, FRANK WADDINGTON.

CTR OLE, Od. _f STALLS, 3d.

STJ.A1ETY ATHLETIC CLUB. FRIDAY, JUNE 7, at VX 8.1S p.m.-Preliminary 0 Rounds at 0 o'clock, thc cleyer Featherweights Sailor Brown (H.M.S. Drake) v Frank Fisher (Waterloo). 20 Rounds, one to win. Prices: Gallery, 1/; Stalls, 2/: Rcs. Chairs, 3/. No extra charge. F. CARRICK, Secretary.

THE ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS.-A Garden of Living

Nature tor the Recreation and Education .of the Public. Open week-d«y> 9.30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday», 8 to 5 p.m. Week-days. Ad. Od. Chndn. 3d. Sun.-. 2d. ld "11TISS ROSE LYONS, Theatrical Dancing Class, Satur -I'-a. day nftern., I.O.O.F. Temple, opposite Foy'».

THE SENSATION OF THE CENTURY.

UNDER PATRONAGE Or MIS EXCELLENCY THE COVERNOR-GENERAL OF THE COMMONWEALTH AND

MINISTER FOR DEFENCE OF AUSTRALIA

ASCOT RACECOURSE, SATDRDAT^ AFTERNOON, JUNE. 15.

INTERNATIONAL AIR RACE.

Raced under Auspices of the Aerial League of Australia.

HART v. STONE

(AUSTRALIA), (A3! ERICA).

COURSE OF "FLIGHT:

ASCOT RACECOURSE TO PARRAMATTA (ROSEinLL RACECOURSE), AND RETURN.

A Thrilling and Educational Fixture, on which thc eyes of thc Commonwealth will be turned.

V A WIRELESS STATION

will be Installed both at Ascot and Parramatta (Rosehill), and special bulletins will bc megaphoned, siring a thrilling description of the Aviators* Hight cn route. Exhibition and Plying ol Working Aeroplane Models, by Australian Inventors, will take place during the afternoon for a Special Prize of £23. Entries close Wednes-

day, June 12.

. SPECIAL TRAMS TO ASCOT RACECOURSE FROM THE CITY, COMMENCING 12.30.

Offices of Administration and Control:

PHH.IP LYTTON, LTD., _

Equitable-building, George-street, Sydney,

AMUSEMENTS.

\yiRTH BROS.' GREATEST SHOW |

: ' ON EARTH.

LOCATION: OLD\ BELMORE MARKETS.

.LAST/, TWO .NIGHTS. " LAST TWO NIGHTS. LAST TWO NIGHTS. i LAST TWO NIGHTS. . LAST TWO NIGHTS. LAST:TWO NIGHTS.

Final Grand Matinee To-morrow, at 2.45 p.m. Doora open 1.45. ? Children Half-price to air parts. .

Last Opportunities of seeing- tho Wonderful Collection of Rare Wild Animals, including Lizzie, the 'great blood-sweating Hippopotamus, and thc. Sagacious-Polar

Pull Circus Programme, the, World's Best Artists, |

and thc Sensations ot 'the Agc

THE GLOBE OF LIFE. THE GLOBE OF LIFE.

THE GLOBE ¿OF LIFE. .':_

Thc Staigs* Latest Thrill.' Must.bc seen to bc believed. I

PRICES: 6/, 4/, 3/. 2/, and 1/. Children under 10, Half-price, except , to Gallery. BOX PLAN at PALING'S and HOTEL AUSTRALIA.

q\HE VICTORIA, . '.

Pitt-street, one door from Park-street.

Unction, J. s. MCCULLAGH.

FOR ONE WEEK ONLY,

/STARTING MONDAY, JUNE 10,

. , ' , ll' a.m." . Continuous. ' ll p,in.\

? THE UNIVERSAL FILMS, LTD., . ', MAGNIFICENT PHOTO. DRAMA.

' ?-. A Romance founded on

THE WRECK OF THE DUNBAR;

? or THE YEOMAN'S WEDDING.. '. THE ' WRECK OF THE DUNBAR; or: THE YEOMAN'S WEDDING..

TOE WRECK OF THE DUNBAR; or THE. YEOMAN'S WEDDING..

THE WRECK OF THE. DUNBAR; or THE; YEOMAN'S WEDDING..

?A Stupendous Production.

. ?> . Thrilling, and True to Lite. ' . .

SCENES:-The Old English nomos; The Love Intense;

The Terrine Struggle, Man to Man; Tho Thrilling Australian Scenes; Thc Terrible Cap; Thc Doomed Ship;,/THE WRECK OS THE DUNBAR in all Its Awful, Realism; The Rescue of the Sole : Survivor; The Daring Feat Performed on thc Actual Spot.

.Thc whole of these events visualised in a manner that han never been attempted or achieved in the annals of Australian Motion Photography. '

Acclaimed by all to be the Greatest Masterpiece of the Picture World. ' ..

Owing .to the enormous expense In Rcouring this magnificent production wc arc compelled to raise'the prices for THIS WEEK ONLY.

PRICES: DRESS CIRCLE, 1/; STALLS. Od.

. CHAS. F. JONES, Manager.

PEOPLE AIM STRAIGHT FOR THE VICTORIA AND SEE "THE'WRECK Ol'" THE DUNBAR."

To he seen POSITIVELY only nt "THE VICTORIA."

GRAND COMPLIMENTARY FAREWELL CONCERT to

MISS ZARA WOLINSKI. MISS ZARA WOLINSIvi.

TO-MORROW (SATURDAY) NIGHT.

Miss Wolinski will sing-"Rilorna Vlncllor" (Verdi):

. "Rose Softly Blooming" (Spobr); "Schlaflicd"

(Zuckerman); ; "0 Divine Redeemer" (Gounod).

Mr. Joe Wolinski will sing-"Eleanore"' (C. Taylor),

"Questa o Quella" (Rigoletto) (Verdi). Mr. Henri Staell-"Andante" (Saint-S«'»-).

Mr. Bryce Carter-"Nocturne" (Chopin). "Elegie"

(Van Goons), "Papillon" (Popper).

Miss Annette Scammell-Rhapsodic E i'"t ' major

(Brahms), "Invitation to thc Wall,-" (Weber Tauaig). -

Mr. W. Reginald Gooud-Recit., "I rage! I meltlj

burnl" Aria, "O Ruddier than the Cherry" (Han- del), "The. Wanderer" (Schubert).

At the Plano, Mr. HAROLD WHITTLE.

1000 SEATS AT 1/ AVAILABLE TO-DAY. \

EXHIBITION .OF JEWELLERY and ENAMELS. .

- flic Studio- of ' Miss CLEO NE , CRACKNELL will be'open1 to'the public from ll to'.5';ehch day till Saturday, ? June., fi,: Inclusive. ^Admission Free.

-STUDIO: LINDEN-COURT, . ,

."'.-,?-.:.-' ? .- - ' 107 Castlcrcngh-strcet.

Q.LACIARIUM.

REAL SKATING-ICE SKATING.

- The Sport of Kings.

Thc Classic Sport OF All Ages-FOR All Ages.

TO-NIGHT, AT THE CLACIARIUM.

-HOCKEY

ON-THE ICE.

Until you 'have witnessed a good Hockey Match-on the Ice you hâve not seen thc FASTEST and MOST EXCITING of Athletic Contests.

TO-MORROW (SATURDAY) NIGHT,

PROFESOR ALISANDER'S FANCY ICE SKATING

* EXHIBITION.

ADMISSION, 2/.

Children: Morn, and Afternoon, 1/; Saturday Morn., Od.

Skate Hire, Sixpence.

Morn., 10 to 12. Afternoon, 3 to 5. Evening, 8 to 10.30.

DUNBAR POOLE,

Phone, '402 Glebe. Manager.

GRAND BILLIARD MATCH.

IN ALCOCK and CO.'S TOURNAMENT ROOM, at BILLIARDS, LTD., 030 GEORGE-STREET,

near Liverpool-street, Sydnev, .

FRED. LINDRUM, Jun., . Champion of Australia,

v A. E. WILLIAMS, English Professional.

10,000 UP, LINDRUM CONCEDING 1000,

MONDAY", June 3rd. to Saturday, June 10th, inclusive.

AFTERNOON and EVENING, 8 and 8.

Admission, 3/, 2/, and 1/. Reserved Seats, 1/ extra. BOX PLAN at ALCOCK AND CO., 007 CEORGE STREET, opp. Royal Hotel.

HOTEL KOSCIUSKO,

FRIDAY', 14th JUNE, 1912.

An Attractive Programme of Events has been pre- pared for this CARNIVAL.

Visitors may now leavo daily for the

HOTEL KOSCIUSKO,

which haH been enlarged and improved, and is now renlete with every comfort and convenience.

Full particulars and programme available at the

GOVERNMENTTOURIST BUREAU,

CHALLIS HOUSE,

' SYDNEY. '

D' A N O I N fl.

INSTRUCTION AND PRACTICE.

MR. AND MRS. ROBERTS

RECETTE' PUPILS Morning, Afternoon, and Evening,

PRIVATE LESSONS (unusual advantages).

WALTZ, TWO-STEP, BOSTON, ONE-STEP, Etc.

.VARIOUS SUPERIOR CLASSES AVAILABLE.

EVERY.DAY AND EVENING. ?

-. Commodious and Centrally-situated Rooms,

? ICQ PHILLIP-STREET (near King-street)._ ST. , JAMES' HALL, PHILLIP-STREET.

The Dancing Classes meet regularly cveiy MON- DAY* Evening at 8, and WEDNESDAY Afternoon at 3.30, and Evening at 8. A personal interview is neces- sary before joining any of the classes.

QUARTER COMMENCES FROM FIRST LESSON. Particulars from Mr. and Mrs. ROBERTS,

_;_100 Phillip-street

DANCING LESSONS FOR LADIES and GENTLEMEN.

. Mr. and Mrs. ARTHUR J. LIDDY - I .Receive Pupils, any hour. Day . or Evening.

STRICTLY PRIVATE LESSONS FOR BEGINNERS.

Terms: lt Lessons 21s. 0 Lessons 10s od. Single Les- son 2s Od. Beginners' Classes: Monday, s p.m.; Satur- day, 2.30 p.m. Advanced Classes: Thursdays and Saturdays, 8 p.m. Terms for Classes on application.

LIDDY'S BALLROOM GUIDE, Including latest dances, Price ls, posted Is 2d.

. FERNDALE ACADEMY, 41 OXFORD-STREET,

Tel., 130 l'add. _ Woollahra.

DANCING.-WOODS, Teacher Stage and Ballroom

Dancing. Priv. less., 2s, cl. ls. 173 Q.V. Mkts. rPUlE Mayflower Assembly.-Select Dance every Friday X. Night. Oddfellows'.Hall, Rcdf. Centn., 2s; ladies inv

HJTÎ. WALTER BENTLEY, M. thc Distinguished Actor,

ELOCUTION AND DRAMATIC ART, * SSi Ccorge-strcet.

-YTTC1IOLAS J. GKIIDE'S CONCERT, Town Hall, Next JM Sunday Afternoon, at 3 o'clock. Admission, Free.

BUSINESSES POR SALE OR WANTED

TS YOUR.BUSINESS FOR SALE?

X If so,- send us particulars at once.

Wc have a large number of Buyers waiting

TO BE SUITED

With SOUND BUSINESSES of all descriptions.

NOTE.-No Sale, No Commission, and no Advertising [ Charges. _

BRETNALL and CO..

.Phone, 1005 City. ' 5 Hunter-street.

Correspondence Promptly Attended to._ OODWILL, Furniture of Private Hospital for Sale, healthy country town, good connection, giving up account ill-health, quick sale. Thelma. Herald.

-OÖT-REPAIRING BUSINESS, good district, cheap.

.M_j__tJ__ FURNITURE HUS. lor Sale, old-estab. ur will'rake

. Partner, good inc.. grand opportunity. KU. H'lil.

GROCERY and Mixed, good cash trade, can-bc itu

prnved_eood dw. Par., Convenient, Newtown p.o. -MtLÎNGHURST HEIGHTS. 2S3 Follies st.-Residen

tial Cl:.. 7 rooms, £105. No agents. _ L~fÜR.C-First-class' LIVERY STABLE; "¿«tier sick.

Apply U.B.. P.O.. Leura._ on Saic. a snug little Grocery limbless. 2f, years'

¡untiing, low rental. No agts. 30 Dowling-st, Pad.

BUSINESSES FOR SALE OR WANTED

WAUDEN, Hotfnung's-chanibers, 103 Pitt-strcct,

next G.P.O. Established 1SSÜ. ;

HOTEL, COMMANDING POSITION, MAIN STREET,

up-to-date building, midst of dense trolhe, VERY ' LONG LEASE AT LOW RENT, takings £160 wkly., trade 16 x 30's. A found aiid reliable proposition,

£4000. ?

SUBURBAN HOTEL, thicklv-populatcd locality, lease

7i yenrs. rent £3 10s week, TRADE 10 x 3U'i, ; TAKINGS £85 WEEK, comfortable home, low working expenses, £2000.

COUNTRY' HOTEL, PROGRESSIVE TOWN, WEST,

fine building, main business corner, LEASE 14 YEARS, LOW RENT, taking £100 week, all Cd Urgent reasons selling, £1275.

_WARDEN. 103 Pitt-street, next G.P.O.

BUTCHERY, 4 bodies, 30 sheep, up-to-date shop, £100

Butchery, 4 bodies, 40 sheep, 10 lambs, £200. Residential, 12 rooms, always full, bargain, £220.

Residential, beautifully furniphed, even* conv., £175. Ham and Beef, big trade, low rent, well fitted, £155. Billiard Saloon, best position, up-to-date flit., £300. Billiard Saloon, long lease, big trade, terms, £275. ;_LAKE'S, Royal-ch,, 3 Crgh.-st nr. Hunlcr-st.

BUTTER RUN, 13 boxes week, up-to-date plant,

£200; othem Call in. Lake's, 3 O'reagh-st.

TJKODUCE, Wood and Coal, enormous trade, and in

creasing, big plant, in best order, big premises, long lease, low rent. £050. LAKE'S. C'reagh-st.

"RESTAURANT, biggest Od trade In city, handsomely

fitted, long Rase, investigation courted, sure for tune, £050. La« ,'s. Royal-el:. 3 C'reagh-st. (188). TJEWSAGENITY, ulocked, 8000 napers, big sbop trade, -t-V comfortable dwelling, heavily stocked, low rent, £750. Lake's, Royal-ch.. 3 C'rcagb-st. (105).

*>INSTAURANT, doing 800 meals day, very long -Lit lease, well appointed premises, every conv., sacri lice, £750. Lake's, Royal-ch., 3 Frcagh-st (185)

JJOTELS. HOTELS. HOTELS. "

LAKE »int! COMPANY, Royal-chambers,

3 Ca8tlcrcagl7"streot, 3 doors from Hunter-street,

WE OFFER TOP VALUE IN HOTELS. ALL PRICES. HOTEL, handsomely appointed, city, 14 years' lease,

takes £140 wk., (kl, 3d, £2500.

nOTEL, FREE, CITY, S yrs,* lease, £90 wit., -2500. HOTEL, HEART CITY, clear profit £1800 yr., 7 irs.'

lease, any investigation, balancc-sliceta, etc., avail-

able, £2500. .

nOTEL, busv suburban corner, £80 wk., £1100.

HOTEL, Solid Suburban, takings £130 wk., lease 14

yeare, best offering, for £3000.

HOTEL, Darlinghurst, 7 yrs., takes £80 wk., hand-

some premises, etc., see this, £2000.

HOTEL, workman's suburb, 10 yrs.' lease, £35 wk.,

£750. , ' .

nOTEL, superior home, tokes £55 wk., 7 yrs.', £1100 COUNTRY', thriving centre, o yrs.' lease, takes £00

wit., all Od drinks, £1100. terms. "

COUNTRY, FREE, same Iranda 10 yrs., owner retiring,

all Od drinks, £20 to £30 wk., -£250.

COUNTRY, ideal home, 8 yrs., £60 wk., Od, £050,

tcrmB.

SOO GOOD nOTELS, " dir Country, to -choose from.

JOSEPH and CO., Business Agenta, 100 King-st, 2

doora from PItt-st, established 50 years, offer only genuine Businesses nnd Boardlng-hotmes. _

, JjTOH-CLASS BOARDING-HOUSE,

40 rooms, handsomely ' furnished throughout, always full, recognised one of thc best houses in Sydney, CHOP, easy fenns. JOSEPH . and CO., 100 King-st. "DOARDING-HOUSE, 'Glebe Point, 20 rooms, every

ronv., moderate rental, well furnished, old ostab llahed, alwa.vi- full, £450. JOSEPH. 100 Klng-st. '

RESIDENTIAL Chambers, Darlinghurst, 8 rooms, rent __5s_nlce.lv furnished, £105. Joseph, 100 King-st. REFRESHMENTS, with Tobacconist, leading suburb, ?. opposite picture stow, 2 shops, dwell., rent 17a, takings £30 wkly., stocks, lixtures. cte. £100. Joseph. l-l AM, Beef ,and Provisions, leading suburb, band -.J- sntnely flited, up-to-date shop, low rent, takings 4-0 wkly., Including fixtures, computing scales, mir- rors, jdiow cases, and plant. £155. Joseph, 100 King-st. TVfTLLLNKRY Business, city, takings £15 wklv., ¿u- handsomely fitted, well stocked, £150, Joseplu /tLROCERY, marine suburb, turnover £7000 yearly, VJ stock and every thing, vaL, ah. £700. Joseph.

HOTEL, commanding city corner, 2 bars, rent £12,

proof, takings £180 week, £4000, free.

HOTEL, Pitt-street, no near opposition, lease 14 yrs.,

rent £4, trade £130 week, £2500, cash.

HOTEL, leading suburb, select trade, lease 13 years,

rent £4, takings £75 week, £2000, ,

HOTEL, Newtown, same hands years, bar £00 wee«:,

rent 75s, up-to-date premises, £1600.

HOTEL, shipping, 2 bars, rent £4 10s, trade £00 week,

plenty accommodation, £850 cash,

HOTEL, at Docks, rent £3, 7 x KO's week, ? Tooth's,

nice clean comfortable home, £1250, free.

COUNTRY HOTEL, North, lease 5 yrs., rent £3 10a,

tktrs. £40 week, Tooth's, £700, cash. ,

COUNTRY HOTEL, lease 7--vi*, rent 30s, 0 x 3fl's

weekly, FREE HOUSE, full price £750.

THE FEDERAL COMPANY.

_ 11L VICKER V'S-CnAMDERS, 82 PITT-STREET.

B'OARDING-HOUSE, 15 rooms, nr. station, rent 45s,

clears £8 week,, 20 boarders, plano, good furniture, gift, £325. RIEDLE, NEST, and CO., 472 George-Bt HOTEL, country, lease 5 yrs., tent 25s, 10 rooms, free

house, takings £20 weekly, all drinks Od, a gift, £275, RIEDLE, NEST, and CO., 472 Gcorge-8trcet_ QYEA ROOMS", centre"city, seating 60, meals 0d,~"clean

- UOs, £145. Riedle, Nest, 472 Georgc-st._ MIXED BUSINESS, 4 rms., rent IBs, clears 60s wk.,

near school ,_£t__Riodlc, Nest; Co., 472 Geo.-BL RESTAURANT, rent 40s, ccntrc'cltyrecat"(»"people,

Od and ls, clears £7,_£20O._ Riedle, 472_Gcorge-6t. RESIDENTIAL, 7~rin¿", rent'STs Od, dean 60s week,

new furniture, £125. Riedle, _est,_472_Ccorgc-st BESIDENTIAL, 13 riiis., elly, rent 42s"od, clears 70s,

good furn., £250. Riedle, Nest, Co.. 472 Oco.-st KESIDENTIAL, 12 rooms, Phillip-st, rent 45s, sell to _duy,_£_3l_^___d_,_^^

GROOERY and CON., opp. picture show, main street,

shop, 5 rooms, rent low, prollts £3 10s wk., £70. ? ' a GORMLEY, B2A Pltt-strcct.

OLD-ESTABLISHED BOOKSELLER'S, Stationery,

News Agcucy, long .lease, tull value in sloes, profits £10'WK.,'proted, grand opening tor '£350.

_S. GORMLEY, SSA Pitt-strcct

CONFECTIONERY, Stationery, d.-f. shop, 5 rmi,

/" marble tables, iccchett, gas stove, prouts £4 wk., £110. S. GORMLEY, 62A l'ilt-st (juillAeA0W_ü.-A0.--)' GROCERY, suburban, shop, U rms.7 rent 22s, 3' years'

lease, good dwell., trude £5u wk., proved, Day- ton sculc6, cash register, up-to-date plant, and good- will, £00; sell stock ul cont priée. Complete, £250.

i _S_GOR_L_EY,_E2A_J/itt;_

HAIRDRESSER'S AND TOBACCO, with

BLLLUtD SALOON.

Takings shop £20, saloou £U, billiards £11. Tho fittings throughout ure lint-class. TWO JIKIRON und SMITH'S TABLES (new), thoroughly well stocked.

All told, £550.

GEO. THOMAS and SON, 12 Castlercagh-street

-gOARDINC-UOUSE,. HIGHEST CLASS.

WATER FRONT, SEA BATH, TENNIS COURT,

UILLLMID-ROOM (full-sized table).

S3 rooms, magnificently furnished, every modern con- venience, HIGH TARIFF. Every' room occupied.

_GEO. THOMAS and SON.

BUYERS with limited Capital Financed into any

BUSINESS THEY REQUIRE.

STARLING und CO., 21 Castlereagh-strcct, city. RESIDENTIAL CHAMBERS, £050, TERMS.

CLEARS £8 10s WEEKLY.

10 Rooms, mostly let in fiats, good lease.

RESIDENTIAL, clears £0 wk., Darlinghurst, £350. BOARDING-HOUSE, £450, TERMS.

25 Rooms, large grounds, water-frontage, well

furnished, beautiful harbour views, DAIRY,

ii cows, 225 qta. at Od, compact run, £400.

LAUNDRY, £250, TERMS.

Clcuis £0 wk., trial given, electric power, new machinen-, dwelling, etc.. Must sacrifice.

STARLl_g__and CO., 24 Castlercagh-street, city.

HOTEL, city, all bar "trade, profits guaranteed £2000

per annum, long lease, free liouse, £0000.

'Phone, City -Of. ilAERTEL. 103 Pitl-street.

OTEL, country, 60 rooms, mining town, lease 12 years, bur trade £160 per week, large house trade, all Od drinks, cash £2000. IlAERTEL, 108 Pitt-strcct.

OARD1NG-UOUSE, city, 17 rms., rent £3 15s, well

_opp__, best posit, £375. liacrtel. .'Ph., City 2179. "VTEWSAGENCY, TÔ"b., etc., rent 85s, lease 5 yrs., i> paper nm 4500, shop £25. liacrtel. 108 Pltt-ss.

HOCERY, best offering, rent 16s, good dwlg., le«<c VJ" 2 years, Irude £25, £150. liacrtel, IDS Pitt-st. DAWSON AND COMPANY,

HOTEL SALESMEN, 70 HUNTER-STREET.

HOTEL, ountry, lovely home, ll rooms, everything.up

to date, trade till (kl, no opposition, lease 9 yrs. Free. Full Price, £400, TERMS.

HOTEL, 0ty, selling through ill-health, lease 8 years,

takes £130 wk. CASH, £1500.

HOTEL, small, takes £40 wk., fuU price £400.

DAWSON and CO.. 70 Hunter-street

i i i WOOLCOTT, 12 POST OFFICE-CHAMBERS, W 'PHONE, 0320 CITY.

RESTAURANT, good position, all meals Od, takings £5

day, nice dwelling, att. Seo this, £350.

HAIRDRESSER and TOB., rising sub., tkgs. £16 wk-,

splendid opening for tradesman, £120.

RESIDENTIAL CHAMBERS, beautiful position, overlook

ing harbour, nicely furn., gd. liv, single lady. £130 ESDL., ld sec., u rms., rt. 21s. wardrobes ev. rm.,

furn, and bedding new, lady retiring through Intlr uiity.' don't miss thia barg.. £160. Cornell. 70A Pitt-st GONF.. Refresh., attractive, shop, with 6 rms., 4'

yr _ lse.. £4 wk. clear., £135. Cornell. 70A Pittjit R'liSTAURANT, centre city, 250 meals nt Od, od, and

' ls. trade increasing cv, day. £180. 70A Pitt-st OAFE at seaside, rent 30s, loug lease this is a (¡nap,

£30. Cornell. TOA Pitt-st._;_ RESDL. CHAMBERS, finest city poa., can guarantee

£4 P.W. motlt. £3'2fi. Melville. 108 Pitt-st

STORE, nr. Sydney, trade £33 p.w" no opp.; House,

6 rm", luiid 50 x 145, Torr.. Stock £140, the lot

for £050. tenus, MELVILLE. 103 Pltt-strcct.

I'SDL CHAMBERS. N. Syd.. 12 rms., handsomely

lin-'ii.'ret big "rollts. £iW Melville. 108 Pitt-st.

SUBURBAN CONFECTIONERY,

Takings £12 weekly,

Very nice Residence. Fittings cost £140.

"' Urgent Sale. £120.

GARDINER, Castlereagh House,

_ Cur, Castlereagh and Hunter streets.

EESIDENTIAL CIIBRS., 9 rms., rent 25s, very well

. furn., £125. D. Grifil _________)__jp _z_.;st. /S KOCERYand MIXED, Shop. 5 rms., rent Ids, profits VT £2 10s week. £45. D. Grililths and Co.

GROCERY, MIXED, D.F. Shop, 5 rms., rent Ids,

_prollts £3, £75, p. Griffiths mid Co., 10 Elb-..-st.

aROCERY*. etc., modem shop and dwlg., 6 rs., rt.

".5s lse., one best pos. out of Syd., trams stop at door, "rising sub.,' tr. fully £40. nearly all cash over counter, doubled if goods dcliv. Price. £45 goodwill, stock val., abt. £200 in ni). QUETTO. Herald.

OLDEN OPPORTUNITY.-£50 will secure a Busi-

ness clearing £3 weekly, KUI bc increased £0; splendid prospects energetic persons.

THIS IS BONA-F1DE.

_Box 097. G.P.O.

DINING ROOMS, main city position, guaranteed

- £1001 a vear clear profits, 8 vears' lease, a bar- gain £700. BRETNALL and CO.,

'Phone. IPOS City._5 Hunter-street.

PUBLISHING BUSINESS, small one., for Sale, stock

f-,1 ropvrights. direct dealer-could .make good pro- fit £75 cash, or £85 on casv terms. Pars.,

-_ANSON. Box 211. G.P.O.. Sydney.

BOARDING-HOUSE, water frontage, 3 mina, from

ferry, 15 perm, bonders, pitying high fees, nianfy. furnished, piano, eic., good lease, present owner retir- ing, £SO<l. Apply 31 P.O.-ihainbeiv._

BUYERS looking for Genuine Businesses should con-

sult Thompson». 173 Pitt-st. No charge at all.

LINDFIELD, N. S. Linc.-Runnymede Estate, Auction"

Sale, June 8. Plan. Blackwood. S.D.-ohs. Hymkt MOSMAN.-03 Sites, Including valer frontages. Upper

Splt-rd Est., TO-MORROW. R. and AV., Ltd.

BUSINESSES FOB SALE OR WANTED |

i'DOARU1NCMJOUSE, LAVENDER BAY,

spacious grounds, 14 large rooms, 17 guests to 30s, exceptionally well furnished, harbour views, £475.

._NEEDHAM, 31 Elizabeth-street.

T> EVIDENTIAL CHAMBERS, PENNY SECTION. A-IJ nicely fiirti'slicd, including; piano, income £2 _ca_,__ajd_^0l)._^J^EDJIAM,_31 Elizabeth-street.

POWER LAUNDRY, ALL CASH DOOR TRADE,

ga« engine, power shirt and collar machine, 3Ü00 collars per »eek, established 10 years, £135, gift.

_ NEEDHAM. 31 Elizabeth-street /CONFECTIONERY AND TEA ROOMS,

v-r tram, terminus, including furniture and piano, £145. NEEDHAM. 31 Elizabeth-street_ CJUBURBAN DAIRY, GOOD LEASE]

*° 13 cows, 2 turnouts, 120 quarts daily at 6d, trial, £150. NEEDHAM, 31 Elizabeth-street.

WV AND SECOND-HAND FURNITURE SHOP, -flue trade, gooil stand, illness compels sale, good , will £60, stock at cost, whole or part.

\._NEEDÜA31 and CO., 31 Elizabeth-street.

.7' /y-MMING and CO., Business Agents (Est ISM), " 5 Qroutul Floor, Vickcry's-clts., 82 Pitt-st

LAUNDRY, W. Sub., spL position, good plant, weil

worth inspection. Price, £00. " ' -

_J. ¡FLEMMING and CO., 82 Pltt-strcct.

PRODUCE, WOOD, and COAL STORE, a splendid Tr~ concern, trade, £20 wkly., spl. plant, BARGAIN. Price £220. ,T. FLEMMING nnd CO., B2 Pltt-strcct,

BOARDING-HOUSE, CITY, 18 rooms, 30 beds, well

furn., always full, clears £250 yrly. ' Trice £400. _J. FLEMMING and CO., 82 Pitt-street

RESIDENTIAL CHA.MBE1IS, 2d section, beautifully

furn., scrub, clean, 10 rooms. Absolute Gift Price £225._ J. FLEMMING and CO.

frvROCERY, GENERAL STORE, Best Sub., malu st, VA very large D.F. Shop, spL Dwelling,' mod. rent, 6 yrs.; lease, trade Clio wkly., Ige. and well-selected 6tock and plant at val., about £600.

TO INSPECT IS TO BUY'." -~ '

_' (Sole Agents) J. FLEMMING and CO.

aREENGROOERY and FRUIT, E. SUB., spl. con-

cern, trade £20 wlky., spl. plant. Bargain. Price, _<__J. FLEMMING and CO., 82 Pitt-street.

STATIONERY', FANCY COODS, and Lending Library,

Ige. stock, grand poa., clear profits £8 wkly.. Price £525. J. FLEMMING nnd CO., 82 Pitt-street.

BUTCHERY, CITY, Hotel and Restaurant Trade,

splendid plant. -Barralin, Price £500.

_J. FLEMMING and CO.. 82 Pltt-strcet

SUPERIOR BOARD and RESIDENTIAL CHAMBERS,

RANDWICK.-Double-fronted Gent's Residence, in own grounds, i acre, 200ft frontage, 2 main roads, S mins. tram, lease 8 yrs., rent 40s, 12 beaut, fur- nished rooms, furnished 2 months ago, 5, splendid bedroom suites, brass bedsteads all rooms, hot and cold . water service, 2 gas stoves, entrance hall 10ft , wide, : motor: garage, beautiful lawns, good reasons

for Belling. PRIOE £275. Personal introduction.

BOARD and RESIDENTIAL, DARLINGHURST,

Detached House, ll rooms, own grounds' (4 acre), beautifully furnished, choice nos., always full, -.cheap rent, 4 mins. tram, Superior Home, This is

absolutely a Gift. PRICE, £225.

JOHNSTON and CO., Auctioneers,

? ':.«''_' Yaralla-chambcrs, 100 Pitt-, treet

RESIDENTIAL, Philllp-st, 12 ima., and kit., price £350,

well furnished,. We can recommend.

RESIDENTIAL, Darlinghurst, 13 nus. and kit, well

furnished,, suite every room, price £375.

RESIDENTIAL, 12 rms, and kit, «cit furnished, clear-

ing^!, close to feny, price £300.

BOARDING-HOUSE, 7 rms., kit, gd. tariff, pr. £140. BOARDING-HOUSE, 10 rms., 'well furnished, £200.

RESIDENTIAL, 12 nus., kit, clearing £i weekly,

rent £2, well furnished, price £155. . RESIDENTIAL, 0 rms., kit, income £2 Its, £75. CONE., trade £14, olear.. £3, price £57 10s.

CONFECTIONERY, trade £12, well stocked, good

value, low rent, price £S0. J .

. _ , FLOOD and CO., 87 Market-street LESLIE AND CO.,

THE BUSY BUSINESS AGENTS,

23 Y'ICTORIA-CnAJIBERS, FIRST FLOOR, _? 03 ELIZABETH-STREET._

BOARDING-HOUSE, lovely posilion, N., Sydney,

always full. £185. Leslie and Co._ AN ABSOLUTE PRESENT, SPLENDID BUSINESS,

' good suburb, no opposition, Grocery, MLxod, Wood and Coal, big turnover, rent £1. Sure fortune to smart man. Call to-day, ! _.. . _LESLIE and CO.

aROCERY and MIXED, rent 15s, 'takings £23 per

week, trial given, £00. Sole Agents, .

LESLIE and CO., 63 Elizabclh-Btreet (upBtairs).

COÑFEC'fíOÑEItY, Refreshments, good pos" George

street beautifully fitted, heavily-stocked, lease, ¿130. Soe this at once. LESLIE and CO.

RYAN, HOTEL BROKER. 8 P.O.-chambcrs, 114A

' Pitt-si, opp. G.P.O. Telephone. 30111._.

EYAN.--HOTEL, well-known shipping house, 7 yrs.'

1 lease, tak. £E0 wkly., eau finance. £1350.

KYAN.-HOTEL, busy sub. comer, beer trade 0 x

"¡O's XXX wk.-, all over bar. XlbOO. 114A Pitt-st

RYAN.--HOTEL, subn., thc only one at the price

' that can bc recommended, tukes £45. £7¡-.0.

- TTOTEL, S. COAST, cheapest ottering, bar and house !, JJ- takings average £80 week, £1000. Ryan.

- TTOTEL, NORTH, 12 yrs.'-fae., taks. over £120 wk., :, XX well-funi., £20.00, cash. Ryan. 114A Pitt-st

" TTOTEL, WEST, 8-yra.' 1"»., takes £50 wkly., all Od

I, O drinks, £800 cash. limn, TUA Pitt-st._

^ TvTEWS AGENCIES FOR SALE." "M" >-? X> ,3000 wk., F. Cds., etc., rent £1, profit £5, £280. - ; 4300 wk.. Haby., Conty., rrnt 17s, profit £7, £485.

! NEVILLE, 23 Postjpfurc-chambcrs.lllA Pitt-street ^¡.vrÁNÚFÁ'OTURIÑO BUSINESS, "Vtock, plant, macnyT,

lu. any reas, trial, compelled sacrifice,. £225.

| NEVILLE, 23 Poat_ OfBcc-chambcra. 114A Pitt-street. ~, ! ""WÖ'SV-ls tfic Bargain Season.-Snug little MIXED , XN BUSINESS and sUDAGENCY, at busy seaside re-

tort, doing good business all tho year round, profits £3 .winter, £5 summer, £175.

NEVILLE. ,23 Post Oiflce-chnnibers, 114A Pitt-street

! "A Ñ" EXCEP'TIOÑAL OPPORTUNITY.

. Xi. HAIRDRESSER, TOBACCONIST, populous suburb, ¡'¡compelled to. leave State, -ir.u« sacrifice, estab. busi. - ness, chowing £l:wk. clear. _ Pries for quick sale £95. i. NEVILLE, 53 Post Office-chambers, 114A Pitt-street.

! "p ÜTCIIEI1Y, suburbs, 4' todlco,~~40 sheep S Iambi, " i ly best prices, Register, 1 Turnout, 'rent 27s Cd,

lease, tip-top residence, £200. Terms arranged.

n BUTCHERY', modern shop, up-to-date plant registev,

I r.'d utensils, turnover £50, any investigation, £C35..

Terms.

BUTOHERY', main road, turnover £90, no delivery, ' lease, rent £2 Äs, everything complete, £450. Samt-

bands yeara.

BUTCHERY, picked position, unopposed, no delivery,

7 bodies, 69 sheep, 18 If.inbs, rent £2. This will stand investigation. £8''5. Takings £80 weekly. Same hands years,. -

THE COMMERCIAL DEFENCE ASSN., ?

Martin-chambers. Moore-strect

(""TRÔCËHY BUSINESS, taking £60 a week, same T hands SO yean, any investigation, cash required f about £300. A Sure Fortune for energetic man.

FRUIT and GENERAL, MIXED BUSINESS, in thc best suburb, all high-class trade, for Sale, on account of late owner's death. A Fortune for man and wile starting in life. Price, £175, or fair offer.

R. O. READ,

-_ Room 12, 1»S Pitt-strcct. upstairs.

HIGH-CLASS RESIDENTIAL FLATS, TERMS,

DARLINGHURST

Five Self-contained Flats (extra large roonra), mag- nificently furnished, lovely views. Flats let.to per . manenle. Long lease. Clears £7-r^'J^0

' BONA-FIDE BUYERS ONLY EN". RT A NED.

NICE HOME IN ."ELECT SURROUNDINGS.

MACKENZIE AND CO.,

) 'Phone. 415 City- JÜT irii.e-street fist Floor).

-ODGING-UOUSE, near Railway, 6 rooms, rent 12s,

well furnished, plano Included, bargain, £2».

j _ RALSTON, SEAJL, 37 Elizabeth-street

- xTlMDWfîTL"'cfiAMBERS, D'hurst, 7 rooms, rent

XV 10s, nicely furnished, good piano, always full, i £00. RALSTON, SEARL, 37 EHzabctb-strcet

-ODGING-UOUSE, Hyde Park, 0 rooms, rent 27s Od,

clears £2 wk., only £115- Ralston, 37 Ebzabcth-st HOCERY, Mixed; 4 rooms, rent 27s Od, well

slocked, trade £15"wk., soda fountain, ice chest, etc.. £85, RALSTON, SEARL, 37 Elizabeth-street

C' CONFECTIONERY, .PASTRY, etc., malu st., 5 rooms,

J' takings £12 wk. well stocked, fittings, bargain, i £05. RALSTON, SE'ARL, 87 Elizabeth-street_

SUPERIOR BOARDING-HOUSE at GLEBE POINT,

17 rooms, well furnished, LOW RENT, LONG LEASE, 20 penn, boarders, PRICE £450.

BOARDING-HOUSE, NORTH SYDNEY', same hands 4

years, PRICE £200.

KIRRIBILLI.-B'UOUSE, grounds, £430.

' ". Mrs. SEYMOUR,

'. - , Parley-chambers, 156 King-street.

A' REFINED HOME and~GÓOD TOCOME asedio

Lady by'taking over a FIRST-CLASS HOUSE, BEAUTIFULLY SITUATED, at M'Mahon's Point

The CONNECTION : IS GOOD. Turill ? from. 80s to £2 2s. A LIMITED NUMBER ONLY TAKEN, there- fore no arduous HOUSEKEEPING. Price £550.

Mrs. SEYMOUR'S BUSINESS AGENCY,

150 King-street

RESTAURANT, doing good trade, dears after ex-

penses £4 per Week,' rent 30s, fine sah and dwg., well furnished, £110. O. L. WILLIAMS, 71 Ellz.-st RESTAURANT, nice elliss, Od ami up, close G.P.O.,

' suit one or two smart ladles, price £95.

' O. L. WILLIAMS, 71 Elizabeth-street.

aROCERY, etc., rapidly growing, good-class subur-

ban business, linc shop, dwelling, stables, sheds, cte . rent 23s, trade £30, no goodwill, stock and plant at valuation. O. L. WILLIAMS, 71 Elizabeth-street

ES1DENTIAL CHAMBERS, city, good house, 0 rms., well furnished, lo\y rent, most genuine, and bert value in Sydney, £180. O. L. Williams. 71 KHz,-st.

1SED Business,- well stocked, good sound living, price £75. O. L. Williams, 71 Klizahetll-st

-ESTDENTIAL HOUSE, D'hurst, 0 rms., well fur

nished, exceptionally clean, full of permanents, £3 Us per week net profit guaranteed, price £215, liait cash. D. HENRY and CO.. MO King-street

EVIDENTIAL HOUSE, Vlctoria-st, 0 nns., low rent,

full permanent«, price £78, half cash.' A Bargain.

_ D. HENRY and CO.. 166 King-street.

OARDING-IIOUSE, Redfern, 7 rooms, well fur

liishcd, 6 hoarders, rent 23s, price £110, half cash.

DUDLEY HENRY and CO.. 150 King-street.

-ÉSIDENT1AL,' North Sydney, overlooking harbour,

close ferry, lo rooms, full permanents, well fur- nished, suites in every room. A Gift, £216, half cash. DUDLEY HENRY and CO.. 150 King-street.

-ÖUNTRY and SUBURBAN BAKERIES, our spe

cialitv. Buyers please note.

MURPIÏT, CO., Dahvood-chnmhs.. 117 Bathurst-st.

Ooxi.'KcmÓ"ÑERY', Fancy Gds., Stationery, tntde £15

to £20 weekly, hooks to prove trade, price £135.

MURPHY'. CO.. Dalwood-chamhors.

TÏ/HXED Confectionery, and Haberdasher}', etc., de iYL cent 'trade, 3 bedrooms, etc., good yard, rent ISs, lease 18 months, price £25.. _

MURPHY, Dalwood-cliambcrs.

-LOCKED Ncwsagencv, railway suburb, SOOO papers,

nrice £800. Murphy. Dalwood-chambers. /

-ÄNLY'.-High-class BOARDING-HOUSE and REST-.

AURANT. net income £700 a year, and increas- ing good lease. 35 rooms. £1300 cash.

Annlv Manager,

, App^_in Pecan Beach, Manly.

I' ODCING-I10USE, 0 rms., rent 20s, well furnished, J always full, only £55. ? Rose, lo Elizabeth-st.

-ÜSÍNIíSSES,; all descriptions,- cash or terms, any

? suburb, prices low. Rose and Co., 10 EHzabetli-st. RESID". "CHAMB., S rms., 20s wk., new fur.. Al post

' Hon, cheap, £135. Toland, 270 Clevcland-st.

I-MMÍHERÍNG" BUS., doing 4 bodies, 50 »ii.. 2 pigs,

5 sundries, £220, Quick sale. Owner. 04 I'.O.-'rhhrs.

OSMAN.-63 Sites, including watT frontages. Upper

Spit-rd Est., TOMORROW. R. and W., ' Ltd.

BUSINESSES FOR SALE OR WANTED

jg-OTELS. WINE DEPOTS. HOTELS.

CALDWELL and CO., Wino »nd Spirit. Merchants, '

Falmouth-chambevs, 117 Pitt-street.

OTELS. On the famous Clarence River, thc garden

of'N. S. Wales, rent COi, lease 0 years, tugs. £13, full price £350. This, is an us usual ? chance for a beginner.

[OTELS. Another on tho Clarence, rent 55s, leia

1 OJ years, takings £t5, £1050 iull price.

IOTELS. In un excellent Southern town, rent 70s,

let-off 40s, lease O years, tkgs. £55. Tba best-built houje in the town, 23 rooms, and billiard-rooms. Hight against etation,

all Od drinks. Ule Urst to inspect will

buy.

HOTELS. On Southern line, in very fine district, rent

£4, exceptional lease of 13 years, taking

- £00, all Od, cash £1300, and loan £700,

Tooth's.

i, A Real Good Wine Depot, in a fine conn,

'try town, only 150 miles hy rail. The

" owner' Is selling regardless ol co;*, aa at .

matt leave directly for England. Price, £250, worth nearly double.

WINE. « Numerous Wine Depots, both town ami _country."at right prices. Call and tee ni. rv AN HENRY.-Hotel, Ccorge-st, tree house, 8 jean" I lease, takings; £13O,_£S0OO.__35 Bligli-st.

rVAN- HENRY.-Uotel, Clrculnr Quay, proof, trade 1J L x 3C'a weekly, takings £100, £2200. 35 Dtlgh-sL [VAN HENRY.-Hotel, line suburban corner, 7 yrs.

Iso., proof, beer 7 X 30's, tkg. £70, £1700. 35 Bligh-ît.

COUNTRY HOTEL, ralL terminus, 14 yrs.' lease, saar.

takings £135 weekly. £2000. 1. Henry. 35 HUgh-st. I ICTURE SHOW, all gear, for Sale, and plant, cha.

Ivan Henry, 35 Bligh-st._ ÏOTÙRE SHOW, freehold and plant, clearing tum

yearly. Ivan Henry, 35 Bligh-st._ ENERAL STORE, best country town. "

Turnover stock four times a year. Finest opportunity to make money.

IVAN HENRY, 35 Bligh-stittt.

ltAPERY, MERCERY, AND llAUURDaSllliitY,

Best corner, suburb.

Has Bix linc shop fronts.

Walk in, walk out. £1400.

Premises can carry £6000 stock, and can do taraorefc _._IVAN HENRY, 35 Bligh-gttwt.I

ELLSMORE and WOODBURY,

S and 0 LOMBARD-CHAMBERS,

107 PITT-STREET. ('Phone, 3S05 Qty.)

UOTEL, improving position, near large rematío»

grounds, and close large entertainment halli, lab inga £55, house splendid order, £000.

HOTEL, HANDY TO PARK-STREET, 5 minutes' mik,

new building, lease 10 yrs., rent £3, taking £60, , most profltable business, £1000. .lust Instructed.

nOTEL, main traffic st., near warehouses, factories,

takings £45, price £750.

HOTEL, COUNTRY, lease 10 yrs., rent £4, talton

£80, at Od, solid town, irce, £1500.

HOTEL, COUNTRY", near rly. station, home recently

' renovated, OJ yrs., rent £2, takings £45. £85&

()NLY £250 CASH REQUIRED!-~ -

°"!SlC,il1 ,Gc,?cr?1 Ütoro (Deemed ta*.),

With good Post-office Income. T'''

ToUl purchase.including property, furniture, niano,

2 sections of Lund, and all assets ^

£950. ' - A GREAT BARGAIN.

_. . Ll same hands 30 years.

lhere being no opposition, Hie profits are n,M,.»,,

llusiness easily handled! Dwefilat ViooÄf1

. Easy Terms, £250 Cash -

n"Pi°3'?5,'- U°Bimn> <" dorking Family.

XS^n <?,00<i Climate and Prosperous District

Off RaUway (o miles), Pictures^ Sty , W. BUTLER and CO. (Only). ,

Storekeepers- E^MW,, ("pp. FamEr,)(

r>ESTDENTIAL" CHAMBERS, Moore-rirlcT-!^

£A8 a,o,!£i2o.ui,y wts

O'NEILL and CO., 151 Georgcstroot lVur,

^-_near Grace Bros.

^ODGrNG-IlOUSE, near University, reflnedTocalliy! J^S rooms, rent 20s week, li sold to-day foo. Set

O'NEILL and CO., 154 Ceorgc-street Welt

iSÄ ^X^!"*' 11S' ^

O'NEILL and CO., 154 George-street West,

---_near Grace Bros.

TJIHipENTIAL.. city railway, 6 Vm^üTTS íion'^nSKí;' 3(r* »*. "nt- 'a» ls-ela« gnats £T-_BARTON and CO., jajnirabotb-street.

DAT Y' n°?ln Sn,0RE"LINE, «s^Tanas

, (1? gall, daily, 4 lises., carts, 10 acres, 0 y. lease nice dwell.,- £225. terms. HARTOS, 16 Elk-st

PIQAn^0,ULT,UY Farm- 7 n,iUa '«m city, 250 pig7

2100 head poultry, horses, carls, farm plant, br area, £420, terms. BARTON, 10 Elizabeth-street

OAFE, TEA, and GRILLS, centre city, 7» yr. lease

nicely equipped, clears £6 wk. prollt, genuine bur ere can have 14 days' trial, with £75 loan. Price £176._BARTON and CO., 10 Elizabeth-street,

EESIDENTIAL, Vic-st, D'hursV, 0 nns., kit, cte

wcU furn, and full. We will lend £75 te gemuiv buyer. Price, £105. BARTON and CO.. 10 EIU.-S1

ALEXANDER AND NELSON

Savings Bank-chambers, ll Moore-street.

HOTEL, few miles out, 0 y., suit mar. couple, £153 HOTEL, city centre, 8 y., takes £30 wk, free, £250 HOTEL, West. Sub., dr. C x Si, takes £00, £1050 HOTEL, 5 min. G.P.O., 5 x 80, takes £55 wt, £SO0 UOTEL, heart city, long Iso., £140, free, e. tms^ £30« BOARDING-HOUSE, .must be sold, dears £15, £950 RESIDENTIAL CHAMBERS, Dlist, well fur., t, £350 RESTAURANT, heart city, clears £8, tem«, £180 BOARDING HOUSE

PREMIER POSITION,

22 rooms, beautifully furnished, never a raeann tariff from £2 2s, two acres ol ground, tennis court vegetable garden, SO mixed fruit trees, poultry mm LEASE 5 YEARS, rent £5 p. w. PRICE, £|0M This House has NEVER BEFORE BEEN OS JIU MARKET, and offers au EXCEPTIONAL OPPORT1JN1T) to obtain a HIGH-CLASS BUSINESS, combined1 wiú a T.nvFi.Y HOME. J. P. LEADER, a Eluvsfrcet. T>UfÖIIERINÜ BUSINESS, splendid stand, busy sub J-> url), present hands 0 years; 2\ bodies, 35 step, best prices. CLEARS £10 WEEK. Foll value ia plant. Owing to illness, £250. Spain, Castlereagh llncf CAFE, first-class connection, CLEARS ian «eek.

' bank refs. Fullest investigation; trial, £7oO.

_SPAIN. 2B CastlewaehOteet

BOARDING-HOUSE, splendidly furnished, N. Sydney

HIGH TARIFF- £450.

spiry, 2R Cnstlercacn-strect RESIDENTIAL, id sec., s large rm, we swo, i» ?li 22s Od, newly furn.. £140. Holmes, ll' lUthmttj R- "ESIDENTIAL, nice house. 7 rms., etc., rent SI««

new furn., niano, wardr,. £120. lloiiuej^tog H" A1HDRESSER, Tobacconist, North Coast, splenij

position, shop, dwelling, lease, old estab.,tn»

w. u-lt all best fittings, register, etc., g.w., puni

ljo&fES.JOXHS, 117 Bathurst*

T1ÍCTURE FRAMER, splendid business, rapidly ii J- creasing, clearing £5 per week, on thc: IntoliB £550. RESIDENTIAL AGENCY, o d es ablished, tit inc £5 uer week. Selling owing to ill-health. Ito

cn, £175*. CONFECTIONERY, DRINKS, TEA »OM

old cst on thc tramline. Owner leaving for tie COT irv must sell. £110. CIiARKE, WARD, and CO.

ffilne^ Agenti, KjAlr^cctlJ^m^^

rVÍLLIARD SALOON, 2 first-class tables, license, good li will, Attings, etc., excellent Position could il Hairdressing and Tobacco.Business, splendid chancel»

an"energetic, man. Kuli price, £250.Mon y sw£

In tables alone. Apply owner, F. JIAMA. .180 Pam tnatta-road. Petersham, opp. Catherine-street-_

OUNTRY GENERAL STORE, turuoi-er £8000, ibo«

lng good profit, largo faming centre indag growing, on the railway ¡lue. The Store and Uitap

can be purchased or leased. . _. .,

CLARKE, WARD, and CO., Business Agents, i. Alfred-street. Milson's Point._ -1HC1I and CO., 1 GLEBE-ROAD.

RESIDENTIAL CHAMBERS and Boarding-house,

rooms, well furnished, all full, rent 27s Od taHag1 over lent. Price £200. Fruit and Coule.nioner., sic« residence: trade £25, pnT £fiO. BARBAR* T~> ESIDENTIAL, D'hurst, 7 rooms, well iurniaw, XV clears 60s. A bargain. £12¡>. _

nAYTSS and CO.. 163 King-strret,_eit^ T> ESIDENTIAL, 7 rooms, well furnished, plano. * ±V nift, £55. Hayes, Cn- Mng-st. near lierai^ -ÂSTRYCOOK'S BUSINESS, Illawarra Linc, all »

trade, over counter, taking £30 week no op»* tlon. Complete, updo-date plant. Price £1.-0. API*

J.D., P.O., Marrickville.. _.---rr

T>li5TÓ.-GÍearchatícc~oMain STI'Din. bes |«J XT city, at sacrifice price; owner compelled jell, h connection, cap. great extension; d f. shop, clan. nur«. trial if required. VELOX. BnrwoMJM^._.-? rriOBACCONlST. Hairdressing, Stationery P«Tir{£j JL lion, tliriving railway town, South'»ff profits, long lease, wcU ffltablnthed. Owner rrUrav Nora, rent Price £145. Craig and Aitken. Oajw?^ /CARPENTER'S BUSINESS for sale, mali.i ¡*r«M' \J thriving suburb, good chance .'"S&noS, Owner going into other business. Apply BAaiuwi Hairdresser. Market.sUeet1_^ityJ-- r; TiRESSMAKER'S Business, 15 years same

X) hTFurnlture of 5 rms., rent Ste.. eastern w**. £65 thc lot- Owner leaving the State. 3üö o11»

street, Paddington^_No_».gents. ^.r-ig

a«o» «'ail

steldy m«". V** úfenos. 60 ^rk-strert^

TTÍESIDENTIAL Chambers, ''arhn^urrt,

XV best position, same hands years well lura ^ £240. SMITH and CO1!J08^Pitt:stIcet. 1/V3TATE AGENCY, good suburb rent roll, well um

iiiished oülee. Particular. « »t<^^.

T OUOLNG-HOUSE, city, central Po»»"iT. =:l "JJjJ

JJ denn, nicely furnished, clear profit «

¿yM5. A snap. * Spa_i_J)ros.J_- ^-^a-^^7¡j-!í~_£ tTÚSn and'ClUPS for SALE, cheap. .1Î- W>° Xi. shire-st, _ city. ______.--J-g T5oTRDING-nOÖSE> rooms, rent SI«, meow . IS 103, .veli furn.. £W. Rex Agcy., M J__?il3 T7ÛSÏI, Chips, Shop, 5 rooms, rent 22s «Kl, PT:«

J ,w¿ek, £05, Rex Agency, 9Ù Ceor__*J>& Â,1TXED, Shop, 8 rooms, rent Hs; stock, seal«, . ill 118 Jamcs-st,: Leichhardt._TTTlfi STATIONERY, Fey. Goods, Library, stock shew»J

reasonable offer. 337 Parramatta-rd^beteng'

WANTED Sell small Business. (Ntwn.), Mat .

Music, etc. shun, ii r.. £2a- \ .jOgfe« YA7ANTED, by ENGLISH COUPLE, AM WM

VV that »-ill show a good living. «P '° £jw. ^ be sound. ZEALAND1C, co. S. Gormley, S.»

street, just below G.P.O. ..._-j-r3_

\X7Tb.7Miïed Grocery or Conf. and Pastry. 'or T'^ VV new arrivals, to ,1*0. Kent. G.P.O.-_

?f ADY with £15. like meet another, same amount, » ?L start a business. Mrs. Foster, 'Ig?jiiJ%p

Y*7ANTED. News Agency, »«. VV subs.: no agents recognised. Ime___Wir-_

YT7E have Buyers waiting, Mixed }}w»**'<>lïd* VV Pad., Wool., must bear Ins. White, C°^íi¿L-.

I'D., Residential or Boarmng-nouse, an)

locality, any price. Mrs. Oxfejlgl^5^ ANTED, Hairdressing and Tobacconist Bus.;, *

£100 or £150. dinner, »llham-sjj^ WANTED, Residential Chambers, M JT°¡¡%¡"_

«on, £200. half cash. F.C.W.. ner_j^^

WANTED to "Re.it, House or Cottage, mU »a

niturc in same, no agents. Jh^JT1' ' ¿y

WRSCSS!" feg^S__jfe,

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WANTED, Grocery and Mixed Bus., Nortb, S«*g

nref.. gd. dwlc., rt. 25s, Hinton. l^JJlLS^ WANTED, Mixed Business, suit 2 ladies. No as

Mascotte. Herald Pillee. Ilunter-st.-__-j¡J WANTED, Stationery. Fancy <^.._ïeI _!

ladv. no naper run, sub.. £200- 'jS-i-r^ WANTED, Grocery Bus., Tunter trade prc!., .

hours, sulv. £-100: inspec. DaPlo_lhj*l U--j ANTED, Syduey or auburns small W ans Pastrycook's Business. Ankh, St. Pct«'

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