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THE PARKINA-FOLDESY CONCERTS.
BOX PL ANS OPEN THIS MORNING
At Messrs. Howells, Young, & Co.
BJ SEE **&. x* x..
-. .1 Under the Direction of Mr. J. C. WILUAMSON, commencing
SATURDAY NEST, MARCH l8,
And thereafter TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY (MATINEE AND EVENING), 21st and 22nd March.
THE FD3ST GREAT MUSICAL EVENT OF THE \EAR. THE
Parkina - Foldesy Concerts.
the Young American Nightingale,
, the Famous English Tenor.
le Well-known Brilliant Pianist.
The Great Hungarian Cellist.
the Celehnted Welsh Contralto.
the Widely Known Solo Flautist, MANAGERIAL ANNOUNCEMENT
Each of the six artistes who are taking part in this unique and most interesting tour-Foldesy, Parkina, Whitworth, Mitton, Victor Marmont, Margaret Thomas, and Signor Amadio-lias a history In art and a glowing record of success which has rendered his or her name famous in the world of
Bearing m mind the remarkable personnel of the party it is not too much to a^rt that ne>er before in the history of similar enterprises in this city has it been found po<sible to bring to ' gether, for a purpose of this kind, a number of artistes of such world »ide eminence and
BOX OFFICE ARRANGEMENTS. * _
BOX-PLANS for the entire series of Four Concerts open at HoweUs, \oung, & Co.'s THIt> MORN. 1NG. at » o'clock. Prices-Dress Circle and Reserve Stalls O'; Stalls 3/; and Back Seats, 2'i _G. MVTHESON, Representative.
TO'W .Iff' TT A T-T- -Ä.X»3Bla jÄ-3:a>El.
FAREWELL COMPLIMENTARY CONCERT TO
tfR. FRANK L. ROBERTSOST,!
THE YOUNG ADEL\IDE B4RITONE
POPULAR PRICES. POULAR ARribTS EXCELLENT PROGRAMME.
PLAN AND DAY SALES AT MARSHALLS" MUSIC WAREHOUSE, RUNDLE-STREET, :t
Prices of Admission-Dress Circle, 3/; Reserved Front Stalls, g^çgjgkn^B^aSS '''
, THIIE GKL^OI^IRITTiMÎr
71 ONLY ICE EINK IN AUSTRALIA. j iWONDEBFUL EXHIBITION OF SKATING BY PROF. BREWER, FROM THE PRINCE'S BINE, j
LONDON. THE WORLD'S MOST SCIENTDJTC AND GRACEFUL SKATEB.
11 Admission-Adults, 1/: Children, 6d.
* Open Mornings, 10 to 12; Afternoon, 3 to 5; Evening, 7.45 to 10._72-4
FRED S. SMITH, J. J. VIRGO.j
MEETINGS FOR MEN,
TO-DÀY, VICTOKIA (Y.M.GA.) HALL.
I p.m.-BUSINESS MEN.
7.45 n m.-MASS MEETING OF MEN. , II ¿.ta -CONFERENCE WITH MINISTERS.
A MEETING FOB WOMEN, under the auspices of the Y.WjCXA., will be held in the Victoria Hall on Thursday, at 3 30 n-m. H. A. WHEELER, Gen Secretary., '
jTCNGWOOD A. & H. SOCIETY.
ANNUAL SHOW, SATURDAY, MARCH IS.
APPLE-GROWERS, .""" __ COMMONWEALTH CHAMPION CHALLENGE CUP
FOB EXPORT APPLES. Now on view, 128, Bundle-street.
70,3,5_ J. E¡ McQAVISK, Hon. Sec.
¡MOTOR L\UNCH EXCELSIOR will run trip to !*"- Outer Harbor Wednesday Afternoon, leaving
Ferry Steps at 3 p m._73-4
TT7AAWOHKS-Afcade WaSWorks-80 Life-lÄe ^VT Figures, Heroes, Bushrangers, and Criminals, latest sensations. Horton, Bonfield. 6d. 67-73
MOUNT PLEASANT SHOW.
~UA _ MARCH l8.
Intending Visitors Note
r »BAGS^LEAVE SOUTHERN CROSS HOTEL,
i *~> King William-Street,
At a OA A.M., SHOW DAY.
1 73-4 0. ÖBDTFITHS, Gilles Arcade. 4 ! .. J_._ friRY Turkish Bath.-City Bath, open daily, 3/ ¡J-, each Thursday reserved for ladies only. Surday mornings for gents, 2/ each._70-S3
PORT ADELÀIDEJACINC CLUB.
j MARCH MEETING, SATURDAY, MARCH l8.
ACCEPTANCES are Due TÍOS DAY (Tuesday) for TRIAL STAKES (Handicap) -10/.
HANDICAP HURDLE BACË -1 sov. ST. PATBICK'S HANDICAP -1 sov. JUVENILE HANDICAP.-10/.
PORT ADELAIDE STEEPLE (Handicap) -1 sov. CHELTENHAM PARK HANDICAP.-1 sov. .WELTER HANDICAP.-10/.
At Gordon's Agency, before 4pm; and at the Offices of the Club, Divett street, Port Adelaide,
before 7 pm.
_,_T. W. TUXFORD, Secretary.
/CERTAINTIES. Port Meeting, four good things ,V/ for Saturday: fee 1/ dally.-"Buzzi," c/o George Wright, lung Wm.-st_ JfXTINNEBS fur Port meeting, Saturday, fees 2/6 !» V daily -M. Lee, Tattersall's Stables, Hindley st.
Cricket Notices._ Á.S. AND B.T. ACADEMY.
\ "PAST V. PRESENT" CBICKET MATCH. , ^''ADELAIDE OVAL, THURSDAY. 16th mst.
(Old Students and Friends Cordially Invited.
78,5 B. W. FERGUSSON, Hon. Sec. "Presents."
ff INTEND TO APPLY for a MINERAL LEASE of L 20 Acres, situated at Willunga, as denned by post and trenches.
No Miner's Right, 7,884
JNO H T. TBEWENACK
Magill, March 7,1905_ofeSO
ASSAYER AND ANALYST.
C. A. GOYDER, F.C.S..
"~ BANK OF NEW ZEALAND CHAMBEES,
12, PnUE-STREET, ADELAIDE.
Analyst under the Food and Drugs Act and the
Fertilisers Act, 237eowc m.
THOMAS JAMES BVRBETT, of Adelaide, Licens-
ed Victualler Deceased -AU Persons having CLAIMS against the Estate arc requested to for ward full particulars thereof to Mra Barrett, Ter minus Hotel, Adelaide, on or before the 20th inst
Dated the 14th day of March, 1905
E. W. O'HVLLOBAN,
73,6,3 Solicitor to the Executors
NORTH-TERRACE. TELEPHONE 113.
v/ MR.C.B.H.WOLF, v/ .^^ Dental Surgeon, ^^
Clifton Chambers, Kins William
*~* Kearly opposite Tivoli Theatre.
% COMPLETE SET OF TEETH ONE GUINEA.
PAINLESS DENTISTRY m all its branches by the latest American devices. The cheapest and awst perfect system of Dental Surgery in til«
AU Work guaranteed 10 years.
ftnrse in attendance for ladies. Consultation and advice free.
Telephone 1,664. 2S8weo.lOS
THE DENTAL COMPANY'S
operators are experts in all the best and latest improvements in Crown Bridge, Pivoting, GoW and Vulcanite Work. The Dental Company devotes special attention to the making and
which are manufactured of such a color and tone as to perfectly suit the complexion. It ¡s »^Possible for the dosest observer to detect them from Sie natural teeth AU Materials used by the Company are of the first SnaUty. The workmanship is un Snïïfed ia the State, pe Dental Company guarantees a perfect fit and every satisfaction.
NOTE NAME AND No. 89
Ii. 31, DABBY,
'ANNUAL MEETLNG PORT BRANCH S.A. i^*- CALEDONIAN SOCIETY, ODDFELLOWS' HALL, TO-NIGHT, at 8 p.m. Election of Officers, Receiving and Adopting Annual Report and Balance-Sheet, &c.
_J. J. WALSH, Hon. Treasurer.
THE NATIONAL MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION
NOTICE is hereby given that an EXTRAORDI- NARY GENERAL MEETING of the National Mu- tual Life Association of Australasia, Limited, will be held at the Association's Offices, corner of Col. lins and Queen streets, on MONDAY, 20th March,
1905, at 3 o'clock p.m. .
Business.-To receive the Report of the t Actuary on the investigation of the affairs
, of the association as at 30th September,
3904, and the report of the directors there-
By order of the board,
E. J. STOCK, Actuary.
Melbourne.- 8th March. 1905._ 73-4
TRINITY COLLEGE, LONDON.
THEORY EXAMINATION, JUNE 10.
"Exams, will be held at Adelaide, Gawler, Peters- burg, Port Pirie, Millicent, Snowtown.
ENTRIES CLOSE FRIDAY, MARCH 17.
" - H. E. FULLER, Local Secretary.
Steamship Buildings, Currie-street. 61,8,73,6 . PTHE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF GEORGE
LANE WARE, late of Franklin Harbor, Store- keeper, Deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that a THIRD and FINAL DIVIDEND of TWO SHILLINGS AND SIX- PENCE in the pound (2/0 in the £, making in all twenty shillings in the pound) is now PAY- ABLE at the Offices of the undersigned, Steamship Buildings, Currie-«treet, Adelaide, to aU Credi- ton of the above-named Deceased, who have proved their claims.
Dated the 14th day of March, 1905.
JOHN F. KEY,
_Receiver of the Abovenamed Estate.
STATE WILLIAM CHARLES LANGLOIS, late
of Flinders and Carrington streets, Adelaide, Grocer, Deceased.
A THIRD DIVIDEND of ONE SHILLING in the pound (1/ in the £) is now PAYABLE at the Offices of the undersigned, to aU Creditors who
have proved their claims.
JNO. F. KEY, âj, ._,
Steamship Buildings, Currie-street, Adelaide.
IN the ASSIGNED ESTATE of THOMAS HO
CART, the elder, of St. Vincent-street, Pore Adelaide, in the State of South Australia, Grocer. NOTICE is hereby given that the Trustee, in pur- suance of Section 284 of Part XI. of VThe Insol- vent Act, 1886," has this day filed in the Court of Insolvency such account as by the said Act is required. It is proposed to pay a First and Final Dividend of Twenty Shillings in the Pound (20/ in £.) to aU Creditors who have proved their claim.« and have signed the deed or assented thereto in writing, on and after Friday, the tenta day of March, one thousand nine hundred and five, at the Offices of the undersigned. Dated at Adelaide this 22nd day of February, 1905. JOHN F. KEY, Trustee, 37 and 39, Steamship Buildings, Currie-street, Adelaide.-Government Gazette, February 23.
DRESSMAKING Simplified (New Langer); best
in world, taught technical schools, Victoria. Perfect patterns, any style. Inspect; marvellous trimmer.-14, Franklin-st. Miss Colquhoun. 47-77 DBESSCUTTING.-Special Class, Fridays, 7.30 to
9: 5/ qr.-Miss Colquhoun, 14, Franklin-st. _66-79
CABO & O O., Hotel Brokers, &c., EEMOVED to
101, King WiUiam-street.
opposite Royal Exchange. 70-3
mo Mr. W. C. RODDA, Machinist, Kadina.-I X hereby APOLOGISE to you for having IN- FRINGED YOUR PATENT for a "DUST PRO- TECTOR" on Harvesting Machinery.' I under-
take to pay the damages and costs demanded by j you in respect thereof, and to discontinue such in- fringement for the future.
Dated 3rd March, 1905.
73x77 A. HANNAFORD, Farmer, Riverton.
DELAD3E CHILDRENS' HOSPITAL.
Cases under treatment last year, 638; and at Q.V.C. Home, Mount Lofty, 55; total, 693. .
Out Patients, 1,529. Total attendances at Dis- pensary, 8,260.
As the Hospital is dependent on voluntary con- tributions assistance is requested in the form of Annual Subscriptions, Donations, Proceeds of En- tertainments, and Bazaars, Dairy and Garden Pro- duce, Provisions. &c. Old Linen always accept-
201oew:lfl6_H. T. BURGESS, Secretary.
-piîIVATE HOSPITAL. -*- ADELAIDE NURSES' HOME, Wakefleld-st.
Principal-Miss HILL, Adelaide Children's Hos- pital (formerly Misses Tibbits and Hill).
For Medical, Surgical, Midwifery, and Infectious Cases. Separate House for Midwifery Cases. In- fectious Cases isolated in Cottage quite separate from Hospital. Special arrangements made for children. Thoroughly Trained Nurses always avail- able and sent to cases on receipt of letter or tele gram Telephone 461._ 224cwo
W. S. ESAU, F.I.A., S.A.,
and LICENSED LAND BROKER,
1 and 2, BASEMENT, VICTORIA BUILDINGS, . * GRENFELL-STREET.
Telephone 1,288._ 66eu90
NOTICE.-AU PIGS, DOGS, GOATS, and POUL.
TRY found TRESPASSING on Sections No. 1099 and 1100, Hundred of Gilbert, will be DE- STROYED; and all HORSES, CATTLE, and SHEEP IMPOUNDED after this date.
Marrabel, March 10, 1905.
NORWICH UNION FIRE INSURANCE
With which ia amalgamated the Fire Insurance
Business of the
SQuTHAUSTRALIAfl INSUHAilCE COMPANY
Losses by lightning, whether property be set on Fire thereby or not, are covered.
OFFICE-NATIONAL MUTUAL BUILDINGS
(Next Bank of Adelaide),
89, KING WILLIAM-STREET, ADELAIDE.
Board of Advice-Franciä H. Snow, Esq., J.P. (Chairman); WiUiam Shierlaw, Esq., J.P.; F. W. Bullock. Esq., J.P.; A. G. Downer, Esq., and T. B. Scarfe, Esq. (Geo. P. Harris, Scarfe, ¿5 Co.,
Lowest Current Rates on all descriptions of pro- perty. Claims settled promptly and liberally.
98eowc R. A. PAXTON. Local Manager.
Medical, Chemicals, &c.