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_ AMUSEMENT»._ "WHY DO THEY CALL ME A GIBSON GIRL?"

SVY GIRLS, MEET ME

OK THE SHADY SIDE OT BOND-STREET.

^^^ AND GET SEVTS FOR

THE BELLE OP MAYFAIR TO-NIGHT.

1 FAREWELL MATINEE, WEDNESDAY NEXT, AT 2.

«THE BELLE OF MAYFAIR"FOR SIX NIGHTS LONGER.

TUCA TD p p ft Y A I SoJe lessee.F n pollock.

ncninc II U I H La Managing Directors,

RUPERT CLARKE, JOHN WREN, MEYNELL CLYDE MEYNLLL AND JOHN GUNN.

AND CONN'S SEASON.______ Business Manager, G. Homan Barnes

..The Belle" Rang. Out its Melodious Note of Gaiety

ON SATURDAY, AND THE TWO THOUSAND VOICES IN THE AUDIENCE ," RESOUNDED, ACCLAIMING IT AS THE

Greatest Musical Comedy Triumph since "Floradora." . _UNANIMOUSLY DECLARING THAT NOTHING THAT COULD COMPARE WITH

I THE BELLE OF MAYFAlrTj

in point of

SUMPTUOUS SPLENDOR,

«LÎTTERINQ GORGEOUSNESS,

DIAPHANOUS DANCES.

and

MELODIOUS MUSIC.

'THE, BELLES" OP ADELAIDE ARE CHARMING, THE "BELLES" ELSEWHERE ABB THE f«ra, BUT, NEVERTHELESS, THE MOST UNIQUE, THE MOST ENTICING, THE MOST BD

nESHING IS J

THE BELLE OF MAYFAIR

TO.BE- SEAN SIGHTLY AT THE THEATRE ROYAL FOR

SIX NIGHTS LONGER ONLY.

.... OPERA PRODUCED BY CHARLES \. VENMAN.

'AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA, UNDER THE B ATON OP MOTOR A. CHAMPION.

Pla» at Marabilla'. Prices, 6/, 3/, and 1/; Early, 1/ Extra to Gallery, at Duhst & Biven'i.

EVERY EVENING, CROTE-STttBET, NEXT CENTRAL MARKETS.

GIGANTIC» AND OVERWHELMING SUCCESS OP

' LENNON, HYMAN, AND LENNON'S

ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE AND ROYAL PICTURES.

Absolutely the Finest Show in Adelaida. All our Pictures aro guaranteed New and Up to Dite.

1103 PREMER AMUSEMENT RESORT.

' Admission-1/ and 6d.

TU F fi I Y M P I ñ DIRECTION OP T. J. WEST.

TIC ULIIflrlH. SKATING RDÍK IN HINDLElRTBEiT.

THEY ABE COMING SURE TO STAY IN ADELAIDE

Saturday i The Date- Next

, Next, I THE 5th DECEMBER. Saturday,

WESTS PICTURES

1 ' THE BEST OP ALL-UNAPPROACHABLE AND UNASSAILABLE

AT PRESENT THE RAGE OF SYDNEY, MELBOURNE, BRISBAÎ.E, PERTH, AND ADELAIDE

TO FOLLOW.

WEST'S PICTURES AT THE OLYMPIA.

vWUl on Saturday be presented iii a BRIGHTER, BETTER, and BIGGER SCALE THAN EVER.

6D. TO <>/ AND AT MILLION PRICES. O/ TO f»D.

*' . WESTS PREMIER ORCHESTRA. *'-> u

X» Accompany West's Pictures with Appropriate Incidental and Orchestral Selections.

A Matchless Combination c4 Pictorial Gems and Enchanting Music.

TO DELIGHT THE EYE AND PLEASE THE EAR.

iTHË OLYMPIA. wÄlTÄifc " THE OLYMPIA.

SATURDAY NIGHT NEXT.

FEDERAL EXHIBITION.

LAST " SOCIETY OF ARTS, "",__,. NORTH-TERACE.

~ ; ADMISSION öd.

^N " ? 885-40

ELDER CONSERVATORIUM.

TEE FINAL CONCEET

"fcf the/Session, which will conclude the year's

. ?. work, will be given on

MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 30,

at 8 o'clock, when a Programme ot VOCAL and

INSTRUMENTAL MUSÍO will bo presented I

by the STUDENTS.

The Vlce-Chaneellor will preside, and will con- ter theJDiplomas ol Asosciate In Music, and Lady ¡Way will.'distribute the prizes won during; the year. " * - ?.

Tickets,. 2/6 and I/, rosy be obtained at the UniverMty^Offlce. - " >' ,',329,81,3 5

rpraOTÖGRAPHER wlH accompany Renies, >*? Cricket Parties, Ac.; charges moderate. "Postcard," this omce. K ^ < ^

SWIMMING LESSONS DAILY.

', Ladies and Gents.

Miss Ethel Bastard Ladies' Class. BatH Filled with Cleon Water. HOT AND TURKISH Baths u usual, all hours. CITY BATHS. 335,7,9

ZOOLOGICAL GAEDENS.

LATEST ADDITIONS.

POLAR: BEARS AND RHEAS.

The ZOO. .'ii TWO MINUTES WALK FROM WAUOEVJLLJt TRAM, . t ,

Open DAILY from 9 a.m.; SUNDAYS, 10 to 5. _*_lOftiaie

spohtihc.

POET ADELAIDE ElCING

CLUB, >

LIMITED.

*. ."?>>"-. . - CUP MEETING. '

»ATURDAY, DECEMBER 26. 19«.

NOMINATIONS

7 for

.'-frial Stakes (Handicap), 75 eots., six furlongs.

.Alberton Hurdle Rice, Handicap, 100 sots., »bout two miles.

Port Adelaide Cup (Handicap), ot 600 bots , ?bout one mile and a. furlong and 40 yards.

Torrens Handicap, ¿f 100 eovs. (for two-years eld), fire furlongs.

.Corinthian Handicap, of 75 sovs., fot horses that hare finished, in any steeplechase, about one mile auld a furlong and 40 yards.

Woodville Handicap, of £150 sots., five furlongs. Croydon Welter (Handicap), bl 100 sots., one »ile.

CLOSE

.fr Gordon's Agency, Adelaide, np to 4* p.m.; or at Club's Office, Divctt-strcet, Port Adelaide, up to 5 p.m. THIS DAY (Monday), NoTember 30.

Nomination Fee-For Cup, 20/; for other éventa, 10/ each.

_2,_T. W. TUXFORD, Secretary.

fpjtURO ANNUAL RACES.

TO BE HELD OnTaNUARY 3, ia».

First Race to start at 12.30.

1RURO HANDICAP, of £8 8/.

' Tanunda Brasa Band of l8 Pertcrmers in atten

(¡arce.

à For Programmes end further particulars apply to ._HORACE O. BRANSON, Secietai?.

ROEEN HILL XX7KËY CLUB.

BOXING DAY MEETING.

SATURDAY, Pccember 26, 1908.

£25-Trial Handicap, six furlongs; Nomination, f/6; Acccptrncc, 10/.

£S0-Boxing Day Handicap, one mile; Nomina- tion, 10/j Acceptance, 25/.

£65-Hurdle Handicap, two miles; Nomination, 10/: Acceptance £0/.

£20-Corinthian Handicap, seven furloncs; Mini- mum weight, 10 st.; amateurs; Nomination, 7;0; Acceptance, 10/. . .

£40-Flying Handicap,' six furlongs; Nornma tUn, 10/; Acceptance. 15/. .

£30-Welter Handicap, one mile; Nomination, Í/0; Acceptance, 12/6. *

PenalUes fixed. See hand programmes.

Nominations Close on Tuesday, December 8, Gordon's Agency, Adelaide, 4 p.m ; Secretary, 0 f m. Weights, December 15; Acceptarces, De "ftogiammes", Certificates, ice., Gordon's Agency; 6S5.40 H. L. HOSHvR, Secretary,, Broken Hill.

AQUATICS.

TTENLEY"* BEACH REGATTA.

A MEETING will be held on THURSDAY even- ing: 3rd December, at 8 p m., at Ramsgate Hotel.

Business-Adoption of Balance-sheet, Election of

^^"'SCRYMGOUR AND TAYLOR,'Hon. Sees.

PUBUO NOTISCS.

WeU-Sinking and Boring.

MOST UP-TO-DATE PLANT. Under Expert Supervision.

Prices given and work completed under shortest

notice.

Apply by letter.

The Western Boring

Company,

li and 13. ROYAL EXCHANGE, ADELAIDE.

U .na ' _323cx326-47

,"T CUN & CO., 19Ï and 19, KING WHAlÂM

}J\t STREET SOUTH, near Glenelg Railway

p station.

w» are now showing a beautiful Trimmed Hat, ., ïTii^alsTcbil**«1 s Millinery, from 1/H trira !î.a- White Underskirts, 1/11; Cambric Costumes, ïm A*; Lames' Helmets, 1/11, Tan Hose, 7l"; Loo? White or Black Openwork Mita and CIr?i?'ih/« advertisement out and bring it along,

and wetbwü?Ä you 2/ in the pound offyôur

purcaMje.'. ", ,_£muothkw_ T^BOSSLErS BAS PRODUCER and KNOINH t-T inaTbe seen working daily at AUTORÍA, 46. FLINDERS-STREET._».*»

mo WHOM IT MAY COJiOEAN-Please take nofe UL that on and after the 30th November I #ul p&tmA itfsell RESPONSIBLE for any DEBTS

?arlrniiafl »any WD7E Margaret Sarah Cammcll,

Sïi»^ wr^ aoWtty.-B. S. CAMMELL.]

PUBLIC NOTICES.

GIRLS' REALM GUILD

The Iirst ANNUL MEETING wiU be held ht the Town Hall, Adelaide, on MONDAY, Novem ber 30, at 8 pm

Hu Excellency the Governor will preside

Speakers-Right Worshipful the Mayor, Bight Rev the Bfabop- of Adelaide, Very Rev the Dean of Adelaide, Rev H. Howard, Mr Herbert Phil bps Musical Programme by Mr Hyett and the Misses ¿BJroggemanh. and Hams.

Members are request»» to\b* in their seats by 7 45 pin Admission* by ticket.

EFFECTIVE VOTING.

THE FRANCHISE FOB EVERY VOTER.

The SYSTEM OF VOTING embodied in Mr Coombe'a Bill, and favored by the British Go- vernment, WILL BE EXPLAINED at the

ANNUAL MEETING

of the Effective \oting Bill to be held at the OLD FXOHANGE CAFE PIRTeStREET,

THIS (MONDAY) £\ENING, at 8 o'clock.

There will be a Test Election and Questions will

be Answered

Public invited AdmlaWóñT free

Effective Voting League.

The ANNUAL MEETING of the above League will be held at the OLD EXCHANGE CAtE, PIRIE STREET, on MONDAY, November SO, at 8

p m

Questions may be forwarded to the Ron Secre- tary before that date, and will be answered at the meeting,

F S HAWKINS, Hbn Sec,

SS3S William street, Norwood

pOAOHMAKERS'. ROLLING STOCK AND ^ WHEELÜV RIGHTS' SOCIETY

SPECIAL SUMMONED MEETING, TUESDAY

EVENING, December 1

TRADES HALL, 8 O'CLOCK

Busincs- "Federating with the other State«." "The Question of Coming under the Common wealth Conciliation and Arbitration Act "

Iverv member is earnestly requested to make an effort to attend this important meeting

New members may be proposed.

83o 8 Vf T hAETHNER, Secretary.

MANTELPIECE AND OVERMANTEL MAKERS

-All Employes m above Trades are requested to attend meeting at TRADES H\LL fn TUES- DAY December 1 at 8 p m Business- \rrang ing log of pnces for \\ ages Board -C BUZARU, Secretary UFTB

Cookery Demonstration

AT GAS COMPANY'S OFFICE, / GRENFELL-STREET,

EVEEY WEDNESDAY,

2 to 4 pm. and 7 lo to 9 p m

Demonstrator-MlSS ROGERS, late of the Edu cation Dipartntent, Melbourne.

ADMISSION FREE S04uaic

mHE ADELAIDE CIRCULATING LIBRARY. A SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING of the Sub Bcnbers will be held in the Library on MONDAY, December 7, 1908, at 7 30 p m , for the purpose of taking the necessary steps to elect a Member of the Board of Governors of the Public Library, Museum, and Art Gallery of South Australia, in the place of Mr. W J Vandenbergh, resigned.

By order,

F W BAMPFIELD, Secretary.

THE RHODES SCHOLAR-

SHIP JTKUST. ,

CANDIDATES for the RHODES SCHOLARSHIP (to be awarded in South Australia for 1909) are required to make APPLICATION in writing (not typewriting) to the Committee of Selection for the Rhodes Scholarship, University of Adelaide, not later than DECEMBER 10, 1908

Information as to the conditions of eligibility may be obtained at the University

8.*G-<< CHAS. R. HODGE, Hon Secretary.

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY OF ACCOUN

TANTS INCORPORATED

ERVEST ALFRED KIMBER and FRED SIN CLAIR MANN, both of Adelaide, Accountants, having passed in Accountancy and Auditing, and in Legal Subjects, m the Examination held by the Society this month, have been admitted to MEMBERSHIP as ASSOCIATES, aa from the 21st November, 1908

_R SHOLL, Hon. Registrar

BRICKYARD EMPLOYES* PICNIC

All Accounts must be sent in to Mr Mc Burnie by Thursday, December 8 All Children s Prizes will be distributed same date -Mr G Mc Burnie, Ooglin-st, Brompton

Kalyra Sanatorium, Belair.

FOB THE PREVENTION, TRFATMENT, AND

CURE OF PULMONAR* TUBERCULOSIS.

Nearly 600 Patients have been treated during the pas'' five years, and many aro to be found throughout the State in useful emplovment, who

owe their recovery to a sojourn at the Sanatorium £2o WILL ENDOW A BED FOR THREE MONTHS ¡>nd mav lead to the cure of a patient Copies of the Annual Report may be had gratis on applica- tion 175uazc

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TENDERS AND CONTRACTS.

?rySTRICT COUNCIL OF WEST TORRENS.

TENDERS will be received up to noon of WED NEPDVi 2nd December for the Supplj of 2 «M YARDS HAMMER BROKFN METAL, for main and district roads

33o7_JOHN MARLCS, Jun , Clerk

Postmaster General s Department,

November 28. 1008

mENDERS will be received at the office of the De

J- puty Postmaster General, Adelaide, until noon

on Monday, December 14, 1008, for the Purchas». of ihe Manure from the Telegraph Stables, West terrace Adelaide, during the two vears ending December 81, io»

Full particulars may be obtained upon apphca tion at the General Poet-Office, Adelaide

R. W WADDY.

,335,10,52 Deputy Pwrtnawte-Gcnmu, a A«

AMÜSEMENT«.

1 CONTINENTAL PICTURE GARDENS. \

JUBILEE EXHIBITION GEOÜNÖS.

Under the Direction of. .. ...The Australian Touring Company.

TO-NIGHT. REFINED VAUDEVILLE.

and

to-night. Ilatest motion pictures.

TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT.

A GALAXY OF TALENT-NEW PICTURES.

Read our Lis t of Artists:

LEONARD NELSON, ANNIE KINNIARD, AVALON COLLARD, W. AMBROSE NEILSON",

BRIGHTIE SMITH.

. The Coolest, Most Picturesque, and Popular Pleasure Resort in Adelaide. ftognimye and

Stage Management under too Direction of A. BRANDON.CREMER. ADMISSION-ONE SHILLING;

¡CHILDREN. SIXPENCE.__^--__

THE NEW PAVILION.- every evening.

Direction.Henry Hayward.

THE FOURTEENTH SUCCESSIVE WEEK OF

SUPREME IN ART AND BEAUTY.

EVERY PICTURE NEW.

WE BRING THE WORLD TO YOUR DOOR. CHAIRS, 1/; GALLERY, Cd.; Children, Half-price.

PORT ADELAIDE TO-NIGHT AND TO-MORROW NIGHT.

LOCATION, NEXT LASS O'GOWRIE HOTEL, at 8 O'CLOCK.

W. II. BRUCE'S CARNIVAL AND- ELECTRIC PHOTOROTÖSCOPE PICTURES.

TUESDAY NIGHT, GRAND FINAL OF COMPETITION.

Absolutely the Finest Collection of Animated Pictures in the Commonwealth. Special Engagement-George Hatherly, Prince oí Ventriloquists and Premier Magician. Competitions for all each night. Valuable Prizes.

Prices-Front Scats, 1/; Back Seats, 6d. Opening nindnrarah, Wednesday Next.

TENNERS AND CONTRACTS.

K

ONDOPARLNGA BUTTER FACTORY

PANY.

rpo

TENDERS will be received by the undersigned, Meadows South, up to SATURDAY, December 5, 1008. tor a new outside single ä tube COU,, in one piece, for No. 3 Hall's Refrigerator. State price in Adelaide and time to nuke it.

C. NOTTAGE.

November 27, 1003._333-6

TENDERS are invited for the ERECTION of _EXTENSIVE ADDITIONS and ALTERA- TIONS to RESIDENCE, LeFEVRE-TERRACE, NORTH ADELAIDE, till NOON of THURSDAY, December 10. "No Tender necessarily accepted.

C. H. MARRYAT, Architect.

Broken HiU Chambers, King WiUiam-street.

833-6,8,40,3,5

POST-CARD AND FANCY GOODS DEALERS

AND OTHERS.

In the Assigned Estate of W. T. Pater & Co., late

of 362L, Collins-street, Melbourne, Stationers, Fancy Goods Dealers, &c.

Tenders for the Stock-in-Trade aTe invited and will be received at our Offices, up to 3 o'clock ot Tuesday, 8th December, 1908.

Lot L Btock-in-Trado, consisting of Assorted Pic- torial Post-Card*, £1,258 12/.

The Stock mav be in>pected at third floor, Wat- son's Chambers, 234/6, Flinders-lane, Melbourne.

Stock Sheets, Tender Forms, md all information obtainable at our Offices, or on the premises.

Our usual 10 per cent, deposit conditions

WOOTTON. FULLER, & KING, Incorporated Ac- countants and Insurance Brokers, 46, Elizabeth 8trcct, Melbourne._

ZOOLOGICAL AND ACCLIMATIZATION SO

CHiTY'S GARDENS.

TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to THURSDAY, December 3 next, for follow- ing supplies for year 1909:-;

Hay, Chaff, Bran, Pollard, Maize (whole and crushed), Wheat, Canary Seed, Oats, Rangoon Rice, Biscuits. Vegetables, and Finit, to be de- livered at the above Gardens as required. Ten- ders to be addressed to the undersigned and

marked "Tender for -."

NO TENDER WILL BE CONSIDERED UNLESS ACCOMPANIED BY SAMPLE.

No Tender necessarily accepted.

Further particulars as to quantities, &c,

A. C. MINCHIN, Director. December 27. 1908. --^ 335,7

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MUNICIPAL ELECTION NOTICES.

CITY OF ADELAIDE.  

ANNUAL MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.

At the nomination of Mayor, Aldermen, Council- lors, and Auditor, held this day, in the Exchange Room, Town Hall, Adelaide, the following nomi- nation papers were received :

FOR MAYOR Johnson, Frank.

FOR ALDERMEN

Bonython, John Lavington; Clover, Charles Rich- mond John; Wells, Clement.

FOR OOUNCILLORS  

Hindmarsh Ward-Moulden, Frank Beaumont. Gawler Ward-Crawford, Robert Hugh.

Grey Ward-Skethewuy, William; Sullivan, Roger

Florence Charles.

Young Waid-Aiiderson, James; Blundell, Régi- rai d Pole; Entwistle, John.

Robe Ward-Pullin, William.

MacDcnnell Ward-Frinsdorf, Edward; Packer, Albert John.

FOR AUDITOR

Andrews, Joseph Loraer; Cunningham, James Henry; Kin?, Frederick Martin.

Frank Johnson being the only Candidate nomi- nated for Mayor; Frank Beaumont Moulden, being the only Candidate nominated for Hindmarsh Ward;   Robert Hugh Crawford, being the only Candidate nominated for Gawler Ward; and William Pullin, being the only Candidate nominated for Robe Ward, tiley were declared duly elected.

The nominations of Aldermen and of Councilors for Grey, Young, and MacBonnell Wards, and Auditor, being in excess of the number required, all further proceednga were adjourned by the Re- turning Officer until SATURDAY, 5th December next, when the pulling will commence at 8 a.m and close at 7 p.m.

The polling-places are as follows:

Hindmarsh Ward-Exchange Room, Town Hall. Gawler Ward-Masonic Hall, Waymouth-street. Grey Ward-Brace's Shop, Oiote-street. v

Young Ward-New Church Hall,. Hanson street Robe Ward-Institute Hall, Tynte-street.

MacDonnell Ward-Lecture Kail, Stanley-street.

By order of the Retuinmg-Officer,

T. GEO. ELLERY, Town Clerk.

Town Hall, Adelaide, November 28. 1908. 335,40 °<ITY OF PORT ADELAIDE. In response to a numerously-signed requisition. J hereby convene PUBLIC MEETINGS, to be held for the purpose of allowing the Candidates for the forthcoming Municipal Elections the opportunity of expressing their views on municipal matters,

as follows:- , ,

Town Hall, Monday. November 30, at 8 p.m., for Mayor.. Aldermen, Auditor, and Councillors for Centre' and South Wards. '

Semaphore Hall, Tuesday, December 1, at

p m., for Mayor, Aldermen. Auditor, and Council-

lors for West and North Wards. ,, ?

Rosatala Hall, Wednesday, December 2, at S p.m., for Mayor, Aldermen. Auditor, and Coun-

cillors for East Wards.

Note.-Candidates are requested to assemble in the respective ante-rooms, at 7.30 p.m., to make arrangements with regard to the Programme of Speakers, &c._"". ..

A. W. BROWN. Mayor.

Mayor's Parlor, Town Hall, Port Adelaide, No- vember 24, IPOS._331»5

TY OF UNLEY. ANNUAL MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.

PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that NOMINA- TIONS of CANDIDATES for election to Municipal Offices becoming vacant by annual retirement were received on the 28th day of November, 1Ü08, as hereunder mentioned:-For Mayor-William Dring and Alfred Samuel Lewis. For two Aldermen Frederick Charles Coombs, Caleb Macklin, John O'connell, and Edward James Thomas. For Coun- cillor, Unley Ward-Robert Palmer and Fred Tomlinson. For Councillor, Parkside Ward Joseph Dowling, Hedley Ringrose Gelston, Arthur Frederick Pearson, and Edwin Storr. For Council- lor, Fullarton Ward-Henry Eicke and Jeremiah Emlvn Robinson. For Councillor, Goodwood Ward -John Marks Cocking and Thomas Henry Orchard. For Auditor-Charlea Christopher Gooden, David Ros«, Cuthbert Viner Smithy and Richard Howard Tapley. There being more than the necessary number of candidates nominated, the Returning Officer adjourned all further proceedings in respect of the election to SATURDAY, the 5th day of De- cember, 1908, when the voting will commence at 8 a,m., and close at 7 p.m. The polling-places are as follows:-Unley Ward, Druids' Hall, Park street ; Parkside Ward, Banqueting-room, City Hall, Unley-road; Fullarton Ward, Parkside and Eastwood Institute, Glen Osmond-road; Goodwood Ward, Goodwood Institute, Goodwood-road.

By order of the Returning-Officer,

JOHN B. MILLER, Town Clerk. November 28. W0S.

EXTRAORDINARY VACANCY IN THE OFFICE

OF COUNCILLOR FOR FULLARTON WARD.

PUBLIC NOTICE Is hereby given that NOMINA- TIONS of CANDIDATES to fill the extraordinary vacancy in the office of Councillor for Fullarton Ward, created by the resignation of Councillor Fredk. Bricknell, were received on the 28th day of November, 1908, as follows:-Matthew Horace Combe, Henry William Matthews, and George Wil-

liam Stockham.

There being more than the necessary number of candidates nominated, the Returning-Officer ad- journed all further proceedings in respect of the .election to SATURDAY, the 5th day of December, 1908, when the polling will commence at 8 a.m.

and close at 7 p.m.

Polling-place-The Parkside and Eastwood In-

stitute, Glen Osmond-road.

By order of the Returning-Officer,

JOHN B. MILLER, Town Clerk. November 28, 1908. 335,40

O '

OWN OF BRIGHTON.

T

NOTICE is hereby given that the following no- minations were received at the Town Hall al noon, 28th November, 1908:-For Mayor, R. G. Thistle ton; fer Councillors-North Ward, J. J. Sauerbier; Central Ward, A. M. Bonython; South Ward, J. M. Nolan and N. J. Pontifes; auditor, G, H. Riddle. There being no opposition for Mayor, Councillors for North and Central Wards, and Auditor, Messrs. R. G. Thistleton, Mayor, Sauerhicr and Bonython, ..Councillors; and Riddle^ Auditor, were declared elpctcd. There being rriore nominated than re- quired for Councillor for South Ward, further pro feedings were adjourned until Saturday, December 3. 1308, when an election by ballot will take place at Topsfleld's Room, Brighton-road, South Ward. Polling to commence at 8 o'clock a.m. and close at 7 o'cldck p.m.

By order.

W. II. WOODS. Town Clerk. Town Clerk's Office, 2Sth November, 1908.

TO THE RATEPAYERS, WEST NORWOOD J

WARD.-To correct a wrong impression, Ii beg to notify Ratepayers that I am Not the Can-1 didatc seeking Election at the forthcoming elec-1 tiona.-Jamea Rogers, drayer, Parade, Norwood«

MUNICIPAL ELECTION NOTICES.

QITY OF PORT ADELAIDE.

At the nomination for Mayor, Aldermen, Coun- cillors, and Auditor held this day in ino Town nail, Port Adelaide, the following nominations

were received:

FOR MAYOR. Brown. Arthur William.

FOR ALDERMEN.

Brunell, Henry; Clouston, Joseph Hervey; Horne, Charles Alfred; Rofe, William Taylor: Sweeney, John; Wilks, George.

FOR COUNCILLOR.

gorth Ward-Salkeld, William Alfred.

South Ward-Farquhar. Edward Allan; Lewis, Arthur Johnson William; Peterson, Christian: Quirke, Michael Thomas.

East Ward-Collins, Edward; Howell, George; O'Callagban, Thomas Joseph.

West Ward-Biglands, William; Ellis Ernest

James.

Centre Ward-Goodie, Peter.

FOR AUDITOR.'

Allen, Frederick William; King, Frederick, Mar- tin; Malin, Frederick Charles. .

There being no opposition. Brown, Arthur Wil- liam, was duly elected Mayor; and Salkeld, Wil- liam Alfred, and Coudie, Peter, were duly elec- ted Councillors for North and Centre Warda re-

spectively.

The other nominations being in excess of the number required all further proceedings were ad- journed until Saturday, the 5th day of Decem- ber, 1908. when the polling will commence at 8 a.m. and close at 7 p.m., in each ward, as fol-

lows:

North Ward-Miss Tait's Shop, Fletcher-road. South Ward-Town Hall, St. Vincent-street; East Ward-Rósatela Hall Junction-road. West Ward -Rechabite Hall, Semaphore-road. Centre Ward Pine's Shop, Lipson-street.

By order,

W. H. SAUNDERS, Town Clerk. Town Clerk's Office, November 28. 1908.

mOWN OF KENSINGTON AND NORWOOD.

ANNUAL MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.

At the nomination of Candidates to supply the offices of Mayor, Aldermen, Councillors, and Audi- tor for the ensuing terms, held this day. the 28th November, 1908, the following nominations were

received:

For Mayor. Prosser, George Henry.

For Aldermen.

Esscry, JVilliam.

Phillips, Robert..

For Councillors.

Kensington Ward. Ford, Charles Christopher.

East Norwood Ward. [ Auld, William George.

West Norwood Ward. Lowen, Robert. Rodger, James.

Kent Ward. Binks, Alfred.

For Auditor.

Sholl, Richard.

There being no opposition for Bfayor, Aldermen, and Councillors for Kensington Ward, East Nor- wood Ward, and Kent Ward, and for Auditor, George Henry Prosser as Mayor, William Essery and Robert Phillips as Aldermen, Charles Christo- pher Ford as Councillor for Kensington Ward, William George Auld as Councillor for East Nor- wood Ward, Alfred Binks as Councillor for Kent Ward, and Richard Sholl as Auditor, were de- clared duly elected to their respective offices.

The' nominations for the other office being in excess of the number required, all further public proceedings were adjourned until Saturday, the 5th December next, when the polling will com- mence at 8 o'clock a.m., and close at 7 o'clock p.m., in the following Ward for Councillor only: West Norwood Ward-Singer Sewing Machine Depot, Parade, Norwood, six doors east of Eliza-,

beth-street.

By OTder,

E. O. GOODEN, Town Clerk. Town Hall Norwood, November 28, at 1908.

, 335,9

HINDIUDiRSH WARD.

I beg to'THANK the RATEPAYERS of HIND- MARSH WARD for their renewed expression of confidence in electing me for a further term un- opposed. _

FRANK MOULDEN.

2Sth November, 1908.

MINING.

NOTICE is hereby given that a CALL (the Fourth) of ONE SHILLING per Share has been made (making Shares paid up to 6/) on the PRE- FERENCE SHARES in the above-named Ccmpaay, payable at the Registered Office of the Company, 42-44, Steamship Buildings, Cu rie-street, Adelaide, on WEDNESDAY, December 9, 1908.

J. E. COCKER, Secretary. Adelaide, 27th November, 1908.

N.B.-\\hen 'paying Call, names of Registered Shareholders and consecutive numbers of Shares must be quoted. Exclu ngo to be added to country and inter-State remittarces. 335,44

LONG GULLY HYDRAULIC SLUICING.

COMPANY, NO LIABILITY.

CERTAIN SHARES have been FORFEITED for NON-PAYMENT of the SECOND CALL of 1/ per Share, due November 11, 1908, and wiU be offered for Sale by public auction at the Registered Office of the Company, Universal Building, Gren fell-street, Adelaide, on FRIDAY, December U, 1908, at 2.30 p.m., by Messrs. Theo. Bruce & Co.

JOHN 8. SCOTT, Secretary. Universal Buildings, Grenfell-street, Adelaide,

November 28, 1908.

N.B.-Shares may be redeemed up to 4 p.m. on the day preceding the Sale._335,46

1JURDUE PROSPECTING ASSOCIATION, NO

LIABILITY.

NOTICE is hereby given that^ CALL (the ftnst) of ONE I*OUND per Shire (making Shares paid to £3), has been made on the CONTRIBUTING S11ARF.S in the nbtve-named Company, payable at the Registered Office of the Company, 42-44, Steam- ship Buildings, Currie-street, Adelaide, on WED- NESDAY, December 9, 190S. nrmnrt " ±

J. E. COCKER. Secretary.

Adelaide, 27th November, 1608.

N.B.-'J hen paying Call, names ot Registered Shaieliold^rs and consecutive numbers of Shares n'vst be quoted. Exchange to be added to country and irter-Statc remittances'._

PURDUE TIN MINES, NO LIABILITY.

NOTICE is hereby given that a DIVIDEND (the Third) of SLXPENCE per Share on all Contributing Shares in the abovenomed Company has thi3 day been declared, payable on WEDNESDAY, the 23rd

day of December, 1903.

By order of the Board,

J. E. COCKER, Secretary. Adelaide, 27th November, 1908.

For tho purposes of the above Dividend the Transfer Books of the Company will be Closed from the 18th to the 22nd December, 1908, inclu- sive. 335,52

PUBLIC COMPANIES.

rpHE SERENA TRUST, LIMITED.

A MEETING of PERSONS who have agreed to become SHAREHOLDERS in the above Company will be held at the office of Mr. A. Laughton, Steamship Buildings, Currie-street, Adelaide, on TUESDAY, the 1st day of December. 1908, at 12

Business-To pass Memorandum and Articles of Association, elect Directors, and transact any other necessary business. A DMJCHTOS<

The person authorised by the Promoters to con-

vene the Meeting.

Adelaide, 28th November. 19h3._

EXECUTOR. TRUSTEE. AND A 3ENÇY COU

PANY OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA,, LIMITED.

NOTICE to Members is hereby given that the ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of the Shareholders will be held at the Office of the Company, Na 22, GRENFELL-STREET. ADELAIDE, on MONDAY,

November SO, 1908, at 12 noon.

By order of the Board,

333.5 W. W. CARTER, Manager.

EXECUTOR TRUSTEE AND

AGENCY CO. OF S.A., LTD.

SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL, £50,000.

PAID-UP CAPITAL AND RESERVE, £23,359.

DIRECTORS

W. J. Msgarey, J.P. (Chairman).

W. Herbert Phillippa.) Hon. H. C. E. Muecke,

J.P., M.L.C.,

L. A. JesBop, J.P., 1 Richard Smith, J.P.

SPECIAL POWERS UNDER ACT OF

PARLIAMENT.

The published scale of charges of the Company may be obtained on application to the office.

MONEY TO LEND.

-, W. W. CARTER, Manager.

Qflots-22, Grenfell-street, Adelaida, 209iaBsi I

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.

Ada Crossley

has a place in the heart of every music-loving Australian. She ia the favorite songstress. Have you the songs she smgs? If not, you should call and look over our selec- tion. We stock all Ada Crossley's

songs.

MISS HOOK OF HOLLAND.

Every musical part of this par- ticularly popular production can be obtained from us. Really, it con- tains many "musical hits'' well worth the buying.

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.

"KNAKE" PIANOS (Sole Agents).

"CLOUGH & WASHES" Organs (Sole

Agents).

"BESSON" Prototype Brass Band Instru-

ments (Sole Agents).

"Ste.'away," "Schiedmayer," "Sííwert,"

and "Klein" Pianos.

The "A. L. WHITE" Pipe Tone Portable

Valise Organ.

"S.S. STEWART" Banjos.

"HARMONY" Mandol.ns and Guitars.

Violins, Fhites, Accordéons, Instrument

Parts, Instrument Cases. Folding Music Stands. Pianoforte, Organ, and Brass Band Music, Songs, Manuscript Paper and Cards, Talking Machines, Gramophones, Phonographs, etc.

PIANOS AND ORGANS ON EASY

TERMS.

S. MARSHALL

AND SONS',

52, RUNDLE-STREET. ADELAIDE.

WOODMAN'S,

SS, RUNDLE-STREET.

RONISOH pianos

ECrXKl pianos.

CASH OR TERMS.

183iwa:179Ew

STECK PIANOS.

All the advertising ,in the world could not possibly have won for the STECK the highest place among the great products of the musical industry if it did not possess extraordinary merit,

«

As Manufacturers we are responsible to you for the quality of the STECK. See it before or after seeing others-but see it be- fore you buy anywhere.

THE PIANOLA COMPANY

PIANOLA HALL,

38, King William-street.

CORN ISH

PIANOS AND ORGANS

were

AWARDED THE GOLD MEDAB

against the World's Exhibitors, and are

Bold

33 PER CENT. CHEAPER THAN ANY

OTHER MAKE.

l.-QUALTTY THE HIGHEST. 2.-PRICE THE LOWEST.

Write üb and save money. No tontera.

143, RUNDLE-STREET. ADELAIDE.

210aiue

BECHSTEIN PIANOS,

THURMER PIANOS.

The World's Two Best Pianos.

VIOLINS, MANDOLINS, BANJOS,

FLUTES, &c.

GRAMAPHONES.

Records of all the Famous Singers.

PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED.

Everything Musical at

HOWELLS, YOUNG, & CO.,

53, RUNDLE-STREET.

__^^^^_____^_____^__123iiiac

^-^-^-^------^---.

DRAPER S* PRINTING

executed on the shortest notice and on liba

t»l terina at THE ¿DYEfiTISEB JOB PBJNTQial, pana. _ - -

ÜIOVERNMENT ADVERTISEMENTS.

SS.A. RAILWAYS.

INTER-STATE CHEAP,

EXCURSIONS.

The next SPECIAL TRAIN will leave Adelaide for Melbourne and Sydney at 8.40 p.m. on

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9.

The Return SPECIAL leaves Melbourne on Janu- ary 13.

FARES.

To Melbourne.

To Ballarat. .To Sydney. First Single.£114 0 £4 0 0 Second Single. 10 0 2 13 0 First Return *.2 10 0 6 0 0 Second Return.1 10 0 4 0 0

For conditions and full particulars see placards at Stations, or communicate with

J. B. McNEIL,

General Traffic Manager.

THREE AND THREE

QUARTERS PER CENT. S.A. INSCRIBED STOCK.

APPLICATIONS will be received at this Office until further notice from persons willing to Pur- chase at par S.A. Inscribed Stock, with a currency not exceeding 30 years. Interest at the rate of £3} per centum per annum, accruing from the date of purchase, will be payable half-yearly, and Is free of Income Tax. Interest and principal will be payable at the Treasury, Adelaide. ' Forms of application and full particulars can be ob- tained at the Treasury.

A. H. PEAKE, Treasurer. The Treasury, Adelaide. June 20, 1908.

Tenders for Dredging Plant.

TENDERS will be received at the office of the Engineer-in-Chief, up till noon of Wednesday, the 28th April, 1909, for the construction and delivery at Port Adelaide, South Australia, of one bucket dredger, one tug, and two hopper barges.

Further particulars in "Government Gazette."

T. PRICE, Commissioner of PuBlic Works.

Tenders for Erection of State

Tourist Bureau, Port Ade- laide, Outer Harbor.

TENDERS will be received at the Office of the Enginccr-in-Chicf up till noon of Tuesday, the 15th Utceniber, for the erection of a State Tourii-ts' Eu resu and Intelligence Office at Pert Adelaide, Outer Harbor. Drawings and Specifications ran be seen, and forms of tender oMainod at the Offices of the Engiree r-in-Chief, Adelaide, on and after 3rd

December.

Copies of tte Drawings and Specifications can be obtained cn payment of the sum of £1 per set,

which »mount will be returned to unsuccessful Ten- derers, who bave sent in a bona fide Tender, on return of the documents in good cendition within one week from date of lotice of non-acceptance of Tender.

Tenders should be enlorsed "Tender for State Tourists' Bureau."

Neither the lowest ror any Tender necessarily accepted.

THOMAS PRICE, Commissioner of Public Works.

SUPPLY AND TENDER

BOARD.

TENDERS will be received at the Supply and Tender Board Office, Adelaide, for the follow- ing:

RAILWAY SLEEPERS, in quantities of not

less than 500. Forms obtainable -from Chief | Storekeeper, Port Adelaide, and at various Rail-

way-stations.

TUESDAY, December 1.-Readvertisement- |

40,000 tons of 2J-in. road metal.

TUESDAY, December 1.-FORAGE and COAL

for Government Departments. i

TUESDAY, December 8th.-Stone Screenings, 200 | tons; Cartage 305 tons coal to Marryatville pumping station from Adelaide Railway Yard.

TUESDAY, December 15.-Broad-gauge Sleepers,

30 000.

TUESDAY, January 19, 1909.-7,600 tons of I

STEEL RAILS and 506 tons of STEEL FISH- PLATES.

Further particulars in "Government Gazette."

MINING.

?MINERS' BIGHTS are issued at the Mines Office.

King William-street, authorising the holder, to [ Prospect for Metals, Coal, or Oil, and to -p-'f out Gold, Mineral. Coal, or Oil'Claims. Price, 5/, tenable for 12 month3. Licenses to search for Precious Stones, Phosphates, Oil, Rare Minerals Metals, or Earths, are issued over specific landa, ant exceeding five square miles to each person,

at 20/ per mile for 12 months: the holder ha» I

a right to a lease. Leakes are issued of the fot lowing areas:-Gold, 20; Mineral, 40; Coal or OH, 640; Salt or Gypsum, 640; Phosphates, 100; Pre-

cious Stones, Metals, or Earths, 40; Mineral | Springs, 40; Mining Works, 10; Smelting Work» 10 acres respectively. Each lease is for 42 yearj.

Gold, Mineral. Salt, and Gypsum at 1/ per acre I per annum;. Coal and Oil; at Sd. per acre per annum till Coal or Oil is found, then 1/. A

royalty of 6d. in the pound on net profit must be j paid in addition. t

Further particulars in Government Gczctte.

T. DUFFIELD, Secretary for Mints.

«OKEY, ST00K3. AND SHARES. *0.

A CASHMAN has Money to Lend from 6/ to

. £500, on any security, at 6d. in the £ 71, Hindiey-st., opp. Max Swift's. Telephone 1,961.

244aiw:6B

COMMONWEALTH LOAN AND DISCOUNT

COMPANY.

NATIONAL MUTUAL BUILDING,

VICTORIA-SQUARE WEST (Next door Cowell Bros.). JESSEL COHEN, Manager.

Advances made from £5 to £6,000, upon Bills of Sale, registered (or without registration), Deeds (without Mortgage). Note oí Hand, or any available Security.

At Easy Repayments, Weekly, Fortnightly, or Monthly. All Business Transactions Strictly Pri-

vate and Confidential.

Open Saturday Evening, from 7 tül 9 p.m.; Week Days, 9 till 5.

For further information apply to the Manager. _«8«

rflHE TOWN AND SUBURBAN LOAN AMJ DIS X COUNT BANK, 11 and 12, Austral Chamberí, Currie-street, Adelaide, never refuses to lend to bcua-fide borrowers on any kind of security, house- hold goods. Chattels, piano«, fee; strictest privacy; private access to office. No one knows your busi I>es8 urtil you are in the office, as offices of all kinds are all around. Loans of £5 and upwards. No charges for application, investigation, or in- ventory. Borrowers' own terms to pay back wceklv, fortnightly, or monthlv. No delav. Always in attendance.-S. A. BLUSTON. StSwaicEeowa

ASHER & KING,

Money Brokers, Share and Commission Agents, GLADSTONE CHAMBERS, IS, PIRDJ-STREET,

Advances made on Bills of Sale, Promissory Netta, Pianos, or my other security. Easy terms of repayment. Bills discounted daily. Shara bcuRht and sold on commission only. Prompt .cash settlements. The best office in Adelaide to dei!

*ith2S ASHEE & KING. .

_?_ggfoalc JUST A REMINDER.

SAUNDERS* LOAN BANK, Brtablishea I860, la still carrying on business. Loan» granted, from £5 to £1,000. Billi discounted daily. Houses and Land Bought and Sold on commission. Accounts promptly collected. Give us a call, and yen wil be sttisfied. 'Phone 1,499.

105m 8. SAUNONS. Pirie Chanbare. Pty.

MONEY TO LEND

On Approved Security at 4 per cent. SHUTTLEWORTH & LETCHFORD,

Licensed Land Brokers, IJouae and Eatate Agent«,

Comer King William and Bundle street«.

SlaiuczSa

MONEY AT & PERCENT.

ON FIRST-CLASS SECURITIES.

4J to 6 per cent, on OTHER FREEHOLDS.

Give us Call.

HILLMAN &,CO.,

17, WAYMOUTH-ST. 328-358

MONEY TO LEND.

On Mortgage at Lowest Current Ratea.

F. W. BULLOCK & CO.,

Auctioneers ¡>nd Land and Estate Agents.

City Chambers, Pirie-street.

lS5iuae

PRIVATE LOAN OFFICE.

MONEY TO LEND.

Persons requiring loans from £1 to £500 can be aecommc dated at Hittxuuin's Loan and Labor Offices, Pulteney-street, near Exhibition. Being a Private Loan Office, Customer! can obtain any loan at very low rates, free of commission; repayments arranged to «uit borrow««. 321e

£100, £200, £400, £500,

£750, £1,000.

And other sums to Lend on FREEHOLD SECUBITI it Current Katu of Interest.

NO CHARGE FOR INSPECTION.

PRIEST & LANGSFORD,

Molton-strect. off Flinders-street (2 minutes from

G.P.O. 243c

£5,000 at 4 Per Cent

I have the above amount available for Invest- ment on Mortgage, in amounts of £250 upwards,

R. HORTON WALLMANN.

MARLBOROUGH CHAMBERS, WAYMOUTH-ST.

269uai358

DUPLICATE BILLHEAD CHECK BOOKS,

specially adapted for Drapers, Storekeepers, and Retailers generally.

Circulars, Sale Bills. Window Tickets, and every description of Printing; executed at moderate charges, and with the utmost dispatch.

J. L. BONYTHON & CO..

Illustrated and General Printera,

"The Advertiser" Office, Adelaide,

WANTED TO SELL.

Under this heading (if prepaid), l8 worda, ont

_insertion. 1/; three {natrtiona, 2/8._

ANGELUS PLAYER, in good order, with over

70 pieces of music, for Sale; a bargain, at KUHNEL'S, Limited, Adelaide.

LIPP PIANO, only £45 ca»h; a rare bargain,

at WM. KUHNEL'S, Limited, Rundle-strect,

Adelaide. '

T7UKST-CLASS ORGAN, by Estey, in good order, -T £11. Call and inspect at KUHNEL'S,

Limited.

MANGEOT FRERES PIANO, £6 cash. Terms

can be arranged-WM. KUHNEL & CO., Limited, 134 and 136, Rundc-st., Adelaide. c dtc A FIRST-CLASS Cabinet Photo.-Twelve wito

Bromide. 10/6; Four Panels, 3/.-McNeill's Btudios, opp. Foy & Gibson's._253e

ALL Saloon or Steerage Tickets to Fremantle,

Sell, cheap; also Melbourne, Sydney, or elsewhere.-lawton's Labor Office, Leigh-st.

_326-39

ART Bromide Frames, 1/6, 3/6; Framed Pic-

tures, immense assortment, from 1/6. McNeill's, art framers. opposite Foy & Gibson's.

_2530

A POUND of our Famed Sixteenpenny Ceylon W-Aj Blend Tea, with dainty Cup and Saucer, the lot, One and Four, at the import Stores, 131, Grecfell-rt., opp. Arcade._OTo

ALL Saloon and Steerage Tickets. Melbourne,

Sydney, Fremantle, Sell, cheap".-Hittmani'a Labor Offices, Pultency-st._816-44

ALL " BIGHT MUTTON^

Hinds, 2}d.; Fore, 2d.; Legs, 3}d.

Prime Spring Lamb, Sides, 3/; Quarters from 1/6. Walk to the Shop and Pay Cash, and eave the cost of delivering and booking.

z332 5_BISHOP, West Hindmarsh.

ASHES given away, good for yards and paths.

Apply A. Simpson it Son, Wakefield-street.

330,3,5

ABSOLTUTELY THE BEST Duplicator te tha

RONEO.

Used by the Federal and all State Governments and principal Commercial Establishments. Call, aad WE'WILL DEMONSTRATE it to you.

Our Printing Department Prints

50 Circulars for 2/8

while you wait.

Larger quanti*-'-- at greatly reduced rates.

'Phone 826. Boneo Co. of Adelaide, Gawler-place.

S4-41waio

BISULPHIDE of Caroon. Ccpperas, Em pty

Crates, te-Adelaide Chemical Works Coy.. Ltd., Came-rt._221Waoc

BEST Value Sole and Harness Leather, Grindery,

Laces, and Polishes; Boot Uppers a spe-

ciality.-JuliusJwOhnj^Hindlcy-st. 59uai57

CHAIRS, Couches, Suites reupholsteied and re-

paired, lowest prices; Box Couches, pretty cretonne covers. £2 2/.-Flint's, Hindley-st.

_uaic

CUBAN Queen Watermelon, Rockyford Sweet

Melon, Japanese Climbing Cucumber, Cd. packet. Bee Frames, Smokers.-Hackett, Rändle- st._ 335-7x840

COLORING Essences for j'ellies, custards, blanc

manges, 6d.; Icing Sugar, any desired color, Cd. Ib.-Henderson Brothers, Rundle-st. 821aiu:l

CORNSACKS,~New Standards,"in stock"and to I

arrive.-Adelaide Chemical Works, Lfd.. Cur

rie-at_ Slawaic C" ACTHS DAHLIAS -A large steck oí Tubers of

my unrivalled collection, from 6/ per dozen; Scarlet and Blue Salvias, Petunias, and ah sea unable plants for pnstnt planting. Ferns-A choice collection at 4/ dozen; collection of plants for fetes.-H. Kemp, Unley Park._319wai44

("CHEAPEST House, Saddlery. Harness.-H. Oaiie,

.J 59, Hindley-st., Adelaide. Printed Catalogue, Buggy Whips, from Od.; Collars, 43/6.

_.2C3-S-13X256-.340

C1LEAN your Straw and Panama Hats with

/ Unicorn Straw Hat'Reviver; it is the best of all, easily applied, cheap, and obtained anywhere, -Adelaide Chemical Works, Ltd., Oume-st.

318uwac

E:

LECTRIC Motor, i-h.p., with Slide and

Starter complete; £6 10/.-Mullins, 78, Pirie st. _333-6

"IJHJR Sale/^30 this season's Oeeee, ready to JO kill. Apply "Dinner," Box 272. 833-6 170R the Blind.-Dont fail to see the new

. Braille Typewriter.-Hammond Agency, No. 9, Arcade._333-~

R Sale, Church Organ, ten stops; also, Lec- tern; bargain. Apply "Lectern," thiä office. _333-5

GOLDMAN'S UNREDEEMED PLEDGE LIST.

. SOME REAL BARGAINS.

A splendid Banj'o, by Stewart, with case, 50/. A Wertheira Treadle Machine, 45/.

A Special Aluminium Field Glass, 40-mile range,

with solid leather case, 40/; cost £5. Set Billiard Balls, 12/6 set

A splendid Violin, Bow,' and Case, latest shape,

35/, worth £S

A splendid Telescope, 25-mile range, 20/. Johnson's Table Knives, 10/ dozen. "

LIST OF OTHER BARGAINS. GOLDMAN'S, PAWNBROKERS,

HTNDLEY-STREBt. 228waiÍ223

FOR Sale, Secondhand Binders; cheap; also good

Secondhand Threshing MachiBe.-Clutterbuck

Bros., Hindley-street._834c

1J>AST Yacht, "Tabasco," built two years ago,

Huon Pine planking, designed by Lawley, champion Spencer's Gulf; price reasonable.-Win. Burgoyne, Port Piiie._333-6

ÎT L EUCALYPTUS OIL-Best steam re

V.. fined K.I. Oil, 0.P10 to 0.912 S.G., at 1/ lb., on wharf, Port Adelaide.-Barnes _ Ander son, Kingscote, K.I._. 330-69x333-5*

LADH3S' Hosiery, Ribbons, Laces, and Corsets,

better and cheaper in Alberton.-E. E. Evans, cash draper._ ._822-51

\fALTH01D Floorcloth stands rough Wear and -.ti. lasts longer than linoleum. Send for sample. -Norman, Bank-st._ \ 275owac

"VfEW Dining-room Suite for Sale, cheap.- I .IN Breuer, corner Kent-ter., and Angas-st., Kent Town._333-6

PIANO, really good, German, Walnut, upright,

grand, good as new; satisfaction guaranteed. Apply "Leaving," this office._333-6

PIANOS and Organs.-If you want a First-class

Instrument, at a low price, try Hooper, Çel

teney-st._323-38

1ÎIANO, m 10/, dirt cheap; Organ, £9; beauti-

ful Schwechtrn Piano, bargain; also several other bargains.-Hooper, Pulteney-st, N. 382-5 PIANO by celebrated German maker; latest mo-

del, bargain. Apply, afternoons, Sanders,

Hyde-st., off Flinders-st._,_?. 835,7,9

J)RIMEST Meat at City prices.-Mutton-Foies,

ljd.; Hinds, ¡LA.; Lamb, 2/ side.-S. Wallis, Ulyde-st., Kensington._332-5

."DUMPS, American, single acting, brasa fitted* j

.L new, 21, 3 in., 50/, to clear.-P. Richards, ' engineer, Pirfe-st,_3S5-7 '

PUMPS, Centrifugal, Force, Rotary, Triplex;

low prices.-James Hill _ Sons, 68, Uren fell-st 298siuc

PIANOS.-Handsome, Large, Stattgart Models,

£40, £45, £47 10/, net; perfect Many have been in use all over the States for over 20 yeftrs, and are as good as ever. Come and see.

AOADEMY OF MUSIC,

KENSINGTON-TERRACE.

PIANOS, SECONDHAND, £3 to £8, cash;

terms, 6/ to 10/ monthly. ,

A OADEMY O.F MUSIC,

__. KENSINGTON-TERRACE.

ORGANS, New Weaver, best ever imported, 8 I

and 10 stops, £10 10/, £11 10/ net, 12 stops, grand mirror tops, £16 10/; secondhand, BO/ to £6; 6/ to 10/ monthly.

ACADEMY OF MUSIC,

KENSINGTON-TERRACE.

BANJOS, VIOLINS, GUITARS, MANDOLINS,

£1 to £3 10/, best.

A C A D E M Y OF MUSIC, J\. KENSINGTON-TERRACE.

SEWING Machines, White's Half-Cabinets, ex-

tension tables, £3, £1 10/; Veritas, splendid, £5 10/, £6 10/, perfect; come and see.

AOADEMY OF MUSIC,

KENSINGTON-TERRACE.

207aowcx22Sc

EAISED FLORAL POSTCARDa

Suitable for CHRISTMAS GREETINGS.

No. 1-Series Floral Novelties. No. 2-Series Floral Jewel Cases. No. 3-Series Floral Garden Requisites. - No. 4-Series Floral Boats. No. 5 Senes Floral Musical Instruments. No. 6-Series Floral Electric Care. No. 7-Series Floral Birds. No. 8-Series Floral Villages (No. 1). No. 9 Scries Floral Villages (No. 2). No. 10-Series Floral Balloon. No. 11-Series Floral Anchors. No. 12-Series Floral Vases'. Price, 6d. per Packet of six, posted 7d.-COPP'S Arcade Music Stores.

812c

SPECTACLES.-My great speciality is testing

difficult cases of astigmatism with headache. -C. J. PiDer. 130, Bundle-st. *79aiuSS7

&

ECONDHAND Gas and Oil Engines, in gool " order.-James Hill is Soas, 63, Grenfell-st. ' _KSuaic

SPECTACLES, from 1/; all sights suited; Bar-

gains Glass, China.-Townley-Piper, London Bazaar, 168, Rundle-st., opposite York. 333-6 SECONDHAND Binders, in good working order;

immediate delivery.-Norman Coy., Adelaide.

324-37

rpWO horseworks, gear, with two-throw pump, X delivered in good order. Apply Griffiths Bros., 49, Rundle-st.. Adelaide._329-35

MX) Whiteworkers, Manufacturers, &c.-Almost J- new, 1 1-h.p. Electric Motor, best; 1 6-Ma chine Bench; and 4 Machines, Wertheims, Stools, and Chairs; Sundries.-"Cheapness," this office.

332-5

UNDER landed cost, to clear balance of stock,

Two 6} U.P. Oil Engines; first-class Engliak maker. Apply Box 352, G.P.O._332-5

r\VrIN£.-Very old Port, suitable for Invalids, VV 2/5 per bottle, 28/ per dozen.-Import Com tany, 131, Grenfell-st. 235aiwc

YVAXTED. Bootmaker's secondhand Iron Rollers, » > must be in good order; state cash price. "Bootmaker," this office. 333-6

-I A-CT. Gold Lever Watch, 4 years' guarantee, S5 1\J 15/, worth double.-Maly te Co., watch- makers, 7, Hindley-st.« next Beach's,

BEAUTIFUL Lady's Silver Watch, 3 years' gua-

rantee, 21/; Gold Muff Chain, 27/; Silver, 7/6.-Maly & Co., watchmakers and Jewellers, 7» Hindley-st.

SILVER Hunting English Lever Watch, cost £4

10/, reduced to £2 15/, five years' guarantee.

e-nata at Co.. wstebnaken. Bin<_e/-ítreet, Saiu»

WANTED TO SELL.

"T7IOLIN. presentation instrument, with first V class bow and case, complete; cost £20; will send on trial without cash to any part South Australia: take 57/6.-W. Apps, P.O.. Adelaide.

277c

KUHNTuVS ESTEY ORGANS; special construc-

tion, best material, excellent working, ampi« wind capacity. Ertey the best in the world. SOLB

AGENTS, Kuhners Piano Palace.

ESTEY ORGANS (KUHNEL'S) are specially de.

signed and constructed to endure hard usage and the severe climatic tests of tropical countries. SOLE AGENTS. KUHNEL'S. Catalogues free.

O

RG ANS.-KUHNEL'S ESTEY are used eaten

sively throughout the tropical climate, India. Bach succeeding year increases the demand far Estey Organs. KUHNEL'S are the only SOLB

AGENTS for S A.

TTUHNEL'S ESTEY ORGANS are well worthy ?A*- inspection before buying any other manufac- ture. Once beard never to be forgotten. BOLE AGENTS, KUHNEL'S Piano Palace.

EBTEY ORGANS (KUHNEL'S).-They are de-

signed for nee in churches, and are well adapted also for schoolrooms. Write for eat* lane and easy terms.-KUHNEL'S, 184, Bundle-at., Adelaide.

ORGANS.-KUHNEL'S ESTEY. Great care is

exercised in Hie manufacture of these Organs throughout. KUHNEL'S are the recog-teed kGEXtiS for S.A. Catalogues free.

TTUHNEL'S ESTEY ORGANB; Waterproof glue, AVX. Brass screws, coated wire, etc., *c, being used to avoid the disastrous effect« of tropic*! climates on wood and metal alike. SOLE AGENTS, KUHNEL'S.

ESTEY ORGANS (KUHNEL'S).-Thousands have

! been sold, and are giving splendid satisfac- tion, and their record is certainly phenomenal. BOLE AGENTS, KUHNEL'S Piano Palace. Cash

or terms.

f^KGANU-KUHNEL'S ESTEY. Without dcnbi " the finest and strongest made Organs on the market. Over 400,000 ia daily use. What better proof do you want? SOLE AGENTS, KUHNEL'S Piano Palace.

KUHNEL'S ESTEY ORGANS.-These Organ« io

their entirety are a marvel of cenrpleteness. Cash or terms. Only address, 134, Bundle-street, Adelaide.

ESTEY ORGANS CKUHNEL'S), the acclimatised

Organ, is peculiarly an Estey Idea, brought out several yean ago; a very large number of them have been «old all over the globe. Catalogue«

at KUHNKL-g Piano Palace.

OBGANS (KUHNEL'S ESTEY).-They aw par

excellence, the artists' organ, and are moat attefyiBg to every demand; cash or on easy terna. -KUHNEL'S, Rundle-street. ?.

T718TEY ORGANS (KUHNEL'S) have gained and XU sustained nobly a reputation for reliability and durability. Cash or terms.-KUHNEL'S, BOLE AGBNTS. r

ORGANS (KUHNEL'S ESTEY).-Tçne te ra__lr»

and satisfying, above criticism. Send for Illustrated catalogue.-KUHNEL'S, 181, Rundle-st. KUHNEL'S ESTEY ORGANS.-The volume and

character of tone Guaranteed in every Estey. -KUHNEL'S SOLE AGENTS.

TTSTRY OBGANS (KUHNKL") at web priée« -à-' that the smallest «ehool or other organiçaHan

need not rtageer at coat: cash or tenas.-At KUH- NEL'S. 134. Runrfle-street.

ORGANS (KUHNEL'S ESTEY).-Bttey *a the

rumeboard is sufficient guarantee; if that magic name is Uierethe ORGAN IS ALL RIGHT. COLE AGENTS, KUHNEL'S. Rundle-tt.

KUHNEL'S ESTEY ORGANS are stocked from _ portable to the fun-size church style, KUHNEL'S, SOLE AGENTS..Bundle-at.

ESTEY ORGANS (KUHNEL'S).-Sole Agent« foi

these high-grade Organs; over 400,000 IA dally use. Write or call for catalogue book,-KUH- NEL'S. Rundle-street,

OBGANS (KUHNEL'S ESTEY) are recognised by

the leading organista and profesional« at fha best to be obtained. Call and inspect,-KUHNEL'S, 134, Bundle-street.

¡7~UHN_'S ESTEY ORGANS.-Over 24 different -L_ style« stocked at prices to meet everybody; eash or terms; catalogua» posted free.-KUHN!3¿¿

Piano Palace.

ESTEY ORGANS (KUHNEL'S) are guaranteed tj

stand the climate. They are built to last a lifetime; inspection invited.-KUHNEL'S Plaao

Palace. '

ORGANS (KUHNEL'S ESTEY) are «old at whole-

sale price» for cash, or on easy terms, trata 10/ per month. 'Catalogua posted free.-KUH- NEL'S. 184, Rundle-street.

KUHNEL'S ESTEY ORGANS.-The mort beau«,

fal and appropriate organ in it« claaa now oa the market. BOLE AGENTS. KUHNEL'S, Bun

dle-atreet.

ESTEY ORGANS.-Constantly growing in favor

with churches, lodges, and other orga-iaa hons, where substantiality ia appreciated. 80L_ \GENTS. KUHNEL'S. 134, Rundle-street.

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HOUSES ANTI LAND WANTED»

A MODERN Suburban Villa wasted, B-8

good tenant; no children; coávenlencef.PatV

«colara, "No Hurry." this office. ^ ;&* ,

USINESS Premise» wanted, Office and f St**

room, ground-floor, use- of yaH-"PtenJfcBB,'*

this office;_:_ ' ¿MM

COTTAGE Villa, 4 rooms, conveniences, bath,

detached, town; or. Id.'Sections f good order; £260 cash-"Widow," thtetogice. ", __.

TTHTRNISHED House for unfnfhttheo', rent, Oecem. ?E her 19, two months, hear Hills, 7 rMh».-Flee* man, Third st.. Knightsbridge. .. ' , 338 5 ;

Jj*URNISHED House, 6 rooms or more, at. Port £ Victor »r Port Elliot, for January and réttni btv; state tema.-"Se-ridc," Bo 422, G.P^O. $82-S

FTHNTSHED, Blackwood, 7 Booms, kttMes,

available 6 weeks from ÍÍKh December | SO/,-« Saunders & Ashby, Royal Exchange, "" 338,9,7

TjÎURNISHËD, City, Oirringtoh-st., 5 rooms,

X conveniences, 25/; City, GOles-stt, 6 rooms« cheap, 22/6; Hyde Park, main road, 6 good rooms, 25/; and others.-Parsons & Wilcox, Rayai Ex change / i_838-5,7

LMAPHORE District-Propers-owners who de ure a quick and satisfactory «als should in- struct me I have cash clients, wiitin* for 3, 4, 5, 6, and 8-rooriiod Houses- Money lo lend. A C. Evan«, licensed land broker, Lfpsob-st:»

Port_i ' ' * fea-o>7

WANTED to Buy, House, fi rooms Arid con»

veniehces,'* Wayville or North Uliïeyj prie« ' for cash.-"Howe," this -office._ <B8-B

WANTED, City or North. Adelaide, Hotte, I

rooms; About £100. cash-¿Aftmxr C. Batt* ders, Australasia Chambers, King Wllliim-ftt.

8JJ8-B

TTTANTED Buy» 4-roomed Hottae, conveniences, VV North Unley preferred: £100 deposit,. jbS agents need apply.-^'Watc-fnl,'' thte éëcc, «B-S WANTED to Buy, 8 Rooms and Mfccnen, North

Adelaide or Prospect «referred; state nHce; particulars.-'?'Reasonable," this ofice. StA*, WANTED, at Glenelg, 5-roomed House, Un-

furnished, from middle January. Apply "QMO." this office._ , 38H WANTED, House, 7 or 8 roosas, toad iMUtton,

etty, penny heston, suttor!».-Miss aforcton,

q, Hutt-st,\CUy._ 38M

ANTED to Bent, 4-rooÙed House, co_vt_J

enees, Semaphore or. WoocTvitle. A|pljrv "Good Tenant." this ofnc*. ... _".tin*. WANTED, middle December, groomed .CoKifce,

garden, "hilly suburb.-"Mikado,'» Keeley Beach P.O_ ,, , 83M

WANTED, furnished House, Brighton or Somer«

ton, January and February.-^'*f3eiaUe-,'' Box

422.' ' ' , ' . * __

I WANT

A BOZEN HOUSES, in handy suburb!, from 1 rooms to 6 rooms, and can seil them quickly al reasonable prices. Piesse drop me a card, watt I wUl at once inspect your property.

A. DAWE»'

28 AND 29, NATIONAL- MUTUAL" BOT-folNO,

KING WILLLtM-STREET. vJ8teiu:17J

I WANTED TO PURCHASE,

HOUSE, 6 to 8 rooms, city or near suburb. HOUSE.« 4 or 5 rooms, handy suburb-. ,

HOUSE, a few Acres, near City. , , GARDEN 10 to 60 Acres, House, Ac.

BUILDING ALLOTMENT, near car. »

- NO SALE, NO COMMISSION. *

J. CHAS. GENDERS,

BEAL ESTATE AGENT, Brookman'« BV-diëf,

Grenfell street 'Phone 989. 33SalwM

?'-' t Ti lit»

HOUSES AND LAND TO LET.

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A NEW Groomed Villa, best part St. Peter«: -V rent 16/; terras.-Julian Smith, Payneham. rd , St. Peters._ T^EQUETTtVILLE-Terrace.-House, how Id oc XJ cupation Dr. Innis; every modern coqveñl. ence.-C Smith, 62, Waymouth-st. 838-7

LLT, summer months, Yank»Ulla, 8 Rooms, stX

hies, tanks, fruit garden, Ia township; 12/9, -Smith, Payneham rd., 8t. Peters.

WANTED to \ Let, 10-roömed House, »table«.

coachhouse, man's room.-150, CarringtoO-Mi

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\ [(Continued from Page 2.),

?OUSM M» LAUD TO US*.

Sjfedsr skis keast!« 01 prepaid), IS -«rds, «.» _fauertl»», 1/; tare. in.ertin.% 2/C_ IA FOUB-roomed Furnished House, batli, wash in. house, bob stove; 16/.-Academy ot Music, KcP8ÍPgtOP-tcr._._SS?-C

I AT Semaphore.-New House, well furnished, 5

)¿\> rooms, gas; immediate possession; £2 2/

a week.-Jackman & Treloar, Adelaide. 835-7

USINESS Premises Built to suit tenant; good

sites.-<Julnton Bruce. U6, King Wm.-st

17iuac

B

BEST part North Adelaide, very pretty fi-ioomed

House, oil conveniences.-W. P. WicMceJ

Süd Coy-, Pirie-st. _SV>,7.9

LABENCE Park, frontino; tram, to Let, Hoius,

7 rooms and bath.-Jas. Manning, Ware Chbrs._^_S3?,5,

COOL, Dry Cellars, at Port Adelaide, suitable

for storage of wine and perishable goods, to let. Apply "Advertiser" Office, Port Adelaide. _dzc

1 BURNISHED House, 8 rooms, Glenelg, clo=e

; tram and baths, gas stove-Todd & Samu»l, Biooknmn's Building._S33-5 rIDNlSHED, Parkside, Younç-st, close .ar,

rooms, conveniences; 35,.-Priest (e Langs ford, Molton-st, off Fliuders st 332-5

«Ti LEPELG.-Furnishid~to Let, 9 rooms, 4 bed VJT rooms, smokirg-room, all conveniences, Sal tram-rd., off Mosclcv-ttrcet, 5 minutes from train. .Phone 118, Glenelg; or F. Dcovvell, Australasia Cb-mbera._333-5

«TJHANGE.-To Let. 6-roomed Furnished nouse, M» close to beach and station.-"Seaview, '

Grange P.O. _ 333-5

ILLES-ST., 7 Rooms, 20/; Norwood, 8 Rooms,

IS/6; Payneham, 7 Booms, 17/; Hyde Park, C Booms, 17/6.-W. E. Collins, 49a, King Wm.-st.

S30c

KINO William-st., Kent Town.-Charming 5

roomed, wcll-furnühed House, for tirm; all tonvcnicnccs.-Mitchell is Gill, 9 Alfred Chambers, Currie-st. _'_332^,7

LET or Sell, 6 rooms, bath, pantry, cellar, wash-

house, stables, close tram.-C. Davey, For rant-st., _Prospoct_i__L jMOKTH Kensington. - For a term, about 17 .-31 acres, splemiid garden Bril, water laid _on. Horse 7 rooms, complete oulho"se, &c, wind n-iU; suit retired fanner, dairyman or orcbardist. Possession 2nd February, 1909.-Bakewell, Stow. and Piper, solicito-, Cowra Chbrs.. Grenfell-st.

_aXH-iac

OFFICES, light and convenient. In central posi-

tion. Port Adelaide, to Let. Apply "Advcr tiser" Offices, Port Adelaide._253c

|~VB for Sale, Largs Bay, Esplanade, nr. Jetty, V Ö rooms, kitchen, bathroom, cellar, wash konse.-Gunson. Citizens' Buildings, Adelaide.

_ 274c rpORT ELLIOT, the Fashionable Watering Re- it sort-Large Shop and Dwelling, 5 rooms; would suit boot shop or general store; 15/ week lor term.-A. Moree Lawes, Parade, Norwood. Teic

Phone._ 333-"

OFFICES To Let.-Handsome Suites, with strong

rooms; well lighted, convenient, centrally situated main street. Also Vacant Land on buila ir.g lease.-B. Benny, solicitor, Waterbonse Cham- bers, King WlWam-st._____ CJHOP and 3 Rocms, Sturt-street, 15/; 6 Rooms. Ö North Adelaide, 12/.-Priest 4: LanfeA-H, og

Flinden: street._ 333-6

OTORE or Workshop to Let. between UulHn'( IO and Atlas Tire, Wyatt-street; 25/.-H.icket» tad Hunt._884waic

SEMAPHORE, Esplanade-Furnished House, 8

Rooms and all conveniences, to Let for term.-Moody, Winnall, & Stace, Waymouth-st.

._304uaic

mo Let, a Large Shop, 60 x 20, in Hutt-st. good IA position, suitable for anything; low rent. Apply Hutt-st. Shoeing Forge._330iuic

»pO Let, for six weeks, from 10th December JL Furnished House, seawall. Port Victor. Wallace Bruce, Brookman"» Buildings. 333-5

/r°

Let, large room, suit milliner or costumier, rent low.-139, O'Oonnell-st., N.A. 832-5 fHENNIS Court to Let, central part of North Ade (X laide. Apply 48, Barnard-st, N.A.

_ _S32-5

HnO Let, House, 6 rooms, &c, Ward-st E., N.A. tJL -Wyatt & Sanderson, 27, Waymouth-st

333-6

rpO Let. two Shops and Dwelling, Mil; End; IA penny section. Apply H. A. Badger, Hilc End._ rpt> Let, Semaphore, 6 Rooms, forms'-°d, 45/; IX largs, S Rooms, £3.-Saunders & Ashby, Royal Exchange._._835,7,40

4 ROOMS, kitchen, bath, cellar, garden, 15/; also

Shop, Room, 10/.-F. G. Stacr, Payneham-rd.,

East Adelaide

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