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THE QUEST. THE QUEST.

POWERFULL IMAGINATIVE!   he I . , . SPECTACULAR!

I An effective combiiutio'» of powerful drama and

delightful comedy,

Featuring

v, MARGARITA FTSCHElî AND HARRY POLLARD. Jv. MARGARITA FISCHER AND HVRRY POLLARD.

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THE QUEST

is that of the surpassing natural scenic beauties

* of the exteriors.

THE "SECOND Is tile continuous grip of the

story.

THE THIRD, the talented acting of the principáis

in the cast.

MARGARITA FISCHER

fills the role of Nai with a zest and simplicity that

is both refreshing and delightful.

HARRY POLLARD

is the restless millionaire, tired of the veneer and shallowness of society life, who finds in Nai the

world of his romance, and thus ends

THE QUEST,

Also, the following subjects: Pathe's European Gazette. Australian Gazette

A Night in the Jungle.Selig Drama Work.Chaplin Comedy

And

THE TOWN* OF TRENT. THE TOWN OF TRENT.

This town has been for some considérable time a "bone of contention" between Italy and 'Austria, and is therefore of historic interest at the present

time.

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FEATUEE DRAMA ' "AFFAIR FOR THE POLICE."

"Reformation," a sixer's influence; "Polidor's Chickens," a pplendid lairchmaker: "Monte Carlo." scenes that haic been written about; and Australian Garette.

6d. - Special Matinees for Ladies. - Sd.

WOÑbTRGr.APH~DAY"SHOW. Charlie Chaplin Button Day.

Football Notices. S'

OUTH AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL ' LEAGUE.

TO-DAY, TO-DAY, AT 3 P.M.

PORTION OF PROCEEDS OF ALS, MATCHES DONATED TO WOUNDED SOLDIERS' FUND.

ADELAIDE OVAL.

West Adelaide v. Norwood.

Umpires-Central, Keltic; Boundary; Cartwright and Thomas. > x ,

UNLEY OVAL.

Sturt v. North Adelaide.

Umpires-Central, Jarman; Boundary, Crow-

ther and Townsend.

HINDMARSH OVAL.

West Torrens v. Port Adelaide.

Umpires-Central, Abernethy; Boundary, Wel- lington and Bruce. ,

Admission-Ground. 6d. ; Reserve, Gd. extra.

Members of Expeditionaryt-Force in Uniform

Admitted Free.' ' <

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STURT VERSUS NORTH

ADELAIDE.

UNLEY OVAL.

SATURDAY. AUGUST 28, 1915.

Come and see the Fight for Fourth Position.

Public Companies.

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Dated this 23th day of Auciist, 1015.1 .

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NOTICE is hereby given that the SHARE Á TRANSFER BOOKS of the abovementioncd Com- £

'pany will be CLOSED from the 30TH DAY OF \

AUGUST to the flTH DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1015, I both days inclusive.

C. W. TURNER, Secretary.

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C. W. TURNER, Secretary.

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L. A .lKSsOP J KICHAltD SMITH 1 W. 'HERBERT PHILLIPFS h. W. VAN SENDEN J

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pany.

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Apply for our pamphlet

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OFFICES-22, GRENFELL-STREET, ADELAIDE, &

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DIRECTORS:

PETER WAITE (Chairman), T. E. BARR L SMITH (Vicc-Ch.urm.in), T. L. BROWNE, A. J. G MURRAY, G. H. PROSsER, W. J. YOUNG.

The Company is established for the role pur- pose of acting as Trustee, Executor, Administra .jot, attorney, &c. The »hole of its subscribed Capital, £H)0,000, is available as a guarantee for the proper management of trusts hanaed over to

it

Write for our book, "Wills and Executors,T containing useful information on these mattera.

123COWC OSWALD TIPPING. Manager.

THE ADELAIDE

SAFE DEPOSIT

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Owner's Sole Control. Fitted with Safes of van- f ous sizes. I f

YEARLY RENTALS OF SAFES FROM £2 2/. ! Infection invited R. F. LEISHMAN, Manager.

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Entire Horses.

ENFIELD STUD FARM.-Bolivar and Percival,

Draught Stallions; Producer Hackney and Blacklock. Trotting Stallions, inspection invited; Sur.dayc-; now the time breed; £end card where to

call.-Grindell & Son._

NOW is the timo to breed Boomerang and Libe-

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Amusements.

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NOTE!!!

Yon con put an umbrella

UP A PIPE DOWN,

imt you cannot put one

DOWN A PIPE UP.

NoîtV'r tan you find a better programme in the

Town than ac

WONDERGRAPH

lllNDLtY-STREET.

QUITE A SENSATION

is being caused by the groat Military Drama,

BOOTHS' BABY

BOOTHS' BABY

l$y John Strange Winter.

CHARLIE CHAPLIN

m tim comicality,

"AT THE SEASIDE."

One of Charlie's Best.

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THE BOMBAY BUDDA. THE BOMBAY BUDDA.

Don't miss this mystery story! BOX-PLAN AT WONDERGRAPH.

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Last day of present programme.

CHARLIE CHAPLIN

and

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&c., &c, &c. DAY PRICES-3d. and 6d.

Charlie Chaplin Button Day.

ANZAC DAY

The Executive Committee of the

MONSTER PROCESSION,

PAGEANT,

and

CARNIVAL

to be held on

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13,

in aid of

THE WOUNDED SOLDIERS' FUND,

has decided that the day shall be known as

ANZAC DAY.  

The Souvenir offered by the Committee to the person whose suggestion for a title was adopted

has been awarded to Mr. Robert Wheeler, Pros-

pect.

A. W. STYLES, Chairman. T. B. MERRY, Secretary.

Anzac Day Committee.  

WONDERGRAPH DAY SHOW Charlie Chaplin Button Day.

Public Notices.

D

MOTOR EXCURSIONS. SATURDAY, AUGUST

28. 1915.

STIRLING PATRIOT CARNIVAL.  

Motors leave Booking Office about 2 p.m. Charabancs leaving all hours for other hills trips incluling big; round trip, Norton Summit via Morialta Falls and Violet Farm, Waterfall

Gully, &c. Book seats early.-A. E. Terry's Tourist Bureau, corner Gawler-place and Flinders st., 'Phoni 3140. Spfcial Excursion Fares.

MOTOR EXCURSIONS.. SUNDAY, AUGUST 23

1915.

P4TRTOTTO CONTINENT \L AT WALKER' 'VTOLFT FARM, in the mils. Charabancs leay Booking Office between 2 and half past 2 for Violet Farm. A'so Motors leaving all hours during da.i for other hills trips as above. Book seats early Special Excursion Fares.

A. E. TERRY, corner Gawler-place and Flinders st.. 'Phone 3jH0._ X

"dort adel «de industri xl co-oper » jl tive society, limited.

half-yearly general meeting.

? Members are hereby notified that the hal: jearly General >Mee:ing will take, place in "th Friendly Societies' Room?, Commercial-road, cur ner of St. X'¡nrent-Ctrcet. Port Adelaide, on SAT URDAY, the 28th dav of Augu t. at S o'clock p m

By order of the Committee,

N _ W._E_McELLISTER, Secretary.

A USTRALIAN " PEACE ALLLVNCL

XA (S.A. BRANCH).

MEETS SATURDAY, August 23th, at 8 p.m., a Ne» Address-Truth Centre, 51, Angas-strcct

Public invited._N

ISTRICT COUNCIL OF STIRLING

NOTICE.

Permission has been given the Committee c! the Hills Carnival for Wounded Soldiers tur

PROCESSION on SATURDAY. 2S.h August leavinz Aldeate and Crafers ¿t 2 o'clock p.m _ and proceeding alone the Mount Barker Mail

n . Road to the Stirling West Oval.

N _W. NICHOLLS. Clerk.

I 7 BEAUTIFUL TRIP.-TURNER'S First-cla;

LE ¿\ To>irinz Car leaves oop. G.P.O., 2.15 p.m. m- Sunday, ior Morialta Falls, Norton Summit, Pit

cadillv. Crafers, returning via Belair; 5/ return. >F Book ea'lv. Kerr's Umbrella Shop, Bowman'. [5, Buildincs.'or 'Phone 170._»_N283-IO

f\ I T Y O F PORT ADELAIDE.

In response to a numerously signed requisition I HEREBY CONVENE a PUBLIC MEETING to be held in the TOWN HALL, PORT ADELAIDE, at 8 p.m., on MONDAY NEXT, the roth inst., for the purpose of enabling the ratepa>ers to ex- press thrir indication at- the retaining and em- ploying of Germans in the Govemmtnt service.

JOE n. CLOUSTON, Mayor. Mayor's Parlor, Town Hall, Port AdelaiJe,

August 27th. 1015;_N240-2

QCHOOL- OF MINES AND INDUSTRY.

FIRST AID AND HOME NURSING.

First Aid and Home Nursing Classes, preparing for -St. John Ambulance Association Certificate', will be commenced at the School of Müus as under:- _ . "

Iu<-sdav, Aug. 31st-Fnst Md (Women's ClasîX. Wednesday-, Sept. 1st-First Aid (No. 1 Men's Class).

" , Thursday, Sept. 2id-Home Nursing.

>n FnJav, Sept. 3rd-First Aid (No. 2 Men's Class). " [ Feee-^-First Aid, 7/6; Home Nursing, 10/6. 1 i Exam. Fee, 2/. . .

Further particulars obtainable from the Regis trar (Mr. F. W. Reid. B.Sc). ._N23T.Í0 2 PUBLIC L1BR\RV, MUSEUM, AND ART GAL-

LERY OF «OUTH AUSTRALIA.

-' AÍKÍT GALLERY LECTUKES.

r On WEDNESDAY, September 1, at 8 p.m.,

BEV. DR. BEVAN will deliver a Lecturotte cn

THE BEVTVAL OF AJÎT IN NORTHEKN

EUROPE.

Gallery open from 7.30 to 9.30 p.m. ADMISSION, FREE.

Bv order,

N J. B. G. ADAMS, General Secretary.

Notice to the Public.

The OLD-ESTABLISHED BAKING FIRMS, A. AND W D. THOMAS, of Grenfell-*treet, and W.

J HILL, of Rose Park, ha>c AMALGAMATED THEIR BUSINESSES, and from the 30th day of XUGUST the Office and BREAD FACTORY will be at KENSINGTON-RO\D, ROSE PARK.

Bus'ncs«. will be carried cn under the name A. AND W. D. THOMAS & HILL. LIMITED, BREAD BAKERS, ROSE PARK.

We ask that the confidence placed m the aboye firms will he still retained, and we promise etery care in manufacturing and delivering bread te the Dublie.

'Phone 973.

Ring up Ö73 for our famoia Whole-Meal Bread. N23S.40 A. & W. D. THOMAS & XV. .1. HILL.

CALCIUM CABBEDE.

Stocks of all crades on hand and to arrhc. Lowest prices ou application to

G. A. PREVOST A. CO.. Steamship Buildings.

Nlliwi:110

PHOTOS AT NIGHT

Equal to daylight, by the "Baby King," Frank A. McNeil!, Gawler-place, open Friday nights till

0 o'clock.

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* Ware Chamber?. -^ . P 112. Kins William-street. r>

Trade Gazettes. ' SP ¿i Status Reports, . p¿

Debt Collections. J\, a°l

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SHORTHOSE & HERBERT'S *"

Physcal Culture I-sUtute, T 13, Curric-st. 'Phone 3230. 5¿ Medical gymnastics, massage, " ^ Au-si" breathing, physical culture. Classes on Vtá or private instruction for Ladies, ^

Gentlemen and Children. Special " s

training for athletes. Send foi i. prospectus. .

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Amusements.

I^H.m

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To-day at 2.30. To-night at 8.

Rill and Ethel at tiic Ball " " .. " Ooniedv Life in the lîaldiice.Draina

Fifi'.i Sériai of Hazards of Helen.

Fatty on the Job.Vitsgraph Comie

Mystery of Brayton Court

Maurice Costello as Doctor.

Wage-, of liittlo Simm.Comie

BATTLE OF THE SEXES,

Psychological Society Drama.

5d.._Cj., and 1/. FRED. COOMBS. Lessee.

QUEEN'S HALL

GRENFELL-STREET.

TO-NIGHT (SATURDAY) AT

8 O'CLOCK.

IN AID OF THE WOUNDED SOLDIERS' FUND. EXCERPTS IN COSTUME WITH ACTIONS

from

GRAND OPERA

VIOLET" PAINE

Assisted by

RUBY HEARNSHAW, RUBY JONES, ANGE LITA DAVIS, ROY MELLISH, AND WALTER

WOOD.

SCENES F.ROM MURELLA, FAUST, FLYING DUTCHMAN, TRAVIATA, ELAINE, HAMLET,

FREISCHUTZ.

Reserved Seats. 3/; Unreserved Seata, 2/ and 1/. Box-plan at Allan's until 1 o'clock; after- wards at Sewell's, Florist.

_Hon. Manager, A. J. CHAPMAN.

QUEEN'S HALL, Grenfell-street

TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 7.

Under the Patronage of His Excellency the Go

yern.ir ar.d Ladv Galwav.

ADELAIDE CHORAL SOCIETY.

Conductor. PROFESSOR J. M. ENNIS, Mus. Doe.

A TALE OF OLD JAPAN

(COLERIDGE-TAYLOR).

REVENGE

(STANFORD).

Artists-Muriel Check. A.M.U.A., Gladys Cilento, A.M.U.A.. Alexander . doner. Francis Halls. Leader of Orchestra. Eugene Alderman. All per rorrnrn» are ¡rcmrouslv eivinsr their services.

PROCEEDS IN AID OF OUR WOUNDED

SOLDIERS.

Dress Circle, i/: Reserved Stalls, SI; Stalls, 21; Gallery, 1/. Tickets and Plan? at Cawthornc's.

1 Hon. Secretary, E. BROAD,

S J_Hon. Manager. CHAS. OAWTHORNE.

QUEEN'S HALL

Grcnfell-st Adelaide. (Lessee Chas. Cawthorne). Tile IDEAL HALL for CONCERTS, DRAMATIC ind OPERATIC PERFORMANCES MEETINGS, ..c. UP-TO-DATE ELECTRIC LIGHTING. PER- FECT ACOUSTICS, BEAUTIFUL SCENERY, 'ROUND FLOOR. SEATING CAPACITY, 900.

Also two large Shops, and other room; same iremiscs, for letting; terms. Apply Cawthorne's, 7, Rnndlo-street _S233,6,8,40

V0NDËRG~RÀPH DAY SHOW. Charlie Chaplin Buttan Day.

Public Notices.

THE ALL-BËTTlSH

LEAGUE.

THE MONTHLY GENERAL MEETING of thi LEAGUE will be held m the Foresters' Hall, Nile

treet. Port Adela! le <?" WEDNESDAY Evening .tt .September, at 8 o'clock.

An Auuie.b, *ii.e " .!-'?> Navy," will be 'de ivere'd bv' Euitare B. Grundy, E¿q.,'K.O. A Musical Programme is provided.

CHORUSES BY SEA SCOUTS.

A full muster of memb«.rs--Ladies, and Gentle 'iien-is particularly desired.

D. & CROMARTY, Hon. Secretary.

_N240,3EÜ0

OOYAL COMMISSION ON MILK SUPPLY 01 £V METROPOLITAN COUNTY DISTRICT.

Any person DESIRj-Vu TO GIVE EVIDENCL efore the aibove COMMISSION, is invited to com unicate with the undersigned on or bofor .EDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. 191Ô.

W. SIMONS, Secretary. Metropolitan County Board Offlets,

Town Hall, Adelaide, August 27, 1915. .\

OU ARE INVITED TO A PUBLIC DEMON-

STRATION,

New Perfection Oil Stove,

MONDAY TO FRIDAY, INCLUSIVE

.Augitrt 30th, 31st, September 1st. 2nd, 3rd, i

to 5 p.m.)

AFTERNOON TEA PROVIDED.

Unique Display oi Household Conveniences.

COLTON. PALMER, & PRESTON, LIMITED,

_Curric-strcct, Adelaide. N239-45

fllTY OF " PORT ADELAIDE.

Pursuance to Section 249 of the Municipal Cor .juratinns Act, 1S>90, and the r<6jlution of the Council pissed on Thurs 'ay, the 2Gth day of Vugust, 3915, a PUBLIC MEETING will be held .n the TOWN HALL, PORT ADELAIDE, on FRI- DAY, the 2nd day of SEPTEMBER, 1915, at 8 p.m., for the purpose of asking the Ratepayers to CONSENT to a SPECIAL RATE of Ud. in the £ on the Assessnunt for the current year on the rofcible prjpcrty within the Municipality under the Land \aluis Assessment Act, 1SU3, and amend- ments thereof for the purpose of (A) Making np roadways in connection with tramways on tilt, vv stern «ide of Jervois Bridge at an tstimateo cost of £5,S85; (B) constructing a new Motor Firry Boat, esrimatcd cost £875.

By order,

E. BRADWELL, Town Clerk. Town Clerk's Office, Town Hall, Port Adelaide,

27th August, 1915._ N240-2.6

Y

SIMMONS.-ALBERT DAVTD DEVONSHIRE

NORTON SIMMONS, communicate with MACGREGOR & PALMER, solicitors, Sydney, when you will hear of something to your advan- tage. " Reliable information rewarded. _N

CORPORATION OF RENSINGTON AND

NORWOOD.

ARREARS OF RATES. ' RE3ISTRATTON OF DOGS.

NOTICE is hereby given that the COLLECTOR has heen instructed to TAKE ACTION for the RE- COVERY of UNPAID RATES. Also, that PRO- CEEDINGS will new be taken against OWNERS or KEEPERS of UNREGISTERED DOGS. Fine fer non-registration-Lowest, £2; highest, £6.

By order,

E. O. GOODEN, Town Clerk. Town Hall, Norwood, 26th August, 1915.

_N240.5

.QABLE A. R- GRIVELL, of "Orange GlcnT" ^ Payneham, offered his services to the Mili-

tary Forces and was about to go into camp, hut

n second examination wa3 rejected as medi?aily

unit_m

Ï WITHDRAW from all Agents the Sale of my

Property at- Norman Park, Mitcham, from

this date.

N H. G. WILSON.

NEW C0RNSACKS

FOR PROMPT DELIVERY.

We arc prepared to sell NEW CORNSACKS for prompt delivery at lowest possible prices.

Farmers are advised to pecure their require- ments NOW, and make certain of supplies.

Call or write the old-established Sim of

H. J. PENN0 & CO., LTD.,

FRANKLIN-STREET, ADELAIDE

'Phone 61'30. 619L_N236eow247jr240-324

Carbide Calcium Competition

A Guinea Prize.

O-J / WILL be awarded to person posting l;st ¿.'J-f contaitinc mewt names and addresses in town or country of pTson« or irstituiions own- ing Acetylene Gas Plants and using Carbide of Cal- cium, i

Scud a postcard by the 3tst Aueust, to "CAR- BIDE." C/o Richardson's, Currie-st. N238.4Q

WHY PAY RENT?

THE HOUSE-PURCHASE POLICY

usued by

The Co-operative Assurance

Co., Ltd.,

enables everyone to obtain the means of actruiruw

their OWN HOME. ^

Obtain particulars.

ADELAIDE OFFICE,

Unity Chambers. Currie-street.

M43weo324 CHARLES MONK. Secretary.

IMPORTANT.

V

We want rou to note we an» PASTRYCOOK SPECIALISTS. That we can supply CAKES and PASTRY of the very best quality at most reason able prices. Our factory is equipped with th« most up-to-date martiinerv. We guarantee our I goods are nitnufactured from the very best ingre-

dients obtainable. Goods delivered city and ^ Buburba, also forwarded to any part of the State. '** Country clients receive our prompt and careful cc attention. Send îor our complete price-list, 11

posted free.

SPECIAL QUOTATIONS are «riven for CHURCH. SCHOOL, and OTHER PARTIES.

When in town try our English Pics, 2d. each. Open till 9 o'clc-k Friday Nights, 9.30 Saturday

Nights. Note address

familiers' Excelsior Cafe,

33. ARCADE, OFF RUNDLE-STREET.

Thone 2716. Nâtwac

Amusements.

TOWN" HALL, TO-MORROW (SUNDAY) EVENING

At 8.15 Doors open 745 ffl ^

W. R. KNOX'S FREE GRAND ORGAN RECITAL» J,

SONGS fay NELLIE ROGERS L \_ and BALFOUR PRIOR. -_3C1TATI0Ï?Ï

By NITA DASHINGION ADMISSION FREE COLLECTION

Tree Dress Circle Tickets at Allan's Music Warehouse

KENSINGTON AND NORWOOD CORPORATION

OFFICIAL OPENING OF

NEW TOWN HALL

A SFRIES of rNTERTUNMFNTS will bp gncn in the NEW TOWN HALL, NORWOOD, « WfcDNESDAI, 1st September, THURSDAY, 2nd September, FRIDAY, 3rd September, at S o'clod

p m

ADMISSION will be FRFE and by TICKETS ONLY, which may be obtained at thi'lOWS

CLERKS OFFICr on application.

PROGRAMMF FOR WEDNESDAY,

1st SEPTFMBER.

Selection«! bv the MUNICIPAL TRXMWAYS

BAND, under the Oonductorahip of

CHRISTOPHER SMITH, ESQ

Songs by MISS ELI7\BETH DAVALL, MR W

?ROODS and MB DUNCAN MACPHERSON

PPOGR1MME FOR FRIDAY, 3rd SEPTEMBER

Programme arranged by Edward Reeve», Esq.

Comediettas-' THE PROPOSAL,"

"MISAPPREHENSION " J

Assisted by MISS HELEN REEVES, MISS MUBIBTj

DAX ill V X . and MR W \LTEB XX'OOD

BECITALS by MR and MBS EDWARD BEEVES

WP AMME FOR THURSDAY,

2nd SEPTEMBER.

Programme uijred by Mr and Mrs von Treuer

Comedies

"BETWEEh *«" SOUP AND THE SAVORY,"

«ME IS MONEY"

The DBAWrv ROOM ENTERTAINERS will

appear in ' THE PICNIC " " -___. _ ,- " "-¿"r,T ni

McNICOL, Rev A. H. TEECE, B.A. Selections by MUNICIPAL TRAMWAYS BAND '

A PATRIOTTS» CHORAL SERVICE \ffll alao M held on SUNDAY, the 6th September, at S

o'clock p ni

THF HALLELUJAH CHORUS and other well known hymns by COMBINED OHOHÎS of KEN SINGTON and NORWOOD, conducted by De

HAROLD DAVIES.

MUSIC by the MUNICIPAL TRAMWAYS BAND, SPEAKERS-Chaplain Captain Rev DONAH

By order,

S239-40.3 E. O GOODEN, Town Clefk.

Public Notices.

S.A.C.E. UNION 24TH ANNUAL CONTENTION^

TO-DAY'S MEETINGS

EXHIBITION BUILDING, AT 2.45 p.m. ''**,*

PATRIOTIC JUNIOR RALLY. f , ^ r NET PROCEEDS FOR RFD CROSS FUND. ->> »us'

MAUGHAN METHODIST CHURCH, FEANKUN-STBEETi

» Business Meeting Commence 7 30 «harp. » ji' -jÍ! *tí>

~ INTERMLDIA1E RALLY at 8 pm. ^ *" I ' ~ *--{ «/idf

TOPIC-"LOYXLTY IN THE HOME"

SPrAKER-REV A. W BEAN. SPFCIAL SINGING CONDUCTOR, MR. T B. RASCH

{ £

SCHOOL OF MINES AND INDUSTRIES."

THIRD TERM COMMENCES ON 30th AUGUST, 1915.

Full particulars on application to the Registrar (Mr F W Reid, B Se ), North

terrace

Bv direction of the Council,

N237,40,2 J LANGDON BONYTHON, President

?---.-_- -_

FIGHT TO A FINISH.

There are no ha f measures with my war on WHITE ANTS I guarantee to ex rc-mnnte tnera utterly xuth Bun's White Ant Fxterminator or retreat FRLE 01 COST Tw o year-, guarantee gu en Many referen res from local citizens ^__i 5

URIAH PULLIN, The White Ant, Ekp?rt

10G, GOI ER STREET, NORTH ADELAIDE 'Phone 2312 S226vr310

Public N tices. A

KT Union, James Smith's Eiderdown Quilt;

Winning Number. 1210._- N

Ï»ABIES' "" HOME. GÂWLËR^TËRRACÊ.

> WALKERVILLE.-The Oomminee are pre- pared to Foster.. Babies from I yiar of "ige at 8,'6 P( r week. Particulars can be obtained ifrom Miss Barker. Hon. Svc, Alpha-ro.id, Prospect. *' Tcle jhone 2SS7._N_

ART UNION in aid of. WOUNDED -SOLDIERS' 4

FUND, for Doll* and Bedstead*, presented I by Mrs. (Dr.) E. E. S. Coombe.-Number of Wiu-1 n.Dg Ticket, j (four). _ 'N240 , .\TOTICE OF ALTERATION .OF ,NAME.-I, jl\ ARTHUR HENRY FLETCHER, of 102, Gil hert-streqt. Adelaide, in the State of South-"Aus- tralia. Baker, hereby trivc 'notice that by a Sta-

tutory Declaration made bv me on the twenty- f firth day of August, 1915, which has been duly filed at the General Reeiitry Office, Adelaide, jforctaid. ! have altcied mv former name of Vrtbur Wilhelm Hcrry Wallenstein and the sur .'arat WallpiL'tein of my wife "and son by re- nouncing and abandoning the said "names and I «uthorije and require all persons whomsoever and all bodies Whatsoever at all times hereafter to Jesignate, ascribe, and addres3 mo by the nant»

if A-thur Henry Fletcher, and my wife by the name of Edith Rose Fletcher, and my son by the rame of Arthur George Fletcher.

- Dated at Adelaide, this twenty-sixth day of \ueust. 1915. ARTHUR HENRY FLETCHER.

Witness-Chas. W. Brien._ V

A USTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION. DESIGNS are invited for a ROLL OF HONOR ">F MEMBE' S who have ENLISTED in the AUS- TRALIAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCES.

GEO. E. KREUSLER, General Secretary,

Widows' Fund Building,

N GrcnfeE-street, Adelaide.

T*> THE REGISTRAR OF COMPANIES AND JL ALL OTHERS WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. NOTICE is hereby given, pursuant to '"The Com- panies Act. 1892," that the Registered Office at

'.THE FEDERAL MUTUAL INSURANCE CM- l PANY OF AUSTRALIA. LIMITED," is situated!! at WIDOW'S FUND BUILDING, GRENtELL- 1 S1RKET, ADELAIDE, in the State of South Ans- . tralia, and is accessible to the public on all days of the week (Sundays and Public Holidays ex ceptcd), between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., except on Saturdays, when the hours are 9 a-m.

to 12 noon. 1

Dated this 27th day of August, 1915.

F. VAUGHAN DICK,

N240-8_Branch Manager.

I MRS. G. PETERSON, Orient-street. Corryton,

Keusinri.-n Gardens, wish it to be known that «orne vcar« agc I was cured of Ctrasump.ion (nulnionnrv tuberculosis), which at the time I d'd not fail to announce through your columns. Since then I have had three children. The first horn of there, however, lately showed signs of tfct. complaint. Thanks to Mr. C, Ohm, 12, Cap- per-street. Kent Tot! n. he cured raj cb. Id as he formerly cured me. N226weo:43

F

'OR Photo work of any description, or Enlarg

intr. JPhone 4248.-Gabriel. Wright-st,_N

XXTE the undersigned APOLOGISE to Mr. HER » BERT GRAY. Glenelg, for TRESPASSING

ar.d SHOOTING on his Property.

G. A. THOMPSON.

N239-40_W_-_J*_ PURDY._

OTICE OF REMOVAL.

N

e

Wc beg to notify the public and business

people in general that we have REMOVED our : j Motor and General Carryine Business from Nor- . wood to EAST-'f ERRACE. CITY, which is more ! ¿ convenient for business purposes. *

T. S. WHEELER & SON. I : 'Phone 1960. N238-40 i Í -?-- | *

fTTHK Cure of Tuhrrculnsis has now been Sue- . f J. ceflstqllv practised for a great number of t veera bv Mr. Carl Olsen, at 12, Capper-stmet.

Kent Town. S.A. It is the only cure .known. I S'ircicil oncrat'ons never cure, because the :

disease Tuberculosis is a constitutional one. AH ; Î forms of Tuberculosis have been absolutely cured j bv Mr. Olsen's Remedy. Pulmonar*. Hip, N>ck.

Foot. Arm. L;c and Spinal Tuberculosis have ¡ _ hal to vield; Kidneys. Peritoneum. Bladder, Fis-!c tula ii Anus, and also that most disfiguring and I

dis'retsinz phase of Tuberculosis, "Lupus," to- j " cether with Sculp Tuberculosis; in fact, all j Ti.bervt'lar Swellings or Ulcers, no nutter what t part of the body they occur, have been abso- , luiclv and permanently cored._i c

PAPERHANGrNG AT CHEAP RATES. À

I will Paint. Paper, and Color Ceilings of o Rooms from 16/, everything found; choice "pat- C terns of papers. Workmanship guaranteed, and " for Cash only, \pply ARTHUR BATES, Painter, { Paperhancer. Sicnwriter. and Complete House Re- V novator. Estimate? free.-43. Arthur-street, Unley si and 9, Halifax-street, Adelaide._N226eow54

ARE yon going to Build T If so, ring up W. A

BOWLER. Richmond-rd., North Richmond. B Telephone 4025. Reasonable price; guaranteed -, workmanship; start at once._ NSOwc 1

LA CROIX ROUGE. B

Donatora arc kindly requested to forward gifts

in aid of French Red Cross Art Union not later 1 than Saturday, August,28, to the May Club, J Oresham-street, c/o Alliance Française. N239-40 ti

MR G. W. HALCOMBE

(Late of Colton, Johns, 4 Halcombe),

Will in future carry on the Practice of his Pro-

fession as a

SOLICITOR - AND NOTARY,

ai

UNITY - CHAMBERS, CURRIE-STREET, ADE-

LAIDE, y

AUSTiíáL GARDENS.

Magnificent Rooms for Hire, suitable for Balli, Woildine BreaWafta. *c. Also Bedrooms to sui: bachelors. Palais de Danse for hite for Con certi. Se. Cafe open *cek days from 11 a.m. to

11 p.m._ 130eE143gc

W G. ANDREW & SON,

UNLEY-ROAD.

Furniture RemoTed and

Stored.

Cheap ratet durinr war time;

Ring up and get us to «ive yon a price, "Phone ÎSii. . Sucrose

Y<

Public Nctices.

CtHEAP _ F I S^H,

J -Hawkers. Shopkeeper».-others can obtain supplies. r ,;

Partferilars R. FBICKES^COY. Pott. _N23JM9

RABBIT TRIPPERS-WANTED TO BDYiî 1b

any quantity. FRESH SOUND RABBIT&on all ¡south Australian railways Price and partjeu» lars^apolv u _ ,.

?>210-248 JOE MOSS, », STURT STREET

COSTUMES.-Theatrical, Fancy, and Military,

for Masquerades, Operas, and Camira!» of any kind supplied on hire, also Wigs, ita, amateur societies specially catered for, correction dence invited.-J McDonald, 117. FUndaMt., .Phone l«o5 (day or night) N22*|19

\ i Legal Notices. j

TESTATE OP WILLUM EDWARDS DECEASED XLl All CRBDITORS and DEBTORS of the Estau of WILLIAM EDWARDS late of Brighton Qoirrj Propr etor di« eased are requested to forward PAtt TICULA S of a.1 CLAIMS awl DEBTS to the>» dereigned on or before SATURDAY 11th Sepien»

ber 13Io

ft

M. E* K. Scott, Citizens* Buildings, J

?n-- "'"-!] street, Adelaide,

Agent for the Eicon

King William _^treet^ Adelaide, »

F

Tin' ESTATE OF IOHN HENRY

DECEASED.

NOTIOF is hrnby ziven purtuint to "The IVufc tee Art 1S93" that all CREDITORS and «her PERSONS havinit C1_M8 unen or aguinatHiba. Es.ate of th» abo\<e-niincd IOHN HENRY LJfDO formerly of \cacia \ alley Estate n ar Cradock in the State of South Australia but late of NoHro- 4 ti the «aid State Sh enfarmcr Deceased whored it Norwood nforiEaul on the 21st day of March 191o are berebi required to send their nanvauand id Irenes with FULL P ARTICULARS . f fFe*

Cuums or Debts to the undersigned the Solicitor« or EXECUTOR TRUSiFr AND AGENCY GUM PWY Ot SOUTH AUSTRALIA LIMITED «bo« -rosier 0 office Is situated at Gruif U street iAde» laid^ in the said State Herbert Hrn'v L.m)r) of Reacia Valley near Cradock afor safd Shtepfaraer i son of the dec ased and George Frederick Bfuo» Souita o' \dclaicic aforesaid Mercantile Cierta the Srecjtora of the Will of On. sad Deceased* OV >R RI-FORF the 4th daj of OCTOBER l015kïf « vhich date die said Ex cutora will proceed to, di«« r'hnte the assets of the said dece ised am flj tha xrr*ons entitled th reto hsvine recard on!» ttt tha .launs of whirh they shall have theo had,nouée«

DateJ thU 2fitb dav o! August. 19.5 vi

GLYW. PARSONS, ti McEWIN. h

nsnranoc Chambers, km? William st. Adelaide _Solintors for the Exi cutara ~<

ÍN THE ESTATE OF WILLUM BARLOW 4lat4

of Lefevre terraoe tiurth Adelaide umba State of South Australia Barrister at law'ftD»» ceased 6J.

Pursuant to "The Trustee _' 1503 " NOÍjCB

a hereby given that ALL CREDITORS'and ether wrsons hanns CLAIMS against the _TA_ of he abovenamed deceased who died at Korti» adelaide aforesaid in the I9th day of Ajinl-. 91S <uid whose will waa proved in the 6upr,ma "?ourt of the said State on the 5th day of jaay

D15 bv John Richard Baker and Thomas O Hall.»» in Giles both of Monalta Charabera Victoria« .quare Adelaide in the said Sta.e SoUcflora re hereby required to «end FULL PARTICULAR* f their CLAIMS to the undersigned ob or Before he Hth day of OCTOBER 1915 after whick late the said Executors will be at liberty t$>di» nbute the estate of the said deceased tmoafilm larties ontitled thereto having regard only U hose claims of which they shall have had oatie* Dated the 20th dav of August, 191& fi BAKLR & BUtLOW. Monalta Chambers, »i

Victoria-square, Adelaide

232,40 Solicitors for the said Executo_

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Dogs. Cats, &c :;1

ruder this heading (if prepaid), 15 worda,Voaa

insertion. 1/, three insertions, «ya. Í

A PURE-BRED Your« Bulldog (fawn), priae ». winner (Royal Mikado) by Milestone, also * ypical White Orpington Cockerel, priae strain; h a -E. B Cox & Co . Rundle st 1. jJQ

A USTRALUN Terrier-My prize winning often, _ Lynwcod Leonora, dam manv winners, no« n season, for disposal, cheap-H. B. Gelston,

Hilton st. Hawthorn_ D

"tOLLIES-Foster Mother for Hire also several J good Collies for Sale Apply 16, Cambnilc»

, off Hackney ro._/"D_ "CHOCOLATE Pomeranian Puppy, pedigreed; J alsc sable bitch, purebred, Sell cheap - ¡rouglam. 26, Albtrt-st.. North Unley D23S-M FOR Sale, Black Miniature Pomeranian Dog Pup . pies, by Champion Petroleum, imported; iso White Dog, cheap-Tickle's Store, Knight» ridge_D238j4D,3

[.TERRETS, reliable trained workers, guaranteed C nealthy, forwarded any address South Aus« ralla.-Scarffe's Ferret Farm, South Yarra, Me« ina. D2S3w8S

T'EBRETS for Sale, cheap good, clean workers;

sen* anvubere.-S Johnston. VshbruOfc iv.«

rth Vorwood._D226w<0_

RISH Temer, young dog, big winners; als»

Puppv Dos, 2 month«, good chanco ft*

ncier -"Terrier." this office._D2<0 3__ . ALE, Pomeranian Puppies jet black, lovely * peta, peuirrecs. Collie, bitch, pritéta*«* - s. Wakeman, Eaton-st. Redfern,'' Clarence

rk._...J, P. VANTED to Buy, a Fox Terrier Dog Pup «tot»

price, "Sport," this office. * f D

DFMONSTRATIONS OF _ m

COOKING BY ELECTR CITY.

-wrm-?-'

3AV-R COOKERS

E «rTneadaroBd Thursday between s

p m and 5 p m, at the Sh 'Wrooraa of

IEWTON, MCLAREN LimitedJ

LEIGH STREBT. |

DU ARE CORU1A1 LY INVITFD. and will k4 tonuhed at the low cost of worLmg^ai d otharf

coBToaieac and attractive point» -''tutiC

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