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MISSING FRIENDS.

Under this heading (if prepaid), IS words, 'ona

insertion, 17; three inserrioaj, 2/6._ A. DUNN.-Secret.Enquiries: missing friends

traced; persons kept under surveillance; tee, from £1 1/. throughout the Commonwealth. .-77- S'ABSton-st., MelboBiM. »WMWÍÍ

AMUSEMENTS.

T .EC ÍES TITOIiX

DIRECTOR. C. 8O__SCER

LAST NIGHTS.

SPENCER'S THEATRESCOPE CO.

TÏIE MAGNIFICENT PICTURE

FIGHTING THE FLAMES,

_, COMPLETE SERIES OF THE METROPOLITAS FIRE BRIGADE OF ADELA1M,

ADELAIDE THE CITY,

T * Specially taken by Mr. Spencer.

"In the Days of. Witchcraft."

AND ALL THE LATEST AND MOST BEAUTIFUL PICTURES,

THE CHRONOMEGAPHONE. HARRY LAUDER.

POPULAR PRICES-Dress Cirel», 2/; Reserved Stalls. 1/0; Stalls, 1/; Gallery, 6d. \

Box-plan Marshalls'. Day Sales Duhst k B iven'fl. AU comreunications

C. B. WI-TTMACOTT. TrvoU Theatre.

3E3X-iT___3 s_s:_â_T_*_c_Kro- 3E_,X3SkT__S:

PIRIE-STREET. Comer HSnd marsh-square. PIRIE-STREET.

SATURDAY NIGHT, PRESENTATION OF PRIZES AVON AT RECENT CARNIVAL.

MONDAY, JULY 5, EVENING DRESS NIGHT, MONDAY, JULY 5. When no «ne is allowed on the floor except in Evening; Dress. An Enjoyable Evening under Pleasant Conditions.

MONDAY, JULY 12. , MONDAY, JULY 12.

Grand Masquerade, Fancy, and Evening Dress Carnival.

PRIZES VALUE £58. PRIZES VALUE £58.

In the list of handsome and valuable prizes are two of the latest models Free-wheel Lady, and Gent's Bicycles. Programme at Rink and C. Braúley's, Gawler-place.

Skates for Sale, Steel, Fibre, or Box Wheels.

1IST OF REDUCED SIXPENNY EDITIONS. NOW SD. PER COPY.

J "Ain't you coming back to New Hampshire?" "Bye-bye, Sailor Boy, Jack Tar;" "Back to Bal- timore," "Bullfrog and the Coon," "Bonnie Scotland" (Pianoforte solo), "Central, give me back my dime," "Coax me," "Cabin with the Ros _," "Egypt Waite," "Egypt" (song), "From your dear heart," "Farewell, my Yo-San," "Fly away, birdie," "Fishing," "Flying Arrow" (Two-step). "Good-bye, and God bless Kathleen," "Genevies-e," "Good-bye, my ladylove," "Good-bye, Sweat Marie," "I didn't think any more," "In my merrry motor car," "In the City of Sighs and Tears," "I was born in Virginia," "If the man in the Moon," I heard the voice of Jesus say," "Home- ward Bound Quadrille," "Jack Tar," "King's Messenger," "Lovely Wales" (pianoforte so'.o), "Laughing Water' (two-step), "Life of a Sailor" (descriptive), "Merrie England," "Mamma's Boy," "My lovin' Henry," "My Lily of the Valley," "Meet me in St. Louis," "My Sweet Lola," "Old Ireland" (descriptive), "Portrait on the waH," "Pansy faces," "Pal of mine." "Powder and shot" (descriptive), '.Smoky mokes." "Sammy," "Sometimes, dear heart," "Something seemed to «ay," "In shadow of the Cross," "Teasing." "Whisper my name to Nell," "Walts me round again. Willie," "When you're dreaming," "Would you care?" "Yon can't stop the Bun from shining."

The following at One Penny:-"Alice," "Crossing the bar," "Fall of Paris," "Glory soig," "God be with you till we meet again," "I think when I hfar that sweet story," "Load, kindly light," "March of the Men of Harloch," "Only tired."-COPP'S ARCADE MUSIC STORES.

152-4

PUBLIC NÖTIGES.

w

ITHOUT CHARGE.

A Talk of vital importance to Women will be given THIS AFTERNOON, at 3 o'clock, in VIA VI ROOMS. CITIZEN'S BUILDING, opposite Town Hall, King Wm.-st. Literature on application.

"T^TNTHSTREET CROSSING, BOWDEN;

A DEPUTATION will wait- on the HON. COMMISSIONER CROWN LANDS, at 11.80 a.m., on FRIDAY, July 2, 1909, on the above question, in the endeavor to obtain some protection for the travelling Public. AU interested are invited

to attend.

W. H. B. DRINC,

Mayor of Hindmarsh.

Mayor*» Parlor. June 30, 1809._18g-3

1HLE-END CROSSING.

A DEPUTATION will wait upon the Commis doner of Public Work» on FRIDAY MORNING, July 2. at II o'clock.

To present a MEMORIAL from THEBARTON and HINDMARSH CORPORATIONS and the DISTRICT COUNCILS Of WEST TORRENS and WOODVILLE supported by the ADELAIDE CORPORATION.

Petitions can be signed at Mr. W. L. Man- déis', New Thebarton; and Mr. G. McQargiU's, Mile-End, m> to 8 p.m. on Thursday.

By order,

1S2-S J. J. WHITE, Town Clerk.

rrunRD-oLASS ENGINEERS MEET TO-NIGHT. J- Important correspondence. A good at- tendance requested.-Q. WILKS, President.

Ti/TRS. ADDISON-MTLLER will hold a meeting AU. To-night for Health Diagnosis.-138, Flin dors-st._i_ SA. DRIVERS' ASSOCLVTION, ADELAIDE

. AND PORT ADELAIDE BRANCHES.-. SPECIAL MEETING, SATURDAY, July 3, at 8 p.m.. Trades Hall. Business Report of Wage Board Delegates, and to consider what action

shall be taken.

J. E?. STEPHENS, Secretary.

ADELAIDE ' DEMOCRATIC CLUB,

INCORPORATED, PITT-SI REET. : MR. W. J. DENNY, M.P..

win deliver an address' ??

ON SUNDAY EVENING. JULY 4.-7 o'clock.

Subject-THE POLITICAL CRISIS: A REPLY

TO MR. PEAKE.

Public invited.

1834 P. J. MORRISSEY, Secretary.

RETURN TICKET TO MELBOURNE and £1 per day expenses for 10 days offered to the Collector of the greatest number of BUFFALO TAGS up to December 31, 1909.

188-9 L. COHEN, Tobaecopfct. Qrenfell-street. BALDWIN'S, Foetwear Merchants. Unley-ro»d,

direct the attention of the General Public to thi>ir windows for all particulars of their New Cash System. Opea To-night and Every Night until 7, Wednesdays excepted._

CT COUNCIL OF TALUNGA. TilSTRIi

The Main North-Eastern-road, at the 22nd mile, post, near Gumeracha, will be closed to traffic, from 7 o'clock p.m.. Saturday, July 3, to Sunday evening, for. the purpose of Repairing Bridge.

182-8_W. A. LEE, Clerk.

Cookery Demonstration

AT GAS COMPANY'S OFFICE,

GRENFELL-STREET,

EVERY WEDNESDAY,

S to 4 p.m. and 7.15 to 9 p.m.

Demonstrator-MISS ROGERS, late of the Edu- cation Department, Melbourne  

ADMISSION FREE._304u»ia

DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.

NOTICE la hereby given that the partnership hitherto existing between CECIL HERBERT GOODE, THOMAS MILTON GOODE, and MAL- VERN CLIFTON, GOODE, trading as "GOODE BROS., Sheaoak Hills." Terowie, as sheepfarmcrs, has been DISSOLVED BY MUTUAL CONSENT as from 1st day of July, 1909.

All debts due to the late firm must be paid to the said Cecil Herbert' Goode at the office of King & Butt, 20, Pirie Chambers, Plrie-street, Adelaide, on or before the 31st day of July, 1909, when all liabilities due by the said firm will be paid.

Dated at Adelaide this first day of July, 1B09.

CECIL H. GOODE. T. M. GOODE. M. C. GOODE.

Witness-Harry F. King. _

OF PARTNERSHIP.

NOTICE ia hereby given that the PARTNER SHD? hitherto existing between EDWARD DAVIES. F.S.A.LA., and CHARLES WALTER RUTT, F.S.A.I.A., carrying on business as Archi- tects at 26. Currie-street, Adelaide, has been DISSOLVED by mutual consent; and that on and after the first day of July Mr. DAVIES will carry on business at Davenport Chambers, 23, Currie-street; and Mr: RUTT at Commercial Chambers, corner of Currie-street and Gilbert place.

EDWARD DAVIES.

160-7 _CHAS. W. RUTT.

STANMORE MATERNITY AND NURSING

H'.'ME.

MELBOURNE-STREET WEST, NORTH ADE-

LAIDE,

Principal-Miss Ruth Curtis (Member A.T.N.A.).

Telephone," 1,461._\_M7:U6

JTVHE CAMPAIGN AGAINST TUBERCULOSIS J- concerns e«ry individual, for each day thj world yields up 8,000, each minute two, of its people as > .'acritice to this plague. KALYRA SANATORIUM, Belair, exists for the Btndy. Pre- vention, Treatment, and Cure of Pulmonary Tuberculosis. Write for the annual report. £23 will endow a bed for three months.

THE JAMES BROWN MEMORIAL TRUST,

_INCORPORATED._173nte

NUNYARA, BELAIR.

The only Private Sanatorium in S.A. for ths Cure of Consumption in its early 6tages. Special provision for cold months; sunny aspect; com- fortable shelters; bot water radiators in rooms. Apply Medical Director. 89aiu:S3

J KITCHEN & SONS AND MARSH, LTD.,

THEBARTON.

CITY DEPOT. 67, FLINDERS-STREET.

Manufacturers of VELVET SOAP,

ELECTRINE CANDLES,

VELVET EXTRACT OF SOAP, SODA CRYSTALS. &c, 4c, Ac.

Storekeepers supplied. Telephone US.

No agency through wholesale grocer*. 60liu54

BOOKS. STATIONERY.

1) W (5 Ñ 8. A L R

NEW EDITION

ALEXANDER'S GOSPEL HYMNBOOK.

As used in the Chapman-Alexander Missions, 1909.

^Contains 16 new tunes.

Price, 1/3; posted. 1/5; Words only, 8/ dozen.'

N

METHODIST BOOK DEPOT,

110, KING WILLIAMS!. SOual«

POULTRY, DOGS, BIRDS, &c.

Under this heading (if prepaid). Vi words, one

irscrtion, 1/; three insertions, 2/6.

TTK>B Sale,, Stud Greyhounds, King Bruce, by JJ Earl of Ross, ex Shillelagh's Last; Lord Roseberry, by Earl of Ross ex Bonnie Scotland. Performances and particulars application J. Field, Fort AdtUid«.

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