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AHaSEMOMiTC.

j&BXàLURR ROYAL, i &¿-:.:::::,:.Mn^Sí:

:: MATINEE TO-DAY, MATINEE.

spoors Open at ONE O'clock; Performance atTWO.

GRANO HOLIDAY PRODUCTION' OF

GEORGE MARLOWS

N 'Powerful» Absorbing, Emotional Dramatic Purchase,

THE DRAMA OF LIFE.

'Interpreted by this Established and Favorite Coterie of Artista.

THIS AFTERNOON AT TWO.O'CLOCK.

Also THIS EVENING AND TWO NIGHTS FOLLOWING,

THE DRAMA OP LIFE.

.v 'There is such an abundance ol ment in this drama that one is at a Joss to know where lo start to praise."¿-Sydney Morning Herald.

That's.the.secret.ot its appeal to public appreciation. :- It is full-absolutely full-of attrac- tions and fascinations. '

Only Three More Perfonnancea, so avail yourselves of your chances.

SATURDAY EVENING NEXT. :. First Production in Australasia,

MARRIED TO THE WRONG MAN.'

?Popular Prices-3/, 21, and 1?; Early Doors Gallery, Gd. extra. Box-plans »t Duhst and Urea's all day. .> Business Manager, JOHN FANNING.

NEW EMPIRE THEATRE

' ' - GROTE-STREET, VICTORIA-SQUARE.

_ Sole Lessees and Proprietors, Messrs. LENNON, HYMAN, te LENNON.

PACKED AND OVERFLOWING HOUSES EVERY NIGHT. A POSITIVE SENSATION CBEATED

BY LENNON, HYMAN, & LENNON'S

' NEW EMPIRE VAUOEVlLLE ENTERTAINERS.

.FOLLOW THE CROWD. VIS IT THE EMPIRE, THEATRE,

> MATINEE TO-DAY. AT 2.30.

' " Children admitted to all parts for Sixpence. .

?GRAND HOLIDAY PROGRAMME TO-NIGHT.

» ftx* your seats early at Dohst & Bivcn's.

*. TREMENDOUS OVATION ACCO RDED OUR NEW ARTISTS.

THE MARVELLOUS TYBELLS.

Aerial, Gymnasts and Ironjaw Marvels.

' MELROSE AND MENZIES, . GERTIE JOHNS,

' Patter Comedians. ' - ;'., Charming Soubrette and Dancctfc .

Complete Change of Programme by our Great Double Company.

DENIS CARNEY. SAM GALE. TWO ROSEBUDS. « .OLGA MONTEZ. ; ??'.,-.-'.;. : LITTLE SADIE. ' JOE CHARLES.

f .WALTER WHYTE. '?/"." '?'?'.'..? TED STANLEY. *". BELLA PERMAN. ?" TESSIE DENEHY. " BRUCE DRYSDALE. CHAS. WAITE.

; MARSDEN BROTHERS, FRANK KING,

Athletes and Equilibrists. Eminent Actor-Vocalist. Our Special Feature-New Moving Pictures by the Great MIORAMA.

8 HOURS SPORTS

JUBILEE EXHIBITION.

1 / - - "* ' ' " TO-DAY, at 10 o'clock.

-". "~ - PROCESSION FROM TRADES HALL AT 10 O'CLOCK. TEN BANDS.

AMUSEMENTS FOR YOUNG AND OLD.

MILITARY SPORTS, ATHLETIC EVEXTS, GYMNASTIC DISPLAYS, HALF , l MLLE AND MILE CYCLE RACES, GOAT RACES, SCHOOL BAND COMPETI-

TIONS.

» - HOT WATER PROVIDED FREE.

' ' R. LEITCH, of Narracoorte, will attempt to lower the 10. mue Running Record of

* - " > ' Australia.

< -¡ADMISSION, ONE SHTLLINGi GRAND STAND, 6d.; CHILDREN, HALF-PRICE. ' ,, By arrangement with -. '

MR. HARRY RICKARDS**

TIVOLI ARTISTS AND MOVING PICTURES. . *. ' THE LENTON TRIO OF ACROBATS.

THE SISTERS COLLIER.

WILL JAMES, -ENGLAND'S GREAT BANJOIST.

\' , EXHIBITION BUILDING TO-NIGHT.

. " 'Prices to all parts, ONE SHLLIJiNG; Children, Half-price.

,« . \ / ' T. B MERRY, Secretary.

:.s~^.j".o: E A O E s.

,;'"':,.. MORPHETTVILLE.

\" } ill" , DERBY DAY. ""' STEEPLE DAY.

, * '^WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER. 1. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4.

. -J . - - FIRST RACE STARTS AT 1.30 -P.M.

- \ ' ' x (Sec Sporting Column.) *

'-,'-.. - - A, Q^WHTTTNGTON, Secretary.

^xrjDa" x. xa 3T o x *F far H-Ä-X-X

-; TO-NIGHT. ' TO-3SÏGHT.V.

*'x¿¿£!!u. ^JMulüQpQLß . Picnic, r

' <T*W^'Seats at" IA 400'' at M., Dress Circle 2/.

» P;:0 R. T/TuO W ÏNT v HALL

r',f/ ,' ' TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT.

kÄGAÜMONTS LIVING PICTURES.

. } -t* - J -Sensational, Colored, Furiously Funny, Pathetic, and Dramatic,

* '""-""¿. - Interspersed throughout the whole Series- with Quaint and Appropriate Music by

\ .,- " ,._>'* AUDLEY^ PROFESSIONAL MEDLEY ORCHESTRA. "-',?*" ' - " A BRILLIANT PICTORL\L AND MUSICAL ÎREAT.

¡NOßWOOÖ TOWN HALL

' *" ';" ~ TO-NIGHT. - l- \ (Under Distinguished Patronage.) , . TO-NIGHT. ' ^'°'-Î-, STUPENDOUS HOLIDAY ATTRACTION, >

>\i PÁTHFS. PARIS PICTURES.

y,-.i-i ' THE ACME OF CTNEMATOGRAPHr.

V " "* Hçlidfcjt Ptícís»-l/»3, 1/^ s»d"Sixpence. ' Every Picture New, * T

%%$ÍÍXOUJ>¿Í: VtfNIGHT, V '.; SEPTEMBER ''"'-, '? i-, aa:*M^^n.-v-^i-r-'^-JL-:";"'.»? v^-' >'.'"-?' |T%^&&¿?9"ra^*B"*^^

r.' ^¡¿TU^:^TERTAimiESTEr AID OF BRÄS3

%f'ä^i* "JCÏdVêr Gard ' Family, -Vocalista and ' Inetrü-:

.. S mcoitïliBtç. niumimtcd Club», by . Ees-' Judd,: Aíí'Clíairinioaíot- Australia. '?:.The. ; WiuUcriaLhjMniag' .%àSkêtchcArtists.t'(3l)àrac^

.í¿;g¡:BéVB'í Parham.: .;Rá&'.''vBécÍteTÍ; ;S v-T*Je'y. Humorous" .;a;i.a^M^?(MeOi^,it!.ScSee;-'W..-Kroemer,AF. Bar ->^':»tt.*i*nd.Gray:;-;.Sand,Selections.':v' .;? ?->. " ?;-:

?^^iÉx^Áaa. y ENTÍ^AINMENÍVI & . T^etó, 1/

í-Uf.-4.èadiiï'r Entertainment'only; cod. f,::'. ,

^|>¿^íá^^^T3íi^I¿:E<T ?Vf-"-B-R-A<-'lï C-H.

.C;>.r^lO&%:TO3A<GRr^.'8,0'?9SOCSi UNLEY CTTY

;^HÄlä6jEUCHRE TOURNAMENTAND-DANCE. ¿ç..'Î';-ii>.ïoln the.'AIN:A.!¡ the:Liberal.!.;and . Progressive .^?*'HIrfdtf;SocIety.-i Benefit. members accepted from ;¿^M^W 40 yeäiB. oï/. age,'.*. Entrance .fees :nomInal. - ,=;. Qmiilbutions according to agei at -time of,' entry, &t;{}timc3â.-.per"weeki* Obtain full partTqilara-from

'00.^:^&VALCOSMK:mW^>',?' ''??? - >'

fôj"'-'''i;,;*"«'?r? .'?? '?:'.'r-JK^V sy=s>r: '-? Secretary, Unley-róod..,

.V/<rJ"lJ5ÎOyV-:i;ïN-:0>.-V'-jSvi'.*'--'-p-I.'C TÏÏEE8.

.i:%s JMÍ^TO'EIGHTAàTï?T0-MORROW NIGHT. ,

'." ?^^"""'iÇVK Splendid viUustrated-rSorige::".*-iX.??' " ' ; ^.^¿?feSALVATlON: AiWYy SOB.WOOD.

ADAM. B.A.T.D.

? ""^\£Advanced\Class\meeta??-TO-NIGHT¿as usual, ^C6^àp^^véJ/Hàir-.(atiictly'';pri'Fatè)...''-.-.'";,' .. W i*S TpjECHABITE:?:?HALLV "Grore-street;- Adelaide K; V lOJij'Social ; and ;Dancé.Ífó.nfghfc Mr. Geo. > Dew, "ítfí linaieiaii;- Jas.'-.-A£ Deane.i U.C.; ' -:- "<'?---??-'-.v'."--1 ??«.:'

Vf T\SÜ1DS*I? HALL, \ WALKERVILLE.-B.Q:0. :.-.:,l^*>DANCE -TO-NIGHT. Lidies' .Pound' Night, 1¡ .>"y«w3gi> September i 8.^J. Bennett^ M.C. ? : !¿"--.:'/7ÍOME alongrand-have a good .Dance at Hanson *tt:'i', J-«i ^street Hali;.; To-Night (Eight .Hours Night). ;-..>. Genty,J/;?Ladies 6d.^-Loo: Benisch," M.C.

S£i1?ICHMOND¿ DEMOCRATIC' HALL.-Social; and ^;ï^*^;a^ance;To:n^tyiA:;'JNo.SociaI Monday. ?

^'f^nÖBEAT CHURCH OF ENGLAND SOCIAL, ^ífSíAí'iixiúji'^Jaiih.éCitj; and Sutarban..Pariahes, «:'^wIU--táké?%lace^f>-^?>^^i;ri:'V^-.tf^.'..-í^^.v^ :;; ^¿*y-*uVori:-MONDAY^Septembeg?6; at" 8' o'clock,- . fe\ ;" lil ^EXHIBITION BUILDING. 1,000 People expected. "i"?ftsJKcï<!t»i?l/.-each, cin.be obtained, from the Local ii''-Clwiêyi. Wardens, Committee Members, and.Church ¡l;'v>^oe;*i^4fc;Al^

.H/ífcnKiCathéoial Quartet,Hyde Park Eyrie Ofches <fo"'traA'St.' -Andrew's Guild, of BeUringers. Caterer», ~&&'Jte«»BrickneU & Co. , ...' 226,37,40,4._

&$'¥¥*? O - W "N .-'-.'. H . A-' ;L.1'..L. ^glf J. -'FEIDATv SEPTEMBER 10; at:8' o'clock: " fv-y'.Uiider the patronage and in the presence of Hij h»ï Worship the Mayor '(F. ",Johnson, ' Esq.), the ;';'?¥$.'»ivorcas; Aldermen, and Councillor». '-..

? ';,;??? -»POPttLAK OKOAN; RECITAI» AND CONOEBT, VX;Hö"i>::.-..v-- . '-Bv'MrV.W, RV KNOX,'-'.. " .

S v <? ; "'"Leading Tocalbt«t. Mr., Stanley Baino», -FlaorJsfc K7;:'iïAdmih8ioiiV2/; l/,:and Cd,-'^ Bôx-plan at Caw .ifeK^äfome's. :Tîcket3 obtained1 at C-Kellett's, O'Con iv.'/f aell-street,'. North: Adelaide; A. 8. Doolette, Unley ,;^i-:.j)äad,; and F. Page's, Parade.'Norwood. .????:?

^^a:'; :- Ev A;-and PERCY KNOX,.Manager».

- rrVAKCDIG, «, Cnrrfe-etreet.-Mrs. W. A. ' MA. WOOD'S 23rd ANNUAI. PLAIN, EVENING,

iand FANCY DRESS BALL, TUESDAY, September, ?SU Tickets, 4/ double, 2/6 gingie. Pupils* tickets jfroniiMra. Wocd..'..^ .. .'-. ... ' '. '?..??? i ;.;'-Tvä and Dance Next . Saturday, September 4,

'All Classes as usual. Send for prospectus. .

*' nt/nSS K.' CAMPBELL, Teacher Piano, Violin, U.U. Viola, Harp, Mandoline, Singtns, «ml Xheoiy. Term« commencing- any time.- Fee, from £1 1/'.

First-class music supplied for «11 occasion»., . ¡ ::, Addrcsa, Bl, FranMin-street. " ' 2j0wl328 .' I

"^^?:v!r^dnctító^itt.';Pricés:: :; :aÍSÉÍ?';í''í'''í.'a"' 'A^tü^^^CWMren...-/

^-?^jE3Éff'í&i&¥^6o»ÍtJc^S. .'*1^Äsiil-"!^Pf???Çr:^^^.,? .P1*'^*0^»"-."*?

S--f^ASWOÓ^l'Ár^

$;..-;{W on ¿le*,'aUithe latest;se»sal&h3 of the dar,

'': - BWfiV fe^rangei3:.andOThmaflls^Aamisaio^Cd;

.uô'Vr.ï*!.- .i.-.-.".V-li.;v..";L;'-.'inii:'.«V:'?'i'î:tîL.T !¡'',-,'iS"**'

. ZOOLOGICAL GAEDEÜFS.

x "GATEST ADDITIONS. -

POLAR BEARS AND RHEAS.

The ZOO is TtfO MINUTES" WALE FROM

WALKERVILLE TRAM.

Open DAILY from 9a.m.; SUNDAYS, IO to 5

KSnaic

1TÉS A TURKISH, BATH.

for Rheumatism, Lumbago, Colds; a good sweat Will invigorate you; fîrat-class attendants. Open daily. Single Bath, 3/; 8 Tickets, £1. Ladies" day every Thursday. Sunday mornings for Gents, £/. Clean Hot Baths, 1/ each, all hours.

212,4,8

- SPORTING.

QOUTH AUSTBALLAN JOCKET CLUB.

SPRING MEETING, ISO»,

.'To bp heW on the.

MOltPHETTVTLLE RACECOURSE

-on ,.

WEDNESDAY, I SATURDAY, .September 1. f September 4.

Under the Distinguished Patronage and in the

Presence tf His Excellency Admiral Sir Day Hort Bosanquet, G.C.V.O., K.C.B., Lady Bosan- quet, the Misses Bosanquet, and Suite. ;

STEWARDS.

John Barker. . Hon. Sir J. L. Stirlin-f Hon. W. B Hourmell I Kt,, PL.C.

"William Pile IT. E. Barr Smitii. -* S_ J. Jacobs. I R M. .Hawker.

JUDGE-Harold Bickford. STARTER-N. Campbell.

HANDICAPPER-H. Hugi.es.

HON. TMfcKEEEER-J. F. Monten.

tPJiOGBAMME.

DERBY DAT-WEDNESDAY, SEPT. JL.'

At 130 p m.- Trial Stakes. * , At 2.15 p'nr.-First Hurdle Häoe. * At S-pjfu>-ST A.'DERBY*

At 3.45 p m.-Glenelg Handicap.

At 4.30 p m.-MORPHETTVILLE PLATE; At 5.15 pin.-Sturt Handicap.

'STEEPLECHASE 'DAY^SATURQAT; SEPÏ. 4,

At 1.30 p.m.-We'ter Handicap.

At 2.15 p.m.-S'cond Hurdle Race. At S pm.-SPBING HANDICAP.

At 3.46 p.m.-HANDICAP STEEPLECHASE. At 4 30 p.m.-Brighton Stakes.

At 5.15 p.m.-Plympton Handicap.

RA.J.C. Rules and By-laws strictly enforced.

O-I TOTALIZATOR. CLf

SPECLAL 5/ SECTION for Ladies only in Grand

Stnr.d.

DIVIDENDS Paid cn FIRST and SECOND Horses

when Ten or more-Start in any Race.

irNClIEON. AFTERNOON TEA. LOCO. BANDI

E3ÍCURSION FARES on Railways. Special frains to anJ from Course at short intervals; '

CHARGES ¿ÏTADMISSIOÎT. ',

Grand Stand 10/; Children under 12 (in charge of parents or guar-lians), 2/6, Saddling Enclosure", 2/fi e*tra to Non members; Dmers of Vehicle« to Outer Carriage Paddock, 5/; Totalizator Stand ard Enclosure, 2/1; Vehicles, 2/6; The Flat. 1/; Vehicles, li. MEMBERS' LADIES* TICKETS (NOT COUPONS ONLY) must be presented at

Gates.

ALL TICKETS are issued under and subject ta the fconditions "endorsed thcrton, and must be worn so. as to be plainly visible to the offldals of the club, who miy demand production of same.

JOLNT TICKETS FOR

GRAND STAND AND RAIL. 11/ff TOTALIZATOR STAND AND RAIL . 3/6

THE FLAT AND RA1I». 2/

Obtainable at Railwaystation».

,ALL ADMISSION and TOTALIZATOR, TICKETS issued o» September I are dated August 28»

issue» u» tf ^ 0 ^JJJJÜÍGTON, Secretarr.

A

DE&AIHE HU**fI ClrlJB. HOUNDS MEET TO-DAY (Wednesday), Sep- tember Ï, at PARINGA HALLr CJ^M*ELG^ at 0.30 sum., and* run to the Flagstaff.

' A* JAVQVXQSL Secrelarsv

AMBSHIEMTft.

TIVOLI THEATRE.

Telephone No. 1,634.

Sole Lessee and Manager . Mr. HARRY RICKARDS Treasurer.Percy ¡ F. Crawford Business Manager.M. Marcus.

GRAND HOLIDAY MATINEE TO-DAY, AT 2.30.

The Great, the only

CHUNG LING SOO,

in his Complete Programme as at Night.

Children, Half-price to all Parts.

Doora open at 1.30, Commence at 2.30.

THIS AFTERNOON. AT 2.30. THIS EVENING. AT 8.

THE TALK OF ADELAIDE. THE TALK O F MELBOURNE. THE TALK OF SYDNEY. ;-THE TALK IN THE TRAINS. THE TALK Di THE CARS. '-THE TALK IN THE CHURCHES. THE TALK IN THE SCHOOLS.

-THE TALK EVERYWHERE.

THE FAMOUS CHINESE HACICIAN

CHUNG LING SOO,

whose marvelloug performance nightly creates scenes of the most profound enthusiasm,

"We give you the Best Only.

AS THE BEST IS NOT TOO GOOD FOR YOU.

AT MR. R. H. DOUGLASS, SS

MACKINNON'S . MISS

SCOTTISH MEISTERS, FANNIE HALLE, *

the Brilliant Highland Glee Singers and Humorists. Ladder Expert and Equilibrist«.

THE TWO COLLIERS, THE LENTON TRIO, WILL. JAMES, &c.

PRICES DURING THE CHUNG LING SOO SEASON- Orch. Stalls, 4/; Balcony and Back Stalls, 3/; Gallery, 2/; after 7.50, 1/. Box-plan To-dav, Duhst & Bhen's only.

RESERVED SEATHOLDERS ARE RESPECTFULLY REQUESTED TO ENTER BY THE

PIRIE-STREET ENTRANCE.

AMY CASTLES' BOX-PLANS WILL BE OPENED AT

MARSHALLS'TO-MORROW (Thursday) MORNING,at 10 am.

T O W N HALL.!Untkr Du*?cti<H» °*.J- & ». T^11'

Tuesday, 7th, Thursday, 9th, Saturday, 11th September.

IK MISS

AMY CASTLES

THE AUSTRALIAN JENNY LIND.

HOW Singing in Melbourne to Enormous Audiences and achieving an Unparalleled Artistic Success.

SUPPORTING ARTISTS:

Mr. ANDERSON NICOL, the Eminent English Tenor.

MB, VICTOR BUSST, Pianist. MASTER ADRIAN AMADIO, Flautist.

And the Famous South Australian Basso.

MR. PETER DAWSON,

lrithout asy doubt the Finest Male Voice Simrcr that Australia has yet produced.

BOX-PLANS will be opened at Marshall & Sons' TO-MORROW (Thursday) Morning, at 10 a.m.

Reserved Seats, S/. Country patrois may reserve their Seats by post, remittances, with stamped, addressed envelope for reply to be sent to Box Office.

Prices-(Reserved) 6/, 4/, 3/, and 2/.

TAITS PICTURES (SHOW WEEK), FEW NIGHTS ONLY, COMMENCING MONDAY, SEPTEM-

BER 13.

ELITE SKA.TISTG JEfcXEffjaC

PIRIE-STREET-CORNER HIND MARSH-SQUARE-PIRIE-STREET.

Prices of Admission To-day-Morning, 10 to 12, 64, floorage 6d.; Afternoon, 2.30 to 5, 1/;

Evening, 7.30 to 10, 1/.

TONIGHT. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. '

GRAND SPORTS NIGHT.

i *?

Exhilarating. Inter csting. Amusing.

THE £10 NOVICE HANDICAP^-Heats and Final To-night. Also MILE CHAMPION'SHD?, FOR £5 5/ AND "ELITE GOLD MEDAL. A Strenuous Record-lreaking Struggle. ^

Speedy Sprints, Flying Flits. Thrilling Dashes.

TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. . ' O. BRADLEY, Proprietor. ' H. H. WHEELHOUSE, Manager.

GOLDEN GATE HALL, GROTE-STÄEST,

' W. H. BRUCE'S

"' COMPETITIONS,' PICTURES. AND ENTERTAINERS. .

SPECIAL.HOLIDAY PROGRAMME TO-NIGHT.

-. ' First Appearance in Adelaide of Firn: Appearance in Adelaide of

HARRY FLEET. , JOE WALLACE,

" Brilliant Baritone. Eccentric Comedian.

, Continued Success of

THE PH0T0R0T0SC0PE.

GEO: HATHERLY, LEON KEITH,

Deceptionist. , Comedian.

« COMPETITIONS.-Hie, following Competitors have been selected for To-night:-Misses Harris, "West, Hart. Yarro, Kempk, and Master Fred Russell* Prjze, Gold Medal. Competitors need not necessarily repeat old turn. .Prices-1/ and 6d. No childen admitted with shop tickets.

Films for Sale or Hire. *

\ . MATINEE THIS AFTERNOON, AT £30. - > _ 121c

TO-NIGHT, TO-NIGHT,

' ; SCOTT AND BERESFORD DRAMATIC COMPANY,

In "THE SOLDIER'S SECRET." POPULAR PRICES-2/ and 1/.

NORWOOD SKATING RINK,

ACADEMY OF MUSIC, KENSINGTON-TERRACE.

GRAND FRUIT, FLOWER, AND VEGETABLE CARNIVAL.

WEDNESDAY, September 8. Handsome Prizes.

'PROGRAMME.-1. General Skating till S pin. 2. Prettiest Display..of Flowers, Lady or Gent. St Most Handsome Costume, Lady or Gent. 4. Prettiest Display of Fruit, Lady or Gent. 5. General Skating; 6. Grand March. 7. Best Representation of any Fruit. Flower, or Vegetable, Lady or Gent. S. Best Pair of Waltzera, 9. < General Skating, io. Best Fancv Costume, Lady or Gent General Skating till 10.30 p.m. A. S. BELCHER, Proprietor. , '

"Admission; 6d. Skates, 1/. Doors open 7.30. H. RANKINE, Manager.

i SPORTEMa.

PORT ADELAIDE RACING

CLUB,

LIMITED.

"SPRING MEETING,

EATUKDAY, SEPTEMBER IT, 1909.

, DOMINATIONS

- for

jTrial Stakes (Handicap), 75 sovs., six furlongs. Handicap Hurdle Race, 100 sovs., about two miles. > , > i

Spring Handicap, of 150 sovs., about one mile and a furlong and 40 yards.

»Juvenile Handicap, of 125 sovs., about four furlongs. ,

" Handicap Steeplechase, of 100 ÏOVS., about two miles and three furlongs.

Flying Handicap, of 115 SOTS., five furlongs; .Welter Handicap, 100 EO\S., one mile.

CLOSE

at Gordon's Agency, Adelaide, up to 4 p.m.; or at Club's Office, Divett-street, Port Adelaide, up to 6 p.m.,

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2.

Nomination-'Fee. Ten Shillings each.

243-4 ? T. W. TUXFORD, Secretary.

FOOTBALL NOTICE».

¡A,

D E L A I D E OVAL.

GRAND SEMI-FTNAL MATCH.

WEST -ADELAIDE WEST TORRENS.

MILITARY BAND IN ATTENDANCE.

Umpires-Central, P. Kneebone; Boundary Harold Reynolds and Quinn,

Ground, 6d.; Reserves, 6d. «tra.

B*. F. C. SULLIVAN, Secretary.

ADELAID.E OVAL.

FOOTBALL.

TO-DAY (WEDNESDAY), at 9.45.

GAWLER ASSOCIATION

versus

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATION.

Admission. 6d., Full Members Stand excepted.

J. A. RILEY, Secretary.

MUNICIPAL ELECTION NOTICES.

T

OWN OF HINLMARBH.

EXTRAORDINARY ELECTION.

NOnCE is hereby given that NOMINATIONS to AU the position of COUNCILLOR 1'OR BOWDEN WARD, rendered vacant by the death of the late Councillor H. W. James, will be received up till noon on SATURO VY. September 4, 180i.

NOTE-Nominations must be lodged in the Of- fice of the Town Clerk before the hour stated, and should more Candidates be nominated than arc required to be tlected, all further proceedings will, be adjojrned Uitil Saturday," September 11, 1009 and public notice thereof given.

Returning-Offlcer, the, Major (Mr. W. H<- H. Dring, Esq., J.P.). ,

By order,

T. J. BISHOP Town Clerk.. Town Clerk's Office, august 25, 19C9. ^

BENEFIT SOCIETIES.

Ancient Order of Foresters I Friendly Society.

? Fund« Consolidated. Uniform rate of Sick Pay to

every Member of the Order. £1 per week.

- ? Branches aU over the State,

Entrance lee, all ages, only 2/6. Contributions, l8 to 24 ONE SHILLING per week. Graduated «cale above that age. Total Funds, £138,886.

H. BRUNELL. District Secretary,

IBShre 68. Waymonth-street. Adelaide.

SONS OF TEMPERANCE

FRIENDLY SOCIETY.

' This Society has 19/6 Assets to every 20/ Liabili- ties, and Funds north £23 17/5 per member; The financial position, as disclosed in the valua- tion, is highly satisfactory. Vida Public Actuary'« last report. Entrance fee, all ages, 2/6; contri- butions, 1/ per week, from l8 to 25 years; abor* that age, graduated scale of payments; Benefits Doctor and medicine, rick-pay 20/ per week; at death of member, £20 to £40; of member's wife, £12, if registered. Adult Female ad Juvenile tranches are connected with this Order.

JP. H. WINTON. GA, Flinderwtreet, Adelaide.

UiMiSS

PUBLIC NOTICES. -

G

ITY OF ADELAIDE. THE EIGHT HOURS CELEBRATION UNION has permission to hold a STREET iPROCESSION on September 1st, starting' from the Trades Hall, Grote-street, at 10 a.m., and proceeding south to the Supreme Court, thence along Yictoria square. King William, Currie, Morphett, Hindley, and Rundle streets to East-terrace, and thence to the Exhibition Grounds.'

THE DISTRIBUTION OF HANDBILLS IN THE. STREETS WILL NOT BE PERMITTED. .

T. GEO. ELLERY, Town Clerk. Town Hall, Adelaide, 31st August, 1009.

ITY" 'OF- ADELAIDE.

c

THE SOUTH1 AUSTRALIAN CHRISTIAN EN- DEAVOR UNION has permission to 'hold

STREET PROCESSION on September 1st, starting from National Memorial Statue, North-tfrrace, at 7 p.m.. and proceeding, to-and'along .King Wil- liam, Grote, Gouger. King William, and Flinders

streets.

T GEO. ELLERY, Town Cleric Town Hall. Adelaide, 31st August, 1900.

T7»EDERATED SAWMILLS AND TIMBER X! YARDS ASSOCIATION. .

Members assemble TRADES HALL, September 1. 9.30 a,m. Badge» at starting point.

243-4_J. EMLYN ROBINSON, Secretary.

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND IRON-

WORKERS' ASSOCIATION. ,

. Members meet front PARLLVMENT HOUSE, North-terrace, September 1, 9 a m., meet Gawler Branch. Badge! at starting point. *?

243-4_J. EMLYN ROBINSON, Secretary.

FEDERATED .CANDLE, SOAP, AND STARCH

ASSOCIATION.

Members meet TRADES HALL. September 1, at 9.30 a.m. Badges from marshal.

243-4 J. EMLYN ROBINSON, Secretary.

PERATIVE PLUMBERS AND GALVANIZED

LRONWORKERS.

Members meet TRADES . HALL, September 1, 9.30 a.m. Badges and Medallions from marshal.

243-4 J. EMLYN ROBINSON, Secretary._ 8 HOURS' CELEBRATION."-A Splendid View

from YORK HOTEL BALCONY OF PROCES- SION DOWN BUNDLE-STREET, Wednesday, September 1. Apply early. Admi.-tion Cd.

2Î3/4_ Apply York Hotel Laborers.

TYPOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY.

O

s.

MEMBERS requested to MEET at Trades Hall, 9.45 THIS MORNING, to take part in "EIGHT HOURS PROCESSION.

Record attendance expected.

_W. C. MELBOURNE. Secretary;

AUSTRALIAN SADDLERY TRADES EM-

PLOYES' FEDERA1ION-S.A. BRANCH.

Members requested to assemble Trades Hall, Sep- tember 1. 9.30, to join in Eight Hour3 Celebration Procession. A full attendance requested; Badges

avouable.

_ WM. FORRESTAL, Secretary.

"CTEDERATED ENGINEDRIVERS' AND ÏTBE ?E MEN'S ASSOCUTION.

Enginedrivers and Firemen meet Trades HaU, 9.30 a.m., to take part in the Procession.

_ J. DUNSTAN, Secretary.

r\PERATIVE JOURNEYMAN PLASTERERS'

yj , SOCIETY.

ALL MEMBERS are requested to WALK IN PROCESSION. No. L Meet at Trades Hall at 9.30 a.m. New Badges- available.-H. SANDLRS, Secretary.- _

TRAMWAY EMPLOYES:

8 Hours Procession.

ALL TRAMWAY EMPLOYES are cordially IN- VITED to JOIN IN THE PROCESSION TO-MOR- ROW (Wednesday), leaving the Trades Hall at

10 a-m. Look for No. 14 in Procession.

Next General, WEDNESDAY, September 8, No. 5 Room, basement. Trades Hall.

_T. H. SMEATON, President.

STANMORE MATERNITY AND NURSING

HOME,

MELBOURNE-STREET WEST. NORTH ADE-

LAIDE.

Principal-Mist Ruth Curtis (Member A.T.N.A.). Telephone 1,461. _147:146

RS. ADDISON MILLER will hold a Meeting TO-NIGHT for Psychonictrical Readings, 133; FlindfrB-st., over Music Shop, 8. Silver coin.

Cookery Demonstration

AT GAS COMPANY'S OFFICE,

GRENFELL-STREET,

EYERY WEDNESDAY,

S to 4 p.m. and 7.15 to » p.m.

Demonstrator-MISS BOGERS, late of the Eda. cation Department. Melbourne.

_ADMISSION" FREE. aM*aie

AWLER-PÜACE. only Address '""pt the. FRANK.'A. McNEHIi NEW PHOTO. STUDIOS:

u-fc-su

AMOSEKtENTS.

T O IS®" S3" 3EÏ .A. X- ^a

Under Direction of.». Mr. T. J. West.

MATINEE, THIS AFTERNOON, AT 2.30.

THIS AND EVERY EVENING, AT 8 O'CLOCK.

Ä WESTS PICTURES «ffS»'

THE PRE-EMINENT AND INCOMPARABLE.

OVERTURES AND INCIDENTAL MUSIC BY

L. DE GROEN'S VICEREGAL ORCHESTRA.

WESFS POPULAR PRICES-2/, 1/6, 1/, and 6d.

Children Half-price to all parts except Gallery. Box-plan and Dav Sale at Duhst & Biven'.g. No Early Doors. No Booking Fee. FRED. MARSH. Manag«.

HINDLEY-STREET (LATE SKATING RINK).

Return of West's Pictures, Monday Evening, September 6.

THE BIGGEST ATTRACTION THIS EVENING WILL BE THE KECIJUJ OF RALPH CONNOR'S

CHARMLN G STORY,

T XX X3 S 13Z "ST FIIiO T

BY

MR. EDWARD REEVES,

IN VICTORIA YMCA H4LL, 8PM

The lost art of story telling revived A two hours' recital of thnllinj: interest. Solos by Mr WALTER J. WOODS (by perm ssion Elder Conservatorium)

Box plan open This Day at Y.M.C.A. Office, 9 a m to noon. Tickets-ONE SHILLING. Re-

serve, Cd. extra.

Y.M.C.A. Buffet will be open to Members and Friends, from 5pm to 1 p rat

MAGILL BIG ANNUAL FAIR

Di AID OF INSTlfUTE

To be Opened by LADY BOSANQUET in

WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 1st, at 3 p.m. (PUBLIC HOLIDAY),

And CONTINUED ON THURSDAY, September 2, from S to 5 and 1 to 10 p m

All the usual Stalls and a number of new attractions, including Hat Trimming with natural Flowers for Ladies, Bachelors* Lunch Baskets, &c

"VOTE -Viator^ to the Hills can obtain afternoon Tea and Ri freshments without entering; main Hall. Punch and Judy Show. Admission-S»i.peRec each Session, Children, Half-price.

240,4 , K. WADMORE, Hon. Sec.

" PARKSIDE AND EASTWOOD INSTITUTE.

HOLIDAY ATTRACTION. NOVELTY STARS AND PICTURES.

Including "MUIRHEAD and GRUNEKLEB, SYLVO, HARRY BECK; KITTY VANDOME, CHARD SISTERS, JOE BATES. NELLIE ROWE, KOCH TRE-

LOAR.

Front Seats, 1/; Back Seats, 6d.

PUBLIC NOTICE«.

rrj«

HE MUNICIPAL TRAMWAYS TRUST,

ADELAIDE

SPECIAL NOTICE TO PASSENGERS ON THE

MARRYATVILLE LINE.

ALTERATION OF SECTION.

On and alter THURSDAY? the 2nd September, and until further notice,, the Sections on the aboie line will he as under,:

City Term. (Wakcfiéld-strcet) and Britannia

Hotel .. ..'.".. Id. Britannia Hotel and George-street.Id. George-êtreet and Marryatville Terminus .... Id.

By order,

W. G. T. GOODMAN,

Chief Engineer and General Manager 8, King William street, Adelaide, 31/8/03.

s.

A. LIQUOR TRADE EMPLOYES* UNION. ALL MEMBERS are SUMMONED to attend MEETING, TRADES. HAIL,''THURSDAY EVEN- ING, 8 p.m.

Business--Re 'Appointment of Permanent Secre- tary, i

244-fi F. M. STANDISH, Secretary.

"OOULS and Spirits."-Mr. Philip 0. Hoare C5 Lectures oa Thursday- e\eniñg, Rechabite Hall. > ' ' -"' Á-~- "?» . -' J. _

HIGHER Thought.-Classes i now "forming for

' development of Thought Power.-Philip O. Hoare. Globe Clharnbers^Crbte-strcet. _ SMARTEST Govns and HatsrTnade during lc'toni

,at Miss'Colquhoun*» College. 14. Franklin Bt,i almost next G.F.Ot.t"[nsr)eçtion invited.

'?à ?> 226WÍ44

-r-g-í-f

J KITCHEN & SONS JtN» MARSH, LTD.,

THEHMfTÔN, . ' J_- CITY DEPOT, 67, FIíI^ÍDERS-STREET,

Manufacturers of VELVET SOAP, *""<

ELECTKINE CANDLES.

VELVET -EXTRACT OF SOAP, ?". SODA CRYSTALS,. Se., ire., be;

Storekeepnrs/£UDl|lied. Telephone 212.

Kb agency, through wholesale grocers. 60alu56

I.BERT GRAHAM, of 'Thebarton, and c/o E. T.

» Fisher, was not the Bert Graham who waa charged with drunkenness, ,

THE Bert Graham charged at the Police Court,

. /Adelaide, for drunkenness and using bad language, on August 30. is not the Bert Graham, 165, Gilbert-street,'" car of- Robinson's Boot Store, Gougor-street. ' t" 244

rOAVING Purchased the Business carried on by J-l Mr. W.i Nichol, of Mile-End, I intend to con- duct same as General' Grocery and Hardware Store, Produce a speciality. All ¿roods City Prices. Fabiilics waited on. Satisfaction guaranteed. CARL BAUM, Henley Beach-road, Mile-End. late of Broken Hill. -. - ?> ' 244,7,51

T"\7* F. ROBERTS & CO., LIMITED. TO THE REGISTRAR OF COMPANIES, SOUTH

AUSTRALIA, AND TO ALL OTHERS WHOM IT

MAY CONCERN. '.

NOTICE is hereby given' pursuant to "The Com- panies -Act îf92" that the ResMered Office of "AV. F. ROBERTS & CO. LIMITED" is situated at Number 72 PHtlE-STREET ADELAIDE in the St".te of South Australia and is accessible to the public on all weèk days bmveen the hours Of 10 a-m. and 1 p.m. and on Saturdays between the hours of-10 a.m. and 12 noon (public holidays al wavs excepted)

Dated this 31¿t »lay of August 1909

HERBKRT SOLOMON '

Grenfell-slreCt Adelaide

Solicitor ti, the abovenamed Company.

NUNYARA, BELAIR.

Tba only Private Sanatorium in S.A. for the Cure of Consumption in its early stages. Special provision for cold months; sunny aspect; com- fortable shelters; hot water radiators in rooms, apply Medical Director. S9aiu:38

"VTOTICE is hereby given ihat the underagned iN GEORGE HENRY MICHELL, SENIOR, has RETIRED Jrom th* PARTKEUSHD? formerly sub- sisting between lix, the undersigned-, in the busi- ness of W-.nlscourers, under the name of G. H. MICHELL fe SONS" ' *

AU Debts due to the late firm will be pay- able to and all Dtbts due hy the late firm will be diseharsryd bv, us, the undersigned. George Henry Mich«ll, Junior, Edgar Michell, and James Alfred Michell, who will continue to carry on the business at Hindmarsh, under the style of ..G. H. MICHELL & SONS."

Dated this 30th day of August JP09. »

G. H. MICHELL.

G. II. MICHELL. Jim. KDIÍAR MlCHFLL, j; A. MICHELL.

Witness-P. M. Newland, solicitor, Adelaide.

214-5

PERSONS are cautioned against cashing cheque

for £3 drawn by Annie A. Joyner, on Bank of Adelaide, payable to No. 4S5. Payment stopped. Finder rewarded. . _

?VTOTICE is hereby given that the PARTNER i> SHIP-hitherto subsistiría batwen Algernon Hugh Aldersev John Sexton Cifasy and Charles Henry Ecaumont trading sa "ALDERSEY CREASY AND BEAUMONT" at Alfred Chambers Currie strtet Adelaide as Land and Estate Agents has been DISSOLVED BY MUTUAL CONSENT.

The i business will be carried on by the under- signed CHARLES HENRY BEAUMONT to whom all moneys are to be, paid and he will discharge the liabilities of the'late firm.

Dated thiÄ 30th day of August, 1909.

CHAS. H. BEAUMONT.

Witness-G. Degenhardt, Solicitor._

TO DAIRYMEN AND OTHERS.-Any person

desirous of removing the Grass from the the Adelaide Workmen's Homes' Enclosure in Rose-street, Mile-End, is invited to communicate with Mr. F. Stevens, 29, Grenfell-st., Adelnide.

242,4,7

KALYRA, BELAIR.

A SANATORIUM FOR THE CURE OF

CONSUMPTIVES.

Patients receive all trie advantages of a private hosoital- (l8 Private Rooms.)

Fees-One to two guineas a week;- no extras. Eleves free beds. ' ~~

No patient is admitted who is unlikely to benefit by the treatment.

JAMES BROWN MEMORUL TRUST, Incorporated.

Grenfell-street. 15Saiuzc

NIEHUTJS & LUCY,

No. 13, iRCADE,

ART AND GENERAL ENGRAVERS.

Brass Plates, Stencil Plates, Seals, Stamps, &c

240wi79

HORWOOD & OO.,

ENGINEERS. FRANKLIN-STREET,

have now both*

HAND and OIL POWER BORING PLANTS and

WELL CASING

to dispose of, on SALE or HIRE.

Also, another shipment unequalled "NEW .ffAY" (air cooled) PETROL ENGINES. 33S-42,4ic

"HaselTs" Superphosphate.

Guaranteed Analysis, 38/40 per cent, water soluble.

Guaranteed DRY and FREE RUNNING.

Also "HASELL'S" SECOND GRADE SUPER (81/32 per cent.), WHEAT MANURE, BONE SUPER, GUANO SUPER, &c, &C

For full particulars; samples, &c, apply

ARTHUR H. ÈÀSELL,

LTPSON-STREET, PORT ADELAIDE.

Telenhnrie. Port 188. U4i26Sk

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