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Amusements.

THEATRE ROYAL.

Lessee»."Hain. Pollock A- Myers. Kub-Lesseca .. GEORGE MARLOW, LIMITED. Managing Director " GEORGE WILLOUGHBY.

TO - ssrxcs-xx's?

FIRST TIME IN ADELAÏDE.

. THE GRMVT AMERICAN DRAMA.

COWBOY AND THE

SQUAW.

«se M tie-Most Brilliant and Thrilling Daunw

eve.- presented in Adelaide.

TTIIS GREAT AMERICAN DRAMA

will f>c produced TO-NIGFIT liy

'? THE BRILLIANT COMBINATION OP

GEORGE MARLOW, LTD.,;

lO-NIGHT. "THE RAOrNO BLIZZARD."

TO-Nïflirr. "THE RIDE FOR IJFK." 1O-N10IIT, "TUB HIDE TO DEATH."

(list'* of Characters :

' GEORGE CROSS as BRONCHO BOB

rC'owbov of the S. H. Ranch).

T. W. LLOYD as BUD HAWLEY

(.i Rival Broncho Buster).

KRANK CRO:"âLEY as.RAY TARBELL. ARTHUR SHIRLEY as .. .'. .. .. «ear's Tooth. WILLIAM RAILTON as.SNAKY BILL. CHARLU: TAYLOR as.Richard TompkinJ. VICTOR LESLIE 2¡>. Pete Raymond. .1. J. ENNIS ah.í .. .. Ike Tartar. FRANK KEISS as ...'... .. YALLER TAIL. AGNES KEOGH as.Rirth Tompkins INA ALSTON ¡us. .. Bridget McGInnis. FANNIE FRRIS at.Prairie Wolf. VKRA RKMBi: a.-..Silver Heete. {X Crow Indian Maid, Daughter of Bear's Tooth.)

"THE BLIZZARD," "THE

. BLIZZARD."

THE RIDE TO DEATH IN TIIR BLIZZARD. American Pecncs, Indiana, Cowboy?, Squaws.

HORSES, ROl'GHRIDERS, Ac., &c.

GORGBOUS MECHANICAL EFFECTS'.

EGGEST SENSATION EVER ATTEMPTED ON

AW STACE-"THE BUZZARD."

Pcrional Production of GEORGE WILLOUGHBY.

POPULAR PRICES-«/, 3/. 2/, IV EARLY DO*0U8 to all parti, 0.1. extra. BOX-PLAN at MARSHALLS* Hil middav, and afterward:) at DCHST & .TJIVËVS. DAY S.\LES at Duhst ?nd Bivcn's.

Busines» Manager, GEORGE BULLER.

THE GRAFTERS.

' TW BOX-PIAN OPENS at MARSHALLS' WED

¡ESD'AY MORNING NEXT, 10 u.m., at MAR " MALLS'.

COMING DIRECT BY SPECLAL TRAIN.

^ \)LL0W1NG RECOItD SEASON, OF 30; WEEKS.

CtVEB SIXTY THOUSAND PEOPLE SAW.

THE GRAFTERS

(During it» Sensational Sydney and Melbourne Run

THEATRE7ROYAL

Lessees..- ;T .*.. POLLOCK & MYERS. ' Directors .-WILLIAM ANDERSON. Manager. G. II. BARNES.

Right from the Laud ' of. Stars. and'Stripes.

ORIGINAL AND UP-TO-DATE IN SONG,

HUMOR, Ai*î> DAKCE,- ' > Commcncinft "

LN ADEUVniE

SATURDAY: NEXT, JQctober 4.

WILLIAM ANDERSON -annôançea' the FIRST

APPEARANCE of; hîi'*Re«puiy Imported

American Musical Burlesque Co.

Comprisfu's >- <

gQ SINGERS, DANCERS,1 COMEDLANS, RQ

Direct from America,

in lrretiUililo, Musical Scream,

THE GRAFTERS.^

8 HOURS OF UNCEA.SING MERRIMENT. , s HOURS OF. ,'A{xuRrNG/MCsic: y i

anoints OF FASCINATING HALLETS.

S.HOURS ' OF . FUN, FROLIC.. AND .GAIETY; ALL STAR ARTISTS AND COMEDLANS.

9Q RAGTIME GIRLS. 9Q 9Q RAGTIME «RIA 20 A SCORE Of-MUSICAL HITS. '

¿PECIAL HOLIDAY MATINEE, EIGHT HOURS

DAY.

Stage Director. W. R. HUGHES. Touring Mnnatrcr. JOHN FANNING.

' EXHIBITION GARDEMS,"

J THE DAHDIE& ¡

OPENING SATURDAY EVENING,

OCTOBER 2J.

Full particulars future announcements.

GOT YO U.

Sony to trouble you, but we just thought Ve would remind you tlmt this afternoon at 2.30. and To-night, at 's, we arc showing a plearing , Variety of Dramatic, Sensational, Novel, Amusing, ' and Ed-aoat tonal Films, which you can sec for the

«nail sum of 1/, ed., or 3d., at the Wakefield

street

CENTRAL THEATRE.-WHY PAY MORE? We

arc screening two Star attractions to-day. First, there is "THE SCimiRllANEAN TOWN," . fascinating film, showing the Adventure* ot Ari- zona Bill. Included in its many thrilling seems Is an attack on n fctrongroom. The other feature rain» is "TH'Î REFORMERS." an A.B. produc- tion-a pracnt-day tatire on the lost art of mind- ing one's own bu'iinets. Nestor, Gaumont, Edi- son, and A.lv. -Ulms, .and Pnthc's Gazette included in Programme. MATINEE TO-DAY at.2.i'0.

NEW STAR THEATRE,

* KING WILLIAM-STREET. ' CONTTNCOUS DISPLAY of the LATEST FILMS.

STILL THEY COME. .

Continuously To-day, from 11 a.m. until 10.30 p.m., we will present .et another gigantic pro- gramme of exclusive films headed by *- '

THE FOREIGN" SPY. THE FOREIGN SPY.

A thrilling stop* of an army engineer who, after many exciting adventure», is saved from disgrace and min by his daughter and her sweet- heart. Other features include "During the Round tip," an A.B. drama of cowboy life, which show» a thrilling chase after a »runaway team; "A Faith- ful Friend," an enthralling comedy drama; "The Midget'» Revenge." a 'bo»rding-house comedy; and "Squashing n Bobbv." You see this superb programme anj hour of the day for Sixpence or Threepence.

COUNTRY TOUR

Direction.BIBLICAL BIOGRAPUS LTD.

PORT PnUE-TO-NIGHT (Saturday): YONGALA-Monda\. Scpteml-er 29.

PtrTKRSBtrCG-Tucsida\, Septimbor "0 JAM1>10\\N-Wcilncsdav. October L ORROROO-Thin-day. «Vtobor-2. TKROW1F- i'nitov. Ottobcr 3.

KOO MNt«.A-SatvnJay, October 4. RIVFRTON-Monda».. Oc-toler 0.

BAL»KLA\\A-Tne-dai. OU»l»er 7.

POIIT WAlvEFIELD-Wcdn-=cia\, October 8.

rollo*ing with

Co«cl'. Vait'ninl. MmL.to'i, Yorketown. Edith »ws'i. Stansbury, Curramulka, and Ardrossan.

Chill Organ Accompaniment.

Prices-3/. 2 , and 1/. Children, Hilf-price. Pic Organ supplied by W. ¡^ LeCorou. Ltd.

PROSPECT HALL.

HIGHBURY-STREET METHODIST SA

SPRING FAIIÎ.

THIS AFTERNOON AND EVENING.

le be opened by Mrs. W. L. Rofe, at S p.m.

Good display of Stalls and Side Shows.

Competitions, &c. 6

fCXTAIWOREE. Arcade.-Palace of Wonders; jVV latest sensations: fresh model just landed; 3» io, JttHian doc-laced Man, and others. S

4

Amusements.

NEW TIVOLI THEATRE

GROTE-STREET.

HARRY RICKARDS TIVOLI THEATRES. LTD. Governing Director .. .. HUGH D. McDÍTOSH.

RICKARDS CIRCUIT OF THEATRES

Implies the Bett in VaudeviUe.

MATINETTO-DAY.

AT 2 30.

Perfortran<c <T.itti} as at Night. Chi'drtn Half-price to all pjrt«.

TO-DAA. at 2.-Î0. TO-NIGHT, at 8.

ANOTHER IMPORTANT STAR ATTRACTION, Direct Irxrai Engend and First Appearance in

Australia of

COOKE AND ROTHERTS

in a Brilliant Comedy and Novelty Dancing; Act

TO-DAY - Complete Change oí Programme

'TO-DAY.

LASKEY'S SIX HOBOES,

in their famous Life Travesty,

"ON THE ROAD."

LOLA KRASAVINA,

the Beautiful Russian Specialty Artist.

THE GREAT MARTYNNE,

An Electrical Surprise.

JACK PRINCE,

America's Premier Gaytime Violinist.

THE MULLERS,

The Greatest Exponents ol Circular Manipu-

lation.

ALBERTO, FRANK FOX,

The Unique The Debonair Entertainer. Comedian.

GEORGE WHITEHEAD,

Hie Popular American Baritone.

FLYNN and MCLAUGHLIN", BONNIE LEONARD,

and

L\.ST FIVE NIGHTS IN ADELAIDE OF

THE FOUR PRÜVI3SES.

1,000 lb. OF HARMONY.

The most pronounced success ever scored in

Adelaide.

PRICES OF ADMISSION.

DRESS CIRCLE, ii; ORCHESTRA STALLS (Re *wed), 4/; Unreserved. 3/; Back Stella. 2/; .Gallery. 1/; Early Door», «d. extra. Plan at Mar .nalls' and Duhsfs.

M. MARCUS. Business Manager.

ËATLM^TATE^BASEBALL.

JUBILFE OVAL,.

SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 27, 1M&

Junior» Match at 2 p.m.

VICTORIA V. SOUTH AUSTRALLAN LEAGUE,

at 3.30 p.m.

Admission-Ground, 6d.; l!e=ene. Cd. extra.

H. B. DAWKINS, Hon. -Sec. S.A.B.L.

_ S

INTER-COLLEGIATE TENNIS.

ADELAIDE OVAL, TO-DAY.

Starting at lO a.m.

PRESTE ALFRED VERSUS

ST.. PETER'S; . :

Admission, Gd.

_J. A. RILEY. Secrctary._ rpOWN HALL, . HNDMARSH. JL MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 29.

MR. WILSON FORBES'

POPULAR DRAMATIC COMPANY

(Direct from Melbourne), supporting Aus- tralia's Greatest Tragic and Emotional Actress,

MISS ELIA DODD,

In a Magnificent Production of EAST LYNNE.

Front beats, 1/; Back, Gd. THURSDAY-Prospect.

FRIDAY-Norn ood._S_ E~ T,DERATED"MH.LERS & MILL EMPLOYES.

S.A. BRANCH.

,.L-yFintLCia P&mE.BATgEB.. . , .. .

Hy HARRY JACKSON, M.P.

TUESDAY, September.30. at 6 p.m.. ODD-

FELLOW;? HAL-b,*. J, ". .

SOCIAL and DANCE to Fo'Jow.

Double Tickets, Lj6;_Siugle, X': including sup-

per. ?

S*_FRANK CONDON. Secretary.

ST. PETERS TOWN; HALL.

^EXT-TUESDAY" NIGHT. ' * . ."¿.HE GRAND JUVENILE BALL REPEATED.

Plain and Farcy Dress. Same Programme. Same children aajn Exhibition and Unlcyr; Spetî'

tators, JJ; Children, Hali:»ricer Dancers; usual* iccv '. ": , .»

S - MR. AND MRS. CORRELL.

DANCE.-'TO-NIGHT, Academy of Music, Ken

sington-tcrrate. Not wood. Dancing. S till 10.S0. Cents, 1/. Ladies invited. SELECT. S

fXO-OPER.VTIV-E .Hall. Monday night. Icecream ^ Social'and."Dadti»ï3omètbinK special; full rarticulara l(bñdax*B <jh¡}cr.~rJ."A. Dean. M.C. 8 DANCaNG.-yrOt'.ÁVAj'J.lWATrra holds a Claw

every Monday-, Rechabite' Hall, Hindmarsh, l'irst-clasa jnusiiv,' perfect; flocav iuid all latest .-pprnvcd dances, ANNUAL BALL, MONDAY. October a Double tickets 4/. Single 2/. To avoid dieappointmeilt, secure tickets curly 'as- the sale of same ia iimitc'd.-J. Denholm. .Secretary.

DANCING.-A. G. Darby will reopen Glenelg

Dance, Nb\ ember, 5, Wednesdays, Satur- days, Holidays, Trades Hall.-^Culderella, Octo- ber 13. Angaston Institute, October l8.-Aftcr noon. 2 till 5._S

ST. ANDREWS D.AV* SCHOOL, Walkerville . _ OW Scholars Social ant Dance to be held in AValkcrrillc Hall, on Monday, September 2a, at 8 p.tr»., to celebrate 63rd Anniversary of tho opening of the school. Admission 1/.'-J. P. Scoti. Hon. secretary._- S

SAN TOY QC.ADRILLU CLASS Alects TO-NIGHT

as usual. Rechabite Hall, Hindmarsh. Gents II. Ladies 6d. Pianist C. Young: M.C, E. Shell»». Holiday Night, Social, S-12. Ticket*. Double-2^6. ¿ingle 1/0._S

TTTAYVILLE Quadrille Clasa-Dance To-night, V» also Monday next, Gents, l/."'t Mrs. Evans, pianiste.._S

DANCING taught in ti few lessons privately;

"strictly alone;" waltzing _ in 3.-Mrs. Tliisclton. 1, Royal-avenue, off Gillfis-street catt,

between Hutt-f-t. and East-ter.; Parkside car. S

ECHABITE HALL. PARADE. NORWOOD.

DANCE TO-NIQUT. Mr. A. Hall, llanist

_._S__

00-OPEP.AïTVE Hall.-La Tosca Dance To

Night, 8 to IL Gents, glove->i La Tosca

Orchcst»-a. S

K

APUÏOA, SHOW.

WEDNESDAY."ÖCTOBER 1, 1S13.

HORSES IN ACTION.

Hunters, li ct., pri?e money. £S. ' '

Hunters. 12 St.. prize money. £S.

Horse o\er.Hurrilct>, prize monev. £4 IO/.

Open Hunter, prize money, £15 10/. and Kelly Bros. Siher Cup. to be won three titnes by same ouner. Wii(ticr 1911. C. Denholm'« Stockman; 1912, F. A A. Stotfs Clem Hill.

SPECIAL TRAINS: EXCURSION FARES.

l.\TRIES CLOSE SATURDAY. September 27. , S267.70 _ T. S. DAVIE. Secretary.

BLYTH SHOW.

WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 1, 1913.

GOOD PRIZE-LIST.

EXCURSION FARES ON ALL LINES. ; Special Trains from Port Pino and Hamley

^Bridge. ;_ ' ."

GENERAL ENTRIES TUESDAY NIGHT.

Catalogues on application to ' .?' . ,

N269-73 ALF. DUNSTONE, Secretary.

rpwO WELLS AMALGAMATED . A.". * H. -L SOCIETY.

31OT ANNUAL SHOW.

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1913. - - -

Entries CLOSE MONDAY, September 29, 1813. Applv for Prize-list and Entry Forms.

SPECIAL DRAG leaves Hill & Co.'s Bookin; Office Morning of Show, and leaving Two Wells for Return ^t 5 p.m.

S2fi9-?2 JNO. KINGDON, Secretary.

~Y.P7OTÁND~F. SOCIETY;

; ANNUAL SHOW,

FRIDAY AXD SATURDAY, Ostober 3 and 4.

£500^PRI2ES

SPECIAL TRAINS.

For Excursion Fares sec Railway Timetables.

R. J. RODDA, Secretary,

S Kadina.

8 HOURS DAY

(OCTOBER S).

MARINE EXCURSIONS.

THE GULF STEAMSHIP COMPANY, LTD., will dispatch ""earners as under:

FOR EDmrUCRGH-S.S. Warrawee, at 3 a.m.. returning at 4 P-m._

FOR PORT \"TNC!EST.-&S. Juno, at 9 a.m». retiuiiicg at 4 p.m.

FOR ARDROSSAN-S.S. Kooringa, at 0 a-ni., rccuminc at 4 p.m.

EXCURSION FAKES.-8/ Eetum available for '¿c- d*y oafcr. *Sa70,(',W

A

Amusements.

EMPIRE THEATRE

Direction .,. Sayers & Lennon. LtA

MATINEE TO-DAY, 2.30.

'il. SPECIAL CHILDREN'S PRICES. 3-1. Sa. SPKCLAL CHILDREN'S PRICES, 3d.

One of the most po.vcrful Photo Playa ever

produced

S

A A itagraph special feature of the Slave Day; in America before the war, full of sTrnpnthy and emotion, a. com panton picture to UNCLE TOM'S

CABIN.

AND A BIG PROGRAMME OF NOVELTIES.

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1,

2 BIG STAR ATTRACTIONS. 2

GRAND REVIVAL FOR SIX NIGHTS ONLY.

The greatest of all /Iran-a-, without doubt, one of the cn'atcst achievements in the realms of linns picture*.

THE FATAL WEDDING

Nothing approaching the FSTOUS Concert Scene A«.-a by the "ALLEÏTTES'* has ever been seca

am- nicture play,

i CONJUNCTION WITH ANOTHER MASS OF

PICTURE SENSATIONS.

ALONE IN THE JUNGLE.

A REAL TOUILLER

A Sensational and Thrilling Feature Drama, depicting n»ost vividly the greatest animal tenaa taon ever shown on a screen.

Prices-1,6. V. and bd. Plan at DuhsPs.

TOWN HALL^ GLENELG.

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 0. GREAT VARIETY SHOAY.

IN AH) OF ST. MARY'S SCHOOLROOM.

Bov-Plau, at S. Marshall & Son's, will be open on Thun=day, October 2.

Reserved Scats */; Unreserved. 2/ and 1/. S

TILL GOIN'G GOOD. FANCY DRESS CHARITY TOOTBALL MATCH.

IN aid of Di-trict Trained Nursing Society.

ALBERTON OVAL. SATURDAY, October 11, 1913.

Procession leaves Town Hall, headed by the P.A. Naval Band, at 2 p.m. Match 3 p.m. Twenty Sideshows, two Bands, Hot of Other At-

tractions:

Admif-°ion-Pi, Reserve 6d. extra.

FRANK CONDON, Hon. Sec.; FRED CARR,

Ass. Sec._._S_

Petersburg Annual Show,

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1913.

EXCURSION FARES ON ALL LINES.

Special Trains after Show to Pirie, Terowie, Cockburn, and Quorn.

Prize Lists Free on atjjilicaiion.

N269-70,7.81x270-7 S. D. JONES, Secretary.

JOHX McCOEMACK.

ADELAIDE SEASON.

TOW!» HALL, October 15, 16, IS, 20.

'The Mccormack season in this town threatens to burst the Tait treasury. John has only stand- ing room for the les-? of the piano and his boots. The orchestra seats SURGE WITH ENTHUSIASM round his coat tails, and the ENCORE FIENDS RAGE with UNABATED FURY."-The Sydney

"Bulletin."_S

JOHN Jiic?OEMACK.'

ADELAIDE SEASON.

TOWN HALL, October 15, Ï6, IS, 20.

"SCENES of the WILDEST ENTHUSIASM pre- vailed, the great aud'ence beimr ABSOLUTELY rsTOXICATED-not »vith the juice of southern grapes, but willi the "HONEYED TONES «if a GRF AT TENOR'S A'OICE. The enormous audi-ence -some standing, others sitting-REMAINED AS rp PETRIFIED . in an inexpressible ecstacy." Sydrey "Morning Herald." r

r JOHN- ^M^OEMMÎE;. ^

7 ,." AzSELAtDE. SEASON.,. '

- TOWN HALL, October 33, 16, IS. *20.

"The enthusiasm at the stage was unbounded, and as the tenor again rame forward the AUDIENCE ROSE ES' MASST:, and CHEERED TO THF ECHO. Handkerchiefs were waved, and the Hall resounded with 'bravos.' The cheer- ing was renewed when.Air. Vincent O'Bfieu gave out tbd opening- bprs of 'La Donna MobeHio/-- Mr.-^ MeConnitck sang the familiar aria with abandon, THr: AUDIENCE MEANWHILE STAN'DTVG, while manv surged round the platform and STOOD SPEíiBOUND »vhüe the _tenor sang Verdi's , arja."-^'Sydney Monning Herald." ¿ <. " . ?/ SV

"*' JÓÍíin!í?COE.MACK.

ADELAIDE SEASON.

' I

TOWN, HALL, October 15, 10," l8, 20.

?Girls' ort tie 'chair .¿¿nts- lcmod forward and caught-at lis-sTeeve, * EXCITEDLY SHOUTING ABOA'£"'ßiC>;BlN' thï*. BRiSticfe of semes they wan*etl, îrîsh'mcnj.and women in.the crowd beloA waved »hats * and handkerchiefs as thev cheered until the- vnifp hushed* them n?iin,- into silence. Mr. Mc?ormsck SANG Iff" sonsrs in all, and of these no - fever tlinn TEN- "WERE ENCORE

PIECES."-Svdnev "Oaily Tele^nVn." ' ' ' S

i STRATHALBYN SHOW- '

FRIDAY. OCTOBER 17, 1913.

To be opened by his Excellency Sir Day H. Bosan-

quet.

LIBERAL JPRIZE-LIST. including Open Hunter Butler.Challenge Cup, and £16; A.aaicur Hunur, £6 C,;: Horse o\er Hurdles. £3.

SPECLAL TRAINS. EXCURSION FARES. Prize-Lists and all particulars from

W. FRANK ADAMS, Secretary.

_._,_N263.5,70,7,S4-6

Q. PAUL'S CntTtCH, ADELATDE.

PRELIMINARY NOTICE.

ANMfAL STRAWBERRY

FETE.

In Pulteney-strcet School Ground.«..

_SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 22nd. S

«.p u s's IN BOOT a*»

XT ALL THE PANTOMIME MUSIC.

OH, MR. DREAM MÂÎL

SOMEONE IN AUSTRALIA. GIRL IN HAVANA.

TWO-STEP WALTZES.

Can be beard played

at

MISS GERTIE CAMPBELL'S,

BOWMAN'S ARCADE.

S130waicEl30wc |

Amusements.

WEST'S PICTURES

HTNDLEY-STREET.

Prcprictor. - -.. West's. Limited..

TO-DAY, TO-NIGHT,

AT 2.30. AT S.

CIHLDREN SIXPENCE to air IVrts at the

Matinee.

THIS AFTERNOON,

FIRST PRODUCTION of the great

PATRE DRAMA, in Color*.

THE LIGHTHOUSE OF DEATH

A fice story, finely told, of avarice, crime, and «avery, including a thrilling rescue by rope trom a ligbthocse over a tea of foam-tipped

waves.

OTHER FEATURES INCLUDE

THE HEART OF M1ÎS. R0BLV3 .. .. Drama. THE FAITH OF A GIRL.Drama. PATHE'S EUROPEAN GAZETTE .- .- Topical. MORT TACOMA .Scenic. PATHE'S ALSTAUAN GAZETTE .. .. Topical. A DOLLAR DID IT.Comedy. THE COUNT GOES BATHING ..... .. Comedy. THREE TO ONE '..Comedy.

WEDNESDAY NEXT,

THE GREATEST OF MILITARY ' SUCCESSES,

THE BATTLE OF WATERLOO.

"Up Guards and at "cm."'

-WELLINGTON.

This tremendous conflict, in which. Napoleon was finally crushed, is one of the roo»* important in history; and since Napoleonic literature ex- ercises a singular fascination not oiily for the student and philosopher, but even for the carual reader, the pictured story of Waterloo is likely

to appeal to

An Enormous Audience.

NAPOLEON

, "Cur=e these British Bulldogs; they are made

of steel." - . .

PRICES AS USUAL.

Overture, Accompaniments, and Incidental

Selections by

DE GROUNDS VICEREGAL ORCHESTRA.

West's Prices-6d. and 1/ and 2/. Booking

Office-Dahst & Biven's._

PAVILION PICTURES,

BUNDLE-STREET, NEXT ARCADE.

ALL DAY TO-DAY,

From 11 a.m. to 10.80 p.m., a Superior Collection

of the Best in Films, including

"THE RAJAH'S DIAMOND

ROSE,"

a thrilling story of a dazzling jewel," apparently priceless, a secret "lockfast place," fitted with on automatic camera, reckless society gamblers, a. beautiful girl and a bogus count. There's ex- citement in every minute of this great feature of our feature bill, which can be enjoyed for

Sixpence or Threepence at any hour. j

Sporting. B

ROKEN HILL RACTNC CLUBS.-B.H.J.C..

L.V.R.O.. and S.B.H.J.C.

REG. BY A.J.O.

STIPENDIARY STEWARDS

APPLICATIONS will be received by the under èicncd until 4 p.m. on WEDNESDAY, October 15, 1013. for the Positions of TWO STIPENDLVRY STEWARDS to the above three Clubs for Eighteen Dava' Racing. Applicants to state salary ic

Quin-d.

BERT WILLIAMS. Secretary.

J_B.H. Registration Board. Broken Hill.

SOUTH BROKEN HILL J.C.

RACES, SATURDAY, OCTOBER IS.

(Caulfield Cup Day).

£25-Maidens, six furlongs. Spexial weights. Nom. 7,6.

" £50T-rlíurdles; two mile;. , Norn. 15/.

Ï35^-Trial. 6 furlongs." Norn, lo/r" """": T-"r £90-October Handicap, li mile*- Nom. 20/. . £fiO-Flying. 6 furlongs. Norn. 15/.

i £10-Farewell Welter, 1 mile. Norn. 12/6.

Penalties fixed. Usual 'conditions.- Nominations Gordon's Agency, 4 p.m.; Secretary's Office, S p.m.; on Tuesday, October 7. Weights October 14. Ac- ceptances October 15, when horses "not «ralched will, be .considered"acceptors. , Railway refund con-

ditions in force.

Wm, Gardon, Hapdicapper.

J203,7u;r ''BERT Wl*aflAMSy-Scc.>S.BH..T.C. r

ENFIELD STUD FARM.-Draught Howe Bolivar,'

Draught Colt Percival.' Hackney Trotter, Producer, also 'Blacklock; inspection invited Sun-

da vs-Grindell._263w70

T" 'HE^P^NY STALLIONS "Royal Warrior. Thot

Warrior Chief,/'and King Edward, will do Stud duty ;n the snrroundings'districts of Aclt^ Jaide this "aeason. Inspection invited." Apply J. J. Fahey. Parker-pt.. Mile-End._J

Cricket Notices.

rpHE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of Oin} A. PORT ADELAIDE DISTRICT CRICKET-^ CLUB will be held at Mr. a. Malin's Office, St. ' Vint\est-strcet. on MONDAY. .September 2», at 8,, o'clock". All members' and " intending members are "requested to attend. *"

IP. D. RUNDELL. Hon. Secretary.

Football Notices. F

B A

GRAND INTER-STATE JUNIOR ASSOCIATION

MATCH.

UNLEY OA-.AL, SATURDAY, September 27. 1913. 3 p.m.

COBURG O'ICTORIA) V. STURT ASSOCIATION,

THE ONLY MATCH OF THE AFTERNOON. Admission 6d.

T. A-.BLAKE._Hon. Secretary.,.

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