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DRESS AND FASHION.

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ICI ILL IN nnd Co,

lill BIO STORL,

CIIM'1-L STRIKT, PJtAHRlS

SPRING SALL.

OPI-S TILL 10 OCI,0Ch Ô

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DRI'SS 111 PARI Ml NT

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POI'ILSS-POPLISS

In rt-p.n.0 lo ciUe wc have retched bj the I us Vedlns a Ireh Shipment of our .»optilir Melun etl I'upllns Me hate been out ol it's Incfn the past (wo weeks, anti wc wish to in i iriti to the many customers v ho have |,LCII dis .limul.d tint weean now supply their wants The (Mil is Ihr same as supplied at Hi" llr.l of the KI ii ltittlv -Ilk finish, dainty colourings, wear pine.!, width -din , price 1/9 yard Colours wlJte, cmuii t,n. (¿sind s), light and darl blown, light mil dirk sivt tussore gcndiiriile blu?, ilcetric, laiv (' .lude), black, pink, tornllowci, amtth.-t, ajrl el lawn

trcpi de (bene-lust optnetl, a new range of DJ. Icjuliful soft Ilk material the correct thing lor the mw btvlcnf drape-il ¡diirts, taliii uiiequallrtl, tlni-nl innrmoiis, in 40lu wide, 2/0 .ard ivoi., rtcn ill impawn, bk>, save, pink, mustard, tun, ni» Ht senne and mut li wanted shade, ol light l-.Mii iiuv., lu., nt J/11 .ard ROM, sky, lur uiouc .-xt, hello , nil, grci, at 4/11 yard Ivory, trtani lose, hltlo sk_, _a-"* L,rc., navy, brown, ireslaid lan, at 5/11 sky,IIOSC, grey , mole, ll|,lit -axe ii ivy, brown, at 7/11 Ivorj, ereiin, griv, trele hjit «av, electric, sly, lose, lui, brown, ilian pi|,ii<- black, 4/0 4/11, 0/11, 7/0 jurd

Ne« *lilpuient ol our Sptcliil Soft I Inl-li Grass Hiernh-<I Ml l'un linen, 4Uln widi, 1/6 1/0, 1/11, ?.. ./<> lard, just the thlnj for hot weitlicr

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"iinlirani Crtpes, the h ill mark of excellente for Ijdii* ml Cliildttai s Wear, washes well suitable Ullin-II Bliiu_e*, Holies Die. sing Gowns, Ac, ¿in nile lu an immense vaiietj of stripes, nUo I bin t-l ur* 10.1 jurd, while, Mu wide, 7.d , 1011 1 1/0 .ard

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V11CLI LLIN and Co,

THE BIG STOIII ,

CH IPI L STRLET, PR MIR IS

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One of the l.rnndl. t Dlsplnis of CUP MU LIM III TOW Icing shown in our Millinery Silon Ile lite - choice as_ei.i..icnt of all the Most Up to Date ilo.fl, mwv of th*.n cvquisit elv dc-igned by high ela . milliners, .tv les including the m w _h ided ftatlicr mounts mil parlieitlarlv the lillie lljl

tilla Hu lort hemming Biilteilll Bow; also otlur .start Rats In plilner styles foi eostitme weal

111 are Jt Mldiratt Prices

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| I ISI COSTl Ml S 111- \D\ TO li. Ml I

Mtlit,!i ( tiitic Costume in Iprlcot I olienne, loase serte efftcl, trinimetl good IJCC collar mid tuffs, inurt tut iwiiv basque, finished buttons, pritlily draped skirl 81/

smart Coatee Co*tuinc in light grey whipcord, tninmcti emirild grten satin and huliops tp niiteh, toil nit iw II at front, lonj bn*quc at back, four piece skirt 7i'

\\hite lunn (oat and Skirl, coat smartlv trim Mt I mill heavv guipure Ince, t-kitt with tink tertre Irnnl anti buck, rounded at foot anti trim

mr I .minni til/

smart . lanncl Tweed t o*timic, creme with blatk .Irin, -ti light coal, trimmed sponge cloth and hin I. & tin, smartly cut skirt, finished butltin«,

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Lo-tce Goslu-ne lu Sa/\ lap Silk, plain straight barqut lilihlied spokcstittliing on collar iitid cull., skirt and eniltee trimmed with buttons, 49/0

Sponge Cloth Coats and Skirls and Timm I 1 weed (oatt. (x> .times, smart tailored ¿irnitnls trim neil sponge cloths of contra.ling colours, finished Liilton- IU/0

smart Coatee Costume In linitt weight Cream lap Silk .onit fastening to nctk, anti other- with open frcnl", turndown collins and "'iiuntlct tulls,

T HOI Hill COSTUMLS T -jj-c3

tscftl rostimits, in colour-.! poplins and sponge doth mane in eoilcc stjle and straight eoits ititi lilt 1 it*, are lu brow II, re eda, blue, lils ist mole anti ro-, 28 6

^ashlin. Costume« In stripe pique, vvhlto ¡muni, with coloured stripes, bainding brown, I hit uni blue, coatee stv le_ anti sac fitting coats, trimmed .pongo cloth anti huttons, 21/

Us Coat, aid SI Irts in mw linen, plain icini llllns LOit< with -tnilght skirts, 17,u

I tful llolidat Costumes, in coloured linens, itraielit toats with long reter. also Natv I Incnc Ccuttc loMiiluc«, tllmmcd pipings of blatk and «llti l_/_

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One piece RoV In uprltot .outline, ni tided buque, folflrd silk belt anti «ash bulart eulls, eol Lar un I front of guipure hue, 81/

lir wn ioliemie lint pine Drc", tlnpitl skirt

ecu drop >okt, ( rieutil sash tooti Paris eulls anti «Her. 7o/

Still h liri * in litiigerlnc «Ilk ( re pt Oriental tillar anl cuffs, long shelis folded satin belt, lil I ti Oriental Imitons 0.1/

Mlnte Voile Ont piece Frtitl s, Bulgarim em 1 roi 1er ti tunic bodice trinimul to match tunic, "nbrol 1ère 1 muslin collar anti jabot, 4II/U

Ort pine Frotks in heuvv «tight spot tap sill

lilla »Mu collir ind epffs of plain silk folded bil lim he I I lil ton* 9 li

Oicpieci I rnel s, skirt of unit spence ilolh, lsvliec ml tunii of black mid white spot foulard, »Uli tnrvo border _0,0

Dllntl »lilt Voile Out pleet lircs-i* tolhtr, cull ml Itlinl heit of llonl voile tnniim I but tois ul o nlm retí poplin* in plum stilts, 11/

Oicjietr Dress H In coloured t repi -au, navy, h o n 11 irk uni grey trimmed muslin collar

in I tuff* I" 0

Oí*.net. I rocks, lu fane, foulard-, trtmmetl »Uli »lute ilnni anti pearl huttons liso Tus tillie I rot.s I ni lact collar, pipings oí rojal Mu. -alla l'/fl

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Snart Heivv lap Silk Blouses, bo\ pie it front, I rnslrutn collir, pocktt long sleeve turn bick tvfl S 11 usual price, 12/0

lirait lip silk Shirt Blouses, bot pleit front, riledv lucked in groups of fine lucks, tabbed yoi es, fml-i. 1 | eirl buttons 12/0

Ir-ttt While Voile Blouse«, thintil. tiiLkcd and tnnmcl with guipure Insertion, squiirt netk, thrres|iLirter «leen 1,11, usiiil priet, 7/11

Dalnli White Volle liions.s box pl"alld front l-nnlo-n collar, three quurti r sleeve, turnback

euri 1!

Sin Ila! i fl

fi-intv Chali Gowns finely linked irnni vole prettv lari.1 eollir anti cuffs of hull spot muslin amMal insertioii, three quarter sleeve, 12/0

-*v$ MICL.LLIS and Co,

I stn aioii-s ioR Tin RIC.'

Our stock is now brlmfull of all that is 1 liest -M I rsl foi the .icing carnival

I-Ile. hil Olo.cs, .button length lu V\ lilli, Black Beater, anti Grey, first qu lilly, Hallan i-idc *l 0 |nir

Little*. Brussels hid (.loses, "I Ivirá," 8 button , Imtlh in Ulai I YWntc, Pastel, Beaver, Brown, . -ni Oret l/Il p!ir

l~rlies l'btitlnn length Kalian IvitI Gloves m »I if onit 10 4/0, I'll

I-illcs lc-liiiltnn length While Mil Limes 5 0

Pair

lillies Id hulton length Brussels hld llloves in "lark am] While, S/ll polr

.Willes 1_ hutton length 'Silvia" 1 rene li hld Wie, m Bljik, li hill, Pl-tcl, Bctivcr, t.rej 'li lair

special lurg mi In S i turn I Colour I-rent li Mash ?>: Doe Clove«, pique sewn, I-button length, >/ll

I'liiltnn length I rench hltl (,lmt* louie.," a Ihimiulih deptndiblc Glove, anti Hie best vuliio I In the (rode In Blntk und 'Ihito only, 7/11

Oír sink of -..ort olmes Is eonipltti, with nil Itolate.l shaiks ' Tolbot," 2/tl pilr, ' I mpress ' 3 B llhrllne," 4/11 pair, Mbanl, ' 1 II, le j «I GO pilr

, Our Fahru (limes are smirlci then ever this

««on mil til, colourings, and quality make them «mr t equal In anpcurairo to kltl

f Htm« length labrie tilovc« In Blnek, Minti,

"tour Paslil riiumpagne und Lrcv, 1/0 1/11, '0, J 11 KI lllpil'r

, '?wig Lisle Thread Olotes, in all the latest eo Î »liti 1 I (I 1/n j/ii p_¡r

'lioil lihrle (dotes, lu new materlil mid til nits w *' ?/ l/(i 1,11 2 h, and 2/11 pair

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I idle» Silk Pneketts " lu plain and rrtlstic

, loinngs ol inih tilden lOttl, 1,3, 1/9, 2/0, iii

\ f Ipürc Litecltctl lljntlk. rthlrfs, vert prettv

lootl- 1 I l t-li > II 2/H eieh

' » »si c Hu llerchiefs, nude of finest Egvp ii!, 00"n'1 ""' newest (olmiriiigs to match nil ite»ns t"lr3 "hsoluttlj fisl Oil nell, 8/0 t lo cn

,l.]«r_i rinat "| Swiss I nibroidtictl llnndker »rficn in «tallnpel "ml hetiistllehcd borders dil , ¡a , ''1 w-l I . 1/1 10*1/11, 1/11, 2/0, and

1 / 1 each <»,,,,

!-_.B1lwriJ" '"ln»rlngs in Silk Iliilitlkcrthlifs nhw

"inieh wen, (.I FJ,|,

.Co'loi'1.1 "'""'."''.''?f« in landy of Stiles anti

. T NHN "OSII ll_ foTthe HU.. |

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"ur Hosiers was neier more complete Ullin at '.S'li "'"' a" ""? 1,tMt ""'' "lost ,lltllic"ubl<: 'I*}111« ""li" (a.hmcro Ho*i, all »util, fast d.f,

i "«-le in on- own mills of pure lustrallun wool,

i._-_ ? B<,ltir 1 . little«, oui own make, ami - Ll«w,l!l_,'.IM>tt, ' ' »id 1/0, also Special V allic, t '., '«Woned hg» and ic-inlcs. feet, 1/11 pilr

i_»i.t. Y.'nrae.c liest, lull fashioned «milner

* li- , /',2"1 .*» 1 'li

'-r p!lr ° tio'v' 'n ttc"-1' 1/U' -/0, 1/J' ...?Jicl'i c,a",imere Uo>e,'with coloured Cmbroi in iclocl" ' " 2/1». J/11 pair

«J ,h,C:"'),rnc*!' Hw, emhroidered fronts, 2/, '.._'! i/0 l"lr

.1 ii. " .-""-J bille end Hool Cashmere lloae, ti,ii ,,",h,ro,il'ri and sl-ol tolouilng», I/O pur

faiflî", ' ,lc l""" l-ln-n. W-ck. ni white, full .?-'iiioieii i i/o ,/,', _,;,, |Uir

.anl Vu, H1' ll0fP, vv.th wool feel. In black

C^cito^'llSt'^ """ira. wool

. ,' "" Pilr ,

TI, l i», '". " Ucrrcnstil (.alire I isle Hose, 1/, Vi . VU pair j

i ?..',CI-I-1ST(C0STIS¿I-Ü SL\r COLbMS

DRESS AND FASHION.

'V f ICI 1 LIAN and Co.

1 lil BIG STORE,

CIUPFI STRUT, I'll MU! \N

SPRING SU I

Ol'lN rill, IO O CLOCK

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I"dlcs' I Jin' I Ule Ill's., mt and Komi deigns, 111 Wuk or white 1/ 1/0,1/11 1/6 pair

Indies S Ik Inkle Ho-i In black it \crv cf focllie Mocking nilli uni. lisle, top, 1/11 pair

ladies Silk lion In Wael ,iU. in white, with strong lisle soli lind garter top J/U pan

I Ullis Silk lion, in black or hore, lisle top and soli line qualin 1/u pilr

ladies lane hllk Hose extrn qualitj, strength euee! with lisle tops and sole.- In Mink oi while, li/O und 7/11 |alr

Ladies Silk Laie Ilote, ide effectiic, in Muck

.-cilsl iiiluc 0 0 pal

pnii

ladies I isle I ace Ilo'O with embroidered floral fronts, 1/0 1/11, .li 2/0 pair

I CHU DIU\ S C IMiMHIl SON Y

Childrens Cashmere .ox, bluik, with Lolound locks 1/ pair

(hil Iren- While ( olton So\ with coloured striped lops and clocks 10.il , 1/ pair

(hlldrill» , HIM blick tau oi cream, with colóme 1 elockie 1/11 lilli **

\ full rattle of Childrens »-o\ und ï Hose, In ill leading sill s

'Our lloid t.oll Ho, muli lu our own mills, »lill coloured lum our tops all sires ./I ptir

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MICLIIIAS mid Co

Till' UK .rom

CHM'l L STREIT, PRMIIUN

c_-<_. T ClISTUMI I HONT«. I

U 1/11 - Cohlumi 1 routs rcnchluj to waists designs of elallily spot nets double, row of pícale 1 lice down Hu front shape I uni boned collar at

tache.il lu white «r Pails

U . II-While Muslin I tiibrol Icred Costume Ironls In clTccliic oiich llornl elcsigns sliuiied

mil bonni lolliu bau I utteichid

U 1/- Plain Hriloiine Nil Usl» designe 1 of double, mt, slmpi I mid lioiicil lollur attached, also tup s for te lug lu I'iris white black

\l 1/11 -¡»polleU Bretonne Net "eels »bulled ud will bonni collur iitlichcd lilail, while

reuní Paris

\t 2/0- Spotted Ncl \e-t» tue epiatllics, slllecei and well [mind rollar lund aludir I finished with 1,-ipuri ctlgliig blick «hite, irinili Paris.

\l ./0-lal Lilt Insertion Usls iiunufac turo] of various tlcslgm na non in'crtioii-, no

cultirl ml white or m»m

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j ( IIMtMlNH I \t I mid NI r PIN ONST

\t 1/-I'retlili pleitil line pliin net edged willi fine »lindo l hut unutliii dc»!i,n I* u plialcd tint lab ililutili ti"cd with lil lue while I uri- mid tiT.,11.

U 1/U-Pin oils prellili di»i"ncd in line white nui-lin, line. embroidered with narrow biilpurc edging

U I/o -Pin oni dc»lgl ed of » Idle Muslin prit lill embroidered iiTullii lum design» double

lab»

U 1/11 - I'm uns in Hue. While Muslin prellili pliulnl ed.id with t,tiipurc lue, some hue a Ililli Bulgarian cnibroi lercd iiiidnllioii

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Al 1/-(oui Collie with mci» round shape» 1 opular sunshine .-It tpc dcsii-ncd ul -ulplirc luce

whiti I'jrii or en nu

St l/ll -Willie I'lque Collars with He mid Cliff« spokes htitehcil on itl*,o and lim «J willi murdin ti ost »ultihlc fir washing tioeks Ivon Poplin tollu» with Tie or How In dainli shade-, of MXI nun brown, \ io i, t-ki i lui red anil bluik

I iltc I li turk

U 1 II anil 2 ii I nil -»-jiii lil lines oi I Indi I nil loii'i reel (ollari mine with guli ure td"lng, new "1 in t-ha'c anil e\ti t lim ipnlitj

M 2/11 Kaili-lion Sill Cullin willi nice imart lie altin heil nlsp horv I ellii with eolourid lies in »hades of brown inn save skj \ lose

mid ¡iln.l

U 2 II l/ll I II ? sullalili fur wet lug

picarilli, of Ililli III Wirti with how ribbon to ni itch lu uni »li nie

Silnllai ailles \eropluiie Net k Ruffles 1/0 4/11, 6/1) uni u/11 i ith

U 0 11 - Ostrich Icllliei Ruffles ]«in long, finlhlle 1 with ii I retly Mrn llbboil rosette ill I lack n it in a I gre i

.el I« i -»-pLrl ii Qualiti ('»(nell leather Itiilllii inn long In bl iel or SIM blue

U Vin 2/1) 2.1/ '1/0 "./II 1/ M/ll 12/ - '?pit lilli line i( HI uk ()»trieh lentlur Dm

ISM\M nu s I nu nu CLP SI \SOS 1

Our I IKal lulus II.J.S In sclcit fr mi ililli ding ill tin llte't -le li' tilt niwist «lindo. In tolollr ml tie line t 1.1 liles in lenlhei cirri »till I» n [irsiuti.l in tin*. JJ mil mid iiti[o»ing ilisplni

Sell rta lie III. ri i| P7j Hi. s ! Wtlllg lllgs Irmltt Hu,» While Kid Hn.s Ile id II mi lags willi Hull h .-ihn ihn --ilk Hi*.« ( hlldren s Har» lu killi mil e ml rolle ml Unlit» I mbrolelere I

Bias with uri or »Irip huidles I nu |(II c Hi.« Double IIip ling mil quill i Iel. lot if ».imple

mill me if nib of II.* len hie! Tills is the III l-l di nln ul I.i lia Bu-i in lu Ililli i an I the priées ure iIJil

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IICNir II \Skl I»* IJIlI <-S H\SMTS

1 I iles and ea-es lo limul nu billing some fine lumper» lo go mi 1er lii|g) sens strong Willoiv

1 lillie Ililli Willi» »ress. Hi-kit Bamboo I) e»s Baske! with ir without lenthei enrners

Jl nilli!. Driss llisl I. Iiiilur hound with line ttriii nu! handle*. Wosterii Piciili Baskets

li o t hi, eolleitiin of Shojplng lliskits in nil slilei anil il7i»s Inelilit ug Hu piipulir nutting shopping bags willi tonis thisc are len eluap

and useful

IlOOIi*. HOOhs

\nalliii big lot cf Cassel! s a/el Noiels in tlilli binding lo le dented at 1/ Ibis is n rare ill mee

foi librarians mel other» mid Include» »eural po| til ir 1 ooks ns

V 1 aiourile of I ortilnc li \niiii Swim

\ Master of Diception IJ lli.lt-ti 1 Maisll

Iii .word of the len] bj Joseph Hocking Hi ok. n I jeldi is It Vu hew »oulir

\n"il In linblielon bl Vi \ llowit Hie Open \ nllee In lleltn II Watson I Isic lintltner lu li II lu Mlrhieli»

Ustlei In e-piin hi Itnbt M lues \ Ion*, Sliadot be I eiendol II I'm

Hie Recording \n_rl be (uni Harris Servant u Ile stttr 11 I li ilntli (m11

Tin While ( iiintlel lu Peru I Unlincr Ile (Tin en s (h tut i lu »till nu I line

Hutmill of llrltlini In W irwlck Deeiiing III hui), die »ents In W M Irdegli \iliiin »-in ire be I nea» »Mala

Hie I 1 mel of lest bl \iidrew Soutar

Twl\l land nnd '-ci le loscph ( onrad Hu Mount ¡dil Hour In M mott I i\

The Ullin li ible Uu.siii.toil I i II II Munro Hie loee Dream In I torge Nant The Dnn, Slut hi Mm I il i

Ile 1 ill 1 the Tonn In Mia Min lane

Ml llcntilitlllli llouii.1 ni C1 lil Binding

jm\ Ml One I'nee-I/

\ freth »hi] nie nt of Mini ami ( lass Tille elaintle-»wK» I nile Knpuirri Irllle (hnilotto Russe (lioe.ilat. Mullel Swl», I ream, ( oftce Moule! Oring ulna I-emoti Sirup -ilel j ecke!

Nelson» (neun (boee I ele Itcplicnj ( offec lunilla Or ttige I eme ti IJil III 1.1

I rtlltiill lil ill linn III« > I pallet

Spun-, s lntit Huttons lemon Ormgt Pine npplt 1 I u kel

Whites lellj Cn «I ils nil II n ours lil pnikcl

1 I) lion II

Callfo niau C ii lilli I)c»sert I igt III lirions In

Noel s Drliitoiis Stem Cli ger ghss Jar I I New ( Ingtr in syrup 0.1 jn

Choirut \eit,i»tln Ieileel lelilíes in »e mji 1/

tid Hu

Sing ilion Plmappli (hunks (II Chin Ii. Old

Golden Dute» lib Lirions Ud .11 7}d

Prcserieel Hessin Prunes lib larlon» 1/

We will le plcuted lo »intl oin urn Spriig mil Stimmet Ciititnt,tic il»n eotiiploti (iitilo.ues if Crecerles iiinltuie Ironmonger! uni] Tools | ost fret to I ouhtri I ustomiis, tin receliit of iiimc and itddrcs- t

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IRISH nilli "M ^S

IRISH BID UNI NS *

IRISH KITCHIN LINLNS

IRISH IINrN H\NDMRCIIUrS

HUSH I IN1N TOM I Lb

IRISH COLOURED DRISS L1NINS

HUSH rinwLiiNG RUGS. PUBtlC 1NSP1C110N 1NMTLD

WALPOL1 BRO« (AU--1RAI \SI\) UD ,

111 PMI S M ISROOMS

231 Jil 1LINDI Iib I \\h

(One dnjr Swanston strcetj, '

MLLBOURNE

1 CORAH lOLR BOUDOIR

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or lll-jJKOOM WINDOWS

willi djlnti mid tluriblc Huok Muslin eurinilla In « ille, ( ream, oi Tussore slades willi Im Insertion borders, iKJIn wld S!'K IAL I'RICI 1/0 jurd Inlgbt pud Send (or samples po»t MORRISSli, THOM IS andlOHSlFR ,111 MU I UHNISIUNI! CO PI \ LID

010 rllnbethtireet_Til i Brunswick 2d Car C~¡rÍM¡ SniON, for evintcr complexion, prepared

In Pails lee ps the skin soft and clear Does not pt_____Çjî_Î!l

-Âcr I NAMI I OF MUKSIil'S Heiiuttn-s fa-e JJ Neil! and Vrms u-ed in daytime cannot be detected, eoicrs blemishes 3/ posted Ills« \loltinci chemist I.H.QI1 st

iRIi I! MR - 'ISL\ NMV HU VTMLN1

3 niileet lllicl and Brown, ÎVishabli Ul heniisti 4/0 loslcd direct 5/ Mis Moloncj, ihunlst 101 I it on st_ _ OBI ¡»I r. -' II \l OI \ III DUC IS I Al, simple,

»ft lerliln |U»»eil tlirotw.il I iilnejs un "cllrul eletr» nslein ef (mil) nil Cbson .id Molonei ellenlisls HIJ I t.oll »t , C irlton

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COLOSSEUM CUP CLOTHES.

EVERYTHING IX RE.MIY-TO-IVEAII GOODS.

Don'l vtoiry about getting your Drc.!C- made. Our showing Is a succession of kljles and fabrics entirely foreign to the usuil ready-to-wear Ideas. It Is this difference lu tou'e and character whlc'i distinguí-lío'- our garments from other*, li ithout asking you more In price, we offer you Hie ad-"~ tagc of incomparable excellence, besides .... Inigest showing of authoritatively correct clothes

in .Mclloui ne.

CUP COSTUMES.

a.'/0, .Ti', IV.-Drcfsy .'rocks, in Whit« Voile

'I hese arc one-piece, very smartlv minie Some arc I'OX lobes with wide sash "effect, anil some plain voile trimmed Insertion and

lace.

55/.-Tu.scre Costumes (all silk), coatee style

with basque, vert of black satin, ami sonic of t-j.ve und .alin belt to match; straight cut

skirt.*.

rrom :I7/(I. - Eponge Kroch«, In one-piece,

.uiurtlv made; also dlffcreut styles In Coatee nut! Coat Costumes in striped and plain

colour«.

From li) Guineas,-Cup and Race N'ovclties In

Satin Charmeuse and Crepe ile Chene, Some lu Onc-piccc liios'cs ami smile Tonteo Styles, nil colonia. Theie arc all our latest models. Prices .anning from II. guineas to 15 (.niñeas. IVe have just a few- Very Smart anti Dainty

White Lace Coatees. In pr_lty patterns, marked down low ; only 15/9.

(I, II.-umtut One-piece Ltneiuie Frock, blouse

piped black and while linen, und Mulshed buttons, in navy, brown, saxe, grey.

10,0.-Om-iiicec Sp-lted anti Strip«! Colton

I-Iain. Robe, collar and cuffs of Paisley border, also strip down iront, in two aludes of hello, and blue; also Striped Cambric, in blue, vieux, and black anti while pipings and collar and cuffs of .eli-colottied linen.

SMART CUP SKIRT..

1.-G-otl Line of While Linen Skirls, well cut,

one-piece, .ill s|_c<, cheap line tor holidays,

5/11.

2.-l-.auti.ull_ shaped White Linen Skirls, four

piece, hultoneil through from waist to foot with pearl buttons, all si.es, S/ll.

3.-A Splendid Assortment of Good White

Linen and Pique, in various Etyles and'all sires, lll/O, 12.0. ;

Cl.-p .MILLINERY. CUP .IILLINERY.

Millinery willi mi idea In it-euch hut a dif- ferent anti delightful e.prctslon of the idea-each bow or lund, ruell feather or Bower, THE EX- ACTLY RIGHI' THING IN THE RIGHT PLACE lu short, -Millinery that Is artistic

We stage ii representative collection in our .undow», bul lliese ure only a few from Wir com- plete und varied slock, and customer.* -liould linke

point of seeing the many becoming models wc have now- ready for Inspection.

Very Smart Line« In .Inert, Pandan, equal to

Panama, lined block anti navy, in most be- coming shape.*, 10,(1.

Very Kin» Panama, bunded, smart little

'Iiapes, 12 _.

Pandan*, suitable for Clilldren, Maids, and

Grown-urs, 2/11, 8/11, to 0/11.

.hist Openttl. ii Shipment of .lavas, in many

bctoniing sh_.es, ¡I/O, 4,11, OMI, 8/1!.

Knockabout-Hats, In Linen, Piques, ile, grand

value, -2/11.

NLll* IX NECKWEAR.

Everything is new but Hie names, anti they elinor In the most wonderful collections of Lace, Xet, llati-tc, anti Fine Lawn ib.it tlresj the throat with new- clianji. Surplice Chemisette-, Sunshine Col- lara, Embroidered Collars, and Collars anti Cuff Scls; Xew Plcltings, Xew Klulings, Xet, Chiffon, lalee, and l.itwtl. ,

Ladles' While" anil Paris C.iilniirc Collars, in

Peter Pan, Sunshine, Princess, Empress, and evciy other new shape, tit 1/, 1/0, 1/11, 2/0,

2/11

Beautiful Ellie White Imitation Irish Crochet

Collara, very effective, 2/0 and 2/11 ea

Fine Whit. .Muslin Collars, in new .hopes, .

U.S., and trimmed with good quality Val. laces. 1/, 1/0. 1/tl, 2/(1

Jurt landed, -Otk. yards of Lice anti Xet Fril-

ling«, lu while, paris, anti black, from 0_d.

yard

The Fashionable Silk Sailor, Princess, or Peter

Pan Collar, very much worn, with U.S. ed-ic l/ll, 2/0, 2/11

White Mutlln Jabots, in great variety, 1/, 1/0,

l/ll each

Net and Lace Jabots, in white anti Paris, 1/,

1/0, 1/11, 2/0, 2/lt

Princess Collars, with silk, lace, or mu«Iin

ends, very stuart, 1/11, 2/0, 2/11, to 4/11

each

White N'ct and .Muslin Pin-ons, well made, and

trimmed Val. lace, 1/, 1/0. l/ll.

Silk Ninon 1'lcatod Pin-on«, absolutely the

_i.ctll.sl thing seen in neckwear, 2/11, 3/0, 9/11, to .TO.

.»dies' Net and Muslin Costume Kronls, with

or without collnrbamls, hundreds to choose frcm, at ¡¡IO, 3/11. 1/11, 5/11, 0/11, S/ll

NEW VEILS AND VEILINGS.

Black. White, and Coloured Ninon U.S.

Veils, any shade, 2/11 and 3/11 each.

.Magnificent range of new Black and White

Silk Veils, at 2/11, 3/11, 4/11, to 10/0 each.

Ninon Motor Veils, well made, and in every

colour, 4/11 each.

Black-, White, und Coloured Veilings, In new-

est dc.lgiis, dd" Od.. 1/, lo 2/0 yard.

Fluffy daintiness In Feather Boas, in great

array, whether you want It In marabout, coque, or -.strich, we have it, with vc tclliiig effects and in many coitiuliiatlons.

BLOUSE SECTION.

Hlon;rs Hint glic with every movement of

"dire gill, thil lend themselves to every occasion likely to occur through the long summer ilaya. They ure remarkably well nintlc and well cut. Hi?

s.io-Ung al 10/0.

10,0.-Ilf.iv. weight White .lap. Silk Blouse,

willi lum down lollur ant! pocket.

10,0.-While Voile Ulomo, beaullfully tucked,

deep lum down collar iintl pocket, î-sleeve, tillar .mt) luffs Irllnmed with Imitation Irish trochet inserí ion and lace.

111/0.-A well cul, good quality Tu"sor_ Silk

Blouse, in all sizes, with turn down collar and pocket.

lu/o.-Dainty White .Muslin Blouse, front beau-

tifully embroidered, high collar, and full length sleeve.

10/0.-Smart While Voile Blouse,, daintily

Irimrucd with Bulgarian colours, in ninny design.'. "

OH EAT VALUE IX

GLOVES AND HOSIERY.

Nothing in Hie w\iy of apparel I'B more salis

facturv lo n woman than a shapclv, nice fitting glove, whether It has the ginee finish or Hie soft suede, and nothing l9 more an noying than, just when she thinks' she has cappctl Hie climax of fetching toilet by drawing on the exactly right'shade of glove, to have It rip or tear. It Is our einecUl pains In buying gloves to avoid these ex- perience«.

Ladles' Long While Glace Kid Gloves, all

sizes, good fit, 2/11 pair ,

Litllra' Grey and Pastille Kid Gloves, 8-button

length, wonderful value, 2/11 pair

Ladles' Long Black, While, and Coloured

French Kid Gloves, reliable makes, guaran ' teed, 0/11, 0/1!, 7/1! pall

Ladles' Short Kid Gloves, in black, white,

beaver, grey, pastille, mole, navy, brown, 2/11, 3/11, 4/11, 5/11 pair.

Ladies' Long Fabric Gloves, in black, white,

pastille, and beaver, li, 1/6, 1/11, 2/0, 2/11

pail

Ladies' Long While and Black Pure Silk Gloves,

very reliable, 2/0, 3/0 pair

Ladies' Black Lisle Hose, in plain and lace

designs; all the newest ideas now open; 1/, 1/3, 1/0, 1/0, 1/11, 2/0 pair.

Ladies' White Lisle Hose, In plain and lace,

beautiful patterns, 1/, 1/0, 1/11, 2/6.

Ladies' Tan Lisle Hose, in plain and lace;

n splendid variety, from 1/ to 2/11 pair.

Ladies' Tan Silk and Lisle Hose, also cham-

pagne, grey, moie, while, mid black, double sole-, spliced hecla. 3/11 pair.

Ladles' Black tllitl White Silk and Lisle Hose,

2/0, 2/11, to -VI pair.

Lndh's' Black Lisle llo_e, with embroidered

fronts and contrasting Clocks; very much worn, and in .1 large variety of designs and colours, 1/, I/O, l/ll, 2,'U, 2/11.

PRICE-LIST. CONTINUED NEXT COLUMN.

DRESS AND FAI.HION.

M. M,

LEADING CIIAriiL STJ_._-_i

J

DRAPERS,.

r «-VIIR'AN.

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UNDERCLOTHING DEPARTMENT.

OuF Ladles' Underclothing lins the two merits which distinguish the liest from the other kind. Dnlnly and attrnttiic in design, its outstanding feature is comfort in wear, willi reliable quality. Hie prices ure more than reasonably low, because

desire jour continued custom.

At ¡l/ll.-A thron-oiit line of Strong Madapo

1.1111 Undcnitirls, with deep flounce of »trone, cmbroiderj'.

At 2/0.-A Camisole oi Strong lladnpolam.

squale neck, daintily trimmed limn, tiniehctl lace and insertion, all nude with Bleevc und basque, in size» 2Jin, 'to 30in. waist.

At 5/IL-A Dainty Camisole, foi u dainty Cup

frock. This is in line lawn, trimmed front ami luck with scrolls of Val. insertion, with sleeves; all sizes.

At S/ll.-Princess Robe, in best Madapolam,

good shape top, square neck, Torchon lace nnd insertion, deep flounce trimmed same,

a real bnrrraln line.

At 1/11.-Inlauts' Washing Dresses of Creme

Corduroy, smocked fronts and sleeves, turn

down collnrs.

A ilslt of inspection will be instantly concluidle |

a» to the advantages of purchasing here and now.

CHAPEL STREET,

PRAHRAN*.

272 FLINDERS STREET (Opposite Central Station).

A MAGNIFICENT NEW SHOPPING CENTRE.

Till: NEW CIVIL SERVICE STORES i

Centrally and I onvcnlentlv Situated, right HPI'OSITK the CENTRAL RAILWAY STA- TION, close to all tram» ami truins, magni- ficently built on most approved line?, per- fected with eicrj* moiler!! improvement, cqnippcel so as to render ii faultless service in the advantageous selling ni Quality Good»

direct to the Public of Victoria.

COOPERATION. COMBINED WITH QUALITY, INTEGRITY, VALUE, .»ATI.NFACTION, CONFIDENCE-Tilla IS TO HE OUR PERSISTENT AND CONSISTENT POLICY. .

It is in the unique Co-operation bctwo Buyer and Seller (i.e., the* .TURK mid I

PUBLIC) that the new CIVIL SERVICE STORK makes ll»elf doubly.worthy of youl putronage. YOUR interests a're our»-that I», ne seek to .ive a liberal!.- in value that hitherto ha» remained linattcmptcd-n libe- rality thal permanent!*, co-operates the In- terests nut! welfare of both buyer nnd seller.

SUPPLIED AT LlJW PRICKS

Any of the following (kinds nrc Supplied mu Promptly, C'ontiiulou»lv, with Eiery At- tention, nile! 1*0111111010 Guarantee oí Reliable

.unlit)' ami Fullest Values:

Groceries

Tailoring (Emile»' and

Gentlemen's)

Mere*cry une] Boj s'

Clothing'

Stationery llitulwiirc

I'liin.i und (Ila-» Jewellery Bread

I'.i-try. Cakes,

Confectionery.

FURNITURE and CARPETS nrc SP!*: CIA LEY IIISI'IAYEI) in Our Temporary Prenti*., Cornet or RUSSELL and LITTLE

COLLINS STREETS.

THE CIVIL SERVICE STORKS, THF. CIVIL SERVICE STORKS, THE CIVIL SERVICE STORKS,

MELBOURNE'S NEW SHOPPING CENTRE,

272 FLINDERS STREET

(Opposite Flinders Street Station).

We have just completed ONE OF'THC LARGEST PURCHASES Ol' MUSLIN AND VOILE COS- TUMES EVER MADE SOUTH OF THE LINE, direct from the manufacturers, at a uniform of 50 per cent, off ordinary prices.

e pureba». con.Uts of 700 COSTUMES. OF MUSLIN AND VOILE OF' THE MOST UP-TO

DATE STYLES EXTANT.

350 ONI.-PIKCK WHITE .MUSLIN ROBES, trim

.ned Swiss headings and insertions, with square, round, and V*slinped necks, also high collars, back and front fastcniugs; all at"

8/11.

150 ONE-PIECE KMnitOIDKRF.D MUSLIN

ROBES, lull length bklrt of embroidery, i

loped nice, blouse trimmed willi Val. and Guipure insertion, in scierai designs; at

12/11-,

ISO ONE-PIECE VOILE'ROBES, well trimmed

w'ith line Guipure insettion nnd Torchon bead* lugs, finished at erjist with Guipure edging; also plain white linen Puritan collars of self materials and colours; al! Bargains at

15/11.

100 ONLY WHITE and CREAM MERCERISED

EMBOSSED VOILE RUBES, set in sleeve, finished at neck with linen beudings,

sizes; at

21/.

50 ONLY, including a LOVELY -ASSORTMENT

lit IIA.ND.lOMl; EMBOSSED VOILE and CREPE ROBES; alho In coloured floral de- signs. Ihcbc nrc nil samples, and honestly worth from 3 to 4 guineas each; all to go

at

30/.

CHAMPION OF CHEAPNESS,

123-131 CHAPEL STREET,

PRAHRAN.

SALVAGE FIRE SALE NOW

ALVAGE FIRE SALB NOW SALVAGE FIRE BALE NOW

-wind,_.... , .... .quires, betöre going out, onlv to rub Into the skin a little of Hie Novena Sunproof und Wilidproof Creme. One may then face the scorch- ing sun and keen winds without the slightest fear of sunburn, tun, freckles, mu! sallowncss. The iligri-dient» of this unique speciality make the skin Impervious to discoloration. Price 2/ and ;l l). postage Id. All chemists', or llclenu Kubin stein Prop. Ltd.. De-pt. T., 274 Col1lus.Mi.ct, Mel bourne, or 158 Pitt stree!, Sydn-"

FACE MASSAGE, Steaming, YapourUlng.-Sit-

tings, 8/0; Wrinkles Removed by Electric Treatment. .1. S. Kvc, toilet hair specialist, HI Bourke st., op._Mar_et. _

FREE Dlstllbutlöti "of Special-TriaMlôttlcTôl

Turkish HENNA (or Grey Hair. Send Id. stamp. Duerdin and Sainsbury, Melbourne._ GREY HAIR 'l.N-nNG.-Úíc"Bi¡l'sh .tain, non

metallic. Dr. Orifflths's No. 1/ "Pyrold," perfect light shades. Nos. 1, 2, 3, dark, mid., light browai. Ediucuts', Cole's, chemists.

DRESS AND FASHIOlt. -V

"I HAII.MIXG' COATS and GOWNS --'HARMING COATS and GOWNS

CHARMING COATS and GOWNS

- CUP CARSTl AL - CUP CARNIVAL . CUP CARNIVAL

? READ'S, .

HEAD'S, . . READ'S, .

P R A II It A X.

OPEN TILL IO O'CLOCK TO-NIGHT.

i READ'S GOWNS, although Ihuill by the master minds of

¡Fashion, featuring the desh

able points or smartness and originaliti, ure al all times iCxecedingly moderate in price, awl HI. lli'S PRICKS. It Is well known, arc hacked Ind- iquai!! v-hence their popularity. ,I.ct it lie known that a finer («how of CHU' .MILLINERY. i.'rom Vienna mid Paris, DAINI'Y I RACE (¡OWNS, PEERLESS i HACE SUNSHADES, HAND SOME RACE UNDERSKIRTS, IIIKAUTIFUL * BLOUSES,

(¡OllNS and COSTUMES, and PERFECT RACE FOOTWEAR. cannot, by any chance or mis ¡chance, be found in the Com lieionwealth. Novelties arc dis Iplavetl in eveiy department .SOMETHING DIFFERENT from IAN I THING SHOWN BEFORE,

I Take the ELEVA roll to the ¡First I "loo., .'where we will be delighted lo have you view and IrV on at jour l_h_r_. There is ii surety of. atWaction at lendant upon .all purchases ef- fected under the economising 'Influence of the C. M. HEAD l-o's LOW PRICES.

Troni S4/ to £0/6/, there is a fine

selection 67 French Model Race Coat-, replicas of tilt- most advanced styles,1 in rich Silks, Brocades, Brache**, Sponge, Satins, A.c., in beautiful colourings.- ,

From 31,(1 to -3'.-DRESSY DUST and SUM

.'1ER COATS, ill Tuffelu, Satins, "c, willi sinai t Ruglan sleeve*. . '

From 23/(1- MOTOR DUSr-COAT.S ill CRASH,

very well cut und finished, fittutl with new Raglan slceio-.

At 211/0, ni, mill 53/ Each.-TDK EVER-USE-

FUL RAINCOATS, In leading shades and nil lengths.

At 61/ und Lui:,'.-Model. Cup Cos-

tumes, in onc-plero styles, and ele-

gant coil and skirt' effects; - UM!ILLY I'nlCED.at S, 0, and IO (¡U1NLAS catii.

At 0.1,, 7V, and 9i'.-I Glorious Range ot

IXI.lilXI FRENCH MODELS, in one piero ode. t«, for Race and .Summer Wear. Mostly in Silks, Set*, nuil Appliques.

From 50/ to 0.1/.-Exceptionally Smart Frocks

-toit nul 'l.lrt styles-aim in which and coloured one-plot e designs.' "New* goods, well worth inspecting.

From :l_ (> lo 05,.-I Yen- Select Collection

of I'AC-LfSIVK LINGERIE DRESSES, in _, Whil Silks, Voile, anti Crepes. Most pei

lerl Summer Effects.. .., .

Al 21/, 25/0, and 20,0.-C'OAT und SKIRT

COSTl'MI_-, tailor-made-, i in white und coloured Piques. Taffrlas, Bedford Cords, kc. -At 12,11, 15 0. Ilrtll, and _lr.r-BAHGAlX COS

TFAIr-S in ONE-I'll"! l: EFFECT-, in Sponge t'lntlw, Ciepe, Voiles. Mtldlns, Tussore«, tie.

.it ii,ii.-winn: LMUROIJIKHY, COSTUME.,

one-piece stiles, richly trimmed ». .I.IJ'OULMtLY 15/(1. Al IVI..-ALL - WOOL . FRENCH OI1ALY

FROCK*'.RWiULlRLY 29/0. ALI. WOOL FRENCH CHAl.Y.l'ROCKS ..

.' .. HKOULIRLY 2*1/0. Al IO,«- WV are Selling ! To-day about 30

LOOLT FEATHER I101S. long, vrry full, and beautifullv curled. - .u

At 55 .-Special Illino in OSTRICH FE\THF.H

BO IS. An extremely pretty showing of the-e good«. '

Al !_!_.-.haul -SO CHARMING LACK TUNICS

mid OVMIDRKSSKh, In 1.1 it k or ivor.-., ideal for race, fete, dinner, anti evening w JUST ABOUT HALF-PRICE.

At 10/13 Each, Reduced horn 21/ Each.

-Lililíes' SOFT SATIN UNDER- SKIRTS, with deep flat-pleat«! Ilounce, black and while, grey anti white, blue and white stripes; also, lu plain nav.v% brown, grey, hello., sk.v, pink, saxe, and fawn., These are up-to-date garnients, and ex- ceptional value.

At 2S O.-Lidies' MILANESE SILK FS'DEII

SK1RT-. with deep llut-plruttd satin flouiiic, lu mole, black, navy, and Ivory ; lovell Al 15,«.-Ladles' M1LINESE SILK KNICKERS.

Directoire style-, with clastic at waist and knees, finished with white satin rosettes; In black and white only.

At I/I1--Ladies' FLORAL CREPI'. KIMONAS,

in all good colours, and large sizes One of our special value llnrs.

At Dld.-The BALANCE of our STOCK of

Ladles' ALL WOOL Vli-STS, while and natural, short or long sleeves;. .USUALLY 1/11 and 2/0.

We hal e now a Full Supply of Washing

Trimmings, for Tub Frocks, includ- ing FROGS and TASSELS, Gui- pure Drop Edging«, ar 74d., Od., Ililli., mid 1/ yard. IV HITE CRO CHKT HUT-OX.--, oil sires, "lil. to 1/11 doren, in round anti Hat styles.

We would nl«n osk our Customers, to «cc the Daintl Little TRIM MINGS for ( IIILIIRKN'S WASH- ING 1-RK.S.ES, which are in J to ,!¡ inch width«, and all coloullngs, a! 2_d. lo 7_.d. jurd.

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At 1 HJ.-WHITE LIWN SKIRTS, a bargain

line, some made with wide luck back and Iront, others with panel; all sues, (client for holiday wear.

At .Til und 5/11.-WHITE ORGANDI MUSLIN

BLOUSES, trimmed with wide Swiss em- broidery anti Val. lace, slightly sollet!; .HFOULIRLY S/Il and 15/0 At fl/ll.-llltESSY SKIRTS, 111 nl.AC'K and

CREAM SICILIAN, well cut and tailored, some with wide luck effects, and others with linne] ; all sires. '

At li 11.-WHITE LINEN SKIRTS, made . in

torslct design, with wide tuck down centre hont, finished with self huttons and pocket on lift side.

At 12'11.-OUT SIZE SKIRTS, lu BLACK and

NAV. SICILIAN, nude with inverted pleat al balk, and nnh'ied willi buttons. ALSO, OLD BLEACH WHITE LINEN SKIRTS, in new- designs, including the button silt at

foot.

At 11,0..-WHITE «PONGE CLOTH SKIRTS,

coislet wulst, also in wide tuck effects, flnishid with ciotliet huttons.

At 10/0-NAVY FOX -SERGE WALKING

SKIRTS, beautifully cut and flnMicd, trim- med willi buttons .. REGULARLY 10/0.

REDUCED from 1S'9 lo 13/(1 Pair.-Ladle

SIMPLE ENAMEL Kill DERBY SHOES, tillite lamb linings, Cuban Ur/cls, plain toes or capped, silk tics; very smart.

REDUCED from I" 9 to 5/11 Pair.-Ladle«'

SAMPLE KID BUTTON BOOTS, ill sizes 5, U. and 7 on!., soft kid tops, patent caps, light shapes.

REDUCED from 21' lo 10/0 Pair.-Ladles'

SNOW BUCKSKIN LACE BOOTS, goloshcd, punched, full round toe»; all sines.

REDUCED from IS/9 to in/9 Pair.-GENTS'

SAMPLE BOOTS anti SHOES, in tan willow calf, Derby ftonts, up-to dale shapes, welted soles, gootl colours; all sizes.

WRITE FOR OUR NEW CATALOGUES.

THE CHAS. M. READ STORES,

CHAPEL STREET, -

SBESS Alf» i FASHIOH.

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TOR CUP WEAH.

GE

FOR BIO VALUES.

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RGES' - FOR .SMARTEST STYLES.

' *'%*bAYÍV-:TO-r¡AYl'' -'

TO-DAY! TO-DAY!

"WHEfin THE WEATH-Tt FLAG FLIES."

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Willi Extra Assistant«-F.itra Smart Models in endless larlety of exclusive slj les-Extra Special Value, GEORGES' MILLINERY Departments ill particular, on the ground and first floors, will TO- DAY bo the Central Attraction rp Race-

goer».

HOLIDAY HATS, too. in numerous pretty elicits, are offered at Specially Templing Prices. - ' "»

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An Iiiexpcnslie Stilish COSTUME, all " readv' to put on, is easily chosen when one has »o much delightful wear to »elect from in GEORGES* COSTUME SHOW- ROOM, 'die prices are conspicuously

low I

MOST PI.E4SÎMÏ COSTUMES

For

RAC'KGOINO or HOLIDAYING!

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..ORGES* ItACE SEASON. . ACCESSORIES

IN LADIES' BAGS.'

Tor Dainty Hace Risp-i you mupt see Gcorgei.

lonely sliqw, evcryUiInç the very, latest and most vuitublc for the seanon, Novelties in new Mc till Il_(f_, with pretty chain lund les; Fancy Head Bags, In single colour or com- bination .hade»; Lace nnd Crochet Hags, New Oriental, Tussore, White Kid Bajrs. in all Ihr latest lo riff «ha pu; Black or Whit*. Moreen Bags, new shapes, new slindcf, new mounts, in suede., scal-ikfn, morocco, puni», Russian leathers:' &pç«itl 'TMjV shown al GO, 10/6, K.# '10/6, 2|A, M/' td tó/ each.

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EORCES' «ACE SEASON ACCESSORIES

INFl.VrilKRBOVS.

Ostrich Feather Boa«, in finest Egyptian rod

tilers, the wv, short length nelrich boa iluished, with ribbon or tassel ends to match; wicca, ty li, 7/0, 10/6, 12/0, -J/S/O, 21/, to rull úngln Heal Ostrieh Boas, in black, .black

and "!,.).<?.. srpy«,". yh. te» natural, and a fe» irffiir_nq)fllii.fi.Ji]njouy-straiid ostrich and marab'om. btnlep, t Snjjfhcd silk, tasiel «?nu;

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1 RACE SEASON ACCESSORIES

IN SUNSHADES. T '

For the Racing Season, Variety, Quality, Style,

and Value ha.c been our chief considerations. Wa nrc ofTerinf. a number of \try tempting lines in dainty Sunshades» colourings of nil description, Including shot effect»', daintv stripes, floral ly»rtlei-s,^_Tus<wrc, black* and white, blues, preys cherry, biscuit, purple,, rose, greens; pink, browns, saxe, navy, royal. reseda; smart toblc-top handles, flor.t and fancy crook?, noielty * shapes, in pagoda (shades, a great display of combination effects, in black and white, white and blue, grev and while; prices, 10/0, 12/0, 35/0, 17/6, 19/6, 21/, to 35/ each. . ". "

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GORGES* RACE SEASON ACCESSORIES

IN LADIES' HOSIER V,

Always' npw, fresh nnd up-to-date, our* Stocking

Department is Ulled ti-ltli dainty noicltles' -li suitable - for the moing scason_~thc- litest tr.insp.rcnt (l.urc Lisies, in hine-, ihhitc, iiltll self or fancj coloured embroidered clot,

GEOROES' RACE SEASON ACCESSORIES IS

"JVAD1ÜS' GLOVES.. . . . "

Long White' Real Brussels Hld1 Clores, line

qiMlitv,'«uibHIc f0r"*Haeo','(Itiiins"_'i Even- ing WL.r,1' pcrfcePrrlttilTg,''an,d 'cVérj' pair . guaranteed; prices, 0/11, 7/11,' 1»/Ö, 10/6, 12/8 * a pair * " '

' Lung While Naples Kill GIovcs,-12 or 16 button

length, highlj" teeommeni|cd for fitting, wear, nnd good appearance; pilccs, 3/11» and 5/11 . .1 pair -._.-., ...

Long Veli et Suede (lloics, in »Idle,' black,

paslelle, bcnier, gre.v, browns, nflv.v;. prices, '.'/II and 3/11 u pair.

?Í-"7-7--r

t- GF_ORf.k8**OtTP KOOTWKVR, 21/. [ .-¡EORi.LS' CUP FOOTWEAR, 21/.

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A Golden OpportunÜv.to Secure Dainty Foot-

wear for Race 'Wear, - .tust Arrived, at GeoritPä*. second lloor, special importation of the Hiiïlie^t-irrado l.nglish, Australian, and American Footgear; also daintv Sample Pairs of "BecfUe** Roots and Shoes, in smart, racy sljle?, from 21/ a pair. - .

Price?, from 21/_pair ?. .. Georgia' 2nd flpor.

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C E O R G. E S' GREAT CURTAIN SM.E. * '

GREAT CURTAIN "SALE. *'.* '

BARGAIN BASEMENT.

1'AVOIjRlTE CON.N'ISTON- LKCr. CURTAINS, . beautiful design, lisutillj* sold at 22/0 and

2.5'; non- mnrl.ed at 18/0 pair

IMITATION GUIPURE CURTAINS, strong

thread, white onlj'; at Georges' onlj', 11/6 pair

DOTATION SWISS LACE CURTAIN, hand-

some design, usually 1 guinea; reduced to

13/«

VERY PRETTY, Light, Lacy Effect, in white,

ecru, lvorj-, inth ribbon scroll bonier, usually 20/; now to dear at ll/O pair

AT 12/0 PAIR, ii Beautiful Curtain, lattice . centre design; a Bargain indectl

.SEVERAL CHOICE PATTER-NS to choose from ' In Curtains ut 10/0; the bet of good lalue.

A r 7/6.-Curtains, «eil north 10/0, will be

offcrcel.

Pour Différent Patterns at ./li ; ciery one

north 7/0.

T\BLE of GOOD RARGAINS.-Only One Pair

of Each Pattern, marked at prices that will clear them qurr.lj*. Prices range from 2/11

lo sa/.

G

E O R G E S'- GEORGES'

(Second Ploor).

Leather MOTOR CUSHIONS, willi straps, 21', LEATHER TRAVELLING CUSHIONS, best

qualitj-, 22/0

S.VIV CUSHIONS, in black, cerise, giry. snxe.

blue, ililli,, old rose, gold, large size, beauti- fully finished,,

TUSSORE CISH10N* COVER, hanilsorac hem-

stitched border, an.* shade, 13/6

STENCILLED CURTAINS, to ailj design, from

22/0 up

BKUiTIKlH, SUE BLUE POPUN* CUR-

TAINS. t»teiicillcil nml tamboured; all prices NEW TUSSORE BRISE BISE, icry popular

stiles, from 7/0

CRETONNES, for loo. coicrs, Ijlest shadow

effects; a handsome range to select from

LAMP SHADES, newest eflccts in coloured silk,

tilth beaded effects, to match curtains, "c.

Put GEORGES' FIRST on Your List of CALLS

TO-DAYÍ ,

GEORGES' - Collins Street. GEORGES' - Collins Street. GEORGES' - Collins Street.

S II I . N O L E li M .

Appears on the Top and Bottom oI-Eiery

( Genuine Tin.

Do Not Accept an Imitation. They arc Only

Offered lor Larger Profils.

S II I . S O L H U M

I« the Best

POLISH for LINOLEUMS and FURNITURE.

JUST WHAT THE LAD WANTS.

Var WHAT THE Lil) WANTS.

- NORFOLK SUIT, good quality, white drill -.lacket, 2 pleats back nrtd front, with belt -same material, button to neck or small -lapel, 2 patch pockets; -knickers nell sewn -jiul-gcnd cut; sizes 1 to 8, a.Ii; a to 1-, --0/0. ' , , ,, ,

LONDON' STORKS, --r-t-r-7,0pp. Ö|".0" LONDON STORES,,-1-T-nrvFllliilcft, St.,

LONDON-STORES,--?--.-- and Chapel st.

""RACE COSTUMES it MlLLlN_RY!"-"Seo

"-r*..CE COSTUMES 4: MIl.LINERY!"-Wini!ow

"RACE COSTUMES i. MILL1NERY!"-Displajs "RACE COSTUMES ii J1ILLINERY!"-Payne's "RACE COSTUMES _ MILLINERY!"-_on

"RACE COSTUMES A. MH.L1NEHYI"-Slurche, "RACE COSTUME, k MILLINERYP'-Uourkc "HACi: COSTUMES f. MILL1XE .YP'Titteet

HAIRS, SII'HT'IUÔ!«. -J .V Ooctor's Daughter1«

Wonderful Home Remedí-, "Med.ca,'' only outlay,' 10/O.' posted II/; cannot fail, l'rocured Foy, Gibson, Melbourne, and Adelaide._ HAIRS REMOVED by electricity ncier reappear;

latest pilent; maikless appliances; vast ex- perience; ccrtiñcHted expert. Madame Blckcrstaft, 57 Sw.n3ton_st_ _._ HAIRS (_riperfluousj*"Permancntly Eradicated by

Klcctrlritv; also Cic's Depllatorj, tor .-li- nee, 3'«, posted iineeiherc 319. .1. S. Eve, bau specialist, 111 Bourke st, op. Market,

DKESS . AND -tASHIOI..

R\

FASHIONABLE ATTIRE FASHIONABLE A T T 1 It K

FASIIIOKAJILE ATTI It ti

FOR RACE WEAR.

£OR .«ACE WEAH,

Our showing of ' High-grade Apparel and Accessories for the pro- duction of Clever Toilettes tor So- ciety's great outdoor events pro- vides satisfactory choice-and at Melbourne'- lowest prices-always.

M I LI. IN. KUI ¡Y' A MILLI SE'll-' A

For Race wear.we now- display a Fasel nating Array of Charming Millinery. In- cluded is a choice collection of French and English Models - bcauliuil, distinctive,' artistic, and ranging in price-from s J to 10 guineas.

Amongst the many excellent btyles we show for Race use are some dclightlul fashions in Chene and Self-coloured .Silks, and a number of most exclusive Novelties, with chiffon covers and lace trimmed.

Fresh shipment of Parisian fsavcUic., just arrived, include the lutest styles in Collars, Neckband«, Ostrich Boas, In ulalu and lancer feather; Dainty Combinations

in silk and feather, de.

* t Never before l-ia fashion allowed such a

wide range in colour, shape, und material, and at no time has our stock been so com- plete and varied ni Its assortment us ut

present, comprising as it does Necklcta. ranging in price from 7/0 to 1J guineas.

New Shadow- lalee Net ami Muslin ami

"avec.-Pin-on* Cravats'and .iabtits; 1/11, , atti. Jo 5/1!.ouch. -, - -

Fine 1-ice-cmbroidcred Muslin, Lace anti

Muslin Collai*;, lu new- sunshine anil other fashionable shapes; 1/0, 1/11, 2/11,

to 9/11 each

Real Irish Crochet Neck» car, exception-

ally line assortment; Pln-on Cravats, from 3/(1 each; Jabot«, with collars, from 19/0 each; CoHurs, in all shapes, from J/H each.

; VEltó, MdyKJMN« INNOVATIONS

¡New t_.fn-.i_ Spot','- Floral, ' mid"" Fancy

Mesh Veilings, in black, magpie, and leading fashionable shades*, 1/0, 1/9, and

2/3 jan).

_ sdc Lae" Veils, new- and handsome de-

signs, sample lot at special prices, 2/11, 3/11. to 8/11 euch.

Silk Ninon- Veil», bcnistitcbod, 2 yard

long, in black, white, and all leading shodes; ./li each.

Long-Heal Kui Gloves, in black and white - only; .12 Imitons length, ,5/11 pair;' 16

buttons length. 7/11 pair. ,

Long Fine Kid Gloj>cs, stitched backs, olir

first choice, cv'cry pair guaranteed, in b!ack,e white, champagne, sand, 'beaver, brown, grey, and peorl shades; 10 Imi- tons length, 9/6 pair; 12 buttons length, .10/0 pair. , _

The -foîtovv_n_ç items, which arc ,par- ticularly suitable for Race wear, arc amongst the most exceptional values wc

have ever offered:

Ladies' Silk Ankle Hose, lisle tops and

feet, in black, grey, gold, cham- pagne, usually 2/6 pair; Special value, l/u pair.

Lathes' Mercerised Black npd White

Hose, high spliced heels and doubly soles; 7/0 per half-dozen pairs. .

, j. SEE .WINDOWS.

EARLY.INSPECTION ADVISED.'

ilourke street.

CJTinLING'S -

PTIRLISSC-S - -

ST1 R'llJSO'S, 8 T I B t I N O ' S, S T I KLING' S, S T 1 R I. 1 N G ' S, S T 1 R T, I N G ' S, S T I II L L N G ' S,

(.Flinders Street Trams Stop at Door.)

Stil ling's for Cup Stylf-H-they'liave the name-they have the variety-they .have .the vr/lues^_milLING VALUES.- ?<

To-day, willi ils myriad attractions in Dainty Race Styles, w'ill be a great tlav - one of the.row- tiny H left in which to make up for any disappointment occasioned through your Ccnlunie or Dress order being nt the last minute turned aside.

No time to lose-no shopping opportuni- ties better-.hop at Stirling's to-day. Catch Tram in Flinders street.

HEIL PANAMAS, very popular slvle«. ill

fine, genuine qualities, usually sold at 25/(1. 2D'6; nt Stirling's To-day, all

. 1U/0. Will TE BRAZIL II ITS. in three or four

beautiful styles, at Stirling'«, only .'.. .. l/ll.

JAP. SILK OXl.-riI.-E ROBES, in heavy

qualttv, tumed-down collar, fronts' finished willi large and small pearl buttons, 30/0.

WliflE JAP. SILK COATEE COSTUMES, with

long rovers anti square collar, * folded silk belt, .very smart, _../.

JAP.SILK COATEE COSTUME, Magyar sleeve.

trimmed with fine Onipure Insertion and small pearl buttons, 77/0.

CASEMENT CLOTH .Dust Coats, in navy, save,

grey, tan, with square anti crossover fronts, large turned-back cliff. 32/0.

SMART. TUSSOItK SILK Dust Coat.-with largo

collar lind rever oí black satin, and finished* with large.crochet bu-ton«, _2/o.

HOLLAND DUST COATS, with Raglan sleeve,

fastened up at neck, 29/0

BLACK SATIN COAT, with draped effects.

large collar anti turned-back cuffs of coloured

silks, 52/6.

. FINE ST-HPED'SPONGl. CLOTH, dwight bv

Stirling's at grcot discount, to clear'nl III.** heard-o! prices; .Oin. wide, fine and medium stripe, colours pink and while,, grey und white, hrlio. and white, tan mid white, gieen and white, nav'y and while, sky anti white, white and block-the latter ill live-different stripe effects; worth 1 « yard:

STIRLING'S!, ONLY.ll.d. YARD. STIRLING'S. OMA*.ll.d. YARD. TUSSORE SHANTUNG, usually I' van!, al

Stirling's only Bd. yard. Beautiful cloth, very popular, best quality: colours white, ivory, biscuit, pink, sky, lime, light save, darfc saxe, .butter,"hone.!, tan, brown, light vieuv rose, dark vieux rose, llglil nnv.y, navy and black: sold everywhere tit 1/ yard;

. i- STIRLING'S ONLY .e.hd.-'YAHIl.

STIRLING'S ONLY .ltd.-.ARD.

white, ivorv, am! ecru., .. 5 11. ANOTHER LINE. S.cvard« longun white unit.

In charming panel and tloral effects, only .. .. '..'. ..'.. ..* .. .. 9/Ü. SI ILL ISO! HEU. und decidedly exceptional,

3} vard. Pure.NOriTNGIIAM LICE CUR- TAINS. In ecru anti white, displaying line;

STIRLING'S, .- ST.RLIN STIRLING'S, - For-STIRLING'S; STIRLING'S, - Stirling -- ST"'LINO'S. STIRLING'S.-'-« V-lucs.-STIULISO'S,

STIRLING'S, - STIRLING'S,

(O. Stirling »nil Son* Pty. Ltd.),

Corner BRIDGE "HOAD and CHURCH "STREET. Corner BRIDGE ROAD-and.CHURCH STRI.LT

HICtl-tOXD.

RICHMOND.- -

H

0 M E H N T E R 'T A I X 1 X G,

Amusements for Ki

By IV. H. CIIENERY,

A hook- full of entertainment and p.-oftlnhle .lv_. , sion for all in the family, m- nny party that) may' gather. Only the beat, brightest, and cleanestl

HOLLAND'S RESTORER Is used and rciom

mended by doctors rirrywhc'r. as the best preparation for weak and__fal!!ng hair, __ "ÄUEKN BEC," of""Tlic,.li«tr«l»«lañ7'"w>:

sol "To promote' äiowtli. lítete is nothing II

reliable than Holland's Hair Rc.torcr."

DRESS AND FASHIOIT. l'Htyi/'ivr v-;-r_

ou

LOSlLMIi.

i-tripul Sl'ONGl C1 OTU, one piece,

Costume-, 42/ . _, ,_".

Plain SPONG1 CO I IT E mid SKIRT,

irlnlinid with "it frills, ne» draped skirt 7J/Ü.

COAIi uni Skin Us. in re-ildn, saxe,

mole, nan, _iei, ind black, coat lined nilli silktHlS/O ",_"_" Ni» »lIlk'lHlPl.IMrCOVl'Snild SKIRTS,

from 0 tunic i

Oin imrt IHOUiS in larious styles

mil loluins new Migjur bodice, Ira. eil "ktrt, from 0 | ulm is

.min IWitti llHTirs 1011.1 one piece

COsri Ml S, ne« st. lo of silk coatee,

ri\ u'tTl'l DI C1IIM". COSTU5ILS,

fnilll .1 ¿lime l-l

I Iii.mt 1)1 uk HIIOCADi; COATS anil

Plain SKIlt T- lil gulnias

t» lirocailLiI (III PI 1)1 COIN P. COMM tiiiiiiniil with lace, new limpid si lit, ii !_IIIIILis

DI SI LOW'S in tiis-on, ne» simile»,

trlmmiel nilli satin lind la«, Horn 42/ i.|i»ard ,

»i ou »111 be elcllghtcd mill our show 'luir of Loo1» fur It lee Wear dlllltlli umiicel for tour imipiition

i on ma) "elect

ltictiie outht 1 trouble-nuil pi

trouble

¡.¡mt-goi ii neil'anl) bl jour own tasle "liiiïtl'.nmo-iiit ofTTiejm-j-Jou-ile'irc to pcnel .

for \our"ell

RACI JUGS. Ac J'

Sterling Siller GIIWN B \G=, 42/, li/,

47/G lu 100/ nell

lrer-plaliel, Metal CHUN' BAGS

btfaplliiCm-riHlllttt HAGS inretln'

.?fle)r,*i't>.lir'Wlet"mo*ilct''f, nilibili Mil,

atuHlttuS rilunt» ileiithel. -iraílcl lliiiunls.vnll.sliidi-, 11/, 17/0, 21/, lo licionslilre, longTnpc, nnd l'iuçlofie

LI Will It UM S, ill the llhiiest le. thin, 1(1/0 12/11 I'll lu 40/ each.

rruin-i II WHIR I) Id in black

I c-tom-, 7/0, 10/, J'/O, to, JJ/

¡TtSSORI ll\GS sel( colours, 0/0, 7/0,

JU/ll e nil

III Ml 111(1"-, llul-: man mid I'ui-ley

elie it 7/0 111/ 12/!, to «1/ indi

Bt CM I i und ( L\Si'\' In Parisian

mil Rhine non s, i></Ml'ácttln_'. J It Jo 11/0 tJih i in *"

Mound lilli! OliVAltF-TP-. slides combs and inn*., »I lo i/'l cub

lltlsL DlJlgtl-e in 1 uhiroll 'tinel Phrls undi I.LM II Wirti 11*. mionciii », 10 lo 1/11, PI N DIM»» I/O to 10 0 M (hi I r_ i/O lo 10/11 I WIRINGS 2/U lo 10/0 1 nanni on Silur HW PINS, 2/0, 1 , to ./(I c ii h

Tiltod II lilli Its tci and luncheon,

I.ii . 1 mel 0 pcisons, 27/0, io/, to 1 0/ cull

ISÎ NSllWlls

'RICH billi. --eH ehlntiriyijicnire, with 1 -ailtr stupe tudi i Otimiüu* bohlers

litiick mu tie prune s sme, lue le,' blown, ni o »bit. tintl 1)1 i"k stripe nilli enlouied borders lejellng no lillies in stnks to miteb, 12/0, 15/0, ltl/0 tu ")/ inch

-TJir MUTUAL,-j

Melbourne's I eiding Department

. Store,

Op I linders Street Stat!, n

Where cierjlhing .Is »lie bestir*--! ]by actual test

Vic lime plci-nire In nnnounctng the mill bl Hie mill stcinicr, s s Me

inn in riaivinso In our table of ti irj sieelil line ol Cnpc de Chine

lliixl ei.tUiilfub|-ic it mqsl fashion ibl. mr jn ipi wur, ililli tun) es up cn t fit ctiu li ljlti) eelslúinei!, coat, mel skirt» U ! ' ' ''?' r

______ __J__.»_ (H ,- -', l,

Tile shipment is -pewrlly attricttie s it includes e number of eery scarce Indi" ind tin t imltli I-, of nu el .eptionilli high st-inilird

Hie colours ure light ind dirk miv, rojal, tin uistiti i bim Dungarbin

_\i nnixioi apricot, flinn,

moll -*gri'l nnitbv»-t, infle!, Illino, heliotrop, »li, eoril Ae It is 41

' is »ide, lindene arc charing tile

at 7/11 pir i ml .,

| _«o spec!II iiilui M ,1 lili* willie nnd eriniil 44 inches nillo, 4/11, 5/11,

0/11 10 ll/l. per i (rd

-T li I M li T U \ L,

Mclbounre*.

Op ITindcrs Street Station,

M here eierjihing

the best

|bj aetinl test

"J UDXC.AI. AND IA .g NOTICES

, A t.l.R-»Hif; cMluvjUon of foiuticn iljjs from Hie -tX public, itinurluupf ipi Ue iii ni mil bi mude lo thei Suniiim louikil Wctmji ni Its I ininti Inn diction tint IT HI US ti MIMI MSTI1 \T ION «lill Hu «ill, illumed of the istjte e¡( \WLLIlll S'lPft VIU Wl UN lilt of olí I nuki slrect, Hil

lirnt ! ist in lie ten ii butcher ileitii ed, mu be Lrulllod to Cbirlis Inglin of Hie tillie uldress, Cltner, i son of Hu sill iluci-.nl ml the sole le "Mice in the »nil «ill mint lum d

lilted lins loth du if October J II l__ A1TI It Hit ixplnlion of foiirtun den from Hie

pilbil! it lilli hereof ttpphenllnu mil lu junie I) Hu Supreme ( uiirt if Hu »-titi of Wetum in its Prob Ho jem lletion tb't I'HOBWI of the Will, of »II I UM 111 li I It Wl hu of Neptune street St bibil in Hie Mid SI it. lilintMiiith de iciicil, m ii be grtntiel to 1 li/abcth Burns Bertram, of Ni|itU!n.«tr.eil .»! hil/In iflne mli spinstti, the CMCUITK ujlneil in end upiiotntoel li thiilMid «111

Oiled tlus j!itb/un or Oct iln" mil

III NDHISON und lllhl 410 I ittli Collin*, streit

Melboiiiiie prs I rs foi Hit cMcuIrK

\TOITCI tn eui ni runs-id n\\ in HWMN

-k> Ml I'll Ml Meei i-i I Pursuant to the Ir I ts

.eel ISO« uni II i is lu ribt ililli Hill all per ona hilling uni i linn" ig-iin t Hu elite .if Ililli! Hlllklll MePluil lue I Hie Minions Stridmoki

lil the Stile of lie Iori i "lum di iA t til «lui died eui the Hillleeulh ein ii lull 111! mil pin bute of ,n hose «ill «is.rininl lu Illili Mil'hul of Tile dilldoll- *'-.

i.ociitr

uro herebj i

of such U. MMSinoi li lu. tit «i\th el ii of 1'e.ciii

bef licit lo the Mid Illili Mi I'h ni me oí the undersigned, mid ni ti i, is linn lint liter tint date the sue! I Hill Mel'hnil »ill proceed to elistll

bute the assets of Hu »aid dt inset! luion.st Hie persons etitltlcel limito lining regirel onie lo Hu claims of »lue li "111 slnll then Inn hld noilcc, IBU «III not be liable foi Hu n ils ni un put thin if so illslulnit.il to nu [in-, ii uf «hue claim rlie «hill not hate bul iinlui

Dnled Ibis tntiilt ninth di,, of Oetnlier ion

VRIHLR I Hill if Killumi sncit Nile (ind

ill Mill O pit i loi ten til. i ill exeiiitrK

é"\liildo«" Stn lln fi .c ii|oit>ml . pui-.e i, the itrk named pi nut ,nip.liitn! be liie -,|I I «ill, erebj ic.iilnr I lu si Nil -i NO11( f m «riting

-10-0110? Is herebj gieen tint Kier the cvplntior -e.it of foetrttcil dus iiont tin ¡tulillcstion hereof appllcalion «HI be muli to the Siipieme (omt of thes-tM-lte» of \teloriit lu its Prahlte Imistlleuon, that 11 TI HIS of WlMlNISTItiriON nf the is lato of SUiWI IILINCIH siiniMW hie of Nunibtr Tblltl sittn ^siriitd Noith Williimslomi

in the Mid Si Hi, »ni.» eleri istil «iib the will of Hie Slid titi HIM ii inni\. I inn be- "rnili 1 lo \rthlir Til« ird Shurp of I mill Nuinlur rwelill Cnmpbel! ulm! lliihiiionil III HU SIIII State commercial trutllci i MI ni I toiiiin mil one of the net of I in of lln -,"1 in, i e,| \",iic loseplune 1 igir (in Hu MI! «ill nllci! linne I I igg ), of Niilnbii llnrlj seien Slnrnil, «illilmis loein, nfores-iiil, i-timstii Hit soli i\cenlri*i imuHjii jn, i\iii) II pointed 11 Hu saul uill huilng -HUtulu.cil Uld dise I lim il prob He thereof

(Illili this lOth dal if Oitobti Lill, ,

JWIIS IIW1 1 muh ml lluilduigs, 17 Queen

street Melljouint proetor lor the nppli

-i Of

SSoriCl is herely glien lint lifter Hu cipiintlon

?LIS of founien dil- fioni Hie pnbliention bcrcol uppllc-ltion »ill lu muli ti Hu Sui nine Cpmt of Hie -I ile. of \n torn III H* Probité juris diitlon lint Piton VII* ol Hie I IS! \WI,1 mid II ST WHIM of NV Til W11 I '1 HUM IS 111 ITI It HUD lule of Mull, in Hie >l iii of \iitoiln rd Ititi fumar ilutl id inn lu (.riiiiliil to lill TleUsllIS IAICUTOIIS WD \CI\C\ COM PAN') llUm.' of 412 (olll*.-, .(ice) Mel

hbnrne in lln s.il.1 <»|j(,i. .11 ill'r Duri of Nhill aforesaid, 1 ibniiru in I ITiiiinis loseph llikin, of X\O|SI1PJ, iy ilie_ sttte of -south \tih.rulii. firmir lln i\t elliots liniied in anil ipiiumtcd bl the is. 1,1 »jil , "

siimrvN pitoi Dion! uni IIOIOLAS, _.Nhill _ proctor "__io.r. the sml e\eeuteir"^_

?VTOTICr Is lu rein *.iirn that ufti Min iipiriitiim X\ of fourteen dals irtmi lit »lubliintion hereof nppIicntJDii mil lu mule to Hu Suprenie Court of Hu Slate ol \itle>riu , in us Prokitt jlirlRlbctlOII tint PI0HV1I el Hu \WI L of Pl.rllt II l'A(,l hli of South Mobing in the stilti of \ II tarni tinner iliciisnl lu grinled to Juill) Susan U I i.'i «lelo» (birles Pi tel Ii Page, nnd ( cqr.c I huies li 1'igi firmer , nil of South Meirin. ,lfoii nil Hu mtititlK und esecutors n mud .lil i|ipoiiilti! bj lln said

«III

Dateil Ibis list dm of Oiloltr lill

* (.AHt.aiid -mulila »of k1 tlilliam flreet, Vol

bourne proilior" foi_lhi ipiilionifi

N~~ÔIICI is hirilrt gieelli Ihit ilfler Hu expirii

lion of Inurteen .Ins from Hie puliilculion hereof applieiiion «ill be iiiidi-eloeithi btipri-tih Court of tin St ite ot \ iflm in Ililli**, l'«vbi|i| Juri illitiob tim Pill)»Ml .if Hu 1 y-r. WII.l nnd lkSlAMLM-lf Ml HI I) PlDLIt. furuiljrlj if Hu

muli, in Wilenda uenisiiil 11111111- but hu or Nutbnlla lu \ icton 1 nliiiisaid 11H111I firmer di

be cruntid ti Sitmni I'mr of

Nilli iii 1 ufore-siii! lonimis 1 11 i.nil mil llnlurt | I'll cr of Millhill in\n lone H ne 11 I Juilioiiur Hie ouctlturs niiiniil lil nu! jppoliilnl lil Hu nu

lilli

llaltd the 21Hi du if 1) lohn I'll

M CHVNl iniin I Hil.I libke stint, \ illulia

_prcilois feujhi -ipi lit nits_ -vfîylIOl Is lu nbi "'lien that ifln the etpintior iA of fotuto 11 dies fruin the pilbln itiun henof itlipIiciHon «ill lu muli lu Hi suprtint Court of

Wololla In It» Probate jiirisiliiHtm-rlrat I'ltHDAII I of the 1 \M Will ol Dlllll I MIMI lite of | Henri slieil, West loot uni lu Hie Stab of lu

nil geutltiuin iltiinid, lu gi mice! ti l\ illili mu Holden forme eli of lui Hie It irk.li min Miiltirn, lint no« ol lil M umbi

Muli

1I11I

tin

and

JUDICIAL ."__.D L&W WOTIOEa.

"XTOTICE Is berebv given, Hint after the expiratior» -_> of fourteen tlats from the publication heteo! appllculiiin will be made to the .Supreme Court uf the Slate of I Iclori i, in ¡Is Probate jiiri-diçtioii. that PRORATE of the 1.1*1' WIM» anil ThsTA. MF.NT of FINNY REBF.CCl GUN, late of Man liingtrec loud, Hawthorn, 111 the hard Stale, wide)»*, dectased, niav be gt.inletl to Sidney .rcdcriclc Treloar, ol Sa'le, In the salt! Mate, lurdware mer- chant, the executor named Hierein.

Dated this twenti-nluth da} of October, 1913.

GEO: II. WISE, Foster .trcel, Sale, proctor fot

the applicant.

I3UHSUA.NT to the provMons of the Trusts Acts,

notice is hereby given that nil persons hav- ing eluims against the estate of WILLIAM SIMP SOS*, Jute of Acland stielt, St. Kilda, in the Stato of Victoria,-gcntlchian, deceased, who tiled on the 7th day of November, Pill, and. probate of whose will was granted by the Supreme Court of Victoria, in its Probate jurisdiction, on the Oth tliy of. J'V1> ri'mry. 101», to HlUlum Simpson, of I-tliWHrcct. .Melbourne, tunk tiller, Henry hdmoinl* Simpson, "ot Aclnntl strcel, at. Kilda, agent, and William j_nd say Molli«on, of Collin, street, Melbourne, bank iiunugri, Hie executor» ninncd m and appointed by the «alii »il), ure icqulred to SEND PARTICUL.-BS in writing of siiih CLAIMS to the undersigned on or before Hie Olli day of Deeember, 1013, after which tinte the said cxcmiloi- will distribute the as.si.-l of (he said deceased, having regard to and beine. liable tor only "those claims, ol which they tlu.ll

then have had notice.

- Il.lted the 31st day of October, 1013.

ELLISON anti HEWISON, 2.17 Collins street, Mel-

bourne, pioctors for the said c-ieaylorsj,

jj-'

RE THOMAS BHOSX \N, Deceasci_jm|.lk_ person»

having an-, chum , ugalnst the - Mate of Thomas Brosnan, late of IJcblg street, Wah-nam, bool, in the State of Victoria, police pensioner, deceased,*who died on the 1-th day of March, 1913, um! probate of vvho'e la«t will wa» granted on the 2Stb dav of VIuv, 11)13, ure hereby required toShX» .an PARTICULAR«, in writing, of such CLAIMS

lo the evecutor. cure ti! the undersigned-;on or be- fore the 17th day of December, 191«, after which dale tlic seiet, executor w(l! proceed toi ?..?tl-bulo (he as-cts of the »aid-deceased niuongst-the per* som entitled thereto, having regard only, to the» . Iniius of which the salt! executor shnU'thcn linvo bud notice, iii.d will not bo.liahle to any person of vvl-o'c eloini he shall not theil buve had ¿iftfico.

D.itetl Hie 31«t day of October, 1913. , ,

DESMOND DUNNE, A.M.P. Buildings,'.Timor

street. Warrnambool, proctor for the salt!

* executor. *

m II C ARGUS ,L AAV K B^P-B T a.

VOL. NIX.-No.'20.

OCTOBER 28, 1913. ' CONTEXTS:

TABLE. OF CASES. _ _, _, .

High Court.

NORTON,. iHiciidaiit uiipcllant, v. HOARE, plain»

till respondent. '

THE KING v. RENNIE and Another. Ex parta

T--l-\ll'ítC!¡lNT SERVICE GUILD OF AUSTRAL.

l_H V THE COMMONWEALTH STEAM. SHIP-OWNI.8S' ASSOCIATION lind Othjrs.

State Courts. '

ALLAN and CO. PROPltll.TARY LIMITED v.

CROUTCli v. Till". STITi: HIVERS AND WATER.

. ' SUPPLY COMMISSION.

In re MORIARTY. , ' i

KF.WLLY v. BALL

'TUE-KING v. REGISTRAR OP TITLES.- ESS

paite MURRAY. -'t>

INDEX.

High Court. > .: -

CON'STI rUTIOXAL LVW.-Case staled-Shipping

Dispute cvlcndlng beyond t|io limits of one State-First port of clearance-FinaljjnrL of ? destination-Voyage-Meanings of-f'Uin-fltil

litin Ael," covering-clause, B, scc.'Jfl' («tv:) -"Conclliatloliinnil Arbitration Act 1-01-11," sees. 2.1, 31 (2), ¡It (.'..-THE MERCHANT SERVICE GUILD OF AUSTRALASIA v. TUB lOMMOXWElLTH STEAMSHIP-OWNERS' Ab SOCIAT10N and Others.'

DEFENCE.-Offence.- Offendeis under -.17 years-,

l'losecutlon-1 rial-Children's Courts--lins. ille|lon-"Defclico Act 11X11-12," tee.. 1_tt.(10)< -TI.E KING v. RENNIE und Anbfher. 1__:

parle KNIGHT.

PRACTICE. - Defamation-Lilie!-Publish**-) in

newspaper-In replv to prêtions newspaper al* tuck-Publl. ilion-ill defctneof propVirti -Ile. fence-Validity of.-NORTON", defendant ap- pellant, v. HOARE, plaintiff respondent.

Slate Courts.

COPYRIGHT.-Proof of- Federal ''Copyright Act

I'll.," SOLS. 10 (2), 31-1 etlcral "Evidence Art 1II0Í," sec. (,.-ALLIS ¡llld'Ok. I'ROl' Lil), v. HELD. f

LANDLORD AND TENANT.-Verbal agreement for

ii lease-Ten mt in possession-Compluint for ejectment-Agreement relied on in defp-icc St ittile of Fraud--"Instruments Act lEUO" (No. 110.1), sec. 20S-"Landlord and Tenant Act l.'*0" (.No. 110s), sees 3, 1, IM.-KEW LEV v.

BALL. . <? ?? ? 'i '

THANSFLH Ol' LAND.-Bringing land under the

net-Appin allon-Sale and conveyance before completion-Direction-Certificate tu' ¡s*uç to -' purcha-el-Refusal-"Transfer OF Land 'Act

. l.'HI" (No 1119), seo. 21, 27.-THE KING-v. e , REGIS.HAR. OF TITLES. Lix pirie.MUK.

HIV.

WATER.-Slate Ritcis and ll'-tcr ' Supply Com.

mission-Authority under "IVaicr Act"-Work 1 causing flood-Dunnee .to property-Liability for-Absence of negligence-"Wittel Act 190.*," CNo. 2010), sees. 231, 2JJ.-GROUTCH v. TI1I3 '.STVTE RIVERS AND WATER SUPPLY COM

MISSION.

.VfLL.-Cim'strlictlon-Residuary glfl-Gcroral or

particular residue-Apportionment of debt« and fuñera! e\pqn«es- Probate duly-Apportion* mont '_f- Dividends declared on' shares uflcr testator's death.-In re MORIARTY.

HOTELS. HOLIDAY RESORTS, ¿fee.

"o.ropnlltan.

AT THE GRAND HOTEL, MELBOUBNE. Highest part of the city, jill modem Improve- ments; high-class French cuisine; private dinners« wedding breakfasts, nnd receptions specialty!

_HENRY C. HOLDEN. Manager.

. Situated

in ¿ill ;

- Ti .lins to All Parts. * '

Every Accommodation* Lift, Night Porter»;

HModeiute tariff._T. 1VHELAN, Prop.

HITANMA IIOUSL, S. Yarra, Close Station.-.

Accommodation boarders, visitors; late cn» trance. II. Barr, manager. Tel. 724, W.. j ,,

CANTERBURY CLUB HOTEL.-First-qk_M. Ac

commpdntion for boarders; n. .aiid.C. bathau

'W_J-.n-lone. 'Tel. 4M. Canterbury. ... ?_

"|J1 - IJ JJ li .1 L P A LACE HOT,.. 1» J? -MELBOURNE. ' ,' 'f'!

. LARGEST HOTEL in AUSTRALASIA.

ROOMS, all prices, according to floor and situation.

Two Dining-rooms and Cafe.

Write Jor tcrinsfo_t_.fajidli_cs_aht^erniulientboirdera. OSBOHSi: HOUSE, li) N¡eholson'~Sl.7Fit_ruy.

Fust-class ACCOMMODATION; tunis direct flinn .Spcueer_3t._ 'Tel. 2703.« Mrs. Anderson.

¡?\7TCTOH1A COFFEE" PALACE, Collins St.. Mclb.

,} -Ti «III- pass, electric light, niislitiipdrtcr, early hienkfast. Mrs. David Dobie, manageress

mllORÑTON.-RUBICON HOTEL. - W_terfall_* X trout stream, three rivers within easy ills, tance; good shooting, tennis, cricket, tents, cream, and every attention._

LOIIR'S ESPLANADE HOIEL, Inverloch.-Fac-

ing ocean and Inlet; 'hinuiiicrablc seaside, holidij -making attractions; salubrious; fishing,

___.._ _" __,

coaches dall.'; moderate. Mrs. Jackson,"_i.opriet.e3_.

BALL _1L*IT.-WIATtVOOD'S COFFEE PALACE,

ihc best, opposite railway station- 'PbOEt GS3._ ___ _ _ _l**i.rr»n**flf-Iil._ - " A UBEI'lN'i:."-Extensile grounds, Eleoping-ou.

-CA. aecommodntiou, tennis, piano.' Mist, Willis. Tclegramsjüerw lok. _?_ BEACONSFIELD.- Manuka, highly situatcd7~__>

tween Dent onsflcld anti Borwick, extensiv« grounds, swimming |iool. Robinson, Hcacoluriicld. lele grams, Berwick._ _ UPPER BEACONSFIELD, SALISBURY HOUSE

-Tennis, cioquet. hilliards; £2/2/ week, 7Ï

day. Mir-sca Corder. Telephone No. 1. ?

AT BEAUM-RIS HOTEL," ovcr/ôoTing the.sea,

best iccommod.itlon; boating and 'l-'aing.' Tel.. (i Cheltenham._

-Uncle Huck.

CTATi.~iVorT-.~A.~ir' Edw-_rd_nT*iT\\,H_7\s.

Cottage«, Bungalow«, from IS/, ¡ivallablu ._-_J __ J'-!-' "dthe-s. Black lldck. i ' >_ __J_nrly-h-or.._ B" HIGHTON BEACH. - ROYAL TERMINUS

HOTEL (lite Kemp's), renovated, refurnished, best seaside position in the State. Briehtdn l8. I_._L_ll_vIc_._ __.___._j_.JJ-i*.

Bltian'TOX "(Middle).. Op. 'Piar:-CON.INEN

'TAL. Acconunod.ition, large halcón*/^ room ; moderate; gqiagc. 'l'hune 720. Brighton. ,

Cnr

CA

..Siirln-t».

/"-.LIFTON SPRINGS HOTEL,, beautifully situated s.-. on lid}, between Portarlington and Geelong; boil l'tirtorlingtoii, tail Diysdule. Nunan, pro- prietor. _ __' _ _. i

(TSLlF'lON "slMllN,OS"""llOTEÍr-BTHU__^'tcññT_, s-1 golf links, adjoining hotel; hot mineral bath»; stm bathliig^_'i clcphonc. Nunan._ _Cre-y-loh. - ' , . ' .

"/?"(OR.O.SELLA,'' an ideal_.tountry HOME, ever.

S-J eomfort nut! .nltontion; large grounds; tcn 'KIs, cro(|lict._Sleu.j-|:.llall>__;roydon. .

-?¡.IÏOVDON.-.SÜNNÍBIDE, Montrose, nccommo-' J. dation visitots; near Mount Dandenong; lurllt, ¿1/; week-ends, S/; piano. Mrs. J. C. How

pirdYDONV-^BHOOKLYÑnñMñf7""Tcnl_;T¡ar¡r.'.

,V lennis; highly recommended; 25/ weekly; .week-em! S.._Mrs. llrooks, .Kilsith'-P.O.___.

CIIOYDO.V.-BOONDAH A^Tower" Hil!, superior

Country lloine; close station; own cow», poultry : iciuus, .Misses Rlchartls. '

/?.ROYDON LODGE, Croydon.-SUIIPTÏÔ. HôôTa VJ foi visitors, ¿lose nation. -Mrs. Wylie.

WAHROONGA,!' Croydon, Op. SinTimi-GÖöd

Acc-qimcxliition ¡or visitors; no children;

_i.".la*_ -'L^L-iii.1!?!:-.-,_ ______ _!

(FUT C-iitiminticin of This C1ns*>*of Atlvcr

tifc'lneuts Seo Xc.\t* l'jge..

' i .*__-:.-..

HOTELS. HOLIDAY REBORTS, te,.

(Continued from I'ngc lo )

_Du ntl .nrm-_ H n nee»,_ Bl-1 CR lit-Furnished HOI «I- 4 rooms lar, e

vcraiui-li nice position nott or Christmas Miss Gricte_

EMERALD -.VOS.I F10H HOLSI, eleval-d

position suiToiindril 1 v l-l _ situer--, »alas ..lillie» Illira! (able VI II Oinbmn

VrOUSl DISUI SONG - MOUS.JUl Heal Jil holldaj resorl fcolf billiattle. II C -lio-fr-,

Mrs F leevr»_.

ni rOLS. DISDISOSO, LAItllM IIOUSIv" llU- Favourite Mountain Home m-ellent ml-lnt, teni i». '"hore (1 -'lui Is__'-_£___'____,_ .VrOUSr DISD.SOSG - Ml'\ IStTD .minn .ÖL ing wet! end trip gir.gr tccniri uiisur passe! Miltaiiale>___Monl

MOLST DISD1 SOSC -li lil furnish. I t

B.t)!.UOV|* Dinlue hite nu w iltr Ia .1, bath heater___Mut male Montrixe P O

MOUSTMS COlTll.l 1 annul! «uno milints

bath eiaeh pi-'c av ulallie 1Kb December li West! uri st last-- hill«_ OLIMiA - BRILSID. reopen for villiers

lovell mountain sccncri ta-iff, __/ _*.!-_ H Wv les_ OI1SDI-IH.RV.UK MRU Sii[er!or Iccuin

moilallon, evtil iltenioi! Ililli 1/ hot and cohl both« ( Bairall ___ OIISDI-HOTII DllCI DOVIUVI first I se

.ctomniodalloti eteit id ntl in Partiell lar«, Tourist Bilicau_Phone So ' Olinda

01 INDA l-l UM I Ml nu for rlsllors, coachs

_ ,_to_t!oor Tel Olinda 3_

SlsJ-Ur.1* -mill-H I 1101 ->. teBni 1

Horn, iioiarincics for (h !«tni_ J « Itllci. 'Phone ¡> _ ____

?Y7"-C.ST nue t f Jim lie 1 fo li rormit f""lOT

V IK,I elo e I pur Krn'rcc ( illj sta'ion _.! Astolvaeltl I Unie_

Dn-Ií-síort!

DAllCälOlll SI HIS!, CHI IK Illili I sill,

.atoji llotisP Sen Springs-I veiv tomfort, tennis lillitr I« Phni el ( Te««, ro proprietor

JenT tail" 'ire'ic-te ""Mi" Hr n II.

<C_lSM*IOt -l<* ItClSCil* inui foil

ÍO niclt Ipplv earlv Cisv irlined «"cuing «cn*.___lf P_r_J__ J_Ml IL'"11!_

-I.-s.ISI). II* - MTOl-11111, o, o en, eli X1 giod Vee nulli ila! oi golf lennis fl-hl ."ootiti_ 1 alluna Pre1- ile propi eto-_

-DlS-hT Jiteiw. GLHO

.ir»

cluse bea

_TGt_C__-,_ ÍS LI LOSi, -li M h s Hill I L overlooking C ru

X lia spa on ha rum tlectne light bit Hart ß li eril I I eine IO_Mr lirar'ia i prop.

(.l-iiml « ixl_I akei_ Ml HI I (BIL! HOI*. O ni injune light I

nulli« *>i i oik n o cn itare b a li

lîsz*

1 llflL-L Dal «.ti liol*

,sei rt frail

B IV i m I ii __

_!_.__'___«___ Al I lU" I I anade II.lupton I Ac IS

C1!* v ito * wed ni i ouir le innis. 'linn, I L l Mon_ C1 \VPl")S ~*-ll-IHU . lui, i s .s. llessldciiti.l

_-_Lf»l«i Iii 11 )11 leurs un aj p ictuon Iel liol isr-i'i^oi __ __

HIMIITOS-COSTIS! SI M II M I hem?

be. I «111 i «me 1 l i el Ire lijit.,

ga oe*i in rn_ e_H-mi* tail Ho il_ Iel is*.!) Utn

>!-?-?? ?»« (*l- _ _ _ "TvXI I _ li >ll e II _lc_ lill t| Mull 0 3 1 X_* d«t _ / v ts not coiJ lutls tcitplione »1 si *?) *?'! »li _ _

r*TC-( S M li t» la s ai il *an i_i\ ¿ papen, Charit» S I lill t |10| el ir_

Hil 1*111' . - -I li MIL Mil I-, en mil

mi - Jtfui u v» i len ni ct (sine tri,, t "sil c i ii rl i mu< gell His Herbert

Iga (ants arl n'-in t ion et lmi-__i_l_uielu

Hrill*AI I I -COMMl IllMi, on Watts

Rn 1 te- nilgiull cul lie is giroers, lain« mi I >l ct lum- a _____

El M I SI II I- -li- l-orge Oppeídítñn

LlllISM Icautnul mom am home, weesh 0 -» s cul li) ii 11 _:|L li H! II ""--I 111 I -Clenj s I 0P(

lam r i e iiii» p aim latin produce,

I 0P0RO11 HOL

n

iioh ijt_

H fill St ii It li I mi i I v. m m manoa

for F r let m de- U Ullis Isttni, lennl-, tsnll l Mr* I .s-ell

i Jill _.

ti) h I tier. nm_siin.nt ' 3./ TTI 'I r*\ ii I r I) Jin MOOR - 1 arr ' luChmt

pejijf

B. II Rill Ir li I 11 VI _ II - e 10

w-.l li |.r t.) 1,1 I Vii«. Me-,.1.

Hi HIS lill HU DOS "_ p.n r "it "n~iî_

lome -ni l ail .1

.>/ lui lol

_Ilejjle.herir._

rPii. 01 I) I SU ISI) 11071 I Kriiovalttl and""! c X i nislie! I r,i_ i_t - . ir t 11 m .LI OH »li liifliis ir t.ar ers. ta liisi imprie

. TTM.MilSI Hill Sr lort'

X_< dau selside r_ -i! it, li ¡.ru ulule' re «iaced lar f send for Jfcrit lue booklet T IOIIUI

Main M_m_rr

X_- 11 r utiu e«,

Lois» -rh i TISH pu.li ic norn , ;

'a I from li an s Mais i MU- R is.

.tin*» .( _5__rtlïn_ MOeST VI II!Til I In liol

Of Li ii lloni" Cetnfort

Ion i Oin neath

IJ at na li lur" Tennis Golf

T t IV linnet!. I

,_Mauame 1 T/l S-n I ( I II J'roprictj

"I.**. KIHI Ml «»ville-ut. S fot Hie lecen

__s lion cf \ l-lHJIt- Ippl tallon to le mail»

Ullic Ma _i"_rj_rj curls lit nu_

G u."_^--'i.*-'«-_____

Oifrl. I i" fin -»ujenof IIHOI) li x nr v min, I ur il.tiet]

_u(ii t,iU l mi I ili--J* __ ( _V|clrtnur_ MOllSÍSi.liiS hll(_l Milli I. S li 'li--.

yttrle -in- ot\ , |.n.r Iccommouatioj vltiioi« Inil^s be lri»in tmth, pur A ."_!_-_-Ï-1'1 'í"* 1' _ _ Mol SIM.luv _i_l tsi>-liuTi I cl.so nation

an I pie t .»n t 'ceûniii lal in it mode rsl. Il f se m Ishn. Vl»| util e So. L

!-¡l It-tisitl.lt.s - I (HAL HUIT I -acl*-: MI, -*_--.'_? * J_ri,-«i. _t toil rtai li ret tnan.g-nient.

tr-M/lKlIl -eis it ,,ll ti.hi, 1 li (.urina-.

'Ploie Î _ _

?RrOIISISi TOS -lins I . r-rmi-l buck

-\I1S|0SI -lurri«!el I1SIS all etni.ni,ii _.'X n Ililli I* n mr enle l raima j,

IA I 'I Ullis Sa.lrti.m. ui ||e«lt«v|lle, XX luurl ts ice ve i rt anembo ttnnls nsh inu iheieillii- It li phone st lill m I _ t-offlee

O C1 IS (HUH HOI S. -ICiOMMODlTlOV

t iel! ni till int lentil» billiards croquet (.ulf (Mi ii. Phout I I Chu lohn

fS*llU|.s_l>l|||I|P 1CLASII IIOIKU yy heath stiperlir A eomuioluio fort_mrdornlc IriilT_Minnel leint!

iToHTSI I -Cain s S,pian lloltl ofer« high cla's X H-ÜMli(-rilT!OS |,olf Lirais wlAoiultes

llteet sliatuti So r i lo_ I liunc >oireiuo S

?IJ) lll.IS S SIS I I-MO IIOIH leeelvlng visl

X_) toi», balhln-, urn»« imigiufl-int oceaa Veenerj, c-cellent Hiking_Inquire mute BuriJau

?>*» ?'rlnirl.-s,

RlChTTfh P01S1 -5 looms lelnndan ...

»oi nd billiin-c lint (Hie- lud lilien e-J/l-/ i weil lill I.noll ic .!_Satitli larra

SlSDIIISdlAM MPI I I DM. ROI SI Espía

nad - superior l( ( 01! .01) 1*1 HIS bath ing. icnl- week ends mo trite tuilT T.leplione, Chellcnl am 1._ J__-f'S*T)HIS(,lllM-IIOM'II ni nk=ll)FS(_l fur

-."_r_.__5-.____,_..-^l« «___jt.l>l_UI( -KuiAl. Ililli L, on bsiiV-T-' ¿üü.

IO burn Uiver good motor run, motor _-*_f*e, hilhlng sheds, h Moodi l

^__Sorronfo_

OUI COS TIS! SI ii sorrento open fo*;

.cason einnor served for KIO visitors every Sunday | on -.-rivnl sti

SOR It! SI 0 -W11 IT. I! ILL open lo rccel*. vlsl

tim let Sovcmher golf, lennl«, hilliards, moderate tariff J Allen _ SORRLSTO - LO«-.11111 HOLSL"~ôpërr"ir

cciie visitors lurilf, JO/ wceklv, until 2Jrd Deecnibn-_ , SJORRI STO, Portsea -HlriiT-i-aïlorsES Ap_T

rO menis lowist rtunl« lill Sums lists sent Slaefarlan and St Inger -.roi cr« I hone 10

ArcoiiMODnios ai ii snios norn st

bilda (tilcph.no lllndi.r H-l) evert con tciilenee to_ellv Icrnts intuitr_dt __

BLAC0SS1HL!) IIOThL St hi! la. tin

healthiest place In Victoria splendid cuisine, charge- nl-dciali_. 1 Hutt bins | ropr_ietor___ CJM lf~L ! i rnislicd I II I A st "Midi near I rael

._» I months Irom .Itccmbrr "J ttldit s Mill

Arpis office__ ST KILDA-Wimpole- G10! 01 HOTEL, op.

railway station sea viens %!!»? Apa -t «nenia vacaut, fainiüc«, boarders, ch_-__- re-_K>-. «ble__ ___

«T. KILD--IIAMPT0S I10L8E (late Oo«M K? Palace), Accommodation boarderf, vitÉ»--»» Hear traJn, tram, besch. T_L VU) V» pnna. a___«-^r__|k (

aOTRaS, mOIXDÁTt BESOBT3. *_T

' TfrnplcalOTre,

BEAUTIFUL Uppir Yarra Scenery at RIVERS-

LEA EAR.ll, Templestowe, boatiu., tlshing, tennis, croquet, piano; acek-cnd, 6/.__

"i""'tt"i ' ' .T00"0"E*» ._.

flIOOLANOI U0Ú!Sí7r"nollday Resort arnon.

I- mountains; («ni guillen, wntcifall», reuní». Particular. TounM Bureau. M. Cameron. __

rpOKQUAY,-William«'« PALACE HOTEL, erer. --L -comfort; tennis, a*.a*batliin_, shooting, uah in., boating, golf, cow.

-.QUAY.

rjv

pMc«tl.n to Mrs. Wolli.

r\;Al_.AN.*^K-»-in'rTOlVEIÏ Ï10TEL, telephone, T ' bot abower,'motor garage, sportsman'* home; cuff said. Jack Kearn, late Bendigo and W.A.

HEALTH RirritEAT.-Dietetic«. Uaasnge, Hy

elro-electrlc Treatment«, WARBURTON SANI- TARIUM. No inlectious coses; medical super*

ii<ioii._Booklet.__

MTARBURTON. - HILI-CREST, Ideal countrj I ? home; highest position; excellent Accoinmo* tlatlon; pnperior table, tilauo, ciery attention. ?¡.In. Bradley._

WAIUIUKTO.V- PUNNA BUANO HUUSE, supe-

rior Accommodation for visitors; excellent table,, eiery attention. Mia. Fielder._

WAHHUK-ON.-ALt'INii RETREAT HOTEL.

Good Accoinniodatlon; cabs meet train», li IV. l_»ith. ? manager._ \\/ARHURTON'.-*'MOUNTAlN GRAND," unsilr ii passed position» oicr raj rooms, tennis, bil» liards, croque!, bonling-greeii. Send for booklet, ?\rOUNT7'l'.inÙ-e:.-i-Week-end House, and Allot lix menls Tor '--ale or to Let. Mount Eieljn Estate, Eieljn, highest point on the Warburton line, bandi'* station; spring «liter.

Apply on the estate, ALFRED STEVEN.1», late ilrntist, lVimhtir.__^

B

A. T. .AMIS. Man-serVs-.

COlf

.rriet

w

' Wa Icol m ' It. Úclíerui-, pro | Of_nJKi<07^^LÏrVfrNU HOTEL, brick biiild

IDE, lofty rooms; excellent Acco(umo<Utiot | lourii»ts,".notofistg; petrol. 'Phone It,

YV

w

Wnrrnnmftool. HOOL. - OZONE

.; special rates tam While, irroprietur.

AKItNAMUOOL. - OZONE HOTEL; terml

modérale; special rates famüioi; billiirtU |

_Yrtrrn «jllen ami TUMHi-l._ /--TIHISTMAS ,1111,1.''.-"HAZELDELL FARM." I V.'- superior mountalii home, bcauliful scenery; lennis, creiquct, driles, *linoli_|-__ Mrs. Walket.

GRAND HOTEl.-lTrst-tl-is-i Accommodation";

afternoon leas. L. and C. G'ciljc (late Cob. rain), _ proprijelors._._

_Misct-rinnçcm«._ 171UKNI-ÎIIKD Country VILLl.'O bedrooms, ml

door .iccotumotlalion; mountainous; orehaid. Apply Matron, Fleurs, M.Kilda._ »VANTKI). ACCOMMODATION. H pmons,

1 » mixed, Xmas week; ocean preferred. Terms I lo Tennis. Argus Pillee._

.fine _tia_nnil.

MUCKADILLA HOTEL, Muckadilla (adjoin)..

atatiou, Western line, V*); alte fainoua bal liote, rnarielloutt cure ilicuuiatisin. Wira, write. Hausser.

AMUSEMENTS.

JOHN

McCORM ICK CONCERTS.

'riJFJn" CONCLRT.10-MORROW NIGHT.

SPECIAL NOTICE.

IICAl Y HOOKING FOR TO-lIO It ROW'S CON

ChRT, IT IS AllWSABLE TO SECURE SE IT S I IN AOVASÄJC, AND AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT.

L.NTHA HOWS OF KESEHVED SKAIS

IT 7,0 and Ù/, Aiailablc at Allan's, This .Morning, j

THIini: SHILLING TICKETS , , THREE HULLING TICKETS

THREE SHILLING TICKET.

r '

A U I) 1 T 0 It I U M. | IllHECTlilN.'. ,1. and N. TAIT.

TO-MORROW NIGHT, AT S,

.ions* MCCORMICK, .IOIIN McCORM «.CK, ' JOHN MCCORMACK,

JOHN MlCOItllACTi, JOHN MCCORMACK, JOHN MCCORMACK,

"Tin; WORLDS (¡HEATEST i.vittu TENOR,'

«HO l. ISC NIGHT ATTItACl I.I) ONE OF TUB I IIIIIUT Uta",AUDIENCES F.VER SEEN IN MEL I10UHNK. 'SCENES Ul*' TREMENDOUS UN flll'SIASM PRE! 11LEI1 THROUGHOIJT THE CONCF.llT, THE FAMOUS TENOR HEIM! RE-

CALLED AGAIN AND IO AIN, AND AT THE I KM! OF Til!. (ONCEItT HE WAS) CHEERED UY HIS i:NHAI .Ultl.l) AUDIENCE.

At lo-morroiv Night's Comcrt Mr. Mccormack

Sings sw.vi; Dinon, SALVE »1M01I,

SlI.VK 1I1MI1I1A, from Faust

MOAN LOU! SUNG.Hamilton Harty I Lu Marriage elis Jto*.s.Ccsai Franek rill: NIAT MARKET DAY.II.»Hughes

THE I.fllll) IS MY LIGHT

, (My request)

He Fenarel (.roie.II. Hughes! DOWN IN THE FOREST .. .. Landon Ronald |

And Encore Numbers from HOLLY nit.lNNIGW,

Ml/lTIl-.lt MACIIREE,

? JI ICUSIILA, I I HEAR YOU CALLING ME, '

Ac.

MISS MAI, HUILEY.SUPRINO. mt. DONALD MCBEATH.HuLisisr. lill. VINCENT 0 BRIEN .. .. ACCOMPANIST.

Pian nt Allan's. ?

llcsiri-d Seal«, 7/0 and 5, ; L'nrckcneel, 3/ and

-7*

iVirth'__ äfcating Palace._ THE DANDIES,"!-.," Kilda, nlghtlv, S 30. Plan

(¡leu's, Usher's, late 1-ookini. 'Phone W. 200.*).

.anvas coier ii «el.__ _ 1

(lUEaDAV. NOVEMBER 1).

.' UIII.AP.DAY F\CI1RRI0N* lo", I PORTARLINGTON mid OBELOXI.. "

S.S. F.D1NA

,.s No. 1 (¡ueen's Whmf at 10 a.m., Returning

about S p.m.

nirruHN FAKE-*;/.

" DI Oillo-1 llaml.on Iwnrd.

.AUSTRAL!IN STEAMSHIPS I.IMITÜD,

Iii Market street.

L_ECONI)ARY SC1100I.S ASSOCIATION. ¡-J

TO-DIY, OCTOBER 01.

' TIVULTTIL ANNUAL SPORTS MEETINC."

,, . _.. i, . On . -, , !

.EAST _|_I,nOURNE CRICKET-OROU.NI),

.,% - '*' rii«t Emit-2.13.

SHAKESPEARE MEMORIAL THEATRE FUND.

UU.IMATIC RECITA!, at tlic Austral Salon, by llr. MARCUS ST. .JOHN, assisted bv Miss neatrlco lllgKin-on, Miss Georgie Clurigc, Mr. A. Weston [.ctt, ami Mi. William Burrell.

THURSDAY, OCT. .10. "HAMLET."

FRIDAY, OCT. »I. DICKENS.

Undir the Patronage and in the' Prccnco of

lier Excellency, budy Denman. . Prices.-li/ and ./. * ' »

1 "' Mr.'KlUNK'-A. RUSSELL, lion. Director. <

g ü'T (OSS' " - -> V I 0 h I N 8.

SUTTONS' VIOLINS are sold Inducts; each st! -ompnaej-VIOLlN, willi Bow, Resin, spare Set ot -etnngs,': Pilch . liPo«, and Instruction Books. I'ricc»:-"Hfginncra' Sel.'Vil/i "Student's Sol," IV "Adiienceil Set," Oil; "Connolsseiir, Set,"

ïi/6/î "Artitt Set,*' J*3/8/; "Grand. Set," á.10/10/.' _

' Sole Agents,

' SUTTONS' MUSIC 'WlIiEHOUSES, '

IfCT.HQIJltXE. BALLARAT, BCXDIOO. ORELONO. 1""TTÏE DM'FOnlLS.-Special Engagement ol M7.

. VICTOR TROTMAN, in Dickens'* Impersona- tions. .^Commenting To-nighl.j_, _¿_'^_r TUB ROYAL MIDDIES,' to nhoso tenement a

tieopeimi' Iram-lickct takes the tender trarcl* 1er. Albert'Park Hcnih, S.*W- ,_

rTlHE'PltrTL'RES'.at BERNARD'S - . 'X'lik PrOTimEä »1 BERNARD'S ..

_ure nell' worth a lisit from yon, even _«hould ion no1 be ic.iely to parch, «e. -Com!' along in. Tile Galleries arc ope i _to th» pirillie dally from 0 till 0, mid on - -Sntunlats lill 1 p.m. Tbwc Is no pressure

-at all to buj.

D. nURNAIlll mid Co , - 323*32-.

I). 11ERN-AI1I1 anil Co , -?_- BOURKE.ST._ TIIK DANIHIVÎ, SI. Milla.-Enormous "sucresT;

ideal interlilninenl. 2', 1/; no booking fee. Plan. (Hen's, Haber'«. CO!_

TJ .IN end C«r,"Fancv nnd Evening COSTUMES, 1 '" nil irq'iliilcs lulls, performances, lilli*. Kastern Arcade. '1'horte 7022._ Ilr.il. stamp. _ 17i\NCl COSri MF.S for*I)ills,_l'erfnrninnces, Ac;

J MaiV", Diminues; toiintrv supplie ii. MIN. Bunnin?. -'S» Ull'c Collins «I. 'Phone 7187._

BIND "¡inifOIIClIKSTRAL INSTRUMENTS RK

-plIRKIl on the prenti _s; most complete wo'k* shop in SI___ourr_i.___.i___i,_MO noiirke s:., Melb;.

TTOLIN, with cuse, bow, ~Ue.\ 21/, 52/. (07.

IVrltc for illustrated catalogue. Lyalls. 2ol Jourko st. (one door from Sevansto'i st.). ._5li__ PIANOFORTE TUNING and" RKPAHHNO.-John

Blackburn and Son, practical experts (al (ears' reputation), 153 Gleuferrlp f<L *ri»B« MI, Ualvern. ....

* e . Auoatsuxma.'

y I 0 T 0 8 I A R A C 1 N 0 -C L U B.

, l-.'MORROW.

1 -HUIT J -

'">'". TOMORROW,

FLEMINGTON COURSE,

SPRING MEETING, 1013.

DERBV DAY-ist RACE, 1 O'CLOCK. ? CUP DAY-1st RACE, 12.30 P.M.

OAKS DAT-lal RACE, f O'CLOCK. '

STEEPLKCI1ASE DAY-1st RACE, 1 O'CLOCK.

LUNCHEON WIIA be» READY at 12 O'clock for ho»e who «ould like to lunch before Hie flrst I race, and AlOID the CRUSH.

THEIR I.VCKI.l.ENCIEH THF GOVERNOR*

GENF.RAL (LORD DESMAN) and . . LADY DEN MIN*.

HIS* n.YuEtlLENCY SIR JOHN MADDEN and

.-".J LADY MADDEN,

HIS EXCELLENCY ADMIRAL SIR Dil* BOSAN-

QUET, G.C.V.O.. H.O.B.,

HIS EXCELLENCY Hie HT. HON. SIR W.

ELLISON MACA11TNBV, K.C'.M.C.,

ins EXCELLENCY REAR-ADMIRAL SIR GEORGE

PATEY, K.C.V.O,,

And Their Suilis -

Hare Signified Their Intention of Being Prc-ent

FIRST DAY.

, ',', DERBY »AY, 1st NOVEMBER.

.""30,

V1CTQIIU DERBY.

COBURG STAKES.

CUP DAY, 1th NOVEMBER. OAKS DAY, Oth NOVEMBER.

STEEPLECHASE DAY, Sill NOVEMBER.

STAKES «'ILL AMOUNT TO _32,0uO

THE LAWN*.

THE W'STRAI.ll.N MILlTlltV HAND, under te elfre'ctfmi of Signer KELMAN, M ILL PERFORM

ON THE EWIN.

ne nimolntnients for the COMFORT or VISI- TORS «re now the FINEST in the WOltLU.

LID1I.V REITIIIM! ROOM», UOfl. long, al

ailt end ol the stand.

THE MAG.NTFICLM' 'NEW DOUBLIMILCKEI! GRANDSTAND, WITH ITS NOBLE TERRACE, IS,'NOW HI'tN, AND WILL ACCOMMODATE NEARLY, 10,000 PERSONS. "A MAII.NTFIGENT I »OOM FOR-LIGHT REFRESHMENTS'AKD TEA

WILL BE FOUND UNDBHNIÍAI II.' THE VIEW FROM THIS _rA.NI) Is PERFECT.

The MIGXIITCF.NT NEW STAND AT Tilt TURN will be QPh.NEU for the FIRS- TIME. It ii seated and roofed, um| this «tarni is the best position foi seeing the race all round the course.

The ne» Mounting Yuni will enable members and the publie to get a belter view of the horses, and Hie extra loom proiitted at the narro» neck will add much lo the cotntort of the public.

The MEMBERS' LUNCHEON-ROOM be.lund the Mnnbj rnong Mund Jins boen doubled in area.

1 The ItUNNlM' GltOU.WJ al Hie turn lins been

taken further in, and the narro« ncuk at the vciphit g-hottsfl widened, e i

A NEW SCRATC1I1.NG-BOARI) has been erected in the Betting Paildock at tue back ol the new

Granei-slanei.

A ItEFRESIIMËNT-ItOOM for LADIES and GENTLEMEN has been pint ¡dod under the Upper Stand. Tea, Cottee, lees, Strawberries and Criam,

"c. can be» obtained.

lor the coincnlcncc or LADIES on the LAWN ¡shing to MAKE their omi AFTERNOON TEA BOILING WATER can be'onTAIMil) FREE of CHARGE from the RUSTIC-HOUSE, near Hie Car riaüe Paddock.

SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS have been made llltli the WILLSMERE CERTIFIED MILK COM- PANY,. Jil »a inch ilsilörs can obtain supplies of J'.ASTL'tJItlSED nOTTLED MILK, FREI, from OEUMS; CIIFMICALS, 'or ADULTERATION, as sold by this companj. . ' ». .- . *

A, TELEGRAPH OFFICE, with amble tinting accommodation, is ii: the Betting Paddock*.

The SADDLING PADDOCK, FOUR ACRES ii rXTKNr, is OPKN. Aelmlsslon, «/¡.Ladle-, 2,8.

A TEA and COFFF.E HAR has been opined in Hie Saddling Paddock.

The CIGAR «nil TOBACCO KIOSK tor Membrs and Hit- Public is on the boundary of the Members' F.nrlo-rore, and is uneler the management of the

Mutual Slore.

Fiery cflort has been made lo proeide for the comfort of the public, but the luncheon acccnimo* elation, mil not pronde foi more than 3000 al a

lime,' * '

PUBLIC LUN'CHEON-ROOM downstairs from the Tessolatcd Terrace, under the (¡rand-stand.

A portion of the original grand-stand oler the bar has Itcen set apart foi members Bl the wen end of ll-e stand. The western end of the Upper Graiul-innil is still s*»t apart for membeii.

MEMIIEHS' I.UNCHEON-Ü00.M ilndci the new Tattirsall's Stand.

The* Ul'PEll GRANDSTAND will .ecominoiloti nani thnusar.ds.

THE IFTEnNOON TEA-ROOM, under (he Man birnong Stund, for NON-MEMBERS, hu been noubled In size.

New Members' Motor Paddocks baie been openctl at He eau end of the lawn.

M-inbers in their Motors or Taxis can proceed

donn Hie Members' Drive.

A Large Mnloi-paddock for Non-members, Is

now ni.nlnblc.

A Re infere rd Concrete Subway has been made ndn llu* Members* Drlie, near the northern birapir.g-ihuds, for pedestrians.

erected.

Ttv» GRIND-STAN*!) with Hie THREE N'f.W BAIS al tim easlern end, will now ,-iecommotlale

thnusnnels. This Is, ii'Ilhout exeiptlon, til" finest slant! nt Flemington. ' The view from it is magnifie col.

I LADIES' LOUNGE. BKlFTirULI.Y FITTED 'UTI II MIRROR:*., I« NOW OPEN.

I.DN'RIIEnNMIOnif.has been pro- vided underneath, «line hdies can lunch m tom*

Iori.

The Fl.ORIL SUNDIAL indicates Hie time nl.cn hoiso. are util.

Tbc LADIES' RETIRING-ROOM on the Hill lu Is elei'antly luinisbcel.

PWRON.S of the lilli will no» haie nceonv

elation EQUAL TO THAT PROVIDED FOR THE VISITORS ip THE LAWN.

The Beautiful Picnic-ground is si ill further

proiei], ¡riving nelilitionnl «teommodalîon to i

tors." HOF WATER vill ho slipplietl FRI'.F. of CIIAROl: (o, Ihusu who «Mi to SU Ki: their OWN

PASrnURlSKD I10TT1.ED MILK. FREE FROM GERMS lind ADULTKRATIOX. ns supplied bj Hie WILLSMERE CHRT1FIKD MILK COMPANY, will be Relolbd from the MILK KIOSK.

ifoly of the Hill Vlsilms «alking. and l-creons going from Hie Flat lo the Hail»

STEEL HlilOGi: HAS BI'.KN ERECTED" TO CARRY TIIF. TWO STREWtS OF FEDESrRIANS OVER THE MEMBERS' DRIVE.

RAILWAY ARRANGEMENTS.

On SATURDIY. 1st NOVEMBER, Irabu

eau» fruin W.."u a.m. to 2 p.m.. tmil at 2.!,, 2.:«, ,4b, and 3 p.m.

On TllFSDAY, 4th NOVEMBER, trains nil rate Melbourne for the rareiotlrae as soon aft« . a.m. as required, and thrrea'ter nt short in* tenais lill -2 p.m., und at ill, S.30. and 2..Ti p.m.

On THURSDAY, 6th NOVEMRKR, trains will leaie from 10.30 a.m. to 2 p.m., one! at 2.13, 2 ¡T anil 3 p.m.

On SITFRDIV. Slh NOVEMBER, trains will leaie from 10.30 a.m. to 2 p.m., and al 2.15, "2..IO, 2,1.), and 3 p.m.

Race Tickets for liny or nil four da.is will be mid from 8 a.m. daily nt Tourists* nureau. corner of Collins street and Swanston etreel; Ilooklng otilce. Spencer strict, Fllndcia .tiret, llbert Park,

Windsor, Brighton, Middle Brighton, Bricli'nii Bench. Toorak, Hawthorn, mid Cam-

berwell stations. The raie liikets will not the'I

i.ilnble bv rall from the aboie suburban stn-1 ion». On Cup nay un extra ofllee will be open n llu' torl-idnr o' the Central Poit-oltlte for -the ile of rati- llekcls for the dai e.nli.

Uiaar». TIKIS C1H)K and SON, 200 COLLINS STRI.I.T. HIVE ILL tlKCV. and RAILWAY TICKETS-FOR SM.. TICKETS TOR ANY DAY

IN Hi; PUltrllASl-.D IN ADVANCE. ON CUP DAY THEIR OiTICK WILL BE KFpT OPFN UNTIL I2.:m P.m. VISITORS IRK ADVISED lo OBTWN THEIR TICKETS bclorelnnil. to Wflll)

CIM'SHIV« at the IUII.WW rlCKl.T

W INDOW'S.

The North Mr'lwrne ELECTRIC TRIM COM' PUNY CARS »ill jltict'on with the M-lhotlrne Tramwai North Melbourne (»r» at their terminus,

"FLEMINGTON- BRIDGE, and will run. RAOFC'OURSi: GATES EVERY THREE M1NTTFS, FIRE 3d.

A___rS__MEHT3.

rftcecouitre niter 2 p.m., and up to 3 p.m., as

sho-Tii above.

For .Hu. convenience of those wishing to return to towen early, trahis will leave the course ¡mair diatc.y after the Derby and Cup races have been

run, ...

RAILWAY FARES AS UNDER:

8. d.

Single to or. froi-i the course, Isl clas-t '....' 1 '! single to or Irwu Hie cuni se, '-lui clnSs'.. '.. I) I) Return lu ni- fiom the com se, lal cluss .'. .. Return lu or fiom the course. 2nd class .. .. Return to or from the lilli, 1st class. Ht'turu to or trom tile lull, 2nd class.

, Children under 14 tears half-rates to tlici

stul to ibu lull 2/0 first clas«, and 2/3 second . 1st ela»- return, admitting to grand-stand, 13/0; children under 11 year», (l/ll.

Tue part of the lleket admitting to the grand- stand is to be given up.at the entrance to the enclosure., ' . . . , ,

each .race. flay.

-.' about f'p.in.,'1.- . - ,. Port Fairy. ..SO p.m. Adelaide, and 1.50 p.m. Ben- digo, and j p.m. Sydney train.

On Cup Di), 4th November, and Saturday, Sth November, Hie 4.22 11.111. 'l'oit Fairy express will stop at Footscray to pick up. passenger-.

un Saturday, Sill Novcmbai, the ,i p.m. express train will slop at Newmarket to pick up passengers

lor New- Soulli Wales.

' A SPECIAL MAIL TRAIN will leave Holbourne at 11.20 a.m. on .Sunday, »(li November, reaching sydney at -.20 a.m. on Monday. Only passengers holding FIRST CLASS tickets, and for stations in .New- Soulli Hales beyond Culcairn, may travel by

this train.

I'o suit tile convenience of passengers, llndilarl, Parker, and Co.'s s.s, Xenlandia, for Adelaide and li estéril Australia, will leave .Melbourne on Wednes- day, ¿Hi November, at I p.m., and mc A.U.S.N. Company's steamer Wyreema, for Sydney and f'uceii<lund ports, will leave on Saturday, sth No- vember, al ft p.m.

PEDES!RIAXS aie to enter the course to the Iel! or the main entrance. A SPECIAL ROAD bas been cut for them, so us to al aid confusion with the carriage traille-.

A SPECIAL PATHWAY has alto been cut

tween the members' dllve und public drive for lue greater salcl. of pidcsirians.

MOTORS.

SPFCIAI. ACCOMMODATION lins bein provided foi- MOTORS lor tile public. Mcmbcis' motora t tiow enter Hie members.* carriage fiaddock.

NOTE.-BIL.CLES can only enter at the gute in Epsom road between the main entrance and the member.' drive. .Admission, (Id. THEVMUST ,BE TAI.UN,l.VlMKIlIATI.l_Y to the' STABLE. NO CIlARt.i: fir STABLING. Tlio Bicycle'Stable is oi\ nie main dine, o.i the rigut-lnuld -idt'. opposite the entrance lo Hie lia!. PERSONS TAKING cr IllliING 'I HEIR lllGVCLhS ON THE FLAT li ILL _Ul.ll.CT THEMSELVES 'IO REMOVAL IIV THE POMOL.

NO PASSES OUT «111 be issued during Hie meet- ing.

MEMBIXS

Are Particularly requested to hate their

TICKETS ..IU.ADY

Al Hie Gales, lo frc'vciií'Diday nnd'Co.iluslon to

the Traill..

IO PRU'ENT CONG I* 1 ION ¡I is particularly li-llicsled thal TICKET*» BE PURCHASED IX AD V ANCE, fiom cither -Messrs. _*ho_. Cook and Son or Iri.iii tile railwajs

SMOKING lu the GRAND-STANDS is STRICTLY I'KtIIIIHnlCI).

STANDING in the GANGWAYS of the GRAND- STANDS is STRICTLY PROI11I1T1ED.

PERSONS NOT HOLDING .', PERMIT fiom the V.II.C. arc NOT AI.LOlVI.il lo SELL HOOKS CARDS cn Hie LAWN or HILI*

The HOAD will be THOROUGHLY WATERED from (be i-wi-olflii* to Hie laiwn, for Hie Comfort of Ihc.e Hi ¡ring to the Course.

HAMPERS

l_ft with Mayne, Nickles*. and Co., Victorian Parcels E\p.ri_, 6111 Collina stteel, before 12 o'clock, will be

CONVEYED lo the LAWN,

ann" will be allcrwurds ilelivcu'tl In Hie suburbs if lt't|uir.il. .. - - t

THE CATERER

Will lie prepared.to SUPPLY Large or Small HAMPERS fur lliO-C who wish to lunch in the carriage paddock. .

Luncheon under the Gninihtaiiil, ;'/.

The BRIDGE to eurrv tnú*-ntl Vf.hura over the palhwav to Hie Lawn, and a SUBWAY under *' lalliviiy to Ink. <]MS_. ?_*«-- trout the Flat, wil divide the traffic as to remove any possible cr

LADIES may therefore now- go to tile RACE, on Hie CUP DAY without the -.MUHTEST APPRE- HENSION of INCONVENIENCE,

Owners and Ti-alricr... can enter with their horses at the Bagotville Gate, lit the ¡jack of the Hill, or by Hie New Approach inside the course by

the Abattoirs road.

The Hill Gates at Bagotville will.bo opened for Hie coniciilcnce ol iicrsor.s coming Ironi the Northern Suburbs. . *

ELECTRIC BELLS RING all over tile GROUNDS and in the REFRESHMENT, RETIRING, and other HOO.MS a (JUARTER f.f all HOUR BEFORE EACH

RACE. .

DOGS found on Hie Course will be SHOT

POISONED.

laawn and Grandstand.£0 II ti Hill and Grandstand. 0 .1 I)

The Flat. li- 1 l) Saddling Paddock-. Dúo Saddling Paddock (lidies) .... U 2 fi

Ladies ale particularly requested lo hare their lickcls ready at the entrance-gates lo the La

so as io have iticnt checked.

II. BYRON MOOlIi:, Secretar

. CREAT . UhXAT IJUEAT

A' I. -AUSTRAL I AN

EXHIBITION, V-xaiBirio.N,

EXHIBITION,.

-ENJOYABLE ENTERTAINMENTS PROVIDED.

KO EXTRA CHARGE.

B GRADE BANDS PLAY TEST PIECE.

C GRADE BANDS COMPETE IN QUICKSTEP.

A CREAT TREAT.

SIXPENCE'" ADMITS TO ALL.

_l_l_..Cli ADMITS TO ALL.

tChildrea Half-price.)

DON'T MISS THE GRAND DEMONSTRATION

. TO-MORROW (SATURDAY) NIGHT.

Bands will leave Piintc's Bridge at 7 o'clock-, and march lo the Exhibition, playing en roi.te. They will enter the arena, and Hie MASSED VIANDS will play .e.oial selections. A CHEAT. < AIIIKTY ol HAND MUSIC anil' *)tHCK-TKI» DISPLAYS will l.r given, and In addition"!'WO ll!0*COI'ES will Sholl- -PhOJALLV -MiLlCC. ED NI.W FILMS III dilfcieiil pul. -¡niuKati.oiisI*.

SOMETHING VERY SPECIAL.

ADMISSION, 1/ TO-MORROW NIGHT.

DOOKS OPEN 12 NOON and Ï p.m.

F. L. IV. ASHBY. -Mana-tei.

milli llAI-Kf-DII.«!.-SpcclñPEngngcmoñrSfMi. J. VICTOR TROTMAN, lu Dickens'. Imper.oni.

(lons, Commencing To-iiiehl.

S

UXDAY AFTERNOON E.\*CUR3IC:.S

To

PORTARLINGTON.

. S.S. EDINA leaves No. 1 Queen'. Wharf at 2.30 .ni. on SUNDAY NEXT, returning to wharf about S p.m..

, Farè-2'n. ,

DI Gili-'-. Band on board.

AUSTRALIAN' STEAMSHIPS LIMITED.

ÍÍ- Murket street. i

CO!

mil

HE ROYAL .MIDDIES.-Where your pleasure is

never problematical, hut always absolute. Al- bert Park .Beach, -nightly, 8.-0. __ D~Â"N-iNÏÎ7*---Mr.1 MrsT^cr.KV'ELAXD'S rellned

. Adult llea-nm-f. OLAS .1-*. Frl. (TO-NIGHT). S.u., Tues., Wed., Tlmrs. Evening*. ln«trnel!on, 7.3H._ 2(11 Drummond st.. Curllon. _______ DANCING.'-Mr., -Mrs. CLEVE VNDrS refined

Adult Beginners' CLISSES every Monibv Evening, 8 lo II. 2(H Drummond si., Carlton. 'Phone MU.. _ _ __

DANCING.-*-Tlie WALT;.," Ttvo'.SIen, añd"Hiirii

Dante taught In :i PRIVATE les-ioti-. Mr.. Mrs. Cleveland, 201 Drummond st., Carlton. 'Phone ra_os. _ ___

DANCING."- Mr.. Mra.ll.nhl-.I_v7 Grattan"St.,

Prahran, Near Station ('Phone, Win.,'2_. S). -Prívale LESSONS (.-Irielly .lionel, 10 a.m. (Ill 10 p.m. ilaily, _ _

DANCING.-Mr. CIÎR'IIS'S""*.LISSE., adrañeñ

Thunda.., Beginners Tuesday. 11-liñuda., Fridai eicning. Fern«haivo, Canning st., Carlton.

Prltate lessons 'Ph.-iue 71(6.

/".ARI-TUN CI.I'll.-CinikwlltT l'ltzrov'Town *_. Hall, Cup Eve; double, 2 0; refrc-limculs. D¡ GIHo's Bind. Flashlight (alni.

BOXING TAUGHT privilelv. ul Ccofr.~ Mori-

arty's Physical liiltmc Studio, lila l.ililc Collins SI. Telephone 1512. _

PHYSICAL CULT URE. for. ladle"«"and"gentlrniéiT,

wcl-dit reducing. Studio, IO*, Little Collina

st. Mr. Geoff. Moriarty, Telephone 1312. /

AMUSEMENTS.

RI C K A R I) S * S OPERA HOUSE.

M 2...II.

. TOMORROW (S WURBA Y) ARTERXOON,

MWINKI: .M WINE!.

MATINEE PRICF.S-,1/. SI..«nil II._

RICKARDS'» O I' F. It A II O U 8 E.

Harry Rickards Tirol! Theatres Limited.

Coiemlng Dlrcilor .. .. HUGH I). MiINTOSH.

"HICICAltÜS'S CIRCUIT OF THEATRES"

Implies the liest In Vaudeville.

A Selection Iront Hie Bett the Woild Can Oller.

* PROGRAMME STILL CHANGING.

Re-jppraratiee In Australia,

III M!*«

WILLETTE IWIITAKHH. lMLI.Ei.IS IVHITAKEH, . , WlLLimi: WHITAKEII,

America s Greatest Singer ol Darkie Folk Songs.

Assl'l ed |,y

, , , . F.* WILBUR HILL,

'""?oducing Miss Whiiiikcr'ä World-famous Song, «ill the Congregation Plea«e Stnnd Up and Sing

"HALLELUJAH."

Direct from U.S.A.. pir S.S. "Ventura," and First

-Mipcanincc in Australia ol

.lOE-fANTO.N'S-ATHLETKS. JOE-FAN! ON'S-ATHLKTE S. _ JOE-FAN ION'S-ATHLETES.

Featuring a Thrilling Seric«-of ..cntational Aerial

Feat«.

CiPitlug a Furore Nighll.v,

Direct ¡rom the Palace Theatre', London.

EARLE NELLIE

REINÓLOS and DUNEGAN*. IIEYNDLDS lind DONI.GAN,

REYNOLD-, and »ONECÍAN. » The World's Greatest Skaten.

ALBERTO and COI*.

In a Bunch oí Magirat Nonsense.

.h MAMMOTH ENGAGEMENT.

,11100 Pounds of llarmnnv. '

Ulli: PRIMROSE FOIT!,

THE PRIMROSE FOUR. _, THE PRIMROSE FOUR,

Tbc Acme of Melodious Ragtime Ilarmooy.

FRANK FOX.

The Debonair Comedian.

RONNIE LEON MID,

The Gill mih n Million Smiles.

TOM DAWSON.

Australia'« Preniioi Comedian and Dancer..

i WILLIAMS mid RANKIN, WILLIAMS and RANKIN, The Yankee Doodle Duo.

ir_IIOI.ll HELVES,

PRICES-I/, :)/, 2/. and 1/ (except Saturday and

holleiajs). NO HOOKING FEF.

PLAN at Allan's, Mem-ics', Oiicnlal. and Grand.

CHILDREN IN ARMS NOT UlllITTED.

_Burine»*' Mniincer. FRED. AYDON*. _ 15 I C K A It II S ' S I) I' K H A 1I0US E.

*> . It the MATINEE,

TO-MORROW (SATURDAY. NOV. 1).

Ilcupppantn. e for a *-horl Season Onlj of England's

Popular and Vitamins Comedienne, M.ss

LILLIE LANGTRY. LILLIE LANGTRY. LILLIE LANGTRY. 1.11.1*1. LANGTRY. LILLIE LINGTHV. 1,11,1.11*. I.IVGTHV. The Lillirie* Sparl-,

Incomparable Dance und Song Specialties.

,RK

FAREWELL MATINEE

TOM DAWSON*, TOM DAWSON, TOM DAWSON,

Australia's Omi Comedian,

Prior to his Departtite for London.

e Programme «111 l'o«H!iely "?'urpas-t Anjthln¡r

that has been Seen in Melbourne.

All Theatres, Assisfing. ,

The NEW. COMIC OPERA CO. The* OPERA HOUSE CO.

HARRY CORSOX CLARKE COMEDY CO. GEO. WILLOUGHBY DRAMATIC CO.

HRENNAN-FULLER VAUDEVILLE CO.

W.M. ANDERSON'S KING'S THE VIBE CO.

WHITII'-S CIRCUS.

Tlio BEACH COMPANIES, and Many Unat-

tached Artists.

Tom Bauson's iiro'cisiona] popularlt.i is great, and his Eistet and brother nrusts baie arranged . unparalleled programme, i-onlmeni'ing at 1.13.

Bo_.pl.iR at Allan's lill tliclve to-dny.

R

o p i: It A nous E.

I\T<

Frederic Shipiniu Presents ' ' MME. LILLIAN

XORlllCA TO-MORROW NICHT, N0RDl(.',i;T0*M0llltOW NIG1II*. - *. NÓRDICA,TO-MORROW NIGHT,

NÓRDICA TO-MORROW NIGHT,

Tlie Suprime Di.imiitic Soprano ol the Woild.

Also,

PIUL DUFACLT, PAUL DUFAU1T,

The Croat Canadian Tenor,

And

FRANKLIN HOLDING, Violinist;

ROMAYNE. SIMMONS, I'illnlst.

NOVEMBER 1, 1, 7, S.

FIRST CONCERT TO-MORROW (SATURDAY). /? MME. NÓRDICA,

The Gr.alc_t~l.iihu; Interpreter ol Wagner,

Will Slug:- -

SIEGFRIED'S FUNERAL MARCH SIEGFRIED'S FUNERAL MARCH

. And

BRUN.NIULUF.'S CLOSING SCENE ' BRUNN IIILDE'S CI.OSI.Nli SCENE

01

"Hil*. GorrKltDASLllERUXO," "DIE GOrrEHDAMMEKUNG,"

Also,

I A1IU from "MAD WIE BUTTERFLY,"

ARIA from ''.MADAME BUTTERFLY,"

_ - And

AltlCTTi: (Vidal),

SERENADE (Strauss),

CHANT DI*. BACCHANTE (Bumberg).

PAUL DUFAULT-sWil! Slng.

LC.N1) ME YOUR AID. from "THE ()UEF.N OF

SHEBA,"

JE DEMANDE A L'OISE IU,

AU PAYS. MORNING,

Anil

e INVICTOS.

INVICTOS.

FRANKLIN- HOLDING Will Plav: MENDELSSOHN VIOLIN COVCERTO. JIENDEIÜCOIIN VIOLIN CONCERTO.

AT THE PIANO .. .. -ROMAYNE SIMMONS.

Reserved Seals, 0/, 1/ (al Glen's). Unrcscned Seals', 2/ (at Olcn's am

S~I~"~rG~H7s"~5F~SPU:Ñ'D0U!t.-Championship

- Competitions and Big Afflictions Next Week, Wirth's Skating Pnlac "A T A. P. -í-1-T A. p.

NEW ZONOPIIONE RECORDS. NEW ZONOPilOXE' RECORDS. NEW ZONOPIIONE RECORDS.

Al A. P. SYKES.) Gramophone Parlours'i large mirabel of X1*.«' DOUBLE-SIDED ZONOPIIONE RECORDS Now Aiallable.

NEW RECORDS. The» Records can lie plavcd NEW RECORDS ,on nnv disc lall.lng-maihlne; NEW RKCOim.e». . price .1/ rneh.

NEW" REC ORD1«. The following arc a few ol NEW RECORDS, (lie bliest:

NEW RECORDS. BLACK DIAMONDS* BAND.

NKW RECORDS. "REMINISCENCES OF VERDI," NEW Itl.cnnns. . ,'Paris 1 and .-'. NEW RECORDS. '.. -

NEW RFCOIII«. ZOX.l VEVEY (willi.Piano und NEW RECORDS." Orchestra),

NEW ni CORDS, "THE CURIT.W BEI I," NEW RECORD.»-. .. "FUNNY MOON" NEW RECORDS... (Al Plantodose). NEW RECORDS. -

NEW RECORD»:. STANLEY KIROV'S CONCERT SEW RECORDS. , PARTY,

NEW RECORDS. "OFF TO THE RACES" (Godden NEW niiroim«*, und Arthur). /

NI.W RECOIlPi». "AT TEE HACES" (Godden and NEW RECORDS Arthur). NEW RECORDS. -

XEW RECORDS. ERNEST PIKE («Ith Orchestra), NEW IIECORDS. "SERENADE" (Sdioliert).

SEW RKCOHDS. "SONGS MY MOri'KR TAUGHT XEW HrcOHIK, .ME" (Thorak). XEW RECORDS. -

NFW HITOR')«.. HARRY FAY (with Orchestra), NEW RECORDS». "TUB RAGTIME NA VI Y" NEW RFCOIII)*! \ - (Hargreaic-),

NKW Rl.nOltDS. "IF THEY'D BURY ALEXAN* NFW IIFCORDS. IJEIFS BAND*'

NFW IMTOII11S, (Daiid nnd Lrr-1.

NEW RECORDS. AXD MANY OTHERS. NEW* lHTOIIDS. -

WILL YOU TILL AND HEAR THEM?

OPEN TO-NIGHT. 7 Hil in. OPEN r.l-NIOIIT. 7, I'll 10. OPEN* TO-NIGHT, 7 lill 10.

A. P. SYKF."*. 272 I Uti? Collins strict, Mclhourre. A. P. SYKES, ",;*2 Little Collin" s'lrct, Melbourne,' M" AXi-OI.lX-l TALUS MODEL.

IND0L1N-ITAL1AX MODEL.

A Special (lifer.-Mandolin. Italian Model, l"iiple'brill-. 13 ribs, ptirlled brr.crs and soinul beilii, toitolse-shcll escutcheon, brass machine beul, nilli tnsc, complete, :'î'. A dplcndld in

stHinicnt

ll.l.FSTIIATFI) LIST FREE. Open TO'SIOHT. 7 lill 10.

A. P. SI Ki:*». -172 Little (' Hins «Irret, Melbourne. nilli* II WTilDIL'»-¡Slice *.il L'ici-emon! nf'Mj-. J 'icrull TIlOflUN, lu D'l-'.'lu's Inipe-sona ll'ills, lonmieni'InK Tu night. _

nilli; DANDI! _. SI. billia.-Alter "seeing ilieni

i- loil'll dream the Cup Winner. A reiebttloti

i'.il rolllel-,_ HAIR'FPl.CIAUSr. - In l-osa of Hair, Ore»

ness, Bald Patches. Weak or Falling Hair. Scurf, Dandn.fr, consult, free. J. S. Uie, IK Bourke st., opp. Market. Litab, 1841.

AMUSEMENTS.

mil»- hlNC'S THEATRE, Soie IeK*anl Dliccllon W11 HAM .NDrRSO",.

I tR «MI MCIT1 of

Till COS! í-5*-OS III! COSH* SSIOS

jj,; Sight*«! M1 the 1 itounte«

Last Sight i,_uu| 1NI)|I|S0SS

I n-scnl Drunutir ^-çii 01

Book lotir Seayt ¿¡j«- ¡»j* >-.* -»W» *.<

Last Sight m ",!,.

1 tigenle IlicVnii "s H i ( remilton

Roller i

Roi I I llartlelt

Charles "¡mîwn "' ,V 1,,m,1i!ir?P.. Rutland Ucekct. .*!»?. lliumis Bartlet!

Max Clifton ' a* N " I.0*\P1' 1> "nonu

leiuple Harrisoi as *U.'*S» ¿'Wfa-J

I I Lawrence is .ran- Gordon

I tlw In Campbell as lohn Peabody, R II Stephenton , ai 11' Ouskln* Rolanl Cenw-ay us ( II lllackinni Olive lliltnu as I'll«! Moran Marlin Willis as Mr» Bartlett

I Ist Sijit of

THF COSÍ I SSIOS Til! OSIIsSlOS

Produced Under (le ! cr omi *upcrvl«t ii of

WILLUM ASDLRSOS

Popnlar Prices-*/ 1/ '/ an! one shllllng Larll doors Uti evil- lad stalls and gallery

stage furtitshm*.« 1 y S Sattiaii and son*. Children li aims not uouutted

T

T II I A T It a

I Dil .TTIir RAC-S Mid ! I D .Y \T lill RlCh-S Hrlfcht

! o the I Ir t Time In Melbourne

A Bigger ¡show and n Bcttti Show than

Hie Grafters

II lum of the Treat

\ co DAscnts uni sisal us i connu is*

lull Company of Over 100 I rust

IO MORROW Milli (DI RBY SIGH I) IO MORROW SIGHT tDLHlll SIGHT)

The Wonderful, Compelling Musltal Coined)

11 itimpt

-A DI. Al HIL II ICI S - - I lill li lill RICLS - - I DAY li lill RlOrS -

[With Ils Health of Scenic Splen lour, Le_elc»l Comedy Situations iotclv t iris UnprecedenteU Stell ir Talent and Cn-rtlv Uln-, Music it is a i worth) successor lo Hie Grallcis an I The Spccu

lators

NO 1 I C 1

1IIIS UTI HSOOS

ILSTR II I IS RIM DAW SOS Scicn-ifh. Dispensel of llnnioi r

Makes his Last Ippiarunee it Hie Opera House

Memorable Bill Book it Mian s_

EASY MONLY'

See

A DIY IT lill* R ICL.

.Iib LISOS THEA1 R! - TO MORROW SIGHT

_ MLSSIGI I POM MM!«! _C_L Vîtes U I 1 ROM M 1RS

. MESS M.I 1 ROM MlllS . MhSSAGL 1 ROM Mills . Mt_>_U I* 1 ROM MM!. . MtS-lGL 1HOM Mills

lit ( nut I .chis ir Screen I lu lu bo 1 resentí I t r Hie li st lune Lndel lilt Direction of Hie Imalganuietl 1 iciures

IT Hil Mill S1IC TllLl.R. IT Til! MUISTIO Till lilli \r HIL MULSTIC HIL URL

CIIIRI! S II .11 IRF UI MIUS 11-Yilltr t, CHIRII S IlllUHLl

In His Original Impersonation of Horace Parker,

lud the Tollón tig ft itmlici lit C*t«t of

Lh irailcr«

III i 1 ir l class Lompitii or liest Lnd

Iclors anti le! re« es -

Hie Messt ngir Mr C Holm in Clark

(Bt Iel mission of Mr Gaston Miytr)

lite hamp Mr Hubert Hillls

Irthur Dicev Mr 1 rank Hector The God of Mars Mr II Crompto

(Bv Permis lou of Mr Geo 1 itvardes )

He llouudcl Man Ml B SUnmore

(By I erml.slon of Mr R Courtneiilj,c )

Minnie Mi s Clisslc Bell

.tint Moni i Miss Kite Tindall Mrs Clarence Miss nice« ictnplc Hella Miss 1 velvn lldumont Hie Wound- ! Man s'11 ile Miss Toni Keith

S irli eier)one will remember with keen plea ure lilis wundi rtul plat willi its strong imollonal love an I dramatic interest It vi is a le cord s lecess in Great Britain in the United Stitcs and in 1 istralia Ml Charles llawtrcy who t reate 1 Hu part of Horace Parler has played it no fewer I han 000 time

Trltlv Is It sai I Ihat tlie irt of Hie picture make

is sup rlor to thit of the producer of it pla) for he can call on Satine herself to provide th" set

tings of the scenes he is to | ortray In this greit plat wit ho it worl (he fullest* aduntagc his been laken ef tie facilities the filmmaker is able ti I introl

Hie cffecls ititi nie scenes In ltira itself then there are Hie tin Ililli; i cues at tho stirring Ure scene wheie motor flie engines aie busily engaged -and al! Hie dnm-ille situation* arc filmet!

familiar parts of london Diereis liso t won it ful picture nctuillv tiken in Infligir Sqm where VIr Hawleev plavs lu* part whilst the stream ef the metropolis passe* bt

PLIS nt li I AS S I RICI S-Od to '/li

MAJESTIC MUbSTIO

All SI10 THEATRL MA1.SH0 liAJtSlIC MllEbTIO

Amalgamated Pictures Ltd.

Season Po Itiielv Closes Hu- ! vcldnt, Hie ltmncii-c!> Sueccs ful lopular, in i C1

Ln_,lis!t Comptny

11IF BLnillllllS Hlb HUTH.HH lib THl- BLI I! HI I Its -III ULTU HIL Li HIL IltniERIl li.

iUL UUTTLHILILS,

lil a

Gill. IT SPI C1 It TROCR IMME

Indu Uni, Ml.the

MOS1 POPULM! 1TLMS

Of Their Utracllve Repertoire

Pcrio-a! Direction of Mr lretl McCrea. POl LI AH 11 ICI s 3/, V and 1/ Box plan a' Mian s

A

T H L \ L U M HALL

Cnuinieneini, IO MORROW SIGHT

(MILHln. MJUMIII-.lt 1)

Continuing Ihrouth Cup Week

lleapptirante or Miss

Pill 11 IS HOI WOOD I-OI DI I UM I IS 1101 HOOD 1 OLD! I HY 11 lb HOl'llOOD tOl DI

1 II YI Lib HOPW OOD . OLÜ1,

The

Original

1 lino monologiste, In tier BRIGHT

SOUL

RLH1LSII1SG 1 S-bRTHSMI ST

I 111 11 IS

1IOP1100D I 01 01 IIOI HOOD tOI DI HOPWOOD 10LDI

».ni Ihr lilistle und Reñncd Compnnv M M)H I IM IIOPH 0011101 111 Soprano H UHR 1 lilRsm llarpisl GFOKGL C0WLL1 llarllone

PR1C.S-1 rent Reserved Stalls 41 Unreserved ' Tamil) Tiekc!, admit-In-, four (reserved) 12/

_/ ea.,iii_t .,_nv.. munit tin,, tuite ire-i

Cliairs and Balcony "/ Idnussion 1/

BOX J I AS at PIASOI I CO

I lill I rogramme in The Argus ion_ Dlrectiun I null ncr Smith

ITIIL\;1 Uli HAIL xi. -

IO SIGH I at S OClocI IO SIGHI al S O clock

It.ClTU

Of the Origin ii Composition« of

C1 ll.lil VI II li DOS U IUDI 11 li DOS

Hie LOMPOSl It will play ! lano Solos

I rellide Marnrl u 1 ulla.) Capnccletto Muiiorlcs I egtliti Tho Siren Romance, Lien Ing yonp and I Ive Minim l-cavcs Mlss IMA ROGI RS will Sing

la) To morrow (li) Sell s 1 llllabv Miss MIDI I BOY*, will Sint-

ió) Sisters ol Music (li) loic is Come Miss MlllGHt. I RU w11! Play

(a) Irla (h) Ballade

Herr I 0L1S IIATT. SIIAUI will Plat -

(a) Grilling (b) Pleasure (t) lleludj (l!) Berceuse

Mr C! IUDI Srilll I ISO will Sing

( hanlin-, Sou,, let Come What Come Mu

( oi 1 Slghtl larcwcll! (Three Sont,s of lartiicll)

.Hie lOMI'Obtli anl Miss MIROIR' CRAY -

Smalti for I lano and I foul] I

Miss M 11'GI HY f RAI, Herr 111TTINB.C1I and

the (OMI OS_.lt

11 intasic-Trio for I lolln Collo and Piano IRir-IS- ol and 3/ (rescrvtd) Idml-Sion 2/

Box | hu open at .Han s Tickets obtiliiablc at Allan s an 1 I lanol l Co

Management 1 aulkucr Smith

breo.es _ .le« Ireelt Ik it Ills

Beith s e, "ii,! lit _ CIS SK.IIIS 01 SI I I- M-01 H -Cham) lonshlp k5 ( nipetltlin» ml Big VllVi lions Sett Htel UirlhsM illili- I alni I

A MIIIADI S - MISKS 1011 I ».SCI DRI SS ___.CIHSII Al-1 en Hess vantiv anlmils heals nttlonalilie detlls iliwns monstro Itlcs false i osea. 01 Jlourke s! __ __ ___

MACK li A1PARITL3 for amateur anl pe-

lel lonal ccniurors il1tistr_tid catalogue frc_

Icntrilc.ulal Dolls. Mill Andradj, 201 Bourke st

-_TDS~--C_

AMDSS_C__<rTS.

rp ii i

Direction.J. " J. c. AVIlllamson Ltd. ilanaglng Director«: Jilt?.r.**. Geo. Tullis. Hugh J.

Ward. Clyde Mejmoll.

uy /

J

./

J* C/ WILLIAMSON LTD.

the llonoui lo Present

líÉ W J S W A L L E It

LEWIS W ALLE li

t And N

ilADOE TITHERADGE

The «OMA NTIC'cOSl'U.ME COMEDY,

By ALEXANDRE DUMAS, adapted by SYDNEY

GRUNDY. lu Four Acts.

Preceded ni S o'clock hir

L li W I S W ALLE II,

In a Modern Monologue, by Henry Hamilton,

Author ol "Tim Whip,"

. Entitled

"FORTUNE'S POOL."

The above comprising a DOUBLE PROGRAMME if exceptional interest uud attnietivcnet..

Box-plan nt Allan's, Menzies', The Granel, Oriental, and Occidental. D.C. mid U.S., 0/; ¡»tulls, 4'; Gallery, 2/. No curly doors. Day Sale at Tlicatie Roynl Confectioner}-.

rp II E A T It li «OYAL.

ATTRACTION EXTRAORDINARY. SATURDAY WEEK, NOVEMBER E.

LEWIS WALLER and MADGE TlTIIEltADGE lu lite* Enormous!}' Successful Emotional Plat,

"A BUTTERFLY OX THE WHEEL," "A BUTTERFLY OX THE WHEEL,"

By E. G. Hemmerde, K.C., and Francia

Neilson, M.P.

most t-lriking successes in England and .-America. Tim great scene of the Divorce* Court trial c1 the most vliidiy realistic ever witnessed stage.

Preliminary Booking Applications for the first night, which must be accompanied bj' remittance, «.111 be received by the Business Manager, Theatre lto.lal, up lo noon TO-DAY. D.C. and U.S.. 7/0. Orellnary Box-plan opena at Allan's next Monday morning.

ASURE TIP '.FOR THE CUl'I

A DAY AT TUB RACES.

THE KING'S THEATRE. - TO-MORROW NIGHT.

B

1 J 0 U T li E A T. It E.

Telephon.' GC03.

Lessees.Messrs. BRENNAN and FULLER.

DIRECTION HARRY CORSOS CLARKE.

"TUE HOUSE OF LAUGUTER."

TO-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT!

SECOND BIG AVEEIi! ' SECOND DIG WEEK!

Of

HARRY CORSOS CLARKE HARRY COUSUS CLARKE

And lils

AMERICAN COMEDY COMPANY,

In

"Tho Wildest mid Most Screamingly

Laughable Absurdity,"

"WHAT DID TOMKINS DO}" "WHAT DID TOMKINS D0Í"

Come Prepared io

Smile! Snickerl Laugh! and Scream!I! WHY NOT BOOK YOUR SEATS NOW? WHY NOT BOOK YOUR SEAT'S NOW?

THE THREE SHILLING ONES

AT THE PIANOLA.

Why .Not Come Early, and Get Those Comlortabl« Tip-up Seats in the Family Circle at One Shillingt

REMEMBER, N0 BOOKING FEE. REMEMBER. NO BOOKING FEE.

A DAY AT Till*. RACE.«-.

I'S THEATRE, - TO-MORROW NIGHT. "THOM MANGER TO CROSS. The DAILY MATINEES nt THE SNOWDEN will lie Continued ALL NEXT WEI*K, to enable visitors lo ECC the Wonderlul Production, nile] also cope erith the demand for Sunday and Da}* School Parties.

rpHE. SNOWDEN (Over Prince. Bridge),

FIFTH WEEK,

And

LAi-T NIGHT LAST NIGHT

Of KALEM'S £20,000 PRODUCTION,

FROM MANGER TO CROSS, FROM MANGER. TO CROSS. FROM MANOEIl TO CROSS, FROM MANGER TO CROSS. FROM .LANGI'li. TO CROSS, FROM MANOUlt TO CROSS.

Produced in Eçypt and Palestine, in the actual

location»! in which these stupendous events '

occurred.

TO-DAY, at 2.*:0. TONIGHT, at S.

THE THE

SNOWDEN. In Addition lo SNOWDEN*. SNOW-DEN FROM MINGER TO SNOWDEN. SNOWDEN. CROSS,, .«.SOWDEN'. SNOWDEN. Another SNOWDEN. SNOWDEN STAR FEATURE, SNOWDEN. SNOWDEN. Bv the Selig Co.. SNOWDEN. SNOWDEN.. IN GOD IVBTRUST. SNOWDEN. SNOWDEN. IN GOD W11 TRUST. ¡SNOWDEN. SNOWDEN. IN GOD U'UTHUSl'. SNOWDEN.

TO-MORROW (SATURDAY) NIGHT.

STARTLING AND SENSATIONAL HOLIDAY

PROGRAMME,

SPECIALLY SELECTED FOR THE RACING

CARNIVAL,

Including the Imp. Feature. THE RISE OF OFFICER 170.

PRICES, 1/6. 1/, and lid. Children Half Price.

0

1 li C U S. CIRCUS.

W1RTIIS LIMITED.

THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH

At

HIPPODROME, W1RTII PARK.

8 MORE NIGHTS ONLY.

Posiliicly the laist Performance, . SATURDAY WEEK, NOVEMBER 3.

NEES, TO-MORROW (.atunlav) and TUES-

DAY (Cuii Day), at 2.13 p.m.

Children Under 12 Half-price, Except to Callory.

WIRTH'S FAMOUS BIG SHOWS HAVE

this seasons procured the Cream of the AVorld's Foremost Artists, iucltiiliug »neb norlel-renowncel performers ni-Lu Belle Victor!». Doblado, Nelson Family, > the ll.ibtlcns, The Flying Codonn?, Hob »eon Sisters, Alfredo lln.is and Pimple, Signorma Bolinda, the Teddy Bear», >l well-filled MESA GERIE, Including n fine specimen of the 5IAX DRILL, on view ever}' pcrlormance.

TUESDAY (CUP) NIGHT, ' lu the Circus Ring,

THE EIDER OF CUP WINNER, '

as usual, «'III be Presented by the W'irtb Bros.

with a

GOLD-MOUNTED HIDING-WHIP.

PRICES.-bl. I/, 31, 2/, 1/, except Saturday and holidays..

BOX-PLAN at GLEN'S.

Notice.-Accounts will be paid to-morrou-, Satur- day, nt 10 a.m., Circus office.

T1-!;

THE ROYAL MIDDIES.-By lite sad «cn wale,

but with ill! sadness annihilated. Albert Park

Beach, nightly, S.30._

THE AQUARIUM, MELBOURNE EXHIBITION.

HE AIMJAHIUM, MELBOURNE EXHIBITION.

PERFORMING SJ:A!.S und SEA LIONS. PERFORMING SEALS and SEA LIONS. PERFORMING DOGS and MONKEY.«-. PERFORMING DOGS and MONKEYS.

THE ST. CLAIRE SISTERS, THE ST. CLAIRE SISTERS, THE ST. CLAIRE SISTERS,

Champion Lady Swimmers Jnd Uiver3. i hampton L*u!v Swimmers anti Diei-is. Champion Lady Swimmers and Dit ITS.

SALOME DANCE."- .SALOME DANCE. SALOME DANCE. SALOME DANCE.

MUSICAL MAItVFL. .MUSICAL MARVEL. MUSICAL .MAUVE!.. MUSICAL MARVEL.

New Moline: Picture.'. New Moling Picture«. New .Moving Pictures. New Moving Pictures. The Museums. The Piétine Salon. The Cyclorama.

Open Hally, 10 a.m. lo ó p.m., and 7 p.m. lo 10 p.m. One» charge udmlts to nil, 1/ and Hil.

ryÓOLÓcrCAírGARDENS, It'oYALP.MiK.--TaT'

àià Elizabeth st. Red Trams, mid ask for Transfer lo Garden«; or Train. Flinders street lia Spencer street, und bool; to lloj-nl I'llrk. A.iinission, ill.; ihihlrcn, 3d.; sehools, half-price. Elephant, Motor Train, Donkuv Hides. The Viie-ltegul Band, unile: »li*. Cbarlis Smith. «Ill play on =111)11.1}* next.

IRVING .Hld BEXIIRODT. Hu* U'oiliP« F.isf r~x'.

hlhltiru -»kater', li Irlli*. Skating Palate*, Six Nights troin Mundi} Nell.

min: 11 INDIES, St. Kilda.-lime you seen and X heard thini Don't delay, If .uni would enjoy life. _

H Uti.-Switches, !. ringe',, Puffs, (Juris, Wig,",

Parting«. Plaits, largest slock- In Australia;

Lie, HI Bourke* st., exactly

AMÜSEMENTS.

p n i s c c 3 a ' s_ TIIBATRR

Sole Proprletcr.s . . GEORGE WILLOUGHBY LTD. Managing Dlieclor' .. GEORGE WILLOI. QUOY.

.10-NTGITT anti EVERY EVENING,

lill: DRAMA OF THE HAY,

The Play for the People,

Written hy Fred Melville, lind entitled "HER ROAD TO RUIN." The Urama "HER ROAD TO RUIN." ' lor

"HER ROAD TO RUIN." Everyone. "1IKII ROAD TO RUIN." -

"HER ROAD TO RUIN." For Young, Old, "HER ROAD TO RHIN." IlîMl, I'oor, the

"HER ROAD TO RUIN." Giddy, the Serious, "HER ROAD TO RUIN." .1 Sedate, mid "IIEIt ROAD TO RUIN." V Studious.

And why. For cu-ryone iccnuse It touches all Hie Emolions of Hie Human Frame, from I-OVF to HATE, ,.)OY to SORROW, and C_!AIIS ti

LAUGHTER.

GEORGE WILLOIIGHBY-.S Vi "ULAR

DRAMATIC COMPANY, .

Including some of Hie finest actors of the day.

Amongst vvhtim arc

CYRIL MACKAY. NELLIE FERGUSSON., IICIIIIKRT LEIGH, , PEARL SMITH,

HILLIARD VOX. GWENDOLYN DOR1SL', BRANDON CHI'.MEII, NELL HOLROYD, ARTHUR SHIRLEY, FRANK NEU;, fcc.

A TALK OF LONDON LIFE. JOY, and SORROW.

GEORGE WILLOUOHBY'S SECOND GREAT '

PRODUCTION.

Scenes of London, from En*t to West in Lon i!on, PIMLICO lo Hie EMBANKMENT. MAN- SION'S to SLU,MS.

COME AND SEI.

"HER HOAD TO RUIN."

A Thorough Night's Amti«emcn!. Fun, Langhtc

Leave Core at Hume, und Sec "HER ROAD TO

R1JIN." .

PRICES.- ii, 31, 2/, T. Box-plan at PIANOLA, MENZIES', and the THEATRE. EARL1ES AS

L'SUIL.

DAY' SALES at Princess's Confectionery. Business Manager-George Dullei:

O M D A \Y S O X~ T

M!«s SYBIL ARUXDALE In Some Special .lumbers. Plan Allan's lill 12. _

K

EEP ON MAKING

And See

'THE KISSING GIRLS"

JTEll

llRENNAN-FULLF.R'S VAUDEVILLE CO.

Managing Director, Den¿ J. Fuller.

THE BANZM FAMILY, THE BANZAI FAMILY, THE BANZAI FAMILY, TIIE BANZAI FAMILY,

Appearing at the

MATINEE EVERY MATINEF,, MATINEE- DAY, MATINEE. MATINEE AT MATINEE MATINEE 2.30. MATINEE

Tina Week,

AN AMAZING AGGREGATION.

Nothing Before Seen Like the

RIOTOUS ENTHUSIASM | Engendered by the Greatest o! All Acts, THE ROYAL 11ANZAI FAMILY*. THE »OYAL BANZAI FAMILY, THE ROYAL HANZAI FAMILY, THU ROYAL DANZAI FAMILY, The Marvellous Acrobatic Combination.

AN ACT.OF CROWNING MERIT.

Tlie lïiinrais' gorgeous set of scenery, which is embroidered in gold, is valued nt __00_. LIEUT. STOFF, Army

LIEUT. STOFF, Ventriloquist.

THE Real Knockabouts KLIMO and KLIKTON*. on the Roman Rings. KLIMO and KLIFTON.

AH FRED. BHANSCOMBB Established DENNIS CARNEY

First MARGARET C01IBY Favourites. RUBY WALLACE PAUL PEDRINI, Featuring

PAUL PEDRINI, "I'aslimcs on PAUL PEDHINI, n Battleship."

Matinee, Cd. and 1/; Evening, Gd., 1/, and 2/.

A FEW WORDS OF GOOD ADVICE.

COME 1-AHLY, TO SECURE YOUR SEATS. Box-plan at Gaiety only. 'Phone 550_.

TO-NIGHT,

A Host

AMATEUR of Clever " AMATEUR Vaudeville AMATEUR Aspiranls,

Comedians, . TRIALS. Eeiuihhrists, TRIALS.

Jugglers, TRIAI--. _ Iiulladisls. _ TRIALS.

UP AGAINST IT !!!

Sec

A DAY AT Tilt: RACES.

THE KING'S THEATRE. - TO-MORROW NIGHT. QPENCER'S PIOTURES.

O I. Y M P I A.

TO-NIGHT, TO-NIGHT,

Tlie Following New Subjects tor

THE HIE

K I K 15 T O 1' li O N E. K 1 N li T OTHO N E. K ISC.Ol'UO X E.

(a) SAID PASHA.

A Pocket Edition o! Bright Comic Opera. (b) THE OLD GUARD.

A Speaking-Picture Drama. (c) THE FIVE BACHELORS.

Reproducing Hie b,ivi!)f_a and Doings of the

Uachclois' Club.

THERE ARE ONLY

TWO MORE NIGHTS OF Tlie 'Tully Grout Picture

Entltlcc)

THE KING OF »THE AIR, THE KING OF 'lill.' Atlt, THE KING OF THE AIR, ~ THE KING OF THE AIR.

THE KING OF TUB AIR. THE KING OF THE .lill, THE KING OF 'THE AIR,

A Romance of -Aviation,

In (I.OOOfl.

Of

SUPERB COLOUR PHOTOGRAPHY.

THIS GLORIOUS DRAMATIC PICTURE,

In addition to a deeply Interesting story, sump-

tuous settings and i ostuiiies. and superb acting,

STANDS ABSOLUTELY ALONE

in Ihe cttraoidlnarv succession of scenes photo- graphed from a swirily-moviiig Aeroplane Tim icsults are almost iudcscilh.lblt, mid must be seen

to hu believed.

NOTHING APPROACHING IT HAS EVER BEEN

PREVIOUSLY SHOWN. ,

PLEASE NOTE THIS THE KING OF THE AIR

Is nOOOfl. in Length.

And Commences ut S.15 p.m.

?TÎTll: I1AFF0I)1LS.-Dtin't .Miss Special Cup .L week I'lngrainiue, Commencing To-night.

B''

1 ;

A L I» A R A T . EXHIBITION,

OPENING IN DECEMBER.

APPLICATIONS (or SPACE and ENTRIES

COMPETITIVE SECTIONS

CLOSE NOVEMBER 1.

For Schedule of Prizes and Application Forms lor

space, npply

J. C. KELSALL, Manager, EXHIBITION BUILDINGS,

, BALLARAT.

IRVING and RKNDRODT. the JVorld's Best Ex-

hibition SkjiiTS, Wlrth's Skating Palace, Six Nights from Monday Nest._.

B3

THE PERIODICAL SALE OF . ' - THE PERIODICAL SALE OF .

SLIGHTLY-USED PIANOS SLIGHTLY-L'SEI) PIANOS SLIGHTLY-USED PIANOS HAS NOW COMMENCED.

All Pianos offered at this sule have been ex- changed for the World-famous .

STECK PIANOLA PIANOS.

STEIN WAY PIANOLl PIANOS.

,-THOUll .PIANOLA PIANOS, WEBER 'PIANOLA PIANOS,

and are in icmaikably line condition, only a per« tonal inspection giving a true appreciation of lilla feature. _

SECONDHAND GRAND PIANOS. SECONDHAND UPRIGHT PIANOS. ' SECONDHAND CABINET ORGANS.

SECONDHAND PIANO-PLAYERS.

rpllli ROYAL MIDDIES, Albert Pork Beach. X Nishllv. 8 3.1; prices I/II, 1/. (lil. Hox-plni

Sander«'-', . 'beril'arl;; Pianola, eily.

rnill; DANIIIK.., SI. Kilda.-Cup lime" nag "time J- Aniuicuicnl. THE place lo pass a h.ippv time. GO!_

T.1UH1.IJNG, IV. I!. - VOICE" "PRODUCTION, J- l'l.inoforle, ILiiinoiiy, Evauiiiiatious, free losls; liberal terms; Sight Singing Clo__cs, Tiics day, 10/t» quarterly; Advanced guinea quarterly. Royal Arcade

? AMug-ena-nrra. N

<?;is}n,T'<Lî_MS0N ''m* S ANNUAL PANTOMIME EXTRAVAGANZA.

"THE FORTY THIEVES."

.....P."1"1 ''atriotii* Pageant.

. "DRUMS OF ALL NATIONS."

Applications »III be reielied up lo TO-MORROW from ladles who are ...lined lu represent All, S»t,,,ídaj"',risC¿"e.n"! V"Ha,hn *m P"«"»«!«»

JJ EU 11 A J ESTJY'S THEATRE.

Si«.'». Dilecto«: .»!=»"%... TLVmrHueh'f

_ Ward, Clyde MeynelL

¿Ä^n.î,,^^1^it^i./._^|í.

Rellim of the

NEW COMIC OPERA CO.,

l'lcscntiiig n Rciival of

'.'.I ii E -ARCADIAN P," ?i ' ARCADIAN S " 'T HU ARCADIA N S,"

The Musical Play which ha« stood tho test of ;!,__,

A CAST ÈNTIRELY'NËW lo MELBOURNE

, Including ' . , HILDA VISING as SOMBRA

.(Her First Appearance),

And FAREWELL APPEARANCES In AUSTRALIA

Of

SYBIL .IRONDALE as "T he Girl with the Brogue .?

? W. S. PEltCY as SIMPLICITA3.

THE MUSICAL PLAY THAT'S ALWAYS MERRY ,imi-s. ,*",, ANÜ MIGHT. ..11RÏ

WHEN YOU ARE NUT LISTEXI.Nf) TO Tin»

DELIGHTFUL MUS CAL "UMBERS YOU ARK SIMPLY ROCKING WITH LAUGHTER. ~~

Musical Director: ANDREW MACCUNN.

Curtain rises nt Í.O0.

BOX-PLANS at Allan**. Menai«', The Grt_d ma.

4/i'Pit and Gallery, 2/; Late Door, 1/. Day Sal. ' cJÜL *?><?*' Confectionery and RowId'L

Children lu Arms Not Admitted.

M~5Sii,-^-^?"B^s~l~,"'^'*i~^ if'-1-»'.'bourne Society the Latest and Most Charm, ng Ballroom Version o! "THE TANGO," as danced In e.\çuslve London circles. Private Classes formed or Indiiidunl lessons given now. Apply, by letter, to Miss .lennie Brenan. Her Majcst}VTheatre, ol personally lo Seonrlleld Clu___.cis._J0,1 Collin« st

T ° I1«, n A v,r'*~° ?* '""A »' E~ÏV"_~_ L -L OPERA HOUSE, THIS AFTERNOON. '

W. S. PERCY und VICTOR PHINUE

lu the Milne Comedy,

"HIS WIFE'S SISTER." Plan at Allan's till 12.

rpiiE

OS

LAST' DAYS Ol' . POMPEII.

. Al WEST'S.

FINAL MATINEE" TO-MORROW.

THREE MORI*. DISPLAY«, THREE MORE DISPLAYS THREE MORE DISPLAYS,

TO-MOIUIOIV AFTERNOON*. TU-MORROW AFÏËHN00.V

--"And

TO-MORROW Nlfllir, , TO-MORHOW NIGHT,

Of Hie Wonderful Production, .

THE LAST faAYS OF I'OSIPKll,

THE LAST DAYS OF POMPEII, THE LAST DAYS OF POMPEII, THE LAST DAYS OF l'OMI'I.II, . THE LAST' DAYS Ol' POMPEII,

THE LAST DAYS OF POMPEII, , THE LAST DAYS OF POMPEII, THE LAST DAYS OF POMPEII,

INCOMPARABLY Hie F1.N__T

Achievement oí the Cinema to Bate. ',

it tells Bulwer Lyttou's story of the days worri, ancient Pompeii trembled under Hie shadow of de* structioii, anti gives an

AWE-INSPIRING REPRESENTATION

Of Um

FINAL, TERRIBLE TRAGEDY,

1 Ilv which an

ERUPTION OF VESUVIUS

Overwhelmed Hie city mid bulled it beneath a

Deluge of

FIERY VOL,CASIC ASHES.

SPECIÁI7"MUSIG

Arranged for the Production, will be Played tv I

«'EST'S GRAND ORCHESTRA, WEST'S GRAND OHCHESTItA.

Prices-Cd. lo 2/0. Box-plan -it Glen'!.

WONDERFUL ami FAITHFUL REPRODUC . TIOX uf lim Most Hitter Connia in the

War Annals or the World,

THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG, THE BATTLE OF GET rYSBUIIG, Tim BWTLI: ol' tii.rrv.siit'iie;, THE BATTLE OF GElTYsBLIIG.

To be Screened

Usual prices. Plan al Glen'!

MELBA, . - BRITANNIA

ELBA THEATRES. BRITANNIA MELBA, 1IIIITANN1A

General Manager. '.WHERE EVIillYIIODY GOES."

CONTINUOUS I-BOM 11 «.lil. TILL 11 p.m.

SCRUPULOUSLY ^^"^"".^ "^

MERRY AND MONSTER 1'IIOUIIAMMt*.

"MELBA THEATRE."

THE BURNING HUTT, Tnoieel THE BURNING RIVET', Lulim THE BIlHXi.NTI .JUWi'i, leatuie .niE HURNIXG RIVET, Drama.

.. municipal scheine, bcuiilifiilly spoiled, cneli 1

happiness.

FICKLE TRAMP V» .

(Comedy). (sítale). .

UNJUST SUSPICION, PRUGHESS OF AVIAIIO*"

and HOBBY'S LONG TRU-SEHs.

"BRITANNIA THEATRE."

F.W.U, LEGACY, FATAL 1,1.0.CV, FATAL LEGACY, FATAL I.IXiACl, FATAL LEUACl, FATAL LLU-U**., FATAL LEGACY, FATAL LEÜAUl,

A tno-rccl Kalem production, In «Illili undreamed*

of possibilities for thrills baie been rcali-cd in

thU stirring lomance. ...~M." MODEST IIKRU PATIIE'S UAZETT.

(Coined)). (foplcal).

THE ENGAGING KUI _ll_°A MILLINERY B0MU.

CUANGE PROGRAMME TWICE WEEKLY,

MONDAYS mid THURSDAYS.

TRYING .Hld BENBHODT, the Woihl's Be.-t Ex* X liililtlon Skalers, Wirti.'« Skating 1'alaic-SiJ MgliUJroni Monday Next,__ nilli: DAFFODILS.-Doñ'.t .Miss S|icclal Cup* X «eel. Pingiiiniini1, Conimi'iicilig To-night._ rilHE 1)ASDH*.S, SI. Kilda.-New Company mail« 1 GOOD right away. Autüciiics fairly sueui willi delight._Seeing'» beliciing_ fSOÎCCUl' DAY' ENTERTAINMENT. J.1 OH CUP DAY ENTERTAINMENT.

MACHOW'.S. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS

MACHOWS. and Noicltlqs thai will mike uelfclit* MACHOW.. ful entertainment for I'lcnict, Al. MACHOWS. MACROW'S-. ACCORDEONS.

MACROW'S.

MACROW'S. Superb "Sterling" and "I'«!;''-"***. MACROW'S. Mpdcb. The tone is ponerla! anil MACROW'S. plea-lilt.. Ki cry one is »Iron./ MACROW'S. mudo and nltruitlvcly finished..

MACHOWS. 7/11, . 10/li, 12/0, li/, 1;/.' MACHOWS. 20/, 22/0, 25/, 3../. Is/«* MACROW'S. Write for l.taltwni!. MACROW'S .MACRO« "S. MACROW'S.

MACHOW'S. .- ...

MACROW'S.. Magpie Moilils mu! many otlieis «J MACHOWS. cxcepliiuial i-itue m a urldj M MACROW'S. lee)«, easy lo blow, good tone, -w MACHOWS. nell Ihihlicd. _p MAClIOWt*. ' Ud. to 0/(1. t 1 MACHOWS. v^T-i-iT. !' MACHOWS. .NOVtLlll.s. ,'

MACROW'S. , -;-, ,"i"ii. MACHOWS. A tremendous its-so riment, J"*' ,_.' MACHOWS. nblo for Tuesdaj's outing.1 '« MACHOWS. lloin«, Zolles, Cañarle-, I .»» .lACIIi'W'.. Rolisliriilcr Horn.', and dene» «'.

¡lACIIOW'S. -others nt special pinn,

äÄS oi.ENT".í1;.t.;,oN<-i*¡..i».n'.

M intelWS ' "The Centrew.it,

MA-CHOW's' 2.-.0 Colllii__Strect.JleIhour.e__. XTADAME^ERGEEN.r (Glllc.l Life S-ie»'*') M .lei's gleitest satisfaction; nu disippolat*

mont«; Mee the mirror of soul, a'«' *-;««._,. ladles dally. 122 Burwood rd., Ilaeilho.n, ant stnti..-- _ _ . _ -.. ,-r. OR.""I,N*AI. Madame Zepbc), Gifted ¡-I»*-1"?

.,;,,¿-s%tónavkfsi,u;íK

M

thilo« n si. trau./. __-¡r-'

[ADAME V.AZEL. Trame. -lairinyant. '»j

»urld's «tuilier, fuie, muni, an I iluw«*; readrr. .r.S'J Chapel it.,1 South larra.-.-.;

MItS.~ T HOMI'SON. I'hrcnolesi-t, lill»'1«; 'Li

tlvcs di- e oi creel; mourned dru» neil j»'»;

Saltivutei ' liner, iliscoveied IK'Ir

El Hill s*.., Fitzroy. /

Printed and Published i by Henrj'__,___. ii

"The Argui" office, Colllna-rireet. Millwur»* ? Q Wilton auJ l!ac_inao_,/proorieti)r_ ? ?'?

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