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SHAW SAVILI and ALBION COMPANY I D -

ROlAL MAIL STEAMSHIPS between NEW ZI Al AND (finally IYTTFLTON or Vi ti LINGTON as arranged) and LONDON califat RIO JANEIRO TENERIFFE and PLYMOUTH

Steamer

IOVIO

TAINUI DORIC ARAWA COPTIO

4753 6031 4744 E0»0 4443

3500 Juno 23. 6000 SoOO rooo 3600

July 21

\ugust l8. Sept li

Oot 13

These steamers aro All steel built and Include tbrce "N hito Star liners The saloons aro all amidships. The fastest passages on record havo been made by thiB line the latest being Lyttelton to London under J5 -aaya including all stoppages. Passengers can sec Hobart the beauties of New Zealand scenery, tho magnificent harbour of Itlo and escape tho lied Sea THROlian RATES EXCEEDINGLY MODERATE.

Unlun Companys steamer Waihora leading Mel boi me June 11, connects at Lyttelton with li M S

Ionic.

bor particulars apply to

ThoNATIONAI MORTGAOr and AGFNOY COM TANY ot NLW ZEALAND LIMITI D 4S3 Collins st,

_II B BLACK Manager

Till MV ZrAI AND SHIPPING COMPANYS

HOY U. M VIL LIVI of faTM.L STLAMSIIIPS Between NI W ZrAIAND and 1 ONDON Calline at KIO JANEIRO TINLRIFrL and 11 YMOUTII »111 be Desi atched from I \ TTLLTON or WELLINGTON (as arranged) as under -

Steamers

Ruapehu

Kalkoura Tongariro AorantH

Rimutaka

4163 44i4 0300 4103 4473

4000 4HX) r2T0 4000 4000

Sc|t 1

Sept 29 Ott 27

The j asscnger accommodation In these steamers is replete with eicry modern tom cnicncc and tho dictan arrangements unsurpassed all fresh pro visions 1 einn carried in a frozen state

U\ this routo the intenso heat of tho Bed Sea is avoded and tho magnificent sccner\ enJo>cd of liol art Non Zealand SlraiU of Magellan Rio and

Teneriffe

The Union Compati} » steamer MANAPOURI to lean Melbourne on tho -Sth June connects at L>ttcl

ton w th thcltUAlHIU

TllltOUCII RATFS from Melbourne to London vcrj ino lernte

ror further particulars apnlj to New Zealand Loan and Mercantile A enc) Co limited 556 Collins st W

rp

Date of

Commander Sailing from

Sydney

AIIIL1I

GUTIlllII

CATTFllTIIUN MI NMUIR

"400 V, inthrop 1 Ills "400 P T Hilms

""00 Neil Shannon -000 Hut,h Craig

June 4 Juno 10 rollows (olio s

The o steamers sill from ADI I AIOI Ml I, BOURNE an 1 SYDNEY for CHINA and JAPAN calhnt en route at QULBNSLAND I OUTS and POKr DARW IN

SPL1NDID P\SS1NGIR ACCOMMODATION

baloo \ i ossengers booked through to all ) orta In China at 1 In) au ilso to San 1 rancisoo Liverpool Lou Ion at 1 ti c ContuiLnt of 1 urope

tor hci,hl ni 11 assa"e a| i ly n0

GIUI1S BRIGHT and Co 34 Queen st eet

Atenta

D

TEGULAR UM" of DIRFCT STEAMERS

from ANTW FRP and HAMBURG

Res dents In the colonies desirous of bringing out friends from I noland or the Continent can 1RLPAY ».ASSAGE MONLY hero »t, following rates -

From London £13 13 0 From Antwerp or Hamburg £12 15 0 For ) articulara api lv to

_ JAMLS bEI» 1C1-. and Co Agents.

UI F IINF of STEAMERS

I or I ondon Direct \ la Suez Canal

TI c splendid new steamer

OUlt OF SIAM

J4T5 tons register

J SANDERSON Commander,

Will lca\o Hobson s Bay

About "1st JUNF

Having superior accommodation for saloon

passengers 1' Icctrlo likhl Installed throughout.

G

_ Shipping_

Tlir P and O S N COMPANY under contract

with the Imperial Now South Wales Victorian an 1 South Australian Governments, will DESPATCH the following STEAMERS for LONDON Calling ot Al DANY COLOMBO ADFN BRINDISI, MALTA, GIBRALTAR and PI YMOUTH -

Steamers

iTn9{ Commander j Mel

bourne

¡Lcavingjleaving

ÍIASSHIA ORIFNTAL MC TORI \ OOF WA VAIITTA ARCADIA KOMI

I Noon Noon

'49180 Fraser Juno 4'Juue 8 5045 L II Moule Ijuue IS June 'f 03 A W Adamson lilly 2 July

IOJOJP S Tomlin Julv 10 July 20 '4010 R t Briscoe July 30 Aui. 3 ,0J6'\V II AnilrcwsAug 13,Aug 17 ^545 V H Daniell Aug 27|Aug 31 robseiiLOrs will be conieied alongside the Mas Gilla at Port Melbourne Railway Tier bl th« 11 8 a m special and the 1115 a m ordinary trains from Flinders street station (the former train conveying passengers to ships side) on tile 4th June, at tho

usual fares

RATES of PASSAGE MONFY -

To I ondon in First Saloon £00 to £70 To Italian ports do £5r> to £1» To London in Second Saloon £30 to £3" To Italian ports do ¿30 to £3J Return tickets £85 to £116

Passage iuonc> can bo paid here fo) passages from Finland I ii eral concessions made to families during the Black passenger season

OhOKGF WITHHtS Superintendent, 447 Collins

street west

ORirM IINFofRO\AI MAIL STEAMCRS.

Thc fallow in,. Rojal Mall Steamships belonging to the Orient and Pacific Companies will lenvo Mci

1 ournc at 12 noon on tho undermentioned dates for Iii mouth and I ondon Ma Adelaide Alban- <W A ) Colombo Sue/C mai Naplo" and Gibraltar -

Steamer

«AUSTRAL .CU/CO OROYA

Oltl/ABV Ollll NT OK Jil /

OROTVVA 01 Hill ORUBA

Ion*!

II I Commander j Date

F M Tuko June 11 J F Anderson Juno 21 L L Irvington July 9 A Vi Clarke ]July 21

II Darby

W E Wïllto

W Ytaddilote 1 F Rutliven I. Hay

lAug 20 Sept. 3 .Scot. 17 lOct

* Not calling at Colombo

And fortnightly thereafter

Saloon passengers allowed to broak their journoi

EMIRL CABINS reserved on most liberal tenus.

PASSAGI MONLY -

Saloon £6r, £03 and £70 Second Class £30 and £37

Third Two bcrfh cahlns £22 each adult Do 1 our berth cabins £20 each adult. Steerage Open berths £17 17s. each adult

(Third and stcera^o rates inoludc bedding, mess utensils, Ac )

Lxcursion return tickots at reduced rates

PRI PAID PASSAGE from LONDON

Special facilities are now afforded for bringing out friends and relatives b> the pre payment of passage

nionci hero at aboie rates

Managers-F Green and Co and Anderson Ander son and Co, Fenchurch ni enue, London KO b ull particulars on application to

RMS AUSTIUI - Mullall> and Byrne solioic

. the commands of passengers arru ing In or departing, from Hobson s Bal bl all mall steamers LuggaLo and goods cleared antidehiered or stored from tho incoming and collected and shipped on t outgoing boats Branch office 350 Flinders lane.

N

OBDDEUTSCHER LLOYD

IMPERIAL GERMAN MAIL.

MONTHIY DIRECT STEAMFRS

To ENGLAND and the CONTINENT,

Calling at Colombo, Aden, Suoz Canal, Genoa.

Southampton, Antwerp and Bremen Branch Mall Line Port Said Brindis!

Steamer

Commander IPo^Mel ¡¿JfäH,

Leave

HABSBURO W Schmolder June 13 [Juno 20 HOHINSTAU I

M..V m PIM,nl I.TIIK in

And every four ii ccks thereafter

The large first-lass cabins contain two berths only

The cuisine is after the model of the best Conti nental hotels

Through tickets over the company s own lines to Europe Asia North and South America.

Passage from Mclbourno to Bremen £14 to £04

Return tickets ai allable for 0 or 12 months at re

duccd rates Passages from Europe, America Ac, can bo prepaid in the colonies

Through bills of lading issued to all leading ports

Tho companyB ss. LUBECK ISIS tons will bo despatched from Sidney to Tonga and Samoa on fath JUNL and eiery fonrwecks thereafter

For all particulars appli to the agents

OSTERMEYEIl DEWLZ and Co 46» Collin!

MESSAGERIES MARITIMES STEAMERS

UNDER POSTAL CONTRACT WITH

The IRrNOII GO\LRNMENT

MELBOURNE TO LONDON, 0\ ERI AND trom

MARSE1I LES (Via PARIS) Steamers. ITns] Commander

POLYNES11 N 0428 L Boulard Juno B ARMAND

BFIIIO <b37A PovdcnotjTuly 27 AUSTRALIEN G428Q Dlcllor Aug "7

OOLANIEN__ '411)BIL. Fiaschl Se) t_25

Rates

eMel

July SL Aug Jl

Sept 28, t passage monoy t

Marseilles from i.°0 to

£05 including table wines and beddiug requisites in

all classes

Return tlcketa Issued at reduced rates

Saloon passengers booked through to London over land via Pans Best railway accommodation luggage com ej ed freo and a fortnight allow ed from Marseilles en route Mrst class £"0 , second class £44

The English language 1B spoken on board. Upon arrilal at Marseilles an INTERPRETER MEETS the

STEAMER, and bivcs passengers every nsslstanoo in disembarking, passing their luggage through the Customs, &C. Ile also accompanies tbem In the train to Pans and Calais.

MELBOURNE to SYDNEY and NOUMEA

The French Mall Steamer

POLYNESIEN,

Commander L BOULARD, L do V,

Will leave Port Melbourne Railnai Pier

SATURDAY 4th, At 1 p m precisely For further particulars apply to

DALGETY and COMPANY IIM1TED, Agents,

401*471 Bourke street.

QUEENSLAND ROYAL MAIL UNE

REGULAR SERVICE to LONDON

(UNDER POSTAL CONTRACT with the QUEENS

LAND GOVERNMENT)

Via PORTS In NORTHERN QUEENSLAND, Ports In JAVA, ADEN, and SUEZ CANAL, with liberty to call at COLOMBO, NAPLES, and MALTA, or any" other ports.

Steamers

Tons Commander INDIA

4006

A W Mann

Gray U.NR

Johnstone RVR

Tuesday

th Juno th July 2nd Aug

First-class passengers are allowed the option of travelling by the A U S N Oompany s steamers lcaiing Bnsbano four days later than the above mentioned dates and overtaking tho mail steamer at

Townsville

FARES -MELBOURNE to LONDON

Saloon - Singlo £61 10s.

Return £87 10s Ainilable for twelve months from date of landing

Travellers b*. this line havo the great advantage of l isltuip, the Queensland |>orts and enjoying the pic turcsquc scenery and smooth water passage affordo hy tins route while the monotony of a long sef voiogc is relieved by the numerous interesting breaks in the journey

W SIDDELEY and Co , Agents, Robb s buildings

529 Collins street.

r-IUINA NAVIGATION COMPANY LIMITED lor THURSDAY ISLAND, PORT DARWIN, and

HONG KONG, \ ia SYDNLY,

And Calling at QUELNSLAND PORTS

The following steamers mil leaic Melbourne as under, or thereabouts -

Chaugsha Clnngtu Taiyuan Tsinan

1S00 J E. V. Uluma, June 13 1800 A Hunt June 1800 R Nelson OH lull

18O0 |w N Allison 'jul.i

And at intervals of l8 dais thereafter

The SALOON Is amidships, and tho state rooms, containing TWO BFRT1IS only, aro largo and well

ventilated. Second cabin accommodation is on the poop

The steamers are fitted with RLrRIGFRATINQ

CHAMBERS ensuring fresh provisions and an ample suppb of ice throughout the voyage kaloon passen ger1 booked through to all ports in China, Japan, ban Francisco and 1 uropo

Experienced surgeons arc carried

IORIMLR ROML and Co, Agents, 44 Queen

LINE

blLAMlIli.

The following full powered ST! AMERS will be DESI ATOIirD from Melbourne on tho undermen tioned dates for I ONDON, via ADELAIDE and SUE/! CANAL -

I Tons

Commander

Date Gulf of Siam Culgoa

\ arrawonga

Murrumbid0ee Vi oolloomooloo

nubbuck

mulcaree Wilcannia Echuca

î»4nj I Sanderson 'juno 21

3325 J Pankhurat Hollows 3800 II G Thomas R N R Follows 2 44 A W Bond li N II follows

JSOO A R Pilkington.Follows

Il N R.

2740 J It Brodie R Ml 'follows 3300 li Goodrhaiu,R.N It Follows 2740 Vt Petitlu lollows 2620 W H Pearse ¡Follows The abovo aro all new Btcamcrs built at the highest claw, at 1 loid s expressly for the Australian trade

Caito taken through to all Continental ports.

Splendid accommodation for saloon passengers.

JOHN SANDLRSON and Co, Agents 1 St James s Buildings Willlani-streec

London by ANGÎ O AU1TRAI ASIAN LINE _.

STEAMFRS saloon or steerac.« at reduced rates.

Full particulars apply

GIBBS, BRIGHT, »ud Co .Agents 34Queen street.

_Shipping._

IriNGLAND VIA AMERICA In 37 DATS

Li UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY of NEW

ZEAI AND LIMITED

In Conjunction with Oceinio Steamship Company ol Son Francisco ROYAL MAIL EXPÄESS SER VICE. Avoiding alike Um Hut of the Red Sea and the Cold of Cups Horn

The Steamer» of this Line are Appointed to Leavo Sj di ey ni d Auckland for Honolulu and San Fran

?Hearne» j Ion, |¿«r. ^ Uav^ |ArHva ^San

¿000 .Jin i

Tickets aro available for 12 months, and saloon fiassei Lors tan break their journey at Auckliid

lonolulu San francisco and any place of callen rout« to New York Through Fares, bjdney or Auck land to I ivErpool -Saloon £03 and Atti, license, £50 18s. Dd Tor all infonnatlon applv ac offices No 453 Collins street weat. _ TTNION LINE ot STEAMERS

Regular Services to all TASMANIAN and NEW

ZEALAND PORTS and FIJI

To LAUNCESTON- From Queen« Wharf

Every Monday and Thursday

PATEENA Mondaj 6th June at ° p m PATFENA Thursdaj Oth Juno S p ni I ATLENA Monday IStli June 1 p ni

FURMER REDUCTION In FARES

To LAUNCESTON

Saloon-Singlo 16s return £1 ut, Forccabln-Single Ra, roturn 10s,

IKCMIDUIO ALI, MKAIS WHICH WIM, B» S»RVBD WTIttill

TOE \ ESSKI, IS II TUB BUOOTU Wal BRA OP llOBSOXS Bay AHD TUB TAMAR RIVBR.

To noDART via LAUNCESTON

Single. Return ¡saloon (with 1st class Rall) £"5 0 £3 10 0 Saloon (with 2nd class Rail) 1 15 0 2 V 0 Forecabin(« ith "ntl elim Itali) 15 0 2 0 0

IM.-LUDIVI AU, MEALS of STBAUBR.

Stewardess carried in saloon and forecabln.

To CIRCULAR HEAD LIM BAY. and DEVON*

PORT

FLINDERS Wednesday 8th June noon To HOBART (from Queen s Wharf)

TE ANAL Tuesday 7th Juno 1 p ni

To STRAHAN and TRIAI HARBOUR

Passengers and car^o for the Tasmanian silver

fields booked at Special Rates by all steamers.

To NEW ZEALAND PORTS (from Queen s Whart)

TE ANAU Tuesdaj 7th June 1pm WAIHORA Tuesdaj 14th June 1 P m

To SUVA and LEVUKA Fill (from Queen s Wharf)

TAVIUNI about 13th June

To TONGA HAABAI VAVAU and SAMOA

UPOLU from Auckland about 7th June

To NFW zrAI AND PORTS (from Sydney)

WAK ATI I U via Wellington Tuesdaj 7th June. TAI UNE via Auckland Thursda) 10th Juno

CAROO received dally

Time tables for all services and every information relating to fares and rates of freight on application to the oompany s ofllccs, 453 Collins street west

Return tiokets at reduced rates avallablo by any

route.

DAVID MIILS Manager UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY of NEW

ZEALAND LIMITED

AUSTRALASIAN UNITED STEAM NAVIGATION

COMI ANY LIMITED

FOR SYDNEY and QUEENSLAND EVERY TUESDA1 and SATURDA\

STEAMFRS of tile above company sail from QUEEN S WHARr as under

For SYDNEY

BRISBANE

MARYBOROUGH BUNDABERG GLADSTONE

ROCKHAMPTON MACKAY BO« I N

TOWNSVIITE DUNGENESS CARD W LIL MOURII YAN GERALDTON CAIRNS

PORT DOUGLAS COOKTOWN

THURSDAY ISLAND NORMANTON LLRKETOWN

'Stops at Sydney but tranships for Brisbane

WODONOA,

TO-DAY

(SATURDAY JUNE 4),

At 2 pm «BARCOO

TUESDAY JUNE 7,

At 3 p m CINTRA

SATURDA\ JUNE 11

At2 pm .BARCOO

TUESDAY JUNE 14,

At 3 p in

AR AW ATTA

SATURDAY JUNE l8

At 2pm

«WARREGO

TUESDAY JUNE 21,

At 3pm

riiiiouuu« loyuiicy i

NEW HEBRIDES {gj^ } Rockton Juno 8.

STEERAGE to SYDNEY-TEN SHILLINGS

CAROO REOEIVFD DAILY For further particulars apply to

w

INTER EXCURSIONS SPECIAL REDUCED SALOON FARES

To the

NORTHERN QUFFNSLAND PORTS

By the

AUSTRALASIAN UNITED S N CO LD

Steamers

Tons. I U P WODONGA ARAMAC

ARAWATTA CINTRA

T A Uko

[J E Meaburn

G Lee

W W Hamptons Leaving Melbourne EVERY SATURDAY

To Tonnstille and back £ir c 0 To Cairns do 15 0 0 To Gooktovv n do 10 10 n To Thursday Island and back m 10 0 Available for tv>o months from date of Issue

W SIDDELEY and Co Agents »29 Collins street.

LOWEST CURRENT RATES.

The Company s Steamers

Leave as under - For SYDNEY Direot. From Queens Wharf

INNAMINOKA I Tuesday I 7th June 1 1pm ADFLAIDL | Tuesday 114tU Juue | 1pm

Steerage passage 10s

For ADELAIDE Direct ^

Taking Cargo for PORT I HUE BROKEN HILL,

and SOUTH EAST 1 ORTS

From No "Shed South Wharf

ADELAIDE I Tuc«dav I 7th luno I 4 p m

INNAMINOKA I Tuesday ! 14th June [4pm

Fro n Queen s Wharf

BUI IJARRA | THIS DAY | 4th June | 2 p ni

Steerage j assago 15s

WEST AUSTRALIAN SERVICE.

For ALBANY and FREMANTLE via ADELAIDE

Taking. I assengers Cargo and Stock for all

WEST AUSTRALIAN PORTS

From Queen s Wharf

BULI ARRA I THIS DAY I 4th June I 2 p m ALBANY | Saturday I 11th June I Noon

Cargo received dally

Full partie liars on application to

BAUD ANDERSON Agent 400 Collin« street

m

T

TO «PORTARIINGTON and GITLONO

From Queen s Vi hnrf Daily (Sunda) s excepted)

EXCELSIOR at 10 ».in

ALERT at4pin Saturdajs 230pm

FARES

Saloon-Single 2s. return ¿3

I orecabin-Single Is return Is Gd

«The ALERT calls at Portarlington dally FROM Geelong, ana on ThursdavB and Saturdajs on the na) TO Ceelong

O IAUNOESTON

AVOIDING TRANSHIPMENT From So ith Wharf (No " Berth)

At STILL FURTHER REDUCED RVTfcS

The Express Passenger Steamship

COOGFr

MONDAY NEXT and FIÍIDAV 10th JLNE

At t o 111

POPUI AR FARES

To Launceston -Saloon-Single 16s return £1 ,8 FOREOABIN 5s (SINGLE)

Second class rail return L IJS t orecabin-Single with secon 1 class rall £1 5s return £°

PASSFNGEIIS CAN BOOK ON BOARD

rp O S'iDNLY X. I rom Austral an Wharf (No 0 Berth)

S S LIINaAMITr

THIS DAI (SA1URDAV) at Noon

FARES to S\ DM Ti -Saloon-S ngle £1 «li. return £ 10s FOREOABIN, 10s (SINGLE)

TO SORRFNTO and QUEENSCLIFF

S S DESPATCH every Frldaj atOam

TO PORT ALBFRT and BURNSDALE

Froi i South Wl art

S S DESPATCH truiS DAY (SATURDAY)

At noon

For further particulars time tables or guides applv to HFADOFHOE, orany of the branches

IIÜDDART PARKER and CO LD 526 Collins Bt.

Ï^OR FOSTER, TOORA and WELSHPOOL.

Tile S S MYALI

Will leavo tho South Wharf onlUESDAY, 7th INST

At Noon

J B ELKLRKLR 372 t liuders street

rriHL HOWARD SMITH I I Nfc

QUEENSLAND WÍNTI II FNOURSIONS

SPECIAL Ri DLOFD FARES

I cav e Australian Wharf Every Wedncsdaj _

Steamers i Tons I II P I ""Commander

PrREGRINL . 000 WOO lohn Pam 1 FURA 1 00 «m I D loy

GV.BO_I "U00 I -00 IR It Bro tri_

SALOON r\RLS

To To« iisv ille and back £15 0 0 To Cairos do ir O 0 To Oooktovi n do 10 10 0 Available for two montlia from data if Issue

We draw attention to the very moderate fares thus enabling excursionists to escape the southern oold and of affording tho opportunity of enjovlng tho winter climate of Queensland v Inch at this timo of fear Is unrivalled for Its balm} tnddnesj and of vie v

nattie gorgeous and delightfil scenery rich with the foliagL of tho stately sprc iding pallin and varied tinted tropical grow ths

WM HOWVRD SMITH and SONS LIMITED,

Market-street_________

HE HOWARD SMITH LINE

T

STEAMERS LEAVE AUSTRALIAN WHARF a« follows -

TO DAY JUNE 4 Noon,

hONOOWARRA

k And eviry following Saturday

SYDNEY

NEWCASTLE BRISBANE

MARYBOROUGH BUNDABERG

ROCKHAMPTON MAOKAY

TOWNSVHLE DUNOFNE3S CARDWELL MOURILYAN

JOHNSTON BVR CAIRNS

PORT DOUGLAS COOKTOWN

THURSDAY ISLD NORMANTON BURKETOWN

* THE MOST CONVENIENT and DIREOT ROUTE

TO BROKEN HILL.

1For Sydney and Newcastle only

SPECIAL EXCURSIONS.

RFDUOED FARES.

SYDNEY Single Return. Saloon £110 0 £2 10 0 Second cabin 10*

ADELAIDE.

Baloon . £1 10 0 St 10 0 Second cabin 15a.

CAROO FOR ALL PORTS RECEIVED DAILY

W11. HOWARD SUITHand SONS LTD, Market-it.

EEIONQ and PORTARLINGTON

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8 2 p.m

I EURA

THURSDAY lim 9 5 pm,

t TIMK.

FRIDAY IUNE 10 3pm,

BUNIVYONG

.WEDNESDAY IUNE 15 3pm, T PEREGRINE.

FRIDAY JUNE 17 3pm,

KONOOWARRA

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, noon,

GABO

FRIDAY JUNE 24, 3 p m ,

GABO

G

The S S EDINA Leaves Queen . Wharf (top berth) dolly 10 «.ra.. Sunda; s exceptai Saloon, return, 2s. Gd socond cabin Is return

WM HOWARD SMITH and SONS LTD Markets SPECIAL NOTICE -St KILDA V GEELONG -

Tho s s EDINA uill be detained at Geelong till 0 p in TO DAt, to enable passengers to witness

the match

WM HOWARD SMITH and SONS LIMITED,

Market street

F'

as JULIA PERO\

This ftsb and well-appointed, steamer will bo dt* snatched for the aboye ports (if practicable) on

SATURDAY ith ILNL at 4pm Carpo at lowest current rates.

Passage Money -Saloon-Single 10s. return, lui.

F

IOR WARRNAMBOOl and PORTLAND

The PORTLAND and BELFAST STFAM NA VIGA

TION COMPANY LIMITED

W ill despatch tile

S S DAWN

EVFRY TUESDAY at 6 p ni from South Wharf Cargo carried at lo vest current rates

tares -Saloon 10s single 15s return, steerage 5s. single 8s return

PIGOTT BROTHERS and Co Agents Market buildings_

"POR PORT FAIRY and 10RTLAND

S s "CASINO

EVLRY THURSDAY,

Atf pm

From South Wl arf (bcionr crane). Telephone 1122.

Carf.o received at South Wharf Freight lowest current rates PASSAOI MONEY -los. single saloon 15s. return do. available for throe months

F F

IOR SORRENTO PORT Al BERT BAIRNS

DALE and WARATAH BAY

The S S MAITLAND

Will lcovo the South Wharf next Dukes Dock On WEDNESDAY NE\T 8th lune at 11 a m J B ELLERKFR Agent 3' Flinders street

OR LONDON DIREOT

The fine iron clipper ship

LAKE SUIFRIOR,

1335 tons register

Captain J W W \ MES

Will have prompt despatch

From

Port Melbourne Railway Pier

JOnN SANDERSON and Co, Agents 1 St

James 8 Build i n gs W illiahi street_

FOR BAIRNSDAIE, BRUTHEN, and LAKES

ENTRANCE

The regular trader FI l/\ DAVIFS is now LOAD INO and »ill have quick despatch

WIILIAM COWPER and SON, Agenta 03

William street_ "POR iOSTEK TOORA, and WLLSHIOOL

Tho regular tradir J O TAYLOR is now loading and will SMI on MONDAY

Will IAMCOW1 ERaud SON, Agents 03 William

street

po

SAI E and IAKLS ENTRANCE

The regular trader MAMNTR is now IOADING, and will have immediate des] itch

\\ ILLIAM COW PER and faON Agents C3 William street_ p O It LORN1 DIREOT

The SFORFT

Is now RECEIVING CARGO in the Little Dock and

will have quick despatch

__£_B ELWRKER H7°_F}t(dcrsstret.t_

CAPTAIN MORRISON, ship CFLTIO MONARCH

will not be responsible for anv debts contracted by his crew while in this port except by his written authority_

?VTOTICL to MARIVERS \ IOTORIA

The following notices are published for general

information

GEORGE TURNER

Commissioner of Trade and Customs Department of Trade and Customs

Melbourne, June " ISO'*

VICTORIA AUSTRAIIA WESTERN" TNTRANCF

BASS STRAIT, EAGI E NEST, or SI LIT POINT

ItGUT

Referring to Notice to Mariners published 20th Tune 1801 notice Is herebv given ti at on and after the SOth August 189° the arc of the red or i nncipal lif,ht will be reduced and will illuminate an arc of lGOdcg seaward or from one and a half miles off Point Adds round seaward to one milo off Cape Patton while the arc of white light shown from the principal light towards lolut Addis will be increased about SdcL. thereby lUuminatm an aro of v hite light extending from ti e shore to one and a half miles off Point \ddis

Tho white lights are to warn manners of their too

close proximity to tho shore or h^hthoube and care should bo taken to round Si ht I ou t or La"le Nest at a distance of not lees ti an three miles from tho lighthouse

UT on tho Split Point 1 ght 1 eing altered as heroin notified masters of hail i " v thsels bound for 1 or& lhlllip from tho westward v 1 cn »breast of such lighthouse by night ma) j roceed on to the outer i Hot cruislni.stationunUlthehi},hwhitel[i.htonShortlands Iïlufî Is stilted and in cases where the master has notan exempt pilot a certificate the requisito pilotis on board Mariners shoul 1 not lose Bight of the Split Ioint red light until the) sijit the high white light on Shortland s Bluff which ehould be seen In ordinär) weather after the) have j rocecded a dis tance of It miles from Split Point towards Port lhlllip Heads

The p lot station has 1 een extended three miles be )ond tue fomier louidar> and two i Hot schooners arc con s tan ti) cruising outside when there Is a pos Sil Hit) of keep HIL. the sea

The middle cruising station Is compnscd within a radius of seven miles from the centre of Port Phillip

Hca Is to seaward

The outer cruising station extends from the outer boundary of the middle cntibiin, station to a point distant 15 miles from the centrt of Port Phillip Heads upon a line bearing north east by north and south west b) south

The western boundary extends from the aforesaid point towards the fell ore ¿ealev 1 oint bearing north

westbv north

The southern l oun lar) extends from the same point towards Caje Schanck bearing cast three quarters north until Arthurs Seat bears northeast one quarter north and thence on the same bear big tovards the shore which forms tho eastern boundary

MOTORIV WARRNAMBOOL

BREAKWATER LIGHT

Referring to notice to mariners publ shed 15th March 189° notlco is horeb) _ivcn that the red ll_ht on the end of the Breakwater has been obscured seaward and is not visible until the observer ib in line with the Breakwater

ALF\ MILSON,

Engineer In Charte 1 orts and Harbors

Department of I orts and llarbors Melbourne 2nd

June 1802. _ _

BRITISH and (OKMGN MARIN* INSURANCE

COMPANY IIMITED

Capital £1 000 000 Paid up Capital ¿«OS 000

Reserve Fund £000 «00

Funds on han 1 81st December 1800 £037 S4Ö ßs Id

Head Offices-I Iverpool and London

MARINE RISKS TAKEN at 1-ouest Current Rate«

M ool covered from sheep a bael to London

Losses payable In Melbourne London or any of the

mu ne rom foreign agencies

TORIMFR ROMF and Co Agents 44 Queen street Melbourne and 34 O Connell utreet Svdnej

M

ELBOURND

The following Notice to Mariners Is published for general infonnation, the notice of the 23rd ult, being cauccllcd.

By order.

GEORGE A. MOURITZ, Secretary. Melbourne, 1st June, lSUi

NOTICE to MARINERS

Pilots, masters of vessels, and others are hereby notified that on and aticr the first day of June hist, the gas and perch buoys marking the St. Kilda Bank will be placed on the eastern edge of the channel leading to ttio Port Melbourne Railway

Pier.

THO. SANDERSON, Acting Harbonnaster.

BRITISH-INDIA STEAM NAVIGATION COM-

PANY LIMITED.

ii S. 8. VY A It 0 li A,

From Calcutta via Ports.

TENDERS for LIQUTERAGE of CARGO.

.Alternative TENDERS will bo rocohed by the undersigned up to 12 noon on Monday, June 0, for LIQUTERAGE of CARGO, as under :

A. From outer anchorage, Port Phillip Bay, to a

Melbourne wharf

if. From quarantine station, Port Phillip Bay, to

a Melbourne wharf.

The lowest or any tender not necessarily ao* ccpted.

Full particulars eau he obtained on application

to..

WJSIDDELEY and Co., Agents, Robb's-bulldlngs,

620 Collins-street.

Melbourne, June 4,1802.

Drew and FMhlta. i

plJOD NEWS for HARD TIMEB.

[ GEORGE and GEORGE LIMITED'S

27th

4 GRAND HALF-YEARLY CLEARING i SALE

?j Commences

MONDAY NEXT, JUNE 6,1892.

5 £00,000 WORTH of STOCK

. To be

SACRIFICED at IMMENSE REDUCTIONS.

The OPENING of our 27th GRAND nALF YBAULY CLEARING SALE will be a RED-LETTER DAY to thousands of buyers, for we have determined to eleotnfy Melbourne with the BARGAINS wo shall

offer.

GEORGE and GEORGE LTD.

THE LARGE TRADE done in the FEDERAL

EMPORIUM has been built on VALUE and FASHION, and in both respecta we shall EXCEL all our PREVIOUS-EFFORTS at this sale.

GEORGE and GEORGE LTD.

OUR MAMMOTH STOCK bas been RIGIDLY

OVERHAULED, and all SEASONABLE and SURPLUS STOOK has been THROWN OUT to be SACRIFICED,

; GEORGE and GEORGE LTD.

TOGETHER with our own Importations we have

.«cured some EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS from manufacturera and others who are unable to sell their goods In an already OVERSTOCKED

. MARKET.

GEORGE and GEORGE LTD.

THE EARLY DATE on which we are STARTING

this SALE is a GREAT BOON to buyers, and all we ask la that they WILL COME and VERIFY OUR

STATEMENTS.

GEORGE and GEORGE LTD.

DRESS DEPARTMENT-FEDERAL EMPORIUM.

-For FASHION, GOOD TASTE, and RIGHT DOWN Al VALUE no house In the colony can hold a CANDLE to us, our ENORMOUS STOCK com- prising all tho NOVELTIES at ABSOLUTELY NOMINAL PRICES.

GEORGE and GEORGE LTD.

MANCHESTER DEPARTMENT. - FEDERAL

EMPORIUM.-Wo intend to STARTLE ALL COMERS by the PRICES at which we SHALLOFFER our MAGNIFICENT STOOK of MANCHESTER GOODS, SHEETINGS, BLANKETS, and FLANNELS, at which ne shall as good as give thirty shillings for every pound sterling. BEAR in MIND that during our 27th HALF-YEARLY SALE you can BUY LINENS at LESS THAN BELFAST PRICES.

QEORGE and GEORGE LTD.

MANTLE DEPARTMENT. - FEDERAL EM

BORIUM.-The enormous trade done in this department ALLOWS US a FREE HAND in CLEAR- ING OUT the BALANCE of our SPLENDID STOCK. Eicry garment has been gone mer and REDUCED in many Instances to FAR LESS TUAN COST.

GEORGE and GEORGE LTD.

MILLINERY DEPARTMENT.-FEDERAL EM-

PORIUM.-Wo mean what wo sav when we Btatc that It IB our INDENTION to CLEAR our STOOK of TRIMMED MILLINERY atwhatever prices the HATS or BONNETS will fetch. An Inspection is the only way ladles CAN HAVE an IDEA of the

VAT.ni/.. "nfccL'lf

UNDERCLOTHING DEPARTMENT.-FEDERAL

EMPORIUM.-Our SPLENDID STOCK of im- ported UNDERCLOTHING has been carefully gono through and REDUCED. All UNASSORTED makes of CORSETS reduced 35 per cent. CHILDREN'S DRESSES, ia, aro hound to SELL QUICKLY at the prices they aro marked down to. LADIES, we offer

GEORGE and GEORGE LTD.

TEST the GENUINENESS of our REDUCTIONS. Ii&dios, children, and gentlemen all TREATED alike by BARGAINS.

GEORGE and GEORGE LTD.

FANCY DRAPERY.-FEDERAL EMPORIUM.

Our SPLENDID STOOK LAOES, RIBBONS, UMBRELLAS, and FURS thrown out for this SALE at pnces that will cauBo DESPAIR TO REIGN IN THE HEARTS OF LARGE HOLDERS OF THESE GOODS.

GEORGE and GEORGE LTD.

ITU'RNITUHE.-FEDERAL EMPORIUM.-If FUR

' NITU11E, CARPETS, and BEDSTEADS will

sell at all In these DULL TIMES, they will SELL at the PRICES we baie MARKED our STOOK DOWN for this SALE. Buvera como and SECURE your REQUIREMENTS.

GEORGE and GEORGE LTD.

27th HALF-YEARLY CLEARING SALE,

MONDAY NEXT. MONDAY NEXT. GENT'S MERCERY GENT'S TAILORING GENT'S HATS

GREATLY REDUCED. GREATLY REDUCED. GREATLY REDUCED,

BARGAINS

In

EVERY DEPARTMENT. GROCERY,

IRONMONGERY,

FANCY GOODS,

STATIONERY.

Reductions are the Order of the Day.

We Intend MAKING THIS SALE

The BIGGEST on RECORD.

MONDAY NEXT.

Doors open 0 o'clock.

GEORGE and GEORGE LIMITED,

FEDERAL EMPORIUM.

MRS. WHITE, Court Milliner, begs to announce

she has OPENED a DRESSMAKING Depart- ment, having secured the services of an experienced dressmaker from Marshall and Snellgrove'e, London. 1-adles own dress materials used II preferred. 274

Collins-street.

DRESSMAKING.-For lit, stvle, and economy,

Costumes, Ball Dresses, Tea Gowns, Ac, Miss Frames, Olaremout-hoim, Bridgt-rosd, Richmond.

Dreaa and Fashion. '

B

BGINNING on MONI

BEGINNING on MONDAY.

ENORMOUS and ENFORCED SALE. ENORMOUS and ENFORCED SALE.

REGARDLESS of COST. REGARDLESS of COST.

CRAWFORD, KING, and COMPANY, ORAWFORD, KING, and COMPANY,

FLINDERS-STREET, MELBOURNE,'

CLEAR THEIR ENTIRE STOCK. CLEAR THEIR ENTIRE STOCK.'

DRAPERY, CLOTHING, BOOTS, and

FANCY GOODS.

DRAPERY, CLOTHING, BOOTS, and

FANCY GOODS.

They Prepare the Way for Contemplated Alterations. They Prepare the Way for Contemplated Alterations.

HEROIC REDUCTIONS. IMMENSE SACRIFICES.

MAGNETIC ATTRACTION.

£06,000 of KEENLY BOUGHT GOODS

MUST bo SOLD.

£66,000 Of KEENLY BOUGHT GOODS

MUST bo SOLD.

ORAWFORD, KING, and Co.

Find themselves compelled to sacrifice their ac* knowledgedly choice and well selected stocks innntioi pation of radical alterations and Improvements to their premises, which they expect to effect in the near future. Of suoh on extensive natom oro these, it Is imperative all must absolutely be disposed of before a single mason or carpenter can begin opera

Considering tho great depression at present ex- isting, Cranford, King, and Co. aro well aware to effect their purpose they muBt bo prepared to

LITERALLY GUI THEIR GOODS AWAY.

It is hardly necessary to remind our olicnts of the genuineness and success of our previous sales, and the public will find the present throw all O., K., and Co.'s past efforts Into the Bhade, and bring out in bold relief the THOROUGHNESS with which they GRASP the SITUATION, and are prepared to meet

the tunes.

FURS, JACKETS, MANTLES, and TRIMMED

MILLINERY.

BUT be the goods Furs or Mantles, Sheetings or Blankets, Flannels or Carpets, Floorcloths or Linens, Silks or Velvets, all-all will evidence the RADICAL REDUCTION In prices in every direction, and play

bavoc with tho trade.

Without vacillation, without hesitation,

ORAWFORD, KING, and Co. CRAWFORD, KING, and Co.

Have Mutilated and Cut Deep into the Prices

In Every Department.

The PUBLIC SHALL REAP tho BENEFIT.

The PUBLIC SHALL REAP tho BENEFIT;

Ladies Should Call Early to Assure Comfort

And Avoid Being Crushed.

READ the following list that must be disposed of. It will speak for itself. PRICES being N0 CRITERION, wedo not quote them :

MANTLE DEPARTMENT.

1000 ladies' J Cloth Jackets, newest style, tailor

mode

750 Sealette and Plush Dolmans, from medium to

large BIZCS

250 ladies' Winter Cloaks, silk, satin, and fur

lined

500 Rainproof Cloaks, in every stylo

276 girls', maids', and ladles' Mackintoshes, all

sizes

75 ladies' Sealette Jookets and Cloth Capes 100 ladles' fanoy Tweed Ulsters

100 children's Ulsters and Jackets 60 ladies' Dressing and Tea Gowns

Every- variety of Fur Boas, Victorias, and Opera

Cloaks

Evening Dress and Ball Costumes Ladies' Tweed Costumes

Children's and maids' fanoy Tweed Costumes.

MILLINERY"DEPARTMENT.

OUR ENTIRE STOCK

Of

Ladies', Girls', and Children's

TRIMMED MILLINERY

LITERALLY GIVEN AWAY,

Also

140 doz. Ladles' DRESS CAPS

Children's TRIMMED SCHOOL HATS FANOY ORNAMENTS and MILLINERY MATERIAL. Black and Coloured Plumes, Birds' Coque Feathers,

Ospreys* Wings, &c. 180 White French Felt Hate

480 Alpine Felt and Alpine Tweed Hats

500 Sample Felt Hats, in leading shapes.

RIBBONS and LACES.

1000 doz. coloured bordered fanoy Cambrlo

Handkerchiefs

280 doz. coloured bordered pure Linen Handker-

chiefs, Blightlv damaged.

100,000 yards Ribbons, in all widths and colours

30,000 yards Nuit, Torchon, and fancy collar

Laces

54In. Dress Nets, in all hucsand shades

89,000 yards Embroideries and Fiounclngs, Lace

Collars, Nook Frillltlgs, Plcatlngs, 4c.

CORSETS and UNDERCLOTHING.

17 cases of Corsets in all the leading makes

Satin Underskirts, knitted Skirbj, flannel and

tweed Skirts

Children's Tunics, children's Cashmere Costumes V, cases fanoy and cooking Aprons, muslin Pina-

fores

6 cases ladles' hand and machine-made Under-

clothing

Embroidered Pelisses, flanncletto Skirts, and a

large accumulation sample Aprons and Pina-

fores.

DRESSES and SILKS.

50,000 yards of Cheviot Tweeds, Camel-hair

Tweeds, red and navy Amazon, Ohoviot and Diagonal Serges, coloured and black Follies, Meltons for useful dresses, black and coloured French CashnieresandMorinoes,plalnand fancy Flannelettes, Crêpons, Veilings, and Cashmeres, for evening wear, in all shades

Black and coloured Faille Silks, Mcrveillcuxblack

and coloured Broche Silks

Coloured Tinsel Silks, Coloured Pongco Silks Coloured Liberty Silks, in new shades Ivory Japanese Silks

Black and Coloured Velveteens, A'C

HABERDASHERY and FANOY DEPARTMENTS.

Military Trimmings and Braids, in all widths Floral Gimps, Feather Edgings

Jet Insertions, Astrachan Trimmings and Edging

Pearl and Mantle Buttons

Heavy Jet Curtains, Jet Ornaments Needles, Needle-trays

Small Wares of all kinds

Berlin Fingerings, Baldwin's Scotch Fingerings

Berlin Andaluslan nnd Shetland Wools

Embroidery and Fancy Work and Silks of every

kind.

JAPANESE GOODS. 250 cases new and choice China Tea Sets In liorcelam Egg-Bhcll ellina

Japanese Trays and Waiters, Sorcon Bosketware And a thousand and one other choice nicnacs.

HOSIERY and GLOVES.

Including Dr. Jaeger's Woollen Underclothing and

Hosiery of all descriptions.

Kid, Silk, and Fancy Gloves, in all shades and

lengths.

LADIES' BOOTS and SHOES

Of Every Description.

We hold the finest collection In Melbourne of Ladles', Children's, and Youths' Boots and Shoes, which must all be disposed.

Infanta' Shoes in F.ndless Variety.

LADIES' UMBRELLAS

In the Newest and Most Fashionable Mounts.

MANCHESTER DEPARTMENT.

Blankets, Flannels, Crimean Shirtings, Sheetings,

Calicoes

Sanitary Flannels, French Twilled Flannels Art Muslin, Linen, Damasks, Napkins

Art Linen, Sideboard Covers, Afternoon Cloths

White and coloured Quilts, Eiderdown Coverlets

and Cotcovers

Turkish and Bath Towels, Linen Towels,

Touching

Dusters, Oil Baizes, Ac.

Tapestry and Brussels Carpets, Rugs, Mais,

Matting

Linoleums and Floorcloths, in ali qualities.

GENTS' MERCERY and BOY8' CLOTHING.

Mens' and Boys' Hate and Cape, Shirts, Tics,

Scarfs, Gloves

Football Jerseys, Pyjamas, natural Wool

Clothing

Gents' and Boys' Socks, Umbrellas, Rugs, &c.

Tin Trunks, Portmanteaus and Travelling Bags,

Brief and Gladstone Bags

Geuts' Ready-made Suits, Overcoats, Water-

proofs

Roys' and Youths' Suits, Overcoats, and

Waterproofs, **e.

SALE BEGINíTon MONDAY.

WAREHOUSE CLOSED TO-DAY

To Prepare for it.

CRAWFORD, KINO, and Co.,

250 and 262 FLINDERS-STREET,

MELBOURNE.

Dress ana Faatton.

S

ALE F«* SWING

JALE FÜLL SWING

10-DAY,

JALE FÜLL SWING JALE FÜLL SWING

i-lUAND SALE-ENLARGEMENT of PREMISES.

STEPHENS and SON hereby make a BEIM ASK- ABLE and IMPORTANT announcement.

IMMENSE SALE TO-DAY.

pRAND SALE-ENLARGEMENT of PREMISES.

STEPHENS and SON require much greater space and increased accommodation to keep paoe with their VAST BUSINESS.

IMMENSE SALE TO-DAY.

G

BAND SALE-ENLARGEMENT or PKEMISEa.-]

STEPHENS and SON have accepted contracts/ for tho work ot ENLARGING THEIR PRE- ' MISES, oí altering tho general arrangement« or their warehouse, and of making NEW SHOWROOMS (or their MILLINERY, MANTLES, and UNDERCLOTHING depart

mente.

IMMENSE SALE TO-DAY.

/I RAND SALE-ENLARGEMENT of PREMISES.

STEPHENS and SON are sorry to inconveni- ence the public by CLOSING THEIR WARE HOUSE, but the above-mentioned Improve- ments will compel them to RETIRE FROM BUSINESS for two, if not three, week«,

IMMENSE SALE TO-DAY.

/-I RAND SALE-ENLARGEMENT of PREMISES.

STEPHENS and SON know perfectly that DIRT, DUST, and DRAPERY never agree, and so have decided to quit the whole of their

IMMENSE STOCK.

IMMENSE SALE TO-DAY.

JALE FULL SWING JALE FULL SWING

S

ALE FULL SWING I

JALE FULL SWING

S

IEPHÏKS and SON.

ME POST-OFFICE IS NEXT.

THE BEST VALUE IN THE CITY.

LONDON ADDRESS-18 COLEMAN-STREET.

R10

nARDS and COMPANY. RICHARDS and COMPANY. RICHARDS and COMPANY.

OUR FIRST WINTER SALE. OUR FIRST WINTER SALE. OUR FIRST WINTER SALE.

LADIES,

We intend holding our

FIRST WINTER SALE,

Commoncinp;

THIS DAY (SATURDAY, JUNE 4),

When wo shall oller such WONDERFUL BARGAINS

as w 111 astonish the trade, and causo our ware

house to be thronged daily by customers

eager to secure the plums.

We hav e hut ono object In view, viz., to get the cash

and reduce our stock by fully £10,000 during

the next two months.

We shall adopt tho samo plan as wo did at our

summer sale (which was one of the most

successful sales ever held in Mci*

bourne), and reduce overy article

to its lowest limits.

Wc Append the Following Lines :

24ln. Plushes, 29. lid. j ard, usual price Os. Od.

yard

ISin. do., Is, lid. J ard, usual price 4s. Od.

j «rd

lBln. do., Is, yard, usual prlco Is. lid. yard

CO pieces Coloured Meltons, 2s. lid. per dozen,

usual price 4B. Od. dozen

Double-width Fancy Dress Materials, 3s. lid. full

dress, usual price Os. 6d.

Do. do., 4s. lid. full dress, usual price

Od.

Double-width Check Tv,cods, Es. Od. full dress,

usual pnce Ss. lid.

Double-widths Camel-hair Cloth, l18. Od., usual

price l8». Od.

40ln. Stripe Skirtings, BJd , usual price 8Jd.

100 dozen Black Cashmere Hose, Is. Sid. pair, """ usual prlco 2s.

Cashmere Gauntlet Gloves, lOJd , usual price Is.

Od.

Special line Black do., Old., usual price Is.

200 dozen 0 button Kid Gloves, Is. lid., usual

price 2s. lid.

Dent's Fur lined Beaver Tops, 3s. Od. per pair,

usual prico 4s. lid.

All our

VALUABLE MANTLE STOCK

Reduced to Half-prico.

MILLINERY, MILLINERY, MILLINERY,

Almost Glv en Away.

Come and test the fact. MANCHESTER GOODS

Of all

Descriptions.

BLANKETS, FLANNELSTFLANNELETTES.-ÍO ,

At

GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.

RICHARDS and COMPANY,

23S, 240, 242, 244 BOURKE STREET.

The Theatre Royal is Next.

F

GIBSON SHOW TO-DAY

A SPECIAL PURCHASE

DRESS TWEEDS, SECURED AT AN EXTRA-

ORDINARY PRICE.

SOOO yards FRENCH and BRITISH ALL-WOOL

TWEEDS

LATEST NOVELTIES in 0I1E0KS, STRIPES,

tie., 46in. wide, Is. Od. per yard

(Absolutely worth double the money). OBSERVE the WIDTH and PRICE.

A FULL DRESS for 10s. Od.

FOY and GIRSON, SMITH-STREET. ,

Dress and jftualazv

H**

,?.YM'StY SUBPUIS SA» HP-&SELL, ROBSON, and BUSS.BLI».

The DIRECT IMPORTERS Will commence Uteir usual HALF-YEARLY

CLEARING SALt,

On

MONDAY, JUNE*

BUSSELL, ROBSON, and BDSSELL'S

HALf'-YEABLY

SURPLUS SALE, Ou

MONDAY, JUNE«. i_ Tho

REDUCTIONS

lu-all department j N

'I WM"LL BE rMTTB=Nfl«.

BUSSELL, ROBSON, and BDS8ELT/S HaM-YEARLY

CLEAELNO S ALB, ,. .

Ou

MONDAY, JUNE 0,

All

SURPLUS STOOK MUST be CLEARED. BUSSELL, HOBSON, and BUSSKLLS

' HALF-YEARLY

SURPLUS SALE,

On

MONDAY, JUNE 0.

AU

SEASONABLE STOCK MUST

Be SOLD,

Therefore the REDUCTIONS will bt

HEAVY.

HALF-YEARLY CLEARING SALE.

BUSSELL, BOBSON, and BUSSELL,'

The Direct Importers,

240 to 260 Boorko-street, Melbourne,

And

73 Queen Victoria Street, London, E.O.

SPECIAL NOT ICE.

FOR OASn ONLY.

8. PRISK'S

Extraordinary purchase of ladles' and children's Trimmed Hats, all Paris Models, and the very latest fashion and colours. These beautiful goods will be almost given away to-day. Como and see them-the very newest.

I havo this week cleared tho largest warchouso In Ulis city of their entire stock of French Model Hate, in nil about 350, usual pnce, l63, to 21s. in Paris, all to he cleared to-day at

5s. lid. each.

Also, about 100 lovely Girls and Maids' PLUSH HATS, all new shapes and colours, usual price 7s. Od. to 10s. Gd., all at 2s. lid. to-day.

Remember these aro all Paris Models, no two alike, and given away at tho price.

Theso goods haie been given to mo purely on no* connt of wanting cash.

Just intime. Come to-day, and get good lovely hau» at half what they cost.

These hats arc all tho very latest fashion, and the best quality.

FOR THIS DAY ONLY.

60 boxes Lister's best Plush, 24in. wide, In all

shades, sold everywhere at us. Od. and 7s. (Jd. per yard.

All at 3s. per yard to day.

250 Men's Parramatta Waterproof Overcoats, cen-

tennial shape, usual price 35s , now 24s. Od.; 250 Men's Parramatta Waterproof Overcoats, with capo and sleeves, usual pnce 35s., now

24s. Od.

I shall to-day havo a special Bale of 1000 women's and children's Ulsters, at about half what they cost, in London, from Is. lid. to 45s., all new goods.

200 pieces of all-wool French Foulc Dress Stuff, in

all new shades, usual price Is. and Is. 3d. yd, all 7s. lid. for 12 yds to-day

200 men's Tweed Suits to-day, usual price 30s.

and 35s., all at 22s. Gd. to-day

200 heavy Tweed Suits, good patterns ; usual price

35s,, 45s., all at 27a 0d. to-day.

Wonderful bargains in men's and boy's Clothing to-

day. In fact they must be sold. A GRAND COMBINED STOOK

Of £75,000 to Choose From.

A GRAND STOCK of Ladies'and Children's Mantles

and Ulsters to Ohoose From.

Customers taking a balo of blankets w ill be allowed 10 per cent, discount, or 2s. in ttic pound.

I haio lately been the successful tenderer for two Bankmpt Stocks of Men's and Hois' Clothing at a discount of 00 per cent-, or less than half what they cost in Fllndcrs-lane, amounting to seicral thousands of pounds, all to be cleared at Bankrupt Sale

Prices.

I shall this week

SHOW a TREMENDOUS QUANTITY

Of

NEW DRESS MATERIALS, "

Including

Navy Serges, Green, Maroon, and all new shades,

in double widths, from Is. to 3s. Gd., wonder- fully cheap

100 pieces of rich French Satin, in all new shades,

usual lírico 2s. Od.; all at Is. Od.

100 pieces, EXTRA aoOD, usual price 3s. Gd.; all

at 2s. Gd.

60 pieces Real DUCHESS SATIN, 24ln. wide, in

all new shades, worth 6s Gd. id.; all at 3s. Gd., gil en nwa.1, in Cream, White and Pink, and all

now shades

At the same time about £500 worth of Black and

Coloured Silks, all new shades, from 2s. Gd. to 10s. Gd. A Lj oils Manufacturer's Agent's Stock, and at about half the usual price. Splendid

lot

Manufacturer's stock of Real Tura in all the

newest furs and shapes. Is. lid. to 10 guineas ; lovely'Furs, usual pnce40s., now 12s. Gd.; CO handsomo Fur Capes, new shapes, usual price 40s., 60s., 00s.; all at 20s. today. NOTE. 50 Real Bear Boas, beauties, usual price 70s., 80s., 00s.; all at 30s. to day. I am giving these away at tho price; send for one, you will be BiirprlBul. I am selling these Furs at les3 than half what they cost in London wholesale.

At S. PRISK'S.

ENORMOUS SALE of

49 BALES of WHITE and COLOURED BLANKETS

EIDER QUILTS, BUGGY RUGS, Ac.

You can buy the very best flve.framo Brussels Carpets at 3s. Gd., sold ei eryw here at 5s. Gd. and Gs. Gd.; also about 100 pieces of Tapestry Carpets, at Is. Od. and Is. lid., cheap at twice the money.

100 pieces of new Culoisene Floorcloth, two yards wide, 2s. lid. per >ard, narrow width at the same rate. Grand stock of Women's and Children's Mantles and Ulsters, all prices.

Special bargains in all departments all this week.

SEE WINDOWS

TO-DAY.

S. PRISK,

The Direct Importer, Family Draper, BOURKE-STREET, MELBOURNE,

LONDON and PARIS. LOOK HERE-Lot 1.

60 handsome French Model Hats, all Parla

models. Wholesale price, 30«., 40s., 60s,; all at 16s. TO-DAY. See them.

cardinal, brown, and grcv. Wholesale prioe, 10s., 15s., 20s. each ; ali at'ls. lid. to-day.

Lot 3.

60 handsomo Trimmed Hato, all Imported

(models). Wholesale price, 15s., 20s, each ; all at 7s. Gd. to-day.

These Goods cost twice tho money in London.

Lot 4.

100 boxes of Feather Mounts, Plumes, and Birds.

Usual pnce Is., Is. Gd., 2s. Gd., 3s. Gd.; all at Gd. and Is. each to-day.

SPECIAL BARGAINS in ALL DEPARTMENTS

_ TO-DAY. _ (For continuation of this clwu of advertí»

merits eta I'aat b.)

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