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Situations Wanted.

MaNAQls.MK.Nl hotel or rofroahmont rooms re

quired by compcteni man, roforenoo« presont omplnrers Septimus Argni*

MARIlthu Uouple (voting)-mau Indoor emant

wife, housemaid, laundress Suitable for hotel

.S Hliasel street.

MallltlED Oouolo, rLepcoUlile, young, wants

situation hotel work, good relerencef Mall

lard's 8 ) Russell «treal.

MAN, resitciablo, sober wanta situation, good

general Servant, reference Dr Singlotoo, 15s

Useful, Argus

NURSE, otpcrtomed, want« siluaiiou lu gentle

man s family, one or two children Agnes Argus oflice

PERSON, irepootabie, wanta washing, surutibteg

hy Hie day Argus Agenoy, Illili «I, lit Kilda. SALESMAN, hlutily respectable, wanta atiuatlun

town or country Good references Frost, Argus

o lil oo

IO Printers-A first class jobbing Maeblnomau,

open to engagement. TJA, Argil« ollie'

T_

"\rOUNO L»dy nlihos engagement, clerical Uno JL fancy shop, good references Mrs Kold'e,

Queen Btrt**t

YOUNG Married Couplo wants situation, country

preforrod City Kigiatry, 116 Elizabeth stroot, opposite Beehive

YOUNG Lady desires situation Mothers Help

Companion, good uoodlowomao ; references

1&8 Collins street east.

~\7~0UNG -ngllsli On um Coachman, Scotch arrlial, X used horses, any wages, wettlug 27 Russet! st

Situations Vacant.

AT Mrs Brown a Otllccs, Laundross, station , Young

Girl, Assistant Laundress, Wanganella, Young Girl, Kltchonmald

AT Mr» Brown a Gi-ces, Parlour Maids, BUburbB,

Houso Parlour Uaids, Btailons, Colac, Bay, Uounmald, small family, Jerlldorio

AT Mr«. Browns unices, lloed Nurse, sullen,

Riverina, £10, N ursea and Neodle women, country,

suburbs.

AT Mrs Brow n s Olllces Cool s experienced, first

olas« famlUcs, Toorak, South Yarra, eta-onB. Oolao, Ooloraioo

AT Mrs Brown s Olllces Married Couple, station,

Mossgiel, mon experienced cook, wlfo buuso kooper; highest wage«

AT Mrs Browns omeo», Parlourmaid wanted,

gentleman's family, Toorak, wages £40, re f erenccs indispensable

Fürs. Brown's Ollice«, Married Couple, station,

Balranald--au cook, baker, wile houaoinala

and laundress.

AT Mrs Duncan'« ollleo, -eusdale street, House-

maid aud Laundress, station, Hay ; Nor90 and needlewoman, Btatlon

AT Mra. Duncan's, Cooks and Laundresses, general

Servante, hotels, privai- famille«, Yea, town,

auburbs

Al Uis. Duncan's, geuoral ServanUjUeldelberg, bt.

Kilda, Seymour, Plonghmau, Mltkmtu, Lads,

useful, milk

AT Mra. B"di(,r*e,«8 ItusieU sueot, Oooke, suburbs,

£1 weekly , Lauudre-cs, Parlourmaid«, Ganeral Servante _ A T Mrs Boltzmans, Fil-roy Koglstry. Gortrude .¿A, street, dook, Lauadross, Generals, Fitzroy, St

Illida, Hawthorn.

Ar Urs Dowule's, Queen street, wanted. General,

Nursegtrl same umtly, Farm Hand, tittie Boy

B

OY wanted, at tue Book Arcade

CAKTERB.-Wanted, Man to take charge Lorry and

Pair Horses, must bo thoroughly «til Up In rall «ray and boat work, and produce good rolerenoes Apply William Adamson and Co , 20 Little Collins

street wost

CANVASSKR8 wanted, first-claw experienced, for

advertisements Good uommlsston Prompt, Argus ofllco

COMPANION, olderly, play piano; General Ser

vant«, Nurscglrl wauled Mrs Campbell, 10

Lonsdalo Biroo! east

CLERK, despatch, wanted, with knowledge of Iron

mongory preforred Briscoe and Co., Colllns-st. K DR-SSMAKKK, good, wanted, by tha week.

Apnlv S Canterbury torneo, Powlett-Btroet,

Kust Melbourne

DlUVr-K, for light earling about town and auburbs,

wanted Apply 31 Elizabeth Btroet (upstairs),

Ba.ni

I71ARM Hands - Wauted, Ploughman, Mon harrow

' tug, carting, 17s 01, 20s, Milkers, 17s fid (0,

/""loVKBNBSS uontod, prívalo family, ifnullsn, VT music, good home Terms and references, Tuition,

Argus oflice.

HOUSEMAID Lauudress, Protestant. Mrs Llojo

Bella Vista, Alma road, near Malvern railwa)

Brilon

IRONMONQKttS Assistant« (two), wanted, for

stocktaking Briso io and Co , Collins »t east

JUNIOR, smart, wautod, for the country W

Watson and Sons, Windora lane

trO-LENUAID wanted, «rsl class, i.1 per woek

Golden Tleece, Russell elreet

LAD, aboutis understands borsos, useful, 15s und

board , Increado It industriuus, well behaved Munday morning All applicants' fare repaid Bux ton, near Elsternwick station.

LAD, aotivo, intelligent, ay Approutlco lu pastry

oooka dopartuieut, must be respectably con nocted lornis on application did Gunsler, COUILB

streot

"ft,! AlLLARD'a, 89 Russell street -Experienced .LVL Cook, 26s , Uuusonialds, Parlourmaids, Lauu üreBscs, Kltcheniiialds, -.5, Goneral Servants

MAILLARDS Oltloos - Mnrrlod Couple, oxporl

oncod-roan cook, wife housemaid laundress, gentleman's family, town, £80

MAU LARD'- ulllics - Respectable \oun< man,

Boot«, uicful, hotel, Mau Oooss, Kltcbenmcn, Milk cart Drivers Youtlis

MAILLARDS Unices- .oung Mall useful holet

and store, riferelicos required, Boots, Youth, butcher'« ordere

MANTLE Hands, experienced good wa|,es, wanted

by Onlg, Williamson, and Tuomas. Apply Mr

Suthorltnd

MAUHINE Paper llulers-Wanted, first ôï-ss

Hand, good wages Apply W. E Smith, Bia ttonir, Sydnoy

MANAGING Hauds wanted, ironmongery, grorory,

furniiure. Apply Con-deutlal, Argus otllco, staling terms aud experience

M11 M'

MAN, young, smart, active, respectablo, generally

UHL-fut lu hotol Apply tbo " Lounge." Kast

ora Arcado

MK

"VfUliS«, superior young portion, wautod ; Pro JJl testant, muet have good refero D co« Apply bo tore 1 ocloek Mra H M. Tnomson, Heat t burl le,

Bal M<ava< road

SBIIITS -Wantod, au experianuid Shirt UrctMur (or

»birt factory Apply ¿l'Arthur, tirlod, and Oo,

JTllodors Une rant.

S

ERVANT, -Ollera!, thorough , family thteo , hoy

kept, £10 Apply to-day, Allonvale, opposite Como, Toorak rood

SKRVAM' thorongh, goneral, >uung, cloau, active

References Indispensable 10 Avoca stroot, South Yarra_^_ SERVANT, general, wanted, Bmall family, refer

cnces.Mrs Bardwell, Oreti, Dundas place, Albert park

SK

nUcJ. How lirldgo Hotel,

TAILORS-Tbo OUrriKQ GLA.8S now forming

under Mr E WYATT will COMIIPN-B on JUNK tbo lftt at the Temporáneo batt At tho request of mimeroua corren pondo tita the foo will hu payable in 20 InntalmouUi of ono ((nineo. As only a limited num ber can bo taken at ono timo, preference will bo given to early applicants Refcrunces given to successful pupils holdlnif good appointment« In Melbourne Sydney, Adelaide, and ttrisbano Apply by letter, 85

Colline Btreot weet

fT,Ä

Collins Stroet weat

WANTUP, olderly MAN. (renarally useful, know

ledge ol hones ablo to milk, keep small par den, lilt ht work, comfortablo home, algo. Boy, ablo to drive, generally useful, mast both havo personal re fercne**, character, aobrloty Módico, Amu» otfloe

WARDSU AN wonted, for tbe doolong Infirmary

and Benevolo«: t Asylum Wagee, Lib, with board, ¿te Vor partio-lars apply to the secretary

WA1T&K8S and ausist bar, prorlotu experience

not eeewwry, youri, girl, wanted Law Courts Hotol, WHIlam-streot

Situations Vacant

""â^OUTII smart, «anted fir olllco Stato age ox X perienco, aud salary expected, Mercantile, Argus

omeo

STOUIU for llLht work In nur-orj tarden Dyiau L Northcote Nursery, ROB« «.trout Northcote

Wanto«, to Buy.

RONA FIDE ANNOCNUatUENr-HUbast caah

price given for all kinds of gentlemen's left off "." Letters promptly attended to Quit

ALL killi« lailloa gonllen on«IVAI<OltoB_3 PUR

CHASED for cub Letters attended Mrs. U-arrls 111 Wellington streot, Oolllnuwood

ALL Jiucrlptlou« of Ladies and Uentluuiena

OuOTHfN" BOUGHT Ure C Wooli, «7 Chapel nrret. South Yarra Letter« attended

ALL kims Ladles Gentlemen« WAllDKOot-i

valuablo Property BOUGHT, cash Letter« at ten led Mr» Robert« 1. Wellington at, Collimrwood

0L

SOIL for lop-Urosali g, RKQUlRED at tho 8cot-h

College Crlokot ground Apply Curator

I IO BUTCHERS, Ollie« -HAN1ED, household »nil

nolil UONK8, 80» ton, caBh on dollvory 2

I1 rankllu-stroet cast

U GROUKR8, Others -WANTED Tea IJSvD, 12s c» t, Scrap Load, 14s cwt, cash on delivery 2

franklin-street «aat

110 PRIVATE PERSONS. Others.-WANTED, rdi

kinds of BOTTLES, highest prices, cash on do

livery 2 «ranklln-etroDt oaat

rpt) DEALERS, othors -WANTED, UA8T IRON, X £4 ton , any quantities, cash on dolivery 2

Franklin stroot east

WANTED, to Purchase a secondhand fireproof

SArE Suto dimensions, ¿te , A V. 0 , Baths Hotel, Bourko street.

WA

Wanted to Soil.

AN iuimenso asaorimout Now aud Heooutlhaud

FURNITURE, Plauas, Fireproof Safe«, 4.C., very uUeap durr leon and Sons, S Little Collins street Eetablishod JO years

Almora pattern I1UQOY and Horse, sullablo for

suburban traveller Hartley and Co, Little

Lonsdalo stroet west

ALL OVER llogtl In ijAUJLK, Kogllab mado, good

condition Joseph Adams, saddlor, &.&, 8 Lons

dale Btreet west

BEST aaaortmont In Melbouroo of PORTMAN

«BAUS, Mall Trunks, Hide Travolllug, Cash, Murooco, Russia, Call, mid Seal Ladles Hand Bags, Morocco, Ruasia, and Soil Purse«, Betting and rocket Book« Writing Oases Joaoph Turner, fancy leather goods manufacturer, HO und 33 Queen street.

BOAT, ualf-outrhrgor clinker, complote, for

SALE, very cheap, hold tbreo adult« Apply Ureonland Prince «-bridge

BIUYCLES -Siugeir7~~MJIUllSU; OIIALLlÉNaK

has hy far tho greatoat silo. Agont, li. Bagot,

11 Latrobe stroet east

B1ÛÏ0LK3 -Now Exoolslors, double balls both

wheels. Roadsters, £17 IBs , sacrifices Station auu Leo strcots, Narth Carlton 0 Irish

BICYCLES.-Kuoruiou» domaud for the celebrated

Premier W E Adams, agent, 84 Lonsdale Hirout east Timo payments

B' Bl Bl B"

CHURCH ORGAN for BALE, at end of year, 7 stops

horduu pedalB, £160 Also, »niall stoue pillar Funt, ti Apply Dr lorrance. Balaclava. Jf within reasonable dlstauoe from Mulbouruo, Dr iortauce will undortako to open tho orcaq tor purchasor

CANVAS BOBE, Hick Covers, Tarpaulins, Horse

olotba, all «lae«, best values In town Wilson tuiitmabor, SOL Kll/tbot Btrtot

COW, Alderney, for SALE, just calved, quiet, suit

private family Ur bielp, Mibolnou atreet,

i nat Brunswick

DAIRYMEN and Pig Dealers - MILL S* BuriMUK

and Chaff for SALE 1 iiruntou aud Co., Sponcor Btreet

DUIPalONU FILrtsRS, Gardeu Fountains, Carved

Ohuich routs, Terra Gotta Figures, Vases Uandy, 07 Uoorgo-btroet, Fitzroy

17I0R8ALK ono Pair Blaok PONHvs, ono Pair Ila>

7 HorscB ono Pair Ohoenuts, four DraULhts Trial L,iven All sound and qutut. blugla, saddle, and doublo luriioia Apply old Lamb Inn, Elizabeth streot, Melbourne

17I0H SALE -Splondid Cremona VIOLIN Crumuoa

7 Alto and Violoncello Jnqulro Martin Slmonaen,

Uarllslo Btroet bt Kilda.

17IAMILY COW for SALE, excellent milker, tho

? roughlv quiet, two days calved 801 Albert road. Emerald hld

171H._T.Y0HK TOOL», SVOOD, und PATTERNS, beat

. assortment lu Meibourno Cozens and Harvey, Ironmongers 165 KUzabelh Btroet Uolbonrne

I7IUU1T TREES, Ornamental Trees Grant and

7 Cameron, seedsmen aad plant merchants, 41

Bourke etrout weat Molbourno

Ï

¡T1UUM1URK euppliad un linio Payment, l

curlty required, Immediate delivery Johnston lui) Gortrudo-Btroet Fitzroy

FURNITURE, Bedsteads, Bedding tiluipaou

Abrahams, 168 Swanston nu Price Hat« poet frew 17I01UV pair livoRAUUUS fur SALL

. Boil, ED Bouverie streot, Carlton

UOU and Ottoap LOOK1NU OLASS, IN lu 6s

loot, not to be oijuallod. Norman, 7 Collins

stroot oast.

ODD aud Ohoap PIUlURS IRAMKS, otery do

ecrlptlon Norman, 7 Colllus street ei.t, four doora from Flirabeth-atroet.

HARP, double aoilon, oboap beautiful order

one third tho coat Dyall, agent, 121 Jobnstou atroot, Fltrriy

HURsE CLIPPERS, latest liuproVvUl.nl« JuBt

lauded ex tUamor Uozens and llarvoy, im porters, 165 Elizabeth streot, Meibourno

IM I OR IAN T rAOT for ALL to JU..U.HH-U -

Good SPK01ACLEB, properly adapted, aid the vision and strengthen the oíos, wlioreaj faulty (jMstii or RVfcS GOOD LENSES, li not correctly chosan, will lujuro aud may utterly destroy the alt,ui.

KASNKIt and MO«, opttolans 17 (JollUM-street W

KNIIIKD UOiE Bock«, Ouomssy», &0. Lad Us

owu material made up, Hose retooled Dejio., BO¿ 'astorn Art, ide

K'

MONOGRAMS ENGRAVED, for emboulug on

notspaper and ouvelopos, Bketohe« submitted Whitehead and Oo 07 Collina «trout oast

OURNINu HTAllONERY and Uemoilal cards

printed in best style E Wblteboad and Oo ,

67 UnlHna street east

OW ready. Whitehead« MAP of MLTIORIA. :

vised to date, prlco Is, and 2» ed cloth, all

booksellers

AK and Blackwood PUNCHEONS, Hogsheads

Half hogsheads, Kilderkins Wine Cant», Tallow Casks li Ishor's Cooperado, Sandrloge road

N SALL, Bin to Oin O iron WATER PIPES

Blatea-American and Welsh John M Ilwralth, Melbourne Lead Works

LATE/QLASa Snout RONT, shutters Ac , about

10ft for BAL- Leviathan Clothing Company,

bourke Btreet

SHOWY Pair of HORSES, acouBtomed to run to

(.ether for two years, a bargain Stevenson und billot_

rrtO NEWSPAPER PROPRIETORS -A Hoc- Foul X feeder PRIMING MACHINS, for SALE. W11 rint a sheet equal In size to "The Argus, or thi jlxe oan be varied to six or eight columns per page In first rate ordor For full particulars apply to th« Oeneral Manager, "Tbe Argus" lillee

VJ

IblTINO aud Wedding OAIEDS btautlfully <

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AN OLD KO UK Y uad otl.tr h io tit» by ili«

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BNJAMIN JUDKINH, UUIBIUII philosopher, on

Political and Kellglom Despotism, »liortly prito GJ 'If liio woro a mcrchandlso that (, ild could bar, tho rich would alwaya llvo, and tho poor

would dlo '

ClATCHIN-QiWIUaUAN-J tbo Ititoat atuUHiO« Tula

J price Od U)»Bgow book wvebuui«, 16 Co li in u

Siroot wost

171A.UILY HtlîLKs, chc»[ oat houao lu town OI OB^ o w

. book warehouse Jo Oolllua «tract wo»t

UBLIO OlINlUN -Tho ouly Journal «IV.UK

tho wholu uf tha opinion«, Kn^Uah, Forclffn tn l Colonial, on political, social evento throughout tlie world 8ubju<_ta of iutortt fully oUcuas«d Ymrly, 13a, post tree O Colo, öoutlmojpton atroot fatrand, London, bnyUnU

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SATURDAY, MAY 12. This Number Contain«

LEADING ARTICLES.

Sill JOHN o.rusisiv.

ti na POSTAL COM-MHEXCB

Tua LAND .ITSTBM OF NSW SOUTH WALIS.

Tho Ladies' Column,-On the Black. By " Bum-

ming Bee."-A Fashionable Letter.-Notes and Qucrlrs.

Original 1'octry.-Too Late. ASong. By Francs«

Gill.

Miscellany.

Literature.-Pearls of the Faith, or Mam's Eoaary -Damoole*-Ten years.

Sooicty and Fashion.-A Lady's Lettor from

Dublin.

Social Sketches -PermlBSlhle Slang. By " S "

Tile BuniourlBt_A Plea for tho Domostlo Mos-

quito. By "Oberon."

The Essayist -Tho Dawning Sunday.

Tho Gold Mines.-Tho Gold Mines of Vlotorla In

1-2 3. By It. Brough Smyth, F.G S., F.L.B. 'The Traveller.-Plotores of Travel. By " J.8." Talk on 'Chaugo. By "_glsB." Topics of the VY-ok. The Theatres. Town Now ».

Science and Bollßlon.

The l'oslal Conference.

Latest Cabio and Intercolonial Telegram«.

TDK SPORTSMAN. Answers to Correspondents. Does Breeding Fay !

Tbo V.B.O. Programme

The Two-yoar-oldB of 18S2 8. By " Augur." Tbo Melbourne llunt Club Meeting. Castortou alerting.

Shepparton Mooting. Inglewood Meeting. Portland Mcotiug.

Schnapper Point Amateur Meeting. Tho Turf in Now Soutll Wale« :

Australian Jockoy Club. Bydney Turf dub

Lachlan Racing Club Mooting.

The Dubbo Jockey Club Mooting. Tbo Turf In South Australia :

The South Australian Jockoy Club Autumn

Meeting.

Sporting Notes from Now South Wales.

Sporting Noto« from Non- Zealand. By " Boatls

mau." ' Ron Ing Notes. By " Gloantlme."

Football Gosaip. By " Petor Pindar."

The Post Cricket Season.-Bitting and Bowling

Avorage*.

South Molbourno Cricket Club,

Coursing.- Note« by the Way. By " Skiddaw." ïaohtlng at Wendouree

THE YEOMAN. Answers to CorreBpondontB

Weekly Itevlow of the Corn Trade. Weekly Review of the Wool Trade. Rural Topics and Evento.

Seasonable Itlnta for the Farm.

The Rabbit Nuisance Act of New South Wales.

The Arundol Shorthorns. By Our Own Reporter. The Tasmanian Stud Flocks. By " Bruni." The

Chiswick Stud Merinoes.

Tho Vintage, fly Our Agricultural Reporter.

No VII.

Swan hill Irrigation.

Tlie Wheat and Flour Trado. Corresponden co.

Whoaton Meal and Oaten Meat Flemington Slock Roporta.

Intercolonial Sheopdog Trials. The Tobacco Crop.

The Rabbit Act in New South Walo«.

Tho Tnria Commission and Agricultural Imple-

ments.

National Agricultural Soolety of Victoria. West Bourka Agricultural Society.

Llvo Stock Notos.

Harvest and tho Crops. Pastoral Intelligence,

inverina Live Stock Report. Horticultural Notes.

The Catalogues of tho Soason.

Gardening Operations for the Wo ok. Troe-plauting nt Koller. Notes and Gleanings.

Horticultural rfooloty of Victoria, Impounding«.

TUB SUPPLEMENT

Contain» :

THE NOVELIST.-PEARLA ; OR TUB WORLD

AFTER AN ISLAND. By Miss BETIfAU EDWARDS Chapter XXV.-"WRATH TaAT WORKS L1KB MADNESS." Chapter XXV'. "GEOFF 8PEAKB HIS MIND." »

THE STORYTELLER.-SIGNA SYLVESTER. By

' R. L." OtlAPTKllS IX. AND X.

THE ESSAYIST.-THE DAWNING SUNDAY.

SOCIAL SK-TOHES. - PKRMIBSIBLK SLANG.

By " S "

TBE HOMOURIBT.-A FLEA FOR THE DOMESTIC

MOSQUITO. By .. OBISRON."

THE TltAVELLER,-PIOTURES OF TRAVEL. By

.J.S."

THE GOLD-FIELDS -Til- GOLD MINES OF yu.

TORIA IN 1S92 3. By R. BROUGH SMYTH, F.L.8., F.G S.

THE BIOQRAPnER -Bill JOHN O'SHANASSY. NEWS AND NOTES

TOWN NKW8.-THE riOTURE GALLERY-THE

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RKOIrt'KIl,

Season 1881-2,

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Contains Full and Accurate Report« of

Tho PAST SEASON'- RACING In AUSTRALIA,

ENTRIKB for COU INO K.V-NTd,

LIST of REGItlTERKD J0-KKY3 aud COLOURS,

Lonutha of Courses,

Tables of Whiticr*,

Rulcaof the Victoria Racing Club aud Victorian Club,

Standard Weights for Age,

And

ALL INFORMATION INDISPENSABLE TO

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Bank Notices.

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(Ltmiioil),

74 Collins street Most, Molbourno.

DIRKOIORS :

OharlcB It. Martin, Esq.

M. H. Davies, Esq. | Robert M'Oall, Esq.

H. St. John Clarke, Ksq , J.P.

DopoBtts rooeivod at highest current rates. Advances mado on frcohold property. Current noi'iunts kept, Interest allowed 3 par cent, on dally balauoe. Autho- rised by Governor in Council to irturautoo administra. Ilniuif ouates._OK". H TAY Lu It, Manager.

MELBOURNE SAVlNOH BANK

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oFFIUKB OPEN DAILY, and Saturday ovonlngs.

The Molbourno Savings Bank has now -1,-00 de poeltors.

Intonat, 4 por cent, allowed up to £250. Choques, drafts, and poet-uttlce orders rucolvod

llckldunle In suburbs or country unahte to attend personally, and w lulling lo boi-onio deposllors, c*n obuln full Instructions on application. All noces-ry Information sent post free. Accounln opened by de- positing ono shilling. JOHN AL-OP, Actuary.

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_.i an artlcla strongly rocumuiendod by many o min ont medical tue-, and Is admirably adaptad for homcoo path! pat loo ta, Invalids, and for consumers conorally.

16 Prl-o Medals awardud to J. 8. FttY and tíONH,

Bristol and London.

HOI'ä for BALK - Uul'S, Oxlty gro*ii, about

12cwt" %ery flue sample. Henry Steven Bon,

Quien streut

KATKt'UL-UUM F O ß i' 1 N G.

E I» P S'S ia O O O A.

BREAKFAST.

1 By n. thorough knowlodcoof the natara! laws which govern the operations of oigpstlon and mmltinn, anil by a caruful applluutinn of tbo fino properties of well «clcctid cotna, Mr. Epos ha* pruville.I nur hreakfaat tables with a dullcatnl>-flavoured beverage which may »avons many heavy doctor's bills It la by the judi- cious uuoof such articles of ti lot that a constitution may bo gradually built up until strong enough to

Bist evory tendency to discaso. Hundreds of subtle ...ala'lloa aro floating around us ready to attack wherever there Is a weak pointa Wo may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well fortlllcr] with pure blood and a properly nourished frame." nee artlclo In the " Civil Sorvlco Oa-Otlc."

Made simply with boiling wa tor or milli. Sold only in packet» Ubollotl

J AM K9 KPPS and Co.,

HOUCCOPATHIC On It MISTS, LONDON.

Also-Makers of KPP&'S CHOCOLATE ESSENCE.

KBU W11 RAT, Now Zealand Velvet Straw, for

BALK. D. Whitley aud Oo, 0 Queen-street,

G S:

^_ Amusomoiits.

rll K A T K K R~Ô Y A L.

Under tho Management of Mc»«'«. Williamson,

Garner, ami Musgrove

Stage Manager, B. n. Jones

FOUR.TIÏ -nd~_-BT WEEK ol

BLAND ROL.'* DRAUATIO COMBINATION,

In his SRnOND PRODUCTION,

Contiuued I TA1CKN FROU LIKE I Success Continued | TAKEN FROU LIFE | Success

LAST SATURDAY NIGHT ol [ LAST BATURIlAY N1GU.T of j

Tho (TAKEN FROU LIKE Great I TAKEN PRO« LIP«. Play (TARENT FROM LIKU.

( LABT SATURDAY NIGHT

REMEMBER .! Ol GORDON'S HOME PICTURES

of COUNTRY LIFE.

, LAST SATURDAY NIGHT RSURHRER } Of

Of

THE GREAT HACINO SCENE. / NEXT THURSDAY KVENINO, RfMRiiRvn I MAY 17th,

UEU-UBEU - POSITIVELY LAST NIGHT of

(. TAKEN FROU LIFK. Bvorybody ahouhl soo thlB

GRVAT POhTIO SENSATION DR AU A,

Alroady witnessed hv o\or

81,000 PERSONS.

LAST SATURDAY NIORT of

ALFRED DAltt'IER,

Hiss BLANCIIK 8TAMMRRS,

Ills« ANNUS TAYLOR,

And k STRONG CAST of CHARACTERS,

Specially ««looted to Interpret This POWERFUL DRAMA.

SCENERY DESIONI'l) by GKOROR GORDON,

And Palntod by Gordon and Qrlat, Box plan open dally at Allan's

Stall», family cirolo, and pit tlclrats at Davia's (late Huakett's), Bourke st. Carriages may be ordernd at 11,

Treasurer-J. E. Uoore,

General Business Manager-Benry R Harwood.

Business Hanauer for Uland Holt- W. H. Soagravo

U KA T R li it O ï A L.

T

SATURDAY, BAY 10,

GRAND REVÍVALO!

HENRY V,

And Last Bngngeinont of

GEORGE 111 Q « O Ii D

(Previous to MB departure for Europa),

Supported by

RIONOLD and ALLISON'S

8PEOIALLY ORGANISED COMPANY. Box plan now open at Allan's

TH UÊ WONDER OF THE Ä

THE MIGNON PIANO.

Tho most rotnarksblo success on record in tbo annals of plauoforto selling haB boon auhlovod hy Messrs NICHOLSON hy tho Introduction of tholr splendid

now model,

THE MIGNON PIANO.

It was naturally to bo expected that our competitors, Boeing that wo had completely distanced thom by tho bringing out ol our serle, ol

NEW MODEL PIANOS,

But espsolally by the " Minnon," would not remain Idle, and thatvfo should have a number of would.be

Imitations of

THE MIQNON PIANO.

Now that wo have soon tbolr feeble effort« wo can afford to smile at them, and «st our minds at rest, as It Is Impossible (cr our competitors to «how au Instru-

ment to comparo with

THE MIGNON PIANO.

THIS MODEL IS BEYOND RIVALRY.

It Is all vory well to road «lowing descriptions of over-strung- and doubla obliqua and trichord pianos at rldlculou.lv low prices, but we would warn our friends awl tho publia not to bo caught by such

announcement«.

THE BEST PIANO IS ALWAYS THE ODBAPEST.

THE MIGNON PIANO

Ii manufactured In the aamo flrst-olatt manner, and oqual In tbat respect to a

NINETY-GUINEA ERARD.

For oloft-uco of design the " Mignon" excols most planoB ; batt lu producing tbls model tho stylo of oaeo was » secondary donsldoratlon. What wo Btudlod uioitly was to Secure the puroat quality of tono, and In that we havo excooded our expectations, for the tono of the '* Mignon " Is not only pure, but It hu ra roundness and fullucss, and IB devoid of that droadful uietalllo quality so common In tho ordinary cottago piano.

" , THE MIGNON PIANO

Has s quality of tono that no other similar value piano possosses. Rich, sympathetic, and slnitlug tone that charms tho ear, aud nover becomes weari- some. Tills could only bo produced by tbe moat cartful and refined workmanship,

TUE MIGNON PIANO

Haa al<o a delightful touch-imitantanoou« In ropotl tiou-nllko most agreeable lu the oasy or difficult panuni:ci ol pianoforte plajlng, and to the young as noll as to the more adraucod performor.

THE MIQNON PIANO

Contains overy improvement of valuo. Instrument« coBllng 100 guinea« and upwards do not contain i

Ttio iron Iranio is quite a plcturo of Bolldity and good work. Tho samo may also bo said of tho Individual patts-action, koy-board, te-all show the oarotul finish BO doslrabie lu a piano.

THE MIGNON PIANO

Is tho only and original Instrument bearing tbla nanio, and since Its Introduction has aarnod the graatoBt possible dlBtluotlou. It baa made Its way to the most rembto part« of australia, scarcely a village or town being without ono or moro of thoa« obarmlug pianos. Tho prloo for the " Mignon" Is so moderato as to bo within reach ol tho moat huniblo of U«r Majesty's BUbjcclB.

THE MIQNON PIANO

Can bo tborouihly RELIED UPON. Wo GUARAN- TEE the INSTRUMENT for SEVEN YEARS, for the country thceo plauos aro carefully tuned, pollahodi and well packed, so that thoy arrlvo at their destina- tion lu the sams oxcolloot condition as whon loavlng

our «alehouse.

THE MIQNON PIANO

Can bo had at our loweBt flxod oish prloo or on our time-payment system, extending from ono t° thren year«._

Messrs Nicholson and Co. wonld also draw attention to their suporb

No. 11 PIANO.

This instrument Is of full else and magnificent pro- portions. It has one of tho flnost-If not tho tlnost iron frames over placod lu a piano. Tbo actions, keyboards, and In taot the genoral construction la un surpassed by any other similar value piano yet mado Overstrung (doublo oblique), trichord, Que and full tono, cxcoctliiiuly rich In quality, touch every- thing that oan be desired ; In fact, a perfect modo!

Messrs. Nicholson and Co. bato also another now modol, the

No. i PIANO,

an InBtrumcot of medium Blre, containing all the Improvements enumerated abovo.

Illustrated catalogues and prlco-UstB may bo had on application.

~ SOLE AGENCY

For tbo

RONISO U PIANOS.

Now so Well known ns Not to Need Commont.

lu stock Is kopt a vattety of all the well-known brands, Including

L1PP,

SOUIEDMAYER,

AÜ0IIER, BORD,

NEUFELD,

PLEYEL,

ERARD, &c, &o.

A Ruo STOCK of PIANOS for HIRE from lia, monthly. Tbo most liberal house In Melbourne, whether for cash or on the tlmo-paymcnt system.

Messrs. NICHOLSON arid Co.

Havo secured tho

Solo Agency for Australia

For tho famous

CLOUGH and WARREN ORGAN,

Tho Cheapest and Best Organs over brought to

Australia

Boo tho Pet Organ,

Fivo Biopt, £21._

Seo tho Kavourlto Organ,

Seven «tops, Including suh-basa and ottavo couplor,

-SO.

Bee the Favourlta Organs,

At £80, £85, £40.

And also a largo Variety of Stylet,

_ From £40 to £1S0.

TuITcLOUGH aud WARREN ORGAN

Once Heard

Will Captivate Anyone

Buy no Other but

THE CLOUGH »ud WARREN ORGAN.

NICHOLSON and Co.,

4(1 and.47 COLLIN8.STREET,

And at BYC-MET.

Amusomonr.3.

i» is it A - it ö X3 S- K.

Lestée .. - Mr, A. T. Dunning.

Treasurer and Managor Mr J F Dunning. TUId EVENING (8ATÜIIUAY, MAY 12),

First production on anv «tage of

U1ÎOKUK DAItltLLL's

Entlroly Original Emotional Play, in 5 epoch«, an

Episode, and an ICvont, entitled

IHt NAKED T II U ( II.

THE NAKED TltUTtt TITE NAKED TRUTH.

Intornrotod bv

Tho AUTHUR, W. J. HOLLOWAY,

And the BEST COMPANY In AUSIItALIA.

Special ouuagoinolit of

MU ANNIK MAYOK.

HaguIQconl Boonery, Entirely Now, painted

oxpressly by

Alexander Habno and Mr. John Little,

assisted hv Ilr Kelly.

TUB NAKED TBUTH,

wrlttou by tbo author of The Sunny South, Trans-

ported for Ufo, The Forlorn Rope,

Back from the Ornvo, foi, DHAMATI3 PKR30N.U:

Adrian Devereux (eentloman) _. Mr, George Darrell Talbot Dovcronx (lils father) _ Mr. J. J. Kennedy Louis Voltaire (a invstorj) _, Mr. F. 0. Appleton Paul Bruce (journalist and dramatist)

Mr. VV. J. Holloway

Bobby Brott (a popular comodun) .. Mr. Ollv Dcorlnir llouth Hiilherford (a heavy tragedian) Mr. U. Leeton Daisy Daunt (a pink ol fashion) .. Mr. N. O'urlen Nick Orubbor (a representative mau)

Mr. Olia«. Holloway Mutiol Montrose(aquoon of Bohomi«)

Miss Esslo Jonyns Kuntco Phayro (a quoon ol Bocioty).. Miss Anulo Mayor Lillian Lyle (languid and luxurious)

Miss Conitanco Deorwyn Pearl Pansy (ol tho ballot) .. Miss Allco Doorwyn Jane Ann _.._.. Misa Ida Herbert

Characters In tbe Bplsodo

Manvor(thotrlbnno) .. .. Mr. H. R. Jewltt Marou« (an ancient warrior) ~ Mr. II. A. Dougler« Find Cltlzon .. _ .. .. Mr. J. A. Power -ocond Cltlzon _ .Mr Alfred Rolfe A Uoman Vestal _ .. .. Miss Eulo Jonyns

Bravos, Patriarch!, Maidens, Matron«, otc.

The Motive.

"I waa so young-I loved him BO-I had no mother

God forgot me, and I fell."

First Epoch.

A QUEEN OF BOnEUIi.

Second Epoch.

A QUEEN OF 800IETY.

Third Epoch.

THE CODE OF MORALITY.

Tho Eplsodo.

A play wlthlu a play.

TUE ROMAN VK.STAL.

Fourth Epoch.

THE OLD, OLD TALE.

The Event.

THE WA0IC3 OF BIN.

Fifth Hooch.

HOW IT CAME TO FABS.

Tho Mechanical -docta - .. - by Mr. Robin« The 1'roportlw _ _ "by air. Gardiner Tho Original Music.by Thoa Zopllo

Ticket« for all parle of tho houso obtainable at the Opora-houie from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Box plan at

Qlen's muslo warehouse.

PKRA-UuUSB -FANCY DIlEd» DALL« and PARTIES -COSTUMES on UIRR nt roducod terms. Apply drcss'ctrclo entrance from 12 to 2.

N.B.-Fancy dresse« of overy description mado to

order on the shortest notice.

R

ARE M U 8 I C A h & V K N T. MAX vooiuon'a)

MAX VOQUIOH'S ]? ADIEU to VICTORIA.

MAX VOORIOH'S)

MAX VOQRIOU'S FAREWELL.

This great

EXECUTANT, ARTIST, and COMPOSER,

Who ranks among tile vory highest In tha world, and whose performances bavo dulighted hil numerous audleuco throughout Australia, wilt lake a final leave of Melbourne prior to lils departure for Europe lu a

FAREWELL UONOKHT

At tho MELBOURNE TOWN-HALL,

On 8ATUHÜAY EVF.N1NO, MAY 28,

Kindly atslsted bj the fi'llowlog distinguished

Artist« :

Miss ALICK KEES,

HERR OTTO FHllEIl, UKRIl CARL KUNDE,

And the METROPOLITAN LIEDERTAFEL.

Tlio attention of all lovers of inualo l8 particularly luvltcd on this occulou, as It will positively be the last opportunity of hearing uno ol the

GREATEST PIANISTS .f tho AGE.

The business success of iho atltlr Is cared for by a oommlitoo of the following gentlemen í

Baron Ford, von Muller, Prut, II. M. Andrew

K.O.M.O.

Dr. Torranco

T. II. Ouenott

Alberto bulman O. W, Russell L. L. Lewi« J. li. Kdcscn

0. A. Plnschnf

J. 0. W. Nicholson Dr. J. T. Rudall Ed. Miller F. Tate

J. Buddei

Herr Julius Bledo J It Kdeion

Blunor P. Oocchl Erno»t Barker David Leo Alf. Pf.lt

K 11 Wight

Dr. Jonasion

Charles Iroudol Ed, Fanning And others.

8. O. FIRANI, Hon. Boo.

Pries« of admission.-Balcony and 'reserved chairs, 6s.; unroserved, iii.; body of hal), 2s.; bauk seat« and south gallery, Is.

TICKET-HOLDERS >

aro requetled to present their tlokets at Nicholson ánd- ito and inark thom oil on the hall plan.

Further particulars and programme In future adror tiseinonts. O. NOBILI, Ilutlnose Manauer.

O O T 0 II FANCY F A 1 It.

(Poetponod from Maroh).

On Bohalf of Ularondoii struct 1'iosby terian Church,

TOWN-HALL, 13S1KIIA.L-.I1ILL,

llommeucing

SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 10.

Tho Hon. Graham Barry, M L A., lia« kindly con-

sented to opon the Fair.

A great vailoty of Solch Novelties and useful

fashionable articles. Grand Scottish Entertainment«

Highlanders, plpors, and dancers in costuruo. Song« and ballads of Scotland, Professor Cloveman, Illu- sionist and wizard, in his draw Ingroom entortatument nf legerdomalu, sclonco, and humour. Popular mtiBlo hy a grand oruhesira. Part songs and sole« by gen. Demon from tho Liedertafel. Instructivo aud amus ing eldo shows, including the children'« favourite. Punch aud Judy. Beautiful Scotch eaenery and

drorflea

Refreshment« as in Scotland.

Admission Is., which will includo railway (aros from

Molbourno or St. KlldA.

Romombcr 1

8ATURDAY, MAY 10, 1853.

VlUIUnlAN AOAH-tll ul A It I'd HXHllillTUN;

Albart-strest, lighted Tburtday evening«, finally CLOSES 17!h May. Admission, Is.

ZOOLOGIOAL QaRDICNS, Royal-park-Great

attraction». Elephant now carrying children on ok day.. Carnívora fed 8.80. -,, ''

BRIDQE-1 LEO AL Allf-UNIUN.-ORA WING ap-

proaching. Prizes £IU,UOO. Tickets, £1 Letterd promptly answered. Adore- Bridge«' Uaydau Gallery,

Melbodrue.

IllOQEa' HAYDON AKT GALLEttY.i Kaslcrii

Arcade, OPEN for VISITORS. Art-union

tickets nbtaiuablo till 10 II.ni.

RIDGE»' AKT-UNION.-Filling, Killing-Thou. a%iidsoI Mokola sold; apply immediately. £1000, £1000, £500, £000, £260 often..

RIDGES' SIXTH PIIIZE, original ploiuro, TIUH.

BORNE TRIAL. Su ty portrait Uguie« doploted. pyrlglit photograplis ready for salo.

L L A N and O O. ' B

FÍANOS

And

O R G A H S.

FOUR GREAT LINES

Which havo

NO RIVAL Ia AUSTRALIA.

SOUIEDMAYER and SOEHNE

ONE of the OLDEST

And

M03T RENOWNED MAKERS In EUROPE,

Whose

COSTLY PIAN03

Are Fit for any Drawlnirroom lo the World.

PLACED ABOVE all OTHERS

At the

LATE EXHIBITIONS,

MELBOURNE and STUTTGART.

B

SCHMIDT

A BEAUTIFUL MODEL.

Well and favourably knowu in Victoria for the Last

Ten Yoars.

The GRANDEST and MOST PERFECT PIANOS,

A MUSICAL MARVEL

And

A PERFECT OEM.

Overstrung (double obllquo), Trlehord throughout,

with Full Iron Frame and Burnished Metal

Pin Plat»,

Having a remarkably Quick Touch, and a Fine Body

of Tone

Tbo HOBT ELEGANT, the MOST DURABLE,

And the

CHEAPEST SMALL COTTAGE PIANO

EverOflored to the Puolle.

Can he bad on Time Paymont by a 8uiall Deposit, and

Monthly Paymenla of 30s.

SMITH AMERICAN ORGANS.

THE FINEST REED ORGANS

In the World.

Awarded the Only Gold Medal, Melbourne, 1881.

106,000 sold since 1862.

88 DIFFERENT STYLES to SUIT all CLASSES.

PRIOE8-£10 Ids. UPWARDS.

In those Colonie«

Tho SALE «f CABINET ORGANS

Is almost exclusively conllned to this Company'«

Make,

Moro than 2000 having boen sold lu Victoria alono.

Tho oxcellont and unequalled qualities of tho above four great makers aro now universally recogulaed, hence our euonnous aud dally Increasing «jaie«.

Our «took also lucludc« a lice choice of piano« by

othor woll-kuown maker«.

Few bouiea, even in Europe, can «how auch a splendid selection.

Illustrated catalogue«, and terms for cash or timo payment, forwarded on appUoatioo.

ALLAN and Co.,

Bola Agent«,

17 and 10 COLLINS-STREET MAST,

MELBOURNE.

I7IAIB To-night, FAIR To-night, FAIR Tonight,

. Eastern Market. Lota to see and hear.

COLE'S Saturday night FAIR at Eastern Market now

a grand success, black wltb people Everybody

gota

B

AmUBoniunts

~I J O U T li KA! U E

Lessee Mr G B W Loivl« tun lessee _ Mr Wybert Reeve

THIRD WEEK nnd_BRlLLIANT 8UOO_SS

Of

Mr WYBBRT REEVES OOMKD\ SEASON

LAST HATÜRDAY NIQI11

Ol tho Immensely Sucicsstul Comedy of

HURRICANES

HURRICANES. LAST SATURDAY NIGHT

Of tha Charming Coniodletta

UN0LE.S WILL

UNCLE S WILL

HURRICANES, UNCLES WILL. UURRIOANES, Last Night UNCLES WILL HURRICANES, But UNCLES WILL. HURRICANES, bivo UNOLK S WILL HURRICANES, UNCLES WILL

Mr ROBVO bogs toannounoe notwithstanding tho brilliant reception of the ibovu Comedia» his arrange mente will not permit of their being played after

FRIDAY NIGHT NK\1

Androw Hain lay »

FOR LOVE OR MONEY Will Positively be Pro lucod

SATURDAY, the lUth

For the Ural Time In Australia

bum-aa, .ja lea , in uox nan at uni

Htegman's, tobaooonlat No freo list

J W DODGE Acting Manager

VICTORIA HALL,

Bourke etroet east

LOBSCCS, Motar« Hiscocks and Allison

Proprietor and Manager Mr F E Hiscocks

Tho most select and comfortable loungo In Australia.

The Homo ol Incessant Mirth and Muslo

No free list undor any protonco whatever, tho critics

of the press only exceptad

FOURTH WEEK rOURTH WEEK

Of

HISCOCKS

FEDERAL MINSTRELS

And

SPECIALTY UNION

The tide of popularity still (lowing In our favour

Triumphant Tributo to Tested Merit. TONIGHT (SATURDAY, MAY l8),

And Every Bvoninir, at 8

FIRST CHANGE of PROGRAMME. New First Part

New Song»

New Acts

New Sketches.

New Dances

New Olio Continued Success of

Mr ORARLES HEYWOOD,

Malo Soprano, Burlesque Prima Donna, and Bird Charmer, in tho 1 arcioal Absurdity

Entitlod

IHE 80ROERE88, or, BIRD OIIARUER In Wblob He Into luna Ula W uderlul

AVIARY of I EUI ORMINO BIRD«

Tho Best Kntortalumont to Ploaae the Publlo

Tbo Biggest Cards and Greatest Favourltea

A Dccl led Success Irom tho Opening

Admission-¿auteuil* 4s , rcBorvod «oats Sa, back seats is , gallory, la Doors opon at 7 16 overture at S Carriages at 10 30

Seats may bo eecurod at Nicholson and Co 6 muslo warohouao Coll! s street

M

M

USIOAL ASSOCIATION of VICTORIA

ANNUAL OKNKRAL MEETING,

SATURDAY, 12th MAY 188,J

Election of Otlloe bearer« for 1883 4

The programme will include

Quertetto-Op l8 No B in 1) _ Beethoven li lo-Pbantasl« StUcke Op 88 « - Schumann Sonata In K Hat Op 81 _ _ Beethoven

a°°^ .Tho^Xo.r - - }**um.nn

ELBOURNK FOOTBALL CLUB SPORTS,

MBLBOORNK CRIOKKT GROUND,

QUEENS BIRTHDAY

M.OO CHALLENGE CUP, value 20 guinea«

Open to all amateurs

(Present holder Mr W D mulan)

Tbreo dl.tancoB 100 KO and 880 yard«

Prizes, £4 and Li tor oaeh ovuut Eutrauoe, 61

TWO MILKB HANDICAP BI010LK RACE and

ONE MILE HANDICAP BIOYOLK RAUh,

Open to all meuil ora sill I O and VOW Clubs

only bntrancs loe, la

A Grand Bicycle Procession will ho given by tbo

V O U olnbB

A trophy value £6 will bo glvon to the club which has the most and best oqulpped number of members preawut.

Entries closo at Garton a Hotel May 14 at 0pm

F

MELBOURNE CRICKET GROUND

UTO V ESSENDON SATURDAY, 12th MAY

BANKS V CIVIL SERVICE, WHIT MOVDAY, 14th MAY

Gates opon 2 o dock, commencing 8 o'clock

Admission Sixpence

Grand Stand, Ono Shilling oxtra

Ï7I00TRALL, Hotham Rocroation Roservo

? HOTHAM V STAR of CARLTON Gates open 2 u dook onnimonclng Q Admission, Od

8SO0IAT1UN FOOTBALL CLUB - PRACTICE Thia Afternoon on tho Richmond crlckot-ground

Commence at S

6s aacb C1 so 2 SO p m Bharp

B

0\1NG BOWNU BOXING

Tho Ronowal of tho Groat

GLOVE CONTEST,

Botvieon

DICK CORRKlT an I LAWSON,

For a Valuahlo Trophy

Will poBlilvoly take placo TO NIOQT,

At NEWION and NATHANS ATHLETIC HALL,

Bourke stroet

tSotaral minor oo rabats will como oft", ¡Ilustrativo of he art of soif défonce M NATHAN, M O

BOXING-Iho visitors to the Athlollohall to

ultnoss tho conteBt betwoon Corbett and Lawson aro Informed that rofroshmontsof a most puro and ti vlg iratlng quality may bo obtained at Mr J Markes, forruorli of tho imperial but now of tho Criterion, adjoining the Athletic hall

THE BALL SEASON -HERR PLO0K dosires to

inform thoso of lila patrons who may doslro to seo bim poraenally on tho auhjuol of engaging him for halts &c during the coming eaason that he will be at Glen s Mualo Warohouao evury Monday and Thursday from loo.ni to 8 80 p m and on Tuesdays aud Frf day« from U a m to 4 Itû p m

Lommunlcatlona by lutter may ho addrcasod to him at the above addrtias. or to his prlvato resldaoce,

.The Avenue,' Windsor

PLOOK « Military BAND open for ENGAGEMENT ART

MISS THOMPSONS PICTURES

LONG S PICTURES,

RORKE S DRIFT,

OiKrod under

ENG LIStI PRIOES

REYNOLD 3

_CLEARANCE SALE_

ART GALLCRY, 48 Elizabeth «troet.-0rlglnal

Water Colour« direct Irom Rome at «ready re duced price« Reynold s Cloaranco Salo

FANOY DrtESS ti AL La Parties, aod 1 aire supplied

with DRESSES from 6s each Mr Ford, 17

Victoria Arcado

ITtiNOY BALLS I artie« and Fairs-Elegant

; DRbSSKS mado to order, 80s each Mr Ford,

17 Victoria Arcade

PIANOS-Iho best makers, cheapest house cash

or torms ti a| ootlon invited Jabcz Carnegie

2Ü0 Bourke btreet east

M

S1KUL1NQ Olbin Co a Arno ric au O KUAN 8,

latest boot, »nd cheapest. Jabez Carneólo, solo

agent 200 Hmirkc Btroet oast_ I

UBIOAL INSTUUMt-NTH -Evory di.crlptiou of '

INdlRUMENTH KKPAIHKD hy clllUout work , at Chapman t. 1)1 8 wan H to ti Btrcot.

rilUK largest and beat atjBorto 1 stuck ct MUSICAL X INSruUMENTSuud Appliances at Chapman a 01

El wann ton stroot

VIOLINS HRDJOB I ut«s (JuroniB Coi tirtlntts

Accordions Ocarina* Multare /ltbcn Flu tinas Ohotj out hoimo C1 a] mun tt DI Swanston »trout

NEW MUSICAL INSTRUMENT -Tho OCAKINA

cattily played perfect hi tuno, "s Oil , fl. Gd Unapman a 01 Swanston Btrcot

TIIK Wonderful Minatnre Baby CARINRT ORGAN

can only bo Boen nt Cha| man ii MUBIC Warohouao.

01 Swan H ton atreet

UEKNS BIRI H.DAY-FIREWORKS Rocktte

liomin Candle», Coloured tiro Wheelo, 0.ilne»o

Q

TUB DAVIS

FAMILY

SEWING MACHINE

(II AND and TREADLE)

Becelvod tbo

ONLY FIRST PRIZE and GOLD MEDAL

Awarded At tho

SYDNEY and MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL

EXHIBITIONS,

1860 81

IMPORTERS

Or the

'MATCHLESS Non vibrating Rubber cushioned

BICYCLE.

Catalogne« forwarded post (ros on application,

HENRY BISHOP and Co,

71) BOURKE STRRE1 BAST,

MELBOURNE

(Next to the Theatre Royal)

B

T ENTERTAINMENT

And

VALUE for YOUR MONEY

To be got In tho etty, Is at

BRIBCOE S BALK,

11, l8, IB Collins «treat east_

PHRENOLOGY -Protestor SHEPHERD informs

you »hat you aro beat adapted lor, with chart, Sa -' «Saturn Market

Amiusoiiioiitat«

rp O W N-H AL L,M K L B O U B "5"_T

"TWA HOmtS AT HAUK."

Every

TUEBDAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY

FOR a SHORT SEASON ONLY.

Mr. KENNEDY and TAMILY'S

BONOS of SCOTLAND.

Entlro Chango of Programme Each «vening.

TO.NIQHT,

Mr. KENNEDY wUlalog! " Oh why left I my hame,"

" lhere cam a young map to my daddle'i door-A I

" Tho auld man'« mare's dead." "*".* >

" My heather hills,"

"Tibbie Fowler o' tbo dien,"

" Auld Laug Syne,"

And tell the humorous «tory,

11 Hoo oor John «oobt ma for bl« wife,"

TO NIGHT,

Mun HELEN KENNEDY will sing

" Auld Robin Orav » *

TO-NIGHT,

Mia MARJORY KENNEDY will elog:

"Tho Four Maries"

TO NIGHT,

Miss MAGGIE KENNEDY wlU Bing:

"Tho Auld Houio."

TO NIOHT,

The Misses KENNEDY will slog trios:

"The Bluo Bells of Scotland,"

"Tho Birks o' Aborfoldy,"

and Gaollo Airs,

And play pianoforte duot, " Reol« and SlratbBpoys."

TO ÑianT,

Mr. ROBERT KENN KUY will «log;

"Tbo Jolly Beggar"

"March, much, Ettrick and Tevlotdale."

.. Scotland Yot "

Italian aria, " M'appail "

On TUESDAY NEXT,

Tho Fifth Performance,

"A NIOHr WP BURNS"

Mr, Henuody will Rociia "TAM O'SHANTER."

Commence at 8 o'clock.

Balcony, unrosorved, as.; entire front area, 2sj back area and gallery, Is. T

Ttckota nt Allan's.

/CALLER HERRIN "-By general rcquost Miss V. HELEN KENNEDY will sing this favourite song TO NIOHT In addition to tho programmo pro vloualy published.

Tlcltots nt Allan'«

DR. J. 8IHMS, tho Unrivallod Physiognomist and . ,.--.Ç?.Dull>r 8Po»kor, is ropoatitig his course A LECTURE nn " Mouth, Tooth, Kars," at tbo Atho. nuium, MONDAY KVEN1N3, continuing May 16. 1U Admission, Is and 2s Course tickets, 7s and los Enlortalning Public Character Readings at tho closo of ovory leoturo To day Dr Simms gives do- ser! ptlons, and charts of character and health, at tbo ante room of the Atlionn um, Ironi 0 am to 6 p na. " The wiso and the good seek to know themselves." -Rhakspcaro

RELIGIOUS PRESS-Tho looturcB wero highly instructivo -The Baptist, London Will nmuso, In. strutt, and enlighten tho mind, ami purify the atlee, lions -Tho Rock, Lnndcn lils character reading la simply min ellong-Freeman's Journal, Sydney Dr. Simms li drawing largo irouJü ciiry ovcnlng Ho has boen wnuderftilly successful in delineating the characters of well known cltlzuns -Protestant Stand- ard, Hyduo). Ono who tlocorol} nooks tneprcniollon of truth and all human good -Ihe standard, Chicago, USA. übe pcrfeotlun which Dr fiiimns has at. tainod to reading character hy i loa ing faces ia sur- prising -Pacific Ghtirutiinan, San Francisco Ino charts of health and tlmractor lgstird bv Dr Simms aro highly estimated -lim Kvutliiol, San Francisco Physiognomy is a nioit valuable setouco to tho world, and Dr. Simms, Mho has devoted lils life to it, is Ita ablest exponent.-Examiner and Chronlcto, Now

York.

>KOPLE'S CONCERTS -Tho wonderful -molo

Pantomime, " Mother tjhlpton'e Fropbcies " in.

PEOPLE'S CONOKHIP, Temporáneo hall-Owing

to enormous success, Miss Georglo Smithson and company will appoar again.

jL winou, notwiuistanoing ex]

Chairs la , balcony Od , hall 8d.

PEOPLE'S OUNOEKTS -Mil« Georgie SmltCBon in

startling sorlr« cf characters, introducing old

favourites and now attractions.

PToPLh'd CONCERTS -MUS Ooorgle Sunilison in

4th of July Impersonation, " Independence," as lliven in United Slate«

13-OPLK's CONCERTS -Miss Georgie Smlth-ou as

. Nowbaven FlBhwlfo, Rotuli Diamond from Lancashire Living picture«, lightning chango!.

PEOPLE'S CONCERTS.-Berilo Daley (favourite

comedian) in Negro Sketches ; Mir« Minnie Oonpion, Iii« charming jttvonllo arlisto

PEOPLE'S CONCERTS.-Miss Smithson aa Harle-

quin, Columbine, Pantaloon, Clown, Prince, Pro. gross, Molhor Shipton, in Comic Pantomimo.

PEOPLE'S OONOKRln.-Mr. Jamo« Hollonay aa

rolograph, a Sprito, and Pompey. Now Josls and startling tricks

PKOPLE'8 CONCERTS.-Unprecedented attrac-

tion« Regular patrons eomo early in order tosco tho popular performers again.

PUBLIO RBADINGROOM and LIBRARY, Mol

bourno Temporáneo ball, 200 nowspapor« (¡Jod Reference library, statlnnory. Admission, Id

MELBOURNE 1EUPKIUNCE-HA-L aialliblo

for olitortnlnments, locttlro?, meetings Accom* niodato 2000. Also, roomB for commlttoo meetings, Ao /"kUBBN'S WHARF.-Open alrTemperance Mooting

v¿ bundey afternoons, 8 o'olotk Spoakers to-

morrow : Messrs. Mnudovillo, Evans, and Collins

J*uus Holloway and company.

MISS GEORGIE SMITHSON at Mechanics' Insti-

tuto, Emorald-blll, Taoaday, May 22, with James Holloway and company.

M

Mr. BUDDEB

Bega to Intímalo to hi« friends and patron.

At

Mcesrg Allan and Co 'a

MUSIC WAREHOUSE,

OolUns-stroot cast,

Where lottere and applications kindly miy

_bo lett_

ORGAN

A Uno Instrument, consisting of two manuals

and podáis, for PRAOIIOE,

With or Without LoBion«.

Studio open from 8 till 8 for ladies or gentlemen.

Mr. J BUMMERS,

Organist

All Sainte' Church, Wellington street, 8t Kilda

Mr. Suminore' Now Anthoui for "Trinity" moy bo

had of all iniiHlcsollors Prlco Is

M1

H

SS NATHALIE DAWSON,

Coitiuoatod Pupil ol Big. ZELUAK and

Herr MAX TOORIOH,

Rccelvea Pupils for Piano. Allan and Co., Collins streot east.

JULIUS BIEDB

PIANOFORTE

And

SINGING.

W. H. Glen and Co,

Collin« stroot ___ SIGNOR ADOLFO MALETT.-INSTRUCTION

glvou lu PIANOFORTE, Singing, Uarniuny, and Counterpoint, upon tho moat approved Byatoms of tno Italian Behool Moaera Oleu and Co , Oolllus streot

PHACl'lUAL REMARKS on MU8IU TEAOUINO, by

Mrs Patton. Toachor successful caudldsto Ularko Scholarship Is All muilc BbopB, hookBallorfl_

VIOLIN LESSONS, progressive and finishing Mr.

l'otoiuix, 23 Ooorgo stroet, Victoria parauo, FiU-roj ; and lol Collins Blreet cast _^_ 1~3ÖONAUand OIL-PAIN1INQ TAUGIIr on latin

and volvot Class hold tho Atliomuutn MondayB, lliursday«, 8 till 6 Particulars Ferguson'«, 27 Collina

t-trcotwcHt___,_

RAWING, PAINTING, all brauche», TAUUUTby

Miss Collins at Hyman s, Swanston stroou mnd«rato Quarter lrom ontranco

D

ATUHNvLUM.-UllAWINO, Painting. MliS «lutter,

from bt Jolin'e Wood Academy, London. Frldoy, 8 p ra ProHpoctua witli librarian

HIGHTON DltlLI, ROUU -Ladlt-B' Gymusstlo

OLASS held by Murnea Dick and Moon, rYcduos day, 4 p m Oulnoa quarterly. _^___

¡lit. Patrick's Hall, DANCING, Mr Ooorgo Halo

Smart's CLASSES, Tuolday. Prlvato lessens, ehoolfl NumorotlB presentation testimonials_^ DANCINU -Mr Goorgo Hain Smart, professor of

dancing, Kuchnster villa, Wellington street, St. illida. Prlvato L-J80NS ____ DANCING, Doportmont -Mr Madamo JourdaV,

Madeline Victoria Btrccts, Evening OLA8S_P, Juvenile« Saturdays, prlvato lemon» Assembly Mol . day, 14th _ DANCING, Deportment -Mr. Madame Jourdain1!1

Solcct CLASSES, Oddfellows hall, Winds'

1 hursdays, afternoon and evonlng. Schools, fonill t vUltod._

ANOING -St Patriok'B hall -Mr George Bolo

Smart's CLASSES for } oung ladlos and gentle men, Saturday altornoouB_ DANCING -Mr. CurtlB'a CLASSES Monday, Tues-

day, Thursday evontnus ; ABsombllcfl Wednes- days, Frldajs, Oddfellows' ball, Panning at., Oarlfn.

D

A.NOING -Mr Burko'» CLASSES, Mondays and _-. Thursday» Ladlos' and juvonllo, Saturday, 8 JO. Academy, 61 Ocorgo street, Fltrroy._

ANGING CLASS, at Mrs Franklin's i du-Monal establishment, Kow Conducted by Mr. Couti»,

D"_?_,-... -

ni Dnvalll's Aeadoniy, Melbourne_ DUVALLI'S now DANOINO ACADEMY and

Assembly RoomB, 47 Exhibition stroet. Classes, prlvato and public, morning and evening_ DUVALLI'S Ilrst Grand ASSBMhLY, 24ih of May.

Old pupils froo. Bubacribois please apply for

tickets

WHERE do you DINE ? At Drew- ColToo Palace,

directly opposlto the Waxworks. Bourke st *

ATOTIOB -Subiorlbor« to THE ARGUS aro rospocl. JM fully loformod that SUBSCRIPTIONS an PAY.

ABLE QUARTERLY, In advance.

The subscription In Victoria 1» 20s. per quarter, in. eluding postage _,_",_. air.

Payment by post-ofBco order, bank draft, or vic- torian poatago stamps will oblige.

Printed and published by Ai.rit«. MaarwEBa-visTn,

at TH» AHOU» ornea, Co lins street, Melbourne, tor Wltac« and Micamoi, proprlit.rH

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