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flOUSXS AMD LANS FOR BAU!,

T. KILDA, Corner Fitzroy st and the Esplanade

Magnificent BITh, 00ft frontage,

And 8 roomed villa, _ Kcduccd price

BOTCHER, auctioneer, 313 Collirust, and St.

Kilda._ _ ST. KILDA W , Beach -ALI/OTMTNTS, Loch-.

st. York-st. Patterson st,. Longmore st., «heap Butchei, auctioneer, 313 Oollins-st, and

St Kilda_"_ QT KILDA E-Handsome 10 roomed VILLA, IO grand corner block, executors Bale, cheap Butcher, auctioneer, 343 Collins-st , and St Kilda ST KILDA WEST^Building ALUrTMï NTS

Canterbury ni, £8/10/ foot, Beaconsfield parade, £0, York st, £3 upwards, Patterson st, £4 King, op station. St Kilda_ ST KILDA -Very line SECTION, close Espion

ode, splendid position 80ft frontage only | 70/ foot Bridge 433 _Uie.il st, opp Town hall

SANDRINGHAM -ALLOTMENTS and Villas

also Residence, with acres near golf links .crdlnando and Co, 7 Elizabeth B1

SANDRINGHAM, I irucrc-park -100 x 200 £50,

panoramic viewv, lia. mountains, station, beach 8torey 840 Collins st ,__indringham_ SANDRINGHAM, Tennyson st--«4 x 132, £35

Abbott st -«) x 220, £00 Storey, local agent. Sandringham station _ SANDRINGHAM -Cheap ALLOTMhNTS and

Houses all parta and prices. Small and 1-dwards, Sandringham and 178 Collins st_ SEASIDE-2 splendid PROP! It TILS 0 rooms,

5_ acres 7 rooms 15. acres, beautiful gar den, orchard, handy golf links and railway Tel 75 Storey, Sandringham_ SEASIDE HOMES -Building SITI"S 50 X 250

close station and beach, £25 tenus, title, certificate Duncan and M cllcT (Vuecn st _ SEVEN HUNDI_D and FIFTY ACRES good

grazing handy position, house, Ac , cheapest property in Victoria, long terms Whiting auc tlonccr, Alexandra_ SACRIFICE-LAÎ.D, 124 x 130 corner Wattle

tree Fgerton Bts Malvern, must Bell Write direct 5 Henry st Auburn

OMERVILLE Bargain -33J ACRES, Bplcndid

5 roomed House, outbuildings, 8. acres (.ood orchard, only £000 II Beqmslcy, Malvern

SUITABLr poultry, nursery, gardening, 5 to 25

AOR1S, Springvale near station, cheap long terms. Vale, 285 Collins st_

SURREY MHS-U B SHOP and land, Il x

150, good position business ready made, Rolng_ooncem i.220_ J Sncddon,__burrey__lIllls SURREY HILLS - V B 110USI . 0 rooms, bath,

pantry, land 72 x 100 nice position, £150, must sell J Sncddon Snrrev Hills_

SURREY HILLS-Brick VILI A 0 rooms con

vcnicnccs 165 x 105, garden, £750 J

üneddon pgent Surrey Hills_

SURREY HIIIS-Buck VIL1A 7 rooms con

vcnlcnces land 72 x 105, £075, nice garden J Sncddon, Surrey Hills_

SURRb- HU Lb -Cood Investments.-Cheap

L UÍD choice p wittons. Jos Sncddon, agent (tel_28 _Cantcrbury I «hange _______ SURREY HU LS -Splendid DI OCK 148 x 140

adjoining Mont Albert station, 35/, must sell

Leigh, op station_.

EVKRAL choice Building SITi S cheap, money

advanced to build, eos. terms of repayment F_R Green, builder, CambenveU_ SYDNEY O ARNOLD and Co l8 Queen st ,

have new Property List available Investors

call or send for same

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The Liquidators oí the MFTROPOLITAN BANK and BUILDINO SOCIETY OFI1R for SALL a large number ol BUILDING ALLOTMENTS, situ atcd in nearly all the suburbs ot Melbourne, and ranging in size from 15ft to blockB of 20 acres Liberal terms and low prices Full particulara from the Liquidators 203 ColUns-strect,

£1100 Palmer, Bennett,

T~~OORAK -Superior brick VUÍTTtESUJíScErs

rooms, conveniences, 100 x 200, £2250 W

11 Allard, 31 Queen st_ mOORAK, Toorak rd -Brick \ ILLA, 2 sitting, |X 5 bed rooms, on comer allotment, 00 x 177, £1200 Henderson, Equitable building_

bargain Arnold, -l8 Queen st_

rE ALBERT BUILDING SOCIETY, No 348

Fllndcrest., has for SVLL, on easy terms,

cheap suburban PROP! RTH S._. WEST MELBOURNE"-Investment property,

three two story HOUSI S, Roden st , pro ducing _0J, increased by improvement property, owners realising, price £1175 Arnold and Co ,

l8 Queen st

WEST MFLU, Roden st-Brick COTTAQr.

rooms, conveniences, £140 ".Neleh, estate agents, 214 Queensben. st , N Melb Iel 2113.1

,_-_7UY PAY RrNTf Small dc|iostt, balance as IVY rent, will purchase a furnished COTIAGI , The Snuggcrv, Seaview crescent, Half Moon Bay. AppIy^Mrs harrcr, on premises, or Storey, auc tionccr. Sandringham

TTTINDSOH, Beat Position - Handsome brick JW VILLA, 0 good rooms stalile, £1OJ0 forced Bale Sweyn Lcnime, auctioneer, 141 Colllns-st iTTTINDSOH - Gentleman's brick VILLA, 9 mig IvV niflccnt rooms beautifully decorated, se wered, stabling, £1000 Sweyn !>cnrme, auctioneer,

S41 Oolllnn-st

_\71NDSOR, Excellent Situition - Handsome (VV brick YILLA, 0 rooms bath, Ac , land Silt X lG4ft 71n , reduced £050 Ham, Swanson st

WNDSOR -Superior detached brick COTTAGF,

5 rooms, sewered, in beautiful order, J_75, bargain Hilton and Barlow, 03 Chapel st _________ W"~ INDSOR, Builder's Chance -LAND, 10O x 107,

with 8 buildings, let at 21/, £000, bargain Hilton and Barlow, 03 Cluipcl st_

Z-Hendy, 5 second lloor, 325 Lollins-st., ogent

. Hendy, Leary, and Co, Geelong, lAIiMS, Houeaes, Geelong Properties specialty _ Z-Geelong PROPI RTIIS llllMtruted lists

. gratis nendv, Leary, and Co, Geelong, or Hendy, 5 second lloor, ¿25 Colllns-st

Z-Geelong, 0 Miles - 80 ACIHS, agricultural,

. splendid brick residence, £2000 Hendy, I cary, Hendy, Geelong, Hendy, 125 Collins st

Z-Allambee, Gippsland -035 ACRI s.lfascliold

. Rplendid grazing, river Irontoge good lui provements, £3/7/0 Hendy, Leary, and Co , Gee long, or Hendy, 125 Collins st_ Z-Strathbogie-010 «.CRES good buildings, £1

. per acre, terms, £100 deposit, balance £i0 annually, 4 per cent Hendy, lean, Geclng, Hendy, 325 Collins st_ TV -Gcclonr District -4000 ACRI S Bound 6heep

-^J- countr), well fenced w itered "and improved, j rL

HOUSES AND X-AND "WANTED.

t A Much Healtiilcr and inircastng inquiry for JrSj every clans of PROl'LHTV, both to rent nnd punhasc, I» made to us, and owners und Ian I

lord» should let us have pirtiittlurs to brink bclorc our numerous client» C I and r Htm auctioneers and llnaneial uncnts, 75 Swanston st

Tel 185.

1 A SCOTV Al V, Moonee Ponds Uisendoti - Tail

Lex gell Brothers, auctioneers havi ca_h buyer» immediate tenants PROPLltlltS ivory discrip

lion WANTED_ I I A BOUT ILL AL I ST V TI -S) liney C Arnold ond ' .-__ Co , l8 Quecn-st , have splendid dent mil lor j purchase oí Investment Properties Owners tie Blrou. of realising please forward particulars _ AN ."GOOD SUBURB-Brick RI SIDI NCF 0

room», conveniences, stabling piefirred, about aire, to £130 Palmer B mutt *___* Col lina st_ __ AB and li IV JOHNSTON, 101 Queen »f, I

. havi tasb buyer CO 11 VC I s or Mil» Ivtw or_IIawthorn £1000 lohn sion, lol Queen st _

AB and It VV I0HNSTON, lol Queen st I

. have cash purchaser (or suburban COI

TAC)1 S, Villa, lirraci Properl) Prompt answer I given_ __I

A-Hawthorn -Cash clients walting V BJ AS,

. £400 £500, £700 Morton lind Co Id

_ta__I!nivtl_orn_| BATTI N and Co, Baw thom and Glenferrie",

have client» waiting to Purchase, larfcc de I Uland _0iv¡icr- please noti__[

BUS1N1SS man and wife would carctakc keep

In order ill SID! NCI during owner» ah

sencc lenwiik, Mule st, North Brighton I BRI NAN mid Oil .-SON, Clrattun st , Carlton

uri buyer» of Cottage House, omi V HU I PllOPl*l.TIlb Albert pall_ BltlNVN and GI I* ISON, Clntlan st Carlton I

have clients waiting pun luise Cottage and

V IllnJMlOPl lim S_O-incr. send pirti'ulara _ j BRICK V ILLA, »limit 8 rooms stabling 2 acres I

or more. Rent for temi Storey, MO Col | lins at____ B1UOHPON, Near Belch-Brick VILLV, 8

room» patldock for cov, about £(__ ) early _ 1 rank V qrlcy, 14 Queen st

B HIGH PON, Close to Beach - liirnlshcd

HOUSI, 7 rooms with stabh« preferred

.Simmond-*, tirent, Brighton_ I O ANTI ItllURV -Wanted to rent Immediately,

HOUSI, (I to 8 rooms ciliated position gool drainage, near »tallon preferred Robinson, ugetil

SuiT____Hill___I

COMPACT brick VILLA 11 rooms garden, f,ood ,

locality, any healthy suburb, mall, £000 I

Gemmell Tulkctt I

/ -vOTTAGE, 5 rooms, brick, Purkvlllc, South ' yj Yarra, moderate, tuiefiil ten mt, no child- ren, near tram. (iovernniciU, Aigus._ _"_TY or"Stib'urbaii Business PREMISES, for in \J vestment! genuine buyer wailing; to £5000; immediate._Langridge, 12 Qm>eii_st._ "TkAlHY FARM "WANTED" Rent, carry CO or 00 XJ cows, muHt be rich land; client waiting.

Morton and Coghill, 80 Swonston-st. _ ' iTTIURNISIlED, SOUTH YAHIU, TOORAK, ST. I X1 KILDA, for four montlis, from September 1, !

SUPERIOR RESIDl'SOE, j at least 16 rooms, lnrgc iranien, stabling Indis-

pensable. PATTERSON and SONS, 313 Collins- ' fctreet, _

house must have garden and

Strickland, 201 Collins st._I FURNISHED HOUSE WANTED, for member, <

close Parliament-house, exceptional tenunt, I no children. The L. White Agincy Campan.,

Eqiiitable-bullillng._ | I'jNUHNlSHËD Mansion RESIDENCE WANTKD*; I

. temi 3 years, for well-known city merchant, ' grown family. The L. White Agency Company,

Equitable-building._ I FURNISHED, Bijou VILLA, for nix nwntlia,

married couple, own Bllver, cutlery, linen. The L. Wlilto Agency Company, Equltublc-bldg., Colllniiat._ iTTilfRÑlSHBD well, South Yarra to Malvenu

X' gentleman, wlfo require Dijou VILLA, 8 ' rooma, stabling, Mardi, 12 monties; chance anyone j going home. Palmer, Bennett, 503 OOIUIWBU

FURNISHED; DIJOU VILLA,'7 or s rooms, __;

exceptional tennnts, 3 montlis; about £2 ii; a chance; Hawksburn preferred. Palmer, Bennett, 263 Colllns-st._^_^ FURNISHED VILLA, March, southern suburb,

near town, with stabling. E, W. Buuard, I 456 Colllns-st._

TX E M H E L h, TUOKBTT, and Co.

TENANTS FOUrnTfor PROPERTIES

Of All Descriptions.

Genuine Inquiries from Purchanm of

i RESIDENTIAL and INVEHTllKNT PltOPWtTIES.

Fropertiw Peraonally Inspected.

(_n_n Imitad to Had particular! for in_rtioo in Pmwrtgr Uat tra*.

' _«_? C__e__ V__ii__ Mad«. .

HOUSES AUD LAND WANTHD.

GENTLEMAN wants Furnished VILLA, close,

. tram line, high parts St. Kilda, South Yarra, St. Kilda rond, sell and daughter. W. Noall, 201 CoHina-üt._ HAWTHORN. - Tenants waiting rent VILLAS,* J

17/0, 20/, 25/, 30/. Morton and Co., agent» ¡

(Tel. 303). Hawthorn. ___ _____________ HAWKSBURN or"TOORAK, Convenient Station.

-WANTED, lor cash, about £900, D.P. brick VILLA. State particulars, Bona Fide,

Argus office._- I HENDY, 6 second floor, 325 Collins-st-, agent ,

Hendy, Leary, Geelong, invites owners »end |

partlcular8_PROPERTIE_.,__t_ceIong particularly.

HOUSE, 0 or G room», Ancotvalo or Moonee

Ponds, on small deposit ond terms. Par-

ticular» to__WillJiclro, __¿gu__olIlc____ I HOUSE PROPERTY, to ' £450, in suburb con-. _vcnlent to town. Interest, _Argu_J____ rNVESTOR requires Shop PROPER.TT, Chapel,

Smith st.., in good order, fair return; to £2500. P-ittcwon and Son», 313 Collins-st- _

Íi-AUGAROO GROUNDS-FARM WAOTED in '

-. this diblrlct for genuine buyer. Area cul tivation, price, to L_ingrlilge,_12j_tucc_i-_ K" EW.-Briok VILLÁr .-"reception, 3 bed room»,

servant's accom'modation, conveniences; sta- bling, .te.; desirable tenant; about £100. Palmer, Bcimclt,__«_J_.oll¡n_--8t._ KEW" Verv Convenient Position.-Brick VTLT-A,

7 rooms, servants' quurters, stabling, garden. Frank Varley. ______ _uçcii_st__*

KEW, Camberwell, or Sturtloy-park-lO-roomcd

RESIDENCE, for desirable I.nant (adult

family); rcnt_to £150._ Gemmell, Tuckett._ M" ALVERN, Camber-veil, Kew Lines. - Brick

VILLA, 0 rooms, about acre; must be good order; £1760, £2000. Kenneth Officer, 113 Col

lil.-.«.._

ALVERN, Armadale, Toorak.-Buyers waiting

for VILLAS and Land. Owners please com munlcatc. Langridge, 12 Qucen_-t- Tel. 713._ OFFICE WANTED, I'Nirnlahed, in """Collins or

____ Queen sts., to share. Agc!it,_Aii;_s_o"lcc. PERCY "BENNELL*. 340 Collin_-»t.. has «client»

waiting to Purchase PROPERTY in all rub- j urbs; tenants walting to rent. Sale» quickly II

effected. ,_^___ j* 13URCHASER, Qucen's-rd., St. Kilda rd., brick .'

VILLA, about 0 room», convenience»; about i

£2500. Palmer, Ucnnett,_2G3 Colllns-st._ QUICKI-ST SELLERS. - Hodges," old Prahran I

finn, 307 Chapcl-st.-Record »ales olden days, and Rilli to the Jore._ SOUTH "YARRA or" "ST. KILDA.-Family RESI-

DENCE, 8 rooms, with »tabling; to £90

)early. Frank Varley, '__ Queen-st._ ' SOUTH YARRA]. Prahran, Windsor.-Brick '

VUJLA, 7 rooms, nice locality; to £800; pur- chaser waiting. Patterson and Sons,_313 OolUns-st. SYDNEY C. ARNOLD and Co., l8 Quccnsrt.,

have i*_utcd new PROPlii-TY List. In- t

vestors scnil_or call for eamc._* SWEYN II. LEM.ME, 341 COIUIK-st-, aucUonecr,

sworn valuator (est. 20 years, Collins-st-), requires PROPERTIES, . all descriptions. Tel. 3257._,_ TOORAK, S. Yarra, St. KildaT-Briek HOUSE,

M looms, before Mareil, £110, or earlier. Kenneth Officer, 413 Collins*«-. ___ rpOORAK, Close Station.-Brick VILLA, 7 room»,,

J- good order; £750. Lamb Smith and Co., * 215 Collins-st._

I TM LKNlsHi D ht hilda i rcfcrretl 0 rooms,

U excel tiotial tenant waiting long term, £130 J A Cameron lilo Block _

WVNTI D larticulirs of 1 ROILRlll-S for

Sale an 1 to Let in Hawthorn and District

constant inquines Sales quickly effected Buyers waitlig tor 8 roomed MI LA for £1000 Ore Collate CWO All advertising done free

sale io I ay Send particulars to Bcnnell and Co usttle und ii surance agents Hum aod road Hawthorn next Town hall and 340 Collins-st_W WVNTI D to Rent with option of purchase a

\ 11 LA of not less than 0 rooms and con venientes with a few acres of land within the suburban radius.

Give particulars and state rent (no agenta) Vin lev Argus olllce_.

WWIIU I y uuüouuieu tel ai l lil élu oí

year exceptionally well furnished \ li LA, 3 .eeptlon 4 lied rooms servants quarters otliccs. 1 att rson and Son«_ _

WAN ri I) to Purchase St kilda 8-roomcd

UOUSr up to £ir00 cash Immediate TI o I « hite V(,ency Company Lquitable-build

Pollins-st_ WVN11 1> a \ ILL V about 1) rooms and gar

del l e ir station or tram not far from Melbourne rent about 18/ I articulara to M 07 Ulioi street Mool ce Ponds._ WV.M1 D I y guiratiticd tenant ground floor

J orate ACCOMMODATION" ihout 80 X 200 the city I ittetMii an 1 Sons Jil Collins st _

WANT1 D to I urdíase 10 roomed HOUSF in

t,ood localit. casi TI c L \\ lute Agency ipany 1 quitablc I nil ling Collins st

WvNTI D tolurcliooe Bijou VILLV. formar

ned couple would also I uy furniture at laltiillotl PI e I Wlite Agency Company 1 quitablc building Collins st_ WAN CM) Irlck MI I V " or 8 rooms good

order \ul urn or ( lenferrlc £iOO to £800

Hope Post ofllee Hawthorn_

WANUI) PROllRrv. on west side Swanston

st between 1 lindens an 1 Bourke sis. tracer

and Co_40 _Mo_kct st_

WWIID Hawks! um district brick MLLA

sewered 0 7 roon s al out £800 cash

ncs aidjlop Til Collins st_ \T_r\NTID immclntely Itinilshcd RISI ,VV DINGI mist be veil sitiated doe city rent al o it £2/10/ INill | articuhrs Bijou lrt,us WVNTI D San Irn gham Brighton near baths

furnishc 1 VII I A 12 months thoroughly re- liai le tenait I __A Cameron Hie Block_

WWn I) D I bock VH LA 0 rooms be

tween Hawthorn Camberwell stations M

Argus olllce_

WV.MH3 to Kent

town with garde city_

WN

tyiNDSOIt- lltick MLIV 11 Union st c!

v V to railwa. station ai d Chapel flt tram land I It. lj (lit, lartc tar len 1 Schäfer ~

PARTNERSHIPS, BUSINESSES, ft«,

A-CTIONI BltlNO and Commbaton VGINOY,

Western district net prouts £200 y ar Suitable pn mises pureba er initiated investiga tloii allom d £15o Siv)cr, 228 Collins st

AN old estiblhhed suliurbin 1I0TI L and~_.es!

tlelice free house Particulars executor» late Mi» Miry Virtin Union Hotel, Specimen Hill, BC___C1IL,O__

A

Co ,_und Lyons und__C_- ¿*_ñ Collins-at_ A "Voting Man want« a BUSINESS, capable ol

exjunction, view to partnership or purcluiäc (,r_.ltci Vry,us_^^ BAl I VRAT-Small BRI VII HY an 1 Vinegar

Manufacturing Plant suitable for aerated

wutir factor), with business coimcction, rare i chance for energetic mun

lilli particulars from Blight and Son, agents, I

Hall.rat_ I

BUPUR rvCTOln, acre freehold dwelling»,

good district, prisent output £100 weekly, I crfect plant J 1 lanagan, loo Queen st

BVhhltV BUSINESS, nnin street, best suburb,

li ba^d, rare opportunit) Small, 31 Quc«n

st, 1 usy j

BOM HLblM SS small stock liberal discount,

low rent (.ooel acconnnodation, leaving »tate

109 Burwood rd Vtihurn

CHEMISTS - 1 or S VL1 , a small BUSINESS,

capable of extension in Sturt st , Ballarat, a good stand, luodcnitu rent Full particular» J_li Il-Cjl_ C-ONlIC.IONl_._V »rinks, 1)1 shop, Well

/ stocked old established good living accom modation £40, |>a)ablt (roter) t,ood saleable i st iel £55 Simpson_SO Sw iliston-st_

/""VOMMODIOUb Vlarkct HOUS1* extensive beer

V_J wini spirit trade must sell Particular» 407 1 ltllc (.illili t Melbourne _ _ DRAIN RS-Suburb in Cash BUSINI IS for

S\L1 «lock £_000, trade £0000 grand .opening Higgins and Grub tin, 02 1 llrahotli-st ,

Vlelbounie_.

IJWCIPllOWL OPPORTUNITY-PcO-llablc IN I

li V l"ST Mi N1 £500 lo £1000 good Income

ftilltflt lui estimation Commercial, cure oí Gordon j 'and ( oUli_ Ij-VNCV GOODS Stationen, Circulating Library,

' tnohloiublt suburb spletidid Ü 1 shop, I .divclling best position no goodwill stock vallia I ltion_£_.*0, c*oúntrv,_£175 _Siv)er 228 Collin st

IJVllts-l ( I AS.S II* V luncheon HUSIMC!» centre

' eil) splendid connection grut opportunity

| for two ladles Patterson anti Son» li 1 Collins st I I.lLÜRlsl BUSINI SS- Advmiser wishes to Pur I

? litase (,ood sound BUS1NLSS Cash, Argus'

t lllce

1 trge round I ull particulars J G "Mltihcll 00

Queen st, Melbourne

I ¡.OR SALI leading Clt) HOTEL BUSINESS,

' good reasons given for selling bom fltle pur I ehascrs inly dealt with Chas VI aliter and Co ,

uni Hooters Hall irai_ F

jtolt SU I Blacksmith

from V

I tloncer Vea_.__ I IJ.UR S VI I HVhlR- BUS1N1SS, complete, at IX1 _ ackaiidandah, 0 bugs week, cupablc further

i -tension Vp|il) 15_ llourke-st_ _

GOOD Country HUSINI'SS, general drapery,

millinery, fancy, stock and fittings, about I £300 (eau be reduced); established 15 years, good j : connection; owner retiring; easy terms. Partlcu

lui _\V. P. Musen, agent. Somerville._ I HOTFL.-^Tlie (11*01111 HOTEL, Svviuistotl-strcct, !

. City.-OFFERS arc Invited for LEASE for 5 years of Hie above well-appointed HOTEL, with extensive accommodation (unfurnished), In the

heart of the olly.

I _Apply_". SYMONDS and Co.. 34 Queen-street.

I TTÔTELS. -^"For the Purchase or Sale ¿t llrst JJ. clots HOTELS, apply J. Symonds and Co., Nor__;_i_____n_UiainJ____!_5iuc_u_t.,_clty._ HOTELS,-Freehold and leasehold HOTELS,

takings £10, £15, £30, £40 weekly. Henry

j Hansen, __arnigul._____

TJTOTIIL, Riverina district; must bo good; sub X1 milted by principals only; freehold or lease ! bold. _U.d.M., Argus ellice._ , iTTÔTlilî, great bargain, good dlBtrict, hundred XX. acres siilcmllil land. , Full particulars Somer, j auctioneer, Maldoin _ _ HAIRDRESSER lind TOBACCONIST, centre

Uourkc-st., well assorted fitock. Bernhardt I._vy,_j___to_ugont,_120 Qucen-at._ I" ltÖNMONGliltY, CÎiàpêl-sL, Windsor, slileiulitl

? position; good reasons selling; principals only. Holmes, ironmonger, Malvern._ L'ODOENG-HOUSE, city, gôôeriocallty, 0 rooms,

£45, rent 14/. llvlllcar and Connell, 175 'Uollliis-st. __ LAKE TYERS HOTEL for SALE; going con

eem; freehold; leasehold, land; personal in Bpcctlon. J. O. DalilBeii, Lako Tyers.

'»/TILLINEHY.-Lady is desirous of Purchasing 1VX small BUSINESS In good suburb or partner- ship; must bear Investigation. T. M. M., Argus otllcc.____ _ _ _ MILLINERY, Drcasmaiüñrt, Latflca' Draper, '

turnover, £20, £30 weekly; stock, goodwill, £220; fittings, £40; price, £250, sacrifice. Simp- son, 80 Swnnstón-st._ TVTBWS AOENOY, authorised, somwtlilng spécial! i> net profit« £10/10/ after paying rent and ex- pel««, Further particulars genuine huye», fewyer, 22« -Dllln.at__ _

NEWS ÀOENCY, auïh-rliicd, suburban, well

?Hinted, M agoing oonoern; 3 months' "per rl-on." Norton, EMt Melboumo Po_-o_<_.

"7_XVyB~A'a«»ltl^Wl»y~GÖ<jc«l, well «toëSêd; IM UU-K Ata w*_ly. Ma awl Ot-oli» In

*rM_M_» _*_W _te_ *

PARTNKRSKXPS, jSUfälNESSM. 4M.

PARTNER REQUIRED, in agency business;

ingoing £20-0, which Investment will give an income of £500 per annum; no objection -vArill be offered to an unexperienced man willing to acquire details of busincs». but ability and per- sonal history musf be good. Finance and Agency Company, 381 Little Collins-st._ .PARTNERSHIP or Buy good sound BUSINESS, X undcrstai-d chemicals and machinery, young. Active, Argus._

PARTNERSHIP offered, thoroughly cstabllshed

conimifRion business, splendid connection, good opportunity commercial gentleman; moderate incoming. Han-slow, 40 Elizabeth-si^_

InisincES old cstabHshed, prosperous, and progres- sive. Full particulara E. Price, 610 Little Col lln__strect._*

TMIR'I'NEJl RiEQUIRED, with £3000, manufactur X ing BUSINESS, capable great extension in other states. Johnston, 104 Qucen-st_

S

E A S I D E

For SALE.

Thc FREEHOLD of a

LARGE and POPULAR HOTEL,

Situated in a watering place, which is every year more and more frequented by visitors, is for SALE by private arrangement. There ia no other hotel in the township. The furniture, stock, &c., to be taken st valuation. Hie house contains over 40 rooms. The land extends to nearly li acres. Immediate possesUon can be given. A part of the price can be leít on the property. Prmcipaia only need apply for particulars to

J. R. A. MILLIGAN, WJ Queen-street.

STOREKEEPERS, Dr__pera, and Others.-For w-J SALE, several suburban and courvtry BUSI* NESSES, stocks 11300 to £5000. Higgins and Çî^-S'J.2 _Elisabeth-st._'

alAlLOR.--Good opening for first-class roan, IcacP

.' ing -suburb; some capital._ Mercer, Argua,

mo CARitlAGE-BUlLDERS and Others.-The

JL directors of Daniel White and Company Limited, Grant-at., South Melbourne, are prepared to LET their MANUFACTURING PORTION of the FACTORY, with working plant, goodwill, &c. ^ For further particulars apply to the office.

T~ 0 PARENTS, Guardians, -Sec.-Geotic-manly oc-

cupation and good income for educated youth; PARTNERSHIP, in thoroughly sound, old-cstab ltehcd business. Address Scientific, Argus office

WANTED, suburban Indies' DRAPERY, stock',

good position and premises. All pirti culara TestroCj^A rgm._^_ YX71ANTED, to Purchase good BUSINESS or

VV; Partnership, where energetic businew man

with ability ana capital can make fair Income. Reply, stating line of business, to Somerset, Argus. YOUNG l*ady, just left college, good fancy

worker, desires PARTNERSHIP, or assist town, fancy work business; Block preferred. Oon Amore, Brighton-rd., St. Kilda.

FP-UC NOTICKS.

ANNOUNCEMENT.

SECOND SUNNY SOUTH STARR-BOWKETT

BUILDINO SOCIETY.

Tins SOCIETY HAS NOW STARTED BUSINESS.

FIRST PAY-DAY

(Upon which One Fortnight's Subscriptions will

be Due),

' WEDNESDAY, 12th FEBRUARY, 1902,

At the HEAD OFFICE,

64 WILLIAM-STREET, MELBOURNE,

Between the Hours of 10 a-m. and 4.30 p.m

FIRST BALLOT .MEETING.

At which £500 will bo Balloted Free of Interest

for 15 Years,

WEDNESDAY, 20th FEBRUARY, 1002.

Entrance Fees, 1/ per share. Subscriptions, 1/ per share per week, paid fortnightly. Repay- ment*!, 2/0 per week on each £100 borrowed, paid fortnightly.

Send for prospectus to

GEORGE A. S. GRIFFIN, Secretary. 54 William-street, Melbourne.

AA.A.A. A.A.A.A.

JONES BROTHERS,

UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS,

1 Conduct Funerals, Best Styles, Anywhere,

Modern Equipages. Lowest Charges.

Head Ofllce:

193 LONSDALE-ST., MELII., Op. HOSPITAL.

Branch Addresses:

Abbotsford, Next Cnvt, ^Northcote, »07 nigh-st.

Carlton, 140 Elgin-st. N. Mclb., 15fl Victoria-st. Hawthorn, 02Ulcnf'ric-rd. Richmond, bO Vlctorla-st. Malvern, 111 Glenferric-rdlS. Mclb., 101 City-rd.

M. Ponds, 487Mt. Alex. rd. Yarraville, «Anderson-st _ TELEPHONE 301._

A. S Ii E . I G n T,

Undertaker and 'Embalmcr.

FUNERALS CONDUCTED in the VERY BEST

STYLE, at MODERATE RATES,

To Suit Clients' Wishes.

A.

182 COLLINS-STREET.

Telephones 410, Windsor 357, Brighton 130.

AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PRO. IDEM

SOUlhlY

Head OHlce 87 I ltt*trect Sydney

1/JS1 POI ICI

It ia the mtcntioi oí ti e society on or alter tile 6th day oí March i rt to I__-U1_ a SPEOIAI POLICY in plate o( lollcy No 5 700-16 Wl on ti c life of Selina Brees (fornicrly Perkina) which is d *clar *d to 1 ive been lout

Dutcd at Sydni) ti in dill da> of January 1902. _ ltOUHtf 11 CA_.II RON ü-cretary

AT C IiriCll-M and Co Shop Fitter, and

bl ow case .Mat facturera 216 Russell st.

Milbourn a large stock of Neu and Seäondhand SHOW G.Sis Counters SI elving Desks Window 11 clc-uris Alirrors Metal Stands oitl IIlndow I (tit b3 of deo description at tery low ¡rices. AOiniJVI C-S-Tho M DONALD 1 .__*V1

AU1X>MAT1C GWirRATOR hi absolutely sale best for all ligi ting Cood agenta wai ted everywhere estimates free Oillces 180 Bourke

st Melbourne_

Al Rubin s Cafe llyurkc-st. next Cole s the

1

tl___ ASTONISHING I Old Flcctroplate however

Blunt., RE PLATED like new moderate charges Clarke s old established Victoria Plating Work» 220 Rusacll st Tel 1900_

AU ISON JOHN Undertaker and 1 mlalmcr

Head olllcc Ric) mond (lil 1003) Brunswick (tel lOOo) -Ibcrt park (tel tOS)

AUCTION ROOMS, 176 Collins-at Hellicar and

Coi nell receive I URNlTURh and Goods of

c\er> description loe SALI _ BLITZ S 1 AINLESS DENTISTRY - 8FT3

guaranteed durah llty natural appearance perfect fit £2/10/ Only address 213 Elizabeth st op crol nilti DPS_ /-.ROCKERY GLASS and (MIVA,

EVERTY DESCRIPTION

JOH". DYNC. and SO\S

400 and -OS Lonsdale street Melbourne

Indents Carefully ___ccuted

Contractor« to \lctorlan and _*Jcw South Wales

Governments

Tel "01 and at Sydney I crth and London.

CAULHHJ) INS-llTUTh for ALCOHOLICS _

Dcllgl Kully situated seel tiled and seque« te ed ti ot sal brlous a) Ivan suburb Melboornr olllccs- Ho irke-st_ CARI rta HI ATI f. Cleaned or Re planned

Upholstery work of every description Mat

tresses {te done up best manner J II Jackson. 47 Izctt st Pr I ran (late foreman Cullls Hill s)_ CANARY lilli LOIRS - Tor young birds.

Spratts and 11} de s EGO l-OODS colour foods til s or i ackcts Tasteless 1 epper __c 1 irvei "OS Svanstoi st_ DUNrOI". CITY CORPORATION

187» MOUT- AGI LO \N

Die 1st 1 ebrl ary and 1st March 190°

Holders oro I crcby notified that BONDS due in Mell ournc aro 1 AYABLk. at the Bank ol Ne v ¿en land

D.

Has REMOVED His OFFICES

To

EQUITABLE BUILDINGS, Corner of COLLINS

^ _«.i " f .1-*i mt-Tir _ Pi>_>i-*-_t

and hLlHAlll.TH .SfltEETS

DE

Saltwater River, Kensington Tel. 1240.

DEAD HORSES and Cattle REMOVED, freo of

charge. .1 Cockbill, 407 Post-offlce-place, Melbourne Telephone 2003._ DON'T THROW AWAY Old 8ALVERS, Crueta;

get them HE-PLATED at John Banka and Son Ptop. Ltd.. 301 Bourkcat.

'."P'OSTER'S" LAGER BEER.

A Puro Drink; A Safe Drink.

"K*

iSTER'S" LAGER BEER.

One Quality-the Best.

'F:

lOSTEB'S" LAGER BEER,

Always Uniform, always Reliable.

'__!

lOSTEll'S" LAGER BEER.

Brewed from Malt and Hops Only. "T*_STERi" LAGER BEER.

Warranted Free from Chemical!.

"TT B.T." SULPHATE, LIME 'Qypsuinl. X3. "H.M.B." Carbonato Lime. Write for Go

INVENTIONS PATENTED and Trade-marks !.

glitcred. Edward Waters and Son, 414-418

Coll"ii__Bt__^Ubllsl_cdJBM.__Tcl, 1030. _____

JAMES' GRANT, Consulting añd'Practlcat GAR-

DENER. Every description of garden work.

10 St. George'» rd., Malvern. _ MARSHALL'S Portablo ENGINES, Worm-re

nowned, jtut landed. Bobleon Bro«, and (Jo., NotBianby-rd- S. Welbourn«.

UBlNTINO.--_wlord, 111 Oollliw-L, -

PUBLIC NOTICJC«.

ELECTORAL DISTRICT of TOORAK.-TOORAK

Dl\ ISION-100*2-LIST of NAMES OU JLCTED TO UPON the OE\bI_AL LIST ot

LLtCTORS -

123t>89, Alexander, Albert, 12S570, Anderson, Alexander James, 1022-6 Baillie, V. Muta, 193_&>, Boldon, William Leonard, 193003, Bowen, Walter Duncan, 120077, Harm.-, Edward John, 172700 Birt, Matthew George Robert, 172767, Bramwell, Charles Alfred, l_-057, Brookwell, frank, 02309, Burrows, Ldfs_.r, H1800, Cameron, Dnncun, lliTOS, Cameron, Samuel -herviln, 92393, Christian, W11 lnm Henry, 172730, Corn» ill lrank, 102_70 Crump, Frederic)- Perrins, 12352, Denbigh, Ed mund, 120-00, Dcnnehj, Harold Pane, 10S009, Dodd, George, 172707, Doig, Andrew Inglis, »2303, Dren, George, 131805, Dunbairn, William Henry, 172S18, tills Arthur Ninon 1727S7, fletcher. William, 102270, Fraser, William Alexander, 102290, Fulton, Alfred, 10220S, Fulton, lrank, 103021, Gilchrist, William Aluiinder Ross, 172839, Goldsmith, lewis, USoCfl Crtt}, 111NS, 172S01I, Grlllin, lames, 12S-00, Hansen, Theo Brooke, 02363, Hodgson, John Roper, 172703, Iloldaworth, Thomas, 107623, Ivens, Percy, 172753, Jones, John William, 172772, Lalor, Andrew, 172S02, Lorimer, Thomas, 107510, Macfarün, William, 17___37, Man son, David Ldvuril, 1_06_3, Mitchclson, George KJJ , 103030, Mollison, Crawford Henry, 0-J01, Montgomene, lío} Un} wood, 172780, Mor phct John Henry, 172830, Must, Frank, 1.18S4, M'Donald, lolin, 92302, Null, James Man-Held, 1728.12, Panter, William lienrv, 107618, Parol'sicn .»red Charles, 107o50, Porofssion, Henry Willum, 1727G3, Paul, David, 1D3039, Pcppercll, William lient}, 131883, Pimm, CLwOes, K,75_2 Redfern, Richard, 172794, Ren oHaw, George, 120CGS, Itctchfonl, Harold, 120673 Rogers, Edwin Stanilas, 1727_3, Rogers, Ralph Stanley, 1930'8 Rogere, William Francia, 172791, Russell, William 1 AH, 1-0078, Sanderson, Irederick, 107577, Mtulicss Arthur, 131S07, Snell, John William, 131895, Stephenson, lohn Henry, 120071, Strode Cecil Chetluin, 923S0, Taylor, William, 128582, linton Ilarrj, 10_2£-, Wag home. James Hollis, 102271, Walford, Edward, 172S25, W ill, Max, 172800, Watson, S)liney Her bert, 103020 Weir Robert 1727SO, Wlilte, Fdmund Nash, 107670 Williams, lrank 131661, Willum .ton Reginald lames, 103C21, Whitcomb, Frunk, __*3C-l, Woodfall, George Hcnrj

The numbcm arc tho_e of the rights shown on the General Liât lull particular, ol peruons ob icetcd to may be seen without lee at my ollicc

C WALLIS tlcctoral Registrar

ELECTORAL DLSTRICT of TOORAK -TOORAK

? DIVISION -1902 -LIST of NAMES OB IEOTED TO UPON LIST of RATEPAYIN'G ELEC

TORS -

1 Ahliolt, Richard, 3 -droc-, lohn, 12, Alcxan tier Arthur 1 , 1- Anderson Carl, 27, Baillie, William, 33, Bannerm m Robert, 35, Barnes, I'd «ard T , 13, Beat.}, Alexander, 57, Munnin, Ar Unir L , 69 nioomtleld John, 70 Bradley, W11 Ham, 78, Bramiicli, Charles A , 80, Brentani, Chirles 101, Burrows, .rthur, 117, Christinas, Charles F , HW, Cockle, James 168, Cort, Willis J , 172, Craig, John 1) , 178, Crerar, John, 194, Deegan, Thomas P , 100, De Craio, Joseph, 109, Denn}, lames, 208, Donaldson, Gerald K , 225, I ldcr, Charles \V , 227, tiler}, Hcnr}, 234 Tng lind, Gilbert, 251 llynn, James, 253, lorbe., Robert A , 2.8, Fox, Richard, 271 Gatviood, Chirles 1 , 270 Gibson William, 277, Gibson, William 27S Gilbert, loscpli li , 281, Glennie, Henry, 285, Goodrhan, Harry, 300, Hanks, James, 814, Harley, Albert, 323, Herschell, James, 320, Hickey, Jlonald, 338 Hodgkiss, George, 315, Hool e, John W , 350, Iiughston Robert W , 357, Hülle, Andren, 360, Huston George, 369 Jen kins, Henry T , 382 lullan Robirt, 300, hissock, Thomts, 309, l-nowlson, John 400, Kractzor Al bert, 422, Little, -rclubaltl, 430 Lonon Richard, 4o_, Manton, Herbert, 45i Marshall, John, 455, Martin, Edward C , 400 Matthews, lrank, 404, Myers, Janies, 400, Miller, CHUord, 472, Mollart, John, 490 Muir, William, 493, Murden, Robert A , 494, Murie, Alexander 490 Murra}, lames, 603, M Coll Charles C , 514, M'Knigtit, ¡samuel F , 621, M'Lcnnan, Alexander J , .32, Nelson, Fdvtard, 630, Nicholls, Richard, 612, Noseda, Ernest, 652, Oliver, Inwood, 602 O Brien, Daniel, 6i0, Phillips, Frank E , 6S1, Piercer, James A , 68S, Pontre, Lucien, 600, Price, Ernest L , MO, Purvcs, William A, COO, Rankin, William, 009, lleece, "William, 617, itenshaw George, 032, Robinson Charles, 034, Rogers William F , 030, Rose, Arthur E , 053 Ryan, William, 05(1, Sander son. William, 057, ¡jamlford, Eduard, mi, Scot son, Charles F , 083, Small, Lindsay, COT, Smith, James W II , 699, Smith, William, 719, Stuart, William, 72o, Symonds, lrank, 737, Thompion, George, 730, Thompson, John, 737, Thomson Ar thur W , 733, Thomson, Colin, 740 Thomson, Johnson, 742, Tiedeman, John 787, Wallace, Walter, 700, Warner, Henry F , 799, Weir, Robert, 800, Whinam, Herbert 810, Williams, lrank, 8*23, "Williams, Robert 0 P, 824, W ii Hamson, James, 82o, Williamson, Samuel, 850,

Young, David

The numbers correspond witit those shown on Flectoral List for the abovementionod division Full particulars of persons objected to may be seen without fee at my olllcc '

O WALLIS, Electoral Registrar

T,

B OUEST and CO PIÏOPIÏIETÀRÏ

LIMITFD,

BISCUIT and OAKL MANUFACTURERS,

MELBOURNE

Have the Most Modern mid Best arranged Factory in the Southern Hemisphere, which enables them to compete successfully with the best makers in the world for quality

Though equal care and attention is given to tbe production of all their goods in order to obtain the bc_t of the kind, yet there are a few __-£ UAH TIES to whi-h attention is incited vi», -

GUI-SI 3 OU* ILE BISCUITS - rílese have

been a leading line of theirs for over _Q ¿cars and live iilvwjs been e\Len_i\eJy and sue ccssfully used as a lood for infants aud persona with delicate digestion_

3 SNOW _. LAKE UlbOUl'

(Registered),

A NF\V Unbwectened Biscuit,

Specially adapted tor hating v,ith Cheese,

Stewed 1 nuts Janis A-c

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GUEST'S EXTRACT of MALI BIbCUITS

Greatly Assist Di-;c_tion. and are

\cry Nutritious

The following from an Eminent Medical Man is one of the many icstlmont-ls received -

They are roost palatable, and must, from their compo-ition UL very nutritious, and easily a__i_ji

luted by «cn an invalid stomach lo children v.ith capricious appetite» these biscuits will ccr taioly pro. o a boon, as they aro tuleen g ree dil.. when othbr forms of food art, refused *_

"ULST'S NEW B lloUH, G

0_l__l S 1 B G 1-1__.UU_ -lhere aro 1 Ü

oí these biscuits in lib weight, and are much appreciated by connoisseurs.

GUEST and Co hare received tue following

letter from an unknown correspondent, who, _._ a dyspeptic sufferer, gratefully acknowledge« the bmein he has derhed from the use as a diet of their C1'LLliltULÜ JliQ BIMJUllS - 21st february, 1-01 Mesara T B Quest and Co l'py Ltd-Gentlemen-When you put Ti) (i j

on the market you bad every reason to expect that they would prove n success, and 1 trust that tbey have done so In advertising that they arc much appreciated by conuoi__curs you oniy "tate part of their triumphs They arc the lightest most wholesome ana most digestible biscuit an invalid or dyspeptic can cat, as I have experienced to my great ben tit lor years 1 have had a _ lill cully in not bcitg able to cat a hearty breakfast, but

about three n-onths ago a pliaae of indigestion farinaceous dyspepsia-prevented my being able to eat either bread or toast for my morning meal, and the rub was what could take their place? 1 tried «ve-al biscuits, but without sucecas, till

1 B C ._" were happily suggested to me On trying them I found tbem exactly the thing tor about three months they have been my principal brcakiast food, and have enabled me to gain w tit ht and strength, and, what is more, thty seen, so suitable to my case that I have not tired of them 1 am .cry grateful I appreciate tiuiu In a way DO connokseur can, for Ï do not know what my state of health would lune been today but for them Except us to pubilshiug my -nam- an., address .ou can use this letter, if you dcsir_ to do so. in any way you like _ C^LM*VA A \ 11 -allis pure matured spitit

X manufactured by us at Rotterdam, H oh tamable wholesale from all wine mcre-hants, re tail from the Mutual Store A Un Hoboken and

Co_ IDE-S. ** --lamed of toil art thou? A_ham_o

of thj dingy workshop and dusty labour Leid, of Uij hand Wd scarred with service non. lwnoural.lt than war, of tli) _oilcd and weather btai ned garments? Ashamed of these and envious of tlaunting robc_, imbecile itUcnass. and vanity? It Is treason to No-ture-impiety to Uva.cn, It i_ breakirnî the great ordinancL Toil

1 repeat-'toil ia the only true ma-nliooil, tlic ont} true nohilit} " To the land! So atag__r-d »we __3 Collins street at Onlllc Dewe} s denunciations that Phillips Ormonde and Co _Jtx-c__ne_ spocehl-K*._ SUMMER 1 LOW HIS-Sow now, Purvcs s Popu

lar .-IDS 12 distinct packets, assorted colours, full instructions, post free 1/ 263 Swan ston st_ DHL SYDNEY HYDRAUt-IO POWER OCOIPAXY

LIMITED

Notice Is hereby given that the T_l___SPER ROOKS of the above eompai.5 will be CLOSED from Tebruari 3, 100°, till 1 ehruory 14, lOtti botli du)a incluHivc

Bj order of the board

1 TOM DICKINSON Secretary

Mutual Life Buildings Martin-place Sjduey, branch ofticc 00 Queen street Mclbournc

Januarj 11 1002 *

DIVIDEND Is Intended to l-c DECLARED in

matter of WILLUM PR .SE, of Bunguluke, Wy cheproof, in the state of Victoria, farmer, who_c estate was assigned on tiie 29th di} of October, 1001. Creditor« who liavc not proved their debts bl tlio 14th day of Fobruar}, W}1, Mill ho ex-

cluded.

HORACE E. WOOTTON, Trustee. 17 Queen street, Melbourne _

aMlE INSOLVENCY AOTS.-In the COURT of

INSOLVENCY, Midland District-A 'I hird and Final DIVIDEND is intended to he DE- CLARED In the mutter ol ELIZABETH ALMA JACKA, oí Mildura, In the slate oí Victoria, store- keeper, whoso estate was n«igned on the 28th day of November, 19O0. Crcditom who liave not «proved their debts by the* 14th day of February, 190*2, will be excluded.

D-ited this 31nt day of Januar}*, 1002.

HORACE E. WOOrrON, TruBlce. 17 Queen street, Melbourne. _ ____

THE LONDON JEWELLERY DEPO.'for NOVEL-

TIES and latest designs in lino Jewellery ol every description. Address-l-'J Swanston-«, (next Leviathan)._

_ JEWELLERY, any pattern or design, by first

rato «orknien; a trial solicited; satisfaction as- sured, _

._-. DINÛ PRESENTS, Wedding Hin*«, Birthday, and an} other present in tho Jewellery line; call

and lnnpcct

muH" LONDON -ilEWELLERY DEPOT, situated X at 160 Swnn-tontit. (next Leviathan)¡-We can Bunply lou cheaper and better than auywherc. _

w

B , T E PAPER,

WIH1E and PRINTED, FOR SALE, CHEAP.

White Paper Cut to any filie.

_. ai x ano,

VIADUOT.DUILDI1-GS, FLINDERS-STREET,

MELBOURNE.

VV.lKroby giren, that the FERRY will not tun lap- 'Uno 7.80 p.m. OB tod «An Fcbnurjr 1 next, the late ah-ft unUl 0 p.m. W_« dUcon wii ii-lww, Emm m, um.

GOVJERNWKNT ADVERTlsmESTHTSL

y IOTORIÀJÎ JIAILWAYS.

Separate TENDERS arc invited for the under

mentioned works 4.0 Tendera, endorsed "Tender ?for _-t » muat be lodged, with the preliminary deposit, in the tender box, Railway Offices Met bourne, at or before 1 p m on the dates specified Particulars at the Contractors' Room, Spencer street and as stated

MONDAY, 17th fcJ_.BIiU.VIlY-Supply in con tracts of not less tlian 250 sleepers of JO 000 Red gum, Red Ironbark or Grcj Uox Sleepers Oft x Ihn \ -IJin , for Mildura end of the Mildura rail vrxv _\o preliminar* deposit

MON DU 14th APRIL-Supply ol Steel Rails and fishplates Particulars at the Contractors Room Spencer street, and at the ofllcc of tim Agent General for Victoria in IiOndon P D , £1000

f»o tender will noccseanly be accepted

V _ It G KtSr Secretary

Department ci Public Norte N S \\ ,

Sidnc>, 2nd J*unnr> 1002

"pLOATING DOCK, \U\CASTt_E

TENDERS to be received up to 2 p m on 7th April, 1002 are hereby in\ited from persons will ins to CONSTRUCT and M UYTAIN a t LQATlVG DOCK at Newcastle, New South Wales under the following conditions -The dock to tuve a capacity to accommodate vesatls of 5000 tons groas rcgoatcr, the Government acTeeing to grant a lease o! a suitable site for the purpose for a period of 09 years Tenderers to supply full particulars oí the clara of floating dock they propose to establish, and to state the amount of jearh rental they are pee pared to pa> A deposit of 4.1000 must accompany each tender Security for due performance of contract to be m accordance with the scale pro \idcd in the departmental general co-nditaons. Kurther Information maj bo obtuned at the office of the Principal Engineer for Harbours and Rivers, Sidney and of the Agent G_.neral for New faouth ttalcs, London

L W O'SULLIVAN

.Minister for Public Works.

MT

Notice ia hereby given, that pursuant to the abow. acts the conmiiffiioncre of the Mildura and lelta Railwav Construction Trust did on the third | day of Jamiar> 1002, UAKL and LLVY the foi

lowing RAIL.YA\ ItArJirh for all land within the

Mildura and 'ieltn railway construction district | for the period ending on the 30th dj> of Septcin her, UK)_, division No 1 (being the Mildura Hld

mg of the Shire of Mildura), a rate of one shilling! in the pound on the net annual value of all lutablc property in the division Division No 2 (being ten sections surrounding the Irjmpk Sta tion), a rate of ninepence in the pound on the

net annual value of all ratable property in the I di\ision Division No 3 (beang all the remain ing portion of tilt district not comprised In the abovenientioncd divisions), a rate of sixpence in the pound on the net annual value of all ratable property in the division. And tiiat the above rate ia now due and payable ut the office of the Irust, Council-chambers, Deakin avenue, J""

dura.

3- SF&WBNS,

SecrotaTy Mildura and lelta Railway Construction I

, Trust

V

ICI OMAN WA r¿it

TENJOFRS are invited tor ti e 1- \Ok\ ATION of I OltllONb of the DONALD to MOU-ON' PLAINS CiUWl-L in the parish of Witchipool

Contract Ko 1 -_ rom 0 mil«; 11 chains to 0

miles 3j chains 11 3 7 cubic yardi

Contract ho 2 -From 0 miles 10 chains to 0

miles Co chains, 0168 cubic yards.

Commet No 3 -From 0 nuit« 6o chains to

1 milo 15 chains 10 Oil cubic yunis

Contract No 4 -i rom 1 milo 15 cleans to 1

mile 45 dunns 10 007 cubic j ords

Contract No 5 -From 1 mile 45 chains to

1 mile "5 chains, 10 230 cubic janis

Contract No 0 -I rom 1 mile 75 cliains to 2

miles '5 chains 10 370 cubic janis

Contract ho 7 -1 rom 2 miles 25 chains to

2 miles 49 chains 03 links 84GJ cubic yarda

Contract -io 8-I-rom 2 miles oO chains 20

links to 3 miles 5 cliains, JOG-1 cubic yards.

Contnict No 0 -From 3 milos 5 chains to 3

miles 30 cliains 0343 ctibiL yards.

Cbntruet No ,10 -~t rom 3 miles 30 'chains to

3 miles 43 cliains 78 links "701 cubic yards

Contract No 11-1 rom 3 lilies 44 cliains 5

links to 3 miles 6-> chains O' Oo cubic yards

Contnict No 1 ' -I rom 3 miles tw chains to

4 miles j cliains. "0-5 cubic j trtls

Contract No 13 -rrom 4 miles 5 chains to

4 nules 38 chains, 7450 cubic yards

Mans and spct-iucaiions may be inspected at Melon ill Water faupply office Melbourne und at the lolice bt-itions at Wycheproof Warracknabeal Donald and Birchip on ana alter Wednesday oth I ebrturj 10fr> lenders to be lodged with the Secretar} for Water Supply Treasury i,.rdens Mel bourne not later than W edi csdaj the 10th 1 cb

mary 100-1 A depos^ of £15 (cash or marked

cheque) to accompany each tender

J 1IIAVIS

Sccrctaiy for Hines and Water Supply 23/1/02_

The Treasury Brisbane

20th January 1002

SUPPLY Vii UÍTMLNT QULINSIAND

HUGHENDrV WATLU WORKS

TEND! IIS arc invited until noon oi tlic 16th June ISO» for SU11LYINL about 13o ross of CASI lllOS. bl ILOT and b AUChi W V1"EU 1IPEb

I d bl LCIAL CAbTlNOS and VAL\ ES

lenders must be addressed to the Under Score tarj Treasury Brisbane and must nach that office- or muet be deposited in tile tender box at tlie Treaeurj before the time abovcmentioncd and the envelope enclosing each tender must be distinctly endoreed Tender ior Coat Iron Water

liles

V preliminary deposit of £30 by bank draft must accompany eacli tender us required by tlic

conditions of lendenni,

bpeclflcations _c may be Been and tender anti schedule forms obtained at tlic Municipal chambers, Hughenden tile offices of the Under Secretary Pul Itc W orks Department, Sydney Chief Engineer Department of \ ¡ctonan Water Supplj Melbourne and Tt tlie Hjdraulic En "meet's otllce hdvvard street Brisbane

Got-les of the specifications and drawings may be purcliaied at the latter office at 1.1/1/ each

Tlic lowest or «nj tender will not necessanly

be accepted

T W O0NNA1I

Acting Under Secretary

W1

o

Commonwcilth of Australia,

1 ostmaater Oencral s Department

7th January 1002.

1LNDI-RS will be received at the office of the Deputy Postín aster General, Brisbane, up till noon on Monday, 14th April, 1002, for the bUPPIA of the undermentioned 1 Lt-bPHONk. MAIUUAL,

.te. -

150 Telephones bra tching svstem, table sets, to sciled pattern, No S and to spécification 2.

COO iilephon.fl, branchitiL. system, wail sets, to sealed pattern No it, and to spe-eiür-ation 4

2 Portable iclephoncs scries, to scaled pattern No 10 and to spécification á

0 Switchboards, metallic circuit, to sealed pat tern No 10, but for two lines

0 Sv.itchboa.rd_, metallic circuit, to scaled pat tern No 10, but for three lines

12 Switchboat ds metallic circuit, to sealed pat tern No 10, but for four Unes

Si Switchboards, metallic circuit, to scaled pat-

tern No 10, but for six lines.

2 Switchboards, metallic circuit, to scaled pat tern No 10, but for eight lines

2 Switchboards, metallic circuit, to sealed pat tern No 10, but for 10 lines, and fitted with two pairs of cords, listening and ringing kejs, and clearing out drop*, a_ _how» in drawing 300,

V, > Co

2 Switchboards, metallic circuit, to sealed pat tern No 10, but for li lines, and ilttcd with two pairs of cords, listening and ringing keys and clearing out drops, as shown in drawing _00, W

1 Co

1 Switchboard, metallic circuit, to scaled pat tern No 10, but for 15 linea, and fitted with three pairs of cords listening and ringing keys, and clearing out drops as shown m urawmg JOG,

W L Co

100 Corda for metallic circuit switchboards t i

sealed pattern No 41 |

1 ilead Receiver, double, similar to figure 5032, International Electric Co 'a List, 11th edition

IS Head Receivers and Cords, as per sample No

21

200 Cords, Recel, cr, Single, as per sample No

l8

160 Diaphragms for double pole bell receivers

12 Switches (l-xchange Intermediate), as per figure No Vi) I ries_on and io B Catalogue 4th edition (Bell to be 1000 ohms, and connected in leak with -.witch MI through position)

tendeurs must state the time required for de- liver;, of the se.eral items _his time will be counted from the date of the notification of tho acceptance of the tender

lenders may be sent in for the whole or any portion of the material required

Specifications nnd samples can be seen and forms of tender obtained at the General Post otflees, Sydney, Melbourne, .Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, and

Hobart

Tenders must be on the proper forms, and in accoi dance with clause IS of the General Condi

tfons

Neither the lowest nor any tender will neccs sarlly be accepted

J ..MLS a DRAKE, Postmaster General i

VICTORIAN DXF-ENOBS.

VICTORIAN SCOTTISH REGIMEN"., "0" Co.,

Rlllo Club.-PRACTICE, Willutamstown, Saturday. J. Macnaughtan, lion. bee.

JUDICIAL AMD LAW NOTIC«

AFTER the expiration of fourteen days appli-

cation will hu made to the Supreme Court of Victoria, in the l'robutc jurlitdlctlou, that PRO HATE of the WILL of OilAilLES LADDS, late ol Greendale, In \ la orín, butcher, deceased, be granted to Rohirt Hartley Dugdale, of tklcchus Marsh, in Victoria, auctioneer, the solo executor uppolnted hy the sahl will,

11-itcd the JOth day of January, 1002.

DUGDALE und I'Rl.UEll, 136 William-street, _Melbourne, proitori_for_the_appllcii_iL_ AlTUlt" fourteen days from the publication

hereof application will be made to the bupreme Court ot Victoria tliat l'RODATI) of the WILL of MARTHA CALDWELL, late of Dumbalk, in the _.tato of . ictorlu, widow, de Leased, be granted to lumea Caldwell, of Dum- balk aforesaid, tanner, the executor named in and appointed bj the will of the said deceased.

Dated Ulla 1st day of Kchru»ry, llWi.

I. J. HALL, Box Hill, proctor (or the appli-

cant. _

IN the COUIl'I of INSOLVENCY, at Wangaratta.

-Notice 1» hereby given, that the estate of JAMES KENNEY, of South Wangaratta, In Vic- toria, labourer, lui. been sequestrated, und that a UENMtAL MEETING of creditors In tho said estate will bo holden at tho Insolvency Court Olllce., at Wangaratta, on Saturday, tho 8th day of february, A.D. 1-02, at the hour of half past ten o'clock in the fort noon, for the election of trustees und for the other purposes mentioned li- the Mrd section of the Insolvency Act 1800.

Dated uCWanguratta this 281)1 day of January,

A.D. 1002.

W. O. SMITH, Chief Clerk.

1/

LAWBOOKS BOLD or BOUGHT.

, RAJIV TERU8, DIBCOUHT for OA_H.

,CW_n«-V_____h mt__-\.M., py li pa««.

JUDZCXAIi AND I_A.W NOTIC-DB,

?TtOMPANlES ACT 3606 -NOTICE of INTFNTION [ V f>fa COMPANY to R_.GI___.K a MORTG V.JS ol CHATTEL PKOPERT- -To the Registrar Gone ral,-1 John Alexander Robertson «ecrctar) of the South Melbourne and Albert park Coffee Palate Company Limited, hereby gi\L notice tliat, on the

twenty eighth day of fanuarj, one thousand nine ¡ hundred ard two, the said compim hXECUlKl) a MORTGAGr of all and smgul ir the housclioH furniture, billiard tables plat , china, glass, boola, pictures, prints, worin of art, piano, linen, bed?, bedding, and household effects chattels, and

articles of use and crmm-ent, now in, upon, or . about the messuage and premises belonging to indi ¡ in the occupation of tlic eaid compi") situate in , Bridport street, -Vlbort park. South Melbourne in I the s__te of Aictoru, kiio-wn a_ Tlie bouth Mci

bourne and Albert jrirk Ooffoe Palace," specified j in the schedule to tlie said mortg-tge, but which

schedule ia added to the said mortgage bj waj of I further description and identification onl), and Is |

not intended to narrow or restrict tlie general description tbereiiibefore contained, to \aron Turner Danks, of number S91 B-iirke-sti-Ct, Mc1 bourne in the said state, .ranufacturer, in con indention of ha.ing rec. h ed from the «-aid \aroti Turner Hanks the following considération namoi), tlie sum of seven thousand pounds upon the e\e u tion oí the «aid mortgage, paid to tile mid com pany by the said Aaron Turner IHnka, and that I will, on or after the s_ventc_i th da> ot Vebru_.r>, one thoucand nine hundred ind two, appl) to the Registrar General to rcgi-rter the said morl_i_g

\ml I hereby direct that notice of an) tavyt which may be entered against such rreistrra-fon m_\ be posted, iddresS-d as follows -"The South Melbourne and Albert park Ooffee Pahco Companj Limited, care of Messieurs h-gglcston and Lggle sion, solicitor-, Bankplac1, Melbourne"

Dated this twerrtj eighth day of January, one thousard nine hundred and two

TOUN A ROBERTSON

Eg-glcBton and Egglcston, Imperial clumbers Bank place, Melbourne solicitors for the abo.o

named Aaron Turner Dinks

?VTOTICE to aiU-DITORS.-Re LOUISA l-AST, J-N Late of "Rrooitifleld," Halachivii road, Ea_t St Kildl, in the State of "Victoria, Widow. De ceased -Pursuant to the prol Lsions of the Trusts Act 1S"0, all creditors or other persona having any chuma against the estate of the above named Louisa East, ilece.ced, and probate of whose »ill and the codicil thereto has been granted bj the Supreme Court of the State of Melon, to Jessie Louisa Boddington ".anroncn, of "Broomfield," Balaclava road, JJ st St Kilda aforii-iltl, married «oman, and Herbert Turner, ol No 02 1 lizabcth street, .Mbourtie, in the said state, solicitor, the executors named in and appointed by the said will, arc hercbj required to SEND in PARTICULARS in wilting of such CLAlMb to the said executors, care of the undtr signed, on or biforc the fifteenth day of M ireh, 1"02, after which date tile said executon will distribute the _sscts of the decca*»! amongst the lierions entitled thereto, hating regard only to the claims of which they sh ill thin baie had notice, and will not be liable for the amcts or any part thc-eof so distributed to any person or persons of whose claim the. shall not then baie

had notice

Dated this thirty fin* day of Januarj, one thou-

sand nine hundred and two

EAR.U.ll, TURNER, and THOMPSON, 02

Elizabeth street, Melbourne, proctors for the executors_

.XTOnCE to CREDITORS -Re MARTIN PETRIE

-L> BLUNDELL, Dccc__-cd -Pursuant to the pro

visions of tile "Trusts .et, 1SÖ0," notice is here bj given that all persons having anj claim agunsc the estate of Martin Petrie Blundell, lite of Chastleton, Orrong road, Toorak, m the 8 ate of . letona, gentleman, deceased, ami probate of lihoso lustuill and testament was gnntcd to Fmilj Jane Bluncell, of Chastleton aforesaid, widow, and Edmund ¿loner King, of Launceston, in the state of Tasmania, gentleman, the executrix and executor named in and appointed by the enid will, are hereby required to SFVD in PARTICULARS in wntlng of such C1.-IMS to the undersigned Moule, Hamilton, and Kiddle, the proctors for the said Emily Jane Blundell and Edmund Moiler King, on or before the ilrst thy of Mareil, one thousand nine hundred and tlio Ind notice is hereby gil cn that alter that daj the said execn tors will proceed to distribute the assets of tin Slid Martin Petne Blundell, decca-ed, which shall have come to tiicir hands or jtossos-ion nmonght the persona entitled thereto, having regard onlj. to the claims of which the said executors shall then haie had notice, and the said executors will not be liable for the assets or any part thereof so ¿Us tributcd to anj person of whose claim they slrall not then have lind notice

Dated tills 21th dal of Januars, HXK

MOULE, ILVMILTON, and KIDDLE, 55 Market

street, Melbourne, proctors for the said ex _ccutors

"Vrai IC* to ORrOITORS-Nouer, is herd j -Li then, that WJ-JU-ON li UII-HISPOM of High street Laglehiwk in the State oí \ letona draper has bj deed dated the Uuily Becond day

of Januan one thousand nine hundred and two convened ajid assigned all his estate propcrtj

and effects whatsoever and wheresoever to hdword Gramm of G2 h Ihabeth street Melbourne re gistcrcd trustee upon tru. t for realisation or other wise for the bentlit of the creditors of the said -Lmer^on J-eathers tone as in the bjid deed men tioned All persons luv ins Any CLAIMS against the estate are hereby repured to rORW VIUJ the same and P-UtTICUiARS thereof aeconipauied by a buorn proof of debt to the said I dward Grohan. care of Higgins and Grihani 02 J lizabcth street

Melbourne on or before the seventeenth daj of tebmarj one thousand nine hundred ind two after which date the trustee will distribute the trust funds amongst those persons only of whote claims he shall ha\e lud notice

Ditcd this list du of Januarv 10Ö"

HIGGINS and GltAlIWI 02 J_.lizal eth street Mel

_bourne_

NOTICI to CR1 1HTOUS - Re WUT TAM

ROHUtT MONK -Deceased -Pursuant to the provisions of the Trusts Act lb_>0 notice is here! \ given that all persons hiving any claim against, the estate of Gilham Rol>ert Monk late of Hie Lspla^de lort .Melbourne, in the state of Mc toria gentleman, deceased and probate of whoso will and codicil um granted to HIL TRU-TlLbfa I XtCLTOKS and \GKNCY OOMPYN\ UAH 1LD of 412 Collins-street Melbourne the cxecu tor named in the said will bj the Su pi erne Court of \ letona arc herebj required to M-NTD in PAiniGUIiAJtS in writing of such GhAlMb to the said com piny it its oiliee 412 Collins street

on or before the 14th day of M ireh ltw' aud notice is herebj given that after that da> the said executor will proceed to distribute the assets of the said billum Robert Monk deceased which shall have come to iUs lihuds among-t the persons entitled thereto lavin;, regard only to the claims of which it eh ill then haie hid notice and the said company will not be liable for the u*cts or anj part thereof so dist nbu ted to an\ j er&on of whoso claim it shall not then

have had notiee

IMted this thirty first daj of lamían 1002

I)V\irS and CVMPBLLL, "07 Collins street,

Mell ourne proctors for the Mid company_ ,

-VTüTlCi- to C1Ï-LDITOR.S -Re OYTHUtt-NT, ?

JM DORA ROW J Deceased-Purni mt to the -j provisions of the Trusts \ot 1800 notice is

liercbj given that all persons hiving any claim J -kain t the estate of ( athennc Don Rowe late of I 77 Liddiard street, \uburn in \ it ton » mairied woman deceased intestate auuiiiiibtration \of who1« estntc WJS granted In the Supreme Couii of A letona to Henn lohn Rowe oí 77 Lid Hard

street afore-Jiid manufacturer are her bj require i to SIND PUlflCUI ARS in writing of sue h OLYIMb to the said administrator care of ti ie

LOUin lKl_*_7If-k.S LM-OUrOHS ami YGJ VL d* C_>MPYW UMIU D of 8.» l*>uetn ..treot, XI J bourne, on or 1 tiorc the 15th á¿$ of March li> I

after which last mentioned date the said adinir *s trator will proceed to distribute the ass ts of rho said Catherine Dora, Rowe amongst the parties <_n titlod thereto luting regard only to the cU ims of width he ¡»hall then have had notice and the said adjninii.trator will not be liable or ans ter able for the asAts or any part thereof so di .tri

buted to tin j person of whose claim ho shall o»»t

then have had notice

Dated this 1st daj of I cbruflrj lW-7

J S C Y> TOR M A LL M U St lan len,' a

Building 1 îl Willi un street, Melboi irne _; roc tor for the administre tor_,_

NOIICr to CRI D1TÛIÎS- Purinnt to the

Trusts Act 1SJ0 notiee is herebj given Vbat all persons having CLAIMS mp ina t tile estate of lOllS 1 GAN late of Mo| oke Gully near U eetíh worth miner deceased intestate who due d on the clgfctli dav of October 1001 and letters *f nd ministration of whose estate were on the third daj of Junuarj lOO-S granted to Tanita Ty un oî Mortlake labourer are herebj required to SL3T) in PYIHICULYKS of same to the undirsigncjil on or before the 14th daj of I ebruarj 1901' and after that date the administrator will dist cibutc the aa>ets of the said deceased having regan I only to the c1 dins of which he shall then hav » had notice

Dated this "9th dij of Tanuarv lOO"

SYMUEL RURDHt B\OIUIOU-.I Modern -cham

hers 317 Collina-street Melbourne agi ut for 1 1 Backhouse 1 crang proctor for 1V> ad _ ministrator_

NOTICE Is hereby B1\CII, tlut alter the cx.i hatton

oí loiirteen iLi.s front Hie iiublieatiote hereof application will be made to the Supreme Court of Victoria, in its Probate jurisdiction, Hut I'lt-lUTi: ol the LAST WIM, and TKST1S MlvN'l" of WILLIAM KITCHEN, lute of Footscra./-« id, Brown's Hill, Kensington (in the v,lll do-»Tibed as "Footscray"), In the state of Ylctoril i, pro duco uiereliant, deceased, may bo gi-ml rd to Geonre Kitchen, ol Footscray -road, Koni tn_ton, In the said state, lithographic printer (I i Hu: will deseribcd as "lithographer '), and 'J Siottm Tilley, of MeCracken-strect, Kcnsiii_rtou, lu the "id »tate, ugent, .the executors named i KI -and appointed by the tOti-will

Dated this 31st day of January, 100-2.

C. J. JIcFAllLANIl, Melbourne-chanibel H, 41S

Little Coilins-iitrcet, Melbourne, proctor _for the applicants._ NOTICE Is hercbygiven, that alter tnc cxp ïratlon

of fourteen da.s from the publication . heriot application will be made to the Supreme i Court of Victoria, in the 1'robato jurlsdietloi % that LBTTEHS of ADMINISTRATION of the e líate of ANDREW THOMbON, late of Edgorton-roi ti, Mal- vern, 111 Hie state of Victoria, oteounUnt, i keeased .with the will of the said deceased annei jr-d), bo granted to Charles Kenneth CMsworth, of No. ;u Dnuniiiorid-strect, Carlton, Victoria, wiu,-liousc inan. a grandson und one- ol the next of ' i>iu of

the said deceased.

Dated this 31st day of January, 11X_.

LYKCIl and MCDONALD, Oxford .rambrtm, 4SI

Bourke street, Melbourne, proctors llnr the _applicant^_^ ^ _ NOTlOEis hereby given, tliat after Hie ox_,i7i ïtlon

ol fourteen du, s from the publication. Inireot application will be made to the Suprctác C lourt of the Mate of Victoria, in Its Probate jus.«dic- tion, that PKOIIATE of the WILL of ,)AA__ ÏÎET TLI.TON, late of Peel-street north, Hullunlfc lCast, In the state of Victoria, engineer, tlcceaiseU may be granted to John Thomas Nettleton, of Qce. nng road, Ilallarat East aforesaid, ciiginc-ilrlver; I'Jan nah Nettleton, of Peel-street north, li al Hi rat ".ist aforoatd, widow; and William Henderson, ol' P«el street north, Ilallarat Kast aforesaid, r.iilvsajr em- ploye, the cxccutorB luincil In and appoint, jd by

the said will. ^ r.

Dated tilla 31st dav ol Jammry, 1003.

WANLISS and OKAY, Oxlord-chainbers, r. rdlard

streot, Imlarat, proctors for tho saide execu- tors. _

OT1CE Is hereby given, that after the cxpi Iratlon

ot fourteen days from the publication hereof application will be made to tile Supremo Ociurt ol Victoria, in Its Probate jurisdiction, than. LET THUS of ADMINISTRATION of the ijitate of CATHERINE MCDONALD, late of Ararat,' An Vic- toria, widow, deceased, Intestate, may be i itrantetl to John McDonald, of Mortlake, in Vlctoril i alore mid, auctioneer, being the son and one ol the

next of kin of the said deceased.

Dated this 25th day of January, 1002.

_JOIÎN McDOjjJALR

NOTICE I« hereby riven, that after tho ¿Tipiration

ol lourtccn day» from the publlcaUi ni hereof application will be made to the Supremo Court of Victoria, in ita Probate jurisdiction, ti hut PRO DATE of the WILL of E__.U1L.II Aim HOU- ISON, lato of Autumn-street, Geelong i 'IVcst, In Victoria, widow, deceased, may bo mt io ted to .me. tho .undonurned, Samuel Bawden,', ¿f Hope

.treat, Onion« Weat, oink; betar'tkeiie-icuiori

appoabd by ___*_«" will., .. . ... , ,

___iv__> lut _5f el ?»w_ffJ"*v ________£_'. .J

,/, / i^r-__i__-r__yit-_*_r^i

_-T>ICIA_ AND _AW MOTZ«

NOTICE to CREDITORS -Ib> WILLIAM WIL-

SON \LLEN, Deciased-I'tBHuant to the pro I Mitons of the ' trusts Act ISO«,' notice is hereby grtcn that ill .icrsons huMng am claim against the estate o' Willam Wilson Alien, late of St

Belmont i\enuc, how, in Victoria, gentleman, de-I i cei_cd and probate of whose Itist will aud testa-1

inSk, with oiiL codicil thereto!, was granted to

Innes GrilHths, of '»Monnlni'lon," Park street, ! Kew, in Vittoria, tea incrchanll, and Ucorge W11- i lum Lilley, of 'Stinhoc," Belmont avenue afore-] said, insurangc maniger, the irtecutors named in and appointed by the said wall, aro hereby re

quired to b1 ND ill l'AltrilOhAHS 111 writing of I , such CLAIMS to the undersigned, the proctors for I the said James Grillltlis and (äeorge William LU

Iel, on or before the 2Sth dar of lebruar}, 1002 | I And notice ¡s hereby given that after that day

the said c-xcciitors will proceed to distribute the lacets of the taid deceased whicli bhall have j come to their bunds or poisttssion amongst the,

persons entitled thereto, Inuring regard only to the claims of which the} «hall tlien haie hail notice, and the} will not bo liable for the assets or any part thereof so distubuted to any person of whoso clilm they shall not Uicn h.i_ had

notice

Dated tins first da. of February, one thousand

nine hundred and two

MUiLrSOV, LNGLAND, tnd STFWART. of 40

tineen street, Mclbouame, proctors for Hie bald executors _ "VrOTICL to Cltl D1TORS -Re TUOM\S JOYCE, -i-l Deceased -Pursuant I o the \>io\ tsions of the Trusts Act 1S00, notice lbi herebi gncn that all persons liaMng any claim against the estate of 1 homas Joyce, late of No 00 Doglleld street, Car din", in the county of Giisnorgan, in Wales, rail w ij clerk, dece lied, in ¿estate, and letters of administration of whose cstutc, granted by the I tindall District Probate Registry ol His Majesty s III(,h Court of Justice were sealed bj the Supreme Court of \ lett r ia, _in its Probate juris diction, on the 2Stli da\ of'Janinn, 1902, upon being proied bj 1 bonezcr John 1 bonus, of 'tar radcen ' Carn in on street,, Caulfield, in Victoria, gentleman, the attornc. tinder power of Thomas Robert loteo, of No 00 Dogflr-lcl btreet aforesaid, the administrator In Etlgland, are hereby re quired to bl NI) m PAIBAlCUL \RS In writing of such CLU\li> to the tmdcrsigned, the proctors for the said Ibenezer .lohn Thomas, on or before the 28th dal of Kbiuan, 1J02 And notice is htrcb. given Hut after tint dav the said rbenezer John lliomas i ill procred to distribute the assets of the sud deceased which shall hate come to his hands or possc-saimi amongst the persons en titled thereto, liaMng regard onh to the claims of which he shall t'ren baie had notice, ind he the saul 1 benger John Thomas, will not be liable fir the as-eti cr uni part thereof eo dis

tributo! to am person of whose claim he shall

not then hue had not-«x

Dated this first da.} of Icbruari, one thousand

nine hundred and I wi>

MALLISON, I NO1 ,AND, and STEWART, of 40

«iueen street, »albourne, proctors for {he _said 1 henezer elolui Thomas

"VTOTICJ to ORJ-JOnoiUS-Be HiI/VHI-TH JLN G YRDNLR ROI li- Ri s Deceased - Pureuant to tlie provisions of the 1 rusts Act 1S90 notice is hcrebj given thai» all persons having anj claim ugun__t tin. -«.state of Hizibcth Gardner Roberto formerh c1 -Geelong, in the state of Vic tona, hut late of ï»cf«Tthain near Sydney in the state of .New SouIJi W iles, married woman de ceised md probat*, of whose last will and testa mont was giant*, ti to the Honourable William Robson member »..f the legislative Council of the state of New feoiuth Wales and William > lliott \citch Rob-on solicitor both of number 104 Pitt street S\dm >t in the btatc of New South Wales the exccuton* named in and appointed by the said will ar » Jicrebv required to SlAD P YR T1CUIARS In vrntuig of Mich CIAIMS to the said the Honour ible William Robson and William I* lliott \eitch Hobson, to the care of the under tinned, on or before Saturdij the first daj of M ireh one thousand nine hundred and two and notice is hereby fclven that after tint daj the said executors will proceed to distribute the is.eli of the s.ud Uiz.ibeth Girdncr Roberta de cta*«d which have come to their hands or pos sesión anongit the persons entitled thereto ha\

ing regard only to the claims of which the said executors shall then have hid notice, and the .mid executors will i*t be liable for the assets or an\ part then »f so distributed to any perron of whose clan» t hey shall not then h we had notice

Datent this .first day of lebruarj, one thousand nine hundred» and two

IOHNSOV and lOHXSOV Imperial chambers

Bank p lice Melbourne, proctors for and on lielialf c-í the Raid the Honourable W illiiun Robsoi i and William 1 lliott \eitch Robson "VTOTlcr to CRI D1TOBS -Re GLORGL McIN -i-N 10»! I, Deceased -Pun_uant to the provi sions of tin- 'Trusts Act lfeOO notice is hercbj ghen tint all persons bavin}, anv tlaim agtimt the estate of GeorBe Mcintosh late of 2 W rex ham roa I Windsor, in the state of Victoria i,entlcm m deceased and probité of whose last wdl and tr utament was granted to Lauchlan Ken noth Scob ic Mackinnon of 120 William street

Melbourne solicitoi and Ahxander McLeod of Wilgul D »wns llcrmidule, in tlie state of JNcw South Wi'ts caqiilre the executors named in an 1 appointed bv the sud will, ure hereby required to Sl\I> PYRriCUl-ARS in writing of such t LAI MU to the undersigned on or before the 17th di\ of March H>0> And notice is hercbj given f hat after that daj the sud executors will proceed to distribute tb-T assets of the taid George Mclntoi || deceased which nhill have conic to th»ir ha mia or po*v.eesion amongst the persons en title*! thu -Uo, having regard only to tlie claims of which the said ixccutors shall then have had notice tnd the said executors will not be liable for the u ¡facts or anv part thereof so distributed to anv j i ison of who c claim thev shall not then

have haul notice a

Dated, this list daj of Janutrv 1002

HL Y KI aiidUIGCY-L 1°0 WilliamMrcct Mel

_l^ on mc proctors for the said executors

"VfO- ÏN I t0 CM DITORS -Trusts Acts -Re J-> KUH, m LI W1G, Deceased - YU persons hiviiçç anv C1-YIMS agunst the estate of fc.mil Helling, late of Lawry street, Northcote, tn the st ite of \ ictona, freeholder decca-scd, are re qu«. ¡rd to SIJsD to Andrew Mcintosh of Sepan lion (Street Northcote líore aid gentleman the e.u nibir to whom probate of the will of the said dec »asi d was grant*d on the 21th daj of Januarv liX).! PYRT.Ct.LYRS * in writing of their C1 ATMS on or before the sixth daj of March IS f, after which dato the said estate will be dis

tri i Ait ed

Dated tills 29th day of Januarv loo1

l-EADDOCK und lAMU-SON1 416 Collins-street,

Ylclbourne proctor!» for the mid executor

"VjleYllcl- is hereby MVen, that after the expiration -I»* of fourteen daj s from the I ublication hereof a fp.heation will be made to the Supreme Court of t K- Stite of \ ictorn in the i róbate jurisdiction, tVat YDMINISTRA1ION, with the Will an siucod of the estate of GU_?IA"\U3 MUK* Dil li

fWAKNLIl, late of Havelock street, West Perth an the state of Western Australia, but formerly .of 21 llarklv streit, North 1 itzrov, in the htatc of \ letona, butcher deceased, liiaj be granted to _ Roseann«, t race \\ llliam«» of Toora, «Viuth Gipps

lind, in the state of ^ letona, mimed woman the nominee of Diana Warner of Nicholson road , i »uhmeo, m the »tate of We*»tcrn Australia,

?.vidovv of deceiscd the sole executrix and only person having an interest under the -aid will

Dated this 31_>t da> of Tanuorj 1W1

SNOWBALL and K YU! MANN 40 Queen street, \ Melbourne _proctor8 for the applicant

NOTICi is hercbj given that after the expiration _ of fourteen davs from tlie publication hereof

application will be made to the Supreme Court of the. State of \ ictona, lu the Probate jurisdiction that PROB YU of the WI1L of J YilUS WATSOV PURVIS late of Austral villa, Asliug street, 1 lstcrnwick, in the said state, gentleman de, tensed may be ^rantenl to Oswald Robinson Snow bill, of 40 Queen street, Melbourne, in the said stute, solicitor and John Greaves loft, oí Austral villa aforesaid, gentleman, the executors ap pointed bj the said will

Ditcd this .Ust daj of Jonuarj, 1002 ?-_«.

"VrOTICE la herebygiven, that after the expiration -LM of fourteen clays from the publication berco! application will be made to the Supreme Court of the State of Victoria, In the Probate jurisdiction, that LETTERS of ADMINISTRATION of the unatl

niinlstcrpd estate of WILLIAM SIcFALL, late of Greendale, in the said state, labourer, deceased, intestate, be granted to William Cantwell, of Greendale aforesaid, contractor, ti person entitled

to share in the distribution of tlic said estate.

Dated the 30th day of January, 11)02.

DUGDALE and CREHElt, 135 William-street, _Melbourne, proctors for the applicant.

NOTICE is hereby given, that after the expiration

of fourteen days Irom the publication hereof application will be made to the Supreme Court of Metoria, in the Probate jurisdiction, tliat PRO HAT E of tile LAST WILL ot PHILLIS RAW- LINGS, late of Cudgee, In Victoria, «Jüan-,

reased, may be grunted to Robert Mc-Oliic.

Mepunga, in Victoria, farmer, and Charles Urbcrgnng, of Cudgee, In Victoria, farmer, the executors named in and appointed by tho said will.

Dated tills 31st div of January, 1002.

FLETCHER and .MACKAY, Warrnambool, proc-

tors ior_the exciutors. _ _ TSwfCK.-GEORGE COATES," Deceased. - AU -IM persons having CLAIMS against the estate of George Coates, late of The Grand Hotel, Spring* street. Melbourne, retired conilnercbil traveller, decease«), are requested to FORWARD the same to the undersigned forthwith.

Dated this 28th day of January, 1002.

BRAHAM and PIUANI, Tniiteos-chambers, 412B

Collins-street, Melbourne, proctors for tim

executors.

PURSUANT to the Trusti Act 1S90, notice is

hereby (rixcn that ull .persons having any claims against the ist-ite of THOMAS HENRY DEAN, late of Waubra, 111 tho state ol Victoria, au-penter, deceased. Intestate, are required to .SEN"» PARTICULARS of their CLAIMS to THE NATIONAL TRUSTEES. EXECUTORS, AND AGENCY COMPANY OF AUSTRALASIA LIM! TED, of 454 Collins-street, Melbourne, in Victoria, tho administrator of the estate of the Bald de oeascil, on or before the thirty-llrst day of March, 1002, after which date the said company will pro- ceed to distribute the assets of tlic said deceased amongst tho parties entitled thereto, having re- gard only to the claims of which It may then have had notice, and it will not bo liable for tho asset« or any part thereof so distributed to any person of whose claims It shall not then liavo had

notice.

Dated this thirty-first day of January, 1002.

OURWEN WALKER and HAMILTON, Ballarat,

proctors for the said company.

PURSUANT to the Trusts Act lit», notice is

hereby given that all persons having any claims against tho estate of FRANCIS COOPER WILSON, late ol Haddon, In the slate of Victoria, grimier, deceased, Intestate, are requested to SEND PARTICULAIIS of their CLAIMS to THE BAL- LARAT TRUSTEES, EXECUTORS, and AGENCY COMPANY LIMITED, Compstreot, Ballarat, In Victoria, the administrator of the catato of the said deceased, tin or before tho tliirly-llrst day ol March, 1002, alter which date the »aid company will proceed to distribute the assets oí tho said deceased amongst the parties entitled thereto, hav- ing regard only to the claims of which It may then have luid notice, and it will not bo liable for tilt assets or any part Uicrcof so distributed to any person of whose claluvi it shall not then have lud notice.

Dated this 31st day of January. 1002.

OU11WEN WALKED and HAMILTON, Ballarat,

proctorsjúr the _atd_coinpjny..

PURSUANT to the Trusts Act 1800, notleV

heroliy given that all persons having «ny claims against tho estate o! ItlOIIARl) LEW ¡3. late ol Beeac, in Hie slate of Victoria, da rymag. de-coasotl, Intestate, aro required tpW;*«" ';"?'',

.I'lOUl-ARS of their CLAIMS «". --__ __-_xf__âl TIUISTEES. KXECUT'ORS. and .MK^VfiS.

PAOT L1M1TKD, of &'»P".Bfre',1_í/i^í,V,» "Vi-

toria, ti« administrator o« "»«*»'£_£<_!___£ deceased, on or before ü><rt^^pS will pio IOC«, «"«.;_VKC,.1"dSi_ Ï« of the «id deceased

coed to "U^*" _,_0,,_LI__ Uiercto, havlosr re

"f"-. "»î "M _&.£_»Weh It may then have «rd oidy "_'_,",_%« not bo Hablo for the «Meta, bad notice, »"<«"_?_; atribute- to tay pelion of "-"*?______Uino!Then have htd notice, ?^ÄJ___ir_-_ttiOl Ju>-iry, 100Í.

. ¡StSwSr wSSk a-TlUlilLTON, Ballant,

??^w^____T_-_ M_ c_u_-qr.

JUDICIAL AND UW NOTION.

TJE PETER ISAAC MABTIN, Deceased.-Notlco ' Air to Creditors -Pursuant to the provisions ot

the "Tniste Act 1800," notice is hereby given that all persons hiving any claims agnanst tlio estate of Peter Isaac Martin, late ( f Hawksburn I road, Hawksburn, in the state oí VJctona, store | man, deceased and probate of whose will waa

granted to William Wright Senior, of Collins

! street, Melbourne, in the 8aid state, merchant, I the executor named therein, arc required to 3ENV

in PAR110ULARS in writing of such CLAIMS, u* .the said Willi ¿ni Wnght Senior, care of Mcs¿m, Williams and Matthews, solicitors, 80 Queen I street, Melbourne, on or before the 6th day of March, 1002, and notice is hereby given thav J after that date the said executor will proceed to [ distribute the assets of the said Peter Isaac Martin, deceased which sholl have come to hi» hands or posbccsion amongst the persons entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of I which he shall then have had notice, and tin

Mid executor will not be liable for the asset« or any part thereof so distributed to any person of whose chum he shall not then have had no tico.

Dated this 10th day of Januar}, 1902

WILILYMS and MYTTIIKWS 89 Queen street,

Melbourne, proctors for the executor_ EL JAMES BbSH, Deceased -Pursuant to the

' Trusts Act 1800, notice is hereby given that all persons having CLAIMS against the cstato of James Bush, late of Hamilton, *n the btatt of 'Victoria, Government pensioner, deceased, pro bato of who^c will was granted by the Supreme Court of the SU te of Victoria in its Piobate jurisdiction to Alfred Peter Mackenzie, of Ham ii ton iforesaid, bank manager, are hereby required to SLND written PYRTICULARS thereof to the executor at the ofllccs of the undersigned, on or before the Iirst da> of Mareil, 1002 after which date the execute- will proceed to distribute the assets of the tleccased amongst the parties cn titled thereto, huv ing Regard onlv to the claims of which he shall then have had notice, and he will not bo liable for the assets so distributed to anj person of whose claim he shall not then

have had notice

! LOUIS HORWIT7, Thomson street, Hamilton,

proctor for tile executor

KE WILLI\M SMITn, Deceased-Pursuant to

the Trusta Act 1800 notice is hcrebj given tint all persons having CLAIMS against tile estate of William Smith, late of Himilton, iu the state of Atctorii punter, deceased intestate, letters of administration of whose estate were granted bj the Supreme Court of the State of Victoria, m its Probate jurisdiction, to Josephine Jane Sippets Smith of Hann'ton aforesaid, widow, ure hcrebj required to Sl-ND written P\R11CULARS thereof to the administratrix, at the offices of the undersigned, °t» or before the flrht day of March, 1002, after which date the ndmim_>tratti_v will proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased amongst the pirties entitled thereto, having re gard only to the claims of which she shall then have had notice, and Bhc will not be liable for the assets so distributed to anv person of whose claim she shall not then have had notice

LOUIS HORW IT/, Thomson street Hamilton,

proctor for the administratrix

"Ol' JOHN TODD Deceased -Pursuant to tho -ti* frusta Act 1S00 notice is herebv given unit all persons having CLVIMS against the estate of John todd late of Digby, m the state of \ic tona, grazier dece-a^cd, intestate, letters of ad ministration of whose estate were granted by the Supreme Court of the State of A ictoria, in ita Probate jurisdiction to Christina ludd, of Digby aforesaid widow are Hereby required to St SO written PARilCUI ARS thereof to the administra tnx, at the olllces of the undersigned, on or before the first dav of March, 1002 after vvhieh date the administratrix will proceed to distribute the Uiv.cts of the deceased amongst the parties cn titled thereto, having regard only to tin. claims of which she shall then have had notice, and she will not be liable for the assets so distributed to anv person of whose claim she sliall not then have

had notice

IOU1S H0RW1T-5, Thomson street. Hamilton,

proctor for the administratrix

T>E RICHYRD BLOOMFIELD Deceased-Pur X\i suant to the Trusta Act 1SJ0 notice is herebj given that all persons having CLYIMS against the estate of Richard Bloomtíeld late of Hamilton, in the state of ^ ictona, pound! ecper, deceased, probate of whose will was granted bj the Supreme Court of the State of Victoria in its Probate jurisdiction, to Annie Bloomfield and Mirgaret Bloom!.* Id both oí Hamilton aforesaid, spinsters, arc herebj required to SLND written PARTICU LYRS thereof to the exécutrices, at the offlcea of the undersigned, on or before the first daj of March 1J02 after which date the exécutrices will proceed to distribute the assets of the de ceased amongst the parties entitled thereto, hnv

nig regard onlj to the chums of whit h they shall then have had notice, and thej will not be liable, for the assets so distributed to any person of whose claim thej shall not then have

had notice

LOUIS nORWIT/ Thoa-son street, Hamilton,

proctor for the exécutrices

fTIRANSFFR of I Y\D ACT 1S00 -No X1 230 -

X MYRGYRn SOPIIIY ANlOrNLTTl SCIIUSlLIt of _So Oí Molcworth streit North Milbourne in the Countv of Douri e, widow, has applied to l>nng the land described ut the foot hereof under the ibovc act and the Commissioner of Titles lias directed notice of the application to be advertised in * The Argus * newspaper and has appointed fourteen days from such advertise ment after which time the land may be brought under the operation of the act, unless a caveat shall be lodged forbidding the same

Dated 25th daj ai Januarj, 100J

L\M) RIFI RR1 P TO

Crown Allotment 5 and Part of Crown Allot- ment 1J Section "2 citj of Melbourne, at Carlton, parish of Tika Jika, Count j of Bourl e

Commencing on rtie east side of Sjdnev road 261 feet 1| inches southerly from the south side of Grattan street, thence easterly 100 feet 2 inches along Crown Allotment 4, southerly IO feet 0 Inches along Crown Allotment 1J eisterly along Hajinarket line 41 feet 8 inches thence southcrlr 60 feet, westerly 40 feet 14 inches along1 Crown Allotment 14, further westerlj r.2 feet 2 inchea and Go feet 1 inch along Crown Yllotment (V thencc northerlv along Sjdnej rcud CO feet J inchc» to tlie commencing point

mos BIRM

" Regbarir oí litios.

James ITaR, Lombard buildings 17 Queen street, Melbourne, solicitor for the applicant

rnilANSfrEK of I_A_sD ACT lfiOO - In the Matter

X of the Ain-riCATO-i of HIL COLONIAL MUTUAL LIU V&SURANCL SOCIETA LlMUt-D, No -Jilt Collins strct-t, Melbourne-The Cominis sioner of Titles lias pursuant to __cti_n 3-0 \if tho a bo von un ed act directed the Ilfgixtrar of litlcs to notifv in The Argus* newspaper tint HIL land described below i_ now ofFercd for prhate sale ritt. 14th da. of March, 1002 Is the timo appointed b> the Comrnisbioner oí Titles for the Ibi-UI by the Kc-gi-Urar of an OIIDI It for frOItrCLOSUHI of such laïid, unless a sale thereof shall take place in the interval for a BuiHcient amount to satisfy the purposes of the said seo

tion

Dated 20th day of Januarv, 1002

TIIOS mttNF,

Registrar of Titles

LA YD ABO\X IU1 __tUll_D TO

Crown Allotments 2 and ii, Section 9, parißh of Wabonga county of Delatite

A\ I «.alie Park, Ihe Colonial Mutual Cliambera, _10 Collins street, -Melbourne, solicitor for the a PI j ii ant_

riMitt UNHID AbSlilALLYN MUTUAL *_I1U_ -L I_.SUI_A_.CL COui1--NY L1MIT1 D (In Liquidation) -Notice ia hereby gitcn, that tho creditors of the abovenamed company are re quired on or before the ilrbt dyy of April, lOtti, to SLND their na ruts and addressee And the PAIflICULAItS of their DLLU_ or Claims, ond the namai and addresses of their _oI ici tore (it any), to the underwgned Jainea Mooro mid Alfred \Vib_tcr, the liquidators of the said com I my, at number _05 Collic_-_treet in the city of Melbourne, in the etate of . ictorU, and, if

BO required by notice in writing from the _uid , liquidators, ure, by their bol ici tors to come in und prove their said debts or claims ut such lime and plaet as ehull be bpeelfled in a ich notice, or in default thereof they will be excluded from the beiuiit of any distribution made before such debt - arc proved

Dated thi_ thirtieth diy of Januar}, 1002

J \MI_3 _iOOKl

. All HLD .VLdJbTn.,

^ Liquidatom

Gillott liatcn und Moir, National Mutual Building-, LO mer of Collina and Queen bt roeta, Melbourne, e-olicitors to the uboveirauied liquida« tors _ __

aim: INSOLVENCY ACTS.-In tl¡o Slatter öt

. JULIK.V nummo GIIKLUIT mid .IOILN HOBSON COHXroltTll, of Great Wcstvrn, Storu keepers, Trading as Grollet and C'ornforth.-Notlco ia hereby giuii, that I, Kdwurd William Small, of No. 81 (¡ueen-street, Melbourne, registered trustee, lune bec» duly Al'l'OINT-iU to lill the olllci! of TllUbTEIl ot tim estate oí the nliovenamed insolvents, and lliat such appointment wau duly confirmed by order of the t'ourt oí Insolvency, nt Stawell, mado the twenty-eighth day of January, 100-. All parties having In their poi£>--_>lun any oí tim cHects oí tile insolvents must deliver them to mo an hucli trustee, and all debtß due to the iniol vents limit be paid to me aa such trustee. Credi- tors who have not proved their debts mast deliver their proofs to mc as such trustee.

Dated this ¡Hat day of January, 1002.

l-l-WAllD W. SttAH., Trustee, Broken lilli

Chamber«, 31 .¿uecn-street, Melbourne.

WILLIAM WOIJ'-ENDUN, llccenuciiT^STRVnT

TORY NOTICK to CM-DITOUS.-IMtkuant to

the provisions of "The Trusts Act 1890," notice is hereby Riven that all creditors and other pi*m>n.i having any claims against the estate oí William Wolfenden, lote of 270 Nicholson-street, Fitzroy, in Victoria, builder, deceased, who died on tho twenty-llrst day of November, one thousand nlno hundred and one, and probato of whose will and codicils was granted by the Supreme Court of the said stat«, in its -tóbate jurisdiction, on tho sixteenth day of January, ÏWK, to Tilla NATIONAL THUSTl-KS, KXI-CUTOltS, and AGENCY COM- PANY of AUSTllAliASIA LIMITED, of No. l61 ColUns-titreet, Melbourne, Victoria, tlio executor appointed by the second codicil, aro hereby re- quired to BUND in I-UITICULAKS in writing of

such CLAIMS to the said company, on or befora the ninth day of March, one thousand nine hun- dred and two, after which date the Mid com- pany will proceed to distribute the j-tsc'- of the tuld dcccaSL'd amongst the persona entitled therWo. having regard only to the dalma of which It »lull then have had notice, and that It will not.be Hably for tho assela or any part thereof »"""".'"ï1'T to any jwreen of whoso claim it shall not _-«v°

had notice. ,"_.

Dated this 81st day of J<mu°'7'J1Xm__1,ni. _-l LYNCH and McD-NALD, Oxiord'C1 unben-,

nourkc-strcot, Melbourne, BoU-Uon.

KOMXT

AUSTnALIAN~Ä^ .Ä"..'XZ c^poÄT ^SUlAT n-°& Export, 81

"ilO.OOO; lowefrtjotçrrat^

ZI-1. »_* _.<i.'uriiM

li'ltED W, KültGIH, solicitor, notary public, A. 400 Little Collina-st., Melbourne, baa varioul SUMS to LUND, at reasonable rates._ _ ~\ ii GIllSON and Co.. aiiis-bury-bulldlngs. ii.. 148 Quera-st.-Ampio FUNDS available, _ per cent.

ANY SUM, furniture, pianos (unremoved),

deeds, Tehlalcs, cattle, aliares, personal, bond warrants, bills, Ac; no walting; small re- payments. Chu. 8. tinki» and Co., 07 Quccn-Bt.

AVOID"irnviNa IIILLS.I SALE.-MOHKY'IIU

mediately, furniture, piano«, without re- noval! di-mond., Jewellery, personal, other secu- rity; strictly'private. 1'erUtelu'«, Uti Kjthlbi tton-ii. ?. ______ (For contjnnation of this dam of ¿avertis«

'' menU, Me page 10.)

(Continued from Page l-l.)

A A. - H A n It Y I*. M o s a

- IM.VKniATK AtWANOr.S MAW. on B1IAUES,

Dl"EDS, PIANOS, 1)11,1,3 D( I.AÜINQ,

UONI) WAItllANrS,

' Ami on FunNiT-m. wmiou. REMOVAL.

DILLS ol BALK. Ull.l.S DISCOUNTI.D DAII.V. MilKRAb COMMISSIONS to ARI-IIU anil Others.

123 QUKEN-TKEKT (Next Gordon and dutch).

Tclcphouo 10SI.

'A'1'

?f». uoor frnm buanslon m., »lonna floor*-. CASH ADVANCED Immediately un noto ot lianii alone, personal security, furniture without ro* movai, lloclla, diamond*!, o.e. V.aty re-payments

anil equitable,

l'btlllpii, Ó'Connor-elianibom__ _ _

ADVANCES Immediately, lumlturo, pianos,

without rcinovnl: waiches, Jewolle-ry, plate, any lecurlly, Albert Coppi-I, 37H Cliupe-1-ät., «outil Yarra._Kalah. 18.3._ IAÜVAÑCU8, £10 to £500, nu furniture,

__?' out removal, pianos, Iwraea, volitóle"! term« to »ult borrower; cxceptlonul low Interest; no te«, Strlotly private, Kliiahoo, I*oan Ollle-c, Ula KI I miers at., nearly oppoHitc Htitloii.

'ADVANCES, Immedlntaly, fiS.ÉBlxi, furritun, UX, planeo, without remo vail jewellery, dcceli,

«non«l. M. Ooprml, llfi Kll_l»th-lt., abor0 'yrniii"__aiie| Kornrodo^jowellera^

DVANCK8, Immediately, on «liar«, loraole-.

deed«, personal and .other »ocurltlej| lowen

?!

_V_.._.

rate»; »trlutly private. Lifo policies purcliufleil. DHU discount«! dally. II. aoldb__ J__*_.tVueiiiis)J_ ''A~0VÂNOi_r'liïiinc<lîïtcly,.owoilcry, furnltur», >?__ plutos, without ronlo vail loweut mt« la

.teri-tj nay repsyment». Joseph Phillips, Crown, ?UM -__, 1« Chap«! >_,, W__«_. ?__ at H.

By__yi_. Br__-__ ? ? -"" '"?'" ""'/ |

HOUSE.

|¡ ADVANCES, Immediately, furniture, pianos,

A*, without removal; personal, any available ac ieurity; repayable easy instalments; low intere-t. Leonard Levy. 135 Svvanston-st._

BUILD to SUIT _ OURSELVES. - The LANC

liUi-K BUILDING SOCIETY, 10 and 12 e)i>3cn-<rtr-ct, and (H Smith-street. Ls LENDING MONEY, repayable as rent, metroiiolitan area ouly. Pull lurticutnrs ou application.

_(1. T. LANORiDCK. Manager^ BERNARD MICUAEI,, Accountant, 2S1 COlllns

«t., LENDS on mortgage, from 4 per cent.; on interea-l under wills, to.., from u iie*r ecirt.

B~IU;NA"N and (¡LEESON, Oratlan-st., Carlton,

luve .MONEY 'lo LEND,, large and small amounts, freehold securities,___ CITIZENS' LlFïf ASSURANCE CO. -"TU. "uns

HONEY to LEND in large or small sums on good dalry farms, gracing and agricultural lands, city properties, Australian Government securities, municipal debentures, annuities, or reversionary interests. A. O. Copeland, J-csldc-t feccrctary, -So Collins-street._"___ /"1ASII, ladies, gentlemen, wills, pianos, legacies, V^ furniture, life* interests, deeds, cabs, horses; pei'honal, any security. Macuaiuara's, 3U Col lins-st._ pilIKAl" MONEY, Without Valuation Fees. ^ Lenders inspect pereonully, £50 to .-250, J-.'!00, £400, £500, to £1501), in amounis to suit. Johnston, 101 Queen-*.!. ________ DEPOSITS RECEIVED.

4 PER CENT. INTEREST ALLOWED,

For 12 Monti« and Over.

FOURTH VICTORIA PERMANENT BUILDING

SOCIETY, 213 Collins-street.

_J. IV. HUNT. Mnnager.

DEUTSCHE Welche Durch Uricte Testamente

Gelder erwarten. Können Vors.hnl-e erhalten. E. Cjsper, foreign agent, e-oraer Bourke and Swan iton als, (upstairs).__________ I TI CASPER, ~corpcr Bourke and Swanston sta.

J. (iip-tairs), ADVANCES MONEY on

Deeds, Life Policies, I .anos,* Furniture,

All kinds security.

Bills discounted daily, repayable suit borrower. _*_tíc-reey and^Dcspatcti_ E CASPER, Foreign Agent, corner Bourke and

. Swanston sts. (upsuirs). COLLECTS or Ad- vances immediately on Lcttof-, WILLS, LEGA CIESiic" Engliuid.C-ntinent, St3tcs._ FA. LOOKER, agent, M5 " CoHins-st, his

. MONEY to LEND on mortgage, from -1 tier cent_ IjlOUR Per Cent, on city, suburban, ana country

? FREEHOLDS; no valuation fees. Benncli.

MB Collins-st.

FOLll UJl CI-NT suburban, colintrj free

holds no valuation H 1- Toutlber Com

|^ OUR I fc.lt -I NI MONLY to LEND large and H

_sinall__um_. M Evoy and Co 45 Market st

-\D1, S second lloor, JAj Collins st agent

Ilendv I ear). Geelong -MONEY to LEND, long se uritlis j ref rre I_

nl(( INS and LIlAHVVt | mile I VUUIMI I t.

I li iilx-tb-st require good MorJg-ifee Seeuri s lowest rates_ ._. _ I NU J-H refuse a LO IN to am respectable per

son ni in> seeunlv Write or call evening 221 Bndjmrt st South Melin

1MLS1MLNT, lowest rates, £100 £250 £300

£100 to £2000 ind upward». bg*0leston ind P^leston Bank pîai

T (rut 10YNS eli iply q lilklv ; iv itelv alj X hum um sceurit) 1 1 lanagan 1 IO ijucen

comer Bourl e st_

LrWIS IIFDUrRWICh and IOOKLS solid

tors Chancery lane bate SUMS from 4 per cent on tav oural le terms of repa) mont

MOM V lo II* \p on city or com trj irecliolls

sinlll o líir" amounts safe investments found for monc) on mortgage li Ilvron Moore ssm emile ml Uiv J ho I \clianKo_l <t_Colliiss¿

MOM \ obUined from 4 per cent, no valua

lion, re-isoirible mortg_igc fees Jern lurdt I_evv estate agent, 120 Queen st_

MOM V lo U Ml on broad acres at low in

terest inspection free C YV Hamilton

I olton Avedlle__

"VrOlICI to BORROW 1 US- MOM. to HAD --i nt low interest vntl out v iluatlon Chirles

Rov solicitor 117 Wlianeer) l-l e ______

Kin K I,-Small SI Ms on dieds titles £10

uiwariU, m denle interest, no 1 ivv charges lohnslon 101 JJurenut __ _

"VTO.ICI I OAPI1 VI ISTS -10 i«r ccnt~net

?£> J Imk cotligcs 1 iixroy £5"_ ubi lend

J_loUston 101 Quien st__ OI-HCIIt «nil SMlill (W 11 rrev Srñith"

1 ni I S Ofllccr) 411 Coll iles "t. lnistald

r MOM Is

R.

Til ia*)

SUCÎDI \ and CORVW \I L solle tor 1 Idslone

ill rollers i 'Collins st have £1000 £I)TO J." 0 IJOO ind other Trust MONLY S lo LI M)

it 41jier c nt _ __ _

S W11 SUMS finin £100 to IfND on mort

gai.e I T II ildewion lift Qu on st

T

HE HAVINGS BANK

LOANS at -OUR TER CENT,

Up lo £15 000 on CITY PROPERTIES,

And £2a 000 on IJROAD ACRES,

.or ll\b -LARS,

wini OPTION o. PVYING on F.RT

MALI YEARLY

GLO E LÍIERY, Inspector General Mattel street, Melbourne.

mill-. UND MOKK.A-11 ISAM- uí VICTOHIX.

4 1 IM1I l.U,

IKionl clumbers, 481 Uourko-ötreet, Melbourne

Ililli CfllJHs

li n J M I pul M.1 C , Uiunua I lollllKtnn Smart ]_|

Ibu ii 1 M Jirjdi M I C

MIX VM'LS onixmmi it CLRRIVT ItXlli cn ap|i mil treellold s eurilll-, nillir li}

I li\-d loans ur on tile t-ish erisllt -istciu

tbe f tincr na the Itm-miir liu*i th option of le-elttellL, tbe prucjpllat nu interest due iLilc rid is tbeneclonli enly eliargeiblc nilli inn ret,! in tie balarles und 111 tile litler else interest s ilnrc,ul on llic imonnt u_d, til HI other Mordo, ,n the daily balami

torilla 11 application und all pirlit-ulars obtain hie it lb isJinluuil s ollli e is abme

I011N 1 HUIlt Mlui"-t

IOX\S _II\Y1II"

lived in rt a"c oierdiail

liulallnculs up lo 1. li ii

_ W11 I Uli K1 II), Manaçer

Til I \Nt,HIDl,l IIL1LUIV. SOOILIX, JO and

1» l.ne n ¿lie, I 01 Smith «treet \ few le > ii- ll\ 1 foi 1' montllH rei tiled it 4 per cent

ann it aid locries ¿.lOd (MU tolal on depot" t,

.10 000

_ 0 1 I*XN(.IU1K.I Manager

mill lllUS-lllS IMÍUlOIls, mid U.l-NCY X COMI K\Y llMlli-D - HIUM 1 UM)» lo I I Ml, undoubted s eiirlty, broad acres, from J I r eui!_ mill llti'STll-S IMC LI rolls and A(,l \U\ i tOMl XNX I IXIlil I) - IltUM I USDS to I I Ml iiiidouliteel a rurlti broad atre-s, from I

mi) I I Ml nil! MM on in 11" i"« «

J ileiiobii ul deeds Sin ill and it

lejn

ii .. . _ . _ . ... .....

I MOM'X to 1,1 M), loweat

mm i t.i nx ritysii i s co s.> i), W1

Ik!_

miilSl XIOM \ to UM) XX II fuckott .....

X fa n*> icioiinlalits Loni_nrd_bJ_I|i¡c, t_iieeu sj. mid bl MOM X,lo USD on inorlfcifce Ulalie

ml Hit, J ill Ve lie ileiiB 1"0 XX iiliimi ,t , Mell! -.Mill on moilinlte ill ' lie J.100

Hiibiillan properl., lalue COW principals ii lurllmlilH M X1 , Armin olllce

rilOl'l \AIimiON- II XX Hunt, solid t r ¡17 Collin!. "I lias MONI i to LIND, Its it biibiirliui sicurltiis _ _ _ irOU can tbtnln unall X MOUNT*, pcr-on-lf otlm

seiuril. InrRO Sums morlnagi, from i per eut M Ute. Ilrcu , -10 1 lizabeth st

PUBLIC COMPANIES.

VIOTnillX OlSntXI, INSUUANCE and

lUMlWlH COMI'VsX I1MI11D

Cliilrman the llonble 1-DXX XltD MULI It, ML0

rill« tonipiny (.uuanteea tbo lldelll- ol person! in public tustlltitlons and In other situations of

trust

lnilrmnlli and oilier bonds Issued

( ompiiii s XdiiiliiUtratiou bonds acecptcd by the lllprelt e Court

Oilleis-5 ' Market street

XX LI 1' ATtClim Secretary

-^ MEDICAL.

(I'diiilimi-d fiom Page 7.)

G**""*" REY*"llAIIL~^T)rTAlI.u'S M-Xican WALNUT

STAIN. Satlsf.» tlon Kiuruntced. Swift, Bed-i dome, llovven mid Co., all elicmlsts; 4/0. Phono* iiicii.il. Inimitable._;_

a HEY HAIR,-Dr. Allen's Mexican WALNUT

HAIR STAIN (natural brown). Genuine, Al! chemists; 1/0 bottle. Stamped. W. S. Doncgan, I'giitUgo._,____ Gtfli KEE, 21 Nlcliolsoii-st., Fltiroy, Comer

. Pinne'» «t.-Ulara*-*.!, Intoriially, cxtcr* nully, eucecssfully treated. Noto spelling of name undjuldrcsl.__,_ _ -___ TTUTCIll'Nh' Patent GLUTEN BREA], and XX DIABETIC SPECIALITIES, proved starch lesi, biigaileis, und ellitacloiu. Hutchens, die tit lan baker, 2.12 Lygon-st., jftu-ltoib_ LUTIIKUINGTON'S PHARMACY REMOVED.

LOTIONS and other specialities still obtain ablo from late proprietor, F. II. Apple)an], 21) Hint-si,, Norlh I'llrroy._

MR, S. A. PALMER, the representative "of

WEIHIER'S V1TADAT10, will be lu Mel- bourne from Wt'iliictduy, Jiuuiaiy 20, lill Satur- day, February 8, mid may bo CONSULTED from 10 till 1 and from 3 till li dully, tit the

HEAD INSTITUTE for V1TADAT10,

.15 lind 47 I10U11KK-STRKET,

Mr. Palmer's visit is inclusively for the bene- fit of patients, and not (or general biulnc-u pur

pines.

Mn. a. It A V S O N PRAT T,

Successor tq the Uto OTTO B. HUG,

Medical Hrrballnt, Clairvoyant, and Metaphysician,

Hu, by Bpeola] jtcijiiest, Opened Dooms at II llriiwlok-strcci South, t__iHi Melbourne,

Cloie Albcrf-atrcut and Ht.* Patrick's Cathedral,

BPKCIAI* DUONO-IB, The Scotoli Botante Homo Curt «!w»Ji »utsce-ilul. I'Mlcnt» toniulted dally, p»i*>nal or Inter, Uto 5: eventm». - to Id

fy*r*-.<*-*tJ,*M«**'*i,1 ??<,

MEDICA!.

COUGHS, COLDS on the Cnr-ST, BRONCHITIS,

ASTrUM, and CONSUMPTION.

Denare ot "Coughs" I I

Remember! that Every Disease lill ita

Comnicnccmcnt,

And Consumption Is No Exception to this Rule.

HEAIINE'S BltDNCHITIS CURE,

The FAMOUS III MLDY for COUGHS._ BRONCHITIS, AST1IMX, and CONSUMÍ-ION,.

n-is the Largest Sale of Any Chest Medicino in

Australia.

DAD COUGHS

THREE CASHS COMPLETELY CURED BY ONE

BOTTLE OF HEAÜNE'S BRONCHITIS CURE.

A SUPPLY SENT TO A RELATIVE IN

«NOLAND

"Llcmvell-Ti,

Katunga, vic. "Mr. Hearne.

"Dear Sir,-i am very much pleased with the rife eta of jour Bronchi til Cure Last winter three o' my children had ver}- bad couglis, and one bottle cured tile three of Hiern. The housemaid also had such a severe cold thit she entirely lost her voice, but Inlf a bottle cured her. I always t-cep it m the house now, and rccommmd « to amone requlrim- a medicine ot that kind

,"1 now nant jon to send at once foo- bottles to England to my mother, who Is suffering greatly

address is enclosed, s gratefully,

"JOHN S. MORTIMER."

The Relit he in England, who Is 80 years old, also Cured by Uearne's Bronchitis Cure

"»"AS _ GREAT SUFI-RER.

HAD NOT WALKEÏTFOR 12 MONTHS.

ALWAYS WALKS NOW AND IS QUITE WELL PEELS STRONOLR THAN SHE HAS DONE rOIt

. YEARS.

8 Watson street, Burton on Trent,

Btafiords-iire, Lngland Mr W G IJcirnr, Geelong

Dear Sir,-\ our letter and Bronchitis Cure to hand quite sait 1 nin sure jou will be gl»d to know that your Bronchitis Cure han quite cured rae 1 was Aery glad when it carne ns I was suTcring from a severe ittbc k of bronchitis at the time it arrived I had went for m> own doctor, but lud not lind one night's rest tor n week. I started taking the Bronchitis Cure three times a da> us directed» and was very much eased at once At the end of a week I onU took it twice ii da j, and thai onl> e\ery night for u week is I was flo much better when,thinks Iff the Lord for adding Hin blessing, I was quite veil, and talked into town and back without feeling any fatigue I liad not done tint picMomly for 12 montlw always went m the omnibus-ia wallang caused nie such pam and distress in the chest I nlways walk nov,, anil never feel it, and I am stronger than I h wo Kin for jiars Ï thank my s>on for his ^.reat kindliest* in bending the mcdieiii, cn*

am, dear sir,

lours \cr> truh.

\f MORTIMER

Txtrnet from n letter, since written ty the sime lad. to her f-oii, Mi lohn b Mortimer, Lien ft di) n, Kalunga, Mctorij

HUt DWCIlTm II Ali BFXN \LRY ILL

SPITTING UP BLOOD

CU1U-Ü B\ IlE\RVLb BRONCHITIS CURE

for -uin; I lud ID attack of Bronchitis Ln No \cmhci but Hearne H Bronchitis Lure .**??*_ hi, »in successful I feel quite well, and walk into town feeling quite strong

1 itm-d ink }(U to send mc hix bottles more ot the medicine, j. 1 wit_.li to have a supply in the hoiifco 1 hi\e tried to get it nude up here, mi let my chemiit li»-, a bottle to sec «lut he r:mld du He tells mc this week he can linke nothing out of it, be never saw anything like it before, to there is only one think (or mc to do, to send for more 1 lme nc\er 1 tpt in bed one day si ice

commenced to take It 1 u.icd to be in bed (or ?

fortnight at u time alw i)s and after tlut for months I was as weak an I could p>t-ib_y be, and

a Ion- dist i

.îoituthing more I must tell j ou Charlotte haï been \ery ill Hinec 1 wrote j ou Her eoua!. wa bad ¡she never had a night s rest, and

spittPhg up blood \ery much Hie doctor told her hushind that there waa nothing more lie could do for her, bu on the bundi} I t-<-nt bcr half a bottle ot the Bronchitis Cure, and told her to tr> it, and if »be uid not use it not to wa>tc it

hut send it bick again She had such confidence in her doctor tint 1 thought she would not try It

On the Wednesday 1 sent over again, ind ¡she was much better, the night s test w ip very good* and cough mid bidding from the 1.UIL,S better Sha hont for another half bottle, and on the following bunda) sent o\cr to sa) tint ¿.he was quite cm ed and dfd not require any more medicine bo \ou

Prepared only and hold wholes-ilc and retail by the proprietor W G lil AlïM , Uiomist, Le^lun.,,

Victoria Sin-dl hi/e, 2/t., large, -J/ii bold bj I

DR L L SMITH, LiA, IRQSL, ¿cc,

41 Collins streit, Melbourne

Consultation by letter, Jut, consultation at home, £_/]/, including medicine Morning«, till 2,

even inga, 7 to U_ _I DlbiltlCl MEDICAL CLUB. 513 Ulubeth st '

A , Market buildings, daily, J to J, 7 to I)

.All disLcbC3 treated Advice and medicine, I)r Malone),jiur^eoii _ __ __ DlïlMvlNMbb - Di keelo-, GOLIJ

ttUU, ' Ihc most wonderful nformatht ever diKO\eiul Suit a;,enc) Uti I iftlc Collin-, st

1/il'U J PUL 1 lib-Trench s remetí), immédiats

?J relief, permanent cure, valuable booklet, free Union Manufacturing Co , 361 Colllna-st,

Melbourne

Ci It A \ J L

. (_ UKI I) \n 1 II 'i KI ATM* NT 11 _ SU __V I MLI-UOUltM. DOCnüRS

0 Barkly avenue, Mähern, Mctoria,

Dec _1, 100O r Mi b A r AI-MI-II

]>cu Sir-I consider it mv boundon duly to let suffering hunumty know what 'Webber's .ita

datiu" han dune foi me -Vor the la_t ten .car. I luna bun a terrible buff cru* with that, apoiUMiij* di*.*__-. tiri, il, und of lit_ yeira 1 ha>_ none thro_f.li almost tmbcarablo «igom, which reduced nie tu a mort bhadou 1 w-ia lomplctcly hclplesá it timm with weakness and lu\in_r little or no sleep, I could do nothing for mjbclf 1 wau tre-itcd bv si veil Melbourne di t torn ind thev all told HIL tit it an opent.oji w is the» only i»( tits of nhif, iht} could do nothing el.o for nu, I kel t lin*_,-riit,r on afraid of un upcntion U tint tutu 1 wurt h\inj at ti \\ il-on street South \ ni ni, and well tvitown - lad) living in the K-tttic biri et Bent mc a mesrt-iyc, »id ad.i-pd nu? to try MIVDAllO fwi.intr H had done wonders for htr mother in law, who buffered from Kail

atone, mid that it would cute na I told my btusliind, aiid he ad. ised me to t,ct a bottle ut once 1 did M> md ititi r tikini* the thlid bottle the dtscjh( briant to come aw a} like pitt» H of chalk, and continued to como uw-tv fot tb mt two months Uy tint time the pnat bid tom plclcK hit nu I lotiliuucd takln_c \ itadatlo until I was quite ¡st i ont, and well and it is now iifrhtoLii iniinllis hine* 1 took tin I mt bottle and [ lim had no ntutn of the old trouble bincc [ IMU liwd ut the ubo\c addr.-». for the Ia_t twihc mouth., and IvoUi m> hiwband md nt_.self IniL told i M rjbody we know about Wtudatiu and mv ci tnpl.lnt 1 nu tliankful that I lia\c ivoided a dangerous o.ciitioi. md titi now in rfood health 1 Mt ill be jrl id to gi\e my further information to nn>oiic t tllnitf on nie it mj abo\c udditaw-'-ouis irrilifulh,

(Sfj-rixflj 1AM \I\C1 NT SITNOl It _7|1_[1HX)

, 1_ \\ icklow street, bout h _ irra (late)

1 tor further particulars,

S A PALM! n,

-!_ and 17 llOUlU-h S'lILLLTl. Ml LBOnHNP

C orrc-pondcncc im ited V\ rite for tcsli

monials .

The Price of Medicine ita 5/0 and _/0 per bottle________________ Mil 1 W UUMJ Medical Clair\ovuut and

Urrlul-st member of Australian Union of HcrluhhU (He_,Ktcred), ctUbh_l«d 10 \cdr. hue e»«HOI to Mr (. bprip^s latitnt. ultended dtll> consultation penwiiaJ or letter, ' Bruns wtek house," S Hruiwwick street fotitli, I iat Mci

bourne, netr St 1 \itrtck s Ciithedral. 10 to 4 diily Thursday evenin-jí!. (1 to 8, Saturday«, 10 to 1_ onh , bu_ine__ people, b. appointment, 0 to 7 rreseriptioim renewed daj or iu__.it Teiti mon tala pouted

MU AL1U-.1U' fc llhísNIVl, OKNlIbT,

78 Gertrude .1 , llteroy. only address.

_ leUphoni. lOiS_ I_>IM>, itching, bleeding (without oi>oration),

otbei complaints, )eir. hUndin-í, te_ti maniait* cot-ill ni it, lOjeara' experience hen? Lon iUm dsm.hcn, Mr Mu. Pee, HU near 1 o. *&

13111 UM UlbM, hciatica A.c. OimipIeteU Chíred

>V h> Mr C r Parker, siiecialist, Uï \ ie tnrla imradi, 1 it troy Coi*_ultation ítee _*re.tÍKe, Allic)ultu &c, poftted, Id stamp_ SUE KEE, Crblneso Medical UEItBAUST. just re-

turned from China, 83 years' Au-tralJjui prao tice SflO St Kilda rd , near . ictoria Parrada

rrmu NI.W _THI:NCII EEMÎDY.

THEIUriON.-This sueccssful anti highly popu lor reutuly, an cuiplojed lu Hie Continental líos pltnla by lilcord, ItusUn, Jobert, \clpcau, and athel., lûlnhlni*!} all Ula diiddcruta lu be bought lu a medicino til the klnil, und burpasses every- thing liithcrto employed.

UllEltAl'ION No. 1 inalnUIni Its world-re noiwiid and \\oll*rncrltoil reputation ior dcrau.ro. mont- Di tlio klilncjH, (wins In the buck, and kin- dred uilnicnla, uttordlng prompt rcliil wliero other noll-trlod remedies liaio been powerless.

TIII'llAPlON No. S, for Impurity ol the blood, «our*.}, pimple«, «pots, blotihos, pains and swell- ings o( tim joint-, Kout, rheumatism, und all distases lor uhlch It has bein too much the ta-hfon to employ mercury, gar&inarllla, A.c., to the destruction of buflcrers' teetli and ruin of health. 'Ulla preparation purifies the wlioli ays* tem through the blood, und thoroughly eliminate* every poisonous matter from thu body.

Tli-llAl'ION Ko. -, for exhaustion, sleepless- ness, and all the distressing coiiscqiienics ol dis- sipation, worry, overwork, Ac. It IIOHSCI-ICS surpris, prising power in restoring strength and vigour to thoso suffering from the oncrvalinir Influences of lung residence In hot, unhealthy climate«.

T.IUKAI.ON inay bo propured of the prlncl

chtmlsu snd merchants throughout the wa._ Price tu England, 2/0 and 4/0. In ordering state which ol the threo numbers Is required, und ob- servo that the word "TUllilAPlQN" appears on the British Uoiornmcnt »tump (In «hito loiters on a rctl ground) atllxcd to every genuino package

TOO STOUT,-Extraordinary, Harmless, penna

lient. Redut (lons gnat. Dotmilo Homo Ouro (rcirbtoi-tl). Free instructions, sttunp, Famous, l8 victnrla-st.. North Holbourne._ mitU-Jil.-, Delta, Elastic -tocktnts, Knell«-, X American, ami spe-l-Ily madai Orufoh -

Knee'-- **' Loin

Kneecaps. Douyer Urotlier«, cornet _w«fl»ton and LonMil« als._ _

Successful treatment all diseases, Internally and c-ternaUr, , i /

K-KDICAX.

rpunKISI- BATHS Rojal Vicide - Gentlemen to X diy and Saturday Ladies to nu.ht an 1 Mon day nl^ht 2/li Hie lor 10/ Hot Batl s daily. J/

YOUR TEETH -Skilled DI OT Al SLR\ ICES in

all branches from ti o delicate attention neccs tory to the teeth of little children to the utting of full artificial dentures for the aged .IL work Is cxclustveh up to tlatc and most operations arc painless Artltlciil Teeth that aro as firm and natural as jour own and quite as useful Each department in this practice is in charge of an ex pert specialist Tins sjstrm of dentistry docs not compete H Uli the work of cheap dentists but is the vorv best at any pi ice and therefore the most economical AU particulars (ree ARTHUR RUS SFIL American Dentist, 8 Bourke st E near Parliament house_

KAOHimatT.

A TUS COMPANY of LNGINLEHS (Scott and

-oung) IOS Uouvene st Melbourne, mauu facturera oí ti o Calyx and Diamond Drills Vi ood "orklin W eil boring and Refrigerating MA OHINMtY Althouse Mindinills Pumps Engines, Rollers lie __ __ _ _

A and J ST1-V.AR- and MENZIES LTD,

. Queen s biidgc S Mci- hold large stocks BLAOh Uah aimed SIL AH 1ÜBLS and Httlngs Roller Tubes &.c_ BVIIERILS lumps Retorts, binding Gear

M atti! i, 1 illida quantity of Brickm iklnj, Maeliicr) Madar and leal -Ila Mctoria st Al botsford _Victon-i st tram. _ ___ Billi-Hil-S and all Mining Re luisites Pulleys

I lununcr 1 locks SttsfUnt,. Castings uf every description Vi Anderson and bon» Jeffcott bt Wes. Melbourne and 1 incoln st Richmond _ BLUTS- -Genuine Raliti in ill widths

and ply« Rennie leaie and Co un porters Stocka ut Milbouri e Sjdnej 1 i-rtl Coolgardie _ _

Bl W11 II Mil ""and Co ii pincers ""furnishers

in 1 rcprcscntilic, in Vustralia Jangles limited St cks carried m Melboun e bjdne.

Perth Coolgardie_ _ ____^_____

BUTTER l*A_TORY MANU1EHS - We stock

all jour requirements .our inquiries I romi tl> replied lo liol nie lean and Co_

CRUC1ULI b-11-.I.I and Malleable _A_UNG_ at

lowest quoi liions Davies, and Daird steel and iron works Brunswick_ ENGIM I lib TÜOI-3 I-ulhes I lanius .Drilling,

Machines Ingine semi i ortable Roller 10 li I .nols every dtscription Mliai ce Irou Works Hninsi. lok._ ITIOR <-SU.il two 1-irgc CHILI \N Mil 1 S Icaiy

. rollers in good order I) lion Burrows ii 1 Co I rinco_bnd|,e_ FOR SUE encap becondhand Cormih

»OILER _Sit \ Mt Oin aid rngine. lGta x Iflln Inspection iniltrd at Thompson n^id Co s I i gineenng Works Castlemaine_

p ASI ITTISOS n -L T 11 S, ^ in critic m it WORK

SliriT 1LU1 II \l) l'IPI 11V PIPE,

S W11 \R\ \\ Mil

We hue a len 1 irc.o js-rtment of W1S11 1IWD U\S1NS LUttM". " \SIW1 VNDS allot iir* best design Mc ean silil> M> it will pie jtu to tive ns a cill if }ou should require in. if thtse -irticlis 1 nees are veri- rcJsônible

INSP) CTION ISMll 1)

M

ITA I* S MITALS stock Illbbltt s Meta] ISIaek Tin Phosphor e, I>lia»plior lui VLLOC11I Ilrand ot Talent Metal for Hearings Helta Metal liar», "itinioni Shiel Brtss Sheet toner Sheet /mc, Sheet Aluminium rubes in Copper, Uriss, Tin, /mc, and Muiiiiiiiuni

J0II\ DXNHS and S0\ PROP 1TD, Jill UOUlthLSlltLLl, Ml LI10UUV15

Wv'

vron Mi-ini« SLUICC \ \LVLS

rought Iron Pipe Plumbirs Requisites

iii i us m i us

URL URIGVDP HMHtlAI

HIHSS and GUN MLT U* U\S11NGS

rngincers and other* rpi.iiiriiifr castings in finn Metal lîross Phosj lior llronz or Vluiuinium i Inie llieir orders exieuled prom] til

JOUV D\Nh» nnd SON PROP LTD, 2J1 UOUIthJ billin, MLIL10UR.NL

w

rmiiiïs i s u IN«

In Weicht,

In Putting In Plnee

lu Maintenance of Line Shaft. In Bolt slippage,

III PItlCL

101IV DAMCS and "ON PROP ITD, 391 UOlNtM* STIILL"1, ML! liOUIttiL

Hell Mil tumping i Ne>lM H lor independent

u itir supply mil irrigation 1- r pirlieiitars li 1 i run nipll lo Vllstnllill Milli Co 1'" v 1 l ,1 liniment 11 I « illiim si Mell oin

XX "i/e Hld pone

I-It/JO.

ICI ml Refrigerating M'CllINHtY Particulars

and priées from Viistrnliati Metal (. i Lid Machiner) department 111 M illiain st. Melbourne ICI- an I lief rilera! nur MAUIIM lt\ 1 jrlieulan

nnd [ rices from Austruliili Metal C> Ltd, M [chiller;* depirtmeiit Iii M Ilium st Melbourne L\llll_ lin to Hin centres,"* Shaping]

1 laning Pinching and Sheanni, Machines, Wrlliil and ltldul Drills Hoots nioner*.. Vertí

1 ) leis Mining and Ships Minches l\m

rl Ml hu st

i ii linliint, Shaping, Scrciiuig Plan i_ nu, MXCHINIS, Cuahnuns Chucks Pickerin,

(ioicrnors Thomas M Plicrsin Son 5S1 Collins st LATIII_ Planing Shaping Drilling Punching

md Shearins. M\CII1M.S Ste un 11 mimer. I Hat Pinslet nourkc-hl Mell linne

M

MISII \I I S PORT .BIP KNGINLS CLMHll UG\I 11 Ml- OILINGlNlb

Îllltl-AIION PL.MS

AMI RICW VfcHMOTOlt WINDMIILS

MOAUCHl"l -UTOMUIO I AR11I SOUOPS

Oil I M IM h Uni hate no equal fur *

edie! ii t m1 Morkmui ship blocked at 1 ing\ es Machinery Dei ut _

O- NE two and three hp \ erlic-1 110111*113,

willi mountings Ure bars und chimncjs cheap A Lupton and bons, 2t Little Loli-dule st cast_ __ IJlUf I I \S cast lix n spill willi liittithui arable

iii sa lirt,u slocks beni fur lists Heimle le ire and Co leleihone Jull_ _ IJOI \TO 1)11 di B1 horsepower ne» pmo

winner lesa Hun Imlf cost 52 Crciuoin Richmond_

SU U\ S W lill* ROI 1 S ore tho liest -Il biri

nid lengtl H In stock Agents Wtleh Perrin in 1 Co _jiiael liitrj_iuereliants South Milbouii

SMITHS Celebrated Red Ihriad Wire ROI. b

ill "IZCH lengths stocked Tilos und W m sm Hi I I) inn l

SU I I 11 M1 S Iruck» and Locomotive*

tituláis and prîtes fruin .iislralliii Metal Co ltd Machinery department 11J William bl, Mell ouriie_ SU \M H 1NC11I S all size» a S| teulrv X

Lupton and bons »7 1 Ittle loi miali at T

a lill C1 NTH M M1MNU aim IIIAMWA

. Al P1,1\NC1*S PRtlPIULlARY IIMITLI),

10 Hunier street, b.DNl* i und -.1 Little ColUns

btrcet

STOCKS of STI-PL It \II_S from 1-lb to 20Ih pci j ard with accossoriis Portable Track lu Ulb rails -It taui,e Portable hwltches in lllb und _¡01b rails Hall bearing Turntables, Double side lipping Waggons jard capacity, 2ft haute, ".a eut Roller Rearing for mining trucks _c

I atuloguis and \ liutu0rap_iiu albums upon ap plication

_ _" " LEPLASTIUER Manager

mit.-('1 ION IAI INKh (two) M Imren I ami 8

X h | for b\I I it Uhtna. " " ham -mil St \ lea _28 i limb Hi M

rill I II I10NI S lor ull iiiipiM stitloies Olli

end for catilotue Diaiir ind Co,

little Collin, st

\yK

lurUide Ironwurkb ncur_HuyiuarI et N Meib \-\71NDMII US from Au Alston *

»V -troii,ist simplest most dur ii le _

South Melbourne near lineen s bridal 1 ne of \\ am iintiool_ WORrillNÜTOfTpUMp-rirc the standird f***"*

buller feeding cj anide and water supply Victorian agents Wilch, lcrnn and Co, Moray I B1 ""-niHi Méllenme-_

(1 oi Continuation of thin Class of Atl\ cr

ti-emuits seo I'HRC 20 )

I*AT_ ABV-_TI3__-__-_.

THIS D.ÍY!

At Three O'clock. On the Premises.

8Ü DK.N'BIOH-HOAO, ARMADALE.

Modern and Faithfully Dullt W.U. VILLA,

S Good-slml Rooms, llatlirooiu, Pimlrk-s, W.ish

hoin.e, Copper, and Trougles.

Land 40ft. Jin. x 16Sft. 81n. to night .(-way.

WILLIAMS and Co. (frank W. Williams, ano

tlotieer) IMIVO bi>eii liiatl-ucted by Till, EQUITY TRUSTKI«, EXECUTORS, mid AGENCY COMPANY LIMITED to OfKKIt at PUHLIO AUC TION tho above- property, which has be-on tlio roiigldy painted mid decorated, mid is lu first elia onler.

The situation cannnt bo excelled, being about 5 minutes* from Annadale station.

Title certificate. T'cnna ut sale. Further )iartle-ulars from

Williams und Co., Aniiiidiile, South Yarra; auc lloii-rooin, Malvern. Tel. U1B; or,

The Equity Trustees, I"eoutora, and Agency Company Limited, Queen-atrcet._ PHAETON", lever hood, silver mounted, brake,

Lunn; rt-al Irargiiiii. Commercial Hotel, Xtttt-at.,_Port Melbourne._ PONY, 14 hands, nuggetty, any trial, sound",

rising 8. Sweatman, 12!) Alarlbyrnoiig-rd., Ascotvale._ FOR SALE, lO.honio ilÖlLEIt, good as new;

also, u-horaa Engine. T. Holden, (lee long.___ _ _ PIIONlMRAlMIS.-lUiCOHDS.-Suppliei "Ploro,

dora'' ami other seleiitioua; ti visit will repay you. Edison Phonograpli Supply, e-losu station, I'cwtiioray._ __ ___ _ PHONOGRAPHS.-4000 HECORriS. latest Uti«;

Inspection invited; now shipment Phono graphs, \vliolc_do and retail, K-.ll*>» Phonograph Supply. Koohicray.

_.--__-, SEASIDE R_80BT8, "0.

ANGLESEA IirVElt HOTUL.-Oceau, mou-i

tain«, shooting, nihill., boating, C'obb's coachwi dally. Mrs. Jackton, nronrjetrci».

*1_~~_ EUI_C_ Mountain 'IIÖMK, -_ö_i-.7~jÎ__J

X% vale Farn,. 80/; visitoT met ut Woodend, (rec. Mr«. M'Elhlnney, 1004, \Voodim,d,

**£^_fîîÏ!_~niV_nr^"-ui_l_H_ "* COTTÀOK, J\. boat, bathlng-boi, vacant January 30. t. i\ Buter, ("oolong.

HOTOU- SKAS-DE RESORTS, Jt«.

A

BALLARAT. _ » LESTER'S HOTEL,

TUE LEADING DOUSE.

UNDER VICE-REGAL PATRONAGE.

& SEWARD, Proprietor. ;

A A. - The GRAND HOTEL. MELBOURNE.

UnrivaUed for Its Comfort, Excellent Cuisine, and

MODERATE CHARGES.

Table d'note Dinners Open to Non-residents.

PRIVATE DINNERS, WEDDING BREAKFASTS,

And RECEPTIONS n SPECIALTY.

W. H. BURGESS* '

(Many Years at Melbourne Club),

Manager.

A T LAKE TYERS HOUSE, GIPPSLAND, ti. BEST' HOTEL in VICTORIA.

¡Scenery unsurpasscayboating, fishing, shooting, -team launch, bathing, salt-water baths on pre- mises; post, tclcgiaph olllee; 7.50 train from Prlnco's-brldge, via Baimsdile, through same day, ~r stop ovei night Kalimna or Cunninghame.

J. C. DAHI.SEN, Proprietor. Cook and Som..

Turill, applj' Manager.

~~ "SELECT MOUNTAIN RESORT

..URACEDALE-HOUSE"

(Near Healesville).

Midday trains met; others when adtUcd. Telcgraph-olflce on premises.

_CHARLES N. OILUERT, Proprietor. A

au I'LL, Madame ETEKKSiinuClER, Proprietress.

ALL VISITORS to PORTLAND e\iol its un

equalled attractions as a seaside resort VI M.CS iisitora will lind bupenor hotel ACCOM MODA110N at a moderite Urtu" laces tile ocean

APOLLO HY. HOTEL A 1 Cawood Pronrle

tor-Train to torres! thenee coach fucs ilajn and Saturdijä returns Vondljs liidujs, steamer from Mcllournc Molldais_llnirsdajs_

T~S_ 1 IE-JAN*, Narbethong, via Healesville,

tourists receive every attention, tun,« ROOMS, cxtcnsnc ground-, tennis fishing, shoot- ing M A Miller _ _ _ __ Al Wulkcrs COU LI* PALACI 311 \ letona

st , W cat Melbourne, the best ACCOMMO DM ION, terms ni-dcrate. try it, trams

T" W _RR\ MMOOI, O-OM HOllI, Irçest

health and plcasuie resort In Mcturu, terms Irom i.1/21 wed ? 8/ per daj_ AT liUELN-CLI-F, the -RAND HOTEL.

\V_Mortlmcr proprietor_ ï~PORTbE\, The Nrpean Hotel £2/2/ weekly,

or 8/ dallj J Cain _

AniOS WLSTTRNPOUT COH_L PALACI-,

Tooradin - Boating, thshlng shooting, cyclists resort Trains met II advised_

ALBLR1 P Ville COU I L PVLICL Noir ileich

and Baths-1 rams stop at door telephone brencli chef Wm_l'objoj, manager _

~\ lOLLO BAY - M1LIORD HOUSE-Good AO

____ COMMODMION, ¿0/ week, couch ICL.._ , lui rest Puesdaj, baturduj, returning Mondaj,

liluj) Mrs Cawood, proprietress_ _ "~,\~N"**""CR'U-T b ROM! in the lOREST, -i .

__A. leet Pleasure Resort -lill HEHMUAGÈ, Blacks Spur, via Healesville J Vi Li_dt._

A NUI RbON b INLET -Hiifcg s Hotel, In*ver

loci \ ia North Outtrim -Cood ACCOM MODA1 ION_tlsluiig, »lrootiiu, boating, bathing

A^lllLY S INLLT - Good river, sea fishing,

bhootint, boals, free, telegraphic comuiuu cation Warner's, beawew house

Al \lanuklpark~lltrwick, sup rtor \CCOM\IO

I) VI ION for visit r. MIM Hedrick (late Sa wiury house I ppcr Beaconsfield)_

AT MW1IILD ' WOODIND tood-AÖ" _COMMODMION 1 Hirnes _

A viu« «lil IIIUV, llltilllll ItHjlilKrU lilly -?A. and chill (10 months oil) mountain re-*! dnee Heil sulk ROO 1 t ible i.ict-*-ri linns

Ac ,_Jxiuitj care oí Vruit,_ ACUIMUOD M ION good seel cn, luiuci-ll

spungs llshini" si ooting )/ Mrs 1: lluwcn Willow! ile tarin 1011 Mill Woodend

BRAEMAR HOUSE, TVOODEND

(Mount Macedon)

2400ft Above bca Lu c1

NOW OPFN for the reception of MblTORS, har

ing undergone extensive alterations and

improvements

Conveyances meet midday train at Woodend, .hers when requistcd

Letters, lclic,r_uus receive prompt attention

A T JAMEb Lessee.

B LACON SI lil D ITPPI II -^SAI 1SBUH - ROUT-,

eundueted bj the Misses Corder Visito: to this eliarming mountain rctrt*-ti is ill have the comfort studied in every way 1 ern gullies btai

tilul drives mountain ur 1 uller particulars from

nd M Corder, bjll-burj house. Beacons Held _

Bl \< ONSI II I I)-W bite s Gil PSl \ND I10TI I,

-S mils Melbourne three minutes stltion superior M C UM MOD VI ION , moderite clian.es,

pints best brands, billiards, shooting, Millik, driMiit,, no jount children during holi

S \( ONSI 11 1 1) R\NOI_^-onifo7tSiûr~îârm

HU~iU shouting fishing, lvthinff 1 gum l ?Hore met it Berwick if aû\Ised ' Braeside,

i er lîeuconslield

B

Bh-X-NSHtUl UPPLit. health resort, nl_my

reconiuiinded medical faculty. Illustrated guide, Od iuforluatiou Chairauu l'rogrcdali o League __

Bl KI It S «Hill llVltr HOTIL Melbourne

I mt cla«3 tainily and commercial hotel, tims m d rite_ > l_ll,ker iro|iictor __ _ Br-AUMUlls Noicil for Scciicry - UOTFL

iceoiid lo non lound hi. , tunis modérale tel o Chclteiihim L luidla. 1 rupnctrcis

B\LI*AR \T -\ sitora lind sill erior I OARD, IIS

slDLNU toit) looma, moduatc M» Sai iel MjiCOttc Mair st__"_ BAlti.O. HLiUIS 1 \1ACL - lopular seaside

ltLSOkl, first class gol! Unka Uablut,, ihootlnc., eiety attention_L ltobtrtson_

BHU.H10N LL\CU. HOiAL ILUMl.NUS

11011 L.-ACCOMMODATION )r visitors, terms moderate Iel IS, liric,hton II Kemp, proprietor __ BULL and MOUTH HOTEL, Morrell's Bourke

st, refurnished Ihroughout, charges mode rate Nifcht porter Ucst lunch in city_

PUH VIO MOUM VINS-Hit Húrtalo I*odgo X-> ovi rlookint, lim t urrfc I or particulars iiplj I Mint Id J m \l| iiic_Ruide Porcpmik iii

BOM D mil HUslllI NCI home comfnrts~terms

modérale Halls met Kitti ml Mi hill, liinnerski Wo du d N

BLVCONS1IIID I1IIIS Ilealtli Resort-Coln

fort-ilile HllMi lier, attention Particulars Mrs M 1* UrolMl L[ per llcatouslltld_

IÍL.-.CH I ROM U, uni ill -Supeuor VI COM

> UODUION Saturda. to Monde) Speel lill}

H Uli I liant -Ü Cheltelilinin

U_-ll..O_lll - Mis-i Pickersgill 01 \lbcrt

id , recclics Xourista ui]d_Ctimi__c¿.ceu_

O _K O NATION

Ti let for thm nioiiths (Mo. lune and lull) ill funiislicil ind delicjitfiith situated 1101 si

uitli I bil ml 4 iiti.itiou rowis all niodeni com cm ne s I ni ile .rirdtn to tirracc

Coninumlcati ins lo Sirs 1OHNSON, 8 lient ter 11 llanover ( He London N M

Nothiiig__iind 1 -DO Miineas entertained _

/"XOW1S lilli I IP Isl W11 and SVN RIJIO \-> (Sunda, s Ixe 1 le !) -Tr linn dill. 810 1

1-llndir st, coined ni ss I ei Lta jrriic Corns 11 40 n in San Runo 1 10 p m returning S S GcnW-i, Sin Reino lilli 0 lu um, lalliig Cones train die Milli limit 110 pin Return ¡arcs -Melbourne- Sin lUino 1 t elliss H/fl, KI, Cow« l»t tia. s 10 nil »¡ _

/10WI S COI. V l\NN-l.ood VCCOMMODV KJ HO\ for imiiois, bui_by meeta steamer If idijsect__[_._!> "_

COM I S -GI NI bl V 1IOUSI - Uood ACCOM

MODUION close pier, batta, terms 80/ el 0/ pir du. Mr-, Ktnllon ___ _

COW li- P1IILI IP INLAND 11011 L close b-tha

good Vccoiuiiiodatloii und r n w management, lils ni ilerlt _M _St-ind veil IiAice_

COW1S-ISII OI MIGHT 110TI L, OvcrTook"

lui, Da. and Pur-Splendid ACCOMMO 11VT10N good bportlni,, health paradise Guest

d Philllis lroirlitora

COMIS-OSHORN! P\IUi on beach elo. pur

md laths, JO/ neck ?/ da. Mrs c II

Uro» 11

c

health 1 aiadise 1 11 Nunan Drisdule _

C1I 11 "ION SPlilNl S Iludir l)istint,uislieil lation

s m,e -Sea bathing hot sulphur baths, Courier ni d 1 xciUlor dorl) delightful trip

CvrilLDRM II01I I Sianston and 1-linden

St, Melbourne Neir VII trains and Iranís - .[sitora \CC0MM0imiU), daily lunthoon P 11 lte.nolds__I roprlctor

ORO. DO-" - Comfortable ».COOM MOD «TONT

quiet country home, terina modérale Mrs

/""tOMKORTAIlLlf ACCWM.*ilOI>.'ÍTK)N, farîïï"* yj itiouutuln air, pi ino, cream, milk; 20/ weekly.

Mrs. Uiookod, Brookljn r_rm, Crojilon.

O AURU.M.-SEAC0MBE-1I0USE.-Superior" AC-

COMMODATION; bathing, tlshiug; 110/. m Swnmton*st., or Mrs. Turner._ .T-lUfF COTTAGE, CLIFTON SPRINGS, -""""The "O premier holiday resort. Visitors will lind superior ACCOMMODATION, combinée! with civility and aUciiiion; terina 25/ weekly, Mrs. Uastiiient. _ __ ^_ CHRISTMAS HILL, Sunnyside.-Good ACCOM-

MODATION visitors, homely lunn, lovely drives, _shooting;_2-/. M. Ilurris.__

D' ~AYLI-*l"OHD, AMERICAN HOTEL. Hcp'oUri

Near Panions Springs.-üootl ACCOMMODA TÍOS, shooting, cjlMjueet lralns._H_Hlghe_l

DAYLESli'OUD.-APAHTMliNTS furiiÉlied, coin:

lurtuble, modérale, bull I.inilly or hullo*;

beautifully situali**J._MKs Crotty._ DAYI.ESI'OIU).-ll.*irii-cniy,""l>alv-Hl., Near Gar-

dais.-BOARD and RI_jlDRNCE; terms moderate._ _ _

DAYLHSTOH1).-Superior HOARD and HESÍ

DENCE, *2 minutes fruin pust'Olll-c*. Cots-

wold, J'.O., »aylesford._ D" AYLI*.SI*'ORl>. - LULWORTH, three minutes'

Hepburn Mineral Sjnlngs, excellent ACCOM-

MODATION._Tin' Mime« Kolluwuy._ T\AYLl-li'ORI)T-COMMERCÙL HOTEL, J, WT XJ Htubli- proprietor. Association-house, O.T.A. Hot and cold shower batlis. Pilleo for Cobb and Co. DAYLKSÍ'ORD. - Tho KAULAN -'AMIL.

HOTHL, highest position, unrivalled view tiom baleoiiyj tenus moderate._.

DROMANA. - Good ACCOMMODATION at

"Alinga" for seaside visitors; trap meets boat; tennis; terms, SU/. Mm. M'Koowa._ DROMANA". -"Kangerong. - Superior ACCOM-

MODATION seusido visitors) sea bathing, tcnnla; jnoderute turill. Mrs, Shaw._

DROMANA.-Y1LI-V, fiirnlshetl."" vacant I*"ib.~l0,

plann, bathing-box, every eonvenionce. HigR. SVcdilorburn._ "IJUitNDERS HOTEL.-Samo llrst.rlnBS eifel en X1 gaged us last year; lineal, health resort Vic- toria.____ __^ ' __ FLINDERS HOTEL.-Côachca iiiect"áll traînai

Combined tickets, iiniiüoWt-iry hotel vijItunH littet», teltyrtnw. K Or>iit.

'ffi'î'rSTÏHTiBt^'l-atnoinh-.'" op Opean Cliff». X1 Good ACCOMV.OPATION, golf,* tennis, shoot- ing, Hilling. .', T. Pebble, proprietor.

HOT___. _______ K__0_,T_, _-.

TTlLDiDLIlS- 1-urnlshcd COTTAOl- (Innisfail) 9 I- ."-" neat beach Apply Jame*i Kennedy, TJlLUiDi HS - I uriiishcd ULLA 10 rooms com X lortablc bathing box >acant 8th rcbruar.

(i Day______ Fit-.NKsroN -Ma k ioungs Pier Hotel supe-

rior ACCOMMODATION for seaalde \_itors, fishing shooting and nice drnr_._

RLRVlblirD COTTAI.F close Lower 1- Gullj

«...i"" __./ si,ort term Address Country UltVISHLD ROOMS and Houses to Let large

Hat to choose from, stamp for lists Otway and Co_Queenscliff__ GLADSTONE HOUSL -Superior VOOOMMOD V

HOIS for ilsitors 100 looms trains pass

door 81 A letona st^_J, Melbourne_ G ELLONG Bay View House -Superior AC

COMMODV1ION 21/ per week 4/0 day Miss Dtlah inty proprietress_

GLELONG -MACh. S PALACE HOTEL Over

looknc. Corio Ba) -Lvcrv convenience, hot balhs billiards n oderalc._It Strachan _ GULLONG Clontymon -Superior ACCOMMO

DATIOV close to baths every convenience, billiards Ml_ Brain (late I evensey crescent)_

G ELLONG - Dysart 1 eveuse. crescent.-Mr.

tlasa ACCOMMODVTION close to baths and

gardens Miss Meigs_ riUI-Unll HOUSE, Burwood rd Glenferrie" VT -L\cellent ACCOMMODATION boarders ,isilors ramilles_1? Gartddc Manager_ _ rvLMBROOIi - VCCOMMODATION tor visitors VX Vpply Dys-nd Gembrook Post office

OLIDAS in SOUTIIURjr TASMANU

Breezy Brignt Bracing

Cheapest Trip on Mccord

1 ampnlct- I roe

Al pi. 1 ountt Association Hobart

n

EATHORN'S UOTEI

HOISVRT

The Leading House in the City

THOMAS ULATHORN, Proprietor

HA71 L DI LL, Sassafras -Good ACCOMMO

DVTION convejancc meets trains Satur dus, 1 35, others as arranged M Huyes_ HVMPTON TLA Hld WINI t, VRDLNS - Good

VCCOMMODATION for boarders bathing lio\ 1 J hronhuber_ HI VLLb\ li 1 1 -To I et, furnished ilOJjai, 7

rooms, bath, elevated position, splendid view Leo J ord_ ni VLLSV II I 1 - Supcnor ACCOMMODATION

for visitors tenu*. --/, orchard, piano, *? - gonctte if idii-ed Gnietbuni Dim

TXrVLl SMI I I ""V**"- Superior VCCOMMOD VTION ___-" for visitors terms lol, convejuuec if ad v isetl _M rs J l-nniuiston Olive Hank_

nfcAILSMLLL - NYORA, Mountain Home,

2-OOIt , scenery unsurpassed, visitors AC-

COMMODAT ID, terms, 26/ _ Mr__RoborU._

HEALI SVILLL, Hathronc house, Close to Sta

ion-Superior ACCOMMODATION for visi tors, terina moderate Misses Tcvlin

ni VI I bV II LI -Supenor VCCOMMOD VITOV,

visitors, lovclv ixcuerj good table every fort Mu* M Guiness The C len '

V.L. - .L., . - ii UAH-..s ¡linn, o/a XX. dailj, i.2/1/ vvecUj Cobb s coaches dell) Hermitage, Narbethong, bt. lilians, Marysville.

Mrs Daly Proprietress,_

HE.LLbMLLE - GRAND HOTEL 8/0 daly,

i.1/21 vvoeklj blarp s Rojal mail coaches. Percy A Hurt Proprietor Cook s coupons. _ HI VII* SMI LI -Superior ACCOMMOD VTION,

firm visitors close station Particulars lluttliinson s Rook Warehouse, Little Collins Bt

I cider HI lekwood houn

\. ni Phi a AUal KALIAN HOTEL, MaryivlUc, J--- via 1 calc-villc-Trout lislung, fern gullies, waterfalls unsurpassed for grandeur, post-ofnee uniMWephc-c connictctl_Cook and Sons agents, K.NITOS - li neville comfort ible_HOMl,

opposite Botanic ti gardnis i ool cltmatc every attentitn near rttatiou Miss M V Monisa LOHNI* -lo LL1, WAR1-1-N, the residence

of Professor Harper, from 1st I ebruary, best house in central position near beach, betwec lest olhcc und pier, well furnished, all requisite: ?lull John bulling Lorne _ LORN* - ERSKINE HOUSE -Forest, moun

tain river, ocean scenery, every comfort And attcnttou Daily coaches to and from Dean a

Marsh C M Herbert Manager_ LÔRNL -Hooke s LORNE HOrLL, finest Bltua

Üon, flrsf-class accommodation, hot, cold hath«. Chas Rooke proprictoi

"I ORNE -GRAND PAU-IO HOTEL, close to

jetty, coaches dolly from Deans -Urah. Miss I evvis Manager __ LORNE -To Let, Purnlshed COTTAGES in best

_positions_Apj.lj John btirlin*, Lorne

»TINDLR1IS, * Esplaiudc, Mornington-bupe

J-J nor private BOARD and RESIDENCE, new croquet lawn J Holcomb_

LAUM HING PLACÍ Donvue ' - Good AO

COMMODV110N for visitors fishing, shoot lim Ax_ terms moderate Misses Hand_

Ï VUNCIIINt! PLACE-Cood ACtOMMOD.

Xj i ION OH firm for visitors, orchard, terms

Mrs Huchinun___ "vTM HING PI All Gleneu irt - HÖMI In i mount lins neir Millcson s Glen dtlmhtful inn tishing, shooting,, visitors met btatioli ss. s 1 wari_ U/MIVll MAURA' Beiiitlfullv Slt-atid"""** I VmiVLMODMlON Jouii(, people mil dill n dunnt, holitluj-, Influât le-tuuonials, mode nitt__

T 0\M li URNlltLI Í ULLV -Po lit I fur

XJ nislicd HOO-b, u-L kitchen Mrs Char

_lir_r UiTitree Cullj_ M.CEDON UPPER-Mailors will And every

toinfort md attention at Gracie s Rose h ink " bcautifullj situated, tenms, lislung shoot lill, hot and_old 1 albs _ _

M*- ACELON UPPER-W VTI 111 A-LS liÖT.T

under new management, health resort, good ilinioi allon G Christian, Prop

M-VC1 DON UPPI R. - Ide il Rl"_ORrré.mfort

and attinuon rooms vacant leb 1, tenus Í.1J1/_Morrisou_, Jtiueedon liou.se _

MAllVsMLLL - HIE GHANCE, Mountain

Home, 20001t , bath, (ern gullies, lovely alks. Mrs. J Lason_

MVHVbVIUl -1 room«! lumtsliod HOI SI

I oard o(tioni] bath mount lill air Mrs ii ill» Cristal Ilrouk _ _

MOL VI MVItULV- Cooil \COO\IMODV1ION

a nunutes fn ni leach t* l\i. lor Grand View N ill i Mount Marti l _

MLLÜUUI NL COiiUb, lALACx. 210 Bourke

st.-Moot centrally situated. Comfortable ACCOMilODAriON .arill curd posted on appU cation __ _ ___

TlOHNlNflON Parkside villa -Comfortable ali. seaside 110ML foi lisitors excellent allua ti i 5/ » el h MM Ilutkr

MuliSIM 10V -I urni'hcd COTÍ VG-I 4 rooms

11asouablc 1 Matthews, -0 1 Harlin st, l era}_ MOIIMNCION luurioumid lundsl td COI

I 1.01 to I TI tlo- louth Hld nllvil. sti

lion_jiuu stalle terins_jiiod rate M Dunlop

Ml M VII 111". - liirnisnccl HOUoL to Let sum

mer -ti on stable toachl ouse Diocesan Itt try hw ii stun si_ _

fío-.ROON, Christina*! Hills Dea-tlfuliy

blunted ttcclleut table, larc,c rooms drlv inD con fort Mrs and Miss Cumberland

Oe*l VN GltOM- Malckinc, house, Oicrlooking

öoutherii Ocean, elevated losltion 3 minutes buch fishing, shooting, boatini, A Churchward O C1 VN ORO". L 1I0USI- ti ate Coffee Palace),

Ocean t,rovi -bnriialleil öeuside ltcsort pinelieed nanateintnt, ACCOMMOOA-IION

tictlltd A Isaacs

O C1 VN t ROM. - SLAV li M \IIJ V, fllrnl h I

I rums splendid situation John lall, 13ü Helmen rd Moonee Ponds _

O Viel VNDS I LIMJLR.S -I meat i osltion ad

Joining "olí links, llshin-. shooting, boating, own eoiisjind poultr. Mia Pullinc,

IJOINl lONSDVI 1 H DLR VI 1 KI A.CI Minuto X Ocean Hi ich VIoii Slilpi ing fcpni V crunchih -5__£t_or___CC'UM\_aDU__JS_W_\_^

1_)VLVCi HOI bl Bourke st, lias bttn reno

lattd throu-liout John A Hilson, Pro prictor_ TJALVCI H01LL has superior drawing dining, X reading, and smoko rooms Board and ltesl

dence -/Ü

JVLVCL 11011 I -Chari.es reduced on I) floor

single Itooms, from 7/ upwards, double, 12/ upnards_ IjlALACl- HUTU -Hot and cold water in each

._room also electrlo__.lght_ln every room_ JJVLACI IIOH Ii has every convenience, lu

and cold shower_batli8 IIIH| ectlon juillet!

POINT IO\SDAII- -Till COH-LL PALVOI-^

I Irst rain ACCOMMODATION fishing shoot it g boatilg, terms moderate v\ li Cottee, manager _ _.__ 1J01N1 IONSIIAII - lo let f irnlshed 10V V

X COPI VUl 1 large rooms, minuiu ocean

beach S A. Case

TJ0HTAHI.IN0TON. - MISSING'S HAY X HOTEL, tlrst-dasa table; - turlff, 'ia/ \scek._. _

"PORTARLINGTON.-GRAND HOTEL, Bplcndldly I

X situated, close, pier, ballia, beach, superior ACCOMMODATION; under new management._ ijORT.VItl.rÑGTON.-GIt.VND HOTEL.-Turill tul X meet the times, SO/ week, 7/ day. Thoa. Wajtdçn._ 1">OHTAItLINOiX)N. - Miller's FAMILY HOl'EL, I

splendidly situated, close pier, beach; tlrst* ' clasn table, superior accommodation._ ,lJ01t'l"ARLI,NUTON.-'. X mailed COTTAGE; rate. Mrs. Mathieson.

13AYNESVILL1..-Prosscr'a Temperance Hotel,,

- good ACCOMMODATION for visitors; tcrms| lift/ per week; boat free. _ __ _ __ POINT "LONSDALE. -"Furiif«lic4-C'OTTÄaB,

rooms, safe licuch, good battling, close | beach. 7 Wynatay.nl., Annadale.

Q

u i: i: N s o i, i F

ROYAL HOl'EL. '

Splendid Accommodation.

Under Now Management. . Hotel M'uggonctto Moota Trulnjind Boat.

ÖUEENSCLHF," Seaview Cofleo Pala'cc, Near

Hack Beach.-Superior ACCOMMODATION, bakony; terms moderate. Jana Stephens, pro- prietress. ___ Q'Ul-XNSCLIFl'.-UIXMONT-I1ÖUSI", Esplanade.

Overlooking Day.-Excellent ACCOMMODA- TION, newly furnished; terms mode-rate, Mrs. Geary, proprietress. _ _

QUEENSCLIFF. - Anderson's BEKOlivvolfTll.,

HOUSE, Esplanade, enlarged second «tory, bah-onii-s; best iiositlon, overlooking bay; mode rate^_'

QUEENSCLIFF, Premier Seaside Resort.-For I

Furnished HOUSES, largo or small, also

Rooms, C. J. Sayle, chemist, (.ueenselllT. ' QUEENSCLIFF, Ballarat-hoiiBO, 01d-«atà_iiïïc3"

-l'lnt-clui ACCOMMODATION; tarma mode- rate. __ Mrs. _Colti_>._

QUEHNSOLli.\-YOIIK .I0-8E. «upt-nor Board

aud Residence, moderate, close, back beach, tennis, baths. Mrs. Hargctt. _

QÜEENSOLIFF COFFEE PALACE.-F!r»t~cla_

ACCOMMODATION, near butlu, pier, station; terms, 25/. __Mrs. _llowsam, proprietress.

Q" UEENSCLIF'FT-OSl'IlEY.HOUSE7"-oñiíorta-I5

howe; moderato Ur|*f. ti. BaaT, pio rn-lolor.___^_ Q"ÚE_ÑS0LI1-F EM'LANADS IIOTBÍ. i_ri_ 85/

to 48/ weekly, under ia yuan halt, (j. Peterson, proprietor._ 0"_ËKN80LU'"..-Wii (Uto p,cM-_3_ a) . ed.

ral Coff-. Palace.-Encollent ACCOMMODA

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HOT-EU» HEASXDS RESORTS..*«

"DOYAL HOTEL, MORNlNGTCf-T.

On and -fin* the Suth Januorj', SPECIAL TERMS

for ""ISrrORS STAYING ONE MONTH.

QAN REMO HOTEL.--Trst-closs ACCOMMODÂT IO TION and table, scenery unsurpas-cd, yacht inf.-fishing, driving, batiling; attention proverbial T. Bergin._. SAN REMO. - DELAMERE-HOUSE, private

harding e-Ublishmcnt; steamer met by ap- pointment. Mrs. Bonvvlck. proprietress._^ SANDlllNGUAM-HOUSb, Close ¡Station, Beach,

Baths.-Stabling, excellent ACCOMMODA- TION; tennis, billiards, free; telephone. J. C. Warrington Rogers. Manager._ ST. KILDA. - HAMPTON-HOUSE (late Coflee

Palace); every convenience; close train, tram, beach; telephone; sewered. Q. W. Hyglop, Manager.__ S" T. KILDA. - Wightman's BEAOONSF.ELD

HOTEL, Deacons_cld.pan.de, facing sea, vacant suites, famUles, boarders; terms reasonable. Tel. 65, Windsor._ QT. KILDA.-PRINCE of WALES HOTEL, re IO cently renovated, splendid ACCOMMODATION, moderate charges; telephone. Mrs. K. Edgson. licensee._ S'rr"KILDA.-Wimpole's GEORGE HOTEL, op.

railway s**ation, sea view. Suites apartments vacant, fumilii***. boarders: charges reasonable.

ST. KILDA. - At Starr's VILLAGE BELLE

nOTEL, superior Accommodation at mode rate_ates; beach, tram._______________ ST. KILDA.-Dwjer's Stir and Garter Hotel,

close to lieach; accommodation boarders,

? .tin.«!. "««Minn* Tel. 071. Windsor.

SORRENTO HOTEL Sorrento-This favourite

Seaside iamllj Hotel is now under new management _ SORRENTO-ALLEN S BACK BEACH PALACE    

equals best boteis own dalry, bath'-» tents blUlards moderate tariff ,_ SORRENTO GLENARM HOUSE, Bcauo-idly

b mated on Back Beach Rd.-Select accom inodation tiriff moderite A Kills. Proprietor

SORRENTO - MONTE VISTA. -First class AC-    

COMMODATION tarifl moderate, spacious grounds f jell c, baj J_Skelton_

SORRENTO -I urnished VILLAS Apartments

coming vacant ge-od positions greatly re- duced rents lists sent, h Morley, grocer _ SORRENTO -ORIENTAL-HOUS1* open visitors,      

good table comfortable ACCOMMODATION, ' weekly Mr aid Mrs. Hughes. _

SORRENTO -Westella-house -«plendjd ACCOM        

MODVTION Back Beach rd good position moderate tenir C lolmston_ SORRENTO-LONSDALE 1IOUS1* elevated post

tioti overlooking bay bathing box, tariff mo lerate "ft 11 Hurley_ SORRENTO 1 ortsea - Furnished MI LAS Cot

Uf.c> Al artlncl to reduced rents be--t posl lion** 1 liorpe general «lore ___tgent__

SORRENTO - furnished S-roomcd stone VMA

Inch frontage vac-int about 20tli -cbruary It.illi» It frr-sl mint rooms _

SORRENTO -1 _rroshe-l \ II LA sion 7 rooms,

piano near 11er lliskcn-, Lutlstonc-ch-mb-ei-, Collins st_______ SORRENTO -1 umishcd COU VGES near pier  

lill iglx\ rent 10/ R Iheobald tea mcrelnnt 2.10 Swan st Riel mon 1_ SORRENTO - rive roomed lurilished 110USI*   IO clos Inch vacant tehruary __ A Mall lard S vin st Burnley_

SORRENTO- tiSTurnlslied ROelbl S and Vpirt    

mints 1 est positions lowest terms upplj Held grocer l-onier btor

SORRENTO -^Tioomed COT! VC I -.lose beach    

I iano bathing box Clarke .17 Chapel st, 1 ruhrun_ _ SORRENTO -tor Himished \ HJ_,Vb Apart

ments choice positions moilerate rentals, an Ij I enteil estale Insilranec agent_

SORRENTO - . _rru-licd 8-roomed stone    

V II I..V leach frontage vac mt I ebrunry 20 Ratha Refreshment rooms_______ SORRENTO-5-roomed C01TVGI Tramway rd  

ball inj, I ox from end 1 cbru irj Grant, 116 Vale-it 1 Vlelbourl e _

SORRENTO.—"BAY VIEW," 7-roomed furnished         house overlooking bay, vacant 18th February.     Palmer, 337 Lonsdale-st.     QO-1II WANDIN - ACCOUMOD .TION for O visitors iiiRi.iliflccnt K.cncrv terms mode

te V rs cottli ti am Holly lodge._ SI VblDI* lranklt n -Sages I* VIRI 1 IGH

IlOU*-r close beach per hood accommoda f r f null__ le ms moil r _._

SVN HI MO 1 II R HOrH -Gool ACCOM

MODV1ION tille tariff moderate, horse«

buggies ki pt J Vi I sard _ _ _

SVLlsmnn HOUSr Nicholson st ntrroj Op

i xhibitlon -i Irst class ACCOMMODATION J_jss_H__Cappcr_

"FEDERAL PALACS. ÜOTEL,

Collins-street Melbourne

Uas the nnest American Soda lountnin In Mel

bourne Lippincott system Trj the now and channing drinks Just the Hung lor tbo hot

lather mu

mill HEIGHTS Yarra Glen -Unequalle<rmH X tion rooms and table splendid views, every

con 'ort Manageress __

rpORQUAY -PALACE HOTEL now~_pen- under X new management. Terms 8_/ upwards s a Tassel! (latc_Sorrento) nropjrletress.

TORljOA- COHH 1ALACI* close to bcàcïï"

terms moderate, every attculion Mrs Ed

warda

T Ül

corr« i, n moms 0 ritrroy-su Lecion -nÖ_Lct~'two larn BLDHOOMS use kltchci X dllilnprooni piano all conveniences, moir tainous Heights Ilcalesiillc _ _

MO furnished BOOMS to Let cheap and

se 1 Kellin Apply llollda. s 1004, Wooden 1

HI IIRNrlltt GULLY-ROYAL UOIEL, _ 7/0 dall. ¿ ¡2¡ weeklj Picnic parties tatercd for _J Collin | ropnttor_ VISITORS ACCOMMODVT1 D attention, Blloot

lill, firm dainties Irult, terms moderate Mrs 1 J 1 ij-rest II me Mundill_ VICTORIA COIIH PAUVCI t ollins street

Trams pass the door electric ll-ht, night

porter rarlyjucakfast _G M alker Manager_

W"' VliliSAMIlelOU-ANULl Ita HOI bl , Hop

kirs Itlier-I_cellcnt ACCOMMODATION moderate charges fishing und shooting boats and bait provide I undej_ new management O Logics. \ ¡vSvRftN VMUOOL tho laiourito scajldo reiort, VWino bathing, beach Eplcudid coastal scenery, cha ming country doves ^____ W~VRHN VMBOOI Ormond house Koroit st -

Good ACCOMMODUION, tcrma moderate Miss Harper proprietress^ _ WAURNAMBOOL.-BAY VIEW HOILL, right

on beach. South Warrnambool Good AC- COMMODATION for visitors O Swinburne, pro

prlctoi_____ _ WARIINWlllOOL-öuperior BOVRD and RLSI

DIJiCI for visitors central, ttrnis moderate Sir, 1 Cliff 1 roi rittrcss. _ _

vTEKÑVMBOOI -Good ACCOMMODATION at Mrs. V Bacon a lounsta' Home, Timor st terms moderate_

WISTOW N- Y ACHÍ CLUB HOTEL near .amer train tallis elery modern convc or visitors lunches n 1/ _

\A7">RHUR10N - V lsitore requiring comfortable VV anl lill t \COOMMODVT10N in mountain home good acener., apply J Purdey La La," li rh irton____ WVN1ID comfortable ACCOMMODAI ION,

ladi 2 clnldrm Carrum l-runkston private fimlly jrelirnd moderate terms. boillllivell, Argits oillcc ___ WOODEND, the Popular Health and Pleasure

Resort -M hFN/lE S UOltl*. Waggonette neets train b_ appolntmtnt_^^^

WOODI VU -To Let 1 roomed furnished COT

1 VII) ilso 2 furnished liooms J M

Gncjero Moo lind_ WOODI ND-Brick building, lolly rooms, \lsl

tors receive eier) attention Keatim. a COM MIRC1V1 UOl I-1 terms moderate

WOOD1VD OOFIII I"VI,VOl (late Bon Air)

-Tiriir ;.? prlctor Moodc:

?Tirlff 2,/ u week W II Stevenson, Pro

__

AMUSEl&ENTS.

T

IIL AUSTRALASIVN TURI IU-GISTLR.

Sl**VSO\ 1000 1001 NOW K1 ADY

Cent lins II o Performances ot 1- very ltacchorso for the Past Year In all the States and New ¿calami

PRICE, 20/.

Published by the Proprietor- of "The Argus"

«ml "Hie Auslralaslin," at K17 Collins-nlreet |

east .

Copies niiij be obtained from news agenta sell- ing "Tlic Argus" or "Tim Australasian," and all booksellers . .

EDWARD II H.VNbl'ElN ¡Conductor Victoria»

Opoiutlu Society), RESUMES TUITION at Glen's, 20th Januarj, PL.NOPORTE, Violin, Sing In»._ i""7VRAN/, O. KOHIEDLIOH (Instructor Working

* Min's Cullige, clasiei commence* Pebmary 8U1T; RESUMED pnvato TUITION, The Mock, Collin- st. _ _ _

PIANOFORTE, Theory, Harmony.-Mrs. j.

LjoiitJ, (lien's, OuUtiu-st.: Evan-dalo-rd., Him thorn, op. Biatlon; anilJ^ycllii^-riL, Toomk.

yÍGÍimt und SlgiioriiiaRRBOTTARO'S SINGING

'O bülIOOL III OPENS tbo tlrd F__hru,ii*v niTi«

s:

" ,, . Milano,"* Wejnlrérg'-r'd'., Hawthorn._ ' SlNOlNlCVoïco Production, PilunniÔSSblTO-;

Herr Alfred Seidel (from Royal Conserva-

torium, Loip-Ig), lUÄiUMi-D TUITION, 10 Sprirár ?. , olly._ _ "

INGING, Volco Production.-Miss VANNECK,

certificated pupil Madame Lucy Chambers and Mr. William Parkinson. Glen's, OolUus-t.,

HqwUi-rn, op station. _ ________ i IJUiOi: and Scalp -llASSAdB, Manieur«, and

Hairdrc_sli)g and Dyeing carried on by tnilncd export«. Oriental Beauty Parlour», Palma's^jiriilnintio IIP Sw___Uin*-t. _

HAIR SPECIALIST' - In low "OJÎfiyW

un», llalli Patdiea, Woak or Falling Hair. Scurl, DutidruD*, cmwult tree, "i;" .* Ji*"*' 1M llniirli-*- *"? Var.-' I*-I«h 1W ._i-j STAGE -.loverai pupil« on professional «mrs

InterTFowa olÄ-blo Äery oveuRig, 8 o'clock. Mr. A. V. Baton»»,. *»"Tu!^*'--. CRICKET BAWrUall.. Wumt*. %'. "'Ç^*,. ^

KJ Wicket-keeping OW». -alI_ifiS_.t_-t»t Mclb

A. vSSSFifii HMfobtti **} Towt», lft IWKM.

ant HAIUM-MI*. OP» WJ__Ë__________!_

-^ . ".¿«i -roU-f-ocy i

Hlrtl _P*H-*0-, l*»o-«*i Moi-ourno, MOM tmni,

TIT ES. BHNKO S O H _ B _ ¡_ Will KESUME PIANO TUITION on Monday, 10th Betornfuy. at Thurloo Black-etreet Middle Brighton and at "Allan a CoUina-atrect >

t

MK. EH. ESP JAOBB,

Conductor North Suburban Choral *

Union

Will BESU-H- TUITION BATUBDAT,

HU1BUABY 3

W H. Glen and Co and Nortlwtreet, "

Ascotvalc

»

E

Miss JULIA SUTUKRLAND D M A V ,

BESUMfcS TUITION

On

MONDA-, »EB&UAHY 3

Address

SlavrcU street Kew and 100 Swanston street.

Opposite Town I all

Professor S1F1-FANI Bl-SUMIvS IES.SONS

MONDAY 3rd ItBKUABY

TTis Private Residence

10 CLABEMONT STBEET SOUTH YABBA.

H

EBB OTTO LINDEN,", Conductor St. Patrick's Cathedral Choir,

PIANOFOltTE, SINGING.

M1 M M

1, O U 1 K WATKINS RKSUMKS TUITION,

PIANOFORTE lind HARMONY,

MONDAY, FEBBUARY 10.

_ Allan and Co.____ ISS F B A Ntl ES OSBOBNE'

BESirSlUt"

PIANO TUITION

FKIVBUABY 1. ? - Crawford's, Col linn-street. City;

_Blackheath, Gertrude-street, Malvern._ ISS LA U R A S~T K P II 13 N, '

Lill, of the U.A.M. and B.C.M.,

KESUJLKS PI.VSOFOltTE TUITION,

lOtli Febn-ary, 1002,

"Fcrnlio," Kooyong-road, Kltftaroiirick._ MISS ED1TÏI BEAK, VIOLONTJI.LLIST (pupil Oí

Mr. Squire-, l*ondon),

Having returned from England, ia prepared to

BECEIVE PUPIUS,

And to Accept Engagements for At Hollies, Ac _Alierfoyle, Circat Davte-s^eot, JiauUi___'_iTra____ MISS BESSIE KENNEDY (Licentiate of tile As-

sociated Boord of tile lloyal Academy of Music, and Itoyul College- of Music, I*ondon). PIANOFORTE and Humony. 114 Pakington street, Kew; and Melliourno.

Schools Visited.

]-.,riSS OBUIKSHANK SUTHERLAND, 1VL PLVNISTE,

BESUM.ES TUITION MONDAY, I'EBBUAUY 8, At Hazelwood. North-road, North Brighton, and

Atncnieuni, ColIIns.strcct.

M Hit J. BEAU hua ItESUMIÍD TUITION,

Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday Afternoons,

and Saturday Mornings*

Qlcn's, Couins-strcct.

Vacancies for Students, 12.30 to 1, Monday and Thursday. Allan's, Collinn-strcet_

,SS MONA M'BUllNEY, Mus. Buc, will

BESUMB TUITION FBI). 11 .

(Pianoforte, Harmony, Ensemble),

fíurko and Willa Chiliubcts, Collins-street, - . ?

And

_Athol, Falrmount-park. . ?, 1SS ISABEL KNO-, ccrliilculott pupil of Mr.

D. J. Coutts, Mlts. Dae., honours Mel. bourne University, BESUMKS TUITION FEB. RLÎABY ti, Pianoforte, Harmony, Counterpoint, and Voice Production. PupilB prepared for matri- culation and other examinations. Allan'H. Collins street; and 1*24 tïatehou.sc-strcet, Parkville. ''*

M? M M

ISS CABBIE n A A S B<

lins BBSUMBD TUITION

Elocution, ahnkspeaie Headings. - - * .

TIT B. G B E G O It WOO. D,

SINGING, ' ' :

. . -, -i.U At Allan's, and 165 Genf_rie-rQ.id. Hawthorn. "..

M

ISS IDA OSBOBNS

BESUMES TUITION SINGING , '

Tuesday, 4th.

Allan's, Coillns-trect.

Mu i it u u Í* n t_ i i

(Piai oiorte llarmoni or Organ) *

Has lUsUMlil) 1U1TION

TO Fulton struct 1 ast ht hilda

Or at

Mossm Allan and Co s Collina street._ M ISS A1LL.LN 11 UC KL BY,

TEACUUl ol LI-flCUTlON

Hlgliiiood

lNilton street

_ _____J-ast St IiUila_ ftrB 1IABOI1) STVNLrY l"\INS Mu» AÎBOC,, 1VX Mclb Turill H of PI VNOl ORTE will 1U* SI M1 1LACHINO ou the ltth Iclruurj at Allan ». Mr I IVIILS may be seen on tho nth infet, at his rootits it Vllnn s from 1 to 1 p m or after 4 p m at his icsi ienee_t Degraves su cet 1 arkville_

MISS b 1 1 F I) M A N

(I upll of Signor Randegc,er Hld Henry

Bushell loudtn)

S1NC1NO mil VOICI PRODUCTION

B*_,UMhh TU11ION MONDAI IIB I at Sutton s Music Warehouse Bourki street

Mit I lil DHiCK M1 WTON Ôrg-inwî sTl

Columb s Cliurcl Clcnforric loucher of til» Pnmofortc titcrov Ctllct,e Itecuvcs Pupila (or lLVNOFORTE Orc,oi Su«ing

Oomuillliicutloiis t lui s or

101 l*eopold air et South Yirn_

Mite. W -L NOTT (nee Mlus JCKXIO Mllott).

Mus. Aat Melb University lus arranged with Mrs. 1 red. Jolliy to toko over lier llano

forte students

TI RM beginning 3rd 1 EBRUARY

Address- Vllan un I Co und IWUaclav-q ___ ___

MJJ_ ADAMbON (lupü ol Utrr Louis Pabst),

11AN1STL

At Humes Ac

W1U BliUMl TUiriON MONDW 10th

1 LBUUABY

Teims. Allan and Co Coluna-ain-ot

SINGING.

V, orking Men s College

lirst TLRM 100-> BEGINS 7th UUKDUIY, 7 30

Mr GlUvCOR WOOD, Instructor

JltUKIJ h IITTIPALDI, J Irom tho Ho. al Conservatorium oí Naples,

PIANO and SINGING

RESUMES TUITION J VNUABY 27

Allan % Collins -street. 1 rivatc address, Gavotte, CcUibru d street Kew_

Madame FREDERICA M1TOHLLL

BLSUMLS TUITION

At Allan s on Monday Kbnary 10

~U L \ I O L I íT

HUIR HUFLSBFRG

Has RESUMED TUITION

Studio at Gleu s V| ply care of C len s Collina

street Prospectas at Glen t

O

Ï

Y

Mi_j nCRTIU GrUBVNKS

IUSUM! S lUlTIOV 11 UUU\H\ 6

Ciwydyr * Orrons road bouth

I Ibtcrnwick

DI

RFSUMEleb 8 II) Rathmines rd Aubnrn

DR M BURN! \ S (I VSSLS und private

Pill Ila BLSUMF AJItK 1 cbruury « 10 Rathmliiis rd , Aul um 116 Collins-».. Melbourne

D"

Aull_ _

M BURNEY S CLASSES -Particulars

Dit M BURNEY has Ol'hNINO (or Musical

Lilly 1UPII 11 ACHÍ It and AuuuucnslB Vpplv b> letter Rathmines Td Auburn_

Hiatat HOOK 1 reicher of Pinno nnl Violin

RESUMES 1U1UON Junuir- 11 Glen and Co s aid 25 riio A>enuc Windsor

MANDOL1NL thorou-.li arUstli TUITION by

pul II llr 1 rancis R. Peel Si dncy renns Wood's Mut.lt_ Depot SmIUi st 1 Itrro._

MISS NI LLir M CU LLAND, SINGING and

Volte Production, voices tested (roo 20o Kithdowiist, Carlton, or VUan and Co, Col

lins bt _ , MISS DL I AUA Teacher HANOI ORTL VlôTin

llanjo Mandolin 6/ month lessons on Auto harp Vamplnt, taught six lcssous Brunswick st , near Gertmde Ht, frltzro._ MISS DI LACY S Self Instructing BOOK on

VAMPING 2/(1 Auto harp Books S/, no teacher required Miss De lui y I itzro. , Kal man e Bourke-st und Cole s Arcade

MJ*

ri_ MURRAY LUCAS has RESUMED _1NG *. INO, Harmony, Piunoforto Tuition, Mon- days, Thin-days, -Tindcre-bullduigs, Fllndera-st ; 102 Glcnfexrlo-road, Glenferrie._.

MANDOLINI., Banjo, Piano -Miss Agnes Dng

Kln RESUM-ia TUITION February 4. "The

Rlock,'' Colllns-at. (3rd door, lift B)._ MANDOLINE, Banjo, Piano.-Misa Agnes Dug-

gin TEACHES at "Tho Block" daily. Mon- day and ThutBday cxccptcd. Pupils visited_ MHB AONia tfÜÖlHN, during her «äS-Crs »h

«neo In Europe, will 1?« lier BOWNWK. Terms na usual._L.,.-",.?.?

Vf 1RS* S HART ima Í<*WUMEÜ~1'UI1*«W. lW Planoforto and Singing. "Bom. * T vi -w-avcmu___l_'_urn._____^_--_Tiï53^^^

M. February %* ,S'"^,W'M ' °Atoran-er7 Mr, Breathing; ceTtTneatcs, F. M* Alc» ._

H^ÄSScÄ'^lX^llÄ 'rora S^SSÂ Mí_wShcu<J.Í". PIANO"

ÍT-^__Í^OHLFF7TirA>W>LlNi:7"Riil&T^d

M.r£ñlo visit« and roce-vea pupils Tuesday .-.jtvidav ¡nomines. Tliu Block, Collin» st, or

S"^t!_-T.--.T>»ri(«ty*-l.. b t.Klidn.

-Ô-Fr*HE-S"hts UE8DMKD TUITION VIOLS', ti. Piano, Singing, and Organ. Jua Rathdown rt.,_Nort__Carltom_ SINGING.-Ml» Augusto Linden TlESirME

TUITION February. dlon's and SI Kit* mond-tcrraoc. _____________ _ -fnoillfc. - iTi-i UAHUN 111ÍADY, certiO* V cattitl pupil Hen* Dtarich. 1C1_8-T_KS TUI TION, Thursday, February 0, Úlenraooro CoUfg», St. G-otigo'a rd., Dlstnrnvylck.

W«: FURLONa, SlngUigrPi«ñ-f-r"^*ni«!íy;

. Volco Production,. prlvat-lyi VOCAL OI/ABS, Holiday evening»; 10/ quirtorly, dal*)

^_nL--°!fe-.

(For Co*nt__u__tio«*o£ Thii CUM of Advon- .

fcJioin-nta neo Next Ftfle.) ,

(Continued from Page 19.) ,

*TJBAND OPEN-A IB CONCERT, |VJ MELBOURNE CRICKET-GROUND,

MONDAY EVENING, FF*BBUARY 3.

CODE'S MELBOURNE BRASS BAND.

Conductor, Mr. E. T. Code.

Accompanist, Mr. E. II. Htuwtein. Mualcal

Director, Fred. Macgregor.

Oont»t Commences u± 8 O'clock Sharp.

PROGRAMME.

1. March, "A Frangcsa".Costa

CODE'S MELBOURNE BRASS BAND.

2. Song, "WiU o' the Wisp".Chary

l. Mr. HAROLD J-KINERY.

3. Song, "11 Bacio5*.AnKtt

Miss DAISY BALFOUR.

-_ Song, "Angels Guard Thee".Godard

- -Mr. IIECTOB HGnTFOOT.

5. Selection, "Faust".Ooaood

CODE'S MELBOURNE BRASS BAND.

«.'Bong, "Out on the Bocks".Dotty

Miss VIOLET EfjJOTT.

7. Song, "The Romany Lass'/.Adams

Sig-or ACHILLE REBOTTABO.

8. Duet, "Sainted Mother".Wallace

, Mix DAISY BALFOUR and Ma- VIOLET

ELLIOTT.

0. Selection, "The Geisha".Jotvai

CODE'S MELBOURNE BRASS BAND.

10. Song, "When Bright Eyes Glanco" Uedgcoc":

Mr. HABOLD M'KDIERY.

11. Duet, "The Battle Eve".Bonheur MT. H. LIGHTFOOT and Slgnor A. BEBOTTARO. 12. Song, "Poor Wandering One" .. .. Sullivan

MMB DAISY BALFOUR.

13. Rurtasla, "Songs of the Sea".Round

CODE'S MELBOURNE BRASS BAND.

14. SOTJK, "Island of Dreams".Adama

Mr. HECTOR LIGHTFOOT.

15. "AsUiore".iftotere

Mas« VIOLET ELLIOTT.

l8. Song, "Nanella".Mercadante

Signpr ACHILLE REBOTTABO.

17. OoncCTt Polka,"The Washington Guard" Miller

CODE'S MELBOURNE BRASS BAND.

Af___ion to grand-stand and ground, 6d.

The Great Edisoma Pictures again Next Monday, February 10._

w

LBOURNE SWIMMING CLUB.

GRAND LADIES' DAY and AQUATIC CARNIVAL,

SATUBDAY, 8th FEBBUABY, 1902,

" At,HEGARTY'S BATHS, ST. KILDA.

Splendid programme, including Ladies' Brace- let, Naval and Military Handicap, Blindfold Boxing Contest on Raft, Giris' Races, Farces, i.e. The Bavarian Band will render selections.

Admission,-'I/; children, Od.

GERALD R. BLACKBOURN, Hon. Secretary.

ni/rELBOURNË EIGHT HOURS __L ANNIVEBSAEY COMMITTEE.

YAKIE-T ARTTSTS, JUGGLERS, CONJUREES,

Dancers, Highland Jig, and Fancy

and all Up-to-date Stage Nov-lties,

- - For the

ANNUAL FETE at EXH-BITION,

APRIL 10 and 21.

Apply by letter only, to

.JAMES DODS, Secretary Amuacment Com- mittee. _

__FA

FETE, EASTER

SIDE SHOWS, ACROBATS, also MERRY-GO ROUND, WANTED.

Stat« terms and particulars, either separately or

KILMORE HOSPITAL CARNIVAL, "WEDNES

DAY, -9th FEB., 1902.-WANTED, MERRY GO-ROUND lor above date.. Apply, stating terms, to A. M. Luckie, Sec., KHmore.

CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, Hotham-strcet,

St. Kilda, Thursday, February 0, Roofs Cantata, "FAITH TRIUMPHANT," by combined choirs. Principals, Misses Fanny and Lottie Williams, Miss L. Sims, Messrs. T. Y. Day and W. Cook; organist, Miss Silverlock; pianiste, Mlss Whltehead; conductor, Mr. M. M'Naught. Com mence, 8 p.m. Tickets, 1/._

ORPHEUS SOCIETY. - Hfcl-_.All_A_b H_

. SUMED, S-ourflcld-chambers, Colllns-st., first week'Februarj. Orclicstra, Mondays; choir, Thursdays; 8 p.m. _

ORPHEUS SOCIETY.-APPLICATIONS received

' from vocalists and amateur instrumentalists at-rehearsals, or by Mr. Fred. Clutsam, Allan'

MYSTERY ol FISH LIFE.

THE AQUARIUM, THE AQUARIUM,

MELBOURNE EXHIBITION.

The Seals, Crocodile-, Little Fish, Lame rish, Aquatic Birds, Anemones. Dally, 10 to 6. Cbil dren, 6d.; adults, 1/,

ZOOLOGICAL - GARDENS, ROYAL - PARK.

.Splendid Zoological Collection. Reached by tramcar to garden gates, or train from Spencer stroct. ' Gates closed at 5.30 p.m. this month. Ad- mission-Mondays, X1; children, 6d. (except holi- days); other week daj- and holidaj's, öd; chil- dren, 3d._ T7ÍCTORIAN SOFTGOODS ASSOCIATION. '.V. GUESSING COMPETITION.

' - ? . The Watch Stopped at 8.10. Winning Numbers-589, 006, 1105.

. .' J. C. BENFOLD, Chairman. _1*. J. BURTON. Secretary.

gT. DAVID'S DAY CHOIR"-First REHEARSAL

Tuesday, Feb. 3,.St. David's Hall, Latrobe St., 8 p.

LES SYLPHE'S ORCHESTRA, Wednesday even-

ings, Professor Hurdcman's, 312 Punt-rd., South* Yarra. Euphonium or trombone vvantc-.

fS/TELBRUHNE SCHOOL of MUSIC.

Director, Chorlcs William Russell.

In higher education, attested by examinations of,' the Associated Board of Roj'al Academy and Poyal College of Music, London (the highest "authority-in British dominions), Hie success of

this school ia unrivalled in British colonies. In jive years 51 students passed senior division, piano, harmonj*. "c., -gaining 0 honours and the only gold medal in Australia for double honours; al_o, 6 students obtained the diploma of L.A.B. (Licentiate of Associated Board).

In previous years CO pupils of the director passed examinations of the same standard.

REOPEN 28th JANUARY.

170 CollinS'Strect.

MI!

1 WILKINSON, A.R.A.M., ROME, Begs to announce her Approaching

RETURN to MELBOURNE.

. Miss Wilkinson-whose lengthened stay in Europe lias been spent almost entirclj' in London and Vienna, her time in the former citj* being devoted to the VIRGIL CLAVIER, and in the latter to the study of the marvellous LESCHEITZKY PIANOFORTE METHOD-will

RESUME TUITION ABOUT APRIL 15,

Teaching without break (though ' those who wish to take the usual holldaj-s will be at liberty to do so) until the close of the j*car.

Pupils winning to commence without delay can enter their names at GLENS, and will be com- municated with re daj*s and hours. AU arrange- ments for Clavier CLASSES .should bo made im- mediate! j*.

HOWARD CONSERVATORIUM of MUSIC,

ELSTERNWICK

Director, Madame HOUYET HOWARD.

Opened by Lord and Lady Brassey lu 1800.

FIRST TERM BEGINS MONDAY, FEBRUARY 10.

The director will be at the Conservatorium the 3rd February in the morning from 10 o'clock till 1 p.m., or in the afternoon bl appointment. _Sec, JOHN MARGIE.

"TIT ISS BEATRICE M AC F I

RESUMES TUITION

PIANOFORTE FEBRUARY 0.

8 ELM-GROVE, ARMAD VLE.

- "" VIOLETTE HVNCOCK, Pupil of Mr. W. A. Lav el.

Passed Matriculation and li A M. Examinations,

Will RESUME TUITION in MUSIC

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4.

M"

7 SCOTT-STREET, ST. KJLDV

_______UL

TS, /j

lor of ti

. _ J Mus Bâc, Organist and Dir« lor

Choir, Scots Church,

Teacher Univcrsltj Conservatorium of Music,

RESUMES TUITION on FEBRUARY 3,

PIANO, ORGAN', HARMONY", and

COL.NTERPOINT.

Vlctoria-strcet, Camber« eil.

' M B' F B E D. C L U T S A M,

Hon. Conductor Orpheus Society,

, ' Has RESUMED TEVCHING

"' SINGING, 'CELLO, COMPOSITION, die.

Messrs. ALLAN and Co.

R. H J I If

Organist and Choirmaster.

All Saints' Church, St Kilda,

St Kilda Oity Organist,

RESUMES TUITION,

MONDAY", FEBRUARY 3.

PIANO, ORGAN, and SINGING.

M

J. R EDESON Will RESUME TUITION,

PIANOFORTE, ORGAN, and HARMONY,

On MONDAY. FEBRUARY 3.

Pupil» prepared for Musical Bocletv's examina- tions Three of Mr. Edeson's pupils passed at recent' examinations-ono in Elementary, one In Intermediate, and one in Second Diploma.

¥ernn, JÍC , Alan and Co.'s Tuesday and Fri- day Afternoon-, and at "Leura," Hawthorn drove, Hawthorn._

ARMES BEAUMONT

' Has RESUMED TEACHING

In the

ART of SINGING and PRODUCTION of the

VOICE

For terms, seo circulara at Allan and Co 'i Muslo Warehouse, Collins street, and Silloth terrace, 157 -Tctnlngton-road, North Melbourne.

M W8 M. L BURKE, Uoentiate, Assoclited

Board, Ii. AM. and R.O M.-PIANOFORIF.

Harmony. Counterpoint During 10O1 H pupils paseed practical und theoretical examination« of the Royal Academy, Trinity Collège and the Mel- bourne University; «everal obtained honours.

ÎSmS, ÄÄ"-"7 e* M,lV,!rt0''' *."«"«''?

__-______-(__.

mms AFTEBNOON and TO-NIGHT.

A.N. A MUSICAL and EWCJUTTONARY

COMPETITIONS,

MASONIC-HALL, COLLINS-STBEET.

A VABIED, INTERESTING ENTERTAINMENT.

THIS AFTEBNOON, Commencing at 2.30. Pianoforte Solos, under 10 years; Pianoforte Solos, under 12 years; Pianoforte Solos, under 14 years; Bccitations, under 15 j ears.

TO-NIGHT, Commencing at V.-Mczio-Soprano Solos, Tenor, Baritone, and Bass Solos, Contralto Solos, Champion Solos (Australian composers, ladies and gentlemen). Humorous Songs, Dramatic Displays, Oratorical Displays, Shakespearian Bc- citations, Humorous and other Recitations, &o; Pianoforte Solos, under lu years; Pianoforte Solos, open to all.

In most classes competitors render different items, and only a few of each class compete, so that a GBAND ASSOBTED PBOGRAMME will be gone through hythe BEST AMATEUR TALENT in VICTOBIA.

DON'T MISS THIS TREAT.

Admission, Gd.; Season Tickets, 5/.

F. L W. ASHBY, Secretary. E37 Colllns-BtTect, Melbourne.

__"

CTOBIAN GOLD JUBILEE EXHIBITION.

1S51- BENDIGO - 1901.

A NATIONAL COMMEMORATION.

In ART, SCIENCE, MANUFACTUBES,

PBODUCTION, INVENTION, and DISCOVEBY.

FAST SPECIAL CHEAP EXCUBSIONS (rom

SPENCER-STREET

EVEBY WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY,

At S.45 u.m.,

6/6 BETUBN, Including ADMISSION, to,,

EXHIBITION.

MAGNIFICENT COLLECTION o( 1000 NATIONAL

PICTUBES.

GREAT EXHIBITION ART UNION.

£1000 for 1/.

" SUPERB EXHIBIT of MINERALS.

PICNIC to PICNIC

ICNIO ' PICNIC PICNIC SORRENTO. PICNIC

Tho METROPOLITAN GAS COMPANY'S

ASSOCIATION

Will Hold Their

SIXTH ANNUAL PICNIC and SPORTS MEETING

On

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8th, 1002.

The P.S. Hygeia leaves Port Melbourne pier at 0 a.m., returning at £.30 p.m.

Hot water provided on the ground, free oí charge. ,

Special attractions (or children. Toys distributed.

Exhibition oí invisible wire-walking, dummy clown, &c.

Tickets, 2/0; children under 12 years, 1/. May be obtained at the works, head office, or on the pier.

C. W. HULVE I Joint

PEELE -J Hon. Sees.

TTNITED IRISH LEAGUE PICNIC.

To meet the continued demand for tickets, the committee have CHARTERED the S.S. EDINA also, and she will leave the Port Melbourne Pier on SUNDAY', FEBRUARY 2, ut 11 a.m. sharp. Special trains will run (rom Flinders-street at 10.30, 10.40, and 10.50 a.m. Both Hygeia und Edina will leave Sorrento on return Journey at 5 p.m. Tickets may be obtained after 12 noon Fri- day, at the usual places. E. Glennon, G. M. Prendergast, lion. Sees._

"TTIOTOBIAlN LICENSED VICTUALLEBS' ABSO V- CIATION.

ANNUAL PICNIC,

THURSDAY, 20th FEBRUARY, 1902,

Per S.S. HYGELV

To

The PICNIC oí tile YEAR.

TBBH NATIONAL FORESTERS.

ANNUAL MOONLIGHT BAY EXCURSION,

TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 4,

Per p.s. HYGEIA,

Leaving Port Melbourne Railway Pier at 8.15 p.n

I.N.F. Band. Grand concert on board. Tickets-Double, 2/6; single, 1/0.

CELEBRATION FIFTY-FIFTH ANNIVERSARY No. 1 TENT. Exhibition of Edison's Wonderful Concert-Phonc, by Mr. II. W. Wells.

TEMPERANCE-HALL, RUSSELL-STREET,

MELBOURNE, MONDAY EVENING, 3rd FEB

RUARY. 8 o'clock.

Chairman, Brother II. T. Chenoweth, D.C.R. Speaker, Brother John Vale, D.D.R. Pianiste, Miss Tonkin. Mr. Will Elder's Humorous Re- citals. Attractive musical programme by Mrs. Roy Thompson, Misses Lindsay and Louisa Turn- bull, Messrs. J. M'CulIagh and It. Lindsay. Ad mission, sixpence._ EASTERN "MARKET PICNIC, Schnapper Point,

Thursday, February 13, p.s. Owinc. Tenders required for BRASS BAND. IL W. Ireland, Hon. Sec-, central avenue, Eastern Market.

LOOK OUT! LOOK OUT

For

TRAMWAY BAND MOONLIGHT EXCURSION,

Per Hygeia, FEBRUARY 21.

Great fun. Splendid programme. Tickets, 1/6.

CRAWFORD'S ENGLISH DEPOT.

ENGLISH PIANOS.

ENGLISH DEPOT. ENGLISH PIANOS. COLLARD.

ENGLISH PIANOS. BROADWOOD,

ENGLISH PIANOS. ALLISON, , ENGLISH PIANOS. CRAMER. m ENGLISH P1A."*US. These Pianos guaranteed ENGLISH PIANOS. to stand most severe eli ENGLISH PIANOS. mate, and excel all others ENGLISH PIANOS. as to tone, "-durability, ENGLISH PIANOS. touch, and general ENGLISH PIANOS. struction.

COLLARD and COLLARD,

For use of

T.R.H. DUKE and DUCHESS of YORK.

Sole Agents,

CRAWFORD and Co.,

271 Collins-street, opp. Block.

A Few of Above Makers, Slightly Used,

Very Cheap. Cash or Term»._

COIsSLR\ ATORtUU of

MF) BOLRM

Albert street Just Melbourne

«URILCTS -Singing l'fnnofortc Organ \iolin A io Ion ed lo and all other Urchcstril Instruments Harmom Countcipoint Languages Uocutlon, anil Calisthcnit«

TI VCIIINC ST VI F - The director and tcaUura of the highest professional standing

OIirHh_.TRAI C1 ASS -The dinctor

OPHtVTIt ( h VSS - Madame Uiedcinunn

I ULL COURS* (7 guineas per term) provides for the complete music*» 1 education of the student in two (methul and all br inches of theoretical stud} and includes for hinging students the Ger

an and Itali in Hnkuiges

SINGJJ*- MJB II CTS (1-5 guineas ¡or term), -Muting and nil Musical Instruments

C1 \SM_S OH N to the PLBJ IC (1 guinea i term) -I orín Hid Analysis Interpretation

^orkt 11 irnioin Counterpoint ï-«semble and Operatic Clisses

ORCH1&1RAI, C1 ASS (half i guinea per an num) meeta again on Wednesday fith March 8 pm \acancjea for atnngcd and wind instru

menta

Illltl-r SCHOI \nSHlCS-Sinplng Pianoforte Stringed Instruments-of t2D each will bo com pcted for 1» intending students not nrevlouah connected with tie Consenatorium on \\H>N*S im, 20th lLUHUAIf-, 10 a ni I-ntrancc fee, 0/

.The VIHST TfeRM 1002 COMMENCES / THURSDAY 27th FKBRUARTi

The PRO6»!»! fTIJS will be rcad\ on Monday at the music warehouses Mullen 8 and the Conserva-

torium

LRI.ST HARTOG, Secretary %

TUT ISS CONSTANCE BROWNE,

Associate of Music, Melb Univ.,

Pupil of Madame Elise Wiedermann,

TEAGUES the MARCHESI METHOD of VOICE

PRODUCTION and VOCALISATION,

Art of Accompanying, Phrasing, Harmony.» Correspondence to Allan's from 3rd February. ?KIT IS S FLORENCE LEWIS

M'ill BESUME TUITION

VIOLIN and PIANO FEBRUABY l8.

"MARINA,"

BLESSINOTON-STREET, ST. KILDA.

TIT R. B. J. SHANKS,

. Sub-Organ'st a raid's Cathedral,

Organist and Director Christ Church, South Yarra, Will RESUME TUITION on MONDAY, PEB 3, in

PIANO, ORGAN,' SINGING, HARMONY.

Communications may he addressed as above, to 50 Tivoll-road. South Yarra._

. l>upil of the Great Composer and Pianist,

EDWARD GRIEG,

RESUMES LESSONS (Lcschli-.ski'i, Method) on

THURSDAY, Olh FEBRUARY,

"Dunvegan," Alma-road, St. Kilda.

?jij-rTs- __.. "LA.T> E~.ru R_KTTT

Will RESUME TUITION,

FEBRUARY 3, PIANOFORTE,

HARMONY', and COUNTERPOINT. BOURKE and WILLS CHAMBERS,

_14B Collins-street._ Z~"!ifHER.-MtaiJ*. Fredmân REOEIVI» PUPILS;

Mix Albert's nonnal ayatein; ncceaaful mathod. Olrra-n, Allan _, Gltn'i, and 07 _i_ i-r.-.. K. «__ ' ''(-. A- r

AMPfiwi-Mirrm.

RICKARDS'S NEW OPERA-HOUSE.

TO-DAY (SATURDAY, FEB. 1).

MATINEE,

MATINEE, At

I._MATINEE,_2.30.

RICKARDS'S NEW OPERA-HOUSE.

Sole Proprietor and Manager,

Mr. HARRY RICKARDS.

Tbc sliding roof nightly removed, making the New Opera-house the Coolest Thcatrc in Australia.

A SUCCESS ot ENTHUSIASM.

Never before has the Melbourne theatrical public had the opportunity of witnessing such a magnifi-

cent combination of real artists as

Mr. HARRY RICKARDS'S

NEW TIVOLI VAUDEVILLE COMPANY,

UNAPPllOAOHED and UNAPPROACHAEI-5

VAUDEVILLE STARS: THE JACKSON FAMILY, THE JACKSON FAMILY, T1IE JACKSON FAMILY,

Four in number, from the Hippodrome, London,

li ho will to-da> introduce their Marvellous

ALUMINIUM ORGAN,

On which they will perform "The Lost Chord." Tiley will also play "The Jewel Song" and "The

Soldiers' Chorus," from "Faust."

First Appearance at the Opera-house To-day (Satur-

day) ol Mr

EDWARD FORD, EDWARD FORD, EDWARD FORD,

Clever and Original Facial Comedian.

Miss ADA DELROY, Miss ADA DELROY, Miss ADA DELROY,

Charming Burlesque and Tcrpsichorean Artist.

Mr. JAMES BEI-., Mr. JAMES DELL, Mr.'SAMES BELL,

Sencgambian Oddity. COLBY and WAY, COLBY and WAY, COLBY and WAY,

Vcntriloiriilst and Dancing Doll Par Excellence.

THE LUNDGREENS, - THE LUNDGREENS,

THE LUNDGREENS,

Comic Gymnasts, on Their Revolving Ladder.

THE C4SELLI SISTERS, THE O _5ELLI SISTERS, THE OASELLI SISTERS,

The Greatest Legmanla Artists Ever Imported to

Australia.

GEO. B. ALEXANDER, GEO. B. ALEXANDER, GEO. B. ALEXANDER,

America's Own Tramp Comedian and Vocalist. THE DIAMOND DUO, WILL WHITBURN, JAMES OPIE, DORA TAYLOR, MAGGIE FRASER, BOB BELL,

And

WESTON and YOST, WESTON and YOST, IVESTON and YOST,

America's Greatest Patter Comedians.

ADMISSION-Drew Circle, 2/6; Orchestra Stalls, 2/: Family Circle. II; at 7.45, Gallery, 6d.

Box-plan at Allan's.

mHE AUSTRAL SOCIETY'S

| MUSICAL and ELOCUTIONARY COMPETITIONS.

To be Held in BENDIGO, MAY, 1002.

.£600 In PRIZES. £500 £200 CHOIR CONTESTS. £200 £50 OPERATIC SCENE. £50 £25 DRAMATIC SCEuE. £25

ORATIONS, RECITATIONS, VOCAL and

INSTRUMENTAL SOLOS, Se.

Programmes and text-books now available.

Correct editions of music to be obtained from Allan and Co. Ltd. *"

Full particulars on application to

FREDERIC A. KING, lion. Sec., Bendigo.

Q

B B A N C H,

COMPETITIONS in VOCAL and INSTRUMENTAL

MUSIC, ELOCUTION, LITERATURE,

and CALISTHENICS,

MABCII 3rd, 4th, and 6th, 1002.

Entries close Saturday, February lBth, 1902.

Programme and particulars from Messrs. Glen and Co., Collins-street, Melbourne; or

C. V. CROW, lion. Secretary.

_ Queenscliff._ _.

WARRNAMBOOL ELOCUTIONARY COMPETI-

TIONS.-Five pupils competed of Miss Jose- phine Samuell, Osbome-st., South Yarra. Awarded.-1-One 1st, two 2nd, two 3rd prizes. 2-Three 1st prizes. 3-One 1st, one 2nd prize. 4-Two 2nd prizes. 5-One 1st prize._

ALVERN MUNICIPAL BAND CONCERT.

Second of Series.

Tile Public are invited to Attend an Open-air Concert, to be held in the Cricket-ground, ad- joining the Town-hall, on THURSDAY", FEB- RUARY' 5, at 8 o'clock.

FREE.

Third of Series on loth February. Special

programme.

F. W. WILLIAMS, lion. Sec. _S. W. HOLMES, Mayor.

M

The RONISCH PIANOS have been before the

Australian public lor at least 25 years, and have proved themselves most Remarkable

Instruments.

THE TONE of the RONISCH PIANOS la ol

the greatest posisble volume and richness, sympathetic in the highest degree, and oí beautiful singing quality.

For STANDING IN TUNE the RONISCH

PIANOS arc known to keep in tune for years at a time, and this in places most trying as regards climatic influences.

THE TOUCH of the RONISCH PIANOS ia

superb, clastic, and responsive, enabling the performer to produce every gradation oí effect without conscious effort.

FOK DURABILITY the HONISCH PIANOS are

unexcelled by any other maker-, The ex- perience of schools, the bush, -where pianos are subject to the greatest wear, shows that the Bonisch Pianos outlast all others.

Sole Agents,

CARNEGIE and SONS,

106 ELIZABETU-STREET.

TJONISOH PIANOS.

BONIS«! ElOENRAO PIANOS, RONISOH RONISCH BELL ORGANS, RONISGH RON1SCH JEOLIANS and MUSICAL RONISCH RON1SCU BOXES, BONISCH RONISCH From 20/ Monthly, BONISCH RON1SCU Cash or Terms. BON1SCU RONISCH - RONISCH UONlSO'li Sole Agents: BONISCH

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106 ELIZABETH-STREET.

u*

N1VERSITY

THE UNIVERSITY CONSERVATORIUM OF

MUSIC.

(Seventh Year).

DIrcctor-FRANKLIN PETERSON, Mus. Bac, Oxoii. et Mclb., Ormond Professor of Music.

Vice-Director-Mr. Vf. A. LAVER.

The PROSPECTUS (now ready) gives all infor- mation us to the staff, course of study, fees, <_c.

The PRIMARY EXAMINATION, admitting to the FIRST YEAR of the COURSE for the DE OREE or the DIPLOMA, will be held on MON DAY, 24th FEBRUARY, at 10 a.m. Entrance fee, 10/0; last day for entering names in Regis- trar's oITlcc, Tnvsday, lSth February.

N.B.-It is not necessary to pass this examination in order to join Hu* Conservatorium.

EXHIBITIONS at the Conservatorium will be awarded this year as follona:

3 Entrance Exhibitions (Ormond Exhibitions)

of £20 each for performance on any instru- ment or in singing. Also

4 Exhibitions for Pianoforte Playing. 2 Exhibitions for Violin Playing. 1 E\hlbltlon for Organ Playing. 2 Exhibitions for Singing.

lu all, 12 Exhibitions, laluc £207/16/.

Intending candidates should communicate with Professor Peti'i-non' at once. The examinations will be held 24th-26th February.

An Exhibition of Three Years' Instruction at the Conservatorium (value £88/4/) will bo awarded at the examinations of the Conserva- torium Hoard in October. This, with the addl tional six Ormond Exhibitions already awaided to students of the first and second year, makes the total of £11(1 given in Exhibitions at the C-n-crvatonuni this year.

THE UNIVERSITY CONSERVATORIUM

EXAMINATION BOARD. /

Examinations under this scheme will be held at various centres throughout the state of Vic- toria this year in September and October. Last day for entering names of candidates is May 1, For further particulars apply to

. ALEXANDER SUTHERLAND, Secretary.

(J I O N O It I Ñ A COÏ Ö RESUMES TUITION In SINGING,

.FEBRUARY 3rd.

Terms at Allan's, and New Mont Albert-road, _ Surrey Hills._ CjIGNOR LEANDRO COY and SIGNOKA (T,

TAMBURIN I COY

(of wide operatic experience), RESUME TUITION in SINGING

FEBRUARY 3rd.

Terms at new residence,

Mont Albert road, SURREY HILLS,

And Allan's.

MRS. EMERY GOULD,

Licentiate Royal Academy of Music,

London.

Sotla Distinta, Rome. s Pupil of Madame MarcliosI, I -ris

SINGING on SC1DNTIFIC BASIS

RfcSUVIKS TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4.

Allan and Co 's, and Maison Marches!, 74 Park ctreet, South Y'nrra.

M

ROBERT K E N N E D YT

EXPERT TRAINER OL' THE VOICE.

Pupil of l.ninpertl.

Member of the Celebrated Kennedy Family.

The Studio, 176 Collins Btrcct.

MISS E S. ANDERSON, L.A.B.,

Organist ol St. Patrick's Cathedral,

lias IIUSUMI'D TUITION, TUESDAY, JANUARY

28, Piano, Organ, and Harmony.

Pupils prepared for the Associated Board exami- nations. Four pupils haic iiaascd elie senior and two the Ji»nlor grade examinations. Last year one pupil obtained the degree c4 Licentiate of the As-oolatcd Board.

21 F-__u'h-__t, _____.? __ tt ¿lb»-. -_!__.?*-__ ,

B x

AMÜ-J-UXIO».

JOU T H E A T B E.I

Under the Direction of

Messrs.-J. O. WILLIAMSON, LEE, and BUL.

THE WORLD'S FNTERTAlNERS.

MATINEE THIS MATINEE MATINEE AFTERNOON, MATINEE

At 2 30

Children Half-price to All Parts.

» O!

Mr. HENRY LEE,

Who will present the following impersonations

from his gallery of great men-past and present.

Bismarck,

Pope Leo SOU. Rudjard Kipling

Gladstone Hon Joseph Chamberlain

General Lord Roberts

LAST LAST NIGHT

But

NIGHT , Sl

Of

But Josephine Cassman

The Plcannlnics SIX Arthur Nelstone

Elsie Forrest Of The Tobins

Francis Gwynne The ' Allan Shaw

Grace Millar Ward PRESENT The Mahr Sisters

E Napoleon Bollard COMPANY . Agnes Mahr

Harrj P Stewart 01 , 4 The Lottos 4

POLITE

VAUDEVnSiIANS

PRICES, 3/, 21, and 1/. Seats may he booked at AUan and Co.'s, Menzies' Hotel, tho Grand Hotel, and at the Theatre Business Office. 'Phone 1350. I

JOE BROWN, Business Manager.

PEOPLE'S CONCERTS, Temperance-hall.-Com-

bination Scrcnadcrs, Unprecedented Minstrel Variety Entertainments. Admission, 3d., Od.; numbered .reserved, 1/.

PEOPLE'S CONCERTS.-To-night, Engagement

Extraordinary and First Appearance Wil- liams Brothers, Acrobatic Harmonists, Unequalled "xhlbition, Humorous Episodes.

PEOPLE'S CONCERTS -Tonight, Reappearance

Joe Watts, Champion Clogographist, Cha- racter Impersonator, Eccentric Dancer, intro-

ducing Celebrated Scarecrow Dance._ PEOPLE'S CONCERTS. - To-night, Madge

Lucas, Maricllous Contortionist, Rctlned Terpsichorean Serio-Comlc; Lena Young, Bril liantly Successful Contralto Balladist._ PEOPLE'S CONCERTS.-To-night, Chrystal Sis

tors, Unrivalled Dancing Serio-Comlc Duet

tists; John Matlock, America's Greatest Descrip-

tive Baritone Vocalist,

PEOPLE'S CONCERTS.-To-night, Frank Mel-

vin, Wonderful Acrobatic Comedian, As- tounding Athletic Achievements. Musical Direc- tor, Professor Frederick Ireland. _ PEOPLE'S CONCERTS. - To-night, Harry

Cowan, Untamed Comedian, Original Comi- calities; Cissy Whitford, Channing Australian Serio-Comlc Character Vocalist.

PEOPLE'S CONCERTS.-To-night, Kohlman

and Gardner, Eccentric Ethiopian Come- dians, Instrumentalists. Brightest and Cheapest Entertainments in Australia. __ PEOPLE'S CONCERTS.-To-night, Farcical"Ex-

travaganza, "Honeymoon Experiments." Characters impersonated by Cissy Whitford, Messrs. Cowan, Kohlman, Gardner.

BENDIGO EASTER FAIR CARNIVAL and

SPORTS, 1902.

EASTER MONDAY, TUESDAY,' and

WEDNESDAY,

DAY and NIGHT.

PROPRIETORS of Side Shows, Novelties, Mon- strosities, and Attractions please communicate

with

H. J. MARKS,

, Secretary and Manager, Bendigo.

ANYONE can Render the Simplest Ballad or the

Most Difficult Piano Solo perfectly with the Aid of

THE ANGELUS PIANO PLAY'ER. THE ANCELUS PIANO PLAYER.

The ANGELUS is the MOST Perfect Piano Player made.

No rubber or perishable material uatd In th«

constructon.

The ANGELUS PIANO PLAYER is guaranteed to withstand the effects ot the changeable climate of this state.

A visit any day between 10 a.m and 6 p.m. will convince the most sceptical, and astonish them bv the MARVELLOUS ORCHESTRAL EFFECTS.

"Catalogues and full particulars on application.

SOLE AGENT for VICTORIA,

A. BECKETT,

210 and 242 COLLINS-STREET,

MELBOURNE.

SOLE AGENT

For the World renowned

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Also,

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And other noted makers, with all the latest Im-

provements, at exceptionally low pnces.

T

RINITY COLLEGE, LONDON.

LOCAL EXAMINATIONS IN MUSIC.

President:

The Right Hon. Lord Coleridge, K.O.

Vice-prtarideitts:

The Bight Hon. the Earl of Aberdeen, P.O.

The Right Hon Lord Alveretonc, G O.M.G. The Right lion. Lord Curaon of Kedleston

The Right Hon. the Earl of Glasgow, G.C.M.G. Sir Frederic- Bndge, Mus. D.,

A.c., fcc. Warden:

Edmund II. Turpin, Mus. D.

The LAST DAYS of ENTRY for EXAMINATIONS in VICTORIA In 100*2 are:

For U.K. (Theory) In June, March 1st.

_\or Practicáis in November, July 16th.

The Public Local Centres in Victoria aro:

Melbourne .. Dr. S. M'Burncy, 115 Collins street Ballarat.W. II. West, l8 Du« son street Benalla.Miss A K llodgers Uendlgo. Arthur T. Crook, Stonehaven Colac-.W. J. Croft Geelong.J. Alfred Johnstone Hamilton.Miss Betts, Gray-street Orbost.Isaac Perry Pjramid Hill.\\. Harris Sale.Francis E. Homidgc Stawell.M ta A. F. Hogg Wangaratta.Miss Coombes Warracknabeal.Mrs. J. J. Craig Warrnambool.Alfred F. Roper Yarrawonga.J. Hassett, B A.

Tlie syllabi» and forms of application may lie obtained irom any of the local secretaries, as

above.

These same examinations are also held at en- rolled institutions, convent schools, Ac.

Applications for the establishment of new centres and for the enrolment of institutions may be ad- dressed to tho undersigned.

By order.

» SHELLEY FISHER, Secretary. Trinity College, London, W. (England).

A

LBERTO ZELMA N,

VIOLINIST.

Has RESUMED TUITION.

Glen and Co., Collins street.

HEBB LOUIS nATTENBAOH,

From the Royal Conservatorium,

Leipsig,

B3 TUITION FEBRUJ Violoncello, Violin,

Accompaniment, Ensemble. 145-147 COLLINS-STREET.

M1 .

PIANO, HARMONY, &c.

Pupils Prepared for University Examinations.

RESUMBB TUITION TUESDAY, FEB. II.

"Appin," Williams-road, Windsor. Prospectus

at Allan'«.

M1

PIANO, HARMONY. SINOINO,

Will RESUME on MONDAY', MARCH 3, '

At Univirsity Coiiservatoriuni.

Allan's, Collins-slrcct cast, and 22 Charnwood* road, St. Kilda.

M

:" ARTHUR E. II. Ñ1CKSOÑ, Fellow of the Royal College of Organists, Aasoclutc of the Royal College of Music,

Organist and Choirmaster Holy Trinity, Balaclava*,

Director ol the Choir. St. Potcr's, Melbourne,

GIVES LESSONS In OIIOAN, PIANOFORTE, HAR-

MONY, COUNTERPOINT, lie., >

"A brilliant executant, u tasteful exponent of (he best minde, and a thoroughly allround artist." (Sir Walter Parrall, Mini. Doe.) s

"A thoroughly ellltlcnt musician." (Sir Hubert II. Parry, MHB. Doo.).

_Addra», Glen'«, ColHns*-ti-et._ THE ASSOCIATED BOARD of Uio ROYAL

ACADEMY of MUSIC and ROYAL

COLLEGE of-MUSIC.

The list of SUOOIi-SKUL CANDIDATE, it twl newt Mimintloa. should J»»M, Included _t_»-£|

san m ? »«pu of lu*.*,* f«tffc Vt. , '

__£______*__.

T

HEATBE ROYAL. POPULAR PRICES-3/, 2/6, 2/, 1/6, 1/.

BLAND HOLT

Announces,to his Melbourne Friends and Patrons

that his Present Stay in This City is Now

TO-NIOHT (SATURDAY, FEBBUABY 1)

Will he Staged the

FINAL PRODUCTION of the SEASON, FINAL PRODUCTION of the SEASON,

That Favourite Drury -lane Social and Sporting

Spectacle,

THE DERBY WINNER, THE DERBY WINNER, THE DERBY WINNER, .THE DERBY WINNER, THE DERBY WINNER, THE DERBY WINNER,

Written by Sir Augustus Hams, Cecil Raleigh,

and Henry Hamilton.

Tho Personnel of the Story by the Full Strength

of Mils

MOST POPULAR DRAMATIC COMBINATION,

VABIED and DESCRIPTIVE PHASES o! the

SCENIC ART, by Mr. JOHN BRUNTON. BRACKENHURST-IIALL, YORKSHIRE.

"The Rift Within the Lute."

THE DOWNS, MALTON, YORKS.

THE DERBY TRIAL AT DAYBREAK.

At the White Hart -The HU» of the Siren.

IN THE MIDST OF MAZY MIRTH.

THE REGIMENTAL BALL of the 43rd HUSSARS

The Widening of the Rift.

The Great n"el, London. Innocence in Extremity.

Corridor in tile Royal Courts o! Justice,

l A Mother's Anguish.

TOE SALE AT TATTERSALLS.

Tlie Broken Lute

A BIVERS1DE COTTAGE GARDEN BY MOON-

LIGHT.

One Woman and Two Men.

The Sanatorium, Fairnea. Love's Sweet Belies.

Sick-room in the Sanatorium. The Severed Chord Restrung.

Comer of the Epsom Paddock. The Gold of a

Good Heart. The Paddock. The Glint of Coming Light. THE DERBY

THE DERBY AND THE DERBY WINNER! THE DERBY

Horses and vehicles supplied by Mr. J. H. Ed- wards, Heidelberg.

Furnishings by Mr. S Nathan, Elizabeth-street Box-plan at Allan's and Menzies'.

DAY SALE tickets at confectioner's, near theatre. Children In arms not admitted.

CHRISTIE SIMONbENS, Busincos Manager.

PORTRAITS.

\

It b BO« generally admitted that tor the pro- duction ot a good, reliable, artistic FAMILY PORTRAIT the Fashionable EDEN PHOTO. STUDIOS, In Swanston street, are unsurpassed.

When in the Block Arcade we did an enormous business, until at last the premises became too .mall, to that we built our present palatial pre mises in Swanston street, which are far and away superior to anything of their kind ia Mel- bourne We are now able to exhibit specimens of our every day work, and, in consequence, our orders are so increasing until at last we are doing the largest business in Melbourne As we do not undertake invitation, actress, or any other "dead head" work, we have not to make our customers pay lor the production of roc-, expensive specimen-, and consequently our prices aro exceptionally «mall. For instance, one can obtain 12 beautl fully enamelled cabinets and one eulargement (not unframed, but framed complete), and all for 15/, while our Platinotype Portrait, are ex Aeedingly reasonable.

Not« the address:

EDEN PHOTO. STUDIOS,

SWANSTON STREET,

And at SYDNEY. L1BIISTIO

.. . v. ,-* ire ii, _ "u cic&t- t*f > r *<..- .

AGREAT POINT

GREAT POINT

In

LINDAHL PIANOS LINDAHL PIANOS LINDAHL PIANOS LINDAHL PIANOS

Is

-THE SALE IS CONSTANTLY INCREASING.

THE SALE IS CONSTANTLY INCREASING.

WHY I I WHY I 1

BECAUSE THE LINDAHL

GIVES UNIVERSAL SATISFACTION.

IT STANDS ON MERIT,

And by Merit Alone it lias Attained the

Position as the

LEADING PIANOS IN AUSTRALIA. LEADING PIANOS IN AUSTRALIA.

Call at

BUTTON'S MUSIC WARniOUSE SUTTON'S MUSIC WAREHOUSE

And

EXAMINE, COMPARE, and be CONVINCED

That (or All Qualities that Go to Make a

PERFECT PIANO

THE LINDAHL IS UNEQUALLED THE LINDAHL IS UN EQUALLED.

LOWEST PRICES, CASH or TERMS.

SUTTONS PROPRIETARY LTD, '

200 282 BOURKE STREET,

MELBOURNE,

And at

BALLARAT and BENDIGO.

M

ARVELLOUS SUOOESS

Of tho

SWISS STUDIO PICTURES.

"While manufacture is tho work of hands only, art/la the work of the ivhole spirit of man."-John

Ruskin.

SWISS Tho Swiss Photographic Studios. STUDIOS.

SWISS Every Bitter Made a Careful STUDIOS.

Study.

SWISS Two Positions to Everyone; no STUDIOS.

Other Charges.

THE SWISS PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIOS,

823-32ii BOURKE -STREET.

DANCING LESSONS PRIVATELY.-Messrs. and

Mt_ Roberts RECEIVE PUPILS dally, even- ing«, Instruction and practice fashionable Waltz, Lancers, Ac. Classes, 105 Collina st ,_noxt_Argus.

ANCINQ.-WALTZ. SchottLschc, and Barn Dance Taught THOROUGHLY In 3 private lessons. Mr., Mrs. CLEVELAND, 313 Drummond st.. Curlton._ DANCING. - Seven strictly prívalo easy LES-

SONS. 10/0; proficiency guaranteed. Miss Martin, London certificated teacher, 67 Bourke st. (side entrance)._ -ÏNCIN'G--ASSEMBLIES every Tuesday, at 8;

Private I*cssona any hour. Mr , Mrs CLEVE- LAND, 313 Drummond St. (nour Ball und Welch's),

Carlton.__-,__

O1ÔN0RÂ PASTA, DANCING CLASS every O Tuesday, Friday, 2 30, Furlong'« studio, Royal Arcado,_Bourhu-st._ /-STPSYT-'ORTUNE-TKLLING CARDS, love, ma KJT trimony. business, ka íiül directions, 1/3, posted 1/0. Wl!_AniIr» _L> 201 Bourke-Bt._ "ITSrÄDAM FLOR1NDA, PALMIST; ladles only. IVA 100 Bcndlgo-st., Burnley, 3 doors from Svvan-»l._._ PALMISTRY, Phrenology, «te, 33 books, com

' nieto library, for students or professors; lot eheap. Chltty's, Malvern-rd., Hawksburn.

TMtWESSÖR SHEPHERD Is "tim leading, and ?IT sclcntlflo Head--Reader; seo proof. Upper flat. Eastern Market. Melbourne.

-..kew popular, animated Picture«

T^Dl-OrhA

Hi open *¡

EDlBVnU.--«?_« |_l'i~~| «?«n._s ...._

open <or etingenenb; early application na

_M_w_7 ___&____(_-_?___!___- Iii*.

mHE GREAT ' AtiADDIN MATINEE,

TO-PAY (SATURDAY, let FEBRUARY!,

At 2 p m.

Doora Open at 1.

Performance Exactly Same aa Eveninpr,

With Comic Harlequinade Specially Introduced.

Children Half-price Everywhere except 1/ Amphl

E

BTNOBSS'S THEATRE.

, Mr. GEOBG-TMUSGROVE,

Lessee, and Under His Sole Direction.

Acting Manager. Thos. P. Hudson.

FAREWELL PERFORMANCES FAREWELL PERFORMANCES FAREWELL PERFORMANCES And Unpiralleled Success 0

GEORGE MUSGROVE'S

Greatest and Most Costly Operatic Extravaganza

Ever Witnessed on any Stage,

"ALADDIN."

ALADDIN. To- ALADDIN. ALADDIN. Night, ALADDIN. ALADDIN. At ALADDIN. ALADDIN. 7.55" ALADDIN An Entertainment with a Quick Pulse and a High

Temperature.

TO-NIGHT, TO-NIGHT, TO-NIGHT,

THE GOTHAMS, THE GOTHAMS,

The Most Amusing Quartet Singera In Existence,

Will Introduce Some Extraordmaiy

VOCAL IMPERSONATIONS of

Organs, Pianos, Banjos Brass Bands, the "Church

Bells," a».

"PATRONS."

A LADDIN TO-NIGHT Is the topic, h et merit attest its success, A fairyland stereoscopic,

D clightful as woman's caress.

Designed with a wealth of profusion, I llumlned "With colour and light;

N o nectar sweet needs less Infusion

T han winsome ALADDIN TO NIGHT. 0 bcylng the wand of magician,

Night jields to a gorgeous day,

1 ta laughter and joy, the physician, G rim sorrow to spirit away. H ours to be glad In

T O-NIGHT-ALADDIN! ,

Musical Director, Herr SLAPOFFSKL

STAGE MANAGER, Mr. JOHN WALLACE.

PRICES of ADMISSIONS/, 3/, 2/, and 1/.

CURTAIN RISES 7.65 SHARP.

BOX-PLAN Allan's, Menzies', and the Grand, Day sale tickets at A. C. Palmer's, tobacconist,

Bourkc-strcet cast.

RI N OE SS'S

THEATRE. SATURDAY, FEB. 15,

Mr. GEORGE MUSGROVE'S NEW ENGLISH

COMEDY and DRAMATIC COMPANY

Will Appear in the Most Romantic and Humorous

High-class Comedy of Modern Times.

"SWEET NELL OF OLD DRURY." "SWEET NELL OF OLD DRURY."

THE BROOKLYN CAKE WALK. I

HE BROOKLYN CAKE WALK. THE BROOKLYN CAKE WALK. THEVRROOKLYN CAKE WALK. THE BROOKLYN CAKE WALK.

THE BROOKLYN CAKE WALK. I

The Great

Dance

By the Penmans.

M

A BUTTERFLY. A BUTTERFLY. MA BUTTERFLY. MA BUTH-UKIA. MA BUTTERFLY.

Miss Nellie Stewart's Coon |

Sonç.

O'

TRIKE UP TUR BAND. 'TRIKE UP THE BAiND. STRIKE UP THE »AND. STRIKE UP THE BAND.

Mio Hamilton's

Great Chorus Song.

At Allan's. 2/.

TT* ±1

fL-RTS TO MEND. EARTB TO MEND. HEARTS TO MEND. HEARTS TO MEND. HEARTS TO MEND.

Miss "Willoughby's

New Song,

At Allan's. 2/.

\W

Y DADDY'S A GEOTLEHAN. Y DADDY'S A GENTLEMAN. MY DADDY'S A GENTLEMAN. MY DADDY'S A GENTLEMAN.

COLBY and WAY'S DOLL DANCE. I

OLBY and WAY'S DOLL DANCE. Quaint, COLBY and WAY'S DOLL DANCE. Pretty. COLBY and WAY'S DOLL DANCE. At

COLBY and WAY'S DOLL DANCE. Allan's, 2/.

D:

,OLLY GRAY. I

OLLY GRAY. I Needs No Advertising.

DOLLY GRAY. | It's the Succc-s of Uie Year. DOLLY GRAY. | At Allan's. 2/.

Hi

l

ONEYSUCKLE AND THE BEE.

ONEYSUCKLE AND THE BEE. Everybody's HONEYSUCKLE AND THE BEE. Favourite, HONEYSUCKLE AND THE BEE. At

HONEYSUCKLE AND THE BBE.l Allan's. 2/.

Mi

"A LITTLE HONEY BOY. I The Gothams'

-.. LITTLE HONEY BOY. Great Solo and MA LITTLE HONEY BOY. Chorus.

MA LITTLE HONEY BOY. ( At Allan's. 2/.

__-_

Rothschild's maxim through nil his life was "Get the Best." It was not merely the maxim of a rich man, but it was the cry-Ulli-etl wisdom of a successful man« And as such it is wlunblc.

In buying a Piano no better maxim could be adhered to. -'GU the Best," and buy where ctery Piano is guaran teed to bo as represented We stake our reputation on e\trj Piano we sell, and oller Hiern to jou on the cal " terms. Your taste maj differ at*

mikcr and price, but jour choice must be either of these

HIGH-CLASS PIANOS.

BECIISTEIN. Tlie Ideal of AH Musical BKCHSTEIN. Artists.

BBINSMEAD. The Rest and Finest Finished BRINSMEAD. of all English Pianos.

R. LIPP and hOIIN. The Most Popular Piano of R. LIPP and SOUS'. German Make.

F. TIIURMLR. The Best .Moderate Price F. TIIURMER. Piano lo be Had.

CARL ECKE. Beautifully Finished, Strong CARL ECKE. and Durable.

Illustrated Lists on Application.

Correspondence Invited

Liberal terms for C .bil or TIME-PAYMENT. ALIAN and CO PROPRIETARY LIMITED,

THE BLOCK, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE

S

TEOIAL NOTICE. ALLAN anA CO. PROPRILTARY LIMITED

Hato Pleasure in Announcing that

"They Have Just Beech ed LARGE SHIPMENTS

Of the Celebrated PIANOS by

TIIURMER, TIIURMER,

And Can Now Supply All Models

In Walnut and Ebonlscd and Gold.

PRICES, from £44 UPWARDS.

CASH or TERMS. CATALOGUES on APPLICA-

TION.

,AN'S. COLLINS STREET. ALLA;

T

HE MELBOUBN

SPORTS DEPOT.

Fred. J. Dodge, Proprietor.

FISHING TACKLE, in Immense Variety. BOAT RODS, PIER RODS, RIVER RODS, SILK LINES, HEMP LINES, SEA LINES,

PLAIN HOOKS. GUT HOOKS, GIMP HOOKS,

WOOD REELS, BRASS REELS, NICKEL REELS. |

02 and 01 ELIZABEH-ST., MELBOURNE.

o! HOBTICULTUBE, I

S'

BURNLEY-.

O. BCWUE LUI.'MANN, Principal.

Affords a thorough TRAINING in' the principle! and imictlcc of FRUITGROWING, Vegetable Cul- ture, and Garden Making. Students of both sexes arc admitted tree. SCHOOL REOPNES FEBRUARY 17. M'rlte for prospectus to the principal, or Secretary tor Agriculture, Melbourne.

BRASS INSTRUMENTS Repaired, equal to new,

by experienced workmen; latest appliances and ninchinery from Taris. Lyons, 207 llomke-st" Melbourne._

M

USIOAL NOTICT..-JOIIN BLACKBURN and

SON, Expert Pianoforte Tuners, Repairers,

,......_. *".... »... Pianos In stock.'

Repairing, latest _ .. eduls. Kilner ami _"., manufacturers, repairers, Boslsto-st., Rich. mond. Established 40 years._

I PIANOFORTE TUNING, Repairing, Pianos

. selected. K. Hutchens,. 180 Elgin-st., near Lvgon-Bt., Curl!' 131ANO, X ape

.... Organ TUNING and Repairing _ specialty. Felss Bros., 210 Chapel-at., op. Town-hall (from LIpp'B)._ VIOLIN'STHINGS, the best manufaolured, to bo

had from l-yons, importer trom Haly, France. Germany, "¡o. 207 llourko-et., Melbourne. No middlemen._ FANCY COSTUMES, HIRE, all kinds of ,... ,

formalices dremodl largest stock lil Am-1

trail». Mrs. Dunning, 117 Bwanston-it._ HOT SEA BATUB eura all alimenta. Always I

(er ER MA'JE3TY'S TIIEATBE. .*?.*? Sole Lessee and Manager,

Mr. J. C. WILLIAMSON.

Bul. Manager, Geo. Tallis; Treasr., E. J. Tait

ALL MELBOURNE

Is Coming to Sec the NEW FEATURES in

"SAN TOY"

Just

ONCE AGAIN

BEFORE IT IS WITHDRAWN,

So. Please

Do Not Defer YOUR Visit Any Longer,

Other« I*.

You May Not be Able to Obtain

Seats,

As the Rush for Hie Last Nights

Is Sure to be Enormous.

DURING THE PAST SIX WEEKS "SAN TOY'

Has ENTERTAINED the ENORMOUS

Total of

SEVENTY-TWO THOUSAND PEOPLE

And the Huge-Auditorium of Her Majesty's is

Still Crondcd Nightly.

WATCn FOR THE FIFTIETH PERFORMANCE

(MONDAY, FEBRUARY 10),

Which will be Appropriately Signalised.

STAGE DIRECTOR, Mr. SPENCER BARRY.

Musical Director, M. LEON OARON.

BOX-PLAN at ALLAN'S, MENZIES', and THE GRAND. Day sale tickets at Central Floral Studio (oil day), and Her Majesty's Confectionery Shops (from 5.30). PRICES, 5/, 3/, 2/, and 1/.

AN TOY.-At 10.15 to-night, "The Mysterious

Fisherman" and "Ooln King." _ SAN TOY.-At" 10.20, Mr. Hugh J." Ward's and

Miss Chetwjnd's sensation-tho new cane danoo, trebly encored._

AN TOY.-At 10.30, the novel vocal Banjo

Chorus, with plantation song, by Mr. Leslie. AN TOY SOUVENIRS.-Tlic most magnificent, i*--*- costly, and unique ever prepared In Aus tralla. Watch for important announcement._

TTEB MAJESTY S THEATRE

SATURDAY FEBRUARY 15 100" Mr J O Wiliamson »ill Present

FOR THF FIRST 11MF IN AUSTRALIA

The tnormouslv Successful Mi sical Comedy

A RUN-WAY GIRI

From the Gaietj Theatre London

FuB Particulars in Due Course

M

ELBOURNE TOWN HALL

GRAND 1T\LL\"S OPLRA DOS CERTS

WEDNESD tY -th ILBRU.R. THURSDAY 6th IfcBRUAHY

-BSOLUTELY the I \ST \PPIAR\NCE

in "Melbo in c of

Mr J C W11 I 1 \M_ON S

GRAND ITALI VN 011 lu COMPANY

I?ROCIl VMMh

lor

WEDNESDU 5Ul ILBRUARY

PROGRAMME 1 Violin Solo

(a) Sierra Morena Monasterio (b) Chanson di Soh ig Grieg

Signor C.-RIBALDO

2 Prologue irom I l^luui Leoncavallo

Signor Ü0Z_0I I

3 Cavatina Lna \oce (II Barbiere )

Rossini

S gi orina \ ACC yil

4 Aria Celeste Aida ( \i la) Verdi

Commcn-atore I MU/7 \

5 Cavatina O Mio 1 cn ando Donizetti

Sifcnorm.1 M .IICOMIM

0 Aria, from La I erle di Bro» 1 Da\ld

(1* lute obi Ilgato 1 \ *- ktior Amadlo)

Madame SU IO

7 Aria Spirito Gentil Donizetti

Sgnor DWI

8 Terzetto from l-nil Verdi

Slgnora DI* III NI* DITTO

And Signon TRW AGI IM and LAR1ZZA.

Intenal

0 Quartet from Rigolctto \crdi

Mal-uic DI* Milli* SAPIO

Signonna MAHCOM1M Sgnori DANI and

BO/ÎZOLI

10 Wa * Rltorna ^ incitor (Alda) "Verdi

Signora DI Bl NT* DETTO

11 Aria Simon Uoecancgra Verdi

Signor TH \\ \GLIM

12 Valse Prima ^crl Saplo

Madame DI- VtRt SAPIO

13 Prnjer from Otello Verdi

Signonna BASSICII

14 Meditation Vvc Mana Bach Gounod

(Mohn obbllgato Minor GAIHBALDO)

Signor DVM

15 Sextet Lucia Donizetti

Signorlna \ACmHI an I MARCHI

S gnori 1 \1U¿¿ V CWNOMIJU BO_5_iOLI and

TI! V\ Al LIM

The BOX PI V*. NOW OP1-S at ALLAN S Balcon\ aid Rcsened C1 ilrs 6/ Uiirescned C1 ain, 1/

South Ciller} "/ Ilodj of Hall 1/

" -'- ""-? - Shilling aid Two Shilling Tickets

"\7"0U ARE THINKING

OF PURCHASING a PIANO,

THEREFORE WE CALL YOUR ATTENTION.

THE BEST VALUE IN THE WORLD.

ALBERT FAUR PIANOS ALBERT FAUR PIANOS ALBERT FAUR PIANOS

EXCEL ALL OTHERS for ECONOMY in PRICE, TONE and TOUCH,

DURABILITY and FINISH,

/Larger, Stronger, and Better Made than

any other Piano at anything uko tho same price.

CASH, or VERY EASY TERMS.

W. II. GLEN and Co., W. H. GLEN and Co., W. II. GLEN and Co.,

272 and 274 COLLINS-STREET,

MELBOURNE.

rpu

A Prfcet Boon to Teachers and Pupils.

HOW TO LEARN THE PIANO.

This Popular Instruction Rook, by Florenic Wickens, stands .linne fer

In originality and completeness. If pupils

me caicfully taught by this new sis THREE tem, they will become thorough musi-

cians, capable- of reading at sight. MONTHS keeping proper time, und with a due

regiiTd to rhythm, a result not yet achieved by any other tutor in cxLsl

ence.

Price, HALF-A-CROM"N, Post Free.

272 and 274 COLLINS-STREET.

M:

APLES' WAREHOUSE. APLES' PIANO and ORGAN WAREHOUSE,

Carrving the

LARGEST and DEST-ASSORTEU.STOCK

In the Southern Hemisphere.

L1PP PIANOS, HAAKi: PIANOS,

BONISCH PIANOS, DASSEL PIANOS,

SCUWEOIITEN PIV.NOS, SCHMIDT PIANOS.

PRICES STAUUNG AS LOW AS

£25, £26, £25, £25, £25, £25, £25, £26, £26.

. DASH or TERMS ARRANGED,

Payments Accepted from 10/ Monthly.

Deposit Made to Suit the Buyer.

On Purchasing from us we can positively assure an Immense saving, vaiylng from £20 to £30, ac- cording to the vaiuc of the piano chosen.

£15,000 WORTH of £15,000 £16,000 THE WORLD'S BUST MAKERS £16,000 £15,000 To Select Prom. £15,000

ALL INSTRUMENTS Guaranteed for 10 Years.

COUNTUY CUSTOMERS.-We deliver free to your town, paying all railway freights ourselves.

We send pianos to any port of the colony on our Time-payment S.stem. Payments accepted weekly, monthly, or quarterly.

ORGANS. Buy Mason and Hamlin, Doherty, ORGANS. Storey and Clark, Bell, Smith, Clough ORGANS, and Warren, from £10, £10, £10, £10 ORGANS, cash, or 10/ monthly.

Town or Country.

The PURCHASER of a seeñandhand instrument can exchange at any time for a new one.

MAPLES', 25S to 201 Clarendon-street, S. Mel- bourne; 100 Clarendon-street, S. Melbourne.

MAPLES'. 810, 821 Clupel-strect, Prahran.

E

L O O U T I O _,,

Miss GODWIN-8MITII,

St. Vincent Platt-, Albert-park,

And

105 Collins-street.

,"-n-, L O O _U_ T I O N.

Mlai CHARLOTTE HEM.M1NG will RECEIVE n limited number of PUPILS from February I.

31_D.ilgt-Iy-»treot,_S:. Klld.i._ _

ELOCUTION," Dramatic Instruction.-Mr. J7~F.

Cuthcurt, "Wilcannia," Chariuvood-rd., St.

Kilda.

ELOCUTION.-Miss Lucy Mackay RESUMES

TEACHING Monday, 3rd February. Address Ardvanilah, Murphygt., jouth Yarru.__

ITALIAN LANGUAGE.- Slpnoi " Floechl,-Uni-

versity Teacher, RESUMES TUITION, Mon. day, February 0. Literature Cluss (Tuesdays), private lessons, classes now forming, Oxford chambers.___

¡GNOltA MAJERON1 hu l_3UMlfl)"TUÍTÍO_

Italian Language: private leesons or cianea. Term», Allan's Muslo W»tyiw_e_____lllna-«t_

MISS JOKES' . ARÍ C_Á.S_r_ECOM__S_B

Feb. 4. "Studio, EUtennrlck-halti al.'. _r_"_,"<_I___t. _"__r ç-lufcs"/^'*'^*'

BUSINESS NOTICES.

m.

TEA IN PERFECTION!-From Jhc Tea Plant to

the Teacup In its Native Purity, Mcintyre Bros PURE Teas, comprising the Finest Selections, Imported Direct by Mcintyre Bros from the First Markets of the World, and Supplied First Hand by Mcintyre Bros Direct from their Own Tea Ware- houses, nt Strictly Wholesale Prices, thus - saving to the Customer all Intermediate *^ Prouts. Buy Direct from McINTYRE

BROS TEA WAREHOUSE, 105 Elizabeth street, and HnkVliulldlngs, 0 Elizabeth street, MELBOURNE, and Suburbs; also at BALLARAT and BENDIGO. ' No Agentsl . ,

MCINTYRE BROS "G II O O M" TEA, 1/3 lb.

A Most Delicious Teal Oombining the Choicest Colon and Pine Indian Growths, and pos- sessing TRUE quality and Choice, Rich Flavour. Lowest Wholesale Prices as under

,U 1/0 Ib., AtT7-.b~ ATÍ/Ül Ib., At 1/Í Ib.,

In 211b. In 601b.

BOXES, CHESTS, £1/10/7. £3/0/8. BOXES, BOXES, _ 15/.

MCINTYRE BROS "O H O O M" TEA, l/*l lb.

CHOICE, FRAGRANT TEA I-Far and away superior to any Tea now being offered elsewhere at 1/0 a lb. It has a Delightful Aroma, and will be found PARTICULARLY Economical. Lowest Wholesale Prices, as under: At 1/4 lb., i At 1/1 lb., In 121b. In 211b. BOXES, BOXES,

10/.

£1/8/.

At 1/2 lb., I At 1/2 lb.. In 501b. In SOlb.

CHESTS, CHESTS,

£2/18/4. ' £4/13/..

MCINTYRE BROS "1/3" TEA, WORTH 2/i

RICH, DELICIOUS FLAVOUR!-ThlB Lovely Tea has the largest sale of ¡my Tea In Australasia, and we confidently recommend It to all in search oi an Economical, Enjoyable, and Delicious Tell Lowest Wholesale Prices, as under:-_

U 1/3 lb , In 121b

15/

At 1/3 lb , | At 1/1 10 ,

In 211b I In 501b

£1/0/1

CHESTS, CHESTS, £"114/2

£4/0/8

The above Teas ire delivered carriage paid to anj address in the city ind suburbs ship in port, or to \NY RVir VI .Y ST.T10N IN Tilt ST.TF \11 orders hittif-llj attende I Tcrms-C\SH Counto cheques to lnclu k Cd cxchancc Suburban orders may be piid on deliver.

McINT.RF BROS YtOiDERFUL TE\ 1/ lb

It is absolutely Impossible to obtain from any Merchant Companj or Wholesale Grocer such Marvellous \alue W hi pay pence per pound moro? Picked In Jib and lib Packets if cus tomers so desire in the quantities at the lowest wholeflule rates, as under -

U lid lb , U lid lb UlOJd lb AtlOJd lb ,

In 2 501b In 2 1001b

CHESTS CHESTS, CHESTS, CHFSTS,

£2/5/10

£3/13/4

£4/7/0

£8/15/

The above Tta Is delhcrcd to any address ih the citj or suburbs, or ship m port J 1 2 3, and 4 1b Parcels Direct from MclNTYRI* BROS

0L11 PIHCHS at lid III, 5/fl EACH

N B -Our Countrj I* riends can place the utmost reliance upon our executing their orders promptly

and faithfuUj

ALL our teas are guaranteed NET WEIGHTS .ind will be packed in plain Jib and lib bags, if

desired

Q-^

public in the world than arc to be obtained wholesale and retail direct from MCINTYRE Biiob i, i, 2, 3 and 4 lb Panels!

BUY DIRM3T FROM

MoINTY Rr BROS "I 10a LLI7ABFTH ST

CINTHAL Y (Op Block Arcade), 11* . 1\ .RL1IOUSF, I MLLI10URNB

\nd

FIVE S BIIILDINCS li FI17 \BLTH ST ,

MI I llOUftM*

McINTYBE BROS OWN BR-NCII TEA

W Mil IIOUSFS

BU.I AR VT 24 BRUK 1* STRUT

BENDIGO NI*M lill SII YMHOCK

RICHMOND WO BRIDLE RD li r Church st. S MELB _!>4 Clarendon -st n r Dorcas st IRUIRAN 206 CII \P11 ST near High-at COLLINGWOOD _91 SMITH ST n r Johnston _rt BRUNSWICK _I90SM>N_*Y ROAD

FOOTSCRAY 147 NICHOLSON STRI* ET

BUY D1RECTI Vii IIAVL NO \GI_N-S.

MACHXNSBY.

AIR C0MPR1 SSING PI ANTS, from 4 to 20

drills capacity, Improved National Rock Drills Nos 1, 2 and J complete, a large stock of Rock drill Duplicates alua, s on hand Air receivers and Boilers, all sizes Winding Engines and Stamper Batteries, Air or Steam Winches, all sizes, Vertical Boilers lu, 12 14, and 16 horse power all classe*, of Mining Machinery, CaBtlngs, and lorgings oí every description

Î1-.

_Est I860

A ItClIUI CIS, LNGINURS, BUILDERS, &c. JOHNS and MAYGOOD L1MI1H), H.draullc and

"encrai 1 Nt.INI 1 Rta,

Have on hand a L.irc,c SlOCh. of Steel rolled Joists of best qualltv, compound or built steel Girders, and all constructional Steel und Iron work Estimates given tatrcngtlis calculated Particulars nu I prices on application Siemens Martin Steel Plates and Vnt,les kept in stock.

Sturt street Prince t, briilc.0 Melbourne _

AUCTION SVI1 of Horizontal 1-N(.INI, 22in

i.l . 'Oin stroke Worthiiic.ton Pump, 3x2 x12 tarte Pulli, a and 1 lummer Blocks, at our rooms Medmsda. l-ebruur. o inspection at Welch Perrins Store South Melbourne Pleas anee t.rjham, and St. le», auctioneers, Eliza, beth street_ CROSSLEYS ' OTTO ' GAS ENGINES.

The ONLY GRAND PRIX, PARIS 1000 rir.it Prize ol _(0 (or Oil Engines,

Cardiff Meeting Agricultural Society of England.

ALb\ COWAN and SONS LID ,

3J5 Hinders lane, Melbourne _ OHAI FCUTll lib. Horse Works, Hone, Bark

Mills Sau Benches latest improvements. John Bunde and Son, Parkside Ironworks, North Melbourne_

D

JCK'S GENUINE BALATA

AVOID IMI1A1IONS

Sole Vgents

JAMES 1IARI II and Co ,

Mclbournt

D

ICK'S ORIGINAL BALITA BELTING.

The arrangement between James Hardie and Co. and Bennie, Tcare, and Co having been termi-

nated,

THIS BEI/I1NG IS BEING IMPORTED ONLY

Bj tie

SOL! VGLNTS.

JAMES II VRDlb and Co ,

_ MhLBOl HNt_

NGINES and BOU bits, all sizes, new and

secondhand A Lotion and Sons, 27 Little Lonsdale st cast _ _._

latest improved tube Igni d veriital, 3 man to 50 h p 1 Coulson HU V Hick ti t _ _

HOT Vllt Pumping I NGINI S for Independent

vvatir supply and imgation lor particulars and | rites a[ pli to Vm-trallaii Metal Co Ltd , Machinery departnunt lu William st,Melbourne.

K

NOX, SCHLVPP, uni CO PROPTY LT

1RVMM VV and J-11 CTRIOAL

1 I'RNISIIl RS

Largo Stock on Hird of 2ft Gauge

POR I Vlll 1 111 VMM AY S

20 14, 0 lb per yard Sfl I 1* RV1LS, with

lurntiblts Points and Crossings

SIDETIPPINt. litLlhS , . and 1 Cubic Yard

< apicilj

locoMunvi s

LI 1GTRIC LIGHTING and POM I R ALLIANCES

Motors, D>liamos Ineindentent Lamps, Mires,

and tittings

Sole Hi present Hives for

ALUS CII VI Ml Rta (O, Chicago,

Manufacturers of

MINING and Ml I V! Il IÏG1C VL MACHINERY,

Prices and Particulars on Application.

Ofllccs and Stores

l63 to II ) Mill IVM bTRbbT,

TXT E P II A N I Edi O U S 0 N,

INGINrER BOLERMAKER,

1IPE MANUIACTUBLB Ac, / 475 COLLINS STREIT MELBOURNE,

Has for SALE

SI CONDI1 \ND 1 NGINLS BOILERS PUMPS,

LATHES BLUHGLRATORS, DRILLING MACHINES «to

Head Ofllec and Works rOOTSOH \Y, MCTORIA

O"

the

lim rovtd l item

BOILl.lt-, suicrlor to all others In economy,

dut), and /lliilinc) Prices and particulars B. Hornsby and St na Ltd jb|iciu..i st_Mtlbourne

1JÜH1UIII I MUM secondhand Clayton and

Bliuttleuorih U I orsi lladdou unu Son op loun lull Nortl Mtlb inn_ PUM1S for tiery Hit and dut) and In all

tjpca lundis Machinery Depot 4t>6U A Bcnkett_st__ STFH BAUS lYutks inn_r*-oi*oiiiotiTcs Par

tlculars and prices from Australian Metal Co I Id Machinery department lid William st , Melbourne_ SI A« W DOI best for Insulating, cool chain

hers h illdlngs Blcain pipes Draper and

Co _207 I Ittlc Collina »I_ >

WANUI) Bin secondhand 0 li n Oil ENGINE. _)',and lied lion Hotel Kilmore

-is ,, .ysm

Printed and published by Henry i BurrtlL ft

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