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OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY. J A. awi A. LINE

THE GlIBVr 0\Kill.\XI1 IIIRIIWAV

TO TIM: I'SllKI) KINGDOM.

Vu M:W zr.M.AM). SOUTH bi: ss,

And A\ll:ilK'A.

Three New l.Tpius l'iiaoiiiíícr Steamers, TWIN SCREW;., 0000 TONS r.ACII.

Miirt'. 0 \IIR. :i \u,r. 10 Kipi- "

_|\ug. 20 |\inr 31) Ibepl r> N |'l. '"_ Lowest Current Hatch oí l'arc to all puts of

AMERICA, CANADA, HIIITlSIl 1M.ES. 1

MACAU V 1'ALl.S un lie seen from the rnllnay j Hound the World Tours, commtnclnp; Journey In either direction, J>1 lo £1.17, In conlnnclion flin the 1'. and 0., Orknt-l'iiLillc, S.U li., or Jill. Co'!. fcpiclal attention paid to Reserva- tion el Accommodation li,\ un> line. Ticket« allow wuk |owiiC) at am point in louie.

l'Ail I.I.NK to AUCKLAND.

Hound the World Hool., con!.lining 330 lionutl lu] Hlu>tration< Coinpui)'« Ollkos, pilce. 1/.

I'itUcolars, Halium Maps, and Folders craik , Mell.« RAI ni, McEVUIAHN, and CO. I'KUl'V. Will J07 Collins sired.

rUKADIAX-AUSTRAMAN MAID C!N£.

^ THE "ALL-HKD" MAIL liUUTE. '

AORANGI, loth MAY,

Tukins Coronation Passengers.

HOUXD-TIIE-WOIILD TOUHS at LOWEST 11ATHS.

Choice ol noutei, \la llrisbine or New Zealand,

FIJI, and Honolulu,

EXCURSION to CANADA,

CHEAPEST EVE« OKFEltKD In AUSTRALIA.

<tO Hound Trip Ironi Sidnej, entering all ex-

piases on railway and steamers.

Inquire lor paiticularg,

UMON STEAM SlHl' CO. of S.Z. LTD ,

453 Collins street,

Managing Agents In Australasia for \

OASABIAN-AUSTIIALIAN «OYAL MAIL LINE __Jlm^ANAjnAS 1'ACIHC UAHAVAY.

EMTI&ll-ISDJA STÏ:.\M NAVIGATION COM-

PANY LIMITED.

STEAM ~te^ INDIA.

S.S. vTTt A W A,

3133 Toni,

Will lie »1'pitched for f Sl.NCArolllï, MADIUS.iand CALCUTTA,

Ttklnp, Carao IDI Transhipment, to ALL INDIAN

I'OHTK and JIAl.lliriUb.

AUOUT Mth MAY.

|«r particulars of freight apply

W, SIDDELEY ii'd Co., 403 CoWnMtreet.

? and 0 COMPANY'S

KO Y Ali MAIL STEAMERS Tor M\IitiEILLrS,

PLY MOUlIt

And I ON DON, Killi Permission lo Call at Drlndlsi HHST nnd SI COND SILOOÑ ONLY

?HOME

IHMlLlYA CII1W

AHGADI I INDIA

OCi IN I

Street

W L Uronn, li N R T S Angus

1 G A lyon HN II W M orccstor, II N II O OriTjd

Mayo May 20 Juno 3 June 17 .lull 1 lull IS

'Callina; at Hobart, cn route from Sydne)

The 12 8 p m train from 1 linders street station proteeds alongside the steamer on di} of sailing;

lill Sll AMLRS II III IDELAID1 THE

1X)LL01\I\G THURSUIY, at 2 p m

II V TES of PASS VOl MONEi -Singlo ticket to London, £38 to ¿77, return tlcl els, ¿00 to £111, atailable for two ¿curs from date of dcpai

turo to arrival on return

I OH S\ DM 1 - Dm It M S HIM M AY \ will lone Port Melbourne Hail« ly Pier for Sjduit it " p m on Uedncsdis «Hit insl PnsM.ngers comet ed alongside bj the 2 15 pm special train from 1 linders street at usual fares

I IHrS- WISIIHN UJSlltllll SUOON,£0 to £12, I1IJUHN ¿13/10/ to ¿l8 mallabie for six months Return tickets (first saloon) between interstate | orts are now mallabie fir return by Orltnl l'acide M M , und N D I Co s steamers hat mp; room or lit nil

I HI DI RICK WHin lient if Collins street

Orient and other mini um« Out« ird luge,n|,c collected, pheed In cabins ¿e Intt ird lugiase cleared promptlt dolhcrcd or stored Packing spcii ill} Ooods mid pirccls fortturded

vssi NO ins L u o a A O L Collected from ant address in \ ictorla and

Promptlj Placed in Cabins of the

and O, OHI1 NT C1 KM IN and I HLNC1I

M MI S

I HI DI RICK T M I- mid CO PV\ LTD ,

Market street 1 unutun Stored nnd Shipped

N.

NORDDEUTSCHER LLOYD,

JMPHIIIL CHIMAN MAIL srEAMFRS

DHU-CT SW IMEHS to ENGLAND and the CON- TINENT, Cullin, at adelaide. Fremantle, Colombo, /iden Suez Cat al, Naples, Genoa, Southampton (london), Antttcrp, and Bremen, will be de- spatched as under - '

Steamer

Tons ' Commander bourne laide

Mci

Ade

DAHMSTIDT OLOINLURU tiAltESiiUHE li III

ÍJUtl E Wolters

1 dorll

SOU C Denen

bum C v Uorell MJI O Hott

600J 'lion cm inn

MayO

May 27 June 17 July 8 Jill) 2!)

June 21

Ijuly 12 lAut

Passates fiom ¿13 lo £77 Return ilckots biloon ¿57 to ¿Hu lässiges from I u ope America A.c can be prej aid in tin colonies

lAHL'i-HlblLHN UIMilWH SUOON£0 to ¿1-, 1IL1UHN, ¿U/10/ to ¿l8, Stcerate, ££, Hcturn ¿7/10/

Return tickets (llrst haloon) between interstate poits an i ott attiilable lot reluin by P and O, unint 1 acitlc, and M.M Co a steamers Iming

4. 1AV HOMPAEY,

O

HU NT-PACIFIC IINE ot SEAMERS

The Hot ii Mail Stc unslit| s bo]ûlit,inç. to the Ollll M and P lillie, COMI'INILS mil be de

spnlclud as und r and I ortiilc,litl> thereafter, lor 1 oudon (iilhllrt)

111 h IPI 1 S MARSI li LI b and GIBRALTAR Callini, alto at I rim ii tie (W A ) Colombo (tran t-hipi ">t> tor all Indian ports), and bucz Canal

ports -

li I) It I Ictclni

Oin \\\ S SU1I rd

l\i rt II Uir¡,oln\lay : IORU1A OIIMl / OltUlll

lUSlhAL

.m_lHlt__

. I vt lu'

tCilUnt, at ile nt cn route li

S MOON to IONDON " Susie Hi it i.r

lictnii iw io Lili atillibli foi ttto jen» front dite )f ilepiilurc to urrital on te urn

i bird Uns-, (libera' dlUlrv Bcali) £17 to £21 Pas ages can be prepaid here for passengers Iront Li [{land or any port and \lce versa

1IITIRN rlChLTS (I lrtt Saloon) between in tcrstatc ports are notv a/ailahlc for return by P and O , M M., and N D I ile liners liasiiib room

MANAGIRS- t CPFH? and Co and ANDLR SON, INDI USON, and Co. fetichurch avenue, Iondon, E C

lull particulars from

J N MARSH \LI, Branch Manager, Equitable building, Collins street _

ML S S \ O I R I 1 S M I I! I T I M I S

"Ml LIlOl 1 M to 1 ONDON

(Mu LOIOMHO and 1 IRIS)

Steamer» of (DUO t ns undi! 1 o I ii Coutrict ititi tin I undi ( oternmrnt catling it Idilatde I run mile Colombo s ii? i ¡I Port Said will be dibiatehed nomliH as lol nts -

~ r^d iñidl

| 1 P m

Stcanicis

.Munj, Milli

Noon 0 p i lill« do la

Uolat 11 mehi li 111 Hld HoliicEc Lois

I lillie, I

lei.on .lull

I i ent-irs bool ed to Bomba}, India China Da uti i mil Jap m

1 lib lui MONI Y ¿27 to ¿77, lncludint table

WLSIIRN AUS1HUII

trLmnntle-baloon, £9 to C111

Reluin ¿U/10/ to £IS

Retutn tickt Is (lii'-t «-alooti) between interstate ports ire inilnble for riturn by P and O

Oui

; I iclhe and \ D I btiau ciw haviug room

fmlliei | trliiulars appb to

di PU'bl I Isent lil rollins street

w

»iii

b i i it

LIM

SU IM lo IT \ MOI Til IONDON and I li Lil

l'ODI I la I IPI TOM N Minc) lo PISM NO1 Iib

The lim lulu Vr tt S s SU1 i IC

12 ISO Tons Keg

Will lilli IORI MIIDOlillM- HllflWl lilli on IHUIWDII 1st Mil at 1. i oon

The 11 am tnin from I lin leis street station will tonnt pi senL.ci-8 nlonisldc the sti imei

1 i cut, rs lutgagi will not bo reciitu! on boar! until elly if Miling Ilentj lut,;rngo should I e dihtind at the t oo J dieds '-pcncri

ftiict liiliiiin I ultim«, n>t lal r linn un m on the di ir ti is lo i-toimer sillinu Snell lj"L,igo will lo r leitel fcritinlcd ml sliippcl at | isseng is risk nd e\pm e

i eera must o\lu! it thole C ot minen i ern r full pin i ulm n|| ly

DUGUI mil COM I" M lIMiril)

101.1 i itnoitM si HI n

w

I ITS M ITTs

" au

miitiiiN ninrcT

I 3M | C HoUrl« n~lMi) 3

This btcatilir 1 a

G

For all pirtlcula

Gu

DlIiDlY

CAÍ 1 TOM N,

LONDON

.}:

tor rates of freight and full particulars apply JO=CPH GILL and Co, Agents, 477 Collin«

trect .

AUSTRALIIV bOUTH AI HICAN STEAMSHIP

COMPANY 11MUE1)

tull pottered turret steamers will be despatched

is un c - ^ D0RnAN MIIIRF

May"

I cooa i

J-TS_L

June

MM liHANCII

CmiNGI_IIHlNCH__L _

The olmie stumers hat o hceu spccltlly flttcü for Hie South III lean trade with pinmncnt stalls for llvi htoek on dick and protislon iriade for carrlone of luttir frozen meat, Ac

JOSI PH GILL and Co, Agents, 477 Collins

street

A

n L R D L

r i N E

WEAM for Nir\L »IHrCl CH'I TOWN,

1IYMOETII Hld IONDON

_i fine sleamsl Ips rf this Uno will lente pune tliollj at THRU Ml i KEY 1M1 III li S on Hu

"itis mentioned lelot I illili | is enteis and

LiL,o for Hie nboicmciilloncil poll« ti/ -

3 0t MOU

Dlle

DIMISCIS H M Ililli un I 2a IM IJ 14

MM VI li N Ulan w>s lune 4 MORIVHN li Slmpon 4 » I lime JJ AUSIHAI Abl IN IT I S|ialdln"l Joe Jlllt 10

This route to londoh Ii bieoniii" incr i«lngli popular with passenkirs molding us it dors tin cvlnmes of temperature met tilth on ollici routrs I xcellcnt taloon aecommoditlon cub e ii In bavin), only two brrtlis Surgion and nutardcs carrie 1 Electric llbht throughout Old} I iib I and tlil-d cli«s passetigera enrrted

ItATI S ol PISS ICE MONI I

To NATIL oi CAI 1 10WN - Silootl C.l/10/, Steerage, from ¿13 13/ upwards To LONDON - baloon £65, Stcorige fruin ¿li) upu mis No enreo receilel on da> of sailSne, HLÍOIC tlekels will be issued to South, Ullin passeugeii- must exhibit their Goiernmcnt peimits No cargo re eclved on da) of hailing 1 or further particulars

.tfl

to

L1

UND S BLUF ANCHOR LINF ot STLA51ERS

NATAL CAPL TOW N and LONDON

The steamers of tins line arc built nt the highest class at Llojds especially for the AUSTRALIE

TU AD]

Cargo taken through to all Continental porls I lrst mid Thild (lass Passengers i irried

PASSLNOLR 1AHCS - lONDON - tiret ballon, £14 (Wairit,il) i.o2 (Wilcinnli) Third Class

£11! C1B mid ¿20

NATVL and CArl TOWN-rirst Siloon £31 10/ Third Class Ji Ji nnd 17 guineas

Before passagt tlikcts will be issued to South Afrlci passengers mußt exhibit their Government permits

lOtlN S WDI HSON and Co , 111 Wllll-un street, Melbourne Telephone .98

O

STEAMSHIP (

The steamers of the above line (Molt s Blue Iunucl line) are soma of the Bnest and fastest cargo boats in the world

To LONDON and Ln FRPOOL (lor Yorkshire

Hook)

lia Cape ot Good Hope

MLM LYUS I 10 i |U C Lewis I May Id PATHOC1 US 5J03 I O Dickens IJuiic 11 TANTALUS 3C1 T M Gregor} Jill} 11

Ham street Telephone 20S

S~l B. A M to b O U 1 JJ A t It 1 Li A

The S S 1 OllTUNATUS

Will be Despatched

lor

DURBAN

ABOUT 10th SHY

Proceeding iltcnco to Calcutta t First class Accommodation for ftjloon Passen

gera

1 or rates of freight or passage money Apply to

AHCIID CURRIb and Co 40 William street

mo

LONDON VIA SOUill ASILRICY

NrW /I UAND SHIPPING COMPAM S UNI of Sll VMSllll S between NI tt /LS.LWD

llIONDON calling at MONTI V1DLO PI Ni

Steamers

Commander 11 rom N ¿

?TOVOARIRO "Mil J A Sutcliffe '»bj "II

.MMlUAhv. "0J ill Crceustrttl Illa) 31

P\P\NL1_ l_fjjS°_|l lorbis I Till) 17_

Twin "trew

PASSrNGlRS BOOKLD 1I1HOUGII to WrST COAbT if bOUni \M) 1I1CA B\lll\ PLRN VM BUCO ni I I UhLWI) ISLWDb

The passtni.tr itc-ommod ition of these steamers is replete witlt eveo modern convenience and hy this route the intense heat of the ltcd Scr " avoided

1 r further particulars apply to

NLW /l M IM) lOAN lind MrRCYNTIIF

kCI NC\_CO IIMITLD _55.i Collins street west

ClllNY. NUKVTION COMl'WA IIM1ITD

loi M W11 Y HONG M>N( and III \N

Tiking Clrt,o Hld 1 is eng is for \11

I YSTI HN Hillls M QUlNMWn I ORTS

1IIUHSDYÏ ISI \NI) aid 10111 DUIW1N

Die S S f IlINfïU »ll»l is II Will I VMS Collin li Iel

Will le Depílelo I liom N> It North Shed

1 HIDY1 ml MU at (1 \ in

I i f ill i irtlcular of frei^.11 m 1 | i sage nionov ippll to ( S Ililli md Lo ltd 01 j Collll

street n"cnts

N.

MPl'ON M SI N IvYISHA

The S b hlllino MARU

ti A lois

1 M 11 \SW I 11 Commun 1er

f caves Mein ira for M W11 \ HONG KONG and

IM\NIOHTS \ii SHAH îmisnwi TOWNSM1I1 mil 1HUil-,DY\ ISLYND

On \M DNISim 0th YPRH

Yt 1 O C1 1 Noon

TI s steamer Is illtc 1 with eicrv convenience for the io! I rt of | iSM.ne,e

I \ccll nt silcon neconinto lation cacli cabin luv lill, onlv two I ertl s

lltttric Hi.lt ti rouejio it nnd refrigerator D ctor in I stew ir less e irricd

ii is service lent, ii nuil on the arrivals and dei irtures al v irions ports i in I rolled upon

Shuni rs ii II is line «ill leave for the last ever) four «eel s

lor fill paititul rs opil) to

DM C1 Ti md COMÍ WA I IMITLD Agenls

.K114 1 Bourke street

AnciiD cunnii

To and

S S EURA ALUS 35-OTons

For 1 relght or Paajgo applv to

VI1CIID CIUIRil an I Co

.it) Will ara street Melbourne

B

EXCURSION

DMn at 10 i in SUNDY1S 11 n ni lorCllIOM ml IORI Uti 1NGTON

I Mil S-S HOON-Special d iv return 2/0 Re turn (aviihble for one inonlh) 3/0 Single, 2/0

Stetragc-S nejo 1/U Hclum /

Cargo r ceivcl diiiv Note-No cargo received within n quirter of in loir | rior to sailing time Dil eft «lan ttlellol (10

now MID SMi j ii to np_ n0 11 A II I) SMITH I I Is F

O tt A It D SMITH 1 ¡M.

LrviF \usTH \i i w ttinnr

(Nos I) and 10 She Is North)

As 1 ollovvs -

(IOWI ST PASSFNdit and 1 REICHT P YTFS )

Note -Salion tickets ore no« interchangeable with all interstate compmies subject to con dillons to be ascerti ined on a] plication

YDIIAIDL T.

miNluinV BUNINYONG 1 ri JOtli

'riali'Äl.sfOrf f°rl«'»>

C1 It YI DTOtv J

S\DNE\

IIRISI1\NI

M Yin BOROUGH BUM) MU Hit GI YDSIOM

ROOKH Y511 TON

M\CUA\

10WNSMLIE

IUCINDY-I01NT G1 lUiniON C iliNS

101irl)OLCL\S

«II UP Y io nu (wed

nth April) 0 i m

BUMN\ON(. 1 ri _nd May

.llltlYN tted, 7th Muj

hONOOttARRY, Tri, Dill

I iv li p lil

'UltlGRINr tted ltth

Mai noon Hie fastest inters! ito stennet

.lllllll TO DU («eel

"0th \| ril) 0 p m

THUIN tted -Hi May,

I I KI GUIM «el Hill M iv noon Hie fastest interat itc steamer liomGI I IONG 1 i YUM i ni I M wcYsni

l)l I I N'-LYND poins

"Cirfco will le recel

of tie vc sol

tint it «111 le shut out

las ages ivallallo on lelurn journo) by rail or steamer ire issued at spcei ti rates tor Ydcloide an I S}dnev

HOMARD SMITH COMPYM ITD

Head Oillce-Corner Marl et street and Flinders

lane Iel his ti., md 113

\uslraHan tt harf tclej hone 2100 Yt_ VKT LST AUSTRALIA

tor YDLLYIDL,

» ALDAVI,

FRrMAYTLE transhipping for

Cm YLDTON and NORTH « L8T POnTS

Cargo Booked Through to Perth

S S KAIGOORLIF

SUIS

S «URDU 10th HAY

rollo«el hv

S S COOIOARDIF

SYTURDY1 "Jill MA\

UNSURPYSSH) YCCOMMOD YTION FOU

P \SS! NOF11S

Stewardess in Both Classes

NOT1 - Return Tickets ar" Interchangeable with The Ho uri Smith Co ltd and Huddart, 1 ailici ant» Co s btenl lera

Appl} lo

Veil \Y 11 \11 II McIACHYIlN anl CO PRO PRILIYM IIMIT1I) 107 Collins street

Sb h M COORI li

'.ills

rilli) W "nil MU

U 1" O C loti Mlllllljll

Lovvt t li Iglits and larra I or furthti | irtliulirs

Yiill) MtllWRUIIl Mci \CU\IIN Willi Hill Yin I mm I) 107 Collins

IW

EST AUSTRALIA

Tbo Powerful Stcamslilp

PERTH 2J00 Tons,

SAUS

MU,

lor ADLLAIDI

BUNDURE,

UTtLMANTLE

G1 R YLDTON

(tt Ithout Transhipment)

Cargo Hooked Throueji to Perth LOYVLST 1-A11LS and 1 RblGHTS

MEI BOURNE fälLAMSUlP CO LTD,

25 KINO STUEFT

Telephone» 013 and 8077.

e

ÜDDABT PAUKER und Co'» U D D A It T PARKER and Co '»

BAY EXCURSION and VICTORIAN

COASTAL SERVICES

The Magnificent Excursion Steamer

o o u it i L n

In Conjunction with the Tavourite Steamer

EXCELSIOR, Tram Queens Wharf

To PORTIRI1NGTOV and CFELONO -Dall)

(Sundays I icci ted) -COURIER 10 am E\OH*SIOH 4 pn SATUR I) IYS 2 TO | m I arcs.-Saloon single °/0 return J/0 rorccibin single 1/0 return "/ blTUHDU IrTlRNOON -lo Portnrlington Day return saloon,

2/

Note - No cargo received within 15 minutes of sailing time Tel 2751

- .

To OIPPSI \ND LAKES from No i Berth

Queen s M liarf calling at Queenscliff Portsea Waratah Daj PORT ALBERT, lajncsvlllo and BAIRNSDALE carry ing cargo also for Cunnine,hamc Orbost Metung Mossiface Brithcn Bulumwaal, alen Wills Omeo nnd SALE

DESPITCH

.EVTRY SVTURDAY nt 1 p m

PORTSLV toMEIBOURNI -J-very Theirs U>

.Note-Vo Cargo Hecelted Later ti an NOON

11UDDART, PlltKLR anl CO PPY LIMITED,

t 6'5 COLLINS STHLET

HUDDABT PARKFB and l

UDDART PARKER and I

PASSENOLR M VIL and CARGO SERVICES Fares and Freights Lowest Current Rates

Return Portions of Coistal Tickets avail able by Messrs Howard Smith Co 9 (Ltd ) snd M Iltvraith M Eacham a steamers New Zcalind tickets for stop otcr and return and Tasmanian tickets for return by Union Co s steamers and

vice tersa

To AD1-LVIDE AIBAN1 and IRrMlNTLI

(Transhipping for GLRUDTOV and 2tOHnl MIST IOR1S)

1 roin No 11 Bertli Australian Wharf,

ANGLIVV

&VTURD« Jrl MVY 10 a m

Splendid ccommodation foi passengers Stcnrdess in both classes Inspection iniited

Ctr"o booked through to PERTH

lo SYDN) i anl M WClSTLE from No 4 Berth

Queen s W li irf -

.UlltllON bVr >rd MU noon

1 lorn No 11 Berth Australian Wharf - UURHUMI)] LI Sir loth MVY noon .Cargo on!)

From GEFIONO to bYDNI Y NI «CASTLE and

QLLrSSIAND 1 ORTS (Cargo only) BVHWOV ntlDVY "nd MIY

To LAUNCFSTON from No 4 Berth Q leen i

W turf TI cnee 1 v Rall to HOBART Tlo Express I as. ei ger Steamship

COOGEE

TUESDAY Oth »IVY 3pm

1ULS1UY 13th Mli S put TUESDAY "0th MIY 3 pm To ALL NEW ZEALAND PORTS

Tront Sydne) Ma Aucltlnnd

ZEALVNDIA 7th MVY

From MELBOURNE lia Hobart,

WESTRILIV 14th MAY From Sydney Ma Aucklind

LUNG IMITE "lBt MU From S) dne) I ia li eil ne,ton

WESTnVLIl 31st MVY

HUDDABT, PARKER and CO IPY LIMITED

52j COI LINS S1REI T

UNION I ISC of STLVMEUS

To

NEW 71 ILAND 1 ISM INI V and

SOUTH SI I ISLVNDS

rAUNCISlOV (from Qi ecu s Wlarf)

I VTIIN V liida) "id Mu 1 pin I IT1 I N I I rid OU M ) .1 pin

DriONPORl anl DURNII (HOOMI e. Cirgo

Tino igh to Wynyard I cnguin and Liter

stone)

II OH I Mon 11) 5th Mi) noon 11 OH I Mondii 1 til Mi) i oon

BUHNII bllMIY l nd DI I ONI OUT

11 OH I lonorrott (llursdi)) 10 a m 1 LOI! I TI urad y Sth Mu) 10 a ni

>TB 1HAV (7eel au) Hep/urn Point <«2uecmrtOVîl>)

and Kell Basin (Goru anston)

It VW WIRI Tuesday lilli May noon hVWVTIRI ftieidn) lilli M ) noon

HOB VRT

1 VI UNI 1IIIS DU (Hcdncla)) "pin

(Ca go reienel till 11 a ni onlt )

li VRU1MOO We InesdT 111 Mi) J 1 in ILL NI-M /L VI AND lOltrS

lrom Mello rne (v i Hobirt)

TVIUN1 THIS DU (Wednesh)) pill

iCarg ) leeeu 1 lill lilli only )

W VRHIMOO Wcduesli) 7th Ma) J n m

I rom Sy dni) -

MAR Ano V via Vic ela d 30th Vpril noon WlIHOHl iii M ellington 3r 1 Ma) noon

FUI (buta and Iciuka) TONGI SAMOA

Oin)

lrom SYDN 11 1HUROIO Tuesday Oth Ma)

Carho pel Leura loth list bhinine, notca exel nged len for ti rough bills oí lading [rom lUClvLlM) (liji Direct)

01 VI VU 1st M l)

ItVHOrONGV nnd I U11TI

lrom lUCiaINO 1WIUNI 20th Ma) Re luccd rail ticl ets to and from Sy dney Illustrated Tasmanian C uide 1/

Tull particulars on application to

LMON STEVM Still CO of N ¿ LTD,

453 COLLlNS-bTRLEl

TLASMVVIA - NORTHWEST CO 1ST DEVON

10RT BUHMI SI I VII Y

b S I I O It I 1" J Ton« 1000 1 11 I

Leaves Mell otimo I ter) Mouh) for DFl ON

IORI anl BUHNII ml Etcr) IIRiHSDU for UURNII STVNI11 anl DI I ONI ORT

Bookit g Curto Pi rough to

WYNYARD UNCU1N ni d UI II RSTONE 1 ARES -Saloon 10/ im,lc 50/ ret im

Steerage "0/ sli gie JO/ relu n IRI ICIir it loicst rit s

UNION LINE of S1LAMLUS, 4o3 Collins st

,IIE ADELAIDE STLAMSHIP CO L1M1TID

T

Saloon pacage t ckets are interelnngeat le ifter the first i ort ! ct\ con Mell omi o ni I I tin a lill the steamers of ti c V U b N Co ni the Howard Smith Hi e subject to e Uitio is to be nseertali ed on n| i lication 1 or 11)1 I 111)1 an 1 W V oil tit I els aro intcrcliantc 1 li »lill the V U b N Co

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TraliBhipplig for

Gulf and S E Ports

of S I

LbPERlNCl BU GI H li DION ind

NORTH WLS1 lores

Caigo booked through to Perth

ADI-LUDE SP! IMbHIP COMPVNY LIMITI D corner Collins ind Kit t, strectB

BURNIP and 1)1 IOVI OUT

S S IT INDERS

E1EHY I HID li at 10 anl

1 rom No 2 1 rii ci s li li irf

Passengers for, Iiunceston Holirt Zeehan Strahan U ran trotel ila aboie | orts

Ircigl ts at lowest rntes

No earto received alter 1 p m THLHSDV1

I VRI S

Saloon - Single 30/ Return 50/ Steerage - Snulc "0/ Hetuin 30/ ii elu Iii e, ali moil« 111

TORN IICII1S Al ULlllIl for Ililli I

MONTHS ii ire INilRCIIVNOl lilli ntl, UNION COS STI AMIRS ,|" DllONIOHl 1H11ÎNI1 ml I lUNCl-SION VI bO HUDI) Uti

PUIKERSIINI til LIUNCI SION and "ice

ici «a

l'articulais a| pli ofllce « Princes Whaif South

Mell oune 1 I 11 oí e 1010

JOHN M 1LW lï V11H Jujcnt_____

TT7 ESTI UN DISTRICTS PORT«

Stcimcrs I ci\o Melbourne is Under -

Toi W IRHNIMDODE

S S CVSINO Mc h ck la) 311th \t r\\ tOON bS II1NDIHS Moidil 5th Ihy jpm

1 or TORI 1 URI '

Sb CVSINO Wedncbdal JOth lpril NOON

lorlOliriVNI)

i,S ("VS1NO With esdai »til Vprll NOON S S li INDI HS Molla) 5th May G n ni

1 or 111 ACU1 OUT P

S S CVSINO We h es li) 30th April NOON

MVSION uni I ORT MVCDONNLLL STI VMHt Ub i quired

CHICO to usuro ehipnent must be it wharf one lo r lefor i liertlsed time of sailing and will i ot I terell eil after 12 noon on Saturdays

jons M UM RUTH ' HO» Uti) SMITH COMPVNY LTD

Bl LI 1ST aid KOROIT S N CO LTD

1 articulara freights fare« &c i apply at office INo 2 Prince i llhail Telephone 11!S amil W10

Busnnii-i -rtôrïoM.

REMEMBER THESE ¡POINTS

(1) "Robur" Tea, Is "the Leaf of the True

Tea Plant."

(2) Every Leaf used Is a "eOurj" one. (3) There is '.'no". Common Grade.

(1) Each package contains "full" weight

of Leaf.

(5) There arc four Grades-"Special,"

"No, 1," "No. 2," and "No. 3."

(0) It is sold by "nearly every Grocer and

Storekeeper In Packets, and Tins.

- THE "ROBUR" TEA CO.

I

The "No. 2" Grade at 1/3 is especially good Tea for general use; every grade is now sold at 3d. per pound less titan it used to be.

noBun.

R!

»BBSS ¿MD FASHION

UFOI1JI YOUR-5 ¿RESS BILL, LADIES.

BUY YOUR WINTER COSTUME, MANTLE, or

JACKET

. At

THE COLOSSEUM,

CHAPEL-STHEET, PRAHRAN

(Belween Town-hall and High-street).

A Stylish BLACK CLOTH CHESTER COSTUME,

perfect Utting, 25/

A Really Nico 3 Cheviot Do., Do-, black or navy,

stylish silk collar, 35/

A Very Smart «ill. COVERT CLOTH JACKET,

fawn, dark grey, and new green, nicely stitched collars and cuffs, 27/0

FAWN CitAVENETTE «in. JACKETS, perfect

Utting, nicely finished, 10/(1

FAWN, OllUy. and KKW (¡KEEN HERRING-

BONE MACS., tilth velvet collars, scry spe-

cial, 18/11

Fawn I)o.\ Cloth Short Jackets, lined with all

colours gluce silk, a marvellous line, 21/; reduced fiom Sä/0

YY'c hold a Magnificent Stock ol Skirts, Children's

Costumes, Furs, &c, lit subitrliau prices.

T

NEW* STYLES in HATS and BONNETS.

Camel's Hair Felt, new shapes and colours, trimmed ribbon and quill, 7/H. Cotonation San Toy Hats, lilli, quill mid buckle, 111'(I, 12/0. Coloured Straw-, trimmed silk, velvet, and quill, 10/0, 12/0. Kelts, tbrec-cornereil, trimmed silk mid velvet, quill, all fashionable shades, 10/0. Girls' Flops, tiimmcd silk and chenille, all colours, 8/11. YVc have just opened a line of French Millinery Hats, Ve will clear at 21/, 25/, 20/. Coloured unlrlmmcd Felts in pink, sky blue, white, nnd all other new shades and shapes, 2/3, 1/11, 5/11. Imponed Felts, in nil abades, O/O,

"CHILDREN'S MlLLlNKUYsOt the BIG SI ORT..

Cream Corduroy Velvet1 Bonnets, edged silk, ap- plique, and tip, 0/11. Cream, red, grey, and brown Silk Bonnels, trimmed osprey tip and chiffon, 7'11, 10/0, 12/0. Drawn Silk Hat, cloth top, 1/11. silk velvet do., 7/G, 10/0. Gills' velvet Toques, with wing, nil colours, 7/G.

MACMILLAN* and Co.,

?nu: III« STOKE.

CIIAPEL-STIiECT, PRAHRAN.

the steamers of Hie Adelaide S.S. Co. nnd the Howard Smith line, subject to conditions to be ascertained on application. For Adelaide

PAROO, 4 p.m.,

TUESDAY, Oth MAY,

(Omits Albany.) P1LBARHA, 4 p.m.,

TUESDAY. 20lh MAY. (Omits Albany.) ADELAIDE

FREMANTLE - PERTH

GERALDTON

N.tt'. PORTS, W.A And SINGAPORE. SYDNEY

BRISBANE

And nil

QUEENSLAND«

-POUTS

To

ROCKHAMPTON.

SYDNEY

BRISBANE YY'ODONGA, 2 p.m.,

' And all SATURDAY, loth MAY.

QUEENSLAND * INNAMINCKA, 2 p.m., I

PORTS SATURDAY, 17th MAY. To COOKTOWN*. ARAMAC, 2 p.m.,

I SATURDAY, 21th MAY. "AltAWATTA connects with steamer from Bris- bane, 13th Slay, for THURSDAY ISLAND, NOR- MANTON, and BURKETOWN.

fV.y.'tW« i ) MILDURA.

} wiwwl'ihY f WEDNESDAY, 21st MAY.

L.YUTOKA (I'Hi). (From SldncvY

NOUMEA. ) l °n B'*""*'.

NO CARGO RECEIVED WITHIN ONE HOUR I ol SAILING TIME. '

For further particulars

JYpply COMPANY'S ObTICE, 403 Collins-street.

-jirELBOÛRNE Ju LAUNCESTON.

S.S. AUSTRALIA*«*, 3(3 Tons,

Leaves Melbourne. South Whaif, Every SATUR-

DAY, J p.m.:

LAUNCESTON, Every TUESDAY, 3 p.m.

Tlds Fast and Comfortable Steamer is replete with every modern convenience. The SALOON u AMIDSHIPS and ON DECK. ELECTRIC LIGHT throughout. STEWARDESS. RETURN TICKETS

.niable three months.

S.-SAI.OON ?"*'

STANLEY,

ULVERSTONE,

S.S. ORION, 250 Tons,

Leaves South Wharf EVERY SATURDAY, nt 2 p.lll. DECK CABINS, STEWARDESS, ELECTRIC LIGHT. Fares-Saloon, 20/; return, 30/. Meals,

For LORNE and APOLLO BAY.-S.S. DORSET, 110 tons, will leave ¡-outil Wlmri. For APOLLO HAY.-Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 0 p.m. For LORN!*.-Friday, 5 p.m. STEWARDESS, DECK CABINS. I'arcs-lO/ single, JO/ return. Meals, 1/. All freights must be prepaid.

J B. EI.LEHKl'.K, Agent. 372 Fllndera-atrect.

BAIRNSDALE. BRUTHEN, OMEO, MOSSI-

FACE, BULUMWAAL, CUNNINGHAME. ORBOST, GLEN WILLS, and SAN REMO.-S.S. WYRALLAH. 302 tons, leaves South Wharf every WEDNESDAY, at I pin. Farcs.-%Saloon, 10/; ro

MAFFRT,' "HÉYFÍKÜV," ROSEDALE' Sïîikr'. FORD, and QUEENSCLIFF.-S.S. QUEENS- CLIFF leaves South YY'harl Every Saturday, at noon. J. B. ELLEHKl'R, Agent, 372 FUnders-at.

»f CLIPPER PACKETS, for LONDON.

Loch Rannoch....[ li"-»"Iii. M. Hoddle..|Mny 3

Those vessels «ill all receive goods engaged for up to advertised dates, if not previously full.

FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER; ACCOMMODATION. Saloon passengers «ill be supplied with all re- quisites for the vojnge.

For freight and passage apply to

JOHN SANDI.R.SO.N and Co., YVilliam-strect. Melbourne (telephone No. 20S), or AITKEN, LIL BURN, an_d_Co., Ol.issoiv._

Tj*"OK LONDON DIB E"""C~T.'

The Fine Steel Clipper Ship

THETIS,

100 Al at l.lo.vds, 1205 Tons,

Captain OLIVER,

Ia Now Receiving ("aigo at Hie Australian

Wharf,

And will lie Promptly Despatched.

WILLIAM CROSBY and Co., 517-510 Colline' street, Agents._

Jj" O if _ H A L W.

Mews. .1. II. WI:1IM:N-|10IT.R and Co. will SELL at their Am Mon Mut. Currie street. Adelaide, the Adelaide Mi ilu-lup Co.*s S.S. FltWKLTN, an she lies at Point M.iliolin, W.A. The sale to take place at 2 p.m., on Tiuirxl 1} ne.M. The steamer (us only lately hid i new boiler put in, and was ihorounhiy overhauled at Mort's Dock, Sydney, about 12 months ago.

THE ADELMPE STEAMSHIP CO. LTD.

ÊNEItAL AVERAGE S.S. ARGUS,

G*E

I'rom Calcutta :tnd Singapore.

I The AVERAGE slatimient i-¡ now HEADY, And consignees may oltUin refunds upon presentation i

DBMS AN» FASHION.

BB

SPECIAL GENERAL SALE SPECIAL GENERAL SALE SPECIAL GENERAL SALE

SPECIAL GENERAL SALE -" ". SPECIAL GENERAL SALE . CURTAINS, SPECIAL GENERAL SALE ice.

Of QUILTS.' '

TOWELS.

AT VERY LOW PRICES. AT VERY LOW PRICES. AT VERY LOW PRICES. AT VERY LOW PRICES.

TABLE NAPKINS- '

Breakfast Size? from 3/0 per dozen . Dinner Size, fl/f) per do/en.

DAMASK TABLE LINES, by the yard,

bleached, 6*2in. wide, from 2/2 per yard

LOOM DAMASK, (¡Oin. wide, from 1/5 per

ynrd.

BLEACHED DAMASK TABLECLOTHS

21 yards long, from fi/li

li yards long, from 0/u* each. BED O/UILTS

Fringed Hone) comb-Single, lied size, 5/0;

double-bed size, from 7/1» cadi. Satin Toilet Single-bed Bize, from 7/0; double-bed size, from 11/0.

.ANTRY TOWEL yaid.

BUCKLEY and NUNN'S SPECIAL SALE. COTTON SHEETS

li yards x 2J yards, 4/11 per pair; 1} v. 23,

5/0 per pair; 2 X 3, 7/0; 21 X 3, 8/0; 21 x 3, 8/0 per pair.

TURKISH TOWELS

Bedroom Sl/e, from 101 each

Bathroom Size, special line, 30 dozen, size

29 x OOIn., 2/3 each; usual price 3/ cadi.

PILLOW SLIPS- ?

Plain, 8]d.'etch; Frilled, 13!d. each.

BUCKLEY lyid NUNN'S SPECIAL SALE.

A MANUFACTURER'S RANGE

Of Samples of Linen and Larc, Linen and Renaissance Work, and Embroidered Goods in Doyleys, TiiUlccoters, Table Gentles, éec, at 33 per cent, below usual prices.

SPECIAL PURCHASE of

SUPERIOR Qualltv Double Damask TABLE- CLOTHS, with TABLE .NAPKINS to MATCH,

offered at the -following REDUCED

PRICES:

TABLE NAPKINS

DINNER SIZE, usual piiee 21/, SO/ per

dozen; rcduied price, 11/0, 21/ per dozen.

BUCKLEY and NUNN'S SPECIAL SALE. TAI1LECEOTIIS

ilzc 2 \- -2 .linds, usual price 13/0, 19/0, re-

duced price 10/0, 13/0; size 2 x 21 yards, usual price 19/0, 21/, reduced price 12/1», 10/0; sire 21 .\- 2¡ innis, usual piice 2,1/, 30/, icduccd price lo/l!, 21/. TABLECLOTHS

Size 2 x 3 .t.irds, usual pi ice 27/, reduced price

1S/0; size 2J v. .'I} .Hirds, usual price »2/11, reduced price 22/0; size 21 x t yards, usual price 37/0, 18/0, reduced prlre 20/0, 35/.

BUCKLEY nnd NUNN'S SPECIAL SALE.

SPECIAL REDUCTIONS

'111

BLANKETS and EIDERDOWN QUILTS.

Our Very Large Stock of ill the best makes of

British, Continental, nnd Australian Blankets will be Offered ut Piices Much Under Last SCUSOII'H Hntcs.

our leading w-ell-knotvn makes of Flannels nlso ni Reduced Prices.

BLANKETS.

Cot Blankets, In all sizes, from 0/0 per pair.

W1TNEY.

Slnglc-licd Sizes, 10/0. 12/0, to 33/ per pair 3-hcd Sizes, rrom 11/9 to 12/ per pair Double-bed Sizes, 19/0 to 07/0 per pair.

BEST SCOTCH MAKES, Guaranteed All Wool.

Single and 3 Bed Size, 2r>/, 28/0 per pair Double-bed Sizes, 3a,, 12/, 47/6 per pair. AUSTRALIAN MANUFACTURE.

Single-bed Size, from 12/0 ^-bed Size, 10/0

Double-bed Sue, 21/ to 35/ per pair.

' BUCKLEY, and'NUNN'S SPECIAL SALE. -

EIDERDOWN QUILTS.

From M'Lintork's nnd Other Manufacturers.

French Printed Sateen, Filled with Best Quality

Ituov.int Eiderdown.

Cot Sizes, from 0/0 cudi

.Single-bed Size, from 22/1! each Douhlc-hcd Size, fiom 20/ each.

French Printed Satin, reversed sateen, in all sizes

and qualities, lrom 52/0 each.

A full detailed Price-list of the above will bo forwarded on Application.

ri.ANNT.LS. ,

White nnd Cream Finish' Flannels, guaranteed all

pure wool, suitable for ladies', children's, uni! gents' underwear

Fancy Wove Flannels, In n large variety of de-

signs, suitable for shirts, pyjamas, blouses,

&c.

t

j best quality of cloth, . , buitaliie tor wrappers, dressing jackets,

bloiiK .

Putlerns of any of the above will be Forwarded m Application. , ' TAPESTRY TADLKCOVEHS.

2 yards x 2 yards, reduced to 10/0 24 yards x 2 yards, reduced to 15/

3 yards x 2 yards, reduced to 18/0.

NOTTINGHAM LACE CURTAINS, in Cream,

While, and Ecru, icduccd to 0/0 and 7/0 per pair.

REVERSIUI E CRETONNES, just opened, In Art

Shades, 1/ yard.

| BUCKLEY nnd NUNN PROPRIETARY LIMITED, ]

BOURKE-STREET, MELBOURNE.

B

U O K L E Y (ind N U N N |

PROPRIETARY LIMITED.

JUST ARRIVED, in ANSWER to CABLE ORDER,

LARGE SHIPMENT I

I Ladies' 3 Sac Coats, In now stripe and herringbone

covert coating, velvet collars, newest shades. of green, grey, and fawn, 27/0, 35/ Lined fancy stripe, 38/0, 42/

Also Full-length Rain Cloaks, in green, grey, and

ann, 27/0, 33/

Will Also Offer a Clearing Uno of

LADIES' SILK BLOUSES, in taffeta, tucked and

plain fancy silks, in all nottcs| shades, al

10/0; usual prlcB» 25/ to 35/.

Ladles' Re.idy-to-Wear Costume Skirts, well cut

and nude, of newest designs and colours, in tweeds, cheviots, &c, 21/; worth 35/.

BUCKLEY and NUNN

PROPRIETARY LIMITED, ,

300 BOURKE-STREET,

MELBOURNE.

B

ALL and WELCH PROPRIETARY LIMITED.

SPECIAL NOTICE.

Wo shall SHOW TO-DAY and FOLLOWING

DAYS

Several SPECIAL LINES of

' LADIES' " HOSE,

Which no h'avo Marked at SPECIAL JOB PRICES,

To Effect n Speedy Clemunce.

-

Al ; tOIBHIl II ELT

UNIVERSAL HELP CO.,

312 LITTLE COLLINS-STREET.

Telephone; 2117.

TB,Y OUR NEW CARPET CLEANING PROCESS,

MOST EFFECTIVE and CHEAPEST.

lURNITUPa PACKED, nEMOVED, SHIPPED.

FURNITURE and PIANOS STORED.

GENERAL CLEANING CONTRACTORS.

.. A NTHOS.*' - Tills wen-recommended ann X1 splendid preparation for the hair, 2/6; posted 8/3. Foy and Gibson, Beddome, Buckhurst,

Bowen. All chemist«.

DKKSS AND FASHION.

SPECIAL PURCHASE of DRESS MATERIAL

By

CRVIG, WILLIAMSON PROPRIETARY LTD.

TO DAY and FOLLOWING DAYS

Ile will

OFrER A SPECIAL LINE

In

COLOURED DRESS MATERIALS,

Secured b) our Home Buyers at the close of the seimon at a Big Reduction Off Regular Prices AR the Goods have been Marked Low, and arc Right for Present Wear, ive Anticipate a Speed)

flin rriezo Hortsicks, Pastel shades, Ac.

Hin l'inné Cloths, all wool, lovely satin finisli. 42in Zcliilinc Cloths, plaid effects. Hin. Finke Tweed«, all wool

ISIn. Herringbone Stripe Cheviots.

V

ALL ONE PRICE, 2/0.

CRAIG, WILLI IMSON PROPRIETARY LTD.,

S 22 ELIZABEril-STHEET, MELBOURNE.

AT

CRAIG, WILLIAMSON PROPRIETARY LIMITED.

TO-DVY and DURING «io WEEK

We will

SHOW a MANUFACTURER'S STOCK

Of

JACKETS, CAPES, and TUR NECKLETS.

Secured by Our Home Buyer at Less Than

Half the Regular Price. ' He QLOTE a FEW of the LINES : 1790 .Tickets, all 10/0 1200 Juckeln, nil 21/ 890 Capes, til 10/0 730 Capes, nil 19/0

150 1 rench Models, all 15/

1270 Children's Necklets, gre), brown, and black,

all 1/11

490 Long Grei Hare Necklets, 13/0 1270 .Marmot Necklets, 5/11 and 7/0

1900 Ladies' Muffs, will be cleared at 7/0 and

lO/O cub

CRAIG, WILLIAMSON PROPTY. LTD ,

S 22 ELIZABETH-STREET,

.MELBOURNE;

And at BALLARAT and BENDIGO.

.rnXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS In BLANKETS

And PINK FLANNELETTES

At

CRVIG, WILLIAMSON PROPTY. LTD.

150 pairs Double-bed Witncy Bhnkcts, 16/0 per

pair, worth 20/

i pairs Double bed All-wool Twill Blankets, 25/0

pair, worth 32/o

175 pieces of Tink Flannelette, 2/11, 4/11, 0/0

dozen

Purchasers should moko a point of seeing these goods, as the1 value la- phenomenal, v " -

CR VIG, WnXIAMSON PROPTY". LTD.,

8 22 ELIZABETH STREET,

MELBOURNE.

T ¡A I N E R and C<

Arc DISPOSING of a

MAGNIFICENT COLLECTION

Of

PLAIN and r.YXOY LEVENS,

Suitable for Toilet and Household Purposes,

TO-D.VY-and FOLLOWING DAYS.

_

A MOST EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY

Will bo Given to SECURE some of the Choicest

and Most'Useful Items from our Well-known

IUGH.CLVSS LINEN STOCK,

Vt

EXCEEDINGLY LOW PRICES.

Also,

A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF CAMBRIC EMBROIDERIES, HEAL TORCHON LACES,

And

HEMSTITCHED LINEN H INDKERCH1EFS,

At SPECIAL PRICES.

STAINER and Co.,

33, 33 SWANSTON-STREET.

m It E A D W A Y and C(

SMITH-STREET,

THE LEADING HOUSE

Tor

LADIES' JACKETS and MACKINTOSHES.

WARM WINTER JACKETS.

Fawn Sao Back 3 Jackets, lï/, 18/0, and 21/ Extra Long J Jackets, fawn and green, 2J/0

Rea) Smart Coats, made of all wool cut ort coating,

,tu Jackets, 50[n long, u reilly warm jacket,

29/U and 32/0

Craienctte Jackets, ovtri long, scierai shades of

fawns and greens, 30/

Ladies* Tight-fitting Jackets, at very low prices,

wonderful value, .it 10/0

Scalctte Jackets, full sne«, from 39/0.

LVDIES' MACEINTOSIIFS

Tip-top Coats, in fawns and navy, the very latest

simpes, 13/0 and 15/0

Magnificent Co-its, in the Herringbone. Cashmore, I . and Cm ort Finish, 18/0, 22/0, and 25/0

Lovely Coats, in iirettt green 6hadcs, also fawns,

heavily coided yoke, J3/Ü

Tailor-made Work a Speciality.

TREADWAY and Co.,

COLLINGWOOD.

rnllE LEVIATHAN OLOTIHNa COMPANY.

For the WINTER SEASON.

BOYS' OVERCOATS nnd SUITS.

D.B. Reefer Jacke's, in blue nap, velvet collars,

8 to 0. 5/0; 7 to s, 5/11

E.B. Chesterfields, In plain grey, 0 to 3, 7/0; 4,

8/0; 5, 0/0

Fancy S.B. ClieBtcrflelds, in fawn, astrachan col

lara; 1, 2, 11/0. 3, A, 12/0, 5, 13/0

Km S B. Chesterfields, astrachan collars, 0 lo 8.

12/0; 4 to 5, 13/0

D.B. llluck Chu lot Overcoats, with fur collars,

0, 1, 10/°. 2- ?>. 17/°' *. 5> W

S.B. Chesterfields, in fawn, gre), and mi) Vene-

tian Cloth, our own make, 5 lo 7, 17/0, 8. 18/0; 'J, 10, 19/0; II, 12, 21/

Fawn Balnproof Talmas, the newest stylo, made in

England, 5. 0, 7, 21/, 8, B, 10, »3/0

Mackintosh Ccntentiinls, tilth Cape, 15/fl to 21/,

according to size

Tatin Muck'nlo* Chesters, from size 0 to 21, 21/

to 21/0, oecoidlng to size

Heavy Tweed bailor Suits, in grey and brown, 3 to

0, 4(3: 7 to !), 5/3

Navy Twill beige bailor Suits, winter weights, 3

to 0, 6/0; 7 to 0, 0/0

TUB LEVIATHAN CLOTHING COMPANY,

Corner of

BOURKE and SWANSTON STREETS.

CONSULT E. HOLLAND, Hair Specialist, W3

Collins st., all diseases of Scalp, Bald batches, Scurf, Bingil orm, Hair Turning Grey.

BA

DRESS AITO FASHION.

OPPORTUNITIES AMONG AUTUMN DRESS STUFFS.

GEORGE and GEORGE LTD,

The possibilities afforded by this rich gathering ol bright, beautiful, new Autumn Dress Stuffs to l.idiuá who ari: planning autumn and winter cos- tumes, lor them*-elves or others, broaden out vastly upon closer iiHpeotion.

Hut the collection is go comprehensive that we can only mention a few- at random. Every sort told of previously it still in ample supply to-day in spite of our clients' evident eagcrnesá to satisfy Mieir needs early.

Here arc a few ncweomois just opem.1 for the

first timo to-dav:

CHAVEKETTE Waterproof, yet, ready for .....

thine ¡ia well an »bower.?, OOin. wide, the most fa*hionahIc material for the new Ion? sac ladle?1 jackets, colour-» nav.in, Breve, fawns, green«, draU, and all other stylish shades, at 5/(1 per j ard

COVERT COATING, fllin. wide, in all colo: .

for jackets and coats and skirts, at 5/11 per

jt ard

MOREEN SKIRTIXGS, »Sin. wide, in nil

shades, for underskirts, Ac, at 2/fi per yard. As a reminder, the earlier (foods include:

KebeUncs, 1/11 to 7/11 Trieze«*, ¿/li to 1/11

llop-yickfi, 2/11 to 4/U Clin Iota, 2/Ü to :i/ll

Plain Clotlii, 2/11 to 7/11.

With suth full stocks and such reasonable prices, lils is an unusual and important opportunity to happen just at the time when the air is full of autumn dressmaking: plans.

LOVELY FABRICS

Arc our ni ray of Winter Drca Stuff/*.

wonder tli.it universal admiration falls to their lot, and that the dainty Roods fast find appreciative posäes-jore, especially at these hin tu of prices:

' Corduroy Velveteens, OJd. pet' yard

Plain Velveteens, 1/tlJ per yard

»luck Glace Silks, 1/llJ per yard Ulack Merv., 1/9 per yard

Mack Cashmere, from 2/ per yard Ulack Cloths, from 2/11 per i ard, FASCINATING MILLINERY.

In our charmingly attractive collectioi

the newest, daintiest creations in Ladies' Millinery that Paris London, and our u fair city could produce may be found

appropriate fin hiring touch to many a sump- tuous costume. Our lint» and Honnetfl pro- duce effects that are btriking and bewitch- ing.

GIRLS' WINTER HATS.

They aie smart and stylish, anil now. They tire girlish hats. We --pcntl ju.it as much caie and ikill in providing Hats for gills and children as for their elders. This win- ter's gathering is better titan ever; lower priced titan ever. These specially suitable

for behool.

LADIES' UNDERWEAR.

health at this season. Too heavy-abso- lutely intolerable. For the nott month or two the greatest comfort will be got by wearing our Light .weight, Umbri nimble Natural Wool Combinations, in all sizes, from Ö/3 (short hleevei) and 5/0 (long sleeves) *o 7/0; and when the heavier

More popular than ever, judging by

number of sets we sell,

Jubt the game for the approaching lons, cold evenings. Champion meets cham- pion, child meets child, young and old thoroughly enjoy it. New lot just

opened :?

?IficqucV complete sets 10/0 to 35/ Rctst White nails 1/11 dozen Rest Coloured Rails 1/ doren

Pick-ups («-co them?), 1/ each

Very Special new (Juinea Sets, with

wooden bat3, just in.

-OUR TRICES are based on the keenest( cash tenus ROTH llUYING and SELLING, but to secure YOUR TRADE we give Our .Popular Coupons on every penny you spend

In cash with us.

OUR COUPONS are ctjual to n discount or 1/ in the £1, with a further advantage if you save them up. (See pamphlet.)

1 GEORGE AND GEORGE LIMITED,

' UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS,

THE TEDERAL EMPOniUSf, COLLINS-STREET.

LADIES' MACKINTOSHES.

Mackintoshes, in navy anil fawns. The Empress, 8/11, l'/O. A Pretty Navy Mackintosh, in navy cloth, 2 capes, *27/0, 30/. Tiio Emprcst anti Sac Mackintosh, in fawns, grey, and green coverts. 18/(1, 2-2/0, 23Í, ''0/0. Cravcncttc Coals, good quality, semi-sac, 3 capes, 37/0. Paletots, in green »lid (awn covert cloths, 27/0, 30/, 32/0.

LADIES' UMBRELLAS.

ami :l/0. Black Levantine, very durante, with steci roils, 1/0, Ó/.1, 5/0, 0/3, and 0/0 each. Levantine Silk, with silver-mounted crooks or fancy handlea, 7/0, 7/11, S/0, S/ll, and n/0. Special Value, with good assortment oi handles, 10/. Hoy.il Twill Silk, with silver-mounted crooks or fancy handles, 12/0, 13*0, U/0, 10/0. 17/0, 10/0, and 21/. Chil- dren's Unihrellas, ,'1/3 and 4/0. Ulack Brocaded Merveilleux, plain and fancy handles, 8/3, 0/0, 11/, 13/, 10/11. 18/11, and SI/O. Black and While

GENTLEMEN'S MACKINTOSH OVERCOATS.

Spccia"l Line in Gents' Navy Blue Waterproof Chester* and Centennial Overcoats, 13/0. Gents' Waterproof Tweed Centennial«, 21/. 2.*i/, 30/, .IS/. Gents' Waterproof Tweed Driving Coats. 27/0, 32/0, 37/0, JO/. Gents' Waterproof Covert Coating Chesters, 25/, 27/0, 30/, 32/0, 33/, 37/0, 40/.

GENTLEMEN'S UMB1IELLAS.

Special Lines in Gentlemen's Levantine Silk Um lircllns, natural handles, C crook sticks, Taragon frame-, 1/U nml 7/0. A Sped ii Line at 5/0, «1th nickel top knoll handle*. \cry strong material. Another Good Line, C crook handles, with stcrlinir sliver tips, Paragon frames, line Levantino silk covers, 0/0 and 11/0.

GENTLEMEN'S LEATHER LEGGINGS.

The Kitchener Military Leggings, fit any size calf, 10/0 pair. Leather Leggings, with huckle fastenings, 0/; tame, with spring fastcnlugs, 0/1); premier patent fastenings, 8/0.

FOY nnd GIBS 0_,N, SMITH-STREET, COLLINGWOOD.

mun MUTUAL sronc LIMITI:

Arc OfTcrinc;

T O - DA Y

A Special Purchase

Of

, DRAWN' THREAD

And

HAND EMBROIDERED TRAY CLOTHS,

8IDE1I0A11D CLOTHS, SHEETS.

BEDSl'ltEADS,

PILLOW SHAMS, SHEET SHAMS, U'OYI.EYS,

And

HANnKEnriUEES,

Made for one of the Most Exclusive Houses in the Trade. A hitch of some sort left them ol

nianufacturei-s' agent's hands. We bought them at half their -.alue, and wc SELL THEM AT HALF THEIR VALUE.

COME TO-DAY.

THE MUTUAL STORE LTD.,

rUNDEltS-STHEET.

I Cushions for covering, 1/, 1/0. Feather, Iwnok

beda, specialty.

»HESS ANS FASHION.

JACKETS

And

COSTUMLS

You Cannot Do Better Than

CALL and INSPLCT

BUSSELL, ROBSON, and BUSSELL'S

1MMLNSE STOCKS

COSTUMES

HO Imported Black H iblt Cloth Costumes cither

Chesterfield or double breasted jackets, lined with sill -it 29/0 and Jj/G These arc much under regular price

TO Ilopsaek 1 riere Cloth 01 ¡"cbctine Cloth Cos

tumob with new Russian coats, trimmed glace silk ind fine! buttons 42/

Importe 1 I u ki t and Skirt Costumes, in all tho

latest shades and disons, 03/, 70/0 to 170/. .

TVCItlTS ind COSTUME SKIRTS

Covert Conting Jickets in fawn and e,ro), 10/11

' "in nnd the Litest Shades of Green Covert Cost-

ing Jackets threc-qinrtcr length, Chesterfield '"onts npoi'-' ' ""

nette lae

i/n 3>/o

1 inn Cloth Tickets trimmed applique ind stitch

nig 270 JJ/0 03/

Serge ind Pinn lustre Skirts, shaped flounce,

trimmed «itln, 10/11

Cashmore Skirts, tilth tucked shaped flounce,

10/11

R VIN CLO UtS ind M VCMNTOSnrS

Cravenctte Rain Colts, in lil shades, full length,

32/0

Mackintoshes in all colours, designs, and sizes,

from 18/0

Cloth Paletots, in broun latin, nnd nav), 3J/0,

CII1LDHI-N S ULST1 RS and MVCItiNTO'iilFS

Ulsters in neuest filudos of frieze cloth with san

hicks, lirgc collars, trimmed leitet ind fur, 12/0 14/11, 10/0

C iildrcn s Maikiiitoslies, in fawn, nav), and brown»

SPrCIVL S VLB

FTINGS Dial fill

special (1 «lal's), 12¡d, 1/0 VII wool Blinkets extra lirgo size, 19/11

3-2111 Hollins Bros' C ilieoes, reduced to 3/11

dozen

Our Special line I rilled Pillow Slip« 0/11 dozen

500 dorai White rurkish towel" extri ltrbc, to

eli ir it 12/11

bpcci ii 1 im of W litti mid 1 cru Lace Curt tins, 4

) min long 7/11 | ur

Inpancsi Heiilhrus> lutesizc 1/11, 2/11 eich

Ile hue just opemd threi casis of Dimitid

Tillie Cloths ind Sornettes, .Ve, tllucll lull be old very elie pi)

IADIIS BOOTS

Wc ire showing to (h) an Imonctn M inufaclurers1

Samples of IIii.li c1 isa Imcrlcuu Boots and Shoes, it 17/0 pair

- f .

BLSSFLL, ROBSON, and BUSSFLL, 210, 24S, 250, 2J2 BOURKE STULET,

MLLBOURNE.

PECIATj^iíOTIOE,

ROBERTSON and MOFITAT'S

ANNUAL SALE

Of i

BED and TABLE LININ, BLANKETS, Lo,

11 iii Commence

TUESD VY, APRIL 20. _ SOME EXCEPTIONALLY CUE IP PURCHASES

SPECIALLY IMPORTED for 1 HIS S VLF

|Tll0 WHOLE of OUR STOCK of HIGH CLASS

LINENS HILL BL OII ERED at M.DUCLD

PRICES

VICTORLVN and TASM VNIAN BLANKETS at

SALE PRICES.

The Following Quotations Represent a Few of tho

leading Lines -

SIIEFTS, for single beds, silo price 4/3, ordinary

price, a/0

SHEETS, foi double beds, sale price 0/, ordinary

price, 11/0

SHU TS, for single beds, sale price 1/11, ordinary

price, 5/

Unbleached for servants

PILLOW SI lPb plain, sale price from GJtl ;

ordin ir) pnce 71d

PILI OH SI IPs, frilled, sale price "iel , ordinary

price, lojd

P1LIOW SUPS, ijin frill, sale price 1/, ordinary

price, l/ll

QLILTS for single beds, sale price 0/0, ordinary

price, 7/9 " QUI! TS, for double beds, sale price S/, ordinary I price, l)/3

DA5LISK OIOTIIS Bleached

2 vards x2 yirds, «alo price C/3, ordinary

price 0/tl

21 yards \ 2 yards, snle price 0/3, ordinary

price, 7/0

3 yards x 2 j iras, sale price 0/, ordimry

price, 12/0

3 yards x 21 )ards, sale price 10/3, ordinary

price, 1J/0

DAMASlt CIOT11S

31 lards x 21 tards, sale price 12/0, o-dinary

pi ice 14/11

1 yirds \ -1 yards, sale price 18/11, ordinary

prue, 22/0

DAM IStx N VPMNS

Brcikftst size, sale price 3/11 dozen, ordinary

price, l/ll dozen

Dinner M/O, sale price 5/0 dozen, ordinary

puce, 7/0 dozen

TOWELS

Turkisll, sale price 8/0 ordinary price, 12/

Huckaback, hemstitched. Elie price 12/, ordin-

ary price, 111/ BLANKETS

lor single beds sale price 6/1 pair, ordinary

price, 10/O (mir-

ror single beds sale price 10/3 pur, ordinary

price, 12/0 pair

Three quirtcr size, sale price 13/3 pair, ordin-

är! price, 15/ pair

I or double bed-» sale price 17/0 pair, ordinary

price 20/ pill

Extra largo size, sale price, 20/ pair, ordinary

price, 22/0 pair

SPEClÜTsALE,

COMMEÑCINO TUESDAY', APRIL 29.

Inspection Solidtcd

BED and TABLE IINFN 1IEMMFD and MARKED

TRE1 of CHARGE

ROBERTSON- and MOrrAT,

BOURKE STREET, MELBOURNE«

314, 310, 31S,* 320 BOURKE STREET. SrCCTAL SALE pf BLACK SILKS

Wc lime Just Imported an Exquisite Selec- tion, which wo oiler today at very Low prices

Bhck Glues, Mens, nnd Surahs, 1/11, 2/0,

2/11

Black Peau de Soie 2/11, 1/11, 4/11

Black Vrinurcs and Comités. 3/11 1/11 5/11

Black Broches and Brocades, small und beau-

tiful designs, 1/11, 2/0 BE VUTIFUL J VCKFTS,

Mell made and good fitting, just the lind

you nant Mp hue thom in the loveliest shades, i length chili or cotert (miine,, read! to near, la/0, 17/0, 21/, 29/0, J5/, 42/ 55/ COI

SMIRT COSTUMIS petfect in fit nnd fltmh,

in newest slndc- l / to 10 gnim-is

rillt M CKLl lb i a MUÍ I, of ctcry descrip-

tion and price

SILK UNDERbltlRTS, special line, 0/11.

Cream Sill Tiru' els I -ice Ties, 11 j irds long,

usinllv 2 1, nott 1/J ^

Pans and Butter Guipure Tico Collars, new

shipc-, iity ti uni) now 1/11

WRIGHT nnd NEIL

EGYPT1W HLNNV (Arabi's only genuine), tor

gret hair, 10 000 specimen cas»! 2/0. Coles Book Arcade and roy and Clown s. Sample cases

1/Posted_-j--.-"- n- \

ÍPoiTContiiiuation ofTj«*» and Fashion

n see P»t» 10-) ,,-5 v .

? DWBW _uajr FASHION.

(Qmtinuocl' from l'ngc 1.)

.AT

TTH ACTIVE,

? ? ve

YÍS.

It Draws the Attention of Everyone Who Han an

' ' Eye for the Beautiful.

w MILLER'S'' . FEATHER SHOP.

It is the BEST and CHEAPEST PLACE for

OSTRICH -FEATHERS.

IVhl-f .'

Became every line ive sell is dressed from the raw matcrlul at Our Own Factory. Wo offer them direct from

the farm to thc-wcarcr.

-. BEAUTIFUL BLACK OSTRICH PLUMES,

' 7/0 each', worth 35/.

BLACK or CREAM TIPS, 2/0 the bunch, with

Osprcys. - A Marvel ot Cheapness.

MILLER'S have Real OSTRICH nOAS at 20/, 30/, ~-~ ",'tírcacr.r -"Wc-Hlr twlcc-tho money.

BOA FASTENERS, 1/3' and 2/0 each. Miller's

new patent, suitable 'for. furs or feather

boas.

' Ever}- Lady Should Have One.

It Will I'm- Y'ou to, Call .and See These Gooda

TO-DAY'.

MILLER'S FEATHER SHOP,

Corner

BOURKE and SWANSTON STREETS,

MELBOURNE.

FACE MASSAGE, Steaming, Vaporising. - Sit-

tings, 3/0. Wrinkles rcmoicd by electric treatment. J- S- Eve, toilet hair specialist, 111 Bourkc-st., op. Markot__

rtltENCH CORSETS.-The P.D. Corset« awarded - highest honours -wherever exhibited. Indis- putably the best titling. Obtainable from leading /mi_ors cvcryit here. F" H

AIR. - OLEAO MEDICAL SOAP cleanses, _ strengthens, and beautifies the hair. Tablets 0d" posted lid. Foy ,nnd Gibson, Beddome-, Buckhurst, Bowen, all chemists,_ HAIRS', "superfluous, permanently eradicated by

electricity; also Eve's Depilatory, lor scif use, 3/0, posted anywhere 3/0. J. S. Eve, hair specialist. 114 Uourkc-st.. exactly op. Market.

oiiLAND'S RESTORER is used and recom-

mended by doctora cvcryivlicrc as the best preparation for weak and falling hair._ KIXÓSTÓN'S UMBRELLAS, best ot all for

near. Op. Town-hall, 1)5 Sivanslon-st., Mel- bourne (one door from Colllns-st.). Umbrellas re eovcrcd,, cxcc!lcn_t_wcnr, front 3/0. ._ MILLINERY. - Splendid show" of High-class

Winter MILLINERY-, half city prices. Mrs. Buxton, Nicho1son-st.. Cortil Fitzroy._ AT Eil' MKTH'Ul for face .frejtment, hy -IN Madame Froklar, diplomaed Se-anetinavi.t_ii Mn»ieii>e. IBS foHllis-fll., eue George aiid (icorgo'a. "_f"_UEEN BEE," of "The Australasian." says:

vi* "To iiromote growtli there is nothing niore rellahlo_th.in Holland's Hair Restorer."_ ?\TOUII SUITS CLEANED, Tailor Pressed, 4/(1; J. dud, 0/(1; repairs dm»«, 5/(1. Amolel's Die Works, 40 Elizabeth-si., and subilrba. Toi. 3183.

HISSING FBIENÍJS. MESSAGES, Ac

,A -TOOHEY (cx-supcrinlcndent of police) one! IA.. SON'S INQUIRY OÍ-FICE, 203 Collins-st., Melbourne.-COnhdcntlal. inquiries every descrip- tion. And at Nicholas-lane, .London. A.

,.. -LLOYD'S MISSING FRIENDS and I'll _cluimed Money Olllccs, comer Collius and bivniiston fcts. Fiist established offices Austral

"A DU*Wr^7Swanslóñ5t^*BCcret Investigations _X. every description, inlielng friends traced any part of world; persons kept under surveillance. Established 1SS4. _ _

"XliOOK of "UNCLAIMED LEGACIES, Willa, 'A Chancery-Funds. Dougal, Strand, London. Pot tunes may await you. _._._ AT Ilowdcñ's Inquiry Office, 10' Elirabctll-sl.

Cortllloatcs births, deaths, iii.nriagoi;, wins procured, Europe, colonies. Chancery, divorce; ..'. yenni Victorian detectives._.____

LU/.'S I'alnlcia Uentlstry. - acts guarantcea

durability, natural appearance, perfect ot, AÎ/10/. Only jiddrcsj.ayjillMbctb-sL. op. G.P.O. CHANCERY FUNDS. - Send" to Robertson's, «U booksellers, Melbourne, S} liney, or Adelaide, for Dougal'i, Register, 400_pagts,_3/i_,-. _^IHCK.-Mi\ Crick, who was for years with the V->' (iolilhinithVliall lu Brisbane, pienso send ad tlre-s to Box 4SS, O.I'.O. Probable situation to

,_Soë(TAiVS~UNCLAlMED MONEY REGISn.lt

LU of Chancery Funds, 100 pages, price .!/. Bo- be! tson's, booksellers, Melbourne, Sydney ^Adelaide frvOUG.«.'S~iÑEXT of'KIN and Missing F'lends 'JJ OfLces, G! Strand, London. Only addrcm.

Yl'ills searched for. ___._ E CASPER, Foreign Agent, 271, corner Uourko

. and Sunn-don sta., collects and advances on letters, wills, .__e-.,___iigltitit^___rn_ii.n____i__tcj EGGS.-fho best lind p'urcst'sllbst'itute ÍB Lewis

nnd_WI__l__l_!______!_I_w__-_ làLTIACi: MASSAGE. - Sclentlllc method, vibra Je1 tions; Ii/ single fitting: reduction course; henil massage, 4/ sitting. Mrs. Wilmcr, -i2

Bourkc-st,' ? ---

nPTAlUS, Moles, Se, .permanently remolco by UÜL electricity. Miss Stone, 60 Swonston-st. (third flop __1loetrs 11-5._ I" 1'" tlils "¡11011111 moot the e}e of SI- K., please

coniiiiunlcatc-wltli }our brotlicr, H.K., who is leaving shortly for South Africu. Addicss L.Ii., G.P.O., Melbourne._._._ IF »bli a let 1er, olio sent usual address, lo-tlty.

_ 1-ovc._. KT-AD-HñTvery latest"" advertisement t.i flin

.Second.Sunny South btarr-Duwkelt Building hoddy in the "Public Notices" column of lo

OLVrElt'S DETECTIVES, ncknotilodged by both O the press und lim public lo be the finest organisation of'Malc and Fcmnle Detective Talent in the world for private inquiries. Representatives in even-ton n on earth. Consultations free. Henry Slater,' manager. No. 1 llasingliall-sl., London, Eng.___________c__,___^DI____!uic_/_I_iidom_ n-uri'l.llSÁLL'S'ivinners tau get their prirc l-l- nioner- collected promptly nnd cheaply through iloldstvorth's Unclaimed Money Olllccs,

301 SivnnFlon-st

TTÑCLA1MED MONEY.-For authentic informa 'U lion, bin-Dougal's Register; price 3/. Mun- di oils of_l___________io___[i____________on_____>

VS7ÏLLI.1MS. -' HENRY WALLIS WILLIAMS, VV who'lv.es lasl seen in Melbourne by his brother In IStVt Is rc-quci-tcd if living to commun! 'Cale- willi ll'iäbty's, 15 Commcrcial-rd., Ports- mouth, when he may hear of SOMETHING IO HIS ADVANTAGE; or a reward of £1 will be paid on satlsfactpry evidence of Ins death._ WESl'.'.lOHN"" WILLIAM, formerly Iruileior,

Prahran, communicate "B." liol 335, U.P.O., Melbourne. Important.._ *ñfrfLL Mr. PERCY BLACK call for letter, G.P.O.

LOST ANT) FOTOD.

A

U S T It A I, I A N OPALS.

JAMES M'BEAN and SON,

"Tho Block," 00 Elizabctll-st.

The finest Show of Opal and Diamond Jewellery lu Melbourne. -dutiful Opal Brooches, 12/0, 80'. and upwards No1 cities liy every mall.

ANTI-ltllEUMA'llU RINGS, for rliuumntlsm,

gout,, ¿te., all slues; plain, 7/0; gold ca«d, ill. 11.' Newman, Jeweller, 176 and 177 Elizabeth

r-t.. Melbourne. - _ ÏTIOUND, Half-}early TICKET, all stations.me

! II. M. Harris. Apply L. Cndby, 313 Little Colllns-bt._

LOST, .ni uncrossed CHEQUE for £175 on Bank

of Australasia, No. .1000,277, dated 20th April ¡list., drawn by Agnes Thlebautl, payable to Snowden, Neave, and Domaine. Also, crossed Clicquot for 1M0 und _7/.i/3. drawn by li. Hearne . '- ?.'-'- ".- icspcclivcly.

LOST,.Half-yearly TICKET, bclit-ccn Hawksb

and Melbourne Reward on taking It to 1 ti_o!imiiseor,_H_awkhburn..._ L"OST, Fox "TERRIER (dog), answers n

"Bore" Reward on return to "Kildona Orrong-rd.,_Toorak.

LOST, Cambcnvell train, Monday, lady's gold

mounted PURSE, containing molloy, ticket, &c. Handsome reward. Macdougall, 43 Queen-_st._ LOST, Saturday night, gold PIN, with small dia-

mond; 10/ renard. Hood's, chemist, Eliza belli-st._ T OST, Australian TERRIER (dog), block, with LU groy liaii-s, agc VI months. Fintier rewarded. Lloyd, Ophir,JP.dsle___.,_South_Yarra._ LOST, between Moonee'Ponds und N. Melbourne,

Gold NECKLET, and heart attached; good it aril. Kalimna. Toylor-st., Moonee Ponds.

LO-tiT on St. Kilda rd., two Coral PINS, with

chain connection. Reward. Ö Bcchlve-chani bers, Ellzabcth-st.

LOST, BAG, CoUlns-st. betwee

Swanston sis. Reward.- Crave

Collins-st.

14 Colbam-rd., Kew.

LOST, Saturday, Swanston-st., Green Stiver

mounted PURSE, containing about £3/10/. Rewind. 30 Bridgc-rd.. Richmond._

Hill ni.

LOST, a gold. CHAIS and Trinket, A.B., be

tween Richmond, Carlton, and Parkville; keepsake. Howard. 28 Storey-st., Parkville._ LOST, Gold (Mcdill) nitOOCH, Surrey Hills, Sun _ day. Reward._Surrey Hills News Agency.

LEFT, Caulllclt» train, Friday, PARCEL contain-

ing cream feather boa. lleivard. Lynton, Me-roor-rd.. Malvern. '?_ STRAYED Into paddock, clicsnut HORSE,

bunded 7, blotched near shoulder, white oil lund liook. If not claimed in seven days sold to defr.tv expenses._.1. Barling. Manager. Research. milli POUMÎS REWARD paid on return Red Je Enamel WATCH, with pcails, to Drummond mid Co. Lost Monday, city. Number known

'MATKIMONY.

A-MARRIAGES CELEBRATED, 5/, any de

. nomination, hy clergymen, with duo .solemnity. In strictest privacy, at HOLT'S

ILlritlMONlAL CHAMBERS, 4IS .uecn-strcct, Melbourne, op. Old Cemetery, or elsewhere, from D a.m.- lo 0.50 p.m. daily. Sunda} s included (no notice required). -Man-lane fee, 5/j or marriage, nilli,guaranteed gold wedding-ring and necessary witiKrfes provided, 10/0. More costly wedding rings in stock if required. MARRIAGE CEU T1F1CATES- supplied with above marriages arc

tame-as thone, supplied by leading ministers of

Victoria.

LL MARl*_AGW"!iedi_t7"privatc, confidential, , i -A. . registered clorKytnan: 4-27 Rathdoun-st.,

ii* .»Carlton, any time,. _l/l/¡ Sundays, î and 4 p.m.; A4" wy denoratnauon, lyitara _i provided. Sa-ÎïifeÎJe':: - ? " r '. V .

-MATRIMONY.

FRENCH gentleman, 3,', wis'ics to' correspond

with lady between 25 und 35, means nccefl. sur» view matrimony.. ? W.A., Argus office.

MARH1AOES Solemnised, private, confidential,

any Jlmc,.10¿0. Clergyman's rreld:nce, 431 Qneen-Kt., or clp^iierc, any denomination; wit- nesses provided ¡Jrlngsjicpt._ MÄHI.IAÜK.S"obsolulcly_legal, 10/(1. Ordained

clcrgjmen, any denomination, 59 M'Kean-sl., North Kitcroy (Clifton trains), and 47 Dundas* place. Albert-palk._Witnesses provided._ EEV. A. J. ABBOTT (legally solemnised, highest

number per quarter in Australia 300) ; fee, 10/0, church office, Cromwell-building-. 6p. G.P.O. (lift); confidential; witnesses provided._

!?-1

LÏC TUBES, SERMONS, SOIKEK&, ¿to

lion.

POONA and INDIAN* VILLA«!-* MISSION.

Monthly Prayer MEETING, Today, 4 p.m.

Assombly-|itill (ade door). Collins-st._

ST.PAUL'S CATHEDRAL.-Evensong (Choral),

at 4.45 p.m. Service, Stainer in A. Anthem, "They that in much trilmlntlon" ,(Mcndo!w*>lin*t. a lill* WORKING MEN'S COLLEGE*.

»URAL INDUSTRIES.

SPECIAL SERIES of WEEKLY LECTURES,

"GARDENING and PLANT-GKOWING,"

By Mr. C. B. LUFFMANN,

EVERY W'i:l)XKSDAV EVENING, at B p.m.

'.POULTRY FOR PROFIT," Bv Mr. II. V. HAWKINS,

EVERY THURSDAY EVENING, lit B p.m.

"Silks, Scent, and Bees," commencing Monday, 28th April,-at 8 p.m. Single Lecture, Dd.; Series of Ten, 61._

BUSUOC3S NOTICES.

B'

Our "Coronation" FOLD1NO LOUNGE

CHAIR, solid cane, Insect proof, 46/ Each

The "Gem Idea" READING REST and BED.

SIDE TABLE. 55/ Each

Solid Oak CHAIRS, all bolted, 0/0 Each.

Solid Oak MEDICINE CHESTS, 37/0 Each

New and Up-to-ditc BABY CARRIAGES, 7

Guineas Each

Solid Oak Roll-top DESKS, £7/15/ Each.

AGENTS for the FAMOUS CUTLER DESKS.

riOb.M A -N* ' S D.S.F. MUSTARD

IS THE BEST.

USED BY EVERYBODY.

SOLD EVERYWHERE. COLMAN'S D.S.F. MUSTARD.

AUSTRALIAN BURGUNDY CO. have received

innumerable testimonials and grateful thanks Ironi people rc-torcd to health by drinking PARA« DISC BURGUNDY._

AUSTRALIAN PARADISE BURGUNDY.-Prize

Wine; nature's own tonic and ra-storntiee, contains _ron; recommended bymcdlcal faculty.

A" USTRALIÁN PARADISE* BURGUNDY.-Pu;

juice of the grape; cures Indigestion ar dyspepsia; see testimonials. 281 Flinders-Ian

Melbourne.

X USTRALIAN PARADISE BURGUNDY.-Excel ¿\- lent Table Wine; a perfect cure for amenda and dehllily; 1/0 per bottle, M/ dorai.

AUSTRALIAN PARADISE BURGIÏNIÎY.-Orders

receded from experts in England, Germany, Fiji, Se; sec list of testimonial*. 281 Flin- ders-lane. _ _ _ _ _

AUSTRALIAN PARADISE BURGUNDY.-The

great rcjuvenator; ladies, drink It and secure a good complexion; 1/0 bottle-. Head office, 2SI

AUSTRALIAN BURGUNDY CO.-22 prize

two years, Including 3 grand champ! hest average in Victoria. 2S1 Flinders-lane.

AUSTRALIAN PARADISE BURGUNDY.-1/0

per bottle, 15/ down. "Special," 10 years old, 2/ bottle-, 20/ dozen. 281 Flinders-lane, Melb.

""["¡??RAME-FOOD." "FRAME-FOOD.'

I'XD ON FRAME-FOOD FROM SIX WEEKS OLD.

"I enclose' photo, of our twin girls. Tiley have lieen brought up on -Frame-food' since tiley were six weeks old... . . After tr-ing Frame-food I lind no trouble with my babies.

Post fice on application

Austmlian Rcpusenlalives,

PATTERSON mid HUHIU'S,

32.1 FLINDERS-LANE, MELBOURNE.

Sold by Chemists and Grocers at 1/0 per 111), tin.

****£*EROSENE.

The "WHITE ROSE" BRAND is the only Standard Brand of Best Grade American 150deg. Test Walcr White Kerosene now being Imported.

SAFE and CLEAN.

Insist that you get it. Each package Is branded "White Rose." All leputablc dealers. No duty; now cheap.

VTEW FURNISHING SPECIALITES.

?IN NEW OAHI'ETS and LINOLEUMS.

NEW FURNITURE. Kolo the Address

THE PARTHENON, 204 Cliapel-strcct, opposlto _Town-hall. Prahran. Telephone 188. Windsor. APPS, UNDERTAKER, City Uraneli. Lonsdale*.

st., Op. Hosp.tal.-Great lediietions func

relephones 1015-71 and 00 Windsor._ _

APPS, EMBÂLMER," Diploma from Prolcssör

Rivera«, U.S.A. Branches-Moor-st., Fitzroy

High and Bobe Ms.. St. Kilda.

APPS, FUNERAL DIRECTOR, Horne-st.,

Elsternwick.-Terms arranged according to clients' ciicumstances. Tels. 1045-71 and 00 Wlnd5or._ ECZEMA. - "OLEAC," used In .Melbiñirña*

Homeeop.illiie Ilo-pilal with success. Jars, 1/0; posted, 4/10. Foy mid Gibson; all chcmistB; ar F. .!. U. Phillips, 111,* Collins-si.

PUBLIC NOTICES.

A

N N Q U N O V. M E NT.

Till; MX'OXD SUNNY SOUTH STAlUt-BOWKETT ]

BUILDING SOCIETY.

A On.Nr.KAL ME1.T1XÜ of É-lmrcltolders «us held lust mtîlit in Miners. Win. levers and Horn* Aije tion-ioomi, 2Ar> Collíns-stieet, Melbourne. Messrs. Beazley, Andrew, Whitmore, and Pnwcett (direc- tors), and over IGfl Mu rehol tiers were present, Mr. W. U. Beazley, M.I/.A., in the chair.

Tlio minutes oí ta-Pt ballot meeting were read

and eoniltmcd.

The Chairman fetatcd that the business of the meeting was to draw another ballot loan of £.'i0d, free of hitcrrit, for 15 years. The UAL1/VT waa then proceeded with, mid nmilted in the DltAW ING of CU'STIIll No. 1.JS, held by Mrs. Margaret Ijtiteliioid, Westernport Hotel, HnstingH.

The Chalrnun Elated that the next ballot would lie drawn ne\t month.

The liuaincss then concluded.

GKOIttii: A. H. nUHTIN, Secretary. Gi WilMam-btrect, Melbourne.

A

N N O U N O E M

THE FIRST SUNNY SOUTH STARlt-DOWKETT

BUILDING' SOCIETY.

The Twelfth ANNUAL GENERAI, MEETING o! the above society will be held at the Hibernian ball, Swanslon-strcet, Jlelbourne, on TUESDAY, Oth MAY, at 8 p.m. sharp.

SPECIAL BUSINESS.

Passing directora' report und balai'c*-sl.ect,

&e., its advised by circular.

ORDINARY- BUSINESS.

Drawing 5 SUMS of £*a00 each by ballot,

FREE OF INTEREST. * By order of directors.

. OEOROE A. S. GRIFFIN, Secretary.

STUM-dUKC I Old Electroplate, however'

shabby, RE-PLATED, like new; moderate charges. Clarke's Old-cstabli-lied Victoria Plating Work-, 230 Russell-st, Tel. 11*09._ AUENCIEl".-A linn of country -aorekecpera

would be glad to ACCEPT ACENC1ES, any lines. ' Agent. Argus ollicc.______

Ll'li*'** l'AIM.KSS DEN I'lsTltY.-SETS, gil

eiuteed durability, natural appearance, per* feet (It; i.2/10/. Only .-iddrcuj, 213 Elizabeth-st., op. (¡.P.O. 1. Illili-, D.D.S._ CARPETS'"'BE.* TEN, "Cleaned, or Rc-phinned;

Upholstery work of every decripnou. M-at« trcsce, ikc, done up best manner. .). II. Jack-.oi>, 47 Uetl-st.. Prahran (late foreman Cullls Hill's).

CANARY BREEDERS. - For Juung hirds,

Spratt'6 und Hjde's ECO FOOD-,, colou. foods, tins or packets; Tasteless Pepper, ¿.c. Purvcf.J/llS S«_anston-sr. __-_

CAULFIELD INSTITUTE for ALCOHOLICS.

Delightfully situated, secluded and seques- tered spot, salubrious sylvan suburb. Melbourne ónices-272 Ilourke-st. _

1)K

.illwsler River. Kensington. Tel. 12111. _

DEAD IIOHM*-* and Cattle REMOVED free

charge-- W. It. fctcphem, '31 Clly-rd., South Melbourne. Tel. 2217. _ _ _

DEAD HORSKS and Callie REMOVE!) free of

charge. J. C'ockbill, 407 Post-oHlcc-plai Melbourne. - Telephone »Ona*._ DON'T 111KUW AWAY old 8AI.VI.ItS, Cruets;

-el them RE-PLATED at Jolin Danks und

bons Prop_J,t«l._. 301 llourke-et._ INVESTiONS PÁTENTHlfand Trade-marks Re-

gistered. Fldevarú Waters and Son, 414-418 Collins-st. Established 1859, Tel. 1030.

PUBLIC NOTICES,

T

.*? *..-J. LIMITED

BISCUIT and C\KF MANUFACTURERS, " " MELBOURM

Have the Most Modern and Bret arranged Ficlory in the Southern Hemisphere, which enable» thom to compete succcsnfully with the best makers In the world for quality

Though equal care and attention is given to the production of all their gooda m order lo obtain the beet of the kind, }c there uro n few SPL Ç_____IF8 to whlch_attcntiou is invited viz -

GUESTS COU-LI BISCUITS - Tbcai hal a

been a loading line of theirs for dor 40 vcars and have always boon extensive]} and sue corafully used as a food for infanta and persona

with delicate digestion_ _

GLLS1 S SNOWl-LAIib BISCUITS

(Registered)

A NF11 unsweetened Biccuit,

Special!} Adapted for Eating tilth Cheese,

Stetvcd I mit s Jams Ac

lo'

UfcST S I \TR 1CT of MAI I HlaCUlTb

Great!} Assist Digestion, and aro _, . Very Nutritious

The following from an I minent Medical Man la one of the many testimonials received -

the} are most palatable and must from their composition be lory nutritious and casil} isdml

lalcd b} cien nu innlid etomuch To children "Hil capricious uppctltcs those biscuits will cor lalnly prove a boon as the} arc taken greedily when other forum of fooel aro refused_

GULST'S NI IV BISCUIT,

' 11IF NEVA '

___TLFGAM and DEIICIOUS_

Q.U1.ST S GINGFR NUTS aro milloequal to any

noss

English make, with the advantage of fresh

GUI ST S TB G _

ol these biscuits in lib

much upprcelalcd b} connoisseur_ (IJ.UIST und Co baie rccciied tile lollowing

» lol 1er from on unknotin corr tn>ndcnt who as a d}Bpcptlc biifTorer gratefully aeknotvlcdges the benellt be has derived from the use of a ellet of their C1 11 BRAT! O [DO BISCUITS - 21st I ebruar}, 11)01 -Mersrs T B Guest and Co I'll» Ltd - Gentlemen -11 hen »ou put ' T B G s ' on the market }ou had cicr} reason to expect that they would prove a success and I trust that HlO) have done so In advertising that the} arc much appreciated b} connoisseurs }ou only slate part of their triumphs They arc the lightest, most wholesome and most digestible biscuit an invnlld or d}speptlc can cat as 1 have experienced to ni} great benefit lor years I have had a difficulty In not being able to cat a hearty breakfast bat ibout three months ato -i plinse of ineligcstlon-farinaceous d} spci =lo-pre vented ni} being able to cat cither bread or tousj, for my morning meal and the rub was what could take their place? 1 tried scioril his culls, but without success Hil 'TUG s' were happily sllggistcd lo mc On tr}lnc them 1 found them cluctly the thing I or about Ihrec months the} baie been m» principal breakfast food and hale enabled me to gain weight and strength, and what is more they seem so suit nblc to ni» cose that I hive not tired of them I am 1er} grateful 1 appreciate Hiern in a wa}

no coniioisscui can for 1 do not know what mi state of health would have been to day but for them J-xcept as to publishint, my name and ad dress lou tan liée this letter, if you desire to do so in any_»aj »ouJil c_ 111 ill not be rc-ponsiiile for am debts cerlUnctc 1

Ii» mi wife I I Hook aflcr this dele li S lloo , Graham street llbertiuk li ni "0

190'

M4

Normanb} rd S Melbourne _ .\rl 11 lill In HOOD Clltl INO -e> Michino norkine lill Queen at buildois nptcnlly Invited

parts of colon) Prices lowest Iel No_ SIIIRI S sttppleed tilth Mounted I Ians '0 or 4(1

Chilli shotting correct boundaries Crcllleld imp mounter 175 11 lill mi st Melbourne

»troot Carlton in the State of 1 iclori i Coufce 1 Hre-t ntul 1 Ina] Dil 11)1 NI) is intended to be 111 C1 11.11) in the nutter tf ibovenanlod »luw es1 ito vi is aligned on 1 uti VI ireh 100' Crolilors wira haic not jroicd tholr ti lils 1} iho 1 Iii di» cf Vlai 1002 lilli be c-tcludcd from lids dm dent!

Lltcd Ibis 20th du of April 100'

1 (.1 IIILD Bli DING Trustee

Duel link au I Co Incorporated lecount anio 0 Queen street Mell ounio_

li L C O VI P 1 N 1 1 S A C 1 S

T

of the CHINGI of Mill of ROlll 111 POUINtON GIHVII mel rOMPINl IROPIHITlin 11111311) to KOllIin ROBINSON -uni COVU'lNl PRO Pilli rilli I Illili I) mell chat-c of linne I iv lue boco prciiouslt sanctioned bl i special résolu ti ii of the corni in}

Pitt 1 U Melbourne "'th lpnl 100'_ _ MIHI llrädlcy Arel}lone Ois Contralor (lim X Bridle» ¡mentor al ti pitcntoe) -itiarded (trot prize Idel-lllc Sholl 10(12 1 stim-it s given lind lillee KI third floor Block Collin-, st

WA T I It ACT _ 1800

Nolicc 1 horeb! elton th it Iho councillors of the liest Riding ol the SIIIRI of WOORIM hue forttarelcd to Hie Minister of II itei Sappi} an IPI'IICIIION for submission to the Coicriior in Cornell for -luthoril} to CONSTRUCT Maintain and Continue certain 11 1TI ItllOHhS proposed to be constructed in such ridln-, for the purpose of supltlng the township of loonentht with water and for the grant of a I O IN of cr^oo for the pul

pose of constructing such wateitioiks and lint

Coplea of such plan and discriptlon may be in spooted -it the chire bill I eong-ill l ind at the office of Hie Minintei of Hater faut plv Melbourne

Dated the tlftientb du of Ipili 1002

GIO 1 MICH 11 I Shire Secretan leongatha

w

lllini and PRINTrD,

lor S IIP CIII \I

White Paper Cut to \n} Size

C MURS

MADUCT BLI! DINGS I I INDERS STRELT,

MELBOURNE

RAttWAYS AND CONVEYANC-5.

AH 11 ICK P

. feuillure ni

p*ckod lind ilorcd 317 Collins st durante, VI ise s lilcllon io ins_ ¡rtOHIS (IH1LI1P ISLIM)) and SIN Rl IO \J See pleasure resort column:, as to time table -imi fires_ /-^Olill S GO 1C lil S -Q li cost liff Clifton Springs \-J Otcill erato lill Poll uliiifcton Button Ile ids Anglesea Aire) s Iulcl vi-lCcclote Stt uncr and Lo ich Ticko i combined i ned Huddait Pirkcr, Cook s Hutchinson , _

G IPI SL IM) LAKI S1 ORDOS! LIM 111 US

Best Route vin Silo throw,» Whole of the Lakes ~1 arcs-Belum (molding 60 miles rail), 3/0 single 5/0 Cool -lgcuts

GIllSLlSND LAIilS LIK1 liLRS stJIWOSl

vin Bairnsdale - Quickest routo*''arriie Cinminehomo 0 30 inn 2 laura culler Iban via t*l!e ljncst_ river lal_c -ccnci} tool -ledits _ MO! lo IV U1I11I C CO ICH -On" and aller

1st lim 1 UtLS uboic line lilli be b/ smelt I L linor_ Ulli II ID MINES

X COACHLS leal.

diili 7 u ni returning rame evening

lTllH~"\IG'!0!!l!N (Oil) IU11IIII TUHHT I HON - SPICI1L 1 1ST GHI IP I \CLIt

SION-Innis will run leltioen Mill unie in I BindlM timing pa'Ongeis 1. Hu I \lul Uhu on Ipri] 30 mid Mai 1 - 10 in I 14 at the follow in. lot nits -Diy letiiin titi its-Llul

tlron / llrsl 1/0 setond idulls "/J fir t ./I! teei lill. . second

Spencer stteet ni S4o

II 47 1 m retunime at Melboinnc al 10 10 pn

Chief Traf Ile Mungra._

HT011I IV II U 1, 11 1 \ s

V

ISP! MU! I Pllih, BICIS

On llcducsdii JOtli ljuil sieeiii trius elop pine it Caulfield will lone I lui lera Irect for Aspend ile p irk it 1117 am 1 41 1>6_ 11 and 1 40 p m , and return after the races Oietl li ir) fares

R G lil NT Secretan

PARTNURSKIPS. BUSINESSES. &c

A-BISIM SSI S ol over» MZO nnd description

. for S1LI in town and countr} -el o eve ni inquiries lor eood I11.I11 ss I H witton 2i 1 Collin., st_ A" - II mid R N lOHNSrON 104 Quoin st,

. BUSINI SSI S 11 \N11 U for _ nu ne b i)ers ti lillllg, sei oral clients for 1 artnerbl ips John ston 101 (juecn st

A-SOUTH i 11IRA - 1 ln.t elav well known

. and well furnished BO IRDINGIIOUM _8J0 H Brisbane 2" Swanston

_ . .,.u^.. Opportunit} lor an I ntci pricing -ÍX Drain r- New SHOP adjolninf, at iti< pherson Mi Idk Uriel t

B"LiC11ÍU S 111 SlNi--», solid ri ing town pre

nile, |ilanl n.ideiicc 0 I o lies "0 smells goodtllll genuine ircmpt llitpcelion M Bruit, Martin and Co , stock and station agent« Shop parton________ .~"' " .----''- ' . ' - Jane and j

17VOH S .11 is a eoing con-cm, a Count i

* STOltl ai d Dealing Business at Couti s Gro'slnt, 10 miles from Stutli Gration turnoier 4.100 per wcel stock ami plant about ¿.1010 ill o 2( ' acres dtlri lann situate 1 on the Orira Ruer about tillie milos Irom Goult » Cros-ing Ciciincr» last mouth s milk cheque e»a/10/ JO acres cul livnllon price -SOI casi terms

Ippl} to ( I 1LSI1N Coutt s Crossing

FOR SUI -Hold Up a Minute* Splendid SHOi

and Bil linn- HUSIN1 SS eood solid con neelion rotirlne from trade Lo k up llaishall and Co Slioc_aiid_Lcathcr_aoic3 Uti- lUt _ I710U Sill ni ill Ca«li GHOCIH*. as fct

. coneciu rent niudoratc Grocei, 1* Brighton_ Fill 1 IIOI D an I Lea ehold 1IOT1 I e ml ine,s

el' iii i. ) a-10 woekl} Henri Han

Wjrrigul_"_._ _ al NI 11 M STOR1 sound busilita« | rogrl'

di.lrlct no opio-qtian slock ÏOaO un falos Oler_000 I ost ollltc At rlliria e ¿40 pti annum lull lurlieulin. sccrttiit

torlan Morckctperb ind lraders 1 "ociation 1 li-bcth «t_ _

_. of tie met irogrcsstiç towns in tin state lound di'tnit lor full jiartioulars Hobt M Hock ut the lieloriaii Slorckcepers and Traders Issoei itlon 4 1 rllzabolhjt

Gil INI) 1IOTH Que nseliOo -TLNÜI lt_ for

LI \SI ofuboic Hotel tor three or file vcara, ill bo received until Ma} -I! 1 urnlture it nlua lion Bov-47 (.)'_?

HOT) IS ~ IA Hi

ria« HOT! I S an li J ^rnonds and Co rOTI IS ~ len the Piirtlase cr Sile of lb_

ivicli Union Cliainlitr» 31 (¡uti

HOT! I Mallee dlslri t £J 0 rent oO/ long

lease trido £4i week!} comforlabl} lur

nlshcd sacril!cc_ i (.«»rand Go 47Qumsl_

HOTII freehold Gonllinrn \nllcv, JLiiOO fn

nlture sloel valuation profits _1000 tearlt, tenna. Pern, 427 Little Oolllns-st

FARTK2IÍR3HZPS, BUSINESSES, AC.

HO

i Cils**Hum I"U*IJ i£.i3e-i ") ^iiji nuuui un, ui

countr>, should consult J J Quinlan, 2Í3 Collins strc(t_,

13 UM M It V \MM> to c\ttnl first elua up lo

(I itt I idics and Gcntlei ic---* a sound "oing

cartonl _\ifcus___

SI 11 CT BO .RMNGHOUht sLddldc town £300

] í i rnrum.nl boanlcri tlniriii? £7 net weckl> profits chance lifctinu tilines 77 ?'na"

WwrH) J--SIX TI \UlNG_ or ParhiiMlup for

genuine bn\er active stead* linn Partltu lars requested (confidentially treated), Johnston, 10. Que n Ht_

HOTELS, SEASIDE RESORTS, Ac.

A T

BALLARAT

LFSirR S HOTEL,

Till ILVDING HOLS!

LNDLIt "l ICI RLG VL P VTRON VGL

S SI W UÎD Proprietor

I - The CRVND HOTEL, MI LBOURM

Unrivalled for lis Comíort Txcellent Cuisine and

MODHIVT1 (HUtGlS

Table el Ilote Dinners Open to Non residents

PRH VII DINM II«- W HIDING URI VIUAÍ-IS,

And I1LCI 1 MONS a Sl'l C1 *.Ll"i

H II HLI1G1-**!

(Man- Yeirs nt Melbourne Club),

Manager _

A

Al MOI A T M WITH \ llOThL

Nur Mornington,

l.irj comfort, splendid beach good golf Unka

Trihii» and steamer met

Madame Lf/I N&IH IK 1 K Proprietress A a nu GU\NGI £\- t-tcnerj

door yin i i-J'on_ AUJ U S V\ Lb 1 Lit M UKI COI 11 L 1 \l \Ci ,

Tooradin - Boating I nilling: fal oo tint intlisls rcsoi* ^Trains met if advised_ AN IDI Al 111 Mill and PLLASLJ1H 111 faORT

-0¿OM HOIir, Winnambool comfort and accommodation unaurpa sed lîlustiatcd book let^pobt free____ Al HOïl h 1)1 Ab M MHS Btaumaiifl.

confort und com tinonee for the winter months I VI indi n propuctor

A1

I rench chcf_\\in lobjo> Manager

A1

I UUIH -Suicrlor VCCOMMO» YTION offered

Bil A E M V R II OU SI WOODLND

(Mount: Macedon)

21001t »above --ea Iel c1

NOW OP1 \ for the ricoption oi VISITORS

Having undergone extensile olterations ond im

provtmcuts

Convcv-mccs meet middiv train at Woodend, others «lien requested

Letters telegram-, receive prompt sttontion

s \ T JAML-- Lessee

Bl \( ON SI II ID LPlTlt - SAI ISIIÖRY

IIOUSL conducted b) the Misses Corder Msltors to this channing inounlnin retreat

in ve their comfort studie I in every wa«, 1

Millies beautiful dines mountain air 1 tiller I irtmihrs from Misses J and M Corder, Salis taure hou-e _Bcaeonsncld_

ÛÏWON III MIS PU VC! - Popular seaside

RI --Oin first claa, golf Uni s Ashing shoot cverv attention I Hobertson

B

BULAR VI - Visitors lind superior BOVHO

111 MDI NCI loltv rooms, moderate

«-nully Mascotte Muir st_

BUI L und MOUTH HOTI L Morrell a Bourke

st refurnished throughout charges mode- rate _Night porter Heat lunch in eil- _

BlUUHl ON HI VCH ROY \L TLHMINUS

HOTrL-ACCOMMODYTIOV for visitors, terms moderate Iel l8 Brighton II Kemp, prop rietor_

Bl Iel US WII1IL II VR1 HOTI L Melbourne -

1 irst class Tamil' mel Commerei ii Hotel, terms modente_V _I _Rckcr proprietor_

BLND1CO- \ is tora to Inhibition will find first

elliss ACCOMMODU10N et \ ievv Hill Ter

rice 10; week Mis I car_

CsVTHI DIIAI HOTI L Swanston and Little Tlln

J ders Ms Melbourne Near all Trsins and rrams - "i iMIi rs ACCOMMOD VTH), dally hin cheon P II Reynolds | ropnetor_

comfort 1 1! _JN|

ClOMIOin Uli I

' mountainous

rate tnlns met when advised iirooklvn Croveion

flreplaets home comforts _Mrs Hnr_

FL D L 11 \ L P V I V C I I10T1L

Collins street Mell nirne

luicisr non L in vusntvi vsiv

Mo-l Comenientlv Situated Close to Boat Ti lin

and Centre of City Write for Tariff Laid

J__ I]1ICI"\\L SM1I1I Minagcr_

F I INDI IIS -HOIK I1T0N HOI bl on lieadlnud

overlooking jet!- hi- ind occin belches, vv Intel tai iff Hnbeilson_ FLIINISII1 D 110LSI lor the winter Dilliliqum

7 room« everv e omi mollee W J D ivies und Co agents Drmliq un NSW

GI I I ONG -. M 111 in COI 111"- PXL vci

M-ilop -t elo « bath:, gardens, Ac terms niodentc W I Miller_

Burwood id Glenferrie

boarders

visitois f mulles 1 t urside Min."ii GIUCI D\L1 HOUSI Healesville

winler mountain HOMl trims advised spectul uri iligements faniilie'

GHVCIDVLl HOUSI llcalcsvill *----Wiñto

liriir i.TI wceklv lilegiaph on premises Chirles N Gilbert | o| rietor _

UiuisMiii* - iiiniiNuCTíc-rn. »Ti

dailv L'/./ wceklv Col li s coaches dall« Henninge .

VIH Dil« | ropnetn_ HI VI I SVH II -GIIVND UOII1 S/0 daily

S.-I2I vvecklv -ah up s ro«nl mall coaches

Pire- V Burt pippi Ictor Cook s coin c_

HI VLISVIILI -Superior VGCOMMOD VITON

on gentlemans finn excellent t iblc every I convenience trims met if advised terms mode I

rile M Monto C irlo _ I

HI U I M ILI I - Suponoi VCCÖMMODATIOV I

elevated |o ition Uno view terms moderate I

gcod girden _Mrs Wilmot _Lllcrslie _I HI U 1 SML1 1 - ¿MI erlor VCCOMMOIHTION,

v siloi-s | hno luth hra,e rooms, trains

met Miss M I .- «"?- ' - -

K\

moderate rent Stcplie

KI I I'LL S AUST1ÎUIVN HOTI iT^iârjsvTlÎT

vu lleilesville-Trout llshlng, fern gulUcs, w iterfalls un urp-iss d for grindcur post olllee and Iel phone connected Cool and Sons agents

LONDON

l'RINCI OI W VI! S IIOTIL

1)1 \l 111 CVRDI NS W

0| poslle Kensington 1 ihiee Close to Impeuul Institute

lr*l Itooms

VII Uedrooins A entílate I with Pilent «apparatus

S| icious Dilling s doon Moorish -.mo! in-, I ninge

Hilliard nul Holding Itooms

INCIljSIVI 1VIII1I _I rom ll/r I I Ii |) V\

Mi 5 lewis Ms

T OHM -1 IISMNI HOL«-Í -1 "rest mountain" J-i iivu oe vu e nciv cverv comfort cuisine a spceinblv mild winter climate G M Ileibert

Man iger_ _ ' Ml I IJOl UM ( OI I 1 FT« vrvCL~_lir"Bourrc"

st -Mo t central!« vliuateu* Comforlablu ACCOMMODVflON laiifftard posted on npiih cation_

. "'«V-. ,- i',c"'c 'ar!lts - Gomnioelious

ii VI I S for dancing large recreation reserve sports W V Hill -_u I O | ¡ace

MOUNT MVlllUV-Good ACCefviMOlTv*! IO*Ñ

for visitors lolling fishing shooting G rivlor Cnnl View ^u__Marl_i_

?VT1V1K \HOO\ Christin is Hills beauluuTTil XN mite seeucrj gtidtible lirge rooms eiriv li g_|ilcnies Ae Mr» and ^Iiss Cumborlinel

OCI AN GliOV 1 - M VI 1 hING HOUSI ove?

luoklig Southern Olean, uncqu died -itua lion 2 minutes beach fishing shooting, bathing l__\es_fjec_\ Ch^urcliw irel

PVI VL1 IIOlll Bourkes! llasTbe'o'ir reno

valed throughout lohn V Wison, p10 prictor_ _ _

PVI VC1 HOll I his superior draTiñg-dining*

leading, and smoki i-ooui loird md Re i dence __-/(._ PVI Vtl HOTI I -Charges leduced' on D floor"

ingle Rooms from i/ upwuids, double, 12J

upward

[J VI Vfl HOTI I -Hot ami cole! vviter In eacfi ___. _ do electra llgj_ _._,

-pUVCI 11011 1. has oven convenience Inn X and cold shower luths impcction Invited

QL1 I N--CI III COI I I I- PAI VCL -1 irast elaiTs

VLLOMMODVTION nur bilhs 11er ila

lion t mis 2 / Mrs llow-ain iroprielress

QUI I " SCI II I -UI I MON I IRIUSI laiplaiSdaT

Overlookin" Ila- -I \eelient AGGOMMODV HON new «, iurliished, lernas moderite Mu G_a_l> piol lietre«s _^^_ QUI I N--G1 11 I Hallam house Olel-established"

-I li ,t class ACCOM MOD V1 ION, ten,,. moderate Mrs Cottee_ (__ VNDR1NGHVM IIOLS1 Clo,eSlutlon Beach, O Batí s-Stabling excellent VCGOMMODV HON tumis Ililli er«!-, free, lelcphonc J G Warrington Rogers Mime,e_r

SVN RIMO 1101LL-lïrst class ACCOMMODA*

HON and talle ajccncr- unsurpassed jaeht

ël

"B ..hing driving bathing attention provu-r bl il I Bergin_

MI DV -1! VMPION HOL'll (liTe~CÖlfe; .w Pahce) - 1 ver> convenicnee close tram tiam beach, tclcphoi e sewered G \ IIjslop

innccr_

KILDA - W Igluman s lil VCO\bi II I I) HOU I lleacoi sll lil y-iride 1 nell" Si - Vacant SU1TI S Iiinilies boulder, term- rei,on able _lcl b Wnul-oi __

SI MI1J\ »unióles t I 01101 II01H cn

Hailwav St ilion --ei \ ion -«-ultes Vpjitinenls nt famille lafauid rs charg sjr_i onul le

SI KIIDV-U starrs MIIVCP HU LI

110T1L superior VCC05IMOÜ VI ION at mo denlo rate» _bc-ieh tram _ __

ST KIIDV-11!IN( I olWVIIS I!OnL^-VG

COMMODUION fir visitor» rceentlv reno v ned terms reasonable to suit times Mrs 1! 1 dgson_ _

S VI ISBUlfl HOUSI Nicholson st I il7rov~0n"

lxllibitioii - lirsteliss VCCOMMOÜV110N Mi-s li Cappti_ lck|lionc_d!SS _

Tilt 111 IGIITS -Vnrri Glen, lltKift «.love Va -

I ncqualled siluition magnificent vi ?-. Manageress _ _ _

VICIORIV COI1II PVI Vtl Collins«! -

Irams p ss the loor aleciiic li"l i "¡,a.t (ortcr earle brcakfi I _ ( _Wiiller nuiii-,ei

WOOHI ND Hi- Piiulsr Heillh ind Plea-uTe

lUseirt -*l.KÍ:_*-./H._'!."0r1,1- »-«Sgoilelte

"vhT

__MUS_ MINTS.

R1'

B'

The MATINEE The

C'IIAGGS. MATINEE. CRAGGS.

Children Half-price to All Port».

ICKABDS'S NEW OPERA - 110USK.

Sole Proprietor and Manager.. Mr. Ilnrry Rickards.

Mr. IIAllltY RICKABDS'S

NEW TIVOLI VAUDEVILLE COMPANY,

Absolutely the Greatest Company of High-class

Artists Ever Brought Together jn This or

_ Any Other Country. .,._," TO-DAY, (WEDNESDAY). TO-NIGHT,

At TWO PERFORMANCES.

2.30. TWO PERFORMANCES. ..*"?"__

LIST MATINEE. LAST TWO NIGHTS LAST MATINEE. In

LAST MATINEE. AUSTRALIA

Of the

WONDERS OF THE WORLD, The Marvellous

CRAGGS, Farewell Farewell CRAGGS, . To"

To CRAGGS, Australia. Australia. CRAGGS,

CRAGGS, .. .

Posllliclv Closing on Thursda» Night Next.

BRILLIANT RECEPTION und SUCCLSS

Of

r.lOAN and BYRON, ,_""-__. BARNEY FAGAN and BYRON, HENRIETTA

FAGAN and BYRON,

In Their Entirely

NEW and UNIQUE ENTERTAINMENT,

Never before witnc&cd in Australia. Replete willi Comedy, Nmg, Dance, Beautiful Dresses, and Remarkable Changes of Costume.

LAST NIGHTS Of Mr.

LAST NIGHTS CHAS. PASTOR, LAST NIGHTS Miss

LAST NIGHTS NELLIE RANDALL,

LAST NIGHTS ARTHUR CHASE, ' LAST NIGHTS Australia's Bnrltone.

STORMS of ENTHUSIASM

Nightlv Greet

The GREAT AMERICAN NET BALL GAME

(This game lias be-on copyrighted throughout the

British Dominions by Mr. Bickan-),

10 YOUNG LADIES. 10

AUSTRALIA 'V. ENGLAND.

Brilliant Reception Nightly of the

Prank LENTON TRIO, Frank Kitlic LEMON' TRIO, Kittle John LENTON TRIO, John

The World-Renowned Hat Throwers.

WILL WHIIBUBN, " DENIS CARNEY,

Ml« HAY JONES. DOHA TAYLOR.

CREATING AN ENORMOUS FURORE. Mdllc.

LOTTY, The Modern . LOTTY. Venus. .The Modern LOTTY,

Venus. LOTTY,

PRICES of ADMISSION.-1). Circle and Orch. Stalls, 2/0; Stalls, 2/; Family Circle, 1/.

Box-ptun at Allan's.

_. _ * Business Manager, FRED, AYDON._

TJICKARDS'S NEW OPERA-HOUSE.

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT.

Direct from London per S.S. Weimar.

Mr. Rickards has much pleasure in announcing (lie arrival li} the «bole steamer, .and will make

leis i eappcarunce at Hie place of lils former I

triumphs,

AT THE MATINEE, AT THE MITINEE,

On FITUItDAY NE.NT, 3rd MAY,

Pcsltiiol} One of the Mo=t Popular Artists tll.lt |

Has El cr Appoircd in Australia,

Vlr.

TOM HOOTIVELL, TOM WOOTHELL,

In an Entirely New lluelgcl of Funny Turns.

Also. Miss

EMILY LYNDALE,

_English Comedienne and Expert Dancer.

A*'

PORTRAITS.

It ia now generally admitted that for the pro- duction of a good, reliable, artistic FAMILY PORTRAIT the rnslilonablc EDEN PHOTO. STUDIOS, in Stianston-strcet, arc unsurpassed. When in the Block Arcade lie did an enormous business, until at last the premises became too small, FO that wc built our present palatial pre- mises in Sti-anston-strect, which are far and away superior to an} thing of their kind in Mel- bourne. Wo arc now able to exhibit specimens of our ci cry-day work, and, in consequence, our orders arc so increasing until at last wc arc doing the largest business in Melbourne. A3 wc do not undertake imitation, aclrcss, or any other "dead- head" work, we have not to make our customers pay for the production of such expensive speci- mens, and consequently our prices arc exception- ally small. Por instance, one can obtain 12 beau- tifully enamelled cabinets and one enlargement (not unfrumed, but framed complete), and all for 35/; while our Platinolype Portraits arc ex- ceedingly reasonable.

Note the Address :

EDEN PHOTO. STUDIOS,

SIVANSTON-STREET,

And at Sydney.

rp II E S IV I S S STUDIOS.

'While manufacture 1B the work of hands only, I

. is tim «oik of the whole Mill-It of mun "-TM,« I

SWISS STUDIOS. SH les THE SWISS PORTRAITS STUDIOS. MUSS . STUDIOS. hll^S Are Unquestionably STUDIOS. SWISS STUDIOS. Miles MOST ARTISTIC. STUDIOS. hil 1S.S STUDIOS, MUSS "Of thal there is no possible STUDIOS SWISS doubt whatever." STUDIOS. Sil IKS STUDIOS. SWISS - STUDIOS. SWISS STUDIOS. MUSS Ever}- Sitter Made a STUDIOS. Sil 1SS Cartful Stud}-. STUDIOS. SWISS STUDIOS.

SHISH - STUDIOS.,

SU ISS STUDIOS. MUSS Two Positions to Even one. STUDIOS. SWISS STUDIOS. S1I1SS No Other Charges. STUDIOS. SWISS STUDIOS.

SWISS - STUDIOS.!

Foi all round excellence of work combined witli| Lowc-t Prices, there arc none to boat

THE SWISS PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIOS,

J2J-325 BOURKE-S1HEET.

DANCINO.-Mon.lcill DE BERNARD, M.A.P.,

Pan--, bog-, to inform principals of schools and the public tint be has BLSUMHD TUITION. His ADULT CLISS will slort on Thursda}, the 8th of Ma), at S o'clock. Mons, de II. bogs to

inform lus old pupils and intending ones that he| boa secured lol lins class a large and iiell-icnli letcd room in the city.

For particulars, appl} 121 Collins-street.

D" ANOÏNTT CALISTHENICS, DEPORTMENT.

Moiieieur and Mademoiselle BIBRON.

ADULTS, Beginners', Adiancod, Masonic-linl!. JU11.NILE Classes, all suburbs. Private LES- SONS, New Waltz, Rciersc, die.

231-0 Collins-st_ (Johnstone, O'Shannossy Studio). DANCING" LESSONS Í'RIVATELY.-MOWS, and

Mis» Bobcrls RECEIVE PUPILS dall}, cien ¡ngs, lnstiuctlon and practice fashionable Waltz, Lintel», ¿ec Classes, 105 Collins st,, next Argus.

ANCl.NG.-Superior CLASSES, afternoons mid

ci cuni"*, also Saturday mornings Particu- lars on application, 10 lo 10 daily, Messrs. and lli___i_11_(lBiy_^,_ll)__Col_n__L_ DINCING.-Mr. Soumprou's Beginners' Classes

Wedneeda»s, Thunda)s; adianccd Mondays, SaturdeeiF Waverley, Little George st., near ___-*?_-.?__?______PrI______i_!?._ DANCING.-Seven private easy Lessons, 10/0;

Beginnen,' Claiscs, Thursda) cienlngs, S. Mu- ll irtln" Lonelon ceililleatcd teacher, 57 Uourlte-et. (Mile entrance)._____-_ DANCING.-Mi. Gurtls's CLASSES, adianccd |

Thllrsda}8, beginners Tucsdn). Fnda} dell mgs. Saturdu} afternoons, 3; pmalc l_-.ii-> ( iiiiiiua st , Carlton._ AD1ANGTD ASSEMULY.-Prote.tant-h.-lll, Ex

hlbltion-"tlcet. 1 doors Dr. .Inline«!! e, Mon-1 dat, 8. Beginners' Cla-os. Tuesdjv. 8; Satuiduy morning 11. 101 SWANSTON-STREET, opp Town-hall. PRIVATE LESSON'S Any Timo.

Misses H. and S, m AUS.

XIJÄRir-tatugc dancing, Bunjo, Mandoline, A. Vamping (piano). Taught; Clog Jigs, Songs, i.e. Will Lions, 30 Gcilrudc-st.. t-ltzro».

LGÍNNERS' CLASSES, Tuesday cienlngs,

tatuldey morning?, 10» SBan«'T st., op. Teitin-hall; Utdnc-sdav, evening, St. Kilda Town hall. MIS.-08 lliams._._ -îl-rsPI-S HYAMS' DANCING CLAtAlS.-Prlday

iVL ncniiig, Hawthorn nail, . Glenferrie; Tucs- dn.- afternoon, S. Yarra Hall; Thursdiy afternoon, M-iiiern Slurc-liill._ -LCe-olnr to leam to DIVE this K-Siitli

to, see Mr. 01 Mrs. CLEVELAND. 313 lliuiii'iiomt-tt. (neal Ball and Welch'.), _Cai lion.

CYCLING"TAUCHT, in' the enormous South \J larra .Skating Illtlli, op. stulionjvtompetcnl histnietors._;_ EIDLN'o'SCHOOL, South Melbourne, close tram,

train; prolltlcn.y ano agc: horse», blcyclei provided; cycling;, 10/«.! Telephone Mt».

T "

AMÜSEMENTS.

EATRL n O "i A L I osee Uland Holt Sub lessee ind manager VV Ulla n V der on Bus Manager Ja nes Ucndj Treas Julius Grant

I VST 3 NiallTS I VST 1 NIGHTS . I VST 1 NIGHTS

' LVST 1 MOI1TS

Tie Great Scnsat onal Adelill Dnn

TI e GHI I D OI ( OI I) Story I BH-1) 01- COI 11

Of GHI ID OI fOID v ( iin-i. n coiD D ni t nn-D oi nor» Map GRIM) 01 GOI I)

As Presente ! 1

WHIIVM VND1 R&ON S

la os Dra alio O gani*, tion

Heal 1 b Miss I UP! MI DUCGVN

LVST 1 NK HTS

Mill Will I L SI NSVTION Till CRI VI Till VI »CINE

THL OPIUM DL\

Stage Director Mr I li Nunn

I reduced Un 1er ti c Supervis on of

W11 LUM VNDntSON

Pr ccs-1 "¡a »/ 1/0 and 1/ Box plan at Ulan s I II lo elocl after ti it lor at the TI catre Ho al Confeetlo cr Cafe I ore day tickets na o! o 1 e o! ta e!

____n___*ng___>_J* Nail n EHnl eil street

HFV.TRB ROYV.L

NI"\T SVTURDW MW 3

1 ir t Tin e i Me I o me

T! e Latest Vdelp! I Si or " Dr ma

nu i VVOL'RIII

THI i vvounin OR THF SPORT 01 hTNCS

f] e Box pi n o\ ens at Allan s ti Is morning it

Tu ST nein

To be Run at ti e

Till VTI1I ROI VI

SVTURDW I VENING M \T MW 1

TI e folio I g are ti c quot lions for ti is gre»

event -

" to 1 Mistletoe S lo 1 Merman 4 to 1 -.-i oj 10 lo 1 TI eil is

to 1 D c ng Cirl 10 lo 1 Roj I

0 lo 1 TI e C fter TI to 1 Co net_

T B

HOL THI vritr

1 OR V COOD I VL&H

l-OH V GOOD I VLfll Vt 1 "/all/

V II II f i not Be t It 111 VII Mill I! ONI s I VI I

Till I VST NK IIT BIT TWO 111! I VS1 NK1I1 HUT TWO Hil I VST Nil 11T lltl TWO lill 1 \Sr NK IIT Bl 1 TWO

VND ST!! I 1 VC! H) IO Till DOOR**

«-o Do t \ a I all to Sec GLORG1 WiriOLGHBY

In

Till WnONC MR WRICHT Till W11 )N( Mil WU1C1IT Till WHOM Ml! w incur Till WHOM" Ml! w mc IIT Till WHOM Mil Windin Till WRONG MR WRIGHT Tie

1 nnicst

larcc of the Day

I RICES 3/ ?>/ 1/ (Early door to r C and Caller- Od extra )

PLAN at GU la S MI*N7irS and GRA.ND

A COVVVN Acting Manager

CONTINUVTION of TiT I ALPHING BOOM

SWURDVI MGHI NI-YT

Geo Broadl rst s Y cr Pop lar Screamer

WIIV SMITH II IT HOMl Will SMITH II n HOMl WIIV SMITH II IT HOMl \\m SMITH LUT IIOMI WIIV SMITH II I I li )MI Win SMITH II 1-T 110VH

First Time Here at loi ular Prices 3/ .>/ 1/

A =1 RP BOOVi

SFNsiBi r an i succrssn i PFOPI

I NSII1I I nd SUCU «-SI Ul I I 01 I

VI a-s take care len e\| cn I* g Heir l 0} t! at ti e recci e i \ i ale t n let n Hat Is to sa tie- pe 1

si lill g n 1 s. t sfj ti cmsol s ti t ti cj

Itali f II si Hi g s orll liée r

1 o e er so e l col le lo re not so re f 1 1 lea Ila- lire Iii .Its n goo 1 ! a ds 1 cn 1 ng frcq ti ake

c poor I arg s No ti ere s ti e trade i 11 VNOS a 1 Olir VNS I c1 re-11 re q Ir s expert k o le Ige lo l o i I itl safet ag a I d I rg I We

experts o r 1 sin lol slock i tr cnts I Iel s ble a d s e-ssful pcoi le reidil} I ur I nse

Bl «FNS1BI T an 1 Bin FROM US

Anl

\ou win MU i v succis=Fur puncnvsE PIANOS for tie Min ION V1RF

11 VNOS for tie V\I If TODO

li VNOS for Ho WOTIKFR

BFCiiSTriN nniNsvn- VD Bl CHSI1 IN BIIINSMI VD BLCIIS1L1N BKINSVH- VD

LIPP and rci r -v 1 li I n 1 I C1 1

1 li 1 1 d LCI L

1 I URIOH THURMFR. I I UHICII T11UHMI R 1 tURICII - XHURMLR

Trom aC-11

CASH or 11 R\ 1 Vs\ TERMS

OVrVLOGUTS'li tie SHOWROOM-- ritFT

All AN S 11 c Leading I iano At LAVS VI I AN S on I M s e W'orc! ouse AI LAN S VLLANS in V st illa ALLYN &

» 0 and " 8 COI L1NS-STREET

U T T O N ' U T T O N >

MUSIC WARFIIOUSr MUSIC WAHI HOUSI

"00 "SV IIOUR1 1 STRUT Ile MOST Ul TO DAT I

In ti 0 SOUTHLRV 1ILMISI lirRI

lor

FVrRYTHINO CONNICTFD WITH

MUSIC AND MUSIGA1 INSTRUMENTS.

1 I VNOS Jron £ 0 to £110

OHGV\*l fro C1 to t oO v All lill I VTIST ' ALL HIL Bl ST

rou pnicrs HK II QUVHTV LOW PRICES 1I1P11 ("U VL1T*1

I VSV TI RMS 1 VSY TI I1MS SOI F ACENTS for

semi DM writ ii VNOs

LIND VIII li VNOS

\UBH1T li VNOS

MVSON d I! W11 TV ORGANS

LI SI li ORGANS

TioAnovrnvi ORÍ AT mrs

Still M VINT VIN ti c SU1 111 M VCY ti o- Hove Held

for \cors

RFVirMBFR

bonn nvivirn on] soniNF

Vre lie OI DI ST PIANOIOlnr MVNLrVC

li lirllS i tie Wo 1! MASON anl IIAMI IV

Aro ti e OIliriNAK RS of ti c G VBIN1*T ORGAV

SL rroN s

Vre ti c I ARCFST 1MPORT1 US of PI VNOS nnd

OIK VNS I 1 ieloria

SUTTON S PRO! !Î1FTV1Î\ IJTD

»90 »0 HOUR! I STRI i T

Ml I BOURN!

BALL VI! VI 1 BLNDIOO

VPLIS PIANOS MM II S

- Ain-. /-"'"'.La MVPLli, MV1LLS ORGANS MAI ILS

M

IIAAFF IIVAKF PIANOS

VAK! li IUI-C1ION ot TONF and TOUCH I1VXKI TI c Most Modern 1 j ro cments

IVVhl Tie STVNÜVRÜ of l!\CLLLINCr

I IANO1- Vouel ed for 1 y I vperts as be ng ti e II VNOS Most 1 feet I stru nent 1 roeluced at IIVNOS Anvil ing L 1 c ti lrlc WIINVI1«,

I ! VNOS »I e MOST CRITIC Al 1NSI I GT10 V 1 PRICLS from £3 /IO/ to £ a

SFCONDHVND IIVNOS by

Ronlsch I'PI, ,| ln J t-el eel t n Dassel II -* '' ". f lind II llapsiurg 1 r 1 I o lin n n 1

A d N merous 01! cr Mal e at Pr ces fron

£10 £10 £10 £io

All 1 anos Ouannlco I for lo 1 " s

Mason a 1 Hamlin O g s tl"/10/l Cas! or Mason and Ham Organs £¡'10/1- Icrma

Mason n d Handi O gans U2/I0 J »/o W ekly .Hilf- Casi or J SI IV OI1G INS £1-, MAI LI S Tc-m» I ST! V Olli" AN-, £15 MU II S "/O Wccklj 1STIVOHGVNS £15 MU IS =a3to 01 CI VIII NDON STHLLT

Sun s stmii vi i not i-*i

MAPIES 3ip-mciiviiLsiiipr IHAHIU**

M VI LIS M1 Cools Del ç ed to a v , rt of

MAI 1 LS ti e stat nhsol tcl> 1 re of Ç| j*-.--,

, I A N O S 1 I JVJs OS PIANO!

A Bl CM TI

"10 »1 toi LINS S1I1LET

SOLI VII NT

lor tie World re o nel

KV1S PIANOS O eof Ho

KUS 11ANOS leal! g 1 os 1 VIS 11ANO-* Of ti Worll

SCHULT7 PI VNOS TI e I Incst

SCHUIT/ 1IANOS Med | iced 1 lanos

SGllt.il/li VNOS _ Lei-Oflecd

VI o

PI VNOS I STIIN-VH SCHWIG1I1LN

BLChllt UI1V.N IHMILTON

Vnl oller ot d a ¡il n ü c h[es_

p o en nt t 11 a al!) Io i r es

V 1 I Lhl IT

10 1 COI UN STIMM MI moi UM

JJ O N I S C II II\NOS

HONISCH 1 ICI NI! VC li VNOS HOMSC1I HONISCI! Bil! ORGANS ON SUi HOM--111 LOL1ANS a I V1LSIC U ON SG I HONl<"Lll BONIS 10NSCI HONISCH loo Mu 111- II JSISGII ltOMSll Cal lern s HONLSG

RON1SI II - ROÎI-Ï 1

KONISUI --öl V.cnls KONISCH

CAltNIGII ad SONS

i« m/vin ni sim i r

-*_"*ANTn> lo II _ ondl ai I ro| les of HW

*1 cid a gc lew

Writ« iecret-ty

H

AunsnarnttTS.

LB MVJISTY'S THEATRE

1 Uti lil II MITIN! I

DOROTHY I

TOD« (1UDN1SDVI, 30th APRIL),

«t 2 p m

Mr J C 1UII11MSON

Bus Manager, Geo Tallis, Treas , i 7 Tait

GURT UN Risrs it 7 45 p m Sharp

Of

THL ROÏ IL COMIC OPI HI COMP1NY

Grand Complimentary Night

To

Mr GI ORGL I \URI

1 rcmirkable list of attractions will be pre sonlcel on this occusfon being Hie termination o' Hie open season and farewell performance of

Till ROY IL COMIC OPLR 1 COUP IN*.,

Uso

Farewell Perform mee in Melbourne

Of

Miss GRV.CI PILOTT!

"A MLMOR lill 1 I 1RI 11 ELL"

Ind

"VU HI 10IR'

To

DOROTHY 1)0110111*1 DOROTHV.

The Most Lnnori>ill) Pnpulir Comedí Opera El cr

Presented on the liistrnllnti sint,e « POSITIVELY THL I 1ST NIGHT-L\ST NIGHT

I ils ii pi iring

night of Hie season Mi II llllanison Ins an inectl

following fuiourltc items to be pre

-.tilted -

Mr 11UCII 11 IRD in his Immensely Popular

Topicil Sing

' NOTHING NEW,"

I rom

'THE CIS1N0 GIRL"

And

His Quaint, Unique Dance,«

From '

"A BUN 111 1Y GIRL "

Also

Miss C1RR1E MOORE mid Mr CEORGD LAURI

In the

Cosmopolitan Modle} Courler Duet,

1 rom

"K BUN VW IA CHU " IMPORTANT NOTICE

Oiling to the length of the programme the cur tain will rise at 7 45 p ni sharp

nu MAJESTY'S THEATRE Under the Direction of Mr J C Williamson

S\TURD\V M \T, 1l\Y 3,

THE J1NLT 1VITD0RI DHIMITIO SF ISON

lilli be inaugurated when Mr 11 illiamson will

introduce to a Melbourne Audience the

YOUNG 1M1 niCIN ACTRESS,

Miss

JANFT 11 1LD0RP,

11 ho will make her first appearance as

ROSILIND,

In Sliikcspcare s Delightful Pustoral Oomcdi,

IS YOU UM* IT,"

A character in which she has met with

TNORMOUS SUCCI SS

Throughout the Unite 1 States of Amcnea

It i» Mr lUllnmson's intention tint Miss 11 -lldorf Bliould be seen in xs ni ni} of her

GRE IT IMl'l RSO\ 1T10NS

th« limited season vi 111 permit, consequently

SI\ NIGHTS ONLY,

And

SPECLVL M.1T1NEE 111DNTSD1Y, M VY V.

TUP COMPYNY

Supporting Misa Waldorf will includa

Mr NORVIL M GRLGOR

(His First lppearanco in Melbourne),

Mr H li MNCFNT

(His Return to the Melbourne Slage after an

Absence of 12 Years),

Ind the Principal Members of Air 11 illiareifon s

NL1V ENGIISH DRAM 1110 COMPIVY.

Miss Ruth Mucka} Mr Inclín Milford

Miss Mai el Lane Mi 1 dinuutl Gticnn

Miss Ma} Chci ilior Mi Hamilton Stewart Mi=a Nina Merl ort Mi I 1 unisden Hare

Mr I rani Hollins

Lach of these I ailles ind Gentlemen vi ill make

their riBS-l 1PP1 1H1NCI inMIIBOURNI

ccfisOrica,

\ Special Feature of this Production will be the

Introduction of the

SIX GI I I S

Incidental to the 1 lai being Sling by

»0 111 IJ TRUN] D Y01CÍS

In fact, even thing is being done to make tins a

MLMOR IDLE PLR1 OHM 1\CL

Of

Shal eimcarc a Greatest Corned}

BEUiTHUL PASTORIL PICTURES by JOHN*

GORDON

The jbox plan is now open at Allan and Co 'a.

SVTURDVY MAY 10

ROMLO AND JULIET

Will be Staged for a 1 civ NighU Onl}.

TJEAIIIIAS CITY HALL

Top Stalls-Lad» Hutton Miss Clarke, Mi«s Duff,

Miss lllllhms

ArTntNOON 3 o clock

Melbourne Ladies Orchestra conductor Madame

Bale Schicblich 1 oculist Miks Marion Porrltt

I 11 NING 7 o clock

Piano Songs Mandoline Music ii Glasses lane)

March, 11 incurs Prize AN I Competition

DI Gllio s Band

EM NINO 7 o clock

Signor V adala (the celebrated Mandolinlst) and

Mandoline Club

Admission, 1/, Evening, Od May 1, (Id

ATINISTLR1NG CHU DR1 N S lEAGUE _t- (11 alfch street Branch)

(?AUDI N I I TI

In Aid of ' Col I ige bl the Sea ' Queenscliff,

lilli le Held at SIIISRURY, ?

11 nish strool South larra, On SI TURD l\ Mil 1

To be Opcneel at 2 p m lu the President,

UM Robert Harper

Punch and Jue!» Pon» Bides Ping Pong, o.c

Idmisslon Oil

'n'1ST MIIBOLRNr CRICM P CLUB

The follow big are the 1-00TB1II IIVTURI S arranged lo take pi tee on the I ast Melbourne Cricket (.round the ensuing se ison -

I ssendon v 1 ltzro} Mav 1

I sscnelon v Melbourne Mm 1"

lv,sentlon v South Mellounc Vii} 24 I -.scntlon v Girllon M it ti I scudon v ( colong linn 1

lot endon v Colling! ood ltd} 20 1 s eildon i SI Kilda August "

Second Boun 1 Tluril Purni I

East Melbourne C G membership (entitling

C1I II 1 S A M 11 I M U 11 S II 0 IV

ITH1N1-UM TO MORROW

GRAND CONCLR1, Alii IINOON and I II MNG Misses lilian Reid Marion Porritt BoatrLo

Mercer I ]o}d I Ililli! s Maggie 1 eildon,

Messrs 1 Colling ( ( ii bs Jordan and ol tiers

The Jnpanc-e N ual Officers baie intimated their intention of meneling

Adniissicn, One Shilling

_« R CHURCH Sec

rrw

L 1ST 11 ELKS

sPFCiu risT cm \P I VURSIONS WILL RUN

BLI 111 I 1 Ml I BOURM and Bl NUIÜO HI HY S11UHDAY and 11LÜN1 SDAY,

Return fare, 5/0 Including ndmicslaii to the Lxhlbltlon Lcailng Spencer street at S 45 a tn

Sec rallwa} posters for fuller details

GIO \ AI-ll-N, General Se

M

Secretary

Y S T Í R Y of TISH LUE The AQUARIUM The AQUIRIUM.

MIIBOUBN1 1 MIIIII1 ION

The boals Crocodiles I Ittle 1 ish I irt,o Pish

Aquatic Birds \nemoiic^

Dill} 10 to 5 Children Oil, Adult* 1/

SP! GUL NOTICE-Iho Trustees of the Mel bourne Aquarium it the Exhibition l-me I N G IG1 D a IHM) to 1 lal 1 lor} Di} l to ' " ,,,

?Ho Mdlic KLM« and he-, Clcier Irinio "i

""Ymto^XTHl'"ïRM"» ?«?«-'»» «

ZO01 OGICU ( ARDPNS ROI \| ~ |,,jr,-_

Spleiidld ¡"oologlcil Collection lle-iclicel bv trumcar to gar len eales or train from spencer street «otc» closed at 6 I in m 111_ rnontfi Id mis'lon-Monda»» 1/ children (I (, x~ ,.t .".j,

da)s) other neck da}s and hollda}s Cd , cïl

dren 3d _

JJ! INO I I HINT_ i" , -"fj-^ t".,,g" ISnV'of'riic^plSr'lte5 p?a",;o°""r

iiiTnt't-s «'»V "r <Í^,AA

method ci er Invented * So " ,"p|e |n ¿J'ri ¿ ?

that even a o ill I ina} lo im mon ni a fe» minni«.

fô.L%,"u0ntOuror'wr,,,l'U'1 °" '" 0,hcr "<'"<"£

J 111 SION Inipirttr

_ 10! (ol li rtr'eei

TViR'.ss INSTRUMENTS Repaired" ooTTTl To"rTT

?"end "inchlmn lie»,IM,",!,1"", " ' lrst »Lpllaics

uncí mnciHiier} irem l-uis Li ins. *a ii,,,,.c, .,,

Melbourne _____ ' -J """'^ «. ?ylOI IN STRINGS the b_^u,u7fac-tu7r,¡7To"T5 V hud from lions, Importer, from lily

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1NCI-SS S i II E \ T B B Lnder the Direction of Mr Robert Brough

Representative Mr Mian Hamilton MISOILTHY NO inn L"ISTI (Metropolitan 1 rc_¡ Lxecptcd)

Nollee

The Season W 1 Positively Terminate on

IRIim NI-YT 2nd MW

LUR". MINING at 8

BROUGH COMFDV COMPVN\ BROW II COMID\ CUMPVN*». BROUGH COMÍD\ COMPANY

LVST TlinLL APPEVRVNC1 S

Of

Mr nnd Mrs BROUGH

In MU BOURNE

Prior to Their Retirement from the Australasian

"tage

TO NIGHT (W FDNTSDA. 30th APRIL),

POSITIV I I Y LAST NICHT lOSITIVLLY LAST NIGHT 1 POSI11V1-LY LAST NICHT

Of

'THF LHRS" ' Till LIARS " ? lill I1VRS ' ' Till IIARS ' «Till IIVRS ' 'Till IIVRS '

V Comedy in Four Vcls hy Henry Arthur Jones Vim BROUGH .' . ~ LVDY JESSICA

19 Sir CHRISTOPHER DEERING

Supported I )

Miss Temple Miss Brenda Gibson Mi« Susie Vaughan Vila, Helen I ibson Miss Gillies Brown

Hig-on Vlr Harrison

(THURSD!W!MU 1) } ' SOWING THE WIND "

1 RIDAI,"! TARBWELL NIGHT!

> Tilo

M VY 2 J « SECOND MRS TANQUERAY "

BON Pi AN for the RTTTAINING NIGHTS of the

Si VSON NOW OPfcV a« Allans, Menzies, and

The Grand

Prices -5/, 3/, and 1/ early doora to Amphitheatre 1/ extra (from 7-7 30 p m )

Early Doors Tickets at Palmer s and Theatre Doors

Doors 7 30 curtain 8 carriages 10 40 Children under 7 not admitted

P

RUCrsS'8 THEATRE

IsOTICE

All Outstanding ACCOUNTS mwt l>e rendered not later thin l" O C1 OCK TO "UOKItcm (Tlnire daj), for pigment at 3 «m on I-RIDW NFYT

ItOIIFRT nnouGii

pRIN<

T II D A T R E

SATURDAY MGHT, 3rd MAY,

Inauguration of

The MIRTIirUL SEASON,

And Reappearance of

Mr FRANK TÜOItfriTON Mr H.AMi, THORNTON

(After nn Absence of Tour Years),

Supported by hin Specially Selected

LONDON COMEDY COMPANY,

In the

runniest Taree Comedy of Hie Day

Written by J II DXRNLEÏ, entitled

FACING HIL MUSIC IACING TIIL MUSIC

As Plajed it The Stran 1 Tlicatre London with

Lnornioua Success for Our «íQQ JSighta

CAST

The Re* John Smith (the Curate of *_t

Andrew H) Mr John Denton Dick Desmond (the other Mr Smith s

Guest) "Mr Galwey Herbert Col Duncan Smith (tin. other Air

famuli s imck) Mr Alexander Bradley fierce int Duflcll (Dow street Uctcc

the) . Mr Joseph Wilson

\ml

John Smith (die olhci Mr Smith)

Mr Innk Thornton Nora (the other Mr fainith s wift)

M is) \ on Fordycc

Mabel (the Curates wife) Mifw leonie Norbury Miss lothmiiEJj (of tht Bijou Theatre)

Miks I ha.be Mercer Mr* Fontuif? (the other Mr Smith s

hou-cl ccptr) Miss Katie Ltc

Act 3 -Iîcfore Breakfast

10 O Clock

Act °-\ftor Breakfast

10 10 Samt Mown u At t t -Ueforo Lunch

li 30 Sime Morning

Scene-The Other Mi «-mith s Tht No 19 Mona Mansion Kensington 1 enud-iht I resent

\utumn

Hie j lot ind complic-tions are worled out in two loirs Onh JO nil nu ten ure su] posed to el oi so between each at I

1 recede 1 it 8 O Clocl b\ a Musical Farce, In

One Act, J ntltled

"A irST AI A T O H »

By T Bowker and Corail I Itrgibbon Music by

Guy Jones

Till\ (a cool ) Miss Phoebe Afercer ii) bs (boots uni Innes) Air Gah\e> Herbert Muz7lei ii policeman) ")

I lue! JO (1st Grenadier Guards) > Mr Joseph Wilson lack ( i sailor) J

Scene-A Kitchen

.^renerv h> Me-wrs J I ittle and Son Musical Director Mr H Weinberg Stage Al in i(,er Air 1 rani \\ ilaon

Box plan at Aîhn s Alenzies nnd The Grind

I rices-5/ (/ ind 1/ cub doors to Amt hi

theatre 1/ e\tri (from 7-7 10 p ni ) Early Doors

lirkcts at Palmers ind Theatre Doors

Doors 7 ¿0 curtain 8 cirriages 10 40 Children under 7 not admitted

ÍF

IO MGHT TO NIGHT roMriu At 8 roMrin

TO MGiir, io Mian,

1IOIIN III CITAI. , "\ IOIIV lil CITAI , IIOLIN HLCUAI ,

»J

Mr M Bl UTO /FLMAN Jim Mr U lil- UTO /LIM \N lun Mr Al HI ItTO n IM \V lun Mr H Ul UTO /,! I M \N tun Mr Al HI OTO m M IN Jun

IBOOHVMMI

Sonaf-t for Piano jnd "Violin in G Major

op _s Brahms \hacc ina non troppo-Adagio-Allegro molto

inoilrnto

Misa "SATHAI.1L DAWSON uni Sir ATBERTO

/UM \N Jun

Rom-inco m G Major o¡ 10 , Beethoven

llr Al Ul UTO /I IM\N Jun

Songs (a) Tie Di ram (b) Thou Art

So like n lloMrr (c) Hj Awn«

KÍLÍIÜI ualc Kubcnstdn

Mr um ron WOOD

Concerto In C Minor oj "0 Bruch

"Vorspiel (Alligro Moilrratol-Adagio-rinaic

( Allegro enérgico)

Mr Al Ul UIO /I LM *.".", Jun

Song ' Adel tide Bccthoicn

Mr -111 COU WOOD

Chaconnc from Sonjln in I) "Minor (No 4) Bach

Mr \LHI RIO 71 MIAN lim

Ac omi mi Is-Mis NUHAill DAWSON and

MIKS Al 111 MATIINSON

J10\ 11 A*V uni! rlCKTTS nt AI L\N S \dinlh.ion 1/ md ./

lil M1 Concessions to Stu lents on application al tile Bo\ Dilke

10I1N li TAIT Manager

"KIHI NO1 I K11 lil S mi 1 li! ADIM -> by Mon I1 ski r I JÎAU1ÎICL C «allTON M \

Third Ko-i line Tins Afternoon 4 TO m Athen-um H|I«-rIinII Subject Mil Act of lint inuicus and liicluc s les Plaideurs Ticki u and liooks it door _

I» AMIS 1'UOMIJI-U strlna, or llrass.-Skillod

". rrofeasloi al Alusitians ein lo cii,j_ed for all class s of cntt-rtalninent 1 itost music terms mode rite Prclt-sison ii Orchestral Musician* Ul ion ««05 lilisscll st li* Hailirt,o T\U|lone 1-«1

MISS AVUKINSON AR.UI ROSIE

Will HISUMT TI ACHING

MONDAI IUNI "

Tor all particulars FCC Saturday s issue

1 N ti I Is MAD \M 1 I BKNS M UOll

will nxs-uiu insf-oNs " On IIIUIISUU 1st MM

Heel clt 8 Slumc W irehoiit. ,

.in COI 1 INS STII1 IT

SINGING A oleo Produrtion - Miss AANNLCh,

ccrtillcnted lui ii Madam«. Lue- Cliauiibcrs and Mr Winiam Parkin-on «-len s Collina st

Ila-Uliorn Q| stalion_

CDASS l-omnni. 10/(1 bight SIM INO Ilallads

Piano "i oleo Prod iction pn«, -itel- Miss I I \elini. --Ainuell Osborne si b \arra.

nS llUlDMUN lrolassioñü PiañlüT

"leoclier Pi mo and \iolin Circulars at «all-in f or 0- I rln st Hiclunon I_ ElOrLIION Dein Breathii g V oleo Produe

tion rretkuljt'on Brimât!. CI *a&SF.S 10/(1 Misa locplilic --aiiiuell Osborne st South i arra Pul ile I crforinances_ _

MUS1CAI NOTICE - JOIIV BLACI*BUR*sfañ"aJ

SON 1 \pert I lanoforto Tuners Bellaire« and belcclors (tslah ist,") PIANOS in stock

Sut! erljn I rd \rn a laic

FACI md «ealp MVSSAG1-, Manicure ....

Hairdressing anil D>ring carried on by trained experts 'Mental Beauty Parlours, laluu s clitraniL llQ*b«Aam,ton st_ n^llt SPI CIAI1ST - In loss of ÎÎKiï í."fo<7

ness H Id Patches Weal or tailing Hair Se irf Dandruff consult free J S L\c, 114 Bourke st opp Market_1 stab 1852.

PINf 10NG, In great -ariel} 0/ to flm"

Balls 2/ and J/ dozen Hackets 2/ to ß/0 Mctonan Crlckitins and «-porta to 117 LIlji beth st Melbourne _____ _

M MUM! COST*, PA! MIST Clamojinle

Mi(,netlL Huler ladies / genii men 1/

soohls -ind ut humes utten led 85 M Crackcn st,

htnsin-ton

NEW BOOKS AND FDBI.XCA1IONS,

A11XANDFRS nF",H\L IIIMNBOOh «-nth

imislc cloth 1/ posted 1/2 At llutcliin

Mnj ICi Little Collins si J_

B1BLLS 1 OU Till PI OPII In au hlndlira*

at lowest prîtes National Bible Soclet«, of «.cotli n 1 _ Hutchinson a ______

CIIOICI BOOKS for Chrisihn «orker~and

joung eomcrtB li> -,ood authors At lim

cblnsons ¡01 ¿Ittle Collins st_

DU lulim \!> HOIlhS sj.lous ullllons aid

I Imlim-« At lliilihinsona ( la-eon Bloli Wan linns« "0- Hitit Colline si b *"*

JO! I I in lor I lion i by

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illustrated 1 rice "/5 posted 2/tl btlllnell nd^o pilnlcra U5a Collins st Melbourne

"Oil*. Mr S 01" Tilt- TIMfS I» Oriel national "T,r ,. P"'rI""c« 'OMI. bcautlfiillv llliiiimied fitlllwell .nd Co, printcn, IBS« Colllo»-«, W bournt. Beduced to if, potted 1/-B.

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AUCTION SILL of LNGINELRS TOOLS 4 XXI lathes 7 II 1 Otto G is Lngine Mutltublihi Boiler Lngine, 3 4 and 5 Head Bitterles (new). Block l'rct-s ind Maclunes Cm os _h_|_oi_ Belting uni vist anio int of Siuidricu

VU DNLSDYY MAY 7 at

Messrs MAC1L1R and 1 LAL is WORKS,

Ybbotbford

Cat dogues- from I lea-lice Graham and 81)1(8,

quetta ecrs "8 mel JO I lizaboth hlreel

All IS LOMPINY of 1 NG1NI 1 IIS (Scott lad

Youne) IOS Bouvenc-st Melbourne manu facturera of the Oalj-x and Betmond Drills Hood working llcllborinc, and Befngcrating MA OH I VI HY Uthouso Windnnills lumps J ngines,

Berilcrs Ac

A and J STI WART and MLN¿_b LTD,

. Queen s bridge S Melb bold 1 tree stocks ?

BLIGK GilianiBcd STI \M IUBLS and littugt, Í

Boiler Tubes \e

BIT TURU S 1 uui| s Retorta Winding Gear

SI aftint, ltillc}s qceuitity of llnckmaling M tcliiner} llaeliar and Teal 115 1 letona st,

11 botsford Victor! i st tram

BU I Hill- and till lliniie II-quisilcs Pullc)!,

1 liimnier 1 locks Shaftii u Castings of ctery description IV Andeison an t Sois leflcottst, West Mell ourno and I lui oin si Richmond

BUK HI SHAFTING in ill s M5, also Coup

lings Coll irs anti 1 lununcr Blocks Bennie Tearo un 1 Ci telephones I l IU_

C"

nd Son Parkside Ironworks North

(1HUGIBII STI I L and Vl.llo-cble OISTIVOS at

J lowest quotations Dniies tad Baird, steel anti iron works, Bninswicl_ DD 11 R C K S and Co,

. Sole Agents for Australasia (or BOCnUM UNION 11A1L1VVY HOllhS

Slccl Rails with all accessories 1 ort ii le Tramway Matcnal

Side Tipping Trucks J 3 and 1 vd capacltj. KRAUbS and Go 1 OOOMOTllL WOlthb

Narrow gauge Locomotives a Specialty

28 of 2fl g into now working in lustra-, LU\ INDUS!RH- WORKS

Patent Hard Indiarubbcr Hitor Meters

Auto Motor cars

I RANK II PISSMORI LONDON

Abt S)stcm latent Rick Railways GERMANIA IlOlIIiS CHEMNITZ

Brcwine Malling lrtczint,, and Refrigerating

Machiner»

Largo Stock of Light Railway Material on Hin d

and to Arrive

D"

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Sole Agents

JAMFS II 1RDIL and Co ,

Melbourne

EM INI LUS M «.IHM* TOOI_- Fugbi«

Boilers lumps Stc-uii Haran ors Sturtcuntl Blowers Wool workine Mnildncs. Tlorau M Pheison an l_Son 5S. Gollins st ___ ENGINH RS M1GIHNI IOOLS Lodge anti

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woo 1 in lirst class con htion us si o now Iles In the liUro» River lor f ill | art culara "I Ply Harbour Board Rockhampton Queeaslanee G\S I NGIN1, 2} horse iKitlcr look and Ht

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wards 533 Collins st_. 1

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City office, 4"o Collins street west.

Head OfTlce and General Engineering Wtx_>

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