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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,459,945
2 NeilHamilton 3,063,281
3 noelwoodhouse 2,923,870
4 annmanley 2,239,305
5 John.F.Hall 2,150,478
...
554 bazfern 59,481
555 Lenore 59,441
556 rrigby 59,352
557 JulesLaurent 59,078
558 lwetherall 59,057
559 DesHannan 59,000

59,078 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

May 2017 2,469
April 2017 2,693
March 2017 3,226
February 2017 4,289
January 2017 1,678
December 2016 2,258
November 2016 2,176
October 2016 3,817
September 2016 4,553
August 2016 1,457
July 2016 2,451
June 2016 3,347
May 2016 4,577
April 2016 2,658
March 2016 3,119
February 2016 1,355
January 2016 2,159
December 2015 3,503
November 2015 2,017
October 2015 2,862
September 2015 2,414

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,459,914
2 NeilHamilton 3,063,281
3 noelwoodhouse 2,923,870
4 annmanley 2,239,235
5 John.F.Hall 2,150,473
...
555 rrigby 59,303
556 lwetherall 59,057
557 DesHannan 58,989
558 JulesLaurent 58,974
559 A.Cain 58,966
560 paryan 58,897

58,974 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

May 2017 2,469
April 2017 2,693
March 2017 3,226
February 2017 4,289
January 2017 1,678
December 2016 2,258
November 2016 2,118
October 2016 3,771
September 2016 4,553
August 2016 1,457
July 2016 2,451
June 2016 3,347
May 2016 4,577
April 2016 2,658
March 2016 3,119
February 2016 1,355
January 2016 2,159
December 2015 3,503
November 2015 2,017
October 2015 2,862
September 2015 2,414

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 83,619
2 mickbrook 82,485
3 murds5 54,198
4 PhilThomas 24,408
5 EricTheRed 20,242
...
155 GeoffMMutton 106
156 dwcassidy 105
157 jrourke 104
158 juleslaurent 104
159 LesleyJane 103
160 PeterR 103

104 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

November 2016 58
October 2016 46


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Advertising (Advertising), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Tuesday 20 November 1906 [Issue No.18,828] page 1 2017-05-24 17:11 G
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Il D I V 1 ) T I
Il 11 I *" - I 1 T I
In lldiillulldln- I un lol Ile
I1CTORI IN DE1F and DIMB INSTITUTION
To !«. I eld In th.
CROI ND« st hlIPI Ililli)
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"Toreh I)4nce".(Mn.eri Band.
"Hhen a Pour ilrlatli.n Come» lo Town"
i. .. .. ArHiur follín«.
"li lour Mother In, Molly Malouet" .. II, Tri».
"Msserrella'» Vl«lt lo the .North".
.Billy Gohlen.
"1,010 Me. and Hie Vtoild I« Mine" .. II. Alilhonv.
"»«ret Julienne". .. ., Thompson
"Chicken Chowder" ,. .. .. .'. Willan* lluul.
And 17 OTHER!«. I
i SITTONS', i
»OÎOÎ IIOUHKK-STREET,
MEI.HOUII.NEi
HAIJsVIIAT, MENDIGO, ind GEELONG.
HTTÖNS' RIXI'l'.jN'ÑY
UTTOXS' hlXI'KNNV
STILL IIOOMIMI.
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"Jtul . nunrhol'Shsmrock," "Asleep In Hw!
I Deep," "Ju«l Alton the Bridge of Gold," "In the I
Valley »here Hi» lllurlilnl« Hing," "lloae «K KIP ,
lanley," "llliney," "Alevander." "Goesbbye, '
hurst Mule." "ntl Tri In. rio Hard to Forget
You," and doren« of other«. >
1'IIICK SIXPENCE BACH, I'oilfel Td.
bend lor llimplete IJ.t io
BUTTOSR" Ml'SIOWAREHOUSES,
Melbourne, llallaral, lletidlsu, Geelong,
?SyKlMN'OTIIlSOlC-ThrflliirUr t»l,"»ieh| Ti-T«
'V viso, teiUMl, M. richi llurllnl, OU. richi
VVelrhold, I/O. li)-ons, tWJIourke-at., MrlUjurtie,
VI0lJN7"wl»irfî««N''o>«, eilfi'itrlnts. reí.'«"'
luior, Ac, ti/, <!/, ra/, L)o_'i -Ititi»
Warehouse, M7 Uourke-st., Mcllwurnt, Write to»
«rilslopue.
O
»ttrs... .-.... .. - .- --, -.....-.,
will lie held on Weelmxkiy next, it .1 pm. Sieve«
«hown In «ellon by lady riper!. We ll»e King'«
"Cro»n" Flour. Ilnmll Uro»., lim» »nd »love
nilliufielurer«, Ellubclh-sb, oji, O.IMI, _
.Tli'ANClXO.-Mr.T * Mr», Clevrlinil'i-liêgiiine.T
U CUim», Tui*«4i>' (To'tilttlil), ttid Frldi)'
evenlniri Privat» la-woni dally, evening«. D13 Druin.
LiiAMKI-, Tut«4»>' (To'tilglil), ttid Frldi»/
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munil-st., t»ill««i«__________,_, _,_ _
,'ANCISo;-MrrCu"rti»VCl»»««i, Tuealiy, Tliuri.
*J dir Kvrnlngs; Flower Patty, 'riiursday, Can-
ning-it., Carlton. Tel. all", Cliulng tilgra of
union, 'nmi-tstVj NoV;».
i-raNClNa.-."«.«^ ,_,..-.
J-T 10/0, alwiyi open, hullday» Included, Mis«
Mailln'i, Ijondon rrrlltleitecl leithen, d7 Bourke
H.eilde euttkiire, ______________________
.ASCIXOT^MrTi-lomprou'» Hfgliitifri' CLASS,
_ TO'nlgli!. Anttii'll., K. Cirllent Aiivinrtsl,
TO'moirow (tVtsJnt>i«.ijr) NUM. Wivtiley, llruni.
wlck-it.. »liioy. . ,,.
.nilOr*. I'KIIOIVAI'Ttlie'ianly br|»in.«71«lä7tiWo
1 I'llRKNOliOUlUT and litailil, lut returnee!.
lil UiuMwlck'U., ntuoy, '
GARDEN FETE
GARDEN FETE
GARDEN FETE
In Aid of Building Fund of the
VICTORIAN DEAF and DUMB INSTITUTION.
To be held in the
GROUNDS, ST. KILDA-ROAD.
NEXT FRIDAY and SATURDAY,
NEXT FRIDAY and SATURDAY.
Official Opening by Lady Talbot at 3 p.m. Friday.
STALLS of EVERY DESCRIPTION,
JAPANESE TEA-HOUSE
A FETE
A FETE
FULL OF SPARKLING FASCINATIONS.
GATES OPEN at 2 O'CLOCK.
ADMISSION, 1/; CHILDREN, 6d.
GARDEN FETE
In Aid of
DEACONESSES' AND SEAMEN'S MISSIONS,
Will be Opened by
LADY TALBOT,
At
"EGOLEEN," TOORAK-ROAD, TOORAK,
(The Residence of Herbert Sargood, Esq.)
On
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, at 2.30 p.m.
Band of the 5th Regiment,
Merry-go-Rounds,
Punch and Judy,
Performing Dogs, &c.
Entrance, 1/. Children, 6d.
ART EXHIBITION, Back Block Landscapes, by
Edward Officer, Athenæum, upper hall. Open
daily this week, 10 till 5.30.
EXHIBITION and SALE of CHINESE HAND-
MADE LACES.—New Independent-hall. Col-
lins-st., Wednesday, Thursday, Friday afternoons.
NOW READY. NOW READY.
EDISON RECORDS
Price, 1/9 Each.
For OCTOBER.
Price, 1/9 Each.
"Torch Dance" .. Concert Band.
"When a Poor Relation Comes to Town"
.. Arthur Collins
"Is Your Mother In, Molly Malone?" .. H. Trix.
"Sisserretta's Visit to the North"
.. Billy Golden
"Love Me, and the World is Mine" .. H. Anthony
"Sweet Julienne" .. Thompson
"Chicken Chowder" .. Military Band.
And 17 OTHERS.
SUTTONS',
....... BOURKE-STREET,
MELBOURNE;
BALLARAT, BENDIGO, and GEELONG.
SUTTONS' SIXPENNY SONGS
SUTTONS' SIXPENNY SONGS.
STILL BOOMING.
"Just a Bunch of Shamrock," "Asleep in the
Deep," "Just Across the Bridge of Gold," "In the
Valley where the Bluebirds Sing," "Rose of Kil-
arney," "Barney," "Alexander." "Good-bye,
Sweet Marie," "I'm Trying So Hard to Forget
You," and dozens of others.
PRICE SIXPENCE EACH, Posted 7d.
Send for Complete List to
SUTTONS' MUSIC WAREHOUSES,
Melbourne, Ballarat, Bendigo, Geelong.
VIOLIN STRINGS.—The Gloria, 6d. each; Tre-
viso, tested, 9d. each; Ruffini, 9d. each;
Weichold, 1/6. Lyons, 397 Bourke-st., Melbourne.
VIOLIN, with case, bow, extra strings, resin,
tutor, &c., 21/, 42/, 58/. Lyon's Music
Warehouse, 397 Bourke-st., Melbourne. Write for
catalogue.
OUR FREE PUBLIC COOKING DEMONSTRA-
TION with Kerosene Stoves, which weekly
attracts large numbers of ladies to our warehouse,
will be held on Wednesday next, at 3 p.m. Stoves
shown in action by lady expert. We use King's
"Crown" Flour, Brandt Bros., lamp and stove
manufacturers, Elizabeth-st., op. G.P.O.
DANCING.—Mr., Mrs. Cleveland's Beginners'
CLASSES, Tuesday (To-night), and Friday
evening; Private Lessons daily, evenings, 313 Drum-
mond-st., Carlton.
DANCING.—Mr. Curtis's Classes, Tuesday, Thurs-
day Evenings; Flower Party, Thursday, Can-
ning-st., Carlton. Tel. 3715. Closing night of
season Thursday, November 19.
DANCING.—Seven strictly private LESSONS
19/6 always open, holidays included. Miss
Martin's, London ............. teachers, 57 Bourke-
st, side entrance.
DANCING.—Mr. S......'s Beginners' CLASS,
To-night, A.....-st., N. Carlton. Advances,
To-morrow (Wednesday) Night, Waverley, Bruns-
wick-st., Fitzroy.
PROF. PERCIVAL, the only original Scientific
....................
... Brunswick-st, Fitzroy.
Advertising (Advertising), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Tuesday 20 November 1906 [Issue No.18,828] page 1 2017-05-24 09:38 G
Manager J01 SOLOMONS
N0 t RI I 11ST
GUET1 HLD) lil It C0MPAN1
I IT 4 NIGHTS of
MABFLHOODS and DtNlSCIRNll
Brilliant and mistic «iiccc-ts of
DORIS BAKlll
DORIS mint
The Surprising!} Clctcr Dancing strlo
Continued 1 ri imph of
AMI SU HT lTIINh MM UN
MlANhlOHM DOR/Till S1III-T
W1NS1F BOND XtlTIlUl MUM PI
HUTON SHIFT litiD IHM IN'»
JICh HK.AN ILS Il M 11 MU)
IND OLR 01IN BIOGRIIH
T
DONT hNOll,
?THE SPniNO O II I O K F_N_
PniNcr s coi RT ? rniNct s coi rt i
JlINCt S COLIIT IHlNll !i COLHT
OPFN
AtTFRNOON E1FNING
2J0 "30
Tie Great Hater Chute tell!» It« Mtnlalurc
Niagara llatrrfall
Tie Sen-ulton of the seaton,
nllOOT Tilt (HUTT S
T1H TOHOrCIN
Till HtlTMl-ShllTlR
Till UNI KTOII1
TUT hA17lNJIMMKIt CISTII
Tlll M171 I
lINClRDh MUN« MICHINI, .
Ind Numerous Oller Noteltle« j
TTIF B100HMII «llh ils lallen Using Pictures
and Illustrated «eng«.
Min Hill! BOOHItn
Australia t Llte-st Mern aid
lvert Itlcrnevnn an! Tieulnar
iREr Tilt iiiij. nt iiiiimt« tun
11 th li« Ilrflncd laude»Hie
Aflemoein ttenlng
o dock 1>n,|*k
J1PINIM Calerlng 1 V the C1 lra_o JIIINI«!
FL11101*1 at J H Inter larden TL1 UOlM
Management
lull Bras« an I Regimental Ban la
Iflrinoon an I I vening
The Cronnd« nrllilanllv llliuninaird tv llrrtr-r i
, la i and Other I Ighi« '
IDMISSION Cd Ulil-DBLN -al
Ob 1 L 1 I - Il O S I I IE
ETfry-nnc U h mminff the rrfraln of thl« (hann 1
Inj cI<*»KTiplhf nun \#r i
THV s I li | \ r (HICK! N '
nr .uland oni aul\sp
ST hil DI Bl ICH
ACRI S ol I 11 I«! RI | M ICES.
orrN inoMípm to n t r
-.-III
THIS IITMINOON «nd THIS 111 NINO
INOTHMl < HI IT ITTHKTION
lill II CON Hil I II
I 1 TI rilling ar»! «|««vlar-ular ll»at Jenimry. .
MlsTtltlls of the I WIN »Ililli I) I
Oil!« UN TIILATRI Uni NT ti C1
DOUN INDUIT III Ml Till III MP« .
DREIML1ND BRA'S BAND ol 20 I MlFOilUMU, I
I Special lura lion I
Blhtlt »ni hill ITItll-s CIRCl«
1 A Full Compan» ol *11 Irtt elt.t Cin-ni 1 trtornwm,
l lill UllNtl TH KI 1)1111,

OTHER ITTRICT10NS BEING ERECTED
q-TuT mTi n n i "IfTL h e n
The Joyous »ml inlectlout Mirrh Song
«IHINil TIMI
scat Mng uhlslled bet to Ihe theatre emitir I
_-Tie Ige
GAIETY THEATRE
Manager JOE SOLOMONS
NO FREE LIST.
GAIETY VAUDEVILLE COMPANY.
LAST 4 NIGHTS of
MABEL WOODS and DENIS CARNEY.
Brilliant and Artistic Success of
DORIS BAKER
DORIS BAKER.
The Surprisingly Clever Dancing Series
Continued Triumph of
AMY SWIFT FRANK MELVIN
FRANK YORKE DOROTHY SWIFT
WINNIE BOND ARTHUR MORLEY
WILTON SWIFT FRED. IRELAND
JACK HAGAN GUS. HAYWARD
AND OUR OWN BIOGRAPH.
PRICES—2/, 1/, and 6d. Plan at Collin's.
MATINEE TO-MORROW.
"I DON'T KNOW, BUT I GUESS."
Miss Clara Clifton's heartily-rendered and heartily
accepted success in
"THE SPRING CHICKEN."
"PRINCE'S COURT." "PRINCE'S COURT."
"PRINCE'S COURT." "PRINCE'S COURT."
OPEN
AFTERNOON 2.30 EVENING 7.30
The Great Water Chute, with its Miniature
Niagara Waterfall.
The Sensation of the Season,
SHOOT THE CHUTES,
THE TOBOGGAN,
THE HELTER-SKELTER.
THE FUN FACTORY,
THE KATEENJAMMER CASTLE.
THE MAZE.
LINGARD'S FLYING MACHINE.
And Numerous Other Novelties.
THE BIOGRAPH, with its Latest Living Pictures
and Illustrated Songs,
Miss RUGBY BOOBLER.
Australia's Latest Mermaid.
Every Afternoon and Evening.
FREE. THE HALL OF VARIETIES. FREE
With Its Refined Vaudeville.
Afternoon 5 o'clock. Evening 10 o'clock.
JAPANESE TEA-HOUSE
Catering by the Chicago
and Winter Garden Management.
Full Brass and Regimental Bands,
Afternoon and Evening
The Grounds Brilliantly Illuminated by Electric
Lux, and Other Lights.
ADMISSION, 6d. CHILDREN, 3d.
"ROSALIE." "ROSALIE."
Everyone is humming the refrain of this charm-
ing descriptive number.
"THE SPRING CHICKEN."
DREAMLAND. DREAMLAND.
ST. KILDA BEACH.
5 ACRES of PLEASURE PALACES.
OPEN FROM 2 p.m. to 11 p.m.
THIS AFTERNOON and THIS EVENING,
ANOTHER GREAT ATTRACTION,
THE YUCON RIVER,
A Thrilling and Spectacular Boat Journey,
MYSTERIES of the UNSEEN WORLD,
GRECIAN THEATRE, MOUNT FUGI,
"DOWN AND OUT," BUMP THE BUMPS,
DREAMLAND BRASS BAND of 20 PERFORMERS.
Special Atraction.
BAKER and KILPATRIC'S CIRCUS
A Full Company of 22 First-Class Circus Performers,
APPEARING TWICE DAILY,
FREE. FREE.
Admission, from 2 p.m. to 11 p.m., 6d.; chil-
dren, 3d.
OTHER ATTRACTIONS BEING ERECTED.
"THE SPRING CHICKEN."
The joyous and infectious March Song.
"SPRING TIME,"
"was being whistled before the theatre emptied."
—The "Age."
Advertising (Advertising), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Tuesday 20 November 1906 [Issue No.18,828] page 1 2017-05-23 16:23 tive
AXUSE-UUITS.
ITS GORRINGF S J.ECKLACE
HtDNFSDAl MIVtIIBFR 21»t at 2 p m
I AST MATlNFt of
lins noiiiiiNot s nickiacf
BINOESS'S THEATRE
lattice. .. ,. Mr Herbert Flemming
Butine«« Manager. Il b Hr»cr
Advance. Manager .. .. .. .. Claude 11 »Miallo
THE BROUOn FLEMMI"**a
COMFDY C01IPAN1
(Under Hie Direction ol Mr Herbert Hemming)
I 1ST «""ÍnIGHTS
01
uns roRRiNoi s \fciiTACf
MR» OOHIUNOl S NICK! ACt,
5II1S GORRINO! S NtCKLACt
(By Amngement willi Ills« Mar} Moorel
Which muet loaltHcly be »lthdraun otter 1 rldty
Next
IV THE IFR1 1IMG1IT OF ITS P0PULAR1T1
I 1ST 4 NIGHTS
0!
Mr HFRnFRl FLFIIMINd at C«pt Mowbny
Misa BFATniCh DM a« .. Mi-a. Gornnge
Mr« BROUGH . .____.. . Mri Jardine
pitlSCESS'l THL1TRL
SATORD11 \FxH\"nO!FMDIR N
Rcvlial for a I Imltcd Number ol Nighli Only,
in response to numérota» request«
Dil II 1ht S lATltNT
DR li Iht S PITH NT
By II Ciytr Mackay and Robert Ord
Box plan at Allan « Mcnzlet, and the Grand
Day lateral Palmer a.
Prices as_u_ial_
?yOURL M1«SING 1 GOOD THING
If you do not 1 ear Ccorge Latirl alng
1 II II ht D nirilT IN
Ind hi« oilier Jocular lit I It« in
T II T SPRING C II 1 O h F N
AMUSEMENTS.
MRS. GORRINGE'S NECKLACE.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21st, at 2 p.m.
LAST MATINEE of
MRS. GORRINGE'S NECKLACE.
PRINCESS'S THEATRE.
Lessee .. Mr. Herbert Flemming
Business Manager .. W. E. Bryer
Advance Manager .. Claude H. Whaite
THE BROUGH-FLEMMING
COMEDY COMPANY
(Under the Direction of Mr. Herbert Flemming),
LAST 4 NIGHTS
Of
MRS GORRINGE'S NECKLACE
MRS. GORRINGE'S NECKLACE
MRS. GORRINGE'S NECKLACE.
(By Arrangement with Miss Mary Moore).
Which must positively be withdrawn after Friday
Next,
IN THE VERY HEIGHT OF ITS POPULARITY.
LAST 4 NIGHTS
Of
MR. HERBERT FLEMMING as Capt. Mowbray,
Miss BEATRICE DAY as Mrs. Gorringe.
Mrs BROUGH as Mrs. Jardine.
PRINCESS'S THEATRE.
SATURDAY NEXT, NOVEMBER 24,
Revival, for a Limited Number of Nights Only,
In response to numerous requests,
DR. WAKE'S PATIENT,
DR. WAKE'S PATIENT.
By W. Gayer Mackay and Robert Ord.
Box-plan at Allan's, Menzies', and the Grand-
Day sale at Palmer's.
Prices as usual.
YOU'RE MISSING A GOOD THING
If you do not hear George Lauri sing
"I WALKED RIGHT IN,"
And his other jocular tit-bits in
"THE SPRING CHICKEN."
Advertising (Advertising), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Tuesday 20 November 1906 [Issue No.18,828] page 1 2017-05-23 16:02 Tie T lill 1N11N COI MINMI NT la« 11 THO
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( mm 1 MUMS lo eairy ot ihe II en«e ant
rendit I Ile »ueep lillies« i nder »«mc minite
ne t a« I r te» eral }eatt pi»!
I st si« ii ii ne for«aided II r gh anv I IR( I IS
Dill»! Ill tu doit g I ush et« ultl Hobart or
moiey nay be rcmlucd li tough any H INK In
Autlratitli
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tt llrlbouriif _
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IN F W I 8 8 t! h
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K 0 II it I A D 1
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KO IIIC1SC1 MIN tillOLU) lit II1TH0UT IT
Tonlalrt Ihe 1 «lorn meei ni Nearl} Itvery Rae»
hor». tor the I «it ltar In «11 Um Sute» anil .Stir
M"" intci^;
Pulll«l)*l I y II« I roi Helen of "The Argiu'
ai I Hie Auslrallilai at lu; (.*ollliu-iire«|
di let na) I« ol ttlned from new« «genla tell
lug'TI Irgul 01 TI « A ulralitltn' and «11
booktellei-i
liligi balli ii uki ever) li lug Urti ililli lo,
tarin Iel 1617_ _ _
f nil Wilt 8 Ul I Ul HTA1IU S "irölii»«-£
X MrllHiurne and llloonli rt. at. Albiilitord -
Mnrtt i Unit loutit irlict In Melbourne T«L
4100 __ _
KlIIISU hfcliOOl8. Mr'boirie ile« tram'
Train -I rolhlrncy any iget hortet blcjele«
provllell ijcHiii 10/9_lelr|loi. «MM '_
Til II ~ II li II I IM K I N nTTTT,
Till 101(1
hltCIAIa TUIMs'tM lil of Irar.
A C0UII81 ot Ililli II8SON8
In Januar» Sen
I »r Trarhed «ti I Otlieit on llolldi}
Till UTI DID 171 COI I INS RTR1 l T
l()||«ill* ll«|ll.| llunl) _
pill Mt II llrstlral r»» Medical tOTÏÏ"Rîîrî,
if .,,l,l.î,,",. ./ -Ki ',' ,.M|U AlMiniler .luttra
Han I nihill i« 49 1 lltalnth it Dili« for tinline
M
The TASMANIAN GOVERNMENT has AUTHO-
RISED the TRUSTEES of the estate of the late
GEORGE ADAMS to carry on the license and
conduct the sweep business under same manage-
ment as for several years past.
Parcels may be forwarded through any PARCELS
DELIVERY CO. doing business with Hobart, or
money may be remitted through any BANK in
Australasia.
TASMANIAN PARCELS EXPRESS DELIVERY
CO.—Booking fee, 3d. per parcel. 97 Queen-
st., Melbourne.
THE AUSTRALASIAN TURF REGISTER.
NEW ISSUE
For
SEASON 1905-6
NOW READY.
ORDER ONE AT ONCE.
NO RACING MAN SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT.
Contains the Performances of Nearly Every Race-
horse for the Past Year in all the States and New
Zealand.
PRICE, 29/.
Published by the Proprietors of "The Argus"
and "The Australasian," at 197 Collins-street
east.
Copies may be obtained from new agents sell-
ing "The Argus" or "The Australasian," and all
booksellers.
BURTON'S STABLES, Latrobe-st., city, supply
CARRIAGES, Waggonettes, Dr...., for wed-
dings, balls, picnics, everything first-class, low
tariff. Tel. 1687.
TAYLOR'S LIVERY STABLES, 48 Gipps-st., E.
Melbourne, and Bloomburg-st., Abbotsford.—
Finest plant; lowest prices in Melbourne. Te.
4199.
RIDING SCHOOL, S. Melbourne, Close Tram,
Train.—Proficiency, any age; horses, bicycles
provided; cycling, 10/6. Telephone .....
MR. ROBERT KENNEDY,
THE VOICE.
SPECIAL TERMS Till End of Year.
A COURSE of DAILY LESSONS
In January Next,
For Teachers and Others on Holiday.
THE STUDIO, 175 COLLINS-STREET
(Opposite Baptist Church),
PHYSICAL, Respiratory, Medical ...........
imported by Mr. and Miss Alexander, A......
lian-buildings, ... Elizabeth-st. Write for instruc-
tive pamphlet. ....
tive
Advertising (Advertising), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Tuesday 20 November 1906 [Issue No.18,828] page 1 2017-05-23 14:59 AMUSEMENTS_
miIEATRF BOYAL
Lejsiee Wr Bland Iloll
sub Lessee and Manager I1II.MA.M aNDI RSOV
POPUI Alt I RICES OF ADMISSION,
, ii "I ¡Id und Oí o Shilling
Early Doon from 7 till 7 SO Od. Lxtra
A Illllt DRAMATIC OFM
/ ASSLIttDlOIUIaARITl
CnOllDED FNTHLsTaSTIO AUDIENCES
MOUTH 1UTNFSS
II II HAM ANPFHSON S
StJItRIOR MFIXIDRAMATIC DOMESTIC
ATTRACTION
THF
POU FR
Tilt
OLOR!
TUF TO NIGHT
I OH I It
AND
Till
GLOR1
llrlllcn b. Charle« Darrell Author of «lien
I ondon Sleeps Ac Ac
IM1 HtSSIl I
INTERFSTINO
STRIhlNC
STIRTUNC
BRICHT
BRI E71
PATHETIC
PRETTlv
mr roiiFR and the olori
Stage Director Mr J H Nunn
Produced Under the Sole Supervlilon of
Il 1LIIAM ANDERSON
BOV PIAN at Allana
Day nie (Icketa ma} be obtained at the Royal
Confectioner} Cafe next to the theatre
Furnishings 11 S Nathin tllr-beth ttreet
_ Bii«ln<___U«Msçr JULIUS GRANT
rTUIF F1CF AT THF HINDOU
T~X\Ö «OF TÎÎf fÑ STINT HITS
Mis« Olive Morrell« Number«
OENTI1 and DUR 11TTLE BO! VEVT
Doon
bung vrith enormout «uceest« In
T H E S 1 ItllO G H I O h. EN
E
MAôNincENT rnoonuiuE.
\
INFIT SITlaRDIl NIGHT.
rOPLLAR ARTISTS
FOPILAR IRTISTS.
BI0CRM-1I PICTURES.
1IILSTRATFD «-ONC*.
HlMOnOLS ntCITITIONS.
In !!D el tie
sronrsMiN s mnfioient find
ONE «lilli ING 1DMITS EU lilli 111 IU
ON THE 01 It»
1 IIRIED PR(KR IMME 01 SPORTS.
Til O HL RDI F RICE.«
TUOltlRDLt It ICES.
_» i inns ri it rice.
1 IN II 01 Till Mil F II ILK
MN1ISOFIIFR1 RUT Hill Bt BIN
-i i nins «| hint n ice.
) HLITS
10 HIATs
Hill PROMIS lo He 1IMII1 of H e Lite
I II Hill! linOHNL (Mcgaiboie)
6 MNlI.s /
0 I IN li s
Doom pen * P m Con mrnce 5 p in
"y -/ >/ '/
. r j uniriiT
lion «sec Spoitiintn t Meeting
t-aONSLITITIOS«.
CON si ITITION«.
CONSLLTITIONN.
(t.eorge Idin t. II bill Taiminli )
i n «I Haï I a» I k N s w Dee ".)
lamiiTiNi NOTin
On all * ve*i t en rae » r n tiler Januar} I HX»
Ile T1*M1NI1N C0I1HNMLST STIMP Til
»till I* "I en e« h I Til MT and «1 en eirh
1U riCMT (Unit i ti« il.rrforr aid li ck
mirani» to tlclr ten Hlancei
AMUSEMENTS.
THEATRE ROYAL.
Lease .. Mr. B;..d H...
Sub Lessee and Manager, WILLIAM ANDERSON.
POPULAR PRICES OF ADMISSION,
3/, 2/, 1/6, and One Shilling.
Early Doors, from 7 till 7.30, 6d. Extra.
A RARE DRAMATIC GEM.
ASSURED POPULARITY.
CROWDED, ENTHUSIASTIC AUDIENCES
NIGHTLY WITNESS
WILLIAM ANDERSON'S
SUPERIOR MELODRAMATIC DOMESTIC
ATTRACTION.
THE
POWER
THE
GLORY.
TO NIGHT And 9 FOLLOWING EVENINGS.
THE POWER AND THE GLORY.
TO-NIGHT And 9 FOLLOWING EVENINGS.
Written by Charles, Darrell, Author of "When
London Sleeps," &c., &c.
IMPRESSIVE,
INTERESTING,
STRIKING,
STARTLING,
BRIGHT,
BREEZY,
PATHETIC,
PRETTY.
THE POWER AND THE GLORY.
Stage Director, Mr. J. M Nunn.
Produced Under the Sole Supervision of
WILLIAM ANDERSON.
BOX-PLAN at Allan's.
Day sale tickets may be obtained at the Royal
Confectionery Cafe, next to the threatre.
Furnishings by S. Nathan, Elizabeth-street.
Business Manager, JULIUS GRANT.
THE FACE AT THE WINDOW.
TWO OF THE INSTANT HITS.
Miss Olive Morrell's Numbers,
"GENTLY" and "DEAR LITTLE BOY NEXT
DOOR,"
Sung with enormous success in
"THE SPRING CHICKEN."
EXHIBITION BUILDING
MAGNIFICENT PROGRAMME.
NEXT SATURDAY NIGHT.
POPULAR ARTISTS
POPULAR ARTISTS.
BIOGRAPH PICTURES.
ILLUSTRATED SONGS.
HUMOROUS RECITATIONS.
In AID of the
SPORTSMEN'S BENEVOLENT FUND.
ONE SHILLING ADMITS EVERYWHERE.
ON THE OVAL,
A VARIED PROGRAMME OF SPORTS.
TWO HURDLE RACES.
TWO HURDLE RACES.
220 YARDS FLAT RACE.
FINAL OF THE MILE WALK.
FINALS OF EVERY RACE WILL BE RUN.
75 YARDS SPRINT RACE.
30 HEATS.
30 HEATS.
HALF PROFITS to the FAMILY of the Late
CHARLEY BROWNE (Megaphone).
6 FINALS.
6 FINALS.
Doors open 7 p.m. Commence 8 p.m.
1/. 1/. 1/.
E J. WRIGHT,
Hon. Sec. Sportsmen's Meeting.
TATTERSALL'S CONSULTATIONS.
TATTERSALL'S CONSULTATIONS.
TATTERSALL'S CONSULTATIONS.
George Adams, Hobart, Tasmania.)
NOW OPEN.
NEWCASTLE TATTERSALL'S CUP, run at New-
castle, N.S.W., Dec. 8, 50,000 subs., at5/2 each.
SUMMER CUP, run at Randwick, N.S.W., Dec. 26,
50,000 subs., at 5/2 each.
PERTH CUP, run at Perth, W.A. Dec. 29, 50,000
subs., at 5/2 each.
IMPORTANT NOTICE.
On all Sweeps on races run after January 1, 1905,
the TASMANIAN GOVERNMENT STAMP TAX
will be 2d. on each 5/ TICKET, and 4d. on each
10/ TICKET. Clients must, therefore, add these
amounts to their remittances.
Advertising (Advertising), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Tuesday 20 November 1906 [Issue No.18,828] page 1 2017-05-23 14:45 «TTTARRb VMIIOOI Hoi kin« lllier und/ and
Vi rorky brad r»; boating suit I alhlnr Ashing
Inlormitloi) becrrtiry Tomlin Assoelstlon
WMilli IITON - 'VIOINT4IN GRIND fern
guille« II«! lui; I Ililli I» iiuhnilkint ncencry;
I emlrr I »tllou H I'»)) leseo_
WTVIHll ItlXVN UNI Old Ina!. SiiHrlw'AC*"
>V tOMMOrtVIION tvrtllnil weik end boll
d4) II . lulim I I ' roll l*'l< !_- _
li,'MUH H'«'N- ~ Hourn -Coml Hnlile AC
W IDMMODVIION I r visllur« milk, ttcnu
lovil) «cent r) I tun« in »lent«_MImí» Noir
WVIIIIIHIIDN VI nari) h use - lorn'»»!»«-)*
ACCOMMDDVIION firm irtsliiie. »porting
o| «tatt n term« mo lenli __«w. Usher
TÏ700DIND, KKATINÛ8IIOT!lT-lli-irîr»"ii
\V ACCOMMODATION for (ourlsti ind vlsllorii
Irilm mil when id«li-I
WOODIMl-Ihtl Uinll) lill MhKNi-IFf*,
II luiki kJtl i gi is« launs IVaggonel« iiicoli
trlln» when odvlstal) pilj I ttlc|l»iiie
.iirAllltNAMIIOOU - Obi IS VIHl, ir»re»t
VV house bwrli in I ballin term* liiosltrilc,
iitr) ««mt.lt L Kitu
WARRNAMBOOL. Hopkins River, sandy and
rocky beaches; boating, surf bathing, fishing,
Information Secretary, Tourists' Association.
WARBURTON. — "MOUNTAIN GRAND," fern
gullies, fishing, billiards, magnificent scenery;
premier position. B. Davy, lessee.
WARBURTON LINE. Olindavale.—Superior AC-
COMMODATION, excellent week-end holi-
day. H. England, "Phœnix-park."
WARBURTON, "Elouera,"—Comfortable AC-
COMMODATION for visitors; milk, cream,
lovely scenery; terms moderate. Misses Near.
WARBURTON, Waverly-house. — Comfortable
ACCOMMODATION, farm produce, sporting,
op. station; terms moderate. Mrs. Fisher.
WOODEND, KEATING'S HOTEL. —First-class
ACCOMMODATION for tourists and visitors,
trains met when advised.
WOODEND.—Ideal Family Hotel. M'KEN????
large garden, grass lawns. Waggonette meets
trains when advised; petrol, telephone.
WARRNAMBOOL. — OCEAN VIEW, .......
house, beach and baths; terms moderate,
every comfort. E. .......
Advertising (Advertising), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Tuesday 20 November 1906 [Issue No.18,828] page 1 2017-05-23 09:10 rivil'i'l VV lill 114 mils! ,lo to Is-viH,
X n ti i i lo t ji I all iii u eili Irr tarli! lill
11 I! Mr.s, i _ <" |
ÏQIIQI! VV COHI1 1414(1 - lomfortable
AIXOMMUimiON larg, r s ni« (no minutes I
(nut IsmiI li ter«! 4 M loll.lt _ [
niCHII VNl I 111)1 si lia larri Obi, - All
I. 11 »I II allh ai I Hull la) Itl-sORl b, m
tallis let ni«. VV rile lor «arl Mr». Cameron
Milli UM INtil III! IKHIM »P Ullin««!- ...
I (on tallon gil t frr s iisld ni I Mountain
llsiotl« al«i Ta.iui lui lbs. tis _
VICTORI V~ COIK ! I VI VC! Colllns-st .
Tram« I la« Ile door; el« Irlo light night
porter isirlv Ir-akfisl G Walker Manager
WINI I H "Inn l-l I ROOMS ir «mall Citieige
Half moon Hj Ulai kio k I«, I O , Saul
lingham
li TA MI D mli Deren I r f r I «rli five (on
Willoi Hi) VI KIMVIIHIVIION lvuitr)or«ra
.Ile isi I piiiluilJi» J« linn-1 I urlsl. Rurtau
111 t ullin« »t _
TORQUAY.—MELBA-HOUSE, close to beach,
every comfort and attention; winter tariff till
Dec. 15. Mrs. Dutson.
TORQUAY COFFEE PALACE. — Comfortable
ACCOMMODATION; large rooms; two minutes
from beach; moderate. A. M. Follett.
"TOOLANGI-HOUSE," Via Yarra Glen. — An
Ideal Health and Holiday RESORT, in moun-
tains; tennis. Write for card. Mrs. Cameron.
TOURIST INQUIRY ROOM, 237 Collins-st.—In-
formation given free, Seaside and Mountain
Resorts, also Tasmanian Resorts.
VICTORIA COFFEE PALACE, Collins-st.—
Trams pass the door; electric light; night
porter; early breakfast. G. Walker, manager.
WANTED, Furnished ROOMS or small Cottage,
Half-Moon Bay, Blackrock. Lex. P.O., Sand-
ringham.
WANTED, early December, for party five (one
month), ACCOMMODATION, country or sea-
side. Send particulars Lemme's Tourists' Bureau,
341 Collins-st.
Advertising (Advertising), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Tuesday 20 November 1906 [Issue No.18,828] page 1 2017-05-22 16:55 UOTELST SEASIDE RESORTS, *e. '
RENNISON s IIOTLU Moicllslloe (Tri 1" Chel
tri I Ji ) -Ho! i-ld »ca laths st door M
VV Cr mann
Rill I sll V 1 VIIM Tem) Iel ir Uriel t, Via
Held Us n. II »ti k ni li g shcsillii, or
char! | l-l 0 li-e I iv s « s k en I s/_
lill IIMONII Hill s| s»., , Hie! mond 4ml
JA lulo fr l rt tutktll I s i oderat
larT _ _ _
SV«SVI-iiV»ll t s| Sa, fo-Pk !enl VC I
taiMllOUVIIl N l r vt.it . c Ural position '
Ijrre roetns o« ir | I jj ___VV J i »_,
S VNIIIIINI II 4M IBU »I Clotc »Uti.»- Beach
Hall «.-Tennis tlllurdi telepho e J 0.
Mairligl n II . is manaker
VNIIIIINI II4M ItosJrnlllr Laplanile -
S
llilconi rooms ,,4r nailon coll links,
beach I all hi. 1st Tri K11 llr*! ton _
S VNIIIIINI II 4M ( I 4llllVIVI(l|)4TI()N (r
ki»! li I I»« I k(|l TI
11k. rr r Ibu II ji I I j I ile_
esillllllNTll tllUINTVI Hill«! I « ei|srn (r
0 4i.il ' > l»r J mi hIjiI i len i« I ol
ul I i I r r .an Mr. Wall« (lite «su-
int II t 1) _
S~ ORRI NTO-11 IK «TI I I1IN1ININT4L not»
e>l»n or »c4t i tarin titi Nina» cm reslutcd
»cale _
SORlllNTO-lle IHIT1I CONTINFNTVI re
(tl.rral r 11«; I lilllscourl The lead I
Irej. fan iii I 1 I _ I
S ORRI Nil, ( i 4ni ~Si|»-rinr 4CCOMMODV
rlllN li lier» il l lid (mlllon lltw bl) ,
tarin n »el rate )l « t Ink _
ejoiilll nth )i0 i v .ta -lb»ti.4.t vcCovT
k5 MODVTION |Jik Iji I« i|p..ltc pbr tailr-l
ir I rale J Ms, It i I
SOUR! NTO U I le I o im- Mj.i Iden |" Po«l
ti t merl k i k It v -I 4 eli 11 411 (141)10 i
HVTKiN vi li . urti i I ni W llurl.i
SUItHI NTH -V II I 4- ( me.» limmen» all1
U,-e ri|ll i.l In lU Unie (or Hall.
Mirlarían lu TI l|«
cailRIIINTt) VVI sj | || 4 mu s| , , p,"|(|
?_) III4I Vl«lhll« l 1 s I tarin lill (1li,l
His lill r« Mr < r I r
S ORRI NTH lill I II l lUrk II a h-4(
tllMMt li VI I 1 « k »» »j! «ran I ill Ii g
1 Illunie Is» VII i
4JUIH1I NTH 1 J I rill I lill s|« v, an I
ITS 1 l » A 4ll I -* r-11i i «I I poilllins list«
.it II I li«
(¿ORRI NI.)
10 l e s n s 4
THIN t, » I I I I l ! ni tariff 4 I III. ,
(-¡ORRI Nlll Illili s , ,| ,,J r , , ,, I
is") «_ i I VI I la. tari late ( rat el Ilote I
lil eel« lill II fs
|__Oltlll NTH Iel v s,| HI VKtlVIMOIlv .
?"h II IN uv ii k k li i (.r u is eitel Uni
i n lill* I ni. I ni I lurk
Cullin N lu sU« , n« 4 l v,» u I t uT*
J") ki |ll I li I » I V I 1411 t lill 4
4 li .1 I I M II I
ST I IbOV-VVii (Ole« CIOIICI HOTFIs Op
Hall k4) stud Va ! le« -. liles 41 ART I
Ml NTs !«<xu l U ilicet boanlir«. iliirgei rcsson I
«lie
ST KIIDV-H4MITON II01S1. Uta Corle«
lillee - 4110MMUD41ION- hoarders, »Is!
tors; nar min Iran beith. VV G II) Il op, j
n anager Tel 11 VV _
ejT IkllDV s( Util s VlirolHV IIDTlT
r*) (ltp.1 Jil le« talle lum walk
llr ugh I oat lb k | l'r Jiil.it I |
Il H IIOTII, titry c
_ . sit! Ing teluna 1 own cowi| !
»Inter tarli! mull De -euler _ _» I
HOTELS, SEASIDE RESORTS, &c.
RENNISON'S HOTEL, Mordialloc (Tel. 12, Chel-
tenham). Hot, cold sea baths at door. M.
W. Gromann.
RIVERSLEA FARM, Templestowe Heights. Via
Heidelberg. Boating, fishing, shooting, or-
chard, piano, free drives; weekend, 8/.
RICHMOND-HOUSE, Swan-st., Richmond, 4min.
train from city, every convenience; moderate
tariff.
SASSAFRAS-HOUSE, Sassafras.—Excellent AC-
COMMODATION for visitors, central position,
large rooms; own trap, bath. W. Jones.
SANDRINGHAM-HOUSE, Close Station, Beach,
Baths.—Tennis, billiards, telephone. J. C.
Warrington Rogers, manager.
SANDRINGHAM, "Rosherville," Esplanade. —
Balcony ROOMS, near station, golf links,
beach, bathing-box. Tel. 304, Brighton.
SANDRINGHAM, Good ACCOMMODATION for
visitors, 1 minute beach; cow kept. The
Pines, corner Bamfield and Beach rds.
SORRENTO ORIENTAL-HOUSE now open for
visitors, superior accommodation; terms mode-
rate. Under management Mrs. Watts (late Sor-
rento Hotel).
SORRENTO.—The HOTEL CONTINENTAL, now
open for season, tariff till Xmas on reduced
scale.
SORRENTO.—The HOTEL CONTINENTAL; re-
frigerator, ice plant, tennis court. The lead-
ing family hotel.
SORRENTO, Glen-Arm.—Superior ACCOMMODA-
TION visitors, splendid position, view bay;
tariff moderate. Mrs. Clark.
SORRENTO, Monte-Vista.—First-class ACCOM-
MODATION, park lands, opposite pier; tariff
moderate. J. Skelton.
SORRENTO, Lonsdale-house, Magnificent Posi-
tion, Overlooking Bay.—Excellent ACCOMMO-
DATION visitors; tariff moderate. W. Hurley.
SORRENTO.—VILLAS, Cottages, Apartments, all
descriptions; lowest rentals. Write for lists.
Macfarlan, late Thorpe.
SORRENTO, WESTELLA-HOUSE, now open RE-
CEIVE VISITORS; reduced tariff till Christ-
mas; letters. Mrs. Croker.
SORRENTO, "Whitehall," on Back Beach.—AC-
COMMODATE 100 guests; safe ocean bathing;
billiards. Jas. Allen.
SORRENTO, Portsea, Furnished HOUSES, Apart-
ments, &c., all descriptions and positions; lists
sent. Head, grocer, Sorrento.
SORRENTO, "ANTRIM," situated midway be-
tween ocean and bay, superior ACCOMMODA-
TION, good table; moderate tariff. A. Ellis.
SORRENTO HOTEL, Sorrento, under new man-
agement. Miss J. Lombard, late Grand Hotel,
Queenscliff, licensee.
SORRENTO, Kinver. Splendid ACCOMMODA-
TION, overlooking pier, grounds extending
next baths; terms moderate. J. Dark.
SORRENTO.—Six-roomed, beach; 5-roomed, tram-
way; piano, bathing-box. Grant, "Clutha,"
Vale-st., East Melbourne.
ST. KILDA.—Wimpole's GEORGE HOTEL, Op.
Railway Station, Sea View.—Suites APART-
MENTS vacant, families, boarders; charges reason-
able.
ST. KILDA—HAMPTON-HOUSE, Late Coffee
Palace. — ACCOMMODATION boarders, visi-
tors; near train, tram, beach. W. G. Hyslop,
manager. Tel. 10, W.
ST. KILDA.—STARR'S VICTORIA HOTEL,
Clyde-st., 3 minutes cable tram; walk
through hoarding op. "Dreamland."
TORQUAY.—TASSELL'S HOTEL; every comfort
for visitors; bathing, tennis; own cows;
winter tariff until December.
Advertising (Advertising), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Tuesday 20 November 1906 [Issue No.18,828] page 1 2017-05-22 16:39 I I I G II T S 01 LONDON
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On !!e«lnr«dais commencing lilli Noicmber
He llctnrian Rallna « Militan Ban 1 40 per
fomers lill give Instrumental C «a «rrts In tie
nek rituida Hrigl ton Beirh fron 8 till 10
Bio co| o liews I) lol nson aid Gil son s
"II «rope.
f res f roi i Mellio into and ntl rr stations - 1 irst
leclric Bl «rope wlllls«sln»n s,-t|_i rrt
elans rsl seceti 1 class es1 Trains lease Min
1er» street ii "0 ""ii "ii in!s| m and re
tira (rom Brighton lleach at 020 Boo 10 i. and
later_
MIHI CONSJRV 4TORHVI of ML-IC
J MILliOLHNI
Vlher! sir«*! l-ast Melbourne
Director I rofc.sor I IV U M MIMI VLI-1! VU
Hill DI IIS ol 1NV1TVTIONS to Ile STl DFNTs
KNOUT on Nolcml r 0 In t e Mell» u
T n I Jil are ter lil led li at li t BON PI VN o| em
TI lillrnn; Di lock at All in s Collins tr el
HINST I! lllTl NI »t- rctJr
IIHIUKIIMONK sn(lFT!~Ittll! VRSVLT"
J i g1! V.sembl lill uiial lue 11 li al
t n Un icqueste i_ II I Otl_r Ho *-er
1)1111 II VIIMOMO S(ic*-HT! - Vnrual VIJITINC
J- (I in t Nomitatinn« f otho-ls-irers l st
Is 1 »kr I to ni.11 II J clcln- lion s«?c_
ST hill)! CltlChlTl HOI Ntl - To mel t
(pen air (ONCIIIT (real spanish Hill
I iel! VisjI and instrumental music 4dn I«- -
el /
al and Instrumental music Idnits-lon
C1 _ __
4-JT hil D4 (ItlCblTI ROI NI) - To nlohT
)~ 0,"n4ir (ONCIIIT treat s «nish Hull
I k1 i VuvjI and lu-trumtntal in_»ic Ad ils ion
(«I __ _ __
T.IRll (DNCHIT lo SJVMI-N To n . t Vi
J i en s Intitule Rouse »I lort Melbourne
Mlsx I allerson and Mrs ( recnou.l _
It I I T li 4 1 I II s VI 4 N 4V O It h re
Dad IO am to 10 | n
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llr lill« «|l Its of Till I) VI Nil )ss VI VI) VIVS
1)1 I It VD) It MlltlON (RILI) 1 DM VHDs 1(1
I t uti Inn n 1 r» VI llsiurn i« n 1er
,11«. i r .. j r n | tis f! r Ir I cas fj Uni ». I r
in al 1ng at I li-|»l licit I Di»lile
Ile (j t ! »ei r Gat cio*d« are still tlickitig'
IJtli i l i li o isi ds of II e I 111 l lill n r» | Uli I
II l f tils clti ami > ii uri»! lair set to pn
H_(__MV(J_
a lill 4QIARHM Ml I BOL RM- LMIlUITlOh '
upen Dill. 10 a m (o j p m
AT " j." m - Omi ire Aquarium Bnl
4T1 p n -Tral ej ««4!» and «ea Lions. 1
A1 3 in |sm-steel Ice! ate .) loo "tall
ATO. -! n -LI nin Mnvlts; I cturcs
4T " I | m -XI leal Noicllit» I
Al 4 IO p m - «selections 4q arium Rand
AT4U1 11-I ni pie M uleal 1 ntl rta nraenL
AT 4 -j 1 in -I I -on Moi il g I li ! ure« I
4TluO| n S Irrt ion 4 man in Rand.
_4DMIS»U)N 1/ ti li ben 0.1_
ZOOIXV H VL-< VRDINS noval park - T.ke I
I lir-lstl »t cet II al Tram ar d ask (or transfer '
to Gardms or nab (No 3 ilatf-ui) Dinden
llrect 114 sjvei cer »treel anl bca-k lo lto)4l park.
Admission tai c1 li Iren 3d »choots hall price j
.lt| I ii 1 Mjolor Train i'nulci R Jos.
Bv _
TI e VNNl V! snow f als ee so, 1 le tike« 1 la -c '
Til MORIIOIV i 1 t ii I I li nliii li » Ir
VI,Hw mr Hallam al I int r eeliat stall us n I
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"DELIGHTS OF LONDON,"
A screaming, true-to-life interpolation, cleverly
done by Mr. George Lauri and Miss Florence
Young is
"THE SPRING CHICKEN."
BAND CONCERTS at BRIGHTON BEACH.
On Wednesdays, commencing 14th November,
the Victorian Railways Military Band, 40 per-
formers, will give Instrumental Concerts in the
new rotunda, Brighton Beach, from 8 till 10
p.m. Bioscope views by Johnson and Gibson's
Electric Bioscope, will be shown. Special return
fares from Melbourne and other stations:—First-
class, 9d.; second-class, 6d. Trains leave Flin-
ders-street at 7.0, 7.20, 7.40, and 8 p.m., and re-
turn from Brighton Beach at 9.20, 9.55, 10.22, and
later.
THE CONSERVATORIUM OF MUSIC,
MELBOURNE.
Albert-street, East Melbourne.
Director: Professor G. W. L. MARSHALL-HALL.
HOLDERS OF INVITATIONS to the STUDENTS'
CONCERT, on November 26, in the Melbourne
Town-hall, are reminded that the BOX PLAN opens
This Morning, 9 o'clock, at Allan's, Collins-street.
ERNEST HARTUNG, Secretary.
PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY. —REHEARSAL To-
night, Assembly-hall, usual time. Full at-
tendance requested. R. J. Oehr, Hon. Sec.
PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY.—Annual MEETING
27th inst. Nominations of office-bearers must
be lodged to-night. R. J. Oehr, hon. sec.
ST. KILDA CRICKET GROUND. — To-night,
Open-air CONCERT. Great Spanish Bull
Fight. Vocal and instrumental music. Admission,
6d.
ST. KILDA CRICKET GROUND. — To-night,
Open-air CONCERT. Great Spanish Bull
Fight. Vocal and instrumental music. Admission,
6d.
FREE CONCERT to SEAMEN To-night. Sea-
men's Institute, Rouse-st., Port Melbourne,
by Miss Patterson and Mrs. Greenough.
KREITMAYER'S WAXWORKS
Receptions Daily, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Who in all Australia is unacquainted with the
thrilling exploits of THE DAUNTLESS MALE MAS-
QUERADER, MARION (BILL) EDWARDS? Yet
how many have seen her? Melbourne, upon her
discovery, was promptly afforded easy facilities for
interviewing, and responded generously. Despite
the fact, however, that crowds are still flocking
daily, many thousands of the half-million popula-
tion of this city and suburbs have yet to pay
HOMAGE.
THE AQUARIUM, MELBOURNE EXHIBITION.
Open Daily, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
AT 2.55 p.m.—Overture, Aquarium Band
AT 3 p.m.—Trained Seals and Sea Lions.
AT 3.10 p.m.—Steeplechase by the Seals.
AT 3.20 p.m.—Edison Moving Pictures.
AT 3.45 p.m.—Musical Novelties.
AT 4.10 p.m.—Selections, Aquarium Band.
AT 4.15 p.m.—Unique Musical Entertainment.
AT 4.35 p.m.—Edison Moving Pictures.
AT 4.50 p.m.—Selection, Aquarium Band.
ADMISSION, 1/; Children, 6d.
ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS, Royal-park. — Take
Elizabeth-street Red Tram, and ask for transfer
to Gardens; or train (No. 3 platform), Flinders-
street via Spencer-street, and book to Royal-park.
Admission, 6d.; children, 3d.; schools half-price.
Elephant, Motor Train, Donkey Rides.
BALLAN and PENTLAND HILLS A. and P.
SOCIETY.
The ANNUAL SHOW of above society takes place
TO-MORROW (21st inst.). Excursion fares from
Melbourne, Ballarat, and intermediate stations on
20th, and for trains due at Ballan before 1 p.m.
on 21st. Splendid entries. Good show as-
sured.
C. M'LENNAN, Sec.
Advertising (Advertising), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Tuesday 20 November 1906 [Issue No.18,828] page 1 2017-05-21 14:32 AMÜSEMENTS
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OPERA HOUSE.
TO-MORROW (WEDNESDAY) AFTERNOON.
At 2.30,
MATINEE.
MATINEE.
OPERA HOUSE.
Sole Proprietor and Manager, Mr. Harry Rickards.
Mr HARRY RICKARDS'S
NEW TIVOLI VAUDEVILLE SPECIALTY
COMPANY.
ANOTHER STAR ENGAGEMENT.
RECALLED and RECALLED.
Direct from London per R.M.S. Ophir, Under
Special Engagement,
From the Alhambra and Palace Theatres,
London,
The King of Clubs,
SELBO.
Tie World's Greatest Club Juggler and Plate-
ALF. CHESTER - London's Comedian.
LES CABIACS - Parisian Acrobats.
DUNCAN and GODFREY,
MINNIE DUNCAN and GODFREY, ARTHUR
DUNCAN and GODFREY.
London's Clver Coster Sketch Artists.
KELLY and AGNES,
STEWART and LORRAINE, TOM DAWSON,
Myra HAMMOND and WYATT, Alice
The Sandow Girls.
THE GAUMONT CHRONOPHONE,
The Talking, Singing, and Musical Moving
Picture Machine.
MAUD FANING,
FREDA NEIMAN, ARTHUR ELLIOTT,
CHARLES HOWARD, ALF. LAWTON,
TED. KALMAN,
ELSIE BROWN, DAISY SILVESTER,
The Greatest Mechanical Puzzle of the Period,
LA MOTO GIRL
LA MOTO GIRL
LA MOTO GIRL
LA MOTO GIRL.
A Mystifying Novelty, Surpassing in Enigmatic and
Surprising Interest,
IS SHE ALIVE?
Prices as usual. Plan at Allan's.
Business Manager, FRED AYDON.

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