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  • article
  • advertising
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  • xna, John Haynes and J.F. Archibald, 1887-05-14
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Title
  • Advertising (14 May 1887)
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  • The bulletin., v.7, no.0380, 1887-05-14 (ISSN: 0007-4039)
Published
  • xna, John Haynes and J.F. Archibald, 1887-05-14
Physical Description
  • 3107 words
  • article
  • advertising
  • Journals
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  • The bulletin.
  • Vol. 7 No. 0380 (14 May 1887)
  • John Ryan Comic Collection (Specific issues).
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  • M R. LOCKE RICHARDSON. FIRST APPEARANCE IN SYDNEY of the Eminent Reciter. WEDNESDAY NEXT, 18th MAY. Under the patronage and in the presence of His Excellency the Governor, THE RIGHT HON. LORD CARRINGTON, G.C.M.G., LADY CARRINGTON, and Suite. The initial performance will he Dickens’ CHRISM AS CAROL. The course of recitals will he held at the Y.M.C. A. HALL, the most central, commodious, and comfortable hall in wjdney. Prices —Is , , and 2s. Box plan and full particulars at Nicholson’s. Manager, L. J. LOHR. FIREWORKS FIREWORKS FIREWORKS! The Cheapest Place to buy JUBILEE FIREWORKS Is LITTLE HILL’S BIG SHOP, 793 George-street. Hill’s Half-crown Parcels are simply Surprising. Is , 2s. 6d., 55., 10s., Jubilee Packets forwarded on receipt of Stamps or P.O Order. No. 1 Extra Strong Chinese Guns, Is. 6d. per dozen bundles. No. 1 Extra Strong Red Packet Crackers, 2s. Id. per box. BARB’S” GRAND CONSULTATION on the BIRTHDAY CUP, run May 21th, 1887. 6000 members, each 10s First horse, £lOOO ; 2nd, £3OO ; 3rd. £2OO. Starters, £2OO ; Non-starters, £3OO, divided amongst them Cash Awards— -5 at £5O, 10 at £25. 20 at £lO, 20 at £5 80 at £2 10s. each. Early application is requested, ai d please l’egister letters to ensure safe delivery, and enclose two stamped addressed envelopes for reply and result. ‘'BARB,” care of T. G Green Guildhall Hotel, Castlereagh street, Sydney. The Melbourne Cup of £20,000, is oho opern First horse, £lO,OOO. QEMENT, “ LIGHTHOUSE BRAND,’ Manufactured by the LONDON PORTLAND CEMENT COMPANY, LIMITED, Successors to the original Firms of J. G. GOATLING and Co ,and GOSTLING and Co. LIMITED. And the SOLE PROPRIETORS Of Their “ Marks,” D. F. WATSON, 51 Chancery lane, Melbourne Sole Agent. THE NEW SOUTH WALES PROPERTY INVESTMENT COMPANY (LIMITED). •Capital, £lOO,OOO. Allow Interest as follows: —SEVEN PER CENT on fixed deposits for 12 months; FIVE PER CENT, and UPWARDS for shorter periods; FIVE PEE CENT, on sums from £1 to £5O In the Savings Bank Rranoh. Payable on demand. Offices. 1 Park-st THO 3. HOLDERNESS, Acting Manager. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. 674 George Street, 674 BRICKFIELD HILL, SYDNEY, Is the Only Address of the MISIC&​L lISTMEIT DIRECT SUE PLY ASSOCIATION, With the Largest, Finest, and most Superb Assort- ment of all kinds of Musical Instruments and Fittings ever seen in the Southern Hemisphere, From a JEW’S HARP to a CHURCH ORGAN, Direct from the European manufacturers to the Australian consumer. 4/​6, 5/​6, 7/​6, 9/​6. 10/​6, 12/​6, 15/​-, 17/​6, 21/​-, 25/​-, 30/​-, 35/​-, 40/​-, up to £l5. Speciality : Steel noted Rosewood Concertina in box with key... ... ... 35/​- Splendid Organ toned Concertina, in box with key... ... ...21/​- Please say that you saw this in The Bulletin. WE WILL SELL TO YOU 10,000 ARTICLES DURING THIS SEASON AT SUCH REASONABLE RATES THAT Wit WILL ECLIPSE ALL PREVIOUS EFFORTS. A visit requested. HORDERN BROTHERS, 211. Pitt-street. A WONDERFUL MEDICINE. BEECHAM’S PILLS PATENT PILLS. Are admitted by thou- sands to be worth a Guinea a Box for bilious and nervous disorders, such as wind and pain in the stomach, sick headaehe, giddiness, fulness and swelling after meals, dizziness and drowsiness, cold chibs, flushings of heat, loss of appetite, short- ness of breath, costive- ness,scurvy, blotches on the skin,disturbed sleep, frightful dreams,and afl nervous and trembling sensations, &​c. The first dose will give relief in s twenty minutes. This is no fiction, for they have done it in thousands of cases. Every sufferer ia earnestly invited to try one box of these Pills, and they will be acknowledged to be WORTH A GUINEA A BOX. For females of all ages these Pills are invaluable, as a few doses of them carry off all gross humours, open all obstructions, and bring about all that is required. No female should be without them. There is no medicine to be found to equal BEECH AM’S PILL-S for removing any obstruction or irregularity of the system. If taken according to the directiona given with each box they will soon restore females of all ages to sound and robust health. For a weak stomach, impaired digestion and all disorders of the liver, they act like “ MAGIC,” and a few doses will be found to work wonders upon the most important organs of the human machine. They strengthen the whole muscular system, restore the long-lost complexion, bring back the keen edge of appetite, and arouse into action with the ROSEBUD of health the whole physical energy of the human frame. These are “ FACTS ” admitted by thousands embracing all classes of society; and one of the best guarantees to the nervous and debilitated is, Beecham’s Pills have the largest sale of any patent medicine in the world. BEECHAM’S MAGIC COUGH PILLS. As a remedy for Coughs in general, Asthma, Diffi- culty in Breathing, Shortness of Breath, Tightness and Oppression of the Chest, Yfheezing, &​e., these Pills stand unrivalled; and any one labouring under any of the above complaints need only try One Box to prove that they are the best ever offered to the public for Asthmatic and Consumptive Coughs, Hoarseness, and Oppression of the Chest. They speedily remove that sense of oppression and difficulty of breathing which nightly depive the patient of rest. They give almost instant relief and comfort to those afflicted with the above distressing and, when neg- lected, dangerous complaints. Let any person troubled with any of the above complaints give Beecham’s Cough Pills a trial. The most violent Cough will in a short time be removed. Caution.— The public are requested to notice that the words “ Beecham’s Pills, Sb. Helens,” are on the Government Stamp affixed to each box of the Pills, If not on they are a forgery. Prepare ! only and sold wholesale and retail by the proprietor, T. Beecham, Chemist, St. Helens, Lancashire, England, in boxes at Is. ljd. and 2s. 9d. each. —Sold by all Druggists and Patent Medicine Dealers throughout the Colonies. N.B.—Full directions are given with each box. Theatre KOI At.. Under the Direction of Messrs. Williamson, Gamer, and Musgrove Lessee, Mr, Sam Lazar. THURSDAY and FBI DAY, May lfi and 13. VICEREGAL COMMiND NIGHT. LUCKEZIA BORGIA. LUCREZiA BORGIA. Prices—Dress Circle, 7s. 6d.; Orchestra Stalls. Ss,; Stalls, 4s ; Family Circle. 2a. Alhambra music hall. George-street, Haymarket. Proprietor and Manager Mr. Fbank Smith. B isiness and Stage Manager ... Mr. Edwin Shipp. Minstrel Shows come and go, but we go on for ever. CONGRESS SAYS WHAT* THAT TH.S SHOW IS THE RINGING RECORD OF A GREAT SUCCESS. THE BEST ON EARTH WHERE? Every Evening you will see a pymamid of novelty, and hear an avalanche of laughter AND A NEW WORLD OF FUN IN THIS BANQUET STILL PRS-SIDED OVER by our S 3 CARVERS 33 Prices for this Banquet Orchestra Chairs. 2a ; Sta.ls. Is; Balcony, 6d. Grand Sacred and Classical Concert every SUNDAY EVENING, at 7.30. HOUSE. E W OPERA Under the Management of Mr. B. N. Jones. Immense eucreis of GRATTAN R GG3 MAGGIE KNIGHT and FIRST CL AS 3 COMPANY. By Arrangement with Mr. CHAS. M’MAHON. RITKRION THEATRE. Sole Lessee and Prop ietor . Mr. John Solomon. L VST THREE NIGHTS of The IDOL of SYDNEY PL AYGOER 3 , MIS 3 CAKRK SWAIN Mls j CARRIE SWAIN LAST THREE NIGHTS of TaE REIGNING ATTRACTION, THE MINER’S DAUGH i ER. MONDAY, MAY 16,—TOPSY. Admission—.is., 3i , 25., Is Box plan at Nicholson’s. MONTY BROWN, Business Manager. Royal polytechnic, 490 george-st. Open Daily from 10 a.m. till 10 p.m. Just added, and now on view, a Monster ALLI- GATOR, 15ft in length, and weighing lSOOlbs. To >e s en ALIVE and swimming about in a Mam- noth Tank. We are also showing the GALATEA VIASTERY, or the Living Bust Also the Great Vlechanical Model of the BULLI COAL MINES, ihowing the miners at work, &​c. Engraving on Glass by F. P. Webb. Electrical and Mechanical Models'of all kinds, Curiop, &​c. Also just added, the Freaks of Nature—a SNAKE TURTLE, and i CAT with Eight Legs. Admission to the whole of the Exhibition, Is Children, 6d. TO-DAY TO-DAY. TO-DAY.—Grand re-open- ing for Season. -CARRINGTON SKATING dt«tv Ts-n^oberh.street, near Liverpool street- ACCORDEONS, at 7/​6, 10/​6, 12/​6. 15/​-, 17/​6,21/​-, 25/​-, 30/​-, 40/​-, to £6. Speciality : The miniature Melodeon, 21/​-, Ditto, oak, with steel notes, 42/​-. 10/​6 15/​-, 20/​-, 25 - Speciality : German Violin, with case, bow, and instruction book, 35/​-. ~ Old copy Violin, with case (lock and key), full mounted bow, extra set of strings, Tutor, &​c. £2 12s. 6d. J POGONOSKI, 705 l\, Sydney. CONCERTINAS ACCORDEONS VIOLINS, &​c. Strings sent by Post 705 GEORGE STREET. Department ot Publio Workß, Bydney, May 10 1887 Tenders for public works an.-i SUPPLIES. TENDERS are invited for the following PL BLIC WORKS and SUPPLIES. For full particulars see Government Gazette, a file of which is kept at every post-office in the colony. Tenderers may be in attendance when the Ten ders are opened, and the name of the successfu tenderer will be announced, if possible, before the duties of the Board have terminated. No tender will be taken into consideration unles- the terms of the notice are strictly complied with The Government does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender. 7£X ti >1 if« rOKSK'JV. at in-. 50 . 74 . 105 . i.W Mil* SlHufliUituix : Tim nrw " I.nv; " incnlo). With wuter key . £5 0 0 TlirmMi "Hi ynoldl/​'mode) Willi ilimlili' vvniiir kvjr . 9 0 II Till:ni «i •• FtfcjmoliliTHfcbo attachment-Carnot ... 12 0 II p uni I n W Kill Aii nil inn vari.-ihe, in -i.m k. ■ J |n>«:lnliy : Th« ft kny Cocoa D Concert Pint*. >v I Mi tlldo head, in case, itel Rncli»li make 40/​- Dates to whic' can be received at this office Nature ol Works and Supplies 171 VERYBODY \ ll SHOULD USKj PEMELL’S EXTRA SUPERFINE PLOITE! IT IS MADE FROM THE BEST WHEAT In a Mill replete with the newest an d most approved New Process Machinery, The PRICE is VERY LOW, and the QUALITY is GUARANTEED VERY GOOD. VICTORIA FLOUR MILL, RSI fiVDNIT. Construction of Wharf at Port I Macquarie Erection of Bridge over Kanga- | roo Creek, Road Binda to Biggs Krection of Bridge over Jilliby Creek near Wyong Creek Supply, &​c., of Steam Winches and Boiler, Dredge Hercules Waiting Shed, &​c., Tuggeran- gong, Goulburn-Cooma Rail- way Station Buildings Five Islands, and Waiting Sheds Awaba and Lake Macquarie, Gosford- i Wara'ah Railway Construction in Colony of 25 1 Passenger Engines ! Construction in Colony of 25 | Goods Engines | Alterations, &​c., Immigration Barracks Removal of Buildings near office of Inspector-General of Police, Philip-street Erection of Bridge over Forest, | road Deniliquin to Balranald | Supply of Gravel, 2000 cubic yards, at Qnipolly Railway 6 tation Erection of Bridge, Toongabbi Creek, old Windsor Road d ATKINSON’S ENGLISH PERFUMERY surpasses all ethers for its lasting and natural fragrance. Three Gold Mepals— PATHS, 1878, CALCUTTA, 1881, for pre-eminent excellence of quality. Atkinson’s celebrated EATJ DE COLOGNE. is unequalled for its strength and delightful fragrance. It far surpasses the numerous compounds sold under the same name. ATKINSON’S OLO BROWN WINDSOR SOAP. This world-renowned soap is superior to ail others lor cleansing and softening the skin. It is strongly and beautifully perfumed and very lasting in use. Of all Dealers, and of the Manufacturers — J &​ E ATKINSON, 24, Old Bond Street, London .Trade Mark—“ White ltose “ on“ Golden Tuesdav, May 17.' at 11 o’clock. 5/​6, 6/​6, 7/​6, 10/​6, 15/​-, 20/​-, 25/​-, up to £l2 123. Speciality: Nickel Banjo, Walter Howard Model, with 6 or 7 strings, as required, £3 3s Strings for Guitars, Violins, Harps, Zitras, Cellos, Banjos, Me, Bass, &​c, Speciality,: Post free, one set of Roman Violin Strings, 2s 6d. Brass and Drum and Fife Bands furnished throughout. NIGGER MINSTREL TROUPES FITTED OUT. All kinds of Instruments skilfully repaired at moderate charges. All instruments carefully packed and forwarded to any part of the colonies. Orders promptly attended to. P.O. Orders to be made payable to LOUIS SIMONSEN, 674 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY. Approaches and Bridge William- I Henry-street, Darling Harbour | Construction of Ironwork for Syphon, George-street West, I Contract 21, Sydney Sswerege Erection of Post and Telegraph I Office, Ballina Wednesday, May 25, at 11 o’clock. /​ THIS AFTERNOON \ THIS EVENING SKvTING 1 SKATING J Don’t Forget This Afternoon at 2 p.m., and This Evening, 7.30 p.m. Alliance Band Every Evening. Admis- sion 1 s.; skates Is. extra. Ladies, Is ; skates free. Gents’ monthly, One Guinea. Ladies’monthly, 15s. Robt. H. Don'n’Oli.v, Proprietor and Manager. WAT K IN &​ WATKIN, PROPER!’* AUCTIONEERS, VALUATORS. LAND AND ESTATE AGENTS, Have REMOVED to < tl:t p| T gritf irr. between Park A Ratlmrst-sts. Auction Sales in the Rooms, every’alternate Tuesday. Subdivision sales on Saturday Afternoons. IMPERIAL. HOTEL, BBISBANE. THE above has been known for some years as being the oldest family and squatting hotel in Queensland. There is a large drawing-room exclusively for ladies, without extra charge. Amongst other additions— lift and fire-proof stair- case, invaluable acquisition to hotels. First-class Chef , can cater in a very superior style. Electric bells every room. Suite of rooms for families. Hot and cold baths every floor. Large banqueting room. Sample room. C. H. DANTELLS, Proprietor. Delivering and Laying about 2| miles 15in. Pipes, Contractso, Sydney Water Supply Erection of Iron Sbed, Cowper Wharf Supply Railway of Sleepars Bridge over Gap Oeefc, road Kempsey to Armidale Tuesday, May 31, at 11 o’clock. Construction of Railway Line, Hornsby (Pearce’s corner) to St. Leonards Tuesday, June 7, at 11 o’clock. JOHN SUTHERLAND. JDr. SCOTT’S ELECTRIC CORSET. iSWki LIFE HEALTH ELEC4NCE OmSMTy These goods are sent out in a handsome box, accompanied by a silver-plated compass, by which the Electro-Magnetic influence can be tested. If you cannot get them in your town, we will send either kind to any port or railway station in New South Wales or Queensland, upon receipt of price named with Is 6d. added ; or will mail direct to any address upon receipt of stamp to cover full postage. The prices are as follows : A Corsets, log C Corsets, Bs. 6d. Abdominal Corsets, 15s. B Corsets, 10s 6d. D Corsets, 6s. td. NursiDg Corsets, Bs. 6d. Electric Belt, 15s. GENERAL APPLIANCES. XV t flnSr Brush, .Vs. N\t 'I M*If Brush !'*. hd. No lUirBruah. Tooth Ilnish. is. Od. No. i ilnlrltrtnh. rs. td. No. 4Hairßrush, lls. Gd Flesh Brush, 13s. 6d, Curlers, 2s. Gd. Insoles, 2s. Gd. All chemists or druggists, or direct post free Is. extra. Military Hair Brushes, Dr. Scott’s Electric pair in leather case, handsome goods, 30s. per set; post free £1 12s 6i. Dr. Scott’s Electric Horse Brush, for lameness and stiffness in horses, £1 Is.; post free £1 3s. 6d. PALL MALL ELECTRIC ASSOCIATION, 56, MARGARET-STREET, SYDNEY. P. O. Box 221. OF THE STAGE. Under this heading a writer in a recent number of the Whitehall Review gives a pleasantly readable account of a visit behind the scenes of a theatre in London, at which Mr. Wilson Barrett and Miss Eastlake are now delighting large audiences with Greek tragedy. As“Clito" Mr. Barrett had received an ugly stab in his left arm during the performance of one of the terribly realistic scene in the tragedy, and Miss Eastlake, who has covered herself with glory for her terrible creation of “Celle,” was, at the same time, only just recovering from a painful accident in the shape ot a recently sprained foot. As an incident of the visit, both these artists were loud in their praises of what the lady called “a newly-dis- covered cure, a sort of charm,” and it is needless to say that this was none other than the world- renowned St. Jacob's oil. Neither of them could say enough in praise of the great pain conqueror, and the writer of the article (which is contained in the Review of June 17, 1886, but is too long for publication) winds up by saying : “ In concluding this article I will diverge for a moment and say that, while it is neither my in- clination nor business to proclaim my opinion re- specting the merits of a medicinal discovery, the proprietors of St. Jacob’s oil are certainly welcome to every benefit the publicity of the above state- ment of facts may bring to them. Wherever one goes he learns almost daily how the marvellous powers of this wonderful oil are becoming re- cognised by all classes. Meeting a prominent physician the other day, whose wife had for two years been a perfect martyr to rheumatism, I was told that its magical curative properties had fairly mystified him. After only using this remedy one week, every trace of the terrible pains from which she so long suffered left her, and had never re- turned. I notice, also, that the champion oars- man of the world, William Beach, of Australia, is among the many notables who publicly endorse it as a really wonderful discovery.” THE PUNISHMENT FIT THE CRIME. The man who buys an expensive watch W hile he is in debt for board, With its seoond-hand split and a top to it And a jib and a centreboard. When a Waterbury would do him as well— Economy him to teach — Must earn his dinners by picking out winners In races at ManJ y Beach. But only in such as arc ridden straight, So that when the season’s done At the Sydney Museum they’ll flock to see him A living skeleton. And he who never will carry a watch That hasn’t a golden case Must love for life an old, old wife, With a youthfully-painted face. The man who tells you a Waterbury Takes far too long to mind, Must day after day hear an organ play That only one tune can grind ; ABd lie who thinks that he can’t afford A watch when he knows our price, Away down below he w ill have to go To a place where they have no ice. jyj ORE PROTECTION. And this time in favor of the happy owners of Waterbury Watches. The invaluable Waterbury would not be the cheapest watch in the world if it could not be repaired at a low oost. But if any- thing goes wrong with it the owner kas only to take or send it to the offices of the Waterbury Watch Company, at 51, Margaret-street, where it can be repaired at a cost according to its require- ments, but in no case exceeding 2s. 6d. unless by mutual consent. The cost of transmission by post or parcel delivery on watches sent from the country must be prepaid, and a sufficient amount to cover return charges and cost of repairs for- warded at the same time. If sent in the box in which the Waterbury is sold, the postage fee (including registration) is 2s. each way,
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