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was

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clerks

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yesterday,

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the

on

defendants.

shipping

penalties

posslblo legal his Honor

held

referred

wera

that

could

there

accruing

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sittings

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fteterday.

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dissolution

early The

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list

appeal

was

the

of

one

record.

on

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concluded

were

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to

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,

23 25 23

of

IScpt. (Oct. INov.

7 S Î

£20

to

and

9 Sept Oct. 7 Nor. 4 £7! table

including

2nd and

Orient,

Adel., 1 p.m.

I

inter-

class,

N.D.L.

H. de POSSEL, Manager for

Com-

ïaïï

FUNNEL"

BLUE ALFRED The Faaf First Carrying TO LONDON, leave I

ASOA.VIUS.I

bad

M.L.A., In train the afterwards.

Mzure shortly

at

sudden

a

Tons

IT.

AENEAS.110.000

Ipswich,

and

A

TENDER

WHARF,

result

of

tho

wharf.

AND

28 2S

Oct Dec

from

It

is

suggested be made

Wsht ?*

sold

in

An

The T°tral

"

form

a

OATS

depot, could be

FOR

Steamer.

BREAKFAST.

J^

to

GOOD

9

where

at

which An excellent be realised wish, may by taking the Diet. It affords an Ideal food for "Allonburys" those of weakened or temporarily Impaired digestion, rich milk and w hole wheat-the two Prepared from

the

week.

brought question

was

the

to

a

vital form,

food

clement»

combined

in

a

partially

A MINUTE-ADD

BOILING

WATER

Inclined

towards

..

E.

Melbourne,

charl-

has the

increased

been

carters

and

THE

ALLENBURYS'

ALLEN

have

to

agreed

pay

and

demanded.

DIET.

HANBURYS,

AND London,

LTD.,

"SYDNEY.

colliery

"ushed

waa

to

.

of

Ml

fallen coa8tal

tb°

the

over

^sWctB.

TXT.

*heat

Sydney

«to ?«Mt

vtT",' yesterday

EAST

Bld0 at

carried the stocIc

firm

through and

on

Share

business WaS

a

ralns

^iMtolanî

and

using the

twist

simply

your ring.

*

TO

with

even

nails,

ALL

>

was

in

north

fr<>m

sartor; roul*-MM¡.

in

and

workmanship,

Sheffield,

made

br

skilled

very

CAPETOWN:-13,

at

Two

Blades, Blades, Blades,

Stag liait. plain Nickel Silver Haft, finibh Haft, fine Stag

Sydney squally

W. '

JNO.

BAKER,

AORANGI.I 4/6.

'1

.

MAITAI.I

: "

.

Cutler,

"<«

Sep 2J )Oc't."Î7

crted

and

15,

'

' i

t

Hontcr-stuct,

AND RAROTONGV

NEW

port ".teníate

into

17

Sydney.,

a.

very

Guinea«. with 7

ZEALAND. BRITISH

PORTS,

Bent-rt.

ISLES,

Sept. Oct.

and

Group)

From 22 20.

|

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.

_

National Library of Australia

FRIDAY. and FIJI,

TO

Sept

Comoan/es

San Oct. Nov.

ve

CHEAPSIDE, .''---' ".'

-.

In

öw

be

and

Stevedoring

12 0

And 'every Twenty-eight Days thereafter. Vessels with Wireless equipped Telegraphy. Last Steamer from Connecting Sydney, 14,; Manuka,. Oct. Ulimaroa, September 16. Passage For particulars regarding and Freight apply UNION S.S. CO. OF N.Z.. LTD.. 2£0 aesrse-street, By&uft

sail

from

8.

PA-

00..^, 11 Bridge-street

VAN-

Brown

'

STAR

Soyer Paper full information

Bag

Meat Fish, Sweets. Book the Soyer

and

Cookery

each.

Paper

in

Bag

JONES, G.P.O.,

in

STROPS,

S.U.

with

LOAN

GIBBS,

1/1. 2/9, V. MACHINES,

.

SYDNEY._

on

applithe

0/.

10/0, 15/, Leather

STROPS,

20/ and

HO.

did

KUMANO YAWATA

the

NEW

Aug.

at

BRISBANE. and

Pet

Australia

to AGENCY

R

BURNS,

rate» ?

8467

of

bridge

Steamers TO

VICTORIA, WIMMERA,, ULIMAROA, ULIMAROA, on

freight ARCHD. Central.

Boats, booked

and apply passage CURRIE and CO., S3

a

20

of

and 5, LOONGANA

OF

to

TO Hobart

10. Sept. leaves

ROToilAHANA,

7/6.

mantle,

AND for THIS

portions Melbourne.

of

PEAPES

C(

AND

STEAMERS,

CO.,

LTD.,

"Men's

alter

the

HUDDART,

all

TICKETS call with

services, on

The

New

for

?MCILWRAITH, Tel., Or

'

Aug.

Launceston

«71 at

rpHE

Tickets

2

p.m.

are

companies, application! InterchangeFull return

«Acts available

between bv' in

PARKER,

and

CO. (opp.

Ltd., Bond-street).

t^*La^SSt^i^ÏS5iS5î?

_F. TAVEED

Pitt-ttnefc

"TUESDAY,

Aug.

only), 29.

Sept

Round Fare Two-berth

2nd,

j

(Cargo

TUESDAY,

p.m.,

only),

Sept

rp x

H

Telegraphy),

Sept

2.

SATUR

From

available

are

DAY, RICT1MOND CLARENCE 9

613,

OF Nos..

1706.

Inter-

FuU

(near

partie»''

Bridge-si).

TOURS,

TASMANIA. AND Interstate Steamer

trad

luOs; Third-claa», 45_ Saloon. Cabins. Excellent Cuisine. Deck Ltd Pitt-street. CO., 56

.

STEAMSHIP

STEAM

.

COÂSÏ

SOUTH

AND

CO.,

NAVIGATION Wharf

and

,93

1707.

LTD.

1749

Weather,

(Bars,

Central._

170S._

COMPANY",

MONDAY,

YULGILBAR,

Early. TWEED

RIVER.-DURANBAH.

"LTD."Balas

and 9

p.m.,

Bureau,

8

p.m.

'DAY,

"VrOWRA -1-''

Early.

and Wharf.

sell's

9

M

LANGLEY

BROS.,

_

Cargo Tel.,

and

Fot»

Rout« Government

from Rus Bay.-S.S. Brooklyn, Nowra and Jer received daily. 2120 Cen.: Ash.,

694._

CHAINS, MOORINGS, BLOCKS, Steam Winches. Pam«, Oils, new gear, Copper Rod, all ship's

Sheathing, hand,

W\UGH,

Rowing Oin, lst-cl.

YXTANTEr), T bd-

'

'

'

and

5

Little

and Munt« 2nd

Edward-street E.

Balmain._Balmain

2

/ACEDAR V-' by 4it

SALE,speed

Wire

Sale.

for W

Phone,

to

Garden*.

Tea

CO.,

ANCHORS. Manila Ropes,

via

early.

Jervis Co.

Steamship

1

Skiff, newly Peaterton's £S. Motor

miles

painted, Boatshed,

Launch, lomp.

lUit.,

Pittmail,

complete Milson's 0

Auxiliary cabin,

_.tCfliitimie(l_oa.

Launch rel.

or

engine.

Next

Yacht, 24 Coachhouse.

Sase.},

22ft P.

engine' Wat'loo

h.p. PhiUp-at,

Skiff, about 16ft, with Rowing înd__sm._^._JL_ÇMpenter,_Mojmt_Cc4ah.

WOOLGOOLGA.-COOLOON", Newcastle. ry.ANTEp, coachh.

WbiTf^lUricVitreíí.

particulars,

Sydney. THURLOW H.

THIS

THT3

Full

a1HEthe Tourist

Tourist

ROUTE.-The

GREAT LAKES North Coast

'

Office and Tourist 261 Passengers' Bureau, George street. Guide 13 now Tlie New IsMie of Book published. Price, lv each, Is Id. posted, ROBERT A. Tel., l61 BELL. Managing Director. OFF'S HARBOUR WEDNESDAY, TWEED RrVEB--DUEOBY,

P
inst,

arrived.

if

p.m.,

THIS

THIS DAY. 8 «.m. MONDAY. 6 p.m. THIS DAT, 5 p.m. EARLY.

-M AI.ANBAR, RIVER.-NERONG,

has 2Sth

the

Kew,

ot

vis RIVER.RIVER

NEXT,

coast.

along the been

prevailing

MERIMBULA,

of S S. MONDAY

fTMAYLOU'S WHARF, Pvrmont-Cape JKrambach, Colongolook, Nabiac, Tuncurry, ter, noon. Cargo only. Astral, This and Gloucester; Day, Laurieton, Camdrn naven. Tuncurry, Monday, 5 pm. This 5 and Kendall: Elersiie, Day, Comboyne,

Limited.

9am

RIVER.-BRUNDAH, RIVER.-BURRINGBAR,

weather

heavy

Hawke,

-ROSEDALE. RIVER DRUITT-STREET. FROM HARBOUR and WOOLGOOLGA.-KALLATINA,

COFF'S

Owing to the Sailing PONED till

353

COAST

NAVIGATION

NAMBUCCA

10.

Kilto M.> COR

near

p.m.

MACLEAY M ANNING BELLINGER

(Saturdaj) en route.

Mon-

other

calL

above

by

G.P.O., AND OPPOSITE Bank of Australasia. K1NG-STREET (ELECTRIC

the 3 Sussex-street Company's Wharf, Bars and Weather Permitting. will be received not wSthin two boor» Steamer's Sailing. via BAY, NEWCASTLE.-CAVAXBA. 9 a.m. HARBOUR.-Pass, CAVANBA, only,

BYRON

Single Saloon

Manager.

0

200 500 0150

0

MARKET-STREET. ROUND

Favourite

Saloon

Telephone,

EQUITABLE-BUILDINGS,

NORTH

E

STEAM

Cargo

Deck board. issued.

TxL,

(Wireless

DAY,

3 P-m" SiTOKDAY. PEREGRINE, 3 p.m., DAY, Sept 9.

I

J

WYNYARD-STREET, WHARVES: FOOT Telephone TRAMS).

COFF'S

Fnendshipu,

f

Tele ^aa

*|P-m-

COOMA

of

£10

0

and other Market-street Merimpermitting).-Bermagui, Tatrin, circumstances WollonMerimbula, Eden: S.S. Monda>, 4 pm. bula, S.S. Bateman's Nelligen: Kiama, Ulladulla, Bay, gong, WaThis Narooma.' Day, 10 a.m. Nowra, Eden, lUllmeads, Moruya: S.S. This gonga: Day, 10 a.m. Shoalhaven River a.m. Shellharbour, Berry, Tuesday, io 7 pm. Tuesday, Wharfs: received one hour will not be shipped unless Cargo leceived after S to steamer's No cargo sailing. prier p.m. General T. H. JACKSON, Manager, Market-street Office: Foot

5

5.

(Wireless

*r?ph/)' Saturday.

I

DAY,

until

BOMBALA

"1

0

PITT-ST

ILLAWARRA

rpHE x

5 p.m.,

I

BUNINYONG

0 5 10 13 10 260 with

»

From

Melbourne-Sydney, Sydney, Steamers. BOOKING OFFICES: NEAR CEORGE-STREET,

,

parts).-S.S. B diilr,_

(Cargo

0

£3

TICKETS PASSENGER INTERCHANGEABLE WITH OTHER INTERSTATE S S. COMPANIES. FULL PAR TICULARS ON APPLICATION. Full portions of ordiFirst-class Return RaU Tickets nary between Adelaide

Newcastle

THOMAS.

,

Queensland Ports.

AND

COMPANY, LTD. ¿vEWOASTLE: 1st Saloon, for two months; 2nd

J.

Tele

r

anÄth

AND~^HUNTËK

RIVER (all parts).-S.S. Richmond River day. (all branks. Monday. Cargo receiTcd Whirl. BIG Au, Albion

(WIreles»

BURWAH

TOWNSVILLE,

Bunbury,

300

"j

MACKAY,

arc

tons, THIS KARUAH, at 11, at Newcastle MORNING, calling Perishables received this onl> morning 147 Sussex-street. Offices and Wharves,

PTY.,

T.S.S.

0.

9,

I

BRISBANE, ROCKHAMPTON,

interchangeable after first Interstate othe.r Companies. Condion application. and M'EACHARN. CO. PROPRIETARY, LTD., 61 PITT-SrREET.

from available

SATURDAY,

p.m.,

4

3000 Tons, SYDNEY, via SAILS for MELBOURNE, EDEN, SEPT. "th (THURS.), 5 p.m., STANLEY, BURNIE, DEVONPORT, via Returning 17th. back EDEN, and due Svdney September

Rail

LINE.

Watt-»treet

at

Maryborough, Bundaberg,

Agent», Bridge-street

Perth,

I >

The

Tele

0 0

110 interchangeable first port

application.

SPECIAL MELBOURNE

(Wharf).

Fint-clasa

TONS. ALBANY,

FREMANTLE S.A. Gulf Ports, and N.W. Ports).

2

grapby), SATURDAY, 3 p.m., carrying 1st and 3rd class passengers.

\

and Gladstone), ROCKHAMPTON,

Melbourne-Sydney,

Cabins, 2/ extra each war 6d extra for each single Rate; on application. STEAMERS PASSENGER and CARGO Nightly rSun NEWCASTLE days TO and excepted) MORPETH, etc. S.S. NEWCASTLE. 1251 Tom, THIS NIGHT, at 11.30. until 1 p.m.; bonded Cargo received II. cargo, PORT STEPHENS, BULAHDELAH, MY BOORAL, .ALL LAKES, STROUD. AND GLOUCESTER.

Fre"*

alter

Companies on

MELBOURNE-

Steamer

7391 ADELAIDE,

all

Return 9/; each way. Berths in Reserved Fares, if on paid Fare, Season Tickets

3/6

Albany

Sept

.

(Transhipping Brisbane for

STEAMSHIP and

fWircle»»

SATUR

p.m., -

BRISBANE'

City,

to

BOMBALA grapby),

FREMANTLE,

2.

interchangeable the other interstate to conditions which to the Company's

subject application

Company's Office, NEWCASTLE

RIVER

2

KAROOLA

J *

ALBANY,

PASSSENGERS.

NOTE.-Saloon with port of call tions a«cortalnablo

Sent

.

Tickets

Saloon

*?

state lan

0 3 15 900

,..'...£2 .

Fremantle Eden ..*....

.

PEREGRINE, DAY> **»*.

Geclong).

AT S P.M. SATURDAY", SEPTEMBER 9th, Httcd with Wireless Telegraphy. Saloons and Stateroom». Luxuriously Appointed Private de Luxe. Suites Gymnasiums. SPACIOUS PROMENADE DECKS. ACCOMMODATION UNEQUALLED FOR FIRST THIRD SECOND. AND CLASS

'

for

MELBOURNE, ADELATDE,

are

Twin-screw

MELBOURNE.

(Transhipping

Wharf

ati

(Transhipping Melbourne

September Sept 0.

_6 .M'EACHARN

KAROOLA,

Customs. Felix-st

and

Adelaide

WHARVES Permitting).

.1

FARES;

Office, 66 -Wharves: FOOT

MELBOURNEl

'

of

part

on

-^"*

6/,

rail

(Circumstances

,

(THURS.),

p.m. Every Fortnight.

EDEN.

|

GRANTALA

WOLLOWBA, INNAMINCKA,

WRAITH,

TIT'IL

FOR

AUSTRALIA.

Svdney

t.'eorgc-street CAUS"S

first

and

Tuesdav.

Adelaide,-

first-class

and

and

Telegraphy),

FuU return of portions Ordinary Ticket» between Adelaide-Sydney. are available Steamers hy above G. S. Y1Î1LL and Limited, CO.,

FRIDAY

VICTORIA.

SATURDAY,

OF FAST PASSENGER FROM KING-STREET

,

Saloon

(Wireless Telegraphy), THIS DAY, SATURDAY, August 20. at 12 noon,

L

.

ascertained

FARES

DAY,

noon,

passenger».

sails 7th 5

Melbourne

TH LINE1 STEAMERS,

SMI

I.

31.

"WESTERN

SHIPPING. TTOWARD J-L

!

SYDNEY

S.S. SEPT.

LOWEST

2,

Ub

(Monday).

11

SEPTEMBER ?1

via

10

till

Sailing Day. Followed by MONARO, ..S.I.

Perth),

BUNBURY, GERALDTON,

I

SSO*

Aug.

up

on

MELBOURNE,

MONDAY, AnguS"287"s"'p.m.

,

TASMANIA.

Noon,

received

Cargo

SYDNEY.

p.m. Sep"

-,

be

LÍÑÉ

for

3

J

Companies

30.

direct,

sails

NEXT, Noon.

FREMANTLE

Outfitters,"

LTD,

CO., KAPUNDA

TUESDAY

ALBANY.

For

2nd

' ..

TRANSHIPMENT).

(WITHOUT

-"-1-

GEORGE-STREET,

309-311

SEPTEMBER

(Wirelesa

| I

to (transhipping all other Queen». porte). *Iand SALOON PASSAGE

Sydney.

Margaret-street NEW ZEALAND.

Melbourne,

ordinary Adel.ide, Steamers.

with.

TOWNSVILLE, CAIRNS

26.

WEDNES-

1S66), Agent,

STEAMSHIP

TVTELBOURNE

extra.

FOR

MACKAY,

SEPTEMBER,

Coastal.Tickets interchangeable with other to conditions asccrta¡nable on raihjeet Tasmanian and New Zealand Tickets arc with Union able Line, and vice versa.

?N-

and

6/6, 6d

MELBOURNE, ADELAIDE,

Office.

and

'

EMPORIUM.' HILL, SYDNEY.

..S.S.

KOOMBANA

v. Î"

N.-

BRISBANE,

can

(est General

Melbourne

Aug.

SOUTH

alrvv

4/6,

Posted,

Ltd., in Australasia.

12 »nd

SONS,

AND

UNIVBRSAL'PROVIDERS,

NEW PALACE BRIOKPIELD

(and

at l»t Srd-claai

each'

_

ONLY

WHARF.

1 aU

FOR

for Auckland, Aug. SO Noon, Wed., for Auckland," Noon, Wed., Sept 13 for Wellington, Noon, Sat, Sept id. leaves via Melbourne, Hobart and Bluff

August

Carrying

Sd

1/7;

lb.,

,

HORDERN

ANTHONY

Booking

MELBOURNE and FREMANTLE

'

and

PRICES,

(Wireless Telegraphy), A.U.S.N. Co.'s Wharf, Lime-street).

I

(thence to West Ports out traiuhip-

Contract.)

29th,

-^

SHIPPING.

cabins,

carried. TO EUROPE. America.

SATURDAY,

|

-I

,

each,

FOR

Agents.

Kerosene, Benzine, in advance at and CO., Ltd.,

.

season.

the

(From

J

0/

¡I", 1/9.

.

1,

'f

and

6/3, i/o.

SOAPS. SHAVINGBARS, 8 to the BARBERS'

i

28,

g

d 3/0.

.

21.

LN?2l'F?H'"TIDAY'tember 5 p.m.

\

FREMANTLE. Cui-1

on

Metal

hard

ini

set

Bribes 2/3, make Handle

....

is the suitable of most a headwear, and makes very good change for the hotter of the week-our showing days in both black and colour banded is all style very fine; recent arrivals in the styles

80th

OCTOBER

KOOMBANA, MONDAY, August

MELBOURNE, ADELAIDE, ALBANY,

1 29

Ltd.,

PARKElt

Sall from DOMINION

WESTRALIA,

_261 large

GRAFTON

_._

P1ULP,

Wednesday,

tcrstate

LINE

8 4

LINE.

TUESDAY,

JJUDDART,

LINE.

in

but

KYARRA

J

TO

for passengers deck.

are on the to be the straw slightly the and plait, bands-in distinctive, tones-will have aggressive,

side, in

place.

Ltd.

two-berth

CO., Agents

Noon.

Travel.

Briihrc-street,

'

comforts

brims

rougher coloured

Australia.

STEAMSHIP

*?

S.S. MAKAMBO, NEXT, 1st [ AT NOON.

BRISBANE.-CHAS. Forwarding,

ZEALAND.

INDIAN

BURNS,

AUGUST,

LIMITED. OF PASSENGER

FROM

*\

O'REILLY and Carrier,

S.S. JANUS, 7600 Tons. CALCUTTA (direct), via Torres Straits ABOUT 3rd OCTOBER. S.S. 4500 Tons DARIUS. Sails for SOURABAYA, SAMARANG, BATAVIA. AND SINGAPORE, ABOUT MIDDLE SEPTEMBER.

on

|

PHILP

|_II SERA'ISE

ADELAIDE

nient).

Commonwealth Mail FROM FEDERAL WHARF, FOR

CARGO RECEIVED DAY, 3UUi AUGUST. for Timber, Space Live Stock he must

SHIPPING

to and

apply YU1LL

Managing

EXPRESS

MELBOURNE.

L

Newcastle.

particulars 0. S.

:

Excellent

for Modem and CO.,

PHILP,

LORD HOWE ISLAND.' NORFOLK ISLAND, NEW HEBRIDES, and GROUP. HANKS

the

full *

rpHE

THURSDAY

TOWNSVILLE,

Passenger Convenience

tUnder

19

for

rooms

UNDER

HONGKONG. Accommodation.

MANILA,

24 21

Sept

S.S. HYMETUS, 7800 Tons, COLOMBO. MADRAS, and CALCUTTA ABOUT 25th SEPTEMBER.

modem

AS

Commander.

I

MARU.

Calling ISLAND,

.RIVERINA, for

Tons.

^BOSHES.

For For ,

splen-

¡Sept. Oct Nov. Nov.

TÏURNS,

from Zealand

LTD., Agents._ CURRIE AND

AND

are

KUMANO MARU S.a continue her to Melbourne, voyage from Bums, and Co.'a ?ailing Philp, Wharf, Side Circular East Quay, TB3S 11 A.M., AUGUST DAY, SATURDAY,

CO., Bridge-street,

AUSTRALIAN

in

i/«t

'

SHAVING STICKS............. COLGATE'S and 2/3. stick] lOJd, 1/4. PEARS' SHAVING STICKS SHAVING CREAM, 2/pot GILLETTS ROGER AND SHAVING FORMALIN HYGIENIC SOTERING'S 55 STICK ....'. 9d . STICKS No. 4711 SHAVING V ?vniOLIA SHAVING STICKS. in .2/' and on pot SHAVING CAKES, VINOLIA <« STICKS ............. SHAVING «£_ WILLIAMS'/ 3d cate 1/9: S to the lb, BARBER BARS. WILLIAMS' TABLET,' 1/, SHAVING SOAP LUXURY WILLIAMS'

JAPAN

AND

E. FINLAYSON... L-DAWSON.SEPT. E. FINLAYSON.??

MELBOURNE. SYDNEY

«/? 6/3, -

l/e,

1/1,

1/

not

Darwin. Omits Port All cool,Saloon amidships. large, electric fans. Surgeon «tod with THROUCH BOOKING SPECIAL and U.S. Via Canada, Japan,

Strait».

and other information to For Rates of Freight apply SHIPPING THE NEW ZEALAND CO.. LTD., St. Beardmorc-bulldings, Peter-street, Montreal, or to the Company's Branches and Agencies throughout New Zealand and Australia. NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY

ARCHIBALD

NOVEMBER

Managing

Under contract with the Canadian the Government steamers will sail for Melbourne, following Sydney, Dunedin: Auckland, Wellington, Lyttelton, to sail from Montreal on 15th S.S. TOKOMARU, Sept 15th October. KUMARA, 6034 tons, first-class steamers each month. To be followed by other

_

LEAVE

and

each

'n

Brushes;.-

Badger,

COLGATE'S

Straw

ITAIYUAN.... 2300 nnW-nSHA.-bsOO

JAPAN.

OCTOBER, visit JAPAN.

eaca

ORDI-

-.

COMPANY,

CHÍÑX

2300

.CHANGSHA.

KAISHA.

MARU. MARU...... MARU.

NIKKO KUMANO

TO AND

with

STUART, for Manager

SHAVING

Summer

CO., Ltd., 11 Bridge-street

6 HAM SAMA

[New

ZEALAND COMPANY'S CANADIAN STEAM

14|NQT.

and_lS32_City._

FOR

n-onths"to

SHIPPING

MERCANTILE

INov.

ISlOct

it.

Shaving

1/6.

indication present to more Straw Hat» being points and more in favour this coming Summer-home advices say so.

16 17 16

C.

.

"

HairVlV.^V.V.Vr.'.. Badger, improved

Imitation

Every 13 ISep.

3/9,

2/0,

Canvas,

Kn^Ch^Shavd^

The wider H.

2/6,

BadgRerb Imitation

,

SEPTEMBER,

eacb

SAFETY, 5/ff

».

8/3.

Rubber-*.:

TI«

ISep. Oct

interchangeable

WILL

FAVOUR.

IN,

from

_

Sydney. CO., Agent»,

A.

?

NAVIGATION

jpHTNA

THE

wiH

j

LINSCHOTEN

Spring-street 953 Tel.,

there.

go

CO,

and

.

BE

etc.

apply and

each

«/S 4/9

RAZORS

NARY

trip

pIO

NEW

AUSTRALIA

7

Is one that has to .JAPAN and CHINA IN POPULARITY in recent MARVELLOUSLY JAPAN baa a fascinaFor travellers peculiar distinctive charm or atmosphere that annually thousands of Tourists in search oi attracts health,! recreation. JAPAN is a land of towering or pleasure, beautiful The mountains, rivers, and valleys. winding of her customs, hcspitality people, quaint cities, shrines, all instil a desire to "stay You and longer." temples, of untn will never understand the true spirit Japan you

The

BURNS,

E. Grcénstrect. Forbes Sutcliffe... A.

AND

Agents, and

CALL.

>ears. tion-a

Ltd., Sydney.

ISailing

F.

J.

TICKETS RETURN PHILP LINE.

GROWN

AGENCY,

I.

London,

»ad

'

WITH

YUSEN TO

COMPANY, BRIGnT.

PHILP,

RIPPON

Magnificent sine. Every

|_Commander.

WAERWYCK....

MANILA,

to

Singapore particulars

I

Wireless Telegraph. Dlrcc» Route from

"^

option further

STEAMERS

I

O.SS0 11.500

I

C. Kroef Goedhuis A. C. Kroef

HATS

gTRAW

*

SOUBABAYA, PADANG, via Torre»

1L00ÔÎH.

Most The ARGENTINE. NEW ZEALAND

numerous



TO

SINGAPORE, PORT MORESBY,

A.

IA

.

3a

EUROPE, AND SINGVPORE, Routes interesting

»/»

*l. 2/6, for

2/B

1/5,

Canvas

**

STEAMSlr

Reg.

1.

Cabins,

evcry'2S SAMOA

ZEALAND

CO.).

SERVICE

PORTS, MACASSAR,

"LINSCHOTEN

CO.

TO

",_

STROPPING

'?

Steamer.

Steamer

OF

e/G,

for MACHINES, 'STROPPING 9/ ..-.....:........" S-JrlrU RAZOR., PASTE .¿ViXrV STROPS, RAZOR PULLMAN ELECTROPLATED each.

LTD.,

2/.

Connecting with the Company's THROUGHOUT FORTY-SIX MAIL SERVICES INDIES. DUTCH EAST

VAN VAN \J N

INTERCHANGEABLE

BURNS,

O'Connell-street_

Tons.

,"«.",N.5.W.)

J.

JAVA

VIA

Sydney

SEPTEMBER about AMSTERDAM,

MACASSAR, and

.BUAinNE. ?MJAPEHU. .ROTORUA.

New

HAGEN

HAVRE,

of

by followed SEPTEMBER

S.N.

V For

Irom despatched Sjdney on or »boot SEPTEMBER 13, ANTWERP AND HAMBURG, SUEZ CANAL. VIA received of other Car-o at the Store» Woolloomooloo. and Shipping Co., Ltd.,

SYDNEY

Government

MATARAM. SEPTEMBER

PACKET

ROYAL

12,

S.S.

NEW

the

Magnificent

TICKETS

RETURN

"SEA

of

SERVICE.

9/9 -»<

Blades,

STROPS.

.

case

and

Leather

AUTOMATIC RAZORS AUTOMATIC

1/6.

......-

.

Razors.

Star

RAZOR

.

Case blades Star

with.fiye stropping

Metal

in

complete,

RAZOR,

Jor

BLADES,

bag

successful paper Poultry. Vegetables, are Special given recipes for cooking these to best

per,

,

*

EXTRA

con-

for

Cookery

advantage

Book

2/6

RAZOR,

SAFETY

STAR SAFETY

SAFETY RAZOR, SAFETY lor STROPPEBS,

STAR STAR

2/6

.

BOOK.

BLADES,

RAZOR j_

,

BAZÖi'to'Leaäer

7/6. RAZOR

PACKET

MONTHLY AND

JAVA, PAPUA, Via *QUEENSLAND

SINGAPORE,

PORTS INTERESTING WATER. SCENERY". MAGNIFICENT

SMOOTH

ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. COMPANY'S LONDON. NEW ZEALAND TO VTA SOUTH AMERICA. at Monte calling Video, Teneriffe, Plymouth, the Intense heat of the Red Sea. thus avoiding FOR SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION PASSENGERS. ALL CLASSES OF

Til,_

one.

0.

STAR

PAKETVAART

On,

K

Agents,

To be GUTHRIE,

S S

LINE.

1

RANG, BATAVIA,

For

new

.THE The

favouring

SHIPPING.

aacer

.

NO. / LINE. S.S. ANNABERG

All state

a

qf

9/

OPP.,

Each Month for Sydney 1st SOURABAYA. PORTS, RORT DARWIN QUEENSLAND ^ SINGAPORE, SAMARANG, BATAVIA. MORESBY. PORT AT CALLING

30.

climates. AH for tropical Hall on deck. and Social upper and Electric Light throughout.

will leave MARSEILLES. BURG, via

Sails

SYDNEY.

colours,

Amethyst,

Creen,

COOKERY

cooking. Pastry, in this

"

____.

"

In

packet

are

mid

Quccnslanó; be. to

conditions,

use

;

design, for its broaden-

remarkable Broadway shape,

ends.

DAVID

from

Sailing

-?

The

'

Francisco.

Grey,

They

specially are

the

interchangeable

are

AND

with

Contract

(Under

SYDNEY.

SOUTH

PACIFIC ISLANDS, Luxurious Steamers 4400 tons, SEPT. 3500 tons, OCT. 10.

NO.

Sall»

ia

Islands.

FREIGHTS.,

AND

Ticket*

JAVA, MONTHLY

.OAPUA, i-

rxERMAN-AUSTRALIAN

rnHB

Common-1

Poplin,

quality

towards

ing Blue,

LASSETTERS,

REGULAR

and Booklets particulars Descriptive v-arious offices in Australasia to the STEAMSHIP CO. OF N.Z., UNION George-street,

Fitted

¡

.

l

any part the Pacific

Clothing,

Tuesday

every

noon.

28,

_339

.

Floor Coverings, of the Compart other ordered with

arrived. in Paisley

newly

just

They

rovelty. Drapery, of the

The tains

Tran-

may

PDURHAnM<:tDUp1LEX

.

TOWNS _."...

correctly tempered, steel, und perfectly honed and stropped. edges,* the blade-holder bo stropped by usúig blade loses its keenness, strop When a

two

DUPLEX RAZOR OUTFIT, comprising DURHAM of Razor, Safety-guard, Set, consisting' Silver-plated Hollow Double-edged and Six Stropping Attachment steel; in handsome Blades ground of finest tempered 21/. Price covered case. complete. leather comprising DRUHAM DUPLEX HOLD-ALL OUTFIT, Razor, Safety-guard,. of Silver-plated Set, consistinHollow Six Double-edged, Attachment, Stropping steel, a collapsible ground of finest tempered Blades and the'best of badger thebristles, Rubber-set'Brush In whole tube, in nickel-plated Stick, Shaving 32/6. Price complete, Green Morocco Case. Silver OUTFIT, comprising DURHAM DUPLEX KIT Stropping Safety-guard. consisting of Razor, Set, plated Double-edged, -and Six Hollow-ermgo Attachment, folding handy, in steel; of finest Umpired Blades the vest poc_tu in easoly of 'Pig-sun. fitting Kit

EACH.

bave

SOYER'S

(ROYAL

Saturday.

PAPEETE Arn

|

Wellington.

FARES

Saloon

first ill

TOWNSVILLE.

AT

at3URNS,VlHLP,

service every 23 dijs from Auckland There Is also a GROUP RAIA PACiriO (RAROTONOA, to EASTERV and August 29. TAUITI), by TALUNE,

CONTINENT, (Cook

to or

Zealand,

or

it,

is

TIES-2/G

MEN'S

These Tie» of a special which fact

aU

on

Carriage

Goods

New

wealth.

i

\_,

FROM AMERICAN

Steamer._\

each. 2/6 each. 2/6 metal bolster,

IN|

SHOWROOM

AND

RAZOR.

CARBONISED on

ground

The blades attachment.

goods.

BARGAINS

CARRIAGE.

Pay

Showroom

and

6500 Steamer, Telegraphy), 11 p.m.,

WKDNESDAY, August "JO.

6Ü1Cd

FRANCISCO",

i

Europe.

*><>.

com

,

(New Wireless

\\;«tcrn-ïr«de,vrid«''cefuiln

days Suva, Levuka), (Apia), and Haapai, Nukualofa), (Vavau, for thence to steamer SydAUCKLAND, transhipping Melbourne at intervals. and frequent ney

£20.

£18,

_(Tahiti)._

England.

"

unrest

Steel

Good artisans

was

--

»auieriv

the

on

»in?rtn"eaateri1 a

on,

without

IurtUor

-

conseiuent

market

?

"'

mining

i»a°r|nCalB!,trF"rtueI'

opened

gloves

Two Two «

|

Simmonds.

SAN

VIA

Calling

little

:*t»twpPenUne°ilS0[

Blade»

rates.

There 'on«

KNOTS.

RINO was o£

marke's

¿t»l'mF°,rt

m\T

OPEN

points8

ieCbuslnesB

Sails.

CLASS,

£16, and

LONDON?

Return and Stop-over interchangeable Line the Aberdeen Steamers. GILCHRIST, WATT, »nd SANDERSON. Ltd..

BAKER,

JNO.

'*

OF

above Steamers o Fiji (Lautoka, FRIENDLY ISLANDS

EASTERN

Tickets,

'

W

DURBAN,

ycster

roof.

haT0

leHÏn'iiUlirains

Fare:-London:

named

death

Ang.

After with

Advertisements.) lull particulars, N.Z., Ltd., 259 George-street W. JACKSON. Manager.

The

Sydney. Newcastle

Millington Twin Screw.

amidships

ONE

FREE LASSETTERS

DUPLEX~SAFETY

[FINEST

-""

with

built Specially Dining Saloon, Ventilation feet

for

ex-

DEPARTMENTS.,

_

^TRANSHIPPING Lmvr^CUrî^RENl'

ISLANDS.

CRUISES

EASTERN by the T.S. TOFUA, T.S. ATUA,

.

Is

Hetton

CO.

vyiNTER

Wool

shape, an

interest order,

our

will

Kitchen monwealth.

SIMILAR

CLOTHING,

...

Hine.IAug.20

C. A.

only.

Accommodation

..

t¿Leia£l0Tce V I» "' by a fall

the

AND ADELAIDE.

J.

.

superior ¡

at

S

Agents,

Commander.

MOOT. T. 8000 W. W MOO O.

class

one

Carrying Saloon

England,

MARKET-STREET,

Special

_F.

Full cation

of for of

to

immediately

PAY CABRIACE all except Furniture, Goods, and Hard Ware, to any Only on Toys vvhen

on

ETC.,

HALF-PRICES. OTHER

DRAPERY,

at

(Transhipping

29.

AT BRISBANE. TRANSHIPPING SERVICE TO ROCKHAMPTON. ..THROUGH for at BRISBANE TO^YXSWLLt. AND AT BRISBANE TRANSUU'PING

SERVICE.

DURBAN, CAPETOWN, \ia MELBOURNE AND will leave Steamers Sydney

NARRUNG.I

averted.

masters

wages

OF

7 p.m.,

TUESDAY,

WATTA. August

Tons,

ROTOMAHANA,

and

VPOURI, SAMOA,

I.enflets.

-1-

37 Pltt-ttreet, Brisbane, and

IToiiM

drivers

27~ «5

Oct. Nov.

Managing

BRANCH

.GEELONG. of

GOODS,

AT

12.

THE

out

appearance Another point made expressly

good

fine

for to-day only. bat must cannot call, you you announcement, on of this receipt order at the reduced execute your for No need to enclose-extra posexactly. as on gloves, we always pay postage pnce order if

your it

wc

WE

shipping

STRA-

to

__Stcamer^

Sept

Routes.

all

CO.,

Adelaide,

Ö.

AND

.COMMONWEALTH...!

strike

by

Bookings BRIGHT, and

TO

a

about

POINT, MONDAY,

money. reduced

price tage;

MANCHESTER

AND

of

September^».

LEVUKA

12.

Sept. to

with

T~Sydne.y.

George.I G. McArthur..Sept W. Hood, R.N.R... T. Pilcher, R.N.R.

i

Information

FIJI -MAN to TONGA,

to

Time-tables, S.S. UNION

TIMOR.

Commander.

World

at

p.

ONLY.

obtained.

oil

And

EMBROIDERIES,

I

made

Kid Gloves, do not stretch

possible.

>our The Mail do

<

HUNDREDS

French

5/3.

Blades Packet

of the old DURHAM DUPLEX, the bent points The the of the safety guard Razor, and advantages style blades. and interchangeable the correct DURHAM DUPLEX RAZOR affords The with Safety a SLIDING DIAGONAL STROKE, together Guard and INTERCHANGEABLE BLADES, and, thereWITH and fore, enables to shave CORRECTLY j ou DOES TT SAFETY. It docs not cut you--NEITHER NOR PULL. SCRAPE BLADES are of the DURHAM DUPLEX manufactured

PAIB.

4/6

Beal

are

and

Brisbanc)

(

Í

to

(See

LINE.

AND"

AR

) (

'

SYDNEY

DIRECT.-NAVUA. FIJI Aug. and RAROTONGA. BAIATEA, Aug. 2i>. PEETE.-TALUNE, via CANADA-AMERICA, LONDON.-EUROPE, FRANCISCO. COUVER or SAN

SHANGHAI,

John

"'

' j

I

IN

REGATTA

SEA

_5

TO SHANGHAI, under contract Wales and Victorian Governments.

[St

GIBBS,

GOODS,

RIBBONS,

twin-. (new steamer, 65O0 tons), TUESDAY,

screw, S p.m.,

J

DUNEDIN,

noon.

SYDNEY AUCKLAND ATUA. AUCKLAND AUCKLAND

TO

JAPAN, DARWIN,

Tous-I

'

predigestcd

ol MADE

T"

'

Accommodation Saloon amidships. Cool, Two Large, on berth Cabins the fitted with electric Upper Deck, Surgeon and Stewardess carried. fans. Single-berth washed on board. Rooms. Lmcn via Japan and Trans-Siberian TO EUROPE, Raliway. Luxurious Train Travel. Fast and Through and-Round

DIGESTION.

September

PRICE,

WYREEMA

NORMANTON. BURKETOWN,

23 Days. Every LAUTOKA, SUVA, LEVUKA, APIA, AUCKHAAPAI. thence VAVAU, NUKUALOFA, S LAND.-T.S TOFUA, Sept. 12. SAMOAN SERVICE TONG AN and (Nukualofa, Haapai, about Aug. Vavau, Apia).-TAV1UNI (Cargo only),

(SHARP)

MAIL SERVICE

QUEENSLAND,

SERVICE South New

EMPIRE. ST. ALBANS.. EASTERN.. ALDENHAM...

Australian

recorded tho

good opinion

general

Nearly

ROLLED

in

suicides

allowed

an

was

during

Conference discussion upon In works.

The threatened «unceston

«

to

tremor

Observatory

hy "«lapping

to

not

wore

Women's

¡lose

ies

check

some

lysol

taken

earthquake

The

TOBY'S

quantities.

Steps are being »«nell in bowls.

»Janey

been

having

trat If

small

in Victoria reported

poisoning

lysol 66

j

deaths increasing, months.

12

UNCLE

DRAPERY

FURNISHING

2.

p.i

PAIR.

that

TRIMMINGS,

7

3/6 LINE."

as an article perfect you may depend upon hand fit your perfectly, They will and sewn. They have are weil shaped firmly rai and neat fancy backs fastenings, patent self-coloured silk. May with black or broidercd Fawn, Pastelle, be had in White, Drab, Beaver, to In sizes 51 7. Lach Grev, Creen, and Purple. which to give satisfaction-failing guaranteed pair an or refund make exchange, wc will willingly

29.

TUESDAY,

ARAMAC,

¡-

ONLY,

two

MATERIALS.

ALL

'/6

they

SILKS,

TUESDAY, WYANDRA, September 5.



SPEOfAL

POST,

Bl

5/;

JUNIOR (or the GEM RAZOR, of 7, 2/; by post, 2/L for the Machine, designed specially Stropping with RAZOR. can be used JUNIOR It CEM SAFETY the la autois handle strop. The operation simple; any and a keen the correct angle, to matically adjusted dullest blades. restored to the edge is'speedily 5/4. 5/; by Price, Post, to the Gera SAFETY GEM PALACE RAZOR, similar with twelv. silver but finished triple plate, Junior, present. blades for heavy beards. A magnificent special by registered post, 13/. PRICE, 12/6;

Ç/U .,.

firm skins, that quality will retain their and long period. ceptionally been is have that they so

LACES,

September

PRICE, Extra

Gem

GLOVES,

DAILY

|

of

7

SAT

down

.

quality

TO-DAY

ja

,

creases of the smoothes out the skin, Bar and ahead of the cutting edge, beard just matter. makes perfect shaving a simple RAZOR and. is made JUNIOR SAFETY The GEM BEST STYLE of the MATERIALS, finished in the BEST Nickel It comprises and best workmanship. by*the and Blades, extra handle for stropping Frame, plated BLADES packed in Neat Case. Seven KEEN-EDGED

New the

DURHAM

UNDERCLOTHING.

.

only).-KAKAPO,

ENERAL 'RALIAN

TO-DAY

HONGKONG,

VU

the

submerged

BURNIE,

.

LEAVE

A. DIRECT

WOBD,

LADIES'

HALF-PRICES.

AT

TUESDAY,

August

p.m.,

FOR

REMNANTS

Remnants

Including

THIS

only),

Net

FRENCH

These

ALL

20.

(cargo

URDAV,

superior

line,

The raises

DRESSES.

16,

n°0n'

ARAWATTA,

quality

Very

*

ever.

j/J */"

pleated Matines Width

REDUCTIONS

IN

BARGAINS

¡GREAT

TUESDAY.

noon,

Better

edge a

SIDE FRHJL.-This In White or Paris, Lace-with tucked about 3 of frill

NET Net

fine.

collar,attached. inches .

Manufacturers*

USUAL

(Cargo

August

finely with

"OUR

4ATURDAT>

P

"MALLINA

Wharves).

THURSDAY

!

nm"

HOBART.

MELBOURNE to LAUNCESTON.LOONGANA every Tuc«dav". Thnrsday, .DEVONPORT.-OONAH, BURNIE,. 1 and Friday, p.m. August STRAHAN.-WAINUI,

X

I

The "e

rains, and.

heavy suddenly,

rose

Paterson

»e

(Cargo

mHB

river

than

fresh to

.

in

DRESS

p.m.,

ISLAND,

£TTsÄ

S.S.

Bartlett.Aug. H. W. Warrell. Watt-Walker.

WILL 3 P.M.

AT

AND HOUSEHOLD

riuiB

Aug.

.>

c"t

B.

Sept.

DEVONPORT,

wiB

PAID.

I

.t

the

DAY,

w'I'SSWrvn

via and

*-*

LINK

Wireless Telegraphy, laundry, Nursery, etc. FARES TO LONDON: From £40 to £45 Single, and £68 to £76/10/ Return. DURBAN: From £25 to £30. TO Illustrated For Pamphlet« and other particulars aDDlv GILCHRIST, WATT, and SANDERSON. Ltd., 7 Bent-street Agents,

SPECLAL As the

THIS

'MOAJfA. > J

NESDAY,

Commande

|

IF. IJ.

.*-*

heart died

¡-

J

and

,"-.,.-,-.

within No received 2 hours sailing. Cargo To HOB AKT.-PALOONA, TUESDAY, Aug. 20, li a.m. rrom HOBART.-TALOONA. MONDAY, Sept 4. THURS To LAUNCESTON (via EDEN).-WAKATIPU, DAY. Aug. 31. 10 a.m. LAUNCESTON WEDrrom (via EDEN).-WAKATIPU,

HOLT AND CO. Twin-screw Steamers Saloon Passengers only,' via SOUTH AFRICA, Sydney follows: as

10,000 10,000

AJÍCHISES.J

CENTRAL

Less

CHILDREN'S

only),

ARAWATTA,

,

TEA,

Auitralla.

SEASON;

___,_will

cul-

easy

at

ENORMOUS

-INNISFAIL,

TASMANIA.

ÏTe

AU Routes. All Classes. your to America, booking passage Europe, India, South Africa, etc, write for Illustrated Japan, Travellers' Gazette and Post Free. Sailing List, THOS. COOK and SON. Challis House. Sydney.

MANILA,

Keogh,

received

only

BLUFF,' to LYTTELTON, WELLINGTON, 2 EVERY p.m. WEDNESDAY,

SYDNEY

Brisbane.

Adelaide, Port Said.

10s,

1st

Tickets, and O.,

Pitt-itreet_General

A

Ä

I

.«COOKTOWN. ."TORT DOUGLAS.

SOUTH

Before

THE

9.

to con Aramac,

.

JAPAN,

Melb..

I

i Sept. Oct. 2 SO

HOMEWARD All Lines.

FOR "EUMEN NUMBER OF IMIUNDER THE

1

.BUNDABERG,

TOWNSVILLE, (Jetty Wharf), tl.UCINDA.

to}J

MELBOURNE,

«

I

20 23 21

Sept

¡Sydney,

changeable panies.

and joung Colds, Sore Bronchitis, Throats, the Prevention of Consumption. LARGE SALHIUS LED TO A MANUFACTURED

Aug.

Melbourne, Aden, and

MARSEILLES, Colombo. Bombay,

Interstate

leen

Mr.

VNE

TORO?¿H,

CAIRNS,

BLUFF,

MARITIMES.

NERA. OCEANIEN.Oct.

LUNGS, JUJUBES;

and lactic. Prophj other poisonous

ALL

Drpt.

[

has

Mackay

Cargo

makes

September

sary. "GABO

t.MOUÜILYAN,

Aba-"T' From

SM¿

via China and America. and CO., General Agent*, 7 Bridge-street. 10. General. Cent 603. City

AUSTRALIEN.

CO.,

1

3300 3300 3200

Tia

Catalogue.

old

held

(Tono.

(

Freight

m trouble

Perishable

and

sizes

very

the

ts creation To a give is nothing

.

PLEATED

edged

CORSETS.

there

fine hemstitched Muslin, boned collar attached.

quality

FINE

Second Sa First and Carrying and Ftcerige loon Passengers, invitedapInspection Early berth neceslor plication

Porta.

Town

Ports) 0.

DUNEDIN.

«9,

7

Sydney. a.m. u

J^ESSAGERIES ?>.

GREAT

odd

7CO0 Tons, Twin Screw, Cabins, Deck

ROCKHAMPTON, MACKAY, BOWEN, (Town Wharf),

Day.

i

FROM

Tons),

IN

Prices.

September

BRISBANE.

ZEALAND.

Sailing

SHELTON0T*'!

2S.

October.

Tho «hart-labourers' settled.

a.m.

(Transhipping Southern

I.SÏS

GUINEA.

LOHMANN

Chemist», in tin» by all Price, 1/6. ECONIA. TUBEROUS ROOTED. GORGEOUS FLOWERING PLANTS and ture, deserving of extensive cultivation. SINGLE SORTS, 6 different colours. Price, 1/ each, 0/ per dozen. DOUBLE SORTS, 5 different colours. dozen. Price, 1/3 each, 12/ per

penalties.

Full

The

10

V

ROCKHAMPTON, TOWNSVILLE,

Permitting.)

or

Better

dainty

voguef

Costume from Extending

FRILL of SIDE the Has edge. 4 inches Width,

j

Scptem

p.m.,

Telegraphy), (Wireless SATURDAY, NOON.

to

Transhipping Perth, Geraldton, and North-west

(Jetty

materials,

HALF-PRICES.

AT

SACRIFICE

KANOWNA

.GL1DSTONE.

AUCKLAND

From

0

AND

CHINA,

Fares

'Phone:

Sold

bo

2a

Oct. Nov. Dec. Dee.

Steamers.

Through

AND BE TOLD THEY ARE "JUST AS GOOD" AS HUDSON'S EUME.NTIIOL JUJUBES. THIS PROVES THAT THESE nHTATIONS AND SUBSTITUTES ILA VE NO REPUTATION OF THEIR OWN, AND CAN ONLY BE SOLD ON THE GOOD REPUTE AND UIGn CHARACTER OF HUDSON'S EUMEN *vmz.s, TUOL JUJUBES.

as

Textor... Franck... Horrell... Wilheimi,

PRINZ SIGISMUND.I PRINZ WALDEMAR. COBLENZ.?

JUJUBES,

K.C.,,

NEW Luggage and

HAN

_

Twin-screw

NAME OF MENTHOL AND OHIER JUJUBES. IT IS IMPORTAI, THERE! BUYING TO ORE, WHEN BE SURE AND GET HUDSON'S ELJVÍENTHOIi YOU MAY JUJUBES. BE ASKED TO BUY OTHER

clerks for

qualification

comments

the

affected

»i

200

building,

Local

the

case

continued It

old

or

CAUTION.-THE THOL JUJUBES" TATIONS BEING

raised.

the vend his

In

about

the

H. L. V. B.

I

connection

yesterday.

The conference l»s

is

of

for

Sept

1

30.

THROAT, EUMËNTHOL

Antiseptic Cocaine

no

Mundt...

NEW

LONDON,

completed

deviation. which

station,

Sydney

iStlally

station

MANILA,

TO _ITA

im-

out,

Labels,

IN

General

AND

For Coughs, and Influenza,

Vale

he

can

rub

THE

The Great Contain

protest

a

boon In

names

100.

Wood Labels.

for

KINDS, KOOT TO

our

VOICE, HUDSON'S

cattle

to

For

To

2/

FARES:

there the

workers

has

platform

Hartley

the

ALL

ANDERSON

arrangements of mixing, present. Is drawing up

no

ns

sheep,

to

. for

pot», from

Agent

(Circumstances

Heavy up

E¿:

"Wireless" Installation. Fitted with Ail Steamers Fitted with Laundry. All Steamer« Reduced Rates: £SS los; III., £15 to I.,'£60; II., £OT; II., £57 £27 to £3» Return: I., 15s; DI., ccot include the primage of 10 per These Fares FARES THROUGH TO NEW YORK. REDUCED RETURN TICKETS TO COLOMBO. SPSCIAL

Mr. im-

Committee, contemplated

TI«

5

and Cargo forwarded per 1 p m.,

to

J

BRTSB

serviceable

and

style»

is

Exchange).

SPROUL,

COATS,

m

edged prices:

few

Steamer, 6500

All

Passengers

Hopetoun. V VTT REMANTI-L,

Sydney.

Til.

A.

3,000 8,131 8,000 11,670 10.711

Labels,

Zinc

for

Sec

tralia.

A

used

prounion

to

given

Sydney, 1.30

Commander.

2/.

PENCILS,

OF

COLOMBO,

9d.

12in,

1/6;

FAKES

saleyards.

proposed

The Tailors' kaltust

Works ns

evidence at the

provements

tho

Zinc

Oin,

(K1;

1

Federation

Public

the

Lithgow erection

,

for shapes Pnces range

Unpaintcd-per

LABELS,

INDELIBLE

N.D.L.

MAIÏSTEAMSHIPS. GENOA. ALGIERS, SUEZ, NAPLES, ANTWERP. AND BREMEN.

SCHARNHORST, ZIETEN. BREMEN. KONIGIN LU1SB

do

Ro>al

A.

SMART

useful ALL

12.

Tuesday,

SO. for

fnctory.

arms

Employers'

stops

Island

at

against preference being in Government contracts.

tista

WOOD

Not

departmental

the

the

in

Norfolk

criticism

various

the metal, on which never and, therefore, pressed, doz., box of 1/ p«r 2/ per Painted-per 100. LvBELS, ein. 1/6; 2/, "4m, 1/3; 7in, 121n, 3/9 Oin. 3/. loin, 3/3;

Oin,

much

been

in

suspending.

COMPANY.

p.

bottle.

per

(near

_V.

¡New

nect

Transhipping

.1

£10/16/

LLOYD,

100.

LABELS,

In.

sworn

has

From to and

SEYIJLITZ.

more

nothing

ii

Soft

4in,

Council

there

these or

per

4/

6d

is

Lithgow at

£18

application

COPPER.

AND

a

INK,

socialists.

Executive

The new la» been There

that

says

tew

a

on

_SOUTHAMPTON.

L\BEL

everlasting

LABEL We have borders,

front

tot

of

From

....

Toni.

'PERMANENT

a

a

with

is

the

.

PLANTS,

ZING,

i to

.

Pine,

rPTJWir I'

lodged

FRANCISCO. Routes hack to Sydney. PACIFIC v\n. STEAMSHIP COY., or UNITED STATES RAILWAYS, ORESUAM-STREET

All

of

variety

'

,

ENCLAN1 AND VIA FRANCISCO. SAN HONOLUI.U, FRANCISCO. AUCKLAND. TAHITI. SAN CHINA. .UPAN. SAN FRANCISCO. BOUND-WORLD BOOKINGS. Via LONDON. NEW YORK. SUFZ, Via JAVA. SINGAPORE, LONDON, NEW YORK, FRANCISCO. RAN Via CHINA. SUEZ, LONDON, NEW YORK, SAN

(3)

,

IMPERIAL

TO

out from arc sent tteiSo««)" plant» ATTACHED'with have A TAG generally These, of'coutic. name of the the plant. SOMETHING anv time You want not last PERMANENT, MORE x

be-

to

5156.

M

Port

Quay.

AUCKLAND,

(2)

2. September 27. September follow. Submarin« and

ALBION CO., AND ZEALAND. NEW Video. at Monte Wireless Telegraphy. Mall SAILINGS of nigh-class Class Passengers. and 3rd 2nd, from September 7. S.Z., from N.Z October 5. To V. Video. To London. From £."0 From £41

-\TORDDETJTSCHER

5155,

CO.

a

p.!

MELBOURNE, September SATURDAY,

« TTW

£ Transhipping

2S,

_SWGeorccstrect. AHERICA

C1)

and

1st, carrying 0372 tons, 9057 tons,

Saloon Third-class information All

When thoy

reached

reserves

extending, tho ironworks having

strlko

Lithgow

moulders

Telegraphy

T.T-T

P.M.,

be and Bills of Lading mu'rt Office bv NOON TO-DAY. OF N.Z Managing Agents,

AH Documents the Commnv'c UNION S.S.

at

in

SUVA»

to Spceiil Passenger!.-All Heavy ftaggiue must 1 e alongside the steamer before 11 a.m., Monday. Friends issued to passengers P \SSES for Passengers' onlv_.

occurs.

rarely

PK0M

Notlr«

(Ï)

or

SAVTLL, LONDON

REGULAR Steamer»,

REDUCTIONS.

2630,

279,

on

finished.

almost

to

Wharf,

bcr

"

(i)

Signalling CLASS

Calling Fitted with MONTHLY

-^

72,

FOR

LABELS

ne-

this

TJhr'-s

Oovornment

aro

Etc,

SYDNEY.

FARMER'S,

Point, -workshops.

at

Steamers. about about

«all

I

_,

SHAW,

tho

of

that tho is of opinion Fisher should bo el the provided Opposition paid permanent secretary. refused The Broken Hill Council the »Ita in beautifying the Go\ornment Ijeol public buildings. of Work on the third section the on. Is being pushed Coast Railway between tho Manning Toe earth works

Mr

SUBSTANTIAL

WOOD, secured

ONLY ONE CAPETOWN

ARAWA, TAINUI, MANY

sall

to

MONOW,

that

opportunity

a

in

be

to neck waist, ea.
them.

PRETTY

Screw,

TUESDAY,

and

PART

EUROPE.

TO

4 Svn.S AUGUST Circular

MUCURA

LINK.

AFR1C,

ROUTE

Flood's

___D.LOETY

LINOLEUMS

ALSO

to

12,500 tons, 12,0011 tom, MEDIC, and with Wireless

BEST

an

5.

WTItEEMA

I

p.m.,

4

TUESDAY,

September Twin

FIJI,

(N.Z.), TO ANY STATES.

is

LADIES'

5

TUESDAY,

August

J

r0R TtnTTRTMI. MLLUUUK-NL,, \1VT

.

LONDON.

and

PLYMOUTH,

_DALGETY

stop

to

been

SALE,

FuRNisrnxGa

makes

THE

y

regard

Mr.

linds

pair.

CARPETS

£4.606,000.

The

FARES:

8/11,

3/6,

OF

(1)

Apparatus. Ol' ACCOMMODATION. to DURBAN, £11/15/ £24/3/; New £1/10/; LONDON, £10 to £30; MELBOURNE. £25. Montreal, etc., from York, Boston, Quebic, intcrmation on application. and all other Pamphlet* of sailing. LU0CAOE recelicd on day only in Australia. DALGETY and CO., LTD.. Agents PASSENGERS, VIA HOMEWARD TO AMERICA. for the Atlantic Reservation of Berth« Voyage car Star of the White made for the Steamers magnificent Line on to application and CO., Ltd.

3/11

Austra-

actions

plentifully put a

is

Parramatta,

>«d

Button. pair. 2/11,

FTJRNITUBE

Thone»,

The Commonwealth value of £9,1S0,000,

lad

RUNIC, Fitted

SATUR-

on

STAR CAPETOWN, Twin-screw

DURBAN,

THEM1STOCI-KS, NOON

at

via AUCKLAND THENCE BY RAIL CAN.AD V or UNITED

HONOLULU,

Return. £5/10/ Steamer or Rall. each mi». Agenta. and CO., Ltd.,

Ha-r, ?1/2/ DALGETY

^TTUTE

NOTICE

'Westorn

with

Twin-screw sails for BRISBANE instant Saloon Single, £3 Line bv Aberdeen Third

Sydney

the

of

of

ti« ll!

to per

Pillowriip*.-Price.,

per

New

FARES: Available

RELINQUISHING FURNITURE CLEARANCE IMMEDIATE IMPERATIVE

v

has

site

made 2/6

Steamer

tons, 20th

DAY,

to

in

In in

of

trafllr."

farious

The 11.231

Hebrides.

Paterson,

says, raised

is

finger

formed

of

been

communicated New in tbc

D.

ho

Oro?,

tie

Victoria.

complaints traders.

French

k.

bo

situation

further

slight

in

Commissioner

to

Is

&'

BRISBANE.

TOR

THEMISTOCLES,

8UEVIC, PERSIC,

1/0, 2/3, 2/, Hemstitched.-Prices,

7/U

6/11,

and

setback

a

lias

the protection and Polynesia.

the

,

to

threatening

aro

Government the that an will be opportunity given action." "high-banded

Boalclpal

Tie

.

_DALGETY

SHEETS.

Pillowslips, 1/6,

Cotton, per pair. Linen Plain

crop crop

Btatca

Speaker their

Pacific

USE.

prospects.

Wade

An

Cotton Prices.

Frilled of

Urta.

Mr.

FOR

ot

Paris

between

ot

that

expected the exceed

«hows

:

aro

captaincy Australia.

travelling

Is

till

29/6

LINENS

COTTON

WHITE

faonds It

Red,

PILLOWSLIPS. tho

accepted

while

A merchanti tod Antwerp,

and

Hemmed Sheet», Ready for Use. «se.-Prices. 10/6, Double Bed S'6, 11/6, 12/6, pair. 14/0. 15/6, 1S/Ö 11/6 Bed pair. Size-Prices 7/6, 8/6, 10/6, I Bed Single Size -Pnces, 5/6, 6/6, 7/6, 8/6, 0/6, pair. Í0/6, 11/6

been

will

receive medals if British Army

has cricket

English

Ile

son

in

to

the

as

Floral

over

PRICE,

.

VANCOUVF.B.

-

for value and inFarmer's sterling reputation Uncns Is more in Household comparable quality than maintained In the Btocks Just splendid the NewSeason's Trade. Wo up for opened instances: quot

rooognised. Warner

all

Green,

and

READY

HEMMED,

con

youngest Scotland.

fever

despatching New South

are

scale

ians

Blue Bin»

in

and

HOUSEHOLD

slight

a

of the Demosthenes sailing until 2. This September postponed cadets. on tho lïdtttonal expense cadets

to

residence.

The

The

Design PRICE, 18/0

nandsome

Ground,

Design, Green

signalled

underwent visitors. at

enteric is the

Coghlan

(¿ha boys

to

Commissioner's

High

'

who

business

official

his

has

Roses,

Tink, Wreath

Empire

To

J^_Nov_l_

-

YARDS,

2x2}

stan

11 Sep. R-N.RISalls 111,231 tslDouglls, Oct. 0 Schlrm.m... Siils O.fOOtslH. h'DEMOSTHENES¡11.400 tslA._Rnbb.i_with Wirrir*. Telegraphy, Steameri Fitted .""AU New Steamer. h Triple-Screw Turbine. Third-class. Saloon: Fares. £10 London, £57. t? £*-"», from and Durban, from £13/13/ £17/17/. Capetown £31/107. Orient Line, Special Round Tickets for Return bv Oncnt). way s) £S5 (Second-clow £112 (First-class both £120/10/. ROUND-THE-WORLD TICKETS, from Decks. on SALOON CABINS Upper and Bridge \CCOMMODATION of the hishest THIRD-CLASS table., etc on standard. Pamphlet», Time application. in Australia lind CO.. Ltd., Agents

THEMISTOCLES. MILTIADES.I

safo."

Held, unable

George

Sir

and

funds,

and 22/6

This

_

such

should Tailored

a

cannot

-

l'lfeshircs

Brocaded

Ground, Foliage,

Fawn tho

pool

Warwickshire

The itcamer "All

Perta,

operation,

SEE,

Great

Pink t-RICE,

Design

to

equal to.slip of Net

HALF-PRICES.

AT

wonder

any FriU

upon

rely for

.

torilse

tats

progress Britain.

21 Cream Green

it

finish

20.

ARAMAC,

ROUTE._

Is Side

or

SERVICE.

WYANDRA,

f

,

ALLP.ED

I

|

RAZOR.

RAZOR

-

in

to Intended tho benefits.

Is

Brocaded

Ground, Conventional

YARDS,

»

'

'

Vy

TnE

the

materials,

'

Au»tr»lj».

(CANADIAN-AUSTRALIAN ROYAL MAIL LINE.

YARDS,

amalgamate

to

LINE.

LIME

THE

of

variety

SAFETY SAFETY who cannot

'

schemo

trade-unions It

in

Stores.

'

FROM

great

reade.

ALL

LINE. PASSENGER STREET WHARVES.

Ml

VOGUE.

man

the It and

'

A

is

Wharf

Central

In

LTD.,

in

COSTUMES,

TAILOR-MADE STYLES, and a

JUNIOR JUNIOR

GEM

for

-

by

at

ABERDEEN

100

of

HORDERNS' PRICES.

LOW

_

2

rpH

17/6

received

cargo

and

B

ANDERSON, Manager

M-rtln-place._General

COASTAL

POPULAR

FRILLS-IN

BENEFITS

.

SEE,

DAVTB 11

MAIL

ROTAL

THE

lines.

the

the solves prothe old-Etyl« and luxurious he excelled easy docs not scrape or pull. ?Slaving, New' with the JUNIOR SAFETY RAZOR, The GEM this to the EFFICIENCY of adds, still further Bar, »' GEM JUNIOR provides Sa (¿ty Razor. The popular the week. Every for KEEN" BLADE EVERY day in aa the and BLADE Blade adjusts itself, automatically first the it is the consideration. DOES' shaving from the best Razor JUNIOR made GEM BLADES.are patented by the Gera tempered Steel, by a process of Razors), Co. oldest makers Safety Cutler}' (the a keen, edge. and provide lasting several times they JUNIOR BLADES After GEM using the temper and steel ia be stropped-the superior, may as makes them good at BO that stropping

3/6

.

effective Anglaise Embroidery design, the collar outin a quality Muslin, superior lined with embroidered scollops. Width, tiny inches at the b»ck 4J

WAY

GEM

Another

.

beautifully

.

2/11 wonderful

two

each.

SIDE ?NEWEST

CO.,

these

sec

three

CREATION,

ANTHONY FAMOUS

.

have

British English

unload

7

to

fail

not

to 5/11

one

and

.

I

to loaded

Con

PRICE,

.

Limited, SANDERSON, Bent-street

and

Do

ABOUT

^.U.S.N.

LORDS PRACTICAL

]

refuso been

Colouring.

Chinfcs

,

3376.

16/11 Wool

Ground, Design

WATT,

..

guineas,

from

originaUy

.\

now

PALACE

The blem Razor.

-

2x3 Cream Green,

155,

frozen

fc.

Agents,

Tels.,

and

general

Kool,

HATS,

SMART

NEW

"

SEE,

PRICE,

YARDS,

on

freight

LADIES'

THE

to IMPRESS Tha DOWN.

expended at EMPORIUM

.

|

PASSENGERS.

Steamer». Aecommoditlon in New lS.OOO-tnn Special PROMFVADE DECKS, SMOKEROOMS, Spacious DECK). MUSIC-ROOMS LADIES' (ON SHELTER situated or and Four-berth Cabins, Two-berth DECKS. UPPER and MAIN on MAIN well-ventilated DINING SALOON Lsrge, DECK. <1T. £21; £10, £10, RETURN, £S4, SINGLE, Illustrated £17, Circular, triving full parUeuHra. Write for

»clearance.

.

to

Itrikc-breakers.

t

"For of rates to cargo,-apply GILCHRIST,

COOK Commander, SYDNEY 16th SEPTEMBER.

W. W. LEAVES ABOUT

22

speedy

fine embeautifully effective and pretty scoledge being fancy at the back 4\ inches sides

in Muslin, the Anglaise designs, and embroidered, loped at and the 3J inches

.

Society

Design X'3 White vcntiomi

OR

*

Sept.

a

MLND SHILLINGS

way IT

than a SOVEREIGN spent ELSEWHE2B go further mind. TOO OFTEN he RECALLED to cannot DEMONSTRATE it to EVERY PATRON, and We for men; m the LIST that follows ive QUOTE mauere inasmuch as th» INTEREST the FAIR SEX, they for the make SERVICEABLE ARTICLES PRESENTS in the moat OF and ILLUSTRATE

of

broidered

I

2

SIZE,

.

Tons,

ON

Sept.

effect

COLLARS

QUAKER

marked

been

the FIFTEEN

on

BEST WRITE

to

'.will

_

riots

the

during £2000.

city

dockers

The Bremen «hlch tessels

to

8000

I

20|

Briiban« from steamer».

to

prices

CHILDREN'S

have

HATS

I

windows

£70,000.

lasia

Blues

6

Sept. Sent

j f

18

Tickets by these

ridiculous

at

and

LADIES'

our

UNTRIMMED

the is

that

anything

'

SEE,

£800,000.

Amalgamated Servants' the strike pay" amounted

tbnt

»tímales

to

the

cost

Raliway

Tho

for

in

Sydney.

of

and

I

of

breakage

Lincoln

Jostlty

Designs,

<

I

THIRD-CLAS?

FOR

PERA,

_

The

re

of th* working damage to property

tho

amount

will

ANTWERP.

AND

9/11

'

cost

Increased and

services less

are

Arrive

I

r¡.m|Britbanc.|Brlshanc.l

Si-pr. 2 Sept. Sept. 16 Sept. Return First-class Rail available for return

ORONTES...| Ordinary

SALES,,

WOOL

Leave

I

Balance

TRIMMED

'

£500,000.

by

the and

[Sydney.

OPHIR

STE\\n:ns

FOR

and Greens. PRICE, 10/6. 2x3 YARDS. conventional Milite Ground, all-over in Blue and Green, and Green design, and Heliotrope PRICE, 12/11 2x3 YARDS. Floral White Blue and Green Ground, Designs, and Cream Ground, Oriental

SIZE,

last

COMPANY'S

BRISBANE.

TO Arme

I

4

The

.

.

guarantee agrccmont.

Steamer.

CAROO

TRIPS Leave

I

Superintendent,

Pitt-street._

return £11-; Orient

for ways, Sal..

£S5.

PLEASURE in Australia.

WESCHÇ,

Expenses.

available both Second

Saloon Line and

.

a

in

First

'

hindsomc conventional following colours: Green 2xS YARDS White Ground, Floral

SIZE,

Line,

other and

TICKETS,

TRELAWNY,

P~"-AND-Q.-O] NOVEMBER

with

Border, centre, Pink, Blue, PRICE

.

companies

railway

Floral

to

apply

the Rail

Lines.

'

the

Ground,

Information

with including

RETURN Line Aberdeen

Mail Hotel

LASSETTERS.

..

declares not Imply

YARDS,

?

the

With

CORDON Asslstant C3

2X3 White

further E.

by

Superintendent

.

their

the

Bedspread easily

more

connection quoted,

SPECIAL hy Aberdeen I im Saloon

CEYLON.

TO

_

of

decreased

Itrlcted

It

a

far Quilt.

for

;

Telegraphy.

TRIPS

,

The »t«k

about

point and ordinary

Steamer*. and all

In Fares

DURRA«. available TICKETS Bombay and return

RETURN Issued lo

'Wireless

HOLIDAY

-

dockers

revenue

upon their

insist will fulfil

shipowners the

excellent is lightor the

than

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A? DRAMATIC-J. Dramatic

YOU, SOFT-

THE

PHOTOS, TIHS,ÖFTER" IS THESE REMEMBER,

PUT»

Ca

SEE THE

MONDAY,

NEXT

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402 Glebe.

teach.' and

STREET._

if

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HANDSOME

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includes Lux Co

laughs.

'SIMMONDS,

p.m.

to Time

guárante« music. in sir

COLLEGE.-Interviews think It impossible.

'COLtEGE.-^Our

OFFER. FFER

CHAMPAGNE,

COLONIAL

SESSIONS S

5,

21/.

SUPREME EXCELLENCE TO THE ANNALS OT MODERN UNIQUE IN THE SKILL AND CEIVJ", THE SAME ARTISTIC BERN PAID.' HAD THIS ARY PRICES TAIN PHOTOS At A MODER HIGH CLASS ON PHOTOGRAPH INCREASES ITS YOUR ADV.ANTAG HIGH-CLASS WORK. TAKE

THE

Piano, per. six «eeks.

of NOT

correctly,

RAPID

AUSTRAL sceptical,,or

YOU

PnOTOS

DELIGHT

APPRECIATIVE-

Plays.

FOTI). THE Uelodnmtie sensational dramatic «¡tilt. rich in

YOU

SIXPENCE.

CHILDREN

SKATING.

HUMOUROUS AND RFC1TAL, TUESDAY. AUG 20. AT 8 P M MOLLIE Assisted by Miase» MURIEL CASEY, BRUTON, A'-ROSS-BROWN, AND Air (-YRH, MONK FOR Selections from. HAMLET and SCHOOL SCANDAL, BRUTE AVAIL OF A BANNER BFARER, THAT WITHOUT AT TOE OPERA SONGS

PHOTO-

TO THE

PHOTOGRAPH

BEAUTIFUL

THE

APPEAL

Pli.il

bj

Next

YOU

SUPERIOR

WILL

Paji

GAZETTE. the world

of

GRAMME

by The

0,

play COLLKOK CASTLEREAGH

ARTISTIC

INDIGNITY

AN 'THE

CHARACTERISTIC

SO

EXPRESSION

ARTISTIC

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IT

WILL

FEATURE

PLEASURE THE

COnSlDER

>YILL-APPRECIATE QUALITIES

fa» Pit«

parrs

BUYS

new

2.

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can

age

,

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AND

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any age, week«. Technique AUSTRAL no of SYSTEM.-Absolutely knowledge music required. You attain the same result that takes y ear» under old condition«. AUSTRAL COLLEGE.-Interviews Don't be daily. or think it Call sceptical, misguided, imposible. and new have method oxplained to you. COLLEGE »uccess. AUSTRAL guarantees C1 Is, Te«, full tuition, and refunded it cannot read pupil and play in six weeks. correctly

_

PORTRAIT. OR INARTISTIC OFTERTNO AN INFERIOR

ARTISTIC

AND

THAT

YOU.

BY

WOULD

YOU

ONE

STUDIOS

SPLENDID

PHOTOGRAPHS.

SUPERIOR

OF

AN

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.REPROACH SUOH

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AUSTRAL

Office.

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leading appli-

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NOT

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AT

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PLEASE

WOULD TO

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AND

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think Greatest

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new.

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TT7.

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to

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A

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WHITLINQ.

THED.

COLLEGE AUSTRAL ST. Hours, 10

Society.

VOCALISTS. Tuition months' giverSydney Teacher (Italian Method) in each of the cant following Contralto, Tenor. Baritone,

Meno, Apply

.TTÁSPERANTO.u': .'Jl/-HAMENIIOF

muslo any

system

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Day

DAUGHTER,

WILLIAM SECOND DRAAfATIO

Intonation, and all taught (Marchesi and Champion Solo-

TOTwelve

Phil

Day in

SINGING.

Choral

for

Flin

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THE

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PROGRAMME.

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'Mr»

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PUjt

AS A WAITER. acera Foolshead again Comedian, flrat-claas

BILL

P.M.

nAFFËNDEN-SMITH.

for

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OUTBACK. OUTBACK. OUTBACK.

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OT.

tQ

Vacancies

PLANO

quickest

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Q

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AUGUST 3.

MONDAY,

Soasex

Bevlin«;,

CILBERT

by

Director,

^OBODY'S

THREEPENN'OTH.

Production, Breathing, to good singing thoroughly Gold Medalbsta Pupils:

«s

given1

»tten Smart'Valse

the TworStcp,, .Lanccrs/fprapcili-'clq.

.AValtaan'g, Veletai

"Quadrille,

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The Management have no hésitation one this as Absolutely presenting sentimental dramatic greatest of the shown In Australia. productions yet of a story lui» Perfect depiction tratbi" nel'-sacriflce and a Motaer'i Ca love/ Rich In pathos, VUasraph

Indi*

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TOWNSEND

Manager,

Plan

Box

\

USUAL: Od.

Wednesday

necessaft'

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PBIOS,

3d;

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IT.

Intending

Evening.

^creditably

FIRST,

LYRIC

HIS

BALLANTYNE

Goatchcr

Produced

Play

o'clock; Children

many appearing In public inteniewid from New Pupils Afternoon. Voices tested free, pupil's prospects. l»ublic Appearance Omrantccd. -Studio: Nicholson's, »12 George-street

G.

??.?-??*;?.*?.

and

¿hemsaves

..acquit

CERTAINLY

j

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Saturday.

PHOTO-PLAY,

PRODUCTION,

method). ists and

ROBERTS...

MRS,.

IT

CHICLE,

NEXT

ANDERSON'S ORGANISATION.

ACK THE THE THE THE

.

CLOSING-DAY', The

Choral

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METHOD

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30,003

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A SERVANT BARA.M SINGH MRS. PETTTFER

.

this

THIS

SEEING

11

OUT-FOR

Correct essentials

1

Afternoon,

Morning,

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any

No

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over

ENTERPRISE

Photo

.

of

Stage

SEEING

AS and

FROM

?V70ICE

_

MUSIC

with

connected

tit«,

when:

prices

STALLS,

.HUBBARD

as

Act the curtain will be lowered the passage of time to an afternoon five weeks HI.-The Same Act (Night). Act IV.-The Same (Next Morning).

SLAVE.

MISS

A" HUGE

"

WILLIAMSON,'-Ltd.

a-

?*S^ÄLY^PRTVATE'LESSONS

other

dans

will

others cor

allowing furthermore,

MODERN

E.

....

year» elapse. Mr.. Hazlewood'«,

II.-At

SATURDAY.

TRICES 3d

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at

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100

play

sanóos)

NEXT,

with twice

and,

OUTBACK. OUTBACK.

Jt>_to

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to

pern»-»

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knowledge

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bid,

MONDAY them

they

interpreted ANDERSON'S

as

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quickly'impart and "confidence-io

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6

-

with

cash

nut

THE

J

HENRY TI1RESK STEPHEN BALLANTYNE HAROLD HAZLEWOOD RICHARD HAZLEWOOD ROBERT PETTTFER

.

aa

I.-Interior Two

During

THEATRE,

LAST CHANCE OF THRILLING 3000-FEET

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present Australian

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'FAMOUS
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previous « after

IAIREST

seat

to to Herald

spot al

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to

afraid

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Children, at White

FROM PROM PROM

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Run of 100'Nights Prior Deoarture for Australia, WILL ON RE STAGED S AME SCALE AS AT THE JAMES'S THEATRE, LONDON.

COLOUR

SPECIAL

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AND

BROWNLOW,

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Morning,

CONCERT

(Reserved)

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WINTER'S DOGS.

PASSION'S

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BARGAINS Managing Director

PI! Ltd

AT

supervision

WILLIAM that

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SUÇÇÈsi.

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or

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deep In sentiment most loving of

Actor»

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AT

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of

BRADLEY

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MONDAY,

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In

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VERNON NWItv

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fast Tel

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wanted

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Sydney

City

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'

EVA EVA

FULL

to

Programme

Drama

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immediately to he in requested 8 O'CLOCK SHARP.

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all

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ROYA

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PROGRAMM

AND

AND

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,

MERCY.

addition. and Superior include

Superb will

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profca'n.

commences,

GARRISON.

JULES JULES JULES

SEASOt

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of

WESTS

CLASSES,

LONDON OF p.m., 10.0 turned out Prlv.

1

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ONLY

WILLIAM

the London Coliseum, .lame« Brennan,

nARYKY. HARVEY.

the

JULES

'

classes

MONDAYS

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MERCY, MERCA', OF MERCY, Romantic

OF

Coming

NOTICE.

Australia.

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of

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Early noon,

THEATRICAL

acknowledged E

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and till

EDWARD

Manager,

CLASS, Pupils

of the play the audience

and HARVEY. Sons o'.Israel,"

"Two

WILLIAMSON,

and and and

ALL

PROGRAMME.

2/.

SUCCESS, SUCCESS, SUCCESS.

ART ART

OE OP OE

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as

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be

to

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all

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6d,

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15.15. Business

ETHEL and

stage SATURDAY, ACROBATIC Kilt, st.

As

16/.

NEXT,

/

SEEN SEEN

THE

IN

WEST'a AAT-STa AATCSTS.

GREAT GREAT GREAT

ALEXANDER OF PRINCE, of Concertina Plav era. MARGUERITE FRED. ISMAY, MAX, James, The Godfrey Bright Vincent and lea. Two M'Colls,

and 3/ 1/. BOX PLAN

formers,

Ltd. Amphltlicatrrs, BRENNAN. JAMES

Mr.

.

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IN IN

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MONDAY

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PEOPLE'S

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PRINCESS. ONLY ONLY ONLY

IN

PROGRAMME

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Australia,

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all

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TIME

11 AM.

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PROGRAMME

PRINCESS

1/0,

MOSTOL,

AND AND

Dancers

Laugh-provoking

lils

he st ROSE

Reserved 4/. Seats, be obtained at WHITE and at Crowe's Library,

Manager,

AND AND

Comedy

Novelty and

Reappearance

1/.

THEATRE),

Male

CLARKE England's

.1'X

will

ANY

the

ARRANGEMENTS..

and Country'Order» »nd remittance» should a sped»] »taff has been Trices

Cloth

THE

Greatest beautiful

s

COME lo

Saturday,

PICTURE

"

in

Appearance

CLARKE CLARKE CLARKE

Intrrehting STAGE

pm.

r

Home,"

September

PICTURE

THE

1/.

6d,

LOUIE LOUIE

Leading

King

ExtTa,

THE

A

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PLAN 1 LAN

and

GODDARD,

4

112

ATSIT

Dramatic

?¡VTATIONAL J-S MATTNFE, MATINEE, MATINEE,

TRÁVIATA.

Permanent First-nighter» next Monda}*.

good

fittcl undi auxilian

order from Frskmcv-lllcst

I,BCHAVIÄ

or

Weit

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,

Dreadnought

DEUTSTEB.

.

OFFICE

Press

1

1

10ft

KETOH1S

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Represent!Uves B AHCOCK

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grade 10 B II P -duly, Special lfoav) MARlKX MOTOR. Tel ROSI'NE INSPTOT STOChS OtH \ND SVUND1RS LTD 1RANK 1 8 Clarence

White

1

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Novel,

MPORTANT Ticket»

THE

TI AN 1LAS

TICKETS,

tlon

Britlih

BOX

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and ord. Chatsvv d

SAMBOT,,

order

All Sena

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THEATRE. "Back Old

GLACIARIUM

_AND

OllORTUSHA

AA

FRINCESS

GLACIARIUM GLACIARIUM

Presentation of the PICTURE PROGRAMME

GREATEST GREATEST GREATEST

and of the original impersonations Masters of Music, from the late Du Msurler'i George with "Trilby," concluding the death

sccna

TO-DAY

4

Pitt-street

FAUST.

...

coppere

td

I to

RIAL

Kerosene Government

to

Popular Prices, Doors, 0,1 Earl) ROSE (ADELPHI

Ltd.

FAUST. SAMSON AND FAUST. LA TRAA1ATA. AND

.

Evening ._SAMSON

-

¡iftLNTYMILL L

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the

2

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trance

gear

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coppered Several

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as

1

order

Secondhand n\WO Deichst, X. Stannarl xriLURE PAINT,

Engine. to date in ON IMPE world. the

Ioftus.strcet

Navy Esq

FIRST

LA

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c

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can

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sion

tot

BROOM,

and

6In stroke Benzine slow f^ln Four-cycle speed bore, Magneto Coll Wire Kerosene with Batteries, Shaft and Rev Switch Muffler Gobin Bronzo Propel Parts 1er Set of Sparc and 10s For Design Quality £o3 Complete Outfit the Price Also 12 to cannot be beaten at Double thi» 100 at the right prices h-p.,

German S Dark

and

and Doubltf MOTORS Cylinders c3cle or Skiff for Dinghy 2BnP, 4BIIP, road) for Complete outfit with rcveroihle prèicllcre CALI AND INSPECT înstoMUoo at n, low price TRANK Sl.UNDF.RS LTD CFNTRAI "SiS. 1"B Clarcncc-stroet Phone

lloatlng

vou

12

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PALACES

'

himself

attended

MAOSIFICLNT

Route

Nicholl

»

suita Pn|nf Point

MOTOR PUNT

toni

or

THI Engine

FOR

.,.

Thursday

01IORTUSITY 0P1OUTUN1TV

PERFORMANCE Nobmttc Casse

rlRST

Launch Launches for Safe B T 1000 N a Federal Boat Sheds, tor Ta> lor nivv or second »anted, about 16 tons, carry Glebe Island Apply li Moonzie I td. hai d

Motor

Co

eng

Ml

.A/TÖTORT7AUNCIII 1>X Oeo Barnes

ENGINES

Heavy

Oin Fur

SINGLE Bullaole

7000 Doole, Jubilee 3350 tqns

ti

AV D Motor

1

.if/I^TOR'onnTcîûTfor iii,

TOIL

Hunters

tile

me

(ADELPHI

SïitNEY.

WILLIAMSON,

........

OPPORTUNITY

Gloriously

appeal

,

ENGINES,

15

_Nepi

the

TRULY

II

cooled

and

Slips, Patent of every Repairs class utmost with th» despatch

_11

0.

PREMIER

WEEKS,

City

4

OIL

OLVERINL

of tie

must

4 evele l8 !0tt to pirrcluise, indles. 10 engine draught;^aW BOAT llcmld Otbce AlOTOR clair. fllini' crane bi«t O01UNOS complete,'« 1 arrell, in hart) rle I Tjttle.Maftlv, noll better nirc Press, up to.daSTTTO.

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the time

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lUPhRIAL

w

ti

iii

S7"hdgc_ BOAT,

Tel

first

Mort s 1J00 tons

Dock

dar "Oft

ni]mclu

SAMSON, leav3

Marine Oil e Highest grade. material and right up finest SUN THI NEA ER SLT$ particular every all of are used in ports They WALS. »ord If is a household Their reliability IMP! can an best buj get the Fngine money for Write Catalogue ACrSCY of

LAST

SYDNEY'S *

GLACIARIUM

REOPEN REOPEN REOPEN

.

THE

Tirana,

01

SYMPHONY SYMPHONY

A

which

Redfern

MOTORS

veil

built i

W

,

and

tons

IMPERIAL Biilt

YOUR

at

ACCOMMODATION

15 000

rioatmg 1500 tons Fngineenng cicc ted

Admittedly

LAST LAST LAST

FRIDAY"'

low

Bvdney

street; Cent

DOCIHSG Dock

IN

n

i,rctrC

Pionca

'

Sept ....'..'..:...

AA'cdnwday AA'cdncsday

THE

1-aius Heetric Tittings, Repairs wor)^ of si ecnlitj shipping st TRINK!. Ltd 10711 Krnt

or

Aopres»

CO.,

Bays, "

Saturday,

Monday Tuesday

CONCERT OONCFRT.

YOUR A OUR A OUR

one

hearing

_

rNGINEÈMNQ

AND and

Morts

from

Secretary

AETrRNOON AETERNOON

SYDNEY SYDNEY

LAUNCHES

ignition

AVoolwicll Ofiioe 85 Pitt Town 1703 2002 Tels. 178

MVRLNE

Chapman

w»s"

'

i

of

lep

all

x

Boat

Sailing

n-V^rTORPMOT0R_C0 afÖTORS built

a

TORTS

a

PRICES:

Friday

Bay

«ft

spL Gar

Farl to-tie Appointment I)y Special Lady D dlev lady ^'^""Ladl Laïnelics Bine "139 lal up \uirJone

Clarence-street lown Hall) (near



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3O0u

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b

Hrjjton

230

jjl Works

of

DETTCTT.T, DETECTIVE,

ARRANGEMENTS BOX'PLAN the Up to 12 o'clock in (noon)"

ORIGINATORS

Xn

REII

'

rNOTNB

marvellous

ACTING.

CARTER, CAHIER,

Business



SATURDAY SATURDAY.

also

overall

h p guar Clcirvlcw

tins

or

J deck Rav

larvçl M

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same

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2,

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crab

VRBURTON

fr

w«y built

ATLAS

SEPTEMBER

THEATRE,

Direction:

Niagara engine, N Cove S. Careening and Pleasure Fislung B shed Rushc B Banks,

,

LAUNCH £14

Atlas to from now ten j care It« he true will these bullt-and qualities Atlas Is the Boatman, Mr the for YOU into engine to you found that -it pays give we have because service shan real continuous satisfaction >nal engine secure about thd advantages you tell «e youtmorc Ask na for proof in owning »a Atlas?

Dependable

MAJESTY'S

>

and

N 1 R r N O CAS On and SriRIT and TlPES. LAND M^PINF Call and In Stock. Inspect Sole Agents Pitt street and HFILICAR 109

boat,

SAML

ABIIlTA-^TfF qualities Mining vcir as

hla

Including Fanioua

DETECTIVE. DETECTIVE. DETECTIVE.

An Enthralling, Powerful, Repre«entation of an Intenielv A REVELATIONOl' POSSIBILITIES

I

1

TIP

1

THE

TUST

on

inaugurated

PROGRAMME

TTC. New

Uniform hind

Dail$

LAMBERT!,

2-cvl

4

Launch

engine,

plated

Hoisting and Pnmary Edison Spsrklnss

Ú

NICK

street

or

st

£2.

barg

LAUNCH ul another sure

are nginct guar Suit hon-o-^ovvcr Marine Used b> and Tilot Service, market

our

SEASON

CONCERT COSCFRT

LAST LAST LAST

cargo trading suit Mai di In Bond rtreet b)dnc)

and Mast undcrlich

li

fchcnp S MORfeb

It

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I

for

pronptlr

LAST

LAUNCH

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fitted

are

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in

Ltd.

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Avnilirai

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ENGINE

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sin

on

HiüR

191L HORI70NTAI

not

SPECIALTY

AND

D

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LA8T TWO

PICTURES,

POPULAR

"REOPEN

Av'EST'S AATÎST'S AATvST'S AVES1 'S

a

RICKARDS'

GREAT

Callosc's.

.VY'S.

T\RK3

Balmain.

Builders

3

Launch, Bignell, Double-cndcr

Ki.An«

(ONLY)

stan 1 plu

lo

ire

thereafter at

'

X1

UPAVARDS.

both for Station n ore also made P irpofos. vals, AnioSriir and Rene Batteries rnra os mil Dvumi Mignetos Prtcm ers «undrics n I ntine I ull line of Oil BUge Pumps. an1 Overhauled Dil meine»! Rrpured Supplies Oil Li irinei (at ¡standard Depot Australian _Svdncv and Sussex_strest .AVAUGH ICSFPJlSONjJSi^ 30fl behm l?ft Cutter lengtl -OR SALr~Aii\iliirv btandard Ijiginc 1 risco willi 12 h p 6in fitted well found and dead spimd »hil 14 tons weight carry in tri Ung Now Sydney Harbour suitable for Island st Sydney WAUGH and 10SEPUSON, 342 Sussex The

T

STREFT

willi Motor I nundi Suudav morning ply

Ricca

l"ft

"ITvAlRlKNK

Mountings arj

11 MORE

CONCFBT

LAST

ltd

Incy

engine,

roomy wheel

£50

.

FICF

Staidird ti eir rated Bolts. or trading tie lorries and

cm

for

Boards, is the The

HEIR

Pitt-street,

Bav_

Motor

.

other«,

C1 \X

T11LSG

and

ÓPEÍIA

SATURDAY,

PRINCI Particu

ROOF House. 61 Hunter

SPURAYAY

nun

at

TRACY, TRACY, MIfcSJ.OUIE. TRACY, MlbS LOUIE TRACY, MISS LOUIE TRACY, The Dapper Dandy Boy,

at

rp

FJigine page

East

I

S)

1 i-CHT

etc.

16ft Boat

PMOR

8-ILP

and

i n

AMÜSEMENTS

MOTORS.

Launch

,

Pitt

Ibft

cutter

Sale

numerous

THE

Dra-

CLARKE

tentions

commun

Ttav

s

CO

street

suitable

c1

ft

Sale

Í7
Catalogue

A luilt

NEXT

12

1011 1UMP WITTI "0 000 gallons per Li ginecr"s Ofllce 01

Tender

CHlHrEST AH

York

'

work

101L util for the

4

be. Iocs tei der S

6d.

3d,

COMTANY,

I

drift from R.

iggin

Jtowing

»-.I,.

M VRINE 111!

Liigme glide The Li gilles then npirite dev fullv lop

High

e

HARRY

a

i

3in

Sale fast TTvOR X' auto steennp-

I td

OI AUSTRALIAN ACQUAR1E-PLAC1

STANDARD

anybody

cndoi^ed be the case may Commissioner lowest or ai j order

CO-.CIÎKS Cafei

1

L

leasure

FOR

ROM

be

-

OF

SEPTIMBFR OVE OF OR

G' .RAIIAMS and Jenolan to 16 mil

metaUed and Spars J CORM VN or W allon lane, city

50

SAI 1lSft Woolloomooloo

and

C.

GRAND

Will

-o

ofllce

specified etc

IIVFRY

as

Chief ti

lea 1 sails, 2J tons will Lxchangc for

or

>1NT8S

"

SALP D

FOR

D

BROWN

A hard

DI

TO-NIGHT,

,

VAUDEVILLE

MISS MISS

or

August

the Tempe Car Ofilee Ltgliccrs

to

or

The

ENOTNEFR,

iCHT

cliss »It L vtlNCIL

cer I

r\OR SALr elec light Shed Rusi

1

,

MELBA

-nvs

usioi

tils

CARTER, CARTER, CARTER,

'and

PITT

11

TNSTALLATIONS X etc -M e nuke

RESIOVDS

ey

CARTER.

NICK

OCTOBER SO loll IA FRA AND ERFCTION FTVE OF ATORS of 5000 kilowatt» output eich Full Electrical particular». Engineers Office Svdnev 61 Hunter-street

.

STOCK Send for

HEAD 6 M

0

Rail

at

TIVOLI

NEW

DETECTIVE, DETECTIVE, DETECTIVE, DETECTIVE, DETECTIVE.

SUPERB

mHE

Dingi etc Sit Rills, CHANT _1 yrmont_ 21ft x 5 A aruislicd Cedar Motor LAUNCIL 4 cycle engine 12 miles. speed MORRISON and S1NOLMR_Balmain.

Sale

,

--

2.41

MONDAY DU THE SUPPLY, TURBO Al TERS

Tenders

MR.

'

._.

IN

AND for

2.80.

J.

Rickards. 0. Leefe.

NIGHT.

THRn.LINO SENSATIONS DEEPLY-LAID PLOT. A

PURCHASI CROSS COMPOUND COSDLSSING 1SOISLS of with or without direct COO vol llOO-bp coupled direct current generators. I urthcr |iarticulars at the ricclrical s Office Engineer 61 Hunter street Sj dnev

ing

TO

1/

Trainvvaj

Harry John

THEATREai

.

.

'

THE

";'

SPURAAAA

Loini

dates

J

-

Government Fiji and Co Burns, 1 Inlp Mesara and Co Ltd Messrs. Dalgety S S Co Messageries Maritimes

V"

-."''

AUDIENC-Ea

J.

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By

10 carr) speed 9 Oil Mar

Showrooms,

new

Boat

if.

-1

Launches.

TO nt Governm AAales Government Government

SL5LS

TITE

State,

11 ADINO LhADLR

c

the

tUYlUvRl

S tLE, IT'OR benn 4ft pirti culara

CO.,

CONSTRUCTION CELEBRA fr MAIUNL

hTASÜARD

MCK NICK NICK NICK

AUGUST

MONDA"

several 16ft to oí behalf,

Berry

arrangements Clifton

or

10 \ culara pnrt

ki

iltn

Cons

X1

¿LL

Chief

AAorks

Mr.

....

Mr.

at

EVENINGS,

CARTER, CAUTER, CARTER, CARTER,

NlCK

p.m.

1 articulara 1 leetrical Hunter street Sjdncy PURC1I ASK Ol' SCRAP COPI FR, BRASS Particulars Stores AA ilson-street Rtll»a> to» n.

lilley

1

LNG1M-S

Tasmanian

10.0

Covernncnt

1 our

Tni

Melbourne.

6 h p 15 h p ORD

Î

pract

hand

S v.»*

spection

.

MOTOR of the

STANDARD

Imperial S. N

12.10

a-m

a

INHUOIION

Ltd. S)

MARINE

Cutter

cheap

FOR

money

Manufacturers ".JERSLi CITY

NICK NICK

'

IMMENSE

°'v?*}lW'T«»_ndoñ'¡ ?iÄ'TT ThcatTe OQlcc, Market-street DavvSalo

S "4

rpHE

e

ti

Manager

.

TO-DAY,

London and New on a scale of Magnificence in unaltcmpfed Sydney.

NICK

'WARMEST.,

lil.

p

8.37

MONDAY SLP1I HBFR SUPPIA 01 CISIRUUGAI A AIOTOR capacity

THE

also from

CONSTRUCTION

Reib)

...

Tho The

L18

m

i

>?'..

CONTRACTORS

on

and

Proprietor General Manager

tender

1

City

BROS strccl

High

TTvOR

and

li

For

..

49 tons. fastened. bnrcain R an 1 SON

Cutters L-iui cb

of

first

bceonil

P1U101I ginccr«

i

fTvHE ti.

SALl

FOR lift

MOTOR.

Jas. Mr nient it 8-crescc Drunmioj c, George und orders m iii owns in li-1 Nug-fra of Bohnock li Air N tlonal _> p Boj arc,orders now i L> \ with a 5 h p Sligira two Nia of Brisbane with Mr Jas Clark, third a 10 h p orders a a j h and garas p AAlIllams St George s Mr G 100 h p runs a 0-h p Drummoyne Niagara, crescent Mr Geo another of same power and orders and Croki has a 6-h p Niagara, South» L11 h p now orders a 25 of first class Marine We also have a line outfits. £30 reliable^ Motors from complete, save of our Stocks maj jon An ins|cction of

each

Cbn Sale I-nünch 20ft -x 7ft Cm x colin 3ft, seat stern 20 tood sea boat Frisco Stnd. enstd. (1st el 7 m. order) spfced A Bargain. HLARNr 10 Mansfield blrcct Clcbc.

3^1011 ter

PLUS

0 »0

11 43

received

plier

Sin.

SUPPLY PALS etc

Iuvmciblc, of driving

On

3005

30ft all gear, launch otl R. ClirFllIHS

Lt
NIAGARA, MARIST

are.

orders the real prove Henderson ¡st

Repeat

THE

Albort

the leaving Í.NCINEFR Pitt

RELPH, Cit.v_to

Thone

street Sydney Queensland

11 ICH

1

TUG FOURCYCLE

street 4

Brokers

MORS1

FORand Motor

and

13 Market at Brisbane

be

(noon)

panv

IL

Sole Agent CONSULTTNO

H. SALE

to

and

Svdnp

Fxpitrss.

cr

-sec

MOTOR Dock.

Woolwich

0

£50.

AGENTS

BUZACOTT

THE

I

64ft loi g Oft extended tout», having willi ousliiomd scats tables lavatorv and Copper Boiler cockpit cloths and all round

A COWPI

M

\dvcrtisomcnt INvlNUBLl

-nVURBANh.3

Equipment,

a

Greatest

and and Crare, hitherto pleteness

'

on

2S 1011 THL SIJPPIA 01 US11 OHM CLOTHING WATTE 1 ROOI an GAI« for the CLQIinSQ required aid Tram Serviles 1 inng tie vaj jeir ltailvay December 1er and cn 31st 1U12. Ten form ling further lara at ti e Stores AA ilson partía Railway A preliminary to street, NevAtown deposit equal mu*t 1 per cent of the value of «ontract accom

lars,

NS._Shipbuilder

__^_Sjdne)_

t

7

will

MONDAY

and

Standard

Moore

Launches, Launches.

al1«)

»jmplctc

-1-

SOLE

sizes

Jackson,

Alfreda

Auxiliary Motor Lnchs.

Motor

order,

Work-,

0 h p-,

line

order

Soi th AAnles OIUcc (1 e of

-«o clock dermentioned

ï

cheap

Cruiser

cdpi

I

accounts.

FOR

FORthe

trade.

4 to

SYDNEY

all

fuel,

15

lvFTCH an

SALE, several tons cabin Mt,

and for

designed

follows

na

Latent

NiaHTLY'.

ENTHUSIASM,

above

e

11 48

10

7

Solo

extra).

I

motor

pleasure spcclaUy

58,

OJS,

Sjd

accept

.>\

I

PRIDE,

waste

9hip

pcrf

manufactured trade,

Fngine

tin

suited bas

particularly

power, auxiliary Australian the

built

centre

Cruiser Motor

lv

Tel

a hlgh-grrdc tho Coventry,

Ne»

rrtENDFRS

(KEROSENE)

uiTjisnt

MOORElirVD Cop|tored To close

ENGINE

MARINE.

ti

Secretary

tT?)_

In the matic

NEW

ROITOD^FAVOtJlirrE,

WELCOMED.

AUGUST

on

J

SALI

of

a

launch

of

A-10 20

f

'

U'roctloa

v

WEST'S

«

3477.

MARLOWS DRAMATIC

POPULAR

AND

Bj

SALE CEDAR DINGA 8ft YACHTS Sculls 2»ft Cedar Pleasure complete 20 Skiffs, extra good suit 3-deck Sailing Boat complete for Picnic and Business LAUNCHES auxiliar) Hire. CHURCH and CRAWFORD Baths and 41oatshed ABBOTSFORD

for of

bigbear

since

»ill

Bay

2

8

x

able

IGNITION is the

27th

run be

10.4L 6 _1 7 1ft,

6 ?4

4.41

Stall

TTVOR

street

George

place

to

Two splendid Speed buildh g boats or larger C. IL RUP1L CONSULTING Phone 300.) City_S9

X1 Clelland

M

Warehouse,

41

CRONLI1

4 3

electricity

60ft clients

HAIL

S3 PITT

st

30 ton Cruisers

FOR Auxilnrv

p.

Parta.

Duplicate

BROS-, SYpNEA (near

h

3

from

SVL1

we

that

4

1ROAI

build. Noutn.l

ice aid chest, folding luuitr) with I runus and Stovn with cushioned and weather scats co nplcte \ mgaüon Outfit live Motor ia an 10-1 fo ir hndcr p c) OH Mofor, capable the yacl t at « si cod of L.J miles lvour per DOOK and ENGINEERING CO MOIWS Balmain

the with

giving satisfied

ot

thinking

of

best ni

s

Ml-REPriH, Apply J Botan)_

Motor llni~class for cruising iu)d -saloon furnished

sntalle n commodious sideboird

_

are

,

ENGINE

TjwS modemSUJTLMOTOR beam,

ALL-THE-TEAR

LLNK.

YSD A-H)f¡"

SUlHI'Itl

C1 irence-strcet

S

Ictors, Invincibles 3 Bond stn et

1

smoke No

new

Uiy

J-

1

civilised

every

Australia

is TOUCH PAA YOU Stock in in

Lngincs

25-h.p.

Bole

achieved time that; an engine manuf-ictm-rs

just

largest

i

Ulus, Hercules.

exhaust I c)clc J P

LAST TAVO

Great THE

JjVYl

O has

in

1 46

10R COI

Tin Rl

be

»ill e-tahlc

CRONU1J

,

sime.

LvUNCHTS Union Frisco

PvDH-i,

lift,

Temcc

Ile SUTH!

10R

Sjd

fl-st

arc

INOUÏ,

r>

MUST for its

Engine

an

to

there account

Engines

WORID LN Tlir their and maintain supremacy comer of the Clobo. in in use Upwards of 2000 are If utmost satisfaction. j ou your

to

SUCCFSSt

of 6 years. Cov made MR tlio Bl

1 erro

I«OYv thej of Marine

that

assnrne

what

for a moment short ice s|

(

I

reasonable

In this SOMFTHINC EXTRAORDINARY

other

FISHtRHS

Rep,

Sundivs.

???'

MISS..ÖIBBS;'

WITH

SUNDAY,

THF,

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roous.

I

'

ÏFURNITURE

Mirpal _Yasmar SALE Massive TTTTOR Overmantels Ä7 also

low

lease long Darlinghurst

Sussex

_Pax

lent Nest

a

ne

lot

ree

door« Music oft L

r

to-daj

FTjRNlTLRL

con

~

ti

STD

1

-*-

rent

g

Children

h.

,_.t» pOR afterSale

large

corner

eil

AthoL

Norton

Peran «t

Desk Post Mate rd

ct_Arncliffe a

114

vi?

bulator LciU lnrjt

lor

¡TSol dentiit

office price

and

Arncliffe

muht'"be"m

WA.N1FD Dl-ivvcrs.

G

AS

STOM

tood Mr^.

lorai W

bulator od ard

il«o

P 0

1

irue

Chest

of

Giiirpae.

"-'---r

f

I

return.

p.m.-S.S.

v-,t

1

Fnf» Bot Urns,

QUANTITY Carpets

Furniture of an S roomed Chamber« select Residential and c baths. No Dealer Park road

for

phone

£2000

leading Burwood

fonts 1*1

eil

Svdnev*_

Sale

vOR

J10

excellent

Musc

dwell

large

4.4

nncc

3

c1 cai

gkvys Cal Grill M Her str-et

vol«.

TAMAR,

Co Castlereagh GROCFRY early_14 furn people Ï9& Chan here RESID buvs_£5a Castlcrcigh-st _U Hahdsv Confec bhop ~gñí] GROCFRA £S0 lot aOl Dowlingjt_M Pk for SAL! horse carts wash» LAUNDRA achi ham _utensil-s:_^Fthainst_Lewi LSTAB veil rtP^vricc-USO BOARDTNC Oxford e-tmtt 3"7 st Piddington_ v

SERVICE, River

SPIT

>.OU

1

Hunters

lo FEFT

FOUR Bookcase

cash

£3o0

in

st

Bargain £2a

illgoods best

off

in

paid

\

smart

Hrld

Clarence

Vegetable Charlotte

£S0fl-

to li Utting»

usual mea*»«*»

cent

Office_

letona

30



Stat rent

Alixed

CLIFTON,

the 8.0a,

tied

mach

tj_hus

c

_estem 1

ATHOL, playing

"

S BUS

A

if

Goods «hall

inspect traveller

per

be purchased URNISHING ^o th "treet

can

"-LITE

PO_

citv

central

<íalc

28S

and and 10

H

!>IPPRM

TEDERAL George

\NTED

BAKERA

»","«

N Z

Herts),

for

e

TERMS

AN\

"

vv

lines, country enand previous SHOW, Newtown P.O.

address

W1XL FURMTURF

£*"|

all

£2o

Boarding 41

people

reason.

our say

street

EASY

Piano« Silverware eh cles and liars any partie BUYERS

\

BEDROOM Stand Chairs

all

gagement. Bn

DÎnc7n1r~Âi>d' 32S 0'r«Sh-st

good

ill

piling

GOODS la low Ij

CONFI-CT

Bv

opened*

it

to

"

Churchl

good

fill

LUNCHEON delth rent

s

week]}

Ham»

Catalogue

write

Call prices

BUYER''

_^60

st

about

Mix.

ROOMS

T"

MZ,u.

for

Y\"OOD lease

for

or

lowest, inquire will

COMPANY from

ON Call

amount and

full

you

1

Lap

_CASH LT

Herald._

Bus. to Alpa.

parties,

if

the and

an

Desks,

and

st

Splendid op Herald Office.

in

-

KEAM Merchant General W est George street

Furniture

rms.

tnrnov £30 horte carts ab £1QQ H M AV colwich _pl low and Coal Business best position easil handled Crow cheap T Cobb

Continent.

_AUTO-NOVELTY, GARDENS f/ÖÖLOCICAL

WorldVR.ecord~Sv?.

to-day

the from

on

and

and

w

'

Automobiles, and Newest

Aeroplanes, Best the

Kirships, Absolutely Hage the

etc.

5/ 6/ 7/6 10/

worth. worth,

Stocks Send

Business,

trade

Herald

ETC COMPANY on TIME PAYMENT terms easy

F^

Waverley

invest G S4

rms

fine Ltd.

JMN

only

£4 rd

plant

Haberdashery

Price

,

GROCERY stock g

AMUSEMENTS.

TTP-TO-DATE

Accom

and

Choice Sites, R. and W

com

£50 Rozelle

li

Bus. good localitj cheap A.B C.

Dining August

LLNCHEON leaving colonj

GRAND CONCERT, Children's of the Defence Stige AUGUST 2ftth, 1911, S p.m. Is. R. O. MARTIN, Secretary,

good

op

and Tob tradesman

for

"VpLLlNLRY ivX suburb

city.

Auspices 2» and

House

-"0

SAT

Counters Office -Show Cases Nest Dr« Chemists Fittings Barbers Chaire Mirrors ties Scale» Dentists Ceorge lampsFLLIOTTS 403 Outside t_

compelled

Launch

GAB

safely H.

up P O

ctr} Paddington

5s weekly allowed the £ is Our are prices Call

in

weekly weekly weekly weekly weekly

2/5 3/6

worth worth worth

_90

Harhonr

Pyrmont_

and

Moore-street._

worth

IjMNAL.-Last -P niturc

chp. est

Fliabeth

°1

Sale Lssendon

chance

al

Chips rd

DRESSING

C.

TUESDAY,

Societv, Tickets,'

have

since

the

Under

Mude

r"°"cu

Solomon, G.U.O.O.F.

House,

A

childI

¿if

C0LLEG~R=Feë7~by~~Bolt-T-T-^T. Included.

Ocean

Office,

ODDFELLOWS'Elizabeth-street,

/ouNew hai^TccoipüshTd Method

m

S.

and Bridge

PISH

FAIRLAND,

Secretary

"

Australia's

Mnrir.

U Piano

COLLEGE holds Over 3000 pupils

H.

long

BUSINESS sound

n.

MERCANTILE.

of 3s months.

TY

for aty

and

city ladv

solid

s st.

town

good

Oxford-st SUBURB Next

Eut

is

£20 £30 £50

Ap

good chance King street_ up-to-date plant

for lease

Laundry Man has Wholesale

6d.

worth

3

A Discount in paid

£5 £10 £15

Confectioners Keith

aecessones.

Suburb low rent Branch.

plant Herald

100

in

?*.

SALE Yield».

pnce

combined

Applv

Premier

about abo\

price pnce

King

XfiTJRNITURE

Par O

sack» per horse. 5

Coffs

Motor

D burst

business strictly pnvate before elsewhere purchasm~ prices FEDERAL FURNISHING money one door South 809 George-street

Apply

established and all

Mao

Office

_

the following worth 2/6 weekly worth 3s 6d weekly

on

oon

pers

Carrington

Herald

that wants working IN B Newtown

one

Bus. agents. BALFR1

no

Hill

£5 £10 £20

all

grand

Laundrv £a0

extension

V._1S56

STEAM _turnover

MATCHES,

P.M., N.Z.

r

'

lSaonTTolTwiTl

Sacred

or

COLLEGE.-Wc

LEXANDRA

A.

BALL.

Liverpool), Surrey),

RUBBER -um

Prop

&«, (South

GOLF Hilton

H.

Rouse

Dance

Cri0,-LÏV0E--," do not neglect

ALEXANDRA ney College.

the

Hall

CO^ECE.-Tr^TT^rprise of othersT

has

3.15 I.

ADMISSION a

own

for

BUTCHERA up to-date

TO-DAY.

CORINTHIAN

should

AVell Launch

FOR including portunitv

and clear

«d&JT

to

city ~or or

FURNISHING FURNITURE

SUPPLY

|

bale best suburb turn concern offer genuine going PO GFNUTNE Coogee

A

_ORTON SALE

Ground.

JO

Herald_

mnc

Cbaro

Office._

position

D

no

"_

y._IIerbert__Herald_ or Stat partly_Herbert_Herald_ _or Business, Suburban News vgencv Herald at once Duxford to inspect £1,00 ioO or £150 Paying Business genuine lohmton st Ándale Casi II J vvestem Suburb Luncheo l or anv good pav ins Tea and H Ne vtown P 0 B sincss stand invest gation_S

_FÜBUITlTBIa,

for

week Apnlv

per

to

,","

TTIEDERAL

clears

furn

rooms 11 £J»

to

io up

^~r&

etc

COMING

a

suburban business, tnaL Cenmne buvera F H S

nicely £llo

vvklj ckness

s

agents. Bus. BOOT week per

A

C.

TEA

PO.

llj^QJ_ilarkets

Chambers clean

furn

agents.

Applv AlcKELLAR L ROOMS centre

cheap

no

¿\.

17 t

and

good

Gre

A.

«

from

Jeffries

views

Tobacconist busv suburb

Herald

no

«trcet

just

?gt^g^jg^

Box

wanted

5=»

^,a*

^^^T-J1"^Belmore.

Bu^gs,

Pnce

EASTWOOD Princes

fitting-,,

for

and in

ísed

sale

BOARDIÑrrESTABU3HME\T

at

]

Office.

growing

,

SHOP

S

through

£foQ

Stand.

PAVTL10N.__ TICKETS. S.

reí

BUSINESS

THEIR

P.M.. CORONA v

VETERANS

refunded lessons.

to you want leam ye«»' study

thousands surprised LEXANDRA COLLEGE.-NOW Commence today and leam

?

31 inches, Menlscm x

of

pects

mant_

to_cairand"hâve

Schar«, tch. my

"Wd.

says: COLLEGE.-If drudgery

to

Grand

street.

[-1ASH

over

GROUND.

HOCKEY 2

splendid

I

over

£450

Greengrocery offer

Provisions, week open any lease 4.17a

per Good

ACKSMTTH

sag

_^^

BUSINESS

Business and. dwell 614 Darlin^-st

Electroplating

reas,

_B EESIDENTIAL cleinng £4

TEMPLE,

COLLEGÈT-After

LEX\N;DRA be able to

ac

you



poa.

GEMjrVE,_G.P

c/o

eood

Beef

HA[AM £6 apply

VATRLAND,

TO-DAY.

no

CLAS3

quaric

to

going

stock, selling

town ootna; refreshment»

good shop Campbell

reg Fruit

SALE

OR

Bus

ROVERS.

CRICKET

GRAND

if

GROCrRY £100

extra

H.

taught

v

for 2s;

Sell in

to

WANTED plete plant trade

country and Franne

smallwoods Apply

£130

cart»

good

in

BAKERY w»ek

|

Jlaj-market Anp'r

for

HeraId-__?????-, Residential M»ed sou7d

WANTED WANTFD WANTED Grocery WANTED valuation small WANTFDBaker _Apply

Land

splendid opportunity 358 Pitt st capital for Sale Retail Florist s Bus. ill health retiring through stre»t Jamieson city_

"IB

Apply

»trcet¿

I

next

Sale

and

l_s,

st.-. main

H.

HOLSE

£80.

ana

rent

Cleveland

Couple

Brenca

FIRST

£50

_«.""

PO

dwelling small

concern

yra.

BL

Secretary Moore-street.

24

Home,

YDNEY

Newjfethod.

Pianist,

LEXANDRA without

It

ii

and

"Ingenious invites

i

Half-price,

8.

Office.

months record

Marshall

COLLEGE.-Hcrr

"LEXANDRA

snd

start.

Photography, light, compact,

on

15

GLEBE.

LADIES' AFTERNOON TEA, PRODUCE MEMBERS MUST

and with

as

P.M.,

ROYAL 6d to Ground. Children

lesson

Visitors explained.

XV

|

splendid 3 month» Herald

reason

Hdrdressmg good position

Sale

WHOLESALE going

MATCHES.

LEICHHARDT

v

3.15 P.M., NAVY v

-Snug Stock

No «gents._._ -RESIDENTIAL

I

is

city

partnership established,

read

Business

Grocer} about

J-iB Reply ANTED CÔnfêctioTery

A. -A-

large

House

Property

PRINTING

6

"

Shop

or

wanted

O-___ gd

etc

JurjiJlillB._;--j-=

W^berFor^otlier

one

BUSINESS on account street Welling

last

agents

Drink».

|

Branch_

for

and

TO-DAT.

1.45

in-

no

wav

st

Summer

BOARDING

SALE,

cash

W7

,

SALL,

for doing

street,

Jewellers.-For heart of sole health

well

profits Herald

shop tradesman

GROUND.

FOOTBALL

SOCCER

ADMISSION:

9 o (Waverley) to win,

reas,

ffn.

suburb.

agents

Ltd.

Pty

old est suburb

shop ill

application

on

good

26. clock:

Stalls, Secretary.

CRICKET TO-DAY.

Piano.

At

Gallervjls; CARRICK,

F.

3s.

GYDNEY

Play

and

culara

OLDBusiness

August one

rounds,

Twenty

(Bondi). of

GRAND

old estab extreme

ESTABLISHED

GRISDALE, Jockey

10 rounds. Fred. Dawes

£200

WATCHMAKERS cern, etc.

handsome

TO-NIGHT.

CLUB,

8.15: Pre!lmin«ry Clever Lightweight«,

ridTwacer

»

State

ADVERTISING dissolution owing

«tk.

11th.

SON;_

The "Recrió"

leav

city rea««

Lcc¡once, hardt

old es-ablisbcd selling O

and Muted

Residential W-ANTED abolutel good localltj

1886_

Opportunity leading Agency commissions turnout

owner

X

Ltd. Club. BeutUry HEAD. SYDNEY BY MOTOR. FARE 5/ PER owned Cara, of the powerful Touring lately lc»ves the Government TourCompany, by the S.M.D. on her ist Bureau, Challis House, Martin-place, popular Orange Grove around Parramatta and the trip« touring before 5.30 p.m. District, at 2.30 p.m., returning Daily, all and particular«, Bookings, Handbills, THOS. COOK and or Government Tourist Burean, Challis House. Martig-plsee.

and

la,

Greengrocer Cash __Haberftcld Haberdasher} wee. £5J £15

'Sydney_

Pitt l63 BROKERS

.n

Bus.

Herald_-.

and OH

Hun F

and Run

,£300

sell

Percy

Carnngtoo-street

s-chambers and Business

roll

ply_Proflt

ATHLETIC

Client

no

Çhmbra, Office.

Waverley_

it,

Cowper

by WANTED and Ved «ry

to

FRUIT Must

COULTER,

16

Hotel

£100

SEEING One

/XATETY ViAt

Apply

rent

good

Programme,

see

particulars

23 email "53

Mooney

Iron district

AVoUongong »nd

EXCEPTIONAL and Estate

sovs

1 male.

SEPT.

accent

Resid Herald

or

Cr-cngroceñST ft

0

£

up

Darlington-_,

stock offer

good

Married

to

apply Co

apply

parti-ular» FRUITERER

and

MONDAY. shout SEPT.

or

no-sharpe.

in

correctly

New

(Grocery Northern

and

_ESTABLISHED

furlong«.

J. Newcastle

fee._

first

and

BUSINESS Coast line

South

on

or

N S AV

G P O

100

horses 10

health

ill

\TT7ARDEN Vi Hoffnung

furlongs.

HANDICAP

City.I

to

particulars Connell

GRIENGROCERY town

Further

turnover

in

concern

going £400 For John

Mixed,

any etc

or

price,

healiL

ill

HOP Fruit cheap

i>

I

freehold and HOTEL goodwill Vendor retir western town. Tip top UN Particular» from CLEMENTS and M CARTHY Bathurst etc. BUSINESS

full in dwell-

Office_

agents.

o

i

wtA

parties,

H~~.AM. ^rStrîSs. -CTOR Pnvate -T Bourkc-st "DELMORE

concern

going B ABO

3951.

bear decent

or Residential Boarding P O Loretto W Jliam-st

«nd

Frtrit

and all

Beef

King-street

SALE. FIRST CLASS

»gent»._I LUNCH, REFRESHMENT for suitable bargain

a.m.

3445

open l8 world's

holding

play

COLLEGE.-Country have

a

£

KODAK

POCKET

pocket and can

cannot

lav

National Library of Australia

10

Office,

in

t_"__^____Agent», SALE Country TfOR X1

|

to call learning

j-ou

COLLEGE.-Fee, does

LEXANDRA and call

çaj-s:

snd

expert,

the

ton, of Ouar at and S p.m. »nd 8.30, 0 15,

p.m.

The

IN

_

Pupils refund

invites method

A'ou

ALEXANDRA of Melbourne, COLLEGE ALEXANDRA Lesson Free

elótlM

health,

more

become

right

Incorporating

«ide 3.10.

2.30

Teaches lessons, or

COLLEGE.-You or

asking

Clever

Terminus),

Tib.

AJ.C.

BYRNES,

COLLEGE-Just Still Pupils.

ALEXANDRA Flat«, Scales.

A

FAMILY.

from Jetties cast Picnje 10.15, 11.30. and 2.15. 2.30. from Bald Rock, Balmain,

SEPT.

HANDICAP

PYRMONT

COLLEGE

LEXANDRA

A ?tV

clothed

ia

grows

splendid

Price,

W« do

and

good

G-BÖCERY tkgs.

Opportunities.-We

TXTE

ti

aid

in

etc.,

working

roan

mongerv)

(Hoff. offering

Silver

173 Pitt-st-Hours, I p.m. 'Phone,

wonderful

LnidAMP>5oM Old Method,

LAWN, the

including

o'clock-,

6d._

Children,

_?

SYDNEY_

TIME!

pictured. Join

THIS

GET

If

CONCERT

ATSTTTNG AFTERNOON.

LEXANDRA spect this

BUREAU, HOUSE,

snd let es «how how in yon simple trouble and cumberaomeness. does sway with all from and that please curate, easy-Cameras

BAY.

Harwood,

given.

mo

no

SUNDAY.

3.10

Gus Nell.

for

(ion

us.

the and

to

a have for SALE good soUd Bustne-a, railway stock £2245. VV of the best northern towns, Mountains, on the Also another in a good district £800, stock and CO HENRY BULL Ltd» York street

28.

RACES.

HANDICAP

SPRING

THE

first

*

THE

choose

yon

matic

CONCERTs"on~7hc

WELTER

COLLEGE.-Absolutely knowledge ALEXANDRA of music Tunes required. lesson._ COLLEGE.-The only in the system ALEXANDRA to Leam Piano without drudgery. _world

the

?

ATTRACTIONS.

Include Victor MVIT«, Katie Clune and Vera

Steamers

00

iJMiiila.

POPULAR Artists Ml&cs

EVERY

August

yards,

Hon. Secretary. COCKATOO DOCK. DAY. SUNDAY

ÍÑ

ALEXANDRA to p.m.: Saturdays, COLLEGE ALEXANDRA Piano in S perfectly

Vocalist.

RESORTS.

PLEASURE

EXCURSION

SPECIAL

LTD.,

DEPARTMENT, ANNANDALE,

CTIARMING

.TWO POPULAR

TRAMWAY

THE

THE

COLLEGE.-Professor

Nature

PEARL

MONDAY,

on

p.m.

1» M.

(Debussy), (Chauvet).

POWERFUL

Is:

"

if

AND

CLONTARF

THE

THE

..

EUCHRE Institution DANCE in »id of the above from August 20th to TUESDAY, 26th ame Ticket» will be used.

The

¿3 Ö

Suit Man. energetic Fullest informa

for Lifetime the country £100 ROSCO Herald

aboat

3951.

City consult

must and

Grocery 154 Rose-st. Tea rms

Confec strictly

Business,

No

BALL,

fl

comfortable.

more

never

Come

O

4

SOVS.

373

IisKRietion.

Flserage.

or

COLLEGE,

TOBOGGANING

AND

Director_CHALLIS

Acting

26th.

Honorary

able

and .piiBUIT X1 leading

FAIRYLAND,

(Violin).

ITTT-STREET,

AUGUST

HALE,

st

WEDNESDAY,

at L30, wiU run from foot of Erskine-street _sers and 3 p.m., streets. 2, 2.80, calUng at Cove and Punch Sydney. 6d Return. From 2d. Fare from Balmain, UPPER LANE COVE.-From No. 7 Circular Excursion at 10 Ouay, Trip» daily Jetty, a.m. and 2 p.m., connect with Launches at Figtree Killara and Seven miles of beaufor Upper Reaches. famous Field of Mars. Return tiful scenery. The

AT

IN

MUSICALE,

SATURDAY,

Wortes

Engloutie" and Musette"

and

September.

KOSCIUSKO.

wiU be driven to the and the cuesta Immense snowdrifts, during Spring Kosciusko The days are tunny, weather on the Ridge is Just ideal Spring rarified air one feels all the vigour ol youth. in the shoot in the season looks its best The fresh vegetation The at this scenery clear to the scene seen the atmosphere lend s charm and enowclad peaks through

THE

188

Session«. Free

Mrs.

BE

KOSCIUSKO SKI-RUNNING

"Stanmore. been

Cathédrale "Berceuse

POSTPONED

'

snd

gradee).

ha»

doss

"__,

all

OF A SALE WORK. Cake«. Flo»*«, G.F.S. wiU be opened by Li Lodge, ST. JAMES'S ia HALL. Philbp-street THIS DAY*, at 12 o'clock. Members, 1»; Sixpence. AAreisrion. HOSPITAL-The

'

scree.

Jude.

HIGH^GKADK PIANOS, .

BEALE

OCT.

30tht

WILL

interest

I

AND

Rundle-st, Adelaide. Hay-st. Perth. Koorabool-tt, Geelong.

g7

(all

M'KENZTE

MATIVEG

GRETA

10SS

Jude,

ORDER *7 TRAFALGARST., Hunterst. Newca'" -,

D!

Victor»

Candi-

all

SEASON«

SALE of a

PATENT The Chance

rafle.

1

NEWCASTLE

_he

GROUND.

AT

F.U.C.O.

to

SKATTNO

w RAGQtO,

CUSTOM,

MAIL

117

Prizes

sdded.

sovs,

FOR

mile.

FOR

CONCERT.

FAREWELL

STEWART.

WAREHOUSE,

PUNO THIS

EUI». Stark.

L.

BEALE

"

"La

man)

TEE

O'Hara. O,

and to get and it keep not consider trouble too any great no small your order may be. AVe are in tilt position to to best supply your advantage any order» (or music to entiusted for we must us, always hold at our Head Office stocks for the large of our supply new Music which we arc Departments, to our adding business the Commonwealth. throughout For many months past we have becu these organising departments, secured the services having of capable managers, willi experience lifelong in the trade, and te are able to fill thoroughly all wants in Music your Every line is and we have no old stock. up-to-date, AVe wish to deserve your recommendation to your friends, and we »hall to take great pain» please you if |0u lend us an order. WRITE FOR OUR MUSIC CATALOGUE,

a

2ND

Jade.

.

YOUR

Book marks

WARWICK

EUI».

....

.

WANT it we shall matter bow

M.A.,

Bonheur.

D, E SOUND-C, DAUGHTER-Compas»

WE

SEPT.

MUSIC

D.,

li

_111

MARGARET'S

has been in opened Sydney. be held in DEC., 101L La«t day All Candidates 85 1st, 1911. receiving will awarded SPECIAL be SILVER

Bingham.

.

,

GAUMLKÏ-il,

pointed

TIPPERARY-O,

Eb, F . DO NOT FORGET-Bb,

BOATS.

PARTY

Mildcnberg.

O.

TO

MOTOR

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4C0 New. Cavendish-etreot, G. C. HELLEMANN, A.R.CJL, Examiner for Dec, 1911._

Tel., Mr.

Petrie.

.

Of

CYCLES,

SPECTACULAR

GRAND PROCESSIONS

Centre will

of Entry, Nov. more marks or MEDAL al«o (all grades); dates who obtain SO to St from Sec., Syllabus, etc., D. HENRY

EJH» i-Uia.

.

ROSES-Eb, G

Dt, Local Examinations

Salrage.

F

INCORPORATED, JOHN GREIG,

Founder:

LORD

.

PARADISE Eb,

MOTOB

LOBBIES,

MOTOR

CABS,

EVENING,

Examinations, for Exhibitions, and Certificates, Medals, Centres, Sydney nnd Country

COLLEGE

BRITISH

Jude O

MOTOR

_Registrar,

J0*1 Tour»,

.

MINE, F

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.

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OF

ENTRIES

TUESDAY. 12th SEPTEMBER.^ CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.-Hem TMTT-STBEET Lilian Frost ?L by Miss day, at 8, Organ Recital, Monk. »»fitted Gotsch and Mr. Cyril by Mia» Leonora "fantaisie" in F" (Rotseau), (Bach), Organ: "Toccata "Scherao"

WAREHOUSE._

COLLEGE

furlongs.

tools,

OCTOBER 7th. SATURDAY, at Examinations held various Centres during OCTOBER, NOA-EJtBER. DECEMBER, ENTRIES CLOSE 13. ALL WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER information from Forms, and further Syllabus, Entry S. GORDON LAVERS, 67 PalingVbnildingj«.

Piecolomim.

NOT

ÍR1MK0SES-C,

ADMISSION. ,

SUBJECTS: Mandolin,

MUSIC

SOO

HANDICAP,

«

Herald

wanta agents.

No

bodies,

Apply

COLISEUM.

YJÍ.C.A.

Practical

Squire. McGeoea,

.

SHALL

OR

DAY

200-sov«.

HANDICAP.

WELTER

added.

«on.

a

SEASON. SEASON,

Music

Incorporated. IN MUSIC. EXAMINATIONS THEORETICAL. PRACTICAL AND

Somerset F,

LtSSONS, FOLLOWING

THE

THEORETICAL

.¡.

GREY-Bb,

SUBJECTS.

SYDNEY

King. Adams.

.

Studio«:

THE

175

1108_

CO Phone

Business locality where and

24J

Buyer

ANTED £100

¡NONF L, Give

several excellent have Shops every men. us, the Sec practical CotH Syaney George-street

small pnces. buyers. waiting and AITKEN

and

BUTCHERY

weight' 1 müe

and

at

Client» Busi-

knowledge,

busy

Purchase, Harvey

E-STABselig

on

apply

good

two have Manufactunng

Mixed

suburbs.

or

Wa agents.

3788.

City

Furniture,

Bust

dwelling

expert

requiring

good

'ANTED

TO

aU cash suburbs 3 40 sheep suburbs BUTCHERY up £110 terms arranged £450 weU fitted term», to-date turnover £90 weekly 5 bodies 60 sheep £250 down. BUTCHERY suburbs, £3^J terms arranged. up-to-date shop 1 turnout DEFENCE ASSN146 King-street THF COMMERCIAL

SEASON.

SKATTNO SKATING

Dafly.

Session»

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D'

KINO-STREET. 137-0 AND SUPERVISOR, INSTRUCTOR HILL, R.C.M.L. Mr. ALFRED of Conservatorium Mude, Leipade) Royal SEAGE AsGERTRUDE (Principal MISS Staff of Profes«ion«l Teacher« and Eludent

_ALBERT'S

Lane. Richardson.

.

c

Bt)

AND

PRODUCTION.

VOICE Office and

SPRING

7st

HarTheory, 'Cello, Viola, Piano, Violin, Canon, Fugue, ComsosStion, mony, Counterpoint. Orchestration, Voice Production, Chamber Music, and Singing. DOWNS JOHNSTONE. Direction: TO OBTAINABLE ON APPLICATION PROSPECTUS ALBERT and SON; or OFFICE COLLEGE (Ground Floor),

T°"tL Ab

G, D

OF BETHLEHEM-Eb, TUREE FOR JACK-F, G 1

D'Haxdelot

Address only) Warehouse,

IN

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sistant), ALL in PRIVATE

Ad»ms.

ETAR

EYES OF WHISPER AND

G.

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STAKES, penalties

HANDICAP,

_Registrar.

PATRONAGE.

AND AND

CHELMSFORD with

for-«ge, 1 furlong. NOVICE

with

up

fid._

SYDNEY

ROLLER ROLLER ROLLER ROLLER

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ABTHORE-O,

liddle.

Director

Kinagin«;

Tires

Sydney.

Businesses where for CRAIG

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STUDENTS'

.

THE

E.-. SEA-T,

THE

'

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POSTAGE.

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to

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PATRONAGE. CONSERVATORIUM.

SYDNEY



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ACROSS

Pitt-street,



added.

«ova.

are

artist» wind

125

RACE,

TeL

THE Door.

VICE-REGAL

1011.

September,

different will

play, evening

HURDLE

not

TTONERY

w

Hotels

best

Confectionery

or

Buy

small

GENUINE Chambers.

ANNUM.

Thone,

Tobacconist» in our hands Also we

HAIRDRESSERS had have placed THE

the will be in given Ash-rtreet on MONConcert Hall, PaUng't-bulldings, are entitled to per Student» DAY NEXT, at 8 p.m. friend» desire to be m»y introduce any they ,ionaUy be for other visitor» may Cards of Invitation present "The at the to Registrar," obtained on application Office, 15 Pallna/i-buildlng». E. DOWN, FRANK

Dtacxtef.

on «pplicstion foil particular«, JOHN B. O'MEAGHEB, Secretary.

riving

D

GYMKHANA-

ME-Ö,

WITH

»HIDE

in sod

Competition« Elocution,

9th

ORDER;

PAY

WE

close

EACH.

I/O

Singing,

Hosie,

RECOMMEND.

WITH

CASH

OP

1911.

9,

in the opposite

1ER

The

_

SONGS

LIST

OP

little

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SALE BY and JOB PBTNTTNG to-date NEWSPAPER con access A live within of the city easy had AU Particular» be cern for a »mart man may on to W E TURNBULL, Koorawatha, application Alb»nv road Stanmore._

_

HUGH

SOCIETY

held

be

uT

LESTER.

Papers.

AGRICULTURAL

BOXAL THIRD

Sunday

JACK

v

a

GRIFFIN.

SEPTEMBER,

19H

OCTOBER,

21«t

See

Particular«,

LANG

O'CLOCK,

lill.

OCTOBEB,

20tb

CONCERT,

FESTIVAL

GRAND

to

OCTOBER

ïth

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2nd

SATURDAY,

8.30

CHARLIE

v

MEHEGAN

8/.

BILL NOTICE.-We

NIGHT

SEPTEMBER

DresVmak Glebe rd

lowest possible price State agents. George street West_ Cash P O BUSINESS with to BUY TOBACCONIST -VNTED stand to ÉTO Must Saloon, £loo or without Herald "IS Oftice._ investigation and STA to Purchase NbWSAGENCT VTÍ7AÑTED Must bear inquiry. ±.150 to £200

up NESS,

SATURDAY,

LMMEDLATELY-We Wholesale

no

J?

3333.

George-st,

41

flttingtv

to

ANNOUNCEMENT TENDER, BUS

an

ge-street,

France. French and the

FEB

particulars

MEETING.

out

SALE, BUSINESS IS ÍOR commercial experience, 2o years thoroughly SANDS and CO B Phone. «-chambers 11 Moore-street City

Boll

RECOMMENDED

PRELIMINARYFOR

ANNIVERSARY CLUB. MONTHLY CONCERT I.O.O.F. TEMPLE. Elizabeth-street, Mark TO-NIGHT. Foy'», KATHLEEN CUMMINGS. Misa Artists:-Mis» Melbourne). Misa I. RILEY. Miss BRUCE (from Mr. A. Mr. MAURICE CHESOAVETH, MOIR, WILKIE, Mr. HAROLD JAMIESON, Mr. HARRIE BURNS ANNIVERSARY CLUB Mr. J. DUNN, HAZEL, ANNIVERSARY CHOIR. snd the BURNS PIPE BAND, SPLENDID PROGRAMME. Ticket», Is. wiU

2/ s,

RACE

opened. Requisites.

BURNS

O'CLOCK.

-

6/, 10/, 3/. st Proodford

for

kindly assisting, Sauterie. at Ticket« the

Manager.

st

sa

»uccess.

(rater

SEPTEMBER

a

Business

be

Rose, Pitt-street Managet. STANLEY.

full

l8

had

\X TAN TED V> vestigaoon

_

expeditions,

because

DRESS.

FRANÇAISE.

LLLANCE

Besides

FENELEY, &30

STADIUM.

cheap

living.

Dwelling

YOUR

have work

City

AERY UP MACKENZIE,

£5000

of the Goodwill

and

good

B SANDS Moore-street-

_14 our.

VAL.

street

one

Freehold For

to line

any

TTIRLTT

EVENING

List

City

Coast

Apply

sure

and REFRESHCONFECTIONERY to £500 Buyers waiting up SANDS and CO

BUSINESS,

in

F

PRICES._j

ALL

SALE

widow

Peters._ Apply

comfortable

£lo0

to

up RELIABLE

ness, £300

ing

FURNISHED

views

£325.

Pitt

SALE, Sale

HOTEL tor Private North Stock

BUTTONHOLE, Haymarket

Geoi

Consul-General

WIN?

TO-NIGHT.

JBIMY snd

2/,

the White SHAW

for

118

FOR

CLUB.

fJIATTERSALL'S

posted

ness

ANTED

to

particulars

_DENBIGH

exten-

MUSICAL EVENING wfll be THIRD LITERARY md Jame»'» Hall, held SEPTEMBER 2nd. 8 o'clock. St of under the patronage Phillip-street, distinguished the Governor of N.S.W. and Excellency L»dy his. Admiral and Chelmsford, his Exe Lady King-Hall, the Lord Mayor and Lady Mayoress, of of the Brigadier General Gordon, with the presence Acting

HOUNDS.

JACK

O'CLOCK.

8.30

on

ah» kinds just ana Carnival

can

Bonnes»

Further

SHARP.

HOWARD,

Director.

Managing

LUNDIN,

MaiL"

(Reserved), Sales st

a/

OF

BEAUTIFULLY

at £000 TURNOVER IUGHLY be

ABOUT

v

WVX7ANTED wishing

clear

flats)

Price AT

for

position Pad.

st

bale Goodwill oí Shop Business, mth or witl

]_B

STORE,

2,

SATURDAY.

HIRE,

Tel.,

_

our

car

this

on

of al) Wigs, Send

MASKS

?

We «f

do

King

/COUNTRY

R

locabty Also MENT

COUNTRY

beautiful

st.

BUSINESS

MIXED

IMMEDIATELY

dwelbng stand and £90 to £4 price corner Pitt-street

good

£20 £3 profits 127 King street

prouts, OTHERS

'

»ble to M«l! Order

»re

COSTUMES

THE

in

teen

missed."-"Sydney

i

POSTAGE.

PAY

'¡ANCY

Dominos,

~

WE

UNION.

GROUND,

JACK

CONTEST

BOXING

RUSHCUTTER NO

BEST

PH.

LJB

THE

ENTERTAINERS Australia.

Yet

OPENED

Revelation. Week«

bren acclaimed alike they have VERSATILE AND MOST

Publie snd CLEVEREST

Presa THE

'

MORE Music from us by roan thin the counter In Sydney Shop»,

RUGBY

NEXT

that can be ne notified there Form* The and Syllabus Entry to the Local Secretary, DE CAIROS-REGO, Paling's-bulldma«.

are

application G.

AFTERNOON,

v.

THE

FOB

BLAbUHliCK and WRIGHTON.

ha« a in Entertaining proved of Four Extended Sydney Season A PHENOMENAL SUCCESS.

Art Their

By

YOU

on

__16

2.40

Humourist«,

A

COSTS to obtain

(SATURDAY)

TURNER

BILL

(UTI the

127

splendid street

pnce

S

house, ¿30 bargain. TeL 33° Pad

pnce

trade good lo Glcnmorc-rd,

clais Lofts

Bl

'

'

|

LAST Famour

JOSEt'li

Martet-st

near

NS.W.

A

PROGRAMME.

LET.

city, by Rents.

tne

CHANGE OF

Of

"

Day PIANO

in

DEC

EXAMINATIONS.

CLOSE

CANDIDATES sion of this date.

See.

SHARP.

Î.40

COMTI.ETE

TO-NIGHT.

_

BniE.AItS.AL Tie Iii--est

MUSIC

7g

DANCING

TO

OF

THEORY

EXTRA.

HILL,

SPORTS

THIS

G.P.O.

in 4 lewona, music" and Miss 79 D'hurst-rdDuvalll, select, Tuesday evenine n'vvcst taught Miss Claire 79 D'hurst-rd Duvalll, LESSONS, THE MTSSES READ, Successors to Airs. Chas. Read and Prof. Read. CLASS. 3 ..lONDAYS, 7.30; SATURDAYS, p.m. Christ Church Parish Hall, opp. _Railway_ Station.

CLASS, DANCING daners

ROOMS

W.

to

£10

STOCK

Les

taught DANCING.-Waltz partner, proficiency.

and MUSIC and Rest

la

W.

SYDNEY

'

1072,

GRANDSTAND,

Is.

DAUGHTER.

Syd. by

Dancing,

Box

1.15

SCHOOL,

DAUGHTER.

JfOBODTS

(free)

King-st_i

Private and~Cla»s AVright, 2S1 George st Tel.. D28 N.

FRUIT tak

LONDON.

F°,_mg

v

00 (lucerne etc complete plant. cows, £o CASH. TERMS, HALF TODAY 11 a-ro, opn Strand. Pitt-street

Exes £S0a

office Trial Owner at our CO I-vS HITLER and MOSMAN CON!-

Hayes Bendle*.

line

acres

centre 3J

large weekly

weekly

sec

Hinders

ellington Newtown._ Mixed BUSINESS suit 1 St. Campbell st

at

BUSINESS

HOUSF

COLLEGE,

rjMtlMTY

for and

conc^ own«»

Lodging

turn

Id flux £50

going près,

etc

PO_^

-Nicely

balo

connec

Newtown.

good

est.

cart,

D BUSINESS for S ILE Redfern for particulars.

sous.

two

South

all plant AL STORL stock week

A1ACKFNZEE

li

2,

F

'

L.

Charlie

with

SHEALLR

DAIRYING

mile from Rental 30s Trade £ 0 PURCHASE

This

Hills._

DANCING.-Miss ?o-j Academy.

HIGH

.CLEVELAND-STREET

T

.-...

GRADE,

2ND

old orse

inmorc

Bay_

BUSINESS, city

stock

£"00 50 within miles,! and CEVFr etc £650 cr £S0 nor £500 per CFNT.RAL STORE turnover £ 50 doing good so nd bus ness, estábil J ed "0 jears 4000 per wk., N line, confectionen £400. country trade and HARRIS Equitable bldg Georgelt and WEEKLY GUINEAS NFTTED

1

DATE

ENTRIES

Australia's

Sand, where

GURTEEN RETAIL

Choir" Jack

rno

large JENNINGS

S.U.

Manager.

_Concert

150

Elizabeth-street^ Premier Teacher of and Eccentric Dancing, The onlj* school you can be taught stylish step-, ping throughout_334 Crown-street Surry DANCE, ACTIONS Is 6d taught. lesson, city. SONG, College. Herald, SMITH. WALLY Clog, Buck,

COMBINED

.T.

sale

H

iwlg Vi

MALL £35.

NEAR EXCEL

£5000 man

large

BOARDING consUnt boarders,

METROPOLITAN.

».",

.«.

.

requested

t

SUBURBAN nonti* BAKERY

JTOBODTTS DAUGHTER.

2s.

a

Master

...

Master

the

Traman

Jane" Church

gd 4

<.

and

i.

BAKERY

.

Pretty old

Neutral

York-street

BUSINESS AN

Turnover

CHANOb D hurst

nr

ALTNDIft

ROCERY

Ltd. BROJ _Yojk_street_ SALE BUSINESS FOR DRAPÍ.RY River good opening AVouldfor aleaseDress or tabllshed York-street BROS. Ltd.

WOOLSCOURI-R £300 p i,

health suburb

111

busj Ltd

energetic

old £3.0 ALCOCK

premises. li

to

owing ladies

two

GENERAL

A

AND Hunter

stock

sell

.

the

£SJ0 for an

on

,

Cornet:-"My "Hymn« of

LRS

_ALCOCK

..

TO-DAY.

OVAL,

F

for

Stock CH ANCE climate.

maker

.

UNIVERSITY

SAI

BROS

MILLINFRY the

.

.

absence,

10R chance

STORLLLL1 I.OR SALE

Superb

.

1/.

SEASON.

Artists: Assisting and Mest». Ernest nellemann. Christian

Miles G. C

Ss (Reserved) Nicholson'«. GEORGE,

st

1811

German MONDAY NIGHT from S till 5. are

To-day. and.3/. and 2/

5/

SEATS,

p.m.

Quartet.

Jode

CONCERT.

_

Mr.

t

lia,

at Paling'» SEATS,'

UNRESERVED

Secretary.

STRING QUARTET S. VOST JANSSEN, HILL, CARL GOTSCH).

imaVoMnble Gotarh's Mr. BRYCE CARTER consented to play the

to

Owing hu

ORCHESTRAL

5

Plan openr RESERVED

MU.

LAKEN.

B.

ALFRED and

SYDNEY

«t

6,

X SADNEA ENT I

3.

..

M

STANDS-

64,

ADMISSION:

Ltd.

CO.,

THURSDAYS. AUSTRAL (CYRIL MONK,

JJOBODY'S

and

E.

8.

Overture, AND

MONDAYS

DATHURST-STREET.

HALL,

Y-ALOA. ii

Plan, Paling"», AVhlte Rose.

|

T -a-i

reas,

an}

rd

X

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boarder; offer.

perm

Carrier's excellent Y / IO

apply

Honesty

._STLVfcNS

IO»

UNDERCLOTHING

HABERDASHERY

splendid

rno AT

A. Torzillo X,ri» S'-for (Gounod) Miss Elsie P. Peerless obligato by Miss Ivy Allen.) Vie" -Master Charlie Haye« "The Lost Chord" The Gibson Mandolin Quintette of Life" "Promise Miss Irene Mcpherson YioHn:-"Cavatina" Miss L.A.B. (Raff) Ivy AUen, "Let the Bright Seraphim" (Samson) Miss Elsie B. Peerless fanfare (Trumpet by Master Charlie H«yes) "The M-. Maurice Chenoweth Holy City" Tnncs" Harp:-"Hymn Signor A. Torzillo Duet:-"Sainted Mother" ("»larluna") Misses Elme Ii. Peerlcsf ind Irene Mcpherson.

i

Doors, CHANGE

WE

fid.

RÄPERY BLSINLSS

_ALiOCh,

(Molin

"

Is, and 1 o'clock,

395L

City

i

1

.

îî?rp:-;^T/rK0 Ave Maria"

TOWN-HALL.

-.

1» Od, after

2s,

AND

.

RICES:

ORCHESTRA

a

de

Cornet:-"La FULL

rms.

,

i

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DLSlNbSS lUONJlONCLKY LASH UN SLBLRB»

an)

£4a0

AFTERNOON,

My Light"

ears,

for EUb

t,d

State

i

.

,,

is

and

SANDS e street

v

leaving

1

The Gibson Mandolin Quintette. Mia« Ella Abbott Concert" Miss Ivy L.A.B. Allen, Aria:-"He that Dwelleth" "Thou «halt break them" '(The Mr. Maurice Chenoweth Messiah),

T

The

Violin:-"Mazurka

conductor,

a

morning.

GEHDE'S

J.

B "Moo

BUS.

LAUNDHÏ lo rt

AND «All IN No coupon» G latantccd £Uo wceklj the s a to Ibis bus ness gift description to date an 1 legitima.« go mai an uj right requiring it can be m ttlc trouble coiccrn nth mt, very an I can guarantee to COO vee!, creased per p market best on the at the present it absolutely the A lease can for retiring o»i er han good reasons The vcars. only for number of Principals be had any am evening after 6 or personally by letter Applj to AAallace AA ama Perous-road Randwick Jas

8,

Monday

SALE °0 J particulars

General with

Private

tor

tion

rms.. 16 fine pos. rt close tram etc once £425. Petersham PO

chp lawns

a_Military

_13"6__N

ARAKL

of

-HALL. (SUNDAY)

TeL

30^1

City "

week,

Erskineville.

st.

house 8 to ctry going ItRGLSON

seU

reasons

vi 21 years £l2o rent 25a

uneq

prouts gar

-Boarding

must

owner

INVESTMENT

_

'Simple

PARK.

on

big

L.

strect__PI

-nOCbllY

THE

A SOUL, eternal with spheres by actual photographs heavens.

EKy's

CHAMBERS

BAi

"VTbUT -l-v

stock low

13 years

Amy

clear be

can

Newtown.

established

est blore goodwill

grds

_H.

comfort Owner valuation,

agents) UPO

Apply

nice

FIORestablished

1/.

«t

at

tram

Etc ROCERA HARDAAARIlarge suburl house rooms, Thlcklv popilatcd 20s. This hands rent years) (present yard and stables and bank will stand ANY INVESlICAriON business and etc £50 stock references goodwill merchants THIS IS A GENUINE at valuation (about £300) plant

14

the

N

TO-MORROW

OVAL.

BIRCHGROVE

D'ARGO,

2/, open

Plan» ü

T

'.?

bas». SYKES, onjaiist MASON, organist.

AVHITTLE,

"

'

stock.

->s Iresh clean will tell in cresta other SANDS and CO B one Moore

O

WEATHER.

OF the

through illustrated of the

guide,

ears

J

rent

purchased

and

Sale,

tnspec General

£500 and

in £500 busy ti oroughfare, Apply competency Paddington. Regent street

8

_No RESIDFNTJAL beaut, fum

Turnover

THE

SEPTEMBER

FLIGHT

tour

celestial

by

to

town

country dwelling

or

lead

etc

for

about made

ENEIt^L Grocery selling stk and seU property

S

n

ti

ïid CLOIHINL established 20

date

_7

335L

City

one

BbSINESJ

owner

to

town

month three

by (no

estab-, £"7J,

open

good

J

per

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cyo within Borles of brightly attractive public is an every Tuesday, recltal-oótertalnments veteran' actor and teacher, who cnergotlo at tho same time as the late studied elocutloi not have .competed-in to have hut one author, to. smAlfred under John the Dampier Millard, been before, 4. Problems other tourney, or published of that London favourite Milthe father Evelyn addressed "The Editor, 'Sydney Morning to be this, office Herald.' and reach by lard, His dm takes ,us Sydney, Australia," stago engagement Prîtes: 2 guineas, and December 1 nott.' guineas, as far back when ho was the Sebasas'1866, Smith. Further comillidge:'Mr.'F.'B. 1 guinea. to tian the of tho hand :-Innocence (3). at opening Prince's Theatre, peting position Calvert Manchester, by Charles (Prospero) NOTES. "Tho This must have boon with TempoBt." of Arts unCO.-Wc Mrs. as Sydney CO. v Sydney School a production, with Calvert great ho«, of the derstand from'Mr. A'. A. Spence, secretary and St. the most a match is on the between, Miranda, Julia George, that tapis Sydney 0.0. clubs. of in a willoh inthese .strong famous Ariel her day, cast conditions match Tarrnsrh ol this v Schlechter.-The Phil decide the cluded Fred.'Mt.tCJbe as Trlnculo, Day as flrrt seven wins to «re as follows:-The Should be counting. there and Mr. Cathcart as Caliban. niBtch, drown games not Antonio, at the end of four vvecki' a difference of one game only became celebrated as an Maccabe entertainer, on for another nnd If the match will week, go plaj-, the match will and and Phil the difference is still the same, toured Australia, Day, besides then drawn. In ihn1 find three games were lie drawn. Tile bis character as wonderful the Doge to Nellie line of overlooked a winning first game Schlechter "Estrella" in of that Stewart's the opera in the middle game. play at Munich, 100 Simultaneous Chess -Fahrni, played was the Jalkes here In "The name, original he won 65, drew and hoards at once. In 7J hours 39, In which has Bine* Silver King," ho never 0 ¿ lost v leam from Manly recently Cathcart In Newcastle.-A been rivalled The question Manly entertained and were visited Newcastle, hospitably remote as formed a link with a past, he was which won as will be seen team, easily, hy the home James bv the following: the father of the veteran Cathcart, 0, Mr. I.. S. Mr. S. Crakanthorp tS) 'Manly.-(1) famous hero as the Brutus to Tom (4) Air. AV. Amor George Rlgnold's IS) Sir. 0, Craknn'horp 'J, AV. D, the Bluett 1. B. Wilson (?) same season the A/r. (6) Mr. Maro Antony. During (fi> Richardson (8) Mr. F. II. Mr. H. Downing I, (B) late was to Charles Henry Irving the Nemours Mr. r. A ItoVsitcr. 0; total, 2J. Mr. Mrlvllle 1, Mr. Calvcrt's "Louis XI." From that'time Mr. Newcastle -i(l) (S) Morgan è, MY. Corrigan 1, lewMr. O'Connor 1. (5) Mr. Holman stars In light (3) (4) supported many comedy Clyde 1, Mr. ers (0) Mr. Smith 1. (7) Mr. (8) 0, and as such as jeune promler, Charles parts 0, (fi) Mr. Allen 1; total, Bj. Mulherou Charles Matthews. ChaB. J. L is Dillon, v match of IO games being Kean, Alnpin Spielmann.-A Mrs and then at Munich. Toole, and Kendal, was engaged pim ed hy those masters at the Buenos James's to Simultaneo!» Chess.-Capablanca, St. management support by the 30 boards, Aires Chess Club, played winning in London. recently Miss Horbert Later on, Mr. or 27-3. drawing 4, and lohlng Presuming that 2,1, 1, several times with Wilson Holman toured the were nf average strength, performthe opponents also with acting In London him, and is meritorious one. Barrett, ance n PK4, PK4: 2, Ellen and Mrs. PIHshurv Blindfold, Brilliant.1, with Wyndham, Terry, A Charles BP.4. W: 4, KtBI, 5, Palace in London KtOB.1. », PB4. I'lJRS: at the Crystul and KtQl!3; Sterling BsPch,KK2; BKtli: 0, KtvP; 7, KtxKt, Bit); 8, came 1'xP, Mr. Holman to Australia matinees mate! 0, KtQS, sons (one his wife and two young of with whom Is W A. Premier and TOlItlNRV Holman. Acting MUNICH QUADBANGUI.AI1 In 1S89 under Attorney-General) engagement on and the to Brough Bouclcnult, travelling PxR PxKt same ns the late and 1. IM» I-K4 IS. aliln Cardinal Moran, in nins KtKH.1 mona PxP minn excellent bia 2. did Btage-work hero until IIKt.1 17. PUS 8. PQ113 QK4 admired secured a elocutionary powers him 4. IS. HxKt Bl!» I, Ipi PQ4 as one of our leading teachers. 19. BOKI3 KtK2 position PC)lf.t4 QK2 a theatre In Paris with a BJRP 'RB2 There Is scarcely

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case

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in

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nJJ.

happened

It

author,

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or

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says

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seems

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of

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per

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9,

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100

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per the

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and

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that

man.

nowspnper

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shil-

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Williamson

(Mr.

Robertson. Mary is a bright, little of author's fasome the Wost of 1 roland tho vourite types, though sceno opens In Bournemouth, "Improper no but is a viva Pruo'' hns author's name, the of a inclous narrativa of doings vory far girl, who, however, was very dependent from really Improper. Annosley being Mrs. is more "Thus Salth Grundy" (Konealy's and the lives of deals« with tragic serious, A comos home two women. young onginoor a drunken and rebels to wife, against the human law of Paul mnrriagc. Croswlck's Plcnsuro" Is on "The Song of 18th oontury In which In the llfo of story, enrly episodes Hamilton Nelson's Lady appear.

"Tho of Hit, famous Ronald that (Murray). of Domestic Mosquitos" Reduction tho use-of This Ms n practical-handbook-for authorities,,and other loenl municipalities, Tho dlBtrlctB. of residents mosquito-Infested methodfi In'tho book Is thoroughly'up-to-date of the wonderful triumphs lind suggested, on ïornr In recent years the-basts, sclonco The of alto Sue/. it built up. towns is which

'

A'ivld

of

of

bv this'jump.

chnos

the

that

and

I

the

writes

produce

wins. here. 23-14

-12

the

that

extent. of the Sydney Central Dwight« For Hie championship used to some were entries were Twelve Club icccivcd. was only eight of Venice, Gilthat but in the absence of Messrs. Cantello, expected, however, Mr. the lion, secretary, withEngland, and Lane, Mills, bert, down to tho of play. In money drew to byes and shorten the period tho dealers prevent principal the first round G. Miller plays acFor Brown plays Lee, century. They of the seventeenth Rickard, E. W, end plays Griflln pla}-« Shaw, Matheson and offered stores of gold sllvor, has a Mr. John Leo (lion, treasurer) cumulated largo Smith, the fewest of the for the games. the bankers prlte player losing becamo special and gradually and match at Dunedin The annual town country advanced Zealand, frequently a record for New They on the inBtant community. 8rd proved a Crown nt 28 more tnan to than 102 competitors entered, sums the No fewer largo number.. the afternoon cent. the highest During about S por Tbey previous rato of Illlliker entertained SO visiand over Messrs. Berellam from prlvnto is side monoy but the result not given by the on their received simultaneously, tors, report h derived. tor from which our and receipts "Otago Witness," their depositors, in the «u of the contest evening It was The result great bank notes. first Trie wero in effect the 85 win« nnd 47 draws. Town. 152 wins; Country, vnluo in excess of at the first four boards to Issue notes Dunedin playing an quartet easy step lost 1 A. Brodie «in» to and 2 draw». 1). the system. scored 0 so to establish credit and won held, Gardiner; A. Lucas 3 from \V. DaviB; one to was still very genand of money won .1. F. Langs But the hoarding A. Borelmm 3 from Murdoch; J. The success of the some fluctuating drew 2 with T. Rea. meeting eral. Note Issue had very ton Messrs. R. was to the efforts of Cnhlow (capbut largely century, the and during eighteenth town J. Abernethy (referee), experiences tain of the team), Us utilitythough and to F. 15. Illlliker secretary organiser). It managed slowly assort (lion, issue and of the "Cann diffiFrom the latest (June July) of made a nevV element now. leam that Mr. .lor. the forger Checker wc Alfred dlan Player" were had America to matters-and banknotes in In currency dan, the English champion, played culty had won 6281 of which lie commodity for the the mil ultimo games, nlBO a specially portable 1014 were drnvvc. In addition to W53!, lost SO, and Forgery grew to board above, Mr, Jor. of tho period. given highwayman tile two games lost arross one each to J. It was made two G. though dan lost at Columbus, Ohio, extent, even an'enormous The tlrst wa« A. Temple. (¡uld«mith and the Meanwhile goldsmith Black a offence. Jordan should have won with capital which Switcher, as In,the was a two-mover, 12-10, 22 ¡n out of the running, The other l8, was pieces. dropping a, had White. could becomo which ho century anyone fortunate winners is ineighteenth score of the four of The the conMlslller banker ho command won, 1, drew 2; F. J. provided could terest. Char. A. Riley 5, 1. ,1. Goldsmith won 1, lost was a of won lost 7, drew 2; tho It period 1, fldenco oí public. losl and drew und A. J. Temple won ], 1, drew 4; with industrial great demands expansion, individual results muy he noted rapid Among other game«. (twice silver me bankers started 11. C. Miles the following:-Against currency. Consequently and ¡for the 0, 8 diillM in Ohio tourneys) champion won tho lllte and Inundated country out mushrooms, Sawder«, of 8 'up \V. J, of Akron h.id 4 draws draw«. reckless as it the brilliant ?with The issue was as Lee Warrm .lames, young paper. played. (?ame« won the Point of Dayton, who Cedar of the Ohio, .well could nnd tho monopoly Uwvcr, bp, Bank) last year, drew 1 game out of 5 only Outing trophy Institution as a only ho won a Rood EdinEngland corporate lonlestcd; hut in simultaneous play ¡or White by a now line of play. Hem The crash at with made worse. financial game things burgh 9 draws to the secured and lost 7 Englishwould havo been inev A. Johnston the end of the with Herbert L. Brown century 20 games man At Indianapolis * for Mr. who even the added strain of the and wine Jordan, without In 10 draws Hable, 'resuited one »trongc«t ho had as of the pln>ers war. The author on to discuss Herbert goes classed on the second ¡French At Chicago, champion's met in America. the voxed of biand subject C. Hartshorn duplicated the croes banking visit Prof. 11. ¡modern at of Chris. A. Riley Pittsburg, by roferenco to currenmetallism, with,some the bonn'l performance 3 games and drawing 2 of Hie played. 1 cies of India and tho The treatwinning colonies.

I

cally

that night of fierce maidens, of genii desert, bottles. squat

have

NEWS

I

the

on

Isna-Ayrshlre

english

long

n

|

dreamed

3-

and

so

through "Hazel Crawford's story, introducing novels

steel the

DOMESTIC

THE

|

nose,

n

25, 2~-0, J.

by correcting

(h) wns

other

the

use;

the

of

George

íijd,

29 or

win»,

warfare, the

seeing the

from

of sad-eyed battles in

n

1-0,

rnsh

directions

(Dymock.)

Mr.

statute

a

Black.

12-10 3 won

White-Jordan.

And

,

have time

19-23 1° 16 .21-25

24 20 9-18 20 l8

-14

7

full

N,°-

the

7

course

lines,

on

!

of

the

In

to-k drawn.

8-11 23 23 19 l8 .12-10 15-10 10 21 12 (a)27 1510-23 IS 15 22 31 ï< (a)

trouble;, fact by the countries,

nn

the

trncTts

and

France, industries.

'

toi flow out sliver.tended and gold to flow'from Franco, In England. medieval times there was perpetual in the trame, of this-kind proolous and metals, the dictum bad that money drives out good monoy held nlso. Further trouble was caused by tho fact that tho gold production was almost trado stationary, though was In expanding rapidly. England tho export of the metals was precious therefore prohibited, time the and at the same coinago depreciated." A quaint on tho sidelight is scarcity of, gold

captured

30-21

'

-26

""-17

Í6,

10-28 20 »I 11-15 25 22

24 20 8-11 28 24 4S

,

14 11-10 23 10-30

7

3(a)SO-

>GAM? should

,"

1465,

camels.

Ma

havo

game:Blaek-Mishlcr. 11-15

and

beggar lean was his throat erect, MB shoulders set of and defiant. Ordl proud the few would liarlly, lingering guides rudely told to off his have him be about business; were familiar but they with all turbans, and in twist of this the peculiar one, and soiled It ragged though was, they recognised some from the eastern deserts. he prince Presently hut with a which strode away, stiffness they came from knew long Journeys upon racing

the

Jordan

Mr. Mislilcr In from

iv

7-10

(ll)21-14 champion could

" y,

win 7-11. 20 -23

lu-14 29-

The

,

murmured.

eye the

tho

tributed

constuntfy everlasting

,

Into

Fourteenth. genial banker, in America:

of

'

under

extending was nothing

ho

gooa,"

but

In bandaged. of Indications on the briago

ing

17

"i~J 22 (a) (b) would

the

¡siller,

The

example,

S

31

was

of

creased

Riley. 10 10 l2_-10 »7 23

1577.

do'uble

In

mance.

i

had

source

resigned. <:".. overlooked.

12S9.-Old'

No.

a

two-

price.

ratio

changing

Jordan ;,

for

of

maintenance

author ngents

secret

strikes

-

White-Jordan.

25

I

Is

"Allah

«0 15-24 28 19 7-11

19

(b)23

champion

M F. J. crossboard 16-IS 22- 15 11-18 1713

-,

Ho

cut

face-food

Akron second

Blaek-Mlshler. '11-15 23 -10 8-11

cups.

Arab

9-14

draws. the

11-15 -24

17

(a)15-18

moves

few

GAME

From time to time, fllttingly, there appeared one of the against the yvindoWB, Just above a dark in half-curtain, lean, face, which profile the resembled kite-the booked beak, tho There were two hunwatchful, preyful eyes. revenge.

a

1-osea-5-9 The move

If

At

tholr

after

A.

*

-23

S-ll 22

sheep

a

bought

Golman

ox

values

1301,

In

various

.Whitc-l! 20

and be

of

to accuse proceeds up railway of stirring In various also strlkeB the His account'of dotnllcd staple and is very oxtracirdlniry, oBplonngo prnc'tlsed of no must he Missome it, doubt, though to afford considerremains counted, enough slnco'France able food especially for thought, as the In Germany Is no regarded longer Tho'yvholo rival. most formidable Fatherland's of'German example Is a Btrlklng organisation InThe book Is made tho more thoroughness. on sidelights historical many teresting by and the numerous graphievents and persons, of rohave tho ïlavour told episodes cally

the

nn

n

nama

In

standard

some

,

in

Press."

AMERICA.

1288.-Alma.

8-15 32 27 4-S 25

16-23(11)30 27 11

3-8 And

,

taciturn

.Ionian. 25- 22 11-111 17 13

No.

shillings, could

capon

tho

-

17

(a) (b)

"Free

W.

IN

crossboard game won from the since hu world's tour began his was taken A. of by Charles Riley, and notes from "Canadian Checker

ago, Score

year

Black-A. 11-15 23 -19 8-11

'

gers

a

the

become

1200.

pretty.)

GAME

letter

No.

JORDAN

champion

Pittsburg. Player":

"Yes." / a Frau have made the "Say, what she would man." right his did not answer, but at Ryanne glowered glass. ComUnited Romance Adventure "Tho and pany," twirled MB "If you're Wallace, glass. n she's a marvel. A Napoleon in petwonder, make a when ticoats! It does follow grin, you over. Is be her look it all But this goln gto or her Austerlitz Waterloo. And you really and on have sold got that rug; top of that you -" it to George P. A. Jones! Here's "Many happy returns," ironically. finished the bottle without talk. They further was no Both were There conviviality here. fond of drank good wine, but tho more they thfl Men Avho have tighter grew their .Ups. been in the of habit guarding dangerous secrets

A.

individui]

first

over

nm

21.

draw.

-Aberdeen

fatted

a

Port

to

go mature."

doesn't

chap.rjI the

ate '

be

may

plan Ludwig.?"

old

but

-

English

all." brother home.

will

You little

my

whoso returned

She

to-day.

at

Wallace,

will, son

play

MR.

'

20,

Aberdeen, Craighead, 24, 27, Kings 11, 17. 20, 25/ 30, Kings 3, 20. and win.

25,

difficult,

The

"

don't

9,

to

(Not

*

"

"I

White: Black

.

I

10,

7,

», and

13,

play

R. 10,

By

.my

tha^T"

one

S,

to

PROBLEM

my 1B

"" .

"Will "Would

all

White: White

eleven

At

century

ana have

which The sleepers. nil

hulf tho

threepence,,and hundred A catalogue at Colbeds from clghteon pence to six and olghtponcc, nnd brass cups from sivpenco to a shilling. From the thirteenth to tho end of the fifteenth centuries Is another well-marked At closo period. its carne the discovery of nnd tho conAmerica, sequent in increase gold At supplies. Its start came the fall of'Constantinople and the oponing Christian up,to countries of the gold mines of the Black Sen and "the Crimea. Trado with East the was greatly fostored by this new nccesB of gold coinage.' and Both gold silver, however, remained unlimited legal tcudor, though Franco made a deeffort termined to establish a gold for

chester,

some-

low.

were.

fourteenth

goose'for

a

eggs

«lack:

business."

own

bide,

your

weight. prices

tho

administration

how-

I

"Thero friend.

in

coln of

n

shilling;

,

forte." streak

of

beginning cost about

.

taught you." aren't "<3nrds my a "There's yellow where, Horace."

proper

fccarclty

'

'

I've

a

as

¡Australian productions, |cxpoctcd.

new

coinage

-

avvay

gave you?" dealing card». of after dubs,

of lot

a

as

his

possessions, brag bolng remoto his custom OB unnecessary talk. Indoed, Williamson bogan by steadily declining tho "to a roquest glvo American managers little of good advice"-which was tho opening move

'

Morpeth.

"

on

tho

Mr.

|

Sydney.

Correct received

.

It

I

stake sign

a

an pro

in

from

"i

.

the

ia

manager

worldly

j

,

made

hint

I

"

about

richest

to

who

entrepreneur, thcntricnl

1

.

.

"Threw

"014 loading

a

columns

a fortuno estlnintod conservatively dollars." "conservamillion Tho word Is tho good, slnco Amorlcnn acribo, folk would nat extract veil know, from tho Australian to visitor as

,

.

"

Rynnno

throe

with

(Ive

tively" Sydnoy

i

.

the

stiletto-llke.

(To

s

'What

at

I

must

Madame,"

dear my must not

"Lou

shaft

n

suddenly,

j

Avlin

There a" inviting mahogany. between their glnsses. of champagne standing ana a whiBky ordered temperate The, Mnjor at the magnum, paid drank frowned roda, it, went back upstalrä again. the and rockonlng, «tam old eh?" "Don't remember friends, his caressing the of tho two mon, shorter wouldn t. "A smile probOBcls. Incarnadined do think?" him any, you have hurt You' "Shut admonished up," ^Ryanne. tho no recognition on the know orders; ttoors." public the other pro1 meant no harm," "Why, a swallow of wlno. "But, tested." Ho took raoro'n four thousund here I am, dash it, and still walking miles from old Broadway, 'ho show to start?" When Is blind. "Not BO loud, old boy. You've got to have, Y ou've had pickings some good patience. the three in smoke for the months past That to soothe you." rooms. ought It doesn't. Here -I come from New "Well, a of .with wad, York, threo months ago, in for a gnuie Bight. money you and great and when I H a week to find you, tukos know. No sooner do.Well, you are than what? Off you goto you awake, a goose-chase man, Hngdnd, on tthe Avlldest mo with, ever heard of. that leaves And talk to. I could to do and to nothing nobody cried when.I your letter, have yesterday got bo In to-aay." faying you'd I "AVoll, got it." "The rug?" but after what "Yes. It was wild; I'd to 1 needed something wild been through my, nerves; some bl«, .äntigor, where Ftcndy I'd hu\'o to simply get together.-'^ Thero 'was frank "And you It?" got. In ana admiration the Dursy gentleAvondei; man's lind It? eyes. "All alone, you got lloncst7" "Honest. had They nearly my hide, though." ".Where Is it?" "Sold." "Whri?" "Percival." a you're Avonder, If there ."Horace, eyer one. Sold It to Percival. couldn't ?was 'You In a a -beat that thousand years. You'ro great man." from i."Pralse, Sir Hubert." ho "Who's several "Au authority on matters." ','How much did ho for It give you "..^Tut, tut. It was all my own little Jaunt, Wallace. I should hate to Ho to you about it."

"the

world,

|

rodder "1

eyes»

morning."

very

George.

sometimes

fog,

.

,^

with'that

nouncod

I

maltee.

Ho

,

!

Interview

j

.-

enchantress

tho redder

grow

tills

laughed. laughter pierced

ns

semi ,

waa

paper

I

.!"

.

that

that

of

(amongst others!) of Australia,"

dovotes

.

my

draft

n

stammered 1

smllo vye

plain

York

*

the

Avero

Major familiar

to

peg

the

give "But.Why,

Callahan

mockery,

wns

'

I

It

Now

I

îiecilod-

foolB.

tho bonding Williamson

DOclor*

.

with

DIUMA.

Grade. is

as

just We

good

a

try

tea

as

you've

the

at

you 11 say

think a

of

pound

ever

"No.

once

1"

that

ii.

"I

tasted.

?

ntter

sight, old gentle

that

was

It

but

true;

names.

Fortune

of

out

pnssea

chargea departing another

Under

|

A^ho smiled. which,



memory,

was

it,

George bcnutlful,

droll, and

him

recalcitrant

°

h:s

AND

MUSIC

and

I

his

it

under

ho

it

slipped known

mlddlo

"Isn't

repeated;

Cliea

him

shrlvo

control

to

manage

Fortuno

meet

fact;

hard

aiscounted

.

not

would

Beelzebub

may

bj

.

lind

ho

his

to

must

-

».oula

as

for

exchange Justly thnt

very

effected, lower. other's

a

without s|>j

yenrs and

They

silences. "The

li.

(1

7 names,

Florence AVnrdcn's Beauty Doctor" like of other is any number novel's (Greening), is The central character a. hand. by the same Incimanufacturer,'and beauty professional deal about tho there is a mysdentally good However, the of that beauty, teries business. to Lord diserts calling nurse doctor ho.ana arose from'bor Kneosworth, much trouble

8 fl.

10. 11. 12.

l8. 14.

BKt3

HB4

PQR4

KQKt

21.

Bx
Ovil

PxP KUM

1'vP

22

OxQ

Kt\Q

PQ3

S'.,

KtTlvtP BIM PUT P03 PI13

Billilli

24.

20.

Cartlea KtKItl PB« PxP. ANSAVEItS

King's

Pawn, refer

No. was

21. 20. -

27.

B02 PKt4

than that of the brllllnnt histor} M. Brasseur as With leading Its fortune still It endures, though comedian, tho and shone through Revolutionary Napoand leonic during the Second Empire. periods more

Varietes.

RxKt 1(\HI"

'

and

thal

out

-

bovo,

him

In

authority

points

economic

|

If

he

To-morrow

It.

fast

that

meet

economía

ho

and

|

could

affair

lsr.'t

LITERATIJI.E.

I

How

think

card

CURRENT

f

Joues

health, retired,

mutual himself, the simple do anything

excubod

n peg lo bim with Join Ann would. certainly diplomatically George and happy. buoyant A fellow had been! to ho set his mind only

Jones Mr,

his

'.?

to

a wlfo. he had mistaken assumption that out the turnod Otherwlso Inovltahlo marringo n theory by quilo success. -»t; Warfact that con1.liions aro the economic pecu"Lesllo's Lovers" (Unwin), by Humo A OP HISTORY. MONK.-.' a of variable. An branch of Is mildly Sho had numbor liarly Important tho ner, readable. Agnes F. Dodd willes an rolumo But sho Informing ns to how thom, a flirt. found Inquiry fnr Imports and .exports and was ducldcdly ,1s nn tho of In the Em"History Monoy British or a seit, determination, to Imply British foreign labour rcspoutivoly.i now, unsolflcii und,a mid tho a pire United Stales" (I.ongmnns, are for llvo for which WOB vory propor thing Imports largely paid by non-British othors, The hnB his of to through George Robertson). i-bject labour to though way proposing was, employing oxports. A 1 .rge fall In do, an Intorest of It wo ahead and take tho Its own, and throws many not British la one of say "Sha.ll go chance." wngea the charactcrls on "Mis. Mnxon rroteBts" interesting Bldollghts history goncrni. tics of the decade. Anthony llopo's (MeThe chapter 0"v Iho depenIt for to Is n smart treatment of somo was, impossible koop coln of Groat on thuen) cloverly Instance dence Britain supforeign,food In a blis of tho Is a womnn the country undor badly-rogulatcd In aspects woman problem. plies very striking. 1010 food was Imso Unit ono or othor of the the to bo herBclf or sho to bo a ro metallic system, value of nbout a. Is moonlight £700,000 duy ported to metals was constan. flocllon of man? This Is a about precious disappearing nearly'£500 a nuthor tho point minuto. Tho strongly from circulation. wns n few hnvo mado their minds. Again, thoro constant which people up urges Imporlnl preforonco by way of security. false and was She had struggle ngntnst colnors money dealThe book- includes tables nnd Thnt why Mrs. Maxon protested. 35S dlngrams who melted down and flooded of trade married five yonrs, mar ers, good coln tho and It 'boon and found thnt tendencies, Is with packed was with rlago wns all Cyril andino The truth country debnsed money. The result thoroughly data. Winnie.' reliable (Goorgo Robertcurof was'that ns to the vnluo of'Ino son.) tho matter was hugo uncertainty Cyril altogether too a on to the United the superior person, nnd tho whom rency. With regard States, whale, the took a Interest centres In the Varied experiTHI3 SPY protest serious form, tho very GURMAN .very SYSTEM. bo'with ments with Paul reader's sympathy jyfll Mrs. Maxon." made paper money. Generally Lnnolr's "The in German Spy SyBtotn ThoinnB Root 'Is n' the conoludes that the of Evil" speaking, author domiwas written Dlxon's.""Tho France," to nrouBo the French! denunciation tho nance of standard is that thirst Hie gold assured, to their of, for wealth,1 own danger, but tho Englishman can1 vigorous, to a love Tho must be und credit coupled strong story. author paper money convertible, fall hardly to ask if the "s'amo himself methods without a reservo Is n ceaseless menace. hns no little dramatic power, and stauds well gold aro practised In his tight little Isle. It Is in the frout rank Is a of and is of American novelists. The Money medium exchange, gold certains, says the author, that In no other sceno is laid In New tho best medium for several ób York, and motin-1 sufficiently In tho world aro the ¡the country secret pollce^so tulns of North and who. ronBons. --id dried Ash, Carolina, the |vlouB Corn, oxen, hero, well ns aro In Gormans-, organised they This ns falls a a I. times been used nearly victim to tho evil ÍB however, havo past force has dollar, Its agontB overyvvhero, The author a but and so as n lins young Southerner; luckily, In the money, long commodity end, ho estltnntes the number of those latter In France waa content in and valuo to llvo a and out the recognised only slightly fluctuating cottage, nt not thnn less S0.000 Individuals, mostly rosos back from It Is more or less sultnblo as a medium of exclimbing Harriot's window. and GermanB, Swiss, Belglnns. used Frederick On a certain of cul (From George Robertson.) change. reaching stngo to ho hod ono say cook und a hundred spies, metala. writes a of short lure all races ',iave fallen bnck on tho Major Drury vnumber and modorn Germany Booms to taken have tho stories under coins were rando In Britain in prc Hie title, "Long Bow nnd Brond 'Apparently to lesson heart to the nAccordlug nutlior, on Arrow." Romnn thick modelled (Bell.) They havo a militimes-small, coins mostly however, they believe sauce for that what/ls nnval aro Greek occupatary or and somo of thom originals. During tho Roman setting, the gooso Is sauce Tho secret for the gander. were Imcholeo of vornncular. tion of Roman coln specimens But others large supplies of tho Interior with police watch aloeplcss eye a touch of no little and Roman mints wero established; havo mysticism ^and ported, tho of the life of the minutest details great finish. and tho coins remained current. lttorarv copper long horde of and tholr homo officials, agents at dlfferenc« Edward and Some of the .Tho Normnn mndo little Dyson's "Benno conquest includo in all ranks of First people society. Middle Push" is clovor to and to the Age (N.S.WBookstall Company) currency, up early Into In the troubled timos coming prominence used was and in coins were and tho metal amusing enough its way, and furihor -scarce, of secret lind ns its ISIS, tho police grand rensons In 10 or less realistic illustrasilver, Ono of the le curious. rojolcos moro usually ono the organiser Stleber, to n.uthor was the exclusive v.y,hom tions Norman Most of the The to by Lindsay. right coln gold of gives (ho blackest characters. He" vyne havo In of Roman Emperor, and sketches appeared Australian periodiprerogative the n mid Informer. certainly cunning unprincipled the Tho vernacular Is ns as It lomnined In force under Byr.nnttne cals. vigorous the In when tho middle sixties, ho hnd been chief All most could down "to the thirteenth century. vigorous push desire. Emperors for some ho years, orgauised his spy the Roman system Arnbclln Koncally's of the countries ndopted "Mating Anthea" European the emIn acting nn nnd denFranco, Independently^ (Long) describes In the coins libra, solidus, experiment eugenics. compulation, service" wnB bassies-a "useful Intelligence In hnnds Nnturnlly, the of a lady novelist, us the well-known abbreviations arius, giving tho oulclnl designation of tho neV department. tho experiment failed and the for shillings, and penco. The mark, lamentably, pounds, had o( In n short timo Stlebor a couplo talk of Dr. about of ni Teuton very Drnx salvawns Orient or origin. evolutionary however, and a nt work, lind started tion Is not The was struck a of thousand spies convincing. penny first by Klug stroam of Prussian emiCorn Minnctt's Model Meroin lu and was mocarefully concealed "The Millionaire" the eighth eontstry, courso bo closely Into of to Is a and delled on tho denarius of Chnrlcs tho Great. grants Franue; (Ham-Smith) harmless rathor pleasthere. All this apant about a mnn who comes into Tho thin of coln is shepherded by his' agents story young flat, form the ascribed the In Stlobor's "Memoirs,"'from which a Ynllllon of ns ho dies too to Arab of pears money, and, soon, Influence. Tho division the pound exauthor graphic and grucBomo he dcvotcB most of It to It Into of beenmo quolOB many philanthropy. twenty shillings twelve penco mothods. What of his sort of fruit they to know thnt ho common about tho time of amples may add to tho Interest was the OonqucBt. lins boro In knows. The author a West and ho his start Numerous coins In 1S70 everyone Australian, got foreign remained circulatho German a on of when a wondorfu] minc. hut was the coln. good chapter the groyvtli ho floated gold tion, the nonny staple Money, at which can'-detrain tho Don is a bush was so that In many military railways, Dolnney's "Gentleman Jack" however, dobased reigns front a million metí vin" twenty-four added Now U would not from to In uenrly yarn to tho South Wales PBBB hand hand. ranging the At tho head of each of the 'devon Tho book time of tho hours. Bookstall Company's publications. Stophen the barons exorcised Is 'directorates of tho Prussian Stnto railways has all tho of melo-l light of took that nppropriato properties private coinage-they caro a the coins a colonel of the commanding "raliis were timo nrmy drama, and briskly'written. light. All this the coins servo on tho wero John forwards batch of irregular in shnpe, but a round way division," whoso members Long a readable

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,

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«na in channel«, Idled various Hero at jewels. aueliorcd ho loved cmornlrts nt home, and bo an to stones. Ile provea nbove all other had circled the globo old icltovv, engaging and an adventure three or four times, haû,had ho Inrecounting. And when or two worth wanted George his niece, mentioned cidentally to

Carlo.

wont

I

in his incnnrlescontly minti, WOB, had written her, following own and on minutely hor specific directions, his address In closing banker's Paris, Naples, and and for of moons he Cairo; many passings had his and opened foreign mall usgorly hopo fully. But hope must to feed have somotlilng and aftor o two years upon, struggle lasting she rendered \ ,> tho It wasn't ghost. that the the loss of money hurt; It waB finding of dross metal whoro ho there Was supposed hut his Inter nought gold. Perhaps shyness was ns duo much to this disillusioning incident

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case

curative

it

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JONES.

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colds,

Mrs.

W.

H.

Is

JONES'.

often or

Their

Children

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has

it

letter

Jones'

Mr.

is

cured

never

our

found

any

been

bad with and

relieve

thing

of

All

so

I

have

used

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children.

him.

cured has

eldest,

six

our

and

wife

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all

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"

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complete. a take on mottled leaden a mottled

brown

croup

them

cure

he

that so

been subject

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to

from the

bled

to

but

nose,

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any

and

think

self

Cough Remedy

Chamberlain's have

wife

my

left

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in

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is

wonderful

most

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like

children

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we

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a

it

to

hide

it

medicine. for

it

to

it

is

so

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take.

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of

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pleasant

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keep

best

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getting

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dose

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birds

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young

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THE

BASIS

MATTER.

OP

delivered

the

Fara-

T. W. Btehmrds Professor and the Chemical Society day lecture'before the took as his subject fundamental properof clements. The weights the ties of the

and

chaos, ordinary when

be

relate

been

the

made

a

doubts

there

such

are

from

port

the

of

effect

compressibility

tho can

guess

very than

low

So

little

the

main

of

facts

of

be

hardly reading. can

the

who

succeeded

and

certain

chemical

affinity

writer,

a

ible

that

the atom. The author pushes his far-as far as much too speculation some of the of the peculiarities ing for trical atom. carbon

the

he

NEW

DUTCH

,

Some

teach

the

Mimitra

coast

brutal

of

hair,

which

tume

is

and

is

of

In

6

The

lower

curly The

white

cosworn

shell,

teeth

of

the

men

a

annual

source

the

abroad. it

Revenue Income

of

and Investment, of £1,780,000,000 ¡a This, however,

Identified.

much

of

The

to equal the foreign

at

alarmed

Inland

writer the

this on

the

income this puts amount,

known

inbrings (and colonial) to He procapital up £3,560,000,000. In detail, and confirm this estimate shows how expansion incidrntally rapid the He next out the has been. points internst:.ng and the between British correlation exports of abroad. Capital -amount capital invested in the form ef does of course, out gold not, go the main it is to any really large etxent, andytn reinvested earnings represented by exports, other abroad the principal source. being mass of of no little The writer figures gives a this But the converso to prove point. Interest have to re Is also true. The debtor countries Britain for Interest and services to Great !mlt a year. rendered something like £330,000,000 amounts to The world's gold production only a In what, then, is about £1)0,000,000 year. made? in and 'the 'Clearly products; payment as Great Britain remains the so great long and nation her must creditor carrying imports exceed her That Is what greatly exports. tariff reform Impracticable. makes vested

to

of

height 16,000

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Charles

is

than

Exercise

It

to

Reduce

Your

Fat

s«e

take

No

The

virtue of Formettes is such they Fat Reducers of themselves. are no No long tiring walks called for, exercises, no alteration gymnastic to mode of whatever your present quite tasteless, living. They are contain no mineral or harmful ingrein a and may be carried dients, or woman's purse a man's waistcoat without notice. pocket exciting act

\Y

as

Diroct

from

S.

H.

Washington

Henshall, Soul,

is

Adulteration needed with

in

Diet

your

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flesh,

to yourself thinness; it for your health, and only temporary in effect. Eat what you wish, eat and take Formettes. heartily, will an They actually appegive you tone tite, because up your they health as well as reduce excess Fat. no on Formettes place restrictions diet whatever. your

Don't is bad

Chemist, Pattlnson

stop

or

it

worthless

no

is

highest serves

the

dieting

are it

quack remedy

medical one

human system, and acts as burdened with excess '.»re and now. .....

Prom

fat

drugging
the Formettes

in

principle

Formettes

this

with

comes

excess

Just

from

8 lbs.

endorsement purpose

thoroughly a

effects a

ii

we

the

weeks, three

introduce

Empire. and only

:

you

absorbs without to

the to

2 46 and

Co.,

Clarondon-st, Chemists,

South

fall

removes

all

any

body. into

of

one

Dublin

In in

(Vic).

Stocked

Elliott

Bros.,

by Anthony O'Connell-streot,

Hordern and Sydney.

Sons,

to

there, forms a

per-

I

The the

snow-

rainfall

portion together

is

of

;

New

large

discovered

flora,

explored

large

many

extent

of

i

coastliue.

STONEY.

telescope

was

In

1852

he

of

Johnstone

most

fertile

astronomy. In

He

the

Dr.

the and

1847. to

and

1826, then

was

for

some

celebrated

Lord

Rosse,

of

wonders

of

one

became

the

Professor

of

first

to

see and

to

the he

years whose the

day. Phi-

Natural

the

physical particularly

bodies, had

for

over

been

stellar

1SS2. of

the

evolu-

recent

views

He

escape.

with

wrote

a

half

Mr.

constitution that

of

the

on

he

Irish,

Fellow

no

a

ticism,

a

dominant

Tennyson plays tho

of

actors,

twentieth

"QuarTho

but

they

century. '.Ism, not

easy

had

Mysis

to

their

Irish

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|

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Grip for

remedy, signature

removes

E.

W.

Grove.

1/11.-Advt.

full

Cold name.

the

I

a

his

is

now

the, letting talkstanding ground, not an old black-

were

almost

and

relief,

than country Ferguson. but as dry

to

the

was

had

to

could

go

bare

The the

and

drove

more

over had

on

I

anything

seen

a deep quite as and» tho bonedust, it a milo along nearly

Tills

is

water.

get

Driffield.

interesting,

next

Our

road

camp

much "varied

was more

scenery

more

than a

is before. The at alL town now, no Europeans of is rum stamps) Even the (10-head battery were scarce, Grass water both Chows. and by over his and I fell out completely and Davis It was altogetbor of the black. ill-treatment and I was glad to get an camp, uncomfortable I any Chinese

had

Driffield there

seen

miles little a

been

It

Is

the

rockeries

it

the

seasonable

hot time

plants and

so on

grown before

overgrown

aav

delay,

be

on

presuitable

mako

necessary. a

amoena,

very

ornamental

ever-

and

August

times

In

the

I

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HAIRDRESSERS'S EXPERIENCE^ used Chamberlain's repeatedly Cough] and always It to depend upon give mo writes when from Mr. suffering colds," Mount Fry, Hairdresser, Gawler-street, it S.A. first with "My experience

havo

relief

when

havo

1 It

no

suffering thoroughl", one

had

a me

fixed

hesitation in reliable.

a

attack

severe

up in

in

a

recommending like

manner,

ramajrt"T-¿3]ytl

of brondoses.

few

it as _^_

I

to

any-

it

is _

out

I

There

early three

an

after

Todd,

Mount

to

road.

have

we

meets

on

banks

are

one

and

steep

country see

cannot of

and

seen,

met

a

miner

the

high, Is river

an

'

-

Is

line.

telegraph

overland

the

surrounding

about open till ho

SOft, plain, is on

and so

the

Tho tho that very,

Gunn at Mrs. pub. which is no and thero hands, there simit Outside aro about now. romance N T. of tho thousands empty bottles; ply rest of the Tho is unquenchable. thirst a of a police station, "town" consists store, a station, I and commodious telegraph and, not an farm. must forget, experüoeaital Afc one station is the telegraph there operator one both unmarried. There ia and linesman, room for a staff of a dozen quito comfortably. iron wiro the E00 yards of river The spans in a most but th« valley matter-of-fact way, wiro has the of a all dignity 20-foot copper and a steel mast masonry pier double about 100ft on each of the stream. Incihigh sHo the local station does not the, dentally possess of the In casa means reaching top of the mast a insulator or of broken any other accident? that is a trifle. [but mero Departmental rea

brink stayed

.

Romedy,

country.

the

»

and of

formed

recently further to

this

down

of course) Jones, (named Welshman He is ono his examined show. carefully sober and hardmen of the fine N.T., the and He has a mine, very promising working. adexcited my highest his resourcefulness he a is A steel-roller by trade, miration. Not able to being get his splendid mechanic. and a he built a furnace ore roasting treated, of only by a couple assisted cyanide plant, a hand-crushing plant, and fixed up blacks, this to keep tho of ore in way, 500 tons treated assay He built a very creditable pot boiling. had no kept he balance, office, though and, his on all his work by measuring a check a shoot of auriIn o*e place he struck bends. he set to work and built so ferous ore, copper His pans were blast-furnace out of nothing. a his of galvanised Iron, made*"jut of odd pieces was an old discarded dray driving wheel all the this he copper but with treated wheel; of a 10-heaot ore he He is now In charge got. he has built save his To tailings battery. is and doing good 20-ton cyanide vats, three work. another prosout with Thursday.-I went two out. see his about miles to show, pector Foi is of the good type. Irwin, one This man. from he to his show, living four stuck years mouth very little to mouth, mostly with hand to He did not enough keep it. make about he to it but stack on full rations, him going for 40ft a shaft single He sunk nobly. break out Ive used to go down, He handed. come and fish of up, buckets rock, cowhide and then repeat with his rope, for'the buckets ho has glad to say, Now, I am the operation. Ha and is good money. struck it rich, making to and has two Chinamen bel» Is down 140ft. to white labour, but tb* He has tried use Ho can unreliable. class he get is absolutely his mine out to in a thois beginning open I must manner, though roughly workmanlike of most his shaft is one the say original ever down. On my I have been "skeery" Breinl to Creek I found and return Horseshoe horses. We there with threo Giles, jun., the New Wolfram out to visit Camp. started and The shows were interesting promisthere from as Breinl everybody, tbey got blood ing. On our return heard all have we malaria. was on the main camped the Drifthat party thus us about six miles out, relieving; field, as future of all to movements. anxiety main and a fearFriday.-The party arrived, it is-3S t> horses, foals, some-looking party 4 vehicles, 10 white men, 4 dogs, 11 donkeys, a Tho and 10 blacks-truly motley crowd. not to so first I could get a horse ride, stage a Peter Anderhad te go in buckboard with who took to Union Reefs. me son, the Dane, old character (one of the sober He is a great has a and He been diver, has had ones). We came across a great some experiences. circular and a quarter of a mile pool, nearly It is be of in diameter. said to enormous for a It looked most tempting swim, depth. it is known to but. unfortunately, be the home so swims are a of a at discount. big alligator, see but we did seo half a We did not him, wo dozen of the small crocodiles; that Is, a about saw half an Inch above spot projecting the and another water representing eyes, tha the nostrils. 6in representing tip of the away to After our return All else was submerged. the River. Bretni we wallowed in Eadith camp collecting mosround naked stark hopped was plentiful us all, and tie game off quitoes so we him moving. and savage, kept a littl» Katherine at Sunday.-We arrived is the second flowing This after midday. tho last ono

trans-

I

i

of

Wednesday.-Started and walked breakfast,

As

GARDEN. early September are very vegetable garden, as they constitute the for the season sowing seeds of of the late and many spring early summer, as well as some In drills autumn, crops. liberal now be made of broad sowings may beet, beans, carrot, lettuce, parsley, peas, parsnip, the marrow rhuincluding varieties, wrinkledi or barb, salsify, vegetable oyster, seakale, Swede andin spinach, white turnips, and, a warm sheltered or French position, dwarf beans and butter beans for early cropping. In seed-beds sow well-prepared asparagus, Brussels broccoli, sprouts, cabbage, cohl-rabl, and whence leek, the resulting plants, except when and asparagus, large strong to enough bear be to transplanting, may transferred rows in the of a open ground. Seeds gene ral of annual and culin collection biennial ary such as bush and sweet herbs, anise, basil, borage, carraway, chevrll, coriander, and summer now dill, marigold, savory, may be In sown, preferably prepared beds. Continue to sow for salad seeds of plants, cress, and radish In quantities mustard, onion, to according requirements. On the tableland and colder districts geneseed fon onion now rally, the main crop may be sown. If the too seedlings have come up thickly from the onion seed sown last month in the warmer ot parts the State, thin them If are de [liberally out, especially large bulbs sired. If additional bulbs are the required, the best of thlnned-out be seedlings may rows transplanted to eighteen'Inches apart and nine inches With apart in the rows. ordinary attention will Into they develop large onions later in the season. Of course, onions that are grown for will pickling not require thinning. In districts now be the, coast chokos may planted at the base of a fence or strong trelor lis, similar and In deer, support, preferably rich sandy soil. not The fruit (seeds) should be burled too the or the deeply in earth, delicate young will to rot in seedlingsbe likely the ground. Jerusalem artichokes may now be planted in colder anil as soon as the the districts, warmer in the tops of those previously planted areas well hoe becoast are above ground, rows weeds tween the to the down. keep In the in the a warmest position garden now be for few tomate niants may planted '? * early cropping. bo and when Potatoes m.iy largely planted, an of were planted for the tops thosoi that the soil bearo well above .early crop ground, the in tween the rows and between plants well the rows should be kept cultivated. Late

chitis. wide

my

far

river bed, blackfellow before he

green shrub, growing about ten feet in high ¡favourable in positlcns the coast-districts, is a of profusion beautiful ¡now producing small, flowers in rather pink large clusters. This handsome shrub is worth including in any It Is not collection where already In growing. .many the gardens purple flowering magnolias are now a effect. producing fine Where there iis ro im sufficient these of harbingers spring are more worth extensive planting.

was

HEADACHE. the world Quinine, cause. Call for

to much undulating so

later

flowering

established

In.

where

Barker, CAUSE

and the

pay

get and

After

of pounds. of

not

up, It

jumped.

legally,

Davis out

dis-

wolfram

when, there stood up yards away, our very aosea Up under He had crept ara our Mailand yet they without seeing the blacks, against their wills, to going keep reservations! on and early start, Monday.-We made a fairly As tho' to Hidden Valley. drove acroBS country shop, it Is a pretty rough suggests, name tin. are on a bit of a miners good where few of the shafts, and a chat I had a look at one class oC better the one of the with owner, the again, We out of valley miners. got

create

a as the drama. thing account of Interesting in theatre literary has eswhich thoroughly and thanks to Syngo, Y^ats,

COLDS IiltOMO

has

well

sets

rearrange formed

an

the

beginning 1SS0-a movement itself, tablished Lady Gregory.

Is

the

go.

was,

had

the

rent

went

20

'

in

playwrights.

other-worl

gives

the

writes

and It material

so

in

writer

THEATRE.

and

born

are

certain

noto,

effect

The

IRISH

Irish says, before

drama

this

THE Charles

terly"

ot the Royal To tho century. last he retained all of his the vigour great intellect, and achieved the open-mlndedness of the most of his youthful student Many aro now Ideas Into slowly filtering the general of doctrine concerned with the body physical nstronomy. other things, he was Amongst much by Professor impressed Blckerton's stellar of evolution the metheory through and dium of partial Impact, he himself cona tributed not little advice and inby his fluence to the later development of that pro found xagd fay-reaching generalisation.

Society

He

more

selective on

stellar

of

possibilities anticipate."

molecular

our

-

National Library of Australia

MAN.

the reviews in "Quarterly," Clodd, folof primitive man, mostly knowledge This is a new J. G. Fraser. science lowing was with new Anthropology only evidence. the British Association in to I8S4, admitted still and this explains why theory lass perhaps behind the accumulation of data. a good way of the of No explanation origin satisfactory and for is so far exogamy, instance, totomism Ilr. Clodd a clear forthcoming. gives little FTasor's and summary of views, proceeds to the re-Issue' of the "Golden notice Bough," dealt with at some In our litelength already columns. rary Edward

Stoney of minds Dr. Stoney at graduated

In Queen's and losophy College, remained until its that University dissolution In He is as a principally interesting pioneer Ho was of physical astronomy. one

sun.

Melboumo Wholesale Agents,

got and

and

Ireland

assistant

of

5/3

other

fauna

death

voluminously

Formettes

any

physics bom

was

as

5J3

and

JOHNSTONE

recent

tion,

starve

about

[

Formettes
it

permanent cure and restorative have any tendency

milos

feet,

considerable

a

DR.

weeks,

in

from

two

pigmies,

and

The

whilst

rapid, tonic

splendid flesh,

of

in

be

I

Needn't

You

lady by weeks and another

'

I

You

six

in

of

the

so-called

modern one

The

PRIMITIVE

Fatness reduced the weight of one lost S lbs. gentleman all without bad results.

to

range

expedition

of

rivers

found

14,500 In

The

collections the

chipping.

80 miles, mountains, precipice, with

height about

Guinea.

by

unbroken

at

greater

great

Louis

onaJmmonse pendicular line

was

Carstenz

feet.

tbc

point

a

quite thousands

horses

but did

his

let

the,

He

show. It

go

at

look

ago,

Wolfram

worth

ing,

I

had

be

up,

more

fellow.

learn.

1

to

sharpened

are

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extinction

of

leave

where are to position tbey flower. If this is operation carefully performed in or weather the cloudy showery not suffer much reyoung plants will by the moval. Similar remarks as regards watering manure to dais liquid apply cinerarias, ¡with lies, polyanthuses, stocks, and other early more 'spring flowering plants, if the especially soil in which are are the} is not growing

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-.ays of

within

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Tolstoy

BRITISH

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results

interesting expedition

recent

the

the

peace,

the

down !

is

only

from

so

the

solitude, of kingdom

Some

imprisoned was Turgenef, -The continuity

feature

in

his age.

suicide,

Sanyasln's He bis proclaimed peace by imagining

of

found

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were

attained^

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less

secret

be

zero

he still

calm.

the

pressure

on

Yet yogi,

the

worth

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ripe

break,

outstanding

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afield.

moral

puts in

itself,

out

exception far

refuge

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life.

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exerts

found

Tolstoy's undergoing

tho

If

he

reduced; points

other

of

arc

absolute

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that

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abstract

some

in

exiled.

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we

as

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life

Russian literary in to a living committed duels, most

only

killed

were

carefully

Tolstoy's peculiar

author

-hanged,

were

or

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further

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was

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atoms

them

done

flying,

him

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curse

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very

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the

"might

Albert

home

something he like to

prove

free

impending

in

a

perspective.

proper

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has

summary

the

At that point of at rest from a heat point must, sayh tha compressibility In Conversely reside themselves. author, a this the of theory indicates possibility of which heat effect even In matter vtbratlonal This the are in normal novel atoms piling. results. leads to many Interesting suggestion we able to asits might be Assuming truth, at

the view,

progress

of

superstition

"Edinburgh"

little

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far metala

at

mar-

of

themselves

TOLSTOY. The

in

spaces

temperature

metals. by extrapolation, less compressible ordinary temperature. of

Inci-

greatest ago

asked said, water

had

men

sult

the roots replanting a position in as natural be crowns must not esIf the ground about a mulchheavy receives

more

knowledge

extra-

author He out of solids and liquids. points the case from hot cannot ot-capc cupric that nitrogen from crystals, that water cannot escape oxide, even to and solids are impervious that many .The idea that and helium. converse hydrogen receives some atoms he compressible supmay if

the

this shake

degeneracy."

tbetr that hoped acminutely relationship will weights beundeniable

various

the

in to

Inveterate

-

between

the

of

one

unable

I

he the

inevitable

recently

moro

Dr.

thrive in exblooms, and consequently The latter do better in parposed positions. a or easterly tial and having southerly shade violets are Where only a few grown, aspect. to a the be set out as an edging plants may next away day. to our nine miles or a But where they Tuesday.-With only about flower border shrubbery. warm very Davis made the pace cultivated in it is best to plant destination. are quantities was bit, and ansnf to show off a He wanted with fuu in or beds four feet wide, at them a bed that mei so he four-in-hand with took and througti foot between them, to exroads, pathways one wide over those rough 'gallop driver to a magnificent the necessary, and the timber. He is such pedite little cultivation «erY°us scrap feel the slightest without inthat I did not facilitate the flowers destinagathering at a was more glad to arrive I never the The CreeK. juring stronger'growing plants. we at Horseshoe when arrived tion than should be one foot and several varieties planted apart battery manager, there is a H»re to a Chinese and the less nine men, in addition every way, vigorous ones white other Mr. Cleland, of not blacks. inches. In the hot violets -must and a sprinkling months town is a magniflcent-lookins manager, allowed the be. to suffer from excessive battery addryness is not wonder of wonders, and, old man, at the or and winter disroots, the autumn resident He Is the oldest dicted to "square." of tho of bloom not be The a play will satisfactory been member the N.T.. having of He was 1864. insect is the worst of in that tho violet settlement enemy Cliffs Esoape he who and it was summer the in is the red can in Gotthenbnrg, spider, but this pest wrecked I This 22 fcurvlvors of that'wreck. the be in check of saved His kept by distributing flowers from others. from but not him, heard, aro sulphur over the foliage once or twice during Mandle, Jaberoo, and lubra, blackfellow, do The the season. sulphur can be to and They applied decent clean. exceptionally quite tree run the leaves a with have through line or and cooking, and muslin bag, all his work been never have a of they pair sulphur of store-room: to bellows. the and yet, according a thing, known to steal all that is the blackfellow and his kind, Davis a and I had Mr. Cleland NOTES. bad. After lunch is more and saw the locality, walk about long The earliest ilanted are now BowerIn the pansies Chinese methods. ruined mines by good that ing very and to In the local talent got tofreely, keep the plants or six of five evening and kept condition remove the seed-vessels as of desirable oceans "square, with gether, with sore day. soon Next as water the liberall night. they form, and plants things going several to fight-result, ensue. occasional ally should dry weather An heads, they began one severely sprained and cuts, and of weak manure at the roots black eyes application liquid great the is undoubtedly ankle. "Square" will beneficial. Before those inplants

'

that

history were

from

the

mathematical atomic is Such lelationshlp emerge. no of elements; but so far very tween groups formula has been stated. general satisfactory then to deal with The lecturer proceeded absohe is not volume, which, thinks, atomic chemMost physical unchangeable. lutely volume to refer all in changes ists changes the between but the in space the molecules; curate

of

vels people

the

ot

descendants

our

to

ensure

to_ is

It

has

such worn enough

out

cosmos

to taken

on

went

precautions determination.

accurate

of

witnesses

the

of

beginnings

first

mute

were

said,

time.

or

younger When

fine

such

them

saw

his history; father's when honey-gathering; him his brothers, leaving He also pointed children. a

flower

not

very

stork, We

personal

lose

years

do

and that

way

VIOLETS. floweringfor have ceased violets have been that plants and the will for the same spot three years are When tho plants attention. is to plan three or more old the best years and replant the lift and divide younger them, or in tho old in new ground portions, either do and well after manuring. Violets heavily in garden soil, but flower profusely any_good rather rich virgin in strong, deep, they thrive the flowering generally, single land. Speaking hardier than double are those having varieties

j

be

atoms,

of

considerable

four

produce

or

long

camps,

exodus, the

The early this season, in growing now require

DEGENERATION AND PESSIMISM. Surveying a field from to Schopenhauer Metchnikoff, the "Edinburgh" asks how may degeneration and be pessimism but combated, it declines to enter upon any of propaganda Tho eugenics. writer to a proceeds give account of some popular obvious In examples as an answer regressive evolution to 'the crudely elementary mistake that evolution means prcgToss: and the always draws moral all is not but on that degeneration evil; is, the a contrary, necessary factor in progress. to Turning, then, literature, he the shows that of popular cry degeneration has been heard from the sixth century .onwards, without any disastrous very effect. Even such clear-sighted as persons Hume, Milton, and Carlyle have their own bewept age, not that knowing they themselves were helping to make it a great. Herbert Spencer, philosophical optimist, was likewise convinced that everyhad been thing going to the the doga during of bis life. it latter part "Truly will appear

par-

caused

readanimal Roberts, a

(

colour

are

results

large shows a literature.

the

ali

than

more

consequently so

and

serted

means

tablished plants the roots manure natural ing of well-decayed in the and moisture will be cool, the kept from too evaporating. soil rapidly prevented the greatly benefit Moreover, the mulch will flowering The later in the season. plants be considerably of these plants will period are removed the if all seed vessels prolonged to save If it be desired as soon as they form. at the kind, and any particular the Beed of in a healthy, same time to the plants keep or two seed one only allow condition, vigorous stem» on each flowering pods to mature

BOOKS.

the

of

for

and or

now

author,-

he dentally of medieval"

in

black and The to become yellow. fire colours) "pcison-warnlng" (these are tew a white a out fluid, salamander squirts the of a small of walch will cause death drops have toads fire-bellied animal. The so-called under colour on the parts, a warning similar to their as a signal which expose danger they possible enemies.

Cough Remedy.

Chamberlain's

The

The

a

in mixed be should they attain full de-

to

from

legs carried their long straight behind them. I started ont Sunday.-Taking a black boy, for a round the This boy, walk country. all of and Albert, pointed out manner tracks, his me how to them. In showed recognise me lots of inqueer pidgin English he told a of dethings. Coming group teresting to

dwarf

divided out bo spread should the as possible, and covered too deeply.

experi-

however, agrees with the sentiment that the animal story helps us to return to and nature frees us from shoputilities. worn It us Initiates into a "clear candid" life, and leads us back to the old of earth kinship vitbout asking us to relinquish the wisdom of the ages or fine any

arrows.

the

changing

for

is.

all,

j

the

as

in

grown

'

David

out

groups

apart

more

onfs.

Seton-Thompson, and he from goes back realms of folklore, the peopled with magnanimous lions, loquacious jacKals, and crafty foxes, vain birds. It is curious to ask how these traditional characters have been acquired. animal Modern study Is peculiarly destructive of such But traditions. the perhaps modern of animal writers stories as get quite far in astray ascribing almost human characters to their heroes, forgetting of an bow much automaton the animal, after

Rab-

one. large small hour,

Is

out

such

are

in rows,

3ft

The

blooms

freaklshness

makes writer of recently published those of Charles and Jack London; to these the ancient beast land of fable,

to

kinds or

In

least

a£,

profusely

so<

the

grace,

emotional

certain

a

taller

or

position vigour,

same

tho

super-

"Edinburgh"

article

able books,

irri-

an

causeo

The Amazon green certain parrots. have the Brazilians, among rots, popular out and head and neck feathers plucked or with the simply places rubbed poison,

Cured

nervous

his

of end

was

Quaintly

ANIMAL Another

and

of

Were

sclenco

deep,

let«

from

taken

aro

three specimens beautiful bird, standing over

wero

rare

a beroo, giant (perhaps more). along, with ing

to

their

in

with mingles his It spiritual splendour. is the character of a belonely 'boy brought up tween two sisters a scholar. whose father was The father was himself a mathematician of and ho repute, devoted his himself wholly to children. was Galileo still and Newton alive, was in the lap of the unknown It was hours. an age to stimulate precocity, and of by way paradox to encourage mysticism.

a

the

If

Banu

The

Who

delicacy the

keen

a

conventional

of

his

was

Au-

,

tblB

cf

that frogs

like

from

Children

this

soul.

bargains,

bater

utilitarian.

all

To

ence.

hard

his

sense

posed on exceeding

in

jewel of the ugly amphibians.

in an and dogs din The acts on the heart a few poison minutes. the after manner and central nervous system Is uncertain. composition of digitalis. Its are to The Indians of Colombia said poison a frog secretion. The frogs their arrows with exuded a to fire, and the poison are exposed

Six

of

keen

a

Even

His shows

of

the

If

themselves, borders,

others

Among

fertile

friable enrich

nnd

and

He

j

flower.

any

rich,

extracts Professor

to the Northern Woolnough, Geologist tory Expedition: on round. On and I set out our Friday Davis and reHe is a most my magnificent driver, for a increased enorspect buckboard has drove on to a rockmously. We granito for and after a through hole lunch, spell to Mt. Diamond. At an. old, Wandi Wandi, is almost alluvial there deserted field, a with waterfowL very large lagoon plentiful

rather In

necessary

it)

i

manure well decomposed* only be be and this should used, the before Into ground worksd

course, he

kitchen.

gear.

in a many-figured traditional traits

the

driver fact,

judgments.

strata. thus

precious

doubt

no

la

bits

Jones'

face

one

of

best

it

to

are

well

in

by

received

Terri«

of can, varieties in less space, be grown perfection Where closer together. should he planted for too have grown large established plants be carefully may now their surroundings they the more healthy and but only lifted divided, with systems, and crowns, good root vigorous tho in be Plants growing replanted. should

duchthat

bedroom,

the

out

If

do

r.lums

but

soil,

Planted velopment.

ap-

for

his

from

waB

of

a

.of

critic

AMPHIBIA. no

has

character

secretion

in

Mrs.

of many

vergne:

Colcold in the head. the often find that lectors of and toads others. of has the one poisoned secretion to taste had hardihood who havo the Those in a describe a bitter astringent feeling toad local spasms the mouth followed by violent in inexperiments consist More agreeablo MamInto various animals. the poison jecting and fish may be killed remues, mals, birds,

and

had

In

food

flower

There

ascetic

so

hangings fact,

elements

equation.

weakness

Pascal

a

own

In

into

the

a

and

snlnt,

"Edinburgh," a coherent

the

diverse of

had

as no

his

machinery, the imago

Infinite.

OF

toad

there

venomous

colour

of

almost

POISON the

Although his head

yellow gradations

upper

the*

number The total Is made possible

tation

Mr.

have

carried

cells Other by diffuse reflection. are oil charged with drops, the surface Blackish brown and and yellow. appear also through Is distributed reddish pigment and and these can shift up the Bkln, granules surface the down. When come to the they have almost When they animal is black. Inter or white. retreated the skin is yellow green by animal may appear medlately. the diffraction

Personally,

as

would

to

the

Bide

who

well

PASCAL.

Inventor, says

qualities

these

wrong

Pascal

esses,

suit

OF

garden loam. tho soil should deeply 'planting. bed by

of

unity.

they

whero

seedlings delph

Herbaceous

he

matters

organic

tera

RESIDENT.

OLDEST

following

The

six

to

colon's,

vigorous

nearer

have

we

fuse

the

a

was

He

brown

MIND

pragmatlst, Pascal,

has

what

in

freedom

Occasionally on

Church

the

for

out

points

about Apparently

much

case

and Empire; ReEnglish statesmen by

the

that

on

in

the

the

of

is

throws

author of

growth that

exchange

prose

to

pear

colour

and croup.

colds

Chamberlain's

as

quickly

Remedy-in

when young-Chamberlain's

bronchitis

have

children

our

Cough

Chamberlain's

in

whole.

black

and

colour from

is in

j

tree

green

with

A

says,

she

If

oversea,

The

significantly was brought by theologians. for

failed

But

the up

ho

road,

a

life

different.

THE

leaves;

very

far

not

artist

Others pass old like the lichen themselves In a covered among which they live. is a vivid mixture the colouration few cases Various of and gold. lizards blues, greens, a of colour change. retain similar faculty not striking, The best-known, though the most is a that of This Is the chameleon. case with half old essentially African, very animal, The leathery its In Madagascar. fifty species filled with numerous cells skin tissue contains a white granules, causing strongly refractive

Remedy.

Cough

bound

such

and

dogma.

and

foot

one

brilliant

ABORIGINES.

THE

'

are of differfeet long, white and pure Including are most and ones but tho blue purple scarlet, In gardens. Many grown Australian largely flowering regard the Intensely-blue gardeners herbaas beautiful of all varieties the most blooms, coloured ceous plants, w.t'i similarly In the These thrive in cultivation. plants coast and on the tablelands, districts, cooler with attenordinary where established plants, or five months continue to flower for four tion, time to plant the I», is now tho in year.

from

ent

poor

more

her

ritual

religious

Physicist,

'

stones

Were

closely

been

I

when

perch. and mako

grey,

how

mystery

a

will

frogs colour their

may

be

only leading

and

extinction.

contention

but do this they arc so that blind, tbey process. In many In the due to action the chango is a.reflex but sometimes stimulus; this, again, and a green will sit unperturbed frog the yellow stone. In Hyla, largest the adaptaof tho' Amphibia, however, green

on

readiiy

Is

with

contends

to

its

to

to

lot

and

temperatures expand, with the result or more less black. The to the seems that animal suiting over these changes, environment. Dark frogs

takes

way

her

he adds formation

Is

colour

green

that

the

a Is writer, to the.stationary

the

says

appealing society, medieval

of

Church

are

plgmentB

first,

Into

more

IJOW

effect.

green

equally there cases

have not

black normal

The

clements

It

and

The

colour

turn

Street,

Surrey

They

Vic.

Hawthorne,

changes both yellow

the pigment turns that the frog Is curious thing control have some

W.

Mrs.

Its

Jones

caused

of

orogramme,

power Where

cells.

may

stand

to

tianity.

Is yellow, the skin in certa'in pigment of these movement stimulus that brings.-about the black for Instance, If, to contract the hy warming to a In which silver grey,

interference

an

deavour

I

higher

a

pigment

through a yellow mutunl

cause

Cough Remedy H.

Is

concentrated.

Chamberlains

of

properties

the under change.

colour

pigment It frog

of

Is

pigments ihe

of

layer shines drops

She

position

tive

OF

THE

\

I

anyone

who

Australia

in

a

has

she

nays.

i

tree

micro-

polygons from below

Seen

.>

and

black, black

us

Is

the

low-power of green

a

live

we

process of

skin

lines!

chango

life,

than more they speak truly In for which that the time of the to the parting come' the distincherself to resign or enshe may Anglicanism, for a sort of Imperial Chris-

they tell

who

DOOM

I

is

dark

by appears

the

of

mosaic

a

do

and

Church

that

know

IMPRESSIONS.

Herbaceous

i

re

¡

there

the due

as

seen

nts

change

can

with

examined Is

reveals

If

cannot

English

marks

I

Vic

Eî^wtkorne,

!of

COLOUR.

leoDnrd the many amphibians spots, theirs. The mechanism Interesting. If the green

NORTH.

THE

WOOLNOUGHS

DB.

DELPHINIUMS. as they aro or, delphiniums, are perennial larkspurs, called, ¡sometimes from habit, growing hardy plants of stately and very ornato nine feet having high, ¡two semi single, mental Their lovely, foliage. or double stalks, and perfectly flowers, double,

currents

main

"Edinburgh"

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CHAN'OINO

Although

the the

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IN

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capably

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confirmed.

AUGUST

counT~oT'

a.in.-For Northorn

Associated

and

HIGH

and

NOTICES.

MONDAY, -

APPEALS. Murray.)

Ives,

28.

hcarlnor: Collieries

and

another

others.

v

(Part

COtiriT.

SUPREME In

Equity.-fieforc ]0 a.m. Heforo

:

.1

Hung

Mr. Actinir a.m.: Chancery-square.-10 Hi; of I». Act. C. and L. I'otilion tate ot Thoa. Moore mid I", Petition for sale. Cunningham ginating day, Master

in

20:

.Equity.-At

v

Good

V

11

a-in.:

0.

I'.

for and

Note-For

summons.

August

.1,

or

P,

Cunningham,

M'Donald.

park

and He

sale. !..

hcarinp EIL

Co»

on

Before Rosnan

es-

Act. ori-

lues the and

number

nt

of

secure

dooumonts

¿u England of for

and

tho

boot

Glasgow

tailors

and

faydne)

the

tailor

and

fullest

Invited

nd

i

b>n

W. aliter

offered

wugos

In

to

exporters

j

tlon

oi

In

the

which

tailors

and

extracts

for

from

Tailors

Master

reasons

wcro should

out

slatod

and

tailors

tho

Associa why emigrate to

sot

tallorobscs Ouo paragraph

\UBtrolla demand

read

then

pamphlets

v

to

an)

part

Jacob

v

that

tallorosses

eise) not Court

heard

lie

the

was

Chief

v

so

heard

week era

est

price

set first

for dow

to

u

nnd

seen

uuemplo>od

that

to

not

had

Bt) last

Honor

and

>

ami

Limited,

another

another, Note.-The 10 a.m IO"»

v

Stirling will

list

J

am

wore

li-

tissue

coat low Bald

Ing about prepared

per

woek

for

ti

\TIOS' of Sow Society the President,

REGISTRAR'S

wen

could

dov

1

labour

King

'

Iso

meanB

best to

for

rase«

trial

at

the

Cen-

heard);

(part

Francis

.lohn

lancaster,

Alick

tho

as

case

may

clerk,

that the person evldenco lo fill is qualified the examination pabslng or municipality, to of clork ahiro the position "f qualistandard therefore the and that coupled with and should bo raised, fication experience, throe yoars' practical at least council to the to bo roforred it and that tbli of attaining means tho host conBidor end. the Local recommends association That this nd tile to conslrt,«Government Department ,10. clnuso ordinance of amending visablonoss nn'mals urn noy that whoro 24 to vu) próvido the piare any public in strnying found of such animal In chhrgo owner or person less of not than to penalty bo a shall Hablo that ordinance than £5; also, Is, nor more 'so In Uko mnnnor. amendod clause 48, 31 bo of proving nocosslty tho as to do away with as tho or allow, permit that owner did tho to or animal» bo, animal may such sufficient

caso stray.

LIMITED.

O.T., ISSUE

NBTV7

OF

SHARES.

NOTICE.

FINAL

subscripcubile as shares, payable Appliallotment. bo Applicamndo on attached the prospoctus, and tion Forms to of the the Commust bo forwarded to offices number 28th Any than August. pany not lator bo for, not less thnn applied of Bbaros, 10, may i.re for tho of Those Issued purpose shares throughout and developing trade extending and and North South Africa, Europe, Asia, offer Company fully paid-up und Bs on application for must cations shai-cs

abovo

for

100,000

on

In will iiarllolp.ato as well as In Australia from tho all other of tho world, iBt July, parts O.T. timo LIMITED inn." proBont Up to tînt dlvldonds: lins tho following paid At of tho rato For months ondlng six cent, annum 12 por per 100D.. 31st Decorobor, 12 per annum 3010 por cont. 30th Juno, per annum W10.. 14 per cent, 81st December, per nnnum Juno, 18U 14 per cent, *30th of

those

snares

earned

Seal

Bottle.

every

STOCKED

to

ALL

IN

STORES,

to unanl

corrlod

Send

In

On

for

Free

Post

Remedies,"

"Home

Booklet,

TO

of

the

tho

station

lils

ho

shenred

août

LIMITED,

BROTHERS

LEVER

"Home" SUNLIGHT

Dept., SYDNEY.

WORKS,

40,000

of which wero morluos and two-thirds The merino sheep were crossbrods. Ho neck folds. proplaln-bodled »hoop, with of duced u the nvcrago weight roturn showing and fleeces for merino cross-bred full-grown The of flaoce of and lambs. weight sheep was 13oi for the years merino 71b full-grown three and

1907

nnd Ooz, lambs and ISoz,

81b broil 21b

for

and

for

tho Merino

for

1907

to

years 21b

1910

1907 ftill-grown averaged

9oz.

71b

the

to

£3

1904, lid.

13s

He

shearers,

9d;

3d; 1905, 18s were pressers their earnings

in

gone

produced the that Including

showed

away

doing

wore

to 1906 In his

for the Tasmania.

£3

1905, the

12s

3d;

£3

1906,

besides

recent

wero had

wet

by

per

£4

were

weok

£3

of

for

It

is

The

No

expenses.

wet

to wot sheep, who shoarers, wet, sheep were they woro dry. hoard. stands part the

had

he

heat

and

peratures

THE

MILK."

"FRESH FOOD"

MILK.

to

then

bacteria and

cold,

by

cooled

instantly

can

it

merely

to

and

180

degrees.,,,

extremes

rapid

to

impossible

boiling

33

such

survive

is

of

temperature

a

obtain

cooling

these the

in

of tem-

ordinary

way.

PASTEURISATION is,

BETTER THAN BOILING.

therefore. ON

BE

THE

SAFE

SIDE.

HEALTH

YOUR

SAFEGUARD

INFECTIOUS

FROM

BY

DISEASE

USING

J

./i

,?

i

j

FOOD"

"FRESH

had in

and

harmful

occasions

on

when,

wit-

MILK.

PASTEURISED

TRANSFERRED. li.

for transiera o! hotel appliiatlons on hv the granted Thursday Mctiopolt at Central Poliio tan Ilrnili, sitting the Licensing Mnmfkld James Court:-Beach street, Bulmuin, Hotel, Family Hotel, Grainger to Janies Davidson; Hughes' Osknr Marmiton to and Harrington streets, Argyle Bourke Thomas Love; Ccoise Hotel, street, Simy Itn)nl Cliff Bernard Muldoon to Millard C. Hopkins; Hills, Bondi, Lanbeth and Henry A. 8. House Hotel, Taylor Charlis P. Taylor, lo Ullaa deceased), Boyd (executors heth following

THE

were

censes

BOIL

Pasteurised

thoroughly

degrees,

bodled.

HOTEIS

,

to

consumers

BECAUSE

he had shoop, had said who often sheep them He considered dry. known a from shearer to suffer hoard wet sheep, although ho had

case

the

0s

shearing suffer. they did Mr. said that tho respondents' Feez, K.C., loast take at CRSC, Including,addresses, would another weeks. threo tho John of Wllllam Kont, Bub-manager said on tho Daryan station, Darling Downs, ns Btib that ho had seven yonrs' experience all his and stations ninnager, had been upon on ostnte life. The station was an which of It had boon cut half was being up-In fact, out There woro two shoarlngs carried sold. thO and on the station during year, they tho dislocation of sheared-before the estate between some 100,000 sheep-but since, 40,000 of and meand crossbreds 60,000, composed rinos. The of fleceos shorn from 1899 weight about and a half to 1910 averaged seven the In 1902, the drought year, woight pounds. fell -loz. Ho a return to 51b produced showing of wool the average gross earnings shearers, and rrom start to finish. other hands prossers, 1904 tho boooma oaslor to Slnco sheep had because wore a they growing larger Bhear, and woro class of wool, bigger sheep. Honor: If tho His sheep aro bigger surely harder to they are shear? Witness that the the replied bigger sheep consethe more was and opon the wool, All the wero easier to shear. quently they time the were moro plaln sheep becoming

Tho

advocates

strongly

to

referring

mon

to

With regard with trouble tho said .that ness's opinion,

epidemic,

Health,

of

THERE'S N0 NEED TO BOIL

3s

with shearers, when ho

novcr

diphtheria

Board

i

nccounts, which of to cost living waa:-1907, 16s lOd; 1910, IBs 4d; 2d/ The and the huadrcdwclght,

man

per These

regard,

the

of

"ALWAYS

mess

15s

paid

allowance

an

With trouble

President

weekly cook,

1909.

1909.

MILK! i

The

and wolghed pressed done the and stacking being by only, branding who a man, was paid 27s 6d spcclally-omployed per week. The rousenbotits' cook lu 1909 earned off tho tho £5 12s Oil a week, station rinding his and In £5 18s he slder; 1910, Id, finding did offstder. The who also grindown oi'pert, and was was £4 ]0s a ing, found, paid in 1910 woek and £4 a week, expenses, and In 1910 for

(Id

...

HEALTHY

Cross

1904 15oz, with

wrinkled platncsi-bodled woro typo from Thoy with merinos almply becauso thoy doing away in and were not profitable the district, the reawas because son wore not profitable of they of the had Increased tho prevnionce fly, which throe an extent the last to alarming during also bewent in for crossbreds years. Thoy for cause the country was too rich merinos. 8000 In 1910 to crutch merino ewe», they had was the done by piece-work. nnd crutching were was Most shearers. Crutching crutchers At the done before the fly got at tho sheop. he bad 32 stands In tho shod, and all station ono woro used tho of which with cxcoptlon Tho gross earnings was kept ns a spare stand. week for the whole for man per shearers per £4 16s 7d¡ £3 19s cut-out wore:-1907, 1008, £4 4s 9d. £4 0s Dd; 1910, These Sd; 1909, wero on tho of 100. For basis 24s per earnings to 1907 the rato was tho thrdo years prior were: und tho 20/ por 100, nvorago earnings they having procurablo.

sheop,

1

?

yearB

1804-6-0

1910

"' -

pretor

lambs

the

for

regard to for

averaged

for

lOoz.

weights

tho-

crossbrods,

MILK

!

'

PURITY.

OF

' ..

? ?

-Jl

.-

-i

YOU

CAN

GET

IT

QUITE

DELIVERIES

Taylor._

....

.Proposed. earned a of profit year the Company Last with a in Australia, popu#10,000 on with the whole lation undor fiv.) millions; to work of on, civilised the world population Is flW1 millions, tho yearly profits which ovor In tho United largo figures. should renou vnty earn 10 alone tilt. Company should Kingdom times the Australian profltB. Forms Application may ¡u,d rrnspectusos from Ltd., 20 ahalmors-st, ho obtained O.T,, Bunk, the Union Oeorgo-otreet.-Advt. and

PEST.

claim

Bgalnst

to 1910, Inclusive, it 81b vious years wns 1904-6-G averaged 31b, With to 1910, 21b Co?..

be.

bo

as

Red

PASTORALISTS.

1907

CLEEKS.

a formulate asked to of tho more satisfactory rating ochóme for lonses for and residential tenemonts. mining and to tbo Shires Association, submission Association. Government Local lb association, opinion of this tho That In for examination tho present of fact passing or shire clerk, town

council

and

one-third

M'Donsld, stealing.

of the Local Government Tho conference South wasl of Now Wales Association Clerks' basomont yestertho Town Hall in continued morning. day wore carried: The following resolutions to make G be amended tho That regulation optional Instcnd of a voucher reglstor keoplng as at present. of compulsory, bo to tho of Lands asked That Department notices of all with alteracouncils supply as of annual tho areas rentals leases tions in occur. time such alterations at tho confrom this It be a rooommendatton That Local and Shires'] Government ference to the Aol bo that tho Looal Govommont Association to make tho Crown Hablo in order amended to thu health ordinances. car-a that In some lnsanltnry It was stated on stntlons, and arrangements existed railway In a position wero tho Commissioners Railway authorities. to dofy tho local govornlng of this oonforenco the In the opinion That established by this associaclasses coaching bo discontinued. should tion to tho It bo a recommendation DepartThat Is Conor whichever ment of Works Lands, before of that, any transfer suitable, sidered at Barao or of be registered mortgago land the same must full contain the department, and nnme, the surname and christian name, the of elthor purchason then address postal

mortgagee the That

taken

misleading workers

CLAIM.

FLY the

of

Union

district

GOVERNMENT

LOCAL

Label

sheep,

SESSION'S and

hearing

|shear.

assault; Wanui Ti'"..inpson. Act; Primen John Tnomis, Act: John in Joseph Own, and the Newcastle harm; fllcrinK Limited, lircich Hunter River Steamship Couipauv, murder. Thomas of Kavicntlon Act; Bourke, Newcastle ami Hunter River for Case Monday: The breach of Navigation Compan), LlmlWd, Steamship in the nu-e set the witnessc« Act. Note.-Only he In attendance ut on for trial Monday need down court on that day. the QUARTFR

Red

on

stamped

Australian Pastoralists' for a rovlsed and others Föderal Council ratos of pay and in to respect agreement the yestor conditions of work lu Industry/was In Mr. Justice IllgglnB continued before day the Court at rooniB t1io Federal Arbitration of the Society. Royal Inand Dr. Brissonden, K.O., Mr. Duffy, for A. C. nppenrod by Mr. Roborts, structed Mr. tho claimant and Mr, Feez,-K.C., union; hy and Instructed Kolynnok, Mr. Jaques, and apMessrs. Stephen, Stephen, Jaques, tor the respondents. peared of Boona Lionel Hny, manager William Bald that Noomann South ho Station, Riverina, had au of shearing, having .Intimate knowlodge to done the work and taught others himself,

cn »'»immcnclng Monday; at with I'ttfiit to «tooling Peter Brown, maratlanghtrr. mnllciouiJv wound. Bradley,

^»'Donald

be

Induce wns

OE THE

Tho

Ebenetcr Atkin, o( Navigation of Navigation hodll) grlovoii«

Powell

with

LEVER,

name

Short

.

Workers'

COURT.

CMMTNALof

on

should rofutlng

of to

lutended AUBtralln

EVIDENCE

I)

OEKTRAL

the

the

Note

were

COURT.

,

America. Holders the profits

action

that

tho

respondents

COURT.

la a list The following Criminal Court, tral Hllderhrandt, Châties Lillian Burrell, murder; Patrick manslaughter;

an

Pastoralists'

-Before 2 District Courthouse, Queen's square Judire for his Honor He}donU 10 a m hearing Re Government and Tramway«' (Tranivvav) Railvva}« re Quarries and for nomination of chairman, Hoard, for nomination of em Iron Mines (Hoskins) Board, and invincible Col representative chairman, nloycca' constitution of re Farfor boan!, llcry, Limited, to riers' court (Country) Award, appeal Industrial Industrial the Before the Registrar (at -At ii a-m. the Offlci.) Application bj Registrar'« Plumbers' ton Uic award ot Operativo Society, vary award of tlie Plumbers and Court the the varying settli minutes of Board, to Claantttcrs' (Cumberland) award order varying

o.unllfloatlon Is not

that

to bo

Kavanagh tho Mastor Commission Tailors eould moro thal thoy employ but could get thom when thc> the> did not men who emploj asked why thc> that nvallable they explalnod thoy somo mon to lack of not owing omplo> J

*

v

of men

alwojs circulars

Iho said

when

slight

a

abour

I

omlgrato mously

1

soar bo

because induco

would

Iles

statements

3 10.311 Court Court).-At (So. Lewi« v Summon« for penalty, Summons for Company. Ltd. Liflted. Dence,

Police

due:

stealing

there

ftt

tho

and

If

were

South Wale«, Mr. Justlio In thr niatt.-r Australian the

of

might to

declared

men

anil

times

wanted

of

of L

of

age had

Stillwell called

so

sappi)

over

No.

Tho

or

70B

a

busy thoro callings

somo

cmplo)ors

out

como

COURT

AlthlTIt

INDUSTRIAL

tion

to

for the Walker

was

ho 10s

was

certain

very in

3liottni,o this tho

am

Wililritlgp

for hearing;: between dispute and the claimants, Australia and of others,

(for hearing): Tamworth Milling

money

or

6d

wall

SHEARERS'

Central

Gordon

GOs class

Mr tnllors

It

U

things

heard).

lug; breach Rreach

2"s

da) who averagod

12 months

tlsements

Sarrlso llaidt

v

Moore

v

n.m.,

INDUSTRIAL

At

from

Bocond to

Bli.

Mahon)

ate.

HÍRRIIIS.-At of an industrial Workers' Union, Federal Council

tlie

min

I

Mr 1"

U

Young, and

Single

10.80

a.m.

"0

thing disgraceful til it circulars Uko this should bo mlsletllng eli ciliated to Into coming to dupo pooplo whole woro mlsorabl) ifavdncj they dlsap It not pointed gtrindOQ Mr M snld that Ryan ( Tailors) tho Tailors Union was ono of only the unions which were Influence»! thOBo ndver b) misleading

COURT. Backhouse limited

Judge

at punctually the Registrar-At

the

ns

out and

-2s Gd labour

fitnalo

ho

the

case)

his

(part

be

cottages

within sl\

were

per mai

that

\

COMMOKYTE U/TII the Hall of the Royal Elirnbcth-strect-Before

At

suburbs

tho

obtainable

Simpson. August 29 -Pearson v Riion (for anson v Tuttli Union St» mi M Donald M Donald, Co of New ship yeaHnd. Ltd Wednesdiv \upist 30 v tin« Benjamin and another ) Brennan and another \\ illlam W codvvard holm, son \ Jo) ce W edncsda), an \ others v Ion W in September 0 -Angas and another v TuesdO), September 12, Br)ant DIRKI-IB nnd another ) Shire Council Monda), September 18.-Dalgety Shire Council fixed to an» Monaro specially subject

At

that

nnothor

th«

clt) to accommodate persons 12s Gd por week Ihe priceof foodstuffs this living gencrnll) stntid paragraph as as conslilorod low-quito cheap than In London Iho cheaper wagos easll)

,

part

could

Is

until

Commissioner and anotlur and NiiMiu

W lutins Luke)

of

trade

In

workers

and

COUnT

JUlt\

the

had

2000

from

ill)

(««eel

be

utes

that

fa)dm) In

could

and an heard

Innirley

lu

absorbed

Brigg

28.-McDougall and Tramways, Council of S)dmy,

Municipal td v 1

2

gnat

REMINGTON TYPEWRITER SALES. of Moore and Ltd., Hoare, fur the sole RemingSydney, agonts linvo received a cable from typewriter, Now Typewriter Company, Remington

EASILY

BY

'PHONING

244

CENTRAL. j

TWICE

DAILY

EVERYWHERE.

RECORD

close

the Cider mlpe In Equity,-Al lion v Hiilherlnid. (Part heard.) Justicu Indintrlal lilch, Court,

to tailors

up

.

liejird.)

ovl

Bottle

a

keep

to apply Tlllam and commission menhams Vs a Glasgow to an reply inquiry a circular lettoi wns received atton drawing tlou lo a Isbuod pamihlot Master by tho Tailors Association &)dm) and emphasising certain bpeilnl luducemcuits The circular concluded with nu offer to give nnj emigrant nn lulrnductlon olllclnl to tho bocrctnry of tho Mostir lullors Association who will nu el on ii rival )ou Instal in and you n suItabL.) ysltlon tint samo da) If nicossat) Mr WtilKor said in I I parentheses fancy seo tho of tho Mustei soetotai) Tailors Association walting to fl\ novvchums about

r

.

AUSTHAUA. The King and

a

wotk were

V resolution

all.

H.

for

Mr

Tnesdov, ment)

Sinclair,

of the point law, Court adjourned until his Honor Monday, having beon assured of consont of bath the the accused, Indepenor on of dently, the advice tholr to counsel, allow the jury to' separate. The jury was cautioned by his Honor not ontor Into to communication with any parson matters on pertaining to The the case. decided it was course, upon, to the explained the Jury, obvlatod nocosslty of Its bolng looked up until probably Monday.

,own

dono the défendant what was that «if n bakehouse and In erection bakery the them to waa on and letting Wappett tha1 laud, ns for his done agent wyn Plainby him Trilled lo the hart alto provo allegations tiff ß and of his contained in paragraphs 0 statennd that so his suit of claim., being ment of coats, 'must bo On the quostlon dlsmlssod. conduct r-thoaghtuho thoughtthe defendant's,

counts

by Mr. M'Donald;

a

plaintiff.

moneys, her In

for

throo

v

August

Railways

Before

for Francis appeared M'Donald. George AVllllnui who was under M'Donald, cross-examination Mr. when by Maok tho Court adjourned, was to a further BUbjooted long cross-oxamlnatlon by Mr. M'Intosh. To a Juryman: said that he never Witness had any bUBlneos with dealings Younghusband and of Co., Mollieurno, while in Bydney. R. Albert Dfirn, stated that he nocountant, kept was prosecutor's books. Thoro a store to which bonk, elder' accused the (Francis)

construe

was

(instructed

of

Boehtuo

Micarthur

v

-Carter fl-Matlsoti

other (specially fixed subject case) 32,-Scrivener Tuehd«) Septemhcr fl\cd to part heard subject an) Note.-Cnu«c« In this court will termination of the Criminal the

ovir

M'Intosh

ro the having agreement circumto the and "tho gard subject matter, ot and the Intenstances the caso ascertain the words had tion of (he from they parties was whether and the question the facts used, a of tho covenants broach proved constituted did Ho not think that of tho ngroemont. tho land had that upon plaintiff proved which and bakehouba and were croeted. bakory the on Wappett carried busiwh'ch Charles upon do ns a wns land bought by tho ness baker, the On tho contrary, ho thought ierirlant. that lund was purchasod the evidence showed

Ile

wore

Mnok

appeared

at-

dealing the de-

wns an denial fendant. The dofenee absolute had started a that defendant bakery business he sold to plaintiff olthor in lils own since name or of Charles as assqrtod that Wappett, by plaintiff. the naturo Hionor. after stating of the His breach of the main complained Waim, said plaintiff was that the defendant since by the of onto the agreement), August 1, 1008 (the land Hoads hU own at Tweed had erected on and on a and bakory, carried baker's shop tho of "Charles stylo business thoro undor regard to that allegation "Wappett." With had admitted Mr. Sheridan very properly to support it. there no evidence That that wn3 of broach constituted the gist tho alloged tho and other allegations statement of claim, to itThey alleged ancillary were merly many persons living that defendant Induced radius Tweed within n of 15 St Hoads and milos thereof to cease to deal with the plainor and to deal with a person persons tiff, thnt he than the and also other plaintiff, or inand directly endeavoured attempted, deal to other persons to with directly, induce a

Thorn

unnblo

the master to unablo

woro

lead

Au

quints

Haigh

DISTRICT

,

of

in-

or n

hands

when

the)

circulating advertisement July 1 asked tim in trado

wore

permanent

COURT

Plumb, September 1 -Baker

'

directly

directly within

or

lui! Da),

olass

time

n

it

Walker

osbes

,

INDUSTRIAL

ald.

either

parsons

( )

llrst

it

at

th

Herald

v

Steamship Commission, v Hil Ual)

work

Mr

It

Cottcv Iramwivs,

were

siiuri

land

28.-O'Donmll v O Donnell and other« Dunn \ llrow-n and Richmond \ another, 1-cl.toril, Roberta v the Chief Commissioner llatlnuvs for mil Howden Tramways, v the Island Steve lor Darling and Co I td Ing Lighterage v tin Tw«da), August 20 Mccullagh Compagnie Generale de and Phonographe«, Clnunatogniphcs de a« Putin ircni. Appareils Precision, trading v 1 norah), Wells \ Wightman and others Great Co Ltd. bar, Wednesday, August 30 -Martin v Turner and another. Curtin v Mollov ItedcriaKtiebolagtst Trinsttlantic, and others v Dennet v

Kershaw, Martin, (for judgment), min Smith v Har Oehlrich v

I

or

ljconaril

\

JURY

1

Sim

Australia

lluro

tvhlch

v

Tapvm

of

labour

M11LU

and

to

Always

Tailors Union Oro» Labour Council on Thura emplo)ors lu Australia milora in to Lnj,lnnd According to tho evidence lullors Unlqn tho boforo on the Bhortngo of labour,

thu

Journojiniti

allefcid

«.«trust

BcfoiT

I

person at

tie

of

IMMIGRATION.

the

the iroducv-d b) Ho) ni Commission

til

1

v Cornuick, tram»a«a' Limited

NO

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APPEAL. VICTORIAN 22. FOOTSCRAY "ACCIDENT CASE. PETITION. MINING CREDITOR'S administratrix Mr. Goldsack, Pickburn, instructed hy Messrs. Perkins, Charlotte Elizabeth Gold and Co. Mr. A. of Thomas Alfred Stevenson, (agents tor Phillips, of the late tho estate v of in of nn Balmain, widow, Melbourne), appeared apsupport sack, of 85 Mullons-stroot, Ash on of Albort-pnrade, plication behalf tho Footscray Quarries Buckloy, of John William Petifor leavo sawmill proprietor. Proprietary, Limited, to appeal old, nonr Sydney, L a decision of on against by a majority the Viction lo bo Soptomber hoard torian Court asido a Supreme sotting nonsuit and a new granting trial. COURT. It was connsol that explained by Amy Hoydon.) of her husJudge 'Auburn Nicholls, administratrix (Before an action in tho Melbourne V AWARDS. band, brought STATE FEDERAL Court before £500 POINT. County Judge Box, claiming INTERESTING AN tho for Boot against company negligently causing secretary of the Johnstone, David the death of her busband. His Hnoor nonproceeded Federation, Trade Employees' the who to tho for suited plaintiff, appealed manager Enoch Alfrud Morris, against of Sir John Madof Supremo Court, consisting boot manufacturers, and Taylor Co., Mr. Justice Chief Hood, and Mr. manager den, Justice, McDonald, and Aloxaudor Botany, Cussen:* lattor in their Justice The two Judgmanufacturer's, for A. McDonald, Ltd., boot the that a man trade ment followed principle where tho boot of >of for breaches Sydney, about ho was that lett a thing responset out dangerous The first Information award. if fired it been sible for any accident pooplo off; had Richardson, an oinployeo, John Chief Justice a an but tho thought that, where Is lid than minimum, viz., less tbo paid man loft a something dangerous, say gun, tho the week ended May 10, and hour during and a who understood Watabout, person guns that John lying allogod second information an the first was not caused accident, person at than' the had been employed loss son In "this case the docoased was responsible. Mr. Armstrong (instructed minimum wage. in the and was killed qunrrios, by by Ml. for tho union, working J. B. Moffatt) appeared a who mistook a and fellow-workman, fifPigott siena!, Mr. James ^instructed by Messrs. and a blast. for Mr. McDonald, ing off nppoorod Stinson) was to appeal granted. for Mr. Morris. "3*eavo Mr. appeared Stinson was the work evidence set out that The for in the department, done finishing Mr. SUPREME COURT. and Stina award exists, which Federal wa3 State power that the son' submitted destroyed thereby. Tm BANGO. ho did not think His said that Honor to Justice had powor Mr. Justice Pring, Mr. Parliament any Sly, the Federal ¡(Before Justice the State The Ferguson.) take Court's powers. and Mr. Acting away could deal with disputes SOLICITORS. Court only OF Federal ADMISSION of any one beyond extending tho, boundaries gentlemen, passed the The following having the Stato did not oust the and awards were admitted as State examinations, necessary case of au in inFederal awards, oxcept Robert Norman solicitors:-Harold Barnier, would be It ridiculous Further, The consistency. Oxlade. Lockhart Dreyor, Robert Aubrey different havo two awards tilings, to enforcing adwore conditionally following gentlemen that and ho could not but believe the State Garrett O'Brien, Percy mitted:-Myles Byrne was circumstances paramount. powor in the Ciarlos Willan, Tasman Park, and Robert his Honor said In to Mr. Stinson, reply "Victorian solicitors. was reduced, the State sphere by the that award Commonwealth only to the extent that it. tho Stato dlàT nothing Inconsistent with EQUITY COURT. Court had' Its sphere, Stato exclusive The the Court had Its A. Chief Judge Federal exclusivo "(Before Mr. Justice H. Simpson, Just as On the face it to be in seemed against Equity.) sphere. that should bo by a man punished OF TRADE CUSTOM. Justico ALLEGED BREACH as for offonco. But two tribunals tho Bamo of Australia, "National Phonograph Company it was there a law South was In New Wales. v J. Ltd., Rooney. drove on persons Inflicting punishment who J. T. instructed by Mejssrs. Mr. Lingen, motor at an excessive spcod, and the cars and for plaintiff com"Pigott Stinson, appeared the Harbour Trust Sydney Municipality and and asked for an injunction to restrain certain each had to mako by-laws pany, power or for sale defendant from selling offering was it motor against driving. Therefore or thereof,.'or Edia if he Edison phonographs parts not that man offended against possible records or at prices less than curbe Hablo to son binnies, nil three authorities should rent list It was alleged plafttlff The his prices. by three punishments? point, to had entered into an defendant not so much of company that Honor's mind, was one the not to sell goods as The State agreement with plaintiffs of jurisdiction. LegisJustice at less than-current prices, bo It but and, In contravenlature could unjust If liked, its defendant had tion of adverhad to bo that agreement, jurisdiction sustained. at his tised a sale promises, DulAfter case by auction further argumont the against Hill tram terminus, of Edison phonoMorris boen wich was dismissed, the money having other on and goods Friday, and reserved in graphs, rocords, paid, judgment was the at 11 o'clock. August l8, Bccond case, In Defendant person. appeared OTHER MATTERS. had An interim Injunction been granted till for lenvo to appeal against Thp application was to-day. The injunction continued till the butchering (wholesale) the award, by suit, ¿he hearing of tho Meat Sydney Preserving Company was ad(Beforo for a the for Mr. Justice Rich.) journed week, and application of nomination employees' representatives DISPUTE ABOUT A BAKERY. and of chairman the Quarries and Iron Carbina v J Dean. also allowed Mines (HosklnH) Board was to stand Mr. instructed of over. Sheridan, by Mr. P. Street, Murwillumbah (by his agents, MessrB. VUlo neuve-Smlth and for tho Dawes), appeared SESSIONS. QTJAHTER instructed plaintiff; and Mr. Maughan, by Mr. A A. R. of Murwillumbah his (Boforo Judgo and Hynes1, (by Rogors jury.) Mr. C. Hill), for defendant. agent, W. the Mr. Horbort Harris, Crown Prosecutor. vA. a suit of This was brought by John Carhino, THEFT OF ALLEGED SKINS. James Dean for Tweed Hoads, baker, against The WHS continued In which hearing Francis purpose of a declaration from the obtaining John and Gordon Powell M'Donald M'Don tlio Court the restraining defendant y injuncfather and son wore ald, respectively, charged from on or tion business as a baker a carrying with having stolon a of quantity rabblt baker's el thor manufacturer of smallgoods, in skiUB, the propo-.'ty of M'DonGeorge William or in or names of any his own name tho name '

CAUSES

BANCO

order

Burrow. Frederick William the of £100 por year, was for payment rando out of bankinstalments In fortnightly payable tho of his creditors. for benefit rupt's Balary SECTION 30. EXAMINATION UNDER MoMr. Re Wllfrod Jauncoy. Wlllinm StevenPerkins, by Mears. catta, instructed tor assignee; apponred tho official son, and Co., for Ono witand Mr. Macdonald tho witness. to September ness examined. Adjourned was

Ro

it

by whoso

liability

assessed

ifaluo Tho

that

trustoo, kind. held

bo

unimproved

tennntsfor was

add

liable

wore

of

was

upon different

a

said

concurring, tho where definitely

kind,

trust to

liability of

was

this

quo

impossible

,was

In

O'Connor,

LIST

i Monda), feiptembir Wedneeda), Septembir

COTJET.

-

Mr.

causo.

Salushury.) Mr. F. H. tho Registrar, (Beforo PETITIONS. OF CREDITORS' HEARING and v Lachlan M'Kech Bros, Co., Ltd., Earp for petinie. B. Koltli Cohen apponred Mr. tho ordor was made sequestrating An tioners. offiand Mr. C. F. W. Lloyd appointed estate, cial nssignoo. and Charlos Rit Arthur Woodhill Alexander and as Woodhill (trading chlngs Woodhill v James Hopkins and another Company) Co. Stevenson, and Brown. Messrs. Perkins, ordor was An made for petitioners. appeared Mr. C. and F. W. tho estate, sequestrating official assignee. Lloyd appointed Jones. v Isaac Mr. Edward Brouo Albert An ordor Bull for tho potltlonor. appgnred the ostnte, and Mr. was made sequestrating official appointed assignee. W. H. Palmer G1. SECTION UNDER MOTION

unimproved

He sot

argument but' 'fox,

was

the

All

>

bnsls 25.

of were

the

i

C1

Friday,

said

judgment,

tonnnt

owner

remainder

consideration. tho calculnto tbo

giving

Ufa

tho

In

of

upan section

In

any

,

BA:NTKRUPTCY

life. The

accord-

COURT.

son.

payment out, learo for Coddington, adminislratrh to ir li 1 Josipli rrcdir Coopir, tnulnunance Drcmer, Hobcrt C 11 M't-iineH inniiitenanci, order lln, ,1 absolute, Var) Down", order aliHolnti, order Alargarit Shoelian, nisi Hie follow mr n< counts be will taken ut Probate OHUc -10 tile CleorRc Alexander dil) Cruickshank, William 1115, son 11 to Joseph SIhcr 11 45 l-oiils» llrodbiik 12 Gnbrkl Woodbun 12 80 John Imp Divorce -Perore In the in in No 1 ludge Divorce, lur) Court.-Cause. List-At 10 u.m Howman \ Howman co iriurkell respondent) Before the HeoistTar in -At a in Bankruptc.} 10 Creditor's He Harriett Ijistcott petition c's Cloud), parto Hamilton Margaret Kmtlcs («.rtinchti a|) plication Phillip John Tucker sec Motion imlcr tion 61 Ro Charlea William Kent t.llflllai, binnie Man O 1 meetings Willis O AbMluro Mi leba«, tor Patrick StinnlDB Albert Miller, 1 mil) Prim-, Wood, Worrall, Humas Jamen George eriswell Hubert Curio), ShanMand, llarr> Di lien AiiRiilua, ham Public oamlnatlon Id« ard iiiilinel George lAanilnaUon section JO Sara eraser chase,

AGAINST

delegates

.

assessed

TOOTEST

1 he

?

able

The

Mr

in

Jo«eph Iel.

WOKKERS."

Messrs. street, ton the

York,

Stott

lo

the

woro

broken

total

orders

averaging mtuutc-Advt.

elTeet In

that the

last snles

booked slightly

over

week

all

The N.S.W.

record»

department, the during one machino

the week por

Fresh

Food and

Ice

Co.,

Ltd.

I

first

be

of ilcercc lu.tlic Motion» Motion« tor ino ellaneoii« of peotutt lohn lee ditto

niihi

TAILORS.

THE

j

tho

ought

extent.

should

mar-

accord-

letters of adnnd Tho following probates wero Registrar ministration granted by tho the week: of during past Probates HodgkinProbates.-Margaret Lyon, Janet Thomns C. IL Richard Ann M'Queen, son, Sarah Ann John Thomas Woodley,, M'lntyro, B. WilEdith Ennis, Matthias Scholl, U'Cnbc, It. Thomas liam Mary Barnier, Rhodes, Jane Jeanlo Campbell, Thompson, Davis, II. Henry Walter J. Richard Maund, Fitness, Isnac Joseph R. Crouoy, Amos, W. Whntson, Thomas R. WilJ. Mitchell, Mary Morrison, WilT. Cnrlstlnn Lehann, liam Llnkcnbagh, Rogers, Roderick Kcmblo, Henry na, Stoot Plomcr,*Thomas Marla M'Douald, John Pago, GalJosinh Stacey, Bridget junior, Dowden, David Franklin, Margaret Cooke, Mary lagher, Ann Robert Wllltam Gordon, Carver, Mary Paul II. Mary Lynch, M'Gllllvrny, WalmBloy, James Lnyb'utt. Arthur Jones, Administrations.-William BroAbraham James Sumners, Bland, David K. James Osborne, Johnstone, gan, Hannah B. James Susan Rebecca M'Grath, Anderson, Anne E. Elliott, Allen, ranger, Richard M. Rotalltek, Hannah Thomas Throssell, E. J. Annie Spencer Sarah Turnbull. Mary A. Clemen William George Blatch, Bryce,

assessrespectivo to be and reduced, Commissioner had,

following!; for n\pcation

FOK

"DELÏÏDINP

3

-

PROBATE

»ettie mimili« his Honor Court-At 10 a for commission

u

I

from

what

£5000

her heard.

part

ulm

EOOM

2.W Lor

1

annealed to

so

of tho

roBpondent, without

and

ritos, loft is

of

NO

in

p

Sulphide

i

deductions whethor

(3)

Anglican potltloner, mutter

woro

1S8G,

SO,

a

the

on

Jeffery,

August

>

1(1

sought

-111111)

parties

Tho on

J 15 decree

of

i

ments

.ny not

two

or

and

dosortion.

Burwood

ing to ing to Tho

December

on

of at

»

tax cost» minute«

Compati) inc\

Bettie to Held,

Tlcforc Summer

Hea;istr»r psrtp

ft

ni

i

ried

JEFFERY.

V

(formorly Ninian

William

leeman

a

to »ettie

-

died

ABSOLUTE.

Jeffery

from

Ore

in

Deputy

-11

Hav-dcn, Concentration ltd, to

Jvirtaltcuon.-Before in No i Street, lury to pasi accounts and powir of sale Hie tiona -John White, Charles 1 Whitlam,

Gordon.)

woro

JEFFERY

Mary

ground

v

poration, pin Protwto

absoluto In pronounced Harriett Horsuits:-Angelina ton v Thomas William Robert ChesHorton; v Edith ney Ellen Chesney; Evangclino v and Blanch Macgregor Charles Macgregor; Florence Jones v Edward Jones. William

Ada

llujdm

Act, to

i

,

who

Critco,

DECREES

dtvorco

and

from

Reference Registrar U 1*

Deputy cn

p

Justlco

Act

L.P the

COURT.

Mr.

nisi /Decrees following tye

each case trustees 1892, appellants in being undnr the will. Tho Court's appointed opinion was on whethor tho sought (1) appellants wero for tbo respectively responsible payment of land tax In respoct of tho whole unimproved value of the or respectivo ostates, only in respect of tho value of the esunimproved táte of the tenant tor alter In lito, making case the of olthor statutory deduction £5000; if land tax wero in rc (2) whether, payable of tho whole one de hpoet unlmprovod value,

jnado;

he him

saddling

costs.

DIVORCE (Before

SO,

Uuctlon

for

COURT.

Justice, and Samuel Griffith, Chief Justice O'Connor.) LAND TAX ASSESSMENT. UPHELD. CONJOINT APPEALS Mr. and Mr. S. A. ThompLnnger Owen, K.C., Littleinstructed Vlndln nnd son, by Messrs. for Mobsrs. Johnson and john (agonts Sondall, of for Alfred Goulburn), appeared oppelluuts, Xdward Sundn.ll and Messrs. and Frank Kerr; and J. instruoted Piddington A. Drowno, by the Commonwealth Crown for Solicitor, tho Tedoral Commissioner of Land rospon Tax, «Icut; and Mr. instructed Messrs. Bothuno, by "M.icnajunra and for tho Smith, appoarcd ap Kato Marlon Edwurd William pclUut Crace, Knox and Dauiol M'Alllster, appellants. Thcso two from of were appeals assessment tas stated tor tholr Honors' unlaud opinion, der of section -IG of tho Lnnd Tax provisions Assessment and woro heard Act, conjointly. Tho of the first wns assessed strbject appeal land do vised the will of Arthur upon undor Howman who died on Chisholm, September IS, the second land devised 390S, and upon by Kendall

with

dismissed

Mr.

Bdward

Still

respects.

ground

ha)

Sir

¡(Before

certain

any

j

Suit

HIGH

In

seo

costs.

-

not

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fought

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the

before

were

they

or

are

may not

Marshall

that with which resembling Hallam. The tie Henry his to Disby engagement beloved raeli's sister, Sarah, whom in many letters the brot/rr addressed as dearest" "My or own 'Sa'." In 1S30-1 "My the two young men were In near a travelling the East, which fastened on the brilliant Journey fancy of tho novelist scenes and later reincidents In "Tancred." on produced Reaching Cairo tholr way home, Meredith, attacked by small-

an.aftectien Tennyson regarded was closer drawn,

nor

life,

old

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cher-i

of

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Ellen

club was

war, rifles

munition

.Mr.

by

Miss

of

loss

ever wars

for

of

play

For

valoabla

walked

pur.

wild pig. the are priof the native

learnt

and

to and It her, and disapcreek, her Upon return th* sha and her loin-

so-with

long and good I-tchon

upon

once

the

firearms

tha and

tho

her

give

stood

wo

she

factured

on

Introduction and

tragedy.

continuous

ago

loading

the

the

extreme,

native

a

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lighting

be

to

son

the

neither

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be

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are

clever

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in Islanders

with quarters No quarter

of

play

is

production scale. grand

In

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a-slde

clothing),

part Sea their

of

alcohol

little) on

creature,

I-tchon

and

she

and

the

method

the no trace, except of innumerable pineapple scrub,

destruction

family

the the

the and of

almost

feed.

a

whenever When

had Of

that

coll

which

gave

a covering I and net, and under our asleep rugs nets and

stones,

and

was

and

and with

with

for

creeks

hard

there

SOO!

littoral

and the

(putting

minor South a

than

and

parents

over,

H.M.S

by population

was there foundations by a dense feeding ground

of

seem,1

off

as

morning over steep, the won .speed on as the day teresting hills

and

remained

the

less the

on

diseases

man's

white

last

with

will

Vanbrugh

and

factors

races

musket

closed

as the Bourchier

Arthur

haunt

mary

new

regards

as

stone

and

blanket over

could

a

raga

The then

half-starved,

time.

a

in 9000

writer

present taken

time to

overgrown

European

In

that

sides

houses,

the

of

remnant and some

little

down

Next

"crew

and

may

dry and opened.

fire,

was

grass.

through

itself,

it

island, until

villages

mountain tho coral

last

Hell as

1S73 the

year

At down

populous

Patrick

Mrs.

In on

dwindled

yean

saw

from

of

the

tho day became night, brlghttned up with numeróos logs; went to rest on ona family their old stark bags-the child naked,

soon was

little

fast

or, his

terrible,

swept

I

far some

dried-

Are

after-

soon

armful

Are he

face,

very

fortable

a

his a

~It

incredible

a

Rosario.

time natives

disease.

blast

a

people shipwrecked for nearly

was

Tree

Mr.

Craig,

Terry.

they

Theatre September

Herbert

but

years, died.

¡?"t

Melisande"

silence

Violet and

was

Is

Majesty's

and

Macbeth, a simple

like

seven

The you

which the

to

unknown,

child's

clean.

mosquito

vvas

ncnrlv

the

clean, very wet-drop3 she However,

soon

Island,

for

wateiing,

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Its

and

good wash, by signs to

the

away, for

Are

ob-

the

tha When

master. a

me

was

the

exaggeration.

at

the

faithful interfere

dare his

bad to

peared

the

Pacific.

careful

suddenly

lagoon. child

lighted,

of

.1

of

blanket

of racp

North a

to

remained

during

them

the

the

as tight looking,

m

was

I asked

went

the

Micronesians

was

prone

and

them

In

was

treat

In

pointing ticularly

the

last

snot

not

communicated

the

It

Sir

for more

kind.

and

like~Cook,

ships

wooding week,

youtb. provincial

a

and

which

reopen

Miss

feel

the

fertile

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to

I

and

Lyceum,

rest, His

pieces.

I

and

this

Harvey

"Pelleas

thi-î

on

Duperrey,

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their

company

Martin

play

the

Theatre.

Avenue

Mr.

has

night

a

that of

the

and

therefore Scotch, and through, acting-quite

Russian

a

the

at saw

not

were

did

as

all

lages And

and

saw

server

Maude

often

success

disin-

I play myself

son,

Cyril

not

who, youth.

of

my

looked Pat" gorgeous costume. She princess-like of straight tunics gold cord, sides at the only with great

refer-

for-whom

friend,

Is

Aus-

you

this

to

"Mrs.

publish-

Meredith, which mveal tho statesman light cynical Meredith generation.

it

week,at

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'many

from

for

their

this

Campbell

James's.

was

in

Mr.

me.

company

I

she

among

man-

of

of per-

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a

to

over,

but water

of

she

stranger

and

cloth

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humour.

bought

many

pride

makes

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was

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autumn,

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After

pre-

me

let

it kiss,

a

mouthful

I-tchon

which

child

Introduction within

A

owners.

property

devasta-

alleged

the

then not

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gone

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and was

this

littlo

and hand, thought

one

mother her and to neck, following meekly tomahawk nnd "By George, with his spears said that was pretty," my companion walk of about three and a half miles After a for us to at a place our stopped camp guide and .tnd water wero abundant, grass where were off. and the soon saddles and packs very to Its little bundle of delivered property

no

Catholic.

Islanders,

had

ugly,

the

the

that

drinking

the to leaned

boy long

«nd:

never me

as

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with

long,

from had she husband:

rose

girl to

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majority

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wo'nderful

of

result

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Roman

upon life

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were

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or

human to

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such

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who a

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delighted

was

she

her

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heard,

theatre, most

a

with

of the well-formed parallel her Ups

face with

noise.

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for

tho

and

his

grass, then

Euro-

mistakes,

now

sonal

Minis-

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keep easily portion drank,

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follow.

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were colleagues had had They of knowledge unacquainted led enthusiasm

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IhU

to

freely, their work

to

go tive

feathers.

of

theatres few

Very and

go

delightful

office,

when

say the

night, to

Mr.

high

the

the

Tagal

spiring diately

at Lord

Kitchener

exception

'the

all

interests

profound

SUNSHADES.

with

of

Lord

but

still

plumes

which market, This, is a Scotch the Strings,"

to

secret

no

to

that

a

is

India

disappointed to India,

Next

presently Meanwhile

STRIPED RHJ the POPULAR also and White, and Colours, Effects. We have these ranging vd. to 2/0 per for the latest Millinery,

ol'

of

bot

a

oge

consultation

than

grew-wann

tiful

bent

could

was

the

on

was

his

the.bank

had

wonderful

England,

the

garb

pean more

missionaries

disastrous.

hat. roses.

no

weather

larger,

hardly this

as

well.

ing

Of-

accustomed

was

need

ther

control.

retirement

succession

over.

he

and

RIBBONS.

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Selection m Black and White

EPINGLE

,

nu

POPULAR

will

Foreign Consul-General, Is

It

tho

profoundly

was

passed of Egypt him." for

will

MODEL

State. on

desired

greatly

and

workmanship

of

acquaintance

HANDBAGS.

the

holiday, prolonged

Viceroy

as

mer,

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year

I

affairs

the

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that

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lines.

with

is

same

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down

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before

to

and

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out

os

her

water

native

no

he

bo

at

not a sound be watched, could and on his with the child neck, backs "to were like one statue turned us, motionless. we I-tchon .As watched,

the

to

string. with

a

but child

of^the. down

get

was

their

off

man

infamous

in

and

would

cry

and

the

with

power

garments-coats, for the men"and and bocts and coal-scuttlo type, Tho RaratOngans .Kore

women.

was

that

Christian

easily horses

on

to

and

end

one

walked

chiefs

people

not

holding

and

neck, to

and

conversion

welcome

unless

.sent

the

the and

wear-

of

there

weather

are

them

bunch

a

of

two.

Areois

In

lead,

causo, the

us;

pack-horse an exciting scene ience spellbound,

supremo

not

secured

guide

and

the

neck,

sent rejection

woollen etc,

not

though no by

arbitrary

touch a

for and

time

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?

that

hourly

of

the

linen

or

the

the

itlei a

shirts,

pin

the

mind

heavy

satin.

they are Corday

Charlotte

hot

willow

long

of

and

with

right clothed,

fine

pique

over

beaches

for

grown of

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done

considered

of

power

"had

who

upon

Thoatres.

positions,

man

he

with

once

home

coming

than

more

a

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have

cream

such

was practices woll-meanlng

some

made

"edged

over

newer

and

-Since

and

up

lace

said

as

fame

other

as

of

is hat

lonablo

?

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such

selections

.

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remarked ber own.

particularly yet hold

can

amidst

stands

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of the policy Customers

our

needs the

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their

.

be

and

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taught

make

.

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design

with

bave

we

succeeded!

to

'

bow tbey magic carpet

famous

familiar

Buyers, being; high, standard

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effort

filled

entrusted in

arid

fice,

,

.

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support

is

"

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;

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Cairo

has

capacity military. great powers

than

his

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Valenciennes

bo'made

worn

muslin

ruche

all

becoming model.'

silt worn

the

say,

the

utterable

free

wear,

with

French

large

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with

break

chiffon

the

their

its

conversion

rapid rapid-tho

ioo

was

had

cases

the

thoir this

heathenism many

of

doctrines and But

_

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at

he his

otherwise

made

the

When

is

the

terrible

Lis

with could

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pack with,us

away

her

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heard;

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view

on

But prove

which

has

of

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as

summer

also and

muslin, Pique

hero

fashion

muslins

on

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be

their

of

proof

a

society

.

now

soldier.

a

Store."

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Kitchener

they the

fino

or

are

taking

away most

had but to to their people, they say the must become lotu Peretania (of "?ou or suffer the conseof Britain) religion wanted all the quences." They (the chiefs) and that the missionaries could good things and new faith that did any would give them,

match-

and

trimmed

could

the

as

to

treasure

the

started

even

Williams

ready for

one

tha I-tcnon, little boy short by her fast hair. Off she went at a swinging walk, in her an old steel umbrella twirling fingers seemed and stick, of which she very proud, matter our tired horses It no to keep was easy This active lubra to the mark. young, up "was upas an and wonderfully active; supple eel, was extremeas a dart, and her walking right and perfect, notwithstanding tha ly graceful a child on her her weight of heavy neck, exmovements being unimpeded by clothing, her or loin of cept nagra, cloth, turkey-red. hill and down to a sort stony" Up a steep, between the the saine of valley" hills, pace was our kept up, guide, Callâumba, following his wife as'hard as he could go. Presently had the umbrella down dropped stick, which been kppt constantly twirling; then, withone out the least I-tcbon for concern, stopped moment It In her toes/kicked only, picked up it back into the and air, walking on,-caught it behind her with one was hand. This, one of neatest I witthe performances ever' it but afterwards I saw her nessed; perform a times as neat many just fn was manner. of horses The 'procession ""alnever for one stopped moment, close on the of the though heels performer. wo at a oval-shaped Presently arrived large of beautiful clear with sweet lagoon water, scented, water-lilies delicate, .purple-coloured and in numbers its Boating upon surface, the or around banks "screw-pines" pandanus were and there their shadows here casting over this natural mirror. Our stopped, guides and we horses waited to aspulled our and up We

seated

certain'

burnt

Group,

to

this

come

lubra,

to

voyage

that

em-

always

becoming

a

for

of

in

blouses

which

and

sides "the trimming,

some

with

or

is lace

kimonos

"gone,"

and

coats

spotted

ing

Lord

nlnon

lace

England,

from

being matter

lace

kind see

with

blouse

with

first

from

on

to

husband's

Cook

them

gave

to

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bo

lightness,

the

the

Christianity. as

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to

useful

much

net

same

as Mr. one of their who, Byles, tear "wo-arc fast put it, drifting -an nation," becoming army-ridden the of Lord Kitchener In appointment to Sir Eldon Gorst as Consul of On tho whole, at home, Egypt. In warmly by the English colony the nomination Is It Is approved.

of

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form

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Russian

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going

than

it

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skirt

keeps

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the

to

some

effects.

whether

effect.is

of

folly egregious accompanied who on

.

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of

dust.

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the.

waist.

sold

remembered

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which the

been

more

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succession

tone

the

there

buttons below

wardrobes,

chiffon,

covering

spokesmen, resent

in

ing worn.

generand

people

veiled

quite

under

worn

skirts. section

towards

is

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like

their

with all men and favour founders, gained of England, Protestantism-Church professing Methodists (or Wes Presbyterians, Baptists, then latter were generally leyans, tho the There was no dogma-simply termed Jesus Christ. of the of preaching Gospel

to

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has, veiling

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silk,

garments.

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broideries,

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will

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revers

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useful

season

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art,

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most

famous

inclined to mako much consequently Sir Reid possession by others. George and in measure established, increasing of being a the reputation past master

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and

gift

Australia

coat

saves

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after-dinner

curlously^dovold.of

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becomes

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¡

WAY

islanders

we.

is

^citizen

grows art

graceful

East

the

advise

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made

commencement

in I

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one

cream.alpaca,

coats

since

coats.

wears

frock.

striped handsome together

threo

dust

meets

or

cover

white

these

season.

smart

muslm silk

garment

thousands

of one

dress.

or

the

suppose

practically

achieved hy Wilsuccess phenomenal face of the in and'hls companions to their lives, ur-rdship? and danger in England, aroused the greatest ontliLsiasm forth-' was immediately i.nd support monetary for the funto prosecut9 tho work, coming of the London Missionary damental principle defined its had been by clearly Society

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comparatively this Reid'has won country'Sir George singuwide not in larly personal popularity, only but the centres London, throughout principal of in the His population provinces.' energx has almost appeared superhuman. Through the and season ho hns not long busy only dined out but has frenearly every night, as on the and quently lunched, occasionally, sat out of Mr. to Australia, departure Irving a late That would bo suffisupper party. If Sir were ciently hard labour Gcorc« simply menu. a resistor to the lures of the passive As a matter of course, he is expected to make neveran audience n and disappoints speech, whom made Whilst experience has expectant.

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heathendom,

over

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the

Chalmers

Dr.

view

Goodenough-martyrs the of been guilty missionaries early to Tahiti Williams

have

either

line'

long hem

front

and on

But,

enterprise missionary were mistakes terribie enin their earnest were Ignorant Gospel,

lived

customs.

and

the am-

traders

late

who, the spread of laws Nature that the natives,' at

their

native

of

days somo

had

who

among

and

Commodore

this

hold

should

state,

the

and

mon

years

from

and

used

were

Imagined

gained

been

the

days.

the

as

to

tho

and

bnocaded

not

early

Pacific

of arms

"of

travel

when

last

Paclllc,

of

and

anothel to place without the of his possessions, which, whole a at time consisted of his little this lubra, litabout l8 a miserable child, aged months, a tle three a tomahawk, pipe, dog, spears, bundle we to This offered and a small bundle. wo knew on one of the for carry pack-horses,

New as-

follow

to

stray one

town

source,

our was guide household goods,

soon

and

that

three

this

Its

been and

water."

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strapped obliged

it'is

within

decadence

men

and

Nvw

introduced being havwho, Fijian prince, in returned Sydney,

Patteson

the

by

of

In

and

natives,

introduction alcohol Dy the early

boudoirs.

effects

mado

those

of such

In

for

their

back

gowns

the

deavours

prim

gown

sole,

striking

panels

which

most

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in

in made

expen-

rest

de

tea

a

the

into

the

and

for

of

a

satin

some

In

these

wear over

of

hand, and Bishop did enough

narrow

FIJI,

should

of

measles

education

the

other

modern a

back

races

was

whaleships

show-

The of

the

ton

trifles

Been

lo

to

are

Australia

of

also

shoulder

necessity with

.

haut

The

ing

at

shade-«leach

silver

lace.

consists

tied

are

fellow

will

without

and

trains.

Lans-

old

making

have

and

apprehensions

batches of creating new'peors. felt Widespread sympathy is Commissioner

of

assurance

and

Book

In

of

factor

munition dress.

in

case

measles

as

islands

native

main

the

on

the

was

40,000

young

This

It.

added

evening of opportunity

an

his

Ms can-

Many made,

narrow

haud-embroldered or de or even chine, pale-coloured with narrow handdelicate two little pockets; the strings

putting long some evening net or spotted

as

trample

continued

rumours

the

Statute

to

my

I

the

lawn

by

so

worth

term

and

and

bib,

with

S'Oit

is

piece

stance-^when

ses

of

costume.

handsome

any

bow. Thp and.elegant

some

Is

French

lace,

and

crepe

short,

little

condition his

of

'edged

sive

accustomed

have

white

finest

laces,

are

to

Lord

broad

gowns

the

as

of

no

the

chiffon,

a

little

hands

they

has

made

evening

chiefly

of

panel muslin,

of

privileges

and tho

majority ruthlessly

accustomed fact

him

bound

for

tablier,

made

apron

Lords

of

strands

the completed an apparition

you,

breadth hangs loose, ing off a good

House

as

the

on

leaves

and Commons

this

the

to

with

veil

dots

It

reintroduccd

of

which

affairs,

House

on

through

or

is

fol-

new

note

new

apron

been

the the

both Houses, moors 12. by August with this acquainted

fully

peers

be

Infringement

the

on

of

will

with

'

of

his

despite

land In Dido. H.M.S. have -statements pronounced some missionaries especially by in the have many years spent long the whose of natives, and knowledge entitles have laboured, whom they that consideration, to serious opinion to

chip

plumes

a

his

finished

of

groups,

over

Fiji

the

and customs, his lighter-colour-

Solomon

by

group

ing

of

white

feathers,

assure

front

for

in

power

days sent

work

members

downe

been

of

bill

A

the

sufficient

black I

of

great

the

of

narrowest

hat

wonderful

a

months,

fin-

insertion

with

In

to

north-west

Melanesian,

tho

some-

"survival

and Microneslan of a being and mentally physicthe races with native the

to succumbed the complaint

serted,

the

apply

had

Intended

had

herbage goats

from

rivers

scarce, de-

was

how with another largo river; was to And the creek where leading tributary found a a we puzzle. Fortunately, however, a deal of blacks, and afton great small camp us the Induced one to to of trouble. guide to lead head of the and he promised river, gras3 us "plenty to a good camping place with

Pncl

and

of

miles

at,

water

and

innumerable

few

A I

where

grass

by

daylight companion, or rather

my

a

town the

western

river fluence

Melanesian

and Yet

and

Guinea.

with bodice

neckband,

the

A

ostrich

with was,

with

covered

and

black,

The

eastward

the

horses. the

the

especially negroid both typo,

islands.

in

many

theory quite

not

contrasted

Hebrides

close

came

narrow

ribbon.

willow

bor-

ribbon,

a

very

threaded

shape,

broad

near, where and molished

of

from

riding with arrived, blackboy,

I

spell, and

small

a

iBlauds

is

are

the

mode of degrading life, will outlive nibalism, long ed as brethren, unless, such a disease devastating visit the thickly populated

one

muslin,

the

own

and

with

silks.

when

to

so

season.

black

without

a

of

considering.

pos-

have

made

velvet

It

of

coloured

lower

work

of

docs

fittest"

much

with

thlJ

the

isolated

causes

and

complex,

of

and

sphere The

Islands.

what

ally,

quite

was

seen

vvhoso

a

knobs

French

sash

a

In

with

new

mesh

forty-eight

ct

peers

earliest

the

'of

summoned

iWill

new

familiar,

get

possible patriotic

to

period

of

Commons to

On'

the

balance

In old

stpn,tho

of

be

there

number

a

Lords.

to

will

off'

white

aban-

as speedily and, prorogued, In the case

be

and

11c

from

rovers

a ground, muslin, which

printed

flowers

Valenciennes

of

white

a

kimono,

of

Lords, of

floral

black

this

ns

up

established

Meanwhile

created readjust

in'

wound will

Bcsslon

new

tho

compel business

on

have

fine

those

islander, Polynesian-the

wearing frock,-made

It

I

of

to

missionaries

Pacific

reversible,

a

pack-horse,

inhabitants

r*aciflc-rPolyne3la, and vanishing Melanesia-aro" been the earth bas eviof long resident .observant travellers, and and 'educated traders ship-

face

masters,

was

cunning

silver. coats

was

knees,

ished

Gov-

in

should

the

Bill,

precedent of Rights,

a

the

stated

amendments,

Veto

Parliament

lowing

which

As

ago,

their the

will

sible.

events

months

somo

insisting session

for

prepared.

are

column

of

of

of

was

it would be to custom, consequently dropped, of tho in at the usual time be brought again of Parliament In February, thoy reassembling would be the well content. Thorn might cry twelve months' of at least substantial gain course which all kinds of in the of delay, things might happen. a

oxidised

dent

native

South

and

was

on

wide

many

North

Micronesia, tho from

Australian

come

the

und

,tho

stay.

beauty an

bo

had

year,

prettiest

brocaded

with

accordance

this

the

to

of

to

It

to

come

muslin

so'as

satin;

dots

has

vision

a

her

lined,

of

sash

the

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Licensing Bill, Commons tho House of by through moro or less Ministers largo majorities, their irate took them meekly back, comforting assurance that be with they should supporters "next ThiB sosBlon." pledge was reintroduccd with of earlier result. If repetition fulfilled, Lords course the next'ten In the of days the the wore to insist on amendments to their Bill,

of but

by

French

the

other

and

friond,

and

light

into

ushered

postpone

the

succession

of

predominates, A day or

finally

Parliament

former

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not

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make The undergoes

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as

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whilst

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if

task

a

backwoodsmen, In prevalent as exhausting

and

everyone,

as

Lansdowne.

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with the especially

July

Into

white

and 21.

July

of

spell frocks,

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SOUTH THE DYING-OUT .SEA ISLANDEE.

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LONDON THEREABOUT.

LETTER,

A WOMAN'S

AND

IN

i

LIFE

The

coiled

was

dog he

as

could possibly and then; down in sitting

and

now

boon

child, the Tho

placo

cold

his

of

appearance

stark breeze

family and

I

that

saw

the

black away

skin

intended

near

the

fire

shivering our guide

every had

from

ashes,

was

naked, far

as

up tight, venture,

behind.

amusing the

from to

the

leave

white

But

tho

himself

in

fire. us

at

thiï

home.

They received payfor ment and services, ample provisions for their return journey. a However, difficulty arose about the for flour, they had in nothing which it. none to rnn-y of the rags being largs But I-tchon was enough. equal to the occa Sho down disappeared the river bank, and presently appeared dressed lri^a very small bit and her of rag. Turkey-red nagrn in her for tho We hnnd flour! couldn't stand that, and after a search long through the pack« somethiDS was found to hold the ft*»«,_. retnrn their

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KNOW Oil TERRO Engine «rill machinery as well and, other Engine?

drive

anyltind

possibly,

BETTER

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great

to

prior

an-

that

their

mir I

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pre-

are

n c1

pinn

connlocal municipal In getting workmen lo the «Meh mu=t sale,

have

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making. councils plans

cutting

we

labour tho

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away. can't

wc

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lo

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too

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appearance.

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tho

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tie our

adopting

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less

cleared

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last of July Slddclcy-chambcrs, in occSpnHon year

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miranee.

and

llorac,

approval)

to

per auctioneers,

Heal

estate

have

of disposed for £3000. operations

and

Rlckard on behalf

Co., a

of of

lng nearly Ringwood luda, cp. Condobolin,

«w

the? purchup at *«JJ HW and

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land

of

acres

",

consisting between

situated has

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of

areas

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which

company

change

£

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goodwill

who

hundreds £20,000. station,

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to

annumJtar Messrs.

of

a

carries

thor,

the

Ltd..

large

some

ease

tarried

been

recently

MU

Moto,

and

£30

ten

wMch

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£1036,

of

sum

dítlonal

tem"

premises

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the

TO

week

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liquidation. rental of

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which

car

from

trouble win

yet collapse

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sum of the and Bstt, Connan, allotment*, three Limited, subdivision of Centennial ment

for and

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driver

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fall

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given day or

the

two

a

have

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three

competition

one on

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of a

tu has

pn"

£S500.

and

manyi

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reliability

»Uni

has n

land

frontage.

water

feet

was

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Neutral Bay, n^0,nln"s,,,^Md works Tlds Companys Tne

at

hlll

be

may and

endless may bnt

the

to

Ltd.,

for

lease

year,

co-

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hammer

the

the

and Hon»

properties

city

auctioneer's of the goodwill

der

> model

Into

Rain«

salesmen.

such

away the for

but

prejudices

motor

as

Messrs.

suburb.

the

land

tho

subdivide

to

intention workman's

dato

valuo

till

made .the on the having roads and lett«! metalled, ballasted, .then and guttered." «I tract of land of rho The wholo largo and family, Waterloo, owned by the Cooper as leaseyears has tor many which romalnod Is bolng sold with a freehold1 gradually hold. 260 acres of this »Uti ago title. A fortnight links between the golf and Botany-road, lying Gardlner's-reai and bounded Epsom and by plu of £80 per acre, was sold at' the rate A inthe amount of sale. £2000 on total nnd It U their the purchasers, dicate

width,

motoring the

appreciate

time.

Insists

that

a

In

in of îedempUon fo'r £ltA holme,

an

by

»nd

lo

^

toaos

P|onrrt> Park

Centennial

(

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Is

so,

get trouble

jour WIZARD

the

with tie in touch

ignition with us,

with

on

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a

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simplest, strongest, market. The the

on

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most la

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reliable MOST

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difficulty

to do. there

were

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owner

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_

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CLARENCE-STREET,

85

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amateur.

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residents hare de Tho demand

getting

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much

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a

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and pamphlets, 300 lb. Cans.

particulars 10, 25, 60,

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roods

we

totalling

trial.

OF

JOINERS.

whilst

and salesmen generally, outdoor Bales, coming

the

also

put plan and by day

number

purchase another,

s

Drills, Ild

W.

OUT

torms

farmers,

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man

of

its

MACBLINERY,

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Bibcock

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TORN

INEXPENSIVE, obtain

PENSE.

ps Pip uldlng

illable-h

its

to

moro

with

owners

SUBFACE

CLING

wheels £7

j-

will

dealt

and cllmber yet be test; It sumption cars on hills other and cosily yet win run. days' non-stop

CLARENCE-STREET.

TIGHT?

has

Most

farms dalry

to comply with the tern« of In order Government Act. One of the leadles Local on the subject yes speaking auctioneers, thus: "I called cited his experience torday, the as es for tenders to moko roads through

havoi they motor clubs, and tho good a hostllo public, prejudiced dono. With aeries and a steadily Increasing magistracy, as confronted the auto-1 ¡¡itch of obstructions It would have mobile In Its younger days, for It to have rebeen Impossible well-nigh

of

BELTS. HAIGEL7S

WHY

per

city

i

sien to Cutters'

all

Vertical, Swages,

CONTRACTORS»

AND

£115s

the

Only a recognised can club successfully and It Is in conduct trials and competitions, of motorist, or Intending the Interests overy bo etc, should encourmotorist, that trials, aged, two como under heading") Competitions Is hy far tho and Instruction-the lntter sport actual anil Tho most varied Interesting. serve as of a results competition published and advertising matter for legitimate good but of tne car; although the mako winning car contribute of do certainly the merits a In a It mus» Its success competition. towards that its In not be taken for granted .position successes its Indicates definitely the list ot or to other cars Inferiority oc-| superiority or lower In the Urti higher places cupying

TERMa

BIGHT

bo

obstructions able aid of body such

ETC

ENGINEERS',

hr and These

done

bo

many

show

forthcoming

mained

DRILLING MACHINES, POWER IMMMERS. FNGISKE1UNQ CO. DRILLS.

SHEARS,

aliea Anvil*.

all

DRILLING

agent the

districts,

pursuits

district

similar

upon Auctioneers

for

suburban

farming

tho

about

practical other

from

acres

kot

and

of

subdivided, unsold.

of

arc

that

In

50,000

ells, make

tan», A J

Sydney

some

applicants

upon land

25

C manager of the Thompson, now Estate, Is In Bydner for the the sales completing effected hy nnd last evening he met a tim-

instances

some

for other

acres,

Richmond Mr

the

averago

forty

10,000

sale

remain

at

ben

of

P

purchasers removing

cided

and

date;

an

ite

hu

into

that boen

farms

additional

are

In

had

o

the had Now only

boat.

of the

who

work

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TRIALS. COMPETITIONS AND AUTOMOBILE test arranged consumption The recent patrol has creClnb of Australia by the Automobile in circles, and interest motoring ated much mor« that dun will go the la hoped'' It and tests into competitions enthusiastically BUCCCS» and The popularity than hitherto. Club ana afflJIateo. of the Royal Automobllo homo is duo to the reguat primarily clubs Theso and testa. competitions lar organised for Increased functions rcfeponslble to-day aro

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By LOG

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riv

ml

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rltv

a

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the

subdivided

Bondi

purpose of Mr. Barnes,

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in

Hlvor,

"Windaroo"

of

displays machinery,

and

and transit In traine evolution great the fact and demonstrates place, taking and man alike business private both "bobbies" or are no longer automobiles but absoluto essentials. periments," and its Exhibition of the Sydnoy subject

AND

(WOODWORKING t»

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LATHES,

WHEN (

ter

lia

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MACHINES,

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FEED

FRICTION

HOYTS

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to

hardening;

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contained

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a

SYDNEY.

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INSPECT

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REQUISITES,

AND

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Is

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Act

WUH

arcas

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and trades oro in it allied capital Inthat than absorbed by any other hissame in of the ago the world's of walk tho Btrocts any A through tory. or American city to-day Is sufficient European mind that convince even the unobservant to

MERCHANTS

np

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of

Invested greater dustry

SCRUTTON

L.

MINUTE

YOU'RE

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OUR

good

PRODUCER

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SUCTION

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PRICES.

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AND

st._

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willi

The Act automoWIe the before salt of an intho of land shall will mark the real that owners ney beginning for approval, a to the local council of submit plan extent and Importance which dustry, the shall the then after is approved owner and it few. Fifteen Is foreseen bit a by a comparativo In the tho roads sab-division; make all America at with HI and laoghed are not years ago Europe of councils content Inumber wero them Hiie business and nutomobiles, and pleasure tho roads, they want lasting would without thom. It nomo cases kcrbed'ud gutconducted To-day and lu motallcd, In an titra 'B f° them over. taking bo Impossible. This young Industry tered before it will cost with now millions of Jubt the of wo aro dealing sponslblo "for employment to moke the roads,: and ret moro and tho £2000 or hands In the Northern Hemisphere, one. The coonil! Is a small

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MINUTE.

A ABE

YOU

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dn
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OAS"*ENGINL seen

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HALF ABE

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show

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grade

ne»

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Australian

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MACHINERY.

Pitting», lnjfctore, Ejcc Commonwcaltli and State ice Sussex st Engineers

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Gas Friction

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Uiver

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Estate,

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Promotion

roo"

the

risen

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_

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of

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better

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,

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CTty.

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ACHINE

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latest

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Interest

car.

until

In

mainly

showed

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v

for

CRANIA,

ELI/TRIO by CARRICK, ÄOT~LIME,

LID

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1

Governments. in stock.

always

write

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illustrated

DALGETY &

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Rings

Engineers. \3TTLS and

engineerbut Bhown,

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wcro

tos the

farms

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motor

Its

motor

MACHINERY I

havo

The

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New

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an

French wore

show

which

the

fist

considorablo

quickly.

Blackand Boilers in-

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Australian and Pipes

with

s

I7UUCT10NHOISTS He-boxed. C) linders

1857.

all

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our

M"i

I/I

SYDNEY.

all

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at

in

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,

-n,J,

acrr,

per

subdhldc

to

Daring

nave

exhibitions engineering

of

articles

motor

in fuel cunsumptio Sole Agents Engineer», Sydney,

"

BOILERS,

Call

second-hand Vertical other Hollers, and all Bollera, J...EDWARDS-and SON, P.O.-chambera.

Smith s Miner Wv, Id and Co

BELLOW K.

EQUIPMENT.

Telephone,

Ltd,

good,

SOin. Patent and Co, Ltd.,

Wv

1

in

Machinery.

BELLOWS,Id

,

HOSKINS,'

of

stocked

oarly

tracts

LtniB

Palace

facturer

ROLLER for heavy diitv BEARINGS, at Great in uniform dissaving power, of load, due to the flcxihilltv of the Hyatt HYATT HOLLER BEARINGS mine-tub for and DOYLE'S FLT-û-WATEIl Also, PATENT

are~fuliy Colonial and

I

tho tho

and Paris, in an Interat)endanco only by exhibition, which takes placa

with disappeared

and

fittings,

In

from such

Crystal

exhibition

public

both

ed

make,

of cars

motor

exhi-

what

developing advancing

tho

The

the

classes

many

to

FOR

SYDNEY.

Sydney, Melbourne.

PLANT

beauty

'design,

loft.

application STEAMSHIP

ffi^j;

money

to new opening up estates this Bummer Al the advertised ready list Incluons tha Brutton Racecourse, at Brighton-le-Sandi, Um Mansion Estate Dalley at Rose Bay, put o! at Randwick, the Holkham, Raymond ud the Links instates at Manly; Brays Estât« u and tho Estât« Rockdale; Florida at BmUr

intervals.

long

with synonymous of material,

are

power, perfection in appearance,

atvlow.

trade"

display

tho

national

F.N.,

which

names

and

efficiency,

ICOlb.

great effected savins; and from tile particulars and JOSKPHSON. General

classes

AND C. WATTLE-STREET,

hesita-

'

GAS ENGINES. CLUTCHES. FRICTION »nd TURBO-GENERATOES. and Petrol). (Kerosene and {Portable Stationary).

¡a

with

Cars

are

Pyrmont

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HELLTOAR, Merchants,_ Pitt-street,

without

admit,

in

annual

abroad. ot

that point the year, surpassed

the

Austin,

==-

spected.

SUCTION CAMPBELL HKYWOOD-BRIDGE RTF. AM' TURBINES ENGINES MARINE OÍL ENGINES GENERAL POWER

will

experience that tion,

but

In

British

from

cars

thusiasm

question,

""

839

of

In

the

exhibition

snccoedlng

to

etc., Susyrx-sti-ect

SCADDAN. Boilermaker, smith.-Tanks Funnels, All Country Orders

J.

PLANalso and to

and

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STOCKEE

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E15

on

particulars MELBOURNE

Rlovv

TOOLS.

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Iron

.

in

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HYATTspeed.

SnAPTNG, MACinNES;

the

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agencies

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ideas,

"man

few

as

all

.1.

«rive.

Engineers

the

the

not

increase of homo gradual the British completely

new

BO Pitt-street

MACHINE

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motor

a

hold

we

éducation

an

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a

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80il

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Every

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PACKUNG

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puijxaMa.

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ON

MACHINERY,

_IM

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ENGINES,

METALLIO

Copper and Fittings.

Coolers, Piping tloa.

bodes.

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a

makes

Ltd.,

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"BUDGE" THEMACniNEa-Butter

Invited.

ING,

Wide;

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each

the

SINCLAIR,

MILNE

tribution Roller.

JLIIOH-GRADJE

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is

achieve,

Tho

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Far

moment

Wherever TUB

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DANE,

NONP

SYDNEY._

WATER-TUBE

Iaslgnincmt.

tho show was although well "sight-seeing" of point who attended has every kind in and Paris London

man

of to

exhibitions

287A

DISCOUNTS.

MECHANICAL CTIAIN ORATE SMOKELESS PATTNT SUPERHEATERS. STEAM EXHAUST STEAM FEED WATER HEATERS. ELECTRIC CRANES. AIR COMPRESSORS. BOILERS IN STOCK, FOR IMMEDIATE

k

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GENUINE BALATA BELTING, the Strongest in tile World, has a minimum of stretch. ."VO DEARER THAN AND FAR SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHER BELTS. GREATEST DURABILITY. WILL KOT SUP. Used on Broken Hill and other Leading Mines for over SO years. DODGE WOOD (Canadian) SPLIT with 8v> PULLEYS, Interchangeable Bushing NO KEY WAY-TRANSMITS tem. MORE POWÈB

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I

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together

seriously,

ter

T11EM.

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WEEK.

Tho

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NO

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ENGINE.

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Bathurst-street.

A

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POWER

collected

CH13AP,

MODERN

ESTATE.

tor lion tho surf iii? of nutomoblla examples beaches has donn It all for it Î li °n,lbo was to the engineering from the pay workshops of tho In order to build world's chlof Visitors cottages as manufacturers. will pernanont £i donees for workmen and also seo an their famiiiL S t array of motor accessories, to the would, owing dlsUnco from fli° whilst but To" last, not from of least, Australia's dally travel, experience cost of thoro will point view, bo of keeping and examples tenants, would Und In X 5 that this his Investment "as conntry's design and elocution of coach not a profitai. ",d So that surf-bathing and which will do seasfdo ?" l^. building, to the great credit at week-ends is responsible not workmen of orJj'A this State. of the extension tramways, but for the "7 Although tho forthcoming Bhow may not verting of what would othorwlso have remain. vrith cd at least comparo tho great it Is Euro to waste lands for a few shows, jew jT Into gor, bo an exhibition profitable Investment« well worth and as visiting, But tho aro soasldors not to have mi tho first of Ita kind it show wllï bo much in their own wnj this for Beason, la a hit there advance of tho first In London shows and demand for mountain blocks, and ono or ho Paris. will nee tho Mill The public exhibited very largo estates toma the Into market aft« latest of all the boing subdivided The first of these modclB principal manufacU will tho Oatley Estate, situated In the and there not bo such a hear ot turera, though may Katoomba, and comprising over 100 blocli. of or such a of vnrloty makes, largo number which will bo offered at on aucUon Elrht. cars will seo tho and Hour exhibited, they best, Day. Is Already there a quito rWh for from no on, tho number of exlithographs the doubt, as timo goes auctioneers for tali and different salo, upset prices It Is hibits and makes will, believed, be will Increase. moro than maintained The prices that »sr» The public cannot bo to réalisa to expectod secured for land at both Katoomba ana Went the full tho vnluo of this exhibition, but the worth Kails at tho end of last summer taro that it anhopo Is cxprossod will bocomo an given much agents encouragement to loot forward to a renowal this Beason nual affair. Tho first of automoof tho Inexhibition creased demand, and biles hold In tho already there aro mtnr Crystal was Palace, London, their will signs that hopes not bo blighted. moro or as looked upon less a of display With of money plenty in the market for "freakish" Inventions, and millions a although Investment, big demand for houses lor had and a of pounds boon sunk In motor renting purposes, likely alroady continuance of seasons has led owners did take good many of suburbthe public not the matcompanies,

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September 30 to October in the 7, permanent buildings of tbo Agricultural Show Ground of Sydney, tbo ?will public liävo tho first opportunity of n rcnl nuto -oing and mobllo show, it cannot bo exalthougli It will pected that comparo with the grent nt tho shows Olympia the Salon (London), (Paris), or Madison Gardons It (Now York), will nevertheless tho onablo publio to BOO

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BEAL

FORTHCOSILNG EXHIBITION.

Iron,

ure

they

THE

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trials

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the

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benefit

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;

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more

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country areas larger

culture

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.

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not lots

large of

star

lotB

of the Importance and settlement, Its present reached

busi-

bales

threo Last

sold

were

first,

and

1 p.m., limits

the In and

logued buyers

that

wool

creased

can without

In

any both

in

Importance;

contain

no

lots

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with

the

and

ere.

should

prove

two

all of

six lots has the

good

bales, up been

OF WOOL all-important after up-soon Australasian probable

QUESTION of

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the

crop

-

.

National Library of Australia

the lines

auctions

in

Brisbane

lind

November

1

Maze,

Kaleno

(Cobar),

Meryula

!

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service

start

of

say

need

that

facbuild

DISTRICT

front

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QUIET. yesterday's

BRADFORD Our

of

cable message the Bradford

that Quotations

lower.

Jd

are

date The

last

On

the

year for

prices crossbreds quotations.

Is but

unchanged,

are

breds

market

id The

coarse

unchanged. the previous But

than

higher of

course

firm.

prices

compares

follows:

as

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61's.

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bales

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27

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27

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bales

of

wool

an

season this mndo from The exports to

lust

to

Newcastle for

the as

are

year,

Omrah,

August

Total

from

for

19,

London

Sydney] and that with

will

701

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1911

very

flv So hnvo

,"."."

(including 33,.44

.

3,184

BUTTER

COMMENT

ON

BUSINESS.

TITE

the

land Ltd

its

season

for Loan

of

review

butter

New

Agencv

writes

ofllce,

the

the

1910-1911,

Mercantile

and

London

SEASON.

LONDON

of

couroô

market

Zea-

brand

been

hiving boxes-doubtless suppliers-u condition

that Is

|\er\ of

would that utilised

draw

'

even

special to

owing

attcn unseasoned

us

of

some

THE A.

J.

compuhles to

uro

tions

of

of It

1001b same

the

no

are wo

Argentine land prices At te

average

Queensland rum, nnd'yet bomus* objects I«

In

.niiri.etä.

-tir

price

of

New linn

cattle

Tho

nn-1

the he

Is

told

that

Queensinn buying

In stlUng losing

Trust," Queensa

1

beef

£K

per

oi'tsiiler

counlry

a a

£4PO,000

of

Tudor

la

beef. in

in He the

mnrhct.

sara«

Va

niesns

Is

Queens-

allowing

outsider

milich in any

beef

above

the

are

prices, which "OCto. stoiMiovvnois Mr.

hy

the

1001b

per

Gil

«m

opera-

cattle-owners

giving are

and

to 'ha*, "s

vvc rate Zealand

this New

on

at

tbo Mont

buyer Zcnlnnd ho Is (is giving meat aro the companies' and at a selling prout

Queensland, market,

way suporlo.tolls us

also

than hore.

como

when

moro

In

Queensland

In

more

"American

comparles 1001b, that

paying

ro

decide

meat

ment

writes:-The

operation

ir,

much fcnri.-d the so-called

per beef

per In

now

TRUST.

city,

be

should land 17s

MEAT CoUcn,

of

the

and

Farmers

como.

and

In

son

will

of the ciation I

places

surely New South some formed of

lack

an

a

record

Wales three

years

L1KKS

HISTORIC

bullock bullock loss pnr

"worried"

wishes lins It has

to mi-

and

to

mernie

raised yet

pride future,

lie

ope

lueiiuulleil Wcods' Great

»ml

Invincible

Peppermint

for Cure.

Cooghs Is

and

Od.-Advt.

Colds

4 per tor

payment

part the

cost

of

allotment,

on

cent

their

and will

annum

per

be

allowed

and

wb»

«pi

.

properties.

printing

and

-

uncalled

on

share,

HAYE

SHARES

have

been

this

circulating

the

and

prospect»,

Kpl

for.

applied UNDERWRITTEN

BEEN

FREE

OF

COST

_

THIS

TO

COMPANY.

107

CO.\",

East

Rilli

Highgate

'south

HUI,

(Director (Managm¿ Director

Brisbane

Director

(Managing Director

Brlsbane"(Man.ginf Sydney (of Messrs.

Pitt-street,

Planter

Brisbane, Brisbane

J.

the Solomon of the Brisbane A

limited). and Director

Plantation», Limited,

Company,

nilling and

Ç0;; and

Dunnch,

Robber

Island«

Creenneld

P.

and Hopkins Financial

Cleghorn, Cox and

Frank

of

Co.,

Limited,

Optician.,

of

«wi.__, Solomon

the

i.UnJ.

labu*

Brtobane).

»"*?»«>.

."T^^.1"^PTÄora' Agents, Property Sydney).

ATTHOW

Messrs.

and

Brisbane.

HcGREGOR,

Messrs.

sod

JAQUES,

STEPHEN,

STEPHEN,

Sydney.

BROKERS: and

375

CO.,

Brisbane.

Queen-street,

New

South

THE

SECRETARY FRED.

113

GOULD,

BANK,

and

Brisbane

George-street,

117

BROWNE!LL,

Pitt-etreet,

Bydaiy.

BANKERS:

NATIONAL

QUEENSLAND

and

Wales-FURNER

REGISTERED

(Director

the

of

'

BRISBANE.

LOOTED, Solomon

OFFICE: Islands

Rubber

FlantafiBB»,

LlinftnT),

AUDITORS: Messrs.

INGLIS,

and

LAVERY,

New

SAVAGE,

Zealand

Chamber»,

Insurant*

Queen-street,

-'

Brian»»«.

OBJECTS. This

has

Company

LIMITED,"

certain

and

develop

further

been

Freehold the Bamc.

with

Incorporated Lands and

the'Object» in the

Plantations

stated in the Memorandum Island of Guadalcanal, British

to

primarily

aeqrfns

w *Mtimàa*

Flrrrfitmni-«na

Mamara

the



The to be for the price paid of this Company to "MAMABA on 7th the latter June, 1021,

is property OPTION, sum with

and and

£100,000,

LIMITED,"

BRIEF

of

satisfied as to

5

per the

on

June

1011. Vendor

1,

the

in

by

follows:-!* balance

as

the

docs

not

to the

of

by

allotment

the

by

£40,000

payment

secured being to begin

In £15,000 mortgage October

of

cash

2. 4. 5. 0. 7. 8.

0.

fanly-fsdd-a»

«,000

October 1» 1911, the property. The Company

on

over

a

until

run

as« al»*

1911.

X,

which

Company, Svcnsen

OF

PARTICULARS

receives

»nd

Joseph

of

20,000 Theodore

the

above-mentioned

d'Ollvcyra

as

t.i_._?.

^.ri-

rmly-palo-qit the consider»*

of

part

MAMARA.

ha» been Editor of the and on reported upon by Mr. H. N. Leach, Agricultural "Queenslander" Brisbane "Courier," The is a brief resume of his following report: the N.W. Island British Solomon end of the of Guadalcanar, adjoining Lever Bros.' largest plantations. Islands, C JM11UNICATION-By steamer with and Brisbane six weeks. Sydney every TITLE-Freehold. RATES AND TAXES-None. of sea AREA-Approximately 6000 acres, about « miles frontage. having SOIL-First-class for Cocoanut» and Cotton, also some excellent Rubber Und. about inches well distributed the and more than tnffideet for all RAINFALL-Averages 102 per annjm, throughout year, rsgefrements. unknown In the which them * HURRICANES-Hurricanes, and Typhoons are Solomons, give» very great advantage over Fiji Cyclone», Hebrides. CULTIVATIONRubber. 15 acres, planted 1910; Cotton. 100 acres, in full bearing;

2.

w»_"»"»?» cm esny

/

Oscar

Captain

by

annum

cent, per mortgage

The property Island matters. SITUATION-At

1.

"__

te

PRICE.

PURCHASE

on

m

_

which will bo paid or ita nominees, interest thereon at the rate £15,000 The takes over the from June 1, 1011, Lut interest Company property the Vendors for their stock-in-trade of the store at landed cost as on pays All the Directors the shareholders and Promoters of this Company «re tnd £1000 in the balance of the being received shares, cash, purchase pnce tion for the sale of their to the Vendor properties Company. shares

of Association, tad Solomon Islands-known

from

acknowledged

and

the

aatntiifV

_

_

,

Cocoanut»

.

Plantation

POSSIBILITIES-At to at least

10.

Plans least

1000

f^CTAJIONS-The

1J"

li«»

í1

Coo01'""»

ívwíTIí?-Tne COCOANUTS-12

11.

the

acres

1917 300

year

Ijy COTTON-About "Mamara,"

15.

RUBBER-A

16.

be turned SAWMILL-The TIMBÉIS-There

.17. 18.

2000

about

Acres

1070

of

"

,.".-

of

acre»

Irst-clai»

but

cocoanut», land

cocoanut

Mr.

and

1000

Leach's

estimate of

acres

planted

"

"

"

"

"

of

rubber

1005; 10O8-7; 1908; 1909-10;

"

"

-"

145

,_.

1000

land

'"-

-

101L has

acre»

remain

to

been

be

for

accepted

planted.

The

the

nie

cotton

of

area

the

en

bein»; also

can

be

sao)

increase!

acres.

plantation» attention have

TALN'^G13-Particular

12.

show

.".

acres

42 200 MO 313

-.............

._.

M

^^

planted the entire acres

which

are sells

small to

have

been

laid

been been 1905 arc

paid grown

out and worked on the most identifie and are clear of weeds and lines, unusually plant pesta. to over 4 miles of drains been cut the drainage, having through property. from selected seed nuts, and been carefully have 27 feet or 52 to the acre. planted apart, in and the balance of the 1000 acres will come into 6 yes«, bearing, bearing gradually during the next 1000 acres will fee in bearing. under 64 acres of which is a on the known cotton, special hybrid perpetual, developed and property by Mr. d'Olivcj-ra, at from seed lb. readily 1/ to 1/4 per lb, and the at 10/ per is under can but sufficient to prove that it flourishes on the for rubber, higher ground, which, being unsuitable cocoanut*, has

all

in

now

area only account. sawmill only in the Solomons is on the sea Iront a quantity about to 15/ 100 super 12/ per feet a rood profit. very Store only not supplies Mamara

is

Mamara,

on

and the ornamental

local

demand for timber timber of the cedar also in great request

is

more

than at

sufficient least

to-absorb

the

entire feet



tho»

output. in Sydney, at which

«pa costing at per This timber is 20/ mill, price it shows STORE-The over this-source last year, itself, but also the and a £1000, accrued from surrounding plantations, profit,of which is amount of considerable increase. capable stntaoie, ._., 20. BUILDINGS-All them thoroughly necessary are in existence, but the Overseers* some slight expenditure to make buildings already bungalow» require the and erection of a kiln for is recommended. The total of this will not exceed £250. drying copra cost on to three 21. LABOUR-About 100 indentured natives are and others can be obtained in the Group at a cost of about £7 per head two years already at work, terras. Waees and allowances to about man annum. amount £7 per per of the coloured laoour The being controlled to the Islands, by the BRITISH IMPERIAL there is no tending discourage employment GOVERNMENT, legislation for the necessary development of the property. to two visit« 22. WHITE SUPERVISION'-An of the Plantation since 1905. pay at least agreement has been made with Mr. J. T. d'OIivoyra. who has had charge two whom have been on the a next two to to white of year during the inspect the work be carried on under the of three overseers, years, supervision since 1908, and are familiar with the best methods of working the Plantation. propcrtvthoroughly the mort successful in Solomons, whose advice The also have the assistance on the Board of Captain the best-known and planter Company will Svcnsen, probably and will be invaluabl». experience 19.

an

of Yandilla, landed there.

class, locally

worth

J

an

30/ per 100 feet 100 super

super at the

'

.,

,

..

..._.

,

,

".j,.

,".

,

Development,

I

am

Hoskins Mr. in

December the present would

that

be

been

freo

over referred

was

fears out

to it on a sound place and, last of all, they would had they the established all

kins

time

In

answered

Australia."

COCOANUT3 Leach

AND

reports the acre

that only

yield

returns

24cwt

of

Cocoanuts

Inspected of copra

and him

by per

in the Solomons show that eight-year-old and joung (six-year-old)

Copra

annum,

anticipates making up the

at least estimates

good

an

equally contained

return

tree the

-

PRODUCTS.

(2) COPRA.-The Government m returning;

much

is

on

trees

greater the

trees

at

than in Ceylon and Government Plantation the Rua Sura Mission

Fiji.

,

Shortland

on are

per

from

Island planted 13cwt of

returning

t

Leach

The

cost

Anv When

surplus the

was

estimated

is

jutput disposed is

industry how»they

plant,

store

is

4/

100 super feet at the and the is per mill, selling price locally 20/ per KO feet leaving 16/ per super, profit. of at least feet. profit 10/ per 100 super, the net from timber alone for the first three or four should profit years two estimated at £2500 for and £10C0 for the third years year. of the mill of weck und a charge at a salary £5 per of 3d royalty per business done highly profitable undertaking, and the is of considerable extension. The from profit capable the and with labour should quickly increase to from £1500 to £2000 a In employment of additional year. has been taken at £1000 a expected profit year throughout.

100

super

can

a

EXPENSES

(3)

Exclusive on

of the

development with about

OP

the plantation on cost of running its present and estimated at under £5000 extension, £3000 made as under: per annum, up

In heart

the

on

be

footing

Year

Estimated Profit. Xet

ending May 31.

very

this

[saving minutes

think It

Is

a

which

£5000

100 feet super, this source for the calculations

per

sawn.

the

year included

'

has

on

been allowed for will be charged

(which

Mortgage and

in to

the

estimating capital

net

account),

returns from the expenses

expenses,

Directors'

fees,

of

Company

capital should

£2,250 750

.

office

and

produce) of the

etc..........

PROSPECTS:

(4) made years,

Mr.

by based

Paid-up

on

T. W. Bremner, the development

F.F.A., indicated

A.I.A., and Year

Percentage

Consulting and prices

ending

Actuary, expenses Estimated

Sartnvpraee, assumed in

Sydney, sections

Paid-up

of 1,

2,

the and

expected 3 above,

nef de-

Percentage

M

to

able Industry

Mr.

Hos-

new

work

03

m m m

m

m

m

M

m m O

O m m m

m m m

m

m G

near

LIFE SAVED. severely attacked wit? Agnes L. Vincent,'MarVic. was "He almost

CHILD'S Jack

was

Mrs. Geelong, we

aid. In

at

>**,«» from calculations The following compiled table, of the each of the next 12 profits Company during Ino of the monstrate possibilities proposition:

to

A

medical

a *

Etc.

MANAGEMENT,

(which annum

Management

now

was

at

lines per

m

of

son "My .croup,""writes garet-street, ichoklne, and

[Remedy

feet,

approximate

a

that

I

per

v

Interest

the hot metal, and increased plg-lron and steel, nnd shown ho was capable of establishing the Iron industry In Australia, I would not have written. Mr. Hoskins says I ought to be happy; but I am not happy over the present state of, the Iron Industry, after three years and eight months.-I ara, etc., W. SANDFORD. Castle Hill, 22. August the

tites

'

was had

carried

possible output

ns

35 copra

the

of in installed

the,

would be

be

can

exceeded £1100, .1010 this the in prospectus

expended be to start

Govern-

Iron

by Mr. Minge at about be of, probably disposed Brisbane or Svdney at a and increase! the output machinery but for the of this has purpose prospectus been has been made with Mr. contract Minge to take

production the entire

new

hon. to

It had

of

A two vears' fE) STORE.-The

to

in a questions businessand day, shown that being established, and stated increased the output raw of Iron and steel In the three years and and left eight months, out the "tumbledown scrap heap" this expression, correswould pondence not be necessary. I When kicked against It, Mr. Hoskins adds Insult to in injury of yours 19th inst. I will ask any business man In Sydney to place himself In my position and if say he wouM feel In happy my place. Miles Messrs. and Vane have been my au» ditors for and no years, can one the doubt ability and of honesty of the firm Yarwood. Vane, and On Miles. December 30, 1905, my balance-sheet shows I had a that capita! In land, houses; works, and colliery of then £141,393. I decided to tender for the Government contract and erect a blast and risk furnace, In everything the venture. The furnace was opened by the Premier, Hon. the J. H. Carruthers, a with number of the of good citizens Sydney. The metal was purchased by the most important users in all the States of Australia, and tho quality declared A excellent. of variety unforeseen circumstances occurred (a history in itself) and I had to give up the work I was so Interested In. As he has expressed himself about my qualifications, I crave the same to right express myself about his of knowledge tho Iron Industry. Had he gone on modern lines, nnd built another blast furnace right away, thereby using fully the present blast furnace nnd iron

without further any on the minimum capital, during the capital ncjet

seeing cent, per amount of

your the other

manner

like the

Prospects.

that

simple, (25 profit

/

the As"One

the proHouse

any

Had

and

on

as

of

the thing

and

pure

Mamara Plantation, as which, is acre previously stated, planted 52 trees to the but ia in this yield has been estimated as under:Prospectus 6-v ear-old trees, loewt acre. per 15cwt trees, acre. 7-> ear-old per trees, 20cwt acre. S-year-old per of copra varies somewhat, but the The price general tendency is upwards, use of late in the owing to increased years manufacture of butter substitutes. factories been started in Seven have already in for this and a one is now Germany und two France, purpose, large The being built in Chicago. industry is a and is sure to spread to other parts of the which cannot lail very profitable one, world, to have the effect of advancing the of copra. price The price of copra in 12, 19U, was £21 10s per to ton at Sjdnoy on July ton, equal at least £10 IDs per the This leaves a net ift« plantations. profit of £ifl if» the £3 ton for the allowing ample margin of per cost of manufacture. In the calculations a of £15 ton has been net profit per assumed. of which cottons-specimens may be seen at the offices of the brokers-is (B)-COTTON-Mamara company's amongst the finest and has > grown, readv sale at London market, from lb in the it is to bring the area 1/ to 1/4 per proposed to 250 acres at once, and to plant a further planted up 250 aeT rear .'"" for the next six years. of 40 acres of Mamara cotton last was The yield year 6 tons 9cwt 251b, which at 1/ per lb gives a of over £1S per of grossNreturn acre, exclusive «,. c ni,,« ni T c m which lb, means a sum the seed, at 10/ per considerable in itself. one-third for cost of production and ginning, a net return of £12 acre be reckoned but the Allowing per may on, calculations have been based oa net a rttura of £10 acre per only. ROBBER.-Professor Macmillan Brown, who has just returned from a visit Solomon special to the Islands, is (O) reported (in Sydney "Sun," Aug. 3 lsui to said-"The islands will rubber have produce of the best quality, the soil volcanic and rich." being very car Rubber to make a return in the fifth from date of planting. A net Tetum of £5 acre in the sixth ii begins j per year assumed, increasing to £20 acre in the tenth and v ears-a conservative a per subsequent most estimate, considering that trial of trees on the Isabel tapping 41-vear-old Plantathe Solomon Islands Rubber Plantations, Svcnsen tion ol Limited, of which Messrs. and Archibald dre also rccentlv directors", gave a the rate yield«at rubber acre of over 2501b of per per annum, which at the market of only 3/0 lb means a price per net profit of over £20 acre in the fifth year per TIMBER.-Mr. built the sawmill and started the timber (D) Mingc, the practical sawmiller, vvh, originally Industry on that, with the Mamara, reports addition of and boiler and an extra the can increased a 20-h.p. engine 30-h.p. saw-bencIC capacity of the mill be to 3000 feet per day, at which rate he consider! four full work. there will be at least years'

way

said, that

or

of

proposition £15,000

secure

annum,

he

Legislative

the need of Interference. who individuals, of the industry,

development

a

the

price

liberal man the

took

arise

to

treated

and

he

re-

trust, "In

it,

have

from

interests

say for

I

to

Wade

u

whatever the area development already would «even return at net ycarj*' feme least a sear the Directors that £60,000), recognise the iull benefit of THC to expend a large few purchase they will require in and extending years developing plantation. to Tbey plant from 250 to 300 acres a year until an additional propose of Cocoanut* at least 1500 thousand five acres have been and about (one hundred) planted, 1000 acres of Rubber as by sections of from 250 to 300 acres a year, additional labour becomes available. While tlie Cocoanut« are maturing. Cotton will be as a between the trees. grown catch'crop joung The not cost of Cotton w more than 5/ per and this amount will be saved in the reduced and acre, at least twice cost of weeding keeping the planting clean the four or so which trees are to plantation during years elapse before the cocoanut advanced render the unnecessary» sufficiently growing of a catch crop and in the meantime large will profit« be receiied from the cotton which is for at about nine months from date of planting, and in the crop, ready picking case of the "Mamara" gives return a for four variety profitable years. The plant of the sawmill will also »be extended with the of increasing the to 3000 feet at which there is at least immediately, object output per day, rate two years' work in hand. planted

Inst

carried

from

one

19th

over

before whole

The

con-

is

been

the

free

might

had

works Is Is

and

20, 1907, outcomo

that before.

anybody

'happy'

has

consider*«)

'

manager

which

happy

not

be

.

iron

the

a

cannot in

Company

«mu»

a

who

There

not

the

DEVELOPMENT.

"=.

mat-

himself

and in

While

and

Products» (1)

.

were

months

furnace

that handsome

most Is

arguit

engaged

we

When

hands

soon;

NAMES.

of

he

intervention

I

died

Dalley

a

if

no

the for

closely, to refer

consider In

was knew

"Sandford If

was

manager, shown

of

owners

of

ment

I

the

It that

ship." reply

me

Chas.

justifi-

the

In

of

'

a

when

and

very

time such

about

position,

Ironworks

on

posal fortnight entirely

Asso-

the late Mr. Alfred for Bennett, will, known, and spoken of, pointed out as Mansion Estate. It is clio incomparable of scenic looks Australasia,' .and out On nil position loveliness the and of the Queen and its majesty City Mirroundliurs. And the lotn are limited tn 30.'-Adrt. WASP FOR MOSQUITO BITES. or BEE STINCS, the Irritation nothing allays so as quickly SCRUBB'S v.MMOSIA. Sold nnd Chemists. by all (îrocors Areld ._>...ir,., ¡,"¡,"f!pn«. -\ilvt. all

I

Mr.

the able

me

allow

Eskbank

the

his Hoskins'

to

possibilities

name in,the ioum. :sm ol Australia is| An immortal ¡n S.vMnoy In 1SU. under Bennett He arrived Samuel Stokes, the and tv po-raphical engagement to Stevens with the He continued then "Herald.'; proprietors'of and afterwards willi Mr. John Fairfax, Kemp and Mr. William Hanson and be for 17 year«. Fairfax, the by Henry Parkes) purchased" "Empire" (founded Mr. Bennett became sole in 1859. Later, proprietor. the News" in 1S07, and the He started "Evening Journal" In 1870. Ile first and pub"Town Country Australian and lils of Discovery lished "History in the He died at Mundnrrah Colonisation" "Empire." ill 1874. The eldest son sucLittle Coogc, Towers, of the Then ceeded to tlie newspapers. management and with his Alfred Bennett purchased, occupied Mr. "Clairvaux," tile far-famed home of Mr. t.iiiiilv. on the South on the IV. B. Dalley, Hcad-ro-iil, Rose and overlooking Bay Vaucluse, glorious heights on the side of the road lo tile College and opposite Grounds Harbour Waters. Thus were hy the living linked the historic names of Dalley and picturesquely noble urea of has Bennett. The "Çlalrvaut" boen Ocean-Harbour subdivided into .10 matchless Residential <"í»»s, and these will ho submitted to Auction. 14th next. What was the classic choice October of Rifted William Uede rare and Dalley, and the

able

Galloway'«

ARcTlUBALD,

Qucensland-CORRIE

Mr.

was

know Is

We

"Herald"

will

members

j

of

the

and be."

result

interest.

TO

in

sembly,

sea-

has

FULLY-PAID-UP

as

snare

per

rate

annum.

made.

there

to

blast

a

Mr.

management the present

warm

ago

in

you

the

branch

The Fruitgrowers'

not

We

over?

Important

very

manner, should

be

can

FRANK

to

free

expedient

an

possible

that

conclusion, Mr. Sandford

clover

spring

5/

the

SOLICITORS:

(A) Mr.

one

furnace

Lithgow and

taken

sticks

sir,

and

application,

on

.,

and

successful.

was

"captain

since

hay

Illawarra

a

which

appearance,

grasses Should

thoso

luxurlantlj-. ruin the result.

follow

through

made

It

knows

ported

the

the

add

to the

of

was

sentence

sufficient

Into rain

It

holds sidered

Settlers'

be

now mado the

Since havo

grass

many

weather

be

can

days.

growing

seen

should

There which

like

Ufa

as

usage

the

Inspected Rain had

share

per

each.

balance

,

no

been

have that

blast furnace competent who has and to-day, a man; thoroughly competent had any experience having"

In

Max

JOHN

mu>.u

had

chat,

our

easily

most Is there

Com-

the

could

also tho

much

after

machines. of

We of

copy

but of the furnace, inside to bring forward to show of the business." nothing know what possible to exactly the furnace ter why did-they run

addressed eXLCUtlve

the

of

one

oats surplus kept for dry and prairie

mam

regards the moisture has been taken We are that question glad Government, and that 15 b\ the Commonwealth up limit as we are con cent will be the allowed, per factories The vhiced this is in the bc&t interests of will and will not be so suscept butter open up better influences drier and closer and in ible to outside being % ill, we feel sure benefit the long run shippers conditions in Vustraliíiu arc We understand that the favourable to a heavy make during coming again uncertain as and while prospects arc of course Benson, market«, we ernnot hut feel that to the future help in France Irelanl and has as the rngland drought demand, and created i though the good consumptive full all will be cold stores arc at present supplies the of but wanted, more as consumption partieulirb is in all the Continental countries j early ter nearly white the winter months smaller increasing, during to the United be lool ed thence Kingdom maj exports ri'cumstonecs we feel in anti for In these justified season will satisfactorv to Hint next prove cipating f tetones in australasia

Mr.

It

waa generallj. complaints branda Hie best

quillt) were

milking meeting

Bl

payable

thousand

THOUSAND

TWENTY

KVENSEN"

vLBERTRreRCIvÂLUGRF^ ALEXANDER"ctEClIORN, CHARD

may

very

blast

a

of

ment

are of

out

should

but furnace

the

and

labourers

ROKRT

none

It

repairs;

unobtainable, not which was

as

comwhich

many

in

tried,

remainder

consequence

in

was

a

.well, of

the

feed, Farm

hay.

would

to be

WALCHA.-Mr. Henry fallen on stallions Friday. local observed The as since Thursday. day was to the rain the a but owing holiday locally, The gave were inspector abandoned. sports lecture In an lantern the pavilion Interesting the show ground. on will rainfalls make WOLLONGONG.-Recent in the general appearimprovement a vast be the means ance of the. district, arid should over a farmers long dry spell should of tiding

and

in the manufacture of the the demand on exceptional butter arrived in a mould}

owing to deil of good In New Zealand the but at times then,

*,ood fLhlncq*

*

We fact

the

300 green

Installing last

are

most

acres,

rially.

abnormal mike It is satisfae to the regard butter was to that tilt of \ustiilian report qualin ¡ton e,ood though in tin» case of New South Wales e,enerultv with have been kept more some brands nii^lit advantage both to bin cr and seller ttnifonn It is disappointing excellent butter and the next a to find one weel an variation of the marled in HIL qualitv to

crop

public,

ti«

"?

and

furnaces or

difflculales." a

above

but

blast

years,

life

Sic

as

coke

four Internal

or

over

I time

to

PinkF. by Mr. who councillors, legitimate to every resist .advised them Rural Workers' the clauses in way those would entail hardships, which Union's claims on formers during! heavy losses, 'and perhaps harvest time.. District WINDSOR.-The Hawkesbury Agrl-| a has subsidy °fi Association received cultural accounts, the inpaying all £182, and, after to debt is reduced £1S5. Contotal stitution's have recently siderable improvements been] at the show-ground. made to the appointments the annual show before It Is hoped by holding a Instead of In much May, the Royal Show, Inwill be met with. It Is success greater matevery to rearrange the schedule tended

-

tion wood

for and

baning branch was Association

¡qualité Hiving

same

tor

used kept

is

which is doing

year,

fact

a

Sternal

go

errors

good beginning recorded, above the

been

has

to

of

way

the

furnaces

blast yoara;

furnace."

of a that

knew

was

of

is

that four

or

year life

year without

gauge

"om

holders

prospect Since the

rata

of

can

no

and pay men the rabbits could by poison extent

great

last

TBMORA-The

Company,

condition

re

wire-net

cat about

all

scarce,

stone,

36,423

......

be be

dairymen

last

.

transhipments)

will

from

follows:

1,

in

prising

.

since July last season period

Sydney

The

average.

over-oceai, to dato,

season

to

bright.

431n

one only and that

the

"It a

.Sneer

be

to was

road

about cried Palmer off. man darted

fact

a

Is

a

gauge

read,

numerous

Where

burrows.

burrows

very 541n

yeat

district

added. "it

last

can

were

There moro

was

the

a

the

ever.

cent,

per

rabbits,

the

to

against

as

tops

50

be

Again, may

the

Foxes

th«

Into arms

£1

of

DIBECTOBS: OSCAR JOHN

your

last

cent.

He

HERALD. EDITOR OF THE THE interview In the hurried that regret his to my reply representative in the stated been fully has not a questions mo Allow to make of to-day. "Herald" was 2803 "The blast furnace few additions. blast of the output it read should tons." of scores "and scores was furnace 2S03 tons, Infuse it would that other such of works read, "and should Hie security," new and and it would infiuc works, scores of other into and such, works." security new.' life by the reblast furnace was quoted "Our as one of the industry presentative journals In the modern and up-to-date of most the "for Ita size" I intended the words world."

de-

for

tight.

ISO»).

TO

condi-

some

caused

per of

There

year. of

the

30

parts than

all

dig out afford

Is

Beason of the

14} 14}

15J

old

to

SKfÄ

*t

,

PAPTAIN

Sir,-I

with

Every-

under

loaded

IRONWORKS.

LITHGOW

hand

in

risk

more

being

TO

.

nature.

SHELLHARBOUR.-The

14, 15

16J 16} 15J

2,1 27

20}

"j

more

rid

and

could dig out down kept fumigation.

13

than

from

not

Ml'



as compared with nç mill, the week corresponding 5215 of bales. aggregate no of wool shipments

during with

net

SHIPMENTS. the has cleared review wool, with Omrah for London,

and

wool comb

vessels year far

last

stenmer

of

the

vessel

one

getting

13} «

28} 2S

28} 27

....

"1

14j loi

g1

to

last



«j

not

serious Btock

a

troublesome they were

24J 25

MJ

a

loudly,

SINGLETON.-The Inspector has G. R. reported district Freeman) (Mr. of new sires, the with the that Introduction horses should and better prices, keen demand, with were few districts There very Improve. tho of sires. to the number good Owing same with internal badly troubled sheep being bo the of lambs dying, and number parasites, would not the markings actual was confident

c.oss

as

but

lay,

corresponding cabled

was were

merinos

were

states Merino

quiet.

the

market

data

of

well

district.

out his

of

¡In fired

to is

offered

are

EACH

gjgg^^^S*

N.B.-The

suddenly sprang flourished her, Mrs. revolver. the mysterious and

¡stranger

ITEMS.

HILL-Shearing BROKEN the West Darting throughout is proceeding smoothly thing wet tions* A few days have

£1

NAREMBURN.

FROM

STOBT

as

known

improvements being carried on at the Illawarra Central Creamery eviThere Is are completion.now nearing made been dence of provision having ample with milk "and-cream to the greater cope must be experienced. which shortly supply

Dun-ralear Moorelands, (Walgett), ARB/Cassilis, TJib bo Cuba, Uardry. E (Brewarrina). DJH/ (Whitton), Yamma Gunbar Toulby, (Morundah), (Carrathool), and Bygalorce/M AB, J/Trcvclyan (Moree), JF/Ogil

In

cataand

directors

the whole

if

the

to

nothing generally shortly

not

OF

?"

Í

beand alarming of repeated story the In man North Sydney of unknown an haviour by Mrs. police to Sydney was told the North .yesNaremburn, of Market-street, Palmer, have her sister and Mrs. Palmer terday. been terrified by the wild times lately several at house round their knocklngs and shoutings at 2 At time one hours of the night. lonely and repeated at the door, loud knocks a.m. alarmsisters, mo woke the In," cries of "Let vlBltor tho time Another greatly. ing them windows and on walls and knocked returned of a glass, to pane managed smash till he afternoon, On Thursday he decamped. a when on her way home, Mrs. Palmer was

'

of In-

and

will

was

trucks

the

of

expenses

A

?

cata-

comIn-

had was

It

Croki

there

opinion

through

loss

A

WOLLONGONG.-Tho

ANS/Balarang (Moree), AB/Lalla, JF/Emby (Coonamble), Eurcka/JSi Canonbar, (Gular), Moombric, Bairnkine, Mercadool, Cowals, \ ale, WIIB/The Mackay/Cryon, WC/Uurel JP 0 MPB/Wcc conj./TC (Charlton). Waa, Calga, Bros. /Beetwood (Moree), Gogeldrie WM/Mourabie, EFUfUne WP and RV/CarroU, View, W/Oaklcigh, j

said at

his

SIItRES

"«*?& ^co&.&ZXLSS ^^^"c^^'^fö''^« ta\ PiXnMm?na ?F«PH¿?OT °« S iMS Ï7 tie'vendors fe noiTÄ^^^

.

re-

of

in

W,ÏERTobo

"

Morning

directors

never

1S63

~

"

DAIRYING.

W/Glllendoon (Jerildene), Collymongle (ColABT (Condobolin),

larenebri), M »nd

of

to

so as to sheep keep a to place the be good thing thought It would under a commission of the control yards Invarious interests of the representative meat trade and considered the export volved, He was bo supervision. should under expert were Council the aware that Sydney Municipal out of the present a year £10,000 making that that revenue would and admitted yards, the expenditowards meeting a go long way the He favoured on the yards. ture proposed There over the yards. taking Government at the present yards. room was not enough that the Government suggested it was When Connell the City take over the yards should considerable to action, and were stirred been effected. Improvements had since a read statement. grazlor, Mr. W. F. Jaques, sale should yards the fat stock In his opinion site The the area. present be on abattoir he and too cramped, and unsuitable, was pastoralwas by this stared opinion believed ists generally.

of the river to get the a central it would be good It In a more site, who conon tho move part of those business The at Wingham, trol factory that company. of dealing is capable continued, quite Mr. Hill on the Upper Manning, with the cream output to will so for many years come» and continue Is a It he observed, such good concentration, factories that additional it is curious thing, on the Richmond River. erected are still being

TB/Willoh Wingadee

(Coonamble),

WSD/Rctrcat (Bellata), JMW/Parlnga, Moonbria KC/Wilga (Moree), Bundure,

the

Company He

factory

B dla/ (Moree),

GWP/Bunaba

'

in

that

frequently In unload. he did not additional

were

hours

five

ACTS

COMPANIES

120,000,Shares

in

fully,

to

which

question, "Sydney

abovo

chairman

favour.

the that rebuilding, can tory

and'2.

Jasper/The

j

Its

in

'

Back Merrigal (Arrratrcc), Dunmore (Crvon), JS/Onrell, JF/KIUala (Moree), MUM

the

on the, article appeared cently the Herald," Wingham Dalry

will

week

reference

and

Trains to

the

GAMATION.

to

of

of

AMAL-

with

but

loss;

matter.

WINGHAM.-Interviewed

line,

main

over.

to

obtbe

Breden's evidence, In an that even by taking be room. would sufficient eight acres there at that the main trouble he urged However, Ho the unloading arrangements. present-was be justithe Government would did not think the in removing In £250,000 fied spending If the reas It were, over the road. yards, the were in preeffected quired Improvements stock to been He had sending sent yards. lost always for 20 and had the yards years, had been It In transit. a certain number bad the trucks, overloaded said that graziers of cause the that this was largely tne and

BOARD'S'

FACTORIES'

the

think

POWER.

NO

PROTECTION POSITION.

MANNING

of

(Brewarrina), (Coonamble), (Warren), K in dia..

to

gently

with

the

on

vote

a

,

ports.

brok this

selling

sales

from

good

IN BRANDS STORE. the brands received Into recently stores nrc as Sj'dney follows: DPKO/Warrana (Coonamble), AJLL/Wyrem (Brin gagée), CurrawlnghaSFCM (Bourke), HEK/Egelabra (.Nevertire), PMT/Moonagce (Nyngan), Amos/Tulloona (Moree), IIC/Gunelah (Coonamble), JBP/MM (Gular), Quanda (Gular), 0 and Coronga Peak (Byrock), 11/ Downs Wilgha (Byrock), RO/Wargumbegal (Wyalong), MAK/Whitewood (Coonamble), JP/Myall Park, Jones/

boen

to five arrived

PRODUCTION. questions the

bales

some

SOME

Some

compared

sets

the

of

500 also

In

place offerings Queensland

of

a.m.

bo

enn

with

bales

about

next

31

October

till

season.

33.3S0

to

practically

that

under contain

catalogues arrangement by buyers

star

bales. at

since

fixture

s.tar the

number

6.30

from timo of

3000

and

Tho

during commencing Sepabout wh-n 40,000 bales will proThis Is an catalogued. accumulathe July Brisbane sales, and the follow the September series not Is

l8, be

tion

after-

quantity Is materially lessening way aro catalogues lot the large

offered

bo

Moreover,

creased logues

lots

'that length of wool quantity one Now, daj% two catalogues,

petition.

tho

of

about

tho

place

bably

waa

number

next.

district;

The

tember

the

certain

19,515

MARKETS. bales is to take

Tuesday

on

43

local

qulcklj'." take

proporand star

sold

were under, maximum the

and

season

the when

..

..

.

6000

some

hales bales

9,102 9,145

..

678 increase

Hill

,

scoureds According to Melbourne aro reports, consignments being received "and in volume freely, greater than at the same time last arrivals to date year, being 7707 bales, as with 532 bales compared last year. Owing to recent rains In some delay Is now shearing with the result taking place, that wools will not bo down st» coming

is

season

..

BOAT. bale» bale»

_

comprise clip wool,

new Broken

06,473 46,915

..

1,473 2,151

of

milo

a

nearest

distance milos. two

the the busiconclusion'of SINGLETON-At at last board of the pastures protection the of members, Mr. B. Hardy, one meeting, and body, tho usefulness of that questioned to the be taken as that a. referendum moved said with It, He doing away advisability of and many miles, bad the members came that The but read correspondence. to do nothing in to keep two men board practically existed secretary. The and the Inspector office-the bit to call not a directors had threepenny, to do anythe own, and had not power their to be abolished. and ought the board thing, while A. S. Pankhurst), chairman (Mr. The as to with Mr. Hardy the useless agreeing out nothing of pointed that the board, ness were no as inasmuch there be done, could and to a referendum, secondly, funds take in the for taking was no provision Act there

19,558

.

A sale Melbourne

the

water

of

MONEY,

NO

25th. lst-Aug. bales hales

July

.

.

1910-11

no

PASTURES

1E5

....

BY 1911-12

in-

of

of

quarter

a

he jection on detraining be could got from three kept to Mr. regard

Improvewith ringbnrklng, cases station

abattoirs

THE

UNDER

QUEENSLAND

£120,000,

:

Capital

IN

In

W.

of

the

ness

Decrease Increase

POSITION volume

of few

a

10

Improvements. was said he grazier, Bacon, nearer the removed yards being The than proposed. great was the had to present place

P.

favour

acres

roods

The

railway

the

3

acres

the

BY Season. 1011-12 1910-11

from Is

fully

follows:

as

who

other words, to wool for output All the reservoir of a flow 4300 cubic nearly wool At the statistical year. 1011-12 .cot por second will the be required continuously for some while to and little for 00 days. present time, months the The In which river nn be in difficulty forming como, there will Is generally highest August, aro September, those few in tho trndo idea by and approximate October. These are the In months which such form estimate covering an to an tho reservoir will usually be replenished, and able as the Commonand nrea varied they extensive are also tho months In which Inundation howand New Zealand. There aro, wealth of the lower lands was stated to be most valufeatures at the one or two outstanding ever, able. The records all tend to show^hat when are worth and referring to, present time that the reservoir is no ln~full operation Inundaof the supply that Indication potion give some of the bo land below Hay need espectcd For Instance, slaughtertho heavy sition. excopt In years or Uko 1SS7 or 1S91, In other conIn tor local Australasia ing of sheep words, when there are exceptionally high and sumption has and oversea boen so export prolonged floods. The of the discharge Murin recent years that notwithvery heavy In the rumbidgee at Hay spring and early sumhas been no seasons there standing good mer months generally rangos 2000 to 7000 from In numbers. The increase sheep cubic iiiiarlted feet per second, and this Is the period the yenr 1910 total Commonwciltb figures-for when the in the Bupply will river bo drawn 02.015 000 in «2,210,000 head, as against being on for to such as will storage extent not InAs the productlp» of previous year. tlie. terfere with a minimum flow of 500 cubic feet now reached has probably wool per sheep per second. for a ,minimum This provision tho In about its only way which maximum, Is an supply guarantee for the ample can Inrequiretho be materially Australasian clip ments of Hay and and the Balranald for stock to the creased Is sheep numbers. by addition and domestic purposes of tho riparian profor the wool season, nt So that current any prietors, but It Is obvious that inundation from does that It not appear very probable an rate, overflowing supply below cannot Hay bo the wool of Australia will much production looked for In future unless In years of abnor1910-11 exceed that of tho wool year. Queensmal floods. which exland Is tho State from additional Ia timei of land past the area Hiiy be but Its between can expected, as clip of ports and the Murray wns junction which showed nn' Increase subject bales last season to 281,000 Inundation was about 800,000 acres, nt)d on the season's of previous shlpmonts the holders of this area to professed attach it seems unlikely that the 42,000 bales-, great value to ie flooding In spring nnd early State's will continue to northern adclip summer. Their opposition to the comparathe conat same rate, although the vance tively insignificant Interference with the flow In the are ditions north certainly entirely at Yanko Creek, ns already mentioned, was to pastoral interests favourable Any Queenskeen and persistent. When the Murrumbidgee land Increase, lo to be however, likely northern Irrigation scheme was originally pron decrease In New Zeacounter-balanced by posed. Including a dam at Barren which Jack, land. would have about SOO millions stored of cubic feet ZEALAND DECREASE. of PROBABLE NEW water, the lower landholders offered strenuous It Is of Interest lo note In connection opposition, with notwithstanding the fact that tliren thnt some very fair ".lew of compensation weirs were the foregoing provldsd for In the Novv.Kealund prospects this Reason IJ project. Thoy stated Hint nlrnmly they »ould no1 be satisfied obtainable. The Christchurch house of Dal with'less than five com In

to to

been

-

closer

had

lots, wards.

a

and candid authoritatively

will

8

MERINO.

20

irrl

This four bales. Increased to Is five lots for small maximum will be bales' catalogues and the small bales, auctioneers. sot a different of submitted by ns in usual, will operate, One set of buyers another set and wool saleroom, tho principal small the will nttend sales of the of buyers 9omo such system saleroom. bnles In another can only value a necessity. Buyers becomes

con-

they

cubic

tbo

market

that, be

Barren

oro

ordinary

acres.

acres.

chiefly In

16

Mr.

Is and the land supply, red undulating loamy box. All open ringbarked The capital value, agriculture. of ranges value Improvements, £5 10s 10s to £35,~or from from £126 down 12s 6d acre. The successful to £S per
earlier weeks since July and has maintained, there been a only \cry slight decrease by boat. There is a reprobability, however, that the cent ruins will splendid lesson the quantities coming forward the during next fortnight. The for the week and total for the receipts current season to date, to last compared year,

TEÁDE.

very

this

selling number

lots.

resi-

waters

I

I

2111

past week, corresponding by rall

are

districts, and little

A SOUND

in

ments

had no right to the flood therefore, thoy would have for compensated any diminuwould take place. To form an of the amount of idea this diminution In the of flooding the lower land, the simplest course Is to consider what quantity of water will require to he Intercepted and stored In tho early spring months-the period when tho Murrumbidgee' Is of generally sufficient to height cause moro or less inundation under existing circumstances. The capaand waiora, so claim to tion which

crease 1 has

has

the

latter future

as

reared

WOOL

has

season

flood

the

ness

com-

river,

la to to

9} to 8 to

suburban to

consist fencing. Duri,

agricultural timbered soil, Is suitable for the Including

if

CROSSBRED.

22}l

to

18} 15}

..I

the

of

this

will

dam that

10$ !

J

..

will

chango

attitude Murrumbidgee.

Barren

admitted frankly Murrumbidgee

ed.

remarkable

13 0

to

'20*

Wool

settlement

of army horticulture The

on

men

of

to

tions, most the

I

SYDNEY

lack

opportunities. material promising

MAKING

but neighbourhood, they appear in a the least entirely prospect to which was formerly regarded by alarm. The of the great height the enormous of capacity the resor from tho outset, and It announced

approach them

a

to to

22

economic

end

are

TEE

I

in

been

12

INTERSTATE

object.

There

offg.

J

pea.

Bellies Locks

again, large

the

tho

notice

residents

not

went

with

I

Fleece ..I Bkn. and

diffi-

more

land

12J

to

SCOURED

with

Similarly, in

to

rl I

..

refer-

and

8} 1 8j 9

ollg.

Iii B

..|

period in the

it

11

I

to

IPI

as

of serves water, of the Increasing the andcpmbatlng country, continual towards the city. Some timo the Government a number of ago gave large farmers a freo to Barren all trip Jack, and, there would bo things conslIiiiLd, probably more direct results If It was to possible the scheme In a Blmllar manner or bring rather visit the area and by to Irrigation the farm at Yanco, which would experimental be more than the practical simply viewing works at Barren as Jack, interesting tbey are,

owing

utility,

the

..|

us.

man

Is

There

Inferior.

I ii

I

offg.

,.|Nonc

?amos

Increased

the and

more

town

Deslr

have

serious very The' successful

netting ranging

|~Mcdium. did

I

offg.

None

.-.

Lock«

are

hunger.

on

Bellies go Bot-

for

ments

bo

may

I

pcalNone

1st.

to

greatest

a

to

Fleece ..JXone Itkn. and

the

States,

population

therefore

men

city limited

United

home.

congestion of is becoming Boclal problem.

cities

tho

Interest countries

years that

extent

mako

Oood.

dTd

["d

GREASY

land

late

an

be

two tho

growing

a

lands

value

the

same.

to

hard, and exodus The as the years movement of

rates,

MERINO._

Super.~~|

Dcscrlp.'l a

work

the contrary, to spring promises several years." This has a certainly peculiar

by. tlers

_GltBASY

answered.

capital

to

is 'Yes.' diminution

cases

been

auction

follows:-

five

two'of

one

acres, of

one

proposed

two

acres, of 10

LIMITED.

PLANTATIONS, (-REGISTERED

z'

.

most

bas

small

a health, willingness

a

in

West?'

last

on

and

porches,

20

of

23

OF

.

good and

start, answer

the

as

11

perches,

20

settlement

of

'

Given

in

based

given

acres,

roods

blocks,

larm

closer

I

men

farmers

as

staple,

21

3

j

of 'Can

of

I

conditions

percentage question, or doctor,

of

small

i

of knowledgo "and a total unfamiliarlty In an the irrigated country, The failures Is small. very lawyer, a mechanic, merchant, other of professions succeed lack

a

anthe Friday engaged dealing

I

havo

MENT. TAMWORTH.-On Thursday Land Board was Tamworth with 32 applications for ID at In Peel River Duri, the, aro area. Two of the farms

con

.

cities

and

SETTLE-

'

ono

left

farms

CLOSER

HIVER

of

the

drainage

I

have

these

up

PEEL

after

yesterday expediency on the abattoir area, sale dlsposition^and

considered

the of the expense sharing arrangements Under the proposed works. and of the cattlo would mixing there be no would cattle go at present; the sheep, as The Imone and the sheep another. way City Council contemplated by the provements of an £157,000. Involve expenditure would inthe council He could not say whether on to with tbo improvements tended go the recommended rethe committee whether If Government of the or not. tho. moval yards the over ¡and did not the necessary hand could not carry out their of council, course,

i

had We

the

house,

fur

chlld"s this

lot

of

tbo only ¡home."-A-4vt. I

is who

persons

take

the

Public

were

I

'

circumstances, the deputation

of to

"New

that

all the

at

i

to

I

.

these

reclamation

number

the

in the transacted local market during case to by private treaty In scoured skin red to had a very strong put the week wools from local As is to Oil the fellmongering estabbefore the Minister, it intended at on a with the Borren Jack when lishments, prices par rates end replenish the reservoir the Murat last sales. Tho of water In the ruling public longer there is a supply large skins now treated the In the winter and stapled bolng increases early spring rumbidgee, attractiveness will of wools forin Yanko Creek tho skin coming supply months, tho flood ward, other interest; however, is now conbo diminished. On the being undoubtedly centrated on the now the consignments of as it is not to intercept clip proposed hand, wool from the to suppleearly shearing districts for the low but on the contrary supplies, on the of auctions, opening Monday, September 4, them the reservoir, periods ment from next. so have been aro not to bo Consignments, far, coming flow In Yanko Creek likely store and until the moderate flows are not Into very freely, magnlfland the thortcned, cent rains fell this week there seemed to As the bo a to regards likely bo diminished. durof a very and the in Yanko Creek early shearing soiling In supply reduction [prospect whether season. Now situation Is it Is a question tho being steadied, floods, quito ing high will slow for probably down for the will be an supplies this not advantage. bo a Jlttle were being. It may disappointing being mado timo Whilst the Improvements so as for wero In far some catalogues are concerned in Yanko Creek hold Hay meetings of the the sales during the second week tho openand Balranuld protesting against work, the But little exsent to to series. any disappointment and deputations wore object Ing on that score is for flow in the Murrumoutweighed by with the perlenced interference the of tho and no ono Is was deputations boon rainfall, likely It alleged by those bidgee. Moreover, may not und the to complain seriously. tho of Balranald that towns Hay and this of the be possible moderating offerings lower landholdeis on the part ol the riparian a in from blessing disguise, altogether apart a As river would be affected. prejudicially the causo that is respongratifying directly this feeling was Is matter of although slble Car Wool is it true; fact, it? needed, should be in force the district from Hay to and a demand right general throughout good Uno. But sowehow or If it is was even the other, there less along the Murray Junction, find some reason or excuse for to of possible for to the Improvement' ground objection off the or values, standing market, lowering there is now on the Creek than part Yanko such a Is taken. Heavy supstep generally Yanko to the tho season and a little ol those in Creek at tho of interested plies opening was are be In conJack dam. It unrest put construction of the Barren Industrial apt to used an otherwise unasand against alter that creek to such junction, to never proposed A week that sailable position. ago eituatlop on the have effect extent as to any perNow we have to bo created. faeemed likely wator to of the river the manence of tbo supply rains relieving pastoral had the beneficial The and chief In districts, delaying the towns of Hay and Balranald. situation parched one and moderating was to on the hand; on which taken shearing, exception Erounds are conditions when industrial were wool supplies, of Yanko Creek that, tho Improvement on the United In tho Kingdom, Improving would navigation In the first place, the river must make for other. This changed aspect second place, There Is wool bo interfered with, and, in the a sound position. sufficient and atthe Lower Murtho of large the of on In store for preparation flooding the land for the week commencing In tractive catalogues be diminished. regard rumbidgee would and It is to bo hoped greatly was stated some of September 4, to the latter It by point will be norIndustrial conditions that by then, land to Inthe that the subject seaobjectors old and the selling mal in the country or river seven undation from the required to nil concerned. son open satisfactorily In a eight acres to feed a sheep year when THE SELLING FACILITIES. IMPROVING after inthe river remains low, whereas wool forward matter how rapidly comes No undation takes will carry two are equal place the land of handling consignments the means It of the market to an acre for months. The Sydney sheep several to it. popularity trade providing not bo realised on the has been heightened by the may by the residents eflioient conduct of the for the ovory facility of the Creek Is lower part river that Yanko on'events no There has been walting business. s small as as a torcomparatively well very for them. providing meeting and afterwards tuous times of flood the dichannel, that In has been anticipareason Everything within inversion of all the It would carry Is a considerable water which This senson there ted. would be on and it would effect In wool store space, havo scarcely any percoptiblo crease on the Improvement to any the and'that in of very low river difficult suggest river, times to the from the storing In vogue it methods would cease to flow. Notwithaltogether of tho wool. One Improveof the shipping these the lower landstanding conditions, the increase difficult

the

,

with connection the surprisingly

In

signs

Into consideracircumstances outlook present for timo, the wool Is season's decidedly favourable. Lost has Into conproduction practically passod and when trio last left som o sumption, mall of the mills found that Continental combing the of raw wool wore to supplies beginning fall off. France was not a particularly large buyer last season; has held trade good In all centres outside the States. United there Consequently is for angood ground If ticipating-especially the labour troubles in continue subside-an England to active demand at the approaching sales. Rates current for the principal descriptions of lion

provided

out

points

(

Taking

term

wo

is

and

capital,

hopeful

towns

as

.

Under

creek.

would

SALES.

being

are

acres

public-or, opening

an

little

desert's

with

was

river

OPENING

_

during

water

the

tho lengthen be flowing

FOR

I

which

when to

million

Tribune"

most

good." "Notwithstanding farming," it writes,

of

supply and

a

low

PROSPECTS

i

afford

to

comparatively

In wool

1911-12 ,

FAVOURABLE

"made

wero frontage creek of the the Improvement affected hand tho Government, was taken In hy creek from that a cutting the by making v,lth result some shallow new deepening a off-take, of the necks and cutting through places, of the conditions a change bends, complete After these were effected. Improvements was when rose tho it Murrumbidgee, carried out, began to flow above summer level, to slightly a thus ensuring greatly down Yanko Crook, water to the landholders Improved supply and tho Billabong Yanko, Colombo, along of and also to the town Jerlldorlo. Creeks, bo from this brief descripIt will understood works wore for tion before undertaken that, Croek a supYanko carried Its Improvement, the ply of water from Murrumbidgee and fairly high flood, only during the main of tho works that object »as

the

of

Issued

I

the

and

natural

hundred miles Eventually

with Farmer

the

largo

taken position interestmuch recalls this deputation up by outconnected with of questions history ing When Riverfrom the Murrumbidgee. flows to water did not begin first settled ina was was a moderate flood till in Yanko Creek flow The early settlers the river. down passing obout of clearing the Importance cooa saw and they expended tho creek, from structions this of money with amount a considerable was Improvement A substantial object very wanted-a but much more was effected, considered that when it was demand several

men

of

The

creeks.

Zealand

last be

may bales

20,000

Government

have

of

there

to

Islands Philippine conditions regulations prescribing under which and breeding Australian dalry be Into the Islands. They cattle may Imported for a declaration owner, and by the 'provide the Federal quarantine officer, la certlflcate'by that the animal showing amongst other things has roactcd to the tuberculin satisfactorily test The

aver-

that

as

same that

us

10,000 'for clip

PHILIPPINES.

THE

Committee

Works

Homestructlng yards of live for the bush, stock. assets to of Mr. J. N. Breden, comptroller evidence gave the City Council, recalled, at the Improvements regarding contemplated out were to be carried yards which present the In conjunction with City Council by the He said for Commissioner Railways. Chief in at present proimprovements were that In to the drainage especially regard gress, area. The Commissioner for of Chief the Messrs. and Pitt, Son, and Badgery Railways

|

.

FOE

-PROSPECTUS

SALEYARDS.

STOCK

further

noon

.

¡

com-

the

year.

now

are

the to

descriptions.

CATTLE

us

sheep as

wool

Tho

same for

whether

of

provided

utilised

fitably all

1

fo'r York

water

Billabong

farms

Now

to

as

but

about

appears of from

the yet

oarly

weight year,

I

of

thousand

fourteen

some

a being watered, and put under crop. Being them, Crown-lands,

tho

in

under

the

?

kind

expended reclaiming irrigation

i

of

it

sult

and

world, to create

of

ting

work Its highest will be Its Immediate effect that about lake a mountain picturesque have who read In length. All miles forty that aware the storare In detail tho reports be more that reservoir will of age capacity feet-a of cubic millions 33 thousand than to exceed that his been stated which capacity of such an The storage Harbour. of Sydney far-reaching have of water will body Immense appear to do not which effects, and unintended realised, be at present S. M'Caughoy introduced by Sir A deputation ago Works some timo for Minister »o the reserthe Barren Jack that represented the supply affect will voir prejudicially and Colombo, Yanko, in the the

among

work

Is it

decrease

a

opinion

too

for

used

ing

slipo bo

will

for

was

Is

the

for of

output months

it

It

last

yield

season

than

greater

a

with

age

note tho experience for seveGovernment sums of money In large the arid west, and putAs a resettlement.

Federal

six

less

an

cut

Dominion

the

is

year.

hazard

pared

'

know

years

the

to will

inte-

to

respect

The has

I

taken

that

America.

ral

Is

the

that

onsuing

tion

I

G.

It

son.

|

H.

attracted than tho

towns, culturo

farmer's

or

In

output

season the

for

considerably period last

be

will

probable

current wools

that

settlors

Intense

by

farmer

anticipate

to

irrigation city and

tbo

from

perhaps,

more, average

(Br

future

LAND.

THE

buyers,

country »that account of and the

on

fact another in estimating

mind

in

'Armour other and Swift to bUi principally the supplies every year, getting shorter of Hie Increase populagreat was bel.-nd previously which more being procatile-ralslng and cultivation or for grain

Messrs.

,

men

¡EFFECTS.

good

our

ON reason

borno

LIYE

It

opera-

.

of

many

UNINTENDED

SOME

MEN Is

and

clip;

bo

the and

.

DAM.

JACK

BAEREN

CITY There

Zealand

must

In

In

think

I to

owing

beef

of

price

consumers, be

.

STATION.

FABM AND

New

large

This

found

be of

tions

the to

"

the which tho

of

to not

the

when

America,

In raised

.

decision.

will

Depart-

decrease year. decrease

In.

been

"

615,000, would

has

-

of

rated

Interim

_

they weirs,

as compiled show a Agriculture, as with last compared to a probable further point

ment

right at they

August

-

lower

no

writing Zealand by the

New

-

the

had

Limited, tho

says that of sheep,

Inst, returns

-

the

l8

.

in

and

Company,

and

gety

over

.

once

of

I

*

schcmo

storngo

fcot, that

compensation

any expect acquiesced

present

?

to

cubic

of informed

wero

the

j

LAND.

ON THE

millions

33,000 holders

the

When

Involving

on,

I

decided

was

I

weirs.

pensation

not

had and life.

time

to

send

Chamberlain's it was the It only

to remedy Chamberlain^ medicine cough

do

the

we

work.

M

m

FORM

OF

We in

m

FOR

APPL CAT ON

_<

SHARES

O m

m

M m

m

m

ton

Remedy. use

m m

for

Cough of

means tool;

Cough

m m

M M

M

our

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to

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well that

this

Into

sent

at numbera

church

of who

mission and

Arnott

of

G.

on

n

of

in

drawing-room

successful during

vory

hold tho

tho

Mission

Zone

the

to

that

teachers recital

Mr.

bo

made

of

the

to

Lord's

of

bcon

the

home duties

Tho niors

late

Card'nal

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the

and

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had

but

begin two

J.

ant

lo

Bates Moderator Germanton.

the

M.A.),

at

Tho

Rev.

holiday

Dr.

at

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is

S.

Church, the

Redfern,

Rev.

J.

to

congregation Mr. Cranston. Rev. nugh Paton hilled Hawkes, are daring September.

tho

on

of

memory

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soloist. mission

of

J.

C.

afraid

whole to

greet

of

Australia

had

of

New of churches

sion Sea

Islands,

I

Central

To-morrow in

final

Sab-

chief

rabbinate.

structed

to

ments

be

a

tried the

the to do Torah.

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to

bo

of

Adler Is

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cssontial

that

with

the He

one

Judaism a

least

must

be

and piety acceptable who

will

and

the

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of

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to

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good

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maid

old

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little

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li

clock valued

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as

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greatly.

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corner, (You're

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the

cat,

11

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s.m.

TION WITH

UNBEATEN

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a

SULKIES to select WITHOUT PONIES

band AND SUIT

on

of EVERY from. RUBBER OR HORSES.

Mr.

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i

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TTvOR

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l8 h., 5VTS., IrlaL au)

mmi

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£4,

EXPORTER,

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7.15

TcL,

Elira Fremll::.

Temple, Mr.

p.m., a.m.

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st

Castlerevgu'St"^ E» Fullard.

and

Tl

Service._ Brotherhood, 8 p.m.-A

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to

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11

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the

cocka

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Mrs.

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trW,

ton

1

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£3

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in

pony

coala

can

from the and Retail,

to

10s.

£1

au) Surry

ALE,

21b

Hills.

and lib

la,

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tone

closer

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X1

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r

from

other

the

vocal

artist,

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a

to

X1 and -ti.

Clevedon

by

/

BUGGY C. and

Jersey

nilf.

Apply

91

or

of

«rill

No.

S.

and

larne«,

I

ah.

calf

send

with Redfern,

12.2

ScU

PONY,

2nd

YX/ELL-MADI-, V iToccr

ncwi

hands, £14

trial

good lot

no

patent

? ___

_

lie

STECK

baa

sympatlietlc famous

or

tenor

to

which

tune is

as

largely

GO

singinr*

W

say;

blends

M

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to

satisfactory

M

well

so

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to

pureba«

to

receive a

you free

a

the

of

the

aakine-

KBS

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Stock

Ask

TT

STECK

consideration.

catalog

for

the

Piano,

your

Piano!

for

Catalog

PIANOLA

O

COMPANY, SYDNEY.

GEORGE-STREET, PIANOS

ON

PIANOFORTES

GOOD BY

COOD

TEBMi

R

a-AKKBS.

Stool

Tunlag-Handsome

Delircry-Free

Fret.

our liberal methoJs of we ais Through dealing Geruun Piaa. placing the posses-Ion of first'Class Price« are wfthru the of every home. Our po-ibility not but the lowest obtainable. only low,

'

*

"/EAU

sell,'

14 hands, I_ER

FIE

ÄU.KES

A

Tone, action, do not make features are that portion

PIANO? or case, a piano. combined get

mechanhira It

is

In

when due

piano showroom

OW

alone these pro-

perfection. you our in Everipiano quaUfie there the for Its by noaueasing place we mentioned obove. features oinword for We don't ask you to take anxious our statethis, we are to prove demonstrating the ments by actually Lo instrumenta you. Whether you wish t

W PÓRGA E M

UPR GHT ADY SUPER OR

Ham.

10s,

limit lamps, 402 Bourke-^, and namess,

b)

mover, fur

use.

O

hüls. chesp,

onler, llarber's

Horse, shop

BÁÜÑOTTANO

Shop

pTrfect

TTÂNTÊD VV

onler, Pk.

Cdn

Uar

Sulky, Shepherd suit milkman Burwood

408

Tel,

O

SECOND SAND

Uovd,

3spring 01

Cnrt

light

F K STS

O

c.

st,

or

W^N^SET

___^

for

milker,

splendid

m

Hills.

very Barber's

ile^rt

RETTER

Horse,

S

epleiTd S H

m O

S

,

bus., Surrv

L1PP

G

and Dray, P Rkwd

Hyde

IL

m

_^_

Edgedifi

Tip

)rs-,

Van

also

41

10a.

suit

Sale, nevvl) calved, Mortlake. COW family Mrs. Inrichl, Brewer tint alto On?) RAY Gelding 4yrs van, Gelding, Canton A Sale Clarcnrenlle, Cmtcrbury calved also Springer, cheap newl> Cows, POUR Punch Bowl rd R nlleld_ Cow, ISqts suit dair) Butter VLB, splendid rd Neutral Ray S 27 Grlsnicre _Imardlng

constant

O

human

reltable, Wellington-st

buttiT Brown. C>

axle.

piano

the

m

NEW

CB

£8

Surry

bntchir V chp

rtrong

'

st

dealer.

suitable

light VAN, Annandale.______

must

an)

in Cart, 4B2 Bourke-st

suit

Cart, shaft Clg

ÖllDEH lorg

Cordon._

TURNOUT, Walke.-rt.

Tipdray, Bourke st

ehcap

bring

STECK."

first

it

of

before.

quiet

Webster,

Hone, 4"2

DEPOT

F

359

and

and Ham., rd P sham.

Stanmore^

ault order, Bourke-fit, 4ri2

Sulky, nrft lady

'

and

S months,

\UaHT trial

ErtTrcJTRR''S Harnrw

O

construc-

cheap.

Tipcart

£2 5

norre, G

good cheap

the

send

na

let

We

_

,

Harn.,

given

Order

TANKS.

Horses

Feeding

Rus'hall.

«4

ntl

Annly small

OR SALE, BooHi-st.

63

G

st,

ag,

O

G

one

Silver-tail Pony, pretty thick-set 12.2 Bay I'lllott to order. K1 Percival-rd,_Stanmorc. Harness, brake or ex. for small long 8ulky, TTAOR shaft, on^e / X1 Horse.Sale, _(W Gt Redfern._! Bueklngham-st, or TTVOR Cow, suit dair> private Sale, newly-calved cart, in BROUGHAM "CAB for 1M3 than j good ore« nnntville Com I Frelus rd n. iX1 fimilr Parramatta. Brown, order. The_Woo1piick. kidded, cheap. Goan, just T7ÍOR SALE, 2 good Milking North Syd. Naremburn, I? T. Butler. PaHey'6-nl. tecond calf at milLcr, quiet /"WV, foot, good rich suit grocer, MARE. £S1; Grey Gelding, bjker, \J Milton st. Arnulla, Cobb, Crow's Nest cheap husmeas. J. CVRT hjyirher._ar_anr ORDrR TURNOUT, together reas. suft traveller, new, rrvTÀY SULKY, nearly 500 Lllzabcth sepsnte chenp st_ Bnwlle. X offer. 6ns_narlinz-el. best offer taken. 1 a new TIÍ'DRAY:

FOR

7.15.

trial

to

quality

of

a

a

decide the

stores

plumber,

trial,

nr

nam trial Stafford-st,

Drauglil

Hann-«,

DR

splen. Peters.

St.

alco

new,

cross,

nret-clas«

?

mmI^,^_r

yng.,

Boar, Bellevue,

Co.,_8unsrx-Bt. _Qld,_Molasses Turnout, Horse, will Btylish" Arthur-st. Ashfield. Groth. ?.»

Shorthorn Purler,

11,

£.1.

SALE, J"~710R work.

NrTWTOWTI.

A

M

treated,

piano

Mfxandrit_

Woollalira._

{Sl'ftTSÖCÄRTrin

ni

in

possible

done

distinctively

voice,

THE

Haymarket.

trial,

MTioy-st

50

the

Lomea,

VAN,

cart,

Waterloo, Horses,

Tipdray

voice

Apply

few times, Stanmore.

baker's

st

banils

set

rd HPAVY

*J

M M

W ^

piano

P ANOS

used

suit

off

PONY, It BAY £5 _Horse, ail?

world

a

Raglan

77

Dealer's

anibridpe-st.

Draught

was

been

poüscmcs

as

Alexandna._

st,

3 active Cerherst

11

THIOR

Commonwealth. PORTER

only

(

Horse, )Oung 143 Botany

tnnl

SALF,

good £00

/.lciandria._

IjÜANO-libX c-narateir. 10W,

VLL,

Q IO

I

nomsby. np

Wyndham

'

the

the

Piano

genius

sympathetic

caused

you be

you

Lqchhnrdt

relllblc, an) Stanmore. st,

tyred, .in

a

recognition

human

BEBLDi

Brick CO

st,

Steck as

li

ever

that

piano

with

suit sound, TTIOR SAI 1Î, 1 Draught Horse, tipcart, n aterloo X1 trial 53 John good sand st worker, L!7 "V7TLLAGF C4.RT for Sale, good order, thcnp,

t

hands,

oíd,

rubber clvss

irt

G

thai

of

quality

first

hailed

the

which

quallty

Towers

£3.

Onler Cart year» 40 Constitution

4

sUnch, Stafford

IS

I

PIANOS PIANOS PIANOS PIANOS PIANOS PIANOS PIANOS

In

closer

m

PIANOS PIANOS PIAN03 PIANOS PIANO PIANOS PIANOS

the OUR in-

Instrument The

Q

PIANOS PIANOS PIANOS PIANOS PIANOS

Hotel,

Van.

and

street, builder

suit Hill

well built rd Annandale

thickset, cheap

separate, HORSE,

ULKY,

l

yentt make

13.^

W,

PIAN03

trial,

Tower»

lot

the

was

had

TyHAT OOD

'~!"

trial,

sleek Prod,

lirpwts hd.

Horse

1

Campbell

strong Parramatta

250

musical

sympathetic

world-wide

free

SALUT

T?1011

I

WDECKEB

value.

to

than

hame», any rd, Hornsby

cheap.

West_ good

rail Cart, Iron also Sulky_ 00

HOODFD I'onv

cost

LTD.,

TERJIS.

voice.

demonstrated

tion.

come

CS.

from



cheap.

and also Double, RULWAY CARRVr»Q

Single

UgM

Sleek

voice

st_

Weat_

I-xduuge,

bent Ham.,

the

CO,

Cllttle,

and Unwin

bPRINGDRAlS,

George-^t

cheap,

the

«hen

1857,

Darlington_

Duffy,

LOÍDÍY

horse

or

_40

,S

EASY

artistic

Ita

In

st.

worth

16

Chief, bargain.

A

the

easy

al,

fnut shop, Dulwich II

Second,

rd,

worms

expels horses.

to

48

LORUKS, chop.

ex-

picture, genuine,

II. Makers, Si» Gccrgc-rtreet,

The

cm*

yon makes

PIANOS,

human

to

come

higher

Weat_

bALb 41

the

George tr

Harne-«, u.n Darlington Clt; id, rcluble llorac, any saddle

Horse,

HORSE, Waterloo._

Prince

by

a

the

to It

very

AND

wonderful

most ia

order

set

Horse, 41

HuriicKsTsulk),

Guildford._

assortment

S w m

? 8

OVER IN USE. 40,000 SOLE Agents: CARNEGIE and SONS, KING-STRIIET (next Wat-V), and Melbourne.

60

fTuTE

gd.

cheap

Campbell

,

large-sire Uourge-st

[IVOR

COACHING'and

can

ORGANS

PIANO,

secret of It lies In VALUE OFFERED IN instrument-. Inspection vitcd.

CARNEGIE'S CARNEGIE'S CARNEGIE'S CARXKCIE'3 CARNEGIE'S

chain.

ony

wheels,

also

Tlpdray», Co 40

Bay

2

14

"Bingle

Hotel

i.

Salt,

5 jrs. llilev st

rd_ gd

set Harness, ehcap. 41 City

Har"-iln. S MEAL

thin,

?^

Haymarket.

4

Stallion, worker,

O'KKILL.

cheapens MOLASSES Free booklet. Cow».

Sale,

I

new

SVSp Z

or

« »T »

fl

I

Lea

per.

a

O

SV s P ?Ä vnLT M

M OW

Ashfield._

BAY

or

BUTCIIFR'S

meeting._.

W.-United SpiritualiBts, "Orthodoxy, Infidelity, Weeks. Messages from Mr. 8, Spirit Hayes. To-night. KOCLhSlA), SYDNEY

Sale,

FOR p.m..

1.1.

O

L'iailT-'Brougham Rmith^

A.

Address

PEARCE:

I*i¡ychomctrical

PUBLIC

^,

This

Af

Sussex-street, R. HICKSON,

Mission._

Open-nir_Gospcl

PFFai

Q01UBUI1V«, Will PBavna,

liO

»¡«if

wiaur«'*-«*,»« »Ja,

Jackson,

no

sell,

and

Harness,

Sale, Glen-rd,

a

good, Heffernan. G

8

foot,

days,

very

quiet.

»*tj^t_Wve_Pog^._ sound, Cave,

opp.

Jersey, I'lrdcriek-st,

FOR nlghfc

calf

yrs.,

Kalrliglit

Cow,

Sale,

OR

3

young,

ilereey,

ÖtiW; Mrs.

3

OF

Talton, 1

,

just

103 and

suit

rd,

MÍ.RES

for

Jcreey, quiet Wcrona-at.

Sows and Arncliffe,

HAtW^iaicMp,

Hills

second Pennant

Suckers.

calf

Apply

tí¡t*c*¡¡mn+rj*v*t*aj*'it'i

£50

cheap.

"^_

'J^hone Booth

NSECT C DE

O

CO

and

M

Ö M

Otford

Square ft

off

Vsn Cleveland

m

O

llamcts_£10 st S

Rills

o o

I

flVHRI

k.

X

j

j

h

-Mare

!>RFrDING aJ rlu

Ray

ip

to

W~\NTHl after

o

suit

HOPbl^, st C

young n irlon

cab

14 hands

fair

Canlcrbur) Roan Draught Rourke st Sum

condition Hine

W m

Ö

O

W

W

Ä^ ^Ä

ÖW

STOCK

SHAEES

AND

MONEY

O

EhÄs Ä

[

Apply

m

O

C mm m

m

O

sell

rd_Lakcmht

n .36

Ilavi

inpc-dovvn_

abt Uardv

S-ll ck

biker

van,

M

O

Paddington_

st

w

trial.

in

SS3

stanch Mjre Marlhorouch

'

s

)ol

1

Ashfield._i

M

limit, cheap. Redfern.

rd,_Alcxandrla._

TJILIVBIL

|

family,

rd._ rt.

Harnes!,

set gd AiliflehL

Annandilc_^___

«is

SUIJKV llonce

very quiet, cheap. Croydon. Croydon-aT.,

calved,

Coachbuilders,

Btrongl) Cleveland

HORETT,

Miranda.

P.O.,

oriler.

good

in

Van,

i'l'OWT'Jcrscy, KJ The Camp,

off

Van Vill Cut Pag «TUST Sacriücc, Guardrail Snlsy, tram nel Cart Vi hite Lilyfield _JS3 st^ L'hardt sound suit any work sell fast fiyrs, stanch, Rdfm. or etch smaller 2o2 Abcrcromble-st, chp Van HORSE, rhesp any £0 Light trial, 110 ITWTSiile Henderson lt_Shijiw-ay, etinclf reliable in TURNOU1, hone and miPDRVV L TO Flir st, nr Clev st rarn« £T 12s wcel «orl^ any £18" TURNOUT for S VLF trial, price

.i

INVTTED.

Work,

must

for Sale, Dnlrvmple.

Horse

«»"inee.

I'*. (.'nrroll-st, Kosarah. £1(1 Apply Delaney, built by Angus, Sulky, TiânQÎ':CLASS_lUihbert)'icd Carroll-st. hog. X1 win suit JK'lanev. l^liiinnv. exchange for MííkiTS, sell or 7^"Ol?ST=efiôrce~young KJ COWF. The dry Camp, Five Dock._! IS cow, model good butter .lerscv, qrts.. /~10W, The Dock. Kj quiet. InBpect, Camp, Five Call,

Toilers,"

403

Cart

-FTJLLSIZÉD

Rcadinga.

C0RD1AI.LY

ri'lUble ?SOI) (luther ?""'.'?,

G1

Readings.

16cwt Missenden

caro

Cart

illage

.\ i'l

"A-SKCÖIJDÖIAND J\. m Pitt-st

AUG., and

VVN, Vcwtown

DRAUGHT

good TWO Ti) lor

cheap.

FOR ana

V

12

Horse,

hay

aginl

Summer_llill._

ball bearing Sulky, Sale," Itubber-tyred, A gate. S?'mmer_HHI nrrr. nr«. Coaclihullder, axle, 1 set order; Sulky, In gd. light TTtOÏÏ" Sale, long'Siaft Itoz 1 llridle. 53 Abattolrsrd, Jj Vin Ham., Sad._and SADDLE for SALE. Apply RIIJING

Raliway,

SUNDAY EVENING, 7.15, Address. Madame LEVOltNA, Bolo, "Tile piccnlomini, Mr. TWITCHAM.

licensed,

st a

Sale, S V!

Carnage Co X_N light Sale DOGCVRT Liverpool Pidgeon,

|

63

Hooded

27th

SUNDAY,

just

upstanding

TT*OR

_

cheap.

"Square

4

RozeUe._ Apply after,

Pyrmont.

11arris-st,

Sole,

FOR Richard

ord.,

periect

Sunimer_IIIlL______

ac'tfve. ?fjVÔÎTSalc, X1 58 .SmUbst,

11 n.m. an.! 7.15 p.m. Testimony Meeting, 8 p.m. Hills. 229 llileyst, Surry Bank-chambers, George

ARTS, LACET

»

KD

Cab,

SYDNEY. near

nil!._

Summer

Buggy, hooded rubber-tyred M'Kcnrie-st, Ryan, noujainiille, carries »even. one Sociable,'

1

Liverpool-st 71EI.L

near

JOHN

neat

SALE, IlirVy

or

Ar

Haymarket._ OF"SEERS.

trtiUUOU, in*»i«a*

Beecroft.

HORSE,

Yorkshire Sale, pure Gt
meet Dispensary P.m. Mr. J. Rixon. Speaker, CHRIST. SCIENTIST, SYDNEY. al Hall, -T Services Protestant C'rcagh-st. city. ' a-m., 7.15 SUNDAYS. 'I p.m. 8 p.n T. mony Meeting, WEDNESDAYS, U a.n SUNDAY SCHOOL, Protestant Hall, Martin-place, city, ROOM. Chillis nousc. BEADING

To-morrow

prcaci

».»,

lot,

new

lot,

Sale,

FOI.

Bcaelle._

PIGS-For condition.

BROTHERIIOOb

Rev

lor

iAmps,

rfUIRiS

condition. tiptop Peat's Ferry-road,

Bay hard

good

FOR

11 xm., Savings

ENMORE-MEN'S Hall, Enmore-rd, T^ÍRST^CHURCH

trial,

reliable Dray, tell lot mutt

SULKV, £15

GE

(THE

OF Mudnme

a

district, W.

seaion.

O

_

on Personal j. A. HENRY, Q. at ternoon, 3. People's Hall, Coulburn-erreet. All welcome.

Sfcretary,

Solo P (Men

l8_

-Rev

a

Lonat_

m

Baritone

W MORLFY at 11 "lev" the Cloid Two Siles of Subject F UMTS at Rei C Lvcn ne \ is Hen enh o Rib cet Tie MS TI c st de, of s^R^ icr ANTHI Clono m is Name (Mo^rt) Jhi Mr before Saul (Bórdete) S nirlng and Chonis neir M) Solo Pra)er e

n

London

"

PRALsr sne

3

TONKS VTHAM

Morning

do old

cunning

Iterhabitr

SALE, stud

TTlOR^Salc, JO Carlton-crcscent,

SCIENCE SOCIETY, Hall, Campbell-street

WEDNESDAY, Sunday School, Rnsding Room:

)

r_ m.

aa

Der.

Kitty

SUNDAY,

w'illln^s.

Dr Schlencl

'

L's

Help J

0

7

P-m.

Ser-

^TJU^I^lGRlCA^l^ACT-S^_

11RISTIAÑ

«.,.

1

ElkaheUi-st, l.O.O.F. Temple. .Mr. LECTURE, 7.15 p.m.,

el

rgi

I'srrott,

Carrjing

In

OR Sale, Pony Stallion, P*~ Chief by Huon Chief. Moimt-street. North Sydney.

ea.

Gcorge-st Address,

It 15.

Spiritualism-Which?'' Mrs. etc. .HIUSTADELPIIIAN

B \ 11

HALL,

ticlcs.

sub-

F

for

rrô^87^'

OHONIA Sundav,

of

rlHPS.-Largest Buy direct Wholesale CO..

J.

ABLY ACCURATE. Classes for Psychic Secretary after See

Trum-

-Rev

B A the

Rayner 7

II I

X1

uousa Fres., The Christian Assembly. p.m.. ¡*rof. by The wUl be occupied AB110TT. platform who LONDON MEDIUM of 20 YEARS' EXPERIENCE, CONVINCING PROOFS that will Lecture, and give ONES do return. our LOVED "".",. EüktARh his TESTS have been most MANY of

Christ

Praise Service Matheson W

T7"OR

7

M.

LEIGH

T

Spring any

HT

Harness

upstanding Harness, MANSEL,

set A.

_W.

Devonshire-street).

AT 7.15 K.

and

this

OUR Il^vpE. ECCLEJIA,

3.15. M. LOUDSON. INVITED. LOÜDSON,

SALE,

X1

^.^-

Iii_

7 even

of

Anti

CHUKCH

\h

715

"Home

welcome._ 11 ^lver

VthvtrMA

C 7 15

MA 11

11,

Beckenham Us All

for

ITlOlt

HUL

Evening

Afternoon CI1AS. SEEKERS

Mr.

peaker:

CONGRFGATION

BURWOOD Dempsey

Sunday,

Services.

^^F

Botan)

lido

THE

Hall, Summer ZILLMANN'S will deliver DESrRABL«

WELCOME._SOLOS, SPlfllTUAL CIlUnCH, CEOROE'S PT. HALL,

tyred D'tnn.

st

Village Cart set Hani., any trial, Dailinrion 41 Clt) rd, cheap reliable Horse, set llaniess, Waggon, Clt) rd, Darlington £18 cheap. 41 lot set rclkblc Home Har V illara Cart, Darltn i.12 clip. 41 City rd,

trial.

mu

XI

Turnout, trot 3 min., sacrifice £33,

Clarion, and sulky barru, Red 41 Lion-strert,

cept, gd. double.

sta).

and 7.15 p.m._ 3-15 p.m. LECTURES (SPTRTTUAL) FAREWELL AND DEMONSTRATIONS. Etc

TOWNS*

£riX

ORLIGN

1

AVERY Harold-Lady

ArfräGlTHOÜSU;

C0B

nibber

ony,

I

lot,

Covcrod

riMMUKR X *.2Q

I

.'Spiritual

SUNDAY,

CARNEGIE'S CARNEGIE'S CARNEGIE'S CARNEGIE'S CARNEGIE'S CARNEGIE'S

rite

6t,

_

Mare, 470

Draught

A

S.-12 rfUPDRAV X Railway

"SO

from Soci

Haymarket.

hands

1.1

stj'liah

Addrefs HALL, Castlercaghsüwt.-An at 3 o c., Sunday Afternoon, D.V., lo Christians, "The Gates of Jerusalem. bv Mr. F. Hunter. Subj.: Mr. All welc. prca eh ed at 7.15 p.m. liy Heap. Gospel 233 CASTLEREAGH-STRECT, 27th. TOP HALL, StrNDAY,

"

LYNN

KING__."mr.

Solos:

"

OF

£o";

£la

X

Covered £14; strong' I Waggon, carry tons. £111; Light or without Waggons, with hood, fr. £S: Double-seated fr. £6; VilBuggy, £8; Sulkies, Curta, Butchers' Carts, Milk fr. lage Carts, Springcarta, Timber £5; fr. £9; 50 seta Square Vans, Drays, Ham., Saddles, 41 Clty-rd, Bridles, Horro, Ponies. Darlington. cNAMARA'S for every of Buggies, description DogSociables, cart«, Park Phaetona, Snlklei, Curryall», at Harrie«, and lowest Saddler)', possible priera, McNAMARA'S. 157 Castlerrngh-strcet

Thee."

Darlinghurst, Spiritual messages. BROWN-ST, Camperdown.-To-morrow, Christ Christian Spiritual Meeting. God's Son.. fid Mister Mind. Our Laws, Dr.

PURE

W O

Superb Finish and Solidity of construction arc iuiportant features In our GOHS AND KALLMANN PIANO, while the delicate reand touch sponsivc and fine of quality tone Uiruughout place It In tile first rank of U1GH-CLASS PIANOS. The demand for our GOHS AND KALLMANN PIANOS baa on kept increasing by and leaps bounds, and the

OCIABLE,

MASONIC

T

Women.

and

_-_

on

Lecture,

LECTURE, r-REE PUBLIC Snbj., THE FOI7NDATION SYDNEY CHRISTADELPHIAN Kluaihcth-slrect (nr. 413

"

PORTMANTEAU

PACK

J.

HALL, NEWTOWN. TRELOAR,

S.

X

Poy*s.

one conMARKS, all brand, splendid to all years aged, In fosl to imported nearly price £15 16s. stallion*, U. BEALE and Horse CO., Salomon, JSB Pitt-street, Sydney,

3

coaching

HINDUISM."_'

Read,

Judes.

Congregational

as

GEOROE'S Mr. W.

IB.

THOUGUT.-Carlton DVANCED Sunday, at 7.30 on p.m. vice, Mr. W. B. PRENDERGAST on.'IS A DEMOCRACY address

M ARTHUR TAYLOR, The Rev \L_
the

7.

Wcst-st

Ä Gifts." No. 8 AT 7.15 p-m..

strtebO

IL Induction

dition,

Jot

UN CTPA

Peter»_

L1Q (?«orgeat

Pltt-strect, PEDIGREED

heart.

to 10s 124 N.

_SYDNEY?

PALING'S.

explain System. Piano a

PALING

CARNECnrS CARNEGIE'S

farm work, good US' AGI \CY, 112 Pitt street

lor

an

«arc, upstanding Uiuterbury N

T IGHT XV nu) rnilRLl'

'Bus, cheap; Light and Tip Farm Drays; Hotand Milk new Spring, Cartu, 20 norsea, every description; SETTLERS' AGENCY,

second-hand; Sulkies, FARMERS and Mares.

\

CART, Msnnckville light

Hand

mtN

j

secondhand,

Timber, Grocers',

Hawker«',

H.

ON

Draught

eiEAP-a _Harness,

BEST

Drays, £0; Butchers" Grocers' Cart», Saddles.

CHEAP. B. HARRISON,

and

God."_

8

ST.

LODGE, SUNDAY-,

_"

715

and

new

PHILLIP-STREET.

Extol

lol

VEHICLES,

_

eliers',

up Tel.,

A

from

It

us

&

QARNEai&S

Har,

Cart,

0 )cars,

Í5~lu

,

cook,

TjtORD

LORMKS, £12; Spring,

PAKK.

Vocal

VERY

Mark

from

let bf

Sulky, drive L'haidt

cm

Harness,

suit SETTLI

V_trimmed, DR.VUUHT

Showroom

our

Carta, Riding Campbell-street.

C.

Temple, 7.80 p.m.

nvOR

A Low-step PnAETON, A Light m-ltrNOOART, And a SIDE-SADDLE.

_4K FORTY-FOUR HACKNEY

ROLNKL: "I will

to

Mares,"from

£14; Spring second-hand, and Order Harnea. £7;

Butter, from

B

CO..

io Waggons, Leather-trimmed Farm Drays,

Sociable. new and

VERY

CATHE-

lectures

JJ

SALE,

It

Secretary

and Hinders Oxford (cor. "MODERNISM AND p.m., Û. H. CHAPPEL. Mr.

DARLINGHURST

H-r.B.

M.VOQUEEN,

and

pitlTlSH-AhiT"

pluck

unto

and "Horses, Poiucs, of every description; Lorries, from £20;

SOCIETY.

THKÜSOPIIY.

Conclusions. Mr. V. 7.15, Ulm" (Messiah),

tungie

£B>; ulkies, Milk,

F01

niingworth; Service. Gospel

of

132

2

40

Etc

Prendergast the Idea

HALL,'

Vehicles

Bought, Connelly.

O

Lots.

_

O

pair r and Terrace s. Har nei \pply SA) L, yg Mare, (.d bulk), city Paxton, Coulburn-st, JllackçinlUi's_Sho|>, Hooded leath SALF, oulkyT nrst class "American D.ntist, R'dalc view time, hniart, an) Har, £7 £0, Male, Mare, Spmigcait, 4 st Trrmt. Silvern Carts, Village, Box Sulkies, good Ponies, trial S15A George st._

SVLU 1701

for the S.-HANTJ

or

Van

I

HANDSOME for Salt

CASTLKREAaU-STRKET.

J.

E."

HYDE

Mr. of

Tuesday

a

W.

Darlington_

Lampa, Har Redfern

Bay

Opened, Shipment High-cl. Phino-box Buggies, jTibbcr-tyred, Barga. Cook's. 237-9_Crgh.-6t

Springcsrta,

Rev.

CHUBCIL

CHURCH

Fortti

J.

7,

BIBLE

Service«,

Aug. 29, TUESDAY, NEW THEOLOGY,"

Services,

EXCHANGE In NEW LINDAU.

TWENTY

Carts,

Invited._

A. 7.15.

FOREIGN

KING'S

'Come

LOTO.' \OV OF HOLT WITH JOY AND W.TH

VEHICLE EVERYTHING SULKY to

rUST _-onie

a

O. Walters. DONALD FRASER, Ch.M. M.A-. M.B., Tlic Gods of the Bible-under whichT THE GOOD THE "DEVIL" DOES.

s-m.:

At

and

Watt;

G

a.

st,

Military Hackne), hcni|ni,lnn. S.

Torman FORRiver rd tt_ J^SIZL bq Guard PU1 Erskineville _05 Lreklnevillerd,

CAMPE&DOWH, Car

ata.

m

13 Î, Rvvd

TWO

CASH-DOW»

near

GosIndia.

T,

from

missionary

ToogOMl-st.-11, Elite Hall;

a

£14;

CTIURCI1.

SUNDAY,

Ml'wlon.

Abbotsford Anrtralla-atreet.

237

Temple, 7.30 p.m.

Worship:

OP

or

and

purchase matter.

les nnicr, £4 al« 8 spriog Sully, gd. Balmain rich. off rd, C £X HO Hülst _\il also s. ÎTTaC Sulkies for new BIL Mtd {Sole, 591 King st. Newtown.__ Cart, £1 Cook's Mr Horse, £9 Bandy,

Newtown.

Secretary CATHE-

_?

Thcosophical

«Si^f^ar'TEUY

tell

of

Watson,

of

from

SOCIETY.

THE PRODIÛAI/S RESPECTABLE BROTHER: The Path ot the Husks-Self-restoraForthgolng-Among tion-The Path Return-The Love of the Father ol

FFrCUSON_

8WEYN

TO

YOIT

OI I\CR

thu3

Meetings.

AT

Blesamrs.

C2

b

Solely by CARRIAOK

at

Price,

GO

Hire, 2 Square Glebe.

COWS

buy

Easy Payment

off

FARMLRS

BAhl.lt l'astr)

SYDNEY.

,

52S

Leichhardt Cet uo*.

or

Hill

near

GEOHGE-bTKEET,

.

TeL, Take door».

Chriit

TABERNACLE.-11, Everybody cordially

_"Evolution

"Dill

Spiritual

CIIORSL'

boat

H.

AND

7 p.m.: Next

CWPBELT*

both

of

Minister, TO-MORROW-Dr.

servicos.

JAMES. for Children

W\\Ea^l5°1ifi^CAULA\l Miss SFRV1CE SoloisU

A -tA.

BIBLE

Campbell-et-11.

Other

NEWTOWN a

THE «6-1S8

breadc-rt.

Rozelle._ or

are.

CaR

HORSE,

nv

SVLP,

LINTS

Tipdray Herald.

Lodge_

r

,

Horse, 41 Clt)

rd,

Cab

S U.IÏ, Sulky, rveleleh st.

MATERIAL.

RIBBON*

foi

Glebe._

JL1

FOREST LODGE, STOPPING PLACK. WARRANTED FROM

Manufactured C. ASHDOWN

for

S>C

hood,

Office.

will get bigger value and honest your money We trentment make friends with one of our customers, every and are not saU-flcd unices they

bquarc R firn.

st I)

room)

lidv quiet Augustus

Term

uara

Houston

Chandler's

e-oruer

'^

Dispensary ÍS1*, Special Address lo

FOREIGN

City Temple, Service. pel

TTNlTAELUr KJ

the of

Throuprh Heaven

BLUB

7 p.m., and 10

7

Meetings,

SEASONED 7S0.

Glebe

IIB

.'

II

rOlCES.

FBOll

TRAM WHEELS

w'out

2nd-haiid W. L,

A.

nORSE,

be

Ton for

,

to NEAR ROSS-STOEBT WOODWORK and

or

CITILDREN and

llarncsí Auburn

licensed Turner

set

'

oACHBUILDER.

PARRAMATTA-ROAD,

_

JJUY

DRM,

'?

AND

OLDING,

with or Herald

L, new

must

Wnggon,

Waverley._

nrSTEiJMENTS.

YOUR

Har

AHAIIGALN, H.

EAD HORSES and Carts sent anywhere.

MïïSICAI

al«o set o( Harness. nenr Grace llios. ni, City Saddle-« Harness, Ridine, Ships Val, Buggy, Pitt st Bath licater PDennis 312A Compass, PONY, and IHnicss, 4)r M bulk), nLp t-alf, Pall, P Sllllivaii, st ITtOR 3 2 Marc». Hcmpdcn Dianglit snart sulkv "bar SVLh11 h pony, btylish st 1~7(OR artinn Apply 40 Derwent

a.m.1

Q.

3>

11

State

Under Piela, Stanmore.

st

Arundel

14h,

starch

SMI,

I7IOK

TTOR

for

X

once,

at

breeding.

cvtra.

Gore

and

Stafford

HORbli. 17

20

POM, Tram

cheap

Jaiin-s,

TYKES.

Petersham,

CATALOQUE8

good Wnv'lcy.

cictinanlL_

rd,_l

sewn

separate. thiel

e.i

MARES, mouths. FOB

_

I

DESCRIP.

S.

SEND

have

AX

hd)

an)

_

TET.

6J1

S w

cheap

CaBtlereanh.sU_

Sulky.

Purchase

Sell,

,

'

AND

Ham.,

must

for

\V.

1

on

nls, Pon), O bridge »1,

Milton,

P'ro3ttn

og 40s

up3UueUng Sale, and liar,

Vail

SQUÄRL £1" l°t

of

HORTON,

MANUFACTURER 8ÍI-34S ParramatU-road,

to

Draught Is

.

IN

COIX.ECTION

ARTHUR IULKT

g

Neal

_

(a) Adults,

at JOHN

Address

"HOW

But

National Library of Australia

.,.,_»._

THE FILLED

Ordination

as

the

BEAUTIFUL

I

MISSION. U.F.S. Hill, LONG. InAborigines Jireh." 7.15: "Romans

Church_11

Baptismal

AND

English

thinks

to

and

have HIGH-CLASS

SHOW'S YEARS RECORD).

Welc.

11

TAYLOR, The Rev. ARTHUR M.A. (Senior In ST. In London), will ANDREW'S preach DRAL on SUNDAY inst MORNING, the 27th PITBLIC WELCOME l.O.O.F. MEETING, on 2Sth at Elisabeth-street, MONDAY, Inst,

Wynyard-««, DD

a,

KORNTÎiG

Cared

set

Spirit and

preach

Ocean

W

Rev

for

high

sure

ILA

S »S

Woollahra._

Slue,

"a

W"ANTED to Baker. P.O., _etc. Rent, EXCHANGE, Bay and Wentworth

very and £3a

and

Mil vcrv fast, rpiIICKSKT POM, further ti«£12 lot 01 bhcplycrd X no vrr) fast.. J sp 13 2 POM, QTVUSIl l8 Raglan har cheap Sulky, lamps riWVO reliable Seav) HORShb, ton Clt) trial,rd X TI peart and Ila -n 41 cheap

ALWATB.

11,

morn

PARISH

(corner

ALL

spinsters

a

MEDAL

and

Sulky, A.

.

WANTED juill

new, Har

Hanii-sa

and

10

BVY _liar Brown BVRK

SULKIES.

CHEAPEST

Hmjind los

rubber-tyred pony.

13.2

COTTAGE,

st.

Sulkv Park

O

for

M

MEDAL

AWARDED GOLD SUCCESSION

11

"Living Cod.'

oT

p.m. Paftor^ Oddfellows'

Church,

EERSKINEVILLE, 8. Adult nasa.

J

Mr

near

the

,

Rev

7

GHOST Preacher

Monthly

i

the

of

lOLIAHKA

kitoo

grandfather's shelf bottle she

will

llcv



J3od

\nirus Kb trom Man

MACK»,

welcomed

GARLICK.

hied, and

AND

nearly Van

bulk),

Sulk), llanover

spring

Ellis,

st,

Macquarie Haniea

Bvî _mlild'iman

street»),

11

?OOK-S

ENMORE Franklyn.

l-prrTSTRLET Sjdncy, cat,

GOLD

BEST

Nejchatcl Hall, Rev. Rohlnsoii.

CtfÙRCII.

7

a.m.,

Evening

AT

_i

T

MoÍei»?tov.ce sírrlce FiSril

under

the

Park

neat

O

Newtown.

fa set Colls

fr

and

Cranfield,

slvllâTT'Ead'dle £0 'rial,

a

quiet

st

decided

llave

Pom,

Harwood

new

VAN,

Macarthur-piradc Mond..Frl., Mission,

WELCOME._

dmrchct

ere.-11

Clrtcr

PRBSBTTERI\N STEPHENS prnLLiPsiRErT

S'

a

think.

to

and

st)llsh

Ivall

,_

(b) 7 OFORGE Rev Preqdent City

at

G

13,

Heavens

'or

Hands"

Chain

-Bcr *Cca*e

DILL

11-Subjects

the

not

IB In

to,

Market

PADDINGTON

.TiRITISH

'Green Spec Mua.

at

HILL

M

"The

çrr at

A

Morning

fchocn

that

may I know, given by one rough-and-ready of Inequality size,

order

SiJc,

FOR _.vng

SON,

Wright

SYDNEY BAPTISTCOSPEL cr. BAY-ROAD. Mr. L. "Jehovah Mltslon. 11;

See Mr

Teaching

P-m-,

I'caiena." DIB Macfcr Dr are AU cordially

technicality every a welght-for-age

a

ver) brand

him, trial ?fVELfv-nLF PÔSV, Xii suit lady,_£14

aVSTLEIUUan-STREET

JJORTQN'S

11; next

Way.

M.A. (Senior The Rev. ARTHTJIÍ TAYLOR, in ANDREW'S in London), will ST. prrach DRAL on SUNDAY MORNING, the 27th last PUBLIC WELCOjrR l.O.O.F. MEETING, on at Elizabeth-street, MONDAY, 2Sth Inst, See Meetings.

11

-Services,

Ryonev

7 15 -

W

Rev "The

11 a.m., Church

techni-

ho

Sale,

.

the

_.

30_

(killie. CHURCH

CHURCH,

endeavouring little chnp win? Might

Thimble

AND

Glebe_

drive

etc,

Ernest Church, "The 11, Gospel Suffered De

Steed, Disciples

Smith, "Ilie

p.m.,

TD1Î1TEI1 X3

LA\MLN

Vlrjs_of SYDNE1 -Rev

Haberfield

Redfern 7 Mr

at

evening

7

FVEMNG

Association, as against

smaller

child

Sydney.

w*

WOOD Financial Secretary

NORTH

Dobrovde »'??it)

S.

SOOTS lastor.

would.

n

will

we

TONY,

Gawthrop,

Church.-Morn,,

Baptist

Wynn;

Baptist STANMORE Parramatta road,

Fig

\ND

-Rev t, 11 pm__The

?

Cliurüi Prcccher

7

eis

11

laid down? io Idea bimble suggest that and baby Thimble, that

Prrab

s

11

tilte

Paddincton Wile

CHURCH 11 and

ST Ing D U1D S 'lois ST

J

allowance

in

Ber

tndre»

good

Bay

sailed

and

write,

X.

Barker.

Misting Baptist

Baptist Church, 11 a.m.,-7.18

Thoa.

Serpent

TALMOI H Won s Futirre

5

-TtB\ 7 1»

JOHN'S The

n-m

from

given by Squadron

won

for

won

I

lady, top,

7.

D. the

J.

for

^^^______

The

Pastor

>w.tii..t.

MLITINO

ÍFTTR S Kinghorn

apparinallboat

to

to

you

UGGV

Sccretarr CATHE-

Carruthers, Sun, l.amb, &

Church, und 7.

11

ARRÍCKVILLE

B-in.

tLnd)

''c

WILLIAM

yacht

it

thty were Racine;

run

Thimble time

nnrentlv.

A

Shiner Wav-Rev

MIN1STFRS

fnst

and sHrnallsos, Mr. Cup symbolises his thorough-going sportsmanship, Marks's the British and crew's skill as Corinthians, crew were well and of both skipper pluck tho won The of Cup, possession displayed. of is something ns It was qualities, by these be and are well may which yachtsmen Sydney Mr. all Thimble, ap least, except proud-at

A

Bar

Macfarlane,

1

tho

both

wo

1Í5-1S7 (between

Ml N

1 A'i

techni-

a

Invite

King

14 hands, years, Bint bhaft Sulky any trial,

Drown

taiit

to Purchase, Hnrnifi, also

good Hills.

traveller,

or

> >

Horse, £23 lot lot

4

Pon), Hooded

doctor

street, Master I arriera 'hoes Light prices Lcatlicn, set Hors,

0s

fr

SULKIES.

free.

ANGUS

l.O.O.F. Temple, at "7.30 p.m.

Mr.

Sydney,

"Wien FREE. SEAT

Baptist STANMORE Rev. C. Tinsley.

I

that

co

N.

Hill

STRICT

Dun

.'

r

Instead.

else

are

wins

seems

a

F

.vr»

HIVISITRS of 1RESBYTERIAN »ntl in to all tht Congregations belonging S «111 he cid in =t SlEPItrN Area Metropolitan on MONT)« the 2SUl PHILLIP STT1 ET CIIIRCU W ill Ministers at S p nu Fldcr«, AUGUST bci,innlng tills evenimr free. Officebearer», and Layrncn keep other tour In COITA lie of his recent An ADDRLSS deffrip will be delivered IJAPAN and CHINA by WILLIAM General of U e B A Secretary OH I ANDERS EKI YMCA Chureh-s Î7th and Cards in To-morrow Intiirurioo

of

won

consider

been

ask

to the

raeo

Yacht

sporting

a

Mr. that

A jolly Willi

J.

land

australia. Free St East 11 7 sL Rei M Dan-dd W \ Preacl er Rei 7 Morn. 11

of

Csatlereash -Stanmore

h

MASS

*.

own

wishes

is

We respectfully mail these port

B.A.;

'

.PRESBYTERIAN snd the

donor's

smaller

AND

BUGGIES,

bay

fast,

-The

?XTOTH-h X> lowing IJVOR ness,

i

PRESBYTERIAN SI >cle) M

i

Aug.

Harry

Inst.

James

Stop.-Rev.

EVERY

N.

11,

Roi

a-m. ».luj

I

bo

her the

CARS,

welcome._^__^_^

NI_

R. Life

Hills.-Morning

MFMORIAL Donison st, cntecost 7 TI« Brazen 11

one

must

Wales

prizes

EO

yearling

Thimble

,

Rev

h "li 7 11 1» Osborn. J

I_Fcrnison t

given by the yachts

starting

Mr. himself bo

race

which

Church «crut

Iclivtck_

n

11

PRESBÎIEIU^N Oi eorti

this any havo

for compensate to be determined the final result Ipnvlng the as bv respectivo nearly possible and crews skill of the skippers nnd skill of the and the designers. yachts, so far last year, The win of Culwulla deal more uni a great goes, knowledge than of yachtsmen In the eyes Sydnev

Is

All

7,

;

ABERFIELD Barton-avenue,

"7 -11, rof ILLh.u -AUB Iiers.iry M M^A Bl) Rev 1 Burges» \ Piblic Mietnu Wed \ic IO 0.45 and b. 1«. Tickets, R. Ii-_ WnuRh other

Morning

terms."

anyone

way,

Army,

foat."

JAJIIESOS

M~

(.burch.-11 ^auriu.-Ji

MARRICK\ MJdnt)rc

Thurs-

In

on

Illustra,

pictorial makes of

and

suit new, 81 Mitchell

Harness, Grocer,

No.

VfJAKTCD,

Sulkies, Buggies, from 20s set, Rid

,

Van, Sulky, NELSON

s

Te J pJT

II

of buyP.O.

Horse-LORRY',

Tilted Express 13 Alhlon-st.

lst-cl.oss

WANTED, rrnsolmhlp.

\ LlilCLLS. Timber

Turnout

hands I'oiiy Cart, Dealer Mare. Ita)

14

V illagc, Turnout, £12, Sulky Pony, £8. Cleveland street

do-, Od 01

12s

Kingston._

Society

-EvLning

Ret_U

ieli«ii lrrsb)tcnan v. in^U)

MACNEIL Morgan

by

compensate lo Thlmblo

Ideas, the

matters

another

to

K.

BOWE.S

Pruichcr,

7 11

cuing

moro

to

therein

renders

Lest him

the

7.

SLLL.-11 \ lilac«

also reliable ne«, U-igstun road, st)tub Sell,

STOCK.

CATALOGUES.

with descriptions, of pur leading

you prices

Lollars

Pipe

up

wutul, Sum.

Uenson-st,

Qnecn^t,

Marcs Pony P.O.. Pony,

slrj.

Lorries, Vaus, Grocers,

dip

4,

Saddles,

Shoes

inst,

A.

city.-Sir. Pastor,

free.

NEST,

nnppimss"

or

?U

Presbyterian and 11 Hal]

MLMORIil

^ULLLRTOX

young

surprise "Let's was

the

Sydney

as

should

a

H.

TREE. Funda of

1

-

furnish and

tiona,

7 p.m., Rev. Geo. Missionary Society.

Boptist

CHURCH.-Rev. of Service:

CHOWS street Tram

M.A.

PARTICULAR Scrvicf«,

contest?

"

now on a In north of engaged tour the that take weeks to Queensland will him four complete. to a serious breakdown in Owing health, Rev. Harold Wheen bas been the compelled to from his on the State resign position South of the New Wales Alliance. Council of the British The and secretary Foreign Association In London has advised Unitarian Walters of a visit tho Rev. George projected of the Rev. W. M A to Australasia Wooding, n time with his son who to Intends Btay for and will take the in New opporZealand, the Unitarian churches of upon tunity calling WelMelbourne, Hobart, Timaru, in Adelaide, etc., etc Mrs Auckland, Sydney, lington, the Is the of Mr. Asquith, Wooding only sister and workor Prime Minister, British an.active of the London en committee Unitarian tho of Churches. Association The Rev. Clark, retiring president, Henry the Invitation of the accepted general has Now South Wales Christian of the committee Union to attond the eleventh biEndeavour Australasian to be held in Convention, ennial in October. He will the Adelaide açéompany V. of Rev. Cock, president-elect tho State S. and will toko an active probably part union, the various convention in catherines. The Rev. F. B. of Ballarat, Victoria, Harry, to talca part in tho, ioithconw wba Is) coadnK

will

SOCIETY.

27th

Petersham.-Rev.

Church, Seats

7.

BATHURST-ST The Divinity

Sydney

of

I.,

Squadron.

race

would

have

between

time

the

V.r.

BAPTIST and

of

Is,

What

Would

to arrange should have

cordial and

time

your horse

CIL, Burton-st, H. Hickson.

BAP.

TAYLOR, Mr

UVE

and

few

a

WANTED, prlif.

b)dnc)_

sound

UOltiyUs

scat Phaeton, HOODED £5 Ji Kid, Harness every

AOR

BIBLE

and

American

m.

SO p

Archbishop

and

Tabernacle,-11

ASHFIELD 'ili'inft-m.

the

That

letter

South

the Yacht allowance

boats,

race

the

because

absurd.

not

M.A

s)

W11

Tip

Itifc

&

of

Waggons,

Uutclicrs', Baker,', bulkics, Carts, Ofceogrocvr's Turnout, Childs Tiucurt £20, luruout, mar 5Qt> Lllxabcth street,

Draya,

North

road, 4 yiar,

G

Kog.

Turnout, option Roland, .Croydon

»r-light

M

Ityall's

KLM,

and Sulk), Uara,, separate, any tiiul, Devonshire st, hurry

OUT SALIS and Lxprca

(WILLARING ^-' JLiooded

fNTITED.

LATEST

ol

Mis.

Foreman,

M.A. (Senior ANDREW'S

MEETING, MONDAY, ¡¡Sth

on

62

speaks

Lane

bllLL.-Upsumtbnj,, new Hooded or countr), og Marlborough st,

Tighe,

M

milt

for

wheels, Penshurst-rd, 12-13 has.,

WANTED Price, Veritas, P.O., _mouth. particulars, to Purchase, sotind WANTEDnakery, Pondi good,Junction._HORSE,

.

W Cove

K.

Purchase,

very tuiUtieJ Kedi

I

almost traveller

HUST quiet

Baptiit

"

inoninp

Preacher

that

New

his

past of

3,

WELCOME

COCKS

ti

(roomy).

Valuólos, prices, ÏU Horses, »'Hage, Sulkies,, Lorries, 10 ann Dia)s, Drays, Siring IT i.L lowen Geo st Hotel, suit ami uliHlile, K3 baker's hlt.li ¿Ji, year« old, pritx good ia uddlc.

bal

M

£18,

E.

h

tab,

O

Paru.

gd.

Turnout, Cooee,

lad)'.

"ANTED to Hire, light Single Harris«!. one_weck._703 to Buy, Grocer's Cnrt,"llorRC, YJVTTD. V'

iiU

Hra)S, H-tll

238 to

on

W.

or

MUST £18,

Clitton. Bromilow.

Rev.

G.

the

MEN

HORSES, VEHICLES,

Stephen._

ST.

¡

_

To)

TAYLOR, In preach .MORNING,

Mr.

1.15, WEDNESDAY, "Gaining by Experience."

must

Onlu,

i,<'n

Mud

cart

b U,

Apply

Study, "Epistle U CHARLTON.

«peaka Bible."

II b.

».

j"-*. Ollbl,

li'

S0CIFT\

TAYLOR, London)

2S

P.

.

H.

FOREIGN

will SUNDAY

PUBLIC

Ding,

for

challenger

whether

simply

a

bo

and

of

the

years rules

aged

Rev.

ARTHUR

on

{MEETIÎ
the

otc,

terms

even

and

to and

a

Rev.

in London), DRAL

j

ARTHUR

Town

OANTLRBUR-Y Worth Liilng?

HERALD.

Cup

steamer,

majority

is

after possible delay of strong personalone who learning, the

ferry mark, doubt

larger

The

Rev. J.

a.m.,

AND

.pitrnSH

i

Mark

ADMISSIOV in aid of

Pastures.

am,

tho

of slzo. Mr. who would

the

with

coun-

should

successor

preserve the

betwoeu native

in

s_p M_

in

PEPPrn

-St

j

that allowance

I sport. According

cality, tho

his

of

Atfi

??cptt

Christ Church, has boen rccolved Church by Bishop

the

venue

man a

many

the

'ntment

app'

T-VTiLLIAM-ST.-11 > T 7.15 p.m.,

Llî~TuZiBBTII-STnEET

Grace

BURWOOD West

of

the

on

time

same

vast

Mc

HULBERT Wonderful

REMOVED

city

on

Thimble that argues be and the Ignorod, acceded yachtsmen

to

P.A.Y.C.

to

\ns»er love

vc

En-

secretary Is build-

held

was

(practically)

Mr.

a

1)

OSMAN.-Mr.

Missionary arranged by tho

unfair

that

the

a

ently against

s If

a.m

HU



and

M'LAREN, Sydney Yacht

matched viz.,

difference

Its

11

G

1

COME

AUGUST

Rev

D.

which

were

bo

receives

m.

S

O.

'

ALL

Holmes._

11.

"*«'O'

TO-MORROWTsuit

Next on

SOUTH

C irti« wanted

Presbyterian.

AFRAID?

how

Victorian Mr. Thlmblo says a Cup on technicality. Is cality? It this:

a letter his expressing and to be family, opened the Chief Rabbi deuth, have following pronouncement.-"I to act In with my duty, conformity am convinced to I strongly that,

In strong be oqually

Commissioner

concerned

The

are

the

It

Mr. Dr.

7,

W.

"Our

SYDNEY METHODIST MISSION.-WESLEY. School '(Sunday Anniversary): Rev. J. W. Col. 11, her; Rev. II. a Rev, G. 3, Foreman, B.A.; 7, H. Hewitt. Special slnirlng by the children. Mt. Lachlan: 11, Rev. J. S. Tilomas; Mr. Palmer. Cleve7, land-street: 11, Rev. T. Davies, Ernnugelist Walker; 7, Alexandria (S.8. Anniversary); 11, Mr. Ward; 3 and 7, Mr. Jon'*«.

bTRH-T C1T1 -Holy Lue! and Sermon arist Sinnon li Rei s Cite (H C ) Children 7 1 Vr act cr Roi 125 Short Service for

ARTHUR

W11

aro

Christianised

OF THE Thimble's" is enough to burden of it

Issue

the

appointDr.

7 ;

jr

are

Bible

s.

uud

ji J, iouy, gwxl mover muten to likhiy 134 AocrcramWst, p

Pony suit

Centennial

Gig, Battye,

Rent, TIpdray be pound.

WANTED ing;

vTr7^uVi7^ull^amriii7;

)is.,

Waggons,

Prescott

Tramway .7.15._

11,

Service,

Bromilow; Green,

S p.m..

_Rev.

Mr.

7.S0,

RcvTjT~TiZrñT>TÍ5;

CIIURCH.-ll,

T.

I'rlre;

Men's

months.

EDITOR "Richard

matter

donor

wishes

C

BIBLE

Secretary

THMl

ANDWICK

WE

upon

to

STANMORE 7" Rev.

.!

_Secretary

Évcninp

exception, to sailed bottom).

his

wollare

nnd 11 ccnno

rORIÎIGN

RFV

O F

Mas

years

tuem.ielves

nine

ii

Rjdtoid

ÎTc

a.m

CUAS.

'

no

were

In

to

demise

and West, understanding the West,

tho

Immediate

OF

Offering

gent

THE

race,

its

arrangethe sum-

connection late Dr.

tho

much

the

after

tho

ensure try,

of

of late

the this

that

note

evidently

successor. wishes

immediately made

15

Moslem

offer

Colonial annually Missions,

Royal

conditions

reverend

after

question to

the

present until

In

to

question a

of last

the

successor

himself

vital

to

the

force

considered.

Interesting was

who

I

Sir,-Mr. morning's yachtsman.

congrebeen In-

have

questions

In

when a

various

country

and

remain

recesh, of

will

any

named,

will

ment

the

refer

gentlemen mer

The

throughout

Dr. Mr.

METHODIST

ITtULWlCII

.

the

last

Spec.

Rev.

7,

11; Tarn,

p.m. Speaker, Women and Girls

bulky, New

,rom"i-S' Timber

.

Mim MEAGER. Invited.

4.1.1

td.

TfUFTY

CAfTLEREAGH-STREET.

NEXT,

4

and

Galileo

a

out

season.

TO

the

throo

7.15.

Band,

STRATHFIELD.-II, COXCORD.-ll.

Branch;

J.

Price, J. Evan.

KENSINGTON.-Rev.

sion

Han) Bls-ion

P.

ti.

Elirahflh-strect, Sec Meetings._

Ilia

by

200,000

Tho

ago, this

In

Solos

Evangelist,

hold

Newcastle),

I

Secretary 25. Aug.

Church the William-street Methodist with success. encouraging The death of'the Chief Rabbi Hermann (Dr. on l8 tho Jewish world Adler) July plunged of Into Mr. A. H. England mourning. Jessel, senior of the United K.C., vice-president has announced that arSynagogue, temporary have been made for on rangements carrying tho duties of the Chief Rabbi, Dayan Hyam and the Beth Din son, Dayan Feldman, being entrusted with the duties jointly pertaining tho

sent

is

S.

story.

observed

mi

AKD

removals.

Young

of

Board

1S07-S'

Hall.

was

I

Rev.

TJANDWICK.-Mr. -tli

45

MNC choral

It

I

Speaker

!

Do-

In

'.'.

PADDINGTON versary.-II.

in

People._

Chairman

EDITOR OF THE HERALD. you allow mo to refute the statement of Mr. Thimble, Issue In your of to-day, that "Tho Cup has never given any satisfaction to true yachtsmen in this State." The gentleman is to me lu unknown connection or with yachting but I otherwise, should like to him inform that the reading pf the deed of and the gift opinion of my committee (confirmed by tho Yacht Racing Association), have, to the best of ray knowledge, the support of all the members of tho R.S.Y.S., and havo the nlso endorsement of the Prince Alfred Yucht club Club, which clearly the expressed same views to the Royal Yacht Club of Victoria' in connection with Its for challenge

the

during

will

ho Lyceum

the

Sunday"

gations

of

Rei 7 15 p

m.

p Ourtu,,

*-ociu_ruisnv\j

(opposite

THE Sir,-Would

at

bo

China

South

sónicos

of

F. OAKES 'of OooKious Power. Unanswerable

a

deliver

-17-M.C.A X 8.16. DEPUTATION from British and Foreign Bible TAYLOR. M.A. Society, by Rev. ARTHUR 'TIow to Jesus Clirist's Offer to S.45, Appropriate Man." the Tempted Bible by, Mr. W. B.A. Study GTLLANDERS,

MOSMAN.-11,

will Con

1 i
Dr

Rei

I

Sara

MONDAY,

TO

mis-

tho

American

series

i

CHURCH

bo

In

20

16

a

S)dnei Host Hal 3 Li ensong and M.V IR1D\Ï ^eatcs

LO

had not

Jerusalem.

within

ARE

was

great

Sussex-strijet.

7

RICITM'0

tScnior

Juno in the Hall at afternoon. 15, Great London. Tho guests weie House, Archbishops of by the Canterbury and York, both of whom gavo brief addroEses of welcome, short speeches being in made Primate of New response by the and Zealand the of the West Indies. Archbishop Nearly ISO colonial Church missionaries and wonkera were to the two presented Archbishops. Thoy represented the continents of Africa, America, Asia, and Australasia.

Me-1

the

wonderful

a

Henry, a

the

through

I

PUBLIC

day

over,

and

and

Zealand, presented

"Parents' bath

Australia

scattered

Dr. J. Q. A. has conducted Hall, People's week. services

In

to

reception workers,

Church

Rev

11

the

RITISn

B

-Dedication

-

CROF1 7 15 p ra , Rev Tile Mystcn ' of Pain-God \\ Irl Anti era

Mutins,

Bu1?

Chinese. The

Union, Park

the

Commonwealth

et,

Wilton

(Sundav S Hol) Eucharist 4 Re Right

secre-

como

W.

TUKSDAY Philemon."

:

Bo)

,

S)dney a.m

OHCI.N

as-

has

persons

mon

young

Rev. R. M. Edwards, rector Long Island, New York, Into the Roman Catholic M'Donnell, of Brooklyn.

Forty-ono years ago they honour of great sending him out to the ranks of tho Join path-. the continent of Australia. great been years of the greatest poaslblo Interest and happiness. With glad and gratefui he and hiB friends on heurts, that platform' wero able to that Methodism was a say was! and atrong, militant, aggressive force, the southern as u regiving in world good or or of Itself as in port Ireland, France, even Tho united of in England. Methodism minion

that

tho

England In finders had Thoy

tho

20,000

recently-revived

service

moons

of

.

tho

others

Christian

them.

him

did

say, and

years

300

sutject t of

o

chlsm \ \

---t

conferenco

!-.

i.

1'iiest._

II

1AM1S

j

In the Taylor, addressing at he Conference Cardiff, said would that almost thoy imagine

v

Tea 0 15 1 ublic Mtg Admiral Sir O F king Hammond lohnstone

Paddington.-8

W

VISIT

years

volunteers aro for pledged In Bcvcn ministry provinces made appeal by Pastor of the volunteer socretary 380 has 352 addresses, led women young students, and

In 344

The Bridge Assistant MATIUItS

P a.m Greville

pro-

Tho

mon, than

late

G.

All

at

ANNIVERSARY."

,mpaKslon Mrs. Soloist, ?.. SoloArguaient Misses N. Rousell. «rand Musical Service at 3 p.m. Selections Choir. by Cornet Solo. 1r. G. Stanswick. Misses E. Soloist», Stoneham, D. William«, Mr. and Mrs. H, Hamer. Mr. J. Dudgeon. "The Address, Mountain and lu Maker." Tues., 29th, Tea., 6.30. Seh. IL Pub. t? Mee", T E1C1IHAKDT METHODIST MISSlOÑ^Ccnúal Hall: a JI'rcscott, XL A.; Rev. J. Wool,U' JS.CV7, "The nough, loung Man Proposition.". Augustua-st: 11, 7. Rev. A. Stephen. Brotherhood, Rev. Howard 8.45, Rev. J. E. Dr. Bellors; Carruthers; 7, Neutral Rev. Carruthers. Mellor«; 7, BajyJj^Dr. Methodist Christian Endeavour Ann!.

errar) S l!c> TOLs

N

È.

speak

IOS Service, Young

Sunday

lu"1 God's and R.

ists,

Eiensong,

Redfern

Rector

-11

ST Communion

I

W.

thodist

of

S VEST

(Monk) _pMusi!

tho Church received

Dapto.

Rev.

Rev

Rev.

Preacher,

¡-X-»

m.

tcstlial) 11 Choral Sermon b)

North 11

Hector

m

Rei

INO Job

i

1000

ment,

Harry Sydnc>

in

Jamieson, organising the Presbyterian Fellowship meetings this week at Albion

addressed and

his a

B A sicond

SI

country.

several

organisation

travelling

John

and for

a

D D CROW

Jews.

Over

by

oroeted the of

to

meet," droppod

the

tho

up tho

China.

unveilod

was

ST110\i\b

to

on

100 In

Christian

Sunday

Paterson

which

window,

tho

IM

m._

mission

Donnlthorne-two

ing

brief

a

for

Association Christian National glish Council

Kay,

spending

outside

Nearly

assist-

appointed Rev. Robort

(Rt.

Clouston

last,

memorial

a

boen

in

enrolled

Cobbitty.

Chalmers

morning

has

years out of

agc

se-

Sacred

H.

substantial the

10,000 could out through had boen 540,000 poople were membership. There their over Sunday-schools membership.

having

l8

children

Dr. Roman Grimes, Catholic Blßhop ot Christchurch (N Z.), accompanied by his private Dr. secretary, Kennedy (assistant priest to the Christchurch and a dlocobc, formerly student of arrived In Manli College), Sydney on Tuesday by the steamer Levuka. students of tho Soven St, Theological Hall, 'Andrew's Colleso, havo comploted their stuand after the dies, passing exit examination In will ho for Septomber eligible tho work of tho ministry. Tho new Presbyterian at Church Tocumwal, when completed, will cost about £1200, of £S70 is in which hand Mr.

several from

went to

gone of

Moran

and come

he

traced,

Santo

di

is have

year,

College-Cardinal Bishop Stefano, Decemappointed ber Cardinal 22, 1873, aud Joseph Sobastlan in 18S4. Noto, O.F.M., appointed Cardinal was Capecclntro's appointment contemporawith that of the lato neous Cardinal Moran. Oreglia

Matins and

annual

is to bo work, Seddon Missionary baa boen there labouring for 30 Mrs. Mllno hnB years. lind a good deal of in experience tho City Mission work. Sir Robert who entertained Perks, a largo number of the ministers and attendlaymun ing the Wesleyan Conference at Cardiff, said, in tho course of a that ha laid no speech, claim an to being But the extremist. during

to

will

Sydnoy made being

Mrs. who Milne, In honorary as assistant employed at who Chippendale,

in

steward

at

sisted

appointed agent

welcome

tho

KIng-Hnll lins tho Sydney MisCity to be hold on Tucsdny Town A wldo Hall. to the appeal for tho

festival,

tho

"consed

houso

of

George

presido

fund,

mises

studies."

has Creagh England missionary arrivals, and at 7 Princes-street, on 1st proximo.

of oversea

in

jubilee

Legislative "whereby shall sohools In the join nt tho Prayer

Public

Brazier

Church tor

tis

the

in

commencement

daily

obtained

being asking

assembled

pupils

reverent

*

petition provision

a

officiating the

cause

now

gSVMOURS Dedication

octavo of munlon 10 SO 711 1 icibong Stone-VI Igg

membors

Thursday

on

»

lowest

-

tho

aro

Sir

and

responso

One took Home Union Ladies' Mission at the resldonco of Mr. W. H. Day, Pt placo other at Mrs. and the Conras, Woolwich, Glebo. Tho Mrs. Crnuswick's, Rectory, addressed both gatherings. Wright Yesterday was tho 118th of the anniversary of St. opening Philip's Church, Sydney.

Signatures Bathurst Assembly

toa

woek,

and

of

Ashfield

Ij

7

X

_

sion

connec-

In

attendance

of

Hall

opon-nlr

nn

«.tor,

1

t

DARLINGI1U1.ST 716 p.m.

and

JOHN S Milson s 1 u-11 DA 7 15 Rector Tucí 7 45. His Spkra. Hxecl "cv. Canon Bellingham,

Mtg,

Ardill, Sun-

recent

a

occasion

Vlce-Admlral to promised

meet-

week Fund

Y.W.C.A.

Mr.

on

worlc

rural

Richmond.

wero with

tion

sec-

present

at the

C»T K3

i

-

Two

ings

Is

_The of

ovening, tho Mrs. W. E. general meeting. Shaw presided. The showed that a deal of report great, lind been tho ground covered, spiritual, and social side of mental, physical, the work Tho well recreation being developed. ground, with Its basket-ball and facourt, splropolo, cilities confor games, had been a open-air stant Two now members had enjoyment. been added the to missionary n list, making total of 23 members In the foreign and field, £37 had been for raised foreign missionary

(Dr.

organising

A. Hargrave, Society, Church tour lecturing

tho

on

Kinma.

the

car

J01LVS CHURCH Communion S mm. liol) Rev R. T Wade 11 a

ST

pre-

ministers

conducted

lj

7

Itcjnolds

Taylor,

WOMEN'S

\rOÜ.VG

the

win

a.5

8vilnej Rcaiirn.

«41

IVrown Harness

Light llreaking.in delticrcrt. Price,

to

VilL

Ciloing, lot Also and bulky

quiet, rub,

HALL, PITT-STREET, 7.S0 NErr, P.M._ CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION,

._TUESDAY

nail, Music,

Baptism and

service._

"UOUmCE.ST«KET.-«4th

Slims._ Ioint-^T"ne"

Clcbe D

"The "Jesus will M.A., 11,

7,

n.D., Lesson,

bat m

sewn, 11S K1

Poní, Harness, £lt, Cart, Har, l'on), ?J ill), Umdk) lirt, PuU), Harnes, £7, Nan, £J, Dealer B Lol, A... Sporting Uarau*, ilj, oulU, loni, lur Uurjes lim., to Palmeral, 1) liuut Iiaini3&,_j.l,

^

mils_ C12

fort

Hills._ D.

Creig, offer j

Rev.

of

the

Sydney

bo

nt

Bishopthorpe llci 1

Conference Meeting, Rev, a Varcoe Cock.

and nicol, Bllh.lv Kit,

naud

ness, new, value lu Srdiuv. EüíAbrtH streit,

Particulars,

WANTED, order, gd. _In

scat

&-scaU>d BUGGY, Bona Jj]idc,.J_oogce_J\0. running Waggon, carry .1.. Box 102, G.P.O.

roomy

thíckBcl

Zetland.

liai

-_l'lionc, iQUUtl,

UNIONS.

SCHOOL

M.A., School

Model Sunday LTXTURK

Y.M.O.A.

7.30.

'

The

retary engaged deanery

of

is

will not

of and

denominations, by motor Ryde and day nttornoon, service. There WOB a largo visited

present rectory, payment

a

the

It

aro

party

a

^irrlngton.

m-S)dnc)

i

Lui

at

Merry, Branch,

Tower." Rev. ¿-» Rev. loung Man." Arthur Um evening

Men

ipm

Speaker:

jil.

.IIJNCTION.-Rev. of

Bidwell

"

members.

W.

8

John

m.

Aug.

"DOND1

ce. »

To-night, Annual

"

~hur.s.,

Io~p.m"

1IA1U?AB\8

ST

I

Mr.

la)

k.

Hld«ill
Oeorge-st H est-S3rd Annii S Hol) Com. 11 Rd W A Clarleton Il V Rc> S. M. Johnstone B A. Bcgbio DAY 6.M B Public Meet Chin, Tea, \rchdiacon

woolt

girls

Mon

11 Matins, Rector

the

this

Y.W.C.A.

the

pm-i

,.7

Hall, JOHNb

CJT **>

Bhould

thoy

specially-adapted

to

as

circles

which

to

Parish

bo

should attend

will

who

girls churches

with

as belong, Bible night anticipated

mado

tho of

com-1 forthcoming Paton Hugh Association,

to bo conducted by Mr. Christian Young Womon's that effort rcsolvod definite

tho

i"y

ÍT

the

-la D

S

street, endeavour

T-i,,

Cirtstlnn

brass W

sit

Cart

Spring

O M

four-wheeled four. Full

o"r

to

order, to Lang-road,

fight strong, Particulars,

lOcwt.

pony,

j

.

mission

of

mooting

John

Rei Roi

li

&

llc>

Rev

11.

ThursJm

I a.in.

1

CLiuwoml

b

Hci

)

Hcllin^ham

THATCTIEU,

Sets

to

PUABTO.N,

good etc,

BELLEVUE, good

'ANTED,

.\X7TD., Vi

I

final preliminary in connection

mlttoo

church.

Archbishop

tho

Yesterday visited Wright)

slnco

on

building school,

the

Î-AUL

n

_i_m.J_Rc\ b.Ii-lT~Pii oi

C

(li

PRO-

|W.

in

price,

ANTED, country.

with

bcparatc,

street,

"NJINE .¿-l

particulars,

work. T. CURISTKY,

».{iiimi. -*-» good

SUNDAY"

W.

i-Portman

or

together

Buy7

to \V7ANTED V » DOGCART,

.

the

Redfern.-11 Archdeacon

p.m.

ni

p.m.

o'clock._

so UUJ8.

'

At

a

Canon

lte\

-11

1

1.

LampUllst S min li

II

PAULS

ï»Tr

ni

_

of

carried

work

took charge-tho of enlargement the debt on tho

ovor-l

come.

I)

blMONS li

|

Marrickville

s

Ma\ted Ile\

I

the

conwhich

and

Clement

*-3

ST ST7

1ULL.-U

~

G.

S.45 7

at

Hall., Hall, pre-

YOU

W-V¡

JA vif .p|TtAV-r

Alhermirle

Wolselcy-st,

oaxorsa, tiuuatrr pltAjJOtaqiacrsa,

Northcote

Est

Ash

worti,

»er

|

Is causing discomfort, building will

space

new

Cn

ex-

very'

_

rector

au

S CHURCH Houston

Rev.

at

'

Sunday, Important

casual

PHILIP L. H

Stuttle. Mr. Johns, TTNTTED

Cart,,

Hordcrn'i

Antnony

SecondÖitüTd

8

_

of the

expected

MT ??J

As meals

Mrs. and

TH'pRAV without

I

Secretary. Foresters' nail, Progress. A Lcctnrc Spiritual by Mrs. Evening, Turner

of

or

opp

st.

TURNOUTS,

STOCK.

and

Dogcarts, 4 Com'cl

Week's Trial Given.-Pony, Sulky, £12; Horse, and HarPagncl Cart, Cart Turnout, £8; light Pony dart, ten useful Horses every description; Ponies; two Single-horse Lorries, also one Double first -class set of Leading Harness, Lorry, cheap; cheap. S3 Abcrcroinbic-st, oft West. MURPHY, Ocorge-strect £5; and

Sale

George

UVE New

5 Park,

£10; Villoge Harness of

ne.1»,

__

want

inconvenience

is

Women's woek.

and restaurant

this

a

served

wero

months,

making

adelaide

SIX

_General

Church Spiritual 830 Custlcrengh.stnct

Cart

Vehicles,

rpUllä-PAYMENT, X and Harness,

'Rus, But

Horses of and But Vehicles, Cartu, Tim Orocers', Village, Tip Hooded Lonies, Sulkies, and txpr-ss 4 yMre' bu»"' £nTurnout, H""-' £2t. Turnout, Greengrocer's furnout

£"} Tip k*5

-

girls

cooler

is

and

1-18, Ray. AND

TUA

FESTIVAL,

Liverpool-street.

_167J rrOIE X

Drays,

?

siderable

of

tho

last for

Melbourne

Ullis.

Surr)

llukcra', Vans.

.îf*0.^

8 p.m. 11 a.m. Neutral

ANNUAL

Werk, 6th SEPTEMBER, Sydney Town Basement 6.15 Festival, Tra, Hall, p.m. I-argc Vlcc-Ailmlral 81r George King-Hall will 7.45 p.m. side at the Festival. Tickets, la, for TEA and GOOD CONCERT GRAMME. Mission E. MOORE, Headquarters,

OWN."

her

.

during

for

ind

MISSION'S

Tmwiay

S P.M. Dr. an address entitled' a Lost His Grip." Rev. P. J. be present at, and lake STEPHEN, will part in. all thcic also Services; Mr. LESLIE PI PEU, the Favourite Gospel Singer, EVERYBODY WELCOME EVERY SEAT FREE. Rawson Hall, Miller's Poll t, 7 p.m., Mr. Gilmour. J. Consecration Conference Service, Hall, ISO Castlereagh

»orntn

Neutral

Yco-st,

p.m.

.

at

number In

tariff but

11SS Young

of tho

leaves

PEurt,fi'S will deliver Great Man

7.16

OUT

pLUltmo chers,

Sydney. Bay.

CLEARANCE.-ISO 15 Sulklis

2 Goieniem, Lady Pony Carts, Hyde 2 Bo Buggies, dables, 4 Landau, Broughams, Vlotorias, Pony Phae- 0 tons, 0 Milk, Butter, Hand Grocers', Box, VII., Carts, Vans S Waggons, Surveyors', Pole Oncers', Deliicry, Timber Timber Hearse, Lorries, Jinkers, Drays, 'Unset, 10(1 sets Harness. Elliott's, 403 Geo.-st Allen, .Wheel»,

Carts,

*-ls,i

?*-/

SCIENTIST,

I

the

risen

it

number

Association

tended popular,

En-

to

Mr Clrubb few da) s later

7« to

Mrs.

"LYCEUM HENRY "How

lulu

&

VEHICLES,

ÓÓ,

"VfllbT AU.

Haymarket_

:

has

to the restaurant

drawn

services

anniversary

tho

Austra-

BALL.

S-30 Sondas Mondai O ubb will spuik Methodist Church.

continues. s pm Lckhhard»

in

only

the

TOW\

Africa.

CÍTY

SYDNEY

CENTRAL

I

CHRIST, HALL,

WEDNESDAYS, Testimony Meeting, SUNDAY SCHOOL, In Reading-room, READING-ROOM; tm Mllltary-road,

.

at

on

Mission

Monda}

J.

of

and

Ch'Jr

August

Faith," 7.15 p.m.

,

Meals in tho Christian usual,

Newcastle Sydney to-day.

was

Mr.

Russia,

,n ">« South

Religloun 27th,

Free._

e.m.,

11

and

,

occasion

China

LiaCinURDT

headquarCanada,

lasia.

in

Refcrenco

a

Hall) 0mub

QcorBC

SUNDAYS,

METHODIST MISSION, LYCEUM HALL, PITT-STREET. Dr. J. A. HENRY'S FAREWELL Q. SERVICES. Tlic Ixst cilanco of hearing Dr. the Famous ltBNRY, Evangelist, before he leaves for America. Subjects as follow: li a.m.: "God's Second Best." 7 "Evcnlnp.m.: Wolves."

O

Carts, Riding street.

^RRJEa,

|

*V

!

delivered

bpeakere

of

^

P JV India

at

Admission CHURCH OF WARRINGA

SECONi) Sen-Ices

Temple, 7.30 p.m.

AISIT

KEETO»

(bindi

S

7 from

AR\

Grocers' baddies.

new and secondhand, cheap, light Timber and Farm 8Pruig, Tip, Drays, Hawkers', Grocers, and Milk ¡chers, Spring, new and second hand Sulkies, ivory description, Mares. Hors», StJUARL. and COMPASS SALLY 700 George street, I

i

?

UIIB

_,_

¿7ÎSJ2.

Young

news

general secretary from greetings

different

Gunther.

tho

Australia, On

_"_

Miss

MISSION


nutter, and Order from £7 HarniM, street near

bprfngcarti, 212 Gonlburn

¡

from

India.

late

olso

to

CUL 1 MOA

by Discussion.

Secretary CATHE-

l.O.O.F. inst-,

street-Lecture, "Science Mm. J. MACDONALD.

Methodist

GRUBBS

HORSES

f"' «oco^d"W*

lra'

Milk,

CSu-ti,

STOCK.

Mares, from 50 Ve £0, 10 Waggons, from £10, bather trimmed Sociable, Farm lo £»«*», Drays, from hand, £8, Butchers'

|

and

Virgo, Y.M.C.ÂI,

and of St. Mark's, The rector parishioners are to take to comgranville, about steps this church of pleta by the addition transepts It Is a and vestry. fino substantial Lnlldlng, was erected SO years when and nearly ago, was a of old of tho district part the parish under of St. Parramatta, the ihiviw John. Archdeacon

and

SP1

SOCIETY.

Meetings._?.

i.jUe¿_l_pin_JRoy__Mullcns.

O_

BIBLE

MEETING, MONDAY', isth

on

ÍM\J^ Sí.T«"?*

All

UVE

and

I"011'«,

every description ". rrom ,'C20>

K,

?.S!"*!,0

Dlspcnaary tlie pre Invited.

by

.

visitors

to

J.

A

WELCOME

Kliiabotli-strcot, Sec

w-sTTSTTT-ConT-ii

L

C

with

Y.W.C.A.

7 11 Cru

family

Identification

London

M

of

líteles,

_

the

11

An Morn."

ARTHUR TAYLOR, M.A. (Senior will in ST.. ANDREW'S preach SUNDAY Inst MORNING, the 27th

London), DRAL on PUBLIC

7 p.m., Address Coda."

"0R3ES.

T'5?. -a.

Mountainy_

are

.

at

ces.

Uei

Rev.

in

.

whoso

a.m

11

The

.

Its

in enterprises England mail by this week's of general secretary Christian Association,

Africa,

W

luchaiist LiUiu.

M

[

-fe ni 7 11

place lnlnc

bt.Me, Rev

lum.

Clorai

I

Kinnaird, for

sent

ters

\rgyle \rci

I)

FOREIGN

.

in

sing,

TII1MT1 Archdcicon

AND

Dcvonshlrc-st "The Radiant

?

in

Emily noted

Monger, Women's reception

anil

.DIUTISH

"Ye

Rutherford,

off

LMMANU1ÍL

People." PORTER.

CcVm-híolT

W.

&

SOUSES, VEHICLES,

Thomas-street, U. Ball; Evening,

.1.

THOUGHT CHURCH """OF CUlilST; ROOMS, 60 llnnlcr-strect, city. 7.15 DIVINE WORSHIP. SUNDAY, p.m., 7.(5 MCTAPIlY^OAL -,Y, STUDY. _jrepNESDAY,_7;<5_p.m.,' Mia. "Seme», 00 sUnmoic-rd, Énm-, SPlitiTUALIST Lcetnrcr. Morrell, Psychic, Sunday^3l_7.16._Mra. LECTURE "ilttlL Pitt SOCIETY. Queen's S""ÛNDAY

«ta.

-

to

arrive

Hon.

wlvcre.

L

JJ,1^'

bocomo

Christian

in tong

ATh\\10\VS ?¿-1

10-'w ".'" and Sermon Hat) 7 16 bcrinon,

,ita,tU¡'B'

loíd

I

Archbishop

Mr.

sident, EW

_

WHTFIFJJl'S tliems, "Cod

Waie

s

"One-Sided GERTIE

(Rev. A. Rivett), be Merciful,"

_

yesterday,

will

"H °,^11

building yet completed at opened ManchesIt Is on tho valbuilt on St. the old premises

the

iSdh^nn,

LU»

.

cannibals

the Queen." was Tnylor

Arthur and

/ii^fL^M1". (Harford _PJ"_Lu

B«bilon

by

'1Icr
Illa

s

7,

7 p.m.,

I,_Solo,_Mli«_

and Ocean COWLING.

B.

(Sydney Society), Mr. city.-11, a _Cily on a

?VrA7«VREÑE" BroUicrhood, Sunday, -Li Newtown. Hall, Kmnorvnl,

Queen

cr.

j

of

Save

Rev.

The has

»"d

Baptisms

CUURUI

Quiusr

boen

of

AKSOlTrTCEMEIíTS.

CHURCH

Engine-street, "Setting 7._Subjcct,

JERSEY-ROAD, and 7.15 p.m. REYNOLDS. M.A.

CHURCn, WOOLLAHRA X1 ami Rev. FRANCIS

Í

"God

sito

EELIGIOTJS "M"KW -Li

liisTComn.;

North;

(L.M.S.),_ CHURCH,

11 n.m. Worship, Rev. 11F.G1NA1.D

|

choir

his

glish, The

Y.M.C.A. just £40,000.

has

central

"

Service.

^u" AnthemSee Preacher Re» Tailor \. F Blblo Society) »°d t-hurcldn^. G p.m.,

?".!.

"^""i ^í?01« Orare Preacher.

rf!mín,¿lí (Gounod)

I

down

Vlr""i (Mendelssohn) ^c B

t^-

^Lonll01,

»«

F.

-

coast,

?

CrafnTTnstn

Potor's-Btrcet.

of Jubilee Queen that Macgregor visited Brown Georgo brought

and

Tho finest England costing

In

ter, uable

Diamond

William

Loie

\?h,t \Wnt

"t

,

I

the

?.í5

_

Sir

.J"

in«

-*-?-

tho

on

after,

of

.

of

terrible

years

cities

Oriental

Rev.

Morley CONGREGATIONAL

Divine Preacher.

_

occasion

Victoria,

Four

ancient

ANNOTTHOEMENTS. a.m., V!.

Rev.

p.m..

"

ANDREW

_

read.

the

7.15

V\TOOLLA1ÍRA ST

Tnnlti 11 orang

_

not

to

of Delhi, Mohammedanism Laboro, Jubbulporo, and reached hundreds of students, Allahabad, and with sincere thoy responded eagerness to his mon to tbclr miscall, rousing Indian for tho sionary responsibility evangelisation of own their country. Club Bonds, The Sydney Y.M.C.A. Hospital out 'ono dozen or moro mon Sun young ovory to to the day city hospitals offer glad hand to men who laid asido arc by sickness.

OF

alter «»er

Sunday »m-"ami a

iF'I!>l:n
nn

I

etrald

visits

in

j

his

Arthur Taylor, and British Bible of moro event than interest to the passing Christian whole To the community. extraordinary activities al the and society, Its world-wido work of all the aro propaganda, churches Indebted. Tear after aro year colporteurs sent to the uttermost parts of world. tho Last year 1100 of theso Bible missionaries of disposed 3,000,000 of tho copies scriptures, while the total circulation reached 0,975,SS6, which moans 22,000 volumes a day for every working day of the year. foundation Since Its In tho 1804, Bible Socloty has issued 229,000,000 of copies tho In scriptures. almost every language and in tho world. dialect Sir Robert Hart, to the referring recontly wonderful work In whore China, 1,500,000 copies tiavo been Issuod this "Too much year, said: cannot bo done to support tho society In Its effort to supply every of nation man every .with n copy of tho Bible own lanin his guage." At tho 107th annual of the someeting ciety, held In Lonrecently Queen's Hall, Professor don, J. Moulton n fine Hopo paid to tributo the influence of the in Bible savage He lands. told how tho Rev. Georgo Brown, the pioneer missionary, was warned specially off ono terrible In New place Guinea by n Christian ono man, of tho Go'vernors of our States on tho other sido of the Sir world, ?William Macgregor. Ho said to Goorge "You had better Brown: look out what you or will the »re at thero, you on got knocked head." wero They tho worst he savngos had a lenew. They evil fearfully reputation. did mind George Brown what he did. Ho did not take with or him any artillery of tho did «nythlng sort. He not hnvo any carnal Ho took weapons whatevor. Just nowhatever but which ho bad thing this Book, to tnko In his~heart and on his Ups, instead of in the because natives printed form, the tho

CHURClT"

QATJIKDRAL

Y.M.C.A.,

.

tho Rev. secretary of is an Society,

senior

the

OÍ Tengla^j

I

of

«UTlvaJ

tho

of

Eddy,

>

»

~

Sherwood

RELIGIOUS TS/AATÎRLKY.-n

.

DISTETirnON.

George

The H.A., Foreign

ASffOTOCEHEKTS

CkBICh

|

WOBITJ-'WITJE

BEUGIOTJS

_

A

Christian Endeavour Convention in Sydhas bcon prominently associated with Ho Christian Endeavour work for many years. was of Australasian Union for president tho tho the two yonrs precodlng convention great in Hobart in 1905. (Tos.) ney,

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from that arises charm S. TinMr. Charles B. strong; this is number) dall (In diversified than his moro subjects being year, ia at Balmain His Spot" "Historic formerly. and generally his work charmingly painted, his in pastoral him advantage to proclaims is th« Seven scenes. also and mountain effort«. sum of Mr. Hans Heysen's mystic of "A and tho warm glow "The Sentinel," A his are In best manner. Summer Evening"

by the "style."

characterised

and

delicacy

WATER-COLOURS.

Tho

the

nual

N.S.

MONT

.*.

ii

DE

D.

PIETE

AND

which

in

many

|

CO..LTD.,

of

will

bn

previous the

taining

hlirli

interest

ot

1910,

7*

CASTLEREAGII-STREIÏT,

.

(HIIAD

OFFICE);

'

at

and

MELBOURNE,

and

BRISBANE,

NEWCASTLE.

!

t

EUSTACE

BENNETT,

I

Manager.

*-

-

.

i

General

|

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LES

OKEY

M

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t

'WOLPEII,

A.

ELIZABETH-STREET, 05 GLEHB-ROAD,

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If you consideration and fuir the time

1

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ii

1

I

arc

1

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5 p.m.; C5 Glebe-road, Telephone, City

LENÏ

COURT -

lunsliction.-In BoRNIS late of

Qfml Eooth

Idtbr

Wales,

Fannir

gncn have hing

th.it

the

of WILLI Stute of -Notice

the

lítate in the Harden, deceased intestate Accounts IMrat

the

in

\t

a

A

Is

aboie

this

s

been

ilay

street slid

Svdne) hrtate

the

on

rTRE

YOU

HA\E

MY the-£

to

No Mr.

possession). borrowers.

or

fees George,

MONEY smaller

5

at

arranged

_HUGH

£1000

cent., from cent sums nt 5 per cent. per DUFF nnd CO..

£10,000, Loans

Building

Ceorgc-strcct.

2S.1

1-Sth

>rc.

-to

to

For

Share.

nui

will Lend Suburban

LENDER

PRIVATE cent,

on

approved

charges.

BOX

IN

.DEVOLUTION NOT

TO

TO

JOEL

5 per agent's

No

G.P.O.

1800,

MONEY-LENDING.

BUT

CRUSH,

at

Sum any Cottages.

ASSIST

BORROWERS.

PHILLIPS

I

of

day

in

was

-

Suit Borrower*. Í3TNOTE ADDRESS: door from eel, King-stt Hotel. All communications Tel.. 2570.

Lender). Pitt-street, street*. CITY

1223.

ÖT.

FINANCE

QITY

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the In-

of

flesh-tones

and,

fine

eyes,

Tjc-on ably "The Chintz

tho

Carter's

tho

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studied

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some

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reposo of grace ucedlo the cat," Is

and

vigour Miss

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last

It Roiîway. his of example of morning pallor

finished tbo

freedom

Florence clear in

Interior, chat

which

The with

In

this there

yet in

notably the lifted

the anc

ligures, hand

"harmfnl, extended

Ita but

ladles There

flatness aird

approach composition: in It, drawing by conveyed the naturally

accurate,

two sofa.

a

upon to

that

unnoceo black the

none

les»

Will

in

serious Europe.

rise a

and fino

fault

The Evening 'of study

the

If same

Glow, sea

work artist

were sends

Gerringong" and rocks,

exhibited In with

"Moon fNo. 24). spray

-vend

tice

art.

AcSweep Idea titular Is winning who

made

G.

W.

L.

the

Alice and

In

miniaHambidge, the sculp-

delicate

Edwell, and others; bust portrait

In

section

limited are

In Norman

of

Car-

Hirst

VEND

CASE. PENALTOS.

LEGAL

the

On be

71st

for

the

fact

proved

ask

the

for

Honor

His of

law

he

If

Imposed, opinion £500

he

Court of the

found

the case

could

there

each

any day Crown, by the penalty attachable

one

be

Melbourne.

in

to penalty he proved, bo no penalty

offence

be was of as

continued

but

claimed

bo

would

announced

Full that

that

for

first

had'

the

had

the to

regard

of

should there

found

IndusAustralian counMr. Wise, K.C., that if Crown, admitted the same he not several offences, could full for penalty each offence. further to the alluded questions

which

With

penalties

what Honor

of

Act,

before

argued

Justhis

hearing.

of

his

if

infraction

an

Preservation

sel

of

day question

the imposed

been tries

Mr. before yesterday,

case "was resumed in the High Court

Isaacs

being

there

to

each

should person.

with the a conversation Chief matter of possible penalties, this Griffith agreed that there Samuel penalties. could be no accruing his continued comments Mr. Shand, K.C, it on the evidence as affected the shipping defendants. the was not His address concluded when Court Monday. rose till had

had

He

on

Justice and

Sir

HOSPITAL deputation, J. C. Parlman, waited

Mr.

John

Longstaff"«

of

Portrait

Broomfield

Reginald

Mrs.

at

the

Art

Boral

from

living

to

away that to

to

(No.

tho

in and

grass

front

green is

with

"Tho the

of

have

91)

will

re-

ad-

And

mirers. years Great

Clinton

in

which

in

a

Valley spectator the facing

tho

valley that

rango, "Thus

cuts

far

the

Christmas, for in England,

and

forwards

(No. Alps" a alpng

lofty,

snow-covered

sce.no

as

it

Tho

farther."

no

"The

and looks the

across

two

past

to

32), road

say,

artist,

has brought tones, and sympathetic of this majestic Alpite view. Mr. LonirstafTs hangs portrait here, in Its breadth, completely killing vigour, "Mrs. and vitality its neighbour, Wyatt, (No. 36), A. Peters. A Geelong" by Helen work clever by this artist, showing flgnres and Art Galby firelight, purchased by tho trustees, had for the manlery justification whilst

ner

but

affected,

gaging similarly

portrait feeble

derstand

(No.

some

fog.

this

it

Is

bo

Gordon M.

4),

by

whirh

work, yet presents

delicacy, his

unless Is also light,

will

as

Veteran

1880 tractive

brown

his

into

Slany

it

leanings, "\

low

employing brightness representation

much skilful

uniform

difficulty) All this,

some

te

similar have for example.

Beatrlco shows

by

difficult

noted, Highlander,

un-

In

Kandahar. Coutts, an at-

observation

and

kindly veteran In If emerging (with of brown background as No. regards some passing

the ns

from

shown

artists

en-

otherwise

a

at any rate, the echo of

Is probably In and we shall impressionist vogue Paris', be to see it out of glad fashion. Mr. Lister's this W. Lister big canvas year is a noble work, entitled "Clearing" (No. Great trees ascend in gum grandly 37). wood-cutters In the foreground, with busy the smoko open beyond, wheoco rising pro 36,

Messrs. G.

A. Chief

the

C Cole, Secresub-

ask for a Government to yesterday at Boggaa hospital building -towards was that the town out They pointed and in finances popularapidly increasing Gunnedah and Narthe and that ,whlle tion, no distance, at great Hospitals were rabri was fatiguo of travelling and "the extra delay to from patients of serious importance often said that

tary, sidy

Sodetjr'sEshibiaoB.

under

bear the

very

foreground

triumphs (No. ing"

examination. elsewhere

40),

the

of

knowledge

are

flower" of

at-

is

be-

rae

for'though

drawing

tue

of the Heysen' and the "Ashton, sawn The inspection. be instanced, theH may draw-1 the bole, duo lo of "values" persisting Mr. Datttio-ftubbo's, than in Morn"Early

of close

roundness a

which

I

and

smoke-laden colouring

richness

realism

near

with

real.

very

tne "Cauli-* Macpherson shows Margaret the gleam' and Iridescent (No. 80), the and and tex» glass cover, glass bowl seen the (No. of the eggs through glass ¡ture still life tiny these of proclaim examples ¡79) Mr. J. Salvana shows in the ¡finest gallery. "River Gums, the Namoi," in [kindred subjects Inland River" This and "The (Nos. S4-and-85). the colhas garish artist quite discarded of efforts which sometimes marred'the ouring and visitors will delight ?his earlier years,

The

timber.

effect, the The

voluptuous hard

log in apparent and lng

of

fault

no

the

can

with

woTkmen

reading,

picks,

bands

(No.

may

currently

44),

herself

Mr.

ceptable commands cyon Days"

in

to

reported

James

barbour

It

Jackson, of

glimpses with

attention

(No.

(No.

bis

which B2), distance.

big

of

consists

tho

shadow

largely

should

which

In bathes

The the

Jeuno be

the

canvas, be

is

unnecessary since in below the

the

Vaucluse

fairyland subject

of exhibitions, Home" .lion j

the

is

student ac-

delineation James

is and

all bis

roused

of

F.

a

sheen

strong

a

foreground, the

in

welcome.

attention the

in talent Mr. Fisher

mate of too artist tho

idea Variety

port-

The

dozing,

are

cub

expression Collingridge

of TO

is

Hule's

tawny but

Whilst

away Liberal

in

Hand." This forms the Guiding career. It shows of his beginning to on the deserted »horses attached the plough effect a cheerful furrows, in which open-air work, Mr. G. E. Butler's principal attained. ¡is in which an D6), Morning Gallop" (No. "The some "drives" a elder or such, tiny sister, band -with a little hand in girl, along boy, down of pasthe breezy fax-spread English that is Is an tures. engaging composition

merit, "Hal-

ia

the

regarded

charm of this fine suggestion

what is

in

OF*

Mr.

of

Oakes

about

says

and

Oakes 24th

Liberal

correct,

doubt

HERALD. of

issno

selection

no

THE Messrs.

read

your

it

con-

inst,

candidates. the Mudgee does

not

do

of UM methods to dissatisfacorganisation give of rectifying little chance tion which there is law. or the electoral under ex±3ting avoiding to Mr. Hnie Is entitled much credit I think that mapolitical the the for statins case-against

animal

of sends

the

selection

a

just

letters

cerning

vividly

shows

have

Sir,-I

at

EDITOR

THE

Australian "Lions

CAiTOIDATEa

LIBERAL

-

harbour

beautiful

the

of.

expanse

on

point Barling's

Mabel

moro the cat-like

and

vast

painted

he conveys entrance to not

a

Secretary

Chief

to himself could not pledge ansj on the he would, if inquiry promise, as the deputabe as urgent case to proved of the aspect financial tion stated, and had add a prosperous, sufficiently the township £500 to the Estimates for of recommendation of the hospital. building the purpose definite

Heads"

"Sydney

by

The

country. he

while

Australian

these

Scott's

depreciated and coarsely pearl-like

hence

¡expressed, }very genuine ¡character. for ¡"Waiting

Fille"

besides varying

faithful Mr. Ü0)

.the

feUcitous

with

tho

that

fact

the

rise

versus Selecselection of candidates Ira able does. doctors In the way by the he that Bona»' sayB perfectly rlghrrwheo. a. Is Flecks which girl lying asleeplight than, rolls and electormore thing up-to-date there her muslin and Is fall upon frock» spiriwanted. No lav win (rxa ates Is electoral a really ted in the treatment, though technique satisfaction that will as Mr. Bute saya. not, achievement Is somehow missed, flrst-rate free candidature and Cres voting. Ia sense Thero Is permit imbued with a of movement Jones shows and decision in his B. O. power brw is framed in tho same artlsfs "The my opinion, the oioj-tnrai eeped commendation is duo! also and Imagination little landscapes, in the interests of log-roHmg tm^ft^ and in other his con ally Williams, and ways to flower stndiea by Gertrude ¡Shepherdess;" aro of and as one of thousands Liberals of service to the colleetion [politics, Cusack and ¡trtbutions (in watercolours) by Alino Hetty] sufficient cause W. G. .who have for think which pervades good and spirit ¡Tbo romantic Dymock. I should much see Shadows" (No. liku to steps taken a of some D3), lug so Mr. Moir Auld sends In painting "Lengthening J. jColeborne's a committee of who to appoint persons know Gown" de-, the work Is not free from defects, in "The Blue (No. 6S), .though the] what importance is to frame the relation to the .wanted proposals for the' 'cattle too fur forward in licate in its but falling to hold being colouring, amendments ao in oar the and urgently required preThere also blue outline of hedge foliage attention. is portraiture by Mr. ¡faint sent electoral same be wins it law, so that could subThe little them, acceptance. Crisp. Sisters" (No. 70), ibeyond properly Henry mitted to water-colours some the present political parties with In the favourite names dark-eyed girls sympathetically shown, with) the of adoption, if Most of these artists have unconobject possible. In time tor the and on their white lace frocks appear. light shadow the next Aîw^tlrm. I am, etc sea taken "We are aa as as land and sciously Wordsworth's Seven" expertly Indicated; well same hand that should be their motto! B. E. still in XH-KR.B.KRX MÁxmsa. from the not Minna, Europe, scapes touches his s'evea : ,-Ang--25. -,,;. Tho purposeful by again contributes,, pictures-being passed over. firm, ~~'*~*t-? a

from work

suitable

"Une

the

scenes.

shovels

or

noted

bo

the

"in

found

be

on the smoking, glassed whole scene Is as in Lao just.as prosaic pier, the "No. 6 Jetty, Circular in Quay," which, artist. Just is very truth, depicted by the has some here Mr. Dattilo-Rubbo hanging Miss attractive iittlo landscape paintings. makes a forward step in "My Evelyn Chapman a full-length and cleverly" Father," figure easily the of tho handled, and graceful modelling

and

E. Vf. resident

the

of

aerial above

is

the

and details

waste

woeful of

summer

tween

children

also

of

mosphere,

quito Bird-trap"

Reid

to belog subsidiary displayed colouring trunk tall straight nobly the tints of and foliage the "Thro' landscape.

(No.

their

claims heat

romaneo

and G.

I

of and

Flowers,

F.

bri.

suggestion

there

would

glow beauty

tho

waves

Just

and

tho

In Mist"

Morning

it

David

incident -the title

In

form beauty of the delineating the foreground,

in

of

Mr.

tho

3a), to

the

of touch

scene.

of

defences of

and

horizon;

needed

-comos

stone rank

on

far

heightening a

the

ferred

brown

rank the

a

given

tho

the

and

land,

Mr.

on

BOÖGABEL

FOE consisting Humphries,

A

Mr.

skilfully

the

have

Norman

Oxen

rich

a

been

most

the there

POSSIBLE

TTt^i The

distance.! Portia

by

1), framed

make

heart.

middlo Miss

fNo.

Bernice

THE

Leslie No.

the title obviously

of

the

the

his

work

excellent

some

forming white;

Laycock, a vigorous by executed

ter

repre-

an Infliction. Mr. Ashton something of moro works, is well represented by several of large canvases, which especially by two bo first South Australia.," may "Summertime, reHerein the artist grapples reviewed. tho with the of expressing solutely difficulty summer on forest clear light of intensely on where the and parched herbage trees, all cattlo It Is wonderfully conveyed, graze. there is some of and It suspicion hardness, as we true to Nature often that is enough It would he as seo it here, though regarded

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Trees."

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on Freehold Securities at Lowest advantages for repayment Special scales. lowest POPE, Manager. U. HOWARD King streets, corner Pitt and Sydney,

Money Advanced Rates of Interest All on charges

tiie

joyous The black

Dnttilo-Rubbo's wrinkled limited, of' characan piece presents exquisite toper will rorm a welfrom which ter-drawing life, Gencome addition to tho national collection. tv that Utero Is It may to contended erally this cultivate in year's deal to tho eye great show. spring visitor will Und In hand, the early Catalogue S. Watkins' before Mr. J. section himself are conveniently all artista' thp pictures No. "Tho Red Kimona." by 8, grouped-headed Southern of This some beauty suggests the and of robust Imposing stature, Europe and of length and size of hip thigh suggestion but and generally being portentous, leg exthe unconscious saved from coarseness by as she leans her elbow of the faco pression "Uno Charmante a on nor knee. Soiree," man seated na a sofa whilst a woman dozing lacks a inspirabeside her reads newspaper, the but be for wonderfully will admired tion, Mr. Watof tho accessories. adroit handling works In "Miss kins exhibits more attractive the Chalmeis" (No. 10), simplicity Adelaide of the face, Ule remarkand and refinement op shadow partly able transparency the dark the observer; neck and cheek, winning over the his of and In strongly painted portrait Premier of Hon. W. A. Holman, Acting an earnest and sinThis is N.S.W." (No. fill. In cere of-the Attorney-General wig likeness of a before and in tho attitude pleader 'gown, tho of tho veined and painting tbe Bench, clever. bands is especially

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Mr.

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vitality

No.

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Suffolk occupies so. His "Stanwell

In Lister

his native birds last year, again hit with Mr. similar studies (seven). In succeeds has taken up water-colour Dattilo-Rubbo full of in Boys," most effectively "Newspaper has been His "Out Back Type" character. d'oeuvre in his chef this praised as already Albert J. Hanson's seven picMr. division. source a of strength. prime tures constitute the with reapers "Rural England" (No. 203), is old farmhouse, near the elm-embosomed the Ausin its and charm; quite touching Weather" (No. tralian scene, "Pair Droving above the vault of glorious blue with a 204), Mr. J. A. is painted. tenderly grazing flock, more are strong, especiportraits .Bennett's inof purpose which sincerity ally In tho vital late of the Samuel his presentment spires so with the Asylum Watson, associated long "Rose In the pastels for the Deaf ana Dumb. of take3 pride Hambidge, Marie," by Milly

"sweeps

as

colour

by Margaret

sion

FOUHPENCE in and all Securiother charges. G.P.O. Box "45.

Is

crimson

and without there

and dies

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EVLRY £10 repayable is £2 for ADVANCFD or on Furniture any in TWELVb MONTHS for a Loan to £10 from reasonable secunt) poesossiou) (without make you £500 and I will immediate!) Applv to me rate. anr at the above on advance also pav off loin CHVRGFD NO FINES TTC door» street three GEO W GODW IN 00 Castlereagh street opposite theatre Royal from King city

t!

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It

coral with the together long, to aro emr.loycd to give brightness the most faswhich forms the rich onsomMi. Mr. Dattllo work In the gallery. A. cinating fin however, a particularly Rubbo has, 180), "An Out-back Type" (No. water-colour, of and refined head a splendidly-patriarchal as must bo recognised a which manly pioneer,

guaranteed.

14

the

the dark necklace,

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anyone without

PIANOS,

on

ties (without Itepymts.

PAY

TO

to

and Promptness Privacy LETT, "Bull's-cha.mbers, CHARGE for Lending

and

cap,

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BKHKMAN, Lent

to

mainthat

so

other

the John

tho dark-browed, catalogued Broomfield"). Roglnald ("Mrs. beneath of tho face carnations

fines,

Existing

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chief

the

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I

seeking moderate

given period

'CITY, GLEBE.

llnuucial

at 5/ weekly. £10 for £2. at £15 for £3 7/0 weekly. at 7/d £20 for £4 weekly. AND UP TO ANY AMOUNT, SEWING MACHINES, ON FURNITURE, PIANOS, Mortgages from 43 per LAND, or any other Security. off and cent. Loans in other offices paid Existing on a better placed footing, ' MY MOTTO IS FAIR DEALING. The who have hnd with me in the public dealings I am sure of their confidence. Those who do not past, know I to favour mc with a call before mc, nsk elsewhere. a loan arranging Elluiheth-strect, to Office Hours.-50 city, D a-ro,

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as

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and rightly wall, Tide," Incoming and "The Minnamurra South Coast," their in beroo," are captivating and colour. of spirit serenity will sympathetic style Daplyn's In several examples recognised "The Shadows Mr. R. M. Ronald's the the Field" suggests ross Daisy whole and the with delicacy, subtle Mr. James A. Crisp, In way. every

tuan

picture» of time to and which It Is a waste examine, tho task of rcptvy critical Inspecmoro^whlcli Mr. Hans work, tion. Hoysen's beautiful Mr. W. Lister-Lister's big "Hauling Tlmbrr," J. Hancanvas and Mr, 'Albert "Clearing," son's "Fair Weather," water-colour, Droving of aro boat Australian landscapes the tho more The president's IB strongly tyyear. than Mr. moro diof the burn Heysen's pical and it the appealing worlt, avoids rectly makes the by hardness-which, large plcturo miss Will Ashton. "Summertime," just Mr.

CITY

Mr.

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view

fewer

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exhibition

of

I.

Gustavo

scholarly

and

pathy

an-

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Mr.

newcomer,

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NLW "Wimi COURT 01 the Will of lurisdiction -In WVLES. NhW of Essex Hall Carrlnglon-road r--«oFsn'REMl-Oh Causes JurlsiUctlon 7808. SVMU1L -No. Jfatnmonial of New South Wales Merchant Randwick m the Stitc PctlUoncr, VtUOV, will made after fourteen tehrcca JAM, deceased be -Application And hereof that Probate of the days from the publication 11-RON, Respondent R011I RT SrU'iU-NS be granted last Vvili of the obovonomed deceased may \LRON, Ejecutora to liri UNA PVRR one of the laBOBERT blhlHINb CvTHtltrst South Wales.-Take le New bli Sands, being reserved to the ol Brighton a named in the said Will (leave has commenced Mid lane leron said tincome in and the UiJt is other Lxccutor to also prove höIlCF Court, and this Honourable in may served office of you and all notices he at the col against han Will) on HIL that )ou ground to the for a dnorcc the and all claims should 1 e sent her undersigned Mininos excuse deserted cansí or wilfully A I just within the said fourteen days. vilhout con undersigned or excuse left her uch cmse Parr Catherine Helena ind withoit an) HI-V NO1 US Solicitor for said and three )cars upwards, so sirtil elirlnf, SU Vloore street Sv dne) jinnouil) to an enter ap tilt )OU aro riqulnd uko Notice SOUTH Vv VI ES. liai TN Till bUPHI MI COURT Or NI W sut otllce of tills! fall ut the proper warmec to tie of DOS VI D io! ate Jurisdiction -In the 1 vl-ite ninth of Octolur -I n or 1 iforc the Court Wales Honourable 'HUSH lite of Iclr in the St itc of New So ith so within' not doine, in II oint ot )our ail Ii will he made j311 the inner deceased plication further time petl ¡1 testate-Vi <1 obtaining time Ininti hereof that (he .after fourteen from tile publication he heard und deter days and the suit will irocied tioner Vdmimstmtion of the 1 state of the nbovenamed de V of the' »t* copi ct. notwithstanding VSN to CHvRIOTIT ROSI on si )oir used may lie granted be hand on to tin. Illili in in »ii application Notice!, said docemd and all ?M on of the HUSH,be t« Widow c of rliar.i to tr IwlcnJciicd truv served at ti o Office of the undersigned lull Vug ist Paled (hit whom nil Creditors arc lo send in particulars Pet! required R Solicitor for the «II 11 IM I R \bl days. Claims within tile said period of fourteen ROBFIIT of their itt street haiiibixs 114 V S)dni) lusa lost OllreVRD Solicitor for doner I DW VI D HOW Vpplicant istrar Itei street for tile H) his Vgcnt J r R VI SI ON 80 Pitt Sydney GIO LhAHi Chief CJerk I01IN (I S.) (Sisiftl) S0U11I lill faUPHLUr COUIl 01 MW TN couitr oh MW SOUTH "ra ni MI of Tin X I -1 rotate Jurisdiction -In the Tstate W U lunsdlction -In the Will of ice rob I I F" H ».LIA-1 V\ITKFV late Durwood in the State of New IOUIS in (he State P It 'f locliininr of, ("Al married woman deceased intestate Mal« South Wales Is here »uld Wulov, deec iscd -\OTIU Soulli fourteen from \cvr VIILICUION will be mode niter da)8 in tin. nbovel tie xicutors Vnounts that Vdminlstntion 1 s hereof that of the ey Siren publication li) ni Hied in office Queen tile ni) to } tali lill abov emmed deceased lie .granted on tntc of the may all mi) claim in pirsons haiiiiL, sjdno) Husband of the »aid decused iquare IIIOMIS VlTkrv tie oilier»! o nilcrcslcl therein -i r en g ki deceased ure re wire Co saul at sail VND nil Creditors of the sud loml in before me to m) mi 1er itt Iercb) qured claims to the at in of their of September 11 ¡01 to send particulars ' thi °0th di) octa on cr VNÜ all Notices within tile time aforcsoi I 'oro an 1 tin same and signed ti io, n in Inspect Vv U 0 doo, of the umlcrsign-d otherwise If ma) be served ut the office thinl fit thereto, »lall object lit street Die) same will SMVTH KING Proctor_158 Sydnc) le not to the \ecoinls objected the raid SOUTH to Inw Dated 01 NTW an as. ed TV Till SUlIIUIb COURT n e neordlng be examined ) Will li X no lurisdiction-In the of in the 1011 T WAI S.-lr di) of lu.iiH )onr lau "Jil lu the State U W 110I5INSON lite of Rom lesion THOMPSON and SON, CIHRLl-S OAIirtrTT er deceased Bl thilr \gcilt South Wales Retired Bute! « t Mitllnnl of New Proel Hi, di)s from itt will be made nfter fou teen I street vpplicatlon WHIST Hi_s Vv ill hereof tint Probate of the last MW =OUTH the publkiition iti MI COURT or si lo fiTrTit or Icceasc 1 uwv be granted the Will ami ti ubov ! ime I t lunsdlction-In 1 H U LS-1 roi S 10MGROVI an I LI RORIN in the HI MU IUDII\ IN late of Randwick THOM \S SCOII cu ol íceutriv named in the Cod deceased SON the >\ectitor and tie Wales 1 reeliolder New Soutll state ol be si ned at the office« innl said Will and all notices may the leicnth und herelv that \0T1C1 is p len »lim OMlOltM in of tie under, CIUKILS this dal 1 een tiled içncil oí Cítate havt ts in ti e Uv lils Affei "ceounts tile vcuitors Dorr) anil lill I roetor for persons Chaucer) wpiirc S)die) street nT oflicf VIVD1V and IITTIUOHN Castlereagh or being otlur li, the said 1-tatc claim on hnnff any In are required to como «teil therein "crebv «te inter VUS SUPPILMINT W11 TO WILKINSONS on or before the eighteenth ifïVIIL im Mid oflke "lore mc at forenoon, -Is free In tils X nninv VIAGISTRVTI prlci post next at 11 45 o clock of ¿ij September ob with 1011 if shall think fit WILKINSONS MVilSTRAn complete and the) ins[ Ki Hie Kimi uni not said accounts be £3 1 s post trie if the Supplement price otherwise thereto auu "> st jrct examined by mc lill LAW Castlereagh Sydney will be HOOK CO the (ailie to ebiectcd this 19tb of to ydvertiscments,) lo Dated da) see Index according law "(Tor continuation asxi NORMiN OXRRFTT T W Registrar lill Epist, 00 street, Kxccutors, Pitt ivr the Iroctor (UPCG _

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SOUTH NTW Oh -UPltUn TV Till the Will and 1 -In HAIES.-1'robite near of Canteriiury Codidl late of 10HN QUICf. Geutlcnl r Kouth Wales 8-dnev in State of New til fourtei made after wall be deeeascd-Application Probate of the hereof that dan from the publication may abovenamed deceased Will and Codicil of the AMY II7AB1TH be roi ted to MAW \N\ QU1GG E-CCU \ QUIGG the NICHOLAS and JOnN O IHR Cod! the Raid Will and bices and rxenrtor named m of tile said deceased al creditors if And all any of their claims are sen 1 in requested to particulars nil and to the within such fourteen days undersigned the under at the office of notices be served may for the ktMMIS Proctor limed r M\UP1I\N street, l63 Phillip Applicants Norlhllcld-chambcrs COURT lunsdl tion

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TUE « ILES

COURT

and Will -Probate lunsdlction-In of Bur of AGNIS CLA\ THOMPSON de idovv *o
1NTEHEST .-

NU1TY,

Office

BERTRAM, MUP.RAÏ, UPSTAIRS, ELIZABETH-STREET, streets,

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Read Creagh

of

and sts.

KEtU-E

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US

AND

WATT,

11 C».STLEREAan-STR_.FT HUNTIR-STRFI'T

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DEEDS

ANT

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good

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MERCHANDISE

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Paper

WFLLINCTON SHvFRSMTTliS

have vestibule absolute

a

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sec

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H" O O O

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English thereon

r-oayahle T.. -2Mf.. no

Pitt-st

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BLACK

11 AD

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lead

Plate

ELDERTOM, 5S

ON1CY

lluntcr-slrcet.

TO LE.N'D. on Suburban, or FreeApproved City, Country holds, C.P.'s. or C.L.'s. _T LOWEST RATES. £SO00 to £10,000 available in October. early Trust Estates Inaurances Effected. Managed, .

rPUlrULI X Diamond and Pianos. TITI.. ORIGINAL

VvIUl No

LIMIT

Jewellery registration De Mont

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Machines, Prom. Notes, 131 King-st, Newtown.

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to

Solicitor, Pitt-street

113

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Pastoral Farms,

LEND UPON MORTGAGE cent. PROGRESS PAYM.ENTS made ALL FINANCIAL BUSINESS transacted. ADVANCES made upon Merchandise,

al

class

COMPANY.

to

nial,

tl,d,r

AND

on

OANS lovvpst

this

on

COMPANY, Hunter-street.

Properties, Land,

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a"i

and

10 HUNTER-STREET the Trustees of several Estates), have TRUST MONEYS TO LEND AT 4 PER CENT INTEREST, for fixed term a of years. of City Suburban and Freehold or

i

'''"«Holmn-In °f ,""lno

Advances

Lend RIGGS.

CALDWFLL-

for

(acting

ii

SOUTH OF NFW W M 1 S \M the Will of W ILIl ln ttlc State of New South will be made Application

make

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to

cent, interest ^CARROLL

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Pitt-street

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PRIVATE! ADO.AN0F OF MONEY to responsible who offer reasonable and are able to people security WE by instalments. LEND repay easy W1TH0LT SECURITY and sirmtantial men In penni to straight can furnish nent positions. We unanswerable proof the favourable of testimony of our post and prcoeiit )our us clients. Tr_n_ct lb al dal business with and you will b- satisfied

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prepared 5 per JAMES

are

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at lowest Commission.

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current rate» No commission. Martin-place,

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1

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Exchange-bldg.. £500, personal J. G. Read.

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Small Loans, G.

commission.

to tUST FUNDS rjviti donald. Solicitors,

DAVIDSON,

El igabcth-strcct.

no

Low and

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£10 FOR 25s, £20 for Ki, £5 FOR 15s, and larger amounts £5 15s, £100 FOR £10, etc possession or regisPianos, (without Interests under Deeds of Land, and Wills, at Lower Interest. EASY REPAYother Security No delay or charges. Call me before MENTS. upon WILL SAVE MONEY. and You dedding elsewhere,

M.

p.m.

TO LEND'on Mortgage, Loans arranged. No 1 ANK BIGGS.

Building

FUNDS.-Large TRUST Building Mortgage

J>x.iiilon>

SOUTH Will of of Burwood Wales Widow »«rSjdncv the State of New South I|n _(Ur fmir(cm _,," b(, ,c fleceased._ippi,catl0n Probate of tho «i ublicntioii hereol that r«,Jr»m lilli deceased and Tcstiinent of the abovenamed ¡"t to CMlOflNF RUCh B""te MARI\MVI ??{_,'», will Ml tim soli Ixccutnx named In the raid the under b gc"ci1 ,hc o1»c'"i of SI" ] v('u,-s I",d STLPHLN, Proctors ' »nd 14 o ronniU street Svdne) niL W M I S sunni MI coi itr 01 NI W <ÎOIJTH ' ^"1 ,0,IN '? '-'" "" of i,'1 BlAin Hills oi Nu|m>er NIckson street Surry I. In Vi JalQ v°""' ",,,<"' irehltect -deccasid ü "imi,T«1' .'i.". a"cr 'ourtcin fro n wil1 bo ",Ild
TV

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Neither

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a.

CLOSE

nil

trees.

noon.

Public of

mENDERS

j

of

North

Llndüeld,

Shore Uno. HENDERSON.

_It.

Length, Breadth,

a

TENDEES

FOR

Apply

have sent documents re-

be

SEPTEklBER, March, lill-, a Mountain-

L. Aug., A-

TN

BUC_NELL,

a

in in

bona-flile Tendel condition within

a

CA1-RIHD

ON

BUTU.lt DRAPER, COitoO,

notice of should

Burges." Neither

the

lowest

nor

TENDERS STOR1KD

REINFORCED willi STONE

?BUILDING TUP,

CONCRET!? and BRICK

TOilAM-STREET,

above

noon

Estate, Tuesday,

on

LOI'

Mail-he.

ter,

BY

TltE

PLANT, .JESS-

LATB

COY.,

Ltd.,

£250.

,

Meters.

by

Quantities

Assets

in

Union

J.

may

be

A

WOOD

the

and

Office

of

Pitt-street,

SON.

J.

A

WOOD,

Sydney.

until

Office

BUTLER

and

Close

BRADSHAW,

Architect*, 413 Melbonrne. Collins-street September, IBU.

gth

'

AN IMPERIAL

Harbour

Sydney

los 11 41 12

Circular nriENDEns X

Trust Othes, 25th August,

Quay,

(LATE

(al

WROUGHT HEWN

and

CLEMENTS "

Kong, "

51

of

office.

Georgc-etr-et OLDREY

00 PITT-STREET, CUEMIST.

PERCIVAL

SERGEANT

SYDNEY,

BER, ÎS'ESS The liaient

o'clock

12

for

1911,

noon

the

be Temi ved by 4th SEPTEMMONDAY, CMIOIIST'S BUSI of the

on

Purchase

a going concern. Stock-iu-trade consi-ta of Medicine-, Soaps, Bniahvmre, for the business. necessary Stock baa been caVcfully listed,

The 12a lid. [£403 Stock Sheets be may obtained on the premises, At office my cent The usual 10 per Tender. The

or

and

rained

ia

all

must

WILLIAM

.proUCTTON TENDERS

the

Engineering will be

College, 15

Further

A.

at

I *

be

Plans may the Oflicc of Tenders Architects'

at

peen

rcr,

wanted, and Tile

07

HI1L Plan

Architects, 53

Hnntcr-strcct,

wanted.

for

YILLA,

application and M'KAY.

Municipal Also

Cro

Sydnej-,_

8EPTIO sands.

SYDNEY.

TANK, For

received will be by the undcrritmedBRACKETSfor DELIVERY of SUPPLY and 3 o'clock WOOD and STEEL POLES, until for 191L 4th SEPTEMBER, p.m. on MONDAY, DELIVERY of CASTIRON The SUPPLY and (b) until 3 o'clock p.m. and STEEL BRACKETS, 191L 4th SEPTEMBER, on MONDAY, of and DELIVERY MOTOR. The SUPPLY (c) o'clock until 3 p.m.' TESTING APPARATUS, 1911. on 4th SEPTEMBER, MONDAY, be seen on »nd may for (n), (b), (c) Specifications Electrical of the Un_i at the office City application Bcer, Markets, Sydocy. Öueen Victoria CON-, Ker'certain ITEMS in the ANNUAL -(d) ECEOTRICAL1 for the SUPPLY of TRACT on MON3 o'clock p.m. ACCESSORIES, until 1011. 4th SEPTEMBER. DAY, seen on at be application for (d) may Specification and of A_sets Stores, the office of the Comptroller

T

regard for

i

hereby has been

j

BUILDERS. Those desirous

TO

|

Livcrpopl-strect,

of

city,

Belmont-bldg.,

INFORMAL. THOMAS

as

for at

Erection AUBURN. our

at LANG

IL

Clerk.

OP TENDERS

SEALED íituate

mises

STREETS

of Pre for the Lease SUSSEX HAY and for a of U Corner), period 1st 1912. from July, alteration of the corner In with together lmproifments, at be seen on application

Hornsby

or 21 j cars years Plan shoivine connection with

of

corner

the

PREMISES.

dating intended Street

fondltiona of Lea
and

Stores,

DAWES.

and

not

later

NOYlMBEtt,

Town

Hall, Sydney, 18th August.

COUNCIL

8YDNKY-'

OF

j^rnoc CONTRACTORSL

TO SEALED

TENDr.RS SUPPLY the

for signed WOOD BLOCKS, SEPTEMBER, 5th

of

under-

TUESDAY,

Town 18tb

etc., City

the

_

MOTOR

MOTOR-DRIVEN

suitable

otherwise,

or

REPAIRS Qcation and

to

the

undersigned under supply, MOWER, with in public for use

J.

OT

E

W

Sydney, August.

and

obtained H.

aU

other

O

A

mENDERS for Erection of X Andcrson-stroet, Belmore. be seen at "The may Roser," CLOSE 23th inst TENDERS

Clerk.

office

1'U.VllNG

for

Price

(stoic)_ "

Uno

cstenor

MAJOR

JOHN

hereby over

Oakey

Inspected Slure»'

erection for the Plans and spee-iflci Shire office or

Invited Creek. at

the

of the

0'Co_o_ll-6trect,

Association,

B.

mENDERS X Brick

Tenders

will nth,

be

received endorsed IV.VN

till 4 p.m. nich. ARMSTRONG.

Tuesday

on

up aq

_5Ürc_SlciJ?j_ ..

between

3

and

C.

MOOR, 83 Piü-fitrect, inst.

20th

closing

ers

with

council

obtained

from W,

BERTRAM

PAINTINO BAY. For IL HALE,

W.a close

Tenders apply Kingstone-aTcnne, the Erection

Erect-

toni

20/V"i

of

road

deep of and

of

con-

such

a

Women

women

work-

homo" Royal

8

p.m.

,

was

a

,

large

perly taught

and

dressed not by

and

fod,

2nd

SEPT.

2

Pltt-at,

Bv-emcy.

W.B.

Specifications Croydon Park.

of

caro

other

theory,

tholr

will

"nurseries"

sold. members

of

tho

Arts

Temiera per

day,

for

be

first ot their Vlckery's-chambors, when, Wednesday last, of

number

Herald._

coil

In

came

visitors

for

sale, were

of

Her will

and

for

celling, corded

tho and

both

quito altogethor

an

Mr. and ovation.

Mrs.

Mr.

thos

from

Irving The

curtain

floor

Furber

Mr.

of

lined

with

Lieutenant-Colonel WcBt

Middlesex

Dorothy

Bain,

Lewis

Potter

solemnised

at

7.30 at church

1C, The

p.m., was

and

friends, dered

"A

Mr.

by

BÄln bride's

and

violet,

hyacInthB. The marriage forth, youngest EugonU, Ashfield,

H.

Miss MIBS

After

the

Suttor

held

and

of

M.

Stephen ShadM. C. Shadforth. of the late grandson Thomas B7th Shadforth, with Regiment, M183 Mary older daughter of Mr. ond Mrs. was Bain, Dalsemar, Ashfield, St John's, Ashfield, on August Alfred by the Rev. Yarnold, decorated beautifully by girl renSong of Thanksgiving" wns C.

squnro

M'Koown.

effect, the left und

dcrcd

In

the seed

soft

as

was

crystal with

worn

for

this

(Sfit

_1H3,

making > alto.

Erection

living

gutters, llraelai-Hf.

of Cnvect,

Dividing WnUon's

raised

etc.

paths, Mnclnt.-ct.

10,

e.or.

upon

Labour

Fence,

and the

flowers

PLAN'S"änd^p"cdfl<'<.T is. W. H. £1 T>LANS,

X

Spec, £1.

from

(For

»ntinirarJon

al'Uchlan,

Houses, »Sj

Snecd, ree

designs, .Architect,

Cotts., ote., Norton-at

Index

tn

from prepared 7 Blighst. mod. designs, Leichhardt

Adverliscments.)

were

Mrs. Hickies-,

thur,

and were Mr. people, principally yoting and Mrs. Spencer Graham Mylno, Captain tho Misses MacarMrs. IL Parbury, Miss Laid and Mrs. Clnttcrirart, Lieut,

Bain

the

reception Inaxents. |quea

on

its

that

by

powers

and physical

are

j

I

I

¡

tassel

crystal

a

opened The

at

bodice

on

Bide

one

had

a

ovor one

carried

out with embroisilver with tucked being draped yoko was hand-embrol and A small pearls silver. was tucked Into the blossoms and a of waist, ring orango

eldo

square

groomsmen. held was

Supper Aha JAM.

After

at was

(be

Dalsemar

served Amoa_»t

ceremony bride by the

K you do not feel well Nerve Weakness, Indigestion, Tonic, and get well. It will

nlnon

dresses

and

the In

of

lawn. tho

The bllllnrd

woro

in

a

thoao

mar

pre

anaemia,

or

not

of

be without,

of

this

loss

fever,

the

a I

latter

and

state

I

strength-creating

and wasting whose work

of sleep,

and those

athletes,

is

still,

beaten.

never

to

care

know

may attacks

was

breakfnst

wedding room, and

numerous

and

tile

presents,

handsome,

were

served

tulle

und watch bridegroom. Miss Ella

sister.

Mr.

King. Stanton

A.

nctcd

and

coat

and

groomsmen. Wentworth

skirt

n

from

The

tailor-made velvet

left for their happy couplo amidst a Melbourne Bhower number of beautiful and largo wero

bou-

gifts

attended by her and Elslo Miss W. and Juit, Mr. A reception Hall, where

assembled. and

shower

wero

was

Crowhurst, KclBhaw,

E. as

afterwards held at about forty guests dress wns travelling

wns

blue

Her

voll. chnin

She

bride's

nervous

system."

DALY

JOHN

RA.

Instructor

Sgt.-Major

Army,

England.)

THE

The

futuro home confettt of

in A

presents

received._ IMPERATIVE NECESSITY POPULATION. FOE

i

found

sleep Sick

or

at

of special fever or

his It,

or

heard

may

tho

new the

strcet,

along

came

and

tho

building disease,

before

ho

for

be,

tho

over. ol the

of

tho on

the until It

States,of

was

Insomnia,

prise

Wo

Interest

lmvo

an

wera

of

a

It

America. not a benign

from morely

care,

tho

old

homo

to

the

ponsible will

bo

for

of oi>ly advanco

130,000

the

thoBO

ly, the

and

to

of

somt

£25

each,

comfortshore«.

these

It

ship's

less

paisa.«

aide, In

It

to will

feel

may

bo

nt

put

be

and

anxiety,

to

rest,

he

whelming

he

take

or

care

[

whole

him

he should

or

all

tunities

In

this

country energetic humanity The Is foregoing scheme.

The

provisional tion. cillions nnd

bim

Town

is

and wo

of

the

vital

citizens need

» ac-

la

w" of

deputation Lord

Mayor, »t

mealing public nugcestlons, This Is all

of to

and ">.

aoJ

question»,

In

grip

tenaciously. Ind"T-» powerlul W doubt such will

the

havo

and

press,

a

the a

the

concrete.

most

for

one

particular,

that

IM *J

flllfd-ln

necessary which Biiggestlon

vent

something

greatest it

to

tis

of

skeleton ho

ti»

opporgrand all strop, the lands.

Is

upon call

to

Hall

evolve

n

viz., wnlt

should

request

the

other

tail

refond becoma

to

may

«w

to

only

tim«, tho

tho What

with

agree mnric

recontlv

of

det.tlli

body.

I

due and of

affords

For

the

In

upon, not

«se. M

amorr

(nilen the b«nd.

by

cases,

but, tho advnnce, advertisers

of

best

». cm«

mental

that has

relied of

majority hlmsoir,

..

will

proper conveniences *«>t scheme of tho

essence

must

Immigrant

at»

Sydney,

£25

than

and

eirpenses is the

stinted

tho

no

given. will

I

tical

back and

mnny the tralla.

the

movement

business-like

ready sake T

of

and the

In every pracanil I know of

way,

anxious

to the

city,-

do likewise, State, and

for

Ans

etc..

am.

niCKARD.

AHTIIim

MUTTABY. »

with the new School of In connection H"**J\í¡ been annotated «**." N.C, office« ha« following 1" Instructor*--Staff Bourrant Hajon rtcgtacntal W. MrXennon, and O Win*. ¡Shipley, *» hare been ¡»Irrt«! "*? The ofllcrrj following Ihr course of Instruction at the Srdney rJnIrrnl01m» ll:-!.levttCo!one! 23 to October September Bear* W. Captain Everett, Major V. Fallon, B.JL Major F. S. Nwril, more J. K. Forsyth, Major OgWj I.11 'O. narry II. n Waitera, On*!» SmlUt "Sfffl Captain TT'»' 'Captain W. O. Marmbrldire, Major n P arorw from omeera will attend a lowinc W. A- Coron, 'to November 1-Major O It. J. Clan., Captain (Jrinlthi, Henderson. CapW« '? P Monarh. V.D., It. 0 Major JJ Major riutrhmnn. C. A. Ooiirtncr. Captain J.tt"J It. 0. Snorter, E. Siimmerhavfa, Captain Captain .1er, ".


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M«J»

W«Bi

^£$fí

FOR

CURE

SCIENTIFIC

EHJ3UMATIS1L

arrivals,

an In securing Instrumental too, at a cost, arrivals on original 10 years an interest of course, sum will, £26-which of Individual benefactor to each

130,000

con-

of

would to

maintenance employment

not

encouraged who friends

new

Indirectly

additional

be

of

locality that

all

not

!

home

temporary to

tlmated

of

new

'»or.

lo

shoulld advice

Loans adults

36.000

to jip

account

Instalments,

,by

from

money, faro

from British Europa committeo io Circular Quay-of wharf existing provided, say, by tho management will tho that and body Immigration leagues, to a to bo Into existence give effect brought movement now Immigration and revolutionary nnd«detcrmlnatiou. Is this: stated, tho scheme .Shortly of by men responsibility X Tho realisation and nnd country, and patriotism, In tho city institutions, ot commercial iby tho directors a and for great of tho paramount necessity from oversets, of population influx continuous about imto bring this aud a determination and permanently. mediately and responsible 2. That each individual tho advanco to citizen will guarantee patriotic and to adequately of say, £25, In order bum, of transferring tho cost encouragingly cover or from n British one adult nt least desirable Now or to village, district European town, his to it that and then seeing Wales, South and comfort tho of clvillBcd in WBy welfare, after. The is looked employment sultnblo In Into return without interest. Immigrant ada tho money 10E wook, stalments of, say, 12 lu, say. sum, returned vanced, and that to bo advanced be, sooner, or, may months, undor similar desirable emigrant to another 10 years, say, and thereafter tor, conditions, In and rethe to bo porsevored programme In a Buch a pracdecode. peated. Thereby, ot would freo loan £25, tor tho tical patriot, In tnstrumnots.1 and bonoflclcnUy be dlerotly 16 from 10 to Into tho Stato 'introducing If 10,000 Now, In people. priceless assets did likewise, citizens and patriotic responsible of nn for the Incoming and woro responsible In a decade thero would average of 13 porsons, ai of now 130,000 thereby be an accession most a Then-and in the next 10 years. rivals favourably newcomer point-every Important bo certain In this country will circumstanced ct one member and help at least to persuado over come or a mato or friend, to, his family, ever-Increasing opportunities and share in tho will nothing of tho State-tor and prosperity and extend prosperity create opportunities will Ino Not then only like population. resbo .directly of immigration friends 10,000 but they homo-not

committee.

penses

or

tho

the

It» were received, repayments aal fund would be replenished, automatically The (himself always operative. immigrant whole cost of would repay the or'herself) his or her outlay-preliminary Individual ex-

that a citizen, then prlvato Mrs. to the rescue, official, came Government ImFriend," "the Immigrants' Chisholm, her heroic herself by and unselfish mortalised and wolfaro the dovotlon to peace, happiness, of tho bowllderod Btrnngers. Now, In a meais the tho of Mrs. Chisholm sure, example solution of the of the kays, to tho key, or one Lot every responsible population problem. tho and personally, citizen be, financially friend of one or more immigrants, and lot and compublic every financial Institution u fund for substantially to pany contributo faroB of the and expenses tho ample payment be the of who would of numbera Immigrants,

special

by

iropayoblo transfer ably As monthly

Cape-

This on

«1 ln

fund

Immigration from £250

(say be an

£900,000. trustees

high rat« 300 such

say,

If, an

to

¡ClOOO would

there of

combined

system

of

of

nverngo

a

'bearing

advance

¡CG000) upon trolled

King people

some

commorce, all time.

for

stltutlons

days,

early

waa

and

wrenches

arrival,

top

Lassitude,

you, get Clements in cases up the system medical or operations, Australasia. Try it

Govern-

market

slave

cotton

Brain-fag, trouble

throughout

it

colonists,

from

remove

town

sell

at depot, there domiciled to engage them.

at and

in

wasting

something system

Immigration

(when dumped

if

;

value

homo

old

from

rest

Headache,

and STORES

ment

one

of

or

ean

nattier hat.

costly

be

attacks

himself nil read

Mr. and Mrs. EdLalor conservatory. loft for their Dykes honeymoon by motor The dress was of Medlow. bride's travelling do with black satin nmothyst.cachomlre sole, facings, and a hat to match. At St BarnabaB' of Englnnd. Church George street on C. West, Sydney, July G, Robert son of Mr. Stapleton, of Melbourne, only of was married Charles Stapleton, Sydney, to Nina of T. CrowGertrude, daughter Mr. was hurst, of Redfern. Tho ceremony pertho formed by the W. A. Charlton, Rev. decorated church being very tastefully with and a bell of flowers wedding by members school. The the sunday bride, who was given woro away by her falhi-r. Ivory cropo de chine, and and also a of orange blossoms wreath embroidered

cannot eat, Biliousness

timos

which displayed

for

quet the

you

CHEMISTS

the In mund

an

if

severe

after

ALL

indigestion.

son

|

"

s

;

vQ

'

a

serious

after

third of Mr. Stanloy Willmott, EDITOR HERALD. TO THE OF THE of Birmingham, James of Mr: Willmott, one who has somo thought given Cocks, andSir,-As Miss Ellen Margaret with the of peopling England, consideration to problem Arthur Cocks, Alderman daughter of this tens of indeed, only country with thousands, Har of Oomoobah, and Mrs. Cocks, other hundreds of of Britons and M.L.A-, thousands, nt tho place Bay, took been rlson-stro«. Neutral dcBlrable I havo naturally Europeans, on Saturday, Mosman, Church, which havo tho results Congregational disappointed with being the coromony performed dressby flowed August 19, from tho efforts of the two patriotic Tho bride's Rev. J. Austin. M.A. all-too tho and from the Immigration leagues, and crystal satin, with ponrl was of and Now ivory of the Federal rcstrained attitude was of Brussels luce, Tho voll the trimming. South State Governments. I have she Woles and carried blossom wroalh, orange and with of the long susTho highest appreciation of flowers. white a shower bouquot Mr. tained of Dr. M.L__. Misa labourB Arthur, Hudson, were Miss Amlo brldesmaidB offlcors und InHerbert E. and the Parrott. Easton, and Miss Doris Jessie Lonsdalo, I have dividual members of the but hallstono muslin leaguos, Tbolr dresses were of while how results must and recognised futile be, and long lace Insertion, with Matlese trimmed and people, the direcwith coffee-coloured unless tho responsible ulnk ribbon sashes, pale and and tors of tho financial Institutions public ribbon hats with pink straw trimmed take this In up paramount question to them being companies bridegroom'« gifts poas; .sweet and but Miss not only Bystemntlcally, symto Hudson, earnest, a matrix pendant turquoise well. I with a Stow pathetically as ontlroly agroo and Nelllo a Lonsdalo, banglo to Miss bouthat of and shower tho suggestion the question immigraMiss to Parrott, art banglo was Is to be further Tho best man tion too vital deferred any of-pink oweet peas, quots and IndifMr. King to dilly-dallying, hesitant, possibly Mr. Erle Birks, and the groomBmen tho however as J. After ferent Governments, who, much and WillmottMr. Barraclougb statesmen realise the of tho at Waringa thoy muy gravity a was hold ceremony reception the loath to take amongst situation, are, ns politicians, the being Hall, following and that alone Is sufficient, E. M.L.A., prodigious load, which W. V. Robson, guests:-Mr. who and fear of arousing the hostility of those Dr. and Mrs. Purcer, Mr. for Mrs. Robson, as a comand Mrs. an Mr. Tonant, mistakenly regard Immigrant William Hudson, Mrs. all exand Mrs. J. Vinden, In fact, as Mrs. Mr, petitivo Intruder, wheu, and TUlock, Mr. Tvlr. and Mrs. Poison, and and Mrs. perience history prove, ho 1B a splendid Mr. Edward, W. E. industrial factor in and extending Susmnn, Mr. and Mrs. creating Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Ward, and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert activities enterprises. Ward, Mrs. A. J. looked tho Mr. and Into, Mrs. Arthur Roberts, The more the suggestion'l8 Hobson, Mr. and must convinced the public bo that, moro M'Donnld, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. and and and In a Mr. and Mrs. M'Intosh, Mr. .rrled wisely, Mrs..Edgar, out resolutely Tho and C. Gibb. with tho and Mr. MrB. way, hearty co-operaMrs. Parrott, business-like a skirt willi stake In dress was coat and of every a the bride's golng-away tion patriot and with groen, solvo norpoletto It must thu most baffling proof summer tweed, country. and set of of ribbon, ever UB. It is unwith three shades blem that confronted Idlo, a hat wasteful lo Govern furs. and roly upon squirrel profitable, at tho was solemnised Blessed and A marriago
would

I

others

that

time

or

I

fell

medicine

a

facts

was

Imperial

I

which

fringe,

Championship

told

totally

that

and am Of the

player.

(Signed)

feathers. Tbe marriago

,

and handball and of India,

hockey,

at

use

was,

I

to-day.

and also as a tonic for weakens the body and debilitates

Bilious-

Indigestion,

pink of and pink carried bouquots bats, brooches, which, with their dagger hynclnths, Mr. J. of tho bridegroom. were tho gifts and Mr. 0. Whitfield best man, Grant was of All The organist (brother) groomsman. "Wedding Klrklnnd, played the Saints', Miss was breakfast sorved March." The wedding being Hall, about 40 guests the Oddfellows' ,nt for left Later Mr. and Mrs. Hughes present. dress being travelling Tamworth, tho bride'B blue with Oriental trimmings, cloth ¡ nattier with straw trimmed a hat of black tagol ''and white

I

health

perfect

consistent

its

had been

which

health,

of

result

had

friend

is

strength

i

¡who

and

appetite

The

in

my Australian medicine.

as

illness,

all

Anaemia

regained.

white

on

be,

try

not

was

rapid

'

and

to

Australian Clements

an

to

me

(Late

were Mra. and the Missel Shadforth,] W. E. L. and Mrs, Mr. and Mrs. P. Bain, Mr. V. Miss Miss Bain, MIBB Learmonth, Logan, E. Mrs. Docker, Mr. and Wilfred Stephen, Mrs. H. Mrs. MIBB Junot Stophcn, Lovegrovo, Walter McBSrs. Watt, Lord, Rev. A. Yiirnold, M. Learmonth, Stephen, Shadforth, A. and M'Whannell, Logan, Backhouse M'Kenzle, The J. J. W. Jones, and 0. M'Keown, HarriB, and were numerous handsome. presents took nt Saints', SingleA wedding plnce All on Allan, only ton Saturday, July 20, when of Milton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arls Hughes, Vera, daughter married to Nellie eldest was Mrs. P. A. of Slngloton. Mr. and Whitfield, of the Kirkland church John officiated, Tho Rev. The decoratod by friends. being prettily waa father, who given away by her bride, Insertion wore silk nlnon trimmed with white of blossoms orange and fringe, nnd a coronet a tulle veil. She carried and embroidered which, shower of whlto bouquet hyacinths, ot tho a was the gift with dagger brooch, The bridesmaids woro Miss MauJ bridegroom. Plnyford, and Miss Laurie ?'?Whitfield (sister) wore

is

remedy,

all

in

public

Blood,

in

"

flag

used

my

football,

held the

l

The

fever,

it Engprocurable who resided relatives, my wife's the Manning River, I had some

health-restoring

back am

I

these

Australian is

and it

Smith,

advised

through

Sydney, found

splendid

keen

blood

and

I

came

strengthener.

the

Street, me.

Gradually lost,

who

reliable

but

time,

"

China, Clements

1

over nlnon

a

a

Aus-

I

Gordon

ushers. satin

cream

which

and

train,

MesBrs.

acted of

was

embroidery.

Bided dery, nlnon,

to acwas

Mrs.

Learmonth

pink, wltb with tunic, edged In points, ending the

Percival

of

and

shell

silver

Mr.

Ron

J.

dress

mnuvo

with

me,

Sick Headache, Flatulency, Brain Constipation, Fag, are soon relieved curative by its powers.

from

wero

to

ness,

16,

Malaria

with

George

is

of in

India,

nerve

medicine

this

effect

Poor

bouquet

gifts

trimmed

a

as

and

quickly

orango

and

groomsman. Mrs. A. Bruce

nnd

it

recuperative

in

at reception Springfield, Darllnghur.st-road, residence of Mrs. H. aunt of the W. Suttor, tho Later Dr. and Stokes loft bride. Mrs. for the bride n tbetr honeymoon, wearing violet crepe de and a hat of Btraw chino, tagel

pres-

were

J.

Africa,

Wherever

its

masters

the

of

source

alone

that

Gray

sent

by persons life. and private In Weakness or cases of Wasting is slow, Fever, where the recovery

a

IrB. H. Wednesday

by

Dr.

ceremony

Miss

on

the

as

pendant

The

in

upon

professions ranks of

bride, and Kathleen sister of the bridegroom. Tholr rose-coloured dresses crope de chine were worn bats with of biscuit-coloured tagel with and trimmed with straw, lined roso-plnk carried of violets violets. They bouquets and wore from tho jewelled brooches, gifts Dr. H. S. was beat bridegroom. Marsh man,

Edwell,

of performance Theatre MaJeBty's long bo remembered houso was crowded

Miss In August Mr.

woro roses bridesmaids

and

the

Not

sent

M.

held

wreath

a

Jewelled

heather slsten Stokes,

and Crafts Society at their homes" on 76 Pitt-street, a of the spite rain, the went and durlhe

and Canada. farewell

Her

white

with

bridegroom. Gay Suttor,

carving; Pearson, and deMisses More and lcatherwork Weston, MIB'S Creed, Miss Blencilllng; signing; Louden, Mrs. Soder metal and cnamol work; repousse metal MIBB Yeomans, rcpousBO work; borg, MIBB BamMrs. bookbinding; Munday, pottery; Miases carvleather the King, work; berger, Newman, and tho Misses ing and designing; china painting. and Atkinson, Eozon, exof a spécial 'At tho November beginning articles of hibition will be when typical hold, on character will be Australian and designs send view for so that purchasers may sale, Christmas for them to friends tho mail Engby

ving at cvonlng

veil

the

view crafts on arts and were and Included some and charming n of work. Among lue pieces leather Miss Miss work;

carving;

mothor's

but

tralia,

waves,

last

blossoms.

Different

dav.

ent,

Burning and

stone

show

to

good medicine

a

use.

general

tend

will

how distant known from


visitors.

by

at

It

Vincent

home"

her

"at

tho

Tho one

and to

woro

women

but how to by practice, It is that chlldron. hoped ono bo shortly started, It Is much and one at Surry whore needed, Hills, In tho MISB Goldschmidt, at North Sydney. of Mrs. illnosB Zlotowiskl, absence through Tho the duties of hon. undertook secretary. branch In tho Wollomooloo ladles Interested a matlneo are of tho oragnislng Day Nursery that Instilu aid of funds for entertainment at Ure matlneo Is to tako place tution. The Theatre on September 7. Palace Thursday, has kindly promised when Miss Ethel Irving momshort assisted by to give a performance, be a serand will bors of her company, thero a very largo ies of pictures. Already moving havo for tho entortalnment number of tickets take

hlbltlors

COTTAGE",

tho

400

letter

maker

M'Cauloy, ROBIYH, Coogee, was Saturday afternoon to n few of her who were Invited to meet friend^, Mrs. and MISB Joseph Blascheck Mildred tho afternoon muBlc was Wiighton. Du.'lng contributed Miss by Miss Mildred Wrlguton, May Sumnierticilc. Madama Mrs. Constantine, Slmpson-Bnikio, and several other ladles. An dance enjoyable was on given Friday, E. August 11, by Mrs. Campbell, at her residence. Craignish, Carrlngton-road, Waverley. The decorated ballroom was with buttercup and and greenery; wattle daffodils and yellow ribbons used for the Tho being supper-room. hostess a dross of wore handsome black satin and lace. numberad about The guests and seventy, Included Mesdames Lcvcrrler, and the King, Lupton, Misses Campbell(2), (2), E. Shaw Leverrlor King (2), Lupton, Smith (4), Astrldge. King, Scott, Fuller, Parsons, Collins. Matbcrson Smart (2), Mackellar, IOrutll, Higginbotham, and Mfcssrs. Lorne, Campbell, Turnor, Perry, Riley, W. Astrldge, Dr. Bean, Scott, Krutll, Fullor, GarLindsay, diner, Campbell, King, Cyril Lupton, Thompson, Webster, Kody (2), Chauncey, Shaw and Lucas. Smith, Robin, Moons, Stacy, Dr. Frank son of Mrs. Oliver Stokes, cldcBt H. A. and H. Stokes, Mosman, the late Mr. A. England, StokeB, Harrogate, Yorkshire, to Bruce eldwaa married Miss Ruby Suttor, est of and A. Bruce daughter Mr. Mrs. Suttor,_ at St Wahnanie, Findlay-nvenue, Chntswood, on John's Church, Wednesday Darlinghurst, was August 23, The ceremony performed by the Rev. E. C rector of St Beck, John's Church, The Darlinghurst. bride, who was given away satin by, her father, woro Ivory Charmeuse, with a of trimmed veiled tunic nlnon, with the bodice was trimmed with silk fringe; Bllvor and and the ponrl embroidery, yokoi was of Point be Venise and she wore1 lace,

allowed

lu of

Imparted Council

100

Mrs.

"at

papers the

their papers, Information

much bo

Oddfellows' about

yes-

wclfnre

only

and

Danco, arranged was Miss I. Cohen, on Hall, Waverley, guei-tx being present. Mr. B. Luscombe acted

and

This

rely

30 times, Instead of the usual of posy orange in were profusion Bhowerod at glrdlo the actor and amidst the great actress, st the hem of the tunic The hund touchmENDERS Mr. In a ¡blossoms greatest enthusiasm. Irving, tad .X onlv. Waterview. Bay,_: bad embroidered voll been previously worn little Bald his visit to speech, Sydney ing residences. Ewart and mother. diamond nnd mENDCRS, 2 large all by the bride's Her Brickwork, most ho wished to thank been happy, PL.nl, Hurling Point. X Sons, Órcei>.-"iki-nv.. off l>. and blossoms bo 'pearl pendant bouquet of white and to for tholr groat kindness, hoped Terrace of 'wore from Miss Kathfor Dampcouralng and-Repair». after cheer was gifts the bridegroom. ablo to return later. Cheer TENDER old Cottage*. 115 .lohnston-stTJlyfleld^tram._ erine Bain (sister the Miss Alice oudlence allow of bride), before the would largo given mTÍNDEÍflor BRICKWORK. Top end of Raglan-st, Shadforth of the and (sister bridegroom), to Mr. Irving go. Gillett and Son, S. Builders.___ Mrs. Miss noted na bridesmaids. X_Milkman^ Mr. and Ogilvie Mudge n'Bockett LaBt Auesday evening «Id. lor on Gas and short cream silk mO PLUMBERS.-'lenders Putiiiig wore not drcsBes over a house In They ¡¿ctlnnd. who have taken SMge While's Innes), X ele. joli. Eluabeth-at, (Glen Watrr, the front and back outlined an ensatin, panels with for the winter months, gave liciv Cnrniigton-rd, cliff-road cotts., each finished the for Floorlayliig, of satin, at hem riniNDlifiS nod were rouleaut dapce at Baumnnn's rooms, «r. CIQBS. .lob ready. joyable X Waverley, Charing roses. The had bebo bodices square In with pink d.utghtors entertaining Piicô~ïo Tilca, 4 veranassisted by their with lay of darned two small wreaths ball-room was with yokes net, Corunna-rd. frontil An'elalc. The draped QliLELAYEli.-Wanted, Stickler's their gut'Bts. dahs. job. roses the and a of at waist, fringed pink and were bobo Burwood. P. J. daffodils artistifor Cotts., and jonquils, \ENDEHS wanted pr. Bli. flags with from satin scarf net, falling Annandale, the tables. The hosend, veiled on supper a" Ward, Architect, arranged 77.. P'mattn-rd, cally sido. Tholr natln hats the left large black dress of allotment. Cann woro a handsome black satin, for fencing tess TANTEO, Price with a choux of black lace. Ncwsg Agy. of black lace and jet, were trimmed Hoe-kil.ilc. opp. a overdress VC ynn, Rocky l'oinl-rd, with tunic with bow and white with Their borqi'rts, Einplrn was In satin, pink Act). Is 100, Is Sd Miss Ogilvie IME SHEETS (Ind. Disputes wero of the Miss Maudo lends, and gold bangle« gilts tub., and Ogil Ss di lort», fti P» Oil eountij': Wafies nitioñ overdress, po'ttd Mr. Leonard wns best Award« lo ilnte. Is veiled Slnplien Builders' Wigci Ho-ird wore dark red satin, 'bridegroom. Boole; «11 vl» Hear Moorc-slreet Messrs Marcus and Keith CiiFlierengli-itreel, who man. and K'Kcnzip (Id ZIOVS, 11 Ihe guests, with nlnnn Amongst on

group,!.

Lime

the

300

Mascott"

and 'TOdson of ceremonies.

on AuMonday night, ElizaSociety's Houso, Cullen nnd Lady Lady their of signified Intention All members of the executive aro also be Asexpected'to present the and all delc members of council In are cortaking the conference part

Mnklnson,

Mortlake.

one

of and

UUR'NERS.-Wauled,

LISIE

TO

Plain iiuninnrc-sl.

hold

botween

"La

Blxth attendance at tho meeting of Sydney Day Nursery annual Association held at the Patriotic Club, Bull's on afterThursday chambers, Moore-street, The Cullen presided. assonoon, when Lady and the ciation In 1805, day nurswas formed Institutions Is of the moBt deserving ery one in midst, As Cullen, In her Bympn our Lady to thotlo said It enabled mothers go Bpeech, well and to children were work, knowing tholr tholr tended absence, being prosafely during

land 62

erection

for

Cottige.

in were

conference

"at

interesting

of two-story Plans and Bcamish-st, Campsie. Estate C. Agent ROBINSON,

the undersigned. FORD, Architect.

wanted

Brick EeeniUTyncH'lc.

session

numbered

Goldsmld

Invited.

Tho

4._

X

the

Broroton

Gay

Interesting showing

National

tholr an

Títere

gavo

invited for etc., of 2 Brick Cot Erection, Plans and (semi-detached), at Cantcrhuiy. mav be seen at Ro^'uiond, George-stre-et, Tenders olo
gates dially

anil

linfield.

at P.

Shops at

The

gust 2S, In tho at beth-street, Hall have King being prcsont.

at

Croydon.

REPAIRS and at NEUTRAL ALFRED

ERECTION

for

to

room,

mwlcrn P_lai:c ípn

F. Vickery's-chambcru, 2Pth and 2 o'clock,

aro

last

and

each

time.

been

Cottage, specification

apply

invited.for

pro

Sydney.

Sept 2, for Saturday, RESIDENCE at GLADESVILLE. C. MARTYS, Architect,

invited mENDERS are X site Dear street Plana and specifications, ELLIOTT. _O.

is

Lo club.

and

Hong

Singapore, Guard, China.

severely

illness, During my hospital of my regiment, Warrant Officer which he had used, but Tonic,

and the United Kingdom Tonic is used by those

'!'.

Sydney.

September

of H.

a

until

and

the

attacked

was

I

"

DALY.

at C5

on

_

COUNCIL.

"SHIRE

are

Bridge be may the of

Pitt-etrect

street_

invited

for

HOSPITAL.

STLE

ll/S/'ll._Secretary.

TENDERS

Speed

from

Plan and Edvvin-strcct,

for

_Gladesville.

about delivered

the 28th will he received up to MONDAY, SUNDRY to REPAIRS and ADDITIONS X-RAY the PLANT at theseen above Hospital. and full oballons can be particulars SpecüT to whom at the Hospital, from the undersigned, tained should be addressed. Tenders endorsed S. L. LAING,

new a fions

and

MACDONALD, Architect 120

Wynyard-strect, W.B. G-roomed

RESIDENCES and particulars Hunter

2

TENDERS SHOP ing

a

TENDERS 'AUGUST, for

.pYLESTONE

Invited

are

FIVE

mENDERS X lnsn.

Mil,_

PAINTING.-Wanted, Lavender of lochcair,

obtained

Bcll's-chambers,

appliestioi

on

NESBITT, Town

Hall, -.'»til

be BOYD

Club Tuesday

Goldschmidt

.-

Mrs.

of

carnival

i

Town

be

rosy Clerk, THOMAS

particular