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BREWSTER (Marjorie Seabrook).—On     March 6, at Brighton Community Hospital,  

to Mr. and Mrs. Les Brewster—a son (War-

rick Neville).

BUTTLER.—On March 5, at Eildon House, Ballarat, to Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Buttlcr,

Corindhap—a son.

CLEMENTS (née Harty).—On March 6, at Mercy Hospital, to Kenneth and Margaret

—a son.

GOUGH (Cross).—On March 7, at Strath- more, to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gough—a daughter (Pamela Jane). (Both well.)

GUNNERSEN (Joy Wittman).—On March 6. at Mercy Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Gunnersen—a son. (Both well.)

HOLLINS.—On March 6, to Constance and W.O. Allan Hollins (A.I.F., returned) —a   daughter (Joan Constance).

LOUTIT.—On March 6, at Churston pri- vate hospital, to L.-Cpl. and Mrs. Ian Loutit

—a son.

MASEY (née Headdey).—On March 4, at St. George's Hospital, Kew, to Noel, wife of Lieut. Stanley Masey (A.I.P.)—a daugh-

ter (Robin Noel).

STALEY (De Salis).—On March 3, at St. Andrew's, to Lieut, and Mrs. Blyth Staley—  

a daughter.  


GILLIES—BISHOP.—On March 9, 1883, at Musselburgh, Scotland, by the late Rev.  

J. G. Beveridge, Robert, youngest son of the late James and Elizabeth Gillies, to Janet

Jamieson, youngest daughter of the late John and Margaret Bishop, (Present address, 3 Ridgeway-avenue, Kew.)


On Active Service

BOWDEN.—On December 13, 1942. lost air operations off Norway, Pilot-Officer Huie Westland Bowden (R.A.P.), only son of Norman and Violet Bowden, late of India, now of England, and brother of Evelyn, of Dohnavur, India, aged 25 years.

ROBERTSON.-On February 27, at Darwin, Sgt.-Ob. W. R. C. (Billbobs), much-loved nephew of Nan. -One of the best.

ROBERTSON, Sgt.-Obs. W. R. C. - In affectionate remembrance of Bob, loved friend and comrade of the 3rd Camberwell Scouts (St. Mark's).

            her son-in-law, 36 Victoria street. Williams- town, Jessie, widow of the late Thomas Reid Bett, beloved mother of Isabel and George Millard, aged 82 years. (Privately interred Williamstown Cemetery March 8.)

BRINKWORTH.-A token of love and esteem to our fellow member, Mrs. E. G. Brinkworth, who passed away on March 7 at Middle Park, (Inserted by president and members of Ladies' Middle Park Bowling


BRINKWORTH.-On March 7. at 14 Park road. Middle Park, Ellen, loving and true friend of E. E. Burgess and L, Wendt. -Always remembered.

BROWN.-On March 8, at Prince Henry's Hospital, William, deaily beloved husband of Rose E. Brown, 21 Walpole street, Kew, .and loved father of William, Ethel (Mrs. E. J. Taylor), Lily (Mrs. D. Duncan), Marie (Mrs. W. Leckie), aged 55 years.

BRYANT.-On March 6, at his residence, 44 Orrong road. Armadale, Edward Bryant, loving husband of Evelyn Gertrude.

BUTLER.-On March 8 (suddenly), George James Arthur, eldest son of the late George and Amelia Butler, aged. 78 years.

CIANTAR.-On March 7, at Alfred Hos- pital. Michèle, beloved father of Joseph, Frank, Pauline, and Mary, of 150 Munro st.,

West Coburg, aged 61 years.

CONRADI.-On March 5. Geoffrey Nicholas, dearly loved nephew of Irene and Bill Easton and Bob Jobling, aged 3 years.

DENSON.-On March 7, at Cobram, at the lesidcnce of her son. Roy, Elizabeth, dearly loved wife of the late Scott Denson. and loved mother of Walter, Eva (Mre. G. Wyatt). Mary (Mrs. W. Hiles), Roy, and Ella (de- ceased), aged 75 years. -At rest.

EARL.-On March 8 (suddenly), at 46 Scott street, Essendon, Caroline Ada, widow of the late Charles Augustus Earl, loving mother of Charles Thomas (Bill), aged 54


ELY.-On March 8, at Wangaratta, Regin- ald A. L. S. Ely. aged 85 years.

FAULKS.-On March 7 (suddenly), at Korongvale, John, dearly loved husband of Edle, and father of Hilda, Marjorie (Mrs. O. G. Smith), Jean (Mrs. F. B. Mathews), - Beita, father-in-law of Cliff and Fred, lov-

ing poppa of Sidney, Gregory, and Daie. -Wonderful husband and father, loved by


GIASEMI.-On March 8, at Fairfield Hospi- tal, Douglas, loved son of Nicholas and Helen Glaseml, of 86 Swan street, Rich- mond, loving brother of Mary. Flora. Gias emi, Garry, and Peter, aged 3 years. -Re

quiescat in pace.

JONES.—On March 4 (result of accident), Ivy Evel>n, beloved daughter of Margaret and the late Allan Jones, of 77 Park street, St. Kilda. (Privately cremated. March 8, at Springvale )

KARMEL - On March 7 (result of acci- dent), Sarah Leah, beloved only daughter of the late Jacob and Rachel Karmel, and loved sister of Ellis and Ray. (Privately cremated on March 8.)

MacKENZIE.-On March 8. at his resi- dence, Prince street. Myrtleford, William Welch, eldest son of the late Hector and Chilstmn MacKenzle. brother of Clarence (decea&ed), Dolf (deceased), Arthur, Hector, liflund (deceased), Alfred (deceased). Alice (Mrs Kelly), Sherman, Teenie, Ame. aged

85 years.

NORMAN. - On March 5, at her home, Powerscourt street, Maifra, Florence Mary, dearly loved wife of Albert Edward Norman. end levin? mother to Mary and Charles. ^

NORMAN.-On March 5, at her home, Pi/w^i^touit street. Maffra, Florence Mary, loved sister of Muriel Vines and Jessie


PONSFORD.—On March 7, at Echuca,   William Moorhouse, loved cousin of Una, tCarl, Keith, and Nancy. (Inserted by Ona tEehbeig, nee Moorhouse.)

PRESTON.-On March G, at Avoca, Nellie, belo, ed wife of the late John T. Preston, Mid loved mother of Leslie, John, and Lor íainne (deceased), aged 38 years.

PRESTON.-On March 6, at Avoca, John Tho.nas, beloved husband of the late Nellie . Picston. and loved father of Leslie, John, 'and Lorralnno (deceased), aged 42 years.

PRESTON.-On March 6, at Avoca, Lor   rainne Beverley, loved daughter of the late 'Jtln Thomas and Nellie Preston, and loved titter of Leslie and John, aged 4Vi months.

PRESTON.-On March 6, at Avoca, Nellie, loved daughter of Louisa and the late James li- en. and loved sister of\ Charles, May (Mis. N. Payne), Mary, Percy, and Edith (Mis Beavis), and loved niece of Mrs. S'mmons and Matthew Gribble, aged 36


PULLIN.—On March 8, at a private hos- pital. Ambrose Pullin, of 8 Linacre road, Hampton, the beloved husband of the late Mary, loved father of Bert (deceased), Alice (deceased), Lily (Mrs. G. Jones, N.Z.), May (Mrs. J. B. Rocke), Violet (deceased), Jim (Leongatha), and Stella (Mrs. O. A. Wood), and father-in-law of Mattie, George, Jim, and Oscar, aged 90 years. -Peace, perfect


QUINN.—On March 8, at private hospital, Mary Ann Quinn, of 30 Wimba avenue, Kew,   dearly loved second daughter of the late Patrick and Johanna* Quinn, of Numurkah, and loved sister of Nora, John (deceased). Ellen (Mrs. Mattlla, deceased), James (de- ceased). William, Thomas (deceased). Mar- gal et. Dan, Johanna (Mrs. George), and Patrick. -Rcquiescat Jn pace.

RITCHIE.-On March 8, at private hos- pita], Malvern, Elsie May, the dearly be- loved wife of Robert Ritchie, of 13 Rugby loud. Oakleigh, loved mother of Greta.

RITCHIE.-On March 8, at private hos- pital. Malvern, Elsie May, dearly beloved daughter of Samuel and Maria Hutchins, of


RITCHIE-On March 8, at private hos- pital. Malvern, Elsie May, dearly beloved sister of Millie and Peter Campbell, lov-

ing aunt of Jean, Leongatha.    

ROBERTSON.—On March 6, at Camber-     well, Eliza Jane, the beloved aunt of Nell and Will, grandaunt of Jock, Pete, Bob (de-  

ceased). Helena and Peter  

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RODGERS.-On March 5. Eleanor (Nellie), youngest and last member of the family of the late Thomas and Sarah Rodgers, of Pamley, Melbourne road, Lilydale.

ROLLS--On March 7, at his residence, 63 Wade .street. Golden Square, Charles A., loved son - of the late Josiah and Agnes Rolls, devoted brother of Bella (deceased), Jim (deceased), Agnes (Mrs. W. Darcey). Sid. Jos (deceased). Nell (Mrs. Bubb), Norm, and Lily, aged 59 years.

SAVAGE.—On March 8, at her residence, 17 Glyndon av., Brighton. Louisa, devoted aunt of Eva and Cecil Reeve, and great aunt of Betty, John, Ted, and Patricia. -R.I.P.

SAVAGE.-Ou March 8 (suddenly), at 17 Glyndon avenue. Brighton. Louise, beloved wife of John J. Savage. -Rest in peace.

SAVAGE.-On March 8. at her residence. 17 Glyndon avenue, Brichton, Louisa, much loved aunt of Jim and Ila Reed, and great aunt of Kevin. -R.I.P.

TELFORD (McLennan).-On March 8, at 190 Inkerman street, East St. Kilda, Elspeth Wedderburn, loved wife of Hugh, eldest daughter of late James and late Sarah McLennan, loved sister of Sarah, Jim (deceased), Alf, and Annie, loved auntie of Jean, Prank, Dot. and Bub Crellln. -At


TREWIN.-On March 7. at his residence. Dandenong House, Foster street. Dandenong, David, the dearly beloved husband of. the lato Jeannie Trewin, and devoted father of Dot (Mrs. J. S. Mills), aged 58 years. -Peace, perfect peace.

WASHINGTON.-On March 6, at Loreto Convent, Normanhurst, Sydney, Sister Mary Leonard (Winifred Washington), daughter of the late John ard Mary Washington, of Woodend. -R.I.P.

WILSON.-On March 6, at her residence, 4 Lansdowne road. East St. Kilda, Sarah Jane, loving mother of Cls. Muriel, Tom, and Bert (Sale). (Privately cremated March


WILSON.-On March 6. at East St. Kilda, Sarah Jane, loved friend of Dulce Milne.

WORBOYS.-On March 8, at Canterbury, Rev. James Worboys, of Broadoak, 6 Wattle Valley road, Canterbury, loved father of Lilian, Eunice, Rox. Ethel, John (U.S.A.). diarios, Fred (A.I.F.), Cliff (R.A.A.F.). and Torrey, aged 78 years. -Transferred to higher service. (Interstate papers, please copy. )_


Roll of Honour-On Active Service

McDONELL.-A tribute to a gallant little gentleman. Sgt^Pllot Russell McDonell, killed aircraft accident. Isle of Man, March 9, 1942. (Major and Mrs. N. D. Fethers and family.)

SCHROETER. - Flight-Sergeant L. In memory of our beloved Bing. (Inserted- by his sister, Kathleen.)

SCHROETER. - A tribute to the memory of our highly esteemed comrade, Flight-Ser- geant Leonard Schroeter, of Winchelsea, who passed away on March 9, 1942, in-Northern Australia. One of the best. (Inserted by returned R.A.A.F. personnel of Armament Section, No. 3 Squadron.)

THOMPSON.-In loving memory of my dear husband, who has been presumed dead from operational training flight over the North Sea, March 9, 1942. -Lovely memories till we meet-again. (Inserted by his loving wife, Mary Thompson.)

ANDERSON.-A loving tribute to the memory of a dear wife and mother. Mar- garet Isobel, who passed away on March 9. 1942. (Her husband, daughter May, and son-in-law Harold.)

ARMSTRONG.-In fond memory of our loving mother. Bessie, who' passed away March 9, 1941, Also our dear father. Wil- liam, on September 30, 1931. -Loved and re- membered always. (Inserted by their loving daughter, Chrissle, and family, East Mal-


BAILEY.-To have and to hold, and then to part, is the greatest sorrow of a human heart. (Inserted by his mother for Gordon, who passed away March 9, 1937.)

BAILEY.-In ever-loving memory of our dear brother, and our uncle, Gordon, March 9. 1937. result of an accident. -Our thoughts of you will never fade away. - (Inserted by his loving brother, Bill; sister-in-law, Lynne; and Russell.) .

BAILEY.-In loving and cherished memory of my dear brother, Gordon, who passed away March 9, 1937. -You are always in my thoughts, dear. (Inserted (by his loving sis- ter, Stacie, and brother-in-law. Billy Roche.)

BAILEY.-Cherished" memories of our dear brother and" our uncle, Gordon, died March 9, 1937; also father, who fell asleep June 28 1942. -For ever in our hearts oro mem- ories of ones we love. (Inserted by Freda, Vic, and children.)

BAILEY.-In treasured memory of darling Gordon, who was taken from usi March 9, 1937. aged 22 years. -God's greatest gift, remembrance. (Never forgotten by Gwyn,


COCKROFT.-Memories of Joy, who passed away March 9, 1942. - Remem- brance. (U. and ß. McEwan and Neil.)

GILROY.-A tribute of love to the memory of my laving wife and our dear sister, Trix, who passed away on March 9, 1939. -Not just

today, but every day, in silence we remember. I (C. Gilroy, sisters, and brothers.)

HUNTER.-In loving memory of our dear mother,' who passed away March 9, 1942. -Never forgotten. (Inserted by sons and


KELLY.-In loving memory of Joseph James Kelly, who passed away on March 9, 1941. -A little token, true and tender. Just to show we still remember. (Inserted by his loving wife and daughter, Peggy.)

KEYS.-In loving memory of our dear sister, Bessie, who passed to a higher life March 9, 1942. (David and sisters.)

LANCASTER.---in loving memory of my   dear wife and our dear mother, who passed away March 9, 1940. ---Always in our thoughts. (Inserted by her loving husband

and family.)

LEMKE.—In loving memory of my beloved husband, Albert William (Bert), who passed away suddenly March 9, 1942, loving father ol Arthur. (Inserted by his loving wife, Stella; Arthur; daughter-in-law, Jean, G An- derson street. Newport.)

MITCHELL.-in memory of my beloved husband and our dear father. William S., who died March 9, 1940, at East Melbourne. (Flo, Mill, and Will.)

OLNEY.-Cherished memories of our won- derful mother and darling gran of Joan and Geoff, who passed away March 9, 1941. -In the garden of memories wo meet every day. (Inserted by her loving daughter and soc-in-law, Dulc, and Ron Aitken.)

RITCHIE.-In loving memory of my young sister, who departed tills life March 6,'1941.

Beautiful thoughts for you will never cease,

You have and hold our fondest love.

-(Inserted by her loving brother, Pe/c.)

ROGERS.-In ever loving memory of a very dear husband and father, who was .called home on March 9, 1937. -At rest.


SMITH.—In loving memory of my husband   and our father, Laurence Smith, died Skip- ton Mardi 9, 1940. -Sadly missed. (His loving wife and family, Trawalla.)

SMITH.-Fond memory of father and loved grandpa of Ian and Graham. (Ronald Smith, Caulfield.)

STEWART.-In loving memory of our dear mother and grandma, who passed away on March 9, 1940. -Ever ' remembered. (In- serted by her loving daughter, Bell, Hugh, and family.)

TRUETT.-In loving memory of my dear wife. Elsie Mabel, devoted mother of Alan, who passed away on March 9, 1942. -Preci- ous memories linger.

TRUETT.-In loving memory of my dear friend, called home March 9, 1942. -Death doth hide but not divide. Thou are but on Christ's other side. (B. McFadzean.)

WEIR.-In loving memory of Bessie, dearly loved sister of Louie and Jean (Mrs. McGIl livray), and loving aunt of Betty.

WILKINS-WARD.-In memory of my be-

loved Mardi, 9/3/34. (Mother.) ¡


BROWN.—The Funeral of the late Mr. WILLIAM BROWN will leave 21 Walpole street, Kew, at 10 a.m. TOMORROW (Wed- nesday), for the Boroondara Cemetery. Kew. A. W. PADBURY and Co., Kew. Haw. 31.

CIANTAR. - The -Funeral of the late Mr. MICHELE CIANTAR, of 150 Munro street, Weit Coburg, will arrive at the Nagambie Cemetery THIS DAY, at 3 p.m. HARRY BRIGHT. South Yarra, in conj. with G. Diggle, Seymour.

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EARL.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. - CAROLINE ADA EARL will leave 46 Scott

street. Essendon, THIS DAY, at 3.30 p.m., for the Fawkner Cemetery- JOSEPH. ALLI 80N PTY. LTD.. Funeral Directors FU1002.

GIASEMI. - The Friends of Mr. and Mrs. NICHOLAS GIASEMI are informed that the Fuheral of their beloved son, Douglas, will _ leave their residence, 86 Swan street, Rich-

mond. THIS DAY iTuebdo>). at 1.30 p m" proceeding to toe Greek Orthodox Church, en route Fawkner Cemetery. R. MCKENZIE, South Melbourne. MX3107._^

McKENZIE. - The Funeral of the late Mr, WILLIAM WELCH MCKENZIE (of Myrtle- ford) will leave Jo&eph Allison Pty. Ltd.'s . parlours, 788 Sydney road. North Brunswick,

THIS DAY, at 3.30Vdock, for the Fawkner Crematorium. JOSEPH ALLISON PTY. LTD. FW4136._

PULLIN.—The Funeral of the late Mr. AMBROSE PULLIN will leave 8 Linacre road, Hampton, TOMORROW (Wednesday), at 3 p.m., for the Melbourne General Cemetery, Carlton. JOHN (ROY V.) ALLISON. Caul- fleld. LF1816.

QUINN. - Requiem Mass for the repose of the soul of the late Miss MARY ANN QUINN will be celebrated at the Church of Our Lady of Good Counsel. Deepdene, THIS DAY, at 6.50 a-m. The Funeral wlU leave the church at 2 pm. for the Burwood Cemetery. A. V. TOBIN PTY. LTD. F1294._

RITCHIE.-The Funeral of the late ELSIE MAY RITCHIE wlU leave her resi- dence, 13 Rugby road. Oakleigh. THIS DAY, at 3 p.m.,' for the Springvale Cemetery. T.~ RENTON, Oakleigh. UM1404._ SAVAGE.—The Funeral of the late Mrs. LOUISE SAVAGE will leave St. James's R.C. Church, North road, Brighton, THIS DAY, at 3 p.m., for the Brighton Cemetery, W. G. RAVEN. J2225._

TREWIN.-The Funeral of the late Mr. DAVID TREWIN, of Lonsdale street. Dan- denong, will leave his i evidence, Dandenong House, Foster street, Dandenong. THIS DAY, at 3 30 o'clock, and proceed «to Scots Church, where a service will be conducted by the Rev. J. Legge at 3.45 o'clock, and at con- clusion the cortege will leave, via Langhorne and Lonsdale streets, for the Dandenong Cemetery. W. J. GARNAR and SON. Phone Dandenong 308._

TREWIN.-Dandenong Mark Lodge, No. 40. -Brethren of the above Lodge are invited to attend the Funeral of their esteemed Bro. DAVID TREWIN, which will leave his resi- dence, Dandenong House, Foster street, Dan- denong, THIS DAY, at 3.30 o'cloîk, and pro- ceed to Scots Church for a service at 3.45 o'clock, and at conclusion to the Dandenong Cemetery. Dr. \A. B. HEWETT, W.M.; R. B.

TREWIN. - Loyal Dandenong Lodge, M.U.I.O.O.F.-The Members of the above Lodge are Invited to attend the Funeral of their esteemed trustee. Bro. DAVID TREWIN, which wiU leave his residence, Dandenong House,, Foster street, Dandenong, THIS DAY, at 3.30 o'clock, and proceed to Scots Church for a service at 3 45 o'clock, and at con- clusion to the Dandenong Cemetery. R. LUX FORD, N.G.: W. F. KEMP, secretary._

WORBOYS.—The Funeral of the late Rev. JAMES WORBOYS will leave the Camberwell Baptist Church. Riversdale road, after ser- vice commencing 3.15 p m , THIS DAY (Tues- day), for the Box Hill Cemetery. H. J, R. LEWIS. Telephone JA1066._


FUNERAL Wreaths delivered. Floral classes

dally. \ Sybil Nichols. LA2461._


ARE you freckled? Write Rex Ward. Box

_F748, O.P.O._


DIAMOND Cluster Ring (Thursday), be-

tween Moonee Ponds station and 67 Dar«* Ung st. (keepsake). Good reward. (Mrs.) E. Kennv, 67 Darling st.. Moonee Ponds._ FOUND, Lady's Umbrella, St. Kilda beach,

Thursday. 59 Blanche st.. St. Kilda.

GENT'S TortolsesheU Glasses, vicinity Oak-

leigh rd., Morgan st,, Glenhuntly. Re ward. UL1313. -_ LADY'S Gold Watch, luit. S.B.. Lost, vicinity

Centre rd.. Bentleigh, Sat. Reward. XU1092. 8 Melton av. Bentleigh._ LEFT, in 1.15 Williamstown train. Monday,

Small Suitcase, containing child's clothes, ¿te. Reward 30/. Ring or write Lethbridge Post-ofHce. _

LOST, Merchant Navy Bodge (brooch with .' silver safety chain), son's parting gift, be- tween Los Angeles Ct., Brighton rd., St. Kilda Town Hall, and Carlisle st. Reward. 4 Los Angeles Ct., St. Kilda, LF7089.

LOST, Sunday evening, Eeaumaris or Black

Rock. Navy Patent Leather Handbag, con- taining keys, money, and valued personal be- longings. Finder please ring Haw, 1501, be- fore 5 p.m. Good reward_ LOST, Western Electric Photographic Ex-

posure Meter (black bakélite, in brown leather case). Substantial reward. Anderson, o/o U.S. Army Engineers. MX4656: after hours JA5773._ LOST, between Bourke st. and Lit. Collins

st.. 8th March, between 5 and 5 30, Mar- casita Bow Brooch. Finder ring Kaw. 260. Reward._ , _" LOST out of 4 30 train, Melbourne to Brlgh

ton Beach. Lady's Handbag, containing cash, coupon books, &c. Reward. Ring XW3063, evenings.__

LOST, Friday night, Ivory and Gold Ever

sharp Pencil, between Auburn and Heidel- berg Hospital, owner's name Inscribed, keep aake. Reward. Phone WA3723._ LOST, Platinum Diamond Ring. Saturday,

near or In Walker's Stores, Glenferrie, or On tram to Cotham rd , Kew. Sentimental value. Good reward. Ring JX2218.

LOST, wire-haired Terrier, white, black mark,

about 6 months old, vic. E. St. Kilda. Re- ward. LF4354._ LOST, Zoo, Lady's Handbag, containing'

money, glasse«, ration books. Sec. Re- gard. Win. 6003. _ LOST, Dlamente Watch, Malvern to city,

Inscribed on back "To Vee from Frank." Reward. U8394._ LOST, between Metro Theatre and Batman

av., Saturday, Watch, red band, engraved. Reward. Ring WMU56._ LOST, White Woollen Pullover. Will person

seen picking up. Glenferrie rd.. Sunday, ring Central 9080 (extension 261). Reward.

LOST, Sun evg., bet. Walsh st., S. Yarra, and

Mathoura rd., Cross-fox Tall. Reward. Wind 388._ LOST, Airedale Terrier Puppy, Thurs.\ 9

jnths., bitch, colour black and tan. Re- ward. 179 Kooyong rd., Toorak. Tel. U4327. LOST, Wrist Watch, red band, between. Town

Hall. Adams st., South Yarra. Reward. 15 Adams st.. South Yarra._ LOST, vicinity St. Helen's and Burke rds.,

Sunday night, Gold Turquoise Brooch, but terfly pattern, keepsake. Reward. LF6511.

LOST. Lady's Oblong Gold Bracelet Watch,

Toorak rd., Sth. Yarra, or Toorak tram. Reward. Win. 8205. _ LOST, Canterbury, Brown Kelr>ie Dog, white _chest and paws. WF3161._ LOST. Brooch, in city, silver, 3 camels;

keepsake. Reward. Ring M4381._ SATURDAY, service woman's Platinum Watch, between Bentleigh and Victoria Barracks, on train or tram. Sentimental value. Reward, l8 Loranne st. Bentleigh.

UMBRELLA, cream oiled silk, Left In lounge,

Village Theatre, Toorak, Friday night. Re-

ward. Win. 117.



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At Half-past Ten O'clock.



J. W. STYLES & SON, Auctioneers, 340 Collins street, Melbourne._ PRAHRAN. THIS DAY. At Three O'clock. At the Rechabite Hall,

CLARENCE STREET, PRAHRAN._ Under Instructions from THE TRUSTEES EXECUTORS & AGENCY COMPANY LIMITED, of 401 Collins Street, Melbourne. Estate of the Late D. E. LEWIS. TRUSTEES' REALISATION SALE Of FREEHOLD PROP- ERTIES in the Heart of the CITY OP PRAHRAN, Nos. 1, 3, 6, and 8 Carlton Street, and Vacant Land in Clarence Street. Prah- ran. Carlton Street Is First Street Off Chapel Street, South of Commercial Road. Lot 1. 2-STORY BRICK BUILDING (Used as Store), No. 1 Carlton Street. Land 31ft. x 71ft. 31n. Along 10ft. R.O.W. Back to R.O.W. at Rear. At Present Let 25/ P.W. Lot 2. VACANT LAND (No, 3), 31ft. x'81tt. 3in" with Rear Entrance from R.O.W. Lot 3. TWO-STORY "BRICK FACTORY (No. 6), with Galvanised Iron Roo!. Wooden Floors, Inside and Outside Jarrah Staircase. Prop- erty at Present Let at £3 p.w. LAND 31ft. x 81ft. 3in. Along West Side of Clarence St. Lot 4.-WEATHERBOARD COTTAGE (No. 8), Containing 5 Rooms and Outbuilding, 23ft. 3in. x 19ft. 8in. At Present Let 27/6

p.w. LAND 68ft. l&ln. x 81ft. ôVîin.jAlong

West Side of Clarence Street. LOT 5. VACANT LAND IN CLARENCE STREET (East Side), 49ft. 81n. by Depth Along 16ft. R.O.W. of 911t. 2in. Titles, Certificate. Ex- cept No. 8 Carlton Street, Which is Old Act Title. Terms: ft Deposit, Balance in 30 Days. Estate Solicitor. David Thomas, 140 Queen Street. C1.

K. GARDNER Se LANG PTY. LTD., 80 Swanston street, C1 (Central 6140). and

THOS. G. L. SCOTT, 260 Chapel street, Prahran (LA3866), auctioneers In conjunc- tion._


At Half-past Ten O'Olock.


433-5 BRIDGE RD.. RICHMOND. FURNI- TURE and SUNDRIES. At 10.30.-Knitting Machine, Counters, Spoons, Forks, Clocks, Lot of Useful Sundries.- At 1.30.-BEDROOM SUITES, Wardrobes, Dressing Tables. Chests. Beds, Wires, Kapok Mattresses, Box Couch, D.S. Cot, S. Bag. Dining Suite. Lounge Suites, L.C. Couch, Cane Lounge. S.G, Chairs. Kit. Cabinets, Tables. Chairs. Occ. Tables, Mirrors, Set Carvers. Shades, Orna- ments, Sideboard, Ice-chest, Lino. At 2.30. -Singer Sewing-machine, Pram, Oliver Type- writer, Sténotype, Mc Clary Elect. Stove. F.L. En. Oas-stove. Office Tables. Chair, Pair New Bridge Chairs. Separator.

E. J. AINOER. auctioneer. JA1750.


At Half-past One O'clock.


Large Auction of Splendid Furnishings and Effects:-Superbly Mod. Bedroom Suite, P.a. Tops on Dressing Table, Bedstead Match, Cost £90: 6 Beautiful Round-back Walnut Dining Chairs, in Hide; Solid Wal. Din. Table Match; Bedroom Suites, in Wal., Q. Maple, &c.¡ 3 3-pce. L.C. Lounge Suites, in Tap., Genoa; 4 Others, In Leather, Seo.', Blackwood Sideboard, Oak Sec. Bookcase, 6 Blackwood Chairs. Oak Kitchen Setting, Cut- lery, Crockery, Glassware. Linen, D, and S. Bedsteads, Icebox, Dressing. Cheeta, Ward- robes, Bed couchy and General Furnishings.

GEO. E. HOOPER, auctioneer. FW1S54.


At Eleven O'clock. On the Property,


SUPERIOR FURNISHINGS and FURNI- TURE, Comprising Beautiful Lacq. Off-white BEDROOM, LOUNGE, and DINING ROOM SUITES; L.C. Lounge Suite, Floor Rugs, Wall Tapestries Chrome Dinner Waggon, Fire Screens, Hang Mirrors, Inner Spring Mattress, Crockery, Brassware, Kitchen Utensilsi, and Sundries. WITHOUT RESERVE.

W. B. TONKS, Auctioneer, Glenhuntly. UL2197. . .


At Half-past Nine .O'clock. In Our Rooms.


MODERN FLAT and HOUSEHOLD FURNI- TURE, Including the Complete Furnishings of 30 Rooms and Dining-room From Bray's Hotel, - William Street. City. .At HaU-past Nine O'clock-Early Kooka Enamel Gas-stove, 2 Good Enamel Gas-stoves, 2 Other Gas stoves, 3 Lawnmowers, 6 Rolls Nearly New Coloured Matting, 2 SmaU Canoes, Large Pine Kitchen Dresser (Sliding Glass Doors), 2 School Forms, Wringer, Vienna Chairs, Kitchen Chairs, Kitchen Tables, Meatsafee, Single Wardrobes, Extension Ladder, 8ft. Step Ladder, 33 GOOD SINGLE AND DOUBLE KAPOK AND FLOCK MAT- TRESSES. 45 ROLLS GOOD SECONDHAND LINOLEUM, 16 BLACK ENAMEL SINGLE IRON COMBINATION BEDSTEADS AND WIRE MATTRESSES, 4 Rubber Mats, 9 Sets Good China Toilet - Ware, Secondhand Carpets. AT ABOUT ELEVEN O'CLOCK. Large Oak Sideboard, Single Wardrobes, Dressing Tables, Chests Drawers, White Enamel Child's Cot, 24 Good Vienna Chairs, 24 Good Oak Cafe Chairs, 9 Round and Square Cafe Tables. 15 GOOD OAK COM- BINATION WARDROBES AND DRESSING TABLES; 4 GOOD LOUNGE SUITES in Tapestry, Genoa, and Moquette; Blackwood Secretaire and Bookcase Combined, 6 Good Oak Single Combination Bedsteads and Wire Mattresses, Double and Single Bedsteads and Wire Mattresses. Secondhand Kapok Bed- ding; 6 GOOD BEDROOM SUITES in oak, Blackwood and Rubbed Oak; Set Oak Book- shelves. 140 Assorted Grindley's and Dura line Cups and Saucers, 240 Assorted Grind

ley's and Durallne Vegetable and Sweet | Dishes, Table and Dessert Plates and Meat Dishes, Chesterfield Couch in Tapestry, Very Fine Oval Cedar Dining Table, Oak Revolving Bookcase, Round Blackwood Extension Dining Table, Several Good Oak and Blackwood Office Desks and Tables Jardiniere Stands, Occasional Tables, Occasional Chairs, Glass- ware, China Ornaments. At QUARTER TO ONE O'CLOCK,-OVER 30 SPLENDID AX- MINSTER AND WILTON CARPETS. Hall Runners. Cowhalr Underfelt (Sizes. See To- morrow's Papers). FRONT SECTION - 2 VERY FINE MODERN WALNUT BEDROOM SUITES AND BEDSTEADS, Well-made Mahogany-finished Bedroom Suite (3 Pieces),

2 SPLENDID 3-PIECE LOUNGE SUITES in Dark and Oatmeal Tapestry, Large Easy Arm- chair in Green and Terracotta Tapestry. Box Couch In Tapestry. Walnut Buffet Sideboard, Walnut Refectory Dining Tables, 2 Walnut Armchairs in Hide, Light Oak Gent's Ward- robe (Fitted), Blackwood Buffet Sideboard, Oak Dropside Table, Cream Enamel Lowboy, Period Oak Combination Secretaire and

Bookcase, VERY FINE DARK OAK BED . COUCH, Round Blackwood Extension Dining

Table, Walnut Glory Chest, Pair Walnut I Twin Bedsteads and Wire Mattresses, Oak Nest Afternoon Tea Tables. Bridge Chairs, Hall Tables, China, Vases, K.P. Ware, Glass- ware, Huge Quantity of Linen, Sheets, Blankets, Quilts. Towels of All Descriptions of Over 150 Lots] SPECIAL LOTS ATi


WALNUT UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO, by MIGNON; Walnut Piano, by Spaethe; Splen- did Large Size Cream Enamel Ice-chest, 3 Other Ice-chests. VERY FINE OAK CUTLER ROLL-TOP OFFICE DESK. Stainless Steel Sink. Nickel Hot-water Urn, Electric Kings- way Oiling Fan. 2 Gent's Bicycles.

BEAUCHAMP BROTHERS, 319 Collins street, wlU SELL by AUCTION, as above M3191- (3 lines).

.- < / a


ST. KILDA. *-< »>r. - "'- ?" THIS,DAY.

At Half-past One" CCloefe.^. ST. KILDA AUCTION-ROOMS. 335-7'-HIGH, STREET.

MODERN AND OLD FURNITURE. .CAR- PETS, SEWING-MACHINES. PIANOS. Sec. Superb Mah. Maple ADAM'B.R. SUITE, with 4ft. 61n. Bed & Wire; 2 Excellent Rubbed .Oak B.R., Suites, with Double and Singlo Beds and Wires; 2 Mod. Tapestry Loose cushion Lounge Suites, Blackwood Dining Suite, with Oval Cab. Table mid Sideboard; Set 6 Bwd. Chairs and Ext. Table: Al. New Walnut Veneer DINING SETTING. Modern Oak KIT. SETTING, Kit. Cabinet. T.B. Safe. 2 PT. Easy Chairs, in Leather and Tap.; Drop and Couch. 2 Good Prams. 2 Gas stoves, 8 Excellent WP. and Ax. CARPETS. All Sizes: 3 HALL RUNNERS. At 3.30 p.m.

-Fine Old CEDAR D.D. WARDROBE. Cedar Buffet, Loo Table. Set 4 Balloon Chairs. Chest Drs.. 2 PIAN03. by Bord and Schu- mann: 2 Very Fine SINGER 66 and CB. DROPHEAD SEW. MACHINES. Werthclm Hand Machine. El«. Radio, and Sonora and

H.M.V. Gramos.


At Eleven O'clock. On the Premises,

165a JOHNSTON STREET, FITZROY - (Bet. Smith and B-unswlck Streets). 11 SAMSON GAS PRODUCERS^ 11. Suitable for Trucks; Also METAL WORKERS' MA- CHINERY Se PLANT. Camp Folding and Bending Machine, Hand Curving Rolls, Bench Press. Sec. On view Morning of Sale Only.

J. W. STYLES and SON, Auctioneers, 340

Collins street. M4255-56._




THOS. P. CARROLL, auctioneer, will SELL Hacks, Ponies, Farm end Deliveries. The 20 Timor Ponies have been Withdrawn from this Sale. Further entries Invited. Vehicles

and Harness at 12.30.»_



OP. CO. LTD.. 623 Collins st. Tel. M3141. AU Properties. Sec. Over 30 yrs. established. DANDENONG. - Bargain. 17 Acres, well

fenced, 2 miles R.S., 7-r. house, dairy, cow- shed, water laid on. main rd.; £1000; -dep. £350, bal. £1 week. Riverina Agency, 366

Bourke st.

WESTERN DISTRICT.-Well-improved Graz-

ing Property, main road, 17 miles Warr- nambool. 1700 Acres, crossbred and cattle country. Good W.B. homestead, E.L., hot- water service, sewered; tennis-court, wool- shed, outbuildings, plenty of stock shelter, reliable rainfall; £13/10/ per acre. Option Purchase 3200 sheep (Including 300 stud

order Lelcesters and Corriedales), cattle, and plant at valuation. Particulars, GEO. M. O'GRADY, Stock and Station Agent,



GOOD Country Home offered ped. Cocker - Spaniel breed Bitch with Doglovcr, c/o Argus office, Melbourne_ PULLETS, AUCTION, TOMORROW. WED..

MARCH 10, 3 p m., at PARNHAM'S, BENTLEIGH, 400 excellent W.L. Pullets, in various stages of growth. Some already lay- ing, others not yet commenced. Also 30 Aus tralorpa. Account same owner. 450 first and second year Hens and Breeding Cockerels. In all approximately 900 birds. Pullets sold in four and Ave pair lots. Grading by F. C


No Reserve. TERMS CASH.

CHAS. J. PARNHAM. AucUoneer. XU1118. x PULLETS. W Leghorns, Blk. Orpingtons, 10

and 11 ruths., best stock, 6 for £3, de- livered to any suburb. Country orders, I pay


W. Watson, 632 North rd., Ormond, SJS.14.


Floor. Eaves, Ridge (Special).

A Little Dtarer. A Great Deal Better.

Wpifcern Homes Co. 399 L. Collins st. MU1223

ARMADALE. Close Station. - Old-fashioned

Villa, 7 rooms, kit., and bathroom; £1600.

ANDERSON & HICKLING. I Cent. 25. 239 Collins St._Cent. 26. BRIGHTON. Close Beach. - Valuable Cor-

ner, very attractive modern Brick Bunga- low, 8 large r., magnificent lounge, most ex- pensive appointments, wardrobes, sunroom, de luxe bathroom and kitchen, H.W.S., gar- age, fernery, workshop, delightful garden, double allotment, 135 x 160 approx. £5500, or will sell on half allotment for £4600.

GEO. M. HUME PTY., 220 Collins st. C. 1493. BALWYN. GOOD ORDER.

Ideal High Pos., Close Balwyn Road.

2-STORY BRICK RES., 10 rms., dble. drs.. bet. lounge and din.-rm., hot W.S., kit., stainless sink, lovely grounds, vegetable plots, fruit trees, ROOM TEN.-COURT, gar. Vac- ant poss. Special value, £3000.

GEO. M. HUME PTY., 220 Collins st. C. 1494. DROMANA.-Splendid range large Allot-

ments, scenic views, timbered,.. very close beach, 50 x 150, roads made, water, E.L.; £45 to £95, terms. Less for cash. SPECIAL -2 Large Blocks, 2 min. beach, timbered, all convs.. £85 each. SPENCER JACKSON, 341 Collins street, M2327 (3 lines). After hours, Win. 8459. Dromana office open also weekends, Phone 65._ ELWOOD.-Attractive Brick, Tile Roof, built

25 years, 6 spacious rms. and S.O., no car entrance, on tram. Vacant possession; £1650, or offer. Sole Agents.


Auction. THURS., MARCH 11. at 3 p.m.

For National Trustees Co.


6 Good Rooms and Garage. HOMESEEKER'S CHANCE.

T. J. COLLINS, Auct., Glenferrie. WA1333. INVESTMENT, Brunswick South, 2 to 8 Cope

St.-Two Brick Villa Pairs, in good order. Lot 1, rent £169 p.a. Lot 2, £130 p.a. Public Auction, Wednesday, 10th March on the properties. Beauchamp Bros, and Gray and Johnson, auctioneers._ INVESTMENT.-Semi-mod. Brick Villa, 5 r.,

S.O., panelled hall, -double doors, garage, choice locality, good tenant 35/; owner anxious seller- £ 1375, or offer; must be sold.

ALWAY, Opp. Malvern Station.

_U1550._ INVESTMENT.-Tiled Brick Villa, 9 r. (con-

verted Into 3 flats), return £4 wk.; splen- did position, close Malvern station; £2000.


Op. Malvern Station. U1550.

INVESTMENT, Caulfield. Main Rd.-3 Mod.

Shops, with 6-rd. dwellings. let to exe. I tenants; return £312 pa. Price, £3650. H. E. Brownblll & Co., 363 Hawthorn rd..

Caulfield. LF3363._|


Block, 56 x 140. will take 2 flats. Home seekers can buy to build later either a home or 2 flats ,to live in one and let the other; £10 ft., easy terms.

J. R. BUXTON & Co.. 443 Collins St. M1368. MALVERN.-Attractive D.F.W.B. Villa, tile

roof, 5 rms. and S.O., exceptional posi- tion; close transport; let to excellent ten- ant, 30/ per week; £1030. Sole Agents,

ERIP WEBER PTY., 325 Collins St. M3971. MCKINNON.-Well-built Brick VUla, 6 rms.,

modern appointment, high position; good investment; £1100. Apply O. T. COOK, agent, Dandenong. < Tel. 259._

ST. KILDA, Glorious Position. Just Off

Brighton Rd., Vicinity Town HaU. - Fine old 2-story Brick Home, 13 rms., 2 bath- rooms. 2 kitchens, already converted into 2 S.O. flats. H.W.S., valuable block of land, approx. 60 x 249; «£3500 or near offer; vac- ant possession.

JAMES S. ANDREWS, 'Cr. Toorak Rd. and

_Chapel St. Win. 8210._


BLOCK Wanted, with bay or river frontage.

Price, terms, &c. to Land, Argus.

BRICK Villa. 6 rooms, In good order, Kew

or Hawthorn preferred; cash buyer. K.A.,

Argus office. | CAMBERWELL, Kew, Hawthorn Districts.-,

Homes, any description. I will guarantee cash sale within 2 days; no humbug. Par- ticulars. Chas. Johnston, auctioneer, office at residence. 786 Burwood rd., Upper Haw thorn. WA2354._ FURNISHED HOUSE.-Well-furnished House'

wanted by middle-aged couple, Hawthorn

Kew district preferred. Apply Lilly, Argus. I SMALL House. £800-£900, Elwood. Elstern

wlck. 79 Glenhuntly rd.. Elwood. i WANTED, House, any suburb, 5 rms.; good '

tenant: £2 per week. P. W. STYNES & Co.. 465 Collins Bt. MU3781._ WANTED urgently, Malvern. Furn.-or Part

Furn. House. 5 or more rooms. UY6142.


CHEMIST'S Shop, on account of death. _Apply 717 Malvern rd.. Toorak._ GROUND FLOOR (399ft.), facing street, rent

£350. Emptor Pty. Ltd., 140 Queen st.



Mansion Home, 6 eep. k'ettes, fully and well furn., full suites, some carpets, fully let to really excellent tenants, good lease, reasonable rental, vendor has splendid ace. for self, and CLEARS £7/12/ net weekly. PRICE. £750; EASY TERMS ARR.

G. A. GREENAWAY & Co.. 28 Elizabeth _St. Cent. 3Î77 (3 lines)._


CITY, l8 rms., fully and well furn., wall to-wall carpets, rent only £4/10/ per week. Best flat for vendor's own use; and shows

CLEAR £14/10/ NET Wklv Profit. PRICE, , £1295. EASY TERMS ARR. ¡

O. A. GREENAWAY ii Co., 2« Elizabeth

St. Oent. 3177.


GUEST HOUSE."Bed and'Breakfast, magni-

ficent' business, doing extensive trade, con- venient to city; all "books and figures open to investigation, A gentlemau's home; ex- cellent lease and profitable paying concern. Consult with Solo Agent as to price and terms if necessary. ?>

W. D. SAMPSON, 358 COLLINS ST? M3661. HA.-HOTEL, Suburban, well and fovourabiy

known house, bar takings av. £600 p.w.; excellent quota beer: perpetual lea¿e, no charge for renewal; large sum rent in ad- vance included in price; noss, with ¿2500



Situate one d our best Southern Suburbs. Fine Brick Building, well furnished and equipped; takings over £500 per week at present. Splendid ration bulk and bottled beer. A gentleman's homo and business

combined. '



352 Collins St._M4347.

HOTEL, solid town, lease 3 years, takings

£100 per week, moderate rental, full price. £500. which Includes rent In advance and furniture valued £250. See us for further particulars. Interstate Taxation Se Account- ancy Co. Ltd., Hotel Dept.. 80 Swanston st. Cent. 5252._, MERCHANDISING. Cash Order or ri'ince

Business wanted. Our client wants to buy a business on these lines, and will purchase from £1000 up to £20,000 book debts for cash. May we Interview you In this re-


PERCY HENRY PTY. LTD., M4347. I 352 Collins St


of Self-contained FLATS. ALL SALES BACKED BY OUR OWN FINANCE COM- PANY. G. A. GREENAWAY Sz Co.. 28 Elizabeth st. Cent. 3177.

WANTED URGENTLY, Businesses of all de-

scriptions, genuine buyers waiting. LAN SELL SMITH, 281 Collins st. Cent. 659.


AA.-WANTED, Furn.. Unfurn. FLATS,

ROOMS, Half Houses; select tenants.


F. BLAGDON. the Flat Specialist, 80 Swanston st. Cent. 6163 (3 lines)._ BRIGHTON. BRIGHTON.




For Your Requirements



281 Collins St._Phone C. 554.

BRIGHTON BEACH.-Furn. Flat avail., now.

4 or 6 weeks, holiday only. X4858.

EXCHANGE, 7-rm. Home, 44/, excellent pos.

(Haw.), gas copper, heater, gar., and spacious back grounds, for 4-r. Villa Flat, same locality. Ring Haw. 5246._ WANTED, in the vicinity of East St. Kilda.

Armadale, or Toorak Rd.-Flat, 6 rms., kit., recom. couple, to £3/5/ p.w. P. W. STYNES Se Co.. 465 Collins st. MU3781.

WANTED Self-contained Modern Flat, fur-

nished or unfurnished, accommodate 3, near beach preferred. Particulars to Flat 1. 32 George st.. East Melbourne._ WANTED, 1 large or 2 med. sized Unfurn.

Rms., sep. kit., refined, quiet. M.C.. child- less; reas, rent.; reis if nee.; tel. pref.: near T. or T. Malvern. Armadale vic. UY5424.

WANTED, Small S.C. Flat. vic. Elstwk. and

Caul., furn, or unfurn., or part priv. home pref. LF7614._

WANTED, Flat, 2 or 3 rms., k'ette, vicinity

Glenferrie station to Toorak rd., for 1 or 2 adults. Win. 7465._ WANTED, furnished, self-contained Flat or

Villa, married couple, no children. Well

recommended. Phone LF4510.


D.B.S.R.. bkfst. tray, H.W.S.. op. Shrine. _24 Albert rd. MX4484._ HAWTHORN.-2 comf. Furn. Rs., sep. K.",

suit bus, couple, refs. 47 Illawarra rd.

MALVERN, 72 Elizabeth St., Nr. Toorak Rd.

U1580.-Furn., cosy L.D.B.S.R., own kit., adults. 37/6.. Inc. E.L. and H.W.S.

M.C. wants Bed-sitting Rm. and kit., or kit. _privileges. WF1439._ S. YARRA.-Sup. Single B.S.R., balcony,

tray. Win. 7761. 21 Park st.

UNFURN. Room, elderly lady, active, tram,

bus; moderate; reis, exchanged, CM., c/o Smith's Agency, Glenferrie._ WANTED, furn. B.S.R., business woman; 2


AA.-2 Queen's Rd.-Private Hotel. 5 min.

city-, exclusive Accommodation, 1 Ige. dble. B.S.R. and adj. S.O.; also 1 small Single Vac, gar. Win. 1976._ A.-EAST MELB., 6 Min. City.-Excellent

cuisine, dble. and sgle. vacs., garages. GLEN NEVIS, l8 Erin St. Tel. J3963.

A.-About BOARD & RES., all tariffs, &ee

Mrs. WEBSTER. 243 Collins st. C. 2099.

BOARD and Lodging required in private

home for lad l8, just finished at Wesley College: now starting at Technical School. Particulars to C P. Howie, The Victoria, Little Collins street._ CAMBERWELL. Santol. - Dble., Sing. Vacs.

Comf., bung., H.W.S.. garage. WF1577. GLOUCESTER LODGE,

22 Marine Parade. St. Kilda.

_LA3202._;_ GUEST HOUSE ' Accom. avail., or B. and

B'fast, conv city and suburbs. Mrs. F. BLAGDON, 60 Swanston st. C. 6163 (3 lines). IVANHOE.-Vacancies. D.B.S.R.'s, excellent

homely meals. H.W.S.. 3 minutes Darebin stn. Tariff 35/. 9 Latham st. JX1301.

LADY, middle-aged, wants B.S.R.. vic. Too-

rak Près. Church, reis. Write A.B.C., c/o Head's News Agency, Toorak. _

MALVERN. Harleston Hall.-Dble. Vacancies".

£4/10/. Free H.W.S. 29 Mercer rd. U8024. RATH GAEL.-Dble. and sgle. Vacancy. 462

St. Kilda road. Win. 4461._ RAVELOE, Mansion Home, 14 Balaclava Rd.,

St. Kilda.-Large Double Bed-sltting-Rms., with bkfast. tray, ten.-court. Win. 832.

WHEN Looking for Accommodation try the

Waldorf Private Hotel, 155 Fitzroy st., St. Kilda. Win. 319. L. F. Probert, proprietor. Wo may be able to help you.


C. E. MILLER & Co., 317 Collins St., Melb..

Storage and Removal Specialists. Adelaide - Sydney - Brisbane.

Vans going empty Sydney weekly. Cam- perdown, Warrnambool, Mar. 15* Wangaratta. Albury, Mar. 22; Camperdown, Warrnambool, Mar. 29. Vans returning empty, Sale. Yal- lourn, Mar. 26. LOADING WANTED.

M3978.- After Hours JW10C2._



16 Swan St.. Richmond.

_J3827._ ASBESTOS Packing, every descrip., for your

car, obtainable at Tuck's. 446 Flinders st. BEFORE YOU BUY ANY CAR. see the ex

traordlnary values we have for sale in most makes. BARGAINS YOU CANNOT EQUAL, and on easiest terms. Australia's Biggest Used Car House. ALLCARS PTY. LTD.. cor. Elizabeth and Franklin sts. _ CCC-STUDEBAKER SIX Î936 SEDAN."

looks well, runs well, registered for 1 year. good tyres, roomy luggage trunk, performs splendidly. A REAL OPPORTUNITY TO OBTAIN ONE OF THE WORLD'S STUR- DIEST CARS. ONLY £240. Easiest terms ALLCARS PTY. LTD., cor. Elizabeth and

Franklin sts.

CAR Radio Bought and Sold. Smiths. 253 _Bmlth at.. Fitzroy. JA5864._ CHEVROLET, Ford, or Pontiac Sedan, pri-

vate buyer for late model. No dealers. Price. &c. to C.A.R., Argus office._ FOR SALE, 5 Motor Tyres. 600 x 16. heavy _duty; also Tubes. 658. Argus._ FORD V8 (1940) SEDAN, with approved

S tra ton Oas-Producer, long registration; give most critical test. CANNOT BE EQUAL- LED. £340. Easiest terms. ALLCARS PTY.

LTD., cor. Elizabeth and Franklin sts._


Automatic Mixing and Changeover Valves, adaptable to anv make of producer, are available from WISHART GAS PRODUCERS LTD., 307-313 King st., Melbourne. MÜ100S.

TO Sell your Car at top price, call, phone,

or write Urban Motors, 404 Elizabeth st.

F2620._.__ URGENTLY wanted, Cars and Utilities, in

good order, cash, top prices. Swanston Used Cars, 501 Swanston st. F2648.


_22 Flinders St. Cent. 8991._





Must be in Good, Clean Condition,

Instant Spot Cash.


101 Little Collins St.. Melbourne.

WANTED. GOOD TOURER, like Dodge (4

or 0), De Soto. Chrysler, Rugby, or simi- lar. WlU pay spot cash, fair price. ALL CARS PTY. LTD.. cor. Elizabeth and Frank- lin sts._

WANTED to Buy, Late Model Oars and

Utilities. Call, phone, or write CLARKE'S USED CARS. 493 Elizabeth St. F6928. F4504, and after hours U41U._ WANTED, Fresh Cars, also Quality Sedans;

highest prices paid; popular makes pref See Australia's Biggest Used Car House, ALL ~CARS, cor. Elizabeth and Franklin sta.


WANTED to Buy, Ford V8 Utility.- any

model, from 1930 *, onwards. Witto Silk Bros. Pty. Ltd., 8toTe 24. Wholesale Fruit Market, Melbourne, or ring Mr Eade, MU3566, WANTED, good FORD or CHEVROLET 6

SEDAN for special clifnt. Pay spot cash, reasonable price for good cnr. ALLCAR3 PTY. LTD., cor. Elizabeth and Franklin sts. WHEEL and RIM REPAIRS. Austral Motor

Wheel Works, Leicester st.. Carlton. F5333. WHY NOT Try Cheney's, of 22 Flinders st..

Cent. 8991, if you want to sell your car at the best price._ WRECKED, 1000 Cars and Trucks, any part,

any car, at-your own prices. Hughes Bros., 678 Elizabeth st., city. Tel. 5962.


CARAVAN, built on 1-Um Chev. Truck,

engine in good order (2 berth), electric light; £60, not equipped with tyres. Apply

W. Woodward, Cromwell Buildings.

_370 Bourke Street, Melbourne._ WANTED to Buy. Caravan, spot cash, 144

Burwood rd., Hawthorn. WJ3614.



Latest model DUAL-CONTROL Cars at the lowest fee. 30 RUSSELL ST.. op. State Theatre. Cent. 4636, WA3747, U2151.


V8, Chov.. Willys. Morris. 46 Little Col llns st. Cent. 7086-7087. _ BURTON SCHOOL OF MOTORING, corner

Spring. Lonsdale sts., Melbourne. F2054.



TENDERS will be received at office of NATIONAL TRUSTEES COMPANY. 95 Queen street, Melbourne, up to 4 p.m. on Tuesday, March 16, for the PURCHASE of the clean and well-assorted stock of Men's. Women's, and Children's Clothlner. Underclothing. Lin- gerie, Hosiery, Wool. Sx., of the business of the late S. J. Maddalon. as listed. De- posit £100. Highest or any tender not neces- sarily accepted. Forms and stock shoots at office of abovennmed company._




Ladies', Gents', and Children's.

£1 to £5 Paid for




AAA.-Guaranteed Highest Prices promptly

paid for all kinds of gontb* clothing, foot- wear, Unen, modern ladies' wear. misc. goods every desc., spoiting goods, cameras, musical Instruments. Ekating outfits. It will pay to contact S. BEAR, 225 Russell st. F5413. J3514 AAA.-DIAMONDS, GEM SET.', and other

Old Gold, Jewellery, Dunkllngs the Jewel- lers are licensed buyers and pay high prices. Diamond House, 313-317 Bourke st., Molb. AAA.-SILVERPLATED WARE, CRYSTAL,

new or secondhand, high prices paid. Dunklings the Jewellers, Diamond House, 313-317 Bourke st., Melbourne._ A.-DIAMOND Rings, Old Jewellery, Silver,

Dental Plates, Bangles, Sovs., Watches. I give top prices. J. Jenkins, Midway, 256 Collina st. (late 17 years with Dunkllngs).


REIGNS, and DIAMONDS; best price offered at THE DTRECT SUPPLY JEWEL- LERY CO., Arlington Chambers, 229 Collins st., city._r_

A.-BE SURE. See a Specialist before

Selling DIAMONDS. JOHN FISHWICK, THE DIAMOND SPECIALIST, offers the best prices, Fourth floor, 288 Lit. Collins st.


Sovs.. £2/12/6; Filled Bangles, , Dental Plates, Silver. AUSTRALIAN GOLD BÜY INO CO., 6th floor, Capitol House._ A.-DIAMONDS, GOLD, JEWELLERY,

SOVEREIGNS. Highest prices in cash. PAUL BRAM, Jeweller, 288 Lit. Collina st.

A.-A.M.D.P. Co., 124 Elizabeth st., cor.

Little Collins st. Buyers ot Diamonds. Old Gold, Silver, Antique», Sec. Tel. Cent. 815.

ABSOLUTELY highest prices given for every

description of Furniture. Cohen Bros. (Home Furnishers) Pty. Ltd., 288 Post-office pi., next to Myer's. TeL Central 607._ ANY good tnako Vacuum Cleaner; cash; no _dealers.. Ring LA2316._ BAROMETERS. Sextants, and Drawing In

struments. SEWARD. 457 Bourke st.

BEDROOM, Lounge. Diningroom, Furniture,

best prices. H. Morris, Lynch alley. Mel bourne. Tel. Cent. 404._ CARPETS. 300 WANTED WEEKLY.

Must be good; highest cash prices. LYRIC, | 102 Chapel st., Windsor. LA4012._ CHEST of Drawers and other Furniture, suit

country home. Write Oums, Argus.

CHILD'S Pusher, also large Cot, good order. _Ring U3186._ CLOTHING.-Quitten ton Bros. (est. 1865)

Cent, 1488.-Gentlemen's Wearing Apparel, Travelling Requisites, &c. 207 Russell st.

CLOTHING. Men's Footwear. Highest prices.

Called for. Phillips. 262 High st., St. Kilda. Win. 7337._, CLOTHING, especially Suits, priv. car calls.

Hlckey's. 98 High st., St. Kilda. LA3835. CROCKERY, Ornaments, Linen, E.P., Crys-

tal, Traycloths. Doyleys, Sundries. Lady starting business will call. U1761._ DIAMOND Rings, Diamond Jewellery. Old

Gold. Get quotes from Calder's, dia- mond specialists. Sovereigns, £2/12/6; Gold Chains, Gold Watches. Dental Gold, Medals, Bangles, Brooches, Silver. Crystalware. Cal der's. 2nd floor, 225 Collins st._ DIAMONDS, DIAMOND RINGS, JEWEL-

LERY. LÉM Se Co., 2nd floor, 366 Bourke st., above C Se O.'s._ DIAMONDS, Old Gold, of every description,

for cash. Highest prices. Est. 50 years. W. Roberts Pty. Ltd.. 146 Elizabeth st._ ELECTRIC Vocuum Cleaners, any make; also

Floor Polishers. Will pay cash up to £15. Ring Cent. 2796._ ELECTRIC Floor Polishing Machine, Ring _Cent. 1709._ ELECT ROLUX, Hoover, or any other vacuum

Cleaners. Immediate Inspection, top prices. Cash walting. F6742._ ELEUTROLUX, Cash Waiting. _Ring XA1648._ FAN, 16in" 230-volt, A.C., induction type. _Ring Mord. 255._

FOUR Rooms General Furniture, will buy _separately. No dealers. U3186..


PRICE3 paid from £1 to any amount. Own delivery taken. We buy everything straight out for cash. PIANOS, PLAYERS. RE- FRIGERATORS. CARPETS, Sec. Prompt in- spection to any suburb at any time. For courteous advice by expert valuers get in touch with WHITFORD'S (estab. 26 years), 98 Chapel st., Windsor. LA3328._


for spot cash by Melbourne's oldest cash buyers. We will buy your complete house or surplus lots. We buy everything from a Doormat to a Refrigerator. Highest cash prices. Immediate inspection. Our vans col-' lect free of charge. For a friendly and satis- factory deal phone LA4012. LYRIC, 102 Chapel st.. Windsor. _ FURNITURE Bought, any quantity, prompt

inspect.; cash, top prices. ALLEN, 195-99 Glenhuntly rd.. Elsternwick. LF3563._

FURNITURE.-Send your goods to Decora-

tion Co., 350 Little Collins st., Australia's most famous auction-rooms._ FURNITURE, Bedroom, DiningToom, and

Lounge, modern. Pay spot cash. Particu lars. telephone Turner. Windsor 9518.

FURNITURE, For Highest Spot Cash. Get

our quote and inspection FREE. MUB TOW'S. Park st.. Sth. Melb. MX2310.

FURNITURE.-For a satisfactory price.

ERNIE YOUNG, Camberwell June. WA3433. GAS-STOVE, any make or condition. Phone _' Hawthorn 2904.

GRAMOPHONE, H.M.V. "or Columbia. Port

-' able; urgent. Central 9673.

ORAMAPHONE. Portable, good make. Ring

Central 1709."

HORSEHAIR, secondhand; best prices given;

also purchase Hair Mattresses, any con- dition, call any city or suburban addresses. Country goods freight, prepaid. MX5121 or write FINKU8, Munro st., . Montague._ KEROSENE Room-heater. 107 Carrington

rd., Box Hill. E.ll.


must be good; highest cash prices, LYRIC, 162 Chapel st.. Windsor. LA4012.

LOUNGE Suite, good * condition. Ring'


LOUNGE Suites, best prices. L. Allen. 11

.-Brighton st., Sandringham. Tel. C 606.

MUSICAL Instruments;-If you wish to sell

your instrument bring it to us. You can be sure of a fair deal. Suttons Pty. Ltd., 105 Elizabeth st...Melbourne. Est. 1854._ PIANO, pay cash, immediate inspection. Make, price, to Mr. Cooper, 185 Chapel st.. Prahran. Phone LA1483.

PIANO. Iron frame, will pay up to £50.

State name and Price to Macbeth, 41 3rrong rd., S.E.3._


be iron frome. Cash buyer, £38 to £45. i7 WILLIAM ST.. NORTH BRIGHTON,

PIANO wanted urgently; good one. Mist

Lewis. 23 Westbury street. Win. 4995.

°IANO, Horizontal Baby Grand. Pay to

£150. Urgent. 39 Rowland st., Kew.

*xANO, iron frame. About £40 to £50.

Windsor 0306, ? mornings.


PIANO, goa r^g:,%8^vat^]îolïïroH

PIANO.-rCash buyer, write innko; ñ7ic7~T,i

27 ' jWarrigal rd.. Surrey rill"!' ta PIAN OS- " ! "~í-"

Cash Paid for Good Instrument!.

' Write or Telephone.


276 Collins St., Melbourne _ Central 9590.


BRASH'S will pay full cash value; lmrn*. diate" inspection. Give make, ago, and Drtc« BRASH'Sv-108 Elizabeth St.. Melbourne _PHONE Central 3729-3730. '


must bo good, reliablo makes, and in ioT( order: Write or phone, giving full partlcu. lara and " lowest price, to SUTTONVS los Elizabeth street. Melbourne. Ring M120Í


WE ARE URGENTLY REQUIRING Larw Quantities of Green Plantation-grown Pins Pulpwood for our Maryvale Pulpwood Mill Gippsland. We invite all interested in con-' tracting for deliveries of this wood fot

jour. nearest station, to contact us' imme diately at the following address; AUSTRA. LIAN PAPER MANUFACTURERS LTD G.P.O. Box 1643, Melbourne._

PLAYER-PIANO, pay cash, any make~Sënd

particulars, price, to Mr. Carew, 181 Char*] st.. Prahran. LA1481. ._

PLAYER-PIANO, cash. Write particûE»

price, to 76 Strathalbyn st., E. Kew. ' PLAYER-PIANO, good order. Pay to £|m _ Hawthorn 3493._ PLAYER-PIANO, good make. Dunn. 3«î _High St., St. Kilda. LA34G2.



State Maker. Age, and Price.

Immediate Inspection

BRASH'S. 108 Elizabeth St. Melbourne. _Phone Central 3729-3730. .,

PLAYER-PIANOS.-Wo pay highest prie«

for Pianos and Players. Central 9073, or Orchcstrelle Co.. 201-3 Collins st.

PLAYER -ROLLS, quantity, good order. Or

chestrelle Co., 201-3 Collins Bt.

RADIO SETS, S.H., Mantels, Portables; belt

cash prices: no fuss, no bother. MAX.

WELL'S. 46 Elizabeth st Cent 4913._ SINGER MACHINE or any good" ¡nike

CABINETS or ELECTRIC, not over £27' OUter models up to £21. Spot cash. LA2893 SINGER Machine wanted. Cash. No dealers

_Phone FC251._'

SPLIT cane Garden Lounge. Writ« l8 Head _St.. Balwyn._ TYPEWRITERS. - We will purchase your

Typewriters for cash. Ruling prices given Every consideration extended. Write or phone. Geo. Raitt & Co. Pty. Ltd., 467 Collins St.. Melbourne. C1. Telephone M3391 TYPEWRITER, Royal or Underwood pre!

Vincent. 316 Flinders lane MU4552.

VACUUM CLEANER, Hoover; cash walting _Ring Central 1700._

WIRELESS, - We pay highest prices lor

Radiola, S.T.C., Philips. H MX, or Stromberg Sets. Central 9073. Or Orches trelle Co., 201-3 Collins st._ WIRELESS, Mantel Portable. Car Radio , Smith's, 253 Smith St., Fitzroy. JA5664.

WIRELESS, Mantel, small model. urgent _ Central 9C74._ WIRELESS, Console, 5 or 0 vaho. Urgent"

_ Central 9673._



Suits, Costumes, and Topcoats turned. Men's Suits Remodelled into Costumes. Coats, Jackets. Spoits Coats Relined.

Old-style Garments brought up to dut« Large Suits and Costumes cut down

Small Sulta and Costumes made larger.

Fur-collared Topcoats Rest>lcd into Smart Tailored Styles.

Garments Lengthened or Shortened.

Edges of Fronts and Sleeves Renewed. Buttonholes Remade. New Pockets.

Edges of Pockets Bound.

Skirts Turned, Restyled, Repaired Trousers Tailored Into Slacks. Trousers Made Into Skirts.

School Tunics Made Into Skirts

Trousers Reseated, Recuflcd, Reknced, Hi pocketed, and Repaired.


No Job Impossible. Easy prices. Doflnttelf no connection with any other firm. Onlj MYERSON, 269 Lonsdale street, 1 door

Swanston street.


Before selling elsewhere seo Beauchamp I Brothers about Auction.

High Prices Ruling.

Send Your Goods to Their Popular


319 C0IIÜ18 St., Melbourne M2M_

BLACK Iron, assorted length strips and en ._velones. Ring MU112B._ CARPETS, several sizes; Lounge. Bedroom

Suites, splend. cond.; cheap. 184 Carlisle st,, St. Kilda, op. Town Hall._ CHARCOAL,- redgum/lronbark, dry, dust

free, graded, and sieved, Meib , all grades abs. guar.. cont. supply. We deliver. M5458 COMPLETE House, practically new Furniture,

including wireless, 8-drawcr table, desk, bookshelves, two bedroom suites, kitchen set- ting, sundries. Immediate sale. Owner trans- ferred interstate. U9102. 42 Northcote rd,


ELEXTROLUX. Hoover, Eureka, and all

"others, new and used. Economic Vac. Co, 266 Flinders lane (F6742), and 186 Chapel st. (LA2316). __ ELEOTROLUX, Hoover, Eureka, and all

other Vacuum Cleaners; lowest prices, guar GODFREY'S. 143 Russell st, Melbourne.

FURNITURE. - Everything for the Home

Tye's. 100 Bourke st., have splendid stocks of good Used Furniture, modern, antique.


Costumes, £3; 38 coupons suit, 23 costume Send for one; if not satisfied money refunded Myerson, 269 Lonsdale st. (near M>er's)._ LAWNMOWERS collected. Repaired, Reset,

and delivered; from 8/6. Station Timber

Yards. Box HUÍ. WX1031._._-.« MIRRORS, over 10O sizes; secondhand, Md

bourne Mirror Mills, 374 Chapel st. _ PETROL Tins, secondhand. O.T. Limited, _103 High street. Prahran.

PIANOS for Cash or Terms.-Make your

selection from tho following beautiful In- struments: SCHWECHTEN, BLUTHNEB, WERTHEIM. ALBERT FAHR, COLLARD le COLLARD, SCHILLER, RENARDI, Every In- strument is guaranteed In perfect order and condition. Why not call and inspect?

MAPLES, cr. Chapel & High Sts., Prahran, PIANOS, HoelUng ¿5 Spangeuberg, walnut

case, underdamper action, iron frame, first-class condition; bargain at 62 gns; terms arranged from 7/6 weekly. Inspect imediatcly. MAPLES PIANO SALON, 1J6 SWAN ST., RICHMOND._ PIANOS, guaranteed for 15' years, models,

by renowned makers; prices from £55; 3

years' terms arranged.

BRASH'S, 108 Elizabeth St'. Melbourne^ I PIANOS, Organs. Radios, new, S H., leading

make3. Kilner», 799 Burke rd., Camberwell PLAYER-PIANOS. Prices range from 79 gns

Finest selection in Melbourne. You can' .select from the following;-Aeolian. Leybacn, Playola, Melodía, Meldorf. These instru- ments are In perfect condition Terms ar- ranged, from 8/6 per week.' Inspect at MAPLES PIANO SALON, ' J26 SWAN ST.,

RICHMOND._ _ PLAYER-PIANOS, high-grade models lull?

guaranteed; PRICES from £155; TERMS for 3 years arranged; roll library and stool


BRASH'S, 108 Elizabeth St, MelrxMirn_. PORTABLE Gramophone. Master's Voice,

with records. Perfect. Cent__3jj__, SEWING-MACHINES, low prices; Repairs

Johnson's, York House. 294 L. coHln____ SEWING-MACHINES. Singers, others. Bar-' : gatos. Smith's, 2870 Swanston st UXSmj 8ILVER Fox Fur, good quality and condition

Before 12 a.m. Tel. LF1034. Flat 9, 1«, Milton st., Elwood._._ WALLPAPERS.-Modern Interior Decorations

for small outlay. Send for samples free., DEAN'S, "THE PAINT, PEOPLE," 3«


I WIRELESS, car radio;.' vïbratoi-and W»>

1 sets, from no dep., 2/ \U>. SmlV\fȊ

PtVTLtd.. 253 Smith st. FjtTrojLJ^-g

1 WIRELESS Repairs. ^^^%0W

Waverley st, Moonee Ponds J"^L_,

!: MACH1ÑERY_____.!

MACHINERY ~fo7-SuTe. - PA*

Crushing Plant, Including J^Xr, J« Crusher, 54 x 13; ¿new» ¿"W «»» *-?' 'x 12; Hadfield-Disc Crusher, ¿«n j d Engine, Air Compressor, needjer^ offl Tipping Trucks, Pulleys **.. ¿¡y^ supply-,

Brisbane. Gravel. Sand, & Mt,al r" .

Stanley st.. South Brj»bane_^rr--?s MELBOURNE MACHINERY CO .61 Que«

Bridge St., S. Melb-S H Macn^j»____



NoWcels hereby given, that the"**£% GENERAL MEETING o "^"^ä&Btd

above company will be hcW a' 'ts > .^

office. National Mutual BuH^YTtW »Ul ?; street. Melbourne, on WM ES nA*-B ^s ? '< Day Of MARCH, 1943. » P»'Hflnn(| K- || To receive and « -¿

Ïiorts: to elect a director in , r lt,ast ??£

o-the board not a retiring- <*%rr, the ? § be nominated In writing 7 £»??*;,« ig M j

meeting); to elect auditors, to j flf m, ? * other «enoial buslne« By .» board, O CAMERON. Manager. MU