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! tAW NOTICES

KrahAM BOWDEN,- Late oí "ßSfirnalte." i âAyRoad, HeldeW, feto© «»te of

Victoria; Railway Bmpíoyeft DeoeB*e4.~MteT > fourteen clear days AlfredUgorace Jatíuon. of i fcoambra street, West Preston, In the mW ' - state clerk, one oí the executors appointed , grdeceased's will, dated the 26th 8epjember.

%ti wWAPPlV to the Supreme Court oí »ia for a grant of PROBATE ,ol the ¿da WILL, leave being reserved to; Keith Macrae Bowden, of 28 First avenue, Kew. in the said State, medical practitioner, at pre- sent a captain in the Austrian military iorces the other executor appointed by the «aid will, to come in at any time and prove «Te same. AITKEN, WALKER. & STRACHAN, 123 William street, Melbourne, rffoctoTH for the applicant._____» AFTER 14 clear days "rHEPERPETUAL raâxJUTORS AND TRUSTEES ASSOCIA ?nONOP AUSTRALIA LIMITED, 0Í 100-104 uiieen street, Melbourne, the duly appointed nitom« of THE GUARDIAN TRUST AND raECUTORS COMPANY OF NEW ZEA- LAND LIMITED, of Auckland, New Zealand ihp executor to whom probate of the will

dated í"th December. 1942) of CATHERINE

ann WING, late of Auckland. New Zealand, íTtdow, deceased', was granted by the Supreme rôurt of New Zealand on the 26th day of February. 1943, will APPLY to the Supreme Com t of Victoria that its SEAL may be affixed to an Exemplification of the said Frótete H. G. CARTER & SON, 360 Col- lins street, Melbourne, solicitors for the said

applicant._ AFTER 14 days from date application will

be made to the Supreme Court of Victoria that PROBATE of übe WILL, dated 13th August 1940, and the Codicil thereto, dated 15th September, 1941, of JEANNETTE GARDNER ANGEL, late of 2 Devon place, Bridgetown, Totnes, in the County of Devon, England, spinster, deceased, be granted to Eric Leyden Morrfeby (in the Bald will called ?.Eric Morrisby"), of 10. Tennyson street, » Caulfield, Victoria. Gentleman, the sole

executor appointed by the said will in respect oí property of deceased in the Commonwealth of Australia. Dated the 20th day of August, 1943 SEPTIMUS A. RALPH & SONS. 430 Little Collins street, Melbourne, solicitors for the said executor._ AFTER the expiration of fourteen days from

the publication hereof application will be made to the Supreme Court of Victoria that LETTERS of ADMINISTRATION, with the will (dated 18th January, 1942) annexed, of the estate of REGINALD JUREY, late of 38 Rupert street, West Footscray, in the State of Victoria, carpenter, deceased, may be granted to THE TRUSTEES EXECUTORS AND AGENCY COMPANY LIMITED, of 401 Collins street, Melbourne, the duly elected guardian of Grace Emily Jurey, the infant daughter and only next of kin of the said deceased, the executrix and sole beneficiary appointed by the said will having predeceased him. W. E. C. TREYVAUD. 352 Collins street, Mel- bourne, proctor for the applicant.

ALEXANDRA QUTNSEY, Late of 39 Dowling

Street, Kensington, In the State of New South Wales, Widow, Deceased.-After four- teen clear days Sybil Assenath Quinsey. of 39 Dowling street. Kensington, public servant, the executrix appointed by deceased s will. " dated the thirtieth day of October, one thous-

and nine hundred and twenty-nine, will APPLY to the Supreme Court for grant of PROBATE of the said WILL. Dated the twentieth day of August, one thousand nine hundred and torty three. KRCROUSE. OLDHAM, & DARVALL, solicitors, 352 Col- lins street. Melbourne._ ANNIE ELIZA WATKINS, Late of Armi-

dale, New South Wales, Widow, Deceased. -Alter fomteen clear days Enid Clissold Watkins and Dorothy Marjorie Clissold Frost, the exécutrices to whom probate of the will cf the deceased was granted by the Supreme Court of New South Wales, will APPLY to the Supremo Court of Victoria for its SEAL to be AFFIXED thereto.

RIGBY & FIELDING, 60 Market street. Mel. '

bourne solicitors for the applicants._ i ARTHUR BONVILLE WERE. Late of "Ever-

sley," Were street, Brighton Beach, in the State of Victoria, Gentleman, Deceased. - After lourteen clear days THE MINION TRUS rEE COMPANY OF AUSTRALIA LIMITED. of 333 Collins street. Melbourne, the execu- tor appointed by deceased's will, dated 15th March, 1940, will APPLY to the Supreme Court for a grant of PROBATE of this WILL. H. UXBRIDGE BEST, 314 Collins street, Melbourne solicitor._ CHARLES McCASKER, Formerly of 29 View

Street, Mont Albert. But Late of 7 St. Edmunds Road, Prahran, Gentleman, De- ceased. - After 14 clear days THE EQUITY TRUSTEES, EXECUTORS, AND AGENCY COMPANY LIMITED, of 472 Bourke street, Melbourne, the executor appointed by de- ceased's will, dated the 9th October, 1941, will APPLY to the Supreme Court for a grant of PROBATE of the said WILL and Codicil thereto. dated the 8th September, 1942. DUGDALE. SIMMONS, & STEVENS, "Peacock House," 486 Bourke street. Mel- bourne, solicitors for the applicant. CLAIMS NOTICE. - CHARLES HAY-

WARD WEBB, late of 12 Royston s \ ernie, East Malvern, Retired Archi- tect, who died on the ninth day of April, 1943 -Creditors, next of kin. and all other persons having CIAIMS against the estate of the deceased are required by the executors of the will. Edward Percy Town Icy Morns, decorator, and Alexina Morris, married woman, both of 24 Westgarth street, i East Malvern, to SEND PARTICULARS to I them, care of the undersigned, on or before | 26th November, 1943. after which date they

will distribute tho assets, having regard only to the claims of which they then have | no ice. SEPTIMUS A. RALPH & SONS, ¡ solicitors, 430 Little Collins street, Mel

bourne. _

COMPANIES ACT 1938.-R. E. HARE PTY. , LTD-. in Voluntary Liquidation.-Notice to Creditors of Intention to Declare a First and Final Dividend.-Take notice, that a First and Final DIVIDEND is inlended to be Declared In the above matter. Creditors who do not lodge proof of their debts or claims with me on or before the sixth day °£. September, 1943, will be excluded. Dated iWs 20Ui day of August, 1943. G. M. FOS BERY, liquidator, 379 Collins street. Mel bouroe, C l. _ ELIZABETH LANDMANN, Late Of 85 PrOS

pect Hill Road, East Camberwell, Married }i ?an{" Deceased.-After 14 clear days Maxlmillian Landmatm, of 10 Goodall street, A11}01? Eas,fc' Pharmaceutical chemist, and wilhelmina Marie Louise Landmann, of 85 Piospect Hill road, East Camberwell, spin- ster, one of'the executors and the executrix ..ppomted by deceased's will, dated the 13th day of March, 1928, will APPLY to the supreme Court for a grant of PROBATE of the said WILL, leave being reserved toGus T Hermann Landmann, of 85 Prospect «ill road, East Camberwell, carpenter, the other executor appointed by the said will, to um^Al-an.d ÇLrove the Banle- A- O. HALL & WILCOX, 20 Queen street. Melbourne, solici-

tor^_

LlííZA?ETH BARBARA WHITE, Formerly of v3ml£r 8 M"»«» Street, But Late of Num- ber 11 Kanakatta. Street, Black Rock. Widow. Deceased-After 14 clear days Louisa Frances 7ÏÏL / of Raebank, Carween avenue. Upwey, Piaster, the executrix appointed by deceased's i!':utl!i£d 16 February, 1942. will APPLY PAn£B fwreme Court for grant of PRO raP^LlÍJe ^'d WILL. MADDEN.-BUT Melbou & GRAHAM- 406 Collins street. ELLIS CHAPMAN CADDY, Late of 4 Barkly  

Street, Brighton, Compositor, Deceased -     After 14 clear days Thomas Alexander Caddy.   of 125 St. Andrew street, Brighton, me   chanic, and Harold Caddy, of 4 Barkly,   Steet, Brighton, sergeant in the R.A.A.F.,   the executors appointed by deceased's will, dated 22nd February, 1932, will APPLY to   I Supreme Court for grant of PROBATE of the WILL, HENDERSON & BALL, soli- citors 430 Little Collins street, Melbourne.  

I t^lEtlTR^R^A On the Will Hereinafter I <5TOMrîSedTJPalled "Terna") MARGARET I FhTU^l. ^"nerly of lo Addison Street, I fw5' ?,!& ^te oi 60 Southey Street 1 d«v« t . wid°w. Deceased.-After 14 clear ! S»?»,¿ohn» Edward George Scriven, of 50

M,«rX,rtlS?h',.Elwood> a member of the arSi¿in-uMmtary ForcDs. th6 executor ffiT by deceased's will, dated 10th coïï? ?ÓV 1D36, .wüí APPLY to the supreme WIT T ^rffi1 & PROBATE Of the said 19« »Ä thls 19th day of August, strict **3t °- NUNAN. 422 Little Collins ^rect, Melbourne, solicitor. _ ^ShÄ* HKCOCK. Late of Leongatha, day* fTS°^?,ni Jeceased.-After 14 clear Emil'v vTr#H"Y T ne , fampM»» (formerly street iSÍSÍÍSfu Hlsco<*), o* 40 Bramley Arthur ¿ÎW». married woman, and to AU1!?01*' ? Poster North' iar bv 'd&ÂJïï?utríí a?d executor appointed 1934 «AÏ11' dated 2s)th December, i grant\tPlkTJ?n&e Supreme Court for -MARSHAt^ S^ÄXS,,01 the «»id WILL. Eatha & MOORE, solicitors, Leon

Ecffin G1£HCP J*}T* Formerly of uÄw nJ£en¿- -B.ut, Late <* Drouin, dare M^ Hm8*86?- Intestate.-After 14 clear the wÄ ^hu01 21° H'8h str«*tt Bendigo, to the snnTmih?,sal? deceased, will AFPfc? MINISTRA wow 0aVt Rr "OTTERS Of AD

8AKrpInMJ01?Ni CLEMENT MELBOURNE CaulfieldP°p'n*.Kte ^oi, 31 Marriott Street, -After idReHled ^Enelne Driver. Deceased Sampton of oeonr,Äs Robina Mary Hlslop widow ann «? M?dden avenue, Glenhuntly, »«Stor twnM?uí¿ce HuriT' "< Kyneton the dec^,,W,?.o01 ,#e executors appointed, by June iamPcd,Ä, YUUrÄ»^. tne "th daTof Iw grant'^"nASSÍílü0 tho Supreme Court >««ibeMJSSäWT,'* the said WILL, Iformerjv of ^,rved to H^>IX Bruc« Btewart.

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LAW NOTICES

FRANK BERNARD HARRISON, Formerly

of 36 Hampden Road, Armadale, But Late a Member ol the Australian Imperial ïY*rces. Deceased.-Alter 14 clear days Ruth Antill Harrison, of 635 Olive street-. Albury, New South wales, widow, the sole executrix ap- pointed by deceased's will, dated 29th August, 1941, will APPLY to the Supreme Court for a grant of PROBATE of the said WIT.L. McCAY gz THWAITES, solicitors. 360 Collins street, Melbourne._ GRACE WYLLIE CRIOHTON. Late of Num-

ber, 20 Ellesmere Road, Windsor, in the State of Victoria, Retired Teacher.-After 14 clear days Frederick Crichton, of Yarrara, farmer, and David Maynard Crichton, of Boneo, farmer, the executors appointed by the deceased's will, dated 11th May. 1943. will APPLY to the Supreme Court for grant Of PROBATE Of the said WILL. MADDEN. BUTLER. ELDER, Se GRAHAM. 406 Collins street, Melbourne.

JAMES PASK, Formerly of 19 Park Road,

Middle Park, But Late of Mountain View Poad,' Lower Ferntree Gully. Retired Manu- facturer, Deceased.^-After 14 clear days Elizabeth Pask, formerly of 19 Park road. Middle Park, but now. of "Narooma," Cow- deroy st., St. Kilda, widow, the executrix appointed by deceased's will, dated 23rd May, 1918. will APPLY to the Supreme Court for grant of PROBATE of the said WILL. Dated this 19th day of August, 1943. PAUL C. NUNAN, 422 Little Collins street. Melbourne, solicitor. _

JAMES KILGOUR RAE, Late of McCombe

Street, Rosebud, in Victoria, Retired Tra I veller, Deceased.-After' fourteen clear day a Frederick Cyril Saunders, of 24 Collins street. Essendon, Gentleman, the executor appointed by deceased's will, dated the 12th day of August, 1943, Will APPLY to the Supreme Court for a grant of PROBATE of the said WILL. GREEN, DOBSON. & MIDDLETON, of 60 Market street, Mel-

bourne.

JANE MIERS, Sometimes Known 88 Susan-

nah Jane Miers, Late of 37 Macgregor Street. East Malvern, in the State of Vic- toria, Widow. Deceased.-After fourteen clear days Ivy Elizabeth Florence Roberts, of 37 Macgregor street. East Malvern, widow, the executrix appointed by deceased's will, dated the second day .of December, one thou- sand nine hundred and thirty-nine, will APPLY to the Supreme Court for grant of PROBATE of the said WILL. CORR & CORR, of 104 Queen street, Melbourne, proc- tors for the applicant.

JANE BAGGS MAUDE, Late of Argus Street.

Cheltenham, Widow, Deceased.-After four- teen clear days Alfred James Maude, of North-west Mooroopna, market gardener, and Albert Percy Maude, of Argus street, Cheltenham driver, the executors appointed by deceased's will, dated 18th July, 1938, will APPLY to the Supreme Court of Vic- toria for a grant of PROBATE of the said WILL. Dated this 20th day of August, 1943. E. W. OLLEY. 431 Bourke street, Melbourne, solicitor for the applicants.

JOHN SHELDON, Late of HopemiU Hotel,

Cape Town, Cape Division, south Africa. Gentleman, Deceased.-After 14 clear days THE BALLARAT TRUSTEES, EXECUTORS, Se AGENCY COMPANY LIMITED, of Lydiard street, Ballarat, the duly appointed attorney under power of Edward Langdon Reilly, of Cape Town, Union of South Africa, execu- tor, dative in the estate of the said John Sheldon, deceased,, will APPLY to the Supreme Court of the State of Victoria that the SEAL of the said Supreme Court may be AFFIXED to the duplicate original let- ters of administration granted by the Supreme Court of South Africa. Cape of Good Hope Provincial Division, on the 24th day of August, 1942, to the said Edward Langdon Reilly. R. H. RAMSAY, 41 Lydiard street. Ballarat, solicitor._ JOHN EDWARD RAVEN. Formerly of 136

Toorak Road, Camberwell. But Late of Heidelberg House Intermediate Hospital, Heidelberg, Retired Postmaster, Deceased. After 14 clear days THE TRUSTEES EXECU- TORS AND AGENCY COMPANY LIMITED, of 401 Collins street, Melbourne, the execu- tor appointed by deceased's will, dated 26th April, 1937, will, APPLY to the Supreme Court of Victoria for a grant of PROBATE of the said WILL. HADEN SMITH & FITCHETT, solicitors, 405 Collins street, Melbourne._;_ MARY BUTTLER Late of Corindhap, in

the State of Victoria, Widow, Deceased, Who Died on the Second Day of August, One Thousand Nine Hundred and Forty two.-Creditors, next-of-kin and all other persons having CLAIMS. against the estate of the deceased are required by the execu- tors, Thomas Firns, of Katunga, in the said State, and George Buttler, of Corind- hap aforesaid, to SEND PARTICULARS to the said Thomas Firns and the said George Buttler, in care of the undermentioned solicitor, at the address hereunder shown, on or before the 30th day of October one thousand nine hundred and forty-three, after which date they will distribute the assets, having regard only to the claims of which they then have notice. Dated this 20th day of August, 1943, T. E. BYRNE, of 56 Lydiard street south, Ballarat, solicitor._ NOTICE is hereby given, that after the ex-

piration of fourteen days from the publica- tion hereof Thomas Farlia McMullen and George Francis Loney. the manager and sub manager of the Union Bank of Australia Limited. Melbourne, in the State of Victoria, the duly constituted attorneys of The Royal Bank of Scotland, of 3 Bishopsgate. in the City of London, England, the executor of the will of HELEN MARIA BUTCHART. of Belt Rahat Avenue de Trespoey, Pau. in France, spinster, deceased, will APPLY to the Regis- trar of Probates of the Supreme Court of the said State that the SEAL of the said Supreme Court may be AFFIXED to the probate of the will of the said Helen Maria Butchart, de- ceased, granted by the Principal Probate Registry of His Majesty's High Court of Justice In England to the said executor. Dated the twentieth day of August, one thousand nine hundred and forty-three. KRCROUSE. OLDHAM. & DARVALL, sollcl tors. 352 Collins street, Melbourne._ NOTICE is hereby given, that after the

expiration of fourteen days from the pub- lication hereof application Will be made to the Supreme Court that PROBATE of the WILL, dated the tenth day of July, one thousand nine hundred and eighteen, of WILLIAM MANLEY JEPSON, formerly of .Hampton street, Brighton, but latterly of 182 The Esplanade. Middle Brighton, civil engineer, deceased, may be granted to THE TRUSTEES EXECUTORS AND AGENCY COMPANY LIMITED, of Collins street. Mel- bourne which was named therein and ap- pointed to be executor thereof after the death of testator's widow. Ellen Jepson (since deceased), to whom probate of the said will was duly granted. Dated this 18th day of August. 1943. ' H. A. M. BROM- FIELD, of Daylesford, solicitor for the ap- plicant;_ ?- ?_ NOTICE to CLAIMANTS.-Pursuant to the

Trustee Act 1928, creditors, next of kin, and all other persons having CLAIMS In respect of the p&tate of any deceased person named below are required to SEND PAR- TICULARS to the legal personal representa- tives at the address stated on or before the dato stated, after -which date the represen- tatives will distribute the assets, having regard only to the claims of which notice has then been received: - AMEY ELLEN GOWER, late of 8 Denmark street. Kew, widow, deceased, died 1st July, 1943.-Claims to the executois, THE EQUITY TRUSTEES, EXECUTORS, AND AGENCY COMPANY LIMITED, and Herrmann Carl Just, 472 .Bourke street, Melbourne, by 30th Octo- ber, 1943. ARTHUR PHILLIPS & JUST. solicitors, 472 Bourke street. Melbourne.

NOTICE Of INTENTION to DECLARE a

DIVIDEND. - The Bankruptcy Act 1924 1933, Part X11.-In the Matter Of the As- signed Estate- of JOHN HARDY. EUNICE ELIZA HARDY, Se RONALD MANCE, Trad- ing as the Ciaron Shoe Co., of 568 Nicholson Street, North Fitzroy, Shoe Manufacturers. Notice is hereby given, that a Third DIVI- DEND is intended to be Declared in this matter. The dividend will be payable to those creditors who have proved their claims on or before the 6th day of September, 1943. Dated, this 18th day of August. 1943. C. R. B. JAMES, S. W. GARSIDE, Joint Trustees, 19 Queen street, Melbourne._

SAMUEL GUTHRIE FERGUSON, Late Of

"Alnster," King Street, Gardiner, Clerk, Deceased.-After 14 clear days Charlotte Mlnnis Ferguson, of 1 King street, Gar- diner, widow, the executrix appointed by deceased's will, dated the 6th May, 1930, Will APPLY to the Supreme Court for a grant of PROBATE of the said WILL. HERBERT TURNER & SON, solicitors, 4 Bank place, Melbourne. _ TRANSFER OF LAND ACT 1928, Sec. 79.

The Commissioner of Titles having so directed, it is intended after fourteen clear days from this publication in the "Argus" to ISSUE to CHARLES CUTHBERT GLEN WRIGHT (administrator of the estate of Francis William Vernon, also known as Frank Vernon), a NEW CERTIFICATE OF TITLE to all that piece of land being that part of Crown Portion 118A, .south-east of St. Kilda, parish of Prahran, county of Bourke, des- cribed in Certificate of Title, vol. 2776. foi. 555187, in lieu of that certificate, the dupli- cate of such having, as is alleged, been lost. Dated 12th August. 1943. O. H. SINCLAIR. Asst, Registrar of Titles. RODDA. BAL- LARD. Se VROLAND, 430 Little Collins street, Melbourne, solicitors for the applicant.

WILLIAM DALTON WEST, Late of Yan v Yean Road, Plenty, In the State of Vic-

toria, State School Teacher, and of the Australian Military Forces, Deceased.-After 14 clear days Marjory Augusta West, for- merly of Yan Yean road aforesaid, now of 8 Fitzgerald street. Balwyn, the widow of said deceased, and ,t)ie executrix appointed by deceased's will, dated 31st"March, 1943, will APPLY to the Supreme Court for grant of PROBATE of the said WILL. C H. FORD. LL.M., solicitor, Traralgon.

LAW NOTICES

TRANSFER OF LAND ACT 1928, See. 78.

Aiter fourteen clear days from tills pub- lication in the "Argus" it is intended to register without production of duplicate of mortgage No. 603357, given by LEONARD CARMAN over the land described below a discharge thereof by HENRY JOHN TUTT, the Commissioner of Titles having consented thereto. Dated 12th August, 1943. C. H, SINCLAIR, Asst. Registrar of Titles. LAND. -That part of Crown Portion 206, parish of Prahran at Gardiner, county of Bourke, described in certificate of title, vol. 5110,

foi. 1021950. _-J_[

WILLIAM JAMES WALSH, Late of 443A

Drummond Street, Carlton, Retired Fac- tory Hand, Deceased.-After 14 clear days Edward Patrick Walsh, formerly of 9 Ken- dall street St. Kilda, but now of 65 Queen's road, Melbourne, Gentleman, the executor appointed by deceased's will (dated the 18th day of May, 1938), will APPLY to the Supreme Court of Victoria for PROBATE of the said WILL. DOYLE & KERR, solicitors, 108 Queen street, Melbourne.

ELECTION NOTICES

MBÍ VERNON MARGETTS; Independent

candidate for Fawkner, R.S.S.I.L.A. Hall, High street, Malvern, Tonight, at 8 p.m. (Authorised by G. W. Margetts, 252 Flln ders lane, Melbourne.) _ NUNAWADING ELECTORAL DISTRICT:

The following persons have been nominated as candidates for election:

EDMUNDS, FREDERICK LEWIS. ' FORDHAM, WALTER ALBERT. GRAY, ROBERT JOHN.

HOGAN. JOHN CHARLES.

MONSBOURGH. LILA RUTH DYLLIS NORMAN, OLIVER BERRI.

ROBERTSON. DAVID CLAUDE.

The POLL will be TAKEN on SATURDAY, the FOURTH DAY of SEPT., 1943. com- mencing at 8 a.m. and terminating at 8 p.m., at the undermentioned polling places,

viz:

Box Hill Subdivision.-Box Hill Town Hall. Box Hill; 887 Canterbury road. Box Hill

south.

Canterbury Subdivision.-Scouts' Hall. Shierlaw ave., Canterbury; Baptist School Hall, Parrlng rd.. Balwyn; Molesworth st.. State School No. 3572; Rechabite Halli Surrey

Hills West.

Mitcham Subdivision.-Mitcham State School; Blackburn Recreation Hall: Tunstall Public Hall.

Ringwood Subdivision.-Ringwood, Town Hall. Ringwood; Heathmont Store. Heath- mont.

Surrey Hills Subdivision.-Surrey Hills State School No. 2778; Mont Albert. Metho- dist School Hall, Hotham street.

(Signed) W. H. G. ELLINGWORTH. J.P..

Returning Officer. Date, 19th August. 1943.

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ROOMS, Half Houses. Select Tenants.

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JEAN SANDERS, 243 Collins street.

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B.S.R., k'ette, S.-confc. H.W.S. U738S. Couple. _

SINGLE furn. B.S.R.. close Cotham rd.

tram: sep. entrance; suit bus. woman; refs.; no phone. Haw. 6661._ ST. KILDA.-Well-furn. F.D.B.S.R.. own

kit., also Sleep-out (furn.), clean, quiet home, opposite Town Hall. LA3426, after 2 p.m.

BOARD AND RESIDENCE

AAA CITY, TASMA. 4 Parliament PJ. -

Room and breakfast only; H W 8 ; weekly <0y 35 ' dnllv 6/6 P8006_ AAA.-AIRLIE, 452 St. Kilda Rd.-Double _Vacancy. Ring Win. 6557._ AAA.-Redcourt. 6 Orrong Rd.. Armadale

-Large Double Vacancy. U434I.

A -About BOARD & RES. all tariffs, se»

Mrs WEBSTER 243 Collins st C 2999

BOARD and Res., dole., sgle. JEAN _SANDERS. 243 Collins street._

ELDERLY Lady wants Board, homely

people, permanent, Bayswater, L.F.T. Gully, near statlop. Terms ' by letter. P. M. Smith. Bayswater._ EXCLUSIVE Ige. Dble. Va,c" H.W.S. Picton

Lodge, 4 Mitford st.. St. Kilda. LA2645. GENT seeks Board and Residence, south of _Yarra. R.W.. c/o Argus._ GUEST HOUSE Accom. available, or Bd. and

B'fast: conv. city and suburbs. Mrs. F. BLAGDON. 80 Swanston st. C. 6163 (3 lines).

SORRENTO

Exclusive Home open for guests from De- cember, near golf course. Applications, ring Win 7665. mornings.

ST. KILDA, GLOUCESTER LODGE, 22

Marine Par.-H.W.S. Inquiries. LA3202.

WANTED.-Young business girl (Protestant)

desires Board and < Residence in private home. ' Ring O. 8L44 between 9 and 5.30.

WHEN looking for Accommodation, try the Waldorf Private Hotel, 155 Fitzroy st., St Kilda. Win. 319. L. P. Probert, proprietor We may be able to help you.

MEDICAL

AAA.-LADIES/-, NURSE KAY'S for Advice

on personal hygiene.. Call personally, or write to Nurse Kay, Shop 10, Flinders Way Arcade (nr. 236 Flinders lane), Melbourne. ADVICE FREE._ MAN'S DANGER GLAND.

One man tin three has prostate trouble.

For prompt, accurate diagnosis and expert treatment at moderate fees, call at The Clinic. 473-481 Bourke st. Teh MU4632.

MR. S. QUONG, leading Chinese herbalist.

latest medicines consultations free. Sat., Sun onlv 272-4 Lonsdale st., Melb. F2263 POULTON'S PHARMACY, 119 Bourke st.,

Melbourne. Established over 70 years. Re- commend Dr. PARERIA'S TONIC for that rundown condition. Strengthens the body nerves and gives you new energy; 7/G box. or 3 for £1. Write or call for advice on all ailments._ SUPERFLUOUS Facial Hair. - Genuine, suc-

cessfully proved remedy. Write for infor- mation. PO. Box No. N.1020. Perth. W.A.

MACHINERY

MELBOURNE MACHINERY CO.. 51 Queen's Bridge st.. S. Melb-S.H. Mach. MX3283

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LS" - NEW STATE

Ing to stardom radiant Diana Barrymore

will rapture your heart in her flist sterling rniedy drama, with Robert Cummings, Kay

ti on.)

ÍORE IS ADORABLE

n Us Girls," is "The Great Impersonation" Evelyn Ankers and Ralph Bellamy, and twice ate Orchestra. presenting "Gems From i Catherine Walsh.

4.30. 7.50. PLANS AT THEATRE (F465G),

ter, Darling"-7th Week

MacMURRAY, ROBT. BENCHLEY. Male oz solves the male secretary problem has

of laughter for the past six weeks. (For

CH GETS GLAMOUR"

h. Dlanna Lynn. (For General Exhibition.) 3 of Stren'th." and Clnesonnd Review. Four 15. 4.30. 7.30. Plans open six days in nd Glen's.

1472: Now, 10.15, 1.15, 4.30, 8

SHARD NEY. and SARA ALLGOOD in

ST MRS. HADLEY"

f the Producers of "Mrs. Miniver."

:dy. "Tish," with Marjorie Main, Zasu Pitts. >r General Exhibition.)

Wl NOW1

i "South of Santa Fe"

se, and Romance to the soreen in a new, »rge "Gabby" Hayes, Paul Fix. and Linda

COMES HOME"

Storm, and Manton Moreland,

ti romande of the Limberlost country! 3eneral Exhibition.)

_Tel. C. 4477.

ORCHESTRA WANTED, Piano. Violin, Saxa

phone, every Saturday night, for modern dance hall, holiday resort. Very attractive terms offered. BASS, c/o Gordon & Gotch, Melbourne._ RAFFLE. 2/8th Btn. Welfare Assoc.-Win-

ning tickets. 775/17380. 761.

SUBURBAN THEATRES TONIGHT

AUSTRAL THEATRE, COLLINGWOOD.

J2282,-(x) "GENTLEMAN AFTER DARK" (Brian Donlevy-Miriam Hopkins). "SCAT- TERGOOD SURVIVES A MURDER" (Guy Klbbee-Margaret Hayes).

BALWYN THEATRE. Tel. WF1133.

(x) "PANAMA HATTIE," Ann Sothem. Red Skelton; and (x) "EYES IN THE NIGHT." Edward Arnold._

BOX HILL, RIALTO THEATRE. WX1418.

"THE VANISHING VIRGINIAN." Frank Morgan: "JACKASS MAIL " Wallace Beery.

BOX HILL. REGENT THEATRE WX1418.

(x) "TALK OF THE TOWN." Jean Arthur: (x) "NIAGARA FALLS."_

CLIFTON THEATRE. CLIFTON HILL.

JW1049.-"FORTY THOUSAND HORSE- MEN" (Grant Taylor); "BUCK PRIVATES" (Bud Abbott-Lou Costello)._

CRYSTAL PALACE, oa DANDENONG RD.

(Near Caulfield Station).

Miriam Hopkins-Brian Donlevy.

"A GENTLEMAN AFTER DARK" (x).

"This Is Blitz "

Paul Kelly-Fay Wiav.

_"NOT A LADY'S MAN "_

FAIRFIELD THEATRE, FAIRFIELD

JW2235.-(x) "MOQNTTDE" (Ida Lupino Jean Gabln); "GIVE OUT SISTERS" (An drew Sisters)._ HARTWELL, REGAL THEATRE. WM1911.

-(x) "MOONTIDE" (ida Lupino-Jean Gabin); ."THE POSTMAN DIDN'T RING" (Brenda Joyce-Richard Travis).

NEWMARKET THEATRE. NEWMARKET.

FU5646.-"GOOSE STEPS OUT" (Will Hay); (x) "MERCY ISLAND" (Ray Middle ton-Gloria Dickson)._

NORTHCOTE THEATRE, NORTHCOTE.

JW2868. - "TO BE OR NOT TO BE" (Carole Lombard-Jack Benny); (x) "THIS MAN IS DANGEROUS" (Margaret Vyner Joe Mason). On Stage. Thuisday Next. 3AW Kiwi Kids._

OAKLEIGH, PARAMOUNT. UM1088.

(x) "THE MALTESE FALCON" and "AT LANTIC CONVOY." Com, at 7 50._

OAKLEIGH, PLAZA. UM1088.

(x) "SHIPS WITH WINGS." (x) "ONE THRILLING NIGHT." Com, at 7 50.

RIVOLI THEATRE (Tel. WA1551). Camber-

well Junction, Upper Hawthorn. - (x) "PANAMA HATTIE" (Ann Sothern-Red Skelton): (x) "EYES IN THE NIGHT" (Edward Arnold-Ann Harding)._

ST. KILDA. PALAIS PICTURES. LA1555 -

Judy Garland. George Murphy, in "FOR ME AND MY GAL." Guy Klbbee in "SCATTERGOOD SURVIVES A MURDER." On the Stage. Dulcie Ciofts. Austialia's Only Girl Ventriloquist._ SURREY HILLS, SURREY THEATRE.

WF1161.--Mickey Rooney, "A YANK AT ETON." Van Heflin (x). "GRAND CEN- TRAL MURDER."

Censorship Classification

AU films advertised In this pare marked (X) are approved by the Censor as NOT SUITABLE FOR

GENERAL EXHIBITION.

All films not so marked approved AS

FOR GENERAL EXHIBITION.

' AMUSEMENTS

TIVOLI THEATRE - TWICE DAILY - 2 and 8 p.m.

Direction: Tivoli Circuit of Australia. VAUDEVILLE REVUE, 20 Star Acts.

BRILLIANT AND OUTSTANDING

The London «j>| Ap|f_ VA1MITIF«»" New Stars and

Palladium Success. DLALIV. VAiNl I IE.3 Popular Favourites.

Including Geo. Wallace. Chas. Norman, and Gardner and Kane, and Co.

P^?iTè"^'^G1en% Theatre "(Cent. 928-929). Production: Wallace R Farnell.

'HITS AND HIGHLIGHTS." Tivoli Attraction. 3XY. Sunday, 6 15 to 6 45 p.m.

HIS MAJESTY'S. Com TOMORROW NIGHT, 7 55. FIRST MAT. NEXT WEDNESDAY

J. C. williamson Theatres Announce a Notable Production of

'THE GIRL FRIEND" MUSICAL COMEDY

Gay. Chic. Channing, and Altogether Adorable, and a Wonderful Cast. Including:

DON NICOL in tke Leading Role of Richard Bennison

iWS? 55£?¿r¿°,Y YOrcgEN BOBBY MACK FRED MURRAY. MARIE LA VARRE, ALLEN CHRISTIE. LETTY CRAYDON. SYD WHEELER. FRANK MARTIN. -

ÇS^uc«! bv ALAN CHAPMAN. Musical Director. GABRIEL JOFFE Ballets from JENNIE BRENAN Academy. Ensembles and Ballets Directed by HAZEL MELDRUM. Scenery by GEO. UPWARD. Plans. Allan's (O. 4674) Six Days Ahead, at AU Prices.

COMEDY THEATRE. Evenings. 8 15. Matinees, SAT. and WED. at 2. T " r.rrr-,rlXÏ^i?Hrr^,f}SXU>t, Theatre Laughter at Every Performance.

J. C. WILLIAMSON THEATRES, in Conjunction with White Hall Productions, Present; -

"MY SISTER EILEEN" "MY SISTER EILEEN"

Marjorie Gordon, Claude Flemming, Bettina Welch

FRANK BRADLEY, CHARLES ZOLI. KEITH EDEN. MADGE AUBREY. ETHEL £A£HI^lF3X.C5£XDON« "ÎS311 STACY. ERIC RETMAN. REGINALD NEWSON, Î^.^PS^J^8 CORDON ELIZABETH GARDINER. BRIAN BARRIE. LES KING

RONALD TURNER. Produced by GERALD KIRBY.

Plans at Allan's (Cent. 4674) and Theatre (Cent 4878) Six Days Ahead, at AU Prfcea. »' _Next Production: "WATCH ON THE RHINE"--The Play of Plays.

/

.. , , , Direction: Australian Broadcasting Commission. >

(Assisted by the Ladies' Advisory Committee of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra).

TOWN HALL - THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2-8 p.m,

SECOND PATRIOTIC - CONCERT SECOND PATRIOTIC - > CONCERT

MELBOURNE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

CONDUCTOR: BERNARD HEINZE. SOLO PIANIST: UNA BOURNE.

CONDUCTOR: BERNARD HEINZE. ' SOLO PIANIST: UNA BOURNE, *

Symphonic Programme of Ballet Music.

"The Gods go a-begging" (Handel-Beecham); Concerto in A Miuoi for Pianoforte and Orchestra. Op. 16 (Grieg); Symphony No. 5 in E Minor, Op. 64 (Tschaikowsky).

NET PROCEEDS TO AUSTRALIAN RED CROSS. NET PROCEEDS TO AUSTRALIAN RED CROSS.

PRICES: II, 3/ (Res.), and 3/ (Unres.). Box-plan at Allan's. Thurs, 26th August. SIXTH WEEK! SIXTH WEEK! SIXTH WEEK!

HOYTS REGENT: cowSs"In Which We Serve"

FOUR BIG "IN WHICH VfB SERVE" SESSIONS DAILY AT 10.25, 1.20,

4 30, 7 55.

To Thrill You with Indomitable Pride. Brilliantly Starring

Noel Coward, - John Mills, Celia Johnson, Kay Walsh

A Two "Cities Film. Released by Gaumont British Dominions. (Not

Suitable for General Exhibition )

Supporting Entertainment Includes "Unusual Occupations"; Disney's "Vanishing Private"; Herschell's Colour Featurette, "World Garden." DANIEL MAS and the Régent öichestra, with Ron Atkinson, Guest? Vocalist. BOX-PLANS at Theatre (F3l31). Allan's, and Glen's.

THIRD WEEK! THIRD WEEK!1 THIRD WEEK!

FOUR BIG SESSIONS: At 10 am. 1-5, 4 30, 7 40 pm

CAPITOL: Rudyard Kipling's "JUNGLE BOOK"

An Alexander Korda Pi eduction in Technicolour, starling SABU, with Joseph CALLEIA. John QUALEN. Patricia O'ROURKE. Plus Full Romancel Merriment' In Hal Roach's

"Calaboose," Jimmie Rogers, Noah Beery, Jun., Mary Brian

Also Wait Disney's Latest Sensation. Donald Duck in "DER FUEHRER'S

FACE." (Entire Programme for General Exhibition ) " ,_i ON STAGE (Twice Daily): "THE ARTISTOS," a Miracle of Skill «id ^

Beauty. Box-plan at Theatre.

Four Sessions Daily, at 10.10 a nu. ¿15, 4 25, 7.45 p m.

HOYTS PLAZA: "GIRL TROUBLE"-5th Week

She rented her flat to a bachelor . . . with ONE bad habit!

Starring

Joan Bennett, Don Ameche, with Billie Burke

(For General Exhibition ) Plus Thrills! With "THE FALCON'S BROTHER," with George Sanders. Jane Randolph. (Not Suitable for General Exhibition ) Also Herschell's All-colour Featurette "Queen Cotton." Plans at Theatre (F2683), Allan's, and Glen's. DANIEL MAS

and the Plaza. Players.

FOUR BIG SESSIONS DATL1 : At 10.15 am, 1 20, 4 35, 7 45 p m.

Athenaeum: "The First of the Few"-4th Month

Starring the Romantic Stars of the Hour!

LESLIE HOWARD DAVID NIVEN

Inventor to the Devil-may-care, Death "Bird That Spits Death " defying Test Pilot.

Biilliant Supporting Entertainment Includes NEW Fox March of Time, "Fighting French"; Herschell's Featurette. "Green Girdle"; Colour Car- toon. "Welcome, Little Stranger." (Programme for Gencial Exhibition,) Plans at Theatre (Cent. 1163) and Allan's.

UNBELIEVABLE FACTS REVEALED FOR THE FIRST TIME ON THE SCREEN!

Hoyts De Luxe: "Hitler's Children"-3rd WeeK

FOUR BIG SESSIONS DAILY: At 1015. 1 20, 4 20. 7 45.

The Most Sensational Picture Ever Filmed! . . . Out of the pagea of t the book that shocked the world! With BONITA GRANVILLE. TTJI HOLT. OTTO KRUGER, H. B. WARNER. (Not Suitable Tor General Exhibition ) Plus Riotous Laughs!

"YANKS AHOY," William Tracy, Joe Sawyer

(For General Exhibition.) Also. Wait Disney's "How To Swim." Secure Your Reservations Now at Theatre (Cent. 6189).

LYCEUM - "SECRET MISSION" - TODAY

Biitish Spy Saboteurs In Action-packed Adventure! Romance! Starring HUGH WILLIAMS. CARLA LEHMANN. JAMES MASON. Plus Thrillsj Excitement with the Mounties-out to get their man!

"THE YUKON PATROL," Allan Lane, Lita Conway

(Both Features Not Suitable for General Exhibition )

Also Ep 10. "Perils of the Royal Mounted"; Fox News Tour Sessions Daily, at 10.10 a.m.. 1, 4.19. 7.45 p.m. Réservations at Theatie (Cent 3935J.

NOW SHOWING! NOW SHOWING! . NOW SHOWING'

Australia Cinema - "The Man in the Iron Mask"

Dissolute Tyrant ... or Gallant Patriot? Which man is hidden behind this hideous mask? Only the genius of Alexandre Dumas could give, you such Excitement! Intrigue! Adventure! Romance! Starring LOUIS HEY WARD. JOAN BENNETT, with WARREN WILLIAM. Plus Laugh-a

Minute Comedy Romance,

"BROADWAY LIMITED»

VICTOR McLAGLAN, DENNIS O'KEEFE, MARJORIE WOODWORTH (Both Features Not Suitable for General Exhibition ) Four Sessions Daily, at 10.15. 1.15. 5, and 8. Box-plan at Theatre (Cent. 4387).

SA XT f\ \r Pour Sessions Dally: C A V (\ V

Jr\ Y \J I At 10. 1 10. 4 30. and 7 50 p m. *J *\ V KJ M.

"MOONLIGHT MASQUERADE"

Sparkling Musical Comedy,

With Dennis O'Kcefe and Jane Fiazee.

(F¿r General Exhibition ) "ONE OF OUR

AIRCRAFT IS MISSING" With Bernard Miles, Eric Portman. Hugh

Williams, aud Google Withers.

(For General Exhibition.)

BOX-PLANS: ALLAN'S. GLEN'S, and THEATRE (Cent. 3162),

ST JAMES THEATRE. TOP OF BOURKE STREET. PHONE CENT. 6106.

LAST DAYS MUST SOON BE ANNOUNCED'

3 SESSIONS DAILY-PROMPTLY AT: 10 am. 2 35 p m . 7 30 p ni.

ST. JAMES-NOW-"Gone With the Wind" 4

UNCUT-FULL LENGTH-UNCHANGED-IN ITS ORIGINAL FORM. AT '"

The Regular Popular Admission Prices

10 a m. Session. From 1/ (plus tax)

2 35 p m. Session. From 1/ (plus tax). 7 30 pm. Session.From 1/6 (plus tax).

(Not Suitable for General Exhibition.)

UNRESERVED GRAND CIRCLE SEATS ON SALE AT THEATRE AT 6 45 P M. NIGHTLY

METRO THEATRE. COLLINS STREET. PHONES CENTRAL 5080-81-82,

FOUR SESSIONS DAILY: At 10 15 a ni . 119 pm, 4 30 pim.. 7.54 p m.

METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER PRESENTS:

METRO (C. 5080) : "SEVEN SWEETHEARTS"

KATHRYN GRAYSON, VAN HEFLIN. MARSHA HUNT.

Plus: "PEOPLE OF RUSSIA" "BLITZ WOLF"

(M G M. SPECIAL ) (M G M. COLOUR CARTOON.)

Also. "LAND OF THE QUINTUPLETS" (Fitzpatrick Tiaveltalk): "WE DO IT BECAUSE" (Passing Parade). "FIRST AID" (Peter Smith Speciality); "DON'T LIE" (CJr Gang

Comedy).

(Entire Programme for General Exhibition )

THE CENTRAL (Little Collins St.) - LAST DAYS

At 10 5, 1.13. 4 20, and 7.65.

Of the Brilliant Musical

"THE STREET SINGERS SERENADE"

With Arthur Tracy, and GEORGE FORMBY "Keep Your Seats, Please."

Plus: "YELLOW CAESAR," the Life of Mussolini.

BOOK AT ONCE. Ring Cent. lill. Plans at Glen's. (All for General Exhibition.)

King's Theatre (Russell St.), Cent. 3883-Now.

4 SESSIONS DAILY: 10 30. 1.20. 4 30. 8 P.M.

"WHERE THE STARS SHINE BRIGHTEST."

It's Headline News Today With

Ralph Richardson. Valerie Hobson, Claudette Colbert and Melvyn Douglas

Laurence Olivier. In

"Wax Clouds "over Europe" "She Married Her Bos«"

(Both Pictures Not Suitable For General.Exhibitlon). i

Plans at Allan's, Glens, or Theatre. - *^

At 3DB every Monday at 7.45 p m. Old Theatre Memories from "Behind the Cuita«.'*

Free Theatre Tickets.

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