*DRESS, FASHION. ETC.
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USUALLY 2/11 YARD
Pure 8ilk good weight Shintung printed in the season s newest designs os spots diagonals sports smart desinns 0f a floral character The colourings are har- monised to tone on natural colour grounds 33 Inches wide Usuilly 2/11 yard Now 1/01 vard
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Good quality fashionable Silks of various types os Faille Marocain Diagonal Crepe Crepe Armure De lustred Diagonal Crepe and Crepe Romaine Similis The colour range Is extensive and includes ivory thyme pine green violet fawn izure blue cobalt fralze capucine navy and black light green pink beige mid green light mid and dark brown lido bottle, new gold gold red chartreuse lieht red mid red 36/38 Inches wide Usually 7/11 9/11 to 12/11 yard Now B/1Í yard
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REGULARLY FROM 14/6 TO 31/
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Ten different styles available In Ivory, beige, and pink
1« the brightest place in town lor children-Performing Monkeys Punch and Judy Show a big Merry go round also real ponies for the children to ride on See Father Xmas arrive from the clouds with his big sack of toys
On the roof-high above the surround- ing buildings with a wonderful view of
DAILY FROM 10 30 A M.
PITT AND GEORGE STREETS SYDNEY
¡\yHAT SHE LEARNT
JEAN She was one of those girls who neve" _ learnt to make the most of themselves
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JULIA Mv dear she lookt, years younger JEAN What? With those teeth of hers?
JULIA No without them Dentist Phillip Moses
took thom out quite painlessly you know and fitted her wltn a wonderful set of
teeth that has made her smile really 1 pretty You d hordly know her I What Dentist Phillip Moses did for Julia s I friend he can do lor YOU When you take a clipping of this advertisement to him he will reduce his already low ices by 10 per cent (for new work -cash only)
Quick-cheal!-Dental Plates Repairs-in 3 hours
DENTIST PHILLIP MOSES,
Orchard s Corner 793 G"orge street opposite
Special Teeth by Post Servlce^for country folk _
TOURIST TRIPS, MOTOR HIRE, AND
[Two lines labout 12 wordsi 2/ Saturday 2/6 j T\AYS MOTOR TOURS Phone T1145 3 lines! XJ THE LEADING CAR SERVICE OF THE CIIY
Sydney Sights and Beaches Palm Beach Bear Farm Bulli Pass and all tours Imperial Cadillac Limousines Weddings Theatres and ill motor trips Alwuys open Cltv office 14a Martin plice Licence Nu l8_
ALLEN S MOTOR SFRVICF Phone M4641
Sydney sights Bear Fal m Palm Beach Bulli Pass Katoomba f nd Mountain Sights Weddings and all classes Motor Hire catered for Cidlllac Limousines supplied Open day ind night
_161 Castlcrc ii.h street Licence No 3_ ffTTT'ANTED Sedan 6 fer one month or more must IrTbe registered pass test etc Terms 10/ per 100 miles minimum per month £6 I buy gis and oil owner keep tyres engine In good íunning orf Bv letter O Tirrcll 10 Cirr st Conree_
rivOURlST HARBOUR TRIP TULSDAV H J- from No 5 Jetty Circular Qu y at 10 15 t.
and 2 15 pm All diy Trip Adults 2/6 Children 1/ Half day Trip Adults 1/6 Children /6 _
"17"ATOOMRA BULII PASS XV 5 p»rsons 60/ 7 tersons 70/
Stevenson s Hire Cars Licence 477 864 T FW1911 WAHTED tills week Part Loading to Wyong or
towns ei route and fe.ll bick We pay tix Mac kin Bros Phone UL2119 Licence No 861
|\X7"ANTED Hire Truck with or without driver l>» Ring L2561
[Two lines (about 12 wordsi 2/ Saturdi y 2/6)
LEAVE It to Psmith Savoy Theatre To night and
Tuesday and Wednesday nights Pick lek The atrr Group Prod Jrtlon Direction Phillip Lewis Plan at Nicholson s and Pickwick Book Club
(A USTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB
WARWICK FARM RACES
TUESDAY DECEMBER 27th 1932
THE MAIDEN HANDICAP with £150 added Low-
est handlea,} weight 7st ONE MILE
THE CAMDEN HANDICAP with £200 added Low-
est handicap weight 8st SIX FURLONGS
THE HOXTON PAPK NURSERY HANDICAP, with
£200 added Lowest handicap weight 7st
THE MOOREBANK STAKES with £300 added
(Standard Weight for age ) SIX FURLONGS
THE WARWICK DFCLMBER HANDICAP with £250
added ONE MILE AND THREL FURLONGS
THE FARM NOVICE HANDICAP with £150 added
For Three vear olds and upwards which have not at time of starting won a rice on the flat (Maiden Race excepted) exceeding £50 in value to the winner Lowest handicap weight 7st ONE MILE
ENTRIES for the above meeting ore to be made sffith the becretary of the AJC Sydney VRC Melbourne or NJC Nejcas le before 4 o clock pm TO-DAY MONDAY DFCEMBER 12th 193'3
Weights to be declared ut 10 a m ou MONDAY DECEMBER 19th or such othe' time as the Com mlttee may appoint
If Entries are made by Telegram the amount of Forfeit ( £11 must also be telegraphed
AJO Rules of Racing Bv laws and Regulations
to be observed
GEO T ROWE
6 Bligh street Sydney_Secietary
f A USTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB
FIRST DAY 8ATURDA\ JANUARY 21st 1933
THE CHALLENGE STAKES with £600 added
SECOND DAY THURSDAY JANUARY 26th 1933 THE ANNIVERSARY HANDICAP with £800 added.
ONE MILE AND A HALF
-»OMINATTONS accompanied by first forfeit of £ to be mdc with the Secretary of the ( JC Syti »y VRO Melbourne S AJC Adcliidc
QTO Brlsb-ne or NJC Newcastle before 4 o Clock pm. TODAY MONDAY I2th DECEMBER
AJC Rules of Racing By laws and Regulations
io be observed
GEO 1 ROWE
0 Bllgh-stre-t Sydney_Becretary
tfNANCINO -Miss ALLEN (Florrie) and Mr H U DAVIS (lote of St Georg" s Hall) Private Lis ion« 2/6 day or evening Jazz or Old time Note our only address (private studio) DISPENSARY BALL, Enmore road Enmore Phone L2037
~1HE GRANGE RACES
ON THE KEMBLA GRANGE RACECOURSE,
TUESDAY 20th DECEMBER 1932
THE ENCOURAOE SIX. a handicap of £20, six
furlongs Entiance fee £1 _
THE TWO-YEARS-OLD FOUR a handicap of £20,
four furlongs Entrance fee £1
THE "'OLLONGONG WELTER SIX, a handicap of
£25 and a Canteen of Cuticry valued at £10 six furlongs Entrance fee £1
THREE-YEARS-OLD FOUR and A HALF, a handi-
cap of £20 four and a half furlongs En
tance fee £1
THE NOVICE SIX a handicap of £20 six furlongs
Entiance fee £1
THE MAIDEN WELTER MILE a handicap Of £20
one mile Ent-ance fee £1
The Club »111 refund at the course full railway freights at full box rites (maximum amount any one horse £2/3/) from Sjdney and metropoli- tan stations for competing horses only
ENTRIES CLOSE TO-DAY AT 4 P M
Entries will also be received by E G Coghlan. Wollongong and Gordan Millson Goulburn
KEITH F WOODBURY, Secretary
Manchester Unity Buildings 1B5 Elizabeth-street. Sydney_
/"I OSFORD RACES
LADIES ADMISSION 1/.
SPECIAL TRAINS -9 34 am (Horses)
10 4B am (Pissengers).
A beautiful trip either by good road or train direct to Racecourse Gates
_H R EVANS Secretary
DANCING CVRMVAL TO NIGHT
PROF BOLOT FAR BIRTHDAY CARNIVAL Join the revellers In carnival spirit A particu- larly attractive presentation his been arranged that will iii tiy appcil to the most ir-Vnt dance lover Extraordinary dancing dlspla' by The Embassv Ballet an exhibition of the 1J33 Tango by Prof Bolot and partner Late r '*.. refresh- ments, full band etc etc Country visitors, past pupils and friends Invited 66 Oxford-street, city
rpHE MUSICAL THEiTRICAL, and PICTURE X SHOW COLUMNS of t.i«.
' SYDNEY M AIL ' are real criticism
J C WILLIAMSON, LTD, SYDNEYS CHIEF THEATRES
HER MATF<;M^nagïr5rF^t0r» E J TaH P S Tnlt nnd J N Tatt
HER MAJESTY S THEATRE 8 FINAL MATINEE WEDNESDAY AT 3
FIVE MORE NIGHTS ONLY
GLADYS MONCRIEFF-"THE CHOCOLATE SOLDIER."
J C WILLIAMSON S PRODUCTION Or OSCAR STRAUSS FAMOUS COMIC OPERA n^T"« with the best cost The Chocolate Soldier has ever had
noSrWr iPi.wÇSS1"8 HERBERT BROWNE SIDNFY BURCHALL, ROMOLA HANSEN FDWIN BRETT MOLLY TYRELL
«/ rPXn,PLA,y nt oV"^ SJ"' 430 thcn Theatre PRICES Monday to Friday nights and matinee
6/ 4/ 2/ Upper Circle Pian at Chocolate Stores Ltd Market street
THEATRE ROYAL AT 7 50 MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY, 2 "T"Pa.lr_ns nr? requested to be In their scats before c irtaln rise M Shall appears Immediately upon the opening of the play the Interest in which begins at once
J C WILLAMSON LTD PRESENTS C L ANTHONY S BEAUTTFUL PLAY
EVERY MOMEN"" OF THE PLAY IS FRAUGHT WTTH CHARM AND PLEASANT LAUGHTER
* B°r_LIANl CAST IS HEADED BY
THEO. SHALL AND DOROTHY PETERS,
The Idol of Vienna Star of Stage and Screen An English Actress of the highest repute
T- .,e£."'cc EÇirt0". Campbell Copelln Leslie Victor Mona Barlee Harry Wotton Dulcie Cherry F tie Towers Dorothy Dincklcy Sadie Bedford lisa K ii la
_r AM _ " .", THE lhAY PRODUCED BY GEORGE A HIGHLAND
PLAN Paling s till 4 30 then Theatre Prices Mon lav to Friday and Matinees 2/ 4/ 6/ Boturdoy nights 2/ 4/ 7/ Prices plus tax Balcony Plan at Hilliers (next Royal) daily at 8 30
CRITERION THEATRE 8 10 MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY, 2 15
, _ A LAUGH A MINUTE SAYS THL SUN
JCWILLIAMSON LTD ANNOUNCE Tire FAREWELL SEASON IN SYDNEY Or
MARGARET RAWLINGS IN "DR. PYGMALION,"
THE MOST LAUGHABT F OF COM-DIES BY HARRISON OWEN
BARRY K BARNES AS DR PYGMALION ' The Doctor who cured his patients by making love to them
SEASON LIMITED TO SIX MORE NIGHTS.
. J£he innl Production in Australia bv the artists who delighted us so much in Tho Barretts of Wimpole street Season closing on Saturdvv Ni(,ht next December 17
o.^l« YE.\,.ADAMS FRANK BRADLEY NOEL BOYD MARY COBB GRACE HART. MICHAEL HAGEN KATHLEEN GOODALL KENNETH BRAMPTON DULCIE CHERRY PATRICIA WENMAN
PLAY PRODUCED BY GABRIEL T.OYNE
Box Plan Pal np s George street till 4 30 then Ihcatre Saturday nights 7/ 4/ 2/, plu«
tax Monday to Friday nights and matinees 6/ 4/ 2/ Price plus tax Day sales at Pcluso s
HER MAJESTY S, DAILV 2 and 8 COMMENCING NEXT SATURDAY (TRANSFERRING TO CRITERION THEATRE WEDNESDAY MATINEE DECEMBER 21 )
J. C. WILLIAMSON'S XMAS PANTOMIME FROLICS.
A GREAT BIG SEASONABLE ATTPACTION FOR THE YOUNO AND NOT SO YOUNG
J C Williamson Ltd announce the biggest musical revuslcal dancing acrobatic and novelty pant-mime entertainment ever presented by Australia s talented vouth
AUSTRALIA S YOUTH AND BEAUTY SHOW THE WORLD WITH ,,".. _. ," " , 100 AMAZING PrRrORMERS
With Startling Pantomime Specialty Acts Lau rh U le Comedy Scenes Beautiful Costumes and
_ A TRUE HOLIDAY TTME ATTRACTION TOR ALL FROM 3 TO 103
_ THE HUGE SHOW PRODUCED BY FRANCES SCULLY AND CHRISSIE ROYAL The Box Plan w11! open ot Palings this morning
,o J"?.101? Daily and Matinees 3/ 2/ 1/ Lvcnlnrs 5/ 3/ 2/ 1/ Prices plus tax Children under 12 half price to all ports except to one shilling seats
HER MAJESTY'S, COMMENCING WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21 (MATINEE)
WITH MADGE ELLIOTT CYRIL RTTCHARD AND GUS BLUETT
NORMA SHEARER-ST. JAMES-"SMILIN' THROUGH."
Direction Sir Benjamin Tiller and John Fuller
THE ACME OF PERFECTION IN PICTURE PROGRAMMES
Four Sessions To day 11 nm 2pm 5pm and 8 pm and Four Sessions Every Day Thereafter
NORMA SHEARER in SMILIN THROUGH
Together with FREDRIC MARCH LESLIE HOWARD O P HFGGIE and RALPH FORBES
LAUREL and HARDY in a new cyclone of Mirth and Merriment THE MUSIC BOX Flip the Frog in School Days the Funniest Cartoon yet Billiards Sports Series Chalk Up Metrotone Ncwsrccl Isador Goodman and the St James Symphony Orchestra in selections from Rlgoletto
with Mr Goodman as Solo Pianist Prices 11 a m sessions 1/ 1/6 2/ 2 u clock and 5 o clock 1/ 1/8 2/ ">/6 8 o clock 1/ 1/6 2/6 3/5 4/7 (slight Increase Saturdays) Box Plan at St James Phone MB051 (General E\hlbltlon )_
MAYFAIR THEATRE-"GOOD-NIGHT, VIENNA"-NOW!
(Almost opposite David Jones in Castlereagh street near King street 1
Direction Sir Benjamin Fuller and John Fuller EVERY DAY at 11 A M 2 PM 5 PM and B PM
Two of Great Britain s Outstanding Picture Triumphs The Most Anxiously Awaited Pictures of the lear Foi the flist time In Sjdnc th» Famnus Strr of Montp Carlo
JACK BUCHANAN JACK BUCHANAN
together with the Charming English Star ANNA NEAGLE In
GOOD NIGHT VIENNA GOOD NIGHT VIENNA
The World s Most Glorious Musical Success A Fosclnotlng Viennese Picture
MAISIE GAY in THE OLD MAN on Edgar Wallace Thrilling-Chilling-Laughing Sensation
PRICES 1/ 1/6 2/ 2/0 (Saturday 6d extra) Box Plans Mayfair Theatre Phone MA3338
(General Exhibition )_
SEE "FAITHLESS" AT THE STATE-NOW!
NOW SHOWING-UNTIL FRIDAY
THE STATE IS DLL'GHTFULLY COOL, DAY AND NIGHT .Faithless brings together for the first time
ROBERT MONTGOMERY AND TALLTJLAH BANKHEAD
These brilliant stars raise this great love drama to the heights a superb picture becomes
the entertainment event of the seasoni
Also SHOP ANGEL with MARION SHILLING and DIG CAST
Hamilton Webber a id the Stnte Symphony Orchestra Clnesound Review etc
Book now I Box Plans at Booking Bureau State Shopping Block (M2797) 4 Sessions dally at 11 a m 2 5 and 8pm_
STATE THEATRETTE-TALKIE NEWS SERVICE.
NEXT STATE THEATRE CONTINUOUS FROM 10 A M TILL 11PM Prices Children 64 Adults 1/ No Reserves No Free List No* Showingl
COMMISSION FINDS AGAINST JAPAN IN FAR EAST CONFLICT
King Carol takes son from mother-Einstein appointed head of new super University -England skittles Austrolla in rirst Test-Terrible scenes when Swiss express leaps rails-Visit Thibet the rorbidden Land-Beautiful English Canals-Prince George attends Sir Walter Scott centenary cele- bra lons-Earthquare rases Greek village-Parisians thrill "o rough wrestling-Japanese hold rare battle god rites-London Lord Mayor s coach Is an aeroplane etc
LYCEUMS riFTH WEEK OF RECORD ATTENDANCES,
AND STILL THEY COME AND COME AGAIN TO
RICHARD TAUBER IN "END OF THE RAINBOW."
This production has won Its pre ent blaze of popularity as much by Its deep
emotional appeal as by the singer s own peerless voice ard personality
Also Don Bradman in How I Play Cricket The Battle of Life (Natures Secrets laid bare), and Thrills Mystery and Shivers in Self Condemned
Sessions Ham 2pm 5pm 8pm Book at Paling s Lyceum and State Bureau. (For
General Exhibition )
The Regent Is Scientifically Cooled to an average temperature of 73 degrees
REGENT-"REBECCA OF SUNNYBROOK FARM."
n Tox Mcvieto e Production with Marian Nixon and Ralph Bellamy The most charming romance of 1932- swee and wholesome and enacted amidst New England scenery that makes wie whole production as fresh os o mountain breeze For Geneial Exhifltion Also
ZANE GREY S ' THE GOLDEN WEST "
A Fox Movietone Production for General Exhibition with George O Brien and Janet Chandler Also Fox Movietone News Stan Porters Orchestra On stage M na Hesseleva Russian soprano
Continuous 10 a m to 11 p m De Luxe Presentations 2 15 and 7 45 M2387 Plans also at
Paling s Hotel Australia and Usher s
Next Siturdiy Conrad Nagel Dolls Kenyon and John Halliday In The Man Called Back and Phillip Holm«s Dorothy Jordan and John Mack Brown In 70 000 Witnesses (Both for General Exhibition ) ______________--_
Children can now see this Grand Entertainment for 8d Day Sessions
THE 4 MARX BROTHERS,
In their high powered Paramount Musical Comedy Success for General Exhibition
"HORSE FEATHERS"-AT THE COOL PRINCE EDWARD.
Popular Prices 1/ 1/6 at 11 a m 2 15pm Matinee from 1/6 530 Intermediate Business Session 1/ 1/6 Evening 500 comfortable Stall Seats from 2/ Children Half price to Stalls Bookings can bo made 6 days ahead at Kiosk next door to Theatre (B"771) Paling s and Hotel Australia Our Big Xmas , ttracdon Maurice Chevalier In Love Me To nigtu
"GUILTY AS CHARGED"-NOW-EMPIRE TALKIES.
At the Comfortable _mp!re Theatre Railway square Four Shows Daily 11 2 5 and 8 Prices from 1/ to 2/7 Children Half price up to 4 30 Saturdays No Phone Bookings or permanent
Reserves held after 7 45 P m
Victor McLoglen ni d Edmund Lowe Loretta Young and George Brent
"GUILTY AS CHARGED" "WEEK-END MARRIAGE"
Next Saturday- TWO AGAINST TH WORLD and HAT CHECK GIRL
TROTTING. TROTTING. TROTTING.
£700 PRIZE MONEY £700
AT HAROLD PARK (GLFBE)
12 Races Large Fields First Race 12 noon
SUBURBAN PICTURE THEATRES.
BALGOWLAH -Lily Damlta in This Is the
Night" and ' Spenk Easily"_ BRIGHTON -Mon , 12th, Tues , 13th Dec , Elissa
Landi In Burnt Offering and James Cagney in The Crowd Roars_
ROADWAY, Oeorge-st -W William, . Beauty and
the Boss, ' J Cooper, ' Divorce in the family " C1 c
¡CARLWOOD - J-* Masquerade
Ij^ASTWOOD -Ramon Novarro. Madge Evans. In
-?i 'Huddle ' Kay Francis In ' Girls About Town " IJUVEDOCK Victory -Ramon Navarro In "Hud-
dle " Pickle Moore In "No Oréate, Love"
ANNUAL RACE MEETINQ
Owners and Trainers ore reminded that Entries for the Minor Events close at 4 p m. TO-DAY (MONDAY) DECEMBER 12th
T T MANNING
Secretary. 157 Elizabeth-street, Sydney.
SATURDAY DECEMBER 17th, 1932
Encourage Stakes £50 7 furlongs 14 1 Handicap £50 51 furlongs
Flying Handicap £100 7 furlongs
Trial Stakes £50 1 mile
14 2 Handicap £50 6 furlongs
Ascot Handicap, £100 1 mile 1 furlong 50 yards
Nominations will be received up till 5 pm TO- DAY Monday 12th December Weights will be declared on or about Thursday 15th December
lor furtner particulars see programme
XÑC1NG LLSSONS Miss ALLEN fa SIUDIO J6 -- Cambridgc-st Stanmore Private Lessons, 2/6 Old time or Ja?z Every day or evening Ph L3131
DANCE BAND wintcd New Years Eve three or
four Instruments Nine till one
_No 1307 Herald
A SPARKLING PAGE TOR CHILDREN
appeirs weekly In the
Throughout Australia many children are com- peting In essavs drawings and photographs for the Mall Certificates of Merit
SUBURBAN PICTURE THEATRES.
KING S CROSS -Jackie Cooper In Divorce In the
Family Women Who Play from the play faprlng Cleaning_
1>ARRAMAT1A Cinema -At 8pm Community
Val dcvllle Les Shlpp and entertainers
it 2 and 8 -Warren William
Sporlli g Widow
TANMORE-Thickcray s Vanity Fal'
Nn Greater Love_Rlckle Moore
ST PETERS -J ragncy In The Crowd Roars
and Will Rogers In Down to Earth
SUMMER HILL -Joan Blondell Miss Pinkerton '
end Dorothy Revier Anybody» Blonde_ CfUTHERLAND -Wednesday Cloudctte Colbert O The Misleading I ady ' Xadles of the Jury
AÍ17ILLOUOHBY Royal-Greta Garbo _As You W Desire Me Will Pc_ero Do»n to Earth
KOSCIUSKO FOR XMAS-NEW YEAR.
Golf, Tennis, Trout Fishing,
S-CTTdrlfts, Wild Flowers, Horse Riding, Summit Trips.
Alpine Lakes Tra I!
Tariff: 12/6 per day.
Tourist Concession Rall Fares. Return Journey may be broken to
N.S.W. GOVERNMENT TOURIST BUREAU, _Challis House, Box Ila, G P.O., Sydney.
JENOLAN CAVES FOR NEW YEAR.
Two-day Toura leave Sydney Dally.
Friday, Saturday, and 8un_-j. - 2nd Class Rall, 39/ by the Coves Express, 1st Class Rall, 42/. Leave Sydney Monday. Tuesday. 2nd Class Rail,42/. Wednesday, and Thursday. 1st Class Rall, 46/.
Cost Covers Travel and Ono Day ot Jenolan
Caves Hou';. .
Ask for Pictorial Folder.
N.S.W. GOVERNMENT TOURIST BUREAU,
_Challis House, Box Ila, OPO, Sydney__^^
GOVERNMENT TOURIST CARS
Sydney Sights and Beaches (half-day) . 6/3.
Roseville Chose (half-day) . 10/
Kuring-gai Chase and Koala Beor Park (half-day) . 15/
Palm Beach, French's Forest loll dayl . 20/
Bull! Pass National Park (all day). 22/6 Jenolan Caves and Blue Mountains (2 days). 70/
N.S.W. GOVERNMENT TOURIST BUREAU,
_Challis House. Box Ila. G PP. Sydney._
ROUND TRIPS AND TOURIST TICKETS.
Aerial Flights, daily, from 10/.
Aerial Service, Sydney to Bilsbane, dolly (except Sunday) .£7 0 0
Hawkesbury River, Newport, Manly (oil day) . 0 9 0 Hawkesbury River, Windsor, Wiseman's Ferry (all day) . 0 17 8
National Park-Cronulla (all day) . 0 5 6 Sydney-Cooma-Bega-Nowra (available 2 months) . 115 0
Canberra, 3-day Tour (Tuesday only) . 84 0
Interstate Cheap Tourist Tickets by Express Trains Dally.
Ask for Descriptive Folder.
N.S.W. GOVERNMENT TOURIST BUREAU,
_Challis House, Box Ila, G P.O., Sydney._(H.9893)
HARBOUR TOURIST TRIP.
TUESDAY AND THURSDAY.
A slant loud speaker has been Installed on the tourist trip steamer The story of the Harbour and a musical programme will be broadcast through the giant speaker, and also through small amplifiers on the steamer. Morning Trip: Steamer leaves No. 5 Jetty, Circular Quay, ot 10 15 o.m . steams up Lane Cove ond Parramotto Rivers. Luich obtainable at Clifton Gardens Hotel Light refreshments obtainable on board. Afternoon Trip: Steamer leaves No. 5 Jetty, Circular Quay, at 2.15 p.m.. sails post the Heads and up Middle Harbour. FARES: All Day, Adults 2/6, Children 1/. Half-day (Morning or Afternoon). Adults 1/6. Child-
IN THE MATTER OF THE COMPANIES ACT 1899 ""AND III THE MATTER OF AUTOMOBILE and SSKES*1, FINANCE COMPANY LIMITED and RE DUCED-Notice is hereby given that o Petition has been presented to the Chief Judge In Faulty for confirming a special resolution of the above Company for reducing its capital from £300 000 to t.10 000 A list of the persons admitted to nave been creditors of the Company on the thlr
.Lctn £ny 0I November 1932 may be inspected at tnc offices of the Company at O Brien House 5U ;5rV2F s'reet Sydney or al the office of HAROLD JOHN BARI 1ER Solicitor Ile Costlercogh street Sydney at any time during usual business houis on payment of the charge of one shilling Any person who claims to have been on the last
mentioned date and still to be a creditor of the Company and who is not entered on the said list and claims to be so entered must on or before the twenty eighth day of December 1932 send In nis name and address and the par culars of his c aim and the name j address of hi- solicitor JL"a,ny£, 5° the undersigned at Ile Castlereagh nVn^L^yd.ney °î..m default thereof he will be Fi,"dudcd '.rom objecting to the proposed reduc hlr ?ó-£aplta_ Pat£d thls tcntn dfty «I Dettm ÏÎfd Company" J DABX1LR Solloltor ior tho
ment-No B 601 of 1932-Re GEORGb LLE ex Parte HILL BROS LIMITED (In Liqul dation) -To GEORGE LEE of 81 Hubert
Î n»n¿í£?'\arAt..neR_ Sydney-Take Notice that ?" ?ia,nkJ,"ptc.i\ Notice has been Issued against you "LllV2 S?urt.by »"'Bros Limited (In Liquidation) and the Court has ordered substituted service of the said Notice upon you and that the posting of o sealed copy of the nboveinentloned Notice together with a scaled copy of the Order by prepaid regis tcred post to your last known place of residence name ly No 81 Hubert street Leichhardt near Sydney and the publication of this Notice in one issue of the Sydney Morning Herald newspaper shall be deemed to be service of the said Bankruptcy Notice upon you upon the date of completing such posting and publ cotton as aforesaid whichever shall last happen And further take Notice that within seven days of such posting and publication exclusive of the day of such service as aforesaid you must pay to Hill Bros Limited (In Liquidation) the amount claimed by It as being the amount due on a final Judgment obtained by It against you In the Supreme Court of New South Wales whereon execution has not been stayed or you must within four days of the service of this Notice as aforesaid apply to this Court to set aside the sold Bankruptcy Notice otherwise you «lil have committed an act of bankruptcy on which a Bankruptcy Petition can be presented o ainst you And further toke Notice that the said Bankruptcy Notice may be inspected by you on application to this Court Dated this Sixth day of December one thousand nine hundred and thirty two By the Court N C LOCKHART (L S ) Registrar_
IN THE SU1REME COURT OF NEW SOUTH
W ALI-S-Probate Jurisdiction-In the Will and Codicil of ROBERT COX late of Cundletown In the State of New South Wales Retired Farmer de ceased -Pursuant to the Wills Probate, and Admlnl stratton Act 1098 and the Testator s Family Main tenance and Guardianship of Infants Act 1916 and the Trustee Act, 1925 Notice Is hereby given that every creditor or other person having any claim against the Estate of ROBERT COX the obovenomed deceased who died on the nineteenth day of June 1932 and Probate of who c Will and Codicil was on the twenty sixth day of Septcm her 1932 granted by the Supreme Court of New South Wales In Its Probate J irl diction to WALTER JOHN COX and DANIEL EDWARD NEWTON I EE the Executors named In the said Will and Codicil Is hereby required to send In particulars of such claim to the said Executors in care of the undei
signed on or before the eleventh day of January 1933 at the expiration of which time the said Executors will proceed to distribute the assets of the said deceased amongst the per ons entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of vhlch they sholl then have notice and Notice is hereby given that the Executors aforesaid will not be liable for the Assets or any part thereof so distributed to any person of whose claim they shall not have had notice ot the time of such dlsti mutton Dated this twenty eighth day of October 1932 I O MARTIN and SON Proctors for the Executors 147 Victoria street Taree By their Agents -L O MARTIN ond LAMPORT 129 Pitt street Sydney_
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH
WALES -Probote Jurisdiction -In the W11! of PETER ALEXANDER AFFLECK late Of Warwick In the State of Queensland Dentist deceased - Application will be made after fourteen days from publication hereof that Probate of the Will of the abovenamed deceased granted by the Supreme Court of Queensland to THE UNION TRUSTEE COMPANY OF AUSTRALIA LIMITED the sole Executor therein named may be sealed with the Seal of this Honourable Court and all persons having any claim against the Estate of the sall deceased are required to forward particulars there
of to the undersigned within the said period and all notices may be served at tne undermentioned address J 8TUART THOM and CO 57 York street Svdney Agents for A R TRASER Proctor for the Executor Warwick_
ÍN THE SUPREME COURT OT NEW SOUTH
WALES -Probate Jurisdiction -In the Will of SAMUEL MCLAUGHLIN late of Leneva near Wodonga In the State of Victoria Farmer deceased -Appll cation will be made after fourteen days from pub llcotlon hereof that Probate of the Will of the abovenamed deceased granted by the Supreme Court of Victoria may be sealed with the seal of this Honourable Court and all persons having any claim against the Estate of the said deceased are required to forward particulars thereof to the undersigned within the said period and all notices may be served at the undermentioned tddress L L HOGAN and SMITH 12 Castlereagh street Syd ney Sydney Agents for J O B MCKENZIE McHARG Proctor for the Applicant Sydney street Wodonga_ IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH D..,'ïï__t'ES -Probate Jurisdiction-In the Will of SAMUEL RAYNER late of Mullamuddy near Mud gee In the State of New South Wales Grazier de ceased -Application will be made after fourteen days from the publication hereof that Probate of the last Will and Testament of the above
named deceased moy be granted to EDWARD RAYNER the sole Executor therein named And all persons having any claim against the Estate of the said deceased are required to forward par tlculars thereof within the aforesaid period to and all notices may be served at the under mentioned address MCPHERSON and BAWDEN Proctors for the Executor 93 Market street Mud gee By their Agents Messrs BARRY NORRIS and WILDES Ile Castlereagh street, Sydney_
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH
WALES-Probate Jurisdiction-In the Will of RACHEL FLORENCE BROWN late of Ascot Brls bone in the State of Queensland Widow deceased -Application will bo nade after fourteen days from the publication hereof that Probate of the Will of the abovenamed deceased granted by the Supreme Court of Queensland to HERMAN HENRY VILLIERS BROWN the sole Executor named moy be sealed with the Seal of this Honourable Court and notices may be served on the underslgred 0 whom all persons having any claim ogoinst the said Estate are required to send particulars within the said period of fourteen days Doted this 10th day of December 1932 FRED C EMANUEL and PEARCE Bollcitors 115 Pitt street Sydney_ ~N THE SUPREME COURT Or NEW SOUTH
. WALES-Probate Jurisdiction-In the Will of SUSAN ELIZABETH GALL late of Berry in the State of New South Wales Married Woman deceased -Application will be made after fourteen days from DUblication hereof that Probate of the Will of the abovenamed d»' ased may be granted lo HERBERT AUGUSTUS HOST (in the Will called Herbert Host) the sole Executor named therein and all persone having any claim against the Estate of the said deceased ore required to forward partlcu lars thereof to the undersigned within the sold period and all notices may be served at the unde
mentioned address MARRIOTT and OLIVER Proctors for the Executor 115 Junction street Nowra By their Agents PERKINS STEVENSON ?nd CO 77 King street Sydney_ IN THE SUPREME COURT OT NEW SOUTH 1 WALES -Probate Jurisdiction -In the Will of CATHERINE JANE BAILEY late of Gerringong in the State of New South Wales Spinster deceased - Application will be made after fourteen days from publication hereof that Probate of the Will of the obovenomed deceased may be granted to WILLIAM MILLER the sole Executor named therein and all persons havlnt. any claim a-ainst the Estate of the satd deceased are required to forward partlcu lars thereof to the undersigned within the said period and all notices may bo served at the under mentioned address MAPRIOTT and OLIVER Proctors for the Executor 115 Junction street. Nowra By their Agents PERKINS STLVENSON and CO 77 King itreet Sydney_ IN THE SUPREME COURT Or NEW SOUTH 1 WALES -Probate Jurisdiction -In the Will of JOSEPH KITSON ROBINSON late of Mosman in the State of New South Wales Retired Carpenter deceased -Application will be made after fourteen days from publication herecf that Probate of the Will of the abovenamed deceased may be granted to RONALD RUSHWORTH ROBINSON the sole Executor named therein and all persons having any claim against the Estate of the said deceased arc required to forward particulars thereof to the undersigned within the said period and all notices may be seivcd at the undermentioned address S H HENDERSON Proctor for the Executor 2b Castle reach street Svdney_ TÑ "THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH 1 WALTS -Probate Jurisdiction -In the Will of MARGARET HANNAH B1ÎATTIE late of Annandale In the State of New Sojth Wales Silnster de ceased-Application will be made after fourteen days from the publlcotlon hereof thrt Piobo'e of the last Will and Testament of the obovenomed decei sed may be granted to FRANCES MAC DONALD the solo Executrix named In the sold Will and all notices may be serven at tua offices of the undersigned All Creditors In the Estate of the deccosed are hereby required to send In par tlculars of their claim» to the undersigned HOLDSWORTH BUMMERS nnd OARLAND Proctor» lor Executrix 39 Hunter jtreet, Sydney
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH
-L WALES -Probate Jurisdiction -In the Matter
of the Estate of DUGALD DRYSDALE late of North Arm near Bowraville in the State of New South Wales, Farmer, deceased-Pursuant to the Wills Probate and Administration Act 1898, the Testator s Family Maintenance and Guardian- ship of Infants Act 1916 and the Trustee Act, 1925, Notice is hereby given that every creditor or other person having any debt or claim upon or affecting the Estate of the abovenamed deceased who died on or about the fifteenth day of May 1911, and Probate of whose last Will was on the eleventh day of August one thousand nine hun- dred and thirty-one granted by the Supreme Court of New South Wales to CATHERINE DRYSDALE and DAVID WELSH the Executrix and the Execu-
tor in the said Will named is hereby renulred to send In particulars in writing ~t such debt or claim to the said Executrix and the Executor care of ABRAHAM GEORGE BRINDLEY Solicitor,
Bowraville on or before the fifteenth day of Tcb " y one thousand nine hundred and thirty-three,
the expiration of which time the said Cathe- rine Drysdale and the said David Welsh will rro ceed to convey and distribute the property and assets of the said deceased to or among the per- sons entitled thereto, having regard only to the debts or claims of which they then have notice And Notlco Is hereby further given that the said Catherine Drysdale and the said David Welsh will not be liable for the property or assets or any part thereof so conveyed or distributed to any person of whose debt or claim they símil not have had
notice at the time of such conveyance or distri- bution Dated this ninth day of December, one thousand nine hundred and thirty-two A G BRINDLEY Proctor for the Executors, High-street, Bowraville. By his Agent, MAURICE J MCGRATH, 56 Hunter-street Sydney_
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW 60UTH
WALES -Probate Jurisdiction -In the Matter of the Estate of ALBERT ERNEST GRACE late of Bowraville in the State of New South Wales Farmer, deceased -Pursuant to the Wills Probate and Administration Act 1898, the Testator's ram lly Maintenance and Guardianship of Infants Act 1016 and the Trustee Act, 1925 Notice Is hereby given that every creditor or other person having any debt or claim upon or affecting the Estate of the abovenamed deceased who died on or about
the twenty-fourth day of August 1931, and Pro- bate of whose last Will was on the thirteenth day of October one thousand nine hundred and thirty one granted by the Supreme Court of New South Wales to THOMAS HERBERT GRACE the Execu- tor therein named Is hereby required to send in particulars In writing of such debt or claim to
tho said Executor core of ABRAHAM GFOROE BRINDLEY, Solicitor Bowraville on or before the fifteenth day of February one thousand nine hun- dred and thirty-three, at the expiration of which time the said Thomas Herbert Grace will proceed to convey and distribute the property and assets of the said deceased to or among the persons en-
titled thereto, having regard only to the debts or
claims of which he then has notice And Notice Is hereby fuither given that the said Thomas Herbert Grace will not he liable for the property or assets or any part thereof so conveyed or distributed to any person of whose debt or claim he shall not have had notice at the time of such conveyance or distribution Dated this ninth day of December, one thousand nine hundred and thirty-two A G BRINDLEY Proctor for the Executor High-street Bowraville By 1 Is Agent, MAURICE J MeORATH 56 Hunter-street Sydney IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH J- WALES-Probate Jurisdiction-In the Will of AMY ADELINE MOBBS late of Carlingford in the State of New South Wales Married Woman de- ceased Intestate -Application will bo mode after fourteen days from the publication hereof that Administran in of the Estate of the obovenomed deceased mov bo granted to DAVID ARTHUR MOBBS of Carlingford nforcsaid the Widower of the said deceased and all notices may be served at the office of tht undersigned to whom all per- sons having any claim against the Estate of the »aid deceased are required to send particulars within the aforesaid period of fourfen days And application will also be made to dispense with the Administration bond GREENWELL, SHEPHARD and YORK, Solicitors for Applicant, Parramatta - id 129 Pitt-street Sydney_
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH
WALES -Probate Jurisdiction -In the Will of WILLIAM ORPEN FINCH late of Annandale near Svdney In the State of New South Wales In- surance Inspector deceased -Application will be mode after fourteen days from the publication hereof that Probate of the last Will and Testa- ment of the abovenamed deceased may be granted to MARY FINCH and GEORGE HERBERT RIDGE (Junior) the Executrix ond Executor named in the said Will and oil notices mav be served at the offices of the undersigned All Creditors In the Estate of the deceased are hereby required to send in particulars of their claims to the under- signed R THORNTON and SON, Proctors for the Executrix ond Executor, Manchester Unity Bulld Ing 185 Elizabeth-street. Sydney_
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH
WALES. - Probate Jurisdiction. - In the Will of ANNIE SMITH, late of Marengo, in the State of New South Wales, Widow, deceased. - Application will be made after fourteen days from the publi- cation hereof that Probate of the last Will and Testament of the abovenamed deceased may be granted to EMILY FOUGH wife of Bert Fough of Young, Motor Mechanic the Executrix named in the said Will and all notices may be served at the offices of the undersigned. All Creditors in the Estate of the deceased are hereby required to send in particulars of their claims to the under- signed C. G PRESCOTT, Proctor for the Execu- trix Young, or his Agents, HUGHESDON and DAVIS 119 Phllllp-street Sydney.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH _ WALES -Probate Jurisdiction -In the Will of GEORGE IVO LESLIE BLOMLEY late of Tum- barumba In the State of New South Wales, Land- holder deceased-Application will be made after fourteen days from the publication hereof that Probate of the last Will and Testament of the abovenamed deceased moy be granted to ARTHUR JOSEPH BYRNE the sole Executor named in the said Will All notices may be served at and all claims against the said Estate are required to bo rendered within the fourteen dovs aforesaid to the offices of the undersigned WALSH and BLAIR Proctors for Executor, Wagga Wagga Sydney Agents- Messrs McDONELL and MOFFTTT, Soll citors, George and Wynyard streets Sydney_
IN THE SUPREME COURT Or NEW SOUTH
WALES-Probate Jurisdiction-In the Will of HARRINGTON WEDGE KNIGHT late of Hob«rt In Tasmania Local Adviser of the National Mutual Life Association of Australasia Limited deceased -Application will be made after fourteen days from the publication hereof that Probate of the Will of the abovenamed deceased granted by the Supreme Court of Tasmanlo may be sealed with the Seal of this Honourable Court And all persons having any claim against the Estate of the said deceased are hereby required to forward particulars thereof within the sala period and all notices may be served
at the undermentioned address LAURENCE and LAURENCE Proctors for the Applicants, 6 Wynyard street Sydney_
IN r HE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH
WALES-Probate Jurisdiction-In the Will of MARIA TERESA BOXALL late of "Weemala" Ryde near Sydney in the State of New South Wales Widow deceased -Application will be made after fourteen days from the publication hereof that Pro- bate of the last Will and Testament of the above named deceased may be granted to ARTHUR EPNEST SMITH the Executor, named In the said Will and all notices and claims may be served ot
the undermentioned addicss A E SMITH 45 York-street Belmore_
[Two lines (about 12 words) II Saturday. 2/6 ]
will S»ll by Auction,
AT MASON'S HORSE and VEHICLE SALEYARDS.
ON WEDNESDAY NEXT 14th DEC, AT 2 P M HORSES. VEHICLES, TURNOUTS, ETO 1 TIRED NOBLET and CO,
? 3 Oastlereagh-street, Sydney 'Phono B3834
THE TRADE AND OTHERS
THIS DAY MONDAY, AT 11 O'CLOCK.
AT GENERAL GORDON HOTEL,
Sydenham-rood, Sydenham opposite Sydenham Station
MIDDLETON, FORSTER, and CO
will Dell at Auction
Instructed by Mrs Tansey _
A LARGE QUANTITY Or SURPLUS FURNITURE.
as follows -
Bedroom Suite and Toilet Pairs, Sideboards, Mission
Dining Suite Carpets several Rooms Linoleum, several Ches's Drawers and Overmantels Din- ing. Kitchen Tables ond Choirs, Pictures Mir- rors, and Pier Glass-door Dresser, Linen-press Dinner Woggons, Kitchen Safes, Gas Stove 2 Enamel Baths Bath-heater Iron Safe, Oak Ice Chest Tumblers etc No reserve_
THIS DAY, MONDAY, AT 2 30
At our R*5oms, Parramatta-road and
PIANOS, FURNISHINGS, AND EFFECTS,
Oak Bedroom Suite, Dressing Tables, Stained
Wardrobes, Toilet Pairs, Oak and Stained Sideboards Al Linoleums, Runners, and Rugs, Carpets Glass-door Dressers, Chests Drawers, Austrian Seagrass and Kitchen Chairs, Lounge Suite Upholstered Chairs, Extension, Dining, and Kitchen Tables Oak Grey and Nickel Bedsteads 3-piece Bedsteads Kapok Bedding, Crockery, Glassware Ornamen's, Gramophones Typewriter, Gas Stoves Wringers and General Sundries etc No reserve_ ? THIS DAY AT 11 O'CLOCK m_ 3HN P LISTER LIMITED,
will BPII by Auction, at their Salerooms,
The overdue unredeemed Cloth.ng Pledges Pawned with The Central Monte de Plete, Mount-street, North Sydney.
Gentlemen's Tweed and Serge Sac Suits.
Boots and Shoe» Bed and Table Linen. Dresses, Underwear, Hats, Shirts,
And _ General Assortment of Flr»t~cU«8 Apparel.
_ AUCTION SALE,
THIS DAY, MONDAY, 12th DECEMBER, 11 AJÍ.,
THE GALLERY SALEROOMS, 236 CASTLEREAGH-STREET
(near corner of Bathurst-street),
ON THE GROUND FLOOR,
tinder instructions from
in Oak and Maple.
and DEEP-SEATED FASY ARMCHAIRS,
upholstered in Genoa Velvet, Tapestry, and
ARTISTIC MAPLE AND FUMED OAK BEDROOM
for Single and Double Rooms,
MAPLE ond FUMED OAK
DOUBLE and SINGLE BEDSTEADS
BOOKCASE. QUANTITY BOOKS.
And o lengthy inventory
ON VIEW THIS MORNING PRIOR TO SALE.
JAMES ~R! LAWSON,
FURNITURE, FINE ART. and GENERAL
(near corner of Bathurst-street).
Telephone, M6408-2 lines.
A MOST IMPORTANT SALE
VALUABLE ART EFFECTS,
A COLLECTION OF MAGNIFICENT
GENUINE OLD SHEFFIELD PLATE.
Under Instructions from the Beneficiary of the Will
THE LATE MISS EAHNSTINE M. HENRY,
"»r nr.n OEORGE II. SILVER COFFEE POT,
date 1731, weight 22oz fldwt
SET OF TOUR MAGNIFICENT SILVER SHELL
SHAPED SALT CELLARS on scroll bases, George TV 18¿5, 35oz 14dwt
PAIR MAGNIFICENT GEORGE III SILVER TALL
CANDLESTICKS, on cmbosed square bases,
each 121n high, date 1706
A MAGNIFICENT GEORGE HI SILVER MEAT
DISH with shaped godroon edge, 1770, weight
A MAGNIFICENT GEORGE III COVERED BREAK-
FAST DISH, godroon edge, cmbosed with shells, shaped cover with movable handle, 1814, weight
A RARE GEORGE II COVERED SUGAR VASE and
SPOON, circular base embossed with shells In relief, 1748 14oz 141dwt
GEORGE II SHAPED SALVER, on feet, 1745;
A PAIR Or MAGNIFICENT SILVER SAUCE BOATS
of Chippendale design, with godroon edge, scroll handles embossed with shells, on club feet. George II, 1752, together 30oz 13dwt In
VALUABLE HALL-MARKED SILVER AFTERNOON
TEASET, comprising teapot sugar basin, cream ewer, and pal- tongs, by James Dixon and Sons,
Sheffield in plush-llncd case
AN EARLY SHEFFIELD PLATE CIRCULAR VEGE-
TABLE OR SOUrFLE DISH, with double
EARLY SHEFFIELD HOT-WATER URN, Adam de-
sign, shaped base, on ball feet, beaded edge,
complete with spirit lamp
EARLY SHEFFIELD-PLATED SOUP TUREEN, on
ball feet, lion head and ring handles, also extra plated cover_
V MAGNIFICENT OLD 8HEFFTELD REVOLVING
EPERGNE OR CENTREPIECE, godroon edge, embossed with shell-shaped base and claw feet, fitted with four branches and complete with heavy crystol-cut bowl ond four dishes
FTC , ETC , ETC.
AN IMPORTANT COLLECTION OK
ETCHINGS, L1TH0GRAPH3, and ENGRAVINOS
J Skinner Prout, Conrad Martens. George Trench Angus, A S Aulairc, Sir Oswald Brierly Samuel Cousins, W. Gaud, L Lycett Norman Lindsay, Sir D Y Comeron, J McNeill Whistler, Lionel L'ndsay, Wallace Hester, etc, etc ."__.
VALUABLE OIL PAINTINGS and WATER
R Thornton, c Emerson Samuel Hodson, Arthur Streeton, George Cotter-nole, Daryl Lindsay, Will
Ashton, and Hayley Lever
A FEW RARE BAXTER and LE BLOND PRINTS
Violin by P Talyard, Paris. 1830, In polished
case with two bow6
A rare old 18th century Violin, old Cremona, Ivory
mounted, Hills Graft (1765), In leather shaped case two bows . _
I8th century Italian violin, by Julius Paolo, Brísele,
1715, complete with bow, in walnut caso
ENGLISH CRYSTAL CUT GLASS
RARE ENGLISH CONTINENTAL, AND
BRASS, BRONZE and CLOISONNE
A FEW PIECES Or RARE CARVED IVORY.
PAIR OF VALUABLE SEVRES PORCELAIN COVERED VASES, with ring handles, standing on shaped bases and delicately hand-polntca with baskets of flowers cn green ground re- lieved with burnished gold the covers sur- mounted by acorns each 14in high
CHARMING SEVRES PORCELAIN and GILT BRONZE CLOCK SET, comprising the time- piece, surmounted by a vase, hand-painted in delicate colours with classical figures and flowers on turquoise blue ground, goat and mask head terminals and shaped base, also
two side ornaments to match
MAGNIFICENT ROYAL AUBUSSON CARPET, wlih medallion centie, decorated with basket of flowers, grey and pink ground with floral border size about 14ft loin x 9ft 9ln
HANDWOVEN TIEN TSIN CARPETS,
In various sizes
FINE OLD MAHOGANY, CEDAR and BRAZILIAN
A SHERATON MAHOGANY KNEEHOLE PEDESTAL
WRITING TABLE Inlaid with banded satln wood and fitted with five drawers on tapered
A SHERATON BEDROOM SUITE, In finely grained
mahogany inlaid with a marqueterie of satin wood, monufoetured to special order In Lon-
don comprising -
WARDROBE size 5ft 6in, designed with centre
panelled door and two bevelled mirror doors enclosing hanging compartment, fitted with shelves and hat compartment
KNEEHOLE DRESSING TABLE with large bevelled
swing mirror, two jewel drawers, and four
draviers under -
A SHERATON CHEST OF FIVE DRAWERS with
brass handles, to match the bedroom suite.
A CHIPPENDALE DESIGN SIDEBOARD, in Spanish
mahogany, with low carved bark and carved moulding, fitted with plate and damask drawers and two cupboards on square fluted legs (by Messrs Matthew Pollock and Si ns, Beith, Ayr-
A FINELY GRAINED SPANISH MAHOGANY BOW
FRONT CHEST OF TOUR DRAWERS, with
knob handles _ ._
A MLUABLF MAHOGANY WRITING BUREAU on
cabriole legs with fall front disclosing pigeon holes and small drawers four long drawers
under with Dross handles
A MAGNIFICENT MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD of
noble proportions with high shaped plateglass mirror back boldly carved In high relief ser pcntlnc shaped front designed with side cup boards fitted with shelves encloc, d by p ncllod doors large centre damask drawer and cup board size 7ft _
A SPANISH MAHOGANY CIRCULAR DINING
TABLE with rope carved edge carved column sipport and shaped base diameter 3ft 6in
A CHIPPENDALE REPRODUCTION CHINA CABI
NET in dark mahogany cabriole legs, with claw and ball feet fitted with movable shelves enclosed by two pane led clear glass doors
size 3ft 31n
A RARE BRAZILIAN ROSEWOOD BEDSTEAD size
5ft formerly in the possession of the late Dr Dunmore Lang and was brought to this country
A GENUINE HEPPLEWHTTE DINING TABLE In
fine old mahogany made In three parts to form two hal d' side tables or an oval or D end dining table _
A CHARMING MAHOGANY WRITING BUREAU
Inlaid with banded satlnwood designed with baize lined fall front disclosing small cup
boards p geonholes and small drawers the underpart with three long drawers with brass handles and escutel eons cabriole legs with claw and ball feet size Jft 61n
A riNF OLD GEORGIAN MAHOGANY CHEST OF
FIVE DRAWERS with rounded corners and
A TINE OLD FEATHER GRAINED MAHOGANY
LOUGHBOY on massive cabriole legs with shell carved knees claw and ball feet designed with hanging compartment two drawers, and hat cupboard enclosed by two panelled doors
size 3ft 6In
CHIPPENDALE REPRODUCTION TWIN BED
STEADS In Richmond River cedar with full panel head and footralls carved pillars and cabriole legs with claw and ball feet sl?e
A RARE OLD GEORGIAN MAHOGANY DROP SIDE
DINING TABLE In original condition
AN EXTENSIVE CATALOGUE OF
of special Interest to collectors ond
AMES R LAWSON
FURNITURE FINE ART and GENERAL
236 CASTLEREAGH STREET
(near corner of Bathurst street) TELEPHONE M6408-2 LINES
THIS DAY MONDA 2 PM Prompt
BERNARD LEVY and CO LTD
will sell at the Salerooms,
196 8 CASTLEREAGH STREET SYDNEY
Under Instructions from
THE PUBLIC TRUSTEE In Various Deceased
ASSORTED SUNDRIES AND CLOTHING
Including SAC SUITS Sports Coots Loots and
Shoes Felt Hats Lad es Silk Dresses Skirts Underwear Bed and Table Linen Remnants
WIRELESS SETS and Accessories Cameras Suit
cases Kit Bags Cutlery Glassware Orn iments Etc _
Auctioneers Offices 196 8 Castlereagh street, Sydney
THIS DAY st 11 am sharp at 292 Forest road
Bexley Contents of Refreshment Shop S iclvlng and Fittings K F B Stove Counters Scales, Tables Chairs Wire Doors Showcases Cooking Utensils No Reserve Full particulars see last Saturday s
JOHN FRETUS and J N KING Auctioneers, un
der instructions will sell the above Head OfBne, 72 Pitt street. Telo B4143
DROVE and CO,
Fine Art and General Auctioneers,
on the Premises,
"MOUNT WILGA," HORNSBY,
Where they will sell for and on account of Mrs,
E H Scott by PUBLIC AUCTION,
TO-MORROW. TUESDAY DECEMBER 13th,
an contlnunig on
WEDNESDAY. 14th, and THURSDAY, 15th.
contained in her beoutiful and luxurlou« home
I Amongst a magnificent collection of rare Bnd costly
pieces, the following ore particularly worthy of
the attention of the connoisseur -
ROYAL BLUE CLOISONNE VASE exquisitely decor- |
ated with wistaria, birds, flowers and foliage, 24 Inches high, on a carved stand
SDC RARE CHINESE PAINTINGS on Bamboo Paper
Of great antiquity believed to hove come from I
the Temple of a Thousand Lights, Pni-plng
VENETIAN ond BOHEMIAN GLASS VASES
Valuoble Exhibition Carved Rosewood BEDROOM |
Suite, made to order in England.
GALLERY OIL PAINTINGS including -
"SUSANNAH AND THE ELDERS." attributed to |
Guido Reni. In massive carved Florentine frame
"HEIDELBERG ON THE NECKAR," by O. Clark-
"THE ORAND CANAL," Venice, by P. Mollino.
GOVETTS LEAP and WEATHERBOARD
WATERFALL by J H Carse 1876
The Orchard Gosford by Sir Arthur Streeton
Barrett Lister Lister Edwin Hayes Tebbltt
ond other eminent artists
Original Pen and Ink Dra vlngs by Hop Vincent.
Low Weston Souter Sid Treeby Cipher Colin eolation. O Dyson and others
In addition to the special lots portlcularlsed above
the catalogue includes an extensive inventory of all the usual effects appropriate to o well furnished home and grounds
Also a 1 irge V ivlnotor. ond two Motor Lawn
Mowers Garden Rollers Tools Scats Pot Plants Dodge Touring Cor etc etc etc
PRIOR TO THE OFFERING OF THE EFFECTS THE HOMESTEAD AND ITS BEAUTIFUL "1 ACRFS Or GARDENS AND PARK LANDS WILL BE OFFERED AT AUCTION
Special t ansport facilities have been arranged
Light Refreshments obtainable on the premises, through the agency of the Women s Auxiliary of the Hornsby Hospital to which the proceeds will
Admission by card or catalogue free on request at the Auctioneers City Rooms or tho Office of the Hornsby Advocate
GROVE ond CO GROVE and CO
(opposite Commonwealth Savings Bank)
17 CASTLEREAGH STREET SYDNEY
BUILDERS AND DEMOLITION PLANT
TOMORROW TUESDAY DEO 13 AT li AM
AUCTION SALE OF BUILDING MATERIAL
BUILDERS AND DEMOLITION PLANT
STEFL GIRDERS ETC
ON THE PREMISES BARR ST CAMPERDOWN opposite Missenden rd alongside Moran s Bakery
off Parramatta road
Unfler lnstr lettons from the Liquidator of
0 L COOPER ano SON LTD IN LIQUIDATION
3 ton All Steel Electric lib Crane 25cwt AH steel Electric Jib Crane 2 TON HAND CRANE 15cwt HAND CRANE
10 STEEL KIBBLES 1 yard eapaclty 1 ANGLE CUTTER POWER 1 POWER SHEARS
1 ROBINSON SAW BENCH complete with 25 li p
1 2 TON FEDERAL MOTOR TRUCK 1 BRITISH STANDARD SEDAN CAR
1 21 h p VELOCETTE MOTOR CYCLE 1929 model 100ft 31n GALVANISED WATER PIPING 150ft AIR HOSE good as new
1 JACK HAMMER CHAIN and WIRE SLINGS
PICKS SHOVELS BARS and SUNDRY PLANT 20 TONS STE-L CIKDLRS various sizes 1 3 TON MORRIS BLOCK and CRAWL 2 SETS ROPE TACKLE and BLOCKS
1 MAPLE OTTICE DESK TABLE and CHAIR 1 OFFICE COUNTER _
50ft CEDAR BAR COUNTER w Ith Mirrored Canopy 20 FRONT and INSIDE DOORS
200ft PINE SHELVING 20 X 1 l8 X J
500 PIECES SHORT SHELVING BOARDS 6 NEW PANEL DOORS 2 BATTIS
6 TRAVELLING CASES
LEADLIGHT SASHES and PARTITIONS
And NUMEROUS SUNDRIES
H G COOPER Auctioneers under Instructions
from the Liquidator will sell as above JX2264
A HIGHLY IMPORTANT AUCTION SALE
will be held at our
COMMODIOUS SALEROOMS and GALLERIES BURLINGTON HOUSE 324 GEORGE STREET
(opposite Wynyard Station Entrance)
ATTRACTIVE and SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD
FURNITURE and APPOINTMENTS
REMOVED FROM THE REPOSITORIES OF BEARD WATSON and CO LIMITED
ON ACCOUNT OF VARIOUS VENDORS
VALUABLE MAHOGANY FURNTTURF LUXURIOUS CHESTERFIELD SUITES AXMINSTER and WILTON CARPETS
SUPERIOR DINING ROOM SUITES HIGH CLASS BEDROOM SUITES
with Bedsteads to match
DIAMOND and PLATINUM WRISTLET WATCH
SINGLE STONE DIAMOND RING . GOLD REPEATER CHRONOGRAPH
WATCHES BROOCHES and RINGS
NOW ON VIEW
COLEMAN PAGE and CO
FURNITURE FINE ART and GENERAL
324 GEORGE STREET TELEPHONE B4262
Will SELL ot the BOOMS
18-22 WENTWORTH-AVENUE (near Oxford-street), The Furnishings of a VILLA fiom Botany-street, Randwick, a Flat from Rose B>y and a Large Guest House from Paddington To be sold without RE. SERVE, also the Furnlihlngs of a Cafe *
ITGURED MAPLE BEDROOM SUITE, with Bedstead
Fumed MAPLE Complete DINING SUITE, Bullet Extension Table and Chairs
Complet» JACOBEAN DINING 6UITE
Burr Walnut BEDROOM SUITE, with Loughboy and
Luxurious T.OUNQE SUITE In Velvet, Loose Cushions.
15 Complete BEDROOM SUITES in MAPLE and
OAK for SINGLE and DOUBLE ROOMS Several COMPLETE DINING SUITES, in
Maple and Oak
l8 Oak Cafe Chairs Tables 2 Shop Ice Chests
OAK HALL WARDROBE Iron-framed German
Several Double and Single Bedsteads,
In Maple and Oak
ANTIQUE MAHOGANY COUCH CEDAR CHEST Maplo and Oak Wardrobes Dressing Tables, Dress-
ers Gas Stove Maple Oak and Stained Wal- nut Sideboards Chairs Tables, Linoleums Safes Bedsteads Glassware, China Kitchen Utensils, Round Dining Tables Oak and Maple Medical Books and Novels, Bagatelle Table and A LARGE QUANTITY OF GENERAL FURNITURE
On View THIS DAY from 9 30 a m till 1 30 P m ,
Time of Sale
TO-MORROW TUESDAY, AT 11 O CLOCK
TO PRIVATE BUYERS FURNISHING THROUGH-
OUT OR ADDING TO, HOTEL AND RESIDEN- TIAL KEEPERS DEALERS AND OTHERS
HIOHLY IMPORTANT AND ATTRACTIVE
PUBLIC AUCTION SALE,
HAYMARKET _AUCTION_ ROOMS,
AN ETTENSIVE INVENTORY OF HIGH-CLASS
AND MEDIUM GRADE HOUSEHOLD FURNI- TURE OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS APPOINT- MENTS AND EFFECTS VALUABLE PLAYERS, IRON-FRAME PIANOFOR ITS WIRELESS BILLIARD TABLE OFFICE FURNITURE FIRE RESISTING SAFES, CARPET SQUARES LINOLEUMS CONGO-BUMS ELECTRIC RE- FRIGERATOR PORCELAIN ICE CHESTS KIT-
CHOICE LOT CRYSTAL GLASS, COPPER AND BRONZE VASES ETCHINGS PICTURES ELECTROPLATE AND FINE CHINA, CUR- TAINS ROLLER BLINDS, AND THE USUAL
ON VIEW TO-DAY FROM 0AM TO 5 30 P M Full particulars To-morrow s Herald .RRODR1BB and
AT 2 P M THIS DAY. AT 2 P M
A MOST IMPORTANT SALE OF ATTRACTIVE FURNITURE and ETFECTS removed to our Rooms for convenience comprising beautiful Maple and Oak Dining-room Suites Oak Loughboy Kitchen Cabinets Ook Beds Bedding Lounge Suites, Carpet Squores odd Easy Chairs Wardrobes 2 Singer Mochines Linoleums Iron Bedsteads, ond o host
"'¿ÄVlateÄ REMINGTON TYPEWRITER
-1 15 THIS DAY MONDAY. 115
ATT S HOAD 355 Klng-st, Newtown, sells Ladles' \V Gentlemen s Children s Clothing Shoes, etc Excellent selection Trade attend L2106_ -2 PM TO-DAY. AT 2 PM
ALF WARD 435 King-streot Newtown w11
good-quality Ladies', acnilcmens, Children second-hand Clothing. L2280.
A MOST IMPORTANT AUCTION SALE
will be held on the Premises
WOOROORA 6 Burroway street Neutrol Bar
(between Bennett st and Shell Cove road)
WEDNESDAY (Next) DECEMBER 14th at 11 a«, Under instructions from the Executor In thf
Estate of the late Dr ïrank Suckling
THE WHOLE OF THE ATTRACTIVE MODERH
FURNITURF HOUSEHOLD APPOINTMENTT and EFFECTS as contained in the Residence.
SUPERIOR OAK DINING SUITE in Artistic Mod
ern Design, comprising "¡ft Sideboard con- veniently fitted Circular Dining Table with ] spare leaves Oak Dinner Waggon and Butt» 8 Spoon back Chairs upholstered in finest qual.
FINEST QUAI ITY WILTON CARPETS RUGS and
HALL RUNNERS Fine China Glassware Water colour Diawings
SOFT SPRUNG CHESTERFIELD LOUNGK size 6ft.
In Moquette several well made Easy Chaux fitted with loose covers " ROSEWOOD ENVELOPE FOLDING CARD TABLE.
ROSEWOOD CHAIRS Oak Hall Bench Maple! and Oak Enclosed Bookcases ' SUPERIOR CUTLER ROLLER TOP DESK singla
Pedestal size 42ln Chcneal Curtains and Drapes Blinds, Bronzed Vases
ATTRACTIVE OAK BEDROOM SUITE comprlsta«
5ft Wardrobe fitted with hanging space and sliding trays Oval Arch Dressing Table ped
estai Cupboard together with
TWIN OAK PANEL BEDSTEADS
fitted with finest Wires and Kapok Beddln«
MAGNIIICCNT GENTLEMANS OAK TALLBOY
In Solid Oak fitted with 12 sliding trays In terlor mirrors and drawers specially made to
order sire 4ft
THE FURNITURE and FURNISHINGS OP SEVERAL
MIT OR BEDROOMS Including Single Oak Bedroom Suites with Bedsteads complete to
Linoleums Art r -or Felts Bookshelves Trunks VERY FINF WAL! JT ENCLOSED CABINET
DRESSER size 6ft fitted with sliding donn
and drawers under
LEONARD CLEANABLE PORCELLTNED ICE CHEST
KITCHEN and LAUNDRY REQUISITES
Garden Hose ond Tools Contents Fernery Canvai
Blinds Lawn Mower etc
JAMES R NEWALL
Furniture Fine Art and oeneral Auctioneer 164 Military road, Neutral Bay P one, X3923
To the TRADE and our VARIOUS CUSTOMERS.
Anticipating as we and others do the Improv». rient In bona fide AUCTION BUSINESS we hay«
decided to now continue
OUR USUAL AUCTION SALES
A large portion of these Goods are now
on display at our palatial ROOMS
69 YORK STREET
and will be auctioned on the
COMING WEDNESDAY 14th lnstsnt
at 11 a m
ALL GOODS TO BE INCLUDED IN THIS SALS
will be received not later than
TUESDAY 13th Instant up to 5 p m
ARTHUR E STUTCHBURY ond CO LTD.
69 YORK STREET CITY (Across from Lottery Office)
NEW SOUTH WALES AUTO AUCTIONS-"
WILL SELL THIS AFTERNOON AT 2 O OeOCS,
on account of various owners
GOOD USED CARS AND TRUCKS FORD A 1929 Tourer
PLYMOUTH 1929 Tourer registered insured.
BABY CITROEN 7 h p 1927 Roadster CITROEN 11 h p Camper registered
DODGE 1924 Tourer
CITROE'I 7 h o Family model registered MERCER 0. 1924 Model Tourer
HOLLIN UTILITY 192G registered 2 HUPMOBJ.E H Tourers
MAXWELL 1926 Tourer registered INDIANA 30cwt Truck
DURANT 1925 Tourer registered
riAT 1 ton 1927 Truck registered
HUDSON 7 passenger Sedan registered
And many more to be announced at sale
ALL SALTS ON COMMISSION ONLY
No Sale No Charro
BEST RESULTS CASH SETTLEMENTS. Cars and Trucks accepted till 130 p m
NEW SOUTH WALES AUTO AUCTION!,
36 40 Parramatta rood Compcrdonn _Sydney s Largest Auto Auction Rooms
AT 1 30 P M
SNELL and CO Auctioneer«,
69 Goulburn strct opposite Horderns
will Sell under instructions frorr various vendor! Tudor Dining room Suite handsome design beau tlful Lounge Suite practically new Jacobean Maple and Oak Dining room Suites Maple and Oak Bedroom Suites with Beds to match Pianos Pianolos Gramophones Wilton and Axmtnister Carpets various sizes Double and Single Ward robes Single and Double Beds with Bcddln»s Roll top Desks Filing Cabinets Palmstands Occa slonal Tables large and small mirrors Ice Ches» all sizes Hallstands Kitchen S lito in Oik Tables, various sizes Chairs of all kind , Crock cry Linoleums Cutlery of High Standard Drap ings of finest quality together with ii varied asioi
ment of Glass vare Ornaments Blinds etc Jewel lcry of high class at 4 p m
The above represent« a very high-class lot 0/ Furnishings, and we advise an early inspection.
MA2859. 59 Goulburn-stittt.
THIS DAY, AT 11 O'CLOCK
AND TO-MORROW, TUESDAY. 13th INSTANT.
TO DIAMOND BUYERS, JEWELLERS.
PRIVATE BUYERS, AND OTHERS. IMPORTANT SALE BY AUCTION,
on the Premises,
N.S.W. MONTE DE PIETE P. and L
HALF-HOOP. SINGLE-STONE and OLDSTER
DIAMOND RINGS. ,""__. DIAMOND PENDANTS, BANGLES, LOCKETS,
BREASTPINS, AND STUDS.
GOLD and SILVER STRAP WATCHES.
GOLD and SILVER CHRONOGRAPH, ENQUSB
LEVER, and WALTHAM WATCHES.
GOLD ALBERTS, BRACELETS, LINKS, NECKLEI3, LADIES' DIAMOND SET WRISTLET WATCHES.
W. A. LITTLE and MCILVEEN, *Tetl0?î2_
have received instructions from the «ie»l Company to sell by Auction, the whole of tain OVERDUE UNREDEEMED JEWFLLaftx._. -LEICHHARDT. __." ".._ ATTRACTIVE FURNITURE AUCTION SALE,
THIS DAY. 11 A.M., THIS DAY.
79 Carlisle-street, near Norton-street,
Alight tram at Malborough Picture Show. Under instructions from F. Slocombs, Esq.
Hudson. Sedan, 7 seafr. excellent appearance.
Handsome Maple Bedroom buite. Bedstead toi mateo, Superior Maple Bedroom Suite, Single Bedsteaa, Linoleum Square. 8 yards English Linoleum, Bus«. 4 Maple Chairs, Table, Settee, and Scroll. Kitchen Dresser. Tables, Chairs, Sundiles.
POLLOCK BROS. and 00.
Auctioneers, Rozelle. W1630.
[Two Unes (about 12 words). 2/; Saturday, j/ÇJ
WINK WORTH'S XMA§,,. t" f of*11
>> NEW PIANOS, reduced from £135 to *.»»?
USED IRON-FRAME PIANOS, include all thl
beStDREYER. HAPSBURG, BECKER, VICTOR, ,
RONISCH. BELLING. EHRLICH, STRAUSS,
LEIPZIG. B »M
Prices, £29. £30. £35. £40. £45, £50. i«V
£70, £75. . I
TERMS from £2 Deposit, 5/ Weekly, accordUlj
WE PAY FREIGHT TO THE COUNTRY. ?!
Write for FREE LISTS. TTMTTED S
O. WINKWORTH and SON, LIMITE-,
337 George-street, Sydney, j
160-164 Parramatta-road, Annandale. ^ j
AT PALING'S. ,, wl)höVtCTpianoIAN0l A No Home is c^BPlevtecÄout o Piano.
Is the ideal Piano 'or the children ji You choose wisely If you ohoose» Victor, -g golden tone and responsive touch mrse -sj
ideal Piano for the children. . BOIt
Built to last a lifetime-the Vkw. « » U economical purchase. virtnr Piano-It «
Any family con efiord the Victor «w _|
not highly priced, and is sold on suene»« T|
"hat you WÏ" "ever miss the W.^f^^i. I
If you cannot call, please write for pan«. g
PALING S, "_. 'i
338 GEORGE-S'TREET. SYDNEY. |
U Splendid Stocks of oil the Best Ma* | Also pfanos Players and R^los Cjsno ,|
For reliable .nstruments. reasonable ^r m honest trading call on G H "«"^"«t, t*H
Basement Showrooms, 114 Çastlerca."
Basement Showrooms, ii* ^'""i ,r i°
Market-street, next N S W_^^__U----gg
-JV^^E-POSÏT--NO DEPOSIT »OfT .
1> Gotzer Player Pianos, Mm \cekiy I
High-grade Pianos, from 3/°,,?. ,Vmei F
FÍlces reduced in »>«P'n^ A.mbe». I
N SAMIN* 705 Culwulla ChamM fjul 67 Castlereagh-street. nw^jtmE»^^
f5LAYÉR-pi¿no ¿5 ^"^n^^ymentsM
1 will transfer account and "fluce p<?) RM
5/ weekly for smal, balance¡to, be paja°48 o_g Stool Urgent, leaving T uesd^yBQj^l-r-f^g
"PIANO-Buyers save money ^ Purc£h2a0 P'"ffl 1 Wholesale House f'«"03,.,' ^Srk-it. oppo^ï from £65 Suttons. Ltd. 38 ^_______-J
PLAYLfi BUYERS-Why pay" "j^^nts^'l
LJ you can purchase "luable instrumen ""* e;t Wholesale Prices at Suttons, wu._| street opposite Grace Bros-sSTäTrcefirä! -LAYER and Piano Purchasers-Buy u j
Suttons, 38 York-st, opppsIt Once « d ,a wholesale pi ices First-class Instrumenting guaranteed_.--rr-r^r-^S CKC* -IGH-GRADE Piano, practically f,;w'flrit.cl»|
new condition throughout ^l^toJ_J
nlnnlst JUS 8 Barkcr-st _S___j^g--r^rM
?OONIBCH PIANOTTTo^rVógaer'Ul^ ^ K hlbltlon model genuine barsohig^jj] S terms Hancock's Piano ROTg^e-^-^-^rtTt» RONISCK PLAYER Pr^îY/offer 389 m
leaving, take any reasonable #£deiH¿adJ¡ rlckvllle-rJ,.. m^^J^h-B^-^^^T^Ü t?C^"-¡ríetBÍo_awood Boudoir Grand Piano^»-J X 2360 Herald Office -srsrorKáñT«S TÍ7ANTED, 2-irionuol Pipe or gjfjn *S7 <»«f » hand Lowest price to organ, ^_«
P451MM O P O_.-T=r^rírrpféí"T¡ WANTED, lron-frome ,eia¡lu"S,"anli^ *8 .AYup to «BO. Particular». 3359, H«W g