WANTED TO BUY
TA AA_OLD CEDAR, ANY KIND.
FURNITURE, LINO., ? SEWING MACHINES, ETC., AT YOUR OWN
g^gg 147 'tiLiZ. ST.. PH: 59f,6.
AAA _ BUY, Men's Snits, etc.,
Ladies* and Children's Wear. Will Call. Mrs. Carr. Phone 5775.
AAA - WANTED; urgently, Rags,
Tailors' Clipping», and Old Canvas. Phone 3677. Hobart ' Flock Mills.
AAA - BUYÉÍj. of Bags and Clip
nines. Highest prices.. .Cart calls. Tas. Flock Mills,. Cascades; Phone
6-2S7. . _
AAA - WANTED' TO BUY; Men's J
Clothing, Suits,'Shirts,' all. descrip-1 tions. Highest' prices given. .. 130
ALL MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS;
PIANOS, ? RADIOS, ETC.,-PUR- CHASED BY FINDLAYS PTY.'LTD. AN TI QUE S, : T RINKBTS, WATCHES, etc. Malcolm Miller, 187 Liverpool St. and 131 Elizabeth St. Phone 6254. _ AXMINSTER or Wilton-Carpèt, Mats
and Rugs, cash. 87 "Mercury.
BUY, Child's Stroller, per-war, iron
frame. 210 Mercury.
BUY, Small Mixed Business, city or
suburbs. Cash. 1S6 Mercury.
.BUY, D.B. Pure Linen Sheets, per-
fect condition. 175 .Mercury.
BUY, MASTER MASON'S Apron,
good condition. 163 Mercury.
"BUY, Electric Wireless Set. Cash. . Urgent. Mantel or cabinet. 200 M. BUY, 10011. 1 inch, 300ft. ¡j inch Water
Piping, good condition: ICO Mere. BUY, Piano, Waldemar preferred.
Cash price and particulars to 12-60 Mercury._ BUY, Factory, or Block Ground suit-
able furniture manufacture. State position. 147 Mercury. _ CASH BUYER of Gold, Silver, and
Diamonds. RUNDLE'S, Liverpool Street. _. _. D.-BEDROOM Suite, 2 Single Beds.
Not necessary modern. 105 Mere.
DIAMOND RINGS, BROOCHES, i
etc. Malcolm Miller, 187 Liverpool St. and 131 Elizabeth St. Phone 6254. DIAMONDS Bought. . See Rundle'»,
105 Liverpool St. ' , _ DIAMONDS, can be turned into cash
at RUNDLE'S. No reasonable
offer refused. _ ' DIAMONDS. - Sell your Diamonds
while prices are high to
RUNDLE'S._ I DIAMONDS.-RUNDLE'S will pay j
you high prices for unwanted 1 Diamonds._ '
DINNER Sets, Tea Sets, Floral De-
sign. Must be English. Own price given. Cash. 88 Mercury. _ EADIE COASTER WHEEL. Price.
130 Mercury._ ELECTROLUX, large Green Mod.,
all fittings, complete. Cash. 86 M. ELECTROLUX Vacuum Cleaner, in
or out of repair. Pay best price. Ii30 Mercury._ EVENING Frocks, size W. 154 Eliza
beth St.,. near Brisbane St.
FUR COAT, S.W. or S.S.W., mus
nnash preferred. 184 Mercury. .
GOLD and Silver Jewellery bought
by RUNDLE'S, 105 Liverpool St.
HOUSE, 4 rooms, near tram, bus, or
ferry. Vacant possession. 77 Mere. JEWELLERY, AtNY KIND.
Malcolm Miller, 187 Liverpool St. and 131 Elizabeth St. Phone 6254.
? MACKINTOSH or similar, fit girl 15.
Ring W1043. :
MRS. HADFIELD, 245 Liverpool St.
-Ladies' and Gents' Wardrobe | Dealer. Buyer of all. kinds' Sundries, Toys, etc.. Phone 6.489. _ OLD GOLD.-Bring your Old Goldi
lo RUNDLE'S, Liverpool St. . j
PURE irish Linen Tablecloth; also
large Marcella D.B.- Quilts. High
cash prices. 89 Mercury. _I
. SMALL MIXED BUSINESS WITH |
. OR WITHOUT DWELLING; RE-
TURNED SERVICEMAN. CASH BUYER. CITY OR SUBURBS. 119
MERCURY._ I STRAWBERRY Plants, Tree, Abun-
dance and Melbas. State price per 100. L1042 Mercury, Launceston.
TO BUY, ¡J BEDSTEAD. 142 Mer
cury._ VACUUM CLEANERS, any make or
condition. Highest prices. Will call. 1 fi Mercury._ WANTED, Up to case Green Toma-
toes, for pickles. 16S Mercury.
WANTED, 6ft Packing Cases or
WANTED TO BUY, Chip Bath
Heater. Price and parties. 144 M. WANTED, Wardrobe or Cabin
Trunk, in good condition. 134 M. WANTED TO BUY, Knitting
Machine. Price and parÄulars.
166 Mercury._ ~.
WANTED TO BUY, Lawn Roller.
Phone 3832. 125 Elizabeth St., or 11 f> Mercury._ ' _ WANTED to Buy, House,- with vac.
possession, close to city. Particu
lars to 27 Mercury._]_
WANTED to Buy for cash. Electric
Radio Receiver. Price and particu
lars to 1S3 M-ercury._
WANTED, medium Fuel Stove, also
Chip Bath Heater, must be in good
order. i7f> Mercury._\_ I
WANTED, Mantel Model Radio Sets,
any condition, for cash. Crosby A.
Walch, 123 Elizabeth St._ WANTED, Second-hand Spray Vat,
100 gallons, good order. Price and particulars. 133 Mercury._ WANTED. GOOD SOUND ORCH-
ARD, ABOUT £5,000, PREFER- ABLY AT MARGATE END OF CHANNEL DISTRICT. 53 MERC.
WINE Glasses, Green or Ruby; also
Engraved White. Will give 3/ ea. cash. 85 Mercury.
MONEY, INVESTMENTS. ETC.
FAIR FINANCE PTY. LTD., 130
Collins Street, Hobart (opp. Fitz Gerald's). Money to lend to any responsible persons. Phone 5325. Open until 6 p.m.
Bl Murray St., will -lend you £5 to £50 without security. Easy repay- ments. Phone 5766. Open until 6 p.m.
PERSONAL . FINANCE LTD,,
1st Floor, A.M.P. Building, Hobart.
MONEY TO LEND,
to responsible persons.
Phone 534G. Open until 6 p.m. Repayments by easy instalments.
POULTRY, EGGS, ETC.
FIFTY DOZ. Preserved Eggs. What
offer? 339 Mercury. _ FOR SALE, Broody Hen.
SALE, Electric Incubators, 130-egg,
£5/10/; 250-egg, £10/10/, in per- fect order. . 143 Mercury or ph. W1950.
_LOST AND FQUND
"LOST, Browa Umbrella, city..' Re
ward. 200 Mercury^ .
LOST, City Tuesday, White Knitting
in Serviette, s Apply A.M.F. Lift. LOST, Wed. morning, Dark-rimmed ,;,Glasses. Reward. 110 Warwick St. LOST, oft' loi;ry, Jack and Bag of ;. Tools, Tuesday. Reward. Tel. 5637. LOST, Next-of-Kin Badge, No. 1009.
Finder please return to 30 Kelly St.
LOST, city, Wednesday, Black Kid .? Glove, fleece-lined. Reward. 199
LOST; Bunch bf Five Keys, vicinity
of St. Joseph's Orphanage. Reward. Ring 535S. ?. . :
LOST, Tram Pass Holder, contain-
ing clothing coupons, photos, and
pass. 194 Mercury. ' ;? ? . ? . LOST on Monday, Elwick, in mem-
bers' car park, Handle of car door.
Phone 5749, Reward._ LOST, from lorry, Tuesday, Axe be-
tween Warwick St. and Poet's Rd.
Reward 10 Poet's Rd._' ?
LOST, Elizabeth St., Friday, Text
Book, "Differential Equations?' Nv R. Parsons, University._"
LOST, Gold Ring, initials L.E., bet.
Upper Pottery Rd. and tram. Good reward. 114; Murray St. _ LOST, last Monday, Next-of-Kin
Badge, vicinity Proctors Rd., Sandy Bay. Return 7.Aberdeen St.
LOST, between AValch's Corner and
Anglesea Barracks, Three Keys on
Ring. Reward. . 201 Mercury._ .LOST, Tuesday, between Pickard St.
and Cross St., Kid Glove, right hand. Phone W1S34. Reward.
LOST, Hydraulic Jack, vicinity
Bridgewater, Broadmarsh. £2 ?reward. Return York Hotel, Granton. LOST, Wednesday, in town, Brown
Umbrella, red knob. Reward. Shar land, 353 Sandy Bay Rd. Phone .3464. LOST, Gold Locket, engraved on top,
at Avalon Theatre* Keepsake Reward. Ring 4901 from S a.m. till 5 p.m._ LOST, Pink Jumper, between Forster
Street and North Hobart. Re- ward. Chapman, Commonwealth Bank._
LOST, from New Norfolk, RowinK
Boat, painted cream. Advise G. T. Young, 66 Montague St., New Norfolk. Phone 56. _'__ LOST, 1 Nickel-plated Hub Cap,
screw in centre (Wolseley car), be- tween Brown Mt. and East Coast Rd. Reward. Robert Dunbabin, Cam- pania._' _' .
PERSON found Umbrella, Prince of
Wales Theatre, yesterday, return Theatre. "_
WOULD Mr. Williams, who gave
ladies lift from New Norfolk, Mon- day, please ring 4820 re purse left in
MOTORS AND ACCESSORIES
CASH Buyer Chev..4, A Model Ford,
or similar, sedan preferred. 167 Mercury._
Sell your Car in the best market. Immediate valuation. Spot ' cash settlement at HIGHEST PRICES in Tasmania. Phone, write, or call.
(1933) PTY. LTD.,
Bring your damaged Truck, Util- ity, or Car to us for reinstatement. Work carried out in order of Priority.
MOTOR VEHICLES PTY. LTD.,
174 Elizabeth St., Hobart.
FIAT 501, 1927, good order, well shod,
registered 12 months; N.S.R. price £80; my price £70. Terms arranged., Express Car Exchange, 119 Collins St._ FOR SALE, Triumph 34 h.p; Motor-
cycle, registered. 12 months, good order. Phone 3335._ FOR SALE,, 1937 VS Truck, in good
condition. Price £225. Apply Cyg- net Motors, Cygnet. _ JACKSON'S SPRINGS for any car,
any model, any year, made at 1S9 Elizabeth St., Hobart. Phone 372S. They Won't Let You Down._ SALE, 1926 Oldsmobile Hood, Cheap.
Williams, 15 Fraser St., N. Town. TO BUY, TRAILER, with I7in. wheels
preferred. 3 41 Mercury._
USE OUR FINANCIAL
Our extended terms are available to purchasers of Used Cars. .One third deposit, balance over eighteen
PERPETUAL INSURANCE AND
1st Floor, A.M.P. Building,
ELIZABETH ST., HOBART.
_ Phone 5041._'
WANTED, National Chev. Utility or
1936, well shod, good running order.. Good price offered. Open ten days. 148 Mercury. _ WINDSCREENS and Sedan. Door
Glasses. Trowbridge and Co., 147 Collins St. Phone 5542.
POSTMASTER - GENERAL'S ^ DEPARTMENT.
OFFERS will be received by the Superintendent Stores and Trans- port, 4th Flooi-, Telephone Build- ings, Harrington Street, Hobart, until noon on Monday, 25/6/45, for the purchase of the undermention- ed córidemned motor vehicles without tyres.
Itetm 1-C42G3, 1927 Thornycroft
Item 2-C429Ü, 1934 Commer Van
Item 3-C42G1, 1934'Commer Van
7/8-cwt. ' Separate prices for each item should "be shown*- Offer forms and full particulars are available from the Stores Branch, 4th Floor, Telephone Buildings, Harrington Street, Hobart.
- J. E. MONFRIES,
Deputy Director, Posts and ._Telegraphs.
ROYAL HOBART HOSPITAL.
Tenders are invited for the pur-, chase and removal of a quantity of the following items, ex Hospi- tal Dispensary, inspection upon application to the undersigned:
Four Gallon Tins,
Pour and Six Gallon Drums.
H. M. WRIGHT,
ALL, DOGS STRAYING ON MY
PROPERTY WILL BE DESTROY- ED. .
.V . R. T. WALTON,
, . LoHara. Huon._ FROM this Date no.Trespassing or
Removal of Wood on my property» at Westerway. Previous permits' cancelled. All stray stock im- pounded without further notice.
; 20/G/45. . (Sad.) C. C. BUSH.
IMPOUNDED at Tunnack, June 16,
by J. Beard, Swanston, 6' (six) Crossbred Wethers, 2 (two) notches in back of off ear, square'out of near ear, no visible brands. If not claim- ed will be sold on Monday, June 25, 1845, at 2 p.m. ^
P. J. O'CONOR, Poundkeeper.
IT IS MY INTENTION to apply to
the Glenorchy Council for per- mission to erect a sawbench at 14 Derwent Park Road for hobby pur- poses. The maximum size of saw is eight inches.
. (Sgd.) C. H. FYSH.
NO HUNTING OR SHOOTING ON
SPRINGFIELD, COLEBROOK. TRESPASSERS- PROSECUTED. NO RESPECT TO PERSONS.
W. J. REYNOLDS.
NOTICE TO HUNTERS AND
. Although the Tasmanian Tiger (Thylacine)' is wholly protected, any person catching one accident- ally is requested tp secure it alive, if possible, pr, if dead, to preserve the carcase with care. The near- est police officer should be notified immediately, and he will arrange for transport to the Director of the Tasmanian Museum, Hobart. Reasonable expenses through loss of time and cost of transport will r - paid.
Advice concerning the presence of the Tiger in any locality would be appreciated by the Board.
F. L. COMBES,
Secretary, Fauna Board. Police Department,
. Hobart," 19/C/45. __
WOULD Kind person who offered to
witness car-lorry collision, Wed- nesday; Johnston and Millers-Mur- ray, Liverpool Sts. corner, 'communi- cate Mrs. Okines, Dodges Ferry, For-
A.-TUMS Indigestion Powder cures
Wind, Flatulence, Heartburn, stops discomfort, 2/. DAVERN. Chemist. ARTHUR H. JONES, TAILOR,
OVER PINNACLE CLEANERS. OVERCOATS STOCKED. UP STA1RS SAVES MONEY. Ph. 3533. CH 1LBL A UN S ? McAsser's Anti
blain relieves promptly, 3/. CRISP & JOHNSTON, CHEMISTS, HO BART. Phone 4230. _.
DROMEDARY RESIDENTS. Send
your orders to CRISP & JOHN- STON, CHEMISTS, HOBART. Ph.
BOSS-WALKER RADIO SERVICE.
(A. G. Webster, Manager), . 234 DAVEY STREET.
Phone 6179. After Hours, 6763.
FURNITURE Removals,, city or
interstate. Andrew Mathers, 62 Collins St. Phone 3902. _
W. GREEN, Carrier, 145 New Town
Road. Phone W1171.
Furniture carefully remover, pack- ed, stored, city, country, interstate. All cartage requirements. Estimates
RADIO REPAIRS. PROMPT AND
RELIABLE SERVICE. PHONE
FINDLAYS PTY. LTD._.
NEW TOWN RADIO SERVICE.
16 TH1RZA ST. PHONE W150.7.
SERVICE AND REPAIRS.
M. L. RAYNER,
34 FORSTER ST., NEW TOWN.
GOOD Home for nice healthy Cat;
urgent. 150 Mercury._ MALCOLM MILLER will buy
Curios, Antiques, Old Tasmanian Documents. Call at 1S7 Liverpool St.. and 131 Elizabeth St. Ph. 6254. PEN FRIENDS, all ages. Write for
particulars. A. Zabel, Box 2470V., G.P.O., Melbourne, Cl._?
PRIVATE Inquiry Agent. Urgent.
Particulars 193 Mercury. _.
SERVICEMAN'S Wife would let
Room to refined lady in return companionship and light duties. 158
Mercury._ . ' . THREE Experienced Rabbit Trap-
pers, Returned Soldiers, want Run to Trap.. 97 Mercury._ WANTED, Price to Knit Baby's
Rompers. 145 Mercury._
WANTED, Borrow £250 on property.
Repay with interest within four .months. 179 Mercury._¡_
WANTED BUY OR LEASE. THREE
YEARS. PROPERTY." STABLES, SOME LAND. 82 MERCURY.
WANTED. Exchange 5-roomed
House. Ascot Vale, Melbourne, fof
same Launceston, Hobart, or Devon
port: urgent. 1S5 Mercury._'
WANTED EXCHANGE. BLOCK.
LAND, 80 x 140, LOWER SNUG. FOR BUILDING BLOCK, CITY OR SUBURBS. URGENT. 70 MERC.
A-TUMS Indigestion Powder cures
Wind, Flatulence, Heartburn; stops discomfort. 2/. DAVERN, Chemist. L.-SAME place, Friday morn., not
late. L._ LAMB, donated by Mr. D. F. Cal-
vert won by Graham Woodward. Ham donated by the Warden (Mr G. C. Frankcomb) won by Mrs. Perce Cordwell. Supper Cloth donated by Mrs. Ray Cordwell won by Miss Craig. (Sgd.) Miss D. Rimon, Hon. Sec. Jud biiry Red Cross. _? _ TUMS Indigestion Powder cures Wind, Flatulence. Heartburn, stops discomfort, 2/. DAVERN. Chemist.
FARM AND PRODUCE_
WE CARRY FULL STOCKS OF GRASS AND CLOVER SEEDS of Highest Quality, Purity, and
PEARCE & PEARCE
8 MURRAY STREET,
HOBART., : . ,
WANTED TO RENT
AIRMAN'S Wife, wants urgently,
Furnished' or unfurnished room, City or suburbs. 171 Mercury.
GARAGE, vicinity Macquarie and
Molle Sts. .Urgent. 121 Mercury. MARRIED Couple, no children, ur-
gently require- Flat or Rooms, fur nished or unfurnished. 182 Mercury. S.C. Furnished .Flat, 2 adults, good
suburb or central. 41 Mercury.
SELF-CONTD. Flat, young married
couple; Urgent. '137 Mercury.
TEACHER urgently wants House or
Flat, furnished,, unfurnished. 189
WANTED to Bent or tease,.-Dry Wood Run. -- 157 Mercury. _ WANTED, by young married couple,
Unf.. Flat, excel, refs. 207 Mere. WANTED to Rent,. Self-contained
Flat, married couple. 55 Mercury. WANTED to Rent, Seaside Shack,
with fuel stove, 10 days from end of month. 181 Mercury. _, WANTED, urgently, Furnished or. I Unfurnished Rooms, good tenant:
rent in advance. . 173 Mercury.
I WANTED, urg., 2-Furn, or Unfurn.
I Rooms, no children, rent paid, in
advance. Refs. 125 Mercury;
I WANTED, Furnished House or Flat,
? ; married couple,, rio children, Gov j eminent position. 69 Mercury. -
' WANTED to Rent, Two/ or Three
Unfurnished Rooms with convs., two adults,'child 4 years.. 172 Mere. WANTED to Rent, - Three Un fur-
nished.-Rooms, Moonah or Derwent Park if possible; Zinc worker; ur gent. 78 Hopkins Street. _.
YOUNG Married Couple require Un-
furn. Flat,. S.C, or three rooms. central. 39 Mercury. _ YOUNG M.C., no family, want Three . Unfurnished Rooms or Flat, must be S.C; N.T., Moonah, or D.P. 60 Mercury. - '
A PUBLIC MEETING will be held
in RANELAGH HALL on MON- DAY, June 25, at 8 p.m. Executive Officers of Primary Producers' Union will address the meeting. All Pro- ducers'invited to attend.
* N. MCKAY BURBURY,
Gen. Sec. P.P.U., Convener.
SERVICEMEN'S PARENTS AND WIVES' ASSOCIATION. Bellerive Branch.-Grand Dance, St. Mark's Hall, Tonight. Good Orchestra, Sup- per. Late Boat. Adm., 2/6. Ac- tive Service Personnel on leave, ad- mission Free.'
UPPER DERWENT CO-OPERA-
TIVE SOCIETY LIMITED.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a General Meeting of Shareholders of the Society will be held at
The Hall, Bushy Park,
FRIDAY, 29th JUNE, 1945,
at 8 p.m.
1. To receive the Report of the Dir
- ectors on the Society's Accounts
to 31st July, 1944.
2. To elect Directors. 3. To elect Auditors. 4. Genes-al.
By Order of the Board,
R. O. SHOOBRIDGE,
Chairman of Directors,
Glenorn. 20th June. 1945._._
WOMEN FOR CANBERRA.
A Meeting will be held at Mrs E. A. Waterworth's residence, Poet's Rd.,
THURS.. JUNE 28, 3 p.m. IMPORTANT BUSINESS.
PHONE YOUR ORDERS-3342-TO
BEARD & ELLIOTT
"Better Foods"-"Delicious Coffee."
Freshly Roasted and Ground Cof- fee, 3/; Coffee and Chicory, 2/6; 251b. Flour, 4/3; 71b.«bag S.R. Flour, 2/2; Turban,1 Bingo Puddings, 10Jd.; Block Honey, 1/; Heinz Tomato Sauce, 1/5; Beef Steak Sauce, 1/4J; IXL Mackerel, Spring Fish, 1/; Nu-
tro Oil, lOJd... 3/; Matured Cheese,. 1/8; Best Factory Butter (with cou- pons), 1/9; Squab in Aspic, " 2/41; Barley Kernels, Sid.; Horlicks Malt- ed Milk, 1/6, 3/; Nestle's, 2/3; Oval line, 2/10; Dried Peaches, Apricots, Pears, 1/5; Whole Wheat Biscuits, 7d.; All Bran, lOJd.; Wheat Flakes, 5Jd.; Acto Baking Powder, ÍOJd., 2/5; Large Coffee Essence, 1/6. Phone your orders, 3342, for "Better Foods" -"Delicious Coffee." Free delivery.
JUDICIAL AND LAW
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
TASMANIA.-Sheriff's Office, 20th June, 1945. Ada Amelia Polaski v. Eva Hitchens. Writ of Fieri Facias dated the 31st day of May, 1945, was received at this office 4th June, 1945. R. G. BINGHAM, Sheriff.
AUCTIONEERS' - NOTICES
TT THURSDAY, June 21.
ROBERTS & CO. LTD.
Will sell at their Market Stores,
This' Day, Thursday, At 10 a.m. sharp
MILCH COWS AND CALVES
LIVE PIGS At 10.30 a.m.
Sundries - At ll a.m.
FARM AND DAIRY PRO-
At 12 noon- '
Usual heavy consignments
For sale, Choice Tattle Swedes, 7/ to 8/ per bag.
FOR SALE, Greyhound Bright Candy
by Golden Candy-Elsie.Acorn, £20. 162 Mercury. . ,. .
SALE, One Hound Dog, Harrier and
Beagle cross, 3 years, "£3. , I. F. Fletcher, Glen Huon. ' _v
TWO Rabbit-Dogs for sale. Grey-
hound and cattle dog. Apply 235 Murray Street.
THE MODERNISTE, 71. Liverpool
Street, under personal supervision Mrs. Harrison. Perms., 17/6 to 30/.
Phone 5637. 4 "
YVONNE TOILET' SALON, 64A
LIVERPOOL ST. Hair stylist.
DERWENT PARK, Flat, two rooms,
kitchenette, suitable two adults. Ladies preferred. 135 Mercury.
FURNISHED Double Bed-Sitting
Room, conveniences. 165 Mercury. TWO Unfurn. Rooms, Bellerive, sep.
entrance, fireplace, P.P.. Suit busi- ness woman. Particulars, 12 Elboden St.; Thursday. Tel. 3137.
BOARD AND RESIDENCE
ELDERLY Working Man requires
board private home. Bat. Pt. pref. Sober, quiet habits. 64 Mercury.
MARRIED Couple urgently need ac-
commodation, wife full time, hus- band'casual. 161 Mercury.
MAYFAIR, 63 Goulburn St. Vacan-
cies for bed and breakfast. Phone 5SS2.
REFINED Young Business Girl re-
quires board in City OD vicinity. Reply 206 Mercury.
REFINED Young Business Lady,
Govt. position, urgently requires private board. Central preferred.'202 Mercury.
SUPERIOR Board offéred elderly
gentleman, references, £3/10/ weekly. 159 Mercury.
HOUSES AND LAND FOR SALE
FOR SALE, - Tenders open one
month: 151 acres Mixed Farming Property, Rutherford, South Dover, 41 acres orchard, 16 acres fallowed ready for orchard, small fruits or cash crops, 4 acres best river flats, Esperance River fences half property, W.B. House, stone foundation, 6 rooms and washhouse, electric light 'and power, telephone, 2-stall stable and smithy, 6-stall cowshed, apple house, wood shed, cement floored dairy. Persons interested call at house for papers of full particulars or Phone Strathblane 6. Will accept best offer under'valuation.
H. WITHRINGTON, Strathblane.
VACANT POSSESSION !
S W.B. Shack, electric light | I and power, close to beach, bus | ! service, easy access of city, |
I nice block land with view. :
j Perice, £525. Finance arrang- I
j 6 INVESTMENT
1 Pair Detached Weatherboard ¡
2 Cottages, .good order, well let; J I valuable site, city property. | ? The pair priced at £1,100. 1
I Block, 90 x 90 Lower Sandy |
I Bay, £400. Block, beautiful I i view, N.' Hobart; large front- ? ! age, £375. Block, well fenc- I I édr near tram, W. Hobart, ? ! £315. Several Blocks, Bel- I I lerive, £110 per block. . I
[THOMAS W. SIMPSON Î ¡ PTY. LTD., I î 119 Collins Street. f I Land and Real' Estate Agents. j
Strand Theatre Building 165 LIVERPOOL ST., HOBART
After Hours: JOHN AUSTIN, W2120 H. M. MANSON, 6773
AUGUSTA RD. AREA. -- Home Sites in this Select Local- ity are in great demand,, and very few are available. We can offer two blocks which are very handy to Lenah Valley trapu stop, and also within reasonable walking distance, of main road service. No hill climbing, either. Good Value at
£375 and £200.
MOONAH.-W.B. .Home of seven rooms, which, includes - two sleepouts. The house is in excellent order and con- veniently planned. Two good open fireplaces; electric range; porcelain bath, etc. G.ood sized allotment, lawn, concrete
x paths, and tidy garden. . ^ Convenient td'both tram and train
services. Owner will give vacant possession when purchase . of another property is completed, but no definite date can be given. It is seldom we can offer a home with this ac-
commodation at the price. .Will sell quickly at .. £1,020. . INVESTMENT. - W.B. Dwelling and Shop Premises with-
in the near city, area, at present let for 21/ p.w. General renovations are necessary to put the premises, in good or- der. Small Shops with Dwelling attached will rapidly in- crease in demand, and this offers a unique opportunity to . buy at a low figure. lt must appreciate in value. £500
. or offer. >..,??"'
'j : ' ' v CHURCH N.ÔTÏCE3 j: 1 . /'^
PARISH OF OATLANDS«
SUNDAY, 24th JUNE.
. PARISH CHURCH: 9.30 a.m., Ho»
Communion; 7 p.m., Evendni
JERICHO: ll a.m., Holy Communion. ROSEHILL: 3 p.m., Evening PrayelV
S. M. MORTYN, Rector.
PACIFIC Lodge No. 5 T.C. meets V.ti
p.m. sharp, visitors 7.30 p.m. A.E.B, Secretary. -
JULY 7, 1945
FINAL MEETING FOR THE
£70 HOPEFUL STAKES (for
non-winners in City AreaJT 1J miles. First £50, second . £12, third £6. Nomination
£110 STAND HANDICAP.
1J miles. Limit 3.42. First £85, second £15, third £10. Nomination 20/.
£110 LAWN HANDICAP.-12
miles. Limit 3.40 class. First £85, second £15, third £10. Nomination 20/.
£125 TOTALISATOR HANDI-
CAP.-13 miles. Limit 3.37 class. - First £100, second £15, third £10. Nomination 20/. .
£145 S.T.T.C. PURSE.-1J
miles. Limit 3.33. First £120, second £15, third £10. Nomination 25/.
£190 S.T.T.C. PLATE-1J
miles. Limit 3.30. First
£160,. second £20, third £10. . Nomination 25/. Acceptance
TUESDAY, JUNE 26. Nominations close at 64 Collins St., at 9 o'clock.
ALL NOMINATIONS MUST BE PAID AT TIME OF NOM- INATION.
Owners and Trainers are particularly requested to note that under no circumstances will any nominations be re- ceived by telephone.
Correct colours and train- er's name must be stated when nominating.
The' Stewards reserve . thc right to accept, reject, or re class any entry, and to make any alteration in the pro- gramme deemed necessary.
Freight allowance on 2.36 horses or better.
Secretary. 64 Collins St., Hobart.
WE BUY ALL CLASSES
Also Antique Furniture
SELL TO SHEARMAN
HOBART'S LEADING BUYER.
154 LIVERPOOL ST. PHONE 3131
Surplus or House Lots:
Call Town or Country.
If you «rc not using your camera, td lome other amateur have it - for new equipment is almost unobtainable. Offer that idle camera to Kodak - we pay the highest possible price« (spot cash) for modern equipment. '
41 ELIZABETH ST.. HOBART
Also 93 Brisbane St.. Launceston <