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/ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. .«- . THUS DAY.

.Wool Saici-Messrs. Elder, Smith, & Co.,

Strachan. Cheadle, ¿ Co.. Luxmoore Bios., Lux moore. Chapman. «Co . Luxmoore, Coomba, and

Co.-At the Wool Exchange, at 'l a. ni. The S.A. Farmers* Union.-Wool.

Jí&srí. Barker Brot-Near the Bolivar, at 12

Horses, Cattle, sheep, Hay, Implements, Furni-

ture, te.

Jttsm Johnson i: Co.-At Hyde Park, at 11

Fnmiturc, te.

Sir. L Hains.- U the Mart. Port Adelaide, at 2.30

-Men'» Clothing, Dates. Puno.

Mc-wrs. E. Laughton A Co.-At the John Bull

Yards, at 2-Cattle.

3UV-J? Woodcock & Co -At the Adelaide Horse

and Cama-re Bazaar, at 2-Horses, Vehicles, te. Mr. H. J. Pudney.-At tlic Mart, at 2.30-Furni-

ture, te._ /_

WOOL SKVñ.

ELDER, SMITH. & CO., Ltd.,

.mil offer bv auction, at the- Wool Exchange, Ade- laide, THIS DAY (Thursdaj), September 23, lOH, at 9 o'clock a.ro - ,

10930BALES

* á50BAGS- _

Wool on show at their Port Adelaide Stores on Tuesday. Wednesday, and morning Of sale. 271-3

Strachan, Cheadle, & Co.

«ill offer, at the Wool Exchange, Grenlell-strcet,

THIS DAY' (Thursda>), 20th inst., at 9 o'clock.

B.m.

oo-irr BALES WOOL.

110 BAGS W00L* ' '

Wool oa view at our Port Adelaide Warehouse.

WOOL SALE.

' 'THIS DAY, at 9.a.m.

AT THE WOOL EXCHANGE, GRENFELL

STREET.

.. LUXMOORÉ~BRO&, Ltd.,

' . will offer for sále-

os ST BALES WOOL

' fiO8-"101^ D0

WOOL SALE.

Luxmoore, Chapman, & Co. ,'wiU offer at the Wool Exchange, THIS DAY, at

9 a.m.-' '

KA2 pALES vv00î'* \ 50 BAÖS W00L

O BALES MOHAIR. . J >' Oar next Sale will be held on Monday, October 17»

WOOU

5-"THUS DAY (Thmzday), September 29, at 9 a.sv

r~ J "AT THE WOOL EXCHANGE, GRENFELL- ' U. ,f "* BTBEET. /<

^(uxmoore, R. J. Coombs, & Co.

¿Tt '" tUOTÉD, of Gilbert-place, will offer-i "

'-'Jr'^' OSJßQ BALES WOOL. m, ?, fe ^.< 20OBAGSWOOIfc A~

îi«»V

-'' I Wool now on view al our* Port Stores.

Vi'-*"*-'_' - 1 ' '' 271-SÍ

/-' x **~\ ALTERATION,

4i'¿5r-VJ^^ WOOL.';

^Sjí AT FARMERS* UNION '

'*-*; - J; - *

^4% fill offer THIS DAY (Thursdav), September

Air*'T -.. -, -**>.

"^i;- * . ' ? ' * i

-feí^l O-BALES WOOL. ' , < - .' M ¿D12- . -, -"?,?'

-ti ' JQñQ ßACKS w001-* " V", ' 3 K /

tS^r ',-"J->' *l - - ' ,\;rh^^'

x* "' i ?*. !, - I -* ' <

''.l&talosues Kow Beady, atad Wool on yiew at oui

^*"*T - *" ;/",\ Port Wool Stores. 271-3' ¿ fr *' -'_> ",

**!»'..»?" ; ? . ? .

fi\ , THÏS-pAYr, (Tliursday), September 29, at 12

R/'if"'!'.'.'^ } ;o'clock noon. <. " }, . ." * " ^ -n- CLEARING SALE. tr "^ ? -* -' -

%.£?'*"' ' .' ON THE FARM. , -^ "-V 'DEALCOUKT, SEAR THE BOLIVAR. V.'" - HORSES, CATTLE. SHEEP.

;J.IiVäAY, IMPLEMENTS, FURNTTDRE, 4c., te.

.t>

¿'-JOHN WIN

7*- 'git i vu i J *-f

fl-' » ' 1 it- DRAUGHT , and LIGHT HARNESS

-y-* - lu -/HORSES, broken to aU harness

/.Ϋ" *OQ MILCH COWS, in profit/ y gy^-j. «n^HEAly* YOUNG CATTLE and SPRINGERS }£,J **1 ShárUÍom Bull." 1 HoHtcin .Bull ,

i"V" J Kfk'tTÄ.L-MOOTH EWES, with '¿bout 110 \f ^' FARMING IMPLEMENTS, Viz.:-2 Reapers, 2 . ~~~ v J Binden, Ï Land Bullers, 3 8-furrow Ploughs, [ r ' 2 Double rioughB, 2 Garden Ploughs, 4 Scari v'-. 'fiers, 5 Cultivators, 2 Waggons and Frames, I"- . "> 1 8riring-Troily, 2 Bagshaw Winnowers, 4 "-'" Sets Plim Harrows, 2 8ets Scarifier Harrows, ' ¡j ; * -.1 4-horse Horsewprks and Np. 5 Chaffcutter, '< « ~>\ 2-horse Horseworka and No. 4 Chaffcutter, S -*¡ < 2 Favorite Seed Drills, 3. Side-delivery Mower, * ""*1 * "2 Horn Rakes, 1 Heavy Dray, 1 Snruig-Dray, J¡- X Portable Forge, Vice, and Anvu

i í ' i 2Û0 Gum.Posts, Dairy Utensils, lot of Heavy r "?*' v , Harness, and quantity of Furniture

.r- ? i 'so TONS SHEAVED HAY. 10 TONS LOOSE

?i '-HAY.

-,.*.? ,""> - y

<"'?*' Terms-Approved bills. /- * Luncheon provided.

'TV VEHICLES will leave the JOHN BULL BAZAAR

<" mt IO o'clock1 for the-Sah

JO-MORROW (Friday), September 30, at 12

v o'clock noon

, v JOHN BULL BAZAAR

.I «A HlGH-CLASb HORSES AND "ion

BARKiEJR BROTHERS

Will sell by auction

i For Mr H G Wheeler- *

BRIGHT PILGRIM, Pilgrim's Progress

Bright Eyes

For Mr. B Thomson TiAINBRACE. Mainsail-Warrawee

For "Mr. Allan McEarlanc, Brinkle*.

v 80 WELL-BRED HORSES and PONIES, from

4- to 9 years, by Crevasse, Roman Warrior, -, te, (toy-Carlyon irom 111 Fours).

tot Messrs. T. B. and A P Bowman, Campbell

House

BROWN COLT, 4. y-urs. Duke of Richmond

Trojan Lass

5 8TYLIEHL CARRIAGE HORSES, \cry well

educated, 5, 0, and 7 years old, by old Tim Swivcller, bred in Gippsland

t HANDSOME PONTES, b> Roman Warrior

80 SHAPELY HACKS and LIGHT HARNESS

SORTS, broken ano", unbroken.

For Messrs. Ti & J Dodd

1 Truck SHAPELY ÚGHT HARNESS» HORSES,

thoroughly broken^ including one specially

good sort

The above consignments arc direct from the "Lakes District, and IA Up-top condiOon, and wdl ?worth tbc attention of shippers, racing men, and

o Ui erb.

Tor Point Sturt Estate

3 6HAPELY LIGHT HORSES broken in.

For Mr H Bohnuig, Hergott

2 TRUCKS HORSES, comprising Hcaw and

Ittdinm Draughts, from 4 to 7 years, a picked lot, in splendid condition

on another account

1 Truck HORSES, broken and unbroken.

From Gawler

6 SHAPELY LIGHT HVRNESS HORSES,

broken and unbroken, right ages _ _ FOT the owner

CHESNUT HORSE, b years quiet in single and

double.

From the South

6 HEA\ Y and MEDIUM DRAUGHT HORSES,

all good workers.

From Woodchester 5 HEAVY and MEDIUM HORSES

_ Terms-Approved bills.

GEORGE LAUGHTON,

UFE STOCK AUCTIONEER, %

WOOL, HIDE, ¿EIN, AND TALLOW SALESMAN,

85, CURRDS-SXREET, ADELAIDE.

Establhhpd Over a Quarter of a. Century. BALES OF FAT CATTLE, MONDAYS.

SHEEP. LAMBS. DAIRY, and FAT CATTLE. CALVES. PIGS, POULTRY, te., WEDNESDAY.

SHEEPSKINS. HIDES, KANGAROO, and OTHER SONS, TALLOW, te., MONDAYS. TOSEDAYS, XBUB5DAY6. and SATURDAYS.

->- -^--Iinmcdmto-"C»^> Settlementa.

Auctions.

»i. _._

I THIS DAY" (Thursday), at 11. -

[ ' AT THE RESIDENCE.

1 KING WILLIAM-ROAD, HYDE PARE /

(Two doors south Weslejan Church).

VALUABLE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE,

PICTURES, PLATE, ORNAMENTS,

[ MAGNIFICENT (NEARLY NEW) THURMER

PIANO.

THE WHOLE FOR UNRESERVED SALE.

UNDER INSTRUCTIONS FROM - . MR. E. R. HARRY

(Who is relinquishing Housekeeping).

JOHNSON IT'COMPANY

are instructed to sell, as under- _ HIGHEST-CUSS UPRIGHT GRAND THUR-

MER PIANO, in walnut case; a very fine in- strument, in new condition

Pot Plants and Stands, Verandah Seat and

Chair», Door Mat, Scraper

Hall Stand «Uli mirror back, Pair Folding

Chairs, ^ood qualitv Linoleum and Strip Brussels, Hall Carpet, Hall Lantern (lead light). Pair Handsome Figured Plusbettc Hall Curtains

Drawing-room Carpet Square, Skin Hearth Ruc, Tender and Irons, Walnut Overmantel, choice Ornaments, Rattan Settee and elegant Rattan Chairs, Pair Richly-upholstered Occasional Chairs and Couch to match, Oval Walnut Table, Indian Muslin and Tapestry Curtains, Oil Paintings, Bamboo Whatnot, choice ? Hanging Lamp with Shade, Brass Cornice

Pole

Dining-room Linoleum (19 x 15), Brussels

Bordered Square (13.0), Fender and Hearth- rug, superior Dining Suite'in perfect order, 9 pieces, masiive polished blackwood frames, Extension Table (S x 4) and Tapestry Cover, Pinger Machine in good order, Hanging Lamp, Mirror-back Chiffonniere, Pictures, Plate, Ornaments, Glassware, and Crockery

Elegant Black and Brass Parisian Bedstead,

with very choice hangmes, Mirror-door Huon ' Wardrobe with Duchess Chest and Washstand,

cn suite; almost-new Tapestry Carpet (15 x 13.6), Wire Mattress, good Kapok Bed, Blan / keta. Satin-covered Quilt, Toilet Service, , Chairs, Curtains, &c. I

3 Superior Single Trench Bedsteads, nickel and

'brass mounts, Wires and Kapok Bedding, good Huon Chest 7 drawers, Marble-top Wash stands, Toilet Sets, super 'Linoleum (2

rooms).

Stretcher and Bedding, Washstand and Toilet,

Carpet, Crockery. &c.

Good-quality Mangle (screw top). Kitchen

Safe, Table, Utensils, length good half-inch ; ' Hose. Presen ing Pan, Tubs, Wringer, Fire-

wood, and Sundries. '

Hyde''Park tram passes the door.

MORTGAGEES' SALE N.A. PROPERTY.

On FRIDAY, October?, at 2.30.

* AT.OUR MART, INDUSTRIAL BUILDINGS.

' UNDER INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE

MORTGAGEE.

', All that Valuable BLOCK of LAND, at the cor- ner, of Tynte and Margaret streets, having a front- age to, both streets of 00 ft., on which is erected a< substantially-built Residence and a small Cot- tage.

:The .'Property adjoins the residence of F. A. Joyner, Esq., and is in the best position in Tyntc street ,

Titlc-^R.P.A.; C.T., 236; folio, 123;

¡JOHNSON .~&T COMPANY

will, sell, as above.

- Fullest' particulars Mcsrs. Hackett & Hunt, So- licitors, King William-street; or the Auctioneers.

THIS DAY (Thursdav), September 29, at 2 r

o'clock.

- ;' '' AT THE JOHN BULL YARDS*

Oft PURE JERSEY CATTLE.

K LAUGHTON & CO.

* are instructed to sell by auction, as above- .

.For the Leading Breeders

? ' A Choice Selection of PURE JERSEY COWS

and HEIFERS. . I

' Further entries invited". 271-3

TODAY (Thursdaj), September 29, at 2 o'clock "ADELAIDE HORSE AND CARRIAGE BAZ\AR.

WOODCOCK & CO.

will sell bv auction

tor th» owncH

- Chcsmit PONY, young, quiet, dn\en ty lady

Heavy and Light .Horses and Ponies

To co\er advance»-2 Cabs, also 30 A elude«, 10

Sets Harnes-, for absolute sale

TO-MORROW, at 11 o'clock.

ON THF PREMISES, NO 71, HIN DLEY STREET

Under a Registered Bill of Sale

CONFECTIONER'S STOCK, Shop Fittings,

Oountejr, Confectioner's Show Glasses and Tins, Confectionery, 3 Window Mirrors, Simpson's Icechest, Brasa Scales and Weights, ' 12 A B Chairs, 3 Marble-top Oblong rabies

Floorcloth, Gas Fittings, and Sundries

NO RESERVE

J. H. Weidenhofer & Co.

a**e instructed* to sell bv auction as above, i

On SVTURDVY, October 1 at 2 30 p in.

At the Salisbury Hotel, Salisbury

FREEHOLD PROPERTY IN THE TOWNSHIP Or

SALISBURY .

(known formerly as the property of the late Mr

Dennis Na&h)

PORTION of ALLOTMENT 1, of portion of Section 3042, Hundred of Munno Para, County of Adelaide, laid out as SALISBURY, containing 3 Roods 26 Perches, or thereabouts together with the improvements thereon, comprising SUBSTAN-

TIALLY BUILT STONE DWELLING HOUSE,;

roofed with slate and iron, with large underground Tank, also large Store with Cellar The Garden is planted with 'Orange, Lemon, and other fruit

trees.

Title-Real Property Act

J. H. Weidenhoier & Co.

arc instructed to sell by auction, as above

' SADDLEWORTH MARKET.

On TUESDAY, October 4, at 10.30' a.m.

COLES &THOMAS '

will sell by auction, as under

i x 1,878 SHEEP. 1,876 J

300- FAT WETHERS (in lots) 50 Fat Crossbred Ewes

200 Prime Shropshire Lambs v

120 Sound-mouthed Ewes, with 100 per cent

Lambs i ? . % , , ., 300 Menno Ewes

100 Merino Ewes *' . >

100 Merino Ewes v l , "?- < ' 400 Well-bred Young Wethers (off .shears) '

300 Mixed Sheep \ --f ^ ,.* '-. 5 Well-bred Menno Rams > % . H /- , 1 Stud Merrno Ram. ! -' " --< ! , 00 CATTLE. 00 . X -, .*

50 Fat Steers and Heifers ' '" . °" '" I 40 Mixed Cattle . ?î.""* »-V .

190 PIGS. 190 *- ,t D, \

100 Fat and Store Pigs. ! v

' 40 HORSES.--40 "- j ,~ \

40 Heavy ,and Light Horses, including^ some

useful: farm stamps _ , , \ -*? ~ t

2 Express Buggies, Spring-Dray,' Spring-Cart,

and Sundnea. ( ">' *

Terms-Approved bills.« Further entries invited.

Also, at the same time and place

SECTION No. 399, HUNDRED of SADDLE- WORTH (known as the property of the late C. Ka meuka), House of 4 rooms, sheep-proof ' fenced. Subject to a lease to Mr. F. Huppatz, expiring April, 1Ö05. '

I _

Terms-25 per cent, cash; balance in three

months._273,5-7x275

MUNDOWDNA STATION.

COMPRISING PASTORAL LEASES NOS. 837,   AND 1061, AREA 63S SQUARE MILES,  

TOGETHER WITH ABOUT ,    

10,000 SHEEP

ELDER. SMITH & CO., Ltd,

are instructed by Messrs. Whyte & Co., to offer the above (subject to the consent of the Hon. the Commissioner of Crown Lands) at their Saleroom, Currie-street, Adelaide, on Wednesday, October 5, at 2.30 p.m.

For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers. _2ôS,60.64,6.71,3,7,9x201-75

BURRA MARKET,

and

ANNUAL RAM SALE. *

FRIDAY, October 7.

BAGOT, SHAKES, & LEWIS

LIMITED, ' -

».ill sell by-auction as abo\c, at 12.30 o'clock- '

4,060 FAT AND STORE SHEEP, 1,080

IN THE WOOL.

170 Fat Ewes '

, 100 Fat EWL-S " t .

80 Crossbred Lambs . ?. _ "5'J Ewes and Lamba

HO Fat Wethers . ' ' 100 Fat Wethers . «'. <

SHORN. > '

500 Aged Merino Ewes, 250 Merino Ewes 250 4. 6, and S-tooth Merino Ewes

270 C'rc«brcd Fat Eweä " í , s ?.

250 2-tooth Wethers * * ' "' 750 Wethers, Lambs, fat and forward SOO 4-iooth Fat Wethers SOO Mixed Sheep

3U0 2-tooth Wethers, 250 2-tooth Ewes (from

Mr. A. Low's Yakilo Estate)

254 Merino and Shropshire Rams. 234.

For Mr. E. A. Thomas 0 Pure Merino Rams. 4-tooth.

For Meiers. Blight Bros. 4 Merino Rams, 4-tooth.

For Mr. J. C. Sandland 50 2-tooth Merino Rams 5f 4-tooth Merino Rams

100 6 and 8-tooth Merino Rams.

For. Mr. Hy. Collins 11 1 and (J-tooth Merino Rams.

For Mr. B. Dunstan

20 1 and 2-year Merino Rams, bred from Mur-1

ray Rams.

For another account

, 10 Full-mouth Slnopshire Rams.

160 FAT AND STORE CATTLE. 160.

25 handy-weight Fat Bullocks v

29 good quality Fat Bullocks ¡ 10 good quality Fat Cattle 20 cood Store Cattle

10 Working Bullocks and Tackling

6 good Dairy Cows, to calve early, can be re-

commended. ,

5 Springing Heifers, picked lot 55 Mixed Cattle, mostly voung.

HORSES.

Including 2 good Harness Horses.

Few Pigs, including Young Berkshire Boar.

Terms-Approved bills .£20 or over. Commis

jico s s« .oat, ..... m¿£te¡á ,

Auctions,

THIS DAY (Thursday), at 2.30. ,

REMOVED TO THE Mt,RT FOR CONVENIENCE

OF SALE. - -

(OWNER LEAMNG FOR THE WEST.)

H. J. PÜDNEY

is instructed to sell

HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, consisting nnnci

pally of Parisian Bedstead, Wire Mattress, .Wardrobes, Tables, Chairs, Wire Couch. Oil-

cloth, Crockery, Glassware, and Host of Sun-

dries. -

On another account

Large Iron Safe. 38 in. x 22 in._

THIS DAY (Thursdaj), at 2 30. AT. MART, PORT ADELAIDE.

1 CHEST AND QUANTITY MEN'S CLOTHING.

PRIME DATES, AND 1 PIANO.

LOUIS~HAINS

_will sell, as abo\e._272-3

TO-MORROW (Friday).

AT THE PRODUCE MART, GRENFELL-STREET.

A. W. SANDFORD & COMPY.

wiU sell by auction, commencing at 11 o'clock

BUTTER, EGGS, BACON, CHEESE. HONEY. 12.30-Turkeys, Ducks, Fowls. Geese.

1 p.m.-Carcase Meat, Pork, and Veal.

lion

Persons Wanted.

Under this heading (if prepaid) 14 words, 8i"rpcnce.

A MARRIED Couple. wanted for farm, good

home; owner retiring; competence; refe- rences-wages.-Jas. Oloiand, Edithburgh. 271-3 AT Once.-Generals, 12/, -15/; Light Generals.

Sen-ants' Home, opp. tfamsheds, Unley-rd.

_272-3 - IAN Errand Boy wanted.^ Apply Williams, -¿J- chemist. North Adelaide.

A TRUSTWORTHY Girl as General Servant; re-

ferences; small family.-Mrs. Jackman,

Jjs-ppr-st, Hyde Park. -_\_

NICE Girl for Albany, W.A.; good wages. Apply Mrs. Freshney, Parade, Norwood.

AT Miss Townsend's, Pulteney-st. - Waitress,

Housemaids, country hocéis; Laundress, 20/; Housemaids, 'Parlormaids, Needlewoman.

AT Miss Townsend's, Pulteney-st.-Generals,

N.A., Unley, Glenelg, City; Gilberton, 12/, 10/._ ; A T Mrs. Maley's, Dale-st., Port-Young House -¿i- maids, aiso Generals1 wanted for all parts.

-273-4

AT Mrs. McSweeny's.-Young- Barmaid, -25/,

Broken Hill; Cooks, 20/;'Waitress, 12/; Gene rala. 12/._

AT Mrs. McSweeny's.-Cooks, Helps, Ccwboys,

Gardener, Cook-Liundress; awaiting, several good Servants. <*?_'_l_ A-RIALTO, Victoria-sq. - Cooks, 15/; House-

maids, Generals, City, Mitcham, Glenelg; General, yfest Coast._ AT Mrs. Phillips', Pirie-st. - House - Parlor-

maid, . N.A.;- General; Housemaid, together, Laundry-Housemaids, Laundress._

A

AT Mrs. Phillips', Pme-st - Wanted, Hom>e<

maids, station,' nr town, Cook Laundress, suburbs, Generals_

BOOT Trade.-Three or four good Makers -H G

Russell, W ellington sq , N \

BOY /or Minerva &c, immediate.-J H Sher

ring & Co , printers_

BOOT Trade-Wanted, Michinibts and Fitters,

indoor or out, good wages and constant em ployment also Girls to leam -Adelaide Boot Fac

tory, Unlev ,_ 272 4 BARMAID, experienced, front bar -^1 a m , Wei

hngton Hotel, Curne-st J_272 3

BOOT Trade -First class Machinists, and Xearn

ere -standard Shoe Co , Gawlcr-pl, S 371 3 CCOMPETENT Tuner for penodical work, assist

> town and suburbs -apply, personally, Hugo \\ ertheim, 107, Rundle st_ DRESSMAKING-Wanted, smart apprentice, _must sew neatly -Mrs. Collim, 39, Sturt st.

RES3MAKING -Wanted, smart Improvers-67,

Gouger st_ EXPERIENCED Children's Nurse wanted \p

ply, morning-, Mrs Kuhnel, Brougham ni, North Ade'aide._, » _ ELDERLY W*oman, who understands nursing pre-

ferred, two ni family, state. wages - Couple," this ofiice , .,_ TflOBEWOMAN wanted for Tailoring Apply V -Cj¡ R Stevenson, 89, Waymouth st, Adelaide

_i j. 22713

FOR Town, wanted, Generals, 10/ to 13/, House

maids and Housekeeper (young) -Drum mond's, Gawler pi_|

/ÎJ.EKERAL, small family Apply Mrs Bnght, vJ opp Dover st, Unley^rd_272 3

OOD Coat andj Trousers Hands wanted imme.

daately-Hogan ,& Keightley, 97, Kundle st.

GOOD General Servant, references -Mrs. Claude

Lucas, \nlaby Estate, Kapunda i

/"JOOD General, three in family, good wages, re vJT ferences required -Mrs Hampson, "Rose bank," Glen Osmond._ GOOD strong General, references Apply Mrs

C T Morrea, 54, Molesworth st., M 273 5 GOOD General, housemaid and man kept -Mi»

T. B Reid, Victoria av , (Unley Park 2ric GENERALS, Housemaids, immediately, Helps,

staid Person, country, fare paid.-Reliable, 263, King Wm st_I_

GOOD Maids mav obtain good Situations,. Girls'

Club Domestic Agencjj Sussex-st, Lower North Adelaide Apply between 10 and 1215 a m /"GENERAL Servant, plain cocking, housemaid v"3T kept-Mrs. Dixon, Shakespeare Hotel, Way mouth st, at once _ /"IOOD Cook, "Globe Hotel, Moonta, references.

VT 2 and 5 n m-, Coombe, chemist, Hindmarsh

r f 979 H

G

HUNTS* Labor Offices-Wanted, Married

Couple, husband cook, wife domestic; elderly Hickman, Station Cook._'

AIRDRESSER.-Smart Lad, able to shave.

^Osborn, Flinders-st._ _?_ J'-UNIOR, for insurance office, shorthand and

typewriter preferred. Apply "Insurance,"

this office.

JUNIOR Clerk, must be competent in shorthand

and typewriting; salary and references to Box 123, G.F\0._271-3

JUNIOR, about 17, for invoicing, some previous

experience nectssary.-Box 97, G.P.O.r 271-3 LITHO., transferer or machinist, wanted; must

1 be first-class man. Apply letter .only, Hal

liday Bros_; .. z27S-4

?T ADYHELP, all duties except washing, for geti U tleman's family. Apply North Adelaide

House Agency.

MACHINIST and Finisher wanted.-Habib1 Brus.,

S7, Waymouth-st,_273-4

SE General Blacksmith and one Improver used

to -toebing and shoeing. Apply at once, Anders fc Sons, Freeling. ,_271'3

PROSPECTORS -Miners should apply to Private

Gentleman ha*, ins; influence, not Connected Uv-.th any exchange -Box 266. G.P>0. SMawe « PLUMBER-Wanted, Competent Hand for oc-

casional jobs Send address, "Plumber,"

this office.

STONECUTTER, for Bluestone.-Next Walker-

ville Church, east side, 7 35. _ CHHOEING and General Smith wanted to occupy .O forge m staolcs. Apply 105, Morphett^;.,

forge m staolcs.

City. _

AIXORING,-Frock, Dress Coat Men7 Trousers

and Vest Hands.-Chas. Walter & Sons, late McDonald & Walter._**2ô2owe78

TATXORESSES.-Coat Hands and Improvers, also

^Trouser Machinists.-Pascoc & Heynen, 40, Waymoatb st. 2BS''i

ITVA1LORING.-Coat Hands wanted.-Charles JL Birks '& Co , 46, Rundle-st._272 4

¡irpAILORESSES.-Coats, VesU, and Trousers ¡ '.-L Hands, also Machinists, permanent.-Kurtz and Harper, ,Tames-pl._273-5

m.VILORI?W-Wanted, good Coat men, also J- trousers and v£st bando -G. McDonald and Co.. King William st._273 5

TRIBUTORS wanted work northern copper mine,

, 30 miles east Leigh's Creek; working plant found. Apply 0. R. Guenn, Selborne Chambers,

Pine st_ 273,5

frVWO Compositors wonted Apply Truth Office

VTTTANTED, either good Cook or competent House Vf andîParlormaid; personal references. Apply mornings, evenings, Mrs. Dunbar, Fitzroy-tcr.

. ' Z271-3

WTAKTED, good, all-round Carpenter, improver. ? TV Apply C. Schacfer, Freeling._271-3

WAN1ED, a Night Nurse. Apply, to Box 61,

G.P.O. " * 271<

WASTED, respectable strong boy or youth, must

be good milker,.-"Early Riser," 'this office.

__J_*_Z272-3

WOOL-CLASSER wanted, for small station in

south. Applv ' to Luxmoore Bros., Ltd., Currie-st._~_272-4

WANTED, good Bread and Smalls Baker, single;

state salary, age, referenc<.-s required.-Mait- land Bakery._272-3

WANTED at once, first-class Skirt Hand. Apply

Misa Munro. Jas. Marshall & Co. 272-Í

WANTED, competent Skirt Hand, at once. Ap-

ply at once, Mifs Piercy, Unley-rd._272-4 WANTED, young Girl to assist in housework;

sleep home preferred. Apply Mrs. Russell,

Cómmercial-rd.. Unley Park._z273

WANTED, care Child, from 2 years, good

home. Apply "Moderate," Hindmarsh P.O.

z273-l

TJCTANTED, young Girl as general help, for coun >T try.-203, Rundle-st. E.^_

WORKING Housekeeper, for country; bread,

butter, all duties; three-in 'family.-24, Mann-ter._;_273-1

VXrANTED, a good Wheelwright.-S. M. Pudney,

VV farrier, Hutt-st._Vjj_

WANTED, a thoroughly competent General

Srrvant for St. Peter's rectory. Glenelg, two in family. Apply, by lett«, venclosing references, to Mrs. Lumsdon. Gawler._ TX/ANTED immediately, General, cook, wash, » V "iron; no shirts; housemaid kept; references necessary.-St. Helicrg, Buxton-fit., N.A. 273-5 WANTED, good General; references. - Mrs.

' Valentine, Wcllington-sq., North Adelaide. _273-5

WANTED, Coach-trimmer at once, for-countrv.

-J. Colton & Co.

<'

sington._ WANTED, at once, .Vest Hands.-Wilson, Brice, ^ __aad Co4 ;.

WANTED, strong Girl, general housework. Ap-

ply "Montrose," Eastry-st.. Upper Ken

Persons Wanted.

TT7ANTED, Country Girl, about 15 years, light _YV duties; small wages.-"Good Home," thi3 ôfhcc._ v_ TXTANTED, an experienced General, other help ;V > kept. Apply 5 to 7 Thursday, 37, North-ter. E. .Y7Ï7ANTED, strong Girl, about 19," for small W. family.-Mrs. Wallis, Glyde-st., Kensington. WANTED, at once. General Servant, plain cook-

ing.-Mi«. Dixon, Shakespeare Hotel, Way mouth-st., City. "_;_>

YX7ANTED, useful little Girl. Apply, after 10, VV 214,' Grenfell-st. E._-_;__. WANTED, for East Adelaide, experienced Gene-

ral; small family. Apply "Rurua," Avenu» rd., N.A._ VTETANaTD, Presser for order work, at once.-L. " Loffman, 336, Pirie-st._ WANTED, at once, General, able to cook. Ap

piy Hyde Park Hotel, Hyde Park. 2.3-4 YJtTANTED, voung Woman as General, assist in V> shop. Apply Beiryman, Austral Stores, Hindlcy-su_ . _ YOUNG General, good home, small family, used

children.-78, King Wm.-st, Kent Town..

273-0

-¡ A /-GENERAL, hotel, country; Generals, X"±/ House-Parlormaids; bighest wages. Ap- ply North Adelaide House "Agency.

Situations Wanteä.

Under this heading (if prepaid) 14 words. Sixpence A STRONG young fellow wants job on farm,

. Used to horses and driving; low wages, for

start.-"George," this office._273-5

AS Ladyhelp, capable, domesticated, goo<3

needlewoman, musical, Protestant; recom- mended.-"Mcrcia," G.P.O. ' .^

BY respectable elderly Woman as. General, coun-

try, city; office cleaning.-"M.B.," this of- fice^_\j_

BY Tidy young Housekeeper, with child 3 years,

town or country.-"Moderately," this office. BY strong lad, 17, Blacksmith and Wheelwright,

if country, board and lodging preferred.

Apply "Anxious," Glenelg P.O._z272-4

BY Good Shoeing and Jobbing Smith, also all

farm work. Apply "Bob," this office.

_?> ' Z272-4

BY refined, domesticated lady, position as com-

panion and help.-"M.," St. Peters Post office. _272-4

BY Youth, to learn fanning with practical far-

mer, S.E. preferred. Hcply "Willing," P.O., Port Adelaide._272-3,5

CARPENTER and Joiner, good mechanic, sober,

steady, wants job, town or country. "Square," this office._272-4

DENTIST open for ^engagement, .crown and

bridge, gold fillings, plate, &c.-"Cusp," this office._j_273-4

EXPERIENCED Enginedriver, thoroughly accus-

tomed to all kinds of boilers 'and engines; no objection to make himself generally useful; highest references.-"A.M.." this office. '236c

FARMER requires work for one Reaping Machine

and two Sons, age 16 and l8, who can steer reapers, coming harvest -"F A ," Blackrock 272 4 "DLSPECTABLE voung Lady wishes to leam the -£.*> bar, fortnight's services given-"Vera," this office_¡_273 4

WASHING, Ironing, Cleaning, at home or daily,

b*, respectable woman -"M D ," this office WANTED, Position Housekeeper, good refei

encu, as to ability and respectabhty, middle aged,-"Svlvia," this office_ WANTED, Farm or Garden Woik, used milk

ing and driving, good references -"Bert," this office_i_ YOUTH, four years wholesale grocery, wants

situation retail store, town, countrj.-"Re

ference," this office_'

-jK/-ROOMS papired, ceilings whitened, wood 1x3/ work painted, large choice papers --"Good Work," this office_ 6D ROLL, Wallpaper hung, 2/0, Ceiling--,

whitened,^repairing-"Tradesman," Box- .9, G P 0. 273 7

Board ana Residence,

Under dus beading (ii prepaid) 14 words, Sixpence.

AT Maison Doree, Flinders st, opp f Stow

Church.-Vacancies for Married Couples, bugle Furnished ,600111, 1 moderate. Bed, 1/ (bath). All Meals Gd Open Sundays. Fine bal conj view, facing Post Office 267-80

A

T al, Wakefield St.-Rooms to Let, also Beds

> >* 272 J

A QUIET, comfortable Home, e\ery convenience,

suit gentleman, near city -30, Rundle st., Kent Town_¡-_ A COMFORTABLE Single Bedroom ito Let, ¿/¿,

suit respectable working man -104, Wake

field st

A

T 87, Flinders-bt-Comfortable Single Furni*-hJ

ed Bedroom, also Single Beds, terms moderate *' A ILSV* Young st,, Kent Town-Good Unfur

.**? iushed Rooms vacant, suitable business pccple.'-Mrs Griffiths_'_

A LARGE Room to Le.t, furnished or unfurmsh

ed, fireplace j cheap -147, Grote st '_

BOARD and Residence, Rooms, furnished,, un

furnished, suit friends, visitors -13, * iPul teney-st N_*?*"_ ClOMtORTABLB Board and Residence, balcony,

v view, overlooking park lands -'Taronga,' South ter ' ! 1_"_z27l-4

OMTORTABLE Board and Residence -Mrs E

Alexander, late Oakfield Hotel, corner Hutt,

Hinders bis_ 273,5

COMFORTABLE Board, private home offerei

gentleman, conveniences, moderate -195, Camngtoast, nr, Hutt-st *J_273 1

CtOMFORTABLE Board and Residence at Madam

' Harpur's, Fullarton rd, Parkside, two doors past tramsheds » '_ FURNISHED room, use kitchen, 2,6, suit lady'

. -33, Gilles st, near King W m. st

FRONT Room, furnished, suit married couple,

friends, bath,'kitchen-34, Wright st

LADY, refined, no boarders, children, offers Gen

tie'man, private Home - Genuine," care King's! Head Hotel 273 ?

MRS. RICHARDS (sister to late Mrs. Smeaton)

begs to notify that she has a few Vacancies at'her late sister's residence. Linlithgow,z New rrtan-st., Semaphore._272-3,5

"¡VfRSL M. KLAEBE, duly qualified midwife, 90, -"J- Angas-st., ' has the cheapest and most com- fortable accommodation for ladies during accouche- ra eh t; hadilong practice; outdoor cases attended.

~ ! " 1_' 271,3,5

?VfORTH ADELAIDE, corner Paimer-pl. and Ker ?iN tnode-st.-Vacancy, Gentleman.'- " 272-4 "TTACANCY for Gentlemen Boarders.-Wields V^ combe Hdiüc, Dcquetteville-ter., Kent Town. _¡_'. ; » ' z271-¿ ,

VACANCY for Gentlemen Boarders, - Widde-

combe House," Dequetteville-tér;', Kent Town.

_ » Z271-S

VTTHEN visiting town you can bo accommodated

VV qt the Tavistock Hotel, Rundle-st. Beds, 1[; Meals, 1,'; £J. pet week.-Chas. A. Marten, caterer.

_. " ' > 273,5,8

p-C) MeLARERN,-ST.-Two ' unfurnished rooms Ow, TO Let, use kitchen, suit married couple.

9

273-i

JJ FLINDERS-ST.-Comfortable Home, hot and

. cold baths; terms moderate._ 5 WRIGHT-ST.-Furnished Bed-Sitting-room,

married toupie, friends, use kitchen; clea-i, cheap.__/_p_t_* K,/-LARGE Furnished Room, coolong utensils,

*Jf fireplace, marned couple. Apply 216, Grote Etreet. * > ,

J

. \ - I

Lost ana Found.

Under thin neading (if prepaid) 14 words, Sixpence' AT, Botanic Gardens, yesterday, Purse, contain-

ing Return Ticket Freeling, &c.; reward. Priest & Langaford._'__,_'

FOLLOWED me. Sable Collie;-have same paying

expenses.-Clarence Villa, Kintore-st., Mile

End. *_'

.T OST, , Gold Bangle Bracelet, stamped 9 ct" J-4 every link; reward.-Windsor Castle Hotel, city._-\ _Z271-3

LOST, j¿5 Gold Piece; £3 reward.-"Coin,"

this office. >_272-4

LOST, Black? and Gold Pin Brooch, chain at-

tached; reward--3_Rc_alExchange!1^ö7TJ

LOST, Gold Brooch; M.A.P.; reward-Henzell

Bros.' Store, Harrow-rd., East Adelaide.

LOST, Silver and Gold Brooch, Friday, Hyde

Park and Adelaide -railway-station; reward.

"Keepsake," this office._

LOST, Salile Collie Pup, last Sunday; finder re-

warded.-Mrs- Sampson," Nelson-st., Stepney. ._273-1

<T OST, Willunga Hill, September 12, Grey J-* Chesterfield Overcoat. Return Willunga Police Station._-_ LOST, Gold Chain, keepsake, Hahndorf or Mount

Barker, Saturday; reward.-^Central Bazaar, Bentham-st._|_ _

LOST, Saturday, Malvern or Parkside, Necklace,'

pearls and brilliants.-Mrs. Richardson, 6,

Austral-tor., Malvern._

LOST, Gold Brooch, initial, on Mflitary-rd., Mon-

day evening; reward.-Lion Timber Mills, Port. . ,_ .T OST. GoIdlBell Brooch,^between Hindmarsh and J-* Bowden Hill; reward.-3. Kenrick, Hindmarsh. T OST, City, small Diamond Bird Brooch; good J-Í reward.-Thomas Hardy & Sons, Currie-.n.

_273-5

LOST, between Knightsbndge and Norton'3 Sum-

mit, Waterproof Cape (Miller Anderson's); reward information.--Austin, Knightsbridge._

LOST, young dark Scotch Toner, long tail.-Si,

King Wilham-st., Kent Town. Reward.

LOST, Ciiy, Railway Ticket, number known,

Kadina; reward.-Mrs. McSweeny's Employers' Agency, Freeman-st._' _ STRAYED into my paddock, two Black-and

white calves, one with yoke; owner have same, pay expenses.-W. S. Harle3% Craigburn, Black-

wood.

Wanted te Buy.

Under this heading (it prepaid), l8 words, 004

insertion. 1/; three insertion». 2/6._ ALL Tickets, highest price given. Broken Hill,

Sydney, Melbourne, Fremantle; rail or boat. -Hittmann's Labor Offices. Pulteney-st. 250-77

ALL Tickets, please.-Best pnces, Broken Hill,

Melbourne, Sydney, Fremantle, Albany. Lawton's Labor Office, Leigh-st._263-75

bECONDHAND Cedar Office Table, about S or

9 x 4.-Box 263 G.P.O., City._271-3

BEST Prices paid for Pianos of Furniture.

House bomrht right out for prompt cash.

Peter Small, Pultency-st._17Cowec

TTUREPROOF Safe, good makers; Iowtst cash X? J price, inside measurement, and general par

tjcujaiL-j'Boinbala,''- Jjjtûs office. 272-4

Wanted to Buy. i

TyS7ANTED, 35 gallons Milk, daily, two deliveries, V\ . price, &c., at shed or delhered.-"West,'*

w

ANTED to Buy, Small Copying Letterpress;

state price.-"Letterpress,", this office.

WANTED to Buy, Old Horseshoes; top price,

25/ ton.-Sym Choo, greengrocer, Arthur Unley.

w

ANTED, secondhand Dining-room Suite; state

pr^, must be cheap.-"A.E.M.," this office.

Wanted to SelL

Under thia heading (if prepaid), l8 words, one

insertion, 1/ ; three .insertions. 2/6.

ALL Tickets, Melbourne, Sydney,'Broken Hill,

Fremantle, sale; sell cheap.-Lawton's Labor

Office, Leigh-st._263-75

ALL Tickets, very cheap; for Melbourne, Syd

nev. Fremantle, Broken Hill (rail or boat). Hittroan'n's Labor Offices, Pulteney-st. 250-77

ADELAIDE Pawnbrokmg Company, 76, Pirie

street, established 18S5, Henry Jones, Manager.-Illustrated Family Bibles, 12/6; Masonic Aprons. 30/6._244-02

AWLVBMILL (Metters), Tanks, Pump, and

Piping For Sale.-Sowter, near Hainstead

Hotel, North Walkerville._-271,3,5 .

A NDREW'S Camera- Depot, Arcade.-Brownie ?"- Hand Cameras, 6/; Sportsman, 8/6; Express, 32/6; Folding Express, 17/6; instruction ¿gratis.

_26S,71,3

A ~1 MEAT.-Down Again. Lamb, 4/ side; Mut ?"-J- ton, Veal, Pork, Beef, great varier}".-W. Bansemei, Wright-st., City. _rZ*£_ ALL Kinds of Printing, Rubber Stamps, Sta-

tionery, Purses; lowest prices. - Crescent Printery, 149a, Rundle-st, nr. Fitch's. 243eow87 A PORTABLE Steam Engine, 5-N.H.P., Marshall -£*- and Sons; splendid order.-Lawton & Sons, North-ter. 273,5,S

ALL Colds, Chilblains, Cracked Hands, Burns',

and Sores vanish like magic on application of Hoatten's Bee Ointment. Once used always used. Try it; 1/. Chemists and Storekeepers.

210owe278

BUTCHERS, Hotelkeepers.-Glanfield's patent

Ice Chests; 1,300 working; easy terms.

Showrooms, c^o Globe Timber Mills._272-4

BOOT Trunks, empty Cases, Platform Scales,

Glass Case, Office Desk.-C. J. Young Shoe

Co., 57, Rundie-st._*_273,5,8 -

BOOT Uppers, Polishes, Rubber .Heels, Boot

Laces, all descriptions leathers; lowest'prices. -F. Fisher & Sons, Leigh-st._273,5,8

HEAPEST House for Saddlery.-H. Caire, 53,

Hindley-,st., Adelaide. Send for pnnte.l price-list. Collars a, speciality. 249-3S8x254-33á CLOCKS cleaned from 2/; "Watches, from 2/6;

satisfaction guaranteed.-A. E. Doley, 17,

Flinders-st.._ 272-3,5 i~MIAFF, best north, dry cut; Bran, Pollard, V> Flour, Wheat, Barley .Oats, Maize, Peas, Potatoes, Onions, Hay, Straw, Lucera Seed, Rye, Copra Cake; specially low rates.-City Produce Co.. Morphett-st." 250-S6

CREAM Emulsion Cures Chest Complaints, pre-

venting Consumption. Repeated proofs; 2/; delivered free.-Standard Drug Co., Adelaide

A WISE Mother writes:-"I would not be with-

out Standard Teething Powders; they saved my baby." One Shilling._326weo:322

CENTRIFUGAL Pumps, several cheap-, second

lund Oil Engines, and- Steam Pumps.-C.~ A. Smith & Co.. Wakefield-st. ,. ' 273,5,8

ORNISH BOILER, length l8 ft, dmm. 5 ft. 5

in., flue 2 ftL 8 in. diam., fitted with 3 Gallo. way tubes; fitted with all necessary mountings and super heater 3 ft. 6 in'., long by 24 in. diam., and about 50 ft. of copper coil .In good working order. HORIZONTAL STEAM ENGINE, by Messrs.

Robey it Co., England; cylinder double jacket- ed, 12J in. 'diam,, by 24 in. stroke; main frame m one easting, 'hollow type; "flywheel in halves, 9 ft. diam.: dickering governor and *eed pump; guaranteed in first-class working order. The bed plate is of freestone, With holding-down bolt hole3 to suit the main franie. Apply .Union Engineer ing Co., North-terracel,, '*r '' ' 138c

ELECTRO-Plating in jail its branches. Old

. Goods made equal ter new.-A. W. 'Dobbie and Co.,' Gawler-pl., Adelaide.

ORGANS and PIANOS, by the best makers,

quality and tone 'guaranteed; ^prices low.-. A. W. Dobbie,& Co., Gawler-pL

EWING Machines; Perambulators, Mangles

Bicycles, &c, best value obtainable.-A. W. Dobbie fc Co.. Gawler-nl.," Au. 321eowcx232c FOR Sale, Set of Silver-mounted Pony Harness,

in good order; £2 IO/. Apply Berry, Magill rd., Maylands.___Q 272-4

FOR Health.-Drink Signal Fig-.Coffee.-Griffiths

J Bros., 49. Rundle-st.

DON'T Fail to Try'TIG COFFEE," 1 lb. Ob-

tainable ,at GRIFFITHS BROS., Rundle-st "ÖIGNAL" FIG COFFEE,'a splendid health-giv

"O1 mg preparation of "Figs and Pure Coffee," tan be procured at GRIFFITHS BROS., 49, Rundle street. i . 191:188 «

FIREWORKS, Fireworks.-Just arrived; large

, and novel assortment'of Chinese, English Fire- works; town and country orders "supplied.-Way Lee &-Co"., 255, Bundlé-st E" opp. English ¡aid Scottish Bank. , **-._M - v 267-310,

FOR Sale.'ketch Seabird;' carry 23 tons. Apply

"Seabird," Port Adelaide._264eow75

"TILINTEÓTE," Roofing Felt, 36-in. wide, 36-ft. A? rolls, 16/;! Cold-water Paint, 1/6 per packet, -Flint's Hindley-st. -_eow*

ORWABDJ *? GAS - OR OIL ENGINES.

{ To all who. are thinking of purchasing an Oil or Gar, Engine;'we ask-da your own interests-that you see or send for particulars of the above. Special features are ECONOMY IN USE OF FUEL, HIGH FINISH, LOWvPRICE. - . > -'

A. W. DOBBIE & CO., Sole Agents, Adelaide. _'_247weo75

EOS Sale, a quantity of Iron Lasts, men's, , J women's, and l .youths', cheap.-246, King William-st. ? ->_' ,_

OR-Saio, 6-h.p. Brush Electric Motor, Starting

. Switch, Switches, and about 280 ft. Cable, in good working order; 1 Pair Horse Spring V.inr suitable for hawker.-J. Colton & Co., Limited,

I Currie-st.___"_ 271,3,5

Ft U R"N I T.U.R E

i SALE. SALE. SALE. ,

, FURNITURE, BEDSTEADS. AND BEDDING.

. If you have th,e money ' and want t Household Goods now is your chance to get bargains. For one month "I intend to'refuse no 'reasonable cash offer. ' I hold the largest and best Stock of ne* and 'Seóondhand Furniturei in the State. Inspec- tion of the following goods invited:-5 handsome well-made Huon Pine Wardrobes, 6 very fine Huon Pine Duchess Pairs,' 4 beautifully marked large Huon Pine Chests of Drawers, 3 solid Cedar Chests, splendid 5-ft. Blackwood Wardrobe with 2 bevelled mirror doors, massive 17tft.< Sideboard) mirror back, 3 'drawers, cupborads; and well-fitted; good G-ft Bookcase; 12-ft. Extension Table, patent screw, and extra leg; 4-tt. 6 Cedar Bookcase, Walnut-frame 9-piece Dimng-ro'om 'Suite, in leather, £14, verv cheap; 3 Carpets, in first-class order; Duchess Pairs, Wasbstand, marble topi Table, large Swing Mirror, 2-jewel Drawers, the pair 85/; Chests of 8 Drawers, full columns, £3 7/6; 5-drávrer Chests, 30/; 3 drawer Chests, 17/6; Duchess Chests, with large swing mirror, 27/6; new, full-size Double Wire-wove Spring Mattresses, ld/6; new, Double Wire-wove Bedstead Stretchers, 8/6; 20 Stuffed, Spring-seated Couches, 25/, 30/ each; 7 fine Cedar-framed Spring seated Couches, in leather, 33/, 40/, bargains; 35 Spring-seated Ladies* Chairs, 15/, the cheapest chairs in the State; SO strong Single Bedsteads, 6/0; 100 odd Chairs, new; well-made Dressers, 30/; new . Double Sales, 17/6; Single Safes, 10/6; Cedar^Wash stands and Tables, 7/6 each; Kitchen, Dining, and I Office Tables; 2 Ladies' Sidesaddles, 50/ each, ,n

first-class condition, yorth-90/ each; very massive half-round Cedar Shop Table, cost £10, price 50/, in good order; all Brass Persian Bedstead, full size, extended footrail,..as good as new, cost £17, price £8 10/; all Brass-end French Bedstead, full sue, extended- footrail, £6; 6 new, full-size, Horsehair Mattresses, best linen tick, and new (hair,'worth 90/, price 55/ each. All good delivered, packed,

put at ship side, or the Adelaide station free i-f ?

charge.

CHARLES SEGAR, | General Dealer, 348, Rundle-st, nearly opposite j Fitch's Corner. Note-No time-payment business done. ; 233weo:49

HARRISON'S Stocking Knitting Machine.., in

« splendid order, with stand, complete; cheap. trial.-H. Lincoln, John-st., "Hindmarsh. 273-5 ICE Chests, Clanfield patent; all leading hotels,

cafes use thom.-C/o Globe Mills Adelaide.

Will last lifetime._ 272-4

ryou want to save monev have your Pictures

Framed at tlie Opposition Framing Shop, where you can get a large assortment of the best mouldings and plenty of ready-made Bromide Frames at the lowest prices.-128, Rundle-street, opp. McRostie's. i_'__' 20S,71,3

MANTELPIECES (Marble and Enamelled Wood).

Grates, Tiles, ¿c, lowest price for cash only. -Lawson, manufacturer. 65. Waymouth-st 230-89 OH, Engines, new, li H.P., £30; 2& H.P., £45;

5 H.P., £85; cash or terms.-James Hill and Sons, 63, Grenfell-st._330owec

PICTUREFRAMING, cheap and artistic, novel

designs.-Blackwell's, 7, GrenfflU-st., between

Register and'King Wm.-st._268,71,3

P& B. PAINTS, for tanks, roofs, boilers, chim

. ney stacks; booklet free.-Norman, Blink- st._I_270aoc

PIANO, £37, cash, worth £75, owner going

'away; trichord, overstrung, upright grand iron frame, brilliant tone, walnut, latest improve- ments: bought new this year; sound condition. "Rainbow," this office. 272-4

PIANOS and Organs.-Miller Organs arrived;

come and see, handsome mirror tops £13, £15; plain, £10; Pianos, £75; Hapsburg, £2S; Leipzig and Stuttgart models, £30 and £32, cash only; pianos and organs, learners, £3 10/ to £17; 0/ to 10/ monthly; liandsomes.t new extend- ed iron frames. £2 deposit, £1 monthly. Sew- ing Machines, best liand and treadle combined, 7 drawers, ext. table, swift, silent, £6 10/ to £3 10/; easiest terms.-ACADEMY* of MUSIC, Ken »ington-terraee, Clayton Church. " 9weoc

PIANO PLAYER, "Maestro," complete, with

music, a bargain, £15; with this anyone, without knowledge of music, can play the piano. Inspect at NEW YORK '.IMPORT CO.'S, Beehive Buildings, King William-street. 266c

y IDE-Delivery Reapers, cut clean and close; sa\e Ö crops free from dirt.-Norman,,Bank-st.

_-_270aoc

S COOMBE, Brick Manufacturer, Drayton-it,

. Bowden.-Large Stock of Bricks always kept on hand. Telephone 640._105c

SAUNDERS'S GUARDS Hair Dye, cheapest and

best, of all Chemists and Perfumers.

__»_23iow:275

ADDLERY.-Very best value in Adelaide; all

guaranteed; send for prices.-Try me, E. Oaten, 93. Hindley-st_212weo303

rPAlLOR-MADE Suits. 25/: Trousers, 6/6; Com -L piete Outfit, 50/; bargain.-Workman's Cloth- ing Combine, 107, Hindlcy-st, next City Pawn «hop._;_219.26,31o94

CKETS for Mounc Gambier on Sale,'cheap.

.-"Ticket,'" {his officai -

T

Wanted to Sel!.

rPHE VER\ THING I MAS WAITING FOR,

X Healv's NFW SEASON'S SHOES and BOOTS,

the pick of Europe. Amenca, and Australia

HEALY'S 3, Rundle-street. HEALY'S, 12, Brown street,

s i Telephone 1305 265c

Y

7"0ST tvpewnter, in good order.-"Yost," this

office

-Í* "1 A-GOOD Secondhand Piano, for learners. ÄJLV At Runnel's, 134, Rundie-street.

ORGAN, m good order, with top, stops, 2 knee

swells, cheap - Vt Kuhnel's

STERLING Organ, first-class order, with mirror

top, £20 - Kuhnel's, 134 Rundle-st.

f? "I f\-PIANO, bv Collard & Collard, good tone^ c&J-V/ -On MOW at Kuhnel's, Rundle st

TfURST Class Hollmg & Spangenberg Piano for JO Sale -At Kuhnel's. 134, Rundle «t

PIANO, by Gors & Kallmann, cheap, guarantee;

worth inspection -Kuhnel's, 134, Rundle st

_ttxxT

.r / THE LOT, AT 2Sfi AND 288, RUNDLE-ST.

6 lb. best Wmte Sugar, at IJd. lb. 0 0

Bar No. 1 Soari . 0 0 1 lb. finest Lord.i .... 0 Ö '5 2-lb. tin Extracted Honey .."" .. .. .. '.. 0 0"*e

1 lb Bacon or Cheese..006

1 lb. Dairy Butter. 0 0 7 3 lb. Stewing Plums. 0 0 6 1 lb. our 2/ blend Tea for. 0 13

HENDERSON BROTHERS. £0501

149weoc

S** DO/EN RC\L PANAMAS

to be Sold quicklj,

18/6 eacli

CALL AND INSPECT.

LEADERS,

SOweoEocl 8, RUNDLE STREET.

ACETYLENE

GAS.

A much superior light and cheaper than kero sine by using an

ECLIPSE GENERATOR

AND PURIFIER PAT No 5,49o

i

Sole Maker- ^ 1 l

PLUMBER, &c,'

Pine-street, Adelaide 3 doors east Pulteney stree1

Ttl 1,164 Plant on Hirc for Continentals Carbide m stock_126oc*a29QAl

BLINDS AND SHUTTERS.

Venetian Blinds, with all the latest improie mentí, and beautiful colors, Old Blinds Repainted and Repaired at the shortest notire

E. F. HOOPER,

Adelaide Windon Blind and Shutter Faetón, Pulteney «treet «econd «hop from Exhibition

Established 1876 208eow 206,,

' DO* NOT BE MISLED.

All Experts agree that ORB CORRUGATED IRON is in every respect UNRIVALLED. Beware of imi-

tations. * '

There is only one quality of Orb Corrugated Iron-the Best. Good honesc value. No "-decep-

tion ! .

Orb Galvanized Corrugated Iron univsrsally admitted to be superior to all others. ' Obtain- able Ironmongers, ' Storekeepers, Timber Mer chants everywhere. ~_ 205weo:201

FIREWORKS.

FIREWORKS. *

JUST ARRIVED, LARGE AND NOVEL ASSORT- MENT OF CHINESE, ENGLISH FIREWORKS.

Town and Country Orders Supplied. v

WAY LEE & CO., ,l ,

255, Rnndle-street east,

opposite English and Scottish Bank. 267-81

J. THOMAS, 13 and 15. BROWN-STREET', CITY.

Per* ton. -A-ton, Cut Mallee or Roots.. .. '..18/ 9/3 Sheoak and Peppermint.17/ 8/9 Gum .(Mixed) .. ..<.'. ..14/ -" 7/3, Gas Coke.,. .. 24/ 12/6"

Two Shillings pe; ton less by' taking delivery at the yard. 'Cash tá driver on delivery. Telephone No. 1Í163. No extra charge, for suburbs. Weighed on licensed weighbridge._*_184-5sowc

3F3E2-£r3ES'1©5rO O IO

BEST DRY .MALLEE, MIXED WOOD, COAL, and COKE supplied on shortest notice, at lowest

current pnces

Delivered in City and ALL- SuÖurbs

FARMERS' WOOD COMPANY,

MORPHETT STREET,

near Hundley street

Telephone No 1,0S5 215edw 210

FIREWOOD.

A J HEWISH 190, WEIGHT STREET

Per Ton ' J- Ton Cut Mallee or Roots . 18/ 9/3 Dry Peppermint. 16/ 8/3 Best Mixed Wood 14/ 7/3

4.11 Wood from half ton upwards, weighed on licensed wcighbndge These prices" are cash to" dnver on deliveiy ^No extra charge for suburbs Telephone S89_156eow 152

Hornsby-âkroyd Stationary and Portable Oil Engines,

awarded First Prize of £1,000 and a bonus of £1S0 I for exceeding bv 45 pur cent the -conditions of the Greit Trial conducted by the Bnti=h Government

in 1903 »

First Prize, eiery trial in which it competed , *o -award was made for oil engines .at the Royal

Show, 1904 -Australasian Implement Co , North terrace, Adelaide_149weoc

ÖPEAR d5 J A.C K S O N'S

10 Best',ENGLISH CAST STEEL SCYTHES, 21

tp 42 in. long.

REAP HOOKS, Nos. 1 to 6. .

1 SCYTHE HANDLES, AMERICAN.

SCYTHE STONES, Round and Flat. ,

SEASON'S. STOCK to hand, ex "Melville Maud."

R. A. MATTERS,

Importer,

' SHEFFIELD HOUSE, 72, RUNDLE-ST. 243oc Phone, 1,174] REMOVAL. [Phone, 1,174.

^ J. L. LOB

has removed his Showroom to his Factory, at the back of his forae^premises." Entrance from Twin street, second door to tEe right from Rnndle

NOTE.-Not having to pay the'.HEAVY, RUNDLE-STREET RENT, nor "sending out any travellers, it pays me to offer the "Davis" and "Victoria"' 'SEWING MACHINES and our OWN MADE BICYCLES at UNPRECEDENTED PRICES, yet under my full guarantee .. I

Electroplating in all its branches. Antique Bronzing a speciality. < Brass Casting and Finish- ing. Bicycle-building and Repairing. Scale and Weighbridge Repairing Sewing Machine and gene- ral repair work as before.

Thanking my many Customers for their past liberal support, I ask their kind favors m future. Hstimates given. Write and he will call on you and guarantee j ou perfect satisfaction. Starr Bowkett Bicycle or Sewing Machine Club now in full swing. Draw shortly. 261wco:257

P.O. Box, 2_

British Supplies, Ltd.

DRAPERS, TAILORS, AND COMPLETE HOUSE

FURNISHERS. CASH OR TERMS.

14, CURRHS-STREET, AND COMMERCIAL CHAM

BERS, GILBERT-PLACE, ADELAIDE.

Branch Establishment-Murray-street, Gawler.

F. L, CHERRINGTON, \ Director], 184-2T* A CRAWFORD, f «IT««*"

T SEASONS WEY

YOU SHOULD BUY A

CORNISH PIANO OR ORGAN.

1. They are the best; took London Gold Medal

against the world.

2. They are 33 per cent cheaper; sold factory to

family direct (middlemen's profita handed purchasers).

3. They last longer; 25 years- bond guarantee given 4. AH Pianos have four pedals, which include the

Harp and Practice Clavier; our patent.

5. AU Organs h.i\e our patent Orchestral action.

6. Are made by British and Amencan workmen in

America, and not in Australia from German parts.

7. Our Pianos are fitted with our combination wrest

plank, and never go tinny.

GOBNXSH & CO.,

143, RUNDLE-STREET, ADELAIDE.

!96eow:19tx226:217

t<mmm£mmsmm é&mmmMMo;

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OIL ENGINES.

S. A. LAWTON & SONS, X0BTH-TEBRAC2.

OF

.''?fe-* V 4 "-^^7

A L Bl

S', \

Continued at 10 o'clock To-Day.

Ends Saturday, October rf ^i

~* ^-a "**??'

90 dozen Mens' and Boys' White and

'< Speckled Straw Hats, Moss' price 1/, 1/6*. ' 'and 2/6, Five Days' Sale Pnce 3d., and " 6d - - - * ! 20 dozen Gents' Stiff Felt Hats, "Moss' i ' "price' 3/11 to 8/11, Five Days' Sale Price 1 - 3d., M., 1/ each ?-..>

50 dozen Gents' Soft-'Felt Hats, Moss',

price 3/11, 4/11,5/11, 6/11. 7/11, and 8/11, Five Days' Sale Price 1/, 1/6, 1/11

100 ' dozen Mens' Colored Shirts, Moss'

price 1/6, 1/11, 2/6, 2/11, Five Days Sak . Price" 1/, 1/6, and 1/11

A Table of Gents' Singlets, Moss" price

1/6, > 1/11, nnd 2/6, Five Days' Sale Price 9d., lOid., and 1/; ' ./-.

A Table of Gents' Underpants,, Moss' price

1/3, ,1/6, 1/11, and~2/6, Five Days' Sale Pocé" 1/ «ind 1/3, .'.',,., .

'A Stack' of Men's' Tweed Vests, all sizes,.

Moss' price 3/11, 4/11. 5/11, Five Days* Sale Price 1/6, 1/11, 2/6 . ' ,

A Lot of Rugs, Moss' prjce 2/11 to 5/11, ' Five Days' Sale Price 1/6 each . "? . <

30 dozen Men's Braces, Moss" price 9d., , 1/, 1/3, Five Days' Sale Price 4M.

A Table of Linen Collars. Moss" Price 9d.,

each, Five Days' Sale Price Id. each

50 dozen Gents' Ties. Moss' price 1/. 1/3.

1/6. Five Days' Sale Price Id., 3d., 6d. each I

Gents' Snits to Measure, Moss} price' 35/,

42/, 55/, Five Days' Sale Price 27/6' t

Gents' Trousers to Measure, Moss' price

10/6, 12/6, 15/6, Five Days' Sale Price 6/11 pair - -

VISIT.OUR SHOWROOMS .FOR

- . BARGAINS/

20 Ladies' Holland Costumes, usual price

7/11 and 8/11,-Five Davs'. Sale Price 3/6 36 Ladies' Holland and Crash Skirts, {rood

shape,' with inverted pleats, usual price 8/11 and 10/6, Five Days' Sale* Price 4/11 86 Ladies' Cambnc Wrappers, -with Bell

Sleeves and Frills, large size, usual prict; 6/11, Five Days' Sale Price .3/11

A Table of Ladies' Cambric BJouses, usual

price 1/11 and 2/6, Five Days' Sale Price 1/ each '

39 Ladies'-Black Walking Skirts, latest

shape, usuaL price 10/6, Five Days' Sale Price 4/11

42 La.lies' Cambric Frilled Underskirts,

trimmed wita Lace, usual price 3/11, v Five Days' Sale Price 1/11

42 Ladie«' Colored Moirette Undershirts,

frilled, and tucked, usual price 10/6, Five Days' Sale Price 5/11

54 Ladies' Crash Costume Skirts, trimmed

with wide Lace In«ertion, latest shape, usual price 12/6, Five Days' Sale Price 6/11" -

A Table ,of. Ladies' Undervests, usual price

'1/, Five'.Dàjy Sale' Price 41d. '

45 Children's Crash, Tunics, Navy Collar

and Belt, usual price 4/11, Five Days/

Sale Price 2/11

20 dozen Children's Le-rhorn Hats, -with

fancy edge, usual price 1/11, Five Days' Sale Price 1/ each

15 dozen Ladies' French Sailor Hats, usual

price 3/11, Five Days' Sale Price 1/11

A Table of Trail«- of Daisies.' Forget-mt

,Xots, Poppies, Cornflowers. Violets, and Berriesr, usual price Ï/11, 2/6, and 2/11, Five Days' Sale Price, lOJd.

A Table of Lad ies'v Trimmed Hats, trimmed

in a myriadvof styles, with Chiffon, Lace, Ribbon;, and Flowers, each one different. usual ? price 21/, Five Davs' Sale Prive , V10/«S each " \

l8 dozen Ladies' .Tirrtrimmed Straw Hats,

usual price 2/6, Five Days' Sale Price 1/

80 »dozen Straw Capelines, colors. Blue, --Pink, Green, and White, usual price 1/3, . * Five Da>s' Sale Price 6Jd. each

12 dozen Ladies'-. Corsets, usual price 1/11,

Five Days' Sale Price 1/ '

20 dozen Prima Donna Corsets, usual price

9/6. Five Days' Sale Price 3/6 pair

A Table of Sample Corsets, usual price

3/11 to 10/6, Five Days' Sale Price 2/6

A Table of Sash Ribbon (bought especially

for the Public Schools' Concert), colors,, I Cardinal, Orange, Pink,- Blue, Cream,

Nil, and Sky, 9 m. wide, usual price lOid. yard, Five'Days' Sale Price Sid.

786 yards Fancy Ribbon, 5 in. wide, colors

Brown. Fawn, Tabac, and _îavy, usual price l\d. yard, Five Days' Sale Price

líd. yard

90 pieces of Glacie Silk Ribbon, assorted

colors, 4ï in. -«ide, usual price 64d., Five Days' Sole Price 44d. yard

á,S50 yards of White Cambric Embroidery,

usual price 3/11 dozen, Five Days' Sale Price 2id. yard

2,470 yards of Torchon Lace, usual price

1/ dozen. Five.Days' Sale Price id. yard I A Table of Cotton Torchon Lace, 3 in. I wide, Five Days' Sale'Price Id. yard ,

3,760 yards of Pure Linen Torchon Lace, ? usual price 6Jd. yard, Five Days' Sale

Price 3d. yard

25 pieces of All-Ovër Lace, usual price" 1/6

yard, Five Days' Sale Price 8id. yard

Hundreds of Children's Sunshades, in all ' colors, usual price 1/ and 1/11, Five Days'

Sale Price 8Äd. and 1/

86 dozen LadieS' Sunshades, usual price 2/6:

2/11, and 3/, Five Days' Sale Price 1/ and 1/11 - ' '

18 dozen Ladies' Mercerised 'Silk Sun . shades, with pretty colored border, usual

price 5/11, Five Days' Sale Price 3/11

each

19 dozen Ladies' Black Silk Mittens, usual , price J/, Five Days* Sale Price 4id., pair

10 dozen Ladies' Tan and Brown Silk ? Gloves, usual price 2/11, Five Days' Sale

Price 1/ pair , . '

* KZ

20 dozen Ladies' Lisle Gloves, colors¡. Fawn, ,

Grev and Black Self-and Black, stitching, tJ\ usual pnce 1/, Five Days' Sale Pnce 6AcL ^ Ti dozen T-ndies' Black Cashmere Ho*^ '.ís £/*

imial price 1/, Five Days' Sale Pnce Sid, _ *--*

pair v 15 do7en Ladies Black Union Hose, usual*

price 9d pair, Fi\e Da\s' Sale Pnce 3Jd._ t l8 doz^n Ladies' Tan and Black Lace Hose", ' *

usual price 1/3, Five Da\s' Sale Price -*" Sid * ^_ *4 30 do7en Childrens Red Cashmere Sox, *L

usual price 1/, Five Davs' Sale Price 70."-^ ,~*\

A Stack of French Coating Serge, assorted "^ <J<

colors, usual pnce lOSd. j ard, Five Days* -tf _ Sale Price 5]d. yard " / " ^ 40 pieces of Flaked Dress Tweed, assorted * £.,.

colors, usual pnce lOJd. yard, Five Dava' -^M*.

Sale Price 6d. j ard > ?"? 38 pieces of White Fancv Muslin, Five £

Days.' Sale Pnce 2*d vard V 23 pieces of Colored Cambric*, usual price "* i 4Jd yArd Five Days' Sale Price^2/6 ' I dre«s of 10 yards

IS pieces of Mercerised Silkettc, assorted

colors usual price 1/, Five Days' Sale

Pnce, 83d vard ! j Table- of Blouse Lengths, from 1/, worth, - *

double ' 1* j. J¡¡$ 5 dozen Cloth Brushes, usual price 9d. eachït^ ^ î*

Fi\ e Dav s' Sale Price 4$d each t *' c^! 8 dozen Ladies' Tortoise Shell Hair Slides^"; *$£

u«tial pnce lOJd. each, Five Days'» Sal« j . --r^ Price 4¿d each. s "î, "J 30 pieces of 40 nu Flowered-Art Muslm, ^-v*

usual price 4/U, Five Da**»' Sale Price <. . <f 2/11 dozen ^ «A Ï?| l S pieces of ,36,.in Jute Carpet, usual price. /? *>-*

1/ ant} VÖ, "Five Days,' Sale Price 7_d.V ?? ¿ and lOJcl * * >*4t 10 do/en Fnlled Pillow Case*, usual pnce v'

9d each, Five Daysdale Price 6Jd. each ->,' i-"' 15 Tapestrv Table Covers, 3 yards long, tJ' '{

usual price 8/11, Five Days' Sale Pntie "* ?- "". 4/11 , . . 12 pieces of Crash Roller Towelling, usual *

price 5^d, Five Davs' Sale Price 333. yard

Ladies' Qlacie Kid One-Bar Shoes, sewn

soles, leather heels, Five Days' Sale Price » *

1/9 pair

Ladies' Satin Calf Balmorals. Scolloped Vamps, neat shape. Five Days' Sale Pries/

3/11

Gents' Best Satin Calf Goloshed Balmorals» . ^

well finished, -wide or narrow toes, Fave- c , "\

Dajs' Sale Price 5/11 > J" ^ X Gents' All-Solid Leather Bluchers, sprigged ,i¡> \

or. heavy nailed, Five Days' Sale Prie«' ^-A. f 3/U. _ >-^ / ^

* ' - -" t ¿~"

CHARLES MOORE & CO.,

r ' . I ' "? ,' " * I , ^

PROGRESSIVE DRAPERS, CLOTHIERS, AND IMPORTERS, 7 ' J 1

70 TO 76, GOUGER-STREET. - " ' . *

- '??..MVJl

Wanted to5 Sel!. B

NOVELTIES FOE THE

BALL SEASON

NOW SHOWING AT

A. L. BROTKHORST'S,

S 110. RUNDLE STREET

, A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF

DIASI©N_*, PEARL» A3¡fi> OPAL

JEWfillfcERY,

Consisting of

BANGLES, BROOCHLS, NtCKLFTS, PENDANTS,

HAIR ORN _tfENTS,

FAN^, ic , &c

ALL AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES

INSPECTION lNyTTED

NOTE THE ADDRESS-HO, RUNDLE STREET

194eowc

REINSKVS JEWELLERY, &a

ABSOLUTELY CHEAPEST IN CITY

COME, \ND CONVINCE YOURSELVES

Next Beach's ?

OPEN TILL 9 PM S«TURDVY.

^eddin-r

Presen ta,

Specfetclea.

Sight Tested

Free.

Weddinp; RIURS, eitra^ölTdTspecially cheap

Emrifgement Rings, SO per cent Itwer than uther

«hcp**

Gold Band Rings, S/6 to 30/

Gold Bind Rings, -with Stcnes, 15/ to SO/

Gold Brackeleti spleraid assortment, cheap

Gold Brooches, latest designs, enormous stock, 5/

to £30

Gold Links, from 10/6 up, Silver Links, 2/ to 5/8 Go-Id Muff Chains, 40/ bp, Gold Alberts, specially

chejp

Watches large issortment, all well regulated, 7/6

to £30

Gold C-osses, Medallions, Necklets, &c, most

reasonable

Will chea and Jewellery Repaired or Remade at

verv low rates

Every Article Guaranteed.

" ___ . -Jj 7 BINDLE Y STREET,

2eowc Opposite W aré's E> chancre Hotel

PIANOS,

FROM £29. » NEW SHIPMENT.

, Cannot be Beaten for

Tone and Quality.

Good Chance.

HOOPER,

PULTENEY-ST.

NORTH.1

252-7eow75

" RUSTON OIL ENGINES."

PARIS EXHIBITION-GRAND PRTX, 2 GOLD v MEDALS, 2 SILVER MEDALS.

ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF ENGLAND

-THE £20 PRIZE for Portable Engines.

TUNBRIDGE WELLS AND SOUTH EASTERN

COUNTIES SHOWS-1st PRIZE AND SILVKR , MEDAL FOR PORTABLE OIL ENGINES. \ _.

UNION EKG1HEERIHG CO., LTD.,

ADELAIDE. , 252-4weo78

Black Horss" Tea. No, 1,

1/6.

No. 2,

1/3.

GUANO

Wheat Manure, Mineral Grass

Bone ____, Bisui- x_rtyyo!

st Car

Adelaide Cham

tflieer Co.

Offices-Corrie

büPEB.

Guano Super.

Super

Murare.

Dost,

phid* bon. S=c cal and Fee»

Ltd

street, Adelaide. HtoP122c R. BDENS CUMING, Manager.

ÍHE~BÜCKST01~OJrTOKE7

Nfc.11.1C IJKAThA IN C0MPL11TI0W

WITH OR WlTllOLf UMP.

¿warded SILVER MEDAL. Ro\al Agricultural Societv of i.np:'ând, lune 21-t to 23th, 1901 Thia war the onb ?V wai c1 made to Oil-Eninnes Jt thi»

Show

CLUTTERBUCK BEOS,

61/63. HiNDLEï-STfiEET. 123c ,

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RIGHT;

Benefit Boot Companyj

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H 'Í-IDÍES; REAL ; GLACE HIDE *LAGEv SHOES, Patent' Toeca^ 5/llí;¿riow^i^^M^

Cj-ADIES''GLÀGB HIGH-TOP BU__X)]^^O0TS,?7ni^iiow:5/S¿v,!,, LADIES' CARPETÍSIJIPPERS, : Good5 bather &^

IÍADIESÍ iSTPvONGíIiEATHER1 SLIPPEI^^Eláatic iin^ß ' ' !~" CHILDS' TAN : OR.BLACE,, Patent Ai^ef Straps,- Copper

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How to be Happy Though

Married.

When commencing, you will think it «imple, but if you Furnish on Credit you may abandon hope. It \rill be pay, pay, pay, and nothing to pay-with.: You will soon wish; house and wife in

Jericho.

" FLINT'S

You Pay Cash, have'no worry, get well served, have Durable Furniture, and save as much ;aa gives you a Rood start in life.

Therefore it's Lucky to Furnish at FLINT'S.

FULL-SIZE DOUBLE BEDSTEAD,

Enamelled Black,1 with Brass Bods and Mounts, thick .-posts, and Doubled woven Wire Mattress for

V £3 10/.

A Serviceable well made CHEST of 5 DRAWEES, < Pine,

Light, Varnished, cr Stained and Polished in Cedar Color- or Walnut Color, fitted with locks and key and Brass Handle to drawers.

£1.10/0.

AND ALL NECESSARIES FOR COMFORTABLE

¡j HOUSE FURNISHING.

W. T. FLINT & SON, LTD.,

IRONMONGERS, DRAPERS, FURNISHERS, l8 and 50, HXNDLEY and BANK STREETS.

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