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". Professional Engagements.

Ceder this heading (if prepaid), 14 words. Sixpence vA MOTOR C-dAIiLEKGE.

' -Mr. A. K. Terry's recent Challenge of £100 Cash is sufficient proof of his bona-fidrs as an. in- structor in Motor Car Driving and Mechanics. A .'large fleet np up-to-date and powerful Motor Cars ,t!sed for teaching it. Money is not gained b> ?losirg time. Learn Motor Car Drhing and Mechanics at A. E. Terry's in your spare time.

As the if aster, so the Man.

CO and 5S. Flinders-street. 'Phone 3-110.

_'_v21Sc

.'A CTTXG. Singing, Dancing. Engagements FC ¿CX cured. Fancy Costumes'available.-Shake- speare Theatre Studios, Austral Gardens. v33-IQ A RCIHTECT.-Vacancy for Articled Pupil;

steady, energetic boy required. Premium.

Apply "Ionic," this office. _ v41,3-4

BOVS wanted for Naval College Scholarship:,

Just won 2 value £2,000; rare chance. Professor Haywara. 44, East-ter. * vll-51

B

OXING Taught by English ex-Champion. Terms

apply 3, "Clara-st., Edward-st., Norwood.

-U__V41-4

CHEMIST.-Improver, Junior, or" Apprentice

wanted. . Apply Box 415, G.P.O._v43-4

DENTIST,-Registered; good opportunity, regis

tered man.-"Diplomatic," this office.

- _1-243-4

DRESSMAKING.-Miss Laura Specht cuts, fits. . r and tacks up any etylc of frocks, coats, and .skirts or ortrcoats ready for home dressmaking, ". fj.~No. 3, Industrial Chambers, King William-st.

" _._1-41-7

T")ISTßICT COUNCIL, OF KOBE.

'APPLICATIONS will be received up to Thurs- day, March 4, tor positions of Clerk, Overseer, Bangrr. .Vermin and Sanitary Inspector; ralar.v, £lñ¡ p»r annum. Specifications obtainable on application to Clerk._ *42-5

BRESSMAKING.-Still making "ünlined Dress «.

any style; 10/6.-Cain & Co., Arcade. v«-. FRENCH, German, Italian, Spanish, celebrate«

natural system; trial lesson free; urm> moderate.-Berlits Method School, 17, Wayruoutu street._'_vS-j-31

LADIES' Costumes and Gents' own Material

made up, 23/.-F. \Vbite, tailor, GreniVll

street.^_- _i434

"PLEASANT Home Work may be obtained b;. -t either sex. The work, consists in writing and dear eligible writing te necessary. Fill in your spare time by profitable.employment. Now is your opportunity. - Send 1/, stamps or poetal note, for samples of work and full particulars to James Len», Box SSI. G.P.O., Melbourne. V42-3 SYLVAN Plays (performances shortly), introduc-

ing. Music, Dance, Song. Classes, £1 1/.

Enquiries Cafe, Austral Gardens._i3G-49

SHAMPOO, of Cut and Singe. 1/.-Toilet Booms,

8 and 0, National Bank Chambers. v43-< SUPERFLUOUS HAIRS.-A Doctor's Daughters

Wonderful Lifetime Remedy, "Medica" Home Self-cure. One case sufficient: Explicit direc- tions enclosed. Absolutely painless and harmless; 10/6 case, posted 11/. Procured Fov & Gibson,

Adelaide. ' _^_V40-5J

E COLONIAL MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE

SOCIETY. LIMITED.

114-116, King William-street, Adelaide.

INDUSTRIAL DEPARTMENT. rra;

. IPENINGS exirt in the Society's service for a: «,. >ast THREE COMPETENT COLLECTORS in gool ' tuburbs. '

' ' Previous experience is not essential, but appli - cants must possess energy and the ability to write ' a regular flow of new business, in each ihe Indus '..tr'aU Ordinary,-and "Accident Departments of the ¡'Society.

V '- The opportunifc- is without parallel for capable T'.aen who can demonstrate an ambition to rise to '" higher positions in the service of the Society.

,-' - Apply personally this morning after 0.30 to

. . - G. A. BEATTON,

t-! v42-3 ' Chief Inspector.

; XITANTED. Coach for Senior English and Mathe ?",f-VV nlalics, Saturday mornings preferred. Ap '_|>ly "English," Brighton._v41-3

V l-\7"OUNG Lady, well educated, good writer, de * ii sire« position city oflice, warehouse. Reply ': .4,n.O.," P.O.^ort Pirie._v42-4

U EXPEEIËNCED CLEEK

^ y \ WANTED.

' \ -THOROUGH' KNOWLEDGE FIRE TARIFF .

. l NECESSARY.

Apply, by letter only,

ICAKAGER, SOUTH BRITISH INSURANCE CO.,

LTD.,

GRENFELL-ST. vl2-3

TORBENS AGENCY,

PBOOKMAN'S BUILDING. GRENFELL-STREET,

> THIRD FLOOR.

Telephone 5994. «

SUPERIOR DOMESTIC HELP AGENCY.

v41-5i

.' THE BEAL THING.

TRAINING STILL ADVANCES

AT A. E. TERRY'S MOTOR SCHOOL,

it costs no more to be trained at the Best School; but it PAYS THE- STUDENT. Begin now at the Onginal and Beet School of Motor Driving and Motor Mechanics, under the personal t, direction of.-Mr. A. E. Terry. The^ proof ol

the pudding ia In 'the eating. " The military authorities nave selected quite a number of Stu- dents from the A. E. TERRY Motor School to proceed to the-front in charge of motor vehicles.

Everything of the latest and best at the command of A. E. Terry's students. Charabanc», Motor Cars, and Taxi-Cabs on hire. Attend- ance night and day. Telephone 3440.

A. E. TERRY,

CP-TO-DATE SCHOOL FOR MOTOR-DIUTING

AND MOTOR MECHANICS,

CORNER GAWLER-PLACE AND FLINDERS _STREET._ v215iuac

WIRELESS.

CERTAIN and highly paid positions here or In

. any part ol Australia/, or the world, for ^proficients Wireless Opcratont Government pay, £312 pef annum. We can teach you in your ?pare time anywhere. Distance no obstacle, ßosent occupation immaterial. The Howard Col'

jc, Ltd., Gawler Chambers. North-terrace. Write, or call. Open daily till 5.30 p.m.. Mon. and Thurs. evenings, from 7.30.

We also teach Electrical Engineering, Gas, Oil, Petrol, Steam, Drivers* Tickets guaranteed (never > man of ours who failed at exam. Ticketed men earning 16/ per day). Marine Tickets, Electric Wiring, Sanitation. Royal Institute Exam., Archi- tectural Drawing nnd Building Construction, Land Brokerage, and all Engineering and Com- mercial subjects, including Storekeeping, Far- mers' and . Pastoralists' Bookkeeping, Accoun- tancy Exam., Shorthand, Typewriting, Jtc., &c Preparation for all Exams.. Commonwealth and Railway, Nurses, Police, Navy, and Military. Write for particulars The Howard Cor. College.

~ V42-8

- Persons Wanted.

Under this heading (if prepaid), 14 words, Sixpence |

A N Improver wanted in boot, upper depart J/\. ment.-F. Fisher <fc Sons, Leigh-st. d!2-4 A GOOD General, at once; good home and

wages; must haie references.-Gordon Short,

li».- King William-st._d_

AT Mrs. Phillips', Gaw-lcr-placc-Cooks, Coolc

Laundress, Cook-Guneral, Housemaid (to- | gcthcr, btation), Generals. d

| A T Mrs. Phillips'.-Experienced Nm-sp, House »Xa»-' maid (\ ictor Harbor), House-Parlormud,

linundrcsj. Laundry Housemaid, Kitchcnmaid. d I AGENCY ..HfllaWe."-Plain Cool~lß/, coun

try; Mrs. Hains call; Generals. Awaiting, Lulvhclp.«.-Qrote-gt._,d

AT Miss Townsend'», Gawlcr-pl.-Houiemaid,

30/ (station); Parlormaids, Cook-Generals (no1 washing), Laundresses. . d

AT MtS weeny's-Hotel Cooks, 35/, 20/; House-

maid»; Ccok-Gonerals, 15/; Generals, nclps,

Kitthcnman. Ostler._ d | A T once, experienced Housemaid-Waitress: must ^aV, . be clean; wages 15/.-Mrs. W. L. Fowles, Talunga Hotel, Mount Pleasant._d43-8

A IK Tflley's, corr'cr GTote-st-, Virtoria Fq.

' Cbolc-Oeneral (17/0), Cook-Gcneral (£3). d| I A-1'.Elite Bcgistry, corner Wakefleld-itr, Gawler,

-taw . place-Wanted, General (country). .General I (10 miles).,_cP )*A - "RIALTO," Flindcrs-st.-Parlormaid (10/).

"«faV Housc-Pariormaids, Cooks, Generals^ (mib . uria).-Waiting-Hotel Servants. _d_ .t"AT Gooden'?, , McHcnry-at., off Gawler-pl. XX .Saloon Barmaid (country), Waitresses (coun-

try), Cook (seaside)._d_

AT .Goodoh's.-Woman Cook (Murray),- Hotel

General, coast, other help (33/); Generals

(private)ij_~_ * d

AN experienced General.-Mrs. C. Magarey, 62,1

.Bculah-rd., Norwood. d42-3

BOY,for garden, by the day. Apply, mornings

early, R. Walker, Goodwood-road, ßpnng billk. <i

BOY -wonting- Home, treated as son, keep

and -wages; age 14-10. Apply D. A. Brown, Phillrp-st., Croydon. d43-G

BUTCHER, to manage business. Waikene, re-

ferences; understand all pirts of trade. Master Butchers, Ltd., Waymouth-st. d

1 BOILERMAKER wanM.-A. Dinftino; & Son,

J' caachbuilders. Hindmarsh. 'Phone 29"6 d COOK, wanted for end of February, good -al.vy,

under 35 years preferred. Apply, with re-

feren«*, to Matron Private Hospital, Mount .Gambier._^_d43-0

COAT and Skirt Hand?.-Monsieur Erpet. Jas.

Marshall & Co , Ladies' Tailoring Dcpart

tncr.t, Rundle-st.'____d42-4

CLCRK, with office expeneiioe, salary 9/ per

Oi¡. Enclose copies references, "Bizzy," this

office.- _ d

CAPABLE "General wanted for snaU family. Ap-

ply 77. Hiil-st., N.A._d43-6

C"*~ LEAN, respectable Girl, assist all duties in

house, foui in famil.v. \pply baiurda., February 13, Mrs. Gooden, 21, Queen-Street, Nor- wood. Tares paid if engaged._' dl-j-J

EXPERIENCED General wanted. \p*rly Mrs.

Jonn Tassie, 10, Sea Wall, Glenelg, VUeen *1 and S p.m._dr43 4

/r^XPhRIkNCED House-Parlormaid required, at 'Hi oiice, £1.-Torrens Agency, 98, Brookman's

IJuildingi, Grenfell-st._ d Ïj'XPr.RIEVCED Hou«e-Par!ormaid irmilrc.1 st

J oíd-, ¿1.-Torrens Aç-oncy, uS, liroihnui s 1! i Miners. Gr-miell-st._('

I7LDERLY Man, write good hand, intcrvnw

j phopkccpPTs,. collect account*.-Tilley's Re- gistry, 30, Crotc-at._i'

FRSTM3LABS Canvassing Salesman wanted. Ap-

ply, with references. No. 2, Monalta Cha-n

fe«t, »ÉáBáMA. tUü-3 J

Persons Wanted.

FARM Hand wanted, experienced, married, ac-

customed to mallee " country. Apply

"Wheat," this ofliec. _d42-4

TjVjR NORTHERN STATION. X COOK, for Kitchen.

BOUNDARY RIDER. Apply before 10.30 a.m.,

d Mr. Laffer, Elder's Building, Currie-street.

ROCEItY-Wanted, Man for Delivery; must be

experienced. Apply "Prompt," Walker

G

ENERAL, splendid "place, 2 in family, IS/;

10..'*0.-Scholastic Agency, Royal Exchange, d

G

C!J ROCER-Junior for general store, for coun

3 try. Apply lo a.m.. D. & J. Fowler.' d

IRL wanted, assist home.-Mrs. Wight, cr. . Military-rd. and Claire-st., Semaphore íforth. _dz43-4 .

GENERAL; small family; no washing. Apply

mornings, eveninge, 28, Moseley-st., Glenelg;

'phone 2S4. _' d42-3 i

.OOD General, 3 in family.-Mrs. R. Burns, I

Commonwealth Boot Palace, Rosewater.

di2-4

G

GIRL, assist house; two children.-Mrs. Jewis,

Desmond, Alexandra-avenue, Rose F irk.

_1141-3

O OOD, all-round Wheelwright, country man ÜT preferred, constant if suitable. Apply .Nave." this office." - 141-3

HITTMANN'S LaI>or~~Ôfllc:s.-Elderly Mari,

boots, hotel, cow to milk; alto Boy, 15, doctor. d

JUNIOR Ledgerkccper, experienced, double

cntrv, for mercantile office. Particulars and ¿alary, "Circulation," this office. d

AD wanted, used to horses.-A. A. Tyley, Nec f ley Farm, . Richmond. d

LADY wouid Adopt Infant from birth of, re-

fined parents, February, March.-"Starch," -his office. dz42-3

LAUNDRESS wanted, immediately, wages £1.

Babies' Hofp.tal, Wincliestcr-st., St. Peters. .i,iply Matron. '_ d43-6,

MIDDLE-AOED Man, for Glenelg, handy" about

house, wages, good home. Apply "Hather- leigh," South-tor., opp. Osmond Park, Saturday, between 1.30 and 3.._ d43-4

FFICE Boy. Apply Remington Agency, Ltd.,

Si, King William-st., Adelaide/ _ d

O

PLUMBERS.-Job, Alsop-st, next to Moore's,

Undertakers, off Military-rd._ d41-3.

PAINTERS.-Improver wanted.-Storr &. Co.,

painters, corner Uindlcy and Leigh sts. d REFINED Light General, fond children, com-

fortable home, reference required.-Mrs. F. Hender, draper, Exeter. d42-3

SMART Boy wanted, just left school preferred;

reference«.-Mandeville, Adelaide Supply Stores, RuHdle-st._-_d43-4

STRONG, capable young Man, aged 20 to 25

years, accustomed to work in entering and forwarding room, wholesale soft goods. Apply, in writujk-. Box 57, G.P.O. d43-4

QMART GROCERY . SALESMAN. Good credentials necessary.

."WHOLESALE HOUSE,"

«141-3 - This office.

nMtA\_ELLEl{, now calling business people only, -*- West Coast, may have good side line; com missit,n.-"Wholesale Business," this otlice.

_tH2-4

TWO Good Post and Rail Splitters wanted.

Apply Aitchison, Citizens' Buildings, King

William-st._ . _ (l »"pAlLORlNC-Smart Girl, about 14, assist in A workroom.-Newmarket Ciothing Factory,,

firenfrll-st. cast. _ d WANTED, Smart, Boy, to assist in grocer's

business, good scholar. Apply It.. Cook, Wellington-square,. North. Adelaide. . d43-4

WANTED, Lopping 36 -Small Gums, finding- own

tools, ropes, stacked cords, foot lengths, Unley-rd.-<Box GI, Adelaide. . . . d43-0

WANTED, experienced General, good cook; for

.farm near Mount Gambier.-"Trinidad," Goodwood-road, Wayville._- - d

AITAXTBO, smart Junior for «office work.; .must Vi be good, quick writer. Apply 10 a.m.,-318, ?Rundlc-rt._d_

7ANTED, to Adopt little Girl, two or three " years old. Apply "Childless," this^offlee:

- . . - d

w

TITANTED, Experienced Well Sinker.-E. VV FAnson, Goodwood-rd., Springtiank. d WANTED"] ~SMflT B0Y

for Warehouse. ' » 10/ a week to start; Apply

_d_._Box 443, Q.P.O. .

WANTED, experienced General; no washing.

Apply Mrs. Franklin. "Oollinston," Sea Wall, New Glenelg,' fourth house south from

Broadway^_*_^_dz43 -

TT7ANT, Kind Person, Adopt Bcv, 3 years Old, > « must be R.C. Reply "ArtJiurton," Park- side P.O._?4r'J_

TANTED, well-advanced Improver., able to

shoe.-W. Fewings, blacksmith, Findon.

d!2-4

Vi

IT/ANTED, an experienced Cook-General. Ap TT plv Mrs. Cock, Ovingham Hotel. Ovingham.

' dz42-4

w

TANTED, a good General.-Mrs. F. Walsh, S7,

Cambridgc-tT., Malvern._dz!2-4^

WANTED, Young Girl, assistant, general; sleep

home; plain cooking.-23, Moseley-st., Glenelg. . d42-.

Vi

TASTED, a young Girl as general help;

country girl preferred.-Bridgewater Hotel.

?142-4

WANTED. Kind Person to adopt Baby, from

birth; small premium. Apply McBride Hnfpital, off nawker's-rd.. Medindie._" d42-4

w

ANTED, Smart Youth for Office. Apply by letter. Wilkinson & Co., Ltd., Port Adelaide.

dll-3

\TTANTED, Staid Trustworthy Person as general T T help, Protcstaut, for farm. Address "Farm," Kadina._;_d39-43.

"ITETANTED, Apprentices, thoroughly* respectable, W leaving school preferred. Apply, morn ing. Austral Toy Factory, Lorne-st._d43-0

"\7"OUNG Girl wanted, to help with housework;

JL slcqi home preferred. Apply Mrs. Pudney, Myrtle-*;!.. Prospect, last house on the right, d YOUNG Man, about 10. understand Ford car,

repairs, keeping in order, &c.-Oharlick Bros.

_\_ d42-3

XTOCTH, wholesale stationer}', paper warehome, J- with some knowledge of the trade. Apply, letter only. Detmold, Ltd., Lcitrh-st. d43-<3

\7~OUNG Woman, fond of and experienced with -I- cliildren, assist young fumily.-"Bristol,"

this office. d42-3 .

Situations Wanted.

Under this heading (If prepaid), 14 words, Sixpence

4 SITUATION wanted as a Housemaid, with jt\. homelv people. Applv "Jean," this office.

k42-4

A.

YOUNG Man, with light horse and dray, .. wants work.-"Dependable," this office, fc 4 WAITING-General Housc-rriaid (town, . coun -¿v try), Cook-Liiundrrso (experienced), Light Generals.-"Reliable" Agency, Grote-st. k

S Ladyhelp, week days, 9-4; no washing, . polishing.-"Easterly," P.O., St, Peters, k Y Widow, Housekeeper or Cook, good needle-

woman.-"E.G.," this office. k

CHIMNEY Sweep.-Licensed practical Man

wants Chimneys to Sweep.-J. Martin, 16, Franklin-st., city. - kits

D G

/"XARPENTER wants Work, town or country. Ap

\J ply "Chips," this office._k42-3

CLEAN worker wants washing, ironing, clean-

ing; good reference; trustworthy. Apply "L.,'^_this oiiici'._k

CToMPETENT Dressmaker. will-go out few -' weeks; 0/ per day. Apply "Competent,"

this office._k43-4

RESS'MAKING. Plain Sewing, 2/ day, pay

fares.-Miss E. Pain, Princess-st., Croydon, k ELDERLY Man wants Job, generally useful,

housework, garden, milk. Reply "Peter," this office._ _k42-3

C1 OVERNESS desires re-engagement, all eub

1 jects, "well recommended; country preferred. -"South-East," Unley Post-office._k42-3

IRL, good worker, like place for month; wages J 13/.-"Anxious," Aldgate P.O. ki3-6

HONEST woman wanted to take home family

washing.-"Clean Washer," this office. lr LAD (15), Situation, Farm. 2 years' experience;

good home, chief object.-"Widow," this

office._;_kz42-3

IADY Bookkeeper, 5 years' experience, pre

J pared to take charge of books, whole or part time." Ap"lv, first instance, "Systematic," this office. _k

LIGHT General seeks situation, close to City.

Apply "M.C.," this office._k

MILLINER wants Position, city or suburbs,

adults or children; salary.-"Medallist," Hindmarsh P.O._k_ MARRIED Couple (young), man knockabout,

wife domestic; anything.-3, Eighth-av.,

East Adelaide._k_ NURSE McMutrie, Amherst-avenue, North Nor norwood, resumes duties from present date.   _k42-t

"OOSITION wanted as Housekeeper,' one or two J- ccntlemen; splendid reference.-"Anxious," this olfl ty. _'_k_

ÖSITION wanted, young lady, arsist in office.

"Willing," Unley P.O. _k_

TJOSmON wanted, Ladyhelp, domesticated.

-L Miss. Burns, OP«0«. Jp'to;_ k

IÎËKINED voting Lady desires position Ladyhelp,

li light duties, near suburbs.-"Refined," P.O.,

beinaTihort" M2-."

ItLSPI CTABLE Widow vint» Washing and

V Cleaning, 3/ half-day-"Widow," this office. _kz43

REFINED young Lady seeks Situation as Lady

help, food of children.-"Roma," til« office.

_L42 4

EESPECTABLE woman, competent, wants Work

bv <tav or half, washing, cleaniig. cook .ng, «ewin-r-? Honcat, * PO, North Adelaide

_k.41,3 4

r*rU10ROUGlIL\ E\penenced Girl wants daily

JL conking, cWmng, or ironing, splendid re fcrcnccs -"J & " 34, Ba>cr st , Norwood kz42 4 TWO Girl Friends requite situation, country

place preferred; thoroughly domesticated Apply to ''Ccrafidentul,'' P.O., Arno Bay, Went Cost, V13-6

Situations Wanted.

rpRUSTWORTHY person as Housekeeper, or

X place of trust; fond children; references.

"Reliable,", thus office._kl-2-4.

WANTED, Situation, Ladyhclp. all duties,

homely, elderly couple; southern, suburb; references.-"Secret," this office. kl2-4

TT7AXTED, by Young Girl] light help, take

'" ''mall wage; respectable. Applv ."Poor," this olhce. " k

WANTED, Portion as Governess to young child-

ren; references on application. * Address

"Lily," Warratta Vale. _k40-3x4t

°\7*OUNG Woman, capable houseworker, relieve

-L another for a time, citv.-"Temporary." thic office. , _ kz43

VTOUNG Boy (16) wants Situation on Farm, -*- used horses. Apply" "Anxious," this office.

Y

YOUNG Person, knowledge children's clothes,

wants Sewing, day or home.-"Machine,"

P.O., Glenelg._ M2-1

'OUNC Lady wants position in shop, near city;

can sew.-"M.S.," this office. , , k43-4

XrOUNG Lady, refined, capable, musical, wishes X Position,' Companion, country.-''Good Home," this - office._k43-4

-t K /-ROOMS Papered, nice selection; 10/, Kal JLO/ sonriined; 4/6, Painted.-"Decorator," Clarence Park Post-offlcr._kz42-4

tyO, BOX, G.P.Ô.-Papcrhanging,_ Paintinra i O Coloring. General Hou=e Repairing, Boltin0, .prices reasonable. kz43-4

Board and Residence.

Under thi« heading (if prepaid), 14 words. Sixpence

A T 115, Morphctt-strect-Comfortable Furnished _.X Double Room, or suit two friends. r42-3

AT 22, Halifax-st.-Superior Board, Residence,

b"st City position, good table; terms mode- rate;_r40-6

A T York House, Semaphore-Good Accommoda -.A. tion, 3 minutes from train and beach;

moderate tariff. _rz42-g j AT Henley or Granice, Bedroom, Sitting-room,

attendance, young married couple, for about

two months.-"Felton," this office. ril-S j

T E4, Hindmarsh-squarc-Furnished Room, !

friends. 1/6 each; kitchen; single room, 6/. '

_rr.43 I A-A-A-SUPERIOR Board and Lodging, from1

20/; single, double rooms, centre of city, ¡ hot. cold baths: meals at all hours.-Pirie-st.

Cafc,_128, 130, Pirie-st._r41-6S

AT Tilley's, corner Grotc-st., Victoria-sq.

Single Furnished Room to Let, clean re- spectable, t

A1

AT 56. Rose-terrace, Wayville-2 Rooms to Let,

unfurnished. Apply after 5 o'clock. r42-4

AT 111, Gouger-st.-Wanted, 3 men, share room,

Or 2 tradesmen to board. r

ADELAIDE Apartments Bureau, Curric-st.

Superior Furnished, Unfurnished Rooms, North Ad°lnidc. city, suburbs, seaside. r43-4

BOARD and Lodging, respectable, with wash-

ing, 16/.-A. BcU, Martin-st., Birkenhead, near ferry._r40-4

B\LCONY Rooms to Let, furnished, unfur

. nished, Jcffcott-st., North Adelaide.-"II.," above Post-office. rlS'7

BOARD, Residence, 16/ week.-Mrs. Mathers, 3,

Tavlstock-st., near Tavistock Hotel. Rundle

st._._r42-3_ C10MFORTABLE Home, tradesman, private

J family.-"Morialta," 51, Cuming-st-, Mile End. rz41-3

COMFORTABLE Furnished Room, suit two men;

al=o, well-furnished Double Room.-ISO. Gawler-place. r43-t

OLEAN Furnished Room, bath, conveniences,

minute to car; suit lady; 5/.-"Suburbs," this office. . . r

/"?tOMFURTABLY Furnished Bed-Sitting Room, \J kitchen; suit married couple.-Montague

Cottage, 3, Wright-st._r

DOUBLE and Single Rooms to Let, all con-

veniences; reasonable.-Mrs. Johnson, 1SS,

Flini'crs-st._r43-6

DOUBLE and Single Rooms vacant; every con-

venience; moderate charge.-S4, Wright-st.,

City._r41-3

IfURNISHED Rooms meant. Men; double, or

friends; comcnienccs.-81, Grote-st., Central j Market side. ' _'_, r

TTtRONT Superior Furnished Clean Bcd-Sitting J- room. Dining-room, Kitchen; gas; no chil- dren; moderate.-303, Carrington-st. E. rJ3-6 FRONT Furnished Room; suit married couple

or g working men.-'S!, West-terrace. r42 3 j

FURNISHED Room to Let.-Ill, Franklin-street,

_Ciir._r43-4

FLAT, Two Rooms, upstairs, or ground floor; |

also Double Room.-142, North-tor. E.

GLENELG-Vacancies for Boarders, home com-1

forts; terms moderate.-"Glenbirrncy," Mil- | ler's Corner._;_"_rll-4

GLENELG, "Royston," 28, Susscx-st..=Ia-Trc I

Bcd-Sitting-rooms, kitchen, single rooms; | reasonable rent._r34¡ua46

C1 LDNELG-Double Furnished Room, also eingl< I

T widow, no children; near train, beach.- j "Glenelg," this office. . _rz43

GLENELG-Vacancy for Boarders; also, Fur

nibhed Apartments to Let. near the 6ca,

3», Jetty-rd._r41iua53

GLENELG.-Vacancies, 0, -St. John's-row, close I

teach", train, couple or two'friends;*quiet." _t_r41,3-4

GLENELG-Engclbrecht's Agency-List now re-

duced to lew select homes, rooms, boar.il.

Telephone 2Ô9._r304c

(1 LENELG-Double, Sinirle Rooms offered visi-1 T tors; 1 nnnute train, beach, private home.- | Telephone ISO._r42-7

GOOD Accommodation, gentlemen boarders, i

114, Franklin-st.; meals aU hours; good | beds; piano, all comeniences._rz43-g

GLENELG.-Mrs. . Lockrer, Durham 'House- j

Vacancies for boarders. Close to beach and | train. r40-4

(^OOD Home 2 tradesmen or conductors.-62, T Belgrave-tcrrace, College .Town, next Col-

lege._ . ' » ' - _r_

GENTLEMAN, Board ' and -Residence, «ingle

room, touth window, Rose Park, Dulwich; no children; unoderate terms,-"Defence," this office. _r_

GLENELG-Furnished Suite, no others, every

comfort and convenience; term, reasonable.

-Macdonald'.«;, jetty-road. _ r

ÖENTLEMAN requires Board and Lodging,

Mitcham or near; tenns.-"F.J.," Mitcham P.O. v r

GLENELG-Vacant, 17th,'handsome large front

double separate dining.-2, Moseley-strcet. Telephone 315._r43-G

C1 LENELG-«Vacant, large Furnished Bedroom, X fortnight, 3 beds,- private funiih*. "Select," Glenelg P.O._

(1 L1ÎNELG-Comfortably Furnished Rooms or X Boird, one minute from train and jetty. 'Phone 293. »_r4310

{1 LENELG.-Furnished -Front Bedroom, separate *X dining-room; nil conveniences; 15/; three minutes traira», baths.-"Seaward," this office, r JETTY-Rd.-flood Board, Lodgings; early break-

fast; soft washing; IS/.-"Olive," P.O.,

Clenelg._

^LLS-Apartments to Let, board if required;

near station.-Mrs. CJameron, "Esslemont," Mount Barker. - r43-G

"TT'ARAWEERA," comer .Mitl-tcr., Molcsworth

JÛ st.-Superior Accommodation; special low terms. Telephone 1974._r38,41 ,3

IX Nice Home, Two Furnished Rooms to Let,

kitchen, pas -27, Edward-street, Norwood, r LET, 2 Furnished Rooms, use kitchen, suit

married couple, near penny ' section. "Trilby." this office._;_ LADIES-Accommodation before, after, during

Aceonchement; nursing from iii.-45, Com- mercial-road, Hvde Park. r41-7

TA Peroitoc,. Maternity and Rest Home, Chat JLi ham-rd., Keswick; reduced fees; terms on application._,_r43-6

LET, two large Front Rooms, conveniences.-St.

Mary's, corner Cüíton-st., ProspcCt-road, Prospect._

""\,f ASYIJJA," 30, Strangways-tcr., N.A. À»JL Superior Board,- Residence, close, tram; balcony room. 'Phone 3057._rz42-t

"VTORTH Adelaide, Id. section-To Let. Superior jX Double Bedroom, dining. Furnished; rclineii. 'Phone 168. _-__, r40,2-3

ICE, clean, well-furnished Single "Room to

Let; bath, piano.-230, Franklin-st., City. _._r42-3

"CORTÓN Motor Cycle, clutch, gears, to Sell; -*-' perfect order; spares. Apply early, Hin- ton, pawnbroker, Waymouth-st. . n

ONE or Two Unfurnished Rooms offered lady,

cheap, Id. section.-"Much Alone," this

office. r

N

p

iRIVATE family, Largs Bay, Vacancy, Paying

Guests; largo rooms, close beach; eicry convenience; terras moderate.-Mathewson, Largs.

_r!3-C

PRIVATE family, will Let nice Front Room,

. use dining and kitchen, gas stove,- electric light; two sections.-"Moderate Terms," this office. rz43

PORT Adelaide-Doable Bed-Sitting Boom, "rit

ehen, bath vacant. Apply "9 Shillings,"

Port P.O._,_r42-3_ PBSNINGTON-Terrace, Sorth Adelaide, 6 doors

west Cathedral-Furnished, Unfuraithed Rooms, penny section, conveniences. TZ42-7

KOOMS, Furrished, Unfurnished, board optional,

beds, gas, bath; no children; modcratc.

213, Franki in-st._r_

lUFERIOR Boanl and Residente. 5 Gents, every

convenience.-33ú. Augas-sL east. r!3-4

S

SEMAPHORE- OfTercd, Bedroom, separare din

ing-TOom, all eonvenienecs; good horne; 11/.-"Close Beach." Semapborc

SUPERIOR Home for gentlemen or ladies, pUno,

bath, stabling.-225, Flindcra-st., "Strath- earn." ri2-7

rino

Let, three Unfurnished Rooms. Apply l8,

Georgc-st.. Citv. r41-3

T

WO Unfurnished Rooms, to Let, open fire-

places; suit gent.-0, Palm-pL, Hackney.

_n-,12-3

TWO Furnished Rooms, use kitchen, gas, con-

veniences, suit couple, without children. "B°arn." Belinda-st., Evandale, off Bakewcll-rd, _ _ _r!2-t

rifo Let, Furnished Frout Room.-172, Halifav

JL st., city. _ra43

TJ Let, Comfortable Single Bedroom, suit gen-

tleman for sleeping accommodation.-142,

Wakefleld-et. _ a "»"WO Unfurnished Rooms, separate stove, electric

light, conveniences; 2d. section.-"West .WfcfafrV," tim office. _ ;

Board and Residence.

rPO Let, large Room, open fireplace. refined J- family. Id. section, Unley.-"Suburb," this office._^^ r42-3

TWO Gents, refined, tradesmen, share largo

Room, every convenience; piano.-09, Hutt street._r43-4

TTACAXCY for Gentleman Boarders, good table;

» terms moderate.-"Scotia," 40, Payneham-rd., St. Peters._r41-4

VACANCY for young men Boarders; terms

moderate.-Miss Gurney, 217. Govcr-st., N.A.

I rz423

, .»''"ACANCHES, single rooms, homely; moderate.

> -144, North-ter., opp. Botanic Gardent.

rz43

VACANT, large Balcony Room, Furnished, suit

business ladies or gentlemen; Board optional; use piano.-"Moderate,'* North Adelaide Post OfRre. rtí-i

i TTACANCY for Gentlemen Boarders, good home,

V washing, mending.-26, West-tcr.___T I T 7"ERY Large, nice Room, unfurnished, separate ! V entrance, quiet family.-4, Fifth-av., East I Adelaide._ rz42-3

v\rACANCY, Two respectable Boarders good

» home, private family; laundry.-23, Govcr

st,_N.A._ r43-4

"VnCTOR Harbor.-Furnished Booms to Let.

» Apply Mrs. Geo. Wallagp. Devon. rii-i ~XVACANCIES for 'one or two invalids.

V "Glcura," Uighbury-st., Prospect, tel. 1872.

IZ4Ü-4

WANTED by a respectable young Tradesman.

Home with private homely family. Apply, early, "Protestant," this office. r42-3

WxVÑTED, II}de Park,~Furnishcd Bed and Sit-

ting-room, use of kitchen, gas stove. "FuHyvessIe," Thoraas-st., Hyde. Park.

TANTED, Two respectable Boarders.-íío. li,

Botanic-st., Hackney, opposite Car Depot.

_._rz4J-4

TTTAXTED, two Working Men, Share Room, IS/, VV Si. Peters.-"Plain," this office. rz4i-3 WANTED, quiet Home for Male Pensioner with

sober people, Protestant, about 16/ -weekly.

-"Abstainer," G.P.O._ r41,3

T\7ANTED, Two Unfurnished RoomsTln City: » T moderate terms. Please state.-"Fireside," this ofFce. - r \\ i

W _

V\7,ANTED,' by two young gentlemen, Board. » V Residence, suburbs, private family; terms.

"Gentlemen," this office. rJS-4

T7AXTED. Board and Residence; tenns. 1 » "Homely," tln'6 office._x

.VNTED. Large Room, ground floor, in city "Anchor,1; this office. X

WANTED, Bright Front Room, Board, atten-

dance, respectable, cheerful couple; good locality; moderate terms.-"Al Reliable," this office._r42-3

ÂrOUNG Man wants Board, Residence, cast part -*. city; single room preferred.-"Volt," this

office.

"T7"OUNG Lcdy wants Unfurnished Room, with X married "couple, and child.-"Close Car,"

this nffce.

"\TOUNG Man requires Single Bed-sitting Boomi

'.*. with board, lodging. State terms "Artisan,"' this office._ YOUNG Man requires comfortable Room, with

mee working people, private home. "Frank," this office.

IT, FLINDERS-St.-Single Furnished Room; I also Room, two beds;'hot and cold bath.

15

f* /-CLEAN, Furnished Room, suit elderly "/ lady, conveniences, near car.-í, <!hürlea-«st.,

Norwood. r

Hotels and Holiday Resorts.

Under this heading (if prepaid), IS words, oni

insertion, 1/; three Insertions, 8/£.

USTRAL HOTEL, Victor Harbor-Good Accom

roodation for visitors; close station and beach; reduced tariff ; 'phone 3 V.U. h.34-124

".A URORA," Victor Harbor.-Good Accom

-irai modation for Visitors, two-storey building, just complete, on sea frontage, good bathing, boating grounds, terms moderate. Trap meets trains. 'Phone 28.-A. Hodgeman, proprietor.

_li2S3c

BAYSWATER, Port Elliot, facing sea.-Home

comforts for visitors; also Furnished House or Apartments.-"Bayswater," Port Elliot.

_h42-60

CRAFERS HOTEL, Crafers; nearest hotel

Mount Lofty Summit, 30/ weekly. Visitors met Mount Lofty Station. 'Phone, Stirling 50.

?_ b310r82 COROORAN'S Railway Residentini Hotel, Port

Elliot, offers superior accommodation. Close to beach and rocks. Terms moderate. 'Phone 8.

_h26-61

PORT Elliot, "Rockridge."-Furnished Apart-

ments vacant, minute beach. Green Bay, from veran-'ah, 'rocks, and delightful rpray.-"Pro- prietress," "Rockridge."_h27iu55

PORT WILLUNGA.-Seaview Temperance Hotel,

good Accommodation, near beach; coolest seaside resort. Conveyances meet train. 'Phone

Ontral 2151._hI3-l,3

T>ORT Elliot.-Comfortable Furnished Rooms to JL Lot, splendid position, one minute beach and station. Apply "Summer Brae."_h43-6

T>ORT ELLIOT for cool refreshing breezes, shel -L. tcred .beaches, invigorating surf bathing. Huge rocks and breakers "on thespot."' h41-3 PORT ELLIOT.-"Woodstock," modern, well

appointed Home for Visitors; close-rocks Mid Green Bay. Phone 15.-Misses Smith.

_h336-:67

ÜLYMAH. Port Elliot, overlooking ocean.

Misses Bidmead and Lord. Telephone 4. Also, small Wcll-Fumished Cottages. h294c

"T71CTOR Harbor-Vacancies for Boarders, close

V to beach and station; terms moderate; pri- vate bathing house.-Mrs. Bond, Lisdoonrarnâ. > _. h42-4

"\7ICT0R Harbor, Lemeah-Comfortable Acconi

> modation for Visitors, close beach, terms moderate. Apply Mrs. W. Kirby. h42H

Lost and Found.

Under this heading (if prepaid), 14 words, Sixpence

CVME into my paddock, on or about 10th inst.,

Dark Bay Gelding, medium draught, saddle mark, shod all round; owner cati have same by paving expenses. Apply H. Curtis, Piccadilly.

l-ki-4

XpOUND, Brooch, Westminster-st., Friday. A~p -*? rly 77, First-av., St. Peters_1

LOST, at Morphettville, Chesnut Horse, wi'fc

saddle and martingale; finder rewarded. Skinner, blacksmith, Glenelg. Iz43-l

LOST, Wedding Ring, in Franklin-st., Wednes-

day night; reward awaiting person returning

to 76, Franklin-st._"_lz43

I OST at Martindale Races, one GoId% Scarfpin,

?*' with diamond. Will finder return fame

to J. Hayes, jockty, c/o S.A.J.O.I_143-6

LOST, Norwood to Rundle-st Gold Opal Beetle

i Brooch, safety pin attached. Apply Bur- nett, Charles Birks & Co._-___1

J' OST, Kev Brooch; reward.-100, Soa±h-tcr.

J 1

T OST, on Sunday, between Edward-st., Parade, -*-4 and William-st.1, Gold Bar Brooch, one .liiimond: finder rewarded.-<M. Gurney, c/o Mrs. Olifrhy, Edward-st., Norwood._I

LOST, 12.45 West-ter. tram, Thursday, Hand-

bag, Money, and Spectacles; reward.-Tram- ways Ollice._1_ LOST, Monday (holiday), Semaphore, between

beach, tiain, Baby's Cream Shawl. Re- ward.-Mrs. IL J. Wylie, "St Elmo," Kingswood. _;_1_

LOST, Magill to Kanmantoo, Basket, suit

clothes, Savings Bank passbook; reward.-F.

Jury, Mypolonga. _^____laU-3.

LOST-, Bay-Draught Mare, blaze on face; re

ward.-Thos. Lock, Sandy Creek._lz41-3 LOST, Set of Teeth, believe at Henley Beach;

finder rewarded.-Krinks, dentist, King Wil-

liam-st_141-3

LOST, from train. Lady's Panama Hat, between

Adelaide and Gawler; reward.-Mrs. Hart, care S. R. Page, Moonta. Î42-3

LOST, 14 Crossbred Ewes, branded U over bar 3,

on rump, A D conjoined near rib.-A. M.

Dawkins. Angle Yale._142-1

LOST. Baby's Gold Brooch, "Ian;" reward.

No. 3, Bay-road, Keswick._112-3

I OST, between Riverton, Mintaro, black Hand

J bag, containing several small account books and letters: reward.-T. Pool, Saddleworth. 142-4. LOST, Silver Riding Whip, between Nailsworth

and Islington; 5/ reward return Nailsworth P.O._1_ LOST, Silvcr-Grcy Persian Cat-15, Rundle-st.,

Kent Town. Detainer will be prosecuted.

_ 1 LOST, one Dog, yeUow and white Collie, with

chain, from 'Prospect Finder rewarded by returning to A. Hancock, Marian-place, Prospect.

LOST, Glenelg, Friday, Bag containing money,

etc.; keep money, return bag.-¡Lid-iell's, Jetty-road._

PERSON who found case containing money,

Campden station, yesterday, return Hancock, George-st, Campden. 141-3

EEWART»-Lost, Martindale Races, Oral-shaped

Gold - Tie-pin, guard on end. Apply Drew, saddler, Curne-st_lz43-6

STRAYED in Garden, "«Willow Bend," Payne-

ham, one Bay Mare, one Chesnut Filly. Have same paying expenses. Apply Harris. 1

CJTRAYED from Vaddâ,-One~Kay~Mare, branded **^ i B (horizontal) 6, supposed to be makins

north; reward for information leading to re- covery.-W. H. Boche, Vadda. 145-6

STOLEN from Block, know as Brirragc and

Wliitc's Estate, Pump and Piping. If not returned further proceedings wûU be takes--L_

Stephens, Royal Park, Alberton._1

STRAYED or stolen from Black Swamp, Thre

Heifers, one Shorthorn Bull, tar mark on rump. E.T.; reward for information leading to recovery. Communicate' with E. Bncknell, Black Swamp; or E. VinaH, Brighton. 142c

STRAYED. Mare, medium draught, bay, dark

points, short tail, branded near shoulder. indistinct; reward.-W. Shepley. Belair. 141-3 YS7JLI. Person who took Stnw Hat from Nor. TV wood Town Hall please return to 85, Magill.

road. Stepney._1

WTKDNESDAY «ternoon. Car, Currie-st., Vir V v tona-sq, White Ostrich Feather; reward. 7. Arcade._lz43

DRAPERS' PRINTING.

The ADVERTISER GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE. Send orders for Posten and Advertise,

ment», _._ ___ «

Wanted To Buy.

tTnder this heading (if prepaid), l8 word«, on»

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

ALWAYS WANTED-Old Gold, Jewcilcrv, Arti-

ficial Teeth Plates. Platinum Scrap. Highest prices.-Elliott's, 77, Grote-street, nearly opposite New Tivoli. Parcels by post, -value or offer by return mail. 'Phone 2B67._G3447

r\HAFFOTTTl^~liraàll hand, for luccmTlîc^ \ ^ secondhand.-"Chaffcutter," this office.

_G42-4

FURNITURE Bought, single room or houseful, I

highest price given; satisfaction guaranteed, j

competition defied; £5 to £1,000.

PHILLIPS & CO. (late Daley & Co.).

FrankBü-strect.

_TeL 4488;_GI 35c

TTÍDES, Sheepskins, Rabbit, Fox, and other I -l-l Skins, highest prices obtained from Master j Butchers', Ltd., Waymouth-st., Adelaide, Sales inert_ _G142uec

OLD Zinc, Lead, and Scrap Cast Iron.-A. i

Simpson «t Son, Ltd., cash buyers, Gawler- I place._G103c

"P»AIR Scales, weigh 3 to 5 cwt., good oi

'-»- der; must be cheap. State price.-"scale«,,"

this office._G

REFLEX Camera, -J-plate, or post-card size.

State price.to "Photo," this office. G

SECONDHAND Tent. Size and particulars toi

"Camper," this office:' ' G42-4

WASTED to Buv, 15.000 Inside. Bricks; also I

15,000 Mixed Bricks; delivered at Hyde Park.-"Cash Purchaser,'^-this office._G41-3

ITTv^NTED to Buy, two strong Tambos, suicahle Vi for cornermen. Apply "Tambo," this office. _G

Y\TANTED, Secondhand Roll-topped 5-ft. Desk.

»V -Lewis & Reid, PortAdelaide._G43j«

WANIXD,~Type, Zinc, and Lead Drosses, B.

Schwab Borings; spot cash, quantities Victorian Stone Smelting Co., c/o Grand Central.

G

WANTED. Gramophone, and Records; state

make, 'price, and number of records. "York," this office._G4S-4

WANTED to Buy. Good Letter Press; must lit

gond order. Appl> Louis Hains, auctioneer

Port Adelaide._[_G_ TTTANTtíD, Pump, Piping, Casing, &c. for 40 VV ft. bore.-U. E. Bennett, Anncslcy-av.,

North Norwood._G

BONES.

WE ARE BUYERS FOR CASH.

Tep Price given for small or large lots, de- livered on trucks at our works. Torrensville, or Port Adelaide.

ADELAIDE CHEMICAL WORKS.

G152c CURRIE-STREET.

WE ARE BUYERS OF

ALMONDS, KERNELS,

AND ALL KINDS OF

DRIED FRUITS.

ERNEST 0. THOM VS.

ia. ANQAS-STREET. Ql*

Tenders and Contracts.

T7"OR the Erection of a 4-roomed House. Plans -*- to be seen at Hicks', Cliff-street, New f tepolg. . j*

TWICE wanted, Plumbing Work, labor and .*- materiak-Alsop-it> Semaphore, off Mila tary-rd.. Bowler's job. ' - F41-3

TENDERS are hereby invited by the under

signed till noon of * Wednesday, 17th inst, for the ERECTION of a BUNGALOW *?, Mount Lofty. No Tender necessarily accepted.

CHAS. AV. HUTT, F.S.A.I.A>; .Architect,

F40.3 Commercial Chambers, 'Curne-streefc

TENDERS received up to and including Friday,

February 5th, for Construction of Residence at Glenelg. Plans and specifications at office of undersigned. No tender necessarily-accepted.

C. CARLYLE JONES,

F Licensed Land Broker, Jetty-road, Glenelg.

TENDERS are invited until noon of Wednes-

day, February 24th, for the Erection of a Residence at High-street, Kensington.

No Tender necessarily accepted. ' _

C. E. TAPLIN, Architect,

F42-4 Towera Court, Victoria-square.

TE N D E . R S

will b1 received by the undersigned up to and including the 20th day of FEBRUARY, 1915, for the purchase of that very valuable BLOCK OF LAND, measuring 225 ft. x>150 it., situate on the corner of FIFTH-AVENUE and WrX*>HE5TER STREET, East Adelaide, together with CHAFF MILL AND WOODYARD, with plant, complete

a going conn ni, including, large G.I., mill, aneds, and stables, gas engine, electric motor, weighbridge, &c.

Full particulars and terms on application to

BENNETT. & 'FISHER,

Auctioneers, Land Valuators, and Real Estate

Agents,

Bowman Building«, King William-street, nighest tender not necessarily accepted.

F43,7,50

¡ANTED, immediately, price for Carting S

. . Tons Timber from Adelaide to Hindmarsh \ alley. Apply Heid/Btos.,' Ltd., Flinders-st. F

w

MITCMAM . QUARRY CO.,

HAVE FOR SALE

Metal andNMetal Screening«, Building Sand, all kinds of Quarry Rubble. Telephone 20SC. Goor roads. ^stal orders preferred. F206inat

MAMTËLPHUËS;

GRILLES, HEARTHS, GRATES, AND TILI-S.

L. P. LEWIS & CO., LTD.,

MANUFACTURERS,

WAKEFIELD-STR.EET EAST. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.

TARPAVING.

Estimates given for all kinds of work.

v . METAL AND MET\L SCREENINGS.

And all Kinds of Quarry Rubble for YARDS AND CARRIAGE DRIVES.

For Quotations Ring up Telephone 1145, o apply to

DUNSTAN, LTD.,

830011C NORTH KENSINGTON PARK.

BRITISH ASBESTOS CEMENT

SHEETS.

Used Extensively bv the Federal, South Aus- tralian, and all other State Governments foi ceilings, walls, lining, &e., on public buildings, schools, residences, te Also bv Architects and Contnctcrs on all classes of homes and buri- nes» buildings. Easily and economieaUy erected, Low in cost. Full particulars from

FlTOua.lOÎ E. MALPAS, 3S. Waymouth-st.

TIMBER & IRON

MERCHANTS

LARGE STOCKS of all kinds of* "* imber on spot

BALTIC AND KAURI FLOORINGS

Well Seasoned,

PRIME OREGON

5ÎA&S N.Z WHITE PtNE

RIMU.

Galvanised Iron, Wood, and Iron Houses Framed ready for erec-

tion.

TIMBER

FOR AUL BRANCHE8

OF THE TRADE.

Builders' Ironmongery,

Mouldings, Joinery,

Turnery, - - and Wood Mantels a Speciality

Sarnia Timber Mills!

HXAD Ornes:

UPSON STREET, PORT ADELAIDE.

WHARF AND STAOONG GROUKD :

Canmration Wharf, Port Adelaide.

ADELATDB Cymes Ano YARDS:

Franhlin aid Grote Streets, Adelaide

Patents.

Collison & Co«,

PATENTS, DESIGNS

and TRADE MARKS. I Registered patents and

Trade Mark Attorneys, j Eagle Chambers, King |

William-st, Adelaide, |

and at 483, Collins- ;

fit. Melbourne.

12&ÜUC I

Education.

PLVNOFORTE, Theory--Miss Violet Burge,

L.A.B., Mvall-av., Kensington Gardens.

_g«M

S PETER'S COLLEGIATE GIRLS' SCHOOL.

. KERMODE-STREET, NORTH ADELAIDE.

Branch House-EDEN HILLS.

C. E. DAY and Boarding School. Terms moderate

Large Staff Resident and Visiting Teachers, Trained Nurses.

First Quarter, February 2. Entrance Exam-, January 30, 10^0-12. Boarders return February

L

Applv. Sister in Charge._g3S0aiu:186

A.S. AND B.T. ACADEMY,

73-75, FLrNDERS-STREET.

Established 1S93. Telephone, S53.

IL 0. CROSBY, F.d., PRINCIPAL;

" DAY AND EVENING CUASSES.'

FULL BUSINESS COURSE-Shorthand,''Type-

writing, Bookkeeping, Penmanship, and Commer- cial Correspondence.

SHORT COURSE-Shorthand.and Typewriting.

GENERAL BUSINESS OTURSE-Sharthand, Typewriting, and Bookkeeping.

EXAMINATION COURSE-Engrish, Arithmetic, Geography, History, &c.

Students may Enrol for any of the above Courses or any Special Course by arrangement

Individual Instruction.

Reduced Fees. Tuition' by Post

Prospectus, containing 1935 Revised Scjle oí Feus, may be obtained on application. gtSiwa:ll

""TORMORE HOUSE,

NORTH ADELAIDE.

Boarders Assemble and New Pupils Attend for Examination on Monday, February 8. Classes Re- sume Works, Tuesday, 9th. at 9 p.m. Miss Jacob at home on January 20, 21, 22.

A Demonstration in the new and perfect system of dealing with Iced Dishes will be given on Thursday, Fcbmary IS, 11 a.m., by Miss IL Tucker; fee, 7/0. g22-5aiuc

Wanted to Seil

LYSAGHT'S

GALVANIZED IRON

"ORB" and "REDCLIFFE," "QUEEN'S HEAD,"

.'FLEUR-DE-LIS"

(Of British Manufacture).

Notwithstanding the great dislocation of trade caused by HIL war, FULL SUPPLIES OF IASAGHTS IRON cap still be obtained from all leading Ironmonger«, Store!.eepers, and Timber

Merchants throughout Australia, at MOST REA-

SONABLE PRICES. m343iua:67

LETITIA CAKE

Cd._3. RUNDLB-STREKT. rollaiuo

NEW BEALE.

Ball-bearing. Sewa back- wards and forwards. Takes parts same as the Singer. Tree catalogue*. Fifteen j cars' guarantee. Cash or terms. Why I sell at half-price-No manager, no canvasser«, no collec- tors, no commissions paid

to an} one.

BEALE. 112, Grenfcll-st. (corner Arcade).

^*^*_m342:3ti """SEWING MACHINES

Don't pay hiarh prices for Scaring Machines these bad tiinc3. No "'Sewing Machine is worth £14. Call on me. I will shotv you invoices landed cost, and only charge you a'nominal rate of interest On my outlaj.

6-DRAVraß DROI'DEADS ., " .. £6 10/' t C-DRAWER DROPHDADS." £8 10/ ¡ Scores of Singer's and others from 30/.

Written guarantee. Freight paid. , *

J. MALONEY,

23-ARCVDE (off Ríindle-ítrcc:). mlJe

THRELFALL & COOK

80a PIRIE-STREET.

ADELAIDE.

TAILORS AMD OUTFITTERS

CLEARING SALE

of

MEN'S HATS and MERCERY,

Commencing February ,2.

PRICES GREATLY REDUCED.

TAILORING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES

CARRIED OUT.

OUR PRICES IA'RE REMARKABLY

LOW.

'PHONE 2700.

OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS.

_ml43-5aiue

TriE HOME

OF VALUES

TAILORING BARGAINS.

SAC SUITS TO MEASURE

with

AN EXTRA PAIR OF TROUSERS

FREE.

For 40/.

SAO SUITS TO MEASURE, _ in

WORSTEDS AND ALL-WOOL TWEEDS,

Usually sold at 75/ and 84/. for

65/ and 70/ for 50/,

59/8, and 63/.

Write for Samples, Measurement Form*

and Tape.

BARGAINS IN ALL LINES

GENT'S CLOTHING. MERCERY,

UNDERWEAR. HOSIERY, SHIRTS.

HATrd, BOOTS,

RUGS, and TRAVELLING WARE.

OUR ONLY ADDRESS

COOK, SON. & GO.

TAILORS AND MEN'S MERCERS

{J. Cook. Proprietor, late Tireifall ara*

. Cook),

». HTÄDLEY-STREET.

CORKER LEIGH-STREET. ADELAIDS

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Special concession to country customer», all orders over £2 in value vrill be sent carriage paid by ua to any part.

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Public Companies. _________________________

ADELAIDE CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY,

LIMITED.

GENERAL STOREKEEPERS,

ANGAS AND NELSON STREETS, ADELAIDE.

Established 1868.

NOTICE TO MEMBERS.

IIALF-YEARLY ELECTION OF' OFFICERS (Rule

26), March 6 to 11, 1915.

NOMINATIONS for the Offices of PRESIDENT, TREASURER, COMMITTEEMEN (2), AUDITOR (1), must be in the Secretary's hands before 6 p.m. on WEDNESDAY, 24th February, 1915.

RETIRING OFFICERS (all eligible for

re-election) :

President-Mr. Harry Dickson Gell, .J.P., F.C.P.A., Public Accountant, Glenelg. Treasurer -Mr. Henry Adams, J.P., Secretary, Wayville. Commiteemen (2)-Mr. Harry Jackson, M.P., Laborer, Underdale; Mr. George Donald Thomp- son, Dairy Farmer, Kilkenny. Auditor-Mr. Harry Robin Guerin, F.S.A.S.A., Accountant, St. Peters.

HALF-YEARLY GENERAL MEETING Of MEM- BERS will be held in the Hall, 35, ANGAS STREET, Adelaide, on THURSDAY, March 11, at 7.30 pju.

By order Committee of Management,

J. A. 08OATH, Secretar?. February 10, IQIö. 42-3,55

if LDER, SMITÎÏ] & COT, LIMITED.

NOTICE is hereby given that the ORDTNARY HALF-YEARLY GENERAL MEETING of the SHAREHOLDERS of ELDER, SMITH, it CO , LIMITED, ' will be held at the REGISTERED OFFICE of the Company, Cume-street, Adelaide, on Friday, 26th February, 1915, at 32.30 p.m., for the purpose of receiving the Report of the Directors, and transacting any other business m accordance with the Articles of Association.

A DIVIDEND for the past half-} ear at the rate of 10 per cent, per annum on the paid-up capital of the Company, has this day been declared, and win be pajafcle at the Registered Office of the Company, Currie-street, Adelaide, on March 1st

next.

The BOOKS OF TRANSFER will be CLOSED from FEBRUARY 22nd to March 1st, 1015, both

dates inclusive.

By order,

HORSLEY CHAPMAN, Secretary. AdcHde, February 2, 1915. 3t,41iu57

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JOTICE OF EXTENTION TO CEASE CARRY-

ING ON BUSINESS IN SOUTH AUSTRAUA.

'. TUE METROPOLITAN ACCIDENT FIRE and GENERAL INSURANCE COMPANY, LIMITED, by its Attorney, RICHARD .WILLIAM BENNETT, hereby çiws NOTICE, pnfsuant to Section 205 of "The Companies Act, 1S32," that it »/ill vblun. tarfly CEASE to carry on BUSINESS in the Stafc of SOITH AUSTRALIA on and after MONDAY, the 31st day of May, 1915.

Dated this 11th day of February, 3015.

STOCK & BENNETT,

SolidtoxB for Richard William Bennett, the Attor-

ney in South Australia for the Metropolitan Ac i-idoi t Fire and General Insurance Company,

Limited;_42-4

OUT!! AUSTRALIAN GAS COMPANY.

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NOTICE is hereby (riven that the Directors have resolved that a C\LL (the fifth), of TEN SHIL- LINGS TER SHARE (making such Shares paid up to £3) be made on the new issue of Shares in the above Company, Nos. 50,001 to 100,000 inclusive, and such Call is Payable at the Office of tile Company, No. 00, King: William-street, Adelaide, on the first day of June. 1015.

Interest on overdue calls becomes chargeable at the rate of £12 per centum per annum.

In case any Shareholder refuses, neglects, or .declines to pay any call, and the interest ac- crued thereon within two calendar months next after the day appointed for payment of the same, the Directors may forfeit nny shares a» to which any such default shall have been made,

and all previous payments made in respect there,

of shall thenceforth be absolutely forfeited.

Bv order of the Board.

ALFRED DAWKINS, Secretary. 90, King William-street,

Adelaide, 11th Fobruary, 1015. _

EXECUTOR AND TRUSTEE

COMPANY, LIMITED. CAPITAL-£250,000.

SUBSCRIBED-£50,000.

DIRECTORS:

W.- L. WARE (Chairman).

G. W. BAGOT. E. H. BAKEWELL. W. G. DUNCAN. II. W. HUGHES.

The lion. JOHN LEWIS. SLL.O.

Here arc a few of the ADVANTAGES of »p pointinj; a Company as Executor:

1. Permanency and Continuity. The Company never dies; it goes on for ever.

2. The position of the Company can always be ' ascertained, and the whole of- its captial stands for the protection of interests committed to its

care.

8. Its directors are well-known men, peculiarly fitted for training and experience for the respon- sibilities they have undertaken.

4. The Company's charges are rcfrulatcd by Act of Parliament, arid arc 'very modérate.

REGISTERED OFFICE

So. 13, ' KING WILLIAM-STREET, ADELAIDE.

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100 Ladies' Glace "Via" 'Sioes, worth

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100 Plain Bluch , Solid, 1/11.

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