No corrections yet
Will bo diypatc-hcd at an early «late for
Carrying First and Second Saloon Passcni^trs. For feres and further particular) appl\ t»
ELDER, SillTII, 4: CO., LLMITUD, Agente.
' yAIL STEAMERS
PLYMOtTH and LONDON.
DCRBOi. C\PE TOWN, and COLOMBO.
t- ter Sailing Datei and First, fcecond, and Third
CUm Fare» apply
' M. Q. ANDERSOS, Agent,
6, King Williani-irtreet, Adelaide. _153weocxl60c
EVERY IBBEÏ WEEKS
AMERICA AND ENGLAND
' EON'OMJLtJ AND SAN FR\NC1«30, REACHING J
LONDON IN 29 DAIS. , Rciular Sailings from Sydney SIERRA, SONOMA, VENTURA. » each 10,000 tons, 17 knot»,
?ailing dates on application.
PACIFIC PORTION OT TRIP
Includes call at Pago Pago (Samoa), typical ol | »II that is most interesting of South Sea Islands. ' and Honolulu, acknowledged the norld over as
the most beau tif jl ¿pot in the entire Pacific. 6>on * Francisco, the terminal port, according to Lord
Bryce, is one of tile most beautifully situated cities in tie whole world. It is onl£ IO days' travel from London and l8 dajs from "ko i kains,
fntendms p.ssensrera mast produce Government Passports before tickets can be issued.
SYD .NEY TO S\N FRANCISCO IN 13 CAYS.
STERCHINGEABLE REf URN TCSÍ.TS.
ACROSS THE CONTINENT.
mclodes visits to Yoietnite \ alley, Grand Canyon, Tellowstone Park, Rocky Mountains, N'a"" ralla, Hcdeon River, ¿re. ROUND TUS WORLD tn conjunction with all Suez and Cape Lines. All particulars from Agents,
?^ mcilwraith, mce^chabn*. & co.
Proprietary, Limited, Astent«,
lfiiweoc 157, 119, King William-street.
, TASMANIA AND NEW
-, From MELBOURNE to L\UNCESTON.
LOONGANA, Mondavi, Wednesdays, Friday*. MELBOURNE to BURNIE .nid DEVONPORT.
OONAH, Tuesdays and Fridays.
tADNEY TO I10BAUT.
STONEY TO NEW ZEALAND. * . SYDNEY TO AUCKLAND.
SYDNEY TO FUI AND SAMOA.
CANADA AND ENGLAND,
?. AKERJCA AND ENGLAND, \ia SAN" FRANCISCO. i For dites of Sailing, apply
UNION &S CO. OP N.Z.. LTD.,
J MACDONALD, HAMILTON, k CO., Agents,
) Register Buildings, Grenfell street. s ' ïl7co«cx255c
ELDEIVS TKl^TI H AND 1ÄECÜTOÜ COM-
' * NOTICC i« hcrp.iv ?he.i that Uie SIXTEENTH
ORDINARY GENERAL HALF-YE VWLY MUsTIN".
of the Shareholder- of Hie atone Comna«/ wPl. tv held at tin» REGISTERED OIT1CE OP THE CO<Mr\ANY, CURRIE STRLET, Adelaide, on WED XESDAV, 2»h April, 191S, at 12 noon.
I, If- receive the Directors' Rcpert anti the
iccpimts for the year ended 31st M-irch,
", - S. To pl"ct two D rc> tor« in the plice At Mr.
G. JJ. Pn>is"i ajid Mr. W. J. You«?, ^vho ^ rrtircs in afvordanco willi the previsions
of the Article» of Ai^oeiation, but who are rl ¡ernie for re-election, and offer then Selves occordincK ; a'» to lix the re iriuneration for the Directors,
' & To elc<t two Auditors in the place of , Messrs. T. Sievens ¡md G R. Anneil«,, who ' retire, but who arc eligible for re-election, , » «ind offci themselves according'; ; ¿Uki to
, St tlve remuneration for the Auditors for xjrt .;,.,~* , 4> W* i***
} Í. To consider any other bussaesB that "-may be
brought before the meeting, of ivliich due ^ notice shall have been given.
Bated thin 10th day of April, MIS.
lOl.TjM_OSWALD TIPPING, Jtaniger
."fiTLDER'S TRUSTEE AND EXECUTOR COJI- JO PANY, LLMITED.
NOTICE ii hereby given tliat the TRAXSFES HOOKS of the above Company will be CLOSED frum the 11th to 2Mb. April, 1818, both days in ? elusive. . - ?. ,
OSWALD TIPPING,, Manager. 29, Currie-strcct, Adelaide.
I~Ñ TUÉ" 5TÏTTËR OK TUE ÄDELAiDH
CRYSTAL ICH COMPANY, LIMITED
NOriCE ia hereby ¡riven that the CREDITORS I of the atioveiiamed Company are required on or before the Oth day of May, 1913, to send their SAMES and AM)ltESSES, mid the PARTICULAIS of tlifeir DEBTS Or CLVIUS, and the names aud addre'BCs of their solicifirs, if any, to the under îisned. Trank Herbert Moore Woolley, of Stram sbip Buildings, Curnc-strect, Adelaide, the Liqui- dator of the uU Company, and if so required by notice in writing from tne said liquidator, are V their solicitors or otherwise to come in and prove their said debts or claims at such time and place as shall be specified in such notice, or in default thereof, ihe.i will bu excluded from iiio benefit of any di«tributioii o: the asseU of i the said Company made be'ure such debts are
Dated the Ot.i day of April, ISIS.
lOl.^U FRVNK WOOLLEY. Liquidator.
Trustee and Agency Company
of S.A., Ltd.
Subscribed Capital -and Reserves .. .. £117,913 ? feecurity lodged with Government .. £15,00«
Estates and Trust Funds (over) .. £3,000,000
This* Company's (Sole Business is to Act as
EXECUTOR, TRUSTEE, ADMINISTRATOR, or
Write for our Booklet.
I,. A. JESSOP (Chairman). AV, HERBERT PHIL»
UBfPS. RICHARD SMITH, JOHN* BARKER, G. A. JURY, Ï. V. DAY.
Pastoral <.-lnd Aaricultural Inspector
Manager. E. W. TYILLTAMSON. Assistant; Manaçer. V7. W. CARTER. OFFICES-22, GRENTELlrâTREET, ADELAIDE. _ j _ 2JO0
, The Public Appreciation
Or THS SERVICES RENDERED BY
TRUSTEE AMD EXECUTOR
M AN EXECUTOR, TRUSTEE, or AGENT ii .videnced by the rapid ffrowtb. of the property entrusted to ita Care:
1911- £53,562 1913 - - - £525,268 1915--- £1,405,146 1917--- £2,460,347
lfrite for our BooUet, "Wil's ond Executors."
OSWVLD TIPPING. A.I.A.V., Manager. »' ti. Ourrie-street, Adelaide li3eowa
Short, Crisp Sentences About
In Scotland we leimt the "knack' tnxninjr out the "real thing:."
We've brought to Au*:ralia the finest & Scotch Recipe known. ft'
This recipe has boen adhered to tho- <$ roughly, and we know exactly what to Í3
Aus*rilia has jriven as be«t imrjwli'-itfa Ö pos-dM", including flne>t, freshest butter. &
Tnerc's something special in the hak- Ù ing, and vvc "do it to J. turn"-that's <3 our fx-dniníT. 0
Loch Lomond is dainty in appearance, g has i delightful flavor, and pleasing tasto, 9
A shorthre-id ricli in nutrurent, whole- 8 som", sitisfjin?, and appreciated. * 8
Patfted in airticlit tins, it reaches you 8 fresh and unbroken. 8
Ideal for afternoon tey., lunches, picnic?, 8 Infants, sold'ers* boxes. <¿
Say to vour graccr-"Send nie a tin X a! Loch Lomond Shortbread." X
_ _ Sîo :30A3 . 4_ ¡TV R A P R R 8" " PBJ S T I"> ö. \j The ADVERTISER CENEÍIAL PR1ÍÍTLNG OFFICE, fiend orders lor Fosters and Advertise
THE ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP
COMPANY, LIMITED I
will .dispatch Steamers from Port Adelaide, ni under, circuinttanqcs permitting:
POÍ1T5 LINCOLN, TUMBY, ARNO. WALLAROO,
R.MS. WANTUKA | Tue». I April 10 | 4 p.m.
PORTS LINCOLN, GERMEIN, TIRU!, NEILL.
S.S. O.UORNA, .. | Saturday \ April 13 i 4 p.m.
PORTS HUGUES, .WALLAROO,'AUGUSTA, ,
VICTORIA. J S.S. INVESTIGATOR... | Sat | April 13 i i p.m.,
To ensure shipment cmrgo should be alongsid» by l'j a.m. on bailing Days.
Special Tours, including hotel accommodation, drives, 4-e., arranged by the Tourist Bureau.
Freights prepaid to Ports Yicioria, Amo,
Tumby. Germein, XciU.
THE ADELAIDE STEAMSHD? CO., LTD..
Adelaide and Port Adelaide
^_ _ 125o
HOWARD SMITH, LIMITED, Managing Agent«.
Steamers -will leave Port Adelaide (cucum »tances permitting):
) EUMERELLA. 3 p.m., MELBOURNE DIRECT. > MONDAY, April 15.
> ' Cargo only. - HOWARD SMITH. LIMITED.
», Bane»William-street, Adelaide; %nd North
Parade, Port Adelaide.
Telephone Nos , Adelaide 5163, .8189; Port 232*.
Mcilwraith, McEacham's Line.]
FOR ALBANY AND FREMANTLE.
T.SS. KATOOMBA .. I Sat. | April 20 | -
FOR MELBOURNE AND SIDNEY. T.S.S. KATOOMBA.. .. | Thur. 1 May 2 !
In nccord.nce with War Regulations, passenger» must personally submit all Baggage for Customs examination ia Shed prior to embarking, other- wise no baggage will be received cn board.
Mcilwraith, mcEacharn. & co., pty., ltd.
(Managing Agents). Adelaide.
«S9c J. RAWLINGS & SON, Port Adelaide,
HUDDART, PARKER LINE.
.T.S.S. ZEALANDIA. 7,000 Tons, SATURDAY, April 13th, 2 p.m.
MELBOURNE AND SYDNEY.
.T.S.S. ZEALANDIA, 7,000 tons, THURSDAY, April 2áth, i p.m.
-'Carrying 1st, 2nd, and Srd Class Passengers. Wireless Telegraphy.
Refrigerator Cargo carried.
Carpo booked through to Perth.
NEW ZEALAND P 0 R-T S. Particulars on application.
Saloon Passenger Tickets interchangeable with pthcr .ntcr-State Companies, subject to conditions.
I72c D. ii .1. FOWLER. LIMITED, Agents. I
MELBOURNE STEAMSHIP CO.
ai!! di^jetíh (cireumsUimes permitting): O". FRL'jr.VNTLL 1 1V DIMBOOLA,
ferili, tran-b.ppinz 1 FRIDAY, Ma/ Srd, 'or Bunbury, Gerald- f al 2 p.m.
t'-n), ' J rrcrn Queen's Wharf
rird Class Parson}
i i s.s. unru . I THU.US.. ISt!
I at 1 p.« J , Queer's
Tir^t Saloon and Third Clase Passcnjreri. only.
i i s.s. unruonLA,
Ml-ABOURAK, * I THU.US.. ISth April, SYDNEY. f at 1p.m.
NEWCASTLE, - J , Quwr's Wharf.
(No Melbourne C'-inro.)
All piVRWneers' lusgace must be submitted lor examination bv.-Ci'stoms.
tFitted ivith Wireless Telegraphy.
MKLBOURNi: ¡STEAMSHIP CO.. LTD.. PORT.
Geo Wills 4: Co., L::,»ited, Poísenjr-r Agents, No. sz. Grcnfell-strc«, Adelaide; Edwin H. l,r~oU.v. Hr.><"n Hill. ?)Sc
Freight and landing chaises prepaid.
ARDROSSAN.-WELLINGTON s.iils SATURDAY.
' It. FKlCJvER- & CO.
RICHARD MITCHELL & 00.
EXPERT FURNITURE PACKERS AND
SLING XRSNSPOUT A'.ANS for Country and Intcr-state Removals either by rail or boat to au}- address, wituout reloading.
Special Storage Accommodation Carpets Cleaned by Machinery. Head Office, No. 1, Ciirrie-st.
Depots-Unley, Hyde Park, Sojth-terrace, and
Téléphone, Central 4310 (5 lines), and Port 517.
' AND CO.. LIMITED,
HEAD OFFICE-TELEPHONE 8150.
MICE-END-For Heavy Luggage,
luggage, and Shipping.50104 lines PIItlE-STREET-For Motor. Cars,
Li"ht Vehicles, and Ambulances ..5020 and 50>i For Port Adelaide Cartage .... Port 2017 3 lines _._2lTo_
KOrE <Ü C3 C5
FOBiTSIE EXPERT FURNITURE REMOVERS,
OUSTOMS. FORWARDING, SHIPPING. AND
MAGNIFICENT STORAGE ACCOMMODATION.
Te'ephone^-Head Office, Marlborough Chambers, j
Wavmcutli-street (Accountant), ÓS03; Mile-End, (Tran». 3153; Port Adelaide, 2016. BOogee
H. Graves & Co.
RaUnay and General Carriers. Baggage, Customs,
and Shipping Agents.
'Phone 70S, Head Oiñce, Austral Chambfrs, Our rio-stree:; Thone 6CO0 (3 lines), Mile-End, Cart- ing, Bagging, and .Shipping; 'Phone 2019 (2 i'.«!OS). Pbrt Adelaide, Carting, Customs, Sx.;
'Phono 92?. Parcel Depot, Gouger-strect. First ch« StoMgc ^ccommodition at our new Brick and Iron Premises. Conger-street. ,_18Ioiyee
EVERY DAY IS MOVING DAY
RING UP 'PHONE 31«, 317, OR SSi.
Special Transport A ans for Country and Inter-
Motor Charabancs and Dracs for Píenlo Partie«,
HEAO OFFICE and STORAfJE ROOMS-GIL BERT-VLACK, ADELAIDE (roar of Bowman's Arcade). Also at Edmund-street and Kent-terrace, Norwood. 30o woe
FROM 3; O EACH.
Food and Liquid remain Hot for 24 boura
and Cold for 8 days.
BROWN AND NICKEL FINISH-S pt., 3/0; 1 pt., 4,'G; IS pt., 0/C; 1J pt., 6/6¡ 2 pt.,
REFILLS-} pt., 2/C; 1 pt., 3/0; li pt.,
4/0; 1J pt., 6/; 2 pt., 0/G each.
POSTAGE-J pt. and 1 pt. Flasks, 9d. each;
1J, lî, and 2 pt. Flas-ks, 1/ each.
FLAVEL& Sous, Lid..
211-218, Rundle-street. Adelaide
DR A P E R S' P It I X I 1 S G.- I
The ADVERTISER GENERAL PRINTING'
OFFICE. Send orders for Posters and Advertise- j menta, J
JAMES MARSHALL & COÏVEPAÎÎY, LD/TITED.
POPULAR AND DESIRABLE SILKS.
fACK CniFFON TAFFETA, for beauty and riicen of finish the« Silk Chiffon Taffetas cannot well
be outclassed. They have a brilliance and lustre that olaaseâ the eyes. 10 indies wide,
. _ «i'll, 7/11. S'il. 10/6, 12,0, 13.6, and 17,0 vara
-BlíACK PAILLETTE, cidth 40 inches. A good, soft. All-Silk of fine twilled -weave, beautimlly
lustrous, exceptional good values at 7/11, S, 11, 10, tí, 12, ö, 15 6, and 17/6 yard
BLACK JAP SILK, width 27 inches, very strong, more ddrable than many oth^r Silks, fine, bril-
liant, and pretty-Winter Weight, 27 inches wide, 2/11, 3/6. 3/11, a/0, 4/11 yard; 30 inches
mae. 3/11, i¡&, 4/11, 5/11, Of 11, 7/11 yard
Bi.LDI.V0'S BLACK AND NAVY SILKS AND SATINS, 30 inches wide, a dtfiinble fabric of oeauty,
richness, and weight, one that will give good sprviee, «ear guaranteed, 15/0, 17/6 yard
SKINNER'S BLACK SATINS, a splendid'heavy grade of fine Silk, one of the best Black Dress
Silks we ever listel, 33 inches wide, 13/0 and 13/6 v-ard
COLORED PAILLETTES are fabrics of strength, will wear and wear-suitable for many purposes,
40 inches wide, 4/11 and 5 11 yard (old prices)
COLORED CHIFFON TAFFETA. 40 inches wide. The Taffeta wcavo leads all others. It istno
universal choice of this teason's Silks, suited for all 'purposes for which Silks arc used, 5/11,
0 11, 7.11, 8/11, J0/C, and 12/6 yard
STRIPED SILKS for Blouses. A wonderfully neat and smart Silk for Bkmses, &c, will wash and
wear splendidly, 27 inches wide, 3/11; 36 inches wide, 4/11 yard.'
THREE PRACTICAL HATS FOR PRESENT WEAR.
USEFUL HOLIDAY HAT. FELT-VELOUP. FINISH, TRIMMED CORDED SILK, RIB- BON BAND, V.LL COLORS, PRICE 19/0.
SMART READY-TO WEAR FELT ATÏLQUR finish, banded, corded S.Ik riobon to tone, all colors, Prie« 51/.
SMART READY-TO-WEAR FELT HAT, scam across crown, smartly banded, corded ribbon, all colors. Pnce 7/11 each.
- DEPENDABLE-PKA CTÏOAL-POPULAR.
EMBRACING ALL THE DESIRABLE FEATURES OF FASHION-CORRECT Ef STYLE-RICH IN
' QUALITY-JGXTNSn E IN VABLSTY.
SPECIALLY KEEN VALUES.
COLORED GABARDINES in a fall rango of smart and fashionable shades, double width, -3/U,
0 0, StZl J.ird
HERRINGBONE SERGES, in the latest colors, double width. 6;0 yard
DOUBLE-WIDTH DIAGONALS, in binare up-to-date colore, 5/11; AU Wool, 7/11 yard
COLORED ROXANA, all pure Wool, a. material that will give splendid wear, latest 6'aades, 7/6
ALL-WOOL KREMLAINE, for between-scasons Frocks, in dainty colors. Black included, double
width, S/Î1 vard
60-LVni GABARDINES, for Raincoats, vcrv special, at 14/6 yard
«-INCH VELOURS, for Top Coats, Wine, Burgundy. Mole, and Rbcfc, 23/0 yard
ALL-WOOL VENETIAN CLOTH, in winter shade?, for Coat and Skirt near, 21/ yard
VELVETEENS, m Cord« and Plain«. Our extensive variety ia well -\vor:h inspection.
TWO SMART FRONTS.
DRESSY TROST in WHITE ORGANDIE MUS- LIN', edged .wita Pink, Sky, or Blue, or AU White,
ss sier.Èh, Price 2/11.
- - K "l'^ärü. W T .>"">
USEFUL WHITE ORGANDIE EMBROIDERY FRONT, Mlislin back; nil taped and ready to wear. Price 1/11, as sketch.
ROUND GAMES FOR WINTER EVENINGS.
Games that make dull hours pass away. Lots of fun and laughter. Marshall's have an unusually large variety of Fascinating Games that'promise heaps of enjoyment to both old and young. * From this extensive selection we quote:
Football, Golf, Aeroplane, Time, Fla^S of the World, Courtship and Marriage, Tiddley Winks, Ludo, Cricket, Draughts, Lotto, Word-Making, Peter Codrtlr, Halma. Ludo, Bicycle, Yacht Race, Motor Hide, Snakes and Ladders, Coiner, Australi.ui Navy, Boy Scouts, Dominoes, Sportsman and Rabbit, Dug-outs and Trenches, Steeplechase, Fairyland, &c.
DRAUGHTS, 7id., 1/, 1/3, 1/0. Boards, 7Jd. and 1/3. Ping-Pong, 6/6, 9/6, 12/6. DOMINOES, 1/", 1/0, 2/8, 6/0, 9/0. Double Nine. a/0.
BILLATELLE, 13/0 and 13/ set. Rope Quoits, Practice Sets, 5/6. Tournament, 6/6. Pegs, 3/0
FOOTBALLS FOR THE BOYS Solid Leather, complete with Lining. No. 1. 3/6; 2, 5/9: 3. 0/6;
4, 7/9; School, 9,0; Match 11, 12/6. Extra Linings, 1 and % 1/3; 3 and 4, 1/9; 5 and 0,
2/3 each. 1/ anl 1/0 each
and 1/0 each
This section U now showing a wide range of
fino quality goods.
Long Handle and Table-top Umbrellas, from 6/6
to 20/ '
Smart Colored Shower-proof Parasols, for present
wear, in shades of Navy, Royal. Cardinal, Cerise, Mole, Nigger, Champagne, and Saxe, &e. These are beautiful goods, and are made from heavy Al)-Silk Gro-Grain, 25/ to 20/ each
Smart '"Militaire" Umbrellas. This is a most
popular style, and can bo teen in great variety, prices ranging from 14/G to 30/
Strong and Useful Crook Handle Umbrellas, prices
4/0 to 30/.
QUALITY AND VALUE.
LADIES' BOX CALF LACE BOOTS, smart, per-
fect-fitting, stout sewn soles, price 30/9 pair
ALL-PATENT«COURT SHOES, smart French last,
finished neat square buckle, price 21/ pair
CLOTH-TOP BUTTON AND LACE ROOTS, patent
Golo^hc«. special value, 25/ pair
ALL-GLAOE KID LACE BOOTS, plain fronts,
pump poles, easy fitting, 7} and S inches high, price 27/0 pair
MEN'S ALL-WALLABY LACE BOOTS, patent
caps, welted sobs«, price 21/ pair
MEN'S TAN WILLOW HIDE DERBY LACE
BOOTS, welted soles, large punched goloshes, 22/G pair
WINTER CLOTHING FOR WIEN.
is best bought at Marshall's. We have full stocks of desirable and useful Garments for pre- sent wear, including SUITS and OVERCOATS /or the colder davs.
MEN'S PYJAMA SUITS, double sewn, easy fitting, in good Washing Cloths, Smart Patterns, all
si/es. Prices 6/11, 7/11. 8/11, 9/11, to 33/6
MEN'S TWEED TROUSERS, well tailored, strongly sewn, in a variety of useful Tweeds,
Worsteds. A-c. , Prices 11/6, 13/6, 15/6, 17/0, to 25/
DAY TROUSERS, in Colton Tweeds, Denims, Drills, &e., prices 4/11, 5/11, 8/11, 7/11
MEN'S SAO SUirS. Marshall's specialise in Smart Tailor-made Sac Suits, reallv for service.
We stock a wide range of sizes to St normal or abnormal figures. Suits that will please the most critical dressers in Choice Weaves and Colorings, prices 43/6, 59/6, OS/, 09/6, 75/, to
WARM AND SERVICE GIVING CLOTHING FOR BOYS AT
We offer the Newest Productions at Prices most Economical. Garments that will give every
BOYS' SCHOOL SUITS in a variety of Ualf-beltcd Models, «eil trimmed, good fitting; the Ma-
terials comprise Flannels, Tweeds, Homespun, Cheviots, &c. Prices 15/0, 17/6, 19/6, 22/6. to 4-")/. I BOYS' SHOWER-PROOF OVERCOATS. Stylish Coat«, for small Bovs, fitted with Militarv Col-
lar, full skirt, Ohe.dc or Italian Cloth, lined in Fawn, Gabircords, Ac. Prices 17/6, 19/6, 22/6, 25/, to 10/.
BOYS' SCHOOL KNICKERS, strongly sewn, good fitting, in hard-wearing Tweeds, &c Prices
8/11, 4/0, 4/13, 5/6, to 0/6.
BOYS' PYJAMA SUITS. We give special value *in Winter Pyjamas for Bovs, stronglv sewn,
fitted with girdles, in smnrt Flannelettes, Winceys, &c Prices 4/11, 5/6, 5/11, 6/6.
CT«BI-m»»1^rwmj.1 in ». i .ii ^n»»^M-»~--?.,.~-..;
19 ESSENTIAL FOR THE PRODUCTION Or
IN OfR HACKNEY CVTHNET WORKS tl*on<ar.d« of pourdi worth of SOUND, WELL SEASONED TIMBER is stacked, fim which \LL THE FURNITURE WE SELL 13
IN ADDITION TO OCR FURNITURE DISPLAY, WE ARE SHOWING A P VRTICTJUVRLY FINE RANGE OF DECOR VTÍVI'. HOME PIECES LV PALM AND PEDESTVL STANDS, JARDINIEREá, INDI VN BEVARE«, .RRiSifA ARE. VASES. AND «POTTERY, INCLUDING A
FINE RANGE OF DUTCH POTTERY.
Fill Your Requirements NOW! I
THE "HATHAWAY" BEDROOM SUITE,
Precisely as shown in v/etl
seisoned Oak .. .. - .. for
For this ray get a eolidly built Bedroom Suite, coropriiîin«; Wardrobe, full hihgir« space, and large Drawer, uell panelled ends and door; Dressing Chest, with swing bevelled Mirror, Drawers, &e.; Washstand with tiled top and back. Towel Rails at each end; full size. 4 ft 0 in .Bedstead to match, with rope «lie raised end Wire Wattress attached; Ctne seat'ed Chair. The complete Room, as derailed, in Oak, finished anv color desired,
for .:. £21
.JAMES MARSHALL & CO.'
COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS.
Wanted to Buy.
Coder this heading (ii jxepsid), 13 wurdi vat
insertion, 1/i three ln«ertion». t/8._ ALL the year round we Purahass SecondhaniS
Sacks, of every description.-Peono & Co., Frankiin-st. 'Phone <U9f>. GC70
A LMOND Kernels Bought, in any quantity; -¿3. highest pr/es given.-H. Tandy, The Candy Store, near cr. of King William and Hindley *U. _._(130c
. A RTIFIOrAL Teeth, Jewellery wanted (any XX condition, broken or sound), Old Gold, Sil- ver, Platinum, '. Clothing, Boots, Valuables '.Bought; hijheat 'prices; «pot casli.-Elliott, 7Î, Grote-st, nearly opposite Tivoli. 'Phono £007.
ANY Quantity! Furniture, Pianos, Bought,
prompt, cash. Highest prices.-P Small, Fiindtrs-st. * GZ19oo'vo
A LL Empty Kiwi, Nigger, Nugget Tina uid -iX Bottlts Bought.-F. Fisher te Sons,, LCigh street, off Hindley-strcet._G101-3
A-WANTED, ^2 dor. Rabbit Traps must b*»
cheap. Apply Ray, 3, Hamley-st., off Sturt-st, Adelaide. _G_ BONES.-Top Price!, given, prompt settlement,
delivered Torrensville Works or Truck*, Mile-End.-Adelaide Chen.ical Co., Currie-st.
GO It S I S H BOILER.
Wanted, Cbrnis'nt-Boüer, 22} it. x 6 (about), certificate 75 lo. steam pressure. Stace price, par- ticulars.
HARRY KNOX & CO..
C.OO-100.2 di, King Wniiam-atreet, Adelaide.
TT'URXlTURE Baught, best prices offered, loree * ' or s'nal] quantities.-Londrigan &' Co., 65, Flmdcrs-gt., 'Phone Í7J5_G9ic
ITiUllNITüRE, Machine», Vehicles, Harness, any
? quantity, Spot Ca*lu-P. li. Daley, ofE Way inouth-at 'Phone 1760. '_G24S0
I" jVURNITURE, Piano3i"&c, bought, highest cash
price; consult us before selling.-Arthur Short, 23, Frapkhn-st. 'Phone 4468. 0190c HIGHEST prices given lor Cast Iron and Cast
bteel Scrap, in any fttíaIltltie^., Telephone the Manager, Central 46S0, * Cannody's, Limited, Port-rd., Hindmarsh. +- , GTSc
OLD Zmc, Lead, Copper, Scrap Case Iron--A.
Simpson -&'Son, Ltd., cash buyers, Gawler
OFFERS will be received for all Rubble and I
3- t ' h us. Do - 12'i, lan: cry, Dim den. ApplyJKcrnick, Port-rd-, HindnurJi. PlOO-f OIL Engine, lu h.p., Hornsby, Tangje, o¡
Blackstone.-Chas. 0. Delana, 117, King Wil- liam-st_j_ G100-1
PJANOLA Piann~or Player Piano, £S-note, any
make, State prie* to "Sulphide," this] office._G101-3
IJIANO, Lipp or good maker. Particulars to j
"Olef," tau oilice._G100--2
ÎÎLAYER Piano, Ka-it-Jto, Stect <pre!erred; ato .
Cottage ¡Piano, about £80; German make
preferred.-"Pneumatic," ; this olhce._G100-2
P-LOUGH, 3-furrow, S.Î., light. Quote price j
and make to P. Doley, O'iTailoran IIilL _?? _G 99-101
PIANOS, Wanted, *2 good ilistntments. Slate
once and mikcr'a nains, to "Zolo," this
office._0 38-109 '
13-LANO wanted; must be very cheap; want to I
pav cash for cheap piano, any sort. "Usable," this clfice._G94-1»!
Í3HONOGRAPH and Records wanted, stitc make
and condition; also Child's Cot.-"Records,"
PIANOS.-We have a few clients wanting to Buy
for spot cash. Maker's names and price to 8. Marshall & Sons, IVA, Gawler-pL* G283c
T5IAN0, by Bord, or similar maker, suitable A^ for bejinuer;-must bo cheap. Apply "Foi Beginner," this office._* G1Q1-3 '
IJtRT» ATELY, SeeotAlhand Clothing, Se.,* good]
esEdltion, highest price airen, " jet:«rs. | pnroels. pioraptlv attended.-"Mab," 78, Hilifas st.. citv. " _G-39?o*r310
CECÖNDIIV.YD ahaff Bags.-I Am a Oash Buyer *3 ut Full Market Batts. Special attention to coMÎgamecis.-Charlei Whiting,- grain sale» man. Franklin-st.-_GBS-103
SOME fcccondbnnd Eelctno Dynamos. Genera-
tors, or Auto-Spaxker?, from 6 to 12 voits. -"Generator." this office. G100-2
jQEWINO Machinn wanted, any goodiKsie. for O spp*. irash.-^ealc, 132, GrcníeU-siá, corner Arcade.'j-y '»._ .-.GS9-112
iÇJEPATNÎ/ Machljv, any good make, ' pay cask K3 ''SuiUble for dressmaker. Send particularj t» ''itaciiaa," th'.s.omce.__^ ___^_G00-101_ rKVÂÎLOS'3 Pressing' Block* and Irons.-Dyeing -If_King, IIntt-st.,-Crt.r. ';_G_ rFUNES WiNÍ^Í-Want-íd^ "¡Tank Stçad, with -*) Timk of 'fiok/ltss than 2,000 'gSPLl t-tafcio-:
agc of* tame, and price to include either lor de- livery at "Kalyra," Belair, or delivery taken from present owner. All tenders to be ia 'ay noon rriday. April 12, 101S.
JAMES BROWN 3IEMORIAL TRUST,
_ GjKUOl_22. GRENFELL-STREET.
TtTANTED to Buy, several 400-gallon Old" Iron VV.Tanks, to make horse-feeders; price, ire Geo. Hr»r-o'i. Stt-cyard Creek. _G"9:.ü2
WANTED, Typewriter, in gjod order anJ con-
dition, and up to-date machine; state lowest price.-1. Regent-st. Parkside._GflO-101
WANTED to Buy, Pianos and Organs, any con.
ditton; highest price given. Applv "Neur Arrival," this office._G90-101
WANTED, 5,000 good Rooted Briars. Price,
&C, "Briars," this office._G96,0,101
VïfÂNTED, Secondhand Canvas Tent, 10 "ft. x . V T , 12 ft. ; Iron and Wooden Barrows, Pieles, Shovels. Maddock«, Wheeling Boards, Lightning ¿aw, 76 Hammers. 2 Snigging Chains. 2 14-fC Ladders, 2J-in. Rope-"P.S.," tnis oifice.
"IXJANTED to Buy, Dover Store, bath, gutier V* intr, down piping, water pipe?, doors, tim ber.-"Builder." thU office._ClOl-3
'ANTED, Invalid Chair. ¡Price, particulars,
Dr. Hill, Brookman's Building, Grenfell-st. _G_ WANTED. <i few Tons Slior Hay, Oaten pre
- ferred. Apply V. Wright, Mylor.
ïTANThD to Buy, Pic Wanner, not too T large.-Ozone Cafe, Glenelg. 'Phone 176.
____ _ _ GOO-lfrl
WANTED to Buy, secondhand Singer Machine,
pcricot order.-"Machine," this office.
\XrXxTED to Buy, Chocolate Mculds, or Con » V fcetioncr's Small Complete Plant; full par MriuVrs.-"Carrimcls," ¿his office._» O T\7ANTED~to Buy, Boifer. 30 "h.p., mast bo in * », good condition. Apply Laundries, Ltd., Bowden._G103-2 _ WY ANTED to buv, Briars, :0>» Unrooted briars »V, at once. Apply by letter, M. K. William
sou._Seaton Park._G100-2 , t X7 ANTED TO BUY, ö or 10 GALLONS OF j
' V FRESH MILK DAILY, FOR BROKEN HILL, i
from the Northern Districts of South Australia. J Apply, '¡feitim; price, to "Cash," G.P.O., Bro'sen Dili. Cans provided._GlOO-1 I
VX7ANTED, Small Screw-cutting Lathe, complete,
» » &b h.p. Oil Engine. Price, particulars, "Lathe," this office. G100-2
PLAIN* SPIRIT, WINE, AND CROWN BEER QTS^
2/ PLAIN CORK BEERS ...:..*.X/9 SPIRIT AND BEER, POTS .,-\/§
>rr ARE PREPARED TO ALLOW 1/ PER, DOZEN FOR COLLECTING AND RETURNING I OUR OWN "PICKAXE BOTTLES.'.' HlGHESt
PRICES CASES AND ALL OTHER BOTTLES. '
RAGS. 0/ CWT., BONES, 3/9 CïVT.
W*ARNING.-Any person using or trading in bottles which bear our "PICKAXE" brand, whe- ther SANDBLASTED OR MOULDED, will be pro cecded against. _
FRANK T. REED,
Adelaide Bottle Co-op. Co., Ltd., Southwark. .Phone 3S2S. G167c
Hotels For Sale and To Let.
Tf» 0 R S Ä li K, |
One of the Best Hotels
IN BROKEN HILL.
FRFE HOUSE. SEVEN TEARS' LEASE. IioiiMr good solid trade.
Strictest mwriiatton to genuine boyer. Apply first instance, n*
Q10!£!_ "SPOTSWOOD," G.P.O.. B.IT.
I>INTOULE'S UNION HOTEL, ÑHTLL, VIO
V TORIA, for Sale, by Tenders closing 20/411918. See advertisement Saturday's 'issue. Particulars on application to
093-103 RINTOULE'S EXECUTORS, Nhill.
A hiçhlv profitable business. Selling on account of ill beal'th.
Particulars on application to
MOODY, WINNALL, te STACE, 8, Waymouth-street, Adelaide.
HENT> TO THB
Advertiser General Printing
Drapery and Cliothmg.
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I ThcCSooi» Vai.ub4?xgbb
SAVE AND SERVE
BUY WAR LOAM .BONDS.
NEWEST COATS AND SKIRTS
,ARE NOW SHOWING. EXCELLENT STYLES.
LADIES' ALL-WOOL FINE COATING
SERGE COATS AND SKIRTS, BLACK AND NAVY, 70/6 and Mf; also 95/, 97/6, 105/, 119/6, 126/, 132/6-, 117/, 16S/,
SMART AND USEFUL COVERT COATS
AND SKIRTS, IN" GREENS and PAWNS, 49/6, 59/6, 63/, 65/, 69/6, 97/6, ' 105/, 130/, 132/6, 147/, 168/
LIGHTWEIGHT COVERT COATS AND
SKIRTS, 119/6. 126/, 130/, 147/, 168/
LADIES' WOOL GABARDINE CO Alb
AND SKIRTS, MOLE, FAWN, CREME, NAVY, AND BLACK, 95/, 119/6, 126/, 132/6, 139/6, 147/, 168/
LADIES' COATS AND SKIRTS, IN THE NEW TRICOTINE MATERIAL, NAVY, BURGUNDY, BOTTLE, SAXE, NIGGER, £7 7/. p
USEFUL COATS AND SKIRTS, Ja
CHEVIOT SERGE-, BLA-CK AND1 NAVY, 49/6, 59/6, Si/, 105/.
GABARDINE, JN FAWî^SHADES, 29/6
COtE^XS, IN FAWN-SHADES, 4^6
;TvV¿EEDS, ÍN GREY ONLY, 55/iP .,
FAWN .TRICOTINE, COLORED FAC
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT IN BET-
TER GOODS, INCLUDING MANY SMART MODELS, FROM 81/ IO 10 GUINEAS.
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT IN ALL
THE NEWEST MATERIALS.
MANY LINES ARE FUR TRIMMED.
COVERTS, from 29/6 to £10 10/.
TWEEDS, from 49/6.
VELOURS, from £5 5/.
KNITTED WOOL SPORTS.
ASSORTED STYLES, IN NAVY,
BROWN. SAXE, VIEUX ROSE, CHERRY, BLACK. ALSO OPENING CREME, 29/6, 35/, 42/, 45/, 49/6, 55/, 59/6, 63/.
A NEW DISPLAY OF NOVEL-
FASHIONABLE STYLES IN
SMART GOODS, IN LADIES' READY
BLACK HATTERS, PLUSH, IN NEW
SAILOR, ALSO DROOP, 19/6, 29/6, 39/6, to 63/
FASHIONABLE VELOURS, WHITE,
SAXE, NAVY, FAWNEELA, OLD BLUE, and NIGGER, from 10/6
SPLENDID ASSORTMENT IN LADIES'
AND GIRLS' FELT HATS, WHITE, BLACK, NAVY, NIGGER, MASTIC, SAXE. CHERRY, VIEUX ROSE, 7/11 to 17/6.
BUY. WAR LOAN BONDS
BUY THEM NOW.
Birks'Baily Special line
LADIES' BLACK CASHMERE
FINISH HOSE, 1/11 for 1/6.
THIS PRICE FOR TO-DAY ONLY. COUNTRY ORDERS BY RETURN r VOSS,
Drapery and Clothing.
Ia -aU. departments we are allowing High-OIass Goods tliat conform to the new season's demands. Our values clearly show that one need not pay heavily to secure either QUALITY or STYLE.
The New Blouses
One cannot help iieing struck with the charming styles of our Novelty Blouses. One very attractive feature . is that many of them are finished in
'the fine hand-work now so much in vogue. The designs are so varied that it is not possible to describe them other than to mention that all the newest colors are represented, and the fabrics include Ninon, Georgette, Crepe da Chene, »te. Of course the necks are «ut in Hound, Square, and V Shapes.
JAP. SILK BLOUSES-New Assort- ments are constantly arriving, and to- day -are can offer a good selection of
cíiie styles, 13/6, 15/6, 17/6 each.
ENGLISH TATTjOR-aIADE JAP. SILK SHIRT BLOUSES. 25/, 27/6, 29/6. These are perfectly cut and tail- ored, and at the marked prices are par- ticularly good value.
All Wool Golfers
These Coats pass every test;ûf work- manship, fit, and for that indefinable Quality called STYLE,, npon whick so greatly rests the money value. They are shown in Self, Navy, Brown, and Grey, price 35/.
ANOTHER LINE in Ivory, Navy, Brown. Red, with striped collar and cuffs is also priced at 35/.
OUTSÏZES -in' Black v with White Striped Collar and "Cuffs, - Navy with.
Red Stripe, Navy with Green Stripe,, Brow n with Blue Stripe, . arc priced at
We "have to emphasise the fact that these Golfers arc ALL PURE "WOOL, and aie priced on a remarkably .eco-
nomical îmsis. i
FINE. WOVEN OASHMEB/E GOLF- ERS, light -weight, in Sky, Light Saxe, Champágue,"Sand, Helio., 59/.
< , Au,*
_. A New.,Shipro,enlio£ . LADIES' VELOUkpIATisf
27/6 Each. »
READY TO AVEAR BLACK,
29 PIECES NATURAL SELF-COL- ORED COTTON FLANNEL, nice -«-eight, strone, cosy, and useful, suit pdIc for Pyjamas, Shirts, Bloomers, Night Wear, Red Crosá uses, &c, worth 3/9 per yard; 32 in. wide, SPECIAL PRICE Í5/ per dozen yards.
Special value Í3 offered in ALL WOOL ENGLISH SOFT COATING. This material is peculiarly adapted for present style*, possessing as it dpes a soft finish, and therefore very easy to pleat. A full range of beautiful colors now showing at our Dress Counter, ii in. wide, 8/11 per yard.
NEW FASHIONABLE ' SUITING TWEEDS.-Pretty mixed colorings and small neat designs, also Check Effects. These ate really very smart and the newest for Coats and Skirts, Sports Wear, &c, 51 in. wide, 17/6 und 18/6
BLACK AND WHITE SHEP- HERDS CHECK' SUITING.-This Chock is quite the vogue, and we ad- vise buying early, as the demand is veiy great, 52 in. wide, 10/6 yard.
ALL-WOOL CREAM DELAINE, Thoroughly shrunk and all pure wool, handles well in making up, retains its appearance, not «easing as readily as oiher materials, highly suitable for Dresses, Blouses, Day Wear, Night Wear, &c., 31 in. wide, 3/6 yard.
Re-Cover Your Down
Quilts before Winter. |
We have an excellent variety of | suitable Printed Sateens, li, 2/Ö,
»/, "/6 j ard. j
Veils ana Veilings
READY-TO-WEAR LACE VEILS, Black, Nigger, Saxe, Champagne, Síyrüe, 3Al, 5/0, 7/6, 0/6 each.
FRENCH BLACK AND GOLD AND BLACK AND COLORED VEILS, one only of a kind, exclusive goods, 6/6, S/6, lft/6, 12/C, 15,', 17/0 each.
VEILINGS per yard with Border,
in Black, Amethyst, Navy, Nigger,^ Saxc, 1/Ü, 1/11, 2/6 yard.
BLACK VEILING with Colored Bor- der, 2/3, 2/6, 2A1 yard.
Wö are showing a new range of HAIR SLIDES. COMBS, AND PINS, in. Shell, Demi-Blond, Grey, Blond, and Black. These goods are the latest dc bigns procurable.
SHELL AND BLOND HAIRPINS, in boxes of áix pins, as used in the latest modes of dressing the htur.
"BEST VALUE ALWAYS."
BUSY! BUSY! ALWAYS BUSY!
Your Home Furnished
ively In th
Are you thinking of Furnishing? Is Monev any object to you? TA) yon want
the BEST RESULTS for the LEAoT OU TLAY? If so, allow us to x\nmh your . Home in a manner and at a price that will be a' constant pleasure to you and a re- minder of the good judzment yon displayed when you decided to buy your Furni» ture at "THE BIG STORE."
,, SMART/STYLISH/TJP-TO-DA^'HOSÏE FURNISHING !
. That our Home Furnishing suggestions are good-that our abilities to carry ont home decorative schemes is recognise.!, ia clearly demonstrated by the quantity of ¡Furniture and Furnishings that pass through our hands yearly.
Let us Furnish >óur Home at a Saving Price!
ESTIMATES FREE !! , - -
Some Charming BEDROOM SUITES , lo be seeu in our Furnishing Dáviaioo TO» v
-THE GREYLEIGH" SUITE.
EXCEEDINGLY WELL BUILT OF SOLID AUSTRALIAN OAK, SPECIAL
PRICE ... .. ... £14 19/6 WARDROBE. 3 ft. 6 in. wide, with .one glass door, one wood panelled door and
one drawer, "cut-oiil"' pediment: DRESSING TABLE. 3 ft. wide, with fchre* large drawers and handsome landscape bevelled minor end Ac shelf; WASH STAND, 3 ft., with pretty tiled back, marble top, strong tow<>l rail, double-door cupboard. All fittincw arc of the kit eat patterns and <ire oxidised.
This Stute stand* clear of the floor, making, it porsible to eweep or dust nnder»
neath. Washstand. Waidrobc. and Dressing Table are panelled throughout^ th* f;ni=h is excellent. £H J0/6.
No. 11.1U-The- "GREYLEIGH" (Special) SUITE.-Tliia Suite fe similar to above;
> hut made t\ «th a 1 it. Wardrobe, tiitid making a larger suite. Budt In Australian
Oak, £17 15/.
No, 27-The "Gilwa- ' Three pit,p v.T7>KO'lM SUITE, oon->uîfn£>,of 3 ft. Wardrobe. '.
with one shflf <md hooka ira de, Jin*;» pu\e"cd j, ateglast* door, 3 ft Dressing Chest, vtth two drawers aid Î ft tU.ubr< >. n in ii" too Uoiî island, with large ctipbotrd Thm jc, ? rero<i*-l->nbi\ c unp suite at ía.c price Made in Rimu, with panelled ends to witliaUud the hot cu mato-Lightt (.19 19/6, Dark, £11 9/6.
No. 20-The "Ashton" BEDROOM SUITE, three pieces, consisting ot Wardrobe, I
'ft., with oue jarge drawer; 3 ft. (5 in'..'Dressing-Chest, with three drawers and
large bevelled mirror; 3 ft. 6 in. Wash stand, willi double row tiles.. WelLmade and good'value; Made in Blackwood, £22..
No. 41-The "Moderna" OVAL-MIRROR ED SUITE, of three pieces, viz.:-4 ft.
Wardrobe, .with one large'oval mirror und long drawer; 3 ft. 6 in. oval glass. three draivers, and two jcivel drawers in the Dressing Chest; 3 ft. 6 in. marbi top and oval tile-back vVashstand, wit h double cupjairdg. Well mad« finished throughout. Made in Blackwood, £23.
No. 28-The "Mission" Design BEDROOM SUITE, three pieces; 4 ft. 6 in. ¡War*
robe, one large glaBs door and two drawers; 3 ft. 6 in. Dressing Chest, three large drawers; 3 ft. 6 in. Washstnnd, double row tiled-back, and double cup.
board. Made in Australian Oak, £27 10/.
*o. 43-The "Argosy'' three-piece BED ROOM SUITE; 4 ft. 6 in. Wardrobe, two ,._
^arge beveled arch-top mirrors, one Jarge draivcr; 3 ft. Ô in Dreeing ChcaL" ^ with four drapers; 3 tt. 0 in. Double- row Tile Waslistand, with two tolHW drawers and one cupboard. Made in Australian Oak, £2S 15/.