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IF IT COMES from M'KINLAYS |
IT'S GOOD !
A Smart and varied range of. I.ailie.s'
. . ("oats, hi Velours, Tweeds, nml
other materials, plain colors,, ¡incl
' tmarX chocks, with .trimmings of|
. ; Cur nd new si Ilchings. Sizes,
: S.W., \V" and O.S.
A selection of' Ladies' Frocks, in now
? est materials, including wool .jer
sey and. wool repp., all latest] styles, made in straight lines
with pleats and panels, trimmed I . fur, stitching and contrasting]
colors. .To he had in all sizes.
LADIES.' KNITTED WOOL COS
TUMES and FROCKS,, also |
. three-piece SUITS, made in bram
ble mid plain wools, smart styles, | plain or with contrasting colors to lone; also heather mixtures. '
A ' Deaiitifill and Smnrt Selection of
LADIES' EVENING FROCKS, in v.. Chiffon, Velvet, Moire Satin, . also i, ? Brocaded Satin, finished with fur,
ostrich feathers,, and hand work.
IVA DIES''PELTS and VELOUBS, in
? assorted shapes and colors; Black,
Navy, Mustard, Pheasant, King fisher, Nigger, Mahogany, and Mns ? tic..'.-. ?
LADIES'' READY-TO-WEAR PULL
'ON HATS, in Velvet, Felt, Cloth, I etc., in all colors; trimmed ribbons,)
¡iud applique, ¡iud contrasting pip ings;
CHILDREN'S SILK AND WOOL
HOSE,'in Cream, Groy, and Fawn; I . sizes 7-10, 3/3 tn 3/11 pr.
CHILDREN \S 4/1 RIBBED CASH-1
ll ERE J HOSE; Groy and Fawn; size; (l-l I,-2/(1 to 4/G pr.
HOYS' RIBBED 3 ALL-WOOL HOSE,
fancy turnover tops, Black, Hea ther ¡ind Grows; sizes i>-0, 2/8 to ? 4/(1 pr. " . ,
CH 1 LOREN'S : RIBBED CASHMERE
SOX, sizes 3-7," Cream, Saxe, Grey, Fawn, ¡ind Rod, from !/(> to 2/3 pr.
Ai Nice Range of CHILDREN'S
! : FANCY CASHMERE AND SILK
AND WOOL SOX, Paney Checks, Stripes, 'etc., in Champagne, Saxe, .. Sky, Fawn, Putty, and Grey; nil ; sizes, from 2/;i to 2/11 pr.
Fancy Department .
A Choice Selection nf Ready-made NET
VEILS,, in Sup. Colors, and the Newest Oriental Colorings; long and pipiare shapes, 3/11, 4/11, 5/11, : ii/ll, 7/fi, 10/(1, to 15/6.
VEILINGS in the newest meshes, and
borders, in all colors, and Black , ¡ind White, 1/Í), 1/11, 2/3, 2/9, 3/3, : .V«, 3/11, to i/0 yd.
L.irge Afpcrtment of LADIES' HAND
fcAGS. in Floral, Figured, and . Plain Failles. Also Beaded and
Heal Moiocen, .thc very newest , shapes, nicely lined and fitted up,
10/«,- 18/6, 21/- 22/(1, 24/6, 29/6,
A Beaut ifni R;,i,go of LADIES '
(ïLOVES, in real Suede, Mocha, I »nd Kid Gauntlet; in Mole, Putty,
Nigger. Black and White; all sizes; ]
in Xewe/tt Short- Gauntlet, "Dent's" ¡iud "Morley's" make, 11/6/12/«, 14/6, in/fi 'juiir;
"DENT'S" FUR - LINED MOCHA |
GAUNTLET, (IJ and 7, 22/« pr.
LADIES ' IMITATION SUEDE |
GAUNTLET GLOVES, "Dent's,
¡ill sizes, in Putty, Grey, Nigger, I Black, etc., all newest stvles, 4/11,1
.VII, 5/ll, fi/6, to 7/(1.
SEE OUR RANGE OF WOOLLEN I GAUNTLETS, ALL SIZES, IN THE
NEWEST COLORINGS AND STYLES. I
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-, IT'S GOOD !
McKINLAYS Pty. Ltd.
THE DIRECT IMPORTERS
Newest Autumn Materials Now Showing at
BEATTIES - - - - DEVONPORT
A LOVELY RANGE AT LOWEST PRICES.
-401 ti. Herringbone Tweeds, jill wool, in Groy, Brown, and Hentlicr,
at 3/0 yd.
Check Tweeds, 40¡n.,, Brown, Covert, and Grey. Great value nt 4/3 yd. All-wool Hain Bonsai's, 401n., Navy and Dark Henna, ? 4/li; Saxe,
?'Mustie,'.and Cardinal, 5/11 yd. \.
.".(¡ii. Velour Coatings, Saxe, Brown, or Navy. Special value, 8/11 and
. ¡1/11 yd.
Ô-Iin. Wiuil Muñir:)¡ii, Navv, Nigger, Grey, Kingfisher, Covert, and "?' Black, 13/ß vd. : .'
Indigo Twills, r>4iii., Speeinl Value, 8/C, 10/15, 14/6.
.?)4iii.,. Pilotines, l)est:(piality, latest colorings, 39/(1 yd. Silk'Murnea i us, Xavy,!Nigger, or.'Black; at 11/9'yd.
-SILKS IN GREAT VARIETY.
Lovely Duchesse Mousseline, 3(!iii., Navy, Brown, Jade, Grey, Tomato,
and Flame, 7/11 yd.
3(¡in. Printed Nero Silk, Idlest designs, 7/11 yd.
Printed Marocain, all silk, dainty colorings, 13/11 yd.
.Black Velveteens, Worrell dyed, 27in.,. 8/11; 3mn., 12/fi.
27in. Ciilored Velveteens, lovely quality, 8/11 yd.
LATEST STYLES IN MILLINERY, COATS, ROBES AND FURS
NOW SHO.WING.:. . . ..' .
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- OF -
LOUISE LOVELY PRODUCTIONS LIMITED]
CAPITAL: £30,000 in 30,000 Shares of £1 each.
20,000 filiares are offered for public subscription, payable 2/li on application,
.">/ on allotment, and .the balancé in »cnlls as required.
Of these 6,:I00 have already been subscribed.
..EDWARD JOHN CARROLL, Sydney, Now South Wales, Theatrical Pro-|
?'HOMERT WALKER,; Hawthorn, Victoria, Investor.
FREDERICK NOM ENS, Glenferrie, Victoria,'Company Director.
G IL P. EUT MACPHERSON JOHNSTONE, Melbourne,' Solicitor (Chairman).
THE COMMERCIAL BANK OF AUSTRALIA LIMITED.
CRISP & CRISP, Equitable Building, Melbourne.
SECRETARY AND REGISTERED OFFICE:
F. W: HENDERSON,. A.A.I.S., 314 Collins-street, Melbourne' (Tel., C.8445).
This company'lins secured the services of thc world-famous moving picture
actress, Miss Louise Lovely, to produce and act in a series of motion pictures, in Australia. She has already commenced her first, production, and is now oil
?-location with an excellent group of artists in Tasmania. This production is:
taken from the novel "Jewelled Nights," by the talented Tasmanian author ess, Miss Marie Bjclke-Pfttersen.
Miss Lovely is an Australian girl, who became a star in America, mid j acted in ninny fine productions there, notably, thc Goldwyn Super Produc
tions, "The Old Nest " and "Poverty nf Riches'.' ¡ind .the First National j Super Feature, "Shattered Idols."; She piaj'oïl "in a number of pictures |
opposite AVilliam Varmint.. -' ? i
.There is little doubt that the services'of this great artist having, been
secured, tho.'productions'.of tho company will be of the highest quality, and | equal to the best American standard. . "
Tho profits from this form of : enterprise are very handsome and each
feature produced at a cost of from £0,000 to £0,000 should return £10,000:1 in Australia, £30,000 in America, and £1.1,000 in other countries.'.. These j estimates uro quite conservative,' and based on previous experience of only mediocre Ulms. 1 , ,' ;
The. directors have lind experience of film production' in Australia,, no-, (ably, "jlr.'.E. J. Cin'r'oll, who was interested iii "The. Lfiró of thu-Bush/': "Thc Scutiiueiital? Bloke,"-cte., etc. The other three directors hnve recently
produced' "The Mystery of ti Hansom' Cab," under the direction of ' Mr. ,
Arthur Shirley and' Pyramid Pictures Pty. Ltd. This picture is how .hn ving |
a successful run in Mclbnurno and Sydney.
The minimum subscription on which the directors may proceed to allot-: mont is five shares, but. already fi,300 have been applied for.
.The requirements of Section 88: of th« Companies Act have, not been fully complied'with in.this adver.tisemeut, but. copies of the full Prospectus,' and form of application for shares, may be obtained from the secretary's oftice, as above.- Applications for shares will proceed only on one ol' tho forms of application referred to, and endorsed ou a printed copy ol' tho prospect us. .
APPLICATION FOR SHARES.
REGISTERED CAPITAL, £30,000
(To be incorporated it n ri er the Companies Act, 1915).
LOUISE LOVELY PRODUCTIONS LIMITED
To the Directors, ,
Melbourne. ; . Sirs,- '-'--.- . ? ? ' . ?'.,... '
Having pnid to the Company 's. Provisional Directors the sum of i............, being the deposit of 2/0 per aliare, payable on application for, ........shares of £1. each of thc above-named Company, I request you, on the formation of the Company, to; allot mo that number of shares, upon thc terms of the Company's prospectus, dated' thc-nineteenth day of- Febru
ary, 1925. And T agree to accept the sniné or any less number .¿lint muy lie ' allotted to nie, and I authorise the: Directors nf tho Coniptiny'to register:
mc as thc holder, of such' shares.
. SIGNATURE-.:. . -.
NAME IN FULL. I
ME. A. S. LUCADOU-WELLS, L.D.S. MR. H. (R.) TUCADOTJ-WELLS, L.D.S.
iS E N T A L SURGEON S, ^ BURNIE AND WYNYARD.
Waratah-Turner's, Mar. 31 and Apr. L Henrietta-Graue's, Apr. 2, 10 tn 31.
Yolla-Jordan's, Thurs., Apr. 2, 12 to 2. Elliott-P.O., Thurs., Apr. 2, 3 p.m.
Stanley-Nicholls', 4th Wed., Apr. 22.
Korest-2 to 4, Th., Horton's, Apr. 23.
S. Forest-Gourlay's, 5 p.m., Apr. 23. . Trowutta-Frost's, Fri., 30 to 12, 24. Irishtown-Reid's, Fri., 2 .to 3, 24.
Smithton-Fri., 4 to 8, Williams', 24. Montagu-Wilson's, Sat., ll to 12, 25. B. River-P.O., at 4 p.m., Sat. 25. R. Cape-Dallas', 5 to 6, Sat., 25. Wynyard-Titley's, daily.
AIR. S. P I E R O E Y,
ai DENTAL SURGEON,
Next Furner's Hotel, ULVERSTONE.
Hours: 9.30 a.m. to 5.30 p.m.
'Phones: Surgery 145, Private 7. PENGUIN-Every Friday, 12 to 4.
\fISS M. R. REED. DENTIST, "A LATROBE.
Latrobe: Daily, 9 till 5, except Thnriday Mornings. Saturdays, 9 till
Railton-Thursdays, 10 till 12.
rVfB.H.G. PIEROEY,LjyB., M DENTAL 8UBGEON,
TOWN HALL CORNER, BURNIE.
Somerset Hotel-Every Tuesday, at
Wynyard-Every Tuesday (person ally), at the New Premises (Old Bank of Australasia).
Arrangements will be made for the continuation of the regular practice shortly.
" "THE ADIATE""
A BB¿ NCH OFFICE of "THE ADVOCATE" bas been opened at
71 ST. JOHN 8TBEET, |
ADVERTISEMENTS and ORDERS left with the Brsnck Manager, Mr. J. V.
Sullivan, "will reeeiv* [
Af E. E. J?. HAKT MA K
j. p. MCDONOUGH, L.I>.B. (Vie.),
BEIBEY STBEET, ULVEB8TONE.
'Phones: Surgery 115, Private IIS. : Penguin-Edwards' Hotel, Wednei days, 12 till 5 p.m.
fB. HEEBEET J. TBEDUSTNTCK, A L.D.S., VIO.
WILMOT-\Yedneaday, April 1.
TITS. G. BRIAN PIERCY, L.D.S., Eng.
Daily. Saturday, 9 till 1.
'Phones: Surgery and Residence, 67.
ONEY TO LEND
On Good Freehold Security
At Current RateB.
CRISP & EDWARDS,'
Solicitors, Burnie and Ulverstone. At Penguin Tuesday Afternoon.
(~< P. TAYLOR, VT* REGISTERED OPTICIAN,
With Certificate From Tas. Optical
MAY BE CONSULTED:
LATROBE: Pickett's Hotel, Friday,
March 27, 2.30 till 0.30
DEVONPORT: (¿rand Hotel, Monday,
April G, 2.30 till 6.30.
BURNIE: Bay View Hotel, Wednes
day, April 8 2 till 6.30.
RAILTON HOTEL: Tuesday, April 7,
10.30 till 1.30.
SHEFFIELD: Maddox's Hotel, Tues
day, April 7, 2 till 6.30.
Sights scientifically tested. Every de scription of lenses and spectacles sup plied.
'Phone 72. Ulverstone.
T>. STEWART PADMAN,
HO, St. John St., Launceston,
will visit Burnie, Ulverstone, and
April 27 to May 2, 1021.
Appointments arranged through, our local representatives.