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LEGAL NOTICES SI BOZO* nntRT.ra WYLD DECEASED. XJ HOTIOS IS HEREBY GIVES that the Deputy Ilutcr of the Supreme Court of South -a«triH« has ponuaju to 'The Trustee Act 18*8' directed that til crediton and other penon* having CLAIMS afainst Che ESl'ATIS of CLEOEGE CHARI,FS WILD late of Wayville in the Mid State out of buraua deceased who died -n toe 12th da/ at Sovember I»2» and Probate of whose Will waa granted to EXECUTOB TSUSTEB AUD A.GESCY COMPANY Op 60UTH AUSTRALIA LOOTED No. 22 GrentelUtreet Adelaide an to (end fall imrticnlar* of their claina to the -aid Company on or before the «th d»J of January 1931 otherwise the/ will be — - ''*»* from the distribution of the laid eatate. EDMUNDS, JE3SOP k WARD. Xpwcrth Buildiig. Pirie-atreet, *h.i.m. Solicitor! tor the Executor, ? (TO THE MATTER aC the ESTATE at JOHN X 6PB0D Imte of North Kensington in the tttaU of Booth Australia Medical Practitioner Heceaaed ? ajxd IN THE MATTER of the ESTATE of SARAH ELIZABETH SPROD late of North Kensington aforesaid Widow Deceased BY DIRECTION of the Deputy Master of the Supreme Court of South Australia NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES pursuant to the 'Trustee Acts 1893-1923' that JOHN CUDMORE SPROD one of   the sons of the above-named JOHN SPROD and SARAH ELIZABETH SPROD late of 'No. 8 Rue de la Mon- tagne Paturages Belgium via Mons' (if liv- ing) or any person or persona claiming to be the widow child or legal representative of the said JOHN CUDMORE SPROD and claiming to be entitled to share in the distribution of the Estates under the respective Wills of the said John Sprod and Sarah Elizabeth Sprod Deceased are required to send by post prepaid to 'Mr. S. B. Labatt Ware Chambers King William-street Adelaide South Aus- tralia' Solicitor for the Trustees of the said Wills at the said JOHN SPKOD and SARAH ELIZABETH SPROD deceased respectively their Christian and Surnames addresses and descriptions and full par- ticulars of their claims on or before the 15th day of June 1931 otherwise they will be excluded from the distribution of the Estates. DATED this 3rd day of December. 1930. SAMUEL B. LABATT. Ware Chambers, 112, King William-street, Adelaide Solicitor for the Trustees. FTHE HATTER of the Estates of tb* Under mentioned deceased persons:— BKKNJiAN, Laurence, late of Tory Bank, near Strathalbyn. Farmer and Laborer BBOWJJ, Uary Jane, formerly ot WIrrahsTa, late of Parkside, Harried Woman BUTTEBFIELJJ, Craven, late of Woodvffle, Billiard Saloon Proprietor BYRNE, John Joseph, late of ArtflaUx, OerporatloB Employe GALNAN, Allan Charles, laU of Edithbnrgb, Iacensed Victualler OAKPUUYNDEB, Alfred Oharlea, late of BwimaT*. Laborer EDWARDS, Emma Eleanor, late of WalkerrtU*. Spinster ? FOUBUAN, Hugh, late of Tnrro. Pensioner HENDERSON. Robert, l&te of Waiha, Hev let HILTON', Louisa Miriam, late of Blackwood, Widow JUM HUN'S, Hary Catherine, late of Goodwood, Harried Woman t.v.e Frederick James, late of Kensington Park, Postal Assistant MADDIGAN, John. late of liaylands. Itaatn UENEAB, Seth, 1st* of Soariunga, Out of Busi ness MILTON, Louisa Bella, -late of Oowell Widow KORAN, Margaret Theresa, late of North Adelaide. Spinster NEWBOLD, Henry, late of St. Leonards, Betired Salvation Army Officer NOACK, Paul, late of Varan, Farmer. PEARCE. William John, late of Larga Bay, Out EATCHWELL, Thomas, late of Linden Part, Out of BPEvTLouisa, late of Foreatrffle, Widow SREVENA, John Henry, late of Kapunda, Out ol Business WAI-SON, John, the Younger, late of Kingston, Laborer WlEi'H. Oswald Edmund, late ol Amblesida. Boot WILhlSSON, Bridget Annie, late of Woodvffie, Married Woman . _ . ., inLLLUES, Constance Mary, late of Parkside, formerly Stepney, Harried Woman WINTER, Martha, late of Glenelg. Harried Woman Whereas the Public. Trustee has been dtttf authorised to administer the above-mentioned Estate*: Notice ia hereby given pursuant to the twenry«cond section of the Trustee Act 189S and the Tesutors Family Haintenance Act 1918 that all creditors beneficiaries and other persons havme CLAIMS against the said ESTATES are re quired to send in in writing to the PubUe Trustee ithS office at State Baa* Building- Pirie-street Adelaide f uU particulars and proof of such claims on or before the 2nd day ol January 19SI other vrise they will be excluded from the distribution of the said Estates: And notice is al»o hereby given that all persons who are indebted to the said Estates are required to pay the amount of their debts to the Publie Trustee or proceedings will be taken for the recovery thereof and aU persons having any property belonging to the saia Estates are forthwith to deliver the same to the aaid Public Trustee^ ^^^^ ^^ ^^^ Dated 8/12/30. ? DICTION. ? ANNA MARIA PRINCE MTaUMKK Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that after the expiration of eight days application will be made in the Registry of the Supreme Court of South Australia in its Testamentary Causes Jurisdiction for the sealing of the Exemplification dated the 26th day of September 1980 of Pro bate of the Will of ANHA 'MARIA PRINCE KITSCHKE late of 18 Burnbam Court (formerly known as and in the Will called 18 Moscow Court) Bayswater in the County of Middlesex deceased granted by the Principal Probate Regis try of bis Majesty1* High Court of Justice at London in England on the loth day of August 1030 ? ? BAKER McEWIN LIGERTWOOD B 1LTLLHOUSE Solicitor* for RIOHABD OABL WILHELH KITSCHKE one of the Executor* named in . the said Will. ? SOUTH AUSTHALLi^-IN THE SUPREME COURT. TESTAMENTARY CAUSES JURIS DICTION. r ? - ??« TJXJTJOBBY WHATMORE Deceased NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that after toe expiration of eight days application will be made in the Registry of the Supreme Court of Berth Australia in Us Testamentary Causes Joriedietion for the sealing of the. Probate of the Will of GEORGE WILLOTGHBY WHAT MORE late of Tabba-street Ascot Brisbane in the State of Queensland' Company Director de ceased granted fay the Supreme Court of Queensland at Brisbane aforesaid on the fifteenth day of November 1929. ? JOBNSTONE OL6SON ft KHEWALDT Steamship Buildings Currie-street Adelaide. Solicitor! and Agents for Messrs. Edwards fend Trout of Brisbane aforesaid Solicitors for the Executors of the WEU of the deceased. WANTED TO SELL Fl avers HOSE SPECIALS Taps, Sprinklers. 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STALLEY'S' LAST THREE DATS OF Huge Re-Organisation SALE f 1 ' S 000 ^^ ^^T. Furnishings, worth of Manchester, and Fancy Goods THIS HUGE DISPOSAL SALE of Wanted Goods is an opportunity to Buy Season's Require ments at a Minimum of Cost Never before have we offered such Outstanding Bargains. See Our Windows for Outstanding Bargains.

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Ladies' Mercerised Vests, 3/11 for 1/11 each. Ladies' Fuji Silk Colored Bloomers, 4/6 for 2/6. Ladies' Silk and Cotton Vests, 3/11 for 1/11 each. Ladies' Rayon Bloomers, 3/11 for 2/6 pair. Chfld's Cotton Vests, 9d. each. Child's Cotton and Wool Vests, 1/ each. Child's C'tton Bloomers, 9d. pair. Ladies' Rayon Vests, 3/6 for 2/3 each. Ladies' Crepe Nights, 3/6 for 1/6 each. Ladies' Silk and Cotton Bloomers. 4/11 for 2 '6. Ladles' Silk Camisoles, 9d. each. Ladies' Fuji Nights. 6/6 for 3/6 each. Ladies' Fuji Silk Frocks, 8/11 for 5/11. Ladies Cotton Bathers, 5/11 for 3/6 each. Ladies Cotton Bathers, 6/11 for 2/11 each. Ladies' Voile Frocks, 12/6 for 6/11 each. Boys' Odd Coats. Lustra and Cotton Tweed, small sizes, 1/11 each. Boys' Knickers. 4/11 for 1/11 pair. Boys' Pan am as. 6d. each. Boys' Striped Drill Shirts. 2/11 end 3/6 for 1/11 each. Boys' Cotton Tweed and Ranger Suits, 12/6 to 15/6, for 6/11 Suit. Boys' and Men's Straw Boaters, 2/11 each. Boys' Tweed Caps, 2/11 for 1/11 each. Boys' Skull Caps, for 1/ each. Boys' Sou'westers, 1/11 for 1/3. Boys' Fashion Shirts, all sizes, 5/11 for 3/11 each. Boys' 26-in. Sweater Coats, 9/11 for 2/11 each. Boys' Large Golf Hose, in Grey and Heather shades 4, 5, 6 boot, 4/11 for 2/11 pair. Men's Serge an d Tweed Suits, sizes 3 to 7. 59/6 to 75/ for 35/ Suit. Oak Coat and Trouser Press. 19/6 for 15/11. Grey Oxfords, all sizes, 10/6 for 7/6 pair. Men's Fawn Oxfords, with stripe, all sizes, 12/6 for 9/11 Men'6 Crash Motor Suits, 27/6 for 10/. Men's Motor Coats, dark Grey, 8/11 to 15/6 for 5/. Men's Cricket Shirts, White, 'W. M. Woodfull' brand, I 8/11 for 6/11. Men's Bathing V, 1/3 for 1/. Men's 2-piece Cashmere Bathing Suite, 12/6 for 3/6 suit. Men'6 Khaki Work Trousers, size 3, 4, S, 7/6 to 12/6 for 2/11 pah-. Men's 1-piece Cotton Bathers, 1/ pah-. Men's Genuine Panama Hats, 25/ for 6/11 each. Men's 2-piece and 3-piece Summer Suits, 29/6 to 49/6 for 5/11 Suit. Men's Silk Summer Suits, 63/ for 20/ suit Men's Tennis Combinations, 12/6 for 6/11 each. Men's Fashion Shirts, 4/6 for 3/3, all eizes. Men's Felt Hats, bound edges, all colors and sizes, 12/6 for 7/11 each. Portable Gramophones, play 10 in. records, 63/ for 20/ ea. Large Pure White Towels, 1/3 for Sid. each. Large Colored Towels, 1/11 for 1/6 each. Men's Fancy Sox. all sizes, 2/11 for 1/9 pah-. ; must be acenmrmnfed with sufficient postage.

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