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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,414,787
2 NeilHamilton 3,046,361
3 noelwoodhouse 2,883,745
4 annmanley 2,236,403
5 John.F.Hall 2,113,433
...
573 GaryPresland 56,777
574 HelenVSmith 56,738
575 Tikira 56,596
576 JulesLaurent 56,482
577 Laine 56,443
578 lwetherall 56,439

56,482 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

April 2017 2,566
March 2017 3,226
February 2017 4,289
January 2017 1,678
December 2016 2,258
November 2016 2,176
October 2016 3,817
September 2016 4,553
August 2016 1,457
July 2016 2,451
June 2016 3,347
May 2016 4,577
April 2016 2,658
March 2016 3,119
February 2016 1,355
January 2016 2,159
December 2015 3,503
November 2015 2,017
October 2015 2,862
September 2015 2,414

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,414,756
2 NeilHamilton 3,046,361
3 noelwoodhouse 2,883,745
4 annmanley 2,236,333
5 John.F.Hall 2,113,428
...
575 Laine 56,443
576 lwetherall 56,439
577 australianfootball.com-SPGE 56,432
578 JulesLaurent 56,378
579 jnc-H 55,894
580 murraymac57 55,587

56,378 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

April 2017 2,566
March 2017 3,226
February 2017 4,289
January 2017 1,678
December 2016 2,258
November 2016 2,118
October 2016 3,771
September 2016 4,553
August 2016 1,457
July 2016 2,451
June 2016 3,347
May 2016 4,577
April 2016 2,658
March 2016 3,119
February 2016 1,355
January 2016 2,159
December 2015 3,503
November 2015 2,017
October 2015 2,862
September 2015 2,414

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 mickbrook 76,697
2 jaybee67 68,803
3 murds5 54,198
4 PhilThomas 23,645
5 EricTheRed 20,242
...
147 krusher46 106
148 dwcassidy 105
149 jrourke 104
150 juleslaurent 104
151 PeterR 103
152 alaneade 97

104 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

November 2016 58
October 2016 46


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Advertising (Advertising), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Tuesday 20 November 1906 [Issue No.18,828] page 11 2017-04-27 16:45 AN UN......ERMED PLEDGE—5in. Tra.....
..... Benjamin, 1?2 Swanston-st, near Bourke-st.
?/6 Benjamin, ... Swanston-st., ? doors from
1
WAITTES TO SEI*.
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-A. grap.» STOP I» ircil J.1 /IO/ uo-ih i.27
lu/ llenjamtn, al** !M»aii»lcn st, i door» Irom
I lourie st __________
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boro Ilrecthloatllntr it» rail «t »irlkir« a.3
t/, ii-oilli iu/lo/. Hcnjinun, IJ2 Swanston»!,
II tr llottrle-wl_.
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Op To«n lull «ti auston «t Suicrior «lock of
LmlireJUs ititi »liitllngjiliiks_
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nilli eliirnt« voimllt «lill tit i i I Ililli«
in tlln.' I oard m I le ii i ! nil »lil 1 ! tin I
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Bli I Hill) Ililli sconilhjill in |cr( c1 ord r
du ip ililli sr 1 Ullina,,- illili il-o Ililli tri!
lop chill lall-hni lira«, Wl l)il ii I _
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(ItmilK'll li hu n nlLlarl UJ III lansdale si,
Mill »urn _lil «I I _
AN UNREDEEMED PLEDGE—5in. Tra.....
..... Benjamin, 192 Swanston-st, near Bourke-st.
?/6 Benjamin, 192 Swanston-st., 2 doors from
WANTED TO SELL.
A PLEDGE—Solid 18-carat Gold Minute Chrono-
graph STOP-WATCH, £13/10, worth £27
10/. Benjamin, 192 Swanston-st., 2 doors from
Bourke-st.
AN UNREDEEMED PLEDGE—Double-barrel 13-
bore Breechloading GUN, solid strikers, £3
3/, worth £5/15. Benjamin, 192 Swanston-st.,
near Bourke-st.
A NEW UMBRELLA?—No, old one, Re-covered
at Kingston's, equal to new, at half the cost.
Op. Town-hall, Swanston-st. Superior stock of
Umbrellas and Walking Sticks.
ALL KINDS SEED POTATOES, ready for
planting; Table Potatoes, Onions; current
rates. R. Smith, 375 Flinders-st.

BILLIARD TABLE — FOR £5/15/
A miniature Billiard-table, size 3ft. 9in. x 1ft.
11in., providing a really scientific game for home
amusements, complete, with two cues, set of balls,
marking board, and book of rules, slate bed, and
in every respect fully up to the well-known Alcock
standard. price, £5/15.
CATALOGUE FREE ON REQUEST.
ALCOCK and CO. PROP. LTD., 155 ELIZABETH-
STREET, MELBOURNE.
BILLIARD-TABLES, new and S.H.; Cloth, Balls,
&c.; Excelsior Low Cushions fitted any table,
Thomson and Taylor, 103-105 Russell-st. Tel. 2604.
BILLIARD-TABLE, secondhand, in perfect order,
cheap; Billiard Dining Table, also Billiard
Top, cheap. Fallshaw Bros., 191 Queen-st.
BLINDS—Venetian Blinds, and every description
of Window Blinds, Manufactured and Repaired.
Campbell, Johnson, and Clark, 139-143 Lonsdale-st.,
Melbourne. Tel. 2973.
Advertising (Advertising), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Tuesday 20 November 1906 [Issue No.18,828] page 11 2017-04-27 16:30 l.lHIINIIl III - Win «sllut jil Hu,, ve he li) on evil
1 get Is-tbr prieT mr all II nu« hold I iirnlliire,
Pluto», »i» I , nil Mr« le and t ?, lu: Muan«!, ii «i
lalllllNllt li) - II,Inn "lilli. |rl! Hill, pt
I' III.VI I'll IMP'S clliiiiti 4 lim In., ...h
?slllelliilil., lot prh-e» II I ( t lilli. .I
lallltNllllltl, 11,,1-t. ib,
/XIIID. II11III..II, Mlt.-r HOI'l.lll' J,«,,I«, ,,rll
H Hell! l-l,lh, Piale, Clirlus. Ae. |V«y, Jeitil.
be, tliit.1 »»s»«»' nilli», 'ill JIT Si, auston .1,
I ti INO IIANTI'H, «.sxiihIImiiiI, ,ery !».»!, »lam
1 ilanl ntakir. «uud ».uiilliji.ti; »lal.» «I! par-
ti, ular« fnlli. Hi, Amu« «.nits'.
11IINO, »-iiûi.ÏÏiui.l, «mill it.an.l, H'l"N'll.'l),~(.7r
.1 adían»,,! pupil, I», ml lull pullulai« lu Fal-
kirk, liutw em,,. _. _ _,_
1>.llllin', *M>.M»ril.»H»l'.». Kaii'itari»», 0|«»««»nii
i SKINS. Hitit«, II0..I. Tulhiit, .».'.. 11" ><"»;
minion ihanj,-«! itrtl" nrl.t-IUI. heiinun «ml
Sui«. 'Ham 'Irriiilnus, ilhhm.uiil._ _
tJllKia'SlilNN. Hallali}. .Iiangaroii, 0|»«»»unii,
h llahlill. li«r Min«. ."'.'«?'..«ViV ,','"| ,\'!""-''\
«Unit hlglim pill ' '. »* '". Uaual'l"» «ml < «" . J. *
l_'!\|VMr'!.':raie''Aii.u.llaiirn-»ri»i;'*i.» I«««", old I
logue« grails. «'Italie» IMim». .-it« Milli« (.»Hu»«I.
--WMFnai~TO~9KÏxi I
K IIN'NKDKIttiril I'U'.IXii:.-lill. Trmull
THNOIKHJTI.', Irln.»d,«»»««i| also I'tinipy r-a-xel.
K1»If. Ilriijaniln, ID) (»HI11,»!.,11 »I., near llourle »1,
AI'I.KIMIK.- S|.li iisll.l Pallin 1'rl.inalle ril'l.li.
(H,|s.sKs, »»se, »trap, >xiu»l In iiewi ac 1 > I ti '.
»iirth JlSiIu;, Ui-iilaiiiiii, lui nuaittiuii'tt., mxir
llnuike*!, 1
A''-l'ur"t*rilr«illí«irPebble M'EOTAPI.KS. »/«.
,,a ' .I"""1"*. ^t'l ¡¡ï-tl<-*: Ol''»". I/, inanity
ti«. Ilrujitulii, m tnianiluiiit., it door« Irom
Uaiatliiit,
FURNITURE—Why sell at auction when you can
get better prices for all Household Furniture,
Pianos; spot cash. Steele and Co., 197 Swanston-st.
FURNITURE—Before selling privately, get
BEAUCHAMP'S estimate value, tree; cash
settlements; best prices. 319 Collins-st.
FURNITURE—Bedsteads, any quantity, any
suburb; letters attended; highest prices. Cas-
pers', 130 Chapel-st., Windsor.
GOLD, Bullion, Silver BOUGHT; Jewels, Arti-
ficial Teeth, Plate, Curios, &c. Way, jewel-
ler, gold assay office, 215-217 Swanston-st.
PIANO WANTED, secondhand, very best, stan-
dard maker, good condition; state all par-
ticulars fully, 753 Argus office.
PIANO, secondhand, small grand, WANTED, for
advanced pupil. Send full particulars to Fal-
kirk, Argus office.
RABBIT, Sheep, Wallaby, Kangaroo, Opossum
SKINS, Hides, Wool, Tallow, &c., no com-
mission charges; write price-list. Kennon and
Sons, Tram Terminus, Richmond.
SHEEPSKINS, Wallaby, Kangaroo, Opossum,
Rabbit, bear Skins, Hides, &c.; no commis-
sion; highest prices. Wm. Haughton and Co., 278
Spencer-st.
STAMPS, rare Australian, used 1849 to 1860, old
collections; highest prices paid in state, cata-
logues gratis. Charles ?, 346 Little Collins-st.
WANTED TO SELL.
AN UN......ERMED PLEDGE—5in. Tra.....
THEODOLITE, tripod, case; also Dumpy Level.
..... Benjamin, 1?2 Swanston-st, near Bourke-st.
A PLEDGE—Splendid Patent Prismatic FIELD-
GLASSES, case, strap, equal to new; £4/10,
worth £6/10. Benjamin, 192 Swanston-st., near
Bourke-st.
A. Pure Brazilian Pebble SPECTACLES, 2/6,
usually 7/6; Eye-glasses, folders, 1/, usually
?/6 Benjamin, ... Swanston-st., ? doors from
Bourke-st.
Advertising (Advertising), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Tuesday 20 November 1906 [Issue No.18,828] page 11 2017-04-27 15:36 DRESS A......?
TO REACH THE SPECIAL PSRING SALE TAKE
Telephones Nos> 453, 488, and 948.
WANTED TO Buri
? i« o T in if a ]
Ml .11 I Mrs MITflll IJ
Ijltl-VT 1)131 VNHs HHt VU, lelNHs LPFT On" !
( I. »1 III st;
41«ei Sip, le llll.r C1 lil.«
( NlllilIMs T4IILI LINEN.
rtllNiTTM, INDI NTsvviPtls an I sTOClia of
41 I. I'l.st Itll'lltlN«
lae-lt« » Pen, I« 41! Ulled
!7'l lttV-FI.I «nin, t 111.
Teletihoru lit,«. Iticjilione I0Î5
A Mr, «ml Mrs. II. li 111 4M*t IUIV and S| LI,
. Ladle-, (.ml.', ( hlllrrti'« Is-li-ott ul lilli
INO, J,weller), Ho..!« at»! Nu*-», highest tasli
leirgTsin«, and pins-Is i.romt.tl) «tirnelesl to
lliiliilirrjiil«' lainage lloiiirlit, .Note Vildret«. '
_inj I VIIIIIITION N-IIILFT. t IT1. |
«rni'NvTil)t. v\\oi'NtT4i!.vr-TiiAii.ii<Vi,
.V casis prbo niveu tur all kinds (.dill.tu.-n'«
Ul! of! ( l.dTHINH. Is-tlri« promptl) nllemhsl I
lo_Jj*iilltrnloH_llni«.. HU and lill llu-srll »t , ,Ui I
A A."- Mr. _iHl~Mr» lliirfi«tgi.*"llUV * 8.1!
« l^iilr».-. !.. ni«', um! ( hll.lt! ii'« |» (i uti
(laOIIIINII, Mi.r« ||,>tn|>lll nllmdel tu, .TI
Mali.in ni , m lll«|lel * , -"lilli Vari«.
AM. I J»li.-»»'" (.rill»', tlllldnil'« IV nunn Hil s
PI KUI tal D. Iiie.lie.ei pris-s btiir« u.
I,-ii !.,! lu. Mr«. Hue knell, .J«. Bridge rd , Illili
mini _
A I L"*l)i«Mnpil. n« l-idiis <"oilimin-«, t hil
iV dren» Ul! «ti I I DI HING liol lilli-, | in,,
and piiiiln prttiptl) iiiiiii.i.el Mr and Mr»,
IIjih., .n (lertntJ .1 , Huni, nur I vhltttlin
VII. ii «Kill th ni Ijidles'. Lilli»' besan linn I
( I uni! s lim |,H I. li Iii r. «ttir.ili.l. s | hu
l li ii I«; High .1 , Pi thrill
/ « V»ll lill IsTI II. .1 I u nell I li
V li r I'll sill | nu ila « I t II Vu, i
1,11 IINIIt RI -IV Illili!« fin, lois -Iii,!
I' »Itlllse, I'Ulll« llill.ll.ll.il,- IJ-lieeiil
lllg His ki I! Urns,, (iimlliir. In kit«, Ihl I
l.ntniili «I . I tlsn) T.I -'li
DRESS AND FASHION
TO REACH THE SPECIAL SPRING SALE TAKE
Telephones Nos. 453, 488, and 948.
WANTED TO BUY.
A. LEFT-OFF CLOTHING.
THE ORIGINAL
Mr. and Mrs. MITCHELL.
GREAT DESIGNS FOR ALL KINDS LEFT-OFF
CLOTHING.
Also Supply Other Colonies.
Ladies, Gentlemen Can Rely on Getting Extreme
Value
Ladies Changing for Mourning.
OLD TEETH, JEWELLERY, PORTMANTEAU'S,
UNIFORMS, TABLE LINEN,
FURNITURE, INDENT SAMPLES and STOCKS of
ALL DESCRIPTIONS
Letters, Parcels Attended
? RUSSELL-STREET, CITY.
Telephone 4025 Telephone 4025
A. Mr. and Mrs. H. ? ................ BUY and SELL
Ladies', Gents', Children's Left-off CLOTH-
ING, Jewellery, Boots and Shoes, highest cash
prices. Ladies changing for mourning and gentle-
men waited on in their own residences. Letters,
telegrams, and parcels promptly attended to.
Immigrants Luggage Bought. Note Address.
? EXHIBITION STREET, CITY.
A BONA FIDE ANNOUNCEMENT—The highest
cash price given for all kinds of Gentlemen's
Left-off CLOTHING. Letters promptly attended
to. Quilenion Bros., 163 and 165 Russell-st., city.
A. A. Mr and Mrs. Burridge BUY SELL
Ladies', Gents', and Children's Left-off
CLOTHING. Letters promptly attended to. 273
Malvern rd, off Chapel-st., South Yarra.
ALL Ladies', Gents', Children's, WARDROBES
PURCHASED, highest prices; letters at-
tended to. Mrs. Bucknell, 358 Bridge-rd., Rich-
mond.
ALL Descriptions Ladies', Gentlemen's, Chil-
dren's Left-off CLOTHING BOUGHT; letters
and parcels promptly attended. Mr. and Mrs.
Rance, 29 Gertrude-st., Fitzroy, near Exhibition.
ALL descriptions Ladies', Gents', Secondhand
CLOTHS BOUGHT; letters attended. Sophia
Cohen, 187 High-st., Prahran.
CASH REGISTER, one of two in good working
order. Price and particulars to C. R. Argus.
FURNITURE—Contents of large house, single
articles, Pianos, Billiard tables, cash wait-
ing. Beckett Bros., furniture brokers, 150 to 160
Gertrude-st., Fitzroy. Tel. 2198.
Advertising (Advertising), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Tuesday 20 November 1906 [Issue No.18,828] page 11 2017-04-26 19:39 jpRVlG V!ILL! VM«ON FIIOPT. LTD
CVni'lTS anl IINOIHMS
Ile ! ne J ist receive I a New s| Ipmn t of t-jrpft»
Jil linoleim« ron«istlng f li Newc«t and
Llolc-st ( ool« in He mo-t jltructlie It igt s, ,
I II
MIV VRITVUsTRV «1)1 Vltl *v )\P " 0,
i x lill * I »vi «"'
tlUnt-.lt VNMINsTIItt lill ITS It ear!
ItltlTLsll HUTON III! I VIH I I I " vari
NI» sl-VMIlsS VWIINsrilt «4)1 i ups
Is-JllHll «Iralfct » an I . 1 iris UIOI 4.11
1 io 1 x in i e 1 > 'x1 a. 1- 101)
x1 HI to( v 11r eil 1 NI,,
elu 1 1 ». HIT. el I» I \ 1s4.ll lu I
NIVV HIT l'4TTI!IN I IMll )t V|s otu «id I
H II I 1 li I .uni
HiMiltcLviTlls ii nile 1 ! and 1 11 per'
ian!
piussvi.l IKVlltaaOTH, "fr -in. vvble, W
ian! (( wide I I
V4SS4I 1 MNtllll Ms (t "lu wile, 1/van!,
lit wide 1 li /I
Beautiful (ream Duchesv I VC! IlllVlks, new
tcsiu-ns, «Hu wide frnrti " II complrle
Mralglt Cream I VCJ BLIND, lain, vvl le I ill
&-!-©
I |
CRAIG. VVTLUVMSON PROPTV. I-TD. J
so: Eiirvnmis-i si! i nom mí i
-&
Ml 11 I. K 4 I, I / O I C-,
X HIGH Cl.lsSllltsnt 111
-4t Mr-lerat. Price«.
la-lrtt Noieltl.-« in 111« «I H RNlsHINGS, ART
II«
C-lll I'Cl! IIIHI» PTY 1TD.
II ill I lira!» Hi street 41,II» urne _
1 I 4IRS 111 VU)! I 1) t) 11.1 t"l ItlC ITl'-lailde-»...
JJ. uurUc-e l»i1 nte.1. .«inipl lil» .aire« Im
trial Miine llti-iniat!, lt-1 cottmsst, .ne*, floor
(Uko IPI)
.1IIUJNI.HV lijinli «I vtvtl it vriUlNIJtV,
_»- «Mil "I Vira Wine (V.iirt Mlllln.r. lill
|li, lui! line r«. 1 iii'br»»1 , nut Mutual Mun.
In.|.»tii«a inilt.sl _ _
Ml-TIMI'sVCIICsIs - (.rev Hair, light »batirá
I el, 3 it, sji,t,c!it and 4ul retío Uglilrna hair
1/0 loy'», -l«c!cll4u « Big blore, lUsaUmuII
laisimul! ___
Mils Minni: i.utsrtii «oí - . i do not
know an) in «hu lus been «ei succesaful lo
It« lint«« ul Hi,povcri»_-d ltatr as air. liol
lamí" _ _ _
OBl-slTY - s|",,,|. cure. 1-AT PEOPLE
IIVV'iLV. in injury bcalth, r»| Id Glisson
.nd Mulonee, ellen 1ft- 1 <I I )gou It , Carllou. .No
»grill« Ila) d» «t., p tssjklet __ ___
O-llllt 11 11-41111 list leasisl"»» 1 taurlisl tuperu
he ti ii Miller « lejtler Me p e «mer Bourka
bwanstiii «la-, and at Pr4hr4n nad Ccllliigeeciod
\-i;ONHI Uti I. sl.k guirililc-l natural ~w
11 laic» iinl.lallble lltVNsllHIMinilN»»,
liante«, I lelv n»nei - Ililli I. nulli,-. Lo».
don, l'art« Wl.msk. r. Prahran _
*r\71l.s. t ii», I r 11. p hush! Mtr». w«t hair:
li halt tit) irleo» lllii'irat-sl tua! u-uet (res:
*? Thrllrr. ladle»' liairdriMer. «-anly in. Town
hall. Prahran
CRAIG, WILLIAMSON PROPTY. LTD.
CARPETS and LINOLEUMS.
We have just received a New Shipment of Carpets
and Linoleums, consisting of the Newest and
Choicest Goods, in the most attractive designs.
TAPESTRY STAIR CARPETS, good value,
18in. wide, 1/6 per yard; 22½in. wide, 1/11;
27in. wide, 2/6
NEW ART TAPESTRY SQUARES 9 x 9, 27/6;
? x 10,6, 22/6; 9 x 12? 19/6
BRITISH AXMINSTER CARPETS, 3/11 yard
BRITISH WILTON PILE CARPET, 6/11 yard
NEW SEAMLESS AXMINSTER SQUARES,
beautiful designs and colouring 9 x 10,6, £6
?; 10,6 x 10,6, £7 10, 9 x 12, £7 15; 10,6
x 12, £8/13 ; 10,6 x 13,6, £9/13 ; 12 x 12,
£10/13 ; 12 x 13,6, £12/10 ; 12 x 15, £13/10
NEW ART PATTERN LINOLEUMS, 6ft. wide,
2/6, 2/11, 3/3, 3/9, 4/6 yard
FLOORCLOTHS, 6ft. wide, 1/6 and 1/11 per
yard
PASSAGE FLOORCLOTH, 2ft. 3in. wide, 9d.
yard; 3ft. wide, 1/
PASSAGE LINOLEUMS, 2ft. 3in. wide, 1/ yard;
3ft. wide, 1/6
Beautiful Cream Duchesse LACE BLINDS, new
designs, 36in. wide, from 7/11 complete.
Straight Cream LACE BLIND, 36in. wide, 4/11

CRAIG, WILLIAMSON PROPTY. LTD.,
8-22 ELIZABETH-ST., MELBOURNE.
THE KALIZOIC,
HIGH CLASS FURNITURE.
At Moderate Prices,
Latest Novelties in HOUSE FURNISHINGS, ART
FABRICS, CURTAINS, CRETONNES,
CARPETS, LINOLEUMS, BEDSTEADS.
We are now opening a choice assortment of
Pewter and Copper Ornaments, suitable for wed-
ding and Christmas presents.
CHURCH BROS. PTY. LTD.,
143-145 Elizabeth-street, Melbourne.
HAIRS REMOVED by ELECTRICITY—Painless,
markless, patented; completely cures; free
trial. Mdme. Bickerstaff, 163 Collins-st., 2nd floor
(take lift).
MILLINERY—Dainty SUMMER MILLINERY,
from 21/. Mrs. White, Court Milliner, Em-
pire-buildings, 266 Flinders-st., next Mutual Store.
Inspection invited.
METEMPSYCHOSIS—Grey Hair, night shades
1/6, 3/6, Sunlight and Aubrone lightens hair
1/6. Foy's, Maclellan's Big Store, We........
A..................
MRS. SADLIER FORSTER says—"I do not
know anyone who has been so successful in
the treatment of impoverished hair as Mr. Hol-
land."
OBESITY—Simple Cure, FAT PEOPLE—
RAVOLA, no injury health, rapid. Gibson
and Moloney, chemists, 1?? Lygon-st., Carlton. No
agents Rayola. Stamp booklet.
OSTRICH FEATHERS Cleaned and Curled to per-
fection. Miller's Feather Shop, corner Bourke
Swanston sts., and at Prahran and Collingwood.
WONDERFUL stock guaranteed natural wavy
latest undetectable TRANSFORMATIONS,
Fringes, lovely Switches, Plaits, F. Theiler, Lon-
don, Paris Wigmaker, Prahran.
WIGS, C...s, Fr....., Pompadours, best hair;
half city prices. Illustrated catalogues free.
F. Theiler, ladies' hairdresser, exactly op. Town-
hall, Prahran.
Advertising (Advertising), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Tuesday 20 November 1906 [Issue No.18,828] page 11 2017-04-26 09:49 DBE8S ATO E-ASBIOir.
ftflOY «nd GIBSON-'
TTV LTD
SPLCI1L SPRING S1U,
NOM ON
SPFCIU VU! ES In NUI I IlL-S GOODS.
LI- »Titi S anl SICIIIVNs
Pink «ki Turnio! Di k E__ Heliotrope
linpigne Ouii Nie) iml llr s j <t opei e I
U 1/0 I U li II t J u per k I
"I VI I I TV Voll IN all wool i inn »lade at
1/ 1 (I 1/11 ji I o | r uri
NI VI disk \s in ( ii , vii-J j t (o I anl
al 10 I 1 I! i I 1 J jrl
I 111 Cb /I Hillls ", idle | k re«! nan
and »ki it 4 I j I II ni »'I karl
... ..... n-i^i , _ all t, od etc
HI VCK 1)11) sS COOPS
Banralii Hie lihck 11 -i t tv C1 eck l-flita »Ilk
'n brol I, red in small le» t,i «
Hhcl. VU v ool iniiur lllirk J mcv Vrmuro
Iiislre« all ni 1 1 uni
!xceitioiial ubi Black S ni in laistrc« 1/0,
l/ll ti 11 I ii I It
Mack Vloluir bl IIIjil« Iii mik , " a " o "/li
to li 0
Ilrielt Black T i tr« 1 1 1 1 II
Black bilk V le 1 ulln nil in i Ice bright
Komi« made fr ni silk ut 1 ve ml will wear
«Til H 1 i lill lill
New In In BIj k Mohair Hil I sure« " II
| lllack 111 wool Tillen« ni Crrpolirs, m ne»
Icsltrt« silk emir I re I ( ti 1 ii
llljek VII ve si l4lTel4-> 1 I I I II 0 " I!
Illa k VII w I Dell I es 1 1 II . I /li
lllack Cure! 1 ( I ne« I II I , I ti Illili,
Silk 1 ill « »mill 1 k nilli |te 1-slgi« "II
Mik Volo! lient tnilroilrl li li IO
1/JI
MIK DM'VllTMIM
Cilourcl tuai « In Iroil« run» In a 1 li-
men e( shales, il»n In all t! r c «loiin »til
nilli ant cn ini-Hu , Hil 1/ -In 1/41 io,,
1 II I
I lourcil Mcss-linr Miks all eolours 1/1L
Lo lisíeme Silk alles Urs lil " I
TitTct i I lace ai ti Title la Clt ti n Silk« 1/11, 2/fl
. II
llnlisli sp m s,|k In good colours 1/0. Bargain
line lYeim lins I e silk« i 11
llji-vjin silk ( r pc de Chin In | li k »ki lidio ,
ceri! il ai I k 11 1«
II ale I lai i~»-ll In cream m I 1 lack V
III lit TilTill s,lk lo to 4 0 Uljck Men Silk, ,
1 I lo I 11
TO IIFVCH Till SPFCLV! SrRINr s 41J TVhF
BID TRVM FROM BOLIIhl STRFFT, I
Telephone» No» 4".l 4SS and DI»,
10\ and ClRsON PT1 I TI)
SMITIISTRLET, COIUNCWOOD
DRESS AND FASHION
FOY and GIBSON'S
PTY. LTD.
SPECIAL SPRING SALE
NOW ON.
SPECIAL VALUES in NEW DRESS GOODS.
LUSTRES and SICILIANS.
Pink, Sky, Turquoise, Duck Egg, Heliotrope,
Champagne, Cream, Navy, and Browns, just opened,
at 1/6, 1/11, 2/6, 2/11, to 4/6 per yard.
TAFFETA VOILES, all wool, in every shade, at
1/, 1/6, 1/11, and 2/6 per yard.
NEW DESIGNS in Cotton Viles, just to hand,
at 10½d., 1/1½, and 1/3 yard.
CHECK ZEPHYRS, in helio., pink, red, navy,
and sky, at 4½d., 5½d., 7½d., and 8½d. yard.
ORGANDIE MUSLINS, printed in all good de-
signs and colourings, at 4½d. yard.
BLACK DRESS GOODS.
Bargain line Black Phantom Check Taffeta, silk
embroidered in small designs
Black All-wool Armures, Black Fancy Armure
Lustres, all at 1/3 yard.
Exceptional value Black Sicilian Lustres, 1/6,
1/11, 2/6, 2/11, 3/6, 3/11.
Black Mohair Sicilians, fine make, 2/6, 2/9, 2/11
to 9/6.
Bright Black Lustres, 1/, 1/3, 1/6, 1/11.
Black Silk Voile Eolienne; these are nice, bright
goods, made from silk and wool, and will wear
well; 2/6, 3/3, 3/6, 3/11, 4/6, 5/11, 6/6.
New line in Black Mohair Repp Figures, 2/11.
Black All-wool Taffetas and Crepolines, in new
designs, silk embroidered, 2/6, 2/11, 3/6.
Black All-wool Taffetas, 1/, 1/6, 1/11, 2/6, 2/11.
Black All-wool Delaines, 1/6, 1/11, 2/6, 2/11.
Black Cord de Chenes, 1/11, 2/6 to 4/6. Black
Silk Voiles, small check, with sprig designs, 2/11
Silk Voile Eoliennes, embroidered, 2/11, 3/3, 3/6,
3/11.
SILK DEPARTMENT.
Coloured Japanese, in browns, navys, in a big
variety of shades, also in all other colours, and
white and cream—20in., 9d., 1/, 23in., 1/4½; 27in.,
1/11.
Coloured Messaline Silks, all colours, 1/11.
Louisienne Silk, all colours, 1/11, 2/3.
Taffeta Glace and Taffeta Chiffon Silks, 1/11, 2/6,
2/11.
British Spun Silk, in good colours, 1/6. Bargain
line Cream Broche Silks, 2/6, 2/11.
Bargain Silk Crepe de Chine, in pink, sky, helio.,
coral, nil, and gold, 1/3.
Pleated Japanese Silk, in cream and black, 1/.
Black Taffeta Silk, 1/6 to 4/6. Black Merv. Silks,
1/3 to 4/11.
TO REACH THE SPECIAL PSRING SALE TAKE
RED TRAM FROM BOURKE-STREET.
Telephones Nos> 453, 488, and 948.
FOY and GIBSON PTY. LTD.
SMITH-STREET, COLLINGWOOD.
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Sl'KIlt MtOll.- - --M«ttlll. lllllja
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111 Ihell llliilllal inlullllliBt. ni n-I, blue, a",|
gli-eti. Kunu» alf in bille», with pilli, mid ucs-n;
».e «eli tone«! grim. .. if lulled bin.., "H-mius,
ml, m'II li'in-l lieu« r,.... pink, minn »re lu
lliin blue, .i.i.iu.l, willi sa.fi »hide« ,.( pink rrvs»
»Ituwlltgl djll, .nell, willi ti na lull I f"|,| ,"||.
k.ni!.uwl elc»!_ti«; lerrieuVlj gnititul, willi fir.
»Un iMitii. mid many «ulur r»nul«iie um! »rtluir
tnliitlr c.iill.liijlli'li«. Mair Ceirpelbig« I» liulih,
in li, I «ml 4 I «billi.. Iii» ivondruu« Ihmiiiv ul
the«.. N.w rim.r (Wring» um ,m|t l," «pp,,.
eialesl bv 4 |s-r»on4l vl.lt, Piltes, 10.1, am il-
lulia li* ll'4>.ltl«|.|.',
1*. I). IIITNIIVllDr. Voilier Toorak.,«.».! »ml
I'. (I. Itl'.INIIAIIDI'. (hl|.e|..l|,.|,
f, O. Itl.lN'H.VIIHI, Mil-lit VAIII14,
1,1(11 l-l'I.VN IIKN.N.r, aTsTTI'« oiil"*'ifentiui«»ri'V
J- grey l.slri lu.isli spr« lim 11 (Mira, «/ti. Colo'«,
Ki»)'-«, Maclellaii'« Dig mule, l.'ililliills. twiupt«
i»«i«, 1/. I'erlts-tloii,
..AVCT. »i.VSHVilK' Sleamliiir," V»^rl'slii»T«=~l.l.*
1 tink-», »/Ol Wrinkle« rrniiiYtHl by rleclrl»
Irralniriii. J. it Kio, tollet luir sinsUllst, 111
llouike-«., op, Market. .
Giiiiv HAiii_"illiA" 'ki:iv"~*1tii:a'tiii.'nt,
prtli'U lilaik «ml bruvvn, i*««ii»lih>. «Jil
.lunilsl« or dltiHt lunn Mis« Moloney, tlwuil»!, IM
I4_011.tr, __-.-.
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»IwilrlcIWl »I». W»Vtfowr^to' ¿W
tit. ito-tcd uiy*htn »/«., «L *V"îl._,
ALEXANDER and COPPEL - OPP. G.P.O.
ALEXANDER and COPPEL - OPP. G.P.O
ALEXANDER and COPPEL - OPP. G.P.O.
THE
CUT PRICE JEWELLERS
CRESCENT and STAR BROOCH, in
13ct. gold, with 14 first-quality
pearls and turquoise, green, blue,
or red stones ; price, - 18/6.
THE
CUT PRICE
JEWELLERS - MANICURE SETS, hall-marked sil-
ver, consisting of three pieces, bent
scissors; price .....?
ALEXANDER and COPPEL —COR. BOURKE and
ALEXANDER and COPPEL—ELIZABETH STS.;
ALEXANDER and COPPEL—122 BRIDGE ROAD,
ALEXANDER and COPPEL—RICHMOND;
ALEXANDER and COPPEL—378 CHAPEL-ST.,
ALEXANDER and COPPEL—SOUTH
ALEXANDER and COPPEL—YARRA.
AXMINSTER CARPETS—At REINHARDT'S,
AXMINSTER CARPETS—At REINHARDT'S,
AXMINSTER CARPETS—At REINHARDT'S.
SPECIAL SHOW—SPECIAL VALUES.
—A New Shipment is just in of AXMINSTER
CARPETS, with Borderings, rich and luxurious
in their Oriental colourings, of red, blue, and
green. Some are in blue, with pink and green;
some self-toned green, self-toned blue, self-toned
red, self-toned vieux rose pink. Others are in
light blue ground, with soft shades of pink roses
showing; dark green, with terra cotta gold con-
ventional designs; terra cotta ground, with Per-
sian design, and many other exquisite and artistic
colour combinations, Stair Carpetings to match,
in 3/4 and 4/4 widths. The wondrous beauty of
these New Floor Coverings can only be appre-
ciated by a personal visit. Prices, too, are ex-
tremely reasonable.
F. O. REINHARDT.—Corner Toorak-road and
F. O. REINHARDT Chapel-street,
F. O. REINHARDT. SOUTH YARRA.
EGYPTIAN HENNA (Arabi's only g.......), for
grey hair; 10,000 specimen cases, 3/6. Cole's,
Foy's, Maclellan's Big Store, E....... Single
....., 1/. Perfection.
FACE MASSAGE, Steaming, Vapourising .....
tings, 3/6; Wrinkles removed by ...........
treatment. J. ? Eve, ........ hair specialists, ....
Bourke-st., op. Market.
GREY HAIR.—"ILLA" NEW TREATMENT
perfect black and brown, washable ....
chemists or direct from Miss Maloney, .........
Lygon-st.
....................
.....................
.....................
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U'cmen »ho tlesdrt» to lool Ihelr ltcst ».iouT I tish
the 111 Ul \l»ssAl,r. INtxTlTtm*. 2.1 l«Hin«
»Irert. Mell.Minte, le r cimidexlon trratnui t, im 1er
Vile II IlulIntirln'a |»-r~!ial tupenI.Ui Huh
Hie «trruuniis ntuml of «ulerululntr tint li.I. »-a
t»n brins« »iih ii, lira need fur n(r.. lint." the
lirrxl lient-* and nimrle« ol Ihe lace I« inipcrattir
lace» Massacr, a« pntllxst Item itally. Is a mt-«
e »nullité «-nation, and lixne-s one«« skin tn»h ami
Omi. Mile Rubins»!» »iiouhl I«. coii«ilte.t on ant
»lln Imaildi-s Her ad,lee I« free, but uti»- Hie
I »ii ».Imbi' nn that acconnl. Hirth Marl«, II 1
lo»«. Red No«*«, Dl^Kuriiv «-vavll.t, llrlnlle«
lt.sul.il Ililli», taeat-s. Mole« are remossxl hero dall»
ulirn the tiermaiicnt rradlutlon ol tuj»crthi«>u«
I «tra I« undertaken nilli tuifallluir «aieee«« Duli
Hie m»»t uiiprutril mrlhotlt ol limtlti.-iilal toll, I
»?»?culilt« «re (»ilíones! .« pet-tonally leal neil l»i
»Hie II Uni,lustcln «hen In I tin.|»» rerentl, ,
I alare Min lootl, an cxipiliite nulilinent ("r lit » 1
tkln, i-mt,hut xrrlnlile\ crowtferf. freckle«, tan, I
«allowm»e, Ac It« rltliii» tailsh'y ropletf, bul.
In ptrfosiuanci» <»( proml-si It »tarni« |n rstilmnt
I d an I li' jar, |»stato ill, lalaju» lllitklie«! anti
upen pen» Curt-cure« Iii. most olittlniie rate«-, i
»I | n ml I.» mrtllral auHiorltlt-«, S fl, |»v»inl 3/
latste llrrlaal Niap, tlellghilully rleiiuui-t and'
I nell)ng, mad«» li-oin «lou«»!« ami mr» lirrl»», V
.akt. pulest ii Ilium» Hair hiller, (or lite
lum» n un »al el »npertluoiii hain». Unit lunn
llie in .1 iMIeate »kin, ha« a prest »otrtie in
lim lae pi»t«_o II I alan llasu«. Hullera,
.Ingle « r .atti lull »(se lux »null «ti, 1. ii large
»n lue I» n eeiun Iel. »rt of three, "J m
I. j Uni. .li nil.l« <r .lircel from Mile II, 'tullin
»i, lina, 11 'li Hin» ili-e_i_l|i_n»Mirtt
BEAUTY.
Women ....... desire to look their best so ........
the .......... MASSAGE INSTITUTE ...................
street, Melbourne, for complexion treatment, under
Mlle. H. Rubinstein's personal supervision. With
the ........ amount of entertaining that this sea-
son brings with it, the need for refreshing the
...... ....... and muscles of the face is imperative.
Face Massage, as practised here daily, is a most
........ sensation, and leaves one's skin ..... and
firm. Mlle. Rubinstein should be consulted on any
skin troubles. Her advice is free, but none the
less valuable on that account. Birth Marks, H...
lows, Red Noses, Disfiguring Growths, Wrinkles,
Double Chins, Scars, Moles are removed here daily
when the permanent eradication of superfluous
hairs is undertaken with unfailing success. Only
the most approved methods of Continental .....
specials ..... are followed as personally learned by
Mlle. H. Rubinstein when in Europe recently.
Valaze Skin Food, an exquisite nutriment for the
skin, removing wrinkles, crowsfeet, freckles, .....
sallowment, &c. Its claims lavishly copied, but
in performance of pro.... .............................
.... and ..... jar, postage 6d. Valaze Blackhead and
Open Pore Cure cures the most obstinate cases,
approved by medical authorities, 2/6, posted ...
Valaze Herbal Soap, delightfully cleansing and
purifying, made from almonds and ................
....., posted ....... Rusmo Hair Killer ................
home removal of superfluous hairs W..... harm
the most delicate skin; has a great vogue in
Europe ........ postage 3d. Valaze Massage Rollers,
single ..... each, full size box, small set, ...... large
set of two ....... complete set of three ..... All
leading chemists, or direct from Mlle. H. Rubin-
stein and Co., 2.. Collins-street, Melbourne.
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DAINT1, INI.\PEN-sll I.
llathlnff mkt an» io be more» rxla-n
tltely »san» Ihl* **ia»n»tticr than rvssr I«**
l»re-saucii an» taAiiien'« sacíate*, lu
«nlieipatlon uf Ihl« tleman.l, no hate
inadt» crrry rlfori let t-tx-ut-r» Um liest
Italatle ¡irulut-Uon« (rnin lite» le-illnc
Oriental tom«. Tlie» «ttrjcllvo «net
,»trn«l»e ,H«i4«y Includci.- i
-Ttssuill: Midi», I
lum, mid
ïillv. Illili
-um. 2 o tu -i u
-ooLouiita» ann SIM».« i
In .11 ti-aiti«*, ï-itv. I ii »-anl
-sitlNTl Ni) M1.K8, In all nruct tliado
lilli u-hle. 4 « at>l & ii > ard
-iviiiTi. jipinim: hil h 1
Sir».. Ittltl ; Î2ln, 1/21, ant 1.(1, 2Tin ,
I 11 up io «/!'
-COI'»t IIU> JAI'AMM: MM»», in all
.Jude«, 1/, li«, S,- yard.
IIH.II-Cl.lst, PIlhSsM IMV!
ai stoni.il iTR i«nia.
I'tltra« awl Mraoutinenl loimi
On Application.
l'crtect tit (¡lUrttitceJ.
iN-srrcnoN' iniited.
iHOniRT-ilN"
IND
S10II« IT,
1101 UM
ST11L1-T, .
B
AT ROBERTSON AND MOFFAT'S
"The House of Quality"
DAINTY, INEXPENSIVE
EASTERN WASHING SILKS,
EASTERN WASHING SILKS.
Washing Silks are to be more ex.....
...... worth this Summer than ever be-
fore such are Fashion's dictates. In
anticipation of this demand, we have
made every effort to ensure the best
fabric productions from the leading
Oriental looms. The attractive and
extensive display includes:—
TUSSORE SILKS,
? in., ...d
? in, ...................... 2/3
? in. .................
COLOURED CHINA SILKS.
In all shades, 22in., 1/9 yard
SHANTUNG SILKS, in all newest shades
?in. wide, 4/6 and 5/6 yard
WHITE JAPANESE SILK
?in. 10½d; 22in., ? , and 1/6, 27in.,
...................
COLOURED JAPANESE SILKS, in all
shades, 1/, 1/8, 2/3 yard
HIGHCLASS DRESSMAKING
AT MODERATE PRICES
Pattersn and Measurement Forms
On Application
Perfect Fit Guaranteed.
INSPECTION INVITED.
ROBERTSON AND MOFFAT,
BOURKE STREET.
Drapers
Tailors
Footwear Importers
and Carpet
Warehousemen.
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lift -lln lv Jill ... ... -t-tV/O
Il.aith Ittie» « ti ii * i it» ti I I
M »or (lolh-, Kiwil desini« . tards tule 3/11
M.ll PITTH1N UNO* pleaslns effect, 2 yardi
nilli 1/ tari
tRtV.ID »\MINsTHt DOOR MlTs, 1 i, 2 3
CHINISI HITTING* \l O'«! 1/ 11 »anl
Mill 1.V.D Ml SUN Hilt MINI, ( I I1T11N*, oTtn
»»Ile, «ne» ii Price lill I »ard
TINS! I, (»i'XNlsi Ml -I IN fr (ann tlrrsie«,
Ul tar!
HOLSMIOLI» IlNlNs an i MINCIIF-TFR
COOPs
Dinl«K cr/>Ti|s jtirittt ?' rr « i ion
cat h
DIMlsK C1 OTU* 2 tarda bj 1 « 1 10 t!, 1 '
catii
: .»MtllFTTIs in , li - II to it 1.(1 «leren
72ln lllllll lilli le -III ITIM.. li», l/ll
tan)
fOin HUIT) Til It I. sill-ITIM l J 10
»arl
Mill I I I) COTTilN Pilton «IIP« 1, fjd.
»RUIN Tlllll 11) 1IN1N 1110 «-IREIDS,
HU II II»«»« OOP«
IT IIDliril 1TI l'RICl S.
I*01NT I ICI Tiltil CINTIll.s, HlND'-OMl
lltsiONs s, 1, i ,"!,
DRUIN Ililli III ;il Mills, 10, 1/11, C 11
TINN1S MalNNII.o, 1 3, 1 ii, 1 n »arl
1101 si HOI D I1NIN-1 ill l|»IFD ml »I IHKl D
run oi cn met,
the m icio cm. i»tu ni orrNiD is i
Ml» Dil«.
TUE Cil Uti is II Hill» «TORE*»,
til IPI I STREET,
! » mu IN.
BORDERED NYANZA BRUSSELS CARPETS.
3 yards by 3 .. 57/6
3 yards by 4 .. 76/
CHARMING AXMINSTER CARPETS.
14ft. 3in. by 11ft. .. £6/7/6
Hearth Rugs, 4/6, 6/6, 8/6, 10/6, 13/6
Floor Cloths, good designs, 2 yards wide, 1/11
yard.
NEW PATTERN LINOS, pleasing effect, 2 yards
wide, 3/ yard.
FRINGED AXMINSTER DOOR MATS, 1/9, 2/3
each
CHINESE MATTINGS, 7½d., 9½d., 1/, 1/3 yard
FRILLED MUSLIN, FOR LONG CURTAINS, 57in.
wide; Special Price, 10½d. yard.
TINSEL JAPANESE, MUSLIN, for fancy dresses,
6d. yard.
THE QUEEN ANNE BRISE BRISS CURTAIN
MUSLIN, 1/4½, 1/6, 1/9, 1/11 yard.
HOUSEHOLD LINENS and MANCHESTER
GOODS.
DAMASK CLOTHS, 2 yards by 2½, 6/6, 8/6, 10/6
each
DAMASK CLOTHS, 2 yards by 3, 8/6, 10/6, 15/
each
SERVIETTES, 3/11, 5/11, 7/11, 10/6, 15/6 dozen
72in. WHITE TWILL SHEETING, 1/1½, 1/4½
yard
80in. WHITE TWILL SHEETING, 1/3½, 1/6
yard
FRILLED COTTON PILLOW SLIPS, 6½d., 8½d.,
1/ each.
CALICOES and LONGCLOTHS, 36in. wide, 4d.,
6d., 8d., 10d.
SATIN QUILTS, DOUBLE-BED SIZE, for
SUMMER USE.
DRAWN THREAD LINEN BED SPREADS,
HIGHCLASS GOODS,
AT MODERATE PRICES,
POINT LACE TABLE CENTRES, HANDSOME
DESIGNS, 8/6, 10/6, 15/6 each
DRAWN THREAD RUNNERS, 1/6, 1/11, 2/11
each
TENNIS FLANNELS, 1/3, 1/6, 1/11 yard
HOUSEHOLD LINENS HEMMED and MARKED
FREE OF CHARGE.
THE MAGIC CAVE WILL BE OPENED IN A
FEW DAYS.
THE CHARLES M. READ STORES,
CHAPEL STREET,
PRAHRAN.
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rilHE CHIRLES M. UFAD STOnES
cn in irSTnrtT,
rnuiRiN.
IS MIRRI ICE I I IIILRF7
It is Might} iiiceesjtfiil it Innr Hou«e is Nice!»
!. urnhlwil lim sv HOI 1) 1)11 WY lilis nnd T UIU
UN1NS arc c«xcntlal for mallntr tile llOMi IT
TR ICT11 r
lit preenl In Oi r Hill TIM 111 «FI KTM)
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THE CHARLES M. READ STORES.
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Bordered Tapestry Carpets, 3 yards by 3 .. 30/
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