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COMPULSORY MOTOR INSURANCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER-MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

COMPULSORY MOTOR INSURANCE. TO THE EDITOR OP THE COURIER-MAIL. Sir,-I was very pleased to read in the Courier-Mail that it is the inten- tion of the Government to move in the matter of compelling motorists to take out insurance to cover accidents to pedestrians. This is a step in which the Government will be most heartily supported by the community. Recently you made special reference to a certain case where the person was permanently incapacitated and could obtain no redress, through the driver of the car exempting himself from lia- bility under some arrangement with the owner of the car. This is only one case, and I personally know of at least three other similar cases. It is cer- tainly time" some drastic action was taken, and the Government is more than justified in moving in the mat- ter, and I sincerely hope that they will not be influenced by interested parties endeavouring to draw a red herring across the track. -I am, sir, &c, C. F. HOGAN. Brisbane, August 29.

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OUR READERS' DIARY. Announcements of a Social character may be made under this heading at the rate of 1/9 per line. AUGUST 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

OUR READERS' DIARY. . a .-<?,>-»»#--ew.^-eH»«t..».ia.^ .».«?»»..a-a-eMe-a { Announcements of a Social char- i ï aoter may be made under this ? t heading at the rate of 1/9 per line f \UGTJST 31 J. ne musical luncheon arranged by the committee of the District Nursing As- sociation for to-day has been postponed. Watch this column for a date to be fixed. Meeting of Scout carnival committed, whicl.' was to have been held at 10.30 has been postponed to 11.30, and will be held at the Scout headquarters, Adelaide Street. St. Laurence's card and dance evenlnc at the College. Annual meeting of the Young Women's Christian Association In association rooms, Adelaide Street. The Lord Mayor (Alder- man J. W. Greene) will preside. Annual dance ot All Hallows' Pas Pupils' Association at the Trocadero, 8.30 p.m. SEPTEMBER 1. Q.C.W.A., Toowong branch, monthly meeting. Members requested attend, finalise arrangements forthcoming fete. A to Z Revue In aid of Sir Leslie Wil- son Scout fund ...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

That tiny little leaf fe full of Fragrant Sap-juice That is the leaf we take for Bushells Blue Label, that tender young bud leaf reaching out for the warmth of the sun. Give it another day or so there on the plant and it will grow as coarse as all the other leaves. But we pluck it before the tropical sun has time to spoil the flavor or scorch any of it away. Therein lies the essential difference between Blue Label and ordinary tea.1 Therein lies the secret of its delicious flavor, and its wonderful economy in use. Over two hundred cups from a single pound- seven big cups oj delicious tea for Id. You save money by using Bushells Blue Label Tea. It is so pure and rich that a pound yields you more than 200 cups. WM> mwmmm>W'^ \HSW57i m COLDS FLU and RHEUMATISM BANISHED WITH A5PR0 QUICK action is the keynote of the day. oromot remedies. That 'ASPRO' i: Modern illnesses and conditions demand prompt remedies. That 'ASPRO' is the quickest means of banishing colds influenza and rheuma...

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TO-DAY'S YESTERDYS [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

TODAY'S YESTERDAY BY ROBERT TURNER On August 31, in different years, two men passed away who have left their marks deeply imprinted in the history of this country. In 1814, Captain Arthur Phillip, who was the first Governor of New South Wales, died at Bath, England. The other man, who died in 1884, was Sir Robert Torrens. He was an original member of the South Australian Land Com- pany; he was a member of the Legis- lative Assembly, and was the origi- nator of the Torrens Title system of land registration. Henry V, King of England, passed away on August 31, 1422, and John Bunyan, the author of "The Pilgrim's Progress," died on this day in 1688. General Sir "Sam" Browne, the in- ventor of the well-known belt, while serving with the 2nd Punjab Cavalry at Seerporah on August 31, 1858, won a V.C. In the encounter he lost his left arm at the shoulder. To-day's birthdays include:-Wil- helmina (1380), Queen of the Nether- lands, Lucius Commodus (161), Roman Emperor, and Bombadier Wells (18...

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ROBERTS CASE. FURTHER REMAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

ROBERTS CASE. FURTHER. REMAND, Evidence "was heard in the Police Couit yesterday, before Mr. P. M. Hishon, P.M., Jn the case in which George Alexander Roberts, alias Edward Hard- ing (26), was charged that between July 25 and August 5, at Brisbane, by having falsely pretended to Ernest Broomhead that he was E. Harding, of Cooktown, trading in the trochus-shell, beche-de-mer, pearl shell, and sponge industries in Northern waters, and that he had recently come from Thursday Island to get a partner to assist him in the industries, he obtained from Broomhead £195, with intent to de- fraud. Mr. W. J. Kennedy appeared for the defendant, and Senior Sergeant F. B. Kearney prosecuted. Detective J. F. Buggy said that on August 8 he and Detective Glynn saw Jefendant on a boat a* Hawthorne. De icndant went into a storeroom on the boat, and Detective Glynn called out: .Roberts has thrown some documents .nto the river." Witness said that an attempt would be made to recover the documents. Defendan...

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UNLAWFULLY ON PREMISES. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

UNLAWFULLY ON PREMISES. On Tuesday evening Reginald Alton Ritchie (21), labourer, was found on the veranda of the home of William Henry'Pegg, at Rocklea. He ran away, but was caught and handed over to the police. Ritchie appeared before Mr. P. M. Hishon, P.M., in the City Police Court yesterday, and pleaded guilty to a charge that, without lawful excuse, he was found in the dwelling house of Pegg. Senior Sergeant J. Henderson said that two rooms at the house had been ransacked and defendant said that he was trying to get something to fit him. The defendant was sentenced to im- prisonment for one month, with hard labour.    

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NEW PLANES. OFFICER'S PRAISE. GREAT SPEED. (Australian Cable Service.) LONDON, August 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

NEW PLANES. OFFICER'S PRAISE. GREAT SPEED. (Australian Cable Service.) LONDON, August 29. After having inspected the Hawker-   Harts, and Hawker-Furies types of aeroplanes, which the Australian Air Force is acquiring, Flight-Lieutenant Sturt Griffith, of Sydney, said they were marvellous machines. The speed, general utility, and handling in the air were vastly superior to the Austra- lian Air Force's existing Wapitis. "The Hawker-Harts," he said, "can do the Wapiti's job 50 miles an hour faster, and they can climb much faster." Fllght-Lieutenant Griffith inspected Britain's principal aerodromes, in- cluding the Tangmere fighting squadron, the Calshot flying base for the naval air arm and special testing squadrons and the Midland manu- facturing centres; his year's tour in- cludes visits to the leading European air forces. He will return to Austra- lia in the New Year.

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A SAINTLY MAN. Late Archbishop Sharp. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

A SAINTLY MAN. Late Archbishop Sharp. Not only the Anglican commun- ity of Queensland but the whole Empire suffers through the death of such a man as Archbishop Sharp was. Because he was a saintly man he was a good citizen. He had the real missionary spirit, so it was not a matter for great wonder that when the late Dr. Stone Wigg resigned the Bishop- ric of New Guinea, and the posi- tion was offered to Dr. Sharp, he should gladly accept it. It was not a matter for wonder that after he had served successfully as Bishop of New Guinea for 10 years and the Archbishopric of Brisbane was offered he should accept, and, with both humility and pride, say that he was "purely a missionary Bishop." His strength as an administrator of his Church was in that purely mièsionary spirit. But when he spoke of mis- sions he was not thinking only of those to whom the. light of Christianity had not come; he was thinking, too, of the work that lay before him in Queensland. He was a simple, lovable man, a...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

ENGAGEMENT NOTICES. DODDS-STANLEY.-The engagement is announced of Marjory, only Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Stanley, Rain- bow Street, Sandgate, to Kenneth, eldest Son of Mrs. A. Dodds and the late G. S. Dodds, Alexander Street, Sandgate. DEATHS. ACHESON.-August 26th. 1933, at the Mater Miseriordiae Hospital, Waratah N.S.W., Robert George, dearly beloved Son of Mrs. J. Acheson, of 11 Park Road, St. Leonards, Sydney, and the late Mr. James Acheson, of Sherwood, Brisbane, and Brother of Isabel, Cecil, Madge, and Glad, aged 38 years. Thy will be done. HOBKIRK.-At Brisbane, on the 30th August, 1933, Edward Owen Hobkirk, in his 88th year. Privately interred, Ips- wich. IN MEMORIAM. BARWICK.-In loving memory of my dear Wife and our Mother, Eliza Barwick, who passed away 31st August, 1930. Loved and remembered. HENDLE.-In loving memory of our Son, George James, who died August 31st, 1929, Aged 5½ years. Inserted by his loving Mother, Father, and Sister. Gone, but not forgotten. HENDLE.-...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. D ENTIST C. G. FREW, L.D.Q., Country Press Chambers. Edward Street. B5043. D R. SHIRLEY LANE has resumed practice. _ The Pictorial Section oí "THE QUEENSLANDER" For August 31 includes: TYPES OF OCEAN-GOING ' SAILING VESSELS.-Two and three masted schooners. A NORTHERN BEACH ROAD.-A page ol picturesque views. CROWS NEST SHOW. BLACKALL.-I.-An Interesting series ol photographs taken by "The Queens- lander" Caravanncr. THE -TEACHING STAFF OF THE NORMAL SCHOOL IN 1885. OTHER FEATURES.-From the other side of the world (presentation of colours to the 2nd Battalion, Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders; Ceylon Boy Scouts; Captain Cook's boyhood home; Dutch ' woman champion. Javelin thrower; striking bathing and beach ' costumes); Visiting New South Wales and Victorian bowlers: the winning en- try In "The Queenslander" wildflower quilt competition; the Queensland wood- chop champion; the successful Eungella Public School Choir; a record-breaking trotter; Bend Or (No. 42 of ...

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BALL FOR TOC H FUNDS. Good Turns Bring Returns. Doing any job that would not have been done if they were not in existence, the members of Toe II have among their greatest achievements a blood transfusion leam of 20 workers, and the lesser undertakings include assistance when other organisations seek help to ensure tlie success of benefits. Therefore, it was not surprising to find divers s[?]heres represented at the ball held at Lennon's last evening to assist Toc [?] funds. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

BALL FOR TOC H FUNDS. Qood Turns Bring Returns* Doing; any job that would not have been done if they, were not in existence, the members of Toe II have among their greatest achievements a blood transfusion leam of 20 workers, and the lesser undertakings include assistance when other organisations seek help to ensure tlie success of benefits. Therefore, it was not surprising to find divers spheres represented at the ball held at Lennon's last evening to assist Toe II funds. The Governor (Sir Leslie Wilson) and Lady Wilson attended, accom- panied by Mrs. A. V. Stark. Major A. V. Stark (private secretary) attend-d his Excellency. Mrs. E. M. Ralph as president of the ball committee, received the Vice- regal guests, with Mr J. C. Arkell, who is State president of Toe H, and presented flowers to Lady Wilson on behalf of the committee. Fine black lace fashioned Lady Wilson's gown, which she topped with a golden fitch fur.cape, and colour was given by a cluster of mauve pop- pies with black...

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SOCIAL TOPICS. To Correspondents—Communication[?] intended for insertion in this column should be addressed to "The Women's Department," and bear the name and address of the writer. Social news will not now be taken over the telephone. Engagement notices are not now published in the social columns, but will be found among the notices on the leader page, where full particulars are given. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

SOCIAL TOPICS. To Correspondents -Communication* In- tended for Insertion In this 'column should be addressed to "The Women's Department," and bear the name and address of the writer. Social news will not now be taken over the telephone. Engagement notices are not now pub- lished in the social columns, but will be found among the notices on the leader page, where full particulars arc given. Sir Keith and Lady Murdoch, who are visiting Brisbane from Melbourne, will leave by the Canberra on Friday on a visit to Cairns. Sir George and Lady Fairbairn (Mel- bourne), who have been visiting Central Queensland, are now staying at the Hotel Cecil. Mrs. W. A. Mackay Miss Sheila Mackay, and Mr. Jock Mackay are passengers by the canberra, which will arrive in Brisbane from the South to-day. Miss Sybil Warner will leave to- morrow to spend a holiday with Mr. and Mrs. "W. Kent, Jondaryan. Mesdames Ivan Dimant (Melbourne) and A. E. Stevens (England) are stay- ing at Lennon's. Mr and Mrs. W. Collye...

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"NEW SHIPMATE." REVISED SIGNAL CODE. INCREASED VOCABULARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

"NEW SHIPMATE." REVISED SIGNAL CODE. INCREASED VOCABULARY. Possibly with some deep sentiment, mariners' of the seven seas at mid- night on December 31 next will part with a shipmate of more than 40 years-the old book of International Code Signals. Well-thumbed copies of this book now occupy a berth in chart rooms beside boxes of weather-beaten flag signals. The regret that will be ex- perienced by "old salts" at the part- ing will be tempered by the knowledge that the brand new book, containing the revised code, will simplify and ac- celerate signalling at sea. The revision of the code involves also a revision of the flags. Pennants that represented five letters, C D E F and G will be withdrawn from the bunting alphabet, and they will be re- placed by five square flags. These pentyints, however, will not disappear front the signal halyards, as they will be used to denote the numerals 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5; and five more pennants will complete the notation-6 to 10. Three more pennants of...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

ENTER I'AINMENTS. ' NOW SHOWING SESSIONS FROM 9 50 AM. - EVENING SESSION, 7 45 P.M. brilliant and Tuneful Entcrtainmcn I The most popular man on, the scieen al his besl THEATRE ROYAL. Direction-Connors &. Paul Theatres, Pty. Ltd. Now Being Thoroughly RENOVATED and REDECORATED Throughout. GRAND GALA OPENING, FRIDAY, SEPT. 8th, at 8 P.M. Direct from His Record Breaking Season at the Tivoli Theatre, Mel- bourne. THE PRINCE OF COMEDIANS, AUSTRALIA'S OWN JIM GERALD, and his MUSICAL COMEDY COY., in "The Moorish Maid." A New Show Every Week* Managerial note-We desire to convey to the Theatre-going Public of Brisbane that the above Shows will be staged com- plete in every detail as given at the Tivoli Theaties, Sydney & Melbourne. POPULAR PRICES, i/f/, 3/, 2/, V. Pins Tax. Box Plans open at Paling's To-morrow, Friday 48 Pages of News Short Stoiles Jokes Articles, beautiful Photographs, tie i.c THE CHANCE OF A LIFETIME mai appear In to-da> s classifleo ad\eitLie ln "The Qu...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

TOUR AND TRAVEL. A.-Paget Motors, Drlveyourself Cars, S1 Paul's Terrace, Valley. Ring B5560. A.-Cahlll's Drive Yourself Cars, Holi- days, week-ends, business, 8-cyl. Ford sedans, Little Nine Standards. Chryslers, from 15/ day. to £5 week. 101 George Street. Brisbane. 'Phone B6720. CtOUNTRY Tours.-Seaside excursions ' conducted. Tourist trips arranged anywhere. We specialise In woddlngs. City Motor Service. B5177. ELDERLY lady desires seat motor car, travelling Sydney, Melbourne, early September. Reply MrB. Nuthall, Bo* 108B, GPO . Brisbane FOWLER'S Drlveyourself Cars. F9630. Dozens available. 200 miles a week for 50/. Est. 12 years. Free delivery. RESORTS. Where to Spend Your Holidays. BEECHMONT. "BON Vue" Guest House, elcc. light, ten- nis, billiards, riding, trips Natural Bridge. Springbrook, Mt. Hobwee. 4000ft Coomera Gorge. 'Pho. 17. M. E. Garrett, prop. BRIBIE. SHIRLEY, comfortable Cottages, special reduced rentals, both beaches. Shirley, 'Phone 8._ BURLEIGH HEADS. j Scenic. Su...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

ENTERTAINMENTS. THE BIGGEJT SHOW IN TOWN Z Tlinitr. IS NO DEFLATION IN ENTERTAINMENT AT THE TIVOLI, slnco each programme is carefully selected for it« Inflation value In merriment, heart-appeal, romance, and its brilliance ot production. The currency of each programme js a gilt-edged security of real amuseiicnt. our storks rise again this week with another golden programme.-Yours for the best in talk Ing-TED LAND. You've wanted something new in entertainment-well here it is-the de- lightful comedy of women who do the wooing, and men who are willing. ^-. STARTING TO-MORROW Showing In Association. "NURTSERY RHYMES" -all colour musical revue Cinesound Australian Review. Universal and Fox Overseas Ncivsrcels. SERVICE.-Continuous lrom 10 a.m. daily. Roof Garden 7 p.m. night'y. Saturdays 5 p.m. ATTEND EARLY SESSIONS - CHEAPER RATES. For Reserve 'Phone Theatre, B3535. Now Showing-positively last day: CONSTANCE BENNETT, in "ROCKABYE"-"CALL- ED BACK"-"BYGONES.' -"WINTER TIME" Spor ts Film, G...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

RESORTS. NATIONAL PARK. Mountain, Scenic NATIONAL Park, via Canungra, Motor Sorvice. Car leaves Town Hall, Park- ing Station, Roma St., Sun., 7 p.m.. Mon,, 4 p.m.," Tues., 4 p.m., Thura., 8,30 a.m., Frl., 1.30 p.m., Sat., 8.30 a.m. .Leaves Canungra 6.30 a.m.. Tues., 10 a.m., Wed., a a.m., Thurs., 12 p.rri., Frl., 4.30 p.m.. Sat, 12.30 p m. Trips to National Park and Beechmont by arrangement._ REDCLIFFE. Miles of Bathing Beaches. SEABRAE, Redcliffe, first-class accom., septic syBtem, tennis, bowling green, showers, garages, e.l. Sampson, 'Phone 10. HOTEL Ambassadors, sea frontage, ex- cellent table, special week-end tariff from 10/. 'Phone 7.. Mrs. McDonald. MARGATE, Somerset Guest House, also flats and houses, from 10/ week. See our new s c. flats. Bennett, Redcliffe 78. REDCLIFFE buses leave Brisbane Mon. to Frl., 8.15,* 10 a.m., 1.15, 3.15, 5.40 P.m., Sat., 8.15,» 10 a.m., 12.15, 1.15, 3.15, 6 p.m.. Sun.,* B.15 a.m., 1.15, 7.15 p.m. * Via Clayfleld-Nundah. Others via Kedron. Red. ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

OVERELLS' (Pty.) LTD. NEW! CHARMING ! ! EXCLUSIVE ! ! ! THESE WORDS EXPRESS IN A DEGREE OUR NEW SEASON LADIES UNDIES. New! decidedly so. 'Tis the first time these numbers have been advertised. Made specially for Overells'. Every ¿arments bears our "Phoenix" trade mark. This means not only are the styles exclusive but carry our fullest gUComeealong and see for yourself. First view the window display, then visit the department (Showroom Floor). _ LADIES' NATURAL PUGI SILK NIGHTS; pretty all-over lace yoke, finished with shimng. S. Women's and Women's. PRICE 5/11. LADIES' CRIMP NIGHTDRESSES, in entirely new patterns, pretty wing sleeves, women's, 3/11; O.S., 4/11. LADIES' ' NATURAL PUGI SILK PYJAMAS;' tuck-in style, new short sleeves, design in Pastel shades on bodice. S. women's and Women's, 7/11; X.O.S., 8/11. LADIES' PLAIN LAWN PYJAMAS, also with new short sleeves, tuck-in shapes, trimmed with applique de- signs and contrasting binding. Women's Size, 4/11; OS, 5/11. LADIES' NATURAL ...

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SUMMARY AND INDEX. International. Metropolitan forecast for to-day. —Fine and warmer. Wind light to moderate north-easterly. Queensland.—Generally fine weather, interrupted by scattered showers along and near coast, chiefly north from the Tropic, and sporadic thunderstorms inland. Cold at night on south-eastern Downs; warmer generally by day throughout. The maximum temperature yesterday in each State capital was as follows:—Brisbane, 72.9; Sydney, 68.2; Melbourne, 64.8; Perth, 57.8; Hobart, 59.6; Adelaide, 70.1. To-day's High Tides.—3ft. 11in. at 5.35 a.m.; 6ft. 6in. at 6.35 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

SUMMARY AND INDEX.   International. Metropolitan forecast for to-day. -Fine and warmer. Wind light to moderate north-easterly. Queensland.-Generally fine weather, interrupted by scattered showers along and near coast, chiefly north from the Tropic, and sporadic thunderstorms inland. Cold at night on south-eastern Downs; warmer generally by day throughout. The maximum temperature yes- terday in each State capital was as follows:-Brisbane, 72.9; Sydney, 68.2; Melbourne, 64.8; Perth, 57.8$ Hobart, 59.6; Adelaide, 70.1. To-day's High Tides.-3ft. Hin. at 5.35 a.m.; Cft. Gin. at 6.35 p.m. The Railway Superannuation Re- peal Bill was introduced and read a first time in Parliament yesterday The second reading has been set down for to-day. From figures submitted to Parlia- ment by the Government analyst it appears that slightly more than three quarters of the milk supply of Queens- land conforms to the required stan- dard. A statutory reduction of the soluble lead in paint from ...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

AUCTION SALES AND PROPERTY LIST. IK*-""? THIS DAY, AT 10.30 A.M., At the Mart, Albert Street. By Order of Trustees, Under Deed of Arrangement re MARTHA WHITTAKER, of NAMBOUR. J. SMALES & CO., PTY., LTD., Will sell by Auction, as above. Stock of JEWELLERY, GLASS AND CHINA WARE, XYLONITE WARE, LEATHER AND FANCY GOODS, E.P. WARE, CUTLERY, Etc., Etc. WITHOUT RESERVE. Prclty Dappled Tiled Roof BUNGALOW AT ASCOT. Brand new, northerly aspect, fine view, 3 minutes tram, containing Lounge and Dining-room, divided by Lcadllght Swing Doors, 3 Bed- rooms, opening on to Sleeplng-out Verandah, celled, well-fltted-up Kitchen with Gas Stove, enamel sink. Tradesman Cupboard, Pantry, and Pot Cupboards, Bathroom. Terazza Floor, tllux walls. Roman Bath. Basin, Geyser, shaving mirror, sewored, separate lavatory, main rooms and first bedroom beautifully papered and Art Plaster Dome Ceilings, beautifully fin- ished throughout, 24 perches. PRICE, £1200. TERMS. G. T. BENNETT AND CO.. NEW ZEALAND CHA...

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