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20 The Age, Friday 14 June 1985 t'H ffttt vs S V s J. sj'ce of Walter Butler's old masterpiece By JOHN WESTWOOD DAME Nellie Melba is among the past residents of a remarkable development of flats at Toorak, one of which has come onto the market, a rare event in itself. Preview this week looks at 7A41 Tintern Avenue, where Melbourne architect Walter R. Butler at the turn of the century built a fine home for himself and his wife, who was Millicent Howard, of the Howards who established a grazing property east of the city, named Studley Park. Butler named his Toorak bouse Studley, but its character changed to a remarkable degree about 1918 when he had the idea of adding some flats to it He built some on the tennis court, a few more on the main block near the house and also turned the house proper into a series of maisonettes. This man however was no speculator. He was not in search of a fast buck, it seems; his aim was more in line with creating a garden setting where "respectable" people (vetted by Butler himself) could live in peace and tranquillity. The idea took off, and Butler's flats were always in demand. He did not sell his flats, preferring to rent them to the right folk, among them in later years being Dame Nellie Melba Butler wrote to her in 1924 asking if she would care to become a tenant, and she wrote back from Coombe Cottage, Coldstream saying how delighted she was with his proposition. Soon after that, she did agree to rent a flat and her letter of acceptance was produced for our perusal by the present owner of 7A, who sent us a copy of it and a later note from her to Mr Butler inviting him to dinner and the opera, but also asking him to tell his gardener not to mix red and magnolia flowers in the grounds "quite so much". Flat 7A41 Tintern Avenue, Toorak is to be auctioned tomorrow at noon by Bennison Mackin-non Real Estate (20 8761) and it virtually is in the condition Butler would have wanted. The gardens still are beautifully preserved and indeed the agents call the flat "an enchanting garden apartment". They must be right The accommodation is generous, two bedrooms, study, kitchen, plus large livingroom flowing into a diningroom which looks out onto a slate-paved terrace and gardens. The flat to be sold is ground floor, and includes spacious bathroom, laundry facilities, a box-room and car parking space. The owner tells us also that in Butler's day, the house was the scene of many gracious parties enjoyed by the social set of Toorak although life changed for the family when the Butlers' only son, Howard, was killed in a plane crash during World Wan I. It was after that that Walter Butler conceived the idea of turning the house into flats and building further flats in the grounds. His work in design of the floor plans and the landscaping of the gardens still is a tribute to a brilliant man of vision. Walter Butler died in 1949 and his wife in 1954 and gradually the family sold off flats to selected buyers. The flat being sold tomorrow finally severs the links, because it is the last one in the ownership of a relative of the family line architect Mr David Alsop. The Butler house in 1918 title changed today. - S . LJi - r- '- : '- - The E-type Jaguar . . one of these superbly powerful cars has been acquired by Whitehorse Motors. The Jaguar to beat all Jaguars . By 'Age' motoring writer CHRIS DE FRAGA THE woman in the Jaguar waved over the yellow E-type Jaguar ahead and offered its driver boiled sweets. It was a classic man bites dog situation and the type was on its way to Whitehorse Motors where it wears a price of $35,000. The two Jaguar drivers had met, but the E-type is one of those cars where this situation sometimes has been described in reverse. That yellow E-type is an unusually good example of the car which Jaguar launched with a proper performance image. The XK120 was launched in the late 1940s with a 120 mph (193 kmh) run down the Jabbeke motorway in Belgium. The first road test of the Jaguar E-type showed a 150 mph (241 kmh) maximum. That was on 3.8 litres of that big, double overhead camshaft, six-cylinder engine. That model had the glass over the headlights, which was later removed mainly for the American market, and a high floor inside. The car at Whitehorse Motors, a 4.2 litre Series II, should have had a top speed not far short of that 241 kmh. The E-type went through a meta-morphoris as its designers shifted the focus from a Le Mans style road going racing sports car to something of a less terrifying, almost tame cat for American consumption. Florida traffic was so slow that the warmer local air moved through the radiator a little too slowly. So the radiator opening was enlarged in the Mk II model. This also allowed air conditioning, although the yellow car at Whitehorse Motors does not have this. It is refreshingly original in most respects. In any case, air conditioning introduced new problems engine heat rose again. And if you drove the car really fast, the air rushed through the radiator so quickly, they said, that it no longer cooled the car properly. Enthusiasm for E-types is growing around the world. The previous E-type I had been in was driven last year by a Swedish engineer in his clogs of course around the narrow byways at the back of Gothenburg. Driven only in summer months when Gothenburg did not need to salt the roads to melt the snow, the E-type in Sweden had not a trace of rust and it was the immaculate result of months of loving restoration in a heated garage at the back of the house. At the same garage, a special racing AC-Cobra is now taking shape. Driving the yellow car recently showed why E-types retain their appeal. It can still produce enormous acceleration and it really does not matter much which gear it is in . . . it is a little like a V8 in that; there is plenty of power. The condition of the car at Whitehorse Motors was unusually good, good enough to back the log books which said the car had travelled only 41,000 miles showing on its speedometer at the hands of its two owners. The carpets were clean, the leather of the seats neat and supple and the luggage compartment must have seen precious few bags. It was pristine. At least it had a big luggage compartment The open roadster in Sweden simply had a well-trimmed narrow boot slot which would take a fat briefcase and little more unless it was in crushable luggage. The open E-type certainly looked the best of the three models but the two-seater coupe was much better proportioned than the 2 plus 2 model fashioned to suit an imagined need for carrying people in the back. Its seating was always too small for that to be practical for more than sub-teen children. The E-type is proving a worthwhile investment Reasonable examples are bringing more than $30,000. The yellow Series II cost less than $10,000 when new some 17 years ago. Those brought to Australia like the yellow by the agents came with some of the options offered in England such as wire wheels. The yellow car had chromed wire wheels and they seemed to suit the car. Under the bonnet was not quite in the super-pristine concours condition of the Swedish car but it was particularly neat and original. The good thing about the E-types was that they were not particularly fussy cars. Their triple carburettors needed to be properly set up and, being SU carburettors, they went off-tune rapidly. But they would hold about 90-95 per cent of tune without much attention. It is a shame that the "big cat" of sports cars cannot really stretch out on our roads any more. It was streamlined from the side as well as the front a hangover of the work done on the D-type racing Jaguar for Le Mans where the long Hunaudieres straight was famed for cross winds. Having that huge Jaguar engine under the long bonnet meant the E-type would follow its nose faithfully, sometimes understeering more than expected. It had all-independent suspension of a soft but most effective sort The ride was exemplary. The brakes, discs at each corner, were powerful, but a touch soft on the pedal in the yellow car we saw this week. But it was a luxuriously finished car which included far above average performance in its attractions. COUNTRY PROPERTIES FARMS AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA COUNTRY PROPERTY SALES MARYBOROUGH (PM) M-IWO grazing, SEC, bui'ding permit. magnificent views. Tnis week om. AAAA 20 Acres, good soil, scat- leea irees. very attract properties. Moiiagui district, i 15.200. tub; bi itsa AAAA. 19 Acres of graze. J 1200 dep. BeaiiCa district (054) 61 1190 AAA S Aces of seclusion, creek. ?ood soil. Duildmg oermit. t.Arnaud. only S50 dep. I U31J O I I i 3U AAA Maryoorouon, S acres, dam. town water on. 5EC soon, building permit. tlSOO dep. 05-1)61 1190 Ivnrn.TAi orvr si. . building permit, 'SEC near. 1800 oes. eussj si i iau BBB 20 Acres, dam. building per. n-.t. treed grazing J 1500 dep. iTrfryaqrougn. IV31JD' I I3U BBB 19. 34 acres, treed, fenced, bj'ld-ng permit. SEC near, Talbot, io;ju dep. iU54jti i l jU ENDICO area. S'z acres. SEC pa d, town water, building permit. 12000 dep. 12 34 acres busri. cam SEC near, building permit I 1 800 dep. (054) 61 1 f90 RENDIGO AREA 1 1 jr. Iioht htith biock. dam and B-P. 10 mins to Kangaroo Flat Shopping Centre. iu'ju aep. venaor terms. 041 nod BUSH 40 acres, dam. building permit. some witn grazing. Casterton area, only 518,950 on ltU'J dep. (U54Jtl I 1 3U BUSH. 20 acres. 6 cleared, creek. Dunoing permit, nuu dep. (.US.1 ti ' I I ?u CARISBROOK. ; acre. SEC. town water, ouiioing permit. IbUU dep. IU3J pi i laj CLUNES. !' water htnlrjir (054) 61 1 190 acres. SEC. towr CLUNES. 20 acres, dam. bore. uuuuiiiu uvinii. jcv near. ,uju dep. (054)61 1190 DUNOLLY. l'j acres, dam. creek. building permit. J5C0 dep. tuy; o ' iiju DUNOLLY. 30 acres. J2500 dep. uu.'uing permit. itl trees. (054)61 1f90 ; CEELONC-WINCHELSEA 'i ac. building allot, serviced, overlooks CaunrTPrk 10 nr rton R4? HUGE DAM on fenced 5'z. ac. 10 mins maior town, SEC. 8-5. 20 PC ceo. Ql OQ LARA 4 ACRES T-W. B-P. SEC cl. to station. Full price S58.500. RIVER BANK BLOCK T-W. SEC cose, walk to town and note). J6S50 or SI 000 dep. Vendor terms. 842 2203 STATE FOREST SURROUNDS magmf 20 ac. SEC. B-P. exclusive area. oo TALBOT S ac. fenced. T-W. SEC, B-P. 20 pc dep. 842 2288 TOOLEEM-HFATHrOTF 40 ir good dam, fencing, B-P. cleared wun snaoe trees, o.:3U. 642 2268 WOODEND-NEWHAM 1-5 ac. blocks now avail. Cash burers only. 842 2288 BUSINESSES, HOTELS FRANCHISE, &c. CHINESE RESTAURANT for sale Carnegie area, well estab. fully eauiooed. seats ,60-70. Long lease Phone 568 6555 or 568 646K WANTED TO SELL Building Materials DECKING Merbau and Cypress decking from 80c oer M. DANOENONG SAW MILLING 11 Bryants Rd. Dandenong 791 6692 or 792 3264 OREGON F7 Canadian and local from $280 per cu.m. Full range of sizes cx-stock or cut to size. DANDENONG SAW MILLING 1 1 oryants ho. uanoenong 791 6992 or 792 3264 PINE Lining 140 X 12 from 84c oer M Flooring 140 x 19 S1.02cperM FS 90 x 45 $1.70 oer M F5 90 i 35 Jl.JS per M OANDENONG SAW MILLING 1 1 Bryants Rd. Dandenong 791 6692 or 792 3264 Musical Instruments YAMAHA YC45-D Portable Key board. Well suited for and work and semi-orofessionais. Leslie 85 Ero-line speaker also available or ako amp. All priced to sell this week at only $1600. complete. Pn. 46S017S. General LAWN MOWERS ranging from $20 - $90. All guaranteed for 3 months, phone 772 6655. LIVESTOCK Dogs W"man Sheotiered Puooies. KCC Reg. Immun. wormed, tat-tood. show winning imported sire and dam, excel, temp. Reared The advertisements in today's Weekend Preview are pre-printed from tomorrow's Saturday Age. Any reference to "today" refers to Saturday. All advertisements pre-printed today will be repeated tomorrow . . . along with thousands of later advertisements. These ads and thousands more in tomorrow's Saturday Age. COMMERCIAL VEHICLES Trucks, Vans, Utilities &c TOYOTA DYNA 1973. 2.60 Ton. Lood cono. o mins reg. i J x wide heavy steel tray. Dual rear wheels. 202 Holden mtr. HMF 1-ton metre crane. 1 yr old. TOYOTA COASTER BUS '74. 12 seater. Keg. bs.uuu kirns. iouu. Kn agqfii. TOYOTA DYNA '69. 3 Ton Van. SOOO. ONU. Knone -SU3 453U TRUCK WANTED. Acco Tandem Drive Tipper, preferably i tam brakes. Will pay good money for the right truck. Pnone Adelaide (08)46 2391. ACCESSORIES, PARTS, Repairs, Services etc. CAR SEAT COVERS, sheepskin, lambswool. acrylic. Fully tailored for ail makes of cars, vans and trucks. Bench seats a specialty. Buy direct from manufacturer. Phone 221 6974. 221 4997. GLASS TINTING Scratch resistant film, from $120 all cars! 870 3190 MOTOR CYCLES Minis, Trails & Scooters RZ 250K. '83 model. Long reg. V.G.Cond. $1.050. Ph. 2674647. Antiques ANTIQUE Printing Press Hopkmson i.ooe iooo. complete workini order best offer. 690 703. rvion-rri. ANTIQUE early Victorian bookcase, excellent cond $1,995 ONO. B4Q any ANTIQUESOLID CEDAR 7 DRAW $700. PHONE 583 2159. AUSTRALIAN POTTERY. A COLLECTION OF AUSTN POT. TERY FOR SALE, PIECES FOR SALE INDIVIDUALLY. OVER THE NEXT 2 WKS AT PORTOBELLO Lrve, jnur . ouu dUKKt KU. CAMBERWELL. 813 1968. IVHJINLIMy - rHlLiAt. A GOOD SELECTION OF IMPORT. ED ANTIQUES FOR SALE EVERY MONDAY EVENING AT 7 PM. ON VIEW SAT. AND SUN. MIDDAY TO S PM. FREE CATALOGUE AVAILABLE AND inHnjruKI ut tuUH PURCHASES ARRANGED. ikX-RlpHT. BUY AT AUCTION COPPER KETTLE ANTIQUES PTY. LTD. 960 High Street. Armadale. 3143 Phone: 500 036B BALLOON BACK CHAIRS vict. manog. oanoon back chairs, in sets of 6. 8. 10 and 12. Al superbly restored. $265 per chair. TERRY & MARGARET QUINN Camberwell Antiaue Market 25 Cookson Street 82 2028 BALTIC BOARDS - BLACKWOOD. ', J x j ano iu x l. Also HUON PINE various sizes LEWIS & CO. 578 6218 BEDS 30 (Thirty) antiaue brass iron beds, beautifully restored, an all weekend and weekdays. DINING TABLES - extension. To seat irum o-i wun sets OI cnairs to suit. Also fixed tables to seat from 4-8. ranging from $395. MARNY S. 1254 High Street. Armirialo crnQQIt? OPEN ALL WEEK END DINING suite. Stunning French pol- mVU uiaiKwoou taoie. o cnairs. and matching bow front side- ijua'u. pest oner, aun.. a;a4Bia DINING chairs. 8 beautiful solid aiiuv cnsnsn oanoon oack, French pol. $240 ea. 846 4593 DOLLS 4 China haaHoH rrnn. aiso rrencn Australian English rnmnntifinn Tno JAno DOORS i and all FURNITURE i mi-nry .Mil timbers, trade welcome OIPSTRIP AH 583 7201. DRESSING TABLES and chests of urawers. Dig variety to select from. MARNY S, 1254 High Street. Armadale. 509 9117 ALL WEEK END EDWARDIAN mirrored side board p x p ana crystal cabinet with Leadlight doors. Exc cond. $1000. Phone 390 1959 EDWARD VI 11 Souvenir hanker- cniei iirarneaj nest offer. Tel: 744 1125 ETCHINGS. (Flora) dated 1808. Ex- cen cona. iu to cnoose. win seo. Best offer. Ring John Sat, Sun. FIREPLACE white marble with key-l stone in perfect cona. Leeiong area $1100. Ph. (052)66 121S! FURNITURE, china, prints, frames ano iois more or restorea ana unrestored items. Phone Yea (0 GARGOYLE. Terracotta winged dragon type. $150. Ph. 438 2597 BH 437 1386 AH. GENTLEMAN'S Victorian library SrW weM8- per,ect cong- GRANDFATHER EC t ri nrtrs GRANDFATHER Clock7 collectors item. Circa 17407 EC 846 1113. Arts and Crafts CHINA PAINTING AND PORCE- bSVN 8Pplelctk,lns T0 13000 c REFRACTORY AND CERAMIC SUPPLIES. 560 4477. 8.30 am-4.30 Dm vion.-rrio, SLIP CASTING MOULDS SALE June 1 5th from 10am until sold Out 458 .274. Building Materials ARE vou building a carport, pergola or fernery? Why not use treated pine or oregonr we also stock Murray p'ne, cedar and hardwood. Please ring for a free quote 436 1255 V 438 1564 DIAMOND CREEK TIMBER PL cnzapein m. Diamond yreek BALTIC PINE FLOORING First auatiiy. o nmsnea x a tnick. new timber. A. LEWIS & CO. 578 6218 BARGAIN 9 timber windows, some arge. awning type, suit weekena- mone gi ijig BATHROOM PROni IT T; raciory seconds direct to public. Up to 50 PERCENT OFE Retail prices for fibregiass shower recesses and vanity tops. Approximately 25 PERCENT OFF Retail Dnces for acrylic shower-bath modules and spas. View any weekday 10am to 3pm. HARDIEFORM 602 Burwood Hwv. F.T.Gully D3 I POO BATHROOMS Sale of discontinued unes ana rjciory seconas. snower bases, fibregiass shower enclo sures, vanity tops, cabinets and wall panels, vanity tops from $30. Open wk-days 8.30-4.o. Sat 9-1. 791 1466. 16 Red Gum Drive, Dandenong (off Hammond Rd). BATHROOM FAfTOPV 7 fund roiymaroie vanity tops 5Q Shower Bases S35 Wall Sheetings 4x3 S25 -Marblme 249 Wickham Rd. rviooraDPtn. BENCHTOPS 600 or 4S0mm in iear uregon, uiacKwooa, Kine. larrah, Vic Ash also Baltic Pine 600 X 30. A. LEWIS & CO. 578 6218 FENCING 5ft6 fencing S4.30 per Sum (85c per ft packs). 95c loose. lousfl..tA .hardwood S265 per cm. MELVILLE TIMBER 172 Met- Wtllr Dli W Prune IQC fTA-J FENCING. 5ft oTn treated pine n t. riuuwugg. rn 03 qab FlN?i,NG free, delivery, sit 4ins I JO oer ft. 6ft 4ins 14.90 per It. ''.GLASS roofing factory surplus &8'nt-gir''ifa'giS Rooting sneets, 4 01 1 oer ft, suitable Mtios. cjroorts, hot nouses .8.0 Largest range in Victoria. Rejects 70c per ft. suitable "uuKi .iiu wing DreaKS. Crating and delivery to rail S10. Ail engyirtes welcome. i-KUi 1 nwRiiti timber FIBREGLASS Shower cabinets win.! num factory, many colors including seconds. 584 3948 FIREPLACES orig timber, marble Ar-rW.r& "9,Brates. tfHELSEA ANTIQUES. 443-447 Canterbury D4 Crru u;u. am ilea ' nuiMuw, lanterot wfAWn H'ilfc, 830 1368. FIREPLACES. Wide selection of tasi iron grates, umoer ana marble fire surrounds. FULL CIRCLE 818 1474 -nun INSTANT LAWN BROWNS H & H TURF SUPPLIES "TURFING MELBOURNE For your quality nursery grown lawn supplies. phone tOS6) 62 4040. AH (056) S7 4250 Musical Instruments BOSTON 4 pee. drum kit. 3 mths. ia. excel, cona. Must sen. nl. o4l b7l anytime bLASMUIL UUI I I KAULU BCPIMBE, I TRERAS. Both top models, hand DRUMS. See the largest display of new ana usea arums m ivieio. at DRUM CITY 523 9272 591 Glenhuntly Rd. Elsternwick DRUM PARTS. Svnare 3 and Aumi electronic arums, in case. iuu. uiacK concert toms 15 and 16" and stand. $120. Chrome snare and stand. $60. Single skin black 18 floor torn. S50. 531 7363 DRUM OUTFITS all types and prices from os. ORUMWORLD 404 HIGH ST PRAHRAN 51 7476 GRAND Piano Black 5' 11 Ibach Cameras & Supplies Sporting Goods FIGURE MODEL - Studio for hire. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Reasonable rates. All lighting ana Semi-auto SKS Chinese Assault accessories provided. 311 3193. RiMes. Complete with bayonet. FIGURE Photography Course. 10 Calibre 7.62 x 39mm. Brano new weeks tuition 6y professional pho- "",!:el,c"a,D'l?,li- n,lA'riCfiS.m toorapher. Details 31 1 3193. rTffTovn- ?o&"Vt53i,lS uiuni f vet rm,71 CENTURY ARMS. 303 White- MINULIA Atl Camera, mint in hnrta Rrl Pluuvn RR4R17 ong box incl leather case 1220; ,5,,k? m ? 1 ,.,1. Minolta XG1 mint in orig Box and BALL Machine ('only) Little leather case $175: Minolta 7000 ?Mcft,!sounew- J''00- Phone AF. mint with leather case $500: 2?3 3Z2jBH: . Minolta AF 35 to 70 zoom and BICYCLES RETAIL AND REPAIR. Macro lens plus case $275: Mm- Immaculate presentation. high otta 28mm wd angle $150: Min- turnover and low overheads maKe oita 1-1.4 lens $150: Minolta this business extremely o'ofitable 1-1.7 lens $120: Paragon 28-100 and cheap. $12,000 goodwill, plus macro zoom $225; Sun 70-240 tools, fittings and 5AV. Pn Macro zoom $125: Momami de- 547 6156 or AH 232 3316. luxe slide duplicator $85. All to BIKE Peugeot Unisex, wnite. Child suit Minolta system. 232 0340. seat and lull lights. Good cond. MINOLTA XD-1 1 fully auto, lens $140 Sat. morn. 24 1 1560. Minolta 30-70mm zoom. Exc cond AH 819 1339. $450. 531 2268 between 4-6pm. NIKONOS 11. Underwater camera Gamctrril with access. $3C0. 497 3976 u"" STUDIO LIGHTING EQUIPMENT. 529 6162. 224 Chapel St. Prahran AIR CONDITIONER. Reverse cycle. EC. $275. 419 9836. Coin A 5tmm ANNEXE FREESTANDING Ain a Stamps Solt KomB, H.ace. Nissan. Mazda. . . . , Bedford. Station Wagon. Hatch- ALL COINS bought lor soot cash. back. 4 WD Vehicles. AUSTRALIAN GOLD EXCHANGE FREEDOM CAMPING Shop 16. 95 Bourke St, Me'b. 900 Mountain Hwy. Bayswater ALL stamps bought Roberts Stamp 720 1800 Shop Preston Wed-Sat 479 0432 ANSWERING MACHINES, MelCs. AUCTIONS: COINS, BANKNOTES, larges range FUTURE COMMUNI- PUBL1C AUCTION TUES. 18 CATIONS. 428 3843. 428 6016. 5cl- ..?enn,,J930- S3 ANYTHING and everything. Jam STAMP AUCTION THURS. 20 Factory. Sth Yarra. Sunday Mar- Viewing weekdays. Sales 7.15 pm. ket. Stall info 568 4638. Catalogues $2 posted or free at ATHLETICS. runners. weight nouKiic 1.0 cuiawctaw c-r lifters, sports minded people. sRSy.".' SWANSTON ST. WonderfuTopportunity to improve BUYING and Selling Coins. Stamps your perlormance in the sports and Banknotes. Tog prices paid for field, no experience needed, pro-scarce items. ROBERT ROSS. 165 fessional Co. provide training. East Boundary Rd, East Bentleigh, drink Aloe Juice, use sports lotion. SHOP , 579 097. or MT.ELIZA Come and market our oerfor-OFFICE 787 3611 mance pack, ph 844 3786 Sat BUYINGall coins and stamps, too morn, and Mon. morn. prices. Open 7 days. MGK AWA remote control stereo. Metal STAMPS. 357a Hawthorn Rd. Sth tape facility. Turntable, belt drive. Cauitie'd. 523 8906 Tapedeck, radio, graphic eqyi'ser. COINS. Scarce world coins pur- All papers inclu'd. As new. $400. chased lor cash or sold by public 766 5536. auction, incl. gold. Crowns, florins BAKING MACHINERY. 20-30 1932 and Centenary. 1930 pen- Quart cake mixer and 2 pastry- nies. 1923 halfpennies, collections, cook ovens. 836 4248 also banknotes and medals. Cash BATHROOM - New brown alumm. advarKes available against auction window incorporating 2 shelves, sales. DOWNIE. 242 Swanston St. cabinet with mirror and tlyscreen. COINS. Fiji 1978 unc set $15. 1976 1524mm x 990mm height. Paio sterling silver proof set $87. Low $120 will sell $c0. 484 2923 mintage complete set Fui pre-deci- BEAUTICIAN EQUIPMENT Cellu- mal in ablum func $450. Tele- tron German machine reduces flab phone Graham on 878 0735. and firms muscles, perfect cond. GOLD Coins (10). Prince Charles, as new. $1.500. ONO. S46 SS83 Princess Oi. Best offer. 836 2520. BEDDING STAMPS wanted. Sell by public GENUINE OFFER auction or private treaty. Downie QUALITY MATT-BASE SETS 242 Swanston St. SB $99. DB $119. QUEEN $259 DB ORTHOPAEDIC SETS $299 jf Mtcroquilt and Damask fabric computers yanke Bros warehouse Hardware, Software etc ffaXZr 4 Wjrr 3R?7 ACOUSTIC Hood Sale. Quell volt .001 SUff E 96' tednea'd S noisy printer. Only two left. Save BfabVn?S 6" Stable 9 drawlfs ol upto 50pc off normal price. S?.?rrir .nlirt loxk timhi? 1 ?A Aferr2IL7PAA,piV7 46L7- JsssXi, siJnS APPLE-oPMPATIBLE " .c3n.5P berland Queen divan matt-base. sV,m-,Md,sk0,d,rr,aerr.o0 1138; J&gSU SsuTTE 'aua,ro' 'baVu'am cSies 'r0mor,,4S i&'esS 'SSK'Sa cuarob'oSks'hVl'vl's" ?Mowancel Ph 288 04B4 Sult student or childs room. Must allowance), pij 286 046fb. seM ,oaay J,9S 437 ,4S3 APPLE 2C. Monitor and stand 850 4320 lank st?ee1t'ewriK?US'FS,0ryph- BEDROOM suite, double, excel! GamesSM.nua7sr1eUondGrmS5t n2a?;dJorc!!es,Ta,,d?ilsi'nS(. sell $2.500 ono. (059)86 2415. Hoo ph- Jfif! 404?" S?R IkS" ACPLP0LNESC?2AT6 H w'ty Bs?bedZhld0$75. beVlas'e EbMLETE2iYlTEMS.VHH:ST: 0- ue CJtojr sjiy ma.tr aVp!I36m nt2LL'N? SI,RlEI; S&n. SsS "0SSs. "SaTsinelPe coH,MORJJ!L i0 TSSSSr,! BED - Bunk Befs- s"1"1 ""' con- aia cassette ano iommooore verts to sinoipi L;han ft.rw Igla0""-.'?! ri'fi.0""- 4 mthi 0,a " no SoSkcast. ml'tl $599. 374 1634. tresses. $ 1 50. Ph: 497 4363 COMMODORE 64 Network. 8 BED. Queen Ann. matching pair wmputers incls. Vic switch 1 and 5,, bedheads and foot boards. disk drives, good cond. S2500. tall old 4 oast stvle V G C $40 Ring S29 7jl fatter 9am Monday. 729 5531 COMMODORE 803 Printer with BED and Base. Dble. by Sleep- WSfeta3 s 0 maker, also 7 pee Kitchen Setting. 374 1634. both 6 mths old, in EC. 379 2883. CPcMM?0?,RE 64.KComui?C. B0 PNE TRUNDLE compl. with $7go''BCNOn,e23,3'7ar'"Se64- jggl.1120 0N0- CARPORT or shelter, stee frame Garden Supplies ?Zm,tm,h) $3500C0oONoOTel 386 01 70 AH 465 6093. FERNS - Baskets. Pots and Tubs. CARRIER 16 h.o. (60 kw), cooling Many varieties from $2.50. only, split commercial unit, $2000 584 9224. ONO. 729 1599 BH. 762 2122 AH FERNS tree ferns, stags, elks. CASH REGISTER Electronic, new in wholesale prices 756 6071. box, many functions, $290. GARDEN ARCHES 859 9268 AH 850 S076 Exclusive range stocked and cus- CASH REGISTERS new and second- tom built, private phone 211 7223 hand, all guaranteed, from $80. GARDEN SHEO. 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Works well. 133. aai. morn. 441 isou, SB CALL PRIME FINANCE LEASE Attractive leasing rates available on new and used prestige vehicles. Brian Pickering (03) 626364 A.H. 8428065 PC 7309 MERCEDES BENZ CALL PRIME FINANCE LEASE Attractive leasing rates available on new and used prestige vehicles. Brian Pickering (03)626364 A.H. 842 8065 PC 7310 ajc ft ajt afc $ $ I HONDA i J Currently T J on display J I PRELUDE I ARUBA RED I CHAMPAGNE BLUE J ACCORD I STRATIOS BLUE I SONIC BLUE J CIVIC 3-DR QUARTZ SILVER GREEK WHITE CIVIC 4-DR AVIGNON BLUE CIVIC 5-DR COPPER BROWN CITY MAN AUTO REEK WHITE FLAME RED We offer a 5 Year Unlimited Kilometre Warranty on all New Cars. HIGH TRADE-IN VALUATIONS PLUS COMPETITIVE DEALS. CALL IN AND SEE US NOW AT MIKE GOOD HONDA 786 1022 U4CTW25 FINANCE DIVISION Through Brents long and respected establishment in the motor vehicle industry wa are able to offer one of the most competitive leasing and commercial finance rates available today. 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Pay your local BMW dealer a call and see for yourself. Approved Cars Armadale: John Ould, 835 High St., 509 6322, IMCT 782 East Brighton: Peter Menere BMW, 859 Nepean Hwy., 557 7951, IW,T? Sth. Melbourne: Bryson BMW, 152 Sturt St., 62 4161 , IMCT 128 Glen Waverley: Kellow-f alkiner, 651 Waverley Rd., 560 2133, .mct34s Hawthorn: Grand Prix BMW, 208 Rrversdale Rd , 8181552 , IMCT 578E Geelong: Gil Gordon BMW, 36 Mercer St., 21 3488, LMCT 1812 OgirvyBMF0240R New Space Age COROLLA From $1 45 to choose from. All wanted colours JMew CORONA r7 r" OCX From "Plus dealer delivery charges and Government statutory costs. All vehicles in stock at time of preparation of Advertisement. We have good stock of all TOYOTA models TOYOTA We know TOYOTA backwards Car.Springvate&WaverleyR LMCT104 Thorie: 5609222, 0235335, 54487W . nBI5

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