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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 41

Class 17.—Cheap and Fancy Furniture

Class 17.—Cheap and Fancy Furniture.

163 Alcock & Co., 132 Russell-st., Melbourne.—
  • Billiard-table, carved mouldings, of figured black-wood, patent adjusting toes, lamp, complete.
  • Combination cabinet, electric marker.
  • Billiard-room settee.
  • Billiard-table, of tulipwood, with adjusting toes and lamp.
  • Combination cabinet and marking-board.
  • Billiard-room settee.
  • Combination reversible dining and billiard tabic, with adjusting castors.
  • Verandah lounge.
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164 Bailey, Ann, Sydney-road, Brunswick, Melbourne.—Table.

165 Baker, J., 32 Bank-st. West, Emerald Hill, .Melbourne.—American clothes-hanger. Linen-press.

166 Boll Brothers. 14 Lennox-st.. Richmond, Melbourne.-—Pedestal library table, of Australian woods.

167 Bennett, J., 174 Queen-st., Melbourne.—Enclosed console sideboard, in Australian woods.

168 Brown, E.. Shire Engineer, Benalla.—Furniture, with improved castors.

169 Cohen Brothers & Co., Lonsdale-st. East and Step hen-St.. Melbourne.—Huon pineand black-i wood bedroom suite, Oriental drawingroom suite.

170 Dellit. W.. 10 Arden-st., Hotham, Melbourne.—Wicker chairs, made of Tasmanian willows.

171 Dillon, P., Ryrie-st., Geelong.—Draught-table.

172 Fallshaw, D., jun., Errol and O'Shannassy sts., Hotham, Melbourne.—Cane furniture.

173 Gabell, W. J.. Bay-st., Sandridge, Melbourne.—Chess-table.

174 Gottliebsen, T., 14 Victoria-st. West, Melbourne.—Pavilion.

175 Hickson, J., 131 Swanston-st., Melbourne.—Child's cot of colonial woods.

176 Jones, J., 40 Pitt-st., Carlton. Melbourne.—Drawingroom aviary.

177 Lachal. G., 72 and 74 Bourke-st. East, Melbourne.—Sideboards.

178 Leach. C., 132 Lygon-st., Carlton, Melbourne.—Table-top.

179 Lording, H., Canning-st., Hotham, Melbourne.—Fancy dressing-table, made of Australasian woods.

180 Lyster & Cooke, 151 Stephen-st., Melbourne.—Fenders. Bedsteads.

181 M'Ewan. J., 361 Spencer-st., Melbourne.—Diningroom, library, and bedroom furniture.

182 M'Lean Brothers & Rigg, 69 Elizabeth st., Melbourne.—Lunchcon-tables. Folding-chairs. Garden-seats.

183 Plumridge, I., Bridge-road, Richmond, Melbourne.—Wood and cane seated Chairs.

184 Rowland, T., Pelham and Berkeley sts., Carlton, Melbourne.—Inlaid table.

185 Sheedy, J.. Lyndhurst-st., Richmond, Melbourne.—Inlaid loo-table.

186 Stan way, W., Park-st., South Yarra, Melbourne.—French bedsteads, with spring mattresses, easy chairs, couch, coffee-table.

187 Steimle, Marg. A., 117 Jeffcott-st., West Melbourne.—Suite of furniture.

188 Steinfeld, LeVinson & Co., 93 to 99 Elizabeth-st., Melbourne.—Furniture. Cane summer-house and furniture;

189 Sturrock, A. W., jun., 9 University-st., Carlton, Melbourne.—Loo table.

190 Tiernan, P., Abbotsford and Spencer sts., West Melbourne.—Inlaid circular table.

191 Trapp, A., Ceeil-St., Williamstown, Melbourne.—Model chest of drawers. Spiral staircase.

192 Trapp, C., Cecil-st., Williamstown, Melbourne.—Chest of drawers, wardrobe.

193 Trapp, L., Cecil-st., Williamstown, Melbourne.—Secretaire bookcase.

194 Wadley & Teychener, Derby and Easey sts., Collingwood, Melbourne.—Spring mattress.

195 Wadley, J., Derby-st., Collingwood, Melbourne.—Brass-mounted iron bedsteads.

196 Wallach Brothers, 158 Elizabeth-st., Melbourne.—Furniture. Bedsteads.

197 Watts, W. K.. Wellington-parade, East Melbourne.—Inlaid table-tops.

198 Wehsack, F., 18 Little Collins st. East, Melbourne.—Cedar wardrobe.

199 White, J. T., Kilgour-st., Geelong.—Veneered chest of drawers.