The bedrooms has hardwood floors.Mrs Welsh said due to the layout of the home, it would suit a number of buyers. “Either a family similar to us with older children, a family with young kids or older parents who live with them, or even a young couple who might use the downstairs space as a home office,” she said. Outside 6 Lamette St, Holland Park“We liked the traditional Queenslander character look of the home, and the fact it was two-levels meant it had growth opportunity which would suit our family’s needs in the future,” she said.“From a location point of the view, the area was also a big plus.”The two-level property sits on a 635sq m block.On the main level, there is a sunroom, two bedrooms — including the master suite with walk-in-wardrobe and ensuite — formal living and dining rooms, and an open plan living, dining and kitchen area which opens out on to the enclosed deck that overlooks the pool.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus19 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market19 hours agoMrs Welsh said this was where the family spent most of their time.“The upstairs deck and living room gets a lot of use,” she said.“Because the deck can be fully enclosed, we use it all year round.“We’ve had lots of Christmas parties out there, lots of friends over. “It’s got such a nice aspect.”On the ground floor there is a large media room or office space, dining and living room area, bathroom and separate toilet, covered patio and three additional bedrooms. Take a look at the kitchen.“It can cater to any number of buyers.” 6 Lamette St, Holland ParkOWNERS Michelle and Daniel Welsh purchased the property at 6 Lamette St, Holland Park, in early 2000 after moving from central Queensland. Mrs Welsh said the couple were looking for a home that would suit the young family into the future.
Practical Railway Engineeringby Clifford F BonnettThis 210 page hardback provides an introduction to basic engineering techniques as applied to railways. Designed as a textbook for Imperial College’s MSc course in Transport, it includes a foreword by Professor Tony Ridley. Brief but informative chapters cover all aspects of the railway operation from ticketing and planning to signalling, drainage and escalators. ú19·00 from World Scientific Publishing, 57 Sheldon Street, London WC2H9HE, Great Britain.Fax: +44 171 836 2020UIP ManifestoThis trilingual 30-page document presents the background to the International Union of Private Wagon Owners Associations, and private wagon operations in Europe. It discusses deregulation, environmental safety, and new markets, and advocates a ’law for rail vehicles’ plus a co-ordinated approach to replacing old wagons. UIP, Boulevard du Souverain 47, Boîte 17, B-1160 Brussels, Belgium.Fax: +32 2 672 8114Arab Railway Statistics 1995Amongst the statistics for 13 Arab railways, these figures show that Moroccan Railways employed 1921 more traffic staff than Syrian Railways but carried over 6 million more passengers, while Saudi Railway Organisation transported 460458 passengers with 451 staff. Tunisian Railways, at over 27 million, carried the most passengers. Other statistics give passenger and freight traffic, rolling stock, and lengths of narrow gauge and electrified lines. There are no figures for Sudan or Mauritania. A directory of 20 Arab railway organisations with personnel is included.Union Arabe des Chemins de Fer, BP6599, Aleppo, Syria .Fax: +963 21 225697
The 76ers didn’t start the 2019 playoffs the way they wanted to.Philadelphia secured home-court advantage with a third-place finish in the Eastern Conference, but it was upset by the Nets 111-102 at home in the first game of the first round. To make matters worse, Joel Embiid and Amir Johnson appeared to be looking at texts on the bench during the fourth quarter of the contest. That better have been Rihanna.(via @espn) pic.twitter.com/w8IcfULfNM— Yahoo Sports (@YahooSports) April 13, 2019I use zoom and enhance to see what Amir Johnson was looking at on the Sixers bench pic.twitter.com/20ojirfNLm— Oluwajomiloju (@JomiAdeniran) April 13, 2019Amir Johnson headed to the locker room minutes after the broadcast showed he and Joel Embiid going through a phone on the bench. pic.twitter.com/pnKVBKImFr— NBA on ESPN (@ESPNNBA) April 13, 2019Use of a cell phone on the bench is a violation of the NBA Operations Manual. Violation will result in a substantial fine and/or suspension.— Bobby Marks (@BobbyMarks42) April 13, 2019What Amir Johnson was showing Embiid on his phone 😭 pic.twitter.com/LtzVYLUmIu— Josiah Johnson (@KingJosiah54) April 13, 2019“What they saying about the upset?” pic.twitter.com/6GHYaLCgjj— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) April 13, 2019Cmon Amir Johnson, a CELLPHONE on the bench?? You’re supposed to be an “ole head” on this Sixers team.. No EXCUSE…— Reggie Miller (@ReggieMillerTNT) April 13, 2019Amir Johnson got sent to the principal’s office 😂😂😂— Playoff PSOLZ (@theBSOLZ) April 13, 2019“Amir Johnson’s Text Message” is my new fantasy team name— Nathaniel Friedman (@freedarko) April 13, 2019Amir Johnson checking out texts on the bench during the game. What a joke. Even more shocking is that Johnson in his 14th season in the NBA.— Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanHoops) April 13, 2019 NBA playoffs 2019: 76ers fine Amir Johnson for looking at phone during Game 1 Here’s how Twitter reacted to this unusual sight during the NBA’s start the the postseason. Related News
Calabar High School’s Christopher Taylor delighted with a record run on the opening day of the 106th staging of the ISSA/GraceKennedy Boys and Girls’ Athletic Championships inside the National Stadium.With six finals on the card, Jamaica College (JC), though, are expected to lead at the end of today, with yesterday’s curtain-raiser giving little indication of the fierce race to the titles that await.Still, yesterday was not without its fair share of ‘oohs’ and aahs’, and the main reason: Taylor.It says something that his run surprised nobody inside the National Stadium because of course, when your name is Christopher Taylor, you break records.The wiry Calabar standout missed the record mark at last year’s Champs, but wasted little time in erasing Devaughn Baker’s (JC) time of 46.64 set in 2013 with a smooth 46.33 in yesterday’s boys’ Class Two 400m heats.”Yes, I wanted to break the record today,” he confirmed afterwards. “That was my intention, and I am happy I was able to get it done.”Kingston College’s Akeem Bloomfield was also impressive, frighteningly, as he jogged the final 100m or so and stopped the clock at 48.36 to win his Class One boys’ 400m heat. Let’s not forget that he is responsible for that 44.93-run last year, and despite his injuries over the past 12 months, it is hard to see another winner in this event.St Elizabeth Technical High School’s (STETHS) Junelle Bromfield has certainly been a class act this season, and she was comfortable in qualifying from her Class One girls, 400m heat in 53.63 seconds.She is expected to do battle with Holmwood’s Ashley Williams, who clocked a solid 55.07 in winning her heat, with another medal favourite, Edwin Allen’s Shannon Kalawan, the fastest qualifier with a time of 54.37 ahead of Hydel High’s Taqece Duggan, 54.85.Jamaica College’s high-flyer, O’Brien Wasome, is comfortably through to today’s boys’ Class One final (5:50 p.m.), where he is expected to dominate and pick up some valuable points for the 2011 champions.Wasome produced his best jump this year, disturbing the sand at 7.74 metres, a clear demonstration that he not only intends to defend the title he won last year as part of a JC horizontal jumps sweep, but also to break Leon Gordon’s 28-year-old record of 7.87m.He is followed into the final by Calabar’s Leroy Paige, 7.17m; Tasrico Bell (Vere Technical) 7.14m; KC’s Dameon Creary, 7.11m; Campion College’s Lorne Barrett, 7.10m and Paketo Dudley (JC), 7.10m, among the top qualifiers.Earlier, Vere Technical’s Avery Pryce a bronze medal winner at Central Champs was most impressive in qualifying to today’s Class Two girls shot put final (5:30 p.m.), after registering a 13.90m mark in yesterday’s preliminary round.Next best was Buff Bay High’s Ashtina Dobson, 13.08m, with St Jago’s Shania Scott also booking her spot with a 12.13m effort.Delarno Beckford (Happy Grove) was the best qualifier to the boys’ javelin Open event with a mark of 56.94m, with Petersfield High’s Kevin Nedrick, 53.68 and Morant Bay’s Tyrik Sewell, 53.09m, showing themselves to be a cut above the rest of the field in yesterday’s qualifying.Gold medal favourite Brittany Anderson (Vere) is the fastest qualifier to the next round in the girls Class Three 80m hurdles, winning her heat in 11.43. Winsome Harris (STETHS), 11.48, Codesha Lewis (Vere), 11.51, Ackera Nugent (Excelsior), 11.61 and Kimeone McLeod (St Jago), 11.69, are the top qualifiersLast year’s Class Three champion, Shanette Allison (Holmwood), looks ready to take her shot after graduating to Class Two, after topping all qualifiers in the 100m hurdles in 13.59. The Manchester High pair of Sidney Marshall (13.86) and Daszay Freeman (13.92) are also through to the next round, as are Casheena Chen (Wolmer’s), 13.94 and Edwin Allen’s Khamoy Farquharson, 13.97.After dominating Class Three for the last two seasons, Edwin Allen’s Annia Ashley, 5.68m, was impressive in booking her spot in the Class Two girls long jump, with Monief Heslop (Camperdown), 5.54m, Shiann Salmon (Hydel), 5.50m and Rhian Chong (Alpha), 5.44m, also showing good form.In the Class I girl’s high jump preliminaries, Hydel’s Britny Kerr (1.60m) is safely through to the final where she will face St Jago’s Athaliah Boyd and Tissanna Hickling; as well as Hydel’s Samara Spencer, Alpha’s Gabriel Foster and Petersfield’s Colistia Baker, who also cleared 1.60m in qualifying.Competition is set to start at 8:30 a.m. today with the preliminary round of the Class Four girls long jump.