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MEN'S SPORTS LIVELY PLAY AT RINKS BEFORE THE RAINS CAME [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 February 1949

HEN'S SPORTS LIVELY PLAY AT RINKS BEFORE THE RAINS CAME (By "L.") Sunday afternoon's games were completed, but rain brought those played on Saturday to an untimely and hurried end, not, however, be fore both rinkB had had their money's wc-rth of good keen play. •Skipper H.'ihits was in fine fi'l 1V' and produced some extrumL'ly iii'ru r;i tv sliuts with a "bit 011." One sucli occasion founil tvv<j. oppos ing bowls rcpo.-i iij; within a foot of kilty. Nothing daunted, the skippci' scJit down si good firm shot, taking out the two obstructions at a blow. This is but one example cf what happened time and again. Good rs he was, however, by the time rain stopped the game, his team was three down against that of Charlie Holdway. Cliurlic. returned from holidays, was in good form, having practised dili gently oil the fast greens in Hrisljiuu'. His anecdotal stockpile lias. l)tv tlie nay, not diminished either in quality or quantity during his absence.' Mr. AV. H. Goldswortliy, of...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SCHOOL LUNCHES ARE OF REAL IMPORTANCE [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 February 1949

SCHOOL LUNCHES ARE OF REAL IMPORTANCE School lunches are one of the most Important matters affecting the health of children and their attitude towards school, according to a. bulletin issued by the National Health Research Council. Some lunches luivu been inspected by Council observers throughout Australia and enquiries liuvu been made as to wliat is purchased when children have been given money to buy their lunches lteports showed, the bulletin says, that there is still fur too much mal nutrition amnn^ both country and metropolitan school children caused by non-nutritious but "tilling" foods. De spite sum,, obvious weakness tlic hoiuc ciii 1iiii<-Ii was found to bo superior to the average bought lunch. 1 The Chiremoiit (W.A.)* Domestic Science Centre recently pointed out that the home-cut lunch consisted mostly of white bread, spread witli butter. dripping, margarine, jam, Hauco or pickles, but'(he piece of fruit (ait essential) was all too frequently miss ing. JJill; wa...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 February 1949

Top photo shown Soma's Olympian Denise Spencer holding up Bome of fhe which this year has given Bomavilla Vineyards, Boma—the biggest In ae of the best production years for a decade. Headquarters of one of the district's outstanding industries, Bomavilla Vineyards has been directed by the Bassett family since 1863. To-day Bassett is a household word throughout Australia. At Left, some of the 40 men who this year gathered the huge grape crop from Bomavilla's 460 acres. The men will be another week grape cutting and processing will continue for Bome time. Trom the field hones drag the grapes ia 40-gallon drums t'J tlie receiver. 95 At right grapes are shown cascading into the receiver to be lifted in buckets for crushing. This year's crashing will yield about 40,000 gallons of Bwcet and dry wines. ■ * At Bottom Biglit highly-skilled workers are seen testing the baunie or sugar content and temperature. ri-am the7field to the bottle nothing is left to chance. Mr. W. A. Bassett, managing...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 February 1949

Hail order only. Bulk Petrolux suffi cient for 12 months. Nation ally adver tised Petrolux recommended by Firms all over Australia. Add one tcasjyoonful to every two gallons of Petrol Saves 20 per cent, to 26 per cent. Petrol, Now, improved Petrolux contains AIT CH3S0N HQ. COLLOIDAL Graphite giving the world's best upper cylinder lubricant. The improved Petrolux is 100 per cent, more efficient—Oars Mid Trucks fly. rr After adding Petrolux the slightest touch of acceler ation gives immense power to automobile engines. 12 MONTHS / j SUPPLY- £3 If Testimonials from leading A GEADJ3 Auto Engineers. _ , 2i Yean test positively saves 26 per cent. PetroL SPECIAL 'NATIONAL ADVERTISING" OFFER Petrolux has secured the Australian distributing rights of the greatest ' automobile invention of the wax. KOATING added to oil makes It im possible for any part of engine to seize, a permanent lubricant - a 400 niile test without oil proved that engines cannot seize. The layer of * KOATING protects Cyl...

Publication Title: Western Star
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DEPLORABLE LACK OF UNDERSTANDING ON THRONE: LECTU RER TO ROTARIANS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 February 1949

DEPLORABLE LACK OF UNDERSTANDING ON THRONE: LECTU RER TO ROTAR1ANS DOMA Rotary Club members at their weekly meeting at the Com monwealth Hotel last week heard a brilliant speech on constitu tional monarchy by Mr. A. A. Chresby, Country Party Organiser, who has an interstate reputation as a forceful lecturer. Mr. Chresby said that after nearly 20 years of lecturing and re search in four States, he had found that there was an "almost com plete and deplorable lack of knowledge and understanding with re gard to our Throne." What knowledge there was, was in the main entirely incorrect and, now was the time to destroy many popular fallacies regarding the sub ject, "In the |inst, 1 fear, wo have estab lished :i quite erruiinus custom, on ap |.n>|iri lie put riot icoccasions. of giving veil to more in- less quite meaningless • pcedies some nebulous find ab stract sentimental tics willi our be loved Throne," lie said. "I ran state, without fear of prac tical > on 1 r:i<li&am...

Publication Title: Western Star
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IMPROVED RURAL TRAINING URGED [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 February 1949

IMPROVED RURAL TRAINING URGED Declaring that Australia, bad far too few agricultural colleges and rural technical training schemes, the Federal Country Party Leader (Mr. Fadden) pointed out this week that a million pounds spent upon the establishment and endowment of rural training col leges would be recouped time and time again in increased production. Addressing the party 'a Federal Coun cil in Melbourne, Mr. Faddcu said that tiily youths seeking training to qualify iu industrial trades were cater ed for in universities, technical col leges, and industrial schools. The couu tr/ youth, however, whose future was bound up iu the laud, bad practically no similar facilities to improve his technical knowledge. With similar facilities available fully trained country lads would return to their farms knowing how to iucrcase efliciency. They would 1)0 conversant with the use of labour-saving devices eliminating the drudgery from farm work, ivitli tho advantages of hord im provement and with...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 February 1949

Protect Your Childrens Feet WITH THESE JACENS made specially for little feet. SUIT-U SHOE STORE' 75 M'Dowall street, roma. Feels like pJoUeh^ FOR HIGHER COMBS ANO CUTTERS With its perfect balance and slim, streamlined grip, the Lisler "ACE" fitB snugly into the hand. The fed of the "ACE" gives ' confidence, while its smooth, cool running and clean cutting builds higher tallies. - "ACE" HANDPIECE WITH THE ANTI-BINDING BACK JOINT Distributor* in * Quceuslaud:— WfNCHCOMBE CARSON LIMITED (luecr;jur:itcd ill N.S.W.) 99101 EAGLE TREET, BRISBANE. Local Agent:—CONDON & CO., ROMA. JOHN HENRY AUSTRAL AROUSES NATION WIDE DISCUSSION in* series of dramatic plmymtd commentaries on current mfmkt and problem*. FEUBLESS! OUTSPOKE*! UBCENTIY IMPORTANT! listen to STATION 4ZR every MONDAY and THURSDAY at 8.45 pj*. Authorised by D. V. Cleland, 39 Ath ttrm, Sy^nf' TO ALL AUTOMOBILE OWNERS Have all your MOTOR REPAIRS. OXY and ELECTRIC WELDING, PANEL BEATING Done By THE CASH SERVICE STATION Opposit...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 February 1949

a wife a familij a home For these' three a man plant and work*. With am bition, however, comet the responsibility all family men MUST accept. Hii dependonts look to him for their rapport. TO DAY he con provide for them—but what of TO MORROW? Let the State Government Insurance Office carry your family responsibilities. Create a Cash Estate NOW with a Stat* Insurance Family Protection Policy. -r- ti«!lIItKVi! VI I \\ IJIIUI f fH ! ff!. Branch Offic*: McDowall Street, Roma (PhoM No, Z9| Mmagan R. DUSGAN xou* tt Oft BOU^TS W A eBNUlNHI^ - Heie'i an intriguing new twist (o yow ' favourite Salad Mayonnaise. In place of the usual thickening, use Clements Cornflour. Clements triple-refined tex ture end genuine moiie quality add extra smoothness and delicacy. CORNFLOUR A" PRODUCT OF CLIFFORD LOVE & CO. LTD.. 6R.ISBANI Queensland Premier's Department &RISBANB The Prlne MlnlsfffMs ftppVal to the people of Australia to hold back on spending, particularly on luxuries and non-esse...

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INJUNE NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 February 1949

1NJUNE NOTES (By Our Own Correspondent) I Considering the number of people whose lives are affected by the pre sence of the Bush NurBlng Centre, there was but a poor attendance at the annual meeting of the In June Centre, which was held in the Soldiers' Hall, Injune, on Saturday last. The business of tin- meeting was • " receive tlic president 'h report for tlie vcar 1948. and tlic treasurer's report and audited statement of receipts ami ••xpenditiire for tin1 name period, aud In elect a committee of management or 1 lie ensuing year. The president of the committee of management presided. Tlie elect ioa of ofliccrs result eii as ollciun:—President, Mr. A. .1. Mm idea; • ice-presidents CJ), Mr. C. HMieusen in,] Mr. (•■ McKenzie; sei retary-treas unT. Mr. M. W. Kallaway; ludv uiciiil>crs ("J), Mrs. O'Connor and Mrs A. Maiden members (men), Mr. II. .■iuroiiscn, Mr. A. J. Nmif 11. Mr. \V. I. Knowles, Mr. W. J. Sliechnn aud I Mr. S, Holley. Mr. I). J. O'Donoliue was oncifagaiii appoint...

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YULEBA NOTES (From Our Own Correspondent) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 February 1949

YULEBA NOTES ! (From Our Own Correspondent) A bright cocktail party was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. Bousgas on Wednesday last week. Several songs were rendered by Mrs. Buusgas ami community singing was enjoyed liv all. Tlie home of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Lindsay was tlie setting of another bright cocktail ]>»rty 011 tlie following Thursday to welcome home their daugh ter mill son-in-law, Mr. :ind Mrs. 1. Hiniouson, who for the past 18 month;, have resided in Japan. Mrs. Bousgas rendered a few songs and Mrs. Siinonson accompanied her un the piano. Mr. and Mrs. Siinonson and family left by mail trnin on Saturday nioni ing for Toowoombn, tu bt. guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Linday, and then on to Brisbane, where they will in futuro reside. In honour of their youngest son, .Norman, who attained his majority last Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Stanley entertained 90 guests in McLouglilin's Hall, which was tastefully decorated by friends of the family. Music was supplied by Mrs. Mc...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 February 1949

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Sir,— As Mr. Dungan saw fit to use your valuable paper to express his griev ances (\V'/8 11/2/49) may i' reply tlirough jour paper ho that any other poor soul witli a similar frame of mind may be enlightened. Air. Dungan, now that you hare re gained your health at Roma, you sec fit to appeal to the Civic Fathers to keep you here. You are acting like the patient wlio, during his illness, appreciates every thing done for him, hut when health is agaiu restored hiiu, complains so much that the attendants are glad to learn of his discharge. Su if you feel this way about Roma, Uoina is better without you. Anyone who shorn kindliness and understands -our difficulties here is more than welcome, for. after all, your Civic Fathers cost you very littU) and much is done by them and no reward is aBked. If everyone were to treat them as you have. 1 fear no oik would offer themselves for election, but prefer to sue what you could do. 1 only liopc present and iutending nominee...

Publication Title: Western Star
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AMBULANCE FOREGOES RACE MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 February 1949

AMBULANCE FOREGOES , RACE MEETING The monthly meeting of tlic Homa Ambulance Brigade was held on Feb ruary ]•", those present including Messrs. P. J. Flaiiiguu (chairman), J. J. Mur;»l)y, F. .T. Mullavey, H. J. Farmer, R. Ej. Collins, l)r. \V. W. Fea ther and the Superintendent-Secretary (Mr. T. W. Tcale). The correspondence included an ap plication for holidays by Bcarer mcchanic T. G. Clatworthv, who was granted one month-, and letters from Miss Kthel Hibberd forwarding an an nual donation of £1/1/ and from the Surat Gymkhana Committee forward ing a cheque for £70/3/3, the result of the recent benefit given. ftt that centre, Considering the success of the am bulance races held on New Year's Day, it was decided that later on in the year the matter might be reconsidered Sf n suitable date was available. The treasurer's report showed that •on December 31 there was a credit bal ance of £1209/2/6, and at January 31, a credit balance of £2073/16/4. Expenditure- for the Bamc period amoun...

Publication Title: Western Star
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The Western Star-- Guest Editorial Friday, February 18, 1949. Pumpkins-- and Horses [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 February 1949

Wttiitm $lar~ <&mt Atonal ; Friday, Fe&uary 18, 1949. J Pumpkins- and Horses [This week's Guest Editorial comes from the pen of Pine Hills'' Mr. Herb. Richardson, described once by an oil company salesman as "the man who traps dingoes and plays music." He does both well, although they are only two of his many accomplishments. Mr. Richardson, genial, likeable, with a flair for a good story, well told, has devoted his Guest Editorial to a tribute to the horse. Coming as it does from an expert horseman—despite his age only last year saw him running down "scrub bers" in the "Devil's Pulpit"— who loves and knows horses, his tribute carries all the pleasant nostalgia of a message from one old friend to another. Here's hoping, Mr. Richardson, that you and your horses will be together for a long time yet.—Ed.] all have our earliest recollections. Mine are of the smell of pumpkins—a delightful spicy smell that would not register with me to-day as keenly as it did o...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 February 1949

NEW FURNITURE Costa. LESS at RAAFS of ROMA Because we sell on a small profit margin, you can buy furniture from us at lower than Bris bane prices for the same quality article. We don't sell the cheapest — but the best at the lowest price. MAKE A CALL AT RAAFS, A "MUST" ! f WHEN YOU ARE NEXT IN ROMA. RAAFS TRADING- Pty. Ltd QUWTON ST., ROMA. NEAR ROMA HOTEL. THE AUSTRALIAN ESTATES CO. LTD, STATE-WIDE SERVICE Wool and Produce Broken, Fat Stodc Salesmen Stock and Station Agents, Property Saletmen MERCHANDISE WOOL: Try "The Estates"—Consign .your wool to "Estates'' - BnJijuba. Oar long selling experience ensures maximum results. Liberal advances made against clips FAX STOCK: Let us do your worrying—we will order trucks for you, obtain permits, track and consign your fata' to- "The Estates/' Cannon where our experienced classers and salesmen will ensure ""iri" prieei for you. STOBE STOCK: Whether buying or selling, try "The Estates" first. We have Branch Offices throughout the whole Stat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 February 1949

J. TICHBOURNE BORING CONTRACTOR 162 LONG STREET — TOOWOOMBA. It Sole Agent in the Maranoa For Famous METTERS WINDMILLS Can Supply Immediately 6 to 14 Feet Winchnills and ail Pumping Requirements. . Here is a recoiumoudutiou from Mr. L. Thrupp, of ''UJyfJnvuud'— "The mill now in use is giving every satisfaction. It is pumping frurn 238 feet with a 3]-inch pump, with the assistance of un l.B.C. walk ing beam. The mil] turns in the slightest breeze and the action is ex tremely smooth at any speed, aud tlie governing good. "I was very doubtful about a 14ft. inill handling this job; it is really an 18ft. job in this locality, but tho Matters is handling it with esse. "Thanking you aud your man l'or putting mo on to something really; good." . BE IN IT TOO! GET THE SAME SATISFACTION. Just Contact TICHBOURNE TOOWOOMBA Look for Danger! Art experienced driver rayc " Long experience on all Unds of roads has taught me to be con stantly on the alert for Road Hazards, and to fake no chances when ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 February 1949

The friendly Store Good Morning. It V NKW, It's SMAJtT, Us l'LASTJC, mid it's 'J'EIiKIFKJ, tlie new TJ I.LKY Wear. Revolving CItUKTH. CUI'K '.Hid SAUCEHS, TflAYB and FM'IT DlKliKS, in :ui army of briutil'iil colours, t'jui be seen in our dis play windows—inspect .NOW. Jusl arrived — SI N'GLKTK — SINGMiTS — S' NGL15TK — super ijunlily coMim interluidi and all buscs arc available. Cliajis, "be crowned by us." We lime hu extensive range of AKUBKAS, FAYHEFIELD, CORONET & HENDERSON Huts priced from 25/6 to 32/6. DrqUqn &— L^iPfHj&cucy THIS WEEK'S - SPECIAL FEATURES THE LATEST YOFFA PURE SILK HOSIERY 11/6 PAIR COMBINATION OVERALLS NAVY & KHAKI 39/11 PAIR WHITE CASBEN SHORTS 25/9 PAIR For Lifelong Service This finely made 8-piece solid Silky Oak Dining Suite includes a 5ft. x 3ft. D-end Table, smart 3ft. 9ins. Sideboard, five small Chairs and one Carver to match, with lift-out seats, upholstered in leatherette. The eight pieces complete, PRICE .. £35/10/ WRI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 February 1949

ANDREW MCGEE 1 Caetlereagh Street and 70 Pitt St., SYDNEY. CIGARETTE TOBACCO Hearty liulilieil 24/7 per lb. Kliinli'si;!}) Pipe ., ',i'2/lU por ll>. Miscloips Windsor Pipe .. 32/G per lb. Pipe Repairs Returned Within 14 Days. Address Mail Orders to 70 Pitt Street for speedy despatch. All the above Prices Include Registered Post. -- e* IT PflVS TO CONE TO THE RIGHT PLACE TRITTONS* (jmpt&'fUmifa li/LujtkiuAiiAt 260 GEORGE ST BRISBAnB. \S(fh Omefe *# ENGLISHICUTLERY New Shipments Jurt Arrived— Buy at Onco—No mora uMfull pmttl than Cutlery. 20 PER CENT. DISCOUNT FOR CASH All the best known, best liked makes are included in tliis shipment and we're offering them at a discount for cash. If you're net needing cutlery immediately, buy now and put aside, ns more delightful gift could be imag ined for any woman, Write for the leaflet giving full details and prices. YOU CAN BUILD YOUR OWN HOME It's easy and economical with the help of Q.P.8. Hibiscus Building Blocks make permanent, ...

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Leichhardt Rabbit Board Report RAIN BENEFITS ALL BOARD' DEPOTS FOR FIRST TIME IN EIGHT YEARS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 February 1949

Leichhardt Rabbit Board Report RAIN BENEFITS ALL BOARD' DEPOTS FOR FIRST TIME IN EIGHT YEARS COR the first time in eight years rain has benefited all the depots of the Leichhardt Rabbit Board, according to the December January report by the Superintendent (Mr. Rathbone). The report criticises the failure of the travelling public to close gates in the rabbit fence, and stresses the fact that the rabbit men ace is increasing in the country adjacent to the board's district. Dealing with the recent rains, Mr. Eathbone reported that tl tbough the dams and • natural water holes have been replenished, quite a number have not been filled to capacity. Tlie dam at Dulbydilla had received about tliree feet of water, while at Knifestag tlic only water in tlie main dam was caught from the batters, al though there was about throe months1 ! water in the silt tank. Both dams at Warrenville were full, and it was only the prompt action of boundry rider Buuton which prevented considerable damage being...

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ROMA-BRISBANE ASSOCIATION (From the Association Secretary, MBS. OLIVE KIMLIN) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 February 1949

ROMA-BRISBANE ASSOCIATION (From the Association Secretary, MBS. OLIVE KIMLIN) BRISBANE, Thursday.—Mrs. H. T. Wilson, Clavfield, accompanied 'by her daughter, Mrs. Bluett and Kay Maree, ;ire stnying at Kowullnn, Bout It port.' Miss Phyllis Phillips is making Can berra licr headquarters at Toowoomba whilst oJi business to thai town. Mrs, E. Seitz, York Street, Wilgton, entertained the following at her home hint Friday: Alesdames Bv. Logan, I. Ward, L. Foote, 10. Olclland, O. Kim tin. K. Cox and Miss Moore. A com petition during the aftcrnoou was won by Mrs. Footc. Wc arc worry to advise that one of our lion. auditors. Roy Clark, is «n in mate of Grcenslopes Hospital. The social committee of the Homa Hrisbaiie Association will he holding a social and dance at the Druids1 Hall, George Street, ou Wednesday, Febru ary 16, at 8 p.m. A similar function will lie held in the same plaec on Thursday, March 10, at 8 p.m. Dancing, games and cards will be a feature of the evenings, and donations o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 February 1949

Warner & Collins McDOWALL STREET ROMA Phone 277 - - - P.O. Box 87 Enamel Ware Aluminium Ware Net of 5 Uic Enamel Saui'C|i:iiifi Heavy \ 39/6 Set. Enamel Oiuiiili'.'i' 6/6 Enamel Jlu^s 4 Pints 1/6 3 Pints 2/11 Enamel Hilly Cansj 2 Pint 5/6 2i Pint 5/11 6 Pint 7/11 Cream Enamel ■Baby Bath 37/6 Enamel Colanders j 5/11 | SPECIALS ENGLISH THERMOS FLASKS j I Pint Size 10/9 ALARM CLOCK Luminous Dials Colour Cream 39/6 RAW LINSEED OIL - 30/ Gallon. Set 01' 4 8\uec pans, extra lieavy Quality 02/6 Aluminium Bis cuit Canister 10/11 . Aluminium Cake Canister 21/ Aluminium Canis ters, set of i 45/ Aluminium Cake Tins, s<]uarc 6 Inch 3/6 7$ Inch 5/3 Aluminium Rauecpans, 14 Pts. 38/6 SPECIALS FOR THE GARDENERS: GARDEN FORKS. RAKES. SPADES, WHEEL BARROWS. LAWN MOWERS. GARDEN HOSE, ETC. SL CUolseley 18/85 h.p. and 14/60 h.p. MODELS Illustrated: THE 14/60 fa.p., SIX CYLINDER IMPORTED SALOON 'A car of surpassing elegance and excellence; a luxurious, full-five passenger saloon of bri...

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