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NO NEED ! [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 15 September 1917

NO INKED ! They were dining In a restaurant, and he had ordered a whole roast chicken. 'Vou Bee,' be expalincd. as he showed her the wUh bone, 'you lake bold here. Then we must both wake a wish und pull, and when it breaks, the one who ha» the JiIkroi' part of It -will have hid or her wiati gratified.' U'hitf.v pulled, and 6he won. 'Hut 1 don't know what to wish for,' she protested. 'Oh, you can think of pomolhlng,' he said. 'No, 1 can't,' blie replied. '1 can't think of any« 'thiiiR' I want very much.' 'Well, I'll wish she asked you,' he said. 'Will you reallv V' 'Vet.' 'Well, then, there's no use fnolinjr with the old wi«h bone,'' Mit- Interrupted, with a glad smile, 'Vou cm ihave me -'

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RIDDLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 15 September 1917

RIDDLES. Why U a (loir's tail Jilce the hearl of a tree f— Be- cause H is far_the-t from the bar!;. Why i-i iho letter C like the -un ?-«ecau.,e it is ll» centre ol' light, AVhy is butter like a cowardly Midler ?— because it runs away when It U under tire, Why U the pyo the most ill-used member of the body f — Ilecati.-e It is under tlu; lash all day, and at ni^lit «els a kooiI hiding. ' What is the dltl'ereiiee between Xoah's Ark .ind .loan of Are V— One is made of wood und the other is Jlnid of Orleans. ? , It.'* bl.ulc, H'a white, ii's read all over. What is it f — The Mii'i'ui, ?

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LEARNED SAILOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 15 September 1917

THE LEARNED SAILOR. When the scientists hied them to Ballygoloa To explore the great river of Wing-chin-aru They landed in France, and they touched oa Spain, And they landed at ports of the Mediterrain; They hired interpreters by the score, And purchased books bv the ton nr mnr» But when they anchored at Ballygaloo They were stopped at the river of Wingchin aru; And in spite of all their excellent knowledge And grammar, and languages Jrjarned at college, And interpreters hired in France and Spai» And the various ports of the Mediterrain, They had to fall back on one of the crew To converse in the language of Ballygoloo. ? ? ? WHAT MATTER? What if your coat be patched and old? The worth of a coat is easily told. A handful of commonest coin will bring? A coat that is fit for a prince or king; But an honest heart, and a willing band, Can never be bought in the whole wide land. Remember that patches, may cover a boy Who some day may be the whole world's joy. If your soul be clean, and y...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHAT HE SAID. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 15 September 1917

WHAT UK SAII-. 'Vou should have seen that handsome policeman 1idf» me across the crowded street this morning!' boasted the lady with' the Rrey -lrei.«. 'I did,' responded her jealous rival, 'Well, it is not everyone that can receive ko tniteh attenliou from a .handsome policeman while crossing th» Mreet.' 'No, indeed. And you should have heard what b* said after you were safely over.' 'Ah, a pretty compliment, I'll wager?' 'No, he iatd he i?ave you just an miifh attention U il jou have boon young and good-looking.'

Publication Title: Mirror, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 15 September 1917

FREE Every woman whose health is causing her anxiety is invited to write for a i:opy - of our new Booklet of valuable informa tion, which should be in every home. Send 3d. for postage to Dept. T.M., Ladies' Col lege of Health,, 54 Oxford Street, Sydney. THE WINNER. He won the two hundred yards handicap, And the people wondered why; He'd beaten all the champions, This stranger so quiet and shy. I'll ct you into the secret, Indeed it is no myth, They used quack remedies for their feet, He used nothing else but BIFF. Chemists and stores, 1/6 and 4/. — Advt.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 15 September 1917

' ? HBAD OFFICE ^pSfiP*'* SYDNEY. forp«'. General banking' Business &%&- Cltiei nnd Tqwnt of AuttrstiV London*; Tidworth (8allibury Plain), and Hafcfaul. Cablo rnnlttMiCM tuadi to. and drafti drawn ou (ori'len phcti direct. Forties billi iifffotlolfi «nd collected. Letter* 6t cT-tdit Ie»unl to any part of 'JJJ world. Bankine and Kx(tin» Duslntti of every deicrlptlon transacted within the Common veolllt, UtlHtd Klnfdoift and abroad. Current accounta oprnrd. Intere C paid ea tied dfpotitj. Aavancrl m»dc agalntt approved ttcuritlm. Savings B&nfo^ Department «, Minimum At all Bronchos, and over '!.tor^XL!5!i 3% t/- Deposit OQQO ABonolqft At ?©«t Officok P»r ??'J''*' /- *I)WU Ih Auotr-^Mni «nd Papua, up to J33OO INTERSTATE and INTRKNATldttAL Sarioei U.nk Ficllitief. 3AMM 1HLU Ptputr 0-'«rti«t. /y;, lt» ? DBNI80W Hj|.l.tK. Comw J WVfftffe HITWCL TWA/VIM?!? ? Prompt delivery and quality WHU HUlLE? IAJKUdJuJK 5 arc our characteristics. Large and varied slocks of all ...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FORGOTTEN GEMS FROM AUSTRALIAN CLASSICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 15 September 1917

FORGOTTEN OEMS FROM AUSTRALIAN CLASSICS. The forgotten gem to be located by readers this week is from the pen of one of the writers of much tuneful verse. The prize of 2/C will be sent to the correspondent whose letter, giv ing the name of the author, is first opened: — Love talif-B Ilir Inliil of. 'jtmi'ii, jiml liciuity «1lMi|i]ii-nili- ; Hut wine in worth niiit int*c« t.lio loiifrtT It onduroN Mn\ iitnii' divinely clii'U'«, miil r1i-cus with the wins unit Jlll'IklWt, With tllC l-JllltTI.'V. Last week's Forgotten Gem was from The School, by Delamore McCay. Correct solutions were sent by : C. Wickers, Jindlee, Northcote Et., Auburn (who wins the 2/6 prize) j and also by Esther Simonstein (Paddington), Kenneth Browne (Haberfield), Irene Redwin (Marrick villc), C. J. Wheeldon (Port Macquarie), A. Chapman (Tinonc, Manning River). THE BURIED CHIEF. Sir Henry Parkes. How 1ir.iv-'l,v diil tlic Klrljiling clltnli, from tU'ii to ntcji. 1lir rn«M-'(l Jilll ; His £»*-'- liirougli thai brnifl...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TAG ENDS [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 15 September 1917

[?] k By JOHN DRAYTON. In the Reichstag recently a deputy gave it to the Government of Germany thus : We have the freedom of the Press; yes, with a gallows along side the newspaper offices. v «. ? What is bread worth now the strike is on ? ciked a lady of the baker's carter. Well. I don't know just what it's worth, was the vruth ful reply. Some of it may be worth more than others, but we're charEin' 4d a loaf cash at the tail of the cart. - * * * If is one of the articles of faith of the soldiers at the front that a gold coin is a mas cot. It is, also, a good deal that way else where. Pearl from The Christian Statesman : Let us stand by our pride as a nation well-born, more than unwilling to be born again at the bidding of nny Odinic kultur-monger intent on mak ing a slnughter-house of the world to jain liis own ends. * ' ♦ ? One of the papers has corrected the report of the de?th of a citizen. This kind of thing has been well done, at times. For instance : Yes terday we were the fi...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 15 September 1917

WAR SAVINGS CERTIFICATES For War Purposes only. A DEPOSIT OF ? 17 8 will purchase a Certificate for £1 £* 7 0,, ?? ** £8 15 O „ h *1° £*3 15 O „ n *»0 £87 10 O ,. n *100 £875 O O » ?» £1000 Payable 3 yenra from d*t« of purchaa*. Certificates are transferable by delivery being payable to bearer, are exempt from the Wealth Levy, free from Commonwealth and State Stamp Duty. Interest free of Commonwealth and State Income Tax. Every Man Can help Win the War by participating in the War Every Woman Saving Certificates. Every Certificate . purchased Every Child helps to bring viotory oloadr. „ Application form) and *ll informiticn at all Bunko, Btat* S»v!nff* Bfttiki and Money Order Pott Offices, Save and bonoflt yourvolf. Buy Cortlflcatea and bonaflt your country. Commonwiulth-Bamk or APWiur.u. tl,lh March, 1911 A

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THOUGHT OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 15 September 1917

THOUGHT OF THE DAY. AW ue/sd not a narrow patriotism hut an internal patriotism, an extensive regard for the world as a whole, as well as an Intensive love of our own country. —Sir Francis YounRlniKband. The suullncss of things becomes great when Coil requires them of us'; they are small only in them selves ; they are always great when they are done fot God, nnd when they serve to unite 113 with Him eternally.

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THE BRITISH NAVY AT SEA IN WAR-TIME. EVER READY TO MEET THE ENEMY [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 15 September 1917

THU BRITISH NAVY AT SEA IN WAR-TIME. EVER READY TO MEET THE ENEMY These pictures are some of the latest photographs taken of British warships at sea in war-time. Their work is not always recorded, but their vigilance is unceasing, and they are continu ally watching, not merely for submarines, large numbers of which they have sent to the bottom, but for the main enemy fleet, which they are anxiously waiting to attack if the opportu* nity is afforded, The picture on the left shows a British battleship at sea in the evening, and the picture on the right shows the latest type of big guns. — (Central News.) Mr. Punch, in the person of President Wil eon, comes down with his stick upon the head of Prussian militarism. — (L'asino.) Private J. Hodgson, Mrs. Hodgson, and child, for whom the cottage was built by the Merrylands branch of the Voluntary Workers' Association, with funds from the Voluntary Workers' Cafe. Private Hodg son lost the sight of both eyes at Gallipoli. NEW PUNCH AND JUDY ...

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Bush Brigands VII.—The Jewboy Gang [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 15 September 1917

Bush Brigands -9 VII.==The Jewboy Gang One of the most notorious of the early bush rangers of Australia was Edward Davis, com monly known as The Jewboy. Next to Jackey Jackey, and, perhaps, Mathew Brady, moro yarns have been told about this hero of tho roads than any other bushranger in the pre- ' gold digging era. The Jewboy appears to have commenced his depredations in 1839 in what were then tho Northern Districts of the colony of N.S.W. His ranga extended from about Maitland to the ' New England ranges, he having taken posses sion of the Great Northern Road; but he was not particular, and therefore either he or other members of his gang, or, perhaps, independent bushrangers who were only supposed to belong to the Jewboy Gang, travelled considerable dis tances from the road. NUMEROUS DEPREDATIONS. During the year 1840 the Jewboy Gang; com mitted numberless depredations. They robbed' Mr. Deake's house at Wollombi, stole liis horses, took horses from several other stations, held the...

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WOUNDED ANZACS ENJOYING A SUN BATH RUSSIA'S DICTATOR A STORMY PETREL [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 15 September 1917

WOUNDED ANZACS ENJOYING A SUN BATH RUSSIA'S DICTATOR A STORMY PETREL .... iterensky, Kussian Premier, who has as sumed the role of dictator in view of his Cabinet's resignation and the threat of civil war. He was reported killed. A few of our wounded men in the open air at a soldiers' hospital.— Newspaper Illustrations.) General Kornilov, Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Army, whose dismissal has been demanded by M. Kerensky, the Rus sian Premier. — (Underwood,) German Private : 'Lieutenant, after a month I have gained twenty kilos, in weight.' ''Yes, but where is your horse?' — (II. 420. Florence.) This bonnet, which has had a vogue in America, suggests the tam-o'-shanter of the Chasseurs d' Alpine; France's Blue Devils. It is made of midnight blue velvet, with a tam-o'-shanter crown', trimmed with rosette of pink roses and purple grapes. — (Underwood.) This is the hand of Thomas McCarthy, the . United States Marshal. The Huns are feel ing the weight of it. — (New York Evening Tel...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 15 September 1917

Her Afternoon Siesta is the title of this cartoon from the Cleveland Plain Dealer, tyhich suggests that Congress sleeps while ' tHe:food profiteers grab America's food.! ^^^5SS'mi ? nMumjiiumnr^gSS'**'^ ii ? i ' Net braiders at work at the Department of State Trawling Industry, which provides cheap fish for the people, and affords work eminently fitted for women. Instructor : ' 'Ere, what are you stop pin1 for ? We've not finished yet ' Pupil : 'Er— if you don't mind, I think I'll take the rest of the lessons by post !' — (Drawn by Wilmot Hun in The Passing Show.) The picture on the left is Madge Elliott, the handsome and clever dancer who appears in You're in Love, the new musical comedy which started last Saturday. The picture in the centre -s Sydney James, who is haying a successful season in Look Who's Here at the Palace On the right is Mdlle. Lilyan of Xilyan and Boggs^who, open at rthe.Tiyoli to-day America, like England, is cultivating allot* ments. Mother makes her. first ap...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 15 September 1917

THE REMARKABLE PREVALENCE (N AUSTRALIA OF SUPERFLUOUS HAIRS 1* ili'tOoruMi', mid thr mil.v ruiv known. W Biiontio IJlriMiul.wlp, iipi'iiitwl vtry raii'lully l\v thu iiii'iiii'ull/ truliu'ii i.|iui'inliKt. Diktivflitiilj' painful »iv (lie mult* 1 hour daily iiutu ladies wlio Imvc I-Itii (IcwIvimI «u-l di» -«u-il|tf-iJ tlunuuli tivinu vMi'nuil uppliuition^ jiiiJ tliffeietit Mi-called iiiica for MiprrlluoLU hiiir. The appllrjilrtn of any ihuiiicil uhich will |icii-H'iile A'l'pb moi^li to ?licli'O.v tin- Imii pa pilla HUM ol l.r.tt (J1.V pciiiiniifiitl.v di' iMmj^ )1-''O' '''I ilibl:i;uic ^K '^f *^te^ ' SBk Hi''/ ll'i'' hair cx MBk W*T^ ^^CfflHffiW I'-ri'al toaiid-lislitly 4fflWi«^gg c^f^wm ^)«H;iiit/;.' Hb';:11^ ^ \\ t \ y iiumiier. 1 ttii.li lo il JfejL. / warn Uidii'* ayiHnst LJS^T^V -*- Hhinu t'xti-nuil iH!ine 1mm -!i--. Vuur Uoi'liT or ^F ini.v juithoritv will -i'U y«u Jlinx' i» no ? vurc known but , . ,. lClpftroly^iN, My r\ tOlflw }-.lll'l-K«II ('NpiMlciu... illl,l KlKlvvllHlgi! ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 15 September 1917

SMOKERS' and SHA VERS' OUTFITS for SOLDIERS ? ,„,,„, PARCEL No. 1 vvntuln»i 1 Tlu of 00 Threo Cu«tl*» Olguroltw, I Tin ot 00 CajMUuu c'l«iir.»-U'», I itllvwrwountod Cltfuretto liolvlor (iu i'u»--), 1 Huuol Puokvt Lighter, 1' Btroug 1'oekH Knlfo ? . , ? ii/o PABCEL No. 2 i'uuUiln*:— 1 BilvuMnouuh'd lll«U£rad«) 8N L. Drlur 1'Iim?, 4 Tin* Kutioi Huitikl»|a Milling 1 Huuol Pocket MghW , ? ' .. .. ? , PABCEL No. 3 oou»uiu«i— '* 1 JiertuctitfAlly-teolvtl Tiu, cvattimittg 25 Ihuiduiudc 'Kuutberu Crow' Clgurn ., ... ,. .. ? „ o/O PARCEL No. 4 roututns:— 1 'Ctitt't B Bout' BafoW Itixor (with 0 n|-nre IjIuJou). 1 Sti«k Bliuvlng Boap In case, 1 Badger Sharing Brush la ulekellcd wine, nnd Mirror. 'J'ho lot enclosed in leather covered case. ALL DUITlHlt MAKE 12/0 Tilt ftbore ar« strongly puked and POSTED FREE to any address in Aus tralia or abroad. MICK SIMMONS, LTD., Head Depot: HAYMAKKET, SYDNEY. Branches: City, Suburbs, Nowcastle and Brisbane f EIGHT-HOUR ART UNION AND SPORTS. PRIZES value C^...

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CHESS & DRAUGHTS PROBLEM No. 12. Specially contributed to The Mirror by Mr. F. H. Matthews, Petersburg (S.A.). MACK (o places) [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 15 September 1917

CHESS & DRAUGHTS — w — . .,., PROBLEM No. 12. HjM-uiiUy ooiitrllmU'd to The Mirror »?-? Mr. I'. ». Wiittlnnw, rvU'r-buiy -S.A.). 1M.ACK (5 |iiiWh.) WII1TK ((I pli'tc-J ?White to [il.iy and mute in twn nmve. W}t, 6(]2, l|i'.'k.1, 5li2, 21'l.V!!, IKJiili, b, alt4,i. Solution tit So. 10 (Miislmow).-WM, UnJ. liilp-, M'JIl'll*, bjill'ka, -|i3, Jpl'l.Nll'l, HllKl.-Xlutc In two. Key : J, K-K mi. Holvcd I.v ; It. W Hill, .\Uliioimic; O.K.R, ArmJiffu ; II. .IviiUik, Toiiiih' : «. M. Weir, Afh lit Id. Further fokiticiiK of 'So. (I liom : It. V. Hill, It. -'. ttoouVin, Hyde : iJ.t.'.M., lluiidalurs, 0. J mi-l U. Al. Wi'ir. Hrilliiint Hnviliis— (3) Won liy ZiikerHiit. 1. J'-K 4 I'-K 4 7. It x I1 eh K x H i'. Kt-K u a t^-it a f. ij-g 4 -/-u a 3 B-U i ? y.|{ Kt 3 -). iit-Kt '» i-h K-Kt :J 1. CaKtlcs UxKl'(a) 10. tf-QUch Kill n; iixr ih k-h »ih) ji. p-i-t t ih k x p ti. H-K 1 q-\i 115 12. V-ll 8 nuit- (a) Had. P-Q 3 av;\s Ihe correct ino\e. (li) K-U 1 (2) Won by Ceo. KaMgate. J. I'-K i J'-...

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DRAUGHTS. PROBLEM No. 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 15 September 1917

DRAUGHTS. PROBLEM No. 12. By K. A. Jones (Vie.?. Black : Men 1, 0, 17. U. 29. Wilto ! 14, 21, K». 11, 15. VVliitc to play and win. Solution at No. 10 (O'Malley).— Black : 1, 3, 28. K. 16. White : 15. Kb. 0, U, 27. Black to play and win, thus :— 16-19, H— 10, 2S-82, 27—31, 1—5, 0— 18, fi-9, 13-0, 3-7, 10—3, 19—1. B. wins. Solution of No. 9 from : Sing Dong, Broken Hill. BECrNXEJt ((J.): (1) \'cs, provided, of course, that the square on the other sido 1b vacant. (2) The player anay remove (or huff) any one of tho adverse plecca that might or should have been taken. lie has the power cither to huff, compel the take, or to let the piece remain on the board. GAME. 'Ayrshire Lassie.' Black— Fisher. Vlnte— ? Gardner. 11—16 20—22 3—7 ]!)— 10 2—7 22—17 24—30 7—11 27—23 fl— 15 15—10 13—22 8—11 B2— 15 7—11 24—11) 7—11 7—10 28-54 11—18 22—18 lu-24 10-7 13—19 4—8 80—26 0—13 2S— 19 11—15 10—26 23— If) 10—14 18-rfl 1— 5a 7—3 AV. Win?. 15—18 25—22 6—14 20-22 8—11 22-16 18—25 32—28 6—9 3-7 11—18 29—...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
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QUESTIONS MSWERED MEDICAL [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 15 September 1917

QUESTIONS ANSWERED MEDICAL DIXIE. (Gosford) : The occurrence is normal in every respect. ENQUIRER (Uathurst), W-lLll. (Darlinglmrit), P0 S1ERE3 (Kooringa, S.A.) : Replies have been posted. ROSTRUM (Pcmlrunt) : A ?tesspoontul ot the confection may be taken every other night aa required. PSORIASIS (Sydney): Apply the following ointment every night after bathinu the part with warm water and sulphur boap :— Ohrysarobin 5 grains, liquid coal 'tar (Wriclin 10 minims, -while nrccMUtC powder 6 grains, benzoated lard to loz. MR. J. (West Maitland) : In tho early stuges the disease would be lets complicated, and, therefore, more amen able to treatment. With th6 passage of time it is ob vious that Ui« infection must become general. (2) From two to three years 1b tlie usual period of treat ment and observation. (8) Night clinics are estab lished in connection with the larger pulilic hospitals in Sydney. Full particulars may be obtained from the Medical Superintendent at citlier the Royal I'rinc...

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MISCELLANEOUS [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 15 September 1917

MISCELLANEOUS 8WE13P T1CKKTS fto T.C., Annandalo) : No, we cannot give you liny address there. 1'IYB 1UJXDHEO (to (.'.U.K., Hunters Hill): -o, ae must adhere to bin first call. IIALLISY'S COMKT (to 11.11., l'astlereaj;h-i,tre('l)i H was visible here from .lime, WOil, to .November, lull). TKA LKAVKS (to F.K., Summer Hill): Yes, there are book b on that. You should be able to gut one at A-npus ami Hobi'rtson's or -Uyinock's. UAHIilSTICI.' (to Sliidinii! 'I'lm muirsa r.f ttiiilv -« *nn extensive to give in these columns. You hail belter take a course at the l'liiversity. I'AINT WITHOUT 0111 OR LEAD tto W.H.S., Bondl): Caustic potash. WAR OHEST ART UNION (to Old Header) ; The num bers were published in the dally papers on .lunc 2'J. ADELA PAN1U1URST (to Paul Pry, Watson's Hay): She arrived in Melbourne from England on March 'U, 19U. INVALID PENSION (to Anxious Mother): Make appli cation to the Pensions Office, 17 Bligh-Btreet. You will have to give full details as to jour means, etc. MR...

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