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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

FUNERAL NOTICES. 1/ per line; minimum, 4/ per notice. BLUNDELL.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. P. A. Blundell will leave her resi- dence. Ridgelands, Cavendish Road, Coorparoo. This (Wednesday) After- noon, at 4 o'clock, for the South Bris- bane Cemetery. JOHN HISLOP & SONS. Funeral Direc- tors. PATTISON.-The Friends of Mr. D. Patti- son, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Statham, Mr. and Mrs. R. Pattison, Mr. and Mrs. J. Pattison are invited to attend the Funeral of his deceased Wife, their Mother and Mother-in-law, Mrs. Eliza- beth Ann Pattison, to leave her late residence, Wellington Point, This (Wed- nesday) Morning, at 11 o'clock, for the Cleveland Cemetery. CANNON & CRIPPS, Funeral Directors. ROWE.-The Funeral of the late James Rowe, of Latrobe Terrace, Paddington, will leave Christ Church, Milton, after service, commencing at; 3 o'clock. This (Wednesday) Afternoon, for the Toowong Cemetery. CANNON & CRIPPS, Funeral Directors. WHITE.-The Funeral of Michael White, late R...

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

FURNITURE, SEWING MACHINES. A Singer sewing machine, £6 to £17, special display, hand, treadle, and beautiful cabinet, best selection in Bris- bane. Canberra Machine Co., 184 Ann St., Canberra Hotel Bldg. We also buy. A.-Furniture, your home furnished in modern style, 3 rooms, fully furnish- ed, from £29/10/, 50/ deposit, and 5/6 per week. The Globe, Stanley St., Newtown, South Brisbane. Look for tho big sign. AU furniture delivered in a plain motor van. A.-Now is the time to furnish, never before or again will you find prices so low or value so great. A beautiful bed- room suite complete, latest design, well built, £8/19/6, 20/ deposit, 3/6 per week. Or your old duchess and wardrobe allowed on In exchange. Globe, Newtown, Ring J1446. A.-Your dining-room In a modern de- sign. Silky Oak dining suite, side- board, refectory table, and dining chairs complete, £10/10/, 20/ deposit, and 3/6 per week, or your old dining-room turnout allowed for In exchange. The Globe, New- town. Ring J144...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

OVERELLS' (Pty.) LTD. PRESENTING A GUIDE TO THE FASHIONS OF SPRING. The delightful Frocks of Spring must make you long for the warmer days to come. The cool, puffy, fluffy styles are going to put sparkle In your eyes, a spring in your step, and secure ?winsome glances from admirers. When next in town, you should make a point of strolling through our Mantle Section, and seo for jourself the many channing styles. Note par- ticularly the very moderate prices. For example: SMART FROCK IN FANCY PLAID LINEN; skirt has panel front, with pleats, bodice is finished with but- tons, trimmings and dainty pocket. Shades of Lemon and Blue, S. Women's and Women's. PRICE 43/11. ATTRACTIVE FROCK IN CHECK TOBRALCO; skirt is cut on smart lines, the round neck and puff sleeves are trimmed with Organdi, shades of Red and Brown. SS. Women's and S. Women's, PBICE 18/11. EXTREMELY SMART AND AT- TRACTIVE IS THIS BLUE CHEV- RON STRIPED LINEN COAT AND SKIRT; coat is faced with White Linen, finished tie ends o...

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUMMARY AND INDEX. Queensland. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

        SUMMARY AND INDEX. Queensland. Metropolitan Forecast for To- day.-Generally cloudy, and prob- ably some showers; moderate tem- perature; light to moderate north- easterly to northerly wind. Queensland.-Cloudy and un- settled south from line Burketown to Rockhampton, and rain of scattered nature probable, associ- ated with electric disturbance. Fine elsewhere, except for some scattered showers alonf tropical coast. Temperature cool to mode- rate. The maximum temperature yes- terday in each State capital was: -Brisbane, 70.2; Sydney, 70.2; Melbourne, 64.1; Hobart, 56.0; Adelaide, 63,0; Perth, 64.2. To-day's High Tides.-3ft. 11in. at 3.54 a.m.; 6ft. Oin. at 5.23 p.m. Prompt action and ready help on wharf and vessels, saved a young lady, a late arrival for the departure of the Strathaird from Hamilton yesterday, from the loss of her passage on the holiday cruise to New Guinea. Mr. J. G. Bayley, M.L.A., in Parlia- ment yesterday...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RUNCORN. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

RUNCORN. Euchre Tournament.-A euchre tourna- ment in aid of the funds of the Runcorn Hall was held in the Public Hall, Run- corn, on August 25. The following were tha prize-winners:-Mesdames T. King and Doyle and Messrs. A, Wilson and A. E. Mannlon.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
COOROY. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

COOROY. School Committee.---At a meeting of the Cooroy State School Committee Mr. F. Larkin was appointed chairman in place of Mr. R. Mahoney.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OAKEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

OAKEY. Obituary.-The death occurred recently of Mrs. Annie Donaldson Lamb, at her residence, Campbell Street, Oakey. She was born in Airdire, Scotland, 56 years ago, and came to Australia with her parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hunter, in 1884 by the sailing ship Otago. In 1895 she was married at Ipswich to Mr. John Lamb. After their marriage Mr. and Mrs. Lamb resided for a short period at Walloon (Queensland) and South Katoomba and Mount Kembla (New South Wales), and for the last 35 years had resided in Oakey. The late Mrs. Lamb is survived by her husband, Mr. John Lamb (Oakey), five sons-Peter (Townsville), William, John, David, and Allan (all of Oakey)-and three daugh- ters-Mesdames Holyland (Burleigh Heads), A. Orr (Oakey), and Miss Mary Lamb (Oakey). School of Arts.-Mr. M. J. Bennett pre- sided at the annual meeting of the Oakey School of Arts. The election of officers resulted:-Patron, Dr. M'Dowall; presi- dent, Mr. A. Smith; vice-presidents, Messrs. J. Wright and A. B. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GLEN INNES. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

GLEN INNES. Chamber of Commerce.-At the annual meeting of the Chamber of Commerce the following were elected officers - President, Mr R H M'Gee, vice-presi- dents, Dr G H Gall and Mr J Burke, committee, Messrs C Robin, D P Jones, L. E. Greening, D W. Abbott, G E Mowbray, C E Jones, J R Windeyer, H Smith F S Mackenzie, W J Wat- son, I C Stevenson, and J Peebles, sec- retary, Mr J R Souter, treasurer, Mr M D Seward District Hospital-The report at the annual meeting of the Glen Innes Dis- trict Hospital disclosed that the income had exceeded expenditure by £157. and that more patients had been treated than in any other year since 1928 The following directors were nominated -Rev D F Allmond, Dr G Gall, and Messrs H H Chappell J R. Curtis R H M Gee F S Mackenzie, G W Sharpe, N K Sligo, W W E Spato, J R Souter J R Win- deyer, and C H Wood These will be declared directors for the ensuing year.

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

FLATS, ROOMS TO LET. Ohcaflj Prepaid Rates: 12 words 1/ per insertion; each additional 6 words 6d. Limit 108 words (l8 lines)._ - A VALON," Brunswick St., NI Farm, -tX moon, brick flats, furn., elec. equip- ped, hot water. B4607. or Public Curator. . A SCOT, beautifully furnished, lounge, **? grand piano, bedrooms, dining, etc., moderate permanent, 159 Lancaster Road, inspection any time._ " A VALON," Brunswick and Harcourt -**-streets, New Farm, mod. brick flats, elec. equipped, hot water installations, fully fur., rea. rental. Manageress. B4607, or Public Curator._ AVAILABLE at "Cooladdi," Windsor, s.o. furnished flat, high position, ocnvenlent tram. M2338._ AVAILABLE, well furnished, double and single room, use of kitchen. 37 M'Lachlan Street. Valley._ AMoaerniy-iurmsneo, seli-containeu, front flat, overlooking park, garage, "Oakleigh House," Sydney St., 2nd house off Brunswick Street. New Farm. B8263. AVAILABLE, lur. s.c. Hat, piano, 423 Gregory Terrace; also large fur. house, o...

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

MACHINERY, METALS. Cheap Prepaid Rates: 12 words 1/ per ' insertion; each additional 6 words 6d. Limit 108 words (l8 lines). . ALTERNATING- current motors, up to 100 h.p., for sale, cash, terms, also for hire, free maintenance, equal new. Prices keen. Norman Bell Se Co., Ltd.. Brisbane. A Necessity on the farm, 24 to 32 volt lighting plants, new, second-hand, to drive off your existing engine, also direct coupled, including engine. We stock 32 volt motors and cheap lighting batteries. Norman Bell Se Co.. Ltd.. Brisbane._ A BRAHAMS Se Williams, late Australian ."? Iron and Steel Building, Montague Road, Sth. Brisbane, cash buyers and sellers all kinds of machinery, brass, copper, lead, and zinc, boilers, all engines, 'Phone J1541. _ >UY British Separators and Australian ' churns. W. A. Preston. Co., Dalry Machinery Merchants, Albert Street, Bris- bane;_ If! VANS, Deakin, Co., Ltd., Ryan Bulld -»-l lngs, corner Eagle and Charlotte Streets, works, Montague Road, South Bris- bane, an...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

BUILDERS' MATERIALS. BEFORE THE HOT WEATHER j COMES! WE RECOMMEND PARAGON NON-POISONOUS PAINT, 17/6 Gal, plus Sales Tax. -A high grade, low priced paint 20 artistic colours to choose from, Also Roger s Genuine Whitelead Paints the highest grade made All colour» 22/6 gal, plus Sales Tax Send for fice coloui cards -Ltd I Timber, Joinery, Hardware Specialists I Grey Stieet SOUTH BRISBANE I Offices Whnrf Street 'Phone B216I »!IM_-.'J-^Ai'JJ-lt«M»--Ul-»g-«TW->l

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

BUSINESSES FOR SALE. Cheap Prepaid Rates: 12 words 1/ per Insertion; each additional 6 words öd. Limit 108 words (l8 lines),_ X Splendid general mixed, winter trade ?". £18-£20, stock guaranteed £30, ser- viceable plant, nice residence, £65. Clifford Kelly, 191 Albert St. (opp. St. James)._ A MONEY MAKER. ?". FIRST CLASS CAPE. Four Windows, large frontage main street THRIVING COUNTRY TOWN, Fruit, vegetables, confectionery, tobacco, large refreshment rooms fully equipped. Stock and large plant, every con- venience, ice chest, cooking range, etc. Dwelling 5 rooms attached, fully furnished, Ice-cream room and plant with engine. Lease about 7 years to run; rent 30/ per week; Weekly Takings average from £60 to £70, PRICE £1000. This is an opportunity for any live business man or family. First to inspect must buy. Apply promptly for offer or further particu- lars to; BINNEY & CO., Agents, Pittsworth. ASmallgoods, cstab. 10 years, trade £55 week. Adams's cake agency, beautiful shop...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

%cfaHtä>asute' cjt Success-¿¿se FLOUR THERE'S a world of difference between "Ovaltine" and imitations made to look the same. ' ' Ovaltine" is 100 per cent, health-giving nour- ishment -= scientifically prepared from the highest qualities of malt extract, fresh creamy milk and new-laid eggs. Unlike imitations, it does not contain household sugar.or.any cheap, ingredient to give it bulk and to reduce the cost. Nor does it contain a large percentage of cocoa. There is only one ' Ovaltine." Its formula and process of manufacture cannot "be improved. It has never been successfully imitated. That is why you should insist upon Ovaltine" and reject substitutes. Considering its supreme quality, "Ovaltine" is by far the most economical food beverage you can buy. TRIAL SAMPLE: A gonerous trial «ample of "Ovaltine," sufficient to make four cupsful, will be sent on receipt of 3d. in stamps, to cover cost of postage and packing. See address below. IMPERIAL ECONOMIC, CONFERENCE (OTTAWA) results...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

porridge MADE EASILY DIGESTIBLE BY SPECIAL PROCESS BUILDS FINE BOYS^ - PD f GIRLS/ ^ $vv ^Ç> g^-,<.-..-ir.n |.-nr.'iiü.'irir-.'riiiii.niiMLiiiimii.nNi.iiiHji.iiin.ir ...I ,ii.^J.'i.,n>,mtiirii^i(V,:;irrv-i-'.'i.i1^i. ^^i^Vr^^iTniTii-, Tf0 select a tea that will give general satisfaction and yet prove to be economical in use requires the exercise of Thought and Wisdom. You can have perfect assurance that if you buy a good tea like KING TEA you will at once secure complete satisfaction and economy. Satisfaction comes from the delightful, fresh flavour of the care- fully-selected, tender tea tips which are graded and blended here in Queensland by experienced experts. There is so much goodness preserved in KING TEA that less of it is needed to make delicious, refreshing tea. Therein lies its economy. Be careful and be wise-use KING TEA -use Jess ¿er cu¿-and drink better tea, 4oüd ia ¿fe ¿¿¿t jfarf No More Rough sore hands on WASHING-DAY DON'T let washing and cleaning ru...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

FRIDAY, 1st SEPTEMBER. AT 10 O'CLOCK, POST OFFICE AUCTION MART, ADELAIDE STREET. TRADE LINES Player Rolls and Gramophone Records. PORTABLE GRAMOPHONE Banjo-Mandolin and Accordéon. Wireless Sets and Speakers. GENUINE PHILIPS 4-Valve PORT- ABLE RADIO, complete. Philips' Charger and. Marconlphone, H.T. Supply Unit. Inkstand and Tray, Xylonite Ware, etc. Quantity Novels. 24vols. ALEXANDER HAMILTON BUSI- NESS COURSE, in special Wall Bookcase. 14 Ladles' Raincoats. 4 ART PERSIAN RUGS. BLUE MOHAIB TABLE COVER. ELECTRICALLY OPERATED NATIONAL CASH REGISTER, IW. to £8;_ REMINGTON CASH REGISTER, }4d. to £2, pay-out slip, total adder, customer SET 21b. AVERY WHITE ENAMELLED COMPUTING SCALES. Set 5cwt. AVERY PLATFORM SCALES, tested and guaranteed. Office Tables and Chairs. WARDROBE TRUNK. 14 NEW CONGOLEUM SQUARES, WILTON and AXMINSTER CARPETS. GRANDFATHER CHIMING CLOCK, in rosewood. Table and Cabinet Gramophones, Edison Diamond Disc Table Gramophone. VERY PINE H.M.V. RE-ENTRANT MOD- EL GRAMOPHON...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

MOTOR CARS, ACCESSORIES. Cheap Prepaid Rates 12 words 1/ per insertion each additional 6 words 6d. Limit 108 words (l8 lines). Paul's Terrace Valley Ring B5560 A -Bendlx lock-heed brakes correctly ?"- adjusted Genuine replacements available Official service station, Elphln stones Adelaide St_ AT Mcintosh Motors Pty, Ltd, Des- mond Chambers, Adelaldo Street - Chevrolet 6, 1930 model, excellent appear- ance, well shod, small mileage A dem- onstration will convince you £165 Terms_ AT Mcintosh Motors Pty, Ltd - Cadillao 7ipassenger tourer, newly shod, In perfect mechanical condition would make very good service car £125 Terms_ AT Mcintosh Motors Pty, Ltd - Ford ' A" utility, splendid order, ready for the road £90 Terms_ AT Mcintosh Motors Pty, Ltd - Oldsmoblle 6 tourer in very good order Well worth Inspection £60 Terms_ AT Mcintosh Motors Pty, Ltd - 1028 Oakland tourer tyres and paint pood mechanically perfect £130 Terms AT Mcintosh Motors Pty, Ltd Des- mond Chambers, Adelaide Street - ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

AUCTION SALES AND PROPERTY LIST. TO-DAY AT 12 NOON, MOTOE AUCTION SALESROOM, CREEK STREET, CITY, MORRIS ROADSTER, 3»28 ESSEX TOURER, FORD A TOURER, STUDEBAKER TOURER, PONTIAC ROADSTER, 1928 OLDSMOBILE TOURER, 1926 ESSEX TOURER. CHEVROLET 6 UTILITY, AUBURN TOUREit. DODGE TOURER. WHIPPET TOURER. WILLYS KNIGHT TOURER. 1926 OLDSMOBILE TOURER. STANDARD TOURER. CHRYSLER UTILITY, WHIPPET UTILITY, DODGE ROADSTER, DODGE TOURER. OVERLAND TOURER, BUICK ROADSTER, FIAT TOURER, STUDEBAKER UTILITY. ALSO WITHOUT RESERVE. BUICK TOURER, FORD "T" TOURER. FORD "T" ROADSTER. Isles, Love, & Co., Pty., Limited, WILL SELL AS ABOVE. ^_ TERMS AT SALE. 24339. FRIDAY, 1st SEPTEMBER, AT 11 O'CLOCK I, POST OFFICE AUCTION MART, ADELAIDE STREET. QUALITY FURNISHINGS. 2 88-note PLAYER PIANOS. 3 First-Class PIANOFORTES. Brand new 5-Valve Super Heterodyne Radio Receiver. 11-stop ESTEY ORGAN. Isles, Love, & Co., Pty., Limited, WILL SELL 800 LOTS, Comprising: Chain Venetian and Aerolax Blinds, Veranda Ta...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

MUSIC, ART, LITERATURE. Cheap Prepaid Rates: 12 words 1/ per insertion; each additional 6 words 6d. Limit 108 words (l8 lines). \ ART, drawing, painting, every branch. Classes, day, evening, Se Saturdays, Mlssi Birkbeck, opp. Supreme Court. CLASSES, SCHOOLS, TUITION. Cheap Prepaid Rates: 12 words 1/ per insertion; each additional 6 words (3d. Limit 108 words (l8 lines). ALL exams., City Coaching College, 130 Queen St., University, law, pharmacy, &c. R. D. Rosenstengel, C.T., P'pal. B5418. A.-Motor driving, mechanical courses (and latest model drive yourself cars). Cahill Motors, 101-3 George St., opp. Gov Printing Office. 'Phone B6720. ACCOUNTANCY, University, law, com- mère, exams, quick passes, Rochford College, Treasury Chbrs., Geo. St. B5444. ACCOUNTANCY.-Individual Class Sys- tem, the best at Stott, Hoare, Se Dobcll's BUslnesB College, Creek St., 'Phono B1806. AT Efficiency Motor School, 93 Bowen Tee., Valley. Estab. 1922. Driving Se mechanical tuition, satisfaction. B5...

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TOOWOOMBA. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

TOOWOOMBA. Mrs. Edward Farmer, president of the Southern division of the Country Women's Association, will leave on Friday for Rock- hampton, en route to Townsville, where she will attend the annual meeting of the Northern division. Mr. and Mrs. Hector M'Phie, who have been spending the winter months at Southport, will return to Toowoomba to- morrow. Mrs. R. Kent has returned to Oakey. Mrs. Byrne Hart will leave on Saturday on her return to Brisbane. Mrs. D. Maughan, who has been on a visit to Sydney, will return to Toowoomba to-day, and will leave at the end of the week with Mr. Maughan to reside in Bris- bane. Mrs. F. Bridgeman, who has been in Brisbane for the inter-State croquet tour- nament, returned to Toowoomba yester- day. Mrs. P. Page, who is staying with the Rev. and Mrs. Warner-Shand, will leave at the end of the week on a visit to Southport. Miss Daphne Davidson, who has been spending several months at Gladstone, will return to Toowoomba next week. Mr. Gerald Barlow and ...

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Fashion Colours Up.— —Nature and Art Combine. Fashion has her moments of revelling in colour splendour this season, but in the new fabrics it is so artfully done that, however exotic a pattern may be chosen, toilettes will mingle in social gatherings without fear of producing a circus effect. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

Fashion Colours Up. -Nature and Art Combine. Fashion has her moments of revelling in colour splen- dour this season, but in the new fabrics it is so artfully done that, however exotic a pattern may be chosen, toilettes will mingle in social gatherings without fear of pro- ducing a circus effect. The new materials, it seems after a tour of the shops, are as interest- ing as the new styles, the designers apparently having decided to use Unes to the exclusion of all else, and then seemingly relented and created just as lovely effects with flowers. Also, no favouritism has been shown be- tween silk and cotton weaves, and many mercerised effects have a dell Last season's evening gown brought up to date by means of shoulder frills of stiffened organdi in the same or a contrasting tone. cate sheen that adds to the beauty of the vivid colouring. One prominent 'buyer forecasts that red will be the favourite colour, the indication being that all fabrics in which shades of red predominate have...

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