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ROUGH VOYAGE. NEWCASTLE, December 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

ROUGH UOYAGE. NEWCASTLE, December 25. A story of a 'remarkable series ot misfortunes was related when an un named 10 tons auxiliary cruiser,, for merly the Molly Hawk, was. towed, into Newcastle .Harbour. After clearing Syd ney Heads at 6 o'clock on Saturday night the cruiser struck terrific -eas, suffered. an engine failure, nearly lost a man overboard, and was affected by a running seam in her mainsail before reaching Port Hunter. The crew were Messrs. K. M. J-evy (skipper), Tom Chrispie (mate), — Baker, Leo Mullins, — Fitzgerald, Alex. Quornley, Jack Findlay ( engiucer ) , , and Si. K. Levy, setir. . 'We had liardly settled down,' said Mr. Levy, 'when a southerly blow came on and we stood out to sea. At 2 a.m. on Sunday it was blowing very hard. We had a double reef in the mainsail at the time, and the boat was taking seas all over her. We managed to get down the sail, almost losing Mul-. lins in the process. He was caught by the falling jib. We then put out a tea anchor, and eve...

Publication Title: Central Queensland Herald, The
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LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

LOCAL PEODUCE MARKET. The following are the retail (Vriee* ruling for produce in Roekhampton to day (Wednesday):— Flour, per 150 lb. bag, 20/6L Flour, per 100 lb. bag, 20/6. Flour, per 50 lb. bag, 10/6. Flour, pe: 25 Jb. bar 5/0. Sugar, per 70 lb. bag, 26/6. Kerosene, per tin 7/3 Benzine, per tin, 9/7. Potatoes, per cwt., 23-6. Pumpkins, per lb., 2d. Sweet Potatoes,' per cwt., 16/6. Onions, per lb., 2d. Wheat, per baeheL 7/11. Maize, whole, bus.,- 6/9; ?-??.« Maize, cru6lwd, bus., 7/1. - Bran, per buBh.,'2/7, . Pollard, i»r; bush, 2/10, ,'._'

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GRACEMERE PINEAPPLES. ROCKHAMPTON, December 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

GRACEMERE PINEAPl'LES, ROCKHAMPTON, Dccemtiei- 31. There were 123 'cases of pineapplei trucked here during the week^UO.to Roma-street, Brisbane, through the Committee of Direction, -and 13 to otjier centres, s:vys our Gracemere correspond dent, writing on the 29th instant. Vory few pineapples hav^ been sold in RoeK hampton so far this season, owing . to the fruit being late in ripening. All j that has been sent soutii have only , been partially ripe, but by the . time ' they reach the consumer the}' should be well coloured.

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PRODUCE. BRISBANE, December 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

PRODUCE. BRISBANE, December 25. Farm produce was' in very. light sup ply at Roma-street 'yesterday, thp bulk of lucerue chaff clearing at 7s. 6d. to 5e. 3d. Xo New South Wales oaten chaff was on the market and local chatf sold at 7s. Id. For mixed chaff 6s-. was refused. Potatoes, which were. dU'j in light supply, realised los. 7d. to 12s. Offers of 7s. were refused for a single line of pumpkins. BRISBANE, December 28. la nn produce was in light supplv at Koiiia-street to-day. Lucerne chaff, which was the only class of fodder, pro tented, was pushed at 7s. 7-J. Potatoes ~ realised l'is. lid. and Ijs. Sd. and onions ] found buyers at 10s. to !-s. No wheat! Mas forward. A« olFur of 3s. lid, wi* refused for fkinlcss barley and niaiw . was' passed a*, js. lid. | HKISBAXE, December SI. | At the Uoma-street markets to-day {ill locally grown products wert in good j demand at enhanced prices. A priuu , leafy sample of green lucerne chaff rea j Hwd 8e. 7d. QuaUty peed fetct»c4 yp to is. Id a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

? GOOP SULTANA CAKE ? ? Few drops Aunt Mary? QVe|i j^ ^ touts. essence of vanflw mi AUNT MARYS 1 BAKING POWDER I H COSTS A LITTLE MORE :s WOfeTH A LOT MORE I /. ObtainabU froth tUStora and Grocery jjj . — 1 ? .?*-.«. '- *&- M tf^s ?-'?? . .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

^^\ V AHNOTTS ' '' ^s^f \ FAMOUS Every Mother, every House- ^^^^^^^^fr wife and every Hostess' knovvs x^Lg^^J^^y^' that ia ARNOTT'S FAMOUS ^^|r ''- SAO BISCUITS she has a x^tjjflr delicious, dependable item to save her work and worry, to please her guests and delight For.Econowy ;'-? her family. ' - '^ :'W . '? , , ?. . -' Whole Tir.t Rich, crisp and delicious, you ? * ? can enjoy them in 100 different - . ? I ways. — =^r^=^- ? j-pr^-^ — 77rtz±i

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BLAIR ATHOL COALFIELDS FINANCIERS INTERESTED. ROCKHAMPTON, December 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

BLAIR ATHOL COALFIELDS FINANCIERS INTERESTED. UOCKUAMFTON, December' 28 ' The euaordinary productivity of the Blair Athol coalfield 5b at-.. trading marked attention from investors, and Captain Campbell Mac-. k'P.'ie. M.E., M.A.I.M.M., has been inspecting - the various leases this week, and he -told a ' 'Bulletin ' re piesc'iilative yetterday that lie. had a |io«it of attorney o\er the who' e ? of the Hlair Athol coalfield, ill-' (. hiding ths working collieries, of the Blair Athol and Newcastle Coal - '? lonipanici.. A grnup of yueenslanu litiiinciers an interested 1u thcpro P'sal, and Captain Mackenzie will shortly proceed to London to place the whu'e proposition before Loiid^ u financiers. .Captain Mackenzie is -!t the iipinion that (lie propositiui; i£ of tut;ij importance tliut it will ? n.;e to national tiut^iiilude. . j 1 . dpmiii M:ii ken/.ie -aid that he lia-! jii.-i flin-lu-d a fortnight's intpection ol i'ii rfri-ii. Jiid Us considered opinion \va = 'S'ji i he world's larg...

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ABSCONDS FROM BAIL. BRISBANE, December 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

ABSCONDS FROM BAIL. LKliL'AM:, December -3. 'ilw-ic « '&- a tUi in !e-al circlet, jci »!'ii' morning « hen it became knovMi ,!,,, Hubert -M'Lowan, solicitor, who u'._ .j'rie.-lfd last -veek, chai-cd wuli ? u-.'iiii,.- i'1-'.' Hit., had absconded Iroui M Cowan disappeared from- the ciij-v if.nilv .ind. loliowin-' a uolice searcii. «ji j'i rented on a louJj; farm ueai i unumL'iu Creek, flu was Charged Uj. tl... I'viicL- Court last week witls1 steal ,nr i.-no ltis. and bail of £U'UU --a's a^ lv«uJ. --t!t- ill n'l/l) and two suielle.., ot ',iJU. ' '. . . ,' J A lurther charge o{ having f stoKi. tJIU _i. Jd., till! property ot ? Llua;.. l'itli Btattv, was pret erred- agaiiist. inu;.. in i lie l'l.'li'ce Court, .but vliew his naiii/ «u... tul'ed. .M'Cowan did Hot appear. , Uetecti\e Henderson -=aid M;Co\\au had -hen his bond of £7UU- a'lid- Stanley (.liarmaii and Edward Holmes ' ga\''- bL-uiL ot i-'iM as suraties for M'C'owau'e ap|'.;araii.-e on Tuesday. 1 lit i'oliet .Magistratu ...

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BAKERS PROSECUTED. ROCKHAMPTON, December 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

BAKERS PROSECUTED. ROCKHAMl'TON, IXeembH 31. Asa sequel to industrial Inspcctot Brown's visit to the local bakeries on the morning of November 2nd last, lie instituted proceeding!1 against several firms und employee* in tho Summons Court recently. The (inal batch was dealt with ,in the Summons Coiirt yesterdoj1, before j the P.M. (Mr. O. K. Vowvt), when | Clara KliKa, l^ockie wiw churgctl with having employed her sun, Les lie tockic. and William Leslie Bart ley at other than doughmaking be fore thu prescribed starting time of A a.tn. U-slie U»ckie and Bartley ? were charged with having com menccd work before that hour. They pleaded not guilty, but after hearing evidence the P.M. entered a conviction in each rase. Mr. K. K. Lurcvmbe, instructed by Mr. I), P.; Carry, appeared for the defen dant. As .is usual in tuch cases, the I'.JJ. asked .K Mr. Brown whether he had any objection to Mr. Ltirvombe appearing, lie rallied that he had hone, providt'l no exiK-'iises would be allowed again...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

? yv^vv^ . I /S3-~~^p \ He's planning for tlte future «-'' by using C ii lit* lira Ointment end Soap By using this combination regularly lie is im-kins sure of a beallhy scalp and soo-l hair — both now nnd in Liter life. You can be just as sure atheist Start today! ' fct» it. Oistaart U. ul ti. «dt%si U SI Suatile nth frt*. Addmp: ?'LlMn * Cft, 1 1 trtay.i.t.ir.- 6Mi- A.SU -.m K^. ^KAMIN'ti TWINES. HE.SSIAN& U1SIXFKCTANTS. STAIION UWNKRS ! \\rttp for psrticulurs ot disiufec tutits. whieh we Mipply. (iiurun Icod hi^t-clus)1 produi-th. J. 'i. YOUNG AND SON. MAINST.. FIVKWAYh.

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ROUND THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

ROUND THE WORLD. Dy ' Cosmopolite' Several deaths aTe . reported from' New York u» It'itViii' been' due t«- ?'po'ni- oned liquor' imbibed during the hull' days. The lorni ^(dlsoiied Iiijuoi'' is rather mislaying; it would *vuiii to imply that poihon liaJ J:ccir added to tlie liqubr. fJ'lia Ii.ju--;; it, ' piiiscinutlct,*' not '?|-pisoiiL'i|.' All Ijad I v distilled liquor contatji*. besides alcohol, con. ulderable ouatntU'esr, of fusel oil, a*, well a* of other) J^y'iitjiis frujistuiieeur, mostly -a Ika.ltlffsi'&^Wte' - real , :»)lj|eet ~ ol, modern metl^jtl^iii^^^Hlatluii U -|u;.. climliidto all I l^i'sb J^l'i^du^Vr -i«»*'! whisky is paisstd : JJjcVi^gh tlfVie difiur-, cnt prth-OKyo^, wittib ihij, rofnnJt^, thit; there is notl»ji^»^fi\ |njl :-.-Hnrter. hihI alcohol. Tito fftjij^vfijcli is iJiL- iiia'u stay.. of the Hi&Alcfc&r^U *i'«i!clv '?'. jiti tilled from liiftrti^J^^-fld 'sJrtwlijM..'. '.»t- : stead of thc{^fifi^vmiiitr tiscd in' tin,' Scottish distjjpf...

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EAST-STREET MARATHON [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

EAST -STREET MARATHON It (.-Mdcntly ua^ oui- ol lIu'HV l-Um-o -.'.lie. i, muoii-; a hand of will li.;« iiut minii \\ hat sii|H-i lii-.ili-il v,orUci-, n-- -'iil' J.u liiai' which evt-tymii- thulium the olliet had attended to. It thus n.iiapirvd thul In Kiml-ttti-eyt. at O.:i(l on Llu i.-i|u..» I'^i m l In- year of imci \',K.. . i: Kliodc Ih j'.nd Uwl cufkeri'l ultiucied inoic ai A-ntidii than would m io^ kIiou in tin. tlayi- of tin- criuidlnc. The motor c«r ol Mr. kdwnnl I Km pciiKtti M \\n- lielny slowed «ilh iieruli'ii uatcrti and awlr./lc srtick.s, cimii inen'» and confection*. |iii|ii;uil jiicsertc-h unu other items of Jnsi'.llwj ocloteii ul ihv anchoritv. when the fourth itt-ni ol Uic ic'liriHtmiiK menu slithered Horn Uiu .in f ill ly selected a^louicrulinii' ol toduui li- Uic running lioard, mid Irom then Hipped hiw way to the middle ol Lu^l Islrcct where liu ctaiined mi- -uiict»iit* v of thu tram line. I'riuir MiniMeo. Premier*, and priina doimur .-aih lime, graced IJast-wlrc...

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PRICKLY PEAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

PRICKLY PEAR. About t\vo yeai;s a^o a i-urty attached to the J'riekly I'ear -Cairtl ? .C«rfiiiiii6bWii_ was i-amped at CraeC-meWs .foi a uoui-i.'' .it'.iv-eks «libtribuiliig ' tl»e UiiJi'initlw beetle uu 'tlic pcai- -.infested trow ti latid* in this anu. 'surroumlin'j Mistrivts, but' apparently 60 iar as -thi* imiucdiale dia tti-t is eoneei ni-'d ih'nv. have' ?made.. litt.c or. no impix'bsion on the \test, ulthougti I have been informed they are doiii^ pood *\ oik in other localitiec, says oui (jTiiecmere eoiTespon-.'.snt. . ' Qtiitf ite^nt ly I i'uvtii rMy'nlixsz .of an- inxilct'ioii to iiupect a pi'.tih of pea' on uhifh tl;-.v cgss' «f Caetobiattis tat liu'un'r had lieeii distributdl soimi \\ecki;. previuusly. 'dml wliat I saw of Uie tic strue'ticn done by these ^ru'os or eater - pillars would ha- eonviueiij^ proof .'tha'. t!ic dik-ovcry of t actoblafitis us a «lp tstiut'tive a-ieiit is.w good .tiling *or Ui|« umiitry niul that-. .ij^iJoorAc _'vt tiiue tb prickly pjar will Lc 'era...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

P R ESjyyEE;R,I AMm\ (Propertyj of th^Presbyji^^thurch-of *^w South Wate*) 1 The Coilltge aims af i-toviding' *. Iiigh-class education ? . .; for Boarding; and Dayv Scholar* ftpmthe age of Six to the ? - Leaving Certifidate.Yyirith Religidus Ihstructioh of a non sectarian chftracj«ir|nlliarmonyJwith £he standards of the Presbyterian Church ^j^traliav- ' ; ' ' ?:..-. -? i':' j ?.*????-? ? v-;cfi.^'''-i!;-(-..'v;i - .''?',' ? ':J''-/ ???' ' ???: '?'%' The Manageir^tfnt pifothe College 4* Vetted in a Council; '%. of 1 2 ^pipbinwd by twKjGen^ral Assembly. The Cpl.Iege is pleasantly situated near Croydon Railway: :'y Statiorj, only 6 miles frpm Sydney. Tins main grounds - comprise 7 acres, laid out in gardens and spacious lawns* with a^wealthof sKady trees' for' Rot days of Sttftimer. Resident and Visiting Masters and MistreiseB possessing th«~highest . qualifications constitute an efficient Staff, Apd theJOornestic arrangements generally sustain the high reputation of the College. Speci...

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SPLENDID RAIMS. CENTRAL QUEENSLAND BENEFITS. ALSO SOUTHERN STATES. A HAPPY AUGURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

SPLENDID .RAMS, CENTRAL QUEENSLAND BENEFITS. I ? - ? : — ALSO SOUTHERN STATES. A HAPPY AUGURY. lhe most bounteous Christmas gift in years came jlo Au.l/da dor ing the weak that has just passed. Comme.icing with falls of over two inches in the parched mallee district of Victoria, the rain spread to practically the whole of South Australia, where the best rain for ax years was expei fenced. The rVought that Jias raged in Central Queensland lias been broken, and the heaviest floods in the history of the north-south milwav have been experienced. In Queensland the falls were on the whole somewhat lighter, but immense areas have benefited enormeurly, and the position in the 'far wett looks much more hopeful than it has for many year*. Coming as it has at this time ot the year is . a Mappy augury for 1930, as there are prospects that the falls will be fottswtd up. MKLDOURNE. December 27. Falls of over two inches ot' rain were recorded in the malloj district during tlie last few clays, defi...

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LATE WEATHER. BRISBANE, December 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

LATE WEATHER. BRISBANE, December 31. I During the '24 hours ended at 9 a.dt i.o-day. further .?light to heavy rain fell '.-ast of a line joining Camooweal to lioundtwindi. The precipitation . wim ('airly general over the coastal division, mi the central highlands and the Darl ?n^s Downs. The best registratioiib were Cooran 1-28, Capclla 426, Chinchilla 261), Bowctt -r,0, C'lermotit 254 and Kmerald 80. Consequent upon cloudy conditions IB t ho interior the temperature w«s only moderate to-day, the highest being 97 it Camooweal «nd Richmond. BKISBAXK, December 31. Advice received at the Weather Bureau .o-day showed that the tendency is for lie rain producing influences to move .owards the ocean and it is unlikely hat floods \\ill occur in the Queensland ivcr system*. Kurtlicr t-oakin-* rains fell generally -\er southern (^ucer.sland up to 0 a.m. o-day especially in tne coastal division*. Kails up to :t in. were reported on the south coast where the crops srcatlv benfc littod. On thu f...

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AGENTS REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

AGI-NL-s1 lU.VORJU. MpsiTf. Dalgety and Company, Ltd.. are ifi receipt of the following tel? l-]ii-iiic advice from tlieir- J^oii^rcat1)' office regard iir.: rainfulis registered in llir.t district for tlie H houis unatti '?- a.m. yesterday : — Uuigrcach 7 |K)ints, I.onpway :{,-, IJarr Kiver Dt)\vns .'-6, Tal loyrand 00. Vo^o ,1-1, ICvcbhani ti'J .Strathdan- slicd 6:J, Bimbali 100. Dai more 100, Darriveen l'20, Dahra 125, Corona outstation KJ7. Fairfield 1 5-. Oakley 170, Ulcnthtnnpson -260, lllra -.?onibe li^ht, Kelso 7'2, Rownev Downs 7-. Marchmont 72. Dandaru^a MiS, J'.eaeou-- field 178. Alto frovi tlieir Klackafi ollii'j — ' Pntchy thundci-htorms over tli« v.eel-ciul. yicldln;; «p to ISO points. ij?nerally about 50 points. Still ovcr CI'.Rt. ' Me&srs. Dulgety and Co.. Ltd.. Kock Hampton, received the following ine* sage from their llughcndon office, dated the IJOth instant:— 'Good storms were v'xperioMccd yesterday.- I'rairio and South Torrciis Creek bad from 1 to o . in...

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IN THE NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

? m THE NORTH. ? ' ' ' '''. ' ? ? ? . . ' .?!?»''.' Tl»WN-\ I i !.!.? : .\n aeii-.'J * it . j;,ou 'n- IL ' '( ,vl. . n^y.-v (,i-mvi. Loy, ihi' mid ' Vk'torhaoili;^, and . . . ' . r;-il\v:u- ? .sl:il!-in. ' . . ? ? ' t %- i .' ? V ' \. ON ?' P.*l.M -JSLA^I.i : '; .*!-?? o|^ . --(.h-:e -.ipnurs 't'hr.i 'l:a:l ii..*r -:'?-'-' 'je..:'ii t'- ll;c '. s;|tt:ntfcyt. ., ; ... . .. . ' «- _.ri . ift.* ? ' . ' »??'? -? ?* '* i. '?«' ?'- ?' .*V ' lii^ Jb* ..#' ? _...-? *_ UBriibliu-' I* not-Tcrmiti-^-wi' IVIm'Mniid, eo.ucquentty e.-.nl. are n---t allowed. ' ' ' Bui drau^ =//';'' allowed,' and t.o:i\o of the abo. l.c.vidcnts arc very ? elever player?.. ?- ?? ?;. y ? .,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

HUGHIE CONAGHAffS ? ler minus Hotel XMAS HAMPERS Telephone 354. Opposite Stanley-street Railway Station. P.O. Box 293. HAMPER No. 1. HAMPER No. 2, HAMPER No. 3 \ HAMPER No. 4 Containing 12 Bottles for £1/2/6, Containing 12 Bottles for £1/12/6, Containing 12 Bottle- for £2/2/-L Con'.air.isg 12 Bottles for £2/12/6, as follows ? *« followi:— as fcuWs:— , as follows:— 3 Bottles Ale. . ' 3 Bottles Ale. 6 Botties interstate Ale, Stout, or 5 Dc-Ulcs Lager or Bitter Ale. * R *»? qt ^ Bottles Stout . Lager. I 2 Bottles Guinness's Stout. J-- D „ , ,»? „ ?'-?'.? 2 Bottles Penfold's Port. 2 Bottles . .Gumacss's Stout. 2 Oolllcs Penfold's Port. 2 Bottles Pcnfolds Port. 2 Bottles Guinness s Stout 2 Botties Peufold's Wine. rtetil- Navy Rum. 3 Bottles Lager or Bitter Ale. 1 Bottle Navy Rum. . I Bottle Navy Rum. i Bottle French Brandy.. 1 Bottle Guinness's -Stout I Bottle Sherry or Claret I Bottle French Brandy. I Settle Best Scotch Whisky. HAMPER No. 5. HAMPER No « HAMPER No. 7. ''''T,^.^ Containin...

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OUR BRADFORD LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

OUR BRADFORD LETTER. Our special ijradl'urd fom'spwideui. writing iroui liiiirliurd on .No\cuibt;r , ^ltt states :— ^| W'ithiu the past week ue have IjaT] Eonie \-cry 'iiiti;i'iis-t 11155 dLMclojiuieuth :?. | .tii« wool te.Mile iinhialiy of this couii' tiy. The organisation ut luisinets an.. ! the finding oi' lieu- iviifitiupuvu I'lian- I iiela are of cui'ii I imnorlaiu'e willi tliv run ui niarkif priirs :nul tin; amtiiiul of turnover in anv ,^i\fii iomi;iodjt) curing some particular period. A le1/ lure ;_'heu la.-t wii'k by !iir Laurent'' Weaver ;it il:t joint tueetiiiy of t ii - * Brailioni Ti--.\tile i-ncii-ty ainl tire lorn j f-hire -ection of tlin 'iv.Ntile liistiiuti dPtenes llio ci'ii.-ulcratiiiu of eveiyuue m any way inti itfteil in the wool tev 1 lie industry, rrir Luwrenei! i» a direi: lor of tliH Lundun Press L\cli.mge, aii'i liis snbjort uai. ' Co-operati\e \dvt:rtis iiij,'' it-. api'hc.Hion SO the -wnol liici usj . try beiu^' -it -j.lt will, in a luaeteily l.ij-liion. '...

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