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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 15 July 1876

THE QUEENSLAND - NATIONAL BAM jaMTTED. ' CAPITAL, £500,000. {With Powxr to Inokease to Onk Mihjon). Subscribed Capital, £500,000. * * -'-pjkiir scyitlArniAL, £250,000. ■: - - : - . . " HEAD OFFICE: BRISBANE. BRANCHES. Beonleigli Charters Towers Oooktown v - DaJby ^Qyn^pie •Ipswich.*. "Warwick -Taudto MMyborougli Millchester ■Boclduuiipton Roma Stanthorpe: Toowoomba Townsville.. Maytown AGENTS In IiiHidois,. New South Wales, Victoria, SouthAxisfcralia, WesternAiistra-. ■* lia, New'Zfealand, ^Tasmania, New Tod:, 13ak Francisco, India, and tlie East. THE ROMA BRANCH ®F the aboveBankgrants Drafte/negociates ^ and collfeets Bills ol Exchange on any. of the sbore-iiamed Braiiches and ' Agents, and transacts eveiy description of Banking Business. * Intfliwd-. allowed on Fixed Deposits for Three, - and'Twelve Months, at current rates. ' 2 ^Manager. TAMBO. HHB QUEE5?BIiA2?X) NATIONAL BANK UBITED.' A BRANCH of ttua Banlt la now open at TAMBO ( ~t\- for the transaction of ail usual Banking Bus...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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The Western Star. ROMA, SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1876. LATEST INTELLIGENCE ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 15 July 1876

>. ROMA, SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1876. f LATEST ISTELLIGmCE frtae 1st] j Advices have beea. received taat toe ar rivals of -wool for tbeJone aeties of males was 407,100 bak4 of which 99,798 bales were al ready catalogued. / fthe opening sates were markedfop eostsdcr ^eJbujgpttr^pri^cotoparedTjihiiieAiiril^ ; May series Mr a demise ranging from 15 to 2Q jjercenfc. He attendance of bameand foi^almyers *88 modetai^j I«ge. . . Dr. Feafiieratonejihe Agent-Geaetal fbr S"ew jfealnnd> is^dead. r * V-'J ?. ^ ^ y r;.:nV;

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 15 July 1876

MARRIED.—On the 25th April, at Merrylee, Cathcart, near Glasgow, by the Rev. D. F. A. Grahame, M.A., Oxon, George Owen Lyon,         youngest son of the late Rev. Charles Lyon,   D.D. St. Andrew's, to Kate, fourth daugh- ter of Thomas Hill, Esq., of Merrylee.           

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 22 July 1876

«WAED. •• - "VVfStockholders in the t ■; W .Maranoa District, having formed ourselves 1 ^ SntojmAssodationfor the SUPPRESSION of aSHEKPand CATTLE STEALING, jiteteT>y.eflfer; a .4) jStewMd^jSf »-OitE HONORED'-POON DS • to any - " Sniecribera) givingwach informa ; J. i^Gu^.jinU lead l&e..C(mvicfcion ""j person <& persons Stealing Sheep or Cattle from any of -onr Huns orPaddocks.. AnyPersonlaying claim to the above fie ward must senddae noface ofaame to the Secretary -within fourteen days after, a convictiwi .has been ; <>btained, otiherwiBe M<i clBim wDl not be enter tained. Jc^ S^bd$B6n, j>ro Scottish Australian Invest ment -Company. ' - Jonathan Mliean. -. JamefSador. - ■ "■/'"% ;- ■ •J. T*«iR>iTfian Andrews, ^ro Mylneand Ca. . . . Jflengjes,, PouglaB, and Co. - ■fL W. Stuart, jpro MoreyandMitcbelL. SiauyG. Sscoe. i: j£Ui0t^ Xiethbtidge,«ndX3£ott.^ r;-; . 33bdgBpn,&amBay, andllut. ' ^ydneyKPraser.^ M^w^thanSBmyth.....

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AN AMERICAN ON THE INDIAN ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 22 July 1876

ci Chicagopapers publish«letter from Geaoni Forsyth. to General Sheridan, -written from 11ndian where the formerbas been Wafcinga tone. <<3enertil mat ters the CUtverpji^l Vise and libteral ' policy;^' 4ad1 dpj^^o^,thaA, within a-rBftebnaHlS jnjpu$e' affile to educate1 their^tiljdren jM jtie ,public.post, as it iB nirar 1 clone in 'America. A smallj-tax is now assessed, m ^^n. provinfieSj for jaiftintaining %ifi>6lsV toi3,iJ£n 'the ptprince of Bengal, a simple plan of primary insfeiction-has been started in every district. In all the B?ita&'provincas this ^tteco^educatingthenativesisjfeewving the serious attention*) of jthe^jGovernmentj^ and al jfcb overcome ihe ideas of ' caste,' it ia slowly &in|jtidtie; and the public schdolal j&B railtTOyB^ thetrainwjayB, and th^ JBible wiB'^JluistianizeAs for. the army, it is in gtiod^cpflditibB^^ .xrau drilled, finely djscipliijedj JaM'^wfiif wmmanded; but this,-'Irf: course;r'"will' foifepait" ...

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THE WESTERN RAILWAY. (From the Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 22 July 1876

.v l. /JhMriU : u] •; ev"''H Whatever -Gpjnioh tlw pubHc ihay.tqH as i#;j tthe^enti^ railway.lines; which we havu iatyijr, been pressed'to consfcratft,. it is-J probable'that -thegreat majority willigree withk ■us' -in; that" the extension; of our Western line is by far the most important x>f the Works which 'keteeatpreseiit called upon to under take..'. By ffie poijsfani^tion of .this line we are' not merely increasing-5the : profits of . producers' by reducing t&eTO^ofc^ Ranging them into, easy communication with their !cna£ tomers- we arts ^certainly - ^Loing 'this for. the' inhaBitantsa pf thV western districts.; bat we are at the same time^doinga far greater work: yre ftre extending andincreaaingthe. area of the colony, wlqcii is Our pibheer settlers are now' established riot;very. far. from. our'westem boundaiy, aad as the ^is-" tance to' ^hicTi'lhey caH^ penetrate intd the interior appears^ to be liiaited only by the dis tance from their base of supplies, _ it is n...

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PAUL PRY'S TRIP-ON THE WESTERN ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 22 July 1876

paul fe-oii the western i" -rs "dbyaj?. ■; -• :: Beforecqntintmigmyj^urney, I have to make the arh&nde honorable to the several parties whom fiat^ or Cobb and Co. riiave placed At the Various stations on the road, whether to look after the. horses, or to administer to the comforts (?) of the passengers; . Of course, as T was' asleep until I reached thedinner corner" at Lonergan'rS, ;J can say nothing about the way in which Cobb and Co. and the public are served in the interim ; but, I hear, on all.hands, and 1 take it for granted^' that Cobb and Co. are well served at - all titie stations, and if the public are not BO,,that is the fault of circumstances, and not of in dividuals. '• .1 -~.\L : ^Arrived at Iionergan's (Wombo 12»mile), 'I found *-a cosy little cottage, containing sitting rooms and sleeping Tobms that many a road-side inn might envy and imitate; and, should -fate decree that l ihould ever have to make a halt on the easterttjportion of :the western road I shall m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 22 July 1876

h It hasj>een. said by an eminent Medical R»6 Mtiiiw'in.lJw.Orleansji &giv« ^ supply bf WESTON'a j^izAJap Quand^ I -will go <hK>ugh the> Wo^'tod cm^'^Uihe di& eases the human subject is heor to.*" Be tbis ;a& it may,itis an^ famy pmuderful cures have been effected b$"tke&'justly eelebraled medicines. For Headache, :wheiiher. sick oirnervrrua flitheui^tism^^ and WaaJcfteiM inthe Bayk, ,'6pme, "qe . Jgjdoeya,A ; 'Utie JqbSW'PainB iniiKeL.BoweU^tffid^oi^^»«t-> . youa'awl-Jn^iunT^ajyyy ja^ea aftd-paira, W«a^ , Oil And Magic Pills will aflRrtd/im-! d^yu i&ilfeffect a perfect cure.—AiJT*. A Priceless Blessing. —Health li a prioeless blessing, MonanAB woald barter iJieir thfoaea Ao i possess it, tnillibiiaire3 surrender their treasures .ia i exchange lor it, Unforfcunatety, itjs «ffcen pn-N attainable. But tfttt It la'pot' t^s^d.t^r&ioli.of ,nervou3 invalids, dyspeptic and raeumatib aiifferera, the viotime of intermitte...

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MASSACRE OF A SHIP'S CREW AT THE SOLOMON ISLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 22 July 1876

MASSACEE' OFj "A -SHIP'S -OBE\y AT THE ISLANDS.? V- ~f = • The schooner Dancing Wave, owned by Mr. If... F. " Yates, of this city, amyed, ,.liere! to-day , (pays :the;: Sydncv Jifoenirig 'Neios, V July- ,.4)... from , the. Softolnon li&iiids, in chfijrge of Sir.' Davis, I tjipnie&y] ,£hief-'inate of^the barque Sydney, the whole of'the 'dancing Wave's crew, er^pting one. iaving bepa massacred.,/Erom jfcg-nairatiys-of'J&ry Davis,,it, Wjiplgafca Diifiaeuig Wave left Sydney oa the 22nd. March; /.destined on a pearl-shell .fishings voyage to ^JToiraa^sStraitejj calling* at the Solomon JilMSfi£<Jr-nativea 'Hie Bchooner was in charge <»f Cnptaip EKmsou,jWr. «jf,-JDace r^eing ?^DaniljBr0«i£DB^ Pi^wholson, ■atiS G \Fh6tn pso'n,1 "being seamen, all; of, urhom have been brutaUymaesacied. r~7~ ' - "The Dancing Wavp ^reached Makira in charge of Captain Arlhm' Hamson, after a good voyage of ten days, having , left Sydney .-<HPr tb& ...

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The Western Star. ROMA SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 22 July 1876

: „ =■ ... . . . * : — r B0MA* skrOBDAX, 2S^|l83«. _ ' .V ** •• £? ' ~ I-Theeezs baiJi^ie doabfc tisst a dissoiiniatt is j t pending. &r cite |n»jiinu' «f - peat5eE"3S":i^i3fj ihsa. -wiiisflat ii there *ip Jxt jio fcudiBgl : Wrmcfaral gn?wtii in bt-faniil tb Ife laapnu ' jfclj. 4tmI tw troth ifc& jjantiemm j I hSe MStStZTlefi: the cotmcj- moft &at into 1 i *ididi<iie present <b» seem indined to ptmige; ! it. jnS% mest -alwHfai% Mr. Fusee's | le^fotc infill of ^v liaod. We do [not say jislllie Kite aT s&ss is — | [bat there, is great room for' donfat and: i" »Bneiy. V- t -i 'i - '•* ! We have bow before ns a tsleiablj dear if f«3t iKKwaBitire acetjcmt of zfeazi p>ihiea] 1 ereofe. It is quite certain Mr JInt Kisr te^Bg 'aS^nwl lijfi.socaal pcatikm lie j jBTRaied by ids tenure of oSce, -was not die [ posed to lace SeiisesiUr vi%se^i deS | cseoor rf ffif tixiteaid poobd^ and Voles I onprOTided for to a larger extent- It is ■ dear ...

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ROMA POLICE COUNT. Saturday, July 15. (Before the Police Magistrate.) LUNACY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 22 July 1876

July 15. Magistrate.) , •wasbroo^tjmjm remand, used withbem&of nnsoond. ^ —~W~ tife Bench X*r3e»<l i-i?-;l ' VjSiil to1iciiti|fe;ty -Amxsn. Botft^ckfor almdmnd timber lu^Ji^Vas ^granted. . ,-f -t \ ■■■; • "^esday,J«ly 18. ... /. ••"• MMSHMt W^p^ttkv i <* " •' John ForiV "wu'cha^^'^^i.liUegafi^dstaining , fifcgcc ^rai>^ta4^daEL vo wnea. ' pendant. • , • , . .. — —.—r ■■■■■■■ii wuuomi.i A1)Ollt Tuflfl ilioiiiihs ■'• iioii^<«M»tjjtfi^-'M^'tKl>v^rrtnimWlrgr' V£D^ 'to tte ..._ ^ifeaitke i»asrart*«Jlpfe<!Ee& jit ^-^*83jum t he told me "that' ha **» -11 vj-.-JiA in ■ gun along with all his other of,white* "* " "' "' Midale he (the gonmaker) wks. ^liud.liE wianlA advise xiefend-, - ■ ■ — -a---—™ in»y:thiB was said in the presence VX «Bfi of ^..^aidsmeii. op. Wednesday,) Mid 'tUe trian* died '6 few days after ;I.ha#e: .since 'toted defendant for thejgun, bafchfe denied- (having it, or - knowing anything about it ' ■ . j _ Jo^ ...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE PERELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. BRISBANE. Tuesday, July. 18, [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 22 July 1876

; LATEST lOTELLtGpfCE. , e&B-ecBantic TBr&a&AriL BRISBANE. Tuesday^ Jjaly. 18, Mr. Hemmani left for Europe yesterday. Thft debate on the want of' confidence mcK tion was/resumed lastmglft by MjvBoxacott, who spoke strongly^ against Ministry. - Mr. Tyrrel moved an amendment t£>; the effect " that the present state of the cooniary demands that public works should be. pro ceeded with." He was supported by .Mr.' Morgan. * ' Mr. Eryar criticised the policy of the late and present Ministry, and declined to state how he would vote. Mr. Macrossan followed in an able speech, denouncing the appointments of M&calister and Mean, and cftatging the Attorney-Gene nal and others with jgecoring Mr. TTodgkin son's vote by improper means. He stated that the offer of a portfolio had been made to him. " After a rather. ac^unonicrasdiscnssion the house adjourned. •, Wednesday, July 19. . ; On &e resumption of the derate Messrs. Graham and De Satge urged both-gti...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 22 July 1876

H*»i *xn3e In^e mJLodMagedT drays Jgagh Exie-nahmi jDot^sinjRadciB and &^^Bpf«£oo^«nkz. _ ». • -■• Bk^^iayc^»^lfawhw)g^ ""*" * MuMM,, fe tibeeeosn^iteBi^Cka^d^ ai'mfc " """ " """ friends <£• the yaoii^be ■ tee« beii^j* lee^960SBBE«e3Sliii™fe5

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IPSWICH. Tuesday, July 18. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 22 July 1876

Tuesday, Jnly 18. i .: A ^fltttemae^^Kil iheid fast mghfcto ■ ixnader^preseDt political atoatioo. Be— solniionB in &tdbt of t2te Gowuuaeatwre -carried by & ]sge majorHy.

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PARLIAMENT. (From the Courier of the 13th July.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 22 July 1876

| v V' ^ C^urier of the lSth July.) 1 When the-sitting of fch4 ^Legislative Assembly . commenced yestewj^y, evidences were notwantr ing in tiie*^ell-fi|led beaclies .a&dtbe iook of es - ^Jiecaiatticy betrayal by -honourable members that the vtrndHEto of^lhe day would be of nnueual interest. The galleries werecrowded with visiT tors. Someformal business havingbeen disposed , of, the several members of the Government obtained leave to introduce thesevenpublic bills of which they had previouslygiven notice. Two motions for withdrawal of the schedules of pro posed resumptions from runs in the Western .railway reserve, and aiaoof rnns'optBide the, Umita of that reserve, were next-passed, after | Bome diBcnsfflon raised on a pointof Order by the Speaker. The .house was in no humoufc for tech-' nicaJities, JbowBVeiysnd the motions were soon agreed to without dissent ;. A i^otuju tor return of expenditure in the Eoads, ' department con- : dudod the formal business of the. day. Mr. M...

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MARY BOROUGH. Thursday, July 20. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 22 July 1876

Tbni»3aj,Jaly20. -Mr. Wj ELMoBsmaxi,' of the Roods depart ment, died this nK>rnmg fcam ctmgRsfcmn of

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MITCHELL. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 22 July 1876

MITCHELL. ; l^F^M ^OT «W JOOBSUESK)JTOBNT. ] .-,.1: -B66'pro^edinCT.of the.; e Burenda townEaa, givehJ • * liewuitaf^;: jfeodxic-. * twh wSi^app^ad inyour ifce 1st :' inai^k'^B^ in s* ; ■ inajftgr spch W j^e .ons . rrfeEted to iB stire: to be whoi ,s By^npathjBftwith en A: qnsstiflnable ^roceediigsv as.the r|nBtljrdeBigna<^ 'B»irei^ ®3wrdyB were : goilty tjf ion i^ ofecafflflii of'they: late yifcit to ; IffifobeHpand ;th& caj^ kppeara Vo .fitthe"indi-; : v£daai> ^o 'Las^taken . liia; pen .jfco defend them. . . . ••••'•7 "•;.1'"'•* -'• --'•-—— - ©niihe ^EbT13&io, Mr. Henry O'Brien ; Wilson passed' through with a very, ftnelot of bulls B^ parebred liwefs V the latter Mr.' WilT. son lias aisposedof, at, I hear,, hi^f«p^ces. . , jMr.-JL WJStaiart, ^ Mr. WMplu^haLng the •purchasers. A more even and perfect lot than the heifers in question is not often seen even "in- the 'beat herds in Aus tralia. They are from the well-known herd of "Mr. Chanvei, of Tabufam,...

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MAYTOWN. Monday, July 17. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 22 July 1876

i v - ■* - -\r MATTOWH. Miraid&y, July XT. , e TTifi f/ya]/Tp<JiTng: nf tw£pjky-three we«B to d$te, by a,fce&sfcattipra* battery, has beat 2311 tonS; yielding 71l5 oances. ■ • • C AWidjtdfrvnt Hut Comer.) ^CpOKTW*^ 1t Gl rijlfTllJI i» I »itfiliftMmg'•frinm Hie a^iuiaii£pt snlirmtted tejiHe {}reat Povas for a p"^* irfntiwi to & EwteH Qnestaon.' - ; news received by cablegrams previous to his.depr | tore reported e>w|Uuiig MqmA and.peacefal it Europe, afl differences fcavii^lteenlHoiigbtiafidly io a set&mo^ tisDQ^i the nf ftg Soltaiu - ■- t * " ' t Tlifc Briushaqiwdnm vis vdoed'tb Rodezram in Bessxka Biy, more imiWiatdj la. ci miiwiion. with the onfeage at SJomia, and tibe yiackt dt H.TLB". the- poke of J3dmbtngh as C^aiB-Cont maafeig H.M. wmffail RnTfanJ ms ferfhw his rinnffyafc .to ike nakof s& Admin], and i barejoo warfike aspect. ■I ■r Losdos, May 25,— Ifc is expected &at in esnse qneaceof t^.jemsal GwhuimbMo 1 cfecnr i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 22 July 1876

k v TOOVFOOMBA. •».. r .. _.r .-C-* '•* . 'X THRES)AY^3a» ATJGBST, 3£% ■•■ •- v ■:■. ASSTJALEAM&AL2L ' V." ^ , ' ' J aiiitmm fnm. fee propoesorE « tSas'isi-; lenwXtadstf Dmt StiCTWH,' m, Juwtc, | ZotTiu^ J(«n£uj, sal Qusisara Bni- j to M& % jatbSe aaketian, -*t tterYarfs «€ &e< Society, ■ «a <te a&oatid «? flbe ,Sbo*c fir.., A jasatber «£ dn« STOP sad fWCE - ■- - SAMS, sspea&j- veirieii far «ffcii»li<g *#4-ss6l&r„ *■ -. -J" ^j U*. firawWj ww&batir mraie* - onAaRn to -irftwrf fte RhnB aaaa fiwpfirt tar fii n—.Tn«, fee . &ds £Mn itiHi ibe? tx& htxstg jewst mom$& ssfser by aS iraafera; feai^wat &£ fffaj - j. -* V ' JAMES W- G3HMR8, u'." Awtiooeee. £JB.—Safe jar, Thwto, 3d Acgeetj earn* ■amy«tIL«iVa>A*iit>. 9 BTATIOKAL AGRICUhTtlRAL ASB ESDCS TRfAT, ASSOCIATIOX OF QUEKXSLAXIX The Qawafaifl bSonioBal JEattfiiMi cf dqi. Ibfziea Jar lire S&tosk sad WoaL tSp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 22 July 1876

THE QUEENSLAND NATIONAL BAM LIMITED. & ~ - CAPITAL, £500,000. ^(With PowsfctO &Cbe4sr -To One Ibcuoir). ^-SnjKcaiBfcD.CAPiTAi., £500,4)00. : ' " Jr_ ; v Paid up CapitaIj £250,000. „ "BEAD OFFICE; BRISBANE. BRANCHES. - /• Beenleigh - Charters Towers , Cooktown Dalby Gympie Ipswidi, " Warwick Tambo AGENTS it ^ctona, .Jia,Nei San"" Maryborough MillclieBter Ttockhampton Roma Stonihorpe _ Toowoomba Townsville. Maytown rewSoath Wales, ^Australia, Western Ansfea ,; Tasmania; New York, Jndia^andthe East. • THE JB,0MA BRANCH jf~kF.the Aboye Bank grants I>raf£s, negociatea " and collecte_BiIls of Exchange on any of TirancTies and Agwnta, anil "ptxomof BanlringJkiBmesa.' .andT^lyeMonlhs, ai current rates/^T?-' V -j;* C O BB & C O. ' S r' •- lEEBGKATH ilNE OF : ROYALMAIL ©OACfiESL QUEENSLAND BRANCH. , Jff<B9d Office i ALberfc-siaceet, Brisbane. -. ■ ; Vlitui COACHES of the above Ime mll fi-TJIST asfoflows until further notice From Daisy toXJoNDAMiNE and Rom...

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