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THE SANE OUTLOOK. What the Merchants Say. [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 10 August 1914

THE SANE OUTLOOK. What the Merchants Say. We asked merchants for a conscientious summary of the position, explaining that there was no necessity why the building trade should suffer provided the public could be gotten to view things squarely. . We have not suppressed any ot tne replies nor altered tneir tonevin any way, auu the generally sane outlook which they convey is eloquent testimony to the high opinion held of the stability of the building trade. Since the majority, of .the views were written their .optimism has been endorsed by the cabled; information of- the North ;Sea being again free to me'r chantmen, and the indications of a sharp decisive war .with Great Britain on top as in the days of old. ? ? ? a. ?

Publication Title: Construction And Local Government Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 10 August 1914

Mr. Contractor: Can you afford to ignore the judgment of the Master Builders who have in daily use The British Eaesome Batch Coi&erete Mixer ORDERS TALK! Here is a list of names to conjure with: i ' OWEN RIDGE & SON. V McLEOD BROTHERS. FINLAY E. MUNRO. .. ?,... ^ J. C. HARRISON & SON. TURNER & LOVERIDGE. C. LIDBURY & SON. R. P. BLUNDELL. :' WILLIAM O'BRIEN. ' C. HARRS. J. & A. BROWN. : STONE & SIDDELEY. J. STIDWELL & SON. HENRY PHIPPARD. PUBLIC WORKS DEPT., N.S.W. ROBERT WALL & SONS. BROKEN HILL PROPRY. LTD. STUART BROTHERS. SOLE SUPPLIERS— CIRCULAR ©UAY EAST, SYDNEY.' MfCfP^ili Piinupnt thp FlPP '^r^ %lWh* -jww$5 IB Veil I UIB m u - \ \ ip|fe^|0fji By using ^^Tw »^H Green & Co.'s Jiff w*™?^ patent H^ |ff^-.-.&^ Fire Hydrant ^^1 ^^^T' ^W$m4 and Standard ? j C lilllfe ^)^^ Chemical Fire J ' ^^^^^^ Extinguisher yHJI' f. GREEN & COY. BRASSFOUNDERS iW^Ancl Makers of 2iin. Fire Valves, Hose Co...

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THE MANUFACTURERS. "The Most Patriotic Consideration." [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 10 August 1914

THE MANUFACTURERS. 'The Most Patriotic Consideration.' President H. E. Pratten, of the N.S.W. Chamber of Manufactures, speaking officially, said: — It cannot lie too strongly emphasised, that, with regard to food supplies and the reasonable necessaries of life of all sorts, owing to the great development of our primary and secondary industries during this last decade, Australia is self-supporting and self-contained. The high cost of living need not cause any alarm if the uusi 01 nigit living is curiauea. At this time of national crisis, everybody in all ranks of life attempt to cut off some of the extravagances of the past. Increasing unemployment is bound to be felt through the natural inclination on the part of everybody at this juncture to go slow. Speaking for the members of the Council of the New South Wales Chamber of Manufactures, the most patriotic consideration will lie given by the leaders of our secondary industries in collaborating with the powers that be in order that t...

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"BUILDING TRADE ALL RIGHT." President Williamson is Brief but Emphatic. Master Builders "Turn the Other Cheek." [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 10 August 1914

'BUILDING TRADE ALL RIGHT.' President Williamson is Brief but Emphatic. Master Builders 'Turn the Other Cheek.' Master Builders are men of action more than words, and it was characteristic of President Williamson when asked his view of the situation to be brief. 'The Building Trade is all right,' he said, 'and there is no excuse or need for panic.' From the outset the Builders' Exchange — the rendez vous of builders and the representatives of merchant houses — had none of the tense atmosphere of the city, generated for the most part by the insane scaremongering of the catch-penny section of the press. When numerous 'small depositors' were excited by 'extraordinary editions' into rushing the Savings Bank, the habitues of the Exchange played their customary lunch-hour games of draughts and dominoes. Of course, it is confessed that a temporary slackening up is inevitable, but the possibility of anything like a full stop occurring is ridiculed. The absolute constructional needs of the c...

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The War and the Building Trade A GENERALLY SANE AND OPTIMISTIC OUTLOOK Complete Dislocation Ridiculed. Temporary Set-back at the Most VIEWS OF PEOPLE WHO HAVE EVERYTHING AT STAKE. FROM THE ARCHITECTS STANDPOINT. President A. W. Anderson Comprehensively Sums Up. No Need for Pessimism. [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 10 August 1914

,....:,:?„ I .: A GENERALLY SANE AND OPTIMISTIC OUTLOOK Complete Dislocation Ridiculed. Temporary Set-back at the Most VIEWS OF PEOPLE WHO HAVE EVERYTHING AT STAKE. FROM THE ARCHITECTS1 STANDPOINT. President A. W. Anderson Comprehensively Sums Up. No Need for Pessimism. ? From President A. W. Anderson, N.S.W. Institute of Architects: — You have asked me for a conscientious opinion as to the effect of the war on the building trade of the State in general. At present there is a considerable amount of work in progress in the city and suburbs, for which we may fairly assume that the necessary materials are in stock, and by the time this is completed some definite result of the naval operations should be achieved. Should the com bined British and French Fleets be successful, I do not think that there need be any heavy falling off in the build ing trades. May we reasonably hope that the combined fleets will be successful? I think that, without being unduly boastful or prejudiced by nation...

Publication Title: Construction And Local Government Journal
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THE SCIENCE OF WAR AND COMMERCE. [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 10 August 1914

THE SCIENCE OF WAR AND COMMERCE. Life itself is a science, and war and commerce as com ponent elements, or parts, of life are, or should be, con ducted scientifically. Now in these varied elements, or parts, there are recurring crises. Some, like those of war, are more serious than others, but all are combated and their effects minimised* by scientific procedure. The interdependence of these elements, or. parts,, of life renders a crisis in one almost, if not wholly, general in its incidence. For instance, we have an accomplished crisis in war and a threatened crisis in commerce. The -slinr»l*- frimt- ic rnnninrr Hirnnrrii Hir» r»mm1inrrc nf UpUirrprptit* nations is even felt in Australia, far removed as we are from the scene of operations. We can only soften it by an application of the scientific principles of warfare in another form. ? We must, at this juncture, employ strategy in the handling of our commercial affairs, just the same as the generals are doing on the field of battl...

Publication Title: Construction And Local Government Journal
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THE PRIME MINISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 10 August 1914

THE PRIME MINISTER. In a message to the people the Prime Minister says: — The fact that the country is committed to national projects involving heavy cost demands that there shall be no stoppage of the developing energies of our people. Trade must go on as usual. Efforts should be made to increase, rather than to curtail, our national business. Not only must we proceed with our internal production and exchange, but we must encourage our oversea trade in every possible way. Let us, for the present, continue to grow and export our commodities to the old land, taking in exchange those of her manufactures which we are accustomed to import, and let us do all this in both directions and with no less zeal and in no less quantity than heretofore, manifesting thereby our absolute and unwavering confidence of the result of the great struggle in which our nation is engaged.

Publication Title: Construction And Local Government Journal
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THE WAR AND THE BUILDING TRADE. What the Merchants Say. (Continued from page 5.) "BE CALM." [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 10 August 1914

*' THE WAR' AND THE BUILDING TRADE.' ? What the Merchants Say; (Continued from page 5.) 'BE CALM.' D. Mitchell, Melbourne (advertising 'Emu'. Brand Portland Cement and Lilly dale- Lime), looks into the future: — I sincerely hope that the European War will not cause the people here to curtail building operations. There is plenty of money in Australia to keep local business -in full swing. Most of the materials used in building can be manufactured in Australia. It will be of great advan tage if the factories are kept at work. Unless the public remain calm, and have confidence in this great country, I am afraid there will be a lot of unem ployment. After the war is over I expect this country will go ahead more rapidly than ever before.

Publication Title: Construction And Local Government Journal
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"A CHECKING INFLUENCE." [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 10 August 1914

'A CHECKING INFLUENCE.' Shanks & Co., Pty. Ltd., Melbourne (Sanitary Engi neers), write: — Re War Panic, we quite expect some firms or dealers will make the most of this to their own advantage, but at present we are faced with a dearth of fittings, pipe, metal ware, etc., which means very much increased prices for existing stocks. This will doubtless have a checking influence on prospective works and possibly close' down work already in progress. In Melbourne already a 20 per cent, rise has been ? effected on copper and brass goods. We fear that business generally must get a set back from this .cause! ?

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REFERENCE INDEX To Constructionists and Supplies. ARCHITECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 10 August 1914

[?] To Constrnctionists and Suppliers. ARCHITECTS. Armstrong & Royse, Ltd., Wickham, N'castle.' Phone 106. Bishop, F. J., Peel Street., Tamworth. Blacket & Son, 5 Bond Street. City 2231. Buchanan & McKay, 375 George Street, Sydney. City 748 Board, F. J., A.I.A., Box 39, Lismore. Bowen, E. J., Record Chambers, Castlereagh St. Cit. 3700 Cardew, J. Haydon, M.Inst.C.E. (Civil Eng.), 75 Pitt St. City 6245. Cuthbert, Wm., 68% Pitt Street. City 414. Castleden, F. G., Bolton Street, Newcastle. Newcastle 335. Chapman, R. E., Dudley Street, Bondi. Cook, R., Macmillan's Chambers, Railway St., Rockdale. Cook, A. Stanton, Hoskins Buildings, Spring Street. Copeman, J. J. & Lemont, 72b King St., Syd., and B'hurst. Clamp, B., 117 Pitt Street. City 7000. Craig, P. Gordon, C/o.. Craig & Craig, Katoomba. Dakin, H. E., North Road, Gladesville. Hunter's Hill 114. Darling, T. J., 8 Spring Street. City 2586. Down, G. A., 19 Hunter Street. Elphinstone, Alex. L., Woll...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 10 August 1914

THE FIRMS MARKED IN BLACK are those Advertising on these Pages. BRICK, TILE, AND POTTERY WORKS. Australian Tesselated Tile Co., 479 Kent Street. Cen. 3514 Bakewell Bros., Ltd., Coulson St., Erskineville. New. 19. Bondi Sand-Lime Brick Co., Ltd., Bondi. Cross, G. T. (Florite), 2 Bridge Street. Dean, Hy. & Son, Stephen Street, Balmain. Balmain 455. Fowler, R., George St., Camperdown. New. 22. Federal Brick Co., Ltd., Mitchell Road, Alexandria. Also at Carlton Brick & Pottery Yard, Hurstville. Liverpool Steam Brick Co., Ltd. (Terra Cotta Lumber), 12 Castlereagh Street. City 1778. Lithgow Valley Colliery Co. (Brick & Pipe Wks.), L'gow. Mashman Bros., Ltd. Carrington Poi., Auburn. Rook. 34. Moodie, C. S., Marble & Slate Works, P'matta Rd., A'dale. N. S. Brick & Tile Co., Ltd., Herbert St., G. Hill. N.S. 222. N.S.VV. Brick & Tile Co., Huntley Street, Alexandria. Shorter, John & Co., Doulton San. Ware, 193 Clarence St. R. Saunders' St...

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THE ADVANCE IN MARINE ENGINEERING. [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 10 August 1914

THE ADVANCE IN MARINE ENGINEERING. President Denny, of the Institute of Marine Engineers, in reviewing the advance in marine engineering, said: — ' We have come then from the simple engine with jet condenser and 251b. pressure to the same engine with the surface condenser,- then to. compound engines with 601b. pressure, then to triple-expansion ' engines with 1601b. pressure, then to quadruple-; expansion engines with from 200 to 2201b. pressure, and now to turbines, with a possible development of triple or quadruple engines in combination with turbines. ? The steam turbine, especially for marine purposes/; is still in its infancy, although a very sturdy infant* it has grown to. As you all know, it owes its,' inception and development for marine purposes toi the genius, courage, and perseverance of one of your;' former presidents, Mr. Parsons. It has many ad-;' vantages, and some disadvantages, as compared',' with the ordinary engine, but that the former muchi outweigh ;the latter i...

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Movements of Engineers. ADELAIDE S.S. CO. [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 10 August 1914

Movements of Engineers. ADELAIDE S.S. CO. Alarloo. — Mr. Fletcher, chief engineer, who was oir holiday leave, rejoined on the ISth ult., and Mr. T. Thu brun, who acted as chief during Mr. Fletcher's leave, signed off on that date. 'YVarilda.'1 — Mr. T. Thubrun, who was acting chief in the 'Marloo.' resumed his old position as 2nd engineer on the 18th ult., and Mr. Story, who filled the vacancy during Mr. Thubrun's absence, signed off. Mr. Scgcrlind, 7th engineer, was relieved for'holidays by Mr. J. Cuthbert, late of the 'Nardoo,' the change taking place on the 2'-th ult. . . . ILLAWARRA AND SOUTH COAST S.N. CO., LTD. 'Merimbula.' — Messrs. A. F. Peak and A. H. Rouse. 'Eden.' — Mr. R. A. Anderson. 'Bermagui.' — Messrs. W. A. R. Douglas and Young. 'Benandra.' — Mr. C. Talbot. 'Hillmeacls.' — Mr. W. Lcfeaux. , NORTH COAST S.N. CO., LTD. 'Brundah.' — Messrs. J. Creer, H. Chapman and E. Kerkin. 'Burringbar.'— Messrs. C. McVey, R. McAlpine and H. J. Andrews. 'Canonbar.' — Messrs. W. Ander...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 10 August 1914

K BECAUSE OF ITS ABUNDANT LUBRICANT I 'PALMETTO' PACKING ? Is justly celebrated for its lonjr life in service. Rod . H friction is reduced to the lowest point. Send for a free H working sample and see what a well lubricated packing B AUSTRALIA M Mkmioitkkk, TIiok. McPIiwhoii & Son Sidney, - - J. Blnckwood&Son.Lti). H ' JolinDnnkH&Soii.Prop Ltd. ' - Wm. Adams -J:Co , Llcl. |H ' Win. Adanu-& i o , I ,t-l. ' . ? A J. Lawienco jeflo H Adklaidk, rims.AtkiiiH&C....Lt(l. NirsvcABn-K, - N S W..Pfuil&Gruv.I/cl. H Pkutii, - - Unlle & Co. nn:snANK, - Wm. AdniP8-S:Co.,Mil. H NEW 2FALAND ' ' Sincllio & G-. ?f noKiaiM. - - A.&T. Hurt, I,td. H Accklisp. - ' ' ' ?' TASMANIA 1 Weujvoton. EmpIrpQH fii . Ltd. Hoiuiit. - - t'lmrlcH DnvK Ltd. ?j Cii]ii!iTCi!ur.cii,M:i-nuNtiiit!icnu-Rii.Ltd. i..\unc]»ti-.v, Sjli»lniry'ii Foy.Co. Ltd. I GREENE, T W EE D & C O . Manufacfurers H NEW YORK : -«^^^Mtej^'3 'Stanley' Solid Woven Cott...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 10 August 1914

i . . ^r^ i§ -^ Expanding Type. Block Type. Automatic Type. LOOK FOR THE THIN RED LINE WHICH RUNS THROUGH ALL GENUINE 'LION' PACKINGS. WRITE FOR FULL PARTICULARS TO \ SOLE AUSTRALIAN ACENTS: j SYDNEY: 175 Clarenco-strcet. MELBOURNE: 612-616 Colllns-stroet. BRISBANE: 87 Eagle-strcot. V— — ? ' The 'Australasian Engineer' is issued monthly. We can prove we have a larger list of subscribers than any other Engineering. Journal in Australia. Wo are -?'?? ^^==:==:=^--^ DIRECT ^iJ^rvSpRT?5^ IMPORTERS, /^?§^^^m\- AND HAVE FOR //lW^lDA^\^A SALE ? // O/7^ ^5— ^ V-Sv-v\ ISIIS-e80^ ifeff ENGINE \g^ SKS1 S CYLINDER g ( ETXlllt: «\\MACHJN&fe| Bearing Metals, \\ -rf»)\ ^\ * ? *-» // ® If Rolled and Cast Vv%^ OSL^- SyS^/f Zinc Plates, Al- \, ^yfe^T ^^tZ^&f Af bany Compound v^^W^^— =:avV* y^^ Engine and Cylln- N^r'O'/nN V^^ der Oils, Soft Soap -5^VUIV\^^ and Burning Oils. ^^SS^ussS5'^ J. Blackwood & Son, Ltd. Steamship & Engineers* Furnishers 86 & 88 Sussex Str...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 10 August 1914

aw M I RRORWYT ^w THE best subslilnlc Tor White Lead. Covers 33'j per cent, man surface, is non-poisonous, is u better color mid guaranteed It last quite as loin! as White Lead. Price 34/- per cwt. Special quotations for quantities. Sena for Free Sample. H. & W. GREAR 287-289 CLARENCE STREET, SYDNEY ?' John Lysaght Ltd. MAKERS OF 'ORB' BRAND CORRUGATED IRON, AND 'QUEEN'S HEAD' BRAND OF PLAIN IRON. Every Sheet Guaranteed. HANNA8VTS LIMITED BATH HEATERS, Water Heaters for Lavatory Basins and Sinks, Sterilising Plant, Operating Appliances, Dis tillation Plant, 'Subterlite' new system of electric lighting for Shop Windows, Offices, Desks, Banks, etc.; 'Sunlight' Petrol Air-Gasmaking Plant; Ventilating Apparatus; ? Water Filters. Factory and Showrooms: 134 Castlereagh Street, Sydney. Good Roads Mean Prosperous Districts. ' ? Make the Good Road with the Sole Agent : F. A. WINTER, 94 Pitt Street 1 Telephone 309 Glebe. | BRAMWELL & VBNCENT, Brick-Making Machinery a Specialit...

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"THE LINE OF BATTLE." A Masterly Conception, Emphasising the Destructive Phases of Engineering. [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 10 August 1914

'THE LINE OF BATTLE.' A Masterly Conception, Emphasising the Destructive Phases of Engineering. ,„„,, j. .. This picture has been given more than usual importance by the recent determination of the ?' ' Admiralty that the great battleships of the Dreadnought class were at the mercy of both submarines ,- '''\ ' and aeroplanes. It is proof positive of the evolutionary process of engineering as a destructive ? ,:. ''? ? ?''.' ' ? .' factor and the limitless scope of its possibilities. But there are the peace victories of the science ? ? v,-'* .. --j '.; ,s . none the less renowned than those of an offensive tendency. The Panama Canal supplies the most ~',V. 'V. . ^ remarkable of recent times, and the Engineer is seeking further and equally great exemplifications of his commanding lead in the affairs of the world.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 10 August 1914

Asbestos Sheets and Slates (Speaker's Eternit Brand) FOR CEILINGS AND PARTITIONS. Ask tor Samples and Particulars from the Sole Agents JOHN SANDERSON & CO.. 46 Young Street. Sydney. H. E. GAR RAW AY, PLAN Bluc Printsf Black and White Prints rnnvi%if and Sepia Prints (from original tUFIlNb drawings). PLANS of any length of every in one piece printed by the newest description Electric Light Continuous Method in by latest methods. any weather. Established 1897. Queensland Offices : 18 Bridge Street, Tel. City 183. SYDNEY. (Established 1875.) F. ASH WIN & CO.. The Old Original Firm. Stained Glass Windows, Lead Lights and Embossed Glass. Studio and Works: 83 Commonwealth Street, SYDNEY. Near rear of Mark Foys. Telephone: City 2011 WORKS MILLWALL, LONDON. WIRE ROPES ONLY. Depot-331 & 333 KENT St.. SYDNEY. HARRY E. FARMER. Manager. Grant & Cocks, Ltd. PLASTIC ART CEILINGS AND CORNICES. RUSTIC ROCKERY WORK. REINFORCED CONCRETE. Bourke Street, Waterloo. Tel., ...

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REGISTRATION. ENGINEERS AND ARCHITECTS IN N.S.W. How the Premier Views It. [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 10 August 1914

REGISTRATION. : ENGINEERS AND ARCHITECTS IN N.S.W. I How the Premier Views It. j The legislative backwardness of N.S.W. in the jthings that matter is to be partially atoned for by ithe registration of engineers and. architects. So inuich is suggested by the fact of the Government jhaving recently summoned a conference of repre jsentatives of the Engineering Association, the Insti tute of Local Government Engineers of Australasia, ;nnd th'fi Tnsritntp nf Arnhirpcts, tn rlisruss a nrnnnspri .measure with the Director-General of Works. In dications are that the Government is serious in the matter, and that the measure will be introduced as ;soon as prepared. When that will be is apparently i dependent on the assistance rendered by the various ^professional institutions ; and it. can be safely- said that they will expedite the passing of the reform by i every possible means. ' \ .;, . Both Labor and Liberal administrations have been prolific in promises regarding this question of regist...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Construction and Local Government Journal — 10 August 1914

A SUPERIOR ENAMEL ? FOR INTERIOR 8c EXTERIOR DECORATING Wholesale from — A. I G. BORTHWICK, Sydney STEEL SASHES AND CASEMENTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Manufactured by Dobson, Franks, Ltd. 'Phone, 4048 Central. 13 MOORE ST. WORKS: Bangor Steel Window Works, Lachlan Street, Waterloo. Everything in Ironwork Quickly Turned Out _ _ ._ ____ ENGINEERS AND IRONWORKERS, Wilmot Street, ? Sydney Telephone 2506 City. j The Doiilf on Mark On Sanitary Ware or Art Pottery means that years of experiment, as well as success, and one of the most famous reputations in the world, are behind it. JOHN SHORTER & CO., Australasian Agents for Doulton, Earthenware, Art Pottery, and Sanitary Ware, 193 CLARENCE STREET, SYDNEY. Supplied on shortest notice Timber Merchant, box 115 NEWCASTLE. 'Phone: 718 Glebe, 316 Redfern. F. DICKIN Manufacturer of High-class Furniture, Wood Mantels. Fitments, etc., Factory and Showrooms: BUCKLAND STREET, off GEORGE STREET WEST, SYDNEY. Glebe 447. . WW1. STALEY & CO...

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