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"BRADFORD'S CHEERFUL." [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

"BRAPPQKP'S CHJSBRFUJy," H is giiilu »ivli|i)i)l Unit Mm Vnrli #)|||'U rill'l !»»»' lllit t'lUTi'ill mm S(t|! lllill I'Hllll) It) lill Mlill, W'Im'II Willi WW'n rimunuitj I hit* wimiK, (ij)lilllMl lllllll lllu'lUliii i'S nil lilt M l) lM'lii' >'|ll WlHH lllol NWtIv, uii'l suI urn } iiIt il ill' III" IliHlll'fl J'l'illl 'ill'I' III'' '»|KII liiji ui 1)111 fi"'"ini iiiiii "i iii" \w'"i.i\ ei'ii'Min. Hu 11 I1.1 \ 1' In i ii I nily )l) jmr ru||!, |l 1111Vr III'' I 1111 lljM ill il II pi ' I'll .1 11 ' I I I 1 I " I III I I,|.".-I'.S l)( lilt) ui 11 I'll's iiM-'liiiiu unit iiifrili^ jjuiM'l Ij'l lllll'i., I Iii'I VTlr I'll llll'll) III) ||)|ll 'tl rI' I'', |li' I III): II | ? till' lll'I'l . Will! I I In .-'I'l'li II lilll illl'l l>'|Ulllly mill'll'l! 111 ^ H 111 III willli i' i'l|j!J)Hi>l*l I# jn>l)ii> cull hi iiijimiiiiiiiinn In inli!| MhfM1 Hi lllll|! ' I in I Mil, lllill I'lHI |||I fiy|j> »i|| lllill f 1 (S i 1*I I'll' l'i uil'l (M'l III »l l'll!!'l jj''ll!'|) , I'l...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Market Mirror WOOL. A HARDENING MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

The Market Mirror -.a WOOL. A HARDENING MARKET." As was to 1)0 expected, the im proved tone hint week wan more than maintained, when sales were opened on Monday hint. (Jonij)etition wiih , spirited and more, general. The con tinental section that gave signs of re newed activity last week, returned to more or less their old form, when all suitable linen were catalogued thin week. Fortunately, the wcek» busi ness was opened with a good selec tion, inc'udiiig an excellent showing of New England and Southern wools; backed up on the following day also with some choice lines from the northern and southern tablelands. Competition was particularly keen for live grades, and some high prices were secured for extra super lots. The improvement, however, was more pronounced on medium wools than on lines suitable for American require ments. It is on the serviceable wools tnat have shown the greatest appre ciation; owing to America not show ing such Keenness as was looked for from that quarter. Th...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Noxious Weeds. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

Noxious Weeds. What should ho good news to some councila was reported by the Engi neer to Wingadeo Council, lie suid that ho had noticed a disease was killing the Bathnrst, burr on some of tin? stock routes. It appeared to hi in to he a fungus ur Might. The Works |)«'partiiient, wrote to the Tuniarang CouneiJ, declining tho reijiii'Ht of the Couiii'il to make tho minimum penalty of for in fringement of t ho No.vioud Weed# A»t, lMpt>-m<tlH»K J'hinl, liliie Mountains shire Council urn well Nilii'llrd will) their pipe-milking plant. I .it'it year it was worked lor .I'J du.vit) and iiiniIt> Jul/ piiie» of linnorled oi/eii, eohlinjj t.'llki l»s l')i|, 'I'll lilU'elHimi 1 |ii< piped tliev would liuve pin.I i.ail I <». I. 'I'lllb dIIOWK it net prolji hi oiei r pr'^, ami I lie Cutllieil eoiioldi'i ' It In*;: it la<U»iy I'lltM oi pi|ie, , CltBlilu t nllMi'll llllf» llpp| o\ei| ol I III) ftH' iliti ulljeh'iil ilrulmwn i>( lilt) iMWih »t>...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Association Doings THE R.W.U. CLAIMS. Discussed by Branches. WALMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

b. Association. IDtoiags THE R.W.U. CLAIMS. Discussed by Branches. WALMER. Wulnier branch ban recorded the opinion that "the eight-hour day sys tem is not at all applicable to the farming industry. as that industry is HO dependent upon weather condi tions, and it is absolutely necessary for the farmer to make the most ot every opportunity." "That payment of harvest hands per day, rather than week, an pro posed, haw worked satisfactorily in the past, and should not be altered. "That 2r>H per week for plough men .and drill drivers, and. 2<)s per week and found f6r oth«rperi»ane!it hands, is a junt wage under present condi "Taking the lirHt motion," writes Mr. Job, the secretary, "the following art! a few of the reasons why the proposals of the K.YV.U. are imprac ticable: "As everyone knows, all larin P1'0* dvice is perishable. while the several operations of harvesting, etc., remain uncompleted, and the mere lact ot the ll.YV.U. demanding that all work must cease at 4 p....

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

fjmpwww" «" MM® w.itm WMhli ij iii. i. ? >ihif) Mpm iiu I'iHi Ki y,')m tuiti l i I ! I I I 11 I I I I I H I ' ! | WfWfJ.'i y/i i in- I'lW IWIJjllt/M 'it tin, 11 1 ? i.iill'n h))i0ti} i (if)l'i'ill h>I, |i''"'I I.'I Ifi/'I ulill'iM'l IIWDfl, t'lHiul IliiiiiitihiHh, HlljnWW' ii> it-Mff - i! tomvl mj»i thtwhi IIrh i Afiimwl ikiimwti ilml h/ (min HHiki Milling Mm mm ijMJ', ilHlli*' MMil'B, MWJ IM' ffomvl Wnt'lt mi Wlmi iuMJiti JiiJ' tfmimib mi'h; iihmli *umf MM IWi» IW*> hl'tifi hum mill Mum: lift ill'/, n> ' If-H h'/fHU-'V fattt'00 WJ/jif M/iimH ' iI/»" urn HmiUf'vhinn UiH'orfiuHhuil flnnniintwihi'fwh wHMiiimwiiMMiiniwii "I ii i

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
UNDERBANK. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

UNDERBANIC. At n, specinI ninoting of thin branch il/ WII.h resolved : " Thai/ we utterly oppose any in terference with a farmer and liiH family in any way, on the grounds that any outside interference Im>;i P^'w the ell'orts of the whole family" J.hat wo oppose tho division of any farm labour under separate heads with dillerent scales of payment, an on mixed lornis the work may vary every hour." ' . " I'hat wo oppose tho abolition of child labour during school years on tiie grounds that tho present school regulations would on those condi tions debar children from learning to milk, or begin" their knowledge of farm duties, until after tho age of 14 years, which we believe would be harmful to tho children in many ways, but we favour limited work, to prevent overworking of State chil dren." "That a public meeting of all far mers in the district be held at Un derbank' on the 8th of February next, at the termination of our usual meet ing." Jn transmitting tiie report the secretary. M...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL GOVERNMENT ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

LOCAL GOVERNMENT ELECTIONS. The following arc the results to liana at time ol going to press : - Shires. ABERCUOMBIE.-II. Morntosli, A, J, Brownlow, H, H, Hackney, N. Wilson, J. Barnes, and J. J. McPhee. ADJUNGBJ^LY.-J. J. Grubb, W. A. Robinson, T. Armytagc, H. Car berry, VV. Edwards, and J. McTner* ney. AMAROO.-W. Black, W. R. Glas son, B, P, Rudic, R. H. Gavin, C. W. Evers, and J. Ball. APSLEY. -T. Crawford, T. Flet eher, A. A. L. Cbandler, J. Steel, F. B. Fleming, and A. Jones, jun. BANNOOKBURN.-A. II. Woods, A. l'\ Warner, R. S. Abbott, J. n. McKenzie, S. W. Farrell, A. S. Pigott, BE11R1GAN . -F, lloyle, J. Davis, A. Erskine, W. Greggery, J. Rey noldson, W. Pyle, H. Vagg, W. Baikie, and W. HeH'ernan. BIBBENLUKE.-C. Murphy, E. Mel mors, W. Davies, W. Baker, A. Jcll'rcys, and E. Gardiner. BLAXLAND.-F. Havenhand, W. Gallagher, S. Skelly, and J. Berg liofer. BLUE MOUNTAINS.-H. J. Col lier, J. Neale, F. Doyle, G. J. Waterhouse, J. Geggie, T. C. Lodge, S. Walker, J. T. Wall, S. W. Rit...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

mm'm I M 1 I'JtM 'iv uyj'm' hlmb dim) ijfing Ut iimlb fiit' ty'liv I u (mill I«Mu lie .'" nny'lt ilod IttiMl (Jpmmmii i'tiumiiniiunt hi' HlllfV HIM) 'J'mwii Unt.H ?r> <lu "Hi) i 'i i-iiiM (.ii-i 'f I'li j'>:'llll< I llll! | l!lli ' liili l!,yh'V)'ij i^Vit'iiii.'jiiiil'j i'i ill'liii" i ljiM'/' iii'i ' I I;** h'h =!>;/' JJH> "'I lj* l HIMi'i'll inliil It'/illb. l;» 11' *ih<' H(! till! U i'lUl,! HIM I, BWWW8®SBli#W<<*«^'-' ttttllii uvnuin 01 i»! :)h> J/hIimM, hWilM h)U It'll MiHlMii wiiMlf/JlJ | lili Hti'l' imh) m> mh'ih I'fj'vt'ii jj'iM'i iiMUKV) am "wauj#/ if mm', m mm im , mm mw ctr.r.-.y , , "fT hmw m< nfkwm mmjmi fir^, wiim DM m>ll, miuhb ihli/hiu, liu inijiji ml WW* IVfali>i/< I*b'Hlitfl)' b'ntl))' SUM) IHJlllliltf h'tlri III tlliilih'h 'f'llWj Mft'Wi I'liijw mi'l Im»> In. Ijinif fl'm, If mi'illt'il< Ml I III I lit I jnw> li'lilliJ# W OMi'i f I will IttmHWH ts ,\...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIRE NOTES. Dead-Animals. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

SHIRE NOTES. Dead-Animals. At the Wagga Police Court, R. Donohoe was proceeded against by Mr. Clias. Lyne, Stock Inspector for the Wagga P.P. Board area, on charges of leaving carcases undes troyed and of leaving sheep on a re serve without permission. A plea of guilty on behalf of defendant, who was at Gundagai, and was un able to attend the court, was lodged. It was stated that two dead sheep were left adjacent to the Wagga to iNarrandera road, and that three sheep had been left on the reserve known as the Bend, without first getting permission. On the first count defendant Mas fined 20s, and ordered to pay 21s professional costs, i)S costs of court, and 5s expenses incurred in the destruction of the carcases. For leaving the sheep on the reserve he was fined 1 /5s, and ordered to pay 27s court and pro fessional costs,

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DELEGATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

MbMW, y im'ihw Mi wy %), imwiv iimnjii m m M>' k ? 4 . i-mmimi hocoimIciI by Mr, (!, Ilii.yilcn, pn.Hwi<l Uic following rcnoliil.ion : " Thai, Uiin hrnlicit Hl/i'oii/^ly ap provim of our a,HHociii,Uon'ii oxccul.ivc coilllcil lining Uiorotltfllly prepared Id OppilHO 11,11 lllireil,HOIIIlJ>le tlotiin iiiIh nl tJio Rural Workcm' Union, nol, only with re^iml l,o ral,e:i of wa^en iiiiij fixed lionm, which lull,ci' will lie \vil;li our oceiipii.l,ionn iiuponHihlc ; lull- iiIho any iiil-erl'drcnce wil.h freedom ol' con triKit." AM I,lien; will hit a I'Vilcnil demand Uic hriuicli prenimicH l.lial, (lie execu tive will ad, in conccrl, ami co-opera tion vvil/li I,lie dill'oroiil. n,H,si)rial,ioiiH of fclio (JonmmnwealUi to make a Htrong dol'onco.

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DURI. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

DURI. .Mr. Hurry OWOII ruportn tlio (loci Hion of tlio Duri liranoh i - Oroliard IIIIIKIH. - .Miiiinnun of 20h. por wook n,ml found. TI\roHliiiij» Maohiiio Moil.-It.W.U. rato approved. Hintlor iiikI llarvontor DrivorH. Niuno II.k for Uinmlioi'H. YVIioat lainiporH. -VVImro Iohh than I; wo (toiiHwciifcivo days' work (on farm), fi/ll por day and found, (lonoral llarvoHt llaml».-fi/(l por day and found. i'onnnnonl, Kami llandu, Plough iiHin, and Drill Drivorn. - 25/ por wook and found, drivorn to lio ronpon Hilit(( for tlio oavo of hor.MOH ontHUlo tlio I'orty-oi/jflit IIOIII'H' actual work por wook. Nonrotary'h Noto.-" Tlio forty oifflit lioui'H in tlio ' knook-out.' VVIioro moil liavo to afctond to IIOI'hoh it in imposniblo."

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DALGETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

DALGETY. After discussing the R.VV.U. claims at a meeting on January 21st, this) brunch, at tin; instance of Mr. N. (1. Wait, adopted the resolution requesting the Federal members to confer with the Victorian State authorities with, a view to a uniform system of registration of brands and earmarks for the two States. It was pointed out that such uniformity was necessary in order to selling sheep and large stocic in the border districts. The branch also recorded the opinion that the P.P. boards had out lived their usefulness, and should be abolished and their functions assigned to the shire councils and stock de partments.

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SENSIBLE WOMAN [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

THE SENSIBLE WOMAN J.nily ('lielinsiunl, ilic wife of our State 'iovcniur, n woman of in tt'DHfly xioilioly MiHcc|)tiliilitii>s. J*fcOJ>lt' Wl'll "ill ! In* kllOW" (118 tllO s|iui{-' |ilira-i' rmi,-) miy ilmt sjjo tlllvi'rt IIMli e lilt .. 1t ill lil'l' I')|i|lf|0||, mill roic-i'ijlli'lll ly ill I III: < lli|l||(!|| of otlnT woiiii'ii, hihI nv lull iillei'U lliClli, tliiwi in iiuy oilii'i' jnr.-<>;)» or tiling*, illlll, ui ,'OIH-r )" fit) Ulltlinil 11)111 il i» ii liitli' hihI ijiii!tt mii'tiii' vi.-iii ioiiiil 1'iioiifili io liu riH'onli'il, Tim Yflfiiil eill)IWH» of ll|U VVOItllMI Who <»)>)«.I» wi'H'Jy 10 11I'MB# jtjji) »|HAV Oil ht>r ftn>iiy I'lttihv* DixU *).»>» itinhy >ti t'nwbiwH IImm 'hy*> hnily i'hvlHiPlonl Jim no j)(iIfuifi'u with Ihuiih Ahu, »li« U}|j«» n <|wi> hthw»f in ibii live* of wimmu njmii*" t)wi i>iiy T)<« trajjwjj who in imhhiM m Im imtbini')'* mi ihv luH'l> Mini mrnjt a mm*...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOMEN ON THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

VMM M VHK hAM "J'iM D V "HUH! it 11 mi ilia/ hwi) mi iM Wil i'! to i» >piMb>H iiitiI <# iiiUm MM# hiifh ilrhnhil m urn' nn» ili fid#j/ MV ii'i|. n, hif tlm't jjy H jiinwiii, atu (thytltlitoWlM! Iiuvc made a good start up Glen Junes way by working a small farm with out any assistance except such as they can hire by the day. Miss Urate an.d .Miss Alcock, two well born and well-educated women, are the experimenters. They have been over a year in the district now, and lately had a public welcome at the township on their return from a short trip to England. They say they are perfecely satisfied with their' ven ture so far as it has gone. Also, they are never tired of extolling New .South Wales, and when they were in England tlicy did much honorary ad vertising (which, after all, is the best kind of advertising) by .telling all their friends what a splendid country is Australia. These two ladies come from " the Shires," from a fox-hunting, hard riding set, and judging by ...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VEGETABLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

VEGETABLES. Cabbages are very scari-'c,. and' moot with ready sale, and owing to tito wet weather, which flooded many of the low-lying localities from which Hi in market in partly supplied, all kinds of bunch vegetables arc very scarce. Pumpkins are a shilling dearer all round-extra large, 0/ to 7/ ; large, 5/ to r>/(i ; cabbages, largo fi/ to 0/1), niedium <1/ to '1/(1; cucum bers, 1/ to 1/(1; vegetable marrows, 2/ to li/0 per dozen ; carrots, 2/; let tuce, (Id. to t/((; parsnips, 2/ to 2/(1; white turnips, 2/ to 2/(1; spinach, 8il. to 1.0(1.; boetroot, 8d, to 1/ ; leeks, I/O ; parsley, 2/ to 3/(1; mint, 1/; asparagus, 7/ to !)/; herbs, Oil. to 1/; watercress, 2/; rhubarb, 1/0 to 2/(5; celery, 2/ to 2/0; eschalots, 1/; radishes, 1/; horse radish, 0/ to 9/ per dozen bundles ; French beans, 5/ to ()/; green peas, 0/ to 7/0. Chaff, damaged by rain.-At the Railway Sales a lot of damaged chaff has been found in the trucks, the re sult of wet weather and careless sheeting. ...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Women's Affairs A MEETING PLACE [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

|[ r\ (By "THE WIFE"; ]| LA- ocr A MEETING PLACE "The Wife" will be prepared to place shopping orders for country women with approved firms advertising in "The Land." This service is performed solely at the expense of this paper. As no commissions are charged to the selling firms they are enabled to give their country cus tomers the benefit in lower prices. Not to iic a country visitor is al most a di.sauvantage to-day in Syd ney, HO much are the requirements of .the folk on the land-and especially the women folk-studied in* every way. Tlie Government spreads it self most attractively to gain the good will of our country cousins as well as the casual tourists who take our city in as part of a globe trot ting tour. With this idea in my head I went into the 'lourist J5ureau in Challis House, opposite the G.l'.O.. and found that what I had imagined was quite correct. The place is now well-known as a rendezvous for coun try visitors. The word is no longer passed, "Meet us at the G.l'.O....

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?] FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

WW, #JIWll»iJIW Ml i» I'll #I llM JiullH Vit'W Hi Mil' bliltwwifih HlH< lu'Mnulm Ilic jillt'O Ml IIj|#I| JlMl 1(0 V^i I IMtl ulttilj* H'Jjllft |t ill ill* too dear in our city, considering Mint, we are only it few miles from big jruit-growing districts, but this month it nas soared as if it were trying to lower the altitude record. It is a necessity and not a luxury, as every mother knows. Children must have plenty ol sound, ripe fruit to keep them healthy, and yet it is fjuite impossible for the wife of a man drawing, say, d a week in wages to get much of it anything like good. Reaches are 2d. and tfd, eac.i,. It seems absurd, doesn't it? I'lums are sold by the do/en. Now those big Jap. plums are down to 3d., but only last week J gave Is. for a dozen. .Buying plums and peaches at per each in (Sydney would make our mothers, rub their eyes. " Jn my young days, my dear," says grandma, " We used to buy peaches by the bushel, and often tliey were fed to the pigs by .tno oreha...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

Summer 'i/i'Jt in bwhwbw ".a-«A |.r ?. ? ? f V .<'!'»<» tj »« _}'><"< *<»?! ft |? /^' l'>>>fint:h.'if Juw? ihrithith !>*>)}' % mm / J## . < /w f mmhmmykmmm& ^ mm yw 0f$m #i hH*hWM VM HAMUAtiM UWl !*/«? f *« *»* '«* W* ImXh ivwjiw miMwm w4 ihni> t,itllll, ht >>llhll ,lmlll., **h, hJ piti! »l I ill* f:millPi) (V t)lt IbisHii In lh h<-h 'rtll'IDl 1 hill It Jtltil1, I)l>>i I tt flu DAVID .MINKS l/l'l), <%, Sydney I^WWfWiWi.iitinr^ri^ htuH'h lUbf tpjhw in JlMlMW Ijlf'ltl J>> (ill "fin, UtMf ) 'ilwy'tt it vimiHuUUi iii* mi mm,

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RESIDENTIAL CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

RESIDENTIAL CLUBS. "No, we aren't political." was ine declaration of Airs. Youl, lion, secre tary of the Women's Patriotic Club, who had a good story to tell me con cerning the doings of her club. ''We began as the offspring of the women's branch of the People's Re form League, but we have cut adrift irom them as an organisation, and are running entirely on our own lines." " Well, the title is as unwieldy as that of the Temperance Association celebrated in ' Pickwick., You do wisely to take something shorter. Life is not long enough to say it often," said I. " Quite so. Well, we as a club are milking a new departure. We are going -if we can-to issue shares and form a company, so as to branch out into a useful residential dub. t\'c should like a big meeting loom, a writing room, several bedrooms, mid a nice restaurant ior members, We liavu numerous country members, and \V» should like to make the chili at ll'itciivo to them and iiM'i'nl as a nliicrt |o slay at when lln-y are in Sydne...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STRING AND SOOGEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

STRING AND SOOGEE. Such quaint ideas in needlework confront me at every turn. Ma era me has come hack with a rush to the front as an up-to-date work, nlso raffia or soogee is used to make most fascinating and artistic things. Ifont'o it will lie seen tlmt hold and striking effects are sought after. Needlework in a hurry might bo the title of lots of work done nowadays. Fancy workers like to boo plenty of effect for tlioir efforts, and in tho two materials above they will get all tliat... Hall'ia i« worked on can vas in a Ulml of teat stitch, and flnUlii'd with coloured sylko into line splashy patients tlint cover tho ground iiulckly ami look well worth while. Ciifcliloiitf, runners, and table Hulli* are all done in this brillliihl ami i'a#c|naling work. Onr old friend niaeriiino then) is no need to de scribe. lu Isnoiiy lotrlcacleif are familiar to n* all. Maerame make* iij) well iiifit Hit' handbag* now h»I familiar to ns oil.

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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