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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

riESlGNED to provide etmntry listeners with the ultimate *-* in radio enjoyment. Philips model 108 is n rudio to be proud of. It's a 5-vulvc dual wove, buttery- ^ i ^ operated receiver, with "on-ofT* suiirli com- /fr bined willi ihc lone ronlrol. Limited supplies / y \ are also available u^inp Philips vibrator Model 1 103 with a 6 volt accumulator. Of course, [*/ if you have the power on, a similar receiver \ jW (Model 101 — for electric operation) iden tical in uppeurancc to 108, is available. PHILIPS mdiojzkm AVAILABLE AT DEVIE FEENEY'S RADIO HOUSE REPAIRS ' A SPECIALTY. PUBLIC APDRESB SPECIALIST! McDowall Street, ROMA Phone 392. A Bright Sign for Stockowners Its brightness arises from the good cheer contained m its message. CATTLE, SHEEP AND LAMBS FOR . CANNON HILL, BRISBANE. Winchcombe, Carson's stock selling Organisation is completely efficient and highly successful in thc;"results it produces. The Stock Department Manager and his Staff consistently give clients' consignments t...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
RIFLE CLUB TRIP [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

RIFLE CLUB TRIP All members of the Boma Rifle Club are reminded of the trip to St. George next week-end, ami aro asked to be at their appointed starting place on time. The next club shoot will bo tlio final round of the F. J. Mullavey and Sons Trophy, and will be fired over the 500, 600 and 700 yard ranges on Sunday afternoon, No vember 14.

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

Machinery For Sale Ci'UP soil erosion witli the "Aim] strong-Holland'' Ditchci'-Tcrrncei Land-grauer. jtiul paiticuiai'6 and leai-1 lets available on request twin (^ucciib laud Industrial Hales and (Service ¥i}'. Ltu., Gregory lerrace, Brisbane. rhonel liiiMBa. JgUCliSUliAi'liltlS and Silt Scoops, iuj all sizes available lor immediate | delivery, .for particulars aiid pamph lets- write to Queensland Jjiuustrial J SaieB and Service JL'ty. Ltd., (iregory J Terrace, Brisbane. Phone L2985. J A VAXLABLE tor immediate delivery |t*- "Armstrong - Holland" Drawn Grader on pneumatic tyres, fined with 7ft. blade, ideal tor soil coiiservalioii. 'Write to Queensland Industrial Bales and Service Pty. Ltd., Gregory Ter race, Brisbane. Phone L2985. «' A BMSTJSONG - HOLLAND'' Baby »"^Graders on steel wheels with 6ft. blade, available for immediate delivery from Queensland Industrial Sales and Service Pty. Ltd.,. Gregory Terrace, Brisbane. Phone L2985. C!*all drawn Graders for all soil con servation ...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

ADDITIONAL A TWP/I SERVICES lilUtoBA-NE to OAKEY - KUMA • MITCHELL and Return . ' . .. Every Wednesday & Saturday BRISBANE - DALBY - ClJAliLEVILLE and Return Every Saturday « BRISBANE - DALBY - CHAR LEV1LLE ■ QUILPIE and Return Alternate Saturdays Local Agent:— | FOWLES & SPENCER Pty. Ltd. PHONE 177. THE AUSTRALIAN ESTATES CO. LTD., STATE-WIDE SERVICE Wool and Produce Broker*, tat Stock Salesmen Stock and Station Agents, Property Salesmen MERCHANDISE WOOL: 'i'r}' "Xhc Ksl;uet,''—Consign your Wuul <o "Katutiib*' Bulimba. Our . iong selling experience ensures maximum results. Liberal advances made . . against ensueing clij. FAT Sl'OCli: Let us do your worrying—we will order trucks for you, obtain permits, truck and consign your i'ate to ..Estates,'' ^aunon Hill, where our experienced ciussers and salesmen will ensure maximum prices tor you. STOBL STOCK: Whether buying or'selling, try« "Hi*! Estates " first. We'have Branch Offices throughout the whole State a...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INDIVIDUAL STILL CENTRE OF WORLD, EISENHOWER SAYS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

INDIVIDUAL STILL CENTRE OF WORLD, EISENHOWER SAYS If oor generation . failed to understand that the human in dividual was the centre of the uni verse, and was still the sole reason for the existence of all man-made institutions, then to-day's com plexity of living would become chaos, General Dwight D. -Eisen hower, President of Columbia Uni versity, said in a recent open let ter to students. Eisenhower's .letter, addressed to tlio many "Jacks'' and "Margarets" who have written him asking whether they should "keep ou with school or plunge right off into life," and published iu the November Header's Digest, strongly advises continuation of schooling. Self-interest and patriotism, are not contradictory ideas but part ners, Eisenhower contends, advis ing youth to "look out for your self in order to look out for your country." The count ry 'e problems, he says, af fecting eucli citizen individually, can bo understood and intelligently coped with only through education. Warns Against Cont...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

ENGAGEMENT NOTICE BETTS—GIBSON: TUe engagement is announced ol' Homy Arthur, eldest son of Mr. and Mis. A. L. Bolts, of Horaa, to Mi88 8. V. Gibson, young est daughter of Mr. Mid Mrs. B. Gibson, of Boma. |lT]!H, H. W. BROWN wishes to Tliaiik | all kinil persons who sent floral [triliules or ollioi>vi«<' sympathised with hor in her rooent sad bereavement. MRS. B. W. BliOWN wishes to Tliauli Dr. Feather, Matron and Staff of the Komtt Hospital for their kindness and attention to her late htwbund. 11JLLEU, D. 1\: A tribnte of love and remembrance to our dear Son and Brother (Peter), who passed away 2Dt.li October," 1947. (Inserted by his Mother, Sisters and j Brothers.) |BOYl'K: In loving memory of our deal1 Motlier, Mother-in-law and Grand mother. Elizabeth Boyce, who passed away on the 5th of November, 1916. Always Beroembeied. (Inserted by her loving son Lea and Family.) ' THANKS IN MEMORIAM Sadly Missed.

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

ipsons Sllf Imisino flour For Shifting the EARTH BR1TSTAND ROTO-SCHAPERS ~tlchtwelcht, sturdy. Operate be hind wheel traotora of *»y »«e. Soluble for re-«ollinf orchard*, making danu, email tanks, «Uo pits ind »U nntnl aeooptnl «4 level linr. Completely controlled trm tractor. bbitstakd silt scoops —became of the patent hinted '•* alcn. brine the FULL load over the top ever/ time without damage to the batter. These scoops drat back BUt Into your tanks. They leave the wite* clean and work smoothly . efficiently *11 tho time. BBITSTAHD PLOUGHS —for ootstandlnr itremth (n tank work, flre-breaks, ploughing ont rabbi Ui or road work. All rim. Onr Mocks include everything for earth JnovJpf and, together with the equipment featured above, we can give immediate delivery of Grader Blfaheri, Drag Sooopa, Back Scrapers, Fresno*. Automatic, Hy draulic and Cable Scoops, Blppcra, Power Control Unite, etc. Sole Distributors for Qaeoniland: U.K. m DOMINION MOTORS 111 CAMPBELL ST.. BOWER HOIS brisba...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

SPORTS & RADIO THE IDEAL RADIO TO TAKE WITH YOU ON YOUR HOLIDAYS IS A STROMBERG CARLSON PERSONAL PORTABLE. PRICED AT £19/19/-. OBTAINABLE NOW FROM ARCHIE ANDERSON McDOWALL STREET — ROMA r»y»»i>vyrtyvyft»yy?ftf»y»f?fyvt TfT^ Ottl5 Available From— J. D. GRANT McDOWALL STREET. ROMA UCO AIR-CONTROL WINDOWS CLASS LOIJVRfS . Built of Steei toad Glass; 100 per cent, Perfect VentiUtioo; Will Stay . in Any Poeitwn; Euy to inntail und iiwxpwuiTt, f«r f«w LOUVRES, Ye* wffl In agreadU? tarpriui •i tk* Uv Cat AUSTRALIAN ESTATES COMPANY UHHED If&^-A " 1 * S s (INCOBPOBATED IN ENGLAND) rM —-<J»ALLUMBILLA MITCHELL DUUNE if For the Treatment of Mange, Eczema, etc., use David's NU-KOTE An affactlva, antiseptic, toothing and healing Manga Dmslng for tlnequallad for ravlvlna tha coat and promoting It* grmrth, Prlca par bottla, t/6 and T/j i DAVID Pkarmttifs 26S GEORGE ST. BRISBANE. SBfttttcftet BRI8BANE t, TOOWOOMBA. "Ct^cte^■ WHAT YOUR DOCTOR ..OBDEBS Calling All Sports!!...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Canberra Background. POPULATE OR PERISH NO MERE SLOGAN [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

Canberra Background. POPULATE OR PERISH NO MERE SLOGAN (By H Cauliomi ruliticul Wiitci") Keen observers at Canberra be lieve that tlie plans for large-scale migration will misfire badly unless the rate of borne building takes a decided turn for tlic better. Directly linked witli illi(ii:ilion ;irc> the two important factors of housing and population, in turn dependent on internal conditions such as living costs and conditions, and tlie wherewithal to buy a home. Until these vital matters are con sidered an a whole, and until some tan gible expression of assistance is afford ed liy the Government, migration | schemes wilJ not be the success they could and should be. There has been much discussion in Parliament recently on migra tion and population, and members have been outspoken at the failure to solve the housing problem. I Last week, Dr. G. l'\ McLcary, a British expert oil population matters, with a knowledge of Australia, said

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
GOLF ASSOCIATES CONGRATULATED [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

GOLF ASSOCIATES CONGRATULATED Congratulations to Hie /oar mam ban who successfully took part in the Brisbane country week fix. tores were extended by the dab captain {Mrs. G. G. Ferrler) at the annual general meeting St the Boma Golf Club Associates at the Olub House on Tuesday night. One of the members, Mrs. Har den, won the Gadles Cap, and an. other, Mrs. Alexander, won the Bronjse Handicap event at Xndoo roapllly. There was a good attendance at the meeting, a feature of the election of officers being the unanimous return of Mrs. Brrrier as captain. She received a vote of thanks for the *vork eae had done for the club during the year. Mrs. T?. Alexander, who was re clcrtci] aeeretury, received a presenta tion from Mrs. Fenier on behalf of all members for her work during this period. Successful Season Tlic Captain's report revealed that the club has had a very successful sea son, aud that with Vow unavoidable ex ceptions the 3f» associates had taken part in competitions and social ...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
R.C.A.Q. CAMPAIGNS FOR HOLIDAY PETROL [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

RJLC.Q. CAMPAIGNS FOR HOLIDAY PETROL To enable motorists to make the fullest use of the Christmas-New Veaz holiday break, they should be issued with both December and January petrol ration tickets In December, the president of the E.A.C.Q. (Mr. Leon Trout) said to day.' Mr. Trout said that the Austra lian Automobile Association, of which the B.A.G.Q. was the Queens land constituent, lias made repre sentations too the Prime Minister that petrol tickets should Save a longer currency, and that January 1949 tickets should be made avail able to motorists with their De cember 1948 isms. Australia was neglecting its most urgent need — native-born children. Political and civic leaders bore have been saying that for years. Population Critic The facts are that Australia is fac ing a population crisis which carries all the hallmarks of danger. Latest census figures disclose an alarming and ominous lack of balance in population. "Populate or perish" is no mere catch-penny slogan. * In Australia...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Bowling Notes. ROBINSON TROPHY ATTRACTS ENTRIES [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

Bowling Notes. ROBINSON TROPHY ATTRACTS ENTRIES (By The trophy donated by Mr. Job Robinson, play for which begins as soon as current competitions are concluded, is attracting many entries. The trophy is to be played for in the form of a selected pairs handicap, assuring all entrants of a fair chance of cariying off the trophy. Selectors arrange the pairs from individual en tries, and then allot a handicap. In their editorial last week the new proprietors of The Western Star gave their greeting to folk of Boma and district. We take this opportunity of saying to them, " Welcome, friends, do make yourselves at tome among us." Bain washed out play 'last Sunday, while attendance at the green on Sat urday was limited because of the race meeting. Sunday WoHdng Bee The new club refrigerator has been installed, and by the week-end electric lam may have completed connection of the new current. Top dressing continues satisfac torily, but the green director bag called a -working bee for Sunday ...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
£15,000 APPEAL LAUNCHED TO-DAY MEMORIAL CLUB FOR ROMA DISTRICT [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

£15,000 APPEAL LAUNCHED TO-DAY MEMORIAL CLUB FUR ROMA DISTRICT | lo-day the Keturned Servicemen s League, Roma Sub branch, ofhcialiy launches a £I5,0UU appeal to erect, a large modern club lor ex-servicemen and women of Roma and dis trict Thli IjYgJ DJhUJ > uiiu to I'UlBO tiiu money ivitliin lb months. Soon after thai they boye to stmt on the building, wluch will Ije known as tliu Soma and District Es-Servicemeu aa<l Women's Jiloinoriul Ciub. A ruin luieed i;uui;ruio or briuk structure, i will contain looms specially tilted for meetings, reading; recreation, and re lreshments. Xbe main ball will feature a large dance fi'oor and. a modem concert stage. Spokesmen for the Boma and Dis trict Ex-Soi'vicumen and Women's Memorial Club appeal committee (Messrs. G. N. Wilhou aud A. Weir) said yesterday tliat the building would be of immense benetit to those wlto liud served in both world wars. Graziera Helping - Already district graziers nad pro mised at least 20 head of stock ...

Publication Title: Western Star
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EDITORIAL [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

EDITORIAL I AST week we told you in our first editorial that our policy 011 news was one of total impartiality. We said that any comment we ever had to offer would be based solely on district values, de void of political, vested, or factional "slanting." We said, tuu. that any day auy week we would prefer your cummeut to ourts, because alter all this in your paper, bringing jou tlic uews about yourBelf, your town, and your district. Now we have decided to get your comment. In our next Issue we will begin a series of trout page gueBt editorials. They will be written by luwu uud district i/eivuiiulitivn, giving J'uu their angles on the news. Their editorials will be subject to revision only un matters ufl.eetiug the laws of libel. The first will appear next week, written by the Mayor of Bouiu (Mr. A. Koy). Xlbe others will follow in weekly sequence, selected at random, with no particular order of precedence, or set priority. With tiie end of the series, we hope to have some ideu of wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

Mii[iin[»imniiiiiunniiiiiiiiiiu»niiiimiiiiiiiiiimninmiiiiimmuiimui ---v. =Oirr SALON, PHOXOBEAPHIO SUPPLIES, SAME SAT DE' I PEJOTINQ SEE VICE. r"~" s Films left by 9.30 a.m. Beady at 1 u.m. Same Day. g S ■ s SSTATIONEEY:—ISoxed Stationery, with Envelopes, Priced from. 6/9 Box. . s STEAVEL GOODS; Shoppers, Overnight or Week-end Bags, Priced from 88/63 S each. S 5GLOVES:—Muiany Gloves, iu (Jalf or Suede. Colours Navy, Brown, GJ#y,2 3 Black, Yellow and Olive. Priced from 28/6 to 39/6. g § ALLAN B. WEIR, J I POR FBEBSHXS THAT PLEASE. \g £ fbOM SM. 76 McDOWALL SXBEET, EOMA. P.O. BOX 69 5 S Opposite Town Hall. <■ . g illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllUIIIIIIUIUIIIUIIUIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIlllllllUIIIIIW IT'S HOLDEN—jGeneral Motors new Australian car. Wives with an eye to good looks will go into raptures over Hoiden's sleek streamlining, good-taste upholstery, and comfort. And husbands will gloat over the mechanical details, its economy and acceleration. When yon buy Ho...

Publication Title: Western Star
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CENTAUR APPEAL FUND LAGGING [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

CENTAUR APPEAL FUND LAGGING A big driv0 to colled funds for the Ooutuur Nurses Appeal will be launch ed throughout the district this week. Only £100 of the sot quota of £300 is in hand, with less than a mouth to cloning date. The President of tlie Roma, tud Dis trict Appeal Committee (Hi. Duggan) to all sporting bodies to set aside 8atiu*i/^iV(JSfiin.ber 27, to "play for Centaur.'* & Similar appeal had been, made to spotting bodies by other 4is-. trict committees throughout the State, Mr. Duggan said. Flans were also in progress for a Centaur Ball on. JVovem bor 19. Appeal donations, whicfe -will be Ac knowledged in these columns, should be sent to Box 81, PiO. Soma. In Wallumbilia A O.W.A. . jaeeting on 'Wednesday docided to. hold a camp draft on December 18, iniJir.-'Dava Smith's property, to raise . the O.W.A. Hostel.

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ATTRACTIVE FROCKS AT ROMA RACES [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

ATTRACTIVE FROCKS AT ROMA RACES Airs. (j. <j. J'tmci ^'uinyiiuale; chusc tin all blue out] it, wim a simu. uiue liat, exactly manning Jicr rrw» ol blue crcpc. Mis. JacK Simpson wore an attrac tive beige frock witli a Binail cyclu iiien hut. Alia. V\ . Koberisuu (uieu coo) iiad a doligliuul shade 01 blue in tier blue anil wliitc Uoral frock. Airs. Jas. KobertBon, uluo of tilencoe, was flocked, in a red and white spoiled suit, with a dark red hat. Aires. \% . J .N. Bowles was iu aa aqua and white ' ligurcd lrock, Willi white accessories. itoWH of mirruu cream lace trimmed the beige frock worn witJi a natural straw hat by Aliss l''ay Sheridan initial). Also from fSurat was Mrs. T. McUowan, who was frocked in blown uoral witu cream straw hat. Mrs. It. Maiden's blue and white pencil striped cotton frock was worn with a smart liat tied under the chili. Tiiiy pleated frills of self material divided tlie skirt of Mra. W. J. O'JbLeefe's (Ipswich) frock into tiers, white accessorie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

A. P. GREENFIELD & Co. Pty. Ltd OPTOMETRISTS Will Professionally Visit ROMA Trom 9 a.m. Friday, 5th, till 5 p.m. Saturday, 6th; and from 9 a.m. Mon day, Btb, til! 5 p.m. Friday, 12th November. Yud May he Consulted at their Rooms at the School of Arts Hotel. (Established over Sixty Years.) 189-101 GEOBQE ST., BRISBANE. DAVE IKOYES SADDLER, ARTHUR STREET, EOMA. Baddies nnd Collars CounterUDefl and General Repairs. New 8addles, Bridles, Harness nnd Leather Goods on (3a!o. OBDEISS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. . MARANOA CORDIAL WORKS FOB YOUB OORDIAL8 «DTQ sa SOMA ALL DRINKS TBUE TO LABEL *8. TEAMAOOHI, W1TNDHAM M. HATCHING SEASON EXTENDED Owing To Huge Demand Australorp, White Leghorn, Black Orpington, Day or Week Old Chickens. Government Blood Tested Stock. FBEE FBEIOHT & REARING HfBTBIICTIONS Also Laying Pallets, Breeding Boosters WBITE FOB PBXOE LIST. kianga chicken supplies ct^p.ttiq'P, 'StBAIEI. TOOWONG, BRISBANE* S1A1HAM, CBEESBftAH AND CO. (BOM*). Public Accountants,...

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BIG WALLUMBILLA WHEAT CROP ON WAY [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

BIG WALLUMBILLA WHEAT CROP ON WAY More than 60,000 bags are ex pected to lie lifted in tlie Wallum billa wlieat crop this year. Har vesting is in lull swing, although it was delayed for a day by the week-end showers, which averaged between 27 points in the town to 81 points at Mr. A. Wehl's pro perty. Willi fine weather lor :i fortnight, however, most of the crop should be lifted. The wheal dump, wliicli now holds 3(1,000 bugs, is being slacked by Mr. M. Le Dilly, from Toowoouiba. Mr. H. Flohr, classifier, who h:is been transferred to Daiby, h:is been re placed by Mr. .1. liussell, of Roma. STANDARD WHEAT CARTAGE Owing to the desirability of arriving at. a standard price for the cartage of this year's wheat, a well attended meeting of growers and carriers vras held in the Public Hall last week, and unanimously agreed to a price that was adopted. Mrs. Hooper, Sydney, who has been holidaying with her son Mr. J. Hooper and Mrs. Hooper, has returned to Syd ney. Mr. Fry, the newly appoin...

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CAPACITY HOUSE APPLAUDED RECORD HALLOWEEN CONCERT [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

CAPACITY HOUSE APPLAUDED RECORD HALLOWEEN CONCERT DOTH from an entertainment and financial point of view, the Halloween concert, staged in the Soldiers Hall last Friday night, was an outstanding success. Door' takings eclipsed previous records, and a capacity house was generous in applause of the items presented by the various local artists. The programme was a varied one, nnd the compere (Miss Hope Spent-en s;i\v to it that there was no time 'ay. interspersing the items "it't frumoious patter, which was well received. | The artists who took part (in oi'dcr of appearance; were: Misses L. Jal' frey ;11141 II. Nobletl, Pianoforte duel, "March Militnre"; Mr. D. Feeney, ^axophono, seleetiou of Scottish Airs; Mr. Don Coutts, vocal nolo, "Waiaia P<»i''; Misses J. <iree», J. Johnson and N Kirhy, hoiij;, "Three Little MaidH"; Miss Pegtf.v Hutton, vocal solo, "The Sunshine of Your Smile"; Mrs. Cramp ton, monologue, "The Man With a Single Hair"; Mrs. K. Noblett, vocal .B...

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