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"WHITEWASHING" MR. BEASLEY Position to be Discussed in Sydney Canberra- February 20.' [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

"WHITEWASHING" MR. BEASLEY Position to be Discussed in Sydney Canberra- February 20.' To meet the New South Wales execu- tive of the A.L.P. to-night, a delega- tion of Federal members, comprising Senator Dooley and Messrs. Parker Senator Dooley and Messrs. Barker Moloney, fitipninrtnuw, and Cblfley, left by car for Sydneythis morning. The subjects of discussion are Mr. Beasley's position and the differences between the Federal and State execu tives on the Lang repudiation scheme. There is a move among some mem bers to whitewash Mr. Beasley. as they point out that, in his East Sydney speech, he did not actually advocate re pudiation in so many words.

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LINDRUM GOES TO SEE THE KING First Pro. Sportsman at Palace SHOWS SHOTS [?] was ex[?] to [?] [?] Place to-day. and after chatting with the King gave the king and Queen an exhibition of [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

LINDRUM GOES TO SEE THE KING First Pro. Sportsman at Palace SHOWS SHOTS [?] was ex[?] to [?] [?] Place to-day. and after chatting with the King gave the king and Queen an exhibition of [?] lngham Palace to-day and after chatting with the King gave the King and Queen an exhi[?] of Kins and Qveen an wMMtt— ?C :i his play. - v: .;| The summons interrupted hfc mataV J at Wolverhampton. .^ Undrmn spent over two haws In tip "St King's presence. The event was unkra?, M for there Is no record of any otherpcor ''^ fessional sports player ever having- been aeoorded cadi & signal honor. ?"-- '% Upon his arrival Undmm 'w'^ ushered In to the Royal bUHard-xoonv "1 adjoining the ballroom, on the ground -4 floor, where the King holds fata tetcav>| The King approached with auS'lS stretched band, saying—"lamdelighta*"? to meet you. I have heard andieS \1 so much about yonr perfO?naaea?.<'iP While the Kingm V£akta??&^l Queen entered and shook ha?^ fm ';l said the King vac...

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DETECTIVES ASSIST AT WEDDING OF ALLEGED FORGER PARIS, February 20. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

DETECTIVES ASSIST AT WEDDING | OF ALLEGED FORGER PARIS, February 20. Louis Court, brought from prison- Where he was awaiting trial on a charge of forgery, was married with two detec- tives as best men. His handcuSs were removed to allow him to sign the register. He was al-; lowed ten minutes with the bride and then re-imprlsoned.

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SHARE MARKET OPERATIONS MINING SHARES LONDON. February 19. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

SHARE MARKET OPERATIONS MINING SHARES LONDON. February 19. The latest sales (mean prices) for the undermentioned bhares were:—Mount Lyell, 17/3; Lake View and Star. 9/Stt; Zinc Cor poration (ord.). 17/10'j; lEamuntlng, 7/1: Rhodesia Broken Hill. 1/4-: Wlluna, 15/6: others not dealt In. P. A O. COMPANY LONDON. February 19. P. & O. Company's deferred £1 shares are quoted at 28/6. GOLD QUOTATION LONDON. February 19. Gold Is quoted ax 84/11% ounce. METAL PRICES The following are the latest middle prices cf metals on the London markets:—Oopper (standard, spot and forward). £46 18/ Hi; (best selected), £48 17/6: (electrolytic, spot). £49 5/; (forward). £49 IS/. Lead (spot), £13 17/6; (forward). £14. Spelter (spot). £12 16/3: (forward). £13 1/3. Tin (spot), £121 7/6; (forward). £122 16/3. Silver (standard, spot). 1/ 7-16; (forward). 1/ 5-16; (line. spot). 1/1 7-16* (forward). 1/I'A. Movements were all upward. Stan dard cepper, spot, advanced 25/: forward, 27/6; best selected. 25/: ...

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"BUNDLE OUT EXTREMISTS" MR. COURTENAY'S ADVICE Sydney, February 20. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

"BUNDLE OUT EXTREMISTS" MR. COURTENAY'S ADVICE Sydney, February 20. There can be only one end to this depression, and that is the bundling out, neck and crop, of the extreme Labor politicians who are endeavoring to mis- lead the people into accepting revolu tion and repudiation," said Mr. Count nay, the Nationalist candidate lor East oydntj, at a meeting to-night. The Victorian and South Australian Labor. Govsrci^ents he said, had ric mcustrated that economies could tx: crTecLed in accordance with the Mei buurne agreement. What excuse, there fore, had the Prime Minister <Mr. Sciu iin> and :he New South Wales Premi-ir iM:. Lang) for not carrying out pro pt?als designed to end the depression and brin? nros^erity? Mr. Scullin bad been deleated by the extremists of his own party but Mr. Lanz had merely proved the greatest menace to living standards; he increased unemployment and now wanted to re pudiate just debts.

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MR. LANG'S PROPOSALS Endorsed by State Caucus Sydney, February 20. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

MR. LANG'S PROPOSALS Endorsed by State Caucus Sydney, February 20. The deputy leader of the Labor Party (Mr. Baddeley). who presided at a meeting or the State Parliamentary Labor caucus to-day in the absence of Labor caucus to-day, in the absence of 'he Premier (Mr. Lang), who was 111, stated that Mr Lang expounded his financial proposals to. Ministerial col leagues before be attended the Pre miers' Conference at Canberra. The plans were endorsed by the State Cabinet to-day. The caucus also en dorsed the plans, and declared Itself m support of the State AiP. execu tive and Mr. Lang in the East Sydney Federal by-election campaign. Mr. BURIN'S ATTITUDE The following telegram has been re ceived from the Speaker of the House or Representatives (Mr. Makin):— "The statement published regarding my association with or support to the minority Labor Government Is abso lutely untrue. My only allegiance while in public life will be to Labor Gov ernment elected according to the rules of the Labo...

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STOCKS AND SHARES. SIDNEY MARKET Sydney. February 20. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

STOCKS AND SHARES. SIDNEY MARKET Sydney. February 20. Amalagamated Wireless, B. 21/6: do. (con.). B. 14/. S. 16/: commonwealth Loans, 514 per cent. (1931). *96; 5U per cent. (1933)7 £90; 5U per cent (1935). £90; s>? ;per cent. (1938). C 88; s',i per cent. (1939). £87 17/6, £88; 5,4 per cent. (1943). £87 10/; Sit per cent. (1931). £95 12/6. £95 13/9: 514 per cent. (1936). £89 5/; 6 per cent. (1932), £93 17/6; 6 per cent. (1937). £95 5/. £94 17/6; 6 per cent. (1938). £94 2/6. £94; New South Wales s>i per cent. (1931). £90; New Zealand Government. s}i per cent. (1937). £115; 8.A.W.8.A., 1/5: Bank of Australasia. £10; Australian Bank of Commerce. 16/3; Com mercial of Sydney. £155: National. £5 6/; New South Wales. £27 5/; Steam. 7/6; Australian Gas (A). £5 2/6: do. (C). 8/10; Carlton Brewery, 27/: Toohey's 17/; Tooth's, 23/: A Hordera. 11/3, 11/2; Associated Newspapers, 2/9, 2/6. 2/7; Australian Glass. 27/10%: do (prompt), 28/: British Tobacco, 32/6; Broken BUI Propletary, 14/8; B...

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STATE OF EMERGENCY PROPOSAL REJECTED BY GOVERNMENT A.CT.U. Delegates at Canberra Canberra, February 20. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

STATE OF EMERGENCY PROPOSAL REJECTED BY GOVERNMENT A.CT.U. Delegates at Canberra Canberra, February 20. A resolution asking the Government to declare a state of emergency with a view to government by regulation was placed before Federal Ministers this morning by a delegation from the Aus tralasian Council of Trades Unions. Mr. Scullin stated that such action was neither possible nor contemplated. With Messrs. Brennan and Theodore, the delegation discussed the basic wage i question and the possible effect of the 1 bank negotiations on wage reductions. The Government was urged to find a way to avoid the Arbitration Court's 10 per cent basic wage cut.

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FARMERS ARE HAPPY [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

FARMERS ARE HAPPY when smoking TEMPLE BAR [?] Burley. Sweet Slice, or Ready Rubbed. All tobacconists la 1 oz. or 2 oz flat or airtight this. Try the new Temple Bar blended (American Style) cigar ettes.—" fc

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NOT GUILTY OF GARAGE BREAKING [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

NOT GUILTY OF GARAGE BREAKING In the Adelaide Criminal Court yes terday, before the Chief Justice (Sir George Murray) and jurors, Charles Cameron Pearson (26), fanner, ol Hun- dred of Roberts, denied a charge that. on or about September 21 last, at Port TJnooin. he broke into the garage of George M. C. Mayne and his co-part ner, and stole two tyres and other goods, valued in all at £17 13/6, and al ternatively, that he received the goods, knowing them to have been stolen. The Crown Prosecutor (Mr. R. R. Chamberlain) prosecuted, and the Public Solicitor (Mr. C. A. Sandery) appeared for Pearson. Mr. Chamberlain said he proposed to treat the case as one of receiving. The tyres were recovered at the Arno Bay Goods Sheds. Other articles concerned I in the charge were found in an open hut at the farm of the accused in his ab sence. When questioned by the police, Pearson had denied the charges. Witnesses for the prosecution were G. M. C. Mayne (of Port Lincoln), and Mounted-Constables W. P...

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MACHINE HAND'S DEATH £600 Compensation for Daughters [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

MACHINE HAND'S DEATH £600 Compensation for Daughters Payment of £600 compensation to the three daughters of the late Frank Reu- ben Holden machine hand, of Iron Knob was ordered by Mr. L.H. Haslam in the Adelaide Local Court yesterday. Holden died on November 4, 1933, from an injury received three days earlier while in tbe employ of tbe Broken Hill Proprietary Company. The application for compensation was made by Gladys Blanche Holden, waitress, of South-road. Bouthwark, ana the Public Trustee, on behalf of Elaine Grace Holden, of Robert-street, Croy don, and Laurel May Holden, of Picker ing-street. Brampton. - Mr. J. McGee appeared for the appli cants, and Mr. J. L. Travers for the re spondent company. His Honor ordered £300 to be in vested on behalf of Laurel, £124 10/ on behalf of Grace, and that £13410/ should be paid to Gladys.

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Cut among the People [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

Cut among the People HAVING ex-pressed my regrets and feeling of sadness at the passing of "The Register" in the last copies of that paper. I want to make my bow to the much larger reading public re presented by the amalgamated papers in a spirit of confidence in the future, and may I cherish the hope that my friends in the city, in the country, in < the far outback, in the sporting world, and In almost every walk of life, will Increase by tens of thousands. The fact that I am going to work among old pals and former colleagues, will make the task Infinitely easier than if I were going to new conditions and among absolute strangers. Already 1 feel at home, that my work will be a I labor of love and that we will have heart to heart talks about all maimcr of things that Inform and entertain. The kindness of my readers in the past has touched me deeply. That I may be worthy of their kindness and con sideration in the future is all I ask. Melba's Brother AYOH Miller who, until...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

. MOTOR CARS fTwelwe word*, 1/ per insertloal TipsaMr-wiatofc ??n?,u>,, uzzc A laiur nl Bttta; JUpurv-Udtauld-i M?. t>iri?-?t. A" T Tiiicr* Car Wrecking Yard. ?!? Pli,? su ??^ p^SrllSt^: %..."- ? A u. ?. otee, -c-Si 2 tsx?T3i-. —ll"S 5&? 1 B"to- BRVICETYJIE CO I US Sk*. SSniSh*! ? i<?. sTne-8.. lllaimaiilnq. asf.'** —?"*,? *?-"" AUIO9I n??r Uuajc Jict. IVheeli. cort S5/. A IAIB Jiod*! Whippet, splendid a|ipeaiuce **. ??tjthioc good throoshoat, bargain, £7i W/j-It. ttnuMt. m, Jl^wi, .A,,!. V. SlCtt. A'BffiW-.SS^AVA'K: ADUME Tourer. ?at five, tajt paid, £18 10/ B.eMh^-e.WUcambe. fort-rd, WoodtUle. ATOMIES. fl-TOlc. from 26/; lt-rolueo/. ?????* IS ??U.; U?rd tS.—Auto KdM?t. ft?. Fimotlln-it. B^S*."^'^ Si/^iS* "n": |>Sr^r taS it biutiful ?.. Jtt 4itld?. ?oonoma?^—"Okt," XorJi Adelaidt. TJ^My-v- w_ RACK iymben, tight Car aad Cyole Car, B J>JE£*ST> X9M ?"'?J-—"Cycar.- this office. EBT OOcr. Pjrtiac ? Tonrer. t?lenJli coadl- tton, pilwi*ly owned ana uSvea....

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CHURCH NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

CHURCH NOTES The Bishop of Adelaide (Right Rev. Dr. Thomas) will preach at All Saints' Hindmarsh, to-morrow morning. On Thursday morning he will address the Methodist Conference. j The President of the Methodist Conference (Rev. J. H. Allen) will con duct services to-morrow at Coroman del Valley. Eden, and Blackwood. The Chairman of the Congregational Union (Mr. George Mc?itchie) will; preach to-morrow at Port Noarluxiga,: McLaren Vale, and Happy Valley. j At St. Francis Xavier's Cathedral j to-morrow, the Rev. Father McEvoy , will preach the first of a series of Lenten sermons at evening devotions. "Social Chaos: Where the Cause?" will be his theme. A programme of instrumental, vocal, and elocutionary items will be givon at the MaugfciJi Church PJS.A. to morrow. I Special Lenten Sunday evening ser- j vices will begin at St. Peter's Caths- i dral to-morrow, preceded at 620 by an organ recital, and at 6.40 by congrega tional hymn singing. At the short ened evensong following, the Rev...

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FIFTY TEARS AGO [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

FIFTY TEARS AGO FROM "THE ADVERTISER" OF FEBRUARY 21, 1881. The Royal Commission on agricultural depression in Eng- land recommends emigration, land reclamation, and the establishment of an arbitration court for fixing rents. Professor Huxley has been appointed fisheries inspector In succession to the late Frank Buckland. In three four-horse coaches and accompanied by a brass band, employes of the Gas Company proceeded to Rey nella for their annual picnic. At night a ball was held, and the city was reached at 6 zsn., all having thoroughly enjoyed themselves. A laborer, convicted at Ade laide Police Court of obtaining rations through stating that he had four children, whereas he had not, was sentenced to im prisonment with hard labor for one month. A six days' and nights' go-as you-please pedestrian tourna ment began in Melbourne yes terday, with 15 starters. Residents of Magill, having complained to the Central Board of Health of terror aris ing through wild cattle being driven thro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

|nS^^<^|\Mr4\j FORECAST—FINE WEEK-END. ft^ o\mw>untry I BUNCH HANDBAGS, TWENTY 14£' .?/?; *?*?? p ArF ? Sp?d, 9/il e?k. -*?-**".EJO In C?lf and Horooco Hide, fitted with Inner doable pane and mirror. Finished with fancy mounts. CHARLES MOORE ft 00, VICTORIA-SQUARE. ? ? HIRB AMD CLOTHING /? i li\*% ?^iifflt-ao --?in binoiuH? Tt PURCHASE of /.HiDiuTcrn GU^SF D KAnKRII **J**S iiP*' DOUBLE DOUBLE EITtl snx hScks #? Jrlr 1 -W\ |V _J W^ /^/ M * . / v % ii P^W*! 1 / Jtft^-ij I I -I 11 // I I I llf I 'I #i UV H?fl I " <Tj rPKitJ^lii J*/,V fffi^ 79f~A i??ifcff^W "^RI-Lt.??- /V*WJp^ KAKEBosaxfwoLs. ,' MWli ?l ift/11/ 21/-far Mf.**/ ?o^pwaacWs AT 2S/6 ??" 1 O /AC -*%% JasLl **c"S^>?^ffw?Sn^^?^?^ U*).t.*.V.4H-O*. ,' -45*y) (*^}S\ \Jr\ ?-?/?VjOYI TT^W/\a ZW\ IXyN/Y Vd^^ fP"^ I |^ r 1, It ?OI^JM&I v ?TWDhttatiw. *W^"" ?TAnSUkXaaAc: Ho. X nia/ABODCra. gs-fci-- ~ — -?— ?a IMkwd effect fa Doable DooMe ack. ? T^ „ L sp*^ . W AA L_ Alft J KOMrotne ff€€K-eiia DargamS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

BOUSES AND LAND FOB SAME ITwelra word* 1/ per ttmatiaal A' ~ ~" T Cbcltenliun. £lti, iluacalow. ma maat UtmeOn lor atsci eal?.— UeUmtM. Wand- ??U?.- ' AT BeynaUa, 80 Acra. D??aiB?, (sod land. 41*0 depetit.—MdicmTloli itaZ ??o?j.ij,. ~—~?. *v "^ AvutY vaUiaiile 6 ?cim, eicellea: loil. 7 flan noj?i, iwctinj thai, water, car Unettonu?. ??. Bel? a*. lain, „ koijp tolrP Uiaxia K. buaoD. LuL.?? WritTtrnTt A UhLAiUt^aLi^Smail tom!!^ a?ailaMe Aaulut.:. toS?r^i?f andX^STSj: ? i&gt&F&FS^ A ?nuabirreat £2^;,^ ?* " Io01111" A il?Ltsli)E^-Uisj 1^ T" y" ?? Ui a , Altfc^"u^Sl£ ii^T "l 7" ii £?? ?T?^' hoiM 5 roomi, —i?l S S2i4^^nA Ie^we lor holtoe- T'£%??? Us''^ , , AaSuaSr *"^ id Uod- ?"? A UOOO Ll?i?. ?- S^aSL^Shi-SST *ro<*1?1 H??. *C a?!l7o!Sarr^/*IJ^L.I>UoI,t?r' ****? Wliiiam^l. OM4^ IWI Xin * wuuam^ O_ 13 6 Ar£?i^J£ElJ? "?*-?*?*""*? " ?ood?£SL' Sli orte^Tflr!^ ?Tl^? 18 hOO* e> bm ; deVollit ' £SOW- TAOkn -Bri? n A^dlei SiS, rtAddSde.l^! -^!?: 6? ? weU*n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

AMUSEMENTS GROYDON - KILKENNY TALKIES im.l\ILU 'I'M WT 1 cr A TV AT 1 TOE SEA BAT IMEa* Dwt oC the Tn.pl*. .Urrinc Raqiei Toim ud chaHes Wlir?T CUAPT Aj/\Ulirll OHUKI A W W-t with tbjs^Tm?*, Ka^lf ' „ . N(f Mormn and Marie Dressier *? _?_j_ a s J. SaWW Stilts at 8 D.m. Sharp. „.;? <nriL*-*w%nr>r* WHOOPEE PALAIS ROYAL " ?mn-ra ?renn 1 *^? RUKlti-IUIKAIX. ?w% nl n ? ?S^ mnL-?V W^ rtn*t II AW fSlllvH I *"* *'*-?^*V 111U111 TO-NIGHT * \#"l^l\*Tll _,___, ?iSS2L mS&ntmn ?R. AND MRS. CARMICHAEL'S OLD STYLE DANCE ???>???????*?? ????? TDIIIU/IVC II All Hintr, TO-NIGHT >** Ko- '? V&- Depotc" --- IaMF,, in DM iiayniyn IEARN DANCING '?**1?? I VnilVlllU ...-?' ' f^? QUEEIrS HALL. l.^MiMc^^e^eet IWMI. U. BJB" s-u.**" 1 ?Hi THEBARTON I^BHiOWN HALL MOHDAT BHH TORT l^ftE Hnw bfc ?— NORWOOD RKfiAHTE WklL, JMB.- ODMtn, Q^Sitep. POB-Trot. -gg^sr^^s-- " d|W5Pk iwHBHHP 1^ ,- . „„„„,, : Tm?iPTnil TnjnrUT IHEBARIUR, TO-Httitll, . $:?+ V ; - BB3AOES. . ?7?- ? . rtll^ CTVi...

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SOCIAL [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

SOCIAL Mr. and Mrs. Way Campbell of Ade- laide contemplate spending some of the winter months in Spain if pos- sible under the political conditions. Mrs. GranUey Sheridan has returned to Brougham-place, North Adelaide, after a trip to Sydney. Mr. C. McCoy Hill will leave on j Thursday next for the eastern States,' en route for America to study wool classing. Miss Loraa Dawson, of Hyde Park, Is the guest of Miss Joan Robertson, at, Woodend. Victoria. Mrs. W. S. Crabb. of Henley Beach, returned by the Westralia on PWday morning after having spent seven weeks touring New Zealand. She was at Rotorua during the earthquake at Napier. Mrs. Crabb is the guest of her son-in-law, Mr. H. Sears, at Prospect. Mr. and Mrs. 6. Talbot Smith will leave next Tuesday on a motor tour through the Grampians, Victoria, "The annual fete of the TJnley TvTiT"*p Association will be held at the residence of Sir Sydney Kidman. Northgate strect, Hyde Park, on March 28. The Yen. Archdeacon and Mrs. A. W. Clampett...

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FARMERS' UNION REPORT BUTTER STUDY, CHRISH FIRM. EGGS STUADY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

FARMERS' UNION REPORT BUTTER STUDY, CHRISH FIRM. EGGS STUADY. The B.A. Farmers Co-operative Union (Dairy Produce Department), report under data February 20. as under:—Butter—The latest cabled advice Tram London states that the butter market Is steady, there be ing leas demand from tke Continent. Sales £or the week anregate 33^00 boia. There ha* been no pHce change throughout Aus tralia slnca cur last report, and tbe mar ket appears |o hava aettled down. Condi tions in South Australia show Uttle change; tbe cooler weather now being experienced WIU have the effect of Improving the quality of tbe cream delivered to factories, resulting In a large percentage or ebolce OuallsTbutttr being manuiaSired. p£i? mere Onion butter 1* eeUlng ?attelactortiy at unchanged rates, cbolcest quality being quoted at 1/7U lb. In bulk (less rtabUlu ??? to*.JW. lb.). prlnt? and delivery extra. Stores. 1/ to l/l lb. Cheese— Tne demand for cheese from Western Aus tralia talc week is much improved, which, tog...

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