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ADELAIDE POULTRY MARKET [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

ADELAIDE POULTRT MARKET A. W. Sandford & Co.. Limited, reported on OcN-ber 1 as loilows:— Live poultry.— The demand far poultry this wcrk was very strong, ard although fa rlv extensive catalogues were submitted, the bidding was very keen for each lot. and buyers were unable to obtain all the:r requ'.re I mjnts; consequently we anticipate tht-.t the i call for poultry will continue, and can advise cons'stilng. Crates loaned on ap 1 plication. Prime roosters, 3'6 to 5/; nice I conditioned cockerels. 2/9 to 3/4: fair con 1 droned cockerels. 2 '6 To 2/8: chickens lower: heavyweight hens. 3'1 to 4/3: medium hens, 2 6 to 3/: V.^.bi b'ns. 2/2 to 2/5; coup'.e of pens or weedy sorts lower. , Geese, 4/ to 5/. Prime yotns Blus^ovy drakes, 5 '6 to 6r; Muscovy d-:ek«. 3/ to 3/11; ordinary ducks, 1/9 to 27: duck llpgs lower. Turk'-ys. eood to prime con dition. 8-Ad. to lid. Ib. lire w?'.Kht: tur keys, fair condition. 7d. to 8d. lb. live weight; turkeys, fattenlr.e; sorts, lower. Pigeons. ...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
New Deloraine Board Reshuffled [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

New Deloraine Board Reshuffled Three new directors — Messrs. W- P. A. LapUiorne. George Jeffrey, ead A. A. Soar:e — were elected to the board of the Nevr Delor&ine Cold Mining Company at an extraordinary general meeting held yester dnr. Tbe remaining members 01 tke board are Messrs H. S. Tasker and P. A. MdBride Unsuccessful nominees were Messrs. E. D. A. Eagot, J. H. Symoads, and H. E. Lucy. In replying to a vote of thanks to tile retiring boaid the chairman (Mr. TasRet) said they had met witb considerable dif ficulty in raising capital, but everything possible had been done in the Interests ol th-; company. A large block 01 snares fo:felted when calls were made had been disposed of to representatives of Guinea Gold. Ltd., who were now represented on the board.

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
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MANAGERS' REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

MANAGERS' BEPOB.TS Ortnda CM. — Report for week ended September 25: — Adit level advanced 4 it.; still in quartzite. A seam of tiuan&te and ironstone is in tbe fact. CotUd not obtain any free gold by panning. Sample of this vein sent to School of Mines lor assay. The lode E. of the main adit level has been opened up for a length of 28«i ft.; lode matter is very promising, but so far carries no values. Deloraine Blocks Gold Mines, NX.— To Sepiember 30: — 'Main Shalt— Ai 245 ft. level a scut west from north drive has advanced 5 ft_ and a drive started sltghCy wes£ of south to intersect icde material. This drive Is now In 18 ft. on the foot wall -iae of 'i^i' shaft. &nd has today opened out on High-grade ore, wiiicii is showing on hang ing- wall side of drive. Tills stone shows excellent dish prospects, and Indicates that tbe ore chute is dipping couth.'

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TELEGRAMS FROM MANAGERS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

TELEGRAMS FROM MANAGERS CRYSTAL GOLD MTNE. Hi.— Tie secre tary advised yesterday that the following ] telegrem had been received 1'roan Mr. W. H. Longbottom, Barrow Creek: — 'No. 1 shaft — Necessary timber cut and carted: shaft stripped. New collar set in position. Anticipate ready to drive In about & week. No. 2 shaft deepened 3 ft.; xcut 12 ft. west cut New Discovery reef. Drill passed through 20 inches formation; no foot wall. Several days yet before eetl^e and values { definitely determined. If then satisfactory, recommend further sinking No. 2 shaft; 16 ft. estimated to cut lode, then to 75 It. on underlie. Consider this encouraging de velopment, as ix. proved dyKe also over throw, reef passing under without Inter ruption. Fuller details next mall.'

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GREAT BOULDER [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

GREAT BOULDER In response to an enquiry by the Stock I Exchange of Adelaide with reference to the development wori being done from Eaxoil- { ton shaft, the local secretary of the Great : Boulder Proprietary G.M. supplied the fol lowing information yesterday: — Half- monthly report, to August 15— Hamilton shaft. 1.650 level, section 55 — Main E_ xcut extended further 46 ft. in ble&bed green stone; total length of xcut, 734 ft. 1,800 It. level, sections 55 and 56 — Main E. scut extended further 40 ft. in bleached gTeon stone, light brown in color; total length of xcut, 641 Vz ft. Progress for the past! fortnight, in the above scuts was not so good as previously, owing to sections of the ground in both scuts becoming much harder, the blasting In consequence being much more difficult.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL WHEAT QUIET PRICES UNCHANGED [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

LOCAL WHEAT QUIET PRICES UNCHANGED Private cable advices received yesterday generally described the English wheat market on the previous day as quieter with practically nothing doing. One Contlnen- ; tal message said the markets there were \ demoralised, owing to the pressure shown by Russia to sell. The only business in ' Australian mentioned was the balance of I the Macdalay, from South Australia, ax- ! rived. 3.428 tons, at 22 6 on the previous i day s. small parcel out of this eteaxnfir was placed at 23 114. A parcel of 100 tens In the Bancruacban South Australia. August L sold at 24/. A part cargo of ! bulk wheat now loading was reported to ! be offering at 23/6. Business in No. 2 ' hard winter afloat was effected at 21/6. ! Shippers were offering No. 1 Northern j Manitoba. Ocroser. at 26 Ili. and No. 2.1 September, at 24/. For choice White; Karachi. October loading, shippers were \ prepared to take 24/6. j Liverpool futures declined lUd. to 4A3A' cental for October. 78d. to 4/...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RETAIL DAIRY PRICES [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

RETAIL DAIRY PRICES The Retail Grocers' Association of South Australia reoarts that the re tail selling Drtces are: — Butter.— Choicest factory. 1/6 to 1/7 lb.: 6econd grade factory 1/4 to 1/5. Esgs ranse from Sd. to 1-3. Bacon. — Best rashers. 1/ to 1/1: Usm rashers. 1/4 lb. Cheese.— New. lid. lb.; matured. 1/4 to 1/8. Onions. — Brown. Id. lb.; 6 lb. lor 6d Potatoes.— 7 to. for 8d.

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WHEAT, FEED GRAINS, AND PRODUCE [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

WHEAT. FEED GRAINS. AND PRODUCE Wheat.— Merchants' buying limits for giuaeis' lots. I-a.q. trucks. Port Ade laide, or chief shipping outports. 2fZ . bushel. Flour.— For leading city brands mil las' quotations up to £7 ton. less 5/ for cash. Mill Offal fclty net prices).— Bran, up to £3 15/ per ton. trucks, mill door, for ton lots. Pollard, up to £4 10/. trucks. miU door, for ton lots. Barley. — No. 1 nominally about 2/2: second grade, about 1/11 per bushel. Port Adelaide, for growers' lots. Oats. — Good feed Algerian nomin ally about 1/6 per b-ishel. Port Ade la!-Je. for growers* tots. Hay (cutters' buying price).— Best wheaten sheaved, delivered at metro politan mills, about 30/ to 32/6 ton Chaff. — Cutters' quotations for par cels, on trucks. Mile-End, about £3 -in heavyweight bassi. bags Included; de livered about £3 7/6. Potatoes. — £7 10/. Onions.— £6 to £7. Cheese (Tuesday's market).— New makes, large to loaf. 7»id. to 8V,d.; matured and semi-matured 9%d. to lOd. Butter (Tuesd...

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Melbourne Quotations Melbourne, October 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

Melbourne Quotations ? Melbourne. October 1. Wheat— Quieter. Irregular. 2/6, 2/7; ex suburban siding stores, about 2/5. Flour — eteady, £6 10/. Bran and pollard, steady. £4 5/. Oats— Good milling, steady, 2/, 2A; feed, dull, 1/6, 1/7. Barley — Quiet. English, 2/6. 2/7; Caue. 1/10. l/ll. Maize— Slow. 3/. 3/1. ChaH— Steady, £3 10/. £3 15/. Potatoes— Dull. £5, £6 10/. Onions— Weaker. £2 10/. £3. Butter — Firm. 1/4. Cheese — Steady, 8d., 8!id Eggs— S:ow. for Inferior quality. Sd. to lid. Jute — Unchanged.

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BOWLS PENNANT SEASON Arrangements in Hand [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

BOWLS PENNANT SEASON Arrangements in Hand By 'DBAW-SHOT' In this season's programme of pen nant matches, the six divisions will be constituted as follows: — No. 1— Toorak, South Park, Unley Park, Adelaide, Semaphore. Prospect. Adelaide Oval, Sturt, Hawthorn. Lockleys, St. Peters, Alberton, WalkervlUe, Grange, Gawler, and West Park. No. 2— Parkslde. Hlndmarsh, Glenelg Bed, MarryatvUle, Adelaide, Mills wood. Prospect. Brighton, Gler.elg Green. Nor wood, Hawthorn. WalkervUle. South Park. Woodville. Tranmere. and Henley. No. 3— South Park. Adelaide Oval, Too rak, Sturt, Semaphore, Parkslde, Payne Itirn. St. Peters. Kensington Gardens. Nor wood, TTnley Park, Prospect, Railways, Abattoirs, Boeewater, and MarryatvUle. No. 4-^Alberton. Woodville, Toorak, Sturt. Parkslde, Brighton, lockleys. Grange. Glenelg, Mills-wood. St. Peters, MarryatvUle. WalkervUle, rjnley Park, Beade Park, and Kensington Gardens No. 5— Prospect, West Park, Keswlck, Semaphore. Payneham, Hawthorn Choco late. B&...

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BASEBALL CHALLENGE FINAL Goodwood and Kensington [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

BASEBALL CHALLENGE FINAL Goodwood and Kensington By 'SUO&TSTOP' Tomonow, for the second year In suc cession, Kensington and Goodwood wfli meet to decide the destination of the tower cop. The match win be played on the Start No. Z ground at US pan. Although In existence only a few years, the Kensington Club won Us first pre miership last year. Goodwood woo the premiership in 1327, 1928, and 1929. The records of these clubs, whan opposed to each other during the past two years, are decidedly In favor of Kensington. Because of its win against Goodwood in the semi final same, and Its success against Uni versity In the fjnni last Saturday Tr^n*r1'g- ton Is favorite for tomorrows grand chal lenge final Catcbiove Out The premiers will field a side Identical to that which served them In these two matches. Goodwood, however, will be without Caschlove. who has decided to play cricket. His absence win weaken the side, which has not been noted for ex ceptional batting ability. 6. Walter...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

S Today Foy*s bring forward to those seek ing Authentic and Dainty Fashions for Spring and Summer wear a host of re* markable savings in all that is most de sirable this season. .Here you wfli find 8 vast array of FASHIONS, newest creations in Ladies' Frocks, Blouses, ^Y| |^ « Millinery, and Underwear, all marked V Mm *?* «* m% +m*% *% jm-» m- ** +0*M* 1 ?*% A down to prices that represent wonderful KJMIXJW * \J\JM**. M^+M.m Ay +*+**-** THESE GENUINE REDUCTIONS. x* Z2 XS X4 X5 X6 49/6 Silk Marocain Frock X1£5ia(Hes'J?iJ1£ Mafocain Frock, smartly cut with hip A'A I £% yoke, pk»ts to skat and colored front to tone, long VO /tZ sleeves, with extra piece, lined to match front, giving »*?/ |1 29/11 Fancy Art. Silk Frock X2-gaoiber very effective Frock is fashioned in Fancy 4 4* 14 -m Art Silk, long bodice, flareti.skirt and frffl at top of ? O A I ? same; smart front effect, piped with color to tone. Pea- I *§/ I I tuxuig short sleeve with flared cuff, in the latest M V( A A tonings. Siz...

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PROFESSIONAL GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP Youthful Leader of Field [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

PROFESSIONAL GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP Youthful Leader of Field Securing « lead of two strokes on tbe field In the first round, the young Koo yonga assistant. F. Thompson, went on to return « brilliant card of 71 In the after noon, creating a three-stroke lead on Bufus Stewart at the end of the first da? In the professional championship of South Australia, played at Seaton yesterday. Both Bufus Stewart and W. Harvey played mag nificent golf to tbe seventeenth Is their afternoon, rounds, the former vantlng at this stage two fours for a 89 and Harvey two fours for a 70. Both finished weakly. Stewart talcing a 6 and a S and Harvey two sizes. Toogood. who was just behind, had gone out well in 35. tut his 39 home left him a stroke behind Harvey. Next came Thompson, who had picked up a further stroke on tbe field, by being out in 35. He turned for home consistently to he three under fours going to the seventeenth, where he wanted two fours for a 68. Alter a faulty six at the long hole, he recover...

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Cost of Murray Works to Date £8,379,000 Canberra, October 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

Cost of Murray Works to Date £8,379,000 Canberra. October 1. Expenditure on ihe River Murray works up to June 30 lotalied £8,378,000. according to the annual repori of the River Murray Commission, which was tabled in the House of Representatives i today. I The report states that since Septem- | ber last year the men ensaged on the | reconstruction of the Hume dam nave 1 been rationed one week in four. The 1 dam is estimated to cost £5,413,000. Found nanginj in Tunnel. — The body . of Kenneth Hocking 134), of Morgan- i street, Hindmarsh. was found hanging from a rafter in aa underground tun nel at the works of Adelaide Potteries, Limited, Brompton, yesterday morning. He had been employed at the works.

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DIVIDENDS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

DIVIDENDS Dividends recommended by directors ox finally approved by shareholders follow. C denotes dates on which transfer books close. P dates on which payable: — Amalgamated Zl.c at rate 5 per cent. P. Oct. '8. Amalgamated Wireless (A/sla). at rate 6 per cent. P. Oct. 9. Back ot Australasia, 5/, less English In come tax of 4/6 In the £1. P. Oct. 2. Buckley & Nunn, prel. at rate I per cent. C. Oct 3 P. Oct. 10. Chas. Blrks, A prei., at rate 4 per cent. C. Oct. 8. P. Oct. 15. Colonial Gas ord, at rate 6 per cent.: pier , at rate 8 per cent. P. Oct. 8. David Jones, ord, at rate 4 per cent.: first prel.. at rale 6 per cent.: second pref.. at rate 7-,t per cent. P. Oct. 14. E. & W. Hackett. pref, at rate 7 per cent. P Oct. 9. Howard Smith pref.. at rate 6 per cent. P. Oct. 6. Call. Lake View OH. Id P. Oct. 14.

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POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS October 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS ? October 2. UNITED KINGDOM, BDBOPB, CSxXON. EGYPT. INDIA, CHINA.— Baradlne (due London. October 31).— Supplementary. Ti& &remBnfte — letters axul commercial papers, this day, 8 ajn.; 8.30 ajn. Rom railway. ' ? ? UNITED KINGDOM. EOBOPJE, CSXLON, EGYPT. INDIA, SINGAPOBE.— Per Mon golia (due London, November 7) — Par- cels, October 7. 1 pjn.; newspapers and packets trls Prance). October 7. 8 PJn.; newspapers (all-eea route), October 7. € psn.i letters and onmmwlal papers. October 8. 10.30 n m ; late fee. 12 noon. Supplementary, via Fremantle— Seglstered letters. October 8. 6 pjn.; letter* and commercial papers, October 9, 8 ajn.; 930 a-m. irom railway. AUSTBALU - KABACHI - LONDOfJ - EUROPE.— Air mall closes 8 a.m., Satur day, October 3. GJ?.O, connects with Baradlne at ETemant'ie (due Trfnulon, Oc tober 27). Air fee«, Adelaide to Fvtb, 3d. per ',i cz, plus 6d_ per V4 oz- Kara chi-London 01 Egypt, !n addition to ordinary postage. 4d. per li cz. lor P...

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Melbourne Market Melbourne, October 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

Melbourne Market Melbourne, October 1. Today's sales:— Australian consolidate! KtoekTl DX. (1938). £83 10/. £83 15/. £83 £8* National Bank. 100/. 99/; Dennys. Lascciles 9/4; Goldsorougn, 24/6. 25/. 24/tST Cariton Brewery. 25/: Swan Brew ery 43/6; Sllverton Trams, 16/11, 17/,. ArkalBamaW Zinc. 8/B. 8/5: Aust. G'jiSS. 2T^ ™ Proprietary, 13/: Dunlop. 9/. at 2; do (pref.). 21/6; Electrolytic Zinc, 11/1; do' (pref ). 19/. 19/6: G. J. Coles. 28/; Henry ? Jones. 22/fi; Herald. 34/6: Lincoln Mll£(pref.). 12/9. 12A0: Myer (ex dlv.). 17VB 17/5: do. (pref.). 22/; Nestles (prsf, ex dlv.l i 25/4V*. 25/3; Peters (Vic.). 1/6; Broken Hill South. 34/9. 34/V'i. 35/3: do. «weete)r35/. 34A0Vi. 35/4'i; Norttt BrckeTHiil. 49/. 51/3. 51/H4: do. ( 6 weeks), 4S/3 Sl/^'A: Sulphide Corporation. 8/. b/j. Zinc Corporation 23/. 23/3, 23/U4; Mount Lyell. 20?: Ronpibon. 6/3: Tongkab Com pound, 17/8, 17/9; do. (6 weeks). 17£. W'lO; Ironnaxk. S/«. S/9: NewBlue. 10/8. 10/6; «lo. (No. 2). 1/6; Bose Thistle. VZ-. S.A. ...

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Sydney Market Sydney, October 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

Sydney Market Sydney, October 1 TodaVfc sales:— Amalgamated Wireless, buyer 20/: do. (con.), seller 15/6; Australian inscribed stocks. 4 p.c (1934). £84; 4 pt 11938) £83 10/. £83 17/6: 4 p.c. (1941). £89 j 12/f £81 2/6: 4 pc. (1944) £80 15/: 4 p*. j (1950) £78 10/: 4 p.c. (1955). £77; 4 p.c. 1 (1961). £76 5/: New Zealand 5'A p.c. (1937). j £108: 5«4 p.c. (1S36). £111 10/; S« 1 px. : (1937). £111 15/: Australian Bank of Com merce; lS/4'.i; National. 99/6: «io. (£10; naid) £11 9/; New South Wales, £26 5/. i £27 2/6- Union. £7 15/: Mercantile Mutual ! Insurance. 12/9: Australian Gas (A). 94/; j Toohey-s Brewery, 14/; Tooth. 19/6. 19/Hi.i 19/6- A. Hordem. 8/10. 8/8. 8/9: Associated Newspapers. 2/3; do. (pref, ex dlv.). 7/8; Australian Glass. 27/3. 27/6. 27/41i: British Tobacco, 26/l1.i. 26/3; B.H. Proprietary: 12/11: Burns. Phllp. 34/: Colonial Sugar. £38 12/6: Cumberland Paper (ore!.). 7/3; Dunlop-Perdriau. 9/. 9/2; Electrolytic Zinc. 11/; do (prei ). 19/3, 19/4 Vz: Goldsbrough. Moft 2...

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LOANS MORE ACTIVE North Brokens Strong [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

LOANS MORE ACTIVE North Broken* Strong After opening weaker. In sympathy wita the adverse movements registered on Wed nesday In the London markets for lead r.nd silver. Barriers improved on tbe Stock Exchange of Adelaide yesterday. North Broken mil reaching the highest level re corded for nearly 15 months. Moderately free business was written In the chief stocks. Copper and tin concerns remained quiet, and trading in tbe gold division ?was confined to a few lines, with values for the majority somewhat lower. Com monwealths loans supplied turnover to the extent of about £10.000 worth In a steady to firm market, but other Investments were s;ow and mostly easier. . The following table shows how yester day's closing cash sales compared with preceding ones:— Rises Common wealth, 4 per cent., 1941 .. . 7/6 Commonwealth, 4 per cent, 1953 .. .. 10/ Commonwealth. 4 per cent, 1855 .... 15/ B.H. South ? 41id. North B.H. ? 1/6 Sulphide Corporation, ord ? 2lid. Falls Common wealth. 4 per cent.. ...

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YESTERDAY'S STOCK EXCHANGE BUSINESS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

YESTERDAY'S STOCK EXCHANGE BUSINESS Sales, together with markets to 5.15 ojtl for stocks and shares listed on the Stock Exchange of Adelaide, are shown below. In Commonwealth loans, the half yearly periods mentioned refer to due dates of interest payments. Quotations in parentheses relate to previous sales: — COMMONWEALTH LOANS 31b per cent.. 1947. Mar 15-Sept. 15 (£74). S. £75 2/6. 4 ner cent.. 1938, June 15-Dec. IS (£83 10/). B. £83 7/6. S. £83 12/6. sales £83 7/6. £83 10/. 4 Der cent. 1841. May 15-Nov. 15 -£80 12/6). B. £61. S. £81 10/. sales £81. 4 per cent, 1S44. April 15-Oct. 15 C£80). B. £80. S. £81 S/. 4 per cent.. 1947. Mar. 15-Sept. 15. B. £78. 4 per cent, 1950 Feb. 15-Auk. 15. B. £77 10/. S. £79 10/. 4 per cent.. 1953. Jan. 15-July 15 (£76 15/). B. £76. S. £77 10/. sales £77 Sf. 4 per cent, 1955. June 15-Dec 15 (£78). E. £76 7/6. sales £76 15/. 4 per cent.. 1957. May 15-Nov. 15 (£77), B. £76 10/. S. £77 15/. sales £76 15/. 4 oer cent, 1959. April 15-Oct. 15. B. £76 12/6. ...

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