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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 19 March 1914

RIFLE SHOOTING. Musketry shooting will commence on .Wednesday next. Members are requested to fire the course as soon »b possible. Members will be iu attend since on receipt of notice.

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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ODD MENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 19 March 1914

ODD MENTION. Forgetting euro and loss, We hamcward turn at evening seek ing rest, Surcease of sorrow, ,ind a refuse blast.— Courage to bear life's cross. Surcno the moon shines origji, The flowers close their jotals; nilgai.-, keoo Their loving vigils u'er us. and we sleep Safo through the long, still night. One good job well done beats a dozen that are "gocd enough." He is not kind to his children who does all of their work for them. Yesterday must be handled very care fully and gingerly when v.-o would try to make it fit to-day. Keep an old cap and coat hanging up in tho barn to slip on when you have a dusty job to do. Cover the better clothes with a cloth of some kind while doing this work. There are just as good people living on the nest farm as you will ho likely to find anywhere. Be neighborly with them. Some folks seem to think that boys arc like postage stamps when it comes to doing little jobs around home—tlioy need to-bo lioked to make them stick. It isn't so always. A sta...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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Sporting News. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 19 March 1914

Sporting News. CRICKET. . The District team (late the Pen men) -will take on Ballan ou Satur-' day next, on the local ground. The game will start at 2 p.m. Ballan's eleven will be chosen from:— M. O'Heliir, S. Lay, Jas. Kennedy Dr Blaubaum, E. Walters, J. Cooper, S. Goodwin, J. Hanrahan, C. Robbing 11. Rowlands, N. Benuett, SJ. Lay, T. Gurry, G. Elliott. • The Greendale club journeyed to Blackwood on Saturday last, to play the return match, the result being a win for Greondale by 14 runs. After the mutch, the visitors were, as usual, the guests4 of the home team, and everyone did good, justice to tho excellent dinner provided at Mrs Byers', tho catering being in that lady's hands. Appendod are the scores;— | GREENDALE. .Tk. Whelan, b Skinner ... 23 A. Main, c Crotliers.'b Hnyden ... 1 It. Lidgett, b Hayden 0 G. Graham, b Cummings ... 9 V. Peters, b Cuiuiuings ... 0 Jer. Whelan, run out ... 0 G. Allen, b Goodge ... 10 Jk. O'Shea, b Haydeu ... 13 H. Lidgett, not out ... 3 W. Linsdell,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 19 March 1914

Robert Fumeii, •xtUvZ-ii'. AliOliLiUUIiisii 6'1'iiA.V.oliij iJOiil-'AiS V. & SHIPPING AGZXZ. iiSOjiAGE ±'UK l'£OCUO i;, ; yi'i'iJ.a b, -D'l'C. Loai Coal WaUlo Bark purchase in any tjuazititics, Telephone, 120$. . .►! <)0'A -vBOOfi S3T£P.BX. ar,^Lnr:(; PERMANENTLY CURES Hydatids, Liver and KIdneyTroubles, Oastric UJccrs, Internal Growths. 3/6 and 5/0 per bottle. Chemists and Stores. S. A. PALMER, vil FT.INDERS LANK, MEI «nnahf* IN' STUDYING YOUR DRESS, STUDY YOUR POCKET TOO i I Don t Pay Higher i'rict^ for Suit* no Baiter thau Mi mi! I ilc-al strictly for Cash, cun scquently 1 have 110 >,.,<1 <Jtb;= for which you have to pav. I import all niy materials tiiii-ci from tho manufacturer, ami make nil Suits ■ 'Im?'/) Mmi 001 u i my own premises. I cau give you a largo assortment of slwuU-s to vIlOOEO from in jfaiicy tiooigns >q.I 'iV\ tho very btwt i\\\v <~W<\ twc-ixls, wotat ■ * \\\ Vic-ujiai, I-.!-,Twills, and tla ■"^^...

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WOMEN'S INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 19 March 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS. (By "Ainbiosiuii,") Tile average h'reiiekwoiuundresses in nothing but ratiuo or iu sorno cloth hi tho sumo family, knowu Under thu naino ui volours-ue-lainu, or velpeen, but always very much tho sauio thing to look at. Slio luu» it made iuto a 'unny Jittlo tailor-made and trimmed with buttons "ami i;ur collar and cutfs, i and with it alio wears a chiffon blotibe jiii tlio sauio colour over u very ligm | colored chiffon lining. When it n cold sho adds a stole and mulf to hoi' toilette, and her hat will probably be in velvet to match tho costume. Thus turned ouc, 'io will bo sufficiently "dressed" for shopping, visiting in tlio ordinary way, or lor a tea in an liuiel or tea-room. Her shoes will have | .-liort patont-loather vamps and cloth j toiis, and her gloves will tie either yel <«»' or mastic suede. If quite young, shu will wear hey throat bare, if she has passed her first youth sho will have " '"gh guimpn, It is considered far li' Lter tasto to be d...

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A Simple Cure for Indigestion. How a Reader Obtained Wonderful and Immediate Relief from an Ordinary Antacid. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 19 March 1914

A Simple Cure for Indigestion. How a Reader Obtained Wonderful and Immediate .Relief from an • Ordinary Autaeid. Sufferers from indigestion will bo interested in a letter by Mr EL Cud deford, _60 George street, Euston road, Loudon, who, having suffered terribly from stomach trouble, quick ly cured himself by a simple remedy. Mr CuddofQrd writes:—"I have suf fered from iudigastior) and constipa tion for over live years, and it has been getting worse every year. For the last twelve months I have suf fered dreadful pain. I have been at tending a doctor for three years, but i I got no bettor. I have also been attending Middlesex Hospital, still I got no better. Pood I dare not touch and I began to get properly run down. I could not continue my work; I tried remedies of every kind, but of no uso; in fact, I ofteu wished mysolf dead. I wis looking at a paper one day and saw bisuratcd magnesia recommended for indiges tion and stomach troubles, so I thought I would try it. After the first f...

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A SCOTCHMAN IN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 19 March 1914

A SCOTCHMAN fN AUSTRALIA. Some cjood stories dealing with 'o SttiiOy M'Uac. who emigrated , fto Australia some fifty years M". ■liru told by u correspondent 01 J The people's Friend." Sandv M'Kae < .says-Die writer ) went out to the colonies m when he was 16 years old. He had little or no cash on landing and had to gvt. «. job in Melbourne »t once. he managed to obtain In au aerated water manufactory at 10 s. U ('av. aU the assistants with the exception of another lad wore " old hands ( i. c.. convicts ) so "» course, the hoys were trnsuOV>> their masters rather more than ihij would otherwise have been. The boss " used to get lemonade out from homo by the dozen at least the bottles were all marked with some aerated water name, but in reality only the outer row was what was stated. '1'110 "'s' °f ^ bottles were filled with whisky. The man was simply tx smuggler and those two hoys had to take ehaijre of 1'ie cases from off the ships, get tHov down to the cellar, and t...

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Cycling and Motor Notes. AUSTRALIAN AND ENGLISH. Dunlop Rubber Co. Ltd. Melbourne [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 19 March 1914

Cycling and Motor Notes. AUSTRALIAN AND ENGLISH. Duutop Rubber Co. LtJ . .Mjlbouruo ttde Dun}op tyros—tliey are tho tel. i This year's Grand Pi'ix set; down p: running oa July -ith, promises to |e one of the most spectacular and lo«l keenly contested motor car road pees yet held ia the world. The | hlendid total of 39 entries has al- i Riiv been received, and there may j let be others at doublo foes. This i Jew's race will be held 011 a 23 j j Wes circuit near Lyons (franco), j mien will bo negotiated twonty |Kes, making a total of about 470 ' ski. The contest \yill be a thor- j sjHy international one, as the fol- j ug fine countries will be repro- | ei'.—France, with 1'2 cars; Ung- I i, with six; Germany, with eight; j P»lj, with nine; Belgium, with two; | "iSfiiUeriand, with two. Oue o£ fe moat interesting features of the "w will bo tho re-entry o£ the Mer c»r into the racing world, this !g the first occasion upon which peat Caastaff firtn have raced a linee carrying oft the Grand...

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SCOTTIE'S LITTLE TRICK. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 19 March 1914

- SCGTHE'S UTILE'TRICK, A rnnn.v Sent.. finding his gus bill jn udvattre of his slender means, con ceived lb'.- idea of attaching a pair of billows lo one of the burners, clown whi' h he blew for a consider able lime daily. with the object, of snaking I he n.eUT reverse its action. In due course. the inspector arriv ed. ;>iid ii(iun examining the meter Veil l.mk :-inayed. I'p.'ii the Hciit asking him how li lit* was in I lie company's debt, ih'' inspector replied, with a Iled look : " Hoots, moil, the company owe* ^■uii teii and snxpenre ! "

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 19 March 1914

■ ° = = A =' = Free Trip to Ballarat SATURDAY, 21st MARCH. To every Excursionist with the iiailway Picnic to Ballarat on Saturday, 21st March, who makes a Cash Purchase of Five Pounds (£5) or over at thei New Arcade, corner Sturt and Armstrong Sts., Ballarat, R. Tuabridge and Sons will refund the price of their iiailway Picnic Ticket. To obtain up=to=date Dependable Furniture, Dining Room Suites, Bedsteads, Linoleums, Electroplate, Stoves, Mantel= pieces, Carpets, Curtains, and everything required in General x Household Furnishings at SPECIAL EXCURSION SALE PRICES. Be sure and Visit the New Me. Three Commodious Floors, stocked with the newest and best House . Furnishings. Up-to-date Automatic Passenger electric lift. Public ' Telephone, Ladies' Lavatories and Retiring Koom, &c., &c. R. Tunbridge and Sons, Sturt and Armstrong Streets, ^ BALLARAT. - x

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 19 March 1914

Commonwealth JfeBank of BustvaUa HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY AH.Hank Is npon for »tt cl«ws of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS at EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE >lao Sydney, Canberra, Perth, Holmrt, Hrinbrine, Ilockhimpton, TowntvSlle, and kondoa. flfctile mmJe to. *»») grafts drawn on foreign phmi direct. Foreign bllli »«rotl*t*d'*sd • collecled. Lstton of rfredil issued to any part of ih» world. Dili* netfotlut*! or forwarded for collection. Ii.™kiiiL' and I.xchanyc Ihuiuess of every description tranaacted within th« Comma* wenltli, United Kingdom a'-'' .inroad. Current aco'liit* opened. Int«r«H I'aM oji Ax«J depoalu. Advances made aRainst approval aecnritlei. ^ . SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Victorian Oantral Offlcai 3I7 COLLINS STRICT, MILBOURNC. Branches In tho ahorc cities and 2,000 AEonelai »v fon Ollkea tliTOuichoht the Commonwtaltk.: - Doposlta from !/• to £300. Interaat nt 3por arlnum. Deposits or Withdrawals may be made at sn.r h or Acncv within thi'-Oommonweallh J\)IE5 KKM. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 19 March 1914

i!B1* ' J''HH b.ib!c:T friend— autl inotiicrs* friend , 11 f -1 KVitQ ton. Bc!,I remedy for Z{l£~l£tcctUiag children. iici f:• relieving fcvrrlr.hne.vs, Irctf ulnca, Piii'ti • > «constipation, .lucf prc ventif.gr Convn Ir.ions. Contain no morphia. BRIf.J fj f J? Absolutely safe for tlie r U W younRtst infant. Good *^r- " f:'" c'..'rr chiMrcn too. AllCdenlsu. I .- rerP»ck»i. «5S^i^®^53SE?;XT:.,-~:ZiSSSSI2

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THE MAGNETIC IRON SANDS OF CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 19 March 1914

THE MAGNETIC IRON SANDS OF CANADA. Tin.' Department of Mines at Otiawa lias recently published an account ot tile magnetic iron sands at Xatashlnvan, Quebec, Canada. Thero aro several deposits of magnetic iron sand on tlie north shoro of the Gull' of St. Law rence, beginning at the mouth of the l'ortneuf Kiver, opposito llimouski ami leather l'oint, tho pilot and first call point for St. Lawixnco steamers pro cri-diiiE west, and stretching for over •100 mill's at intervals, eastward alone the north shoro. The only deposits ol real magnitude as yet discovered r.ri! those at tho mouth of the Groat Nat ushkwnn River, 100 miles east of Father Point. Four rnilos west of this plueo is n good harbour protected from all winds, and with fivo fathoms of wuter close iu shoru. This harbour, which is at tlio mouth ot tho Little INatasliktvan lliver, is open from May till the middle of November, and has a Government wharf and tel.graph station. These facts, especially that relating to thi period ...

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FEEDING DAIRY COWS. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 19 March 1914

FEEDING DAIRY COWS. Tim English Field says :—The increas ed prominence that is given to the ques tion of feeding dniry cons is indicative of tho growing importance of dairy funn ing and of tho closer intention that is devoted to economy in production. The experiments curried out at the agricul tural college:;, and particularly at the Armstrong, ihe Wye, and tile II i.per Adam a Colleges, liavei ntcusihcd, if they did not actually originate, the wider interest that is now manifested In this subject. It is evident* that the teacliing : f the eollego experiments has not licen ig nored north of the Tweed. Tho Scot tish fanner is no exception in that ho does not change his methods quickly or with'out a prnspift of resulting Vnofit; but like his neighbors in the South, he is eager to discover a means c econo mising expenditure and augu tenting income. \Ylrlo ho docs not put asido f tho plans evolved from long ixpeKotice, ' under tho peculiar conditions of liu . holding, ho is over oil tli...

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CYCLE SUNDRIES [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 19 March 1914

CYCLE SUNDRIES Pattern Asies, bracket, I/O frou, (jj back ,p Braoket Cups, 0d; ConT I/OBV.k..« 15$ V, couUum;,, .1/, 1/3! ii0t^ 2/?„to 8/«i Chains, 4o; KenoMs Block, 4/11; Boiler, 5/6 tv .,'ir /V'r0WV?/6; Pt'rl7> first qual 'iyu; Chain Grease, la* Tn« i11inc —Ueposo, 10d; John ilui] ' 6d; Wire, 6dj 100 Swaps 9d 1/ l/i Trousers U.ps, bauds, Id: plated, 3d; lock, 6d; o«'ng ? f 6/6, Hartley 8/0; Hector ■J,r' ?Sflom,H J3' Veoder' 10.000 miles, Trip, latest model, 7/6; Dress Colds, It! yds., Gil. Mesh Drc&s Guards I 1/, 1/3, I/U. ! Enamel—Hartley, black, Od ; illume*, black or colors, (id; i'Viiaio Protectors, l<l; Kadie Coaster Froo Wheel, com plete, witli enamelled or plutcd rim, -1/; I'Vco Wheel Clutches, 1/11, 2/O; Perry's, 3/G; U.S.A., 4/6; Handle Bars, American Adjustable, 4/0; Kelly's 1 in., 7/(i; in.; 8/6; HuBsey, 2$ in., G/0; Knglish Ivlajor Taylor, 7/9, 8/0. Cyole Horns. 1/11, 2/11, 3/(5. liaudlo 'lips, 3d, 0<1, Indostructiblo Od, i/; Kancy Cell...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 19 March 1914

A.N.A. SPORTS, Bacchus Marsh. Easter Monday, 13th April, 1914. (Weather Permitting.) Pkocef.ps in aid op Bui lot so Fl">'d. PSESIDENT—Ms J. A. CoN'NOn. Vice-Pbesipeut—Dr W. B. Ryan. PROCESSION PRIZES : Post entry free. No competitor may take more than oue prize. To parade from the Shire Hall at 11 a.m. sharp. Judged in the Showgrounds. 1—Best Pressed Mounted Character (Ollieial costumes not eligible), list, £1; 2nd, 15a; 3rd. 10s. 2—Best JJresscd Character (on foot) 1st 12s 6d; 2nd. 7s Oil 3—Most Novel or Comical Character— 1st, lorf; 2nd, 10s; 3rd, 5s 4—Most Novel or Comical Group.' Not less thau 3. 1st, £3; 2nd, All; 3rd, 10s. 5—Most Comical Group. Not less than 3. For boys under 10 years. 1st, A'!; 2nd, 15s; 3rd, IDs. ^ 6—Special l'rizes for hoys under 10. 7—Special Prizes for other items deemed jgworthy of a prize. 8—l"oot Knee, 130 yards. Open handi cap. 1st, £4; 2nd, £1. Entry, 4s 9—l;oot Race, 220 yards. Open handi cap. 1st, £2; 2nd, 10s. Entry, Is 10—Members' Foot Bitce, ...

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CYCLES [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 19 March 1914

U.YR'J No. 2, JLCi/6/-. UAiCI LEV No. 2, £0/6/-. HAM LEY No. 2, i'6/6/-. HARTLEY No. 2, JUO/6/-. Builv throughout ol English lirsv quality pa Hern fittings. Eadie fre« wheel; tilled with Oceanic or Wynfjeei tvio;-. tluiirautied for throe years. Liulv'j, -Models, £1 extra. HAIM'EEY No. 1, £10/10/-. UAKTl.EY No. 1, £10/10/-. HARTLEY No. 1, £10/10/-. HARTLEY No. 1. £10/10/-. HARTLEY" No. 1, £10/10/-. Unit tiiniuguout ot genuine li.S.A. Sittings, Kudio coaster freo wheel, buy of tyre. Guaranteed for three yea!*. HAit'I i'iEV SPECIAL, £12/12/-. HARTLEY SPECIAL, £12/12/-. IIAHTLEY SPECIAL, £12/12/-. HARTLEY SPECIAL, £12/12/-. IIAIiTLKY SPECIAL, £12/12/-. limit throughout of genuine B.S.A. linings, Eadio coaster tree wheel, any ni.iko in tyres, any saddle, any chain, un.v handles. Guaranteed for livo years.. Inspection Cordially Invited. WHITE FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES.

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Gordon Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 19 March 1914

■ Gordon Sports. A sports and picnic' meeting wa^ held at Gordon on St. Patrick's Day, proceeds being in aid of the Mechan ics' Institute building fund. The woather was beautifully fine, and the attendance fair, £12 being taken at the gate. The results were as fol lows:— DISTRICT HACK RACE T. Hishon's Tarry (L. Walters) 1 D. Lilley's Master Togos (King) 2 \V. White's You're the One (Kohn) 3, Betting—2 to 1 on Tarry. Won easily. OPEN TROT. C. "Jones'" Val (J. Alford) ... 1 P. Bourke's Ginger (Owner) ... 2 Betting—-Evona Val. Won by 50 yards. TROT & GALLOP. 0. "Jones'" Val (Alford) ... 1 B. Cahir's Carswoll (Cahir) ... 2 P. Bourke's Ginger (Rae) ... 3 Master Togos was first past the post, but was disqualified for continu-. ously galloping, and the race awarded to Val. The bookmakers refused to, pay, and returned all bet». OPEN HACK RACE. T. Hishon's Tarry (Walters) ... 1 D. Shelley's Master Togos (Galvin) 2 W. White's You're the One (Kohn) 3,, Won by 20 lengths. MAIDEN FOOT RA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 19 March 1914

HARTLEY BROS., PROP, LTD. dt'ORTS & CYCLE STORES, 149 SWANS'i'ON STREET, MELBOORNE. Mention this I'apor. W. MORGAN $ CO. '.'50-0 SWANSTON-ST, MELBOURNE. Telephone, 1006. Manufacturers of Tents, TorpanlinB, Eiok Covers, i'lugs, etc. Also, all of tlio above can bo had on Hire. Veran dah and -Window Ulinda a Speciality. Importers of Canvas. Duck, Twin# Rnnlitig, »tn. PIXIE'S PLANTS awoSvSJIr® A r-otAiufil Marvel. E«b little Pit b filled vilb fliotl *ad cDstain* Uvo seed* thai ' •ifoivuily ia 48 t/iw Me# v«t«rcd, tfcnnrtaf «ut tender fcrcea ihoot* tsa pupW caiared ftpnjn to «a araulctfty tUnci ttaw. h* u4 mm, tbaui l>( (ucb rtljr p*rt«4 la «s«ton «(tli fall abcctJutii lot --tyt tttgc ujrwbeic. schreck's poultice. , schreck's poultice. CAN CUBE TUBERCULAR JOINTS, P018 ONED SORES, ABSCESSES, BOILS, CARBUNCLES, JAR, WHITLOW, SPRAINS, BlH'.K* AND BAD LEGS. ■ All Chemists 1/0 and 5/0. •■"MJlKRtiAND ROAD, PASCO if v u » rnuab rnnrvo t CENUiKB CtTxCfH —, tio» 11 Ibc Timt lo, I'UoMot...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 19 March 1914

Ftsoenix Blue Twill Worsted Suits \ |*/ The Perfection of Ready Tailored Clothe* . • • THIS ■■ the Bigge>t ol All CloHiin® V«1dm—th* finetft of Blue Suita for 45/-. It grraa you an extra (odd, all wool, Blu# Twill Worked of fine appearance, colour-faift and long wearing* » with all that perfection •( ftyle ifld workmanship which you would expect only tl • muck higher cost la fit, a carefully paded ayatem of «m •nmtm aetia faction to men of all figures. Fox No. 4 Serge Suits (M7 •* Vw) Suit* San 3 to 7—89/0 Ltrfn—42/6 TroiMcfci 3 tm 7—13/9 Largt—18/* b »t<Mm Iv mtH, irate. dM* to«M» hs PHOENIX CLOTHING COl 347-9 King St, Mel bourn* FhcitaB (Mm) • MfOW MH LIVE STOCK INSURANCE ALL CLASSES OF STOCK INSURED AGAINST DIvVI'll EKOM' ANY CAUSE. FOALING RISKS COMMENCING WITH ATTEMPT TO FOAL AND DEATH PROM ANY CAUSE THERE AFTER. rfATBH.LOWEST CURRENT. CLAIMS PROMPTLY PAID. ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED WHERE NOT REPRESENTED APPLY TO DALGETY S CO., LTD.. MELBOURNE.

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