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FROM BEHIND HEDGES THEY SHOOT AT THE PRODUCERS [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

FROM BEHIND 'HEDGES THEY SHOOT AT' THE PRODUCERS All sorts of remarkable letters bear ing on the Metropolitan Moat Board aro appearing in the city papers. It sedma that there are innumerable city people who can tell the Government : just ? what to do aboufc'.^the Board, but- it is petjoliar that most of; them seem ? to' iiave a down on the primary pro ducers. ?: . ' ? ? The, writers almost invariably rev mark 'that the Government can be trusted to do the right thing, but they almost as invariably, insist upon tell ing the 'Government not to b© misled. . by the primary producers. It, seems that many of the writers aro more in tent on keeping the producers out than getting the right men in. . Most of the letters aro signed by pen-names, of course. That is what you would expect; Possibly the writers of the letters feeTTthat if ;'they signed their own names their opinions would not carry the slightest weight with ' Possibly, on the - other handr if their . real names ..wore signed, the ...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

DAIRY PRODUCE. BUTTER : Choicest 163/4 per cwt., plus boxes and cartage. BACON: Sides 1/5, flitohoa 1/4V6. middles 1/7, shoulders /ll to )/-; special brands, middles 1/7, flitches J./4W, sides 1/5. HAMS: Local, single cloth 1/7 to 1/9& special brands, In seed, 1/10%, single cloth 1/9%. CHEESE: Local, prime loaf, / 10VS, prjme large, / 10, Kamerujca 1/1. EGGS: New-laid,' nice graded lots, 2/3; pullets' 1/8 to 1/9, according to size; north eon rivers. South Codst ajid railways, 2/-; duck, new-laid, 2/1 per doz., according to size. BEESWAX: Choice 1/3 to 1/6 per lb. . HONEY: Choioo /6 to jWu good / 5 to /& inferior from /4. LARD: Bulk 1/-, packets to 1/1; special brands, bulk 1/1, packets 1/lVi per lb. POULTRY': Railway and river consign ments: Odd bees, 3/- to 4/-; rooatera, young 6/. to 7/-;' others 5/- to 8/-1P Muscovy drakes, 8/- to 10/-; ducks, young, 4/6 to 6/6.; old 3/6; turkeys, hens; 10 j. to 14/-; gobblers, 15/- to 35/-; pigeons /9 to 1/-.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

MI MMTOM.S Either Bolted or Soldered 'ill jgp The material in these Ta^ka is all 'ORB' lBt quality S?£» SSI Iron, 24 G. Corrugated forJsides, and 24 G. plain for gSgg |g§g bottom, -with 26 G. 'ORB' for tops. All necessary sg 5=35 Solder and Rivets or Bolts and Felt Packing, accord 35571 f Eg ine to kind of Tank supplied, also Tap. i|fp We can give special quotes for Tank Material in l§§3 '?*** every other gauge Iron required, either heavier or 181 lighter. -7 ?rSy' All other sizes in proportion. ? Galls. Soldered and Bolted. Galls. Soldered and Bolted. Riveted. Riveted. 500 . . £3 6 6 £3 18 10 1500 . . £6 S 0 £6 18 6 600 . . 3 12 0 4 4 5 2000 .. 7 16 0 8 2 4 800 ' . . 4 4 0 4 13 0 3000 .. 9 16 0 10 1211 1000 .. 4 12 0 5 5 8 4000 ..12 6 0 12 18 2 1200 ..5 7 6 5 16 11 5000 .. 14 5 0 15 0 4 Save Plumbers — Bolted Tanks Guaranteed Won't Leak , Tank material can now be got ready to be bolted together, so that it is not necessary to employ a plumber. Why pay, a plumber to construct jrour ...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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WEATHER REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

WEATHER REPORTS. The following Information is compiled from the weather bulletins issued by the Weather Bureau each morning. In the 'barometer' columns will be found the reading corrected and brought down to sea-level of the barometers at that station at 9 a m on the mornings named. The 'thermometer' Is the reading of the . . dry bulb thermometer taken at the same' time, while ''weather' is the weather observed at that time. The 'wind' column shows the direction of the wind ana Its strength at 9 a.m. on the last day of the period. The final column shows the height and movement either of the river at that particular town, or the state of the sea when the station is on the sea coast, for the last day of the period. f] ' Barometer. | Thermometer! Weather. | Wind. | 'River ' Station '|i Tues | Wed | Thu | Tue\ved|Thu| T. | W. | T. | Thu | . ' Thu wnemnl-i ? 7iTT0704 I 29.96'T2^~93 I 71 C7 | 65 | C | Fc | C i Calm I 16.6R WentwSrth . 30.11 29.96 29.98 | 68 63 | 71 | F | F | F NE1. I 7.0 ...

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THE WHEAT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

THE WHEAT MARKET. Sydney's wheat markets were still inactive towards the middle of the week, millers wishing to replenish stocks were offering 4/8J a bushel, Darling Har bour basis. A fair export enquiry was manifest -for flour, the general quota tion being £10 per ton, f.o.b., in sacks. Locally, the price was unchanged at £11/5/-, but sellers had no difficulty in getting £6. Pollard was steady at the same rates. Private cables reveal a generally easier position overseas.^ London is reported quiet, with prices 3d to Gd per quarter cheaper. Chicago May options have fallen a further 5-16d and stood at 4/6 5-8, and July options were 3-16d cheaper at 4/6 5;16. Argentine wheat was slightly easier in London. Adelaide quotations foi? growers' lots, at latest advices, were 4/4 to 4/4}, and 4/7 for millers' parcels, on truck Port Adelaide; shipping parcels, 4/7 i f.o.b., but these prices were purely nominal. Melbourne market was firm at 4/6i to 4/74 per bushel. Arrivals of breadstuffs at Dar...

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FARM PRODUCE MARKETS SUSSEX STREET & ALEXANDRIA THE WEEK'S SALES DAY BY BAY [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

1 ? ? ; ? ? 'J 11^ j/i ^ |\r j: ^ THE WEEK'S sales BAY BY BAY ' Dairy produce sold well in Sussex-st. on Tuesday. The egg market was well balanced. Bacon was in small supply and most houses were unable to supply requirements-. Butter was weaker-. In the forage,, and grain sections of the street business was dull. South African maize, for which there were tew buyers, contmueu to nuctuate. Oats were hard to quit at 5s per bus hel for white and 4s for Tasmanian , Algerians. Heavy supplies of lopal Al gerians had been in supply for some days. Potatoes were slower. Fur ther arrivals of onions caused the price to recede from 10s to £1 a ton. A large yarding of very inferior pro duce was in evidence at Alexandria, and prices showed an all-round weakening. . On 'Wednesday dairy produce busi ness was still active. The egg supply showed a further shrinkage, and prices were advanced 3d per dozen all round. Bacon supplies were heavier but was still far behind the demand. The market for forage o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

Q&lvmnicod TO) Corrugated Jl %J/JL ^1 American 26 Gauge t©m. £23/10/' -J: 1st QaaHty ENGLISH, 26 Gauge - £28j7[6 ton ' V Immediate Delivery from Stocks now in Store ars^' }Qr~ ton and 'air 10ft lengths 20/- ton extra, SKd 5 E0°d °rder and condition. Writo for F. - W.- WILLIAMS AND CO., LTD., 41 Hunter Street, Sydney* SITUATIONS WANTED. ADVERTISER. ' . with 12 years' experience N.S.Wi and Queensland, at present hold, ing position as- Station Overseer, North Queensland, -wants position as MAN AGER. Competent and reliable sheep man, and oxpcrienced with bores, wind mills and machinery. Go anywhere. Personal and mitten refs. For further particulars apply to 'ACCELERATION, o/o this office. Ex. A.I.F. Offioer. — ACCOUNTANT, with farming, and storekeeping exp., married, desires position BOOK-KEEPER and STOREKEEPER on STATION. Wife re fined; would act Governess or assist with children, if necessary. 'AUDIT,' c/o Gordon and Gotch, Melbourne. WANTED, by Young Man (23), position JAOKER...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

STEEL DROPPERS [(Patented all over the World.) S Awarded 1st Prizes and Gold Medals everywhere they have competed with other §j| Droppero. Cheaper than wood. Strongest Steel Droppers made. Pf Self-locking, No Ties, No Wedges, No Staples. Any Tie means inconvenience, ||j ?more labour, forms crevices to hold the moisture, causes rust, and adds to the cost of pk erection and maintenance. lA ' They are made (unless otherwise required) so that Wires can be Strained through j|b the Droppers, thus avoiding great' inconvenience and loss of time incurred by having to ||! remove all Droppers first and replace them afterwards when repairing or re-straining ||| your fences. ^ |ij They can be got in any length, Spaced for any number of Wires, to suit any fe Fence, to your own order, at Short Notice. vy Cheaper ihasa any other similar 1st Class Steel Dropper By using Droppers you can save every alternate post— for instance, instead of 3 posts each 16in. apart (33ft.), you only uee 2 posts and Dro...

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GOULBURN SPECIAL CATTLE AND SHEEP SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

GOULBURN SPECIAL CATTLE AND 8HEEP SALE. O. H. FURNER and CO., report one of the most successful special stook sales con ducted by the firm. The yarding comprised about 350 cattle and 16,000 sheep. Buyers were in attendance from Yass, Gundagai. The Rook, Nubba, Bombaju, Queanbeyan, Tumut, Braidwood, Moss Bale, Wagga, The Bland, Young, Harden, Murrumburrah, Cootamundra( Binalong, Jincumbilly, Wal lendbeen, Nimitybelle, Quandialla, Crook well, Roslyn, also t*. large number of local and district men. Th^ cattle sale, which started at 11.30, though prices were firmer than previous special Bale, did no show the pronounced rise wbioh ' the sheep sale did in the after noon The yarding comprised principally ?young cattle. Bullocks, 4 and 5 years, to 438 12a 6d; 3-year-old steers to £6 18s; hei fers, £2 17s 6d to £4 2s; oows £3 5s to £5 5a j 1 and 2 years beigers and steers, £1 15s to £2 17b 6d; poddies, £1 5s to £1 12b 6d. Sheep : 'About 16,000 yarded, and with tho exception of 2 small yards...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

Blow- fly. Why on earth pay 8/- or 9/- Gal? Money can't buy an absolute preventative. There Is a fortune waiting for the man who can produce one. Therefore Don't waste your money. A station at Jerilderie ordered last month — 'SCO gallons Kelpie Fly Mixture. Send immediately.' Price: 4/6 gal. Antiseptic 'KELPIE' FLY-BLOWN SHEEP OIL i This mixture leaves the wool nice, and soft, so that It can be easily shorn, and does' not dry hard and harsh, making It Impossible to shear. This mixture has been very successful wherever used, and, being of THIN COMPOSITION, dresses a large number of sheep to tho gallon. A ? ? Soothing, Healing ? dulck-Actlng OH, without any severe, harsh effect on the wool or wound. . I From A. H. . FORTESCUE, 'Ros«lea,' Yamble, Gulgong, 20th September, 1921:. 'Please forward-mo two. more tins of 'Kelpie' Fly Oil. I. find the mixture very, good, ' effective, healing; also seems to hunt ^ly away.' ? F. W. WILLIAMS & CO., LTD., 44 Hunter St., vSyrney.

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Country Stock Markets BRINGENBRONG ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

[?] brincenbronc estate. The much talked about Peter Mitchell Trust— a Trust for providing prizes in com petition for -well-developed girls and young men and for sailors, soldiers, and the N.S.W. police — has for its principal as3et the Brin eonbrong Estate, in the Upper Murray. This ?whate has been in the hands of the Mitchell family for a great many years, and finally became the sole property of the late Peter Mitchell. It waa famed for its cattle and blood horses— Trafalgar, Dyed Garments, GiU&matong, Munderah, Corroboree and many others. Part of it is now to be sold . and the occasion is one of great interest to those desirous of taking advantage of tho rare opportu nity to secure a holding in the Upper Murray. The Upper Murray valley ia like Sydney Harbour— each has great beauty, each is a sound anchorage— the one for farmere and graziers, the other for ships. The excellent climate, the immense fertility of the land, the beautiful scenery, the clear running waters fresh...

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SUN AND MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

SUN AND MOON. SUN. MOON. Ris.s. Sees. ? Rises: Sets. Day of Week. a.m. p.m. p.m; a.m.f Fri., Mch. 14 . b.i3_ ... 67i6~.T^04 ... 11. '8 Sat., Mch. 15 . 5.53 ... 614 .... 2.4 ; ... — a.m.' Sun., Mch. 16 ... 5.54 ... 6.13 ... 2.51 ... 12.38 Mon.. Mch. 17 5.55 ... 6.11 ... 3.36 ... 1.32 Tues., Mch. 18 '5.55 ... 6.10 ... 4.18 ... 2.29 Wed., Mch. 19 . 5.56 ... 6.9 ... 5.0 ...' 3.30 Thur., Mch. 20 5.57 ... 6.7 ... 5.40 ... 4.33 Fri., Mch. 21 . 5.58 ... 6.6 ... 6.19 ... 5.37 Sat., Mch. 22 . 5.59 ... 6.6 ... 6.58 ... 6.43 Sun., Mch. 23 . 5,59 ... 6.3 ... 7.38 ... 7.50 Mon., Mch. 24 . 6.0 ... 6.2 ..._ 8.23 ... 8.57 Full Moon : March 21 at 2.30 p.m. ' New Moon: April 4 at 5.17 p.m.

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SYDNEY WOOL SALES THIS WEEK'S PRICES AND DETAILS Following are the details of sales at auction since Monday (and privately) this week:— [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

[?] THIS WEEK'S PRICES AND. DETAILS Following are the details of sales at auction since Monday (and privately) this week: — , Wlndreombe, Carson, Ltd. GREASY. JMCWWALOHA/NEW ENGLAND, .wo 9 at 32d JL/rBDMBUBRA/YASS. U 6 at 32%d OL/M/YASS, ue 20 at 32-/4d JB/B/NEW ENGLAND, aaawh 5 at 33Vid e/W ALOHA/NEW ENGLAND, aaaw 10 at 34V6d ' . ?YASS/ES (Binalong) aaae 5 at 34?id, aae 5 at 319id, f 6 at 32Vid AB/NEW ENGLAND, aaaf 5 at 32-1 WWT/BYNG, ewh IB at 32Vid HJS/DOVEOOTE, h 5 at 31d, ew 18 at 29%d TJW/NEW ENGLAND, sup aaaw 13 at 34d, sap aaahw 5 at 35d, sup aaae 7 at 34%d, fp . 5 at 29 '.id -JJ/BD, ewh 17 at 29%d NWT/NEW ENGLAND (Walelia), h 5 at 32V£d AES/CADDXGAT, h 9 at 32d, w 6 at, 30%d, e 15 at 31%d OS/NEW ENGLAND, aaa 11 at 35d NEW ENGLAND/ VEB (Armidale), sup com h 7 at 37d, aa com e 13 at 34d, aa com e 6 at 31d, a com e 7 at 30%d, broken e 10 at 31d, 1st p 14 at 28%d, p 6 at 25%d, ble 5 at 28-,id, lox 5 at 1SVA ^ JP/YAVEN (Adelong), h 7 at 37d, J 8 at 32V4d, let p 12 at 34Wd JC/O/S...

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THE FORECASTS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

THE FORECASTS. The following forecasts by the State Meteorologist (Mr. D. J. Mares) are made specially for the 'Stock Journal,' and are as nearly correct as It is possible to make them: — , ' New South Wales.— Cloudy and. syltry ge'fiei-alTy, 'Witlf flirt lier scattered i'a'fri and thunder developing during the next day or two, ichielly ovc-r tho eastern half of the State. Winds E. to N.E. imand, and .S. 011 Central and North Coast.i A cool change is approaching from South Aus tralia, wliicn s/iould reach souuiern dis tricts by Friday. North-Western Quarter. — Chiefly dowdy and sultry, with some scattered showers and thunder. Soutn- Western Quarter. — Cooler, wi'h southerly winds and u. few. scattere 1 showers. North- Eastern Quarter. — Sultry av hrst, with scattered rain and thunder develop ing. Winds E. and N.E. Later followed by cooler weather, witn S. winds. . South -Eastern Quaiter. — Scattered showers lineiy, at first in coastal parts, ' and later extending.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

e ? — : — — — — — — _ — ? ? ? , S-\ T7 S7Tf\! ' I AL If !r VICTORIAN LAKE, f.o.r., Albury ? ? ? ? . ? .75 /? ton I .STH. A'LIAN LAKE, f.o.r., Sydney ? ? ? ? ? 87/6 ton Of tlie two Salts, we recommend the STH. AUST. Salt as being 'a class entirely all Its own, as it cornea from the renowned MacDonell Lake, i This S.A. Salt Is small, even grain, very clean and white color, entirely free from dirt, and is the same as used In the 'Mooki' Salt Licks, and is packed in New Cornsacks, which can be used for many other purpose®. Victorian Lake Salt Ik in good strong second-hand bags, and Is the best-quality Victorian Salt offering. 1 . Crude Sheep Salt Is 7/6 ton cheaper, f.o.r. Sydney, but Crude Salt - Is, too rough and lumpy, and too wasteful In feeding sheep, and it lo much cheaper to pay the extra for. small grain Salt. ? Sulphate Iron, Powdered, 1 cwt. cases ? ? 15/6 cwt. Sulphur for Sheep, Double Bags ? ? — 16/6 cwt. Epsom Salts, 1 cwt. Bags ? ? ? ? 16/6 cwt. Bonemeal, Sterilized ? 18/6...

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THE RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

THE RAINFALL. The following -was the- total rainfall re ported' in New South:-' Wales during, -.three days ended at 9 a.m. on Thursday: — Western: Ti'oooburra 23, Milparinka 4, Whito Cliffs 4, Wilcannia 71. Mount Hope 4, Ivanhoe 5, Mossgiel 7, Euston 5, lial ranald 59 points C.-W. Plains: Nyngan 9 points. Riverina: Cargellico 1, Hillston 3, Booli gal 7, Darlington Point 7. Whitton 10, C011 argo, 17 points. N. Tablelands: Tabulam 18, Tenterfield 1?., Emmaville 7, Glen Innes 5, Guyra 5, Armi dale 7, Uralla 6 points. C. Tablelands : Lithgow 6, Katoomba 24, Kurryong. 5 points. North Coast: Tweed Heads 19, Murwillum bah 10, Mutlumbiinby 37, Byron Bay 34, Kyogle 46, Casino 57, Lismore 55. Ballina 44, Clarence Heads 07. Grafton 14, Dorrigo 125, Coil's Harbour 93, Bellingen 23, Nam bucca Heads 45, Kempsey 30, Maclean, 32 point j: Hastings, Hunter and Manning: Pt. Mac quarie 105, Laurieton 18, Manning Heads ' 65, Taree 3, Forster 20, Seal ;.Rocks 10, Bul [ lahdelah 50, Dungog 10. Stroud 18, ...

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Proposed Stockowners' Levy Meat Industry Organisation Statement Before Select Committee [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

Proposed Stocfeowiers9 Levy ? Meat industry Organisation L Statement Before Select Committee The Parliamentary Select Committee appointed to inquire In to the proposed levy on stock-owners for the support of tho or ganisation, covered by tho State Meat Advisory Boards' and the Australian Meat Council, heard ovfdoncs on Tuesday, from Mr. J. B, Cramsle, Chairman of tho Meat Council. Mr. Cramsle covered the position completely in his speech. To. publish the speech in full would taKe several issues of tne 'Stock Journal.' A good deal of the matter brought forward by Mr. Cramsle is already known to 'Stock Journal' readers. Mr. Cramsie placed all of the facts clearly and comprehensively be fore the Committee, STATEMENT SUMMARISED. planned that half the amount raisable under maximum taxation would be eat Herewith we publish a summary of ficlent: Mr. Cramsie's statement. Mr. Cramsle said that the Bill before the Committee was a simple measure embodying no principle which was not already ful...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

Ploaso toll the Advertiser - that you sa& it in the 'Stock and Statics) journal.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

I^nr medicated If F/s=sf'i» «a SHEEP SALT f fLJr JUs e£2a SMALL IN GRAIN AND PA6KGD 5E3 ^ SAG KG. CHEAPEST ML tSAUX AND BEST fllr. Wm. M. Hamlet, late Geoommant Analyst, certifies : 'I have made a chemical analysis - of tho medicated salt preparation known as 'Sal Salix' and find it contains all tho necessary mineral and saline ingredients required for tho growth and development of the bony structure of sheep and cattle.' 'I consider it admirably adapted for poor stock, or for Btock on runs poorly supplied with lime and alkaline salts ; these very necessary elements are combined in this preparation in suitable proportions and palatable form.' SAL SALIX contains good quality salt, iron sulphate, .Lime-salts, bone nieal, calcium phosphate, sulphur, Epsom salts, calcium sulphate, calcium carbonate, and phosphates, in propor portions. PRICE £9 per ton on rail or boat Sydney and Kev/caotlo. ARTHUR MUSTON & SONSt Ccsnmo^atA Salt Safmmg Co,. Ltd. 1 ? 11 PHILLIP STREET, SYDNEY. - ~ ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

. - tolsitef ^ *? Vtetsriflat A@8i»t ' . b. a COHEN. DO YOUR BB¥ING THROUGH Ml and c&to CTfe.s and s/orry. gUS3?fB88 ©ABRIKB OH A3 USUAL. Heeommsndsi! fur e00^1 01 tl'® Il^ssSiKg PMtoraffoto in tfta Slat® Thon*, B29^8. MOHC7 TO LE»» ' ' OVER ''BROAD- ACHE®*^ I #U 04 (oi* and a hal^ P6L 1 ARTHUR F- TAB8AN» 2 Caatleroagh Street, Sydney, i Reference: B. 3. & A. Bank, H.Q^

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