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For Women Only [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 January 1949

for Women Only This is the second women's cor ner series on bow to get rid of stains. Allow mud stains to dry thoroughly before treating. Brush with stiff clothes brush thou sponge with clean ing fluid or wash in warm suds—de licti ding 011 the material. For grass stains, if on silk or wool material, sponge with kerosene or methylated spirits, then with a warm solution, and rinse and press. On cot* tnu or linens, wash and rinse in the usual way. Glycerine removes dry coffee stains from silk materials. Sponge and rinse well. AXLE GREASE AND TAB 4 Gently scape off excess, then place stain 011 a pad and coyer with (1) but ter or lard, or (2) kerosene and salt. Sponge with petrol or white spirit and' wash and rinso well. For wot paint stains wash first in warm suds; then boil rapidly for 20 minutes in the following preparation: To each gallon of water add two table spoonfuls of washing powder and one tublespoonful of kevoscuc. Rinse, and again rub between hands, using powder mid water. ...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
1890 STILL ALL-TIME WET YEAR RECORD OF RAINFALL ON MOUNT ABUNDANCE AND ROMA DISTRICT FOR 72 YEARS—1877 TO 1948 (INCLUSIVE) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 January 1949

1890 STILL ALL-TIME WET YEAR RECORD OF RAINFALL ON MOUNT ABUNDANCE AND ROMA DISTRICT FOR 72 YEARS—1877 TO 1948 (INCLUSIVE) yiiiS unique record o£ annual raiul&lls in the Uoma district, exU'ims uver a period of 72 years. The ligures were initially taken froiu records compiled 011 the Mouut Abundance Station, when that property was owned by tlic Scottish Australian Investment Company. They were supplied to tlie Bobinson larnily by tue late Mr. G. K. Linton, manager before the resumption and sub-division uf tlic property for closer settlement by the State Government about i!U years ago. ^ Prom then until last year, the records wore compiled from official rain fall returns supplied by the Roma Post Office. They are now continued from official figures supplied by the Boniu Police, wlio have been appointed official district recorders. Accuracy of the early records in some regards is open to doubt, indic ated by months when no falls were registered, and the ga|> iu the iir»t lu ...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CLUB SWIMMING [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 January 1949

CLUB SWIMMING Men's 100 Metres: P. Saunders (4) 1, N. Haupt (10) 2, li. Hooker (0) 3. Time, 79 3-S sees. Ladies' 100 Metres: X, Julius (4) 1, H. Stewart (10) and M. Grigson (10) dead heat 2. Time, 111 4-5 secB. Junior Boys' 100 Metres'. M. Part ridge (8) 1, P. Partridge (15) 2. J. Walsli (go) 3. Time, 95 sees. Men's 00 2-3 Metres: J. Scliwenne sen (go) 1, L. McManus (2) 2, B. Bracker (4) 3. Time, 50 sees. Junior Boys' CO 2-3 Metres: 1). Lynch (go) 1, P. Schneider (5) 2, C. Vickery (5) 3. Time, 50 3-5 sees. Midget Buys' 10 2-3 Metres: First heat, B. Donnelly (3) 1, J. Flood (go) 2, P. Feeney (5) 3; titmi, 19 3-5 sees. Second Meat: Barry Moore (1) 1, Ji. Spencer (go) 2, Briifti Moore (3) 3; time, 19 3-5 sees. Midget Girls' 10 2-3 Metres: J. French (go) 1, M. Loughiiane (0) 2, B, Wliitty (5) 3. Time, 19 sees. Sub-Junior Boys' 60 2-3 Metres: J. Walsh (go) 1, M. Grant (3) 2, V. Donnelly (2) 3. lime, 01 sees. Men's 33 1-3 Metres: First Heat: B. liyte (1) 1, M. Cherry (1) 2, P. Suuiuleis (...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Potential Poets [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 January 1949

Potential Poets ["It took courage," says Eoma's Hope Spencer, novelist and poetess, "to produce my first "oook of poems." The fact that she wrote poctrj, she says, was something she was a little stay about. In this article, contributed to re-institute the series of Quest Editorials, Miss Spencer makes a plea to the town's potential poets to come out in the open with their Bits aud Pieces, instead of secreting them awayyi their "bottom drawers.''—Ed.] OINCE I "burnt my bridges behind me" and came out in the open writing poetry about eight years ago, 1 have become the secret confidant of a surprisingly large number of equally' shy potential Roma poets. Many scraps of paper with long forgotten efforts of versifica tion, have emerged from "bottom drawers" for my perusal. I can say with all honeBty and 1 sincerity that in every case, I found something to commend these efforts, even when they were not entirely free from fault, and the knowledge of metre was not clearly understood. I wish ...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 January 1949

f spraying needs, pest c~ troj. fire flahtina. Corrosfon relisting, with adjustable twin nozzles for double coverage, smooth, steady jet*. «• For Foil Particulars, wrii+ AUSTRALIAN ESTATES CO. LTD., BOMA. Established 1868 Contractor! to Govtnmntk MmfetiMl Shipping. Bonking «f»4 Comwurciol Iwtiiutwn* throughout AoMralis * Jackson&O'Sullivan Pty. Ltd. XDcarporttlnf WitMRf Ferfuan ft C* Printer*, Fmptr MorcknU, Mrnnufmotming Stationort hab emcs ams #actorbi BRISBANE A*1 A* STDKKT, LOKPOW, M1W TMLK Mtnufocturm *f: "■MWru" WIHKpT MOB jUKfnx>rwM -KATIOKAL BLUEPLEX KMVMOKS CiftTOlfc LAB1U AMD WlJkNlU coram CHECK BOOKS BbtL,rx» STAimCXKT VATTOHAL Riri ACCOUKT BOOU IAVKU FATEWT BtKBDl JlU> kbcobmho ckatbi ahd oumi 70S QAM, IflAH, WAfU Mt9 "kattowal kotaky duiucatom "riOTBCtA" IHMXOBRUM mu ROCtU XlfCKATINGt Of OH M MORI CObOCJU rai nrnm fambibit ■irrrn vun ^fAtioifAi. Wini am porns cap* row itAim HIGH OMN CATAIpOUH ILLUIOWATO ubUmv ® Tritgrtns mi CMtt 11 "jAcxm." Biiiun uiiiKiii...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 January 1949

HOUSEHOLD PAINTS, VARNISHES, STAINS, OILS BRUSHES ETC SPECIAL WATER ► Warner and Collins ' SPECIAL 1 SPUN SETS i 1 00 ('PER 7 JTECES ,\ s-nrt i'd ; iJusigns 47/6 Set. McDOWALL STREET ROMA THE HOUSE OF i TOILERS J'J C'ullim 45/6. SPECIAL GUARANTEED SERVICE SPECIAL ENGLISH AFTERNOON TEA SETS 21 PIECES From 60/. Phone 277 - - - P.O. Box 87 For HARDWARE — GROCERY GROCKERY, ETC. > A.TAX ENAMEL STOVES On Eleviitcd Legs £15/7/6. For the Handy Man— PLANES, SAWS, RATCHET BRACES, PIPE VICES, CHAIN WRENCHES, PIPE CUTTERS, ETC. PHONES 154 & 234. PHONES 154 & 234. Local Dealers:— Chrysler and Dodge Can, Trucks and Utilities; aO fines. Standard and Triumph Passenger Cars and Utilities. Hack Tracks, Ferguson Tractor* and implements. Immediate deliveries Ferguson Tractors, Standard and Triumph Pas senger Vehicles, Mack, Dodge and Fargo Trades. SELUNG AGENTS BUZACOTTS. QUEENSLAND LID.

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 January 1949

6TSAVINGS CERTIFICATE STAMPS | Printed and published by Higgins and Foxiee, soecesson to Alfred Bobinion & Oo. (Western Star), st tlio office of the company, McDewall Street, Bom, Mjjlta Born, by 3. Miyy*"* aad T. VoxIm, pwUl Stmt, Sob», PIPE SMOKERS ANDREW MCGEE 1 Castlereagh St., aud 70 Pitt'St., SYDNEY Can Supply 1. & Co. (SnssiiMic 56/; Grand Slam 49/9; Orlik 35/; Civic 26/0; 6.B.D. 26/; Rosefoony 24/; Im perial 24/; Dr. Plumb 13/6; Irwins 13/6; Captain Black 18/. (Registered Post to Your Door) Mail Orders to 70 Pitt Street SYDNEY. DEHORNING 90 IT PWS TO COMB TO THE RIGHT PLACE TRITTONS uii&kAiutkt 260 GEORGB 6T BRiSBAne, i . BRINGS THE CKY IQ MIR DO OR Queensland Patioial Supplies offers a specialised service to tlie uiau and woman on tlie land witli tlie regular issue of leaflets, pamphlets, booklets and general catalogues of all inannei ui articles lor tlie home and tlie farm. Write to Q.F.S. ior discriptive litera ture on tlie article you need, it is ...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ROMA AMBULANCE TRAVELLED TOTAL OF 1836 MILES DURING DECEMBER [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 January 1949

ROMA AMBULANCE TRAVELLED TOTAL OF 1836 MILES DURING DECEMBER THE Roma Ambulance Centre attended a total of 263 cates and travelled 1863 miles during the month of December, according to the report of the Superintendent (Mr, W. Teale) to the monthly meeting of the centre, which was held on Thursday, January 6. Cases attended to included 44 accident victims, 115 transport cases, and 104 office cases. !3 of which were of a severe nah»re. Those |)i c8cut sit I lie meeting in eluded Messrs. P. J. Flanigan (chair- man), F. .T. Mullavey, H. I. Farmer, H: B. ColIiiiB and Dr. Feather. Apologies were received from Messrs •F. .T. Murjiliy and A. Anderson, and leave of absence wus granted. liuluded in. tUc cocresjioudeuoe was a IdUt from Mr. A. Barker# of Wil liam Street, Romu, enclosing a cheque fDV £."1. and expressing his gratitude and also that of his wife to the Honiii ri'iitr,. for their kindness and attention while conveying their sou to Too woomba on the way to Brisbane 10 consult :i spe...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 January 1949

THANKS Mr. C. RICKETTS, Mr. and Mrs. Norm Ricketts and Maud Bussell wish to Thank Dr. Dodson, Matron, Sisters and Nursing Stuff. Dean Caha- lane and Father Lynch, and all kind friends for their kindness and attention during their sad bereavement. MRS. S. B. MISCAMBLE and Family wish to Thank Dr. Dodson for his kindness and attention to her late   Husband, also all kind relatives and friends who sympathised with them in their recent sad bereavement. IN MEMORIAM GOLLER, Irene May: In loving mem- ory of our dear Cousin, who passed   away 10th January, 1948. Gone, but not forgotten. (Inserted by Violet and George Kadel.) ENGAGEMENT NOTICE REESE—HOLMES: The engagement is announced of Doris Jean, only daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Holmes, 121 Arthur Street, Roma, and Noel Campbell, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Reese, 11 Cavell Street, Toowoomba. WALDRON—HETHERINGTON: The engagement is announced of Mar- garet Roma Hetherington, younger daughter of George a...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Fifty years ago today [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 January 1949

Fifty years ago today     THE triple Boxing Day murder at Gatton was still the sensation at the day in the first few weeks of 1899, crowned, according to The Western Star of January 14 of that year, with the discovery of still an- other startling crime. A search party had just discovered at Oxley the body of a 16-year-old boy named Hill, who had been missing from his Sandgate home since Decem- ber 16. The body was found lying in thick scrub, terribly battered and shot through the head. Nearby was the body of the child's pony, which had also been shot in the head. Back in Gatton, according to a late news flash, there was a "mild sensa- tion," caused by the arrest of a man named Burgess at Bunya Mountain on suspicion of the murder of the three Murphy's, two sisters and a brother, who were bound and battered to death, both girls being brutally outraged.   In Queensland generally, however, things were nice and quiet, apart from the first preliminar...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LOCO MEN FAREWELL THEIR FOREMAN [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 21 January 1949

LOCO MEN FAREWELL THEIR FOREMAN MembferS of the Boma Branch of the Locomotive Englnemen's Union recently assembled at the Locomo tive Foreman's Office to bid fare well to Mr. Tom Smith, who ha.e oc cupied the position of Locomotive Foreman at Soma for the past seven years, and -who has now re tired from the service after & per iod of approximately 40 yeari, Mr. Pat O'EoUrkc, president of the Drivers' Union, occupied the chair, and on behalf of liis members said that lie regretted the fuct that Mr. Smith had retired from the servlcc. Ho spoke feelingly of tbo many fine qualities of Mr. Bmitli, both as Loco. Foreman nud a mate, to the members of all his staff. Mr. Smith had had a very busy per iod during the war years and carried out bis nrduons duties in n very cap able manner, notwithstanding tlint lie had to enntend with many difficulties thai tinwe, Including n long period of drought, which I'.iu.sed H <slioi"t:i^e of good water for locomotive purposes. Mi'. K. ...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE COUNTRYMAN AND HIS MONEY Professor of Commerce at the University of Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 21 January 1949

THE COUNTRYMAN AND HIS MONEY By »R, a. I» WOOD, - Professor of Commerce at ilie Untveraitjr of Melbourne. The one great economic issue of the day, to Australia, nx In other countries, tor the country be well as for the city, affecting farm and factory worker alike, is rising costs. Every man on the land is resentful of procedures which seem to filch from him the enjoyment of pros perity: every breeder or cultivator is apprehensive about conditions which frustrate his planning through shortage of labour or materials. In expressing his dis satisfaction, the man on the land, however, very often reveals that he has given little thought to modern problems of public finance, and that he Is still, In thought and at titude, living in Post-World War 1, ~ Rising costs are little more than the penalty of world-wide inflation. The stock of money in this country is now 2i times what it was In if)39, but its concrete production is little, if any, greater than it was in 1919. Population, however, ...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
PROMISING OUTLOOK FOR SECOND HALF OF WOOL SELLING SEASON [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 21 January 1949

PROMISING OUTLOOK FOR SECOND HALF £F WOOL SELLING SMSfcN A Wincbcombe Carson LWaited wctl report tays that the ou'Jook for the fccond half of the Australian wocl selling seaton is pi'omising. Great Britain and the Continent have purchased the greater part of the supplies of the new clip marketed, operations on account I of the United States and Australian millmen so far being less than a year before. From the viewpoint of st :c'.s of t'o raw mate:i"I in U.SA. c;..: pared with mi'l consumption, con ditions point to the need 1'or lE:'ce j ■ Amciicai'. wcol bi'jtnj. Moderate puri-h;'.MS 01' spi-neis' jtypes <f ll.o f.tip e liavc lieui ■'<1\ bat new; ^ '.-niii t'.e 8:: t\'3 d e". n"i iiidiiatv ii general ck Ht to m?kc 'it'Sc imports. Three »:o: t!is age the slock of n 1 clat-scs cf apparel w;.cl in the Eta'.c-s was estimated to be only 2,]C'j,0P0 lin)os, which is considerably less than has usual for n number or years. Turnover st tac mi Is has f .not shown the buoy...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 21 January 1949

NEW FURNITURE Costs LESS at RAAFS of ROMA Because we sell on a small profit margin, you.can buy furniture from us at lower than Brisbane prices for the same quality article. We don't sell the cheai est — but the best at the lowest price. MAKE A CALL AT RAAFS A "MUST" WHEN YOU ARE \ NEXT IN ROMA. RAAFS TRADING Fty. Ltd QU1NT0N ST., ROMA. N«u Ban Hold. THE AUSTRALIAN KATES CO. LTD, SlAlEAVlDE SERVICE Wool and Produce Brokers, fat Stock Salesmen Stock and Station Agents, Property Salesmen MERCHANDISE iOOL: Try "TIic Jiatalos"—Cousiguyour wool to "Estates" Buiimbu. Our ioujj selling experience ensures uiHvimiini results. ijiueral uavuucun inutle against CUiUOIUg clip. •'AT tjioOK: ii«i us uu yuur worrying—we will order trucks lor you, obtain pormits, Liutk aud consign joui- Pats to "1'he Kstales,'' Cannon nul, where our experienced ciilssera and salesmen will ensure maximum prices for you. i'l'Ollt; biUVJiv: Wnetnor buying or selling, try ''The Estates" first. We havo Branch Offices tii...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 21 January 1949

Consign everything to us! WIfEKK INDTVmUAL HANDLING ENSURES THE HIGHEST I'IjSSUJLF. RETUJiN AND YOUR INTERESTS ARE PROTECTED ISY EXPERTS EQUIPPED WITH A COMPLETE KNOWLEDGE OP EVERY PHASE OF SELLING BY AUCTION. © WOOL © StfEf-P ® CATTLE © LAMEiS © PiGS © CAL.VFS © TALLOW GOLDSBROUGH MORT & Co. Ltd. t liR-uri»oruleil In Victoria) THE WOOL EXCHANGE, EAGLE ST., BRISBANE FENW1CK & CO. LIMITED EDWARD STREET — BRISBANE

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GRAZIERS COMPETE FOR STORE CATTLE [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 21 January 1949

GRAZIERS COMPETE FOR STORE CATTLE Strong competition by sheep men after cattle to shorten their feed lifted store cattle values at lie Australian Estates Eoma cattle sale on Tuesday, attended by a large number of buyers and spec tators. Witli the exception of ouo line of forward condition puality bullocks which ilid not quite reach the owner's reserve, a total clearance of 700 was effected for" un average of £12/5/, tliej toliil value being- more than £Ko00. Tat bnlloeks sold at £20 and £1B/1/J prime cows to £19/7/0, and fat cows! to £10/1/. | I11 the store scction, good quality Hereford steers, 12 to 14 mouths, brought iilO to £10/15/, good quality Hereford heifers £8/12/, Shorthorn heifers £7/16/, while cows aud calves sold to £14/13/. |

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
COMMUNISM IS NOT "ECCENTRICITY" (From a [?] Correspondent in Canborra) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 21 January 1949

COMMUNISM IS NOT "ECCENTRICITY" (Fr:m a P.KLicP.I C.ir=.-.:cnden', ill Canberra) i'Le fighting statement last week-' h_ ".he L-ad.r of -lie 0__o:iti n (Mc. Mc. e c. ) oil his rct'.i .1 from p: :oad, ih't C'Oir.:nui?isni must bo dor t w til, 11 ,t r.3 ail eccentricity, but ps en ciiemy, ■will be w.^rm y approved MirocL'-bUt Au t.a.la. n:s timely and forthright (U'liBin-ia inu of the Kert virus in rur miilsc car ■it.r auile,. cmjilir ;::s in '.l:c li^ht of re el; eve:Is in the c untries to tlio mi I j and north-west <f Auslra :a. 'i Lc >iclerul Opjursi ■ ion, of course, "ui;< mad • e;.r.ier statements en the liiir.ciG. -.Mid is now couviuced that while -the Rw-ialiat Government at Pai.lierin remains ill power there "ill a- no action u gurnet Communism as far s Australia is concerned, /.ml Australia is couccrncd, very ]n tlic House of Representatives last session, the External Tcrr'.toiies Minis ter (Mr. Ward) claimed that there were "on'y about 11,000 Communis...

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Adermann for Fisher [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 21 January 1949

Adermann for Fisher The pvcKfUt member for Maruuoa (Mr. Adermuuu, M.H.I!.) will contest tbo newly-created noat of Fislier iu this year's Federal election. At least two Country Party .candi dates. have been uicutioiicd iu con nection with the redistributed Maraooa electorate. l'hey are Mr. C. Bunnell, M.Tj. A., wlio ' holds Dalby • for the Couutry Party in the State Parliament, and M.r. W. Brimbleeombe, another Dalby dis trict muu. a former chairman Mid now' member of the BUito Wheat Board. I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 21 January 1949

& MeDOWALL STREET Phone 111 ROMA SPECIAL WATKU SKT.S 7 l'JKCKS AsMirlod IVfiglJS 47/6 Set. SPECIAL ENGLISH AFTKliXOON TEA SJOTS 21 P3KCKS Frott 69/. - P.O. Box 87 THE HOUSE OF UARANTEED SERVICE For HOUSEHOLD PAINTS, OILS, BRUSHES, VARNISHES, STAINS. HARDWARE — GROCERY CROCKERY, ETC. SPECIAL ol'UX roi'i'Kit BOTLKRS ]2 liiiUim 45/6. SPECIAL A J AX ENA1I13L Ou Elevated Legs £16/7/6. For the Handy Man— PLANES, SAWS, RATCHET BRACES, PIPE VICES, CHAIN WRENCHES, PIPE CUTTERS, ETC. Immediate Delivery! I ARMSTRONG-HOLLAND ramWN SR&DQIS For Every Need! • PATROLMAN ROAD GRADERS • BABY CHAMPION GRADERS • DITCHER TERRACER LANDGRADERS Ideal for all types of light road work, soil conservation work, levelling, etc. Queensland Industrial SALES & SERVICE LTD. GREGORY TERRACE, BRISBANE - Phones: L4I58 LI 070 L29S5 Sole Queensland Distributors:—International Industrial Tractors and Power Units—Armstrong-Holland Earthmoving Equipment, Graders, Road Ploughs, Rippers, Rollers, Etc....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 21 January 1949

PHONE ROMA 303 COLIN (TONY) BRANDT ELECTRICIAN TOR YOTJB ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS, REPAIRS, COUNTRY LIGHTING PLANTS. REFRIGERATOR SERVICE Agent: "Rcivlnntor" Printed mid jitililieliod by Uiggiuo and Foxlce, suBcoseora (o AUr.-il K<)l>insci: & Cu. CVV'cEtoro Sfor), lit tho ifiice at the company, MeiJoira'J Biroot. Boms, by J. Digging wid T. Faxlee, gtm», Mo«b». PIPE SMOKEIto ANDREW Bra 1 Castlei-engli St., 70 P:u St., SYDNEY ('.'III .Supply I, i i I-. ><" ' Gi:iiid H!:iin 4V/Q: (Jrli!; i'i f ■20/9; G B.]>. Eli/: i v ^ 1;; tv.p perial 24/; Ur. 1'. 1..11 !> Ki !•: Ir.ii:. J3/(i; Cujituill Hi = .« I; lw. (HegisU'i'dl J'oki iu Yon; Ii'i.r) Mall Orders frj 70 J'.tt Street SYDNEY. P£vO ^oV «iwr >A? }$0C5& THE RIGHT pff* Tf}'/> i<ot0^ot"E RIGHr claB r» > «&&& t«E RIGHr fiAc!-l4/' w6HT PUcrMfr RiGHrp^i.5P//>% ££&■ ? «£' ?—»t: 'OR % 55 Si (Slfyty*g r, ' iqb $4 feiS ^^SSsTbsssST r®«rfi ...

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