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FRUIT SALADS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

FRUIT SALADS. Japanese Friuit Salad.-Peel and separate into cotions four tangerines or. mandarines, free the sections froni skin and pips. (?ut into line shreds f strips a preserved Spanish pimento. Seed and p:el sufficient white grapes to fill a breakfast cup. 'Peel and chop (not too finely) 4 oz. of walnut Ikernels, then mix all these inagredients together in a basin; season with paprika aId very little salt. Tosj the fruit and nuts so prepared with enough nmayonnaise cream to blend and rcason. hub half a amall cream cheese througrh a sieve and make uip into little marble shape-,. )reS?s the salad in a suitab]e howl or tdih oni. tesder .ctluce leaves, garnish with the little clheese balls, and serve, Pincapple Salad.--l'Proeur a freah, ripe anrd juicy pineapple, trim oiff tile wit.liredr leaves of the crown, cutoff thi, top portionr with the leaves, aud scoop out the interior of the pine so as to obtain an empty shell. Cut thle interior of the rirneapple into dice, put .th?ec irit...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TOMATO RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

TOMATO RECIPES. Tomato Saucc.--This is delicious' served. 1itri cl,?ps or cutlets. Take 4 tomatoes,,:cut thcl. up, and put into a jar with a few pcpferR0ns or- a. drid clapsicum. and add. a. small cup 'f water, Cover the Jar and let it stay mii . ha]ot oven until the tomatoes are quite soft. Nowa rim them through a sieve into a saucepan, and ldd salt and popper. Sinmmer slowly and scrve hot; Tomato Pic.--This is a dils, b?lovcd of the vege tarian.. Slin and slice some tomatoes andrl lay them in a.pie dish. Sprinkle with salt aiid pep-, per, and add a little white sugar, also a well heaten egg and half a cup of milk or single cream. When the pie dish is full, put a rich layer of paste over and hbake in a hot oven. Scalloped Tomatoes.--Gut the tomatoes in slices and place them in alternate layers ivith bread crumbs, pepper and salt, and tiny pieces of but ter. afke a top lay' of breatcrumbs and sgprirlde Witl grated. cheea - Bake for- 20 mis :utKs ma awqulck oven, aRn serve: in the pi...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. Stained andl Discolorcl Ti!e. will bre 'greayl.? im proved if s?cour, with :fine uand a:d paraffin. Two or three applications may be ,ccc'sary if theyare .in.a very.-bad state.. A Uieful Hlint.--To tale a cork out of a bottle when there is neitlhrr a? knife tor .a corkscrew at hand,, stick-two safety pins dirgonally through the . cork opposite each other. 1By pulling on the .upjper. par't. of trhe trwo pins. the' corklis.s easily temoved,.:,., fRlsty Steel,-You may clean this with an ap plication of paraffin oil and bath brick spread on in a paste and left for some time; thenr rub off 'vithl a. smooth rag. Next apply a layer of whitening, which polish off in the same way, when the steel should look like silver. , Care of lIoise Drains.--It is a mistakte to be constantly- using disinrfectants lfor tie house drains; if- threy are properly, laid they 'only re quire keeping clean. Onrce a week remove the tops of the grlley pipes, takte a bucketful of boil irg water, to ...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE KITCHEN. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

THE KITCHEN. Using Eiggs Over Again.--If you have boiled eggs left over from a meal ,tbey may be reheated by putting them on the. nre inr cold water till it ccnes to a boil, and they will be as good as fresh boiled eggs. A Substitute for Fg~ and Brcadcyrumr'bs. MIake a falrly thick paste of flour and water. Dip the fish or cutlet to be fried: into the paste, and sprinkle thickly with ltfincly crumbled bread. When fried it will be. a beutiful brown in color' Something to rnemci?her.-?WV e reheating a pii 'stand it in &Vdeeb b4kfng dish fillcd. with bolling' water, and l kcep on the stove for half an hour, then twenty minutes-b forb"lt is required put hr the oven to heat the'crust. 'Pickl&l Mint.-,:Boil one phit :of. mnialt vitiegar. Ihave renlady ~ lb. of chopped mint. Pour the boiling vinegar on to it; add 1 lb. loaf eugar, stir with wooden spoon, Bottle when cold ior winter use. This koeeps a nice green color. Wheln making milk puddings use barely 2 oz. grain to a p...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOW TO MAKE MINCEMEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

HOW. TO MAKE .MINCEMIEAT. The ingredients required for a rich mince meat are 2 lb. each of beef suet, applcs, cur rants and raisins, . lb. of moist sugar and candied citron, ¼ lb. each of candied orange and lemon peel, two grated nutmegs, and ½ oz. of .salt, 4 oz; eachdl of ground ginger, ground cloves, all spice and grouind, almonds, juice andi~ pee of one large lemon, quartei of a pint of good brandy, and the same of. sherry or white wine. SFinely shred the suet, peel and core the ap pies, and after preparing the currants and raisins pass these ingrcdients with the candicd pecl through the mincer. . - Grate the rind of tihe lemon, theln well mix the whole together, adding last of all the brandy and winse wit?h the strained juice of the lemon.. Press into jars, iouring- a little brandy over th!e top of each, cover securely, and store il a cool place. "To make a lemon mincemeat, the ingredients required are eight lemons, 1 lb; of loaf sugar, ]A lb. of raisin. 1- I:.; of suet, .juice...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SWEETS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

SWEETS. Coconuut Creans.-One pine caster sugar, half pint de.siccated coconut, quarter pint new milk. tablespoolnful' of butter.: Boil tile whole for five utiuiutes, color part a- pale pink with coclineal. When u':arly set spread on buttered plates aind cut into squarcs. G(round almond substituted for cocoanut mnakes a delicious sweet, but is, of courise, more expensiVe. - Tmuish .TDelight.--Solak 1 oz. sheet gelatine in ihal ruint v,'iter for two hours, add 2 lb. Jump srgar, and boil for half an hour. When a little co~l. tir in a -teas?oonful each of vanilla ..and Icmnon escabrus. Color part with cochlineal- aLnd pour ouit on butter?d plates; when set cut ihnto squares or: cubes.' B~oiling longer and allowing it uirst. to' "catcdi" ,to he bottom of the pan :trni i it a pretty bron;i and gives a nic flay or;b t bene moust be -careful not .to o'ieo the burning 1W-L Chocolate 14uts..-Oet a varisey of nul tprp'ireal and hlavce ·sc-mo.bars of good plain chocolatek -?elt' tlhe latter, in...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
USEFUL RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

US.EFUJIC RECIPES. Steamed Date Puddla:g.--lequired: 5 oz. dates, 5 oz. catter .~ug,.i 4 o., breadcrumb., " oz. but tr, one egg. two, t:.,hc~poonouls of milk, a salt spoonful of at!megc. Fii- t wash and soak, then stone ald ca-ov tae a-ttc, then beat the but ter and su-gar to- ntetr nt-il soft and creams'. slightly warmintg t-e former ?i very hard. -1eat and mix i- thei egg thporoulghly, add tie crumbs, dates, milki aittal aut:nr~-, or aiy .tother spice pre ferred. "Whoi el. t-he ing cuientb are dl mixed, turn the rit· re intto a url-gr-eated mould or basin, twist a p'ecc of buttered paper over the top, and: st eam te, nuddiaug steadily for two hours, or three houra if you are using flour. Then turn it out. anid ierve it v.it-ah - g'ocl sweet sauce. Prn.t:. f- or. dried apricots can be used initead ot datL' if pr:.efard. Prune iould:.-hacq'irar: 1 lb. nrunes, a oz. sheet- clatinr,. * -. ~caster sugar, the juice and rind of oaSe lhim , a gl.s; of caar-ala (optional), on:e p-at of wa....

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

Improve Yo u r Complexion I by using HEETHBAM'S -PO w It is the most Perfect Preser?ative for the i Skin and Complexion, - A regular.applica tion will keep the skin as Soft and Smooth as Velvet. Quicklyremoves all Roughness, Redness,Tan, etc.,andis Delightfully Sooth ingand Refreshing to theSkinin Hot Climnates. Botles 1/-, 2/6, of all Chemits and Stores. SM. Beetham & Son, Cheltenham. England. The A Church Bros. .L A ' ~Pty. Ltd. .- "MLOURNE'S LARGEST and MOST UP TO DATIE WALREIIOUSE FOR ART FURNISHINGS anxd FURNITURE. ATTRACT1VE and comprehensive coHection of the 'Most Favored Furniture Styles, the Newest Colorings and Oesigns in Fur?i ishing Fabrics, Carpets, Wall Papers, &c. 2.8-240 ELIZABETH-STREET, MELBOURE,? •I MAGLELAN CO, Chae -s~tret, Pra ran. " .i :?THE " ..."'STORE SUMMER FAl ::"?"?:i."i openls FRIDAY, 16th JANUARY, 1914 rnIG BA1RGAINS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. VoUN.. .usTO].ERS ORDER.IN. FRO1.- .OUR CATALOGUE WILL GMT •ULL iBNEEIT OF EAIU. ,4EUCTIONS MA:OLELLA...

Publication Title: Leader
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SERIOUS MOTOR ACCIDENT. CAR BRAKES FAIL. COLLISION WITH A ROCK WALL. TWELVE PERSONS INJURED. BRISBANE, 9th January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

SERIOUS MOTOR WCCIDENT. CAR BRAKES FAIL. COLLISION WITH A ROCK 'WALL. TWELVE PERSONS INJURED: BRISBANE, 9th January. A sensational motor accident happened at Mount Cootthla, otherwise known as One •Tree Hill, a suburb of Bri:bane, this af ternoon. A party of about 25 Christian students, who had been attending a con-. ference, engaged a motor bus for a trip to the mount, and when returning on the way down the hill the brakes failed to act. The situation was a serious one, the driver having to choose between falling over a steep embankment on one side of thle road o0 running into a wall of rock on the other side. He choso the latter course, and the result of the impact was that about a dozen of the passengers were more or less seriously injured. The radiator of the motor car was broken, thus releasing a quantity of hot water among the passengers. The following were injured:---liss Flor ence Sharinman, of Adelaide, scalds on the back, chest, arms and face; Miss Elsic Hutchings, of Newc...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A MYSTERIOUS AFFAIR. GIRL FOUND UNCONSCIOUS ON RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

A. MYSTERIOUS AFFAIR. K GIRL FOUND. UNCONSCIOUS ON RAILWAY. Miadge Baker, 17, was found on the riil way near Armadale station on Wedinesday shortly after 4 a.m, ~V. Holland. nd aG. Pearce, milk" barters, in driving omve ioo yong-road-bridge, noticed an' object lying between the rails on the up line. They hastened to the spot, and found a young girl, partially unconscious and much cut about tlhe 'head. After carrying :her to the platform. of Armadale st ation, Holland drove to MIaIvern police station and in formed:. Constaible ]yers, who returned with him in the milk cart. In a taxi-cab that happened to be passing, the girl was t?ken to Alfred Hospital, where shle was adnimitted by Dr. Forrest. The giil was found to have cuts on. the head, and appeared to be suffering from shock. She gave her name, and said she Ihad resided at MIr. A. J. Quirk's, 1i St. James-road, MIalvern. Mrs. Quirk; on being interviewed .by Constable Byers, said the girl had been witfh them for some time. Shei we...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BORDER RAILWAYS. LINES TO BE CONSTRUCTED. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

BORDER RAILWAYS. I1 TNES TO BE CONSTRUCTED. SyDhT 'Y, Thursday. -The question of border railways formed the ,subject of an inte-rview which the Vie torian Railway Commissioners, now visit ing Sydney, had with the Minister. of Works to-day. An agreemnent has been ar rived at between New South Wales and Vietorian Governments respeeting thle con struction of proposed railways from Moamj to MIoulumein; from Euston inland about 40 or. 50 miles, and from WVentworlth in land for a similar distance, These lines, hein constructed, will be operated by the Victorian Railway department on the Vice. torian gauge under an inter-State agree ment. ':he Commnnissioners urged on the Mini.tcr the need for speedy dovelolpment of thhese imp~ortant proposals. Bills deal ing with tlhe worls were thrown out by the New South Wales Legislative Council 1ast session. The Commissioners intend to interview the MIinister of Lands with regard to the conipulsor, acauisiti·on of a large area of land of the M[urray D...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FIRE AT MENTONE. THE PRESBYTERIAN MANSE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

. FIRE A?T MIENTONE. THIE PRESBYTERIAN MA~NSE. About 7.30 p.m. on Thursday ai fire broke out at the rear of the Presbi-terian parson age at Mentone. ?hiicih destiroyed d de tached wooden oputhouse, 35 feet by 12,. a coach house, a feed house, a stable and a man's room. These buildings and the par s:onage were owned by 3Mr. Harkness, and were inisured for £725 in the Colonial nu tual company. '-The damage done, includ ing the destruction of a buggy, a ibicycle and iome harness belongiig. to Rev. J. a. Hewitt, is estimated at between £130 and £140, T1he fire- also spread to some outbuildings at the ieir ,f a :houae owned by Mr. C. Ni Gromann, and occupied by Mr. -Iector Tause, a fowl house and 30 feet of fencina bcing destroyed, awhi!e damage was done to. 'the side of a cow Jshed and to a wood shed. The origi of the fire is unknowln.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EXTRAORDINARY CASE. BOY TAKEN FROM HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

EXTRAORDINARY CASE. BOY TAKEN FROM • IIO3,. A little more than a month ago a .boy, C!atcnceArneson, 11yeanrs, was taken from his mother's house, 18 I-Henry-street, Wind-. sor, by a youn.g mann namted Douglas St.: Clair Major, and until within the last day or two nothing definite had been heard of the pair. It now transpires that they are in Durban, Natal, and about to return home. Major, who is 24 years of age. w\\as a waitetr, and boarded with -Mrs. Arne son. HIe: was alwrays treated as one of the family. fi-ven .now he is spoken of in thle highest terms by the boy's mother,, and by the other boarders. An 'extraordinary attachment grew up be tween himself iutnd thie boy Clarence; wno •was a brighilt and elever child. He took keen interest in the boy's wel fare. M ?iaor used to take the youngster about with hin, and when it was suggested tfhat they shlould go to Mor dialloc for a few weeki' hloliday the mother offered no oibjection as lie had been away witilh Major on previous oc ea...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PLUCKY RESCUE AT BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

PLUCKY RESCUE AT BRIGHTON. On Monday about 4.30 p.m. a* laborer on holiday named Norman Martin, 25, was on Brighton beach. pier whecn a strong gust of wind blew 'his hat off. Martin ran so precipitately after his hat'that he got too much way on, and when the hat went over the end of the pier into the sea, he went after it, falling into 30 feet of rather tu'bu lent water. The position was selious, as Martin could not swim. There were only a few children left on the pier. They had the sense to rush for a lifebuoy, which they threw over to the strugglinlg .man, and he. luckily, was able to seize it. Mean time Stanley aM'Leod, a clu?ffecur, in the employ cf the Tarrant Motor Company, who was sitting in a waiting motor .car out side the Royal Terminus Hotel, gauged the situation, and, jumping to the road, ran on to the pier, throwing .his clothes: off as he ran. He sprang off,.the end of the pier in most courageous fashion, andwas soon alongside Martin, with whom he swam to the shore. Co...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

Com mouwealttb a tan raa HEAD OFFIOE o SYDNEY rannches are open for the trana~otion of GENERAL BA?IKINO BUSINESS at Now SouOth Walos - Sydney. Pcdsoral Capital - Canberra. Viotnria - Melbourne. Quoonelancl-Brisbane, Rockhtampton, and Townsville. South Auatralia-Adeltide.o Woestorn Auctrali=--Peth. Tasnlani--IIobare. And at 3f8 NEWY 1ROAD STREET, London. Qabla remittances !?ade to, and drafts drawn on foreign placeas direct. Foreign bills negotiated and Scolloeted. Letters of credit, and ci'cular notes icsucd to any pzart of the world. Billa :gotiated or florwarded for collection. Banking aud Exchange hnatness of every daescription transaoted wit;hin the Commonwealth, United Kingdoml and abroad. Intereet paid on filed deposits. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT granoh0h are open at 3 Moore S?treet, Sydney; 317 Collins Street, MWolIourno ; Qideen Street, Br9isbua no; l:oyal Exchange, D3 Kltug WYilliam Street, Adeflaldo St..George's Terrace, Poreth; IIhabeth Street, Hobo.rt; and Canberra (Federa...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GENERAL NEWS ROBBERY AT TOORAK. JEWELLERY CASKET STOLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

ROBBERY AT TOORAK. .3 EW"LLRI:Y CA SKE'l: STOLElN. Rlclhtard il. 31iller was charged befor, the Praltran justic.s on Thursday with laV ing on 20th )Decemiber stolen a casket contaniinlg £(0 worth of jewellcry -from the dwelling of Arthur 'iekery, "Evelyn," Irving-road, :loorak. .Mrts. Vicke:'y-, wife of Arthur Vickery, deposed to the robilery having taken place between noon Ianl 10.45i p.m.I, ithe jew'l lery being taken from her bedroom. At 9.30 the dlog -was tarking fiercely. The bedroom wiidlow was left open on ac-oulllt of the oppressive hleat. \Witne:s ilenti fled the gold moniitŽlI shark's tootli and jew;vellety prodicted as her property. Robert Davis, cnabiman, stated that he urechased the shall;irk's tooth from aeused on 22nd or 23rd Decemlber for 2/. 1Miller hlad previously offe:red him a c'ano br'o,:ch and pair of g)M .sp.etalcks for 1,;, but he reft'secd to buy them. Witness 1 saw him in possesson of a diamond bangle and thrtee or four other ha?tngles marked "Molly." I alp...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LAST OF THE CLOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

THE LAST OF THE CLOWNS. "The last of the clowns" is the rather pathetic title bestowed on old George Lu pino, father of Barry Lupino, the noted comedian in the Williamson pantomime Thle Forty Thieves. For years George JLu pino has beeni the most notd pantomuiie clown in England, and was well known from Edinburgh to Land's End. But pan tomimes, like other productions, have changed with the passing .of years, and the clown is.no longer wanted. Last year, in the Drury-lane pantomime The Sleeping Beauty, Lupino made his'farewell appear ance. "I shall never forget that incident " says his son, Barry. "At the end of lhjd performance, which meant ringing downi the curtain on his long and honorablh career, dad walked down to the.footlights and said to the children, by whom he was adored, 'Good-bye, little ones; I shall no longer be able to msake you laugh. Do you want to see Jocy any more?" There were shouts from all parts of the house, "Yes, we want you again," mingled with the sobs of chi...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PRACTICAL SOCIALISM. YARRA-BANK ORATOR'S WILL. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

.PRACTICAL. SOCIALISM. SYARRA-BA-NK ORlATOR'S W ILL. There are many who preach- 'Soeialism, lut few who pr'acti t- it in their daily lives. Thomas Cadley, an old man, who lived out the last .days of his lonely life in a weatherboard cottage in Percy-street, North Fitzroy. not only was true to his SocialiStic onvictilust to the day of his death on 20th Deeinber last, but so dis S'ributed lhi, estate a- to, in his own words, benefit those who had assistd. iim to make what anoney he possessed. Thonlas Cadley, bettei I known to many as "Tommy Trenton," was once one of the mnotley band of ,prators who deliver what they deem to be their message to the world from a soap box or other noint of'vantage on the Yarra-barik. .He had had a chequcred career. A nati-e of Birmingham, Cadley is.supposed to hlave been well connected, and an old photo graph of-him, young, debonnaire, weU-ll tailored and well groomed, is in thle pos session of his friends. Few would "ecog nise in the worn-out old figure...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MATERNITY BONUS FRAUDS. DANIEL WINTER PLEADS GUILTY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

MATERNITY BONUS FRAUDS. DANTEL WINTE]R PLEA.DS (;UJ?LTY. Two charges ag.inst Daniel Winter; alias' James Burg~es, alias- (eo. Maconachie,. of having presented false documents to' th Commissioner of Matern-ity Allowances, with inicnt to defraid, were hCeard before Mr. P. J. Dwyer,"P.M., at a special sittiing of the City Court ion 'Thlilriday. Winter i. the man who eascaped from the City Court on 10th October' while awaiting trial on the charges, and wlo q eiinained at large until Friday last, when lie was captured i' a sensational way near Mooroopna by De tectives Burrvett, Brophy and Napthine. ife was not defended, In his own name, Winter' was charged with having on or about 11th December, 1912, at North Fitzroy, p'resented to the Comimissioner for Maternity Allowane's a certificate. purporbing to bd that of a mid wife, in respect to the birth by Alice M'Lean of a female child, -,hiclh dociument wa.s false, in that it pulirpjrted "to be .Sigled by 1\rs. Tucling, of Trafford-place, N...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A USEFUL CUPBOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

A USEFUL CUPBOARD. If the house Is to be kept tidy, it follows tlht some roomy place must be provided for the childrcn's toys, books, &c. The sketch repro duced shows a capital cupboard, and shelves for this purpose,, which may easily be prepared at a very small cost by the most amateurish of car pentcs?. It consilsts of four good-sized packing cases placed upon each other in the manner illustrated, and securely fastened together with screws. On the inner sides, or, rather, thie sides which face each other, bars of wood are screwed, and' on these bars of wood boards rest which form the shelves. A glance at the illustration will clearly exlain tlthis. Thus four roomy cupboards are formed with shelves between them. The eup boards are enclosed with curtains; .fastened on at tile upper edges of each box with braid and brass-headed nails of a fancy pattern, and in the sketch the curtains are shown drawn aside, and t·he toys may be seen within. The shelves can bp enclosed in the s...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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