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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 October 1943

.. Croydon Market Monday's trading saw poultry, pigs and calves on tlge rise. Milking cows £13, heifers, £12/5/-, stale •£7/10/-; springing cows £12; lines of heifers £8; lines of store Bows £914/-; heifers £8/5/-; beefy cows (bit easier) 'to' £14; choppers £7 to £10 '10/-;' crackers to £6/10/-; dairy bulls, small, £9/10/-; fat bullocks, light weight, £14/12/6; cows £16/5/-; heif ers £13/10/-. Calves.-Heavy yarding, selling well. Large vealers £12/15/-, small £7/5/ to £10; calves 90/- to 140/-, small 25/ to 80/-, light weights to 20/-. Pigs.-In great demand. Heavy porkers 98/- to 110/-, medium 80/- to OS/;, light 60/- to 75/-; light bacon ors 125/- to 140'/- chopping sows 123/-; bacon stores 55/- to 85/-; slips 30/- to 47/-; suckers 13/- to .38/-. Sheep.-Good quality selling well. Full mouth ewes 14/- to 22/-; lambs -suckers 21/7, woolly 24/-, plain 19/; ewes and lambs 30/-; pet,lambs 16/-. Poultry. Cockerels 25/9, draklings' 28/-, colored, hens .26/7, cock chicks 21/3;, stags 12/10...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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A Touch of Sun BOWLERS STAGE A SOCIAL AFTERNOON. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 October 1943

A Touch of Sun BOWLERS STAGE A SOCIAL AFTERNOON. Forty-second opening of Healesville bowling season was performed Wed nesday by Cr. Cameron (shire presi dent), in the presence of the custom ary multitude. 'lr. WV. H. Everard, M.L.A., begged to be excused. (It was said he came the previous Wed nesday by mistake.) After much toil by greenkeepers and club enthusiasts, both greens bowling and croquet-presented satis factory surfaces, and the usual eulo gies were extended to the council and others. The bowling club president (Mr. L. J. Adam) particularly thanked Mrs. Stevenson and Mr. Hewitson for use of lawn mowers, the council imple ment at present undergoing hospital treatment for untimely complications. Afternoon tea was served in the sunshine on the lawn, and every now and then feasters voiced "Ahs" of ad miration at the bosky vistas surround ing them. As may be imagined, visitors came from far and near, Warburton send ing its bowling club, and Lilydale not only their bowling club b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 October 1943

DENTISTS MR. H. STOCK SURGEON-DENTIST VISITS HEALESVILLE yLERY SATURDAY FORTNIGHT at the jMAROONDAH TEA ROOMS DATES OF VISITS: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30th SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13th SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27th SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11th City Address: , ALSTON BUILDINGS 32 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: Oentrad 2507 - Healesville 151 MR. FRANK H. COOK SURGEON-DENTIST . 219 BALACLAVA ROAD CAULFIELD VIDITS IIEALESVILLE EVERY THURSDAY 2 p.m. till 5.30 Or by Special Appointment AT BARTOLD'S PHARMACY Tel. Healesville 120 BUSINESS NOTICES WHEN YOU WANT GOODS DELIVERED PROMPTLY TO ANY PART OF THE IIEALESVILLE DISTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER CLIVE ,AVENUE, IIEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 All Kinds of Carrying Effected Safely AND AT LOWEST RATES LADIES--WVHY WORRY? Write E. M. Poult n SPECIAL BONJEAN FEMALE 'ILLS FOR ALL FEMALE WEAKNESSES SAFE AND EFFECTIVE Price, 5/- Box Extra Special, 10/- per Box Write for Free Catalogue. Men and Women will find it of great interest All Correspondence treated Strictly Confidential 105 BOUR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 October 1943

SRESULTS advertise your func tions in i'L ESVILLE GUARDIAN, We cannot afford to waste a single piece of cloth, leather or other material. Before discarding any thing as fit only for salvage, see if it can be used to make something else you need. Mend and Make Do to Save Buying New W li?78 Kestle Bros. 'Phone Healesville 22 East End Timber Yard No More Garden Worries BY USING "265" SLUG AND SNAIL EXTIRMINATOR • A ON SALE NOW rFurniture Arcade (St. Leonard's Road Junction)J. AUGER FERNSHAW ROAD-EAST END SHOPPING CENTRE IIIGHEST lRICES GIVEN We Quote Quick for Repair Works GET OUR PRICES Best Workmanship and Materials Guaranteed Fo Foot Comfort WEAR HEALTH SHOES In Half Sizes SCIENTIFICALLY MADE BY DR. ST. JOHN and DR. ELGAN ' ALSO AVAILABLE Rubber Heels in all sizes A. Harry Blackwood The Up-to-Dato Shoernan Nicholson St. Healesville Telephone 103 ...........................o................... ........... . .m. ...u...... Public Notice ALEX CHRISTIE STILL SELLS THE BEST QUALITY MEAT ...

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Popular Pars OUR NEW WEEKLY FEATURE Compiled and Written by L. J. Adam. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 October 1943

Popular Pars OUR NEW WEEKLY FEATURE Compiled and Written by L. J. Adam. (Editor's Note.-We take pleasure in introducing a new feature column ist to our readers; not that Mr. Adam needs much introduction; he is favor ably known to most of us, though perhaps not in his new role of news paper columnist. We feel sure that as our new writer gets into his stride his chronicles will become an eagerly awaited feature of "The Guardian." Mr. Adam is at least a field observer, and has plenty of fields to practise in, as he is prominently connected with most local interests-charitable, social, sporting, and-yes!-even poli tical. He promises to continue his comments weekly. So, readers, we ask you to rise and charge your glas-er--afternoon tea cups . Ladies and gentlemen!-Mr. Adam!)) The recital given by the Healesville Brass Band to aid the Lord Mayor's Appeal for Hospital Sunday was fa vored with a fine day. After the march through the main street to Queen's Park, they played a number of selec...

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Glassware Instead of China. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 October 1943

Glassware Instead of China. Before the war Australians used to hbuy c~ch year 120 million pieces of domestic glassware anil earthenware i p:eces for every man. woman and ceild. It included hotel ware and ie~t :lun:lt supplies, bee:' glasses and fin: crystal table ware: but the great i,".1: of it was just cups. plates and saucers, bought to r-.,lace ordinary household breakages. Almost all our earthen ware and much of the glass '. ,ine came from England and Japan, I ait with the war these supplies were cut off. Australia made scarcely any earthenware, but our ,lass factories -- iw . :'it kinds of goods, and, as little crou!d be clone to inlciea:r n earthenware output. thee factories turned over tihcir enormo :5 capacity to essential utility w:r'e st,-h1 as cups. plates and kitc!cn equipment. Nov. glassware and e :thenware fac tories are turning out 71l0,000,00l0 ar ticles of domestic ware yearly, which means that we have In be careful to cut our hreakages dcr.-n to a' maxi lum of ten...

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BAD HOUSING TAKES ITS TOLL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 October 1943

B, AD HOUSING TAKES ITS TOLL. --v-- In our big city slums, outback hovels and unplanned townships there has been, and is, a continual sacrifice of human life through pneumonia, tuberculosis, diphtheria, meningitis, as well as comparatively minor ail ments like whooping cough and measles, because of inadequate hous ing. Witnesses before the recently established Commonwealth Housing Commission have stressed these facts as an added reason for town and city planning after the war. The war has brought this urgent national problem to a head. Evidence of the effect on health of housing in slum areas, as compared with better class suburbs, has been given by the New South Wales Director-General of Public Health. In Sydney's inner industrial suburbs there was an average of 183 cases and 51 deaths from tuberculosis per 1000 for each of the five years from 1934 to 1938. In the northern residential suburbs, however, where pupulation density was not so high, there were 63 cases and 29 deaths for ...

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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 November 1943

Croydon Market ----v-----.. All classes of live stock sold at high figures on Monday. .Milking cows, a shade easier, real ised £12/1/-; heifers- £11, stale £7; springing heifers £11; yearling heifers 90/- to £6/10/-; store cows £S/10/-; heifers £7/5/-; fat 'bullocks, light weight, £13/1/-; fat cows £14; heifers £13/1/-; beefy cows £12/5/-; choppers £6/1/- to £10; choppers £6; dairy bulls, small, £8. Calves.-Large vealers £10/1/- to £13, small 110/- to £f/10/-; calves 60/ to 90/-, small 25/- to 50/-, light to 18/-. Pigs.-Supply not sufficient for de mand. Heavy porkers 85 /- to 160/-, medium 75/- to 7/-, lig'"t 60/- to 74/; light baconers 105/- lo 1207-; chop ping sows £/55/-; bacon stors. 65/- to 80/-; slips 35/- to 50/-; suckers 157 to 42/-.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 November 1943

4th LIBERTY LOAN BACK THE I ATT CK Loan :closes 9th November, 1943 WHERE YOU CAN BACK THE ATTACK Applications will be received by any Bank, Savings Bank, or Money Order Post Office.: Subscriptions may be made in any of four ways: (a). Payment in one sum; (b) Deposit of10%,. balance by 1st'Feb., 1944; (c) Deposit of 10%, balance in three equal monthly instal ments commencing 1st Dec.; (d) De posit of 20%, balance in four monthly instalments commencing on 1st Dec. Inserted by the Council of the. Shire ,of Healesville .................................... ................. .............. ......... Kestle Bros. 'Phone Healesville 22 East End Timber Yard No More Garden Worries BY USING "265" SLUGAND SNAIL EXTIRMINATOR ON SALE NOW ALSO CARTRIDGES and BULLETS (Strictly under Permit) Fernshaw Road, Healesville: (St. Leonard's Road Junction) . ............................................................. .................. ............ ... .... Healesville " Fur niturie Arcade W. J AUGER S FE...

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Popular Par[?] [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 November 1943

Popular Pa By L. J. Adam. The Presbyterian fair on was opened by the shire pre Cameron) before a large ga proved not only a financi but a social one too. A feeling of unity w throughout the afternoon, enjoying themselves and at time helping the worthy ca Stalls were soon sold ou holders of same happy aft day. The sum of f129/1l/ the highest ever taken, the ing £123 taken while the being built. At night an enjoyable ca place, every item being etc inag a most successful end Scots' fair. Hearty congrat &ll \vho helped. The last meeting of the 1 al society was well attend spell of :three month; deuin ter. A number of visitors ent. Exhibits showed what a store for our next meeting, dens should be at their hers are asked to help by hibits at next meeting and along friends, who will be come. The sanctuary picture Tuesday was very seccesgu of the sanctuary itself ceing ally interesting. It should advertisement for Healestil

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Is There Loan Apathy in Healesville [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 November 1943

Is There Loan Apathy in Healesville By P. H. Starr, Secretary, Healesville A.L.P. The Fourth Liberty Loan is still lag ging, and there will have to b. a spe cial effort in the last few days if it is to be successful. It will be, of course, but -these last-minute efforts are rather disheartening. It is to be hoped that other centres are more enterprising in the matter than Healesville. It is proper to look to the Shire Council for a lead in mat ters of such public importance. The old inertia so long characeteristic of the Healesville Council is still very much present, and even conjinuous prodding has little effect. There is not any doubt, happily, that many excellent Healesville. people have supported the loan with their cash, but they are entitled to have the facts in connection with such an investment properly placed before them. It is too late in the day now for a public meet ing to have any appreciable effect. It should be done much earlier in the loan period, and in future loan...

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EVERY MONDAY [?] [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 November 1943

I EVERY 3IMODAy 9.30 a.m.-Sundries. F:r t ber, Iron and Il'!,ien: 11.30.--Horses, Harness and 12.-Suckers, Slips, Stores, 12 noon.--Poultry. i p.m.-Porkers, Eaconers fatters. 1.30.--Vealers, Calves, ?I? 2 p.m.-Springers, Cows a n 2.30.-Fat and Stoie Shee?' 3 p.nm.-Bulls and Late L -a :and Pigs. .3 p.m.-Fat Eu;IocitC, Cow? pets. 2 p.m., Fridays, Furnitur Shopping Stalls, Mond and District Agents MIitchell an Machinery and imp stocks on hand. Easy ternim Owing to transport restrict ers and good a,istnmet pa available at CreYdS For Carriers and Crates don 45 early previ0a

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 November 1943

r' . NOTICES s of Purchasing or .,t'o- in Healesville and :stricts should consult DU BORN Estate and Business Agent aoerty Salesmran js of Insuranca Effected intrar for Wirths and Deaths 0N ST., ILEATIESVILLE phone Heales. 42 that Big Thing about these is that they look t, feel right, give satis on, and save money they last longer. Every g Fashionable in Men's wear is here at Prices will appeal to your of Reasonableness. `k acDonald's SHOE STORE alson St., HEALESVILLE. 80LICITORS Ilett & Langford SOLICITORS BS and COMMISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS Ic., S.A., and Tas. COLLXS ST., MELBOURNE ATTEND AT THEIR .-ALESVITLE OFFICE and Bradshaw.'s Buildings een the hours of 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. EYERy THURSDAY Telephones: it 39 - Mu 4860 MEMORIAL HALL TALKiES To-Night, Saturday JUDY GARLAND and GEORGE MURPHY in "FOR ME AND MY GAL" "FOR ME AND MY GAL" "FOR ME AND MY GAL"' "FOR ME AND MY GAL" "FOR ME AND MY GAL" (For general exhibition) RICHARD CROMWELL in "RIOT SQUAD" "RIOT SQUAD" "RIOT SQUAD"...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 November 1943

IlJJHIlIIIIItUfllIU lllllllllIIII1111111111111iluiII 1 lIIInIInII III /OOLY IH[ B[SI Is IGood Enough - OR GABY Mothers can rely upon this Pharmacy to supply the best of Ask our opinion, which will be gladly given ot all matters concerning Baby's welfare. = Bartold's Pharmacy Dpp. P.O., HEALESVILLL. Phone 120 (Alter Hours, Phone ). 1mlllllIHiHllIIIIIIIIIIlllll11 lll llllllllllllllll11lll SMISS McDONALD, Manageress ...1.../.../......... .. .......... ........ .. ......**. .......... ..... . DON'T Take any Risk of Loss By Fire! Protect Your Homes and Furniture By Getting INSURANCE COVER at Lowest Rates, IMMEDIATELY Prompt Settlement, with Full Compensation Assured, by Insuring with Sydney II. Bradshaw Representative for " UNITED INSURANCE COMPANY, 52 QUEEN ST., MELBOURNE Other Classes of Insurance Effected Is well MacNamara's Garage for Motor Repairs and Service . . . MacNAMARA'S are local agents for the famous Repco Cycles, avail able for Essential Users in Ladies' and Gent's Models. ...

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Afternoon Tea Party. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 November 1943

Afternoon Tea Party. Healesville auxiliary R.V.I.B. invites members and friends to the 14th an nual meeting, to he held in the Me morial Hall next Wednesday after noon, November 10. Inaugurated ir September, 192', this auxiliary has done creditable work for the institute, and been recognised as one of the most energetic country auxiliaries for the care of blind babies. Mr. C. W. Webber will attend the meeting, and afternoon tea will be served. Dona tions of refreshments welcome. Not Guilty. We are reliably informed that those who attended the sports meeting in Queen's Park last Sunday morning didn't go there by 'plane. Notes By R.S.G. Over 100 persons danced to the strains of Basil Smith's popular four piece Melbourne orchestra in the Pal ais last Saturday night, when, under management of the Terminus Hotel, the sixth weekly social was held. The "La Conga" was danced for the second week in succession. Miss P. Dennehy and Mr. R. Dennehy won the spot dance, and Miss Kenny and partner ...

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Hospital News KIDDIES' CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 November 1943

Hospital News By R. R. Cochran. KIDDIES' CONTE:T Individual amounts raised by com petitor. in this contest woereC as fol low:- I-aby TKen Smith, f£1!.; and £10 donation to hospital; Baby Freddie Ch?terI. I ;,,.'-: Baby Maureen Col line-. L 1I;, 1 '-; Baby G ie I McVe 11 Is,-: Baby Ruth Thomias. £70 1-: 1Baby Stephen Fleay. tl1/ 1/-: EBae Beverley Coates, £1l: 10/31; ta tal. .;lL', ::: : anonymous ,i,,nol', £?0; L£1'",:I/:l. and £10 donation. SPORTS COMMITTED. The I _.-:?!1 srpo't, ca- ami-tee met again recently, its personn:al being in ci cased ty the addition of Messrs. J. Casey, G. Dornom and C' Booth (a newcomer to the town). M.r. H. Sup pie, of Coldstream, has again been in vited to judge the hunting evente. while C. Booth was appoint:ed to take entries for horse events, which will be post entry. * Mr. Jack Moloncy was ap pointed handicapper and starter for the wood chops, and I. W. Gardiner and I. R. Cochran to allot handicaps for running events, which will again be started by ...

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Healesville Shire Council MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 November 1943

lesville ShieCtounc y-TIY MEETING. ?IO S('Laneron (president), p?een:t .:n C-uneron. Dawborn, S'?" .nd 1Iunw e. :o'!" t-d t C'! Cameron) ex 'de tivelcon" to Mr. Walte: Mas d": apP ltointed temporary shire .e hto suitably respond,'d. reetlar ninl maintenance sched -itantce funds for the current Sintene red to engineer's report. CORPF.EpONDENCE. Oun pRoads oard, regarding the C ppls tlicattion for £3is for con _?e, Toolan.t iMt. Slide road, in at at ,toar.d regretted it was in position' to provide for this at psent. -Received. 5sre. statin-, further to their let Sa t, .ternd. : 27, that the Gover inro ,it had determined that .hire oun Id be relieved of liability "tes at of permanent works on Sre: o-s etc.. for financial yea' to the extent of £1tlO/1/7. f "d to engineer's repogt. ;arre requesting reply regarding formation concerning council's ap ifo for atdditional main road SSpec. No. 73/FM/271, covering S1il'5 proposals for maintenance Ss thic lit had been app'roved by the d 'itl req...

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Tick, Tock Goes the Clock! BUT WHEN THIS ONE WENT, TROUBLE FOLLOWED. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 November 1943

Tick, Tock Goes the Clock! BUT WHEN THIS ONE WENT, TROUBLE FOLLOWED. Sometimes clocks won't go. You know how it is. At times they can te as perverse as anything else. But according to evidence served up for the consumption of Messrs. P. Johnston and H. Hu::ham, J.'sP., in the Healesville police court Thursday, there has been one Big, Ben in the township that definitely did go. There was no doubt about it. And that's what caused all the pother. Usually trouble is caused when the clock won't go. But not this time. Trouble came here because the clock went. But read its history-its interesting. A jeweller comes into-and goes out of-it: a lady appears, who rents rooms: there's a hotel manager and his cook: and-for a grand finale the two local custodians of the law. A full cast, you see, for a mystery thriller! . . . Fact is stranger than fic tion- and odd things happen at Healesville. The jeweller--a spare, middle-aged man, wearing a grey suit and a light topcoat, and with a muffler roun...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 November 1943

-...... -DENTISTS MR. H. STOCK r SURGEON-DENTIST VISITS IIEALE!'VILLE EVERY SATURDI)AY F'OiITNIGHT at the , MAROONDAH TEA ROOMS DATES OF VISITS: SATURDAY, ;OVEIIMBER 13th SATURDAY, NOVEMBIIER 27th SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11th City Address: A rLSTON BUILDINGS 82 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: .Central 2507 Healesville 151 MR. FRANK H. COOK SURGEON-DENTIST 219 BALACLAVA ROAD " CAULFIELD *VISNS RKEALESVILLE EVERY THURSDAY 2 p.m. till 5.30 Or by Special Appointment AT BARtTOLD'S PHARMACY Tel. Healesville 120 BUSINESS NOTICES WHEN YOU WANT GOODS DELIVERED PROMPTLY TO ANY PART OF THE IIEALESVILLE DISTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER CLIVE AVENUE, HEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 All Kinds of Cariying Effected Safely AND AT LOWEST RATES LADIES--WHY WORRY? Write E. M. Pou'ton* SPECIAL BONJEAN FEMALE PILLS FOR ALL FEMALE WEAKNESSES SAFE AND EFFECTIVE Price, 5/- Box Extra Speciial, 10/- per Box '..Write. for-Free Catalogue. Men and Women will find it of great interest All Correspondence treated Strictly Confidential 116 BO...

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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. October 27 and 28. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 November 1943

Market Report MELBOURNE -PIG MARKET. October 27 and 28. Messrs. T. Shaw Logan and Co. sub mit the following report on operations at the Melbourne pig market at last week's yarding: Stores.-Keen enquiry for all de scriptions at better values,- 10/--:-tQc 36/-. Porkers.-Heavy porkers sold freely at late values. Ours 63/6 to 06/6. Backfatters.-Fully 35/- to 50/ lower than previous week. Our best J. J. Wilkins at £11/1/-; Albert Davey £10/14/-, N. V. Luke £10/11/-, F. and G. Coleman £10/6/-, A. Angus £10/1/, D. Arthur .£9/11/-, Clyne Bros. and Willis £9/9/-, and lots of 'em £8/17/ to £6/6/-. Baconers.-Light and heavy pigs firm, .medium easier. We had a won derful run, including drafts C. Steen. holdt to £7/16/-, four E. B. A. Pape at £7/2/6, eleven R. B. Nixon to £6 18/-, four M. and I. Gorman to £7 2/6, four W. A. Wilson at £6/16/6, seven H. Burton at £6/15/6, forty W. T. Lewis £6/13/6, fourteen O. Vary to £6/14/6, seven M. and I. Gorman at £6/13/6, four St. James and St. John at £6/12...

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