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GOLF [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 June 1936

GOLF . During the1 week end our rambl- , ing reporter took an opportunity 1 of, viiiting the iocal St. Andrew's incognito, and returned 'nomo - af- ter thoroughly enjoying his outing. -Jara £ii d players wore numerous and the sun-god was up to the occa sion as our reporter was told that tho day was. perfect for tho game of goif. It took some time to have a~ really good: look over the club room and its excellent appointments, and to gaze at the . myriad of beautiful views which unfold themselves from the many vantage points of the links. Once out in the sunshine it was first noticed that tho fairways wore in excellent condition and the only difficulty which players seemed to experience was to keep on them. It was also noticed that the locai pill-puncher had tired of his worlta day life and was seen studiously fol lowing tho flight of another pill, which Beemed most elusive. Of the younger jolayers, Uptin was seen to make a mighty drive down a fairway but,. as we found out after wards...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE POCKET HALL COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 June 1936

THE POCKET HALL COMMITTEE MEETING. Tho usual monthly meeting of the P. and C. Association .was hold on Tuesday night last, and tho follow ing members wore present: W. Wall K'ork (President), J. Garrard, A. Es treich, V. Estreich, ,H. Irving, M. Warren, L. Peck, P. Walker and J. 'il/ankin,, Aviio acted as secretary, in. j,lai e of M. Evans, who was unavoid ablv absent. A11 apology was also received ou behalf of Mr. E. Waiicn. Arising out of the correspondence was tho matter of repairs to tlie piano. This was allowed to stand over to a later meeting. On the motion of J. Garrard sec onded by P. Walker, it wlas agreed to form a gymnasium club in connec tion with the hall and it was decided that a meeting be called of those in crested 011 tho 16tli June. Arrange ments were left in the hands of Mi. J. Garrard. SPORTS COMMITTEE, With Mr. J. Garrard (president) in the chair, tho sports committee meet ing followed. Progress reports were given by variousl sub-committees and satisfac tory prog...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUNT MARY GOES "HIGH HAT." [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 June 1936

AUNT MAiRY GOES -''HIGH HAT.' Instead of the old droop-shade lid sho used to wear .with, which house wives wrestled because ' of the excel lence of the contents, Aunt Mary now wears a newi. upturned model LEVER lid which open3 with la lliclc and closes securely with a press of the thunib after use'. , Under this new lid i3 a patented parchmont seal which, keeps Aunt Mary's Baking Powder absolutely air tight and ensures it reaching the user in jierfect factory freshness. Aunt Mary 's Baking Powder has been the favourite''for- many genera tions of every Australian housewife because it is a pure, cream of tartar lcaveuer, free from all adul'crants. Now, with the new patent top, there is even moro inducement than ever to uso Aiiiit /Mary Baking Pow der of which millions of tins are sold annually. ; , ? , . . . | ; ;'A club meeting was h Id at the -school during the wtelc,1 when junior office-boarei'S for the ensuing 12 months were 'elected. This resultd as follows: President, Gcolf Pull...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOY SCOUTS MR. McALISTER'S VISIT POSTPONED. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 June 1936

BOY SCOUTS ' -MR. McALISTER'S VISIT POSTPONED. _ Tho following information will in terest those who aro connected with the scout activiies: Under date 6th June, tho District President, Mr, J. G. Bondfield,' has communicated with the Byron Bay secretary (A. AuBten) of the scout movement, as follows: 'I have just received word from headquarters that Mr. McAlister is ill,, confined to liis bed and will not bo able to travel for some time. uuuw buu uiixumomuvus tuuiu will be no headquarters ' visit next week as arranged. I am sorry this happened, but you have my assurance that no body is more sorry than Mr. McAlister himself, because ho w-as looking forward to sponding a time with the new troops. I will arrango for him to pay a visit when he has recovered and will get in touch with you later regarding tho date. 'I was glad to read in the 'Star- Advocate' and also to hear that you had such a fine investiture during the Week.' Mr. J. E. Barrett, H.G. Commission er for Wolf Cubs, writes as...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 June 1936

BANGALOW DIGGERS' MONSTER BALL A. and I. HALL, MONDAY, JUNE 15. BALLINA JAZZ BAND. POULTRY SUPPER, Tickets: Double 6/-; Ladies 3/-, Gents 4/-. G. Sketchley, Pres., M. Blanch and Mrs. L. Alford, Secretaries. _ . 3-Pint Aluminium Kettles, 3/9 at Bryers'. IN THE SUPREME COUET OF NEW SOUTH WALES PROBATE JURIS DICTION. IN THE WILL of PETEE BROWN late of Byron Bay in the State of New South Wales Retired Foreman Carpenter deceased. APPLI CATION will be made after fourteen days from the publication lioreof that Probate of the Will of the abovenam ed deceased may be granted to KEN NETH JAMES BEOWN and FEANK RUSSEL TANDY tho Executors in the said Will named AND all persons hav ing any claim against the Estate of the said deceased are hereby required to forward particulars thereof to the undersigned within the said period AND all notices may be served at tho undermentioned address. HUNGER FORD and IIUNGERFORD,' Proctors for the Executors, MULLUMBIMBY. By their Agents, Clayton Utz and Company, ...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 June 1936

?V ? ? .s ? J. P. WALKER i Winter Sale 1 Mill's BLUCHEE BOOTS, Heel plate, . . , ( Ileel Nails, W.T. fronts at 8/6 Pr. Men's TAN COSACKS, Heel plates, ' ^ Sprigs, W.T.' fronts at 11/- Pair. ? Men's EVENING SHOES, lace. trout, - ' all sizes at 6/6. Mon's GOLF SHOES, sizes 0, 7, 8, at ; , . ' ^ '15/6 Pair. FOR THE LADIES - A Nice Assortment of Ladies' EVEN I O, ? . ING FROCKS, EVENING COATS, f SPRAYS, HOSE, GLOVES, ORNA ,7 - / MiENTS: In a range of prices to suit ? ~ ?« »' . » all customers.-You cannot find bet « ter valuo for your money. COTUMES, FBOCKS, FELT HATS, , OVEDCOATS.— Just seo tlie prices. , ALL WINTER LINES AT SALE PRICES ;£* J. P. WALKER Why Pay More! i ^ - ' ' ' ; ' ( GREYHOUND RACING ,lj6» ? Saturday Night Saturday Night , ,( -? - AT MURWILLUMBAH SHOWGROUND :jfv. - Saturday June 6th. ^ij - r | £150 Prize Money £150 - * USUAL POPULAR ADMISSION PRICES. .fv''; - «» - v, .^Largest Greyhound Racing Track in Australia u The Enrly Bird cnteiiag tho won''-^ Buy IXL Goods at Br...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 June 1936

cMullumhimby ScKool JUBILEE - ' JUNE 25 - 29, 1936 M0NST1ER SPORTS PROGRAMME;.' Recreation Ground, Monday June 29th. King's Birthday Holiday MOST COMPREHENSIVE AND INTERESTING PROGRAMME EVER ? ORGANISED FOE MULLUMBIMBY. LOCAL AND DISTICT EVENTS. JUNIOR AND SENIOR ATHLETIC EVENTS. JUVENILE EVENTS CHILDREN'S' DISPLAY. ? PAGEANT. NOVELTIES. BOYS. ? AGE HANDICAPS. Prize 1st . 2nd 7 years and- under .. . .- l/'fi .V 12 years and under .'. . . 2/- - ^1/6 13 years and over .. .. . . 2/ ? 1/0 CHAMPIONSHIPS. 50 yards, 1& years and under JA -« 2/- v 100 yards, any ago .. .. ? ')/? : 2/C £20 yards, any age . . . . 5/- ' 2/0 , Three-legged raco ... ... 3/-m 2/-, Sack raco. ? ? l/C ~l/r Hop-step-and-jump, under — 14 years ? ? . . 1/6 1/ Hop-step-and-jump, over 14 years ? ? ? . 1/0 ' I/ Running jump, undsr 14 1/0 1/ Running jump, ovef .14 yra. 1/6 . 1/ High jump, under' 14 :yrs. 1/6, I/ High jump, over 14 yrs.- 1/6 ?? . , 1/ Carry Your Chum .... 2/6 1/6 nViQtnr»ln TBRfl . . ... .. 2/- ? ....

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 June 1936

r ife- W / . * , ' * - & * - , Nf ^'y^s „ % A- ^ * ,^H# % . Mil!I@m AolioPs P®llei®s JkSM@ng Tw® UilII@si Fastsllies Average oS ©sae FsEsiaalyiea Two S3©w PswSeeted THE 8,310,000 people of Australia and New Zealand now carry 1,150,582 life policies with the A.M. P. Society, which is roughly an average of one to every eight people, or one to every two families. Thig is proof of the thrift and good- sense of the people and of the strength of the largest Mutual Life Office in the Empire. The A.M. P. exists for the protection of its members and their families; If YOU are not a member, lose no time in becoming one. Ask that an experienced adviser be sent to tell you how to win the peace of mind that comes with membership. Write or. 'ph°ne to-day. There will never be a better day to do it than to-day. The Largest Mutual Life Office in the Empire. Assets: £100,000,000. C. A. ELLIOTT, F.I. A, A. W. SNEDDON, F.I.A. Actuary. General Manager, D. E. 'WALKER . ^ MANAGE® FOB NEW SOUTH WAL...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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MULLUMBIMBY JUNIOR FARMERS [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 June 1936

MULLUMBIMBY JUNIOR FARMERS 1 . 1 Mr. A. L. Nichocl, Supervi:ing T.aciicr of School of Agi'iulturo, ?wlio lias Ijcen in Mullumbimby distrit, reports as follows :~ Junior fanners in tlie Mullum limby D-strict indicate by; their projects that thoy havV well 3n:.iuiained th(o high standard of worit since tlie1 last 'official visit and that tliey ?will give a very rrnnrl npr.'imih n-P thfimsflirp® *vh their third annual club - show, wnicjh is to taikje. place on Satur day, 25tli July. ' . ... Tiio uppoiniuient of Mr. G, E, Phil lips as Ag.iuultural Teacher at the iviuilun'ibinioy District Rural School and Secretary of the Advisory 'Com mittee, has given fresh impetus to club affair!:,' both as regards the jun ior farmers and members of the Ad visory Committee. Mr. Phillips -has also- signified his intention arid desire to assist outlying sub-clubs a's .much as possible. With Mr. Phillips as lo cal supervisor and a soild Advisory Committee, the needs . of district jun ior farmers are well...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 June 1936

? CARS FOR HIRE . DAY OR NIGIIT ' Brunswick H^afe^&uUumbliin'by DAILY SteRVIOE ' ' ' hn;; '? ' M. WRAIGH1', proprietor - ( .PIIQNE, 179,- pr '

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JUNIOR FARMERS MEETING OF ADVISORY COMMITTEE. PREPARING FOR MULLUMBIMBY SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 June 1936

JUNIOR FARMERS MEETING OF ADVISORY COMMITTEE. .. - PEEPAEING FOE MULLUMBIMBY SHOW, A meeting of the Advisory Com I mittee1 of the Mullumbimby Jun ior Farmers' Club was held on Friday last. Tho President, Mir. H. J. Bower, occupied the Chair and there was a particularly large attendance of n^eonbers. Mr. Nicod, Supervising Teacher of tho J.F. movement, was present and was given a welcome by the chair man, Tho matter of appointing judges for the forthcoming show wtia left in, the hands of Messrs II. J. Bower, Phillips and Nicod., Consideration was given to the re vision of tho schedule for the Mullum bimby Agricultural Sho.w and it was decided to refer the matter to Messrs Pliillips, Eollo and Grey, to report at next1 meeting. It was suggested that tho club op erate a lorry advertising the forth- ' coming show, for display in the School Jubilee' procession to bo held on Juno 29. It was resolved to invito tho Dis trict Inspector of Schools and other prominent officials to tho Mullumbim...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COLOURFUL SCENE MULLUMBIMBY SROW BALL. OUTSTANDING SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 June 1936

COLOURFUL SCENE MULLUMBIMBY SHOW BALL. OUTSTANDING SUCCEbS. . Although -rain fell during yesterday and again last niglit, the Mullumbim gy Show1 Ball was an outstanding suc cess. - ? Thei Society will receive £50 . train' insurance. , Tho decorations were a revelation and a tribute to the designers. Mrs- ? dames, W. E. Smith and S. Starr. The stage was designed with a huge arch of orange begonia-venusta and greenery. It was a ? gay sight. The walls carried huge palm leaves, and from the lights in tho coiling to the walls hung yellow aiid orango streamers. Tho supper tables were nicely pre pared with delicious items on the menu- Poppies made beautiful tablo decorations. Mrs. G. D. James organised tho supper with conspicuous success; She wa assisted by a bancf of loyel wtork-' ers. The society is singularly fortuh ate in having such a splendid team' of workesr to e a r c for the supper ar rangements. Beriy'.s Syncopaters ' provided the music and Messrs O. McPaul and M. Gnvham acter a8...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 June 1936

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Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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COTTAGE DESTROYED BY FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 June 1936

COTTAGE DESTROYED BYJTIRE. - I An old vacant1 four-roomed cottago/' , with garage adjoining; fronting Bay ^

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DIAMOND CODE PRINCIPAL CHARACTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 June 1936

THE DIAMOND CODE I By MES. A. M. WILLIAMSON j Finoly-blended, Story of Love, Advcnturo ' and Intrigue. j Author of 'Her Silenco,' 'The Perfumo of Eve,' 'Bohind ! Double Doors,' Etc. j a PRINCIPAL CHARACTERS. SIB WILLIAM SAKENHAM: Foreign Secretary. LADY MAUEEEN DAEKWOOD: His niece- lovely, popular and rich. RQSB TILDEN: Lady Maureen's stepsister. Sho is slightly deformed and her defect has soured her. ^DEVLIN MALLOEY: Better known as 'Devil' Mallory: a globe-trotter and an ex-Secrot Servico man. A,ETHUR WINANS: War correspondent of a famous newspaper: an ex Secret Service man also and Mallory 's chum, ' AELETTA GLENOVA: A beautiful Polish dancer- and a spy. GUIDA DI SEEBELLONI: An impoverished Italian nobleman: in lovo with Lady Maureen . There was so much talk and laugh ter in the big room packed with peo p:e, that few of Lady Gaine's guests noticed the announcement. But Lady Gaines heard it, and welcomed Maur een Darkwood's stepsister pleasantly. 'How nice of you to come after all...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 June 1936

0 - n° Cycle in the^ World enjoyssucha wonderful jj| as MALVERN STAR. With the MALVERN STAR | T'n'WMn tecfet* 'rom monetary loss through the depredations i of the sneak-thief or the misfortune of accidental |lj ' your MALVERN STAR is stolen, It Is replaced fj absolutely FREE of cost and if accidentally-damaged will H CaM on your nearest MALVERN STAR Dealer— he g ttiil II S^Lyi Policy and demonstrate the other eleven exclusive H Travel Service COMMONWEALTH Savings Bank pass-book disposes of all tho money worries that usually trouble the areveller. Money can be transferred to any point, and withdrawn or depoBitod at any one of tho Bank's 4,000 Brandies and Agencies without cost. Ensure tlie utmost convenience and safety by travelling, not with o dangerously large amount of money in your pocket, but with just your past book to soe you through. Cbiiiiiioitwcalil) Savtngslankof Hugtralia Guaranteed by the Commonwealth Government. MILK & CREAM For Pure Milk and Cream, BUT FROM . ....

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 12 June 1936

THANKS Mr. Cyril Halpin wishes to thank all those who so willingly helped in keeping the recent fire at Byron Bay under control, and eventually extin- guishing it before Halpin's General Store, which was menaced, caught fire. CYRIL HALPIN, Byron Bay.

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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BYRON BAY EISTEDDFOD [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 16 June 1936

BYRON BAY EIST^DFOD The programmes for/'the abovo Eis t/eddfou aro now on salo and may bo procured from E. 1{. Mbu'lton Esq., aiid S. A. Ellis, Esq. (Byron Bay), a.. T. Lucas and Son (Lismore) and 'The Star' (Muliumbimby.), price 3d. each. 5 Tho Eisteddfod will be held at tho Literary Institute, Byron Bay, on Tuesday ami .... ..c-, i .. .. ? i -4th June. -,! There will be throe sessions each day commencing at 10 a.m., 2 p.m. and 7.30 p.m. Tho prices of admis sion are for the 10 'a.m. session and 2 p.m. session, 0d., children 3d. and for tho 730 p.m. session 1/6 and children Gd. Seeason tickets, enabling tho 1'older to attend all six sessions may be purchased for 3/G, either from tho (secretary (Dr. D. C. Craig) or froinj^lio door on the Tuesday morn ing, 23 rd June. On Friday, 26th June, a, grand filial concert will bo given by. tho prize winnors, when the trophies will bo presented to the successful competit ors. .-.iiL lik'j (|if

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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CENSURE MOTION LOST MARKETING BOARD'S ACTION APPROVED. BRUNSWICK DISTRICT COUNCIL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 16 June 1936

, . CENSURE MOTION LOST, MARKETING BOARD'S ACTION. APPROVED. . . BRUNSWICK DISTRICT COUNCIL MEETING. 1 - At-a meeting of delegates of tlie iiiunswick District Council of thie Banana, Growers' Federation held at Bu.ringoar on Saturday, a. cen sure motion on the N.S.W. Banana fcuu*.etlng Board, . Bponsored by, tne Maiu Arm branca of the Federation, was defeated. Tne censure motion was sup ported only l-y delegates from ^ Aflaln Aim. .......... It was pointed out by the Main Aim JJiiuicii opeakers tiiat tho cen bUie niuuiou iiuu no reference to tho 'lAAen-s or dements or tne Board b JViaiketing Scheme. They desired mere ly. 10 reprimand the members of the aboard 'for not observing their el ection prumiBea to consult the grow ers on any major proposals they might propose to introduce. ' iviemuers of tho Board who wj.'c present exclaimed to the meeting thuc it wjuld nave been unwise to have gnen publicity to the acueme before it had been settled. In moving tho censure motion, Mr. j. 14. ...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 16 June 1936

BLANKETS I S| SINGLE BED SIZE ? ' . . 21/0, 27/0, 3#/- PAHt. THREE QUARTER SIZE, ? ? 29/6, 85/-, FAI* ? DOUBLE BED SIZE ? ? ? 85/-, 45/-, 47/9 Pi.I». I -EXTRA DOUBLE SIZE ? ? 52/6, 59/0, 83/- PAIR. I Down & Kapok Quilts I FLORAL CRETONNE KAPOK QUILTS .. .. .. 11/6 BACH. BLUE AND GOLD SATIN QUILTS ., .. .. .. .. 80/- EAOH. GENUINE DOWN QUILTS ... ? ? .. 42/6 EAOH. 'Onkaparinga' Travelling Rugs . 17/6, 27/6, 32/6, 47/6 EAOH. G F. GIBSON | BYRON BAY ? _ y A | The Weather Calls for f ? ? * 2 I Warmer Clothing ii !! HALPINS' 1 I ? « » ? ? «? ! I HAVE THE STOCKS AND THEIR VALUES ARE RIGHT. COMPARE ; ; J I THESE PRICES: ' I ' - ? ] ! * Double Bed LACONIA BLANKET S, White .. ....... 88/0 1) Double Bed LACONIA BLANKETS, Grey . . .... ? ? 34/0 ; ; ❖ Double Bed TASSIE BLANKETSt White... .. ? ? 33/1 $ ! ' Double Bed TASSIE BLANKETS, Grey .............. .... 30/- % j ? ? Three-quarter Bed LACONIA BLA'iSKETS, White .. ..... .. 34/# J | ' Three-quarter Bed LACONIA BLA aKETS, Grey .. .. .. ...

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