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A second front in the battle against liquor : being notes of an address delivered to the Brisbane Christian Men's Club, 8th February, 1945 / by Harold L. Hawkins
Bib ID 916058
Format BookBook
Author
Hawkins, Harold L. (Harold Lawes), 1897-
 
Description Brisbane : Watson, Ferguson & Co., 1945 
12 p. ; 21 cm. 
Subjects Temperance.  |  Alcoholism -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Brisbane Christian Men's Club

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