AUSTRALIAN CLUB HAS 48 MEMBERS

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2 HP type VJ 'Monitor' U.S.A.-restored in my workshop.
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3 HP 500 rpm 'Petter', made in Yeovil, England 1926.

A gas engine club formed about a year ago in Brisbane,
Australia, now has 48 members.

George Bullen, a GEM subscriber, who told us about the club, is
a collector of English, American and Australian antique stationary
engines. The club is the ‘Antique Machinery Restoration
Society.’

Collectors and restorers in America and other parts of the
world, who want to know more about what’s going on in Brisbane,
can write to Bullen. His address is 31 Yanderra Ave., Arana Hills,
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia 4054.

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