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JUDGING: Mr. W. G. Harris, President of the Wine and Spirit Merchants' Association of N.S.W., was a study in concentration as he judged spirits at the R.A.S. Wine and Spirit
Judging at the Showground yesterday (above).
PRFPARATIONS: Mr. G. Jackson, of Brighton-le-sands (left), climbing a windmill yesterday to finish
painting it in preparation for the Royal Easter Show.
ENROLLED: Miss Angela Baker and National Serviceman Dennis Reed, an economics student, were enrolled in the Chinese Students' Society at Orientation Week at Sydney University yesterday by Richard Seet, Engineering II(below).
Fruit and vegetable bar- rows, an everyday sight in our city life, are mak- ing crowded streets even more congested. TOP: This barrow, in Liverpool Street, has cases piled on the footpath and road. CENTRE: Cases from a Pitt Street barrow
occupy as much of the footpath as the barrow itself. BOTTOM: The crowd spreading out from a barrow in Pitt Street, near Market Streets, partly blocks the