Charles E. Liddell
and myself often talked of you & he wished to be very kindly remembered to you. They have not forgotten that [illegible] & are only waiting to get a good one to send it to you, at present it is too early to get a good specimen.Things with us are jogging along as usual. Willie is busy with his studies & I am kept hard at work making Liddells linens well known in Australia & I am glad to say, so far, with great success. Of courseI have to get shaved now & again, & I know you will say that is waste of time!! We have not been up to Black Spurr yet but hope to go soon. We were over in Tasmania a few weeks ago & hope to go again next month. I am sorry you did not go there. You ought to come back again & we will go with you & have a Royal time. With kind regard & many thanks.Believe meVery sincerely yrsChas. E. LiddellIf you want Mr. Hus[illegible]s address, [Mr.?] King could give it to you
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