[Editor: This postcard, which incorporates an illustration of some flowers, and which has a Kangaroo and Map stamp, is postmarked 7 November 1913.]
[Front of postcard]
[Description: An illustration of some flowers.]
[Reverse of postcard]
[Handwritten text, in italics]
You can look out for your parcel on Monday, Muriel is going down & she will take it.
Is Walter home yet? We are on the look out for him.
We are all going up to Sullivans on Sunday in the buggy. Mr Deane has just painted it.
All very well. Hoping you are the same.
Mother will get a letter on Tuesday
Miss E Oldman.
Vale of Clwydd
[No identifying information about the manufacturer was included on the postcard.]
Dimensions (approximate): 88 mm. (width), 138 mm. (height).
This postcard has a piece missing from the top-right corner of the front of the card.
Vale of Clwydd = a suburb located to the east of Lithgow (NSW); in earlier years, it was a mining town
See: 1) “Vale of Clwydd”, Australias.Guide
2) “Vale Of Clwydd, NSW 2790”, WhereIs
3) “The development of the Lithgow region”, Lithgow Tourism Information
4) “Lithgow, New South Wales”, Wikipedia
x = a symbol for a kiss (depending on the circumstances, it may indicate a loving kiss, a familial kiss, or a friendly kiss)
[Editor: Changed “bugy” to “buggy”.]
[Editor: For ease of reading, the original text has been separated into paragraphs, and punctuation has been inserted as deemed appropriate.]
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