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Smith, Ashley W., 1948- :News. P&O Nedlloyd says 'extra co-ordination both sides of the Tasman' ensured the circus opened in Melbourne on time. New Zealand Shipping Gazette, 24 March 2001.

Reference Number: DX-023-169

The scene is the Tasman Sea with Australian on one side and New Zealand on the other. In each country circus performers are doing acrobatic feats, throwing containers of equipment from New Zealand and catching them in Australia.

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1 image, categorised under Computer graphics, Watercolours and Cartoons (Commentary), related to Ashley W Smith, New Zealand shipping gazette (Periodicals), Melbourne, Circus performers and Circus.

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Smith, Ashley W., 1948- :News. P&O Nedlloyd says 'extra co-ordination both sides of the Tasman' ensured the circus opened in Melbourne on time. New Zealand Shipping Gazette, 24 March 2001., Reference Number DX-023-169 (1 digitised items)

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