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The Rock-itt : March 2012
Everything needed to get the operation in motion was there, though he needed more capital to bring in supplies and hire labour. Errol managed to get some backers to go with him on the plantation deal and gradually he got the five acre tobacco plantation up and running as well as building a house for himself of palm and bamboo. With his hired help of local Papuans his dwelling which was located on the banks of the river was completed in swift time and with an abundance of all kinds of fruit and produce growing nearby and plenty of fish to be caught in the river, he virtually wanted for nothing with the exception of one of the most important things.... female companionship. Yes, undoubtedly man’s greatest treasure is a harmonious relationship with the opposite sex which in reality is the one thing in the middle of the hostile New Guinea jungle that was the hardest thing to obtain. But to Errol’s great delight even this problem was soon remedied when he stumbled across............ You will have to wait for our next instalment to find out just what turns up to warm Errol’s heart as well as his bed. See you next month when we return to “Hobart to Hollywood” and the adventures of our own Aussie hero, Errol Flynn. Errol and friends during a tennis afternoon at the home of Naomi Dibbs’s parents Figure 1dtuki We haven’t disappeared, just moved around the back into Market Lane, almost opposite the entrance to Manly Library We are offering the same great deals on all types of custom picture framing 3 Market Lane, Manly NSW 2095 Phone: 99778262 Mob: 0423 619 144 Errol’s tobacco plantation home near Laloki (1931-32)