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A truncated and unformatted biographical extract follows:Davison Symmons was the son of a Church of England clergyman. In London he worked as a bank clerk, then became an assistant scene-maker in a London theatre. He came to Australia when his health deteriorated. His first job in Australia was selling tooth powder door-to-door, then he became a tea merchant, then a jackaroo on a sheep station in the Riverina district. Symmons started in journalism at the Corowa Free Press. He was one of the original three contributors to the 'Passing Show' column in ....
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