FROM: The Register Wednesday 23 August 1905 (Adelaide newspaper in print 1901 – 1929)
There is on view in Messrs. A. W. Dobbie & Co.’s establishment, Gawler place, a handsome brass eagle lectern, which has been, made by that firm to the order of the Rev. F. H. Stokes, Church of the Epiphany, Crafers.
It stands 6 ft. high, and the eagle, with outstretched wings, is poised on a globe representing the world, which surmounts the pedestal.
The lectern is beautifully proportionate, and is most imposing in every respect.
The eagle looks natural and noble.
It is one of the best pieces of ecclesiastical brasswork that has been manufactured in the State.