So here's a bit of fun. This is WDC&S #193. The artist (GCD says Paul Murry) has included a fake newspaper headline about a sugar crop failure and 'candy crisis'.
The Australian editions of Disney books often replaced "Americanisms" with local dialogue, visible as obvious paste-ins. The reprint of this issue has favor --> favour in several places, for example. But in this case I suspect there was a discussion that went like this:
D: Hey, Bruce, do you know of any local papers called the Morning Star?
B: Nah, Doug, never heard of it. Must be a Yank paper.
D: Hmm, that's what I thought - better replace it with something. Have you got today's Tele handy? (Daily Telegraph)
B: Yeah, but I haven't read it.
D: That's OK, just give me a chunk of a bit you won't read. The classified ads will do.
B: No worries, here ya go... *rip*.
D: Hey, what's a lubritoriam?