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MOUNT KEMBLA. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 16 April 1915

MOUNT KBMBL&, \ % - V4 flSie (mine conttou^s ,w»rHi»g «v^ry 'day. Hext Wednesday the ? jfcehunga wjTiich ^fjll Tie at Port i Kembla, will taking the MEt. r JCpmbla output ^ ? this^ steamer takes a cargo of eigbt thousfcndl't'ons. -s-* : , 'ljs. , ? t i;S 0h^;:SZ':.

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CLIFTON [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 16 April 1915

?v C L | F T O il ;;§sb Much interest . has been centred 9| here during the week on the outcom ... of the charges against the employ' vj|H ees of the Coalcliff Colliery for ab* senting themselves from work. - The * ^^9 lengthy stoppage of this Colliery has tjfl Caused a certain amount of hard- ^ ship, and the business people have ^ uot been able to collect much mon- '^9 ey during the per od. Miss Butt, from Grong Grong, is ' the new teacher appointed ' at the '' IsHE local public schobl, in \ lieu of Miss |HH Bernard resigned. ' The recent heavy rains ha /e bad 1 the 'result of cutting up the Cili.tcrt- , -- jHfi road, leaving some rather deep holes: 1 9HH in places. One of the latter was re sponsible for a peculiar accident on Monday. Two1 local business peol'le wero convoying a load of goods Sj|HM| from Scarborough station to their JS H premises, when the wheel of the Curt went into a large rut. Both men ' -?|SHj were standing up 1 in the cart, and one, in falling, grasped theothe...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Coalcliff Prosecutions [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 16 April 1915

VS*; r£; -V.j V :V -v ' ? f ;v; ?- ' ? - Coalcliff Prosecutions 7 The hearing off the charges of being, absent from work against Coalcliff' Colliery employees was resumed in the Wollongong Court on Thursday. The Gourt was crowded. On the case of Thomas Gihnore, a miner, being called, Mr. Abigail said he understood that the Cases against the engine-drivers at Coalcliff were/ to have been taken first. Mr. A. 'Lyeaglit said he appear ed for George Hodge and Harold Carrick, chgine drivers, and Mr. Bee by had given his assurance that the cases would be taken first. The -men had arrived for the case, and it would be a hardship to k^ep them until after the miners' cases were heard. After further argument, his Worship decided to take the case of Thomas Gilmore. He would make no order in connection with Hodge and Carriek. The defendant. . Thomas Gilmore, nleaded not guilty to being absent fronj work between .8th and 10th March. Mr. Abigail objected that the in formation was wrongly laid. The...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 16 April 1915

lust ins usi mts , ??? 'V.;.vK-B 4. ' V -''t Chance to Win -1.000 PR'ftES -1,000 WohkofAbt Woskof Aet Value - Fir«t J Value £500 J Great Prize j £500 Or Twelve jMonthe' Trip Bound the World and £100 in Cash for One Person, or Eight Months for Two. Note. — The Committee, having paid full value for the work of art, aim prepared to find a purchaser for same, at the advertised amount if the winner so desires, also for the Sec ond and Third Prizes. Second, value £100. Third, value £50 And 97 other prizes, totalling £1,000 Eight Honrs Ureal Art Union 59th year— Oldest & most popular— 59th year Proceeds in aid'oftht Hospitals & Public CHaritias of Australia, Prizes will be delivered to winners free ot all charges. Ai list Of winning numbers will be posted %to any per son sending an addressed envelope to the representative, with stamp unaffixed. Ruy from your local agent on or before 1st May, or send Po^ol Note, P.O., or stamps with exchange added, direct to the representati...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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CURRENT JOTTINGS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 16 April 1915

CURRENT JOTTINGS The most likely country to capture German trade is probably the U.S.A. The Allies are too Busy to look af ter it. A German journalist on a, visit to the U.S.A.; being interview ed by the 'New York Herald,' sta ted he had observed the toy manu facture, which was the main support of Bavaria, was now Being done in America, and the articles sold at prices which would be hard to beat. The artisans of Bavaria who did this work had mostly gone to tfe war. And so Bavaria's toy uaua has gone very much to Pot. The U.S.A. is gathering in the pieces al right, and not wasting much sympa thy on the trouble either. The P.L. Conference's motion of respect for the memory ol the late Sir Francis Suttor was good * Sir Francis was a straightgoer in pub lic affairs, and much more of a gen tleman than the average. He did not revile his opponents or make false assertions about them, and,, general-' ly, his attitude was tfair; It was al ways courteous. If men, of Suttor's qualities of char...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
UNANDERRA [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 16 April 1915

MMNDEftRA THe sailing race on Saturday, for the championship, ^ brought out four bdats, which had a light FJ NE breeze to do the course' in. Dul cie, 19ft. (D. Wood, junr.), with a large sail which was supposed to be n6n est, won; Juanita, ,18ft. ( J. Mas ! sey) , 2nd; - Mavis, 17ft : OAlf.' Mas seyi, 3rd. There is, going to be a good quail season, if the birds stay for it. Some think they wiJl migrate as soon as the . cold nights begin In the meantime, thfe immunity fro'm j Shooting provided by the law1, afed whicb. every good sportsman honors, is . not being observed by all shpot ehf. ? vj; '? ' \ V.v Mr. Waiter Franklin, a veteran campaigner j ha© volunteered .for the \var, and gone to camp. Ee- had been wounded in a previous cam paign f and had -some difficulty in get tiwg accepted. Thejr wanted to enrol him for the - Ambulance, but be ^ in tended that if he could carry a stret cher. he coujds carry a rifle, Farmers just now are busy getting in oats. J. W. JGbrrell has1' ?ust Co...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 16 April 1915

I Curing Sciatica I The same principles must be ob served in treating sciatica as in any other disease if a really permanent jcure is looked for. The correct treat ment goes a step beyond the reudt of tho symptoms, and cures the pause. Sciatica is a nerv0us disord er just like neuralgia. It is ' ten spoken of as neuralgia of the sciatic nerve. On? medical writer of high I repute has said, it is the cry of Hie | nerves for food; The complaint incl' cates that the nerves are weak and run down, or lack tone, as the me dical man puts its Sometimes a blow or injury to the leg sets the trouble going. .The affected leg should have as much rest as pos-. sible. If the', patient can keep to be-1 or a couch so much the' Tietter. lie. Williams' Pink . -Pills should be given to build up the blood-, as it is from the blood the nerves get the 'food'* the medical writer says they are crying for. Thin blood Gauses nerves to become ^veak; building up the blood restores nerve force. Under Dr. Williams...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEEK BY WEEK [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 16 April 1915

WEEK BY WEEK Ald&rman Payne has gone on » trip to the Richmond River. — ' , The reservist drill in Wollongong : Town Hall on Monday evening was - attended iby about thirty. The Bellambi Coal Co's. steamer Malachite (605 tons), has been sold, Mr. . John. G. White, of Sydney, being the purchaser.. ?'t Loadings listed at Port Kembla for Ai next wieek are : Echunga, 8000 tons |j;. coal; Eskor, 2000 tons coal; Cainira, '' Coke. |-iv: — O— :f;\. ? jV meeting for initiating a temper ance effort in Wollongong is adver ? : tised in this issue- It is hoped that .V , all who believe there is need for lm s?. proment willc owe, ip- ' ? — °- gf;f X. petition for the granting of a conditional license to Mr. P. Mafcin, |f- for the late Royal Hotel premises ? I'j v Wollongong, is ,now lodged with the j| , - police for verification. ? j The Gooseberry and Hooka Islands r Trust have been notified by Mr. Mor y ton, M.L.A.A. of a grant of £25. ^ * 'The money will be sp^nt in repairs. t/' Coastal...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Making a German Soldier BITTER EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 16 April 1915

Making a German Soldier I BIOTEB EXiPElBlENCB. Germany is sweeping up her men and putt ng them through their pac es, we know, says the London 'Even- ing News,' but of the training of the new German Army we know, i but little. Some idea of the 3?rusBian. Po. licy, we may gather from the follow ing letters. T8iey were written by a German recruit during the month of December to a friend in England and reached their destination via, a neu tral country. Until September last, their .writer held a confidential posi tion in the offices of a Hamburg merchant, and is a first-class gymna sium man. When the call to arms came he was swept up, With others, to be prepared for service early * in 1915. December 11th. To-day I have much sewing to -io, for drill has been something a de ? gree 1 worse ' than usual. We hove been driven through barbed-wire fen- ces, and our clothes, in consequence, ,are m rags. After a flay which includes such drill it Is difficult even to crawl, r ' Hands, elbows, knees...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 16 April 1915

Have a Drink? 1 Nothing better as a Thirst * Quencher & Appetiser than :flj Ginger Beer 1 MADE PROM I 14 GI&JO ' POWDERS. I A Sixpenny Packet contains all* fl the ingredients necessary to make fl gallons of tasty, refreshing' fl Ginger Beer. fl Get a Packet To-Day, and we'll 'fl return your money if you're fl not satisfied' fl 'The Store Where Quality Counts, fl G. R. JARMAN, I Tel. 84. KEIRA-STREET I Picture Framing I A Contented Mind is a thing Divine- 8| TO know that your Frames are of the ! jfl latest and well made is the main road fl| to contentment. This road undoubtedly leads to the Establishment of Waltbti Goulton. Just arrived, another lot of Travellers*' flB Samples of all sorts of j^R Electroplate & Fancy Goods fl Suitable for .flf BIRTHDAY & WEDDING PRESENTS. fl As my Piices'are suitable tt- all.Jthe satis- S| faction of my Customers proves the genuine- fl| ness of my business. S| JPictnrs Framing:, Fancy Goods, - fl and Stationery. -fl Ad...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 16 April 1915

THE COST OF LIVING IS GOING UP ALL BOUND Yet ask some of your friends who have tried L» BLACK'S | 55/ - Suit to Order 55/ i WITH THE GUARANTEE NO FIT — — — NO PAY And they will tell you that the Quality is there bigger than ever. The Style, tHe Cut, the Make, They are all there in every garment. Yet the Price is the same as before. The Explanation is— When I undertake to make you a Suit, I consider - myself in your service, and consequently I must serve you faithfully and well il I wish to be kept in your service. ' Give me your next Order. Let me convince you. No RisK at all to you. I have always Kept faith with the public* ^ West of Inlaid Worsteds, 'Unfada'ble Serges. EC/ THE suit rr / DO/' TO ORDER Oa/» ? ' JOB EVEETTaWS IN IIEN'S WEAtt ALWAYS SO TO I RI.ArH Ths Right Price I t 1 4 ' (Beoisieeex)) ' BLACK'S COBNEB, WOLLONG0N&. . H-E-A-N-'S BEST FOR CHRONIC COLDS. ; ' The cough mixture I made from ' «, Hean's Essence is the besjt remedy I have ever used fc^r chronic colds...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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ALBION PARK [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 16 April 1915

ALBIONPAAK ? At :a cattle sale at Moss Vale re*. -3; cently a number, of Albion Park « buyers Were in attendance. They «tate that springers — in lines of- 3—. realised £14 17s 6d. Anything in a fair condition sold exceptionally well. - Some of the local buyers purchased {h store cows in largo' numbers. , % Local dairy farmers are not at all [3 enamoured with the- Necessary Com- C*?S| modifies Commission's opinion with . regard to what the ruling price of - butter should „be. In the course , of two , or threa t ^ weeks- the recently-erected Jamberoo Cheese Factory will be in operation. ' \|j The machinery- installed has been -?- . ? purchased with a view to treating . the- largest output, while in appoint- - ^--^3 ments and general arrangements tlw new factory is stated to be one of - the most up-to-date in the State. v-.:- Mr. J. McClelland, now oC Bujida- - = v^|l walla farm, Berry, and recently the !?.???«?? milk weighman at Tllawarra Central Creamery, has forwarded a fetter to Mr...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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COLEDALE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 16 April 1915

. CO L E DALE The committee of the Illawarra Cottage Hospital held a meeting on Saturday night last',''when the con. ditions in regard to laying the wa ter on to the new institution .were agreed upon. When this and' other minor work is completed, the open ing will be celebrated. The North Bulli Colliery was idle three days last week as a result 61 a dispute arising ijpregard to the interpretation of tlie new Surface Hands Award, The general secretary addressed the men on Sunday, and an agreement was arrived at 'that work be resumed on Monday. Mat ters have been progressing satlB'act ' orjly during this iweek, and the hope is expressed that a much to be de eired continuance of work will be the order for some time to come. There is a big improvement in the 'coke- trade, and additional hands have been engaged this week In order that the product might be loaded to ful fil orders. Further s ding accommo dation is being provided for in the company-s railway yard, which will have the resul...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Golden Wedding [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 16 April 1915

Golden Wedding On Monday, 22nd 'March the sons and daughters of Mr. and .[Mrs. J . Knight, resident' \ on the Richmond Uiver district, met in the home of their parents at Cowlong ifor purpose of celebrating their golden wedding. Many relatives of the family were rIso present. The Rev. R. J . Thom us conducted a Brief religious ser vice, in which the bride and bride groom of fifty years ago renewed their marriage covenant and vows, j After the assembled company had of- | fered their congratulations \ to the worthy couple, Mr. George Knight on behalf of all the sons and daughters of the family, were presented 'with a j pair of comfortable easy chairs. Due acknowledgment was made by Mr. Knight of the affection and goodwill prompting such serviceable gifts. The company then adjourned to the enclosed verandahs, where a bounte ous feast was daintily arranged upon beautifully prepared tables. The wed ding cake, supplied by Mr. ,P. McNjff, was specially designed to harmonise with the specia...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 16 April 1915

J\ Imperial Hotel CLIFTON. ' * /:' VISITOES to Clifton will find this New and Up-to-date Hotel replete with every modern comfort and convenience. Good Attendance, Good Table, Homely and - Comfortable, r Elevated, salubrious position, overlooking the . ocean. Full Board, or separate 1 tariff. Terms Moderate. Best Brands of Winea, Beets and Spirits always stocked. George piji|aip iProprietor. . : Model Furnishing House. , BEGS -to inform ihe Public' tliat be /has removed to premiseB .at the eproer ? Crown and ChurcQ StrSts ^iafcely joceupied^ ?by the Co-op. Society) and stocked wjth a; - well (elected Stock of New CROCKERY Inspection Invited. Crown Street, . Woliongorg, , * - - -jbate T. B. WjEABSr), Hairdresser : Tofcawoaist^ Manager TOURIST BITflEAU, . WOLtXWGONtf 'i^°''1''1 1 ??? 1 ? '? 1 ^ 1 1 '' ? ? ? 1 ? ~ 1 ' 1 1 „ ?' ARCADE STORES ?; ? v^:;/ (Ijatb 'J1, '^.?^3B3EMAl}'), v:. ; ' CROWN STREET, W0LL0fK50N-|, FOR^-^- : / General Drapery, Clothing, Mercery, Ladies' & Gent's...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 16 April 1915

RESOH s[ 3 AUSTRALIAN I m -w I XXX Ale. (Draught) J 1 LAGER - - 1 1 PILSENER - - 1 DINNER ALE- - 1 SELECT STOCK ALE 1 STOUT - - ij OBTAINABLE | IN BOTTLES g FROM | ALL HOTELS | % & 1 RESCH'S ALES, LAGERS, & STOUT f jj » | are brewed by Australians for Australians |j 2j AND STAND EASILY FIRST. If «? If ? . | BREWERY - REDFERN, SYDNEY. % xmwmwfmmmwfmmwfiwiiwwtwii-s* * - ' G.C.T|i|i PBODUOE MEBOHANT AND Commission Agent The Farmers' ami Settlers Co-op Society, Ltd.. Wollongong. | IHfltiicfc A#entr.for j HoLean'e Mild Oured Bacon ; Bamee' Mild ] Onred Baoon i Qrago's Diamond Floor ; ' Balfcio Separator, ; C&mpion'jS Carbolic Sand Soap. Agricultural Seed and all Farm and -; on hand. ' ' I;. ? f ~ Wholesale Buyers Supplied At Sydney JPricea il Inuttedia^JBahmw Giten. ' ' llelsitonNo. ffl)/ . 7 ???'- --??-???r OSOWS BTREKT, WOLLONOONG Crystal Fountain. J- FAilnrsoxr i Oimjiai Haeto qr, ' ' 'ill-.. I ' UPPER CBOW& -flTSBSET, Wofen^ong; ' - ' *1 V «r dW'#? Tel...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 16 April 1915

MODERN DENTISTRY AT REFORM PRICES 1 J. H. QUIST, r.d.s„ I (LATE OF OXFORD STREET, SYDNEY) # || Bridge Work, Is per Tooth Gold Crowns from 10s 6d Gold Fillings from 10s 6d t ; Beautiful Sets of Teeth with Patent Suction, from £2 2s. GUARANTEED PAINLESS EXTBACTION8. \ CROWN STREET, WOLLONGONG J (Opposite Government Savings Bunk). M me MOST MODERN 1 MOTOR GARAGE, Keira Street. Wollongong. FtJLLYEQUIPPE D WITH TTP.TO-D ATE MACHINES ' , AND IN THE HANDS OF TRAINED MECHANICS. All Repairs Done and witK a Conscience. Vulcanizing, Tyre and Tube Repairs a Speciality. Bazing, Fitting and Turning Done, and allEepairs to Motor Boats, Oil and Gas Engines, Sewing Machines, Pumps, etc. * t',i* Petfol,Tyres, and all Running Requisites , ^ ? in StocK. ENJOY THE SITES OF BEAUTIFUL ILLAWAEEA. - - OARS FOR HIRE, ' 4 Only Sound and Comfortable Carfr used, and dnven by Competent Men, Special Tourist Trips, All Day and Half Day to all South , ,:Ai? Coast Resorts. - ? - ^ , ri ? I ? ?' .. 'i . . v Telephone...

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RURAL TOPICS POULTRY BREEDERS' HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 16 April 1915

- RURAL TOPICS Rtf FOt'I/TBY BREEI-EtRS' HINTS, p£V Mate pullets with second season Bresg-.-rV- -cocks.'.- i ' ji§P'':'-' Mate cockerels with second season - hens. ? ..'; ' . ? ' ? ^ J m '. ~ Look out for vermin in roosting f\ houses .at this season. - . Is.'' *? Never allow food to become sour in I the poultry run. AWmal food given fresh is an in centive to egg production. An old male bird in the moult should not be used to breed from. I Green food contains everything to promote health in feathered stock. j ? Cholera, a deadly disease, is in ., v duced by imp\u*c Avater , tainted runs. ; and stale food, - ' Iii the scratching shed bury tlife _grain in the litter,' so as to ma»u- 'the birds work for it. v Wien giving 'Epsom salts, mix. up ?4' %ith hot water, and then 'put it in the mash at feeding time. ? i kill worms inHfowis, give ~ the : . l. . birds pills of thymol, consisting of -^rain of thymol mixed in a soft bread pellet., v k v' Variety is a great necessity in' the ' .feedi...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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WOLLONGONG COURT Drunk and Riotous. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 16 April 1915

WOLLONGONG COURT Drunk and Riotous. On Tuesday William Morgan, for ri otous behavior in Crown-street was fined 10s; for indecent language 40s, or fourteen days. John Henry Walker, drunkenness, fined 2s 6d. John * Barnett, riotous behavior in ; ? Crown-street, pleaded guilty. Con stable Redmond stated that Barnett had been subjected to some annoy ance and had challenged some o* the N crowd to fight. Fined 10s, costs 6s. Tjeonard Burns, 20, pleaded guilty Co a charge of using indecent lang uage in Wollongong. Sergt.^ Noble stated defendant was one of 'a gang of young men who were becoming very troublesome; they we-'e to be ; beard at all hours oif the night and | many complaints had been received about them. Fined 20s, 6s Costs, or seven days. Defendant asked for time to pay. Fourteen days were given on security being forthcoming . Fritz Becker pleaded guilty, to a charge of being drunk and disorder ly at FiRtree. Constable Hargrave stated that Becker was being set up on by a mob at t...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 16 April 1915

\ Torpid Liver 'An inactive condition of the liver is usually the cause of the drowsy. Uncomfortable feeling and the JacU of aanbition and energy of many peo i pie. If neglected the condition usu | ally ends in a bad bilious attack, j, Finkettes, the new laxative, give 'excellent results in cases of torpid , liver and biliousness. They have a ' specific action on the liver and speed i ily banish the feeling of lassitude and weariness. They are effective without being drastic and they have none of the bad effects of strong '? purgatives, Send your 'name and ad* ? dress for a free trial sample men tioning the 'South Coast Times.' Sold everywhere at Is. per bottle or post paid from tho Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Ltd., Sydney. * Mr. V. WILSON V g DENTIST 1 CROWN STREET,' WOLLONGONG. | Also Branoh Surgery — MAIN ROAD. BULLI Opposite Mr, H. F, Cotterell. Houtb— 9.30 4.30 — Wednesdays excepted' - r . ? ESTABLISHED 1879. - F. ARNOLD, Monumental Sculptor, 53 Regent Street, SYDNEY. Country W...

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