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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

Mr GEORGE WERRETT, CASTRATOR, OPERATES XJPNJS STANDING. 1 * ' Jtfo Bo^B tJflBD, ' JIAKCHMONT, ' Helensbargb, South Coast, Metcalfe Street, WftHsend, Nowcaetle. \J - ., '. THE COST OF LIVING ^ GOING UP ALL ROUND 1 Yet ask some of your friends who 1 have tried 1 L. BLACK'S I 55/- Suit to Order 55/- I W4TH THE GUABANTEE , M HO FIT NO PAT I .'?;?? : v ? 1 And they will tell you that the -j| Quality is there bigger than ever. M THe Style, the Cut, the Make, They are I all there in every garment. . M Yet the Price is the same as before. 4 : '??'?' ? ??? ' ' ? ? ? ??,.?'.?..? ? ^ 4J The Explanation te~ ^ ? ? ?' ''' ' . ????'? '' ? ?? ( ' ' ? '''!? When I undertake to make you a Suit, I consider 3| myself in your service, and consequently I must -3 serve you faithfully and well if I wish to be kept in -' ;i your service. * 'M Give me your next Order. Let me . M convince you. No RisK at all to you. '!§ 1 have always Kept faith With the M public. , Jj Irish and Scotch Tweeds, 1 * West of Engl...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

Mr) James Lindsay, V 1 DENTIST, Opposite Moppniftn^ovur Wobds' CROWN ST. WOLLOJfGONO. Telephone U s

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Coalcliff Prosecutions [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

.. ' Coalcliff Prosecutions Tho prosecution -of Coalcliff Colli ery employees on a charge of being absent from work on March 9 tn, w,as resumed in Wollongong Courthouse on ?Tuesday, .' Mr. A. -E. Elliott, S.M., on the Bench. Mr. G: S. Beeby ap peared for the prosecution; Mr. J . W. Abigail for the defence. . The case in course of being aeaat with was that of Thomas iQilmore'; the defence evidence continu ng. William Hyde's examination was continued. The deposition of previ ous evidence was read; he had depos ed that the alteration of the pick man's hours was an interference with custom, and a breach of the award; it would mean that the miners (would either have to Pay increased wages to ,. the pickanan, or, more probably, employ a second pickman. He was willing to return to work if the old custom was i'estored. Continued : The men were in a reasonable mind when the stoppage took place. Had a Conversation witn Mr. Hotchkis at the lamp cabin af-' ter witness came to the surface on the...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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COLEDALE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

CO IE BALE Since the stoppage over the dis pute in connection with the Surface Jiauds' Award, the North Bulli Coll iery has been working well, though one day was lost last week owing to there being an nsufficient supply of skips. Great activity prevails in the coke trade here, the platforms beihe cleared almost as fast as the product can be turned out. At.the -loqal Methodist Church oh Sunday last a special collection for | the Belgians wafl made, with .very satisfactory results. It is intended to make a monthly collection of a sim ilar character. The Coledale Progress Association held its fortnightly meeting on Fi'i day evening ? last, w,hen the chief item j under discussion ' wai the proposed I establishment of a hotel at ColedaWJL I ? There was 'some opposition to the I project, many 'members contending that such a proposal should not emanate from the Association. It was eventually decided that conside rat on oif the project be allowed to stand in abeyance for three months, I The...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

Earned, Not Bought How. hard it often is to earn and maintain '?,? a good reputation, and how easy it is to lose one. As with. a man's reputation, so it -s vHh other things in this life. Some things achieve a -\ reputation which stays with them. They are founded on intrinsic value. They ' face the public backed up by honesty, and work their way jquietly and thorough ly. People want' no better proof of merit than is Contained in the foll owing experience: — Mr. John Npwton, HopetoUn St . Bulli, says: 'My back ached so sev eiel.M at times that it was as much as I could do to keep at my 'work, I am. a miner and have a lot o! stooping to flo, which increased the fain, so you cata imagine what I had to put up with. I had been pretty Ijad for a long time when a fuate advised jne to try Doan's Backache Kidney Pills. I sent off for a bottle, and started with them right away. It seems incredible but it's a fact' that the One bottle cured vie. I have no sign of backache now and it is three mo...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

D. CLABK (Late f. S. WeaBN), I Hairdresser and Tobacconist. I LARGE STOCKS OF FANCY GOODS: I FISHING TACKLE; STATIONERY, &c. I ' I Up-to-Date Saloon. All Tools Sterilized, Manager TOURIST BUREAU, WOLLONGONtt. _____; ? ? r ? L— .— — !_:--'— S6c MOST MODERN MOTOR GARAGE, Keira Street, Wollongong* I FULLY EQUIPPED WITH UP-TO-DATE MACHINES I AND IN THE HANDS OF I TRAINED MECHANICS. 1 All Repairs Done and with a Conscience. ; ? Vulcanizing, Tyre and Tube Repairs a Speciality. ? Baring, Fitting and Turning Done, and all Repairs ' ? to Motor Boats, Oil and Gas Engines, Sewing B ..'.'.'' Machines, Pumps, etc. r ' ' W Petrol.Tyros, and all Running' Requisites , ' S in $tocK. m ENJOY THE SITES OP BEAUTIFUL ILLAWAEBA. \M CARS FOR HIRE, I Only Sound and Comfortable Cara used, and driven by Competent W Men, Special Tourist Trips, All Day and Half Day to all South 'S Coast Resorts. 9| Telephone 2O3 Wollongong. ?- JONES & SON, Proprietors m — - THE , HARRIS_PHARMACY. I We Want* You...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

;'?? Cfre/'.bair is caused by the 'weakness ' ' of the colour glands. of the scalp. Old . »ge, worry, ill-health, shock, scalp die ' '„ . ? ease,- «tc.; will 'cause- thisv. ; -SurmanbK . ' is. a: remaritstble cbniijoundj- winch .' builds up these weakened, famished ? colour glands, and makes them strong j ?- . and;' sturdy;. ' . Itr-'ihig^ wav- the old ? ;l ?pretty original colour is brought back ' to every, grejf thread, right irom xoot : ? to tip, in the .amazingly short time of - b -few weeks. ' Surmanol, by thus per ^pernianentiy remedying the greyness of . - ??.'' your, hair, 'saves you from 'a life-time i ' of slavery to ,lwir . d3res. You let ' Sur; ? ma no! put youth back in your hairr-*. '. ''? .-liow Simple— how 'easy it: is. 'Priced 5/- ; , , p ' (post&ge'i id. extta^Jrotn the'15d£e?.:_: ? '.' ' worth Laboratories, Hoffnung'a -Oiaiii- ? - ben?, IBS Pitt Street, Sydney, N.S.W. Describe hair, troubles fully when writ-. r-v - ~'- JilDT* ?'-? - : ?? ?* ?'??' '- - '' /...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

Always in front Success at the Front CUCCESS at the front de pends mainly upon the good qualities of the forces employ ed. So also in your cooking— ' the secret of success is in the material you use. To secure good results nothing but the best will perfectly satisfy. Dr. Waugh's Baking Powder is always the best, and you may be absolutely certain that it will rise to the occasion every time it is put to the test. It assures your having, the most - . delightful cakes and puddings, the lightest of scones, . the , ?*' flakiest of pastry, &a. Use it - always and avoid dissatisfac tion, and unpleasant failures. CURES ECZEMA And all Irritations of the Skin From the very first application the skin becomes healthy and clean again, and every disfiguring pimple or rash completely disappears. ' The Greater Skin Cure of the^Vge Exzerma is a household remedy and no home should be without it. V; Compounded trom Australian herbs and roots.' .: ? -,. : ^;- : Obtainable from all Chemists *.J«...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

t, v ?, ? ^ m jm am ? . '* ^T To those of pur customers who desire a ^^ ^ .m moderately priced piano, we recommend with % - ; # the. utmost confidence our VICTOR PIANOS. ^ K \ m Made specially to our own design, VICTOR m 1 ? PIANOS embody our 60 years' experience. '-? \* m They are handsome in appearance and have a ? X ? beautiful full tone and a delightful touch ; as ? | 1 to their durability we cannot speak too highly. w' -iTi I VICTOR PIANOS are built to last a lifetime; I ) \ . Illustrated descriptive catalogues and full par- ?' m i % ticulars of our easy terms are post free. '# M \^ PALING'S, j ^^^_ 338 GEORGE ST. | ^ff;.,'- ?. SYDNEY. 2 I ; AMB AT NKWCA8TLB, LI8MORB. KTO* -f f J&4ft^B^?l Alfred Wood, f j ?~*S*^fr&t%Sr^ ^r^.* ' Crown S treet, Wollongong 1 -' ;. , — - — - — — — ? . - „ ' ; J ' ; — .' ' . ' -- '% -*^^ ' ? ? \. ????[?? '3 9k*J Australian and I mBB&iXfSiUB^^ ? i ' ' ' ' ' ? '. ????????*-. ' ? . iffl JflBSBftR*^^^^ ? ' ? i ^.: :-? ' ?. ??''??...

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RURAL TOPICS THEW WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

RURAL TOPICS i ? ? ? . ? T THE w' WHEAT. Vi Ust meetiiit of the Kiaina Ag .^ ' * nculluial society, Mr. Bobb spoke of -unsatisfactory experience . and of risi m the Thew \vhe,at and said the soriei\ should -not bother with its distribution Mi Gie\ said its advantages were in the fact that it was a good and euriy /oddur crop which should ' pc. fy.^* qiazed off in an early stage whon JS£ the second growth would be -better f' than the first.; - ' Mr. T. J.ames thought it outside ^ the province of the society to t!is JJ tnbute seeing: the -wheat -was i'e«'og- ^. ~ uised as a commercial commodity, and moved that the Society discon p * tmue its distribution. jt * Seconded l-y Mr. Wood, who con-. [ , sidered it better purchasers should k.,.* buy their wheat in the open market. *C » The distribution entailed a lot of £.* \iork and trouble for ths secretary. f^-- — Camed — 'Independent.' ; p\ i'OiLLT,R\ BKEiBDDRS HINTS. ft *? Egg eating is a source ol trouble t-S * among poultry which are cl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

BLUE EIEEOIT ';;| BiREAD V; ? ' - *' 4 IS ?- TJ Rees' Bread. t jj '? FIRST PRIZE' AGAIN^- |i^^ j atWotiongong.Bhow. . ??'? ; -vO^ftflllp f ?? — ? . ?? '- ~ -' ' - -'? '-' ?' ^';---pil§|| f It ia Good and Wholesome. Xlhildren like jt- ^; KjSj^S . ' ?. . and enjoy it like flake/ '' ?' . ? ;-Y ? OT?-*SSr|$ Old jseonle appreciate its fine quality ????? -;h r^f3g|I knowing' it is baked with due regard fyy.l''J*]gm8sm retaining the rich nutriment of. the wh6at. : ? i ^§=^^8 . ' It is Baked by Expert Bakers at' V. v^,?|{^a %: : BEES'. . Bakeryv.H^ ;.?;.?;? . UnaiiderTa, ; ? ^.SBJjl Cart delivers in: Wollongong and ^%5^|^|i . .- surrounding districts daily ? .--r \'f^Q£M '. _ ?' T«!ephone 179, .Unanderca. ? : . ' , ':V4t^fel ? ;'':!:':V.;.;' :.^.^:^i^P ' Housewives OT0;unanimou8:ttid;-':i.^5^^ Briinton's Mour -#! jh- .ep^K^^a J ; ?? -for Scoria ttfidBtfjML :t %:M^^m Bafceia prefer, pw^t^4::i^:S3^(^^^M other flbto ? 5fot / Rteaft iit|iiS^S ? ; / . Sir»aM^odB. .'C '^M£$Sm -' ' ? - --': '~ ??'...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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WOMAN'S WORLD HOUSEHOLD MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

WOM^fORCD HOUSEHOLD M3E3MS. .. ? Keep bread in an earthenwiare pan, MiUi a lid. , Clothes put away damp never look 1 smooth and well finished when taken out for use, and there is danger of their becoming damaged bjr mildew. If anything on which paraffin has ' been spilled— handsincluded — is rubb ed with raw potato, the smell will ' immediately disappear. Carolina rice is generally the best for casseroles, and all rice for en trees and entremets; it shoutfd be washed, in hot water, then put into cold, ,aii(i laid upon, a sieve to drain. Lace that is desired to take an old lace shade will soon do so if after washing it it is dipped in the water potatoes have been boiled, in ; care must be taken not to get this too stiff. ? ? ; ? t i ; i; Dry old crusts in the oven, and -; grate them— ijOttle for use when fry ing- \ ? ? ?; ? Ail patients suffering from gout, should discard alcohol and roast beef and make a free use of apples. ??..:? ?'#???* ???»? ? ? : ? . /To remove iron rust from li...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

Woman is as Old as She Looks N~o . woman wants to look old. Many in their efforts to look youth ful resort to the beauty doctors' pre scriptions In this they are mistak en, beauty depends, upon the health. Constipation, biliousness, and tiiver Trouble in a very short time brmg the dull 'eye, 'crows feet,'* andiiag gard look and drooping shoulders. To retain the appearance of youth, you must retain 'health, instead of lotions, powders, and paints get a i bottle of Liaxo-Tonic Pills. These famous rills stride at 'the very root of these enemies to jnur youthful appearance. They ma**e you not only look young, but in addi tion to that tW cleanso the en* s*\ system and - strengthen and inviaror p-te you all over. They are obtain able everywhere at Is. a»d 2s. * bottle! tho larger bottles aoldinp %wo .and a half times as many piHa ? 'as. the small. x Start t- is treatment, Snd no«,e the results. * ' ' ? ?',?.' * ? ' ' ? . ?' - ? I : COMMENS&TUGKEY THE ILLAWARRA 0ARRIA8E FACTORY ;; ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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DAP TO [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

':-X:imt91^ (i^ h- Since tlie rain ploujarhing opoVations have been in lull swing here, a fairly large area being placed under culti vation. All milkings arc being called in from Dapto, the ?demand being much in excess of the supply. Mr. I?. Simpson is at present cut tiny cedar at West Dapto for the ' purpose of constructing a .launch and a boat for use on the L/ake. Anglers who have spent many 'hours at Mullet Creek of late hove fniled to catch anything worth tak-« injj home. Since the fish came into the creek, as a result of the rain, practically none have been caught. The quail season opons on the. 15th May, and as the birds are Said, to he plentiful (hereabouts, sportsmen are anxiously waiting for that date to come round. Miss Beatty is Miss Stevens' suc cessor as assistant teacher .' at the Dapto Public School Concert-goers should not fail to re nwmber 'that the entertainment in jiid of the funds of Dapto School of 'Arts takes place on Wednesday even ing next. Besides the best ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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INDUSTRIAL COURT [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

INDUSTRIAL COURT The €.I.M. held Court in Wollon gong on Thursday. Frederick Taylor was charged with not keeping a copy of the award of tho Iron and Smith Trades in his arrier's shop, Corrimal. Also that he did not keep a time sheet. He pleaded guilty. He said he Came here irom a aistnct in wnicn there ;was no award. There was a copy of an award posted on the premises which he thought was the one, but it prov ed to be obsolete; could not read himself; ho only employed one 'boy. Joined 10s and 5s, With costs, total £1 7s. The C.I.M. remarked that he made , the penalties light because de fendant was an illiterate man. 'A Watchman's Hours. The Minister for.,L-abor and Indus try, by Inspector Waugh, proceeded against the. North Bulli Coal and Coke Co., for suffering a -watchman, William Charles Elliott, to work 0iore than 48 hours per week, as sti pulated n the Ookeworkers' A*ward, between the 9th and 23rd January. Mr. Schrader (Messrs. Sly and Rus eell), appeared on behalf of the de fe...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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HELENSBURGH [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

BliEiisioiii W 1 - The - Metropolitan r Colliery Jias been .^ffl working i every day^ ' Some stoppages \ '^H have occurred owing to shortage of , ''ISIIi empty trucks. ' ' . 'wSm Mr. ft. Davis, miners' check-iospec- f'^ffl tor^ -has been making a general -in- ^JHl spection of the mine; ?' '- : ''^Mi At a special meeting of the local g*m lodffe, held on l^riday. Mr. Willis, the mm general secretary, explained the po- ^ eition regarding the trouble at Goal- & cliff and Corritnal, and also dealt 4 w,ith the provisions of the Sur ace £1 Hands' A-ward. Fair increases ' hav« ~ s been ? obtained at some of the mines ?** for certain classes of work. -jj On Thursday evening, Mr, Meredith - .- 'C Atkinson, delivered an address in the If Assembliy Koom of the Workmen's $ Club on the objects of the Workers' ii Educational Association!. A' tutorial -^ class was formed, thirty being en- . ' '4v''| rolled. The subject chosen for the ^ first session was 'Economics and In- - I dustriai Histo...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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AUSTINMER [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

AUSTINMER 9 Last Saturday evening the local /i^B Progress Association and Surf Ciuh- * UBi entertained their late secretary and 'l^H captain of the Surf Club, Mr. (Eric -'^9 Fergusoii, to a farewell . soc al, on- ^jflfl the ev» of his departure ior the ' '*lfiB front. Mrs. Sweeney kindly lent her ] '99 house for the evening, and a most '19H enjoyable time was spent bv the nu» fl merous friends of this very popular IB young mnan. During the evening tho ffjj Misses Latimer, Rhoden and Sweeny ,iH pleased everyone -with their piano M and vocal numbers, whilst 'Messrs. -' « Bhoden and Falconer did the same 'M for the males. At a later stage Mr. ' -?#& J. Cahill gave a capital recitation; ' M 'Tho Bush Christening, ' by Miss M Sweeney -was also well received; a /3 comical impromptu song and dance, *m of a unique character, was given |j during the late evening by Mr. Pat ijm Owen, nothing like it has been seen ' |fl for some time Alter the health of -'fl the King and. the Allies ha...

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The Agricultural Society's Committee (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

The Agricultural Society's J Committee , J (To the Hditor.) ,| Sir,— Having just received i allot- ?, £M paper for the . election^ of committee ,r *W for our A.H. and I. 'Association, 1 ^m notice some of t^le candidates Vere^ ? t /'jl nuembers of the last comi»itte^ 'iisrJio , f%m only attended a very few meetings, jj and, in one case, did not attend any.. * 1 ^S Why they are seeking re-election, 1 *wi do / not know. .Others offering their' ^^a services are raen^; whom, I belitevei '^ JM are worthy, but being employed in 4^ regular daily iwork, are, theretore, -J| ijot able to give the time and atten- , 1f438 tion required, just previous to our 'fll show, in getting the grounds And ^ /|a other matters attended to. We want: ^*^ a working committee ; everyone to ~'^a| do his share and help. Coming in ^| just on show -iays to receive rosette, ' n $j£ etc., is not that. I trust that tne* -|| members will remember this when hi- * , f M ling in ballot papers.— -Yours, etc., ' J m f B. CRA...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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CORRIMAL [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

{CORRilttAL ; For the currfeht pay Sbuth_ BulW , has full time, The employees 'of the Corrional Opliiery express diasfttis laction get ? the Jong delay in arriv ing at a settlement to resume work; a fairly large percentage of the men have obtained work elsewhere. iA number of men have, recently joined the colors, arid are noiw. locat ed at (Liverpool Camp. , Thecokeworks is going fairly brisk ty; operations are being carried on through the ' medium of coal supplied from district collieries. Rumors are current that another large picture hall will shortly be er ected in Corrimal. The Empire Entertainers appear here again this Saturday night ; an entirely new, programme will be pre- , sented, when a couple of new artists are billed to make their first ap, pearance before , a Corrimal audience. The entries for the footrace, open handicap, to be held in Corrimal, on tliis Saturday, promise a successful afternoon's sport. The first heat is timed for three p.m. A large number of people hav...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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State Public Health Policy (3) [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

State Public Health Policy , (Publiblied fcj Authority.) (3- .. . ^nem investigating the hospitals syetem otf the Stete, Mr. iFlowers found , that a number of - essential ? . things Were lacking. Gentralisatiori of all the more important inediqal and surgical work in the big city hospitals was, and still is, but to a. Jesser extent, responsible' for the ov ercrowding of these institutions. The ? remedy plainly lay in decentralisa tion by (1) establishing convalescent homes; and (2) creating district hos pitals capable of doing every class of work that the big hospitals do. Tlie first phase of decentralisation ,Jias been accomplished by setting up ?the Strickland Convalescent Home ':.'?? tor Women, at Rose Bay', and tyie ' !?, Denistone Convalescent Hoine for Men, at Ryde. But the second phase, that of ringing the whole metropo lis with district hospitals, is Undev eloped, due to nuances tightened by the *war. ? The State Convalescent Homes have eased, to some extent, the1 pres sure ...

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