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NEWCASTLE NOTES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 February 1915

NEWCASTLE NOTES fThe members ol the Killingsworth Tennis Club opened their court in the Congregational Church . grounds! on Saturday afternoon. Mr. T. Wj Kennaway, in welcoming the great number of Visitors present from W. Wallsend, ? Toronto and -Newcastle, hoped the court would be the scene of many pleasant games. Miss .Mc Ceachie, Toronto, then played tte first ball over i;he nets and declared the court open. Alderman P6lak has been elected Mayor of Lambton. At the annual meeting of North ern U.L.V. Association the chairman in his address, declared it was im possible for publicans to carry on unless they carried forward the new tax to the people; unfortunately for the district there wer& more people selling pints for threepence than for fourpence. A motion was carried that a conference with the brewers be asked for with the object of ap pealing to them to .share the tax ! with the licensee. The surveyors are now completing the wiork -of laying out the route of the proposed...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOUNT KEMBLA. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 February 1915

MOUNT KEMBLA. 11 | The mine has eight days for the r ''J§H 'pay. This week every day but Mon- ^ f day has been worked. \ ijS Another motor, car is coming on ? 'JM this road, Mr: Arthur James having '.'Ja 'during the week brought lone from J||H ss^toeyt \ ?? ????? v.' , , -,,v; i:. mmm . J. H. Quist, from Sydney, has com*. . ; menped practice io new1' shop Crown- ^ Street, opposite ^Govt. Savings Bank. pa announces modfern dfentistry at reform priceB. 7$o 2 Starr-Bowkett Building So* ciety held a double appropriation ^ meeting on Saturday evening last; a - £280 sale -was purchased .by a Pca5^ borough member at 6 per «ent. A £50 ballot was drawn by Master ii. , .0 Bloor, Thirroul, and a £200 ballot . bv Mrs. Nellie Thomas, Port Kembla. - V. ? ... .... , . . '

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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WOLLONGONG COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 February 1915

WOLLONGONG COUNCIL ?At the meeting- on Friday evening all the aldermen were present,. Correspondence. From Frank Waldron, several let ters complaining oj the way ill which ratepayers N were treated by the fore . man in the matter of horse and dray work. One letter concluded ''Its a long way to Tlpperary, but I think we will get there.''' — Received ' From Works Department, intimat ing grant of £70 for sand-driit. From W. and S. Board, in reply to request for assistance in obtain ing' aj. sewerage system stating the municipality did not come within V the Board's jurisdiction. — On the mo* ' ? tion of Alderman Kirby, it was de cided to continue urging. (Alderman McKenzie urged more ef y fort to secure control of the water supply, which Alderman Marks sup ; ported very strongly. (From W. Leslie, asking that ? the term of the lease of the South fc Beach kiosk be reduced to sixteen ^ months, which would give him less (winter. — The Council was unsympa -v thetic. „ From J. A. Beatson, Cit...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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ILLAWARRA MINERS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 February 1915

ILLAWARRA MINERS I ii . , .. The adjourned conference between -r| the employers and executive officers of the Union was held in Sydney on J Tuesday at Pickery's Chambers. #at- ^ IS ters became somewhat complicated on account of North Bulli Colliery ^ having been laid idle that day by S the employees, as the employers had X made the conference conditional on 1 all the mines being at .work, if recj- ...v: J uired. However, on the assurance qf '% the executive officers that they were ^ totally unaware of the stoppage the employers agreed to proceed. No fin- % ality was arrived at, and there is 1lj still a slight difference, which, how. - J ever, it is hoped will be' overcome', . and an amicable settlement arrived ^ at at an early date. Representat. ves of : Miners' Associa- J tions from Tasmania, Queensland, Victoria; and the three coal districts ^ of this Statef met in. conference /in ' Sydney for the purpose of receiving v reports' and further considering ,thp , - ? scheme of a miner...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 February 1915

? /? - : ' MISS MIlXtJE ', H ARDY, a.v.c.«„ &.L.au. l.v^m.,' 1..L.0 M, HnEACHER of PI ANOFORTE.t) B -5 A N, jJ- and THEORY,' will receive 'or visit ^aplg.^ Address w Diamond & Ruby King 15ot. gold— 40b, 45b 3 Diamond— 70s. Diamond & Ruby —40s. Half Hoop, 5 Diamonds £4 10b, £5 10s ^ Diamond and Ruby, Half Hoop £4 15s £5 16b Wedding Rii.gs — 15ct. ?lfie ; 21p. l8ot from 20s; 9ot. J0e 6d Quality Guaranteed Keeper Rinsa 3ct. ^ Gold 24b Wedding and Engagement Rings A Speciality. DIAMOND HALF HOOPS, MARQUIS, CLUSTER, & CROSS OVER RINGS from £4/10 to £35 Rings Made to Order j A. BRICKWOOD. JEWELLER, OBOWN STREET. Opal and Diamond Ring 608 Diamond and Ruby or Sapphire, 55b I5ct, Gold Dress Rings Diamond and Ruby, 40s Diamond and Ruby or Sapphire 60s, 60s 18et. gold' Gent's Garnet or Amethyst Riiis s, 17s 6d, 20s, 25b, J Much Depends on the vC^ jp Careful Dispensing of ?? ? - ? ? - ? - ? - N your Doctor's Prescription A Slip — too much or a certain drug may me...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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HELENSBURGH [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 February 1915

HELENSBURGH fl At the monthly meeting of the ISIm Helensburgh Citizens' Association it , -^3 was decided to approach the trustees ^ with a view, of having portion of the common fenced. Residents would J9SH then be able' to keep their stock front .J«B roaming the streets and getting into , J|g9 the hands of the impounding officer. ' '*^9 Over thirty head were impounded ena j 4a.v last week,; Local residents - are H askiug why special inducements are ,-.-3 given the impounding officer to deal ® with straying stock in the Helens- m burgh district. It appears that be ..1| has been given the right to retain all 1 the fees collected in this portion ol ^ the Shire, while fees from other cen tres are paid into the Council. _^The Metropolitan mine was idle I two days last wieeki; so far, four | days have been worked this week. Under present trade conditions it is ^ not expected that the anine will work ^8 more than eight days a fortnight. j The baUot for treasurer of the | Workmen's Club res...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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PORT KEMBLA [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 February 1915

PORT KEMBLA | The paragraph published in last issue stating that the K.R. and S. Coy. were not Purchasing, copper ma terial, much to the loss of „certain copper mines, we are informed by the sunerintendent (Mr. White) is un true. The company are buying all they can get. The paragraph was an extract from fi.M: 'Herald.' 1 The new machinery installed at the low level jetty 'at Port Kembla is to be given a practical trial run to-morrow (Saturday) morning when the steamer Kiama will take in a '.argo of about 250 tons of coal for use at the State, crushers, Kiama. General satisfaction was expressed here yesterday when a wire was re ceived from Mr. Mark Morton.M-L.A'. to the effect that he had interview ed the Minister for 'Works, who had informed him that all Government employees . at the Port would get in full time as from Monday, next. Tho men employed at Port ICembla are the only Government employees in the Commonwealth that have been reduced to four dayB per week. At other places the...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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CURRENT JOTTINGS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 February 1915

CURRENT JOTTINBS I encountered the other day what appears to be clear evidence of an attempt by Germany to utilise the International Socialists in stirring up in the Allies' countries sympathy for Germany. The propaganda is carried on from the 'Vorwarts' of lice, whicn some time ago was tak en possession of by the German Go verment and an official staff install ed. The socialistic principle was not suppressed wholly, but it was over laid with sympathy with the cause of Germany, and through the office communication has been established with *' Internationals' in England, France and Russia. Pamphlets have been issued to these, arguing that the war was brought about by British capitalists; the argument is based on trade statistics set forth to show that Germany has been gaining commercially on (England ; hence the war. Another line oi argu ment used is that the triumph of the Allies would be that of Russian autocracy. So, the Internationalist is his own country is appealed ;to ostensib...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Mayoral Elections WOLLONGONG. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 February 1915

, Wayoral Elections WOLLONGONG^ This eventuated on ' Tuesday even ing. All the aldermen were present, and there wnB a good i*epresentation of ratepayers. The nominations were. Aldermen McKen?.ie, Lance and Smith, The first ballot resulted : Smith 5, McKenzie 4, Lance 3. IFinal— Smith 7, McR.enzie 5. The Mayor congratulated the May or elect and promised his support. I The Mayor-elect, in returning thanks, mentioned ,the sewerage scheme as of the most importance, and expressed the hope that within twelve jnonths Wollongong would be electrically lighted. ? Alderman McKenzie said he had consented late in the day to be a j candidate. At the invitation of the Mayor, the Council then adjourned to his room, where the toasts of the May or and of the Mayor-elect were hon ored. The Mayor, in responding, ref erred to the fact that the meetings during the year had been peaceful. He did not care a snap tor the loss of the office. CENTRAL ILHiAWARRA This Council elected its Mayor on Wednesday afte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 February 1915

A Message of Economy. Sh% ' ' ? -? ;? - ; . ? S&v- ? . ? . ? ? ? ? ; ? Look at the Lots ? . ? ? ? ? ? ;; ' ' that are detailed f- - — ? . and realise the ; Money-saving ? ? ? — ? ? i , Opportunities | OUR SUNNY | SUMMER SALE , I presents ? ? fe. 7 ? ? . ' ' ' ! WALTER LANCE & CD'S UNNY UMMER ALE. NOW PROCEEDING. I At which everything of passing fashion, I every remnant, every odd lot and broken I assortment, everything not perfectly new, I must be cleared out immediately, no matter I what the sacrifice. We are offering our 1 entire stock at prices whose lowness is 1 certain to make you marvel. I A Sale that will make all other Sales look Insignificant. I 1|| Manchester Dept. Black and Green Fl'ette Tabling 1 now 0 ? 8§ ? Unbleached Damask.Min, wide 1 now 0 J0| 1 H 12 White Damask 54ip. wide v-v:-;. ?: it . «« ' J 11 tt 1 White Twill Sheeting 54in. wd; 1 0| ,, 0 0| 72m. „ 1 i\ „ 1 t% - SS; ?- 80in. „ 1 8 „ 1 4f Unbleached Sheeting 54in. „ 1 2£ ,, 1 0| . ' ?? SOin. tl ...

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Belgian Fund CENTRAL ILLAWARRA COLLECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 February 1915

Belgian Fund ?CENTRAL ILL'AWAiRRA COLLEC TIONS. Collected by Mesdames Cook and O'Donnell. — No. i Ward : J- and R. ?O'Donnell £3/3/0, G. Lindsay £1/1, ' J. Mar coa\! £l Is, J. P. Hurt £1 Is j. W. Burgees 10s, T. Rees 4s, E. Eagles 4s, Mrs. «1 . Staff 3s, Mrs. T. Cooper 3s, S. Thompson 3s, E. Bar- j ber 3s, B. Hooper 2/6, Li. Oi'Brien ' 2/6, T. Dines 2/6, — Colbern 2/6, 'W. Hansen 2/6, Mrs. Chapman £./, J. Hickman 2/, R^ Thompson 1/6, i Mrs Hargraves 1/6, Mrs. Patton 1/, | Mrs. P. Bucjdand 1/, Mrs. Winley ; I 1/, Mrs 'Oil more 1/, Mrs. Watchers I ,/, Mrs. D. Moore 1/, Mrs. Adam son 1/, J. Alger 1/, Mrs.. J. Catter all 1/, Mrs. Hooper 9d, Friend'9d, j Mrs- Knight 6d, Miss Ruby Dobinson 6d, Mrs. Rogers 3d, Mrs. Sheridan 3d, Mrs. Miller 3d.— £9 7s 9d. ?Collected by 'Aid. L.. Carr and «J. \ Todd. — No. 1 'Ward : Jim O'Brien £3 3s, J. W Gorrell £3 3s, M. O' Donnell £3 3s, W. J. Swan £2, L. *Carr £1 lis 6d, H. H'. Waldron £1 Is J. Burgess ill, Mr. McLean £1, J \V. Spinks £l, P. Fitzgerald ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 February 1915

LADIES! BE GOOD TO YOUR HUSBANDS WIFE j Come and participate in the harvest of real Bargains we are happy to be able to let you reap. /sUNNyY — (summer! — ?? . - . ' ?. \SALE^/ Millinery Department ft d 6 d Ladies' Trimmed Millinery ... 12 6 now 8 11 ... 21 0 „ 14 11 ... 32 6 „ 21 0 Ladies' Ready-to-wear Hats ... 4 6 „ 2 11 . ii u «? ??? 7 11 „ 4 11 Pan-Dan Hats ... ... 2 11 ,f 1 11 Ladies' Colored Untrimmed Hats jjJ 3a lid to 5 11 „ 1 11 Black Untrimmed Shapes ... 5 11 „ 1 11 j ffu Girls' Muslin and Net Hats ... 15 6 „ 8 11 Iff Children's Ready-to-wear Hats ... 3 6 „ 1 11 ? Infants' ^luelin Bonnets ... 2 11 „ 16 T ' ; Underclothing fl White Embroidered Underskirts, richly trimmed - 1119 15s 6d, now 8s lid i '||§fl White Embroidered Underskirts, trimmed Torchon & - fwH Lace, nbw is 6d SS Labies' Colored Satin UnderskirtB 8 11 now 6 6 I Colored Cambric Underskirts ... 4 6 ,, 2 11 I Colored Morie Underskirte ... 3 11 „ 2 g 1 Black „ „ ... 3 11 „ 2 11 L ? ||9| Ladies' Calico Ni...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 February 1915

Harris & Parsons, 'jj PAINTERS, PAPBEHANGJE5BS, Ac. . ,^8 Material etid-Workmanship Guaranteed1. ^ - ; '''^^8 J :;y,. ' FREt) PARSONS, „ Cfltt RCH- S|EBiBBX» - , WottbNGOKG. , . ?-,3§j

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 February 1915

Toot you* own horn t-n a FOUD OAR — its much more satisfying than listening to the one on your neighbour's. Single-seated RUNABOUT £190. 5-Seater TOURING CAR £210 The FORD MOTOR CAR is the finest production in the world at the price. It is equal in Quality and Endurance to Cars costing twice the amount. The Ford Company make 200,000 Oars a year, which are sold for Cash — that is the secret of their low cost. The PORD CAR is everybody s Oar. Notice the great number that pass you ? everywhere. These users talk Ford, and always stick to Ford, it being the best Car for all purposes. Better to be Safe than Sorry. Buy a Ford and you'll know that you have a proven Car. Drop a postcard to H. E. HARRIGAN for a book telling all about them.. Trial run to intending purchasers. H. E. HARRIdAN, WOLLONGONG. District Agent, BERRY TO HELENSBURGH. This Space is Worth Money to You WE want you J;o know the value we have here in footwear, to do so we must ADVERTISE. There are many ways of advertising; s...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 February 1915

Housewives are 'unanimous that Bruntons Flour has no equal j for Scones and Bread. ' j i » j Bakers prefer Brunton's to any] other ITlour ' for Bread ? and Small Goods. Ladies say that the quality of Brimton's ,Flour is without a parallel for uniformity. Coastal Farmers' Society, Agents, ^ ^ ^ / 1. ^ ^

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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A Unanderra Soldier's Letter Home [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 February 1915

A Unanderra Soldier's Letter Home Mrs. F. W. Richards, junr., of Red ?fern, has received the following let ter 'from Mr. Roger B. Richards, her brother-in-law, formerly of Unandcr Tttjt ^ Mena Camp, Egypt. ''We are having a grand time and I seeing the world. Egypt ds a wonder ful country and well worth anyone's while to pay a visit to. Gairo is a grand city; far bigger than Sydneyl It is fearfully gay. The ma.ority of the white population is French, so 4. can guess there is plenty of i life. The Egyptians are very dirty and simple; they dress exactly like the pictures you see in the Bible. '\V% are camped ten miles from the city on the desert alongside the v ^Pyramids. Our Camp is a city in it self; we are 120,000 strong, includ ing Australian, N.Z., Canadian, and English troops. We do not expect to be in Egypt more than a couple ol v . months, when we will go straight to Prance. **!? suppose you read in the Press of the J big day we had in Cairo last week, when we took possession o...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 February 1915

To develop the Bust. 'A simple, safe, and ' harmless way. in which any lady* no matter - how thin or old, .con increase .her bust developunent from t\\^o to - five; inclles 'in a few weeks is to take twenty grains of phorjnoid, a standard con centrated food product, just- before each .meal. For Convenience .it' is hest toask your .'chemist t.o .9Uppiy tablets,, which jBop^in ,t^nty ^rains *ach.„ F-Tr v tew pHillifcgr. $ro'cu bim ?* i ^ui*ihg? yhich time '.your , bust should jievelop' from one to two inches. Many ladies report five inches jdevel .same ^time,-.: marked'impi'ovementvin '^3*1 -18'' i . Eyestrain&Headache fteEult from etruoturaVdeferteof the ey^s, or . -, ~-l rom age, or both, .and reltef iV obtalaadby'^l'-j-t-s^^g by the timely use of proper glasses fitted bf , -**J Jl. L. WALKER, OPTICIAN, ' Lower Cbown Sthebt, Woilonooko .-Y^sS (4 doors below Post Lffice). - OonsuitationS Feeh -^0 SIMPSON^— The NEWSAGENT, CROWN RTKEETr H. Wollongong (Opposite Commercial Bank) ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 February 1915

Mack's Hospital 1 ?? ? ?- ? ton . m fURNITURE and UMBRELLAS, 1 KEIRA STREET 8 (next Jarman'fl Store) B Sole Agent for Illawarra District I for Christie's Renowned Umbrella I Re-Covers. m The Best Furniture Polish (any jB stain), 6d and Is per bottle B p DIA60L0 STEEL CHURNS -j ifeft | ? Conditions. Ilf/ll ? II S| They cannot absorb mois jmliililr ' if [ ? 1I||| ij ture or butter fat and be Mm There are no cracks or corners to collect dirt and bacteria. The top is open to JjjF ^Bfly permit escape of gases, and — there is a tap at the bottom to run off butter, milk. No. B.— To churn 9 quarts of cream ... £2 10 0 No. C. — To „ 15 „ „ ... £3' 5~0 They last a lifetime. First cost only cost, - John J, Parsons, ITpv Crown St,; 'Wollongong SOLE' AGENTS FOR DIABOLO SEPARATOR CO., Ltd ?vHSHHBnlnnBninBseagcni^vm^aHvnaBiaiHn^ ( , j | ^ H imiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiijlflffCi -KfPSL ' I aiiHiniiiiiiiiiiiiiuimiii^d^iiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiii ArltKlCAH KEROSENE ijiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit K lltlll[IHll'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 February 1915

. PBODUCE MEECtfAKT AND Commission Agent Successor to The Farmers' and Settlers Co-op Society, Ltd.. Wollongong. District Agent for McLean's Mild Cured Bacon ; Barnes' Mild Cured Bacon ^Crago's Diamond Flour ; Baltic Separator ; Campion's Carbolic Sand Soap. Agricultural Seed and all Farm and Dairy Produce always on hand. Wholesale Buyers Supplied at Sydney Prices Trial Consignments of Maize, Eggs, Chaff, etc., eolioited. Immediate Returns Given. Telephone No. 29. CROWN STREET, WOIiLONGONG Crystal Fountain. J. PAEEHrSON Cordial Factory, UPPER GROWN STREET Wollongong. Telephone No. 54. j All goods manufactured by the firm are Guaranteed under the Pure Foods Act. ? it!'7 ' . V. ? ' j Confectionery ! Refreshments Cook & Cornforth's UP-TO-DATE Refreshment Rooms. Tea and Coffee, Hot Pies. Soap &e Afternoon Teas English, American & Australian Confectionery, Cadbury'8 Chocolates Specially Imported Ices & Iced Drinks Cook Cornforth CROWN STREET, Opposite Comm...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 February 1915

The Bilious Habit HUSBAND AND WIPE IN SYDNEY FIND A REMEDY. Suppose the liver was put upon its trial before a judge, and jury. What charges tens of thousands of people Could . bring against it of 'having ber.v. tne killjoy of their lives. ®hey woul : give evidence of .the innumerable headaches, the agonising attacks of biliousness, the feeling of utter pro stration, and the havoc to good tem pers caused by liverishness. Before sentence was passed by tha judge, the liver would urge in its own defence that all too frequently it had not been properly -jtreated ami often when it needed a tonic none was given, and therefore, its rebellion was not surprising. It is just as well, then to -keep on good terms with the liver by taking, at the first sign of its revolt, Mo ther Seigel's Syrup, |the remedy which for forty years has given re lief to countless sufferers from liver ishness. Note testimony from Mrs. M. Fov, 10(7, Rochford Street, Newtown, Syd ney, N.S.W., on February 24th, 1914. — '...

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