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Liebknecht on the War [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 February 1915

Uebkaecht on the War Socialistic rcpresentati.es in New YorK announce the receipt pf a. let [ter from Dr. ivarl JLiebKnecht, mem ber of the German Reichstag, who voted aguinst the recent war credits. 33r. I/ieuKnecht, the leader of ihe .German Social Democractic factions, asiis for a speedy termination ot tne present war in Europe, whicn, he says, so far, is indecisive. His let ter says — 'My vote against the war credit is based upon the following considera tions ?— ''This war, which none of the peo ples engaged' therein had wished, is not caused in the interest of the prosperity of the German or any other nation. This is an imperialis tic war, a war for the domination of the. world market, for the politi cal domination over important fields of operation for industrial and bank capital. On the part of the compete tion of armaments this is a war mu tually fostered by German and Aus trian war parties in the darkness oi half absolutism and secret diploma cy in order to steal a march on...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SIX ROUND BOUTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 February 1915

SIX BOUND BOlUTS. The first attempt that has yet been .made to put on a programme of six-round bouts was tried on Sat urday night last, with Wally Kir wan In charge of the various events All the regular fight fans .were mis sing from their visual seats. They 1 surely* knew something, because tho programme was the worst that has ever been staged, in Wollongong. Mike 'Gibbons was far too slow for his light-footjed and much light er opponent Young Pascoe; both of whom hailed from Port Kembla. Gibbons , stayed the s x rounds out, but 'was 'never in it. ?Joe Koety and Dar-y Toohey, i t. Kembla's heavyweight' white hopes, went the full tenn. -Toohey did the most of the fighting, and although . Koety displayed the better knowy. ' ledge of the game he didn't' make much use of it. However, the'judges j thought he won, and Koety ? now has' first claim on the next -white hope who likes has chance from the southern suburb. / * Young Thompson took Lou Wag ley's place against Neddie Chapman —but ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Camp at Mena A Native Journalist's Visit. Kindness of the Australians. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 February 1915

The Camp at Meoa A Native Journalist's Visit. Kindness of the Australians. Private Muir sends some cuttings from Cairo newspapers, one of which is as follows: — A native journalist, Mr. Tewfik Habib, editor of our contemporary 'Misr,' has sent us the following account of a visit he paid last week to the Australian troops at the Py ramids, which we translate: — ' A friend and I took th&, tram! from Ataba Ea-Khadra last Sundav o4- Q n i ? , j* _ ? . _ . * o p.uii., we cars were so full of soldiers that some of them had to Sit on the roof. The journey to the Pyramids, which usually takes an hour, was accomplished in what seemed1 to' me and my companion only a few1 minutes; so pleased were .we with the company of the lAuetra v lian Tommy Atkins, who -did not cease singing all the way to our de stination. Close to Mefia House is the race course, on both sides of which the tram line has been made; the road is lighted with arch-lights placed on poleB. On both sides of the 'road ten...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET. I.D.C.A. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 February 1915

CRICKET. I.D.C.A. The following are the scores in the match Wollongong vE -Elxeclsior, con cluded on tne (Green last Saturday, and won by Excelsior by 8 runs'- - Wollongong, First Inns, 141 Second Innings. Hegherty, c, . bowled Wilton ?& Tennent, run out ? ? ? ? fl Mintorn, bowled Stumbles ? 0 Sheppard, bowled Stumbles ? 0 S. Thompson, bowled Cook ...... 9 Dr. Noel, caught, b Cook ? 17 W. Thompson, oow^id Cook ...... 9 J. Copas, not out ? ?-... 22 Slater, c Wilton, b Cook ........ -8 0. Makin, c Wilton, b Cook......: 7 Mullarkey, absent ? ? ? 0 Sundries ? ? ? ? ? .*... 5 Total .«..?» ? ? ? ? 144 Eastaway, none for 1$, Cook five for 46, Boy Wilton one for 80, Sta-fi none for 13, Stumbles, two for 25, Bodimeade, none for 7. Excelsior, First Inns. Staff, st., b Sheppard ? ? 48 Bodimeade, bowled Mintorn ...... 9 Stumbles, lbw, b Tennent ? :.8 Eastaway, bowled Mintom ? ? 2 illeg. Wilton, lbw, b Mintorn..... 15 ; Miller, caught, b Sheppard ? 3 - flay Wilton, bodied Sheppard... 32 ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Bulli Shire Roads' Expenditure FOR YEAR ENDED 31/12/14 [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 February 1915

Ball! Shire Roads' Expenditure FOR YEAR ENDED 31/12/14 Slain South Coast-road, mainten ance, £1221/19/2 ? construction, , £904/17/2— Total, £2126/16/4. . Upper South Coast Rbad, £226 4s 7d- £66/2/1; £292/6/8.. ' Goodridge Street, Scarborough, construction, £9 10s 7d. j maintenance, £9/10/7. ' Clifton School road', maintenance, i £2/15/4; construction, £80/7/11 ; total, £33/3/3. j The Drive, Stan-well Park, main tenance, £3'/18/2. Park Parade, Stairwell Park, main - tenance, £2/17/4. Hillside Crescent, Stan well ParK, maintenance, £1/11/6. Sea view Crescent, Stanwell Park, , maintenance, 19/2. Station Street, Stanwell Park, maintenance, £2/7/10. ! stanweu Avenue, ntanweu ravuy ? maintenance, £2/10/8. Beach Road, Stanwell Park, main tenance, 19/2. Bald Hill to Otford Road, main tenance, £10/5/0,. Lady Carrington Road, mainten ance. £4/8/1. Flat Rock Junction towards Darke's Forest, main., £4/5/7. Darke's Forest towards Appin, maintenance, 9/7. Helensburgh to Otford Rd. main tenance, £...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 February 1915

BOWLS. In the B Pennant Competition Woonona has forfeited to Wollon gong, which leaves the final to Wollongong and Corrimal. These are to meet on Woonona Green on 6t.b March.

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 February 1915

'?':? v''^ ? ~£^ ,.,y in;::.*;: J&irM WOLLONGONQ. MODERN DENTISTRY AT REFORM PRICES J. ,H. QUIST, r.d's* (Late of oxford street, svdney) Bridge Work, ,£l Is per Tooth Gold Crowns from 10s 6d # Gold Fillings from 10s 6d Beautiful Sets ot Teeth with Patent Suction, from £2 2s. GUARANTEED PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS. ? « CROWN STREET, WOLLONGONG (Opposite Government Savings Bunk). ^ I 8 ? ? gfflH WATER WHITE ' ' aa^HBS AMERIOWJ KSERQSSC '^BM^SSS »iiiPWfl$H^^ B The Vacuum Oil Company's ^ f New Brand 1 i American Kerosene I ~ _ Ja Highest Quality of American M Waterwhite Paling s Vio lins iare carefully selected from the world's leading markets by spur Yiolin experts— men of vast experience, and In whom we have the utmost confidence. ' EverydetailoftheirconBtrnctionls most minutely studied; the result 1b that we are able to guarantee every Violin are sell to be what we represent it to: be— the best yoiir huge turnover enables us to place large and regular oi^eh with the mannfac* turers,...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWCASTLE NOTES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 February 1915

NEWCASTLE NOTES A meeting of' the Wh tburn Miners' ' Lodge was held on Tuesday, when it was decided that all miners re move their tbols from the mine, ar rangements having been made .with the manager. 4 The City Council had the plans submitted to it last meeting of a j new uicau^i 1 The Newcastle Ocean Bath . in- | complete for lack of funds, is over ' 100 yards in length and 50 'yards1 j wide. | Mr. Fred Carried, late of the Gai- j ety Theatre, Sydney, and well known as a fight promoter, haa leased the Cessnock Stadium. ! Lymington Colliery was idle - last week. Owing to a dispute over working; of a place, Shortland Qollieiy has been idle all the* wfeekj. Since last cavil the manager moved two min ers out of their place, so that the men left In that district could. geU more skips. The manager subsequent ly put two men on, . and gave them the place of the two miners* who had been moved. When asked for an ♦explanation' and requested to Put the 'old hands into their original cavil, an...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Qualifying C. Scholarships [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 February 1915

Qualifying Scholarships , | The following are the awards ten able at Wollongong as the result of r [the examinations of last. November : | Dora Askew. (Wollongong), 'Ruth I Beatus (Wollongong), Johan Camp- I bell (Coledale), John A. O. Cavili (Woonona), Bessie E. Crooi (Wol- j longohg), Edward W. A. Dowe .(Woo j nona), Phillip O, Dowe (Wolloug gong), Harry S. lEJdwjards (Wiollong ong), Evan L. T. Evans (Dapto), Douglas Farquharson (Kiaina), Francis Gray (Wollongong), Vera M. &reen (Woonona), Kathleen M ?Jackson (St, Joseph's, Dapto), Ru by Allan Jarrett (Wollongong), Les lie C., Jolliffe (Balgowiiie) ; iFreder^ ick H. Kindred (Woonona), Wallace McL. Lumsden (Beaumont), Mary E. Madden (Balgownie), (Reginald. II. Jfewing (Berry), Frederick Arthur Noble (Wbllongong). Jaraies T. O' Iveefe (Jamberoo), Emily Oxman (Wollongong), Arthur Bees (Woono na), Queenie Sellers (Woonona), Ar thur P.M. Sproule (Balgownie) , Tvy Tate (Mount K-eira), Winifred E. A. Townsend (Wollongong), l&...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 February 1915

' OQNTBAOTORA?*!) BUILDJEB,- \ GQLEDALE. ' Repairing Proper^eg*, speciality, Estimates . given lor All classes of work. Letters promptly attended to v/ ,- ' P.O Ooledale ; Paling's Pianos. - — — Easy Terms— 7 — ? . LOCAL AGENT PIANO AND OKGAN TUNING, AND WOOCl EEPAIBING A SPECIALITY . . ' ? THE MUSIC STORE , 'PHONE- 184 UPPER CROWN -ST. WOLLONGONG ' X5he MOST MODEN MOTOR OARAGE, Keira Street , Wollongong. FULLY EQUIPPE DW1TH UP-TO-DATE MACHINES AND IN THE HANDS OP TRAINED MECHANICS. All Repairs Done and witH a Conscience. Vulcanizing, Tyre and Tube Bepairs a Speciality. Bazing, Fitting and Turning Done, and all Bepairs to Motor Boats, Oil and Gas Engines, Sewing Machines, Pumps, etc. Petrol,Tyres, and all Running Requisites in StocK. ENJOY THE SITES OP BEAUTIFUL ILLAWABBA. CARS FOR HIRE, * Only Sound and Comfortable Care used, and driven by Competent Men. Special Tourist Trips, All Day and Half Day to all South . Coast Besorts. Telephone 203 Wollongong. JONES & SON, Propriet...

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Alleged Shamming in the Surf (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 February 1915

Alleged Shamming in the Surf j (To the Editor.) Sir,— iRe the accusation In J your edition of last wfeek;' -^fc£ummang in the Surf/J t wish to rectify the vile accusation - made against ' {me. ,? * The facts are, I was s'nUmuiing: out, os. my custom. When coming fa',1 was ^ 'informed by my friend that the life savers had been under the impression T was in difficulties, which was al totrether wroiur. 'According , to the ; several reliable peroons . nient onedjn the letter, tha^ I in^^ a joke of !t, trj^tig .to frighten: tlte jpeople of « ' J® an 5 ? 'f;»o one f spoke about tte ^ except my , friend, privately; ' ' fi'y ??; . . - ? ? :T^may::;s^;J;4h-r^aTd ;to^^Wiiy':j:^a- * the matter/ !As a German subject, | imder this cou^try^s r protection, I | ,'^aalr,' I- shall £e £lfwsgd to. meet ; the person and giy© .him ^entire sat- , isfaction,' and sli^ expect same %

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 February 1915

MISS MIlLti# ttATOY, * A.v.0 A.L-J.M^L.V,.M., L.L.C Mi tflEACHER of PIANOFORTE, ORGANS 1 and THFQRY,- will receive or visit Pnpils. Address 1 '?Vera Villa,' Gray, Street, Woonona,

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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WEEK BY WEEK [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 February 1915

WEEK BY WEEK The Cokeworkera' /Union lias made a request for an increase of wages. Tho Mayor-elect of Wollongong (Alderman Smith), gives a dinner on Wednesday evening next. The tender of Mr. A. Webb, Thir roul, has been accepted for the er ection of a homestead at Borenoro, (western district). The concert organised by Miss 3. Corr, of Dapto, in a d of the Bel gian Fund, resulted in the creditable sum of £25 3s. being netted. Soane of the volunteers -who ' e turned from the New. Guinea' expedi tion last Saturday have been do ing recruiting work with some suc cess. #1 ' Col. Owen's battalion was selected to represent the Australians In 'the ! guard of honor on the occasion oj the accession of the Sultan of T3byptj Mr. Slevers, Government valuator, visited the district on Monday on the business of the Sprinp- Hill re sumptions. He states that it has finally been ^decided to resume all tbe lands as gazetted. IN ot ces of valuation have now been served. — -o — TV. Robart, of North Sydney...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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CAMDEN. Stock sales last week[?] [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 February 1915

' ^ CAMP15N', ? - - : Rtnr'c sales last Tveec- — ? . L- * fl?igs.-— 50 forward^J;#o 4^c^ers^leJ I 4- ' 3d, four porkers 26s?^ «ne porter j ll'f {Angelly) 39s, two «uckeig-^/6,, far- j : tners pl-^s or store®, of' five | . fetched il/6, four at 10/6, 10 suck- - (3?ruchhaj^ser) 16s, sowi (Dun't) £2 3s»f three ?porkers (Murray) *1 -16s, ? two do, ('Willia!ms) £1 9S 6-j) pen of suckers 13s '9d, thi'ee sold at . 13s, ?: stud pig (Scott £1 lis, porkers Scott, £1 11 6d, three ditto, Staff ord £ 2 12s 6d. , ^Cattle. Some 150 liead were forward. G-. Baxter, Mt. - Hunter, fat cow . £4 15s. P. Scott, Elderslie, cow, -{ Jess Stuckey, Gjedswood, f„i i-fr., £7 17s, ditto, £5 7s. Jas. E. Mpore and Sons, off Glen more, two fat heifers '''£6 3s, 2 fat steers £5 1 fis, three fat cows £6. J. Carroll, jun., Glenlee, two fat cows £5 6s. St. Mary s Towers Estate, two fat heifers £5 7s, fat vealer £3 3s. W. Hilton, one fat cow £10 4s 1 heifer £6 lis, three heifers £4 ? fat bull £5 13s, two vealers £l 14s,...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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MILTON. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 February 1915

;MlLTO]Sr.;'.; ? I At the Licensing Gojurjt this week the, license for tlie Comr/iercial 'Ho- tel iwas transferred to Mr. G. A\Vod ley, who ha Is from Cob tr, : a

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 February 1915

14 Days' SALE SALE SALE Second Annual Sale GENUINE SALE. IT is NOT a Sale of Here To-day and Gone To-morrow. Others may come and go, but I go on for ever to supply your - wants with Up-to-date Pictures, framed and uuframed. Unclaimed Orders and Travellers' Samples, Stationery, Overmantles and Mirrors. Oil Paintings at 19s, reduced to 17s a pair ; 17s reduced to 16s ; Is 3d Fancy Frames Is each ; Is Frames at 10^d and 9d ; Caley'b Water Colors 2s 3d ; Horses and Dogs, in frames, usual price 9s 6d, at 7s lid pair ; 9d Pictures at Cd, Gd Pictures at 4|d, 3d Pic tures at Id. All Fancy Fans 3d and 4£d, usual price 4£d, 6d, 7Jd. Just in — A new lot of Travellers' Samples. Just arrived— An Indent Order, all Fancy Go ode, going at Pale Prices. Watoh the Windows, and Prices will tempt yon. WALTERCOULTOJf UPPER CROWN STREET, WOLLONGGNG Central Hotel, DAPTO A. L. CHRISTIAN ? (Late of Tattersall'a Hotel, Tamworth) WISHES to notify the residents of the district, and others, that he has taken ove...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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COBARGO. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 February 1915

COHAUGO. ^|wfV : . J»lr. Harry Jubb, who, since pur - ' chasing a. portable r chaff-cutter phd jjagging plant; hais been Isept i.Vsy 1^1*-..'. the district, removed his works ;? to Bermagui this wee'i. The ch37iper and bagger are in great ^nand; ifor wattle bark chopping. yj&? r: Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Oartis( fesf X:: of Brogo» took a little daughter to Sydney to have . a melon seed that j||; had stuck - in her throat removed. 0JS-' (The little girl has since ^ied.) ..j ' Mr. Alick Blomquist came frcra' j Bega on Monday morning. He isoys fsk~r\ that at about, four a.m. hey saw - the lights of an aeroplane cr losing*. IK; 'A . Bega., ' and '%h(eat']£e'. r^adiiBd:;''aSiia-;-:'' Sjgr-1., grove the ligbt was. sWllvyisiblr^; IBfe?.:1 - travelling towards pooma. The ggfes ' light threw a glaris like searchli ittfcs. f 1 Large quantities; of . wfttjtlft;' fMc^. ???'- ' are being stripped - in the distr'.ctf$ gKt.:. , /4thls year/ some of the stacks . close to and over 1.00 . tons. '...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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BULLI AND WOONONA [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 February 1915

BULLI AND WOONONA Bulli mine has seven days for the pay and this weeJt has worked full time. In the Court on Thursday Chris- ? topher Alderson, drunkenness, was fined 5s, costs 6s, or '48 hours. - Ernest Joseph 'Power, riotous tyena viour on the sports ground, Bell ambi, 20s, 6s costs or 7 days,, The luuu.wuig iwes were .imposes ioz breaches of regulations in the :North ?« Bulli mine — William Lamb, taking matches in* 2s 6d, 6s costs, profes sional costs o*e guinea; Thomas xri~. bear, John Sharman, l^ios. Buchan an, Harold Maxceau, Cecil ' Spinks, riding horses in the mine, fined eacb 2s 6d, 6s costb, 10s 6d. professional costs;. J oseph -Smith, failing to sprag coal in his working place, fineil IGs 6s costs, iil Is professional costs. The manager said he did not; ask for heavy penalties. Mr. [Russell ap- ' peared for the prosecution. Railway ' ? prosecutions. — Sydney Leslie, travel ling without having paid his faro fined' 10s, costs 6s, two !witnesses each 5s, tor four days. Thos*...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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EDEN. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 February 1915

i - EDEN. I pleasa,rit outing across the Bav y. ' Kvas enjoyed yesterday ,AVeeV fas a Ei. consequence of Mr. iF. Coombs h&v-- ; 5ng N invited the residents of the -®- motor' bof-t 1 f- . trip. Mr, 'A'- 'Greig's lovely carter 1 of the waters on ocean swell the j Ipf :y Oneida, was engaged/ for the triji.. j -?1- ? Tiie sphere of invitation took .^n a larger scope, and amongst lb «Eei S||;r: foubia participating |n y^leasur^ af h , forded were visitors from the met- 1 -- ropolis. Historic Bo5rdvv^as vis^teil, and generally an- exceedingly pleas ; * ant day was spent Ooottibcs 'ffi'J would seem to be enamored of this ^ place, and had Setter Tiave a care Y ' lest .Eden' becomes enamored of him. — ^'Alagnet.' sv ? ' Mr. Vincent Smith, of Genoa,, has . ? purchased frota Mr.;-.. Gr. Strickland, \ . - iSdenj the Pdsn^Genoa mail run 'aii-l 5 , - upiH take charge^ of1 it on ^'arch 1 ' jiext. *' '

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Entertainments CROWN PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 February 1915

EnterMaments CROWN: PICUURBIS, ' For this evening the chief is 'The Trysting iPlaces1' by Charles Chap lin. On Saturday evening there will be shown a picture of a Californi an cattle muster, termed a rodeo, which should be wyrth the money. 'His Trysting Places' will appear acrain. and there will also be a war gazette; usual matinee. Then on Monday for star an ani mal picture showing man's dominion t-ver w Id creatures. Wednesday is alloted a comedy described as mirth making for star, 'Uncle Sill.'. Special attention is invited to next Friday's star, 'The Battle of the Sexes,' described as a great moral picture which has proved very; at tractive. PRINCESS THElAlItRiE WOONONA. Here on Saturday evening will be ' shown a production of Marie Co relli' story ''fThe Vendetta,:' whici is stated to make a picture story of great interest. Then on Friday, - 12th instant, iwjll be shown ' Ttw Battle of the Sexes.' ? :-'f ' FISK J,UBILiEE SINGERS. This company announce another concert in Wollong...

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