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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 March 1915

? - — — - ?? ? ? - _ dentistry] I Mr IT WOBm,RY T?E ONLY BESIDENT DENTIST, * » VllKjJJIJ A. wishes to inform his numerouajpatients * - and the residents of the district that he has BEMOVED from Mr. S. 'Harris's j Pharmacy to more convenient premises DIRECTLY OPPOSITE WOONONA POST OFFICE, and may be consulted DAILY, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.'' ? ;r MY OWN SPECIAL METHOD GF PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS. Why suffer ?' one' Why suffer Toothache? \HILLIN//' Toothache? '1 '... ? ' ; '-r NO PAIN, NO AFTER EFFECTS, and NO SWOLLEN GUMS. Consult me for Artificial Teeth, Stoppings, and any Class of Dental Work. I only charge Sydney Prices, and guarantee all my work. Your old Artificial y Teeth can be remodelled for very little cost. oirMd™., H. WORSLEY, Dentist, 1 OPPOSITE WOONONA POST OFFICE. SPECIALITIES I - . TO BE HAD AT t ' - J. B. WELLS & CO- i LOWER CROWN 8TEEET, WOLLGNGONG - — ? — — ? ? ... ^ » REX CREAM CHEESE. t \ ADVANClE BULK TEA 1/6 0 ' '? ' -V® ? VERY FINE TEAS. Jfk W SKIPPER SARDINES. P ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Stray Stock at Clifton (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 March 1915

Stray Stock lit Clifton (To the Editor.) Sir,— The letter- from your corrrts- | pondent . signing himself 'Not a Busi- j ness Man' calls for a' few «word8 . iu j reply. His statement that business people are in the habit of turning their horses .out into . the street ' 'at. , full, j gallop** is certainly incorrect.. A.t least during my eighteen Srears riesi- j dence In Clifton-I bams it to be the case. ? ??' .?- . The letter would also give op^^the impression that little children are playing in the streets at such-a late hour that the pound-man is Unlikely to be about. At such an hour sure ly little children. w-ould be better In bed-. ^ 'v: to 'Stray stoek arises from the difficul- ? ty |pf obtaining paddocks into which , 'horses '? .cari'ilie^ ; put ;'-|^Sen5;»ot : ' w.pr &?* ; ing, 2E2fforts haYe be^n. made to ^ ob tiEiin leases of grburid - for ' this piir-' pose li-om the colliery proprietors? who are practically the .dnly land owners, but without result. Tt » is noij; ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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CURRENT JOTTINGS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 March 1915

-CURRENT JOTTINGS 'Progress of the. ? War' ('Daily Telegraph') Ventured a prediction last week that the next German move would be another attempt to reach I'arisf Ai couple'of months ago it was cabled that expert military opinion was that all lear of 'another German strike at Paris was at an end. Thus do experts differ ! Lately Germany has had what 1 would term, in a military sense, several sickeners; the loss on the eas. tern front of Prasnysz, on the wes tern British and French victories; and, lastly, up to ytime of writing, the Dresden. Quite enough to give the Kaiser another severe cold. — o— The Clerks' Union is amongst the opponents of the ^^Totalisator, view- : ing it as a di^Kcer. of clerical la bor. Von cannot but sympathise with any section whose means of liveli hood is threatened by innovation. It is hard for anyone to be reconcii - ed to progress on such terms. H has been quite a common experience though, in this era of innovation, - but mostly those ejected have found a...

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 — 19 March 1915

WOMAN'S WORLD - i HOiUSEHOLiD MEMS. Sausages can be prevented from £ bursting by rolling them, in flour be I .. fore frying. Knives can be cleaned in half the usual time if the knlfeboard is tho roughly warmed in front of the fire ^ before bping used. S-'Y- -????? . . To mend broken glass apply a Ht I tie condensed milk to either side j -, v and press firmly together. Always soak whalebones a few mo- t ments in warm water, in order to make them, flexible and, conform to the. figure when put in casings. When sweeping carpets, sweep the ? way of the grain. To brush the j wrong way is not only bad for the. : carpet, but it tends , to force the j * dust in instead of out. ? * ' ? I If, your oyen will not brown your ? v pastry, as well as you would like, put ; the cakes or tarts on the upper tray, and throw a little sugar on j the floor of the oven. ? ? ? m When cooking a ham, the flavour .will be greatly improved if, after i boiling, it is Wrapped In buttered j, paper, and baked for an ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Aggregate Miners' Meeting PROSECUTIONS, DISCIPLINE, INDUSTRIAL ARBITRATION ACT. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 March 1915

Aggregate Miners' Meeting mOSEOKjfriON al'UlSCIPIJNE, INDUSlVRIAXi AiRlBlTBATION, ACT* On Monday, there was held in $to* Theatre, Wollongong, an aggregate .meeting of members of the I.C.F^ Association. The gathering fairly fill ed the builditig. Sir. Sidney Bird. President of the Association, ex plained, introductorily, the bupjues* , to be submitted. I Mr- James Calladine (Coalcliff), J proposed the first motion, which' wa* * .one protesting against members oi the I. O.K. A. having been gaoled foi jabsenting themselves from work »o« one day. Also that a deputation wait upon the Minister and urge th© prosecution of the Sydney Harboi .and OorrimaL-Balgownie Coal Cos., for locking out their employees Mi . . Calladine gave an explanation of tlio ^circumstances of the stoppage at tho Coalcliff Colliery on September 28. On that day the miners decided to hold a meeting to discuss a propo sition from the chairman of the j -wages board on the dirt scale. The ; result was that it was too lat...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 March 1915

MISS Ml LMJB , » A^C.M,, A L.C.M. Ii.V.-H., L.L.C M. mjEACHER of PIANOFORTE, OB$AN, I and THJEGEkYj will reicive or visit Papils. Addrees 'Vera Villa/' Gray Street, Woonona. MARCUS CLARK & CO. LTD.. ' Crown Street, WOLLONGONG Special Display OF New AUTUMN & WINTER NOVELTIES NOW BEING MADE ' _ ^ LADIES ! YOUR INSPECTION 1 IS CORDIALLY INYITED I New MILLINERY & FLOWERS I VELVET HATS I in Military Shapes I FEATHER BANDEAUX 1 LANCER PLUMES I TRIMMINGS and NOVELTY 1 NECKWEAR I Mm : 'MEEm PUBS 1 Ladies'' Caracule and Sealette COATS* I SPOUTS' COATS in Silk & Wool I i D^ESS GOODS J ' , I Velvets, Velveteens, All Wool ? FlanM iioipQgs, IMaines, etc. j A Visit to our New Autumn M Shqw will ReSay You B MARCUS CLARK & CO., I

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 March 1915

GOMMENS & TUCKEY THE ILUWARRA PARRUBE FACTORY KEIRA STREET. Awarded let prize Koyal Show, Sydney 1913 and Second -hand Vehicles in Stock Painting and Repairs neatly and quickly j . executed. Tyres Tightened— our «ystem is perfect. W. C. GILMORE, Manager Tel. 106, THE FREEMASONS' HOTEL WOLLONQONQ. UNIVERSALLY ADMITTED AS THE Leading South Coast Hotel FOB THE PAST QUARTER tOF A CENTUltY. TARIFF : From lOs. Day. From £3 3s. per WeeK. (Tooth's XXX Ales only on Draught. ALL WINES & SPIRITS GU1BANTEED TRUE TO LABEL. . Latest Sporting Wires from Sydney, New castle, Melbourne, and Caulfield posted outside the Hotel. P. T. DOYLE, Pbopbietob.

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Rechabltes' Annual Conference THE STRONGEST SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 March 1915

I Rechabites* Annual Conference 111 THE SlUiOXGJBST. SOCIETY.; * This year's conference of the Inde pendent Order of Hjechabites of this 'pljnj State was held In the WoIIongong 'ifflH Town Hall on Saturday. The num. ber of delegates was between eighty --;9 -and ninety, and many parts ol the - Jn State .were represented. For Frirtay '-ijH evening there was a public meeting saB and conference announced. The at- . '1 tendance, however, was almost who!- « - ly of members of the order^ ' ? Jl The Chief ituier, Jiro. Adan^s tof S BroKfen Hill), saia, ihe ooject of this gathering was to advertise the t jj Order. They w,anted to ma^e an ap- ; J peal to the young people who w jtti - not members of any friendly socie- * .« .ty. If ' anyone would accept ' their, » principle of total abstinence.^ tkoy could show him that this society i was the bnet he could join. Thex could claim to pay hiyher benefits - tha,n any other society, in the State. They had always led the van of '? -' friendly societ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 March 1915

? ? ? _ — ? ? — My Marvellous Suction Set at 63s. This Set of Teeth carries its own I guarantee of satisfactory service in the Patent Flexible Section fitted on to the plate. Once 'in the, teeth never move. They Ten^am solid as a rock under all conditions, and fit £0 snugly that their presence is forgotten. X have fitted - thousands of Sydney folk with this Set of . Upper or Lower Teetlr, and have ?« , never had a complaint. They would suit YOU. Painless Extractions I have an anaesthetic whicif enables me^t© extract any 'tooth with an ontire alienee of pain or depressing aftereffects. 4lt is j ust as safe and pleasantforoldor young folk, and it does not affect the heart. JEven. ' badly abscessed teeth may bg^|«ri tracfed under my system with^m^ absence of pain; If YOU hpve a tooth which will be better outffiee next Pay Saturday* ? PAINLESS iXTRACTIONS jj What does Dentistry Mean to YQD— ? Does Dentistry mean memories of painful ordeals in, the chair— broken stumps left in the gum — ...

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Letter from a District Soldier. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 March 1915

letter from a District Soldier. Dear Editor ; . ' ?; *- As we are gradujally settling down j a few lines pertaining to our doings here iu Egypt will probable be of interest to your many, readers. We were naturally greatly disapp ointed in not going to England, as was originally intended, but we ^re cognise that we are here in the -best interests of everyone, considering the conditions under which our brothers are fighting on the Continent. Our. camp is situated at the foot of Ltie Pyramids, and about ten miles Iron Cairo City. There is va tram ser vice (single line) and the soldiers travel to arid from Cairo at half rates — one piastre (2jd), During the earlier portion of our stay here we found the- money exchange methods rather difficult to understand, there oeing no standard of exchange here. The natives must have made a har vest for a time, but not So now. The average Australian is perhaps susceptible, but it requires a nativo gifted with more than ordinary in telligence to show ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 March 1915

Have a Drink ? Nothing better as a Thirst Quencher & Appetiser than Ginger Beer MADE FROM 'GINJG' P0WDEBS. A ^ Sixpenay JPaclcofc eont&Sns all* 4ngredjejits neeesfeary ionaakfc H gallons of tasty, refreshing ' linger Beer, Get a Packet To -Day, arid we'll rfeturny ouv moneyif you're: not satisfied. ^ 'The Store Where Quality Counts. G. ft. JAR MAN, ^ ** h -sf . ,* * * * 1 ~ 4 V Diamond & Buby Ring 15ct, gold— 40b, 45b 3 Diamond — 70b. Diamond & Ruby— 40s. -Halt Hoop, 5 Diamonds £4 10s, £5 108 Diamond and Ruby, Half boop £4 15s £5 15b Wedding RiigB — 15et. 15s ; 21p. 18ct from 20b ;»ot. 10s 6d Quality Guaranteed Keeper Rinsrs 3ot. Gold 24s ? Wedding and Engagement Kings, A Speciality. DIAMOND HALF HOOPS, MARQUIS, CLUSTER, & CROSS OVER RINGS from £4/10 to £35 Rings Made to Order A. BRICKWOOD, JEWELLER; OSO'WN STREET. Opal and Diamond Ring 65s Diamond and Buby or Sapphire, 55s ; 15ct. Gold Dress Rings :~ Diamond and Ruby, 40s ; Diamond and Buby o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 March 1915

I ANTHONY mBP5?? HORDERNS' BSSo Gem Junior jjj$ Safety RAZOR THS UAH WHO USES TH* ' I Gem Junior Safety Razor MAKES SHAVING EASY. GEM JUNIOR blades are as-THIN as an edge-holding: piece of etcel -— « POSSIBLY be rolled. They can be SHARPENED TIME apd TIME . AGAIN, because tbe r' re-TKMPRRED TO RECEIVE an edge and to HOLD it when they GET IT. TOE GEM JUNIOR FRAME has a new BAR feature which carefully SPREADS the *i» ' fio that the STUBBLE is FORCED out far enough to give as CLOSE a shave as only be secured with ANY OTHER mi or in the world by going over the face TWICE. 1 THE GEM- JUNIOR SET is packed in a substantial Plush- lined Box, and, in addition to the SILVER-PLATED frame and SEVEN BLADES, includes a STROPPING handle. Anthony Horderns' Price, 5/-: by post, 5/3. EXTRA BLADES, 2/1 P£R PACKET OF 7, POST FREE. - ' -1 OLD BLADES SHARPENED. The phenomenal popularity of the Safety Razor has led fc/lVJ 4 to the production of a high speed macliine, designed to . ytiUyE|j38 revive the cu...

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AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT NOTES. DAIRYING. The Advantages of Testing [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 March 1915

AtxRICtlLTinRAL DEPART atflSNT Axrrife. DAIRYING. I The Advantages of Testing I *'I think it will be generally accep ted by most practical* men tb,at suc cessful dairying depends largely on the ' four fundamental principles, — breeding, feeding, careful 'manage- ment, and last, but by no means least important, selection.' -Sp wrote Mi*. A. K. Sweaney, man ager of Inverell Butter Factor}', in a piaper read by him before the Inver ell' Branch of the Agricultural Bu reau. In the main i the paper was de voted to the last — selection — and to a consideration of the various ways by which dairy farmers have been practising selection. Appearances are ever deceptive, iwe are told, and the disclosures of 'the Babcock test when applied to prize winners in the show rings have fur nished some, confirmation of the ad- # age. Only recently we quoted the Dairy Instructor oh the North Coast in this connection, and Mr. Sweaney now mentions a favorite old cow with quite a number of show cham pionships...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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RURAL TOPICS KEEPING HORSES IN CONDITION [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 March 1915

RURAL TOPICS I KEEPING HOliSBS 1W CONDITIQN I All whose w ork depends upon their ' hot&es desire to have them in right W\~ ; condition, by which is meant per- j feet phy&ical fitness for the poTticu W'f Jar purpose for which they tare kept. ' fe^-= Though the notes herewith are to jo, - certain degree applicable to all horses j J*- they are concerned more directly h-r with horses that are kept for , farm 1 wor-c of one class or another. p* ~ To attain condition in a horse il j ^ as always advisable to study the in- | fjg* dividuality of. the particular animal, ' ^ ' the more especially so in the case of £- % one that is high bred, sensitive and . 7*S nervous. With regard to a horse in IT* which the latter traits are especiai jy developed, keep such an animal j i' amid lamiliar home surroundings os ! s\* much as possible; let it occupy the | - stall that it is used to, and, when ] t turned out, let it be into the famil tar paddock, and the work of condi & ^ ^ ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Deluded Teutons [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 March 1915

Deluded Teutons In my recent tour of. Germany I made it my business to tali asmuch and as often as possil le with the Germans whom cliance placed in my way, with the waiters in tho cafes, with my neighbors in the tramway cars, with cabmen and with, chance acquaintances in restaurants and in trains (states a writer in the 'Daily Mail*')- 1 have always followed this nia,n when travelling abroad, for it is my experience that by distilling, so to speak, the opinions thus gath ered one gets nearer the national point of view on any given subject than by reading newspapers or books. It did not take me long to find out, however, that the average Ger man is not doing much in the Way of independent thought over the war. The Germans are orderly minded and with a distinct leaning towards mental pigeon holes. They prefer to stack away a theory whole rather than to divide it up and investigate it before mentully storing it away. This is why the man in the street in Germany continues to be boastfu...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 March 1915

In S p it e o f f i the Germans 1 business here still continues as usual. AH that is latest and best is here in . Seasonable Household Needs. 1 We are now rea3y for all demmds, and, of ]jm course, everything is offered at our old peace . Be British ? ' Buy what yoa need as you need it, and do not y^l pay inflated prices ^fl A. Parsons & Co., « Hardware Merchants, ; ' Crown 8treet, WoIIongong. | THE HARRIS ? PHARMACY. 1 We Want You to Know -1 That the HARRIS PHARMACY would be pleased to / ^ receive the favour of your patronage. ; In the management of our business everything is done to make our services exceptionally satisfactory to you, and we would assure you that you may always rely upon '/- any article you purchase being of a quality, that will ~ ' '' bear the closest investigation, whilst OuB PRICES are | ^ -®|j * as low as possible and honest .value for the goods we stock I, or the MEDICINES WE DISPENSE. charges. ^ AGENT EOR ALL NYALL PREPARATIONS. fJ SAMUEL HARRIS, M.P....

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 March 1915

CRICKET. The following are the scores in the match Waratah A. v, Waratah ,B , played ,at Bode's on Saturday: — Waratah B. Cheney, bowled Morrisby ? ? 12 Drake, c, and b Healey ? 1 Irwin, c, bowled Healey ? 0 Murray, c, bowled MorriBby -.... 0 Saunders, bowled Morrisby 2 Hurry, c and b Healey ? ? 2 Crolt, c and b Morrisby,. ? ? 0 F. Saunders, c, b Morrisby ? ? 0 Parsons, bowled Healey ? 1 Martin, c, b Healey .. ...... i.. ....... I Payne, not out ? ? ? ? ? 2 Sundries ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? .a , Handicap ? ? ? ? £. '35 ] Total ? ? ? ? 58 j Waratah A. j Murray, c, b Irwin ? ? 15 { Morrisby, run out ? ? ? ? Healey, bowled Croft ? ? 1.7 Smith, bowled Irwin .. ? 2 Johnson, cand b Murray ...t...... 26 Simpson, c, b Drake ? ? 8 Wood, ziot out ? ? ? ? .j ? ? . 12 Makin, c, b Murray ? ? ? ? ^ MiCloy, c and b Murray .. .. .j ? i Sundries ......... f............ ? 10 Handicap ...........v ? ? :15 afrtiri 150 Two men absent. ,Practice or all members of Wara tah 0.6. on the Green to-inorrow. at 2 o'cl...

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Wollongong District Hospital [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 March 1915

WoIIongong District Hospital The usual monthly meeting of the ?above committee was held on Thurs day night of last week. Present, Messrs. W. Parkinson (president) in the chair, Gf. W. Payne: D. J. Por ter, Taylor, -Jeo. Phillips, Kenna,. Connolly, Thompson, EIHb, .Tarman. i. Parsons, Fredericks, and the secre tary (J. A. Mayo). Correspondence. W.D. and H.O. WillB forwarded do nation of one guinea. There w^s ai son a donation of 5s. from Hel ensburgh Workmen's Social and Dit ?erary Club (per T. Coulson, sec.). The Under-Secretary* for Public Health notified subsidy to amount of {£462 19s 6d, had been forwarded to be placed to the credit of the insti tution; 10s. reduction. 'Visiting Committee's Report. This report stated that everything in connection with the institution! is in good order; Nurse Fletcher had 'been compelled to undergo an opera tion, and it was found necessary to procure a trained nurse in her stead —The report was adopted. Building Committee. The Building Committee s...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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PATRIOTIC WOLLONGONG. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 March 1915

PATRIOTIC ' WOLIjONGONiG. The weekly ' Collection for- Belgian Fund has been begun'. The collectors are:— Smith's Hill and Smith Street, — Mrs. W. B. Thomas, Mrs. White, Mrs. Buckeridge, Mjss Martel, Miss Dee, Mrs. J. H. Edwards. South of Smith-street to Crown street— Mrs. J. May. Mrs. W. ' v ? Brown, Mrs. Clements, Miss Camp bell. South of Crown-street. — Mrs. J . B. Stoyles, Mrs. Wakeford, Miss Wilson, Mrs. and Miss Ilobb. -_ Garden Hill. — Mrs- Campbell, Mrs. J. Hickey. Rosemont- — Mrs. J. Byron. THIRROUL. At a meeting held on Wednesday night, presided over by the Shire President (Mr. Davidson) ' a large committee was formed to (manage a war kitchen fund for our troops, ^r . J. S. Kir ton was appointed chair man, with Miss Turnbull treasurer, and Mr. F. B. Wright secretary. It was decided to have Saturday, 27th March, as a special collecting day, when residents and others will be called upon by authorised collector'.. As this laudable object appeals f the patriotism of all, it is...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 March 1915

W.J.WILLIAMS Builder and ? Undertaker, * ''n^RROUL Funerals '? - Conducted ja any part of the district. Vhe MOST MODERN MOTOR GARAGE, Reira Street, WoIIongong. FULLY EQUIPPE DW1TH TTP-TO-DATE MAOHIST ES AND IN THE HANDS -OF TRAINED MECHANICS. All Repairs Done and witK a Conscience. Vulcanizing, Tyre and Tube Hepairs a Speciality. Bazing, Fitting and Turning Done, and all Repairs to Motor Boats, Oil and Gas Engines, Sewing Machines, Pumps, etc. Petrol* Tyres* and all Running Requisites in Stock. . ENJOY THE SITES OF BEAUTIFUL ILLAWABEA. CARS FOR HIRE, Only Sound and Comfortable Cars used, and driven by Competent - Men, Special Tourist Trips, AH Day and Half Day to all South Coast Resorts. Telephone 203 WoIIongong. JONES & SON, Proprietors I — — i I CURES ECZEMA I 1 And ail Irritations of the Skin I From the very first application the skin becomes healthy and clean I again, and tevery disfiguring pimple or rash completely disappears. I The Greater Skin Cure of the Age H Exzeri...

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