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KANGAROO VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 1 January 1915

KANGAROO VALLEY. Miss Annie Brooks, daughter o£ Mr ' , A. Brooks, * of : Barrengarry, w'as married to Mr. S. West, of Wollon igong on Wednesday Mr. W. Lister Lister, President of the Rojral Art Society, Sydney, has been spending a couple of. weeks in* the district : and expressed himself as delighted with the scenery. r

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CAMDEN. Stock sales last week. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 1 January 1915

CAMDEN. r otoCK sales last week.— figs. — hucKers 13s to 16s 6d; por kers 23s to 31s 6d. There -was only a small yarding in. the pens. \ Oyer one hundred head of 'cattle were brought, forward. ^ * Q,uig( Btirragorang, two rans £5* lis; heifer £5 16s. iP. Reilly, Burragorang, 3 cows £6; barren hfr. £7 2s; roan £l5l9s. MaJter dei Orphanage, cow £8 12b. ?Jilattmann, , Uox s River, two* cows 5C5 18s. . Quig, Burragorang, fat heifer £8 Is, two sound dittp^ £7 l;Os^ Mcintosh Bros., Denbigh, 'one hfr. and ,one *cow, chdic^\£7ii2s- 6d, the .other same price; two cows oxi sec calf choice £f lOs, 'oth^r- i-6,i5s. J. Scott, Karelian, heifer with, a calf £5 Is. i Mcintosh Bros., four heifers Spg. , Jersey, choice £8, balance - £$ 15s/ . \ Quig, Barragonang, cow atid vealer i£7'lls, two cows with, calves .£(7 9s, four young cows stores foriward £5 '9s, five store cows £6. lis, eight heifers, spg. £6 10s, cow and vealer , £6f3s. - J. Carion, Burragorang, fit roan heifer} J&6 19s, .one dit...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MORUYA. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 1 January 1915

MORUiYA; , Messrs. R.. H. Harvison and H. J. Thomson conducted a cattle sale on ? Wednesday last week. About four hundred head were yarded. There was a good attendance of buyers, and competition iwas spirited. T'ho springers sold from £6 3s to £7 6s; bullocks £r* 19s to £12; store cows i£4 10s; fat cows £5 10s, ? young steers £3 10s; two-yeaV old heifers reached £3 iSsp er ..head .

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROBERTSON. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 1 January 1915

. ' 1 ROBNRTSOV. The handicaps for the New Year's Day 120 yards aire' as follows— T. J. Wills, 3. yards, K. Jones 4, S. Wil mott 7, Missingham 7, L. Wa'tsdn 7, W. Town send 9, J. Quinn't', J. Chamber, and _N. Coffey 10, Howell, iN'. Chittick, S. J. McDonald, Tate, 1A1! \ E. Tickner, and T. Thomas 11, J. Seinool,; A. Smith, W. Ford, JR. S. Moore, and A. Jorgenson 12, J. S. Blatch, P. Ijidbetter, 11. 'Neich, O,. Pursehouse 13, Ci. Vianderbergh, W. Cox, S. C. Whyte, S. Clarke, M. Lyons and R. Gilroy 14, A. Work- ; man 15i A. Vandenbergh 116, B. Jor genson, J. Maloney 16,- W. -Gibson and J, McGrath 17.

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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THIRROUL [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 1 January 1915

TaiRROlIL On Christmas night a concert was' given in the llhirroul Hall, for the purpose pf increasing the funds of til© Methodist Church. The hall was well mied. Mr, F.'J. Selwood, who preeitled, expressed gratification at the good response to the effort as shown by the gathering. It was a fitting .way, he said; of celebrating Christmas, by listening to the angel song's. Of Mr. Willetfrd. (the conduct or) the chairman said that one who liad earned such high distinction in the public school, m the Church and in efforts for the public good deserv ed everlasting thanks. He spoke of the great war as a challenge to the message of , Christmas. But '{Jesus which was necessary to procure peace brought not peace but & sword, Oiur ideal was the protection of the weak by the strong; JesuB taught that. Our enemies .were fighting lor the illusion that might was right. They had to be taught that the strong were strongest when their °trength is used worthily before Him who gave it. This t...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 1 January 1915

LOST LOST, between Wollongong and Port Eembla, a DELIVERY BOOK, £\ Reward on returning to Parkinson Cordial Factory k Municipality of Central Illawarra LICENSED VEHICLES AND MOTOR CARS AND DRIVERS, N OTICE is hereby given that the Annual Inspection of Vehicles for Vvbich Licenses are required for Che year 1 915, will be held at the Town Hall, Wollongong, on Monday, 4th January, 1915, at 10 a.m. All applications for vehicle and drivers' licenses must be lodged at that time and prescribed fee paid. GEORGE LINDSAY, Town Clerk, Council Chambers, Unanderra, Doc. 29th 1914 Municipality of Wollongong licensed Vehicles and Drivers NOTICE is hereby given that the Annual Inspection of Vehicles foe which I iceuBBB are required for the year 1916, will be held at the Town Hall, Wollongong, on Monday, 4th January, 1915, at 10 a.m. All Applications for Vehicle and Drivers' Licenses must be lodged at that time, and prescribed fee paid. CHAS. M. REEVES, Town Clerk. Town Clerk's Office, t Town Hall, ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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OUR NEIGHBOURS. MILTON. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 1 January 1915

OUR NEIGHBOURS, {From our ISxchangM.), MIL/TON . Mr. Bissot reports thu sale of Mr. 41. Brt- Hart's farm at Croobyar, to Messrs. W. K. and A. Robertson.

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 1 January 1915

In Memot i Notices BARLOGIO— In to memory of our dear little daughter i ister, Dorothy 6 wen doline, who de id this life December 30th, 1913, age( ears 9 months, j Little we thought, w raid lose you so soon, | Loved little darling, in your bloom ; Memory recalling is y we trace, Gwennie, our darlin mt sweet little face. Inserted by her m and father, brothers and sisters, Jim, J?i ton, Maisie, Berryl, and George. HILL,— In loving ' France of our dear father, William iy, who was called 1 ? ? QflfVi 1 ilum 1010 ? J an UUIUG vu ' WL| lili, ttgou iJ J years. Two years have pas nee that ead day 'When one we loved tiled away , God took him home, is His will, But in our hearts he i still. Inserted by his li daughter and son in-law, Mary and D fash. HILL. — Sacred to lemory of our dear father, William y, who was called home on 30th I Br, 1912, aged 59 years. Just one less in inestead, But, 'oh, that oi so dear , That's just how weall miss bim I can't see to « 'ongh the tears. Sadly missed by...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 1 January 1915

Imperial Hotel CLIFTQN. VISITORS to Clifton will find this New and Up-to-date Hotel repkte with every, modern comfort and convenience Good Attep-!nn--e, Good Table, Homely and Comfortable. Elevated, salubiious position, overlooking the ocean. Fidl Board, or separate tariff. Terms Moderate. Beet Brands of Wines, Beers and Spirit* always stocked. George Williams Proprietor. H. S. Preeee Bed Cross Store, Qpp. Public School, ^Thirroul DESIRES to notify* the Residents of _ Thirroul and f-ur rounding district that he has purchased the above store, lately carried on by Mr A. Webb, atad by strict attention to business, and Goods at Sydney Prices .hope to receive a fair share of business— one trial order will do it. Frice List in printer's hands Give him a trial and encourage local enter prise. Photography Removal. E. S. BURROWS j DESIRES ; to notify the Removal of his Pusinees from Upper Orown Street to LOWER OftOWN STREET, into the premises lately occupied as Milo Studio (next Methcdist Ch...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 1 January 1915

auction sale tomorrow. NEW YEAR'S DAY. THORN'S SUBDIVISION IN THE ' ' THI * - HEAET 03? OOEEIMAIi \ W. L. Weber rTA8 been iuBtrudted to Sell by Public HI ITX Auofcion, on the Ground, 1st January, 1915, at 3 p.m. J the above valuable Building Blocks, all hiffhand dry, close to Station and Post Office, the most convenient position in Coffrimal* . over Start your year well witJr a sound in vestment by securing a block of this Subdivision, ? . ? V 10 per cent, deposit, balance extending over 2 yetirs in quarterly or weekly pay ments, interest 6 per cent, on balance only , Special mduoemontB to cwh purchasers ? Lithos on Application. COBRlHAi^ 1 brie W. L- WEBER, = a AB been instructed to Bell- by Public , Auction, on the Ground on New Year's Day, 1915, j; AT i P.M. S Choice ALLOTMENTS xhi 1 Situate in OollinB , Street, near High Street, Corrimal, with a depth of 368 feet. Terms at Sale Tht ;? - ; ?? . - ? ? ? — : — — ? ' e Clearing-Out Furniture Sale, J CORRIMAL. * Saturday, Jan- 2nd, 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 1 January 1915

H. P. OOTT B BELL Auctioneer & Valuator C^n'iral Sale Booms; BULLI-WOONONA Oldest District Auctioneer A Commissioner for Amaanw and Sworn Taluator under Real Property Act Solb Agent foe — Coxton Estate, Oornmal . Rothery Estate, Corrimal , ifarrell s Subdivision, Balgownie Russell Vale Subdivision, Bellambl Artie' Subdivision, Bulli MoCauley Park Estate, Thirroul Coledale Subdivision, Coledale Lithoe and all Particulars Post Fbbb Hy.WoODSaCo, Market Street (Near Church of England). fiEKE&AL (HARKIKHS. Forwarding Agents to any par of the States. All classes of Vehicles for Hire. Special Turnout for Commercial Travellers. Furni ture Removed, Packed and Stored by Experts. Coaches meetall Trains. Letters and Telegrams receive Prompt Attention. THE MODEL BUTCHERY WOLLONGONG A Well-Known Fact That when QUALITY is required it can always be obtained from us, and in support of this we take the Large Connection we have n Wollongong and District. W. McRENZlE. Tml Crovn &amp...

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Albion Park Fires. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 1 January 1915

Albion Park Fires. At i;he Courthouse, Albion Park, on. Wednesday the Coroner (Mr. C W, Craig) held inquiries as to the origin of the two fires at Albion Park on the 1.1th and 14th Decem ber. The fire of the 11th inst. was discovered at Mr. Hi. C. ZHems' Farmers' Store, but wag quickly got under. The outbreak), which occurred on the 14th, was respoiisi,ble('for com pletely demolishing the Albion Store n«nH di*\ir»b,_ivi-+r-.fin rnu- 1^4.4.^-u »«wviv m ^ituc. -LUIS lO/ttVl |}U^!- ness was being conducted on a leasu by 'John Gordon ^Mitchell, who was subsequently arrested by the Mic-s, but afterwards allowed out on Qfty pounds bail. In Mr. Ziems' case, Inspector And erson conducted the, inquiry on be half bf the police. H. C. Ziems deposed - that on the mornirig of the eleventh instant he discovered his premises on fire in ther front of the store, between a dnor and the drapery window; the flames reached some of the stock aiul de? . troyed about sixty pounds' worth of drapery; disocve...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 1 January 1915

A ' : ?' .. MILLINERY. - ^ - Miss McDonald - ^ Opp. Hospital, Main Rd., Bnlli 'TT7ISHES to notify her many customers VV and the general public that she has a choice stock of up-to-date MILLINERY , ? Latest Shapes & Styles much below/usual Prices to suit the v . : 'times * Innovations a ^periality. Hats Made to Order. ??? * THE 75 mRSREPUWION /HHBm J . v '? L ^ -\ :- i'. 'Uv, - -j ,-?£-? ', -r-Vv I:-'-'-, ? ? ? ^ ^ g

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 1 January 1915

A Merciless Judge A merciless judge is Father Timie. I'efore him- the weak; and1 the want ing,'' go f.o the wall. Only the t*uth can stand. For tfa/ree years the foil owing statement from a Wollongong resident has withstood this sternest of all tests. Mr. ? Percy Parsons, Gipps Street, Wollongong, says, ???My trade is that Pi a carpenter, and at times I havs a. great deal of heavy lifting to do A few years agio 1 think ^ must have) strained my back, as it commenced to ache, and the pain soon got so had that it was almost impossible to attend1 to my work. The agony was awful if I- stooped, or moved a?- out quickly, and I often felt^too ill to do anything, but I bad: to keep at my work, which was made dc-ubly hard by weakness and pain. I tried all kinds of medicines, but it was not until I had taken a few dcses of Doan's Backache Kidney Pills that I realised X had at last' fc-und a remedy That suited; my Com plaint. After taking them for a week or so, I was in , better health; than I ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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PATRIOTIC WOLLONGONG. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 1 January 1915

PATRIOTIC WOIXiO.MJONG, A statement in detail of the re ceipts and expenditure of the Wol longong Red Cross. Branch shows jfchat the collections amounted io £.105 14s 2d; proceeds of entertain ments £93 2s G£d; dona&iohs £16 bs 3d.-^Total £215 Is '^d: Materials sent — 32 soldiers' bags, forty kit ybags, thirty-eight flannel pyjaimas, twentyhjive flannelette pyjamas, six flannel shirts, - fifteen knitted socks, ~ five Balaclava caps, seven scarfs, fourteen pairs knitted- cuffs andvmanv; spallva.t'tici^; Mr.;Di McG-uirk ^did all the coaching gratis. r i r'' ;; fTne' Dapto u Branch of the ,Rel Gross Society has received the fol lowing contributions — From -D-»pV-- X^ubUc Sch^o1l £l 17s 'd; from Da' to Presbyterian SaJbbath School £1. A gift of 'Clothing from the resvd ents of ^aUfth^'hiif' also been receiv ed;* an ^cample^ that might -well be followed/ 4us - ^nany1 of the r-«i^en|.H Xesre iih^ple tp^mpfee nothing contributed ' 3naall amounts^, which® the i, collector ^ legended...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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CURRENT JOTTINGS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 1 January 1915

CURRENT JOTTINGS The movements of Italy have been watched with great interest, and hope of their taking sides with, the Allies. As a matter of fact, Italy has been doing the Allies good ser vice by their attitude, compelling Austria to keep a force on their It alian frontier which would, no doubt, have been employed ? against Russia had Italy been quite quies r»ATi f * , If Italy continues to show sympa thy with the Allies and apparently just about to chip in, they will be doing us good service at the least possible cost to thelinselves. Bravo, Italy I A certain one of the dailies is en. titled to be. complimented, upon the promptness with which it publishes pictures of ships which have come into distinction. There was in a re cent issue in which was announced the re-capture of a Oocos Island schooner in which a shore party of the doomed Bmden's crew sailed away to escape the guns of the Syd ney, a picture of the schooner as a stately three master. It turns out that the actual vesse...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CORRIMAL [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 1 January 1915

CORRIMAL For the current pay South Bulli has nine days; Corrimal employees, owing to a dispute connected with the recent cavil extending over a pe riod of two weeks, will not have any pay to draw. Work was resumed on Tuesday. The holidays were unusually quiet; there was nothing to . denote the ad vent of Christmas except for the singing, by various choir parties of the time-honored Xmas. Ciarols. The Town Band discoursed music in the streets; later visiting residents in va rious streets at their own homes. Several rag.tkne parties also did the rounds. Towrodji Beadh was largely pat ronised on Boxing Day, but the en joyment of picnickers was marred by a succession in the afternoon of heavy thunderstorms; many people received a thorough drench ing Constable Locke has been appoint-' ed a police officer here, vice Clon [Stable Morrissey, transferred. Mr. C. K. Thorn advertises a sale of allotments situate in Railway »t. on New Year's Dav (Friday). This land is right in the heart of the ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 1 January 1915

Removal Mr. James Lindsay, DENTIST, Has Removed to New Fu^dine, two doors from ?Rriofewood' «— TTpsT A IRS. from Brichwood's — UPSTAIRS Telephone 44 1 Men's Boots at Right Prices I * I™ -4,1 *. .*? .... if--- Appier Crown. St. I; r , , Wollongong I Best Value for yotir Hard-earned Money. li:-'' yt'Ji- ' ? ** Try this New Department for your Boot Requirements All iftw stock New Styles I V Comfortable and Good wearing My Aim lis to Please You , In this as in every other De I partment WARisa FULL SWING Priees liwi THE^BIGHT PE1CE Gents Tan Willow Calf Derby. Latest American last — froml4S 6d . Gent's Black Glaoie Eld LaceShoe . —nice lor ..Summer wear— from ' ., 13*6(1 , J» jff . ,«? ' * ! [?] War is in Full Swing £ AGAINST HIGH PBICES AT ? BLACK'S, I The Corner Store, Wollongong. fl Why pay £5 5s for a Suit when L. I3LAC K. can dress B yoti from hiead to foot for 4tl5. I Jffk Eveything of the Best I ' Ji^i' hjll ^satisfaction ob I ? ? ' OUTFIT I 0NB r MY 55/- SUITS TO I : 1 High Quali...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Bathing Fatality [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 1 January 1915

Bathiug Fatality 'On Monday afternoon a most dis tressing drowning fatality occurred an Tpwrodji Creek, a lad 'named James Dixon Wells losing his life. , An inquest ,was held by the Coroner, Mr, Elliott, S.M.j on Tuesday. Alex, James Wells, an ironmonger. rtssiuxng at iiiorpem, lather of the deceased, deposed his son left for /Earrawanna last Saturday to sp-jnd a few days with his uncle. He was sixteen years of age.. He was study ing for an architect. John Willis Dixon, a clerk, resid ent of Tarrawanna, uncle of deceas ed, deposed that on Monday after noon he and deceased, went to Tpw rodji; 'witness went in the surf, and, on coming out, deceased put wit -ness' costume on and went in: be calme out and went in ^the direction of Towrodji Creek. Next- saw his dea)d body brought out; So far as -witness knew/ deceased could not swim. James Jones, a' miner, deposed he spoke to deceased, who1 waa standing in Towrodji Creek; said to him ' If I were vou I would go from the rocks farther up t...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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