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CORRIMAL [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 8 January 1915

coRmiiAi I | There' was an almost complete ab' ., 9 sence of enthusiasm on .New Year's ' j I -Eve, many people who were about' S were out for the ostensible purpose - „ m of' shopping. This beiag .-'done,. th6y I B returned quietly to their homes; for , -*'1 ||j a New Year's Eve the streets were ? li deserted at a remarkably early hour. Beyond the .combustion of a, few fireworks 'here and : there, the ' - tootling- in' the distance of steam ; . whistles and a number of amateur ish attempts of the ragtime order at singing, the demise of the old, and the' advent of the New . Year, was a . circumstance quifet indeed. A number of infants have died of . late in the town; .there is also a. good deal of sickness among, adults : w i going the rounds. : Three young girls .nearly- .// t-v|| deaths by drowning last week while bathing at Towrodji Inlets -if itiiaidl liot been for the timely assistance of a Jocal- reisident, evitably have been droiwja^d,. . ! ? ? TOe-'ivifeaers'V::of ; ^Bulii ? ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEEK BY WEEK [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 8 January 1915

WEEK BY WEEK 1 The local butcliers are raiding the prices of meat on L. account of high prices ruling for cattler Mr. Collin (of Marcus Clarkl&? Co.) and Miss Brewster, a late Wollong ong resident, were married last weei*.. ? District business people report a gHi splendid trade, for theXmas. season -*-the best ever experienced.— 'Shoal- haven Telegraph.':' Mr. Prank McCaffery is producing an Illawarra cattle history from records of the Kiama Agricultural , .. Society.; ?, - j The rainfall record at Wollongong ' Post Office for the past year am-* *;'? . ? ounted to seventy-eight, inches; the , ^ , average is forty-two inches. j \ 1 Hie Marist Brothers have a 'stu dents' camp in' the Kiama Show -: ground pavilion. The Sydney Univer, sity Club. has taken the pavilion for the last week in February^ f&'-. ? Mr. Frank Heather, -who -was the ? r\ operator at the Crown Pictures ; ' ?- . some eighteen months ago,- is an of Acer in one of the forces at theliiv 'erppoi encampme...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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HELENSBURGH [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 8 January 1915

HElEKSBOfieH A communication has been received irom our , Federal member stating that a public* telephone will be in* stalled at North Helensburgh at Mr; John Robinson's store. . Mrs. Elizabeth Gadd received, very .Bad news on Sunday night, to the .effect that her son William, age 21, had met with a fatal accident; the .accident occurred at Cooryong, where he was thrown from a horse, and taken to the hospital. (Eheiwdyi was tmried at Malwa. Much sympa thy is expressed for Mrs. -Gadd in her very sad times. - On Wednesday Patrick Collins, aged 22, 'a resident of Croyden, engaged ?as a shunter at Waterfall, was foll owing his occupation when he was crushed between a stage and a truck, breaking an arm and receiving other serious in-uries; he was taken to Sydney for medical treatment. A commencement has been (made on the new Helensburgh Station; brick layers- (and carpenter^ started on Wed'-* nesday afternoon in the yard. At the local Police Court, Henry Reed, drunk and disorderly, fined...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Master Builders' Dinner. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 8 January 1915

Master Builders' Dinner. j Ojtl Wednesday evening, in Friendly ' Societies' \ Hall,. .Wollongong, the Master Builders' Association held1 its ; annual dinner; Mr. Thos. Ivietnan presided- The toast of 'The King' ] was loyally honored, after which Mr I W. Orphin gave the toast of ' The i Visitors.' The Master Builders!' was a new institution, and they gave the j visitors a hearty welcome. ! (The Mayor {Alderman Lance), in! responding, said he always had the greatest respect for the builders, not i .only in bricks and stones, but for ' those who endeavored to build up ; n°fc-le character . Looking at the nice buildings which had gone up these last two or three years, it ' seemed to him the quality of the work was of a high order. He was doing all he could to keep things normal arid I thought that anyone who did 'not carry out work which they had de cided on before the war, were not doing the duty incumbent on them. It seemed to him there was a fair amount of progress in building, as fa...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 8 January 1915

Motherhood ' m - ? ? \ 'Motherhood,' - as the late Dr. Talmage observed, 'is the noblest aspiration of (womanhood in its best sense. There is something lacking in the home into -which no baby has i ever entered. Without the advent of the 'little stranger' the happiness of husband and wi£e is never quite | complete. A book of valuable infor I mation, telling ho,w thousands pf : people have had their hearts' de sire gratified 'will be sent free to anyone who cuts out this advt.. and sends it to Dept. B 70, LAD DIES' COLLEGE OF HEAfLTH, 64 Oxford Street, , Sydney. - .Visitors to t£ie City are cordially invited to call at the College and discuss health matters with the Manageress* Buggy Harness English Pattern, Solid Nickel Silver Mounts , £4 15s, £5, 6s, £5 15s, per set CHEAPER QUALITIES £3 3e, £3 15s, £i 4s, M 7s 6d SPRING CART SUTS Solid Nickel Silver Mounts £5, £5 10b, £6 6s, £6 17s 6d Miners Leather Belts 1b 6d, posted anywhere Each Quality below Sydney Prioes. Inspec tion invited....

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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THIRROUL [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 8 January 1915

THIRROUL ^ . The influx of visitors for the holi days* has exceeded the most sanguine anticipations of residents. Ota New Year's Day the number exceeded the/ record for the same day of the pre-' vious year, but it is stated that on tii is occasion the sojourn of the ma tp:;*1 jor ty of the newcomers was short, if- r * The rain which fell throughout the )?- Siolidays did not deter surf bathers | ^ from indulging in their favorite r- pastime, as the beadh was crowded evelry day. There (were (many who preferred a dip in the baths atBul p ® li, but on arrival there they ? were ? disappointed to find that the bath ing hole was partly filled with sand* ap.*' On Saturday evening last Mr. War p* ner gave a picture entertainment in '? aid of Mrs. Pen wick, who recently W ' ... had the misfortune' to Ipse by death , her husband. There was a satisfac- i H* iory attendance, and the show was | good. The Thirroul Band gave their assistance, and Mr. Ben Lewis r6n dered a number of vocal solos with...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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THE 10.9 and 9.9 TOURNEY [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 8 January 1915

THE 10.9 and 9.9 TOfUHNEY' There was pnly a (moderate atten dance at the Star on New Year s Eve to witness the. tournament bouts, «which proved the best night's spprt that has taken place in Wol longong. The bouts were vigorou^, spirited and mostly classy, for no vices. 1 fflhe 9,9 bout between H. Marshall, of Coledale, and J. Smith, of Wol longong, just , lasted one .minute,' when Marshall lay a crumpled rem- , nant of distress on the floor. Sid 1 Smithy of Corrinnai; jtcaused ; apot'ev excit^nent namesake of the ^revi&fis ? bput'- w^n ?. opposed to that !sturdy little ' boiter from. Kesmbla, Mat vPolandi in -fche. 10.9 division/ Just a little manoe uvring, then a slight snix up, a right cross to .the jawi. fand; . Poland was; down foy so coolly tihat Poland revived suffi ciently to land 'affce'ii^^ fch® l*aw, T which dropped oSjtnith for - «-They were Smith the weaker, when : , v |he ,gbn^,: went. Poland ;;used'.^a,-'.l|tt; | he jaw with crrefijt vaccuracy and ref feet thr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 8 January 1915

P'S&ALTIDR LANCE & Co p The Honse for Reliable Goods at 1 Moderate Prices. I Midsummer Styles In I COSTUMES & BLOUSES k Tou are sure to be delighted with our Costume Choice. IS For years now our name has been identified with HIGH QUALITY, STYLISH COSTUMES and DRESSES, ii and each Season sees us with wider and better selections. , ' They are all made from Fashionable High-Grade Materials, and they represent Costume Mating of Highest J excellence. y The Superior Cut of our extensive showing of DAINTY SUMMER DRESSES, C08TUMES, BLOUSES, Etc, must be apparent to every discriminating Lady. Th-iy are Attractive and Stylish, and we are confident that 1 . after a fair comparison of Prices, you will discover that our values are beyond approach k. Grand Display Rummer millinery Sdu want the Loveliest of Lovely Millinery these Summer J|&y$,-and you get it here. Every ^Hat we have in Stock Beat Beauty, Charming and Becoming jtyo great, ( too, is our variety that c...

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CRICKET. I-D.C.A. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 8 January 1915

CRICKET. I I-D.C.A. I Bulli (scratch), six for 280 (declar ed), and none for 14, defeated Ex- , , celsior (handicap 40), 106 and 18.0 (Staff; 76 not out), by ten wickets. points to date :— Bulli 101, . i^eira B, Port Kembla Excelsior 7, Wollongong) 6, Flinders 3. WOLLONGOING v. flinders. Completed on the Green, and won by Wollongong by eighty, runs. Wollongong, First Innings, 86. Second Innings. Copas, t retired ? 55 Sheppard, st., bowled Sloan ....... 7 Mintorn, c sub., bowled Patey ^ H^h^ly, bowled Neil ? ? ? 34 S. Thompson, bowled Beatty ? 0 F. Hickman, c sub., bo Beatty.... 4 iAjnderson, not out ? ? ? ? Slater, bowled Neil ? ? 6 W. Thompson, not out ? ? ? 12 Sundries ? ? ? 16 Seven wickets for ? ICO (Innings declared closed). Bowling. — Sloan, one for 2S, Beat ty, three for 55, Niel, two tor 4' ; Combell^ck, none for 17 Flinders, First Innings, 92. Second Innings. Musgrave, c, b Anderson ? ? 1 Puckeridge, c, b Anderson 13 Beatty, c, bowled Sheppard ...... *.i Niel, bowled. Shepp...

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Danish Sympathies [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 8 January 1915

I Danish Sympathies j - 'Aii .important, note showipg . how the worlh ' is with ' Britain - in this war was contained in a letter, from the editor of one of the principal Copenhagen journals to Mr. 'James Baker, the authpr of 'Austria, : Her Itebpie and .^Their Homelands.'' Th&; writer ' ; Biays^ over here are toll ; lowing the doings of England : with ?ale greatest sympathy, and Sir TMr ward G-rey's speech dn the Parlia ment is. for the 'Danes a document of great and exalted value. It' may interest you to know, that in the last few' days 'the v»yldendals ? Pud lishing House hai*- i^isuM a school book for use during English lessons;, in which the speech 'of Sir Eld-ward ?Grey is given in eptense. 'The speech is considered as such' ah ianport^nt item of history that the children of Denmark now ~and in th$ future also | should know it ' .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 8 January 1915

THE TMrrofll_Phariacy. Special Attention is paid by the proprietor to the Dispensing Department. All prescriptions are dispensed with the greatest care and accuracy. Jl La*^e Stock of Perfumes and Preparations for the face and skin, by the best makers, always on hand, Agent for Kodak Photographic Materials 'Phone No. 38 in, Built E JONES V.. Proprietor. THE WORLD'S. FINEST MAKES OF Requirements IMPORTED DIRECT Reliable Sheetings and Calicoes, Beautiful Blankets, Dainty Damasks, Serviceable Towels, Quality Quilts, Lovely Lace Cur tains, Mosquito Nets, Fancy Napery— all the Home Usefuls that every Housewife prides herself on can be bought to Special advantage from A. F. Hale & Co. White and Unbleached Sheeting, plain and twill — 54 and 64in. ls ljd, Is 2d, Is 3d, Is 4|d, lsf6d 72 inch— Is 4Jd, Is 6d» Is lid 80 & 90 inch — is 6d, Is lid, 2s 3d, 2e 6d, 3s, 3d White and Cream Damasks — is Id, Is 3d; Is 6di J.S J9d, Is lid, 2s 3d, 2s 6d, 2s lid, 3s £d, 4s lid White and Col...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 8 January 1915

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DAPTO [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 8 January 1915

DIP TO { Mr, P. Dindsay, , of TJakelands, has j:|i now a large number of steep in. nis , paddocks. The' animals are rolling || fat and. should realise top market price. Sheep -'Appear to do parfcicu- 'Wf, larly well on the Coast, ;; and the wohder is 'that more. -ibiry fawners S|' who have grass going to vapte do '$§ not go in more ior small flocks. V£|: iAt a meeting of the committee Pf \Vvj? the Dapto School of Arts, held last. .* M Monday evening, the librarian's re- ^ port showed takings for the month. -;f| to be £jit lis ^d, while the income % for the last six months of 1914 . showed an increase over that of the previous half-year of £-12 3s Gd. Ac^ . _ counts amounting to £i7 19s 8d were -^|§ passed for payment. It -was decided J to invite the children of the local, pulkic School to': assist at the forth- ^ coming concert in aid of . the insti- ' /' tution in' April next, and to donate ^ ^ to fithe school 2p per cent, of taking^ ;? realised by the entertainment. The billiard t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 8 January 1915

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Wanted—A Truce (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 8 January 1915

Wanted— A Truce J ?}. (To the Editor.) 1 Sir,— Reports of labor troubles in recent issues of jrour journal sug gest all too1 vividly a deplorable lack of concern or interest in the stupendous conflict for supremacy that the nation is involved in. Daily throughout the length' $,nd breadth of the continent, penetrating into the most isolated and remote portions, the Press sweeps atfay anv excuse that might be ofiered as to ignor ance of existing conditions. The re cords of conspicuous heroism ; the awifui carnage and destruction ; the desolation installed throughout the ? thousands of homes; the sufferings of the weak and helpless, are daily pre sented by the Press in all their nak ed horror. No interpretation should be needed to elaborate or emphasise the solemnity of the struggle, or to ; bring home to every unit of the community that! sense of personal concern t which should predominate over all else at this period, when ( the nat onal honor and prestige, is at -stake. Throughout t...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Newcastle [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 8 January 1915

? *? ? ^ ~ ' « Newcastle ?. ' Mr F H. Kdly, the 'Maitland I _* 1 Tweaitiier prophet, forecasts floods In 1\ the Hunter in JR-n. and February 1 A difference between the machine ^ operators and the management ~ ha*5 ' ' prevented work, proceeding at the % Ijambton Colliery. The -management » wished to cavil in a spare machine, i «o as to avoid the fillers falling * , short of work. The men refused to 4}'^ - - /agree tt- this, ahd to draw the cavil p/h ' ^ Ah ^arrangement was, however, ar rived ^t. through -the ofiices of Mr. f/i. - - J. .Baddeley, president of the CHh-. cry iEimploye^s federation, and !}- ^ TMOesers.-jJ^ liovell «aid» H. Price, of fc. - - 4bd^, wherry a system of If «PHitWg i? $*? be ^tried' ,for a, «?ontJi, fc' - ; ^«ndi-so ' try tro in tfus sway, keep the ^ v' 'f ' filers occupied ftiU, twne-^ J & / r ^ ?- ^e Stockton Regatta was revived sBVpVal ^re&rs. -JPVom mid- . weathe* was ennodRulnbsl^B; jaad

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Japan in Kio-Chao. A CHINESE VIEW OF IT. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 8 January 1915

Japan in Kio-Chao, i - A CHINESE VIEW OF IT. This is a land of lamentations, says the Pek ng correspondent of -the 'New York Herald, writing on October 7th. China sheds tears of bitter regret because she has no 'ef ficient army, because she has not t!;e money to put what a!rmy she has 'on -ra. war footing, and because the lack in those two directions, has contril »u ted to the loss of the province of 'Shkntung. There is not a (Chinese naitive who ? does not believe that Shantung has been .lapanned even more effectively than Manchuria. To tell the average Chinaman that J apa«n will adhere t.o her declarations that she will abide by the terms' of the Anglo-.tapatoeae Alliance and preserve the integrity ?of China is . to provoke ironical guf faws, and more tears. Humiliation, shrieked an Amern'7 educated Chinese at me the ot.iiir day with passion which almost burst, 'him1. 'Why, humiliation is not the word to describe what is now hap pening. Those— those ? ' and he ?spluttered in his a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 8 January 1915

D. EVANS, Opposite Post Office, ;? ?- , — bulli;; — - for Stationery, Tobacco, Cigars Ana *'?' ' Confectionery. - ^anetyjof 2Cpias p?oj®, Xtnaa ie 'Caras^anfl. Auto .^Stationery, 'r Ifctesfc J^t^otic ,pfaM. VipUtt^ritiijf and all Musical Bequirements. Icwl Blinks and Peters' Diamond & Buby Ring I6ct. gold— 40s, 45s 3 Diamond— 70fi. Diamond & Ruby— 40b. Half Hoop, 6 Diamonds £4 108, £ 5 108 Diamond and Ruby, Half b oop £4 15s £5 15b ? Wedding' Riiiss — I Set. IBs ; iln. I8ct from 20s ; 9ct. 10s 6d Quality Guaranteed . Keeper Ringfe 3et. Gold 248 i Wedding and Engagement ' Rings A Speciality. DIAMOND HALF &OOPS, MARQUIS, CLUSTER, & CROSS OVER RINGS from £4/10 to £35 Rings Made to Order A. BRICKWOOD. JEWELLER, OSOWN STREET. ^ ' ' Opal and Diamond Ring 65b Diamond and Ruby or Sapphire, 5§s ct. Gold Dress Rings - iamond and Ruby, 40s Diamond and Buby 1 or Sapphire 50e, 60s' J 18et. gold 'I Grent'B Garnet or , Amethyet Riliftsi 17b fid, 20s, 25s. -J N * ? -...

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ALBION PARK [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 8 January 1915

ALBION PARK Very large quantities of milk con tinue to arrive at the Illawarra ?Central Creamery for treatment, while the butter output per weekj is in advance of previous records. Entries for the Albion Park Show, winch takes place on the 20th and 21st instant, are coming in freely. The excellent season should be' 're- sponsible for producing a show of cattle, the like o£ which has never before been seen on the Coast. Last week-end three large . foxes were shot on Mr: J. Lyons' proper ty at Albion Park. There has been much loss of poultry of late, 'for which these pests have beea respon- j sible^ I Whilst fixing a glass window, at i the Illawarra Creamery, on Monday, Mr. Thos. Coughlan, i-.ad the anas fortune to sever an artery between the finger and thumb of his left hand. The wound necessitated three stitches . being inserted. Mir. Blow, of Berry, has secured a contract for the erection of the new. cheese factory at J|amberoo. The ex cavation' work has ty&n enffiirted upo...

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SCARBOROUGH [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 8 January 1915

SCARBOROUGH The employees of the South Clif ' ton Colliery worked on Monday last, i but on Tuesday morning the men held a meeting and decided not to go in. The management was not no tified of the reason for the cessa tion of work. Some of the men sta ted that it was all over working the ponies the double shift, while* others contended that it was because of the unequal distribution of skips. It was expected on Tuesday that the diffi culty would be speedily overcame. Constable Stinton, of Berry, is at present relieving Senior-Constable Connor, who is awav on sick leave. The heavy rain of last week was responsible for portion of the main road, near the Scarborough goods shed, slipping down* towards the sea. The local Progress Committee will get into harness again this week-end when a number of important mat ters will come up for discussion. miring the holidays,. Scarborough had its fair share of visitors. Surf ing was the pr ncipal attraction, the beach being thronged. Between Scarbor...

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