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[?]OBARGO. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 March 1915

[?] % . £arly - etaKes of (rrowt3i »r* which claused a rot, Still some of tke ifai'iiiei'S tared -vvell. It is interesting ( to Jiote that sepd imported from | C 'roc's well, the famous .potato dis trict of *'r X^.W., tfid remarkably well and woe not so much .affected by ..the,.' .extraordinary conditions. -in some cases .Hrownell's and Satisfac- ! tion also croppcd well. : Mr.. John K^rbecv, son of. Mr. Ja cob Nybec'c, of Quaama, was, last Tuesday, married to Miss A. -?ood- r idgCj djiujrhter of Mr. Tlios. Good- : ridge, of Dignams. _ -

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

HELEMSBURBH At the i annual general meeting of i members ;or the Helensburgh iand Lily vale. Co-operative Society, held this wee't, the reports and balance sheet submitted by the committee were adopted'. Sales for the half-year amounted to -£11,923 4s lid, n'ett profit being £1209 6s Id- It was decided to pay a dividend of two shillings in the & on members' pur- chases; to write down fixed stock bj fifty pounds, and place fifty pounds to the Special Reserve Account. Mr. W. Jolly was re-elected president of the society; Mr. G. H. Logan, sec., and Mr. A. iKirkrwiood treasurer. Messrs. - Weeks, Smith, Oxenbridge, and Todd were elected to the com mittee. . Owing to the unfavorable weather on Saturday afternoon the sports in aid of the Belg an Fund were post poned. v Over a dozen Helensburgh lads are liow in camp at Liverpool, most of them being members of the local Workmen's Club. It has been de cided to entertain them at a social on Wednesday, April 7th, if the ne cessary leave...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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No title [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 March 1915

On Wednesday, Mr. Reg. Wilton,,! captain of the Excelsior O.C., was | married to Miss stumbles, daughter ] of Mr- and Mrs. iW. Stumbles, of Harbor-street, Wollongong. — o ??? The little son, 13 months, of Mr. and Mrs- John Beattie, iunr» Smith's Hill, sustained injuries through pull-, ing a vessel containing liot water over himself on Thursday, and died the same evening.

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

DAPTO Dry conditions continue to prevail ; here, but dairymen are happy in the ; knowledge that their lot is not to I be compared to that of the unfortu nate men on the land in up-country centres. On Monday there was a crowded . ^ audiience to witness a Picture show j given by Mr. Cordon in aid of the /*. Dapto Ried Cross Fund. After Mr. fl Gordon deducts his expenses the -.B committee will receive a 'substantial H cheque. --IS Farmers here have arrived at the w Conclusion that the only way to copa . in vwith the rabbit pest is to have th# holdings wirenetted. Big consign- ,^|| ments of netting are arriving weeKly and most of the farms underneath - the mountain are being speedily made rabbit proof. This season the majority of the' dairymen have taken advantage of the luxuriant growth of the pastures * Jp and crops by going in for an ex tensive system of ensilage, with the result that very few are short of a plentiful supply of Winter fodder, i ] During the week a further draft of ab...

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

AE. BALL,' Wdonona, - Licensed Plumber , . and Water Fitter. Estimates given. A GOOD Assortment Gent's , Wa.tches, 48 6d to £2 10s ; written guarantee 10s 6d upward®. OSCAR DAWES, ADVERTISER wishes to hear of persons willing to advance money for building ; good security. Y Z., Austinmer BANQUETS, Birthday Parties, Dinners, Wedding Breakfasts, and all kinds of up-to-date catering -?one by Howarth's BUDDEN'S Seed Shop is the place for everything you want for your garden r CLEANLINESS, Civility, Attention, an3 J a first class three -course dinner at Howarth's for Is 'TPvUESSMAKING, by day; terms mode rate ; city experience. Miss L. Mar shall, Main Road, Woonona . FOR SALE, Rood useful Farm Horse. Apply, E. T. Elliott, Mt. Drummood. FOR SALE, beutiful Silver Plated B flat Cornet, leather case, shanks, lyre, mute maker Willis. London. Neatly new, cost £12 12s, sacrifice £6 12s. S. Brook P.O., Coledale. FOR SALE, Cottage, half acre land, main Street. Apply, H. Tuck, Balgownie. FOR SALE, c...

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

Electrolytic Refining and Smelting Company of Australia, Ltd, _____ y TENDERS are invited for PAINTING several Work Buildings. Full particu lars are obtainable on application at the W«rks, Pott Kembla. Workers' Educational Association THE Annual Meeting of the Wollongong Branch of the above will be held in the Sohool of Arts on Wednesday, 31st Maroh at 8 p.m. BUSINESS— Annual Report and Balance Sheet, Election of Officers, General. H. P. MELLVILLE, Hon. Sec. Department of Publio Works, Sydney, 18th Maroh, 1916. ATTENTION is directed to Gazette Notice inviting TENDERS for Alterations and Additions to Pilot's Cottage ; and Erec tion of New Flagstaff, Boatshed and Slip, Pilot Station, Nsrooma.' Tenders will be received up till Tuesday, 6th April, 1915. J.H.CANN, Minister for Public Works. 6dl2 Public Notice. SHIPP BROTHERS WISH to notify the' Public of Wollon gong and the surrounding district that they have Commenced a Coachbuilding Business At the Corner of KEIRA AND SMITH STREETS, WO...

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

Ladies f , ?— O— ? ' - If you are , suffering from- Indiges tion, Rheumatism, Piles, Headache®, Backache., ' Constipation, Slervous Breakdown, or any of those weary tug, dragging pains which undermine the whole ? system, do . not hesitate about seeking our advice,:. We make no charge for' consultation, and you will jncur no 'obligation by calling.. If tjnable to call for' & personal* in^ ?terview, send for our special consul tation form, which will be posted to . anyone who writes for, it to DePt 70, Ladies' College - of Health, 54 Oxford-street, Sydney. ** I . mmm . f. MOST MODERN 1 MOTOR GARAGE, I Keira Street, Wollongong. fl FULLY EQUIPPE UWITH UP-TO-DATE MACHINES I ATSTD IN THE HANDS OF fl TRAINED MECHANICS. 1 All Repairs Done and with. a Conscience. | Yulcanizin^. Tyre and Tube Repairs a Speciality. fl Bazing, Fitting and Turning Done, and all Repairs fl to Motor Boats, Oil and Gas Engines, Sewin'g fl Machines, Pumps, etc. fl Petrol, Tyres, and all Running Requisites B ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Utters From Egypt [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 March 1915

? . ? ' ' ' v~~ Letters From Egypt In a letter from the Light Horse ? Camp, Ma'ade, to his family, Woll ongong, Trooper S. JC. Dalley givts much detail of the trip from Syd ney to Alexandria. They passed war ships en route, and each time fcae troops were marshalled , on deck and stood at attention. He records Of the Red Sea passage :? ''Weather very |L - hot and oppressive; boat smelling I j|. very much.' Up to that date nine If of their horses had died. While the [| ships were passing through th- Ca* | ' nal all the troops were put in firing I position on the ships, the T':rks be || ing close to the Canal. Titles of Ipf. lucerne hay and thick boards were Eft; built round the bridge for prnteo |g ? . „ tion. At Ismailia, the ship cot fa^t ? ? in the mud and had to be towed rjif —which was soon accomplished. ' At Port Said two French hyd ^-pUines !§§-' ?? -were flying about eighty foet nbov-i R;i the ships; it was marvellous l-ow E; ^ they took to\the water. At inter IfLv vals of fiv...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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No title [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 March 1915

There is- more or less dead wood in every family tree. il~ - . . '??'r fj-^r Xr ' ? I' - - r ? V- V f-'v

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

BULLI AND WOONONA   Bulli mine has worked every day     this week.     In the Court on Thursday, I.eslie Clark, drunk and disorderly, was fin-   ed 5s, 6s costs or 48 hours; Thomas   Condon, ditto, and for indecent lan-   guage, 20s, 6s costs or seven days. James Dryden, obscene language, 10s, 6s costs or three days. A pro- hibition order against the supply of intoxicating liquor to Hugh Speirs, was made on the application of his wife. Prosecutions by the railways inspector v Charles' Morgan, travell- ing without paying his fare, 20s, 6s costs or seven days; John Sharman ditto; John Thompson, travelling without a ticket, 10s or 48 hours.   Russell Frew and John Harris, dr U shirking cadets, were ordered ter days' detention in ca-mp. Thomas Colwell, drunkenness, i was fined 2/6 or 24 ' hours. Bryan Collins and Michael Ginano, drunk and disorder ly, fined each 5s, 6s co...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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WOLLONGONG COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 March 1915

WoLLONGONG COUNCIL. At the meeting last Friday even ing all the aldermen were present. Big Works Proposals. A minute by theMayor recommend ed some important workB, viz pur chase of a. road making' plant at a cost of £1500; attempt to abolish the dust nuisance in Crown -street by dressing the street with tar, prob able cost £1000. (Recommended that the retaining 'wall at the surfing sheds be proceeded with. A tempor ary loan of £1000 to be obtained for the purpose extending over five years. The minute (was generally approv ed and referred to the various com mittees for report. Alderman Lance suggested that a sum of a-1500 be borrowed for the beac^ retaimng wali and to construct ladies' baths. Correspondence. From the Defence Department, ac knowledging application, per Mr. -j. M. Burns, M.H.Tt., for Cliff-road f0rt stating matter would be considered. Prom the Worses Department, in re ply, stating that a sewerage scheme for Wollongong Was being prepared for submission to the Public Wor...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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SPORT. RIFLE SHOOTING. WOLLONGONG CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 March 1915

SPORT. RIFLE SHOOTING.   WOLLONGONG CLUB. Two competitions have been ar-     ranged, one for A. and one for E. - Members up to a handicap of six , will shoot in A. ser es. AUm embers over 6 of a handicap will shoot in the- B. , __ The shoots have been arranged as f°Aprrf 10th and April 14th- 14 shots in two stages at 300 y®rd®' May 8th and May 12th, 14 shots in two stages at 600 yards. June 5th and June 9th, 14 shots . in two stages at 300 yards. j Members are requested to rna*e a note of these dates as no other no tice will be given. Five prizes will be given from j Club funds for the above compet^- | tions in each series; in addition to these prizes a special P me of ^4 S trophy will be given by Mr. Burl W of Para Meadow, and a 10/6 prize by Mr. Alf Bobb; first andse cond prize respectively m the best six shoots out of nine ending Dee., 31st next to B. shots °nl3r All members are requested to at tend drills each wee1*; next on Tues day. The f...

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THE STORY TELLER A Queen of Hearts CHAPTER XXI. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 March 1915

[?] [?] BY EVEL.YN EVERETT GRBEIN, CHAPTER XXI. i 'Ah, I knew it, cried; Patrjcia, her ; face iu a glow, you knew years tago that he was inhocent and wished | you ha-i a hand in the case, ?- Yp« are longing to haye -a : hani iti it ?* i 'Are'you a thought readeo*, : s Irndy ; ' Patricia ?'- 'I sometimes think I am.' no ff»n silent , then. He began to : walk fast, and she skimmed jalong at his side. Something had fallen i ✓ from her 'in that moment, 'he felt 'j that some new elefcnient had entered i into their mutual . relations. He was afraid to ask /even whither this j trend. The lights Of 'the house be- , ff.an to gleaiii before them. Their talk was almost at an end. But Pa tricia spoke**again. 'You are a Strong man, he ha3 a head, and her eyes shone like stars* 'I always feel that a strong man ought to carry ithe world befolre him He. is afraid of nothing, and grasps at victory and wins what he strives f0r. 'That is what.' I call a man. ' 'A man may desire that for Which he dare ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 2 April 1915

BRATS THEM AUTj You can say what you will about this or that being good for a sprain, but Chamberlain's Pain Balm beats them all. The 'quicker and of tener yow rub it in the sooner the 6prain will be gone. Chamberlain' s Pain Balm should .always be kept 'handy as it is in time of sudden mishap or accident that you will re alise its merits. Sold everywhere. * ' j

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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THIRROUL. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 2 April 1915

TfllRROlTL. j Mr. and Mrs. C^rns, of Thirrouj, ; this week had the misfortune to lose ' by death their infant daughter . I A big influx of visitors is expected ,tor the Easter holidays, a, large per-' j centage of the accommodation hav i i*ig been booked up. I Mrs. Frew, wife of the local stk tionmaster, has been rather serious I ni J ? . . , . . . . . ill uurmg tne past few weeKs(bufc ^ her condition this week s.as improv ed considerably. The collect on at Thirroui on Sat urday to provide a travelling kit chen for the front exceeded the most sanguine anticipations, and the la^- ' dies who wbrked so untiringly are ? ! to be heartily congratulated. The j counting of the coins was conducted' , on Monday afternoon, when it ' was ( found that the substantial sum of upwards of a hundrM^pounds had ' J been realised. £150 is needed or the1 object. On Monday next, on Thir- . j roul Beach; the Committee will Carry 'out a programme of sports, and it is fully expected that the extra fifty poun...

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A Clifton Case (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 2 April 1915

A Clifton Case I (To the Editor.) sir,— In reply to ''Parent' ?'in last iesue, I will answer, her's in rotation. 1. — She seems to be misinformed on this matter. 2.— He the key'. It is true the Nr O.O.'s or myBelf generally -opened the do(or, of the storeroom, but the cadets had access into it then, 3 —If parent was in the court' dur- ing the time I was giving my evi cVm would have heard me Say that I nearly always got the key out of the office myself; failing that I sent the N.C.O. for it. 4. — in regard to the lower court., i— When she says the cadets were not brought into the case. Does she re member the accused reserved his de fence ? If she really wants to 1 know why I got mixed up, with the case, let me , say I was subpoenaed, ,and, therefore, was bound to give evid ence. 5. — She also states that the Mil?^ tary Authorities, Melbourne, said that the cases had to be dismissed. That is, those that were drilling un der me. Yes, It is information for me, for, a® a matter of fact, ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 2 April 1915

'77 ' r— ' Getting a Clear Complexion Constipation disfigures the comple xion with pimples and batches Poisonous matter which 6hould have been expelled from the system is re tained and gives rise to' -impurities^ in the blood. Cosmetics and oint ments are more likely than not to aggravate the trouble by blocking the pores of the sMn. . Regularity must be established to remove tlie trouble^ Pinkettes, the dainty new laxative, quickly cle^ar away all offending mat ter without the least griping or dis comfort. Pinkettes are tiny sugar coated ovals, pleasant and easy to take, ' Write for a free trial sample to the Dr. Williams' Medicine Coy., Sydney, /ment'loning 'The South Coast Times.'' Pinkettes are Is. a bottle at all medicine dealers.- * ; I ' ' , ' . v £1.000 piuzes Jf^OOO Woek OP Aet Wobkof Asr Value) First j Value £500 j C^reat Prlxe'l £500 t Or Twelve |Months' Trip Bound the World, and £100, in Caih for One Person, or Ei^rht ' Months for Two. j Note.— The 'Committee, having pai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 2 April 1915

a mistaken notion. There is a prevailing notion that it is dangerous diarrhoea *J too suddenly . That may be the case , where astringent . medicine is used, but there is jaot. the least ^danger of : stopping it too quifekly if Chamber- : Iain's Colic and Diarrhoea -Remedyis , taken. This medicine is not .astring ent and stops the diarrhoea by, re- 1 moving the cause. As a rale only , ] two or three .doses are required to j give permanent - relief.' Sold - every- i where. 1 | ; - (LateT. S.,WEARN), Hairdresser and .Tobacconist,] LABOE STOCKS OF FANCY GOODS'' StSHING TACKLE; STATIONER?, tSw. i Up-to-Date Skloon. * All Toojs Sterilized, - J V * ' V * » X - * Manager TOURIST BTJftEAU, . « ' WOIiiOJfGONG. , HALE'S AUTUMN SHOW We Cordially Invite the Ladies of the District to our Special Show of New Season's Goods. MILLINERY JmEt Velvet is tlie correct thing in this Season's \ jM Hats, and the Great Jg|J nS? idea is reflected in the Tj vogue of Black and the J Military touch so pre va- ^ ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 2 April 1915

SUFFERING MAY BE ^AVOIDED. Constipation -brings m&ny ailments in its train, and is the primary cause of much sickness. Keep *ybur bowels regular by taking Chamber lain's Tjablets, and you will escape many ailments which make, life a xnisery. - Constipation --is a , J3imple ^ thing, but like' many simple things it may -lead to serious consequences. , Nature often . needs a .little assist- , iaijcer- and when Chamberlain's * Tab lets are taken at' the first symptom pf. any irregularity much suffering . tuid distress may: be avoided. . Sold everywhere *- s ' ^ 4 A pony race for a side-wager is to take place at Bode's Grounds on Saturday between Fair iBeau : and an-t other. , The money collected by Mrs. H3g gins^ for : the . School- ol Arts, ; Tbir roul, supperrroom .has been handed, - , fortnightly, feto the ^chool of A^ts* funds. ? ? ; ? .- , '??? ?, v.

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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CURRENT JOTTINGS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 2 April 1915

CURRENT J0TTIN6S There cannot be aay nation lnc'e interested in the defeat of brigand Germany than are the Due Ger- man expansion would certainly nienh the grab of Holland, whici, in addi tion to its own mat time ad»*.r.tu.ges, has rich colonies. The Butch, lifive seen how the Germans dead. with their neighbours — the Belgi.uis. The position should be a stirring call to every Hollander to take a hunt I in the destruction of the brig m i organ isation into which Germany has de veloped. — o— Inquiry is being made in Victoria just now about the marketing of fruit. A lot of evidence has Let-n given of fraudulent packing; one re tailer said he lost ten per vent, on every case he bought, by fr^u.i of this kind: An exception, however, was made of Spaniards, of v- bom there are some who send tomatoes 1 to Melbourne ; their, grading and packing was stated to be invariably honeBt. - 4 j The man on the land, the son o! the soil, lias long been represented in the ideal as a rather guiltless per...

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