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

PIGTON. r A serious acciaent befell - Mr. Ar thur Eagjes lusfc week ^rijile driying cartload 0t ffom Burns 'e ? daily at ?fejAl&'sfetiOnili y- ft is thought: that 33agisss had a fit,' - and fell to ' the ground, .and 'wheels \ of the =cart pafiget! ^over-''liiBv.-;'.«be!8t^ ; He w-as later, conveyed- to JRicton , s : * a»d iittcfid^ !by Dr. Pari*y.

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fruit Growing in N.S.W. FARMERS' BULLETIN NO. 83. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 2 April 1915

Fruit Growing in N.S.W, FARMERS' BUTT.F/TIK NO. 83. The second edition of this bulletin is .now a,vailable, and copies may. be ; r s had on application to the Under Secretary of Agriculture. 'Already two thousand copies have been cir culated in the form of the first edi tion, and there has been a steady in quiry in advance of present issue. The bulletin describes the main V, v , fruit-growing districts of the State; ?; gives a list of general recommend a- v; - 1 tions as to the best varieties, and sets out at length the varieties of *' e$xh. fruit that have done best in ' practically every locality in which ^ fruit is grown. 'A' monthly calendar .v.': lor orchardists land a chapter d-»vo- : i ?!;; ted to the consideration of cost oi establishing an orchard fill up a f?r,--- chure of sixty pages. . ? ? -4

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CAMDEN. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 2 April 1915

p CAMDEN. i '? - Piga .r-rSuckgrs , 10s -to 15p, porKera - - ' 1 »ir-jB:'eiivesr-5s-to fiaas«. I'J ' Sheep, 8/6 to ya Vd * ;Fafe '?{; |L;, . . C P' listate, thre© cows one p' ^ ' -ditto. £13 15s, ono smaller 'grade, |'V 3-7 2s, three ditto. *£9 13s, two do. 3: ; ' - Porter Bros. CorstorpMne, a *ow Wixtte'S': :.-? . ? ? ; ' ;i- '. .. # ;... d-iu,2s, tnree. cowb au» un« . M ' Devitt, This Ga&s, heiter £5. ' '&$ 19h4 one do.. ^5. 4s. ; ' Jess StucVey^, Giedswood, one p:- «0W ^? WS? p:-,, ,?-? , ' 'k, :^Tlp))eri^,;.:Oi|M^re;;:^^yw^ Ky r - : tope, d tto. £3 18a,- _ - % .. fei. . ??? jotm Ki^a, ,.l2s, ,one .^f«ey AyWhi^e r k i?«iuy. cnwl and:c4jf ^5^ -ed t fcow ±-6 -Js e T* Cfprmaij^Co^ ^ Slider ^hiUUocfc ±9 ?»' Mjs ^ 'MifMa^hon CoX R^er» fftt, -s©V ^ 4^ Qorrmv, .Gps'lliver, ? thftee -b«»: v jQck^ ^5 l4si -one ditto £4 TSs. one ^ t- * cow '-K$'Se ' ?) . ?W^patriC'-, Burro^orang, A3? ^tmtmn^lijiilnragorang, fjull r 1 SJcJu^ogh B»S i*Q c&£« IVs,1 one C0.W ?: -^iie' ....

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CORRIMAL [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 2 April 1915

COR RURAL South Bulli mine continues work | ing well. At time of writing (Tues day J seven days have been worked for the- next fortn ghtly pay. Corri j mal Colliery is now; in the fourth j week of idleness, with n0 signs '* of resuming. ' Trade of late has been consider ably affected owing to the very un- ! certain industrial outlook. Business- I ! people complain of the scarcity of money, and prices are on the ascent. A team of bowlers play a series of matches in Newcastle during the hol idays; the tour is expected to ab sorb about a week. Chier Commissioner Harper ' was met by a party of deputationists when he came through last week; ov ertures were made to him in form of requests for improved facilities «.t the railway station and goods sheds. Beyond a few decisive 'Noes' and a part promise to have Corri mal placed on the list of stopping places for the seven p.m. train, no thing further resulted. The. Commis sioner's stay at Ciorrimal Was three minutes. The secretary of the Rese...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MILTON. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 2 April 1915

??- i - *rr ? ? 7 ?- v - . - e .MIIjTON. : W. Latta, the attendant of the bull Sunny iVale,; was a great ad^ .mirer of the animal, and had him on Ids : death buried, placing the follow ing inscription over him : 'In mem ory of Sunny- ;.Vole, champion bull. Born 16th. ^October, 19Q4, died- No v- 10th, 1914. Oone ; l:iit not forgot ten by -one who love* you yet.— {W k.d/v J.;- Goulding, . -late' acting . F,ostj£»s ter at Milton, was committed for trial at Wollongong- for the 25th May on a charge of misapplying public moneys: Defendant pleaded not guilty and reserved his defence.- Bail allowed, self in £100. and two sure ties of fifty' pounds each. (

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 — 2 April 1915

7 WEEK BY WEEK The rainfall at WoUongong from Monday evening . until Wednesday ? morning measured inches. ?' — O— H. F. Hallorin and Co. report the sale of a Stanwell park allotment at £3 10s per loot. iMvs. T. R- Morgan, who with her \ V family, have been spending the sum mer months at 'Bute,' Austinmer, has returned to Sydney. The 'Independent' states that far more houses have been erected, re t : built, and renovated in Kiaina to ^ tag the past twelve months than ; . for the previous twelve years. ?. ? C * Mr T. D. Burling, late master. of ' the Mt- Kemljla School, and now of ; '\-i- Fairy Meadow, was recently enter tained by Mt. Keftibla residents and , ' , ; made *a presentation. V The first motor car t6 reach, Goon- darrin Creek was that of Mr. V. ? / WUson's last w^bk-end. The road is . v one which mifriit shave been consider ed quite secure from motor cars. Charles Bingham, eldest son of Mr. v v.- v A. Bingham, once postmaster at Dapto, is in the Hospital CorPs of the second...

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

UKANDERRA Mr. Chris. Johnstone (Nudjia) lost j -two valuable milking cows on Sun- I day night. They got into a crop of j young planter, and when found next j icnorning were both dead. It is stat ed that in cases where young plan- j ter has been eaten by stock, a valu able remedy is a pickle bottle ot kerosene. Several farmers who have tried this, say they haVe neyer seen il f.ll ° ' ? -iv iui«. The members of the Red Cross So ciety intend to iwxsrk in earnest af ter the Easter holidays. Miss Mc Aulliflelianded seven shillings to the treasurer, the balance left from Mr. R. J. Wilson's send- off. A1 dance to ?raise funds will take place in April. The Lake Illawarra Sailing Club ' hold their first annual picnic on Gooseberry Island, on Saturday : week. The championship sailing race ?will also beheld on that day Splendid rain fell on Monday night and Tuesday. Up to tune 'of writing about two inches had fallen. Mr. Robert Wilson left Unanderra ?en 'Saturday last. Mr. Wilson- bas taken a ...

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

H. S. Preeee Red Cross Store, ' - ' v'-t ©PP. Public School, ThirronI , , ,, ? . DESIRES tp notify the Residents of ThirronI and surrounding district that ^ he his purchased the .above store, lately - -i carried on by Mr A, Webb', and by strict J ^ attention to business, and ? ???' ? ? ' 1 \ - ?-'* - Goods at Sydney Prices hope to receive a fair share of Business— one trial order will doit Orders Collected and DeliveredDaily. Give him & trial and encourage local enter- : .t: : ; ? — — 1 - — ? ' / ' ?; ; ; ;:Vj Mack's Hospital ; POB' ? ; ? ?' ^ FURNITURE and UMBRELLAS, KEIRA. STREET 4 (next Jarman's Store) ~ - . ..' Where yoiji get )the Cheap Umbrellas Sole Agent for IUawarra District for Christie's Renowned Umbrella Re-Covers. . ?- - The Best Furniture Polish (any Vstain), fid and Is per bottle W. J. WILLIAMS , h. \-'.y ' : f ' ?/ v ?? ? ' r:..S M r Builder and Undertaker, — THIRROUL Funeral# * ' Conducted in any part of the district. s ,

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

Starr-Bowkett. No. 2 Starr-Bowkett Building So ciety had its annual meeting in the office, CroWn-street, on Saturday ev ening. The report submitted toy the secretary (Mr. J. 1A'. Ford), stated that, fifteen appropriations had been held, advances aggregating three ' thousand pounds. Premiums on sales , amounted to a/Yoo; returning1 an a,v erage of six per cfent. on all the amounts disposed of by sale The net profit was £205; ' the general working costs only seVen Per cent, of the total revenue. The assets show, ed £536 in excess of liabilities. The report was adopted as satisfactory. Officers for the ' coming year were el- ? fected as follows:— 'Directors, Messrs. H. G. Wakeford, W. Moss, Li. Gordon, E3. L. Eastaway, H. Turner, and il. W. Norris. Trustees, Messrs. iWake- . ) ford and Norris. / 'A £250 advance was put up at ' - auction, and secured by Mr. M.Bell, OorrimaJ, at four per cent, i A/n ap propriation ballot resulted in favor of. Mr. William CMbsoiV of Woonona, who is entitl...

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

DAP TO The rain which fell here on Tues day was much appreciated, and had .the effect of replenishing the water supplies in the creeks, '.which ^ had almost run dry. The ploughs ' will now be busy for some weeks to .tamft. Big mobs of horses from drought stricken centres continue to arrive in Dapto for grazing purposes. Mr. Smith (Howard, Smith, and Co.) is now located in his new home near the old smelting works. 'The ; building is a very fine one- indeed, j end has been fitted with every com fort of a gentleman's country home. The Dapto Rifle Club journeyed to Bul.i on Saturday last, and suffered; defeatat the hands of the Bulli rifle men by one point. The Dapto men speak in giowing terms of the hos pitable manner in which they were entertained. Scores : Bulli — IJumph- ?ries 47, J. Flemming 43, R. South all 31, ,H. Viegel 39, H. Nobbs 44, $*. G.ulson 35, R. Gahan 29, J. Charles worth 35, J. Lewis 36' C. Pallier 25; total 364. Dapto.— W. Massey 46, fA'. Roberts 33, W. Tom ?pett 37,...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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BATEMAN'S BAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 2 April 1915

K nArTEMAN'S 'BAY. n-:X X early all the sawmills are again j ; ; : . '«»rkiTi£. IMuny men are also engag- ! i' «d in cutting sleepers,, quantities of J which are being shipped weekly. J

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

NABOOMA. Mr. S. A. wheeler and a party of Sj; ; tour went up the Wagonga Kiver in. Mr. Bettini's launch and landed ^5-J SK , -4ish in four hours. The record of the ,; V ? - river, nowever, is 242 in three iiours Mr the fishermen being ^essrs. vj. uev 4;- ; r - tini, Fv HiK C!ark. T. Cohen ? ' The departure of Mr. W. .lohnson, -tt-ho was renkoved to a home in the % City last, wee's owing t0 almost to -tal blindness, recalls the Uefmagui __ mystery. He it 'was who found 'the * .deserted boat of the party on the 'J heach, and spread tlie news.

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR NEIGHBOURS. COBARGO. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 2 April 1915

| ili jiiSiiSsi .(From our Exchanger) CiOBARGO. ' : ; 1 P&g' ?' A meeting of shopkeepers an* s»iwj- .? , {is.sista.nts of Cobafigo, Held oil -Ab- W.- : day night, after ,,. !?«* discus* * -decided to present a i.*«mov «1 ? U» ^ the Minister for Labor '«-fi \k Ji asTiing that a poll be «?-» °« 'w Sri : nf oii.iprintT the statutory ftaif . holiday from. Thursday to Saturday After jbl long -and trying illness, ?; ^during which she underwent a ser ;v , ious operation. Miss ^ era Tarlinton, Vof Fair view, wa« sufficiently r ecov;r' ,-jd to lie able to enjoy a drive d«r : ing the week. Kg. - ' As a result of tt»e decision of the. ^ . shareholders of Cobargo butter *ac itory to donate tW proceeds ' nt Today's m'ik to the Belgian and War; ' y'oOd Funds, a sum. of £115 3-6s «a j '?r ' jias been forwarded.

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 — 2 April 1915

J WOMAN'S WORLD ' HOUSEHOLD MEMS. . The white leaves of celery dried find added to soups give a delicipus, flavor. - ? | ,? ' , ; ?; .[ # ♦ * #- / 'It is a good plan to buy ? raisihs, candied peel and other moist groce ries in small quantities and keep in tins to prevent drynfess.' To set colors dissolve.. one table- j spoonful of common salt in each I quart of rinsing water. \ j 1 * To prevent suet from sticking to a j knife when chopping, sprinkle it iwith ; a .little ground rice. Brandy applied immediately on a piece of cotton . wool to a bruise will prevent 'any discoloration, and , allay inflammation. _ \ ' * * * When , hotting old potatoes, add a little milk to the. {water in which they are boiled. Besides improving the flavor, this prevents them from i turning dark in the cooking. Gilt frames can be revived by re moving the #ust and rubbing with a piece' of new bread. Tfltie rubbing must be lightly done, or the gold ? will be rubbed oil. i ? « # » To clean the keys of a piano...

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

A Tonic for Dyspeptics When food lies undigested in the stomach it ferments jand gas forms. This gas distends the stomach, pres ses on the heart, and the sufferer has grave fears of heart trouble. The disorder -vis really indigestion, and is rCaused by the digestive or gans becoming too weak to do thfeir ordinary -work: It is a condition that calls for a to^ic. Dr. Williams' PSnk Pills, a tonic for the blood anvt nerves, has been used with great i success fci the treatment of this form of stomach troublc. Cold baths? In the morning followed: by j brisk J friction . ^th si, .rough towel.. j help, as they stimulate the (iircuia j tion, but a tonic treatment with I Dr. Williams Pink Pills fvjf building- j up thfe blood, restoring the ner fe ? 4or.ce andymaifing the stomach (able | to do its yfork. ^ives the mpst feist ing benefit. With their- 1 use thts appe- ? titer. increases, digestion becomes pormal and ? ^nproveriaent- in the gett feral health follows with certainty i You are tryi...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NORTH COAST NEWS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 2 April 1915

NORTH COAST NEWS Mr. A. Leggo is. the successful ten derer -for the erection of the new i'ifer Hotel, Coil's Harbor, the price being in the region of £5000. In the Belllngen Court, last week, M. O'Connor, for illegally impound ing three .head of cattle, the prop erty of H. W. Clerke, by seizing tnem on the road, was fined tl and | costs. For impounding cattle from I the land of- J. 'Reed, insufficiently fenced, O'Connor was ordered to *e fund £5 damages put on the cattfe. Mr. A. Moles, writing from BhH Hills, Queensland, after a visit to the South Coast, reerrets thr»t l-ust. ness engagements will prevent him , being present at Bangalow Sh'.iw this year. Mr. Moles w 11 be much missed.-— 'Bangalow Herald.' A clearing sale was held at Klho' t Bros.', farm, Alston vjlie,. last Week, and, on the whole, it was the most successful clearing out salp held in the. Alstonville district for ve«J*fl. The name of 'Rlliott Bms, Viein^- well known throughout the North Coast as breeders of hlffh -c...

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

^ Much Depends oil the r ' ' '' -':' ' ' 'C^^' *?? Careful ' Dispensing oT ? ? '?'' ym£&'' ' ''? v- ^???'?^?v^-f::^r-14r^. J*j\ your DoGtor^sPfescription A Slip— too much or too little of a certain drug may mean life or HHHV death. Expertskilful knowledge, careful aud accurate handling of . the drags are essential. You are - -assured of this skilful-, careful c^BgHHBf service with every prescription that is dispensed at? WISEMAN'S PHARMACY Having had years of experience, I am competent in everybranch of dispensing, so {hat all my drugs are the .genuine thing. Don't worry aboiit prices because my puces .aro used on absolute value for money. ??'?'*. ? -..*.' W.J. WISEMAN, M.P.s.i';,.., FAMILY AND DISPENSING CHEMIST, ? ??????' - ' Wo 1 1 on^o ng. ' PBEMIEB LIVERY STABLES, ~ Lower CBOWN STREET, WOLLONGONG, PHONE 20. -H ? t-'.,. PHONE. 20 D. J. M'GUIEK, Late Budgenand M'Guirk. Commercial Travellers driven to all parts of the district, Special vehicles by arrangement. Coaches meet...

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

HiiiMi: y%Mf:Sk .; ' jft ^Furniture Carefally. Removed* Sulkies ' Coaches for Hire, Picnic Parties driven to any part of the 4isfcrici-(atf rcasouftble, r^t©B '* -f '** ?* -£*£ ^ ioC ** p - i &TBM- ^ V -fgggg$

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

[?] Grey Hair No matter how many years your ''-V; hair haB been grey,, no - matter :.:i:-s^ what caused it, 'or even it your '' ? hair be quite white,. Surmanol, the ,.'?. wonderful new English remedy for r- '\-Q£S grey hair ._ willtoring every grey r '; thread right back to precisely the :-v-?-- colour it was before greyness ^ crept in. It will do this .in ?'?? .' ? r»Uv:i/32* the amazingly short time .of a few - weeks. You then leave off using ' it for ever, because so long as lite -? ^ ? lasts that greyness can never — ? ' . 'V - i-2 never return; Surmanol is hot a dye or stain, and does not stain ; ^:\viv2w the hair or scalp. It is a thousand 5;~ 'O a?® times better to use Surmanol, and -' *;'?? be done with your grey hair for ?? . all time , than to use hair dyes or stains, and always have the grey ness with you. Price, B/» (post- ?- . age. Id. extra) from The Edge- ' worth Laboratories,- Hoffnung's Chambers, 163 Pitt Street, Syd- ^ ney, N.S.W. When . writing de- ^ '.-J£*Sg scr...

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WOLLONGONG COURT TUESDAY. Drunkenness. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 2 April 1915

WOLLONGONG COURT TUKSDAY. : 1 Drunkenness. Hugh Spiers, drunkenness, w^s fin ' ed 5s; the S.M. asked if this woa the same against jwhomhe had issued a prohibition order in Scarborough. Robert Wilkinson, drunkenness, at Pt. Kembla, fined 2/6; indecent expos use, 5s. ? j Jean Gillespie,' a woman ' of mid ! die age, was ordered to be sent 'to the hospital for the insance. Hugh O'Neill drunkenness, was fin j ed 10s. j .Archie Donaldson pleaded guilty; to . a charge of riotous behavior our the main road at Clifton, and with using indecent language. Constable Ednie explained ' that Donaldson was fighting with another man; and when » fie separated them Donaldson' used the language. Fined 10s and £1. or four days and seven days, respective- ^ ty; two other similar charges were withdrawn. j 'Assault and Robbery. ' Ormond .Percy Hardie, 21, charged, with having in company with two others unknown, assaulted and roo jed John Donnelian. ? Sergt. INoble esked for a remand, , stating that, the vic...

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