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

SCflRBOHOUBH At South Clifton mine the em ployees got in five days last weak, and as they will have four days up till Thursday of this -week, a nine days' pay will result. The Same ap plies to the Tunnel mine at Scar borough. _ On Friday evening last, in 'Palace ? f ilali; t&ere was a very benefit social in aid of Mr. Charles Hunter, a recent arrival Aero *rom Scotland, who, through an accident, has been incapacitated from work. It was stated in last issue that Hunter was injured while working in Mort s Dpck. This is not quite correct, as he was injured by an explosion while experimenting with electric ty at his lodgings in Sydney. Afoopt 30 couples . put in an appearance at the social and the music, which was supplied by Messrs. J: Kolilnsbn (p ano) and Hewitt and Feanberton (violins), was generally voted to be the best yet heard in the hall- & feature of the fixture, was the supper, which was under the direction of a committee with Mrs. Robertson at the helm. The e...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The People's Savings SOME INTERESTING FACTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 2 April 1915

The People's Savings V ' SQMB INTEIB^SSTING FA'CTS. \ I ? The half-yearly report of the Gpv | eminent Savings Bank of ^T.S.W., as fe recently presented to P&rliam'jnt, is «; now available for circulation, and | contains a whole fund of interest | ng information concerning tlie thrift |° ^ * of our people, and 'into what 'chan ?- nels it is being diverted to assist %' the wider progress of the nation. *n ?' ' rteed, the report is unique in that it : , deals . concisely with every phase' ol ! thtw great financial institution - now the second largest savings bank in ** the British Empire— facta v?hich in ^ other banks are guarded as the in ner secrets of the institution, and'1 only known to the directors thcm selves. For instance : The bank had on tlie -?Oth June last only a point less -:s than 32 millions in 'its keeping. This sum includes a point over 8J milli '? ' , ons ta^en over from the Savings ?0^. * Bank of N.S.W. (better knowri as ;; ♦ the Barrack-street Savings Ba nk)...

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

GOOD COUGH MIXTURE. Famotui Recipe Uied in. Thousands of Homes. ' Myself and family use Hean's Essence for making cough mixture. We find it splendid and cheap.' — A. J. Frazer, Tonequinae, N.S.W. -' Have used several bottles Hean's Essence, and find it best cough and cold remedy I have ever tried, as .well as a money-saver.' — Fredfc. Hay man, Clarendon, N.S.W. Ilean's Essence — for preparing good home made cough mixture — is used in thousands of Australian homes. It is such a splendid remedy for all family coughs and colds and saves so much money — 10/- on every bottle used — that wherever it is tried folks are delighted With it Get a bottle from your chemist or store to day, and add sweetening and water as directed. If it does not prove the finest cough remedy for general family purposes you have ever used, send me the empty bottle and packet, and I will promptly return '-your money in full. The saving is yours — the risk is mine. , Hean's Essence at most chemists and stores, or p...

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

ALBION PARK * Joseph McCloy, who has been in the employ of Messrs. Allan Bros., storekeepers, of S hellhar bor, for the past thirty years- died on Sunday night last irom the eflectB of poison self-administered. Nicholas Ball, farmer, of Albion Park, has been granted a' divorce t - from his wife, Amy Ball, on grounds of desertion: Messrs.' James Bros, and St-jwmfc at present have a big contract for ' the supply of props or the Mount Kernbla Colliery. The timber is be ing obtained round (Marshall Mount, end it is understood that the. con tractors are about to erect mactlin wry for cutting purposes. Inspector Makin, of the Agricultu ral Deparement, delivered an interes ting address on 'Fodder Crops '' in the' Agricultural Hall on Friday ®v- * ' en ing last, under the ( auspices of the local Al and H- Society. The atten dance was only moderate. Mr. John Burns conducted a sale of donated produce, etc., on Satur day last, in aid of the Belgian fund upwards of £20 was realised. On Monday e...

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

(Imperial Hotel CLIFTON, ? VISITORS to Clifton will find this New and Up-to-date Hotel replete with every modern comfort and convenience. Good Attendance, Good Table, Homely and Comfortable. Elevated, salubrious position, overlooking the ocean. Fall Board, or separate tariff. Terms Moderate. Be?t Brands of Wine6, Beers and Spirits always stocked. George Williams Proprietor. Central Hotel, i DAPTO | A. L. CHRISTIAN (Late of Tattersall's Hotel, Tamworth) WISHES to- notify the residents of the district, and others, that he has taken over the business of the Central Hotel from F. G. Makin, and trusts by civility and at tention to business to merit their patronage. The accommodation will be nnder tl^e -firect supervision of Mrs. Christian, and no effort will he spared to engine the comfort of tourists and others. ' Only the Best Brands of Wines and Spirits stocked. \ MB. R. A. BEEBY (of Beaby & 06. 204 Pitt Street, Sydney, Solicitors) tmiil farther notice will attend at Wollongon...

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 SPECIAL INVITATION TO HOUSEWIVES. - ? ? Before going elsewhere to buy, we extend to you a cordial invita tion to come and inspect our great Window Display of CROCKERY, GLASS WARE, and ENAMEL WARE, the , finest on the South Coast. Everything shown is of the latest and most useful design, the quality is of the best, aid as you will see, the prices are moderate to an unsurpassable degree. Crockery High-grade in de signs and shapes, which range from the extremely use ful to the dainty and artistic from the most famous British^ Potteries. Our delicately - shaded Tea Ser vices are perfect dreams. Just what yon want, for your handsome little tea table. Splendid Stocks for replacing. Glass Ware The finest ever imported. A splendid selection — Jam' Jars, Tumblers, B utter Dishes, Vases, all of the ' most modern make and design. \ Enamel Ware Really the latest and finest in kit chen economy. A fully furnished kitchen makes cooking a plea sure, and helps in many ways to pre serve the bright ...

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

PATRIOTIC I BEMlAUBI. On Monday evening the people o* Bellambi put forth an v effort in k ai«* of the Belgian Fund in the form of a concert, which resulted in a grati fying success. There was -a g^ood at* tendance and a fair amount was got by sales of goods and /refreshments. iThe committee had obtained the ser 'vices of Sydney entertainers,' who provided an entertainment which th# audience manifested great ^pprecio. tion of. Miss Dorothy Helmrich and Mrs. Williams, and Mr. Ernest Arcb er sustained the vocal Part. The en» mic element was £iven a large place, Mr. Maxwell tiordoh sang, Mr. 35. Goodwin, who has a very adaptable voice, gave character sketches, Mr Monty Williamson sang comics iiv ragtime. Ot all these the audience wanted more. Miss Helmrich was re» called for her first i tefm., 'Happ^ Song.' Mrs. Williams also earned a similar compliment. Messrs. Dawe* and Nor they piayed very pleasantly livv'y \iolin duet, other inptrument. i alists were MisB M. Campbell, Ij.Tj. O.M.. a...

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

CO LE DALE On Sunday, last the newly-formed Coledale Brass J3,and rendered a cap ital little programme ot music ou the green near the beach. 'A good crowd turned out to hear the mu sic, the latter being greatly appreci ated. To properly equip the band a sum of about forty, pounds is ne cessary, and the 1-rogresB Associa tion, at whose instance the nana was formed, has decided to run a se ries of euchre parties and socials with a view to raising the necess ary amount. There will also be a concert , in about six weeks' time to be followed some weeks later by a bazaar, Should the mine continue to work constantly ther.e will be no dif , ficulty in getting the required sum. Tho Bulli Shire Council has, at last, provided the local surf bathers with a line and reel, for which the residents are duly thankful. The local Pigeon Homing Club held a most enjoyable social on Friday evening last. There Wjas a good at tendance. A member of the Coledale Progress Association has given notice of mo ti...

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 ^avoided. *\ VJ Constipation brings many ailments « in its train, and 4s 'the primary j j cause of much sickness/' ^Keep your * 'bowels regular by taking tShamber- v laih's Tablets, and you 'wittj^escape ' j many ailments which'1 make file, j miserj'. jOonstl^atiOn is & simple- * thing, 'like ^ ifcany ^&&le thingk Ll it tmay leaft 'to^sta^oug consequences, | | Nature often needs a little assist- /. a^cet and when Chamberlain's * Tab- * Jiets are taken at the iQrst symptoh* ( of any irregularity Jtnuch suffering £ *' and distress may be avoided. Sold * everywhere # „ ? , ?¥ ^ rfSX' ASS?® * 1 l ^

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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THE STORYTELLER A Queen of Hearts CHAPTER XXII. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 2 April 1915

THE STOH Y f ELL£ff A Queen oi Hearts BY EVELYN EVERETT GRBEIN, CHAiITUR XXII. ''Hold hard, governor, t warn't . none of us, not that shooting busi- - ness. He's cut and run, thvt llo^e. He's had a, good scare, .and by — , I wish we had done the same. This ainttio job for the likes of us.' 'I quite agree with you, friends. I I told you that Mr. ^Lethbridge, was not the kind of man to play prac tical jokes upon. I aim, glad you re cognise that for yourselves.' 'Twasn t none of our making, nei ther, spoke the first of the trio,' *« p was put on to it. Toff said we'd be well paid, and that it w.juid b.1 as easy as lying— -them was his» o«fl words— s'elp me they was ? ''Ah, I think that is the gentle- ' man from Scotland Yard speaking ! May I ask are you in charge of tlie matter ?j\ ''What if 1 be, governor? 1 ain't done no harm.' . ' j 'None in the world, you and I may chance to have some rather pro ' ' fitabie conversation together. Loo& j here, my men, all three of you. ' You...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 9 April 1915

,rTh ^ y : : '^:/ — * BREAD .;???-. \&-}?: J-;^ :J - Bees* Bread. EIB8T' -PRIZE -AGAIN «.t W&liongon^ Show, It'is O-g»dftod Wbolatoma Children like it* : : .. fq&vy-to Jfofi «*»? ' Old people appreciate its fine knowing'# ia- ba$f4 -*vifcb - d^e regard' to refcaihin^ the Jioh wuttjmept of tfoe wheat. * ^ j|||

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 9 April 1915

tt. COTi J3 EELL ? Auctioneer & Valuator m Central M i r pIS#ldt Auctioneer fl A tommissioner for Affidavits 9 and Sworn Valuator under '? Real Property Act ^ fl ?. „S^''.4a^--w»r-: ,... I Ooxton Estate, Comma! f IH Eo&ery Estate, Corrimal 8 Farrell s Subdivision, Balgowxrie :B Euseell Vale Subdivision, Bellambi ff Artis' Subdivision, Bulli ,9 McGauleyPark Estate, Thirroui |H Coledale Subdivision, Coledale 'm| . LitbcB and all Particular Post Fbhh S§ HI Ey. WOODS & Co., f .; Market Street ? (Near Church of England)'. ' ~fl| @gKE3RAL (5A3aBj]gn6iS, ? F orwardin^ Agents to any par :fl§ of the States. . jHff All classes of Vehicles for Hire.' Speois X| Turnout for Commercial Travellers. Furni- H§ tore Eemoved, Paoked and Stored by Experts SI Coaches meet all Trains. JH Letters and Telegrams receive . S Prompt Attention, ' mt — £x^#t/na — i ; CURES ECZEMA | '?./;- Ami - all IriitatioiS^ 1 ; '-From the v.et'jf f irst .application the skin bebomes^iiealthy and clea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 9 April 1915

[?] * iimmi^mtm ;:J|j Save the loss and prevent tho annoyance- -v. -Tl^pj caused by R u sty Talus by; installing in* * -^*»n tie Laundry a set of * ^vt51||jj RUST PROOF WASHING TUBS.. -; £|§| which are practically unbreakable. , We also stock an assortment of Elec- , _ y£|8 trical Goods,, including all necessaries Bells, Presses, Wet and Dry Batteries,. ';l^vS6i Wire, and Medical Batteries. * * Inquire from us for anything you require^ ' ^-vMi J H. Williams & Son, Atcheson Street, Woll on goner -- Phone 42. 1 IgflN 1915, ;^|j A Future Unprovided for is a* ? ' Future Feared. An A.MP, POLICY wilt l| Provide, V||/ J. L. PHOBYN, J§ OAMPBELL STREET, 1 r-.' WOLLONGONG, F. JOPJfiS, /-'fl Chemist, Thirroui, BEOS to' state that he has REMOVED- =*? -5- to Larger and more Up-to-date' v. Premises NEXT TO Mr KOBlNSON'd ESTATE. ' J * AGENCY. v Particular care has been devoted to the- V'!- 'H Dispensing Department, , which hasbeen - fitted tip with every Teqaifiite. His reputa- j . -* tion...

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DAPTO [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 9 April 1915

DAPTO ] The butter trade at the Dapto fap tory, is showing a vast improvement —it being ^said .that the present out put is in the vicinity, of eighty-five tons per week. There were many visitors to Mullet Creek during the holidays, ? and, de spite the bad weather, some ;very finq hauls were made. Dairy farmers^ here express ths opU nion that the present price of milk is far from ' being satisfactory, r In connection with the Dapto Club's shooting competition, for th-» Fairley trophy, W. Massey is leading. !A). Stephens and S. Massey having to shoot off for second position. ? The employees ot the Ctntral Illa warra Council have jbeen doing a great amount., of improvement to th'a roads. Bong Bong-street is now Ili better order than has been the case for some months past. It is said that there) is more con servation 'of fodder this season than ha6 been the case for many years.

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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From Australian Soldiers [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 9 April 1915

From Australian Soldiers I ,r Letter from Private: F. Muir'— . ^ Writing to liis iamily, Unanderra; frbrn Cairo, on February 28, he says: f We ^ having a fairly easy1 time - at present, as our training is prac 1-, ticnlly finished. We dq about an hour's drill in the morning and then have a rest till six o'clock, when we go out for a anarch till nine or. ten * o'tlock. This is just as well as the cummer is creeping on. and the wea tlier is very hot in the middle of the day. » The Dean of Sydney sent for me i the other day and gave me a box of chocolates 'which you had given his wife to bring over. We had an issue the following day oi some oi the clothing sent by the Red Cross Society. There were all kinds of things^ shirts, socks, comforters, Dal aclava caps, handkerchiefs, and so on.. Many of- them had notes in the popkets from the ones who hadirhade them, The socks were the articles most sought for, as we are begins ing to get short of these articles. I had a look into one of the C...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 9 April 1915

? V - ' ' BOWLS, Wollongong , Club had a Singleton visit on GoOd Friday^ and won. Ota Saturday a Wollongong team played , .'Victoria Park, and were beaten. On Monday a team imade the trip to Goulbura, and, in addition to winn ing the game, had a -very good time. The Citizens Association numbers 97 mejnbers. t The rainfall recorded at Wollong ong during the week totalled 481 points. — O — Stuart Park has received £10, .Go vernment grant, for the care and ' maintenance of the park for twelve months. -o— The concert arranged by Miss. Kath leen Morven on St. Patrick's Night, realised a total of ;£33 18s 6d. ffihe expenses ran to £12 9s, leaving a credit balance of £21 9s 6d net. / — o — A pruning demonstration, under thq auspices of the- Wollongong Agricul tural Association, will be Carried out by the Assistant Fruit Expert, Mr. J;. G. R.. Bryant, at Mr. John Port er's orchard at 2 p.m. on 5th May. I _j Q / H. 'fc3dwards's bay Pony and H '£ Castles's Fair Beau ran a match for, five poun...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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NEWCASTLE NOTES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 9 April 1915

NEWCASTLE NOTES Alderman H. 3* Dennett and Mrs Dennett, -who are leaving for iith gow, were entertained on Tuesday evening by the members of the Walls end Baptist Church, and presented with tokens of appreciation. The Bambton Schnapper Fishing Club had a trip to Seal Bocks, fier the s.s. Garnet. Fine weather pre vailed, and an enjoyable run was , made.1 The catch numbered over 600, i ?including .300 schnapper, 160 iing fish, and 150 mixed fish. A' very successful fishing party, or ganised by Mr.' E. Beckenberg, senr., comprising Messrs. J. Andrews, B. Russell, Joseph Garratt, A. 'And rews, W. Sampie, and ?! im Garratt. owner of the motor car, left Aber main at 12 p.m. on Saturday, and motored through Raymond Terrace, thence to Sawyer's Point. On arriv al a motor boat, owned bj' Mr. Mo rant, was in waiting, fully equipped with bait, and all necessary require1 ments. Tlie party left at daybreak for the Rock, a noted fishing place, which Is about an hour's run from Sawyer's Point. They...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 9 April 1915

The steamer l^omura has been tak ing at 'the new jetty, port Kembla, during the week, a cargo of 3,4.00 tons. This is the first practical lOad ittS at ihis je^ty, ' - **

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 9 April 1915

Suffered Intense Fain. BACKACHE, JSiSul&ALjGTA AND GRAVEJL.' i Dr. Sheldon's Gin Pills Soon Effect A. Cure. ' 'For many months I have suffer ed with my back. I could not 1 stoop without the most intense pain, and I suffered torments from j Neuralgia in- the head, also I- had gravel,' writes Mrs. Catherine Len uon, 6 Garden Avenue, Glebe, N, S. W. 'I tried all 'sorts of pills tfor my back and head, but could . not get any relief. * In the condition I was in it was a torture to do my household duties, and got no better until a lady recommended tne to try Dr. Sheldon's Gin Pills. . These Pills gave me relief at once, and I had not been taking them long be fore my back was much better and no\v I am entirely free of pain ' in both my back and head, and I teel so much better generally that my;' household duties have become quite a pleasure to me.'; For Backache and all ' kidney troubles, use Dr. Sheldon's Gin j Pills. One of these pills contain in a. concentrated form all the cura...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 9 April 1915

Ladies! If you are suffering from Indiges tion, Rheumatism, Piles, Headaches, Backache, Constipation, Nervous Breakdown, or any, of thpse weary ing, dragging pains which Undermine tlie .whole system, do jnot hesitate about seeking bur aLctviCe. We make no charge for consultation, and you will incur no obligation by calling. If unable to call for ^personal ^in terview; send for bur special consul tation form, which will be posted to anyone who -writes for it to DePtS 70, Ladies* Collie of Health,: 54 Oxford-street, Sydney. ** '. .. ' ?/ i j ? ~~A — ?? .i Contented; BBM ,ir -a.; thingWYine. mO knowthat ;your Frai&es are^of 'the1 4|L latest asid weU made is the imam rpad to contentment. This road undoubtedly leads to the Establishment of WAmteb CoDErow, ^ Just arrived. Another lot- .of '-Travellers'' Samples of dU sortaof 1 f ? Electroplate d Fancy Goods Suitable for ' ' - „ BIRTHDAY & WEDDING PRESENTS. As my.Pjioes are euitabje to al^Jthe satis faction of my CuBtomeM, ...

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