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

Mr. Gr.H. Walker ; Denial Surgeon; J- OBOWN STEEBT, W01 IiONOONG : ' Telephone 88.

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

A POWERFUL and Comfortable Car for Hire. Tourists drivento all parts pf the Dutrict. Pic-nio Parties arranged. Ex perienced Ohaffeur. R. C. Barbee, phono 200, Wollongong AE. BALL, Woonona, Licensed Plumber . and Water Fitter, Estimates given. BANQUET'S, Birthday Parties, Dinners, Wedding Breakfasts, and all kinds of up-to-date catering done by Howarth's CLEANLINESS, Civility, Attention, and a first class three -course flinnPr at Howarth's for Is FOR Sale,^' Chalmers' Motor Car, 20-30 h.p., 4 cyl. ; guarauteed perfeot. Any triaL Driving taught if necessary. iDwver's Coach Factory FOR Sale, Trotting Pony, 'Tom Ugley' ? hands. Saddle and Harness triaL William Smith, Austinmer Jetty, Austinmer. FOR Sale, Young Jersey Bull between one and two years. Applv, Mrs Kellv. ^MainRoad, Corrimal. ' j FOR Sale, large quantity* of Packing Cases. Apply Allsep, Crown Street FOR Sale, a 5 -share Starr-Bowkett Society N«. 1 Book. Apply J. A. Ford, Secretary. FOR SALE by Tender, to be removed, one-roome...

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

Retun Ranks. TV/T^S FR48S K Family, desire to I»X return thai K thanks to all kind friends who persca Kisted ; also friends and relations wli B letters, telegrams, wreaths, and condu Krds, in their recent sad bereavement. B XX7E detire to B eincere Thanks to * * all kindftif B letters, telegramsj and other tokens (ij ^Kthy in their reoent sad bereavement, R and Mrs. John Bcattie, Junr. B[ in Me mij I Notices BROADHEAD-MBg memory of my dear huebasiil^Eer, William Broad - head, who ^Ky April 8th, 1914, Sadly missed! ^?oving wife, E. A. B roadhead and fai 'Peace,' B peace.' BROADHIUD.- Rg memory of our dear father a ^ndfataer, William Broadhead, H BBed away April 8, 1914; agedli H Fond thoughte the round our hearts, Our teers they oj ^nr, And to the jgrave Bu darling father's ( Our footsteps ofti B| Inserted by bis.3 ^wnghtor and son in-law , piss and 1 grandchildren — 1 Lily, Lizzie, Wiffi ^He, George, Edna and Jack Nichols, ' DUNCAN — In lin^Eenibr&nce of our 1 little darlfa|...

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

CURRENT JOTTINGS JSTever did, the drinking habit get such a showing up as it is geuiu^ in this time of national emerg« mj.. When ,nien needed to have the best use of themselves and so much that we hold dear depends on that use, the Drinking Habit proves tsolf to be such an alarming hindrance that rulers and leaders have ma4i p p . peals to the people to suspend it' I or have even taken that power to i B themselves. | I The Germans have the advantage , I of us in the matter in not beiutr I able to get the liquor, the grains ? and potatoes 'from which it is made ? in Germany being required for tood ? stuffs, and the stocks which they ? got their hands on in Belgium and I France now being very much reduc I ed. Our best hope is that of a pub B lie sentiment forming of temperance B as a patriotic virtue, and of the ut I most intolerance of intemperance. ? Also, I think, the patriotism of the B Trade might be appealed to to rdisc B prices, and so (foment ' a general B strike; I am prepare...

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

iir ; ' ,? FIRST GLASS FABM - AT DAPTO STATION. | * O'Donnell & Stumbles TT AVE received instructions from the - xl TraBteeB of the Estate of the late Mr John Bovard, to; Sell by auction on TO-MORROW (SATURDAY), At 3 p.m., |a ' at their 'WOLLONGONG BOOMS, to wind v up the Estate, ROSED ALE/' ? * Dapto, containing 270 Acres Bound, level si, .Dairying Land, well improved and watered 1 and embracing a large area of good creek flats, with frontage to the Main Avondale rA ' Creek. Practically the whole Farm, except vv necessary shelter, is [perfectly cleared, and all suitable for cultivation. Together with 'large Dwelling, and new Milking Bails, Barn, and Milk-room, and other Outbuildings The Trustees have definitely decided to jvi- wind up the Estate, and the lease having * it''' almost expired, they can give eariy possession The property is one of the most convenient and aasily worked in the district, and should command the attention of investors and , farmers. Cottage Property...

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

Have a Drink ? I ! Nothing better as a Thirst fi Quencher & Appetiser than I Ginger Beer I MADE FROM B 'GINJO ' POWDEES. I A Sixpehny Packet contains all B the ingredients necessary to make flf gallons of tasty, refreshing B| (ringer Beer. , fl| Get a Packet To-Day, and we'll return your money if you're ^B| not satisfied. IB 'The Store Where Quality Counts . B G. R. JAR MAN, I TeL 34. KE1RA-STREET I Buggy Harness I English Pattern, Solid B Nickel Silver Mounts ? £ 4 15s, £5 6s, 4517s 6d per set CHEAPER QUALITIES ' £& 3s, £3 I5s, £4- 4 s, ^£4 7s 6d B -Riding Saddles M £3 7b 6d, £& 10s, £3 m 6d. jB Bridles— 7/0, 8/6, 10/6 B Martingales B ,6/6, 7/6, 8/6, 10/6 B 3aaaie: Clbths 'B ? ,3/6 p : pf p ? hon invited. Terms arranged vK GEO. JOHNSON, B Saddler, ThirrouL. 48 years PRACTICAL Experience If yoli have anything to Sell B SfiE ME. ^Bf,- s; ^ pAjSUT AM, Auctioneer, y fj^B ' Uppee OboWi? Stbe^t, ypotwiraom * Auction Sales conducted to any part of 'JB '' : H' :: .....

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. First Sunday after Easter. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 9 April 1915

Church Services, j CHUECH OF' ENGLiAND. ^ j First Sunday after 33aster. I St. Michael's, Wollongong^, 8, H.C. Rev. C. A. Stubbih. 11, Morning Prayer, -Rev, C.'lAi. Stubbin. 2.30, Children's Service, Bev. C. IAJ. Stub bin. 7.15, Evening 'Player, Rev. J. Poole. Balgownie, 7.15, ii.C. iRfev. C. A. Stubbin. Fairy Meadow, 1~L, Rev. J. Poole: Port Kembla, 3, Rev. , J. Poole. KeiraviUe, 3, Mr. Li. . Parsons.. Mount Ivemb.a, 7.15, Mr. C. W. Prott Figtree, 7.15, Mr. W. L. Scott. METHODIST, CHURCH. Wollongong, 11, Rtev. F. W. Brown, 7115, Rev. J. Ef. Metcalfe, Dap to, 2.30, and Marshall Mount, ,11, Mr. J, Durrel. Mount Keira, 2.45, Mr. W. W. Smart; 7, Mr. T. Bissell. M;t. Kembla, 3 and 6.30, Mr. W. J5. iGard aer. Balgownie, 3, Rtev. F. W. Brown; 7, Mr. W. Hedley. BeUambi, 3, Mr. J . Corhiord, dorrimal, 11, Mr. W. ? W. Smart; 7, Rev. F. W. Brown, Pt. Kembla, 7, Mr. W. Hiayman. K.eira I ville, 11, Mr. W. Masco rd, 7, Mr. W. Preece. ''' Bulli Circjiit. , Bulli, 11, Student. , 7.15, Mr. 'S. Cox. ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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With the First New South Wales Reinforcements (Corp). Frank Preston.) [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 9 April 1915

With the First New South Wales Reinforcements (Corpl. Frank Preston.) It was raining steadily when we left curnp at Broadmeadows (Mel bourne), and inarched to the 'sta- tion, where we entrained for IMrt Melbourne. All along- the way we were receiving enthusiastic farew'ells We embarked on the s.s. Themistoiles (now officially known as troopship 32, twelve thousand tons. We left j the wharf at three i o'clock, and were fa? favored with a smooth sea, notwith i standing which a 'large number of our lads could be seen hanging over the side. Of course the chief item of St,* interest to us is the food and thei'e Is a vast difference beWMn Ifiat v served out to us in caml- and trai ^ which we get aboard, and it' is for the better. Speaking of tucker, »e minds me of an amusing 'iiiCjdtnc which hapipened quite recent'y. Oir section was served with some abeg- , I , ed stfew that had scarcely any meat ' In it. The orderly corporal's atten j tion was drawn to it, and he Call f ed on high heaven...

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

BULL! AUD W00N0NA ; 1 ? Bulli mine has nine days for the | pay, and has worked every day this week. ? In the Court an Thursday the cas es v^ere as follows: John Stone, for - drunkenness, fined , Is, 6s, costs or 24 hours. John Williams, riotous behav ior, 10s, 6b costs; Andrew Gar net e, - drunk and disorderly, 10s. Thomas Kelly Hooney, riotous behavior, 20s, 6s costsf ^ The Bulli police have done well as a recruiting agency. ' Recent vol unteers are: Joseph Salisbury, Jftobt. Jackson, Isaac Thompson, Arthur Davis., Eidward Tregonning, Walter Welsh, Herbert C. Thompson, Herbert. S. Catcher, Jos. Sidney Marsh) Mor ris Boland, Doiiald Fletcher, Pobert Haynes Marshall, Frederick B. Bro die, Herbert T. Clarke, Arthur Vei gel, Robert Hagon. The Debating Society's meeting cn Monday lapsed for svvant of a quorum . , Rifle Club's shooting for last quar ter's prizes resulted as follows : J. Humphreys, 48, 49—97; W A'. Lewis, 48, 40—92; J. Fleming, 48, 46—94; J. Southall, 43, 47-90- a Clarke,...

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

People with Thin Blood Some people nave a tendency to become thin blooded, just as others have an inherited tendency to rheu matism, or to'' nervous . disorder*;. The condition in . which the blood oe comes so thm that the whole body Buffers, comes .on so gradually «ii«l stealthily that- anyone witV q, na tural disposition in that * direction should watch' the symptoms oa/efui ly. Bloodlessness, or anaemia, as the* medical term is, can be Corrected much more easily in tho e«.Hier stages than later. It begins with a tired feeling that rest does not o^er ? come, the complexion becomes r-a*c, and breathlessness on slight exertion —such as going upstairs, is noticed. Dr. Williams' Pink' Pills are a home Remedy that h.as been most success ful in the treatment of diseases, caused by ,thin blood. With pure air and wholesome food these blood making; pills afford the corr treat ment when the symptoms described are noticed. A1, former sufferer from. ; anaemia says, 'I was emaciated and did no...

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

DANCING Mr. and Mrs- ^ NICKEL, Junr., Professional Dancing Teachers, Will opea their Dancing Seseon ia the Wollongong Town Hall, on April 8th, with' a Late Night Social, the prices for which 'will 'be — Gents 2s, LadieB Is 6d. Light re freshments and good music, tivery Thursday Night afterwards a CLASS will be held for beginners and advanced pupils, when all the latest dances will be taught. Everything select and above board. Popular Prices ; . 1 Gents Is 6d* Ladies Is. PREMIER LIVERY STABLES, Lower CBOWN STREET, WOLLONGONG. PHONE SO. W— — — PHONE 2# D. J. BTGHJIRK, Late Budg(en and M'Guirkv .. / Commercial Travellers driven to all parts of the district. Specialvehioles by arrangement. Coachcs meet all Trains. Tourists [and Private Parties specially catered 'for. - All classed of Carting done. Furniture Rfmovfed and Stored by Exper Packers. Letters and Telegrams punctually attended to Forwarding Agents. ^ Note Phone Number, : ) . . * . ^ - Paling's Pianos, ? Easy Tennis ? / ? I SUMP...

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

WOLtONGONG COURT On Tuesday William 'Alkins, for ? drunkenness at (Port Kembla, was fin ed 5a or forty-eight hours; for inde cent language. 40s or 14 days. Assault and Robbery Cdiarge. Vermond Percy iiai'die, 21, on i'e inand, 'was charged with having, on Friday night, March 20th, in com pany with another, unknown, assaul ted John Domiellun .and robbed nun of a sovereign, half-sovereign, some eilver, watch and chain (metal), and a pocket knife. Constable McGirr deposed that on Saturday morning, 27th; March, he received a complaint from Jno. B^n nellan; made inquiries; saw: the ac cused first on that night, said to liim want you to come to the hospital, a nian has been assaulted and robbed, .and I hear you were in bis company last night.' Accused re plied 'All right/' Took accused to jsee Donnellan at the hospital on Sunday. Donnellan said, looking at accused, ' 'You are the mail, yeu caught me by the hands, and .with « the others beat me and robbed me-' ; Witness said to Donnellan. ...

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

py HUB flEISHBaJIBSi 1 - (From our Exchang**.)' i|~ ' ' ' . MILTON. ' ^ * Mr. Bissett reports the sale of A, -?? i^.. Pickering's farm at Toiuneil to v. Mr. Ted :Ingold. A ladies Vifle, match was shot last % Aveck, the ladies nominating 'their ?shooters. Mrs. I,. Miller (R. -T. Mill er), and Miss M. Hart -J. Ilamon), M-aro n.iial in Ihfi first claes. In the ± second class, Mrs' Kiley (A. iPetty), ? '' fir^t,. Miss A., Bishop (Sergt.-MPjor Murra.y), second. i. 'g The A. H. Association nas called fe, 'upon Joseph' Turner, an exhibitor. at the. show, to apologise for his, con p -iuct in heating ,a horse. B: ? ''T'

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

teceries Groceries are &- necessity, therefore QUALITY GOODS and BEDROCK PRICES should be jour aim when purchasing. JOE WAH SOW - and CO. ' with tbier carefully selected stoekof all the Leading Brands gives you Quality .Goods at Bedrock Prices. [;?. Give them a trial next order. Once a customer always: a customer. Drapery BEoT HOUSE FOR SILKS .. Bargain Price is our Usual Price. Call or ring up ' ' ^ ;; JOE WAH GOW, and €0, UPPER^CRdW#%i Phone 156 WOLLONGONG R. H. HOWES, Tobacconist, \ Hairdresser, . Stationer, etc. Th$ beet Brands of Tobaccos, Cigars, and : Oigarefctesalways in stock . A splendid assortment of Pipe*, Cigar aiy ^ i- Oi^rette^^ Perfumes, etc. ' I * have a .-large afisorhnent of Toys^FoBt ^equMt^^oVela, etc. . - . . Don't Forget Our Saloon ' , A SPECIAL INVITATION J 1 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. Sout...

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

I j P ALINES TERMS P*- ???? If you cannot afford to 9 pay cash, for your new ? piano, we can arrange B very easy time payments 8 to suit your income. H We accept a small de- 9 posit on our pianos, the fl balance being payablfe 9 iri. mqnthly instalments, Sj spread over one, two or g three years. * 9 OUR EASY TERMS 1 have proved a . great success and thou sands of people have taken ? ~ ^dvantageofthem. PWhy. don't YOU ' * - dff the safiie? CATALOGUES : Sr PRICE LISTS ARE FREE. .1 f : ? ? - * -? » We are Sole Agents for the world-renowned BECHSTEIN, RONISGH, LIPP , and S AME8 PIANOS also the favourite Victor and belling pianos., V . . ? : * : SYDNEYi I fen;d. at Newcastle, Lismore, etc. 5 1 ' Alfred iM, 1 GjiiiY,| PRODUCE MEBOHAKT JUWD , . - - - ? .? Commission Agent 1 SuooeMprfcc The Farmers' and Settlers Co-op Society, Ltd./: Wollongong, Di^cfc ^ent ^ ' . i ? ' i MoLean's MilS Cured Baoon jBaraee* Mild , Oared Baoon : Crago's Diamond Flour '}- Baltic Separator ij OampioriVOarbolic |...

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

The Cost of Neglect. Think «f the' cost of neglecting your kidneys — it means that you are allowing- kidney poisons to accumu late in the system, and these pois ons cause violent pains in the -back, dropsical swellings, 'urinary yiisord ers, gravel, stone, rheumatism, gout, lassitude, -. sleeplessness , - inclination to worry, excessive thirst, irregular heart action, neuralg-ia. The genuine loan's Backache K,idney Pilfe re store to strained, overworked kid neys their full power of filtering the dangerous kidney poisons from the blood, and discharging thean from the system. Read, this case: — , . - Mrs.' J. J. Candy, late of Barrel la Street, Wollongong, «md now liv ing at Unanderra, says ; 'For many years my husband suffered agony from lumbago. His back was very weak' and always aching, the pain being particularly severe in the win ter, and now' and then be was so ill he had to stay in bed for a week or so at a( time. He was unable to move , without sufferihg agony, and was badly i...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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RURAL TOPICS ARTICHOKES FOR COWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 9 April 1915

RURAL TOPICS -ARTICHOKES -FOB COWS. : -Vt At this time ,when everyone is ftv '' 'trying to think of lfood materials for their, stock,. I a-ni reminded,'- a PJ';.:' . correspondent writes, 'that , some time ago I had a big crop of white 7 tuberous artichokes, and determined . to test their value as food for our milking cows. -A Cow in poor condi ; : tion.: newly calved, Was taken in y?' - haiid- A bucketful of artichokes was V' - boiled twice a day, and given to Ifpsv '' the cow with whatever water was left alter the boiling. The cow ate B-ie-2-i'' ^he artichokes ravenously, and also pg.C'- t drank- up the water. A week after calving I put . ^ deserted calf . on Id her lb tod, notwithstand-/. ' ing she had two calves to suckle, ? she gave plenty of milk, and got in ' -to good condition/ -3rass at that - 'time- was scarce. ? ' - ? ; During last winter - 1 fed two heif ?' ' ers on raw. artichokes and fojind I V, tiiat more milk and cream Was the : V result. White tuberous artichokes ar...

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

JiZPJijN. ^ - Mr ?! . Smith,, and Miss C. Smith, \ of Ijureka, and Mr. J. W. Smith 2^' have left lor Queensland, fej, Mr. H. Richards, of Towamba, has f ? 'been an inmate -of the pambula Hps fjxtal suffering from an eye injury.

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

PICTOK. The Municipal Council are having plans prepared for a Town Hall

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

; NORTH COAST NEWS p ' Mr. and airs.' Fred. WaJsh were tendered a farewell by the residents '.7 in the Upper Orara Hall on the xoth ft i inst. There was a large attendance. ^ About nine hundred axsres of land axe to be made available at Coram* - ba as homestead farms. The old Wy-'7 timber reserve is included. |S /N fire broke out at midnight ton H. iS'iday night last, iii Mr/ Ned Ben I; eon's dwelling, Urunga, the house ft and furniture being burnt right out. | 4 : tt appears Mr. Benson was woke up I; by the sinoke, and he barely had :C time to get the other occupants' out g of . the burning building. The house fi was' .insured for -£150. Mr. C. J. ^Rogers, of Yarrahappin^ r;', ni (Macleay), still continues adding ' to his Guernsey herd, for last trip sf ' 1 of the Tarn ban brought him the two ?year-old 'Guernsey bull, Othello, ' he purchased drom the; Government Btud farm at Berry. 'A, Fiji banana planter is at present ' on the Tweed wjth an e.ye on the !,-? ' purchase of a. suitab...

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