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

'rJ -? ' bega: ^ ' Mr, tAlfex Sweeney is taking, pver jthe wo»kWg of Mir/ ?A»iL.,Ma^wJ^f-'r: tX-, \ Jersey £ie*d at Waj-ragaburr^i, wrhife|i ^'baS ' ?day evening Mr^ J oSaph-lfe^ittMcHrv j | ikier, son 'of '-'Mr. William'i^®^®r» ^ol | Dawson's Flat, Bega, was . married to Miss Florence Clynch, daughter .jjf Mrs. John Clynch! . - :'' In the District Court last week/ the executors of the late IJ. Alexan der s' ed J ohn O'Brien' farmer, of Mogilla, for amounts of rents due, of £12 13s 9d and ^50 15s. Verdict . ?in each case for the amount due Mr. M. ,J. Ryan, West Etid, sec ured by ballot a fine block of land of 149 acres at .Wolunula, near Mr. Modrehead's property.

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CAMDEN. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 9 April 1915

CAMDKN. Stock sales last wee's'— r I'igs.— Only a snuall supply 'for ward, prjces. remain at late sale as then given. ... Cattle, . Bruehhause?*, Kl-ders-lie,ifat bfr. £8 j Is, blue heifer £&. Is, two small hfrs each £2 19S, t\v0 ditto larger £3 2S, five heifers quality £6 4s, bull, red, £10 heiier £4,- two heifers, year lings £.2 Is, . . ' ISggleton, Ctown, steer £5 9st- 1 do. £4 2s, three cows, fat £5 17s, two ditto. £5 5s, two heifers £4 4a. bullock ' £8 12s, two do.' £9 2s ? i J. Baxter, three fat cows £7/8.. rour' ditto £7 5s, four do. £6 ; Wo £f-8s, five; do. £6 lis' three hfrs. £ . £-5 19s, four steers £4' 9s, bull £6 J 'S, Cow -£'6 14s. \V. Boardman, Picton, cow fat £10 9s- one ditto ^8 18s, two hfrs-., fat, £7, two do. £.6 14s,, four coWs £6 ; iavo ao. a_o,. nun slo ias. . ? ? Mcintosh Bros?, Benbigh, cow, £-- 16s, one do. Ill; one do £10.2s6d,/ one do. £8 Is. „ J. l^oomes, The* Oakes, two cows £7 19s, four i&t heifers £6 9s, bull £7 2s 6-T. J . McMinn, y Co...

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

BALG0WNIE Mt. Pleasant mine has worked nine days for the pay. v This week a half day was lost owing to rain. Mr. A. Rae is rehearsing the play 'Lancashire Lass,' -which will be performed in the School of Arts on April 23, in aid of Mr. Carkeek. Mrs. I. Hall has been taken to the Hospital rather seriously ill. It is the intention of the Mount Pleasant Colliery employees to pay a fortnightly levy , -towards the Belgian Fund and the other Patriotic Funds as long as. the war . lasts. Many have signified their willingness , to give. The following officers were elected in the Mt. Pleasant Miners' Lodge for the .' ensuing .» quarter : President, Mr. -K. Morgan; vice-president, Mr. B. Buncombe' secretary, Mr. E. Moorehouse; treasurer, Mr. H. Ingli3.

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

fttLtffSgUiitifi The ne\y award just issued dealing with tlie mechanics and surface baims at 'the diiierent mines on the Coast, has got yet been considered by the local lodge. It is reported, however, that to one class of labor, at least, at the lockl colliery, the result - is. most disappointing. A general meet ing will be held on Friday, .when the terms of the #.ward wiM. be explained. 'The continued rain has greatly in terfered with the progress of work'of the railwiay. deviation. Broken ground in No. 3 tuimel has also delayed the brickwork there. It .will be some time yet before the section is completed { for traffic. The cantata 'Esther, the Beautiful, Queen,' was rendered by a choir of fifty voices in the Centennial Hall on Tuesday. The weather was again bad and prevented a large number from attending.- jMr. T. .Munrowas conduc tor. , The postpones sports, in aid of, the Belgian Fund will be held at the/Pa ragon Ground on Saturday.

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

ILUtWARRA MINERS fl The Surface Handis* Award was duly gazetted on Wednesday, Rates 'ffSI for others than mechanics are:' Banksmen, x9s 9d per shift. Bankhead-men, 9s 6d Per shift., r s Bankers-off. 8s 7d per shift Screen hands, - 8s 6d ^er shift ^ Lampmen, 9s 4d per s^jift, Lamp men's assistants, 8s .7d Small Coal Trimmers, 8s 6d. Mm Shunters, 8s 8d per shift. * . *S lYardmen, 8s 6d per shift. Laborers (not otherwise specified), ) jHj 8s 6dT Per shift. Boys and Youths. -rjfl Persons under 21 yeafs -A eui' ployed in the classes set out, above . . **|H shall be paid not less than the 'iol- Hj lowing rates '* . -.-iM From 14 to 15 years, 3s 3d shiftr, ? '? from 15 to 16 years, 4/3; (from 16 -B to 17 years, 5s; from 17 to 18.^5/9 . n'B per shift; (irom 18 to 19, 6/6; from .ifl 19 to 20, 7/3 ; from 20 to 2\., \3g Principal rates for mechanics are : Bricklayers, 1/7J per hour. jg Carpenters, 1/ 6 per hour. *S.W The rates for % the rougher work lower to 1/4 J and 1/2^ respectively. Engine...

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

Wollongong Rod Cross Society | At tlie monthly meeting oh .Tues day it was reported that- during the month many, garinents /were Made for the French- Australian League, which supplied the necessary material. The proceeds of the District School con cert .were handed over, and the funds were increased, by £52 12s 8d. It (Was decided to forward t« Svdnev ail money : in hand excepting five pounds,; which is to be retained to carry on the work.* it iw^., unanimously *ag-. reed to keep on-fworkjng as lohg is tie ,war lasts, and a comjmittee was ?appointed to arrange, for a juvenile, dance to take place in the QRown Hall in May next. The totial receipts for the School Cionfeert asnou^te^^tb: £58 y13s 6d, and the expenditure' to ' £6 Os lOd. . :0.'. , 1 '? BELGIAN FtUiND. TSte treasurer of the Belgian Fund i acknowledges the receipt of follow-, ing amounts: 'WHite, Mrs. ©. ,T. ^3 6s Id. Mesdames Edwards and Cook, £5 2s. ^lesdamee Brotm1 and Clein-» ents £2 10s fid. iMjiss Wilson, and j !Mrs...

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

PRINCESS THEATiRik. A For tliis and Saturday ev emngs , thie , Princess Theatre, .Woonona, has ;;. J|| special programjhes, which include - the songs of Marshall Crosby, ?jiSj Friday the star- picture is; 'Red Bird „ aj Wiins/' and for Saturday evening , .'?The Port of MJssing fclen,'' which ^ pictures are btit units in substftJitial program|me«3 The next drill of the National Re- v ' serves jwill be' heli in the Wollongong r ^ Town Hall on Monday night, at 8. ' ' Messrs., G'Donneli and Stumbles % conducted: a -'suctessful sale at Be^.ch- ? v grove yesterday, when they disposed '* of-the whole ofMr; J . A.Brown's -1 y J M herd of pedigree stock and grade' Jer-. sey cattle, pAso .horses) and : plant ^ t -J The principal buyers, of the pedigree ' -| stock were' Miessrs/iJA. H. Andrews, «f * ' - Sydney, KJ. H. Cu^bert, Lismore ; F. ^ r Collaery, Wollongong; R.. Cochrane, 11 'lUnandprra C. D? Hindmjarsh, Kiania- , '' R. 'Keniiall', ^jama; -.A.* Jolllffe, Ba,- 1 gownje, Jos. ' Burgess, U...

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Entertainments CROWN PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 9 April 1915

Entertainments s j CROWN PICUAUKES. . - ^ Last Monday's programme opened ' with csvar pictures of various British . . forces, which .were vividly, interest- p ing. There was also an Australian ^ Pathe Gazette,' which depicted the V.Ri.C. meeting at Flemington last, ^ month, and a lightning sketch by ^ Julius. The peculiar Keystone style , of comic wasrepresented at. its. utter mmost in -'His Trysting Place. The '' best dramatic picture ;was one . in - » ^ which a dog's rsagaclous fidelity ia j the means of saving the life of a child in a burning house. ^ The . star of ths evening's ^ programme is what is - describ- J ed as a - majestic drama, *' In Fear of his Past.' JFor Saturday, ^ -'The Mystery of a Diamond Belt' ^ is the big. pictiire. Thien, on Wed- , nesday 'The Old Fisherman's ,Story;' . ^ knowing iwhat these usually are, ^ | something good may be looked for- '? ^ ward to. But, most of all, is atten tion directed to Marshall Crosby, the - Tivoli tenor rojiusto, who srngs on F...

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Wollongong Mails. Arrivals and Departures MAILS ARRIVE AT [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 9 April 1915

Wollongong Mails. Arrivals and Departures ; MAILS ARRIVE AT 9 a.m. from ' Nowra,. Sheliharbour Unajnderra, Dapto, Albion I'ar.v, Kiama, Berry. 11.10 a.nr from Balgownie, Fairy - Meadow, Bellambi,' Bulli Rail way, Thirroui, Helensburgh, Clifton, Corrimal, Sydney, Scar-. ; borough. j 3,30 p.m' from Nowra. 4.25 p.m. from Balgownie, Fairy Meadow (Wednesdays -excepted), Helensburgh, By dney. & p.m. from Mt. Keira, Keiraville 6.30 p.m.. Port Kembla, Figtree, Mt. Kembla,, Kembla Heights. . 7.15 p.m. from Sydney, Woonona, Bulli 7.30 p.m.. from Sheliharbour, TJnan derra, Dapto, Albion Park. Kiama, Dunmore, Gerrlngong, : 9 p.m. Corrimal. ? '_ 1 MAILS CLOSE AT 8 a.m. for Port Kembla, Mt. Keira, ? Keiraville, Figtree, Mt. Kem bla, Kembla Heights. 8.15 a.m. for fl&a*ltrb\vnie, Fairy Meadow, Bulli Railway, . Helens burgh, Clifton, Woonona, Corri mal, Sydney. ScarhorQuwh. 10 a.m. for Nowra, Sheliharbour, Unanderra, Dapto, Albion Park, Kiama, Runmore, Berry. 10.15 a.m. for Sydney. 1...

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THE STORYTELLER A Queen of Hearts CHAPTER XXIII. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 9 April 1915

THE STORYTELLER AQoeen of Hearts BY EVELYN EVEltETT GREE-N, ohapti^r XXIQ. Then, helped and soothed by the very act of appeal, and with a child . like confidence that Uer. prayei*. would be heard, she lay down tranquilly, and fell -asleep. She wakened somewhat early by ; the sound of a . boat -scraping the * side of their houseboat, and in a few minutes a letter was brought in I.iy hei' maid. . It was froth Miss Greshaui and hatl been hastily writ ten in pencil, evidently the hand that wrote it' was very shaky. 'Can you .come to me, my dear child ? I am agitated and in great trouble. It would be a Kreat kind ness if you Could be with me vei'w soon. — Matilda fGresTiam.' 'Tell the man to Say I will come immediately, cried Queenie, springing up. She knocked upon, the w, all of communication with Patricia's l'oora and before sbe was more than fcalf dressed har friend entered her dress sing rpom.S. : 'Anything wrong, tiueenie ?' 'I do -not know. Patricia, how beautifuryou are. But just ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 16 April 1915

DEN TISTRY Mr TT WOT? T3?E only resident dentist, II*. J. »' vHii^JJ LA wislies to inform liis numerous patients and the residents of the district that he has REMOVED from Mr. S. HarriB's Pharmacy to more convenient premises DIRECTLY OPPOSITE WOONONA. POST OFFICE, and may be consulted DAILY, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. MY OWN SPECIAL METHOD OF PAINLESS EXTINCTIONS. Why suffer /^one Why suffer Toothache ? \SHILLIN^j Toothache? * \ . « NO PAIN, NO, AFTER EFFECTS, and NO SWOLLEN OUMS. Consult me for Artificial Teeth, Stoppings, and any Class of Dental Work. I only charge Sydney Prices, and guarantee all my work. Your old Artificial Teeth can be remodelled for very little cost. oirtyAddre,..- JJ WORSLEY, Dentist, 1 OPPOSITE WOONONA. POST OFFICE. ^K0MBaVlnBV^MaDBmMaBgEKBR;naa;B(BKaMngRBMaKaaBa-SBMBMaajg^l/ A Suit built by J. R. HEALEY, The well-known Expert Tailor, IS A MODEL OF PERFECTION IN EVERY DETAIL The Well-dressed Men on the Coast know and appreciate the honest work and value in Healev's Su...

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N.S.W. Home for Incurables, Ryde. AN APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 16 April 1915

N.S.W. Home^for Incurables, jjjl [?] Sir, — To be helpless and suffering; - * 'fjSjflHi excruciating pain is not to be j S9 thought of /without a shud'Ie»j. and, ;J|0 when accompanied by poverty. how much more terrible must the *sui7er«- , ^ ing be ! It isa slow and dreary WSI journey through the valley ol . the s ^HE shadow.' of death. It iwas to relieve * these poor sufferers of tho teijtJ die* , class that the New Soi'/n Wales ' , '^Bb Home for Incurables wes founded. v 'Among the incurables there must ne - cessarily be many who clairu the 'v»9 strongest sympathy of the bebcvul p^rre ^re thoiisands art»ongst the 1 ^^9 middle classes who having roruj-.'rly . '-4|M{ '{lived in comfort and respectn-iiJtv, — ^ have been' reduced by incurable dls- .. ' * m ! ease to the most distressing pover- , - lflB ty, and who are altogether depri «d .. iHH of the means of procuring medical j, /' AS a d and those necessaries %vhicii their* suffering' condition demands. Such cases, when known, plea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 16 April 1915

Central Hotel, A. L. CHRISTIAN (Late of Tattersall's Hotel, Tamworih) ?, ?V\T I8BES to notify the residents of the : W district, and othera, that lie has taken -over the Business of the Central Hotel from F. &; Making antl trusts, by civility and at tention to busineBB to merit their patronage. ' The accommodation will bo under the direct supervision of _Mre. Christian, and no eflfort wUHjeeparedioensuie tbe comfort of .vtoni-isteantl others. Only the Beet Brands of WineB qnd Spirits stocked. COMMENS&TUCKEY THE IIUWMRH CARRIUE FMT0RV , KEIRA STREET. Awarded let prize Boyal Show, Sydney, 1913 * *? 5B9 t / 4 Now and Sppon|[-ham^V^iMeB'3n Biock 4 fainting and Bep^g neatlylnd qniokly P executed. Tyres Tightened— our system Is perfect. W? €. GILMORE, Mpnager & '?} ?: V^- J ?? ? 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 OROOKERY, GLASS WARE, and E...

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Central Illawarra Council [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 16 April 1915

Centrallllawarra Coanctl At the meeting^ on Wednesday there ? were present Aldermen Martin (May or), Carr, McPhail, Graham, McDon ald^ Marshall, Lee, Jarvie, Gorrell, and Swan. 1 Correspondence, From the Board of Health Inquir ing if the improvements ordered to rfoiriM iind been carried out, partic ulars required.— To supply the infor mation. l-rom H. Leheancy, complaining of drainage to property, , Mt. Kembl.i, by flow, of water from the road Al derman Graham said this work had been passed to 'be done long ago; the road Wiis in a disgraceful state. ' It was replied that the delay was for the lack of funds. Alderman .Tar vie said - this work should be treated as urgent, otherwise the road would be in a bad state all the winter — Th« Mayor promised that instruc tions would be given to have it done. From N.S.W. Temperance Alliance, urging Council to establish drinking fountains as a. means of puenchmj? thirst and of promoting sobriety deceived. The letter was signed by Archdeacon Boyc...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 16 April 1915

. PRESBYTERIAN CHLtRCK ' Jill Wollongong, Fellowship Associa j.-m tion 10 a.m. Services ll and 7.1^, Mr. IC. F Partridge. Balgownie; ser vice, 3, Mr. K. F. Partridge. '1 Woonona, 11, 'The Ordinary and * the Extraordinary).' 7.15, ''Irresis- f tible Optimism the need of the Age.' ^ *jp Scarborough, 11 and 7.30, Mr. Mc Donald. Thirroul, 11 and 7,30, Sup. * . ^ m Ply. , - Eembla Char p, ' 5^ Unanderra 11, Port Kembla '3, ^ Mount Kembla, 7.15. Speaker, Pas tor D. Gemmell. ^

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Illawarra and Shorthorn Cattle Association [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 16 April 1915

Ulawarra and Shorthorn Cattle Association 1 A special meeting of the Iilawarra J Dairy Cattle Association, largely' att p tended, wias held yesterday, to -v v 1 cuss the proposal for the amalgama tion of the l.D.C. Association, and ^ the Milking Shorthorn Associations. *?; As the outcome of the conference, ^ the conditions briefly that, were ag reed to between delegates of the two ,q Associations, were that the Milking -g Shorthorn Association, if amalga- ' S mation was brought about, would be 18 known as the Australian Milking '||j Shorthorn Association,- the l.D.C. on , ;|ji their part, to concede'' the name 111 -TM awarra and submit their cattle for \-I1 re-examination for entry into the M B S. Herd Book, which is decided on H Points, while admission to the I.D-C. ^ Herd Book was more by way of ac tual test. Whilst the great majority , of those present were in favor ot « jg amalgamation, -one more than half the number contended that all . the * JlH cattle passed into the ^D.C. He...

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METHODIST CHURCH. Bulli Circuit. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 16 April 1915

METHODIST CHURCH. Bulli Circuit. Bulli, 11, Rev. W. N. Lock; 7.15, mem Student. Woonona, 11, Mr. F; J- '?« Selwood; 7, litev. W. N. Lock. Cole -IB dale, ' 3.15, Aev. W. N. Lock. Thir rfM roul, 11, Student; 7.15, Mr. Clark. . „ --j||

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No title [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 16 April 1915

He that hath' learned to obey wall i know liow *±o scommstnd. - - 4

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Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 16 April 1915

Church Services. ||l CHURCH Op ENGLAND. ' Bulii, 11, HiC. s-Hev. P, , W- iSoWe ; . ' 7.15, Mr. H. J. Lofts. Thirroul, ser mons morning and . evening on he half of the Young Peopled Scripture Union, by Mr. Charles E. Dodds; Z, Address to Sunday School, by Mr. Charles B. Dodds. Monday, 8, LAn tern Lecture by Mr. Charles 33. Dodds on 'The Making of the Bible.' A1*-.': ' 1 mission free. Woonona, 11, Mr. H J. Lofts; 7.15, Bev. P. W. Dowe.

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An Army Alphabet SUBALTERN'S AMUSING LINES TO CHEER US UP. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 16 April 1915

--- ? ? i.. - , ... ,, An Army Alphabet I SUBAI/TliiRN'S AMUSING' . LINES TO CBE'EiR U® ITIP. The following lines were written at the front by a subaltern of C Co., 2nd Royal Dublin Fusiliers, and were published in the 1st 'Divisional Routine Orders— 'to cheer us up,' says one letter home A is our Army, which with impunity Bill said he'd smash at his first opportunity. ^ B is the Base, which is Called St. NazaireJ No longer the home of the gall ant and fair. C is the Charge of the Scottish . of London, From the papers you'd argue -they only had done one. D is De Wet, who thought it Was wiser To break his allegiance and (foll ow the Kaiser. E is the end of this horrible war, it will probably lost ror a cen tury more. F are the Flares which never seem lacking, Sent up by Germans to see who's attacking. G- are the Germans, a race much ma ligned, A1 more peace-loving people you hardly can find. £1 are the Huns, their nearest of kin, A pastoral people they are said to have been, f am the...

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