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

PATRIOTIC 8 The ladies of St. Francis Xavier's 1 M| have in hand the carrying out of a,v * j|S| monster euchre party in aid of the N| Belgian Fund. A strong committee- gas of ladies have the function in hand, --l|| the secretaries being Mrs. Gn. .Park inson and Miss A. Halliday, whilst . 111 Miss Flynn twill act as hon. treas. . jrag (The euchre party will take place in iS! the Town Hall in May. The price of 'n i tickets is fixed at 2?/6 each. !Ai gen- 'SB erous response is expected. .M i The Bellambi Branch made by the recent concert £20. The last month ly ? collection amounted to £30. , The aim; of all intellectual training jH for the mass of ? the people should be- Ira to cultivate commonsense. «@|

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Liability for Wire Netting [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 16 April 1915

Liability for Wire Netting : 1 The Metropolitan Land Board, con listing of Messrs^ Capper and Laid- 38 ley, in the Wollongong Courthouse, - '9 op Monday, hoard claims by Morson -S 8ros. against W. H. Cook, James r3 Swan, and the Nunan Estate for con- ; .SB tributions towards cost of wire-net't- ^ ing on boundary, respectively £11 2s * 7d, £21 Is lOd and £31 16s lOd. ' 'M and £12 13s 8d. Mr Russell appear- ^ L 4 pd for claimants, and Mr. Cox for ^ | defendants. - 5-' . Plaintiff, Charles Morson', deposed that their land ^265 acres), had beien enclosed with rabbit-proof nett- - Ing. He gave evidence as to 'cost of ^ the portions claimed for, which . hei \- put at double amounts claimed; the -i: netting was a decided benefit to his » {? neighbors, ' Defendants each denied that their ^ lands, derived any benefits from the ?, ?*'*??- netting, inasmuch as only one, side of 5|| their properties1 was fenced, and ,m- ^ stead of being benefited, the netting caused the rabbits to go round the ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 16 April 1915

MR. B. A. ®EBBY (of JBeeby & Oo. 364 ^ Pitt Street, Sjd&&y*j3--lioitors) until farther -i notice , 'will attendat WollongOng (Starr, Bowkett Offioe) from'1} p.m. to 8 p.m. -Pay : Saturday evenings). : Speoial appointments * may be made by leiter t6 Gity Offioe, 264 i RfctStreat near.Oriterion Theatre;* Sydney - Dental Surgeon, OBOWN STREET, WOILONGONG Telephone 88* .* - . J, EDWARDS, CONTRA.CTOB AND BUILDER, COLEDALE. Repairing Properties a^speciality. Estimates given for all classes of work. . Letters promptly attended to i P.O Coledale I SPECIALITIES TO BE HAD AT J. B. WELLS & CO., LOWER CROWN 8TBEET, WOLLONGONG * i 4 . REX CREAM CHEESE. ADVANCE BULK TEA 1/6 £ ' »» '» 0 rV^RY FINE TEAS. Jn SKIPPER SARDINES. r . FRUIT SALADS. & CREAM. ? ? ? * ? i SCHWEPP'S CORDIALS | ALL GOLD JAMS ? ' * - Agent) fof POTTIE'S HORSE MEDICINES. Local Agent — The Victoria Insurance' Company, Ltd. Fire and Mariue Insurances effected at Lowest Current Rates. Fideli...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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North Illawarra Council [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 16 April 1915

North^ Ul§warra Council j There 'was a special meeting last Wednesday ' bveningv Present : Alder men Sadden (MayorV,, Davidson, Cox, Broadbent, ' .T)P 'Mcpbnald, Hayman, F. McDonald. A3 report of the Finance Committee recommeading the borrowing of one thousand pounds from' the 35. S. and A. Bank' wherewith to re.pay a loan -coming due was adopted. The pay list was passed as follows: IT. Oxfcnbridge £6 10s, C. potter £5 6s (Bd, J. , Wonson £5 IjEis 8d, W. Fairlee £6 6s, /T. Tratt £6 6s, H. t)xenbridge 10s, C. Potter £5 10s ?T. Wonson £5 lis ^di W, Fairlee £4 . is. Railway Department £3 12s, W. Meader and Co. £48 19s 8d, 8. R. ; Olusgrave £3, W:. Ci 'Penfold . £2 6s 6d, Department of Lands i£5. i

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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THIRROUL. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 16 April 1915

THIRROUL. The Excelsior Colliery is working very well. Up till Wednesday, seven * ? ' -days had been got in for tbe'current - pay. ? The annual ball In connection with the School of Arts will, on this oc casion, be solely organised by the ladies' committee, and they have been given the power to donate the proceeds to whatever patriotic fund they think fit. This annual fixture is usually a huge success. i The local Progress [Association continues to do a vast amount of good work, but the trouble is that ?all the work is left to the few. Sub- , ecriptions to the tfunds are now be ing called for, and provide the op portunity to those who have not., ?hitherto, taken part in this progres sive work to come forward. By - helping the association they are al so helping themselves, and at the j «ame time' enhancing the value of their respective properties. The new' hotel, which is a very * , ?. fine structure, is expected to be ready for occupation in two or three weeks. The ladies collecting...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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The Origination of Cow Rugging [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 16 April 1915

The Origination of Cow Ragging i:. _ . The rugging ol cows originated se veral yejars ago by a dairy farmer, j*iear Adelaide, South Australia. In a visit to this farm by the writer j v. *or . the purpose of .writing up the j I ' particulars for 'The Deader,' he said —Before I struck thev idea of rugging t , tried various plans, including hot S-r feed night and morning and putting niD wind breaks, but the cost ot I „ - production was not reduced, nor was the yield increased. Then I covered my first cow. It. took me two years to get the whole of my ,26 cowg un der rugs, because I wanted to pro ?? . «ceed cautiously, and see what the result would be, and I was so sur i _/ prised that I had to go over the -work again and again to be sure 1 ' that I was making no mistake. Kv-- 4-^k, - - iery cow that was fugged gave the ^ - faaj^:.;satiB£act^iy /r^ults, by increa- j S. * smg her produce on asmallerquan- | ^ ,tlty- of food and getting into better j ' 'condition. In this case, one in which...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Mr. Griffith's Educational Policy [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 16 April 1915

Mr. Griffith's Educational I Policy I Speaking on. Wednesday, Mr. Grif fith said that although he could not titake a general statement of policy, he could say that he had decided - that henceforth secondary education tihould make much better provisions ;; than had .been possible in ' the past for the education of boys on the sci entific side of the industry to which they proposed to fie vote their lives. The trade school system in the'eities would be developed, so that every lad learning a trade or employed in a workshop would get the principles and theory constituting the scientific basis of his industry. In the same . j way, in the country districts, he pro posed to establish agricultural high schools, so that the sons of farmers would, in addition to a good ground ing in the literature and history of their own race, and in mathematics, 1 receive scientific training in, agricul ture, horticulture, and' veterinary sci ence. (Applause.) Parents who had , - marked out' a professional...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 16 April 1915

Shampoo Your Hair - m with Kexona Soapf It will . ^ecojne Soft; ( Lustrous, and -fl Beautiful. .. «l Stops the Hair from Falling Out, ' Bjl To shampoo or wash, the hair with * - Rexona ? Soap is an easy task, but ' «? '*-38 the. results are startling. T* It-it vos ' the hair in such a l-eaufjf»jl oonai- ,i|f| tion, the scalp . perfectly clean and ' 4 via wholesome. The hair becomes light t. - and fluffy, waving about the* luce in - * t-j|l abundance as beautiful ' hair sl» uH * ^Sl always appear. Rexona. S-u- H'to os j- ^411 a delicate perfume, mvigorat )nt* the ^ -M roots : of - the hair, which prevents .? gr6yness.- .A few -shampoos with Hex- - ^ '''M ona Soap effectively removes every ' -^',-3 4ra.ee sof dandruff or-v loose and+ fall- .j ing hair. Lafhes who use it for . tha . «~|| hair, say that Sexona^j Soap is for 4 , vm better , than anyjoif the so-called hair ? tonics. ' ^uy a' pake to-day irom - -J your chemist or storekeeper r It »s beautifully put up apd sold at is « - pe...

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

F. A. SWAN Carrier and Contractor. ?...?n.ia 11 . i . i 'i i FariiifcureOarefully Bemoved. Sulkies and Coaches for Hire. Picnic Parties driven to any part of the district 'at reasonable fates 1 ^ ? :''r Address: COBBIMA.L BTEEEIt, Vet. No. 60- 1 Wollongong HALE'S AUTUMN SHOW We Cordially Invite the Ladies of the District to our Special Show of New .Season's Goods. | MILLINERY /MEgf Velvet is the correct thing in this Season's Hats, and the Great gjpMjSl KKP^ i$£ War is reflected in| the wl£P* 3j vogue of Black and the y Military touch so preva- \ ^ Av lent in the Styles. We \ / -\ are showing a mag nificent assortment of Beady -to-Wear Hats — very Smart and Beason- --''''II ably Priced. Those who '^IPnfl °f I I prefer their Hats to ' ,-*y '|f( 1 1 J II jj order, 'with the idea cf / 11 1 \ 4 If I securing individual style, / |\ \\ °l j! can come to us with I l \ / every confidence, assured / j \ J cf an exclusive service N ! at reasonable prices. / SEE OUR SPECIAL WINDOW SHOW READY-T...

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

AVfllUHBLEjB VESTMENT Save theloss andfprevent the annoyance-, «ayfieft by5 Busty Tubs by installing in the Laundry a Set of BUST PRGOF/HV ASHING TUBS, which jire^|-r|fc|ica31y unbreakable., We also stbck 'an ^ssortnient of TSlec trical Goods, including all necessaries Sells, Presses, Wet and Dry Batteries, Wire, and'Medical batteries inquire fr'oin us for anything you require i H. Willies & Son, A.tchesoD #tfreefc, Wblldugong ( MARCUS CLARK & CO., tTD.. Crbwn Street, WOLLONGONG i , 'I . ' ' - ? Special Display OF New AUTUMN & WINTER -rmam NOVELTIES NOW BEING MADE maaaamtrnmmmmammmmmmmmmammmmmmm LADIES! YOUR INSPECTION IS CORDIALLY INVITED | ' ? ' New MILLINERY & FLOWERS VELVET HATS in Military Shapes FEATHER BANDEAUX LANCER PLUMES TRIMMINGS and NOVELTY NECKWEAR LACES RIBBONS FURS , Ladies' Caracule and Sealette COATS* SPORTS' COATS ia Silk & Wool GOODS * All Wool Flannel Blousings, Delaines, etc. vV,'V ?- ' :;Y'- .^V ?;??'. v'' ' ?' ??' V'v '...

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

Hf LENSBURfiH The Metropolitan Colliery has been working every day. It was fully ex pected that trouble would have oc curred over the recently-issued Sur face Hands Award. 'At a special ?meeting held on Saturday the ques tion was considered, Mr. Kirkwood -»ing chairman. 'After much discus sion, it was resolved to work on as usual, pending further information regarding terms of the award. A Rpeciol meeting of the local Lodge has been called for Friday, when the ^ district officers are expected to at i tend. After many years of searching, the ! coal seam has been located on 'the western side of the Metropolitan Coal Co's. area. On this side the present working seam was lost a short dis tance from the shaft. It was consid ered by managers -and other experts that the seam, from indications, would he found below tho present workings, and considerable work has been done driving headings to reach It. 'With the aid of a boring plant, the seam was, however, pierced over 100ft. above the pres...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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DAPTO [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 16 April 1915

DA1- TO Mr. David Evans, for many years a resident in Dap to, is removing into Wollongong to. reside. Ml*. Evans, it ?will be remembered, was a deputy at the Mount Kembla mine, at the tim^ of the memorable explosion, and re ceived a medal for acts of bravery shown at that time. Messrs. Quinn and Sons have just completed the erection of a very fine residence on Kanahooka Point, to the order of Mr. Stan. Massey. Starving stock continue to ar rive to graze in. the paddocks in and around Dapto* There is to be a grand concert in connection with the local School of 'Arts on the 28th instant. Local and Sydney artists, together with child ren from the Dapto Public School, will assist. Miss Lilla Simpson, daughter of Mrs. «T. Simpson, of West Dapto, is progressing favorably after having undergone an operation for appendi citis, performed in Sydney by Dr. Harrington. ' The local branch are arranging a social and supper in aid of the Bel gian Fund, to take place on Friday evening, 7th May. ?At...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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CORRIMAL [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 16 April 1915

CORRIMAL 1 South '? Bulli has, up to time of ?'* writing (Wednesday), eight days for the next fortnightly pay. Corrimal \ mine is still idle. ? * / The annual vestry meeting of St. Alban's Church of England, was held f5- on Monday last; the attendance of parishioners was fairly large; After the adoption of the balance-sheet tho , following gentlemen were elected as office-bearers for the ensuing twelve' , months ; , Vicar's warden, Mr. T. Morriss; People's Warden, Messrs. W. Wood and D. McPeake; Church Coun. ' cil. Messrs. T. Sunderland, G. Wood / : and Oi. Packard; auditor, S.Evans. i„ / The Surf Club members are about to put the shutters up. A ball and supper to take place in the School of Arts Hall next month (28th) wilF supply/ a fitting conclusion to tho year's work. The Empire Comedy Co. played to a packed house on Saturday night last, The programme presented was good. The fields of peds. entered for the £5 Handicap to be run in 'Sdwards's Paddock -on Saturday next comprises '...

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

Never think any portion of time ^ too- short to be employed, * ®^;^asBs to doubt, -h 0 , ^ J®

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Shooting Fatality [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 16 April 1915

Shooting Fatality 9 The inquest as to the death* of the- -w boy Colin Whitfield, of Shellharbour, . - 4 at Albion Park last week, elicited tha.t he was on a vi&it to Mr. 'A\ 3 Weston's, Albion Park, spending the Tifl| Easter holidays. He and two sons j ? M of Mr. Weston, Bertie, 14 years, , and Alan, 12 £ years, went out rabi bit-shooting, each carrying a shot* W! gun. They, shot two rabbits and then ^ ciiml-ed down rocks into a gully where a fox's lair was known to oe ; 'Alan, who was first into the gully, was walking ahead when he heard a. gun-shot and felt something heavy s v?^ strike his heels. On turning round, he saw the body of deceased lying at ^ the foot of the rock with the top or ; -:{pj his head blown off. Bertie stated 'I that deceased was in the act of low- - ering a gun, handed to him -M when it discharged. Neither of tha boys could give any explanation ot i ; how the gun was. caused to 'discharge ' j There was a mark on the trigger. as if it struck the rock. ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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NEWCASTLE NOTES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 16 April 1915

NEWCASTLE NOTES In the Newcastle Court recently, one .James Smith wias convicted of i embezzling the funds of the Carring ton Coal and Coke Shipping Union. He was fined £-20. At the Pacific Colliery workshops recently a presentation was made to Mr. James ; Guest. , foreman black smith, who is severing his connec tion with the above to take up a . similar position at P cton. a Mr. Frederick Jerrold sustained se vere- injuries through a iall of coal a-t the 'Stanr©rd-}Mjerthyr Colliery iast week. The injured man who -was wor king on- the day shift, was removed to his home in fiopetoun-street in a serious condition, the in-uries receiv, ed being internal. Dr. J. Fafiey, pf War at ah, is leav ing for the front foir service with the Australian Medical Corps, The degrading law which practic ally compels pe6ple to drink outside hotels On ^oodFrida^ was. again ob^' served With painful assiduity 'by a' large number of residents On Frtday last.— ^Kurri Kurri Times.' ; A farewell gathering to ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 16 April 1915

I Fashion's Favourites I ? ? ' ? ? ' . . ? ' ; foe ' . : ' I ^TJTTJMIsr 1016 |i.:; ' AWAIT YOU AT ' ' I! Walter Lance & Co.'s, WOU.ONOONO GOSTTTME DEPAKTMEUT. f , In the variety of its Styles, and in tlie Richness of its Colourings, our COSTUME DEPARTMENT V is a complete Exposition of all the Latest Novelties in Dress for the coming Season g- ' . - Oar STOCK of AUTUMN DRESSES comprises some of the most Exquisite Creations in the newest and If most lovely Materials vt - . ' . ^ \ ^ Note,4 we keep in close and constant touch with the Chief Fashion Centres. If you are particular to have your Clothing right-up-to-the-minute in Style this means much to you. You ought to pay us a visit. g New and Exclusive desigos in LADIES' COAT and SKIRT COSTUMES in Tweed, Cloth, or Serges. I SPORTS' COATS in Wool and Felts. TWEED COATS. CARACUL COATS in Black and Colors. §r- 1 MOTOR COATS. - ? ' ? ? ? — Vs n ?. . ; - ; ' ? : ? ? ? i1 nie Best of ITFW MLLIITERY STYLES A' really Fascinating Displ...

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

SCARBOROUGH - -?£ On Thursday last a dispute arosa at the Tunnel Colliery over condl tions in respect to the new Surface % Hands Award. On Friday a meeting ^ was held and both the South Clif* -| ton and Tunnel Collieries were idlo on that day. On Monday a further v meeting decided to arrange a, confer-^ J ence with the proprietors with the: S view to having a variation of th& ? ill Award made. The employees of tho I South Clifton Colliery resumed work - ?-! but the Tunnel mine -was idle last 1 Monday and Tuesday. There was a' ~3| hope, however, that a start would be ^ ; ^ made on Wednesday. The trouble, on ;4' Tuesday, it is stated, was the result ^ of an employee . at the screens de I mandiog sixpence a day extra. These , *:M frequent stoppages are doing a vast ^ -'fl? amount of injury to the district, as ? V they place business people and those ^ who desire to have continuous' w0rk, in a most unenviable position. * . 't\ ? The appeal made by Mrs. Robert- ' f Bon, of Scarbo...

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Methodist Minister's Valedictory [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 16 April 1915

Methodist Minister's Valedictory I ' On Sunday evening the iRev, J.. E. aletcalfe preached his last' sermon, ere moving to Mosman, in the Woll ongong Church. There was a crowded attendance. Mr. Metcalfe preached upon the text Tim. 2nd, 4-22, '?'Hie Lord .Jesus, Christ be with thy spirit.' That, lie said, was Paul's message to Timothy a little before j ms death. He was leaving Timothy nehind in circumstances of danger, and he knew the value of the pres ence of Christ in the human heart. '.Ill possible good wishes were sum rned up in that one sentence. What Paul wished for Timothy he wished j for the members of this congrega tion; he could ^ot wish for themi any thing higher; anything diviner; any thing more desirable than . ^Paul's wish for Tim-jthy. What we needed to-day more than anything else was to realise the presence of Christ. The fellowship of heart with heart. To realise that God was in us, working through the intellect, and manifests Himself in all its activities. Because m...

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

Ladies ! ' 5, you are shlfering from 3n.dige6 tipji, Rheumatism, Piles, Headaches, Backache; ; Constipation, ; ?, Nervous , Breakdown, or any of those weary ing dragging pains which undermine the wliole system,* do not hesitate, abput ''seeking . our~advic^, We ma^'e 110 charge for consultation, and you wlil incur no obligation by calling. If [finable to call 'for a personal in - te^view, send for our special consul tation form, ^wli|,ch^waU fcp ^ppstfed tp; anyone -who* ' wrltef for *Jt tj- PeJ»t ' 7G, Ladies' 'Cpfiege' of^alth, *54 Oxford-street, Sydhey.

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