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

Paling's pianos, ? — Easy Terms — ? , LOCAL AGENT— PIANO AND OBGAN TUNING, AND fed WOOd REPAIRING A. SPECIALITY . . J - ? THE MUSIC STORE 'PHUNB* 134 UPPER 0R0WN-8T. WOLLONGONG H. E. HARRIGAN MOTOR GARAGE, Wollongong. TELEPHONE 111, Wollongong. I I ! Motor Gars for Hire Day or Night ! See the Sights of Beautiful Ulawarra by Motor Car. All Day Tourist Trips via Mac quarie Pass, Bowral, Moss Vale, Kangaroo Valley, Nowra, to Wollongong Also via — Wollongong; Ail Cars driven by experienced men with a view to the comfort of patrons. | All Motor Requisites kept in Stock. REPAIRS of Every Description Executed Viz Gas and Oil Engines, Separators, Sewing Machines, Bicycles Motors. Turniiig and Fitting done. Nickel Plating Silver-Plate Ware. Guns, Revolvers. Brazing — in fact, everything metallic. When ordering Kerosene always ask (or 'Laurel' ?V 1 MlliiilBlllMllMIJIIIBail [?] ?P There are now severaldifferent br^nds of kerosene in Australia, but there is only one thai can be used flf ? with ...

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

PRIN.CESS THEA'TiRE. The Princess, Woonona, is showing 011 Friday and Saturday evenings next week that sensational and Clev erly -produced picture 'The Spoilers.'' Wirth's Circus intimates ; a visit to the district shortly.

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
From the English Coast. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 16 April 1915

From the English Coast. X' Wollongong resident now in 'England writes, on date March 2nd ' The submarine trouble has delayed traffic somewhat; still 'they have not jdone much, after all their blow. We have had some excitement at Dover x-vcr submarines!; several times the big guns at the batteries have fired at them, or what w,as supposed to be one, bobbing up to- see where it was, as, from all accounts, the deN ?stroyers, chase them about so much that it is difficult, after travelling round and round, under water, to find their bearing® without coming. to the surface Although it has hot ap peared in print, for some reason of the Admiralty's, the. British have ac counted for several. Just lately, one afternoon when the guns first fired it was quite a sight to see the peo ple turn out, it being Saturday, and 'half the military were having a half holiday, and were doing the usual in town, but before you could count'10 there were thousands on the sea front. They came down like ants, all...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Entertainments CROWN PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 16 April 1915

Entertainments CROWN PICTUiR'EJS. The programme of last Fridaiy evening included two dramatic tales of star rank, 'In .Fear of hi£ and ' The Mystery of a Diamond Belt.' The former was ot a young man who escapes from prison, and getting a situation sets his Course in the right direction , of well-doing; as a matter of fact, he had been wrong fully convicted. An (adventuress who recognises him endeavours to make capital out of it, but fails. Thfere were also pictures of wild-bird life. Offi- Wednesday- evening a pathetic drama, 'The Old Fisherman'k Story' —a kind which appeals to not a few —was shown. There were pictures of the devastation wrought by German brigands in Belgium. There were at feast two funny comics in both pro grammes, and one with the Keystone idiot in. It is to be hoped a disas ter will shortly befall that chap. This evening and Saturday there will he shown a master ' comic, with Chaplin in it, ' Hushing the Scandal.' On. Monday a. series picture, which will extend i...

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

'? Lines frotai Egypt :; / ?Gunner JS. Horan, late of Corrimal '* rsifl 4 and presently with his battery in .jjta /Egypt, writing to friends, state© — ^jjl is having a splendid time, 'x ttbre are 'five on his staff, and he is champion 9 singer of the lot. Before turning m ''T at night he always, finishes up by JjB thinking of mother. He has passexl his examination for gunner, . and is now recognised as equal to any otf 'PM them On one night his company camped at the spot, where, accord-. ^ ing to tradition, Moses was found. ? i ^ The fleas .were awful. He also visited ' the place where Mary and J oseph are ' l| said to hove rested in their flight v- -3 from Palestine. All of his company _ are compelled ' to grow moustaches ; ?£&§ ?and have their hair cut very short. =;i| They have an English General with them who has the greatest faith in - ^ - g|j ?Australians, and the feeling is mu- j - , tual. ^ He sends the following lines : — s -- THE CALL OF TB®2 BMpIRE. '':M0 Do you n...

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

ILIAW4RRA MINERS ? - Since the Delegates' Meeting last week the General Secretary has 'at ' tended at Coalcliff, South Clifton/ ?''' ?liral arid South ^Clifton Tunnel, Keira. f .Kembla Lodges for purpose of ex- ; plaining the Surface Award. It.isun;- ; derstood the whole of the lodges will * - , ' be visited as soon as possible. ?. . On Monday last No. 4 Wages Board ' ; (In Sydney), met for the purpose of considering a reference by the V A., as to the date On which the last oJSiHH increase should have come into ope ration. The employers -did not Pay until the second fortnight in J an* HjgaHs uary. Mr. Morgan appeared for the '8HHI employers, and Mr. Willis for the em ployees. After the matter had 'been fully considered, the chairman ruled that the employees were entitled to . ' the pay from the first fortnight in December. This will amount, in back . monev to be paid, to probably '£1400 ' ' or £1500. On ' Wednesday the com p,any withdrew an appeal against # jfjgBH their award, in th...

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

NORTH COAST NEWS Mr. F. H. Dudgeon leaves on Mon day for Gleniffer, Bellinger t Hi ver, and will likely take up a fartn there (sayis the Mullumiiimby 'Star' of --' M^rch 25th). Mr. Dudg^n!,bks been ? about nine years in' the -^s^ict. On Saturday last' Mr. , W. Seccombe offered on account 'of the mbrtigageee ?- j Miv W. J£ Z»iems* farm of four hun dred acres on v ^he East Band-rp,adt Goramba. It : was knocked down/ 'to Mr. Clyde Jtudder, of Nana '(jrjeitii for £3660. . f , ' The branch* factory being erected at Maltenganee by the Casino 'Co^opera-5 ' » tive Dairy Company,' Jjtdl, will s'oOn be complete. Oh Thursday last Mri Tr; ^. Hun- ^ ter, Corndale, purchs^ed- 'a ' young ' *-? bull at the Bangalow * Show Sales - ^ for . '£36. On Friday,}'- while driving , it , home, the annimal dropped deiad : ^ in the neighborhood of Clunes. ? 'lhe reason is not clear, but the loss is a, Serious one. The animal was bred by Mr. Walker, Billifiudgel. - Some little anxiety 'is felt through out this'...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Jervis Bay Land Sale [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 16 April 1915

Jervis Bay Land Sale ; One of the most exciting sales of the week was, that conducted by Mr. Hugh Duff, at his rooms, last Thurs day.- He was - offering a .subdivision known as Killarney Eistate, at St. George's Basin, Jervis Bay. Mr. puff had an audience numbering, nearly two hundred. The residents . from jer vis Bay mustered strongly, and s-Jme of them, operated freely. .These people could also, instruct the Sydney 'buy ers as to the merits of (allotments And . good position on the plan, and they did so freely. This helped 'the sale along, for most of the 'Sydnej buyers had neiver seen jervis Baj They were buying a -block at a shillings a foot with tlie hope tlvit some day- tiey would ?double their mbney. The Jervis Bay people have great' faith in the future of this land and they ' influenced the sale far Bibre than the talk from a dozen auctibn eers could do. The result was that the' bidding for soiSie of the lots &as very keen. In all, 72 allotments were . disposed, ol a...

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

W.J.WILLIAMS I miRROUL 1 1 Funerals I j Conducted invany part II of the district. H | TEL. 73, BULLI B f Australian ? and British-Made SWEATERS. Jnst^What is Bequired for the Change of Season. . Three Reasons Why You Should Buy 1st.— Ton have a Large Assortment of most Carefully Selected Sweaters suitable for Winter Wear. M 2nd. — Ton have the Best Values, combined with Al; E Shades in White, Silver Grey, Brown, Green and Navy. V 3rd.— The Prices are BEEROCK, and rise from ? {4/11 to 13/6. I See the Window. Also Big Range of Waterproof Coats. Umbrellas from 2s U-J. I S. R. DQRNAN, ,™T' .Commonwealth MiL&znk of Bustralia HEAD OFFICE SYDhiEY Ihii Bwk I* op«i tor all cImki ot GENERAL. BANKING BUSINESS at STAKWAY HOUSE, KING STKEET, SYDNEY Also mt Canberra, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart. Brisbane, ilockhnrapton, Towngvills and London. Gable remittances made to, and drafts drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign billa negotiated and collected. I^etrera of credit issued to ar...

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WOMAN'S WORLD HOUSEHOLD MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 16 April 1915

SIrw I HOtlvSKHOLD MEMS. , j Never throw away candle ends that Have becolne tpo small Wr ordinary use. They are of great assietanet, wrapped in newspaper, when lighting the kitchen lire, especially if a little loaf sugar be also added. To prevent new props ff'om sp'.itt *' inp, soak them in cold water for a few hours before first using them. To polish grained work, soak a flannel in a little linseed oil, rub the vtood well, then polish with a dry, soft cloth. When sticking labels to canisters, add a little honey to the flour an-i water . paste, ' and then the papev will not peel off. ? ? A ?. To remove the smell of cooked orO ons from a pot, fill it with boiling water and drop in a red-hot cinder i When - boiling eggs wet the snells thoroughly with cold water before placing in the boiling jjvater and they will not crack. --^To remove mud splasher from a ; white felt hat, first brush' , off the .dry -mud il there is any adhering to the hat. Then rub the stained oarts - well with powd...

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

n Opp, Public School, Thirroul ... DESIRES to notify the Residents of C; VA'tgil Thirroul and eurrounding' diatriot that ;j J he has purchased 'the above ^store, lately : . carried on by Mr A. Webb, and by strict attention to business, and -V I Goods at Sydney Prices - ^ ' ^-111 hope to receive a fair share of business — on t '^nJjHj [ trial order will do it . ' | Orders Collected . and Delivered. Daiiy* Give him a trial and encourage local erter- \ M rs A . E . B-A R R ET^ : . Dressmaker & Milliner, ; ;?r ;? ^ fejjjjj Next Door Kiosk, ThirrouV;. ^ '' . Millinery Class Wednesday. - Eyestrain & Headache EeBult from structural ^effects of the eyes, or from a^e, or both,, and relief is obtained by the timely use of proper J. L. WALKER, Lowbb Caoww Stbeht,* Woilonookg (4 doors below fast l ffice). C': Con8ulta.tiok8 Fekb ' 'if Groceries Groceries are a necessity/ therefore ~'^wf QUALITY GOODS and 3BDROCE PRICES should be ' yonr aim JOE WAH GOW :' M with tbier carefully s...

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MOUNT KEIRA — KEIRAVILLE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 16 April 1915

MOUNT KEIRA — KEIRAVILLE 4 The mine is still working constant. ?? -.1 |y, and up to the time of writing, , . - ^ has got nine davs for the p,ay Mr. H- Farrjuah is having a nio? -v. ^ house erected on Gilmore Fstate .-Jl A concert in aid of the Church of England is to be held next Friday, ^ \pril 23rd . .- a The Salvation Army held the usu , al Harvest Festival antl Sale of ?y:-m Work in the Mechanics' Institute on ~ Monday and Tuesday of this week. Tiie fixture was a success. The Annual Meeting of the Woll ongong University Extension Lectures centre will be held this evening. . , No. 3 Starr-Bowkett Building So ciety held- a sale jand ballot meetinp , on Saturday evening last. A loan of £100 was secured by. a Woonona member at' a premium of 4 per cent , and a ballot of £200 was drawn bv Mr. H C. Kylie, of Wollongong. No J L Society's next Sale and Balloi ^ , Meeting will be held on Saturday, . , 24th instant. ' - l The annual meeting of All Saints' . ' : C ol B, Figtree, was held in...

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

congiriegational nncT^.n. Wollongong, 11 and 7.15 (Commu nion). Keira Village, 3.30, Student (Mr. H. King). .

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

dIths. JONES — At her ?rents' residence, Bal gownie, April ?, Eliza Maud, dearly loved eldest dau gEr of Mr and Mrs Fred Jenes. T SMITH — At Bui Jpottage Hospital, 9th ? April, John Mkrd Smith, aged 57 years W | In. Memonn Notices ClTTERALL-J Id but loving memory j ? of our dear lKer and grandmother, who departedn life at Unanderra, 19 th April, 19m^tid 61 years. We never knew flpain you bore, We never swon die. We only know yfttssed away i And could notflr good-bye. Inserted by her lftg son and daughter, Edward aud A. CatSll and grandchildren Harry, Charlotte, ftk, Jess, and Phoebe Catterall. M , CATTEBALL-lAmg memory of my dear mother, nriett Uason Catterall, who departed wife, 19th April, 1914. lis sweet to know afc never more will pain, Steal from our defies, how its gentle rest .« That earthly love wRouble not again, Rest securely on gentle breast. ' Inserted by hefloving son, John, and - daughter-in-law, Aence, and grandchil- ? dren. I PHILLIS— In ! low remembrance of our | de...

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

mI'-V'-i To' Close 'Estate WILLIAM. E NOETHFIELD, Deceased i 2 FERTILE FARMS. ? — £ WITHOUT RESERVE. I O'Donneli&Stumbles TT AVE been favored with instructions ftfe ' JlL from the Executor of the above Estate j3£*, ' to sell by Public Auction on an early date .— 1. Compact and Convenient FARM, situate (. at Unandejrra, containing 80 acres brush land, with buildings thereon. 2. FARM of 64 Acres First-class rich brush land, Bituate at Gwynnevilie, Wollon Sj/ gong, with buildings thereon. N* Particulars T atcr. ) ' Messrs RUSSELL ft SON, Solicitors to the Fstate A-TTR ACTIVE COTTAGE PROPERTY AT ROSEMONT. ft? ' ? ? j? ? SATURDAY, 24th Inst. O'Donnell & Stumbles *1'1' AVE received instructions from Mr JLL Lewis Goidon, to Sell by Auction, as above, his attractive Cottage Home, situate gt- ' at the corner of Matthews Street and Green ...' acre Boad, Bosemont, containing five rooms ISv:': : and verandahs, etc., etc. j , Full Particulars Next Issue. I ESTATE CHARLES GILMORE,...

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

Wollongong Belgian Fund/ 'The following are* the additional collections to date Miss M&rtejl and 'Hisse? Uee, £2' 14s 9d; Mes daines Hrown- 'and Clements, -E2 9s Mrs. «1 ; Byron, 9s 3d; Me6dames Edwai'ds ^,nd Cooke, £3 9s '^6d; Mrs. J . Hickey, £1 : 4s fide Miss 'Wilson and Mrs. Dean, £2 19s; collected by 'S.C# Times,' 3/6* » ' ^ . r

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

A PUBLIC DANCE wUlbo held in the,i . Belhmbi Hall on 17{bh April, and every' back Saturday. Ladies 6fl. Gferits 1b 6d.. A POWERFUL and Comfortable Car for Hire. Tourists driven to all parts of the District. Pic-nio Parties arranged. Ex* perienoed Chaffeur, E. C. Barbee, phone 200, Wollongong AE. BALL, Woonona, Licensed Plumber . and Water Fitter. Estimates given. BRICKLAYER (Bandsman) wants work any kind : go anywhere. Apply ' Bricklayer,' Woonona P.O. BAOON down aeain. Marke * is sailing prime cuts at 10jd, boiling cnts 9£d. or rashers lid BANQUETS, Birthday Parties, Dinners. Wedding Breakfasts, and all kinds of up-to-date catering done by Howarth's OOME and see Helen Chester's great swim from steamer to pier. Princess Pictures, Woonona. Spoilers f CLEANLINESS, Civility, Attention, and J a firBt class three -course dinner, at Howarth's for Is FOR SALE, one or two Allotments ; splen did position Thirroul, 60 x 198 feet. Winchester, Thirroul. FtOR SALE, two second hand Sulkies, and o...

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

Good News for Grey Folk You start using- Surmanol, the new Eng lish remedy for grey hair, and watch just watch.- You will see the old pretty natural .colour creep back to every, grey 'thread. Day by day the greyncss Ijets lees and; 'less until, in a few short . loeels iliere is not a trace of preyness to be Been, and your hair, right Trom root to tip,' is once again the glorious ! - rich colour . .that you .thought had pone for ever. You use' Surmanol, aiid soon you'll say' 'Good-bye, .ugly' 'i?rey hair _ — good-bye, old hair .dye.' . It is not a dye or' etain, and Is clean, good, harmless, anil pure, and does not etain the Mir jor eca^p. Price, S/- -po^t- . 4d. extig^ from The Jidgewortli. Laboratories, IToffnung's Chambers, I . 363 Pitt Street, Sj'dney, ? N.S.W.: ' Wlien writing describe your hair troubles fully. Why use hair dves when you 4-an permanently remedy^ -your greynees Surmanol ? -r 191 5. A Future Unprovided for is a Future Feared. / An A.M.P, POLICY will Provide. - / -...

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OUR NEIGHBOURS. EDEN. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 16 April 1915

CUR N£t8HB01)RSi W*?*' ' ?- ' -v- ' l',M . l-')' ' (from our Exchange*.) * ; ' r ??'. JlDEM. ; ' Mr -Alf Dbwliv* has purchased a &?- narm at Daisy H in, Beg-s, ami will ? leave Nethercote in a lev '«ays -o« his new home:

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

? jj «Jdpst »|gtrIct Auctioneer /. K AComniisslonerforAffldayits K « ted' Sworn Valuator under ? mm Real Property Act Bj| . 6o1» AOEKT #OB-- ' S-; Coxton -Estate, .Corrimal Rotbery Estate, Corrimal tarrelTs Subdivision, Balgownie Russell Vale Subdivision, Bellambi Artie' Subdivision, Bulli 'McCauley Park Estate, Thirroul t. : Coledale Subdivision, Coledale j . Lithe* end all Particular Pobt Fbbb i ' ? — ^^^ISaCo, Market Street - ; (Near Church of England). Forwarding Agents to any par -of the States. . , All classes of 'Vehicles for Hire. Specia Tuniont for Comnfetcial Travellers. Furni ture Removed, Packed and Stored by Experts Coaches meet all Trains. . i ? _ ? ? i- ? Letters and Telegrams receive Prompt Attention. ; Lower CBOWN STfiEET, WOLLONGONG, PHONE 20. ' ? — : C '. ' ? PHOIfB 20 Late Bud^en and ^ITOuirk. ^ Commercial Travellers driven to all; parts of the district. Special vehicle! by arrangement. .Coaches. mc»t . all Train#. ^ Tourists [and 'Private Partier specially cater...

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