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RIFLE SHOOTING. WOLLONGONG RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 16 April 1915

[ \ RIFLE SHOOTING. WOLLONGONG RIFLE. CLUB. The following are the Saturday scorfes for ? the first shoot ending June. Conditions, 'shots ' in twoi stages, at 300 yards, handicap inclu ded - . ? ' ? A'. Olass. . ? ? , 1 ? Hep- Total J, Burns 30 , 33 -1 64= D. WiUiaans ? ? 29 31 1 61 H- Taafe 31 29 1 60 G. Lindsay ? 30 29 sc 59 O. W. Prott ...... 30 28 sc 58 W. Harrigan ... 28 29 sc 57 ' I A,. S. Parsons ...' 26 29, % sc 55 C. McCloy . 26 27 1 54 F. Forrester ... 21 24 5 50 B Class.' G. Beadle . ? 30 28 7 65 B. Oswald .. ...... 28 24 , 7 59 p. Musgrave ...... 29 22 7 58 J. W.' Russell , ... 27 22 . 7. . 56 W. Presdee, senr... 17 9 10 46 W. Presdee, jn... 14 13 8 35 W. Stumbles * .... 14 12 9 '35 The jiext range is six hundred yds. 'on May 8th and 12th. The range will be available on Sat urday, April 17th, tfor shooting and every Wednesday until June. The following are the scores for Wednesday in the first competition shoot of the Wollongong Rifle Club, at 300ydf, 14 shots in two stage...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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THE STORYTELLER A Queen of Hearts CHAPTER XXIV. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 16 April 1915

THEStOHYTELLER AQueen of Hearts BY -' ' EV ELY 1ST EVERETT GREEN, CHAPTER XXIV. ??I think that likely, else wliy should he send for me ? :A; man of ilic law is only required by a man who has some deposition to make/ not but that .anyone would do who could write it down and read it over to him afterwards.' Queenie's 'brain was in a whirl ; her hands were closely clasped toge ther She was trying to grasp what. it. tall meant.- ? 'Hugh's name will be cleared, lie will not be a fugitive any longer. O, where is he ?' 'Gone already. There was just suf ficient time for him to catch uie train. He may be there before us, according as we get Miss Uresham to move and travel quickly. You ?will have to go with her.1* 'Of course. And let us take Patri cia, too.' 'By all meanst; indeed it would be \ T'ctter.l^ord Kavenscroft is in town | co-day ^ and ILady ilavenscroft ' went | - to Holmwood this morning, probab j ly she will remain the night. She was getting a little tired of the bo,at ; ' Will y...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

IF YOU SUFFER I ^K5^\ from J&f m ^g® 'TAKE | ? |H Tp! L-/-JC:' The dread of food because of the pains, that #;; * 4«BH T| p:*;£ follow, the dull weight in your stomach, the '$£?- zmeBm . i [-v?: windy pressure round your heart, are natural ;/?**- .^J^Hb * [?/**?? consequences of Indigestion. Good digestion is £-£ ' ^fjIB Ej*V- one of the best guarantees of sound, vigorous £-*?;£ ^fjjfiltf r;.';: health, while digestive weakness is certain, sooner £:%? 'thBe '? \:;£. or later, to cause suffering. Vou cannot be well ?£/.? 'fsfll ;f;'l; if your body is not properly nourished, and it can- £;*? fBgBil :';.?£ not be nourished if your food does not digest [£?; sm| 1-V/] perfectly. In such case you must become weak ?/;};? wRl j y.'-'i\ and ailing, subject to headaches, stomach pains, '';)''?. '9l| I :?//? biliousness, constipation, and discomfort after Kg; 'Warn I :''vi eating. If this is your condition, profit by the |&{: ' ijSS3 ; :*::'?; experience of the great host of pe...

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WOLLONGONG COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

W0LL0NG0N£ COUNCIL. Except Aldermen Payne and Sut ton, absent, from the district, all tho ' aldermen attended the ? usual siieeting on Friday evening. Correspondence. * Prom 'the .'Postal Department, per J*r. Burns, M.H.H., in reply, stating that the erection of fire alarm ttel.»» phones m Woilongong would be ccm^ pleted b3' 31st Moy. From the Department, itrreAdi^ to a loan of £500 being ohtained ' 1 y the Council. From 'N.W.l-.S. Club, iskinL? -or permit to play Association foot! iai' on the Green. Ditto, from Third jriJe League F.C.— Both granted. From Mrs. K. Morrisby, Keinvst; complaining of cattle in the Rt«'«ei. —To the Inspector, with \n**X\iz;lir.9 to stir up the impounder. From the Clerk t iere w ts a' Jeng -hy report of the Oo'Jlburn ?Jectri« light system There was also a report f*om tho Clerk on the main street or Gun' burn, which, it stated, hai beet brought up to *'i excellent a^d ?cleanly condition ny topdre^iHir wi«h tar and sand; he was infocupd t*o cost was not mor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

A Tonic for Dyspeptics I When food lies undigested in the- 1 stomach it ferments and gas forms. 1 This gas distends the stomach, pros- 1 ses on the heert, and the sufferer I has grave fears of hearty trouble. The- I disorder is really indigestion and is I caused by the digestive organs be- I coming too weak to do their ordin ary work. It is a condition that calls for a tonic. Dr. Williams Pink Pills, a tonic for the blood and nerves,, have been used with great' success in the treatment ot this forms of stomach trouble. Cold baths in the morning, followed by brisk fric tion with a rough towel, will help, as they stimulate the ^circulation,, but a tonic treatment with Dr. Wil liams' Pink Pills by building up th-* blood, restoring the nerve force and making the stomach able to do its work gives the most lasting benefit. With their use the appetite increases,, digestion (becomes normal and im provement in £he general health fol lows with certainty. You are trying no experiment ?when you...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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BULLI SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

BULL! SHIRE COUNCIL. : , £ At the meeting on Monday thefoi . lowing were present, Councillors J- Davidson (President), Tresidder, fRo binson, Coulson/ Harper, CottereU, 1 Kirtion, Wallace, and' 'Wynn. Correspondence., George Ijamb, Austinmer, wrote to : the effect that a difficulty had aTisen ; relative to the erection of a line of electric wires at Austinmer. The first cost estimated was &6, but when the account Was presented the amount vras £15 10s. On behalf otf owners of cottages concerned, the writer asked for an equitable solution/ oJ the difficulty.— Referred to Lighting Committee, to receive a report from Mr. Cram., Contractor. George A. March, ©n behalf of Mrs. .T . Ryan, *fhirr6ul, wrote intimating that Mrs. Itiyan was desirous of gel ting a footpath fronting her new hotel premises kerbed, paved, and guttered, and that she was willing to pay half the cdSt. Decided that . applicant be given permission, to carry out the work at her own expense. H. McXaoghton, lion, s...

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MOUNT KEMBLA. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

MOUNT KEMBLA. - * The mine has ten days for this ' pay, and is woi'king every day with good prospects. , 1 Messrs. Frost rBros., so long, haul' . ege contractors in Mt. Kembla, are , leaving. H. Brooks and Son, Mount Keira and Coalcliff, have got. the contract. A notice has been' posted at \ the mine, by Messrs. Frost uros., ?..'.??:'?? \ giving all their employees fourteen days' notice. Also, one by their suc cessors intimating that the employ ees will be re-engaged, if they so 'de- '^ sire; The Parents and Citizens' Assbcia ie making arrangements for Empire , Day. Two of the lady teachers who are leaving are to be tendered fare wells. Mr. ©. H. Brown' is getting a Sec ond Buick car to carry nine passen gers and driver. The car #rr ved in , Sydney on Wednesday last The Presbyterian congregation are arranging /a farewell to their Pastor, Mr. D. Genunell, and welcome $o/kis * , successor, Mr. Isaac Bogers, who jm comes from Narranderra. jtftM Mr. Bothani und family, recent ar- JJBM r...

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Carpenters' and Joiners' Annual Social. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

Carpenters' and Joiners1 Annual Social, r On Saturday evening the 'Amalga mated Society of Carpenters' and Joiners had their annual social in the Royal Alfred Hotel. Mr. a\ Simpson presided over a large gath ering. The toaat of 'The King'1 was duly honored, following which was that of 'The Executive Officers,' al ' So given fry the President. This wias replied to by the secretary of the Board of Management (Mr. Ncsvbury) who mentioned/ several branches as having obtained advances during the year. He thought the society was be coming an educative force amongst the workers; questions their, society had dealt with years ago were now ( being discussed by the trades uni ons. It was being realised that they could only niate material progress by political means. He commended ? the Workers1 Educational Society. it jwns, he continued, the policy of, the (executive of their society to encour. \ age branches to be as self-reliant as I possible, not to be looking to the centre. ^ Mr. Schute (ex...

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Send Off to the Troops [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

Send Off to the Troops I Mr. L. Deer, the offcial .aecrotary, .writes :— , , ' , , Public demonstrations are usually confined to the citizens ol Sydney, bo it was a happy thought On the r part of the organising committee — Mr. J. -H. Cann, Minister for Public ^ Works; Mr. Campbell Carmichael, and Colonel Wallack— to arrange iwith the . - Xiailway Commissioners for special trains to be run from , the country, In order that the relatives and '? . - ? friends of the departing troops might be given an ovportunity of joining in | the public farewell. A special train ' will leave Wollongong at 6 and one at 7 'on Saturday morning, calling at stations on the way. Saturday's demonstration has been ^ \ well organised, and the march of the '' \ troops should form a red letter day in the history of the State. Previ ous contingents have had to steal away 'without the pomp, of military ^ circumstance usually associated with ^ troops leaving for the wars. This f was unfortunately necessary at the ...

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WOLLONGONG COURT TUESDAY. Drunkenness Etc. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

? 'W^^§o01 . « Tvr.ujakennesa1.' Etc! S^9 (William Alkina was charged witlt ^ riotous behaviour at I'ort Kembla ; \ U§k also with using indecent language. ' h|!h He pleaded guilty, and explained; He Wk 4ad been sot upon by some blacUa, -$M and wo43 siiRply defending himseWf -W& Constable Sb*erville stated that AX. ' M kins was intoxicated; /He seemed io 'M have been set upon by the blacks.— |j| Fined 5s, or 24= hours for tfierlotoua '11 behavior, and for the language -JOg, j» or 14 days. ,JJ Billy Moore. ^,n aborigine, waa ^9 fined 2s. 6d or 24 hours for QrwnK ^ enneee at Port Kembla. s ^ Railway Breaches. : 1am Arthur Stanbrldge' pleaded guilty - ?« to smoking In a non-smoking earn- 5^ age.— Fined 10s, 6s costs, or 4 days. * 1§| Joseph O'Brien pleaded guilty to W trespassing, on the railways. The cas^ - rlj waa that he arrived at Wollongong, m and instead, o' passing through the |1 proper exit from the station he went ^ ^j through a- ience. Defendant explain- -- ^ ed he had...

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BULLI AND WOONONA [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

BULLI AND WOONONA For the pay this fortnight Bullji mine has nine days, and has worked full time this week. The new award rates to the surface hands will ope rate this pay, but a number of the workers , receive no increase whatever. The management . entertains the opi nion that there will be a. shortage of explosives for use in the very near future, as supplies are low, ,and the :. prospects for further shipments are not encouraging. By the death or Mr. S. R, Millard, postmaster, which occurred on MonT day lost, Bulli loses a gpod citizen — a man of unassuming disposition, yet, withal, one who had gained the esteem of a very large section of the tommunity. Be was sixty years of age, and leaves a wife, two sons and two daughters to mourn their loss. Deceased had forty years' service to bis credit In the Postal Department, his first appointment being in Wol longong Post Office. Afterwaids he com oved to Hylstoiie, where he offici n ted (Tor over twenty years. About eight years ago he ...

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ALBION PARK [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

? JtiftUHl PARK , I If he f ai^Mg; %&* in tti| local | mills? i Supply is biBCtitning more pronounced 'as each week comes round. #??- A cle .mantl has been made by the distri I buting coahpanies, calling in all night ? milk. The request has been cmu jplied wtith. in some instances, but i.the Jamberoo suppliers have not so far fallen into line. I Xow that the Jamberoo Cheese Factory is almost completed, a dif ficulty has arisen in the matter of a sufficient supply of milk. When the project was started there was a flush of milk, and dairymen were getting only three mil kings out of fourteen away. To-day^the position bos been reversed. The man on the land can get all his milk to the depot, and as he gets riinepence per gaWontfor it, it is hardly likely he is goin^r to have it converted into cheese at a cheaper' rate. The output of but ter has materially decreased at the local factories, being less than half than was the case a couple of weeks ago. At the Iliawarra Central Cream...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

A VALUABLEJNVESTMENT Save the loss and prevent the annoyance caused by Rusty Tubs by installing in the Laundry a set of RUST PROOF WASHING TUBS, which are practically unbreakable. , - We also stock an assortment of Elec trical Goods, including all necessaries Bells, Presses, Wet and Dry Batteries, Wire, and Medical Batteries. ' Inquire from us for anything you require H. Williams & Son, A.tcheson Street, Wollongong Phonk 42. Buggy Harness English Pattern, Solid Nickel Silver Mounts £4 15s, £5 5s, £5 17s 6d per set CHEAPER QUALITIES £3 3s, £3 15s, £4 4slV£4 7s 6d Riding Saddles £3 7s 6d, £3 10s, £3 17s 6d. Bridles— 7/6, 8/6, 10/6 Martingales 6/6, 7/6, 8/6, 10/6 Saddle Cloths 3/6 4/6 5/6 7/6 Any part of Harness sold separate. Miners Leather Belts 1b 6d, pOBted anywhere Bach Quality below Sydney Prices. Inspec tion invited. Terms arranged GEO. JOHNSON, Saddler, Thirroul. 48 years PRACTICAL Experience. Groceries Groceries are a necessity,* therefore QUALITY GOODS and BEDROCK PRI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

:??? ?????? ? '??;:?? -?..'.??:??? ?A^tm^^^'i^VT-VW^'Vv!--, ?'.'^^?'^V/^sJ - ?'; : ? #oi atieiidaiLQB at* Solli aiadL Wbllbjiffonc. ? ,-r - TO HOUSEWIVES. Before going elsewhere to buy, we extend Ho you a cordial invita tion to come and inspect our great Window DiBplfty of CROCKERY, GLASS WARE, and ENAMEL WARE/ the finest, on the South Coast. Everything ehown i8 of the latest and most useful design, the quality is, of. the best, and as you will see, the prices are moderate to an unsurpassable degree. / : Crockery | High-grade in de ) signs and shapes, ! which range from I the extremely use ful to the dainty and artistic from the most famous British Potteries. Our delicately - shaded Tea Ser ? vices are perfect j dreams. Just what I you want for your handsome little tea table. Splendid Stocks j for replacing. Glass Ware The finest ever imported. A splendid selection — Jam Jars, ' Tumblers, . Batter Dishes, Vases, all of the most modern make and design. Enamel Ware Really the latest a...

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Manifesto by German Socialists. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

Manifesto by German Socialists. The following circular has been is sued by the committee of the Xrer man Humanity League : Dear (Vnnrades, — Six anon ths have passed since our Government de clared war upon Russia, ' violated the neutrality of Belgium, -and plunged the nation into a devasta ting campaign now proceeding in three Continents without the .sligh test justification, as is amply prov ed by documentary ; evidence. Intho Reichstag absolutely false; explana tions were given. Social Democrats in a body failed to support JH\. Leibknecht in the honorable pro tests he made against the war cre dits. We are as sheep deserted by our shepherds. We bid you to -take ' courage to; carry on to the .utmost . .of '.your -power' the :pi'opaganda -of enlightenment, which , alone can ,' .wiiken the nation to; the peril; ot: trusting to. perjured niiscreants who have so basely deceived: Switzer land.^ truf jtp her mission, has re sisted all financial attempts to a^ low her railroads to' be used...

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St. Michael's Church, Wollongong [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

St. Michael's Church, Wollongong The annual vestry meeting was held in the Parish-hall 4. on Monday night last, when there was a largo number present. In his remarks the Rector . said he had not been in charge long enough to have a long report, but he hoped to be here and have a good report at the next an hual meeting. He pointed out the need for a second - curate. He said that more ventilation was needed in the Church and also the Parish-hall, and that there wias a necessity for a vestry in connection with the Church. He * thanked all members who hart worked and helped him while he had been here, especially those who 'ad helped him by acting as lay readers. The secretary (Mr. W. L. Scott), read : the annual report and halance l sheet, which were adopted as satis factory. ' . j The annual election of officers tor ; the ensuing year then took place w^th the following result : Church Ward ens, Rector's Warden, JVir. W. tlJ. f!cott; People's Wardens, Messrs A1. . 1511iott and W. B. Tho...

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CURRENT JOTTINGS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

CURRENT JOTTINGS We were informed a few weeks ago that the German Government was making a canvass for old copper. Ijater, the cable reports that a. house to house collection of old rubber is being made, even babies' comforters being thankfully received. Surely the German people arc not so blindly confident Jn tho Kaiser Government as to be unable to see in this resort ? situation becoming desperate ! . -\evv Zealand OFress correspondence reports prosecutions of bookmakers there, and comments that the book maker, although abolished by law, in the interest of the Totalisator, is ?stall prevalent. The iigures of the business done in j New Zealand by the Totalisator are ; very large, but only represent part of the indulgence in betting. The I other statistics for obvious reas. ons, are not available. Our experi ence here with the Totalisator would, 1 am sure, be on the same lines as , that of New Zealand. Wewould have both bookmaker and tote, and our betting figures would swell into sdm...

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WEEK BY WEEK [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

II % ?; ': week by week vt^^- ? -. ?-- ? ^^*^m MM* -*^^0* ' lH\ Mr Leslie Mailing, formerly o», pSv - The Cricketers' (Anns, -Woilongong, !^l- ' now runs the Edinboro' Castle Ho W-f'-'-' tel, Bathurst. ifRv--'. i ?? ? -*— ? ' ? '£&?'?''?? ! Next reservist drill in.. Wollongong itf^.'V is on Friday evening. On Wednesday I v afternoon there (will be shootingj ;v :; practice at six hundred yards. The Works Committee of Wollon gong Council are now in Sydney mak ??;? ing enquiries about roadmaking ma-v : chinery. On Tuesday last week the license of the Wandandian Hotel, Shoalnaven, was transferred from Mr. C. North cote to Mr. G-. Bolin. ? The I.C.K.. Association has pur chased a ^building site in Upper Crown-street, and intends having an office and board-room erected. — o — / The use of fish traps exceeding in length, depth and width, and having less mesh tuan specified in proclama tion, is prohibited. — o— Mr. «Tohn Smith, seaman, or the Caotatn Cook, is appointed pilot boatman...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

I Fashioii's Favourites ^T^tTT^3WCl^ ISIS :: AWAIT YOU AT I \ Walter Lance & Co.'s, [*? ?? .?-??? ??.-?'?' ? - ? ? i '\ . V : ? ? : ^:;-i *MW^Z'- ?..?.- '?? ' ? ??? ' ' . ' ???/ '? '.-.' ; ? In the variety of its Styles, jand in the Eichness of its Colourings, oar COSTUME DEPARTMENT^ % * is a-complete Exposition of all tlie Latest Novelties in Dress for the coming Season $, ' . ^ ? :: ? -y :i :\ . :i ?.??;;????/ ? 7 . . ? ?..?'?.??'? ' ? . '..-.?'. ' .' *l : Our STOCK of AXJTUM3J DE1SSE8 comprises some of the most Exquisite Creations in the newest and 0 , most lovely Materials *t — ° , % ^ y Note,, we keep in cldse and constant touch with, the Chief Fashion Centre*. If -you are particular to have 7f yonf Clothing right-np-tp-the-minute in' Style this means much to you. You ought to pay 'us a visit. U ': ? ???? ?v-''--: --'?'.' ? ' ? ??' .-??' ????- ????'? rf ' '??' '' ?? ' % ^ V; ':, ' '; . ?' - ?? ??-??' ???'?? ' ' . ? ?; ?- ?. New and Exclusive designs in LADIES' COAT and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

JUI)» & BESSELjL (TOM) (JACK) cWHEEL WRIGHTS & GENERAL BLACKSMITHS, Have taken over the BlaoTtBinithing Business in Ktehr* Strflbt from Mr W. Edwards: Mining Machinery and Farm Implements Made and Repaired. Horec-»hoeing, Tyre-cnttintr, Coachbuilding, and hlackemithing Work of all classes undertaken. - Bring along a Trial Order and you will be satisfied. OUR MOTTO : Good Workmanship at Seasonable Rates F. JONES, Chemist, Thirroul, BEGW to state that he has. RTCMOVBD to Larger and more ITp-to-date 'Premises \ NEXT TO Mr ROBINSON'S ESTATE AGENCY. Particular care has been devoted to the Dispensing Department, which has been fitted up with every requisite. His reputa tion as a careful and accurate Dispenter well known and recognised by local Medica Men and by many leading Sydney Medicos. The finest Drugs only are used, and tii charges most moderate, A large assortment of. Perfumes, Soaps, and Toilet Articles always in hand. Nyax'b Wobld-Fakbd Preparations ???* Always &am...

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