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St. John Ambulance. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

St. John Ambulance. The members of , the men's first-aid cities met at Towlo's refreshment rooms on Monday night to . r_eceive the certificates gained at the recent examination .held in the Ambulance hall, and to make presentations to the lecturer (Dr. John Kerr), ana the ambulance instructor (Mr. A. Simpson, senr.) The members of the Woliongong Ambulance Brigade, an Mr. J7 B. Nicholson, M.L.A., wtr also present. Kefreshments werepro: vided, and the company ? spent -an en* joyable. evening. Mr. O Sheppard presided. The toastj of the King was duly honored. That next in order being 'The Class Lecturer, Dr. John ^err? coupled with the name of Dr. W-. - Kerr, which waa: proposed by Mr. Stapleton and suppoi*ted by/Mr* L Burcher. The services of the instruc tors were acknowledged in terms of nigh appreciation. Dr. J. Kerr, per his brother, was presented with a gold-headed Malacca cane. Dr W. B Kerr responded, The toast' of 'The instsuctor, 'Mr. A. Simpbon,' v,as= proposed by Mr A1 O. Leep...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

THIS TOUCHES YOUR POCK-IOT. The attention of our readers is called to the new size bottle of Mo ther Seigfel'e Syrup advertised in bur columns. Contrary to the pre vailing tendency to increase prices, this alteration in the size is made entirely to the advantage of the consumer and will be much appreci ated by the many users of this pop ular family medicine, which has nekl its own in the Confidence of the Aus tralian public, and in fact In every English speaking country throughout the world, for over forty years * TRY THIS HOME RECIPE fOR COUGHS AND COLDS. SAVES 10/-. By a Qualified Chemist. ' Thfe following recipe for cdughs and , colds is used in thousands qf'liomes. It gives quick relief from troublesome colds, acts quickly in clearing the head, promptly e$ses sore throats, whooping coughj croup, bronchitis, asthma and other stubborn colds, and saves 10/- for your pocket Into a jug' put four tablespoonfuls of sugar or honey, three of treacle, j two of vinegar, and a large breakfa...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Eden: Impressions of a Visitor. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

, Eden : Impressions of a Visitor, ' The 'Biev. Dr. T,uomey, of Sydney, is at present the guest of the Kev. Father Walsh, of Pambula. On Fri day afternoon he motored to Eden. In an interview he gave us his im pressions of this district. 'Well, doctor, what do you 'think] of Bden?' we inquired. I 'l think that you possess the real Brighton of N.S.W., was the reply. The first view I got of your charuir ing bay from the heights overlooking Bden was a revelation to 'me. Nest ling under the beetling rocks of'your majestic' coastline . the harbor of Eden is to the unsuspecting visitor a real surprise packet. I have heard a:good deal about JDden. Even the very name is suggestive of beauty, but the re ality is certainly j beyond anything 1 had expected. ''Winat gives1 Eden opportunities that puts it beyond comparison with any other watering place in NVS.W1., is its delightful climate. It would be difficult to surpass ypur climate in any part of the world. Certainly it beats any other seasid...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

i*adjes '?! If you are suffering from Indiges tion, Rheumatism, Piles, Headaches, Backache, Constipation, Nervous ^ Breakdown, or any ol those weary ing, dragging pains 'which undermine the whole system, do not hesitate about seeking ^our advice. We mal-e no charge ior consultation, and you will incur no obligation by calling. If unable to call for a personal in terview, send for our special consul tation form, which will be ppsted to anyone who writes for it to DePt 70, Ladies', College of Health, 54 Oxford^street, Sydney. ** He that Tiath learned to obey will know how to command. * *— — __ ? , — f i ? ? Mr.i.H, Walker Dental Surgeon, 0B0WN STEEKT, W01L0NO0KG Telephone 88. '? ?-'*': :.ii'?3 «-''.*i'.-:-* '?'''.'If ?;:''? ^K '?'.?? ?'„? ?. .,???.-''- ? ? : ...... ; Smart ???^ Millinery —AT — Lowest Prices Marcus Clark's ARE SHOWING THE LATEST WINTER STYLES Millinery & Showroom GOODS. ALL YOUR REQUIREMENTS m THESE DEPARTMENTS' CAN NOW BE Reliably and Promptly Served SPECIAL S...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Entertainments CROWN PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

Entertainments , crown piaruiuss. Last Monday evening's programme was begun with views of ' Central India in kiiiemacblor, -making most realistic views. There was begun a eerial picture, VThe Adventures of -r Kathlyn.' The Heroine is a daughter of a gentleman who has, been hunt ing in India, and has ingratiated '.' , ; himself so' with the ruler of a native ; '.: State as to be named' in the last will and testament as heir to the ;?.. throne; he , doesn't want the position and has left the country and is liv ing at home with his family. He ! gets a call from the Rajah to go out again and see him, which he re- ' sponds to. A message comes to , the family for one to go out.^which is noted by an Indian servant who is very much of an adventurer and villain, lyathlyn goes out. The In dian servant goes out, too. This in stalment ends with Kathlyn flying from a suttee rite in ijwhich ishe was doomed to be the, principal, on the back of a mad elephant. Th1'*' ere some wonderful scenes in th...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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SCARBOROUGH [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

SCARBOROUGH Duimg the week the South Clifton and Tunnel Collieries have been working without interruption. For the iiay,-,:th«' forimer mine has seven days inf. while the latter, owing to disputes, hae but six days. L*ast Tuesday representatives of -the tsur ?face. hands at! the Tunnel Colliery had an interview, with a representa tive of. the proprietors, with a view to arranging more , equitable condi tions for certain classes of work. There were indications that a 8Qt isfactory arrangement would be ar rived at. The coke trade at South Clifton is better now than for some months past, large consignments be ing despatched to Broken Hill and Newcastle. Mr. D. G-cinmell, ,for some time past Presbyterian minister in tho Mt. Kewibla-Uhanderra charge, ? has accepted an invitation to the .Scar borough-Thirroul charge, and will on ter upon his duties in a week's time. Mr. P. C. Johnston and Mr. Jas. Chapman have been mainly respoia( , Bible for re-lonming the CliftonScar boroujrh Town Band,...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

R. H. HOWES, Tobacconist, Hairdresser, Stationer, etc. The best Brands of Tobacoos, Cigars, and Cigarettes always in stock A splendid assortment of^Pipea, Cigar ana Cigarette Holders, Tobaoco Pouches, Perfumes, #»to. I have a large assortment of Toyi, Post Cards, Stationery, and all kinds of School Requisites, Novels, etc. Have a Look at our Windows. Don't Forget Oar Saloon For a First-Gloss Haircut , and Easy Share. Grown Street, Wollongong A Future Unprovided lor is a Future Feared. An A.M.P. PQUCY will - Provide. CAMPBELL STREET, ARCADE STORES 1 (Lah F. O, WISEMAN), ? \ IB CROWN STREET, 11 WOLLONGONG. 9 General Drapery, I Clothing, I Mercery, I Ladies' & Gent's Boots. i — I : ?? '??? I FEW & FASHIONABLE GOODS 1 ARRIVING DAILY. M Try my two Special Blends in Teas. I RED LABEL ,....,' ...... 1/8 \ -9 BLUE „ .....; ? 1/6 jl A. WINGROVE. Proprietor 1 REDUCTION IN PRICES I of . ... ? ? *;? Ford Cars. I :? ! . — :??.?? ; ?, ' 1 ????'?'??? ' ? ? ? $'? Owing to the increa...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Letters From Egypt. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

litettelrs Fi«m EaTrt.' Private W. (Upton writes to his' brother George (Wollongong)j from Siena Carnp, as follows: — -'¥pu were saying that 'Egypt must ? he a Ip'tely place. Well, * you are right there: Inhere are trees planted in all the main streets in . ~airo, but the back streets, as they tall them, are six or seven feet .wide, and they are in a filthy stata. i.ue ¥ road tfrom Giza to the Pyramids has *? ' the tram alongside, and the trees i- are planted on both sides. It is a ^ beautiful drive of five miles on Jev»u c* road, and €fie motors do spin aj i ! Jong. There is no speed limit &ere, so that .mil give you a -*ea of r what it is like. But when jou |get ^ in the desert ! Well, it is awful ?; * there is always a very dry uea% it vt is not like the heat in A'WrPaita, and when you have done about h *'? hours out on the' sand, xyoa teel ;'* J«st about burnt -o death. We rn»es \r the bush life here; it maKes «s feel I proud me belong to such a country f. as sunny Newi ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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NORTH COAST NEWS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

NORTH COAST NEWS Preaching at St. Carthage's Cathe dral last Sunday night, Dr' Carroll, Roman Catholic Bishop of Lismore, announced his intention of appealing to the people of the diocese to clear away the remainder of the debt on the Cathedral, amounting to X947S. (Al homestead Jarm. Area, containing 3 16 2 acres, in the county of Fenton, 10 miles from Borrigo, will be made available for settlement on and af ter May 3rd next. » Mr. E. Bray, who until recently was' dairying at Spring Grove (Ri.R.) has enlisted for the front. He was given an enthusiastic send off at the Channon. Up to Saturday last the following applications for Crown lands in the Casino I^and District were lodged :— T. 33. McQuinn, sp.l. 17£ acres, Par ish Wyndham, county Rous; 'A!. Tay lor, Cr.l. 2200 acres, block F, parish Hongkong, county Drake. Coff's Harbor development scheme is included in the schedule of works to be carried out under the Norton Griffiths agreement. Sales at auction of the Tomki es tate (Casin...

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Kembla Grange Races [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

Kembla Grange Races Delightfully fine ajttd cool weather prevailed for the 'April sneeting of the Kembla {Grange Hieing Club, which claimed attention on this club's well-appointed and picturesque, course on Tuesday afternoon last. Despite the fact that there has been almost a surfeit of racing in the metropolitan area during the past I jew weeks, the attendance ,wias well up to the average, which would in dicate that sportsmen— «,nd punters, in particular— never seem to tire of witnessing th* galopers in action, and, inctdentally, trying their lU'k at picking winners. The sporting side of the entertainment served. »:p on Tuesday may be said to be in every way flattering to the work v»l ' the handicapper (Mr. P. Wilkinson), inasmuch as the fields, with one «r tuo exceptions, were large, -while the majority of the events Wer«?\€ry keenly fought out tat the finish. The ball was set rolling with tKe Maiden Handicap, and out pt *2 entries there were but :o«r w'.ih drawais. Mr. R. O'Conno...

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

Mrs A. E. BARRETT Dressmaker & Milliner, Next Book Kiosk, Thirroul, Milliner j Class Wednesday. '

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

Children's Ills I - ' ? . j The first thing a mother should tlo i when her little one is feeling out of ! sorts is to give a s&fe opening me dicine. In nine cases out of ten it -is j all that is needed. A slight obstruc tion in the, bowels ^nay cause -an alarming rise in temperature; a .cold often comes on with feverishness, andb a little over indulgence in good things will cause biliousness. There ?is no better ren?edy for the every ; day ills of children than PinKettes, j the new laxative. Children like to take them, because they are small and dainty, and will act freely with out causing sickness and griping. Sond for a free trial sample to the Dr. Williams1 Medicine Co., Sydney, mentioning 'The South Coast Times,' or get, a full-sized shilling bottle from your dealer. * ' W.J.WILLIAMS Builder and Undertaker, j '*-— THIRROUL I Funerals Conducted in any part of the district. TEL. 78, BULLI Ho need ^ BOOTS. I Ali^s p to BL&C^ j Street, WoUongqng. My prices are lower ...

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Tasmanian Collieries SEVERE SLACKNESS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

I v; Tasmaniao CoIUeries - SPHERE BtAiOKNlSSS. For ; various reaBons, the Mount Nicholas and Cornwall Collieries, in the Fingal district, Tasmania, are /only working half-time at' present, and the oamings of a number of the - - miners are thereby correspondingly .small. This matter has ]beeu brought under the notice of Mr. ' Lyons, Min ister for Railways; by Mr. -J. G. Becker, M.HJil., vMlo has represented to him that now that they are only ' working three or four 'days a week:, some of the miners with families have a difficulty in making both ends meet, particularly as in some cases the sons who helped to keep their homes going are away with the «Xn pcditioiiary forces. Mr. Becker stated that he understood that the* heiwing-, rate for coal was 3s- ljd per ton and that the miners when at swork were able to hew from three to four toas per day* In order to relieve the sit uation be suggested that the (Bail' way. Department might make * tem porary reduction in the freight off coal, and...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Wollongong Mails. Arrivals and Departures MAILS ARRIVE AT [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

' Wolloiigoiig Mails. Arrivals and Departures MAILS ARRIVE AT dam. from Nowra, Shellharbour Unajnderra, Dapto, Albion Par.*., Kiama, Berry 11.10 a.m* from Balgownie, Fairy Meaedow, Beilambi, Dulli Rail way, Thirroul, Helensburgh, Clifton, Corrimal, Sydney, Scar-- borough. 3.30 ;p,m'. from Nowra. 4.25 p.m. from Balgowinie,, Fairy Itfeadow (Wednesdays excepted\ Helensburgh, Sj^dney. 6 p.m. from tSt. Keira, Keiraville 6 30 p^m Port lvembla, Figtree, Mt. Kembla; Kembla Heights. 7.15 p.m. from Sydney, Woonoha,. Bulh- *' 7.30 p.m.. from ?' Shellharbour^ Unan- \ derra, Dapto, Albion Park, ! Kiama, Duninore, Gerrmgong, 9pm Corrimal MAILS CLOSE AT 8 a.m. for Port Kembla, Mt. Keira, KeiraviUe, Figtree, Mt. Kem bla, Kembla Heights, 8 15 am for Ba'leowme, Fairy Meadow, Bulli., Railway, Helens burgh, Clifton, Wbonona, Corri , -mal, Sydnev. Scarborough. 10 am for Nbwra, Shellhafbour, Unanderra, jDapto, Albion Park, Kiama, Bunmore, Berry.. 10.15 a.m. for Sydney. %4Si..-._ p.m. ior Balcownle, Fairy...

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

[?] Wp»i---i«on% 3p-t- got blown m m the B l*«|»nant tfSoinpetttton. on f-«J- , urdav la^t ^-y S^th !A«T»field, W the; lAshfield Green, 'The cwta ha« start^G, on the President's troplay' cowpeti tions. f

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

f 1T3IGOW. - A novel sijrbt for- Lithgosr, ;wias witnessed oh the Bo wenf els-road, . a ladj astrjde a motor evele to ?which was attached a sidecar, in which tne hubby was complacently seated .as befitting the superior male And tha lady was going some, too. On .the same 'afternoon a soortin«r Partv of fouj ladles «as encountered on *bo Bathurst-i'oad. This is uiuloubterj.lv the age of the woman1 — 'Meicury The local coal trade it is lUCasing to note, continued last week « o ^how slight improvement, while the «1e niand was y?ore definite than for some time past Smce the holidays the truck supply has been good unM vet. lei day, whon it was not equal to the demands.— 'Mercury.'

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

4*- I SpiBGEi t^Jo. Ibe ^taserit at tnc J&sg fa %eettn|r mtTattersall's ^R»^ ItoWco^ nV&tis the N S,W. ^ec -lir- 6tejplich Xiynch), Messrs. ?' *^rvrf0n| ip$4* to an fint^uetastlJJ

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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NEWCASTLE NOTES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

NEWCASTLE NOTES i i hmese boxer, Taggie lrun^had a match Idit wte'- With i^iliam, 20 iounds The latter ^as declared' the vmnei, after a contest m Which the Con'tician showed some skill, ano also much good huinor Newcastle Council leceived the tn cular 'Oquebt of Aichdeacon Bovr*. Ptesident of the V8H Tempera ice \Uiance, to erect drin mg ioua- iins, ,ind decided to comply to the extent of electing two at a cost of X9 '--s each. leralba J'1! ogress k Association is asking' the Works Department to Pro vide for making a path from Teralba across the TiVe Ifolands This it is tajd, 'would be an advantage to the town, and also rehe e unemploy ment due to the slackness of the lo _cal colhends Afoprmam and Veatb Collieries liea'ed the Ust last vieek of -workang da\s with seven cldvs ITor tlie pav Pela\n ^lain had six days, and Stan rord Merthyr 5^, Hel^burn had -H It ib stated that the cauhe of slack ness is lacV of shipping facilities Singers ha^e nade a st,irt with the tunnel on the newly ...

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

CRICKET. In the last round or the compett tion Bulli defeated TLatceTsiior, scor ing 129 and five lot 100, against 143 sand 85, and Kelra forfeited' to fort Kembla; Wollongong and Flin ders not playing, * The points now are*— Bulli and Port Kembla, 19& each ; ©xcelsior 13, Wollongong, Kelra and Flinders,. 8 -eadi^ ^JBpliV a»S Port Kembla -witi com tnenfee the final on the Green next ^A$4ay, and *ili continue on Pay f' toys until played ottt. MeBBrs. Fot^ ^ttegher^y jare^he urn Junior tJjoiiip, Jiap co&cluded', itdlt winnens*^

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

OUCHESNE fLara SIMPSON) Wollonfcong -0pj?D8ite ^ommera^ Bank) for tWiatefet Newfepppere, Magazines t Stsitinhnrv of all 'descriptions to mit t i : - BOOKS - One alike finJSfetfcoIleoiaon of 4wojtf oirfsiae Sydney? « ^Bept i&o$u»r6, ;Neatly BDuna, anatsnltable lor Prizes and tbe library - XlW©l-IJOBBf!NEvoji**r4prfprlireTOpap«r^ enathey will be 4efiyfe'rea early and regular ^

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