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

A Stir fttnou' Removing Timber ifrom JOl Bloomfieia will be proeoouted. Fred. Daviee, Corrimal , . i A POWERFUL and Comfortable Oat for , A Hire. Tourists driven to all parts of the - District. Pic-nio Parties arranged. Ex ? perienced Ohafieur. R. 0. Barbee, phone 200, Wollongong AE. BALL, Woonona, Licensed Plumber . and Water Fitter. Estimates given. r ' ? ?' '' ? ; ? J TJ ANQTJETS, Birthday Parties, Dinners, JD Wedding Breakfasts, and all kinds of up-to-date catering done by Howarth's /'CLEANLINESS, Civility, Attention, and \-J a first class three -course dinner at r Howarth's for Is I 'PlON'T for/ret the price of Bacon at Mark's [ LJ is Best Cuts 10|d per lb, Boiling Cuts §£d per lb, Bashers lid per lb THDISON April Records. Phonographs JJ- and Repairs. Crook's Uptothe - Minute Music and KocUk Store FOE Sale, Two Secondhand Sulkies and Light Oart, cheap. Dwyer's Coach - Factory ' . FOB Sale, single-seated hooded Buggy, in thoroughly good order. R. D. Fitz gerald, District Enginee...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

Grey Hair f ;*; j Tbe world bad waited for nuuijr, T * many weary years for a re-* medy for grey hair. At lasjfc' '' it has 'been discovered. Jt is a wonflerful compound called it Surmanol, and how amazing it is.* In a few short v-eek$ t~ , Surmanol will remedy the * jfreyest, whitest hair,^ and £. ( ; \ bring every thread, right from & \ X root to tip, back to its old H , - ~) pretty original black, brown, lf V ' light btpvm, -golden, red ( ^»r vy$ - r other colour. You then leave . ? * * » off iiBing Surmanol for ever, v bec&UBe so- long as life UptB' * - , that greyness can never return. / It is npt a dye or stain. You , / ,^ use Sunnanol, and 4oon you'll toy 'Good-bye, «glr jtrey hair — good-bye, old hair dve.' r * Price, 6/- (pogtage, id. extra), from The Edgeworth JLabora- ' toiies, Hoffnung's Ohambers, » , 163 Pitt , Street, L Sydney, N,S.W. When writing de scribe hair troubles -fully. bbSbVMbbSHbbVbbVHHHHHMHHbI ' ' *-, ' - ! t1* ?. K ' I 1 ^iJ

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

New South Wales Government Railways March of Troops of the Expeditionary Force Throngh Sydney, Saturday, April 24tb. CHEAP EXCURSION TRAINS. TnXCURSION TICKETS at the rate of A2A 2d per mile First- olass return and Id per mile Second-class return will be issued to Sydney only by train leaving Wollongong at 6 a.m. on Saturday, April 24th, available for return on day #f issue only, by; any train. . Hand-bills giving full particulars maybe obtained from Stationmasters. { ?By order. J. S.SPURWAY, Secretary. « TO BUILDERS. fpENDBRS will be received by me up to X Wednesday, 12th May, for the Erec tion of Weatherboard Cottage. Barella-street, Wollongong. Plan and Specification at my officer* J. A. FORD. Architect.

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

?!X~ CAMDBN1. *£*? Stock sa es last week — %^,' Pis^ —There was an improvement ffjk. in the Ibices of the pens suckers ?&£j b» ought to 15s, porkers to &2 2/6 ^~ ' Fats ; John Lakeman Woodlands, two =- ' heifers, Durhaitj, £7, one do' 4-6 bs , ]^ two bullocks £7 8s, two dQ. 1*7 10s [ two do £9 7s ^ - * M Ilowlett, Brlngellv, thiee cows *£6 Us three ditto &5 3s, one do t ^fi 10s one red heifer i-4 |r R Tftmle Camden. -two cows &6 I -y 6s heifer £5 4s . |^~ I^utteiley, C'tovrn cow, i,*- 17s £ 'X -7a*- Mcafinn, Oobbfttv, two cowi5 J^ cmpt-,'^5 l«s, bull, 'Ayrshire, ii3 is P5 . cow £7 * &T _ Trannifoid C town, -bullock i-7 3g fctr* steer ^s i7s fci?1* -Jeorge Richardson,, Narellan- jard fev^ ** ?of six hfrs one color, £5 Ws , ^J Bi aitliwaite, Hoxton Park, 2 Jer ®f*'- »sey bull calves with Pedigrees, Er.% 5s, bl^ck c^r, LI Ss f^Ve, '* Bucklev, Appm, t-ull, ^1 15s jg^l BrigSs, Jersey bull, i-6 17s 6d, one |$ ^ ^«w, i3 , - P% Keanp Ingleburn, 4 hfrs...

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

[?] ^^ f -'urse Sorter Xfejtty) come »oroe 1111 ?*: ^ ^hs «^^ 4ay to *id *«f ^ople ^a?!,. I'lurope. iliss Porter has been on th6 : staff at Prince Alfred Hospital, ai».l was granted leave of absence to po to the war., i

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PAMBULA. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

UK* - puamBuiiA.. ^^7^ 3ar. Via Cole, Sofcfch EamfeiOa,. bfls-J HpT'^ disposed ot hit? butcoerlng wisyie&-- ^^^^ ^o.Slr *&.& G«oVgef who ti&eB-o^sr ; H^ ^ charge oa-IBky l?t ** ^ * _, - ?B^L?-' air. Bfiin^to»js.|iaotor -$ar |M»£SBdA ^^y^ \hroUgh^rpfii Yw4ib«ait with u load ?Pl^ * to Wall 'aa^. 3M»rad|aiit tmd Mrs. .

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE STORY TELLER A Queen of Hearts CHAPTER XXV. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 23 April 1915

THE STORYTELLER 1 A Queen of Hearts DY EVELYN EVERETT GRljlEN, CHAiB'TIJJR XXV. 'So I played the spy on him as opportunity, served. If I thought he was rip to inlschief I Hept myself in formed. That was how it came about that after that all-night revel, 1 came in upon half a dozen of thet jn the raornin.g; flushed with the win^. ' and play, making this silly wager as to whether Hugh could counterfort his uncte'% signature so that it cou'd not be detected at the bank. 'I listened greedily. Here, ' so I ( liought, was tiie opportunity for me I to put- a «po'ke in Hugh's' wheel th*i. I our uncle might, giye_: tQ ifie tlje. pre I fcrence * which hitherto he had shown l ijiofe markedly Tor Hugh. ;_- ' I 'I saw and heard aU. I professed I to try and slop the folly, but knew I I was doing this by taking a top.3 r towards Hugh th-t would only egg K Ji im on «. He banked at the fap\e bank - a« our uncle, he :got out his cheque | l)ook and soiJ'e power. He had deft. j : , clever finger's;- an...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 30 April 1915

Paling's Pianos, ? Easy Terms ? — LOCAL AGENT— PIANO AND 0B6AN TUNING, AND |*e(J WOO*! REPAIRING A SPECIALIST . 1 ? ? ___ THE MUSIC STORE 'PHONE' 134 UPPER CROWN- ST. WOLLONGONG I I 'Dr. WaughV ' U«e it, and your ^ j || ' cooking will alway* be A.I., and Cakes ffwia II and Puddings lovdy everytime. jj Ml Try the new tin with patent lever lid. 'jjff Oft 1 There's my Back again. ' It's been troubling me for \\\h« The moBteflieotive and harmleiss cure for mKSmEdh 4^^' Backache^ and out-of-order Sidneys is WISEMAN'S BACKACHE AND KIDNEY PILLS j Just take one or twb before Breakfast for ' ® ?ew &*ys; ! you wiJl get ^relief, -as these Pills flush the Sidneys when they are cloggbd, stimulafcingtheni to normal lUW activity, und the price is only 2s per box. ' 1|||m It will pay you to get a box to-day, .. r W, J. WISEMAN/ ii.p.s., ' The Careful Chemist/' ?a.' .? ... .; ???«.. t. v' ?-, . ??.«. \,w ,r : : \, . . „ ' .?????..? ' t; * ? -t': r' / - ' : : - ^ . T'^' Ji..

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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WOMAN'S WORLD HOUSEHOLD MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 30 April 1915

WOMAN'S WORLD HOUSEHOLD MEMS. Practice alone gives the confidence and experience necessary to turn out good pastry. It is what might be termed a 'mad trick' ' to put clothes round the fire to dry, and then go to bed and leave them. A spark may easi ly fly out of the fire and set them alight. , J ? 4 * ? j To. preserve patent leather shoes and hoots clean with a Tag dipped in milk, then polish with a Piece ot old velvet. This prevents the leather tfroiu cracking. * * ? * ? Ai simple way to cover preserves is to cut the required size of tissue . paper and trail it tli rough a little milk in a saucer, and cover. When dry it will be quite firm and air tight. j fc m w V Table cloths and sheets ' should be taken off the line before they are quite dry; then folded smoothly and laid on one side to be ironed during next day. » * * * When ironing serviettes after wash ing, dip them in CToTIing water, then ?wring between two \vejl-starclied cloths, and iron with a very hot iron. This gives the...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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THIRROUL [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 30 April 1915

THIRROUL The fBKcelaior Colliery is working ' continuously and prospects ore saitl to be good. - J | Mr. H. Price, postmaster, has been. J seized with, an attack of rheumatism and has been compelled to take a holiday. j The Protestant denominations here are holding a united service on the 23rd' May, the proceeds of which are to go to the Belgian Fund. 'Ad dresses will be delivered by thedif lerent ministers, and the Citizens' j Forces, and the Thirroul Band will also render assistance. W. Newton, a. miner employed . at ' the Excelsior Colliery, sustained ra- | ther serious injuries on Monday last j through a. skip of coal running over him. He Was conveyed to the Bulli Hospital. The ladies here continue to work hard in the interests of the Belgian fnind. Mr. Walter Hughes, furniture manufacturer of CJlcbe, has donated to Mcsdames Eagles and Higgjns, a handsome oak armchair/ which is to be disposed of by art union 'n aid of the fund. A gold medal will be given to the child, fourteen y...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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NEWCASTLE NOTES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 30 April 1915

NEWCASTLE NOTES ' The Ci.B.F. will urge On the 'Gov ernment the passing of the Caledoni an Coy's. Cessnock to Cockle Creek railway bill on the ground that it will provide much needed employ ment. The population of Dudley is in creasing. Lately a~ number of min ers Arrived from Canada, and have succeeded in obtaining work at the local collieries. The maioritv of the j men are married. Some have ' suc ceeded in bringing their wives and families out, and those of others are expected here at ' /an early date. Dudley mine is working well. Bur wood Extended is also working re- i ? gularly. Burwood ' is only working a little better than half-time. I The West Wallsend miners have ap pealed to the 'delegate board for as ' sistanee. The slump in the coal trade has been such that, it is said for the past sixteen weeks West Walls j end has only worked 29f- days. Tho number of men thrown on reduced ( time is 350., A motion to vote £500 for relief was lost by two votes. I The unpleasing condition...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 30 April 1915

Attention - is -directed to an adver tisement in this issue .notifying- the publtfe that the HoUongong A.H. f * . I. Association have been, successful in arranging for , a pruning demonstra-. tiofc to * be carried out by the De* , partment of Agriculture. This 'will be conducted at Mr. John Porter's or chard, Mount Keira, on Wednesday Afternoon ^next at 2 p.m., by t^ie As sistant Fruit Expert, ? Mfw J . iBryant, .and it is to' be hoped tW good attendance will ; be present ol thoso who are interested.

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Letters From Egypt. From Private W. Oyston:— [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 30 April 1915

Letters From Egypt, From J'rivate W. Oyston ; To his brother George (Wolion gong), dated from Mena Camp, 17 tlx March 1 have received all your papers. i think Uunner Lewis and. the others are stretching things ' a little. You see in the papers where there are 120,000 troops in our camp, including Australian, N .Z-, and English. Well in our camp, we have only got Australian troops and there are no Canadian troops here in , Kgypt. There are about' 150,000 j troops in all J^gypt, some on me I Canal, and the rest quartered all over the place. j It is stated we have to go armed, i as it is not safe. 'Well, I way state . to this we are not allowed to even take our bayonets out unless op duty. About the wasters, as he' calls them, well I don t know what ho , means by that ; about two Per Cefit j of thet troops have led a fast .life, and been having a little too 'much drink, but I don't see why he should stretch it and have more condemned as that won't give Australians a j good name, and ot...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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No title [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 30 April 1915

X^ondon . College of Music ]#te entri- . i- 5 es ior June^ jQxamiiiation are to be ? an on May ist. L(. Parsons, hon. sec. ^tifle Club drill to-night. lA. sugges tion has been made by, some of the members that rifle practice be Held ^ on Sunday®, v, . .1

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 30 April 1915

Grey 4t&iir. : I What good— what glorious news for gicy-haired folk is - this. (Grey liair ran at last be permanently remedied. Suriuanol is a wonder ful English compound, which lias - the ortraordiaary 'power of bring ing the. greyest, .whitest hair back to its original pretty natural ' colour. Note well, we foef? of you; , . tha*' Sunnanol will do this Avitliin ? - a lew weeks, and then you leave off using it for ever, because bo lont; as rfid, warm blood ia in' ydur vfing tliat greyness can never ? return, Why keep on , with liair1 . %cs when a .few short weeks' use ? J of-- Sprmanol will remedj; your grey hair for ever? 'Use it, and . epoh (. you'll ; say 'Good-bye, ugly arey hair' — good-bye, old hair dyes.' : Price, 6/» (postage, id. r^tra)vfroin The Edgeworth Labo- . ifbtories, Hoffnung's Chambers,- 163 - ' -- J :4ffa/'&&t,';Sy4ney,:'-l&.W,: © 6- „ ; . ffeeribfe';- :M|i' , troubles fully- ..when ; - writing. - , - '-J Mack'sHospital FURNITURE a...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 30 April 1915

TENDERS. THE CHANCE OF A LIFETIME ONE OF THE BEST DAIBY FABMS ON THE NORTH COAST, IN * , DUNQOG DISTRICT. / T^O Lease from July 1st, 1915, for a f* Term of 4£ years. Area 530 acres. Nice Home (Weatherboard), six rooms all outhouse conveniences etc., appertaining to an up-to-date dairy. 250 Acres of this area is first class agri cultural land. Sixty acres are now under s a splendid crop of lucerne. Permanently running River through the Property, «1«o ^ three good Darns. Securely fenced, and divided into 10 paddocks, 6 of which are ' first-class graBB paddocks, the balance be- ' ' ^ ing all cultivation paddocks. A couple of choice spots are planted with orange treeB. \ i % A clear £750 a year in oranges alone, as a -? . s;|| sideline to work, m conjunction with dqiiy ing and agriculture. . , ' ^ - Thi? land is known as the best oats, lucerne, and dairying land in the Dungog district. Sure income of £2000 per year for right ? man if properly worked. Average rain- ^ fsiif fall forjpast ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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COLLIERY SCREENINGS BELL COAL LEASES, LITHGOW. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 30 April 1915

COLLIERY SCREENIN&S BELL COAL LEASES, L1TH130W. The application of Messrs. Sands anil Lazarus for suspension of labor conditions for six months on their v, coal leases -at Veil was heard. Harry Brisbane Jamieson, accoun tant, of Sydney, said that he was/ . the authorised agent of the lessees-. They held the leases since De cember 6, 1909, and had spent in mining operations smce that date, £719. The mining operations consis- 4 ted of cutting a tunnel of about 150 v V feet and making roads and tracks to the railway station for the Carrying of coal. They applied for six months' .suspension of labor condit ons on the ^ ground that owing to substantial ex- - penditure in connection with the leas es they were temporarily unable to ' continue the work. The lessees had. ; been informed by- competent mining experts that thirty thousand Pounds , would have t0 be spent on the leases before the mine could be brought to ' a producing stage. They had made attempts to raise capital * both ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 30 April 1915

BIRTH McKflNZIE—Maroh 29, at ' Inverness,' ' ' Smith's Hill, Woliongong, to Mrand Mrs W. A. MoKenzie, a son. Funeral Notice IIABEjRLEiY. — The friends and rela tives of Mr. Jacob Haberley are kindly invited to attend the funeral of his late loved wife Mary lAam, to leave the residence, Gray Street, Woonona, this Saturday afternoon, ' for the Church of England General Cemetery, Bujli.— Osborne and Son, Funeral Directors, Wpllongong, and Bulii. 'Phone, 53 W'gong; 29 Bulli. In Memoriam Notices CAISLEY — In loving memory of our dear broth er-in -lfew, Wrilliam JSI. Oaisley, died May 3rd, 1914, He bade no one a last good-bye, Be waved his band to none, ( His spirit fled before we knew That from us he had gone. Inserted by Ada and William Orphin. OAISLBT— In loving remembrance of my beloved husband, and pur dear father, William M. Oaieley, who died May 3rd., 1914. There is one link death cannot sever, Loving remembrance lasts for ever. Inserted by hiB affectionate wife and chil dren, Stan...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 30 April 1915

H. S. jPreece Red Cross Store, ©pp, Public School, Thirroul DESIRES to notify the Residents of Thirroul and (surrounding district that he has purchased the abore store, lately carried on by Mr A. Webb, and by strict attention to boBiness, and Goods at Sydney Prices hope to receive a fair share *f business— one trial order will do it Orders Collected and Delivered Daily. Give him a trial and encourage local enter- . prise. j ? 272- ? Is the Boot I am specialising in. WHY? Well, I sold it to a number of ' Rough on Boots'' men last year, and the wear they got out of those Boots surprised them — they said so! It did not surprise me. You see these boots are made specially for me, and I know what quality leather they were made of. That's why I was not surprised. % They are made of good quality Calf for the uppers. They are unliried, and have wide welts extending right to the heels on the outside, and the soles are stout Australian leather. The Boot is comfortable because it is, made to fi...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 30 April 1915

TO THOSE JltiOUT TO PURCHASE ! A Sewing Machine, we would like j J to say, in view of the many low I grade machines now before the public, that although price is always an important consideration, in your own interests it should not be the only one. ? . I LI6HT RUNNING SEWINGMftCHINES Are sold' at Lowest nossible prices CONSISTENT a combination of quality and reason able prices! making them %' &r the .cheapest in J&eendV have been on this market for nearly, 35 yipUxs, land t3ta iaqt-that^ tbia ftg- ' mandforthemisBverinereasing speaks , for itself. * ? ?'??V V- *j'vl.v . l''' * ? ?? V- ^,v * ? ? t . . ? /.'CV 1 f At the World's Columbian Exposition, 'j held at Chicago, U.S. A., the New Home was given 3First and Highest Award for ; Family Sewing Jftachines and Samples of ;! Work. / jNew Home Sewlqg MachineCo, ?Y. HANNAM, : Crown Street, ' * ' t yyoLiqmom. CASH OB TEftMS, L ^-i'' ''r-' -v;- .* '-iVi! ; ... -...v ,? V- y ;--V-

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