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CURRENT JOTTINGS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 30 April 1915

CURRENT J0TTIN6S iif ^ Herr Bally appears to be the lvaiser's right hand supporter just now, a position o-f which the official holder is the Imperial Chancellor ; Bethman Von Hollweg, however; is so very much fallen in popular esti mation that it is probably not dis creet to i be seen in his company. Bal ly is head of the German shipping combination, and stands for - Ger man aggressive commercialism. A j ? ? tend a. scheme year Ol OW — j for the amalgamation of the great shipping companies of Britain, Ame rica and Germany. The Kaiser, how ever, forbade it, declaring that no German shipping interests iwouid be sold to foreigners. Bally, a Jew. is probably m0re commercial at heart than Gorman. The Kaiser, it is stated, gets tips from him as to investments, which would account for the ties of friend ship. The Women's Page in one of, the dailies says that women punters are on increasing feature of Racecourses ?which was very manifest At the last Raster Meeting; some actually mak ing it ...

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 — 30 April 1915

; ? ' y ?/'.? - ? ! ' ? .? SCIENTIFIC SIGHT TESTING ERNEST BOSCH'S VISIT. ; In dealing with a firm of such a. high reputation asEBl?ESTBOSOH,oi Martin Place', and Pitt Street, Sidney, you are ; certain that your eyes will receive the yery best attention. . There : is no £ueB8 workwith their methods, each eye being examined separately frith thelatest and most scientific appliances, ^special care is paid to the fitting Oi the glasses. /' ; Date of next visit* to the following fewn— W ollongong, at Clarke's Hotel, on % ERNEST B^O^, ^aM;G. {London), Consulting Optician, - Corner MARTIN PLACE and PUT STREET, Sydney r ?? ,v-- - ' Model Furnishing House. JAMES FREW . OEGS to inform the Public that he has D removed to premises at the corner Crown and Cfourdi Streets , (lately occupied : by,theCo-op. SoeiBty) and stocked with a watt f elected Stock ©f N ^ New FURNITURE & CROCKERY Inspection Invited. , Crown Street, Woliongong. ?4' Mr. V. WILSON DENTIST J OBOWK STBBBT, WOLLONGONG Also...

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

Ladies ! * w If you are suffering from . Indigo- ; tion, Rheumatism, Piles, Headaches, /Backache* Constipation, .* Weryous Breakdown, or any of those weary ing, dragging pains, which undermine tlie whole system, do not hesitate about seeking our advice. We m^ke no charge lor consultation, and. 'you will incur no ob^frtioh by calling. It unable to call 'lor V personal in terview, send for our special consul tation. form, which will be pofeted to ? anyone who writes for 'it to DePt 70, Ladies' College of Health, 54 Oxford-Street, Sydney. / He that hath learned to obey will know bow to command. THE COST OF LIVING - 18 . . GOING UP ALL ROUND Yet ask some of your friends who have tried L. BLACK'S 55/- to Order 55/ W1TH THE GUJABANTEE NO FIT WO PAY And they will tell you that the Quality is there bi^er than ever. The Style, tHe Cut, the MaKe, They are all there in every garment, '' ? v. ? / Yet the Price is the same as before. The Explanation is— When I undertake to make you a Suit, I con...

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

HELENSBUR6H A discovery of a J&rge quantity p! alleged stolen goods was made neo* .Darke's Forest last , week.' For soma tiu» search was being made for tha goods known to be consigned to Hel ensburgh Station from. Sydney- Ser. geant Tomkins, with adetectivo, made a search at the Forest, resui. ting in' the 8iscovery of goods of ? all descriptions. Host bf it has beefl j , claimed as the property, of Whitehead | I —a firm doing, a large business in ' the city In connection with the matter E. Wade was before the local court yesterday, and was remanded to Sydney. The All-Jvations Fair, in aid of the Church, of England, closed on Mon. day night. Rain interfered with tha, attendance on two evenings, (JooO business was done on the closing night, Mr. G. Rickett, .who opened the fair, being the chief salesman. The opening of the new Band Hall is being celebrated bjv a banquet on Saturday. The Quarterly General Meeting of the Workmen's Ctl«b was held last Thursday, Mr. P. Gardiner be...

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

CtilEDALE There was every indication, early this week that the North BuUi Coll iery would work lull time' for the current pay, and, for a change, there were not meetings whatever held. Tlie coke trade continues .to re vmoIm l%ricV A Mr. James Carrick, who .has tor years conducted a milk run here, has * given up the business. He gives «s his reasons for' dioing so - The ex c&sslve -price' of fodder; , the general scarcity of milk, the negleot of the Council to keep in repair the Upper Coledale-road, and the wages board award prohibiting boys under the age of sixteen being employed on a 1 milk cart. ? __ , j At a meeting held on Wednesday evening in the Methodist Church a j movement was started for the for mation of a Band of Hope. It will be open to members of all denomin ations, and next Wednesday evening . »there will be a pound-night by way of an official opening. On Friday evening last, in Vole dale Hall, there was a vcry en^oy' ,-able and successful concert in aid 01 Mrs...

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

CORRIMAL For the next fortnightly .pay South Bulli mine has, up to Thursday of ?this week, worked full time., Monday next will terminate the prolonged period of idleness, .which everyone is ' lieartily sick of, at Corrimal mine. ?General satisfaction is expressed at the prospects of resumption. Miners' Pala day falls on Monday next, but, twiner to the prevailing- depression nmong two or three of the South Coast lodges, there will be no de- I mbnstration this year. A miner named Kerr was Injured at the South ' Hulli Pit on Tuesday last. He received severe injuries 'to his too t, nnd abrasions about the head. Cr. Park attended the sufferer. Owing to inclement weather, tho sports 6et down for decision on the -24th April , wore postponed to May 8. ?The School of Arts Hall; was, on Saturday night last, again the cen* trc of much interest, being oceupicd by the members of the Empire Co medy Co. This Company, by the ex cellence ot their' entertainments, liuva become firm favorites, a title...

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

f-y ' SCARBOROUGH' Both the South Clift0n anid Tun nel Collieries worked full time last week, and there was every prospect, -on Tuesday, that the current pay Would be for full time. , Oxi Wednesday evening last the very many friends of Mrs. R. Smith ten dered her a surprise party. Mrs. Smith is -at all times 3-n indefatig -able worker for any public movement and her friends considered that she was deserving of some little recogni tion for the good work she has ac- : complished. The surprise party in vaded the home of the guest, and/af- _ ter congratulations and a few songs, J . an adjournment was (made to tt3e ! ? BalaCe Hall, where about 30 couples participated in dancing, ga^es, etc. , The supper tables actually jgroaned under the weight of the choice edi 'bles thereon, and the beautiful deco ratxons of dahlias and white cosmos, 1 relieved with, touches of blue ribbon, j lent a charm to the surroundings, j 'Mr, George Scrivener provided capit- j . -&1 dance music,, and the...

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

Buggy Harness English Pattern, Solid Nickel Silver Mounts £A 15s, £5 6s, £5 17s 6d per set CHEAPER. QUALITIES t £8 3s, £3 15s, £4 4s, £4 7s 6d Hiding Saddles £3 7s 6d, £3 10s, £3 17s 6d. . Bridles~-7/fy 8/6, 10/6 1 ' Martingales 6/6, 7/6, 8/6, 10/6 i Saddle Cloths 3/6 4/6 5/6 7/6 Any part of Harness sold separate. Miners LeatherBeltals6d, posted anywher_ Each Quality below Sydney Prices. Inspec' | tion invited, v TermB arranged GEO. JOHNSON, Saddler, Thirroul. 48 years PRACTICAL Experience. Mr.G.H. Walker Dental Surgeon, OEOWN STREET, WO] LONGONG Telephone 33. Special Cash Sale — OIF*-— : V . . . . , ,'f - HARDWARE, GLASSWARE, TOOLS. ETC. from 10 to 20 per Gent Discount off Starting SATURDAY^ May 1. Finishing SATURDAY, May 29 For Four Weeks OnIjY, here ARE A FEW SNAPS FROM A HOST, OF BARGAINS— ? ? SALE PRICE Hardy's Patent Coal Picks, ? ; 2f 2 J, 31bs Is 3d, Is 5d\ Is 6& each Hardy's Patent Flat. Eye, 2|j 31fes Is 4d, Is 6d, Is 7d eaich Hardy's Patent Shod Handles Is 7d each...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Port Macquarie THE GARDEN OF N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 30 April 1915

Port Macquarie THE GARDEN OF N.S.W. The following description of this northern river district is published : A Forest Drive. Mr. Harry Morton, the member for the Hastings and Macle&y, aptly da- eecribed, in one of his speeches at the x'ailway opening celebrations last week, the Port Macquarie and adja cent districts as the 'Garden of N. S. Wales- ' ' No other pieee of country that the writer has visited in the State is so rich in nature's beauties, Ignoring altogether the commercial aspect of the place, one could .'dwell on its aesthetic attractions in the space of a couple of columns' with, out conveying an adequate descrip tion of all there is to delight the eye and ear in. and around the little historic township. The port is ap proached from Wauchope along one of the loveliest drives imaginable. Speeding along- in a motor, mile at ter mile of forest is passed. *!Htoor mously tall, gun-barelieled trees, magnificent in their stateliness stand in crowded .millions on both - ...

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

GOOD COUGH MIXTURE. Famous Recipe Used in Thousands of Homes. ' Myself and family use Hean's Essence for making cough mixture.. We find it splendid and cheap.' — A.. ' ' ~- J. Frazer, Tonequiriae, N.S.W. | ' Have used several bottles Hean's- ' jk Essence, and, find it best cough and ^ cold remedy I have ever tried, as well as a money-saver.' — Fredk. Hay- , ' man, Clarendon, N;S.W. Hean's Essence — for preparing good home- ^ made cough mixture— is used in thousands .of Australian - homes. It is such a splendid ' j-l remedy for all family coughs and colds andv saves so much money— io/- on every bottle ?ys^0 used— that wherever it is tried folks are- J delighted with it. Get a bottle from your chemist or store to day, and add sweetening and water as- V directed. If it does not prove the finest - cough remedy for general family purposes you have ever. used, send me the empty bottle and ''£§1 packet, aiid I will promptly return your : . money in full. The saving is yours— the risk is mi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 30 April 1915

ESTABLISHED 1879, F. ARNOLD, Monumental Sculptor, S3 Regent Street, ip&Y. Country Work a Speciality. Osborne & Son, OTDEftTAKEBS, ViQhLOmOJSG, ??? DESIGNS FjSiiE rnrnm^ Npvp ftnd Seobnd-hand Vehicles *in Stock Painting ana Bepaira nfe&ly «hd qniokly iifeMS DENTI STR y' Mr IT THE ONLY RESIDENT DENTIST, iM-I. JUL* TT VrXliKjJJlJ X wishes to inform his numerous patients and the residents of the district that he has REMOVED from Mr. S. Harris's Pharmacy to more convenient premises DIBEOTLY OPPOSITE WOONONA. POST OFFICE, and may be consulted DAILY, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. MY OWN SPECIAL METHOD OF PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS. Why suffer /one \ Why suffer Toothache? \™L1,1^/- Toothache? NO PAIN, NO AFTER EFFECTS, and NO SWOLLEN GUMS. Consult me for Artificial .Teeth, Stoppings, and any Class Of Dental 'Work. .1 Only charge Sydney Prices, and guarantee all my work. Your old Artificial . Teeth can be remodelled for very little cost. v i o»h. Ada,..., H WORSLEY, Dentist, , WOONONA M...

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

JRESCH'S | AUSTRALIAN j I XXX Ale. (Draught) | 1 LAGER - - ] 1 PILSENER - - I DINNER ALE- - SELECT STOCK ALE STOUT - - W . W ' OBTAINABLE | IN BOTTLES I fROM I AIL HOTELS f » * ' w = w m wr 1 RESCH'S ALES, LAGERS, & STOUT § | are brewed by Australians for Australians § jj AND STAND EASILY FIRST. If 2j BREWERY - - REDFERN, SYDNEY. It ? ? ' ? 1 G~C. Tili,f PBODUGE MBBOHiKT ' i and . ' - j ? Commission Agent . Successor tc . The Farmers' and Settlers Co-op . Society, Ltd., ? ' Wollongong. DistrictAgent for HoLeaa's Mild Oared: Baooa ; Barnee'Mild Cured Bapon : Orago'e Diamond flour ; ' Baltic Separator | Campion'* Carbolio , Sand Soap. i Agricultural Seed andallFarm and Dairy Produce always ' on hand. Wholesale Buyers Supplied at Sydney PrioeB i ; Trial Oonngnments of tftaize.Ejrga, Chafl, ? I etc,,' solicited. ? [ Immediate;Qetiinis Given. I Telephone No. 29. OBOWN STREET, WOLLONGONG Crystal Fountain. j. TAssasm, Cordial Faotory, ' - ? Telephone Confectionery 1 7; Refreshments...

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

MB. E. A. BEEBT (of Beeby &Co. 264 Pitt 8treet, Sydney,, Solicitors) lintil farther notice will attentat Wollongong (8tarr Bowkett Offioe) from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. (Pay Saturday evenings). Special appointments may be made by letter to City Offioe, 264 Pitt Street near Criterion Theatre, Sydney ' ~ j for attoodanoe at Balli. and Wollongong. * ' * ' ? 'd PREMIER UVERY STABLES, ' Lower CROWN STREET, WOLLONGONG. PHONE* 20,, ' ? PHONE 20 D. J. M'GUIRK, Late Budgen and M'Guirk. - -J ? 4— ? : ? Commercial Travellers driven io all parts ol the distriot. Bpeoial vehiclei ' ^ by arrangement. Ooachee meet all Trains. - Tourists and Private Parties specially catered for... *? CARTING. All classes of Carting done. Furniture Bemoved and Btored by Enter ''v Packers. Letters and Telegrams punctually attended to Forwarding Agents. Note Phone Number. . r Diamond & Ruby Bing l5ct. gold — 40b, 45s 3 Diamond— 70s. Diamond & Buby— 40s. fialf Hoop, 5 Diamond8 , M 10b, £5 10b ^ Diamond...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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RURAL TOPICS LOOKING AFTER HORSE'S FEET [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 30 April 1915

RURAL TOPICS Sr- tOOkjNO' AFTER HORSE'S FWUT j r - Hprses' feet require to be kept clean, also kept tlie proper, shape, ' and not allowed to get too -lry. ;g«L^ 'Permanent injury from the neglect of these rules not uncommonly takes place, therefore the feet need to he regularly 'examined, and, when ne cessary, . trimmed with a shoeing smith's knife atid rasp. When a colt ~ has reached the age at which he lias to Kb to work, and when not wQrk- , 0: ing is kept in the stable, the dang ? er of ill-effects from, want of atten W* ??'' tion increases. The advisability of - t V having horses shod depends upon the f-. circumstances. When horses are req ' uireil to work on hard roads, of course, shoeing is necessary, but when v:'-nsed only for farm work it is better Sf: J-. to allow them to go without shoes, ' except in very slippery weather. l£X*' ^ARGENTINE DEMA.ND FOB AP \ PliES. /j - j\ representative of the New Zeal R^r ' and Government, Mr. -J. L. Tacon, - ' - who was sent to South Ame...

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

j- ^oininotm^altftj^feJSankof Htistraifa HEAD OFFICE SYDNfcY ? «hia «ank |- open for mil classes ol GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS at &TANWAY HOUSE, KING STREET, SYDNEY Alco at Canberra, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Uriabtne, ftockhampbon, Towitsrllle and London. Gable remittances made to, anddrafte drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign bills negotiated and collected. Letters of credit issued to any pare of the world. BilU, negotiated br forwarded tor collection. Banking and Exchange business Of every description transacted within the Oommqn* wealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Current account* opened. Interest paid on fixed depoilt*, Advances made against approved securltisa. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT N.8.W. Branch Office t SO CA8T4.CREAQH STREET (top of Moor* 8fc), 8YDNEV. Uranches ln the above cities and 2,000 Aeencies a* Post Offices throughout the Commonwealth Deposits from I/- to £300. Interest at 3% per annum. Deposits or Withdrawals may. be made at any Branch or Agen...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Drink Reform (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 30 April 1915

Drink Reform (To the Editor.) v mj* ' Sir,— It is a source of unbounded satisfaction to note the world-wide Interest in this all-important branch of social progress. War, as we un fortunately know, has slain iits (milli ons, but the world's record of drink victims will greatly outnumber the,, former. It is high time IRew - South j Wales made some ueCiaea steps in i the same direction, especially in the earlier closing of public houses. It is preposterous to realise that you can purchase alcoholic -drinks in rt.tty quantity up to XI p.m., but if a loaf of bread is required af ter -six p.m. it cannot be obtained. In the .interests of the public .we should have a referendum as in South Aus tralia. With the noble example of Royalty before us, it is time that we woke up .to the destructive evils of intemperance, and joined 'in this world-wide reform of the drink evil. —Yours, etc., I3QITAX. JiUSTICE TO ALI, TR AILS

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

? ~ ? : ! If Your Stomach is right you enjoy your Meals. Therefore, if your stomach refuses to work, or can't work, and you suffer from sour stomach, heartburn, | indigestion, biliousness, or dyspepsia, i of whatever form, just take one or, two of Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tab ules, and you will see the difference. It doesn't cost you much to prove it, then you can eat all you want, when you1 want, whatever you. want, and if you use these Tabules, you can look the whole world in the, iface with a beaming eye, and you will have a cheerful spirit, pleasant ?face, vigorous body and a dear mind and memory, and everything will: look and, . taste delicious to you. That's real living. Get a tin of Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules to-day. and start at once. Price 1/6 and 2/6 per tin. Central Hotel, DAPTO A. L. CHRISTIAN (Late of Tatfcersall's Hotel, Tamworth) WISHES to notify the residents of the district, and others, that he has taken over the business of the Central Hotel from F. G. Makin, a...

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

; Empire Day, Woliongong rA* large' number responded to the invitation to a meeting in Council Chambers on Tuesday evening, for the purpose of arranging ah Empire Day programme. The Mayor (Alder uian N. Smith), presided, and Mr. C. M. 'Reeves acted as secretary. A proposal for a procession to the Green, and sports for the children, was agiyeu lo. -A committee, consisting of Messrs. Anderson (Inspector), iSheppurd, Church, V.Ri. Father Dunne, tteeves, Oonroy, Ha M. ParBons. 'I . Wearn, Sev. c. S. Olver, Mr. W,. V. Brown, Mrs. W. V. Br0wn, andMrs. E.' Wake- ford, were appointed. Nominations for speakers at the Green, specification ten minutes, wore invited by the chairman, and he wss 'himself nominated in two or thrf-e places. The chairman, in turn, nom inated Mr. Lysaght, who declare;! 'that the duty pertained tjo the .May or. The Mayor remarked he Riippos i ed he must take the ordeal on. For a concert in the evening there were appointed a committee, ''csprc tor Anderson, Messrs. R. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 30 April 1915

v - ' v:;- -' ?/ ?/? - :. ' --? v ; . ;/ ;' ?;: ??- . /: £-#.:-^rv 1 ' ? ? ? :.\. ? ? ' ? ; : '; '% K V -V v W:-^i ' 'W;: $ ' ':' '? '' ? :' : v / -? .; ^ - ?.. r , ',- ' ? ?; S Fashion's Favourites FOR ^XJTTJiS/LlSr 1015 AWAIT YOU AT Walter Lance & Co.'s, WOLLONOONO COSTUME DEPAETME3STT. ; , In the variety of its Styles, and in the Richness of its , Colourings, our COSTUME DEPARTMENT is a complete Exposition of all the Latest Novelties in Dress for the coming Season Our STOCK of AUTUMN' DRESSES comprises some of the most Exquisite Creations in the newest and most lovely Materials i Note, we keep in close and constant touch with the Ghief Fashion Centres. If you are particular to have your Clothing righkup-to-the-minute in Style this means much to you. You ought to pay us a visit. New and Exclusive designs in LADIES' COAT and SKIRT COSTUMES in Tweedy Cloth^ or Serges. SPORTS' COATS in WW and Felts. TWEED COATS. CABACUL COATS in Black and Colors. MOTOR COATS. '? - ' ' ' - ' '...

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Victorian State Mine [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 30 April 1915

- - . i Victorian State Mine .During last week a record was -established at the Victorian conl inine for a day's output. For the ?two shifts over 2500 tons , w^re. go*t , out. ?J&- blofck of. coal weighing about thirty cwt. has been Obtained ?fpAm \i7nrlrir-rfc of W'n 1 A -dhnfff It was presented to the branch «-f the 'Australasian Coalminers' Assocj , ation by ^the management of the mine, and was sent to Melbourne to play a part in the . Eight-hours pro cession. to be held to-day. After the ^ 'procession the. coal will be given to ' ~MHss Pankhurst for the women.work .ers 3 of MSelbourne,

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