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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 7 May 1915

For Chronic Chest Complaints, Woods' Great peppermint Cure, 1/6' I The STOCKS of H. J. BUCKLAND ' ARE Always the Latest For Men of Style. ' ' ' '?» / The present moment finds lis with a greater variety of every new idea in Men's Wear than ever before. * SMART STYLE SHIRTS, ? r TASTEFUL NECKWEAR, ,4p Correct Shape COLLARS, W WINTER UNDERWEAR, etc W Just Call and See how well we , have anticipated your wants for the Season. ALWAYS BEST VALUES OBTAINABLE H. J. BUCKLAND, CBOWN 8TBEET, WOLLONGONG

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 — 7 May 1915

Model Furnishing House. JAMES FREW BEGS to inform the Public that he has removed to premises »t the corner Crown and Church Sheets (latelj occupied yb the Co-op. Society) and stocked witii a well .'elected fctock of New FURNITURE & CROCKERY Inspection Invited. Crown Street, WollongGPg. Oh ! There's my :0§^mjT Back again. Vf ' It's been, troubling me for - fwZ vfeeks.' , ; / / ^J/W Va\\\\ The most effective and harmless cure for ' ~h I v\ Backache and out-of-order Kidneys is undoubtedly IHH4 -§|) WISEMAN'S BACKACHE - MKm 11 AND KIDNEY PILLS HhBrbBA 111 11 Just take one or two beforO Breakfast for ll a few days, and you will get relief, as IjMlJ \| these PillB flush . the Kidneys when they ??HI lull ill 11 ar® clogged, stimulating them to normal BHBE&Bn II activity, and the price, is only 2s per box. : 9WHR 11UI l| It will pay you to get a box to-day. ^ W. J, WISEMAN, ,.P,s„ ' The Careful ^Chemist/' ,. ; * . WirXONGONG. - ' ' ? ? ? - V Special CasH Sale ? ' — or — ? ? ...

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 — 7 May 1915

Mrs A, E. BARRETT Dressmaker & Winner, \ Next Door Kiosk, Thirroul. Millinery Class Wednesday. Mr. Meares, general manager of the Coastal Farmers' Co-operative Soci ety, Ltd., has issued a jwrit for Libel, claiming £5000 damages from the S.M. 'Herald,' for matter which appeared in the commercial column on 6th April.

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CURRENT JOTTINGS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 7 May 1915

CURRENT JOTTINGS The decision of the late P.Li.Ll. Conference for closing hotels at six p.m. is an impbrtant indication of what people are coming to think about drinking customs. A leading member of the Conference was for j making a i ett rendu m of the ques tion, but it proved, there were a suf- j licient number of delegates iwho were ' convinced to have it settled right' there. ? : -i i ueueve a closing at this hour would considerably lessen intemper ance, because it is between the hours 1 of six and. eleven the most harmful drinking is dene. A woman s; society in Melbourne were discussing, a. year or s© ago, the early closing proposition, when one opposed it on the ground that if hotels were closed the men Would go to places still farther or the way to perdition. Some would, no doubt, but theue the most difficult to aave. In most towns, at all events, there are usually resorts in which the ev- j enlng may be profitably or enjoyably spent, and where are not there should ieno diffi...

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 — 7 May 1915

« mmiijMtmtm Save the Iosr andprevent the annoyance causedby Busty Tubs by in stalling in ! the Laundry a Bet ol , BUST ,PBOOF WASHING ffUBS. which are practically unbreakable. v We also stock an ^esDrfcm'erit of Eleo- . trioal Goods, including ell WcesiarieB Bella, Br^eses. W#fc lupd Dry-Bakeries, Wire, and ltfed ical Eafcteriea, - '* Inquire from us for anythisg ypure quire H, Williams & Sob, Atcheson street, Wollongong Bsokb 42. s t SCIENTIFIC SIGHT TESTING ERNEST BOBCH*S VISIT: ?- In dealing with a firm of such a high reputation as ERNEST BOSCH, of Martin Place, and Pitt Street, Sydney, you are certain that your eyes will receive the very beat attention. There is no guess work with their methods, each eye being examined separately with the latest and most scientific appliances. A special care is paid to the fitting of the glasses. Date of- next visit to the following [ tewn — Wollongong, at Clarke's Hotel, ou | 'Wednesday, May 12. EBNEST BOSCH, F.8.M.C. (London), Consult...

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 — 7 May 1915

Morgan & McK^nzie, , Builders ^Contractors, jNemm to notify -h| imblio' ^TOT©r«lly JtF th&t thej hare -*oomme%^„ .Bri^etw! BUILDERS end -JONTB*CJ,ObS, M-d trust bystrjcfc, attention to hutfpiBW andtfood woriyrmnshipto merit « fair fliate of . \ . patronage. x Estimates given on all claBs of work. Sufficient Address — ^ ^ . MORGAN & McKENZIB, / - P.O., Coledak —tx^e/imar— CURES ECZEMA And all Irritations of the Skin From the very first application the skin becomes/ healthy and clean again, and every disfiguring pimple or rash completely disappears. The Greater Skin Cure of the Age Exzerma is a household remedy and no home should be without it. Compounded from Australian herbs and roots. Obtainable from all Chemists Large bottle anc| storekeepers throughout r / Australasia. C% f£l #3/ /mf None genuine without the signature \j v / ; S. FIELDER. ' THE HARRI8_PHARMACY. We Want Yo*a to Know That the HARRIS PHARMACY would be pleased to receive the favour of your pat...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOWLS. WOONONA BOWLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 7 May 1915

BOWLS. WOONONA BOWLIJSTG CLPB. At the annual meeting of the Woo nona Bowling Club, tlae secretary's report stated that the membership had increased from 70 -last year to BO this year4, there being 24 new members, including five ladies. The bar takings showed an in crease' from £183 18s Id to £233 4s 5d, while a profit of £11 8a lid was made out of the collections for lunches. At the beginning of the year the total debt, including outstanding accounts, was £373 3s lOd. This had been re duced to £352 14s lid. It 'was tfe cided to present a trophy of ten guineas to the club defeating Woo nona on the local green by the most points in a three-rlnlc game on any Saturday during the coining year ; entrance free. Six new members join ed at the meeting. The following office-bearers were elected for the ensuing term - Presi dent, Mr. J. S. Kirton; selection committee and handicappers, Messrs. 1.6. C. Williams, It. Ballantyne, and T. .Gjecnhalgh;, ground superintendent! Wr. 11. Ci. Williams; ge...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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State Public Health Policy 4. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 7 May 1915

State Public Health Policy ___ , 4. 'A previous article on this 'subject ! , 'x dealt with things lacking in the hos pitals:* ay 6 ten i — the third link ,--f The chain. It is necessary to add the ele ments which complete this third link herore proceeding, further. One cle — - ment is the Lady Ddiiiae Hospital for Rabies established an Vaucluse. .This hospital is doing most useful work. The .mothers are admitted with their sick babies' and are tlius instructed in what to do for them. ii'ducation is a strong factor In pub tic health, and, as far as possible, Mr. Flowers has based his whole po licy upon it. At the outset of hjs Ministerial career he got into touch with medical specialists, and had pre pared, in the simplest language, a . usetful series of pamphlets ton Ex pectant Motherhood, and the care o| babies. These have been (widely dls N ^ Iributed, and may be obtained free upon application to the Department of Public Health or the nearest tRe-, ^ , gistrax of Births or Baby Cl...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RUGBY LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 7 May 1915

r ,RUfiBV tEAOUE. ; ? There j*v«5s a good roll-up 8-t the annual meeting ol the VWollo^gong Buccaneer VF.C, ; y held,; at. ? \Voods* Hp ' ? tel,-'oh? ^9th. -' Wr. H. ;Baker ocpiiipicid the chair^: It was deeided to re-form stnd jOm the I.H-U competitions. The colors de ?. cided oh- were r^d, whitfe' and blue; ajid The following, office-bearers ' %per* elected: patron, B. Woods; pre- eident, J. B. Stoyles; 'vice-presidents Messrs .7, arid A, B. Pentson, H. Buckland, p. :T. tooyle.j G. Clarke, \I. Marriott, Fr 'Al Swan, ^ L.. 'Sut- ton, P. Woods, W.'Wotoas, B Moore, S. Young, P. t5ourt»ey, JT T^Hey, R. H, Howes, W. linrt, W Trance, «? Pritcheurd, ~ Strike, W. Cook; ?ecrcffcary, M. Hegherty; delegates to I,H £-., K. Thompson mid ''M Heg herty; m»n^g«r,% ~F, J ohnson The el« ection of caotain, vfce-C«pta%, trea «n*6r, ^t!i ^generai eommittee telt ©ver till ,4t later Imeetiflg ««ct meeting fixed for Monday IToonom the following . team will represent Unanderra, at Woonona, on- Satur- day,...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWCASTLE NOTES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 7 May 1915

' NEWCASTLE NOTES In the Court last week, mehard George, 39, miner, was before the Court on a charge of having malic iously set fire to a dwelling-house, the property of the Wallarah Coal Company, at Catherine Hill Bay, On April 20, while in possession of tho house, with intent to injure. Inspec tor Holmes said that the accused had hfmn ^Atvi»v--f4-A«9 / ? ? j. ? ? . ,« ior trial oy tne ; Cproner's Court, and asked for the defendant's discharge from the pre* sent Court. Tim defendant was then discharged. - In the Newcastle Court, last week, William Smith, who in exuberance of spirits (rum), had smashed a plate - 1 Has window i in, Daniel fcenee's ho tel. was fined £1, and orri—-- ' to pay ten pounds for damaces. [ It is stated that there is a prob ability of at least one large colliery ! on the Maitland Coalfield being se riously affected as 'a result of the fJifliculty being experienced In secur. ing supplies' of explosives. ? Mr. Edward Riobinson, a carpenter* engaged at Pelh-w Ma...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Running [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 7 May 1915

Running Late entries for the £5 Handicap, . to J-e run Saturday (to-morrow), at (^orrimal* .V-T^aomas 2yds, II. Spinks 8yds, Ij. Wilson llyds; S. Perkins 11yds, S. Freeman llyds, A. Mit cheli 12yds, H. -3ol-el 12yds, Wi Ir win 13yds, T. Irwin 143'ds. ft ? i i » 1 1 1 ? ?l,»

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 7 May 1915

I ** Weak BacKs The weak spot in many men and women is the back, it gives out be* tore the other parts of the body. It j gets tired and aches terribly after a day' 8 .work. , A tired, weak back ipulls a person right down and ren ! ders life miserable. The kidneys are often supposed to be the cause, but I usually the .muscles and tendons in ! the back have been strained. Dr. I Sheldon's Magnetic Liniment is the I proper and only permanent remedy. Rub it into the pores of the back,. | and a feeling of renewed strength and Vigour will come immediately, , «nd . a ^'ew such treatments will fix you up all right. Dr. Sheldon's Mag netic' Liniment takes out soreness and inflammation ^ It invigorates and. freshens all the muscular tissues. It contains ingredients that you never used before, l'rjce, 1/6 and 3/ ** ' PREMIER LIVERY STABLES, Lower CBOWN STREET, WOLLONGONG, PHONE 20. : ? ? PHOHESO D. J. M'GUIRK, Late Budgen and M'Guirk. Commercial Travellers driven to all parts of the district. S...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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THIRROUL [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 7 May 1915

THIRROUL 'Ria Excelsior mine continues to Work full time. Thirroul folk do not intend to be ; behind in ti^ matter of jit-tingiy c^s Jobrating- Belgian % j4tii| instant. .Tj'he secretary pj the Belgian Committee (Mr. P. B. Wjdght), has arranged with Pictoiia Picture jCoy. , .?,? to give' an -enterfep-inment on ! the - evening of the 14th instant, in « th^ i School of Arts Hall, half the gross' takings to go towards the fund. 'It is aiso probable that some other form of entertainment will be *ar raoged in order that the fundp might be augmented., frhe ladies will make their first monthly Belgian col lection at Thirroul on Monday next; Mrs. Frew, wife of the local sta ? tionmaster, is still in a rather low ^ i . state of health. Mr. Frew applied for . hfs annual holidays this week, ., and seizes the opportunity '.of j taking his wife to the Blue Mountains ? for o , change \ sy Mrs. Sharp, wife of Private J. H. Sharp, of the Fourth Battalion, who ' died of wounds, conducts aJ faoardiug...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 7 May 1915

IAST MYS LAST, 0«YS FOB A Chance to Win £1,000 PJUZ£S X19000 j WoBK of Art - /' Work of Aet ' . Value \ ' \ -First J Value U : ' , s X*t eat' rPrize 1 £500 i Or TwelTie^ i^ioth s* Trip. Bouncl tlie World ! and £100in Ca-ii for ;0ne Pbrson, or ISijrhl .Monthfefor Two. . .1 Note. — The Committee, Having paid lull value for the work of art, aim ' prepared to find a purchasei -jr same at thfe. - advertised amount -if the inner .ISO desires, also for the Sec ond *and : Third Prizes. Second, value'£i00; Ihird. value £50 And 97 other prized, totalling £ 1 ,000 Eight Hours Crcat , Art Union 59th year — Oldest & most popular—59th year Proceeds in aid of the Hospitals f Public Cnaritiws of,Aiistraliar ' 'rises -will be delivered to winners ee of all charges. A' list' of winning numbers will be posted to any per son sehding an addressed envelope to the representative, with stamp unaffixed. . . Buy from your local agent On or before 1st May, or send . Fo^'oi - Note, P.O., or stamps with...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 7 May 1915

r«£ CU K/a£i 'PI A NO is the fiaest_player-piano the world can produce. This magnifl cent instrument resembles a fine upright piano, has all its grand qualities and as such can be played by hand, but ingeniously hidden in its case is the Solo Claviola — a glorious masterpiece of ingenuity which enables every lover of music to satisfy his or her longing to be able to play the very best and latest music and this whether he or she can play in the ordinary manner or not. 6 . No rubber or other perishable materials are used in the Claviola. All the necessary tubes are of metal and the Jjelloyvs of a specially prepared leather. These improvements produce far better results and ensure long life for your player. Please write for our Art Booklet which fully describes the Claviola— it's post free. v W. H. PALING & CO., LTD 338 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY. 7 T I Alfred Wood, Crown Street, Wollongong 1 PRODUCE MEBGH ANT Attp ' . Commission Agent . Successor tc The Farmers' andSettlers Co-op S...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 7 May 1915

_MR. £, A. BEEBF (of Beeby & Co. 264 Pitt Street, Sydney, Solicitors) until farther notice will attehdat Wollongong (Starr . Bowkett Offioe) from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. (Pay Saturday eveninga). Special appointments may be niade by letter to City Offi.oe, 261 - Pitt Street near Criterion Theatre, Sydney for attendance at Bolli and Wollongong. SHIPP BROTHERS COACHBUILDERS, At' the Corner of ; KEIRA AND SMITH STREETS, WOLLONGONG, Vehicles Painted and Repaired on Shortest Notice. ^ AU Classes of Work Undertaken ESTIMATES GITEJf. Orders Executed Promptly, Good Work manship at Hoderate Prices. COMMENS & TUGKEV THE tLLAWARRA CARRIAGE FACTORY KEIRA STREET. . A wardad let prize Royal Show, Sydney, .191 3 New and Second-hand Vehicles in Stock - Painting and Bepair« neatly and quickly executed. . _ ? Tyres Tightened— our system ia perfect. W -C. QILMORE, Manager-. Paling's Pianos, — — Easy Terms' ? ?. , ? ^ *????? ,V. ? ? ' ' ' LOCAL AGENT— . . H PIANO AND ORGAN TUNING, AND ^|f |»£(J...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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RURAL TOPICS A LITTLE ABOUT THE YANCO IRRIGATION AREAS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 7 May 1915

1111* WIJS 3L UTTLF, ABOUT TJEU5 iYANOO ? ~ ' 1RJU-JA£IQN 'AliKAS. 0 Wc have received a copy of tne 1 'Irrigation lteeord.'* - ? ' ] Mr. F.J. Madden, dairy nspector, , Department of Public Health, iN.S, ?; Wales, has therein an interesting ar ticle. lie says 'To see the areas is to appreciate tliem, and to those who may. be in terested in the development of their country, or who would embrace an :-Vv opportunity or iuriuerxng ineir agri cultural. education by acquiring the knowledge . that *arm jug under irriga ' tion will afford them, or, again, and undoubtedly al ove all, those desir -p; ous of settling- upon the land, I would unhesitatingly, and with every confidence, recommend the trip. It is V i a trip -ull of interest and education ?; V —one that will amply repay any of t'he above-named, fend T venture to predict that, providing the visitor is r-v possessed of ordinary powers of ob C .. solvation and sufficient agricultural r i knowledge' to be capable of recognis i °r disting...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 7 May 1915

GOOD VALUE j IN BLANKETS *? _ _ r * ' * ? ? ' ' - X . _ ' ' ^ ' ,. Although the Government has commandeered all the Blanket Mills in the Commonwealth, we were fortunate in getting in before the rush, and can offer you not onl^ the best Stock of Blankets in J the district, but also the btst value for your outlay. If you will 'kindly pay us a visit and examine the quality of our goods, you will find them extremely good , value. V, : ? 7 ? 'Mi + s : : Now is the :;7.- 77§ f Time to Buy Jl BLANKETS White Pure Wool Blankets, single bed size, 14/6 \ White Warm and Fleecy Blankets, threequarter bed size, 18/6 White Australian Wool Blankets, double bed size, 22/6 and 25/ White Cosy Blankets and extra large, 32/6 and ? 35/. Grey and Bark Blue Blankets, single bed, 8/11 and 10/6 v , Silver and Dark Grey Blankets, single bed, 13/6 and 15/6 N Silv er and Dark Grey Blankets, double bed size, 18/6 and 21/ May we Mention tf EIDER DOWNS V , How that the Cold Nights are approaching, EIDER D0WUS will...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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A Bellambi Wedding [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 7 May 1915

A Beliambi Wedding / I Tho^ only daughter, Emma, of Mr. Samuel Ross, foreman of -the Brok-. en Hill Proprietary Coy's. coke- works, Beliambi, was united ' in tho Holy bonds .of matrimony to Mr. Fred Gibeson, Jlailway Department, Scarborough, on Tuesday, ' 4th May, at St. Augustine's Church of Eng land, Bulli. The bride, who was gi ven away by ner uromer ^Mr.t^rcy Ross) , wore a * dress of blue crepe* de-chene, trimmed with Limerick lace. Miss -?ibesoii acted as brides maid, and wore white crepe-de-chene trimmed with lace. Mrs. Ross, mo ther of 'the bride, wore blaclc silk with over skirt of Mechlin lace. Mrs. Clark (aunt), of Wollongong, wore black silk: yMrs. Aitken, of Sydney, wore a silk cashmere; Mrs) ITayes, of Dapto, wore a biscuit ' coloured poplin; Mrs. D. Ross, of Scarbor ough, wore ' a black cashmerede suave; Mrs. Gibeson (sister- in-law of the bridegroom), a navy blue crepe de-chene; Mrs. McCammon (Wollon-, gong), wore a black crepe-de-chene, with point lace collar. Sever...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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SPORT. SOCCER. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 7 May 1915

S PO RT . SOCCER. ?(By 'Ono Who Knows.') The necessary meeting of all inten ding delegates will be held ' at. Tatts. Hotel, Saturday night, at 7 o-clock, pharp. Mr. Stephen Lynch, secretary 2v.S,W. Association, 'will ^gain be present, when «ome , very interesting business will be dealt with, viz., the selection ol South Coast Eleven v, Sydnev League. Flinders will vot journey to Bulli on Saturday. Perhaps they do not 1ikfe the taste of defeat early in the season. Corrimal are keen on meet ing Bulli United at Bode's grounds this. Saturday, although knowing Bulli to Ije stronger tlmn they have been for ten years. We'll he there when the final whistle blows, said Hugh Kerr. ^Ttorrlmal's hard toiler.' Are you listening J Woonona Third ?Tuvs. have entered , for the Richard son Cup Championship, and aro p:o Inp the rifrbt wav about, thrpps. I would be fairly safe in saying BulJi Woonona would be the strongest in Soccer on this Coast this season. Tarrawnnaa Thirds are saving naught, Hit wo...

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