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OUR NEIGHBOURS. (From our Exchanges.) BEGA. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 7 May 1915
OUR NEIGHBOURS/ '?rJ- . 1 i *— ^4v'.' .' v (From ouir Kxctmng**.) v.'-; BEG A. Quite a host of MoMaro stociown .'-? -ers have been in Bega uuring the past week '-or so on the look out for | grass country. A Brogo landowner has ask «c . 1''' HO ] -?.- for 320 acres of , grass land for t:;-. »».« nths. . j .Miss Ada. Willis, late ol Cc.'llj'ii'n j TI- ,\nital, is the successful jip,i!;ca't « EW^ aV for- the position of hcaci a-:r«o ot pi-'... ' ' 'f.h. Bega Hospital. Win Iiixon repoiis heavy \ o- 'dings fr.'* in al- lines at last week's saif. Fat pSfe/T^- vig-p to £2 9 s 6d, forward pits £2 WZ?: * *g, store pigs 3es 6d, slips to 2:2s, - wear.ers 10s -fid. fat shepp 15S, fat I ; -' ' tVJfloc1 s to £12 12s fid, fat Cows to j|5r £7, fat heifers to &S 7s 6d, spring -ers to A'G 6s, store jersey bullocks ?'?£!» 17s, stove cows £3 10s, poddies '' io 2-ls fid, young vealers 30s 6d.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 7 May 1915
Auctioneer# Valuator Antral Sale Booms : BIJLLI-W00N0NA Oldest District Auctioneer A Commissioner for Affidavits and Sworn Valuator under Real. Property Act Sora Ageht fob— Coxton Estate, Corrimal Rothery Estate, Corrimal - ' larrell s Subdivision, Balgownie Russell Vale Subdivision, Bellambi Artis7 Subdivision, Bulli McCanley Park Estate, Tbirronl , Coledale Subdivision, Coledale [ Lithos and all Particular Post Fbkb i ? ? , ? - ? — Market Street (Near Church of England).' fj.KHEB.jgJU ^ ARBISRS. Forwarding Ag'entt to any par of theStateB. Alltslasses of Vehicles for Hire. Speoia Turnout for Commercial Travellers. Furni ture Removed, Packed and Stored by Experts Coaches meet all Trains. Letters and Telegrams receive Prompt Attention.
PRINCESS PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 7 May 1915
PRINCESS PICTOBES. The management of the Princess Pictures, Woonona, will introduce to. night .and to-morrow (Saturday)', Edison's Kinetephone (talking pic tures). It Is a remarkable invention and crowded houses at Wollongong recently warmly commended it. On Monday- evening. May 10th, Mar shall Crosby's refined troupe of singers and niusic hall artists -will appear. Particulars are advertised.
CAMDEN. Stock sales last week. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 7 May 1915
hK ' ' €AMW. - ♦ Stock sales J'; ^:!marke?r : '.t?.;%'uckcrs'^'E«a^- ' ? tey'j, ' 34767 six do. Irom 7/6 to 10a \ ' ' jSd; .ten £tri&ere (Scott), the lot 6/fi ;^ ^ Kllfs Yor^s. tCarringion Hospital), IOk 9d, -three' porkers ^Bruijhhausdr^ ' '«« CS flB, UlTM- So: £«H7- iiclf ditto bull (a vcat Ci ? JJ6 15s. . - ^ieo. Jlangei, The Oaks, -3 !Dur- - hauv heiJers £7 9s; five heiiers £7; 'two do. £8 5s, three Durham cows, £6 15s, three dp. heavy, £8 4s, Dur ham bullock or steer £9 12s, bull ock £8; two do £8 10s, two steers £8 8s, five do. JDurhams, £7 7S, , 3. ' ouilocks or steers £7 7s. Mclntosn Bros., Denbigh, bfr. £7 17s; three do. £7 2s, Cow £9 17s ; cow £10 -5s, heifer, £7 18s coW, £5 7b. «/. lig^leton, in 'town, three cows, £5' 6s, five good conditioned store, '£4 7o. ' ( W. Wallace, BroWnlow Hill, 2 cows £« Ss. ... 13. Ttofe, Mt. Hunter, heifer, £7 14s, heifer or veale'r- £5 6s, three do. £5 7s, two vealers £4 Is, cow, £6 lis, three cows passed. W.' B,utiei'ley, C'towri, l...
MOSS VALE. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 7 May 1915
^ ' MOSS VALE. f,l most interesting demonstration ^ , 4»f sulky building was given at . the S Kworkg of Mc.Gleery's Limited, Arg5'le = ^street, Moss Vale, on VVeiftoSday of 'ternoon. The demonstration was the -vesult of. an offer bjr McGlcoiy's t'11 -' jbujid a sulky from the raw materi v;. a Is ( w heels, axle, and springs excep y \.-ted), ''while you wait,' and then present it to the Moss ?Vale War JggpH Fund. At a quarter -to xnree unaij^ SfrT-- the Mayor, Alderman E. *Gr. Moon, pghto-N ' rang the workshop bell, and instant ly men and machinery sprang into *'? f «.cttvity. J-A'CJ-yone worked with a ' will, yet there was no appearance ot ffl. - bustle or confusion, every man and ¥ *; boy seemed to know exactly what to. T. v';. ^do, and Letter still how to do , it. I' r». short while wood and iron (de cidedly raw material) , began to tave «omc shape, yet so far it was bard s^r- ' lop the' spectators f^ ^ay: what:par±' . of the sulky this or that was iiiten 4S - 4}-d Tor': So the wo...
MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 7 May 1915
MiTawxwirG. ; On 'the -question of keeping a *r»:yij there was some disCussion. «-t ** incet ing .p? the Mittagong 'CouncU last Wednesday night; It appearc«l that . ?the Inspector is allowed . something like 7s Cd per wee'e to kee/v' n, h.*!rse , -or Tor horse hire. Tie is expected to visit the catchment two or three : 5^. times a wee':. Rec*:oning it out, st iSawiied on one fitderman that a t)a§ ? of ? chaff cost :10s and ysuOtjcidnt . corn jfeL for a week, 7a 6d. totalling, with nut requiring a rea^y; reckoner,: 3-7a ST -, Other aldermen were of opinion . that to feed a horse properly -*je3' liggo^-- iiiired '-'at/ ^as't one .pound, per .???wee?, : - Anot'ier civic- authority remarKeil: ^h'at the Inspector took up hjs du-r: ^ajss with his .-eyes ;open, and if he is satisfied, -wen, no matter, ^o- . fc* ' ? ot aldermen — Napier iud ^tfosee— the_inspcctor sliould ; be coiupensatfd with an increase -of sal
RUGBY LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 7 May 1915
RUGBY LEAGUE. A very representative meeting of delegates assembled at Courtney's on Tuesday night last. Though the wea ther was anything but faVjorable, del egates from the outstanding towns were present, and were first to put in an appearance-r-an example which should have ail effect upon the closer living warriors. No doubt, If you are to- obtain the full benefit of any meeting, it is very essential to be early. However, the business was completed in a very masterly man i ner, thanks to the ^complete control I by the president, ably assisted by a [ Capable staff of delegates. 'A1 meeting i has been arranged ior Tuesaay.llth | instant, at 7.30 p.m.', at Courtney's, to finally close matters, m order that a start will be made -with the competitions 0n May 22nd. Clubs will, therefore, note the necessity ot having theU' entrance fees, club!« and , players' names, jn the hands: oi the secretary on op before that date; A weight limit lias fceen ^ arranged with th^ Third -3rade section. T...
Coalclitt Engine-drivers [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 7 May 1915
Coalclili Eogine-drivers The adjourned hearing of-the charge preferred against Harold Garrick„ an enginedriver employed at ^the ahaft at the Coalcliff Colliery^ (or absent ing. himself Irom work on the 17th March, Was resumed On Tuesday last and after sitting all day the Court kdjpurned until to-day (Friday) . Mr. Beeby appeared for the plain tiff compfenv. Mr. A. A. Lvsaeht lor the defence. The evidence of Daniel Hotchkis, under-onanager at Coaloliff Colliery, was to the effect that he had Hot given defendant permission to ab sent himself from work; neither did ! defendant give witness the customa I ry fourteen days' notice to quit the | service of the company. Defendant had wot'ked on the 16th, but he'did not intimate that he was not going to work on the 17th; defendant worked on the 18th, but only work ed, part of the day. Witness had had I u convei'sation with the enginedriv er s. as a class, on the 15th March. One of the men said that they had a request to make, that Wallls be ...
Wollongong A., H., and I. Assn. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 7 May 1915
Wollongong A., ii., and I. Assn. Tixe adjourned annual tueeting of j the above society took place at the, Society's .Office last night. Mr- ®uos. \ Cook .was voted toxthfe chair, andj there Jwere also present Messrs. E.-j H. Boys, H. S. Budden, R. L. Bur-J ' cher, L. Oarr, W- J. Cochrane, E-j H,. Figtree, W. A. Lang, M. 'A. O'- ] Donnell, iW. Parkinson, J. H* Far ? ? rt W tT ,Xf SfilimhloR - Yip JJ-. F. JV. Spinks, J. T. Taylor, iG. C. Turkey, F. O. Wiseman. The annual report was read by the secretary, which showed that the society had had a most successful year- the overdraft had been reduced , by £37 lis (when outstanding arn ounts are in); It also f*eferredt to the, good work performed by the late pre-' Bldent. ... ' . ' Election of Committee. ' 'J fie first twenty-five .naiaes in or '? der of the baUot, as puljiished in. tour last issue, was t^oeciared / the cominittee for 1915-1916. As a mark V of respect, these included the name ; of the late vMr. Thomson, whose seat having be...
Entertainments CROWN PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 7 May 1915
Entertainments C3ROWN PlCTUtRES. This enterprising management' has something special for to-night and Saturday night, in the remarkable drama 'The Escape.' This picture has drawn record audiences night af ter night in the metropolitan area. The various scenes— pathetic and oth erwise? — are guaranteed to hold the interest of onlookers. In addition, there will be the usual mirthprovo kinsr films, including Mabel's and Fatty;s Simple Life (Keystone). On Saturday evening. Usual matimee'and free toys for the children on Sat urday afternoon. On Monday evening a further series of Kathlyn's Adven tures will be produced. The previ ous pictures under this title are so well-known by , the picture-loving community that further comment is unnecessary. Don't forget that on Wednesday evening the first series of the great film by the famous Tan houser Company,, entitled ''The Mill ion Dollar Mystery,' is the attrac tion. The series will be continued on fevery Wednesday until completed. This famous...
Wollongong Mails. Arrivals and Departures MAILS ARRIVE AT [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 7 May 1915
Wollongong Mails. Arrivals and Departures MAILS ARRIVE AT 9. a.m. from Nowra, 'Shellharboiir Unasnderra, Dapto, Albion Par«-, , JCiama, Berry. 11.10 a.m* from Balgownie, Fairy Mea'dow, : Bellambi, liulli Rail way, Thirroul, Helensburgh, Clifton, Corrimal, Sydney, Scar* borough. 3.30 p.m' from Nowra. 4.25 p.m. from Balgownie, Fairy Meadow (Wednesdays excepted), Helensburgh, Sydney. 6 p.m. from Mt. Keira, Tieiraville 6.30 p.m. Port Kembla, Figtree, Mt. Kembla, Kembla Heights. 7.15 p.m. from Sydney, Woonona, Bulli- I 7.30 p.m. from Shellharbour, Unan- i derrd., Dapto, Albion Park, , Kiama, Dunmore, G-erringong, j 9 p.m. Corrimal. MAILS CLOSE AT 8 a.m. for Port Kembla, Mt. Keira, Keiraville, Figtree, Mt. Kem bla, Kembla Heights. 8.15 a.m. for Ba'lgownie, Fairy Meadow, Bulli Railway, Helen^ . burgh, Clifton, Woonona, Corri mal, Sydnev. Scarborough. 10 - a.m. for Nowra., Shellharbour, Unanderra, Dapto, Albion Park, Kiama, Dunmore, Berry. 10.15 a.m. for Sydney. 2.45 p.m. for Balgownie, Fai...
MORUYA. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 7 May 1915
- - MORULA. - llefore the- Mdruya Police . Court last wee'i a young man w.-tS fivoa two pounds Sor drunken 'ms;s. I er' was charged with riotous behavi our in Queen-street aud fined £3 and court costs 6s. ' Foxes ? are becoming very troi?ne somif» out BucVeribovTia Wav. l ast wee'e Mr. G.: Robb lost 11 f-beep, and .Mr. -P. 5j}ga.n 15, as 'the result of one nierht's visit paid to the paddoc' S\of these' owners.1
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 7 May 1915
DENTISTRY Mr H. WORSLEY onlybesident dentist, j*, * f » vxuojjux wishes to mfonn Jiis numewjua ^atianfi agd the residents of the district that he has EBBlOVBD from Mr. S. Arris's1 MY OWII SPECIAL METHOD OF PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS. Why suffer /osiT\ Why suffer Toothache? l^™/ Toothache? O^n Jh? A,PP^ EFFECTS* and NO SWOLLEN GUMS. lonltr^T^L ca^ i? - *? Stoppings, and any Class of Dental Work. I ' S3 Sydney Prices, and guarantee all my work. Your old Artificial leeth can be remodelled for very little cost. ' rAadr'° H. WORSLEY, Dentist, I OPPOSITE WOONONA POST OFFICE. MODERN OENTISTRUT REFORM PRICES J. H. QUIST, r.d.s., ^ (LATE OP OXFORD STREET, SFDNEY) 1 Bridge Work, £\ Is per Tooth Gold Crowns from 10s 6d Gold Fillings from 10s 6d Beautiful Sets of Teeth with Patent Suction, from £2 2s. GUARANTEED PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS. CROWN STREET, WOLLONGONG (Opposite Government Sayings Ba&k). DEDUCTION INT PRICES f OP Floret Cars. - ' ^ . * Owing io.tbe increased output of tbe Canadian Facto...