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WOLLONGONG COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 7 May 1915

WOLLONGONG COUNCIL' At the meeting on Friday evening ' there were present ; Aldermen Smith' (Mayor), Kir by, Lance, Ford, Beat eon, Stoyles, Howarth, Marks, Mc Kenzte, and Wiseman. Alderman Sut ton seht along ah apology ior unav oidable absence. 1 r'- Motion of Sympathy. f The Mayor moved that the Clerk ' ^ Ivi instructed to forward a letter of !;??? sj-mpathy, to 'the widow and family s; of the late Mr. J, B, Thomson.- The motion was parried, the aldermen ?y standing meanwhile. g Correspondence. From the Public tviv' e TV.part nieAt there was a letter statin'- the Pirector-Ceneral would he visiting j Wollongong at an early date, and that the question of the supply of k electric current from +-»« *?».«--? Kem it; bla Power House would be discussed . f |.y him with the Council. — Referred ^ to the lighting committee. K The secretary of the Wollongong 1 Oaslight Company (Mr. !Porteous), ' - wrote to (the effect that his direct L- ors could not see their way clear to - * enter into a f...

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

Coalclif f Troubles. The secretprj'- and president the . ; CoalcUff Miners' Lodge (Messrs. T. tMlpapre and W. Hyde, (write to .say ! that they cauuot understand' why the mine is idle,- fThe miners iwiero prepared to resume work any - time the company would open .the mine; thUnm kA Tkoa^ JL JXCVV V| ' MCCU IVYtW AVXv ftw y , . fo'ur pr five. weeks .for the company to allow, thein to resume work. They say that it ; the company have no intention of opening the mine, they should say so. The men wQuld then ' seek work elsewhere. ' TJie; inanageniettt, '«n the other o;: hand, ? hold the view that they have'a perfect right .to conduct * their,* -own businesp, in their own 'way. ✓ ^

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

vV _ v ?? ?.. ; - v , ,N - ?? ? -y ; ?- ? - , Jfe ?' It is Very Important You. should keep your Feet Warm and ., ? Dry, and get, assured Comfort from fttt;— Your Footwear during the oool change, and to get this I wish to suggest the following : — * f Ac Q/l -A- Gent's Glace Kid Balmoral Boot ' t A_ f| j Ivfd vil Worth 12/6, Good wearer -/U 1 9C OA Gent's Glace Derby Boot, Plain or | o_ aj I OJ- Oil patent Toe, also Box Calf, at; I OS DO Gent's Glace Kid, Patent Facings and Toe Cap, ^ ZiS 011 French, and American Lasts, hand-sewn sole, /fS Extra Quality. MEN'S FOOTBALL BOOTS in Black Calf& Green Hide, io/9, 12/6, 13/6 BoV'S BOX CALF BOOTS suitable for everyday wear in several qualities And a fine range of WOMEN'S and CHILDREN'S FOOTWEAR. SIR nARNAN BOQTMAN , ? ? mm \^IbI (Opposite Post Office), CORRIMAL KITCHEN TINWARE Kitchen Utensils must be of the best quality, because they are given I hard and steady work throughout the year. , You know how useless the ordinary kind of po...

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Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Filth Sunday after Easter. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 7 May 1915

Church Serviees.; : \ - church of, England. Filth Sunday after Easter. St. Michael's* Wollongong, 8, H.C., : Rev. C. A. Siubbin; 11, Morning Prayer, Rev. C. A. Stubbin; 2.80, Children's Service, itev. C. A- Stub bin: 7.15, Evening Prayer, iRev. J. Poole. Balgownie, 7.15. H,C., C. A. Stubbin. Fairy Meadow, H, Hevi J. Poole. Port Kembla, 3, Rev. J. Poole. Keiraville, 3, Mr. I;. boos. Mount Kemblftr 7.15, Mr. C. . Stubbin. Figtree, 7.15, Mr. W. U Scott. ' „ t, - BuUi, 8, Holy Communion; 11, He*- , p. W. Dowe; 7-15, Mr. A. Moore., Thirroul, 11, Mr. Dent; 7.15, Mr. i mlchrist. Woonona, 11, Mr. A. Jtfoore; 7.15, Rev. P. W. Dowc. METHODIST. CBUiRCH Wollongong, 11 and 7.15, Re^ Duesbury. Dapto, 2.30, Mr. J- orn' ford.; Marshall Mount, 11, Mr. J. Gornford. Mt. Keira, 2.45, Mr. J. W. Onions; v7, Mr. W. E. Gardner. Mt. Kembla, 3, and 6.30, Mr W. Preece. Balgownie,, 3, ReV. Frank ^ Duesbury. Bellam^l, 8, Eev. A- Flet cher. Corrimal, 11, Rev. A. Fletcher; 7 Rev. A. Fletcher. Port Kembla, 7, Mr. ...

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

? ; Ladles ! # '/.j| If you are suffering from Indiges tion, Rheumatism, Piles peadaches. Backache/ Constipation. . INervbus Breakdown, -or any of those weary ing, dragging ' paiiia -which underm ine the whole system, do not hesitate about seelaing our advice. We make no . charge for consultation, ' and .you ' ^ will incur ? no obligation by calling. If unable to call ior a personal i?*' twview, send' for- pur- specipl consul i tation form, which will be^ posted to anyone who writes for it to DePt : ; 70, Indies' College of Health, .54 t: Oxford-street, Sydney. ..** ? H-e that Watii learned to obey will i -; know How to command. 1 ' S.MACK^Y, TINSMITH Amr-XBON WORKER, Bourke Street - . ?: k.' f- ALL WOBK PROMPTLY EXEOIJTED

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

' If your virion ia defective, Consult J. L. WALKER, %rExam.) (Late of Wollomcong) Expect in Sight Testing and Fitting Glasses, whose work is well known in this district. Mr Waixbb visits South Coast Towns regularly, and may be consulted at Wollon gong on dates to he advertised. All communications and Repairs addressed , to Box 1741, G.P.O., Sydney, will receive prompt attention. Broken Lenses addressed to Box 1741, G.P.O.. will be carefully duplicated according to original tests. Private Address-' J. L. Walkee, Hastings Boad, Botany. F. JONES, Chemist, Thirroul, BEG-8 to state that he has REMOVED to Larger and more Up-to-date Premises NEXT TO Mr KOBINSON'S ESTATE AGENCY. Particular care has been devoted to the Dispensing Department, which has been fitted up with every requisite. HiB reputa tion as a careful and accurate Dispenser is well known and recognised by local Medical Men and -by many leading Sydney Medicos. The finest Drugs onlj are used, and the charges most moderate. A la...

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

NORTH COAST NEWS t ) 1 ? The Newrybar swamp lnnds which were recently drained and opened #by tbe Government have not turned out a, success. Cr. I'vlliott informed the Jlyron 31i ay Shire on Tuesday that only one of the nevy selectors now remained. iVll the others Hung up their .areas and departed. The purely swomp selections were badly drained 'jiany oi them consisting of only a crust of peat on the top of a bot tomless abyss. Ferns and rushes .grew! on inem over ten leet n»gn, ana tno snosquitoN made life unendurable. For these, selectors were cliarged a drain* «ge rent of 4/6 per acre, and ^3 an acre for the laud. Fanners with high and dry adjoining farms still retain their portions, but as a new settle ment scheme, the Ke wry bar swamp has gone the way of other Govern ment illustrations of ? tbe gentle art of 'how not to do it.' Kaleng (IJellingen), correspondence: 3)espite a luxuriant growth, conseq uent upon the bounteous rainfall early in the spring, droughty condi tions which...

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

SCARBOROUGH For the^ pay . this week both ' the South Clifton 'and Tanne| Lollieries have put up a record, each ' having not in eleven days. This is the first full-time pay that has been drawn at these collieries for some consider able time. The coke trade here is al so very brisk, -the platforms . being cleared almost daily. The rain of the week, however, has hampered load ing operations to soine extent. Mr, 'Geimnpll, the , newly-appointed minister to the Scarborougft-Thirroul Presbyterian Charge, preaclied . . at both services at Scarborough on Sun 1 day lasrt. Tho cbngregaiilpns were large and. Mr. -?emmoll ina.de an ex cellent impression. - v At the, Scarborough police Ciourt, . Joseph Murphy .was 'arraigned on a charge of having played ''two-up' in front of the Scarborough Jfotel. ? De fendant deposed that ihe was not there at the^time; lie had been to the Scarborough Post Office, and had just returned to the front of the hoi tel. when the charge: was made, a gainst himi The M...

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

COLEDALE For the pay the North Bulli -pit ^ has .worked nine days — one day being lost owing to the want otf trucks./ Prospects are good for continuous work for some time to* come. The activity in the. co^ke' trade continues tp prevail — in fact . the industry, is .. more brisk now than has been the case for months past, the whole of the 106 OVens b'eing in operation. /^n IVjfrtW n .. 1nn4- ^ 1*. ? ? J 1. » ? 1 _ » ju-wunay loot tx 'Luiei o,r vDieves a j entered the boarding establishment of ? , : Mrs. Madgwlck, Qf Coledale, and re- ? ? ' moved money to the amount of aboutj ? six pounds from the pocket of a boarder, whose cloth.es were hanging; in his room. Sergeant Connor, of Scarborough, is investigating. .'2. The Coledale Progress Association ^ ' has already justified its existence, as * many necessary objects have been ac- * complished. The Association has now 5 s ' a membership of 84, and at the usu- - - al meeting, held on Friday evening ^ - last, ho less than sixt^ members pu...

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

D. CLARK (Late T. S. Wearn), Hairdresser and Tobacconist. large stocks of fancy goods FISHING TACKLE, S IATIONERY, &c. Up-to-Date Saloon. All Tools Sterilized, Manager TOURIST BUREAU', WOLLONGONG. Grey Hal r I The world had waited for many, ? : t many weary years for ' a re-. . B; thedy for grey hair. At lfcst ' B I it has been discovered. It is B: i a wonderful compound called B' I Surmanol, and how anmzirifr 'it B - I id. . In a few . sliort ' weeks H ' I i Surmanol will remedy the Bj greyest, whitest - hafo\ and ? -- f bring every thread, right from B ' root to tip, back . to its old - B ' | pretty original black, brown, H light brown, golden, red' or B: other colour. You then, leave .9 - off using Surmanol for ever, -81 l»ecause so long as life lasts B; that greyness can never return. B; It is not a dye or stain. You Q' use Surmanol, and soon vou'Jl B say 'Good-bye, ugly groy hair flv — pood-bye, old hair dye.' . M: Price, 5/- (postage, 4d. extra), H from The Edgewortli ...

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ROLL OF HONOR [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 7 May 1915

ROLL OF HONOR The reality, of the war whicli Is de . vastating Europe has1 this week been more forcefully brought under tfea notice of Australians than has been the case hitherto, for the r^easoU'that in the lists of the fallen in the fierce battle in the Dardanelles, appear thtt ? ? ? ? ? - ? ? ? ttHirl aatcies oi mttny ui vui- vww kin— true Australians who have hon- - oriibly died at the 'post of duty, livery citizen feels a personal loss bj the -deaths of these brave and noble young men, and In oyr own mldsti there are many families who . havo ; been hastily thrown into mourning. These latter may rest contented in the assurance that their dear on«s tiave died wreathed in hon*r, and that their fellowi citizens mourn tbeir loss as keenly as they do themselves. LIEUTENANT DUCHESNE Lieutenant Sydney Duchesne, killed (n action, was the eldest son of GRid Mrs. E. J. Duchesne, of Wollon gong, late of Manly. He was 'a bright youth of 21 years, and was educat ed at Manly an$ Waverley Publ...

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A Famous War Motto [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 7 May 1915

A Famous War Motito Abraham Ltincoln's war motto is being reprinted. It reads aa follows : 'With malice towards none,; with charity for all; with firmness in the right as God gives us to see the right let us strive on to -finish the work we are in; to bind up this nation's wounds; to care for him who shall have borne the battle, and for hiB Mdow and orphan; to .do all iwhich tnay achieve and cherish a Just and lasting peace.'

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

PORTER— At lit. Ion May 1st, Jams youngest son oiKmaa John Porter aged 22 year®, By regretted. : FunerAtice , HABERLEY— ' Thj^fcjs of |Mr Jacob Haberly and Fan^B kindly invited to attend the funer^Ks late daughter Ivy Olive, to leavneudenoe, Gray-st, Woonona this SSy afternoon at 3 o'clock, for theCb« Eiiglflnd Ceme tary (General), BBsbome and Son Undertakers, Bnllil In MemoriWotices JAMES— In lovingBity of our dear mother and gnBber, Sarah, who departed this lifwtford, May 5th, 1914, eged 83 yd! . She has gone, , biU mtgotten, As it dawns anot^ft&r. In the lonely horaj&jrfsg Thoughts of heijHrays flour. Inserted by her lov*aghter and son in-law Mary and -« Peokham, and grandchildren, Georgmy, and Clarence. MOLLY— In loving niw of our darhng little Tessie, whoMedttis life May 1 10th, 1911 ; ^ We who love you, jXoisg you, Though we knofBpod taiew best, When He ceased yoMa and suffering, As He laid yon jeitiEgti Years may pass aff^f.fesae, But your face willj» fade. JP...

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

FURNITURE SALE, WOONONA MONDAY, MAY lOth. FOB and on account of Mrs Moss at the Residence, Campbell Street, Woonona, the whole offthe FURNITURE & EFFECTS as follows— Two sideboards, 2 chests of drawers, 2 com binations, 3 couches, 4 dressing tables, 6 waBhstands and toilet sets, dining, kitchen, occasional, and other tables, 2 double beds and bedding, 8 single bed steads and bedding, toilet glasBtiST hall table bed chair, all crockery, cutlery, glassware, lamps, blankets and quilts, curtainB, floorcloths, chairs, blinds, and curtains, 3 lenders, and usual sundries, H. F. Cotterell Will Sell aB above at 1 .30 p.m., PAY MONDAY Everything to be sold as Mrs Mobs has pur . chased a . business elsewhere. Frank Bevari WILL SeU at the Yards TO-MORROW (Saturday) at 2.80, for Mr T. Evans, Thirroul .,Delivety Van, Horse, and Harness. Account A. Ali, 4-year-old Taffy Pony, Sulky, and Harness. Also 10 Park and Stock Saddles, 2 Tents complete, 10 by 8. For Obptain Settree, choice milch Co...

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

Help the Belgians! They Helped You Belgian Night : FRIDAY, MAY 14. Crown Pictures WOLLONGONG A Gigantic Belgium Benefit. All Proceeds Given by tKe Crown Pictures to tKe Fund In addition to the usual Programme of First-class Pictures, the follow ing Artists have been engaged — Miss Gertrude Corr, introducing songs at the Piano. Mr. Marshall Crosby, late Tivoli, Sydney Miss Catherine O'Brien, Melbourne's Favorite Contralto Little Misses Gleeson and MarKhatn, in speciality bongs and Dances. Increased Orchestra of 1I6 Performers under the baton of our Conductor (Mi. Alexander). Special Programme of Music for this night. During the evening Messrs O'Donnell and Stumbles have kindly consented to bell by Auction, in conjunction with the Local Belgian Committee, the follow ing donations to the Fund Pony, H. Brooks ; Silver Hair Brush, Mr Simon : Glass Flower Stand, A.' Parsons & Co.; Belgian Flag and Cushion, W. 0. Sxaser , Flag, Mr Lysaght ; Side Saddle, Miss Lee ; Fancy Worked Cove...

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

fpHE Cock of thelMRe0. IfreWs 3 j X course dinnera, jfW|to 0f ^ | ainingrooms, directly,

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WOMAN'S WORLD HOUSEHOLP MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 7 May 1915

WOMAN'S WORLD HO,U(SBHOt-P MEMS. '? To clean piano keys, use alcohol. ! Good results will he produteed. ?Save ? ajl old stocking legs. Cover ed with parts of 'an old kid gloves, they make good iron holders. ^ , Always put the sugar used in a tart in the centre of the fruit, not on top. or it will make the paste sod f oen. * V V ? A brown dye for leathers 'may lje made . as follows : Boil half an oz. of Spanish saffron and a quarter of an ounce of annatto in water until \ the dye is Extracted, to which must' be added some alcohol to set tbe co lour. When hanging casement curtains it Is a. good plan to draw the finger ol an old glove over the end of , the rod before, running it through the hem of the curtain. This prevents a possibility of tearing the material. ' ? ? ? ? When mixing blacklead, iif you uso turpentine instead of water the stova iwill polish quickly and ^asily. 'Knitting is declared by specialists , In the treatment of rheumatism to be a most helpful exercise for hands l...

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Our New Story. In Sheep's Clothing (Copyright.). CHAPTER I. OUTSIDE THE TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 7 May 1915

[?] InShei'sJlotbiDg ByHEADbN HILL. .- ? — o— (Author' -- of ''The Ocean -King Mys tery,' The sentence of the Court,' 'The Kiss- of the Knewy,' 'Link, by Link;'' Etc., Etc., (Copyright) CHXpTEll I. OtTSIDE THE TOWN IIALL. Tho great fight was nearly - over. The arc lamps in the open space round the Town Hall blinded and flashed upon a vast concourse wait ing in the pitiless rain for the re sult, all unheeding.- physical discom fort in keen zest to learn at the earliest moment which side had won. All Grandport were there, squeezing ti ml jostling, but for the most part with the .good humour oi a British crowd eager 'to ratify tltttelection of its Parliamentary representative;. The iisti docks were deserted, ana so were the mighty shipbuilding works ? li ii^hor up the estuary of the tidal river; e* en a contingent of night watchmen had- snea1:-ed away - .from ' their- posts for. half an hour to be present nt the declaration of the poll. - , ? , ' ''? This is uo story pf politics, but r...

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

Rees' Bread. FIRST PRIZE A^AIN l| at Wollongong Show. -f; Sift ' 'ii-1 ? ' %S5 It i0 Good and Wholesome. . Children like and enjoy it like nake. ^ Old people appreciate its fine quality , knowing* it is baked with due regard to retaining the rich nutriment of the wheat. It is Baked'by Expert Bakers at T. REES' Bakery, -^11 - Unanderra, ' - ' «. ? ?? e ' 'Sty ^ Cart delivers in Wollongong and surrounding districts daily c Telephone 179, Unanderra. - . ' ? ? ':'$k Housewives are unanimous that g Brunton's Flour has no equal for Scones and Bread. H Bakers prefer Brunton's to any ^ other Flour for Bread and SmallGoods. Ladies say that the quality of 5 Brunton's Flour - is without a . - parallel for uniformity. Coastal Farmers' Society* Agents, WOLLONGONG. V;.®§ TO THOSE If ABOUT TO PURCHASE - : A Sewing Machine, we would like to: say, in view of. the many low- | grade machines now ibefoye the . - publ^j^t«ltibpugh'^riioe iaiplwiajs. an important consideration, inyour ?. own iritOTest^-i...

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

[?] A new story, *'In Sheep's Cloth ing' commences in this issue. 1 .The quail season opens next. Satur Bav, 15th instant. — o— Archbishop Kelly is to. lay the foundation stone,, of the new R.C. Presbytery on 23rd May. — o — . 1 Mr. Walter Smith, of port Kembla, who lias joined the Army 'Medical Corps'; was, on Monday evening, 'en- tertained at a social at the Port. A movement is well in hand at K iama to m,ake a presentation to j Mr. P. E. Addison, erstwhile C.P.S. who is leaving ifor tbe front. At the Nowra Church of England Vestry Meeting last week it was de . cidetf in favor of purchasing a motor car .or the Rev. Mr. Perkins. We have been asked to state that Lieutenant Cowie, erstwhile of Wol longong, did not; break an arm while proceeding to the front; it was brok en in action at the front. v ^ O—- ~ ^ The collection in aid of the ICiania Hospital ta^en up in the Municipal , ity of 'Sbellharbor, on Saturday, re sulted in a sum of £11 17s 8d be ing realised. Suppliers to tho Now...

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