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

I ALBION PARK The \week has been very cold. A . first a cold southerly came along, and brought on rain, which was al so of a freezing nature. This will greatly interfere with the 'supply ' of milk for city consumption, and it . will not be surprising to see all the mtilk called In for this purpose with', in a week or so. During the present month Albion , T'ark pleasure-seekers will be called on to patronise various entertain ments. On Wednesday night last there was a social in aid of tho Belgians; next Wednesday night there is a social in aid ol the Agricultu. ra, Show Basaar. There are sports and entertainments on Belgium Pay and sports for Empire Day. The Agricultural Bazaar takes place dur, ing_ the latter end ol the month. While; ?n between, the usual Satur day night's pictures , arc on the cards as well as one or two travelling shows, which intend coming' along. (Flemington sale yards, from a cat-. tie-dealer's point of view, 5s Incom ing the Monte Carlo of N.S. Wales. Quite re...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Threatening Tea Deficiency [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 14 May 1915

Threatening Tea Deficiency During the past five years the con sumption of tea throughout the world has steadily overtaken the pro duction. The stocks held in the great centres of distribution have gradual ly decreased year by year, until, with the. events of the past few months, the position has culminated in successive increases in prices in world's markets, which are unparall eled in the history of tho tea trade since the industry .was in its infan cy. The fact cannot be ignored any longer that the world is working on [ a very narrow margin of stocks, and that unless a' most unforeseen factor arises very shortly consumers will be forced to pay much higher prices for their tea than/ have been in vogue during the last 30 years. So finely balanced .are the supplies and demand that the advent of an other Ernden, a fire in a large Lon don warehouse, or an unfavourable season in Ceylon or India, would throw the market into a state of chaos, for there is no margin &f safety on wh...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Belgian Fund [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 14 May 1915

Belgian Fund The hon. secretary (Mr. ^Reeves), desires us to ask all those who have books of sulky tickets for sale to make a, special effort to dispose of these at once, and return butts ! and ? proceeds to him early in the coming week, as it is desired that the drawing shall take place before the end of this month. pi cjt»u.rauons are being made by the local committee to sustain AVollongong's part in the great 'Spe ciali Belgian appeal. To-day (Friday) is the officially fixed Belgian ? Day, and a monster entertainment has been arranged by Mr. Boland, in co operation iwiith the committee-, at the Crown Picture Palace. During th«J programme an auction sale -will be ..e ? -Jn ? ? ,j ?' * . _?« « , wciu vi vauous gixts wiiicn nave oeen presented for that purpose. No day function has been arranged for 'to day, local, conditions inducing the committee to postpone this till next Pay Saturday, 22nd instant, and for the afternoon of that day a monster uwuuTOwtiwoH ana auction sa*e ' nas be...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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North Illawarra Free Library [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 14 May 1915

Nortli Illavarrd Free Library A public, meeting,, convened by the Mayor (Alderman W. Madden), was held, in the Council Chambers last Wednesday evening. There was a re presentative gathering. The Mayor explained that the ob ject was to revive interest in tho Municipal Library by forming a com- 1 mittee of ratepayers to work in con junction with the Council's Library J Committee in the general manage iment. ? Alderman Hayman gave, a general I idea of the nature of the books pre sently in stock, and of what was [required. He gave some information about the Sydney Free Library, quoting 'book figures of reading as a guide to stocking a public library. There Was a suggestion, by Mr. Sharpies, of games, which was sup ported by Mr. E. Cratii, jvho said the Council would not be asked to provide lighting. Mr. T. D. Burling, master Eairyt Meadow School, proposed debating and general improvement meetings in adoition to games. On the motion of Aldermen Mc Donald and Hayman, it was unani mously d...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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UNANDERRA [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 14 May 1915

UMWDERM ?tfr. Murray Brownlee -has transfer red his lease of the farm at Mount Kembla to Mr, G. Thorny, of 'Al bion Park. , Mr F. Vorse has purchased Mr. f5 C. Rope's cottage. The price is said to, have been £230. ? Saturday iiext is the Opening of 1 ine quail shooting reason. -1 OVJ good 1 time is looked forward to by sports tnen, although there have been a number shobtSng about Berkeley, ' in cluding a crack pigeon shot; ^ th6y were promptly ordered bff, lane fishing lias of late been slow1, 1 the nets also making : but .very light hauls. , - ? ,G«orge 'Lindsay is laid lipfVltti a severe attack of influenza. f f

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CURRENT JOTTINGS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 14 May 1915

CURRENT JOTTINGS . I had lately a look at the Warra gamba liiver, where it is proposed to carry out -a water conserving work, aud learned that surveyor^ had recently been workiag there for six months. Survey marks were num erous, and above ' the river was an -apparatus which, I supposed, .-was tor measuring the flow of water. It was stated positively by residents that the project .was to be carried out; it was spoken of as being included in the Norton (Griffiths' list.. The river here flows through a nar row gorge, over 400 feet deep, the dam planned, I was informed, 'will be the highest dam in existence; the base of it will be eight hundred feet — an immense structure, but it will- have to hold back an immense weight of water. It was stated that the land submerged will be almost wholly of the inferior kind. It is a great project, and .will be t a provision for the growth of tho metropolis which should be ample. But when is our metropolis going to slow down in its rate of growth, wh...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 14 May 1915

pit was the steamer Hesperus [ That sailed the wintry sea, But the skipper bold hail an awful j cold, ''And was sad as sad could Tie. But his daughter fair, with the gol den hair, Said, /.'Father, no words could be truer; No o.ure on earth has half the worth Of Woods* -3reat Peppermint Cure. Mr. V. WILSON' DENTIST, OB OWN STREET,' WOIiLONGONG Also Branch Surgery — MAIN ROAD. BULLI Opposite Mr. H. F, CotfcerelL Hoars — 9.30 4.80 —Wednesdays excepted

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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MOUNT KEIRA [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 14 May 1915

? ? V'.' ? T MOUNT KEIRA^ The Mount Keira Colliery continue to* work every day. On Wednesday of last week, at Mr. C. YateB' orchard, Mr. Bryant, of the Department of Agriculture gave a pruning demonstration. Owing to the Jieavy rain, the p.ttondance Only numbered about twenty, but a deal of interest was manifested in the proceedings. In a thoroughly prac tical manner, Mr. Bryant gave those present a very good idea of. how prun ng should be done. The wish was expressed that Mr. Bryant will pay anothervjsit to Mount Keira at Borne future date, when, no doubt, thte weather conditions will be more favorable. The death occurred 'here on Tues day morning last of Mrs. George Pratt, senr., at the age of sixty-six years. For the past thirty yeare, Mrs. Pratt has acted in the capacity of a nurse, and there is scarcely a house at Mount Keira which she, at one time or another, has not been into in the hour of trouble. Any hour of the day or night she never failed to respond to a call to the bed...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 14 May 1915

For Bronchial Coughs, ta^e Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6* I Grey Hair j It is wonderful to aee bow quickly, how thoroughly, how euliy, Sur manol remedies the greyest, whit est' hair. If you started using it to-day then within a week you would notice the .old pretty natural colour creeping back into every grey thread. Day- by day the grcyness gets fainter and fainter until in a. few -'short weeks every trace of it has gone. You then leave off Using- Surmanol for ~ ever, because so long as life IaBts that grcyness can , never, never re- , ' turn. - Surmanol Is- a wonderful tonic , for the colour glands of the . . hair, and is the only true remedy for greyness in the world. It is not a jdye or stain. Price, 5/« (postnire, ? 4d. extra) from The Edgcwortb Laboratories, - Hoff nung's Chambers, 168 Pitt Street, Sydney. When writing describe hair troubles fully. You remem ber the old pretty colour of your hair before it 'went grey? You bee Surmanol, and just watch it I come right bar]:....

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 14 May 1915

I SHIPP BROTHERS ' I C0ACHBU1LDERS, At the Corner of . KEIRA AND SMITH STREETS, . WOLLONGONG, Vehicles Painted and Repaired on Shortest Notice. All Classes of Work Undertaken ESTIMATES GIVEN. Orders Executed Promptly. Good Work manship at Moderate Prices. F. A. SWAN Carrier and Contractor. .. Furniture Carefully Removed. Sulkies and Coaches for; Hire. Picnic Parties driven to any part - of the district at reasonable rates Address : , ^ COBBIMAL STREET, Tel. No. 60 Wollongong Special Cash Sale — o~ — - J ? HARDWARE, GLASSWARE, TOOLS. ETC. from 10 to 20 per Cent Discount off ; ' .... i ' |' ' ' ' ' ? 1 ^ Starting SATURDAY, May 1. Finishing SATURDAY, May 29 Foe Foub Weeks Only. , ? ^ \ ' ? ? ?? ~ *? * ?. - - . ? . ?, -. ? - - HEftE ARE A FEW SNAPS FROM A HOST OF BARGAINS-2' SALE PRICE Hardy's Patent Coal Picks, 2, 2J, 31bs Is 3d, Is 5d, Is fed eaah - Hardy's Patent Elat Eye, ? . . , 2, 2|, 31bs Is 4d, Is 6df Is 7d each Hardy's Patent Shod Handles Is 7d each . Hickory Unshod Handles ......

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Letter from Corp. F. Preston (To the Editor.) Mena Camp, March 28th. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 14 May 1915

tetter from Corp. F. Preston (To the Editor. s ^ — O — Mena Camp, March 28th. , - Sir,— No doubt you have received ere this my account to you ot the trip over with the N.S.W. First Itin torfcements. Well, we are safely here i In the shadow of the Pyramids, and joined to our different companies which we left sunny N,S. Wale*s to ? reinforce, and glad to say are paving plenty, and able to keep up with the First Brigade, wltH our training. It was feared at urst. that we would nof be able to ^^P i in the running 'with the- laas ^mo | - had had three months' desert train- i »ng, but a surprise to all is tnat there is no difference, thaftKs to tue good training we received beiore we left New South Wales. We are expecting to leave here at any time, but our destination we know not. but 1 can assure you -vre are all up to concert-pitcti tor a k scrap, and hope our luck is in before j long. 0 No doubt you are aware tnat tuo 'J'urks an ad a an0ther attack on the 1 'ftnal and we thought our tim...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 14 May 1915

ESTABLISHED 1879. F. ARNOLD, Monumental Sculptor, 53 Regent Street, SYDNEY Country 'Work a Speciality ^ Osborne & Son, UNDERTAKERS, ) WOLLONGONG, LOCAL AGENTS. Designs Free ok Application. Mr. James Lindsay, DENTIST, Opposite Monument, over Woods' Music Store ? 2ROWX ST. WOLLONGOIH*. Telephone^ 4

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NORTH COAST NEWS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 14 May 1915

NORTH C04ST NEWS The garden property at the top of the Lfismore cutting, known as the American's, has been 'purchased by Mr. J. A. Alcprn; of Hfc-us , Road, Alstonville. Mr. Ad corn intends to reside on the property. Mr. W. F. Kemp, solicitor, Bellin gen, had the misfortune a few days ago to have his elbow badly wrenlh ed through a fall from his horse. Mr. .1. B. MclJougall, Casino, re ports having disposed of 23 out of the 29 Tomki 'Estate farms. He ex pects to sell the othes six wiithin a few days. The historic old home stead, which only , changed hands three times since jt was obtained from the Orown between sixty and seventy year ago, was purchased by Mrs. Rogers, of Mullumbimby. Mr. C. P. Ilanley, late of Sandi lands, Upper Richmond, has purchas ed a pineapple and banana planta tion at Brookfield, Gold Creek, Q. Mr. 31. Daly, who has been licensee of the Federal Hotel, Alstonville, for the past five years, has disposed of his business to Mr. J. J. Kelly, lately of Mullumbimby. ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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SCARBOROUGH [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 14 May 1915

SCARBOROUGH j The South LJifton Colliery, and also the Tunnel mine at Scarbor ough, have been working twell of late. On Monday, however, a ' day was lost- owing to a derailment of a truck at Bellambi crossing, causing the workaneri s train to arrive an hour late at its destination. OGviden- i tly the men did not appreciate mak- I a late start, as they returned to their homes by the next train. There is plenty of trade in hand. On Tuesday morning last Edward Smith*, a workman employed at un loading thirty feet rails on the rail way duplication works, had one of 'is legs badly crushed as a result of a rail falling upop it. He was conveyed to Sydney by the milk train. Tlie recent heavy rains have been responsible (for a rather extensive land-slip occurring at the embank ment near the Scarborough Hotel. Recently debrjs from the duplication works has been dumped at the spot for filling up purposes, and the weight of this, no doubt, had some thing to do with causing the slip. *V party of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 14 May 1915

Perfect Digestion means Piraect Health A good stomach keeps -every part of the body iji perfect- condition and disease cannot break in. Dr. .. Shel don's Digestive Tabules ere a na tural remedy for all disorders ami weaknesses of the stomach.' They 'possess .exactly, the same properties as' the gast..ric juicfes and other di gestive fluids o-! the stqmaCh. The\ actually do the digestive work oi the stomach; and enable that or can to rest,, recuperate, and beconv sourjd and . healthy. They act in a. mild , natural manner, -and cause na disturbance in the' -digestive organs. They prevent any fermentation of the food, which causes sour stom ach. Dr.. Sheldon's Digestive T abules Instil health into every part of thcr human body. They compel perfect di gestion of the food, and perfect- as similation ol the food nutriment. -Every organ of the body is kept in repair/ and good health necessarily results. At the same time the stom ? a,ch, bein^ relieved ot its work, getw veil and strong. A t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 14 May 1915

Iresch'sI 1 AUSTRALIAN 1 2 XXX Ale. (Draught) I i LAGER - - ] 1 PILSENER - - 1 DINNER ALE- - | SELECT STOCK ALE | STOUT - - ? Els' m OBTAINABLE | IN BOTTLES I FROM . f ALL HOTELS | = /V ' IS 31 . ? ? : | RESCH'S ALES, LAGERS, & STOUT I 4ll I | are brewed by Australians for Australians «j AND STAND EASILY FIRST. S J BREWERY - - REDFERN, SYDNEY. I Jjj , -A ? ft* . PBO^UO^MEHCflA KT v;'£ Z-:-l ? ' ? Commission - A gent The Farmers* andSettlera Co-op X-iBfnot^eo.tlor , McLeanVMild Cured B^eoa ; Barnee* -Mild Cored Baoott? Gwgo's Dianwnd Flour ; ? Baltic Separator^ Campion's Carbolic Bind Soap. Agricultural S^iBdand ail Farm and Dairy Producedlway* on frand! Wholesale Buyera Supplied at Sydney Prioee Immediate Retqgna Given. ~ ; - * Telbphonelfo. 2B*. . ? OROWJ? STREET, WqLtONGQNO ? Gi^ £ ' ;VW Confectionery Refreshments Cools SkrMortft's Df-TO^DATE Refreshment Rooms. ~ - \ Tea and Coffee, IlofPIcSv&onp &c ? Afternoon Teas * Z English, American & Australia...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 14 May 1915

MR. E. A. BEEBY (of Bpeby & Co. 864 Pitt Street, Sydney, Solicitors) until farther notioe will Attend at Wollongong (Starr' Bowkett Office) from 3 pm. to 8 p,m. (Pfiy Saturday evenings). Special -appointments- . may be made by letter to City Offioe, 264 Pitt Street near Gritecion Theatre, Sydney for atteodanoe at Btilii and Wollongong. For Coughs and Colds, never fails, - l/«. - s . .? 'r~ ' ' ? ? ? ? y ' THE KING ' . ... .. I . ... : ' ? is .. COMING V- . ?' . . ' . TO ? ? ' Wollongong ' - ^ ( ? ' ?' ?? ??? . ' ! ?* '' ' Full Particulars Next Issue. 1 : - , ? I / ?? .1 A Suit bu lit by J. R. HEALEY, The well-known Expert Tailor, IS A MODEL OF PERFECTION IN EVERY.DETAIL v Tlie Well-dreesed Men *-n ifae Coast know and appreciate the honest , , work and value in Healey's Salts. , Be Wise and See that you -&&t xhe Best AiAo. r x CALL AT SHOP, UPPER CROWN1 STREET, A^D SEE ' - ' THE LATEST PATTERNS AND UP-TO-DATE STYLEB. :? ' i ' ' Ti' 'J1''-''- ? ???? ':--v

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RURAL TOPICS THE ORCHARD—SPRAYING. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 14 May 1915

RURAL TOPICS THli ORCHARD — SritAYI^CJ. ? ? f '? A\7here scale or -ivooUy^ &i his is pre rf . gent it -is a goodpl&n.to -spray be / fore commencing to prune, so that. V ' ' the insects may iiof be distributed by i , - means of the cuttings. As soon asi the leaves, or most of them, have- fallen, the mixtures and emulsions V; may be used at winter strength. %'5 Oil emulsions may be regarded al - 'V - most as a specific against all kinds of suctorial insects, having: a very ' -? penetrating and destructive effect. iS'r lied oil in a prepared form may be j ' j,7r : „ obtained under various brands, and : ; . - if used as directed will be found. 1. ^ very effective. It is advisable to mix : the oil with rain water whenever ; - ' ~ possible, but if other water has to j ' be used, care should be taken it is not so iiard as to break 'up the emulsion in which case injury will be done to th£ trees which get the oil alone. If. any Xree .oil 'is seen on the surface of the liquid ...

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DAPTO [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 14 May 1915

DAP TO On Monday evening there was a well-attended public meeting for the .purpose of making arrangements for the celebration of ' Kiupire Day- It ?was decided to have the usual pro cession, headed by the senior cadets. 'This will leave the railway station .at ten a.m. for the showground and will be marshalled by Mr. W. Mark, j Air. W. Arthur was appointed secre tary, and Mr. W. Smith treasurer, while a number of collectors were also appointed. It was decided to invfte the Mayor of Central Illa -warra to deliver an address to the ? .children. I Dapto Third Grade Football Club 4 will hold a social on June 4th, in aid of the Belgian Fund. .The monthly meeting of the Dapto Branch of the Red Cross Society ?was held on Monday night, Mayor ?of Central Illawarra (Alderman Martin), presiding. Mrs. Roberts ?wrote, tendering her resignation as .-a collector. The resignat'on was ac cepted, and it was decided to for ward a letter o| thanks to Mrs Roberts for her past good worK. Miss Dorothv Whi...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 14 May 1915

i If you have anything to Sell SEE ME!. V. HANNAM, Auctioneer, Upper Cbown Street, Wollongoko Auction Sales conducted to any part of the district. T. K. IRWIN VETERINARY L SURGEON, Sr^^vll CAMPBBLL-sr. , WOLLONGONG . Always T ry ?*» VEREKER The Cheap Butcher, In the NEW SHOP, Corner Crown and Railway Streets, Wollongong The Business is ran upon Metropolitan Lines— Prices up and down according to thfe market ' Finest Quality Meat-Conntry Killed. Customers are assured of atteution to their requirements. All Orders Promptly Executed. Carts deliver in all parts of the Town. JAMES VEREKER, Proprietor ? ? ' ? 1 — ?* S»e MOST MODERN I MOTOR GARAGE, Keira Street, Wollongong. F(JLLY EQ0IPPE DWITH UP-TO-DATE MACHINES AND TN THE HANDS OF TRAINED MECHANICS. All Repairs Done and with a Conscience. Vulcanizing, Tyre and Tube Bepairs a Speciality. Brazing, Fitting andTurning Done, and all Eepairs to Motor Boats, , Oil and Gas Engines, Sewing Machines', Pumps, etc. Petrol, Tyres, and all Runningi R...

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