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

Coalcliff Prosecutions The prosecution of ; the . Coalciiff Colliery employees, on Charges of ab senting themselves from work with out reasonable excuse, were further heard in the Wollongong Court on Tuesday, the - case before the Court 1 being that of Harold Carrick, en- 1 ' nine-dri.ver. The case'' for the prose- j cution had been concluded at previ- i ous hearing. Mr. Lysaght !orthede-! fence, Btartea to argue that tne Court, by rule 25, i had no jurisdic tion. Mr. G. Beeby, for the prosecu- j tion, pointed out that 'the Bench had ] ruled that there wa's a case to an- j swer. The S.M.: 1 did say that. Mr. 'Beeby 'contended that there cduld not he an address if evid ence in defence was to be called. The S.M. said he could not stop Mr. Lysaght addressing. In the c0urse of further argument the S.M. sad that what was in his mind when saying there was a case to answer was that the evid-, ence given was not sufficient to jus tify a conviction, but that defendant might give evidence to'...

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 — 14 May 1915

? ? — , ? ? ? . ? ~ ? , ? .v.- Give yourself a Chancy There would be a good deal less serious ; illness if people took proper 1 precautions when -they are just a ^ little out ol sorts.' Self-neglect ; a' tendency not to take 'precautionary h' measures until one as seriously 'til, ^ * (v cause a lot of unnecessary suffering. ? vv: There are particularly two danger signals that ought not to -be neglec ted— shortness of ' breath after slight exertion, such as' going upstairs, and a headache- 'with' bad appetite at breakfast time., People witb. these .'symptoms are always tUe?, people rwho-.: v ; fall victims of d'jsease easily, because their ''blood is in , an impoverished, impure state and. their power ofrests tance low. CThe way to enrich your blood is to feed, your bloody Ordinary food eannot help you to nourish tbe blood K you are out, o- sorts and already -on the way to illness. It is necess ary ; to take concentrated blood food and fortunately 'this can t-e .obtain*. ?? jW .iiPJn...

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

Bulli Cottage Hospital '?/ The General committee met Tuesday evening, May 11. Present, ' | Messrs. Allan Black (presiding)^. ''t, Owen, Rees, Glass, FJvans, A. Clark, ,% 0. W. Clark, Tr«sidder, Muir, ? Col- v liss, Bourke, R. G. Williams (treas-y , and 'E. Knight (secretary). . ? ; , - , Correspondence was read inwards ' 4 from the Undersecretary, asking' - to be furn shed witb particulars bf two claims for subsidy. Anonymous don- - * ation of £1 7s, and £24 14s,cbllec ted on the deviation works. From Drs. Palaner and D. Mcpher son, stating they could see no ob jection to voting iadies attending the hospital to receive instruction in nursing, ^ % From Rulli Shire Council, m reply to complaint of lights on Hospitai road, stating that the matter had been referred to Lighting Committee From Br. C. R. Palmer, informing the committee thai . he was leaving iur xi.gypi mis montn, ana tnat 1 Ji . Alsop will be acting for him .while away. ?. 5 Outward : To the hon. medical of- f fi'cers, ask...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Wollongong A., H., and I. Assn [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 14 May 1915

Wollongong A., H., and I. Assn The new committee held its first meeting on Tuesday evening. There was an attendance of 23 members out, of 25. Ml*. Thomas Cook pre sided. / lAanong correspondence read waa a letter from the Department, intima ting that no arrangements would be made for. the coming year for veter inary attendance at stallion parades j but that certificates of the previous j / year might be used.- It. was decided j to have the parade, as usual. .The racecourse trustees wrote ask ing to be given a portion- ofi the showground in order to straighten thef course. Doubt was exPresse& afl -to whether -it. was in the power of the Association to do so. . There was an application froln .Cap tain PenSold for the use of the show; ground for a balloon ascent. — Deci- ded to make a charge of £2.f Election of officers lor , the coming year resulted as follows : President, Mr. L. Carr; vice-presidents^ Messrs. T. Cook and B- H. Boys; secretary, MV ;'W rnrhr'arifl- t.reasurpr. ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Life in Vienna. ENGLISHWOMAN'S IMPRESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 14 May 1915

Life In Vienna. 1?NTGIJSHWOMAN'S IMPRESSIONS. In 1913 I decided to spend three or Jour months in the capital of Austria, and so sought a post as a! governess or cbmpanioii. I was soon successful, and entered a Jewish fam ily, Where I had to take charge of one little girl and chaperon the two elder g rls. I sooii found out that for an Bn^lish girl to be happy in an Austrian family she must forget her nationality, and put at any rate for the present, all the hide-bound traditions with wmcn sne uaa ueun surrounded from her youth upwards into the background, and just take life as it comes. It not she will 'be most unhappy, as the fine feelings of the English educated women do not exist in the majority of her 'Austri an sisters; their minds lack that su' persensitiveness of the delicate, nur tured English lady, and never, dur ing tiie whole of my four months' stay, did I ever see a shy or a blushing Austrian girl. The women are well dressed, and have an inborn sense of knowing what to we...

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 — 14 May 1915

Getting a Clear Complexion - . Constipation disfigures the comple xion with pimples and blotches. Poisonous matter: which should have been expelled from the system is re1 tained and gives rise to impurities ill the blood. , Cosmeticfe ~jfd oint ments .are mor-e lively than not to aggravate the trouble by blocking the. pores of the skin. 'Regularity must be established to remove tne trouble- . ' , Pinkettes, the dainty newi laxative, quickly clear away all offending mat ter without the least griping or dis' comfort. In every household such a simple, saie medicine is needed. Pin kettes are tiny, sugar-coated o\aIs, pleasant and easy to take. ?' Pinkettes are aC corrective ?; fof bad breath, Will clear the complexion; and are recommended for torpid liver, biliousness,' headaches, consti*. pation and1 whenever/ a gentle .laxa tive is required. Write , to the Dr . Williams' Medicine C0.» Sydney, fop a free trial sample, mentioning the 'South Coast Times.*' Pmkettes ara , Is. a bottle a,t...

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

iMr.O.aWafccrl . Dental ^lii^eon, mom STREET, WOXLONGK5K« mssSffi&iSiSkil&il flfflffiffffWWBHMBI6BBBBBBBSBfcS55^55S55& A SPECIAL INVITATION . TO HOUSEWIVES. Before going elsewhere to buy, we extend to you a cordial invita tion to come and inspect oiir great Window Display of CROCKERY, GLASS WARE, and ENAMEL WARE, the finest on the South (bast. Everything shown is of the latest , and most useful design, the quality is of the best, and as you will see, the prices are moderate to an unsurpassable degree. Crockery High-grade in de signs and shapes, which range from' the extremely use ful to the dainty and artistic from the most famous British Potteries. Our delicately - shaded Tea Ser vices, are perfect dreams. Just what yon want for Jrour handsome ittle tea table. , Splendid Stocks for replacing. Glass Ware The finest ever -imported. A splendid selection — Jam Jars,. Tumblers, Batter Dishes, Vases, ^ all of the nioBt modern make and design. Enamel Ware Really th...

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

TO* House of Hale. [M\ ttloliongong's fashion Centre, . ' : : — — — ? — (LQZ^y — ? — 1 ? ? — ' : — - For 2 Weeks only— we offer SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY VALUES IN ' - I'. _ ' S Australian- Made Apparel Thope who bay imported Woollens this year are going to pay dearly for them— why not bay the products of your OWN' conntry ? To feliow you how good they are— -how well made and how stylish — we are offering brand new seasonable goods at prices which cannot again be equalled. Nowhere else font, at The House of Hale can you get such va'aes. — -ionot overlook that fact. The«« special oflprs made to introduce Australian goods. ' ' ? The Special Display will last fo* Two WeeKs only from SATURDAY* May 8tK \ BLANKETS & FLANNELS— x Many Unique Values The British mills have been commandeered ; imported Blankets and Flannels are now scarce. Don't pay prohibitive prices. Come and feel the texture of our warm, soft, fleecy makes — beautiful Blankets and Flannels that will last for many a seaso...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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RIFLE SHOOTING. WOLLONGONG RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 14 May 1915

♦RIFLE SHOOTING. WOLLONGONG KEFLE CLUB. The following are the scores for the second x jquarterly 'shoot, lending June, with handicaps. Seven shots in two stages at 600 yds- — ' ?' iA\ . Class. ,35 Williams. hcp, 1, 67. / A. S. Parsons, scr„ 61. J. Burns, hep. 1, 60. iH Taage, scr., 60. . C. W. iPrott, ecr., 55. ? ? B. Class. 33. Oswald, hep. 7, -57. iP Musgrave, hep. 7, ? 67: S. Beadle, hep. 7, 55. - The South Airican. - Soldiers' Ciu3 has written asking for on S&npire Day. ? a .

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

iRUGBY LEAGUE. The following will represent Uiian derra First Grade againstv Wobnona First Grade at Woonona, on ^Satur day, loth May : — C. Dingle, 3EI. C. Wiicoekson, W. Stapleton, U. 3-ux- bury, yB: Stapleton, R. Sara, J. Bur rows, C. Franklin, J. Malady, S. j Baker, R. McGoldrick, L. Malady, P. ; Franklin, Jack O'Brien, T. Remfrey. : Coach leaves Unanderra at 1.45 p.jn. sharp. .

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

SOCCER. * There was a meeting of the 'As sociation at Tattersall's Hotel, on Sat.urday night last. . Mr. Stephen ' Lynch and other members from Syd ney were present. The most import- ? ant business was the election of off icers for the ensuing season, which resulted, I 'resident, A. Rae; txeas., Hu Kerr; secretary, — McDougal, , Corrimal. Mt. Kembla played their first match of the season at Figtree on Saturday, when they met a team of North Wollongong Lifesavers, whom they defeated. Teams from Flinders and -Rosebuds Clubs journey to Nowra next Satur day to play a match in aid of the Belgian Fund. Both clubs -will be strongly represented, and players sel ected are requested to be at Woll pngong station in time to Journey byj the eleven o'clock train. ' Thiough the ground was rather heavy for fast or class football the game at Figtree last Saturday— Lifesavers v. Kembla— was enjoyed: bif both teams. Kembla won on their merits by three goals to one. t FAREWELL. , v Billy Murray, the we...

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

In aid of the Belgian Fund 1 Look Out for The Monster Patriotic Procession and Demonstration, & Auction Sale, on Saturday Afternoon, May 22, 1315 AUCTION SALE of Stock, Poultry, Farm and Dairy Produce, Fruit. Vegetables and other articles donated. At Messrs. O'DONNELL & STUMBLES ' YARDS, Keira Street. Any Gifts of above nature for this Sale will be gratefully received and acknowledged. CHAS. M. REEVES, Hon. Secretary. Auctioneer's Preliminary Announcement. Belgian National Relief Fund. Bolli Shire Committee's Special Appeal to Rich and Poor, Young and Old, Good and Bad, Hi ih Class, Middle Glass, and Every Class, Irrespective of Age, Possessions, or Appearance. EMPIRE SAT, MONDAY, May 24 At THE PROCESS THEATRE, WOONONA. Musical Melody by Patriotic School Children (Conducted by the Professional Staffs of the Public and other Schools) Followed by a Highly Important and especially Attractive Sale; of Goods Contributed by Sympathetic Donors. THE BELGIANS lack everything ...

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

Springers! Springers! ALBION T-ABK YARDS. FRIDAY NEX1\ 21st, 2 p.m. O'Donnell & Stumbles ' Will sail by auotion as above, under j instructions from Mr. W. Sewell — 30 Extra Choice Galved and Springing Heifers, right at their work, and moBtly roans in gobd condition. Described as worthy of special at tention. ^ Usual Terms. Note Day. Building Materials POET KEMBLA SATUBDA1, 23rd, 12 (noon) O'Donnell & Stumbles Will sell under instructions from W. Wiley, 'Esq.— The- Material, Corru gated Iron, Bricks, Stoves, Grates, etc, being salvage from the late fire, on the ground at Fort Kembla, as above. - Terms Cash. Preliminary Announcement Superior Furniture TUESDAY, MAY 25th O'Donnell & Stumbles Have received instructions from Mrs. M. Frost, Mount Kembla, to sell by auc tion — The Whole of her High-class Household Furniture and Effects, re moved to Wollongong for convenience of sale. Particulars Later. UNRESERVED CLEAEANCE SALE. Thursday Next, 12.30 Unanderra Dairy H...

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

' . Coalcliff Prosecutions ? » .. '?* — ? ? I.-'' . '} -v ?? .lie remainder of the charged against ^employees : of ; the -Coalcliff Collier^ -for absence frdim wortc on April y)bh, 6wvere, in the ^byongong : Court tliis' morning, adjourned' untu Juiie 1st. ; Letters ivojn. Mr. G, S, . Beeby ?- for i'the ^prosecution) , and from Mr. J. W.\'Abigail (for the de fence), agreeing ;to this course,' were handed;^; -the^Ete^ ^ ?' V-; ... ... u, 'Mr. Frank %'oung, President' of the ?iVVolloiugong Citizens' Association; will be the representative of ^th#it body at the celebrations at Moiint Kembla op JSmpjlre Day. The ceremony of laying and bless ing of the foundation stone of the Catholic presbytery has been post poned, as,.^bhe committee thought ?t would be -'too difficult to inaike due preparations tor '£he cereropny. ; y * The secretary of the Wollongong Citizens' Association has been 'in- ? ^prmed that the' laying ot maihs to Rip^empnt is /a .t? the Metropplit^h Board , of Y water Supply...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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SPORT. The Turf KEMBLA GRANGE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 14 May 1915

SPORT. The Turf ? *rm JOSJIBJUA GRANGE RACES. ... The next meet 'is fixed for'the 37th instant, when a programme as foll ows will be run '? Maiden Handicap, 40 so vs.; Juvenile Handicap, 50 sov. Newton Handicap, 50 sovs.; Grange * Stakes, 40 so vs.; Jumpers' Flat Race, 50 sovs.; Lake welter, handi cap, 50 sovs.

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

WOLLONGONG HOTEL The LEADING Hotel —ON THE SOUTH COASTS Accommodation strictly under the personal supervision of Mrs CLaBKE. Every Comfort and Convenienoe. Spacious promenade balcony, from which a capital view of the surroundings mmy be obtained. ! Tariff : From 10/- per day. Commercial Travellers specially catered for Hot and Cold Water Baths. Close to Surf, Golf Links, Bowling Green Schweppe'e Cordials always obtainable. GEORGE CLARKE, Proprietor. Imperial Hotel CL.1FTON. VISITORS to Clifton will find thin New and Up-to-date Hotel replete with every modern comfort and convenient)©. Good Attendance, Good Table, Homely and Comfortable. Elevated, salubriooB position, overlooking the ooean, Foil Board, or separate tariff. Terms Moderate. Best Branda of Wines, Beers and Spirits always stocked. George Williams Proprietor. Johnson's Embrocation — THE GREAT — Cures Backache, Neuralgia, Pheuma, tism, Lumbago, Sciatica j Sore Tbroat Cold on Chest,, Sprains, Braises, Cuts, j Wounds, etc. v A...

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

ANYONE Shooting or Hunting on my Farm at Berkley, will be prosecuted. N „ J. Daley, Unanderra. AE. BA.LL, Woonoria, Licensed] Plumber . and Water Fitter. Estimates given. . BANQUETS, Birthday Parties,' Dinners, Wedding Breakfasts, and all kinds ol up-tb-date catering done by Howarth's OOMMENS and Tuokey, Keira Street^ Horse Shoeing and Tyreing Wheels a speciality. W. C, Gilmore, Manager. -* CLEANLINESS, Civility, Attention, and a first claSB three - course dinner at 1 ? ? v Howarth's for 1b FOR SALE, spring Cart in good order* ' Apply E. B. Hogben ^Coledale. '- FOR SALE, New Speedwell Bicycle (in use a month) new covers, 15 ' ^ months guarantee, fladie Hub, well worth 10 guineas; our pHce £7 19s 9d. Also special line I covers, (6 months) 15/9 pair. We sell Bicycles from 50s. Wakeford, Wollongong, ? ? FOR SALE three Second hand Sulkies and three light Carts different sizes, in good order; cheap. Dwyer's Coach Factory. ? ? FOR SALE, one Allotment 50 n 120 feet Situated in Jones' Subdi...

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

ROLL OF HONOR CHAPM AN.— April 30, 1915, of wounds re ceived in aotion at . the , Dardanelles, Lieutenant Earl Haddon ^jppsou Chap . man, 7th Battalion, of ; Es&enden. Y'-* toria, nephew of Mr; and Mrs. Hamilton' Simpsonj, Wollongong. - . ; .' THANKS .V;.' I DESIRE to return my sincere Thanlls 1j0l Mrs. 'Rae and all kind friends who assisf. ted in working up ;thf benefit on my behtiu,. also the. publio for 'their patronage which, realized the suni of JBl^t 6s lpd wliieh amopnt I received. -Yours gratefully, \ T.CARE.EEK, FernHill. Return, Thanks. ' Tiif R. J. J. HABERL^Y and Family, of IV* Woonona,^wieh. lb6 return Thanks to ; NureePallier, Mr8.^Williams, 3^. Bitchen,' and &H ^kin|:iriend8|For ^ fettwsj md^ floral tributes, uTthejr late' sad bereavement at tlie lose of their daughter and elBtari Ivy Olive. .. J

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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CAMDEN. Stock sales last week. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 14 May 1915

- 1.. , - .H . I * 1 ' : ..? .CAarbEsr. ?„. Steele, sales last week:— ? Pigs.— Small syipply forward. -.Five porlrers (Aj'nold)^ jierks.- i|2' 9s; pig t-Net?iery) , £l. Is ,€d. Calves .sold well; prices Tul^d Jrom '3s to £1 13s '6d pier head. ; ' . . - 100 a-iid over, head -of cattle Averd submitted on -a.ccbuiht : ^ , . - -T- Lakema^ji, Woodlands, four big 'r . i»t«ers £-7 lis, -five do. £7 12s, one bullock £12 2s C'd, 5 steers ^.6, 's. P; Scott, Elderslie, Jbo-- 3^ae», j twenty mos., £5; J ersey cow £4 ; cow £5. ? .'- ' . V j ..?' v '!?. White, Caniden, 5at cqw £7 8s, fat cow £5, IDs. v - ^ - ^LcE'innon, '.''from Bivffina, stfor*ung; Vjuiiock Bpriiami '-£^; do. £7* bullocfe ! ; ; £9; four stfeers or veaiers £4 12s ; ? heifer £410fe/;^er^ 4b, three . steers £5 10s, twp ibullocks £6.is: ^ Mcintosh Bros,'; two fat; jhej?ers, - ;iT«rsey; -£5 ... ? F. Dengate, Camden, , two -fat local -cows, lis, twij'^Lor.-^S . 'heifers sound £4 126, spg, cow, .Jer- . ' -«ey £5 15s. - . . .V. Carrcli ...

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

MOIU'YA. j Mr. A ovmnn _ Bate has purchased Mr. .Wes. Ramsey's farm at Double - r- t'reek, also the Same -owner's proper ?V; ty at Brogo. - ' ?

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