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CORRIMAL [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 15 January 1915

CORRIMAL (Our Correspondent.) For the current pay South Bulli mine has six days, and Corrimal J-J. A public meeting is called for Mon day next, 18th, for the purpose of forming a rifle club. A large atten dance is hoped for in this laudable object^ the meeting is timed to com mence at 7. HO in the Drill Hall. The secretary of the Town Band de sires to acknowledge with thanks do nations to the Band fund on Sunday afternoon last. The most picturesque and beauti ful locality on the South Coast is Corrimal. See lithos. of the big land sale of Towrodji subdivision on tlu? 26th inst., Anniversary Day. A most pressing need at' the Post Office is a couple o! posts, for use by horsemen to rein their animals to when doing business at the coun ter. Existing conditions compel these people t ofasten their horses to the. fence directly up against the Post Office public entrance, thus blocking traffic by pedestrians on the foot path, and also ; preventing the in gress and egress ot people desirous...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 15 January 1915

j Common wealth JSanfc of Bustraiin ' , HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY This Bank i* open tor all classes ot GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS w STANWAY HOUSE, KINO STREET, SYDNEY Alio at Canberra, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Brisbane, Rockhampton, Townsrille and London. Gable remittances made to, and drafts drawn on foreign placet direct. Foreign bills negotiated and i collected. Letters of credit issued to any part ot the world. Bills negotiated or forwarded tor collection. Banking and Exchange Business ot every description transacted within the Common wealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Current accounts opened, interest paid on fixed deposits . Advances made against approved securities. , SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT M.S.W. Branch Office i SO CA8TUEREAGH 8TB ECT (top of Moore 8t.), SYDNEY. Branches in the abpve cities and 2,000 Agsncies at Post Offices throughout the Commonwealth Deposits from !/? to £300. Interest at 3% per annum. Deposits or Withdrawals may be mads at an y Branch or Agency within ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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The Crown Prince's View. TRONIC COMMENT IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 15 January 1915

|The Crown Prince's View. IRONIC COMMENT IN AMERICA. An interview with the German j Crown Prince given to a correspon dent of the United Press, U.S.A1. ap ] pears in several newspapers, in which the Crown Prince is made to i say, 'Undoubtedly this is the most stupid, useless, and unnecessary war of modern times.' The 'New York Times,' in its leading article'agrees with hion. The German Crown iPrince i (the 'New York Times' says), is ! absolutely merciless towards hiB ] sorely-burdened Imperial parent. He adds immeasurably to the ponderous1, burden of responsibility that rests upon the Emperor's shoulders. The 'The New York Times' quotes from diplomatic correspondence to show bow every o flfort jma.de by Sir Ed ward Grey to prevent the war was thwarted by the Emperor, and adds, 'By restraining the provocative pro cedures of Austria he anight hav» avoided the greatest war in all his tory. He might have saved Germany the million of men she has lost and the hundreds of millions of dolla...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 15 January 1915

Ladies . Your health should be your first , consideration. It is truly said. Many women and girls suffer unnecessari ly when a UCtle knowledge may save, them years of pain and misery. Every woman and girl, whether a . sufferer or not, should possess this knowledge, which will be found in the 'Natura' Health Guide. This valuable medical guide should be in every home and will be sent free on receipt of 2d. to cover postage. Ad dress Department EDI, ' 'Nature. ' . Health Co. (Mrs. H. Clayton, man ageress) , Canberra House, 297 abeth Street, Sydney ? H. S. Preece Red Cross Store, ©pp- Public School, Thirroul TYESIB.ES . to notify the Residents el i nnfl anrronnding difltrict that he has purchased ?the aboye store, lately carried on by Mr -A, Webh» and by stnot ' attention to busing88* an-* . . Goods at Sydney Prices '? hbpe toTOofilve afair thm of , bufiineBB— -one trial oder 'will do it. Give hima trial and enooorage loos! enter - / - prise. 2~ I T * r s

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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HELENSBURGH [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 15 January 1915

HELENSBURGH I ! Last Saturday afternoon a special fl general miners' meeting was held, at I | which the\ 'General Secretary wa^ pre-. I sent. Much dissatisfaction has exist- ? ed amongst the surface hands with I reference to the rate of pay. Last ? Saturday the question was brought ? on again. After discussion, it was ? I decided not to work after pay Sat- I uztlay, unless an increase of pay is conceded. The present rate is 8s 2«l per day. The pit continues to work every day. On Sunday last a. Church parade was held of the Citizen Forces and Cadets. The parade started from the Post Office headed by the Town Band, o.nd marched to the Presbyte- M| rian Cihurch, where Mr. Hay-Holdea H| conducted the service. The subject was 'The Life of Ijord Rolierts.'' In atfout . half an hour the speaker dealt with his subject in a most interest- ^B ing and learned manner, and. was ^B listened to with great attention; he ^B exhorted the young manhood to do ^B all in their power to help 'the Etm- ^B ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 15 January 1915

I Completely Run Down Ai LiEICOHHAHDT LADY'S SUFFER INGS. CURED BY LAXOi-TGNIC. . 1 . 'I think there is not a pill in Syd ney that can beat Laxo-Tonic Pill3, 1 for they, are tne best I have co»« j across,' writes Mrs. Moore, Jerrett Street, Leichhardt, N.S.W. 'I suf fered cruelly with my liver, and t dreadful pain between the shoulders and ,chest. My liver used to s*utl up and the pain in my legs was un bearable; I was completely run down No one knows what I have suffered . I often wished f was dead for that seemed the only way 'of ending wy sufferings.' I was an invalid in bed for three months, and I could not put my foot to the floor and my head used to ache dreadully and ev erything used to swim around me, and I used to walk with a stick, and I was dreadfully weak. I have tried many kinds of pills and so-call ed remedies. I also was in two dif ferent 'hospitals, but I returned just as bad as ever. One day I fortun ately came across your Laxo-Tonic Pills. I took them according to ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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NEWCASTLE NOTES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 15 January 1915

NEWCASTLE NOTES ?? The Broxburn - mine, after being idle for a fortnight to allow repairs- - - , *i to be done to the mine, resumed on ' * last week. At last meeting of Lymington obi- * r Jit Uery Lodge a motion was passed. That the members of the lodge do not go to work until they, receive a / -uarantee in the bank from the di- - ^ rectors oil the company that the wages would be paid every payFri 1 day, as was the custom in the New castle district. ' A' meeting of hotelkeepers of New castle and district was held at the Masonic Hall, when the following re solution was moved and carried -? — , That on and after Monday, 11th in stant, the price to be charged for Australian ale shallwbe fourpence a pint, all other glasses three pence,, and'! that !_all other jgrices be left : to hotelkeepers to arrange according to local conditions.'. Chief Inspector Atkinson, Inspec tor Hutton, Messrs. Clem Jones, manager of the colliery, Mr. J. Jef fries, superintendent of the Aber orain Collieries, ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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WEEK BY WEEK [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 15 January 1915

WEEK BY WEEK The .'Minister for Agriculture has j consented to open the Kiama Show j on -January 26th. It 'is proposed to have a B&gia Tea Tent at the Nowra Show. Mr Hugh McKenzie has undertaken to provide the tent. ^ , The well-known road metal busi ness of Mr. »T. D. Ahearn, Bombo. x?- ; has been floated, under the title of K , w Meader and Coy., Ltd.; capivil, thirty thousand pounds. ' Privileges for the Wollonging Show* |p so far disposed of are, Publican's iff booth, T. Courtney, twenty pounds; |[ fruit stall, Mrs. 'it. J. Howarth ~7 p.: * 5s; ditto. J. W, Nicholls, £3. | - At a sale on Monday of Mr Mc * telland's dairy herd, Kiama, fifty 5 ? head, out of a total of fifty-two av~ jjar '. * ' erabed JjiIO Os 4d; working bullocks p..: realised up to £28 10s.. I.-,v - - Received, prize schedule bf Dapto Society, whose show is on the 2Brd '5r a.nd ^24th of February, The entries vt dose on the 20th February ; none whatever will be received after that Received, prize schedule...

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CURRENT JOTTINGS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 15 January 1915

CURRENT JOTTINGS Herr Ballin, the head of the great German steamship company amalga - mation, and probably Germany's ab lest commercial man, ,writes in the Berlin 'Daily News,' that jwhat (Ger many needs is a naval post in the North Sea; . this would enable the - German Fleet to cope with the Brit- I ish; the inequality between which j has caused such havoc to (jrerman i commerce. The indications, I think, are that j [ at an appropriate time, the Powers i ; of the world will have submitted to j | them a proposal to establish a [ combination of armaments for the j maintenance of peace, which would be turned upon any nation which 1 broke the peace. In that event the naval port wanted by - Herr Ballin would be a useless expense; unless Germany remains uncured of her bri gand ambition, and holds aloof from the coming concord of nations. The outlook from Herr Ballin' s point of view for commercial inter ests is one which must cause - the likes of him much' heaviness of' heart j Well, ind...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 15 January 1915

J Your Own Headache ! Tihe headache which, in addition to j the. pain, gives the impression of a j tight band about the head, is caused j by nervous exhaustion It is a bles ? . sing1 in disguise, because it given *! Warning that you are exhausting '^^B your supply of nervous energy. Un less you stop, the mental fatigue and build up your nerves you will be fortunate if you escape nervovs breakdown, some form _ of paralysis. or other serious disorder j :^^B| Rest is, of course, desirable, but not always possible, and liable *to j^Bg be deferred. With sufficient rest the # nerves will build ^themselves up. Failing this, . yOu-need something ?? . that will build them up and sustain thesn while they work moderately, Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are probab- . ^^B | ly unequalled for this purpose. They I build tip ;. the nerves -by enriching the blood with the elements needed by weak nerves. The treatment is one j^H of nutrition of the nerve ciells,, ;|*eq uiring a true''. tonic' ifiiot lant),...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 15 January 1915

Woman's Health The Natura Health Co., in this is sue, make an announcement of their Niatura Home Treatment, which t is claimed, is praised by many hun dreds of women- throughout Austra lia. The address of the manageress . Mrn H, Clayton, Is 4.9 Elizabeth Street, Sydney. * [?] ?? . ? ? ^ ' (3--SAM®F^3XlbN6CASAKTaBBOB , ' MONEY BEFUNDHD.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 15 January 1915

Up-to-Date Children's Assurances Call or write „ J. L. PROBYN, Campbell Street, Wollongong. '?'-?.Agent—' A. M. P. Society The Austral Boot Store for RELIABLE FOOTWEAR Agenjb for Perry's Gold Medal BOUTS, ; FIRST CLASS REPAIB8. {Joodyear Stitching for the trade' E.G. STRIKE, WOLLONGONG.

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Central Illawarra Council [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 15 January 1915

Central Hlawarra Couocil The usual meeting was held last 'Wednesday; present, Aldermen . Mar tin (Mayor), Carr, Cook, MdPhaii.' McDonald, Marshall,' Graham, X.ee, Jarvie, Swan, and Gorrell. Correspondence. 5 ' From Automobile Club, calling at.. 6 - tention to various parts »~-f MaiD Road badly in need of repair. — Ai'*l- erman Graham : 'Is there any m-siv- * tion of a grant in it?'' The %£?: Mayor remarked that it might bi | . well in replying to say that Council were aware of the detects of road, and that a donation. from the dub would be acceptable. — It was decided to reply in those terms. The Mayor said that a consider able part of the road would pres ' ently be repaired. * From J. A. Beatson asking o: if.....,- improvements to O'Brien's Roa-.l, which was one of the oldest estub ' lished in the municipality. Alder man Carr and the Mayor described *-- the road as impassable. The opini j - on expressed was that it was not ? , practicable to repair and maintain j that road. — Alder...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 15 January 1915

H. P.GOTT E RELL Auctioneer & Valuator r,en**al Sale Rooms: BULLI- WOONONA Oldest District Auctioneer A Commissioner for Affidavits mid Sworn Valuator under Keal Property Act Sous Agent fob — Coxton Estate, Corrimal Rothery Estate, Corrimal larrell s Subdivision, Balgownie Russell Vale Subdivision, Bellambi Artis' Subdivision, Bulli McOauley Park 'Estate, Thirroul Ooledale Siibdivifdon, Goledale litbos and all Particulars Post Fbkh Is that ' A ^esj that is n«V OBjj| our number. Hy. WOODS & Co, Market Street (Near Church of England). QEKEBMi CA3RBIBBS. Forwarding Agents to any par of the States. - All classes of Vehicles for Hire. Special Turnout for Commercial Travellers. Furni ture Removed, Packed and Stored by Experts Coaches meet all Trains. Letters and Telegrams receive j Prompt Attention. 1 THE MODEL BUTCHERY WOLLONGONG A Well-Known Fact That when QUALITY is required it can always be obtained frohi us, and in support of this we take the Large Connection we have ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 15 January 1915

Buggy Harness English Pattern, Solid j Nickel Silver Mounts j £4 15s, £5 5s, d£5 15s, per set j CHEAPER QUALITIES J £B 3s, £3 15s, £4 4s, £4 7s 6dl SPRING CART SETS ~ Solid Nickel Silver Mounts £5, £5 10s, £6 6s, £6 17b 6d Miners Leather Belts Is 6d, posted anywhere Bach Quality below Sydney Prices. Inspec tion invited. Terms arranged. GEO. JOHNSON, Saddler, Thirroul. 48 years PRACTICAL Experience. I ) ' : THE Thirroul Pharmacy, Special Attention is paid by the proprietor to tlie Dispensing Department. All prescriptions are dispensed. with the greatest care and accuracy. A Large Stock of Perfumes and J Preparations for the face and J skin, by the best; makers,, always on hand, : j Agent for Kodak Photographic Materials . 'Phone Ho. 38m. Bulli. F. JONES ... Proprietor. ; - DIABOLO STEEL CHURNS— j | fjMl\ 1 1| Conditions. rf I ilia r I I !:? ' -W\ *€a'not':' absorb mois- ' ^ '? S || ' ' *ure or butter..- .fef'-.and be--- .p There are no cracks -or ^ - p ' corners to collect dirt and W...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 15 January 1915

C. C. TflOKEY, PRODUCE MEBCHANT AND Commission Agent Successor to The Farmers' and Settlers Co-op Society, Ltd.. Wollongong. District Agent for McLean's Mild Cured Bacon ; Barnes' Mild Cured Bacon : Crago's Diamond Flour ; Baltic Separator ; Campion's Carbolic Sand Soap. Agricultural Seed and all Farm and Dairy Produce always on hand Wholesale Buyere Supplied at Sydney Prices Trial Consignments of Maize, Eggs, Chaff, etc., solicited. Immediate Returns Given. Telephone No. 29. CROWN STREET, WOLLONGONG Crystal Fountain. J. PAEEJtTSOH Cordial Factory, UPPER CROWN STREET Wollongong. Telephone No. 54. All goods manufactured by the firm are Guaranteed under the Furo Foods Act. Confectionery ! Refreshments Cook & Comforth's UP-TO-DATE Refreshment Rooms. Tea and Coffee. Hot Pies, Sonp &c Afternoon Teas English, American & Australian Confectionery. Cadbury'e Chocolates Specially Imported ces & Iced Drinks Cook & Comforth CROWN STREET, Opposite Commerci...

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AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT NOTES. POULTRY. The Present Position. Retrospect and Prospect. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 15 January 1915

AGRICULTURAL DEPART MENT NOTJES. rouLTey. The Present Position. (Retrospect and Prospect. While admitting in his notes ^for the current month that the outlook for poultrykeepers (particularly the small ones) is not perhaps of the brightest, the Poultry Expert points out that the' present position with regard to feed supplies is unfortun ately not without parallels. More than once during the last twenty j . years wheat crops have been a par - tial failure, and the result has been to put prices up to siluiilar levels to those now ruling. (Nor can any hopes be entertained that the immediate- effect of these high values for feed will be to raise the price of the products; rather the tendency is likely to be the opposite especially in regard to market poul try, the price of which must tend downwards owing to the way pens are being reduced in order to econo ! mise in feed. This reduction in the size of the flocks is likely to pro duce a re-action in subsequent years of course, but to the ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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RURAL TOPICS SUCCESSFUL CALF RAISING. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 15 January 1915

RURAL TOPICS V SUCCESSFUL. CALF RAISING*. 'Calf Troubles- in '-feeding/' a cor respondent writes, 'is, 1 see, referr' ed to in 'The Leader,' and as I ob tained any information from this journal, I give it now for the gen eral benefit. One common mistake made in feeding separated milk to calves is the . practice of giving sweet -miilk in the morning and the sour milk in the evening. The anilK ' is brought back to the farm from. r ^ the factory in the forenoon, and is J then given to the calves, its condi tion being warm and sweet, as it is fresh froin the separator. The pori v tion reserved for the evening meal is most likely kept in an open vessel, and before being used it has cer- ^ tainly become sour and probably S. thick. It is given to the calves in t this condition, and, as a matter of ^ course, almost invariably produces bowel derangements, which often ro j; suit fatally. 'I wias first put on the right track by an article in your columns des cribing- a visit to a property in t...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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CAMDEN. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 15 January 1915

CAMDEN. Stock sales last week. — * Pigs. — A fair supply forward. Small porkers (from 16s to 30. -3. large porkers from £1 iSs Qd to £V 17s 6d. Calves from. 5s to £.1 19s fijd. I' Camelot Estate, Durham coy £1.2 15s, bullockj £12 5s, three hfrs., fat '£7, two cows £5' 17s. Downes, Brownlow Hill, three cows spayed £11; three cows no' calf £9;' ' one Durham cow £10- three young . £9 6s, four heifers £2:, four ditto.. '£ft 1.6s; four co,ws £fT' 10s,. two do.' V _ ' £8 7s, F. Cratififld, Menantrle, co*\V £9 2s. two 'cows '£8; two vealers £2 Is, '5 heifers empty £5 19s, bullock £4 4s. roan h°ifer 10s, heifer £6. Staniford, V^rroville, two Dur ham cows £8 5s. three fhfrs. £6 18s,, Rideout, Weromhi, two hfrs. £o 12s, bullock passed; two bullocks ~ - 8J8U7s 6d, Ayrshire bull £5 12s. f. ?- J. Gal*roll, Int., Glen Uee, three - young bullcoks £6 15s. j J, E* Moore, G-lenmore, '-bullock :£8' J three heifers £ ' lis, Jersey bull calf £2'5s. C. -r. Moore, The Oaks, two hi'rsi |£7( 4s, one ditto, ...

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OUR NEIGHBOURS ROBERTSON. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 15 January 1915

OUR NEI8HB0URS. (I¥om our ISxchans««.) ROBKRT.SON. ?Robertson Athtetic Club's Nc Year's Bay Sports were marred *by .rain. The principal event, the Rob ertson Handicap, was 'won by F. Thomas, of Sydney-, J. Semool. Syd ney), being second, and A. Smith (Burradoo) third.

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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