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Farming and Mining Inventions. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 14 May 1915

Farming and Mining Inventions. Messrs. Griffith and llassel, Pa- ; tent Attorneys, of 77 Castlereagh-: street, Sydney, report that the foll owing applications for patents con nected with the farnii*g siiid mining industries have foaen lodged at the Common wealth Patent Office; Mel ? bourne : — : \ A. Rutter.— Improvements in milk cans and the like . Filed April 22nd. J. A. Bayard.— Improvements in , and connected with means for sow ing, onion and other like seed. Filed 22nd April. G . W. Trewbella,.— Improvements in earth augers.. Filed. 22nd April. J. F. Clarke 'and E. H. Watts.— An improved packing case for trans port ng and storing eggs;. Filed 24th [April. ? ? „? H/ Napper—Jfion. clogging aasd c^-d- crushing rolieri . Filed 24t h April- : P.- ' W. iibjirdy^l \ ecreen for potato diggers. Filed 27th ? April. '

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
When to take up an Irrigation Area [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 14 May 1915

Wben to take up an Irrigation Area in a climate such as we have in N.S.W. and on the Murrumbidgee ir rigation areaB, it matters not ? at what period of the year a settler takes up his farm. Something cftn be bowfi at any season of the year that will be .found to grow, hence in this country, it is not so necessary, as it is, say m Canada, or the United Kingdom, to take up , land durintr the earlv Rnrinor mnnftin tn enable crops to be sown and harves- ?« ted during the following gummier or autumn. Say a man was granted an . irrigation area in January of ' the present year, with water available some time during February he would —if he was anxious to get a good start; let out by contract his fenc-1 ing and some of his cleari*g opera tions, and as clearing progressed ar range for the ploughing, head ditch ing, and preliminary grading., and endeavor to put under a hay crop as much land as possible. He would have till the Close of the waterivtg eeason in May to arrange Tor tho major porti...

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

BULLI AND WOONONA Dr. Palmer left on Tuesday for 'Liverpool camp, prior to embarking for the base hospital in Egypt. His brother medicos have presented 'hiaii with a gold wristlet watch, as a memento of their esteem and good wishes. Ojti, Sunday the police conveyed word to the President of the 'Shire that there had been two nasty land slips in Clifton district, affecting tbe safety of the road. Mr. David son sent the inspector out with au thority to take such stips as were necessary to safeguard tlie public. Mr. ltichivrdson, Shire Clerk, was in town on leave Sunday. He is utill at tbe ] {and wick training aca demy lor officers, and has already donned uniform. The training is fair ly stiff, but Mr. Richardson has no - , ...L ...U « + Us- _.ll) (lOUIJl [jut WUttl IICJ -VI XL! }J£U30. A public meeting, convened by cir cular, was held in the Shire office, i-n Tuesday night, to make arrange ments for the Shire's spec al appeal for the National Belgian ltelief (Fund Mr. .1. Davidson pres...

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

It jonr vinon is defective, Consult . J. L. WALKER, (by Exam.) - '(IiATE OF WOMOKGOKG) Expert ia Sight Testing and Fitting Glasses, whose work iB well known in this, district. ^ Mr Waxkkb Tints South Coast Towns resrularly, and may be consulted at Wollon . gong on dates to be adveitised. AH communications and Repairs addressed i to Box 1741, G.P.O., Sydney, -will receive prompt 'attention. Broken Xenses addressed to Box 1741, G.P.O.. will be carefully duplicated' according to original teBts. Private Address-— | J. L. Waikeb, Hastings Boad, Botany. Groceries Groceries are a necessity, therefore QUALITY GOODS and BEDBOOK PRICED should be yonr aim-when purchasing. \ JOE WAS CfOW N i- and CO, with thier carefully selected stock of' alt the Leading £randsgWes you Quality ; Goods at Bedrock Prices. ^ *j ' ''j Give fcHelin a trial nex$ order, Once a customer always a etistojnei*. ^ 4 BBST HpU&EFOK SItiKS BargaSi^Priice iarour Usual Price. Call or, « tog -up v - , JOE wis GOW, aftd ...

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

ALBION PARK Despite the falling off in the milk supply of the district, a couple of block days have 'been experienced du ring the past week or two. This would indicate that the demand in the metropolitan area is not . a£ good as lias been the case hitherto.. Supplies of cream for butter-making; purposes are also at a minimum, with the result -that tlie output of i the latter commodity is far below ' normal. In consequence of the large num ber of store-cattle buyers operating in this and surrounding centres at the present time, the police are ex ercising great vigilance in the d rec tion of procuring a travelling sta tement of all stock despatched by ! rail to Sydney. j A movement is on foot here to make a presentation .to Mr. Monte i Brown, late secretary of the Albion I'arkA. and H. Society, twho will be leaving for the front at att early date. The swamps in the vicinity of Al bion Park are just now thronged with wild ducks. A very successful dance was held here on Wednesday evenin...

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

Lawn Tennis -- iPkvyed at Clifton. W«onona ▼. CJif ton. G-ents'. Sets : — (Gulson and Pritchard (W.), v.Fore toan and Williams (C.), 6-0. Gulson and Pritchard '(W.), v, Fowless and Chapman (C.), 6-5. Gulson and Pritchard (W.), v„' Fowless and Chapman (C.), 5-:6. Jficol and Horan (W.) v. Fowless and Chapman (C.), 0-6. i._ / Nicol and Horan (W.), v. Foreman and Williams (C.), 6-5. Nicol and Horan (W.), v. Foreman and Williams (C.), 1-6. Ladies' doubles Misses Hubbard (W.). v. Mrs. Wil liams and Miss Dent (C.), 3-6. Misses Hubbard (W.), p. Mrs. Wil liams and Miss Dent (C.), 6.5. iMixed Sets*: — G.ulson and Miss E. Hubbard (W) v. Fowless and Miss Dent (C), 3-6. Nicol and Miss Hubbard (W.), v. Foreman and Miss Dent (C.), 6-5. Pritchard and Miss Hubbard (W.) v. Chapman and Mrs. Williams (O.), 5-6. Woonona, 5 sets 47 games-, Clifton 6 sets, 56 games. Clifton won by 1 set or 9 games.

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

BULLI AND WOONONA. Bulli mine has only lost a half day lately, which was owing to the rainJ Mr. James Gray, the manager, has resigned his position after eight months of strenuous work. In the Court on Thursday the cast es were, liobert Langdon, indecent. behavior, 5s, costs 6s, or 48 hours, indecent language, 20s, 6s costs, or seven days. Bede Gallagher, indecent, language, 40s, costs 6s or 14 days. Arthur Charles Walker, driving ai , motor car without a license, 10s, 6s costs; same, not returning expired license, 10s, 6b costs; Herbert Whit ting, riding a bicycle 'without lights, 10s, 6s costs. David Woods, driving a vehicle without light. 1.0s, coS'te 6s. — JqIih Humphreys: Michael Mc Grade and Adaui Richardson, stray stock, each 5s, costs 6s. Drill shirk ing cadets, Russell Frew, 10 days' camp and as costs; Horace Warner, 15 days camp, 3s costs. Against David Thomas Marony there were charges of stealing at Co'.edale £-6 from Charles Mason, 6/6 from Wm. Wall, and a revolver and £1...

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

Thte Giiizens' Assbciation have been in comi^nlcaiion y? tV the ' Wife Works' Deparlmerit concerning the' J» bairtog1j of ^he' kroun^ 'the wharf at Wbllon^^g, ' ' ^ ' . * '? . ? ? ? ? 1'. n:.A'V. *?

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

Central Hotel, DAPTO S ??? ,????? A. L. CHRISTIAN (Late of T§tter8aU'| Motel* Temw&rth) 'CY7ISHE8 ito notify *£he residents of the V¥ distrio^ and others, that he has taken over the, business of tlie Central: .Hotel from ? Fi G. Makip, and trusts by civility and at tention to business to merit their patropage. 1 The accommodation be nnfler the direct supervision of Mce. Ghnstian^atid *M- effort trill be spared to BQBH16 the eomlortof tonrists and others. atoofcej ^ B*an^8 o£ Wines ;and Spirits : . ... .. a I S, . ' J. ' ,» , ' , . . ?? V'., ^ .... ' ?' ?\r^k.i- ? ? ; Ladies I 'y'/^y If you aire suffering from Indiges tion, Rheumatism, Piles, Headaches, Backache, Constipation, (Nervous Breakdown, or any of those weary ing, dragging pains which undermine the whole system, do not hesitate about seeking |our advice. We make no charge for consultation, and you will incur no obligation by calling. If unable to call lor a personal in terview, send tor our special consul tation form...

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

BOWLS. v Wollon&oiig, and Corrimal Clubs ':,x-met ?onTibe ' ^'jEortUer^s ':Sgjre|a: op. day last-ih the-South CoftSt Shield: Competition, the game resulting; aS., tollows ?* W.. c. J. Byron, J, H; Parsons, T. j; Jifees, T. Byron ? ? 27 — ? ? G. Woods, Ft Hewett, J. -? . Brockson, Archibald ; 17* F. Ailsep T,, Burling, C. M. v 3ieeves, T. Kiernaji .... 25 — T« Bent, - J. Hewett) J, Brjane, yt, Stewart ^ H.j Figtree. 'A.5 launders, IT. Figtree, F. Wjise^nan 34 — Gr^eiAalgh» Siiicock, t 3B.' Bayles, S. jftackifey — ' 10 , fe6 43 Woilopgong thus won by 48 pts. The next niatch in this competi tion in ,whichs th^e wollohfeong Ciubj will participate \vall, bp, against Woo nona on ;«itli Jiinej on Wollongong Groeri. The match set .Sown iOr Sat urday. next between these two clubs having been postponed. Players are requested ^ to gist as iuuch practice together as possible in the interiip, so as to enhance Woliongong's : prospects of winning this coveted i trophy. On the 15th instant ...

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

BOXING. One of the latest to enlist, 'and who is in camp at Liverpool, is the Wollongong lad who boxes under the name of 'Young Thompson.' If 'Thompson'' is as .successful in his military business as he has been inJ boxing, a number of victories should! go to his credit. * « m ? Bert Barrett had his second con test a,t Murwilluanbah on Saturday last, when he met the l0cal cham pion, Iieaton,- and got a points de-' cision after a closely contested 20 rouiids. ; Johnny Barrett, Bert's bro ther, meets tlie Queensland feather at the same arena to-morrow night. Ern Thompson, the rapidly improv ing South Coast f light.heavy weight, will meet 'Barkio' Toohey of Port Kembla, at the Oddfellow- ' Hall, Bul li, on Saturday, May 22nd, ffor a five pounds side-wager- in a twenty-' rounds contest. This should prove a niatch of endurance, for both men are stayers. The matqh originated throurrh Toohey challenging the win ner of last Saturday's contest. Dan O'Connell's tournament was [ advanced anoth...

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CRICKET. I.D.C.A. FINAL. Port Kembla v. Bulli. Port Kembla, first innings, 205. Second Innings. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 14 May 1915

CRICKEt. ? X}- LD.C.A. final. Port Kembla. v. . Bulli. . Port Kemfela, first innings, 205. - ' - ' . Second Innings. : Sykes, bowled Ollivier i2 Ijeplpstrier, c, b Ollivier ? ? 1 Matthews, c, b Dent ..4 ? ? ? B Smith, c, (. bowled Dent y... 25 GreaJy, c, bowled Dealt ? ? ? ? ? ^1 Cummins, bowled/ Dent 21 Chesher, bowled 'Dient 13 Hodges, c, bOray; B Sundries ? ? ? 9. , ESghf ' wickets lor ' ? ? ? ? 82 , j Bulli, First Kihings. Iiit^ard#4& hi :|^mstr6h8:^ ^ 2 :Crav, c.^-Siiiit}i 47 _ Grabble, bipwled tArmstrohg 2 Bourke, WV c, b Armstrong . t 10 Godlton, howled Armstrong : .* 0 Schriader, ? b'owiod Cu)ntt»ns ? 29 Dent, b T^epJastrler ? ? 1 Bourke, C, iand.b ? 0 ?&pt$rdon, c. b liteplagtVier ... . 15_ ?pllivier, st., b * ? 4= Froraan, not out P j Sundries ? — -N ? ..5 I Total ? ? ? ? 1 4 ? ,

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No title [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 14 May 1915

The Stuart Park trustees have re ceived' fif^y^poun^s, ^ jneet W fex' j penses of keeping -bft4k the sand on j the outer feiw^ ^P&rJj:. j In .connection Vith the con!-Sert ^at j ol 8s fmws realwjfed, ^iter paying! expei^es. x r 3

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

Morgan & McKenzie, Builders &. Contractors, » ,C0i;fevLE, .A T^ESIRE to notify ^heSpnt)!™ generally i 1 1 'that they have -ooiifoneneed Businbs* ' 4 as BUILDERS and CONTfl ACTORS, and , trust by fctriofc attention to business and goad 3 workmanship to mfentsa f^it «hare of ^ T patronage. _ \ - Estimates given on all oIbbs of work. ? , ^ . . ? Sufficient Address — MORQAN & McKENZIE ^ P.O., Goledaie. ' ?

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

Appeal Court Central Illawarra Municipal 'Ap peals were heard in the DaPto' Court' on Wednesday. Mr. J. W. Russell appeared tor the Council, and Mr. 3i. O'Donnell as valuator. The decisions were as follows : — Daniel Jvunan, 1G0 acres unim proved capital value £320 — upheld. It. Finlayson, lot Port Kembla,' £80.— By consent to £70. lb Glara Finlayson, lot, Port Kem bla, £60. — Reduced to £55. R. Finlayson, lot Port Kembla, £{50.— By consent to £55. TI. 'Rccles and H. P. Bowyer, lot, [Port Kembla, £60.— By 'Vconsent to £55. Ditto., ditto., A. Bit1. Bank, 160 acres, Calderwood' £320.' — Upheld. 0. Clifford, 220 acres, West' Dap to, £798, by consent to £767. Robert Fisher, Port ICerabla, lots, Port Kembla, £200. — -Reduced to £160. Marshall Kstate. lots, Dapto, £30. — By consent to £20. ^ Marshall Estate, three lots, Dap to, £15 each.— By consent to £12. Late Mrs. F. H. Jones, late hotel, £'-350. — Ey consent to £125. J. W. Cocks, lo.ts, Port Ivembla, '£160. — Reduced to £140.

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

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WOMAN'S WORLD THE HYGIENE OF THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 14 May 1915

WOMAN'S WORLD 'THE HYGIENE ©F THE HOUSEi, (By J. 'A. Husik, B.A., M.D.). The hygiene of the house includes a 'great variety ot conditions— all ..'the way from the materials entering in to its construction to the lightning rod on its roof. -However, I shall attempt to deal Only, with those con ditions which comedirefctly under the; control and care o! the ordinary housekeeper. By iattention to these details she will raise her reputation aa (in nvno»»}- liAlicol* rvnT^di' ami! qIca U0 UrU %f llUUt3WttVV|/Wl a.llVl the standard ot the health of her family. 'At times she may even save tho lives of some of its members. And, in .addition to all this, her home will be a pleasanter, -more cheerful and more refined place to live in. In order to find a truly sensible housekeeper one need not enter her parlor) The room which speaks loud est of her character is the kitchen. It is here that the family's food is . ' prepared, and here; too, that the \! housekeeper herself spends a great deal of h...

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

coledaie At the Coledale-road deviation, at Price's Hill, on Sunday last, there were again a number of motor cars stuck up. Tbe bad state of this road has been responsible during the past week or twofor a lot of mo torists losing their tempers and heaping abuse on the heads of . the Shire Councillors. The euchre party and social which was to have been held on Friday evening last in aid of the ColedaJto Band funds had to be postponed on account of the rain. The function, ? ' ; however, wfll eventuate on Monday night next. The North Bulli pit continues to work without interruption, and it'is said that there are large . orders in hand now for the supply of- coal.' The whole of the 106 coke ovens are ^ turning out the product as fast as possible, and the platforms are cleared as fast as labor and trucks Wilt permit of. \ On Tuesday morning last Mr. Er nest Hellmund, in the employ of the .1. Flannagan, butcher, ol ooledale, . had a rather exciting experience; no was assisting to yard a m...

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

Wollongong Belgian Fund Wollongong Belgian Fund Commit- - tee met on Monday evening last and / made Belgian Day arrangements. It was decided to have a process- , ion to the Green in which all.dis* trict organisations might , take part, also the Wollongong and Balgownie M Bands. It was stated that the lad es (t| were arranging a street collection. On the Green will be held, an auc- M tion sale of donated goods. A committee consisting of Inspec- ^ tor Anderson, Messrs. F. Young, Conroy, Harrison, W. V. Brown, .1. ' A. Beatson, Shipp, J. W. Russell, || T. S. Wearn, were appointed. _ The secretary (^Rir. C. W. Reeves) ^ 3 reminded the meeting of an offer ol jg| Mr. K. H. Figtree's of £20, on con- , ^ dition that nineteen others gave a ^ ^ like amount., Mr. Figtree endorsed _ the announcement, and expressed the j'Jj opinion that there were many wno - could give twenty, pounds without ' feeling it; there should be no ditiicul- ' ty in getting £400. ' ? The secretary stated that * tti«- j ...

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

FREEMASONS' HOTEL WOLLONGONCI. The leading Hold of the South * ' ?. ? ' ? i'diisf. ? '' Tooth's XXX 01 ly on Draught ALL WINEP & SPLITS GUARANTEED TRUE TO LaBISI.; AU th^Lat-ept SfortingN- ws from Sydney, Melbourne, and Cm' field pot-ted o^J side ihe i Hotel find inside the Saloon Bar. fCHWEPPE'S SODA AND SARTO always on liand. Bottlc Department — Lowest Prices Tariff : From lOs. Day. From £3 3s. per 'WeeK. SAMPLE ROOM 3 5/- DAY. P. T. DOYLE, Tel. 106. Pbopbietob. j S. MAC KAY, TINSMITH and IRON WORKER, PLUMBER, G A Sand WATER FITTER, Bourke ' Street (Smith s Hill), l WOLLONGONG. ALL WORK ^PROMPTLY EXECUTED. - 'Firfet- class Workmanship G uarah' eed Drop ar line to above address.

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