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AUSTINMER. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 21 May 1915

AUSTIN MER . The' rain during the afternooB and j evening of the 14-th was a handicap ' that had not been looked for, when by the courtesy of the proprietor, Mr. J. M. Gahili, the Crystal Gar dens Pictures at Thirroul, was used by the Austinmer people to express their desire to help swell the am ount to bo. the Jf.S.W. one day ef fort on behalf of the heroic Belgi ans. A walk of more than a mile and the same back wasn t a light undertaking, and but for the good cause few would have ventured out. Mr. Cahill had got together a par ticularly good set of pictures for the occasion and had persuaded many of the local talent to assist. The bare expenses were deducted from the pro ceeds, all the artists and members of the staff, as well as the proprie^ tor, who was a host in himself gave their services gratuitously and their ? efforts were undoubtedly -fully appre ciated by those present. At tho opening of the programme, Mr. Vidler called for three cheers for the Belgian King, which were lu...

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 — 21 May 1915

v ... s MR. B. A. BEBBY (of Beeby & Co. 264 - Pitt Street, Sydney, Solicitors) until farther _ ^ notice will attend at Wollongong (8tarr PowkettOffioe) from 3 pm. to 8 p.m. (Pay -v ;! Saturday evenings). Special appointments - ' , ; may be made by letter to City Offloe, 26* Pitt Street near Criterion Theatre, Sydney for attendance at Bnlli and Wollongong. - , -y 4. Sz\ ' : i+.l ? : ,V,.' 13 fte Sdeverage tjat benefits. . ; ? sirap,y a ^rs!' quencher* not merely a stimulant, but just the purest, most inspiriting* ,^Jg|| and most health-infusing spirit that has ever been

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 21 May 1915

Pains Afcer Eating iritis' be caused by indigestible food, or food that is tainted, but when they occur frequently the causte is nearly always faulty action of the stomach, liver or. bowels. Made from the medicinal extracts of more than ten different varieties of roots, herbs and leaves, Mother Seigel's Syrup has won for itself during the past forty years a truly great repu tation by reason of its remarkable success in restoring tone and effici ency to the digestive organs, — the stomach, liver and. bowels. If you suffer from pains after eating, lack of appetite, and energy, sleeplessness or other symptoms of imperfect di gestion, your stomach and liver need just the help that Mother Seig el's Syrup *can give. Thirty drops af ter each meal, for a few days, will make eating^ a pleasure^ and work go easy. Mrs. Annie Brennan, 'Gura,' Mel bourne 'Street, South Brisbane, Queensland, wrote on July 18fch, 1914. — 'Some years back when re siding at Toowoomba, ? Queensland, my health, which ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CORRIMAL. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 21 May 1915

GOii HIM At (Our Correspondent.) Corrimal mine has six d^ys for th«r - 'j|l current pay. South Bulli will draw ? ten shiTts; the prospects for constant. -^J| work are vel'y encouraging. . Corri- . J| rual miners on Saturday last receive- *i|| ed 24s per man strike pay. , i! ^ Preparations are in course of pro- ? -v;|j gress with a view of celebrating -m Jiitupire Day at the Public School. „ The Empire Comedy Co. appear' J| \*3-»vuruajrj* v-uey au- u nounce new artists. ; [ The Belgian Fund .appeal on Bel gian Day met with gratifying results j '-the total is not yet known, but it . i I Is expected a sum of thirty pounds will be netted. A proposal to hold «'* ? .k gift sale for the same cause, on the ' 3rd June, has been discussed. ' A case of want was brought Ua- 'h der our notice ' last week; the mat- -| ter was promptly taken up and T&-' ' lief afforded in the form of money .sj and clothing. A collection 'will be*' * ' taken up at Scarborough mine ,to~ v - ^ day. The affect...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HELENSBURGH [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 21 May 1915

HELENSBURGH The Metropolitan mine continues to work, every day. Miners are starting almost every day. Many of them have come from the -Northern district, where some of the collieries have not worked for several weeks. Mr. Willis, miners' general secretary, has been in con sultation with the local lodge offi cials during the week in connection with matters .affecting Helensburgh fimnlnvAM A German who had been working for some time as a fireman at the Colliery gave public expression of his sympathy for the' Allies' enemies in tlie Club rooms one evening last week. As a result he has been paid off. It is understood that :he has also 'been expelled from the Work men's Club. The Patriotic Committee have made final arrangements for the Empire Day demonstration. The pro cession in the morning will be led by tho Town Band, starting from near the school at ten a.m. ^The committee of the Workman's Club at the last meeting decided to make special efforts to help the demonstra tion on this occ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORT. BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 21 May 1915

SPORT. 1 N BOXING. '^Darky' Toohey, the Port Kembla ! ' ^ Jtoa\-yweight, who successful in i liis engagements nt the Star recent?, I.V. is to be pitted against Ern. -, Thompson, the Woonona heavy weight, who, has also been in tlie limelight as regards success. These pair are to meet 'under Alf. Welsh's management at the Oddfellows Hall, Bulli, to-morrow night, and ag thei'o , is ? a five pounds, sidewager attached, KywnMn 1 -fi «... j .. _ j i fjvrvu wvAaa Utivu ltJID unaone BOLD* ' ing that would hamper their chances of getting the . referee's verdict. There will be two preliminaries pre vious to the main contest. 'Young Thomiwson'i was presented With a wristlet watch, prior. to de parting for the front, by members of the Carpenters' Association, on Saturday n-ight last. 'Young Thomp son' is to have one more' contest 1 before he sails. Alf. Welsh, the Bulli promoter, has arranged a 20-round contest for him with Alf. Yates at Bulli, on June 5th. This should pan out a, good draw, as ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RUGBY LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 21 May 1915

flUGBY LEAGUE. .. ; A meeting of denegates, fujly at tended, was held on Tuesday night, - - IS very item brought forward .was keenly discussed;, at times, possibly , too keen were they. Unanderra Club *' have removed their playing -ground from Iiodd's to Hansi^'s ground. The latter ground is to be yet in-; spec ted, and, if, suitable, recisterod. I Keira Clu]» will now take over full control of Rodd's Ground: Mr. Rodd in his usual sportsmanlike spirit, . has again offered a set of gold med- j ,41:1s, ^ equal, if not superior, to the -? previous set lie donated. Owing to j the existing conditions of the leaguo Unfortunately Mr. Rodd's generous ? offer could not be accepted for tho : ' present. Dapto offered to register! two second grade teams; this was' V = . -t'ot accepted, as the Delegate Board Were of opinion that it would notfi ' fl-llow justice to either team in the 1 field,- however, it is to be hoped that these Dapto opponents will 5 combine and thus form a strong} , team'. Al...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 21 May 1915

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Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 21 May 1915

Mr GEORGE WERRETT» OPERATIONS DONfi STANDINiQ No Ropes U»bi-. ~ MaROHMONT,. Helensburgh. South Coast. Metcalfe Street, WaUsend, Nowo&stie. DRESSMAKING AND ' LADIES' TAILORING. Miss Berringtqn, CROWN STREET, WOLLONGONG. (Next to Mr Fuckey, Chemist ) I SHIPP BROTHERS COACHB^iLDEi^, At the Corner o£ KEIRA AND SMITH STREETS, WOLLONGONG, Vehicles Painted and Repaired on Shortest. Notice. AU Glasses of Work Undertakes. ESTIMATES GIVE*. Orders Executed Promptly. Good Work manship at Moderate Prices. JOHN GEORGE THIRKOUL Begs to announce that he has taken over the REFRESHMENT ROOMS latoly carried on by Mrs. PRETT. All kinds of Refreshment, Best Quality, and nicely served. AN APPETISING MEAL AT ALL TIMES Good Accomodation for Boarders in house attached. Hot Pies, Tea, C- ffee, and. Cocoa supplied as from Jhitj week. \ ? S Picture Framing: ' A Contented Ulna is a thing Divine. ] TO know that your Frames are of -the ' -- latest and well made is the main road j to contentment. This .roa...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 21 May 1915

. MOUNI KkMBtA, Sulky Turnouts ; ' . Wollongong Yards, | To-Morrow, Saturday May 22, at 12 (noon) O'Donneli & Stumbles Will Bell by auction under instruc tions from Messrs, Frost Bros., owing to their departure from the district — 2' High-class and Reliable Horses and Prize Sulkies and Harness. Light Sulky, pair Lamps, Horse Bugs and sundry Sulky Harness. _ Terms Gash.* Note Time. % ? Building Materials ? ? c POET KEMBLA. To-Morrow SATUEDAI, 22nd, 12 (noon) O'Donneli & Stumbles Will sell tinder instructions from W. Wiley, Esq. — The Material, Corru fated Iron, Bricks, Stoves, Orates, etc, sing salvage from the late fire, on the ground at Port Kembla, as above. Terms Cash. SUPERIOR ? Household Furniture &. Effects. TUESDAY NEXT, 2.30. O'Donneli & Stumbles HAVE been instructed by- Mrs M. Frost to Sell by Auction, as above, the whole of her Superior and almost new fionsohold Furniture and Effects, Removed from Mount Kembla to Grown Street, Wollongong (Ne...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 21 May 1915

Grown Pictures. TO-NIGHT (FRIDAY), May 21— A 2 Heel Special, ON THE LEDGE Also Vilflgrapli 2-Reeler — Til© Butterfly. Together with a Screaming Keystone Comedy. SATURDAY, May 22 — Complete Change of Programme A Vitagraph Masterpiece— In tlie Land of Arcadia. Also the Latest English War Gazette and a Keystone Comedy. The Matinee Proceeds will be Donated to the t Starving Children of Belgium: WEDNESDAY Next, May 26— 5th and 6tli Series, of The Million Dollar Mystery , The 9- Mile Film Wonder from Harold Mclirath'e Famous Story. . The 'Thrill of the Year — At the Bottom of the Sea. Newer & Bigger Thrills as the Black Plot unfolds EMPIRE NIGHT, Monday, May 24 A HOLIDAY NIGHT TO BE REMEBEuED. j Come and Enjoy a Good Laugh at Four Keystone Comedies, including CHAS. CHAPLIN in i THE FATAL MALLET Fatty and Mabel Norman—' THe Se a Nymphs 200 Boars of Laughter. Also— Such a. Cook Little Mary Pickford at her best in RO MON A The Great Belgian Procession as seen in Sydney on Belgian Day...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Corrimal Belgian Day [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 21 May 1915

Cdfritnal Belgian Day . . »' O1 ** The following is a 'balance sheet, of Picture show, etfc., given by Mr. Gordon, in the Princess Theatre, at Corrimal, in aid of the Belgian Fund, on Belgian Xight, May 14 - Receipts : To sale of tickets, £21 4 s; subsidj- on above, £2; taken at the door, X7 lis 6d; proceeds of refresh ment stall and sale of goods given, £4 8s 4d; to Sale of badges, 6s; to saie oi, nags oy art Union, £4; ao nation by Dr. J. Park, £2 2s; do.. Mr. R. ,J. Spinks, £l; do. Mrs. Mc^ Alister and employees, £2 15s; do. | Mr. Wm. Wood, 5s; do. Mr. Elijah Dawes, 10s; do. Presbyterian Sun d .y School, £1 Is; do. Mr. R. J. liudgen, 3s- '£47 5s lOd. Expendit ure, tickets, 10s, nett amount £46 15 lOd. It unfortunately rained most ot the evening, but the proceedings were enlivened by the Town Band heading a procession of Civilian Forces, Riflemen and Senior Cadets, in charge of Lieutenant Mascord. ? Three cheers were heartily given for King Albert, and at the close our National An...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Empire Day [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 21 May 1915

'Empire Day Special attention is directed to the advertisement of an Empire Night Concert in aid of -the Belgi an, Servian and Polish relief funds, A splendid programme has been ar ranged. amongst the artists are, Mr. Frank Hammell, the celebrated baritone, and Miss Daphne Akhurst (gold medalist and young Australian i pianiste. as she is described on the j concert programme, arranged by the j Musical Director of Education De- ' portment, to take place in Sydney Town Hall on .1 une 6th) , Another j visiting artist is. Miss Enid Allman j ^elocution). Several of our popular local artists are also assisting. Full particulars appear on the pro gramme, which will be available on . Saturday.

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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SOCCER. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 21 May 1915

SOCCER. j The South Coast football enthusi asts have a treat in store, as . on Monday first t empire uay), a ».va uey representative team will play «, South coast se'CCtion at iiooe s ; kick-off at 2 p.m., when a good, hard game is assured. Although ra ther early in the season this should try out some of those who may fijg' ure in bigger games, and big' games will be an important affair on the Coast, as .the South Coast Aesocia tion have now a' directs representa-. tive on the Inter-State Selection Committee, and three on the inteV DistrJct Committee, jhte association wil also receive assistance from the JiT.S.W. F.A. and a very successful season, is looked forward to, Any, person interested in Soccer and de sirous of being connected with tho game in any way whatever, should communicate w£th J. McDougall, ; ot I^-flway-sttMfif-' Cdrriimal, who . will giVe jail p&Hiculars and information required. .' ? Sydney teani : S. Boss, W. Small, pox, Bearpath, Jelfs and Howie, fi-lpmah...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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CRICKET. THE FINAL. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 21 May 1915

7 CRICKET. THE FINAJ,. I The final of the competition will ! be continued' on' the Green on Satur day between Bulli and Port Kembla.

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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BOWLS. Wollongong Bowling Club [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 21 May 1915

BOWLS. j ^ Wpilorigp^^ j^wling Cluh i Result of first round of handicap - competition for CEx-iPresident's tr-^ phies '— J. Byron, handicap 10, beat W. Parkinson, hep. 18, 45-37. H.S tumbles, 10, beat N. Smith, 10, 32-29, A. Saunders, 10, beat T. Rees, Bcratch, 37-18. H. M. Parsons, 16, beat W. To«n sond, scratch, 34-28. J. H. Pttrsons, 10, beat W. C. Fraser, 18, 35-34. F. Allsen. 10.. bout. TT Fitrtroe. 10. j 34-26. 1 W. J. Wiseman senr., 18, beat «T . W. Russell, 12, 46-22. W. Lance, 14, beat R. Finlayson, 16, 42-28. T. Byron:' scratch, 'beat F.'O. iV'ise man, 6, 30-20. E. Chapman, 16, beat Thos. Marks, 12, 41-28. T. Kiernan, 6, beat T. Burling, 3.0, 31-25. 0. M. Reeves, 10, beat R. A. Fra eer, 12, 45-22. S, Simons, 16, beat W. J. Wise man, jnr., 18, '42-35. F. Figtree, 4, beat -T. W. Poulter, 12, 39-22. lA\ Brickwood, 12, beat A. F. Ilale 18, 40-33. Note.— The scores above given in clude handicaps. The following is the draw- for tho second round, play in which must, be completed ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Quarter Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 21 May 1915

Quarter Sessions. This Court begins in Wollongong on Tuesday. The cases arc, Vernula Percie Hardie, assault and robbery,^ at Wollongong; Mary Ellen Mitchell, stealing a ring atA'ihion Park; Jno. ?1 osev-h Goulding, ]ate Postmaster at Milton, embezzlement; Thomas Gil niore, appeal against conviction in Wollongong Court of having absent ed himself from work at tho Coal cliff Colliery on April 9th.

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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BULLI AND WOONONA. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 21 May 1915

BULLI AND WOONONA. Hujli Colliery has 85 days for the pay and has worked every dg.y this week. Being unable to obtain a sup ply of Monobel' powder, the colliery is now giving Westonite a trial. The receipts of donations for the Kinpire Day auction sale have been large. It will be* seen by advertise ment that tlie stock includes some ? articlesof value and many useful. ; The Debating Society on Monday ; evening had an interesting discussion j on subject of Australian explorers ; '1 T. Hoian introduced. For the next, meeting the subject is a discourse j on 'Water,' by Ilev. p. W.Dowe. ' Business people don't seem inclin ed to close on Monday, . 1 which is one of the important days of the fortnight. It will ' be noted by advt. that Kurse Pallier's private hospital and lying-in home, Chenhall-street, is open for the reception of patients.

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Kembla Grange Races [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 21 May 1915

Kembla Grange Races For the meeting On Tuesday tli« entries number 131, which s is an as^ su ranee of. interesting .sport, The usual transport arrangements have been made. v

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Entertainments CROWN PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 21 May 1915

Entertainments CROWN PICTURES. . The programme for this evening includes dramas, 'On the Ledge,' and 'The Butterfly/' alBo Keystone extravaganza. Fresh programme for Saturday including what is describ ed as a masterpiece, 'In the. Iiand of Arcadia,' also war gazette, and Keystone. The matinee is to be de voted to* the benefit of the starving children of Belgium. s Then on Monday (Empire Day), , a strong program with 4 Keystones- in it will lie shown, and another instal merit of ':Kalhlyn's Adventures.:' Wednesday evening's programme, has for chiefeet interest more instalment of 'Million I-ol1ar Mystery.:' - . i-: ? * ' ; The dance in aid of the Ited Gross Funds, on May 28, will be plain and fancy dress. ; ' In the Wollongong. Court on Thurs day Alexander . Hunter, fortyytour, was sentenced to *twb month s peni tentiary for having obtained from Jane Idizabeth Parsoiis, 2/9 on the pretence that there was a package for her at the wharf -which bo wound fetch. Hunter was arrested by Cons...

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