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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 28 May 1915

A SPECIAL INVITATION TO HOUSEWIVES. Before going elsewhere to buy, we extend to you a cordial invita tion to come and inspect our great. Window Display of CROCKERY, GLASS WARE, and ENAMEL WAKE, the finest on the South Coast. Everything shown is of the latest and' most useful design, the quality is of the best, and as you trill 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 your handsome little' tea table. Splendid Stocks for replacing./ Glass Ware The finest ever imported. A splendid selection — Jam Jars, Tumblers, Batter Dishes, Vases, all of the most modern make and design. I J ; Enamel Ware , Eeally the latest and finest in kit chen economy. A fully furnished kitchgn makes cooking a plea sure, and helps in many ways to pre serve the...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ILLAWARRA MINERS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 28 May 1915

ILIAWARRA MINERS The Delegate Board, which sat On Thursday and Friday of last week, and adjourned, will meet again' early next week. The No. 4 Wages Board has been in session in Wollongong to-day cdn-- Bidering the dispute re the special places at Corrimal, which was the cause of the recent stoppage. There is not at present any move ment for the settlement of the trouble at CoalClifl. The shortage of explosives in the State tlffeatens a geneal stop short ly, of the collieries of the district for a few days at least. There is, however, understood, to be a cargo on tbe Australian Coast, having been reported at Freemantle. The difficulty, we understand, ia not , so much, one of production as of shiPr Ping.

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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ALBON PARK [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 28 May 1915

, AlBOM PflBK There is a noticeable falling off in the milk supply here. Cream is plso scarce, as in all other centres, and the output ' of butter at the local creamery is much below normal. On 33mpire Day the usual celebra- ' tion was held on the showground. Patriotic addresses were delivered by, Revs. O'iNeill and Cordiner and tha Mayor ot ssweunarbor (Alderman J ; Arfnstrong). A programme of sports ' ^ was gone through, every child receiv ing a prize of some description. At x Shellharbor a sale of gifts was con- ? , - ducted by Mr. John Burns, jresult^ ing in the sum of £26 being realis ed. One pair of pigeons were sold and re-sold to the extent that they . brought in a sum of £2 3s 6d. The bazaar under tbe auspices of | the AlDion Park !A. and H. Society, r **: was officially opened yesterday af- . ^ temoon by the Mayor of Shellharb- * ^ or (Ailderman T. Armstrong). The bazaar will be continued to-nigift ' ? (Friday) and Saturday night, and the lady workers expect to raise a! / ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Wollongong Belgian Fund [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 28 May 1915

Wollongong Belgian Fund The amounts realised at the auc tion sales in connection jwith the Belgian Fund are as fiolloiws, feals on Belgian -Mght, -£98 18s. Sale on Saturday, 22nd, £34 10s 9d. Sale on 'Empire Night, £42 14s 6d.— Tot- al £176 3s 3d. In order that a detailed statement of the above sales may be published the. Treasurer will be glad i* _ all outstanding accounts are paid in as soon as possible. Street Collections for WoUbngong Belgian Fund:i — Miss L. Buckeridge 14/ 6£ , Wffl. 'Edwards l9/7i » l^hy Howarth 5/9 j; Marie Palmer £1 5s 4d, Miss Kitty McKinhon £2 8s l|d, Miss PurviS 6/8, aliss iCor»forth i£110s 64d, Miss ;Norris 8/4^1 iveith Makin 8/5; Miss Clark 10/4, I. and W. Meredith .7/8, Miss OS; Nicholl 10/2, Miss Williamson 13/, ®leen Byron 6/8*, Etjiel Willis 1/11, Miss. JE. Wakeford £0 Is 6d, Miss V . Blaster 18/2J, Miss T- Kiernan £2 5s lOd Thelma Willis 3/9, Miss M. ffickey £1 9s' 10|df 3VIiss Badie Ayrc 11/8J, Mrs. J. H. Edwards 17s 6d, Miss IA'. Parsons 12/6L Et...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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DAPTO [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 28 May 1915

DAP TO JDmpire Day was celebrated at Dap ito on Monday last, and the day w*as generally voted to be the most successful yet held. The children of the locai public schooi assembled at the station, where they awaited the -arrival of the senior Cadets, under the command of Lieutenant Lien. Swan. Captain W. Mark officiated as marshall, and he had the able as sistance ol Mr. Morgan (headmaster Dapto Public Dchool), Mr. Walker, lAvondale Schfool, and Mr. J. G. Pairley. The procession marched to tbte showground, where the Fihg was saluted, and the 'iN'ational An them sung. Mr. J. Hewitt, who was a member of the First Australian Infantry, and who is now, ripe in years, took part in the procession, in full ihiform. The Mayor of Cen tral Illawarra, Alderman A. -G., Martin)., delivered an address (ap propriate to the occasion, after which a sports programme for the children was gone through. In connection with the Dapto Se nior -Cadets, Master J. Hazelton has been awarded a gold medal as fiTst...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 28 May 1915

Residents of Thirroul and Surrounding District PURCHASE YOUR GROCERIES H. S. Preece I Red CrossStore, ] ©pp, Public School, Thirroul I AM) SlTE'mOHEY: I v ' ' ' ? ' j Finest Quality Goods* Sydney Prices, j OEDEBa GoiaBOrBD & .DBWySB^D Dilti'S - 1 A trial will convince you of Jhnjnflmy ajlvwi- j tages jroo get ia tr&ing «t jbe JgUxi Cross i The Latest Styles sport coats' OVERCOATS' HALE'S | Vgf If you need a Smart Sport Goat or Overcoat w ra for the Winter Season, you should bee our ? ILp splendid selection. y There are a variety of styles, made of splendid materials and beautifully finished. , '«|^r * The keen value offered in these Coats have special reference to the present need, and the good taste displayed in tbe Selection of our purchase will further recommend them to our clients' approval. KNITTED SPORT COATS in all colors, smart shape, strapt back, warm and not too heavy, , _ Special Value, 10/6, 1 3/9, 22/6 Smart f COAT, in plain Reds, Browns, Blues, smart Ch...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 28 May 1915

THE WOLLONGONG HOTEL The LEADING Hotel —ON THE- SOUTH COAST— Accommodation strictlv under , the personal supervision of MrsCIj ARKE. JSvery, Comfort and Convenience. , SpaciouB promenade balcony, from which a capital view of the surroundings may ' ? beobtained. V Tariff : From 10/- per day. i Commercial Travellers specially catered for v Hot and Cold Water Baths. Close to Surf, Golf Links^ Bowling Green Schweppe's Cordials ^always obtainable. = GEORGE CLARKE, Proprietor. * SHIPP BROTHERS COACHBUILDERS, KEIRA AND SMITH STREETS, WOLLONGONG, ? Vehicles Painted and- Repaired on ????.. Shortest Notice. All Classes of Work Undertake* ESIIM4XB8 GIVBSf, Orders Executed Promptly. Good Work manship at Moderate Prices. Mr. V. WILSON dentist, v 4 1 ' GROWN STREET, WOLLONGONG Also firanch Surgery — r MAIN ' ROAD. BULLI 9pp0site£Mr, fl.F.CottereU. Boars — 9.30 4.8*0 — Wednesdays excepted ?v' ~y;,:yy'-X .^.vv

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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RUGBY LEAGUE. Woonona v. Thirroul. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 28 May 1915

1RUG6Y LEAGUE. , Woonona v. Thirroul. The above teams met in the open ing round of the lllawarra Rugby League's competition, first grade, on the Thirroul ground on 'Saturday last, the result being a win for -tlie Woonona team' by- sixteen points to nil. There were no scopes up to half time, the game being confined most ly to the forwards, it 'was of a very scraggy nature. After the spell Wo o- Tintio . shnnrcH a lit.tlo .hfitiiw cnmhitt ation, which enabled 23. -Lacy, J. MulliB, G- Lacy, and H. Partes t-j score. Park's try was the best bit of work of the day, the bail trav elling right across the field. H. Hud dock, with good kicks, converted two. The players of both teams in dulged in too . much talking, . and would- do better if. they played .to the whistle, and not so much 'chip/ For the winners, Rawle, perry and Parkes were the Pick of the backs, ?while 'Ruddock, Lacy brothers, Mul lis, and Green were most conspicu ous in the forwards. Ruddock play ing the best forward game on' ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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WOMAN'S WORLD GOOD MANNERS AND GOOD MORALS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 28 May 1915

WOMAN'S WORLD G.OOib MANK13ES AND GOOD MOilALS Tlie more you study what we call good manners and gracious behavior the more you will find it true that .they cannot be separated from the deeper ^graces of life. Follow every crude and rude action down, and you will find it rooted in some unloveli ness of the spirit, some egotism, isome selfishness, some lack of con sideration for others. To' take even a crude example, the man who bends his head low over his plate, who addresses himself solely to his din ner. We need not be told he is ill mannered, for everyone knows it is not the custom of well-bred people to eat so; but note how the bad manners are rooted in something deeper and more important, in dis regard for others. Let us take ' the word literally in 'disregard' — in a lack, of looking at others. If anyone has need of 'him, even were it the person immediately next to him, he does not know it, he is oblivious to all save himself and his dinner. Inj this particular, at least, the ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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RIFLE SHOOTING. South Africans v. Wollongong. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 28 May 1915

,RIHE SHOOtlHG. Soutlf Africans v. Wollongong. 1 A teams match, shot ofl at the local range on Monday (Etaipire Day), between the South African Soldiers Rifle Club and Wollongong The conditions were ten men aside, best . eight scores to count, fourteen shots each man at 600 yards, Wbl lozigong won by 68 pointB. The visi tors were - entertained at dinner et Frew's. Following are the scores— WoHongong~-0. W. iPrott 64, J. Emberton 62, H. M. Parsons 62, F. , A.' Home ,60, J. W. Innes 60, C. H. Schubert 59, H. Taaf© 57, A1. S; Parsons 56.— Total 480. - S.A.. Soldiers —Sgt, fD. Huntlf 55, Capt. Ixmngbridge 54, Trp. V. Har rison 53, Vvte. H. Si. Johns 52, 1 Sgt. J. Suchan 51, tP,te. if. Hobbs , 60, Lieut. W. Mnrcroft 49, Sgt. G. | Bidffood 48.— 412, j.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 28 May 1915

:?jrHj.\wuuuiiwiinrMi-iiiiMiiiii.tiii»iniiiij'»iiin»iiniiiiit-uiiiiiiiiiiin/i^w^ri.v^.V ?L MOTHER' Jfi fSEIGEISf S^RUP^ I vTLgttMJj More suffering afflicts men and women through Indigestion and the ^ fauIty action of the stomach, liver and' bowels, than from any other cause. The p body loses energy and tone when the food we \\\y^*J| fc|-£ JumI take does not nourish us fully owing to bad WxBfilll digestion. The appetite declines, and there is VfflUjl often pain before or after eating. Disagreeable \i\|M JzWunl flatulence and waterbrash. prostrating headaches, \Ymav& 0jl ij biliousness, costiveness of the bowels, and palpita- \i\lV-v ?V;|A 7/ tion of the heart are among other afflictions, I£ you llAntyj ?yjl J are one of the vast army of victims whose bodies, are vvh& nil starved because they are robbed ^ by . Indigestion of (Alts :j!n proper nourishment, let Mother Seigel's Syrup help yOu uXlH fjj to get well. It goes to the root of the complaint. By 1 1|H jW its gent...

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Illawarra Mutual Building Society [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 28 May 1915

lllawarra Mutual Building Society Tile annual meeting, the 35th, was held on Thursday evening in the of fice of the secretary, Mr. H. Stum bles, Crown-street, Mr. John Ed wards chairman. The directors' re port stated that when the war broke out the board decided to cur tail advances, otherwise the year would have been a record one. That notwithstanding, a suiri of nearly , five thousand had been lent to bor rowers and a considerable amount of business had already been done for the present year. The balance sheet showed that 'the revenue am ounted to £7045; the advances to talled £4772; investing shares with drawn £3.486. There was credit balance at current account of seven enty- three pounds. Interest paid on investing shares, six per cent., am ounted to £1015. All the directors, Messrs. Cr. W. Pajne, D. McDonald, John Robinson and W. Tubman and two auditors, Messrs. R. M. Krippner and Edward Herd — were re-elected. t .

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 28 May 1915

r , ? ? — , New Cure for Biliousness Torpid 'liver is usually the cause of the drowsy uncomfortable feeling and the lack of ambition and energy} often felt' by many people. If ne glected 'the condition usually ends In a bad bilious attack. Pitvkettes, the new laxative, , give \ excellent results in cases ^of torpid liver ' and biliousness. They have a specific action on. the liver and : speedily banish the feeling of lassit ude and weariness. 'They are effective without being drastic, and they have none of the bad effects of strong. v purgatives. Pinkettes also regulate* the stomach and liver, correct had breath, clear the complexion and are an excellent remedy to use during! colds and fevers. Send - your name and address for a free trial sample, mentioning the' 'South Coast Times.'' 8old everywhere Is. per bottle, ofl post paid from the Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., of Australasia, ILtd., Sydney. ** j — ? ? ?, ? ? ? ; ?»' ;? j Always T VEREKER j The Cheap Butcher, In ibe NEW SHOP, Co...

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Corrimal Red Cross [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 28 May 1915

Corrimal Red Cross The committee of the Corrimal Red Cross society have forwarded to the Sydney depot 33 pairs of hand knitted socks, the Result of two weeks work. The following are the ® names of the- ladies who have been good enough to help — Mrs. ESager, three pairs; Mrs. T. Davis, one; Mrs Tonge one, Mrs. D. Kerr one, ' Mrs. Sutherland two, Mrs. fHindimarsh two, Mrs. Moir two, Mrs. OP. Kerr two, Mrs, H. Kerr one, Mrs. R. Kerr one, Mrs. E. Davidson one, Mr^i A. Kenning one, Mrs. Peats one, Mrs. Qnions one, Mrs. Briggs one, Mrs.4 Marshall one, Mrs. J3vans one, Mrs. W. Gray °ne, Mrs. Smart one, Mrs. W. Martin one, Mrs. Park one, Mrs. John Thompson one, Mrs. Cross one, Miss Cross one, Mrs. Mc Geachie three. It is intended fbr the next fort night to send at least forty shirts to the Base Hospital in Egypt for the benefit Of Australian soldiers. Material for making shirts can be obtained from Mrs. Park tire Pres-- ident), or the secretary (J. Moir).

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 28 May 1915

A Suit built by - J. R. HE ALE Y, The well-known Expert Tailor, IS A MODEL OF PERFECTION IN EVERY DETAIL The Well-dressed Men on the Coastknow aud appreciate the honest '' work and value in Healet's Suite. Bb W isb and See that you get tbs Best Also. CALL AT SHOP, UPPER CROWN STREET^ AND SEE THE LATEST PATTERNS AND UP-TO-IfATE STYLES. REDUCTION IN PJ&ICES OF Ford Cars. Owing to the increased output of the Canadian Factory (where all Ford Cars imported into Australia are manufactured) the following reduced prices will be effective from the 1st MARCH, 1915. ] I Five Passenger Touring Car £195 (Sydney) Two Passenger Runabout £180 (Sydney) These Prices are subject to alteration if landed costs are increased. The Ford Co. ?will manufacture 40,000 Ford Oars in the Canadian Factory, the largest Motor Factory in the British Empire. , ' 1000 Ford Cars were sold in New South Wales last year, and over 66 Ford Cars have been sold each month tins yean HERE ARE THE REASONS. The Oar itself...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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COLEDALE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 28 May 1915

CO L E OA L E Full time continues to be the or- I det of the working, conditions at the , North Bulli Colliery. Trade is very c good, and the whole of the com- I pany's waggons, as well as those of the ' Railway Department, are con tinually kept running in despatching the output. There is no slackening-off in the coke trade, with the result that the employees are kept going On Sunday last an old miner nam ed Samuel Dodd was found dead in his hut at, Coledale Heights. Hip throat was cut , almost from ear to ear, and a blood-stained razor was found by his side. Deceased bad not worked for some months past, as he had suffered much from rheuma tism. On the previous Wednesday he was seen in Coledale, and was then, apparently, in th« best of spirits. It was hiB custom to visit friends at Wootiona each week-end and when he did hot put in an appearance on this occasion, one of the f.iends drove fo the hut and found him as stated. Deeeased was 'sixty-five years of age, and is said to have a ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 28 May 1915

Headaches and Dizziness j Headache is never a disease. It is j always a symptom. Applications, powders and tablets that' drug the , headache into quietude are treating the symptoms, not the disease, al ways a useless proceeding and often harmful. When headache is associated with some dizziness, it is usually the re sult of nervous exhaustion and, will continue as long as the person who Is overworked allows the debility to continue. It rapidly disappears when rest and the proper tonic is taken. Nervous exhaustion, . the cause of puch headaches and dizziness, results from, a strain on the nerves with which the rebuilding work of the blood is unable to keep pace. The best tonic for such a condition is Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. These pills build up the blood and strengthen ! the nerves. With this treatment, un- : less the overwork, worry tor wnat- j ever has causod the nervous break- j down, is persisted in, the headaches, j dizziness, nervousness and irritibili ty that characterise neu...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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A Voice from the Front [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 28 May 1915

AVoicefromJtiie Front ; 'A Rristolian in the fighting line ig France writes, 'If only people in ESngl&nd could realise a little of what our boys have had to put up with during the winter here in the way of exposure, apart from all the j danger, they would rise in a body' against those in l&iglarid who are helping to hinder things by strikes. One look at the ruin' here would be , enougg to send every able-bodied man to the Colours. I lo,athe the life, yet I would not be out of it, and I don't see hOiWi anyone, calling, himself a man can hold back.'—; 'Morning Post.'

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Anglo-Russian Cordiality [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 28 May 1915

Anglo-Russian Cordiality ^1 King George has telegraphed his warm approval of the new. society known as 'The Anglo-Russian Alli ance in Moscow.' The object oi the society is to promote a social and eronoinic rapprochement between llussi,a ajid Great Britain by means of exhibitions, museums, lectures on literature, and reciprocal visits and the establishment of information bu reaux. Branches will be opened at the chief commercial and industrial centres of .Russia. Almost as soon as it was an nounced, seats at next Saturday's/ gala performance of opera at Pet rograd were sold out. The immedi ate result of this will be that the value of the gifts for . the British; troops in France will be greatly in creased. Referring to the British, gifts to Po and, the rapprochement of British ,and Russian men of let ters and the other signs of the times a well-known writer in the 'Bourse .Gazette,' says, 'The words of 'Lon don said Petrograd are assuming equal significance with Toulon and Kronstadt....

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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CORRIMAL [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 28 May 1915

CORRIMAL (Our Correspondent.) The local collieries and coke-ovens maintain a pronounced' briskness and for tho ne^t fortnightly pay full time, less the holiday 6n Monday, is .assured. Tlie ladies of the Red Cross So ciety earnestly appeal to all ladies having leisure time to do something in the form of sewing or knitting for those of: our men who are cte fending the British Flag in Europe. lpnsf. tun Ann (In in in bftln those who are in the firing line or lying .wounded in hospital on our {-ehaif. We can't all fight, hut we can help those who are fighting Miss Jean Moir, secretary, or Mrs. Park will be pleased to supply the wool or material. Scl?ool girls and adult ladies ! Your 'services are earn estly appealed for; kindly give of your best in this time of dire na tional necessity. Thomas Watson, a very old resi dent, passed away on Sunday last. Deceased is survived by a grown-up ? family of sons and daughters, and several grandchildren. Tbe following goods have been re ceived by M...

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