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NORTH COAST NEWS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 28 May 1915

Sort MAST NEWS ; Mr. Alfred' liiley, of the ?well-' known Lismore family, and late cf MurwXllumbah, h,as taken over th.3 Bangalow Hotel. In the Bangalow Court last week, 'K. Davis1 got a verdict against J. Harder for wages and costs. He had ? been farming a' dairy herd, for de fendant. Th^re was a charge against Davis for ill-behavior as an em ployee.' This information 'was dis missed. with £i2~2$ professional costs 'allowed complainant; A witness said he knew ' Davis eh the South Coast, where he used to 'go by the name of Davidson. '' - Mr. A , : S.;; McBaron, a former re sident of thfc Rous-road, is now in business . in Palmwoods, Q. , as an auctioneer, land/ stock, and commis sion agent. ~ There , appears to be a, feeling a moii^st our townspeople just now to be on tlie inove. Within the last few months evT3ry_ clergyman ih tbe town^ ', lias sought , fresh iieids. The 'move- on' microbe has now spread Jto ^ a uUiubei' of- bur business people; Mr. M. Daley, the popular host of :th...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LITHGOW. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 28 May 1915

[?] ijeing;'' plentiful^ Itfore J^en have -/ ^ *jpQ invst?r'^us avhich fof -a , Meek ~or tvlp havjd ^een MSiJ-le ^ - t^hie woy»t8lnB ^vitb «.f tfte1; town -nete - in , evidence 'aei ' niglit. They -«*-*. ' Jwrt^evei, ^ ?*p% %ery,;no lo^er.-A4 mVesi^gation jnade last nights by the military a,ii- : thorities, who d^s:overed a number of lads wiib lamps, and -.-a' .bonfire.^ The forinen 3vere flashed continually, as in Morse signalling, whilst the fire was niade^for 'warmth, tofeal residents lifiay or may not be plead ed to know the lights were in no w*a^y .due *to- tlie derniane _ . mids*C'— 'Mfercury.'1

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

; . -= ?. - mm a 'i:. 'I'he residents of Stonj' Greek., and * TJrogo are tendei'ing Mr. 'sLnd Mrs - J. VV. Ramsey a farewell' -picpic and p - presentation : on Saturday; 22nd IV. J Brown reports tbe sale.* of - ^^teman's : weiirk^pwnlvf^&v^ ; i. ^V^«bftah:,;':' r:V Mr'. -3arjisey IQveringham. - ; XX. ^^lsojck' 5* l;j ...'. Cf&od ^porkers niiade^td ^'r^Ss, ?'?flips' &: tid-; to'/ ? 3 sii' .% at ; to^;;£5-%5^ ' -;v' to ; €-7 ;-15s, pood, store cows ,iB Is ? ' -to '£f ,12s, springing .heifers '£^- 7®' WA ' '.?'? -;-^6ai3cb:]srs': ^tr.t, Clyde XJjiderbill intends. gojn^ ,

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

J- . . ' ' ' EDEN. ' ? ^ ^ ; ' Mr,' .lack Pjesley and -Mjss »eliie ggs- Bobbin, -both of Eden, ?.?wore married -a -on Wednesday last. -1 ' ' - ,

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

'????? ' M0H13YA. . ??. ' At about .nine o'clock on . - Friday* -;? ' morning last,., a party of, Moruya ^i®K - . and Bergaiia men -tiLnd boys7 with;; 'J-;'- -. 'flogs and. guns, assembled at the res idence of. 33 r . ; J bbn- iGfxeig to 'take ; fef ? - PiU t' in a rabbit drjve over the pro u .'per ties of - ? Stessrs . ? :.^Sre% Boon i feSv''' after the arrival of 15 sho0te%r«jii) ? i i ti number of .drivers, an Attack' wa:s; ' made against the rabbit atrriy, anifl ^sCT''- in a short time the reports-of shbfevj J jjuns.c racking;. -.of |J- ,-i of revolvers for^ the ^pest , ^, clo^i ^ quarters 'were hoar^!';^t!^gh^»®pt;;;! ' tjfeiv' escaped,1 tbe sticte'aCcobnted for 1^^^.'' :- :-'^¥Uy . ? ®ixt.y rabbits in the final tush, i s . bringing the * total to w ell over five |;v. ' liundred for tbe. day. / , 'Vew stead school haS been 'reojten S*.'-' ed as a subsidise^ school; under : Mr ii - -Greislij, late of Engldnd. afei-f 'c.r:' -?

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

:SV':-' BERMAGUI. ' i ' Mr. Sam Mead, who has enlisted {or the front, %nd has beexi -in ti'ain V.v'. ? ing in camp . in Sydney, arrived. ^ ??.? ]10mc again on Tuesday week to say ?V ' -good-bye to parents and friends. . * Another small launch lias keen ad ded to our snapper flotilla. . These -1 U.1-. s*^ii ^V*4- ? ?: ' \ #jiic vaaiijic; ueu, -viijoa aie ixi * - -good quantities . off Bermagui-; ? are v - biting' well. Messrs. J. and W. Warn ?: 7* ?fceem to be heading the list of ship 5 j ~ . V pers. Last Saturday they sent away, : S:~ v' nearly two hundred . fish. 'Xo less - than four launches are now engaged W, ?-' ' in. schnapper fishing. - , : , ;-:: ;V}; iir. R. Aimetts lias removed , into ? bis new butcher'^ shop which . was 7- ^ erected by Mr, Len Whitfield for Mr,v. r' . ' Sinclair.' , ; ^ ^ ;'??'??

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

GOOD VALUE *» ? : IN BLANKETS Although the Government has commandeered all the Blanket Mills in the Commonwealth, we were fortunate in getting in before the rush, and can offer you not only the best Stock of Blankets in the district, but al^o the best value for your outlay- If you will kindly pay us a visit and examine the quality of our goods, you will find them extremely good value. t „ ?????????????????????????Mi Now is the 4F Time to Buy I I BLANKETS I White Pure Wool Blankets, single bed size, 14/6 I White 'Warm and Fleecy Blankets, threequarter bed size, 18/6 I White Australian Wool Blankets, double bed size, 22/6 and 25/ I White Cosy Blankets and extra large, 32/6 and 35/ ? I Grey and Dark Blue Blankets, single bed, 8/11 and 10/6 I Silver and Dark Grey Blankets, single bed, 13/6 and 15/6 I Silver and Dark Gray Blankets, double bed size, 18/6 and .21/- , ^ ; May we Mention ^ EIDER DOWNS - I; Now that the Cold Nights are approaching, EIDER DOWNS will soon be required. In antici...

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

DANCING. Mr and Mrs HICKEL. Jan. WILL bold their Danoing Class in Wol longong Town Hall every THURS DAY Night. Latest Dances and Select. : Gents 1b 6d. Ladies 1b. TENDERS TENDEBS are invited for the Building of a Brick Church at Woonona. Flans and Specifications can be seen at J. Myles, Bulli. Tenders .close 19th June, with Power and Adams. Architects, Sydney ; to whom all tenders muBt be sent, j WILL the person from Kenny Street, 1 Wollongong, who took my Fox 1 Terridr Dog out of my yard on Saturday night, kindly return same, to save further { trouble. L. GARNEB, Corrimal. BEALE AUSTRALIAN PIANOS. j PIANOS from £50 to £220. Terms can be arranged. Latest Music and Songs. Sewing Machines from £3 to £20. M. A. MORAN, Crown Street, Wollongong. NOTICE A BRYANT, Bootmaker, Bulli, wishes to ? inform his Customers that he has no cqpnection with any shop at Thirroul. Postmaster General's Department, Sydney, 26th May, 1915. TENDERS will be received by the Deputy Postmaster General, Sydney, u...

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

So niatter libw Jnany yeare your hair ihaa been grey, no matter what caused^ it, or wen 5! your liair be quite white, Surmanol, the wonderful new English remedy for grey -.hair will bring every grey ' thread right'back to precisely tbe . colour '£ it . was before greyness crept in.- It will do this in j , ' the amaiongly short time of a few weekt.'You thenieave* off* using . i long as life ' j . lasts that greyness can never — never return. Surmanol is not a ?dye or stain, and docs pot stain the hair or scalp. It is a thousand ? times better to use Surmanol, and ?- Tbe done with your grey hair for. all time than to, use faair dyes or ; ? stains, and always have the grey ness with you. Price, ©/- {post age, 4d. . extra) from The Edge-' worth Laboratories, Hoffnung's Chambers, .168. Pitt Street, Syd I ney, N.S.W. When writing ' de ! scribe .hair, troubles fully. \ BBHBHIBBHjBHBHHHHHIHHi i r F. a. SWAN , Carrier and Contractor. V'. ? -V - ;? -.v '-'.J, y:!. ; JMaitajre 'Careful ly B^pi...

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

45-CAMDEN_HEIFERS-45 Thursday Next at 2 p.m. BROWNSVILLE YARD8. O'Donnell & Stumbles HAVW been instiuoted by Mr John Phillips to Sell by Auction aB above, 46 Extra Choice Calved and Springing Heifers, selected by Mr Phillips froin two leading Camden Dairies, and in cluding a number of exceptionally fine roans, described as fit for the show ring. All right at their work. -- pre coach from Dapto Station to Bale Tank after trains. Note Day— THURSDAY. Usual Terms, ' / UNANDERRA BRICK RESIDENCE Saturday, 5th June Next, 2.30 O'Donnell & Stumbles Have received instructions from Mr. Albert Bloor to sell by auction at their Wol longong Booms, as above— Attractive Brick Cottage, situate atUnan derra, containing 6 rooms and all offices, solidly built and well finished throughout, with Three Allotments of Land, the whole making a first-class residence or investment property. Mount Keira Home Saturday, 5th June Next, 2.30 O'Donnell & Stumbles Will sell by auction, at thei...

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Robbery at Coledale [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 28 May 1915

Robbery at Coledale In the Bufli Court on May 13th, David Thomas Maroney Was charged with robberies of moneys and ar ? tides from the boarding house of Mrs. It. Madgwick. lie pfeaded not guilty and was defended by Mr. Ai. A. Lysaght. Sergeant Connor deposed that on Monday, 3rd May, at Coledale, he saw accused and. asked hi?ni his «wher abouts on the previous ' Monday; ac cused replied that from ten wiinutes past eleven till the milk train came in he had been going from Smart's to the railway station. Afterwards, he went up to the pit looking for a job. Witness, with 'accused's consent - searched the room he occupied at , Mrs. Madgwick's, which was shared only by Charles Mason and Andrew CabesSC; found nothing in connection with the charge. Afterwards went to the railway station with accused, and - said to Mason, a porter, 'what time: did Maroney come to the sta tion :on Monday, May 3rd ?' Mafjon replied, at 'ten minutes to 12.' Mason said that Maroney told, him he iwent for a walk a...

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

A POWERFUL and Conifortable Car for Hire. Tourists driven to all parts of the District. Pio-mo Parties arranged. Ex perienced Chaffeur, R. C. Barbee, phone 200, Wollongong AT the Front— Howarth's 3-course Dinner for.ls. . A NOTHER opportunity for you, No. 3 xx. S. B. Society Sale of Ballot, Satur day, 29th May. A NO. 3 S. B. Ballot of £200 is paid off at 6s 4d per week, £250 at 7b lid, and £300 at 9s 6d, whioh do you want BIKE Bargain, Bdie hub, GaB Lamp etc., no further nee ; 55/-. A. Oscar Dawes, Crown Street. Wollongong. BOOK- KEEPING and Delivery for Butchers is an expensive item, Save yon* portion of it by cash purchases at Our Butchers. COMMONS and Tuokey, Keira Street Horse Shoeing and Tyreing Wheels a speciality. W. C, Gilmore, Manager. DR. C. P. JACKSON has commenced the praotise of his profession at 'Alma Cottage,' Market Street, in partnership with Dr. W. L. Kirkwood. FOH Pale, ?? Chalmers' Motor Car, 20-30 h.p., 4 oyl. ; guarauteed perfect. Any trial Driving taught if ne...

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

SGARB0R0U6H South Clifton and the Tunnel Col lieries are working continuously ; a day was lost at thei former mine on Friday last owing to repairs being carried out to portion of the machin ery. Empire Day was celebrated here in a thorough manner. At Clifton Public School patriotic addresses ?were delivered by prominent citiz ens. In the evenings a Belgian social had been arranged by. Mrs. Lay den, Mrs. F. Johnstone, Mr. F. John stone, Mr. Layden, and others, and the fixture was generally voted to i be the most successful yet held at Scarborough. Mr. J. B. Anderson wielded the hammer at ' the auction sale of gifts which was portion of the programme. He was particularly successful in this line; and, as a re sult the handsome sum of about forty pounds was realised. One lb of jam realised 7s, g rooster 26s, a. razor 26s, while small flags real ised as high as' 12s, Clifton resid ents were well represented in tbe gathering, and took a lively inter est in the proceedings. The following t...

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

THANKS MRS SAM BRADLEY, of Coledale, wishes to Thanks the local Lodge of Free Gardiners ; also engine drivers and Fireman, and all persons who assisted in any way in the Benefit 'tendered to her which resulted in her receiving £10 8s. In Memoriam Notices STAFFORD— In loving memory of our mother Susan Stafford, who departed this life May 25th, 1912, aged59 years. Dear is the grave where mother is laid, Sweet is the memory which never . shall fade. Roses may wither, eyeB cease to see, If others forget you, never shall we. Inserted by her loving daughter and son-in-law, Mabel And James Nelson, Greta. GILMORE— In loving remembrance of our dear sister, Margaret, who de parted this life May 24, 1914. Inserted by her loving brother and sis ter-in-law, Thomas and Bertha Gilmore, and Family. ' GILMORE— In loving remembrance of our dear sister, Margaret, who .de parted this life May 24th, 1914.' Inserted by her loving brother and sister-in-law, Dominick and Annie. GILMORE— In loving remembran...

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

' -.- . V --IWS 1 BEST FOR CLONIC COLDS. ' The cough mixture I made from Hean's Essence is the best remedy I have ever used for chronic colds. I cured myself in a very short time, and can safely recommend it to anyone ^ who suffers with throat and chest i ' [ '? complaints.'— I. C. MacVicar, Colo ; ^ ^ Creek, N.S.W. v Making cough mixture at home with : / :& Hean's Essence is So wonderfully eco- ~! 3 nomical and the mixture you make is so good, that users promptly recom- . j ^ mend Hean's ^Essence to 'others, - i ; y Every, bottle you use saves at least ^7 to/- for your pocket. This home-made Hean's Essence Cough Remedy gives instant and comforting relief ' from all the usual family coughs and colds. f As a gargle for sore throats it stands a I -champion. It is pleasant to take, is entirely C ? '*~'i frfe from harmful drugs, and is always - ^ ^ valuable in cases of Asthma, Bronchitis, Croop and Whooping Cough. Hean's Essence is sold by most chemists and stores, or post free ...

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

NEWCASTLE MOTES There was a large gathering of the mechanical staff of Aberdare Colliery -jit the Railway Hotel, Cessnock, when Mr. T.Goaldrake, on behalf of the staff, presented Privates iP. trrehetarne and H. L. Ryan witfc wristlet watches and fountain pens ?as mementoes of their association with the Caledonian Go's, collieries. ?A- lasge number of the Minini min ^rs and others are anxiously wait ing their opportunity of s ecuring ?employjnent at the Richmond iS/fein Colliery. The latter colliery is still to its development stage, but at no distant date should absorb a numb er of miners and others. Mr. Joseph Vial, the accomplished i young Newcastle violinist who left Here three years ago for further istudy in Germany is dangerously i ill in London. In the ICyrri TCurri Police Court last week Edward Weir pleaded not guilty to keeping a ferocious dog, to the danger of Darcy Smith. De fendant was fined 40s and ordered to pay £A 19s costs or 2 months' hard labor; Thomas Jones, 20, wa...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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COLLIERY SCREENINGS THE HUNTLY DISASTER. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 28 May 1915

COLLIERY SCREENINGS THE HUKTLY DISASTER. [ Compensation claims arising out of the recent Huntly, N.Z. , mining dis aster were settled out of court, the company paying a total of £34,450. : ?Sixteen widows claiming £1000 will lie Paid £775 each, five others will be paid £200 each, and one orphaned iamily, one thousand pounds. THE EXPLOSIVES DIFFICULTY AT ABERMAIN., Representatives of tlie Abermain Lodge had a lengthy conference with! Messrs. John Jeffries and J. Moh crieff. manager and under-manager, with the result that it was arranged to have a series of demonstrations through the pit to see the actual effect of the new explosive which i§ objected to by the men. Messrs Jef fries and Moncrieff represented the company, and Messrs. Devon and Teece the men. The tests were made last week, and in some the' new ex plosive did fairly well, Uut in others it did not. It was suggested by the management that the new explosive he used in places where it had proved successful, and that the high ...

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

Moving pictures tell a story, ?Life's sad incidents are shown, fooyarid 'sorrow, laughter, sadness. Gladness', madness, grief and moan. But the 'movie' that upset me Was the cough that made me poor, Faded from the screen for ever, Chased by Woods' Great Pepper mint Cure.

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

MOUNT KEIRA A social and auction sale in aid of the Belgians was held in the School of Arts Hall on Friday nigfrt ?last. Mr. Frank McDonald, after a canvass of the mountain, had suc ceeded in obtaining a miscellane ous collection of saleable' articles. These included a heifer from Mr. J. Phillips, pigs from H. Co wain and J. Staff, jet dresser from Mr. ©. Or gan, and a motor trip from Mr. J. Porter. Both social and sale pr0ved unqualified success. Messes. Charles Markham and F. McDonald, as auc tioneers, astonished prospective buy ers with their skill as salesmen and there is little doubt the former is only wasting his time. As a result of the entertainment, the secretary is confident .of having over thirty Pounds to forward ;? to tbte Belgian Consul. OTie committee extends its gratitude to the ladies twhb pre pared the supper apid to the musi cians who gave their services gra tis.— Correspondent. At the school the speakers -were the Rev. F. Duesbury, Messrs. T. Bissell, D. Mitchell...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND Trinity Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 28 May 1915

Church Services. CHURCH- OiP ENGLAND, Trinity Sunday. St. Michael's, Wollongong, 8 a.m. H.C., Rev., c. Stubbin; 11, Eev. C. A. Stubbin; 7.15, Rev. J. Poole. Pt. Kembla, 3, Riev. C. 'A.S tubbin. Fig tree, 7,15, Rev. C. A. Stubbin. Bal gownie, 11, iRev. J. Poole. Mount Kembla, 3, iRev. j. Poole. Keira ville, 8, Mr. W. L. Scott. Fairy Meadow, -7.15, Mr. C. W. Prott. Methodist' church. j Wollongong, 11, Mr. T. Green;,. 7.15 ! Rev. F. Duesbury. Dapto, 2.30 Mr. | E-. OSastaWay- Marshall Mount, 11, Mr. E. Eastaway. Mount iveira, 2.45 j Mr. W. Smart; 7, Mr. D. Mitchell. Mount Kembla, 3 and 6.30, Rev. A. j Fletcher. Balgownie, 3, Mr. Hughes; i 7, Mr. W. Masco rd. Bellambi, Rev. W. Lock. Corrimal, 11, Rev. Fran^ Duesbury; 7, Mr. J. Wynn. Unander r.a, 3, 'Mr. W. Preece. Port Kembla, 7, Mr. W. Smart. Keiraville, 11, Rev. A. Fletcher; 7, Mr. T. Green. Bulli Circuit. Bulli, 11, Riev. £. H. Kelynack, B.A. 3 p.m., Rev. F. Duesbury; 7.15 Rev. L. H. Kelynack, B.A. Woonona 11, Mr. H. Anderson; 7, Rev....

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