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A New Hall at Port Kembla PATRIOTIC OPENING. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 11 June 1915

A New Hall at Port Keinbla patriotic' OPENINGS'. ' On tbe evening of ^Empire Day the frail just completed for the new, com pany, the Port Kembla Amusements Ooy., was opened, tho proceedings taking the form of ,a patriotic con cert. The cbinpany, with appropriate liberality, made it be for the benefit of the Red Uross. Over the portalB of the hall blaz ed in electric light, letters the wjord Empire, which the hall is named. Mr. IT. Ft. Lee, wlfo presided, in troduced Mr. M. Morton, M.L.Ai., who was to pronounce the opening benediction. Mr. Morton began by thanking-* on behalf of the directors the missioners occupying another hall who had kindly altered their time in order to give the new hall proceedings a better chance of an audience. He commended the enter prise which hat? provided that mag nificent hall for Port Kembla; he derstood a limit had been placed on the -number of shares anyone could hold, which gave local people an op portunity of having a stake in it- i Mr. Morton .devo...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NORTH COAST NEWS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 11 June 1915

NORTH COAST NEWS 1 Stock sales, Bangalow ; Virtue, I Koble and . (Co .. — For ward springing fl heifers realised from £8 to £10 per fl head, backward and springing heif- fl iers £6 10s to £7, yearling heifers fl fetched £4 4s,. fat cows . £« 15s to fl t£7 9s, forward store or fleshy cows: fl £5 t6 £55 17s 6d, back-ward stores fl from £4 15s to £4 18s 6d. Bidding fl was brisk, and a ready demand for fl |«.ll classes - tA.t Devlin Bros.' sale by [McDougall, Casino. — The whole of jthe mllkera, about seventy bead, av jeraged close on £6 Per head. | Up to Saturday last the following applications for Crown land in the Casino I^and District were lodged : — O. V. Martin- al. 3200 acres, par- ^ ish WoodenUong, county Roue. tN'o less ttaan twenty-nine applications 'have been lodged for homestead farm area No. 444, parish Dyraafca, coun ty Rous. The local fishermen one day last week filled thirteen large boats with sea mullet, as the result of a haul down near the north breakwater. It require...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 11 June 1915

♦'Come, firm reeplve, take thou the van, s ?' V . Thou stalk of carl hemp in man, And let us mind faint heart ne'er won a lady fair. Who doeB the utmost that he can will whiles do mair.'— Btons, And Burns was never far out in what he wrote. .. ' ' ' : ? ?, 4 ? A FEWPT.AIN FACTS ABOUT THE BARGAIN SHOP ?*., . ' :r Wollongong (Next Crook's Music Store). ^ It's only a small shop yet, but wait a bit — the man who runs it has got courage to sell his goods for Ready Money only, at a profit which the ordinary shopkeeper would think it impossible to trade on. That's just the point. If the Bargain' Shop man buys in the cheapest market and pays Ready Money he can sell on the same lines. The Quiok and Sure Turnover does it. At any rate he Is going to try, and if you'll support hini he will succeed. 'A light profit makes a long purse,' A FEW OF THE MANY SMALL PROFIT LINES AT THE BARGAIN SHOP. Ladies' Walking Skirts, Navy and Black Cheviot Serge, Trimmed- Buttons, all sizes, 5s lid and 6s lid. Us...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 11 June 1915

* ' ThereVs a good many things you can't do PitiTqHAJU), but—You. can turn out good repairs.** ( That is exactly what was said to me recently, and while [we may differ as to the correctness of the first part of the statement, all must agree with the latter, because ' ' ' ! We do turn out good repairs. Repairs which are nearly equal to new in appearance, and are Better than new so far as quality of sole leather is concerned (that j i is why they wear so well). Remember, a good sole is your best friend, and send your next pair of worn shoes to get one at Geo. PritcHard's, SHOE. SPECIALIST, i Lower Crown Street, Wollongong. I hone 147. Next Government Savings Bank Men's & Boys' Hats One of the finest features of my Stock of HATS and CAPS is the exceptional variety, and you have no trouble in selecting one to suit you. HATS.— Fine quality Soft Felt HATS, in Groys, Browns, Blacks Greens, 4a 6d, 5s lid, -7s 6d, 10s 6i, 13s 6i Also big lot of Men's and Boys' STRAW BOATERS 2s 9d to ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KEIRA—KEIRAVILLE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 11 June 1915

KEIRA— KEIRAVILLE On Sunday next an in mfemoriam Service in connection with the death of the late Corporal A. N. Shipp kiHed at the Dardanelles; ' will be held in the Mechanics' Institute; Rev C. S, oiver will officiate. A photo, of the deceased soldier will find ' a place on. the walls of the institute: The late Mr. Slnpp was the first Secretary of Keiraville Choral Socie ty., ? In the .? way of building, Mr. J. Remfry is having an up-to-d!ate cot tage erected - at Keiraville ? Mr. H. Tate has riow. the contract ! in tlie Jveira mine for tble removal of stone, Mr. II. Brooks has held the contract for the past ten years. Mr. Brooks, who has secured the wheel, ing contract at1 Mt. Kembla, entered upon his duties this week. The water table on tlie middle de viation, near the Mt. Keira Public School, is far from being all that It should he, with the result 'that the recent rains have been respon sible for lodging a \teaj ,of the de bris in the mjdd]^ of tiie rbadw£y, much to the inconv...

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 — 11 June 1915

'3Por- Coughs aad Colds, neTfflf , Wto, Woods' Great peppermint Cure, j 1/6. 1 Jr'v ,*/ , _''a '? ?:

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PATRIOTIC CORRIMAL. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 11 June 1915

PATRIOTIC CORRIMAL. The following are the names of the ladies who very kindly sent along clothes for the Belgians. The' Presi dent (Mrs. Park), forwarded the Pack age toj Fanners, Sydney, viz., Mrs. Cross, Mrs. Thomson, Mrs. H. Sell ers, Mrs. J. Park, Mrs. Moir, Mrs. J . Green, - Mrs. McAllister. The Corrimal Ried Cross Society are forwarding this week-end to the Sydney depot fifty shirts for the be nefit of the, Australian soldiers at~ the Base Hospital, Egypt. The foll owing are the names of the ladies who have kindly helped with tbe sewing,— Mrs. Budnanan, 3 shirts, Mrs. Husband, 2 shirts;M rs. Ben jamin, 3 shirts; Mrs. Caldwell, 3; Mrs.1 McGeachie, 2; Mrs. Mclntyre, 2; Mrs. Hindmarsh, 3; Mrs. Hall, 1 ; Mrs. Dixon, 5; Mrs. B, Hughes, 2 ; Mrs. W. Wonson, 2; Mrs. 'Blake 1 ; Mrs, Druery, 2; Mrs. B. Druery, 2 ? Sirs. Fletcher, 1; Mrs. Thomson 1 ; Mrs. Aa*mour, 2; Mrs. Willirkott, 2 ; Mrs. G. Wonson, 1; Miss Riddle, 3; Miss Latch ford, 3; Miss iWyard, 2 ; Miss J. Moir, 2; Miss A. Mitc...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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COLEDALE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 11 June 1915

CO LEGALE Work at the North Bulli Colliery has been satisfactory during the past week, no time whatever being lost. The coke trade shows no sign of slackening, and exceptionally big ?rders are being despatched!. In the Methodist Church on Sat urday evening Mr. Hansen, Hurst ville, gave an- entestainment with lantern slides, which w.as well at- - tended and greatly appreciated. On Sunday evening the same gentleman gave an interesting sacred prograjm The committee of the local War Distress Fund are arranging a grand patriotic concert, to be held in the Ooledole Hall on Friday, July 2nd. Leading district and metropolitan artists will assist. On Saturday evening last the im pounding officer of the Bulli Shire Council made a raid on the strayv stock hereabouts and captured about ten head. The residents state that the electric lights were left burning till a late hour that evening, which is not often the case, and some of them now venture the opinion that the light was for the purpose of ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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BALGOWNIE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 11 June 1915

BALGOWNIE The mines continue to work brisk ly; Mt. Pleasant and Corrimal have so far worked every day with the exception of King's Birthday, this fortnight. The Brass Band on Saturday even ing, 12th instant, are making a pre sentation to Mr. Jas. Masters and Mr. Jack Retmfry, in the School of Arts, and a social is being teeld in conjunction with the presentation. The public committee have decided to give a presentation and 'public . send-off to four other young men who are shortly leaving for tho front, viz., Jas. Masters, Joseph lyd gar, Thos. Clarkson and W. Damson, in the School of Arts Hall on Wed nesday evening, the 16th instant. This w 11 make nine representatives from the village for the front, al though it does not make up the to tal who are willing to go, as a good many others have volunteered, but, for same trifling matter, have not been accepted. The sugar and butter famine is'be ing fett in the village, those com modities being very scarce. » * Correction. — Through a cl...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SCARBOROUGH [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 11 June 1915

SCARBOROUGH Tho prospects -or continuous work at the South s Clifton and Tunnel mines are bright. The iormer mi-nn got in full time last week and there wero indications that the whole of this week -would be {worked. The Tunnel mine worked four days last week, a day being lost as a result of the wheelers holding a naeetinc. and leaving it too late for a start to be made that Particular day. The benefit social held in the pal ace Hall on Friday evening last in aid of Mr . ,0. James, iwas a great success, and resulted in the handi some sum of £13 7s. being handed over to, the ^beneficiary. The com mittee desire to extend ,their best thanks to the ladies who, on such! Short notice (LRRi«lff-H +n m_1ra +Ti« fixture the success it was. !Ai meas ure of praise js also due to the musicians, who gave their services gratis, namely, Mr. -3. Scrivener and Master McDonald , (piano), and Messrs. Hewitt and Pemberton (vio lin). Messrs. J. Murphy and F., C., Johnston officiated as Me.C., .while Mess...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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WEEK BY WEEK [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 11 June 1915

WEEK BY WEEK 1&. - Br. Kirkwood left Wollongong, on fj : ? Saturday, for the camp. The Berry Agricultural Society's iN^ annual masquerade ball ivill be held £*-? „ on Thursday, July 1st. J An application for a mining lease v of m.p. 15, parishes Kembla and Wongawilli, has been' lodged by W. A. Lang. * . ? — O — / - Mr. Dave McKinnon, Dunoon, Rich T - mond River, formerly of this dis bt tript, has volunteered, and wishes * . his South Coast friends good-bye. 4 - o Messrs: Ken. Thomson' (Burner), 1h? Bert White (Numba), and Luke Mc Ternan (Nowra) are leaving Sydney i for the front. * p l£ ™ *o— S-jp The monthly meeting of Central jL Illawarra Council was postponed g from last Wednesday till Wednesday k ' next. p The work of building the/ new, pres r - bytery for 'St. Francis Zavier's Was begun on Tuesday. The new struc f ' tur-» will be one of the finest resid ouces in the district! In the Church-street Hall on Tues f/ day evening a lecture will be given, descriptive of the is...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 11 June 1915

F. A. SWAN j Carrier and I Contractor. I Furniture Carefully Removed. I Sulkies and Coaches for Hire, . I Picnic Parties driven to an y pari 1 of the district at reasonable rsites I Address : fl CORRIMAL STREET, I Tel. No. 60 Wollongong 1 R.H.HOWES, | Tobacconist, I Hairdresser, I Stationer, etc. 1 The best Brands of Tobaccos, Cigars, and fl Cigarettes always in stock B A splendid assortment of Pipes, Cigar and fl Cigarette Holders, Tobacco Poaches, fl Perfumes, etc. fl I have a large assortment of Toys, Post 8 Carde, Stationery, and aH kinds of School fl Requisites, Novels, etc. fl Have a Look at our Windows. B » Don't ForgetOur Saloon fl For a First-doss Haircut fl (' and Easy Shave. B Crown Street, Wollongong fl In Selecting a I GROCER Consider Quality & Price JARMAN KEIRA STREET, Leads the way on thesis two ] points, I | . Tel. 34 . . I 'THE STORE WHERE QUALITY COUNTS.' I Groceries 1 Groceries are a necessity, therefore fl QUALITY GOODS and BEDROCK fl PRICES should be yo...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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CURRENT JOTTINGS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 11 June 1915

CURRENT JOTTINGS Two Americans from Philadelphia, the Quaker' City, who have come to Australia as delegates from the Peace Society, have- expressed them- J selves disagreeably surprised at the Australian sentiment towards the U.S.A. They had an American flag ?with them and were told by a Cus- i toms officer that they had better keep it in the bag. They found a belief, in which the ,N-Z. Minister for Defence shared, that America was a guarantor of the neutrality of Bel gium, antf an opinion based on that belief that America was shirking its duty. The sentiment in this country to wards America has undoubtedly been formed by a misconception of an opinion expressed by Mr. Rooseveldt. He reminded his countrymen that America was a party to the Hague Convention, and argued that as its terms were being disregarded by , Germany,' also a signatory, America should proceed to enforce it. This' was understood here by people un informed, to apply to the liberties of Belgium. Then there was the pr...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 11 June 1915

JUDD & BESSELL (TOM) (JACK) I WHEELWRIGHTS & GENERAL 1 BLACKSMITHS, Have taken over tbe Blackemithing Business ; in Keira Street from Mr W. Edwards. Mining Machinery and Farm Iwplemen . I * / * Hade and Bep&ired. Horse-shoeing, ^re-cutting, Ooachbuilding, and BlackemitiungWork of all classes undertaken. Bring along a Trial ;Order and ypu will ^ be-satwfied. OTf# MOTTO : », ^OOdWorkmBiiship a'tl^sonableBates Ur-GLEWapJl . Dental Surgeon, 'if; obo ym stbbbt, wollonookg Telephone 33. u I US/ ' , 't

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 11 June 1915

i GOOD VALUE IN BLANKETS , Although the Government has commandeered all the Blanket Mills in the Commonwealth, we were 1 fortunate in getting in before the rush, and can offer you not only the best Stock of Blankets in I the district, but also the best value for your outlay. If you will kindly pay us a visit and examine I the quality of our goods, you will find them extremely good value. 1 Now is the J 4F Time to Buy I JL BLANKETS 'White Pure Wool Blankets, single bed size, 14/6 - * I White Warm and Fleecy Blankets, threequarter bed size, 18/0 I White Australian Wool Blankets, double bed size, 22/6 and 25/- I White Cosy Blankets and extra large, 82/6 and 35/ 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 Grey Blankets, double bed size, 18/6 and 21/-* 9 May we Mention m I EIDER DOWNS * I Now that the Cold Nights are approaching, EIDER DOWNS will soon be ^ r«q(uir«i. Xri suajbibijpa^oii X thereof, ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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South Wollongoag Life Saving Members Going [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 11 June 1915

South Wollongong Life Saving j Members Going On Saturday night the members of the South Wollongong Lifesaving Club entertained Mr. G. Kelly (vice captain of the club), also J. Kelly (an active member), at ,a . social ev ening held at Mrsi Kelly's (home of the boys), on the eve of their de parture for active service. Dancing, singing and games were indulged in till midnight, then an adjournment was made for supper, kindly provid ed by the ladies of . the Club. After supper, Mr. W. O'Brien '.(hon. sec.) of the club, occupied the chair. t Sev- eral toasts were honored. The chair man, in speaking of the guests, said they were too good for bullets and he hoped they would return saiely, and take their places in the club. He then presented each with a hand some wristlet watch. Mr; 33. Qberg supported. Mr. G-. Kelly responded appropriately for himself and hie brother. Dancing and songs were indulged in till morning. Tlfe club have received tbe follow- J Ing letter from I'r vate G. Kelly ; j...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 11 June 1915

, , For Bronchial Cougbe, take ^ ? ? v . - ?; Woddi' GireSt #ep^mint Cure, 1/6 GOMMENS &TUCKEV .mwwit$#«)iuaE F*piw '? KEH& STREteT. Awardad'.lWjiiifee RoyalShoWilSydney, Ifa^atul SecpMThftn&.VehicleB in Stock- - Painting awlllepair^ nearly and quickly; - *' executed. Tyros Tiglteped—our system is perfect. w C. GILMORE, Manager. ; -'^VV' . V -;rJ* ; ' . THEQUESTIOfl ^o^^ENT is flow to Keep the Home Snug? Chattering teeth and shivering bodies are strangers to homes where Water's modern room heaters are used. They give a cheery grateful warmth and are as economical as they are handy. No smoke, no du.8t,no bother, a wonderful labour saver for busy housewives'. ' t % * A further advantage is that ALiL the heat is radiated throughout the room, whereas with a wood or coal fire a great proportion goes up the chimney. The portable kinds are afgreat boon to delicate and aged folk. They can easily and safely be shifted from room to room, and the degree of heat need ed ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Up Against German Music [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 11 June 1915

m ? ? ? .'i' ? ' ' . ????-. . Up Against German Music i 'The Morning fpost' (London), *ays : 'Barnest musicians will wel come the announcement that the ^Anti-German League is an establish ed fact. For it is in music just as much as in anything else that the iGerman influence is to he combated The League might even include Grer twan music among the subjects it is to oppose. Still, the word 'influ- ence' may be said to cover this. German influence in our music iB an undoubted actuality. It has permea ted every branch. In opera it has become an obsession; in song, we ?cannot escape 'lieder;' and in the orchestra concerts nine-tenths of the programmes are made up of Ger man music. The situation is ridicu lous, and even the 'German people themselves are laughing at .us, lor they know very well the value -*- their own products in the art &rwl realise that no original note 5&aa heen sounded by tbem for the *ast half century. In music as in ^ery thing else modern Germans mfc...

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DAPTO [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 11 June 1915

DAPTO The rain of tho week has been appreciated, but the Exceptionally cold blasts will not at all te»d to increase the milk supply, iwhich is now somewhat limited. Oil Saturday; evening last there was a meeting of the Dapto branch -of the Milk Suppliers' Association, for the purpose of discussing the question of an increase in the price of milk to the producer to eleven pence per gallon. . Mr. J. {McPhail occupied the ClJair. There was a fair amount of discussion. Messrs. Dun aan, 'Sanderson, X/ane, JE..T. Evans, and A. iG'V Martin and the chair nan contended tihat an increase to elevenpence per gallon was fully (War ranted. .The following resolution was carried unanimously, ' That this branch is strongly in favor of the price of milk being raised to eleven pence per gallon. Mr. G. Mcphail, of West Dapto, who has recently disposed of his farm to Mr. Stewart, of Camden, intends to reside in Sydney. In the past he has acted as secretjary and treasurer tof the DaPto A. and H. Society,...

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HELENSBURGH [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 11 June 1915

HELENSBURGH .« P. Egan, whose death at the Dai1- ^|NB aanelles wa a reported last : week -v' worked for a number of yeare at ? ' '4S9 the Metropolitan Mine. He was ' a WUM general favorite with his mates. The steps from the overhead bridge to the ,new railway station 1 .'^^1 have at last been- Completed and it is, now possible to reach the plat- ~iaH| form without dodcinir trains or crrt- -,ZWM ting over trucks. ^gjfB Steps are being tjiken to have the £-ady Carrington road opened up, SB from the National Paric end to Lily- v:'J[ vale and O;tford. The Shire Council Is to he approached for its support. J3& tf opened up, this route would be uised largely by tourists to and? from , -'? the South Coast. ' Mr. Ireland, postmaster at Helens- - |||B buvgh, has received notice of his re^ j'HB movgl to Waratah, whyjre he will shortly take control. - „3Bj Tbe office at Helensburgh. Bast: (Baker's . Camp), will close on 12tll inst. Owing to the completion of the deviation works, very f...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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