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

? ? , . . 1 1 ? 1 1 ii',- . , v :-v jia THIRROUL 'r! {Correspondent.) V ,Much regret is expressed at the nWUB departure from this town of Mr, ,M. -vM8 Simon, late manag-er of the OPictoria Pictures. He will be greatly missed, ' ySH as he was a, wayfe ready . to help, . Through* his help patriotic funds '//£? have been augmented by over thirty - .I^H pounds in all . ? -JH As a result of half-takings of the £i Pictoria Pictures and the drawing 4 - ''£§ for pr zes 011 Friday night, £8 {waa * raised for the lied Cross movement. Jj Oak armchair. — This beautiful piece of furniture, donated by Mr. Walter - x: Hughes, of Glebe, Sydney, was the : v \'*j cause of ten pounds being raised for ^ the Belgian Fund. Mesdames iEaglei 1- and Higgins had the disposal of the v 1 tickets p and it was ^wing* to their '.*? energies that this amount has been V raised. ;- A dance social was well patronis- ''-j'. ed in the loc,al Military Hall last 'h Saturday, night. Several article! 1 were drawn for. Owin...

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 — 11 June 1915

We Must Repeat WHEN EVERYBODY TELLS THE SAME STORY. It is. hard to say new things a bout- Doan's Backache Kidney 'Tills.- They -cure tlie. lame and aching hack —the sufferer from kidney disor l.jrp, and the troubles of those whose iiri nary organism is -wrong 'in 'ts ac tion. That they do' this is so easy to prove thai not «C vefiftige of doubt remains. Public endorsement is easily proved. Read this'- — Mrs. H. Browti, Hale Street, Woo* noon,, says' — 'I suffered from kidney disorder for some atime, the symp toms being severe ^backache, irregu lar secretions, aching joints, and ? ^ dropsical swellings round my ankles. j The pains in my back were very try- J ing, and I was often so bad' that 1 j could hardly move -without suffering * terribly, while stooping was out of ? I the question. Doctors treated me and I I tried all sorts of kidneyremedies, but, my health did not improve. One day when I was feeling, very bad, ^ someone suggested that I should tak# Doan's Backache Kidney Pills,...

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

' ANTHONY HOBDERMS' FOR THE SILENT WHITE SEWING MACHINES. The WHITE embraces all that stands for efficiency in SEWING MACHINES. — — ' — THE WHITE PINCH TENSION is without a peer. It pinches the thread just enough to produce a smooth, elastic _ stitch. ?THE IVHITE TENSION INDICATOR shows, the state of the tension at all times. A tension can be changed or duplicated Sn an instant. THE WHITE TENSION RELEASER, operating with ft lifter bar, . in stantly removes all tension from the thread.' THE DUST CAPS on needle and presser bars prevent the ingress of dust; hence easier, smoother work . lug. THE WHITE DROP-HEAD. AUTO MATIC LIFT is the latest improve ment. in Sewing Machines, and Is a WHITE feature. T1IE WHITE VIBKATIN G SHUTTLE MACHINES are elegantly construct ed, and each machine has nickel-, plated head wheel, hanging centre . panel, ancl drawer* at each side, with beautiful swell frontfurnl ture, the tnost attractive style yet brought out. All WHITE Ma chines arc fitted with ball be...

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

The builder builded a house of 'JeH 'Twas as sound as Bound could be# 11 But the builder himself was out of repair, And a ragged cough coughed he. ' 'T ' 'Tis a wooden suit I'll be wearingf _ Boon,''' , ?- '???? M Said he, and1 his face was dour; ^ Sggj But he beat the old Bearer in jusC . two hours _ J s$| With Woods' Great Peppermint- '-J T. K. IRWIN ^ .ra VETERINARY * f-|| ^jjHT SURGEON, ,-|j CAMPBEIL-ST. , - W OliLONGON Q*- g|| If Yon Suffer with /^1|\ 1 Conglis, Golds, J Indigestion, Rbenmatism | Or othef distressing ailments, take the expert advice of one who has made ^ lifelong study of these complaintB. . In other words, 1 j»_, ^ Consult W. J. WISEMAN, ' The Cabbfto Chemist.' My stock of Drugs is high-grade, fresh, and comprehensive, and my knowledge of minor ailments enables me to ^ afford sufferers quick and lasting relief. ;? If your case seems a 'desperate on8 see me to-day, l ean adyis© you ? what is best. * ?'*' ' -V*'^ W. J. WISEMAN, m.p.s., ' ? ' ; -S' ' Th#Ca||fur X...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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RURAL TOPICS HORSE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 11 June 1915

RURAL TOPICS ~y -HOBiSE SHOW; The dates of tfrj Royal Horse Show- and Sales for this- year are as follows, — Show, July 31st; Sales, 'August 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th. : iilKTS ON HARNESS. ' - 'It is of some importance/' a correspondent writes, 'that horses should be qiuite comfortable in their {harness. We prefer brown leather, which is tanned without the addi ^ tion of artificial coloring, whereas black leather is produced by tire use of a dye into the composition of which iron enters largely, and which j£~' has a tendency to injure the surface £§^ -? '/.. of the leather. He had seen the surface - of sonic leather peel right .* . ' - off, owing to the dye having gope itoo deep, or to neglect on the part -.- of the tanner. With good leather and well made harness, care and atten tion will keep it in good order for \ V a long while. The harness should not be hung up by the straps, or ? left out inthe weather. There should 1 *' - be a proper place in -the stable to i keep it in -whe...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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WOMAN'S WORLD HOUSEHOLD MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 11 June 1915

WOMAN'S WORLD HOUSEHOLD MEMS. — ©— If applied immediately starch will often remove fruit stains. * * * * ? It has been found a good plan to ? soak la/nip wicks in vinegar, before using them. « * * * * Floors scrubbed with cold water, soap, and wood ashes always pre sent a good appearance. '??***** Don't forget that good fresh bones may be boiled twice over for soup. Save the dripping oil the soup, and clarify it. * * * * * All locks and hinges ,and castors on chairs arid Sofas, should be oiled once a year to prevent rusting and to make them w,ork easily. This is ! often forgotten at spring cleaning- i t time, the time when it should be j done. j * * * * * To prevent the juice of rhubarb or , any other fruit tart soaking right V , through the crustand spoiling its ap- j pearance, brush over tlie paste with. *; the white of an egg. ***** Vinegar and honey mixed in eQual ; parts is a great relief for a couglr, - and very pleasant to take. *'*«** y A simple t;ure for neuralgia is to lig...

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

Mr/ James Lindsay, DENTIST, ' ?cposite Itonnnmt, oyer Woods'. - . Mn&SforaU - v . ' mniw m wiMwm*. Wqhone44 I West End Dining Rooms Upper Grown Street, W ollongong [First-class Accommodation at Moderate Rates Meals at all hours. Afternoon Teas a Speciality Mrs. TAYLOR * Proprietress {Late '* Illawarra HouBe,' Market Square. f EDISON PHONOGRAPHS Home Entertainers, From £3JOs Thousands of Records . of Music, Song*, and Write for Free Catalogues. Crook's MUSIC STORE Kodak Supply Ajfency Telephone 149 DUCHESNE (Late SIMPSON) ? \ The NEWSAGENT, CROWN STREET, Wollongong (Opposite Commercial Bank) For the latest Newspapers, Magazines Periodicals StfltiOlierV of all descriptions to Buit ^ all individual tast cs BOOKS One of the finest collection of books outside Sydney. Best Authors, Neatly Bound, and Bnitable for Prizes and the Library Give DUCRESNE your order for Newspaper ? and they will be delivered early and regula^ Nurse Pallier 15 years* experience in Bulli- Woonona, WISHES t...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Second Sunday after Trinity. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 11 June 1915

Church Services. CHUBCBT OF ENGLAND. Second Sunday after Trinity. St. Michael's, Wollongong, 8 a.m., , Holy Comnmunioli, [Rev. C. A'. Stubb in; 11, Morning Prayer, iRiev, C. A. Stubbin; 2.30, Children's Service, Rev. C. A. Stubbin; 7.15, Evening ?prayer, Itev. J. Poole. Balgowniel 715 p.m., tl.C., Rev. C. A. Stubbin. Fairy Meadow, 11, H.C., Rfev. J. I'oole. Port Kembla 3 p.m., Kiev. ?T. Poole. Mount Kembla, 3, Mr. L. Parsons. Figtree, 7.15, Mr. Smith. MEl'HODIST CHUJRCH. Wollongong, 11, Theological Stu dent, 7.15, Rev. Frank Duesbury, Dapto, 2.30, Marshall Mount, 11, Itev. Frank Duesbury. Mount Keira, 2.45, Theological Student; 7, Mr. W, rieadley. Balgownie, 3, Mr. W. Win ley; 7, Mr. E. Gardiner. Bellambi, 3, 11 ey. A.' Fletcher. Corrimal, 11 and 7, Rev. A. Fletcher. TJnanderra 3, Mr. W. Uewis; Port Kembla, ,7, Mr. W. Lewis. Keiraville, 11, Mr. ,J. Tarn; 7, Theological Student. Bulli Circuit Bulli, H, Mr. Ff «J. Sejwood; 7.15 Student Cross. WoonOna, H, Stu- dent Cross; 7, Mr. IT. Wy...

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

THE . . WOLLONfiOMC HOTEL Aliraya ^acknowledged the PREMIER HOTEL of WOLLONGONG and SOUTH COAST. Accommodation strictly under the personal supervision of . Mrs CLA.EKE. Every Oomfort andOonvenienoe. Spacious promenade balcony, from which a capital viewnof the -surroundings .may 5 l)e obtained. Tariff : From 10/- per day. Commercial Travellersspekallycatered for Hot and Oo^d Water 'Baths. doseto Surf, CrolfLinks, Bowling Green Schweppe*sC!ordiiai8alw4y8^obtainable. GBOBGE CLARKE, ~ EeOFRIJBTOB. Cotiinioiiwealtljj^^giBank of BustraUa HEAD OFFIOE SYDNEY This Btnk i- open (or all cImmi ot GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS m I STAN WAY HOUSE, KINQ STREET, SYDNEY , Alio at Canberra, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth, Uobu-t. Brisbane, Rockiuuupton, Townvrille and London. wisde l.°« *nd d»fu drawn on foreign place* direct. Foreign bills narotlited and JS w?!'™ of crid» i?sued «g P»rt ot the world. Bill* nepotiMed or lorwarded (or ' Mlleciiori. hunkinp and Exchange Bjuineu of every description transacted w...

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Death of John Bunny [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 11 June 1915

Death o) John Bunny ; According to a cable received in ' ' * Cjondon from Xew York, on May 2, /. Jyj the death has occurred there of Mr. John Bunny, the world-famous cine* . ma comedian. He made t|he whole ' - ,-;?f world wring with laughter by hi® facial expressions, and drew an en ormous salary from the Vitagranh ''3 Co. because of the fame of his face.* , l M!r. Bunny was born in New York, ' City in September, 1863, but his father, (Jeorge Bunny, and several . generations of his ancestors, hailed'' - , ' M:- from Cornwall (Penzance) , Educat- . ed at the St. James' High School, ' ; .JJs in Brooklyn, his first professional : ^ work at the age of twenty, was aa *'end' man in an obscure minstrel company. When the cinema boom eante. Bunny .was caught up in tho whirl, and rapidly became famous. t; But before this he' played parts in ^ - : comic operas, Shakespeare yand more ' often in vaudeville. He offered his services to the Vitagraph1 Co. in 1910, and was engaged at a salary, M ef ...

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

NEWCASTLE NOTES A trial of tbe explosive JPeBtonita at Hebburn mine, gave good results on stone, but unsatisfactory in the coal. The lodge, upon the advice ol District President* have accepted an advance in hewing rates equal to; 5dj per ton in the new tunnel to get j the coal by /'scalloping.' j Mr. C. W. Holmes, of West Mait- J land, makes most unusual offer to people in search * of cottage residen ces. lie has a lot of cottages at, Heddon -Greta which ho is prepared eo let from 3/6 per week to people who will take care «f them. T^e ' colliery at Heddon, as most people know, has been closed for some few. years, and the people who lived up ! there were compelled to move furth- j er over to Kurri (where -work -Was j secured) . The consequence was that a large number of empty cottages, some of which have been more1 or less' damaged . by wanderers and others. To people who can live ; there the offer is a good one.-'-' 'The Kurri Ivurri Times.' In the Kurri Kurri Court, laBt | week, Wi...

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

MIL E. A. BEEBY (of Beeby & Co. 264 Pitt Street, Sydney, Solicitors) until further notice will attend at Wollongong (Starr Rowkett Office) from 3 p m. to 8 p m. (Pay . Saturday evenings). Speoial appointments may be made by letter to City Office, 264 Pitt Street near Criterion. Theatre, Sydney for attendance at Bulli and Wollongong. Always T ry , VEREKER The Cheap Butcher, In the NEW 8HOP, Corner Grown and Railway Streets, Wollongong The Business is run upon Metropolitan Lines— Prices up and down according to the market ' Finest Quality Meat— Country Killed* Customers are assured of attention to their requirements. All Orders Promptly Executed. Carts deliver in all parts of the Town. fjAMES VEREKER, Proprietor - ' 'Phone 210. ! When ordering Kerosene ? . always s ? a sk for 'Laurel' lIllillllllBllMllilllllllllllllllllBllMlllllllllllllllBllii^lllllia . There are now several different brands of kerosene \ I B . in Australia, but there is only one that can be used M .. ^vith en...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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PATRIOTIC FROM THE FIRING LINE. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 11 June 1915

PATRIOTIC FROM TUB FIRING LINE. Mr. G. Oyston has received a let ter from Private Will Oyston, re cently wounded. It is dated frbm ' !Luna Park, Hospital, from, which the following Is taken. : — 'We started landing on the 25th -it fouy p.m. The Turks were right by the water's edge, and we were landing in lifeboats pulled by motor boats from the battleship as far as they could, and then iwe had to row the rest of the way. Forts were on both sides of us and artillery in the front with machine guns and rifles, and they had barbed wire in the wja ter* as well as on land; so you see St was not easy for us, as they kept the fire up all the time, shrap nel bursting all round us, and iwe were packed like sardines in a boat,' . i and could not move an inch. An ?eoon as we got out, needless to «ay, we made for cover. There were cliffs in front of .us pretty high, and , all covered with, shrubs, where there wiaa any soil. When the first lot landed they fixed bayonets and charged ,the TPilrks, ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RIFLE SHOOTING. WOLLONGONG CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 11 June 1915

iRiFUE I'- ? WOLlk-^i(!ofe CLTJB. . 'Ai teamis match between Wollon (go ng Liter- | ,avy Institute,. w^as shot -on the j local range on Monday, June 7th. 14 shots in two stages at 600yds. ! Follow!^ &feu the Scor^/i j iRandwick. — W. Cutler, 34, 33 — 67. F Greer, 31, 35— 66. H. Motton, 32, 32— 64.1^S- %iffi^h§; $% 31--63. F. Harrison, 32j' .3dr-|62. F. Finlay, 28, 5 ?^^^^ ISjnales 32, . 2 8^-60. J. Be yeridgp# 3.1 , . 29—60 . J. Black, 28, 31 —5p. F. Longhead, 31, 28 — 59^^—621. Wollongorig.— 0. . McCloy, 30, 33-— Bourke 32, 30—62, J. Pemiberfcton, 29/ 83— 62.; iA. 6. Parsons, 31, 31^ ^ai^ons^ 28ii; 32^0, ijPi 'Horue, 30, 20—59. J. Innes, 30, 28— '58. H. Uaafe, 20, 31-57.-606. The annual meeting v?ill he Jwia on Wednesday, »Inne 23rd.

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

ESTABLISHED 1879. - j F. ARNOLD, Monumental Sculptor, 53 Regent Street, ?% ?' * i Country Work a Speciality. Osborne & Son, IHfDERTAKERS, ' WOLLONGONG, . IiOOAL AGENTS. - j.Djssioss Fbkb pj*, Appucatjox. .

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

|7 RUGBY liEAtaUE. Thfe following team will Tepresent Unandterra Seconds ' -against Vort Kembla at' Hansen's G-roiind, ®^ur daj, at 3.30 p.m.— Full-back, E. 'Dihgle; ®alves- L. Malady and Tf. Mahney; three-quattere, F. Mahney, Bi. Franfelin, A.. tChin®io6kf B. wpar rington forwards, ffliforris, Ir win, J'; O'Brien, P. Rodgers, C. Chi, Jtt. Lawless; r^s^ryes,. T« Dvcksbury, 'T. Coore, and W. Brewer. M

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Messrs A. and M. Frost and Families Farewelled. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 11 June 1915

Messrs A. and M. Frost and Families Farewelled. There was a numerous assembly in the K«5inbla Heights Hall last Fri day evening, the purpose of which was a presentation .to Messrs. 'Aid- i am and Mathew Frost and their families as a souvenir of their long residence. The company included a number of Wollongong pitizens. The toast of the -King .having been j duly honored, the chairman propos ed that of 'Our Guests,:' Mr. and Mrs. Adam a^nd Mr. and Mrs. M. Frost and families. He did not think there was anyone present who ! knew more about their guests than i he did; he remembered the day: when the late Mr. A. Frost camie to Kembla a quarter of a century ago. Adam and Mat. wre then lads, and popular, too. Since then they had taken a prominent part in the working of the Kembla Colliery and during that time they had been re spected by everybody. The late 'Adam FrOst started at. South- ] Kembla by sinking a shaft 26 years ago. He (the speaker)' was most ac quainted with Mat., because he wa...

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Sydney Harbor Collieries [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 11 June 1915

Sydney Harbor Collieries In the Industrial Court on Thurs day, the Sydney Harbour Collieries, Ltd., represented by Mr. Schrader i (Sly and Russell), asked for leave I to appeal against the award of the j Coalmining Group South (No. 3 ; Board) of May 12th last. The company objected to a clause ' prescribing eight hours b&nk to bank for minitig and other underground Wiork. It 'contended that, theirs be ing a shaft mine, the men had ' to be sent down in relays.. While 'they were being hauled up and down n!o coai could be wiound up, as was the case with a tunnel mine. His Honor -granted leave to ap peal.

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A Critic of the Dorrigo [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 11 June 1915

A Critic of the Dorrigo The following is extracted from a descriptive article in the 'Alston- ville Record' . Dorrigo disillusionment has come and just now what we have to fear is the flight of settlers who had secured selections, 1 or their failing f|- to make good tho conditions of their |r selection or lease. I do not wish to ? be an alarmist, but, in my hurried |V run through, I have seen selectors ? ; who are' trying to eke out an ex li istence, and singing bravely, 'There : is a good time coining boys; wait a little longer,..' or else to supplement | «n a variety of ways the too scanty return from years of labor in clear- ' J; -ng Virgin scrub. One man was do ll ing this by working on the roads ; f another by hiring Mmself and his 1 ' bullock team; another his fine team p ; ; * 41 f horses; while yet another was |v ; keeping a store, and another a post office; others were selling timber off their hoop pine belts to the mills, J, or renting their paddocks to the - mill bullock ...

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 Coughs and Colds, never fails. Woods' Great peppermint Cure, 1/6. Good News for Grey Folk You start uring Surcnanol, tbtnew Eng lish remedy for grey hair, and watch — jutt watch. You will gee the old pretty utural colour creep back to erery grey thread. Day by day thfe grejraes* gets less and lesi until, in a few thort weeks there is not a trace of greyness to be seen, and yoar hair, right from root to tip, is once again the -glorious rich colour that you thought had gone for ever. You use Suripanol, and soon you'll say 'Good-bye* ugly grey hair —good-bye, old hair dye.' It is not a dye or stain, and is clean, good, harmless, and pure, and 'does not stain the hair or scalp. Price, 5/- (post age, 4d. extra) from THe Edgeworth Laboratories, Hoffnung's Chambers, IBS Pitt Street, Sydney, N.S.W. When writing describe yonr fotir troubles fully. . Why use hair dyes when you can permanently remedy your greyneis . with Surinanolf . Johnson's Embrocation rTHE GRE AT - ?' ?' ' '? Cures Bac...

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