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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 15 January 1915

I® v t 3rd Subdivision KS^-''^^/w®ber ?'? b' I 1 AS been instructed to sell this superb' ????? jQ. 4 Subdivision on THE GROUND, at mfi .v. 2 EM/ ? ? \ I . To-Morrow Saturday, Jan. J 6, 1915, |?5v= Situated midway between Balgowjiie and -r ' Oorrimal Railway Stations, and on the Main South Coast Road The position is meat convenient for anyone desiring a good healthy ' attractive home site. It is only 15 minutes ' to Mountain Foot and Ocean Beacb, close to fe? the famous Towrodji Park, with its Surf /? Bathing and Fishing Grounds. This iB f positively the last chance to fecure a block i . ' 1 on tiiis Estate, as the 1st and 2nd Subdivi §- ' ' sions were snapped up at once, aud have W^- been largely built upon . EABYTEUM8 TO SUJT BUYERS I*'- *. % Lithos on application to the Auctioneer, -' -1 W. L.WEBER, Corrimal. Phone 185 Wollongong. SUBDIVISION SALE. I PRELIMINARY NOTICE. I /~\F the 3rd Subdivision of the NORTH U BULLI COAL & IRON MINING OOY. LTD.'S LANDS, Coledale, on the I...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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BULLI AND WOONONA [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 15 January 1915

BULLI AND WOONONA . SB [ Bulli mine has ten ^days for^ th'is : K* jjB pay, and has worked every day this ;l| week. During the past fortnight J|| about eighty yards . of the widening ||| of the return airway has been done,! 'jB ?and an improvement in the : ventila- |jfi tion is noticeiable. The tender of Wi'- jjm l ams, Thirroul, has been accepted ||jj for re-building the- lower portion of J| the manager's residence. Jj In the Court on Thursday, Law rence Oliver and Martin Rose, who ^ had been fighting, were each fined - ten shillings or four days. The foil- ? owing fines were imposed for drunk- j enness— Frederick Critcher, 10s. or » | forty-eight hours; Henry Morgan, ten ® shillings, 6s costs; Edward Lambert Charles Oshlin, jAlfred Dunn, Jos eph Barlogio, 2s 6d, !Qs costs or 4§ ^ hours each, Oscar West, 2s 6d or 24. . -| hours; Robert Abrahams, , ditto.— Henry Gildea, indecent behaviour, '5s ^ | or forty-eight hours. Frederick Crit- ' '-.a cher, assaulting the police, £3. — 3 Arthu...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 15 January 1915

Department of Taxation, I ' George Street North Sydney, 23rd December, 1914, INCOME TAX. 'Income Tax (Management) Act, 1912,' and 'Income Tax Management (Amend ment) Act, 1914.' 1VT OTTCE7 is hereby given, under 'V section 20 of the 'Income Tax (Management) Act, 1912;' that Re turns of Income received during the; year 1914, for the purposes of the assessment of Incotae Tax, are re quired to be furnished to the Com missioners of Taxation, 'at their office, George Strfeet North, 'Sydney, on or before the tenth (10th) day * of February, 1915, and all persons who are in receipt of income, and all persons liable under the provi sions of the above Acts in any re presentative capacity to furnish re turns for the purposes aforesaid an* hereby informed that the prescribed Forms of Returns are now available and (except tjiose for Companies), may be obtained on application at any Post Office, Police Office, Cus House, Railway Station, and the office of any Clerk 0f Petty Sessions, in New! Sout...

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BULLI SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 15 January 1915

BULLI SHIRE COUNCIL. The first fortnightly meeting for the New Year of the Bulli Shire Council was held on Monday. Pre- sent, Councillors J. Davidson (Pre- sident), Coulson, Robinson, Harper Kirton, Cotterell, Wallace, Wynn and Tresidder. The President wished the Council ors and officers a prosperous New Year. Correspondence. From secretary lllawarra Centen- ary Celebrations, intimating that a special grant ot £250 was available from the Government.— Received. Jas. Barnett, Helensburgh, in re- ply, stating that he had ground nei- ther to sell or give to Council for drainage purposes. He also said the stormwater must be stopped from running through his property, solicitor's hands. The engineer ex- plained that the pipes had proved or the matter would be placed in a too small, and larger ones were be- ing put in. Dr. C. R. Palmer, wrote complain ing of the nuisance caused by un- attended horses being driven along the streets at a gallop, instead of being led, according to the regula- ...

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North Illawarra Council [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 15 January 1915

North Illawarra Cooncil - North Rlawarra Council BBBBBBB, The ordinary, meeting was held on Wednesday evening1; present, Alder men Porter (Mayor), BroaSbent, X-. McDonald, Davidson,. F. McDonald, Payrib, Hay man. ' Correspondence. From the Registrar JGeneral inq uiring if Council hgd any objection to Kir ton 's subdivision, , Bellambi-—- . To reply/ none. ; ^ ^ .. From Department of .(Public Works, forwarding copies of the amending L.-J. Bill. -;.?,-???: I 'J . From p. E.' Buck, -flompjahiing of annoyance to^ fey per- 1 sons shootitiig ' flying foxes on Paynes i Parade.— Clerk to write pplice, .and ^ also forward the letter. ! From A. - , TT. PhillipiSi complaining of stray 'istoifc' ? i'Twra J wanna. — Referred to the Sanitary Committee- to 'be 1 dealt with. - 4 Flrom C. Massey, application for. a fish hawl^ing ' license.— Referred to in spector for- report. From W.^ li. ^Weber, re Thome's subdivision, intimating: that &he Jor.» mation of'jstreets, had heen cotoplett eSa'^R...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 15 January 1915

In Memoi 1 Notices KENNEDY-Jn « ;oMte remembrance of our dear frfi Un John Kennedy, who died Jann 4ft, 1914, at 'Fan- ( ders,' Market! ^dlongong. Insetted by the fi - rfthe late George Osborne. ' ? Dearlj -L' KENNEDr— In lo 'wmwrof our es teemed friend, John Kemedy, who departed this li Market St., Wollon gong, on Jan. 914. 'Deeplj retted.' ' Inserted by Mr 4 -s George Fife DOBING— In lovil ^ory of my dear grandmother, died at Bellambi, January 15th, M. Aged 7C yeai's A faithful gr&ndm* i go trae and kind. No friend like he arth we find A year has passed j [one can tell She is missed by all Inserted by hei anddaughtar, Mary Green DOBING— In sad loving memory of my dear fath d mother. Do not ask in miss them, There is such ;ant place, Can I ne'er i their footsteps And their dei lilar faces. Time has pas utstill I miss them, ( Words would ny love to tell, But in heavei ipe to meet them, Jesus doethf ngswell' Inserted by thej ing daughter Annie DOBING— In evi ing memory of my d...

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THE STORYTELLER A Queen of Hearts CHAPTER XII. OFF TO THE RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 15 January 1915

THE STWELIER AQueenoIHearts BY I EVELYN EVBRiETT GREEN, CHAPTER XII,. OFF TO TH3L RIVER. AnnaJbel was hugely excited when Queenie came for one of 'her sittings. 'It's all your doing. I am so de lighted I* don't know how to con tain myself. It was you who tola —r ljtSthbridge about father, wasn't it 'Well, I told him about my por trait, and who was doing it, if that is what you mean. But what in the world has that got to do with Hen ley next week?' 'Ah, I am coming to that ! Mr., Lethbridge has asked ub to his cjjw avaJn. And father is to do him a se ries of impressionist sketches of the river and the house boats and. the' racing. Such good terms, too 1 He uiust be very rich. And now I shall see your house boat and we shall get out of London and (have a charm ing time. And just think' of the de lights of living in a caravan!' 'It sound charming. Hut what do you mean yuite.' 'Hasn't he told you himself ?' 'No; we told him we had taken a house boat and had arranged for it in a certain ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Diary of Walking Tour. MOSS VALE TO STANWELL PAR[?]AAD OTFORD. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 22 January 1915

Diary .of Walking Tour, MOSS VALE TO SmNWEDL BAIUK; AAD OTFOHiD. fjflwenty-fourth December.— Arriveo. at Moss .Yale from- Sydney abooi, ttnid-day. Alter lunch started out tor Yarrunga. Beached there in time t» visit l^itzroy : Falls before rain sex, in. Keraained at accommodation house (Mrs. Cunninghaui's)\ Distant** for day ten miles. . ? - Iiwenty-fifthj December .—The rain cleared off. Ideal morning for walk ing. Left Yarrunga after breakfast, and arrived at Kangaroo Valley a~ boiit noon. Stayed at jPionfeer Hotel. Distance for day twelve miles. , GRwenty-sixth December.r-Started at a quarter to five a.m. for Berry, V via Oambewarra (sixteen miles). Rain in the night; had made roads ' had m patches, especially the BeJJ aworingarah road near the bridge ' overlooking the Shoalhaven and tho coastal district. {Raining intermitt ently. Reached Berry an time foi breakfast shortly after nine o'clock, and then went on to Gerringong, arriving there for, lunch. Although weather looked thre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 22 January 1915

H Serious Chances ; - Are taken in neglecting iany form of ^ Skin Trouble. £% -;;7;-';: iAny person takes serious chances BjJ w?hp' .neglects any sign, of skin dis ;||*K*^ £aBe— for skin troubles have a.' tea? IjfSj.^ ?:'?''. dency to 'spread, 'and there its also §|^;c .V the danger of becoming chronic, be iJ#,V sides being very difficult . to cure. |LSf3 ?;' .../ '?he sp feist remedy, is Doan's Oint -$££r- ?'??'-'.'? meht? In vising It there is no deten ftf^T'Civ .'/'? ''?'.-. tion'irdm daily occupation, arid the HfiE^Ci ??'?.? many cures made by it have made stfi :'i v.p; ??';'/? it famous &U over the worlds ip5 i ' / Mrs. S. A., Hart, Auburn Street, ~§$;: ~--%^-; ; , WbUbngbng, writes the following un P|v ^ ? solicited letter : 'I have sufiered for Sl^i twelve yekrs' with epzemp, oh. the face IHSft ; and have tried l snany remedies which |«£.'^ ? ? - ?; i-ad no effect* 'One day I was' read-' %fi:- -.?-.;' ing cine of Doan's pamphlets which JJfS; ^ are distributed, and I r...

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NEWCASTLE NOTES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 22 January 1915

r — ' NEWCASTLE NOTES At a meeting at L«ambton, the fol lowing motion by Mr. T. Pease was moved. — 'That1 we, the consumers, refrain from drinking until the price of e pint is reduced to threepence. Mr. J allies Williams seconded . the re solution, which was carried unani mously amid loud applause. A fire occurred at Kill ngworth in the early hours of Monday mornwitj lost week resulting in the total de struction of the premises owned, by Mrs. Jane, Hannah Thomas, wMch were used as a store, post oflB.ce and dwelling. The outbreak was first no ticed at ten minutes to one o'clock by Mr. Frank Thomas, in the bact». portion of the premises, near the kitchen. He' then went and awoke his father, who was sleeping in the front portion of the building, and the members -of the family had only just time to get away from the place when it was in flames. At the Kurri Kurri Police Court, ?on Saturday, before Messrs. Bick more and ?Gillon, Js.P., a young man named .flames Morgan was fte fore the Co...

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A Spurious Sovereign [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 22 January 1915

A Spurious Sovereign ° ' i , In the Wollongong Court on Toes- r day Richard Dennis, a young man, and Frederick Barlow (about thirty five) were charged with Having on. Friday night uttered a spurious sov- f ereigp to W. Xi. Hoiwiarth. Sergeaut Noble deposed to j having met the * accused in the street with .Constable liarkjn, and proceeded withi them to ' Ho.warth's refreshment room. W. L. Howarth there produced a coin like a sovereign which, he stated, the accused had offered in the shop; he called up his daughter, who corro borated; witness asked Dennis, where he worJved, and he replied tat Scar borough; then asked ' him what he was doing in WoTlongoug; he re plied he came to try and get Bar low a job with Scrivener. Gladys Howarth deposed that the accused had J come into the refreshment room on Friday about ten p.m. Barlow ordered two pies, and when ihey were served Dennis tendered a coin like a sovereign. ' Witness tried it on the marble table and said that it seemed not a ' good'...

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Albion Park Show. RECORD DISPLAY OF CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 22 January 1915

^l^pPW* Shfl^ HECOR© DtSitBUA-Y OiP OATOTtLB. The tW«nty-seventh annual exhibi tion under the auspices of the Albi On Park A.H. and I. Association, ? was opened on Wednesday last. The attendance for a first day, was far in /advance ©fv previous years, much to the surprise and gratiiication of the committee, as the Society, being- deprived 6t tha subsidy, needs all thn public help'it «an get. The show) of cattle was— in tha opinion of cattle men from all parts or the State— on© of the best it would be possible to see in any show ring, and the judges had no 'easy task set them' in allotting the awards in the various sections. Lindsay Bros., of Unanderra, carried Qtl the honors for the 'Grand Cham pion Bull .with a fine type of Ayr shire, while H. Dudgeon, with * a, dark roan, took the coveted' ribbon I for champion cow. In the Illawarra ; section Graham Bros, were 'awardfei , the championship honors. ' ] Horses, especially young stock, j were strongly represented: rA'. W. ' /Gray, wit...

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Nowra to Canberra. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 22 January 1915

Howra to Canberra. ???,?-? ?-?-- ? , ? 1 Our party of three set out on ilox 4n^ Bay, driving a pair of ponies in a light buggy, ouT objective 'bema; Canberra. An idea of the populari ty of the South Coast as a inotor touWst resort can be g lined by see ing the number of cars on'the roan f-'t at holiday time, no less than a dox , e1} bein£ ^net before we reached mo |: 3Pitzroy Falls, besides numberless cy |V . cles and motor cycles. Fitzroy Fails I*- are ^vo»*th seeing, and wtere visited ;¥: ^ hundreds at Xtoas. time. Moss ^ / ^ ale is up-to-date in regard to their 5 lighting arrangements, electric light v;. being supplied to the houses and the ?'£% 8treet lamps, etc.; the electricity is J / generated by a steam endue, 'but !« the Ciouncil have in view a water ffi; power scheme; the present plant is K: close to the water supply dam, ana pS the idea is to utilise the overflow 4;: *° worki a water wheel. The road through Marulan to Coulbum it. ;'v ideal for travelling. Ma.rulan is a. :...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 22 January 1915

LADIES! BE GOOD TO t°t[R HUSBANDS WIFE . j Come and participate in the harvest of real Bargains we are happy to be * % able to let you reap. ;; \ J ^^ _____ /SUNNY\ ^??B*©©B©©giipw|j^^. [ summ er) : ':?: ?;;.,.:' :...r- ''. ? . ;? \ SALE ^/ Millinery Department gyp^t . b a 8 a ww^f) Ladies' Ttimmed Millinery .... 12 6 now 8.11 jj|f| „ „ „ ... 21 0 ,,14 11 O^^u »» ' ' .,.*32 6. ,,21 0 Hg Ladies' Ready-to-wear Hats ... '4 6 „ 2 11 WJf ,i n ». ..? 7 11 „ 4 11 WJJ Pan-Dan Hats ... ... 2 11 „ 111 W. J Ladies' Colored CJntrimroed Hats ffff , 3s lid to 5 11 f, 1 11 t j r | Black Untrioamed Shapes ... 5 11 „ 1 11 j'l Girls' Muslin and Net Hats ...15 6 „ 8 11 Ji[ Children's Ready-to-wear Hats ... 3 6 „ 111 ? Infants' Muslin Bonnets ... 2 11 „ 16 i . - ? ^ ? . ? ? ~ ? i Underclothing I ? ? ' ' ? ? '1 White Embroidered Underskirts, richly trimmed- rjf 'jf. 15s 6d, now 8a lid W m White Embroidered Underskirts trimmed Torchon ^ } f Lacp, now Is 6d &£ |f .-.-'? | i | ? ? ' . ' f d s d If ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 22 January 1915

Tone and Tonics The word tone, as applied to the .human system, implies that the var .nous organs of the body are oer forming their functions naturally and well. When any of the functions are impaired they are said to r« 'out of. tone.'' Tonics are^ those mV dicraes which restore tone! There are various tonics to act on parti cular organs, put undoubtedly the tavorite tonic of medical men, tun one suitable for the greatest numb er of cases Is one which acts upm the blood. -The blood reaches .evwv part of the body and when it' i& built up the whole system. fjUi^kly benefits. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills area'nor alcoholic tonic that build up the blood, making it rich and red ind able to supply to the tissues of th«i body the nourishment they .need to Jseep them, in health. , Most general debility results from, thin blood. Every part of the body suffers and you feel badly all ovexv 'When the blood' is restored, and a health-giving stream is going to ev ery part -of the body you so...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 22 January 1915

A Messkge of Economy. » ? Look at the Lots that are detailed and realise the Money-saving Opportunities v OUR SUNNY ' SUMMER SALE presents ? \ ' ?': ' . . ? - ? WALTER LANCE & CITS SUNNY j UMMER ALE. NOW PROCEEDING. At which everything of passing fashion, every remnant, every odd lot and broken assortment, everything not perfectly new, I must be cleared out immediately, no matter j what the sacrifice. We are offering our 1 entire stock at prices whose lowness is certain to make you marvel. A Sale that will make all other Sales look Insignificant. I t Manchester Depfc |f 8 d S d |# * . Black and Green Fl»ette Tabling 1 0£ now 0 8| Is ' Unbleached Damask 5«n. wide 1 0| now 0 10£ B r » - „ ' 1 4* . 1 » |fe White Damask 54in. wide ... 1 1 J „ 0 lty £ ' - * ?' .- 1 3 „ Id' m „ ... in ,,i n fe - WtftotMll Sheeting 54in. wd. 1 0| „ 0 10J |J\* „ -«0in. * 1 8 „ 1 4| $£ « ' , Unbleached Sheeting Min, „ 1 2| w 1 0| $t*y _ » ^ SOin.,, 1 8J „ 1 41 Bj/^ ^tt. Honeycomb Quilts, single 3 11 ...

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Farming and Mining Inventions [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 22 January 1915

Farming and Mining Inventions Messrs. Griffith and Hassel, Pa tent Attorneys, of 77 Castlerea^h Street, Sydney, report that the fol lowing applications for patents con nected with farming and mining in dustries have been lodged at the Commonwealth flPlatent OBPice, Hejl., bourne — N1. P. Wj^lmann, an Improved 1m1 plement or machine for weeding su gar cane and other fields, adaptable i also as a cane planter. Filed fourth January. ' t ' I P. Boll, improved carcase^ flaying tooJ; filed fifth January. S. S. Mpbt, 'an ^na-proved grass mower; filed fifjtJi January. J, W, F-eU, an improvement in the distillation k-f shale, or teoalfor *he production of' oil ov illuminat-, ing gas; filed fifth, January. *£. Williams, an » improved feaijmial trap; filed sixth, January. W. I-est!ie ^improvemohtp in potato diggers and' the likej *led S^cJJi J«n.i Ci ^ofeUer» Combined ,«ar-nark and tally p^ier; filed fourth, January* , -?, A. 'Anderson, imnro^fi means Jnfe tSS^Spfera^ionfm^^™^^-'

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Star of the South, G.U.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 22 January 1915

Star of the Sootb, G.O.O,F. % j The anmaal installation of officers ^ * was carried out by this Lodge in 1 Towle*s Rooms, Wollongong, o& Bat- T ?* urday evening; Bro. F» Young, the \* ''? head of the Order xn iBe district, * ''!' pertormed (the cerctoony. Xnstaila- 4t . tions being 'as follows: — } ' Xoble Grand, -Aj. F. Dobbiq; %'ic»- - 1 Grand, George Pritchard; secretary, C. T- Parsons; treasurer, Wm. Dob inson; elective secretary, J. P- Bicb ardson; supporters, NXJ., H. Freder icks and W. J. Patton; supporters, V.G., Burrows and Simpson; warden, A. Stevenson; outside guardian, V. Carroll; inside guardian, R. Osborne; sick visitors,^ H- Fredericks, W. J Patton, OM Stevenson. Alter this ceremony, there were presentations pi handsome emblems o* the Order to P-Gs. Bro. George ^ Pavne. iunr. and Bro. B- H. Burr- ^ otra. Mr. George Payne received on behalf of his son, who is doing \ duty, tor the Empire. There was an J- after part of refreshments and - *% toasts, the speakers ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 22 January 1915

Grey Hair The world bad watted for many, : many weary year? for a re v ;' medy ;ior grey hair. At last .,, , it has been discovered. It'is 'r:' . ? .? , a wonderful compound called Surnianol, and how amazing it '? is. In a few short weeks Surmanol will remedy the .,.;... ? grayest, whitest bair, .and .. bring every thread, right from rotft to tip, back to Its old . - . pretty original black, brown, ? . light brown, golden; red . or . ? other colour. You then leave off usinp Surmanol ? for ever, because po long as Jife, lasts , that greyneas cm never return It is not1 a dye or stain. You use Surnwnol, and soon you'll sav 'Good-bse, uglv grey hair _ ? — good-bye,1 -old tair dye.' Price, K/. (postage, 4d. extra), from The Kdgcworth labora tories, Hdffnung'6 Chambers, 183 Pitt Street, Sydney. 1 N.8ff. When writing de ? -? scribe hair troubles fully. 'j*^.|| When buying I MP4 ^^T^y V *V fuI1-r guaranteed. I YOUR s^sWOWs^sMM^^^Bl. * I Piano I buy with discretion— it meant so mticH to you....

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BULLI AND WOONONA P.L.L. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 22 January 1915

BULL! AND WOONONA 1.LL , Trhe usual monthly meeting of the Bulli-Woonona Branch of the PoliU cai I^abor fjeague was held on Fri day, January 8U1, in the ante-room t»f the Friendly Societies' Ball, at eight p.m. There was a. fair attend ance. The secretary was instructed to rep*y to the following correspon dence: — West MaiUand Branch, solicits the support of this Branch in opposing the passage of a Bill about to \te introduced into the State Parlia ment sanctioning the construction of a railway from Cessnock lo Killing worth by the Caledonian Collieries, tLtd., on the grounds that private ownership of railways is contrary to J the poMcy of the party, and detri j mental to the interests of ** *« j — Tbe member for tie district t© be written to, requesting him *to op pose the measure when introduce in Parliament. ? From Belmore ^Branch appealing to Jfindred leagues to assist in demand ing ec special confenence to deal with the vexatious question of a* bo gus league which had been oper...

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