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

SCARBOROUGH ; The South Clifton Colliery was ; idle during the early j-art '.of the week as a result of a disagreement with regard to the starting tima. A tiotice had been posted by the man agement that it was desirable that the men should have their , lamps and be inside the pit ready for a ( start at ten minutes to seven eacfi ?working day. The men considered I this to be in the nature of maki»g I a new rule and resented it. It was I ' thought probable that a satisfactory I understanding would be arrived at I thfe week-enH. I The anniversary serv ces in connec tion Tcith' the local Presbyterian Sunday School will take Place on Sunday next. Mr. R. Vardy (super intendent), assisted by Mr. Stephen son and the lady teachers have bwn preparing the children for some ?weeks past, and there is every reason to I believe that the fixture will oe well I worth a visit from the aduit popu I lation. Rev. H. Jackson will preach a -at eleven a.m. three and 7.30 p.m. I ?Text pay Friday there is to...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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CURRENT JOTTINGS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 22 January 1915

CURRENT J0TTIN6S * — ?*. That proclalmation Issued to the Belgian people notifying them to sa^te iGennan rankers and removn their hats in the presence of offic srs g-ives a vivjd impression of the enthronement of Militarism, in tho German ideal. Germany's god just now is certain ly the god Mars. Ail hats off to him ! It is difficult to get over ones astonishment at this prostra tion of a people such as the Ger mans seemed to be before this idoL. It only proves that Qermecaa are not what they seemed to be The Methodist Evangelistic Com mittee are asking1 the racing club' for permission to hold services at race meets, between the races. To -ask such per)mission. ;is, I would suppose, merely an act of courtesy there being no legal embargo on re ligious .services on a racecourse. Having paid their way in, the evan, gelist's are, I would say, entitled to set up their service in opposition to the calling of tlie . odds, as long as* they don't get in anybody's lair way. The race intervals ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 22 January 1915

F. A. SWAN f I Carrier and 1 Contractor. \ ~— — - * *-t Furniture Carefully Removed. | Sulkies and Coaches for Hire. J Kcnic Parties driven to any part k j of the district at reasonable rates '4 Address: 'j COEEOtAL STEEET, | TfeLNoGO WoBongong^ - : ,|j ??-????. ? uj When you come to Sydney ' :?.;.,, -. ' .; ' '-??-. , . ? Or wben I go to Woonona a - \ i .- ' ~~ ; Visits«Wocmona every Pay Saturday only at the Princess THeatre. . £-? .-?.--»-??- ^ . : ,i -'?--? * ? * ? You then have the opportunity of securing the most skilled Dental Service, JJL Spencer Nolan's skill as an expert Dentist is the outcome of many years of snceessfal * S'w practice, and is known from one end of Attstaralia to iiie other ' J^M There isn't a more modern painless method than, that which pertains at -Spencer Nolan's '? Jj| . ???-??? ?'?''' . ???' _ ~^^- There isn't a more satisfactory Set of Teeth than Spencer Nolan's Patent Suction Set , ~Pwt- ? . -.' '- '-?'?-..'? ~. ''':.V--' ]--?'. i '? :- -\ : '?''* ?^...

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NORTH COAST NEWS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 22 January 1915

NORTH COAST NEWS . ^here is a good demand for pine, and nine shillings per hundred fee* is still being given at Coff's Harbor Jetty., -jj ..;.'??.?,.??? The following _ applications for Crown Lands were lodged at Casino Lands Office up to Saturday last ? -T. W. Mdcock, a.l. one thousand twc hundred and eighty acres, parishes: Mongogarie and Busby, county; Rich raond; J. W; Farrow, a 1.1. seventy a.cres, same parishes and county; G. H.-M. Kee, a.c.p. four hundred a., conversion of part c.l., parish Wy andah, county Richmond. (Last week a branch of the Kyogta Co-op. Butter Factory, was opened at Bean Tree. The larp-e hotel which is being er ecte/i at Broadwater to the order of Mr. Garretfc is nearing completion We understand that local 'bank ng returns indicate! that business m the/ Macleay district is feeling no 11 effects from the war, but, on the contrary at present seems to be inv proving-.— 'Chronicle. ' .?A! sub-division of the TomJfi Es tate, -Casino.,; including the home, stea...

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

To Avoid Sick Headaches To Avoid Sick Headaches BBBBBB, Many people suiter at regular a tervals from sick headache. General ly they can. tell hours in advance when aa attack is coming on. The trouble is caused by accumolatlon'of poison in the digestive organs, and when a certain point is reached this poison produced nausea, and the at tack follows. If suffaers would take a dose of Pinkettes, the new laxative, at in tervals, these distressing attacks may be avoided. Pinkettes, are »ain ty little, sucar-doated 'ovals that arouse no feeling of repulsion, and { they act so gently that they ?re the ideal laxative to use in correct ing a tendency to sick head^^he. They have no -unpleasant effect to make them objectionable to the ex tra sensative sick-headache patient. Old-fashioned harsh purgatives -will not do* at all in such cases. If you would like to try them send for a free sample to the Dr. Williams Me dicine Co., Sydney, mentioriins- that .you read of them in the ' South Coast Tiro...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 22 January 1915

Skin Beauty That famous freckle and tan remedy Thermol is now nr.uie in double . strength form. It is thus four times better — quicker — easier than ordinary Thermol, and you know how good . that was. Yet the, price is the same — 3/9. You use it, and just watch the- old skin disappear, nnd the new one take its place — as clear, as fresh, . _ as fair as that of an English gentle- r woman, Freckles, tan, sallownes?, brown marks, skin stains, 'liver- spots,' and all ugly patches of colour caused by ill health, the weather, or advancing1 a^e — all arc cleared away quickly by double strength Thermol. . Thus you arc eiven a new complexion. . . . For pimples, blackheads, open pores, eczema, ring worm and all skin diseases, Lethol ointment is sincerely recommended. Ask vour doctor. B Thermol is 3/9 (potted, 4/-), Lethol ? is 3/- (posted, 3/3) from all chemists . ? .ind stores, or from Goodnell, Black, H and Co., 163 Pitt Street, Svdncv, ? N.S.W. ' * ? PREMIER LIVERY STABLES, Lower CROWN 8TR...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Ballot for Officers of Coke Workers' Union. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 22 January 1915

Ballot lor Officers of Cote Workers' Union. foife-nlt0fb8l!0tf0r 0fficerB0f the union *-' ^e current year was as OFFICES BRANCHES Soar. Cole. Buffi Bell. Oor. Mt.Pls. Fed. MtLy. Wall. Oak. Tl. President — ®citdel?- « 17 H 51 3 2 7 25 1 13-U4 AhlburgbW. 0 0 4 0 4 19 16 0 26 1-70 Vice President — Learmonth R. 9 15 14 u 8 2Q .g _ *? PetdngeHW. 2 2 4 40 , 4 1 5 'o 20 1^92 Treasurer— NordlingM 9 15 7 31 6 18 21 24 26 14-171 FlemmingJ. 2 2 11 l8 l 3 2 1 1 0-41 Auditors — -SSSSLn'-W f !f 9 42 6 1 18 25 24 14-156 PetingeliW. 8 1 2 88 0 2 6 23 2 14-96 S'£?w » 15 15 8 6 2 12 1 21 0-89 w'S W* ° X 2 2 °X 19 11 2 0-28 Williams 3 3 8 7 2 18 7 0 5 0-52 ;_ , - General Secretary— J. M. Walker, unopposed Trustees— 0. M. Hamilton, T. Kenna, and H. J. Lewis, unopposed ? — ? ' ? ? '

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WOMAN'S WORLD BLACK BERRIES FOR WINTER. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 22 January 1915

r i » iiiT . . ? ? ? i ? __ WOMAN'S WORLD j BliACKBiiaBiES' FOB Wltt'lTOU.. When there is a surplus of berries after . using as many as possible in their fresh state, which is the most ?wiholesome way for using all fruits, ' there are many methods of preserv ing them for winter use, such &s preserves, jellies, etc.. Uannod i-iackberrieB.— For n quart can take one cupful of water and one cupful of sugar and boil toge ther, skimming off any scum. Put in two boxes or quarts of berries, and let cook o. few minutes, just enough to heat the berries thor oughly clear through, too »ong cook ing will make them hard. Have the cans thoroughly scalded, set in a dish of water, fill brimful with th»» boiling hot fruit, and seal «it ccce as tight as possible, with weil scal ded rubbers and covers. Wbv.n cold, Keep in a cool dark place. Blackberry { JRJeserves. — . Select large ripe, firmi berries, and to each pound allow three-fourths of a lb of sugar. Spread the berries on Places or platt...

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Illawarra District Labor Council [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 22 January 1915

Iliawarra District Labor Council iAi meeting of the above Council was held at O'-Brien's Hotel, last Saturday night, Mr. A. O. Leeper presiding. inhere was a letter from the Dis trict Superintendent re running of a mid-day train into Wollongong, sta ting that it iwas regretted that the request could not be acceded to. From the Department* of L/abour and Industry re wages board deal' ing with surface hands on the South Coajt, stating that if any excep tional circumstances exist they can be submitted to the Court by the chairman, with the view of securing the resumption of the hearing. 'Ai discussion took place in refer ence to the surface hands, who are on the very eV3 of a stoppage, and it was resolved, ''That we protest against the action of Judge Heydon, whose decision is responsible for the delay of the Board dealing with the surface hands on the South Coast, and entirely support the Sydney La bor Council in asking for s his resig nation.' Some of the. delegates were very emphati...

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DO WOMEN LACK MORAL. COURAGE? A Plea for Candor in Speech. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 22 January 1915

DO WOMEN LA UK MORAL. , OOUEAG-E ? A Plea for Candor in Speech. Some of the most heroic deeds in the Urorld have been done by women. Sotae of the finest examples of pa* tient endurance and fervent courage in trouble have been furnished by (women,: Many, iwomen, indeed, totr fess that it is easier to be plucky in. the' face of tremendous danger thanj it is in every dav life. There is 'something in great sorrow th» calms, and there is something grave peril that inspires. Few wo men are peevish and irritable when some one they love is at death's door. And how many women, des pite what is said to the contrary, lose. their heads when suddenly cotv fronted with an' emergency. !As a matter of fact, men and women can generally rise to the ^occasion when the occasion is one of importance. People who 'go under when afflicjted with the most commonplace trials, often emerge\ triumphantly froan days of indescribable tragic sorrow. Women's Great Physical Courage Generally speaking, women haye mor...

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Kembla Grange Races [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 22 January 1915

Kembla Grange Races m IThe' January meeting of Kembla WB, Grange Racing Club, which eventud- H ted on Xuesday afternoon last, was H favored' with much more liberal pat- H ronage tKan has been,; the Case for H several nueetings past. Three special B trains frotqi the metropolis were fill- X ed to crowding point, while there K wa,s also a decided increase in the B motor car parties' which made that B ?delightful trip along the seaboard to B the course. It .was an ideal day for B racing, for, although the sun was B warm, its rays were tempered by a B cool breeze which blew throughont B the afternoon: The fields, too, also B showed a gratifying improvement,—- B as in a number of the events a» B many as eighteen^ horses faced the B barrier, while the racing was as in- B teresting as it .was possible to V«e.: B Many of the performers were what B might be termed ''classy/' and they B included that well-known TiandwicK fl performer Ntiwara 331iya, who won . B the last race in a manner which...

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

A Redfern Lady Cured f of Backache. I ? ? ? i. By Dr. SHEIJ3Ol\t'S GT-: piLX.. [ FORJ MONTHS. j ? ' I was a great sufferer i--: months with my back, ' writes ' Mrs. L. Jenkins, 18 Lewis Street, Red fern, N.S.W. .'I could not straighten anyself. The pain would come just like a knife, stabbing me right in the small of the back. I could not rest anyway, nor could I sleep v-v walk the pain was so cruel, and in the morning it was much worse, a- that I could not rise without as sistance, and as for doing my house hold duties; it was an impossibiU ?ty. I tried' many different kinds of remedies, but without doing me the slightest bit of good, and I seemed to be getting worse every day, At last I heard of Dr. Sheldon's -Gin Pills and I thought I would try them. After taking the first dose, I felt greatly relieved, so I continued them and after taking a small course I was completely cured, ,axid can now attend to my household du ties, and sleep and eat well, thank* to .Dr. Sheldon's Gin Fills...

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

G. C. TOOKEY, PBODUOE MEBCHANT AND Commission Agent Successor to The Partners' and Settlers Co-op Society, Ltd.. Wollorigong. District Agent for McLean's Mild Cured Bacon; Barnes' Mild Cured Bacon : Crago's Diamond Flour ; Baltic Separator ; Campion's Carbolic Sand Soap. Agricultural Seed and all Farm and Dairy Produce always on hand. Wholesale Buyers Supplied at Sydney Prices ; Trial Consignments of Maize, Eggs, Chaff, etc., solicited. Immediate Returns Given. Telephone No. 29. CROWN STREET, WOLLONGONG Crystal Fountain. j. parSdfsoe Cordial Factory, UPPEB CROW STREET ' Wollongong, Telephone No. 54. AH goods manufactured by the firm are Guaranteed under the Pure Foods Act. Confectionery ! Refreshments Cook & Cornforth's UP-TO-DATE Refreshment Rooms. Tea and Coffee, Hot Pies, Soup &c Afternoon Teas . English, American & Australian Confectionery. Cadbury's Chocolates Specially Imported Ices & Iced Drinks Cook & Cornforth CROWN STREET, Opposite C...

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

jQtatlilrti»r^ o^atiaescripiaohB'to suit i:^'JT- P:\t^Mi^^^t^^s^Si^^ of Ibboks ../-' v '?*? V Neatjy; Bpui-3, 7&AL ssita^ tax: ?The New MOTOR -5ARAGE EEIEA STREET. THHIS handy and commodious dock -1- for eveirjr variety of Motor is now Ready f or Business. * Machinery to meet all repair require ments. Has Accommodation for Stabling a large- . ?'?''« number of Care. - :.-;$ TEBMS ABE MODERATE. - S ?-.'?? ? ? ? ? ? ? .?'????'??????? -''-& Weekly or Monthly Stabling arranged. ' '?' % 'si ALL MOTOR SUPPLIES STOCKED 1| — : ? - ? 1 . ? _ ' ' ? ???' . -.-? '?viw!'t, Mack's Hospital 1 ... .- ' .- - FOR r ??-??..?? . \.-:U% FURNITURE and UMBRELLAS, || , KEIRA STREET II (next Jarman's Store) ; i;/ Sole Ageint for ttlawarra District fe! for Christie's Renowned Umbrella '? . ? i -ffl ??'.???.-.: . ?.?????' jte-Coverei '; ? ; ?/ -^ ' '?-?? ?-- ?:^l::i3-^M% ?'- ?: ' '-' ' '?: . '~:' ' ' ? '?';'V\ :'-- .-:' v^.r -?-'-?'? %|f ^n), M^d^s.per^ttle';-;^ .,;v^ ::XSf|g|| k: Mr. IT. ;^^^S...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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RURAL TOPICS KIAMA P.P. BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 22 January 1915

RURAL TOPICS UV KIA&A P.P.; BOAiRiD. : A meeting of li)e -directors of 'the aboye^-as^ held on January l'2th. Presen^ Messrs. ^T;Kj&io^;n;\ (Chair ? fc ^uian^, J. 'S&arpis; GZP Linclsay, W. Brown, T. Armstrong, and C. A\ . Craig. Mr. Inspector Hamilton w*\« also present. w.. The Chief Secretary of Stock dir ected attention to Government Ga zette of December second, re means SH - for adoption by Boards for suppres ?H sion and destruction of rabbits and MH noxious animals, in lieu of Ineans HB - recently sanctioned by the Minister fll'^-. for Agriculture. — ?H^ T From -the same, inviting attention HIi to amended *Fk-rm 13, annual stat'- ?M^ ment of Pastures Protection .Boards lH;-, '^ receipts and 'expenditure and feques iffl , ; tin^ that the form be used in future. jlji ?- :: also to .anew inonthly form of re. ?Hf ? pofty by Inspectors of Stock to thr flpt.'- :; Pastures Protection Boards. iljl ? 4|Sp from the Chief Secretary on |ffl|! { thjpBubJect of the pr...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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COLEDALE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 22 January 1915

-;--, b«uu*ie The min© has been idle once more this week as a result of a deficien cy place claim: No sooner than one a little ' trouble has been amicably set tled here than S another seems *to crop upt to take its place, With the result that there is a big financial loss to the management, and a corresDondiner loss to the men in wages. There is to be a conference in Sydney to-day (Friday) , between ^representatives dt the proprietors and the men- Several matters of im portance to the district '« are to be discussed, and the hope is generally expressed that an ^adjustment will he made for all time, of the f^ules and .working1 conditions affecting the iwhoie of the South Coast imines. Mr. -Ray 'Richards, ' whb has acted as storeman at North Bulli. Colliery for ;nnaTiy years, has taken a posi tion at the Bulli Colliery, Mr. Muir (engineer)* ? 'who has for spioe tinn» had chaTgie ofi. the fitting shop ,work-. ings at North Bulli, has also gone to Bulli' IHir.'H. A. Midgeley, who has no...

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Miss M. M. Dwyer at Port A Darwin. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 22 January 1915

Miss M M. Pwy*r at Port JB :; ,.:v^ ?/?? ? ?; 'Darwin. ';;;::-:';;;-- *; ' ' ? ^Tjie f 'OlflT: TiDielj1'. in: a notice' of ^ ^H a concert -'^iven''^'''^''^^**;*1''^*' f ^^E ipELV Orchestraj., i^a^^^ which jMfissv ' 1^H| ??^r^l6s'i^^f-;f^s;;'a^inei^fei:i^^ ? '-^H ^:\|ts^;^y'^'^a^,:;?^a^:H:°:.' S:; -? '. .^B [^?-''?^ni^^5^einV^ .^':ev^^:;^Kas'tin-- ? -:^H Pp ubtfedl#' .lliejiitenl' thWt ''^f ollp:wed; ? a ? ;:^fl j|^i:;^|^^^^-^Hs,^^ey^ . ' cjfl pti^ri^^p^^,-wf'':^tiBt*s'^^i ?' -fl ^i^i|gp^^/p|im|iei^ ;' %LdK*hQ' ' ? ' ? ^ jB |^iii^l^^^ptt|D«mg|a^pif^^ ?? .? a

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United Choir for Corrimal. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 22 January 1915

1 United Choir lor Corrimal. (To the Editor.) Sir,— Will you kindly allow me a small - space in your valuable paper to reply to the query that appeared In yoar corres pondent notes of last week, as to, what has become of the proposal to form a united choir for the town of Corrimal, Some weeks have elapsed since the pi' i ? matter of forming a choir was brought j||/X ! to notice through the press, and noth fjjp^ . ing more was heard about it until your ?pf ?- correspondent sent in the above query. feffe During the few weeks past several of mfit, '-. those anxious to have the choit formed |K| have approached me on the matter, ask Bpf ; ing me to take steps, but, for certain lite reasons, of which many are aware of, BK;-: as well aB myself ' I refrained from dc K^ ing so, aad this week the matter has Kl V, ''?''.' again been brought to my notice, and Bp ?':-? At their request, after careful consider pM::,;.-';.;' ation I promised to do so. Kl ? v ?? tJudoubtly, there are good prospects...

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

AUSTIMMER PMBSaamaiaMaiat fllhe commencement of the season was anything but encouraging, L-r, although' the town jwias full 01' visit- ors bent on having a good tinie the weather was strictly -objection- able, and those iwho were strangers to.. Austinmer might lhave g-one a way with a very bad impression of whs pmce^ tne tnree roads, apart from* Moore-street, wiere in a piti ful condition; Oceana Parade and lAjtistinmer-street were bad enough, but the Grove infinitely, worse. Pos sibly; when the Council get another windfall like the material excavated j from the swimming pool, one of the streets may *have a little - xnetai'put on. On looking around one can but ' wonder if tAJustinmer had their just proportion of the rates raised. Where has the money been spent ? . i fDhe Summer .School were down just after the weather cleared, so they suffered no inconvenience, and it is. believed had their usual pleas ant week's1 stay, but if the result of the collection taken up in aid cf the fund...

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

MOUNT KEIRA Since the resumption of work 'af ter the holidays the mine has ?w'ork- ed every -3ay, bttt some of the men express the opinion that the con stant conditions are not likelv to continue for long1. The District Check-Inspector, Mr. 'Davis, has been inspecting 'the Mt. Keira mine during the week. There is a movement amongst a number of the empSovees here to get the whole of the workmen into the Illawarra Colliery Employees' Union. It has also been agreed that if those -who have fai-ed to i-ay their levies to the itaitland Miners' Fund are not made good within , a given time, the remaining employees will rejuse1 to twork with them. Mr. .Tas. Porter, junr., who has for some time past ibeen suffering with an acute {attack of rheumatic fever, is showSng signs of improve ment. Mr. John Phillips, wheeling con tractor at the Mount Kera Colliery was kicked over' the 'heart by a pony ih the mine on Wednesday last. The injury necessitated him putting his arm in a sling. In the way of ...

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