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

Motherhood vjlotherhoo^i,' a« the late Dr. Talmage obperred, 'is' the poWtet aspiration of wonwudiood in? its l-est eense. There is something lacking 1 in the hojne into which no baby has *ver entered. Without the advent of the 'little stranger' /the happiness ** o| husband aad ,wife is/»ev0r quite complete, A hook of v^uafcle infor ' ''wfihm, -.Mling* tioW . ih^us»ftd$ of ^ffeH-ple'l#^d their ^eattp*- dp-^ v *f»* «rn*mea ^lUihe stot^ -ree to L\iiij^»ne - who cuts out this «dvfc.. 1' 'Snd fl«ids it to Dept. B 70, IA ' ©IES' COLIJEG& -O0BJ HEiAJUPH, 54 f Oxford Street, ,Byd-aey; Visitors to ' fje^Oity.^rfij^oJoaiaily^ invijbed; ? tp ;- CttU ^& ^he 'Oollege and discuss Y kealth matters with the Manageress*

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

BALGOWNIE (Our Correspondent) On Sunday night a very old resident, Mr Thos Adamson, passed away be yond the bourne whence there is no re tnrn. Mr Adamson was one of few Indian veterans left, he having followed Outram to the relief of Lncknow He held the Persian and Lucbnow medals. There is great in teresM'n the wrest ling match on the Sports 'Ground on Saturday, as both men have a good re cord in the old country. Bolh Lawson and Bet ton are training earnestly. The great beer strike is still on at Balgownie. What about a beef strike. A more necessary commodity, and prices going up, and cold storage stores in Sydney full op. with meat, which should be confiscated and working men with faotilies will soon be unable to live 'with full work, and yet we call for volunteers while these trusts starve our families; The mine works every day. The electric haulage cable is now in the mine, but the cable to the Power House is not installed yet. A quantity of machinery hag arrived at the mine. The...

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

HELEHSBUR6H I L*ast Saturday a miners' ?meeting H was held in the Centennial Hall. A , j^B large number of surface hands and ^m rope-boys were present. The question H of a rise of wages for the surface- ^B hands was again discussed', but, in ^m view of the fact that the wages- ^B board would sit in a few days, no ^m action was taken. I On Tuesday the pit was idle, it I was snid for want of trade. TMm I is .the first tftne the pit has be/m I idle from that cause. I It has been decided by the com- ? mittoe of the Workmen's Club to I hold a horticultural find a^ricultur- I al exhibition at an early date. I 'A very heavy mass of rock and I muck fell in No. three tunnel— ? fully one thousand tons of stuff fell. I which has delayed operations. ? A( ? great number of carpenters, brick- ? layers, etc., are working at*the site . I of the new railway station. Tt is ? expected that the station will Tje ? ready for use at Easter time. I The new Centennial Hotel is near- ? ing completion; it is ...

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

,? ... ? ? » % WEEK BY WEEK The steamer Hteuley is due at the p.W. Jetty next week -for coal. Brighton Villa, iviama, lias teen sold by Miss Tory to Was Hunt ; price eight hundred pounds. Tho Grand Hotel, Kiama, it is re ported, has changed hands. — o— Received 'Our Alma Mater,' a handsome illustrated book ot the year, ot Riiverview College. Mr. Frank Hermann has disposed of the goodwill of the Commercial Hotel at Jamberoo. — o— * At last meeting of Kiama Council four cases of diphtheria were repor ted. Mr. T. ' IT . Furber, district survey or, has been transferred to the re lieving staff; Mr. John Broughton succeeds him. Miss Florence Morrow, Kiama, and Mr. Henry Miller, Omega, were wed ded on the sixth instant. Wollongong Band goes to Sydney to-day to compete in the B Grade1 at the Sydney Band Contest. There are twelve bands engaged---a Boosey trophy is attached. Kiama Council disapproved of the Wollongong and Nowra Show holi days being proclaimed. ^Looking to the interests of the...

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

BXILLI. ^Particulars iare published in this issue of the concert and entertain ment to be held at Bulk on Mon day night next in aid of the spe cial fund being raised throughout the State for the Belgians, and to wards iwhich the iState Ctovernnient have guaranteed a £ for £, subsidy. The matter was enthusiastically tal:r en up at Bulli, where at the initial meeting, presided over by the Shire President, some, thirteen guineas were laid on the table. The Rev. Father Forrest, the prime mover in the matter, promises concert-goers a treat, having been able to secure no less than five metropolitan artists'to assist with the programme. Those include Mr. Sid Macdonald, for some time the leading tenor of the State; Miss . Jean Quinn, a well-kinown city vocalist; Miss Jessie Henderson, B. A. M1., a violinist and who secured the highest pass in the state com petitions ; Miss liillie Dwyer, pian ist, who secured the highest number of marks in the State examinations; and Mies Josie Dwyer, the l...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Nowra Show [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 22 January 1915

Nowra Show The Shoalhaven A1. andH. Associ ation announce in this issue the holding1 -of their fortyi-first annual show at Nowra on Wednesday and Thursday, February 10th and 11th The committee, the secretary states, have determined to1 pay their full schedule, as prepared and *ready for issue before the departmental ukase that there would f be no subsidy this year. The prize schedtfle, provides for the payment of no less a sum than £550, so that ? the committee have taken on a big risk in paying the prizes ?without any deduction. The horse and cattle sections are drafted on a specially liberal scale, and in other sections the prizes are good. Shoalhaven district offers at tractive features for visitors. Spe cial cheap trains will run to the show, and a convenient service has been arranged from it jon the sec ond day.. A' motor launch service will also be put on, taking passen gers from1 Bomaderry Creek, near the railway station, to the show ground by river trip. Entries close Februa...

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

woiJLom}-wa- There was a meeting of the 'Wol longong (Patriotic Fund Committee on Wednesday evening; the Mayor presided. The question of appropria ting all the money in hand and as much more as could be raised- dur ing the anonth to the relief of the Belgians, as decided 'upon at previ ous meeting was re-discussed. There was a letter from Mr. C- M. Reeves, the secretary of the branch, intimating resignation as he Could not agree with the appropriation of the whole of the money to the Bel gian Fund. i Dr. Kirbwood moved, and Rev. C. S. Olver seconded, a motion, That the resolution of previous meeting be rescinded. Mr. Lysaght opposed. There was a lengthy, and argumen- ' tative debate. It was contended on one side that the most had now been got that could' be got in Woi« longong for patriotic funds j others argoied that, Wollongong had not done nearly its utmost for the fund. The Mayor said that, so far, only the working class of people had subscribed; people who should gi^e a hundred...

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

CORRIMAL The coal trade has shown indications of dullness locally ; South Bulli Mine having only worked 8 days last week, with only a probable two or three this week. Corrimal Colliery continues working fairly well, and the £ay next fortnight will be lor 10 days. A dtist etorm enveloped the town on Wednesday ; the temperature was high at periods daring the day. A cool change in the evening was much ap preciated The meeting convened for purposes of forming a Rifle Club, was not largely attended, hut tboBe present decided to go on. Officers pro tern were* elected, names enrolled, and matters of a per sonal character arranged j a site has, it is understood, been secured in the vicinity of Towrodji South, A good roll-up is anticipated at the adjourned meeting, which takes place in the Drill Hall, Corrimal, this Friday even ing, commencing at 7.30 p.m The Town Band wHl (cirenmstances permitting) give a recital at Towrodji Beach, Sunday afternoon, the 24th —commencing »tj| p.m. D^Che Secr...

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

Ladies Ypur health should be, your first' consideration. It is truly said- Many women and girls suffer unnecessari ly when a lifltle knowledge may ' save them years of pain and misery. Every woman and girl, whether, a sufferer or not, should possess this knowledge, which will be found in the ''Natura' Health Guide. This valuable medical guide should be In fvery home and will be sent . free on receipt of 2d. to coyer postage. Ad -lress- Department EDI, '.Natura ' Health Co. (Mrs. H. Clayton, man ageress), Canberra House, 297 *QUz H, S« Preece Red Cross Store, Opp, Public School, TWrrouI - DESIRES to notify the Besidenta of Thirronl and surrounding district that he lias purchased the above store, lately carried on by Mr A. Webb, And by Jrtriefc attention to business, and qoods at Sydney Prices how fo reoeivfi a fair share of businesfl— on8 trial order will do it . Give him a trial-and enooumge local enter* uprise. **; ? *-. * , 7 - ME. E. A. BEEBY (of Peeby & Co. S64, Pitt Str...

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

Mr.G.&Walker Dental Surgeon, I OBOWN STREBT, WO] LONQGNG I Telephone 33. 1 SS*--:-: ?.????? ? ? ? | |i§m;- ???? . . . ?? ? ? ? I |i | fti«#*|# The Rl&M Prlce Tailor,* &hb DlClwtVj Black's Corner, Woliongong, I i£ Why Pay £5 5s for a Suit when jff irf Jpy' f| ff-' |8 I |||l ca%' Dress You from Head to Foot. f^mmM^^i. W^fm I fe ^FWLL SATISFACTION OB MONET BACK |T f jjB-3 ^Ph- *TT ^S S^£ I ifelo^SMlt toOritar, 1 aoo« ffelt Hat; 1 Pair Boots, mm^^^Bfl^mim H»BW' I fcf^^hirts,;: 2Ttes,;3,l^lrSqS,.3;HandkerchiBls,;l lJ|SHiBB;HB |1 I B^.S^PiM*' acoiiare, i^Sot sieovo unks, HM^^R RREEIn ri '?? I fciSx This is an Illustration pi the Power of Cash. -? , .-? ;., JiMp^ ^Sil n ? '-dPIVM ?? I Hpi :'? i BtJY -FOE CASH AirD SELL iFOfi^ CASH. t-- --*i™^'B ^ . 1 Eff*%; 'V' v ?????? ? ? * ? . '- - — .-?-.????? ?. ? ?: . : ?? f ; ' ? IP :iv!'w» «-«.«-» /^r«nir This new Departmeot .has proved a great success. Prices are cut to pieces. They are ? ft JWERSERY. Lower lUan in Sydney T...

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

BA5jGOWNID. j On Friday the Balgownie Branch I of the A.d-.'P, League gave their i first entertainment; financially and ! otherwise it proved a great success. I the programme being all that could ' 11 be desired' Special mention, may be. j , made of the tableau 'Britain and 1 ; her Alliesri' the characters .were well ! sustained by girls of the league. Miss M. Madden made an excellent Britannia; Miss Tess Soldi, Russia ; f ? Miss J. Emery, Belgium; Miss B. ' Kenning, France; Miss (B. Brett, - Australia; Miss B. Bienkinsopp, Ja pan; Miss N'. Madden, Servia; *iiss Minnie Madden, Canada^ Miss , A . T*o tierty, South Africa; Miss L. Elmery s India. The LA.G.P. League take this opportunity of thanking all those , lwho have so kindly assisted chem in their efforts to raise funds for ; ;i tied Cross and Belgium poor relief. ; ; and hope the support will be con tinued, as daily the need becomes . more . pronounced. They (the A.Gr.P. ti.) are anxious to secure the follow ing assistants : Som...

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

MOUNT KEMBLA. The mine continues working every day and prospects are good. At pre sent the labor requirement is fully supplied, but there are some vacan cies for miners. Twelve bachelors cots are being re-constructed into six cottages suitable lor small fam ilies, and more , than enough af)plic:i tlons for these cottages have been received. On Saturday evening the Caledon ian Society will celebrate the Burns' Anniversary by a social gathering ; the centre'piece on the table will be haggis and national colors and mu sic will abound. . The flying fox visitation this sea son is the -worst ever 'known here Not only has there been the loss oJ fruit, but much damage to trees The things have even come into tho houses after food. The orchardists made two attacks on the camps which1 are stated to have done good as 'the pest has been less in evjdence since. Application was made to tho- Department for assistance towards ammunition, but it proved that tho fund for that purpose is so surroun ded...

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

Up-to-Dafe I Children's Assurances 1 ? ? '«M Call or write *?m J. L. PROBTN/ I 9 Campbell Street, Wollongon^ *? Agent — ' M A. M. P. Society I Think it over, in these times of Economy, and order 1 your next Suit from I - :^^^^^^^^^^A ' ' ; The R'ght Price tailor and Outfitter, ' i \ ' 1 I ^SfflH?¥ liS^^^^^^^B wBuf Remember please ! my, Btatements are correct, I mean every word I say. - jl [ ^JHHk^^^^H^^^I^^WH ASK Y0UE FEIEND8~-Materials of tlie Be8t. iu English, Scotch and Irish - 'jM ^jHfflfflP^^^^j^B^^^K^^^^ woollens. Marrickville Tweeds, guaranteed unfadable Serges, Style the latest 4 :M , , ^Tt^t2^^SfeJ^II^^B y^^^^^^^-J^ Every Customer receives my personal attention, I also make up jour own $M I^fji' Af^W The RlgW 3?rie^ Tailor and OutjBtter, ~'M h&Ji*^yf*l.$*Vi : Black's Corner, Wollongong. 1

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

PATRIOTIC . ' iUiNAJWDEREA. '?'-.? * A publ c meeting was hekL at Uaaanderra on Friday, night to de vise means of raising funds for the Belgian Belief Fund. Alderm'anl .Wi. H, Cook presided- Mr. R' O'Donnell was appointed %on. sec. and. trsas. It was decided to make a. canvass of all the farmers in the municipal ity of Central Illawiarra for dona tions of stock, etc. The collectors for No. 1 Ward are— Aaderanian 'L. Carr and Mr. J. Todd, and Mrs. R. O'Donnell and Mrs. W. H. Cook; for No. 2 Ward— Messrs. G-r. lindsay (Town Clerk), and Bi. Ol'Donnell/and Mrs. J. Richards and Miss 'Amy Lindsay. It was also arranged to hold a social and euchre party in the Municipal Hall on Friday, 22nd January, to help the fund along. A lady resident donated a handsome cameo ? brooch to be disposed of on Friday night. -The collectors for numbers one and two wards are meeting with a very generous res ponse from the farmers. All stock, 'etc., will be so,d at the Brownsville Saleyards on Monday, 25th Janu...

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

Bulli Pass Road Our report of the discussion at the last meeting of the Shire Council, it is pointed out to us, did not make it clear that Cr. Cotterell's engage ment with J. Woods to do subdivi sion work- which the engineer report ed to be the cause of the stone on the portion complained of not being ballasted, preceded his road contract in time. The motion that the report, be adopted was altered to ' receiv ed.' A motion by Cr. Kir ton that » month's notice be given of termina tion of agreement with the Engineer was ruled out of order by the Pre. sident, on the ground , that the ag reement provided for the consent of the Minister being , obtained for'sucn action.

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

I «/ » GOVERNMENT SAVINGS BANK | * *QQ | mJimum OF NEW SOUTH WALES, i^rtoVx I DEPOSIT. | Heft4 Offlce. X1 MooaE-ST., SYDNEY. S LIMIT:- j Commissioners:-— R. A. WARDEN ^President), W. H. O'M. WOOD, H. D. HALL. -j Local Branch : CROWN ST., Wollougong. ' R. T. WHITE, Manager Bulli- Woonona Branch: Main Rd., Bulli. A, E. CLEMENTS, Manager SECURITY AND SATISFACTORY INTEREST are the leading features of this Institution. Deposits received from 1/ upwards. Interest paid at 3% per cent, on first £200, and 3 per cent, on excess to £500. , The Bank has 130 BBAXTCRES, and over 500 AG-JBNCXES.. No agencies at 4 Post-offices. . \ DEPOSITS GUARANTEED BY THE GOVERNMENT. f I ? 3h% I ? I . 3% : [ INTEREST ON By order of the Commissioners. qn EXCESS * I FIRST *200- J. H. DAVIES. Secretary. I TO £SQO. \ [ \ t ' . ' 4 ' li'M^k' Y0UR 8WKWEH; SUIT j ** ^S&JjS3Xv'*-*M***B Dou't make a mistake, make- I ^^B/K^^^Br^ * UPPER CROWN STREET, ; /™°mavm-~- WOLLONGO^G. . Just what you Want And always Somethi...

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WOMAN'S WORLD THE CHARACTER LINES ON THE FACE. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 22 January 1915

WOMAN'S WORLD THE CHARACTER' .LINES ON .1THK FACE. , Few studies are more absorbing or give more interesting food tor thought th'an the close observation of human faces, youthful faces are beautiful in their promise; in their faultless or unspoiled contour; but for real interest the mature face is . the one worth studying. When the j character has not only developed, | but has settled, and tlie habits have J grooved their tell-tale lines on brow cheeks or chin, then the* observer can usually tell whether the observ ed has lived a life of freedom from care or strain; has been a oreature of non-resistance, -who has 'floated plac dly down with the tide of cir cumstance, or whether he or she has taken up arms against a . sea of troubles or a set of circumstances, and has conquered or been conquer ed in the fight. It is not always easy to define the lines on faces. It is the current im pression that two deep indents be stween the eyes across the bridge of the jnose indicate sullen temper...

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

Bulli Hospital The annual report states that the year commenced with a credit bal ance of £311 fis 9d, and closed with a ditto of £385 19s, 4d, and an S. B. deposit of £300. The amount on which subsidy was received from the Government was £705 9s 5Jd. During the year there were! admit ted 171 patients, the number ior previous year being 172. The aver age beds occupied was 9.5. Tlie num ber of operations was 48 . The cost of maintenance was per bed £107] 15s 9d, an increase on two previous years respectively of £11 and 4il'5, The total ordinary reve nue was £1709,1 19s (id, which was an increase of £400 on that or pre vious year. The item.,, patients' fees, showed a decrease of £146, there had been a large percentage unable, to pay, i and old-age pensioners. The Committee regretted to state that a number who were well able to Pay had neglected to do so; about £75 in, such charges were owing: to the institution. Several changes were mentioned as having taken place in the staff, iwfaic...

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

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

ILUWARRA MINERS I ? ? The disputes causing stoppages du- ? ring the week at North iVuh ond ? South Clifton have been eottted ard M frork resumed. Ait North Bulli the^ I deficiency claims were paid by the * ? management. The surface hands con- ? ference is to proceed in Sydney to- I flay. I

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