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

BELGIAN FUND. Springers, Store Cows, Young Stock, Steers, Sheep, Pigs, &c. O'Doiiuell iV Stumbles WILL sell for the Central Illawarra BELGIAN FUND COMMITTEE on MONDAY NEXT, at BROWNSVILLE, 35 HEAD of Mixed Cattle Bpeoially donated by various owners for Auction Sale in aid of the above Fund. AIbo Sheer, Pigs, Poultry, and sundry Produce. TERMS CASH. SPRINGERS! SPRINGERS! 35 ? HEAD— 35 BROWNSVILLE TABDS. MONDAY NEXT, 2 Sharp O'DoimelUV Stumbles HAVE been favoured with instructions to Sell as abovj/by Auction, For Mr George Armstrong. 15 Extra Good Calved and Springing Dairy Heifers, specially selected from a well known Camden Herd, and in'good con dition. ? Also 10 Head Yearling Dairy Heifers. For Mr W. H. Gook. 18 Choice District Bred Calved and Spring ing Dairy Heifers, bearing brands of well known local breeders. USUAL TERMS, Preliminary Announcement. MONSTER SALE COACHES, WAGGONS, HORSES, HARNESS, Etc O'Donnell & Stumbles HATE been instructed by MesBrB James Bros.,...

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

In Memoriam Notices EDWARDS— In sad and loving memory of , our dear son and brother, Albert, who departed this life at Dapto, January 25th, 1912 Inserted, by his loviug father and mother, brothers and eistere PARSONS— In loving memory of our dear mother, Margaret Jane Parsons. 'At Peace with the Lord. Inserted by her loving son and daughter in-law, Mr and Mrs H, S. Parsons, and grandchildren. Return Thanks. MR. & MRS. W. RING, Buffi, beg to return their sincere thanks to all re lations and kind friends for cards, floral tributes and sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. '

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

?* —————— —--?--— ?————-____- ?»—??_________— »___.^____, AE. BALL, Woonoha, Licensed Plumber . and Water Fitter. Estimates given. ANY Person grazing or removing oatlle on Bloomfield without .my permission will be prosecuted. Fred Davies- Oorrimal A MATEUR Photographed Films and oL Hates developed and printed, Kodak prices. Crook's Mubic and Camera Store BANQUETS, Birthday Parties, Dinners. Wedding Breakfasts, and all kinds of up-to-date catering done by Howarth's BOY, gentlemanly, to learn the Mercery Business, one just left school preferred. Apply L. Black Blaok's Corner, Wollongong f CLEANLINESS, Civility, Attention, gand J a first olass three -course dinner at Howarth's for Is DONT miss the Auction Sale of Furni ture, etc., Weber's Booms, Corrimal, to-morrow. EDISON Phonographs, Records, expert repairs, all latest music. Crook's Music Store EASY to get and easy to pay off. Nj. 3 Starr- Bowkett Ballot Loans, Sale and Ballot 30th January FOR Sale, strong square Van and Harness, in...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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THE STORYTELLER A Queen of Hearts CHAPTER XIII. TOLD IN THE MOONLIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 22 January 1915

mWmmm AQueenoffiearte EVELYN EVJ&IETT QRBKN, - ; GHAPT1DR XIII. ' .« toijb in Tiir: moqn light. Two men sat over a .camp fire smoMng. The voice, of the river ran)? in their eal-s, about them were tall trees* whispering softly, and the sounds, and scents of a, summer ev oningi '?'?? '? ' ???''' .. -j-pi! i* V It was but an Knglishvjne^b*', and copse which framed the 'canipj yet the illusion of the nifeht seemed to make for a sense; of isolation and remoteness. They had ^talfcea' foi' a long while— at least Warburtoil had talked, had spoken with, his terse, persuasive eloquence and acu men. Dethbridge stretched upon fh.3 ground beside him had listened in almost unbroken silence. Now H seemed his was the turn, to speak, 'So you felt that his jman. was wrongly condemned; that had you held a brief for him j^cm could ha^e won his acquittal. Can. you' go. one step further and tell me if you could * have 'fastened the guilt, in the right (jiiarter ?.' , i. 'I know whoiin I suspected...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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THE STORYTELLER A Queen of Hearts [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 29 January 1915

THE STOfiYTELLER . AQueenofHearts BY ?' EV'ELYjSr EVEKiETT GREEN, They were silent; the quesLion'bris 1led with difficulties. . After fourteen years, how difficult to collect evid ence, .to re-open an inijuivy. And 'in 1he meantime, if Hugh' Gresham re vealed his identity the escaped con vict would be re-immured, and the what could he do ?' 'I'd fight the case fox* you tooth and nail, but I see — , I Lethbridge smoked thoughtfully in j silence for some niinutes. Then he | knocked the ashes out of his pipe, 1 and stood up suddenly. I 'I've thought it all out 'till my S brain reels; but it works «in a vic } ious circle from which there's no es I Raping. Ajnd if it all ended n send | inp Theodore to Dartmoor, well, 1 I would not be exactly exultant. As | Lethbridgc, I can have a decent life, | and he too. I airi going to make ^ Ji is acquaintance afresh this week. | mean to take stock of hi-n, and con-. | eider.' - , - | CHAPTER Xr\r,-THE OAJRAA'AN- ' I - 'SERAI. 'Is it not perfectly c...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 29 January 1915

MISS illLUE-IfARDyj, A -V.C TH., A,L.C.Mv l;v;.!M-, L.&C-M:- -m^OFGRp!, o$m% ^ and '^THEORY; -will receive -visitj Pojale.^. AMtcag m %- *'Vera Villa ' Oay Street, Woon&na. - '*? '» *' jf * -' x ' - * » ^ -? %*J' ^ i «

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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WOLLONGONG COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 29 January 1915

WOLLONGONG COUNCIL At the meeting, on Friday, evening all the aldermen (except , Alderman , McKenzie, absent on leave) were pre sent. - . i : 1 ; 1,1 Correspondence. There was an application from M. Montgomery for re-appointment as auditor. It was proposed he be re appointed, Alderman Beatson movsrt I ?/ as an amendment that tenders be in- j vited. AJldterman H-owiarth seconded the amendment. The motion was carried by six votes to four. From W. J. Moss, secretary of the Wollongong Surfing Club, asking for free use of the supper room/ for the meetings. rA)s usual, when surf club matters are the business, there was some warmth in the discussion, al though.it proved' all were in favor of the application'. The annual report by the Olerk, v. as submitted. It was decided, on the motion of 'Alderman Kirby, that the report be printed. A Tramway Scheme. The Mayor submitted a minute in advocacy of a tramway- system for the municipality, which with ex tensions would serve. Balgownie and Oorrsm...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 29 January 1915

.consideration,^,!?} truly, sa%Jtfany; e^e*the»i ^fl« ,D^F pfeiii,ajid miseiy. -J fivejrj^ homeland, wf]U &e , sent ire© on j f : Freckles ;; . ?? / --s;-i^ ? - : ? and Tan ly:v ';; ;|J| 'What ivould you give to have a skin as '?? ??-*?!&?;?$ clcar, as fair, as fresh as . that of an. ' R „ ;,.-''i-iS:'»| English gentlewoman 1 Vou have, such a ; -' X : ,J^fi?!k complexion, bat it is hidden by a mask of r jrookk'B, tsiii, brow-linens, sallowiiess, 'and . V/' ufe'lv* patches of -colour. Vou, use double ' -.?-'*-« Btrength Tbennol for a little, while nnd . ,-, .: :. \'.:'/.ffM soon it .will dear away all of three ?'? -'? -'^'11 freckles and brown, ujjly stains, and leave - ..V your skin as dear, as fair, as fresh as von ' 'r Spl eon Id ?' wish. It is not a skin ereum' or '? ' . ' . - *:??£*£% ? skin food, but a wonderful white ointment 1 :; r J: that clears .tlie . skin of the freckles and - '? ~l i'S- i marks that rob it of its prettincss. ... 4 - ' 'v For 'pimples, bla...

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BULLI AND WOONONA [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 29 January 1915

BULLI AND WOONONA In the Court yesterday the cases were, Ernest Trevethan, breach, of Ojolliery rules at South Bulli, £ned ten shillings,, profess onal costs two guineas, witness fourteen shillings or lour teen days; Mr. Riussell appeared for prosecution. — James Scott Fife, riotous behavior at Thirroul, thirty shillings, six shil,ings costs or four teen days.— Alfred Wheatlev. Herbert Bak^jr , Earnest Baker, James Baker, and -Everett Fry pleaded guilty to a charge of maliciously damaging pro perty of Bulli Colliery Co., to wit, a pay cabin and gate, on New Year s Eve; they were each fined thirty shillings, costs 3s 7d, profes sional costs one guinea, or fourteen days. Mr. Riussell appeared for the prosecution. The damage done was?, estimated at fifteen pounds. — William Henry Alphick versus Frederick Mar tin, a question of tenancy; warrant to ssue for defendant to give up possession by ninth Feb. pay costs nineteen shillings, or fourteen days. — Martin Cower, assaulting Sid-, ney D...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 29 January 1915

_ — — ft I A Heavy Load Keeping a home going ! & is a very heavy load !r; now - a - days ; what t with the effects of the war and new taxation causing prices to rise all round ?'i /; [?] NILE'S SUMMER SALE! 'wJlk'8 Starts Saturday, January 30. week's'8 SHORT! SHARP! SENSATIONAL! The Summer is ending — Surplus Stock must be cleared, our Price-cutting is a Paralyzer ; but it's youj* opportunity to take J advantage of HALE'S SUMMER SALE, when £1 will go as far as 30/- elsewhere j Some Sensational Sacrifices - - Lots of others. . . ? J White Muslin Blouses New styles, prettily trimmed — usual ; prices 2s 6d to 3s lid Sale Price, Is ll£d Crepe $ Linene Costumes ? ? This Season's Smart Styles — usual prices 12s 6d to 21s 6d Sale Price 8/11 to 12/6 Hemmed Sheets — ready made Full width aud Lengths — usual ' price 7s 9d, 9s 6d, v12s 6d i S^le price 5s ll£d, 7s 9d, 9$ lid* Per Pair. Men's Pyjama Suits Good Materials, well made — usual prices 4s lid, 8s lid i Sale price 3/11, 5/11 Gir...

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WOLLONGONG SHOW. SECOND DAY. CATTLE. Ayrshires. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 29 January 1915

WOLLONGONG SHOW. 1 SECOND DAY. f\ ; CATTLE. Alyrshires. -m Bull, three years jLdndsay Bros. Ditto., two years.— Linjdsay Bros. ? ^ first and second^, / * Cow in Milk.— L/indsay Bros, first and second. Co'w,, not more than Six OPeiiman- _ t ent Teeth.— M. O'Donoeli first and v ^ , second. Heifer, two to three years. — M. O'Donnell first, Lindsay Bros. sec. iPiexx of Thre^ Heifers— M. O'Donnell first, Lindsay Bros, second. Champion Bull— liindsay Bros. 1 / Jerseys. J , Bull, three years.— M. IA1. Zjlems first, 'R. Cochrane second. Bull, two years — Ri. Cochrane first, J. B'. Thomson- second. Bull, one year — j. B. Tnomson- - Pen Uhree Cows.— J. B. Th.om'son ' first, Ri. Cochrane second. Cow. in . M'ilk— J. B. Thomson first, * R. Cochrane second. ? -l Oow- dry— R. Cochrane first and second. _^j Cow, not more than Six perman- ) -V; ent Teeth. — J. Kemp first, R. Coch- .^3 rane second. ' Heifer, two to three years.—®. ' 1 Cochrane first, M. 'A'. Ziems second. ? . Heifer, one to two years...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 29 January 1915

Think it over, in these times of Economy, and order your next Suit from )« L. BLACK, The Right Price Tailor and Outfitter, s Bemenrber please j my statements are correct, I mean every word I say.. Ask Your Fbiekde — Materials of the Best, in English, Scotch and Irish', woollens. Marrickville Tweeds, guaranteed unfadable Serges, Style the latest ? 1 C^ist^mer receives my personal attention, I also make up your own* ' Vl^ V' jQ. j.'!1 - .V-'S''' r't -??'?' ' 'i''- r: ??- J . \ i ^ ' _ Per iWything in Men's Wear go to-' : :;ii^ - ?' j, ^ ^ ^ ^ J t Hi i* ^ fi ?* J ^ * * 4 ' *' * f * *m N i *

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 29 January 1915

'1 j dentist, ' H 4 3ROWN flTBEET, WOLL NGONG \1 _ Also Branch Surgery — s ' *r 'M MAIN road. BULJJ |j f Opposite Mr, H. F, Cotterell. ?II Hours — 9.30 4.80 — Wednesdays axefepted

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 — 29 January 1915

' W0MAN^S_W0RLD ^f.-A ' ?? ' ' . ' HOUSEHOLD MEM'S. ' CAa ®ub the hands well with a piece ! of celery, after peeling onions, to re- j move the odour. i ,AA; ; ?? » ? ? All vessels used for milk should be ryy ' rinsed wtithlime. -water. * ? « * The bristles of a tooth brush should always be thoroughly dried after use. It ? * M ' . The following has been found a y good way to remove labelB from bot tles.— Wei} the label with water and hold it over ; a flame for a second |0 or two. The steam quickly pene * trates the label and softens the gum j:l or paste. t-, * * » * IS. One of the best ways to clean tbe glass of spectacles or eye-glasses is |5 to rub it gently with the little pa pers in which oranges are wrapped- ; ®fc 'A- * * * * 'A1 very small qua ntity of washing - 0 blue mixed twith stale breadcrumbs, S can be used for cleaning embossed |J£ (veivet. A piece of white flannel #k s should be used (for applying these y breadcrumbs, which will finally req ft; uire brushing off with a ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 29 January 1915

Funeral Notice ^ -~The Friends of the late Mr. William Bourke Kenny are kindly invited to attend Jhis . Funeral, to leave his late , residence, Bellambi, To«Morrow (Saturday)' Afternoon , at 3.80 o'clock, for the Oorrimal' Cemetery. OSBORNE tc SON, F uneral Furnishers and Embalmers, Wollongong. Tel.- Wollongong 53 ; Bulli 29. In Memoriam Notices | ANDERSON — In loving memory of oucdear | little daughter May, who died January j 26th, 1909, aged 2 years 5 months ?' Sadly missed by all who knew her.' ^ Inserted by her' loving father, mother, and sisters, Charles and Mary Atderson, Mabel and Emily STANLEY — In loving memory of our dear : mother, Margaret Stanley, who died ia Melbourne on the 19th. January 1914 ^ . Passed away her Rosary holding In her cold and lifeless hand, With the crucifix her passport I To yon bright and happy land. She has, crossed death's gloomy valley Laid life's griefs and sorrows down That she, with her loving Saviour ». [ May bear no cross but wear a crown. . ...

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RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 29 January 1915

? BBOIPUS. SS:iS ; V Substantial Cake.— ®ub six Q7u of clarified drippmg or butter into one tJ j pound and a quarter of flour, add f y six ounces *of sugar and 'onespoon .5/ v ^uj and a' halt of batang powder., ' Beat up the yrilks.bf two eg^s with ^'2 , m. teacupfui oi ,milk, pad ^ tfae Jlour -so as $p $_ st^Stsbat-i J- ,tra*r^Add two pun^ti iM mixed jpetl, r cut small, and hnjf » ^3oynd ^f *pick tyP' . «d Sjiltanas. liatetVAadd the beaten ' ' a- -* tegg, thS*? WAV 'Wd ^our r tlie ani^ture into *a greased cake tin. 1 'Sunday3' Sandwiches. -- Orsjia A- A :: ^ \y ' ? aA' . two ? ozs. of butter and gradually; add tw-o oz. of flour and two oz. caster suga.t* with a pinch, of baking powd er. Beat two eggs (and add gradual ly to the mixture, till it becomes' the consistency; 0f thick cream. Div ide the mfixture an tw», and place m two well greased flat tins or plates, arid bake for a quarter of i an hour. Turn out, spread raspberry j jajm or lemon cheese over one, place ' the other c^ke ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 29 January 1915

V A LWAYS take a Girl named D&isy,' 4 XX and all latest bongs and Panto Hits Crook's Music and Camera Store ' AE. BALL, Woonona, Licensed Plumber' . and Water Fitter. Estimates given. ; * BUDDEN'S, the best Seed Shop in Wol longong, has jtast opened 2000 packets ' fo fresh Seeds BANQUET*?, Birthday Parties, Dinners. Wedding Breakfasts, and all kinds of up-to-date catering done by Howarth's CABBAGE and pauliflowei plants Palms. Shrubs, nnd Trees, at Sudden's Seed Shop, Crown Street, opposite Monument t pLRANLTNESS. Civility, Attention, and , ' t a first class three* course dinner- at Howarth's for Is r ? ? ? ? EASY to get and easy to pay off. No. 3 Starr-Bowkett Ballot LoanB, Sale and Ballot 80th January FOR SALE, a Creamv Pony and a Three spring Sulky. Sulky holds three, and has shifting seat for two children in front. Apply James Vardy. Helensburgh. '¥71 OR SALW, Pony, Pnlkv and Harness. ' Apply F. Spriggs, Zlotkowski, Keira ville. FOB Sale, a covered Waggon, in (rood condi...

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Wollongong A., H. and I. Association's Show [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 29 January 1915

Wollongong A., H. and 1. Association's Show There was about the usual first K day attendance on Thursday, mostly ? _ people who have something to do at the Show. HOUSES. ^ There were no Blood Stallions. Mr. John Phillips's pair had the Draught Stallion Class to themselves ;; the mares in this latter section ? were considered a good class. In the pony section there was a -good field of thirteen hands, and under stalli ons, of which the best was adjudg ed to be, Merry Lad, a nuggeLy uony, stated to be imported of Mr. ?1. Phillips s. In the size bigger class there were two entries, of which Mr. W. t^ahan's Noble was placed first. , . There was a good show ot pony jMares— nin6; of which the judges', pick for first was a sprightly bay. „ The Trotting Stallions made a good . exhibit, comprising Tasm.an, Toledo, Prince Elmo, Chanmang Prince, and Klconotaical ; of these Toledo was awarded first. The mares of this , kind were rather a; poor class, - only two of them', and only one really . w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 29 January 1915

Model Furnishing House. JAMES FREW BEGS to infarm the Public that he has- removed to premises at the corner -f Grown and Cbarch Streets (lately oocupied by the Go-op. Society) and stocked with a ' ? well selected Stock of ' ? New FURNITURE & CROCKERY Inspection Invited. Crown Street, 'Wollongong. . ; ATroiCAri fttKuoiifjj: J ? iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii|||flKi«iiiiiiiii[i^^ ;J; S The Vacuum Oil Company's \ |

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HELENSBURGH [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 29 January 1915

HELENSBURGH Before the S.M. at the local Court l'hos. Ryan, drunkenness, fihM live shillings and six sh llings costs; Thos Sturgeon, Jeremiah O'Leary, riotous behavior, each fined thirty shillings, ' ! six shillings costs. Christopher Walsh j behaving in a riotous manner, fined j ten shillings or three d«vs* snrriA for ! using indecent language, fined twenty shillings or seven days; Dennis Rid dle, unlawfully asSa.ulting Thomas Ryan, fined twenty shillings or seven daysj same, maliciously damaging property to the value of ten shill ings, .case withdrawn by plaintiff. Thos. 'Downey, vagrancy, four months in Long Ba,y Penitentiary 1 ; Bridget Dwyer, drunkenness, Sued. half-a-crown; Robert Abrahams, in decent language, fined ten shillings, or twenty-four hours. Robert Wilkin son, drunk and disorderly, fined ten shillings. William Martin, drunk and disorderly, fined ten shillings. Jno. Connolly, using threatening1, language in a public place ;? to SeniorCon stable Tomkins, fined twenty ...

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