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

A VALUABLE JHVESTMEHT Save the loss and^revent the annoyance , ?caused -b^ ^6s|y. ^n% by ipstalling in ; jthe Ijaundry- a-set of RUST PROOF; WASHING TUBS. trical; Goods, iWludinJj all- neceBsarie^ Bells, Presses, TYel/and 3}ry- Batteries, Wire, and Medical Batteries.' / Inquire from usiior anything you require Atchespn Street/ Wollongong ' Paovx 42.

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

CORRIMAL | For the current pay. South Bulli mine has six days, Corrimal* mine lias /full 'time. Harvest Festival Service^ were held in the Methodist Churcli on Sunday iast; the services were well attended. !A large amount of food has been despatched to Sydney for the bene fit of those affected by ihe war ?' a further sumj of (fifty pounds has, this week, been sent to the Belgian Consul j funds to continue the good work' of the Red Cross Society are now needed and with this end in view, the initial arrangements for holding 'a concert were made at 'a meeting held on Wednesday of last week. Tickets will shortly be in cir latfion, and t is hoped the ' appeal will receive a ready response, on be half of this most pressing arid'noble cause. ?Anniversary Day passed off very quietly; as usual the beaches were well patronised, The heat during the ! day wias responsible for many people j staying at home and taking things j easy;; ninety-sevenJ degrees were re- j corded about half-past twelve;...

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

CURRENT JOTTINGS General Moltke is two times lately cabled as giving opinions to the Press; in the last, one he stated he knew England w|as coming into the war;; they had been preparing lor it. The General was recently relieved of the position, of Commanderin Chief of the (Germans in the West, and apparently has been transferred to the 'LAe fiureau, where he' seems to be in the right piece; How, is the Kaiser looking just now? One account stated his hair had grown white and he had sud denly aged; another reported him as haggard; 'from, another source came the,* report that his lace' loosen drawn, and. he appeared as though looking into the eyes of doom; an American who. saw him two months' ago declared that his moustache had wilted and lost its bellicose appear ance. t\j German account reports him, 'looking weli.' The interest in the Question is that the Kaiser)' s appearance may betak en as an index of, how things are going on- The German report, , 1 would say, is unreliable, as th...

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

BULLI AND W00N0NA 1 Bulli mine, although having eleven ! days for the pay, has only three | days for this week. The coke ovens : have full tinner I The concert on Monday evening in ' aid of the Belgian Fund, proved a grand success. The hall was packed, j [ Cr. J. Davidson presided Mr. H. | F. Cotterell, the hon. sec., submitt- ? ed colors of the (Allies to auction. Mr. J. S. Kiirton liecasme the owner of the Union Jack at £3 5s- Dr. Pal rmer bought the Russian for a guinear ' Mr. 'A-. ES. O. Sellers the French for j thirty shillings; Mr. C. Dinning, the '.Japanese for half-a-guinea; . Mr. P. C. Pryor, the Belgian at two pounds' Two geese1 attired in neat caps were also submitted. Dr. Palmer secured one, and Mir. P. 'C. Pryor, the other One of these geese viewed the pro ceedings quite sagely, extended his wings and seemed to enter 'into the spirit, -of '.the movement. The ladies of the Red Cross League kept busy, ' selling confectionery. Donations were C. Farraher, and W-. Gulson (pe...

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

NEWCASTLE NOTES ] The main street of West Wallsend was thronged with people last week for the purpose of witnessing the de-* monstration against the increase of the price of beer and spirits which has lately come into existence) in the town. 'About two hundred of those opposed to the increase, headed by West Wallseod Brass Band, inarched to the football ground. On the ground there was between six hun dred and seven hundred people. ~Alr. ©. Charlton moved that no person enter any hotel in West Wallsend from that evening till the price of beer and spirits were reduced to the former level. Mr. J ., Whalan seconded the motion. Mr. J. McWillianns sup ported the motion, which was carri ed unanimously. iAt last mieetihg of the Adaanstown^ Council letters /were received front the Rlev. F,. J. McAuley and others, in protest against* theJuvenile Band,, j which is supported by the Council, j having a picnic on Sunday. A mo- 1 tion was carried expressing^ disappro-; j v&l of Sunday picn...

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

WEEK BY WEEK Mr. Stan Hicks left Berry during i the week and in future will r«side in the Inverell diBtrict, where be j will work tt large dairy form cn the share system. j Alderman Torrens, Murwilliaihah, 1 was last week found shot deo-d ; he was suffering fronnl an incura »le jl- | ment. He was a leading citi^m ot ' MuTwillumbah, and a native ot 'Yel- ? low 'Rock, Aibion Park. Dr. Kirfowood asks us to correct our report of what he said- at the annual hospital meeting on the sub. i ject ot incurable cases. He opposed | sending these to a State home; our j report stated that he favored that, j Messrs. Henry F. Halloran and Co. report having offered the Dress-'Mrc'e ?Estate at Stairwell iPurk on Satur day afternoon to a good company when several lots were sold ;.t pric es ranging from £-.150 to £260 per , block, total saleg at ; auction The Chief Secretary (Mr. (Flowers) , stated while here last Friday, that the resolution carried at the UG-. Conference, on the motion of the Mayor of...

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

A Message of Economy. .;?? ? \ ?? -:'.'? ? . A Look at the Lots that are detailed and realise the Money-saving Opportunities OUR SUNNY SUMMER SALE presents ? WALTER LANCE & CCS ??? SUNNY UMMER ALE. NOW PROCEEDING. At which everything of passing fashion, every remnant, every odd lot and broken assortment, everything not perfectly new, must be cleared out immediately, no matter what the sacrifice. We are offering our entire stock at prices whose lowness is 1 certain to make you marvel. I A Sale that will make all other Sales look Insignificant. Manchester Dept. \ .e a s d z - Black and Green Fl'ette Tabling 1 0 8|| - _ Onbleached Damask 54in. wide 1 O^.nowU 10£ | 'White Pamask 54in. wide ... ' 1 ® - „ ,, .? ^ ???!: y Yr „ „ ^ ' ? v. 1 u „ 1 n White Twill Sheeting 54in. wd. 1 0 J „ 0 10| J ^ „ 72in. „ 1 % ' 1 'H'. £X 1 ,, 80in. „ 1 8 „ 1 4f qj Unbleached Sheeting 54in. „ 1 2| „ 1 0| ' „ 80in. » 1 8| „ 1 4J ' Wht. EfoneyOoifib Quilts, single 3 11 ^33 1f double 6 11 „ 4 11 11 ' I...

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

MOTOR GADS FOR HIRE ALL DAY TRIPS ARRANGED FOR Experienced and Careful Drivers Engaged . Wedding and Pic nic -Parties specially catered - for at moderate rates ? /Apply r James, . ' t MOUNT KEMBLA ,;? RiDg up Mount Keinbla Post-offiee Harris & Parsons,; PAtlJ^EB^ &c. Material and Workmanship Guaranteed. ? ARTHUR HARRIS, FRED PARSONS, CapRca Street, , Wqllovgong. : 'h. f. cott e rell Auctioneer $ ^kator f en tral Sale Booms : BULLI-WOONONA : Oldest district Auctioneer A Commissioner for Affidavits I and Sworn Valuator under I Real Property Act ' ? : ^ Sou? Agekt fob-~ , Ooxton Estate, Oorrimal Rotkery Estate, Oorrimal , Farrell 6 Subdivision, Balgoumie* BuseeU Vale Subdivision, Bellambi Artie' Subdivision, Bulli McGauley Park Estate, Thirroul Coledale Subdivision, Coledale. Lithcs and all Particulars Post Fbbb Hy. WOODS & Co, I Market Street 1 (Near Church of England). -???.*? . K ff.%KER&L CARRIERS. I Forwarding Agents to any par SB of the States. @| ...

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

Bleeding Piles Cured ' BI R©XONA, THE RAPID HEAIjEIR. ? husband suffered greatly with fejsedjng. ; pa&*far-:.,teia; years, '^Writes Mrs: (Louisa. -Reid,- 7 Jones Street, '*®k so : Dad, that he could hardly move and sojmetimes Ji® wa.s unable to rest on account of the pain, and it'' was most- pitiful to see him!. He tried, many different ointments and lotitons, -but; received nq benefit -whatever. I had rea-i the wonderful cures ;..tha^'^xoi^v-pmtr ' j ment 'had -done, ^ so I got himi a j tin, - and the, first appliCjaiioii :- jvgave ^ gT©at relief. He ' rcdfe%toiiej&; $vath. :: l£he ointment and . in about a peek's time he -was ? completely cured, and he has not had the slightest return of his complaint since, and we can honestly, recomimeiid it to anyone suffering jwith the -same* complaint, ? v;w r--: J ?ionjfc v, *®$v' id', healer;.. is k remedy specially pre pared for -the treatment' of - piles. It Kmpd'qaost effective. Tn'SVery State '; testifi^Tto ;th^^al.|ii/5...

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

PRODUCE MEBOHANT AND ' Commission Agent Successor to The Farmers' and Settlers Co-op Society, Ltd., Wollongong. District Agent for McLean's Mild Cured J Saooa ; Barnes' Mild j Oared Bacon : Crago's Diamond Flour ; Baltic Separator ; Campion's Carbolic „ Sand Soap, Agricultural Seed and all Farm and Dafry Produce always x on hand. Wholesale Buyers Supplied at Sydney Prices Trial Consignments of Maize, Egg s, Chaff, etc., -solicited. Immediate Returns Given. Telephone No. 29. GROWN STREET, WOLLONGONG Crystal Fountain. J. FAEKIUSON Cordial Factory, UPPER CBOWN STREET Wollongong. Telephone No. 64. All goods taanufacfcurad by the firm are Guaranteed under the Pure Foods Act. Confectionery I Refreshments Cook & Cornforth's UP-TO-DATE Refreshment Rooms. Tea and Coffee, Dot Pies, Sonp &c Afternoon Teas English, American & Australian Confectionery, Cadbury's Chocolates Specially Imported Ices & Iced Drinks Cook & Cornforth, CROWN STREET, - Opposite Com...

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NORTH COAST NEWS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 29 January 1915

. north coast news ? ^ Harney, Coft's Harbor, had \&n encounter ';W]ith a carpet snake the^ otlxer morning.- On opening the feed shed at the recreation ground he saw a, carpet snake hangiiijr one of the rafters, in the act 01 swalloxvdng ^ kitten. Mr. Rainey at tacked the snake with a broom but the reptile escaped. The local butter factory, at Coil's Harbor, is makinc e-reat. ,-ivnm-.»oc ,, , ? ^ ? o o*-w—w p u&Acoo, tne output now, being between seven and eight tons -weekly. The Oasino Co-operative Dairy Co last week broke all previous records when they manufactured thirty-three tons ten boxes of. butter. Their pre vious record was thirty tons thirty one and a iialf boxes. The prices too, - were Sa record, being 116s per cwt. in Sydney. Up to Saturday last the following applications for Crown lands in the .Casino Land district were lodged at the '.local Crown Lands Office:— Par- ish Mongogarie, county Richmond ' ; ,M -3. Chaseling, sp.l. '96 j acres, pa rish CJeneva...

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RURAL TOPICS MILK DELIVERY. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 29 January 1915

RURAL TOPICS MILK DBLIVBRl^ '2 : - A deputation from* Camden waited. the Chief Commissioner fot TJsi! ?-'?. on Thursday, the 14th instant, ' the deputation consisting of Messrs. , : , .;?? !F. W. A. Down.es, t T. C. Barker, ,T. IA1. Porter, H1, I'orter, A. L. Bemiitt, . ®- (Roberts, G. L. Dunn, L. Nich - olson and others. The . deputation asked for a quicker delivery from tiie milk train on arrival at fen ^ ' tral Station. fThe diffliculty complaiii 'i ; \ ' ed of is that the Camden milk is . not immediately forwarded to the siding -of tlie Fresh Food and I. f'o1., | I hencfe causing loss : and wasteage. iTh« j ' Chief Coitnmissibner promised to see into the- matter, .with the object oi ' V ^ having the complaint remedied. 'AYE shires and milk yiki.ds. . Ojie of the' most successful Ajr |i;; shire cattle breeders in Scotland is Thomas Clement, of Nekton ' ' ' Mearns, iwiho, in' an- interview, snid : - The correct method of knowing what a cow , produced was by keeping a '' '/ _ recor...

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Wollongong Mails. Arrivals and Departures MAILS ARRIVE AT [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 29 January 1915

WoUMgong Mails. Arrivals and Departures MAILS ARRIVE AT 0.30 a.m. from Sydney. 9 a.m. from Nowra, Shellharbour Una!ndei-ra, Dapto, Albion Par.v, . Kiama, Berry. 11.10 a.m* from Balgownie, Fairy Mea'iow, Bisllambi, Bulli Ita.il way, Thirroul, Helensburgh, ! Clifton, Corrimal, Sydney, Scar-, borough. 3.30 p.m' from Nowra. 4.25 p.m. from Balgownie, Fairy Meadow (Wednesdays excepted), Helensburgh, Sydney. 6 p.m. from Mt. Keira, Keira,ville 6.30 p.m'. Port lyemtjla, Figtree, MX. Kembla. Kembla Heights. 7.15 p. in'. from Sydney, Woonona, Bulli 7.30 p.m. from Shellharbour, Unan ? derra, Dapto, Albion Park, Kiama, Dunmore, Gerringong, 9 p.in. Corrimal. MAILS CLOSE AT 8 a.m. for Port Kembla, Mt. Keira, Keiraville, Figtree, Mt. Kem bla, Kembla Heights, ; 8.15 a.m. foj' jBferlgownie, Fairy Meadow. Bulli Railway, Helens burgh, Clifton, Woonona, Corri I mal,' Sydnev. Scarborough. 10\ a.m.' for Nowra, Shellharbour, Unanderra, 'Dapto, Albion Park, Kiama, Dunmore, ' Berry. 10.15 a.m. for Sydney. 2....

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OUR NEIGHBOURS. KANGAROO NALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 29 January 1915

f OUR NEIGHBOURS. I? ^ * {From our Bxchajo#**.) ^ &V KANGAROO NAOJ3Y. ; .official opening of the new -''?V .'factory -at ??Glenmurray Hvill be cele-, ''by el picnic on the thirtieth ^^^%nstftnt, to which all are cordially pl^aVited. ' The picnic has been post- . X spotted to the above j date on account Mr. P. O' Sullivan's death, f/''-.; :' While Mrs. X. -Murphy and Misses ;-7 ©. and IC. O'Sullivan were driving - .home on 'Saturday evening, a shaft |S; -of the buggy Pulled out at the very -spot where the fatal accident ' pc- \ -curred lately to Mr. 'iP. O^SulliVAn. j V. MORUYA. ????''.. , '» Tlie Narooma publican, Mr. W. -1. ' Lynch, on Saturday last, paid the l-y 'high price of thirty-, our pounds for f8§|& 2the '^publican's booth right at corn, ^^.^ftjig-anjiual . raices. . ; The Moruya jockeys, A. MeTCeu/ie ;;,^^ f '®ink\^ Ryan rode the winners races at the inaugural f ' , Meeting at[ Berm'agui- flRyan. .won ?, t .-the first three events, and Mac. the fr^v ot^ief ...

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

H. S. Preece *. Red Cross Store, - -\ ©pp, Public Scboo), Tliirronl P£S!BSS -to notify tbe fiesidentfl of Thirronl and surrounding districtthat 2*e fcaB purchased the above store/ lately /-1 carrieflLon by Mr A. Webb, and by strict ^ t attention to tmsmeee, and A, Hoods at Sydney Prices Slope to receive a fair ehare of buBinBBS— 0110' ^ c trial order will do it *. ©ire him a trial and encourage local enter H 1* * CONTRACTOR AND BUra®#, V* '? * COLEDALE. ^ i~ i i, ' ' - -'tp \\ V i^vv ^ y- ' ^ .? '?? ? -- i'y 1' * ?^''v ^ , Repairing Properties a spebiality. Estimates I given for all classes of ?work. Letters promptly attended to * . F.O Cplednle I 1/. | GOVERNMENT SAVINGS BANK £500 I . MINIMUM I OF. NEW SOUTH WALES, INTEREST j j deposit. iHfl oflui u xoou-n, ni»ui. limit. Commissioners: — R. A. WARDEN (President), W. H. O'M. WOOD. H. D. HALL. Local Branch: CROWN ST., Wollongong. E. T. WHITE, Manager Sulli- Woonona Branch: Main Rd., Bulli. A, E. CLEMENTS, Manager SECURITY. AND SATISF...

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

R. H. HOWES, Tobacconist, Hairdresser, Stationer, etc. The beBt Brande of Tobaccos, Cigars, and ' ' . | _ Cigarettes always in stock | A splendid assortment of Pipes, Cigar and Cigarette Holders, Tobacco Pouches, 'Perfumes, eto. I have a large assortment of Toys , Post Cards, Stationery, and all kinds of School Requisites, Novels, etc. Have a Look at our Windows. ' Don't forget Our Saloon For a First-class Haircut and Easy Shave. Crown Street, Wollongong Groceries Groceries are a necessity, therefore QUALITY GOODS and BEDROCK PRICES should be your aim when purchasing. JOE WAH SOW and CO. with thier carefully selected stock of all the Leading Brands gives yon Quality Goods at Bedrock Prices. Give them a trial next order. Once a customer always a customer. Drapery BEJT HOUSE FOR SILKS ' Bargain Price is our Usual Price. Call or ring up JOE WAH GOW, and CO. UPPER CROWN ST., Phone 156 WOLLONGONG The Austral ?i ' Boot Store fir RELIABLE FOOTWEAR i ?' ' '' Agent for Perry's Gold Medal BOO...

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

AUSTINMER v (Our Correspondent. ) T,he wieather dn the early it* lining of lA^nniversary {Day— blistering J-e?,t] with a westerly 'blowiag—wta.8 not ! ; propitious for the continuance of tbe ; ? . children's sports postponed from Box ing Day]; however, bad as was the morning, the afternoon ,was ideal, ? a,nd the events were got through in . . tlie presence of a large crowd with) r scarcely a hitcb. There was soaie i slight misunderstanding in regard to the running off of the principal ev ? . ^ of the day— the Obstacle Rf.ce, wtiich was the cause Of a good tit al of merriment, but as this ottade it necessary for th-* race to be run over again, the spectators had the benefit. The following were the ev ents and the prizewinners: — Seventy-five yards tFootrace, boys under ten.— Jack Caiiil!. Seventy-five Yards, for girls under twelve. — Lrinda Matthews. - One Hundred Yards, -for boys under twelve. — jjiua Wicks. ; SJifty Yards for girls under ten.— Bessie Branch: Seventy-five {Yards for...

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

W.J,ipLLIAMS Byjilder and ? ? , TJ^ictertaker, '? - THlflftOUL Funerals ' / * Conducted in any part * i\ of the district. T XL. lk, BJDIU

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Government Savings Bank DEPOSITORS' INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 29 January 1915

GQvernment Savings Bank | DEPOSITORS' INTEREST. ? The Commissioners of the Govern ment Savings ? Bank wish to hring under notice that the Savings Bank* Amendment Act, passed in 1913, al tered the close of the Bank's finan cial year to 30th June, and interest is, therefore, not now added to ac counts in December. Depositors who have not already had interest to* June last added in tneir pass-books should forward them in order that same may be inserted therein* Some misunderstanding has .arisen among a section of the depositors, who have obtained the impression, through in terest not having been added in De cember, that the payment is deferr ed. They have overlooked the fact that interest for six (months was added to their books on first July last, in addition to that added on the previous 31st . December. All de positors have had their accounts cre dited to 30tK June last, and will in. future obtain a full year's interest on first July of each year.

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

SCARBOROUGH I At the South Clifton Colliery tho ? pay this week is only for four days, B caused by the recent stoppages. The B Tunnel mine has nine days in. Last' (» Tuesday there was a prospect of a K full week being got In. S Members of -the Wollongong Life- H Saving Club visited Scarborough last- 9 week-end and imparted instruction to the local surfbathers. There was an enormous crowd on the beach, a-nd the visitors were most hospitably en tertained. The rails and sleepers for portions of the duplication work here, are being placed in readiness to be put down, while the wihole of the work generally is being speedily pushed on. Last Friday there were quite a series of accidents near the Scar- j borough station. One workman had four fingers taken off, another had a thumb badly crushed, while a third was accidentally: struck over the- I eye with a large spawling hammer. The Scarborough Progress Associa tion held a meeting on Thursday, night of last week, when it- was de cided that a...

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