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

I Helensburgh Druids c The St. Helen's Branch of the U. A .O.D. held their half-yearly install ation of officers, when the following were installed into the various offic es— Al.I)., Bro. Thos. Ryan; 'V.A., Bra. 'Wtoi. Davis; secretary, Bro. A. Weeks; assistant-sec., T. Weeks ; treasurer, .{Ri. Stainer; J.P.A., ilro. Win. MacKinnon; A.D-B.. Bros. W. Read and A. Taylor; J.Q., Joseph Madjo; O.S.G., Thos. Morgan. Alter the installation, Bro. T. Ryan en tertained the members to refresh ments, and a good social evening was put in; songs |were sung by Bros. R. Jones, Hatch, Read, Weeks, Morgan and Higgins. ' Bro. A. Taylor was presented with IP.A. collar by the branch. . Bro. A. Weeks, on behalf of Bro. William Parkinson, presented the branch v^ith an enlarged photo, ot the officers of St. Helens1. WS; hearty vote of thank^ was moved to Bro. Parkinson- for the 'donation, and the toast of his health was honored. The toasts of the evening were, The King, and Our absent Brothers. The evening...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Mayor's Tramway Proposal [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 29 January 1915

The Mayor's Tramway Proposal »? The following Is the mirtute of the Mayor, submitted to the lest meet ing- of the Wollongong Council 'From time* to time for BOime years past efforts (hitherto futile), . have been made to secure a tram Service I to link up 'on the south) Port Kem bla with' Wollongong, and on the northern side Thirroul and interme- 1 diate area. It appears to me that ; the present time is opportune for 1 renewing our efforts, especially as I have been informed by a member of ParHaoiient that Mr. Griffith is like ly to consider such a proposal fav orably. * rt'The construction of a new sta tion opposite Bourke Street, and al so ''the contemplated opening up of a new road leading to KeiraviUe, lends weight* to a reasonable considr eration of our long deferred hopes, and I am of opinion that a moder ate scheme with prospects of immed iate and adequate revenue will be more likely to succeed than a larger and more comprehensive scheme em bracing the whole district. 1'In ca...

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

Pale Faces Out of Fashion. Girls and young women at one time actually cultivated pale, sickly looking faces. That -was some years ago. Better sense prevails to4lay . and no beauty with a rosy tinge of j health would willingly sacrifice' this natural charm; still there are many ! girls who 'have no roses on their j cheeks, because their blood is not j in a pure, rich condition. Tliey do not thrive; their stooping figures and dult sunken eyes indicate the j unhealthy state they are in. If Ihis I bloodless state is neglected the anj j aemic girl may become *a semiinval id for life, and no man 'wants an j invalid wife. Other miseries afflict the girl who lacks pure, healthy blood. She had headaches and nervous attacks; suf- j fers from backache; her ?appetite dwindles, and, she feels too\ languid j and weak to enter into life's recre ations. Only one thing can save her, and | make her strong and attractive, It j Is new, rich blood. As a bloodbuild er that brings back health, a ' well de...

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

- | Imperial Hotel CLIFTON. mmmmm ::rA VISITOBS to Clifton will find this New '! and .Up-to-date Hotel replete with every modern comfort and convenience. ,,.J Good Attendance, Good Table, Homely and ^ Comfortable. . . | Slerated, salubrious position, overlooking ^ the oeean. Fall Board, or separate ? 3 tariff. Terms Moderate. -Ui 1 . ?? '-'wJiff3! Best Brands of Wines, Beers and Spirit* ' always; stocked. ' ^ George Williams Proprietor. | ? ? ?? F. A. SWAN fl Carrier and . ''o'lj Contractor. Furniture Carefully Removed. 1 Sulkies and Coaches for Hire. Picnic Parties driven to any part of the district at reasonable rates j 1 ? ' I I Cm. i j . m' . Address : . CORBIMAL STBEET, Tel. No. 60 Wollongong *'-.5 ' * . V - ' \ Will you see me about your Teeth next Pay Saturday? To bring my expert services to the door of my many Illawarra patients, I have a splendid fitted Surgery over the Princess Theatre, Woonona, Which I Visit Every PAY SATURDAY. I give YOU there the benefit of my 30 years'...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Surfing Sports [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 29 January 1915

Surfing Sports The North Wolldngong Surf bathing j and Lifesaving Cliab fitfd its lirst annual earn val on the beach, Stu art Park, on Anniversary Day. The attendance of spectators was ex ceptionally 1 orge and keen interest was manifested in the proceedings. The visiting Lifesaving Clubs wtry from uronulla and Collaroy, and the members of these, together with the representatives of the North Wollon gong nndf Wollongong Clubs, were responsible for some very fine dis plays. The North Wollongong Club proved its superiority m almost ev ery event. Tr the Grand Par'ade and March Past the movement of this c^ub won approval on all sides. 'They got the prize, and they certainly deserved it*. Mr. R. Wotton, as the secretary, managed the carnival in a thoroughly capable manner. Every Item on the programme was got through with the utmost precision, and the interest at no time flagged. Messrs. O. D. Patterson, .1. B. Pyrn. and S. McAuliffe were .present, rep resenting the Surfbathing Associa ti...

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

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

COL EH ALE Work was in full swing at North Bulli mine this week, and, provided the surface hands are satisfied with the increase offered by the propriet ors, matters promise to go on again emoothly for , some time to come The whole of the 106 coke ovens are now in operation, and a lartro output is being maintained. Hie r.ew manager fMr. Miller) has re-arrang, ed the whole staff outside the pit, and new faces are nowl to be seen in several of the princip&l positions. Whe mine continues to maintain an output which is very satisfactory. The residents of Coledale are very .wrath at the action of some young tnen who appear to be able to find ' no other place to bathe than in the towin water supply dam, situat ed on Coledale Heights. Such beha viour as this is filthy in the ex treme, and it is hoped that those responsible for it will speedily bo made an example of by the author ities. On Friday evening last a number of friends assembled at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. A. Moss to ...

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

PATRIOTIC WOUjONTOKG. j On, Sunday evening, filter Church' services, there was a large , assem- 1 blage in the Town Hall, the purpose 1 of (which was announced as patriot ic dnd intercessory. Ladies .were in the largest proportion. The Mayor (Alderman iLance) presided, and, in troductory .spoke of the, situation, makincr an appeal to the vniinc nif»n to respond to the call. The iRev. O. S, Olver offered prayer, the Rev. D. M. Barnet B.A., read a psalm, and' there was an address by theiRiev. C. 'A. Stubbin; he , found a resemblance in the position of the British na tion in this iwiar to that of David in the. rebellion of Absolm. We were fighting with kindred peopl^, andj.wia# it not a fact that as AlbBolm forced th© war on . David, Germany 'had. j forced the war on Mngland by at- ? tacking Belgium He endorsed the ; chairman's appeal to thep'oung men. Nothing coujld hearten war-tired men like seeing re-inforcements com- ' ing. But the, best help of all was ; Prayer, ! QElev. J, Metcal...

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

I Grey Hair j S Jt is wonderful to see liow quickly, H liow thoroughly, how easily, Sur- j H inanol remedies the greyest, whit- j 9 est hair. If you started using it J B to-dav then within a week you j n would notice the old pretty | I natural colour creeping: back into I J every prey thread. Day by day J ? the grevness gets fainter and S I fainter until in a few short weeks ! | every trace of it has t,ronc. You | I then leave off UEinp Surmnnol for | ov-»r, because so long as life lasts I that grevness can never, never re I turn. Surinatiol is a wonderful ,5 tonic for the colour glanJs of the fi hair, and is the only true remedy ? for preyness in the world. It is , m not a dye or stain. Price, 6/» 08 (posUiye, 4d. extra) from The H Edgewortli Laboratories. lloff 9 nunsr's Chambers, 163 Pitt Street, 3 Sydney. When writing describe Eg hair troubles fully. You remem- , B| hey the old pretty colour of your j|f liair before it went grey? You B| use Surmanol, and just watch it H coine ri...

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

LADIES! BE GOOD TO YOUR HUSBAND'S WIFE abte tolet^ou^reap^6 ln the harvest of refiil bargains we are happy to; be I SUMME Rj— ? — — : ? — \SALE/ Millinery Department § Ladies' Trimmed Millinery ... 12 6 now 8 11 » » .» ... 21 0 „ 14 11 »» »» »» ... 32 6 „ 21 0 ^ Ladies' Ready-to-wear Hats ... 4 6 2 11 1QJ ' »» »? ? 7 11 „ 4 11 Fan-Dan Hats ? ? 2 11 ,, 1 11 Ladies' Colored Untrimmed Hats O 3s lid to 5 11 „ 1 11 ffn Black Untrimmed Shapes ... 5 11,, 111 M Girls' Muslin and Net Hats ... 15 6 „ 8 11 Children's Ready-to-wear Hats ... 3 6 „ 1 11 I Infants' Muslin Bonnets 2 11 , l 6 1 . ? Underclothing White Embroidered Underskirts, richly trimmed, W 15s 6d, now 8s lid Ml White Embroidbred Underskirts, trimmed Torchon O I#ace, now is 6d M Labiea' Colored Satin Underskirts 8 11 now 6 6 I Colored Cambric Underskirts ... 4 6 „ 2 11 j Colored Morie Underskirts ... 3 11 „ 2 6 J B,ack « s m ... 3 11 „ 2 H j Ladies' Calico Nightgowns ... 2 11 „ 2 8 1 « .. ... 3 11 „ 2 11 0} Ladies' Calico Combina...

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

Why Should Women Suffer -%d time logic accepted it as a matter of cold fact t!hat women were made to suffer from girlhood to the grave. What a monstrous doctrine ! A hook dealing with the matfter of pain and suffering as af fecting . womenfolk, and which tella how thousands have been restored by a simple home treatment to per manent health aftfer years of pain, will be sent free to anyone who cuts out this advt., and sends it to Dept. A. 70, LADIES' COiLiQEXxlii OF HEALTH, 54 Oxford St., Syd ney. Ladies visiting the City are cordially invited to call and chat over health matters with the Man ageress * Mr. G.H. Walker Dental Surgeon, GROWN STREET, WO] LONGOKO Telephone 33.

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Letters from Egypt. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 29 January 1915

Letters from Egypt. The following are interesting ex tracts from a letter receive by Mrs. R. O'Donnell, Unanderra, from her son Fred Muir. The letter is da r ted from Cairo: — At last, after seven weeks on the smterr we are again safely on dry land. 'We were very surprised when they informed us at Port Said that * we would land at Alexandria, and * proceed to Oairo. j We wfere blessed with exceptionally fine weather all the voyage ; ' the roughest day we had was the day we left .Sydney. Our fleet consisted of twenty-eight boats and the New Zealanders had ten, making a total of thirty- ?.igl it without escorts. *' ' ? ; (Albany lis a pretty little place and has a fine harbor. We left on Sun day, .after having vbeen there a wee*. I ^ .. The ships were formed up into three | lines with a warship on each, Hunt. | We had to keep all our lights cov ered when !we left Albany, on ac : count- of the 'Etaden Heing loose some Where in the vicinity. .We 'were divided up into messes of eighteen,...

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

D. EVANS, Opposite Poet Office, - — BULLI, ? ? For Stationery, Tobacco, Cigars ana High-class Confectionery. Local Agency for Christie's Umbrella Recovera. Latest Patriotic , Music. Violin Strings and all Musical Requirements. Iced Drinks and Peters' Ice Cream. I®°' All Orders promptly attended to In Ordering ? YOURSUMMERSUJT : made by J. nf HEAiLEY are many — Comfort, Smartness, selection of Materials— ensur- ' ? 'J. Distinctive and Moderate in - 1 j. iThealey, . UPPER CROWN STREET, i ? ? ' . ' ' : '? ? ? '-..Jl Just what you Want ' i And always Something New. There's au important point to remember — After the Consultation — ; The Prescription— Then the Chemist Something raore.than the Doctor's Prescription is needed. The moBt skiUed physician may prescribe, but Nature must *be aided by Pure and Fresh Drugs. Besides guaranteeing accuracy in Dispensing your Prescriptions ?we assure you of the highest quality ingredients, expertly mixed, v under personal supervision. YOU W ILL PIND O...

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

BULLI SHIRE COUNCIL. ?At* the meeting pn Monday last the following Councillors were pre sent— J. Davidson ('President) , Tres idder, Coulson, Robinson, 'ilarper, Kirton, Cotterell, Wallace, Wynn. That Bulli Pass Matter. » As a matter of privilege Councill or Cotterell wished to make it clear that he had- nothing to do with ta king Woods away from the work on the Rulli /Pass y Hoad, over which there had been much discussion at the previous meeting, when it was asserted that he took Woods '-aw^y to attend to a contract at Towrod 1 ji. In justification of his statement, he submitted the following dates : Friday, November 13th, letter to Woods re Towrodji contract; Satur day, November 14-th, Woods called and got plan of Towrodji Estate ; November 15th, inspection made of 1-andj Wednesday, November 18th ten der received; November 23, tenieE*ac cepted. Meeting of Gounqil agreeing to work on Bulli pass Rioad, Mon day, November 30th.—' The explana tion was received as satisfactory. Correspo...

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

Mr. V. WILSON | DENTIST, CROWN STREET, WOLLONGONG I AIbo Branch Surgery — B MAIN ROAD. BULLI I ? Opposite Mr, H. F, Cotterell. I Honrs— 9.30 4.30 — Wednesdays eioepted* I l Diamond & Buby Ring 15ct. gold— 40e, 45s ' 3 Diamond — 70s. Diamond & Buby— 40s. Hall Hoop, 5 Diamonds fi 10s, £5108 Diamond and Buby, Half Hoop £4 15s £6 15b Wedding Rings — 15ct. 15s ; 21s. I8ct from 20s ; 9ot. 10s 6d Quality Guaranteed * Keeper Bines 3ct. Gold24s Wedding and Engagement Rings A Speciality. DIAMOND HALF HOOPS, MARQUIS, CLUSTER, & CROSS OVER RINGS from £4/10 to £35 Sings Made to Order A. BRICKWOOD, JEWELLER, CROWN STREET. v Opal and Diamond Ring 65s 4 i Diamond and Buby or Sapphire, 55s ? 15ct. Gold Dress Rings Diamond and Ruby, 40s Diamond and Buby or Sapphire 60s, 60s 18et. gold . Gent's Garnet or Amethyst Rings, ^7s6d^0s^25^^y In Spite of the Germans business here still continues as usual. All that is latest and best is here in Seasonable Household Needs. ; We are now r...

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

CLIFTOR I The Coalcliff Colliery has been working well during the week, and trade is said to be good; Mr. T. I/. Chapman, baker, OLit ton. has purchased the two houses which have been used as railway promises, and which are situated on the site where the new Scarborough railway station is to be built. The buildings are in a good state of pre servation, and Mr. Chapman is now I re-erecting them, as cottages at Scar- } borough. On Friday a lad named Edward Smith, n employ of Clifton NewsBg ency had 'a fall from a horse while riding down Clifl-rd.* . From, Friday ^morning until Tuesday afternoon the unfortunate! lad j- had. not regained consciousness, but 'his condition had 1 much improved. Beyond a slight cut on the lip no outward injury is no ticeable, but it is thought that in falling1 his brain was affected. Just how the accident occurred is not known, as the lad had delivered a paper to a man about a minute be fore he was picked up from1 the roadway. tTo make matters worse, the la...

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

DAP TO . \ On Wednesday, in the Methodist Church' Mjss Sanderson, of West Dapto, was united in wedlock to Mr. Simons. Rev. Brown, of Corrimal, was the officiating clergyman. Mr. T. Moorehead, of Dapto, is ?having extensive improvements car ried out at - bis residence, including the construction of a 'large dining . room- and a side verandah. . fn; ; Entries/, for the forthcoming Dapty r- Show are coming in freely in all'sec tions, . and the secretary is of the ^opinion -that this year's re-union : will be the most successful yet -held at Dapto. The -whole of the princip al cattle breeders -ih the district, will . be exhibiting stock, -which should be -sufficient guarantee that in this de -a'' partament ttare will be npthing lack .V ing. Mr. Smith's fine viliq, rpsidence'ov % -erlooking Mullet Creek is now, on - ' the eve of completing. Men are also engaged building two motor launch §! ' cs to the order vol jMr. Smith, and it Wt, \ is understood that the erection of a If; „ boat-shed...

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

1 — ; ? ALBION PARK j In the Albion Park Police Court on Wednesday Frederick Milne, until; recently in the employ of J. -G. Mit chell, whose business premises were jbnrnt to the ground some weeks ago was charged with forwarding threat ening letters to Ameera Box, owner of Mitchell's premises. Mr. J. W'. Russell appeared for . the complainant : ?Box ; -while Mf. Jj ysaerht'appeared for the defendant. The evidence disclosed that a number of letters had been received by Box, referring to hum as a black ? — , and threa tening to burn do-Wn his premises. ?Fixpert evidence w«s given as to there being a similarity in some of the writings, but Mr. Lysaght held there was a, deal of difference in the spelling of some of the words used. His Worship (Mr. Elliott V said there was a doubt in the matter, and he would give defendant the benefit of it. Information dismissed. There was a big exodus of the re sidents from here*' to Kin, ma Show, on Tuesday and Wednesday last. The sanitary contract of ...

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

PATRIOTIC ' At - the Belgian Fund movement meeting on Monday evening the list ,w&JB opened. ^During the . evening Miss. Allman, of Sydney, a pupil 6f Mr. OLmrwrence Anderson's, gave appropri ate recitations. -Receipts: — i Amount transferred from Patriotic Fund, £252 2sj; -Master Builders' As sociation (per II. M. Parsons) £3 3s W.Z. £,% Wade, Mrs. B. C. £2 2s, Kirkwood, Br. W. L. £3 3s, 3-odd, R. senr. £1; Russell, J. W., £3 3s;\ Fitz 'gerald, J. D. £3 3s; Mayo, J.. A., £2 12s 6d; Mayo, Mrs. J. An £2 12s ' 6d, Doyle, P- T. £1 Is, Lysaght, A. ? A. £10 10s; Kay, Rev. 10s 6d, Tho mas, W. B. £l Is, Parsons, Henry, 1 £1 Is, A'llsep, Miss 5s; Olver, Rev., ! 10s ©d, Barnet, ? QEtev. 10s 6d, Met calfe, Rev. 10s ,6-d; Parsons, 'A. W, ' £1 Is Holmes, F. ' J. 10b 6d, Easta I way. E. S. L., £1 Is; Wiseman, W. J., £2 2s;. MtePaul, G. £2 2s; Lance, W. £3 3s;. Budden, H. S. £1 Is ; Martell, Miss, £10; Peterson, J. ! T. £1 Is; Fraser, R. A. £l Is; Par- j eons, (Li. 10s*6d, Sinith, N, £1 1^...

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BOWLS. The Pennants. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 29 January 1915

eowts. The pennants. On Anniversary Day Wollongong and CorrirkiBl played their B Penn aht rink jaiatch, ^Woilongohg -won by ' Oorrimal and Woonona; played tliei^ pairs; woonona won. W. IJees of Woonona, in singles) ,wor^, from Corrimal; scores 31-28. « ' T4ie next 'rink match* is between Corrimal and Wollongong, on the Corrimal Green, next pay Saturday. (In the Al Penhgnt Competition, Wponona has won two 'gasnes and lost three, i ?

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