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

CRICKET. j Following -are the scores in the match Keira v. Excelsior concluded at Keira last Saturday, and . won by Excelsior. — 1 -Excelsior, first innings, 183. I Second Innings. Mintorn, st. bowled. H. Ring ? 11 Cook, lbw, b Edwards ? ? ? ? ? 6 Staff, caught, b G. Emery........... 37 | Bod'imeade, thrown out ? ; Eiastaway, c, b JH. Bang ? ? 1 Stumbles, bowled G. Einery ...... 2-i Bleb. Wilton, c, b G. Emery ? ? « Boy Wilton, bowled G. Emery.... Vo Clarke, not out ? ? ? ? 0 Tlux worth, bowled Cr. Emery ? ? 0 Sundries ? ? 8 [ Handicap ? ? w Total ? ? ? ? 138 Keira, first innings, 117. Second Innings. H. Rling, h.o.w. b Cook ? ? 22 JT. Rang, caught, b Bastaway.,.. 4 Emery, bowled Cook ? ? 6 korris, c, b EastaWay .................. - 1 Porter, c, b Kastalway ? © S. 'Jolliffe, run out ? .% ? H G. Jollilfe, not out ? ? ^ W. -Edwards, bowled Cook ........... ^ Qr. Elmery, caugtt, b Cook J7 Jplliffe, lbw, p Cook 1 Su--dri«3 ? ? ? H Total ? ? ? ? The surprise of the Comp. games on Saturda...

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

Delay is Dangerous We all rcmemjber the pretty atory of the little hero who - saved his na tive village in Holland by stopping with his hand throughout the whole of -a dark, tuthultuous night, (the gentle trickle of the sea through a , leaic in the dyke. Had he not done , so the wild, sea 'must surely have worn its way through the dyke and j flooded the village.- Similar danger j threatens us here. ^Hundreds of backs are aching, yet peqple are negiept ing- this warning and it's so easy to check . kidney disease if taken in time; but don't neglect the first warnings. Read how the danger can. be averted: — Mrs. George Wall, Kenny . Street, Wollongong, says: For months* I suffered a lot from backache and kidney trouble, v, -My back -***e so stiff and lame that I could not stoop or move quickly without in creased suffering, and ' even at night I got very little rest from the con stant ache. The kidney secretions ?were thick and cloudy, with . a',, red sediment, and this( I knew was* a s...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Septuagesima Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 29 January 1915

Church Services. I CHUiRCH OF ENGLAND. I Septuagesima Sunday. I St. M chael's, Wollsngong-, 8 a.m., H.C. and 11 a.m. Rev. Cr A. Stu)- bin; 7.1S), Rev. J. Poole. Port Kem bla, 3 p.m., Rev. C. A. IStubbin : Figtree, 7-15, Rev. C. A;. . Stubl l)in, Balgownie, 11, Mount Kembla, 8 p.m. Rev. J. Poole. Keiraville, 3. Mr. Mackay. Fairy Meadow, 7.15,; Mr. T. Marshall. METHODIST CHURCH. Wollongong, 11, Mr. T. Green, 7.15 Rev. J. E. Metcalfe. Dapto, 2.30, Marshall Mount 11, Mr. E. W. Luk tns. Mount Keira, 2 45, Rev. F. W. Brown; 7, Mr. F. Rastway. Mount Kembla, 3 and 6.30, Mir. J. Tarn.: Balgownie., 3. Rev.: ,T. E. Metcalfe; -7 Mr. .T. Walker. Bellannbi, 3, Mr. ?!.- W. Onions. Corrimal, 11, Rev. P. W. Brown; 7, Mr. T. ?Oreen. Port Kem bia, 7, Rev. F. Wj Brown. Keira viJle, 11, Rev. .J. 35. Metcalfe; 7, Mr. R. Clark. Bulli Circuit. Bulli. 11. Mr. T. H. Rendal; 7.15, Mr. F- J. Selwood; Woonona, HfRev. E Chapman ; '7, Mr. J . Cornford. Ooledale, 3. Rev. .T. E. Chapman. Thirroul'. 11. Mr. F. J. iS...

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

' 1 1 ? 1 ' . ? - . . ?? TO Subdivision at Towrodgi 'i K-n Tufo^day iMr - H. F. Cotterell ot, t i fered for sale a subdivision of , land , ^ on Towrodji Creek between that and JTowrodiji amt 'Pioneer Roads on J the west side, the terms being three - years. The land is naturally, well suited for building on; on the Creek * frontage there is a perfect terra.ee % slope, The gathering which sheltered from the hot sun under the auctioneer's- 'y marquee iwas a large one. Bidding. ? | however, proved slow, and the auc- . Jf tioneer had hard work. Sales were i — Lot 82 (north-east corner), £24. Nevison (.S ^ney{) , creek frontage, lot' S| 55, H. Waugh, 12b foot; S6, Frank :j|| Owien (Oorrimal), 10s; 74, II. 8 Waugh, 7s; ' 76, 79, 80, G. Rnobe? I| (Keiraville), 9s 6d; 01, R. Thompson ^ (CV1 fton), 8s 6d:j Sturdee Streets lot ^ fifty, Horace Fohnston (Clifton) lis; Towrodji Road, lot two, Mrs. A. VJ Cann,( 9s; fourteen, A. Gayman, Bal- Sti gownie, 9s 6d; .pioneer noad.lot 88r ' Bob Huey (Kato...

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

Husband and Wife Agree SOUND DIGESTIVE (POWERS RE STORED TO »Ai BRISBANE WOMAN. I ?Are you getting the best results from your food ? You cannot be uti- ( | less it is being properly digested, ( I for food cannot nourish your body, , and sustain your life, unless it is , digested. * I In the strenuous battle of life tne ] wear and tear our bodies undergo . i must be repaired by the flow1 of suf- ] ficient nourishment into the system This can only come about if the dir ' gestive organs — stomach, liver, and bowels — are in proper working, order); tc( 'which enid nothing will -proye xuore . erviceable, whenever symptoms of a disordered stoimach appear, than. Mo ther Seigel's -Syrqp. Mr^. 33. McQuade, of Bridge St., Fortitude 'Valley, Brisbane, jQueens-. land, ' writing on the 2S|th February, 1914, says— '-Mother Seigel's Syrup is really a most -wonderful remedy t for biliousness^, indigestion anjl head aches, and after an experience of its beneficial 'action as a family medi cine escte...

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

-18 *1 irnrrinnuiiflnri imnii r igi The Carl Ecke j Piano has been giving a vast amount of pleasure in thousands of Australian homes for the past thirty years. This instrument is perfect in tone and touch, has a very fine ? appearance and is built to withstand the most trying climatic con ditions. Hundreds of our appreciative customers who possess a CARL ECKE PIANO, tell us that the instruments retain their beautiful tone after many years of constant use and that every inch of the construction remains intact. We sell ECKE PIANOS fully guaranteed and on easy time paj'ments if desired. Illustrated catalogue and price lists are post free. j^!^338 George St, S Y D N E Y. I '^Always a. success iu i * J' 1 ^ idling goes wrong v EH! S ' with the cake in the baking. P» IJk W «i Those who are wise will [ l| j «PlSg Ml, ' 1/jifi be sure to obtain and use : / &V iSliCR I II III '* 'Dn Waugh'« BakingPow- I P i|| KbSH# dcsr'— only''l3r. WaujW'^ HHHH \ ? _ s forall purposes, and makes §

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

Iji!/ ~ AUCTION SALE - K Frank Young If:' T I AS be°n instructed by James Steel to ?M ? pi sell tbe whole of bis ? wt, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE mfr* Consisting of 2 spring mattresses with bed ?f - arid bedding, suite of furniture consisting ?ft - ; of large chair. 6 'small chairs of handsome ?V design, Austrian chairs, dresBer 2 Gipsy ?It ? ''tables, 2 large tables, windvw bl.nds and ?j''' Cornice poleB, deckchairs, large quanity of ?EC/ „ new crookery, 6 dozen preserving jars, door IP * mate, catpets, tubs, Cooking utensils. IE.' , , gardening tools, and a host of sundries, a ?te, * quantity of good oilcloth. § Mr Steel is leaving for Queensland and the JL* , sale is without reserve. The furniture and fe . effects are all riew. The'sale takes place at tbe residence: of Mr p.' ^ Bowater, Gwynneville, Eeiraville, next) | Monday Afternoon Feb 1 £ - AT 2 O'CLOCK SHARf. § FRANK YOUNG, & ? ' Auctioneer. Clearing out Furniture £ - Sale I; v CORRIMAL. j§ To-Morrow Saturday W - ? AT 2.15...

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

SPORT ♦ BOXING. — n — Perhaps It Is because Bert Barrett Imagines he will get a real try-out with Alf Bromwich at tbe Star to morrow night that has mad© him so captious about his training. Bert hasn't trained so strenuously for a contest since he defeated Billy dle, and when he does himself full justice m this respect one always sees him at his best — fit almOBt to . box any lightweight. Of course, Bromwich doesn t think Barrett in-i easiest of lightweights to ^defeat in twenty rounds, and he, too, has sat isfied himself and backers from . the manner in which he lias trained, »box ' ing, etc , with his pupils at the lo cal stadium. A five pounds sidewag er is pending on the result. Tim prelim, to the main contest looks an interesting one, as both Barrett's and Bromwich'fl sparring partners are engaged — Billy Irwin and Dicki-j Johnston. There is a vast ' difference ' In the weights of these two lada. but Johnston is such a vigorous box er that 'he surely will 'trouble the heavyweigh...

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

CONTRACTOR AND ' OOLEDAIiB: Repairing Properties aispecjalify.' Fstimatw *.?-? given for all classes of worV, Letters promptly attended ,to ' ( t ? P.O*CoIcaale,

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Entertainments GROWN PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 29 January 1915

Entertainments CiROAVN PICTURES. ' ? Un last Monday- evening the pic ture of greatest interest was a war series which brought before the house scenes in the seige of Antwerp* par ticularly of the landing of the Brit | ish there. The big picture iwas an ar tistically executed story of a dancer who falls into the snare of a wealthy (iber tine, and, being discarded- later (for another, takes to the water. Wd | see the last of her ready to plunge. 1 The picture had its warning, [ This evening, in addition to the pictures, Marshall Crosby, from the I Tivoli, will sing. On Saturday the programme will include ?' The Last Will,' and 'a Keystone comic; also latest war gazette, and, again, 'Mar- shall Crosby. ..The usual' gift matinee. L/YTTOiN'S DRAMATIC COYi ) This company will play in Wollon gong on this and Saturday nights. On the first nan^edr will be played 'How Hearts are Broken,' and on Saturday evening 'The Fatal Wed 4ing.'' The popular Miss M!adge Hope is in leading parts. ? The com...

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The Sydney Band Contest [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 29 January 1915

The Sydney Band Contest Balgownie is mightily pleased with the idoiogs plt.the Balgownie Brass BaJid ; in the llat'e ittter-sta,tei contest | in Sydney . Tffe ; Band, under conduc- j tor,: Mi*. iR- ferant, had been assici- ] uously practising fr some time-.i They came., ik their competition * (B. i Grade), seirenth. /The ? judginent, j which 'placrtl tiiem second to ^rw- I castle ^ Municipal was hailed with j great isatjffaptipn, the position being a most creditable . one 'for this hand. The presA -report of the performance of the p&nd says, that *;Tannhausef' bounded eumbitiojis, but the jnstru «nentaljfets - were worthy of their workc-^d ^ave-^an appreciative read ^ng/' t^f^los ^ -w)&1e ^fldflwratile and' «hade ^ ^i^lfjilly dis ^crytmln^te^.^^rh^' band Vere accompa 'Died frbmr^e^lgownie by p/^num^er of -supporters^ v Members^ 'Secured sotave |honors^' the sdlosi : 0; ^Siflaiotis, fir^t In bp-ritone^ R,.^iGrant, seconds in so -pratio cornet sola; - J : ? Rexnfry, th...

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

Wrestling The wrestling xn$£ch . between O., Be.tton, of;-.GorriimeJ, ^ind J. Laiwson, Balgownie, is adjourned to- ;2Jode''s:. Grounds, - on f Saturday, Feb. 13th. - 1(|nontMy imeeting of the Ooun- | cil. Masters11 1 Chapel, G-rand JJnited ' Grder^ .Oddfellows Wollongong^ iwe.^ - held ^n the v new /dining hajl at , iDqyJels Fr^ernason s Hotel, ojn Sat I urdg,y^ night ja^t. Abb'ut twenty were i ptesehi- including visitors from HeL ensburdS 'ia id adjoining lodges. 'A from the Sj^dney Chapter wfU I be iield next \nonth. 1 ' *

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THE SURF TUG-O'-WAR. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 29 January 1915

THE SURF TUG-O'-WAR, — i (To the Editor.) ; Sir, — I beg to be allowied space n I your valuable sporting columns to ! ?draw tne attention of the public to | the way in which a section - of tne \ North Wollongong jSurf Club are boasting over their brilliant win in the Tug-o'-War at their Surf Carni val on Anniversary Day. I am not making any excuse what ever for- the defeat of- th© Wollon gong branch of the Royal Lifesaving Society, but I want the sporting public .: to know the unsportsmanlit'je procedure of the event. In the 'first place the North Wollongong Surf Club pulled a ridiculously light team from their own club; trow this it can ae seen they (were not at all exten_ ded. llie Lifesavers had to meet the : sturdy Cronulla team iwiho beat us last season. ,Ttie pull wras so evenly contested that we just won in the tune linjit (five minutes)|; bath teams were., completely knocked up — myself included-/ jWe were, {immediately ord eredi to 'get ready,' with the re j sujt 'i (th&...

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THE WAR. Sydney, 1.6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 29 January 1915

:THE :WAR?|fl Sydney, l.fi p.tm. ?JH iAJthough the Gemnans planned a ?ymEL great effort on the Kaiser's ( birthday '-1^1 it' did not turn to thejr advantage, 1 |H ? as ^ all tG^rman attacks were.']repi^rgj||^jH 4ie' enemy's total losses on Mon-J ( j^'^fRiesday certainly reached* the strength of a brigade according1 .-?gBB to number found dea,d on the ground east of iYpres and at I-a Basse and jffl Ciraonne. In Argonne, Woevere and . ? j|H 'Vbsges the enemy' s losSeq must have -3 exceeded twenty thousand.. t Several German aeroplanes, bound i 'for a raid on Dunkirk, were inter- jq| oepfced^ ?'?;1^/B!dti^^ay3at.^rs,, and a _ jB ?fijght ensued at a height {of six thou- -^1 feet. Tibe British, machines were f fjM o'utnum'bered -by tfw^lve to tJiree, 'but k|H pursued the IGrermans, tuid captured . one aeroplane with its pilot. J'Jm| Britisji aeroplanes dropped several bombs on sheds ?? at . Gjhistelle, doing i considerable damage. »?

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

ILUWRRA MINERS ' 1 -The surface hands 'wages question is still unsettled. The General Sec. was in Sydney to .day. Some anxiety is' felt as to what ''jjjll the outcome of the resolut oa. not _ - -S to 'work iwitK any who are not pay- j||| ing union dues may' be, ? , The following teami will represent , : Keira II. against. Bulli II. at Bulli, j 5| on Saturday^-C. jRing, J. Coltman, ^ ?| C. Spriggs, N. Emery, -A!. Fernery, l.| E. Best, A. Jolliffe, O. Parker, J? | Swift, !N. O'Neil, R. 'Mrce, ' Rang; (12), T. Morris (13).,. 'r! : ======,-' 1

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 February 1915

fnow^Efft 1 r ^ fl ? | yf If^Orv Foot »w IW0LFE5 IscmAPPS I Wiih Yom. I Itisalall Times 1 AServiceable 1 Stimulant. COMMENSSTUCKEy TIIE ILUWWM.MM|»a! FACTORY - KpIRjV ^fSEET. Awarded lfctprizBRfly&ljShoW;, Sydney, 1918 i x-x/ ; New axtf ^eeona-Ji^C VeUoles in Steak Paintingabd Bepaira^ieatiy and^qiokly- ,i ?executed. v ' , Tyres Tighi^ed~-ottr Bystem. is perfect. W,C.iMLMOB$, Manager.

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WOMAN'S WORLD HOUSEHOLD MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 February 1915

WOMAN'S WORLD , HOUSDHOlLD MEIMS. When the fire has burnt very low, and only a 'few red cinders remain, a little sugar put on the live coals and set light to by a match will make the fire burn up quickly,, *'?*** Celery is a, specific for rheumatism and spinach is goad for rheumatism and gout. For sleeplessness lettuce is an excellent remedy, whilst ner vous persons should eat potatoes. A stewed onion is excellent lor a cold. ? ? ? ? V Soap -used for household purposes .will go twice as far if it is cut into suitable pieces and well 'dried before using-. , * * * * ' One of the best ways to clean iv ory is to boil it in a solution of alum and water about two hours, and dry in the sun. It will look equal 'to new. Another way is to 1 burn a piece of pumice-stone in the oven; scrape it into a fine powder moisten with a little spirit of ' am monia, and with it rub the ivory carefully. To clean carved ivory i- figures, take equal parts of powder ed whitening and methylated spirits and mak...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 February 1915

v ' Motherhood ' 'Motherhood V as 'the* late J3J\' Talmage observed, 'is ihe noblest aspiration of womanhood In its-hest . sen^g. There ist- ^pmfethi£g:laeking «* t£e-home jnto fY^ufcersfl tliB -'little ttrDdger** of hpBban^ *md w«b complete. 4 ^gk-rf -valuable. Infca^ people -Wto ^i#d Jrt*® JS&wi& ^rf» WefepP? anyone who xjuts ^out' this *,dvt., ; and sends it to PIES' OftTXTOE dP^mEAjt/TH,^ 1 Oxf- d Str et, ' :' :;Q*»e^^aJ'r-'J:;-|§| :' No matter how- many years your I 'A' ^.NSSlfeJaS hate lias been grey, no matter -fl ;:. '?-? what caused it, or even if your ? fl . '-:-i* -.Vyk^faBs , liair be quite white, Surmanol, the ''?-' '-£ftSSfaj0Sgi wonderful; new English remedy for ' ? fl .. grey hair will bring every grey . thread right back to precisely tli.e ? ' colour - it . was before greyness fl - . . V crept in. It Will do this in fl ; Wvm:0H the amazingly aliort time of a few fl ? f ; S3 weekt. You then leave off using fl ,1% -it for ever, because so long as life ...

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BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 February 1915

[?] 'Wollongong team for the B. Pen- 1 . ifl nant match with Corrimal on Cor- -9| rimal Green, 03th instant.— T. iKier- * hiW^ Han, F, O. Wiseman, 0. M. Reeves, D iF. Allsep, T\ Byron, F. Figtroe, J. 'S H. Parsons, J. Byron, .Tl, Bees, A. / iSettreei (N1. Smith:, T. Burlipg. , Coach. Heaves green at halfc-p&st one sharp. Wo^Longong Club are ceremionially openilng their enlarged pavilion next 1'Jh Wednesday, and a special game has xf,f^B been arranged. Public cordially , in-, M v&ted. ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 February 1915

A Heavy Load Keeping a home going is a very heavy load *=~~ now - a - days ; what with the effects of the war and new taxation causing prices to rise all round [?] HALE'S SUMMER SALE! Starts Saturday, January 30. 3w«^g SHORT! SHARP! SENSATIONAL! The Summer is ending — Surplus Stock must be cleared , our Price-cutting is a Par&lyzer ; hut it's your opportunity to: take advantage of HALE'S SUMMER SALE, when £L will go as far as 30/- elsewhere Some Sensational Sacrifices . - - Lots of others. White Muslin Blouses New styles, prettily trimmed — usual prices 2s 6d to 3s ltd Sale Price, Is U|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 and Lengths — usual price 7s 9J, 9af64, 12s 6*1 Sale price 5s ll£d, 7s 9d, 9s lid. Per fair. ' Men's Pyjama Suits Good Materials, well made; — usual prices 4s lid, 8s lid Sale price 3/11, 5/11 Girl's American Tunics Smart Cut, well-trimmed, g...

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