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

BALGOWNIE 'Through, the beer strike the town ship is very quiet at present. It ? ^ ^^8 is stated on good authority it will ^ | have /a big influence on the No-Li- . oetjse' vote next election. ; The mines a, re working fairly) well, ?' although-' there is stated r to ? be1 'indl- ' cations of broken time in the near - -'*-3$ future. Mt. Pleasant lost' one diay ; this week, and 'wiill have but ' eight v days for the pay. ' Trouble is likely to occur at the ' local collieries over some inen not ' „-5|1b beiix^g ,'iin,';tUe -.'iuiiipn, Jas unionists consider that -it' is unfair for them to .have 'to pajr all- .-.costs' -for 'bene- ?. fits of' an award, whilst .slackers; ''.vAi^Bi A rifle club has bfeen fornied with g membership of fifty. A' range be (EfoiCkey's?'is' ' ti^g ^p^otioted' 'for.';'' '- .

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

Will you see me about your Teeth next Pay Saturday? To bring my expert services to the door of my many lllawarra 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 nay 30 years' Sydney experience in dentistry. My methods and systems which have banished* pain from Dentistry are there, ready to save you discomfort and guarantee yon satisfaction. NO CHARGE FOR ADVICE OR EXAMINATION. MY TWO SPECIALITIES, Patent Suction ' Never JHove ' Sets at Three Guineas Fitted with my special flexible suction which makeB falling plates an impossU 1 bility. The labt word iu modern dentistry. My Special Set at One Guinea Beautifully modelled, and guaranteed to give the same satisfaction and service as the usual TEHEE GUINEA SETS yon get elsewhere, Y TEETH FITTED IN ONE DAY Xf you yisifc me at either of my Sydney Surgeries. My NEW ' , LIVERPOOL STREET SURGERY ie very handy to fchf» v Centra) Station. , ^ SPENCE...

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

UNANDERRA ^ M The Farmers and Dairymen's Milk receiving depot, - near the raiLw lv station, is nearing completion; part llfEfl of , the machinery has arrived, and _iH iwil. be placed in position at once. 'ffil The end of tlie present month| should., see everything in working order. Mr. A. G'. Burgess refused an oflor JBB from Messrs. Gralvam Bros, Mayfield Downs, of fifty pounds for his'cliaitt- *-^8 pion two-years old Shorthorn heifer gmS Plpyaway. . At handicap sweepstakes sailing HhB race for boats seventeen feet and un- .'ian der, takes place on Saturday, start- 9B ing from Mullet Creek; and on the jSH Saturday following two matches wiill BUS be. sailed — one between Mr. A. Mas seys Manley and Mr. p. House's 'Es ther, and the other between Mr. T. v. . flH Duncan's Juanita and Mr. iG. IParkes' i SMm JDdna. ? '* Mr. J. Smith, who, is shortly leaV- . »1H Ing the Hake to reside in Wollon- r^H gong, has resigned his position 'as :laB secretary of Lake lllawarra Aiuateur ,w£m Sailing ...

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

Earned, Not Bought How*, hard it often is to earn and : maintain a good reputation, and j how easy it is to lose one. As with ja man's reputation, so it js v ilh other thing's in this life. Some , things achieve a reputation which stays with them. They are founded ? on intrinsic* value. They face the public backed up by honesty, and 1 work their way quietly and thorough ly. People want no better proof of merit than is Contained in the , foll owing experience: — Mr. John Newton, Hopetoun St.. Bulli, says: 'My back ached so sev erely at times that' it was -&s much I as I x could do to keep at my work. .1 am a . miner and have a lot of j b{ to tiGj which increased tho i|iain, so you can imagine what I j had to put up with. I had been prettjr Bad for a long time when a 'mate/ advised me to try Doan's Backache Kidney Pills. I sent off for bottle, and . started with them right away.' It seem?' incredible1 but it's; a fact that the one bottle cured the. I have no sign of backache n...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Belgian Fund [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 February 1915

The Belgian Fund Hie final list of the Wollongong special effort is as follows — Amount previously acknowledged, £323 lis. 6d; Tarn, J. 5s; 'Rleeves, C. M., £1 Is, May, J. £1 is, May, Mrs. J. £1 Is; Hoyle, J. 10s; Beatson, J. A. £2 2s; Town Hall (Intercession, ser vice) £6 13s '6d|ji ????jWUnley, Geo. 5s.; Winley, Mrs. 5s; Delargy, J . I0s; 3 i Proverbs, 27v.. 13s; Farquahson, J. 10s; Roblin A.' 5s; Settree, (AS., £1 ; Stoyles, J.. F. B, £1 is;; iPucteey, C. '£1; Saunders, J. 10s; Robertson, W. G. £2 2s; Robertson, Mrs. W. G. £1 Is; Wollongong Caledonian Soci ety (per Mr. J3V, Grieve) £8 8s,- Mbl ster, Iffiss, £2i; Hale, A. F.,. £1' Is ; collection boxes in shops, £10 0s 6^ collected by: -Miss Wokfeford (on the showground), £4 7s 6Jd; Mclnness, C. 1AJ. £1 Is; Young, Frank, £2 2s. Mcffnness, Mrs. C. 'Al. Is. Total, £375 8s Id. JAJs a result of this appeal a sttm of £370 17s Id has been forwarded to the Belgian Consul. Since received— «AV E. Elliott ^1 £s¥f Hgtree and Sons £10 l'Os. ....

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

Municipal Prosecutions. In the Wollongong Court on Tuest 7 day, Mr. Nicholson, sanitary inspec - tor, prosecuting. ! On the Wrong Side. ?Frederick Ball plea-ded not guilty , ?-: to a charge of Hot driving a ve hicle as near to his proper side as ? practicable. Mr. Lysaght appeared f for the defence. The inspector de - , nnmxl to havinc seen' defendant on B|Ft Christmas ©ve betwleen ten andele ven p.m. keeping to the right side, when he should have kept to; the ~ left side; emddavored to stop him KsjA going along Keira Street; there was Bpf.r--- nothing to stop defendant being on ^piv ' the proper side. ; By Mr. Lysaght'. Bid not see that ' defendant was doing his best driving Epp|.-v'..' through vehicles. Defendant, a resident of Woonona, E'' in reply to Mr. Uysaght, deposed 'he R?}pf- had Imuch j driving 1 experience and had n never been before , charged with any ; fc(r«ach in connection thei|jstith. Was '?J. standing outside I/ance and Co's. on . the occasion waiting for a lady ; ...

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

BAPTIST OHiUIRCH. Woonona, 11,' 'Tlhe Lord's^ Sup per;'' 7.15, Baptismal Service,'' Rev. E. J. Rogers.

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

CONGRBG-ATfrONAL CHURCH — n — Wollongong, 11,. 'Help from Be yond the H}iils.' Communion; recep tion of new members. 7.15. ''iNTlaa man and the Captive Maid.' Keira ville. 3.30. Rev. C. S. Olver.

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

CURRENT JOTTINGS Melbourne Press are viewing the transference of the Federal Ministers to Sydney with some misgiving. 'What is possible for a week or ten days,' says one, ''may be possible for a year or ten yjearss' Mel-, bourne sees in this move the thin end of the wedge. As a matter of tact, Melbourne has had a longer turn of the capi tal than was contemplated by the Constitution, and in Mfiev of the slow, slow progress at Canberra, it is quite a fair proposition that some other Australian city should have? a turn. The present position of Canberra is that the board formed to deal with the Parliament build ings is in a state of suspense, one member of it being an alien enemy, The name of the place is pronoun ced 'Cannbera' and spelt ' Canber berra.' Uhis is a common vagary in | the making of English, to spell a j word one way and pronounce it the- 1 opposite : . j The 'Wall Street Journal'', of New i York reports the views of a German j manufacturer and bank director who1 had just ...

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

PRE SB YlTiEiRtlAN CHJUiRCH. Wollongong, Fellowship u4ssocia tion, 10; 'jThe Friendship of thr World,' 11; ''The Greatest Power of Tlo-day,' 7.15, Rev. D. McKay B-ar net,: Bi.A. Balgownie, 3, Rev. D. Mc Kay Barnet, B.'A. Woonona, Fellowship, 10.15;' 'Spir Itual Worship,' 11; 'JJivine 'Ha.r mony,' 7.15. Preacher, Rev. iA. G1 Palmer. , , ' Kembla Charge. * Unanderra, 1*1, Mount Kembla, 3 Speaker, Mr- Parker, Sydney. Port Kembla, 3, (Unanderra, -7.15. Speaker Pastor D. Getranell.

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

P Message of Economy. W, Look at the Lots K;. that are detailed iu and realise the . ill § Money-s a v i n g Bjj Opportu nities m OUR SUNNY iSi SUMMER p ; SALE t presents WALTER LUKE & CITS * ' SUNNY UMMER | ALE. I NOW PROCEEDING. I At which everything of passing fashion, I every remnant, ever j odd lot and broken S assortment, everything not perfectly new, I must be cleared out immediately, no matter I what the sacrifice. We are offering our I entire stock at prices whose lowness is I certain to make' you marvel. 1 || A Sale that will make all other Sales look Insignificant. 1 IpManchester Dept. Green Fl'ette Tabling 1 now 0 8§ picked Damask 54in. wide . ? . 1 0£ now 0 10| ^^aiia66k 54m. wide ... , 1 3| „ 0 10| :Sbeeting?Mini ? wd. 1- ,0| „ 0 10|| Inched Sheeting 54in. „ 1 1 ^jHoneycoriib Qailts, single 3 1.1 „ 3 3 * double € 11 „ 4 11 ^pptied Bed Spreads ... 4 11 „ 3 6 . y^olored Madras Muslin ... 1 6 ,, 0 10J &|P£«$Hed Window Muslin... 1 0| „ 0 8| Mercery &amp...

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

METCIHOODIST aHiU|RlC(H. Wollongoiig, 11, Rev. J. B. Met calfe; 7.15, JRlev, J. W. Harrison. ^ Dapto, 2.30, Marshall Mount, 11, Rev. F„ W. Brown. (Mount Keira, 2.45, Rev. J. W. Harrison:, 7, Mr. J. W. Onions. Mount Kembla, 3 and 6,30, Mr- IB. W. Lukins. Balgownie, 3, Mr. J..« Hughes; ,7, Mr. W. Hayiman Bellajmb'i, 3, Mr. J. iW. Otoions. Cor ri-m&l, 11, Rev. J. W. Harrison; 7, Rlev. F. W. 'Brown. Ufeanderra, 3, (Rfev J. IE. Metcalfe. Port Kembla, 7, Mr. D. Mitchell. Keiraville, 11, Mr. J. Hughes; 7, Rev. J. E. Metcalfe. Bulli Circuit. Bulli, 11, Student; 7.15, Rev. W. N'.- Lock. Woonona, 11, Mr. F. J. Selwood; 7, Student. Coledale, 3, Student; 7, Mr. H. Anderson- Thir roul, 11, Oaev*. W. N. Lock; 7.15, Mr. Ray Clark. ' \

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

LADIES! BE GOOD TO YOUR HUSBAND'S WIFE 1 Gome and participate in the harvest of real Bargains we are happy to b6 able to let you reap. 1 /gUMyX \SALE/ Millinery Department * s 8 d s- d ' Sniffin Ladies' Tiimmed Millinery ... 12 6 now 8 11 MP „ .» ,, 21 0 „ 14 11 ii « )t ??? 32 6 t) 21 0 SB Ladies' Ready-to-wear Hats ... 4 6 „ 2 11 ^ »» »« n ...7 11,, 4 11 ?- Pan-Dan Hats ... 2 11 ,, 1 11 iffl Ladies' Colored (Jntrimmed Hats I 0 3s lid to 5 11 „ 1 11 All Black Untrimmed Shapes ... 5 11 „ 111 IK Girls' Muslin and Net Hats ... 15 6 „ 8 11 Children's Ready-to-wear Hats ... 3 6 „ 111 ? Infants' Muslin Bonnets ... 2 11 „ 1 6 5 Underclothing | I. ' ' , .^-JI .. » „ «xi „ ,U | 5 Ladies' Calico Pombinations ... 2 6 „ 1 11 Jm Do. do. trimmed with embroidery 8 6 „ 2 11 © Calico Knickers ... ^ ... ... 1 9 ,, 1 3 1/ I A large quantity of Manufacturer's eample Cor- ^ sets, all going at one price, ls lld per pair. U !— ? — ? ? ? - ? ? ? ; ? ; ? '—j ? ? ? ? ? : ? ? ? ? ? 1 ' This Year we are starti...

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Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Sexagesima Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 February 1915

Church Seryiees. . CHimCH OP- EN&LIAND. ? - j Sexagesinna Sunday. 1 St. Michael's, Wollongong, 8, 11, H.C., and 7.15, OEtev. O.- A,. Stubbin. j^igtree, 3, Rev. iD. A, Stub bin; Kei raville, 11, H.C., (Rev. J. Poole Mt. Kdmbla, 3, H.C., Rev. J.. Poole . iPt. Kembla, 7.15, EQ.C., Rev. J.Poole. Balgownie, 7.15, Mr. Mackay. Fairy Meadow, . 3 Mr. Marshall. Bulli, 11, T. J. Foote; 7.15, Hev. P. AV. Dowe. Thirroul, 11, tAJ. Moore 7.15, Mr. Foote. Woonona, ll4, Rev. P. W. Dowe; 7.15, Mr. H. -G-ibson.

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

. Little Girl Suffered with Croup for Months i 'I have found Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery .will cure Croifp when a dozen others medicines 'have proyed complete failures;/' writes Mrs.* LydiflJ ; Hardy, Railway Street, Cook's Hill, Newcastle, N.S.W. ** Before. I used Dr. Sheldon's -New- Discovery, jmy little girl was suffering with croup for :three months.-- She was bo had that . when slie coughed she wpuld gq bla9k in the * lace and tfears would roll from her eyes. I often thought jfeh^ was going to choke.. She vwa$ worst at night. I really did -j i not 'know how, to ease her. I had I iHed : so many different - things, and 'they had all failed 'io give any re lief. I .was in despair when a friend , happened to , call And she_ recommen ded, me to try Dr. SJheldon's 45Pew-. discovery. I did bo, and icfter I had given l&r v a, couple of doses, the cough . was less frequent jatxd ahe jsjept for a little. She was com.-* plete^y cured in a very s)ioTt sp&ce ; land I honestl...

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

Special Notice to Ladies. Will ladies please note that Mrs. C. iE3. RiAJ5^Q(R,'' the highly qualified ; lady representative of the ?'?Natura' ' : Health Co., Sydney, iwill be visiWg Helensburgh, on j Monday, the 15th February, twihen she imay he 'seen at the l^ragott- Hotel from ten api,^ to 7.30 p.mJ Ladies^WihoBe health is causing anxiety are*' strongly advif ed to1 consult .her, and learn j how good hepltlr inny^e' restored £o TMfeans'of ^he wonderful ^Naturjt Home Tfceatemfent.ttmt has cured ;so miany* thousands ?ol w,otaen and oris*. charge whatever is-made^fo- cf»n* sultatjon or ^adviioei full '-raUKe; of all medicines is -carried. Meanwhile, ^opened postage for free* Health' teiulde ^^r Wdtmen to Dept. V-t. y^atura]' ' Health Coi, 2®7 | 'Dr. WaughV Use it, and ytiur \ |i|ij 1 cooking will always be A.J., and Cakes nMull and Puddings lovdy everytimc. - || » . Ill ^ nCW liP W'1^ PatCDt 'c*er ^ ' j ' J ? ? ? ? ? ? £» AMERItAH KEROSENE I1§m^ |pn m Hie Vacuum Oil Company's % I New...

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Citizens' Association [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 February 1915

Citizens' Association annual mBetii^j* of v the Wollon gong and District Citizens' 'Associa tion was held in the School * ol - Arts on Tuesday evening last. Mr. p. Young (president), occupied' the chair, the attendance being small. The secretary's report was of a comprehensive character, aod gave a detailed account ol the business ac complished by the Association tor !. the year. In moving the adoption of the re port, the .President congratulated the secretary on the very clear state ment of the, doings of the Associa tion. He said that much good work had been accomplished; there had been no clashing with the municipal bodies, and there had been a gener al desire to ? do » good for the town 5? and district. Mr. E. Chapman seconded the mo tion for adoption, which was unani- j tnously carried, jpf -Che treasurer's (Mr. J, 'Wilson), sft1: ; statement showed, that the year had He v been started with £2i.l7s lid in ;T hand, and finished with ,a credit or balance bf XI 9s i 9d. The = inco...

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

1 1. P. CJOTT £ BELL Auctioneer & Valuator Central Sale Booms: BULLI-W0ONONA Oldest District Auctioneer A Commissioner for Affidavits and Sworn Valuator under ] Real Property Act Sole Aqknt fob — | Coxton Estate, Corrimal Rothery Estate, Corrimal Farrell s Subdivision, Balgownie RuBsell Vale Subdivision, Bellambi Artie' Subdivision, Bulli McCauley Park Estate, Thirroul Coledale Subdivision, Coledale I Littos and all Particulars Post Fbbb i ? ' ? ? — . ? inij Is that ^TjHB Yes, that is ==- our number. Hy. WOODS & Co, Market Street (Near Church of England). fg-EKEB AX. t?,AB36JH!BS. Forwarding Agents to. any ptr of the States. All classes of Vehicles for Hire. Special Turnout for Commercial Travellers. Furni ture Removed, Packed and Stored by Experts Coaches meet all Trains. Letters and Telegrams receive Prompt Attention. , Efce MOST MODERN I MOTOR GARAGE, I Keira Street, Wollongong. 8 FULLY EQUIPPED WITH UP-TO-DATE MACHINES, fl AND IN THE HANDS OF ' . . S TRAINED MECH...

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

I To Avoid Sick ? jfieadaoh^ Many people suffer at regular in tervals from sick headache. General ly -they can tell hours in advaircc when an attack is coming on. 'Thfj trouble is caused by accumulatian of pofison in the digestive : organs, j and when a certain point is reached this poison produces nausea and the J attack/ follows. If sufferers would take a dose oT i Pinkettes, the new. laxative, at in tervals, these distressing .attacks may be avoided. Pinkettes are dain ty little, sugar-coated ovals that arouse no feeling- of repulsion; and they act so gently that they are the ideal laxative to use in correc ting a. tendency to, sick headache. They have no unpleasant effect to ' make them. objectionable to the ex : tra-sensitive sick headache patients ' Old-fashioned hcursh purgatives will not do at all in such cases. If you .would like to try them, send for a j free sample to the Dr. Williajtns' i Medicine Co., Sydney, mentioning ! that you read of them' in ' The: ^ South Coast T...

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

PRODUCE MEBOHANT AND . ^ . Commission Agent Successor to The Farmers' and Settlers Co-op Society, Ltd.. Wollongong. District Agent for McLean's Mild Oared Bacon ; Barnes' MiM Cured B&con : Crago's Diamond Floor ; Baltic Separator ; Campion's Carbolic Sand Soap. Agricultural Seed and all Farm and Dairy Produce always an hand. Wholesale Buyers Supplied at Sydney Prices Trial Consignments of Maize, Egg's, Chaff, etc., solicited. Immediate Returns Given. Telephone No. 29. CROWN STREET, WOLLONGONG \ ? J ? : ? ? ? ? ? Crystal Fountain. J. PABKIHOT Cordial Factory, UPPEB CBOWN STBEET Wollongong. Telephone No. 64. All goods manufactured by the firm are Guaranteed under the Pure Foods Act. Confectionery I Refreshments .Cook & Comforth's UP-TO-DATE Refreshment Rooms. Tea and Coffee, llot Pies* Soup &c Afternoon Teas English, American & Australian Confectionery, O&dbury's Chocolates Specially Imported Ices & Iced Brinks Cook & Cornforth C...

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