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SCARBOROUGH [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 1 January 1915

SCARBOROUBH Five and a half days will be -paid for this week at the South Olitton Colliery, while the employees at thQ Tunnel Colliery have eight days in.' } The Scarborough Progress Associa tion decided at its last meeting to go into recess for three weeks. The members think that the Shire Coun- ( ciiiors will be pleased to hear tms, ; as the comlcuittee have kept the lat- j ter busy attending t0 Scarborough's requirements during the past year. Much indignation is expressed here at the apathy of the cemetery trus tees, who have for the past nine months t^ken no interest whatever in cemetery affairs, the result being | chaos and confusionv It would be j better if those who are in office against their inclination would re sign and make room for workers Quite a number of visitors found their way here on Boxing Day, but the weather did much to spoil the day for them. Surfing is freely indulged in since the advent of the reel, the presence j of which* in the hands of the Surf (Jlub give...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 1 January 1915

Mack's Hospital FOR FURNITURE and UMBRELLAS, KEIRA STREET j (nextJarman's Store) I Sole Agent for Illawarra District' for Christie's Renowned Umbrella 1 ? Re-Covers. *. The Best Furniture Polish (any] stain), 6d and Is per bottle '

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Entertainments CROWN PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 1 January 1915

Entertainments CROWN ' PXCTiI3(RKS. - The programme on Christmas Kve had as star a drama above the average in merit. It was a French production AH army oilicer, much against the sentiments of his parents weds an opera singer; later, as col onel he is asked to sanction the uni on of one of his non-commissioned officers to a ' Icafe ?» singer ; he orbids it; the girl maVes an apj enl to the colonels wife for sytfH^v \r, as having herself been i»* a siui-'.ar position. There was a war (nutlet, one item of which -was B^br'an ar tillery in action. An Australi--'j- Ga zette showed happenings of inton^t, about the great cities. On this (Thursday) evening will'he shown what is described as a mag nificent nautical drama entitled 'The Cruise of the Molly Ann.' Then, in Friday's programme there are two outstanding dramas, and a Keystou'el farce. Far Saturday evening a leng thy drama 'The Ring and the Man' , is the chief picture, supported by a Keystone comedy. ? ST. LEON'S CmOUS. This great in...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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HELENSBURGH [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 1 January 1915

Helensburgh At the Police ,Court,: before Mr, Mliott, S.M., Toim Bryan, riotoii' |)t?ha!vior, fined 10s ?; .Jim 'Garrett, drunk and disorderly, 10s; Arthur lioyle and Ted Boyle, drunk, 10s or three days; Isaac Davis, drunk, ?0s or *st}ven -days. Michael Conl^in, Jas. Gile, Arthur Collin, and John Rao, disorderly, fined 10s. Thos. Davidson riotous, fined 10s or tthreo da«ysj Wan. ' JTartnesH, riotous, 10s or 3 days. Henry Rhodes, indecent language, 10s or throe days; same, riotous be - haviour, 10s or three days. TV'*)* St'Urq-eon, indecent , language, fined '20s or seven days. .1 ohii Wilson, drunkenjiess, 10s. John Hawikins, in decent laneuaoje, 10s. Henry Clark, .Tames Tlak'er and Joljn Williams, ri otous behavior, 5s. Edward Boyle, Alfred Shall wall, Krnest Stapley, and Denis Barrett, drunk, 5s. Mich ael 0'K«efo, drunk and disorderlv, 50. Henry Heed, drunk and disorder J ly, 1 Os; Alfred Lille, 5s; H. -51ynn, *'-s, John Williams, 10s. William W. T ? j ? i_ ? _i - « AjutMiurut, ur...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 1 January 1915

Ladies Your health should be your first consideration. It is truly said. Manjr ? women and girls suffer unnecessari ly when a liftle knowledge may ^ save them years of pain and misery. ^ Every y?6ih an and girl, ?whether a ;f sufferer or not, should possess this Movlpdce. which will be iouhd In I the ?'ifatura' Health' GfUde. This valuable medical guide should be in . every home and will be sent free on receipt of 2d, to cover postage. Ad- v- dr-?ss Department EDI, ' Natura '' Health Co. (Mrs. H, Clayton, man ageress), Canberra House, 297 E1lz* abeth Street, Sydney ♦ Noah's Aek^ Grown Street, Wollongong

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 1 January 1915

A SPECIAL DESPATCH From He brings Joyous Father Xmas Tidings to all. Our dear old friend . Father , Xmas arrives to bring happiness into the hearts of old and young, and to demonstrate the success we have, attained in providing A Fine Assemblage of Christmas Presents and Novelties At LANCE'S Palace of Fashion It has not been an easy task although we made our purchases for the XfTldS Trad© some time ago, but we have succeeded with surprisingly good results, which will create a keen sense of satisfaction with the people of the district, when the fine display is witnessed at our grand I1I AS C AR N I V A L Which promises to be one of the most successful events in our business history We're Not Downhearted - Not a Bit. As we have most sanguine hopes for the future, and we feel it a duty to encourage and stimulate CHRISTMAS trade which is always associated with joyous anticipation and realisation ? v 3}: v : ' w'l-:-: 'H ^ V -,r . . . : ?. := 4 Bargains. Xmas Gifts for Every Age. f ,;f.~...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Oddfellows' Sports [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 1 January 1915

Oddfellows1 Sports ^%-Qd?WeUPFs of Bulli on Boxing Day earned out 'ft program of sports as,„:has long . .been their wont. On this occasion the ground was Ball's Paddock, ; which is^ the third change of venue of.41ie^:spori*, first been held On BuUi Point, then in the Brick Paddock. The gathering wag rather below average; the pro gram, in consequence of heavy show firs, had to be curtailed; otherwise, all was satisfactory. The Band, as' oj old. contributed tothe enjoyment. Mr, Jaiines fixray wais judge, with Messrs' ^. Glnas and jKirton as ref-»b6e.s* Mr. H. Veigel AVia^ starter, and Messrs. Alf. Clarke and .1. Clatke had charge of the- track. ALL-COMERS' HANDICAP, 120 yds.; first £15, second ££; 3rd, £L. ? First Round.— First heat ; A. New son, 22ydis', W.O. 2nd Heat ;? L. J; tone, 18yds., first- F. Horton, 22 j'ds., second. , Third Heat— H. -Gordoii S3yds-, W.O. Fourth, heat : H. jJa vis, 21yds-, first; H. C. Wilcoc^son, loy-ds., B. fGoulson, 14yds. Fifth heat: F . J' . Tolhurst, 2...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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WOMAN'S WORLD HOUSEWORK AND HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 1 January 1915

WOMAN'S WORLD HOUPEWWRK AiNl) HEAI/L1H jV hFirst and foremost, -be. sure, you I': have plenty of fresh air in your 5 :* house, and especially in the rooms in which you work, otherwise no ; work could be healthful, no matter 5: , how. light it might be. Be sure that there is plenty of pure, fresh air to breathe all the time you are work ing. It will restore energy, buildup strength and make of housework what it should be — a liealthgiving ex Next, be sure thcct you are dress ed suitably for your tasks ; short B^irts, allowing unimpeded ? move ment, no tightness about the neck, ] wrists, shoulders or waist to restrict freedom in any -way, easy comfort able shoes, with low, flat heels. Un less you are comfortable and free in every movement your tasks will tte , bugbears. 'When you are comfortably, clad and have plenty of good, fresh air to breathe in, then go about youi tasks 'with a light heart, knowing, that housework is the most benefi cial exercise in the world, if rightly performe...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 1 January 1915

Grey hair is caused by the oolo*r ~ : glands. of . the scalp .becoming too weak, tokeep up the supply of'oolourforthe bair. ? Old age, sickness, , worry, -ihock -^1 ' will - do . . ' tlri E , Surmanol makes ; tiiese glands so strong . .and healthy . again that soon they are -once more * ' pupiping— pumping colour into the fiair* Thuir every trace of greyness is ; -'blmished. You then leave off. using * Sunrjanol.becausedayandBtght.year in, year out, in 'sickness and in health these colour glands never5— never cease ; . : puin^ing^-^ui^i^r^lour int» .the v' . - - hair, thus 'inakitig the return' of gray ; ness impossible'' No. matter how very- - , grey or white your hair, ,or*how many years Jt has bees so, Surmanbl,' 'in A few short. W^ks jvill trinc .'badc 'e^ery grey* thread to precisfely'the colour it . was befqre igrpyqesa set in.'.^lt isr «/- (post fre^5/8),*';:frdnr The Edg^worth ; . Laboratories; i|®offnung*s- Dhambete, . Pitt. Street, Sydney. N.B. — Surmanol is tit-f Describe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 1 January 1915

Sun Kisses ? When the *kin is 1reckl«i and tanned, 1 brown,«allow, muddy, harsh and Ehow-T ing those ugly brownish stains and. ?? . iriuddy patches, that seem to settle upon the face no longer young, then Atlunol will amaze you by giving vou a new- ~ complexion. A little rubbed into; the. skin at night— just that for a little whiler^and then 'lol as«if.. touched by « tlie Magic Wand of the Good Fairy »( Skin' Loveliness a new skin emerges. This cloak of freckles and ta'n that has - settled upon your skin like a shadow. isv removed, and yoursliinniadeascleir,, i' fresh, soft, .and gladsomely pretty as', that of 'an' English 'gentlewoman. How !....; amazingly diJTerjmt you; wUl, then;. look; , without ~ the freckles .and , tan— how, : much prettier, younger, wore womanly ? and more cultured. Price, -3/6 po$t free, from The Edgeworth liabora^s tories, Hoffnung's Chambers, 16S Pitt'] Street Sydney, &\S.W. : ? ? ' w | I The Coastal Farmers* I Co-Op. Society, 3Ltd. | STATION STREE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 1 January 1915

H; E. HARRIGAN MOTOR GARAGE. Wollongong. TELEPHONE HI, Wollongong. | Motor Gars for Hire Day or Night See the Sights of Beautiful Illawarra by Motor Car. All Day Tourist _ Trips via Mac- jC _ . quarie Pass, Bowral, Mobs ? Vale, Kangaroo 1 Wollongong ^ Also vi a— Bulli Pass, Cataract Dam, Picton, Bowral Robertson, to Wollongong. All Cars driven by experienced men with a view to the comfort of patrons. ? i All Motor Requisites kept in Stock. REPAIRS of Every Description Executed Viz Gas ana Oil Engines, Separators, Sewing Machines, Bicycles Motors. Turning and Fitting done. Nickel Plating Silver-Plate Ware. Guns, Revolvers. Brazing— in fact, everything metallic. THERE'S A HOT TIME COMING. ARE YOU PREPARED FOR IT 7 ! The Australian Climate demands the use of ?' 'White Shoes and Frocks during the Summer. The Penalty imposed by Nature on those who insist on wearing dark materials is ? 8hours.:each day while Summer lesfcs in a perspiring, un comfortable condition; 8 hours each day longing...

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P. L. L. PICNIC and SPORTS AT DAPTO. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 1 January 1915

P. L.L. PICNIC and SPORTS AT DAPTO; The third annual picnic and sports, in connection with the Dapto branch of the 'Political Labor Ileague claim ed attention on the Showground, at l-apto on Boeing Day, and notwith standing the fact that rain iell at frequent intervals, the maior portion of the programme was got through with commendable precision, while the snort was of a pleasant and interesting character. The many ?counter attractions, the war, and the unpropitious weather conditions were material factors in mii.c«'uig against the attendance reaching pre vious records, but despite all this ^ sum of over twenty pounds :was' ta'keit at the entrance gate, and as a sub stantial sum was realised in - ho hall (where dancing was In progress -throughout, the day and evening), to gether with a liberal response in the matter of entries for the various events, the promoters are happy in .-the knowledge that when an adjust ment ot all accounts is -made, the balance will be on the right side. ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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CRICKET. I.D.C.A. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 1 January 1915

CRICKET. I.D.C.A. Tho Competition will , be cointinued | on Saturday next, when the fifth | round will be completed. interest ed clubs please note. 'Wollongong will complete their match with Flinders, on the .Green at 2.15 p.m.;. each side has had, one innings and Flinrkrs lead by six runs. The Junior Competition will also be advanced On Saturday, and the following is* the draw — Balgownie v. Keira, at Balgownie. Waratah B v. Bulli, at Bode's. Waratah A., a bye. Wares tab A will play Holds worth, Macpherso'n and Co., Sydney, a friendly match, at Stuart Park. The members and office bearers of Flinders Cricket Club engaged in a match at Bode's Grounds on Xmas. Day, and a very enjoyable day was spent, parried played the Single. Mr. T. Sloan and E. puckeridge were the umpires. The married members, who appeared to have a better knowledge of the game, proved the winners. The scores were — Married . Batey, retired ? ? 53 Nfeil, c Hutchinson, b Sloan ....... 11 Edwards, c North, b Murray .....

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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SPORT. BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 1 January 1915

SPO R T . BOXING. lAJlf Bromwich, the New Zealand j lightweight champion, has begun his boxing class in Wollongong with six '! pupils. This should soon bring local ; iv;. boxing up to a better standard. ' ? ? ? ? The StcBx' management are bringing - * together what appears to be* a good j ?natch, viz., Jack Darcy (the runner- , iin tn Ren Dovle in theOlvimPia tour- j lament) and Bill Rudd. They are to meet at the local stadium on Jatiu ary 17th, and the services', of Arthur'*' Scott have again . been secured to . handle this 'classy' contest. /?-???'; « » ? ? If ever a lad was deserving of a; f'' twenty-round contest at the local stadium, it is the rapidly-improving Balgownie youth, Dickie Johnstone ; !rf* for the form he is showing at pres ' f erit rianks him in close proximity to ? the South Coast champion, Bert Bar rett. A match -between Johnny ill er (another improving lightweight), . v and Johnston should prove a good1 ' draw card for the management of I'.-, . the Star if it co...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 1 January 1915

? Why Should j Women Suffer Old 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 book dealing with the 1 maOter of pain and suffering as af fecting womenfolk, and which tellg how thousands have been restored by a simple home treatment to per manent health aftier years of pain, will be sent free to anyone who outs out this advt., and sends it to Dept. A. 70, LADIES' COLGGEGH; 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 * Alow mind fr's' h ^ ,'-v!utw?rer b~ r~^| Ship Brand ? ^ S Two packets go as far as ' P three packets of any other s ; make-that's ECONOMY. It makes the most delight- \ \ ? jr ful Blancmanges, Custard U~w- Am, 11 Puddings and other 'IM delightful dishes that are I served up with stewed fpuit 1 \ (i var and good at all times— jyi Bf \ j\ ) w\ that's PLEASURE. A / I* a -Ship Brand Corn F...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 1 January 1915

M fewlill&c * KaxfxiinJ^ DaiT join be|«Taja§Jl fa all South Coast Resorts. Terms pi .dfurat^. or ^ I I GOVERNMENT SAVINGS BAWK I r^oo I mi&jm jOF SOUTH WALES, INTEREST ] DEPOSIT. Head Office: 11 MOORE-ST„ SYDHNBT. ! LIMIT. Commissioners :— R. A. WARDEN 1 President), W. H- O'M. WOOD, H. D. HALL, Local Branch: GROWN ST., Wollongong. R. T. WHITE, Manager Bulli-Woonona Branch: Main Rd., Bulli. A, E. CLEMENTS, Manager SECURITY AND SATISFACTORY INTEBEST ?re the leading features of this Institution. Deposits received from 1/ up wards. Interest paid at 8% per cent, on first £200, and 3 per cent, on excess to £600. The Bank has 130 SKJJTCK2S, and oyer 600 *a£N0XE0. No agencies at Post-offices. DEPOSITS GUARANTEED BY TOE GOVERNMENT. 3i% I ? I 3% ' INTEREST ON By order of the Commissioner*, ON EXCESS FIRS? f200- ' J. H. DAVIES, Secretary. TO £500. THESE AND ALL CLASSES OP JEWELLERY MADE AT MY SHOP IN WOLLONGONG FROM YOUR OWN GOLD. OR TO ................ . ? ? ? ? ? ? T''.N ? OR...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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THE MESSIAH [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 1 January 1915

THE MESSIAH On Christmas night the Illawarra [District Choir rendered 'The Messi ah.' The Town Hall was more than three-paV'ts full— a very good audi ence for this kind of enter tainme it ill Wollongong. In all parts, vocal t and instrumental (Wollongong Or f ohoafrn \ +Vi« rendition wnr» from- the audience expressions of high appr-j. ciation. The choral singing was marked by fine harmony and pre- sion and good interpretation ; the 'solos were surpassingly good. The i soprano (Miss Mabel Batdhelor) cap tivated the audience. Mr. Charles Schmeidt, the bass, proved a most worthy selection, and shared with Miss Batchelor the- warm apprecia tion of the audience. Miss Elsie Kettly's - contralto) rendition was also of a high quality. Mr- II. G. Messiter (ten of), although «ot of th-? hijrh vocal quality of the other solo jsts, maintained the standard of in terpretation. 3lr. Prott, the conduc tor, and' the choir and (orchestra are emjueu to inauw ior uibu enuri.. The takings will, it is es...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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NEWCASTLE NOTES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 1 January 1915

NEWCASTLE NOTES It is estimated that a sum of three thousand pounds will be req uired to place the ocean baths and buildings in a suitable condition for swimming purposes, and as funds are not available, Alderman Moroney proposes that the council 'should call for three thousand season tick- ; «t-holders at one pound each. West Waillsend Council has an offer from the Caledonian Coal Coy. to light the town by electricity. A plebiscite is to be taken. West Wallsend Colliery had a stop page last week in consequence of a wheeler refusing to take a horse in on the ground it was not fit for work. The suspension of the Government i proposal xor ine estaoiismnent oi a township at North Stockton., upon the lines of Daceyville, is looked up on as being only of a temporary character, and it is Confidently ex pected that the twenty thousand' pounds will be voted for the work oi building artisans' homes.

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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ATHLETICS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 1 January 1915

ATHLETICS. We have received copies of the pro gram of the Camobelltown Agricul tural Society's Athletic Sports, to be held on Anniversary Day. These are available to anyone interested.

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Russia's Faith [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 1 January 1915

Russia's Faith Tlie declining faith among the Rus sian clergy presents, says a Russian observer, a melancholy picture, whefn this ie added to the enormous fact of the faithless Russian people. For centuries the Russians, declares Mr. Menshikov in the 'Novoye Vremya' (St. Petersburg), have been known jis the most religious and churohlov ing. Their wavering faith now gets little support from orthodox priests who 'are preaching the gospel, not because they believe in it, but sim ply as a means of earning a liveli hood.'' The first symptoms of de cline were noted in the fifties of t'xe last century, when seminarians of the type of Dobroluhov and Tcherny shevsky (two well-Known i-tussiani writers of the nineteenth century), became the leaders of radical nihil ^ ism. The writer proceeds— 'For about' a thousand years 01 th odoxy has existed among the Russi nn people. For about a thousand -ears the poorly educated but »ie -out clergymen have been able to communicate their faith to the good ...

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