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North Illawarra Council [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 February 1915

North lllawarra Council At the jmeet'ing on Wednesday ev ening all the aldermen were present. Correspondence. Frotml the W. and S. Board, in re ply to application to have water supply extended to streets in Fern hill, intimating it would be necess ary to provide three approved guar antors lor an estimated | deficiency of revenue of £36 10s. Alderman Broadbent mentioned the needs of Corrimal residents of wa ter supply, which they wiere denied. On the motion of , Alderman Payne, who explained the position, it was decided to reqjuest, the vendor of the land in question to become a guar aotor. It was decided to accept Surveyor , Weber's terms for -snaking a survey ? of the road to connect the- proposed North Wollongong Station with the Kefra Village. i From Constable Gill, inspector, sta ting that the premises for wnich 'a j slaughtering license was applied for by J- Vereker, were in accordance with the 'Act. — License granted.. From C. Weber, submitting a plan of -drainage of Reid's Th...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Rewards of Politics [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 February 1915

Rewards of Politics Speaking at the tramway starting ceremony in Newcastle district last week the Minister foiV Works said— '?Ainother of the difficulties beset ting the Labor iGovernment arises from the relations with the workers it employed. There v?as among rn.en who had battled in the.'Labor move ment all their 'lives a perfectly na tural idea that when the day of vic tory arrived, they .w'ould receive some direct personal advantage. With many that took the form ol demand for soft i filets. He would hot even attempt to make a guess at the number of letters he had re ceived and also personal requests, principally from men who had pass ed the period when they could com pete successfully with younger men in the open labor market, to tlw effect that they had* been battling in the movement for twenty years, and now it was time the movement should do something for them, and could not he find them a timekeep er's or foreman's 30b, or some sort Of a boss's billet. Of course some of thos...

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

I A Hew 1 1 Complexion I B -Vhcii vre grow old, an-] freckifS, I E tan, salkmiiess. ^and Vrovrn, ugly B H marks a-rtlcupon tie dan, then B .^kin foods .and creams will ne»er B 5 — kw tfe'tte Ain of them. ' I' B Double strength Tfaermol is & B B wonderful white ointment, which B B, in. an unaijngfa diort time will B rwuove -every freckle and ' every B Eg tract of tan, saHoivncss and brou-ii B ugly marks, letting the skin . B . elcar, tosh,. fair, - and . many. — - B. many 'vests Younger. It puts S. - youth hack in the face, not for S an hour or. day, but for all time. B ... For pimplps, blackheads, B . opai pores, wwma, ring . wonn, 8 and all dun diseases, L^hol B . ointment is a proven, sure ranedv. a Thermo! is 3/9 (ported, 4 f-i, B , Jjetbol it 3J- {posted, 3/3). from B «11 and stores, or from B Goodsell, Black, and Co., 163 Pitt H Street, SydijQ*. . ^ Harris& Parsons, PAINTERS, PAPERHANGERS, &c. . HARRIS; t FEED PARSONS, ~ Church Steebt, ^ W OJC.LONGOKG. M...

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Another Letter from Gunner Lewis. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 February 1915

Another Letter from Gunner Lewis. Writing to his mother here from Menu Camp on the twenty-fourth .and twenty-fifth December, he says : I am on guard over a -waggon to day, and have nothing to do but read and write and take it east*. It was very cold last night with a fresh breeze: I never lelt colder ill Australia. *f*Eere is a very « heavy, dew every night, even when it is windy, and when there is no vnnd there is a 'dense, cold fog that ccmes up from tiie river and persists Foive times- till nine or ;-;n jnoming. . Archie Smith, C. «rraham, t»r»4 I I nre going to have a look at the ] inside of the other Pyramid. I am j a strict teetotaller :n fact I don't believe any of the men here would believe me if I said I ever had taken drink. I would like a letter from home for a Xmas. box, but I ?suppose it is useless to hope. I don't think it will be many weeks before we are (ordered into ? r- I hope it won't be long before we are under fire, as time will pass all the quicker then, and I ...

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

I The BARGAIN EVENT OF THE YEAR | MARCUS CLARK'S I ft:' SUMMER SALE I * NOW ON. * It ' *' ? : ? ~~ - — | Consider Your Household Expenses. ?I BREAD IS UP AND MEAT IS UP, DRAPERY & CLOTHING R|v J: vs;:' :: Ase] very much DOWN ' ' fe' - - ' ' AT Ipt^m Cmw^SjBE^t.WOlJ.ONaMKI'. I

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

.... 0«P TO - ''.'-M On Monday night last' a barn, fill- t ; ed with lucerne hay, the property of Mr. -E. Gibson, of West Dapto, was totally destroyed by fire.' It is stat- , ed that children playing with some ' ? matches were responsible for the out- 1 break. Luckily the wind carried the J flames away from the homestead ; but as it was she cow bails and the sheds were only saved with difiicul- n ty. The loss to Mr. Gibson is a big JS| one, as the property destroyed was B not covered by insurance. « Al commlittee meeting of the Dapto* / Wl School of Arts was held on Monday 9 evening, Rev. \V O'Neill (president) 9 in the chair. Thfe billiard-room tak- B ings 'for the month were shown to 9 be £5 Is, -while accounts amounting A B to £- 4 7s 8d were passed for pay- B m^nt. It was reported that Mr. S_ B 'l'hompson had won the last billiard- B tournament, with Mr. B. Warrington fl runner-up. In connection with the' 'B concert in aid of the funds of the Institution, a sub-cojmimiittee repo...

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

NEWCASTLE. NOTES WSckham/ Council is : asking for compulsory use of silencers on mo tor-cycles. The bowling green -was officially opened by Mr. H. M. ?Williams, pre sident of the club, -in; the absence of Mr. M. Charlton, MMM., cflub's patron, on Tuesday afternoon, in the presence of a large concourse of bo'wlers and frierifris. ?Speaking in response to a toast at the annual picnic of the Steel Plant, Mr. iT.' McMeekan said they had 'done wefl, but they intended to set an example to Australia, within the next few Weeks- The company had entered into a contract with the iCrOverament for steel rails, and during the comtog few ' japntjis, lie was certain that the wlorks/ would show what hitherto they haid l»ot ^ sbeen able, 'to do in Australia. The polipy of the company was to give every man; a fair} 'deal, and with fair, pay for his work there should lie nothing to create discord. This was the policy of tlie company and it would be continued to the end. Harold. Biggers, secretary of th...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Running BELLAMBI PED. HANDICAP [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 February 1915

Running [ BELLAMBI PED. HANDICAP - The starts allotted for this rn.ee on Saturdo;y, 13th, are Donaldson, scr. Rustle, scratch. Beg. Walker, seven yards. Dunlop, five. P. /Frew, seven. . % Wilkinson, six. * W.' Oreeii, seven. ?!R. (P1, Parsons, seven. C. Redman, seven. ' A. C. Johnson, seven. B. Maguire, seven A. McBvoy, seven. B. Coulspn, eight. - , I J. Lane, eight. . j P. Gordon, eight. j M. Perry, nine. W. Carruthers, nine. S. Reirrjt, nine. ?T. Lindoy, nine. B. McMahon, nine. — Pitman, nine. . M. ? Gordon, ten. ? . ; H. Davis, ten. — Newson, ten. — Hayes, tek. ' , : U. Sloane, ten — Chapman, ten. I — Rioveen, ten. i Ii. Richards, ten. ' ) : F. Williamson, ten. U. Irwin, ten; F. JSorton, ten. — Lacey, ten. — Gable, ten. Bieckett, ten. i : ~ H. Ross, eleven. ®. Spinks, eleven. i ' ; . | D. Gordon, twelve. J(A.. - Bell, -bwelvei 'J. Woods, twelve. f — Rloss, twelve. . — ,xi\ J. ]Ha6kay, t-TOetve;^; ?, ....h . j ;? -'?' ;;, -' F. SttibhS, tvgeiye.-. ? F Grfe^o, twelvei-; r-r:A ? '.v...

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

' RIFLE SHODTiHG. ' ' I , A c&mpeUtion ,«hoqt over the 300, §.«' 600 and 700,y^s -ang^ in copne^ . tion itiVhr ihe Wlongong Ba|leC!iuh V - Was shot rat %e local range ^n'jJaii. r 26th,| Gonditioris, ten shots; prizes,, ten and five .shillings, thr,ee at 2/6, , - for seven hundred yands. The follow} '/ ing are the prize winners— third; J . Innes, one, fourth; H. M. Parsons, scr., fifth. } -Six Hundred Yards:— J- Innes, hep. two, first; C. W.. JT*ott, scr.,. second;. !&.. Jarman, lour, . third; F . Howe, two, fourth; G. Lind Bay, scr., filth. At seven hundred yards— M. BjTon, hep. six, first; a. 'W. Prott, scr. second; G, Iiindsay, scr., ! third; J. Innes, two, fourth; J. j Burns, twio, fifth; G-. Jaranidn, four, ' sixth. I The following are the prizeiwinn ers of Wollongong Rifle Club for the ; half-yearly shoot ending December 31 ? last. Conditions, six shoots at 300, 500, 600, and 300, 700, and 900yids. Best four shots of six to count;c 14 shots with handicap. Prizes...

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SPORT. BOXING. BARRETT OUTPOINTS BROMWICH [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 February 1915

SPORT. BOXING. BAlillEiTiT OUTPOINTS BROMWICH It is very doubtful 'if any other two boxers in the game %yould have drawn the big house thai Bert Bar rett, of Balgoiwnie, and Mf. Brojn wich, the New Zealand lightwjeight champion, drew at the Star Stadi um, Wollongong, on Saturday night last in the face of such strong counter attractions. Dickie Johnstone, the hustling, Bal gownie boy, and Billy Irwin, heavy weight Cadet champion, set the . ball rolling with a) four-round go .which ended in a draw/ It was1 a spirited contest and - they both stopped som,e good old whacks in the orthodox way. Irwin's tuition under Brorrir wich has undoubtedly brushed off a lot' otf cobwebs, and he now bonces after the style of Neddie Chapman,, .«tfhich wtould prove a splendid preli minary if they could be brought to gether. i Bromwich and Barrett both receiv ed prolonged cheers on entering the ring. ' They went the1 full twenty rounds, and referee Arthur Scott de- j eided in favor of Barrett. The deci s...

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

JUilON PARK Oo Wednesday last in Wollongong, Miss Mary' .lane llflognn, a former re sident of Albion (Park, but recently of Kiama, was united in , wedlock to. Mr. David TJrnest Smith. At a special meeting of the Shell! tiaitfbor Council on Wednesday, Alder man Armstrong wias re-elected May or for the second term. I Alderman Bigg, and OVldertman Fast took the Mjavor to task for not seeing to it that certain important works wiere carried out. The Mayor replied that there had been anore important work to see to than those the two alder men had referred to, 'and he had deemied it his dutv to attend to the latter. Alderman Bigg expressed the hope that the Mayor {would do^ bet ter durinc the present term ; to which Alderman Armstrong replied he would do his best,, but he would not lie caioled or frightened by the threats of anjy alderman. The May oral allowance was fixed at £25. Mr M. A. (Monte) Brown, ,Y all ah, nas decided to join the Expedition ary farces. Tie will be sadly missed at t...

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

if I! Dental Surgeon, CEOWN,J8mKBT, WQJLONGQKG A SPECIAL FEATURE OF THE SALE. fpSs GIGANTIC PURCHASE OF LADIES' UNDERCLOTHING BY WALTER LANCE & CO., WOLLONGONG. Hundreds oi Ladies' 'White Underclothing of all kinds purchased . direct Jh from the Manufacturers, to be Sold off at prices which represent a saving 'Z of 50 per cent, or more. If you want Underclothing'now is the] time and this is the place to get it. Ladies' Longcloth UNDERSKIRTS Nicely trimmed Torchon Lace and Embroidery, Out they go at 3s lid, 4s lid, 5s lid Ladies' Longcloth CAMISOLES. Variously Trimmed, Embroidery, Lace, &c. Prices to Clear, Is 3d, Is 6d, Is Ud, 2s 3d, 2s lid Ladies' Longcloth NIGHTDRESSES Trimmed Frills A Seal Snap, 2s 3d, 2s lid Ladies' Longcloth NIGHTDRESSES Nicely Trimmed, Lace and Embroidery, 3s 6d, '3a lid, 4s lid, 5s lid ! ?.???? Ladies' Longcloth KNICKERS, Wide American Knee, Muslin Frill, Edged Lace and Insertion Is 3d, Is lid, 2s 6d, 2s lid ? : — ~~ : : ~~ ~ i Ladies' Princes...

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TUGO-O'-WAR CHALLENGE (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 February 1915

TUG-O'-WAR CHALLENGE j (T,o the Editor,) I Sir, — I noticed in your paper of Friday, January 29th a challenge issued by Mr- W. Kirwan to the members of the tug-of-war team ?who won on the occasion of th»i N. Wollongong s first carnival, held on the 26th January last, to pull thu waun .over again in the Stadium. Now, in reply to Mr. Kirwan, I would lite to state as captain oi the above team that we are jiot out iojr any public displays for di'awing crowds to anv nlace iwi)int,r-v*»r No doubt it is a fine business idea of Mr. lvjrwan's, and I should advise Mr. Kirwan to get Jeff Smith and L*es Diarcy down 'if he wishes to draw a crowd to his tournament at the Stadium, Again, I would like to state that the above team will ibe competin at most of the carnivals held in N.S. Wales, so that his (Mr. Kirwan's) team will have plenty of chances of meeting the N. Wollongong team a gain. Thanking you for your valu.' able space.— .Yours, etc., H. K. BAKER, Captain.

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

CRICKET. For the match Waratah 'A v. Flin ders at Bode's to-morrow, the selec ted elevens are. Warata1!— M-\r; v Murray, Smith, J. Blakey, Matin, Bodimeade, Johnson, - Bucftridge, J. North, Wood, Wineate, Simpson and Heaiey. Flinders.—®. Puckeridge T Musgrav^, iBattey, Neil, Burgess, A. Combellack, Sloan, Hunt*9** Simm ons, Hunt, Farquarhson.

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

j^7V-.WV ^ '' ^ MILTON. - Hir. Eariigey, met with / nasty accident yesterday. He' was V pouring out Sonne methylated gpir ?_ its, wihen it exploded. The bottom ;V' ^ feU out of tHe tin, the- flaiwlng. ispifi?-'. tep.ts -going «.ll . over, Mr. JEarngay. pll;-:'1;. Mr. Keti I-avis was jn' the shop itt \ the time, a,n(d quickly wrapped a -. . ritg around . .thj? burning man and ex- _ 1 . - ? tingulshed tlie nitft-' toe- ' for he 'was considerably burned. y~i. T\:- ' ' ' ?.'? ? '? ' =' ' ? i

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

? ? ? ; ? — « MOUNT KEMBLA. I The mine was idle on Monday lust' from lack - of trade, but resuai-'d on Tuesday morning. _ The society celebrated the hundred and fifty-sixth anniversary of the . birth of Scotland's national poet, Robert Burns, with a supper aid dance in the hall on Saturday ' ey- ? jKdag, Mr. A. Duncan, yice-orcaid-nt, was in the chair, sup parted ly the i Messrs. D. Gemmell, Sy-1. Lee, and tnembers of the 'pui-il. The t'c&t Of the occasion was the appearance jof Scotland's national fare, tlie l -!-g- gis, borne shoulder high round the Iroomi, a stalwart piper playing* 'My Bonnie Heelan-t ^Laddie.' Mr. W. Fer ' ranS gave ,the -'Address to a Hag Igis'' in,rfine style. Hie chairman then ^ proposed the loyal and patriotic j toasts, which .were #iuly honored. Mr. 'Gemmell proposed the toast of the evening, ; 'Immortal Memory,' whicli was hbnored in silence. Songs and recitations were rendered. IB'. : % ' ^ Gemmell proposed the toast . of the Caledonian Society, t...

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

? | COBAtRJGO. ] fff . 'Hie potato crpp Oobargo 4is £?-- trust is a failure this year, thte -tu. ^ here rotting in the ground, the ef S '* feet, no doubt, of eft rauch rains, ?1 , succeeded by a. heat

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THE WAR. Sydney, 1.18 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 February 1915

THE WAR. Sydney, 1.18 p.m. Twelve- thousand Turks with six batteries' attacked the Suez Canal oh Wednesday. Repeated attacks were repulsed by the British, whose losses were slight. The attempt utterly faiied, but the fusilade continued till the afternoon, when the enemy left many dead; eight officers and 282 men were, taken prisoners1. The In dian Marine Ship Hardinge was hit twice1 by shells and ten men wound ed; other, wjise the British losses were two -officers, thirteen mien killed and fifty-eight Wounded. Part of the loss occurred amongst the. Elgyptian'Field lArtillery, who- 'did excellent service. JA later attack from the south was stopped at twelve hundred yards and the enemy found dead. The British had four Indians killed. Military Staff Headquarters at Pe- ? ' , trogad have issued a special memor andum laying special stress on the / immense services on land and sea * Gireat Biritain has rendered to the ?Allies. The/ memorandum remarks that wbile Germany is approaching [exh...

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

Mr. James Lindsay, DENTIST, Opposite Monument, over Woods Mnsic Store CROWN ST. WOLLONGONG., Telephone 44 ?KSfiliifi IllTnimfTf^^ ^ HHHHH e^fe -: '-^ IVHk K.O. Marchand WHO MEETS EUDD NEXT PAY SATUR DAY NIGHT. l/_ -iU*ftKf«iwt«i oAvlf\l(i5 ISmcvH cl^rTl 1 S™' OF pew SOUTH WALES, 4?E?t I - ' 1 Head Office: 11 SOOBX-6T^ BYBSXT, | LIMIT. | 'Commissioners: — R. A. WARDEN (President), W. H. O'M. WOOD, T? n wat!t!7 I *£ir wanch : 9,R0WN ST' Wollongong1. R. T. WHITE, Manager I 3ulh- Woonona Branch: Main Rd., Bulli. A. E. CLEMENTS, Manager 1 SECURITY AND SATISFACTORY INTEREST fl S?WMdVleadinSr fefttures * tW8 Institution. Deposits received from 1/- I ' P».alw' » I DEPOSITS GUARANTEED BY THE GOVERNMENT 1 ? 31% — r — =b — ? IJKX,ON BT 0rt,r ' '? . ON EXCESS 1 I . Vf J. H. PA VIES, Secretary. 1 TO £500. ?! matfetoorder PIANO 1 2 Tj^THp BELLING. II ' I J We Haye been selling BELLING J j I 1, PIANOS for the past thirty years I 1 fl I and have received thousands of I I fl| 1 letters from satisfie...

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

liBTvN. A family of English immigrants, representing on-2 daughter and thvee sons, strong and 'vigorous, .disport ed their physical selves in Rdcn one day last week, and somewhat took the eye of the inured Australian. The street tongue remarked that they were going to do dairy work on. Mr! Tfwieedie's farm at Burragate or that they had bought the farm and were going to dairy there in the r own interest. — 'Magnet/*

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