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

ItlflWAfiRA MINERS . There was a meeting of tne Dele gate Bonrd in Wollongong on V.'cd- - Tuesday. It' was reported re the non- , Jjanionist campaign that there had , . ...^ b^n thr6u^bout ''the distirict- -a $rat- w If5^ng rall^, with the 'result that - ' tJiere. w^re ,^bw none swho 'were in arrears -ddeS, oi* tad not mado ^ arraiigettnlMi'W1 io pay up. It - is Understood that ciaams tor jykriatibns 8f certain clauses of the * ^ euwa^d, including the deficiency clause i . v jare beio^ prepared, and now that 'his Honor J ustitCi Heydon lias ®c moved the embargo' from the wages ?, -. boards dealing jwith such, claims, it its .expected thevBoand will at .otfee : proceed to- rectify, . some ? of the gW- + ing injustices' which obtain in the ' present award. ? - T\he ' ad)oumed' conference upa^i the claims of surface workers will M*e ^ held in Sydney on Tue&day next, 1 ♦when it is hoped negotiations will be satisfactorily . concluded. It i is * Understood thiat ? several other m...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BEGA. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 February 1915

B EG A . Stock sales last wee1* — E. I. Pell: Cattle were never selling better than iat present. Pi.--s made to three pounds, slips 28/6 to .thirty shill ing's, sows to three pounds, cows ii4 17; to six pounds, fat heifers £3 I 19s to «C5 2s, three year old hull ocks to £5 3s, two year Jersey teteers to £3- 6s, yearlixi?) Jersey steers ' to £ 2 Is 6d, cows and calves five guineas to six pounds. Meri'ui'bula is becoming a favorite holiday resOrt. ~ ' Miss Alice Lynch, of Navooma, has left Bega Convent yfor Wollongong, where she is to take up duties as a teacher in St. Mary^s Convent.

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

CAMPBELLTOWN. ' The Agricultural Society organised a 'sports, held on Anniversary Day, to make up for loss of the subsidy.

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

ROBERTSON. Mr. and Mrs. Scott, who have disposed of the Criterion Hotel to a Mr. Frost, were the recipients of a presentation from the residents of the district. Mr. E1. 'Ai : S Wan presid ed over a large gathering.

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

Thirroul Progress 'Committee THE ANNUAL MEETING, will be heia in the School of Arts Hall, Tuesday, February 9th, 7.915, at 6.45 p.m., members and -ho.se interested aire requested to attend. . W. Iff. LAOKtfiY, President A. N. McNAUGHTON Hon. Sec. To Painters. TENDERS are herebyj invited for Painting Two Cottages, 'Montrose' and 'Kia Ora,' in HerculeB Street, Garden Hill, Wol longong ; two coats paint. Apply Mrs W. Wonson, Sen., c/o Mr W. Wonson, Francis Street Corrimal ? ? . ? ? TO BUILDERS. TENDERS will be received by me up to Saturday, 13th February inet.. for the ERECTION of a COTTAGE 'in Railway parade, Wollongong. Plan and specification to be had at my Office. J. A. FORD, Architect. WoIIonpong AH. & I. Society NOTICtfi. ALL accounts against the above Society in connection with' the 1915 show, must be rendered in duplicate to the Sec retary before Monday, Feb. 8th. W. J. COCHRANE Secretary.

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

K: FRAisrk bevan g-f TTNpER inBtrjictioQB from Store3 Supply IT ' U Committee, will sell by auction »t the jj&-v lllawarra Steam Navigation Go's W harf, W o llongong on I- Wednesday Feb. 10th,' 1915 at j (T ' At 12 noon ri' the old caego shed on such jf WHARF. Household Furniture & Effects. I ' — I; PRELIMINARY NOTICE. I- J. A, Mayo 6* TTAS been imtructsd by Marcus Tynan, 'k!, 1*1 Esq., to Sell by Pablio Auction, at his I , Residence, ?« Estelle,' on an early date, I the whole op his superior $ Household Furniture & Effects I ' ' Estelle ' is to Let, containing 8 Booms, b Kitchen.and Offices. Plenty of Verandahs «* Household Furniture | MONDAY NEXT, at 2.30 p.m. |: O'Donnell&StumWes ff* ' Have been instructed by Mrs. Hill-, to sell by auction at her . residence, Barella-street, as above, the whole of her Household K- Furniture and Effects, comprising— ^ ? Large Sideboard, Dining Table, 2 Arm -iK 6 Chairs, Couch, Art Overmantle, Occ. Tables, Sewing Mac...

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

DEATH DAVIES. — Jan. 30, at a Sydney Hospital, Jane, beloved wife of Daniel Davies, late of liulli and of Douglas-street, Nowra. | Mother of Mrs. I. Banks, .Wollongong; Mrs. R. Kelly, Sydney); and R. Davies, Nowra. Through operation ; aged 56. in Memoriam Notices GILMORE — In loving memory of my dear husband and father John Gilmore, who departed this life, February, 6th, 190,8, aged 75 years. His cheerful face and pleBant voice Are pleasent to recall, He had a kindly word for each And died beloved by all. Inserted by his loving wife and family. WALSH — In loving memory of . our dear nephew James, who departed this life 8th February, 1914, aged 13 years and 8 months. Away in a lonely grave yard, Under a lonely sod, There lies our dear nephew Sleeping in peace with God Inserted by his loving uncles and Aunties Aaron, Bill, Gus, Mick, and Annie, Feanie, Gertie, and Marion Walsh, Woonona. WALSH — In loving memory of our dear grandson James, who departed this life February 8th, 1914, age...

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

AE. BALL, Woonona, LioenBed Plumber . ' and Water Fitter. Estimates given, BANQUETS,. Birthday Parties, Dinners, Wedding Breakfasts, and all kinds of up-to-date catering done by Howarth's CLEANLINESS, fivility, Attention, and , a first claBs three 'course dinner at Howarth's for Is FOR SALE, Spring Cart, Bedsteadj^and Mattress, also fowls. F. Ford, FernhiU, Corrimal. FOR SALE, Tip Dray in good order, £6. Apply G. Fenton, Helensburgh. FOR Sale, a first-nlass Buggy Turnout. W. C. Fraser, Crown Street. j FOR Sale, quiet, reliable Pony, 6 years ' old ; also boy's saddle. Fred Davies, 1 Corrimal FOR Sale, Dray, Horse and Harness. Apply Mrs Day, Corrimal Street, Wol longong. FOR Sale, 90 Head Toung Poultry, suit able for Easter. Butcher's Shop, Ihirroul. HUNTER sells you the best quality maat at very low prices. He is Our Butcher, maks him yours also. ICE CREAM, guaranteed under the Pure Foods Act, obtainable only at Howarth's KODAK Photo Supplies, Cameras, &c. Free instructions t...

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

PORT KEMBLA j Owing to a slackness prevailing at Mount Morgan, there has been a de crease in the supply of copper to the Electrolytic Works', (with the result that the two furnaces cannot be kept going all the time. This means that a few of the hands have to go off for a day or two , occasionally, but it is expected that conditions 'will be better in the. course of a. week or two. | | Mr. Peter French has been reelect ed secretary of the Electrolytic Em ployees' Association by a large ma jority. There were five nominations for the position. Mr. J. Perry '-wa9 re-elected president, and Mr. J. Jar rett treasurer. | The total amount of War Funds collected in Port Kembla is £292 13s, and this, with £he subsidy ad Ided, makes the very creditable sum of £477 13b. \ lAn indignation meeting re the in sufficient accommodation at the pub lic school, is to be Tield on Tuesday, h There are now two metal crushers, .both operated with electricity. . The Port Kembla Ijand Go's, fine hotel building...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Entertainments CROWN PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 February 1915

Ebtertaioments CRiOiWiN. PICTUKEJS. k -Last Friday evening's programme starred a romance founded on that historic incident in our history, the wreck of the , troopship Birkenhead, on the Capetown coast; the sweet hearts are in the end united. It was' a finely executed picture. On Monday evening there was a drama founded upon D'icken^'s ' Cricket on the Hearth:' aisn interastinor Pic tures pf wild bird life, and a very clever lightning sketcher. For this evening a war photo-play 'Facing the Enemy.'' For Saturday, four stars are advised, including an English war gazette. Then for Wed nesday evening a picture announced as of . more than ordinary interest, 'The 'Genman Spy,*1' is star. HI'GH-CUASS CONCERT. On Thursday evening the Mc Each- em- Castles Company will give tlieir high^class concert. The company com prises Mr. Mialcblm MicEiachern, Mr. George Castles (brother of Amy), ! Mass Daisy Sweet; pianist, Miss Ha- : zel Doyle. lAil of them are metropo litan artists of rank on the lyri...

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

Lithgow.   The local coal trade is still very dull, and few shifts have been put in by the men. Mr. Ivatt, presid- ent of the Lithgow Coal Associa-         tion, yesterday denied the statement that trade was good. He said that the association regretted that trade was very dull, otherwise they       would not put off men. It was a course they greatly disliked, but there was no help for it. - "Mercu-   ry" of last week-end.   Mr. Ellliott Charlesworth, son of   Mr. James Charlesworth, the well     known bandmaster and ex-resident, has return to Lithgow, and it is     stated assumed the position of the bandmaster to the Union Band.

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

WEEK BY WEEK On Monday afternoon, next the ce remony of laying: th-* foundation stone of the nefw Kiaima Council chambers will be performed by the Mayoress (Mrs. Love). Mr. A. Waugh, industrial inspec tor, has been appointed an agent of the Labor Bureau. Employers req uiring labor may apply tov htm, utid similarly labor seeking employment His 'address is Woonona. Coastal Farmers' Co-op. Society's last week-end report.— Butter: With feuch! a full season and heavy export it has not been considered advisable ' to advance Sydney values beyond 120 shillings. ! Mr. Leslie Bursill, son of Mr. C. Bursjll, of Shellhabor, has gone a Way with the sixty men from Fiji, who left as passengers by the mail boat on New Year's Day, to be train . v ed a t Aldershot, before proceeding to the front. iMderm|an- Sutton is to move at the Wollongong Council's meeting jrV this evening that a deputation from fr- ? the Council wait upon the military £ authorities with a view to having 1$ site of the Cliff-road...

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THE STORYTELLER A Queen of Hearts CHAPTER' XIV.—THE CARAVAN SERAI. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 February 1915

THE STORYrELLEB A Queen of Hearts BY EVELYN EVERETT GREEN, CHAPTER XIV.— THE CAiRAVAN SERAI. They were a merry party, ,a,nd the alfresco setting to the simple meal was perfect of its kind. Pleasant in 1 imacy prevailed. Jjetlib ridge made an able host. He combined rathor a line courtesy wiitli a virile 'individu ality and quiet dignity -which made itself quickly felt. He had' a fund of anecdote and reminiscence, and show ed that he was not imean convers..\f tionalist. Warburton St. John ably seconded him, and the - talk was in i teresting and illuminating — so differ out, Queenie thought aitd felt, from the idle chittcr-chatter' of the draw, iiijxroom anent bridge, golf, uiot^r inp'. and the rush of s0cjal gaieties. The two wanderers returned in due course. Queenie stole a look at her brother's face. She read its eager purpose, but she could not be cer tain what had passed betweier^ those two in the, wood. But there was r.o unhappiness on either face; perhaps they had come to some '...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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HOUSEHOLD MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 February 1915

i HOXJSBHOIiD MEMS. | | / Always keep firelight in & pliace as . far atway from food as possible. j When chopping suet, if it is sprin- j *kied with a little ground rtce you will , find it will not stick to' the ^ . knife, and Willi chop quite easily, . #§ * * * * ... Stbninfe raisins £$j9I r *so disagreeably sticky a 'task.- if a little butter is' rubbed on the fingers. «, * « « J i, When making a boiled pudding da not forget to make.' a pleat in the cloth at the top of your basin,, so - as* to allow the pudding room to swell. *' * .*? * Match tioxes easily get mislaid and : are a source o'f danger when young children' are aibfcut. If a{ piece of tape or ribbon is tied round the box ' it can be hung near the gas bracket' and a match is then close at hand. ^ ****?- ItTis ?iot generally knoiwfr ifoafr if \ anions are put in. cold water before being peeled, a 'ideal ol discom J fort pan: jbe avoid^d.^ They should 'b© peeled from the *water in the same , wlay «s one would do po...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 February 1915

RECIPES, Bread .Pudding— -One : pint . of Soft bread crumbs, one-half cup of dried currants or raisins, two eggs, two t-ahlesjpoonfuls of sugar, one and a half ciipfuls ...;of jGrrease small ?custard cups or' ordinary baking pan .tix»ad' 1 crutiitisf q^ie' better way. to imake the! crumbs '* is i to 'take ^a,^H^l©-';WliCe- . .it i between the hands. The fruit,' may be mixed iwith the crumbs, or it may i be spread on .top or on the bottom j of ; the pan. if., it is over i top at will form a bottom layer wlhenj . the pudding is ^surned : but. ? Beat, eggs without separating, add I sugar and then milk* When the sug. i ar is dissolved, pour carefully over the breadcrumbs. Uet stand for ten j minutes, and place in a shallow ba- : isiiig..pan, partly filled with water. Bake in a quick oven for fifteen or twenty minutes. The mixture must be 'set'- in the centre. Serve with a liquid pudding sauce. Stewed Veal Cutlets— Cut part of the neck into cutlets: . shorten them and fry to a juce brown...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 February 1915

Special Notice to Ladies. Will ladies please note that Mrs. C. E. RAYlNiQR, the highly qualified lady representative of the 'Natura' Health Co., Sydney, will be visiting Helensburgh, on Monday, the 15th of February, when she may be seen at the Paragon Hotel from ten a-im, to 7.30 p.m. Ladies whose health is causing anxiety are strongly advised to consult her, and learn bow good health may be restored to them by means of the wonderful T Natura Home Treatment .that has; cured so many, thousands of women and tr:rlfl. No charge whatever is made fo' con sultation or adviice. A full rana:« °f all medicines is carried. Meanwhile, send twopence postage for free Health Guide ior Women to P«;pt. D. V.T. 'Natura' Health Co., 297 'Elizabeth Street, Sydney. * - ! Model Furnishing House. JAMES FREW BEQ-8 to inform the Public that he has removed to premises at the corner f Crown and Church Streets' (lately occupied by the Co-op. Society) and stocked with a well f elected Stock of New FURNITURE &am...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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WOMAN'S WORLD WOMEN WHO ARE UNCONSCIOUSLY DISLOYAL. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 February 1915

WOMAN'S WORLD WOMEN1 WHO ARB UNCONSCI OUSLY DlSLOYAiL. Ilhe chief difference between man and woman in time of trouble is that the -woman makes a confidante of some friend of her sex, while the t man keeps his . worries to himself. Tempera/mental 1 y , the everyday wo man is incapable of solving, an acuta problem or tackling a delicate mat ter .without the sympathetic advice of a woman friend, 'You do not mind if I tell 'Daisy,.', pleads the worried fittle wife when she is called v ' into consultation by her husband on a point of perplexity. And the husband, even if he does mind very much, usually expresses no ob.ection, because he knows that his (wife won't We happy and easy until she- has shared her sorrow with her friend. Essentially Feminine. This is an tessentioftl.^ feminine weakness, but so long as it is in dulged in without direct opposition ' from theS husband, it is not likely to cause much harm. Indeed, I am inclined to believe that in' (matters palpably calling for retice...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 February 1915

AE. BALL, Woonona, Licensed Plumber . and Water Fitter. Estimates given. AGENTS please to Note. I have With drawn my land from sale. George Hulme, Thirroul ' BANQUETS, Birthday Parties, Dinners, Wedding Breakfasts, and all kinds of up-to-date catering done by Howarth's CLEANLINESS, Civility, Attention, and a first claBB three-course dinner at Howarth's for Is KESSMAKING done by . MISS O. GAT, Railway-street, Corrimal. FOR SALE, Bent-shaft Tray t«ulby, Horse and Harness complete, £16. 0. Buck, Payne's Lane, Corrimal FOR everything you want in Seeds, go to Budden's, the Best Seed Shop in Wol longong. EOR Efale, several Sulkies, all sizes. Also a large stock of Harness. Dwyer's Coaoh Factory i F.OR Sale, 'Chalmers' Motor Car, 20-30 h p., 4 oyl. ; guaranteed perfect.. Any trial. Driving taught if necessary. Dwyer's Coach Factory FOR Sale, Lot No. 14, section 5, first sub division Port Kembls. R. Finlayaon, Smith Street. FOR SALE, small Sulky, suit 1 1 to 13 hand pony; £6. E. Hines, Cole...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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NORTH COAST NEWS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 February 1915

[?] Following applications for Crown , f Jand in the Casino Land District were lodged at the local Lands Of fice up to Saturday last — - J .. J. Pe trie, sp.l. (AiA.T.), three hundred and twenty acres, perishes Ellerslie arid Pecupar, county Buller;, J. Mc- h Mullen, sp.l. eight and half acres, ? parish West Coraki, county Uich- 4 -j) mond; M. Brandson, a.c.p., conver- ? « sion of Crown lease, one hundred and seventy-three acres, parish of Richmond; county Richmond); \V. R. Allen, eighty acres, conversion of: part c'.l., parish Tooloom, county of - BJiller; M. E. McLennan, 'Crown lease, 1521 acres, parish Fairfield, county Drake; J. R. Olive, Crown lee.se, forty acres, parish Hyall, Co. Richmond. i Mr. W. Lever, of the firm of Mun ro and Lever, proprietors of the Gorge and Terrace Creek Sawmills, was in town on Wednesday, on his usual visit af inspection to the mill. Mr. iLever informs us that the fiwni's propaganda in the direction bf but ter-box supplies is going ahead swim mingly...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 February 1915

Kr - Frank Bevaii WE Will Sell by Auction at the YARDS BBl. To- Morrow, Saturday, at 2.30, For J. Mosley and other owners, 6 Cases Ih consisting of Groceries, Drapery, Boot ?11 and Shoes. Felt Bats, Clocks and Jewel 6c lery, Paints, Varnish, Brushes, and other lines, also one Cartload Table fikf Pumpkins and RioB. mY At i o'clock, for Mr J. Herbert, one first l|j|c g , - class Draught Horse, 6 years (roan) any *' trial. For Mr A. Stanley, Spring Oart, M|P Horse and Harness, also light Spring lljp^/ Cart. For Mr Cavanah, choice Spring- 1 HE'It' , ing Heifer, one 2-yeaif old Heifer and J llfcft i. other Livestock. lite'-; Port Kembla. THIRD SUBDIVISION OF m Five Islands Estate |||, (Near WOLLONGONG) ; TNTO appropriate Allotments of suitable KjR:r X frontages and depth. Apart from the PpfeT-V- delight of residence here, there cannot fail to r j he a prospective increment in values of Iqnd, ' It is imposbible to forecast the development BpvV.:^- to occur at Fort Kembla, now in its infan...

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