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RURAL TOPICS WESTERN WOLTHS GRASS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 February 1915

v RURAL TOPICS ? * 5.' * , ' WESTERN1 WOLTHS GRASS. . Sir.— This is a forage and pasture - grass of extraordinary productive ?l;-- ness. It is a variety of rye-grass, ? - ond it far surpasses . Italian iri tha , - Tapidity 'of its growth and weight ot herbage. It is not yet much tfown tn Australia, but it is most highly eulogisedby those who' have- tried ft'. On good soil, when top-dressed with nitrate of soda, it miay be cut' five : ? ; . ? % or six times during 6, single Firn - ^ ' m6r. Tt will thrive m almost any ^ v kind of soil, but the best ?esuHts rS - have been obtained- from heavy loarn, etif' day, or land of a somewhat damp ' character- On well , manured land, * the produce of one-quarter to one. _ ., third of an acre provides sufficient t ' food for one cow during the sum mer months. The hay, with a mix ' -/; ture of clover, as highly yecommend rd. Tt should prove 'a splendid vari : ? oty in summer for cool districts and ?. ' for winter where the frost is light. $p\ - -tV...

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 — 12 February 1915

After Three Years Time is the best test of truth. Here is a Wollongong story tfiat | lias .. stood xhe test . of time. It is & story with ,a point which will come straight home to many of us. Mrs. II. Tilley,' Crown^S treet, Wol longong, says some few. years ago L -had. a. very bad -attack of kidneyr ?trouble, and the agony I endured from Jiackache .was beyond desevip | tion.- When I stooped it was- almost [impossible for me to straighten any. back, the pain /was so awful. 1 : was also - a ^martyr to headache and ' giddiness, and altogether was in a i Very poor .slate of health. - A 'doc- tor attended me for a good while, but, unfortunately, . I deji ed no real benefit from his treatment and I was almost in despair ... of ever getting well again.. One day I read in the paper about the wonderful ciires. effected by Doah's Backache Kidney Pills, so I got a bottle' to try them. I was delighted at the improvement in my health after la- ; king the pills for a few days, so I conti...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Review of the Year by the Mayor. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 February 1915

Review of the Year by the Mayor. At the meeting of the Wollongong Council last Friday evening the May or read a review of the year in the. form of a mihute. Extracts are:-— 'It will -je Teadily understood' th it in one year it would be impossible to do little more than initiate a po licy. In breaking 'up old world us ages ana sowing the good seed oi progressive administration at least the three years allotted as the life of a Council are necessary to bring forth full fruition. 1 have j^ODd; rea son to believe that the full term, when 'completed, will leave its mark of progress unquestioned by tho most captious (critic- I have full Con fidence that th.3 present aldermen will notVgo back- on the initial work thus commenced, but, with increased authority and power, as well as ad ded financial concessions in increased rate, will carry on the work . with largely increased momentum. ';Impprtant matters such as the se werage scheme have been assented to and now await promised considera tio...

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

Why Should Women Suffer rm*'- Old time logic accepted it as a - matter of - cold f tact tJhat vtemen i ~ were made to softer from girlhood ; to the grave. What a monstrous -doctrine 1 A book dealing with the anaOter of pain and suffering as af fecting womenfplk, and which, tells how thousands have been restored by a simple home treatment to per manent health aflfeiv years of pain, will be sent free .to anyone who ?outs out this advt., an^L isends it to Dept. AJ 70, SADIES' COjDSjpGE ?OP HEALTH, 54 Oxford St., Syd ney. Ladips visiting the City are ?cordially invited W call and ~ chat flyer h^alitt' matters' frith the Man

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

COLEDALE j North Bulli Colliery was idle last Tuesday. The miners turned up to work, but decided to have a meeting to discuss the minutes of the recent delegate meeting. The men, it is sta- , ted, were given to understand by ' some person that after the meeting they would be allowed to make a | ! start, but it appears they had Jbeen ' misinformed, with the result that af ter the business had been transacted thiey all' went home. Ome of the matters that is Causing some discus sion, is the recent election of Mr. I Jas. Russell as treasurer of the Illa ! warra Colliery Bmployess' Associa i tion. It is said that some of thos 3 who voted for Mr. Jas. Russell, oi Balgownie, and who until recently | held the position of secretary of the ! Nbrth Bulli Miners' Lodge, were un [ der the impression that they Were giving their vote to Mr. Jas. Bus sell, of Thirroul, and late of Mount Kembla. This has led to an explana tion being required, and a number cf the men go so far ate to want the ' ballo...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Central Illawarra Council. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 February 1915

Central Illawarra Coaocil. All the aldermen attended the meeting on Wednesday afternoon. Correspondence. From Department, circular intima- : ting new regulation re opening of mouths of tidal waters. AUderman Cook pointed out that it would i take at least a month to get a de cision from the Department in a case of applying *, meantime lands might be under flood.' Furtherinore, there was a special objection in the case of this district to the decision resting finally with the Fisheries In. spector- On the motion of Alder man Cook, it was decided to com municate objections to the Depart' ment. Application bv J- -5. Harriss to agree to an alteration of North Mar j shall Mount-road boundary to en able him' to wire net. —it was a* r« cd to inspect. From Cordeaux residents there was d' letter asking that men employed on the road there, who had done ex cellent work, be kept on. Alderman Graham urged compliance with the fequest, but the letter was simply : received. From Five Islands' Estate...

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

I . 1 I MB. E. A. BEEBY (of Beeby & Co. 264 Pitt Street, Sydney, Solicitors) until further notice will attend at Bulli Office from 10. 30 a.m to 5 p.m (Pay Saturdays). Mr Beeby ?will also attend at Wollongong (Starr Bow kett Office) from 7pm to 10 p.m (Pay Sat urday evenings). Special appointments may be made by letter to City Office, 264 Pitt Street near Criterion Theatre, Sydney. j Warning to Dyspeptics Many interesting paragraphs have recently appeared in the Press con cerning the . remarkable antacid pro perties possessed by Bisurated Mag nesia, and thousands of people now regularly take half a teaspoonful of the preparation in a little water af ter their meals as a safeguard a gainst indigestion, dyspepsia, heart burn, flatulence, etc- It appears, ? however, that in several instances, I other forms of magnesia, bearing j somewhat similar names, have been used, often with very unpleasant re sults. To guard against dangerous i substitution and ensure getting the genuine p...

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

BULLI SHIRE COUNCIL. At .the meeting on Monday the fol lowing were present: Councillors J. Davidson (president), Tresidder, Rte binson, Coulson, Harper, Gotterell, -Kirton, 'Wynn and Wallace. Correspondence. H. W. Bell, Thirroul, ' forwarded a I' sketch of two blocks pf land in the ; D. J. Webb subdivision he wished to have subdivided. — Permission granted A. Challenor, Coledale, wrote ask ing that attention be given to the road leading to his premises oppo site the Scarborough Cemetery. The r Council decided to inspect the site, - - duringv the annual inspection. The secretary of the Scarborough .Progress Committee wrote suggest ing that - Council receive a deputa tion from his committee to discuss Scarborough requirements. — It was agreed that the deputation be inter . viewed on the day of the annual in spection, the committee to be notifi ed of date. 'Arthur Perks, * of the Helensburgh ^ Livery Stables, in reply to a req uest by the Council for an - explana tion as to why he had ...

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

i Grey Hair g 8 Gone for ever M S A few days after commencing tlie fij S use of Surmanol, tlie iil-\v remody 9 9 for grey hair, the grpyn«s begins 9 H to vanish. Da.v by day the srrey- 9 9 ness grows fainter — fainter — Rg 9 fainter, until, in just a few weeks PJ ? every trace of firevness is gone, S3 ' ? and vcur hair right from root to .9 ? tip it once again its old pretty 9 rich natural colour — the colour ' 9 you thought lo6t for ever. Vou 9 use Surmanol, - and soon you'll say n 'Good-bye, ugly prey hair — good- 9 bye, old hair dye.' Note well, 9 Surtnanol is not a dvc or stain, 9 and does not stain the hair or H scalp. Price. 6/- (postage, 4d. 9 extra) from The Edgeworth Labo- 9 ratories, Hoffnung's Chambers, 163 9 Pitt Street, Sydney, N.S.W. Wheh 9 writing1 ' describe hair ' troubles 9 fully. Greyness once rernedied by 9 Surmanol can never — never return. 9 7 Lots. 7 Lots. 1 NEW DAPTO RD„ GARDEN HILL I I All SOft. Dy 150ft. I PRICE 22s. 6d. Foot. I Terms : £2 per Lot Depocit, ...

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

Freemasons' Hotel This old-established hotel, Wollon gong, has, during the past few months, been undergoing, renovation and also re-furnishing. A sum of nearly £3000 has been expended and the hostelry is now new and mod* ern. Mr.. P. T. Doyle has .acquired, a ten years' lease, and announces that the hotel will be conducted in first* class style. The hotel, as will be no ted by advt. will be ready for visit ors, tourists and travellers from Monday, March 1st. For Mr. Doyle ip. this capacity it is quite safe to predict a successful career. He has taken hold of a business! for which he possesses the right qualities.

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

North illawarra Council A BPeciftl meeting of 'the above Council was held on Wednesday ev V. aning. : Present, Aldermen Porter (Mayor), Hiayman, F. McDonald, D. V McDonald, Cox, Madden, Broadbent, V. and Davidson. Correspondence. A letter was received from Corrim ' v al Tow# Band, making application J| ' for a subsidy.— 'Received, and referr K* ed to the Finance Committee. ?3; From Tte2;i£trai*--Gtener&l.' s Depart /„ ment, forwarding ' copy of Gazette} no i- ice* setting forth that Hy WaUarh waS| . applying for Rfeal Property Title for ! te f ; land in Towrodii Road.— Received, fe -r? and referred to Works Committee. The 'Department of Liands wrote in jpg:i ' tiinating that £5 had been voted to' j wards cost of survey of roads, par. ish of Wollongong, county of Carn al- | ' den.— Received, and referred ,to the Works Comtmittee. p L', . * Hie Commonwealth Bank authori al? '? ties wrote supplying particulars of I -* conditions under which loans were *V;: ' made to municipalit...

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

Technical Examinations i The passes of the Illawarra Trade College pupils at ' the last examina tion^ were:-— ; ? Coai mining.— Stage 1— Pass, John ?Johnson,, Thomas Piatt, Benjamin Margoh, David B. Morgan, John Ca vjll, Peter ♦Turnbull, Fred. Jjowdan, (Joseph Jones, S. W. Cecil Saywell, William Bent, David E. Hughes, Al bert W. Lewis. Stage II.— Pass, Da niel Thompson, Ambrose Bodds, Den ver Fallick. | Dressmaking-— Stage 1- — Honors, Annie Davie. Pass; Lilian Morrow, Ivy Flitcroff, Ethel L. Henry, An nie Braithwmte, Iris L. Penny, Jean May Braithwaite, Mary O'Brien, Ir ene M. Benny. Stage IL— fj?ass, Kath leen Wlllard, Stella M. McCauley, May^ Waters, Pearl Stone, Florrie Cook. i ?Electricity as Applied to - Mines.— Stage 1, Honors grade : William J ? Warren, Richard Tweedy, pass, Roy Hamilton, IIer|3ert R. Hutchison, Walter Roach, Frederick A. Akhurst j Stage II.— Pass, David Atkinson. Mine Surveying. — Stage' 1.— Pass, I Thomas Piatt, William Bent, George Ward. Stage 11. — Pass,...

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

Is your Liver Sluggish? ; The liver is usually to blame for the feeling of lassitude and weari ness many people suffer from, A sick ly bilious ? attack comes on and the patient has relief for 'a time. Pink ettes, the new vegetable laxative, are designed to arouse the sluggish liver and correct the unpleasant symptoms. They are effective withj out being harsh, and they have none of the bad after-effects of strong purgatives. Sold everywhere at One Shilling per bottle or from the Dr. Williams Medicine Co. of Austral asia, Ltd., Sydney. *

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

WEEK BY WEEK Mr. H.* A! Blomfield has been trans ferred to charge of works under the Defence Department. Mr .T. A. Figtree, who has been tinder an operation for appendicitis in the Wollongong Hospital, is mat- , ing a good recovery. !Nine areas on Terragong Swauip, lrom nine acres up to -1*7 are offered for' lease by tender. The rents range from £12 to ^45. The local hotelkeepers have increas ed the price of meals to 1/6 on ac count of the high cost of commodi ties.— Berry ''Register.' ^he' Principal of Moore .College, ? Itev. Davies, has taken' a furnished cottage and is spending a summer j Vacation at Kiama. We learn that Mr. Vowell (District ?Engineer) of Liismore, has accepted a position as District Engineer at j Wollongong.— R.R. 'Express.' I Kathleen Leonard, of Nowra, aud Bertie Weston, of Albion Park, have been awarded secondary school bur saries, tenable at Wollongong. ?A. team of the North Wollongong Lifesaving and Surf Club will take part in the sports at Collaroy to morr...

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

BLTTE RIBBON BREAD ?????? vJ|g IS -j Rees* Bread. FIE8T PRIZE AGAIN ' ' - 3 at Wollongong Show. It is Good and Wholesome. Childrenlike it, and enjoy it like nake. -»-. - ' Old people appreciate its fine quality, ^f§H knowing it is baked with due regard to retaining the rich nutriment of the wheat. '#§ It iB Baked by Expert Bakers at T. REES' Bakery, v . 1 Unanderra, ' Jl Cart delivers in Wollongong and j?jJ surrounding districts daily ^5gji Telephone 179, Dnanderra. ^ . ,1111 d. -Clark-, (Late T. s. Wearn), ism Hairdresser and Tobacconist. ;|J L\BGE STOCKS OF FANCY GOODS, FISHING TACKLE, STATIONERY, &c. '|| Up-to-Date Saloon fl All Tools Sterilized, S Manager TOURIST BUREAU, WOLLONGONG. \|B Will you see me about your Teeth next Pay Saturday? To bring my expert services to the door of my many Illawarra patients, I have a splendid fitted Surgery over the Princess Theatre, 'Woonona, Which I Visit Eveiy PAY SATURDAY. I give YOU there the benefit of my 30 years' Sydney experience...

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

No More Fat Peopier Most fat people seem to think that i the only waj- to take off fat is to ; use dangerous drugs, follow! a star- -jj j '-ation diet or take strenuous exer- | jcise. But all this is nonsense, and, | i thanks to tihe recent discovery of an 1 eminent scientist, thousands of men jand women are taking off several i pounds of useless fat a week, by 'simply rubbing on to the fat part — hips, arms, chin, or abdomen— a sim- 3 pie lotion made by pouring a cup of :j hot water over a dram' of quassia ' chips; let; it stand' for a minute, | then strain through a cloth, and add three ounces of Cirola i?a)rk Ex tract. Pour the mixture 'iiito a bot- j tie and apply night and morning, I rubbing it in 'with the hands for a_ , bout ten minutes, using a circular j| motion, and the; fat wtiir almost -seem || to melt away before your, very eyes.. JI The ingredients, which are inexpen- rm siYe, may ; be had of any chemist,. jl and the results to ^je obtained are- 'M really remarkable, *...

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

Bad Sores Quickly JB Cured -9 BY TUKXoNA, THE RAPID J|9 HEALER. '.Jjy little boy was suffering with lljB a very bad sore on his mouth for J9j three months or more,?' writes Mrs; s|S Edith Christie, 3 Middle St., Chip- ffl pendale, Sydney, ''It was all tester ed and had proud flesh; around it. It disfigured his face very much and 1 'JB I fied all kinds of ointments, but f|| Without doing it the least bit of ? jS good, and it seemed/ to be getting -Jxj worse and worse. !At last, a lady . .|fl recommended me to try a tin of Rex- J§| one Ointment, which I did. I ap- ]§| plied it to his lip twice a day, and Jf|| in three days's time it was comple- -.|j§j tely cured, the scab came right off, jfj| leaving the skin underneath quite -|1S| healthy and clean. I also had a JJfSj gentleman staying with us at the time, and he was suffering with a very sore lip. Every time he at- 'bIIbB tempted to eat his' lip would bleed, . . . f?. he was suffering like, this for some time. He also had tried othe...

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

About Egypt. Gunner I^ewis and Private Fred. Muir each send friends interesting cuttings from articles in the Cairo newsprints, . evoked by the presence of Australians. The attached is por. ! tion of an account of ancient Egypt published for the information of the Australians: — ' We must first of all then bear in mind the enduring nature of ancient' Bgyptian civilisation, its gods, its customs, its language. The tradition ' al first Icing of ' the country, tho iman J who appears on the historical horiz jon, is Mena. Like our King Arthur, i like the Koman Romulus, 'or the Athenian Theseus, Siena probably ne er existed under that name. But| Iron* Mena|J'st&rts the chronology of Egyp tian history. This has always been reckoned in dynasties after the model first laid down tey Manstho, an Egyptian priest who lived a-Jout B(.C. 250, when the gods he served were nearing the end of their careers. lie arranged them in thirty dynag. ties, a division which is still used. Until Hariett...

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

CLIFTOH ^ At Coalcliff Colliery work has been I progressing satisfactorily during tha weeK, the trade at the mine being i stated to be fairly sound.; j A billiard tournament in connec I tion with the Clifton School of- Arte j was this week won by Mr. W_. Tobin. The prize was a billiard cue. A euchre tournament at the same in stitution twas won by Mr; J. Craig. There were about twenty entries, the prize being a trophy. Much interest is now being taken in the School of Arts. A number of new books have been installed, and the lit rary is be ing made up-to-date in every,' respect. A progressive euchre tournament in I aid of the funds is now being ar ranged. J The Clifton Catholic Church is now being utilised as a Convent School. There are two Sisters resident here, and they have been successful in get ting together about eighty pupils. 'A site for a convent is being sought, as it is expected the attendance will considerably increase in the near future. In order to provide the ne cessary...

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

DAP TO ?Throughout this district there are jniitrnificent crops of maize and plan ter's friend. With the splendid rains which have fallen during the past week, the prevailing good season promises to run well into the winter months.. The main* thoroughfares of Dapto* have been taken in hand by Central Illawarra Council and thoroughly 'rej novated and metalled. A delay in ar rival of the metal is responsible for preventing that, which is already on the streets from being blinded. At a meeting of the Dapto Dodge No. 78 I.O.O.F., oik Tuesday night, the District Deputy Grand Master, assisted by P.D.D.G. Masters Bros! Swan and McAulifl'e, the following office-bearers were appointed for the ensuing term— N.G., Bro. W. Kirk ; R.S.N.G., Bro. J. Duley; L.S.N. G.' Bro. D. B. Warrington; V.G., Bro. James Tomkins; R.S.V.G., Bro. J. *Laughlin; L.S.V.B*, Bro. D. Nunanj inside guardian, Bro. D. G. McAul jiTe; treasurer, Bro. J. T. Swan ; secretary, B ro. W. Arthur. Dapto concert-goers will lie affo...

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