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

BOXING. Dickie Johnstone (Balgownie), and ''Screw': Robinson (Coledale), light weights, are advertised tcj box a con test at Thirroul to-morrow after noon. Todd (Austinmer), and Martin -{Wopnona), are the prelim, pair. gg, ' ? - ? ? ? ? gj* * The- finals of the £30 Tournament §& .will be contested at fthe Star Stadi l «m on Pay Saturday, February 27. 'Lou Wagley' will jiieet Dick John jstone -in 10.9 division, and 'Young. !* Thompson'' will face 'Willie Ritchir' -n the .9.9. Two special six-rounders m~, will complete the programme. / * * « * ^ For next Saturday, night, Feb. SO, ft; six rounds bouts will be singed at ! |* \ the Star, and most of the lads who tf ^competed in the £30 Tournament; jff have been matched to appear. Some; interesting mills should be 'the out ft -cojuc of this fixture. '' . ??? ' . .*?**#,* 2; ^ There will be no contest at the Star to-morrow night owing to g| March and sustaining a painful injury '%?- to' one. of his hands, .lack Darcy »-? ivas appro...

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

- .' LT'lTIGOW. ? ' 'A;: company is on the money fttark et, 'the purpose of whicli is to erect ^ an uo-to:date brick theatre. v The prospectus estimates a profit oi sev enteen per cent.'

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

' ' ' BBG-A. ' Major Bland left for Sydney last' v ? Saturday, and is to be married in St Patrick's Church this ? week to , Mks. iiorgan, a widow. J Some time ago Mr. C. Parbery i lost a fine bull and finding no trace , of the aninial life placed the matter m the hands of., the police. Mr Par bery has just received word to pro -*eed to St, Mary's to identify 'an animalj which is thought to:' fee his; 1 having by- some means reached that place with a nvols from Bega. » ? At last meetijag of the P.P. Board the Inspector reported that opthai inia was'' very prevalent; among ,eat-^ tip, causing' much trouble. Affected ' beasts were being treated according 1 o Department's- recommendations . Hfr. William Jjooth/ of ^ Jelisit, ^pjio has passed the ninetieth 'milestone pf life, is far from ^'ell 'at presents i ? 1 1 y .'j: 'i

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

NAaiOoMA. After a. spell of two* mouths Mr; - Preddy has, started \vK)rk at his mill at: Wa.gon.ga, likewisa' Mr. Mitchell. Since the War there has beei!*a great filling off in the demand for timber^ The duck sfeason opened to-day and 9S /usual a number of Jiocal resid went in search of 'game, and, li- a - good da^-'s isp'ort; (a : fair /i number was bagged. , -

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

fi'- ' CAMDBN. * I Stock £ales last 'week: ? * ^ twto co^wB £6 1 l l^ ^fl and ids. ' -i'7'-''' . ? : r^^^tbsh jBroS., Denbigh, 3 toWs | ;^-8 ftwb^ rd.i^tb, ? 5 s. choice 1 A'. Anschau, BtingeUyV' si?c covrs in /; a)il^ ,dGb-^oe £l-)' tftten i1: Itv-0 ^r;vJ%, co^ atid calf £7 ,2s S0a. ' sey* heifers, quality, £7 17s '63, =ohe ?;sph; hfr cow, March, £9; brindle cow, £'7. V. J. Arnold, Hazorback~a Jersay heifer, spg. £7 2s 6d. 0. Brooks, 'J^a'-orbijck, tvvo sprg, heifprs £8 12s 6d; two ditto. A' 7 7s fid; do. smaller £6 2s r\d. Cuthell,. Wero'mbi, Ayrsliire cow, spg., quality, second unf ?A nsch au ; Br ingelly , ' cow and calf, slack-, .£7 5s. Miss Carroll, Menangl?, cow, not sound, .£.5 2s 6d; roan cow £ 5 . Ii. O'Heilly, liurvagoran^, two, cows' spg. £5 9s. * J. A. Ca.rlon, senr., Burragorang, 11 steers, 2 t'D 2^ years, t£3 14s. Johnston, per Mr. I'ayton, nine heifers, 11 mouths, £4 Is. W (Iiof3, MenaJigls, thirty-four hf-'S. 2 to 2j years, £-3 3 s; 20 ditto pass ed i ten lifrs. fat...

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

Starr- Bowkett Building Society No. 2 NOTICE TO MEMBERS. THE Society's Financial Year Closes on SATURDAY, 27th February, 1915. All acoounts in arrears after that date will be stringently dealt with as provided in Rule 1.3 (E). By order of the Board, J. A. FORD, Secretary. Wollongong, Feb. 12, 1915.

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

DEATH BELL — February 10, at Wollongong Hos pital, William Benjamin, beloved husband of Alice Bell, Mount Keira, aged 26 In Memoriam Notices BLACKETT.- In sad memory of our dearly loved one, Viola Grace Camp bell, who was drowned at Scar borough, February 14, 1912; aged 19 years and 8 months. Far beyond this world of changes, Far beyond this world of care, We shall find our own sweet Viola In our Father's Mansion fair. Oh, how sadly missed by mother, father, brothers and sisters -Jim, Belle, Chrystabel, George and Bessie. BARTLEY.— In loving memory of. our dear mother, who departed this life Februaay 11, 1914. She left her home in peifect health, Not thinking death was near, Not thinking that she never would Return to her home so dear. A dreadful shock, a dreadful blow, Oh, mother dear, we miss you so ; Our loss is great, we'll not complain, But trust in God to meet again. Inserteidby her loving daughter and son-in-law, and grandchildren, Sarah and John McCloskey. BARTLEY.— In lovin...

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

Thirroul Progress Association | The annual meeting was held last j Tuesday evening. T!he President, Mr. W. Lackey, presided over a good at tendance of both members and non- - members .(including a number of la dies). ; The secretary, £Ir. 0, tMcNaughtonj read the report of the year, sum marising the letters sent :'to ' Sh rd Council and results thereof. This was received with great interest, the frequency of the stereotyped reply, ''There is no moiiey for the pur pose,'' evoking comment. The report : V was adopted. In reference to the revenues from the various ridinfes one speaker in the discussion asked if the Council ^ were really serious in these replies, ' as to where the ratepayers' money had gone. It seetmied to him there „ *; had been a mistake somewhere, be- '-'j cause while they were being advised of the Council's impecuniosity, ino- - ; Hons for the iiftrease of salaries were „ ^ .being carried without any difficulty. Also, the serious financial- position I did not prevent...

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

Entertainments CROWN PICTURES . L&st Monday's programme showed a well-plotted dram/a ('Gaumont), in which the son of a quarry-owner, wrongly under a suspicion of having forged father's name, is, by his father's jfcet (under pressure of dis honor), buried under an explosion in the quarry. He is extricated, howev er, and the. truth comes out satis factorily. lms evening s programme will in clude a drama, '.'The Chimes,' and a Keystone comedy, 'Hello, Mabel !' There will be as an additional at traction on this and following even ings the Smith fapaily of dancers. For Saturday the big items are, 'The Moonstone of Fetz' (drama), 'The Stolen iY'acht' (Keystone). ? Then tor ^Monday there ' is a ; detec tive drama '(The Greyhound,:' in 5 parts. Wednesday's programme has for star a comedy, '''Amongst the Mourners.' For next Friday there is coming a production of Marie Co relli's ''Vendetta.' WOONONA ? At the Princess Theatre on Wed- | nesday evening will be shown 'The I Silence of De...

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

SOUTH BULLI , Om( hundred and forty-two em ploj^eps^have received notice of dis-, f charge , at thiscollier.y to takie effect, on' Saturday „ week, and between 5b and 60 have given notice* to iea,ve. This reduction 'does not 'give k on*, assurance of iwork fp^ the remain der. The prospeqt,^ according to re iDwo of the com have been, chattered *° cpwy co^£e ^-*0 Hla^arrg; to Mfeir steel' plasty/ , ^ - ' rC Finish of 'Show Quoit Handicap on Royal Alfred -Hotel ground Saturday, -i i.vx On Sunday a meeting will be held , . ; at St.' Francis Xavier's to form, -'-a v branch bf the C;F-A^ 'W.'! .'. ' '

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BULLI AND WOONONA [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 February 1915

BULLI AND WOONONA , Rulli mine, which has seven days jfor the pay, worked four days this week. . v In the Court on Thursday last the cases were : James Brown,, idrunk and disorderly, did not appear; recognis ances forfeited.— Three drill dodgers were, in the Children's Court, dealt with, two being sent to a detention tamp for ten days, the other fined# in all 5/6. — DiaVid Staples did not appear to answer to a charge by J. J. Hiles, inspector, of ejecting a building not in conformity .with ap plication. approved; it was stated'de- ^ fcndant had got a permit lor a one- ^ vobmed shop' and had built a shop and dwelling; . fined £5, costs 6s., professional costs £2 2s, or 3. m&te*, ,v- Mr. Cox appeared for the prosecu- ^ tion. — Edith Davis, , : charged (Frank ^ Hor ton with unlawful assault; ac cording to -the evidence, complainant had accused Horton of stealing her ducks; they had words, and' defend- ' ant struck her; fined 40s, costs^ 6s., - ~ | witnesses 11/fi, professional ...

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Wollongong Mails. Arrivals and Departures MAILS ARRIVE AT [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 February 1915

Wollongong Mails: Arrivals and Departures MAILS ARRIVE AT $ a.m. from Nowra, Shellharbour . Uhauderra, Dapto, Albion Par«v, Kiama, Berry. ! 11.10 a. in* from Balgownie, Fairy Meadow, Bellambi, Bulli Rail way, Thirroul, Helensburgh, | Clifton, Corrimal, Sydney, Scar- j borough. j 3.30 p.m' from Nowra. I 4.25 p.m. from Balgownie, Fairy I Meadow (Wednesdays excepted), j Helensburgh, Sydney. & p.m. from Mt. Iveira, Keiraville 6.30 p.m. Port Kembla, Figtree, Mt. . Kembla, Kembla Heights. 7.15 p.m. from Sydney, Woonona, Bulli 7.30 p.m. from Shellharbour, Unan derra, Dapto, Albion Park, Kiama, Dunmore, Gerringong, I 9 p.m. Corrimal. MAILS CLOSE AT '8 a.m. for Port Kembla, Mt. Keira, - ICeiraville, Figtree, Mt. Kem bla, '' Kembla Heights. 8.15 a.m. for iBfoigovmie, Fairy Meadow, Bulli Railway, Helens ' burgh, Clifton, Woonona, Corri hial, Sydnev, Scarborough. 10 a.m. for Nowra, Shellharbour, linarnderra, Dapto, Albion Park, Kiama, Dunmore, Berry. 10.15 aim. for Sydne3r. 2.4-5 p.m. f...

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THE STORYTELLER A Queens of Hearts CHAPTER XV.—FACE TO FACE. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 February 1915

THE STORYTELLER , A Queen oi Hearts ?-? by EVELYN EV&RETT GREEN,' | CHAPTER' XV.— FACE to 5FAOK. lie had always -dwelt in a region where terror lurked. He had always felt that some day his sin would find him! out. An innocent man had suffered — he had gone ^cot free. -To one, not even the victim:, had ever - suspected him/ or so he thought. A horrible dread now assailed him. Could the escaped man have known — or guessed more — than he believed ? Gould he have been biding his time until some chance offered? . Was this man. same emissary of his armed with credentials and fatts. Had he copied from -Hugh Gresham,. consci ously or unconsciously, turns of ex pression, inflections of voice, ges tures and- that laugh ? ' This %as a more possible thing to believe than that the leopard could change his spots; but what a hideous night mare for the man gazing down into the water, with black fear in his heart and hunted look in his eyes ! lArtd more than this; wliat was this stranger gro...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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SCARBOROUGH [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 February 1915

SCARBOROUGH Last week the miners at the South Clifton Colliery only got in 2^ days, while those employed at the Tunnel mine had 2| days. This 'week the outlook was much brighter, though the Tunnel mine was idle Wednesday. On Tuesday morning twelve. young men left fyere with object of going to the front. They were employees at tha Tunnel mine,^ and the (majority oi them originally hailed from# Scot land. There was a goon garnering 01 friends to see them off. The Sc&rqorough Progress Commit, tee held a meeting on Thursday n*ght to discuss the question oi the establishment at South Scarborough of a railway platform. It iwafl decio* r-d that a deputation interview the Minister for Hallways and point out that a mistake bad been made' by some onc- in regard to th» distance from the Scarborough station to I the proposed new platform. Mr. A i B. Nicholson wiill arrange for the deputation, which |will ^comprise Messrs. J. P. Selby, C. A. Brewn, J. Ford, B. Thistle, J. B. Anderson, Jo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 February 1915

If you want satisfation when ordering a Suit you have to consider PIT, W0HKMA1TSHIP, QUALITY, PRICE & VALUE L. Black's, The Right Price Tailor 55/- ? -2,-^55/. HAS STOOD THE TEST Ask your Friends. A Good Fit My Guarantee— Good Workmanship ISTf} 'PTT1 Best Quality J7A1 Lowest Price NO PAY Biggest Value Latest Patterns in Galore Your Own Material made up* I personally attend to every customer. r ' ! Always go to BLACK'S for * i Hats, Shirts, Ties, Sox, Braces, Underwear, etc., etc. MY PRICES ABB LOWER THAN YOU PAY IN SYDNEY INSPECT MY HAT VALUES. ? -Post . Quality ii© FUR FELTS f 1^. „ 5 m, For LO W EST PBICE8 I ^ ' ' j PYJAMAS ^ || Wr SOX, all Wool, 1/ . COMFORTABLE, DEESS1T ? Footwear . AT { LOWEST PRICES Con^isteat with Quality. For Everything in 1IE3STS WEAB always go to, T - PT a r*ir TIib Right Price

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 February 1915

No More Fat People — O— ' . Most fat- people seem to think that the only way to take off fat is to use dangerous drugs, follow; a star vation diet or take strenuous exer cise. But all tliis is nonsense, antl, thanks to the recent discovery of an eminent scientist, thousands of men «nd women are 'taking off several pounds of useless fat a- week, by simply rubbing on to the fat pa-rt hips, arins,. chin,, or. abdomen— &? sitiv ple lotion made by pouring a cup of hot water over a dram of quassia chips; let it stand for a minute, then strain through, a cloth, - and add three ounces 61 Cirola Bark Esx tract. Pour the mixture into a bot tle and apply -.night and. morning, irubbinjar it in with the hands for a. hout ten minutes, using a circular motion, and the fat whll' almost seem to melt away 'before your very eyes. The ingredients, which are inexpen sive, may ' be . had of any chemist, and the results fto be obtained are | really remarkable. ** DUCHESNE (LiTE SIMPSON) Xhe NEWSAG...

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The National Reserve (To the Editor,) [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 February 1915

TheNationalReserve :r (To the Editor,) Sir, — With less than five million - inhabitants Australia has already shown that— she is prepared to lake her share of Empire (responsibilities r in connection with the. War. Hhe Australian Navy has already achieved fame, 'Australian 'Expedi tionary Forces have captured all the German possessions in the pacific; Australian soldiers are under fire' iu . Egypt, and N.S.W. alone has rtontri tknlf _ _ . ? ? uutcii uvci uan tt uuiiiuil 01 l»l ljv;y to the various war 'unds. We ore sending re-inforcements to the front at the rate of 1000 a month, And . the Defence authorities have announ ced the despatch of anoth 2r contin gent of ten thousand men In April. But even yet, are 'fee doing ail that * we should' having thoroughly realis r ed the dreadful possibilities t-f 'this / war? Can we maintain our present rate of contribution in men and mo ney, if, as seems only too probable, th-s war lasts for the next two or j „ three years ? It is universally* ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 February 1915

AE. BALL, 'Woonona, Licensed Plumber . and: Water Fitter. Estimates given. APPLES. Pears and Quinces, from 2s 6d to 5b per bushel case, at the Orchard. H. Hunt, Thirroul. A YOUNG Lady, would like position Housemaid or Waitress ; good re ferences. Apply A.B., Woonona P.O. ADSTFNMFR — To Let, large unfur nished CJottajre, 25s per week. Apply G. Lamb & Co., Austinmer BULBS— Many varieties at H. R. Bud den's, the Best Seed FhopinWollong'ng BEAL PIANOS are made in Australia. No rise in prices on account of the new ariff. Oash or terms. M. T. Moran, Crown . Street Wollongong CABBAGE and Cauliflower Plants at H. 8, Budden's Seed Shop, opposite Monument, Grown Street CIDER Apples Wanted. Price cvt. in bags at Station. 0. Gotcb, Penphurst Railway Parade. ? CASH Savings will be yours if you take' our advice : Purchase your meat from Our Butcher, prime quality, low prioe. Hunter, Grown Street f CLEANLINESS, Civility, Attention, and ) a first class three-course dinner at Howarth's for 1...

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Catholic Federation. BRANCH IN WOLLONGONG. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 February 1915

Catholic Federation. BJMJNCH IN WOa.LrOiNiGONG. On Sunday, after the 11 o'clock ' Mass, Very Rev. Father Dunne intro- ' duced Mr. J. Cleary, President of1 the Australian Catholic Federation. | Mr. Cleary said it was a great pleasure to come here and speak to ' such a large gathering of the Cdth- ' olics of Wollongong in. furtherance or 1 the interest of this movement', which 1 was to _ organise the Catholic people I to obtain their rights which they , were denied, not so much by the 1 people of N.S.W- as by those who t were entrusted with t.Vio making the laws. Unfortunately, opinions ol the Qathollc Federat on were formed not ' so much by what they themselves * said as by what their opponents said. If people would, only take their information from the right quarters ?—from those authorised to give t, they would really think its objeGts could only be good, not only for Catholics, but the whole community. They were not asking for anything which they would deny to others, but to be pu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 February 1915

Monster Sale Building Material I.S.N. Company's Wharf WOLLONGONG. Frank Bevau UNDER instructions from Mr J. Waic wright, will Sell by Auction oa the Ground, on To-morrow, Saturday, 2.30 600 Sheet Gal. Iron, 5 to 10 feet 30U0 feet 3x2 H.W., long lengths 3000 feet Weatherboards, H.W. 1500 feet Flooring H.W. 1600 feet Joists, 6x2 . 1500 ieet Jo'iBte, 4x2. Doors, large In lots to suit purchasers. MONSTER CLEARANCE SALE. HORSES, WA880NS, GOAdHES General Carrying & Livery Plant Wednesday, March 3 Next 12 Noon. O'Donnell & Stumbles HAVE been favoured with instructions from Messrs JAMHS BROS., Mount Kembla, to Sell by Public Auction at the Stables, adjoining O' Halloran's Hotel, as above, the Whole of their First-clasB Well-known ! HORSE3 and PLANT, Comprising chiefly — 40 First-class Horses, including 18 Coach and Sulky Horses, ,6 dr. Geldings and Mares (3 -with foals), 6 Spring Cart and Van lorses, balance bioken-in Ponies and unbroken Horses 8 splendid Coaches, 6 to 16 pa...

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