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RURAL TOPICS ORCHARD COVER CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 February 1915

f . RURAL TOPICS tv:--- ... ? ? 1 ? ... ' ' t ' ORGHMiD COVER CHOPS. i A cover crop has been denned as . any crop that is grown in the or V : chard solely for the benefit of the trecfsl' It must *-e distinguished from ^ the System of inter-cropping, the ob ject of which is to obtai'n a greater return from the land, but in prac tice there are gradations,. as where a 1 erop of barley is cut or fed down by sheep, the stubble being afterwaris ? ploughed in, 01* in the case of peas, r when the pods are gathered for the . market before the haulms are turned , , over. There is a good deal to be h%-'- «&ta for the feeding down systoni, {,s what the animals consume is re . placed in a more valuable form, by the manure, leaving the Increased va ; lue of the stock ' as clear profit. Some growers claim to have proved crop harvested an$fed to ' returns more to the soil in the ; ? . -shape of manure than the same- crop would have done if ploughed in green. It Is generally admitted, too w ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The South Beach NEW SURF CLUB FORMED. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 February 1915

The South Beach NKW SLW CDUB FORMED. On Monday evening a public meet- 5^1 ing was held in the Council Cham- -''1 bers for the purpose of organising ^ lifesaving measures for South Beach. ^ The Mayor (Alderman Lance) pre*4-' sided and there was a very fair ct- -- | [tendance, including bathers who sta- ' - ted they had been bathing at South tteach for years, and declared it to I be as safe as any other beach. I The chairman pointed out that the members of' the two existing clubs '*fr i appeared to be averse to taking over the control of South Beach, there j fore the ? only course would be 'to 'J form a new club to render efficient I service. j j In answer to Mr. Beatson, the chairman said that members of the - ' H North Wollongong Club, said that the : South Beach was unsafe. Mr. J. A, Ford moved, ''That a , new surf club be formed, to be known us the South Wollongong, Ofe V Saving and Sunbathing Club. He * said the idea of making the place a public bathing area emanated from/ the re...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Letter from Private Fred Muir [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 February 1915

Letter from Private Fred Moirj Mrs. R. O'Donnell, Unandorra, has -received further letters from her son Fred, from -which the following are extracts. It is dated from the Mena Camp .—The tram runs right to the Camp, and there is a fine road be tween magnificent avenues of trees. We are pestered by Arabs, about' 500 of ''Whom are always in wait for us outside the cnrtip and pounce upon us soon as we leave, onertng to take us for tours, failing this they try to sell us faked coins or curios or tell our fortunes, or take us for rides on camels or donkeys; no matter how far we march out into the desert an Arab springs from somewhere and sells us cigarettes, tomatoes, or oranges. In the town they are 'worse. Jt is sometimes almost impossible to pet rid of them peacefully. If we should halt for a minute in a street a small Arab wanders up and starts to clean our boots. The Arabs work ing- at the camp live on the scraps of food we throw awny, or rake over our rubbish heaps till nothing is ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
UNANDERRA [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 February 1915

VNJIiDERRA It is stated « that the tender of Messrs. J. Warrington and W. J O'Brien has been accepted by the [Water and Sewerage Board for the 'bridge over Cordeaux River below [the -'dam. ?_ - - Mr. Gatjriel Purcell, Mt, Kembla. ; land Miss Gladys Franklin, Unander ra, were makried in Wollongong on Tuesday evening last. , . (Fish 'are biting fairly well on the lAke; some. good ca.tches #-were made last week-end. The favorite ground1 is Uidall s -Reef. J The match between Ihe two 19- j footers Juanita and Eidna, came off pn Saturday last in very light wiea ther, ? J uanita winding 'by about'four minutes. The winner was; sailed byv John Massey, and Frfed. Wood^ junr,, was ''at the helm of the Edna. 1

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 — 19 February 1915

Harris & Parsons, PAINTERS, PAPERHANGERS, &c. Material and Workmanship Guaranteed. ARTHUR HARRIS, i FRED PARSONS, j Church Street, WOLLOXGONG. The Austral Boot Store for RELIABLE FOOTWEAR Agent for Perry's Gold Medal BOOTS. FIRST CLASS REPAIRS. Goodyear Stitching for the trade E.G. STRIKE, WOLLONGONG. R.H.HOWES, Tobacconist, Hairdresser, Stationer, etc. The best Brands of Tobaccos, Cigars, and Cigarettes always in stock A splendid assortment of Pipes, Cigar and Cigarette Holders, Tobacco Pouches, Perfumes, etc. I have a large assortment of Toys, Post Cards, Stationery, and all kinds of School Requisites, Novels, etc. ^ Have a Look at our Windows. Don't Forget Our Saloon - For a First-close Haircut and Easy Shave. Crown Street, Wollongong D. EVANS, Opposite Post Office, — BULLI,— For Stationery, Tobacco, Cigars and High-class Confectionery. Local Agency for Christie's Umbrella Recovers. Latest Patriotic Music. Violin Strings and all Musical Requirements. Iced Drinks a...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEEK BY WEEK [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 February 1915

WEEK BY WEEK Kiatba Council this year elected a Mayor (Alderman liove, ire-elected). - -? and a deputy-Mayor. Mr. 'Hugh McKenzie erected and furnished, at his own expense, a Bel , gian tea tent at Nowra Show. Messrs.. #W. .T. Wiseman and T. ' Armstrong wall . represent Wollong ong Circuit at the annual conference of the Methodist Church, and Mr. ! J. T. Wynn Bulli Circuit. * \ During the week, Miss M. Qavill, j daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Cavili, j sehr. of Coalcliff, was married to V 5Ir. Ernest Caladine, at' St. Thom as's Church, llozelle, Sydney. , The late John Russell, of Albion Park, died intestate. The properties will all be submitted at auction. The value of the estate Is estimated at nearly £100,000. Mr. Thos. Mclrityre's dairy farm at jasper's Brush, was submitted to auction by Stewart and Morton on Saturday last. The sum of £40 per acre was offered, but it was passed in at that figure. - -r Mr. John Xicholls, who for the last ; six ? or seven years has been dairy farming ...

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

HELE8SBUR6H Rumours of a shooting- affray at Baker's Ciaimp reached the police on Sunday morning. Ltater a man was attended to by the medical officer suffering from a bullet wound in the arm. A woman will appear at the Court ? next (Monday charged with shooting with intent to do 'grievous bodily harm. 4 A successful harvest festival was held in the Church of England Hall on Monday. On the same evening a euchre party and social, in aid of the Convent School Fund, was held in the Centennial Hall. Mr. F. Armand Bland, SI. A., lec tures in the Club Assembly Room, on Tuesday on 'Trades Unionism.' On Saturday fc^jput twenty Balgow nie residents (including cricketers), visjted Helensburgh as guests of the Workmen's Club. The cricket match ended in favor of the local team. The rough state of the pitch was said to be responsible for the poor scores of the Balgownle lads. We noticed a couple of them bandaged up after the contest. A supper was given in honor of the visitors; over a* hundred at...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KEIRAVILLE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 February 1915

KEIRAVILLE A successful concert was given by the Male Choir and artists of the district in the Mechanics* Institute on Friday night last; when the foll owing- programme was rendered.— Part song, '('Comrades in Arms,'' choir; song, 'Veteran,' Mr. Gfreen ; solo, 'Since . I lost You,' Miss Tim tvtnc. flnvi/v ? ' Hf«i .T Ard - iiuar JlWbblUWi'vai f't» - . ton; humorous song, 'I Parted my Hair in the Middle,' Air. Hutching son; laughing song, choir; solo 'Sun- shine and Bain,' Mss Frost; humor ous song, 'John Willie, Come On,' Mr. Kellehe*. Part »5ong, ''In Ab sence,*. choir;: song, 'To-night,' Miss Frost; recitation, /Man wa3 Made to Mourn,'- Mrs. jBIack; h.umo ( rous song, 'Get Out iand get Under'* Mr. Keller; part song, 'YThe Chapel' choir; song, 'Sentenced 'to Death,* Mr. Green; solo, 'Thy Sentinel e.m T,' Mr. Jordan; humorous song, 'I Shall get Into such, a ?ItoV when Mother Knows,' Mir. Hutchinson, part song, 'Excelsior,' choir; 'God ! Rave the King.*' The proceeds, whicj^ ; amount...

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

— ? . ' I PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. | Wollongong, Fellowship ;Assocla_ tion, 30 a.'m.; 'The Lord Mighty in Battle,' 11; 'Th« 'Value of a Soul, 7.15 ? p4m. Hev. D. I^cKay Barnet, B.a: Balgownie; 3,- Rev. D. Mclvay Barnet, B.R. . v Kembla Charge. ?Unanderrft, IX, Port _ Kembla. 3, Mt. Kembla, 7.15. Speaker! , Pastor . D. Gemmelli Subject, 'X Band, ot. Young Men whose hearts ? God did Touch.*? c ?? . - 1 ? - ? - ?*

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

ALBION PARK r: The demand for milk in Sydney is fast increasing, with tHe result that the supplies being received at the Illa'warra Central Creamery co.sni . tute something, of a record. , Block days are, not nearly so frequent heretofore. . , Lieutenant Charles Ziems, son 'of i Mr. II.' . C. Ziems, of Albion Park, has received a notification of his appointment to Liverpool Camp fo;r the purpose of imparting instruction to recruits for the front, and leaves on Monday next tq take up his new ' duties. Lieut, ifliems has recently undergone a course of instruction in the officers' training school i and the fact, that he has received the above mentioned appointment indicates he i has acquitted himself favorably. . He is anxious to go to the front 1 i in- self, and it is .probable that er o long he will be in part command -;£? a detachment. Mr. Monte Brown, ol Yallah, also leaves on Monday mxt . to join the expeditionary forces. Alderman Alex. Weston, of Albion .Park, is. at present conf...

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

CONGiR'EGATlONAIj CHURCH. ?? l^llongong, II, ' V Joy to the House of . God;' 7.15, 'The Sense of. the -Eternal; ' Communion- Keiraville 5.30. Sunday School -Address* Rev. C. S. Giver. ' ; - r:-)

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

At Her Forties Every woman approaches her 'for ties with considerable anxiety, heA cause she knows this is the' time of life when trivial ailments may be the first signs of serious trials atad suf ferinp\s to come.' Hence she fears for the 'future and has melancholy fore bodings; and lnvariabiy lassitude, headaches, backaches and distressful symptoms sadden her life. a How needless Is much of the anxi ety that assails the wopmen ap proaching forty has b£en proved by ' thousands of happy women who hav-* relied on the health-help given by Dr. Williams' Pink OPills for, Pale People. To the middle-aged woman, the one thing most necessary to car ry her tlirough her years ot trial is pure, new blQod. Jt gives a woman the strength she needs to keep her health ritrht, and because of their j direct action on the blood, Dr. Willi ams' Pink Pills for Pale people are the one remedy praised by women for women's .needs. Tlfey strengthen the nerves and banish all depression ; they dispel pain and ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWCASTLE NOTES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 February 1915

NEWCASTLE NOTES The result of the referendum at West Wnllsend' on the question of lighting the streets by electricity, was the rejection of -the ''proposal. ' Newcastle Council lias let its shops this yek«* at considerable advances of rents The hot- weather had almost killed the strike 1» Kurri, but the hotel keepers knocked ' under just ' when the ?_ things were coming their way. ? — '.'Times.' The second Cessnock Annual pub ISc Eisteddfod w^ill be 'held in 'Atl Water's Hall, on Thursday, Friday, land Saturday, May' 27, 28 and 29.

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

Suffered Intense Pain' backache, neusriaUgia and GrRA V'iULi. ? Or. Sheldon's Gin ? Pills Soon Effect A Cure. ? - 'Fqr many months I have suffered ?with my back. I could not jstoop 1 without the most intense pain, and 1 -suffered torments from Neuralgia fn the. head, also Ih&d Gravel,' writes Mrs. Catherine I^nnbn, 6 Garden 'Avenue, Glebe, N..S.W. *1 iried all sorts of pifis for nay back and toy head, feut could not*get any relief. In the condition T -WSas in ft was a torture to- do^my household ? duties, and got no better until, a - lady recommended me to try. Dr. Sheldon's Gin Pills. These pills ®avp tne relief at 'once, and I had. not' T-een 'talcing them long betore my . back was much better, ®ml now I _ am entirely frfee -# pata. in both' my ] fjack aod head, and *T feet so mucli j fjetter genferally th&fc my household duties have lifcfcome quite' a pleasur* to, me/'' , ^ . % Foi* ' Bkckafche ? 1 and 1 fell Kidney Trimbles, use Df. Sheldon's Gin fills. Om? of th...

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

[?] On Thursday night a carpenter's workshop, the property of Mr. D. Grogan.b ituated opposite the local railway station, -was totally destroy ed 'by -fire. The lo^s is estimated at .'£260, part of which is covered by insurance. How the fire originated is' not known. Mi\ l-avjd Birch is adding another story to his premises in. the main 1 street, Thirroul. The second storev is ' to be used as a billiard saloon ard Mr. Birch intends putting in three . new tables. ] The other evening a number of her ] friends entertained Miss Grace at a j kitchen tea in honor of her approa^ j ching marriage. The guest was the recipient of a. host of useful articles. Miss Eliza Jackson, of Thirroul, i.was united in wedlock to 'Mr. Tem pleton, also of Thifroul, oti Satur day. The marriage was solemnised in Sydney. Several other : wpddiners . are announced to take place at Thir roul at an early da^te. . The .Pictoria Picture Co. are ar-' rang-iog ' 'a benefit . entertainment on behalf of the family of ,Mr...

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North Illawarra Council [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 February 1915

North iiiawarrii Cooncil !A special meeting was held5 last ' Monday evening; all the aldermen be ing present. Correspondence. Prom the Board of Health, asking what had been done re complaint ot Corrimal Iiotel sanitation. Prom C.I. Council intimating that renuest to hnnd ov«r the Oovpmm^nt i grant of £100 for Mt. Keira Road, ; to be expended thereon by North II- ' lawarra Council had been agreed to . | Also that Council's share of recent | expenditure on that road, £20, had 1 been passed for payment to North 1 lllawarra. i Prom Prank Young, ex-Mayor, m reference to statement that he was responsible for the fillegal expendit ure of the Wilton-road grant of £100 on Mt. Keira-road, showing that there had been no such expend iture in his term. Finanje and Resignation; Apologies. The Mayor said that at the last meeting, in a heated discussion, he had* gone too far. The Clerk had Ttftvi - i«_ t. . j ? ... « j ih ' — a-inji ue uaa snuot)evi xne Clerk; he was prepared to apologise and withd...

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

To Clear Blotchy Complexions Constipation disfigures the com plexidn with pimples and blotches; Poisonpus matter wjiich should, have been expelled from tne ::,s^te& is rc ?eained and gives rise to impurities in the blood. Cosmetics and'. oint ments are more likely than not to aggravate^ the trouble fcy blocking the pore& of the skin. Regularity oiust ^ be ? teBtftblisSed to remove the trouble. ? Pinkettes, the dainty new, laxative, quickly clear .away all offending mat ter. without the least griping or dis comfort. In every household such a simple,' safe -medicine is needed. Pin^-% ettes are tiny, sugar-coated %? ovals, pleasant and easy to take. \ ? iPjnkettes are a corrective fdr bad jbreath, swill clear the complexion and are recommended for torpid Jiver, tl tiousness, headaches, constipation, whenever a gentle laxative as required. Write to the'Ikv WMiaans' Medicine do., Sydney, for ^ % ires trial sample mentioning the /? South ^ [i?oast Timeef' Pinkettee are Is-...

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

' ' . ? ! [Caed.J MISS MILLIE HARDY,. A.V.C-M., A.L.C.M. L.V.JM., L.L.C M. Teacher of pianoforte, or 9 an, and THEORY, will receive or 'visit Pupils. Acldress ' 'Vera Villa,' Gray Eftreet, Woonona.

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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