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NORTH COAST NEWS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 February 1915

NORTH COAST NEWS iLast week David. Pollock, Bellin gen, while engaged in adjusting a well-pump, and being lowered down the shalt, fell a distance of 59 feet in consequence of the winding gear giving way. He sustained a fractur ed thigh and several other wounds, and is considered to have got out fortunately. Mr. H. Tyter, o! East Wardell, met with rather a serious accident last Greek. He Was engaged breaking m a voung horse which got away, from him and entangled itself in some barbed wire. In trying, to get it clear Mr, 'J^-ler got entangled in the wira and, getting dragged, was severely tnjured. I Up to Saturday last the following applications for Crown Lands in the Casino Land District were lodged at ,the local Lands Office — M. F. H'an txlgan (conflicting application, first. In ballot), h.f. 1280 acres, parish oi Picarbin. county Drake; H. N. M« 'ILeod, h.f. 1257 acres, parish Whip (orle, county Richmond.. I The Binna Burra Co. is now turn I ng out 15 'tons of butter a week, Which...

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

Wollongong District Hospital^ I At the usual committee meeting on Thursday night last week the follow i ing were present, Messrs. W. Parkin* son (president), Taylor, Connolly, T Thompson, Frederlckb. Konnti, Jar man, Ellis, Payne, Adlington, Par-' sons, and D. Porter, -3-. Phillips and , Robertson (treasurer). (Am topology | wias received for una v-oidab e absence j i from the sec. and Mir. S. Bird. j I Correspondence. Nurse Fletcher applied for the po sition of head nurse at the institu tion at a salary ot £72 per annum. , Inhere were three applications l for the position as probationary nurse. Tho request of Nurse Fletcher was acced ed to. | W!. C. Thomas wrote co?np|iniientin^ the staff and the committee on the excellent .treatment meted out to hinj whilst an inmate of the hospitalt Contributions were received from the following, Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Doyle £1, Dr.' end Mrs. Wado£l Is, ( , Tramwav Employees' Association J ft i68' ' ? . i Matron's Report Matron U3ayes reported as lol...

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

BALGOWNIE Mtv Pleasant mine has to date 7 days for the pay, with one anorc possible. A machinery house at the mine is now nearly complete, also'a chamber inside for a motor. Also, the trkm line to the screens is )«mg duplicated; this haulage is to 'be done by endless rope. The Parents' and Citizens' Associ ation at a meeting on Tuesday ev ening dec dod that the annual school picnic should be in the latter part i There are now over sixty members in the newly formed Rifle Club and | when the range is secured, it is ex- i pected the number will increase to i .100. .. ; ! ' j -The Ambulance Class is just com- i menclng a second course under lr. Kirkwood. 'An, attendance of twenty is expected. I Mr. Richard Popple, one of the boldest deputies, sustained a very bad j in thte mine mvlifting a skip on to the road,.'fl^id is off , s^ork, j mile 'picking blac'£b?rries last j week a boy-i ntomed McMahon was bitten by-'s snake. The first-aid in struction received at school served -t Wm well; an...

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

AUSTIHMER j (Our Correspondent.)9' Auetinmer 2*esidents and visitors are to make an effort on Saturday, Peforuary 20th, to forward to our boys at the fropt as imany cases es possible of blackberry jam made from the berries they intend to pick for that purpose. The Peacock Jam Co. has offered to manufacture, tin, 'and pack and forward, through Chamber of Commerce Food Fund, any am ount up to a ton; A us tinnier to pro v de berries and sugar. To this end all who can pick are asked to do so, and those who cannot to subscribe to the fund for the sugar. This movement, it is feared, is some what belated, but still it has been decided to do what is possible, with the certain knowledge that it wil| be appreciated, whatever the quanu* ? ty may be. The 'late secretary to the Progress Association, itr. Eric Ferguson, - is the latest recruit from here. At pre sent he is not definitely detailed to any particular corps, but is willing to join anv that ?mnv finrt Immedi- I ate need for him, Mr. Fe...

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Wollongong Mails. Arrivals and Departures MAILS ARRIVE AT [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 February 1915

Wollongong Mails. j Arrivals and Departures ®MLS arrive At~ . 9 a.m. from i\Towra, Shellharbour* ? Uhawderra, Dapto, Albion Paf«, ; ' .„ Kiama, Berry. . ; / j 11.10 .a.inv froii 'Batigownie, ,.faire. . Meaiiow, jSellambi, Bulli ItaH V way, ., Th ir ro ul j ? Helensburgh, ' i Clifton, Corrimal, , Sydney-, Scar borough. 3.30 p-m* . from NowWl, r-: X . ; , ?£?25; p.iii. .frpni^ .JSaigownie,; , JF^iry ? . Meadow iWedriesdgys excepted.) j 'H®lewsbJirg'h, Sydney. , .. . . & p,.m. from Mt. fcpira, Keiraville^ Figiree, jit. : - Kembla , Kembla Heights ? - ; 7.15 p.m;. from- Sydney, Woonona, Bulli- . . . 7,30 -p^m,;'. frohr^ Shellharbour, Ujian-. ; ^ . derro., . |)apto, Albion Park., 'f . -Kiatoia, Bujimore. Gerringongi . v9 ^pJtii; Corrimal. .;? .... . j MAILS CtOSE'AT $. a.?m- . Jor ' Port Kembla, Mt. Keira, \ Kipiravill^ , Figtr^e, ; Mt. Ketn ,\.'bia, JCembla Heights. ' ' i .^l ?: for , jBja'Jg-ownie, I^avry;] , ? - Meadow^ Bulli . Railway, j . ,r Clifton, Woonona, Corrt '¥£'-X Sy...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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OUR NEIGHBOURS. (From our Exchanges.) CAMDEN. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 February 1915

OUR NEIGHBOURS. y ' — (From our Kxchoat*#.) . 1 CAMDEN. i?(' on Friday morning last. Mr. HaT\ ? vey, of Crookwell, sustained the se F ' rioHS loss of a tmotor car, wliidi : } 'was biirnt on the Razorback. Ilr. Mawey and party were journeying by W£r. ' r*-ad, and before covering the u'St part of the Razorback. hill on Cam # ; den side, stopped to replenlBJi thor ^ naPtha tank with spirit, n d Tvl'il.? £-?/ this was being doiie the fire .'(Vv, ; out; the naptha being exp isse I.- Mi- j thing could save the 'iurn lij car, It j f' ^ ?. - ' i_ - J J- _ ? « ? - r»„ « -i- . -.1 I^.ly . Jo HOT/ Known now Lilt? urc atavt ;u. .' Tlie Municipal Council have carried jprg',. a motion that corporation saleyirds established. ' ? ^#.-*;y - ? Stock 'sales last weefc — s -Pigs,— Fa.jr supply forward; porkers p?-', /' .' brought from £1 9s 6d to CB^VA/O; -tore pigs to 8/6. ' Ipffi/ ? : Calves.— The usual heavy list, two fc' - pens filled which realised irotu o/6 |§P;:;v' ;':to 'i:2/15/fi. . ' , C;p. E...

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

ilEiTHODIST CHURCH. Wollongong. 11 , Mr. W. Hayman ; I 7, Rev. J. E Metcalfe. Dapto, . 2.30., I Marshall Mount 11, Mr. VE. Easta I way. Mount Keira, 2.45, Mr. T. Bls sell; 7, Mr. W. Preece. . Mount Kem bla, 3 and 6.30, Student. Balgow nie, 3, Rev. ,i. J j. juetcaiie,; i , ? ? W. Mastord. Bellambi , 3, Mr. , *!? Walker. Corrimal, 11,' Student. 7, Mr. J. Hughes. Tjlianderra,. 3, Mr. J. W. Onions. Port Kembla, 7, Mr. J. Wr. Onions, Keiraville, 11, Rev. J . E. Metcalf®; 7, Mr. T- Btssell. Bulli Circuit. I Bulli, 11, Mr. J. Tarn; 7.15, Stu- ; dent. Woonona, 11, Student; 7, Rev. | W. N Lock. In Memoriam Service. Ooledale, 3.15, Rev. W. N.\ Locx Thirroul, 11. Rev. W. N. Lock; 7.15 Mr. K. Price

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

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Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. First Sunday in Dent. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 February 1915

Church Services. CHURCH OF BNiGUAKD. First Sunday (n Lent. I St. Michael's, Wollongong, 8 a.tn., ' H.C, Rev. CY 'A. Stubbin; 11, Morn- ; ing Prayer and H.C. , Rev. C. Stub bin; 7.15. Evening Prayer, Rev. J. Poole. Mt. Kembla, 3, Harvest Fes tival and Hi.CV, Rev. rC. A. Stubbin; Port Kembla, 7.15, H.C. , Rev. C. A. Stubbin. Figtree, 11, H.C., Rev. 3. Poole; 7.15, 'Mr. Mackay. Balgownie, 1 3, Rev. J,..' Poole. Keiraville, 3.15, ? Mr. W. Scott. Fairy Meadow, 7.15, Mr. C. W. Prott. Bulli, 11, H.Ci. Rev, Rooke; 7.15, Rev. W. Price. Thirroul, 11, .1. T. jUngen, K.C.; 7.15, Rev. Rooke. Woonona, 11, Reader; 7.15, J. 'T. Lingen, K.C. ] ; /

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

H. E. HARRIGAN MOTOR GARAGE, Wollongong. TELEPHONE 141, Wollongong. Motor Cars for Hire Day or Night See the Sights of Beautiful lllawarra by Motor Car. All Day Tourist Trips via Mac- ^ Jt quarie Pass, Bowral, Moss Val e, Kangaroo Woilongong Also via — Bulli Pass, Cataract Dam, Picton, I Bowral ^ Robertson, to Wollongong. All Cars driven by experienced men with a view to the ' comfort of patrons- * All Motor Requisites kept in Stock. REPAIRS of Every Description Executed Viz Gas ana Oil Engines, Separators, Sewing Machines, Bicycles Motors. Turning and Fitting done. Nickel. Plating Silver- Plate Ware. Guns Revolvers. Brazing — in fact, everything metallic. Always s\irrg.ss J H^V J\ J Young Housekeepers (and the more experienced also) BULl I m | _ ment if anything goes wrong 11 j ' fljm Mr i Ir 11 8 with the cake in the baking. |)j'{ i | u k ? 1 1| |j . Those who are. wise will I '*' p n|- Jnlji 1 1 -? be sure to obtain and use i*4 K tf®*! ill II ill 1 1 . 'Dr. Waughs Baking Pow- . |...

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

COLEDALE The North Bulli mine . i has been ' , working well during the week, and a fair number 'of men who Have been thrown out of wprkj at South Bulli and Excelsior Collieries have been given a start here. The- , coke -i trade : continues to improve. '? A collection has been made 'at the mine on behalf of the fam ly of the ; laxe air. »peea, who died aiewi rweets ago. So far the sum of . iil5 6s has . been realised. With regard to the jdis|iute.'vtvhich has arisen in connection with; the election of Mr. James Russell; tifttil recently secretary of the North Bulli. ? Miners' Lodge as treasurer 'of the ll lawarra Colliery Employees Associa tion, it f jority of the lodges h»ve_ rejected a motion to ' have the ? election coridac- ted ail pver.-again^^ ?'??It bered that the point was raised that j many of ? the employees thought that the, J as. Russell elected .was one and | the same, as James Russell, late. of Mount Kembla.; ;}£?:' 1 he annual Church ;of JEngland' Syn- | day of prizes ...

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

c LTTUGOW. j The cond'. tion of the local coal trade. was about the Same last week as for many weee^s past. It was Raid that no change worth* noticing had occurred, and that the prospects were still , unpromising. - /

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

kangaroo valley. i At. the recent opening of the-31en- liurray tactot-y the chairman said they had there the substance, not a shadow, of £3000 worth of inachin erJ£» plant and buildings, .which he | claimed to be 'Unique in the history of factory building in this Statej as the share capital was not worth £50 [una uieir loiai loaeoieaness wo Vila not exceed £600. (Applause.) How was it done? Well, when he told them the company purchased £700 wortVi of plant at Woodhill for less ? \han £20, and even better bargains j later on, they held the ke%- to the situation. The only ad ,rers3 circum stances the company had to contend with was the hold up, for the time being, of their electrical plant ow ing to the war, wliicii meant a lot to them when they were ? to ' have 20 h.p. established and provided at n cost of £3 per week, in lieu of £3 10s per week to an engineer, and well ot- to £200 &,nnually for fuel.

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

MILTON. . I The farms on the 'mountains just now are a picture in regard to the grass. Through one of Messrs. Clay don^ paddocks the road is quite ob scured -by the growth ot paspalum. Mr. Bissett reports having . sold Btockwood dairy farm, in the estate bf late Jos. Coller, to Mr. B. Coller. j

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

Quoits. The final o!f the Show Handicap, Wollongong, played on the R.A. Ho tel pitch on Saturday resulted, T. Hill, Woonona, l; G. Critcher, Bell ambi, 2; F. 'Ejgan, Wollongong, 3. A £5 Handicap is advertised in this issue for Mt- Keira Hotel.

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

[?] ??? :? - : . At a meeting last .week in Berry a club; *was formed. Messrs. McNamee and A.. J. Schofield were the mov ers, and with three others are finan cing the project. Mr. McNamee was appointed secretary. The green is ex pected to be ready for use in a fort night. , . A match was played on Wednesday afternoon on Woonona Green between teaans representing Wollongong and Woonona Clubs resulting: — W. Wol. Glass, Mitchell, Davidson, W. Rees ? ? 19 — J. Byron, x ? Parsons, C. M. Reeves, T, Byron ? — '22 H. Parsons, Hynn, Lackey, G. Farraher ? ? ? 21 — Allsep, Bidstrupp, H. Stum bles, F. O. Wiseman ... — 27 Taylor, Kirton, McGarvey, J. S. Kirton ? ? 20 — Fraser, W. J. Wiseman, T. . Kiernan, T. Rees ...e.. — 26 60 75 The B Competition will be advanc ed another stage on Saturday (to morrow) when Wollongong and Woo nona will meet on latter s green. The position now is that if Wollon gong wins this match they and Gor runal tie, and will have to play a deciding match oh. a neutral gree...

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

If:'—.. ' ' ' CRICKET. 'The following are -the scored in the Aatch Keira v; , Buliii- commence^ at Keira on Saturday last and to -be, concluded at UUUi- toimorrow— Keira, First Innings. RL?g- c and b W. Bourke....... A , : G, JollifEe, boiled Coultpn ........ 25 H. Riii^ rup out 31 R. 'Emery, b Richardson ;2 S. Jollifie, bowled Coulton ; ? 22 : Blake, throsvjtx put ,.v. .... .... 7 D. Porter, b (J. Bourke ? ? ? 0 0, ®mery, P Edwsjrds/'.b .& Botirfce ......1.;....... 3 . J. Porteir, c, ij W4 ^ourke 13 : y. V- '? . ' ? ''Suiiiiries ^;1;^ - - ......'..iV.. V82 ' V;.v . . . -/?. A ?r-'Y-J-r VAM'- ' Bulli, First Inniiifes. - cWke, b!6wifed'-j. Emfery' „ - O W. Bom-ke, bofvled pdwards ..., J8 Sfchrader, stp. fedwards ...... ...- 31 ?%de^ bowled Edwards ? 't3e%ourke, b B. ' ®tnfery 25 Coulton, c, |- jR. ? ? 32 R'ichardson, not ou^*' ? 6 Olliver* not out ? ? ? 0 J wtatai ? ? ?o A :l3is: wickets for f, ? '.. ? ? 82 * f 13 / \ 1 '(JttSer '' resUlts were ' - » ; ^ - Wollongong, '141, v...

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

p A P T 0 On an average about (our tontf of butter per week* are being despatch- j ed from the local butter factory. The i supplies of milk and creaan arriving almost daily are satisfactory 'to all j concerned. - ' On Monday last Messrs. O'Donnell nnd Stumbles sold liy auction privil ^?es in connection with the Dapto Show, which takes place on Tuesday and Wednesday next. Mr. E. E'd- - wards of the lllawarra Lake Hotel, secured the publican's booth for iil5; whilst Mr. Howarth, of Wollongong, was the successful bidder/ at £7 fa, for the fruii stalls,' The social event of the 'week in Dapto has been the grand concert cr ganiseti by Miss Gertrude Corr, in aid of the. Red Cross §ociety. The entertainment was generally voted to he one of the best presented here, while the audience was so large that th^ acconVmod ati on of tho spacious Agricultural Hall was fully taxad . Amongst those who contributed to the programme were Miss G-annon (Sydney), Miss Lizzie Timfcs (Albion Park), Miss Eilee...

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

fcuj^wfyes are ?unanimous 'that. ||iruS|^ - forSeones and Bread. Bakers prii|ej;* Brunton's to. any tither ^lour^ f for Bread and 19 'mtliout *&

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

HALE S SUMMER SALE Sensational Savings (or Stad Shoppers During the Final Flutter *S* COME AND SEE Hale's Summer Sale Savings in DRESS MATERIALS Lot Colored Linens, Crepes, Shantungs and Foulards. Usual 8|d to Is 3d Final flutter, '4/11 doz Floral Crepes and Brilliants, Striped Crepes, Shantungs and Linens. Usual 8|d to I0|d Final flutter, 6|d yrd Tusylkas and Floral Crepes. Usual 1/ Final flutter, 10|d yrd' Floral Voiles, Self Col'd. Voiles, Floral Crepes. Usual 1/4 j tol/6. Fiiiai flutter, 12|d yrd 27in. White Jap 8ilk. Usual l/4£. Final flutter, 1/- yrd Odd Lengths in Double Width Dress Goods, Voiles, Tweeds, Serges, &c. Usual 1/lli to 3/11 yrd. Final flutter, 1/- yrd Lots «f Others. Come and See Hale's Summer Sale Sayings in HOUSEHOLD GOODS Jap Bedroom Mats, 6ft. by 3ft. Usual 1/3 Final flutter, 1/- each - / White and Col'd. Turk Towels, full size & weight. Usual 1/- each , Final flutter, 10±d Col'd. Turk Towels, extra size and weights Usual 1/3 Final flutter, 1/...

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