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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 1 January 1915

Facial Paralysis 'MY. FACE M3LT UNNATURAiL AND HARD, AND I SUFFERED WITH PAINS AT THE BACK OF MY HEAD.' '1 have been suffering from Facial Paralysis for 'a number ot years, which made my face feel unnatural and hard, writes Mrs. E. Flanagan, Denison Street,' Hamilton, Newcastle, N'-S.W. ''Also I suffered with p at the back .of the head, but I am pleased to say that continued appli cations of Rexona for a few weeks entirely relieved me of both of these troubles. Also: I ha*i suffered badly from two painful corns for some tim„ and Hexona. hkjewise curetjL these, sa that I can now walk with comfort. Being; so pleased with Rexona. I sent two tins of it to my daughtex in Deniliquin, and she tried it on a cracked hp, which it quidkly cured Also her son tried it for ce bad leg with the greatest ^access. ' , - Rexona, the new Rapid Healmsr ?Ointment, . does not merely cover uo the affsfjied parts -With a dull and. j greaa.^ ^compound, which deadens the pajn and lulls the unfortunate pati en...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 1 January 1915

Up-to-Dale Children's Assurances Call or write J. L. PHOBYN, Campbell Street, Wollongong. Agent — A. M. P. Society

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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COLEDALE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 1 January 1915

COL ED AL£ As an aftermath of the recent J ^oppa.ge of work, the miners em- I Ployed at North Bulli Colliery have but four days to draw for the pay t ^vV ' ,°n Wednesday last the cavil was drawn. Some little ds-l pute arose over this, but matters I ?were eventim.liv onticfn.i ? ? , ... I ? ? o.^.DioLiuuij aajus T ?r two who had drawn» deficient places decided not to work tneni and drew their money. Work has been constant throughout the present, week. At the coke works a fairly brisk trade continues to be maintained. The members of the City and Help ing Hand Missions, who are camp ing in the vicinity 0f Ooledale for the holidays, conducted a united ser vice in tlie Church of Kngland Hall on Sunday last, when there was a large congregation. The visitors are experiencing an unenviable time ow ing to the continuous rain-, ^lursda..v night's storm Mr. VV. Plowman's residence at; Coledale Heights, narrowly missed being struck by lightning. A flash 'came in the front door, which was open, ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 1 January 1915

Facial Pa.ralysis 'MY'' FAOte IS? UNNATURAL AND HARD, AND I- SUFFERED WITH PAINS' AT THE BACK OF MY HEAD.' 'I have been sufienng ^rom Facial Parajlysts for - a aumbw of years, which made* ? (my face .feel, unnatural amd hardv writes Mrs. 3k. Flanagan, Demson Street, Hamilton, NcJWiJa»t*e, N*.S.W'. 'Also X. suffered with T-r at the (back „of the head, but I art pleased to say that continued aPP«' cations of Jtexon# for a feiw Weeks entirely relieved, -mo , both of twse troubles, Also I suffered badly from two painlul cprcs ^or teopae ti?» find Eejto na that J pan now, walk with comfort. Being so pleased with 1 sent two tins of it to my ^ughtei in Deniliqnin» and sbe tribd it o^ a cracked lip, .which it quidkly curfed Also her son tried it ibr 8 baA with fte greatest wAn1iri(r 'Rexona, the new Rapid Healing Ointment, does not '' the affected parts with ^na greasy compounds which, d|^ena t^he Sta and lulls ttte ents Into a false WeUel (hW™ being cured, but, on the stimulates vivifies t...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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DAPTO [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 1 January 1915

DAPTO Thei prize schedules for the forth- ; coming Show are now available. ?From the Dapto Butter Factory of late .there has been an average of five ton*' per week despatched. The dairymen, now that the Xmas de mand has subsided, are having', the usual ^ block -iftys, 1 - Mr. Anii Mre. Ttfinnett returned ,to West jDapto from their honeymoon this week. , ? .'i V l. '? ?Fairly large consigpiments of pigs tire being sent to market from this centre; iPigs still remain soarce. .'.-riifie - JOjBftl. rail^y returns for 'the Xmas. holidays showed a big de crease on the previous year. i Ii«k« Dlawarra is said to contain j acres' axid acres of floating blubber ; i and it is also stated. -that the prgs- i ence of this materially affects the pfa^vping indujsiay. .Much of the . flaHts ©.long creeks : tn ] Dapto were subuierged by the Ifllu i rains, com. crops being just visit# i above the water. -Hhe entered ] dwellings in ? therlower situations, j Ht- Kjeira! OolH««y iias nine days/! for this* ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 1 January 1915

DIASOLO STEEL CHURNS gr. | ' ' Conditions. iHifl/p i II I''' H ||^iaS*li^'rhey cannot absorb mois ^JIB/ | |||; ture or butter fat and be There .are no cracks or Sg^T m&f corners .to collect dirt and ggif bacteria. ~ The top is open to Jw WK$s tPhT permit escape of gases, and there is a tap at the bottom ^HP to run off butter milk. No. B. — To churn 9 quarts of cream ... £2 10 0 ! No. C.-To „ 15 „ ' „ ... £3 5 0 I ' They last a lifetime. First cost only cost, O'D,0NHBLL & 8TOMBLES, Wollongong, SOLE AGENTS FOR DIABOLO SEPARATOR CO., I The .'Little - Jgk ? == » Twft Vast!y lil Uffl . 1 WU Superior.' M m Favorites ^ , = . No home can do without them, EEE == they bring pleasure for old and young. TlMrfi Wf- / y = J{{|J Strong Folk, Weak Folk, Healthy Folk vS^//\ ' /, \ f TTjll Hill op Invalids all benefit by the use of V- i yfejr iM f | Ship Brand | Corn flour ^Tf 1 = It makes the finest Blancmanges, the I J I = ===== best Custard Puddings aqd many other Wfejs/ fffff deli...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Lawn Tennis [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 1 January 1915

i Lawn Tennis fflhe Singles Championships as ar mnged tiy the South Coast Xiawu TwmiS Associations for Boxing Day at , Kiajngl turned out vfiry success fully and spectators and players en joyed themselves immensely. Wynn, of Woonona, proved himself a fine singles player and w,on with out much opposition the Champion ship of the Coast. Wynn is, a very cool player and does not.cet at all ( worried when he is in a tight, .posi j .tion, his height and reach enabling . ? jhim to get from one side of the 'court to the other in one or tw-- strides. He uses mostly the cui stroke with plenty of length and is ' very good at low volleying and plac- , ing. A weakness that ? Wynn would 'i do' weU to improve is his '/ servihg, , 'ij .which is very ordinieiiy. 'The chajoipi- I onship fell upon Uie'.rijg&t shoulders, , .p which everyone admits. Parker, Wjmn's opponent in the final; show* ed glimpses of good tennis and has -, a - very fine free style, and with solid practice would be very ha...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 1 January 1915

Church Services. CEEDjBiCH OF ENGIjAND. | - Second Sunday after Christmas. Special Day of Prayer and Inter* cdsssion on behalf of* his Majesty:s 'Naval and Military Forces. Special forms pf service throughout parish. St. Michael's, 8 and 11 a.m., H.C. 'and 7*15 p.m. OEtiev. C- A- Stubbin. '? Figtree, 3 p.m., Rev. C; A'. Stubbin Keiraville, 11, II. C., Rev. J» Poole. Mt. Kembla, 3, H.C,, Bev. J.Poole. Port Kembla, fr'il5, Rev.. J,. Poole. Fairy Meadow, 3 p.m-m Mr. T. Mar ^lall. Balgowni^, 7.15, Mr. Scott. - St. Michael's-, January 6th, The Epiphany, H.C., 7.30 p.m. 1 METHODIST CHURCH. Wollongong, 11, Rev. F. W. Brov-n. 7.15, Rev. J. E. Metcalfe (Commun ion). Bapto, 2.30, Marshall Mount, 11, Mr. J. Emery. Mount Keira 2.45, Mr. T. Bissell; tr, Mr. W. Hayman Mount Kembla, 3 and 6.30, Mir. J ? W. Onions. Balgowiiie, 3, Rev. F. W. Brown; 7, Mr. J. Hughes. Bell ambi, 3, Rev. J. E. Metcalfe. Corri ^nal, 11, Rev. J. E. Metcalfe; 7» Rov F. W. Brown (Communion): Port Kembla, 7, Supply .'Keirav...

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WOLLONGONG COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 1 January 1915

' WOUOHBOMS COUNCIL ®|.v\ ? ? '.? * &--*m . - j A meeting .was held on Wednesday evening; xxrfeai^iU^-V - ' Z Xdsftaob * -Miayor), Karby, Smith, Ford,, Payne Stoyles, Howarth, Sutton, Marks, and Wlsemtttt, - .' v : - , ; Correspondence , ^ From the Illawarra Automobile Club directing attention ? to broken surface of Main Road at Garden ' Hill, and also acknowledging Coun cil's efforts to bring the road up to A standard. — To committee. - From Akin Brooks, asking permis sion to remove pine, tree in front of property in Barella Street'; reasons .given being- that pinus insignis was not the right sort* of tree for street Ornamentation, also this tree was af ?» ugly shape— To committee. Froiu Wollongong LifesaMng Club, ^mating disbandment g^d asking .fron?- a11 duty and responsibil Uy regarding the beach. r « North Wollongong S.B. and Club intfanartlng that It had teen fomi«j at a meeting convened % the Mayor, and asked to be in- 1 et5^!fd in control of North Beach. , *®u^ec' as...

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THE STORYTELLER A Queen of Hearts CHAPTER H.—PATRICIA. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 1 January 1915

THE STORVrELLER AQueenoi Hearts BY EVELYN EVERETT GREEN, 'Author of ' 'Married in Haste,' 'The Marriage of Marcia,' 'Lady iElizabeth and the Jugger naut,' 'Dare , Lorimer's Heritage,' Etc., .Jjjtc. * CHAPTER ?i.— PATRICIA. 1 ? ? Queeiye often wondered, what Pat ricia thought and felt with regard to her brother, but this Was , a point upon which the elder girl ob- j served complete reserve. As a matter of fact Patr cia was very keenly a- ; ware what was going on-. :&ome in stinct had told her from the first moment of their? meeting afresh af ter their long absence, that she no longer held Percy's heart. -He had Km* ' V»ic hnxrlinnH' A, very young man he had implored . her to anarry him, then and there, keep it secret from the world,— any- thing so long as he might make sure ofher. She had laughed at him then, had told him he did not know his own mind, and that he was far too young to know it yet; that they must wait and see what the years brought. And yet he had been so dear ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 8 January 1915

I Men's Boots at Right Prices! I At Black's fl' 'Upper Grown St, ? Wollongong ?' Best Value for your fl Hard-earned Money. fl Try this New Department fl i. ? for your Boot Requirements 1 All NEW STOCK 1 Now Styles .Br';', Comfortable and Good wearing fl Footwear ' My Aim is to Please You fl In this as in every other Da fl- partment I. WAR «» FULL SWING fl- Against High Prices fl ?o ? .THE BISHT PBICE ?; OpTFITTEft jfl ^ Blacks' Corner, Wollongong j Gent s Tarn Willow. Oalf Derby. Latest American last— from 14s 6dj! I Gent's Black Glacie Kid Lace Shoe — nice for cummer wear — frnm J3stid !.- V ' ? ' ?' ?'; ? ? — -j?'-- ? ? v j° ^ ' ~t-?? -f Gent's Bo« Oalf JDerbjr, s.£qot.suitabl6 . , - -£or -wear, yery jl&ttv; * shaper froiu l£s «d , U r ? [?] War is in Full Swing 4 AGAINST HIGH PRICES AT m BLACK'S, J The Corner Store, Wollongong. fl. Why pay £5 5s for a Suit when L. BLACK can dress fl you from head to foot for £5. , fl Eveything of the Best I m XL OUTFIT j : Mm ? -? Every A...

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Illawarra Pony & Trotting Club [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 8 January 1915

Illawarra Pony & Trotting Club The above Club held a meeting- on the Kembla Grange Course on — - -»i- day afternoon. There were thi-ee spe cial trains from Sydney and one up from Nowra, but the attendance' was not by any means as large : as the promoters would wish. During the past week or two there has been a surfeit of racing in the metropolitan area, and no doubt this had a deal . to do with Monday's meagre attend ance. One can have a little too much ol every tiling, and it would appear that racing is no exception to the rule. However, the various events enticed gelds large enough to make the sport interesting. It is al so a debateable question whether racing and trotting combined in the one programme is a good draw card. There are those who hold to the opinion that racing men like ' to take their sport in the midst of gal lo'Dersi only, while the same opiniou holds good witb admirers of a good trotting horse-. Many of those who 1 _ ? attended on Monday were in the latter...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 8 January 1915

J,JpD W ARD8, CONTACTOR AND BUILDER, COLEDALE. Repairing Properties aBpecialifcy. Estimates given for all classes of work. Letters promptly attended to P.O Coledale /

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 8 January 1915

Harris & Parsons, PAINTERS, PAPERHANGBES, -fcc. Material and Workmanship Guaranteed. ARTHUR HARMS, FRED PARSONS, Church Street, Wollongong.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 8 January 1915

In Memori&m Notices ANDERSON— In loving memory of our dear mother, Mary Anderson, who departed this life Jan. 7th, 1908. Aged 83 years. Away in a lonely graveside, Under a lonely sod, There lies our dear mother Sleeping in peace with God Inserted by her son and daughter-in-law. Charles and Mary Anderson DOBINSON— In loving memory of my dear husband, and our father Joseph Dobin son, who died in Wollongong Hospital. January 4th, 1914 Inserted by his loving wife and sonB, Wesley and Norman DRISCOLL— In loving memory of our dear, mother and grandmother, Mary Driscoll, who departed this| life on January 6th, 1914, Peacefully sleeping, resting at last, Life's weary pain and suffering past. Inserted by her loving daughter jand son in-law, Harriet and Tom, and grandchildren, Mary, Maude, and Bob LIVING 8TON E— In sad but loving memory of our dear son, James, who died January 6th, 1914, aged 15 yrs 10 months , also ; David, who died February 3rd, 1914, j aged 13 71s 4 months ! Do not...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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CLIFTON [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 8 January 1915

CLIFTON The employees of . Coalcliff have mfecie a good start for the new year and full time for the iur*,«ai pa ar is anticipated. The surface hands here are contributing sixpence per week to the Chamber of Commerce War Fund* They have already despatched a cheque for thirty pounds to head quarters. A good quantity of cok» has now bfeen turned out of the new coke- J Works here. So far there have been ' iio shipments despatched, but tha product is being stacked in readiness. Many slips occurred along Coal cliff Road during the holidays, as a j result of the heavy rains.. An enter- ' prising resident did a fairly remune rative business «gith a team of horsos by charging one pound eactti for ex tricating motor cars which had got into difficulties. The new water supply tdasn to *serv4 the Coalcliff mine and cokeworks is expected to be completed at about JDaster. The dam, which is about three-quarters of a mile in length, is of concrete, and has- an exceptional- j ly large storage capaci...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 8 January 1915

\ WOLLONGONG SHOW RIGHTS, h O'OoitnBll & Stumbles . TT AVEbeen instructed by the Committee ' XI of the above Association to sell by, auction at their Wollongong _ RoomB, the following privileges in conneotion ' with the i ' forthcoming Show : — 1. Sight of one Publican's Booth 2. . 'Bight of Luncheon Booths 3. Bight of Fruit Stalls 1 TUESDAY HEXT, 12TH, AT 3 P.M. fbeliminary announcement (Gladstone Subdivision Adjoining ' Gladstone,' the residence and grounds of F. W. Osbsrne, Esq. BUILDING SITES Facing Crown Street BUILDING SITES Bight Opposite Railway Station ? ABOUT 60 LOTS. V J. A. Mayo Will Sell the Above by Public Auction at an ' 7 ; 1 , early date. Frank Sevan l-': 'I.rNDER instructions from Mr H. Depp' aJ will Sell by Auction, at his Residence! Mt, Ousley Road, Fairy Meadow, Thursday, Jan. 14th, At 2 o'clock, ? -.The whole of his FARM PLANT and STOCK, superior draught horse, tip «dray and harness, 1 bay mare, 4 years , pony mare, 11 hands, broken to S. andH. ; 1 ' ir...

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Clifton School Trouble. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 8 January 1915

Clifton School Trouble, (To the Editor.) Sir,— I shall be pleased if you will grant me space in your valuable paper Co reply to your correspondent! in last week's issue re the Clifton School trouble, and the contemptible action of 'some of the .Scarborough residents in trying to have Mr. OfNeill removed from the school, t n m a rftsidpnt, of Scarborough, and in fairness to Mr. O'Neill I can deeply appreciate the able manner jn which Jhe has carried out the du ties of head teacher for the ^ past three months, and none of * 'those people can deny that he has not done justice to his pupils since he took charge of the higher class. I, for one, have noticed a vast im1 provement in my children under his . charge. When Mr- O'Neill took over charge of the fourth and , fifth classes we could not help* noticing' the heavy task ' that awaited him, but he over came some of the difficulty, a® your correspondent statesi, by sacrificing most of his leisure hours in prepar ing some of the children ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 8 January 1915

} Inuring the holidays the provision at Wollongong Stati&n for supplying tickets proved- unequal to require ments that at times ~ people were 1 still waiting get to the ticket window .lifter the^r train had got away.. It was .very much a matter the least -pushful 'being leftf

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MOUNT KEMBLA. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 8 January 1915

MOUNT KEMBLA. 1 OTie colliery has had a week's hoi- 1 if id ays, from New .Year's EJve until Thursday of this week. Repairs to ; | s the incline were effected. The pros- 4 a pects of trade are reported good, ® The drive from the surface for the f if new travelling road has holed | H through into the inBide drive, a very; | §1 perfect . strike having taken place S S For the past year's work the Colli- i ffl ery has a record which is probablV iffl a' district one': !An average 'of a fraction over lOj days per fortnight. ; ^9 -A number of strangers have come {gPl here lately, among them were four Scots miners, who came from Cana I There is again, a change of Colli- : |||| ery electricians, Mr. McCreath goes |j|| to service with a municipality, and -! Wm is succeeded by Mr. W. --ilbert, from « ^9 I^ymington Colliery, Newcastle. . taW Mr. T. Burling, head master of the . 'if Public 'School, is moved to Fairy ^ Meadow School.- ^ The installation of the jus£-elected J |§9 oQ|icers of the P...

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