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

Cottage Burnt At 2.30 this morning a cottagi, fn Bligh-s treet , Garden Hill, te*o.nt ed by Mrs. Ellen Jenkins, wa« de stroyed by fire. Mrs. , Jenkin* .was with . some difficulty .extricated through a- window by a son.; T^e cottage was the property of Mr. I?. Gilmore. ??? . ? f.-. .*

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

WOMAN'S WORLD RJT.OIPBS. ?Melon and Aipricot Jain.— Six lbs. of melon (three rather small firm ones), two lb. of dried apricotcs, six lb. of good preserving sugar, two lemons. Quarter the melons, remove olid cover -the seeds and surround'n.; pulp with water. After paring rather thickly, weighs and cut each quarter Into half-inch dice. Sprinkle over - them the finely , grated rinds of the j lemons, mix with the sugar, and ijut Aside for twenty-four hours. After . washing the apricots, cut them into small pieces, then pour over them 4 ' teacups of cold water, which they will absorb during the day and night. Next day simmer the melon seed for half an hour, then strain and mix the liquid with the melon. Heat theN melon and sugar gradually, boil gent ly lor fifteen minutes, then add the apricots a few at a time, so as not to reduce the temperature much below. boiling point. Continue +lie slow boiling about thirty minutes longer or until the jam stiffens ra ther quickly when tested. Stir ...

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

[?] Groceries Groceries Are a necessity, therefore v3- QUALITY GOODS and BEDROCK PRICES should be jour aim wheo 4 : ^ purchasing. ^ JOE WAH 00W and CO, v r ? with thier carefully selected stock of all the Leading Brands gives you Quality Goods at Bedrock Prices. - ' Give them a trial next order. Once if '??:£ a customer always -a customer. -;\,: J^rapery -^Ij BEjT HOUSE FOR SILKS -1% Bargain Price . is our Usual Price. Call or ring up ^ JOE WAH GOW, and CO. -f UPPER CROWN ST., : Phone 156 WOLLONGONG Have a Drink ? ^ Nothing better as a Thirst Quencher &r. Appetiser than Ginger Beer MADE FROM ^ ' GUN JO v' POWDERS. A Sixpenny Packet contains . all the ingredients necessary to make .;^|§§ gallons of tasty, ^ r^eshing Ginger Beer. '- ;? Get a Packet To-Day, and we'll ; , - return your iooney if you're ''''?' not satisfied. . g 'The Store Where Quality Counts. _ 'C vf G. R. JARMAN, Teh 34. . J* KKIRA-STREET y Thirroul Pharmacy, vj Special Attention is p'aitlby the-' -a® propriet...

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THE STORYTELLER A Queen of Hearts CHAPTER XXI. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 February 1915

THE STORY FELLER AQueenoiHearls '... BY ? EVELYN EVERETT GREEN, CHAPTER XXI. 'Then Percy, let' us be patient. Ah do not always interrupt. Just let me finish. Pet us rest content for a mo ment in the knowledge of our love. You have made me tell you all that is in my heart. Let that.be enough,, till Patricia has, decided. Then, if things are as you suppose, 'if -ho engages , herself elsewhere, you shall one day go to your father and mo ther and tell- them all. If they will have m,efor their daughter, I will be your wife. But if they think it for your hurt, then Percy you must let ' --ia irA ' Tie strove to take her in his arms but she slipped from him. She seemed to vanish in the darkness- He did not sfcek to pursue; he had won en? ough for one time, Annabel loved him: she owned that much. .He now could face the world with pride and ' joy. Nobody should pluck that hap piness from him. Nearer the house, where the great lawns lay white in ] the moonlight and picturesquely vllumined, the...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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BALGOWNIE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 February 1915

BALGOWNIE ' Mt. Pleasant indne has seven days for the pay, and this week it has worked four days. Mt. Pleasant lodge at last meet ing discussed the action of colliery managers in discharging hands durr ing the present cris s aB being un patriotic. The following resolution was carried unanimously, That we deeply deplore the unpatriotic action of the South Bulli manager in'dis charging employees during the pre sent crisis instead of using his pre rogative of sharing the work. Gases were mentioned and evoked condeml nation of employees who had left to enlist but had not been accept ed, being refused work at collieriis. On Tuesday Willia,m Lucock had a bone in his leg solintered in Mount Pleasant mine by a fall of coal. For George Mangles, who is seri ously ill and who has a wife and family, a collection is to betaken up next pay. *

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 February 1915

Operations for Rear1*' Disease Dr. Carrell, an American medical ' proiessor, who is now. in ~«'harge c»l a French military hospital at ) y. ons, is crodited with predicting that the knife will soon cure some forms of heart disease. It has been found that the heart can be stopped for nearly three minutes while an op.jrori tion is being performed, and that usually it will start again without massage. Many people worry a good, deal about their hearts because Ol pains 'near it. It is peculiar that or ganic heart disease rarely ciUsies pain round the heart, and the dis. comfort and pain that many worry,' about is caused by a form of indi* gestion. When the action of the sto mach is weakened by debility or de fective nerve force, the food is re tained until it ferments. Gas forma and presses on the other organs, particularly the heart, causing the pains that are not unnaturally as cribed to , heart disease. Indigestion and their unpleasant i features are best treated, by a course of Dr. W...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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MOUNT KEMBLA. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 February 1915

MOUNT KEM8LA. The mine has wtorked full time cbia week and the prospects are for 30 days for the. fortnight. . Conse^u--Ht on the demand, for .houses, it is in tended to -convert more b&tcheloro*- cots into cottages for families. The ladies of Kembla have sent u . tcftai of £149 to patriotic funds.!;?- - eiaes maxentuB. *xne comery ^ina i i tiKen committee have sent ^£258^ Al together a result iwhlch -co-mpares~ favorably for Kembla. On Prldayi March 12th, a concert; arra&ged . Mr^. Jarvie, will be given in aid of Lady Dudley's Fund. - The other day Mabel Keznp, » lit tle- girl, fell from a peach tree and bad breads pf an ana resulted. She was taken to the hospital.

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Railway Management at Wollongong [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 February 1915

Railway Mianagetneat at VyoUonguog Sir,— I desife to direct your ut tention to a grievance which many workmen have as regards the issue of workjnenjs tickets every Monday morning at Wollonafong. — The book* ing office is notified to be opened fifteen minutes before the departure of every train. The only workman's train is timed to depart at 5.45 a.m. and there are usually between hfty and sixty tic ets required. Last Monday morning the scene at ~he booking office beggars description. A large number of workmen assem bled there at the proper time, but to their disgust the office vras clos ed and no booking clerk could be found, notwithstanding the fact thsit only fifteen minutes is allowed for the issue of tickets. As a last re source the officer in charge of the station directed one of the attend ants to break open the window and issue' as many tickets as the time — about five aninutes— would permit ; the result was that many of the workmen were compelled to depart !on their journey ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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JAMS, JELLIES, PRESERVES. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 February 1915

JAMS, JEIiUIES, PHESERVES. Bottles Honey — M. Abberton l'and 2. Honey in Comb.4—©. Dare 1, W. AJj Lindsay -2f Onion Pickles,— Mrs. J, J, McLell and 1,' M. 'Abberton 2. Mixed 'Pickles — M ss Iindsav -Kembla Park), lr M, Afjaberton 2. Home Made Chutney-— Mies X.iml say -K.1P.), 1, M. 'Abberton 2. Tomato So,uce — C. Heininger '1, M. Abberton JBZ ' ] Quince Jam.— Mm. 2C. Of, Martin 1 ! Melon %Tjam -— Mra, J. O, Graham 1, - Myrtle lAbWsrton Si. ^Srape -»Tain.— 33. !P, Evans 1» Mr^1. D. Fra»er ^9.' - ' Orange Mataawlade.— Miss Idndsayv (K.p.) l/M. Aabbferton 2., 1 Fig Janj..-^Mrs. iR J» Lowe^ Miss McPhail 2, Lemon Jam.— Mrs. J. D. 'White 1, Miss Lindsay (K.p.) 2. ^ Pafesionfrult Jam.— Mrs. Reick jt M. Abberton 2. Plum Jam.— Miss Lindsay (K.P.), 1, Mrs. J. B. White 2. Apricot Jam.— M. Abberton 1, C. Gower 2, . | I [, Pear Jam.— Mrs. J. B. White 1, K. Neville 2. Tomato Jo.m. — Mrs. A. G. Martin 1, Miss Abberton 2. Native 'Gooseberry Jam. — Miss M-- j Phail 1 and 2. Blackberry Jam— Lily Brye...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 February 1915

Good-bye Ugly Grey Hair Grey hair is caused by the weakness of the colour glands of the scalp. Old age, worry,ill -health, shock, Scalp dis ease, etc.; will cnuBe thia. - Sumanol is a remarkable compound, whjch builds up these1 'weakened, famished colour glands, wd makes them strong and sturdy. In this way the old pretty original colour is brought bade to every grey thread, right from root to tip. in the anwingly «bort tirae of 0 few weeks. Surmanol, by thus .per permanently remedying the greyness of your hair, eaves you from a life-time ' of slavery to hair dyes. You let Sur manol put youth 1»cK in how sjmple— rhow eMyJt is.' Price, 5/- , (postage, id. extra) from the worthLaboratoriee, Hoffnunjj'B Cham bers, KJ3 - Pitt Street, (Sydney, N.S.W. Describe hair troubles fully when writ ing.' - ? - ? ? ? ? A.,- I..,. ? '? *?'{'' . : ' ,'X' A Future Unpi'ovideJ for is a Future Feared, ^11 Ai.p, POLICY will Provide; ' J'*' L-. PHOBYN, ] CAMPBELL STREET, WOLLONGONG, ' ' . Agent ?

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CUT FLOWERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 February 1915

CUT FLOWERS. j Cactus . Dahlias.— Myrtle Abgerton 1, W. llann 2. ' ? ! Show Dahlias. — M. Abberton i Mrs. C. W. Walker 2. Geraniums, single.— Miss McPhail 1, *E. Harris 2. Greraniuias, double.— E. Harris4 1, Rev. O'Neill 2. Verbenas. — E'. Harris 1, Miss Mc Phail 2. Asters.— Mrs. T. P. Anderson 1. Bstelle Lindsay 2. Sunflowers.— Isabel Lindsay 1, M. Abberton 2. Fuchsias, single.— Miss McPhail 1, W. Rann 2. Fuchsias, double.— Miss McPhail 3, M. Abberton 2. Salvia. — -Rev. W. O'Neill 1, 30. Harris 2. Roses, six varieties.— Mrs. Ci. W. WalHer 1, M. Abberton 2. Roses, ten varieties.— Mrs. J. Mc Lelland lj Mrs. C. Walker 2. Antirrhinums.— Mrs. C, Walker 1, Mrs. J. McLelland 2. Phlox.—Myrtle Abberton. Zinnias. — (Rev. O'Neill 1 and 2. Pens temon — W. Kann 1, Mrs. J. McLelland 2. Gladiolus.— Mrs. C. W. Walker 3, M. (Abberton 2. Dianthus.— Mr. T. Anderson 1, Mrs ' J. Mcl^elland 2. | Ga,iUardla.— Mrs. McLelland 1, Miss 'i M- Abbertoii 2. ] Petunias.— Mrs. J. McLelland. Bouvardias.— Mrs. T. A...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Port Kembla School Site (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 February 1915

Vott Kembla School Site (To the Editor.) jjp ^ Sir,— The reply of the Minister for gpK-V/ T*ublic Instruction to the fdeputa - tion which waited on him in refer ence to the above was very pertin fel?;. j ent, and the people to whom he re ferred deserved all that was said, jh ; ! - as the price put upon the land is II'.''/ (under the circumstances) grossly ex Rjj/ horbltant. Of course, everyone is en |f|' titled to the value ol whatever he ' mnv Via oolliincr but Ai'roumctoiiPfl* alter cases, and it is a common qc currence for landowners to give sites for public Institutions in order tr encourage local settlement, and this was the least the 6aid owners could have been expected' to offer. On the contrary, they waited .for the othei fellow to come along and build thus enahl ng them to ask fabulous pr. o es for the land wanted for public requirements. X 'don't know what the said land cost the owners, but am given to understand it was a graht from the Crown, but they just held It for ver...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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POT PLANTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 February 1915

- POT ^PLANTS. ' 'i. Balsams. — Mrs. J. Warrington 1 £ ' nnd 2. * Begonia, fibrous rooted.— Mris. G'. , McPhail 1, Mrs. J, Warrington 2. \ ? - .Begoniar' tolikgfe,— Mies - r Gerafltyms, .single.— JRev, W. O' ^ - -?eraiiunjjs doublef^-JRey, O'Neill. ?- l&epani&tp, ~t$llp!ge.— ^ MGrsi '3'. Wa*'- .f- Kington 1, Bev.vpWeiU 2, , * t Coleus.— Mrs. J. 'J. McLelland t Ferns, native. — J. 'A. Evans T, J.v ? Ferns, others.— Mra- J, Warrington i 1 and 2. ; Grass, ornamental.— J. a. Evans. ' Palm. — ^Mrs. Warrington l and 2. Draeceanas. — Sirs. Warrington 1, and 2. Farfugiuan. — Mrs. Warrington 1 and 2. Irescine, red.— C. J. Cook 1, Mrs. Warrington 2. Irescine, variegated.— Miss McPhail 1, C. J. Cook 2. Ice' iPlant. — MIbs Ivy Tomkinn. Gloxinea. — J. Hewitt l'and 2. Amaranthus Bev. iw. Oi'Nei.ll 1, Mrs i 'J:. Warrington 2, I Hydrangea.— Mrs. J. Warrington 7 Colin Graham 2. Distinct Fern.— Mrs. Warrington 1 , Miss Musgrave 2 . 'Aspidistra.— E. Gibson 1, A. 1 Evans 2. Asparagus. —...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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COLEDALE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 February 1915

COLEDALE For this pay the North Bulli Colliery has about /the average nine days. The pit was Idle last Tuesday owing to the scarcity of hoppers. This is the first legiti mate stoppage here for some time past. At the cokeworks, the 'trade is brisk, and steps are at present being taken to put the whole of the 106 ovens in operation. mu-. _ j ? « j ... . . . Aius otueuaie residents nave aeci.t ed to resuscitate the defunct Pro gress Association, or, failing that, to form a new one. The {whole of the leading citizens have signified their willingness to become members 1 and a meeting -will be held to-night (Friday) with, a view of putting the proposal into practical form, j On Tuesday last two little boys, [sons of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Carricku I of Coledale Heights, were playing with an axe', when by some means one little fellow's head : came -uco contact .with the blade, the res'uit being that a nasty wiound was in flicted. Mr. James Daley rendered first' aid, after which medical assist, ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 February 1915

' ' . % t fruit. Table Apples. — Mrs. C. W. Wafer 1, A. E. Brown 2. Baking Apples. — W. Rann 1, Mrs. Walker 2. / Table Pears. — F. Timbs l and 2. .] Baking Pears.— A. -33^ Brown 1, II. j id. Fraser 2. Quinces.— J£. J. Budgen 1, S. iRaf- I . tery 2. v Peaches,: SUpstones. — J. Lindsay 3 , Myrtle Abberton 2. Peaches, Clingstones.— R.JS Bud ~ gen 1, Myrtle Abberton 2. Nectarines. — J. Lindsay 1, E.Gib . eon 2. ! Plums, Japanese— J. Lindsay. Common Lemons.— S. Raftery 3, W. Madden 2. Lisbon Lemons.— Mrs. C. W. Walk er 1, John Barrett t2. Blafck Grapes.— Myrtle Abberton 1 , Mrs. McPhail '2. White Grapes.— G. J-are 1, M. Ab berton 2. Passlonfruit.— -?eo. Oyston l,*MrS. IT. Caldwell 2. Figs. — R. J. Budgen 1, As. U. Chris tian 2. Tomatoes' — M. Abberton 1, Fred.' ®imbs 2. ' Oranges. — S. Haftery 1, J.' Barrett 2. 1 Rock Melon.-r-.Tohn Barrett. r Water Melon. — E. Ty, ''Smith 1, -\ Timbs 2. Preserving Melon'. — M-lss Swnn 1, Charles, 'ASshpr 2. Tomatoes, four 'Varieties, — Myrfclg Abberton....

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 February 1915

The Ladies College . 0*, Health 34 OXjpO^P SYDNEY. Medical Superinteridfeht and Uady ^ €onsutt*ta|b«^|i}.'. -|&t]bendance daily. Hours : 9%jmv itov,5 SO p.m. Fridays nddltional from J& ^.*m,. till 8 p.m. Saturdays, '9 a,m*. ^ .SO p.m. ilonsultation.form^iopii^aj'dedtotitiji: address upon application. All correspondence to fee addressed to The Medical Superintendent* ©apt . 70, Indies' College of Health, 54 Ox ford-street, Sydney* *? ? If you want the Biggest Value for your Money Order Your NEXT SUIT from L. BLACK, The Bight Price Tailor and Outfitter ' (Registered) BlacK's Corner, Wollongong. 4 ^ssk c £ / TliE SUIT cc/. Wr^w §mf OO/ to order DQfs ' i|| No Fit, No Pay. | II My statements have always flHttlft ||| been proved correct* ii MHBwBHk ill. Ask your friends | II Come and inspect my Mater mgKUf | I ials. I show a big mBH 1 1 Marrickville Tweeds' Mm j I English 'Worsteds, Mf { I Scotch & Irish Tweeds / | are Guaranteed Unfadeable MV | Stylish Cut — Engli...

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HORTICULTURAL PRODUCE. Vegetables. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 February 1915

HORTI C UIjTUOSIMj PRODUCE. Vegetables. I Two Table Cabbages. — A. E. Brown 1, Kum Yee 2. * French Beans. — L. tPryor 1, C. J. Cook 2. w''' Lima Beans — G-. Dare 1 and 2. i : Butter Beans.— G. Lindsay 1 and 2. Green Peas.— M. Abberton. . White Cucumbers. — M. Abberton 1, 0; C. J1 Cook 2. , Green Cucumbers.— Kum Yee 1, M. 'Abberton 2. ('incumbers, any other variety.— (3. Dare 1, (E. iGibson 2. ' Vegetable Marrow. — G. Dare land ? 2. ? ' ' ? ? Table Purripkin. — Joseph Dawes 3 , ^ W. Madden 2. Rio or firarotoa. — T. McphaTl 1 I and 2. Potato Onions.— L. Pryor. Onions, — fG. Dare 1 and 2. i Carrots. — G. Dare land 2. (Parsnips. — L. Pryor 1, G. Dare 2. White Turnips.— M. Abberton. - v Rhubarb. — G. Dare. , ' Tied Beetroot.— G. Langley - 1, M. 'Abberton - £~. 1 Lettuce. — M. Abberton. ? jy£.y.' Kitchen Herbs.— Myrtle Abberton. Collection of Vegetables. — J.Pea'r- _1 eon 1, G'. Dare 2.

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AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 February 1915

AGRICU'LWUjRAIL PRODUCE. ,Wh6at Dare X Gf Fleet ^ Cape Barley-HG. »are Xp.nd 2. ; v Oats.— G» iTtere; , „ V ' .Maize.— 'G. Lindsay^l, r^% Bajfe A , Tlye-G. bare 1„ jS/iTieet, 2. „ Rye- Grass Seed. — G- Lindsay X, Jy ? ^ I Pearson 2. % j Prair ie Qrass Seed. — G. Dare- ; Planters' Friend Seed. — If. Ellison * ^VaJMl 3^ ... '-„???? V-V ?%? Oaten Hay.— G. Pearson 1, J„ Wa v . ? pies 2. ' ' i Lucerne Hay — J* Pearson 1 and a* Wheaten Chaff.— J, McPhail 1, U, Langley 2. Chaff, Oaten.— G. Langley. , Ensilage. — G. Lindsay. Collection of Fanm and Dairy Pro ?- duce.— -5. Dare, Mangel Wurzel.— G. Dare. Cattle Pumpkin. — G. Webb' 1, 'C. Asher 2. i Largest Sunflower. — E. Gibson 1, G. Dare 2. ' - Bundle Planters' Friend — H Elli son 1, «iv Sanderson 1. Bundle Green Corn Stalks, for fod der. — J. Couch 1, JR. Johnson 2. Bundle Green Corn ;StalVs for - Grain. — P. Webb 1, J. Pearson -2. ' Potatoes. Brownell's Beauties. — J. Barrett 3, H. Ellison 2. ? 'Early Rose.— G. Dare. Potatoes, any variety,...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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CURRENT JOTTINGS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 February 1915

CURRENT JOTTINGS The appalling feature of this war, it 'seems to mb, is not in the fight ing so much as in the spectacle of a great European nation disclosing a ruthless savagery of character which brings it down to the class1' of the Turkish Bashi-Bazok ; and that a nation which claims to have attained to :a higher degree of cul ture than any other in the World. The South Australian Governor's remarks about the White Australial policy and the Northern Territory; indicate that he does not yet Under stand the White Australian ideal-! The policy is first and foremost one of preserving racial purity ; only secondary to that is the developing1 j of the Northern ierritory, It is quite certain that given transport! , facilities, there would he such a) change for the better in the condi tions of living there that some kind of settlement and development Jby white people would eventuate. When the white population of Aus tralia is ^numerous enough to make1 itself secure the question of colore...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 February 1915

DAjERY PRODUCE. Qljbs. Butter; sufficiently salted fox table use.— G. Lindsay 1 and 2, Box of Salted Butter, suitable for export, i separator or hand imade.— ? Illawarra Central Dairy Co. (Albion I Park), 1 and 2. i Dozen Hen Bggs.— G. Duncan 1, T. | ^Dteen. Duck Eggs.— Mrs. J. Ctouch 1 1, T. Allen 2. i i ?

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