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Wollongong Mails. Arrivals and Departures MAILS ARRIVE AT [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 February 1915

Wollongong Mails. Arrivals and Departeres MAILS AIIRIVK AT 9 a.m. from 'Nowra, ShPl^iarbour .* . Uhajnderra, Bapto,., Albk-n Pariw, Kiama, Berry. ' -.V''' '.-.j 11.10 -!a:m* from. BaLgownie, pairy Meadow, Befembi,' Bulli JiaSl \\a.y, ^Thirroul, - . Clifton, yCprrimal', Sydney^ Sc&r-- borough. 3.30 - p.ni' from N®wra. . ,4:S5yp.mi : from * Balgownie^ Fairy .. ' Meadow v (Wednesdays ' excepted) ; . .Heiensburghe, Sydney. ' ;. S- p.m.' Irom Mt. Keira, Keiraville- . 6.30 p.m. Port Kembla- Figtree, Mt. Kembla, Kembla Heights. 7.15 p.m. - from Sydney -{. Woonona, 7j30 P-oi. from Shellharbour, Unan derra, Bapto, Albion Park. - Kiama, Dunmore, CSerringong, 1 9 pm. Corrimal. MAILS CLOSE AT B -a-m. for Port Kembla, Mt Keira,, Keiraville Figtree, Mt. Kem- 1 bla, Kembla Heights. ^-Ii5 a m. for Sia!lgownie, Fairy Meadow, BulH Railway, Helens burgh, Clifton, Woonona, Oorci mal,- Sydney- Scarborough. . 10, a m. for Nowra, Shellharbour^ r- ^Jnanderra' ' £)a$-to, Albion Park, Kiama, Dunmore,...

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

MONSTER CLEARANCE SALE. HORSES, WAGGONS, COACHES General Carrying & Livery Plant Wednesday Next, March 3 12 Noon. O'Doimell & Stumbles HAVE been favoured with instructions from Messrs JAM PS BROS., Mount Kembla, to Sell by Public Auction at tbe Stables, adjoining. O'Halloran's Hotel, as above, the Whole of their First-class Well-known HORSES and PLANT, Comprising chiefly — 40 First-claBB Horses, including 18 Coach and 8ulky. Horses, 6 dr. Gildings and Mares (3 with foals), 6 Spring Cart and Van Horses, balance bioken-in Ponies t and unbroken Horses 8 splendid Coaches, 6 to 16 passengers 6 Sulkies, 2 Spring Vans 2 Furniture Waggons. 60-70 cwt 2 Timber Waggons, 2 Tip Drays 2 Timber Drays 60 sets Harness, comprising heavy, leading, coach, dray, and light harness, Saddles and Bridles 2 Iron Ploughs, 1 reversible ditto, Chaff cutter, 2 Corn Crackers, Corn Crusher, 3 sets bus and chains, set 5 horse bars, Tarpaulins, Hone Bugs, . Medicine Cheats and Medicines, veterinary i...

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 — 26 February 1915

Church Services. CHURCH (W, LBNGjEJAND. St- Michael's, Wollongong, 8, H.(J. Rev. c. A. Stubbin; 11, Rev. J. Poole; 7.15, Rlev. O. A. Stubbin. Keirav lie, 11, Rev. C. A. Stubbin. Fairy Meadow, 3, H. C., Rev. (J. A. Stubbin. Port Kembla, 3, Rev, .j. Poole. Figtree, 7.15, H.C., Rev. J.. Poole. Mt.. Kembla, 7.15, Mr,. Mac kay. Balgownie, 7.15, Mr. W. Scott. METHODIST CHURCH. Wollongong, 11, Student; 7.15, Rev. J . C' Hill. Dapto, 2.30, oaiar shall Mount, 11, Mr. W. EI. Gardner. Mount Keira, 2.45, Student; 7, Mr. Eastaway. Mount Kembla, 3 and 6.30, Mr. J. Tarn. Balgoiwnie, Rev. J. G. Hill; 7, IMr. 1 W. Hedlsy. Bellambi, 3, Mr- T. Bissell. Corri mal, 11, Mr. T. Bissell; 7, Student. Port Kembla, 7, Mr. 00. W. iLiukind. Keiraville, 11, Rev. J. C. Hill ; 7, Mr. J. W. Oniohs. Bulli Circuit. Bulli, 11, Rev. GJoddehear; 7.15, Mr. T- H. Rendal. Woonona, 11, Mr a. Nicholls; 7, Mr. F. J. Selwood. Coledale, 3.15, Rev. Goddehear. Thir roul, 11, Mr. W. Lance; . 7.15, ' Rev. Goddehear. . ' PRESBYTERIA...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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INDUSTRIAL COURT CORRIMAL DEFICIENCY CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 February 1915

INDUSTRIAL COURT CORRIMAL DEFICIENCY CLAIMS. In the Industrial Court yesterday, before Mr. Addison (Chief Industrial Magistrate, William Dalton, miner, proceeded against the CorrimalBai gownie Colliery Go. Ltd., claiming £1/0/9, balance due in respect of working fourteen shifts— from 29th June to July 18 last, at 13s. shift. Mr. Willis (minerals secretary) ap peared on 'behalf of the plaintiff ; Mr. T. R. Morgan for the defendant company. Plaintiff's case was that for the pay in question he received £8 js 3d, which was at the rate of lis. per day, whereas Under the award for special places he was entitled'to £9 2s. The defence was not indebted, as the place specified was not included in the main dip headings, for which 13s had been stipulated. Evidence iwas given on behalf *'it plaintiff by Thos. Dalton, Edward Davies and John Ward. They depos ed that the place where plaintiff worked was in the main dip head- . ing section for which Wages Board had made an award establishing the cus...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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No title [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 February 1915

Rted Gross , Society, invites ladles to a meeting in the Wollongong Town Hall next' Tuesday at 4 p.m. About fifty stalls have been placed and other . important improTem^tits ? have been made at the Wollongong1 Racecourse in anticipation of the in auguration of pony racing. 'A! mission will commence in ' St. Francis X avier's Church on Sunday, JUCarchj 7th. The mission will last 2 ' week — firet jwfeek.for women, secpnd week for men. t ^ , / ? i Mr.' J, Broiighton; Metropolitan , District Surveyor, met the Stuart * Park flRrustees t recently, re improve ments to- sand-drift* fence in the 1 park— £.75 has beea askeC fpr. : ^ ^

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

AE. BALL, Woonona, Lioensed Plumber . and Water Fitter. Estimates given. A SIX roomed House to let, In Cross iStreet, Corrimal. Apply J. Cornford AUSTINMER, To Let, large unfurnished Cottage £1 per week. Apply G. Lamb and Co ., Austinmer. BANQUETS, Birthday Parties, Dinners, ' Wedding Breakfasts, and all kinds of up-to-date catering done by Howarth's CLEANLINESS, Civility, Attention, and a first class three- course dinner at Howarth's for Is EDISON Records, new issue, Latest Popular Music. Crook's Music Store. EARLY ROSE, Manhatten, and many other Varieties of Seed Potatoes at Budden's, Crown-st, opposite monument EOR SALE, quantity second hand books. Suit libary. Inspection invited.. Cheap Tynan & Co. FOR SALE, good 2-Horee Plough, small Plough suitable for garden or orchard, 2|r ft Dray Axle, and other articles. William Edwards, Keira Street. FOR SALE, Good QuinceB. Apply G. Milburn. Mount Pleasant. FOR SALE — 4 roomed W. B. Cottage. D. fronted, with furniture, stove, oop ...

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

BIRTH DUNOOMBE.— 14th January, at. Atcheson street, Wollopgong, wife of the late C. Buncombe, a daughter— Alice Mary I5EATH ' ? GERLING.— Saturday, February 20th, at 12 Gordon Street^ Rosebill, Sydney, Catherine . . ? Getfing, (late of ? Woonona) beloved wife of Christian Gerling, In Memoriam Notices j MOON . — In loving memory of our' darling i little Grade, who diedFebruary 26. 1912 Bud from an Angel's Garden j i Sweet little Grace ; j Returned again to blossom ^ j JBefoye our Father's face. Insetted by-har loving father and mother, -W ill and Lizzie-Moon ; . also brothers and i sisters. Return Thanlis. C^lBRIPK and Family of Woonona JuUL desire to sincerdly thankDr. McPher #on, :Mr. Fred Mantf:;Mr' Alfred Voigal/.' OonBtablejGardiner, and all who -assisted in saving«ur dftughter,and sUter Maggie from ' drowning on the 'beach* at Bulli.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 February 1915

Apology I BEG to Apologise to Mrs. Candy for words used to her in Crown* street, Wol longong, as I have no foundation for utter ing same. JOSEPH CARLJICHAEL PUBLIC NOTICE IF certain persons at Corrimal Mine do not refrain from posting suggestive Notices, and otherwise slandering our nameB, they will be prosecuted with the utmost rigor of the law. Signed, G. Austin ' A . Cox , 8. Bowman It. Fee Trinity College of M usic, London. LOCAL EXAMINATION IN MUSIC THE following are the last days of entry March 6— For Theory of Music (on June 12). June 5— For Piano; Violin, Sing ing, &c. (September). September 4 — For Theory of Music (on December 4). Syllabus and Entry Forms forwarded on application to J. A. BEATSON, Local Secretary. Corrimal Rifle Club. A MEETING- of the Members and those interested in the above C'ub will be held in the CORRIMAL DRILL H*LL, TO-MOBROW, SATURDAY, February 27. at 7.30 p.m. HERBERT COX, Acting Secretary Helensburgh Rifle Club (Rifle Reserve) INTENDmG MEMB...

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BULLI SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 February 1915

BULLI SHIRE COUNCIL. At the usual fortnightly meeting on Monday the following were pres ent, Crs. J. D&Mdson (I'resident), Coulson, Robinson, Kirton, Cotter ell, Wynn, Harper, Tresidder. Correspondence. ATr. F. H. Robinson, ot Hornsby. wrote expressing regret at hearing of uhe recent surfjatbing fatality at Thirroul, He suggested to Council the erection of a tripod on the bench, to stand at least 20ft, high anu iu ue uoiisiruci,ea 01 three sol id bush timber {iosts, set in con crete, with cross pieces, to enable one to climb and give necessary or ders when effecting a life save. 'Mhis would also, it was stated, prove a valuable lookout, from which shares, if any, could be noticed. The writer offered to donate one guinea to wards the cost of the work. He al so suggested that Council mJght consider the question of planting ev ergreen trees oft the beach for shade purposes. He would also donate one guinea for this improvement and he would give personal attention to the tree pla...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 February 1915

Shampoo your Hair with Rexona Soap It Will Become Soft, Lustrous, and. Beautiful. Stops the Hair'fromi Falling Out. To shampoo or wash the hair; with Rexona Soap is an easy tas*, f-ut the results are startling. It leaves the hair in such a beautifuL condition, the scalp perfectly ? clean and wholesome. The hair becomes light and* fluffy, waving about the face in abundance, as beautiful hair should always appear. Rexona' Soap leaves a delicate perfume, invigora ting the . roots of the hair, iwhicu . ... prevents greyness. A few shampoos with Rexona Soap effectively re moves® every trace of , dandruff or loose and falling hair. Ladies who' juse it for the hair say that Rex ona Soap is 'far better than any of the so-called hair tonics. Buy a cake to-day from your chemist or store-, keeper. It is beautifully put up and sold at 1/ per tablet, or you can get it in boxes containing three tablets in a box. * Attention Ss directed to' the an nouncement of Mrs,. Elgar, of iLadios College of H...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 February 1915

I My Marvellous J Suction Set I at 63s. I .????? This Set of Teeth carries its own J I guarantee of satisfactory service in I the Patent Flexible Suction fitted on I to the plate. Once in the teeth I never move. They remain aB solid I aB a rock upder all conditions, nrifl ; I fit so snugly that their presence is 1 forgotten.- I have fitted thousands I i of .Sydney folk with this Set of I Upper or Lower Teeth, and have 1 never had a complaint. They would | suit YOU. I Painless I Extractions I I have an anaesthetic which enables I me^to^ralMicfc any ifcoofch with an fl entire absence of pain or diaprABB™ a I after C 'lOtiis ^ftist and 1 pleasant for old or young folk, and I it does not affect' the heart. Even ? badly abscessed .teeth may be ex 1 ^jfcracted under my system ^with an I absence of pain. If YOU hare a 1 tooth which ^ill be better out, see next Pay Saturday. , PAINLESS EXTfiACriONS 2s m What does Dentistry Mean to YOU ? Does Dentistry mean memories of painful ordeals in the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 February 1915

Ladies I Your health should be your first consideration. It is truly said Many . wpmen girls suffer unnecessari ly when a little knowledge may saVe them years' of 'pain and ^misery Every wjonaaii and girl, whether a /sufferer -or not, should possess this kntfwlejflge, which iwall be' found m the ''-Natura'\ Health (Gujde. This valuable medical guide should, be in every home and'will vbe eentfreeon^ ; receipt of 2d1 to cove*'f-ostage. Ad-'| dress Department '-EJDl. 'Natura ' j Health Co. (Mrs. H. Clayton, man ageress), Canberra' Souse, 297 Eliza beth 'street, Sydney **

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WOMAN'S WORLD WAR AGAINST WASTE How to Save Bread. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 February 1915

WOMAN'S WORLD ? , WAR AGAINST WASTE How to Save Bread. Waste of any crumb, of bread is a sin. This is the first kitchen rule for the present time, but it need not conjure up a dreary vista of stale crust munching. The housewife's'. J toast , must still be crisp and tooth some; her afternoon tea slices as j fresh and thin as ever; but it is in] the unused scraps of bread, staler j tftflfif nnHfi of InoVAO n«tn^n miii i from bread. and toast that the house keeper can show her skill. All these scraps, the waifs and strays of the1 bread crock, should be paraded ev ery morning and assigned definite1 C duties. The day's needs will first be dealt with, the crumbs, croutons or :;V sippits required sorted out and put on one side. Every unwanted scrap should thai be cut into fairly uni form squares, placed in a baling dish and baked carefully In a slow oven to a delicate golden brown shade- ' To test the proper baking of tho ^iread, break , one of the thickest hits — if it snaps crisply the b...

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

GORR JMAL For the current pay, South Bulli mine has seven days, and Corrimal will pay for full time. A surf display will be given , at Ttowrodgi Beach in about a' fort night. s time, three clubs will prdbal bly participate. a luuecmg oi the l'ine Club will j li-k Vila . . v. . . I , ?. .. wy 'viu uiui utujt UU batiu-aay e - at «.^o, the busi ness will oe the anointment of oi ucers tor tne terjui, u^ui'ing oi the shooting area, ancl general. Several returned soldiers irom 't.he South pacific ' expeditionary force aver the press reports of wnat oc curred arounu iiftuaul and other ad jacent localities were exaggerated. The flying fox pest has been res-r ponsible for consiUerable mischief a mongst the orchards jthis season. . - Ail exceptionally good prograrume has been arranged and wiU oe pre sented at the concert to ue held m the School oil . J^r.ta Hall. on x'hurs day March 18 th under, tie auspices of the local branch, of the JLiod Crossj Societyj the secretary; and committee antici...

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

Groceries Groceries are a necessity, therefore- '' QUALITY GOODS and BEDROCK PRICES should be your aim -when* purchasing. JOEWAH&Oir - and CO. x -ith thier carefully selected stock of all' the Leading Brands gives you Quality Goods at Bedrock Prices. Give them a trial nexb crder. Once a customer always a customer. Drapery I BEoT HOUSE FOR SILKS Bargain Price is our Usual Price^ Call or ring up ~ JOE WAH GOW, and CO. UPPER CROWN ST., Phone 156 . WOLLONGONG Have & Drink? Nothing better as a Thirst Qaqncher & Appetiser than Ginger Beer MADE FROM 'GmJO' POWDERS. A Sixpenny Packet contains all the ingredients necessary to make - ]£ gallons of tasty, refreshing ! Ginger Beer. * J Get a Packet To-Day, and we'll : return your money if you're v. not satisfied. ; 'The Btore Where*Quality Counts. v G. R. JARMAN, Tel. 34. ^ RGlBA-SfREET ? : ? V- - - -????: TMiToal Pharmacy. Special Attention is paid by the proprietor to the Dispensing Department. 3 A H prescriptions are ...

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HELENSBURGH [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 February 1915

HELEHSSUH6H The death occurred in Sydney ia**t weeK of. David iverr, third son of jui and J\irs. «J . -iverr, who were among tue lirat to settle in Helensburgh ; Dave, who had been m for a co:i siderable time, was a favorite with all.; who knewj him. He was seven teen years oi ageA The body wab brought to Helensburgh, a ' large number attending the funeral, . Rev. Mr. Chapman conducted the service at the graveside, iGeneral sympathy oeen expresses. lor relatives. A move has been made in the direction of forming a new rilie club, At a meeting held in richool of Arts a committee ,was appoints.! for the purpose. Mr. G. B. Read is acting as secretary; and names of intending members are being added to his list daily; he( has made the necessary application to tne author ities. The movement promises to1 be ?a success in Helensburgh. :See advt. At the local Court on Monday Mr. Elliott, S.M., heartily congratulated Sergt. Tomkins, (who has been in charge of the Helensburgh district for 13 ye...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 February 1915

Mr.JoniesLindsay, DENTIST . $0~t: Mneic Store

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 February 1915

Tiitoist^ The test'of' time is what, tells the tale. 'A ^neviV'tolrpbm'ssBeeps clean,'' but %iU it wear well is whaC inte rests most. The public soon find out when'-'-oiifii^pi^^atatdibiis / are- made, andmerit alone -will stand. Hhe. test of time. People*1 appreciate merit, and years ago local ; people publicly endorsed Bean's Backache Kidney ;Pills; they do so still. Would a woman make the statement which convinced that the; article vi'W* just as represented ? 'A i cu^b ''ti&tf ' Jalts is the -kind that ev- i ills is lookr j iris: for. J : Mrs', .t&jiest'- Clarke, Main Street, . -| ^u'ilt ''Day and night 1 was .tpriu'red ; with sharp, ' shooting pains , across my ,fcack, Should I attempt to stoop,,- S *fould Buffer agony, ^t tiines i could scarcely get about to' db my work, and everything , was a trouble to me*' 'for I always^ setemed to he tired X used a, gieat many remedies, but they did not benefit me. X saw a testimonial .in the Pa per from a woman who had been...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 February 1915

H. F. COTT ERELL Auctioneer & Valuator central Sale Rooms : BUliLI- WOONONA Oldest District Auctioneer A Conmissioner f«r Affidavits and Sworn Valuator under » Real Property Act Sou Agent bob — , CoxtonEstate, ^prrknal . Botl»iTt S^te, ;Go^ramal ; ; * FarreH -a Subdivision* Balgownie '' Bussell Yale Subdrvidboh. Bellambi Artis* Subdivision, Bolli McCauleyPark ®staie,Thirroul Coledale Subdivi«icra,Coledale Litfcosand all Particular Post Fbbb . -- ^^earXJhuMsh of England). ©IBBfiXL SSBBXgBS, [?]

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

NEEDLEWORK.^ Fancy Work, hand-made.— Miss M Reeston 1, J. A, Evans 2. : Oorticelli- Work.— Miss p. Mowle ly Miss McPhail 2. Infant's Jacket.— Mrs. A. Sheiwjn 1, J. A4. Evans 2* Mt. M-dlick Work.—MJss F. Mbwle MJss Beeston 2. Crochet B'Oyjtesm.-^Mrs. O'Neill 1, Miss McPhail 2. Can^isole. — Miss Mowle 1, Mrs. B. Taylor2. Smocked Dress.— Mrs. B. Taylor 1, ' Mrs. A. Sherwin 2. Suit for Little Boy.— Mrs.: J. B. : White 1, Mrs, J. McLelland 2. Dress for^ Little Girl.— J?lorrl-» Cook 1, Mrs. O'Neill 2. Tea Cosy — Miss Mowle 1, Mrs. Sherwin 2. ' Pillow Shams. — MisB Beeeton 1. Miss Robb 2. Counterpane Crochet.— Miss Mau»l Swan 1, Mris. McKenzie 2. Fancy Work, not mentioned In the schedule.— Miss Mowle 1, Miss Bee ston 2, Cushions. — J. A.' Evans 1, Mrs. Sherwin 2. Afternoon Tea 'Cloth.— Miss Beest on 1, Miss Mowle 2. Fancy Work, not drawn thread. — * Miss Mowle 1, Miss Beeston 2. Muslin Blouse.— L. Neville 1, Flo v. rie Cook 2. Eyelet Eimbroldery.— Miss McPhail 1. Mrs. Sherwin 2, | Novel Pi...

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