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

COOKERY. Baker's Bread.— F. Corr. Scones, made with Batho's Baking Powder.— Lorna MtPhail 1, Mrs. iv, Mathie 2. Scones mode w th Brunton's Rioyal Flour. — Mies M; Brown 1, Mrs. iit. Mathie 2. Scones, matte with Aunt Mary s Baking Powder.— Mrs. M. PearSon. | Collection Cakes.— Mrs. R. 'Lowe. Sponge Roll. — E. 'Neville 1, Mrs. Mathie 2. Sponge Sandwich. — Mrs- W. A. O'Neill 1, Miss M. Brown'2. Home-made Bread. — C. 3.. Cook 1, Mrs. E. T. Evans 2. ( Ginger Bread. — Mrs. J. A. Brown 3., Mrs.- . P. Rieck 2. Currant Cake. — Mrs. R.' J., Lo*e i '1, Muriel Couch 2. i Pound Cake.— Mrs. R. J. Lowe 1, | Muriel Couch 2. i Sponge Cake. — Mrs. J. A. Brown 1, Miss Lindsay (K.p.) 2. Plum Cake. — Muriel Couch 1, Mrs. W. A. O'Neill 2. Seed Cake.— M. 'Abberton 1, Mrs. J . R. Caldwell 2. V {Rainbow Cake. — Mrs. J. A:. . Browti 1, Isabel Lindsay 2. ^ . Orange Cake. — Mrs, J. \A. Bro^n 1 , J. Lindsay 2. Show Cake.— 0. , Glover 1, L. Nev ille 2. Passionfru t GaVe. — J. Lindsay 1, Mrs. J. R'. Caldwell 2. ....

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Second Day [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 February 1915

Second Day The attendance on Wednesday was good,- httt hawdly up to last year's. Awards. — - Pony HagH Jumm—'Al. H, philiips 1, C, McCrl^c^y 2. 'Gents. Hackney, up to 12st. — J* Phillips! ,W. Sewel! 2. Harness 'Horse, under l4.2. — E, SXr B|gg 1, ?AC Goodlet 2. , Stfibk Horse .--A. Cook 1, 3. Charlton 2. » 4? * * Lady's Hackney.— J., Phillips lt Wf SeweU ;2. ' ,? , j ,kj j » ?' Jumping Horse (district) .—J . Phll lips 1 and 2. Horse or More, 14.2 and under.— B. R._ Bigg 1,'J. Seymour 2, Maiden Tfrot.— JL: Porter 1, D. Jm Condon 2. Pony in Harness' over 12h and under 13h. — Jas. Forward 1, Mrs. Anderson 2. Boy Rider, under 15.— Mervyn Rio- j gan 1, Lachlan McPhail 2. Handicap Trot.— W, A. Jones 1, W Gahan 2. Melon Hunt.— A. Cook 1, p. Cook 2. Gents. Hackney, up to l'4st. — .T. Phillips 1, A. Taylor 2. Pony in Harness, 13h. and 'under '? 14h. — Tf Musgrave 1, A. Goodlet '2. Musical Stalls for Ladies. — Mtss Elliott 1, Mrs. J. Young 2. Lady Eider — Miss Elliott and Miss Carr . divided....

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

. FINE ARTS. Oil Painting, life. — Miss N. Brown 1, Miss A. B. Cocks 2. Oil Painting, landscape.— M. Sparshott 1, Miss -Cocks 2 Oil Painting; from nature. — Mrs. H. Reid 1 and 2. Water Color Drawing.— Miss '^Docks- 1, Mrs. H» Held 2. . Crayon-- Drawing;~M'ss M.-- Brown If Miss Gocks'-JS.' Oil, Painting, ojJl opal, ler^ra cott:i, or G-l«iss.— Miss McPhail 1, ikirs. L, Carr 2. Collectibn,. Oil Paintings- — Miss Mc Phail 1, M. J. Sparshott 2. Collection Water Colors.— Mrs.- L* - Carr 1, Mrs. H. Reid 2.

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 Austral Boot Store for RELIABLE FOOTWEAR Agent for Perry's Gold Medal , BOOTS. FIRST dlSf1' REPAIRS, Goodyear SfciteWng- for the trade SvJ;:; .1 j. A-'* * V '? * *

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

SCARBOROUGH The coal trade at this end of the district is not as brisk as many would like. 'At the South Clifton mine 7£ days have been got in for this pay, while at the Tunnel miue at Scarborougf h 5f days Iwfill be paid lor. ' Oln Tuesday evening last members of the Scarborough Progress Ateso. ciation and representatives of the THinnnl tmino fn + nftri onrairl .T 11. Nicholson, M.L.A., iwho promised to make arrangements for a! deputa tion to meet the Minister in con oection with the establishment of a railway platform at South Scarba roughl ' ; : | i There is a movement on foot here ? to form a rifle club, and about f-3 persons have notiyed their intention of becoming members. 'A suitable rifle range, it is stated, can be se_ , cured at the back oi the Scarbor- j ough reservoir. I On Friday evening, 12tfe March, j the Scarborough, residents are going: i to give the lads from this centre who volunteered for the front, a right royal send-off in the (Palace Hall. It will take the fon...

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

OUR NEIGHBOURS. (From our Exchanget,).. LTTHGOW. IS ,r, /' The local coal trado is said to le in about the same condition for jy^v last week as for several veokf\ '? r Ijack. The shifts worked were not t so broken at two or three of the col '*?/. .'?' ?-' -lieries,- oAving to the redaction 'Of hands. It is stated 1 hat every tU ffiv is being made to pro\ide full work for the men now employed. Mr. J. W. Teesdale. late jnder-. ground manager at Vale of Clwyvd ~ ^ Colliery, has succeeded Mi*. Gr. W. Cooke as manager of the Invincible Colliery, Cullen liullen. Mr. obert Durie takes Mr. Teesdale's position _ at the ^Tale of Clwydd.

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

- ' MORiUYiA. Hloruya 'Times' says that th'hgs flare quiet at Bateman s Ba v. -'icly 'two sawmills out of fourteen' are 'working. A few sleepers are. corn i»g In, but these will also show a ^'ig shortage' on last month's pass.

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

B'E-xA-. A drop of rain would be welcome. Bush fires are beginning to ?nake .. their appearance, and people inuk ing fires in the open should be ex tra careful. Mr. H'. M. Alcoc'c, of Quira, lias . sold his dairy herd and ^Innt tb Mr. Samuel, .Johnson, whose sm Thomas, will tave charge. The -Misses Lynch, of Nazaret+b Convent., -Be 2 a, retui-ned to tJiHtJ P town last wee'e. . The trustees of the North liega Park were last week fined c*J, 2e. each and costs for failing to de fg- - stroy rabbits. All going well- some record crops . * ^ 6 of maize will J;e har rested jn the - Bec^a flats this year. Several of our farmers are -'Vf-iy ?*? busy, filling their silos just ±iow- jt Balmain Bros, have disposed of y their Nov,'ia branch of the business to Hr. George Harrison, and in fu ture will run their cars in injunc tion with his^ '.**

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

AUSTINMER Blackberry Day, Saturday, iiOth,   was a distinct success. An early start was made by all, old and young, residents and visitors ? were out the greater part of the day in spite of the heat and the other dis advantages of picking. 'i'he reason of all this was that it was for the' soldiers; most people— one very: well anight say all— readily and gladly respond to anything devjsct tu tUCJXI U-1JJ v , w — ' others besides them gave their help; i those that could not pick subscri j- ' ed to a fund, which totalled .£8 ?s on the final count; some of this, a j matter of 17s, was spent on apples from Darkens Forest, to add to the bulk, so that with the 5601b- of berries, raw material to over half a j ton was sent away. Another geno- j rous offer came from the Peacock | Jam Co. — to manufacture, tin, pack , and forward to the C.C. Food Fund' | an amount up to - a ton; then - the j Sugar Refining Co. in their dona- | tion up to half a ton of sugar. ] disposed of that par...

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

New Reservists The following is a list of -those who have in Wollongong, in the jcourse of the national drill move- y 'jment, joined the Rifle, Club'— - i J. W. Russell, Dr. H. Lee? A. F. Hale, J. Stoyles, H. Herd, -E. H.; Boys, T. J. TYirn, W. V. Brown, B. jotswald, J. F. Thomas, A. McKen zie, W. Parkinson, P. O. Wiseman, H, Co wain, W/C. Fraser, .R. Tind ell, V. Porteous, W. Stumbles, L. G. Presdee, Dr. J. Kerr, 'W. Futchsr, W. Lance, M. A. O'Donnell, O. A. Miunford, W. H., Presdee, junr., F. H. Rose, S. H. Xeild, ~J. B. Wells, .las. Brown. C. M. BlacV, R.- !P. 'White; J.: Cdpas, W/©ochrane, ?i. Wotton, C, Hill, W. L: S6ott, R. GHurch,* S.-Frew, vA'.- Bricfcwood. Tee total membership of the club is now 75; ' ; * . - -The Conncil have granted the use |of the Ttown Hall for one night a week and a commencement will be made as soon as- attestation forms , are received. The ? address of the following mem bers is requested by the secretary : 3j. -:Gowiain, O- A- Mumford, S. H. Neild,; J...

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THE STORYTELLER A Queen of Hearts CHAPTER XVII. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 February 1915

THE STURY TILLER AQueenofHearts BY EVELYN EVERETT GREEN, CHAPTER XVII. 'Hugh had his hanging account st the same bank as my brother. Tite odore banked elsewhere to avoid the confusion of. the names; but it .:id not matter for Hugh. Well, the sto ry proved up to the liilt at the trial was this — Hugh was deeply jji debt; he had been very reckless end extravagant and Theodo-e tiny in-.' tlier) was very angry about u. One night Hugh and his friends had all been gaming; and drinking right till dawn broke. Hugh was in one of his excited reckless moods. How the talk began I don't. Anowi; but thu'e was some foolish talk, and wagering and Hugh declared that he could sign a cheque with his uncle's name so well that 'nobody would detect, the .difference of the ha»nd. He was very clever iwith his pen or pencil. After a fc-w experiments on. bits of paper he got out his cheque book, and signed one Of his cheques with his uncle's crabbed signature. But this was not enough. It had to le accepted b...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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NORTH COAST NEWS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 March 1915

NORTH COAST NEWS 1 Amongst those who got a bursary fl at the recent examination entitling X| him to two years tuition at Haw- 11 kesbury College is -i«ack MacNamara, H *on of Mr, P4. J. MacNamara, Coffs .^1 Harbor. Out of 29 from the Agri cultural High School,. Hurlstone, he was first. H[ The four blocks made available at Moone as Homestead farms came be fore the Land Board at Bellingen on [ Friday last week. Mr. H. Boultwood | appeared for Mr. P. O' Sullivan m conjunction with Mr. P.. J.- MacNa mara. He had first choice, and he selected farm No. 267, acrea 253a a. ^ The others successful in the ballot ?were Mr. H. P. Cunxiingham, 'No. 117, 214f acres. iMr,. P. J. MacNa mara acted for him. Mr. V. Vaisey, farm No. 286, 204^' acres and mo. Venioles 212 acres. Mr. C. B. Street, BalHna's first chemist, has disposed of his busi ness.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 March 1915

AT O I ?! ? You See, it s Like This j 'A new broom sweeps clean.' A. F. HALE CO. Have a new man in charge of their Men's Department, and are having a GREAT CLE1RHG SALE j MEN'S & BOYS' WEAR I 2 Weeks only. 2 Weeks only. STARTS SATURDAY. FEB. 27™ : . . . Don't you make any error ! There'll be Sensational Savings at* this Sale. Times are bad, eh ? Well, come to our S Men's Sale. You'll even things up considerably. Every Line in our Men's and Boys' Section Reduced Every Line. Remember that. Every Line Reduced JOST BEAD THE8E BARGAIN SNAfS. THERE'S LOTS MORE— Men's Fur Felt Hats, odd Colors and Sizes, all smart and up to-date shapes , Usual prices 9/6 to 10/6 Sale price 4/11 Wool Felt Hats, Black, Brown, and Slate Usual price 5/11 Sale price 3/11 Men's Pyjama Suits, good Flannelette, well made Usual price 4/11 Sale price 2/11J Men's Strong Tweed Troupers. Here's a Money-saver Usual price 5/6 Sale price 3/11^ Men's Fashion Shirts, odd makes and sizes. All good upto date goods Usu...

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Mayoral Banquet [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 March 1915

ilayoral Banquet . In the Royal Alfred Hotel, WoUon jjong, on Wednesday evening la«t»he Kayor of Wollongong (Aiderman N, Smith), entertained a company, in honor of his election. After an ex cellent dinner, well served, a toast list vas entered upon. The Mayor gave 'The King,' Which Was royal ly honored. ?Mir. Frank Young, president of the X Citizens Association, gave the toast jQt ''The Municipality of Wollongong. Mr. Young, starting with, the : fact that Wollongong was, with the ex ception of Parramatta, the oldest municipality , in the State-, gave a re count of the progress made and im provements in view. Alderman Dance responded. -He re cognised the difficulty which in the past had obtain-?d of doing much with the insufficient revenues. Speak ing of his own term of Mayoral of- ? fice, Alderman Lance mentioned his antagonism to anything which *. was dilapidated or ' moth eaten, and said , ? 'he had aimed at progressive and up lifting ideals both in works anil in- i tellectually a...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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BAPTO [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 March 1915

BAPTO I In connection with the, weight- I guessing competition at the recent I Dapto Show, the beast, when dress- I ed, turned the scale at 765 lbs. The I following guessed the exact- weight— I J. O'Halloran, Mount Kembla, C. I Asher, DaPto; W. H. Cook. Unander- fl ra, and R. H. Judd, Windsor. There was also a competition tor guess iug the number of peas in a bottle, proceeds in aid of the lied Cross Fund. Mr. Smith proved to be the winner, his guess being 1800; the bot tie contained 1876. The prize wa® » cake presented by Mr. F. Corr. The annual meeting of the DaPto llifle Club was held on Saturday ev ening, when the following officebear ers were elected — Captain, A Dawoa; treasurer, W. Dennis; secretary, A. H/oberts; committee, Messrs. W. Mar\ A. J . Quinn and H. Harris. The beat Scores for Saturday's shoot in iho Fairley Trophy Competition were W. Massey 45, W, Mark 46, -J ef'f Massey 43, Stanley Massey 44, T. Gillen 42, A. Roberts 41, A. Dawes 39, C. Chie 46, W. Dawes 44, B, Mc...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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WEEK BY WEEK [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 March 1915

WEEK BY WEEK ||)- ' Hr. R. Qiliiibre was, while getting r ' e railway ticket at the Sydney st a- ? tion' on Saturday, robbed of £30 ; his pocket being picked. ? ? ' jfv, At the Sydney Police Court on K,i-* Monday Gladys iCrimmins, barmaid, , ^p|\ was fined £8 for ' stealing a gold §V,; - scarf pin from one Ernest (Fall. I, : ICdania Council express the opin fe ton that the Hlawarra Centenary Ce p ? ' lebration should be deferred until af ter the war crisis. - . A very fine motor bus plies for I -- hire at Helensburgh. On Tuesday it had a run down as far as Bulli and t Vi-as generally admired. . — ° — 5ii Coral trees have been found to withstand the sea breezes, and belts f. of them will, in the near future, be i L'-/- planted along the reclamation from | ' Stuarf Park to the racecourse. Mayor Hyam, Nowra's new. fg/ ' ir.ayor, has adopted , a syiste fefc ' malic method , of carrying out muni cipal works. He has tha works tab p|r- ulated, and will have them proceed pft . ed with * in ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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No title [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 March 1915

f Ibjsi^esa (disgusted with coolt): It - seem^^ i;o' ^tne,' ^Bridget, thai6, the £ woVst 'mistresses get the best codks. Bridget : * ^rraV; 'go -oh. %id 'yerliiar- ?

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 March 1915

14 Days' SALE SALE SALE Second Annual Sale GENUINE SALE. ris NOT a Sa3a of Here To-day an! Gone To-morrow. Others mar come and go, but I go on for ever to supply votir wants with Up-to-date Pictures, framed and unframed. Unclaimed Orders and Travellers' Samples, Stationery, Overmantles and Mirrors. Oil Paintings at 19s, reduced to 17s a pair ; 17s reduced to 16s ; la 3d Fancy Frames Is each ; 4b Frames at 10$d and 9d ; CaleyV Water Colors 2s 3d ; Horses and Dogs, in. frames, usual price 9s 6d, at 7s lid pair ; 9d Pictures at Cd, 6d Pictures at 4|d, 3d Pic tures at Id. All Fancy Fans 3d and 4|dr usual price 4$d, 6d, 7|d. JuBt in — A new lot of Travellers' Samples. Just arrived— An Indent Order, all Fancy Goods, going at Fale Prices. Watch the Windows, and Prices will tempt yon. WALTEROOULTOF UPPER CROWN STREET, WOLLONGGNa Imperial Hotel ClsIFTON. VISITORS to Clifton will find . this New and Up-to-date Hotel replete with every modern comfort and convenience. Good Attendance, Good Tabl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 March 1915

F. A. SWAN Carrier and Contractor. Furniture Carefully Removed. Sulkies and Coaches for Hire. Picnic Parties driven to any part of tbe district at reasonable rates Address : COBBIMAL STREET, i Tel. No. 60 . ' Wollongong ? ? j 4 OAKLAND 3 -.r twin ' TheCar with, a Conscience.' The 20 h p. ' OAKLANDS' are proven, well-tried Motor Cars that are performing their work thoroughly satisfactorily and economically. The latest improvemements include the well-known '' Delco ' Electric Self-starting and Lighting System (the simplest and most reliable of all electric starters). The placing of the Fuel Tank on the rear of the Car, larger and more accessible. The new type Khaki-colored Hood, with envelope and curtains. The five Large Tyres and Tubes on interchangeable rims, guaranteed for 3000 miles. The ' OAKLANDS ' are beautifully finished throughout, and the most Value-for-money Cars sold in New South Wales. TRIALS ARRANGED. DRIVING TAUGHT. Sole District Agent— W. DWYER, Wollongong. Also Agent ...

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Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 March 1915

Church Services. IS CHURCH OP IBNOfLANiD. T St. Siichaed's, Wollongong, 8 a.m ^ H.O. Kev. C. (Aj. Stubbin; 11 a.m.* i| JI.O. and morning Prayer, ORev C I A, Stufobtn, 7.1b p.m.. Kvenmc; J Pi ayer, Rev. o. A. Stubbin; Fig- - :-j tree, 3, lie v. c. A.- Stubbin. Iveira viUo, 11, B.C., iRev. J. Poole. MU Jvembla, 3, H.C., Ifey. J. Poole, pt. Kembla, 7.15, lie v. j.- Poole. Bal- ^ gownie, 7.15, Mr. A. Elliott. Fairy ' Meadow, a, -Mr. T. Marshall. i METHODIST CH®[R|CH. J Wollongong, ll, Mr. T. Biss*!; | 7,15, Sev. A1. Stephen. DaPto, 2.''0 -J Marshall Mount 11, Ml. j. jiiuieryi Mount Keira, 2.45, liev. A. Stephen *1 7, Mr. W, W. Smart. Mount Ivemo'a, ^ 3 and -5.30, Mr. J. W. Onions. Bsa- ^ gownie, 3, Mr. J. Fisher; 7, My. w . v Winley. Corrimal, 11, Rev. A. Ste« phen; 7, Mr. W. Lance. Unanderra u. ' 3 Mr. H. Banfield. Port Kembla, 7, -£f| Mr. H. Banfield. Keiraville, 11, Mr, . ? Si W. W, Smart; 7, 3ffr. Emery, : . ?|| Bulli Circuit. ^3 Bulli, 11, Mr. F. J. Selwood; 7.15, . U Mr. S. Cox. W...

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