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Why Germans Should be Interned. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 March 1915

Why Germans Should be Interned, The following article is from the ''Australian Mining Standard': — 'Senator Pearce, who is Minister for Defence, stilted a few days ago to a press representative that the . )G®vernment, intended to continue the ? practice of allowing Germans out,ou parole until, to quote his 'own words 'there is justification for a change.' The attitude is tolerably foolish in any case; but the Minister proceeds to make it more Toolish by giving his reasons. Here they are : — *'If we , v were*- within twenty miles of Ger many, our practice might be differ ent. As it is, we are taking reas ? onable precautions while acting with discretion and in as broad 'a spirit of tolerance as the circumstances will allow. Perhaps it would' have j been nearer the truth had Senator Pearce, who may be credited wiith' a r\ good grip of the situation, said he . was taking such, precautions as the .majority of his colleagues in the Commonwealth Ministry would all , owe; for, while there ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wrestling [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 March 1915

Wrestling I The match between Ike Armstrong I .'(Balgownie) * and (Fred Cockbaine I (Bellambi), eventuated in the Harp I 'Hotel grounds last Saturday after- ? Jnoon. Six bouts ensued, in four of ? . which falls twere/ counted to Cioc - ? j baine, who was declared the winner I by the referee, Mr. T. Thompson, ? The stakes were £10 aside. B

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 March 1915

MOTOR Trips In a- roomy and comfortable Cadillac Tourinsr Car can be arranged to all South Coast Besorfs. 1 erms m- derate. Oar for hire daily. C. Flliott, 'phone 122, Wollongong, or Wollongong Hotel ftndBoyal Alfred Hotel BLUE RIBBON || BREAD ' | j Bees' Bread. Iff FIE8T PRIZE AGAIN . i* '1 at Wollongong Show. ^ J| It is Good and Wholesome. Children like it, » '3 ?1*1 and enjoy it like oake. % - 1 Old people appreciate its fine quality, ,-1 knowing it is baked with due regard to S4|j retaining the rich nutriment of the wheat. -' 3 %$§ It is Baked by Expert Bakers at . ,*1 ?*»» T. REES' Bakery, '|.J TJnanderra, ^ 1J1 Cart delivers in Wollongong and Si surrounding districts daily ^ -;-i Telephone 179, Onanderra. Thirroul Pharmacy. |1 Special Attention is paid by the % proprietor to the jlf *$ Dispensing- Department. ; I ? ' '\5 -1 [ All prescriptions are dispensed I with the greatest care and ^ ~''M, ? ' accuracy. Jjjg A Large Stock of Perfumes and , ^js ^ Preparations for the face a...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 March 1915

BOWLS. I Wollongong and Corrimal 'Cluls ^ play a match on Woonona green to - I morrow] (Saturday) afternoon to I tide supremacy of the South Coast in the B Pennant. Whichever .of | these tWo clubs win this match will be entitled to play in Sydney in the semi-finals against the winners of other districts — the competition; being a 'State one. The following players will represent Wollongong : J. Byron, J. H. Parsons, F. Figtree T. Byron, F.. Allsep, : N. Smith, 11 Kiernan, T. Rees, -A. Settree, C. 1\1 . Reeves, F. Wiseman, W. Townsend. Coach leaves Wollongong Clubroom at 2 sharp, and players are special ly requested to be on hand not later than that hour.

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 March 1915

The Waking up Test One of the best signs of general all round good health is to wa'rxj up in the morning just at the ri^lit time without a thought of tiredness or disinclination to ri6e. If you wake heavy and headachy, with little desire to jump out of bed, depend upon it your nerves are out of order and your blood is pro bably thin and poor. ' 'An anaemic person is. never good for much till after breakfast, but the first hours are the brightest if the blood is good. For better nerves, hearty appetite good digestion, and jolly, confident spirits, the new rich J lood which Dr. Williams' Pink Pills make SB the «,ue thing in the world. Take a dose af ter each meal for a week and see ?what a difference they will make. Notice how vigorous you will have j become, how hungry you are for your meals, how steady your nerves have grown, and how competent you feel to take oh the day's work. This is ? the effect of the greatest ! nerve tonic ever discovered — the only nerve tonic which makes blo...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fishing. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 March 1915

Fishing. (j Fish are biting well throughout the M district. Along the coast some good B hauls are coming from Port Keonbla, B Of black bream, by night fishermen. B S ? Thome and party secured over B 120 flathead on Thursday fishing B from a boat in the vicinity of the B Five Islands. , B

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 March 1915

Different from Others Pinkettes are different. This new laxative -supersedes the big nause ous pill that has done, duty for so long. They neither upset tV»c wtoir. ach nor irritate the bowels,, yet tl;ey * act thoroughly and do all that an efficient laxative ought to do. 'J hoy are little, pink, sugar-coated »v. a Is that are easy and pleasant to 'take. Pinkettes will be found valuable by sufferers from constipation. fTal en according to directions they help to correct the irregularity, . so that the use of an opening medicine is not a constant necessity. They ; are just the thing that ought to be kept handy in every home, and mothers will find that children will take them without trouble. V Mention the 'South Coast Times!' ond vg^ite for a free trial staple to the pr. iams' Medicine Go., of 'Australasia, 'Ltd., Sydney. Sold by all' mediCme- dealers at is per bottle. * * i MTiat j^odr-what *, glorious . newB . for grcy-liaire-): folk is tliie. ' Grey ?- ? iiai r can ' £t- . last be ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORT. The Turf KEMBLA GRANGE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 March 1915

S PO RT. TM Turf KEMBLA -34fcANGE RACES. Next Tuesday week a meet ng^ ; by arrangement with tbe Hioernians of Hlawarra and complimentary to the Rev. p. Power, Will take place. The ' programme comprises Maiden Hanoi- 1 cap, 50 sovgV; Juvenile Handicap , 5u I sovs.; St. Patrick s Day Handicap, ' 70 sovs.; Orange Stakes, 50 sovs. ; Jumpers' Flat Riace, 50 sovs.; Sham rock Welter Handicap, 50 sovs. en tries close, as usual, at 4 p.m. on Monday, .with Mr. A. H. Hart, at 3 Castlereegh street, Sydney.

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 March 1915

There is no waste' basket out of which you may pick your ?; wasted hour.

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 March 1915

BOXING. .Jack Darcy imormed the Star Sta dium management yesteroay that, oWdng to iil-uealth, he could not ful fil his engagement witn &idfj\eiieen next Saturday at the Star, ThtT management straightawiay as--ed . it Neilsen .would meet liudd again and the Dane readily accepted. He says he is eager to meet ltiuad again, and promises to mane amends tot his de feat on the last occasion. H RudJ will meet JSieilsen, this wid be the contest for next Saturday, iiarch 13. Dan O'Connell, who promoted the tournaments at Corrimal that were so successful and interesting, will shortly call entries for another light weight on©— but this time it is to be staged at Scarborough. Particulars as regards weights, prize mon^y, etc. will be published in a future issue, j CDhe '£30 tournament has had a sad ! ending, in both divisions, 10 ana I 9.9, That the management has beeu too lenient altogether was lully de monstrated on Saturday night last at the Star Stadium, when there was a good crowd pr...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THIRROUL. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 March 1915

THIRR0UL ^ 11 ? The new hotel, which is a very !' flne brick structure, will, it is ex pec ted, be in readiness toroccupatlon r C in about two months time, f- ,J°hn George has taken over * the refreshment room until recently 1^,' conducted by Mr. H. Prett. In the position it is the shop provides ev ; ery requirement for tne convenience of the public and tourists generally. ,J See advt. in another column. On Monday, even ng last the Pic tor a Pictures (Mr. M, Simons man ager), gave a benefit on behalf of ^ vMr. John Norton, of Thirroul, who f is an inmate of the Waterfall lios . pital. The attendance was good ann '§Si th^ Programme an excellent one, tei- , Q*1 Tuesday a horse attached to e» - ' sulky, the property of Mr. George, g$S bolted in George-street. The vehicle ||^p- , collided with one of the electric I hght poles and was smashed to at ' v ^ pretty little wedding ,was cele bra±ed in the Thirroul Church of i^ngiand on Saturday last when Mit-b' llpifc- Jiuby Urace, of TTttirro...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 March 1915

ifilFLE SHOOTING, The following are the scores for the second shoot of the Wollongong. Rifle Club for quarter ending Mttrch. Conditions, 14 shots in two stages, at 600 yards, with handicaps:-— E. Osborne ? ? 61 3 64 J, Burns ? ? 6ii 1 63 F. Home ? 62 1 (j3 A. . Parsons ? '62 scr b2 J. Pemberton ... 62 scr 62 J. Innes ? ? 61 1 62 W. Ilarrigan ... 60 ecr 60 ' Gr. Landsay 60 scr 60 ? E. Williams ? ...... 58 2 60 H. Taofe ? ? 58 scr 58 iAj. S. Parsons ... 57 scr. ,57 6. Jamian ? 53 4 ' 57 C. W- Prott 54 : scr oi The next shoot is on the 10th and 13th March, 300 yards. On Wednesday afternoon a number oi the new members ha'i a shoot on the Wollongong range; scores were as follows^* i i I ' G-. Jarman 56, F. Hoi;je 54, iG. Beadle 52, A. Mckenzie ±V, S. L?ew. 41, Reg. Byron 39, .V. i'echrane 36, E. Osborne 61, J. * irus 54, St -n. Brickwood 53, 6. AdHngton ^5, V1 Torteous 44, F. Rose 42, J. Collins 89»

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

Collie Coal. In proposing the toast of ' The Collie Mining Industry,' at asocial held in Collie (W.A.), recently, Mr. C. E. Street, the local stationmas ter, said that as far as Collie was concerned, Collie coal was of ines timable value, for without it the town of Collie would be a very back number- With Collie., coal Collie was by no means a back number, as it was showing up well in comparison with other parts of the State. But apart from its value in this direc tioq, it. was valuable to the State generally, as it had the effect of keeping the imported article down to a reasonable price. In short, Collie coal had an economic value far in excess of what it was gener- , ally given credit for. Mr. Hutchinson, lately mine man- j ager at Collie Burn, in responding, j said the coal industry -was unques- j tionable of- great value to the State j generally. Collie coal was not the f best inthe world, but neither was [ some of the imported article too good. The trouble appeared to Re f tha...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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CRICKET. WOLLONGONG V. KEIRA. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 March 1915

CRICKET. WO-LLONGONO v. KEIRA. Commenced on the iG-reen on Sat-; urday last, and to be concluded' at Ejeira next Saturday. Coach will leave Post Office at 2 sharp, scores:— Wollongong, First Inns. Hegherty, c, b B. Emery ? ? 15 J,. Copae, c, b J. Porter ? ? 97 S. Thompson, b R. Emery 0 Hickman, c, b Edwards , ? ? 15 Shef-pard, c, b Edwards .1 ? 0 Copas, bowled Blake ? ? 0 Dr. Noel, b \H;V Bsng ? ? . ..f ; W. 'Hiompson, b Edwards ? 25 Slater, c, b Edwards ? ? 7 Mintorn,. c,.. b Edwards ? 4 Makln, not put ....... .......... v ? ? * Saiffi^s.. ........J 18 Total ...... ? ? ? ? ? 220 Bowling.-^G!. Emery, hone for 62 ; Edwards, i five ; for 49; iR. Emery, tiwo for 14, H. iHffng, ohe^for 39; Blake, , one for 20; Joliifie. none ior 5 ; J. Porter one for 13. ^ Keira, First Innings. S- Jolliffe, c, b iSheppard .... . .. 7 H. Ring, c, b Shepperd ............1 20 F. Ring, not out ? ? 5 Sundries ? ? ? ...» 2 Two wickets for ? ? ? ? ? ? 34 The' following are the scores, War ataSi A. v, Balgownie...

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

COLEDALE At the North Bulli mine the work ing conditions are better than at most other collieries in the district— the average being about nine days each fortnight. The coke ovens hero are being kept goittg constantly and the output is being despatched as fast as it can be turned put. The short* age of hoppers, however, is occa sionally responsible for some delay. A meeting of the Hlawarra Cot tage Hospital Committee was heia on Saturday evening last, when il was decided to arrange for a ball and also a banquet to celebrate the official opening of the new. hospital building. The date for the celebration has yet to be fixed. The old Coledale Progress Associa tion, having been out of action for some considerable time Past, the re sidents of Coledale met on Friday evening last, with a view to form ing another association. The attend ance numbered about 30, 'And much' enthusiasm prevailed. After Miscus sion, it was unanimously deeded to form a new (progress Association, and a- number of...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THANKS! (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 March 1915

THANKS ! (To the Editor..; j Sit,— The returned members of the New Guinea Expeditionary Force from Wollongong desire to thank'the citizens of Wollongong through the medium or your valuable paper for the excellent box of Xmas. Cheer sent us by them. ElotWii thstandmg the great dis tance the box was sent, every, arti cle was in splendid condition, and was received1 by us almost- on. Xmas Day and distributed amongst toth the Wollongong and iPort Ivemtjla boys, who appreciated the gift iruch more than anyone who has no* been on active service can imagine. In conclusion we should like to *P» ologise for not having ?»ubl.«cly thanked the citizens before, jut rnr time of departure from New M.ul«wa and New Britain was. so uncertain that we expected to be home uffore the mail leaving there about tMee weeks after Christmas arm si a Sydney. We only hope that in t*e I future the good townsfolk --f Woll ongong will, from time to time, re member our other Wollongong rades in Egypt and *ven when t...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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North Illawarra Council [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 March 1915

North Hlawarra Council At the meeting on Wednesday even ing there were present— Aldermen Madden, Broadbent, Porter', David son, Cox, Di. McDonald, G. Payne, Hayman, and F. McDonald. Correspondence* From F. Zieans, Corrimal, there was a letter, ? in reply, stating that ?no wmuld remove the pipes from hie property and place bridge to Coun cil's specification; he would also . at tend to bridge in Pioneer-road as soon as possible. — Inferred to the Works Committee. M- MdVitten asked for a rightof wav to the blacksmith's shop on the Main-road, Corrimal. — Referred to the Works Committee. W. H. Hawk en, postmaster, Bell ambi, wrote stating that having ap plied for a weekly half-holiday Ior Jits office, he had been adpised by the department to obtain concurr ence of the Council. Referred to the Works Committee to obtain the feeling of Bellaimbi residents on the matter. ?X' number of ratepayers at % Fern hill wrote as bondsmen to guaran tee the sum of £36 10s. cost or laying on water over F...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SCARBOROUGH [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 March 1915

SCARBOROUGH The South Oflifton Colliery and the - Scarborough Ttunnel Mine are not working too well as a result of a falling off In trade. The former only worked four days last week, while the latter only got in three days. There will only be about seven days at each colliery for the pay* 8»srt'' It has been definitely decided to |p.- . form a rifle club at Scarborough, and the necessary paperB have been forwarded to the authorities for the sir required permission. At the meeting H on Thursday night, Mr. Fuller, caP sii tam of the Coledale Rifle Club, was present and intimated that the Cole s dale men were willing to join forces k:; with Scarborough, for the reason sfe , that the Bui i range, the only avail* t £? able place for Coledale riflemen to gs practice upon, was not at all times ? available. The new- club will be ^ known as the Illawarra Hifle Club, Isi . and it is expected that there will be p;;; a membership of about 100. f The annual presentation of prizes ' in connection...

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

^ v I Diamond & Ruby Ring 16ct. gold — 40b. 45a . 3 Diamond— 70s. Diamond & Ruby— 40b. Half Hoop, 5 Diamonds £4 10b, £5 10b Diamond and Ruby, Half Hoop £4 15s £5 15s Wedding Riiips — i50t. 16s ; 21s. 18ot [from 20s ; Set. 10s 6d Quality Guaranteed Keeper Bines 9ct. Gold 24b Wedding and Engagement Kings A Speciality. DIAMOND HALF HOOPS, MARQUIS, CLUSTER, . & CROSS OVER RINGS from £4/10 to £36 Rings Made to Order A. BRICKWOOD. JEWELLER, V3BOWN STREET. ?' ? - , .# Opal and Diamond Ring 65b Diamond and Ruby or Sapphire, 55b 15ct. Gold Dress Rings Diamond and Ruby, 40s Diamond and Euby or Sapphire 50b, 60s 18ct. gold Gent's Garnet or Amethyst Rings, 17a fid, 20s, 25s. J Much * Depends on the Careful Dispensing of M&K your Doctor's Prescription ~~~~ H^HHEgV y A Slip — too much or too little of a certain drug may mean life or death. Expert skilful knowledge, careful and accurate handling of the drugs are essential. You are assured of this skilful, careful .....

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

Practical Prescription Against Stomach Acidity (By a Specialist.) ?.-?? : ? ?'-..?'5? ??'2fine-tenths of all cases of stom- ?«.*?:$ ach trouble nowadays, .' says^ar' lead- ?*; ing specialist, 'ore caused by too much acid. In ' the- beginning the stomach itself is not diseased; but1 if this acid condition, is allowed to ^ continue,^ the acid is Very likely to. eat into the stomach w&ils and pro duce stomach ulcer or cancer, either ? x; of which may render a radical sur gical operation necessary, even to prolong , life. Therefore an acjd ~ : (: stomath' is really a dangerous conj dition and ? should be treated seri- ^ ouslv. It is utterlv useless to take ? ? ?- pepsin and ordinary stomach tab-i lets. The ifeafcess acid must be neutra ihsed -by the administration of an ef -flctent antacid. For this purpose phy- '? sicians (nearly always recommend taking lialf a teiaspoonful of Bisurat ed» Magnesia -in a little - Water after each meal. Uarge quantities may be ! used if necessary...

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