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Stray Stock (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 March 1915

Stray Stock - fl (To the Editor.) fl Sir,— Hoping you wUl allow( me ;fl space in your paper to' draw Bulk ^S Shire Council's attention to the H number of horses and cows thataTe 9| eJloived to run about the thorough. S fores at Clifton, to the danger of ^M the public, and more especially *the '^1 children. © . -,M There ejre certain ^persons who ^M -make a regular practice of turning 1H their horses out ol their own yards j|H into 'the Mam $outh Coast-roadw ''^B when* they think it is too late to be ^| caught by the pound xnan. But I T '^M can tell ypu that^it is^lways^ery ^| dangerous, to the peopJe^paBsing by !^M and tfiie children playing thereabout, ^H ^srth,e owjiers simply open the gate ^9 and 'jsend tlieir 'horses out at full ^M gallop. ' ?, . ^M Jffoping the said Council Will take ^M action in the matter a.nd stop this JH iianjgerous practice, for the sake of J9 the 'public— -Yours, etc*, x ? i^M NOT A BUSINESS MAN. , ' .|9

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wollongong Police Court [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 March 1915

Wollongong PoIicelCourt In the Police Court on TueBday, one Daniel Benjamin was committed ' to the hospital for insane, 'OJlades ,ville; the S.M, commented upon the delay caused by a' witness. } In the Small Debts, v-ourt, Mrs. Mary Banks claimed a sum of £15 for board and lodging «rom A. L. Mitchell; .Mr. Lysaght for' plaintiff, Mr. Cox for the defence. | Plaintiff deposed that the defend ant, who had stud horses, lodged with, her for 31 weeks. The uilder 1 standing was that she was to be paid at the end of the season; her husband received £2 on Dec 24rth. which was the first payment. On Jan. 15 witness asked defendant and he gave her two pounds. Defendant left after that. Witness consulted Mr. Lysaght and subsequently, .through Mr. Cox, received £12. I By Mr. Cox:- Did not give witness e receipt for the payments. Defend ant called at the house in January and tendered witness six notes; wit ness refused to take it; her husband told defendant that he had placed the matter in Mr. Ly9...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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NELENSBURGH [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 March 1915

HELENSBURGH The committee controlling the HeU -ensburgh Patriotic Fund, met at Air. Harper's residence on Thursday la«t. 'lUie treasurer (Mr. -3). B. Read) pre. - * ijsented a statement of accounts up -to February l'lth. This showed total, local collections to be £119 16s O£d, the disbursements being— Lord May JBk -or's Fund, £60; Belgian Fund £30 ; WSf& Mrs. R. Malcolm £12; oalance £17 Jp? 16s Ojd. It was decided to send a S§£?* further ten pounds to the Belgian ||jfv Fund at once, and that a meeting R& ?«? 'he called lor the purpose of consid WKP ering the question of making a sp&. jp^ cial appeal on behalf of the fund &! A. sub-committee was appointed to nL arrange a sports programme for j Hepv - Saturday afternoon, March 20th, m I Bp- ?aid of the fund, Mr. Johnstone has / Kv ' -given the use of his ground, and |||7 several prizes have already been do. n|L nated 'A pumpkin disposed of at the ||t * Workmen's Club, realised £ll4s 6d ; Mtf ~ *or-the B...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Paspalum [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 March 1915

, P^spalum .. ,' - x Tlieucarrying-tsapacity ©f ^aepal«ni is well .advertised' -|jy the %cttthat tipon' Berry ^Mountain, a 'small 3-afl- dock of 120 acres has carried ~i-7P* ebeep, the jproperty ©f Mr'/ T^ank ^Hadgerj^ for thr& months. The, sheep are raJpidlsr approaching5 toaark-j ctable «ondittop as fats and there] is a good reserve fund of grass 4n 4his email area toJceep Kthem /oran* apparently indefinite period-— Kiama

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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UNANDERRA [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 March 1915

UIANDERRA I A meeting' of farmers was held in .. : . the Council Chambers on Friday ev ening last to discuss the price paid for milk. The farmers were unani mous that on account of the pres sent spell of dry wgather and con sequent falling off in the milk yield, they were entitled to ninepene'e per , gallon; they also considered that the margin for handling was far too great, the vendors receiving 5d. per quart and the producers only eight was present representing the Faran pence per gallon. Mr. W. H. Cook , ers and Dairymen's Milk Co., and j stated that his company were pre. J pared to pay ninepence per gallon I from that date (March 5th) without | raising the price to the consumer. The Fresh Food and Ice Co. were also willing to pay ninepence from same date and not to alter present retail prices. But the Dairy Farmers i Co. were not prepared to Pay the increase! Mr. L. Carr, delegate from the Grand Council of the Milk Sup. pliers' Association was present, and stated that, delegate...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEEK BY WEEK [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 March 1915

| WfflHY WgK L* Inspector Francis, Board of Etealtn, fir' last week took sampled of milk ven ^ ded in W611ongang. ' f Mr. Robert Wilson, of Unanderra, ''*„ and formerly of Foxground, Is tlie **''* successful tenderer for Cftpt. Blow's dairy, farm, Berry. rap ^^* — p^ The hearing of the claims of the W* southern coll eries' surface workers ft. by the wages board was concluded » in Sydney last week. The award l» m expected this month, i fltp Senior-Constaibles Bray, of Bulli ; fc' White, of Dapto; Willmott, Corrim r*- al, and Connor, Scarborough, hav« fc- been 'advanced to the rank of ser E geant (third class). t I'''' The Executive Committee of the IF,, Illawarra Centenary Celebrations J* met during the week, and decided to E postpone the celebrations until a |J later period of the year. |r- ? — o— - K\ Bev. S. Duesbury will be the.su* |;% cessor of the Rev. .T. A:. MeteaVe in ^ '„ the Wollongong Methodist circuit, P^T and Rev. Ambrose Fletcher, of the fp^ Jlev. F. W. Brown. »^ — v— ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 March 1915

Housewives are unanimous thai Brunton's Flour has no equal for Scones and Bread. Bakers prefer^Bruntpn's to any other Flour for Bread and SumlKGoods. Ladies say that the quality of Brunton's »Flour is without a parallel for uniformity. Coastal Farmers* Society, | Agents, WOLLONGONG. i . ..'?.-:.?.? ? A V«LUA8l£jiVESTMEHT Save the loss and prevent the annoyance caused by Busty Tabs by installing in the Laundry a set of RUST PROOF WASHING TUBS, which are practically unbreakable. , We also stock an assortment of Elec trical Goods, including all necessaries Bells, Presses, Wet and Dry Batteries, Wire, and Medical Batteries. Inquire from us for anything you require H.Williams & Son, Aicheson Street, Wollongong' Phonb 42. i OUCHESNE ' -Late SIMPSON) The NEWSAGENT, CROWN 8TKEET, Wbllongong (Opposite Commercial Bank) For the latest Newspapers, Magazines (Periodicals - SfaflOnerV of all descriptions to 8ui J All individual tastes BOOKS. One of the finest collection of books outside S...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 March 1915

Bu£gy Harness | English Pattern, Solid 1 Nickel Silver Mounts I £415s,.£55s^e517s6dperflet 1 CHEAPER QUALITIES I £3 8b, £3' 15s, £4 4t,& 7s 6d 1 Riding Saddles 1 £3 73 6d, £3 10s, £3 17s 6d. I Bridlas— 7/6, 8/6, X0/6 * I Martingales m 6/6, T^, 8/6, lG/,6 1 Saddle, CJoths I , 3/6'/ 4/6 5/677/6 1 Any part -rf Btantna 8old,«eparate. fl Miners IieatherBeltB Is 6jCjposted anywhere- , '9 Bauh Quality b 4ow- Sydney ^ri6ee. intpBc- 9 tion invited. Terms arranges '^fl GEO. JOHNSON, 1 Saddler, ThirrouK 48 yw^TRA^rCAl^ J9

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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COLEDALE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 March 1915

COLE DALE There yras a dispute at the North Bulli mine on Monday over drawing: the cavil on the previous Friday, the mine txftng idle lor the day. It appears that a couple of names were left out of the first drawing. A set tlement was arrived at and Work re sumed on Tuesday morning. 'A lady examiner from the Health Department inspected the local school children last week, and on Thursday she gave an ' interesting nd ?dress on the care of children to a -good attendance of the parents. The newly-formed Progress Associ ation held a- meeting on Friday ev ening last, when there was an at tendance of about forty members. Mr Miller, president, 'occupied the chair. It was decided to draw up a set of rules to govern the association* and ' a sub-comimittee was appointed to ?prepare same and report to next meeting. The secretary was instruct ed to ?write to Mr. .T. iB. Nichol son,.- M.L.A., and ascertain -what -steps had been taken In the matter of providing better railway goods shed accommoda...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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A Nurse's Letter [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 March 1915

A Nurse's Letter Nurse Wakeford, writing to * her pArents fr^m Egypt, says, 'I nm now* nursing In a tent, and it seem* so funny. There is a »? t ft! sickn^s.1* s*i the o verflb w is ' nursed in teh*-R Thero is any amount for us to d*- We are fairly comfortable amder tut circumstances. If the Red Cross pej pie only half realised the result ot their efforts*, they Wbu«d never Weary of the work, and this I haWe real ised even at this early Vtnee. before the actual work has Htar1-.'''!. So f:ir It is o»ly the . ordinary cases' that keeps us busy. One thing I w^u'.d like, and that i» a bundle of ordin ary face flannels or those knitted washers would be just the thing; 1 would like .a bundle 'made up tot myself, and I think I would get it safely if sent to naef We' work from s 7.30 a.m. until . 8.30 or 9 ]» ,m., without a break one day, -and the next to two p.m. I'm writing this in a tent with an ordinary hurri cane lantern, and you can guess tne light Is not too brilliant. 'We go to' Men...

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Ancient Egypt [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 March 1915

Ancient Egypt l-he following is irom a Cairo journal sent home, by Private Muir ; j In accordance 'with the request ot many members of the Imperial Aus- j tralasian lorces now in Cairo, a'se-.j vies of articles 'will appear in. the ; 'Egyptian Mail'1 on the. history of j:;Kypt. To-day we publffeh the first of these^ to.miorrow's article will ba en Arabic Architecture of which the finest exietinir monuments are in Cairo It requires some little imagination to realise the enduring nature of the civilisation of Ancient Egypt. W«\ talk to-day about England heins tho home 'of an old and stately civHi fiation.' WereYe asked how old *' should hardly go beyond the Nor man Conquest. That ©vent 'took place 848 years oro- This degree 'f Rntiquity would not ha^e much ?5'm- j-ressed the l?«ypttan'. say of the time of Cleopatra, who could lonk fmck to some 4000 years of the re corded history of his own country, during which tidie there had lv^n no important chancres either in th-? religion, the go...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT NOTES. SPRAYS AND SPRAYING. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 March 1915

AfiRI* FLTIIRAL DEPART ftfEwT JVOTES .. vSPIiAYS AND SPEAYING. ' It ,is not alone necessary 'that a man know how to spray, but he must also know what to spray with,' So Professor McCue, a well known American authority on the treat ment of fruit trees. The statement amounts to a com-, monplace, but . (Professor McCue re lates that he knew a man who had sprayed for San .Jose scale with. Bordeaux mixture, and then wonder ed why the scale was not killed. ' One suspects that that .man was not altogether alone; There 'have been others' who have done very siniilar things .with equally unsatisfactory1 results. By the same token it is as well to know how to spray.. We quote again —'I oncewltnessed an interesting ex periment in spraying for scale. A sixteen year-old apple was pprayed with lime-sulphur that contained a great excess of lime. The tree was literally plastered with the spray, especial pains being taken to cover the twigs on the ton of the tree. When the job was done, the tree look...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 March 1915

The Uses of Tonics Tonics are remedies which, gradual ly restore the ^ various bodily org ans, muscles and nerve cells from a lax and sluggish etate to one mak ing them capable of normal activity Tomes impart a sense of increas ed well being and strength. They are j not to be conf«sed|j^ith stimulants - I which may give an, immediate false strength. Thene are ionics for the J nerves, *tolodd and ^stomach, tout un doubtedly the most usejtyl is one having a combined ^effect and gener ally1 benefiting the 6ystejn. Tonics ore tb© andst 'widely ?- used of ^att medicines, In^ali forms of -weakness ?when energy and vitality are need ed; when the blood, Is thin aid v?eak ami 'when the aervfes iare run down and hav© lost their tojie, 91 ionic is prescribed. 'Amongst tonics, I the best'*iaown is the miich 'spoken of Dr. Williams' Tink Pills. ' These pjlls have established a high reputa tion as a^biobd builder anfi nerve tonic. -* *J&iey unafce 'tW^thin blood tich ana Pea; carry ' aour...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 March 1915

W.J.WnXIAMS I Builder and |l Undertaker, |i ^^ THIRROUL M Funerals I ' ? ' ? '' ' I Conducted in any part , m of the district, , 1 TEL. 78, BULLI . 'M ... . : .. ? ? ...... '?.?'?? ...... _ '??'& REDUCTION IN PRICES I Ford Cars. I Owing to the increased output of the Canadian Faptory (where all Ford Cars . -$I imported into Australia are manufactured) the following reduced prices 'will be -Si effective from the lab MARCH, 1915. ' *!§ ???'?..? -'y:::r.--:\)'-' ^H^cl ' ;-,? : .. ; ' sm Five Passenger Touring Car £195 (Sydney) |j Two Passenger Runabout £18O (Sydney) '|| These PriceB are subject to alteration if landed costs ate increased. ' * -';fl — m The Ford Oo. will manufacture 40,000 Ford Care in the Canadian Factory, the -'mi largest Motor Faotory in the British Empire. , ,-V-Jl 1000 Ford Oars were sold in New South Wales last year, and over 60 Ford Oars - Tj| have been sold each month this year. - ' r j|| HERE ARE THE REASONS. ^|| The Oar itself, the low purchase prioe, ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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CURRENT JOTTINGS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 March 1915

CURRENT JOTTINGS I repeat the opinion that before many weeks millions of starving1 (Ger mans will be thrown on the world's -charity. It Is coming to that, 'sure. Not altogether because there is no food, but because the starving milli ons haven't the money to buy food with. The Kaiser is reported to have set a noble example by knuckling -down to the rule of bread allow ance per certificate. I surmise, how ever, that there is a special batch baked for Potsdam, containing Con siderably under the average of po tatoes. Not wiiuch spud bread for Wil_ helm ! What he needs just now is ?nerve food which would build him up to meet the difficulties of a commer cially bankrupt and starving na tion when they begin to rage. Great exports of foods from Scan dinavia to Oermany are reported, the high prices being the attraction This, however, would speedily so de plete local supplies as to raise lo ?cal prices to a degree which would call forth angry protest from the Scandinavian house-provider. The...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 March 1915

If you want the Biggest* Value fotf your Money j Order Your NEXT SUIT from I L. BLACK, The Right Price Tailor and Outfitter ' (Registered) BlacK's Corner, Wollongong. III ^W^T l|| 00/ '^ TO1 ORDER .00/ 5 I J^vf ll No Fit, No Pay. I II ^jfi^W il My statements have always I 1 ftBlHflL ^1S been proved correct. I § jBHRBRflk ||| Ask your friends. I l^B^HB^ I 3 Comeand inspect my Mater iBB 1 1 Marrickville Tweeds ?HI 1 1 English Worsteds, , 1 IBBf j Scotch & Irish Tweeds j I ?BBf ^ are Guaranteed Unfadeable 1 III I ^Hflf iH ^^^s^ ^u^ — English or American. 1 ill I EfSE ill *^' T PER8OTALI'Y attend to 1 111 I PpP^h §11 every Customer. Give me a Trial — I W-L- ? a- linnlll * a*so ma^e UP 70ur own material. I No need to pay £5 5s for a Suit when I can dress you from head to foot for I £5. All articles guaranteed of stood quality. Listen what I offer yon ? 1 Strife flf to Order, 1 good Hat, 1 pair of Boots, 2 Shirts, 2 Ties, J doz. Collars, \ doz. 3f Sox, \ doz. Handkerchiefs, 1 pair...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 March 1915

GOMMENS&TUCKEY THE ILLAWARRA CARRIAGE FACTORY KEIRA STREET. Awarded let prize Royal Show, Sydney, 1913 New and Second-hand Vehicles in Stock Painting and Bepair* neatly and quickly wracnted. Tyres Tightened— onr system w perfect. W. G. OILMORE, Manager. Done So .Quietly It comes like a ray of sunshine. Makes the old folks happy. Mates the young folks joyful. : Takes the load off the bark. * It's all done so quietly. ' ' No fuss about it. What is it ? Why, Doan's Backache Kidney rills j The little kidney wonder-workers. What will they do ? I Head what this woman says:-r i Mrs. S. Gallaway, Main Kond, Corrimal, says: 'Up to the time of taking DoanTs Backache 'Kidney Pills about three years ago, I was troubl ed' a lot with my kidneys. My back used to ache fearfully, and I have often been in such pain that I could scarcely get about. To stoop, meant positive tofture, and it was as much as I could do to stand up straight again. There were dropsic al swellings on my legs and an**t...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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NORTH COAST NEWS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 March 1915

NORTH COAST NEWS The sale of /Mr. Fred. Reading's herd of dairy heifers took place at Oooran (Q), on Wednesday, says the Noosa 'Advocate.'' The animals — 123 in number — were from eighteen months to; two years old, 'and they realised £751 17s 6d, an average of £6 Is 8d per head. The Ayrshire bull brought £22 10s and an Illawarra sire £13 5/. Fifty pounds was , paid for 5 weeks grazing rights of 71 acres at Mr. Jt. Virtue's clearing sale, Coorabell, on Monday last. The purchaser was a Mr- Barton, of St. Helena. Mr. Bar ton refused ten pounds on his bar gain afterwards. Only one application for land was lodged at the Casino Land Office up to Saturday last Week. It was that of T. M. Ronan for u homestead farm of 280 acres, parish Hanging Rock, county Rous.. Mr. W. H. Sharp has been elected Chairman of Directors of the Coff's Harbor .Butter Factory for the ensu ing year. Bellinger tiotqlkeepers, in common' with the majority of others along tbe Coast, have raised the tariff for accommoda...

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COLLIERY SCREENINGS CARBON MONOXIDE, Effects on Different Men. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 March 1915

COLLIERY SCREENINGS CAiRBQN. MONOXIDE, Effects on Different Men. The dangerous nature of carbon monoxide -C0/), which is encounter ed' in mines from the use of explos-. 4ves, and in coalmines, following' ex plosions of gas and coal dust, is not fully realised by many anine wjprkers. As a consequence, much needless risk of life and health is H In a paper presented before the p; Coal Mining Institute of America, at Jj 4 Pittsburgh (Pa.), dealing With expe te'i; riuaents .with small animals and'Car p? t)On monoxide, -?eorge lAJ. Burreil and KJ^r Prank M. Siebert, of the IJnited Bjr States Bureau of Mines, call ' atten BpC tion to the effect of carbon nu-nox- Kiv' ide on men. They state that the fact R% is clearly brought out that the gas pK/^v may affect different persons in a P I different manner. Long standing af !*^ . ter-effects produced in people by se '$§?/?{ ? vere poisoning^ although apparently g .tji' rare, ^are by no: means unknown.' It jp& appears to be the evidence ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 March 1915

I Lance's S* UNNY UMMER i ALE- K ?he SALE which offers hundreds of UNEXAMPLED pi BARGAINS. Now in Full Swing. pp We are making a determined effort to clear out everything of I |f|| Passing Fashion, every thing in Personal and Household needs, I Ep every oddment, every Remnant, hundreds of Sample Underwear, 1 pfc Bample Gloves, Sample Hosiery, Sample Shirts and Singlets, I ijpadies' and Ghild^tfs MiUinery. 1 I; ji | Every departmeait is doing if s utmost to ensure a successful 1 Illp^ar^ce^^^b cdntributing a splendid lot of Real Bargains, and we 1 trp ig^ote below 1 I j Double Width Silk Stripe Voile, I Q-l Usually Is lid to 2s lid v p All one price, 8|d M - ? — ? ? B If ^ « LadieB' Floral Crepe one-piece Cos |;, ; tumee, low neck, sailor collar g§§ Oidinary price 8s lid - II Now 4s 'd i, * ? li| ' A few LadieB French MiHinery ( , Models. S2a 6d, 35b K Clearing out price 123 6d I . ? fa . A Nobby Soit for the Boy. Boys || ' Striped Bengaline Croydon Suit*. ?^; Latest Shape in Boys' W...

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