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Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. First Sunday alter Epiphany. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 8 January 1915

Chilreh Services. 1 CHiURCH OF ENGLAND. ;!l| First Sunday after Epiphany. fl St. Michael's, Wollongong, 8 a-m.. H.C-; 2.30 p.m. Children's Service, a Rev. C. A. Stubbin. 1.1 a.m. and, , .il T'.15 p.m., Special Breacher, C.M.A1. | Revf S. H. Denman, Fairy Mieadow, | 11, Port Kembla, 3, Mount Kembla, I 7.15, Rev. J. pooie. Balgownie, 7.15 | p.m., H.C., Rev. C. A. Stubbin. ? | Figtree, 7.15, Mr. C. W. Prott. Kei- | raville, 3 p.m., Mr. W. L- Scott. | Bulli, 8, H C., Rev. P. W. Dowe ' | 11, Rev. principal Davies, M. A.J;, J7'-1G | Rght. Rev' A. W. Pain, D.D., Bishop | of Gippsland. Thirroul, 11, Rev. J . J H. Wiidoxson; 7.15, Jtev. jprirjcipal - ;| Davies, M.A.; Woonoija, %1,. Rev. P. f-l W. Dowe;. 7,15, Mi*. 'Hiackway. 'J METHODIST CHUROH. ; | Wollongong, 11, Rev. J. E. Met- | calfe; lTi.15, Rev. F. W- Brown. DaP- . 1 to, 2.301, Marshall Mount, 11, Rev. | F. W. Brown. Mount Keira, 2.45, | Mr. J- W. 'Onions; 7, Mr. D. ;Miit- | chell. Mount Kembla, 3, Supply | #?30, Mr. W. Winley Balgown...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COLEDALE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 8 January 1915

CO LED ALE ! The North Bulli mine has : started' J off well for the new year, there be- ' ing very few absentees when work ; _ 1 | was resumed on Monday last. At the E cokeworks, trade is fairly brisk and the employees are looking, forward - ,t to working full time lor, some tdontha .. :-\- 'to dome. - ' The Austinmer jetty, an-.old coas- V tal landmark, situated mid-way b®' 11 tween Coledale ,and Austinmer, has been totally wrecked as a s result of - \ a' fire. The structure has not' been used; for' many, years, ^but ^y ang lers it was tmuch appreciated to do their fishing from— many -a: schnapp- - er having been, iaude^; on1 the deck. i,]l ing. How. the 'fire originated is not 1 ' exactly known, ?but it is thought that soooie careless fisherman has . \ boiled his billy on the woodwiork, ;? s-| ?sjequra &x& usinSut^xa o^ ^oSjoj puu $ Flying foxes are very numerous hereabouts, and have -destroyed 'largte 'f quantities of fruit m the orchard of ' J Mr. Jas. Carrick, C...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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COALGLIFF WHEELERS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 8 January 1915

, ? ' ' . ' ? ? V ' . T' COALCLIFF WHEELERS The hearing ? of the charge against twenty-eight w heeler b at Coalcliff Colliery for absenting tbam selves from, work without r -asoj nblc cause on 30th September ./it, whg further proceeded with at Scarbor ough Court yesterday. ' Mr. Beeby for prosecution ; Mr. Lysaght for defendants. Mr. Gates, the presiding Magis trate, again suggested that the whole twenty-e ght cases be heard as one. Mr. Lysaght preferred to take the cases singly. Gilbert Pinch was' charged with a breach of special colliery rule 19 o, to' wit,^ absenting himself from work at the Coalcliff Colliery on the 30th September last, without reasonable excuse. Jacob Carlos Jones, manager of Coalcliff Colliery, deposed to the special rules of the colliery being in force on 30th September last. Mr. Lysaght objected to the rules being put in; also the award. Objections overruled. Witness, continuing, stated that he knew the defendant Gilbert Pinch, who was employed at Coalcliff ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 8 January 1915

Festivity & Dyspepsia Quite unconsciously most people eat: too much during the festive sea_. son. ,'rjhe ruitja of hospitality maKe refusals difficulty and like the straw £M;' ..is' -the-' causes the trouble. $JS' a result of the holiday- . time you realisethat your digestion is |iot quite as good as. you thought -^Al^octor r would eixplaih that defici-^ ent gastric secretion, meaning a lack of ^e^fluidavnec^ssary for digestion. is-~a prevalent condition. You are - a kind M' way' ' ; ^ .when you ov er eat' then you are in trouble. You 'bitve * indigestion because you have given 'your weakened .stomach too much to -do. The^dpficient gastric se cretion w^s1 what doptors Call the Mtedlspo&fbtg',, Wias^the exciting ' :'*ca;yse. It is easy not to xepegt . the j predisposing icl^g reeved 'Si yow '? ^ The secretions ..that digest, the food come from glands' that a!re nourished directly ,bjr the orations A -are' way to restore tion ris by bundmg^up , tihe ? blood. THjis can ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
England's Message to America [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 8 January 1915

England's Message to America ji These verses by Martin Tupper, a. K poet of the earlier part of the last ? century, who achieved some popula- S rity in Eingland have been shown us ? as being appropriate for publication B at this time:—- B Ho ! brother, Im a Britisher, a chip of heart of oak, That wouldn't warp, or, swerve, or stir, from what I thought ' or spoke; And you— a blunt and honest man, straightforward, kind and true— f I tell you, brother Jonathan, that you're a Briton too. ? I know y.our heart — an open heart — ? I read your mind and will — ' 'A greyhound ever on the start, to run for honot* still; And shrewd to scheme a likely plan, and stout to see it done — I tell you, Brother Jonathan; that you and I are one ! There may be jealousies .and strife — for men havfe selfish ends — But petty quarrels ginger life, and help to season friends; 'And pundits who, with solemn scan, judge humans most aright, Decide it, testy Jonathan, that bro thers always fight. Two fledgling spa...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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CURRENT JOTTINGS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 8 January 1915

CURRENT J0TTJN6S lleichstagmen, writes one of 'tlieni in a Berlin newsprint, are now see ing that there has been military failures, and are making ,a scape- : goat of the Chancjdllor, Hollweg. Certainly, you couldn't imagine any great achievement associated with such a name as Hollweg. He it was who enunciated the German principle that treaties are only scraps ot paper. Hoch, Hollweg ! In a similar 'strain is a letter by a professor, published in the 'Col- ogne Gazette.' He states that the / people are becoming downhearted at the lack o- news from the 'Western front. Surely the Kaiser can come, 1,0 the relief there with' one of his graphic, victory bulletins ! That Vis Majesty has been too unwell lately to attend to such matters is prob ably the reason why there has been so- little news from the Western front. It is a common German supposi tion that there 'is evidence showing that the English jhad given them selves up body and soul to the 'game ?of football, and this made an oppor t...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Drowned at Scarborough [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 8 January 1915

Drowned at Scarbojroagh j On Tuesday night a drowning fat^ ality occurred on the Scarborough Beach, which caused much distress of mind in the community. A young man, aged nineteen, employed at the deviation at Scarborough, named Alfred Baldry, had gone surfing and got into difficulties. Two other men j went to the rescue and had brought lum almost out when his struggles overcame the strength of his rescu ers, who were only lads. The drown ing man was taken out again by the breakers and disappeared. A thor ough search was made of the beach ^ by police and residents up till a late hour in hopes of the body being | washed ashore, but, up to the pre- \ sent, no trace of the unfortunalte | lad has been found. ' I Those who assisted to bring the | lad in to the shore were Clarence ? j Tapken, Thos. Monks, Richard Stud- J dent, and M.. Williams. They ' were ? j | exhausted when they' got BaMrey to B the sandbank. He told them' he was K alright, but , immediately after the || current took h...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 8 January 1915

[?] . .. 1 . f . ' . 1 ' ' . ??'??? f-. f ' *? SPECIAL Nemr Year Sale in I i. ' ? ' ' ? ?*. r' i in OF LADIES' ROBES ~»f AND COSTUMES AT Marcus Clark's CROWN STREET. ?STARTS SATURDAY, JAN. 2nd, ? ? ? We have just landed a Parcel containing 100 Ladies' Rotas and Costumes ? Bought at a Ridiculously Low Figure, and we are passing the Wonderful Savings on i to the Public -W6* 25/- 30/-, will be offered at our SPECIAL NEW YEAR SALE ? * ? ' ? ^ at the Following Startling Prices — ; 5s lid 6s lid 7s lid 10s 61 12s lid ! ? 1 ??! I u''\. _ A Special Display, in our NEW YEAR SALE WINDOW MARCUS CLARK 'Phis»e'7o^ ' St., W0L^0N90WQ. I Bad Attack of, 1 Pneumonia 1 quickly* cured by dr. sheil- b DON'S NEW DISCOVERY. K 'I had a very bad attack of Pneu- fl mionia,' writes Mrs. Bessie Vincent, fl 44- Egan Street, Newtown, Jf-S.W. fl 'I was so bad I had to -have « fl doctor. My chest and throat -wer« B nnost terribly painful. I don't think fl I would have been here to-day if it fl had not been for Dr....

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Quest for Coal for the State [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 8 January 1915

-Juest for Coal for the State ^if^/,|®^d^p^fcin|nt . -is ; : purs^r^it^ eeainbh^ jfor : . coal in; different ' i--caii- j afcle?i , tb^m jJce ihe Statp independent private jccjllieries. 1 - i &o|es ^re^m ^Na^onal^ar^ issued to pit t}^^ bo?*e

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BALGOWNIE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 8 January 1915

BALG0WNIE - . - r ? ... ? - ?'. , A boy, the eon .of Mr. J. Worth' ington, 'about pix years of age, had ; a mtorvellous escape from death at Mt. Pleasant mine on Tuesday ev ening last weels; he was caught in front of a skip going down 'a very steep incline from jthe mine, at a creat speed, the hoy being actually - , bowled along for thirty or forty yards in front of the skip. Though badly hurt ' arid bruised, there is ev ery hope of no permanent injury. The gathering of the Parents anri Citizens Association at the annual meeting for the distribution ot prizes in connection with the public school on Wed., 23rd ult., was one of the 'largest and most appreciative ®Yer held in the School of Arts. Hw President, Mr. S- Bird, presided and . { presented th« prizes to the children, and .thejr were most numerous and good; he also in a few appropriate worfs, recounted the good works of the Association. Mr. Sproule urged the parents to send their children to school regularly. Several nWJical it...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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News of the Cadets SHIRKERS TO BE PROSECUTED [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 8 January 1915

News of the Cadets I SHIRKERS TO BE PROSECUTED , . The military headquarters have given, the area officers decisive in structions to prosecute all default ing cadets. At the commencement' of the war it was thought that the pa triotic feeling of the waverers would be sufficient to keep up the average attendance. Practically eighty per cent, of those liable for training are doing their bit well, and the other twenty per cent, forms the quota of shirkers and drill ' dodgers . These latter are now to be severely deilt with, and a detention camp is in ope'r§,tion at Middle Head. Cadets -missing ^»-ily one compulsory parade prosecution if thry 'do so without leave. T^iere seems to rough time ahead for those who will not do their duty to their country. A team from C.; Company, Woono 'tSfc;;- ??'J'.'/'S:'-. ?&. , Marsh, is entered to compete for the Druids' Shield in Sydney, on 2 _th inst; If the team makes : as . good a shOwizig as \ they did in the District Competitions, they ough...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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NORTH COAST NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 8 January 1915

NORTH COAST HEWS. ? - ? ' ? ' The Pier Ho-tel, Coff's Harbor, is. to be rebuilt in brick at once, and will contain over forty rooms The No. 2 mill of the Cofls Har bor Timber Co. will be re-opened in . the New Year. Mrs. Sawyer, of Bonville (Belling «r) , met with a serious accident tne oth«* day on the Bonville (Road; she was driving in a sulky when the horse took fright at some 'bacrs o chaff by the wayside and upturnea the sulky, throwing Mrs. Sawyer out She was rendered unconscious, an«l was badly bruised about the body. ' * The Ratepayers Association at Jfte gan, near Dorrigo, has urged the Minister tor LaMs (through the member for RaleighJ to ha^e all tbe blocks ! in that . district, which were surveyed eighteen months aeo, maae aVailfihle for settlement. the blocks are in the Parish of Alia (co. Fitzroy). The Crooklana JPro^ ress Association (Mr» H. F, back, hon. sec.) has also urg^ that twenty-six blocks designed and siur veyed two or three years ago on ttte lower Bo Bo Cree...

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COLLIERY SCREENIGS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 8 January 1915

8 OlitERY SGREENIGS A'n area of lO'S acres bet-wwn Wollombi and Muswellbrook has bc^ri i set apart, as provided for in tbc State ;Coal Mines Act. About lf500 acres of private lands in same dis tiiOt have been secured for the same purpose. AN OIL BURNING STEAMER. The Danish steamer Annam, which recently arrived in Hobson's Bay is something entirely in ships afe far as Australian waters are concerned; she is particularly interesting as the pi oneer of the Diesel' internal combus tion engine system, though of coursa a good imiany vessels have, hem work ing in old world seas, especially be tween Scandinavian and the British J ports, under this- firm of motive po- j wer, for some considerable time. The j Annam has attracted a jrood deal of , attention here, and she deserves it., i She is a fine vessel aoart from her power system, and though only a cargo carrier, is distinctlv i-1' class. To those folk accustomed to [ work in stokeholds she' should prove j a revelation, as her engine-room...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 8 January 1915

Groceries 1 Groceries are a necessity, therefore QUALITY SOOpS^tia BEmWE, PRICES should be' 'your aim when purchasing. s - * JO® wah'oow and QQ. with thier carefully aelecleS 8ti-clc of a^ wie Leading. Brnnds gives you Quality Goods at Bedrock Prices. _ them a trial nextcrder. Once a casfcomer always ja customer. ' fl j Drapery BBK3T HOUSE-tffi SILKS Bargain PHee ie our Usual ? Price, Call or ring jap s JOE WAH GOW, and CO, - , UPPER CROWN ST., Phone 156 WOLLONGONG P-Diabolo Separators— | 1 fijfair ' l^|| Value i T ^ ? -Price g: JCjP DIABOLO I ^rK'' MONTH'S FREE TRIAL I and prove it for yourself. ? n°* r ^|is* 10 ° c*^ t I .. , , Stands— £1 10 0 ' . I I Try the DIABOLO first. MSIEST TFBMS fflimi I Every Machine Guaranteed. I O'DONKtfLL & STUMBLES, Wollongong, I SOLE AGENTS FOR I DIABOLO SEPARATOR CO., I Just what you Want I And always Something New.''. I There's an important point to remember— After the Consultation— 1 The Pretcription— Then theCHexnist I Something -more tha...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 8 January 1915

PRODUCE MEECHANT ; ' AND Commission Agent Successor, to The Farmers'andSettlerstCo-op Society, Ltd.. Wollongong. District Agent for McLean's- Mild Cured Bacon ; Barnes' ftfiid Cored Bacon : Crago's Diamond Floor ;? Baltic Separator ; Campion's Carbolic Sand Soap. Agricultural Seed and all Farm ! a tid Dairy Produce always on hand. | Wholesale Bayers Supplied at Sydney Prices | Trial Consignments of Maize, Eggs, Chaff, etc., solicited, j Immediate Returns Given. Telephone No; 29. ... CROWN STREET, WOLLONGONG Crystal Fountain. | J- RAimsoft Cordial Factory, UPPER CBOWN STREET Wollongong. Telephone No. 64. . All gooda:manaf»etured by, the firm are Guaranteed ander the Pore Foods Act. ? ? ? ? — ? ? ? ... , . Confectionery ! 1 Refreshments | & Cook & Cors&rth'i UP-TO-DAiE I Refreshment !R66ms; Tea and ColFec. fIotPies. Sonp &c Aftcrnoou Teas English, American & Australian Confectionery. Cadbury's Chocolates Specially Imported Ices & Iced Dr...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT NOTES. MANAGING THE SOW. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 8 January 1915

ACKIVJOLTITRAL DEPART MENT NOTES MANAGING the SOW'. - To Prevent Obesity and Nervousness It is a vexatious business when a farmer loses Almost his -entire crop of pigs at farrowing time. Often he calls it 'bad luck,' but an many in stances, says Dr. A. S. Alexander, a well-known authority of Wisconsin, u.fe.A., it is the farmer's own fault. ! Eirrors in management tend to in- j tiuee certain conditions tha!t mili- J tate against the sow at the ture \ | her pigs are born ' 'We have no hesitation -in stating that prolonged excessive use of cor i (maize) sis a feed for pregnant sows -S a fertile cause of the trouble men tioned. Not only so, but the like abuse of corn (maize) through '\gen- eration of breeding has, in many I herds of swine, reduced vitality, in- I duced fat and flabbines®, inade for I early maturity but reduced prolifica- i Oy.' ' i Proceeding, he says that in respect of .-? pigs- xnaize is rich in fat and jheatmaking material, but it is a poor bone and muscle buiider, ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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RURAL TOPICS GROWING CHICKS BY ELECTRICITY. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 8 January 1915

RURAL TOPICS «®owiNa chicks; m. : HLKCmiClTY. ^ The application. ot electricity In chickens is thus described : — 'The apparatus employed consist* of an induction coil, which j- sup plied either from the regular electric .mains or from a four or six volt accumulator. In the latter case, the accumulator would have to be 're charged .once a . week, which would cost about ninepence for an apparat us serving five hundred chickens. The cost of this coil and fittings s is a bout ten pounds. ' - j'-;o The induction coil transforms the Iurrent to one of ^ery^high voltage. One of the secondary terminals of ' the coil -is .ftopnected -by a -wire to , a plate or even a piece dt wire1; , noting, which must be buried a few ? inches in the earth- The other ter miiaal is connected with a spark gap, which in turn is connected witlu t,wo condensers, and the latter are joined to one, turning of a high frequency helix. The upper end of this is at tached by overhead wires to three ir. sulated wires, iw...

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Dapto Regatta A SUCCESSFUL RE-UNION. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 8 January 1915

Dapto Regatta A S;WCESSFt)L JElE-UNiaN.. , On New Year's Day the Dapto ^ ?g-atta Club carried out its seoond an- ? nual re-unlon at KanahoO'ka . (Point,' T-jake Illawarra. In the early rnorn fjr»fr the weather was tJireatening with a strong southerly wind blowing, 'but as the day wore 011 the conditions improved and beyond a light shower or two, which Ml at, intervals, the programme was pot * -through without serious, interrup tion. The attendance showed a slight Improvement on the previous ' year. t and was sufficient, under all the cir cumstances, to satisfy the miost san jruine anticipations of the promoters. Vehicles of all descriptions were req uisitioned to convey visitors to -he . trysting place, and at mid-day there . was a formidable array ' of ^hesp, which reminded one of a huge coun try fair. - Many people also walked across the paddocks, and it might 'be mentioned that ha)d an enterpris ing coach proprietor been on the spot when a couple of the morninr trains arrived at ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 8 January 1915

? ; ? ? Mr. James Lindsay, i , DENTIST, if Opposite Monument, over Woods* . # Music Store CEO WS ST. WOLLONGONG. 4 Telephone 44 -*4 When you come to Sydney ? : . ?- - Or when I go to Woonona I Visits Woonona every Pay Saturday only at the Princess THeatre. 1 : You then have the opportunity oY securing the most skilled Dental Service. Spencer Nolan's skill as an expert Dentist is the outcome of many years of successful practice, and is known from one end of Australia to the other -: , There isn't a more modern painless method than that which pertains at Spencer Nolan's ' , ' ^ There isn?t a more satisfactory Set of Teeth than Spencer Nolan's Patent Suction Set. There isn't a Lower Scale of Fees in Sydney thanv Spencer Nolan's. Have the best — they will cost you least , , A Grand Set of Teeth for One Guinea. These look well, fit well, and last ? ?' ?- . well . / ' Thousands get the greatest satisfaction outof them, ? 4 ? Guaranteed Painless Extractions, 2s 6d Painless Amalgam Stopping...

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