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

' The Oar with a Conscience,' the 2O h.p. ' QAKLANDS' are proven, well-tzHied Motor Cars that are performing their work thoroughly, satisfactorily and economically. The latest iinprovemements include the well-known '* Deleo ' Electric Self-starting and Lighting System (the simplest and most reliable oi; all electric starters). The placing of the Fuel . Tank oil 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. V ; 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— j W. DWYER, Wellongong. | Also Agent foi ' Chalmers,' 'DarVacq,' ' Arral-Johnston,' ] and ' Singer ' Cars. ,/? . Write for Catalogues. 1 % 'Dr. , Waugh V Use it, and ypjir \ . fSpii 3 1 ' cooking will always be A. 1 -, and Cakes Wv}- % ] ] ' a ?nd puddings lovely cv...

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

Anthony Horderns' for the Universal Bicycle. FRANCIS BIRTLES, the intrepid long-distance Cyclist, selected the UNIVERSAL BICYCLE for Ills great ride all round Australia, and completed nearly 17,000 miles on the one machine over bush tracks and desert country. The UNIVERSAL carried a total weight of 2J cwt., giv ing perfect satisfaction to the record-breaker, and adding to the renown of ANTHONY HOB IJKRNS' as Bicycle-builders. Cyclists all over. Australia ride the UNIVERSAL BICYCLE becau»e it if a roadster that may be relied upon to give perfect satisfaction. Built of B.S.A. Parts. .Stock Models, or to [ Order. THE UNI I VKHSAL BI CYCLE, as rid t den by Birtles, ? fjjl with Eadie two ' --mfe speed Coaster J*JL Hub, free wheel yWTp on both gears, /f\\ U back pedalling /£SS\ Ji i ^d front rim Ifj^sSgl ! ^akes, fltted ifcS^SS with Dunlop ivr^nSS ! Price, *^y £12 10/ ^Si Fitted with j(r5^T S-«nlop Tyres. jffwV*- ^flft UNIVERSAL BICYCLE built ji^W'J^ of genuine' B.S.A. part? /^|i|PHB?U''\...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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THE EFFECT OF LIME. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 March 1915

Ste:-'^.- THE 'EiFFJSCm OOP U3TE. SP^--?Vr-r..^uiokluAe. gaslime or freshly slat ftll'C *d lune must not be used an plani |jp^;;potting. The best forms to use fv-r ^p¥* ^ sthis purpose are lime ujweh has been ^pfe^xposed to the air for a longtime, ^ '-%!d mortar or plaster, and even old iifP^ ground sea shells in cases where feJi^Sa-nts will be ift the pots fa.- a m^ 'M&*-JUimo uJoftf niants have the nou,c«*of g^^Sfi; fading sufficient jacid from their .^^BI?? roots to dissolve ^.atever lirrwi is f* H^ necessary for their heal^i ntd . ^''i£l?v- growth. Care must be taken lo Pre fe 1 ilS rvent actual contact o; roots or stems SiifWy- :' w^th any iresh roanuHal fiub^tat o». If' fef -? ' ?'???UMe, or fermenling material. $£* BIS^ THE STRAWBBRRY PATCH. ftj&i^-mrfvwbevries are prolific beaver^ g?tv%^: ^ hen grown in. gooa land and well H^lSi-: managed, but a* frown ia PrivaJf l^feSs gardens they often seem not worth EP* p;*; the' spa** they occupy. iA. deep, ncn W- '^S: l...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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RURAL TOPICS Mr. MEARES ON THE DAIRY PRODUCE BILL. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 March 1915

II RURAL TOPICS |l§;'?^ ^Mr. ME ARKS QMTHK DAIRY ' . iSpS^ *.-':.' ? PRODUCE, BIDL. ?♦? _ '?? ^pr- ; Mr C. E. 0. : Meares issues a painph I^M r* 'Jet '..,?; of criticism ot this Bill, the P%-? ?'.;$ -worst aspects, of which, he says. ^1' will not be knoW till the official' t|£;|. 4— regulations come out; 'then it will tfis::''?- -:?: ??' be too late..- - ? H: ^i Commenting on the grading prov - l^i ision, Mr. Meares says— It therefore 5™:;?; . -follows that classification of cream Hr*; and butter into three grades is to *i£'i '?'?? be enforced, and to be effective l^r' there must be a wide price margin t**ft paid suppliers between the two; % W' : higher grades of cream. The third or !!£: inferior exclJdes itself.) Under this K:- arrangement it is questionable whe & -*.V, - ther for several months in the year ^3 . sufficient superfine butter will be S-^ made ^for grocers' requirements, and I* ^ if next toest is. Isought to fill the gap. f£*v;-:':- wfiil /not the householder b...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Welcoming Returned Soldiers [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 March 1915

Welcoming Returned Soldiers On Tuesday evening the N.W. L.S. and S. Club entertained their club members of the !New Guinea expedi tion who have returned to Wollorig ong at a welcome social. Alderman Lance, President of the Club, presid ed. The guests of the evening were ,1. Young, .1. Mitchell, N.. WhitfieW., G. Walklate, A. Hosking, A. K. Trc gear. (There was a good company, and the proceedings were spirited and enthusiastic. * .line toast of the King having been honored, Mr. Frank Young, Presid ent of the Citizens' Association, pro posed the toast of 'The Returned Members ' We felt when war was declared that the men who were pre pared to volunteer tor active service were they we had to honor, 'and had to do all we could to assist ; we recognised that something should he done of a substantial nature to show we honored them. We recognis ed that those who had returned from New Guinea were quite as noble as those who were at the pre sent, time in Egypt- (Applause.) He understood that ...

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

MONEY-SAVING COUGH MIXTURE. Splendid Home-Made Remedy. 1O/- Saved on every pint. The cheapest and most effective remedy for coughs, colds, throat and chest complaints is made in your own home. It is no trouble to make, and every pint means an actual saving of 10/- for yourself. Buy a bottle of Hean's Essence from your chemist or store, take home and dilute as directed on label. Pour into a large bottle, on which paste the label you will find in Hean's Essence packet The first sip of this mixture gives immediate relief. It clears the nasal ' passages, loosens phlegm, eases, throat and bronchial tubes in a way that will surprise you. Sip each -dose slowly, so as to lubricate the throat thoroughly. If your cold is very bad., take a. few' . doses at intervals of half an hour and gargle throat freely. Prompt relief is certain. ?; 'The, mixture made from HeanV Essence cough remedy is the best I foiveever used; It is cheap, v too.'— A. Chant, eondoboltn, &S.W. 'I find Hean's /Essen...

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

METHODIST CHURCH. Wollongong, 3.1, Rev. J. B. Met. calfe; 7:15, Rev. F. W. Brown. Dap- ' „, ? ' to, 2.30, Mr. J. W. Onions. Mar-' shall Mount, 11, Mr. J. W. Onions. Mount Keira, 2.45, Rev. J. -Ei.«Me+- calfe; 7, Mr. Jt,. -C. Clark. Mount Kembla, 3 and 6.30, Mr. K. W. Lu-1 kins. Balgownie, 3, R-sv. F. W. Brown; 7, Mr. J. Hughes, fldlaxnbi, 3. Mr. J. Hughes. Corrlmal, 31, Hev. F. W. Brown; 7, HSr. T, Cvcrnt Port Kembla, 7, Rfev. J. K. Metcalfe Keiraville, 11, Mr. E. Eastaway; 7, Mr. W. Lance. Bulli Circuit. Bulli, 11, Rev., W. 3ST- Uock; 7.15, Student. Woonona, 11, Student; 7, Mr. J. E, Charlton. ColedaJe, 3.35, Mr. J. B. Charlton. Thirroul, 21, Mr. T. Bissell; 7.15, Rev. W. N. Lock I

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Sports at Port Kembla [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 March 1915

Sports at Port Kerabla The members of the Electrolytic Employees Union held their fourth annual picnic and sports on Port Kembla Cricket Ground on Saturday lost when the attendance was sat isfactory 'and ^everything passed ofl ?or.nBii.Tii-.lv. Despite the fact that the programme was a lengthy one, ev ery item was got through with cre ditable precision, and the union s to be commended upon Possessing a'set I 01 officials who enter enthusiastical ly into their work. Mr. I\ Ffrencb, as secretary, carried out the J«on:s ., share of the duties in a bighly sat isfactory manner, and he had? tbe hearty co-operation of the following gentlemen: Judges, Messrs. A. K. White (superintendent 'E.R. and S. Co ) H. U. Uee and Merryfield; star ter Mr. -T. Ahem; JT. Perry (I^reai den't of the Employees' Association), K Beck (vice-president). «T- .Torrett, -\] Owen, N T^ee, .T. Lucas, T. Naccs J. Morris, D. Cameron, W. Grierson, TJ. Mason, :A. Horshaw and It. 'Allen. The official luncheon was PartaKen...

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

PRESBYT3i3RIAN CHURCH. I Wollongong, Fellowship Associo ? tion, 10; Services, 11 and 7.i5, Mr. 1 R. L«wis. Balgownie, 3, SLr. I «wj». I Scafbbrough, 11 and 7.3 \ W-. .?'. m Vi' Brown. Thirroul, 15 nnd 7,30, | Rev. R. Jackson. I Next Sunday week there is to be ? an Orange Service in the Pr«-sbyti«nj I an Church, conducted by TSev. H.- m Jackson' . ? Woonona, ITellowship, 10.15; leer- B vice 11 and . 7.15; evening subfrct, M 'The Powers, of the Age to Come,' M Rev. A. Gk Palmer. ? Kembla Charge. v 9 fUnanderra, 3, p.m., Mount Kem- M bla, 7.15. Speaker, Pastor D. Gem' ? mell. M

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

Ladies ! , Your health should be your first consideration. It is' truly Said jffany women, and girls suffer unnecessari ly -when a little knowledge' anay save them years of pain and misery Every woman and girl, whether «. sufferer or not, should possess this knowledge, -which will be iound in the -'tatur^^Healt1i^u?.de; This valuable medical guide should .be in eWy-oniB ^dhii ^tU^e^tet ir«ej©n receipt q£ '2&to coVer pbityge.~ Atf aresa , Apartment - - $SD V ^iN.aiur*i Health Co. (Mrs. H. Clayton, man* agercss), Canberra House, 297 Eliza beth Strfet, Sydney *? f 7 MARCUS CLARK & CO., ? Crown Street, : - ::M WOLLONGONG ' K« : ? ' ? ; :W Special Display if .OP ? ' ?y^:Vm% New AUTUMN & WINTER ? novelties ; /|§ NOW BEING MADE . . //fj I LADIES! YOUE INSPECTION ? -.Mj IS CORDIALLY INVITED ? ; yf jj| New MILLHTEHY & FLOWERS |^| ? VELVET. HATS ' ' ' ; -!? in Military Shapes v4Sh| FEATHER BAITDEAUX !? .-.'.. ?-.' LAITCER PLUMES ''Wt TEIMMI1TGS and ITOVELTY !? ...

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 March 1915

CONGRB&AT1ONAL CHURCH. M Wollongong, Thanksgiving Service, ? U, 'Thanksgiving;' 7.15, ''Sowing ? and Reaping.' Keiraville, 3.30, Re*', S C. S. Olver. S

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

BAPTIST CHURCH. flf .Woonona-, Sunday School Anniver- ? sary, 11, 3, 7-15. Special Singing. ' S Rev. B. J. Rogers. 9

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

. i ' . I .'??''? ? . - .???'?? B(WtS. Wdllongong and Cprrimal ClublB met on Wbonbna 'Green on Sa,turdfty Must, Wollongong winning by 17 pts.. the scores being: — W. Cfl F. Allsep, N. Smith, Kier nati, Bees ? 35 t— J. Henry, .1 . Newton. B. Da vies, S. Biackney ? — 3.« J. Byron, J. H. Parsons, *P,. Figtree, T.. Byron .... 26 — J. Hewitt, J. Drain, And. Archibald, W. StewjaXt — 24 A. Settree, C. M. Reeves, Wiseman, Townsend ... 21 — Brokson, G. Woods, J. Rob son, A. Archibald ? — 26 85 08 This places Wollongong Club as the winners of the South Coast din trict in the B Competition, and en titles them to play in the, semi, finals in Sydney against the winoers of other districts.

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

Woonona fcarrikios I (To the Editor.), * ' ?? , j i ? — . Sir,— I am loathe to complain Of I any person's conduct and behaviour, but -it is high time some one took action to stop the night disturban ces that are becoming common and offensive to quiet people in this i neighborhood, , On Sunday morning last, about 20 i minutes past 1, I was woke by I street brawlers. They gave imitation cat calls, cock crowing, dogs bjark ing, whistling -and other uncanny noises.-' I lay awiake a few minutes, then went on to the front verandah. It was moonlight, and I saw some 1 . persons under Mr. Champion's shop ?verandah who were making the nois es referred to. I am not sure they saw me, but three youths walk/ed (a- ' way in the direction of the post office. Where are the police ? Perhaps they can hblp in suppressing ' this nuisance. The result . to me was that I got very little sleep after, and my state of health just now needs all ! the rest and sleep I can get. Hop ing this absurdly senseless pr...

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

mm park The pastures and crops here are parched for the want of a good downpour of rain. Farmers are a* frnid of the ravages of bush fires, as the dry grass is long and it only ?needs a start to carry the flames for miles at a stretch. Early this week, Mr. t. Musgrave, of Yallab. lost a fifty acre paddock of grass and a considerable quantity of fenc ing as a result of a bush fire, and had it not been for the valuable as sistance lent by neighbors the flames Would certainly have done more da mage. As it was, Mr. J. Brown's property had a narrow escape. . There is a great falling off in the milk supply here, only a little more than half the amount procurable a few weeks ago being now available. In the Jamberoo district the supply has decreased to such an extent that it only now takes four wag gons to bring the whole of the out put to the factory, 'whereas previ ously it required six four-horse wag gons to cope with it. There are complaints amongst a number of the, dairymen that at lea...

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

m ? ? || The Ladies College H; of Hepltfc jlJ-4 oxfqih^ sisrsiegp, sytwsjy, ||i\';*' Medical Superintendent end L«ady W» CoBSultanla in'1 attendance daily H -4 Hpurs : 9 *,m. tp 0-80 jwn, Friday* |pp additional from 6 pm. till S p,ta. *^S Saturdays, 9p.m. till 12-30 p.m. Up, Consultation forma forwarded to oas |f vj; address upon application. |§|f AU correspondence to be addressed & 5 to p&k Medtca! Superintendent, Dept |S 7K ^*d&s* Cortege o* Health. 54 Ox iS ? ,'*£?£ ;i;- ? ^ p ? ? : f r-J . ' * Ip MISS JVllLtfE: HARDY, fell A.V.C.HU AX.OJI- L.V«M., LX.0.M. ffe fpEACHER of PIANOFORTE, ©B9&N, $?-£ J sod THFOBY, *jill yeoeive or viwt ff^'l Pupils. ' AddreBS |E , *'F«ra Villa,' fiteay Street, Woonona. £^ M The Vacuum Oil Cbmpany's ^k I New Brand 1 I American Kerosene I m 'milk. Highest Quality of ^icaeapati.JF^ ?~™3^' Waterwhite Oil .^^??i lii S p it e o f the Germans business here still continues as usual. All that is tatesfc and best is here in Seaso...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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St. Francis Xavier's [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 March 1915

StJnmds Javier's Ttoe mission coninienced ; in ' ? St.' i ITranciB glavter's oil Sunday morning '\ iast has been largely attended. This ! week the mission is for iwonuen on/. lyj next1 iweek cosneS the men's time Jtor amendment and teperitj&nce, ; Tfen 'missionaries - are. .Failier .Croodmkn^ *0n& Father r:Sm^tfe':-^r.'^*ihe'.-...S''aiciie'-i^ E^art;-)ftder, iSicl Itb^'sermpi^ Ijini.y6 ;^|ia^.^aJr^t:Vi^;flifei*ugpv^;' : Y\Vhex, jHaMsWih, Aapart :'pforii ''Ite'^spiitityal'^'-fef'-1 f^l/;;;;i^:^p^pyi^:^tIult 1^ -present ^fchiiiifch;- 4is;-::3^(t.iJb^^-ip^'::.ieuoui^; Itps ft^ommbdate ^eXjda^fioUcsi , of Shje.*| !^^i^d;:-4i^^p4^^;^he^^d'ing^ |ij»i)^a'i^few' ;; :prie^yibe^fta^a^r%ea^:i ^es^iljr* for ''''ti^^^^-a'''^^*?!^-'*^?-; 'f^f^^^^^^^Pv'^-^-^^-Cf^i'i' '??: ] ia^i^iii^!«hii^^iis^|i

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Canada and the War AMERICAN LADY'S IMPRESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 March 1915

^SSlUl^i ^ W-? :W*£^, [?] b^ ' The following extract from a let Si ;ter writen by a Nebraska lady to an .' '''American lady resident in this coun fe try wall be read at the present June ?-; ture with a good deal of interest. ^S Describing a trip from the United I r States to Canada, she says—' The ''}-. Welland Canal was guarded, and at e|JS Niagara' Falls all the power houses VI0$:'i'-::; were closed a»d under heavy guard W&:'-:'-- Every bridge that I went on had jp§£'-|1':v guards at either end. It .was all $4ip---'-' 'Significant and surprising to me. I I|ffj had not realised that Canada would |?|!S;.O- be involved, until there arose some |#^; * emergency or crisis. I went on my psfW boat .all, the way to Quebec, through fpt: ?;.'????? the beautiful Thousand Isles, and |f# down the magnificent St. Ljaiwirence. pl? ; Isn't it a splendid river? At Que to|^f bee all was astir. The first call for gig|/ troops had been' issued— twenty-f^e f ;p - thousand of them. The French an...

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 — 12 March 1915

[?] GHUHiCH -W BNi&LAND 1 ? -. ?? ? ?? '.-?; ?- - - '-' ' :? ?? ? ' ' ? m. St. Michael s, WbHdngong, % H.C.^ I JElev. C. A- Stubbin; 11, Morning m Prayer, Dftev. C. A, Stubbin; 2!30e ? Children's Service, Bev. C. A. Stub- 1 bin; 7.15» Evening Praypr, Rev. C I A. Stubbin. Fairy Meadow, 11, Rev^ ? J. X'ooie or Supply. Port Kembia, 3 ? Hev. J. Poole or Supply. Balgo«-- I nie, 7.15, llev. J. Poole, or Supply. I ICeiraviile, 3, Mr. L. Parsons. Mt- I . Kembla, 7.15', Mr. W. L! Scott. Fig- I tree, 7.15, Mr. Mackay. I Bulli; H.C., Rev. p. W. Dwe.' II, I Mr. Wtu. Mayer; 7.15, Rev. p. W.. 1 Do we. Thirroul, 11, Mr. Dent; 7.15, Mr. Mayer. Woonona, 11, iEtev.. P. H\ Dowe; 7.15, TSx. H. Jarratt. *

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The Manufacturers' German Snake Yarns [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 12 March 1915

The Manufacturers' German Snake Yarns Kir,— The Sydney Chamber of Man- ' ufactures believes and practices, first the persistency of the importunate widow; second, the imperative neces sity for making a devil of a row. By means of shameless begging ».hd fearful howling, it seeks to back iip a Labor Government .which is giving more protection to employers at the expense of the workers. One of its 'efforts is to get published in the . ! press articles which it supplies 'for the purpose of misleading the pub liCf I have never before seen such a collection of snake yarns as it has sent out to the press, and, winch, unfortunately, in some cases have been published, white replies have | been suppressed. The Sydney manufacturing employ { ers profess to be patriotic, ;tout they praise German methods, and jfind iault with British methods. It is very strange that they should jseek to boost Germany at the pres ent time. Everything shows thjat British economic policy* although not free from faul...

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