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Kembla Grange Races [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 March 1915

Kembla Gradge Races j On Tuesday last Kemb'a 'G-rant-e Bacing Club conducted what was itormed the St. Patrick's Day !Meet and although the -date ? was ?* day previous, the gathering was 3arge and thoroughly representative of Hibernians not only of the Illa iWarra district but of many centres in the metropolitan area. This was just as It should be, as the club generously promised a big portion of the takings to the funds of the Hibernian lodges within the lllawar ra district, and it goes without say ing that the cheque handed over by the club will be of a fairly sub stantial character. The special trains were well filled with patrons,1 and no less than ninety horsestook part in the various events, the fields in almost every instance being large. ?Not only were they large, but some of the horses which sported silk have won renown on the metropoli tan courses, and bear the distinc tion of being of 'some class.' The most exacting connoisseur of racing could not have wished for a better ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 March 1915

TA^RA WANNA. Cottage Home and Orchard. Saturday' 27th inst, At 4 p.m. O'Donnell & Stumbles HAVE received instructions from Mr Jonathan Phillips to Sell by Auction, on the property as above, Lots 23, 24, 25, 26. Brooker fitreet, and Lots ; 10, 11, and 12, Corrimal Street. Section C, Tarrawanna, containing in all about 24 AcreB First-class Land, on which is erected a MODERN WEATHERBOARO COTTAGE, containing five rooms and kitchen, also detached workshop, sulky shed, etc.. The property is securely fenced and a firpt-class Orchard of about 40 TreeB, Grape Vines, etc., in addition to & large Vegetable Garden, will provide an independent living for the owner. Permanent water in addition to the house tanks- is obtainable on the property for gardening purposes. Will be first offered in ore Lot, and if not sold, will be submitted in separate Lots. The Vendor is leaving the district, and has positively instructed the Autioneers to sell. IMPORTANT AUCTION SALE Business Corner Bl...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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NORTH COAST NEWS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 March 1915

: NORTH COAST NEWS- ' Stock sales, Alstonville: f Messrs. |!f^H Dooley, Cottrell and. Strong reportr- , Springers brought from^S to 0.5s; fats froni to ^6 15s; stores 7|mB to £5 5s, poddies frodn ^3 to £4. - Last Sunday (7th March) .was a : JH red letter day in the hist0ry of the , : Ballina Presbyterian congregation, V'l^K for on that day their beautiful new church— the finest in Ballina, costing IHeH {approximately three thousand pounds was opened in the presence of an . «? overflowing congregation. f Mr. Bruce Cunwning, of the Ballina Co-operative Creamery Co., has at cepted the position of manager of the Cooroy (Q-) butter factory which JagSfl is a branch of the Gympie Co-oPer- . - ative Dairy Company. A couple of mobs of cattle num» bering nearly seven hundred head, Jpassed through Kyogle on Wednesday 'EbH 1 en route to the Q.M.B. Co. at Bris- ^ 'bane; On arrival here the drover in 1 charge received word to hold them, ' . 'siBfl as there was ' no freezing space avail able. The ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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NEWCASTLE NOTES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 March 1915

NEWCASTLE NOTES Tp the City Court last week Joseph Blair, 20 years, a racehorse trainer, ( was charged with having been on 4m| premises for an unlawful purpose. Ml He was found getting in at a win dow, dressed in a singlet only. A ' fnari resident in the house hit him . with a poker, whereupon he ran. , :,®0 Blair aaid he had been drinking and \ 9 knew, np thing of the matter- He i M was treated as a first offender. jgl Nevd d-wellings are springing up in -ffl all parts of the 'Adataistown Muni- 1 cipality . and the owners are rushed a by prospective tenants as soon as a ' %S| load of material is on the ground. '^IS The demand for houses is so great ? ifSj that . ^owners do not need, to ; v.---; the, rent, for those requiring houses . jH compete one .against the other, and .. , 3 the rent problem 5s soon solVed. ? Constable Robertson, who has, great I faith in the^ ^ fu-JAire of ' 1 recently, purchased from the Govern- . vjl me^t a large, block' of land in Briink er-road, facing ite...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 March 1915

?: ?? : v ' ' r ? ? ?? . . , The Ladies College 1 of Health 4 OXFORD STREET, SITONtey. Medical Superintendent and Lady Consultants in attendance daily. Hours: 9a.m. to 5.30 p.m. Fridays additional from 6 p.m. till 8 p.m. Saturdays, 9 a.m. till 12.30 p.m. Consultation form forwarded to onjf address upon application. All correspondence to be addressed to The Medical Superintendent, Dapt . 70. Indies' College of Health, 54 Ox: ford -street, Sydn#T. ** I _ A Suit built by J. R. HEALEY, The well-known Expert Tailor, IS A MODEL OF PERFECTION IN EVERV DETAIL The Well-dressed Men on the Coast know and appreciate the honest - work and value in Healey's Suits. Be Wise an:d See that you get the Best Also. GALL AT SHOP, UPPER CROWN STREET, AND SEE THE LATEST PATTERNS AND UP-TO-DATE STYLES. ' 0-A.KL A2ffX- 3 'The Car with a Conscience.' are proven, well-tried Motor Cars that are performing their work thoroughly satisfactorily and economically. The latest Improvemements include the well-known ' D...

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COLLIERY SCREENINGS THE NEW COAL PROPOSITION. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 March 1915

COLLIERY SCREENINGS . THE NEW COAL PROPOSITION. .s ? » ' ^ ?*. ? ?An extraordinary- meeting oif the shareholders of , Coal Ltd,, -was held /^-at. the office of the coihp;ahyi 14 Martin Place, Sydney, on 9th March. The Hon. Austin Chapman, M.p chairman of directors, presided. ? The reports from the consulting engineer, ..John Efvans, F.vJ.a., to other with the report of Mr. -». Rogers, late manager of Mt. Kean fola, were discussed. The boring op erations have been completed to . a ?depth of. 2295ft. At 1614 feet it in tersected the Bulli No. 1 upper seam of a thickness of 8ft. 3in. clean coal - the assay of which shows iti to be a high-class quality, equal to the best southern coal. . .'A number of the lower seams were also proved. The bore, which is on ^?the company's freehold property, 1635 acres in extent, adjoining the leaseholds from the- Crown of .13,200 acres, is . to lie the site of the pro posed shafts which are to be twenty Feet in diameter. Samples of bricks made from a ve...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 March 1915

Children Ills. The first thing a mother should do wJien her little one is feeling out of sorts is to give a safe opening med icine. In nine cases out of ten it is all that is needed. A slight obstruc tion in the boweis may cause an alarinlng rise in temperature; a cold often comes on with feverishness and a little over indulgence in good things will cause biliousness. There is no better remedy for the every day ills , of children than -Pinkettes, j the new laxative. Children like to take them because they are small and dainty, and will act freely with out causing sickness and griping, j Send for a free trial sample to the Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Sydney, mentioning 'The .South Coast Times,' or get a full, sized shilling ? bottle from 'your dealer.' * i Eyestrain & Headache 'Result from structural defects of the eyes, or from age, or both, and- relief is obtained by the timely nse of proper glasses fitted by . l-. OPTICIAN, . LoWBB CbOWN ^STB3^'r-^OLr-9K(-OirO j (4 doors b...

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MOUNT KEIRA — KEIRAVILLE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 March 1915

MOUNT KEIRA- KEIRAVILLE 1 The cavil for this quarter at the Mount Keira mine has * been drawn satisfactorily. The miners, however, express the opinion that the 'aggie- gate meeting arranged for Monday last, was not warranted. Mr. M. Tubman is . conducting a dancing class. h!ere for the m-ung season, and the young people are rolling up well for instruction. Mr. Annesley, headmaster of Mt Keira Public School, is taking steps in the direction of forming a rjuc re serve club. Many, members have put in their names. In the way of building, Mr. R. Lee is having an up-to-date cottage er ected on the Mount Keira-road. Without the subscriptions from tftiir pay, the .amount contributed by the Mt. Keira (mine employees now to tals £250. A large number of friends gather ed at the Mechanics' Institute, on Wednesday evening to bid farewell to Mr. W. Appleby, who left next morning for Sydney to train'for the war. During the evening Mr. App).» 1-y was presented with a wristlet watch. Mr. Drinkwater,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 March 1915

Imperial Hotel ? - CLIFTON. ' ?' VISITORS to Olifton -will find Jibis 3Niew ? andUp-to-date Hotel replete wth.«yery / , 'modern comfort and convenience. Good Attendance, Good Table, Homely and TP V* Elevated, salubrious position, overlooking Hie ocean. Full Board, or separate tariff. TermaModerate. Best Brands ol Wines, Beers -fend Spirit* always atooked, , Dmsmokeri& Jffilliiier, v „ ^ Next Door' Kiosk, Tbibboui..*' ' r ^ MHlfneryOass Wednesday*

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PORT KEMBLA [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 March 1915

PORT KEMBLA t At the Public Works Jetty this week the Uskmore loaded 2,50i) tons coal for Frelnantle. The Marjorie is due to-day (Friday), .for 800 tons of coke for Newcastle. Shipping due : The Hanley, 5,500 tons ,of cbal, 1 o arrive on Monday. ? The Karitane brouo-ht 4-On fnnp nf blister copper from Tasmania, and took away 800 tons of coke fo' Port Pirie. The steamer Koonda fin ished to-day a cargo of one thous and tons for Melbourne. ' During the week there, has been an exceptionally large school of garfish, around Port Kembla. On Thursday a school of kingfish hunted quite r number of these into the waterholes in the rocks on the beach. A party of fishermen had the luck ( to catch no less than 350 kingfi Ci in about three hours the other evtn ' ing. I The Port Kembla Progress Com mittee held a meeting on Wedneflday evening when the question of the provision of sanitary' arrangements for the Technical School was dis cussed. At present there is a, number of children being taught in...

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Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 March 1915

Church Services. ! OHUHiCH OF ENGLAND. | St. Michael s, WoIIongong, Mission ary Sunday, special preacher; 11 aad 7.15, Rev. s. E. Langford Smith; Holy Communion, 8 and 11. Mount Kembla, Missionary Child ren sService And Flower Service, 3 preacher, JRev. S. E. Langford Smith. Figtree, 11, H.C. Rev. C. A. Stubbin. Port Kembla, 7.15, H.C., Rev. C. A. Stubbin. Balgowinde, 3, Mr. L. Parsons. Kelraviile, 3, Mr. W. L. Scott. Fairy Mleadow, ,7.15, Mr. C. J. Stubbin. Figtree, 7.15 , Mr. W. L. Scott. Bulli, 11, H.C., Rev. p. w. Dowe ; 7.15, Mr. Wm.' Hartley. Thirroul, 11, Mr. Virgo f7.15 (H.C.) Rfev. p. \ty.' Dowe. Woonona, 11 , Mr. W. HarUey; 7.15, Mr. H. Gibson. ROMAN CATHOLIC. Mass, WoIIongong, 6, 7, 9, 11. Close of Mission 7.30. Mt. Kembla, opening 'Mission. 10.30. Devotions, 3.30. Ralgownie, Mass, 9. Opening of Mission, 7.30 p.m ' ] METHODIST CHURCH. WoIIongong, 11, Mr. H. Banfield; 7.15, Rev. J. e. Metcalfe. Dapto, 2 30, Marshall Mount, 11, Mr. W. Lukins. Mount Keira, 2.45, Rev. ' F. W....

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HYDRAULIC MINING CARTRIDGE. A SUBSTITUTE FOR BLASTING. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 March 1915

HYDRAULIC CARTRIDGE. fA: SUBSTITUTE FOR BLASTING-. t — O — A description was §iven in a paper by 'Mr. James Tonge, read before the Society of. Ivrigineers, Ixmdon, of an hydraulic mining' cartridge, which is designed to serve as a sub ? , . stitute for Ijlasting', and which is \ of particular interest just now, ' in view of the scarcity of explosives in JVew fSoutft Wales. 1 » fv He pointed outthat while explos Ives enable the engineer to displace pi ' great quantities of -natural -jr artiv r t ficial beds, their use is attended in many circumstances -with the obieh tion that the effect of blateting can *-T~ seldom be so harnessed or controll ed as to prevent the disintegration ?- of the material beyond the aiva which it is desired to dislodge. 7n many metalliferious .mines and pve» quarries, this is hot a great draw-. V-. ! back, as it ma^ he desirable to ob i'':- tain the material in a pulverised ' condition, but even in such cases it ? must' be remembered that it is not jap,., ec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 March 1915

i \i . - Grey Hair s|®iv^ f The world had waited 'for many, k-» many xveary ycats for a. re- . | '? t -' medy for Mr liair. At last it has been msetiyerctf. ,It is , J' a wonderful compound called } i '? Surmanol, and. how immzinpr it. is. In a few short iveel'tt I *' Surmanol will . remedy 'this' * „ 1 '-?'!*$ ' greyest, .whitest : hair, .. and- '' £ bring every . tlirmid, r%ht from : ?& A-j-.^i£dS2fi86i root to tip, ' back -to its old pretty original black, brown, v; . ' liRlit brown, , poiden, red or '—IV^.jSb other colour. You then leave - .'i ofT using Surmanol for ever, j ? - jK because so long as iife lasts « * - -: H that grc.vness can never return.- ? '*-' -'^^8 It is not a -dye or -stain. You ? 2' -'*^8&30$§sm use Surmanol, and soon you'll. - say 'Good-bye. ugly grey hair f . *'', ? ' ?» a — good-bye, old hair dye.' - /'???rfgatl Price, 5/- (pftslage, 4d. extra), from The Kdgeworth Laborn-. ''** 5' tories, Hoffnunpt's Chambers, 1C.3 Pitt Street, Svdnev. W*-...

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CORRIMAL [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 March 1915

CORRIMAL The coal trade at South Bulli is brisk, full time, less the off-day on   Monday, has been worked for the next fortnightly pay. Corrimal Col liery remains idle, owing to a cavil dispute. Everybody is hoping for a speedy adjustment of the trouble. The recent drying winds have been severely felt by fruit growers and others. Grass and herbage is fast assuming a burnt up appearance ; stock generally are in good condi tion. Handicap footracing will take place in Roebuck's Paddock on pay Sat urday afternoon next; the Town Band, will discourse musical items, and a collection will be taken up in aid of the Belgian Fund.   A number of local miners are tre king for the Maitland district, where they have obtained work. The large coking plant and works of the Corrimal-Balgownie Co. have temporarily shut down, owing to no slack being available. The Citizen Forces who have been undergoing a course of training in Sydney during the past few weeks returned home this...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 March 1915

A YOUTH attending Sohool or learning a trade oanhave comfortable Board and Lodging at 9 Riiess Street, Balmain ; homely surroundings. Apply Mrs M. Sharpies, 9 Buees Street, Balmain, Sydney AE. BALL, Woonona, Licensed Plumber . and Water Fitter. ..Estimates given. BANQUETS, Birthday Parlies,- Dinners, Wedding Breakfasts, and all 'kinds of up-to-date catering done by Howarth's BY Fpecial* Arrangement with Publishers — Latest Music alwaps at Crook's MuBic Store. f CLEANLINESS, Civility, Attention, and ) a first class three ?course dinner at Howarth's for Is DON'T delay being a customer of Our Butcher. Quality and prices are in your favour. Hunter, Grown Street DRESSMAKING.-— Mrs Wileman, Mar!. . ket Street, near Keira Street ? DON'T miss seeing ' Snow-White ' and ' all her friends at the Patriotic Concert en ThuBBday. EDISON RECORD8-Patriotic List. Short Supply. Call early. Crook's Music Store. FOB SALE at Fairy Meadow, 4 roomed weather board Oottage, nearly new; large paddock, and all...

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THE STORYTELLER A Queen of Hearts CHAPTER XX. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 March 1915

[?] A Queen ol Hearts ' ? . ' BY ? EVELYU EVERETT GRBEIN, CHAPTER XX, She gave a little jump and glanc ed before aiii! behind. 'Ahead the river lay shining .white and beauti ful and lonely, in the rear Wets the rest of the boats, but far too dis tant for sound to travel. ILclli bridge was a strong man, 'and had sculled rapidly and with power. Frac ticallv the\- were alone upon the | shining watersay. i ''Mr. Lethbridge, suddiily Quelle I said, I think you are my fugitive.' The moonlight shone her face, but left his 'in 'black Bhatlow, yet she thought: she saw the gleam, that lighted his eyes. Y'You think I am Hugh dresham? 'Yes, I do !' 'You are quite right— I am.' It was out no1#. She had heard the words, and yet she did not re alise all that they might mean; yet she understood a part, and a sud- j den fear gripped her heart. j 'But why. did you come?' . i 'I came to find you.' ' ! Silence again, that strange pulsat ing silence which is eloquent with. , meanings the tongue falters ...

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SCARBOROUGH [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 19 March 1915

SCARB0H0U6K Work was resumed at the South Clifton and T.unnel Collieries last Tuesday, the majority of the em ployees being present at the aggre . gate meeting in Wollongong on Mon day. Hopes are entertained that the trade will improve, at least up to 1 the Easter holidays, as coal for j the railways will be in stronger de- ! mand, and as South Clifton pro-' vides this contract to a big extern,, ! the employees should work fairiy constantly* On Friday last the em ployees of the Tunnel Colliery u a-Ie a demand to be paid a full shift on every occasion they entered the pit, but the matter had not been defin itely settled. It occasionally happens that the men have to work quar ter and half shifts owing to the in sufficient supply of skips and also from other causes. Early on Saturday morning last a man named Patrick Brogan, 27, a native of County Clare, Ireland, a resident of Scarborough for some' years, was killed by a passing train. Deceased was employed at the Tun nell Colliery, and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 March 1915

A Merciless Judge ? A merciless judge is Father Timje. '% Before him the weak; and the want- . Irig go to the wall. Only the truth . V' can .(stani. For three years the foil-, owing statement from a Wollongong . ,_-j resident has withstood this sternest v of .all tests. s . \ Mr. Percy : 'Parsons, /Gipps Street, Wollongong:, says, ,'V-Hy trade is thftt . of «i carpenter, and at times I have - -* a great deal of heavy lifting to do' „ ? A few years a^o I think I must havcj - strained my back; as it commenced to a«$he, and the pain soon got so . r -j hadv-t£afc,' it Was almost itn|--i6siMo . ' /*/ ^ to .'kttend'i'.ta' my wibrk; The agoEcp '^:^|g§ %as aivful if I stoops, or moved ' aloufc : quicljly, - and I often ' felt too V. ^ ill to do anything, but I had to , keep at my work, ' which was made , - doubly- hard by -weakness and pain. , * '- ? '5v ^ 1 tried all kinds of - njiediieines1, but . -J) it 'was not; until I hiad taken a few dcSesrof Doan's Backache Kidney . .''-,7; Pills th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 March 1915

Have a Drink? Nothing better as a Thirst Quencher & Appetiser than Ginger Beer MADE PROM 'GIN JO' POWDERS. A Sixpenny Packet contains all the ingredients necessary to make 1| gallons of tasty, refreshing Ginger Beer. f . Get a Packet To-Day, and we'll return your money if you're not satisfied. 'The Store Where Quality Counts, G. R. JARMAIM. Tel. 34. J* KK1RA-STREET j j My Suctiou Set §-] : : at 63s. t ^ % I This Set of Tee&' carries IJs own ? , | guarantee of satisfactory servicein j the Pafenfc Flexible Suction^fitted on ? . I to the plate. ^nceinfffi : ' i ' never move. They remain as solid as a rock under £ll conditions, and ; ( fit so snugly t^t their presence is forgotten.' 1 have fitted thousands, - I v ; of Sydney ,-folk with this , Set df Tipper or Lower Teeth, and bave ; never had a complaint; They virould -, ^ suit YOU. - , ; Painless Extractions I have an anaesthetic which enables ^ me to extract anytqoth *fith ap ontire absence of pain or depressing after...

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WOMAN'S WORLD HOUSEHOLD MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 March 1915

r WOMAN'SWORLD '?A ? . . ' ? - - - ' - \ HOUSEHOLD MBMS. Do not poke the fire more than is« t absolutely necessary. To use the po'--- j er freely is a scandalously extrava gant babit which soon grows on 'ne. Use a small paint brush to grease the cake tins, instead of paper or cloth. It is handier and much clean er. * « * Table linen should never be put in to soapsuds until all, stains have been removed by pouring boiling ^a ter through the linen. 'To serve up cauliflower whole and unbroken, boil in a cloth, as it may ' tlicn be lifted out of the saucepan without any - detriment to its ap pearance. For sick headache take a cup of hot water to which has been added a generous pinch of cayenne pepper and a bit of carbonate of soda. ? ? » » \r,ou will find that a little baff of sulphur, .suspended in a bird cage is not only healthy ..fox* the bird, but kdepia away the parasites with which some birds are infested. Candied cherries if kept any length of time become too hard for use. To Sof...

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