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BOWRAL v. ROBERTSON. BY CENTRE FORWARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 20 June 1906

BOWRAL v. ROBERTSON... T By Centre Forward.'?:' • bxv. ^.The-above teams'met on the latter's ground,' the game resulting in a win for -Robertson by'6'points to nil. Bowral did. not put a strong team in the^field, but the players battled up .well, and but for sbme hard luck should have won.. The gaine for the most part was in the centre of. the' field, and the forwards had it allrtheir own way. Robertson proved too heavy for Bowral in the,scrums, but Bowrai were generally getting, possession of the ball ; the weight-of the pack told greatly in favor of Robertson, who, at times, pressed heavily, Bowral saving - with the back division. , Shortly after starting Riley marked-for-Bowral, and Ritchie made an excellent attempt-at goal—a 'lovely kick .but a poster. Bowral pressed, but the oval seeming like a ball of" grease, they lost several chances, although'Fraser was | particularly sharp in getting hold. The Robertson left wing played an excellent game, showing plenty of foot; Shortly be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 20 June 1906

It's Getting Gold. MAKE YOURSELVES SSIUQ FOR THE WISTER BY GETTING YOUR Blankets, Flannels Jackets, Winter Underwear New Dress Groods Men's, Boys' and Youths' Clothing Boots and Shoes • JSS^S* J. E ANDREWS & CO., BOWRAL pAOTS ESTABLISHED AT COURT, ► In an n.-tion, the r.miso of which was flagrant mis Use of our firm name and other gro.^a miHrepresen tatinnu by an imiUlin^ company, which wan tried before his Honor Chief Justice J. Madden, K.C.M.G., . JjTi.D., in ;}w Supreme Couit, at Melbouruj, the j)roHpcution showed ;— That Sandei and Sons1 Puio Viilntilo.Eucalypti Extract eonWinn all medicinal constituents of tho cuualypti, in a highly refined and puro lorm, ' 2. That it is much moro powerfully healing (anil* ' ccptic) limn ordinary eucalyptus preparations. That it does not depress tho heart like oidinary eucalyptus preparation*, 4. That it) contains no harmful ingrodiente, and 5. That it iu hinhly commended by many nuthot' itics^Qt'.the hist i3U year* as n eafe, reliable ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 20 June 1906

THE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY of SYDNEY, Ltd. [EfcTAJiMEDED 1831.] l Capital paid up .. .. .. £1,000,000. Reserve Fund •. >• «. ■ ■■ 2.11)0,000 Beacrvo Capital •• ■ • •. . 1,000,000 . : ■ £3,190,000 ' CIRBOTOIW. . ' G. J; Cohen. Ksq., Clmnman. t • . .i, , ., " Bon. IV. E.Katcr. M.ri.C:, Deputy Olmirman. Hon. Henry.Mgtcs, M.Ij.C. . ~ ' Hon. Richard Jones, M.Xj.C. Hon. F; T. Humphery, M.L O. • ■ ■ itioiroiis. . .. A.-H. KvMazwoll, Bsq., W. L. Docker, Esq. '■ HEAD OFFICE, CHSORGE-ST, SYDNEY. 1\ A. Dibbs, General Manager. ■ •5f. B.Gaden, Assistant Manager and Chief Inspector. A. J. Soutar, Accountant. TV:C.B,Tiley; H.H: Ma6sio,W.H.Pinhey, Inspectors. INTEREST RATES ON FIXBD DEPOSITS. * 1A per cent, for & months. 8"per cent, tor IS months. - ' 3 p«r eont. lor 2 yoars. > LONDON OFFICE, 18 BIROH1N-LANE, E.C. Directors—F. H. Danger, Esq.; Benn W. Levy, Etq.; Hon. H. S. Littloton. .Manager—F. A. Scmener. Branches throughout ihe State of Naw South Wales and in Queensland. Agenc...

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The Late James White. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 20 June 1906

TUovIMo James White, In connection with the death of Mr. James.White, which took place at Bow-' Tal on Wednesday la,st, the following wreaths and messages of • 'condolence were received :—Mr. G. Crothers (Syd ney), Mr. and Mrs. Farrow, Mrs. Home and familv, Miss B. Turner, Mrs. Turner, Master I-I. Stewart, Mrs. Fitzgerald, Mr. and Mrs. Pope and family, Mr. and Mrs. Green and family, Mr.'and. Mrs. Mathew $on'arid family, Mr. and Mrs. B. Short. Mr. and Mrs. Saner and family, Mr. ard Jdra. Moses Jones, Mr. and Mrs.; J. jiarry, Mr. and Mrs. Bauer and family, Mr.: and Mrs, I-I. Hines and family,' Mr. and Mrs., Asher . and family, Mrs, Gardiner and family . (Syd ney), Mr. and Mrs.' Reidy and family (Sydney), Mr. and Mrs. ■ Perkins: and taniily '(Sydney),' Mr. H. J. Ellsmorc, Miss .Crothers (Sydneyl, Mr. and- Mrs.' Pardy (Sydney), Mrs. Carey and family (Manly, hue "Norwood," Bowral), Mr. P. Coclis (Sydney), Mr. a.tid Mrs. Bennett and 'family, Mr. and Mrs. Williamson and . family (Sydney). ...

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The Wollondilly Press (LATE "BOWRAL FREE PRESS") 20.6.06. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 20 June 1906

•®bc ®oil0ni)illn |)rcss (L,atb "Bowiul Free Pkbss"). 20.6.06. local and general, ^Applications for enrolment as perform ing members of tlie Bowral Town Orches tra close to-morrow, und players desirous of taking up any of the reqeired instru ments should send in their names at once. It is hoped that there will be a ready -res-, ponse from those in the town possessing musical abilities, as the desirableness of establishing such an organisation, in our midst is beyond question. We have been asked'to mention that the word piano was omitted from the list qj instruments to be applied for. Mr. J no. Cope, thehon. sec., wiU supply any information. Oar local Oup wiuner, OardrosB,'is about to limbo his heailqnartcrs in Sydney to raoe, Tho "Now-ilottor"' says >—Th6: rabbit in dustry has ilr.-kined the country towna of un employed, and filled the city with food. Yat .CUoy. want 'to disoase our bunnies, Clemont WraBge, who foretold tho present good Benaoii, how Buys that after June, 1007, il...

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Football. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 20 June 1906

Football. The union matches on Saturday result ed as followsRobertson defeated I3ow ral 6 points to nil, Moss Vale forfeited to Mittagong, while Wilde's Meadow had the bye. •. ' Last Saturday's matches concluded the first round of the competitor!, and. the" positions of the clubs withregard to com-; petition points areas follows:—Mittagong 8, Myra Vale 8, Robertson, 6, Moss Vale , 6, and Bowfal;2. The' boys in blue will probably have a better record'at the end of the second round, as all. their matches' are to be played on the Bowral ground,, and they will, perhaps, be able to muster stronger combinations than: so far th§y have been able to obtain, and give;a bet-" ter account ot themselves. The competition in connection with the public schools was commenced on Satur day last at Mittgaong, when a match be tween the Bowral and Mitlagong„ schools took place, resulting in an easy, win for , the home team by 12 points to nil. ; -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 20 June 1906

ARS YOU A NUtSVNOE? You disturb ovorvbodv iu tho hom.e. Why. n^t ptop couirhing ? You make a terrible notes. Aft for sloopiug, no ono ran gut a b't of rest. If you do not caro for yt»ur*o!f, then for tho »a!;n of, the othorn tnko Ohapt'erliuV* Cou^li Uemedy.' You will inako everybody happy, an I that innludufl yourself, fo the first thing you k »otv you will. not havo any . congbV For sato by I). Morgan, Chemist, Hill Bros., Bowral—th^. leaders in fashion. Their stock of vJtMp^ry, etfc., keeps pact; with th<s seasons.

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Exeter News. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 20 June 1906

. , ' _ Exeter lews. Au unusually lurga potato wis handed to our representative at Kxeter on Monday. It was grown on the Vino Lodge estate by Mr. T. Hunuisett, weighs 2£lbs, und is of the Brownell's Beauty specios. Many of the same sjizn are being dug up, Eomelimes two or three fcubr-rs of that. siza being under one root. This Bpeuks volumes for the quality of llio soil around Exeter. This potato is at present on view nt the office of the Wolloudilly Press at Bowral. Mr. S. Smith, our popular night-officer, goes off on Wednesday (to-day) to enjoy his annual holidays, his place being filled by Niglit-officer Miller, of the relief staff.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 20 June 1906

• inflammatory rheumatisms Anyono who ha*cvoroxperiowic'l the oxcrnniutm^ und almost uuboirablo pnina moident to IuHninnu tory Rlieunmt'ein will bo plonKod to know Umt prompt relief muy bo hud by applying Ghiimbor* luitiVPuiu Brtltn. Tho lirat application given re* liof, or you oah bnvo your monoy baulc. . Kor aala by> D, Morgau, Ctnmn-t. For Chronio Chiwt Complaints, , ' Woods' Great Peppermint Cu.ce. JUQ>U

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Questions and Answers. FIRE BOARD AND BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 20 June 1906

Questions and Answers, FIRE BOARD AND BRIGADE. At the meeting of the Moss Vale coun cil on Monday night Aid. Taylor came . prepared with a list of questions; which lie-had apparently been .deputed, by the members/of the local fire brigade to ask of the Mayor, concerning certain "strained relations which have, for- some time - past existed-between; the brigade and- the fire board; of which the .Mayor is ex officio -chairman-.; ••'.The'..trouble it seems has •been brought about by the refusal of the Mayor t& recognise as a member of the •Board Mr.' D.' McGregor, the .representa tive of the.-flre insurance companies. "Is'the Moss Vale'Fire Board at the present time constituted in accordance with the'Act ?"asped Aid. Taylor of. the Mayor, by way dfopening up the subject. The Mayor said*he had hot a. copy of tlfe Act with him, but as far as he could rememberit stated that the board should comprise thrfee' riiembers^the Mayor of the town, representing ' the citizens ;• ■ a •govern...

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Salvation Army. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 20 June 1906

Salvation Army. Hot pies and coffee avo generally nn at traction. They proved lo bo so oo Friday evening last. It had been announced thiit Major Sharp would again visit Bowial and couduot a mooting in tlio Oddfellows' Hall, and also that thc.ro would be a pio supper, the pi'ocecdti of which wore to aseist the local officers. There was a nice gathering, aud a very enjoyable and profitable time was spent. The Major chose for the Bible lesson Christ's betrayal, trial, aud crucifix ion, And Pilate's question "What shall'I 'Ao then with Jeans ?"~is a question now for. 'each individual to answer ; tor their eternal •destiny depends upon what tboy do with JesuB. The Major spoke with earnestness, n'nd was listened to with great attention. While the coffee and pies were being par taken of, the Major took the opportunity to: have a friondly chat with those preeeut. 'Every one felt quito at home, and hoped that I he next time for the Major to come to Bowral would not .be far off.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 20 June 1906

Wheg You are Buying Your Supplies You should deal with a firm whose know ledge of business by practical experience enables them to help you to make a good choice In every department. We are that firm-—TAYLOR BEOS. Our experience is two-fold, viz., Buying and Selling. Wo know whore and when to buy fashionable, Up-to-date, Seasonable Drap ery and Millinery, and where to buy the Best Brands of Clean and Fresh Groceries. And, as to Selling—well! if you give us an order, you will know our prices are right. TAYLOR BROS., Drapers, - Grocers, - Ironmongers, M©S§ VALE.

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Moss Vale Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 20 June 1906

Mos3 Yale Municipal Council. The usual meeting of the above was held on Monday evening. Present: Aid. Lcighton-Jones (Mayor), Mowle, Hixson, •Hawkins, Mirow, Taylor, and Stevenson. Correspondence. From .the Under-Secretary, stating, in •reply to a letter from the Mayor, that the catchment area of Waite's Creek ' w&s 851$-acr;es.—The Mayor explained that some few weeks ago the council decided to obtain a report from an engineer with regard to the grading of Argyle-street, but before doing so he had mentioned the matter to the roads engineer, having heard that some few years back Mr. Blom field had gone fully into the matter, and that ft might be possible to peruse the re port at the local roads office. But the local engineer had informed him that per mission to peruse the documents would have to be obtained from the department, and he was therefore surprised to receive the foregoing short note .in reply to his letter. He thought it would be better to wait until Mr. Allman's r...

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Art Lectures. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 20 June 1906

Art Lectures. Included in the new syllabus adopted by tiie Department of Public Instruction in con nection with the public schools of the state is instruction in brush work and a new aye tern of drawing, which come under the head ing of'Art. In order that tcachers may have a thorough (raining in this new de partment specialists have been nnDointdd for the various diairiois, Mr. W. C. Kitchie being the special instructor ut the District School, Bowral, where the first of a terios of lessons was delivered on Saturday morn ing last to nliont 30 teachers from the vari ous schools of the district. Mr. Ritchie, it might be added, is <>u the stuff of the Dis trict School. He divided his lecture into throe divisions; dealing with brush work, free line drawing, and mass drawing, and the rudiments of these division* wei\) dealt with. In brushworl; simple brush strokes were dealt with, anil the application of same design. In the stcnnd division line draw ing was dealt wi'li as a ...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 20 June 1906

General News. Oilcloth—72 ioch width, good patterns, special value B/6 yard, at Hill Bros.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 20 June 1906

H\VE YOU A WEAK THROAT? If no, you cannot bo too onroful. Ton cannot ho gin troatmoul too early. Each cold makoajroa.tnoro liublo to another, and trio l int is* ulwayH liArdor to euro. Try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy just onoe, mid you will lind it pWsa'it to ttik»,-an1 most soothing and honling-. For salo by D. Morgan,. CheiuiHt. Farm implements and producc, at low rates, at Hill Bros.,' Bowral. Nusty littlo courIis and ouliia Quickly make you ill; . iirivo you to it legnl man About your final will. Bettor far to o.uro tlio cold With Woods' Peppermint Curo, Tlinn life tu 1)0 a burden WUtcti you. could not euiluro..

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Amusing School Incident. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 June 1906

Amusing School Incident. In an articlo on "Tlie Lighter Side of School Life. n'n English RchooIiDna'er re lates llie following story -At a school in Sussex l lie duBS rfiomn all lend out of a large ceuiro room, where the headmaster takes Ilia ftirni. Ono morning all the forms had gone q-iiotly into work, hut iu one class r"om . the necessary muster ;\vus mianing. T.lid lioyu, nftor waiting ten minutes, and knowing that if they came out by the door they would bo seen "by the headinitater, pimcefnlly '"departed- through the window. Two minutes afterwards tho late maator ar rived, entered his room, and ehnt the door, only to find it 'empty. With remarkable presence of mind ho took-in the sitniition at a glance, and also retired by tho window. To this minute that headmaster does not know that one hour's work waB clean wiped off tl>e time-.table of that day.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 June 1906

"Grateful Results" A life of suffering and misery, without sleep, without appe tite. Restored to health by .J* I was grievously afllictod with biltous D0Q3 and liver compliant. My mouth was In a tcrriblo condition ovevy morning, ruy tonguo Illicitly coMort, my breurh waa often aivo, food distressed me, I eiifFerod inucb from headache, my ekin was sallow, and tho many romcdica vccommended . mo dld.no good. At hist 1 conimanced using Ayor'fl Sarenparilla, and my improvement began . Almost from tho llrRt doso. It relieved tho dtstrosa about my liver, caused my food to : digest well, cured my headache, improved my complexion, and restored my appetite. These unlooked-for but grateful results woro accomplished by only two and a half bottles of Ayor'fl Snrsaparilla."—BIus.Lydia M.'l'ARnox, Altoona, l'a. There are many imitation Sarsaparillas. Be sure you get "AYER'S." pr*n«re«i hv fK J. C. <Wr ft Co.. Lowe!!, Marts., U. S. A. all climates. TSiey're so and cl^eap? be one carries ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 June 1906

ARCHITECT, •• WcnniNflTOK,"' JiUHUA UOU. Dr. 11. Crawford, _ SURGEON DENTIST, TO nrN JIA L L% n 0 VSR A L. Nitrous Oxido Gnu Administered, Oflico flours, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. JIRS. S. 6. GIBBONS, TEACIIKR OK MUSIC SINGING, ELOCUTION, AND DAN'CING. TWITS ItOWKAIj DAILY. TERMS ON APPLICATION. Anniiuss— BURRADOO. GEO. E. YINGENT, A. HU.x. T.O.I,. 'PROCESSOR OF MUSIC, DOWRAIj atjd UXTTABONG. ■ „ PIANOFORTE, HARMONY, COMPOSITION, Etc. TERMS ON APPLICATION. I. A. BENNETT, Teacher of Violin. -.MIS8^AV 'BENNETT, Teacher1 of Pianoforte, BUiiUADOO STKUKT. BOWRAL Tovms on (ipplicubion. DR. H. LESGHTOftl JONES, A Streot,Moss "V«.le May be consulted Ht . ■. . . . Morgan's Pharmacy Evory Monday Forenoon and Friday Afternoon. David W. Moffat, MONUMENTAL MASON, ARGYLB HTJiJiET, MOSS KtlE. (NEXT FlilE STATION). EsTIMATES l'Slt 1Jj:AI)ST0NBS Kf GnAfjll'll, Harbin, and FimnmiN'o, : LATEST DESIGNS ON APPLICATION. BlSST WoilUUAKSmP Guahaxtubd. Dtflrs. ^ngolilfjy, (QIHSKN'S COLIjEGIi, LONDON) Fupil of Dr. Fl...

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A Rifle Club Urged. To the Editor "Wollondilly Press." [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 June 1906

A,liillo Club Urged. To the Editor ••Wolor.dil'y Prea*," Pir,—I nm directed by'the Council of the National Riiio Absocinii\h of Now South Walea lo invite your earnest attention to Ilia fact that no rifle club exists in your dia tvicl, and to the facilities ofloral by the Commonwealth Government for the forma tion df such clubs. The conditions tinder whirl) rifiu clubs exist are nut goncrally known, bin the council believis that when Ihosb coiiditinna flro published in districts where no. rifle clnb is in existence, that prompt'steps will be taken lo form n club, to tlmt something may be done by each town, in the State to assist in the defence of this country. Large sums of money are nffrrml annually by the Government and by priyntc subeoiiptioiiB to foster riflu shooting, 'l'his "Association niultes special'provision for Huw shots, ho that they will not be thrown into competition with more expert riflemen. The Government also offers the following privilageu :—Issues a certain percen...

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