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British Stock Breeding. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 June 1906

British- Stock Brooding. The figures relating to the number and value. iOf. the farm .live stock of the United Kingdom given by Mr Walter Heapo ln a recently issued publication •on -v«thQ ' brooding.'.irldustry convey some : apDroxUnato/Id<Ja of.\ttie • transcending v Importance. of. the stock-breeding pur suit,^-not'only to. the rin^^^ but to the national welfare at large. The aggregate : number of all descriptions of live stock Is estimated-at the gigantic total of ■X 115,025,720, the magnitude of which may. • perhaps, be more adequately grasped ivhen It is represented in a money equva lont, which is computed to be 1,472,976,500, or, allowing for fair depreciation, 1/443,476,500. The cattle stock of the country are valued at L155,293,955; the sheep at 1/53,206,868; pigs at LS,771,619; agricultural horses at LG8,917,340; thoroughbred horses at L4.879,000; army horses, LI,000,000; harness horses, L-16,6S9,S07; cart horses, L11.1S7.S60; hunters, L8,129,9S5; hacks, LI,982,2...

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

; For Chronio Chwi- Complaints, Woods- Great Poppoituiiit Cure. la 6J. •. Farm implements and.'pro.ljcc,.Hi low rales, at IIill Bros., PovvrI, ;

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THE MILKMAN THE FIRST FACTOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 June 1906

THE MILKMAN THE FIRST FACTOR. ■ The first factor (writes Professor Dean, of the Guelph Agricultural College, Can ada), which to a large extent, determines economy of milk production, Is the - man handling the cow. There are some men very much like the old maid who said she hated men so much that she would not even use a hymn-hook In church, and thore are some men who hate cows so, that lio matter what kind of a cow you give them,they would not be able to pro-, duco milkeconomically. A man!, must first have a, real love for his cows—he must be able to coax the. milk out of them: I never saw a better Illustration of tliat than in our.om dairy at the"pre sent time, where we-have a man who can literally coax the milk out of the: cows. They are. giving more milk than they ever did.,under .any other man that" I ever had; the cowsjtnilk. better than they , have done for 'years, and I will tell you how he does It. He goes among the cows.and talks to 'them just as lie would to a human being....

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

-TOSTAN TED, Situation an H. and Parlour Maid. Personal references. M. WILLIAMS, O/o Miss Bfenan, "Arrenkamp," Bowral.. .V 3E"OR SULKIES and other Vehicles, Snddlory, nnd Harness, none belter than at T. BROWNLOW'S Federal Ooachbnilder, Moss Vale. I AM a CASH BUYER of Hide?, Skins, and Wool, Marenpial Skins in any' quant.ty.—G. F, LYNCH, Argyle-Btreet, Mosb Vale. ■xgyANTED AT OSCE.-3 DAIRY FARMS in Moss Vnle, Exeter, or Bowral districts. Anyone having pame to let, send particulars to G. I\ LYNCH, Auctioneer, Moss Vale.. aKNOX & SMITH will hoia their next Fort uightly Saleat Grainger's Yards, Bowral, on Wed nesday. 27th June, at 1.80 p.m. TE-TTORSE ltUGS, Horso Rug*. Agency for tho Aberdeen Jttegistored Biiind, al.io my own special nnke, all at Sydney prices.—1Tr BROWNLOW, Federal Harness Depot, Moss Vale. BA.TCGAIN.—1280 acres Freehold. Situ atud 8 miles from Gunning Railway. 100 acres fit for plough, black soil. Large frontage Jferrawo Creek. £1 per ncrp, easy terms. G. F. L...

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FARM AND FIELD. WHEAT GROWN BY ELECTRICITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 June 1906

FARM AND FIELD. WHEAT GROWN BY ELECTRICITY. An experiment of the greatest interest, to farmers and gardeners is now being coniluctcri by Messrs R. and B. Bomford, of Pitchill and.Covington, near Evesham (lOng.), writes the "Gardeners' Chroni cle." On several occasions, in Germany, .at. Dui ham University, and elsewhere, practical experiments have been made in the ,gro\ying of (Tops by .iheans of clec irieity, and this is what Messrs Bom ford are doing on their farm, but the experiment differs from its predecessors insome important particulars. Tho work js being superintended by Mr J. R; Newm&n, who, in an interview with a representative of the press, described -\what it Js hoped to do and how it will be done. -,'In the first place, 19 acres are being treuted, and over this acreage high poles . have.been erected, and from these, at a height of 16 feet, wires arc suspended. The electricity is discharged from these wires, 4he current being generated by a dynamo driven by a thre...

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A Fight on The Roofs. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 June 1906

A Eight oh The Hoofs. '• -ihb "Black Orow" of Odessa, so called from the black mask ha wears, lias long liaen susppofed by Ihe Odessa police to be the leader of the anarchi-ts aud the organ iser of the numerous outrages. The object ■of the secret Bevvico agents' continuous at tentions, be had never been tracked down till recently, when his attempted arrest re sulted in a moat extraordinary fight, a des cription of which was givon to an I'Bvening' Standard and St. Jatn"'e'» Gnzette" repre sentative by an Odessa refugee, who had j.ist arrived in Lnnd m :—"Our.leader," lie aaid, ■"was at last discovered by t-tio police enter ing the ho'ise of a Jew,: together with' his both of them , weaving their blsiek masks. T)io poli.-e knocked at the door, .but no reply w-is forthcoming, thou«h a {jrcat noice oonld bo heard inside. ' Suddenly tlin dopr opened, and the 'Black Orow;' his Biator, nnd another revolutionise emptied^ ' th*ir rpvolwrt into tlm police. At the sound ofihti Klf 'ts the door...

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

H\VI2 YOU A WEAK THROAT.? If no, von cannot bo too caroful; You cannot be gin troattnonl ton otrly, Mich coll nmko.-iyoti ino a liiiblo to another, nml t*»o l ««t Is nlwnys hnrdor t » ouro. Try Ohrvnborluin'fl Coug'i Remo.1y jusrono", an<l tou will it pViuna-t 10 tak« .ani most aiotUmg unl hailing. For sulo. uy D. Morgm, Chomist. Zulu robots ftt Mapmmlo cupturod a cun-> voy of five wug'jous. Sixty raon of the lnc^l fiolfl foruo wont iu pursuit, and onoountorud 500 Zulus, who were arranging nn amiiual), Tho robujs raadfl threo'detprrained nlrii"^asv and onus gob within 10 yards of the gnus. Aftor fighting 90-.minutes the reViols' UedK io.iving GO killad. l'lia convoy . was recap-, turod. Qmtiy^os ot nil kinds i\t 1UH BtMh ". : ,

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SERVICES TO-MORROW. Church of England. SS. SIMON AND JUDE, BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 June 1906

SERVIOKS TO -MO II BOW. Church of England, SIMON AMD JDDK, OOWBAL. Services tit 11 and 7. Holy Communion—1st Sunday in month at 11 a m, 2nd at 8 a m, 3rd at 7 p m, 4th nt 8 a m, 5th at •'llsm. The Bootor. ST. BTBPnBN'8, MtTTAGONO. 1st Sunday in month—Mittaiiong 11 and 7.30 2nd Sandfly—Mittsgong 11 (n c.) it 7.30, OoloValc 3 3rd Snnday—Mittagong 11 <6 7.30 (ir.o.), Hill Top 3 4tli Sunday — Mittnjjonp 11 and 7 30, Jeltore 3 5thSunday—M'gong 11 & 7.30, Children's Service 3 Rov. T. J. Heffornan. • ALL PAINTS, BUTTON FOHKST. Sutton Forest at 11, communion first Sunday Bundanoou at 3.30. communion third Sundny Exeter 7.30, communion second Stinday Rev. A. C. Corletto. wrsoECAnnimiKR. Up. Slittagong 11, Robertson 7.30 Rev. D. T. Smith. Roman Catholic Church. IJowral 9.30, Miltngong 11 and 3 30 JUittttgorig 9.30, fCurrawanK 11. Bnwral II and 3.30 Service at Bowrul cveiy Friday at 7.30 a.m. Rov. J. Carroll. Methoilist Churoh. JJoivrol, Ucc J \V Mnlili'ii 11 .Mr J Dlnnksby ...

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Winter Milk Failure. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 June 1906

Winter Mills: Failure. Farmers nro complainiug that thoir cows are fulling off in their milk as ranch as 50 por cent. How many of them, wa wondor, are endeavouring to prevent them doing 60. Ho<v man/ of them have fj~mod stacks of ensilugo. What alioltor are they giving cown against the chill win'or .winds that sweep across the paddocks? iTartners bavo found out the benefit of rnggirtgtlieir cows. One of the beuefits—indeed, the great bono* fit> of keeping the milk record—ia that wbeu ovor tho cows are affected ind gi off their milk the fact is forcod on the dairyman's attention. Ah an experiment a Viotoiian dairyman put rngs 011 three coavs duriug a cold snap, and they at once improved in their yield, while tho others fell -off. Good' rugs can bo made out of old sacking.;.

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Unsettled Russia. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 June 1906

Unsettled Russia. There is a growing fenr at Paris that Russia is marching to revolution,possibly to repudiation. Russia ia said to hwo drained Europeau fluanoierd dry. Masses of: Sfc'i ft employees have .threatened that there W 11, be a j>en»ral strike if the Duma ia dissolved. Terrible outrages were committed ou. tbs Jews at Byolontok. QfBcers congratulated the plunderers on their morrymaliing. Girls were horribly mutilated under their parents' eyes. Jews had b.nh legs sawn off. Troops turned their backs to a?oid seeing tho ex cesses. Professor Jaeobowsky heroically saved 17 refugees in liia honse. He told the Hooligans that they miiHt kill him before tlioy attacked tho fugitives. Fifty Jewa were killed at Storosiolee, noar Byclo"tok, Outbreaks against Jews are threatened at several plnoes. The Duma's Commiesioaera at Bjeloatok found a hospital patient whose eyes liad been driven in with largo nails. A police superintendent who was chicfly re sponsible for tho Massacre lias hee...

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MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 June 1906

MITTAGONG. The committee of the Mittagong Bed Endowment Fund have decided'.' to hold their annual ball on Wednesday, ist Aug ust, in the Canterbury Hali, Mittagong. -T(ie secretaries, Mrs. E. A. Cottee and Mr. Claude Lee and a ladies committee are working hard to make the hall a suc cess, and given fine weather there should be a large attendance.

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Rebuilding San Francisco. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 June 1906

ReMiWng San Franciso-o. At the Balmain ..Co.uncil meeting- on, Tuesday night last a letter was read from Mr. R. P.'Jennings, secretary of the com mittee on the reconstruction of San Fran cisco, under date May 24, as follows:—■ " The demands upon the time of our Mayor, the Hon. Eugene E. Schniilz, are at present so great as to render it impos sible "on his part to personally acknowl edge your kind expressions of sympathy,' and he requests me to convey to you his sleep, appreciation as welhas the gratitude of all tbe citizens of San Francisce.- Our people arc full of courage, and are imbued with a firm determination to rebuild iifc o.nce a.fairer and a greater city."

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Funeral of the Late Mr. Brooker. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 June 1906

Funeral of the Late Mr, Urooker. The funeral of Mr. John Brooker, as was briefly mentioned in our last issue, took place on Tuesday, and it was one of the largest ever seen in the district, the cortege being nearly a mile in length. A. short service was conducted at the East Kangaloon Church .on arrival by the Rev. J. H. Craig, after which'.the remains were interred in the Kmgalooti cemetery. The funeral arrangements were carried out by Mr. J. Beavan. The iamily were the recipients of numerous letters, cards, aha other tokens of sympathy and con dolence, while the following sent wreaths : —Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Innes Noad, com mittee ,of the Robertson Agricultural Society, Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay and .'family," Mr. an.I .-.Mrs. A. M. Smith ami family, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Brenningnnd family, Mr. ami Mrs M'Kie (Bowral), Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Smith and '.family, Mr. and Mrs. Graham and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. Wills, Mr. and Mrs. C. Neich, the Misses Scholield, Mr. and Mrs. C. B;iuer, Mr. and Mrs...

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

Mittagong B.ed Endowment Fund* In.cono60lion with tho above will l>e bold in tbo Canterbury Hall, Mittagong, — ON — WEDNESDAY, 1st -AUGUST. P.:>u5>le 'I'lcltct 5s, Gouts 3s, Indies 2s Gil. ANM1H D. CO.TTS.Bl .Joint OLAAj Dli LEK j Hon Sacs,

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

I For Brmiclml Cou^h? uIm > Woods' Circnti'uyyuniuatQure. U 04.

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

AKK YOU A NUISANCE? You disturb .everybody in the bouse.-. Why oot ►top ooiwbing f You make fi tcrriblo noise, As for slocpltigi uo'ono nan gft a bit of^rertfc.- .If you do uot caro for 'yoursulf, tbon for the Hake ot-tbo otbera InVo Cl»»m4 erliun'n Cousrh Remedy. You will make everybody liappy, .an I tlmt inelud™ yonraw, fo" tho iiirtt Utiug you know you will 'not bttvo any | cough. For boIo by' D. Morgan, Chemist, ! The Agricultural College of M'Gill Uni versity, Canada, has received ftn endowment | of MOO,000 from Sir Wui. MaoDonald. ! By the bomb outrage at. Madrid 21) per* Hons were killed and 99 olhora injured. In i fclm carca^o of onn of the hursua attached to i tho ftoyal coach buliotg \vei;o found,

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Wingecarribbee Shire. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 June 1906

Wingecarribfooe Shire. A mepting of the WiiifjcoBiribboo T'Ttv j porary Shire Council wag held at Moss Vale : on Thnra.lay to coimider applications for t lio j poaition of temporary shire clork, and re commend n pewon for appi.iit>ini«"t bv i.lio • Governor. There wero prm-on- Mr. J. A. J Badgory (chairman), 1I<;shs. Hot,a, Oaiter, and Niobolas. It. .was dicidud to recom mend Mr. JET. J. l'horndylte (ami of. Sonior Sergeant Thorndyke, of Mots Vnlu) for the position. -

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 June 1906

The Late Mr. Seddon. ; Now Zealand papers to baud oil Wednes day by the steamer Warriraoo contaiu many black-bordered pages devoted to apprecia tion of the .life-work of the lata Premier. rIhe intensity, of the Borrow fait U well ex pressed by one journal in the words :—" A great grief has fallen upon the colony, so groat that wo cannot yet appreciate its full weight, uor yot lay our calamity in the bal ance. Perhaps when the shook has r passed and the personal sorrow has lost its koener edge it will bo possible—and it will be time enough—to attempt a calm, cold estimation of the dead Premier and his words, ilr. Seddon has made an end so intensely tragic in its suddenness that it is the manner of his passing and not the charaoter of llio man that holds us. Every word ilml coitim to ub from the north and from the south speaks as though the news hud fallen 011 the community like a physical blow. A solitary cry, like the suapping of a tense cord in the stillness of night, sets every se...

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Y. W. C. A. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 June 1906

¥. W. C. A. During the week preparations for the New'Wing to the Home of Rest have been begun and the familiar landmark of one of the two original cottau'es acquired some years ago by the Y.VV.C.A. Com mittee, has disappeared. The ceremony of the laying of the foundation stone for the new building will (D.V.) take place on tlijj last Saturday in July, the 28th inst. It will be performed by Sir Philip Sydney Jones, M.P., to whose practical sympathy the work owes a debt of gratitude. Sir Philip's interest in all philanthropic enter prises is well known, and it is hoped that Bowral will extend a h.earty welcome to him.. : ' ' " j

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

| :i i •W.feyvrtk^v^J.1. -. . -■■<■*;/, £-••• RZsjgPvrr IP It is helpful as a medicine, and its g$ regular, moderate )J3 use prevents tKe ill- ?Jj effects of unwhole- E( some water. B'JY WHOLE BOTTLES.

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