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

Protestant Alliance. The quarterly meeting of Onwafd Lodge was held at the Town Hal), Bowral, on Thursday evening.. There was n good at taudnuoe of members. The W.M., Bro. EJ, Taylor, presided. Accoiiuts amounting to £19 lis 7d were passed for payment. Bros. R. A. Goodwin.E. 'l'ftylor, and John Stolres wore elected delegates to the Friendly Socie ties' Union. A motion was carried that tho trustees consider and report upon the better investment of tbo lodgfi funds. The reoeiptS; of the evonins woro £13 7s Id.

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Lecture on Astronomy. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 June 1906

Lecture on Astronomy.. Under the sanction of the Department of Public Instruction, Mr. W. E. Stop ford visited the District School, Bowral, yesterday and delivered a lecture .on. as tronomy to the pupils, the school for con venience being divided into sections of about forty children, who on the payment of a small sum were admitted to the. lec-1 tare. In. the course of his lecture, which was demonstrated with the aid of his Aus tralian orrery exhibit, he dealt with spe- ) cial clearness with such subjects as the phases of the moon, the causes of day and. night, the seasons, tides, eclipses, etc. The lecture, which lasted nearly an hour, I was highly interesting, entertaining, and instructive. j

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
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"H" (Bowral) Coy. Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 June 1906

"H" (Bowral) Coy. Rifle Club. The usual quarterly shooting of the above club wns concluded on Saturday, lG'.h inst. The aonditions"\ver« seven ahoU at 600 and COO yurds ranees, the limit lor.the shooting being 03. Following were the results, the Pte. A. B. Lnko .. Ptr. J. D. Cojkell,. Pee. K. Smith Pie. W. Clmiik . .. Cnpt. II. A. Biaiakur Pto. W. Unaoby . ... Pta. G. II. Losehy.. Pte. J. Fmscr Sergt. tl. 0. Smith . PtP. 0. Hnnil>r'nl(;e Mojov J. Nnpior .. Corp. NV. KMir,or .. Pro. W. Mohr Pie. W. llumhtiiluB Plo. W. Fitzneiuld Pte. T. 0. Smith .. Pto. S. T. Troy Pic. .J. Nicliolls . Pip. A. J. R"ko .. Pto. II L, liiadokci' : Pie. U. Ciuey .. "Pio. \y. D.-hmont Pie. J. S.' Olerkon Corp. H. J. Ellfmoro Pie.M. J I'lunn , Pio. E. W'hituker Pie. A. J.CImlker.. Pl8..P. Hinos' . , Plo. J. M'Use Pie. Hopsou ., ze winnorB ■ j 500 GOO ll'cp. 1"l. 30 30, 5 03 22 27 14 GH 23 31 8 02 2G 23 ' C CD. 25 28. 8 69 25. 80 3 58 so 25 3 58, 2! 22 13 58 31 22 3 58 31 21 • :;4. 5ti 31 19 0 50 23 22 0 ...

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An Explosion at Moss Vale. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 June 1906

Jlii Explosion Jit Moss Ya-le. The 6tillne83 of'thejtwilight air, at Moss Vale wa< disturbed ou Thursday night by a loud report, resembling vary closely tlio concussion caused by the going off of a can non, the souud being distinctly heard on tliej very outskirts of the town.' But the warn-, iug sound was not the forerunner of a foreign invasion, it being confined to the vicinity of Mr. F. L. Toose's business promises, wliero a gas explosion bad shattered one of his new acetylene arc lamps into myriads of piecea, a number of which flew into ' the popular proprietor's face, inflicting numerous gasUee of.a more or less painful character. It hap period iu this way : Mr. Toose has lately hod an acotylene gas plant sot up for lighting his premises, two large aro lamps haviug been fixed in position in front of the shop only on Thursday. Unfortunately for him the tap | connecting withthe main reservoir must liavo been left turned on. Ho proceeded to light one of these for the fi...

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

GOOD THINGS TO EAT.— Now this is to many people a pro saic subject, but it would 1)8 a very difficult tiling indeed to find anyone whonn.it does not interesi.«p " As hungry as a hunter " is a ver) old simile, but not even the heartiest appetite objects to dainty cookery. .Every housewife knows that tlio oven plays 1111 important part in tbo economy of the kitchen, and unless her pies, cukes, and scones issue thorefrom light and tasty her labour is practically thrown away, and discontent rules in the hom«. Now, there is 110 oi-nision for any unpleasantness like this, as Du. Wauuh'k J'akino Powdek, which isobtninablo from any storekeeper, will prevent its occurrence ; for all users are agreed that for turning out first-class cookies Dn. Wauohs' ia unequalled, ©

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

The "Daisy" Shearing iachine. We have been making Sheep Shears for over 175 Years, with the result that our vasi and varied experience tells us that the BURGOU "OHUSY" machines -Are Unequalled. We can also supply you with the "WOLSEILJEY Yjfpe" Handpiece Of our Manufacture. BURGON SHEEP SHEARING MACHINE COMPANY (BUBGON & BALL Ltd.), Sydney. XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX Special valuo in.... Men's Hainproafs. Able for "THE FEDERAL" RAINPROOF OVERCOAT. federal Rtiuproof Overcoat?; aro Porous, will keep out the Rain, and you will not perspiro when wearing & Fedoral Rainproof Coat. FEDERAL RAINPIIOOFS. Finish and Shapo tho Latest, 80/-, 40/-, 45/-, 50/-. CHESTERFIELD FEDERAL RAINPROOFS. New Season's .Shape, in Navy, Grey, Black, Brown, Fawn and Mixture.... 21/-, 25/-, 30/-, 35-/, 42/-, 45/-. CHESTERFIELD FEDERAL RAINPROOFS. In Black and Whito Tweeds, 550/-, 40/-, 45/*, 00,'-. Pi84 SU. Horderns. TH E "FE...

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
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The Scandalous Meat-Trade. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 June 1906

The Scandalous Meat-Trade!! In "Life" for June, Ds. Filcheit reprints the very latest contribution to the tinned meat scandal. in the nh-ipo of an atticle from tbe pen of Sinclair, the muri who wrote "The Jungle," and who was l»r,<ply respon aiblo for the whole exposure. When "The Jungle" first appeared, Mr. J. Ojjden Armonr, head of one of the greatest of the moat-packing companies, wrote a snries of articles, which wero at onec a defonco of the Beef Trust and a donial of the charges made in "The Jnuglo." In the article which "Life" reprints, Mr. Sinclair gives his op ponent the lie direct, and asserts "I know that he has his finger npon every detail of the packing-house business ; and therefore I know that in the statements following, Mr. Armour wilfully and deliberately states what he absolutely mid positively knows to be falsehoods." This is pretty straight ta'king, bat Mr. Siuolair produces strong evidenoo to •back up his statements. At this time, when Amerioa is so ...

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
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HOUSE OF GOOD REPORT. MR BALFOUR ON THE COMMONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 June 1906

. HOUSE OF GOOD REPORT. MR BAUFOUR ON THE COM ; - ' MONS. . /Mr-'Balfour, who was present at the Mansion. House at a banquet .'.given to the masters.pf the City.livery Companies! last night, writes-the "Express? «of.30th ! MarchV gave' the'.House of ^Commons -an! excellent testimonial, ; | ' "Bad as the-present House-is; In its' ' political opinions;" he said,. ".there, are; no. signs of; decadence which the pro phets of- evil-are so ready to put; on re-, 'cord.,. , • • ] "Of course there are. ups and downs', that I do not believe that the level of 'speaking In1 the'House of Commons has diminished. I do not .believe that the House of Commons' mannors have de teriorated. , "My conviction is that if any one studies in detail the annals of the past as far as they have been preserved to ( us, he will find a larger number of what ! wore called 'scenes* than ho will .find at I the present time. | "I am confident that the character of the House of Commons, the purity of its motives, its ab...

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

Write for Patterns. .The LOW PRICES will astonish you 11 ALL GOODS FORWARDED POSTAGE FREE. (SYDNEY'S I30>E2i5.E, SHOPPING HEADQUAHXERS), .THE BEST HOUSE FOR DRESS MATERIALS, SILKS, MANCHESTER, BLANKETS. CURTAINS, LACES, RIBBONS, GLOVES, JACKETS, COSTUMES, BOOTS, etc., etc. St -will pay &<a> Eaiasr dlis?©©4 £o?©jm fcfii© JESwsiesfc Bliop in Ssrctneijy, I.SJQJPlT'JPSrJDJRESlS^S?. —

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

FUTURE PEERESSES When any one talks of'tho. degenera tion of the race, they should attend some ot the musical comedies. There they will . see beauty in all its forms,'beauty slight and fragile, beauty high-bred looking and haughty, beauty staturesquo nnd graceful. The collection of lovely women on the stage In .England Is unique "The Graphic." ! Practical Politics. — Dolly (with tho. mirror): There's uo end to tlie Impu dence of some men. One of these politi cal agents called o«" me "this nfti'rnooif and asked mo If I would persuado liiy iiusband to vote for women's snll'iii«e. Polly: And wlmt did .von say? Holly: Say my dear? 1 fold him pretty quickly that I thought women have to. sutTur fjuitc enough as It Is, aud 1 shut tUe door in his lace.

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GERMAN CHILD HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 June 1906

aunSIAN CHILD HUMOR. Tito following instances of children a un conscious humor arc supplied by the "Neues Weluer Journol":— "In answer to the question, "What is u tunnel?" .ilttla Ludwlg replies, "It is a tuu nel when a mountain grows over.the railway. A littlo boy ohco noticed some boxes on tho platform of tho railway station with tho , form of a bottle stamped on them. "What noon the bottle moan, mamma?" ho asked. His mother told him that it meant that the boxca must bo hnndled with care, because;thcy con tained breakables. MOb," replied the littlo fellow, "I wish you would put.a bottle on my trousers, mother, so that' father would not boat mo so hard." Littlo Fritz had boon punished, and wns heard to sigh,. -'.Why do you sigh so deeply?" lie was asked.c- Be cause I should like to have a son .whom I could whip, too," he answered.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NOT AT ALL SURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 June 1906

NOT AT ALL SURE. A. Devonshire drayman returning to the farm late at night arrived In a stato of hopeless Intoxication, with his waggon and pair of horses. Ills workmates, acelng his condition, unharnessed the horses, and atabJed them for the night, nnd, having nmdo him comfortable In the waggon, left him to Bleep it off. Waking in the small hours of the morning, he rubbed his eyes and, after solemnly «ur veylng the surroundings, thus soliloquised: "Do 01 Ol or bcan't 01 01? If 01 bo 01, Oi'vc lout two 'ori-cs, and if 01 bean't 01, ever, the class "snltchcr" was ready, as usual, Willi full information. "It's a pin lie's got," lie sold, trium phantly. ' "Tako it away from him and bring It here, " said the teacher. Tho offending pin was brought to her, and there was no more troublo from Arthur. Presently It was Arthur's turn to read, but instead of standing up as tbo rest had done, ho sat still and looked scared. "Well, why don't you go on with tho read ing?" said the teacher. "If you...

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
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ALWAYS IN THE FASHION. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 June 1906

ALWAYS IS' T!!U FASHION. 2 i . , *' Hiigt* of dye, iilit! the wonts dr/salter r' °"ld a mtlc elrl t0 " man^ fashionable color?" echoed tad shop-; cloS" d0" 1,1,0 Waul " tor: -*8° "! "Well," replied the girl, "the doctor Fava in a has btomach trouble, and she ought to diet And ma says If i;hr? has to dye sho might as well dye It n fashionable color."

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HALF-BREED INDIAN. TORTURES HIS WHITE WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 June 1906

HALF-BREED INDIAN. TORTURES ' ins WHITE WIFE. . Edward Br'uce, a woll-educat-Kl and rich half-breed Indln^ was sentenced to fourteen years In- prisort' for attempting to kill his wife recently. Mrs Bruce is-about''twenty-two years old. of pleasant, featirres and fine figure. She concealed from her relatives for a time the Inhuman treatment she was subjected to by tyer. husband. Early In December,, after her husband had beaten her, she'.escaped. Scantily clotlicd;. nearly blinded by Her swollen eyes,.and with blood streaming down her face, .she ran out of the house and to the residence of relatives. Then she caused his arrest. The grand jury found an in dictment containing sixteen-counts. . The charges were attempting to kill his young wife and.treating her in the most cruel-manner,. Including the'''sealing of her flesh with rod-hot irons,' tying her up . by.hei jiandii until she became uncon scious, bruising her. face, with Ills fisis until slie whs' unable to see, juccrailiu: her f...

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MATRIMONIAL COMEDY. A QUEER BRIDEGROOM. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 June 1906

MATRIMONIAL COMEDY. A QUIDEII RIUD15GR00M. "A matrimonial .comedy," .was coun sel's clcscriptioii of a case iu wliich a woman lias .been'.'(awarded L50 at the I'Tyrone Assizes. : .Mrs.Blleu.SIcCulingli was a widow ■ with three children, and the defendant, . Francis McCullagh,. was a.widower with •Tour daughters.. He was, in debt and ■ was threatened with ejectment,for non payment of rent. . Under'theseclrcuni 'stances lie conceived n.givut admiration for the plaintiff* and so successfully pressed his suit Hint they were married in 1903. On the day lieforo 'the inar lliigo the plaintiff advanced him L5 with which to, btiy his we<Uliiig salt. Not only: VMS'-the defendant destitute of a Bult of .wedding clothes, but lie had' no money id pay the clergyman, ami tin; plaintiff liiul. to leiid:hini: LI for that purpose.;-". ;•••.' ■ After the marriage McCullagh -'and thepiaintiff went to live on the defen dant's farm, and from time to time~ the -plaintiff' advanced sums of money...

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SMILED IN HIS SLEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 June 1906

SMILED IN HIS SLEEP. 'Twas night, and the editor lay In bed and thought of the weary day ho had Just passed, of-his .aching head, and tho bills he had" to pay... t r Ho watched tho stars through his window peep, andi Cynthia's silver, beams; till *nls eyes grow tired a'nd' lie tell asleep aud passed to the land of dreams. Ho slept and dreamed till the morning broko andthe day begari'lts race,, and tho wife who lay. • by ... hfo^sldO; awoke.and ..gazed on his placid, faco;.,. - She looked'and .saw on life'face a light liko tho sun's "first*! golden ray^that softly kiBses tho mountain's ■ height o'o^tho .darkness flics •away.. r Then eho nudged his arm,: for it was Umo .to rise,-as tho clock* was-striking seven, aud asked as ho rubbed'his'sleepy eyes, "Did you dream you wero In heaven?" ' "Oh! not quito that, my Ipve," said he, "but it made my heart so glad. I dreamed that a man. came In to mo aud gave mo a full-pago I 'ad' (advertisement)/' • v

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

PROVED EFFECTIVE. A certain Irish butler -imbibed too ireoiy. and his master, a doctor, wns in the habit of rending out to lilrn every dreadful story that appeared about drink lu. tha papers. One day ho cnnie across an account or an old woman who had so saturated herself with alcohol that when blowing out a candle her breath took flro. The doctor thought this would provo most efficacious an a deterrent, and accordingly ho read It aloud, with all elocutionary ompbaslB. When ho had finished he sald:.; • "Now, I hopo tills dreadful story will bo a warning to you." -You see yourself what might happen If you keep on drinking." "Oh, faith, It will be a warning, sir, was tho man's reply; "I'll, hover again blow out a candlo as long as .I live!"

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A Train of 57 Carriages and 6 Engines. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 June 1906

A Train of 57 Carriages and G Engines. ■ Sunday, 8th April last, w«b the 62nd iiri.-;,. niversary of tho running -of the firat ex cursion train from London to Briglion; The ordinary 8.80 train from Londou Bridge was delayed for nearly half-au-bour by the immense (lumber of passengers. It at last slarted, sayB a contemporary account, with "forty-five carriages and four engines j at New Cross it was joined by six m>ra car: riages and another engine ; and at Croydon by anothor six carriages aud a sixth engine. Tho greatost apprehensions prevailed .at Briphtoii until 1.80, when the uionBter train of fifty-seven carriages and six engiues steamed safely into the terrainuB."

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A SCHOOL FROCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 June 1906

A SCHOOL FROCK. I The sketch shows a dress very popular for cold weather wear. The yoke and . belt could be of green velveteen. The | back Is box pleated In the same way. Tho fastenings under the pleat, a red leather belt could be worn. F,or the elder girl of 12, I should advise a pleated skirt with a blouse bodice (not a sailor) with a cream vest or. chemisette.

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

INFLAMMATORY KHEUilATiStf. Auvone who has ever experienced thM excruciating nnd Alrnoat n?)W«ruljlo pmns inoid»nb to IiiflxminH tnrjr Rhmimatmn will ho iplutiHeri. to kno that j»r'»»np? Te!i<'f may fee lm<l by apply;nir i'h>imW : Viii'* l'<iin-Halm.' Tho firs* uppHciitio- giv s v • lirf, or y 11 (inn Imvu your money haul;. For Bale by ; D. Murg.ui, OhtMiilat .

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