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

HOMELY FARE. 1 ftpple Jeliy.-r-Wa/th the apples, cut them «in quarters, remove all imperfec tions ,anfl the "blossom end. -Place in -.a.1 kettle with.water .until .it -can be .seen; around fruit,Slmmqr until the. apples .are, pulpy. ' stirring frequently. Strain' through a cheesecloth' bag without1 squeezing* then^.stnain the Juice .again \ ' through va: i^udUn. ,>agr. . It, fho^jnice. sqems; .very, thick,Jadd. uVjiUle water j Measure and rallpri* three.-quarters ,of. a pound ofvsugarYr'a' tart. jeliy -js desired;"' and if a'^sweeti.1elly, allow a iuli>PQund<: to each ^pintjOfwjuice. poll/for ;.five*mln-; nte3,^ add thesjigar ■ an<l ^boi.l .a minute,, longer, Pour tinto glasses. For des- i scrta ond fanp^moiilds a very excellent/ jelly may,Abe Wade:from4,the-peelings: alone. CovefrSthb^parings ianjl lot'boll • until the substance is,out of themv tb.cn strain. Boll u${the sugar and.water, in the same proportion;- add the juice of one lemon tot<m...

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DR. DANYSZ'S EXPERIMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 June 1906

DB. DANYSZ'S. EXPERfMlLNTS. The Federal Government Inn ^ivon the tiecetsiiry permission for the breaking of tlin seuls that hold Dr. Duny'z's microbe, but nothing . will be done in i he in |er till the scientist's retain to Sydney'from a trip to (lie Warren and Oobar dis-rict, - whither lie lms gone to make erime investigation con coruiug the reporttid outbreak of a fatal epi demic amoncst rnbbits. There need there in! be no unnneeisary delay in procec-dinj! with the hiborRtory experiment?, which ure to be c rried out uuder the supervision of Or. Tidswell, ti repieseutative of the Federal Government.

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

S&W'IAIUjE Sfionrvl-IIand liioyolcH for SALE or Hiru Hi S. R. BEEli'S Cycle Depot, Bowrnl. SYDNEY AGENTS FOtt THIS PAPI5I1, FILI< COPIES OF WHICH MAY BE SEEN AT xnism rooms, 123 pitt-st. THE London Dir OBTAINING over 2000 puses ot condenaed couimwatnl matter, enables enterprising (rudei-fl throughout the l&tnpito to keep in closo touch with tbe trade ol t ho-Motherland* Boeides himifi a cnui*. plete commercial guide 10 London and its suburbs, the London Directory contains lifts ol;— EXPORT MERCHANTS with tho goods Ihey ship, and Lho Colonial and Foreign markets they Bupply ; STEAMSHIP LINES ' Arranged under the Porte to which thuy sail, and ndicatiiig the approximate sailings; PROVINCIAL APPENDIX of .Trade Notices of Leading Manufacture™, Mer chants, etc., in tho principal provincial towns and; industrial centres of the United Kingdom. . Colonial Entries are accepicd at I'hrco Shillings per line of 28. Utters. A copy of-the 1900 edition will bo forwarded, ...

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CANNIBALISM. HORRIBLE STORY FROM SIBERIA. A TRIBE SELF-DESTROYED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 June 1906

I CANNIBALISM. HORRIBLE STORY FROM SIBERIA. A TRIBE SELF-DESTROYED. An account of a remarkable case of cannibalism comes from Sredne-ICo lymsk, in the province of Yakutsk, East ern Siberia, writes the St. Petersburg correspondent of the London "Dally Mail" on 1st April; A tuember of the tribe of Yukagirs, a dying race, was in December .last brought to Sredne-Kolymsk and lodged in gaol. According to the "Nasha Shish," he and his daughter are charged with having eaten the man's nephew, whom ho killed at the entreaties of his daugh ter. After that the Yukagir, though ho had caught a swan, continued to cathu-. man flesh, because he had acquired a taste for .it. The ..elder of the jtribo said, that he discovered the cannibal's daugh ter in the act of devouring a boiled hu man head. , The explanation of this atrocious cub-; torn is to be found in the fact that ^fam ine ig chronic in the district of Koiymsk. Seven members of the Yukagir's family having died of starvation before his eyes, t...

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ANDROCKS REDIVIVUS. A LION'S GRATITUDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 June 1906

ANDROCKS REDrVTVTJS. A LION'S GRATITUDE. " John Burroughs, the naturalist, was laughing about the story widely pub lished not long since, of n wild duck that got a salt water mussel caught on Its tougue, and had intelligence enough to fly from the salt to tlie fresh water, where it dipped the mussel, sickening it through osmosis, and thus causing It to loosen its linn grip. "1 believe that story of the duck that understood tjie theory of osmosis," said , Mi' Burroughs". "I believe it as im plicit/ as 1 believe the story o£ the crippled lion and the young lieutenant. "A young lieutenant, during an Afri can campaign, came one day upon n badly crippled lion. The great brute limped over the tawny sand on three paws, holding its fourth-paw in the air. And every now and then, with a kind of groan, it would pause uad lick ttie in jured paw piteously. "When tlie lion saw tlie young_ lieu tenant it came slowly toward him." He stood his ground, rifle: in hand. But. the beast' meant no harm. I...

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Preventing Blight in Potatoes. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 June 1906

Preventing Blirclit in Potatoes. Mention was made a few weeks back of Uie success achieved by Mr J. O. East wood, of Tongaporutu, Taranalti, New Zealand, in growing potatoes free from the blight which has wrought such havoc in (Tops generally. Mr Eastwood In forms the "Taranaki Herald" that the remedy, or rather preventive, he uses wns employed by his father.In the West Indies as a precaution against blight in the arrowroot and ginger crops, which take disease very readdily. Ho has been using this specific with his potato crops at Tongaporutu for Ave years, and hua not once had them effected by blight, al though his neighbors have suffered. He usea it also for other crops,soaking onion seed, peas, etc., in a solution before sow ing, and the effect Is always good. The specific ,is made up of 61b| of sulphate of ammonia and fiib. of nitrate of potash, . dissolved in 25 gallons of water, appro- j .ximately 4oz of each to a gallon of water, and the same strength is used for ! ail seeds....

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THE VINEYARD. SOME RESULTS WITH PASTEURISED WINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 June 1906

THE VINEYARD. SOME RESULTS WITH PASTEURISED WINES. At the last wine show held in Ruther glen, two first prizes were awarded to wines in the Vlticultural College cellnis. One was Cor claret, any vintage, and the other for a collection of £our varie ties of dry wines, any vintage. It is not usual for Government establish ments to exhibit in competitions (writes Mr M. d'A. Burney, late viticultural ex pert to the, Victorian Department o£ Agriculture), but special permission was granted in this case, in order that the vinegrowlng public might be placed in a position to accurately compare pasteur ised wines with those untreated, and judge tor themselves the result of this method.of treatment, The wines which won the above-mentioned prizes were pasteurised in August, 100 i, that is to say, some four months after manufac ture, with a Salvator machine, kindly lent to the Department of Agriculture by Mr C. Van de Velde. The wines were clarified prior to treatment, and were pumped through the...

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OLD RECOLLECTIONS. THE TORTOISE AND THE DOME OF ST. PAUL'S. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 June 1906

OLD RECOLLECTIONS. THE TORTOISE AND THE DOME OF ST. PAUL'S. ■Mr H. G. ICeeno's newly published re collections, "Here and There," comprise, , among other pood things, some good stories. Incidentally the book supplies some curious ditficulitics of fixing the origin 6f a story. For example, there is the story, of the tortoise and the dome .of'st. Paul's, usually attributed to Syd ney. A lady was asked why she was stroking a tortoise, and said she did it "to please the tortoise." Sydney Smith remarked, "You might as well stroke the dome of St. Paul's to please the Dean and Chapter." Now, according to Mr Keene, it was the late Sir Frederick Pol lock, the Queen's Remembrancer, who first made this amusing simile. More over, Sir Frederick asked Lady Holland if she meant to quote it in her forthcom ing "Life and Letters of Sydney Smith," 1 and if Sydney Smith had actually 'mado the remark. "Gh, indeed he did," she I replied: "for I have seen the tortoise." - j Another curious example is supp...

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THE LADIES' COLUMN. USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 June 1906

THE LADIES7 COLUMN. USEFUL HINTS). .Leather that has become dull and shabby-looking may be very much im proved in appcarance by being rubbed over with the white of an egg, well beaten. See that the sides or wall of your meat safes are occasionaly scoured with soap, or soap and slaked, lime. All places where provisions are kept should bo so constructed that a brisk current of cool air can be made to pass through them at will. A floor should never be swept in a room where there is a contagious patient. It should be washed with a cloth dipped in borax water, so that no dust annoys the patient and no assort ment of germs are flung up in the air to drift out of the window. If you have a covered pan in which to roast meat, never open it to baste the meat. Keep covered from first to last. The idea is that the pan is full of steam, which penetrates the fibre of the meat. If desired to brown the outside, leave the cover off a short time in a quick oven. In kitchens where cockroaches are foun...

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THE NEGLECTED SNAIL. "LANCET" TO THE RESCUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 June 1906

. THE: NEGLECTED' SNAIL. • 'XANGET" TO THE RESOtJE. ; - A.dish of snails, the "Lancet" observes, is hardly ever seen in this country, al though in Spain and in France this mol-. lusc is a fairly common article of food amongst the poor, while it is held Mri great esteem by the gourmet when it is stewpfl and garnished, with -.herbs and condiments. This suggestion that the snail should form.a-cheap artido of food in this country has been revived and there is-nothing to be said against the proposal from a dietetic point of view, for properly cooked the snail is both nutritious and tasty. _Ifc has. indeed been called "the poor man's oyster," though we do not remem ber to have seen lt^aten raw. We know, however, that-it makes an excellent fish sauce. Possibly also a few snails in a steak and kidney pudding would in crease the tastiness of this popular food. According.to analysis, very nearly 90 per cent, of the solid matter of the snail is proteid matter available directly for repairing t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 27 June 1906

An Afmandale Tribute. A GREAT KHSITSCITATIOH Tlio Cctao of Mr. H. 8WJITH. (T?y a Special Reporter.) At No. 83 Nelson-atreet, Annandala, lives Mr. Herbert Hmith, who was re-, [■liiitly paid a visit by u speoial writer* in order that the subjoined informa tion should bo given to oiu\ readers,. Jlr. Smith 'answered the proisman's query by Buying :—■'■■ ."lei ; -I'm".the man you're looking for, ana any of my customers could tell you■■".what''ani alteration thero is in, mo sint-o . I took Clements Tonic a whilo back/ X'revioua to -that' I had been under a doctor,', and had taken dozens of bottles of. majiaino. but 1 might as jyc.U' havo.thrown it-all away.. 1'eoplo-oomi'ns into , my, shop .used t to ; remark how, III. 1 looked; and if I ace anybody now 'appearing - to bo sick 1 always tell them about Clements To-" nic,. and..what, it ,;did ;for',mo.. ,■ And . there's no doubt it made a .now "man of mc, for beforo I took it .1 was lit for nothing;; 1 could hardly turn a hand to anything w...

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London Temperance Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 27 June 1906

Loudon Temperance Kosftitai; TboiBiabop of London presided., over tbo thirty-third aunnal meeting, mid made an oppeal for £10j0Q0,to.euliir(je. Lho premises... The report showed tbaf cint'. of: a .toCal. of: cases numbering .some 25,000, only seventy five bad been, treated with alcohol. Sir Williaiii Collins stilted that the death-rate compared favourably with' that of fliry other medical institution in London. Since 1884,/ it was said, there bad been a remarkable re^, dnction in tbo amount spent on alcohol in the niuetoen London general hospitals, .

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Proposal to Buy a Racecourse. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 27 June 1906

Proposal toi Buy a Eacecourse. At the annual meeting of the Moss Vale Jockey Club last week, one of those pre sent referred to a probable difficulty in the way of regularly being able to obtain the use of the Bong Bong course for the meetings of_the club. At the time it was thought there would be little to; fear"!in this respect, but since the meeting aVcou:' pie of theleading spirits bave'been devis ing ways ami means whereby the "Moss •Vale Jockey Clubmight possess a course of its own. The proposal, which we be lieve-is receiving the favorable considera tion of the members, is that about 50 acres of the Austerniere Estate, in a desirable position, on the Berrima road, be pur chased with a Tiew:. to, establishing,."ia conrse. One prominent gentlemau in local sport has promised, should. the pro ject be adopted, to take out 30 shares,' and guarantees to have the whole amount subscribed in - this way within.-a 'week. We understand the land will cost '£$ per acre. .A number of those. i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 27 June 1906

THE LAST DAYS OP THE , CYCLORAMA.' of tlio of .Sydney, .the/Cyclnr* ama, is ab->iit to pass away for ever. Thisremark Ahte eshibition,' which has/drown within its hu..'e walls, over fifteen hundred ihousancl people during its 18 years existence, wiH-wUlun/ft-.few weelm be" a thing of the past. It is the orily^ohe in Australia, and ihero is not likely-to ho another. When in .tho City you should givo it a last fond look. ' Oiiclothr-72 inch width; good patterns; special value 2/6 yard, at Hill Bios. 0OIjT>3 THAT H/VNll nN*. : S-1 frequently -ottle onS the and revolt in pneumonia ov consumption'. Do not hik-vVihuT^.c; of i a cold wt» riu^ uwjiVv ot cxpaaiu-tit with luilcuowa ■ pro^aratiora that will only half enre it,. and. loavo you with a HorioiiB ihroat; or lun# troub.So., A t ilio rirsfc nigrrof a cold; Gumuienfto taking Chamberlain's Ooujjh liomedy, for it cu-en nou^ha niul^oldftqHiiokly by removing tho-cuufw of tho o-.>mp'aiui, and pro •v-'-nt.-* pheutuonitt r*r consuiup...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 27 June 1906

Death, ' 1 Much sympathy will be extended to Mr. T; Ui>nvngi>, of Tuiro, Balmoral, Into (if Bowral. in (ho deuih uf hid si«ti>i' Isahcll, which tool: place on tlio O'.h nf May . at lior Ift.o iouililnce,' Wa'.erliVdroad, Dublin, -'Ire-' lnuil. Tlie di<couBbd, : \vlm' \vati a dmiglrer of ujti.iniH T. R. Bouyugt'^Eiiiq., \\tub well con-' nnott'dj being a sister of 0. W. Bonyngp, I'riiices Gn'e, Hyilo Park, London ; ' B«'v. .Dr.in.iiij'Ligei M.A.'-T.C.I),, reotor of Mill? town' Mnji.iay, Irol&ild ;V! and : \V. Bniiyngo, presidt iii of »liu Commercial and National Bank, Lus Anglos. . .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 27 June 1906

Doctors, lawyers, ministers, hank ers, inorohauts, business rneu every where, ftllroly upon Ayor'a. Cherry Poo toral, whonevcr thoy bavo a cough or a oold. They keop It on hand, at .3 thoirliomo, at their ■. t .place. o{ 'business. Thoy carry it with them whon they travel.. They say there is nothing so bad for a oougli aa coughing, and there Is nothing so good ior a cough as It is the best romo<ly In tho world for coughs, colds, croup, whooping cough, influenza, and all throat and lung troublos. There aro many substitutes and Imitations. Beware of them and of so-callod "Gonuino Cherry Pectoral." Be sura you got AYElt'S Chorry PoctoraL Put up in largo and email bottles. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell. Mo3»., U. S, A. esse:?:: No matter win at you waiml tlhe 8 Ii a p e of| Musical Io»' stria ments ^ Palizmgfs cam supply you at low er pdees t:!*air& any ©tl^er Harm. Hand Inotru. laing s 338 Goai-fto St. H Sydney || Mil. i-:ni) j|&33ESS3S^£3S...

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Fall From a Telegraph Pole. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 27 June 1906

Fall"Eroiff1''a Telegraph Pole. . Mr. JfHun'e.rj toKigrfipli rcpnhor, whilst etigtwod iiivrupjiiring "llie liiiu lit, BiijTftwmig, luid-ii nui'rnw cgi'updfroin. wluit might Imvo proved » futul uccidi'iiti;. It iippvttrK flint'tlie Inlegrapli poll lit- was worjiiny on gave way,; pfcpii'itutiiig iiiiii a (li^lftiio« pf !i8 fuel. As ►ist'nnc- woa piociiml.'Yind he; wus driven fo Moss Villa, and thi-iico convoyed by'train to Miitag'iiug.'whrro melicul aid wis obtained. His coiidiiion is uol considered odious.

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How the Adjutant Won His Rank. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 27 June 1906

How the Adjutant Won His Iliuik. S. TI. M. Byprs. a voteran who fought u'illi ■ iSlU'i'iixin, "contributes itr) articla to "Harpm-V for May on "How Men Fell in lUule." lie tells una of h;s own experi ences : "I v/ns ordered to carry sumo ammunition to tlio boys lit I be 7ery front. Tlie regiment lay against tlio hillside umliir availing the. Oiio hardly dared lift his head above . the ground, fearing to :bo killed.. I got my hmnUt>B of cartridges lo the men .and.- sat down in-a depression in tliehillside. I was safe us,long as I did not move. Once more I hud aclianue to think, there; with, tbe linllcta;vTlnzxing:: witbiu ,'tliroo feet - of.: me..' We could go neither forward nor buck. We ••wore just silting around 'and beiug killed. Still the attack had not boon given up. Sitting -in ' thai protected spot, a ■ dozen fioldiorn, with bonds! bowed'.law, cront past mo." Eucli curried a musliet and a little bidder. They woro to make the desperate lUl'empt to try and place thhse laddei...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 27 June 1906

1 NFIjA MIIATORY R1I12U M A I'l S Ml Anvono who litia cvor aiporionveJ ths exiirnaiaHnf ■mil alinuHt uiiliairiililo p iins 11L to Iulhiu'iii tory UtinunmtK'u will, bii pluutkU to., hiiuw that jii'Minpt roll-il may ;Ko hiiil by npply nif Chumtjer -.rairt't Tho first upphcntiou % rr* r.i I:»'. oc yu RH'i li«y>> your moaoy luck. For sulo by Driloigiui, Cli'iui-it.

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A Speech of Promise. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 27 June 1906

A Specoli of Promise, • .■'■If.pm fonivincc follows.| runner, the speech <Ieli>'(!ied I'V Mr. C'lirntheiv hi ArnchlTo on M.-mil'iv ni-'lr.Hliniil'l murk u n>'w pru m Inn J ■'-i'1'lfvtuvii; . I lio ifii'iniur di'fii.itelv ph'dged ihr- Go'.i-iiiiiiMil lo tlip control of tlie Lnndd. Dcpiirlm'Tit |iy u citninijoii'in from pnlini'iil inflirnee.- 'In! ost'ililisliMiRnt of a nenv rli'iiiiiimiMil »f: ulosi.'r >o:ili ineiit mid .ngriciiliitir under Mr. A-hion. the i mined ml e .rc-itinplnti] of n iiuinhif of l»i'i<ii iwUto.i for R«ricnlunnl pnrposcH, mi inquiry nno i in - provoiiM'iit leasrg iiiipiopri ly obt'.inii d. ilic fui'thor opening up of niuiPcedMTy ■rust-rves, more ill tun lion t > ihn piactl -nl 1011 of ■'country children, advanoi'S of inmiry to de ■.vorvnm lnud .soUlers .with liinre! moans, and improved railway iTmniijjeiminl. Toe >p ecli, in short, wiih rnyohr.i innry. It uppems also lo Imvo thfi bVst projp-icia of nmiori'ihsittioii. All thut ...

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