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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 June 1906

General News. A cyclist at Sarnen, Switzerland, dashed • through a wooden barrier on the edge of a precipice 2000ft deep.- ' ■ • > . Oitnloth—72 iuoh width; good pRitprne, special ■ laluo 2/0 yard, at Hill JJios.

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IMPROVED MANURE-SPREADER [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 June 1906

IMPROVED MANURE-SPREADER The value of farmyard manure for the various crops has long been realised by farmers, and it is used extensively, the only drawback in the past having been the trouble Involved In spreading it This, however, does not exist now, for there are numerous mechanical contriv ances for distributing the manure. A new manure spreader has 'been invented in Scotland, which has proved itself of great value. At competition at shows it has won a gold modal and two or three sil ver ones. The spreader is attached to any form of farm cart, and has two road wheels, one going on top of the drill and the other in the furrow. It can be re gulated to any width of drills, and it Is f.-i designed that It con put down the manure in any desired thickness. Tbo man in charge of the cart Corks the man ure into the hopper of the machine, and, talcing one drill at a time, the proccsa of spreading is accomplished in one opera tion, and is muoh better done than la possible by hands, the dun...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 June 1906

OOLTO THAT HAKG C»N. S »fppquontly Fottle on' tbo-luuR^, Mvl ro/uilt iu p« oumoniu or consumption. (D* not tttko«hau«iK* ot ' ft'oold-wo -rihg'away; or expelim'jrit with unknown prOi'Hmtioi.s that wiiloulv half miro it; and' you wkb a peJm's ihrOit or luair troiib e*. At t.hi» | Htht hign of a cold, omnincnre likiuir fthani'n-clmu's i Cimgh K«mcdy, ft*r it cu-H*»ou^hs»md'oM*qm kiy ( 1)y removing thocaua- of thq. o'-mpluini.. awl pre V"nU pneumonia»r consumption. JPdra.*i!u by 1). Morga--,Choniict. - ' - Fof Children's Hacking Cou^h ai Night, Woods' Great Peppermint Corn. Is fid.

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FARM AND FIELD. Sale of an Alleged Diseased Bull. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 June 1906

FARM AND FIELD. Sale of an Alleged Diseased Bull* I The "Sydney Mail" gives a report of a case tried at the Murwillumbah Police ' Court, Now South Wales, last week,, •when John Manly Shivrpe was charged with having, in November last, sold to Robert Millis a bull alleged to have been diseased. The action was brought under section 47 o£ the Cattle Slaughter ing- and Diseased Animals Act. A re mand had been granted, in order to al low a post-mortem examination ol the bull whlcli was held last week, In we presence of two veterinary surgeons. . Plaintiff's veterinary deposed that tne bull was In an advanced stage of tuber culosis, one lung being: almost rotten. His opinion was that the bull had the disease from the time it was bom. He was very emphatic that the animal wa I diseased at the time it was sold. Defendant's veterinary deposed that the bull was merely In the first stage of the disease, the lungs being healthy, and, ex cept for a few cysts containing pure matter, there was nothi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 June 1906

Energy, Ambition, Cheerful ness, Strength, a Splendid Appetite, and Perfect Health P 0" fj may .ba aeenred by oil who follow th* example of the young lady who givea thto . toatimonlal: 14 Every. spring, for years, X uaod to hAYA Intolerable headuciios r.m\ total loss of en orgy, so that tl;o season which should bo wctcomod by mo wj»» u dread; for, as thft warm, plcimn: days trrived, thoy brought to mo Ja&sliudo and iiaiu. A friend advJwd Q29 to tako 1 commouccd using It and have notlmdeluoo then thiv flv«t nyinptom of headacho. My ftjipotitu isfij?!ondid,Mid I jicrforin my duties villi a cUectCulticsftaiwl imerpy thatsurpriao myself. I.lnko pjcasuro in tolling nil,my friondsof t}iu merit of Avcr'o Saraaparillfl, and tho liapjiy roauUB of its uso/* There ate many imitation Sarsaparilias. Ba sure you get "AYER'S." Prepared by fh*. J. C. AyjrA Co., LotcII, Mam., U.S. k* ATXB*S PILLB, tho beat family InmUvo. Pi&i&o for tf&e cottage Koume; line tos&amp...

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHAKESPEARE. HIS UNDYING POPULARITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 June 1906

SHAKESPEARE. HIS UNDYING POPULARITY. !Mr Sidney Lcc, the foremost living authority on the life of Shakespeare, has in the "London Magazine" a very in teresting article on the popularity of the poet. No very precise statistics of the I circulation of Shakespeare's works are, Mr Lee savs, available:— "The collection of Shakespcareana in the National Library at the British Mu seum Is the largest in the world, but it is by no means exhaustive. . . Nine years ago the section of the printed cata logue of the British Museum dealing with Shakespeare was published sepa rately. The independent entries num bered some 4000. Nearly 500 additions have since been made to this total. The books are in all languages, including very many in Russian, Icelandic, Ser vian, Polish, and Bohemian. Several of the works are in numerous volumes, ranging from forty downwards." The total number of separate volumes which are identified with Shakespeare's work in fhe National Library cannot fall short of 20,000. A...

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FAITH IN LIBERALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 June 1906

FAITH IN LIBERALS. The representatives of the Progres sives and Responsible* at the recent conference offered Hot Volk manhood suffrage ond electoral districts on the Uncs of the old districts. General Botha and Mr Esselen were inclined to accept theso terms, hut Mr Smuts opposed them on the ground that the Drltish Liberals would give the Boers better terms. -"News," Pretoria.

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FRENCH STRIKES. STRUGGLE OF THE CLASSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 June 1906

FRENCH 7 STRIKES.'j •STRUGGLE OF.THE"CLASSES. ' ; : A special correspondent sends "Public Opinion" the following translation of an article in the Paris -'Figaro" of 8th; April:— . : "Though svo have become somewhat used during reeent:years to the spectacle of disorder :and .riot, it is not withoutia certain stupor.and real anxiety that we ■ read the accountsvof'the savagery com mitted. at various places, m the Sommc district, the strikers have burnt down the houses o£ the masters,, who .would,, without doubt, have been killed if they had not had.the time to (iy. In the Pas de-Calals. and at Toulon the workers who work are exposed to such intoier rablo persecutions that - certain of, them; have had to defend themselves-with mus-' kets and knives, and-have killed two of; ?their aggressors. .Where a strike is de- . clared, murder, pillage, and incen-; diarism become the ordinary programme' of 'the Unions. State officials are no better treated than the' representatives' of.capital. At T...

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
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The Wollondilly Press (LATE "BOWRAL FREE PRESS") 30.6.06. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 June 1906

&be Mallontulln jgress (Late "Bowrai. Free Prbss"). 30.6.06. Local ftiul General. A lantern entertainment Is to bo giion *n the Methodist SchooUhall, Bowral, next Monday night. Thu programmo will consist of illustrntoJ recituta and songs, and a pleasant availing id promised. Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, For Coughs and Golds, never fails. Application** for tho position of Hccrcttiry to iho B.D.A.H. and I. 8ociety close to-day. Word Una been received by Mr.'J. T. Wilson, first opsihtant at the District School, Bowral, of his hav ing paused in elevoit out 0/ twelve flubjpoifl in his oi animation lor fir«t-cli\8fl certiQoato ui Easter. Tlid examination conoludee with a second Bitting next linBter. Wo join with Mr. Wilson'* friends in con* giatulating iiim on hi* splendid socbans, which rra unfit will be vepeated in oven greator degree whan the next test cornea round. During tho week a pet of billiard balls had been etolen from iho Uowral Sahool of Arw, no trace of them having e...

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PICTURESQUE IDIOMS. SURVIVALS FROM MIDDLE AGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 June 1906

" PICTURESQUE IDIOMS. SURVIVALS FROM MIDDLE AGES. A very Interesting summary of the relics of the Middle Ages which survive In ordinary speech In this and other countries Is given by a writer in the "National Review." To begin with Judas, at the present day he Is hanged In effigy on each Good Friday from the yardarms of Spanish ships. In Provence he is hammered, and is, speaking generally, the Guy ;Fawkes of Catholic countries, " 'Cara de hereje,' 'face of a heretic,' in'Spanish, denotes a monster of ugli ness; 'esMmunlcato,' 'excommunicate,' 'sbatterato' apostate, having renounced one's baptism may be heard often on a Tuscan market day. 'Unbaptise me if I do not speak the truth' an Italian pea sant will say. ST. JOHN AND HIS LAMB, i. "For centuries in England, as still all ,-bver the world, Sr. John and his lamb and his cross were part of the furniture of all men's minds. It will be said of a. wicked old woman, 'She "would pervert the lamb n£ St. John.' "Our 'Shanks's pony' Is a me...

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Argyle Exhibit. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 June 1906

The Argylo Exhibit. In oonncction with il»e Ar#y|« exliibii at the ro. com Sydney show, n numbm* of ceriifkMion of u Jinntlfluitio'dcKcrt]ition havq boonwar-led, amnngel tbo.«e Pt'curiDK' Riimo locally h*lnj? Mr. Obna. Wifyht. Avocu, fur li iciMj, hninn, and lurJ : Mian Baikal.J. Alosu Vnlc, fruit unku; Mrs. SuiTnrd, KxoU?r, con* Jtetmncry; tho Musi'* MeCourt, haud-mada ham inouk; ixnd iho lioboVVHon A. hdJ (1. Society,,o.iliibit of pol(\toc<*, Tho ubovu oortillcnto^ can bo obtMtio \ from Mr 11. llifhnrdwn, Marts''Vile. Others Hi«uur» jur Qortitlcme* wore: rl\ J. SHutftoy, Yuan, cnrdmlM: \V. J. Uarllflit unil Co.. Goulbum, stout; 'l\ Grun yell (ioulburn. [ile.s and lurrn cctirv work j Ooulburn liugincerinK Works; eatiti»HR; A. Muiisum, (loul buin, fresh fruit*; Mian t«*niiliCul. Oonlbtirn, vego* tiblcis; fi.-li jf«8, Trtral^i, ohDCdu; 3. J. CiHn^han, YflUf, liouey; Loveii i^c nnl Hudson,' Uawral. trnchyto; C. H. Picknrd, 1'icton, brcud aiWbutchotV wniall goods, . ,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 June 1906

No OhtMnm, who dou^him vaat Agea The Phantom l'hilotmphor'fi St'mw, Hm hanJed down thiU whirh milages Tor throat iroublo aliY vys no pnm.\ Till Wool*. uftcr thirty ycjiid' itial, In ta«u boih cxhftiiMtivt) nail Hittu, : Uisoovared a olmrm to d»«fy nil — Wojih' Qfy;U I'v^pomtut Qtiro.

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 June 1906

. infIjAMMatouy umkimatisw. Anyono who hti* prnr nt|icr(on--n.l tli» axtviic-iatinif nnd #ini08t uuboir.iblo piiut to lulliiiumv lory lUiedinnt sm will ho [ilowil to Kiwi* tli.it priiiiSiit.raliuf in'iy lio liftil by npply'nij clmmbjf. Jnln'6 i'lifti U«lm. The first uppliuatimi gluii re lief- or ynu oft» linve jour iiloiioy baok. I'V nalo by D. Morgnu, Cli.'iiil't. Lowest prices ami liijjli quality goods —these two factors have combined to nnltc Mill Uros. tlio busy commercinl centre of the district.

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 June 1906

For.Oluonio Cliodt Complaints, . ' . Woods'Grcul Peppavolint Curt. . Aa<U»

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Moss Vale School Citizens' Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 June 1906

Moss Yale School Citizens' Committee. A mealing of the above was h id at tho school on Thursday afternoon. Dr. Stevenson (president) was in the chair, ninl there were present MuudstincB 0. S.. Toylor and G. Niaholson, Bnv. J. H. Craig. Messrs. E. 13. Row, H. W. Taylor, J. Maid ra ant, Armfwld, Dr. Leightou*Jone3 (hon. secretary), ond Mr. 1*V T. Dorman. Apologies for absence were received from Mrs. W. Poareo and McsarB. Hodgson, MoKonzie, and Wilea. Mr. How presented tho financial statement, which was to the effect thai a sum of £1 Qh had been re* ceivod in subscriptions since tho last meeting,-and tlioro wan now a credit balance of £1 Is 3d. Mr. How mentioned that Mr. Barman bad ropl&cod at hie own expense a numbnr of rose plants in tho school grounds at a oost of £1 os. in order that tho original numhor planted on the first Empire Day might bo maintained.-^Tho meeting unanimously thaoke l Mr. Herman for tho action he bad taken. A smalt acoount was also passed for payment. •...

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Trout-fishing License. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 June 1906

Troui-Ssliing License. A discussion on the above nabjbeft recently toot" i place in tbo-daily pre^a, whioh greatty oonoeYbefc: ! tho trout-fishing iDduafcry.. a» present in itS'initiaf stages at EobovtHOD and oihar party of tho diatrioV A number of auglern, apparently wealthy, and imbued with tho.idea that the fishing stream* of ! ;he etate should bo opea to them ezolusively, have j heen olamoring for a high licenso fee, in order that, tho trout should be preserved for sport more than i for food. It might have bean the correct thin^ to |. impose such a foo when trout fiabing was confined to one: or two streams, but now that tho number of trout streams has orop& into three figures, and the fish is-bocomingexoeodingly ploritiful, why impose a license fee at ali ? The fish is not at all suscept ible to the bait (ho we are- told), and all the more credit id therefore due to the patient angler who at. length lauds hU fiah. and right well is ho entitled ia his taaty meal aa a cans...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sale of an Hotel. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 June 1906

Bale of an liotol. Al Iho Xo. 2. Jury Oourt» Sydney, on Tlmrsiay, lijforu Mr. Jubilee I'rinn nnd a j«ry, Own^e Thomn ftiloy suud Thnmns LA'ctco?; f<5r £17 10*. ti'ctittiutitirion on tli«»-ttalo of nn hotel ni Vale. M ..M»uUrtjr;unvruotol hy Mr. N. 13, Qros?gv ap peared f«»» tho {liniuVifl, nn 1 Mr. U. C. Gale for ihy d-.fen lntn. ' > ' ■ I'lnlntifTa statement was thot dtifendnif nskfld him if h'Mjoul I find a Imyor for .the lnn«e of his hutel*. PinlntilT intra lucpd u Mr. .MucUintur, of Gonihurn, who bought the hoiul far JEH30. Defenlftnt denioi that lit* ha I in nny way author* isO'I or instructed 'plaintiff to fl'id a putolmser. Tbe jury returned n vordtol for thn dofonJuni.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 June 1906

■THE COMMERCIAL BANKING ; COMPANY of SYDNEY, Ltd..: [EiTiBLHMD 1834.] Capital paid up .. .. £1,COO,000. JU*m Fund " 1, J S)U,000 Bwcrre Cspiiil 1,000.000 ./! jw,ivo,ooo v .) BISIOTCM, d. J. Otht*. Chairma^ Hon. II. B. Kat«r,M.L.C., Dupnty Chairman: . Hon. Hantj Moms, M.L.C. H6n, Blshiird Jones, M.L.C. Hob. F. T. Horophory, >1 h C. lnDiTons. A. H. K. M»xn»l), E»q.. W. 1. Doekor, K»q. HEAD OPF1C.K, GEOItGE-ST, SYDNEY. T. A. Dibbs, General Muiiti^or. T. B. Qaden, AoniMnnt Manager find Chiet Inspector. A. J. Sontar, Accountant. W.C.B.Tiley, H.H. Masflio, W.H.Pinliey, Inapectoru. mXBBEST RATES ON F1XKD DEPOSITS. 1$ p«r oont. for 8 months. 8 perctut. for 12 monilii. S par e«n>. for 'A years. -10HB0S OFFICE, 18 MUOH1N-LANB. B.C. Dfcertera —F. 11. Dungar, K*q.; liuun W> Lovy, (•4,; Hon. H. S. LiuUlon.. M«n»sot— b\ A. Scrivenar. , _ Bian»kf% throughout iho Slata of Now South Yfalen and in Queenoland, / . X/ Aganoiet tliroiifjlioi.'t tlie world. .. Bowral Branch, GAVIN GEOBOIC, Manag...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 June 1906

.[estadlisheri 1872.] ; J. G. MORRIS & CO., auctioneers and valuators, house; land,, and .estate'agents:. Agents for Australian Mutual i'iro iniurants Co. ,, Victoria Fire insurance Co. ,, Colonial Mutual jjifo afsurnnoo social/. „ Minto Sturl i'ig niid 1'oultry Farm. „ Griffith arid.Alien, I'atont attornoys. Goods received at onr Rooms for Privrtto or ' Auction Solo. An attractive list ot Freehold Properties (or Solo.

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