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

C. H. Mahtead, ARCHITECT, •• WuV.niNoros," IJIJitltADOO. Dr. 11. Cratrford, SURGEON DENTIST, TOWN JTALf.} IJOWRAL. Nitrous Oxide Gag Administered. Offico'Houra, 9 u.ro. to 5 p.m. MRS. S, 0. GIBBONS, TEACHER OK MUSIC SINGING, ELOCUTION, AND DANCING. VISITS BOW UAL DAIJ.Y. TERMS OX APPLICATION. Aukiuhs—BUURA DOO. GEO. E. VINCENT, A. MUS. T.c.t. PROCESSOR OF MUSIC, BQWUAI. MIVTAUOXU. PIANOFORTE, HARMONY, COMPOSITION, Etc. TUKU:; OK AITUCATIOK. I. A. BENNETT, Teacher of Violin. MISS A. BENNETT, T each op of Pianoforte, BUURADOO STJiKBT. BOWRAL Tertna on application. DR. H.~~LEIGHTBM JONES. oisrc'.nsT, ' Avpfyl® Sh-eotjMossV alo May b« eomsiilted at . . . Morgan's Pharmacy Every Hofldiy forenoon inJ Friday Afternoon. David W. Moffat, MONUMENTAL MASON, ARQl'LIi STREET, v . . -jVOJSS rJLLKl; \ .(NEXT FIRE STATION). E.mUATHC F«It HfiAD«TOMUS xu Gb&nitb, ' Maduw:, and I'Mtri.TOHu. LA.TBBT DISSIGNS ON APPLICATION. Bsw WoBKHJU.'9IlUr GnAKANTEHD. £Wrs. £iigolSy, (QUBB^'S OOIAKOB. I.ONIJ...

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An Open Shop. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 June 1906

An Open Sliop. [Tlio labour unioiiH afCliicnpo hate pur cbiisfd a ceroolfry- whew ouly'nieni fasrs of the uniqd wiiy be buried,.—News item ] All bin life in a union shop HjmI-iliiily eaui" d.hia bieitd; They burial him in a iininn grave When ilie union rami was deud. He had n union doctor, . And. he hiid a uninn iiuibo; He hud iv.ntiioii. coffin, And be lmd n union bonne; The.v put him in ft nninn grave When bo whs good and ileSd ; Tmy put up n union monmtlent .Jiist aboya bis bead..... And tlu'irhV went to heuvon, But to Stay lie didn't cure ; He kicked (Vccansi) lie said that some .'*■ Non-Union men wore there. . He went down to the other place, . And there pioduced bid-card. Then Salaur.tbrew an euruept faoo, . And ntndied, good and,hurd.5: And then lis laughed, his hand did rub, Till lie ih'ou'sht he'd never slop. '•Lord.blodB your soul," snid B.i ulzobub, "Why;- this is an open nhup !" Gu* JB. Mav.

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The Biggest Thing in Fiction. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 June 1906

The Biggest Thing in Fiction. An advottisor in a contemporary requires a "diiuaatioiial serial" about 1,000,000 words inlongth. ile-e is a temptation - to "vol iihlo" niitlioi'H to achieve the very biggest tiling iu ^Inglish fiction. This nxtoundiug tori a I if over written, will be longer lliiin '•Vanity Fair,"'"Dmnol DGrondii." and "Midilleiiiarch' together. 'islie lotiyoat novel that lias appeared with in; recent yenrH—Mrs. Humphry Ward'.-* '■Miircella"—tuiis lo'nbotu 275,000 words. Iitlt George Eliot easily'outdid Mrs. Ward, for "Mi'ddlematch" has nearly 829,000 wordp, and -''Daniul D«rbnda" not far'/short of 825,000 wot do. Thackeray ran the fenii niu'o' itutIforb-jjretty clusely in'" Vanity Faiv" (321*000 words) and "L'endennis" (about! 272,000). How insignificant theao wotks I will aoi'iil when that million-word cbmpbli ! tor burtita complete upon the world I. . While Ilia members of llie Candletown mid Oroki BhmIb were perforiuiug at Taree, they were ptilit-d with eggs.

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

'i GOOD THINGS TO EAT.— Now this is to muny. people a pro saic subject, but it would lie a vary difficult thing indeed to find anyone whom?" it does not interest.& " As hungry as a huntor " is a ver) old simile, but not oven the heartiest appetite objects to dainty cookery. Every housewife knows that the ovon plays an important part in the eoouomy of the kitchen, and unless her pies, cakes, and scones issue therefrom light and lasty her labour is practically thrown away, nud discontent rules in the home. Now, there is no occasion for any unpleasantness like this, no Dr. NVauhh's Baking Powder, which is obtainable from any storekeeper will prevent its occurrence ; for all users are agreed that for turning out first-class cookies Dr. AVauqhs' is I unequalled. ? I

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

The "Daisy" Shearing -Rflachine. We have been making SElocp Shears for over 175 YoarSj, with the result that our vasi and varied experience tells us that the BURGON' H8u7 9 9 ) 13 machines Are Unequalled. We can also supply you with the WOLSELE' S-Qandpiece Of our Manufacture. BURGON SHEEP SHEARING M&CHINE COMPANY (BURGOS & 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 Mien's--ftainproofs.. Ask for "THE FEDERAL" IIA1NPROOF OVERCOAT. Foil oral Rainproof Overcoats are Porous, will keep out the Rain, and you will not perspire when wearing & Federal Rainproof Coat. FEDERAL RUNPROOFS. Finish and Shape the Latest, 30/-, -10,'-, 15/-, 50/% CHESTERFIELD FEDERAL RAINPROOFB. Now Season's Shape, in Navy, Grey, Black, Brown, Fawn niul Mixture.... 21/-, 25/-, 30/-, 35-/, 42/-, 45/-. CHESTERFIELD FEDERAL RAINPROOFS. In Bluok and While Tweeds, DO/*, 40/•, 46/-, 50,'-. Paiill Si. C-aoreiems. TUE"FEDERAl...

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CHAPTER IX. FRIENDS OF A MUTUAL FRIEND. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 June 1906

CHAPTER IX. •hhtiek&'i ov a Mdtcal Friend. .Tlio: groat -theatre was crowded. Tliis waSr-tlie occasion of the opening of tho: brief season'billed for the re turu'visiUoft tlie popular actress Miss Ireno- Gorrick. Every sent available was^'filled1 long before the orchestra struck, the first note to silence the er. pi/clanfc limn which arose from all parta.oE.tliB. great theatre. No greater tribute of admiration and respect could bri paid a stage favourite than the reception which awaited the clover tragedienne's reappearance. Royalty sent its representatives to do honour to the return of Ireno Gorrich, after a triumphant tour of America. I, Vernoy Grainger, 'was amongst the great mass of people who tingled wiih expectation. This night I felt would be full of wonders for me. Not only was I anxious to see my old friend Irene,—she who had proved such a friond in 'need in the old, troubled, sad days at The Oaks—but another reason made me look con tinually at my watch, and glance ...

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

Me*©. McsO-flLTHXE'S Ltd. ORDER °*CE GREAT PITT STREET SALE. SHOW IN FULL SWING. TREMENDOUS REDUCTIONS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. THIS IS THE TIME TO BUY. PS* ISo 23.06 anise tlie ©pp©2?fcwa Baity. Ws?ifc© at once fco tin© IBxassiest SSaop in- SydlKt<a;gfs PITT SXRJEESTa

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TROUBLE IN ARABIA. AN ENGLISHMAN MURDERED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 June 1906

TROUBLE IN ARABIA. . ' VAN ENGLISHMAN MURDERED/ With regard to the attack by Arabs on the British depot at Marghli of the,Eu phrates and Tigris steamers, in Aviilch; Mr Lawrence Glanvilie; an. English engineer, and: a native. assistant -were killed, and a storekeeper seriously • wounded, - ;Reu "ter's Agency learns that the British Am bassador at Constantinople made urgent representations: to the Turkish \ Govern ment, and telegrams were ?ent"to the Turkish authorities at Basra totalceim mediate steps for thevapprohensieri "arid punishment of the murderers. : ■ llie!5Brltlsh Consuliat Basra states that ; iho - Tigris: and ^Euphrates ''Company's' depot was,at tacked early 011: thb-moriling: of 28th .Febraary, ,by; a^band 'Of.. armed ; Arabs.- Theliouse was occupied.only by the English engineer, Mr Gianvllle, a native superintendent; of coolies, a. na tive storekeeper,^ servant; arid - a . few watchmen., Some.-of the robbers, y who apparently- numbered aboutv50; ..climbed over a wall ...

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PRINCE ARTHUR IN CANADA. AN EVENTFUL VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 June 1906

PRINCE ARTHUR IN CANADA. AN EVENTFUL VISIT. The Ottawa correspondent of the Lon don."Times"- telegraphs - that an im mense throng welcomed PrJnco Arthur and his party oiv their arrival at Cai gary, Alberta, on- Thursday- the Gth, from Banff. The city ■ was decorated ■ ,and all businoss was suspended for the day. Ranchers, cowboys,, farmers, all Splendidly mounted, had come Into 'the town froni miles around, and. additional color was.lent to the scene by tlie pre sence of hundreds of Indians in varied costumes. Two thousand school children seated in the garden of the Canadian Pacific station sang patriotic sorigs. The chiefs of the Blackfoot Indians presented Prince Arthur with an address of welcome that day, expressing ■ their gratification at the honor of a visit from . 'th'e representative of the IClng, to.'whom they would always be loyal. As a, sou venir o£ the visit to the reserve and as a token of friendship, Princo Arthur was given a pipe of peace. The Prince and his party ret...

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Published by Special Arrangement. When the... Wicked Rise. A Thrilling Story of Love, Intrigue and Adventure. [COPYRIGHT.] BOOK II. CHAPTER VIII. (Continued) [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 June 1906

Pobllohcd by Bpecinl ArvAngement. A Thrilling Story of Love, Intrigue and Adventure, ••••By Frederic (iliddocason. [COPYRIGHT.] BOOK II. CHAPTER VIII. (Continued) " Thank God for that," MiuViteu broke forth with a big sigh of relief*.. Grey then told Madden and- Eiuli leon ail that ho had Been and heard from the beginning, only refraining for Kathleen's sako from inakingrefor eiioo to tlio manner in which he hud been oheatod. Tho sudden flight of tho pair of scoundrels from the house they wore umiblo 10 understand; though, an having agreed that itrwws Jacomb wlio struok Dudley, tho latter himself had a suspicion of what the cause was. " What ft f'-ol I have been," Mad den said. " .My foolishness will cost me dearly. I shall bo cashiered, ilia graoed, dishonoured 1 IIow cun 1 faoo my undo, the Vice-Admiral, again 1 He will never forgive mo." Kathleen lmd during the conversa tion sunk into tho great arm-chair: Her head was buried in.her arms?.and Bhe sobbod bitterly. " Come, do not gi...

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

M. Be Lissa & Co. Ltd =— ' -* U / *, FURNISH THROUGHOUT 'l i Private Residences, Hotels, Restaurants, Boarding Houses, Offices, &c. Contraots for Caoh or Eaciy Terms. 556 & 558 BEQRGE STREET, SYDNEY, Opposite St. Andrew's Cathedral. AOT30W §©&P VSfcai yea baTo proved tha faloo cI ScaUghS Siij yoa will bs ejanlly oaacStJl H ywo try Mqnlnqr Brand for ccearicg cots!, weo&Tcrb cssi bitchon nicka. We sell at the lowest possible price all kinds of Mining, ^ Dredging, Dairying, and Farming 0113 and Grease. la Rftacquaric Place, SYDNEY. Correspondence Invited. W. Gluyas, Manager. B Just Published. Tables of Commercial Butter Computations, BY PERCY A. SCARR. For the use of Creameries, Batter Factories, and all those interested in the manufacture of Batter, and the Dairying Industry. Voted by all Factory Managers who aro using; ft tolbe a {great Labour Savor and indispensable. Price M,2 2s„ . Bound la leather, printed on estrn strong piprt. McCARRON, ST...

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

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THE "LITTLE WONDER" KOERSTZ PATENT FARMERS' WOOL PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 June 1906

.... __— . . I THE "LITTLE WONDER" KOERSTZ PATENT FARMERS' \ WOOL PRESS. In these clays of rapid improvement in all.things mechanical, and when ■different, methods are in use to effect the same purpose, he would be a bold mail who (if "he were disinterested) would Bay this machine is in all 'points the best. It is generally a question of weighing the points of advantage. and judging by compari son. Now, as in Australia "wooliB king" and will be for years to come, it follows that the wool press, which fits the staple for the road and rail, is of immense importance, and so some of the.'shrewdest brains in mechanical contrivances have been brought to bear in making the "Little Wonder" Wool Press, as perfect as can be. Amongst many letters congratulating Mr.. Ivoersiz on the excellent work done by the " Little Wonder," the following are a sample :— Borenore, 21tli November, 1904. .Ma. O..KOBBSTZ, , ' Abattoirs ltoad, Pyrmont, Sydney. Dear Sir,—Just a lino to Bay that I received your Woo...

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A GLADSTONE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 June 1906

A GLADSTONE STORY. Mr Henry Chaplin retails occasionally a ! Gtory of tho late Mr Gladstone with, much ) gusto. When Mr Gladstone was quituan old j luan, It chanced tbat be and Mr Chaplin woro , staying at tho samo 'country houso'together 1 on a vlelt. One night after dlnnor tho G.O.M. ■ nskod Mr Cbaplln whether his grandmother., had not lived in a certain street In Mayfalr. Mr Chaplin replied tbat she bad doho so. • ' "Well," said Mr Gladstone, "I remember , It distinctly. I lived next door to ber for awhile when 1 was a child. She used to give evening . parties. When the carriages woro assembled to take up, my brother and 1 used to creep out of bed—It was in tho Bummor timo—softly open the window, get out our squirts, and dl» croetly lire away at tho coaclunan ou tbe boxca. I rsmcraber tho lntcuso delight with >vhich wo used to ask each other whether it wasn't beginning to rain."

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A BISHOP'S DILEMMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 June 1906

A BISHOP'S DILEMMA. Tbo lato Bishop Peek, of the Methodist Epis copal Church, onco found himself In' an awk ward position. . While presiding at a session of the Now Hampshlro Conference he was entertained1 by n Mrs Brpwn, who had a high reputation ad a cook). Sho was especially famous .for-'her mlncc pics, and at'KUpper tbo.J^Bhop, who/.on-• Joyed good' living, hs his strong' frame and •: three hundred pounds'indicated, did full Jusr ] t!ce®to a large piece of delicious pastry. J "May I give you another plocc?" asked Mrs_ Drown. ' ' 1 • , j As the bishop was to mako the chief-address of the evening, he regretfully declined. ' j "I know some mince plos are indigestible, but mine arc quito harmless," said Mrs Brown persuasively. So the bishop, yielded, and had a second piece, and aftor that a third. I Evening eamc, and the large church was i packed with people. The hour for servico ar- j rived, but the bishop had not appeared. The 1 ciders looked anxious. The choir sang, and j the pre...

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WHERE'S MY HONEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 June 1906

WHERE'S MY HONEY. •' ■ .A young man, whom wo may call . Johnson,' because that/was not his real nnmo, was mar ried several days ago, and It occurred to him ;that ho ,would: taUo his brido to a,town which ho know well on. their ;tioneym.QOn. Ho was particularly .desirous of>visiting this town; as ho told his bride,'bocauso at . tho hotel whoro ;ho intended staying Vthey served such doli cloua' honey' nt every meal."- ".This-will bo delightful/' said Mrs johnBOtm v 3v ' . • Tho couplo arrived at tho hotel In duo course, i and they wore Just in time for tea, Johnson escorted his brido proudly to a tablo In tho dlnlngroom, -and .•.then, after nn admiring glance at her, .looked quizzically round tho . board." Tliero was no honey on tho table, and | nono In tho room. Johnson was surprised, and called a waiter. "See here," said ho, "whero's • my,4;houcy?" Tho waiter seemed at a loss as to.what to eny, but finally leaned forward and In a stage whisper, said: "Sho don't work hero i no mor...

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TAKING CHANCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 June 1906

TAKING CHANCES. A small boy had been punished, and.In. .con scquonco was feeling at enmity with all tho ■world, but with his father In particular. When he camo to say his prayera at night ho gab bled through them at a high rate of speed, and while asking for the customary blessing on all tho other members of tho family, In cluding tho cat, ho left out his offending parent. i His mother understood, but thought It beat j to "appeal to his bottor self." "Harold," oho said sweetly, "what nbout papa? You forgot, dear." I "Didn't. Don't want papa blessed." I "Why, Harold! when you love him so? Just think, dear, papa has gono down town now, and how would you feel if he got lost or hurt; because you hadn't prayed for him?" " : j This rather worked on tho boy's mind, and slowly ho bogan to clambor out of bed, when, Just as ho got on his knees, ho heard Uia familiar click of his father's key In tho'lock; | ''I guess I'll risk It," ho announced, and quick as a wind jumped back Into bed.

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HOMILY FARE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 June 1906

BoaicLT r&as. Curried Chicken.—Remove the m«tt from the bones. Cut in pieces — the pieces should not bo very large, .and as nearly of one size as possible. First fry them in butter, without allowing them to color, remove from the pan, and fry an onion and an apple which have been finely minced. Next stir In a tablespoon of cure powder, and tho same of flour; fry again for a minute or sa Add % of a pint .of white stork, stir till it boils, then turn into a sauco pan with the pieces of chicken, and sim mer gently for nearly an hour. Finish off with 2 tablespoonfuls of cream, salt to taste, and a teaspoonful of lemon juice. This may be served with a bor der of boiled rice round it, or the rice may be handed in a separate dish. There must always be boiled rice with, curry. Apple FlufC or Apple Snow.—Peel and core 21b. of well-flavored cooking apples, cut in thin sUces, and stew with sugar till tender. If not very juicy a little water should be stewed with them. Really good apple...

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NURSERY NOTES. CHILDREN'S AILMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 June 1906

NUBSEBY NOTES. CHILDREN'S AILMENTS. The "little ailments" of children are chlofiy those connccted with tho digestive and. the respiratory systems—that la to say; with tho stomach and the lungs. Improper (ceding and clothing aro the cause of the majority of them. Tbore Is un old saying that an hour lost in tho treatment of a sick child Is as bad as a day lost in the treatment of a sick man. It is well for mothers to bear this in mind, nnd never be afraid of sending for the doctor at onco. It is also well for them to remember that children often recover with tho most surpris ing rapidity from the most alarming symp toms. Nowhere is It more emphatically true that "while thcro is life there is hope" than In the caso of sick children (uayu a.;contem porary). Auother thing that is also of groat impor tance for mothers to remember is that the majority ot children's ailments can be pro vented. This is especially true of those In which the stomach and lungs aro concerned. Over-feeding, under...

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WIT AND HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 June 1906

I WIT AND HUMOR. Tho latest profession for women Is bouse docoratloa A case of tho wcakor sex going to the wall. Walter : Sorry, sir, but -wo arc entirely out of bread. O'Brien : Then yoa may bring me an order av toast "That Mrs Sawbones alw»\ys alludes to her husband as 'the dear doctor.* " "Well, that's the kind of doctor bo Is." ^ Her : I suppose yoo have met pretty women In great numbers. Ilim : Yes, Indeed. I was a shoe clerk for several years. Last Saturday was rent or quarter day. So called bocaune many people aro torn with anguish and the landlord shows no quarter. Alderman Grafter : Mr Chairman, havo I tho floor? Tho Chairman : Woll, you would have It, I believe, If It wasn't nailed down. "That stove," said the editor, "doserves a premium." "What for?" "Already tl's consumed a ton of poetry,: and. theTspring's scarcely begun." Ted: Is Sawyor a clover doctor? Ned: Oh, veryl He can .tell a woman patient she noeds I to take beauty exercises without ^offending her. . '> ■' •...

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