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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 4 July 1906

It's Getting Gold. MAKE YOURSELVES SNUG FOR THE WINTER BY GETTING YOUR Blankets, Flannels Jackets, Winter Underwear New Dress Goods Men's, Boys' and Youths' Clothing Boots and Shoes J. B. ANDREWS & .CO., ' BOWRAL. pCTS ESTABLISHED AT COURT, In on acfiou, tho cause ot which was flagrant mis nso of oor firm name and other gross misrepresen tations by an imitating company, which was tried bs/ora bis Honor Obiof Justice J. Jfaddon.K.O.M.G., j L.L.D., io tho Supremo Court, at Melbourne, tho prosecution showed :—: 1. That Sander find Sons' Pure Valatile Eucalypti Extract oontains all inedieinBl constituents o( , .tho eucalypti, in l highly refined and pure • • form. B. That it is rauoli mora powerfully healing (anti septio) thnn ordiuary eucalyptuspreparations 8> That it does not depress the heart like ordinary ouaalyptus preparations. 4. That in contains ho harmful ingredients, and 5. That it iB highly oommonded by many author ities for tho last 30 years aa a sale, reliable an...

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
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BOWRAL v. WILDE'S MEADOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 4 July 1906

BOWRAL v. WILDE'S MBADO,W. Theso teams met in tbeir return match on Saturday ou the Bowral ground, and afler a detorniiued struggle the game resulted, in | a draw, neither side scoring. Tho game i from lbs start to tbo fiYi'igh was fusty ami both sides put forth every effort to win. Wildu's Meadow put their strongest team iu i the field, as also did Bowral, and ou a glance at the teams as thoy lined oat, one could not help but notice how eveuly each other was matched, and naturally expected a good gatno. Itj was not, however, disap pointing in that respect, for although there was some loose play on botli sides the game 'was a fairly good one. Bowral sallied forth , several now oolls in thoir midst, and they battled remarkably well; when in a little more form, big things may be expected from the " boys in bluo." Denmead set the oval rolling, and Irvine returne I, the Bowral forwards then carried the ball at a great pace into tho Meadow 25, whore after some heavy scrum work Bowral eeo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 4 July 1906

COLDS THAT HAJNG ON. 80 frequoiitly i-ottlo on tho lunga, ftntl result in pneumonia or consumption. Do not taka ohiuioa- of a cold wo ring away, or uxperimont with uuknown pro.'nruti«n.9 that will only tmlf euro it, and lor.vn yon with u soriouH ihroufc or lung trouble.- At tho first Higu of a cold, oumineace taking Chttmherbim'H Cough Uotfccdy, for it oure.s uougbs and colds quiokly by removing the caurt«* of tho complaint, and .spr* voois pneumonia '-T consumption. For salo by D. Morgan, Choniint. A young woman of Millertou, New York, who received an offer of marriage, with a re quest for a reply by wire, went to the tele graph ofBco and asked how many worda she could send for a shilling. Tho operator told lior ten, and she telegraphed :—"Yes, yos, yeH, yes, yea, yes, yes, yes, yes, yce. For Chronio Chest Complaint"), Woods' Gro&t Peppermint Cure. la 6tl. Antonio Campanio, a San Franciscofisher mnn, has been found in a refrigerator, in which he had been imprisoned for eigh...

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Football. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 4 July 1906

Football, j The corepetition matches on,,Saturday resulted as follows Bowral v. Wildes Meiidow a draw, and Mittagong defeated Robertson 6 points to 3. - .

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In Divorce. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 4 July 1906

In Bivorce. On'; Friday last, before Mr. justice Simpson, in the Divorce Court, SydriSy, Samuel Willis, formerly of Bowral, petitioned for a divorce from Jane Willis,' formerly Izard, on the ground of adultery with Frederick Hyde, who wasjoined as co-respondent. Mr. Whyte, instructed by. Mr. E. R. Abigail, appeared for the petitioner." •? : Petitioner stated that the marriage took place^at Goulburu in May, 1891. They liyedjj together in Sydney and Grafton, and in May, 1901, the respondent left him. Evidence of adCiltery having been given, his>Honor granted a decri nisi, returnable in six months, the, co-respondent to pay the costs o£ the suiu : • . "

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Band of Hope. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 4 July 1906

Band of Hope. y'jThe, monthly meeting of the Moss Vale .Band of Hope was held in the Presby terian School-Hall on Monday night, there'being a fair attendance, and a very good programme was submitted. The proceedings were • opened devotionally, after which the Rev. J., H. Craig, who presided; delivered a short'address on the advantages possessed by scholars in N.S.W. as compared with sortie in the cities of England,' where children ofttn went underfed, and he referred to the preparations made by the generous to feed them. Mr. D. McLean, M.P., of Car diff, stated that two-thirds of these cases that came under'his' notice were due to the,drunkenness of parents. He also re {erred to a: meeting of medical - men and lady doctors in London at which all' had testified that.,alp.ohol; >vas . comparatively useless incases"of sickness." Sir Victor Horsley,1 F.-R.S., had quoted the remark able fact that at the London hospitals the bill for alcohol had decreased from ^"Sooo (o ^"3000, whilst ...

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Lantern Lecture. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 4 July 1906

Lantern Lecture. The Methodist School-hall, Bowral, was } comfortably filled on Monday evening, when a highly entertaining programme of illustrated recitals and songs was ren dered. The songs were—"The little hero,"' sung by Mr. Jos. Stokes and pro fusely illustrated ; "The Lost Chord," Mr G. Price ;* and "The Old Folks at Home," Mrs. J. T. Wilson. The recitals included The ruined; cottage, Paddle your own canoe, Song of the shirt, Curfew shall not ring to-night, and Dogs of St. • Bernard. There was also a Commonwealth series of slides, and humorous pictures, such as a study in gravitation, soldiering, amateur soldiering, and a courting episode. The recitals were given by the Rev. J. W, Holden, rand the'. Rev. C. Woodhouse manipulated, the lantern. Miss Gibbons was accompanist for . the- musical items. The lecture is to.be repeated in the Mit tagong - Methodist Church , on .Thursday night, the admission is by, silver coin, and all who attend.have a treat -in store for t'lem.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 4 July 1906

When You are Buying Hmr Supplies You should deal with a firm whose know ledge of business by practical experience enables tlieni to help you to make a good choice in every department. We are that firm - - - T A YL OH BROS. Our experience is two-fold, viz., Buying and Selling. We know where and when to buy Fashionable, Up-to-date, Seasonable Drap ery and Millinery, and where to buy the Best Brands of Clean and Eresh Groceries. And, as to Soiling—well! if you give us an 'order, you will know our prices are right. ■TAYLOR BROS., Drapers, - Grocers, - Ironmongers, MOSS ¥ALE,

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Amateur Press Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 4 July 1906

Amateur Press Association. . There was a fair uttondauco at the mouthly mooting of the Australian Amateur Press Association at Bowral ou Thursday overling last, whan Mr. A. Holmes prosidei}.. The business of the ovouing was papers ori socialism, ami bouio papers of high uierit wore brought forward on both eitlos of tbu question.. The papm-a woro disoussocl, and u vory iuter6stiiig aud instructive oveniug ' was passed. The noxt meeting will bo hold on July 20; and will tulto tlio form of a uiock muni cipal eleotion, the oandidatos being: Miss Hioljs, Miss Duproz, aiul Mr. P. C. Beor. Hiljj Bros., B»\vral—the leaders " in; fashion. Their itock of drapery;'etc., keeps pace with tlw sejvsoas.

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Unemployed in Melbourne. ACTION BY A LEADING SPORTSMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 4 July 1906

Unemployed in Melbourne. ACTION BY A LEADING SPORTSMAN. Shortly before nonn on Monday the coixi roitteo of the Melbourne tiuemploycil, wlio li 'Id daily meetings on a vnount allotment in Bwanston-street North, learned that Mr. J. Wn*n had expre«?ed bis willingness to do something towards alleviating their distress. A deputation wns promptly appointed to interview Mr. Wren, at City Tnttersall's Club, hot-all tho rest followed. They nil filed, into the . billiard-room. When Mr. Vfcen arrived he asked for no committco or deputation, but, raouuting a low rostrum, addressed the men iu a body. "Judging by the look of yon men," ho said, "yon really want work. (Hear, hear.) What do you want me to do for yon ?" Not waitiug. for a roply, however, Mr. Wreu turned to his Hecretnry, and inqnirod of him whether.there were any works that eould bo in hand at once in connection with any of the racecourses under his management. lie received the reply that there was soflicioot work pending to keep abo...

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Accidents. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 4 July 1906

Acci&cnts. J A peculiar and painful (incident befel Mr. \y. Moore,-of Bowr«l, on Friday Inst. Ho .was engaged putting ihe roof on the veran dah.of the new wing at the local hospital, during the progress of the wind storm on tiiat dny. aiid waH iii tbo act of pufctiuR the iLst sheet of iron in position, wbeu a gust of wind carried it out of his bands, atUiesirac: time causing bim to l«o(? his foothold: Mr. Monro.fell across the rafter, wlioro. by a miracle he remained balancing in mid-air. f^ow long he would have continued in his Perilous predicament it is hard to 6ay, for he .Vj'as suffering rather much from a brolten t^ib and a'badly bruised side, and dared noi tjiovo, for fear ho should overbalance atid be precipitated to the ground. Fortunately Mr. E. P. Froat, the coutractor,, w*e near atliand and resoued him, <\ud medical at tention aud careful nursing will soou effect ft:curo, i, , A very sovero accident happened last week to Mr. E. Nicholls, of Mittugong. H...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 4 July 1906

C. H. Hahtead, ARCHITECT, . UUUKADOO/ jDr. It. Crawford, SURGEON DENTIST, TOWN HALL, BOirRAL. Nitrous Oxide Oaa Administered. OlBca flouts, B o.m. ko 6 p.ni, MRS. S. C. GIBBONS, THAOHER OP MUSIC SINGING, ELOCUTION, AND DANCING. VISITS BOWIUL DAILY. XBima OX Am/KjATION. AwjUM-BUaP.ADOO. GEO. E. VINCENT, A. MU3. 't.(XL. , FBOFESSOBi OF 2IUSI6, B9*<VRAXi AMD MIXTACJONO. PIANOFORTE, HARMONY, COMPOSITION, Eto. TJJHMB Off AFmOAiriOK. m. a. mum, Teacher of Violin. Miss a7bFnIettT~ Teacher of Pianoforte, IiUSlBADOO 8T11BET, BOVVRAL Vmuic on appWoation. OR, H. LEIGHTOM JONES. !013]'V1',X»SrJP, Argfyls Stroet,MoasVal« May be consulted at . . . Morgan's Pharmaey Every Monday Forsnoon and Friday AflernooH. David W. Moffat, , MONUMENTAL MASON, AROTLE STREET, MOSS TALE. (HBXT FIRE STATION). JZamuras ton Hr&vstoxbb in Gbaniie, Mabulb, and Fkekryoms. IjATBST DBBIGN8 ON APPLICATION. Ban WonKiiiNiun- Guauantbbd. Ofllra. £ngofd6g, (QUBEN'S COLLEGE, LONDON) Papll of Dr. B. O. Monk (I...

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Southern Farm Competitions. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 4 July 1906

Southern Earin Competitions. En trios closcd on Saturday for the south ern division of the "lloruld" and ''Mail" farm competitions. A fow udditionul farms entered were deemed ineligible. The list of names and particulars of tho properties show that every district of importance in tho division is represented by one or more entries and that there is a wide rango of areas. With bo splendid an ontry it is not enBy to exaggerate tho effoot that this competi tion will have on tho country covered. At least 91 farina will this year bo plaoed in anoh order as they have not approached be fore, and tho influence upon neighboring holdings caanot fail to be great. The com petitions serve to show, too, that tho south ern taberlands farmers are working in earn est to conduct their operations along the most profitable and improved lines. Men who have onterod small farms may be some what alarmed at the size of tho larger areaa, but they might bo again rominded that ac reage counts for nothing ; iu f...

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Prime Minister Fined. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 4 July 1906

Prime Minister Fined. A dozen defend'intH, among whom was Mr, Dealiin, tho Piiiue Miuister, were charged at iho Melbourne Police Court ,on Monday with cycling oil the foolpnfch next to tho Friendly Societies Gardens. Mr. Deokin sent a letter to the Court orderly admitting that ho had cycled on the footpath referred to, but stating that as it wm used habitually by cyclists ho did not know he was breakiug a bylaw. Mr. Dwycr, P.M., said he was quite suro Mr. Doukin did not know he was breaking the law. Ihe defendants were fined 2/6 each and coats.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 4 July 1906

For Ohildron'a Hftoliing Cou^'h at Ni^ht, Woods' Groat Peppormiut Care. Is fld. Thns o Mauioh newspaper:—"Tlio anxioty cnaaed by the uncoasing crumbliug away of tho English const increases from day lo day. GreiU Britain becomes smaller every day ; mid with sorrow the English boo that Gib raltar iB threatened with the name danger." " A friond iu need is a friend In deed." Ayor's Cherry Pectoral ia just such a friend. Novor bo -without it. It "will pruvu a gooil friend whon you have a frosh cold, bringing Immedi ate relief. You will find it equally true in old colds, bronchitia, whoop ing-cough, asthma. If you will usa 1(er9s Hherrii ffedomt for an Irritablo throat or weak lungsj you will find it "tho host friend laj tho world." It acts as a strong tonic,I oloaring up tho throat, giving tons' to tho rolaxod tissues, and groatljH Strengthoniug tho lungs. There are many substitutes and; imitations. Bowaro of thorn and ot Bo-called " Genuino Chorry Poctoral.'* Bo suro you got AYJJR'S Oho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 4 July 1906

A SENSIBLE | .STIMULANT. gj riIU'U'liLljLii^i'i,iiM;; ifjiuj H A Stimulant that is medicinal in its action ana is ^ diredi iheaHH ^promoter is worthy? of/all men's drinking? <£? jy It is bracing', and Ihas curaftive cffedl in Kidney, Bowel, and Urinary Affedlions. Medicines com©' and iicifies go but lasting popeSarlty can only bo obtained by proved lasting beasiits. Hive yoa ever considered why BEECHAM'S PILLS are the crtit est pitcnt mcdiclneancihxvsoutllvcsi competitors? Nctlilng but superior merit and usefulness, end that they have proved themselves unequalled for rcmovingthecommoa ailmentsof men, women & children* Year Inand year out thousands o? families throughout the world keep on fcznd for minor ailments, which, H not at oncc checked, will lead to serious Illness. Don't experiment with untried remedies so persistently and plausibly offered, but remember that BEECHAM'S PILLS will prove every point claimed and will Roll m for ever, li you would look well* &a...

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A Good Tongue Exercise. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 4 July 1906

A Good Tongue Exercise. If yon stick a stick ncrass ft stick. Or cro6S a stick across a stick, Or stick a cross across a cross, Or cross a cross across a cross, • Or stick a crossed stick across a stick, Or cross a crossed stick ucrosa a crossod stick, Or cross a crossed stick aoroBs a stick, Or cross a crostod stick across a orossed stick, how will you atiok a crosB across a orossed slick ?

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The Wingecarribbee Swamp. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 4 July 1906

The Wingecarribbee Swamp; The following letter, dated June 12th, has   been received by the Hon. W. McCourt from the Treasury, Sydney; "Sir, - in reply to your letter of the 25th ultimo, I am directed by the Premier and Colonial Treasurer to inform you that the question of draining the Wingecarribbee Swamp was exhaustively gone into some years ago, and that for several reasons it had been deemed undesirable to carry out this work. I may point out that the swamp forms a natural storage without which the reservoir down the river, from which the town and railway station of Moss Vale are supplied, would be quite inadequate, and that it will probably be neoessary in the fu ture to form it into a large and valuable storage reservoir for water supply or irriga tion, as can be done by the construction of a low dam at the "Sheepwash," where the swamp ends and the river begins. I may add that the swamp so regulates the flow of the river that if it were to be drained much damage w...

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Obituary. MR. F. E. G. STANLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 4 July 1906

Obituary. MB. F. E. G. STANLEY. Sincere regret is expressed by all sections   of the community at the death of Mr. F. E. G. Stanley, the popular proprietor of the Royal Hotel, Moss Vale, which sad event took place at "The Terraces," Dr. McCor- mick's private hospital, Sydney, on Sunday   night, from cancer of the tongue. The de- ceased, who was 50 years of age, had been in Moss Vale for the past three years, dur- ing almost the whole of which time he was a martyr to the complaint which eventually caused his death. He at times suffered in-   tensely, but bore himself with a patience and fortitute which were indeed characteris- tic of his whole life. The most experienced medical aid was called in to if possible ar- rest the progress of the dread malady which had griped him, and the deceased underwent at various times no less than four opera- tions, two of which were performed by Dr. Fiaschi and two by Dr. McCormick. And from each of the first thr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 July 1906

Woodft' (rvent Peppermint A uuv•. . For Coufeha and OoUb, nuvir fail-*. Is f>J. Hill Bro^Ujwral, for clothing, \ '

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