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WILDE'S MEADOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 April 1906

WILDE'S MEADOW. .. Mr; A. 7*1; ShImou presided at the annual meeting of the Wilde's Meadow Football Club, li«ra on Saturday night last. Tho following office-bearers were elected for tha ensning 12 monthsPatron, Hon. Wi MoOonrt, M.L.A.; president, Mr. A. B. S ilmun ; vice-presidents, Messrs. K. Kenny, Ciias. Wright, ffia, TurnbuII, A. Ward, W. Bm:hiiuan, E. Smith, A.'Johnstone, aud J. T, Havier;. secretary and treasurer, Mr. Wm. Chit tick ; selection and general com mittee, Messrs. M.' Bresnahan, W. Wright, T.: Walsh. W-. Ciiitliok, and B. Goodfeilow vice-president lo union, Mr. A. Ward ; com mi!:ee to union, Messrs. K. Kenny and A. E. Salmon delegates to union, Jlessrs. W. : CbiLtUik, T.' -Walsh, and S. GaodfeUow. 1 Tlio ooIoib olio e'l for tho ensuing year wera blank, with wbito shield. It waB decided to hold a daiire in Cairingtou Hall on Wed nesilny, 18th inst.

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Bowls. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 April 1906

Bowls. On the Mobs Vale fowling liiaka on \Vodnesday, ton players competed in a " drawing the shot " tournament for trophies presented by Mr. F. S. Mitchell, the first prize being n eilver-raounted pipe (whioh was won by Mr. B. H. Paine), and the second a silver-mounted tobacco pouch (annexod by Mr. W. Jones). The scores were:—B. H. Paine 22, W. Jones 18, A. Mowle 15, E. B. Hawkiua and W. McKcnzie 18, B. Mnidoient 12, I. S. Ponder and F. L. Toose 11, II. Salmon 6, H. Richardson 4.

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Dan Barry's Dsramatic Co. SCHOOL OF ARTS—-WEDNESDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 April 1906

Dan Barry's Rraiiiiitio Co. SCHOOL OF ARTS—-WEDNESDAY NEXT, j The announcement that tho/gified Dun Barry and bis powerful dramatic company are to appear J next WednoMday ni^'hc in Bowral will be a gratifying j item of news to all lovers of genuine and up-to-date-: dramatic novelty. Tlio piece to be produced bear* the very striking and original title "A Modern Gain," or "A Master Murderer." Dun J3nrry lias the sole Australian lights of the play, which was prcducod tor tho first time in London last Septem ber, where it scotod on the initial night what the London "Daily News" designated as "the most signal Btoge triumph, of the century." The play is unique to a degree, and one that commands the keenest interest from start to finish. It is full of ovorytbing calculated to please a modem audience— startling, sensational, dainty love-making situations, the most tender and touching pathos, and episodes j iepleto with tho most uproarious humor, aro tho strong foaturos of the p'ay. The denot...

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

The Pride of Place amongst Storekeepers of the highest grade is unquestionably ■ held by • TAYLOR BROS. TAYLOR BROS. The reason is simplicity itself. It is because of our determination to insist on QUALITY ;being'the first consideration in our business> and also on keeping PRICES ' right. No Order too Large, None too Small. TAYLOR BROS. MOSS VALE. ~ 'J'SIE LEADING Sl'OiiE,

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AN IMPORTANT YOUNG LADY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 April 1906

AN IMPORTANT YOUNG LADY. The marriage of Miss Alice Roosevelt bus had the result of making Miss Ethel Ronee velt, aged 15, an important ludy at: the White House. Sho has moved into the rooniB lately oocupied by hor sister, and is now called Miss Roosevelt. ■ Titholisa great chum of her brothers, and rides, skates, and tramps as well a9 any of thirn. She Iiub boon wearing long skirts for a year past, and makes hnr formal debut at the White House in 1908, the last year of hor father's Presidency.

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The Catchment Area. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 April 1906

-The Catchment Area. A general moetiug of the Cutobment Area Defence Association was hold iu the Eust Kangaloon Hall on Tuesday afternoon, being largely altouiled. Mr. J. Alcoru, who presided, mentioned that it was absolutely imperative that they should keep united, moro especially as an amended Act would be randy to put before the legislature as soon as Parliament mot. Tho Association had done good work iu the past year, and tbero was much to guard against in the near fu ture. They had their private rights to pro tect, and they should demand that fair and impartial justice should bo given them. Wliatevor extends 1 powers were granted the Water and Sowerngo Board, tho rights of tlio owners aiid residents on the catchment area should be presorved. All actions, con ditions and demauds by the Board, causing d'image or loss to the residents, should be met witii oqnitable compensation. The election of olfioers was then proceed ed with, a committee.of eighteen being ap pointed, Mr. J. Alc...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 April 1906

RETURN THANKS. 3$Q£R. H. MARKHAM MILLS bega to lender his fiiucoru thanks for the kin:l letters, telegrams, eto., received by him duiing his lata mid bereavement, rrmflurb of business prevents him from replying to hll'ad he would otherwise wish to have done.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 April 1906

OflUXCB. young TARLE POULTRY, for sale— Indian Game, Burt Orpington cross. A. CONDON, liowial. 3E°0R SAMS, Tray Uucgy (Angus), to carry four. In tir^t'Clasn order. Cheap.—T. liliO WNLOW, Federal Harness Depot, Moss Vale. . . E«OR SALE, Prairie State INCUUATOR (CO egg), perfect order; also, small quantity well-bred POULTRY. Apply, " Pre9B" OlUce, Bowral... C5.0WRI13 KUTIIVEN* will sell at.hisfltooma, Bowral, THURSDAY (to-morrcw). at 2 p;m., Wire Netting, Alfa Laval Separator, Poultry, and Fruit. BOO ACRES FHEUHOLD, 4 miles railwoy, small houao, well'tonced; watered ; £1 10ii per acre ;. £100 down; easy terms. Apply—G. P. LYNCH, Moss Vale. ■ v;v; ■; •won SALE, nine new sulkies, three second-hand sulkies, spring van, village carts, and various other vehicles, to be sold ch»ap to clear — .T. RROWNLOW Federal Coscbbnilder, Moss Vale. , V 4£5J-tiEN\VObD FARM^ 220: acres freehold, 300 young fruit treesj'4,000 strawberry plants, 9 room residence, plenty water, J milo from railway and public...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 April 1906

-JUST WHAT EVERYONE S !.OULD L>0. . ..Mr, S..Q, ilnther, p'opriutor "Chronielo," Nur nrntun (Qk„ nlwnya Vi-np* a buhlo of Ch'irabertaiu'n Colio.Oliolero, ami Di<r-h oa Remedy ut hand, reftjy-for emo'gonoy, fo»- there 'n no telling1 when it . may bo needed Bio my-: — "It oomplololy tuned »no of chronic d\Monter»\ from which I had suffered for yonw. • X fwl ccnfiil-jit tlmfc ClmmbDrliin'f .Coluv.Cuule'n;»"»! Diurrhoea RernctU* niivod tlielifo of mv mfiinfc dnuuhfc'r. wlu>. when waa povo'oh' attnoked with dmrrhooa, »tnd wa* ptven up l»y t)io.diK}ior8.' l<ot-»»lo by I). Morgan, Chemist. -Lo'vtjpx■■nricni? ant! lu^h quality goods these, rivu factors have combined to m^Ue.Hill Bros, the busy commercial cealrfi oLthe. diiUrict.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 April 1906

MUNICIPALITY OF BOWRA.L. SarOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN, in terms of the Municipalities Aoi of 1807, that an Assessment upon all ltnteable Proportion within the Municipality has'been made by the duly appointed Valuers tlioreof for tho current Municipal Tear, lor the purposes set forth in Section 141 of tha.said Aot, and that a General Bate of ONE SHILLING in the £ has beon struck, and also ft Special Lighting Rate of SIXPENCE in the £ under Seotion 143 of the Baid Aet. - ... ' ■ Also, a Special Kate of One HALF-PENNY In the £, for Firo Brigade Board purposes, has been sttuck Tho Kate Book is open for inspection of Ratepayers, and others interested, at tho Town Hall, during office hours. ; A Court of. Petty Sessions will be held at the Court.House, Bowral, on TUESDAY, the 8th of May, at 2 p.m., for the purpose of hearing and determining appeals against tho Assessment. ^ Notice of Appeal must be lodged;with tha undersigned, in writing, SEVEN OLEAH DAYS before tho holding of tho Court. b . '...

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High Range and Jellore. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 April 1906

Higli Range and Jcllorc. "Far from the maddening crowd," oh yea, Tho* not eo far by simple count Of mile on mile, 'tie hill on hill— Yea; one might say a thousand hills That shuts the outer world from this. The everlasting hills thnl stand In quiet strength and majesty Through all the years ; no change except The change the changing seasons bring. The now young life thai oomes with spring, Tho foliage, the bursting forth Of bud and blossom on their Hides, Tho creeping vines that creep and climb O'er time worn rocks, and blackened butts Of fallen trees, ho clothing them That beauty orowns them onco again, .Tho summer with its fervid rays, And bright hot days and dewy nights Whonlifo runs riot for awhile, And blossoms take on deeper dyes, And nil the trees a brighter green, 'Till the dry, scorching breath at last On the life current breathes too hard, And all the tender living things Grow parched, and fade. And Autumn comes With kinder airs and cooler broath And seems.to breathe new l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 April 1906

« - BETTER THAN DISCOUNT. - - ANDREWS & CO.'S »m%0W ®) f IT@W ®> k%Cd^ <n ;f: a weeks ©pily3 Commencing SATU11DAY, FEB, 24. Spend Five Shillings Cask and yon gat a present; spend Ten Shillings and you get a better, and for every ' addition Five Shillings the value increases. SEE OUR WINDOW FULL OF PRESENTS, ' BOOTS, OiR-A-I^JKRY, CROCKERY, JkiNO ZlROIVftlOI^GJEIi'ar ONLY. [Kmni.igiiED I872.J J. G. MORRIS & CO., AUCTIONEERS AND VALUATORS, HOUSE, LAND, AND ESTATE AGENTS. 8"«P5 • . -— : . • Agents [or Australian Mutual Fire Insurance Co. . Victoria Fire .Insurance Co. ,, C'uloniul Muiuul Life A?anranea Society. : Mintn Smd Pig und Poultry Farm. ,, Griimh and Allen, Patent Attorneys. Goods vcceivcd at otir Rooms for Private-or Auction Bale. Analtraetive liat o[ I'rcichalcl Properliea for Sale. ' C. W. Hal stead, ARCHITECT, •4 Wkkmnoton," BUUHADOO. Dr. 11. Crawford, SURGEON DENTIST, TOWN IIALlr ftOWRAL. Nitrous Oxide Gna Adminfslorcd*, , Oflico Hours, &a...

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Concert at Cross Roads. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 April 1906

Concert at Cross Roads. On Friday evening last an enjoyable concert was held at the Cross Roads, at the bouse of Mr. Isaac Smith, which was kindly lent for Ibo occasion. The Rov. J. H. Craig occupied the olmir. The rooma were prettily decorated, and a temporary stage erected. The "concert room" was filled with an appreciative gathering, who thoroughly enjoyed the various items rendered. The local talent io coivod assistance from Moss Vale and Bertima per formers, light refn-ahments being provided at the conclusion for those from a distance who had assist ed. "" A_little Hjreech-making eusuod, in the course of which Mr. Jag. Chant moved a vote of thanks to the performers, which received hearty endorsement. The programme was a? follows:— 8onc, Star of Bethlehem, Rov. J. H. Mullens; Bong, Dolly's Revenge, Mt3 Culleii; song. Golden Shore, Mies Lindsay; son« and chorus, I'll be with you in the Springtime. Mr McGarry; song, (exqnigit* ively 8UDr) by Miss Thorndykc; comic song, Callage ban...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 April 1906

pAGTS ESTABLISHED AT COURT, In an action, the causa ol wliicb was flagrant'inis u?e of our lirm name unci other gross misrepresen tations by an imitating company, which was tried before his Honor Chief Justice J. Madden, K.C.M.G., L.Ij.D., in the Supremo Court, at Melbourne, the prosecution showed :— .1. That Snndoi and Sons' Pure Valatile Eucalypt Extract contains all medicinal constituents o£ the eucalypti, in o highly refined and pure : " . form. > 2. That it is rauoh mora powerfully healing (anti septic) than ordinary eucalyptus preparations. 3* That it does not depress the heart like ordinary eucalyptus preparations. . 4..That in contains no harmful ingredients, and 5. That it is highly commended by many author itiea for the last 30,yeaxa as a safe, reliable and offe'otive remedy. • Some imitators have tried to decoiyo fcho public by simulating our get np ; others havo relied on the "just aa good" gamo. Therefore, take caro and ob tain the ; GENUINE SANDER Ss SONS' EUCALYPTI...

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CRICKET BREEZES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 April 1906

CRICKET BREEZES. By "Slogger." Bowral met Kangaloon on Saturday, at Kanga loon ; the reeult was a draw. Gowrie Huthvcn captained Bowral, and winning the toas had fir&fc ueo of the wicket. Bill Jonca and Dick Whatman put on CO beforo tho consistent Dick bad the misfortune to bo run out for 32. Fred. Cope joiued Bill, and the score soon mounted up. By vigorous batting, Jones added 70 white Fred, put on 20. Marred, by only one chance at 56, the *% Ex-New* ingtonite" completed his second ccntury this season, and then retired on reaching 110, one more than bis score at Mittagong. '■ Bill " certainly played nice cricket, and never looked like getting-out. Sex Jone3, seeing there was not much time left, tried to force matters from the start, with the result to threw ov.*ay hiB innings. A keen cricketer, and a good sport " Sex" is— a good man ro have on tho aide, and is, perhaps, aecond to noue as an all-round cricketer iu the lierrima district this reason. Veteran Fred, defied the ...

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The Wollondilly Press (LATE "BOWRAL FREE PRESS"). 11.4.06. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 April 1906

Clje tenllmtfttfln Press (Late "Bowral Free Prbss"). 11.4.06. Local antl General. Mrs. S. Corrie, of uTi Tree," Colo Yale, was to have sailed on Monday for England via San Fran sisco, on a holiday trip. . . Tho Mittagong Tourist Association baa arranged to forward a number of baautiful photographs to the Tourist Information Bureau at tho Sydney show; piotorval poBt cards of local views will bo offered for sale, and circulars and guides di&tcibutod gratis. •* William Sweeney, when accosted on tho Mittagong railway station one night last week and aekod to show his tickot, refused to produce it. Ho was thereupon arrested, and subsequently at the police court was fined £1 or feven days. ;fle "took it out." Accused had travolled from Moss Vale to Miltagong. : Mr. "Waiter Walker, aon of Mr. H, Walker, of Oaklande, Mittagong, has just returned from Fiji, after a two years residence there, where he has been in the employ of the Colonial Sugar Company. He speaks highly of the climate...

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Cricket News. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 April 1906

Cricket News. A match was played at Kangaloon on Saturday between tlio Bowral and Kangaloon teain3, which resulted io a draw. Scores BownAL. It. Whatman run out .. .. .. .. 32 W. Jones retired .. . • .. .. .. 110 F. Cope o Cupitt b Harridan .. 23 G. Jones c J. Brookor b Hanigan .. .. 0 J, Huggelt not out 1 Sundries .. 3 Total for four wickets ., .. 17-1 Kanualoom. 6-Cupitt h Whatman . . 8 O- Harrigan c C. Jones b Whatman .. .. 14 A-I'iper o Stepheim b K. JonoB .. 20 J. Brookor not out .. .. .. .. 82 \v: Valentino b Jluthvcn ... .. .. 0 L. Brooker not out .. ; .. ... 11 Sundries .. .. ... .. , 9 Total lor lour wickota .. .. 100 The team to represent tho DowrnI 0.0 in a match against the Western Suburbs to bo playod at Bowral on Friday and Saturday noxt, is as follow G. H„ Buthven, E. Riley. G. and R Whatman, Jones (2), ; F. Cope, A. Stephens. J. Huggett, V. Sauer, and J. V7hila. In a watch against a Sydney team to he played at Bowral on Easter Monday, the Bowral C.O. will be . .repre...

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Moss Yale District Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 April 1906

Moss Yale District Court. The Moss Vale District Court was held yesterday before his Honor Judge Fitz hnrdinge. The legal gentlemen present were Messrs. C. C. Gale (of Gale and Paiue)j and T. A. F. McCarthy. • Miscellaneous Cases. : Tlve. cases Samuel Fraser v. James O'Donnel (claim £5 7s yd), and Oscar Mirow v. Jch i Thompson (claim £1 7s Cd), were continued to next court. Commissioners of Taxation v. William Chappie (land tax, £2 i3S-5d).'-—Struck out. . Commissioners of Taxation v. Mary Hill (land tax, £1 4s JM).—Amount paid into court, and case struck out. H. L.Jones v. William Ralston (claim £1 1 os for professional dental services). Vcrdict for plaintiff with court costs and expenses of one witness. • Municipal Cases. A nnmber of cases came on for decision in which the municipality of Moss Vale sued ratepayers for1 outstanding 'lighting rates. The cases were :— Municipality v. Patrick Carroll, ^ us. Municipality v. William Gougli,,claim, £■2 14s. ,. - Municipality v. Gorneliua...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 April 1906

BABr'QOUGU MU5JX N^VER LINQER. Nothing in move distro««ing than ti> eco u bolploss little infuut'Huftcring vviih a ough, mid to bo -fear ful of uMitifcr h romedy which may contiiu soma lnrmfuliugredient. 'Iho makorn of Chumbcrhin's Congh Remedy po>itivoly gunrmtoo that his pro pnratiou dniw not contain opium iu any form; or any other burn ful fubalance. Mothors amy confidently givo this rumody to th-ir lUtluonos. It glv«B prompt: roliuf,- mid is porfo tly suro. It -always ouroR, ond ourea quiolcly. • For Hillo by B. filor^uu, Ohoiti iat. ' ■The S uto'd gold yield for the Mnrcb quar ter was valued at £328,DOG, an iuoreaso of £32;-000. ^ J ■■ Hill i Bros, for'L"n(oiv Goods, Saltnou, Ling, Oudlijli, otu.

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Dan Barry's Company. "A MODERN CAIN." [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 April 1906

Dan Barry's Company. "A MODERN CAIN." The above is a'striking, title of a now, up-to dato drama, to be produced to night in the School' of Arts, Bowral, hy Dan Barry and his popular Dramatic Company. This popular actor .manager has just returned from a most successful tour of Queensland, where this new drama created quite a '! stir. "A Modern Cain" is a realistic and poweiful stage story ot the early days in Australia. A largo arid specially seleoted company will take part in the presentation, while the soenery wiil.be elaboruto and striking, giving Braphio pictures of oxritini; and thrilling adventures, The play is just now enjoying tt record run iu the old country. Dan Barry has ar ranged _for the production of the piece in thonoar future fn the big cities of Anstralia and NewZealand. Popular prices, whioh will bo within the reach of all,; are to be charged, viz, 2s and Is. The box plan ia now on viow at Davis's, where Beats may be booked without extra charge.

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