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Mittagong Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 July 1906

Mittagong Council. The above council meeting was held on Wednesday evening last, there heing pre sent AlcL Wsstbury ( Mayor), Merri-: fieid,'Mealing, Wallis, and j. Lake. Correspondence. : Frcim J;. Gibson^ Under Secretary, Chief Secretary's Office, stating that , his; Excellency the Governor, with the advice- • of the Executive Council,, had been pleased to appoint Mr. John Lake for his unexpired term of office, and Mr. John: Mealing, for three years, as aldermen. J. W. Blackadder wrote drawing atten tion to the disgraceful state of Louisa st.y; and stated that the road was. full of ruts< He asked that the road should be attend ed to.—On the motion of Aid. Mealing and Lake it was decided that the-matter; be left in,.the hands of the Works'Com-; mittec. From A. W. Tooth,-referring tor-the-:; bad stats , of Fitzroy. and: Stanley ;streets;w near- his . residence; ; and /stating "that- hesi had lately snapped an axle, owing.: shameful condition of the^road '—The' Mayor state...

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Going into Recess. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 July 1906

Going: into Recess. At a general meeting of members of the Moss Vale Musical Society on Thursday night, presided over by Mr. E, E, Row, it was decided to go into recess for sev eral months, by which time the severest of the winter weather would lie passed. The chairman suggested that it would be a very filling act on the part of the society if before separating they could in s»me way recognise the untiring labors of Miss Alltnan, their accompanist, who had so unselfishly devoted so much of her time and abilities to the interests of the society, not only at their numerous rehearsals but also at the concerts which they ha 1 given. The .suggestion was very heat lily adopted, and it was decided to malt« a presenta tion to Miss Allman, at a social evening "to lie arranged by a sub to nmiUce, which was thereupon appointed.

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Convicted of Assault. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 July 1906

Convicted of Assault.. At tho Uoulburn Quarter Sessions ..on Tuesday before Judge Fitzhardinge., John Smith, an old man, was cliargcd with assaulting, with inteut, Nancy Iaciie Fenton, 14 years and 10 months of ago, near Exeter, on 20th June. A second count charged accused with in decent assault, aud a third that he assaulted and olhorwise heat and illtreated the girl. AccuBed pleaded not guilty. Nancy Irene Fenton, living at Meryla with her parents, deposed that on the day in question alio wan walking along the.old rail way line when accused caught hold of bor ; accused caught hold of her hand and said "Bhnke handsaccueed threw her on the ground and she full on her buck ; neon ted held her down ; she screamed ; accused had hold of the bottom of her skirt; shs got up and said "Leave nie alone, you old brute, or I'll tell the policeaccused got up, and when slie said this he still had hold of tho bottom of her skirt; she pulled away, ftud ran to Mr. Podmoro ; her left leg was grazed w...

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

J. G. MORRIS & CO., AUCTIONEERS AND VALUATORS,. ■ .HOUSE, XAND, AND ESTATE AGENT3. Agents for Aiislralinn Mutual .Tire IniuriDM Co. ,, Victoria Fire Insuriuice Go. ::Ooloninl Mntunl :Lifc Aranranee So«i«tjr. „ Minto Smil Pig nnd I'ouitiy Farm. ,, Uriaitli ami Allen, l'atont Attorneji. ; Goods received at our Booms for Private"or Auction Sule- • 1 . An attractive list of Freeholdl'ropcrties for Siilo.

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

THE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY of SYDNEY, Ltd.. [EixiBUi«i» 1831.] • •ayitll yiii if £1,000,000 Re«»™F»n* 1.100,000 2«*«rrs Sapitil I,000,00i3 v mi, im,m KUMIMU. (i. J. ChiirmM. B*a. FI. B. K«iar, lf.L.G., Dtputy Cbairotaa. . , H»n. H»nrj Moms, M.Tj.C, il«n. Ritlmrd Jonn, UJj.C. H»». F. T. Humpherj, 51.L 8. iC»lTOE». 4. H. K. Mixwoll, lis?., V,'. L. D.«k«r, Eiq. HEAD OFFICE, OEOHGE-ST, SYDNEY. T. A. Dibbs, Genera! Mannger, ?. B.Gaden, Assistant Manager and Chief Inspector. A. J. SonUr, Accountant. tT.O.B.Tilay, II.H. Utssio, W.H.Pinhey, Inspectors. KSTBEBST IUTI5S ON FIXED DEPOSITS, li pov eons, for 6 raonlhu. li 2>«rc«a>. for 13 montki. 2 p«r o«at. for S jcar». <0©1S»8K OffFICS, 18 BIROHlJf-JjANIS, E.G.. SvutSan—?. EL Dubrm-, 8«q.; B«i» W. L»vy, Siq. -, Sail. H. S. IjilUgtiO. l/annjEf—F. A. Beritouar. Brincha# (hrca^hatit ths SUS« «l &»ir S»oth »nd in Quecniltttd. ■AjoMieB tbrouflliout tho KorM. Bovrrol Bmnth, OATISi GEORGE, Manager. M* XK&AIaES, ST...

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The Wollondilly Press. (LATE "BOWRAL FREE PRESS"). 7.7.06. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 July 1906

®be ftcMontnUn llress. (Lath "Bowrai. Fkek Press"). 7.7.06. Local and General. Lowkst prices ami. high quality goods —these two factors have combined to make Hill Bros, the busy commercial centre of the district. It being considered desirable that cook ery classes for girls should be established in connection with the District School at •, 'vBowral, a petition has,' during the week, i.wibeen prepared and largely signed by the •>•5- -parents.and friends. interested, requesting, ^tjie Minister for Public Instruction to es - ■ ij|tablish such a class, The public will, we ^'s^are sure; support with their .good : wishes ^t&this proposal, for a girl's ' knowledge- is 'i's^^adly; lacking if the art of cooking a good ..i-s^dinner has been overlooked. ••••^ij^sn'/riio-annual-hospilal'-bftH-will bo held on AVodnesdiiy .next in the Bnwrtil School of Arts, and promises to bo a pronounced stto OOSfl. At mentioned in our last isauo, Monday mght wnn "pound night" in connection with the ...

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

It's Getting Cold. -• . MAKE YOURSELVES SNUG FOR THE WINTER . BY GETTING YOUR Blankets, Flannels Jackets, Winter Underwear New ©ress Goods Men's, Boys' and Youths' Clothing Boots and Shoes J. B. ANDREWS & CO., BOWRAL f ACTS ESTABLISHED AT COURT, In an nation, tho caueo of which was flagrant mis* n?o t>f our (Inn munn an l other ^ro^s mirtn>pra3iin "tiitions by an imitating company, which wan tried before his Honor Chief Justice J. Mil Men, K.C M.CJ., L.L.D.. in the Supremo Court, at Molbourne, tba pro'tcution showed :— 1. That Sundi-t and Sons'PuroValaltta Kucalypti Extract contain* all medicinal constituents of tho oucalypti, in a highly refined and pure form, 3. Tliat it is much mora powerfully healing '(anti septic) than ordinary eucalyptus preparations. 8* That'll does not depress thohoari like ordinary eucalyptus preparation". ■4 That in contains no harmful ingredient*, and 5. Thnt it is highly commended by many author ilios for tho last SO year* as n safe, ioliab...

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Mittagong School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 July 1906

Mittagong Scliool of Arts. A special moctinj: ol tlio committee was add on Thursday night. 1'rcpont: Dr. Middle-ton (Presi dent), Messrs. Mealing, Lcighton, Dradin, IVadiso, Hmton. An apology was icceivcd ftom Mr. Claude Lee (arc.). The annual report uai rend ty Mr. Draflin, and adopted on ihe motion of Mo sr.*. Mealing nnd Hoiton. The balance-sheet which was nlso satis factory, was adopted on motion ot Messrs. Mealing nnd Paradise. Tlio annual meeti 'g of motubstt will bo held on the 10th instant.

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

Fontb.'iil ^'Iiaiiipions. V We uso u.»lhi"g but Chamberlain's Pain Balm as a rub down lfuiniont whilo training «>r nftor a gamp," writcH tho secretary of tho KngMiuwU Foot bull Club, Kogb-lmwlc (Via.). We have found it to pofwess th(* powor to promptly rel'ovu Mntmn anl upraina, unci to quickly beul nil abrasion*. . Wo j ftrtly Attribute our hucco.ss to Chumborlaiii'd Pain Bulin, for by usihg it fi ouly wo arc always in eornli. tinn; no Horem-ss or j-tifnerts." For talo by D, Morgan, Chvani.^, Rr>\vr»l. ,

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MONTE CARLO'S RECORD YEAR. BETTER THAN LAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 July 1906

MONTE CARLO'S RECORD YEAR. BETTER THAN LAST. The Casino at Monte Carlo has had a record year. The bank's winnings amount to LIOO.OOO more than last year. The remarkable is that, notwithstand ing: that all this money has been lost by •the public, so'many of the public should be winners. . Some never lose! True, }t ' is but seldom that visitors have the good' fortune of the; young. Pole Count ■Jean Sobansky, who;recently, late in the evening,* won some L»14,000 from which he made* a large present to a lady who brought'him luck. Perhaps nothing amazes . the novice more than to see a punter.-leavp.vhis pilo of notes untouched on the table. Tho punter has won again,' and * the croupier picks up the notes and" counts them de liberately, spreading out each note in Iront of him on the table — one, two, three .V. . eleven, twelve thousand .-{francs); replaces them- on the winning color, takes 32,000 from the packet on his right; and again counts solemnly one to twelve thousand,.and throws th...

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Proposed New Racecourse. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 July 1906

Proposed New Racecourse. A well-atteudod mealing of the committee of tbe Moss Yale Jockey Club was held at the Commercial Hotel; Moss Yale, on Tnes day night. •Tho Mayor (Dr. Loigbfcon Jones), who presided, explained that the object for which the meeting had been called was to consider the advisability of purchasing a suitable piece of gronud in tho Austormoro estate for a racocourso. A number of mombors had been to view tho proposed site, aud they would no doubt be uble to give them a little information. Mr. .Richardson said two or three mem bers bad spoken to him about possessing a course of tlieir own, and lie had suggested the purchase of a piece of tho Auatermere .estate which ho. thought 'suitable. It hid siuce been inspected, and he thought all who; had seen-il were of the opinion that a suit able course could be obtained. The first thing necessary was to form a company. The proposed site would tako in some (50 aores, which would require to be fenoe.i and drained, eto., and h...

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NOT TO BE DUPED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 July 1906

, . ■ . J ' " "NOT: TO BE DUPED. 1 A priest announced that a coHectiou would bo taken up to defray tho coat of con! lor heating the church. Everybody contributed but-Tim'-Nolan, who gave a sly wink as the plate waa .presented to him. The priest, after service. • took, his parishioner to task. "Now, Tim," he said, "why didn't you give something, If it was but little?" "Faith, I'm on yez!" Bald Tim. "What do you mean?" "Ob, nothing. Just that I'm on to yez: that's all." "Tim, your words aro. disrespectful. What do you mean?" " "Ob, faith; father, a-tbrylng-to j pull th* wool over mo eyes, a-thrylng & mako us bo« Here yez wants the money to buy ■ con I tr heat the church, an' yer rlverenco knows it's heated by steam!" The many terrestrial factors—such as coast-line, ocean depths,; rivers, local weather, etc.—that modify the tidal ac tion of the sun and moon make accurate predlctfons of 'tidal phanomcna very dif ficult—the more elements In the prob lem the lesa accurate tho resu...

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

Your Sorolfes You should deal with a firm whoso toiow ledge of buslne.su by practical experience enables them to help you to make a good choice in every department. We are tliat £h'm---TAYLOIX BBOS. Our experience is two-fold, viz., Buying and Selling. We Imow where and when to buy Fashionable, Up-to-date, Seasonable Drap ery and Millinery, and where to buy the Best Brands of Clean and Fresh Groceries. And, as to Soiling—well! if you give us an order, you will know our prices are right. 9 •s, - Grocers, - Ironmongers, MOSS YALE.

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

ORDERS over 20s. POST FREE, excepting Floor Coverings. JLffecl.® QREAT PSTT STREET SALE, SHOW IN FULL SWING. TREMENDOUS REDUCTIONS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS, IS* ID© mot ioaiss tSs.© <t5ppos?fc«ajait2r« Writ© sub once tea tto© Kusiesfc Staop in. Sy<dbraesr9 ORDER AT OJTCEi. THIS IS THE TIME TO BUY. PITT STREET.

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HER CHIEF CONCERN. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 July 1906

A ,- . HER CHIEF CONCERN. . ; "Ob, policeman, do Btop them baa, wicked, cnieI:;boys from tyln' that kettle to that poro dog's tall." V.VIs It your dog?'' It's my. kettle."

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A DEAN RAMSAY STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 July 1906

A DEAN RAMSAY STORY. Dean Ramsay once wroto that some of the | roost curious stories with which he was favored were related of old Scotch ladles in the then novelty and exeltoment of railway tracvllln*. MfRMns thrfr Inprago or rtndlnjj that something bad gono wrong about It, i cnuaoa tnem terrible distress, whicb wen very amusing to (be onlookers, although not ;o themselves, poor ladies! ?n particular, the Dean was much enter tained with the earnestness of this feeling, and tho expreflslon of it from nn old Scottish Indy, whoso box was not forthcoming at tho station whero sho was to stop. When urged to bo patient, her indignant exclamation was. "I can bear ony palrtlnj;a that may be cn'ed for in God's provldentc; but I canna' sUin' palrlln' frao ma claes."

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Proposed Testimonial. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 July 1906

Proposed Testimonial. A well-attended and influential public meeting, convened by the Mayor (Dr. H. Laighton yones) was held in the Moss Vale council clumbers on Wednesday evening to consider what steps should be taken to suitably express thcr*.public es teem felt for Mr. Parke, who has filled the position of postmaster for 24 years, but who has received instructions tcjj pro ceed to a similar positional Lithgow. The-Mayor presided, and in opening the proceedings nientiqned that.Mr. Parke had been amongst them for some 24 years in the capacity of postmaster, arid they would be failing in their duty as a com munity if they.allowed him, after such "a lengthened service, to part from them without, some token of the manner in which they appreciated his worth. True, Mr. Parke had not taken a very promi nent part in public movements in the town, but he had no hesitation in say ing that in his official capacity he had al ways been hard-workiug, conscientious, and courteous, and the fact of...

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ELECTIVE CURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 July 1906

ELECTIVE CURE. In n certain villago church the congregation had been greatly disturbed during tho singing of the hymns by a certain i;ct of women who would persistently gossip in a loud tone. At-lost tho minister devised n plan to stop this disturbance. At a given signal by him every one In tho choir was to stop singing abruptly. So, during the singing of a hymn lie gavo tlie'sIgDal—at this evoryono stopped singing. One of tho offenders who was unable to check herself was heard to say In a loud tone, "I always fry mine In lard." ."As we noW know," announced the mnis ter, "that she always fries hers in inrd, we will proceed with the singing." And thoro was silence after that.

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

Can foe Chamberlain'* Gwlio. Oiioieru, an \ Di irdiocii Uom edy is tho most smnovaful mcdiuiiin in use for bawol complaint*. Cures ^ri. ing, all.htmh of tlinrrhMo.i, .And nt tli'% fiwt llh'HU'll lO MOuivM or' tho bowel should botokon. It oun bi» depended upn;> ovo:i ia tho m »st aevoro and d mtjtJrims For B.ilo by J). Morgan, Chemist B^wraU tfot 3uhci*itc<l. . Only a smutl per^cutH^o of the millions t'uU Inv© C)tmnnpUou inherited it. Iti nearly every iiHttuioo it wns a ne^lrotel 00115)1 op uold Unit dnvHhipd wo ik'lun'^s, uiul C<m*umptiou followed. If Chimb*' ^plnin'rt C'lMtuh Romoly it» taken riiclit at tltu begin .itiiig, It chocks the cou^Ii, *ojtli©* Htidlionlatho -luugf, a tl n^ist* nature to throw oit tho dinoine. ChtvnborluinN rough ItcmcJv alw iv» cures. JLW •8;v o.byO. XTirgit) C!u'miat» T3^svvui. <.

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ALMOST TREATED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 July 1906

ALMOST TREATED. * Two Germans were on their way to work when one of them, Hana, observed their con* • tryman, Schnidcr, on tbo other side of the etreot sweeping tiie walk in front of hia saloon. "Adolpli," said Hans, pointing to the naloon man, "yust look nt Schnidcr dol»R bin own schwceplnp. By golly, he Is der meanest mid stingiest man vat Iss." "No," retorted Adoplh, "he i» not bo stingy nc you tink. He almost treated me vonce." "How do you make dot oud?" questioned Hans. "Mow could he almost treated you vidoud doing It?" '"Veil, dat happened dis vny," said Adolph. "Vono cold mornink I dropped into Sehnider's ; place unrt sat me down b.v der lire for a Httlo varmnesa, und Schnidcr van cleaning der bar up. He looked all der bottles from der shelves, vlpcd dem clcan und .sat dem on der bar; den he tooked der glasses und did lllce vIbo; after dot to vlpcd der .shelves off, und put der clean bottles und glasses back. Vcn die vork vaa finished he looked over to mo und says: 'Veil, Ado...

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