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Berrima District Rugby Union [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 July 1906
Berrima District Eugfoy Union A meeting of tho above was hold at the floyal Hotol, Mobs Vale, Thursday ovcnitij?. There wore some 25 delegates present, and Mr. Govme Rulhven presidod. A good deal of correspondence was read including letters from the union representative in Sydnoy ro Sydney team playing in the cUrtrict about tho end of AUrfUdt. The union decided to entertain the ioam, bat oould not see its way clear to pay the ex* ponses. Alottcrfrom tho Kangaroo Valley olub asking for their return matoh. On tho motion of Mr. 3*l> mon (Wilde's Meadow) and Mr. V. Koi'.h (Bowral), it whs decided to soud a team down to 'tho Valley after the final of tho local competition. . The chairman's motion that medals be: presented to tbo vvhinera of the competition was the medium of muoh diacuasion/and eventually it was decided thai each club pay iil toward* tho fund on or before the final of the competition, and that gold medals bo prosemod to each member of the winning tonm. • A comnliint fr...
WIFE'S PUNISHMENT. HUSBAND SHOOTS HIS SON. DRAMA OF REVENGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 July 1906
WIFE'S PUNISHMENT, HUSBAND SHOOTS HIS SON, DRAMA OF REVENGE. From Now York on 16th April, the cor respondent of the "Daily Mall" wrote:— Her only son dead, her deceived hus band a. prisoner, her lover a hunted fugi tive, If not already tho victim of lynch law, her luxurious home broken up, and her " life wrecked, a Georgia, lady, the wife of Mr Charles Lloyd, the wealthy ;owncr of- the Quilman Plantations, has reaped in one overwhelming moment tho awful punishment of her sin. Mr Lloyd, who for some time had been suspicious of the relations between hia wife and Mr William Davis, a lead ins merchant, returned home unexpec tedly, and discovered them together in .the house. Seizins a Bhot gun, he at tempted to. kill the man, but his wife aiding her lover, the gun was wrenched '.away,- and Mr Lloyd was ejected from the house. Rushing to the stable, he procured a revolver, with which he returned to tho house. As he approached, the door began to open, and the infuriated husband, assuming t...
Moss Vale School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 July 1906
Moss Yalo School of Arts. : ;A special-meetini» of tlie oommittee-wnsv he}d on Thursday night, the, principal ■business being to receive and i.adopt : tliC' annual.report and balance-shect.vpresent:: ij.iv Stevenson (President), Revs.-!J. :H.! Craig and J. Sherrin, Dr. H. Leighton Jones.Mossrs. F1 T; Berriian,,!,,Si Pon der, H. Richardson, E. B. Hawkins, and T. A. F. McCarthy. Correspondence. From the Sydney Book Club; announc ing that it was their,intention not to sup-, ply irtiFutuie books to Schools of Arts, as it was against their interests to do- so.— The secretary mentioned that on receipt of this letter he had written to Dymock's inquiring their terms, which had been supplied.—It was decided to leave the matter in the hands of the secretary - and treasurer to make the necessary inquiries and deal with same. In connection with the subsidy, the, Under-Secretary ytata, asking','why, in the balance-sheet'! a sum of £13 6s 6d, proceeds of an entertainment, was shown under the buil...
Presentation to Mr. E. A. Stacey. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 July 1906
Presentation to Mr. E. A. Stacey. A very pleasing ceremony took place at tho How ral railway stntion on Thursday evening, in the nature of a presentation to; our Inte very popular night oflieer, Mr. K. A. Stacey, prior to his depar ture for Coulabah, a >iition on tho western line Bomo 400 miles fraiii Sydney. - Mr. ,7. A. Itiley, Mfuioumaat^r, prpfii fori, ami ihere was a very good and r»pre«ent itiveattendance. The chairman, addressing Mr. Stacey, said : " On the ovo of your departure from linwral your fellow employees are pleased to t ike thU opportunity of wishing you good-bye, and of .expressing our very high appreciation of your associations with us dur ing the two years which yon have spent here a* our night officer ; and to demonstrate our oarnestnes* we ask you to accept a small tokon frotn u*—one which it should bo your custom to use at least twice each week, and it wUl be our pleasure. to b»?liove that it will each time remind you of the good feeling which has always ex...
Football. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 July 1906
Football. The competition mutohes for to-day aro : Bowral v.■ Mo-fa Vttla at Bowrnl, . Wildo'a Meadow v. Robertson at tlio Meadow, whilo Mittagong have tlio bye. . • Tlio following will represent Bowr&l in tlieir match with Moss Valp on .tlio Bowrnl football ground this afternoon : Merare. W. Riuhin, W. Cair-boyd, 11. Blacker, B. Mo -Kay, P. and R. llopson, D. Jones, II. Ells mure, P. Minns, 6. Rtuliven, E. Fitzgerald, II. Cutting, T. Smith, II. Lawsun, aud l\ Donraend ; omorgoii'cies. R. Riley, B. Olay tun, V.Kuilh, and J. Hill. In connection with the' Schools' ooinps tilion, tlw B.nvral and Mittagong schools meet in tlieir return match this afternoon at Bowl's!. ,;
Mittagong Bicycle Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 July 1906
Mittagong Bicycle Clul). A meeting 111 connection with the above bicycle club was held on Wednesday evoniug last at the Oommoroitil Hotol, MitUgong, tboro boing a fair attendance. Mr. L. Spriugott presided. Amongst the correspondence were letters from Messrs..W. E. Gould and E. Oupitt,' eenr., accepting tho position of vice-presi-, dents. The following donations were re ceived Dr. Middleton, Messrs. E. A. Oot tee and ii. White 10j 6d oaoh, Mr. J; Bun ter 7s Gd. and Mr. G. Horton 5s.—-The aeo-: retary was instructed to convey tho tbauks of tho meeting to the donors.' The secretary, was also instructed to com-: muuicnte with the looal football club with regard to holding a combined day's sports at nn onrly date. Mr. J. J. Nicholla forwarded a donation of I2h OJ for iaiproviug the condition of the truck. ■
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 July 1906
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CHAPTER XI. THE DENOUEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 July 1906
CHAPTER XI. The Denouement. Later in the day, when tl>e streets were more basy, a man and a woman met at the park corner, as if by ap pointment. 'i'ho woman was dark and pretty, but anxious lines pursued tlieir way on wliat had once been a careless, happy face. The man, who swung briskly off the step of an omni bus, and crossed to where the woman waited, was Dudley Grey, '• Ah, Kathleen, you have improved on your old Parisian habits. Punc tuality was not ono of your virtues then," ho laughed. They threaded their way quickly along the footpath, following the iron railing of the park fence. " No; I did not wish to keep you waiting. Had I gone to your rooms, or arranged some less conspicuous place of meeting, it would have been, perhaps, better. You know, I aiu afraid of being seen by either of those terrible men, Charles Lusker or Ed mund Jacomb. I think tlioy would kill me, had they the chance, after discovering that I had played them false at Portsmouth." The woman shuddered and ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 July 1906
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LOVE WON'T HIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 July 1906
'j ; . LOVE WON'T HIDE. • "We tried to keep tho railway carriage to ourselves," writes a girl who can appreciate I a joke against herself even when on hrr wed- : ding tour. 4 ! "At a certain station the guard opened the I door and In spite cf Fred's scowls, lifted a 1 small girl Into our compartment, making a lot of apologies. She was a little girl of about seven, and she sat on tho edge of the scat and stared about her. "What Is tho matter?" asked Fred. "I don't see the birds," said tho small girl, .plaintively. "Birds!- What birds?" asked Prod. "When I came from tho other train, your : guard said to my guard, 'Oh. put her tu be--' side tho love-birds.' " I
WOMAN'S RESOURCEFULENSS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 July 1906
,vWOMAN'S ^RESOURCEFULNESS.: Women hnvo a reisourcefulncss that. no. men cub ever" hopo to attain. A;youns lady; named Kate was married not long ago; * When on- her honeymoon she lind occasion-to make some purchases in a Bhop and ordered the goods to. bo, sent to her at'thb Royal Hotel., But In an absent-minded moment she gave her maiden namo to the shopkeeper, Sho had scartcly ^reached the door, however, ; when she npted\her mistake. With admirablo j wit she stepped ^back- and said to the shop- I man, "Oh, by tho way, send that packago to J Miss Kate ——- care of Mrs , Royal Hotel," and she swopt out of tho store as if she had been married fifteen years.
A BITTER DISAPPOINTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 July 1906
A BITTER DISAPPOINTMENT. ' Jerome K. Jerome, at a dinner in Now I York, . exprwsed'' his.disappointment..ai not1 having met Mr Howells, the novelist. i ♦-'Perbaps-yoir think/" said Mr Jerome, "that1; I am not great enough to. merit meeting bim. At any rate, my disappointment is great.- I am In much the samo position as the disap pointed-window-cleaner. "ThlScpoor fellow ; was. cleaning the. great plate glassf:window.of ;tho first-floor of-n Park i Lane mansion,' wh'en"R—r—r—thudl he Flipped i j\nd foil to tbo hard stone sidewalk below. It was-a matters! some ten feet, 'V "A. crowd gathered, full of sympathy,-For tunatelyi^.tho jnan' wns not much hurt. 'Dazed and >'Eore,'vhc raised- himself, to a sitting pos ture, and a servant ran to lilm with a glass of water. . • "Ditterl^.disappointed,- the rwlndow-cleaner waved the water aside,-. " -«Onlyi watert'^he said. 'From what height ' should I have to fall to g'et a glass of beer?' "•
EXPORT WIDOW TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 July 1906
EXPORT WIDOW TRADE. A Fengtlen correspondent states that a Japanese has Imported about 3000 Ja panese widows, whom he offers tor sale either as domestic servalts or as second ary wives. Photographs are first 3hown to Intending purchasers, who then malto their selection, and the woman Is weighed and her value calculated on a basis of 60 cents a cattle (Chinese tmund). -"Chung Huo-pao," Pelcin.
HOMELY FARE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 July 1906
KOMELVFABi. , Pot Roast* ot Lamb.—R?q-!ircd:: Piece ! oflotn of: lamb, one ounce' of lard, half': • an • ounce ofr bu Iter, one onlcn.' Take- a nice: pi ece of nieat—a 1 eg; ■ shoulder.;, or.. loin., according to the flue of .your party, —ana remove all superfluous fat. P ac2 the lard, butter, and finely-cut Onion IT an lroii pot. Let the onion fry to a l'ght . brown, put In the meat . nft»C' having . salted It. Place the cover on;the pot and > let the meat cook till n'celv browned;;' turning it so as to cook evenly., then add enough water to ke?p ihe m at fiorn burning, turning the joint coi s'antly, ro as to cook evenly, then acid enogh water to keep the meat from-burning, turning/ the" joint constantly, so . that It may brown on all sides. Cook carefully till ■ done', allowing the same time as you. would for roasting.' The cover of the pot must, of course, be kept on. Dish the Joirit,; thicken and'color the gravy before, pouring round the meat. Serve with boiled vegetables and...
TWO HOODS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 July 1906
TWO HOODS. Pretty little hoode can be easily made^ from the came material * as a-coat-or; jacket The diagram shows how to make No. L The dart In the middle of the,-, back fiats it to the size or the nock, the gathering between the notches gives a- becoming fulness. It is put'On to a straight front and swansdown,' or. lambs wool used as edging. No. 2 ls,.a varia tion of the jelly bag shape, which Is quaint. : Both hoods :have; the recom mendation of being comfortable, and if a young, child falls asleep vin * one there: is nothing stiff and bulky . to cause :, dis comfort.
NANCY LEE—NEW VERSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 July 1906
NANCY LEE—NEW VERSION. "My pupils,'- said the school:teacher,"wero ; •singing- 'Nancy Leo! with ft will the other, morning. I was beside a little girl, and her shrill and sweet treble was ns delightful as a lark's song. "But surely her- wordB - Trere " not- quite right? I stopped her in n ccrtaln phrase, and asked her whnt-Bhe had been singing. She told ine prettily that It was: ' 1 ■ " 'See, there she stand upon her hands and', waves the key.' " v *
DOING HIS BEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 July 1906
DOING HIS BEST. "Jones,- said the electrical engineer to the head clerk sternly, "I. caught you kissing the typist when I camo, back from Junch this af ternoon, What explanation.; havo you to make, sir?" "Why," , replied Jones, ' Without-' moving a muscle,-"you told rae to attend to all your duties in your absence."
WIT AND HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 July 1906
WIT AND HUMOR. Ho (angrily) : I believe you'd marry the first loot that asked yoa. Sh o ; 7*ry mo. Maria : Will you lore me all your life. dar ling? Thomas : I will lovo the© all my nine lives. Boss : I know by the tono of hts voice ho was going to proposo to mo. Teas : Was thero a ring in it? "But do you think you could do the cooking for two?" "Oh, that is all right. Mother will do tlio cooking." Ho : Do you really tblnk kissing la un healthy? Sho : It depends on whether the •girl's father catches you. Jack: What shall I furnish my cosy corncr with? His Friend : With any good, desir able, IS-year-old" girl, of courso." He ::. It is true I am poor, but then wealth Is'a great care. Sho : Well, r shall expect morofor less carc from the man I marry. Harry : Sho told mell might hope. Freddie: Betterrbe careful. I've known girls to say that when Ihey intended to accopt a chap. "Of,courso, a horccshoo always means luck." "Olv yes, and If the horse passes It up to you behind your back It ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 July 1906
-THE AKXUA1 HOSPITAL BALL (PLAIN AND FANCY DRESS) Will bo held in the BOWRAL SCHOOL OF ARTS, — ON — WEDNESDAY, lUIi JULY, '06 Dancing commence! »t 8 p.m. Double Tickets 5s, Single 3s. May bo uroeiucil ,\t the Commercial Bnnk, Bow rnl. Moss VkIo, nml Mitt.-^orig, Molars. Ilill Broi., or from Members of tlie Committee. MISS SCOTT-REED 1 Hon. MISS CORKY j Seen. MR. 0. YV. MARSDEN, Hon. Trcaa. Mittagong Bed Endowment Fund. The Annual Ball In connection with tho above will bo hold in tho Canterbury Hall, Mittagong, — ON — WEDNESDAY, 1st AUGUST Mnsio: Piano (Mr. G. Vincent), Violin, and Cornet. Double Ticket 5s, Gci;(a 83, ladies 3s fid. ANNIE D. COTTEE\ Joint CLAUDE LEE J Hon. Been. W. W. ARNETT TggRGS to nnnonnoc that he has coramncod busi ness at corner of Bong Bong unci Wiugecarribbeo sle.t as SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKER. Saddles a speciality. A Trial Solicited. HORSE GLIPPiHQ SEASON. E. BRAZIER, 3SCWIN0 pntehn«ed n New I'iiicago EEnrsc 6LII»1*IRI2 MATISSE. is now 'prepared to CLIP HOUSK...