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MIXLIONS FOR "INTANTS." LARGE INVESTORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 July 1906

MIXLIONS FOB, " INTANTS." LAItOH INVESTORS. Many readers.! writes the "Daily News" of 20th Starch, when noting the result of the rcffwit "looping the ioop" case, may liave asked themselves what has Mr H. K. Causton, M.P., the Pay master-General, to do with the Law Courts, ami why should he have charge ; of the money, recovered by the.lady ar-. tiste iu that ease, and why Mr Justice Darling directed that it should be in vested in Consols., i , 15y the rules of the Supreme : Court, when a sum of.money has been awarded ; to a person under, age in on, aetloirin the King's Bench Division, Urn judge may order'the.sum recovered to be paid : into court, and . invested or otherwise dealt' with 4for the'-benefit of 'the :''ln-' fiint." By, various Acts oC Parliament it has been-enacted that all-pa.vments iuto court: should be made: to the Pay master-Gonernl.-; For this purpose there is a Pay Office at the courts in the Strand, where av:largc amount. of busi ness is: transacted: - - The hisfor...

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SERVICES TO-MORROW. Church of England. 88. SIMON AND JUDE, BUWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 July 1906

■SE11 VICES TO-MOliHOW. Church of England, 88. SIUON AKD JUDB. DUWIUL. Services si 11 and 7. Holy Communion—iRt Sunday in month nt 11 am, 2nd at 8 a in, 3rd at 7 p.in, -Uh at 8 am, Gth at 11 a m. The Beoior. ST. stkpukn'b, UIITAOONCJ. 1st Sunday in month—MiUnjjonfi \ \ &ncV7.S0 2nd Sunday—MiitngotiK 11 (u c.) & 7.30, OoloVale 3 3rd Sunday—MitlaKong 11 & 7.30 {ii.c.ji Hill Top 8 4th Sunday -Mittagonp 11 nml 7 30, Jellore 3 5th Sunday—M'goug 11 A 7.30, Children'^ Service 3 Bev, T. J. llelterimn. AI<L 0AINT3, SUTTON VOI1RBT, Sutton Forest at H, communion ftm Sunday Bnndannon at 3.30. communion third Sunday Exeter 7.30, communion peeond Sunday Bev. A. C. Corletlo. wiN'nccAnHinni'.K. Burr&wang 11, Up MittuRon^ 3, W KanRnloon 7.50 Ki>v. D. T. Smith. Roman Catholic Church; . Bowral 9.30, Miitagong 11 and 3 30 • Service at Howral every Friday at 7.30 a iii. -■: Rev. J. Cairoll. Methodist Church. . Bowral, Supply 11, Kov C \Voodhnii8'« 7 Mittagon...

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CROWN LANDS. HOW MR. CROOKS WOULD USE THEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 July 1906

CROWN ELANDS. HOW MR, CROOKS WOULD USE THEM. Speaking at Woolwich on Saturday, night, 10th March, at the anniversary, dinner oC the Woolwich Radical Club, Mr Crooks said if lie had his way lie would stop everything In Parliament, and pass a Bill for old-age pensions right off. . We ought to make in this country model villages to which men out of work could take their wives arid child ren, rind work there until they became accustomed to agricultural life. Had it ever occurred to the people that they owned thousands of acres of land called "Crown lands?" He had very often wondered what was done with tiiis land. At tbis very moment there were 5000 acres of agricultural land called. Crown lands whiclVshould at once bp handed over to the Department of Agriculture. At the head of that Department they had as President Lord Carrington, who was at one -with the Labor Party on this land question. If he had a chance to cut these. 5000 acres up into small holdings, many men would be able to get...

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

For Bronchial Conyhe luke Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, Is OJ.

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THE LADIES' COLUMN. USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 July 1906

THE LADIES' COLUMN. USEFDIi HINTS. To Clean Water Bottles.—Put a tabie apoonful of tea leaves and a tablespoon ful of vinegar into the bottle, and then till with cold'water. ShAke, then let the bottle stand a while, after which empty It out, rinse In clear water, and it will be bright and clean. To Stop a Leak In a Pipe.—A tempor ary stopping of a leak In a water or gas plpo is easily effected /with a paste made of yellow soap and wliltlng. This, of course, should not prevent one's send-. Ing Immediately for the plumber, but It will make waiting for him less trying it he Is somewhat slow in coming.^ To Clean a Mackintosh.—-Spread the cloak out on a deal table; and go over it carefully with a small scrubbing brush and some soap moistened: with rain water. Rinse in plenty of'clear cold water and hang out in the shade to dry. Stains which will not yield to soap and water will probably be easily removed by rubbing them with a little ammonia. To Renovate a Shabby Wicker Chair.— First cle...

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

a H., Hahtead, ARCHITECT, i" WxuuiMiTim," litJHUADOO. Dr. II. Crawford, SURGEON DENTIST, TOWN 11ALL, IiOWRAL. Kktroui Oxido <j*i Adraini«l«rei, OSSa* lloutj, 5 * ™. 'o S p.m. MRS. S. C. GIBBONS, TBACIIRR OF MUSIC SINGING,' ELOCUTION, AND DANCING. TISITS HOWRATi DAII.T. IHBUS ON' Al'l'UCATION, AMWu.-BUttRADOO. . GEO, E. VINCENT, A. MUS. T.CA,, PB07ES5011I OP MUSIC, : BG.WUAL AND UITTAWOh'S. FIAMOFORTK, HARMONY, , COMPOSITION, Etc. ... ®H*US SX AP1*U(GATI«N. m. A. BENNETT, Teacher o,f Violin. 'MIS3 A. BENNETT, ^Teacher of Pianoforte, ^' SUVKADOO axKiii'/r. BOWnAL 7«raa« an mppimtaoH. DR. H. LEIGHTOJi JOKES. ■ DBNTIST, ,A n'CW^ ® ti*eofc9 oKwYale May be conmiUcd at . . .. ^organ's Pharmacy Evsry Monday. Forenoon and Friday. Aflsrnoon. David W. Moffat, "MONUMENTAL MASON, AUG,TLB ISTREET, MOSS YAW. (NEXT FIRE STATION), , $»TtHA1B8 ron Headstones ih Qjiahit e, MAMJL*, and, FbOSJSiIONU.. JjATEST DESIGNS'ON APPLICATION. Bhjt WoREMAs'iinr G uaxanvuhd.' Ddlrs. ^tiffoltlliy, (QUTiBN...

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HOIST WITH HIS OWN PETARD [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 July 1906

HOIST WITH HIS OWN PETARD Parmer Holzbauer, of Funfklrchen, Hungary, drove home across the fron tier lately will) n. load of hay, iu which a quantity of gunpowder bad been skil full.v concealed with the idea of evad ing the payment of duty. All went well (reports a local paper), aud the Customs ofllocrs did not even stop Holzliauer's waggon. Well pleased with his work, the farmer refreshed at several wayside houses, with the result that when Hear ing homestead, lie was decidedly the worse for drink. Lighting his pipe, lie carelessly tossed the match Into the iiay, which was set .".light, and exploded (he gunpowder. Farmer and waggon were blown to bits, but the horses escaped injury. ••"Where are yon going, my pretty rraid'." "1'in going a-biklng, sir." she said. "There's no belle on your bike, my nrttty maid." "When r mount there will be one, sir,' ' she said. "Ally Sloper's Half-Holiday."

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

■ Hill Bros;, . Bowral—tha leaders, in, fashio.n. Their stock- of drapery, etc., keeps pace with the seasons. . Your 3So«ey ICack. As a special rooomiuondatiou to. induce yo»i to try Glmuilietl&m'H Couuh. Ko/nedy, we nutho i»o overy chemist or storekeeper who aella it to jrajiruii'be it will givo tatiafacfion, 01 rofund the money. tiwW tliia guarantee you onnnofc afford to hepj'uto xhwn, as .any mwtfcal m m wil Vtel! you* yoa ava. ori'Hnt»ffr ing your lift* by neglecting a.ooitgh or cold. Cn -m» herlam's Cough Remedy not miorety relievos, hut out-en. I: in ploRRnnt to f'tko, and is free poisons. Sol t and guaranteed by frMngun, Oh- tn ist, Bowral. ,

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Spoils of the Deep. BY A BANKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 July 1906

Spoils of tlio By a Bankki). Tri ■■mm of the picturesque bays of tbe h'orth Wen Cornish co ist a hpectaclo bus .recently .bi'i'ii witiiCHRiiil such na. has not been ,ce»ii for perhaps neai ly hull a century. S'atinned on elevated positions round the rock-girt inlet, alert, and ever on the witlch for iliu appearance of one of those surging masses of that most prolific of nil fish, tbe pilchiinl, which from tiiuo to time visit that delightful coast, the " Intern "—men who give the hue arid cry, Hovr, Hevit, when a shoal apportra—^-descried in the d.stance the approach of a 1rir<<o slianl. Soon it. is reu lined that li "biifility boat of fisli, «roch as tin y had never had [he good fortune to see before, in rapidly approaching iho bay. Tbe alarrn htuin given every availablo boat is launched, and noon a huge shoal esti mated at ubout thirteen million fish i.i cap tured in the numerous " seinea-' which have been hbot. A wi trd and extraordinary spectacle is now enac...

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1150 Guineas for an Orchid. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 July 1906

1150 Guineas for an OrcIvM. Messrs. Protherie p,nd. M-orri's hold li'salk ot orchida at their rooms iu Oheapsida (Lon-; don) on March 22, which may be regarded ns historic. A single plant Bold for 1150 guineas. Up to that moment the highest price ever paid for an orchid at a public auc tion was 850 guineas. The saleroom (ac cording to the London Staudard) was filled, with orchid lovers, but tho general- pnhiio was absent. One of tlio said pubric would have had some difficulty in obtaining'-; ad mission. The doors were doubly guarded by attendants, who challenged ever/ unknown one as jealously as new comors ave chal lenged at (he gaming rooms o£ the Casino at Monte Carlo. The orchids on sale were from the famed "Eoeslyn" collection of Mr,. H.'T. Pitt, who boasts that no plant from bis stock bas evor been sold or exobanged since the initiation of the collection. Only the duplicate offsprings are obtainable of the famed orchids, nod for these keen competi tion is assured. Mr. Pitt boas...

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Amateur Animal Doctors. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 July 1906

Amateur Animal Doctors. "The Field," London, in a lengthy article, entitled "Amateur Animal Dis eases," recognises the importance of stockowners making themselves com petent to administer first aid and treat the simpler disorders, and says that men so qualified are rejjdy to grasp the seriousness of cases that require skilled treatment, and accordingly lose no time in procuring it—it is the ignorant, un skilled stock-owner who delays seeking , veterinary aid until the case is beyond j recovery. In veterinary, as in all other knowledge, the less one knows the j greater are the attendant dangers. .The less the stockowner knows of veterinary science, or even of good old-fashioned quack remedies, the more he is inclined to despise' professional skill and to rely upon his own resources. Consequently, the more proficient stockowners become respecting the health and general well being of their stock, the better will be the results, not only to themselves, but to the veterinary profession, ...

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France and Her Food Supplies. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 July 1906

France and Her Food Supplies. How nearly Francc is self-dependent for food and drink is shown by the re turns of imports and exports for 1905. The imports are valued at 800,335,000 francs, and the exports at 778,202,000 francs. The raw materials of Industry imported amount to 3,026,224,000 francs and those exported to 1,261,483,000 francs. Manufactured gooda imported are put at 817,304,000 francs, and ex ports of the like character at 2,-379,090,000 francs, besides 342.S89.000 francs for g*oods sent by parcel post, 1 none of which are returned aa impor ted. Altogether the imports stand at 4,673,863,000 francs, against 4,761,724,000 francs for exports. This is one of the most prosperous returns ever recorded for France. Imports of horses num bered 17,444, against 21,276 exported. Imports of cattle are valued in francs at 32,792,000, and exports at 15,507,000. The quantity of dead meat exported is 94,500 quintals (of 2201b.), and that of the exports is 123,400. Fats of all kinds impor...

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BRACING END POSTS OF WIRE PENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 July 1906

BRACING END POSTS OF WIRE FENCE. A method of bracing wire fence posts is shown in the accompanying illustra tion, published in the "American Agri culturist." To the lower end of the ! post is securely spiked a piece of 2ln | oak'board. The post Is set 4 ft in the [ ground and firmly tamped. The second j post is set 2^ft In the ground/ A„4in/ x 4ln brace extends from near the tap of the lirsl to the second, near where , it enters the ground. Several strands [ of wire from flrst to second post near | the ground, and from top of second to bottom of first, complete the bracing. By twisting the wires, any slack may be taken up. I

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DAIRY SUPERVISION IN THE ARGENTINE.. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 July 1906

DAIRY SUPERVISION IN THE ARGENTINE.. The growth of the demand for Argen tina butter in Europe, chicfly £or Great Britain, has Induced the Government of the Republic to enact stringent regula tions for ensuring purity. A11 those fac-. torles. submitting to the Inspection . of their buildings and analysis of their, wares will receive a national guarantee; / but should an inspector discover in a factory any margarine or" other foreign fat substance, or should; the analysis show-the ^butter to have-been'adultera ted!" all? official ■ sanction ' will bo- with drawn from the firm involved. In addi tion,; notice of the fraud and of the ac tion" of, the: Government will be published for fifteen days In the "Official Bulletin,'' copies of which will be sent to the Ar gentina: consuls in England and else wjiere. The latter are further instructed, to report any cases of adulteration of Argentina, butter detected in the coun- | tries to. which they are accredited. No less tlia'n 3222 tons of bu...

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FRUIT AND COLORED LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 July 1906

FRUIT AND COLORED LIGHT. The British Bulletin of Agricultural information publishes an interesting re port' on this subject with the following conclusions:— 1. That frames with blue glass cxer cise for a time a preservative influence on ripe fruit kept In the frame. 2. That neither blue nor red glass is suitable ft>r plants while the fruit ripening. Numerous experiments have been made to compare the action of red and blue light on ripo fruit. A number of strawberry plants grown in pots in the open, were placed when the fruit on them was ripe In frames with blue and with red glass. After a couple of days the fruit under the Influence of the red light was completely spoilt, while those under the blue light were quite good during a period of seven days, after which they also began to go off. From this e.vperiment it may be said that ripe fruVt can be kept for a longer time under blue gloss than under ordin ary circumstances, and this fact can be sometimes utilised with advantage.

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FERTILISERS NECESSARY FOR TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 July 1906

FERTILISERS NECESSARY FOR TOBACCO. Pressor JeUa, in an article m "Le I BoNetino Tecnico dl J.cafatl," has ar rived at tho conclusion, as the result of a series of experiments In the cul tivation of tobacco In smr.U plotn, that i, the growth of the plaint Is ncriously ■prejudiced by a deflclonc/ of nitrogen In the soil; that lime in also necessary, but that an ample supply of magnesia is even more essential. The absence of this salt has a most injurious effect on the growth of the plant, and es pecially in the quality of the leaf.

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Wedding Bells. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 7 July 1906

Wedding Bells. At the Church of our Lady of Mercy, Burrawang,   the marriage was recently celebrated of Miss Mary Seery daughter of Mr. Michael Seery, Avoca, abd Mr. Thomas Cowley of Casino, Richmond River.   The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Father J. Carrol, P.P. The bridesmaids were Misses Annie,     Brigid and Nellie Seery, sisters of the bride, and the       groomsman was Mr. Michael Seery, of Sydney. The wedding breakfast was held at the residence of the bride's parents, the usual toasts being honored. The presents were both ornamental and useful.   Oilcloth-7ti inch widih, good patterns, special Tabic a/0 yuvil, nt Hill Urn*. Whan wintry lenrs my eyes o'uitlow In painful fympnlby with my nose, 1 real my haavy head and sii^h l'or_8onio relief or i Mull ilit». ]'b«j haulciiiK con^h, tbe.himttdnrAii broath, C;m only moan approaching riouth. • Hm n.», »ba Uttme.ly, IjifeSi...

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

Woods' Great Peppermint Curo, For Cougha and .Golds, never fails.

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

TT-QST. on Sunday, from "Alameda," a pair of biown and white I'IGISONS. Ruward.— J. C. BAGOl\ '^l^/'ANTEH TO PURCHASE, for removal, Two Cottages (weatherboard or brick), of from G to 8 rooms, also any aecond-liand iron. Apply at once to G. F. LYNCH, Auctioneer, Mobs Vale. Ty*OR SALE, 1 Kood Spring Cart and 1 light double-seated Bugjiy. Must sell to make room for othor vehicles that are arriving. J. \Y. NORMAN, The People's Butcher, Bovvral. "E-^OR SJALR, Cheap, two Comfortable Horaefl, near Moss Vale, with 14 aorea of land, well wuicreil. Apply, G. F. LYNCH, Auctioneer, Mobs;Vale. ^Jc^OR SULKIES and other Vehicles, Ssultllary, and Harness, none bfittvr than ut T. BROWNLOWS Federal Ooachbuililur, Moss :Vale.% ^ 3C AM a CASH RUY'ER 'oMIidef*,. Skins, and Wool, Marenpial Skins in nny quantity.—(i. F. LYNCH, Argyle-Btrect, Muss Vale, . . • 3SEORSE RUGS, Horse Rugs. Agency for the Aberdeen ..Registered Brand, also my own special' make, all at Sydney prices. —lv BROWNLOW, Federal. Harness...

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

- THE AN'NUAl — HOSPITAL BALL (PLAIN AND FANCY DUESS) Will be held in the BOWRAL SCHOOL OF ARTS, — ON — WEDNESDAY, lltli JULY,.'0G. Daneingoomn15nces1t8p.ro. ' v:. Kouble Tickets 5s, Single 3s. Mny lie procured at the Ootnmeiciiil Bunk,- liow inl. Moss Viile, ami MittiKoug, Messrs. Hill Bros., or irom Members of tlia Committee. MISS SCOTT-REED 1 Hon. MISS COlillY j'Secs. MR. 0. W. MARSDEN, Hon. Treaa. Mittagong Bed Endowment Fund. The Annual Ball In connection with the above will ;yr • be held in the Canterbury Hall, Mittagong, — oh — - - ! r WEDNESDAY, 1st AUGUST' Music: Pinno (Mr. G. Vincent), Violin, and Cornet. Rouble Ticket 5s, ficnts Ss, l:wlies 3s Gil. ANNIE D. COTTEE > Joint : CLAUDE LEE J Hon. S6cs. ' ' W. W. ARNETT -: I5QS to announce that ho hiiR commneed bitti* •uess at comer o£ Bong Bong and Wingeourribbee sts., as SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKER*. Saddles a speciality. A Trial Solicited, HORSE CLIPPING SEASON. E. BRAZIER, ■■ jgSE.wixr; purchascii « New i'hie;i<r...

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