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

Wedding Bells. A very pretly wedling took place in the Methodist Church, Bulli, ou 18th ultimo, -the contracting parties being Mr. Arthur Woods and. MissSarah Ball. The Eev. J. Hopkins offioiated.' The bride waB beauti fully dressed iu white chiffon Bilk, having transparent yolk of shaird chiffon, and elbow sleeves*, and frills edged with silk lace, sprays of orange blossom and chiffon roses, hand-embroidered veil (same as worn by her sister, Mrs. 0. Woods), also carrying :a shower bouquet and a beautiful gold neck let and heart, »ifu of the bridegroom. The bride's present to tho bridegroom whs a handsome dressing ense. The chief brides maid was Miss A. Hall (sister), tho others being Mis.-en li., D., and L. Bull. The presents were—to the first-named a gold and amathist, brooch and shower bouquet; to the second an initial' band ling-; to tho third and fourth, gold wishbone brooches. Mr. Ernest Ball was best man, and Mr. U. Woods groomsman. Tlio breakfast was partaken of at the resid...

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Salvation Army. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 July 1906

Salvation Army., Friday night's meeting at the Oddfellows' Hall, Bowral, should prove speoiully interesting from the. /act that eleven oOicers, besides tho throe local offi cers, will take part. Lieut. Daisy Madden, formerly stationed here, will bo oue of the number. They aro on tbeir way to tbo Sydney Congress, and break their •journey here to give theirBowrn! confreres a helping* hand to raise the wherewithal for them also to par* ticipote in the great gatherings. They take train for Sydney on Saturday evoning. •Hill Bros., liowral, for boots.

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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 July 1906

Obituary. - Kegcct has bcou oucuRMutcd, throughout tho Methodist Church by'the dentli-uf Mvb. J.. 8. Austin, \ylin passed awaynt tlio .rear pernio of her husband,'tho liev.-i. S. AiiHii.il, oil 'Friday- laU. Tlin ltuv,- Mr.-. Austin was iimong the first to, curry I lie {riispol to Kiiinoii,,mid ihi-omjliuut thevtholu of bis missionary work whh iissuHtgd, by his Into wifo, who, by Ii r kindness und stronyih pf flhni;t\otof, inmlo her iiifluHm;o widely felt not only among tliu natives, but aiuong nil who h.ud the good; fortune to nialio liar ao ^mintanop. It was wlvdo utiRaned in active service in these iaUncis ilvit Mia. Austin contracted malarial fover, which ovoiituully $mi8,ed her" d.t'rtlh. The; Inite Mrs. . Austin \ya-t a daunhlccoi Mr.". J;'. Ward, of l'.owrul, i|(i whom, vyill bo_oxtuuded 'lli) very .sincere' nympitlhy of her fiuivU in her bcrouven\eiii.

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FLASHES BY "NEMO." [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 July 1906

FLASHES BY "NEMO." Tho turning up on Saturday late, and the non appearance of some ot the Uuw-ral players selected tthowscnnelwdvely how interested the,guilty onts are. Surely secretary Demnead deserves better support. After a deal of delay the laeal team Hied on to the ground minus a number uf their beat men, and pnough to difgust the most ardent aupportor uf Lhu good old gome. Howral, after a rapund Rnme in the flrnfc half, mainly responsible to tho wind, livened up consider ably when playing wiih tho b;ccxe. and uotdied 3 trio*. and winning by 0 points to niK W. Carr-l>oyd donned the royal blue for tho first time this seaeon, and although considerably out of form put in a brilliant run almost tho longih of the ground, and scored a try. Kilc\»ie auam dt>mtin"i»r»l"d hi* worth a* a three-. Quarter. , Time and a.'jain ho a'm mt t<o»red, und frequently came to the rescue at a pi.ich. McKay .played f-w t->o se5{i*hW, and tepoatedly tried to play the.. whult- iu.iin...

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Australian Banker Honoured. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 July 1906

Australian Banker If-onouretl. Mr. D>iviU;g.corge. the wt'll-known Lomlon mnnu. Kcc ol' tUtt Bank ol No\v,3outU Wules, ht\»;wu nto in-. farmed, reounily reemved u gianfying mark of rec»j(* nitinh, o{ his Korvice>. Opmvijiu noiuinwinn of the Secretary of SjaLo t<>r Uin Colonics anil o£ vhe tfotlcr. $1 Government of Australia, ho ha,s been appointed u member of thn advisory eoinrotUeft.to tlrt Bjinrei of ^railo oni Cojvunprclul Inlulli^inico.. Tiii* committee, whioh. ha« p/oved of «r«»l ubh oianca to (Ke.Iiiipcrhii (government, oonntii uicd about four, .years • n^o, and 40 weU: hnkiitn \yor^ bfun »pprcotatc(l that it Is fcieing 8trenj^ih«'nbdj espcciKll.v in lh« direction of qjn (K)inting iueiul«^a with a knowledge of oalouiaj affairs. ' • ' : '* • Hill ;Buos., Bpwral-rtHe. leaders in; fashion. Their stock of drapery; etc.,: \\{\\\ th«seasons..

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Football. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 July 1906

Football. - The local competition matches on Sat urday resulted Bowral defeated . Moss Vale by nine points to nil, and Wilde's Meadow defeated Robertson by fourteen points to three, Mittagong having the bye. The schools' competition was advanced another stage on Saturday, when the Bowral and Mittagong schools played their return match at Bowral, and which, after a very even game, resulted in a draw, each side scoring three points. The Auckland City football team arriv ed on Saturday morning about 4 o'clock after a very heavy passage to Sydney, and on Saturday afternoon played the first match of their tour against Newton oil the Sports ground, Sydney, resulting in a win for the visitors by 11 points'to 5. The game was a fine one, but too much form could not be expected of the visitors on account of their arrival only a few hours before the match. No dotibt, when they have completely recovered their land 'legs they will show a.game much ijnprov ed on Saturday's exhibition. , ROBERTSON...

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Berrima District Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 July 1906

Berrima District Hospital. The monthly committee meeting of the above was held on Friday afternoon hat. Present: Mr. Gavin ! George (ojmir), ttevs. ,J. J. Oilmore, J. H. Craig, \ J. W. Tiolden, Messrs. W. MeCourt, Cyril White, J. i Mealing, and 0. W. Marsdcn. Apologies More received from Messrs, S. R. Xnnea-Noad, 0. H, Hal. stead and Ehb. Davis. " L . MrvF. H.Kyngdon;'wtoto resigning aa/ hon. Bee Hilary and committeeman, an ho was leaving Bov/ral ^ to live near Kiama. Mr. Kyngdon Btated it bad 1 baen hta groatost pleasure, daring the many yoars he had beon connected with tho hpspifcal, to do bis ; beet for an institution of .which the. district had i every reason to be proud.—Mr. Morpden moved Hint Mil resignation, be acpopto.d with regret, and that Mr. Kyngdon he tlunkod by letter for hia past 8ervieo3 to the.institution, at the same time wishing him succass in his new sphero of lifo. The motion was neo .n.led by Mr. Cyril; White i'gnd; oarrfod^. The Rev. 13. Hargravq won. elected ...

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

Cnn be l>cpcnd€4l irpou Cliambcrlaiu'ri Colio. Ciioloru, nndDiunlioou Hem * ily i« tlio mour Huc'iG<iful medioino id u.so for bowel Cinv.s tfri. ing, all kiwU uf rfiurrlipQH,' au<l ut tUo Grst uutiH\i:illo.»MC»K'3H of tho bowol BhouIcSj bo tokon. It oiiu bo dop-nded upon ovori iu Oip, m >st fcvorn uud (1c ibu8. For bjIo by Mngan, Ohomi.it, BywraL " *

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

• Stubborn <'ottglis.<-ttrci]« , Thoro i* no diiicur of pneunumi i <>r coiinmnpUojv, • r otherflui'ioui, trouble, if ' ChamborhiVd Cou^h Ke-no:ly m tuli u, a* it will 'euro Iho moat fiubVini o m^hs—Ih • dhn^rous k»iirt that set I.i mi tholu ipH.ain} nm|> rtovol p into, imuuinonU ovor ni£.iU,.JA>r siilo by D. Morgan, Chumi*t,. Bowcul. 1'or Clironlc Cbest Coiuptaiot'', GrOat IV^pai-aiint Cu^e, Ij fyl."

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Upholding Australian Credit. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 July 1906

Upholding Australian Credit. As was anticipate!, Mr. J. Russell French, the. general manaver of the Dank of New Solnh Wales, has during his travela ubi oa! been doing his best to, uphold the ciudit of Australia, and to explain away nuny nii3o;>neuptrn^ that *till exist in soma quartets, ns to the trrml of aff.lira here. "Financially apenk-. ing/'-Mr. branch toll uM unreal interviewer rocont ly, "AuFtralia is as so inJ as a boll, though t!io tua«. ohlnerv of ihti new Constitution does not work as; smoothly aa he would like." Th^n he proceeded to. Bpenk of tho |*ood *ea*:ona wo havo been enjoying, of. the great resources of tlm bank*, of private wealth, anil so an. IXmbtlo.sB Mr. Fri?nt:h'« vinit will be of a material advantage to Au?tr:ilia. for his weeds wJl ho hi'uid in circles that are influential in the world's^ niutolury onjanisaiion.

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Moss Vale Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 July 1906

Moss Yale Municipal Cqiincil. The above committee m.et on Monday evening. Present: Dr. Leighton-Jones (Mayor), Aid. H. W. Taylor, E. B. Haw kins, Q. Mirow, J. H. Bealq, Hariey Hix son, and Dr. Stevenson. * Correspondence, From E. B. Hawkins, applying fqr two Joads of - ashes.-^To' lie' informed .that ^'sh'es could he obtained from. the pump ing shed. : ' ' From J. H. Maiden, Director Botanic Gardens, staring that the formal applica tion'for trees should come through the. council.—The Mayor explained that Mr; ■ Proudfoot, gardener at.Hill yiew, Sutton Forest, paving been shown where it %as proposed to, p.lant trees, had promised to obtain them. However, he would corr\ ply with the suggestion, Eromthe Public Works Department," notifying that the by laws, in connection wjth. the water supply had been approved by the Governor, with the advice ' of the executive, council, and a notification of 5uch; l\ad appeared in the Government Gazette of the 4th inst.'—IJetter receiye^, and 50 copies...

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Moss Vale Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 July 1906

Moss Yale Police Court. At the Moss Valo Poliae Court on Mon-. day, beforo Messrs. I. S. Pondor uud IS. Hcwivon, Js.P., Albert Adams (17) on ro uinnd, was charged will) stealing from ^ railway carriage at Bimdanooi) on June 29th. a liat and cap, tho property of Mr. \V. C. t))inieltj, ot Qoulburu. Accused, who pleaded guilty, was fined 10s and 15s costs of court, in default threo days' lockup. IIo elected to, "lako it out."

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

IEewbushed 1872.] J. Gr. MORRIS & CO., AUCTIONEERS AND VALUATORS, HOUSE, LAND, AND ESTATE AGENTS. Agents (or Australian Mutual Fire rn?nran«e Co. ,, Victoria Fire Insurance Co, X, Colonial .Mutual Life Assurance Socuilv. • Minto Stud l'ifj and Poultry Farm. ,, Griffith and Allen, Patent Attorneys Goods received at ouv Rooms for Private or Auction Sule. An attractive list of Freehold Properties for Salo.

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

1EHE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY of SYDNEY, Ltd. [likTilMMIH* 16'Jl.] -<#apital paii «p Resn-ve Fund Eesei've Capital *8, 190,600 . BlUEOrtllfi. 0. J. Coiiea, )C«q., Chairman. ' :■ Baa. IT. E. Knter, M.fj.C., Deputy Chairman. Han. Henry Mosei1, M.L.C. Baa, Richard Jones, U.Ij.O. IX«B. F, T. Uumplury, M.L C. ABDliOilS, A. H. K. UaxTTBll, Efq.. W. L. D«cler, Eiij. HEAD OFFICE. GEOUGE-ST, 8YDNEY. T. A. DibliB, Goneral Uunagor. T. B. Gaden, Assistant Manager and Oliiet Inspector.' A. J. Soutar, Aecountuni. W.C.B.Tilejr, H.H. Miissia, W.n.Pinbejr, Inspectors. JNTHBEST HATMS ON FI2I?D DEPOSITS, li por Mnt. foi 0 inomln. 3 p«r««nt. tor i l#er a«iu. for U Ti;ovit. I.ONB9N OFFICE, 18 WBCH1N-LANB, E.G. >ireol»rs —?. B. IJiasgAr. Es^.; l)o»» YT. l»ovy, 8>q.; Hon. H. S. i.ilUsun, ■■■■ Slinagtr— V. A. Senienor. Brnnolin tbr»«»hout tlin Stats of Now B«utli Walas and in Qnor.rmland. i\ganaio« throughout tho world. Bowral Branth, SATIN GEOIiGK, Manager. J, K. BEAUi STOCK AGENT, auct...

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The Wollondilly Press (LATE "BOWRAL FREE PRESS") 11.7.06. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 July 1906

®bc- '(EM{cnit)i(I]) '§rcss. (Lath "Bo,wral Free P-ai-:ss"), II.7.06. Local anil General. LpyjrKyR p.rjces. and, Hjgh quality poods, —these two^factors have combined; tb piake Hill B,ros. th,e busy commercial Centre o£ the district. Thn anuat h.ospital hall is to, bo lipid in the Uow lalSchpolof Arts il'ii* evening. Prob^blyt n4yec uefnro has so much interest contred.iu asocial event at Bowral, and the function promise* to completely putclnRB its prcdecesdjrsi. Much enthusiasm Ims •fceen.diBphiyoti in-arranging n ntijnber of.orf^tiVai'* fancy sou ; iho music, will bo enervating; the re freshments dainty and satisfying.; and the scene pne of great gaiety —that is, if tho present com* ^leto arrangements aro cari'iod through/ : . : Colonel Bell (lato TJ.»S. Consul);, orator, author,: and diplomatist, will vinit Bownil o/i Monday nexfc; Col. Boll, who io, clonely identified witjli tlio Pooplo'a Koform.Lqaguo, ha* promised to dqlivor on that evening hiflfamouolcctura'-Dcmncraay v. Social...

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

It's Getting? ■ MARE YOURSELVES SNUG FOB THE WINTER . BY GETTING YOUR Blankets, Flannels Jackets, Winter Underwear . New Dress.,(xood^ Men's, Boys' and Youths' Clothitig Boots and Shoes. ■ ^JSP. J„ B. ANDREWS & CO., BOWRAL. MERIT REV/ARDED I>y Court of Justice. , TlwnoJmowb dtffd vfiod qu-tjili.is nwl «wwca* of SAflDER & SOUS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT luv« hroituhfc <Vut' ninny iniiuiu«uj>.'n. <1 ono cusu wu* jitafc triol iu tho Supromo Court ofVmtoria, bofor;- Ilia ^lonour Chi'f JimUod Sir J. Million, Iv.O.ftt.O., &o. His Honour, in ^ivinjjr' nai l tliut VhmicvGr «ir nrt.cl»» b*<!ommondtid t the. public by. reaxnn of Uh yrnnd qimlity &cM k i* not potMiinBiblo. Jmitntu any of ita fQ;ilm\p, IIj restrained tho ynitutora porpotimlly 'from duin# ao and ordered them .to |;av* ull co*tn. . Wo publiti!) thirt to.Mff.rd>, tKn publjo iin, nppor 1u--Uy of proteolinf? thomsolvos, nr-d. of pQimring' Tphut ia proved bnymul all do...

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Band of Hope. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 July 1906

Bftild of Hope. The uaual monthly meeting of the Kanga loon Band of Ho|.q wtia held in the local; Methodist Church lust Friday eveuing, the.' chair being occupied by Mi. J. Curtis. An. interesting programme was gone through, including the following items:—Overture, Mrs. E. J. Noble ; chorus by the children recitation, Mr. E. Keofo; solo, "The cowa, are iu the corn," Madge Piper ; recitation, "What the train brought," Miss Morrrw nolo, t'AIono," Miss E. Bruce; recitation, Aliea Pearson ; solo, "Daddy, dear," Eileen. Keafe ; recitation, Jessie MoPherson ; aoio. Miss Weir ; rocitation, "My shadow," Eileon Keefo ; solo, "No one cares for mo," Mioa. Poarlie Piper; chorus, childron ; solo, Mies, Daisy Clover ; recitation, Mr. E. Koefe address, Mr. j. Otirtia ; solo, Mrn. G. Harri gau. After singing the Doxulogy the meet*, iug oloaed.

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Habitual Criminals. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 July 1906

Habitual Criminals. | The Counoil of the Prisoners' Aid Associa tion find that the Habitual Criminal Aot has had a wonderful effect in restraining those members of the criminal classes who would lie likely to come under the operation of the Act. The agent of the Association visits every applicant prisonor before discharge, and he observes that iu the oase of those tneu who have served several terms there is a desiro on their part to , leave New. South Wales, or else^.a strong determination to lurn over a new leaf. The association lias a good knowledgo of what beaomes of every oriminal, and its experience is that the Aot iinsliad np to the present a most wholesome effoot. The prospeot of the next sontence being oua for life is a prospeot which the habitunl orimiual is naLnrally very anxious to avoid.

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Notes by "Scribbler." [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 July 1906

Kotos by ^Scribbler*'*.; COhe bpifitowus. wiud? ofths past week are stirring; enough if nothing else is. One can almost funcy themselves oq.t on" tho wide ocean, rocked in. tho cradle oi tho deep through tho long hours of-the. night, the hanging of tho iron oa the' roof answer-' ing to th8.hoo.ming.of the waves and sail a. It -ib c woutW that the icon can keep its-grip on the roof? under such continuous and aggrttvating assaul^ Wo were congratulating ourselves on the, .mildness 11i\c wintcrUbe''other. uki -1\ all back now. It takes a lot of raiidnes.* make, up, for the weather we hav$ had and are having tho last ton day*v ' , • . ' . • ' *' " - * '' ' --- - Mr. F, B. Kyngdop's departure from Bowral wilt mako another break in the number of old rosidems of-the town,' one that will be felt, top, w nearly' all; tho public and- pUilanUitaptq. fifiairR of the .town. The old'/amjliur fqcea aro.passing from it* one \\yt one.- Only the othor w;eek Air. Sherrtff- quietly- re moved to hio p.e^...

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AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 July 1906

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. The monthly committee meeting of the above was hold on Thursday evening last. The chair was occupied by Mr. J. B. Miller, aud ihore were present. Messrs. J. 1. Stouo, J. Gilroy, H. Litchfield, W. Graham, J. Curtis, -T. .Bursill, M. Haurnhan, J. D. Wood, R. Gay, J. Wills, and R. G. Fer guson (hon. seo.) 'i The Department of Public Instrnction wroto ro including in the sohedule prizes to pupils at publio schools for vegetables, cereals, etc. grown by tliem at the school grounds.—It was deoidod that the matter stand over till next meeting in order that further information may bo obtained. Mr. J. D. Wood, in moving tlmfc a letter of oondolenco be sout to the widow and family of fcho lato Mr. J. Bronker, referred vory feelingly to the loss which the society had anataiuod by his death, ho having boon for many years a valued mumb<ir of the com mittee.—Tlio motion was sooonded by Mr. Gilroy, and oarried. The lato Mr. Broolter's place on the com mittee was fi...

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