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Robertson. DRAMATIC ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 July 1906

Robertson, DRAMATIC ENTERTAINMENT.. A" dramatio entertainment to' raise fnndj for improvement! to Hampden Park was given in the local School of Arts on Friday the 6th inat. by the members of the "Robert son Amateur Dramatic Club" when' the sum of£5twas netted. The piece staged vjas "The Snowiiuli,'1 n fo.roial comedy in tlnao nets. Mr. C. T. Smith took the heavy and difficult part of "Folix Featherstnne," and played with distinot originality. Mr. J. Ca'rrick aa ''Uncle John," was well got up, and looked the character, and acted well in' the unthankful part. The character- of "Harry Prendergaat" was well him died, by Mr. J. Yandeubergli, while Mr. R. Hall took the minor part of "S.iunders." Miss - Hall in the oliaracter of "Mrs. Foatheratona" tool: the title role. This young lady ex hibited talent of a very high order, and hor acting showed her to be an actress of nubt elty and power. Mis* A. Litchfield played with/vigor and fiuesse in tho part of "Ethel ;Griihuer," while Miss W. Lit...

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

Not Inherited.. Only a MnaU ner.ionttgo of the millions t^at h^vo Consumption innoritcd it. In nearly overy instaunu it was a ueglccto! cough or o(il 1 tint doy-lop u weik luu^R, and OousumptJou f-jtl 'W.d. If Clvtmh erluiiiVCo»i|?l» Kosnoly is tuhou mht at thu hrgin uii.gl it chocks the cou^lt, soothiw and huuUt the lungs, a d iw^u naturo to throw oil the disease. Clia nbt'xlain'd l ough Remodv alw »ya oures. 1'or I sttlo by I), Morgan OliuinUt, B^wral.

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

PROTESTANT SERVICE. Iii oonuootion with the Tnrolfth July Cele brations, a nnitod PvolraUint nervioo was held iu tho Robertson School of Arts ou Sunday afternoon lust. The building was well filled, and the male and female mem ber.s of iho local L.O.L.'s Noa. 214 and B87 appeared in regalia. Much interest was taken in tho fervico. Sovoral utirrin" ad dresaea wore delivered. Tho Kev. J. H. Craig's subject whs "Man's Responsibility to God." Tho Rev. H. Allen spoke on Pi'o tostantism realising the truth from tho dead hand of Papacy; and lha Rev. D. '1\ Smith's discoursu was based 011 "Papal claims to masterfulness aud complete power over the human eonsciotice." Sanliey's hymns were sung (Miss Litchfield presiding at the piano}, and at tlie cloje an offertory w&s taken up by iSio-*. (fiy and Nethory. Tho celebrations will beoontinued to-morrow (Thursday) evening, when a tea, concert, and social will bo held under the auspioes of iho local lodges. Tlio licltets fir the tea and con...

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

Drauglits Match. '••Several enthusiasts of this faVontn .,pas time lit Moss Yale'havo af late been" milk ing tv move," with the rusult that a mutch with'a team of Kangaloon ex'pononts was tlvd ouicomo. The contost took place on Saturday evening last at the residence'.of Mr. Nakkeu, Moss Valo, and proved so on joyable to all concerned that the return nuitch will probably take place vory shuftly, whilst tha encounter may also have the offisot of reviving the good old game through out Ihe district. Tlio locals won a well fought-out batlle by three games, and the various inoideut3 in tlio nffray wore after wards. discussed around the oonviviol board, the players at the conclusion' adjourning to the residenoe of Mr. H. J. McAuliffe, \yhore daiuty refreshments had been temptingly set out by Mesdames McAtiliffe and Nakkon. Mr. McAulifTe in a few well-chosen words extended a cordial weloorae to the visiting playors, voicing also the pleasure it had jgiveu the Moss Vale players to meet them ...

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Bowral Police Court. RECOVERY OF BILLIARD BALLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 July 1906

Bowral Police Court. RECOVERY OP BILLIARD BALLS. At the Bowral Polico Court yesterday, beforo Mr. Maitlund, P.M., £J.ohn Rhodes Bell (on remand from. Goulbnm)/ waa charaod with stealing a set of billiard balls val uod at £3 3a, the property 'of tho trustoe3 of the. Bowral Sohool of Arts. The evidence in the court proceedings at Goal born waa given by* Senior-Constable Charles Mo.; /^ardy, who elated that from, something, hp, lui.d| ! 'heA.rd he approa'ohed aco.usod in. Aaburn-ptreejfc 'and. , asked him where he had come from. Accused roplicd, from Sydney; that ho had been in" Goo)burn four' days ; bad walked as far as Carrick, taking train* there for Goulburu. H* admitted having been in -Bowral. Accused also admitted having tried to sell billiard "balls a$ Goulburni and that he had left, therp, at "the socobd-hand furnituro shop of Charles B.cown«* Witness and accused went to the shop mentioned^ when tho billiard balls were produced. Witness then arrestoA the accuacd and charged him...

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

Sheep Show. The Annual exhibition of tlie New Smith Wales Sheepbreeders'.Association waa held at the .Astric.nlturitl ("roin.ds, Sydney, last wi-'ek.,—Tlio.ili?pliiy'wiia a uiaynifiiient one. Tlie .KiipiTb q >i a I i I y for which Australian sheep are worhl-faumuij was-more than main tained, and (lie number.of exhibits mnde a record. There wen1 this vein- over a hun dred 'pirn's in pjcees ofUstyenr, of which ad dition 50 or 00 wiMij morinoa, and 40 or 50 BiuiMi. breeds. 'i'lio nierinon, were a re markably fine lot, characterised ralher by n high standard of uniformity than by oc casional .prndiiiies. Thoy leprpsentbd the champion sheepmen of Australia, aud also u number of smaller breeder*, who are pluckil.v fif>htiiiK their way to 'notice, 'l'lm show of (British breeds .wns ahead nf anything of the kind previously: seen in New South Wales, and attracted.keen attention..

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

Important. jlpomioBment Will the Public kindly note that Js now under . . New J^&32.®§g®mes&f . TAYLOR BROS,, Moss "Vale,

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

C. II. Hal stead, .ARCHITECT, • •' Wekhinotos," BUiiUADOO. Dr. 11. Crawford, -8URQEON DENTIST, TOWN HALL, -HOWHAL. Nitroaa O.xiJc Gim Administered. Olliue Llourn, 9 n.iu. to 5 p.m.* FdiBS. 8. G. GIBBONS, . TI3ACFIGII Off : ■ • MUSIC SINGING, ELOCUTION, AND DANCING. VISITS B0WU4L DAILY. T»R1I3 OH Am.ICATIOX; AuniMiju ~15S;lt KAUOO. ' ©EO. E. VINCENT, A. MtAa. T.O.i. PKOFESSOIl OF MUSI®, BOWItAL A«t> Mfl'TAttONO.~'■ PIANOFORTE, HARIWONV, COMPOSITION, Etc. lifiSWHg ON A('fUClATI»«. MR. A. BENNETT, Teacher of Violin. MISS A. BENNETT, Teacher of Pianoforte, BUIiHABOO StliEB't'. - BOVYRAL. : TeijBa^ ou application. « • DR. H. LESOHTOM JONES. ry&isicz&vF, .Ai*pf,yl<s Sfcreofc9TVJoss»~V»l© May lit; Qsnswltcd at ... Morgan's Phax'raaey Ev»ry Monday Forenoon and Friday Afternoon, David W. Moffat, ~ MONUMENTAL MASON, ' ARQrLJS STREET, MOSS VALE. v (NEXT FIRE STATION), , EitnuTes Vote (Headstones m ' Granite, Mawjle, akb Fukkitone. IjA!TB8T DESIGNS ON APPLICATION. ...

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

Your .Honey ifciu-k. As a upooiiil rco munon.lat.io i to inJtioo yon to fry Catnburlain'a Coiwh Remedy, wo authoriao ovory •'of.omiat or st'irnkncpor who («oiIrt it to fruirarrca it will flivo fatisfaufion, or rofiiMd the money. U"der thin guuratitei* y«iu oannot alford to ho.-i*uto. wlion, as any medical m m wil? toll you, you aro oud tngcr ing y ur lif« by.nagl-.'oting a c»>urIi or (fid. Chum* berlaiu'a Cotiirh Rfiiunly not moroly rtiliuves, but ourfiH. It is pluiiHiut to tik'i. and i< fivo from all poi.wns. Sol. and y:a wanted l>y I). Mog.*in, Chwn is', Buwrnl. Auction Sales to Come. This day, lltli, by J. G 'odfallo v ami Go. at Graingar's Yiu'ds. Biiwrnl—Mixnd Cattle. Tiii9 dny. nt BiuiKi yards, by Ivnox arid 'Stnitli—tMixud Cattle. July. 12, by Kimx and Smith, nt Wildes Mondovv—Cli"anm;-i)iit anltj for Sir. Mo>re. (July 13, bv J. II. Beitlo, ut Municipal Yards, Moas Yulo—^txcd Cattle. Sikmo diiy, ut an'iiu pl«oe, by WopiJ and, Co:—Mixed Stock. Tho wiaiiMt w...

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

General News. For Bronchifil Coughs tako " Wooda' Groiii Pepporuiint Care. In 6.1. A ballot for' a form uear Ciilcairu *vas won by n man who had beau uiiauooeoMful in 22 ballots. ' Mr. Chamberlain was 70 od Saturday. . Cartridges of oU kinds at Hill BroB.

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A Will That Finds a Way. A PLUCKY POSTMASTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 July 1906

A WilJ That Finds u Wuy. A PLUCKY POSTliASTER. Tlio. "Public Service- Review" lins an inlorasiiiig sketch of a New Zealand post .master win, though doprivL-d in ohilclliuod of the nsnof his hands, has, bv (lint of sheer pillule and persever.imtr, won disliiiction not osily .in his ordinary everyday dmies, but in the find arts. Mr. Moon is a Now Zealander, is thirty seven..years ofagp, and though ntiahle to use his hands:oi\ to walk in tho ortlitiiiry sense, ha bofjan to make use of his fool when quite a child. Hu 5non bpcame an expert liltlo gardener, and raiscd flowers and vegetables that were the pride of the neighbourhood. A.Ififteen ho could write will and quickly .with his left f"ot, and learned to make coloured sketches. He then became am bitious to paint pictures, and after taking a course of instruction.by correspondence, he devoted, lmnself to flower.and landscapo painting in water colours. . Mr. Moon'sde termined application was , rewarded , witli sncceas. Several of his p...

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

A SENSIBL-E '. iSTIMULANT.' ff 8 A >SiisnulQnt that Is medicinal in its a<fiion en'H is cf diredl health ^promoter is wortlip? of/ali men's drinRing: js? It £s bracing', and has curative effetfi in jc? Kidney, Bowel, and Urirtary Affections. BUY WHOLE. BOTTLES

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

Football Champions. ; ! **■ Wo two nothing bu& Ohambwrlain'rt Pain Balm i .as a rub down Ifuimont while fraiinng ^r aftor a gaint*,11 writes llio FGoroUry of tho Eagkhawk Fo«-t-; b«U 01uU,^jigl» hiiVk;(Vic.J. 44 We hava foun-l it to possess the powor to promptly reljovOtraina hikI sprains* arid to quickly heal all abrasion/*. We i-artly attribute our aucccHfi to Chamberlain^ Pain Balm, for by nsitig it freely we nre always in condi tion ; no poretififls or stifneBa." For sale by D. ! Morgan, Ohosust, BowraU i

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CULTIVATION BY ELECTRICITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 July 1906

CULTIVATION BY ELECTRICITY. Tho Department of Agriculture of the United States. Government Is about to conduct some experiments to. test the coinmerciarfoiiKlblllty of the forcing of plants under electric .light. It haa al ready been demonstrated that plants growing under the Influence or the elec tric light at night us well that or the sun by day mature tnuch more rapidly than others which remain in the dark if tor sundown A laboratory Is being fltted out for th. purposo of experiments, which will be made largely on lotfuce, which has been found peculiarly suscep tible to electric influences. The plants will be kept under a strong light during the night, with a view to having llie electrical rays take the place of the sun. It will probably take a year or more- before actual -results 'are ob tained from the experiments. Scientists attached to the Bureau of Plant Indus try have learned by Investigation .that it is possible to grow plants by. electri city. It has not been proven,; how...

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STRAWBERRIES IN CASKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 July 1906

STRAWBERRIES IN CASKS. It: is not nocosaary to . Uavo. a large plot ot " lam} In ."order to grow a few sLnuvboprles for liomo use, and there la nothing to prevent eat-h .householder from having cne or two strawberry ca-3ks In the yard. This Is by no means a new Idea, but as it Is an uncommon sight to see Btrawlsorrios growing in a cask, the Illustration and instructions hero given will bo interesting. JTliey. aro from tho "Town and Country Jour naJ." The early autumn is the propor time to prei»ro'for planting, but as the present season'is a late one, good re Sultli. may yot lie' Obtained. To prcgNiro • the cask to receive tlio plants, holes are borod in it in til6 milli ner ah own in the illustration, and the cask Is filled, to the level of the, lower, holes with a rich loamy compost. A strawberry- root ;?s4 then pltuUed at .each : .'hole,' •wltit' the crown protruding through It.1 More soil Is then filled In, until the next tlor o£ holes is readied, whon more, plants are "put. in i...

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ROSES IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 July 1906

HOSES IN ENGLAND. English Rosarians anticipate un ex ceptionally fine season for roses, and. in describing presont prospects, uiulor date Hth April, Mr.D. R. Williamson, in the "Gurdener's Chronicle," * says:^-"Roses aro growing with marvellous rapidity. This is especially characteristic o£ cer tain fine varieties or recent introduction, such, for cxumplc, as Florence Pember toti, and Frau Karl Drusclikl, two of the grandest creatio'ns of the last decailef Etollo de France, described as tho result of a cross between Fisher Holmes, which it somewhat resembles, and Mdme.; Abel Chatenay; Duchess o£ Tortland, Dr. Wil liam Gordon, .the : dark-complexioned,. Maharajah; raised at Colchester, and my 1 ■own vigorous namesake from Messrs "Win. Paul and Sons, at Waltham Cross. The gradual devlopment of such varieties .is..Intensely*' attractive; at ; this seusDn< there ls'a wonderful fascination in , their delicate shoots and'radiant leaves. These, " Indeed; constitute, to, the arti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 July 1906

DEAFNESS. — REMARKABLE TESTI MONY from ft well-known Sydney Bupiness Man.. 8 Watson's Terrace, Jiolrnore St., jVewtmvn, Sydney, Jnne 14,1900; Gentlemen,—4> After yuffeiini: much inconvenience from Deafness an! Head Noiw for a long time, I-have pleasure in pUiims thnt I have hem completely ourod by your Vihrophones and treatment without any pain whatever, and can now hear aawell n? ever I did in m3' life." — Youra res pectfully, A. OLDFIELD. A book descrihinR this latent triumph in Aural Science will ho sent free by addressing THE VIBUOPIfONE CO., 02 Pitt-et,, Sydney. ; Can be Itoiittiirfcri .Upon. Chamhf-rlainV Culio. Cholera. »nd!Dnmh«>o»» Ucm ody is tbo innfl* Huflce-^'ful'medioino in uae for how^l Cures .rri ing, all kind* of diarrhoea, and at the first unnMUrtilimeiieJwo' th'vbowd s'-ould bo tokou. It arm Ikj dep^uded u- on even iu the m«wt govern mid di'nqeroits Ciises. For sxlo by D. Morgan, Chemist, Bowral.

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THE GARDEN. NEW METHOD OF KEEPING FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 July 1906

THE GARDEN. NEW METHOD OF KEEPING FRUIT. A Rood method of conserving fruit In as nearly as possible its natural state has been largely sought after for a long time, says the "Mark Lane Express," but whatever means have been em ployed; a perfect result harf not. been obtained. One reason Is the rapidity with which fleshy fruits ferment and rot undor the action—as Pasteur has demon strated—of various organisms, fungus,; and bacteria. Taking this view, and be lieving that If these micro-organisms could bo. destroyed, the period during which tho fruit can be kept In perfect condition might be considerably pro longed,' the English agricultural autho rities'have Instituted a series, of experi ments.under the direction of Jodrell Laboratory, Kew.v These have been very successful, "The method which has produced the best results Is to immerse tho fruit In cold water containing 3 per cent: lot trade formalin (40 per cent, of formal dehyde), v "There are two methods employed, .ac cording as th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 July 1906

CUUED IN C am pe rd o w n. Thu Cauo of Mr. T. E. KliHER. (l!y a .Sydney Reporter.) Mr. Thomas. .Jidu-or l-islior is a gen tleman ■who has IivofI at, his present-, nd.hess, No. 30 •J,«m.roaUa-roa<l, Cam-/. pi'rJown,-U>r. tlie past hi teen yours. He ; conducts u saddlery business thero, ,as K\u lux* done at Uyrapie, Maryborough, Warwick, and other parts of Queens-, U.nd ; hul this, story, as Mr. '.Fisher Raid to our reprcsentaU vc, refers to the plare lie is living in now, whore, • twelve months ago, he had an oxperi unc_* that is worth relating. . "It is a vcar 6,go since f treated my- ' ,«rlf \\ fth Olom'cnts Tonic for ailments that nothing1' else in th« world, could shut, Mr. Vishnr explained. . / ••flow long had you hei»n wilTcrmff ? "I et\vpt*n lour and-live years I K'.«l»icct to much.distress owing to the / in -t that I was the unlucky.-possessor of a torpid--h-vor/ and at. the-time i.,\ I ..•.:au to use i.Jements Tonic my wrot was adu<»d to by an 'attac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 July 1906

Cur©a Coughs, C-alda and al! Throat and Lung TroabUra.

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