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BOWRAL FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 July 1906
BOWRAL FOOTBALL CLUB. | A meeting of the above was held on | Tuesday evening last at the Grand Hotel, | there being a fair attendance of members. Mr. G. Ruthven presided. i Mr. L. B'eavan was elected on the selection committee to select men from the Bowral club to take part in the return match'Berrima District Union v. Kanga roo Valley;"which is to be played at the Valley at the close of this season's compe tition matches. . " It ;was decided that the secretary com .municate with the secretary of the Sydney Verona football club with a view to arranging a match with them. Mr.;P. D'enmead was elected captain', : for the remainder of the season. ■
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 July 1906
Your .Money Hack* As a pppoml rcoimmondation to induoo you to try i G-ftrabcrliun'« Couwh Ilomody, \ro author i^o ovory ohonvHt or «t'>rokeopcr who nulla it to tfiurnn oo it ' will g*vo vatiafaction, or rofund thu money. Und- r | thi.i gu.'irntitap you e:inuot alf« rd to henwHtc, niton, i us any m-dionl nrui will tell you, you nr« ondtfiiguo | inn ynnr lif> by noglooling- n oonj*h t>r cold. Ch m burUiii's Cough Remedy not morcly relieves, but ourcd. It is pleismt to t iko, and u freo from all poisous. Sol j and guaranteed by U. ilogan, Clicin is% Buwral. Oilcloth—72 inch width, good patterns, special value 2/6 yard, at liill Bio-s^
MITTAGONG FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 July 1906
MITTAGONG FOOTBALL CLUB. On Wednesday evening last a meeting of the above-was held at*.the "Commercial 'Hotel, ftlittagong, Mr. A. Lippiatt pre siding. Letters were received : from the secre taries of the Newton and; Balmain clubs, regarding the arranging of matches.—It was decided that the letters lie on the table. It was decided to cooperate with the Mittagong. Bicycle. Club nn the holding of a combined day's sports, and Messrs. Cupitt, Murray,- and Nicholls were elected to represent the football club on the ■■corn v. mifee. The sum of jfi was passed:for payment to the medal fund. • ■:.. ■. . • ■Messrs; j. Wilson and E. Nicholls were elected union representatives. It was decided that three events for member's of union football clubs be- in serted in the programm'e for the forth' coining sports.
Opening of a Kindergarten in Merrigang-st., Bowral. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 July 1906
(Opening of a Xtindergarteri in Hemgiiiig-st., Bowral-.' ; Thc'rooms recently known as The Studio were. | on Thursday afternoon, op:»ned for inspection of i, Kindergartoti uses a^ applied under the nVost i advanced o.luoational ideas on health, utility ffnd beauty. Ifrom threo to five o'clock the Direotor. Miss Sa'rian It'i^eU, of "Hillside," Bnvrtil, received a continuous flow of visitor*, who vvsro photvn over play nI'l*1 tfork room'sand later on conduce ! to the I vefamlah* where afternoon tea-was dispensed.': \ .. ! Many and variod wero the exclamations ofdelight at Ute arrun^'inonU made for the bahy nlulenta and upivet&al was the regret tint-tnn'i coul I not turn back in its ilight taking those of advanced age once again into childish realms Under such idou! conditions. Tho play room where the liulo ones assomble for morning til^/. rpturn at intervals (or marching. ooiiu, tui i phi> Its hoiix.. nn:L.latnr the faiewi iU to teacher an I Kchu dinutes U furnished and dor...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 July 1906
For Children's Hacking Cough lit Night, . Woods' Gtuat Peppermint Cure. Is 6d. - I'Iill Bros., Bowral—the leaders in fashion. Their stock of drapery, etc., keeps pace with the seasons. Collins' Colliery, For Household Purposes ask for the— New Seam Coal, equal -to Mountain Coal in Every respect. If the coal is not what we say, viz., a Good Household Goal, we won't ask for payment. W. R- FARROW,_ BOWRAi, -&lt;55sriLii undertake to collect rents, sell properties privately, inuke specifications, estimates, or execute repairs. tfce., to buiHinK&; insure-your property against tiro, or yourae.f ayuinst sickness or accidents. Tnke noticothat the above is tho Agon if or the Australian Alliance Assurance Coy."
Bowral School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 July 1906
Bowral School of Arts. The usual monthly meeting ot the committee of the abovo wan hultl on Tuesday evening last, thero being proaontMr. Maraden (Proaidont), Rev. E„ Margrave, Messiv. Campbell, Mackenzie, Maraton* Stoked, Witaon, ami Uolui'.-a (Hon. seo.) An apoLogy was received from Mr. Davis. Reports The librarian reported 3 new raembors (1 quar terly. 2 weekly); billiard recoipts £5 7*. penny bor 3s '2d; tho bonzolino Hefc of billiard balls wore stolen on tlie 27th June and had that day (July 10) been returned by tho police The lion, treasurer reported a orodit at the bankot £3fi 10* lid ; accounts amounting to £17 9d 7&lt;i uo e . SJsed for payment. Tho library commit too roparted having take a stock of book* during tho week nnded Juno SO, and found 115 bonk* in ail sections that had boon cither lost or i^one to pieces, and 3G3 works in ail sections were in a stato of disrepair. Tho coramitteo recom. mended : (!) That of tho minainR books those worth rotuinin^ bo purchas...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 July 1906
IX i5H£»OKIAM. NEIC0.—In ead but loving remembrance of our durling mother, -Sophia Neicb, who departed ... this lifo July 14tb, 1904. Inserted-.by ..'her lusing daughters and sons. •• Dearest mother, thou hast left us; Xhou dost dwell with angels now, And a wreath of priceless glory Sparkles on tliy shining brow, . \
Nattai Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 July 1906
Nattai Shire Council. A meeting of-the Nattai temporary, shire council-was held at the Town Hall; Bowral, on/Fhnrsday. Present : Coun cillors H' M.OxIey (chair); W. F. Bren uiiii», M. Butler, R. S. Mackenzie, and-G.'- - Hoi son. Correspondence. i Fro'm th'e Under Secretary, in reply to the recommendation of the qouncil th it Mr H-. O. Rstton be appointed tempo rary clerk as a salary of £i ios per an- . num. stating that the Minister considered £■2 per week was- the maximum salary which he could aliow considering the com paratively- light nature of the duties; and pointing out that in some shires compe tent men had. been obtained at salaries ranging from £"i to 3'j/.—It was resolved'; to notify the Minister that the reduction' would-lie submitted to Mr. Rotton.and it vvas further resolved.at a' later stage to. empower the chairman to call a meeting-.... at once in the event of-Mr. Rotton declin ing to accept,the reduced salary. ' From the Under Secretary, stating that; two persons h....
B.D.A.H. and I. Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 July 1906
B.D.A.JL and I. Society. The committee of the above mot at the Royal Hotel, Mcms Vale, on Thursday. The chair was oc» cupie! by Mi*. J. A. Badgery (President), and there were present Drs. Stevonson and Jones, .Messrs. F. A. Ba lg&lt;»ry. T. Badger.v J. T. Hay tor, FI. W. Tay lor. 0. Tu>lor, A. A. Carter. A. E. If. Carter. J. C. Fraser, A. Elliott. J. I>obb. 0. Z Thnwby. H. Wiles J, D. Wo«»l, H, Hixson. G. J. Morrico. B. H. Paine, T. A. F. McCarthy, A. D. Bakery. C. Wright, W. Jones. S. Cullen, E. E, Pow, F. H. Throshy, J. W, Cunningham. D. Shell. H. Richardson, E. B. Haw* kins, J. H. Beale, W. Morrice, and I. Cullen (hon. see.) Correspondence. From the Department of Public Instruction, sng« gesting a conferenco with the school teachers re the lectures to school childrenat tho forthcoming poultry, allow.—'The secretary repotted the matter had al> ready been arranged. From Mr. W. T. Nixon, who arranged the Argylo Exhibit at the Sydney Show, as follow: — "I am glad to ...
Bowral Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 July 1906
Bowral Municipal Council. The regular meeting was held on Thursday night. Pieseut: Aid. H. M. Oiley (Mayor), Mackenzie, Yallack. Smell, Jones, and Campbell. A let:or was received from the Tieasury, stating that the aura of 1.0 had been placed to credii of the oouncil for improvements to the Contonriial Park — Inferred lu the i'ark Committee. ^'0 reply having been received from tho polico ru tho powder magazine complained of at last meeting, it was resolved to write to tho Chief Secretary in the matter.1. The iinunce sheot was adopted, and accountn utuounting to £41 ts lid uenerui, and £14 Is lid gas account, wore p«wsed for payment. Tho finanou committee furnished a special report with reference to letting the rooms of the Town Hall nut requirod by tho council and it was resolved that the report be consideied ut a special meeting of the council, next Thursday night. Tho shire counoil were granted tho use of tho room for their next rauet ing. • v .. . : \ The alerk of works reported ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 July 1906
jC. H. Hahteod, ARCHITECT, •' Wkiwinoton." liUUHADOO. . Dr. 11. Grata ford, SURGEON DENTIST, TOWN 1TALL, nOJVIUL. Kitroos Oxide Gan Administered. OfTico Hoor*, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. MRS. S. G. GIBBONS, TEACHER OF MUSIC SINGING, ELOCUTION, AND DANCING. VISITS BOWRAIj daily. TERMS ON APPLICATION. Annniiss—BUIIRADOO. GEO'.. E. VINCENT, A. MX7S. T.O;-L. * PROFESSOR OP .HUSIG, BOWKAIj AMD MITTAUONO. PIANOFORTE, HARMONY, COMPOSITION, E4o. TEH-MS OK Al'PI.K/ATIOW. MR. A. BENNETT, Teachep of Violin. res Teacher of Pianoforte, BUltBABOO STREET/ V BOWRAL Terras on application. DR. H. LEIGHTOii JGfilES, N ipasz^.Fifsr.r, Ai*pfylo Street, IVf o»» "V" jnle May be consulted at . . . Morgan's Pharmacy Every Monday forenoon and Friday Afternoon. David W. Moffat, " MONUMENTAL MASON, ARQYLE STREET, MOSS YALE. (NEXT FIRE STATION). Estimatbs' toii Ueadstonks in -Granite, Marhlk, ahd Fhhk.-tohb. LATEST DESIGNS ON APPLICATION. Best Workmanship .GuaiiaVtekd. - DQZr's. ^ngofdSij, (QUEEN'S C0LL1SHE, LONDON) Pupi...
The Work of the Immigration League of Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 July 1906
Tiic Work of the Immigration League of Australia. That the existence of tlio Immigration League is justified may bo a*sumed from the character of its correspondence, which ill eludes letters from all purls of the world inquiring about Australia—from territories oa far apart as Canada, Egypt, Burmab, Germany, Hungary, Switzerland, and the United; Stilted. ; .. \ ' ' A Bristol man, who has cnpitnl amount ing to £2000, Btatea,, in acknowledging ii formation supplied by the League :—" We had dooi'led to go to either West Australia or Queensland, but when we received yonr letter we decided to go on to Sydnoy, al though your afsistel rales and several otl.er items are. not us gnoJ an offered in Q^ogis land. From Perth, Scotland, an inquirer writes for information : " I would like very much to try farming in Australia. I 11m 25 yi-ars nf age, healthy, and strong. I can l ide and drive; and know hoives well. As for farm ing; t dont know much about it, but have no'diMibt I could soon pick it...
Better Than Prison. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 July 1906
■Better--' Than Prison.^ Il.hns long ,been recognised that a sen tence of imprisonment wotlis fur more hardly upon the wifo. and children of a prisoner, tliiin upon the prisoner himself. In this Stale cases frequently oomn under the 'notice; of the Prispii'Ts' Aid Ass'iciation wlioro the; family of ii prisoner aro left to starve while the prisoner himself is more or less comfort ably provided for in gaol. Tlio city of G1 ns gow has this year inlrtidiiccd a method by vvhioli- the wii(ie-eamer is preserved fur the family. On conviction the prisoner: is sen-; tenced-to a definite term, but i«. in a proper case,immediately relea?edj)n probation ; lie. is handed over to a probation officer, \vho> allows him to ro to worlt as usrial, live wi'h his^family.awl act generally as a free man, but the officer takes his wages.and applies them, to the use of the prisoner's" family, and also lays down rnlcs.which have to be kopt. If the officer finds that the rules are broken, ho returns the pri...
Football. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 July 1906
Football. The competition matches for this after noon are as follows:—Bowral v. Mitta gong at Bowral, Wilde's Meadow v. Moss Vale on the latter's ground, Robertson having the bye. The following teams will represent Bowral and Mittagong in their union en gagement this afternoon :—Bowral: Back, H. Davidson ; three quarters, W. Ritchie, W. Carr-Boyd, F. Hopson, P. Mines ; five eights, J. Huggett,i:senr. ; half,Y'E. McKay; forwards, D. 'Jones, B. Smith, R. Hopson, C. Thompson,' H. Ellsmore, E Fitzgerald, G. Ruthven, P. Denmead ; emergencies, D. • Hopson; C. Carey, B. Clayton, R. Riley", T. Smith. Mittagong : Back, A. Murray ; three-quarters; J Nicholls, B. Webb, H. Carter,-P. Cupitt; i five-eights, H. Nicholls ; half, W. Cripps ; forwards, E. McRae, J; Wilson-, R. Troy, W. Collins, H. Burling", S. Dowling, L. Waters, A.' Cripps;- emergencies, J. Spears and G. Chalker. A silver coin will be charged for admission to the ! ground. The other match for to day is Wilde's Meadow v. Moss Vale'o...
Mittagong Tourist Association [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 July 1906
Mifctagong Tourist Association • A-mooting of the above was held at tlie Town Hall, Mitiagong. on Wednnsdjiy evening lust, (here • vhfing a- lurge Hbtendnnce of inerabers. Mayor (AM We'-thmv) occupi'-d the chair • .Mrv.C.M. Pet erson. Government Tourist Bu chu. u.rute, asking for a further supply of leaf'pts ~'ihe ^ Secretary stati-d that these had been forwarded. Jthc Acme Photo Engraving Company.wrote q jot-; irig pnccs for"putou«il po*t rardp al«o lllustiuted bloc 8 —Loft i't the hands of Mr Coupe *• Mr Coitee vrepentei u dia't of a booklet to the v-njeoting irrwhioh he prono«ed 10 have Virion* vtewa> itl nnd aiotind Mittagonfrinscited, also Rome worn* n beyan Cavea ec nery. He hud canva*«e:l the town r- wiih-tii'-view to finding ont what asnstance ho would ?'.v:receiva;from the townspeople. and h«» wag pleased to ^BaytlvUso'a 'ie had bcrn very du ce sfnl, luving Y j-rc- ivrd in, im eR of ndvi-rtieomuntH 10 the value of , vjblU. :1J ' «i w -• mber of business people to call ' ...
DROWNED BOY MYSTERY. MOTHER CHARGED WITH MURDER [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 July 1906
;;jbrqwrnbp boy mystery. tabTHER CHARGED WITH MURDER y'A* ptrangy story,' the outcome of which was - jthatu woman named. Louisa Tiffin waar charged with the wilful murder of her slx ycar-old son William, .was told at a Hackney, iuquest on the 11th April, ••Tho boy-was found drowned in tho River Lea'\oni Sunday with a severe wound on tho back-of his-head. mother stated that while they were walking along tho lowpath the boy ran away from her aud fell Into the water. She jumped. In after him, but failed to find him, and aftor. somo -minutes- sho1 managed to scramblo . ashore. Two1 men- came- along and took her to the infirmary. She told them that the boy wanmh: the water. "How- did tha boy get the wound on his hcud?" asked the coroner. "I can't tell you," replied the; woman. . "Didn't you strike him on the head?" "No, certainly not.. I was in hopes of taking him out.to Cahatia some time this month'." The Jury returned a verdict to tho effect that thsre wns no corroboration of the mothe...
LONDON UNEMPLOYED. A LADIES DEPUTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 July 1906
. V - LONDON UNEMPLOYED? . ' A' LADIES' DEPUTATION. The "Westminster Gazettee'' gives the following imaginary idea of a deputation .of,;.four ..typical ' ladies waiting ;upon the Mlnistei;;of Education:— • . • ;Minister:>.-.Now,. ladies. tell . me-, what you want. ,..;First Lady (middle-aged .handsome, and well dressed): "Wo.want work! . -Minister: ."VVork! : Surely you have made a mistake and come to».the«wrong department? —• • v .>-• >• •..' •First. Lady: No, sir; my. case-is :-a sad one. I am well off, my,husband-is away all . day, my daughter married-amd in India, and my sons at school. - I havo time on my hands. • You'are'about to or ganise . free - dinners for schoolchildren, and U, petition for' af smairsharo'' pf'^tlie work entailed. I shall be grateful ifyou will take me on, if only for two days a week, andr indeed, I am competent to superintend the providing and serving of meals. " . Minister: Dear mo! dear me! (To Se cond "Lady): And you, madam? Second Lady (youn...