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Friendly Societies' Sports. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 18 July 1906

Friondly Societies' Sports. The B. D. Fiiontlly Societies' Union will shortly ba inuetiiit; iigniti to jiriun^i; for tlio curronl year's doraoa-unitiiin in aid of the Berrima District Hospital, a mooting of dulegates Having boon culled for Monday evening next at Mrs. •Willis' rofrcebuiout rooms, .Bowrul. Mo*t of tlio lodges in the. district lmve oluc'ed ddlega'on, ihn following bfing to Imnd':—Bowral: M. U, Oddfellow*,. Bros. JinvStolte?, J. Bi'iivan, oiul \V. H t'vull; G. U. Od Mellows, Bros. Al. Jones, T. Gimp* mui), and CJ. E. E/.zy ; Proto?tiint Alliance, Bros. J. Stolces, 11. Goodwin, and E. Taylor. Moss Valo : M. U. Oddfellows, Bro«. F. T. Bcrrauu, E.'A'and, and W. Holt; lJiboriii.au Society, Bios. S. Wliyte, 0- Howard, and E. Mur|ihy. llitlngon;,'! Protestant Alii niiuc, Bros:' A. Mc&illtim, W. W. Inaobr, oud '1\ Viler*. ' ■

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Dreyfas Reinstated. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 18 July 1906

Brejfas Reinstated. The French Chamber of Deputies lias ap proved of the reinstatement nf Major Drey fus and Brigadier Goneral Pipuurt. A mo tion wna approved denouncing the authors of the conspiracy, and of rendering homage to tha authors of the revision of the Droyfus caso. Confidence-wp.b also expressed that the Government would execute the neces sary penal measures. Tho remains of M. Zola-, who fought strenuously for Major Dreyfus, will be transferred to the Pantheon During the debatn on thn Dioyfun cmsc, M. Sarraut, Under-Secretary for tho Intorior, smacked the face of M. Conti, a Nationalist deputy. A duel followed, and M. Sarraut waa wonnded in a lung.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 18 July 1906

Can be Depended Upon. Chamb I'minN Ooliu. Cnoleni, HtvlDmrrhoea Rein* fdy i* llio xuiMO^fut mviiioine in.use for towel wu.piamtK. Curort gil ing, all kiiidi of durrUoW ti'ici • flr.it unm\i i\]o iSQ»Q3dof the botrtl «huu!<i t.o toko'u it nun lu upon ovou in iho most Mjvoro uuil dimniyu'is ciH'S. For sale by X). M>jrg*n, Chwui*t» Bj\v;al.

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Curlews as Pest Destroyers. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 18 July 1906

Curlews as Post Destroyers. Mr. M. HanrfthaD, J.P., of Black Springs, writing, aome time ago, about tho value of birds as pest destroyers, says: "No doubt any bird—except. purely gniin-foodorB—will eat a grub when lie can catch it; but tho only bird that I found of much use for this purpose in tho native ourlow. The reason why this bird is such an expert amongst grubs ia because it is of nocturnal habits, ftud so are tho yruba (iuoludiug the oodling moth), and whilst other birds-are sleeping ourlews are at work. My npplea were gaLling iufeated with oodling moth. I got a pair of ourlews aud turned tliein at large in my garden end orchard, und tho destruction thoy made of grnb3 and codling uwth larv® was surprising. As a result, I had only a fow npples affected by codling moth last year, and I have no doubt thut tho pests will all be destroyed in another yoar. Tho ground under frnii-ireea should be kept clear of weeds to give tho curlewa a chance." Concerning tho above, Mr. A. J. Nort...

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The Country Waits. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 18 July 1906

Tho Country Waits. Dr. Johnson once referred to the mar riage of a man to his second wife as "the triumph of hope over experience.*' It was the same optimistic feeling which led so many of us to look forward in happy expectation to the meeting of Parliament for the present session. In the past so many many valuable hours have been de voted to private and party quarrels that the business of the. • country, rushed through the closing hours ofa session, has been left in confusion. From session to> session the greater portion is not done, but "-postponed.'' When New South Wales lay helpless in the grip of the dronght this inaction of Parliament was not so harmful. In fact, the greater the inertia the less was the squandering of public funds, and the; bor rowing:-.of foreign- millions. But now things are changed. The opportunity of prosperity has come. The tide is now at the flood—it rests with our legislators to urge it on to fortune. First there is the reconstruction of our land law...

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Concerning our Public Schools. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 18 July 1906

Concerning our Public Schools. In view of the steps recently decided upon by the Moaa Vole Citizens' School Commit tee in the direction of obtaining Govern ment assistance in securing necessary equip ment of public schools, also in reducing the oost to .parents of providing books, eto,, for their children, a discussion took place in the state parliament which may be of interest, although it is to be regretted that the alti tude of the Minister may causa somewhat of a hitch in the reform sought for. Quite ft number of questing wore put to Mr. O'Conor, Minister for Public Instruction. Mr. Gardiner a.-.ked whether the Minister, in view of tho proposal of the Government to abolish school fees, would ho set apart all the school foes for the euauing half-year to form a fund to furnish and efficiently equip nil country schools with the essentials for the proper instruction ol the children; whether he proposed to take any steps to re duoe the cost to parents of providing books, etc., for th...

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Moss Vale Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 18 July 1906

Moss Yale Municipal Council. The usual meeting of tho above was hold on Monday night. Present: AM. Luigli'tou Jones (Mayor) EI. W. Taylor, F. G. Steven son, E. B. Hawkins, A. A. Carter, aud 0. Mirow. Apologies wore received from Aid. Hixson, Mowlc, and B nln. . ■; The only oorroopoudonce was n 'letter from Win. Jones, applying for pormisfion to. make alterations to the Control' Hotel, aUo for permission to use the footpath during the progross of the work. It was resolved that the request be granted, nlao that the use of the footpath bo allowed providing a proper boarding was ereoted and a suitable footway left, The finance sheet was adopted, and ac counts amounting to £20 7i general, £55 1'2h 2d street lighting, and £13 Id water works accounts were passed for payment. The council oierk reported having received the following amounts since last meeting :— General rates £78 17s 7J, lighting rates £14 (Is 8J, water rates £16 103 lOd. The water rate notices for the current half year had ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 18 July 1906

S'ootlmll Champion*. -r " We mo ti'<thi"g but Chamberlain'* Pain Ba'iu . >' \ as t rub down Knimcnt whilo traiuiutf vr after •* gara<\" write-* iho *rorot>try of tho Kn^lVhawk Foot-i\'-A; hull Club, KiiRl-hawk (V v. ). '• W« huvo found it \ t> ponsean tho power to promptly re I evo strain* antV:; sprains, nntl t» quickly ht;nl nil fil.ratiions. Wo nvtrilmte- our suucom to OhHmberWhi'a •rMu\s;^vi:' vv' IWtn, for by using it freely wn nrr* always in oondi- J, tion ; mo Horeni.-m c»r ntifneas." For nala byD,. Morgan, Chemist, Buwral. • :*'c' Mr. SliftfTor, an American, millionaire* f waft killed by a train ruuning into his mto\ mobilo at a level crossing on Lmg Island^ Oilcloth— 72 inch width, good patterns, spcufrl value 2/G yard, at Uill Bton. * . - % For Chronic Cheat Complaint*,. ^ •Woods' Great Pcpjieimiufc Cure* ■ '. U &1»

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Nattai Temporary Shire Council. To the Editor "Wollordilly Press." [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 18 July 1906

Nattai. Temporary Shire Council. To thfl Editor "Wollocdilly Presj." ' Sir,—As there appears to baconsiderabjo; miHimdaralandiug in sornu quarters as to the. duties and functions of llie temporary sliirb oonncila,. I shall be glad if yem will kindly, give me u little apaco in your columns in fin endeavor to aot matters right. In the first place, the residents of Bow ral arid Mittagong have really nothing to. any in the matter, as the ohir& does jiot in clude their municipalities. . Then the temporary councillors (appointed by tho Governraout) have nothing whatever to do with tho collection of rates or th3 ex penditure of moneys on this roads, etc., of tho sbire. Their duUas aro simply to super vise tho collootion of the rolls by the polioe aud to conduct an election of permanent councillors. When this ia done thair work ia completed, and the permanent council takes up the work of striking and collecting tho ratos and keopiug tho rolls, etc., of tho shire in ordar. The place ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 18 July 1906

VVooiH' Greal IVppormirU Curo, , For Oouj()n and OolJs, nover fail*.' . 1» C,1. Hill Bros., Bowral—the leaders in •fashion. .'. Their stock of drapery, etc., keeps imct! with the. seasons. ;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 18 July 1906

[EsTinusnED 1872.] J". G. MOERIS & .COM AUCTIONEERS AND VALUATORS, HOUSE,"LAND, AND ESTATE AGENTS. Agents for Australian Mutual ^ire Instirnaco Co. ,, Victoria Fire InHurnnco Co. ,, Colonial Muliml Life Assurance Society. , ,V Minto Sttvi Pig nnd Poultry Funn. ,, Griflltli find AUei), Patent Attorneys. ' Goods received at onr Rooms for Privnte or Auction Sale. An attractive list of Freehold Properties for Sale, .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 18 July 1906

THE COMMERCIAL BANKING . COMPANY of SYDNEY, Ltd. [Kstablisued 1831.] Capital paid up ... .. £1,000,000 Reserve Fund .. 1.100,000, Reserve Capital .. .. .» 1,000,000 . £3,190.000 DIRFCTORfl. <5. J. Cohen, Knq., Chairman. Hon. fT. E.K»ter,M.L.G.,Deputy Chairman;' Hon. Henry Mones, M.L.C. Hon. Richard Jones* M.Tj.C. - . Hon. F. T. Humphery, M L C. AUDITORS, - A. H. 3C. Maxwell, Esq., W. L. Docker, Esq. . . HEAD OFFICE, UEORGE-ST, SYDNEY. . \" T. A? Dibbsr, General Manager. • • T. 1». Gadon, Assistant Manager and Chief Inspector. A. J« Sontar, Accountant. W.O.B.Tiloy, H.H. Maswie.W.H.Pinhey, Inspectors. JOTRREST RATES ON" FIXRB DEPOSITS. II per cent, for 6 months. 3 per ceni. f»r 12 months. 3 per cent, lor 2 years. LONDON OFFICE, 18 BIRCHIN-L'ANR, E'.C. ■ Directors—K. H. Dangar, Esq.; Bonn W. Levy, . Kaq.; H#n. H. S. Littleton. ' Manager—F. A. Scrivener. Branches throughout the' State of New South Wales and in Queensland, Agencies throughout ihe world. Bowral Branch, GAVIN GE...

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The Wollondillg Press (LATE "BOWRAL FREE PRESS") 14.7,06.. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 18 July 1906

£bc Moil0.ntill]) jgjrcss (Latb "Bowral Frkr Press"). 14.7,06. . Local and General. ,„ZM iC B Lowest prices and. high quality goods —these two-factors have combined to make Hill Bros, the busy commercial centre of the district. The ball in aid of the Mittagong Bed, to be held at the Canterbury Hall, Mitta gang, on Wednesday, August I, promises to be a great succeas. All arrangements are well in hand, and given fine weather a " bumper house " should be the result. • "ArUiu auuuul'inuwUngr vC-iliw -TJtcttluia School of Arts, held on,.Wednesday .last, the report and balincd-sheei, "which was adopted, showed.a credit balance of £10. a/i. The following office-bearers, were •elected for the ensuing twelve nionths :— ■ President, Mr. J. D. Arinfield ; vice-presi dent, Mr. Sheath ; secretary and. treas urer, Mr. Burt ;• committee, Messrs* ;Con nolly, Izard, Harper,.Collis, and Taylor. •At the-quarterlyfhi6gfi%;;'ol;^lie!'Gi-y.: O.O., Mittagong, held on Thursday last, the following '.office-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 18 July 1906

It's Getting1 Cold. MAKE YOURSELVES SNUfi FOR THE WINTER BY GETTING YOUR Blankets, Flannels Jackets, Winter Underwear 'New Dress Goods Men's, Boys' and Youths' Cloth in Boots and Shoes JZJT.a? J. B. ANDREWS & CO. BOWRAL MERIT REWARDED by Court of Justice. 'Plio aduiowVdifeil i>ood cjuali tii's imd biwgsh of SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT >>/ve t-routfliC out mnoy iiitiuttiutt.x, a <1 onu cu«u wu« just trlol in tho Supremo Court of Victoria, before ili.H Honour Cliicf Juitico Sir J. MjuMcm, IC.C.M.G., &o. His IluUtmr, in giving ju'Lomui.t, wuid thut trhuiicvGr nil Art olo in oonimondud t » tho public by Traiuti of itH good quality «ic., it in. not porminHtblo Xj irmtntu any of ita fcitur.e. IIo rofttrniocd tho imitators perpetually. from doing so uud ordured . thorn to j ay ull oo.ita. Wo publidh thl« to nil-rd tho puUto nn oppor tunity of protecting thoiiiHolvo.% ui.il of ,securing what is proved borond nil doubt by ski led v/itucM-on at...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 18 July 1906

Important AqnorinesmBnt. Will tHe Public kindly note that our Urap©spy Departmeat is now under „ « lew . » TAYLOR BROS., JVtoss "Vale."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 18 July 1906

or Children's Hacking Couyh at Nigh*, Woods'. Groat Popperniint'Curc. Is Gd.

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BOWRAL v. MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 18 July 1906

BOWRAL v. MITTAGON.G. xne above competition match was* played under favorable weather condi tions on Saturday afternoon last on the Bowral football ground, the match after a keen struggle resulting, in a win for the visitors by 8 points to nil. To say- the; best we can of the play, it was more like a " bun scramble " than a game-of rugby. It was minus of all the beautiful passing rushes and open play which characterise the game, and was mainly all heavy* scrum work and line outs. The teams were most evenly matchcd, and when half time arrived neither side had scored—un-. less it was "barked" shins, etc. The sec ond half showed Mittagong's superiority in strength, and from a scrum Cupitt re ceived and crossed, but failed in the at tempt for goal. Although the referee awarded this try, the Bowral team dis puted it, and rightly so, for the oval never entered the scrum as it should have done, it was simply thrown against a player's legs, and on rebounding the scorer picked up and crossed...

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Golf. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 18 July 1906

Golf. On Saturday last a match was played on the Camden links between the local and Bowral golf clubs, the visitors win ning by four to two. The visitors were most hospitably entertained at breakfast on their arrival at Camden, by Mr. A. J. Macarthur Onslow, at " Balwearie " ; ami in the afternoon the teams and a party of visitors were entertained on the links at afternoon tea by Mesdames W. R. Cow per, Hawkins, Devlin, and others. Ap pended are the scores :— Caudkh. Bowbu,. F. L. Merowcthor .. It 0. W. Slaradan.. 0 8. Manru .. 0 * «S. li. limes A. 13. Devlin ,, .. 0 T 0. Gtior^o A. J.bunlow... .. «n v H. Ii Hix-ton I'. Crossing .. ..Or A. 1'. Moyd F. S. Sluman .. It M. (JiiniphcU Dr. Foatda 0 v D. Cowiior Totals .. 9 '

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Bowral Town Orchestra. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 18 July 1906

Bowral Town Orchestra. A meeting of the committee of the above was held on Friday night last at the Town Hall, Bowral. Present: Messrs. Gavin George (chair), S. R. Innes Noad, Ebb. Davis, Jos. Stokes, W. T. Fraser, and Jno. Cope (hon. sec.). A letter was received from the secretary of the late Bowral Amateur Orchestral Society, stating that that society do nated the whole of its properties—piano, music, music stands, etc.—to the Bowral Town Orchestra.—The donation was ac cepted, and the secretary was instructed to convey to the members of the late society the Bowral Town Orchestra's hearty appreciation of their generous action. Three more applications for instru ments in the orchestra were considered and accepted subject to usual conditions.

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Football. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 18 July 1906

Football. A letter from, the union secretary orr-; : Saturday cried competition .matches off on account of Sydney referees not being available,, but it was afterwards decidedi' by the secretaries of the Bowral and- Mit tagong clubs that their match! should, bes played.

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