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Assaulted and Robbed. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 18 July 1906

Assaulted and Robbed. On Thursday -night last a man namedi Coady reported to the police at Moss Vale that he'had been assaulted and roh bed c-a the Sutton Forest road, about a mile from town. Const, Bums had no ticsd two men drinking in town together earlier in the - evening, and recognising Coady as Me came;to. the conclusion that his mate was the .man-wanted, Knowing that both men were,employed; on. ; a road contract at Sutton. Forest, Senior-Ser geant Thorndike and Const. Burns at once proceeded to a house where the mea : had been stopping, but finding .the place empty they returned to Moss Vale.. Shortly afterwards a message on, the tele-, phone conveyed the news, that ■ there wis.' a-man with..a swag waiting ou the plat-. ;fdr'm at Exeter. Const: ..Burns. conse quently boarded the- midnight mail train, and arrested his man at. Exeter just-' he was stepping into, the train. .Tim a- » cused gave, his name as Patrick Noonan, and being brought before Mr.'- A.. MowV a J.P., and char...

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
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Enlarging an Hotel. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 18 July 1906

Enlarging au Hotel. Yesterday the work of ronovating and en larging Aland's Commorciul Hotel, situated in Argyle-stroet Muss Vale, was to have been commenced. When completed the hotel, besidos being much more commodious than' at preseut, will nlso add considerably to .tbe appearance of the main street of the tbwn. The additional rooms \yill .comprise Homo ten now bedrooms. The main eh triuc'e will be from Argyle-street and the design of the building is most attractive; The contractor is Mr. W. Jones, of Moss Vale. Tbe hotel, when the alterations are made, will consist of aorae 21 rooms and bar.

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

C. H. Halxtead, ARCHITECT, •' WinniNflTON,''. niJItlUDOO. Dr. E. Crmiyford, SURGEON DEWTIST,' TOWN HALL, IIQWRAL. Nitrous Oxide Oak Administered. Office Hours, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. RftRS. S. G. GIBBONS, TEACHER 01'' MUSIC SINGING, ELOCUTION, AND DANCING. VISITS HOWRATj daily. TERMS ON APPLICATION. Annunsj—BUKRADOO. #E0. E. VINCENT, A. HUS. " .PROFESSOR OF MUSI8, BSWBATj AKB MH'TAHONG. ; PIANOFORTE, HARMONY, I COMPOSITION, Etc. TERMS OS A!'PLIGAT1QX. m. a. mrnniy Teacher of Violin. i!ss aTbmett, Teacher of Pianoforte, BURHADOO 3TBEKT. BOWRAL Terras on applitnHon. DR, H. LEIGHTOM JONES, ^"'DENTIST,''' Arpfyle Street.,MoissYal® May ho consulted at ... . Morgan's Pharmacy Every Monday Forenoon and Friday Aftornoon. ■David W. Moffat, " MONUMENTAL MASON, ARGYL1C STREET, > • - MOSS YALE. (NEXT FIRE STATION). Em'IHATHS. FOK IIn*n»T0NE8 IN GsANITE, Mabblk, kxii FnuKi'toKB. LATEST. DESIGNS ON APPLICATION. BhJT WoBSUAHSro1 GuAIUNTflBt). DQZlS. ^rigofdStj, (QUEEN'S COLUiGB, l.ONDON) Pupil of Dr....

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Colonel Bell at Bowral. "DEMOCRACY v. SOCIALISM." [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 18 July 1906

Colonel "Bell at Bowral. !" DEMOCRACY v. SOCIALISM." polonel Geo. W. Bell, ex U.S. Consul at Sydney, delivered his popular lecture, "Democracy v. Socialism," in the Bowral School of Arts on Monday evening. There was a large audience, for ihe lecturer's fame as an orator had preceded him. The chair was occupied by the Mayor of Bow ral (Mr- H. M. Cxley), and with him on the platform were: the Revs. E- Hargrave and J. J. Gilmore, Messrs. S. R. Iriries Nbad, R. S. Mackenzie, and S. W. Hodge. _ ' J The chairman said that-as one who had for so many years been America's repre sentative in this state, Colonel Bell was sure of a hearty welcome in any part of Australia, and on behalf of the people of Bowral he accorded him such welcome. The Colonel's reputation was, well known to them as an accomplished lecturer; and though they might possibly not ngree ■ with his politics, he was sure they would •have an entertaining address, • CoJoneiiB.eil was greeted with hearty applause.- He said he was,...

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

For.Bronchifvl Coughs tnkc Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Ifl Crl* Farm implements and produce, at low rates, at Hill Bros., Bowral.

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

Not Inherited* Onlj pt»r eiit*uo <*i r.'ic millions that h*vo Consumption inhoriievi it. In urarly every IntUnoo it was a negbtite.l oounh or Vwlil tint datvlopHl ■wQtk lunmMiml ,UonHuiii;>t:i>'i f»»ll wid. [( Chatnh orUiuM On'iqb IVnoljr is tnkaii right at iho begin ning. it uhu« jcH the uoiuh,. M)>tho* uud bonis the |iiiU!», H«id iK-Uts nature to throw of? tin diseaso.' Oiwt.borUin'.i Coiij'h Remedy al«Mya o«iroi, Vor aa'o by|D. ilorgdu OUowUt, Buml.

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

Hugging Cows. During the last oonple of years, a good many-dairymen have adopted the practice of rugging their cowa.'and the results in every case ore spoken of as being highly satisfac tory/ AVhcii covr-s are kept warm, the food tbey consume, instead of being utilised to maintain'/bodily heat,.is largely -devoted to tho production of milk, and in this way the dairyman realises,'fi lijrge profit on the very small outlay required to provide rugs or, coverings, for his cattle in cold weather. Men who have studied the subject closely say that the effect of covers on oows is vary remarkable. The quiet cows become moro quiet and oontentcd, while thoso that are shy or norvous have their nervos soothed, and submit to^boing handled without show ing fear, or., .timidity.. There are several kinds of ruga on the market, all of whioh nro gnod, but farmers can* make their own rugg oi\.covers wilh..,vury little trouble. It is only, necessary to utilise sound wheat sacks for the purpose,,-and, aft...

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

General News. There are few firms in the tailoring busi ne»s that hiivo the veoovd of turning out in tho shirt spnce of three >years: oyer 50,000 RiiitH. ..Yet-1liia is whnt lian been. done by Mr. W. FI. Bruce, of Tli'e Haymarlcet, Syd ney; 'OoranjenciiK' in a small way he has built tip a steady bnsinosB that now extends oyer .three. States. Mr. Brtico attributes the Ki'eiit success of his business to the fact that lie is a " one. price tailor." Offering a Sao Suit or Chesterfield Overcoat from "the piokof the stock " to measure for 2Sa 6d. Much of tho June issue of Niyht and Day (tlio organ of Dr. Barnardo's Homes) is dn voted to the annual report for 1905. Tho statistics of work done in the course of that y«ar may well opeu tho eyes of tho public to tho large lmrvo»t yat to bo reaped beforo child destitution ceases out of tho land. Tho children aro flowing in at the doors of these institutions alone at tho rnte of tan every working day. The Homes omigrated ■1,814 boys and girls...

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Goulburn-Sydney Bicycle Race. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 18 July 1906

Gonlburn-Sydncy Bicycle Eaco. . The oounoil of the League nf Wheelmen ■; did not allow much time to lapse after Hie! nnnouuaemorit lhadeiii a'recont" paper about I the Goulburn-Sydney raco'boforo they de cided upon a.big annual oontest over, the popular course. ...The fact of the Dunlop Tyre Company abandoning their yearly fix ture for the preoent, owing to 'pressure, of business, offers the ieagiio'nn 'opportanity'bf putting on a race which many years ago was; curried out by that body with couspich'ous success. Though the Dinilop? Gompanyis' giving £30 and a £5 5s medal as first prize in the Cyclists'. Association raoe, as well as feeding the competitors and awarding certi ficates of merit', the raoe. proriidted by the newly-formed opposition body-has not .had■ tlie entire snpport of the local pyclo trade; It ib for this and other reasons that the sec retary of the Loagui 'of Wiieeltnbu'Btates lie" will.catty, out in.September,tho,usual annual. contest just abandoned this season by...

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

'A sensible: STIMULANT.' " A Stimulant that is .. medicinal isi its adlion and is £ . li e a 11 hi - p r crh o ii- 5s v/orth>T of/ijiiA zaen's drinKjjis-f ^ <£? R is . bracing, and has curative efTesSh in j£p Ilidn'ey. Bowel, arid Urmary AiYedlitms. Your IUo;ioy Biack. An a spooinl recommendation to induce you to try GSamberlain'u Cou^b Romody, we uuthori-e ovory ohoraisVof Ht-Jrekeoper wlio Bolls it to ummtn oo tt will givo fcatisfnoiioii, or refund thc. money.; Ut'ider, thiu guarnutew youbunnot uifnrd to hesitate," whan; | as nny medical mau.will tell you, you aro ondnngoi*-, ing yc-ur life by nogleoting.a,oi>ngh or oc»ld<- .Ch-uri* berlain'rt Cough Remedy not rnoroly relieves, but ourda. It ii plenaant to tnko, and i/i free from all p'oisonH." Sola and guaranteed by I»% iloyan, Ch«m iat, Bowral. , Hill Bros., Bowrol, for boots. • >.'

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

Cemetery Trustees. For the portion of the general cemetery at Bundunoon, dedicated 22nd August; 1903, set apart for Methodist burial   ground,the following trustees have been gazetted Messrs. William Grice, James Calverley, Ernest Henry Shoults, Thomas Bagnal Gamble, and Arthur Corby. The following gentlemen have been gazetted as trustees for the portion of the general cemetery at Burrawang set apart for Roman Catholic burial ground. The Most Reverend Patrick Francis Moran, D.D., the Rev. John Carroll, Messrs;   James Martin, Patrick Geary, and Stephen Bresnahan.            

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SERVICES TO-MORROW. Church of England. ss. SIMON AND JUDE, BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 July 1906

BEB.yiGES TO-MOB BOW. . : • Church of .England, sa. SIMON AND J DDK, BOWRAL. Services at" 11 aud 7. Holy Commuuion—lBt Sunday in month at 11 a m,. 2nd at S a m, 3rd at 7 pin, 4th at 8 a m, Stb at 11a m. i'ho Rccior. . ST. BTIIPBES'S, UIVXAaONO. > 1st Snnday in month—UiltngonR 11 nnl 7.30 2nd Suuday—Mitiagong 11 (h o.) A 7.30, CnlnYalo 3 Snl Sunday—MittaRong 11 & 7.30 (h.o.), Hill l'op 3 ■1th Sunday -Mittagonp 11 and 7 30, Jellore 3 5th Snnday—M'gong 11 & 7.30, Children's Service 3 Rev. T. J. Heffernan. ALL BAINTB, BDTIOM roKKBT. Sutton ForcBt at 11, oommunion first Sunday Bundanoon at 8.80, communion third Sunday Exeter 7-30, communion second Sunday Eev. A. C. Oorletto. Roman Catholic Church. . Bowral 9.30, Miltagong 11 and 3.30 Service at Bowral every Friday at 7.30 a.m. Bev. 3. Carroll. Methodist Church. Bowral, Student 11, llev J V7 Holden 7 MittaRong, Mr Crick 11, Student 7 . Mo«s Vale, Student 3 Mr Layton 7 Hill Top, Rev J \V Holden 11 Balmoral, Rev J W Holde...

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Salvation Army. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 July 1906

Salvation Army. When passing through on their way to the Salvation Army Congress in Sydney, a number of officers stopped at Bowral and held a meeting in the Oddfellows' Hall. Three of them, Adjutant Thirkettle Adjt. Breeri, and Lieutenant Madden had, at different times been stationed at Moss Vale and Bowral, so to them it was like coming hom once more. It was some thing out of the ordinary to see so many officers liere, and something extraordinary might have been expected. . Adjt. Thir kettle had charge of the open-air and in door meetings. He spoke very earnestly urging tlie people to prepare to meet their God. One accepted the invitation to come to-Jesus.- Several solos were giveii, one being in Chinese by Lieut. Lee. The company tried to learn the chorus, but did not succeed. -During the evening ^Lieu t Angus, who has been in.Bowral for some' months, farwelled from this corps. V

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Grand United Oddfellows. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 July 1906

Grand United Oddfellows. The quarterly meeting of the Wollon dilly (Moss Vale) branch of the, above was held last week. The following officers were elected for the ensiling year : —N.G., Bro. E. Bannan; V.G., Bro. S. Tilley; E.'S., Bro. Walter Tickner, juri,; I. G. and O.G. Bro. J. Tickner ; support ers to N.G., Bros. Bushby and H. Wells j supporters to V.G., Bros. Maloney and Winter. The officers were installed by Dist. Treas. l3ro. Sumervaille. The lodge reports good progress during the last quarter, four new members being initiated. The introduction of various games, such as draughts, "bobs," etc., and occasional dances prove an attrac tion to members and friends.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 July 1906

Can be Ocpcndcd. Vpoa Chanibcrlain'd Colic, Choloru, and Diarrhoea Rem edy is tbo most successful medicinc iu use for bowel complaints. Cures griping, ail kinds of diarrhoea, and Ht th'i first unufmnl looseness of tbo bowel should ba token. It onn b« depended upon otou in the most nevere and dangerous onsos. For fialo by D. Morgan, Chemist, Bovrral.

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Mittagong School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 July 1906

Mittagong' School of Arts. . Tho annual meeling was held in the Bending Room on Thursday evening, there being a large attendance of members. Dr. Middleton (President) occupied the chair. The nocrotary read the niiimlpo of last annual meeting, which were confirmed on the motion of Massrs. Mottling and Li-ighton. Tho secretary road tho report and balauco shoot, which ware «s follows :— ANNUAL REPORT. I/tdies and Gentlemen, In presenting tho twenty-first Annual Eeport the committee congratulate you on a (airly satisfactory year's record. Although larger results might hate been sipocted, a ruoro extensive membership desired, and a greater enthusiasm evinced, still, oil things sonHidored the institution has justified its existence, and Has & clftiiu on a more generous support fqr tho coming year. _ Your attention is requested to tho accompanying synopsis ot the transactions eiuco liut report:— HEMDEnsUIP. ■ Tbo present enrolment ia 52. 43 members pay quarlorly, 6 ara monthly snbs...

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Colonel Bell at Moss Vale. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 July 1906

Colonel Bell at Moss Vale. Colonel Bell, ex U.S. Consul, delivered his highly entcrtaiiiiiiR' Ieciure, "Dimio cracy v. Socialism," to a very fair nudience in the Centennial Hall, Moss Vale, on Tuesday evening The Mayor, Dr. Leighton Jones, presided, and suit ably -introduced the speaker. Colonel Bell covered most of the graiiml- taken tip by him in his Bowral address; and his high class oratory drew forth almost con tinuous . approbation from his hearers. There, were several socialists''present who sometimes took exception to the Colonel's utterances, though in a manner not the least objectional. Chief amongst these was Mr. G. F. Allman. who the moment the Colonel hud concluded his nddress was on to his feet with quite a number of questions, which the lecturer answered lengthily. The proceedings did not conclude till half-past ten, but the audienceiNvere not the; least bit tired of listening to the Colonol, who could easily liave kept them entortained for.a much longer period. . ;

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Mittagong Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 July 1906

Mittagong Council. The fortnightly meeting, of the Mitta» gong Municipal Council was held on. Wednesday evening, there being present i Aid. Westbury (Mayor), Mealing, Wallis, Merrifield, Lake, and Robson. A letter was received from, from G, Gamble, resigning bis position as alder man, owing to making his home at Te rn or a.—On the motion of Aid. Mealing and Lake the resignation was accepted. G. Horton wrote asking for the align-, men, as he intended to build in the Main street.—The Mayor stated he had given; permission to. build,- also the alignment* the Mayor's action being endorsed. From C. R. Loseby, asking foe a re duction in the assessment on his shop,and: dwelling in. Main-street, the damage done: by the-recent fire having rendered the: premises utterly useless, the compensa tion obtained from the . insurance com pany being only £115- The back rates, were not owing by him, but by Mr.. Springett.:—It was decided on the motion, of Aid. Mealing and Lake, that the coun cil could n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 July 1906

His mind iintmoil wiili noblu thought— For Ilia koo'J o( nil mankind*— A Chemist {mtiomiy workM uqJ *ouj(h&< A cure tor cold* to find. The cvusolcas toil of »m uotivo brain lis rewnril ihrt at loutnh e»*urt); * ... Anrl ihVCiiunun hkvu t'i tho woild his gain "WAOi^Gi'oal EV^ntrmuu Ciutf, * ■

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 July 1906

If'oc Chililroii'd (lucking Cougli at NIrIu, Woods'(jteat I'tfppcrminl C«tf. la &iv

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