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Berrima District Friendly Societies' Union. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 July 1906

Berrima District Friendly Societies' Union. The Friendly Society**' Union held their first meeting at Mrs. Willis's rooms, Bojvral. on Monday night, when a largo number of. delegates, attended, 23; in number*. The first business was ths-recogmtion of. the- past services of a number of delegates, the following being oleotod honorary membersBros. \V. -It. Farrow, W. II. Jones, H^Childs, J. A.. Moses, H. Wiles; and T. E. Copo. ^ The olcction.of oflicerB resulted as follows j Presi dent (for eighth timo in. succession),. Bro, Jos/ Stokes; vico-presideats, Bros. F; T. Bermin and T. Viles; treasurer, Bro. ft; Loaeby ; secretary; Bro. W. E. Farrow. It was deoided to-bold tha^sporta en Bight Hour Day, 1st Ootober, on similar lines to those of last year. Thore will also be a conoert tho samo evening in tho Bowral School of Arts. A motion was brought forward that 'a pubiicon'a booth bo on tho ground. After disoussion the mo tion woq dtjclarc:i losL:. • A hearty vote of thanks was tendered1 to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 July 1906

■■.dais be K>(vpc.»dc4l'Vpon.' Chambirtam's Culio. Oioleru, »mi Diurrhuoft Rom* <(ly"i,i tho most suoaov^ful mihiiumu i»» uko for bow?] uoiupKint*. Curos £ri tng, nil k iuU of ilinrrhmn, and at th: first imiuiiti? It)1'ihouom of tho bowel ,ihou!<l lm token. It «"in bu <(1cp«*ni1o<l upo'i oven in tho in Mt Nevor* ami iNn^iiMas ciaes. iT«ir salo by D, Mjrgtu, Clu'mLit, lljwrul.

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Wingecarribbee Shire Council [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 July 1906

Wingecarribbeo Sliire ComiciX A mealing of tho above wag hold at Moss Vale on 1 Satudny last,-»ihero being prcaont Messrs. J." A.. BadRery (chairman), W. K. llindmarsh, W. A: Nicholas, A. IS. Dettj, and Albort A. Carter. ; Mr. Hir.dm;irrih apoIogtHcd for his absence from tlio three previous meetings, having been called away, to the Richmond on business. ; . ■ .; r : The correspondence was of a very formal naturo. The Under-Secretary wrote, stating that • Moss ;Yale, had been appointed the ohiof polling-place for the Wingecarribbce shire election ; and that a sum of £2Q had been placed to tho credit of the council in tho E, S. and A. Bank, Muss Vale.' Particulars in connection with the election of councillors, also the fees payable to the returning officer and his subor-. dinnten, was also furnished. , . J V ' Senior-Sergount Thorndyke was'prcoonl on behalf of the police to ask, in connection with the compila tion of the rolls of electors, whether tho owner as well as the oooupior of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 July 1906

MERIT REWARDED by Couri of Jusliee. . The noknnwh dir«»d eond qu-iliiiea »ud fluwea* of SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT .ll JVO J /broMiriJt uin n> d ono uu.>j whs juit j tried iri ,tho Supremo Court of Victoria, beforr. Ht« Honour Chiif Justice Sir .J.^tuUon, IC.O.itf.O., &c. Ilia . Honour, in giving jul o'noi.t, bai l fcliut "whenever un uvt clo in oonwneudt.'d t»the public vby rcaifm of ita good quality &c., it in not ponniHsibla t> iimtatuaiiy of its fo:ttiu*-.s, Mm re-taimcd too i nitulorrt perpetually from doing m> und ordered iliuin to | ay nil costs. Wo publish this to uflr rd Uio public an oppor tunity of protecting themselves, u> d of deuuring : what is proved beyond ft)l doubt by fiki'led witue^Oh nt tho Supremo Court of Victoria mid by many fwthotitius during the last JO yearn t r bo « pre? tr illion of. gouuino mont, viz.: IMb uLNUI-NE SAN.DKR & ON3' PURIS VuLATILdS EU OALYP J'l .EX THAOT.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 July 1906

It's Getting Gold, MAKE YOURSELVES SNUG FOR THE WINTER BY GETTING YOUR Blankets, Flannels Jackets, Winter Underwear - New Dress Goods »* Men's, Boys'and Youths' Clothing Boots and Shoes A® J. B. ANDREWS & CO., BOWRAL.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 July 1906

THE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY of SYDNEY, Ltd. TEstajmbiied 1881.] Capital paid up .. .. .. £1,000,000 Rauerve Fund 1,115,000 Reiorve Capital .. ,. .. 1,000,000 J68,115,000 3IRBCT0W. O. J. G*hen, K«q., Chairman. Hon. IT. E. 3£.L.C.,Dopuiy Chairman. Hon. Henry Moisr, M.L.C. Hon. Riohard Jonon, M.L.G. Hon. F. T. Bumphery, M.L C. AUDITORS, E. S. Capo, Eeq., W. h. Dooltor, Eoq. HEAD OFFICE, GEORGE-ST, SYDNEY. T. A. Dibbs, General Manager. T. Gaden, Assistant Manager and Chief Inspector. A. J. Souiact Accountant. ■W.C.B.Tiloy, H.H. Massio, Y/.tl.Piuhoy, Inspectors. INTEREST RATES ON FIXES DEPOSHS. 1A per ciut. for 0 months. B "per cent. far 12 months. 3 par ofint. for 2 years. ZOJSPOS OFFICE. IS BIRCH1N-LANE, E.G. 2>i*etUr8—F. H. Diinpar, Esq.; Beon W. Levy, Eaq.; Hoa. U. S. Littleton. ilMBger-1'. A. Sariv«nei\ Branches throughout the Stato of Now South ?Walos and in Queensland. ^ Agentiee throDgbout the world. Bowral Branch, GAVIN GEORGE, Manager. a Mb ■MS'.ffia. .STOCK A GENT, AUCTI...

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A Pleasing Function. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 July 1906

■ A Pleasing Function. . It is long.since a more pleasing function has'taken place than that which eventu ated at: the Berrima District Hospital yesterday afternoon,' when "the wives of the hospital committee were the hostesses. The gathering served a twofold object; being a farewell, by the committee and medical, officers to 'the retiring matron, Nurse Robertson, and a .welcomc to Nurse Mair, who is to take her place as head of the nursing staff; A dainty afternoon tea was first served in the Board Room, fol:. lowed by speeches enlogistic.of the depart ing Matron's qualities and work, and full of hope and confidence that Nurse Mair would fulfill the committee's '^expectation's for tlie future. Tne speakers included the 1-resirlent''(Mr. Gavin George), Drs. Val lack-. Throsby, and Leighton-Jones, and Mr. C. YV. Marsden. Mr. Innes Noad responded on behalf of Miss Robertson, and the President on behalf of Miss Mair.

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The Wollondilly Press (LATE "BOWRAL FREE PRESS"). 25.7-06. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 July 1906

'Cjjc Mollffntitll]) 'gross (Latb "Bowral Free Press"). 25.7.06. ; Local ami General. Lowest, prices and hiyh quality goods, —•these two factors have combined to jnalce Bros,. the - busy commercial centrc of the district. In compliance with tho request of the Department of Agricultureto hold a serius of monthly tiiacua aions, the second of these la announced elsowhero to tike place (o-morrow.({Thursday} night, At the Con -tcnnial flail, Moss Valo. Mr. tfrognart, Govern ment Entomologist,will rend a paper on 41 Useful line Injurious Inseots," wliich will afterwards bo dis . cusse. Thcso discussions (ire held in conncction :with'iho B.D.A.H. and I. Society, ; ■ The Favorito Cantata, "tinder th« Palms," will Ijo rendered by the TJowral Methodist Church Choir and Orohestra this (Wednesday) cvoning. 111 the School'. Hall, Dowral. Tickcta aro one shilling oach.oluW dren hnlf p/ico, and tho proceeds arc in aid of tho ohoir fund. Tho choir has : beot>. rehearsing this Cantata (or somo ti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 July 1906

WHY DOES A' -woman's 'health so often, break-down'at iwc-'rlv --Put a man at a washing tub, ti'F h m-get heated with the hot sods until everv pore is ooencd. then let him stand over the }»!rhv .steam that.come:; from scalding aud bnling clothes, and his.health certainly would break down before long, and yet this terrib :: ordeal is exactly what . .;,'y..: . A WOMAN ' Uy.j-.ro throiurh on \va*Hin"j days ; and ;b>s'd«s while overhea'ed at rhu hot work sh' has 'u rl^k ..hr-r l.fiv bv goit:«! out in the ope. a-.r '•> hamj. in clothes. These fact*, whici ire known to everv housekeeper; readily cx plaui. why s«* manv women LOOK OLD -.wh.V vet y^mjo it: years, and physicians-and ■ hoauis y»f lieaith cannot.. draw attention toe. • .irou'd to the 'miurious;'effects' of the usual .vay of "washing with itsneccssarv« steam-and •iraM'n'i or boiHng to.gel the clothes pur tmi sweet hormnnicly litis trouble cart he 'ivoidedKeal'ding, boil:ng, and steam done tw v v.::h, -clothes nvule- sweet a...

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Moss Vale School of Arts. (To the Editor "Wollondilly Press.") [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 July 1906

Moss Vale School of Arts. (To the Editor- " Wollnndilly Pfrcss.") Sir,— How.:that there.ib soma stir m tho pubho* • mind in regard to our School of Arts, consequent • upon the annual.meeting, the time-fieomfito bo op portune to refer to two or. throe matter* that, whilst, having a special local upphcatioiji also touch gener ally unoo tho much larger question, of- citizenflhip. In brinqiug these masters forward, I hope it will not • be thought I am acting in any carping,' oc critical! spirit,, or because I am Huffrrin^ from 11 sore- bead"* as tho result of the recent ballot. I am quite aware' fenat my frequent insistence upon these pomta does' not run. on popular lines, and it did not surprise ma* —or griove me—in the least to find myself. (aB bo. frequently .happens^ tO'advoont©H,bl- useful:,but ^un-v: popular caused)- ".potted."' ;t am quite satisfied.tor : leave time to judge whether I have been justified 'in v ~ urging thcm, and l have no doubt whatever:as rto^ the result of the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 July 1906

HARRY MOSS, ; KB01STEKKD MEMBER TATTERSAll'S CLUB, MELB., Doubles and Straightout Prices on all undermen tioned Events. Matsooalsj UowbJesy SJerby and Ctap, Two Cups Doubles. V.R.C. Grand Nationals, Hurdle and Steeple, ^£20 to is, to ^£2000° to £5 Caulfield Grand Nationals, Hurdle, and Steeple, to is* to £1000 to £st Derby and Cup, from .£10 to is to ^1000 to £$ Two Cups, ^giooo. to 10s, ^1000 to 2os, ^"iooo to 4©sthree separate doubles in any amount From £iao to is^ Price Ust mow ready. Straight oust ESefctisag*' oan sali above evessts mow ready. Starfcassg Price on all Metropolitan Coiarsesqg Send Stamped Envelope for Eoply. All Wires must be Beply Paid.. "*=*=—? IVote Only .Address— Note Only Address,-™.1 HARRY MOSS, 292 lESrvxnsi vviclr-r.sti-oet, l^itei-o,y, Ari;cto.i*ia, SHIP BBL&HB E Is the only Treble-Refined CORN FLOUR made. . CORN FLOUR will go as far as three .. 4 Two Packets of SHIP BRAND Wf^m any other make. /COR Wholesome, Nutritious, and xy.^, eminently suited...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 July 1906

Important JU-iioocBient. Will the Public kindly note that is now under * u Hew Maaaagemea&t - . TAYLOR BROS/, Moss "Vale.

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No Baby in the House. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 July 1906

Bal>y in the KoaS.e. No baby in-tlie house, I know— 'Tis fiir too nice and clean ; No tops by careless fingers thrown Upon the floor are syon ; No (inger-marks are on the panes, No scratches on the chairs, . No \vo"den men set up in rows Or marahallrd on in pairs ; No little stockings to be darnel, All ragged at tho toes ; No pile of memling fo'be done, Madi) up of baby clothed; No little troubles to be.sooihiid, , No little hands to fold, No,grimy fingers to bo washed, No storie^to be told ; No tender kisses to be given, No uicknames—Love and Mouse, No merry frolics after tea, No baby in the honao.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 July 1906

Four Years Ago AND NOW I I ; Mrs. H. WELLS. (By a Special Jlcporler.} With a view to bringing: before th'o public a matter of considerable im-' portanco a reporter rapped at 114 (J lob croud. Globe, whero Airs. Hannah Wells residos, This lady appeared in rosponso, and upon the pressman'a mission being explained, &ho said :— "Certainly, Nothing would give mo more pleasure limn to relate the story of my great achievement of fouryearsi ago, especially oa it will bo so ser viceable to many in want of guid ance. You see, it was> after fruitlessly trying .several home temedio? that X Ww about Clements Tonic in the pa pi:js, and mado up ray mind to lind out what it was like for myself, as A wus very ill, and was willing to taka anything so long as 1 got better. My word, it was the beat tiling I could have done, bb many of my friends said, for ut that timo 1 was as weak niv:! miserable as any woman could bo, •and lind »ueh a sallow comploxio'h, too, that to look at tno you would ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 July 1906

--- Hh.l. Bros., Bowral—the leaders ,in fashion. Their stock of drapery, etc., keeps pa.ee with the seasons. I\ir Brniiuliial CoiirIh take ■ . \VooJ^(Jr«t Pc'iiporiuinl Cuto. In Gd. v , Wood®' Great .Peppermint CUro; For Ooughs and ODld3, oeve» fails.

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Football. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 July 1906

Football. ^ The^mttoh bGtw>on- 'BiiwriU'and-MitUrco^g was played on Saturday on tho Jtowral lWbaN-Aground, Jind.rosultcd in a wiu:for Mittagmig by tho'narrow margin of mx pointy to three. Tlicro was a fair at* tendance to witness tho-match,.find there was a so ^vero westerly wimlblownm. There wan no soore at the ooncltieion of the first lvnlf,'bufc4n the second half MUtugong wero tho.tlrsc to score; Webb Becurmg 4 try, and Cripps failing :to- convert; No.'further score was recorded on eitboV-side till noaring ilio oloio of tho gamo. whon ftitchio reecived a piss, and .with a good run scored near tlw posts; The kick for goal failed, and- immediately on the kick out, through a local player mullmg/Cupitt scored. . Tho kick failed, and the whistle sounded immediately after, leaving Mutagen'.* the.victori by six points to three. Mr. Burling, of .Sydnoy/reforeed, and gavo satisfaction. . .v. The match between NVildeV Meadow rii 1 Moss Vale, played nt Mo<s Vtilo ou SMunUv. di...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 July 1906

For Chiitlr«n's Hncking Coush a>S.WW:.;-■ ■■ Woo.U' Groat Peppermint Cure. Is C«l. Farm implements and, produce, at: rates, at Hill Bros., Bowral.

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Colonel Bell on Socialism. To the Editor "Wollondilly Press." [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 July 1906

Colonel Bell oii Socialisin. ' To the-Editor "Wollocdilly PreB8." .? Dear Sir,—Not one in the audienco on^-Tuesday night that did not enjoy and benefit .by Oalonel Boll'fl historical, . intellectual. and -eloquent dis course vbntlmnst a<?a.Socialist-take exception; to. his answer,, or rather failure to answer ruy.question, worded'sis folloAB' vi . u Nofcwith.-Undmg our bbftPted;^ not ft fnct.that ihere^.are thcusanda-~-nay\ miilioh£ —of man, wonum, and children.irt ev«ry countryin the world on- the verge of > starvation through- no> fault of their own, but simply because -they cannot got employment in order to purchase, fond,' where abundance exists? . In not the. Taco;pro:iucing--for profits (mamraon) instoad of for use ? vAnd do your not . think - we - will- evolve out : o^our-universal -intelligence' a ■hiuher sooiul staio/ when standing, armies will not bo m'od»dttn protect property st the cost of hnman life ? • Would .you call this State an Industrial Democracy...

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St. John's, Moss Vale. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 July 1906

St. John's, Moss Yale. A meeting was held in St. John's Hall, Moss Vale, on Tuesday last, to arrange for the first anniversary of.the:,Rector. A large committee was.appointed. with.Mes dames E H. Badgery and Paine as joint secretaries. The rector announced "that special services would he arranged for Sunday, Aug. 5tli. A social and concert -will be held in the Centennial.- Hall on Monday evening, August 6th. Messrs. J. Kent and E. ■ H. Badgery have been duly elected as; representatives of the Parish of LJenima cum Moss Vult', to the 14th Synod of the diocese of Syd ney. . .

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The Late Mrs. Austin. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 July 1906

The Late Mrs. Austin. The Eov. .T. 9. Austin writes iiB follows in lust Saturday's Methodist:—"Will you kindly nllowf mo space to "roturn the sincere thanks of myself-" and family, including Mrs. J. Ward, ot Bowrnl, to my" brcthvonin the ministry,and numorous other friends, "logtrthor with quarterly meetings and.various isooie-; ties, that have sent floral wreaths, letters, telegrams,' arid cards, as tokens of their lovo and sympathy} -iitf tho timaiol our great sorrrfw. Wo feel that in answer to the many prayors that, have ascoqded to God on our behalf, He lias wondorfullysustaiaed us and wo'pray that God's blessing may rest ^npon a! who have hoiped us to bear our cross. As it wouli fio almost impossible for us:to reply to all the oom muDicatiims received, will our friuilda 'plenr-o acoep ■ this publio aoknowledgemout of their kindness."

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