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

MUNICIPAL SALEYARDS, MOSS YALE. FRIDAY NEXT, 27Hi JULY, AT 1.30 P.M. 200 HEAD 200. J, H. BEALE-is;. •>yS/"fr,T. sell by auction os above, when he- will offer tho following, viz.:—. so© Mead Mixed Cattle.; Auction Sale. WedsaesdayNext, July 25 . . AT 1.30 P.M. SHARP. H. RICHARDSON^ K-a'AS been instructed by MRS. MANNS (who is leaving tho district owing to ill-heal<h) lo sell ni her residenca, "Laurel House," opposite Post Office-, MoBsValo, tho wholo of her HOUSEHOLD PUR l^IT.U.E® AND "EFFECTS. including— Brillittnt toned Hapsbnrg PiaiW,'-'Leather-SUit'ci" Linoleums and Carpets, Pier Glass,.Singlo Wardrobe {plate glass f(ont), Double. and, jingle Bedsteads, Spring Mattresses-'aiid Bedding,- ' Wasbf-UudH and Toilet Ware, Toilet Glosses, Tables, Choets of Drawers; Duchess Chests; Auntrian..Chairs)/rX!jning and Kitchen Tables, Safes, ,:Kitchep/;pien4!B;W^ Laundry. XiequisitqgPony,'Sulky.; au'd "Harness"j' Purebred. Silver Wyandottes and Buff Orpington, Powls. 'r. This is a...

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Robertson School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 July 1906

Robertson School of Arts. ' On Wednesday evening last the annual meeting of the above, was held in the read ing room,.there being- present i—Messrs. R. G. Ferguson (President), W. R. Hind marsh, R. Hall, W. B. Keeble, J. Curtis, H. Litchfield, H. Carrick, S. Hall, T. E.'j Bursill, J. Humphries, P. Lee, J. Fair-1 bairn, W. J. Wilson, R. Ross, L. Wilson, J. ,;Vandenbergh, and C. E. King (hon. sec.). The minutes of the previous an nual meeting were read and adopted. - The annual report was then read by the secretary, and was as. follows '—" Your committee beg to submit their annual re port and balance-sheet for the year end ing June 30th, 1906. During the year several necessary improvements have been carried ont. The floor of the hall anil ail the chairs have been repaired and put infa'tborouyh good order ; ' a ventila tor has'been put into the reading room/ The reading room has been supplied with the leading daily papers and some of the weekly illustrated journals and periodical's. Fo...

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

Mot Inherited. : .Only a small percentage of the millions that have. Consumption inherited-it. In nearly every instance it; was a neglected cough or col<l that developed weuk lungs, and Consumption followed. If Chamb erlain's Cough jRomody is taken right at tho begin ning, it checka the cough, soothes and heals the lunge, aud assists nature to throw off the disease. Cbaiuberlain'aJJough Remedy always cures. For sale by D. Morgan Chemist, Bowral. "^7§7" ANTED, Young Gitl to train House and Parlour Maid. MRS. LYNE VIVIAN. Messrs. Hill Bros., Bowral. J vy^/'ANTED, good Cornet Player and Violinist for dances. Apply ••Balmain," Shephoid-streefc, Bowral. ■ . TP'OR SALE. 1 good Spring Cart and 1 .light double*&eated Buggy. Must sell to make room for otber vehicles that are arriving. J. W. NORMAN, 'The People's Butcher, -Bowral. 3E-OR; SALE, -Cheap. two Comfortable Homos near Moss Vale, with liiaores of laml, well watered. Apply, G. F. LYNCH, Auctioneer, Moss Vftlo. JE^Ol...

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

| <" 'Hetliodist Clmrcli. | Tha quarterly^meeting of tho Bowral circuit of the 'Motbodiat Churcb wRS held on Wednesday last at ithe'MUtagWg'church. Tho Rev. J, W. Holden (preaitied.'-'and there wcro representatives present from' iBowral, Milt&gong, and Moss Vale, The work.done ;at ihe.variouB centres was reviewed. The reports of jwork in Qonnecfcioo with tho • churobes, • Sunday :8ohool6, and christian endeavor societies wore very ionoouragihg. Progress was reported in all depart-' .monti of the circuit's-work and life. . The colleo* - lions auid offerings for tlva oiroait fund for the three I months were £113. The church membership of the 'circuit numbere(l208, which, after filling up Beyeral removals, was an increase of six on the previous quarter.: The circuit officers expressed gratitude and appreciation at the progress made. Dr. and Mrs. Middleton afterwards entertained, the-members of the quarterly mooting at tea. . -

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The Monarch of the Snows. BY A BANKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 July 1906

.Tlic Monarch of the Snows. IJv a Bankkr. Amongst the " most beautiful nndtlie most picturesque of -all those <1 c*lit(htTn 1 mountain roads which so abound in thiit nature-adorned land, Switzerland, per haps the raid leadinu to llie foot of Mont Blanc takes the first phice-. Climtijns up to tile banquette of the; diligence— now supplanted by a railway— the long whip of the driver soon urges the double team into a gallop, and we are soon revelling in the beauties of some of nature's fairest scenes. • At ~first the road threads its way amongst forests 'of stately pines which rear their lofty heads high in air ; gay wild flowers in luxuriant profusion gem ming the roadsides in 'many-lined par terres, and perfuming the atmosphere with their fragrant aroma ; while beneath, a mountain torrent purls and plashes on its winding.course amidst rocky spurs and great boulders and crags. The road now become more precipitous and apparently perilous ; we have climbed far above the surgi...

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

C. H, Hahleml, ARCHITECT, *' WKIilllNflTOS," TUJlili A l)0i>. ' ■■JJr. 1L Cratcfortl, SURGEON DENTIST, TO UTJg JIA L [.,110 H'K.-LL. Nitrous Oxide Ons A lininistercrt, . Offifje Hour*, 0 n.m. to 5 p.m. • eaas. s. o. Gibsons, TRACHRR OF ; MUSIC SINGING, ELOCUTION, ANB DANCING. ■VISITS HOWKAf. I)A[|.Y. TI3RMS ON AI'l'UGATlOM. A» ■iucs.-) —BUltRADOO. GEO. E. VINCENT, A. StUS, T,G,L." PROFESSOR OF MUSIC,, IlOWUAIi AND MITTAROXd. PIANOFORTE, HARMONY, COMPOSITION, Eto. TliRMS ON AL'PLJCATiO*. J Teacher of Vioiin. 1183 A. 'BENNETT, ■' j Teacher of Pianoforte, DURItADGO 8TKEI5T, . QOWRAL Terms on application; DR. H. LESGHTON MB, {OisNrrxsT, A.Sti*eet,]\J<»s«i Vule I Miiy be consulted nt ... Morgan's Pharmacy Every Monday Forenoon and Friday Afternoon. David W. Moffat MONUMENTAL MASON, AllGYLi: STREET, MOSS KdL.E. ; (NEXT FIRE STATION).' E-.Ttir.VTE3: FOlt HeADSTONBS IN GRANITE, I Marble, ani> Fki£u>wne. LATEST DESIGNS ON APPLICATION. Best Woukmanship G uaiiantkkd. fWrs. ...

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

{P®SSBS3E5BBBS2S A SENSIBLE .STIMULANT/ .medicine adiiori anil is £?dSredS health ^ promoter is worthy of^all aaera's drsriKmg'f js> .&■ St i3 bracing, and Eias curative effecfi ilri -st Kidrifey, Bowel!, arid Ursriasv Affections. B BUY WHOLE | ''■>? BOTTLED v Tlie value of the "Wollondilly Press" as an advertising medium is fast increas ing, and advertisers, too, are realising its worth in this connection, as our business columns will show. Subscriptions, too are coming in rapidly from many who have in the past been strangers in this respect—a testimony to the value of our journal aa a di.sseminater of news. Hill Bios.,Bowrftl. for clothing. Your I33oney HEack. As JLffppom! recommendation to induce yon to try Chamberlain h CoiK'h.RGinedy, we Rutho'i*© ovory o?«om?tit or ntorekfrepor who.fwlls ifc to yrUHran'ee It will g5vo taiiyfaotion, o- refund the money. U;?dnr thiH guariiutefl you cannot nlFord to lieai'hte «hon,. ns any m -dical m\»ri will (ell you, you, are end-...

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

' Don't neglocfc your cough. Stop it at onco and drivo away all thought of consumption. Begin as early aa pos Blblo—tho sooner the bettor—to take. tho most effective remedy for coughs and colds of ovory kind luid In evary stage. Ono of tho most annoying oougbs $s a throat cougli, -svhero you havo that constant tick ling In your throat. It comes on worso at night, koopa you tvwako, and makes you huvo the smothered foolingM|^f in tho chest. Ayor's —£^$1 Cherry Pootoral quiets tho cough, makes breathing easy, and lieiils tho lungs. Tliero is no other romody 80 Buroly to bo roliod on. Tlioro aro many substitutes and imitations. Bo ware of them and of so-called "Genuine Cherry Pootoral." Bo sure you get AYER'S Cherry Pectoral. Put up in largo and small bottles. Prepared by Df. J. C.Ayrr& Co., Lowell, Mnsa.,U.S.A. mg FianoSc T&e Cheap est Fiasco we stocii is t'Jhe Bel lin^g— It's worth more tfoan we asSi for it, 3b u 4 we 'h vl y well (&l can sell clueaply. Thousan...

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

Draughts. A draughts match was played on Friday night last   at the residence of Mr. G. Harrigan, Kangaloon, between the Roberton Park and Kangaloon draughts players, and after some very exciting games resulted in a tie. At the conclusion of the match light re freshments were partaken of and much enjoyed, and which terminated a very enjoyable evening. The following are tho pcoree 'ItanstiTON. Park. I{\soAr,ooM. J. ATcflao .. ..1 y T. HolTucnan ;... 3 J>. Ma iden .. . 1 v 8. Cnpitfc ., 3 ft. McRao •! < v■•■13. Noblo.. .. 0 0. MuHaq ,« 2 v 0. lirooker '2 8 8

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 28 July 1906

' 'Money , ' As a ppenia) rccomnieu^atioh to induco you lo try ■C; amherlain's Goiijjh Homely,.we autho'-iffe .ovory' c^om'dt OL' Ktorokeepuc who s'tills it. toVgunriVn'oe 'it, will givo satisfaction, or rafnnd the inoiioy..; XTiider this giiar»nte<* you jsaDoot fifFurd to hc3i»fitb, when, as any medical ranu will tejl you, you aro'end^ngor ing your 11f«v' by natjoling a cough or cold, "Ch uri; berlainVCough Tiemody not raeroly relieves, but •onros. I( in pleusuiYt'lo t«ke,'ahd ii frro front all ' •'pomus/ Sol iamVgui tan teed byD. Mbgah^Ohem-' '.1st,.Buwral. / /. •

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Advertising the Commonwealth. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 28 July 1906

Advertising tlie Common* The leaden of our times nro at iaefc wak ing up to the importation of advertising tho unlimited possibilities of tho Commomvaalth throughout the world. Tho latest- sugges tion (and irrouv opinion one of the hest); is to nivite editors of newspapers in the United' Kingdom to visit Australia as Ilia guests of the State,.ostensiYoly with Hig hops (hat on their return they will tall, through tho powerful agencies at, their command, all that they have seen and heard of the wondors of ihiB continent. Dr. Arthur, spoil king: on tho ^nbjp.ol, tiiiujta. t!iat, :iu .'addition to the' Unili'd Kiugioili, tho imitation of tho .Government should be extended so ar'to iii aludu certain editors from Oontiiiamal''Eu rope. "It would lio pxutodinglj rib jvi bp ^ for ■jis to ignore the faet^hat,. thousands of* the .very-sbest .of the' agncuj l.u tal'clasa^m'e sIojiv mg the North of ISurOpe cvory f^kr,.!or''ithe Uuited-Statea,'Canada, and the, Argentine. There are all ovor Europe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 28 July 1906

Purs blood .makes...the. skin clear, smooth, healthy. .Impure bloodf blotchca tho akin, with : pimples/, aoreo,. boilo, eczema, eruptiona..;; ;-Mr. G. W. ;Burfcneiy Koezletown, Va., tolls - of tho bad condition ho was in, uud how bo was eurcdby ".Shortly, after leaviu/y college, I was - troubled with a clciu disease which r»howed 'itaolf 'flrsfi dt tho/anl:les. rhysioian3 pro-;* nounoedit qczouia, and treated rne. for that ■ h8P\„ complaint Tho eruption .creptvBlowly. tip xuy limbs, and on tho body,, until it euvei opod tho whole frame. It gave.mo.iuilnito 7 trouble, with conataut itching, chsfing ofp of dry scalos, and a "watery, liquid which would exndo from under the scales. I treated It for over tlirco yenrs unsuccessfully! and w*s .-unable fo chcclc it until I began using Aycr's. barsaparilla. I used thron iiottloa of this medjrtino, and was completely cured—my 'Akin becoming as- smooth and clear as bcrovo." Ther8 are many imitation , Sarsaparillas. Be sure you get "AVER'S." Pr...

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"TRUST NO ONE." NOT EVEN THY BROTHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 28 July 1906

- - "TRUST NO : ONE." NOT -EVEN THY/ BROTHER. " " I There are some caustic reflections upori; human nature in the'articie by Sir Henry: Smllli, 'exrCommissioner of the City of London Police, in "Blackwood" for May. " 'Trust no one' Is the advice I grot updrt enteringrthe :City.-;of London/.' he: writes: i ".'Trust no.one'. is: the-advice I would' give? upon leaving. ladvic6' of. a manVwhose' convictippsjj^fe. i forced;, on him by. a, melancliolyue^pcrienoe- of many years." . „ One of Sir Henry Smith's btiangext re < velations^all -the actorss of it being now dead—concerns a squire of.-pld deseenY-^ a bachelor. Among the maid servants £T:in 'hiS/ho^ "Attractions. One day she iccelved' a • flattering f- letter : from - .sLondon, - and showed IV to. the. housiikeepfer, who laid it before1 the squire. llesolvingr to- track and prosecute; the1 unknown- writer, the squire sent the let ter to the police. Their investigations: . proved .that the. writer was the squire's brother—f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 28 July 1906

ARCHITECT, ' WWIIIIXOTON," iiliiiUADOO. l)r. II, Crawford, SURGEON DENTIST, TOWN IIALL, HOW HAL. Nitrous Oxide Gnu Administered, Oflice Hour?, 0 u.nj/to u jmiv HR8..S. G. G1SB0NS, TEACHER OF • fffffSIC SINGING, ELOCUTION, AND DANCING. VISITS B0W15AL DAILl'. TERMS ON APPLICATION'^ . ^dbbos—BURRADOO. 7 GEO. E. VINCENT, A. MUS. T.O.L.. J?EOFESSOit OF MTJSie, IJOWIIALTlND MirTAUONCl. PIANOFORTE, HARtVJOfjY, 'COMPOSITION,' E'io. , TERMS ON APPLICATION. »8. A. BESMEYT, Teachqivof Violin. B11SS aTbEHNETT, Teacher of Pianoforte, liUliltADOO STllEIW. BO'A'RAL, • Terms on Application. DR. H. LEICHTON JOUES. 'Jr»cx'i'n;sr3\ J'le Sfcl • GO t, IVI« > S> .S ~Vr SillO May be consulted at-. . . Morgan's Pharmacy Evsry Monday Forenoon and Friday Aftorncon." 'JDavid W, 4;- ".^monumental' mason, * A'- V sTi ' J" JlRGYLE STREET,, , . ' MOSS l'4Lli\ (NEXT FIRE STATION). JknauyiESiron Headstones iM. GhA.NinE, TJaIUILK, AX1) VlUiF.-TONC. LATEST-DESIGNS ON APPLICATION. . Best. Workmaxsiup. Guaiiantki...

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LADIES' BRIDGE PARTIES. PUBLIC PROSECUTOR DECLARES THEM CRIMINAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 28 July 1906

LADIES' BRIDGE- PARTIES. PUBLIC PROSECUTOR DECLARES THEM CRIMINAL, • ' ■ ■ Prom New York on 6th April the cor- : respondent of the London' "Daily Mail" wrote:— The anti-bridge crusade in Georgia' shows indications of spreading. The Public Prosecutor of Cleveland,- ■ Mr.. Mah&n, referring to the action'initiated1 in - Dal ton, where a jury is deciding whether bridge^is illegal, declared: "Bucket shops and bridge parties are both gambling-institutions, and we have equa4 legal authority to return* criminal Indictments against society women "who" play'bridge for money as we have to-in dict .gaming-house keepers." The objection urged asains^tluf prose-. cution is that there is no demand for such' an action. Mr Mahon replies .-that"1 polite gambling-is winked at because of the fear of the.awful revelations^investi gation would produce. T-Ie recommended the matter to the consideration of public opinion, The Georgia jury, has: not yet finished its deliberations, whicli are being an ...

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A Short Cut to Knowledge. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 28 July 1906

A Short Cut to Knowledge. It ia reported thfit;there i'a no royal voad to learning ; but there tire certainly short cuts to knowledge, and our.'impression.- of Tir.Fitiiheit's magazine, "Life," the July issue of .which is just to. hand, is that it affords tho bii3y man the shortest routo to a verv fine all-round knowledge of current aftrtii-9. Dr. Fitehetl himself puts his ratdcr au fait with tho ■ politics of the world in general and Australasia - in particular. He givea-^to mention but a single; exntuplo—a column surarqary of tho.financial positioniof the States, the Commonwealth", and New. Zealand, that every person : under the Southern Crops zlionlcl rand; and bo proud of, so completo.ii reply is it to . the. party! which habitually ' decries Australia. Dr. Fitchott also continues I lie second ofn ocries' of studies of lliG Muliuy citios of India;; and: tells tho tragic story of Oawuporo in similar terms to those which made his "DeodsThat Won the .Empire" famous throughout the J...

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THE WIDE WORLD. THE HOUGH-KEELED SNAKE. A ZOO NOVELTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 28 July 1906

THE WIDE WORLD. THE HOUGH-KEELED SNAKE. A ZOO NOVELTY. Recent arrivals at the London "Zoo" Reptile House include some examples of the rough-keek-d snake (Dasypeltis icabra) of South Africa. This is quite a 8mall species of no very striking appear- = ancey but its habits are remarkable. When full grown It measures not more than two feet in length, and is no thicker than a man's thumb. Yet it can swallow a pigeon's egg without much effort, and it has even been stated that it can man age a-hen's egg. It has no teeth in front of either jaw, but this deficiency is sup plied by a series of tooth-like processes, which are, in fact, the spines of the ver tebras projecting in the gullet, it has the power of distending:;!its laws to- ah enor mous extent, which enables it to seize an egg out of all proportion to its size. By means of the •throat-teeth" it crushes the shell. which. the* contents- of the-eggM having'' • Itieen": swallowed, is disgorged in the form of a pellets Its' scales- are''...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 28 July 1906

IN MEMOMAM* WHITE.—In sad but loving memory of my dear little son and our brother, Sidney James, who died at Bowral 30th July, 1901.—Inserted by hia loving mother, sisters and brothers. Ho has gone like a flower cut down in its bloom, From the sunshine of life to the shade of the tomb ; But death cannot never the change of our love, Nor steal the fond hope we shall meet him above. WLUTE.—In sad but loving memory of our dear little brother Sidney, who died at Bowral 30th July, 1901.—Inserted by his loving sister and brother-in-law, Alico and George Hownrth. Angel-brother, thou has left us, Left a world of paiu and caro, Gone to Heaven to be an angel, And a orown of glory wear. Darling 1 mild and gentle, Pure and lovely as tho flowers 1 Thou from earth bast early fadrd, But to bloom in Eden's bowers.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 28 July 1906

Death of Mr. Jacofo Horton. We regret having to announce tlio death, at Mobs Vale yeoterday (Friday), of Mr. Jaoob Horton, a res' denc of I3owral for aorno '10 years. The deceased, who was 11 yearo of age, had beau staying lov abou* a year with Mr. W. Varouo, an old flhipmato ol his^. ai M Jan Valt!, wlier>r his friends did all in their power to m »ke eaay bin declining days. But the weight of yearn gradually told upon bim, and during the past monihs he had grown noticeably weaker. Yesiei day his friends ma^e the painful discovery that ha hud passed away whilst in bod. The late M'* H» r ton wan born in Fruine, England, but came to Ai.b* tralia in early life. He wae for many years an n ap^ctor on the railway, and resided at Menanj-lo-. When the lino was brought through Bowral. became and irndc his home here, ntiil continuing iu the railway surviae. Hj retired into private life about 20 years ago. Ho took a keen interest in ehuruh affairs, and was for year* a trustee and ardent wo»...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 28 July 1906

Bridge School and Kinder-Garten Established 10 Teaks. ^CHOOIi RE-OPENS July IGth. The younger Pupils are taught by FROEBEL'S System, and oan onler at 3 years old. Terms in Advance, 15s a Quarter under 8, £1 Is oyer 8 years of age. Musio Lessons resumed July 9tb. Principal, MIS9 COLVIN-CLARK. W. W. ARNETT "BPSKGS to announco that be has coramnced busi ness at comer of Bong Bong and Wingccarribboo sts., ns SADDLE AMD HARNESS MAKER. Saddles n speciality. A Trial Solicited. SERVICES TO-MORROW. Church of England, 88. BIMON AMD JDDE, BOWBAt,. Services at 11 and 7. Holy Communion—1st Sunday in month &> 11am, 2nd at 8 a m, 3rd ut 7 p m, 4ih at 8 ft m, 5th at Ham. The Rector. ST. STEPHEN'S, UCTTAGONG. 1st Sunday in month—Mittagong U and 7.30 2nd Sunday—Mittagong 11 (n o.) & 7.30, OoloVale 3 3rd Sunday—MittaRong 11 & 7.30 (u.c.), Hill Top 3 4th Sunday—Mittagonpr 11 and 7.30, Jcllore 3 6th Sunday—M'gong 11 & 7.30, Children's Scrvlco 3 Bev. T. J. Heffernan...

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