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CHAPTER III. I ENCOUNTER A STRANGE WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 28 July 1906

: CHAKEEB in. I Encounter a Strange Woman.' On tho day following wo landed at Circular Quay, and after duly installing o'uvsolvos at tho Grand Central'Hotel, made inquirios con cerning tho whoroabouts of those doar to.us, ' Going ^o tlio"manager's offioo at thy'Princesfc Royal Thoatro •w.o. \yero' aw-ardo.^-• vrith-ipttpis. from -' Dorotliy' mid Ireno. ■ Our ! 'disap-' poirifcmont was considerable at find ing that wo wore not to see th,o. ■ladios for some days:Nit Joas.t, and .tliat our best plan, if wo wished to a: oi'ioe' j oin • thorn; ,• "woiftd bo to cross over to Now Zoaiand. Irone Gor riek and hor, company (of wliioh Dorothy was still "u "inenibnr) had complotod a highly suocossful sea- . .son in ^ Sydnoy—ono of tho most Tlioy had thoiv procoe'ded to • Molbourno and Launcoston. From what the managor told us; tho company was pxpoetod to loavo Hobart that day 'for Auokland, and wore probably already on thoir journoy across the Tasman Soa.' Evidently our plan was to- travel for....

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"Under the Palms." [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 28 July 1906

"Under the Palms." The sacred cantata •' Under the Palm* " {G. P. Boot) was rendered with much huqcc»8 by the choir of tho Bowrtil Uutho.Jist Church in tbe School Hall on Wednesday evening last, bcforo ft largo and ap preciative audience. Tho cantata was illustratWo of tho Jewish Feaat of Tabernacles, and tho «tuga dec orations and general effect were in keeping with tho gonerai idea of tho pieoe. A couplo of tents wore in evidence, as well as pines and palms, etc., whilst the majority of tho vocalists appeared in rcpreaenta* tions of tbe old-timo eastern oostumes, the effect be ing a vory pleasing ono. The ringers were aidoi in the rendering of the beautiful tnusio by the church orchestra, and tho cantata from a musioul point ot viow is regarded ag a treat by all who attended. Tho piece was rendered under tho capable direction of Mr. Jos. Stokes, tho choirmaster, and Miss Gibbous performed the arduous duties of organist with every satisfaction. Tho soloists during the evening wore ...

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A GOOD WATCH FOR THE BEST BOY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 28 July 1906

\ COOP WATCH FPU THE BHST BUY. The Prinoipal of Rockdalo College, Sydney, offers a good serviceable watch for the best papef oil Arithmetic. it io an easy sum and all tlint is iiocessury is-that the boy MU.S'l1 do all the Work himself, and be under tho age of 1G years. Now all working must be shown, and please write out carefully the sum, and state plainly your address—this is to show that you can write properly as well as carefully do the sum. All the work to be addressed , t<? the Be v. 0. T. Forsoutt, Rockdale Gollegej' Sydney, who will accurately examine all the work, especially good writing and correct figures, and award the watch to the best Boy, who has .the correct answer. This is the sum, which must be" worked by Praotico: " What is the cost of 79 tons 19 cwt. and 105 lbs, of flour, at £28 16s. Cd. per ton?" • , All answers'to' bo sent before the 20th of July, so tlmt tlio name of t)i« best Boy, to whom tlio watch will be sent free, may be in tlio August is->i...

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Gun Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 28 July 1906

Guu Club. The annual meeting of tbo Osrrima District Gun Olub was held on Wednesday aftornoou last, ai Aland's Central Hotel, Moss Vale, tboro boing pre sent— Messrs. F. II. Throsby (chair), W. Wade, J. Boavan, H. T. Walk«r, E. Aland, J. Gregory, W. Goodfellow, and H. 0. Carter (lion. aec.). A very satisfactory balanca-sbeet was submitted by the searetaiy, allowing that tho club waa in a splendid financial condition* Tim aoiu&l revenue amounted to £218 2s 0J, while the expenditure tot alled £225 15d 2j. The club commenced the yoar with a credit of £33 'is, and finished up with the sum of £59 it* 7d. Mo3drs. Walker and Aland congratulated the sou rotary on the satisfactory credit balance. On the motion of M^srs Aland and Gregory the report was adopted. Mr. 1'. H. Throsby v?as oleotsd a member of the olub. The following ofiice-boarori* were electedPat ron, Mr J A Badgery ; president, Mr Fitz UilJ ; vice presidents, Messrs l? U Throaby and H O Carter ; hon. secretary and treasu...

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

Shenrin^ AlaeIllnc V^f ■esgpfeiifi Vm - V-T^rrr?—■—_. Ea: ".Wished 173 Yearo. " QfiSSY" THIS "DAISY" Machines sell easily because Woolgrowers know that they are Rapid and Reliable, . Wis Supply— Duplicates, and Combs and Cutters to fit the " WOLSELEY " Machine, also the " Wolseley Type" handpiece of our Manufacture. SHEEP-SHEAR3NG MACHINE. . ,st t3io "VS7"oi-lcl oan 3?i-ociuoo. All Up-to-date Woolgrowers have the " DAISY installed in their sheds. BOM SHEEP-SHEARING MINE 00., 0 ^amnion SSi'(3efl? S^elne^. Victorian Branch— "The Olclcrflcct," COLLINS OTREET, MELBOURNE. xxxxxxxxxxxxxkxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX yv LITTLE BOYSVOVERCOATS, 8/6,10/6,12/6. LITTLE BOYS'.OVERCOATb.FurGollar, very AA Smart, 115/0 and 20/?. XX HONEST PRICES. GOOD MATERIALS, and v v COURTEOUS TREATMENT are our THREE A.X - GRAND BUSINESS PRINCIPLES. § HORBERN BROTHERS XX Federal Clothieri, XX, ——203,-205,207, 209,211 XX PITT STREET, SYDNEY. XX WoDolivor...

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

S'ootbitll Champions. u Wo usa nothing but Criamborlaiti'.H Pain fta'ra as ix rub down Ifnirncmt while tniiniiiR or uflor a giujia," write* Iho soorotury of tho Kajflubawk Foot. b'»ll Club, Eaglelvawk (Vio.). u Wo have fotm.l it to possess tho powor to promptly rolioiM (drain* atid aprmus, an«l t<> quiokly hoal all abrasion*. Wo partly attribute our micooui to Chauiborlaiu'ti Pain Balm, for by using it frooly wo are always in oondi* Hon ; no poremn* or Htifncas." Fur traio by J). Mof£&u» CUwudt, Dowcul.

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Published by Special Arrangement. When the... Wicked Rise. A Thrilling Story of Love, Intrigue and Adventure. [COPYRIGHT.] BOOK III. CHAPTER I—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 28 July 1906

Poblishcd b y . ,S paclul A t r angomeint. A Thrilling" Story of Love, Intrigue and Adventure, -By Frederic (fliddouison. [COPYRIGHT.] BOOK III. CHAPTER I—(Continued.) He scoicd heavily when he pointed out that at_ the time of Dudley's escape from his prison a message had been sent to Scotland Yard by Jaeomb that the suspected man was in the locality. Did not that prove absolutely that Jaeomb was the man who had held him pri sonei ? - Of courFo it did. Then agaiji, why was Jaeomb not prosont in court to rofuto the ohargos mado against him ? Why did tho polico not produco him ? Tho prosecution know that tho dofonco wore alloging tho crimo against him. His wife chargod him witli that tho day of Groy's airost. His sudden disap. poaranco was proof of hi j Of all that followed in soquonco, it may bo summarisod in a nutsholl. intonsd oxeitomont prevailod. Tho judgo gave a longthy summing-up, and tho crux of it was rioithor for nor against tho accused. Ho loft tho matter ontiroly to tho ju...

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Burrawang School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 28 July 1906

Burrawang School of Arts. Tho annual mooting of tho above whb bold on Saturday night last, the ohair being oacupied by tho president (Mr. R. Smith). Tho annual report and balance-shunt wore adopted on the motion of tho chairman and Mr. J. Lacko?. Tho report showed that tho membership stood at 38, there having been six resignations and aix new mem* bera dating tho year. Tho books insuod lo members totalled 700, an comparod with 1100 the provioua year* Tho financial statement showed that £7 17-ild hid been expended on the promise* during theyoar; £9 8i lid was spent on books, and £1 (m on paper*. Tho total receipts amounted to £oij 1 *Jh 3d, and tho pxpmidiiure £28 3s 8d, leaving a balance of £27 8-» 7d. A. statement re tho building account was that whon last year's subsidy had boon received the building would be out of debt. Tho following offico-bearera wero eleotod Preai» denl, Mr. E. Smith ; vice-proaidonts, Messrs. L. A. Kershaw and W. Burton ; treasurer, Mr. S. Hayter; hon. secre...

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Golf. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 28 July 1906

Golf. The return rantch againa: camion i* to bo played on the Bowral liuka to-morrow (Saturday). The visitors will be entertained at limclieon and after noon tea. The te&tno are Canitton : Messrs. FT. : Merowuther, S. Moore, A. B. Mooro, I1. Grossing, 1 W. R» Cowpor, Dr. %Yest, A. J, M. Onflow, W. Wounes, K. Merewothor, and F. A. M. Onslow. I Buwrnl: Meaara. C. \V. Marsden, S. R. Innes«Noad, I Gavin Georgo.Harley Hii«on, Dr. A. S. Yallack, Dr. ,R. Ornwford, W. E. Oarr-Boyd, A. Lloyd, D. I Cowper, C. Haistead. |

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Bowral Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 28 July 1906

Bowral Municipal Council. The regular fortnightly meeting was held on Thursday evening Present: Aid. Oxley (Mayor), Jones, Stokes, Savell, Yallaek, Mackenzie, ami Throsby. Tho,Mayor said he had pleasure in. welcoming Aid. Stokes buck to the council. AM. St ikes had previously sat at tho tabic, an i had therefore ha l experience in municipal mutton, which would prove of value to the ratepayer*.—Aid. Mackenzio and Jones also extended a welcome t> AH. Stok?tf, who briefly acknowledged tho c.m, ratulutious. The minutes of previous meeting ware than read and signed. THE MAYOR'S POSITION QUESTIONED. Aid. Stokes; May I at this juncture, Mr. Miyor, ask a qnostian ? Tho Mayor: Yea. Aid. Stokes: I nolico that you have jnit signed the minutes; have yoa dono no as Mayor ? The Mayor replied that lie had. AM. Stokua said he (juostioned tho Mtyor'a legal right to do bo. The Mayor stnted thai his position had not boen questioned, and if Aid. 8tok':9 bad any objection, to state it. Aid. Stokes sa...

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Moss Vale Police Court. Wednesday, July 25. Before Messrs Maitland, P.M., and E. Hewison, J. P. ALLEGED ASSAULT AND ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 28 July 1906

Moss Yale Police Court. Wednesday, Juiy 25. Be/ore Messrs U litlunJ, P.M., nnd E. Howison, J. P. AIJ.F/iKD ASSAULT AND UOlillERY. PatKc Noonrm was charged with ansaulting and robbing James Francis Co\dy on the Sutton Forest road on the 12'.h instant. Senior-Sergt. Thomdyko appeared to proBeaule, and the accuse 1 was defended by Mr. B. Fl. Paine. Von*t. Hums was the flrot witno-ja called. Ho stated that on the night of tho 12th mat. ho found Ooady on the polioo oitice verandah, and in conse quence of what he told him he went to Sutton For* est with the Sanior-Sorgaant, where they searched tho houao that Noonan and Coady had been living in, bat accused war not there, and his awog was gone alBO. Returning to Mo« Valo they rang Up tho night officer at Exeter, and from something they heard witness procoeded to i3xeter by trie mail train aad arrested tho acauscd a* ho was boarding the train. Charged wit!) robbing and inflicting griovou3 bodily harm upon Ooady, aoctisad remarked that hn di...

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A Cold Snap. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 28 July 1906

A Cold Snap. The last three morning have provi led the dis trict with a cold snap, tlu> frosts being tho sovcresc known for uotae lime. The temperature for tho mornings of WeJueariay, Thursday and Friday respectively wore: M.»h* Vale 22, 21, and 20 pointd ; Bosvrul 1?5, 25, and 2*2 points.

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

Tenders for Road Work. Tenders were opened at the Boads Oflieo, Moss /ale, on Thuraduy, for the following road works, the owest being ;— Great Southern ttoad. John Goodfellow, £-12 10j. Bowral to 13efrima, John Goodfellow, £48 12a Moss Vale to Macquario Pass, Ralston and Monk, E92 9d 6d. Moss Vale to Little Forest, John Hayes, £22 10a. Moss Vale to Barrcnjjarry, F. Faulkes, a112 153. Miitagong and 13endooIey Hill, Samuel Chester ton, £40.

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Football. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 28 July 1906

Football. The second round of the competition will be brought to a close to-day, when the following matches will be played:—-Bowral v. Robertson at Bowral, Moss Vale v. Mittagong at Moss Vale ; Wilde's Meadow a bye. The following team will represent Bowral in their match with Robertson:—F. Hopson, W. Ritchie, R. Blacker, S. Turner, R. Hopson, J. Huggctt, E. McKay, 13. Fitzgerald, D. Hopson, P. nines, W. PerkinR, H. lSllsmorc, G. Ituthven, H. Cutting, P. Den mead ; emergenciee, B. Smith, C. Carey, V. Keith, J. Hill. The following players will represent Mittagong in their match with Moan Vain :—A. Murray, J. Nia* hollp, Webb, H. Carter, Moodie, H. NicholK W. CrippH, E. McRac, R. Troy, Ii. White, Dowling, Collins, Spears, Ji. Waters, Wilson,

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

When bronchial tubes of fell catarrh Give no uncertain hint, The best of cures both near and far le Woods' Great Pepporraint. Tho truth ia great and will prevail— His blensinaB will endure— These are tho virtue* that wo hail la Woods' Great Peppermint Cure* JOHN BEAVAN OPPOSITE HILL BROS,, BOWRAL, NEWSAGENT, TOBACCONIST, <So., &o. HAIKDRESSING SALOON. THE LAST DAYS OF THE CYCLORAMA. C!£NE of tho institutions of Sydney, tho Cyclor amn, is about to pasa away for over. This remark able exhibition, which has drawn within its huge walls, over fifteen hundred thounand people during its 18 years existence, will within a few weeks be a thing of tho past. It is the only one in "Australia, and there is not likely to be another. Whon in the Oity you should givo it a last fond look. THE London Directory, (JjJONTAINING over 2000 pages of condensed commercial matter, enables enterprising traders throughout the Empire to keop in close touch with the trade o£ the Motherland. Besi...

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CHAPTER II. "SUNNY NEW SOUTH WALES." [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 28 July 1906

CHAPTER II.. I u Sunny Niaw South Wales.!' Tno -night was a peorloss 011c. Evory minuto the'great light from the lighthouse on South Head was bocoming moro and more distinct, as tlio big ocean liner poundod its way on towards tho narrow 011 - fcranco to Port Jackson. TJio ovo t ing was pleasantly warm-, and under tho canopy of stars and tlio co:i gonial thought that our joujvioy was drawing to a close, wo felt inclined to chat. A delightful broozo fannod our choeks, and Dudley Groy and I, as wo lollod back in our deck chairs, and gazod up at tlic starlit sky ovorhoad, broke into conver sation. But first lot ino toll why wo wore sailing in Australian.waters. After Dudley's arrest, Dorothy had do cidocl to leave'.the stage, and had sent in hor resignation., Tliqu Dud-, ley was committed for trial, but his | caso was not sot down foi hearing I until a dato two months' distant. | Tho' reason for this, I-think, .was \ that tho polico authorities 'wanted time to work up thoir caso. Iroiio...

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

r M. Be Lissa & Co. Ltd, ——.0 K&$0?\ FURBISH THROUGHOUT . Sf'SSp*. Private Residences, Hotels, Restaurants, Boarding Houses, Offices, &c. Contraota for Cash or Easy Terms, JgggS 686 & 558 8E0RSE STRHET> SYCBEY, Opposite St. Andrew's Cathedral. , ^ " |] LAUNDRY SOAP When you have proved the value of Sunlight Soap you will be equally satisfied if you try Monkey Brand for scouring metal, woodwork and kitciion sinks. We sell at the lowest possible price all lories of Mining, ■, Dredging, Dairying, and Farming; Oils and Grease. 1 ' " la Macquarls Place, SYDNEY. Correspondence loYited. W» Gluyas, Af anas st. ROCIJDALEa£OLLEGE svoatv. r-iigS Wmm ...*r Hi smmm ■REYfCJFDRSCiniBAl Principal. A HIGH-CLASS BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS. em^rJS'-n. wfv-A?2:j:-?. .,.,v*swr THE ROwKDALl2 COLLEGE 1* charmingly situatuJ In it<j own park«Hke nronnds of Ifl ncrcs, nn the ut Ku<:k<jnl«, ttydnuy, overlooking L11W RoUin>on's B*aeb, SanB-So...

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THE LADY ANGLER. COST OF OUTFIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 28 July 1906

^ the i^dy angler'. : ! . COST Or* OUTFIT. : ' - .'.''Lady-anglers are largely, ion .1 the <ln •; creasfe.'thfs -year, -and numbers . of" thean v are;,already in : the; country in enthu siastic quest "Of salmon .and-trout.'. ^• •In-some of.-its"formsangling'is a most. • expensive sport, but> expense isv no'hin drance to the ladles who have'be*eri'fas cinated by: its' charms. "Wo* hft-Ve^many1-' oxpert^ lady - anglers': among our.' cruSto . >mcrs,v, said • a "representative • of V.Mefesrtf' ; Hardy Brothers, the rod makers, oflHill Mali Fishing'is an* expensive-luxury: In the flisl placc the Ashing waters have to'be paid'fori "You may: pay; from L3 ti day s.to L300>for.the seasonj" said an expert: yesterdays -"The price depends upon the ' qu^ity['of | the fishftig."/'-' . • ; ;^?1 Then-' thereis .-Uie\personar equipment of the' ladies. "Burberry's," the well known firm ~ in the Haymarket, • state -.•that they are providing special "fishing outfits" for ladles. A l...

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WRIT SARCASTIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 28 July 1906

WRIT SARCASTIC.-- ' 7 A postmaster In. a small country. towu>: re cently .exercised bis Ingenuity, ar.d found1 vent for his humor-at tho same time, by posting up; n now'set of rules In his ofllce. : .Tbey. were:—Ink bottles may bo corked when sent ; by post/' It Is unsafe ta post npplo or fruit trees with the fruit on them. ...As all post-.:. masters are expert linguists,the ^ddrcssesima'y . •be written In Chinese or Hebrew.' Persons; aro not compelled to lick their own postage stamps and envelopes; the postmaster; will do this for. them. . Persons are enrneslly- requested not" to scud posl-rardc with money-orders at tached,, lis large sums aro- lo&t . ln -lhat' wny. It is particularly requested that lovers writ ing to each other will please confino . their; gushing rhapsodies to tho Inside of the enve lope. Nltro-glycerlne must. bo. forwarded at the risk.of.the seudor. ; If It should blow up In the*'postmaster's, hand, ho cannot bo held responsible. When watches aro sent...

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WIT AND HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 28 July 1906

WIT AND HUMOR. A newspaper' which states that snails-are making their way as an article of; food, adds, with an air' of originality, that "their progress is1 Blow.'* Landlady: ..Where's the. butter? Slavoy:_ Please,- roum|'*babyMell in-lt; and'-'as' soon as cook scrapes It orf the little darlln' I'll bring it'in to the table. JPirst Chum: When I was away for my hpli d4y'I stopped -at the best hot^l.' Second'Churn: Rather costly, wasn't it? First Chum: No; I only stopped to admire it. The University :of Chicago *has decided : to establish a depot for tho study of the langu age of monke>r3. Professors disguised as waiters will attend nil the local freak dinners. j .Bertlo: Ilulloa, Mary! I've Just been riding at the rate of H miles an hour. Mary: Oh, Master Bertie, how could you say such a thing. You've only been out twenty minutes. Miss Maud Jeffries denies, through her soli citors, that she has authorised the .manufac- ; ttiro. of marble reproductions of herself as ; tombstone ra...

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