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

HOSfeEXT FAK»3 '-An Exeter Stew.—For this recipe :It does- not 'matter how freshly killed tlio meat "Is, nor yet how coarse and' sinewy' a''piece 'falls to'-one's 'share. For'by soak |rific the meat'in vih'egar;'for"a few triin-: u tes'the fibres are softened'by- the action; of .the acid. Then the savory- dumplings will help "out any shortcomings, of meat. Required: Twb poiinas- of steSk 'or' sravy -beet, two tablespoonfuls of vinegar, tiircb onions, two ounces of dripping:, two ounces of flour, four tablespoonfuls of carrot-dice, four tablespoonfuls of peas shelled, one"quart of stock or water, salt, pepper, Worcester sauce. For the1 'sa voury.- dumplings: -Three-quarters of a ■pound of flour, six- ounces of suet, one teaspoonful baking powder, one largo tablcspoonful of chopped parsley, one teaspoonful of chopped herbs, salt, pep per. Cut'the meat -ln large pieces about two:or three Inches-Bquare. Lay It'in the vinegar, keeping It turned. Melt the drip ping, fry in It the onions a...

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"SPOTTED FEVER" EPIDEMIC. AMONG GERMAN MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 28 July 1906

"SPOTTED" FEVER" EPIDEMIC. AMONG GERMAN MINERS. .The Dusseldorf correspondent of the . London • ."DnJIv Mall" wrote on 1st Ma y:^'Wy—■„ .••v--'' " • "An epiderrtic of "spotted fever." or .eerebro-splnal-/-meningitis-, • has. broken out-ini-Westphalia. in the Ruhr Valley ,.mmuig district. One hundred nnd fifty patients-are; already under'treatment. • ■ •The.': dfsease was- originally brought from • Hurigary by/, immigrant, mineral' into Germanyp' and a. particularly • into Silesia, ill vfrliidh district during-the last • fourteen months it- has caused 3000 deaths. From Silesia it, was brought to f Westphalia by Silesian. muiefs..,: * - The infectibn •• is easily., spread, the • clothing^ of ; the germs; The Government regulations are most * strict,-and It Js hdped : that \the epidemic may ; be checked.'. -Hospital. • barracks <: have; been erected,? and the victims* are isolated'under. the strictest :-m6dibaV/supervision; :* y^-'r^V v/..--:'.;-, ' Xlie disease - is.at pres...

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TO RESCUE CHILDREN. HEROIC NUNS PERISH. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 28 July 1906

TO RESCUE CHILDREN. , HEROIC NUNS'I'RRISII: Fire broke out"on 23rd April Ln the Roman Catholic convent-and -school ai Torgnu, In Silesia. . Mosit of tile' chil dren and -others escaped, but two ■were found to be missing. SiBter Christine ICres and Sister Clara Gratzfeldtran back Into-the . burning building to • look for Hie children. Neither reappeared. Sister .Christine was found'afterwards burned to death und clasping the-body o£ a Utile.boy in her arrnsS: Sister Clara' lay" close by, ■ with the charred cornse of a child bo i side. iier. r"D?illy MniL" ■

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

excepting Floor Coverings. Hps-. McCATMIB'S Xj-td. ORDsa M ONcei-" GRE&T PITT STREET SALE, SHOW IN FULL SWING. TREMENDOUS REDUCTIONS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. THIS IS THE TIME TO BUY. &£•£* U<n> Kuc&fc EKuiss tfo© opportunity. Wa?it<a at once to the ESrasIost Slnop in SycEffiosr, ISIS* PITT SI Riii'L" 1 n

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SOCIALISTIC' EXPERIMENTS. LONDON COUNTY COUNCIL FAILURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 28 July 1906

SOCIALISTIC' EXPERIMENTS. • LONDON COUNTY COUNCIL , . FAILURES- . Now that the elections are approaching, tlii> Labour Party in Federal Parlin- - lnent are not so violent in their : endeavours to force socialistic measures forward. Proposals to iminodiatoly nationalise Australian industries, ro gardless of consequences or expense, are not so frequent or froe as they wore in the early days of the presont Parlia ment, - when the - paladins of- Labour - came fresh from the electioneering:,, joust. As a matter of fact the electors/: of* the Commonwealth liavo never' expressed the slightoit ans\vsrihg:o'n-: tliusiashi whon the Labour Party! proposed, as in the case of thq Tobaccp j Industry, to saddle thenv with millions! of additional debt in order t<? inaugu- • rate another object lesson in Socialism.? Judging by the remarks of the Federal' Premier, tho report of tbo one-sided ■ lloyal Commission on 'Tobacco is not' going to be accepted by the ^Federal-. "Government, as a...

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LADIES AT SWIMMING GALAS. CORPORATION DISCUSS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 28 July 1906

LADIES AT SWIMMING GALAS; cbnX'OHATION DISCUSS. At a meeting of tho-Public Health' Committee of the Cork'Corporation on .1st May a ' discussion ■ to6k-* (IljCftf With r.efer.oocq.' to ' the-' u(litii:j5ionAt Qtr Indies to swimming galas. .. . Tho chaivmain i:(Sir. F.dward Fitz gerald! sr.ld that ..the opposition on-. gmaMv arose - from clergynieii,- ' and' he aslccd the committee licit to trifle with them. ;• One clergyman had mada reference to the matter, from the pul pit. Ho had' his own feelings'- that! the Imth was ■ no pl^cc ifor nieir mid women: to - be together. Ladies who went1 there were not: aware that men wore dressed from neck to knc-es until" thej' were there. Otherwise tltcy^ would not go. ■ !' (({> r; . "Alderman Meade" said thut-'. if; clergymen : know whaL -costume \Vas worn1, thoy would waive their 'objec tions,. and the Simon* Purea1' in this" corporation ^wbiilil' bir satisfied with'' 'it. . Sir Edward Fitzgerald : I say- it is unbecoming; of -men to say that ...

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A JEALOUS TORTOISE. RETAINS HIS GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 28 July 1906

a-jealous 'tortoise: ' RKf Al.NS HIS GARDEN; \ \. Ith&s'lorig been'"believed that the'tor ' toisc had-no other feeling or emotion than a desire to live. Its energies? it was ' thought, were all devotcdr to: this* .end; but a letter which appears in the. | "Spefctator" proves that even the tor toise can labor under such eniotions as jealosy or hatred. / A certain'tortoise called' Tommy,*' the'" property of Mr J. Barker, of Kew, woke fronvhis winter-.sleep some days ago, • and found another tortoise in the'gar • den of which 'he long Iiad the- moiiotf ol V: |. His^vrath was at once-roused,1 and.he ? attacked the "undesirable' alien". ' savagely, biting its head or legs.when L"evei>r'they- Were' prbtrudef,,"/ from theT shells Th'ls!1 after ■ tHe ^rst-few atia'clc^;' • was? not1 often, but Tortmy was-* not to • be beaten, and lie took to charging the • intruder sideways with his shell, as if on the*football field. This-1 last method- was successful! The I "alien'' • was 'remo...

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THE LADIES' COLUMN. TOILET HINTS. YOU MAY TRY THIS FOR WARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 28 July 1906

THE LADIES' COLUMN. | TOILET HINTS. YOU MAT TRY THIS FOR WARTS. 'lake a small dose of calcined mag nesia, say, one teaspoonful, daily in water during six weeks. It cannot hurt, and it is cheap. - , WHAT IS KOHL ? It is a black stain for the hair, and is of Oriental origin. There are many" for mulae. The prices sometimes asked for the preparation are high. The usual way of-malcing-it is*'by grinding down Indian Ink with equal parts of glycerine and rosewater until a thin paste has been formed. THE BEST DIET FOR REMEDYING HIGH COLOR. 'In many people a very high color is due to over-formation of blood.' When this is -the case the face is very full, and the .body stout, and there is a great ten dency to severe headache. It is a* good ^lan/jto place oneself-on a.strict diet for a limited* period,'- say four weeks, and to note carefully " the. effect on the skin and/tHe' health^ • Sometimes it is found that thev'measures are too severe, and in ottier cases^ •that4 they are not suffl-.j ci...

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MAY DAY IN PARIS. MOB FIGHT POLICE AND SOLDIERS [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 28 July 1906

MAY DAY IN PARIS. MOB FIGHT POLICE AND SOLDIERS Sixty, thousand, troops were on duty in the streets of Paris on -Tuesday, and Slay day did not pas's without much'tu-^ mult, the worst disorders taking place'at night. ; Throughout the morning the streets of Paris were almost.' deserted,'* except in the neighborhood of the; Place do la Re publlque, qlos'e-.to wlilch' the tabor-Ex- > change is situated. The banks_ and-' pub-' lie buildings' woi-e .closed,-}.£iut" trie; great' majority of-shOpsvremained open/;, The - omnibuses, trama; aiid--uridergrouhd'ran-; wfiy 'continued; their-^(Srvice as listtal. In - the residential-districts many property pwners kept' lhe-:frent-- doors of their houses closed' all' dayf and^so! carefully were, the soldlerskopt"outo£ sight that it'was dlfllcultHo believe" that the city was under the pKiteEflrin of G0,000"troops. Early In the morning a crowd of print ers on.strike, with'placards stiick'in their hats,-marked1 "Ei£h't;hou'rs'- work' and a' weekly ...

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THOSE WICKED PLANETS. ARE THEY EARTHQUAKE-MAKERS? [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 28 July 1906

! THlOSE WICKED PLANETS. THET1 'EARTHQUAKE-' • MAKERS? ' . Among jthev manjv;.>posslble agencies suggosted^as-'bperating- to bring: about" seismic and/volcanic disturbances have, been* the^ attraction* of the! moon (which Mr Maunder, of Green wichpbBenvatory, beireVes jJot^ntial Hn: that;direction undor.5 certain conditions) and'the-bancfuh'^f! fect of^ the more wickedly-K inclined planets:^ This latter "explanation (writes the "Westminster Gazette") is utterly; discredited by astronomers, but astrolo gers have been busy—after the event In calling attention to "unfavorable con junctions" of the planets, which, accord ing to all the teachings of astrology, • could only result in the recent terrible catastrophes. It is probable, however* that the planets li'ave been in a measure factors in the disturbances, 4though:.not in the manner suggested by astrologers. "THE LAST STRAW.".-,*, -j'. During .the latter half .of April^ all. the major planets (with thc..exeeptionof the distant 'Ur...

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MARTHA'S LADY DOCTOR. BEST ADVICE IN THE COUNTRY [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 28 July 1906

MARTHA'S LADY DOCTOR. ? • PBEST ADVICE IN .THE ••CQITNTttieM! Martha, tne imam gcrma at tne z.oo-: logical Gardens, is * a most puzzling-: patient. Only one thing: has been f ; urid: to suit her •«- white, of eggs. A week ago. the egig diet was supple mented with .humanised milk, r Martha, promptly had a-relapsej and threatened*, to die if she did not go back toreggs once; more; and since milk was abandoned she lias recovered the*lost-groundj^and- - is* now as iwelV as-she- has ever beens since her arrival, which is not saying much, . Gorillaised milk" is evidently whaF vshe needs^butr;that cannot be obtained. . ' A lady »doctor, who has made a special .study of *: Infantile-troubles, is now in charge of the case, and she visits Martha : daily; - Martha has taken to her amaz? ingly, and rice* water has been added to. the eggs on her advice. Consultants fre quently call, and' more than one well -known professor has paid her a visit with a view, of assisting the authorities to save he...

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SHE BOUGHT THE JEWELLERY. REAL ENGLISH CARAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 28 July 1906

• SHE BOUGHT THE JEWEIXERY. ".HEATj ENGLISH CARAT. "Yes, :marni, it Is;.real gold; every bit of vit; eighteen" English ? carat, or; I'm -a; ■ Spanish ■onion!" "Go on: ^ith you!", said the cook: at thp back" door; - "if 'it «was real gold you couldn't -Sell It for half a crown -so there!":The hawker put down ' his':'basket,>ieanedrhis arm:*agairistv the door-sill.* and presented a serious und argumentative, face to the hesitating ; cook. "Fil let you into a secret," he said; ^'only, ' mind; it's not to go on further. . Those jewels, every one of. them,which I'm •; selling at rubbish pneesi Js'..Teal, honest, genu-ine gold. They;cpmej.from San Francisco, where the earthquake was, and they've been ; shipped over, to sell at rasr-shop prices so as?to make*.a clearance. That's the •gospel truth!" The cook'began'to fumble - at the back of her skirt. "Before the earthquake you couldn't have bought that brooch for a' thousand .dollars,"- said the'hawker.' The; cook" produced her purse.' ...

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A SEA VETERAN. FIFTY YEARS' VOYAGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 28 July 1906

A SEA VETERAN. • FIFTY YEARS' VOYAGES. The captain and crew of the steamer Knight Commander, which was sunk in the Pacific In July, 1904, by the Russian Admiral Yesen are still seeking compen sation for the loss of their belongings. Meanwhile Captain Durrant; who lias bean celebrating his sea jubilee;' has de scribed some of his adventures at sea to an "Express" representative'.' " I was apprenticed on the barque Birchgrove, a vessel of 520 tons, |n 1856,'' he said. "I served seven years In this primitive craft for L50, and rofter sixteen years at sea took command o£ one of the famous China tea clippers, the Spirit of the Norttu "We took part in the exciting ocean regattas which were carried on by-those beautiful ships In; their' efforts'--to- get, .home: flrst wlth- the- early-tseason's i teasr My record in. this craft was a voyaged from the Thames, to. Colombo In'-,eighty eight days.' "My first steam command was an old nine-knot screw* boat ?calied the Trent, in 18S0:: - Sinco the...

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THE SEISMOGRAPH. HOAY IT RECORDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 28 July 1906

THIS SEISMOGRAPH. HOAY IT RECORDS. Profossor John Milne's seismograph, F the* Instrument which recorded the San | Francisco earthquake in the Isle -of Wright, is as simple as It is unerring. It ! fact, the largest of the three or four in struments which the professor possesses wan made nut of an old lamt>-nost which he "picked up" In the streets of New I port, Isle of Wight, near his house. |' This rigid pillar of iron is built into a I block <ft masonry, which In its turn is carried and built into the solid chalk of the Downs. In a precisely similar way ; the smaller and more delicate instrii t ments,'which are built on the same*prln , ciple, are "bolted to. the fabric of the world." II the crust of the earth tilts, the pillar must tilt with it. For the purpose of recording, these 'tilts; two horizontal, swinging rods : or arms aro pivoted to the' foot of the pillar 'at right angles to one another.. So- that, which ever way the pillar tilts one of these Lwo arms is bo...

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THE KAISER AND THE PEASANT. A NICE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 28 July 1906

the kaiser.and'the peasant. ! : NICE' STQllY. r An amusing anecdote about the • Kaiser Is told by the "Krankisch'er |; Genenil-Anzeiger." " ; I While visiting Ills chateau,' Schlitz, the Kaiser one day lost liis way, anil asked an old peasant to give him a.lift in Ins cart. Seeing the Kaiser's: slioot ing uniform, the old man said to liiin, , '^Wcll,' are you one of the ''Kaiser's gentlemen, or, perhaps, one of the Count's gamekeepers?" "No, I nni \f Ith the Kaiser," was the reply. "What • do they think of him about here?" ! "Oh.'tie is -all right," answered tlie pen ■v sant."\ve all like him; he Is said to be j n iiuite capable man." While relating I his adventures in the war of 1SG0, when , he fought the Prussians, the peasant j told the Kaiser that on his side there were "lots of drums, biit few soldiers." .' Much amused, William II. related his i adventure to ills courtiers", arid seiit the : peasant his portrait, with the luscrlp : tion: "To my faithfur companion: 'lots of drum...

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

Wedding Bells. A quiet but pretty wedding took place at the resi dence of tho bride's parents on Monday last, the contracting parties being Mr Phillip Kent, second eldest son of Mr E. Cupitt, Mittagong, and Miss Elizabeth Mary, eldest daughter of Mr J W   Thompson, Mittagong. The Rev. E Heffernan conducted the ceremony. The bride was given away by her father, and wore a cream silk voile cos tume, trimmed with lace and chiffon; and also wore   an embroidered veil, and carried a showor bouquet, the bridegroom's gift being a handsome gold ring. Miss Cupitt was bridesmaid, and was dressed in pale blue. Mr Walter Cupitt acted as best man. A large number of friends sat down to breakfast at the conclusion of the ceremony, the usual toasts be ing honored. Shortly afterwards the newly-married couple left for Manly, where the honeymoon is to be spent. The bride's travelling costume was a navy blue tailor-made coat and skirt, with black hat. A largo number ol useful a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 1 August 1906

Another St. Peters Endorsement. Th« Oftus of Mra. A, GIMBSRT. (By n Sydney Reporter.) There is no reasonable doubt that Wa can put a stop to disoase if only we take due core to obtain ,the,.rij;ht treatment, and a valuable hint on ' this question was lately given by ilr«. Alice Uiinbert, of May-street, St. Pe tors, whoso story runs as follows "When you hear that for nearly five . years I was so ill that I was not ablo to do anything, you will know, seeing mo bo well andAheatty . now,, that thero is no need'j for-oven the most heavily afflicted to jfivejip'hope/.nnd 1 intend V to benefit others by giving my own exi porience." . •. ■ . - "A very bitter one it vai, I'ye besa ■in-formed,". said the writer. "Bitter I Oh, tho gutferinjr I endurod was '.enoujjh to kill one. I retnembec .calling on my way from Dubbo to Sydney at a relativo'8 at Kelso, who weighed. me, and would you believe X did not go seven stone 1" "How: much weight bad vou lost?',' • -''Fully ttireo stone, bo that will t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 1 August 1906

HARRY MOSS, REGISTERED MEMBER TATTKRSAIt'S CLUB, ME LB, Doubles and Straightout Prices on all undermen tioned Events. Nationals, SHoulsJes, ©erby and Cup, Two - Cups ©oafoles. - V.R.C. Grand Nationals, Hurdle and Steeple, ^£20 to is, to ^£2000 to ^5 Caulfield Grand Nationals, Hurdle and Steeple, ^£10 to is, to ,£1000 to ^5 Derby and Gup, from ^£10 to is to ^£1000 to ^£5 Two Cups, £iooe>.to 1 os, £1000 to 20s, ^1000 te 40s— three separate doubles in any amount from ^100 to is. . 0 ' ' Price Uist now ready. StraSgHit out Hettitig oie all above events mow ready. Starting Price dan a3l Metropolitans Courses. Snnd Stumped Envulopo fur Reply. All Wires must bo Reply P/iid. Note Only -illicit-ess— Note Only .A-clclress.— HAR33Y MOSSs E5run.swiols:-»ti-eet, Sfitaroy9 Victoria^ Mil Two Packets of SHIP BRAND CORN FLOUR will go as far as three . . packets of any other make. Wholesome, I Nutritions, and || eminently suited || for Weak Stomachs. " p©ibS© 0 Pofinedi s irB Is ranked by Medical ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 1 August 1906

For Bronchi it 'Cough* tako WciQtfe' Ureat Z^jevmiut Cur?.

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Rich Men's Sons. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 1 August 1906

Rich Men's Sons. Tn a speech at Chicago recently, rabbi Hirsch said^that from his personal observ ation and acquaintance he was convinced that 95 per cent, of all rich men's sons were practically worthless. Anions this great majority were 'spine who, observed ordinary decency; and ever conformed to the appearance of elementary virtues, but even their good qualifies were of a nega tive sort., Mr\ George M. Pullman, the well-known millionaire, declared in his will that his sons were no credit to him, so he'cut them off with annuities of ^"6oo; each., It is . rare, concluded the Rahbi, that any gbod quality descends to the sons of the rich. Some youths go to col lege, not to learn, but to make a display of wealth, and to amuse . themselves. Their lives all/too often are a reproach to their families and insult to public de cency. It is understood that the Government will'establish an agricultural school far women at Hurlstone College. The Cootamundra election resulted in the return of o...

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