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Moss Vale Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 1 August 1906

Moss Tale Municipal Council. The above council met on Monday night. Present: Dr. H. Leigliton Jones (Mayor),_Ald. Taylor, Mo.vle, Hawkins, Hixson, Bealc, and Mirow. An apology W_as received from Aid. Stevenson. " Correspondence. , From Gerald I?. Qa;ripbe|l, statingthat I he wpqld he glad if his application to- be [ allowed to purchase.a'sm'all piece of 'land , of the water;reserve adjoining his western boundary, could be fWought hefore the council again. If considered too wideihe i coulc^ perhaps do with - a - narrower strip • say, 6ft. or 8ft. Wide.—Referred to "the' works committee for report, ' .?'rorT1 'he Municipal Association, noti fying that the 20th annual sessions wouid commence at Sydney on i8th- September, i and asking to be supplied with names of i delegates, also pointing .out that' the an nual subscription of £2 3s was due,—Aid Hawkins understood it "was a 'benefit * tti belong to the association;—The. Mayor said the council had been affiliated for some time; the advi...

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 1 August 1906

Sot overyt woman oau afford to have! a maid. Not many' wo a 1d( want one" around, tiny-NayV way. But you "" certainly oau^ afford to have 1 Ayor'a Hair Vigor; < •nd most women woui< bo greatly improved it, too. It moan3 so r to have long, rich, lioavyv hair; soft, smooth, glossy hair. And this is just tho kind of hair you may havo, if you wish it. If you wish all tho deep, rich oolor of youth restored to your hair, will cortalnly satisfy you. Do not bo doooivod by cheap imita tions which will only disappoint yon, Make sure you got AYER'S Hair Vigor. Prtpuul brDr. J.C. AjcriCo., LotsII, SI A, The 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 hnve in the past been strangers in this respect—a testimony to the value of our journal as a disseminaler of news. A l ife Silver. . THe ...

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

For Cliililran'd tUukiiig Cough ni NiKh'^ Wim-tu' Oieul Pupponnini Cure. ia(M. NEVEU'KNOWN TO-K'-iIL. ' ' Mr. G. S. l?iu>YiiUur, Clnrlnvi'Je (Q ). writo* : — UI hayo nuioh plort?uro in to the excellent qualiiietf of Chnmhcrlniii'.t Colin, Cholera. and Diurtv haoa Uomody, having on Huvcmil tccaeions experi enced moat benulioial results. Have also rocouv mended il to >onny people snJTorirj^ from howol coaii plitiills. diiitrhoiMV, uiul ilysiiuihry. nn«l havn nevor known it to fail. For sale hy-.D. Morgan,: Chemist.* > JHili J}<Q^i,U9wrnK for clothing* •

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The Toscin of Doom. BY A BANKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 1 August 1906

The Toscia of Boom. By a Banksr. Fiom time to tiiim we receive forcible anil slaitling remindersthat a inert' crns' ;-ppar- ! ati'S nm fi'um a roaring fnn.uci' of iuconi-eiv "hly prodigious piopin linn- ; a bio zi ng mass of incandescent rocks and furiously burning metals and Ktt«6s,--t.ver.' wi^lly es.-aymg to break form from the gyves. of its friiuile prison and to shatter llie fiail bonds which lestiitii, its velieinot might. ; And whi n we" consider the.vast immensity ol this seething ocean, of fire and glowing clemonls—its weight is calculated at 600,000,000,000,000, J00,000 lotih, and ils,imtsj< ia miire than two imndred and fifty thousand million square itiin-H I;—nttii l.iiw slight is the solid erupt of the cat th, probably not so thick," ri-lai ivtdy, as the shell of iin ejg, it in surprising that occasionally those pent up foices eitbei • lolenily break through, or can HO it to rocl; and surge like the surface of a wiud-swept ocean. • - ... And of all tlie varie...

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Football. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 1 August 1906

Football, The.second round of the competition wis concluded on Saturday, when Bow ral beat Robertson by ij points to, nil, and Moss Vale forfeited to Mittagong. .T'he latter team went to Moss Vale to play their match, but the wearers of the green did not turn up.v , BOWRAL, v. ROBERTSON. 'if:These teams;met at.Bowral : on Satur day last, the local team winning by _ n points to nil. There was a keen wind blowing, but " notwithstanding this fact '•.there was.affair attendance -of spectators -to' witness the match.Robertson .ran,, with the wind, and it was at first thought that the local team would be corn ifereJ on-this account, but tlie unexpected' happened, .and as soon as the oval was set rolling Robertson_were called upon to /defend, and-were forced back on to their line, and from a scrum right in front of thiiir posts McKayjeceived and sent an to Ellsmore, thence to J..'Fitzgerald, who scored first try for Bowral. Ritchie failed iin. the attempt for goal; Soon after this Robertso...

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

C. H. Hat a tea d, ARCHITECT, - •' wk:ii:i.\oiom," liuhitadoo." Dr. It. Crawford, SURGEON DENTIST, - to wn }[a r.r.," n own a l. nitrons Oxide gun-AilmittiatarcriiV Offlce Hour*,'j n in. to 0 p.m. v, MRS. S. 0. GIBBONS, TEACHKR of .. ' ■ .. MUSIC SINGING, ELOCUTION, AN33 damcimg. VISIJB bowkuj daily. ( ■ tekms ON APPLICATION. I . •AuDticfis—burradoo. . - a : ; GEO. E. VINCENT, A. mu*. T.O.l. PROFESSOR OF" MUSIC, ' BOYYIiAt. ani> MITI'auontt. * piaim : ror. rc, i-sa^mony, ■ .'COMPOSITION, Etc. TERMS ON ari'l.ioattox.: m. L BENNETT, Teacher of Violin. R3iss aT¥ennett~ Teacher of Pianoforte, BURRADOO .STREBT.v bovvrau .-Terms .on application. DR. H. LEIGHTOM JONES, r>151Mrlmsrx,;, -A. t'&y 1 e Street, 1VI owsValo May be consulted at . . —Pharmaey Every Monday Foronoon and Friday Afterntfbrt." David W. Moffat, MONUMENTAL MASON, • ARGYLli STREET, MOSS VALE. (NEXT FIRE STATION). • Estimates for' Hbadst/inbs' jn- Gkaxitk, mauhlk, and FitKE-T'NB. LATEST DESIGNS ON A PPLICATION...

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

- C- " Koiul to tiiiln. ■' , Bogina whon c msumpttoiibiliouaneai fnwteu th 'ln'ohoH on you, um(1 dra-r^ dovphVyour 1 calth. Oh/nnbn hnu'a Stomnoh imd Liwr TabUfc-iOure tho*o d s rder.*,-and MiPO&wfuUy buiU up your utrength and health. Fur aiilu by D. Alorgan, Clumirit. Friend, when ft oold invndcs the noeo, Ami finmp the daily hanky grows. When making coughs detract tho breast, ■ And rob ynu of your nightly rest. And shooting pains in chest aod joint To imlmormiw tiouM<w ptdn; —, . \Vhr»i fdii onco more good lioaUh Whf, Biinpty Woods' Ureal-Pepperipint Qufo. Important fpouiiGemen Will the Public kindly note tliat Stoapes?^ is now 1111 der ■ , «• M©w MEasm§®m©nf 8 TAYLQIOroS. Moss "Vale.

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

Woods' Great Peppermint Curo, „ For Conghs and Colds, never ftiila. , l«0d,-. HORSE CLIPPING SEASON. E. BRAZIER, 3S3CAVING purchased ft New Chicnffu Horse ftQjU'PING MA€fiMXK. is now prepared to CLIP HOUSES in any part of tho district or at his own rcuiaonce, Merrigang-street, Bowral. For Household Purposes ask for the— /• New Seam Coalj equal to'* Mountain Coal in 'Every respect. • If the- coal is not what we say, viz., a Jiood Household- Coal, we payment. COSEMESTCES SATWHBAY, •t °lp,-n o# ap hexs<^ .(MOSS 1, II# iH; n Shi S ft *s& &&!r&BmM."X, AVSVST loth, aS ' 1© P.HL MEETING of the Parke Testimonial Com mittee will be held at the School of Arts, Mass Vale, on WEDNESDAY, ACGU.ST 1st, 7 30 p.m. sharp. 3S.BJSEFIT CONCESWn aid of Mrs.T.Bakor and family), Uowral School of Aria, FRIDAY; AUG. 10, at 8 p.m. Tickets 2s and Is,.may bo had atMrvEbb. Davis's or from the committee.—W. .Stokes, hon. sec.; Ebb. Davis, hon treas. 33:aOR SALE, 1 Kood S...

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

MAKE"'YOURSELVES SMOO FOR THE WINTER , : ' . BY GETTING YOUR Blankets, Flannels Jackets,? .Winter Widenveat ; L * " "'\y „ / New /Dress G-oo.ds/ t . Men's,. Beys' and Youths' Clothing r" Boots and Shoes

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

THE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY of SYDNEY, Ltd, ; •[Kstahlished 18y 1-J ' • -• ...Capitol paid up .. .. .; £1 ,<100.000; " .Reserve Fund .. . . -1;115%000. £ '- Itoserve Capital .. .. \1,000.000 • .; '• £3,115,000 . ' pinivCTons. G. J. Cohen. Esq., ChnWmnn. ■ • Hon. fr 13. Knter, M.Jj.C., Deputy-Chairman. . Hun. Henry Mone.i, M.li.'C. . Hon. Richard Joneo,. MJi.C,. 1 3Jon. F. T. Ilumphery, M L C.> auwyohs. " E. S. Cape, E*q.. \\\ L. Docker, Esq. •••/. HEAD OFFICE, GEORGfi-ST. SYDNEY. T. A. Goneral Manager. _ T. B. Gaden, Assistant Maungffr nntf Chief Inspector. A. J. SouUr, Accountant. W.C.B.Tiley, II.H. Mastic, W.II.Pinhey, Inspectors. .INTEREST RATES ON FIXED DEPOSITS. 1A per cout. lur G mouthti. 3 percent. lot* l'J months'.-, 8 per eom. for 2 yoar*. LONBGH OFFICE, 18 niKCHlN-LANK/:E.C.;::: • ■©ireetors—F. U. Danpar. Esq.; Biam W. Levy, Esq,; Hon. fi. S. Liiilotoa. • Manager—F. A. Scrivener. '■ Branches throughout- ihe State of New Smith; •Wales and in Queensland. Age...

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Y.W.C.A., Bowral. LAYING OF THE MEMORIAL STONE OF THE NEW WING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 1 August 1906

Y. W.(i. A.v Bo Tvral 1NG or the MEMORIAL STQNE OF THE NEW.WING. On Saturday.afternoon, under'tho hap piest auspiccs, the foundation stone of the additions to the Home of Rest was laid in the presence of a large and interested hody of inspectors. The weather, whicl!? promised badly, was wonderfully propiti ous for the open air function. - A platform had been erected in front of.the premises upon which the Sydney visitors, members of committee, advisory Board, and others were grouped;while scores; of friends clustered round, • The chair was taken by the Mayor of Bowral, v.'ho had; on his right hand, the guest' of the; day, Sir P. Sydney Jones. Programmes, giving the order oi service, were distributed, ■ two special hymns being included therein from the pen of Mrs. W. R. Dovey, a former helper in Y.W.C.A.-'circles. now of Lon don. The Rev. J. J. Gilmore.B A.,vread an appropriate portion of Holy Scripture, after which" the Mayor addressed the audi enceexpressing.his--pleasure"'at. the ...

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The Wollondilly Press (LATE "BOWRAL FREE PRESS). 1.8.06. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 1 August 1906

:J.(Late "Bo.wral Free P^ess i'Vi- 1 8,06. anil General. - /^EjOWP.sr prices anil high quality goods ""^tlicse two factors have combined to jsirrialie&Hill- Bros, the busy commercial \ ' There is now a Tocal tuners ; 'Arthur "Chesterton (from London) has ^.ftakenhip his residence in Bowral as a pianoforte and organ tuner and-^practical / jnachinist, and bespeaks support.** • - • ■ V 'Messrs.'Taylor Bros-', storekeepers, of /if Moss Vale, .have purchased the cqmmo ^'dious. premises at Sutton Forest in which '?"for. a number of years they have con duo-: :: ted -their■.widely"known business in that" .part <of ; the -district,, and extensive im : .provements are to be at once put in hand '■ in order that the premises may be brought. ■•■more■'up-to-date. ■ Business; however^ will go on as usual. Voluntary Sequestration, —James Cur tin, of Moss Vale, licensed victualler. Mr." {L. L.-Ldoyd, official assignee. In reply to a request for further ex penditure on the road fro...

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School Teachers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 1 August 1906

-. School Teachers' Association. -The quarterly n ceting of the District School Teachers' Association was'held ,at': Picton,on Saturday. Mr. Morgan moved that the central as sociation he asked to hold some of its an nual meetings in country towns,': instead v of always in.Sydney, and the first to be held at Michaelmas.—Carried, unani-. mously. . Mr. Fraser (Bowral) moved that all public school boys above the age of 12; if physically fit^ should be instructed iri'the use of the rifle. He made an excellent speech .in support, and the motion' was . , carried. .:Mr. Berman (Moss Vale) moved - that pupils Who had completed the fifth class should, where p'ossible,' be transferred to a secondary school, which* was lost. Mr. Berman moved-that thedepartment . be asked to send an expert teacher of in fants to the schools of the district to give ^ a practical demonstration of proved'metli v ods in.teaching infant classes for periods to be arranged by the inspector.-^Garried ■ unanimously. Cons...

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Wingecarribbee Shire Council [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 1 August 1906

Wingecarrittbce Shire Council A meeting of the above was held at j .Moss Vale ou Saturday-afternoon Jast. iI- A-. Badgery presided, and there | were also.present. Messrs; W. A. Nicholas I and Aibert A. Garter. "* *■*' I Correspondence. . • . I From the Works Department: asking ! the most suitable day for the election.—It! was decided to reply stating that Wednes- j day was considered the most,suitable day. I From the Works Department forward- I r ing the following- reply to questions by | the council:—(i) An owner of rateable land is entitled to be enrolled for each - riding in which his land is. situated, and - to vote in . each aiding.; (2) • Both the owner and.occupier of rateable-:land- are entitled to' be enrolled and to,vote as shire selectors in respect of such-;land.: (3) The :owner of rateable land is. entitled to be enrolled and to votej irrespective of his • place of residence. . - .-..Theclefk.statedthnttlie listsof elect ors-would tbe ready' by the j 8lhrinstf—]t ■ was'...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 1 August 1906

Death. Tt is with regret that we chronicle in this issue the death, at an advanced old a«e, of Mrs. Rundie, widow of the late' Hon. J. B. Bundle. The sad event trans-"' ptrcd at her late residence, Pomeroy, Potts Point, Sydney, on Sunday last, the end coming quite unexpectedly. Mrs. Augus tus Mill, of Yerenbah, Howral, is a daugh.-'t ter of the deceased lady. The funeral* took place yesterday (Tuesday) afternoon. A short service was held in St. John's. Church, Potts Point, the remains beihg' afterwards interred in the Rookwood Cemetery. .

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

.MERIT REWARDED by Court of Justico. • Tho nnl<now!«dtfwl qutli'ioi unci BU'^e.n of SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT !>■»•» bro.-iiclit out many u (1 mm uunu \vm just triod'fa'the Snprunio l'vnurt of Viotoriii. befor Itis ■"Honour. Oht< f Sip .7, Midden, I£.O.M,(rlf &a, JI18 II nMiur, i » -giving -ju-.l. emei.C. w\i«U that ^"Wiiijiievor-fin nrt cle in (jomtneudod tv tho .public • by ;£rc»4nh of its good quulity &o., ir in nnt. ponnRsiblo fmihite uny af its fo-itntvp, Ilw lO'tmincd the -Jimratarn porpntunlly from doing Kir and ord.rod •>fhern to f a/all coite. ' * ' ' ^ Wo publish tlm to.aff rd the- lyityto nn nppor iry of protecting r.hnmHolvcs, ii< d of !°nuui-mg - -^V'hat is proved beyond till doubt by skt ludrwitues-sos nt tlio Supremo "Court of. Viufcoriu and by many • nuthantiOH during tl»o IhmI ft) year* to bo «.»prop »t ■ ntionofvgwmtuo woriK vw;: Tllli '»KNtTCV19. 8\NDM< & ONS' TURK VOLA/HM'). ...

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Golf. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 1 August 1906

Golf. The return m%tch between the Bowral i • and Camden golf clubs was played on ./Saturday last on the Bowral links, and ■ Resulted in a win for Bowral. The visi tors were entertained at lunch and after '■nobli tea-'by the! local -club-,' and^'the-i day proved very enjoyable. Following are the scores:— Bowral. - Camden, . 5. R. Innes Noad i v H, Merewether o .C. -W.jMarsden I v S. Moore ... o jjGavfn George x v; A. B; Moore ... o %;Dr,yallack , ... i v A'.'-J. Onslow ... o ,aH. L. Hixson .... .1 v P.-Grossing ... o i.iCr. Crawford i v Dr. West .. o A. Lloyd i v W. R. Cowper o *'W. Carr-Boyd ... i v C. Von Arnheim o , D. Cowper i v N. Downes ... o 9 o

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 1 August 1906

Wedding Bells. The*marriage.to6k place on'the aotlvufc timo,at-St. Mich;icl:s Church, Flinders-, street,-Sydney, of'Albert Charles, second son of Mr.-John Lambeth, of Sydney, to. Katie, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Archer, Bowral. The Rev. Dr. Man-, ning, ••L.L.D., performed the ceremony*' .The bride was given away by-Mr. Farrelk a id wore a dress of cream hopsac, trim-' ined with glace and lace, and white felt hat vvit-h plume. The bridegroom's ..pre sents were a gold necklet and pearl star pendant,^and a beautiful mnft -ofi-lilies : of' the valley .and asparagus fern; Miss Doris ''Archer, -sister the bride;?: was bridesmaid, who: was ,dressed tin-cream' serge, trimmed vvith'lace'aad-.velvetj'i'Twith:. red-hat with berries :■;.■ she also wore :f gold: brooch; and carried'.a shower bouquet jtbeti briileg'ro'om's gifts. Mr.'P. Morris,-of ih^njmrst,.acted as best rman: j? The - jved-; ding, break fast: v/asjield at'the Trbcaderoiv where, the,customary1to'astsx'v^re ;?lion£ ore;l...

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

Are Toil Coughing Yet'.* . , It is unwis< to lot your cough iuii on, for tin 'frequent oongUing naturally iuor' asm the irrita !o». of tiio bron ihinl pas-ages. You arc wondurinp what wo tako—fupposo''you try nhaniborlaiti'* ■ .r«u.<j> llemfdv this time. Tt had rr.l'evol otlieirt untl wi.l iWlcvo'yo'u; ••i>ioa<a«t to latur-sooliinj Jand. tell in,;. For Bale by D. U;emi=t.

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Useful and Injurious Insects. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 1 August 1906

Useful and Injurious Insects, j As briefly ropovted in our last issue, Mr/ W.. W. Froggart, govorument entomologist, lectured on the above subject in the Gen; tennial J-Iall, Moss Yale,' his iemarliB being illustrated by some very fine lantern slides. Mr. FroKgart's visit waa the outcome of the -action of the B.D. A.H. and I. Society in nr ranging for a series of lecture.-. of interest; lo farmers, in fulfilmenfcof ono of the conditions for obtaining the additional government Biib tidyw This was the'second.of the series, but the cold.frosty night prevented to a lar-jo extent the attendanoo of tha;-fanning? cotuij monity'.However, the towns-pc-ople*and:'a lame number of children were pieaent, and ■ Uip pvucoedings proved most interesting and ins ruetive. « »Dr. Stevenson, a^.vice-pipsident of_ the AgnciiltnraV',Society-,'.-brivfly."iutroHaced . the leclni'urv I'-itiiii lting thai .11. would-bo-a'pleas in-e ti tlii-iu (o htL>e subject expounded I by <nii> wliirw^s an ...

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