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

The Sydney Cyclorama passes out of' business on the 31st instant; . 'With the closing*of the Cyclorama ends the last of these interesting displays in; the Common wealth. In addition to its attractiveness as a place of entertainment, the Sydney Cyclorama has, in its 18 years' existence, had a great educational "value to all those who have seen the wonderful panoramas. The historic scenes of Jerusalem, and tho; stirring realism of the m'igltty.;;battle of Gettysburg must evet remain fresh in the. minds of onlookers, and-to children/ par*, ticularly have they beeivan education^'a For Clifnnio Cheat Complaint*, Woods' Gic&t Peppermint Curo. Is Gil. • . Hill-- Bros., Bowral—-the- leaders ; in fashion. . Their- stock of draperyy. etc.y keeps paco with the seawias* ■

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
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Benefit to Mrs. Baker. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 1 August 1906

Benefit to Mrs. Baiter:. At the Town Hall, Bowr.il, on Monday evening Mr. S. R. InesstNoad presided over a'meeting of the committee that had •been formed- to" inaugurate a concert for the benefit of Mrs. T. Baker and' family. There were present—Messrs. Innes-Noad,;' Ednonds, Lees, Davis; Turner, Beer, Fizgihbons, W. Savell, W;- Stokes,; Holmes, and Fraser. Apologies were re ceived from Messrs. Oxley, Thornbnry,;' Hodge, and Norman. The chairman, in'a few sympathetic re marks, explained the object of the meet ing. It had been suggested : that public, sympathy should be shown to Mrs-Baker,, who was held in: the highest respect and esteem. They all knewthe sad circum stances in which: she was ; situated, and' this fact had induccd some-among them ta set to work to alleviate her sufferings* In this respect credit was due to Mr: -Ed monds, and the proposal he had in view: -ought to recommend it to all in Bowral— viz., to organise a concert,-the proceeds of which should go towards somethi...

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Footballers' Social. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 4 August 1906

Footballers' Social. ' ; Marked suocess attended the holding of the social . fcy. the Moss Vale Football Club in the Canterbury ""Hall on Wednesday evening in aid of the local foot ■ bailers injured during tho present noason, About 40 couples were present. the attendance being fairly • representative of the district. Mr. .J". Fleeton made A capable M C., while the inurfc, wbioh wag supplied , Jby Mr. H. Salmon (piauo), Miflfl Davin (violin), and ' Mr. T. Nioholla (cornet) was much appreciated. At midnight choice suppor was served, Mr. \V. Salkeld being the c.«tpvor .n(3 altogether a most enjoyable 4ime vras flppnt. The arrangements for tho social wore most successfully undertaken by Mr. A. Jcffree, the honVeectetary of tho club, backed up hy an (Cnorgetic;commiUeo, and the financial result is ex* pocted-to.b'e^raost satiefaotory.

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Golf. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 4 August 1906

&olf. •On Saturday tha Mosh Vale Golf Club will meet • jon tfcoir-own linlta a Strang combination of SvJnoi* players, under the captaincy of Mr. A. V. Hiiliard. */Tbo lo^al team will be aa fol'owsMessrs. A. G. filler, B.R. Innna-Koad 0. W. Marsrlcn FUz Hill, •'Gavin George, Hiuloy HixKon, F. 0. Ftwvengon, F. Mitcbel, H. 0, Carter, J. li. >Sorogg:o, and D» H. Cowpor .(emergency).

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Meterological Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 4 August 1906

MeteroloirLcal Report. ; The following meterological obFervations (or tho •month of July, taken at tho Mohb Vale Public - School, have freen kindly supplied by Mr. tictman : : The maximum temperature was 66 cleg, (recorded \on the 12th) and the minimun 30 deg. fon the 25th, £5th, and 27th)moan tompRrature, 44 8 don. Hain •fell during 0 days (July 14, 17.18, 20. 23, 28, 29, .30, and 81), yielding 5i$ points. On 30 days there .•were westerly winds, and on one day a southerly . wind. The barometer roao from 27.74 to 28.62.

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St. Jude's Band of Hope. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 4 August 1906

■St, Jude's Band of Hope. •On Monday night tho weather waa moBt uninvit ing and many were unable to attend tho monthly ineeting. Tho children responsible for thu pro grams however, mustered in groat forco and gave a ■good hour's entertainment. All ebow signs of eare lul training and their rocitations and part singing were much enjoyed. Tho Rev. E. Hargrave occu pied the chair and gave au educative address, one of a series, on the Now Liquor Act. Mr Carr Boyd kindly oamo to Ring, the boyy being specially de lighted with his rendering of " The Admiral's Broom." During the evening tho members of tho Band o! Hope presented their hon. secretary, Miss Bose Morgan, with a token of their regard which t.->ok the form of a silver nhoe lift and but'oi hook £u a dainty case. Tho following words had been beautifully written on a large card surmoumcd by • sprays of spring flowers, all the work of Lindsay iSoutter, one of the members u Dear Miss Morgan,—We, the members of tlu iBowral Band of Ho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 4 August 1906

POSTPONED to Saturday, Ah H Sale to pressure of business.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 4 August 1906

Warm, Debilitating Weather Many people, after a long spall, of oppressive heat, suffer from lassitude, less of spirits, and a genera! "run dosvri" feeling., They noed a courso of Ayer's Sarsapa- /yJj tilla, a modicino iJ/Jf which has. revived yj,v andrestorod to not ive life and health ;; thousands of ouch flufforors. A who rooontly ro- XcJifalf turned to England ' ■ Sxom South Africa writes concerning this "wonderful medicine "Whilo in Capo Town thopastsum mer I suffered greatly frum tho long continued boat. I wns completely worn out; my blood seemed to bo como aa thin as water, and X lost all energy and interest ia Hie. lily frienda yeooinruendod and a courso of thia wonderful incdi eino restored my health and spirits. My husband suffered in the saino way its I did, and ho also was groatly beno fttod from tho use of Ayor'B Sarsa parilla." Thera are many Imitation SarsaparUlas. Bo cure you get "AVER'S." Prepwe^by Dr. J. C. AyerdCo., Lotoll, Mm.,U.S. A. AYS&'S riLLO, th«b«t*...

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Social and Presentation. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 4 August 1906

Social and Presentation. An exceedingly pleasant evening was spent in. the Oddfellows' Hall, Moss Vule, on Tuesday last, when the members cf tho Musical Spcicty tendered a social evening to their esteemed accompanist, Miis Allman, a number o£ friends being Also invited to be present. Tho night passed all to quickly, in danc ing, interspersed with songH and. recitations, and the goe^t.of the evening was ablo. to judge, from, the hoarty manner in which those present en.tered into the spirit of the proceedings, o£thp esteen\ in, whi.ah. ehe was held, and the' value which7 waa placed on her Borvices to the society since its inception. The president, Br. H. Leighton-Jones, acted in the ca pacity of chairman with very great success. The musical- and; other itema were much enjoyed* Songs wero rendered (it intervals by Mrs. MoGarry, Misses M. Frasor, Salmon, Lainbort and Bayloy, and Messrs. E. E. Row, D. Cowper, P. C. Beer, N. Pon d6r, C. Jones, Bruco, and 0. C. MeGarry, < whilst...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 4 August 1906

la the Home. A. (coling of security and freedom tcoitt anxiety-, pervades the home in which Chamberlain's I'aiiv Balm is kept "constantly on hand. A touch ofr Rheumatism, Neural-jiu, an attack. of Headache,; Uaraehe, Toothache, a- Sore Throat - whatever tbo: trouble i«t, Chamberlain's tfain Balm drives away lha pain at once an.I cures tho disease quickly. Firak application rivos relief. Fur sale by D. Mjrga^n Ch>euui&. * .

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The Council, the Shire, and the Road. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 4 August 1906

The Council, the Sltfre,, and the lload. The Government has set aside £50,000 as a grant to the municipalities.; The municipalities have a, hard row to hoe. They. are confronted with difficulties in every quarter. Seeing that the municipal councils do. valuable work without charge for their services, it js right ar\,d proper that the State should lend them, a hand, in the-discharge of their important work.' Aldermen are riot paid for the discharge of their duty as members of Parliament are paid ; and all the rnose on this account should the pubilc be prepared to support their disinterested efforts.-in the. common interest. We cannot imagine any. better disposal of £50,000 of the .surplus which Mr. Carruthers has somewhere within the precintcs of the.Treasury, than, in the di rection, of helping the .municipalities to conduct their affairs aright. There is the further sum of £29,900, rwhiph -is . to be handed over to the shire councils in addi tion, to the statutory subsidy. To, no b...

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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 4 August 1906

Oilicial Correspondence. Mr. McCourt, M.P., is in receipt of the following correspondence, and has for warded it for publication :— MORNING. TRAIN TO SYDNEY. Sirt—I have to acknowledge the receipt of yotir letter of the 25th inst. relative to. the acceleration of the train from Moss Yale, which now arrives ia Sydney at 9.40 a.m , and in reply to say the matter will he looked into and I will write yon again, late* on.—H. McLachlan, Secre tary. . ■ ■ ■/.' Mr. McGourt informs us that he is en deavouring to have the train altered so as tot reach Sydney not later than 9,15 every day for the convenience of business men.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 4 August 1906

4rc Yon Coughliig Yet? It is unwis* to lot your cough, run on, for this, frequent coughing naturally inctvaara tho irritation; of tho bronchial pos-agea* You aro wondpriu# v<hat}; we. take—nupposo you try ohamborJaiu'fl Cou^h Remedy tlya time. It ha^ roliove'l others, and wilfc velieve you. Plea-ant to take—sootliing Jaud. boal ing. For wile by D. Morgan. Ohoinint.

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"His Majesty, The Man." [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 4 August 1906

"Ilia Majesty, The Man." We have received from the oflSV'e of the People's Reform League, Sydney, the copy of a book on socialism, entitled "His Majesty, the Man," by Colonel G. \V. Brl!, the -^-newholectufecU.n Bowral and Moss Vale quite recently. The book is as enthrallhV-C reading as the lecture was to listen to,

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Hospital Ball. IN AID OF THE MITTAGONG BED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 4 August 1906

Hospital Ball. IN AID OF THE MITTAQON'U BEI>. The principal social event at Miltagong—the an nuil IhiIS to rai-p fun is for tniintaining tho Mitta 0 >ng IJed in the Herrima District Hospital — bas oncc rqort been marked with complete success. The bail ^is held in the Canteibuiy Hall, which proved mjch too small to accommodate the numorou.3 ob.iipany who on VYodneaday'night assembled with? in -iti walls. It is computed that there were 100 coupled present. Tho arrangement? \yuro complete iu every detail, and they were also far-reaching, aa proved by the fact that parlies of dancers wore pre-; Bent from Bowra'l, Oo!o Yalo, Lower'Mittagong, and other parts. Then, too, these annual events }iava a fascination for the youth'and beauty of the ctiBr triot which is quite irresistablu. Whether it is that ihey become singled out as boing a little, moro bril liant, or jolly than tho ordinary social evenings, or whether the thought that "it in for tho hospital" is responsible for the swelle...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 4 August 1906

... t—MfB———Bga NEVER KNOWN 1'0 KAIL. ;.*y-v"; : Mr. G. S; Fitzwalter, Chnrlcville ;(Q.j, \vtiie* : — •VI have.iuuohpleasuro in .testifying to the excellent qualities of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera, and Diarr hoea Remady, having'On several •ccuaionH expori cnced most bonoUcual results. Have o,lao reaom mended it to many people suffering from bower com. plaints, diarrhjOPR, and dysentery, and havonevor known it lo fail. -For sale by P. Morgan, Chemiflfc i Farm implements and produce, at: low i rates, at Hill Bros., Bowral. : i ^or Cluonic Gbesi Oomptaints, - i * \\r qodaV G.ccat Pejiyi'vuiuit, Cuc;o. . \a 6,J. ...

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A Successful Student. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 4 August 1906

\A. Successful Student. Man! er Tom Yeo, son of Mrs. J. Yeo, of Moss Vale, who recently beaded the list in the wool-classing examination held at Mobs Vale under the auspices of the technical college, is now reaping the reward of hie studies, in tlmt he has been selected as one of fifteen students to. visit various sheep sta tions throughout the str.to, under the control of the chief wool-alossor, to reoeive praotioal instruction. The students left on Monday for Gogeldrie station, ou the Murmmbidgee, where a period of six woakd will bo speut in the shearing sheds. After thin othor large stations, will bo visited, the trip extending probably till Christmas. The studenti will receive 30s por week each and expenses. Our young friend's success should encourage other youths and young men in the distriot to adopt a course of study in wool-olassiug. They should lose no time in making up their minds, however, as Mr. HawkeBworth intends no discontinue the local olasB at the end of the quarter...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 4 August 1906

Pol' ClIiiMrinS} liackmg'CiiUjjIi hi Niulii, AYooita (Iteut IVi'iiunnmi U'.iu'. • It, G l. Hiosvl\Q*r^l, "lot cUnlnnjj,,

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Moss Vale Band Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 4 August 1906

Moss Tale Band Committee. Tho above oommittoo met on Wednesday evoning last. Prosent: Dr. Leighton-Jones (chair), Messrs. E. E. Row, F. M. Uarman, and Wado. An apology waa received from Mr/J. Kicholls (hon. eco). Tho correspondent included a letter from the Wollondilly Lodge offering tl\e use of tho room for practice' on Friday nights; alao a letter from tho Friendly SociotiesVUmon, inviting tenders for'the serviocs of the band at .their annual demonstration. It was decided to reply thanking tho Union for their invitation, but stating it was riot intended to submit: a tender. 'Tho treasurer's financial statement phowed the receipts ninoe last n\ce^int< to have boon £'2 13«, and that after paying current cxponsoa the overdraft lmd been reduced to JCfi 9s 51. Tho bandmaster auhmittnd a report showing that all the instruments were in good order with tho exception of one. As this inatrumpnt was not needed, it was decidod to leave tho matter or repaira in abeyance. - It was re...

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BULLIO BURRAGORANG ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 4 August 1906

--BULLIO BURRAGORANG ROAD. Public Works Department, Sydney, 261I1 Jnly, 1906.—Sir,—with reference to the lettclr of 25U1 ultimo, presented by you ffom Mr. VV. Malcolm, of Wansandetry, Mitta«onK, urging expenditure 011. road J from Bnllio'road to Malcolm's, I have the honor by direction of the Minister to:; in form you it is considered that the present traffic requirements are not sufiyjent to justify further-expenditure on this road,— j W. J.' I^an.va, Acting nnddr-Secret^ry.

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