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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 April 1906

«v ii V . A , WOiV) AIS LOOK OLD SOONER THAN A MAN? (V'hy dob* 3 woman's. health so often bre;i k an e.uly age? Put a j:-an >t a i.a/.hmg tub, lot him get heated with thi ii»it, nv.w until every pore is opvni-d, tit a let him r-md over tlu fiHhy s'eam lh.it comts from. T^.tkV'ttg. nnd boi ;ng clothes. and hW health i crt inly won hi break down byio:c ic;".£\ and yetlh's teriu.lt; ordeal Is' curtly what >. woman has. to go through oa wa.>h!n>; dayt:;'■• :uyd'be$tJ?¥* white overheated at the network she has to i;i .»: .her Th'c h\* !£omg. out i» tb open air to- Lang up clothes.' Theue fc.cir which arc known to every honsef;eep..r roadily explain why so pjany vvonir-n look . whii-jyet young in .years, and i:U)':vc;an:i.aiv." buards ot hcaich cannot dra-v attention tow str- iV.Ay to t e injurious eilcci* o£ the usu *. way of washing, with Us. nfl.rcsi'iry steam aii<"> scalding or boiling" to get the clothes purr andswevt. Fortunately this trouble can be : avoi....

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The World of Dress. AUTUMN FASHION. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 April 1906

Tha World of Dj»ess, (By Ambkosise.) ■ AUTUMN FASHION, Every year removes from tfce world of dress sou\e' familiar fashion so well known that li seems as if it formed part of ourselves. In the course of time it nevertheless yanislies and another rep'aeeslt, which, while exciting our curiosity, helps us to forgijt its prodeofa aor. Among the moat charming'of tha riov; nutumn dress materinla the soft, Judefinito tartan tweeds must ho rcokonedi but thuy 1U'0 really not seen at their best until made up. New embroidered cashmeres are (also well (o the foro. Wine color is. prominently shown, hilt i( is impossible to single out a color as being the best this season;-us it is more, perhaps, in tho color schemes that I notice tho oxcollejoo oi tho fashions of tho hour. ' 'l'horo can bo. low members of tho fair . bo? who. nre not just now contemplating an addition ta theiif wardrobe in tho ohupu vi ono or;two skirls or ft blouse to carry tbern through tho early antumn. Tho ready-made coat3 an...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 April 1906

' General. lews. Serious fighting bus 'taken place in Ntital betvven the Government troops anil natives. En (lira in tho Gre'ylown district, Natal, at tacked a field furce pursuing the rebelchief, Bambnttn, and cut off portion of it, Bam batlu, has v,'rocked two farms, ransacked an hotel, and out the telegraph lilies. Hia fol lowers vowed vengeance against, the "black d igs," manning the loyal natives. Nagwata ba, whom Bomlmtlauiptim-d, is nh intensely I " al chief, and was wounded before liy: was tillCHI). Residents of Ziou City threaten to expose the Rev. J. A. Dowie's polygamous teaching anil to make oth.T grave revelations. Beiten, who was entombed for 23 days in the Courrieres mine, lived 011 coffee,.braii-ly, nnd water, and bread found on di'acl bodies. Berton said he tried in vaiu to find an use to commit suicide when he abandoned hope. Crowds Aif women at the pit's mouth men. ace the engineers,, whom they accuse of cow ardice in the work of rescue. The Yakagir tribe in Easte...

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The Great Stadion. BY A BANKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 April 1906

The Great Stadibn, By a Banker. Amongst the \vondcrsoft|ie modern world therestoration, or rather re-erection, of the ancient Stadion at Athens takes a promi- | nent place Constructed wholly of pure garble. which in the brilliant .sun. glistens iti.clasKlinf* whiteness, this wonderful! and magnificent structure, though not con structed on the palatial model-of the Komari Coliseum, yet probably, with per haps the exception of the Circus Maxi mus, no budding of its kind ever erected either in ancient or modern times exceed ed this amazing and stupendous circus in magnitude and in pomp, its long serried rank^ of marble seats rising tier upon tier, tier upon tier, upwards, and still upwards, towering towards the.wonderful azure of the Grecian skies. : But although a somewhat arduous un dertaking to ascend to the topmost tier, the prospect from that dizzy height well repays the exertion. First and foremost .the astonishing proportions of the vast buildiug itself claim the attention, so i...

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FINIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 April 1906

FINIS.1 ' Tho greatjlatUes v left their... carclago at the ond qf 'the, street: :They;,wero nnxious to avoid any thing that might' savor of ostentation.' . v;,., Tlie.v wero very beauiiful, and thei:' manners wero: most,.' charming. : No matter how ..poor: tho house,; or how dirty, they .went a full yard, ovor tho threshold,. .When ' they camo across h rfico,, clean'" baby, theiy kissed it. The' ^irty babiq.4 had to be content with a ra,diaht_!«wi)e. " " " ' ' The last houso i on;, the right-hamd. _hide rather frightened them. Tho'front door stood: wide ope&v. but thp.y could; seo nobody: withinrj Across tho' win dow of the- bedroom a ragged coun terpane had boen.pinned. . The third knock brought an answer. Tho-woman of the-hou.se came ddwn the; stairs, and stood, in the middle of ;tho room, staring! She was white, anil thin, and sullen-looking. "Oh, good afternoon," ono of the ladies I egan. "May we come in if you;re not very busy? We' won't ikeep you a moment." "What d'yer...

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FEMININE GLAMOUR DYING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 April 1906

' feminine glamour dying. The glamour ot femininity liAa de parted- Among many contributing causos may be, included the guine of hockoy. What-man with an ounce of the poet lu liim—and what is; a man. worth as a lover '-without; that ounces could watch the maiden •<>£. his'dreajns 'legging across a muddy ' field in -flat-' soled shoes and thlcUly gaitered 'anklos: • without'Suffering a severe disillusion?— '/Madame.'!, r. i I St.'Petersburg Is to have a school of j /agriculture:for. women only. 7 It the' half-million bricks so far used I .■In the erection of the new Out-patients' , Block'.were placed end _ to end .they would , scarcely eqiial the" total length of all the vermiform -appendices which i M r has leiuoved by operation in the course of I ho last docndo. Bar-. I •tholoroew's .Hospital-Journal." 1

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TRANSPORT ON FIRE. HEROIC RESCUE EFFORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 April 1906

TRANSPORT ON FIRE. UK no IC RESCUE KFFORTS. From San Francisco on 1st February, the correspondent* of the London "Daily Mail" wrote:— ' • Whilevthe transport Meade was lying at the..foot of Folsorr. street fast, night, preparing to sail for Manila with a thousand troops and-supplies;'lire was -discovered in the hold. •Officers'and men were sleeping, and when- they were aroused the flames had spread, to. every- part of the ship. The | men were quickly landed, andthe | alarm given in the city.; Every, avail able fire engine and .fireboat hurried to | the vessel, the soldiers asisting the.fire i men in .fighting the. flames. * . |( ' Eight hundred: barrels of- lime stored i In .the''hold caught fire, and the men ir we're constantly driven back by the'poi sonous fumes,-while the smoke was'so ' dense-that those who attempted to res-, i cue their comrades fell unconscious. ^Others staggered about like drunken 5 men. \ ■ - • . \r* Deeds of the greatest heroism marked the early scenes; At t...

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THE REFORMERS OF PERSIA. REPORT EXAGGERATED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 April 1906

THE REFORMERS OP PERSIA. . .REPORT- EXAGGERATED. v ; ' Router's Agency-is requested by the Persian Legation: to-state that tlie news published^ in .St., Petersburg. and ...re-' cently-.rein'oduced.in some of tlie Lon don n.ipers.- to the effort ":ilunit :l thousand merchants' niiil mullahs - had left. .1 cheran.in order to-protest against thoigovernmeiH of tlie Shall," and- that his Imperial Majesty, "with a-desire'to avoid disorders anil bloodshed, effected ■;( compromise with litem on the basis of tlie convocation of a representative •Assembly."'1 and that ."this Assembly is to be known as the.-House.-of Justice," iS"Somewhat exaggerated and inaccu rate.'; " '. ■ -. • . • there were no merchants whatever concerned iu the matter; neither was, there .any cause for an intention,of'pro test'! against the Government., 'l'lio- In-; formation ls apparcutly based on.a dis pute which lately arose amongst a sec tion of the mullahs, some of whom, to the number, of forty- or--titty, fearing t...

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UNDER THE SURFACE ALSO ABOVE IT. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 April 1906

UNDER THE SURFACE • ALSO ABOVE IT. Mr Dion. Clayton. Cqtthfop. writes: In t&e "Daily Mail":— 1 . „ ....... QaRtiiii--BuU(lu61i-sujpi1Iaod:-"' me; this' other evening by admitting that:he. hjul nover> 'travelled on the Under ground Railway. I . looked a,t- my- watch- and .found' that .it. still panted, iivo minutes . to eleven. . . "Why not: ;tOrnight?'.',: X . said.] 'and; if you.havc eyes to .see, you ;Will ; see' ■all . that: ma'n.i is".and :■may: be;. tragedy and,,- comedy.: - haunt; railway .'earri ag-es.," • ' ■ ./'Dash- lriy'-wi'g if I won't!" said ho. What; with .-nil' the' talkvand- writing on; this ivurj' pointy/l-a«ervi;miist. set-, tie it ;for- myself." ; : * . '■ Thd'i'tsult 'cl'j.Uiis . resolution found the Captain, not jniichlat'er^in llie. evening, > fit; Higli street tveiiBhigton station',- with ai.tickei. in his hand for Westminster. Bridge.'' • The train:1 .moved 'into the station like,a liery serpent; -{Ite Chpliain took his v seat,: aiidj, as'-the- ...

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THE SUSPICIONS OF JANET. A BRIDE'S CONFIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 April 1906

[THE SUSPICIONS OF JANET. BRIDE'S CONFIDENCE. The little bride sometimes soared into the clouds, borne on the wings of her philosophies. These same were, hots be fore marriage, and 'marriage had brought some with It. Janet-was fond of setting forth one bit of philosophy which was merely good sense trans formed by the clever manipulation of words into its more pretentious relative. "So many-wives," she would say, with charming candor, "dislike to have their husbands notice •, other women. Now, I should be disappointed If George did not notice a pretty face and figure." .,. At this point she was always prepared •to see her listener's start of surprise arid rather puzzled expression. "Actuallydisappointcd;" she would. • repeat, "for L should think it; no com-, pliment'to me' to be chosen- by a man who would not know a pretty girl it she stood before htmT I should be glad to ! know- that my husband had -liked. many pretty girls, so that I could feel gratified that he had' picked me out....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 April 1906

■ - BETTER THAN DISCOUNT. - - • ANDREWS & CO.'S f 4Cp ® p I ¥© «?■*■ HP vO'i fl ffj®>\ i r" '% jgtattelfet vi'j 3 WEEKS Commencing SATURDAY, FEB, 24* &pend Five Shillings Cash and yoa got a present; spend Ten Shillings and yon get a better, and for every . addition Five ^hillings the value increases. SE& OUR WINDOW FULL OF PRESENTS. BOOTS, CROCKERY, ANQ •/.lRONMONGE"RY ONLY, [Kstabi.xsiied 1872.] J. G. MORRIS & CO., A HOT ION KICKS AN 1) V AI, U ATO ItK, HOU.SK, IiAMI), A N't) EHTA'i'iO AG IS NTS. Agents (or Auairulmir Mutual Fiiu Itieumiioe Co. „ Victni'iu-Firo Insurance Co. Colonitil Mmnul Lite A-Hurnnce Society. Minto Sind I'ib nml futility Farm, ,, Gritliili and Allen,, Pulonl Atturnuys. Gnoda received at our Knoms for Private or Auction Hale. An mtnic! ivn list of freehold 1'rojiortias (or Sale, C. II. Mahlead, ARCHITECT, *' WKunixoxnN," iiCUUiADQU. Dr. 1L Crawford, , SURQEGN DENTIST, TO rVK HALL, BOW RAT., Xi*wius Oaiilis das' AJininistsica. ...

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CHINAMAN'S FRENCH WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 April 1906

CHINAMAN'S FRENCH.- WIFB.i: i The '.marriage" between a young "lady' belonging to a well-known- family in Paris-and a Chinese diplomatist, which attracted so much attention two years ago, has had a somewhat unhappy sequel. After a short period of happy wedded life in Paris, the couple went to Pekin, where the young wife received anything but a friendly welcome from the man darin's family. The female relatives of her husband quickly made her a butt for their ridicule, her mother-lin-law show ing herself especially tyrannical. They even Induced her husband to marry a young Chinese woman, to whom the young French lady was required to act as a sort of servant. At last the wretched wife contrived to send a letter to her mother, who went off' to China, and has now returned with Iter daughtor 'to Prance. -" ■ ;i!

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The Wollondilly Press (LATE "BOWRAL FREE PRESS"). 14.4.06. Ministering Children's League. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 April 1906

v::fbc. MlallontiUl]) llrcss (Late "Bowral Free Press"), 14.4.06. Ministering Children's League. 1 he annual meeting of the Bowral branch of the above was hold on Tuesday last. f he annual report, which was road and adopted, showed that the league at present consisted of 25 girl members, 25 boy niemborB, and 35 associate tnmabere.. £30 had beon raised during the year from prooeedn of the children's fancy dress ball and jumble stile, and tho financial yr&r cloeed with a credit balance of £54 lis Ud. Thi committee specially thanked Dr«. Vallack and Throsby for their gratuitous professional services to fresh air league patients sent from Sydney during the year. The committee hud had sent from Sydney during tho, year for change of air 7 women with thoir babies, '•10 bhildren, and 2. young girls, while 2 local ohildreo had beeii given change to tho seaside for a moath. A number of children's garments had been made at Iho momhly; sewing meetings and distributed amoogsl the poorer ...

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A ROMANTIC MOTOR DRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 April 1906

A ROMANTIC MOTOR DRIVE. By MORRIS COIiEBORN. Helen Stamford hurried into the noisy bustling station at Ironminster, and, with one glance at the big clock, tore up the grimy stairs leading to the down platform. "The 5.20 to Dullmlnster has Just gone, Miss," the porter said in answer to her breathless inquiry. "Gone?" echoed the girl. "Oh, how an noying! But (hopefully) there's an other train soon, isnVt. there?" "They've token off the..6.10;t Miss, so there's nothing before the 8.15 tHat stops at Dullmlnster.," said, the porter,, civilly,: as he swung.hlmself over the edge of the platform, and, crossing therails,, joined' the group of porters who were waiting 'for ttie>Scotch express, * :^ "That's a little bit of orl right, ain't she?", he remarked, jerking his thumb in : the direction' of Helen Stamford,-, whose trim llgure andvsw.eetiface.-'framedin^a mass of red-brown- hair, wore thrown; into striking relief'byithe;glare. of the■. .station'lamp. ,■-V - ."The,j8;15idocsnHget:to....

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THE HOLIDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 April 1906

THE HOLIDAYS. Following our usual custom, there will be no issue of "The Wollondilly Press"' next Wednesday, in order that our staff may indulge in a little koliday-niakifigi in common with the rest of humanity.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 April 1906

Ilil! Biop., Bowral, for boota, QUI »13 JDIl'I?EUENT. . Tho ordinary ouugh nicdiuino inapr aootbo tlio thruut, but it Una no power to heal; roodvoty in not o aaplotc, and a>oooudultiiok U moro liublo to for i>«r. Clmtnborlaiu B Couyh Romodjr-w quit© diffoU on I, botmuifd it a<>t only soother, but also horilfl, so that th© ntfeotoi purtrf a«o iwlnrod to a hoalthy con dition,Hud the'ditnfcor. of u Tutureattack Is rcmoYod. lr0r Bulo'by 'U» Herges, ClioiuiaU

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Dog-Poisoning Must Cease, [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 April 1906

Bog-Poisoning Must Cease, Yen, this cruel, wilful, and pernicious pr^ctico of poisoning off the moat valued o.tinine pets of our district must cease, for public opinion lius decreed it—and enraged public opinion is some thing to be reckoned with, especially if it has money and influence at its back. We are pleased to heal' that sevornl local residents have set to work in H very determined manner to ran to. oarth tho despicable poison fiend who is at present at laryu, and who may rest Assured of a \variii reception when caught.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 April 1906

.JUST wru l' KV'KRrON" E StOULD l/>. §3 Mr. »S. Ct. Atnthor, p'oprletor l'Chro»iolo,VV K -r m\nton (Q blwnys ki-op* a bot'K* of Chiunborlain's Colio, Cholera,.; ami Di irrh' ca Remedy ut .liaud, roa«ly f»»r com-^oiioy, (or tliero U no tolHh<f wbon it may be nuoticd. IIo auyn"It "completely cured mo of chronic dyaonterjvffoui which I Uad suffered for yoHM. I. foci confident thuit. Ohiuub'orl.tin'a Collu, Choleta, Hud Biarrlioea Rnmcdy naved tholifo of my infuut daughter, .who,, when teeihirg', wan nuv(vvolv aituokcd with diarrboaa, and wax irivun up by thu dijcwra.'' Kyc tjalo by U.• &Jor#(\u,..QliouiUl.

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Bowral Police Court. ALLEGED ASSAULT AT BURRADOO. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 April 1906

Rowral Police Court. ALLEGED ASSAULT AT B0RRADQO.. At the Bowral Police Court on Tuesday li£»t, before Messrs'. Maitland, P.M.. and R. S. Mackenzie, J.P., Francis Carroll Haddocks pro ceeded against Horaoe B. Woods on a charge of assanlt. Mr. Oxley appeared for the cojuplain unt, tiiul Mr. McCoy of Sydney for tho defend ant, who pleaded not guilty. Kraricis Cii'ruU Haddocks deposed that lie owned Burradoo Park, which he leased to George Ilenry Duff. A sum of £0 13s owing, he took a bailiff with him on 22nd March to distn\in on goods found on the promises. He found preparations going on for a sale to take ! place that day. He went to sit down on tho verandah when defondant, who, was there, said, | You cannot sit down on those cliaira. Mr. aid-. Jiey afterwards brought him a chair from the I house. While h$ waa speaking to Mr. Sidney defendant came. near him and said, in a thrbat eniiigjiittitude, if you were a younger man I'd hit yo.u Later, when partakingof luncEwith Itjr. Sid noy, ...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 April 1906

General News. E. W. Harriman, the. great railroad operator of America, is a small man, very slightly built, narrow-chested, delicate in appearance. At his desk he is a regular whirlwind for energy. He goes through his correspondence and through the hun dred reports that reach him at a pace that is not rivalled at any office on Wall street—the region of speed. His sten ographers must keep the pace. He has a small army of them, and, report says, they work in relays. He can keep them all busy.. He is one of the most rapid think ers in the street, and his action is as quick as his thought. Probably the most sumptuous and ex pensive-book that has ever been published since the invention of printing has just ibeen" issued from the press of Theodore De Vinne &' Co., New York. It consists of two volumes weighing 124 lbs. It is bonnd in full green levant, with exquisite tooling. The title is "Catalogue and In vestigations in Jade, published by Herber B. Bishop, New York, 1906." The ed...

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