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Improved Telephone Service. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 8 August 1906

Improved Telephone* Service* Evidently as a result of repeated repre-., sentations, the postal authorities have - decided to so far meet the public conven ience as to provide a separate room at.the Moss Vale post office for the exclusive use of the telephone service. The room will be,of medium dimensions, and thc„ public will have access to it through a door leading from the main office.' This, concession should prove quite a. boon to those who have occasion to use the ser vice. Messages have in 0>e past been aU most imperceptible at times by the general, public even amid the' most tranquil sur-. rouhdings, whilst with the ordinary street traffic and the transaction of postal busi- ; ness the task of interpreting the messages tfas oftentimes despaired of. - Bowral is still at the inconvenience 'of. having to shout, its telephonic messages1 in'tones that may be heard afar off, in order that they may secure a hearing at the other end. Such conditions should1 not be'allowed to remai...

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 8 August 1906

It's Getting Cold. MAKE YOURSELVES SNUG FOR THE WINTER BY GETTING YOUR Blankets, Flannels Jackets, Winter' Underwear New D ress Goods Men's, Boys' and Youths' Clothing Boots and Shocks J. B. ANDREWS & CO.. BOWRAL,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 8 August 1906

THE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY of SYDNEY, Ltd. [Eer.iDT.isuED 1831.] Capital paid up £1,000,000 Reserve Fund 1.115,000 Keserve Capital 1,000,000 £3,115.000 ' ntRKCTong.. 0. J. Cohen, Keq., Chairman; Hon. fr. E;Kater, M.L.C., Deputy Chairman. Hon. Henry tfoBea,' M .Ii.C. . Hon. Richard Jonis, M.Ti.C. Hon. F. T. Hanipbory, II L C. . iUUITOKS. . E. S. Capo, Epq., '.V. L, Dooker, Esq. HEAD OFFICE, OEOIiGE-ST, SYDNEY. T, A. Uibba, General Manager. T. B. Gndon, Assistant Manager and Chief Inspector. A. J. Soutar, Aocountant. . W.C.B.Tiloy, li.H. Massie, W.H.Pinhey, Inspectors! INTEREST BATES ON FIXE® DEPOSITS. H per cent, for G monthe. - 3"per c«nt. for 12 months. S per cant. f#r 2 years. ■ LONDON OFFICE, 18 BliiCHlN-TjANB, B.C. Sir«ctors—F. H. Dangar, Esq.; Beun W.' Lovy, Esq.; Hon. II. S. Littlitsn. • Managor—F. A. Sorivenor. Brandies throughout the State of Kew South Wales and in Queensland. .Agencies throughout the world. Bowral Branch, GAVIN GEOKGE, Manager. H. EsSiilflE, STOCK AGENT...

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The Wollondilly Press (LATE "BOWRAL FREE PRESS"). 8.8.06 Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 8 August 1906

. V folic ttailntoilln %)tcss (l,ate "Bowkal' Free Pj<hss"). '8.8.067" X40c.il: i\;n(I Gionei'i\l, ,k There-is now a local tuner here: .Mr. Arthur Chesterton (from London);' has talc'cirup- his- residence in Bowral as a pianoforte and organ tuner and practical ma'chinistvand bespeaks support. L,ocal: price for'tuning ios 6d.* The sports which were tcrlvive. hecn -he)cl:thi& afternoon at Qaklands, NJitta gong;;have been indefinitely postponed. ""A Trip to-Old-Ireland " is the subject, ofa^lantem' lecture to- be givon in the -Methodist: School' Hall tins Wednesday, etvdhiqg, and will be repeated at' Mitta on Thursday evening. Musical items-will: be interspersed. Admission, silver cpin: Far Cliroitfa Chest Complaint", WooiIb" Grout t'epimiiuint Cure. • la Gil. Don't forget' the grand social in the Q ldfellows' Hall, Rowral, to-morrow (1'bnrstlay) evening, in connection with thtf G^tfO.O.l7. Ticl?ets;are Felling well for the lienefu concert tp b.e tendered to Mrs. Bal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 8 August 1906

ICoatl to Uiiin. Begius whon consumption and bfliouRncss (astou. tli'mnotcos on'* jdu; ftfd drair down your health., Clmmborhiin's Stoinaoh and Liver 'JTiiblct* euro tboHo.' dis^rderH, and euppossfully buiM np yhur strength, apd health. Fur salt? by D. MV>riran. Chcmlat. -

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BOWRAL v. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 8 August 1906

. BOWRAL. v. SYDNEY. Mr. A. V. Milliard's team-;of1",golfers, ' from Sydney, were again': successful in'-: their '.match against Bowral on -Monday; winning by 7 'boles to 3: .In .fairness ;to » our district players; however; it > may ;<bc.-' remarked-that' the visitors7comprised'- oney of the strongest combinations of city-play.^ |rs,'. which :lws-' visi ted the a country, andi;> regarded in thisiight, thestand made by" the locals at Bowral mnst be:regarded -'as excellent, particularly since several of the scores made against theui were only- reg«" islered in the last hole;; after very even play. The.match was played in glorious, weather, whilst Sunday night's shower had put the grounds in .splendid playing-;, order. The visitors were delighted with the links, freely assarting that no other, links in the connSty were kept. in. such' good order, and they made it their busi ness to find the caretaker, Mr.-J Lenton, and personally congratulate him on the c-ire which he...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 8 August 1906

WofiJa* Grout Peppermint Care. For Cousin ami CoHs, novor fails.

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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 8 August 1906

Official Correspondence. , Tho Hon. W. MuCourt, M.l\, in in vecoipt of I lib following communication, and has forwarded aamo fot.publicatiou:— * • " Public Works Departroont, Sydney, 3(Hh July, 1900.—Sir,—Willi reference to tho letter of .tho 5lh in'st.fc presented by you from the Biirrawms Vi«il anoe Committee, risking for the construction of that portion of the road Blittkencinpp*«t to WilJo'a Mea dow through Messrs. Grioe l»ro?/ property, I have tho honor to inform you that tho Minister ha* ap proved of a grant of £100 for work* tequiiad to make tho road trafiioablo beintf noted for consideration."

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Golf. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 8 August 1906

Golf. On Saturday afternoon last a match'1 was played on the Moss1 Vale links be tween a :Sydney team,.brought up by Mr. A. V. Milliard, and the Moss Vale club,the result being a win for the visitors by .9'' games to 1. Following are the scores MossVaui I t A. G. Millar.. ' 1 y S. B. Innas-Noiil 1 v C. W.'Maraden v 1 v Fit?, \V. Hill .. 1 v H. Ij. Hixaon.. 1 v Gtivin Gcorgs.. 1 v F. S. Mitohelf O v Dr. Stovebspn.:' 1' v Hv O;. Carter . , 1' y -S; B.'Soroggio Svd.mbv. I)r. R. J. I'ope.. II. N. Popu ., 0. Bfm>ling Dr. T. Kirltland A. V. HtlHurd\.• W. H German.. Dr. A. Vorgn . . L. M. Mansfield R. N'. Oangar ... Q. Jk WilUinsoo Totals' 9

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 8 August 1906

Important Jlpoecewiit. Will the Public kindly note that is now under . ■ Hew Msmagiomient , , TAYLOR BROS., Moss "Vale.

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Anniversary Celebrations. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 8 August 1906

AnniYorsavy Celebrations, T!ii narishioners af St. John's Church, Mob1; Vale, celebrated the first anniver sary of the Rev. A. C. Mosley's induction as rector of the parish in a- very hearty manner, Special services were conducted on Sunday by the Rev. A. C. Corlette, of Sutton Forest. There were good at tendances, and the choir rendered' special music, under the leadership of the cliotf-: ijiaster, Mr. A. G. Miller. ANNIVERSARY' SOCIAL. The Centennial Hall was; well filled on Monday evening, whert the anniversary social ancj public meeting was held. \ Willing hands had decorated the interior of the building, an air of sociability being encouraged by the introduction of small tables and an informal arrangement of the chairs. The most hearty goocj feeling prevailed, and the proceedings were signallised by marked success. The Rev. A. C. Mosloy made an excellent chair man, and he had seated with him on the stage the Revs. A. C, Corlette, H. W. Mullens, and J. H. Craig, and Messrs. 15, ...

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Bowral Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 8 August 1906

JBowral I'olice Court. At'the ahovn court yo.itoi jiiy, bafora Mr. Maitliiiicl, P.M., H. M. Oxlev pruooedod j against Goorge Ingold (a former tenant of ;■ his) to recover. »" a»!B of £10 for allowed j damages through neglect to work iho farm. Mr. Onley conduoted Ilia own onso, aud Mr, appeared for the defendant. Tho case was intondbd as it oross-iiotion to tho ono rooBiitly heard at Mosa Yale in wliicl^ tho defendant obtained a vovdiat frn'nv tlid" plaintiff for j612 5s 10'i for goods sold and delivi rid. Plaiutifl; gave longthy avulenaa as to tho daiivvje \yhioh he allowed hi? farm tia.l RU3 taiuod.through tho neglect of tile defeodaut to prnjji r v worlt it. ■ • Tlio" p>int having boon raHeq by Mr. PiiinOi 'lla P.M. dimnissod tlie oiiiii', holding that as.ttoro Wiis nn written Hgroemoufc the defendant was not HiyWo. No costs were allowed. . 1 . ■■ ■ L.owest prices and high quality'goods" —^tliese two factors hive comhined : to. make Hill Uros. the busy commercial ceturc of the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 8 August 1906

11 W^5i * 'N t»sa!a^^05idi£iiii;-j,3i. ,.3»..-.. // 8 A iSviravalani thai is xiicdicinaS jr* its adiion aiyi2 is £?diredl heaiili ^promoter is worthy of;ali men's ds"in.Kta!ig''f m' j& It S3 braciiijg, and has curaiive e'fetl in ..n? Kidney, Bowel, and ' Urinary Affections. : Hill Bros., Bowral—the leaders in fashion. Their stock of drapery, etc., keeps pace with the seasons. : '■ A Life Silver. Tho Federal Govctrnuvnt compels .nil vessels to carry 1ifo-savi*ig npparatuvbrit it is the luvo/for their uluMron tiuifc parents to 'always have' Chambtrlain\-i Couj/h lVmorly at. hand to give tboir 'li-tlo ouf* when attacked with croup. Mr.\WV A. IVake, M »««». Uurker (S.A.). «*aa ptoparoJ. Say* Kg hnyo al vftva conaulorcd Chftinburla;»'a* ,Cough Roiudy tl>a beat -ooiiirb -> mixture in. tlio rua k t. iiiul iny v-uvui o-jperienho nm prepared f«» say that it lias no equal. I iirinly believe that. by the lim ty u.ib of CliamsMJvlnma Cou^h "Ronujdjr wo/ sftvcfl »ho life of our. cM...

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Exeter. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 8 August 1906

Exeter. The monthly meeting of the Tenv perance Society was held on' Saturday evening last, Rev. A. C. Corlette being in the chair. The hall was filled with a' most appreciative audience, and a long: programme was carried'out; After hymn' arid prayer, a pianoforte solo "Just before the Battle," was played by Ivy LinklateK Maude Bunker recited "The -Nervous Girl," very nicely; and' then; the s&Jg what shall we do," was sung by . Elma Collins, Stella Bunker, and Cecil Hall witK'appropriate action: A very amusing dialogue "A cure' for tramps," was ren dered, characters being taken by Misses Jackson; Linklater, M archie; Messrs. Elliott and Smith. Several part songs were given during the evening by adults. Action songs, "Jack and Jill," "The Moule," "Three Grey Geese," weve well rendered by the children. A di&logue by Austin and Ernie Neville proved one of the best items of the evening. Charlie Elliott recited "When the working guild meets." A dialogue, "The Dr's Patient...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 8 August 1906

"I had a very severe lung trouble and -was so ■weak that I could scarcely walk about or talk. All my friends '' believed I could nevor got -well. I then began to take Ayer's Cherry' Pectoral aud immediately felt aiv im provemont. It took only two bottles .. to work a complete euro. - It certainly . saved my lifo." This is one of tliousauds of testi monials to the wonderful value of standard and unrivalod remedy for Slsty years. In largo and small bottles. Beware of imitation so-called " Genuine Oherry Pectoral." Bo suro to get "AYEll'S Cherry Pectoral." Pfepirtdby Dr. J.C. Ajer&Ci)., Lowell, Mast., U. S. A. Pianos Exchanged If yota are mot ©afcis fied wit Si y o r o 1 c3 Fiasco, no! e cfo&ogje 2U for a siew one from P3 S3> ^ Call or write to Paling's, who will tolS you Itov/ to xaaKti J an escchang'i!, mtl at the same time for a Catalogue, lug's | 333 George Si, 65 Sydney " 7.^' . v-S"T^V7 -s.-■•.-/ ;!*< H . lollsis w very large I stocKs. of | Violins a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 8 August 1906

For Bronohial Cou^h" take Woods' Groat Peppermint Cure.

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Edison on the New Yorker. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 8 August 1906

EfTison on the Kew Yorker. Edison has lately let himself go; with a hang on. what lie considers the madness of city rush generally and that of New York particularly. He relentlessly', des pises New York City. He says :— "I loathe its artificial ways of living, its mannerisms, its ways of thought. It has but ihe one redeeming feature, that it is getting so impossible that people must leave it or become crazy. A.man in New York gets down to his office at nine, works until twelve" or one, goes out, takes a cou ple of cocktails, eats a hearty luncheon, hurriedly goes backto hisdesk and works until five or six, hurries uptown, stopping off for one or two more drinks, goes out somewhere, eats an enormous dinner, goes to the theatre, and .then supper after wards, and finally tumbles into bed. It is that type of man who often says to me, 'I don't-see how you stand the strain of working the way yon do, day after day and night after night in the larboratory.' Work ? Why, my work is play compa...

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The Wife's Day Off. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 8 August 1906

The Wife's Day "Off. v The apparently unending character of woman's domestic work is what makes it I get on her nerves in so many instances. In an ordinary, household a man always lias Sunday, the children have Saturdays j and Sundays, and the servants have Thursdays. A household would run niore smoothly if (he wife also took a day off at .regular intervals. ■ Once every week a family could .shift for itself, while the wife went shopping, visiting, or anything - elso she liked without bothering her head about | the dinner or the children, v The rest of i,be establishment could have some fun trying to' show how much better they conlcirun things without her.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 8 August 1906

Rheumatism, Rheumatic (jout, Sciatica, etc., can be POSITIVELY CURED by C'ON.RHEUMAH. . Wo euhranieo th« Diost'oliitin ilo'will qtik'kly yieKt to tlrs worht-rcnowned nirc — CON-llflKtWAII. 3!M:CI.\I/ OFFEK-A. /ull-alaa 7a tU bottle will byM»ntf post £.-c*s. upou rceetpl of postal nolo for Sa. Minora! i*u(lor •sh-Muimhsm. Electric Ll<-ht Buths for Ohesity, fciuUo.l Mubsiifje in p,ll Brnnchc, A PVIOL FK LE. : ■ - e13 rr)m, & i e7vtjb ko, J at 5, LondonBanK .Chamoera,- 57 Market Street, Sydney. HEAX/TEI ^sr. SSOjKMESS. Am offer to-the. Public ismndo~by':" THE1 CASFI CHI J! 1ST," JO) OXFORD STREET, 8VPNF.Y (whose. bu«inc>s has been -eiflhllsheri lor-fiO yfare), to xiv.i.auflc cis in tho Country Towns a (bflnio lor conHtUJiiK lending Specialists mSyducy. Send full.jmrih-uJurs nnd svtiiploms i f vour complaint, nnd encJuso n 2s Cd postal nolo, nnd your cneowill be tre;»kd ronnd -Dtinllv. Your i»cd1eiue;wllM;c inrwAMlcd $y letii'n . oetntfo. Liffcrt nt tnethillsts for...

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Death of Mrs. Baxter. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 8 August 1906

Death of Mrs. Baxter.     The death occurred at Moss Vale at 6 o'clock on Sunday, morning last of Mrs. Eliza Baxter, widow of the late James Baxter, of Burrawang. The deceased lady was 66 years of age, She had for some time been a sufferer from bronchitis, but on Friday night she had tea with her daughter. On Saturday morning she rose as usual and went into the kitchen, but feeling unwell she went back to bed again. Later in the day Dr. Stevenson was sent for, but his medical skill was of no avail, apoplexy supervening. The deceased lady was born in Balsam, Cam- bridgeshire, and came to Auatralia 50 years ago. She first lived at Dapto, afterwards removing to Burrawang, where 20 years were spent, and where, some 15 years ago, her husband died at the age of 54 years. For the past 12 years she had resided in Moss Vale. The deceased was well kn0wn and respected throughout the district. She leaves a family of nine daughters and three sons, the youngest being 18....

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