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

Lowest prices and high quality goods •—these two, '.(actors have combined to' : make Hilt liros. the busy commercial centre of the district. |V>r Cliildfoit's Hacking Cousli <U Slight, \\'o$(3' Giq^t jPe^paimiut Core, y V* ,

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 August 1906

For Bronchial Coughs take ; ^0945' Great Peppermint Cure. ; 15(jU.r \VnoiU'Groat Popiicrmmt Curo. Jfvr Oou^Ua and Oolds(> new fails. - Is (ji. cvrFs^I COUC^ COto^ m jnFuuENe^ JO H N B EAVAN ori'osrn; iui.l uuos,. ijowkal, NHWS.VBENT. TOli.YOCONlST, Ac., Ac. HA1UDKESS1NQ; §M*WAU

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
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B.D.A.H. and I. Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 August 1906

li.D.A.H. and I, Society. Tho monthly meeting ol tho committee was hold at tlio lto.val Hotol, Moss Vale, on Thursday after noon. There was a large attendance of the commit tee, and the chair waa ocoupiod by tbo President (Mr. J. A. Bad'gory. Two lengthy lotterB wore rend from Mr.' W, T. Nixon, in which lio stated that he had been asked to undertake the preparation ol the Argvle Exhibit again this year. Hp aould only undertake it if his expenses wore assured-. Ho intended communica ting with the various societies himself, but he would be glad also if tho local a'oeicty would do tho same. | JEJo suggested that an effort bo made to includp part of tho coastal district in the exhibit, when tho chan ces of sucoess would be greatly strengthened/ Mr. p. A. Badgery said it would be a good' test il only those societies who contributed £5 wore inqiud; ed. '" ■' r' ' ' ' V:': Mr. Richnrdsoh thought tho inoluaion ol the' South Coaat from Wollongong toNmjra was a good idea, bepauao thoy would t...

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
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SERVICES TO-MORROW. Church of England. SS. SIMON AND JUDE, BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 August 1906

S EIt VIO IS S TO-MORKOW. Church of England. BIMON AND JUD15, BOWRAL. pervicea at ii ana v. Holy Communion—1st Sunday in month at 11am, 2nd at 8 a m, 3rd at 7 p rn, 4th at 8 a m,' 5th at - 11am,. Tho Rector. ST. STUPIIES'S, 1IIITAOONO. 1st Sunday in month-r-Mittagong 11 and 7«00 2nd Sunday—Mittagong 11 (u c.) & 7.30, GoloValo 8 3rd Sunday—Mittagong 1L & 7.80 (n.o.), Hill Top 8 4th Sunday-Mittegonp 11 and 7 30. Jellorc 8 Dth Sunday—M'gong 11 & 7.30. Children's Scrvica 8 Itov. 1. J. Heffernan. . ALL SAIKT8, SUTTON FOURST.. ^ / Sutton Forest at 11, communion first Sunday Bundanooii at 3.30, communion third Sunday Exeter 7.30, communion second Sunday : Rov. A. C. Oorlefcte. Roman Catholic Church. powral 9.30, Mittngong 11 and 8.80, Burrawang 11 Soivioo at Bowral evory lrnduy at 7.30 a.m. Rov. J. Carroll. Methodist Church. Bow.ral, Rev J AV Holden 11, Mr W H Jones 7 Mittagong, Mr J Copa 11, Ruv ,J W Holden 7 Moss Vale, Rev .J W Holdmi 3, Rev. C Woodhouaa 7 Balmora...

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

.iSr It's Getting1 Gold. MAKE YOURSELVES SNUO FOR THE WINTER BY GETTING YOUR Blankets, Flannels Jackets, Winter Underwear New Dress Goods Men's, Boys' and Youths' Clothing Boots and Shoes J. B, ANDREWS & CO., BOWRAL. jpAGTS ESTABLISHED AT COURT, In an action, iho cause o( which \yr3 flagrant mis 0ao of our firm name and other grosc miBreprosun jiiuionH by an imiUtinK company,' which wan tried before bia Honor Chief justice J. Madden, K.C.AJ.O., Ii.L.D., in tho Supremo Court, at Melbourne, tho jprorfcaution ehowed ' 1, That Sandej and Sons' Pure Valatflo Eucalypti / Extract contains all medicinal constituents of tho eacalypti, in a highly refined aud pure form. - 2. That it is much moro powerfully healing (anti . septic) than ordinary eucalyptus preparation?. 3*. .That it does not depress tbo heart like ordinary puanlyptua preparation?. ' 4. That in contains no harmful ingredients, and 5. That it is highly commended by many author* - it ies for the lust 30 years'as a s'afo, r...

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 August 1906

HE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY of SYDNEY, Ltd. [Estabmsiikd 183LJ Capital paid up £1,000,000 Reserve Fund .. 1. 115,000 licK-rvc Cupital .. .. . .. 1,000,000. £8,116.000 ninr.CTont, G. J. Cohen. Esq;, Chairman. Hon. IT. Eiltater.M.L.C;, Deputy Chairman. . Hon. Henry Moao.vM^/.C. ' ,- : ' .Hon..Bichard Jones, M.Ij;G. •. Hon. F. T. Hamphcry, il.h C, ACD1TOBS. E.'S. Cape, Es<£.,W. L^Dookcr, Esq. ■l--'-v'HEAD:'OFPIOE,'.OEOBOBJ5TI SYDNEY. 5\-A: Dibbu, General Manager. : T. B. Giiiea, Assistant Manager and Cliief IoBpeotor. A'. J. Soutar, Aocountant. W.O.B.Tiioy, H.H. Massie, W.H.Pinhey, Inspectors. •INTEllEST BATES .ON FIXED DEPOSITS. 11 per ODnt. for 6 months, 3 per eoat. for 12 months. v : 3 per cent, for 2 years, LONDON OFFICE, 18 BIRCniN-LANE, E.C. -Directors—F. B. Dangar, Esq.; Bann W. Lovy, Esq.; Hon. H. S. Littleton. Manager—F. A. Sorivener. "Branches throughout the S.tato of New South Wales and in Queensland. .Agencies throughout tho world. Bowral Branch, GAVIN GEOIIGE,...

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Sports at Mittagong. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 August 1906

■ Sports at Mittagorig; An ^nteroflting. programme of athletic sports has ' boon arrunned Cor. Wedncgluy nfternoon n^xt at V0.ik)an<l8," Mittaaon^', to mark the opening of. tho , cycling eeaaon. The ppoits have been unun^od by tho bigyole and football oluha combined, and, as it is now Home limo pineo an event of u similar nature Wis held at Mittauoug. thct.' should be a large at$eu dnnoo of the public. The prngrarvuuo uf uvonta aud other particulars aro advertised.; i;

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
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The Wollondilly Press (LATE "BOWRAL FREE PRESS"). 8.11.06. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 August 1906

She USallnntiHln Dress' (Late "Bowral Free PrEss"). 8.11.06. Local and General. There is now .1 local tuner here. tyjr. -Arthur Chesterton (from London) h,as taken up his residence in Bowral as a pianoforte and organ tuner and practical piachinist, and bespeaks support. Local price for tuning 10s 6di* ^ The nett proce.edu ol the lato Iiospitnl bftU (it Mil • togoni; amounted to £80, which 13 very, satisfactory, Mr. 0. C. McGarry, telegraphist at tho Mooa Vale pout office,-tins.changed places with Mr. J. Uren, of the heart oQico, lor u period of three months."' ; Mr. ,T. O, Miller, vflio liaa resigned from tho po.ai f 1011 of headmaster of tho Sutton CoreBt publto school, will bo succeeded By Mr. Akenian, of Bloom lltll, near O'Connall, who will probably taico up. his tlutios on Iho liJth instanti , On Tnoedoy,'1th September, n District Court will be hold ot Mpaa Vale. The lout day for lodging plaints is Thursday, lUth.inatarit. • '* . Tondnra nro invited in another column for a riur...

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Democracy and Socialism. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 August 1906

©emccrnro ant) Socialism It was a real treat to hear Cqlonel Bell's lecture on the above subject qn the: 16th ultimo. His exposure of the falla cies of Socialism was a masterly piece- of eloquence; yet it seems as if lie omitted two things which'..might, have been said, First,Ts not the socialistic spirit largely due to the abuse of power and wealth by those who possess these gifts ? H The. " man on the street ". does not reflect very deeply, he sees orily,the bare facts ; and when lie sees men abusing power for selfish ends, and spending wealth op - sel fish pleasure, he naturally flies to the idea of wishing-and frying'to get the power curtailed, and the. wealth better distri buted to meet actual needs. His pro posed methods, uiay be wv?ng, yet he does qo.t reflect on that; all lie wants is a short* put to. remedy, arid knowing the power, which our constitution puts in the hands qf the people by manhpocj suffrage, he thinks he csjn secure h,is end by legisla tion. He loses sight o...

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

Lili-.-. "" 1 1 ■ -!L' -21 — •ft /J. Hal stead, ARCHITECT, :• \Vt|inlN'nTOM," . IIUIUIADOU. Jh\ It, Crawford, SURGEON DENTIST, TO WN If AT, r.i u own A L, Ni^oqa 0*i<1 p Qua Adrninisterci|. Ortjco tfours, ft n.i)i. to 5 p.m. MRS. 8. G. GIBBONS, TEACH Kit Of JprSIQ SINGING, ELOCUTION, AND DANCING. VISITS liOWKAL ])A(LY. XERJ(S OH AITIJCATIQN. BDIIRADOO. geot.e.:vm<MNm A. HUS. T.C.J,. PBOE3?SSOE' OF OTSiC.: liQWIUr, AND M1TTAUONO. . PIANOFORTE, HARMONY, COWPQSrriON, Etc. TERMS ON Al'l'UOATION. [PI J Teacher of Violin. A, B^NETT, Teacher1 of Pianoforte., BUIVRAPOO STHE13T. gOWRAL, Terms on. implication. PR, H, LEIOHTQN 4GMES, DENTIST, Street, MossVal© May be consulted at ... Morgan's Pharmacy fyery Monday Forenoon and_ Friday, Afternoon. J)avid W* ry N|0 N U M E HT A L.: M ASO N,; A&GYLJi STREET\ MOSS: ?HLE, (NPX.T FIRE STATION), ^iTIMJyTEa: EOIt. liuAiaSTONKS ' IN Qli.\NlIBA AN& FuRHfTONB. . ' • PESIG.NS ON APPLICATION.. IissvWonit(Mi\Nsiiif.: CIi...

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EDUCATED MAN'S DISTRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 August 1906

EDUCATED MAN'S DISTRESS: A well-dressed young "man named Alexander TVestwood Stewart, who. said tliat he was related to a former Attor ney-General for Queensland, was' at Barton, In Lincolnshire, lately charged . with sleeping In a shed. He said', that he landed at Grimsby, from Hamburg on Sunday, and was try ing to. get to Leeds, hoping to get into the Church Army Home there. He was ve/y tired, and; sat down to . rest and fell asleep. He was educated at Cam bridge, and had taught In Boulogne; In lils 'possession was an M. A., degree granted In 1900. He had also excellent testimonials, and a passport signed by Lord Lansdowne. ' \ The chairman, Alderman Tombleson, observed that It was a very sad case, and that the bench had no. thought. o£ convicting. Instead he would have much pleasure In giving prisoner two shillings to help him on Ills, way to-Leeds; {r. >

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Bowral Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 August 1906

Bowral Municipal Council. The usual fornightly meeting of the above was held on Thursday evening last when there wcro present: Aid. H. M. Qsley (Mayor), It. S. Macken zie, J. J. Campbell, A. S. Vallack, Jos. Stokes, and W. Savell. ' Correspondence. The Hon. W. MoComt wrote stating that the day after the Supply Bill was passed he wrote to the Minister for Works for a grant of £200 for the bridge at the railway, and reminded him that it was really necessary. Ho also' pointed out that the council had absolutely no money to repair or renow it. In connection with the'same matter the Public Works Department acknowledged the rcceipt ol the coun: oil'B request for confederation when tho special ino» nicipal grant 0/ £50,000 was being mado available. From Mr. J. Cope thanking the council on behalf of the Bowral Town Orchestra for granting the ton}* porary use of lodge voqm for rehearsal^. Mr. H. O, Kotton, Temporary Shire Clerk, wrote notifying that tho Minister had approved of tho rontal of...

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NEW LINE TO THE PERSIAN GULF. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 August 1906

NEW LINE TO THE PERSIAN* GULF. \ The Hamburg-Amerilca Line is starting • a new service'of steamers from Ham burs and other Continental places to the ports-of Persian Gulf. A desire for suth a |ine has often been expressed, both by reason' of the largo business already done by Germany ln_ the Persian Gulf, and also because of the many opportu nities arising from' the construction . of the. Bagdad railway. It Is pointed out that exports from the Gulf to Gorman ports by British ships have-of recent years .considerably Incre ased. Imports which', comprise sugar, cotton goods, copper and lron-waro are not large, but in cotton-woven gods and. in drugs con- ; ■ siderablo expansion■< is expected.- Tho line is not subsidised.

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

Axe You CouahiiiH: Vet * It ih itn*ia< to lot your o.Mgb -.nyi on. f>r tlu» fti-quuiit GOiittlimg naturally inur as q tlio imtn on. of th,o h ou thiu^ pa« uvtcs* You aro'> oiuleniiif w ut wo trtko—Kupposo yo i try "bambu'lainV Cou/h Jtunu'dy this tunc. It hatf rel ovoJ others and .will joliovoyou. Flea«n«»t. to tuko—soothing J-md beak iug. for 8alo by 13. Murgun, Or < v"; Farm implements and produce, at low raitcs^ at Hill Bros.^ Bowral.

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PATHOS OF THE MAN FAMINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 August 1906

PATHOS or THE MAN FAMINE.. It does indeed seenii. to me that every hindrance is put- to prevent' girls and men setting toi know each other at ,ill "well. ; At afternoon tea ono does not -meet unmarried men at all; at garden parties one exchanges a few common place remarks with some of the men in-. troduced; arid "we feel obliged to piss on If one does, not wish to draw atten tion to oneself. ' At dances the men are few and far between, and are hardly • ever seen again. — Correspondent, In .. "Lady's Pictorial,'.'

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

'' If tlio manning of British ships with' national seamen became universal In practice,, there would foe a living:found for 40,000 of tlio unemployed.—The Mar quis : of.CJraham, In "'A'bc Syren and Shipping." , . The pu7,xlo department of " London > Truth" litis a competition:on amusing complications of weli-kuown quotations. Here are a few 'of the spoclmcns sent lu:—"A schoolmaster, being shown nil exceptionally good translation from a boy whose aptitude lay In quite another direction,' remarked: 'Tbe ass Itnowotli his master's crib.'"' ' Old Lady (to chemist): "I want a lio.v of canine pills." Chemist: "What's ilic matler with the dog?" Old Lady (Ui dlgnaully): •.'! want you to know, sir. that my husband Is a gentieimui." Oha mlst puis up some qntnlno piSis In found silence. JLrfccL ORUET-C AT ONC. ORDERS over 20s. POaT FREE, ^exoepting Floor Coverings. GREAT PITT STREET SALS. SHOW IN FULL SWING. TREMENDOUS REDUCTIONS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. THIS IS THE TIMS TO BUY. £££" !3>© sx...

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MUCH TOO SHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 August 1906

MUCH TOO SHY. i When the lato Rlshop Selwyn first went as a mlpfilonarv Jo the South Soa Islauda ho found tho natrvl'o In vnrloua IjIandB very tractable. 'Hi* fact, however, that tho nntlvco won! nh soititcly nnhed, .caused the tfofld bishop flotno auxlcly, and ho rcaolvoJ to dlroct Eftrt of hU efforts to get thorn to woar at lenst the u lot i mum of clothing, | He thoreforo obtained some brightly colored, calico and loft it lying carelessly about bis hut,. knawlngweU that the bright colors would soon nttract the attention o! Mio nntlves. An old. native lady/Hoair 'Norwards; atllod, and "Blshopy" allowed her lo eye the <loih for some tlmo. At lost-no pickod up u piece, nnd offering- It to tho native, aaWlht't he. would give It to her If she would wear It. ; ■ Sho departed in grcatr ijlee, but returned tho.following day with n Cowuc.ist.looH; and llio cloih neatly rojicd up. Handing it back to the astonished nHslon . ary, she-said: "Me no wonr ibat, Uishopy, ino ■"too isby...

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MEETING THE DELEGATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 August 1906

MEETING THE DELEGATES. The ohairman then welcomed tho delegates from tho firo brigade (Oapt. Steelej. Lieut. Dawson, and Mr. A. Bender), and invited theni to state their reasons fo? objectmg to tho present constitution ot the'board. •/.. ./'• . The proceedingawbioh followed wero of a very lively charaoter." Evor Einoe tbo passage-alarms be tween Mr. MoGregar and the Mayor, and tbo sub* sequent detormincd stand w)iibb the latter has taken, tho members of the fire brigade have taken it upon themselves to ohampion Mr. McGregor's cause, and gaefc to have him re-appointed or the vacancy filled. For a period oztonding over sovoral months the sub jeot has been one of'burriing importance among the firoroon, who have iiiet repeatedly, ^hcre having been a constant stream of "spicy"- lottery. between tho brigade and the boarch But air to ao.. avail. Tho Mayor considers his position unassailable; for whereas the firemen are relying principally oii'tho provisions'of the Act, the Mayor holds the ...

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HAD TWO PAIRS OF SHOES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 August 1906

I HAD TWO. PAIRS OF SHOES. Tnis particular city morcnani is very mu, but ;ho Is-over'70, and he leads a very quiet life—o«h, a very quiet life,-indeed." ;Recently he -woe on a visit to Londonwith - Ills son and nephew. The two young men ' dined with -Vfathor" every evening,- and tben: i watched lilm ,take the elovntor to his bed* • room. . • - . , * "Too bad, father bas to go to bed nt nlno: every evening," said the son. : "No doesn't have much fun, does he?"- re- • turned the nephow. • "Wonder if he goes to sleep right away or lf;be*d like us to stay and talk to blm?",said ; the son.. "LctV-go up and bcc," said tho nephew, fooling the full grip of compassion. They found his shoes outside the door, wait-; Ing.for the coming of the bootblack, and thorn was no tight showlng,tbrough tho fanlight. .:"Ponr old man, ho.doesn't have a very.sood; time hero," they chorused. Then they. went, out into the night in n han som. and towards- mldrilpht turned into one of the glided mirrored restaur...

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Flare-up at the Moss Vale Fire Station. THE BOARD HOLD A MEETING AND AFTER WARDS MEET DELEGATES OF BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 August 1906

Flare-up at tlie Moss Yale fire Station. THE BOARD HOLD A MEK1IXG. AXU AFTER WARDS MEET DELEGATES OF lilt'lOADE. A meeting of the Moss Vale Firo Board was hold at the Eire Station on Thursday afternoon, there being present Dr. Jones (Mayor) who presided,, Mr. J. A. Badxory (Government representative), and Mr. J. Dunn (hon. sec.) Mr.'.D. Mctircgor (who had not received notice of the meeting) put in an appearance, and demanded $o be allowed to take tjia place on the board as rep resentative of the fire insurance companies. ' Tho qbairman, in view of what has transpired at tormef meetings oT the lio&rd, refused to allow Mr. McGregor to sit. He, howover, had 110 objection to allowing him to being present at tho meeting an a citizen. : The business who then proceeded with Porre'spondenc'o %as read from tho Under-Secre tary, announcing that the 1906 subsidy, amounting to £11 15s id, had been placed to the credit of the board. The secretary of the Underwriters' Association announce...

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