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A YOUNG' MAN'S DEBTS. RECKLESS EXTRAVAGANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 August 1906

A YOUNG'MAN'S DEBTS. RECKLESS EXTRAVAGANCE: Owing .X52.117 - 10s 7d, ..Raymond Harding Cox, 21, described ns of Gaiety Chambers, Strand, appeared In the Lon don Court of..'Bankruptcy, on Wednes day, 2nd'5lriy.y Of, the liabilities 1*9187-' 30s 7d.ls expected to rank, and the as sets were stated to be 3-1 s9d. According to the Otliclal Receiver's observations, the debtor had been wllli . out .occupation, and had been mainly dependent on a" legacv of U1000. to •which lie became entitled under the wHl of lils grandfather, and on money ob -talned on mortgage; and by the sale of Ills TCverslonnry Interests under-the will. - Sir Cox attributed his Insolvency to extravagance In living. Ills expenditure being L]2,700 In three years. Excessive interest and commissions on loans. '• M500; betting losses, I.M000. Of the un secured' liabilities, 1.50(11 represents tailors', dressmakers, and . hotel bills, jewellery, wines, cigars and other goods . supplied for personal use. • The bills included:...

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
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Lawn Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 August 1906

Lawn Tennis. On Wednesday afternoon last ft tennis m.atoh played bctweou the Moas Vato AWSund'ra-and lier rima Jonnid clubs on tho (urn\cr'a oourta, rusuUing in awui'.for iho homo team by 1«>Ramos. Th'o visi tors wcro onleiUined al afternoon tea by tHo lady members of the Atexaudra eluh. and a vfcry pleanaut afternoon was spent The vcorus tin an follows• Bkrrima. Mobs Yalk, ;.Kev, Mullens and Miss Finlayaon y. Mr. S; OuU len and tyrs. Holt, tf—G \ Ming rmmherl anil Mr. Izard v. Misa Joncd and Mr.W. Oulleii, 5-0 Messra. 1'^ Hopkins and l?. Pmlayuon v. Moaais. S. Cullcn and Lnnsdowiie, 1 — j> IWv. Mnlletie and Mr, V/«ard v. Moasva. \Y. and I.' Cullen. 0 -4 Mirts Lmmhevt and Mr. K Hopkins v, Mrs. Holt, and Mr, Lunsdmvnn. ;i 0 i^i«3 b'inlHyaon and Mr. F. I'mlayaon v. Mrs. S. CuUen and M<ss Junes. o—G' s k ' » Rev. Millions und i(r. l/.ard v. Mr*. Molt and Mr; I. Onllcn, 5-0 • TotaW*. Mvhk Yajo, 7 Beta-ifi f?amns; l>»rrima. V set 33 games. '

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BULL-FIGHTING IN SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 August 1906

BUIX-FIGHTING IN SPAIN. Spa'n is still a great country for b ill-, fights. The season, according to a wrl er . In "T;P.'s' Weekly," starts on the first Sunday after tent, and continues—with a short interruption: at the. height ot summer—till the month of October. Se vllle and Madrid are the^ great; centros of tauromachla. In Spain no bull leaver the ring alive; neither do any of the horses; Tho e^ense of supplying even the poor hacks which ore chosen Ip enor- js mous, and In some: poverty-stricken ■townsh!p3 horses ore omitted from the^tj. performance, ' when the corlda becomes n_-f ' gcod deal more palatable to the stranger, 5. though less so to the: killeli- O'Shea states that 2400 bulls are kllled annually, ond 3500 horses.

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Oddfellows' Social. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 August 1906

Oddfellows' Social. A very successful social wan hold on Thursday night laijt in the OddfellowB' Hall, \yhen about 50 oouples turned up to enjoy themselves at a function organised by the U.U.O.O.F. . Dancing ooramericotl soon after § o'clock, and was aantinuad briskly till 9.30, when a break wbb umda in tho prograuimo for the rendering of a song, 'I.All through a. Gee Gee," by Mr. Jeffries. 6T Moss Vale, wljicb was much' enjoyed, ianoing was again the order till 11 p.m., when refreshment;' of a very enticing oharacter were partaken of, and after amplo justice hud been dona to the good things provided, tho light fautastia' was, again indulged in, and all seemed to thoroughly en-, joy tbomselvos.'. Excellent njusio ' was supplied bj? Mr. G. IS. Vincent (piano), assisted by Mr. G. Price (cornet), and E. H Poole (violinj.'wlula eitra's were nupplied by Mrs. W. Foord and Mr. T. Chap.man. Tl\o latter also made an oftldieut M.O. Kbpresehta-' tives oi the G.U.O.O.F. wore present from Bowral...

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Shire Councils. NATTAI. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 August 1906

S.liire Councils. OnAttal At a moolinfl held at Jtowfal yesterday. (Fndfi}')' n\ornu)K—piCHOut, Mcsara. Oxley, Mackenzie, Hren. ning, «nd Iho tender of the "WoJIondiHy Prcua" \vj\ft accepted (or printing the lint of electors for public inspections

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Bowral Town Orchestra. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 August 1906

Bowral Town Orchestra. ' Tlie committee of tho above inet on Monday oven ing last. there being present : —MeBsre. W.T. Fraser (chair), Ebb. Davis, A. Holmes, J. Oopo bon. sec). Tbo loun\ ooqnoit \yrote. granting the tomporary use of '(\ room for rehqhrsul subjea to existing arrangements; alteration wero heing made at tbo Town Hall, after which permanent arrangements would be considered.—Tho secretary, wasinatruoted to convey the thanks of tbo committee for tbo uso ortho room, and express the hope that pormaaeut arrangements would Bubspquently be mado. . A letior was rouoived fromthecommittee of the Baker behetit concert asking the HRRistanoe of tUo committee at the concert on 10th instont.^-THe ' aommittee l'e^retto l that tho request cuuld hoV be complied witlrns the orchestra was not yet ready to dppeur in public. Applications were received for llutc, viojin, and tyrapam, i^ud wcxe accepted »ubJ©oi tct usual con ditions. Tho instructor reputedthat the membership bad increased to a...

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Football. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 August 1906

Football. Tl\c semi-final between Robertson a»{l AVikle's Meado.w which fell 'through on Saturday Inst on account of no Sydney .referee;turning lip to take charge of. the Riinie, will he played, tliis afternoon at i\foss V-ile, and a good panic should lie expected, as both, teams~are in excellent nick, and will light hard to win.. The winners of this match will meet Mittafiong at.Moss Vale in tli,e final,

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WINGECARRIBBEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 August 1906

WIN'O KCAIttil BIU'.E. This council .met'.At. Mom,.Vftlo "on Wednesday afternoon. Presunt, Moshib. «I A. liiuittery (chair), Crtrter, Nicholan, oniJ Hetla. The lists ofcleotorq (is compilt.l by'the po!i«-u wore reuuived, unci nte to bo e^hibitel. Thorn »ir<v1)01 Hectors on«thfl Ifift'*, 287 lu'inn *» A rirluiui 23G.it) U. U(5) TnT2. 'Next mealing, ♦Saturday, lnt .Sept.

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

a r M. De Lissa & Co. Ltd. ■jSW# >!ff| Vjir jjfir' '■JWlr iP« Pr'vate Residences, Hotels, Restaurants, Boarding 1 _^}=§*jlitSt _ * p J.-I /■.% FURNISH THROUGHOUT :nces, Hotels, Restaur; Houses, Offices, See. Contraoto for Cash or Eauy Terms. y~Jj 556 & 558 8E0RBE STREET, SYDNEY, Opposite St. Andrew's Cathedra]. GOOD When you have prove*] the value of Sunlight Soap you will be equally satisfied if yoll try Monkey (Iran.i for scouring metal, woodwork and kitchen sinks. la Macquarie PSaco, SYDNEY. W. Gluyas, Mannqcr, :*C0LLECr it SYDNEY. REV! C.T. FDRSCUTT.BA Principal, A HiG!i-CLASS BOARDING ffschool roa boys. #(S THE ROCKDAt-U COLLHQH In obarminif'y situated In Hh own fmrk'llko around* ot lfl acrea, on the Lofghl? of UockihUe, My.l..«\v, overlooking t»«lv Rnhinqon'B n-aoh, B<wih So-ioi, Boinny Hr.y, Hi? Heads and thn Oronn. All Ruhjfotn ar» tniwht by Exiton-m-ml Meters. 'The boss nttend the ''hutch of England, but may atumd any other Churrh tboir parent#...

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When the... Wicked Rise. A Thrilling Story of Love, Intrigue and Adventure. [COPYRIGHT.] BOOK III. CHAPTER IV.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 August 1906

A Thrilling Story of Love, Intrigue and Adventure. ....By.... Frederic (fliddomson. [COPiKIGHTO BOOK III. CHAPTER IV-—{Continued) "We won't quarrel about it, then," Dudley laughed. " Come, •now, it is near dinner-time, and to-night I will humour your tlieatre loving spirit by shouting tickcts to hear Andrew Mack in '' Arrah na Pogue." Somewhat reconciled, though still vexed with Dudley for taking so lightly, what seemed to me with my views on the matter of spiritualism, a warning not to be neglected, we wended our way home.

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CHAPTER V. "MAN PROPOSES, GOD DISPOSES." [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 August 1906

CHAPTER V. " Man Proposes, God Disposes." The s.s. " Aratapu " was a line boat of about 3,000 tons. We were fortunate enough to strike good weather, and the passengers, mostly j colonials, were a very good-hearted and convivial crowd. We had been out two days, and I had seen no | thing of the strange young woman, who had so interested me, sine# leaving the .Sussex Street wharf. If I had been inquisitive about her ' when I first saw her in Pitt Street, I I was doubly so now. On the morn ing of our departure I had gone down to the boat a couple of hours early with our luggage. Having seen it safely on board, I was about to'leave the ship when I heard the dull rumble of wheels, and a hearse clattered ^n to the wharf. Evi dently we were to have gruesome company on the voyage, and I felt anything but pleased, at the thought of Hnvir.y u corpse on board. As before intimated, I am superstitions : —perhaps foolishly so. The hearse drew up alongside the gangway and. the 'coffin" was carefull...

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A HAPPY PRISONER. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 August 1906

A uhpFY PRISONER. . -amort Highland - regiment .was ' In :enrnp Jn Ireland some time ago, the officcr .of .the- flay—a strict disciplinarian—visited tbo • gU8yd tont to mako inquiries oboiit jv private who - was: a<. prisoner, there. When ho lifted the- flap 'of .tbo tent, tc his nmaaomcut ho found only one man, and he was killing time ! 1».v smoking and playing with n Wen. j "Whoro'B-the gunrd?" anld the ofllccr. I VThe guard, is it? Sure, they're all out lo tho fleld yondor playln* cricket." , The officer's head began to turn round; ' "Where's the corporal of the guard, then?" • "The corporal I Begorra, ho'B Uo best l.otvler in the reRltnentl" ' | 4lOood heavens, man then whero Is the pri soner?" "Sure," said tho man, sleepily, "lt'3 menllf that Is tho prisoner."

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RICHARD JUNIOR'S PHILOSOPHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 August 1906

' niCIIAUD JUNIOR'S; PHILOSOPHY. V:■ , A clean deBk to-night makes a gooa begin ning to-morrow,. ■The.old man .makes the .mooey, tbe money makes'the" son,, aod .the son 'mokes, tho: mis chief. ' »• *•'' An-advertisement Is-like a woman; it may be pretty or plain, but it .isn't a success-un less'It Attracts.-'. , The infant Industry has grown so old that tbe tariff must still be maintained to.support its infirmity. A city. congregation is an assemblage of strangers who, wonder If It would bo safe to know one anothbr. Our "ancestors- rejected taxation without re presentation. . Their descendants dodgo taxes and don't bother nbout. the trimmings. : It's getting so nowadays that oven tho man who shaves himself doesn't feel that tho- job is finished until he drops n tip in his own pocket. . ' _ .If tho rich man could get through the eye of the .needle as easily as ho squeezes .through the loopholes of the law, his futuro would be safe. .• •• . ...

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FOOLED AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 August 1906

POOLED AGAIN. There wns a man in Atlanta who once sus pected a negro In his employ of tampering with the contents of his wine ccllnr. especially with a certain-brand.of fine whisky. The.em ployer decided to adopt mensures lo verify his suspicions. * He allowed the domljobn holding his '."private, stock"' to toecomo empty;: then inslend or rcfllllnp It, he placed his pet brand In -bottles, labelling one. "poison. One evening on returning home unexpectedly bo'enUfiht his servant "in flagrante delicto." Seizing the bottle from the. darky's, hand, tbo Atlanta man exclaimed in a tone of terror. "Great Heavens, Sam! Do you know what you have been doing? This bottle is marked •poison*!" The nesro took-tho bottle, and surveyed it closely- Then ho-sniffed at it. A melancholy Bmllo flitted- over Ills dusky countohahoc.. "Taln't pizen, sali," ho said, dejectedly. "I'so been fooled ag'ln." v 'Tooled again?". repeated the master, ln« dijrnantly. "What do you mean?" "Well, Bah," continued tho dar...

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HOW TO INCREASE COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 August 1906

• HOW TO INCREASE COLONIES. I ' If; after equalising nil his colonics, me j apiarist;thinks It expedient to increase' moderately,'the following plan is an ox coiletit one; to make up a stock:—Fix an • addliional\hive. in Its positlo.n, take a . bar Pf foundation,"go to the. strongest I stock,- remove a bar of hatching brood and..adhering bees, fasten Jt in the new hive, and substitute the frame of foun- : dation in the. stock from which it Is ! taken, following the same method with I ;as' many- colonics as are in n condition 10 spare the brood and bees until there are about eig;ht bars In all on the.new. stand.. Then place a frame of . food'oii: each, sides of the outside bar. of >vood to ;aJtord;;'prot*ecrion to the broody when the | polony may. b'^ dummied up. Care mu-t ibff^tRfteh'-no^'fe'i^smove the queen upon '$$$. 'iarsrof?brood,from any .of the 'cploril^s.top^ralVd 'upon; and if this plan, jls; caVi:Jpavoutccariy * in the season it forms one of^thc best and surest means of...

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THE BEEKEEPER STRENGTHENING WEAK STOCKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 August 1906

THE BEEKEEPER STRENGTHENING WEAK STOCKS. When it Is found neccssary to streng then weak colonies by the addition of brood, sealed brood is preferable for. many reason?. That which will hatch quickly, and not increase the labor oC the bees, should be given If possible. The. area of the brood patch on the ., comb added should not be larger than that al ready in the centre of the brood nest of the colony In which ft Is placed, AS the. risk of chillimr would bo great enough In giving them another frame to keep warm; without inserting a larger patch. A comb with a* moderate sized circle..-of brood win attain Us object .'of strengthening, and tho bees will be better able to pro tect It from any possible cold.

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DRAMA OF REVENGE. GOD'S DESIRE IF THE BULLET MISSED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 August 1906

DRAMA OF, REVENGEi , GOD S 1\ESUII3" tl< : HU'UiilST. MISSED. An- extraordinary letter was road iit Grimsley Police Court yesterday, - when Isaac Swaby, a local tailor, was charged "with ..attempting to lm'irder Mr John'.Barker,'a solicitor, and wiUv attempted suicide; ,.0n 3rd: April Mr. Barker, with two • local solicitors,'Were shot at as they weio leaving the-Town HallV 'The. bullet mussed "its mark, and Swaby,.,: it is alleged, turned the -weapon on himself. " indicting , 'a severe' wound. Mr" Barker explained yesterday thai the accused had. an alleged grievanc through his home being sold up under a bill of sale, but the .-witness', was not responsible for that pro. cedure. •; ;. . In a letter -■■■,addressed, to Hi . ^borough coroner, .'Swaby hail written:— ' . ; . "Barker ruined', me with 'the most dasturdiy act imaginable;: lie . rolv bed me of Ii20, > .and:'sold' up my home on his own account. When my missus asked him why he had sent the bailiffs to. the house h...

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MIKE'S RISE IN THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 August 1906

MIKE'S RISE . IN THE WORLD. Mike Roddy was a railroad ma»r well-kno-vn and wcll-Ilkrd .6y. everybody. One night Mlko felt beneath ii -traln and had both logs cut off., Ho'warf t'akoifto-the hospital, oud iceovcrod got around again his friends subscribed Kcveral hundred' dollars nnd'sent Mike to Chicago to get two cork substitutes. Me came back in a mouth or two, walking spryly, but ho didn't'seem to bo tlio samo old Mike. People looked at him as bo creaked: down the streot. and wondered. Finally', his friends asked him about it "Mike," they said, "what did they do to you up there in Chicago besides making ynur a pair, ot legs?" "Nothing that'I know of," Mike replied. "Yes; they did. You look different than when you went away. What was it?" "Oh," said Mike, grinning, "I know what you mean. I was nllaya a short foller -with me own logs, and when the map was taking the cork ones I Just told bim to mako tbcra •iln longer than the old ones were, so I could get'-up lu the world a bit."

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WIT AND HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 August 1906

WIT AND iiUMOR. The Cry of tho Children : "Goodness creche us!" Crushing.—Tho Rejects! : And will uotblng make you change your mind? The Uojoctor: M'yes—another man luight! Whiskers : Haven't I met you before, sir? Stranger : Very probably. I used to work In tho Zoo. > Friend; Whnt n bad cold your husband bas got! Ills sneezing |s quito distressing. Suf- ] lerer's Wife: Yes,- but It docs amuse tlio-baby.; "How about the rcnt'of this house of yours, Flitter? Doesn't the landlord aska good doal. for it?" Flitter: "Yes; he olteu asks five or six, times h month for-It/'. . . . " | Miss Younge: She's In trouble. Sho's bad . matrimonial' proposal^ .from two-.rtTcn,. and . doesn't know which to.nceept. .Miss Oldo * Goodness! And docs she call that troublc7. , | Tom: Now tliatyoUl^hgngemcnt Is broken, are you going to malco Clarissa -send back.' your letters? George: • You-bet 1 am! I worked hard on those lettors. They're worth using agalu! Stouo: Yes, I know Burrett. I llvc next door to...

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FRUITS AS FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 August 1906

FRUITS AS FOOD. That fruit is a wholesome articlo of diet is, of course a generally; accept ed fact, but the important place wliicli it" takes through tho medicinal effect it exerts .upon the entire sysr tem has '.only recently become . woll known. The medicinal effect is not 'lireet,. but the fruit encourages Hre na'tUrul^ functions by, which the Bove"al remedial processes which thoy aid arc brought about. , The fruits. which come ;undcr the head of' laxatives are the orange, fig, "tamarinds, prunes, mulberries, dates, nectarines, and plums ; the astring ents, : pomegranates, cranberries, blackberries, ' sumac- . bcrrii s, dew In-rries. . raspberries, barberries, quinces,':.; pears,'.'■."wild - clici rjes, and. .modlas."/ The \ldiiircti.s: are goose beriies, - red..'and; white currants, pumpkins, and: melons. : I-einons, limes! and apples "are stomach seda tives: • •'• ■" taken in the morning early-an ornngr* acts very decidedly ns a laxa tive. spmotiniCK_amount'nic .tola pur gativ...

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