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BEEKEEPING AND FRUITGROWING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 August 1906

BEEKEEPING 'AND • FRUIT- . GROWING, . I During the past twenty years,. writes.) an English apiarist, the number of j acres set apart iri the -British Islands for | fruit growing has increased by rapid strides. If.the effort:is to meet'with (.he success it. Reserves, it is necessary •for the fruitgrower to becpme a bee keeper on1, a large or'-'smrill staled, ac cording to the acreage set apart .for ■ this, particular purpose. • Year.after- year.' loud are the.complaints of many p.roduc- | ers concerning, the small yield;of fruit . following a good'show of blossom; This , failure is due to several causes, but! often it is due .to one of . two, which are here, named. The bloom may have been very imperfectly fertilised (owing ft) to ^ an insufficient number of visits from the hive bees; or^ (2)-to-the raih-which" often falls when the. trees'.are in bloom,,thus preventing the, bees from , visiting the trees to, fertilise therri. Sonic time ago a large number of cherry, trees . were j pla...

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Drought-Resistant Fodder Plant. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 August 1906

Drought-Resistant Fodder Plant. To stave off (he ill-effects of dry seasons, particularly iu tinie of drought, H. A. Col lego oxperts recommend the usefulness of the plant buown n.^ "sheep's biiruel" . as a drought-resistant fodder plaut. Experience has shown, that even iiv times of aevore drought this plaul. reruaius green and succu lent, affording excellent food for sheep aud cattle when other grosses and herlwge are dried out of existence. The: cultivation of sorghum as a fodder crop in dry seasons ib also urged. It is cnltivated cheaply, with stand frosts, and.is invpjuable as a winter feed fof cattle, lioraos,. sfieep, ai.3 pigs. It oau be converted into many kin<?8 of foddor, as ensilage, as hay when dry, or wi h a pro portion of luceruo hay it can he turned into ohuff for stall-feeding. The Steamer Sirio, which foundered off the south-east of Spain on Saturday, had 800 emigrants aboard. Between 300 and 400 of the passengers and crew were drowned. The bulk of the cr...

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A PHOTOGRAPH HOLDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 August 1906

A PHOTOGRAPH HOLDER. This holder could bo used cither for photos: or letters. The foundation Is a ' orescent-shaped piece or string card board, which should be covered with vel vet silk or satin : of a dark art shade, I strapped with fancy galloon. ■ .This Is ' firmly; sewn at each edge, where it is i folded - over^ hut left unsewn across . front, so that cards, letters, etc., may be slipped under it.' Line the back with I sateen, and finish the edge with. silk cord.. Sew a loop to hang It bjv Ros ettes or bows of silk ribbon are sewn at the corners with long end's connecting ! them.

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THE LADIES' COLUMN. HEALTH HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 August 1906

THE LADIES' COLUMN. | i HEALTH HINTS. f Eating Between Meals; — It is not good to eat between meals, and parents should take care that they do not let their children fall Into the habit, as It Is ono of the most frequent causes of ill-health.In the young, and also In older -persons.-' A Remedy for Puffy Eyes. — Puffy places undo, the eyes are. generally due to some sort of kidney ailment. Cold water , should be taken very freely. Make.it a .practlce to drink-a glassful half an : hour before each . meal, . and another one o^ two hours .'after; and the puffy places will not only vanish, but' the complexion will!be; clcaror and the general health much improved. ; Nervous Breakdown.—Nervous break down Is oftoner .'due. to overworking the digestive organs than, to mental strain ns such. Abstemious habits in eating,, combined - with-some attention" to exer cise, make It possible for one to do an immense amount of hard brain work without Injury; but to attempt anything out of the ordinnry!...

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A RUSSIAN DRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 August 1906

; A; RUSSIAN PRESS. This dress is simpler than it iooks, lor the pleats ave applied. Blue or brown serge, could be used; with, red.or tartan revejs, andj^bolt; ^Blther a boy or; d" girl could .wear-it. " ' " • -

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

<- HOMB3LY FAR&. ' .: Hoi'ijiSoup.—Required One quart of ( good stock, a handful each or chervil; and Bplnacb, sprig o£ parsley and sorrel, one ounce of flour, halt an ounce of but-; .' teri pepper, salt, and riu tmeg- to taste,' and,a squeezesof lemon Juice; For this have,some good stock. Wash and drain aU the vegetables, chop them finely, and then place-in a saucepan with n small plcce of butter and cook until tender. Add to this one ounce of flour, stir it In thoroughly, and; pour over , the stock I Simmer slowly for a quarter of an hour, i flavor; with pepper, salt, and nutmeg, j Just before serving, add a .squeeze of, lemon-Juice and a dash of cayenne pep j per. •.•. ■. Apple Fritters.—Beat the yo!k cf ;wo | eggs until light, add one teaspoonful.of ' sugar, and sllr In, slowly, one cupful of lukewarm sweot milk. Mix anl sift two ' cupfuls of (lour with one heaping tra spoonful of baking powder and salt sroonful of salt, and add t) (ho Or.it mixture, iltematrl...

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THE DAIRY. POINTS FOR MILKERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 August 1906

the dairy. . POINTS FOB MILKERS. i . Before milking,'thoroughly clean the l'OW's udder and flanks, arid then clean yourself, so that the particles of dust, and dirt, will not fall into, the pail white j ihe.;mllk is being drawn: Abovie all i thmgp. never wet® the hands wfiUe milk- ! • irvi,r.. \7ustv watch a man -^ho/makes • milking easier by dipping his fingers in r to the milk pail, or by squirting the .milk :on to his fingers. There is a continual j 1 drip, drip of milk from the back bfthe:| fingers into the milk pail, and it isn't i white milk, either. Ihe practice of wetting* the lingers or teats with milU , • is one of the most foul and filthy.hablts ! ;tha.n dan'i)e praGtised. for thus the dust fiom '.tlie hands and teats is washed , directly into the milk pall. . . . ]

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HENRIK IBSEN. APPRECIATION AND ESTIMATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 August 1906

HENR1K IBSEN. APPRECIATION AND ESTIMATE. 1 W lib ilcnrick Ibsen, writes a con tributor to the London •' Express", of 2'ltli Slay, has (lied a man who was at onco a great philosopher and a great artist. Ihe combination «»' rare. Tho artist sometimes, as in tho caso of Tennyson.'', great..-, in his art;- and trivial in his philosophy-, somotimos, as 111 the case-of Brown ing. 'aphilosopher, but an artist only I at intervals. Goethe, Ibsen,- perhaps Shakespeare, certainly Milton. an:l,.! ns tho world will one day recognise, '.Myron, have realised the dunity. . i It is a: truism thaL the man who writes the well-constructed pla.v must have had intimate relations with the stage! before he settled down to ,tho work of. tho dramatist. !t is -u tru ism,. by the way, that is:not- nlwuys true. But Lhore is . no doubt that Ibsen learnt Ins- crait during- the five years—from 1801 to -ISnG—lie spent.' as manager of tho National llivalre. in Bergen, a post to which he-was appointed by the violinis...

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GOVERNMENT CONTROL OF DAIRY PRODUCE IN DENMARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 August 1906

GOVERNMENT CONTROL OF . DAIRY PRODUCE IN DENMARK; . A law relating to the import and ox port of agricultural produce was passed by. the Danish Legislature in March last.. The law enacts that' butter,. cheese, eggs, lard, tnliow;.honey and meat (in- j eluding., poultry) .imported into Den mark must be provided with : distinct ' marks indicating the. country of origin, .which 'shall 'remain on the goods, ( or their pricking), when sold. No mark must. . be used svhicli shall irriply that such produce is of Danish origin.-' .Re-expor-.' ted articles of the 'above-mentioned kinds must' not bear on 'the packing," or on the articles themselves,- any Danish names, of plnces. Tt: is . forbidden-. to sell mixtures of /Danish and foreign lard, unless provided with a distinct. mark. A general mark, valid. for'the ( whole.country, is to be adopted for but ter manufactured ; from pasteurised cream; all Danish' butter "exported must bear this marki which must not be used for.any foreign butter, im...

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VARIATIONS IN THE QUALITY OF MILK. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 August 1906

VARIATIONS IN THE QUALITY OF MILK. ■ The.greatness. or variations in the. I rjuality t)f.milic:from tho same cows at j 1 different periods is illustrated in Dn C. . j Crowther's article on "Milk Investiga- j j-lions at Garfoi th/ 1905," in theiiighland" • Society's transaci'ions;J: During sa'period of twelve weeks, beginning, in July and ending:]n = October,' the percentage of fat'; in the mixed milk of nineteen to. twenty *, cows ranged in the morning from 2.6 to: 4.1, aria in the evening from 3.5 'to 5.1. ; While fully 50 peif cent of.the morning samples contained less than 3 per cent of fat, the evening milk never contained j less than 3.5 per cent, and the daily j average was never less than 3 per cent. I The quality -of -the' milk advanced with i the period of lactation and the season.'.

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EARL ROBERTS. MEETING OF BUSINESS MEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 August 1906

EARL ROBERTS. I MEETING OF BUSINESS .'MHSNi.. Interest, in the. great question of na tional defence anil readiness tor war .Is ■ vers' strong: anions: busy eit.v men, as their presence yesterday . afternoon In the Mansion House clearly proved. ■ The Egyptian Hall was filled* to ' its utmost capacity with the men who con trol the immense business of London, indeed, of the Empire, from the limited area called "the City." On the platform a most distinguished gathering of fam ous financiers, -merchants and llttora-. tures supported the Lird Mayor. The subject of the meeting was set forth, In the agendarpaper as follows:— "That ■the problem of national defence is equally dependent on nn adequate and efllcient army, as on the existence of a paramount-navy. Also, that the army, to be" equal .to the needs of the nation,, must be supported by a large'potential; reserve, the formation of which depends mainly on 'the boys and youths of the nation being Instructed In the rudi ments of military ...

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PRIZES FOR CLEAN MILK. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 11 August 1906

PRIZES FOR CLEAN MILK. It is now ;recognised by ,ali th'osein terested. in the manufacture; of New Zealand dairy produce.'that the major ity of^butter and cheesemakers are effi cient men,- capable cf maldng a first class, article,. provided uliey: have - up-to date appliances, and If any material imr provement-, is to be: effected ,lt is by /Inducing'farmers to bring a cleaner and -better, milk to the skimming station. Wi th •tli Is: 6bjec t'"l'n view, the,; Maria-' ivaru Co-operative Dairy Company have .decided, on i:u Invitation of their man ager (Mr R. Harris), to .offer a prize oC L10 to the supplier delivering the best mill: during the coming season. To de cide Mils, it'is Mr Harris's idea , to grade the ntlik, and he is drawing up a scale of , points for clean flavor test,' etc. Points will also be given for clean cans and general _"turn-6ut. The Manawaru Company have done- exceptionally well during Hie. past ser.son, having had an average grade o£ 93.38; but they are not sati...

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COURTING IN THE RAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 15 August 1906

COUBTINOlN.TilS;®^-' Tliey mPt, not in a sanlfaD sweet,-- •. Among the pretty flowers ; Bnl, one uiyht in Fii.ziierhei t Street, In thiind'ring heavy nbawers. ... She softly sighed, and said: "Oh, dear, What .pleasure 'tiu to gicet you ; • ; • 1 hod such work I o coriie out here,., ; To-night, my love, to meet you." v He pressed her lo-his manly breast., ; And'kissed her «orv freely • She stood it, too, lilifi all llie* vest . 'And-seemed to like it. really;• w Euoh sniiieli whs like a thunder clap, • Or boom of big etins shooting ; : r r-. They screwed - their monilis up like . ebup, v " " ■ Professor fladclitlo, Hutiug.. I strode away ami lefl them tlx'ie, Li mud anr] mid a..d ilin:id<-i ; Wliilo thinking of tli'it spoony pur, It seem -d to, me a wonder If they of colds worn licl afi'i'.id. To be on' in mi el) v, o.i'tlier, Or if their waierpviofi were nuuKs Of some real good strong leai hurv .v If they wi'Q lunatics or sana 1 cannot quite bay whother ; But when 1 etimo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 15 August 1906

A SENSIBLE , «ST1MULANT." jj"tifif;;]:rf.'"'l| ■;?! *'T"Tif^jrv1:iirnjHilTril *fP * ,l,§1rfc ?, ® f 1 u i! w ff.-J A3 tpj £ a - A iStimulaiit tSiaft is - medicinal in 54s fcT adlioin ana is a diredl ^ ihealfc-jprcmoier ss ; worthy osYixil inen'a drinK-mg? jz? It 5.3 bracing, and Sh.as curative cfTecl in jy ■ Siidn'ey, Bowel, and UriJiasv AfiferjUons. M Lii'lM<<7riitM|»ffiliiH|KirTrrrprrrTrnTi BUY WE-JOI BOTTLES x'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 15 August 1906

Do not envy the beautiful : hair of others, but possoss it .youxsoir. Somo aro born with -beautiful hair, -others acquiro it, but nono liavo it thrust upon.thorn. Thoso -ivlio ao quiro it do so, for tho most part, by the discovory that . there is a remedy for looks thinned by disease, or whioh may hayo be como proruaturoly gray; and that remedy is ■ air Vigor Have you lost your hair? It will ;restore. it. Has your hair faded or turned gray? It. will bring baok the color and gloss of youth. In brief, there is no condition, short of abso . lute destruction of the roots, in whioh Ayer's Hair Vigor will not produco luxuriant hair. " Do not be deceived by cheap imita tions which will only disappoint you. Mako sure you got AYER'S Hair Vigor, PrepsredbyDf.J.C. Ayer& Co.,Lovell.Maaa..U.S.A. W e guarantee tKe Victor FiaiiikO® to stand all climates to give tlhe greatest wear. Y 0^.1 can not wis Iii for a better g>\iara-rsdee0 Cam yovi ? Sold ii\ 3 Models. Caialo^'ucs Free. Old Pia*...

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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 15 August 1906

ITEMS OF -INTEREST. The' world's navies employ 1,693,000 men. , . - There are eight, times more, white men .than women in India. ., 1 - Rain falls. in _ torrents in the Sahara desert at intervals of five,.ten,-;;and twenty years. '' _' / - The area of la'nd In' Africa" owned by Great Britain is;equal tp <2;5-7o,ooo square mil$s. . 4 Colored rac5es "neverhave:sblue eyes. Their eyes.are always dark brown, brown ish, yellow or black. , . ' The Berlin Armory has been' robbed of various Orders, set with precious stones, worn by the Kaiser Wilhelm 1 According to. 'a return presented to the Coun,ty Council there is one- public house for every 68' residentsHn the. city of London. - ■ For 50 ye.ars a .poor.woman in Paris paid interest on. her, pawned wedding dress, as she never had sufficient money/i-at one time to redeem it. Several Egyptian harps have been re covered from tombs. In some the strings are intact, and give forth distinct sounds after a silence of 3000 years. The pla...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 15 August 1906

£1,000 REWAR£)l If you ore Tlald ami have n slight ''•down"011 the sculp lor CopUla to .work/.oti, ihe nivenlor guur&ti-' tecs (7iat (tie"proper use of flAIR TONIC . will „ make th*t '."down " prow,into strong,'heathy liair, or he will forfeit the above sum." ■ CAPILLA prevents tb<» ■hmr from falling and going pre. maturely grey* Mid cures Dandruff mid all scalp diseases. ■ • .AllChemists andBtores, 1/G and 2/6 a Bottle Posted Sl» from W. 0. RICHARDS,.fnVent« Imperial Ar^nd«, SYDNEY " BOWRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL Meets every alternate Thursday, St tho Cpnnoil Ciinmbere; nt 7.30 p:m. : : Glprkfoofljco hours'are i Tuesdays, from 10 to -12 ; Wednesdays, 7 to 0 p.m. : Fridays, 3 to 5. p.m. vv. .... .- . Alderman H. M. Osley,-Mayor. . "Mr. \Y. It, Eairow.-couneilclcrk. EUROPEAN AGENCY ENDENTS. promptly executed at lowest cash prtccfl'for all kinds oIBritish and Continental goods, including : — ; B.ools. ShoOrt and Leftlher, • .. Chemicals and Druggists'Sundries, s China, K...

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District Railway Earnings. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 15 August 1906

District Hail way Earnings.. The following particulars are taken from the Railway Commissioner's report for the year ended 30th June, 1906 • No. of'hands employed.—Colo Vale 2, Mittagang: 10, Bowral. 7, Bnrradoo 2, Moss-Vale ^i, Exeter 3, Bundanoon 3. Total salaries and wages. — Colo Vale 7*300,; Mittagong 14s 8d, Bowral .£"635 16s 4d, Burradoo ^"52, Moss Vale £1032 10s 4'd, Exeter /282 0s gd, Bundu uoou £321 3s 4d. No. of Tickets issued.—Colo Vale 442, Mittagong 5491, Bowral gg86, Burradoo 1290, Moss Vale 9285, Exeter 1803, Bun danoon 2006. ■ ■ Revenue- -from'tickets and coaching traffic.—-Colo Vale Jgj;g gs gd, Mittagong -^1057 igs 5d, Bowral £2300 17s id, Bur radoo, £173 16s id, Moss Vale ,£4012/3s ~Sd, Exeter £348 lis id, Bundanoon ^465 7*4^ Revenue from goods and live stock.— Goio Vale ^"120 17s 1 id, Mittagong ^3887 12s rtel. Bowral £3986 10s, Moss Yale ^"5143 fis 51), Exeter £374 14s, Bunda noon ^437 8s iod. i 'Total earnings. —Colo Vale £240 7s 8d, Mittagong ^4945 12s 4d, Bo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 15 August 1906

A Life Saver. * Tho Fnd»ml finvornm* nt enmpols all vessels, to; rarrylift'-Favi- « apparatus, but it jb the Jovo' for their children that oiu«w$ parerita to always have Clininb«Thii»'H CouirhTtcmedy at. hand to give-thelr ii tlo ou<».« -whop ottnukcV with /)roup.t Mr.' W. A. P.jnko, Mount Barker (S.A*.). writi'prepared. Says ho r=—f havo nlwius oormidored Ctinmborlam'fl, Cough Ile'iirdy tho bcBt contjli mixtuio in the ma>k t. mid nftcr my recent exporienoo amproparcd to>ay that if has rio equal. I firmly bfliiwo that by tho tim ly use of Ohatniicrlnin's Oonali Itomedy wa aarcd Ojo li'"o ot onr o'ild when attacked with croup." For etilo by D. Morgan, Ohe^ni^t,;

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Pigeon Homing Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 15 August 1906

Pigeon Homing Society;? _A movement is on foot to establish a Pi^:on Homing Society in Bowral, and to. further this em) a preliminary meeting was h'eld at Mr. J'. Beavan'si' an Monday evening, and was largely Attended.. The meeting was in full sympathy \yith "the movement, and a further meeting" is to.'be held at a later date, which will be advVr.-; Used. Jn the meantime several , persors are ongaged enrolling intending members.

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