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The Dogger Bank Outrage. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 15 August 1906

The Dogger Banlt Outrage. .The diary £>f the chief engineer of Ad miral Rozlvdestvenskv's fleet has been published. It. describes the firing on British tra.wlersv.on the Dogger Bank. The ;Ru$sian . fleet, states Rear-Admiral Po'itovsky, suspected that Japanese tor*, pedo boats were all round them.■'■.After allowing the ships which; were sighted' ahead to come on, the Russians let 'fly. The last sentence, in the' diary' reads: " The world will ring wfth this shameful oiffrage." ' . .■■■■■■■.•■•. ..■.. .■.*»•.

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
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Benefit Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 15 August 1906

I&Heflfr Concert.. A large audientfe; filled' tlie- Rowral j School.:of -Arts' on> j'rid'ay evening: last when a benefit" concept wqs rendered to Mrs. T, Baker arid: fa>iiiiiy"t- The' pro gramme; -which' was- <v lcrii;Tli)v one, was contributed almost' entirely' by local -artists^ who willingly offered' their services in a deserving cauSe, The audience, too; evidently attended' with the objeqt of deriving the utmost, pleasure from the programme, and were hearty and liberal ill their applause, encores being demand ed on almost every occasion. In fact, we might mention-that the committee-who had worked up the concert met with every encouragement from the local residents. • Among the popular local per formers were Tvjiss L,. Mackenzie, Messrs. W. E. Carr-Boyd and A. Holmes,' who quite upheld their previous reputation. Miss Mackenzie's rich contralto voice was used to much advantage in the ;.sopg i' Home,J£,ove" (L,. Richardson), giving for an encore "God's Eter...

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

J ■ ARCHITECT, ! . , •■■WwiiusnTON," ISUItltADOO. Dr. 11. Crawford^ •> BURGEON DENTIST, TO WN\1IA TJ.; 110 WHAT. Nitrous Oxido Gtra At!ministered, - . OiliBO.IInurs, 9 n.i|). to 5 n.iii. Dff&s. Ttigoltldtj, ' ' (QUKEN'S OOfjLKGW, LONDON) Puyil of Dr, T3, 0, Monk (Into OrKnnifat York Cuthedral, .Kn^lnncj) Teacher of Pianoforte, Singing, Etc, BOWRAL. ■ Formerly Miifiu OovotnosH. AHlifonl. College,, Polls Point, Sydney- - Fnpila prepared for Sydney, London, find-.Trinity. . Colle^Qpj and AsaooifitPil linard, at NO KXTUA CHANGE. All unndidntuH HiiccoMful at examinations. MRS. S. G. GIBSONS, TKACIIISR OF ' SIUSIC SINGING, ELOCUTION, ■ 'AND DANCING, VISITS HOWRAIj DAILY. TERMS ON APPLICATION, ADMinsa—BUHRADOO. GEO. E. VINCENT, A. MIL'S. T.C.L. FHOTESSOlt OF MUSIC, BOWIiAL AND III rTAiiONCi. PIANOFORTE, HARfVSONY', COMPOSITION, Etc- ' TERMS ON APPLICATION, DENTIST, Ai'syjylo Street, M<JssValo M.iy be consulted at . . . Morgan's Pharma.cy . Every Monday Forenoon and Fi...

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Lessons in Wool-Classing. LIKELY TO BE DISCONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 15 August 1906

Lessons in Wool-Glassing. tIKELY TO BE DISCONTINUED; At a meeting.of the Moss Vale rcouncil on Monday night a letter was" read ' from the Superintendent of Technical Educa tion to the effect tHat the class'for wool ;classing would-be discontinued at the end of the present month, owing to. the great falling off. in the attendance of pupils. 'ThisnBWS'wasreceivedwith'fegretb'y the aldermen. t Y , Aid. Hawkins said it seemedsto.vhitn a. great pity that such an bppomimty''as that had been lost to Moss ..Vale. They all Wnew - that-the.,"Mayor had -done^ihis best in the matter, and it was a pity that the public were losing; an opportunity ■which'theyiwould very soon come-.-to re gret. -He would>like>if possible to see the class.kepton. .. ,j-.„ .- ,,, r > . Ald..Bcale thought.porhaps^hp. "\yinter months might have interfer'ed.withttfe at tendance, and .that, it would he/ better in the summer. . . . s- :. The: Mayor (Dr. Leighton Jones}.agreed with Aid. Hawkins that it was a pity ...

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

3EBENEFIT CONCERT.—A MEETING of the - full Committeo to settle accounts, etc., will bo held in tho Town Hall, Bowral, to-day (Wednesday) evening, 15thinst,, at 8 o'clock.—W. Stolces, Hon. Sec. 3E"0R SALE, 1 Rood Spring Cart and 1 light double-seated Bugsy. MuBt cell to make room for other vehicles that are arriving. J. W. NORMAN, The People's Butcher, Bowral. ,'3E"OR SALE, Cheap, two Comfortable Homes jiear Mns3 Vale, with 1-1 acres of land, well watered. Apply, G. P. LYNCH, Auctioneer, Moss Vale. T£*OR SULKIES and oth6r Vehicles, Saddlery, and Harness, none better than atT. HBOWNLOWS Federal Coachbuilder, Moss Vale. 33E011SE RUGS, Horse Rugs. Agency for tho Aberdeen Registered Brand, also my own special make, all at Sydney prioos.—T. BRONVNLOW, Federal Harness Depot, Moss Vale. ■3£ AM a CASH BUYER of Hides, Skins, and Wool, Marsupial Skins in any quantity.—Ci. IV LYNCH, Argyle-street, Moss Vale. 2£3£. RICHARDSON will sell at his rooms, Mo89 . -Vale,"noit Saturday, at 2.30 p.m. shar...

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Moss Vale Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 15 August 1906

Moss Vale Municipal Council. The usual meeting of the above waB held I 011 Monday night. Present: Aid. Leightou Jones (Mayor), H. W. Taylor, A. Mowle, E, B. Hawkins, J. II. Beale, 0. Mirow, and A. A. Carter. Correspondence. From 0. Gelling, of Ternora, asking for in formation re Town Hall, the council pro posing to build,—Tlio action of the clerk iu supplying the information wa3 endorsed. From L. T. Lloyd, Official Assignee, giv ing date of public examination at which the claim of the cour.oil in the estate of James Curtiu, bankrupt, could be proved.—It was | decided teat the matter stand over till next meeting, From the T. and G. Mutual Life Bociety, [ intimating that they had funds which they would be prepared to loan.— Received. From the council clerk, Junee, asking for information re the postal dolivery.—Clerk to supply same. From F. H. Throsby asking permission to erect a 4-roomed cottage at Throsby Park. —Granted under usual conditions. From C. H. Frosar, asking to have tho wa...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 15 August 1906

General News. v ^ For Bronchial Coughs take ^ • " > • Wbods' Gi-cai PoppermintCure. " la 6d. The-Sultan of Turkey is in a critical condition, though he is in no immediate danger. - "• •...•Hill Bros./Bowral, for clothing. About .50,000 persons are still living in tents at San Francisco. There is no ;skilled or other labor available for the v construction of houses.

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The Wollondilly Press (LATE "BOWRAL FREE PRESS"). 15.8.06. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 15 August 1906

GThc ^(itallanVilln ijrcss' (L.ATB "BOWHAL FREE Puess' ). 15.8.06. Itacal awl General, There is now a local tuner liero Mr. \ t - Arthur Chesterton (from London) has taken up his residence in Bowral , as a : ; pianoforte and organ tuner and "practical ■v' machinist, and bespeaks support. Local price for tuning 10s 6d.* , _ Tn Melhourne a man was charged wkU.-"n:';.v:v^>;'-'tnal<iDg:.avbctAvitU^'.cluld' 13, years old. An advertisement in another column shows that from the recent hospital ball tliere'was a nctt profit of £30 6s 6d. • The combined sports, in ' connection witli'thc-Mittagong bicyole and football clubs, will be held this afternoon at Oaklands,. Milta^ong. A good programme will be. submitted, and there should be a .large attendance. A dance will be held' this evening in the Canterbmy 'Hull. :Ex■, . cellent music and refreshments provided. Qn Monday, Mr. E. G. Jones, son of • ■ Mr. If. E. jonos, of "> Anuerlcvy," Bowral, sailed for America to complete his ...

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

he commercial banking COMPANY of SYDNEY, Ltd. [Estahmeiied 1831.] Capital paid up .. •.• •• ■ £M?9'99? ' Reserve Fund i nnnnn i .-Heservo Onpitftl 1,000,000 - £3,115,000 ■; diototohi " r f O. J, Cohen, Esq., Chairman; . Don. H. E. ICator, M.tj.C., Deputy Chairman. Hon. Honry Moict, M.L.C. _ Hon. Richard Jones, M.L C , Hon.-F. T.'Uumphery, M-Ii C. , . . ' ' ' auditors. B. s'. Capo, Esq., \V. L. Doclter, Esq. HEAD OFFICE, GEORGE-ST, SYDNEY. T. A. DihbB, General Manager. T.-B; GadeD;-Assistant Manager ami Chief Inspector. a! J. Soutar, Accountant. It , T , W.CiB/iileyj H.Hi MaBaio,W.H.Pinhey. Inspectors. INTEREST BATES ON FIXBD DEPOSITS. U per cent, for 0 monilis. ' :s "pot cent. Cot 1*2 months.,, ■ a pev cent. lor 2 years. LONDON OFFICE, 18 BIUCH1N-LANK, E.C. Directors-F. H. Dangar, Esq.; Benn W. Loyy,, Esq.; Hon, II. S. Littleton. Manager—F. A. Scrivener. » ■ "Branches .throughout the.- Slate. o£ ,-New- South Wales and in Queensland. Aaencies throughout the woild. ■ .,y " iiowrut Bra...

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Illawarra Electorate. TO BE CONTESTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 15 August 1906

IllawaiTii Electorate. TO BE CONTESTED. Recently it was:decided at a delegates' meeting of thke Illawarra Colliery Employ i ees' Association to support a Labour can ! didate for the. forthcoming. Federal elec i Hon. The miners':general secretary,- Mr. f>T: R-: Morgan, has not only communi cated with" the various district- lodges, but ■also with known sympathisers with Lab our's aspirations. Helensburgh, South Clifton, and Corritrial lodges- have already appointe"d,strong working committees' to: influence lodge members, and also to co operate with known .Labourite supporters outside , the association. The Sydney office of the Political Labour: League, of ,<New, South Wales has had a watchful,'eye on tlie possibility of annexing the-seat': in the interest of the Labour cause. Its general1 secretary has written; to tfiie ; dis trict miners' secretary- inquiring as to what is1 being done to organise Labour's ! forces in the electorate. While it is prob able that as soon as...

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The Late Archdeacon Langley [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 15 August 1906

The Late Archdeacon Laiigley A memorial service for the late Arch deacon Langley, Bishop of Bendigo, was held in St. John's Church of England, Moss Vale, oil Sunday evening. Bishop Langley had only a-few weeks prior to his death occupied the pulpit ait- St. Johns, and was held in very high esteem by the parishioners. ; There was a large congrer gation. The Rector, Rev. A. C. Mosley, preached an impressive sermon from thej text " Blessed are the dea^ which die in the Lord," and the choir rendered special music. .

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

U/i Wliito Blankets * • l#/0 y/i • do do do 1 '2/r» 10/1 do do do . 13/rt 10/4 do do » do- 14/11 10/4 do do do . .Wfi)'. 11/4 do doN do 14/11 11/1 do do do ' 1 :>/« 11/4 do do do -SI/.- : 12/4 do do do .• £3/0 12/4 do do ' do ifty,) i< •••. 0/i-Grej do - o do * ' : • 6/11 «ty I do rto ' do 7/11 11/i do do do > 18/6". FiANNEijrrres. 2*iu. rink Plnnnetaitea 5i6 28in. Creum do 5, *5 . Srfin. 1'inK 'do \ .• 7/ft-' 3Hm. Cream 'do . * « 7»ft > Mm. Pink , do 10 ii (Hiin. Cream do s , s 11/0 PfcANNE£&. AU Wool Rlnc,Eng)ii«h FUnnel lO.Jd do Kc>i do ' 10; I do Natural do *• 1/. - do (sri»y do 1/. do Blue do i •!/, do do • do, ) 4 .(Housing and Dresaing Qown Flanndetto "iVSe cleared at 4.J<1 innl fil per yard calico. 80in.' I'ltro Fmmty LoKudoih, 1/.'! dot, : ami at ii/fi, 7/(i. and 8.(1 per doz.v Towels. 'White and.Unbleached 'I'mkislrTowcla (com t'nl to }fi r/ieli. DRESS DEPARTMENT. Black find (JolareilUross Materials to be olcafafl in -three Jot*. I...

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

Glance at a few of tlie Bargains* JQh - (MOSS YALE) 30th Annual Sale &ecDA;^S ONEri^ Commencing Saturday, Aug1, xx„ - ^ , «$L.9 ' ■■ =■% 1 ' 1 ''tjlfm Greatest Bargains Ever Offered! BE St'rRM AND COME >

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

W tfewi <k&y !§SfP E SS VALE) WiOtSP START This Day Saturday, for 12 Days Only, BIG REDUCTIONS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. Space will not admit to qnote prices for one-twentieth of the lines we stock.. Come and see for yam'S^lves* We quote a few lines below, and: they aro tip top' value ^ ^ 150 Test Kerosene 3/9 tin Knife Polish 4£d tin Household Baking Powder 1/-.. Muir*8 Bloaters G|d Moir'B Herring in Sauce GAd Moir'e Finden Haddocks 6jd Ham and ChioUen Paste 1/9 dozen Sand Soap 2d bar Wax Mutches (beat) 4 packotfi for 1/v Ven. Red C for y. American Axes 4/& eaoh Cartridges 1/8 bos Larger Pack Tacks l£d packet Fire Shovels 4£d each KeroBone Pomps 7d each Brass Extension Rods 7§d each Barbed Wire 1G/G coil ~ , Bali Bearing Sewing Machine reduced to £01151' - Ifulflomine 1/3 pficbjfc Local view post Cards Gd dozen, Small boy,—little pool1 Oh joy,—no'nclibol, JFalt wet,—bad cold,. Home get,—ro.othor Rcold.. Boy*sick,—nearly dead, Our© qutck, doctor said, Don't wait...

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

Deafness Cured. Mrs. Emma Pouchey, 1 Gordon-street, Marrick-; viHo. ba.V8 : I was deaf very m*ny years, and am now completely euro;!, by iho Vibrophone?." Hook dfificribitiK tins Home treatment sent free. Addro^i, The Vibrophone Co., 02 Pitt-street, Sydney. Are Ymi Uovslung Vet? ! ' It in nn.wis* to lot your c >»gli nui on, f»r thl* frequont. oouuUiiV? naturally inor ase* the uritatiuu. o! tno boivhinl p.is asjes. You are « anderiu^. what we tafeo — Mipposo. you try chamberlain'* <*ou.h Remedy tlriHtiino. It has nl evol others and will ,'elievo you. Plea«ant to take—^othui;/ Jaud Loiil* ■ mj». Pur sale by }>. M Tgaii, C-embt. Farm implements and produce, at low rates, at Hill Bros., Bowwl. For Chronio Cheat Comptaint«, "Woods' Great Peppermint Cute. Is Qd. .

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

NKVI31S KNOWN- TO K.iU.. Mr, (J. S. Ki!zwi\h»T, Gli«irlevi!le--'(Q-vrrttu»>-: — vl Imvo uu^cl) plctsinuip Vstifyinj; io tiio excellent of ClmmWrlnn'iSi Colic. CluVi'in,, ami Ui.uiv Inx'ii Hemu/lv, having on *uvev(0 oeousionaexporU <'fu-<f<l iuosi )ienoUcm) reRnU.j. H>»vn qIsiv reeom*1 inoiuiud it to many pcoplu sufrerinK fioro bowel oom* phiinia. dianUD^u. au i ^WrtOiiK ry, ami Imvo never known it to toil.:- fror b.v D. Morgan, Chemist. Hill L3rop., Bowral, for boots, • .Prosecutions in connection with the sale of adulterated foods are said. to. be living a, aiQSt beneficial effect.

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

it's Getting Cold: MAKE YOURSELVES SMUG FOR THE WINTER BY GETTING YOUR Blankets, Mannels Jackets, Winter Underwear New Dress Goods Men's, Boys' and Youths1 Clothing Boots &nd Shoes •J. B. ANDREWS k CO., BOWRAL

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Football. WILDE'S MEADOW V. ROBERTSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 15 August 1906

Football. Wilde's: Meadow v. Robertson.. I The semi-final between these two clubs,-' ; i was played at Moss: Vale oa: Saturday. | last, and after a very, determined struggle1 ilie former team won f>y six points to> three. There ; was notliing. conspicuous- ■ ■■ about the game, it being fast .solid play,, with an occasional forward rush inter-: spersed. The clubs were represented* by-' ■ their fullest .strength, ;and-each tried, .hardv:' to win, and in a good many opinions on the day's play the'best leam lost; but* there was. not much to choose- froms as; I each side played a h,ird forward: game. .Robertson set the oval rollings and : tnade-ft* things, mercy; right from the. jump, their- . for wands, coming.down the.field at a.' tcrnfic pace as if to.sweep .a'l before them,. " but the Wilde's,Meadow defence was too,--* "strong to allow them to break through-;. •, finally- Wright received?a;inar'k, which: rewvii; heved the heavy pressure, and throughone of Robi rt-soi's players ...

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Meeting of Bylaw Committee: [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 15 August 1906

Meeting of Byluw Committee: At the conclusion of the ordinary meeting the bylaw committee (consisting of the whole council) met to consider the inspector's re port it was decided to caution "first' offend ers" against the bylaws prohibiting driving without lights and cattle straying, but a second offender under the latter bond is to bo proseouted. The act of soma person in- removing dur iug the night a horse which had been im pounded by tho inspector was cousiderod a Beriotis offence, and lie wis asked to make further inquiries. In order to prevent a re currence it was suggested that a secure pad dock at the ealevards be plaood at the dis posal of the pouudkeepor for the safe keep ing of cattle overnight. It was dedidod that the question of tho remuneration of the inspeotor for the use of his horse for inspecting dairies bo referred to the finauce oommitteo for report. A good deal of disoussion took place over tho failure of a number of the ratepayers to comply with bylnw 80, and th...

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

pGTS ESTABLISHED AT COURT, Iu an ft'ttiop. the cause of which wag flagrant mis n^o( our linn name ami other K«'o*a misrepresen tation* by an imitating company. which was trior! Ittforo his Honor Chief Justice J, Madden, m the Supremo Court, at Melbourne, the prosecution allowed:— That Sandet anil Suns' PuroValatile Eucal.ypt: Extract contains all modieinal constituents of the eucalypti, in a highly refined and puro forni . 2. That it is much more powotfuUy healing (anti septic) than owliiwry eucalyptus preparation*. That U (Iocs not depress the heart like ordinary puculyptus?preparation*. i. That in contains na harmful ingredients, and ; 5. That it ia highly commonded by many author*. itics-for tlio last HO years nu a flafo, reliable isnd' ofFectivc remedy. ; Somo invtatora Jmve tried to deceive the jmblic hv simulating our get up ; others h^vo reljed on tho tjust na good'* ({nine. TUorefoio, tuko caro and obr tuin.tho GENUINE# SA.NDKU & SONS' KUC-VLYP^I KXTUACT. • '

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