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To Preserve Tool Handles. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 22 August 1906

To Preserve Tool Handles. . A simplo mctbod of strengthening and1 preserving handles of the lools about the farm is us follows :—Bore a B.-16ih inch bole, 8J inches deep, in tbe top end of tho handle., Fill tliia. with ■ clean-running oil, and leave the fork (or whatever implement it may bo) standing . overnight. By morn ing most of tbe oil will bnve soaked down through tbe handle. Fill again, and corlf tli6 hole with'a wooden peg. Should you think the handle needs more oil at any time, it is au cany matter to bore out tbe cork and fill the well again. It answers equally well for tbe handles of. axes, slashers, shovels, forks, picks, hoes, and most of tho other tools about the farm;

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
An Olive Inside an Egg. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 22 August 1906

An Olive Inside an Egg. When Mr. H. Gadd, of Bnrnside, S.A.,. wont to oat: a boiled dnol: egg ut biotikfaat on Tuesday morning hut be noticed on re moving the top portion of tha'.egg" that em bodied between the white and the yoke wns a whole olive. --

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Wollondilly Press (LATE "BOWRAL FREE PRESS"). 22.8.06. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 22 August 1906

©be fh'css (L,ATE "IdOWKAL T'"rGK PllKSS"). 22.8.06. Local and General. You can only buy Beet Qui!lily Creamery Batter at U 11). ru Maig and Co's Sale, with ooupucis. f At the Friendly Societies' Union com mittee meeting on Monday' evening, Mr. F. T. Berrnan, in moving that the tender ;of the Bowral Association Band be ac cepted for playing at their sports in Octo ber, said that the music supplied by that . band last year welLmerited their ,accept ; ance this year, as their-playing was excel lent, -and no band could serve them bet ter. • . It will bo seen by advt. that, a Wards man is required for the Berrima District Hospital; Bowral, applications to be with the secretary by 25th inst. The Mittagong Brass Baud has been -engaged for the Ball at Robertson 011 the 29th instant. According to the Gazette Mr.. J. Fay, of the head office, is to succeed Mr. J.: A. Ware as letter carrier at Bowral ; and : Mr. W. T. Mockett, late of Bowral is to proceed to Cootamundraas letter carrier. For C...

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Don't Cross Your Knees. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 22 August 1906

^Don't Cross YourJKiioes.. ^ This apparently harmless habit, ia likely to cause sciatica, lameness, chronic numb ness, asceuding paralysis, cramps, varicose veins, and other evils. The reason is simple. The back of the knee as wbII as the front of the elbow ami wrist, the groin and arm pit, contain nerves and blood vessels which are less adequately protected than in other parts of the body. The spaoe behind tho kuee contains two largo nerves, a large artery, and numorons veins and lymphatic glands. It is the pressure on thoso nerves and vessels which is apt, to givo rise to var ious troubles.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Resembling a Baboon. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 22 August 1906

' ' Resembling a Baboon. •. "A 'Miidgee,correspondent • wires -that residents of Pyramid, about 40 miles from Mudgee,. liave been terrorised by the np ■p«arance there of a strange animal re Hembling a baboon. Several reputable people- aver that they have encountered the animal, and that its appearance is .Bucli as.to inspire the-greatest dread.

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Cataract Dam. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 22 August 1906

The Cataract Dam. The new roservoir at Cataract Dam, work upon which waa commenccd noarly four years ago, is noaring completion, and the groat wall will impound 21,411,000,000 gal lons of wator. This water will bo used as a rcsorve for the Prospect Reservoir, and will romove the fear of any restriction in tho supply required for tho city and Bubnrbs for many yoars to como. Tlie catchment area oxtends for 350 square miles, and tho area of water when the reservoir is full will oxtaud to 285S acres at top-water level. Tho dam is the biggest in. tho Southern Hemisphore, and one of the highest in the world. Its construction plant is practically nil driven by electrical power, and is said by American engineering papers to be tho best in the worldfor.tbe clues .of work it is doing. The Watera.nd Sewerage Board expects to be able to sell lar^e quantities of water from the roservoir for irrigation purposes in this surrounding country. To uivo an idea of what .possibilities the new resorvnir ...

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 22 August 1906

9it tluv SEouic. 1 A.fi*o»lncr of Mourny . unrl fn'clom from nnxtoty : ■pR!vndr,«».iht» Iiniiio in which Cit&mhciitun's• I'nin - ifiilttv m feept oonshmly on Imivl. A touoh of >' lifhrutiMUiHin. Nourul^la, mi ivltuck of Ik'adtiulie, /KafaelNvTni'thm'ho, n Sort* Throat whatever, tho v IhmiIiIc W Chain' wIium'* (>niti ljalm drives away Ihr j>nn> tit nncfnui<t euros Die distmvc ij iM-klv, Kirat gives velicr, For wile ty J>, Morgan; : Cheuitel,. • ■■ -

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Final Football Match. WILDE'S MEADOW DEFEAT MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 22 August 1906

Final Football Match. WILDE'S MEADOW DEFEAT MITTAGONG. The'match played at. Moss Vile on Saturday, last decided this year's local union.competition, and Wilde's; Meadow having defeated Mittagong become pre miers for 1906. . The match was played under very adverse weather conditions, tile ground being slippery and in parts very muddy; the result of the previous night's rain, whilst, there were showers during.the progress of the-game. Both ( sides put their rbest teams in., the field. Wiide's Meadow were represented by the following Messrs. Goodtellow, Irvine, ;Bresnahan, Turnbull, Lewis, Walsh; Ward,: Little, Winslow,. Cleary, Ryan,. [ Seery, S. Goodfellow, Wright, and Moule." I The following/was the* Mittagong team : —Messrs; Murray, / J. Nicholis,- Cupitt; Webb, Garter, H: Nicholis, Cripps,. Mc Rae, Waters, Wilson, Troy, Spears, Dow ling, Collins, and E. Nicholis. Wilde's-Meadow. won the, toss and ,de-: fended the town .end. No scores were registered in the first half, although Wil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 22 August 1906

NBVGH KNOWN TO. FAIfi. Mr. 0. S. 1'nz.vnlier, Chnrlnvillo (Q-).. writo* "I luivu much plfmsitio in L'ihltfyin;; to the VxeoUoiit q'jn 111 ii'K of Oluuntitirlniii'a Colin, Cholera, <iml Dinrr Ikk.'u UciiioiI yt having on Rnvfiral • ocaimioiiu. (ixpori-: ancori mont bcneticial rconlU. Have also recom memlcii it to nmnv people suffcrini; from boWol_fi0.iii pluiniG, riinrrlioi'u, nml ilyseiiifctv, _unj have hover known it to fail,- For sals by D. Murijiiiii • Chemist. ■ \'i>» can only buy . Clmir aunts at lji oaolt at Hni{< anil On's Sale, wiili coupons. - \ Liint year - 210,846 .puftsettgers -pawed through tlio Sue7. Oumvl. Of ilioae Slj'.UU wero solilioia. ' v •A worker-bee invariably.dies «8 iv remiU of using iis sling. - ; ( ~ IIii.L Uros..- Bowrnl—the lenders 'in fashion. Their . stock of- drapery, ,-etc., -keeps.pacii with the-seasons..- • Tlio host timo f.ir exorcis i*.-about' two hours aflora niati'l. -. ■ ■.! > The iiaho8 of burnt corks make fino bla...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 22 August 1906

Taylor Br@s. (MOSS VALE) 30th Annual Winter Sale : > STAHTS ' ' I Saturday, Aug. lltli for 12 Days Only, BIG REDUCTIONS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. .Space will not admit to quote prices for one-twentieth "of tbe lines we stook. Come and see'for-yourselves. We quote a few lines below, and they are tip top value :—'' •. • ■ '■ 1 . ■ 150 Test Kerosene 8/9 tin Knife Polish 4}d tin Household Baking Powder 1/ Moir's Uloaters 13Jd Moir's Herring in Sanoe 5Jd - Moir's Fioden Haddocks Gjd Ham and Chickon Paste 1/9 dozen Sand Soap 2d bar Wax Matches (best) i packets for 1/ Ven. Bod 0 for 1/ American Axes 4/3 each ■ .Cartridges 1/8 box. Large,Pack Taoks ljd packot J?iro Shovels -1 Jd each . - Kerosene Pumps 7d eaoli Brass Extension,Bods 7Jd eaoh * ,Barbed Wire 10/0 ooil " Ball Bearing Sewing Machine reduced to £0/15/ . Kalsoraihe 1/8 packet Local view Post Cards Od dozen

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Accident at the Australian Club. A VISITOR FALLS 50 FEET. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 22 August 1906

Accident at the Australian Club. A-VISITOR FALLS 50 FEET. An accident occurred at the; Australian Club on Saturday night'last,', resulting in the death of Mr. Claud H. Osborne, 24 years of age, eldest son of Mr. Hamilton Osborne, of Elizabeth Bay, who residep at Canowindra," where he was engaged in; pastoral pursuits. On Saturday night Mr. Osborne visited the Australian Club, and spent some time in the billiard-room, which is situated on the third; floor; Shortly after 11 o'clock he left his com panions, and walked on to the balcony, wliere he was noticed sitting on a chair near the railings.- A few minutes later a waiter found deceased lying on the base-, ment in an unconscious condition. He was immediately carried into the club, and attended by Drs. Chisholm, Kirkland, and Gleddon, but died a few hours later, death being,due to a fracture of the skull. No one appears to have seen the accident, b it it is .believed that deceased on rising from the chair-overbalanced, and fell over ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 22 August 1906

Itoiul to Ituiti. : . Boglua when consumption and biliouaneai fnsteu tli mJolvoa on you, and druir down your hodltli; : O'lambsrlain's Stamnoli and E.i wr T.ib'i.'U cura those d'S'rdorx, and fiirco.'Hfiillv biiil-1 np your xtrflngth and boaltli. For aula by D. Morgan, Choruiat. . For Children's flncUinp Cou^li at Night, Woods' Great PopiiormiiH Cure. 19 Gd. You oan only buy Ilorrooka' 30.1 A. Calico at Haig and Go's Rale, at 4.-J. duz >.with coupons.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 22 August 1906

HE COMMERCIAL BANKING-1 . COMPANY of SYDNEY, Ltd. [ESTABLISHED 1831.] Capital pBid up £1,000,000 Reserve Fund .. .. .. . l,Uo,000 Bcserve Capital ., .. .. 1,000,000 £3,115,000 mnr-CTOits. • (5. J. Cohen. Esq., Chairman. Hod. n. 13. Katcr,M.L.C., Deputy Chairman. -Hon. Henry Moses, M.L.C. Hon. Richard Jonoa, JI.L.G. Hon. F. T. Eumphery, M.L C. AUDITOllS. E. S. Cape, Esq., W. L. Docker, Esq. : HEAD OFFICE, UEORGE-ST, SYDNEY.; T. A. Dibba, General Manager. T. B. Gadcn, Assistant Manager and Chief Inspector. A. J. Soutar, Accountant. W.C.B.Tiley, U.H. Masaie, W.H.Pinhey, Inspectors. INTEREST RATES ON FIXED DEPOSITS. It per cent, for 6 months. ■ 3 "per cent. for 12 months. 3 per cent, for 2 years. LONDON OFFICE, 18 BIRCHIN-LANE, E.C. Directors— F. H. Pangar, Esq.'; Bcnn W. Levy,; Esq.; Hon. H. S. Littleton. • ; Manager—F. A. Scrivener. - . , Branches throughout the State of New South Wales and in Queensland. AgeneieB throughout the world. .. ■ Bowral Branch, GAVIN GEOIU! 10, Manager. H, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 22 August 1906

[Estabmshed 1872.] J. G. MORRIS & CO., AUCTIONEERS AND VALUATORS, HOUSE, LAND, AND ESTATE AGENTS; Agents for Australian Mutual ?irc Inourance' Co.' „ Victoria.Fire Insurance Co. ■ „ Colonial Mutual Life Assurance Society.' . „ Minto Stwl l'iR iind Poultry-Farm. ,, GriflitU and Allan, Patent Attorneys.' - Goods lroceivotl al our Rooms for Privnto or Auction Sale. An attractive list o£ Freehold Properties for Sale.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 22 August 1906

pAGTS ESTABLISHED AT COURT, In an nation, tho cause of whiob was flagrant mis* iij*k of oar fkm name and other gross mLsreprcsfm •tvii>n« by an imitating company, which wati tri».»d foefuro his Honor Chief Justice J. Madden, K.C.M.G., h.U.D., in the Supromo-Court. at Melbourne, the proHcc ition'fh'owod 1. That Saridet and Sons' Puro Valatile Eucalypti Extract contains all medicinal constituents of the eucalypti. In a . highly refined and pure ••/.form.-', 2. That it is much raoru powortnlly healing (anti septic) than ordinary eucalyptus preparation?. 3" That it doe# not depress tbehoart like ordinary encul.yptus preparation.1*. <1 Thnit; in contains no harmful ingredients, and ' 5. That it highly commended by many author ities for the lastJJO years as a safe, reliabU and effective lemcly. Some imitators have tried to decoivo tho public by simulating our got up ; others have relied on the **]nrit:as good" game. Thorefore, tulcc care and ob» tain tho . . <- : ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 22 August 1906

It's Getting1 Gold. fWAKE YOURSELVES SMUG FOR THE WINTER - BY GETTING YOUR Blankets, Flannels Jackets, Winter Underwear New Dress Goods Men's, Boys'and Youths' Clothing Boots and Shoes ' '■■■. ^"37 J. B. ANDREWS & CO., BOWRAL.

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House Furnishing in School. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 22 August 1906

House Furnishing- in School. Wo are told that bon39 furnishing is a department that will be introduced into domestic scienae, as taught, in the publio schools. This branch is to be represented by model rooms, with a series of little paste-, board rooms ou the scale of an inch and a quartor to a foot. Some of the sitting-rooms will bo furnished to illustrate beauty nnd simplicity at small cost. Every detail must be complete iu these model rooms, even to toy lamps on the tables and imitation books in the bookcases. Tlus furniture to be used it), these rooms is not at all like what most of the pupils see in their house.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 22 August 1906

liiijC.-'7?noa.rfnr Saod PntatooxBrownoil'a Barly Uo»e. Ueaiuy ot Hebron, and Early Vermont; • There iuo 1.087 varieties of pears;- , •Monk Sjluvniaz, iv Cordelier, madolho fust o,union in ;IS'tropo in 13,40. : You cnn only buy Cirnlo Tumblers at 3a doz. flt Ilnig nod Co's Salo,:willi coupons.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 22 August 1906

IT 1 A SENS1B1LE. , STIMULANT/ | ii:iii!il?S'itL' \Ww6witli>a "r^- i "^1II II -■» .11—11 III i i ■ £ B : A Stimularti tha .medicinal in its ■ at^iort ana is direct laeaUibi ^promoter is j' worthy? ofYaO men's drinksngf j& Jt is bracing*, arid bias curative effect in ■£? "• liidn'ey.' Bowel, and Urinary Affe^ions. M. ' A liifc Saver. Tho Fedoral Govoinm«mt compels all vessels to tarry life*eavbg apparatus, but it is the. love for thpic children ihat cannes parents to, always have Chamberlain's .Gou^h Rero.edy at hand to give their little,oriQs when attacked with croup. Mr. ;"W. A. Peake, l^ouut.Barker>(§.£.)»« .was.-prepared; Says he :-^"l have always considered Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the boat cough mixture in„ the. matkvt, and after my recent oxpeiienca am prepared to way that it has no equnl. I firmly believe, tlmt by the timtly uab'of CimmbcrlairiVCouuh Remody we saved tho life ; of ouv ' qhild when attacked with c'roup^ For sald'by T>:Morgan, Obfouat*

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A Spendthrift's Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 22 August 1906

' A! SpeMtlirift's llccord. ^ •. Inrecording tho death of John Stpel, of; Franklin, Pennsylvania, who achieved noto riety by squandering a foi'tuue of £000,000. in seven luoutlis,' the Loudon Telegraph, correspondent tells; the following amassing: story :— : ' "He died in poverty. Deceased's foater 'oiotbBr, from whom lie derived hi3 wealth, wuS/.blown to pioces by an explosion of coal oil gas, and for that reason, apparently, Steel was known throughout America as .'Goal-Oil Johnny.' His record a spendthrift, • .detailed in n most amazing book, is verified by-scores ot peopje still alive. For months Johnny, marob&dsthoBtrdets in various oil itownsvbedeulted 'in- bank-notes and dollar bills,Qf.vurioiis::de!iominations pinned to his '-Qoafjiiiyd trousers; ..Paper-money lined his • hot atjd protrudadi from tke uppers of his • tfoote.? -HefiVvas'not"preowely mud, but was mflliglad with': what tho French eall the folia •do^grsliideur,- and would do anything for notoriety,: winch1...

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