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

The DANGERS and CONSEQUENCES of a NEGLECTED COLD I #1 Winter Cold lullJtimiihiti* .Ullilim Consumption THE END A Cert in Cure—Fuss's Cough Linctus. A DOSE RELIEVES! A BOTTLE CURES! SOU) KVICItYWIIKKK. If m.»: obLJtLibk- locally. we will ^nd mw. i.oiiio, ->* ;M. Three 1 a*m 111"" fur r>- r»irmi;o piml. THE COSMOS APOTHECARIES CO., 665 GEORGE STREET, HAYi;1 ARK ET, J>Y0HjY. 52jE2&E/PE&: -sr. Sld-OffESSS. An otter to the Public? is made bv " 'I'll IC CASH CUI'MIST," ]fl OX TOHD STR EET, SYDNKY (whom Inline-? ti ns boon Ktnbli-hfd In,- in yours;, to sive surk'ti'is in the Country Towns a chuni-e lor CODfiilli 11(5 U'nillng Spcdnllsls in Sydney. Pend full pniliculurs anil fvniptoran 1I your compliunt, and cnilose n Us Cd pn<(nl nclc, nnd your rnec will l e Heated conflti .ntially. Your medicine will be inrwmdrd by leiinn moli-fiee restate. Different specialists for various compialnlH. *1 his offer if culy to-n fMv weeks. Addicts: " THE CASH CHErviIST,"...

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CONSUMPTION. LACK OF INFORMATION THE CAUSE OF THE PREVALENCE OF CONSUMPTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 22 August 1906

CONSUMPTION. LACK OF INFORMATION THE CAUSE OF THE PREVALENCE OF CON • SUMPTION. / - It is safe lo.any that more tlmn hulf the cases bf tubercolosis, nr'opuMimpt'nn, occur through the people not kri^wiVig that it is a preventable disease.:' Consumption lias al ways-been, considered hereditaiy, and the unfortunate person.threatened with 't looked npon as doomed, arid tho person with con sumptive ancestors considered to have the seeds of the disease in hid system. They have so'long aoceptod the idea that it ii hereditary that it seems nearly imp< aiible fpr,them to believe, that it is directly con tagious, and that it runs in families because of the close contact 01° exposure to infection rather than becanse of heredity. The people do not know that poor ventila tion is as bad as poor food. They do not know the early birds of the dis-eane. They do riot know that loss of weight, that daily variations, of temperature, that oontinncd tired feeling, or that any cough which resist...

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Moore College Bursary Fund. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 22 August 1906

Moore College Bursary 3?hMC Tho Reys. C. 0. Dunsion and E. A Golvin have been yisiling tho Mous Vule district, in the interest of the Moore College Jubilee Bursary Fund. Mr. Golvin pronched in St. John's 011 Sunday morning, and Mr. Dtin etan in the evening. On account of the -in clemency of the weather the congregations wero small. The deputation has been,fairly successful iu travelling throusli the ' Stale, having raised over £8,000. /Clio object ,of the fund is to aid students of slender means for holy.ordersi The college is. :Bituated at Newtown, and the present principal-is.'the: B iv. N. Jones. About 800 students have passed through the college,; oust of them , are working in the Chnroh withiu tho Com monwealth of Australia. , , ■ >

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Accidents. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 22 August 1906

Accidents. Mr. E. A. Roty, of Mittagong, met-witli a very paibful Occident'oa Saturday last. He was inspecting the new shop which was being erected for Sir. G. Morton in Main-street, and When stepping' through' the partly-finished window he alighted on a tin, which'went from under: him, and he fell heavily backwards,, striking his* head on the window sash. A cut about three inches ' long was inflicted,. which rendered Mr. Roty insensible for a time. He was conveyed to his home, and atten ded by Dr. Middleton. A sulky accident, attended by ■ rather painful results, occurred at Moss Vale last week. Messrs. W. D. Moore and 'W. Holland, of Bowral, were driving along Argyle-street, when a sulky coming from the oppbsite direction collided with them. Mr. Moore and his companion were thrown on'to. the roadway, the former, who' {held the reins, being dragged some distance before the horse could be; stopped. The result, was that his hip and the back of one of his hands were very severely in j...

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B.D.F.S. Union. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 22 August 1906

B.D.F.S. Union. -The monthly committee meeting of the above was held on Monday evening last nt Mrs. Willis' refreshment rooms, there being a large attendance of delegates as follows Bros. Jos. Stokes (president), J. Mealing, Robson, T. Chapman, W. Sav ell, E. .Taylor, C. Ezzy, F. T. Berman, R. Loseby, J. Beavan, J. McDonald, R. A. Goodwin,-W. Holt, J. Tickner. H. E. Davis, W. W. Loseby, H. Childs, W. \V. Smith, Trude, T. S. Piggott, and W. R; Farrow, hon. sec.' Correspondence. From W. W. Smith declining being placed on the committee on account , of ill health. : "t -::-: From T. E. Cope conveying thanks for being elected a member of the committee, and stating that he would do all he could for the furtherance of the object. From Chief Secretary's office, Sydney, acknowledging the receipt of the Union's letter re proclaiming Monday, xst Octo ber a public holiday in the police district of Berrima, and adding tiiat' the matter .would'- be' attended to.—The Secretary mentioned that; sinc...

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The Federal Rolls. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 22 August 1906

;r/.Tiip'0Tedei,aI".;.RoIl81 With reference to the approaching Federal; elections, Mr.'J. 'H. Forrest,".'secretary.''of the People'sReform League of New South Wales, asserts that independent of the, pub lie "departmental arrangements" the great est shock ever given to voters, will be ex perienced this year unions some stop is tnlcon to. remedy.the modus operandi mapped out by 'tiie Commonwealth authorities, for the collection of names. He ""deblares' the police collection to fee obsolete .and - faulty, aild ventures the' opinion .that- when the poll is taken the ballot-bos- will reveal "an-; ; oilier overwhelming minority vote. Hojv,! i: he aski, can such extensive worlt'be dono-byv [ a limitod niimber'of police in the endeavour, to get from now the now rolls,: printedfjaiid: ready for issue by thb'ontl of^say, October;?; The prevent ByAtom-QiviJj.t'op.ly^Spproiicli of-' fectivonesa if tho police are told oft'to owli/nf^ the names at night aq-weUvuST-iu the day;: The lutter oanvass ...

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Life on the Dorrigo. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 22 August 1906

Life on tlio Dorrigo. The following is told "by a Dorrigo oor respondant in the " Raleigh Sun. and is iiu indication of what lifo is worth ou Dovri (jo just now;—"Tho weather is '.very unld. uud vary severe frosts prevail. Oiie liuB«to [iiiljiuttor," mil!;, and nil fropsaMe goods near the-lire iii tlie morning before eating ihoni. aM lliny aro frozen and hard as glasB. A lady lie.ro wont to beat tip an ei!g for a pitddnicr, andVo'ii breiiking tlie shell found that tho white of the ogg was frozen.

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Municipal Endowment. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 22 August 1906

Municipal Endowment. , At; one time municipalities regularly looked forward to a Government endow-; mant to assist them in carrying on their work— that is, beyond the statutory per iod for which they were entitled to such aid. : The .amount' so received was usually :5s in the £ on the rates collected during the preceding 12 months, but then it dropped to half a crown ; and for some time there was no endowment at all. The usiial reply to deputations was that- it would be renewed "when funds were available. And so, when Premier Car ruthers announced that he had an over flowing exchequer, the aldermen of many municipalities thought it an opportune time to make a •further appeal for State help, and relieve the treasurer of his bur den. As a result of an influential'deputa tion'which-waited upon him, Mr. Car ruthers promised to ask Parliament to set aside £50,000 as a municipal endowment, and the sum was voted without much op position. - A somewhatnovel method of distribution was' adopte...

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

BLANKETS; U. 1*. S. V 9/4 Wkito Englinlt UlnnliCta 10/0 , fi/fi 9/1 do da1 do 12,6 10 1 10/1 do • dd" dd:S 13/tf~ ll/.ll.l 10/1 dd da do 11/(1'*' 12/0 'j 10/4 do ■ do dd 10.9 . M.'li, .1 1 I'd do do do 1111 12/11 1 11/1 do do v do 1">,9 • 1 :</» I .11/1 do .do do ' 21/. :/• IS/0, j 12 4 d(/ dd dd 2V> 19 6 | ■ 12/1 do do da • 2o,r/.- 'J-.'fi > 9;1 Grey ■ do ' ■ do ■ . 6"11 . ; ■ 6/11 ■ 9/11 do do-..:- do . Till i-• fi/'H ; . 11/4 da do .do . 1£/'j ■ 1.")>11 , FLANfMEbETTES. 28in. Pink Flannelettes. . .W> . 3/11 , 281 n, Cronm do : • • • 3/fi , S; 11 i-Silin, .Phi* . da ■ . - , . .7/6. • . o.-.l-l • 3Hin. Cnmra dd * i '■ • 7'6 -i; 11 3tim. l'ink -do; 10.6■/>.*.■-8/11 : Tiiiin. Cream di>. . • 11 5 - -9.ti FLANNELS. :• All,Wool Kino Englisl) I'itnnol , lOJd .... 91 1 do lied do KM 1 fl | do . Mtiturai do . *'1/. * . 10A-1 \ [ ; do (tr(*7 do 1/. ■■ ■ • l(lid | do Bine do . 1/. ■ rlO'j'l '■A, ''do no•}. do ;.1/4 1 i:,/

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Bowral Fire Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 22 August 1906

Bowral Eire Board. A meeting of the above was held on Monday last, there beinpj present the Mayor, Aid;vH. M, Oxley (in the chair). Messrs;. G. E. Marston, Ebb. Davis, and P. C. Beer(hon. secretary). Correspondence. From the Underwriters' Association, forwarding forms to be filled in for obtain ing subsidy.—The secretary to supply the information -From the secretary of the brigade, sug gesting that the board issue certificates to firemen who have served for over five years ; applying for another iobft. length of hose, in place of the present hose, which was useless; applying for wooden handles for the bell-ropes.—It was] re solved to make inquiries from a metropoli tan brigade re the issue of certificates, whilst the secretary is to report upon the other matters mentioned. / From the Ocean Accident and Guaran tee Corporation, notifying} thatjithe pre mium of £12 ios(insurance on 2ofiremeri) was overdue.—It was decided, owing, to the state of the finances, to discontinue the policy. ...

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

"^53F®r"ANTED, n, competent General for a few weeks. Easy place. Apply this office. - 1 A R.DS MAN required for. Eorrimii. District Hospital, liowral. £1 per week anil found. Ap plications with leitimonials to tlic Secretary by 25th vinBt. . ' ' ' ■ 3E"0R SALE, Cabbage Plants—Succession,. St. JohivDay, and London Market. Fred W. Cope, Kenloy Cottage;" Merrigang-Street, Bowral. ggT. JTJDE'S SOWERS'. BAND.TAm:ual Moot •ing in Sclioolh'illj Wednesday, 2*2nd inst.-, at 3 p.m. Exhibition of Work and Sale of Gifts. Entranco Free. Afternoon Tea H.—M. HARGRAVE, Hon. Sec. • ■■1 ■ ■ ■, ■ ■■■■.; ■ .■ ■ 3c°0R SALE, Black Orpington, White Leghorn ohicks. Sixpence and nincpence each.. Also few Bettings of Eggs, 5a.—Apply ".Elmwood, " Moss -Yale. ; v ■ ■ • ■ ■W"ANTED, Full-grown Female Native Cats,; price 1/G ; and Fotnata Bandicoots 2/6, for Scientific purp&ses.—Wm. GRICE.Bundanoon; SE-'OR SALE, 1 Rood Spring. Cart , and 1 ligh1 double-seated Buggy; Muse sell to make room for other vehicl...

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

You can nnly tinv Brum, Spirit Tuiinpsat (II enoli at II»ig mill Oo.n Sale, with eoci|iou9. Ovor 1,000,000 pat skills (ire used ovory •year in tlin furtnido. •Thtoutjliout Aiiftnilia vniocfl — A Cure.! , A .Cure !'! A CuieYl.l : t .; 'I'liii nnly mally ocrlain thing j Which, Summer,: Autumn, Winter, Soring, - Will Cure. Will Cnio. Will Onrii ' V. . Vonr cmiRhn on:! cnld.i,.and make thorn hrlug GlnO ti ibuto to their ho^lini" kinK, , Woods'.GruiVt Peppermint Cure. ■ ! There are al ways 5,000 Uri tiali vesselsa I sou. , ; Hir.ii Ruosi for Se?fl lVitatnbslirnvvnoll'H Early IWso,. Beauty ot Hobron;: and Burly Vermont,:

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

C. H. Hahtead, ■ ARCHITECT, •' Wkriiisoton," liURRADOO. Dr. It. Crate ford, SURGEON DENTIST, ~ TO WN UAL T, 110 WRA 7. : Nitrous Oxide Ghh Administered. Office Hour's,fl a.m. to 3 p.m. iTfflrs. fygofil&y, (QUEEN'S COLLEGE, LONDON) • Pupil ot Dr. E. G. Mo^k (liilo Orgnnist York Cntheilml, ICnplnncl) Teacher of Pianoforte, Singing, Etc. BOWRAL, Formerly Mupic Governed, Atdiford College, Potta Point, Sydney. pupil* prflpnrod for Sydney, London, nnd Trinity Colleges, and Associated Board, nt NO EXTRA < . CllAItGJ2. Ail candidates buccchhTuI at examinations. MRS. S. 0. GIBBONS, TEACFIER OF' MUSIC SINGING, ELOCUTION, AND DANCING. VISITS uowkal DAILY. TERMS ON APPLICATION, Aoi)re3.t—burraboo. 'GEO. E. VINCENT, A. MU.S. t.C.L. - ' PliOFESSOIl OF MUSIC, BOWRAL AND MITTAUONCi. : PIANOFORTE, HARMONY, •: COMPOSITION, Etc. TERMS ON* APPLICATION7. DR. H. LEIGNTGN dONESl r>i5ivrris'r;> A r»ylo stveetj Moks "V ale : May lie consulted at . . . Morgan's Pharmacy Every Monday ...

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

Blousine: and Crossing Gown Flannelette Tobo cloared at -i|d aiul-Od por yard - • CAblCO. Vnte Family U'lnsclut-h, i)A doz* . . and rit 5,<i, G,G, 7/6, ami S.G per doz. v; TOWELS. Wbilo nod Uubltmchcd i'mk-sh fowcla froni G-l lo . .. ch«ii. ■■■ - .*■' DRESS DEPARTMENT. .... . -Black and Colored Urrss Materials to be ck&vtsd in three lots; . . LOT 1 — Price* from Is to C5J, to hcA • cleared »t 11$ i per van). LCJT 3 — Pi ice* ranging from Is lM to ol, to be cleared at I/O per yard....;. ;v. '. •' : LOT 3—Price* ra»»«n»R froniVs tM to 3a «?J, to be ■ cleared at 28 3«J per yarn. •r FURS! FURS! FL'RSJ ' The remainder of our «,»el{ wM be cleared at Is, • Is GJ, an 17s -'d eneli.. . ' tlic ./W'ANHSH E-MBROIBKltr.slLRflilring the Sale will be offgrurf Rt 3/Q.du£»-balls; • . . . ■ HOSIERY, -.v. ■■■ j All W.cnl Blacl<, Plain, .find Hih.Cashrcsere Hu«e at JOdpair. ori^iiul prieo.i SHOW ROOM. JACKETS. 86 .Tnt&n'o in nil tlic Newest Shades tf[ Qrity, : B.'o...

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

. A, cough is a danger signal. Tou Should hood its .-warning promptly, Bogin at once, anil tako regular doses of All sorious lung troubles begin with a common cold. A oold in tho throat easily passes to tlio bronchial tubes, ami you havo bron chitis, loading pos sibly to pneu ^Simonia or con sumption. Stop your cold bofore ft goos down into tho chest. When you bring n bottlo' of Ayer'a Cherry I Vet oral into the house you bring with it relief, good oheor, hope, and sunshino. It Is a Standard and unrivaled ronsody for' colds and coughs. j There are many substitutes and I mi-' . tations. Bewaro of thom and of so-| called "Genuiuo Cherry Poctoral."' Bp sure you got AVER'S Cherry Poctoral. .Put up In largo and small bottles. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayert Co., Lowell, S. A. Solo Agonto— /O J < &5> s BWi/^t'Mfa.ii'ji-tyragaagsaasaa Tlies e .^.BjLO© to tl*e art istic bwyer New Models. New Designs. Ne\v Scales. Price consis tent with grade. Old Pianos taKcn in oxchnn|;o....

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

> . • . Arc Yon Coughing Yet ? . .."It'18 nnwis« to Iqfcyour o«>ugh run on, for thi* frequent coughing naturally increases tho irritation of tho bronchial passages. You are wondering what wo )nko—(.uppoHo yon try chamberlain's Couuli Kiiincdy thin tiino. It )im relieved others nncl will 'cliovii yuii, PloA'ant to take—soothing and hottl nig. Fur sule by D. M-'rgan, Chemist. ' The King is an admirer of Mr. Rooaevolt, and follows the Am-r'can President's mova nifints with interest. He was considerably amtisod wlien lie ones rend that at; the invi to,! ion of the pastor of a new Dutch Re formed Church at Washington "Brother Roosevelt" delivered an iraprossivo address. "Anyhow," t'xi:liiimed his Miijosty, with a laugh, "I_shan't follow him in that lino*" The .value of the "Wollondilly Press' as an advertisjng medium is fast increas [ ing, and advertisers, too, are realising ..its worth in this connection, as our business columns will show. Subscriptions, too . are coming in rapidl...

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Football. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 August 1906

Football. The representative match between the ' Berrima-Camden Union and a combined tean) of Kangaroo Valley and Berry play*_ ers, will be played at the Valley this afternoon. The Union's team is undoubt edly a strong one, and they can reason ably expect to meet worthy foemen, so that an exciting game should result. Mr: C. E. Morgan, the well-known Sydney referee, will have charge of the whistle. The Kangaroo Valley team have made Elaborate arrangements for the visitors, who will leave this morning, returning to - morrow (Sunday). Following are the teams :—Berrima Camden Union: Back, F. Hopson ; three quarters, T. Lewis, W. Ritchie, Brown, and J. Nicholls; halves, H. Nicholls and G. Wiles ; forwards, P. Walsh, R. Missinghum, P. Salkeld, T. Ryan, T. Walsh, S. Goodfellow, E. M'Rae, and E. Nicholls. Kangaroo Val • ley: Back, J. M'Inerney ; three-quarters, ■ P. Hampshire, M. and J. Quilkey, and W.Wallace; halves, II. Randall and J. Moffitt; forwards, F. Wright, J. Blow, A. Robertson, F...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 August 1906

You can only buy Brnsa Spirit Lamps at fid oaoh pt Haig and Co,a Sale, with coupons. NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL, Mr. G. S. Filzwaltor, C'lmrlnville (Q ), writeB i— "I lmve much pleasure in testifying to the excellent qnalitios of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera, end Diarr hoea Remedy, bavin# an Hoveial occasions experi enced most beneficial renultH. Havo also recom monded it to many people nulf^ring from bowel coin, plaints, diarrhona, and dysentory, and have never known it to fail. For sale by D. Morgan, Chemist. Hill Bros., Bowral—the leaders in fashion. Their stock of drapery, etc., keeps pace with the seasons. The value of the "Wollondilly Press" as au advertising medium is fast increas ing, and advertisers, too, are realising its worth in this connection, as our business polumns will show. Subscriptions, too are coming in rapidly from many who }iave" in the past been strangers in this fespect —a testimony to the of our • jouvns! a» a disseminator of news. You can only buy Horrocka' 30.1 ...

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Golf. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 August 1906

Golf. The competition for the silver cup pre sented by Mr. T. H. Keigwin, was con cluded on the Bowral Golf Club's links on 'Wednesday afternoon, the weather being •perfect. Asa result Mr.-S.R. Innes Noad becomes the holder of the trophy for the present year, and the presentation of the cup was made by Mr. Gavin George {vice-presidcnt) to the winnerat the close .of the afternoon's play. The total handi caps and scores for the 36 holes are ap pended :— , " S. R. Innes-Noad (8), 11 down .Gavin George (8), 14 down . . \V. EfCarr-Boyd (12)," 16 down Dr. H. Throsby (14), 16 down ; Eev. J. J. Gilmore (28), 17 down - The cards of Messrs. Marsden, Lloyd, Halstead, and' Campbell, were not re corded. The club is at present in "bumping" matches.

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Mittagong Bicycle Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 August 1906

Mittagong Bicycle Club. i A well-attended meeting of the above -club was held at' Mr. Binns's tea-rooms on Wednesday evening, Mr. J. A. Moses , occupying the chair. The balance-sheet of the recent sports and dance was adopt ed, showing a net profit of £■$ 6s.8d. It was decided to purchase a gold medal for winner of the Mittagong wheel race, Mr. E. McRae, who said he preferred a gold medal to the trophy presented. The meeting decided to hold' a dance on ist October, details to be left in the hands of ■ Messrs. Lippiatt, J. Nicholls, and Binns. The- secret;iry was instructed to make .arrangements for leasing the grounds at OaklanJs, lease to start from September x to May 31, with option of .renewal. A road race was decided upon for 12th September, distance five miles from Dawson'siCorner to Braemar and back ; entries to close 8th Sept., ten entries or ' no race. Mr. T. Chapman presents the .first pri^e and Messrs. Bennett and Wood the second. Messrs. E. Cupitt and J. ■Frazer were elec...

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