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School Gardens. (A paper read by Mr. F. T. Berman at a Meeting of the B. D. Teachers' Association on Saturday last). [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 29 August 1906

- School Gardens. (A paper read by Mr. I'\ T. Berman at a Meeting of the 13. D. Teachers' ■ Association on Saturday last). . Sinco Bitting down to put my thoughts together^; it has boon forced upon me that ft moro appropriate ! title for ray.adre6B would be u What I' don't ,know about gardons; for it is not until be gets to 'work to state categorically what he doos know - about his got subject that the amateur gardener realises what tv tromendnus lot he does not know. However, if I announce at the onset, that I absolutely disclaim all., intontion of posing as an expert, aud that I am talc* ing the delinition of these lecturettcs literally as Btated, viz.. as simple talks upon one's own -person*, al experiences arid theories upon the subject selected* I hopo I will disarm all but friendly criticism, . ;To those who havedelved more deeply into "Sohool: Gardens," what I .say may noimd as platitudes, but possibly to others some or the hints may bo of use ; anyhow, if these hints, togeth...

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Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 29 August 1906

Accident, A very peotiliar And painful accident 'happened1 on Friday qftcnioon last to Mr. O. II. Smith, a blacksmith, in the employ of Mr, W. Suvell. It appears that he .was shoeing a liorse thait- had the string ' halt, .and on lifting one of the hind feet the.animal gavtva twitch, and suddenly stamping -its foot jammed Mr. Smith's hand between the -hoof and the floor. The hand was severely' lacerated, and the muscles of different tinkers were torn back. No L\anes were broken; Ivu't it will be sonio time, before Mr. Smith, will be able tcx resume,.work.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 29 August 1906

For Chronic Chest Coraptaints, - - - * • • Woods'Great Peppermint Ouro. ls<6d; Hill Bros., Bowral, for boots. 2CT is purposed to-liold a GARDEN FETE::m:aid of the Home of Rest Building Ifund on January 30th 1907.—M. B. MORGAN, President. • • . • EaOST ori Friday 17th, August, on Railway line near Burradoo Station, parcel containing 3 PIECES liANJO MUSIC, addressed Mrs. Gibnons Burrudoo; Will finder kindly leave earae at Burradoo Post Office. ■ . ' . . ■ 3E"OR SALE, 1 good Spring Cart and 1 light doub!e*seatod Buggy. Must sell to. make room for other vehicles that are arriving. J. W. NORMAN, The People's Butcher, Bowralv -• he-OR SALE, Cheap, two Comfortable Homes near Mnss Vale, with 14 acres of laud,'well watered. Apply; G.F. LXNCI1, Auctioneer, Moss Vale; S'AM tf CASH BUYER of Hides;-. Skins; and Wool, Marsupial Skins in-any quantity.—G. F.' LYNOH,-Argyle-street, Moss V;ile.> —• 3E3C- RICHARDSON will soILat hia roomy, Moss Vale, nest Saturday, At 2.80 p.m. sharp— FaV...

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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 29 August 1906

Official Cori'espondcnce;1:'*: Mr. ,W*. McCoiirtvM.P., is in receipt of ;a communication from the Department of Lands.in reference-to previous corres'pon-.1 dence respecting the grant' of 1 £x'g ap proved towards fencing ahd'clearing Bun danoon cemetery, and to the request-made for a further grant of ^35.'■ The" letter states that the • Secretary fori Lands has approved of a further grant of ^25- being made for. the purpose, and of the-expendi-1 diture of the whole ^40 being entrusted to Messrs. J; W. Clark, Thomas Mitchell)'{ and J.-C. Fraser. ..

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Bedruthan's Steps. (BY A BANKER). [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 29 August 1906

lieilrutlian's'"Steps, v (By a Bankrr). . The wild iron-bound coast of the south west of England is diversified at many points by rocky inlets an l romantic creeks and bays; some, thickly strewn with •gigantic boulders hurled from'the rnv.ss of the towering heights above ; some, gaping chasms • cleft-.out of the upreared rocky cliffs, in which the wild waters of the great' Atlantic perpetually rage and foam, in all.their fury ; some, regular and symmetrical, carpeted with a wide stretch of hard, dry sand : whereon not even a solitary pebble.or fragment of ,rock is to be found. One of these roclibound creeks, locally named Bedruthan Steps, from a legend that the great boulders were^the stepping j stones of.a fabled giant of th^t rianie, well I exhibits the tremendous, and - Resistless energy of the mighty forces.- of nature. Descending a somewhat precipitous ro.ckcnt path the visitor is soon in the midst of an'irregular chaos of rugged, scattered rocks, some-towering upwards, -almost...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 29 August 1906

C. H. Hatetead, ARCHITECT, " WKlMIIXfiTOJf," liUIlHADOO. J)r. 11. Crawford, SURGEON DENTIST, ■•)■■■ TOU'N HALL, JiOWll.lL. Nitrous Oxide-Gnu Administered. Ollioo [Jour*; O.u.m. to 5 p.m. Ddlrs. -litgoldbij, (QUKIJN'S COLLKGE, LONDON') Piipil of lli-. K.-O.Monk. (Into Organist York ■ Cnllioilritl, Hn^liim!) Teacher of Pianoforte, Singing, Etc. BOWRAL. • Formerly Music (iovernoap, Anhfonl College, * v Point, Sydney. Piipita prnpnreri fnr Sy»lwy, London, nml Trinity College?, and Ass^ciati-il lionnl, nt NO EXl'ltA " CHAP.GK ' All candiilntcH suuui^aful ut exiuninaliooa. MRS. S. G. GIBBONS, TK.ACUKIt OF EfUSIC SINGING, ELOCUTION, AND DANCING. Visit's DOWKATi DAILY. -'TERMS ON APPLICATION. Animrag-BUIIRADOO. GEO. E. VINCENT, AiMUS. T.C.L. PROFESSOR OF MUSIC, BOWliAL AND MITTAUONG. PIANOFORTE, HARMONY,, COMPOSITION, Etc. TKIIM8 ON APPLICATION. BR, H. LE1GHT0N JOMES. ■'BENTIS1V Ai'fj'.vl o S ti "eef., TV! osws VfrW May lie-consulted at . ----Morgan's Pharmacy Every Monday Forenoon and Frid...

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WIT AND HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 1 September 1906

WIT AND HUMOR. Typist: Arc you the new oWcc. hoy* KW: Vrs. but—don't llilnk you arc goln 10 mal£0 love to rue. Dolly: That *irl told iuvful flba nbout ."V0* Polly: You'ro liicKy, aear. She might na\ told tho truth. • The Old Trainer: What! Can't got town to six «one* Wfiy. you grtt^v young bog. musi have been wit ins something. Patient: Oh, doctor. 1 tool very ^.11. I. th'nk, I am- going to die. l'hyolclan: Don];° yourself; that's the very Inst thing you'l do Miss Chillolgh: N'o. I never go skating. Tho cold mnkes my teeth chatter so. Jllss ley: Oh,' take them out and come a\ong. , "Is . that young man In the p^r'°c. ]^'|y ! :« MaUda" •gtlll?".- asked her father, sud<le looking'up from his paper. "Very. sun. plied her mother. • Knlcker: lias ho got moro money than,ho. knows what to do. with? Hocker: Vrtf, «« ."oven say ho lias more than other W know what to do-With. Gweimlo: Mr dear 'Arthur, I shall probabls «.nd i . i»-doing both. • Child (afraid ot. darW: Mother, will s...

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The Federal Wool and MachineShearing College. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 1 September 1906

The Federal Wool and Machine / Shearing College. Tiiis College is under the management of the Federal Sheep-Shearing Comr pany, and is situated at 8 Harrington •■Street* in close proximity to Circular Quay. . Mr. Charles Wilty, wool expert, who has had nine years! practical work in the Bradford (Yorkshire) woollen mills, and who has also had-fifteen years' Australian:and Continental ex perience, is instructor in our Wool department. Our Experting and Shearing olasses are in the hands of thoroughly ex perienced- ■ and practical instructors, Mr. H. Doyle and Mr. Ailkenhead. Our Book-keeping class is under the efiicient control of Mr. Hamilton. The College is replete with up-to date machinery, and with all the requisites of a shearing shed. ' On the ground .floor two engines are at work-,- driven by steam'and oilpfor those who wish to become experts are' taught how to drive steam and oil engines, stationary or portable, and every instruction is given for the good working of the same. O...

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SCARLESS SURGERY. SUCCESSFUL OPERATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 1 September 1906

Vo'.* XCf?)Zltlf,- ', iHt'tl-Y'Vy.: SCARtESS SURGERY. '• :•* StjccessVu^ .•rA^r§yoluUOn in-opera lions-.lias, been achfcVed^by. a clever surgeon, who hr&s;'discovered a ijnethod of incising "OTio". -sKiiV^withotft Weaving -any visi-ble star r u > Well-known1 dpcrators ut CJuy s Jtmj other hospitals *, have arranged with this surgeon .1 to do what may - be de scribed us^ the' supterlui.il. part of cheir operations/'leaving* him to be ginlh<*. -operation and to attend to Ui« concluding part, ot it. . ••••The'fact;: th&c^glands* - tumours, un l so'torth, car.- *nmv bo . removed with out >:thorc bem£;. the slightest outr Ward traco'Eifler, thi» operation is the most'-Important item-of' progress whicliv has-occurred • •■jii.-surgery for manv.: vears., .Wheii;:the vOpe} ation i s mfldo* in the region of .the >fao^ for the neck tfvs advantage of the ik-.w rnc iho'ii-will lic jit 'Once realised.... , Not a little "of the success of this method js. tot • c...

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PARLIAMENT AND PRESS. SIR EDWARD CLARKE RESIGNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 1 September 1906

PARLIAMENT AND PRESS. SXH ICnw/VTiD CLARKE RESIGNS. The ili.sapprarn.ncij *lt Sir Edward Clarke from- the floor of thir House J of Commons is an* ovenl. which, naturally enough,'interests politicians an<i lawyers,..but X imagine* tiiab the | event appeals' more forcibly to the occupants, of the Press^Gallery in Parimment than to • any other body j of men. For we always looked upon .Sir Edward as " one of us," nor did ho ovon tjony, the1 fjjtco of tho: claim. ' I have heard Sir KtTward say many a. time.v both in public and in private, that he often iookwl -up ,-frqjn the floor of the House to the old Gdllery, and' thought . of the days—and: the nights—wlicn he sat:' there roportirtg;' for the ''.Standard.'; ■ Few, vpry ■ fow;. e,yen. iamong tHa-'.ex perionced members of tho House,- have?' ever e-'tplbred the part of :"th'e- build- j ing gWcn'ovcr to ther reprcamfcritives of the press ; it is a terra incognita to most, a mysterious and unknown region inhabited by a strange ...

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GERMAN ART IN LONDON. SHOW AT KNIGHTSBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 1 September 1906

Kr GERMAN ART ;IN LONDON. 5.5'l SHOW AT KNIGHTSULUDGK. . ! r.'-'The. exhibition of modern; Gorman art at the Princess Gallery, Knights bridge, is due to the spontaneous de sire oS'.British ; artists -who have re ceived honors and" public: "and private recognition in Germany to show th.'ir gratitude for this generous reception and to^offer in their turn hospitality, to - the works of' their'"Teutonic fel -.low-artists. . Beforo tho present sea^ son modern German art has been 'Been in London only in isolated o uniplos. aiid the general public have :so ''far " Keen yriablo to ' form" it" just: opinion of the', position Germany oc cupies in modern, art1 achievements. Tho . works at' the,Knigh tsbridgo'. vi&hibiUoii ,V:logcther wiili ;tlid {Miinich paintings shown at;-tho .Graftdn:Galr, lerics. wiU no: doubt.help .towards, en-, -lig'htening us ^\pn;.':;;th:at«ppij_itJ.;;V.tfipy^ ■ will.; show. .us the. strength,- Liu; spri ousne.ss. ' the originality 'ofmodet-n German art._oxprcs...

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SUMMER GARMENTS. "INDELICATE" HOSIERY AND BLOUSES. TELEPHONE GIRLS IN REVOLT. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 1 September 1906

SUMMER GARMENTS. " indelicate" hosiery'■ AND.."' blouses. tel.bpitoni'! girls in revolt. Influenced • by the crusade against (he impropriety of opgti-woYk hosiery, hare arms, > and diaphanous summer d:*osses. and an appeal l\v IV Sehoer ncr. a well-known clergyman, to busi ness men lo stop the wearing' of such garments union# their female em ployes." the management of the NTe\v York Telephone Kxchanj^e Issued an order forbiddinc; the tfirls lo wear short sleeves " indelicate" hosiery, or " peekiUjoo" or "Buster Browa" blouses. (Ii'clnrins :i)l of (hem bar) for business. Tim manifesto lins caused general consternation, and olio of the girls, when interviewed, declared -tfiet she Would stiikfc rather limn obey the order Shy Added. " No mnnnircr can boss our clothes. We are ha-~'S to sticky to oiir summer things. We can do bet ter work . when we're .dressed cool, and if Peoplo (lon!t like it thoy needn't look." A lui'jfu general store has issued a similn" ortloy, and is compelling t...

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Mittagong School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 1 September 1906

I Mittagqijg School of Arts. The monthly meeting of the above was held on Tuesdfiy'tevehirig last, when there were presentDr. Middleton (cb4'r)> Messrs.J7 Mealing, J. Leighton; J. Ryan, G. Forster, R. Robson/W. S.'Dr'affih, G; E. Vincent, a'n'd'G.'Paradise. ! " • Correspondence. Jirom.H. Troy. Hon. Secretary local football club, asking if the committee Vjafl any objection to the footballer's ' shield, which'was'won by the club a few" season's agcj, being placed in the School of Arts.— Permission was granted,- the shield to be placed 'in the reading room. From T. J. Morgan,asked if the commit tee'would fall in with'a resolution which wa§ adopted by the Picton S'chqol of Arts'at'a''recent meeting, ai follows:— " That a' circular 'be forwarded to the principal ScHool of Arts asking them to cooperate with the Picton School of Arts in an effort to induce the Government to supply the "Statutes of New South Wales!' to all Schools of Arts jn" the Slate gratis, ag'form&rly.—It was...

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SALE OF A COPYRIGHT. ASTOUNDING CHARGE OF BLACKMAIL. AUTHOR AND PUBLISHER IN THE DOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 1 September 1906

1 SALE OF A COPYRIGHT. I ASTOUNDING CHARGE OF ' BLACKMAIL. AUTHOR AND PUBLISHER IN : TUB DOCIC. . An extra ordinary story of alleged :iblackniail > wus uniolded • at . liow st lM.t :.lTenr.v Warren, forty, described • as an .author, '.hvmfi at Mortlako road, Kew, and ■ ■'Robert- . Arthur *"Evcrctt, Jor.ty-live, /.ip.publisher, • of Kow Gar ,rieps / road, :.Jvcw, were charged x with - ."threatening-- ■Ito pvint and-. publish matters, janeclingy the London .and. J.'aris -..Exchange, "Limited. -and Mr Alexis Moreton.; Mandeville. and further -.With -unlawfully:.proposing to. abstain from printing and publishing matter affecting the Exchange and1 Mr Mandeville' wjth intent to extort money. Mr.Fr«ke- Palmer 7 appeared for Iflverett:-' and • Mr Curtis llennctt, junior, for Warren. Mr (Jill, Iv.C.. m opening for (ho , pi oseention, sa d that the accused lived in furms'hi.'d lodgings at Kew. Kveiett- wasformerly employed in, cpnn-ction with.n publishing Hrrn that rWtint. into -licjuulati...

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Old Historic Berrima. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 1 September 1906

Oid Historic Berrima. News from Berrima is to the eflect that the gaol is to be gradually filled with prisoners, which wilf necessitate an in crease ih the'stdfif. Watch wiil again be kept frbm"'the tower, a warder having been sent to keep duty there. An influx of families will tend to bring Berrima back' to a semblahce of its former prosperity. ' ft seems a pity that some of the lead ing townspeople do nc>^ club together and form'a progress arid tourist association. The' natural beauties which are every ' where apparent would if put in order and properly'• advertited, be this means of inducing visitors to the place, besides adding one cjiarm 'to the southern totirisit district. There are few more pleasant drives anywhere than can be [enjoyed in an afternoon's trip through Mass Vale, 'Berrima, Mittagong, and Bovyral,:with a pleasant flour' spent on the peaceful banks of the Berrima river, during which tin^e" afternoon tea can be partaken ''of." Jfne old historic associa tions of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 1 September 1906

IiH3A.FftjG§S CEIRElft.—A description of the Latest anil Most Up-to Date Homo Treatment for tho Completo Curo of DEAFNESS and HEAD NOISES sent Erek to an suCerar. The Yibuo i'iionb Co., G2 Pitt-at., Sydney. !

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Accidents. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 1 September 1906

; Accidents Mr. L. Waters, a well known Mitta . gong cyclist, was riding down the Qib f^ill road on Wednesday afternoon when the fork of his'bicycle snapped, and he' was precipitated to tho ground.' The injuries sustained were of a most painful nature,'Mr. Waters receiving a nasty cut over'the left eye, besides being cut and bruised about the body. He was taken as quickly as; possible to Dr. AJiddleton's surgery, where'.tlic injuries" were attended to*. '*The most unfortunate result ' of_'the accident is that the poplar .cyclist will -probably lose the sight of'wie of his eyes. ■v. .^r. S. Goodfel^pw, of'.yy'ilde's Meadow, also met with a painful accident whilst cycling home from kangaroo Valley 'on. Sunday -morning last, ' just asi K(^ was Hearing the bridge at the Fitzroy Falls his hat blew over his eyeli, and the con sequence was that he came down Heavily ;on to the bridge, a deep cut being inflict ed' over the left eye.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 1 September 1906

JAR OF CONSTANT COUGHING. llatmner blou-p, a c&lily upplied, break tho hard ost tock. ' Couching d.*y uft.>r dny jars and teurd , the throat find lun^s until the htnilthy tissucu tfivo way. Chamberlain* Ciui^h llem^Jy stops the cno^hm# and assist* Nature to repair the damage. For sale by I). Morgan, Chemist. A Revision Court in connection with tL& Win^ecumbbce Sliiro will bo held at tho Court House, Moss Yule, on 20th Septem ber. Farm implements and producc,'at low rates, at Hill 13ros.» Bowra^

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Moss Vale School Citizens' Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 1 September 1906

Moss Tale School Citizens' " ' \Comlnittee. '' The regular quarterly meeting of the above \yas held' 'on' Thursday1' afternoon. Present:'" Dr.' iLei'ghton- Jones (who, in ihe unavoidable1 Uivse'h'de df the' president, Pr.'Stevenson', Was voted t'o> the! chair), fttrs.C.* Taylor, kevs.' A-.' C. SfoSley and ■J; H. Craig', Rfessrs-. J. Maidment'and' G. F. Allman. " ' ■' ' Correspondence. :From the Department of Public In struction (through Mr. McCourt), stating lhat':tlie Minister was of opinion that it was unnecessary to provide additional ac commodation at 'the' school at present, but that minor repairs and improvements would be proceeded with at once, viz., laying on water to the grounds, gravelling the assembly ground, and providing ven etion blinds as asked by the association. A letter was also received from the De partment'saying that it was not at pres ent broposed to make any alteration in the direction of restoring the midwinter vacation. '' From the resident engineer, road...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 1 September 1906

Fpt Children')! Hacking Cough nt Nigh', \VuoJb' Gil'at J'eypcrtaint Cure. , Us 01. An advt. elsewhere otilla tornloM for the porfoi'uiauco of h large mirnbor of Mail Sar vicos. ' U.tLL Bros, for Seed PotatoesBrowncil'b Early Mo»e, Beauty ot Hebron, aDd Early Vermont,'

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