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

You 01111 only buy Hutiuokn' 36.1 A Calico at Haig and Co'a Sale, at doz., villi couponi. I'or Bronchial Coughe take 1 Woods' (itcfvt Pepiicrmiut Cute. 1» 0d.

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

'old, MAKE YOURSELVES SfJUG FOR THE WINTEFJ Blankets? Flannels fJackets, Winter Underwear Hew Dress Goods Men's, B.oys? and Yonths? Clothing Boots and Shoes BY GETTING YOUR J B CO BOWRAL EACTS ESTABLISHED AT QOURL ' In an nation, tho cuubc of which vma flagrant mis Ufttt of our (inn niunc and other 'grosb ininrcpreaen talioiiB by (in imitating company,' which wah tried beforo his Honor Chief JusticoJ. Madden, K.C.Itf.G., L.L.D., in Uk; Suprcrqu Court, at Melbourne," the prosecution showed :— • •• • • • 1. That Sundei and Sonfl'Pure Volatile Eucalypti 1 Extract coiitiiiiiH* all medicinal constituents of tlio eucalypti,-m a (lighly refined and'puro form. . ..•»«' ' • 1 ' •' ; 2. That it is rauoh mora powerfully hoaling janti scptic) than ordinary eucalyptus prepdrationa. 3*. That it does not depreBs: the heart like ordinary eucalyptus preparations *.v.: v ' A. Tli.U in coJiinins.no harmfur ingredients, nnd 5..«That it is highly commended by many author* V iiios for the hiat 80 'yfeurt...

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

HE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY of SYDNEY, Ltd. [Established 1831.] . Capita! paid up .. .. .. £1,000,000 ■ Reserve Fund .. .. 1,115,000* Iicservo Capital .. .. .. 1,000,000 £8,115,000 ■ DIREC'rOBS. G. 3.- Cohen,. Ksq„ Chairman. Hon fT. K. Kater,jr.L.C., Deputy Chairman; Hon. Henry Moses, M.L.C. Hon. Richard Jones, M.L.C. Jlon. F. T. Flumpliory, M L C. Aunrroits. E-S-Cape. Esq., W. L. Docker, Esq. V HEAD OFFICE. GEOIiGE-ST, SYDNEY. -J t- A- Diblja, Genera) Managor. ID Gaden, Assistant Manager and Chief Inspector. A. J-Soutar, Accountant. W C -B-TilejvII.il. MaBsie, W.H.Piohoy, Inspectors. ' INTEREST BATES ON I7XBD DEPOSITS. It per cent, for 6 months. IJ percent, for 12 months. 3 per cent, tor 2 years. LONDON OFFICE, 18 RIRCIUN-LANE, E.Ci . Directors— F. H. Dang.ir, Esq.; Bean W. Levy, • - Esq.; Hon. H. i>. Littleton. Manager—F. A. Scrivener. Branches throughout the State of New South WalesMnd 1a Queensland. Agencies .throughout the world. • Bowra! Branch, . • • GAVIN GEOBGE, Manage...

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

"-AGUES AND"PAIS". When you havu tin iiclm ur iniiti, it -la a nign thai tlio uorvea in Hint part ol your lioi'y need Attention. By npplyiiiK Clntnbii'l liil's l'ttui lihlm you'Boolho llto irritation, MimuUtti the lioihhy nervu activity, dnd reduce the intUmmutory poison that ia cnusinR tho norvD to ache) ''For'nil twin. OlinmlwrluiiVu Puin BiUm i« n pcifoct auo. i'ur «Me |by' I), J^or j.«i, Clioiutst. ' ' '• :' '' • " Dun't fui'^ot Friendly Societies' Sports ou jlouday, Oclober ,1st. ' ' ' v ' Ymi can only buy Hrms Spirit Lamps at Gi cach Uijijj and 0o,j> with'cuupoju. " •• I

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The Wollondilly Press (LATE "BOWRAL FREE PRESS"). 1.9.06. Presentation at Moss Vale. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 1 September 1906

%hc Mollonbilln I3rcss (L.ATE "B0WR/iL' liKEF. PiiliSS"). I.9.06. Presentation ut"Moss'Yale. If llio mithnsinsni which marked the pros '.nf-'iJj.'v. td II. 0. (Jailer at tho CViltn^B Hotel, Moss Vale, oij Wednesday .:lnss<m members of th" o!t;b present from Bowrul and Moss "Vale, and, being'all actu ated by tho one idea of ronduiiug' honor to ivhom honor was duo, the time passed moat pleasantly. The gathering was the outcome Lfa resolution passed at 'the annual meeting of tho club that tho pervices of Mr. II. 0. Carter, who has noted as secretary sinco lOOl, should bo' littingly recognised. Tho suggestion wits enthusiastically' taken lip, iind the members inserted their hands deop down iuto their p'ookeis, tlid result beiug (lint on Wednesday night Mr.' Ci'irtey re ooived tangible proof of tho osteons 'and goodwill in which 'tie 'was held by the "mem bers, bolides an idea of the value which ' tho 61ub placed on his sorvioes, iu the shape of a handsoino silver salver,' bea...

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

•Football. Tho raatah between Berrmia-Camden Union and Kangaroo Valley eventuated on the recreation ground at Kangaroo Valley Inst Saturday, and resulted in a draw, each sida scoring a try. 'A strong wind blew while the game wad in progress, which caused the kioking and passing to be fau ty at times. The game was very evenly contested, and was played in a most frumdly Kay. 'Berriror. won the toss, and the Valley kicked off. against a strong westerly wind. Tlie play for tho firs' fH'o minutes wns confincd to tho eentro of the fi'titl, after which nerrima worked to the homo team's 25. where Mathers got possession of'the ball and, transferred play to Berrima 25. ' Hines hero did a run back to Valley 25. ' A scrum fallowed and Wright put in a good kick which gave relief, but Berrima came with a determined attack and missed a good ohance cf scoring by fumbling. The Valley took the ball on toe and Berrima returned to Moore, who marked, nnd sent to centre. Ritchie and Hiuoa iiid a couple o...

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 1 September 1906

Removal Notice. Will our numerous patrons kindly noto that the hewi oftico of (ho "Wollontlitly Press" lm.-i been re moved to the c.immo'tiom premiFiis f.irm.'rly oi-eu pied by lis OI'i'OSU'K.Hill ilroa.', Howid. II ill Riioj. for Quud l'otntoos Urownuirs Uarlv Rosa, Beauty of LJoliron, and ICurly Vermont. The value of the "Wollondilly Press" as an advertising medium is fast increas ing, and advertisers, too, are realising its wci'ih in this connection, ar> onr business columns will show. Subscriptions, too are coming in rapidly from many who have in the past been strangers in this respect—a testimony to the value of our journal as a disseminater of news. Woods' Great IVpporminl Curs, lrur CougUa tuid C0IJ3. ucvoi fiviLi. Is Gi.

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

■Ci.fl. Hahtead, ARCHITECT, . •• Wkiikinotoni" ■.» ■ .HURRA l)0(>. Dr. 11. Crawford, SURGEON DENTIST/ TO1I\X HALL, h0 WRAL. Nitrous Oxide Gnu Administered. • - Ollico Moura, 0 n.m. to 5 p.m. ffflrs. IjigoMbij, COLLEGE, LONDON) I'upil ol Dr. E. G. Moxi; (Into Organint York CnUicilral, Ungliiml) of Pianoforte, Singing, Etc. "Formerly Muuo Governosf, Atrftford'College, PottB I'oint, Sydney. .PiipiKproprircd for Sydney, London, and Trinity .• OollCRoa, and Aflaocinted llonrd, at NO EXTRA CHARGE. "All candidate** aucccKaful at examinations. MRS. S. G. GIBBONS, TKACHKR OF Music singing, elocution, AND dancing. VISITS liOWRAL DAILY. TERMS ON APPLICATION. Adihikbs— BURRADOO. GEO, E. VINCENT, A. MUS. T.C.L. PROFESSOR OF MUSIC, - ■ BOWRAL AX0 MITTAUONO. PIANOFORTE, HARMONY, COMPOSITION, Etc. TERMS ON APPLICATION. DR. H. LF.IGHTOfJ JONES. DKKTIST, Ai-ft'.yle Sti*eet, M<)ssS''\'"ale V :.3.'v ■ Y :i ■■ v»- May be consulted at . .■■.■■■■ a .. Morgan's Pharmacy fevery Monday Forenoon...

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Ball at Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 1 September 1906

Sail at Robertson, Despite the inclement weather on Wed nesday evening ltst; the ball in aid of the Eoboi-tflon A. and H. Society came to a \*Bry successful issue in tbq Show pavilion. About' 200 persona turned up, ajl boiit on having a thorough night's enjoyment, and right well did they carry out their motive. The hall had been tastefully decorated wit!) palms, fla^s, Chinese lanterns, ets, for which the committee are greatly judsbied to Mr. and Mrs. W. Vandenbqrgl), who are ever ready to assist in any local function. The floor, too, had veaeived special attention, aud was in first-class order. Dancing com menced soon after 8 o'clocl: to excellent music prqyided by the Mittagor.g' Bras? un3er the oonductorship of Mr. H. Gotting, and was continued till 11.30, when a break was made for supper, which was served in the annexe, and ruucb onjoyp'j^f; There was a plentiful supply, and the wives"" of the committee are tn be congratulated on their efficient catering. AftejyjlLliiid eat iape...

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The Progressive Land Tax. (To the Editor "Wollondilly Press.") [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 1 September 1906

Tlie Progressive Land Tax. (To the Ediior " Wo)lon:lilly Press.") Sir,—Fdr a number of.years I have advo cated taxing land vhIuph, instca I of improve iTieirtE1, trade and industry. I trust therefore that you will ullow'me a-li tie apace to deal with !ho Labor Party's proposal foe a pio. gressive laud tax. To my mind it in ihe wrong way to further Vgi eat cause. Lntu? values arise because of tiie demand of the peoi.le for the use of laud. We seek to tax laud values because we want to .assert the rights of the pople la their inheritance in this country. Excluding leased Grown lands the. land values of N S.W. work out at about £95 per head of tho population. Instead of the peoplo who crea'e and maintain this v.iltie getting thegood of it, less than 200,000 persons own it. If I ho landless wi-nt away to the other States the value of the land would fall accordingly. It is clear therefore that tho land owners depend upon the land less for the greater part of the land values owned by them...

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

HAIjF^PRIGE sale I BBSS lllffi 11 FOR THREE DAYS! Commemciiag TSaursday Next, tthe 6tli day • of September 5 emdlaig Saturday, 8t!bu ... COMPRISING ... Brown, Fawn, Grey, Navy, Pink, Green, and Black in lustre. Cheviot Serges, Frieze Clotli and Corkscrew Cloth. Prices ranging from Is to 3s 6d per yard. To be Cleared at Half These Prices. B©M'T MISS THI§ CEIAHCE. TjWLQf^ BROS., MOSS VALE, oooooooooo-oooooooooooooooooooo-oo-^ooooooooooo^'O-oo-oo-e^^'SH^'S

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

"Grateful Results" A life of suffering and misery, without sleep, without appe tite. Restored to health by ••I was griovouHly a»Uiuted with bilious* nees and liver eomHaiur.. My jnmuh was in & terrible couuuion o*>h' morning, my t0U£U0 thiciJy coatea, niv Areata was oifyji Blvc, fond distressed mo, I suffered much from headache, my skin wap sallow, and the many remedies recommended mo did no good. At last I conunoncod using Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and my improvement began almost from the lirot dose. It relieved tho. diHtresB about my liver, caused my food to digest well, cured my headacho, improved my complexion, ami rostorud my appotito. Theso uulooircd-for but grateful results wero accomplished by only two and a half bottles of Ayor's Sareaparilla."—3IR8.LYDIA H. Tauiiox, Altoona, Va. There are many imitation Sarsaparillas. Be sure you get "AYER'S." Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aycr & Ca., Unrtll, Mass,, U. S. A. guarantee tiie Victor Fiascos to S stand all v climates (El...

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SWEETEN THE BREATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 1 September 1906

SW BETES THE BREATH. Chamberlain's Stomach nnd Liver Tablets will clear tho sour atom;icli, sweeten the breuth, and ere nto a henlthy nppctito/' Thoy promote tbo t^ovv of Gastric juice, thorot>y inducing good digestion.' For salo by ]>. Morgan, Chemist.

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

It is helpful as a medicine, and its re&ulaiv moderate ws:? prevents the ill pi effects of unwhole some water. ?? WY WHOLE BOTTLES. ' l,7rrn*»»7*jfJv,S[Sv NEVER KNOWS TO N"«IU Mr; G.'S. Fitzwalter, • Churlctvillc' (Q.). • writo* "Lhave much p'eamn.in teatifvintf to tin? excellent qaalitiesof .Chambrrluin'd Oolio.Cnolerii. and.Diarr hoea Remedy, haying on. soveral occasions oxpen 'eneed most' beriefioial results:... Have: a'so recom mended it to monv people suffering from bowel corn* plaints, diarrhoea, and dyfentf-rv.; and huvp never known it io.fuil. For sale by D. Mirgan, Chemist. Brave men have iried hmen ovpraenin To rcaoh the ice-bonml poles in vain .There needs yet more aniitedovico : - To storm those battlements of Ice; Perchance, by flying ship* to be,. . ^ - Thoy U Rain triumphant viotoiy, Provided they, lor colds sreure A stt)rfc of Woods' Great Peppermint Curo,

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

The dun. There was a very good attendance at the District Gun Club's grounds on Wednesday afternoon, notwithstanding the inclemency of the weather, which was made unpleasant owing to the prevalence of a bleak wind s.ud a drizzling rain. The principal attraction was the com petition for a trophy of 500 cartridges presented by Mr. H. O. Carter, with an optional sweepstake combined. The trophy was devided by J. Gregory, and J. Beavan, who also shared the sweep stake with II. O. Carter, who did not compete in the trophy. The scores were :— ]. Gregory, 26yds 4 j. Beavan, 21yds 1112 4 H. O. Carter, 26yds ' ij^i 4 H. T. Walter, 2iyds 110 2 W. Wady,'34yds ..1 ... no 2 P. Throsby.' aiyds ... ... no 2 F. H. Throsby, 27yds ... 1 o This was followed by sweepstake shooting at live pigeons, in which F. H. Throsby, J. Beavan, and J. Gregory divided with four kills. ' Clay pigeons were then introduced, the first was won outright by J. Gregory with six "kills," J. Gregory and P. Throsby'dividing the...

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Spring Flower Shows. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 1 September 1906

Spring Flower Shows. The annual daffodil and spring flower show organised by the Bowral Y.W.C.A. will be held in the local School of Arts on Wednesday next. The opening cere mony will'he "performed by Mrs. Gerald Campbell at 3 p.m. A beautiful show: of blooms is anticipated, while the art sec sections are always a great attraction. Prizes for recitations, also pianoforte and violin playing, will be competed for dur ing the evening. Tbe seventh annual daffodil show under the auspices of the Ministering Children's League will take place in the Moss Vale Hall on Wednesday, 12th September next. The opening ceremony will be per formed by the Mayor, Dr. Leignton-Jones, at 3 o'clock. Various stalls will also be in evidence. Much energy is being dis played by Mrs. Yeo (lion, sec.) and the committee, and the affair should prove a great success. Read the advt.

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

Milt ago ijg Coiincil. The fortnightly meeting of the abovo was held on Wednesday "evening last, there being present: —Aid. Wentbury (Mayor), WuIIih, Merriikld, Leighton, Kobson, Mealing and Tyrrell. • ' . . • Correspondence. The Pepnrtmont of Mined and Agriculture wrote risking if the book* and vouchers and rfceords in connection with the pound are in the possession of the Council,' if not "thai the council take stbpd to have them1 handed over, and report to ihis office when received.—Oh" tho mbtion of Aid. Mealing and Tyrrell it was det;ded that tho bookd and vouchors be handed over to the authorities. ' " C, 0. Gale wrote stating that Mr. Penton was go ing to erdet a fence on the allotment occupied by Mr. Gould; and asking for tho aligument.--To bo supplied by tho Works Committee. From G. Iiorton, drawing attention to tho eon- j dition of tho'street in front of hifl premises.—Loft to : the Works Committee to deal with, ■* ' ' ' From M. Day anci II. Hallyar, opptying for em- : plo...

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

Beneficial llains. Three hundred and eighty-two points of rain were registered at the Bowralpost office from the commencement of the pre sent downfall until 9 a.1i). on Friday (yes terday) morning. ' This record may be talcun "as denoting the average fall thronghought the district. There were no signs of the weather clearing when we went to press. Farmers and dairymen are jubilant at the prospects of an early and fruitful spring. Mr. Weatherall, postmaster, at B.owral, has conrteonsly supplied us' with the fol lowing weather report for August: — High est maximum reading, 65 deg. ; lowest maximum reading, 26 deg." Rain fell upon 12 days ; total for month, 530 points.

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A Great Fall. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 1 September 1906

A Great Fall In prices has taken placc at E. B. Haw kins' great half-yearly sale, now booming in Argyle-street, Moss Vale. "It's very simple," writes Mr. Hawkins. "A 20s parcel costs you only i'/s, a ios parcel 8/6, a 5s parcel 4/3, and so on. You get your reduction every time. Besides this lib eral discount wo are clearing out many lines at less than cost and some at half price." But the advertisement next issue will speak for itself.

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

PREPARE FOR CROUP. Tbe 6'mo wasted in seeding for a physician, or for roedicino, when a child chows symptoms of croup, often proves fatal. A reliablo medicine, and one jthot should always be kept in the house for immedi ate use, Is Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It will prevent the attack, if givon as soon as tbe child bo comushoarBo, or oven alter the croupy cough ap« pearo. It is also the safest, as it 'con'tuius no har • ootios. For tale by B. Morgan, Chemist. Hill Bros., Bowral—the leaders in fashion. Their stock of drapery, etc., keeps pace with the seasons. Notice to tlie Ladies of the Berrima District. bars. 10WE5_:^zeltonboWRal. ^y^f.ISBES to inform tho ladies of Bowral and J3erriuia District that she will hold a SEWING CLASS for tho purposo of tonching Indies to make their oy-' 11 wealing apparel. Every branch of ladies' an3 chil dren's (boys and girls) woaring apparol out and jnade. SISffJtTF MA1MNG taught no a tradp. Class commences WEDNESDAY, 22ud instant. IICRM8; 15s per q...

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