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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 April 1906

£iooo for s/» aS'sooo. A Fortune for I/. A Fortune for I/. JBiLQOO for 1/. I FIRST ) £1000 for 1/. GREAT £1000 for 1/. ( PRIZE J £1000 for 1/. Or 12 months' Trip Round the World, flrst-ol.iS8, all Espouses paid, and £600 in Oaah for one peraon, or eight months for two. And 129 other Important Prizea, ranging In value from £l to £150. Eight Hours Groat Jubilee Art Union 50 Years—the Oldest and Most Popular—$0 Years. Proceeds in aid of tbe Hospitals and Public Cliaritic-s of Australia. Prizoa will bo delivered to winners, Freo of all obargos. A list of winning numbers will be posted to any person sending an addr^Rned envelope to the representative, with stamp unaffixed. Buy from your Looai Agent on or bofore 28th April, or Send Stamps (with exchange added), Postal Note, or P.O.O., direut to Unrepresentative, Flindrra Bwildimje, 312 Flmdera-stroer,, Melbourne, at onoe for tioketa, and secure a chance in this Great Art Union, 22 for £1, 11 for 10s, or Is each. All direct applications mu...

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Business Notice. To Residents of the Berrima District. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 April 1906

j To Residents of {lie Berrima District. LADIES AND GENTLEMKN ; — As I will rhortl.v bo leaving for an extended trip t > Kngland, I desire to take this opportunity of r •turning my warmest thanks for the very liberal support accorded to mo during the past 1*1 years ; aid to intimate that during my absonco everything will he carried on in the same up-to-date manner as in the past, with ibe same staff of assistant?. Mr. S. L. Vivian, who has been admitted as a managing partner, is a gentleman of extensive busi ness experience, and under his control customers wi 1 be assured of every possible attention being dovoted to their requirements, while steps will also be tnksn to re-organiso and still further extend the business. With this object in view a new department—for men's and boys' clothing, tailor-made suits, etc.— has already been added. It ha* been placed in charge of Mr. L. Slack, who is well-known through out the district, and those patronising this dnpart ment can safely bo g...

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Dr. Barnardo's Homes. ANNUAL MEETING AT BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 April 1906

Br. Barn.irdo's Homes. ANNUAL MEETING AT BOWRAL. Oil Monday evening, St. Jude's school hull was packed to the doors by an audieuce of adults and children, all anxious to see the limelight views with which Mr. S. W. Irlo lge had piomitfod to illustrate his lectnro on behalf of l lie work in which Bowral lma for .eighteen. years taken so practical nu iuterosit.., . ^'i'lie Rev. E. lTnrgrave had kindly lent his Ir.ntern and manipulated it with the assist ance of MaHter E. Garside. Before the entertainment begun, the lion. Secretary, Miss Rose Morgan, made a statement of accounts which is appended below. She alao read the annual letter, which had been received from Dr. Barnardo, in Acknowledg ment of the gifts sent from this centre. Miss Morgan feelingly referred to the pathetic interest attached to this letter, the last they would ever have from the noble doctor, who had never failed to keep in touch personally with liis helpers despite the multitudinous claims upon bis time and .stren...

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CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 April 1906

CHAPTER III. "Out pretty little song-bird seems to have oharmed your friend, Grey," remarked Jacorab, as lie aauk into a icttee beside me. . "Confound' his impudence," I thought, but controlling the impulse to say as much, I evasively remarked, ' Glad you think so." " I don't see muoh in those sentimental,' long-drawn, top-notchers myself," ho continued, "I prefer something with moro of ago in in it." Then with an ill-concealed attempt to make the remark appear casual, ho inquired, " Do you and Mr. Grey intend making a long stay ? " Not feeling inclined to either gratify his curiosity, or to entor into a conver sation, I answered, " Our visit's dura tion depends on circumstances," and nettled in my chair in a manner which I thought would''^be thoroughly suffi cient to quench his ardour for further conversation. Jaoomb was not to be nonplussed, however, and proceeds to enlighten mo on cortuin faots, which, dospito myself, aroused my curiosity. " Do you know," ho ventured, " there's a...

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Published by Special Arrangement When the.. Wicked Rise. A Thrilling Story of Love, Intrigue and Adventure. [COPYRIGHT.] CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 April 1906

Published by Special Axrangement A Thrilling Story of Love, Intrigue and Adventure. ppederie ttliddoutson. [COPYRIGHT-] CHAPTER II. Despite his travels, ho still retained n , boyish manner, and his hearty laugh and rich voioe were good to listen to. We had, however, only succeeded in getting fairly into that delightful state of things when every remi niscence related brings forth a fresh one, when we wero rudely awakened to present surroundings by the arrival of that smooth-tongued gentleman, Mr. Jacomb. There was an ominous smile hovering round his thick, full lip3, and I felt myself itching to kick him into the garden beds below. " Miss Prescott," he said, "your father desires you to be good enough to favour the company with some music." He advanced towards her with arm extended, but I felt a glow of satisfaction, together with an inclina tion to kick myself for my own lag gnrdness, when I saw Dudley offer his arm to Dorothy, and so forestall the sleek young squire. An unpleaoant ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 April 1906

■3EB0R SALE, Tray Bu^gy (Angus), to cairy four, .in first-claas order. Cheap.—T. 13ROWNLOW, Federal Harness Depot, Moss Vale. . 3E"OR SALE, Prairie Stale INCUBATOR (BO egg), perfect order; also, small quantity well-bred POULTRY. Apply, " PresB" Olllce, Bowral. SOO ACRES FREEHOLD, 1 miles railway, tiuull house, well fenced, watered ; £1 10s per aero ; £100 down; easy terms. Apply—G. i\ LYNCH, Moss Yale. J. GOODFELLOW & CO, will sell this day (Saturday) at their Mart at 2 p.m.: — Turkeys, Fowls, DiicA-b, Prime Young Iloo.-terp., Peas, JJauns Cabbage, Apijcots, Apples, Oranges, Lemous, Peaches, and a largo quanlily ot Crockerywaro. *g*OR SALE, nine new sulkies, three seoond-hand sulkies, spring van. village carls, and various other vehicles, to be sold eh«ap to olear—.T. BBOWNLOW Federal Coaclibuilder, Moss Yale. GS-LENWOOD FARM, 220 acres freehold, 300 young fruit trees, -4,000 strawberry plants, 9 room (evidence, plenty water, J mile from railway and pulllic. school; price £*...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 April 1906

BABY COUGH JJUST N£VEIt LINGER. Nothing is more distre -ping than to aeo a helpleeB little infant auitering with a c^ugh, and to bo fear ful of usiug a remedy which may contain somo harmful ingredient. Tho inakcra of Chamberlain's Oongh Remedy positively (juartintoo that his pre paration does not contain opium in any form, or any other h irn.ful substance. Mothers may confidently give this remedy to their little ones. It gives prompt relief, mid is perfertly safe. It always cures, and ourea quickly. For sale by D. Morgan, Chem ist. - Hill Bros., Bowral—the leaders in fashion. Tbeir stock of drapery, etc., keeps pace with the seasons. BOWRAL STOCK SALE. jr. GOODFELLOW & CO. will cell by auction at Grainger's New Yards, Bowral, on WEDNESDAY, 18th April, at X.30, bO Head Mixed Stook, oom prising very choice Forward Springers, Dairy Heifera, and Mixed Stock. 150 HEAD 150 CHAMPION DAIKY CATTLE. Knox and Smith "ESTILL sell at tho Yards, Bowral, on WEDNES DAY, 18th instant, at 1,30...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 April 1906

als of tne dsason IS UNDOUBTEDLY WKINS & CO 3s. an tlae £ ELeturnied on all Cassia IPairclaases of Drapery, Millinery, Clothing, Mi-reery, Bools nnil SlinBS, Glassware, Crockery, Fancy Goods, &c. JUST THINK OF IT ! Every tiling1 Fi*esli and Clean. P^o Old. Stock. TC. B. HAWKINS & CO., ARGYLE MOUSE - MOSS VALE. For First-class Work. Jas. McCleery & Opi). Good Sheds, (Est. over 23 years). [VjjQSS VALE. We take the Lead, and why ? Simply because our work stands the test I For Painting, Trimming, Wheelwrigliting, Horse-shoeing, Plough work and General Work we hold the Reputation, v Our plant is one of the best and most complete in the colony. We have spared neither labor or money to make it so. All orders by rail or post attended to punctually. Charges Moderate. BOWRAL STATIONERY AND FANCY GOODS DEPOT. Plain. ^11 I^inds of SCHOOL Requisites. Om-COLORED POST 6ARDS of > t.oti CislS aaic! see tSaesaa. 1. \v ' ksMbc^** O b&b W 1^ Stationer, Booksel...

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Band of Hope. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 April 1906

Band of Hope. The monthly maeling of tho Mobb Vale Band of Hope waelield on Monday evening last in the Prea byterian Church, nnd was well attended. Thoohair was taken by the Hev. J. H. Craig. An interesting programme wae gone thtougb, consieting of the fol lowing items :—Recitation, ]3. McLoan ; solo, Miss Bourne ; rocitation, "Weeds," Jano Burns ; recita tion, "Kittens.*' Lily Smithers ; recitatiou, "Im priHonod," Florence Ililchrc; rccitation, "Little naked, Feet," Miss Brown; recitation, "A Mean Dog/1' Queonio Limond ; Bong, "Ye ItankB and Braes," Miss Lindsay ; and recitation, Mrs. Craig. Thu Rov. J. H, Craig in tho course of hia address remarked that an event had happened last Saturday which had never oncurred before in New South WaleB, when at the Quoanbeyan eleotion every hotel ib the electorate was closed oil polling day, thia be ing one of the provisions of tho new Liquor Bill. He urged tho young people to remember that they were living in stiriug times uud that if spared t...

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THE LAUNDRESS' LAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 April 1906

THE LAIIKDRESS' ■ LAMENT. Bless my heart 1 Why was I ever born? Tolling and moiling from morning till night, and never a rest! If man was made to morn, what was a laundress made for—certainly not to sing. My hands arc nearly charred off working In filthy suds, washing other people's clothes, and other people's floors. .Well, well, I suppose what cannot be curcd must be endured. " Hello, Mary 1 xvhat's the matter, you seem out of sorts*" "Out of sorts, Margaret, 1 should think I am. Life is a burden." V Oh, nonsense, Mary, you have a fit of the blues— it will, soon pass off." " The blues might pass off, Margaret, if that were all; but my poor sore hands and aching back re main." . " Why, sakes alive, Mary, what has put your hands in that state? 'What hard thick knuckles you've got, and how ragged your nails are too 1" " Hard knuckles and ragged nails! Bah! What Is that to me, I wish you heard the grumbling I have to stand about hard flannels and ragged clothes after I have washed the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 April 1906

1 De Lissa.jfe Co* Ltd. FURNISH THROUGHOUT |pff|3p Private Residences, Hotels, Restaurants, Boarding "*^5$ Houses, Offices, &c. ~il Contracts for Cash or Easy Terms. BSp 058 & 558 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY, Opposite St. Andrew's Cathedral. Pi M©W SOAP t 1 4 Wb*o 70U hare proved the ralue cf Snnligfct Scap y&a will be cqaally satisfied if yoa try Monkey Brand for scouring metal, woodwork and kitchen sinks.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 April 1906

Broomhall'B Australasian Wheat Ready Reckoner. This book, compiled by Mr. L. F. Broom hall of 18 Bridge Street, Sydnoy, the oompiler of the Grain Merchants Bendy Reokoner, conjointly with Mr. G. E. Gregson has been printed nnd published by Messrs. McOarron Stewart <fc Oo., '14 Pitt Street, Sydney. By its aid ono oan ascertain at a glanco th© Znvoioe value of a parcel of wheat; of any weight at any prioc. The Railway Hates of nil the Stated of tbo Commonwealth from tho various wheat forwarding stations, which aw all enumerated in alphabetical ordor, alao appear; togothor with an " equivalent table " byiaeausof which ono oan ascertain the rate per bushel incurred in railing wheat. It io very apparont that groat care has been bestowed upon the compilation of tho work and *»<» think that every Miller as woll aa erory Wheat man throughout Australia should be possossod of a copy, which can be hndjfrom tho compiler, 18 Bridge St. (postal address Box 1*221 G.P.O.) or f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 April 1906

TO COUNTRY STOREKEEPERS, Have you seen tbo STANDARD..■ "computing scale, The latest and moat up-to-duto Scale mnilo. Sonlcs for Grocers, Cnnfeo tionero, Butchcro, Tobacconists, &c. BOT^D ON TERMS oh CABU DISCOUNT Wj 'to for Illustrated Price Liete. THE .STANDARD COMPUTING {GALE GOUPANY. Union Chomboro, PITT STREET, SYDNEY. iRfflffiKMALL'S Wheat Ready Obtainable from Compilers—Box 1224, ©.P.O.; AtfD PBOU McGarron, Stewart & Co., 44 Pitt Street, Sydney. Price, 10/6. Postage, 6(1. extra. The GREAT AUTOMATIC POISON CART, FORTESCUE'S The KING of Pollard Distributors. It litis just won tha Grand Champion PHte in a Field Trial arranged by iho Indigo and Barnawartha (Vio.) Rabbit Boards, for iho bust available Poieon Carl in Iho Common wealth, beating all invited competitors. 1300 machines sold last aoaaon. Thli Is suflloiont guarantee. Wo aro also Manufacturora of Tho " BOSKER" Fumlgatofi which is powerful onough to lumlgftto a railway tunivl, and which la,llfco tho "IXL." ...

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THE OLD BELL AT STILTON. THE HOME OF A FAMOUS CHEESE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 April 1906

THE OLD BEIX AT STILTON. •THE ;HOME OF A FAMOUS CHEESK. . ;:f The old Bell at Stilton, Hunts,'is fam ous not only, as one of the chief old-time coaching inns on the Great North road, but also, perhaps, more renowned as the home of. the cheese which bears its name; and though it may come as a surprise ' to many consumers of this famous edible to team that "Stiltons" were'neVer made in this Huntingdon shire, village, the story oC their eonnee-. Uon with "the place is nevertheless an in teresting one. Originally known asMhe.Englishiparr mesan, the manufacture of Stiltons ap pears to have originated with a Mrs. Paulct, of Wymondham, a small village, near Melton'; Mowbray, who first sup plied-them to Cooper Thornhill.the once. celebrated landlord''of the BclPfor the use of the table provided for coach pas-; sengers. The cheesed themselves at once struck connoisseurs as A revelation, inasmuch that; not only were they lh demandat mine host's table, but also eagerly pur chased by those who ...

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PETROL FROM POTATOES. FOR MOTOR FUEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 April 1906

PETROL FROM POTATOES. . FOR MOTOR FUEk. •' ! /What would happen to-the motor-car industry were the supply of petrol to fail or ..were England to be blockaded? * -This is a Vqueation ' which far-seeing manufacturers with an eye to other fuels are: seripiisly discussing/ • ; Retailers of petrol have been . faced ^within the:last fewr tvdeks; uitb a rise of a penny a gallon in the pricc of the i spirit, and, although manufacturers and j motor-omnibus comparties—the latter of i' w^hich consume vast- quantities of . the I feul—have, been able to make special bargains,' It is quite conceivable that the I price at some'futurc date might be-pro-. i hibitiye.-. * • . If industrial alcohol — as apart from consumable spirits — were freed from duty, it could be used in the specially designed cars of the future, , and.. show many advantages over petrol. . Mr J. 13. King, secretary of the 13rilish i Empire Motor Trades Alliance, supports the suggestion made by an Irish motorist I —namely, to give...

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ELECTION COMEDIETTAS. FROM GAY TO GRAVE. No. I. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 April 1906

, ELECTION COMEDIETTAS. FROM GAY TO GRAVE. No. X. I- ".No,", said the Hector,, gravely , twirling the glass.that hold his post-, prandial'allowance of port. "No, I shall not vote for C!azebrook.'.' "Why not?" asked .Duncan. As thb eldest of the family, a man who had been at Oxford five terms, ;■ and; : had, once spoken (very late. in the oven ingj at the Union, ho considered him self-more ..than, a match -for thO\ poor r old. governor: v.;..- .• ■■■■■:■ i • '."Because," stated. ,|tho. Hector, "ho has cxpressed'hiinself in favor or the disestablishment of the._ Church. ' Ai littlo iiioro .port,:.maamia'.C... r Mamma shook her head. She would not. have interrupted the conversation for f worlds; iJIow.-very'; hahdsomo. Dun can's looke'dijini his l,new .dress-suit ! I "I think-.you're wrong," pronounced •thetyouth'.;; "In -fact, 'all the old-fash ioned—thatv is. to .say,: the old school of Tories are mistaken with regard to disendowment." "Perhaps the yo.ung school will put us right," -...

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GREAT CAPTURE OF THIEVES. BOGUS RAILWAY MEN. ROBBERY OF L20,000. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 April 1906

GREAT CAPTURE OF THIEVES. BOGUS RAILWAY MEN. ROBBERY OF L.20,000. • The Paris correspondent of ,-thc'Lon-_ don '"Daily Mall" wrote on the 41st of.-* January:— • The Paris-police have succeeded, In ar resting a gang of. thlrty-flye thieves, whosq exploits wore of a irjost: auda cious character. . They,,were' captained by an ex-member of the Pari^ police force, a man named Arnaud.. One of the methods adopted by the. thieves was to steal goods:by means of an Imitation railway, goods van. The van, In charge' of two.or threo of the; men; would .call at' large warehouses,, from which goods were .likely to be sent by rail. They collected the parcels, en tered them up In a dummy receipt book, and drove off. In this jvay over 1.-0,000 worth of £ goods have been stolen since the beginning of the year. The headquarters of the gang was on a piece of waste land at Lcvaljois, a suburb of Paris, where'they carried on a business as owners of a motor garage. The ijeadqra' were In the habit of using ...

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IN 3505 A.D. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 April 1906

IN 556h:.'A.D. First AirShip Ow^er;: Have'..Any trouble Id renclilug* lints? \ <• « Socond f.Alr^lilp, vOwaer: Nona worth mwi tionlnp. . .I wns fmed four or Uvo tliues for scorching tin theMilky \Vay/"aiiU once" for looping ttao loop 'uo onc of - Satilru'e riii's-* • but that was alL « r. t |j - , j

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No. II. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 14 April 1906

No.- II. i "1 have only to add, ladies and gentlemen, that, if you dome- the 'Very great.-honor of sending inc to \V"estminst<i-~tis-yoiir rcpro^enLal ive, it wi 1 benny great and constant en deavor, to - forward- the grand Cause 1 lhnt- each one of us present in. this 'room to-night has at heart—1 mean, of course, the Cause of -tlie poor, the suffering, the dowivtrodderf; IhV Causa of those. who have not the" strength, or the means,- or the opportunity to "fight for themselves." . (Loud choors, 'ill!which the agent joined). I Theimeeting had been an. enormous ' success: There was not the llcast doubt of-it. -Mr. JGee leaned from tho window of thfc carriage' and grinned , at everybody.'. Mrs Hee did the same at the other window. A Voice—strangely like that of tho agent—cried, "Take out the horsos, lads! Let's pull .Mm homo!'' Unfortunately, 'tho coachman whip ped,,up at that moment, so that the sycophantic butcher had much ado to save his toes. Mr Bee's house wns tw.o mil...

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THE WIDE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 April 1906

THE WIDE WORLD. "Wa,uted, a . quantity of Ladles' Tongues, bound by the bindiiiy machine."—'"Northampton Chronicle." Lying in beil caused such exhiiustion in nn Accringtou woman, ngede 70, tlint she died from the effects of a slight fall. The "Dally Mail" Is responsible for a new form of election madness. It is vulgarly known as dash-dottiness.— "Punch." Bit by bit London is slowly renewed, and is-gradually wlnnlnga place in the ilrst rank of beautiful cities.—"Notes and Queries?." ; . Thomas Chandler has just died in Montreal from hydrophobia caused by a bite from a parrot which he was training'to sing. . HerrBrother: I wouldn't have;.much to do with Dashdasli if I were you—lie is ii mere excuse: for, a man. She: But a poor excuse is better than none. The largest: tree In the world, the Cali fornia redwood, was • recently felled. This forest giant measured 27 feet In diameter, and was over 200 feet high. Stephen Pierce, the oldfcst bell-ringer • in England,, has just died at Hurst,...

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