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Mittagong Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 31 March 1906

I Mutagens Council. The usual fortnightly meeting of tho above was held in the Council Chambers on Wednesday evening last. Present—AW. \Ve<tlmry (Mayor), Wallia, Memfield, {^oiyhtqn, and Jones. ConnK.-:i'ONr>h:xciv. From T. .J. McCann, asking to be nnlighlened in rj«ferencp to the boundaries of (ho municipality from which to remove niglitfioil.—The Clerk was instructed to give (he information sought for. From J. L. Williams asking whether the local option vote was token ot the last municipal election! and if ho to foward particulars u* no return hud been received.—Deputed to forward ' thev returns on tljo motion ot Aid. Moses and Leighton. ' ■ From R A. Bi*saker, injuring if tho council required any street lantoniB, and if so he would be glad to quote a pr'ico for same.—Referred to tho Lighting Committee. I ! ' From It. McDonald, Under-Secretary. Department , of Lands, fttating that the aum of £10 had been paid j to tho credit of the council fov the improvement of! Ale...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 31 March 1906

ixTr-y -a s** You will bo Surprised at.li t; W©0lraGF0weFs ,o. a..*. by having the.... .cr^r "i.isgf" & ...SHEARING MACHINE j ~j I _ k<tp~ Installed in your Sheds. 4gar ■ I A 1 It lias no Equal. .... -Xl C It's Superiority is Unsurpassed .. ' 19oe Steel Case «« Absolutely Reliable. - . . ." Harrow Grip " Daisy." A Keen Cutter and Cool Rmmer. rit will laBt a llictime, - - mmnsasasssssss: Shearers prefer tho "Daisy" to all other Mnohiues, ' . Tho "DAIST" will give you the BEST SERVICE, and will cost you practically little for up-keep, during a long lorn: of years. ' Wo can lapply you with Shearing Machinery, including Bteam or Oil Engines, to suit your special requirements, BUMi rnmrn heme go., — 9 hamiitost st., s'stidlsrie'sr.— Jlfff De Liss'a & Co. Ltd. fp^ll~v furnish throughout Private Residences, Hotels, Restaurants, Boarding —Houses, Offices,'&c. HJTii ' , ~ z II r-f,J Contraots for Cash or Easy Terms. I 556 & 558 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY...

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Our Scenery. GERRINGONG FALLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 31 March 1906

Our Scenery. GE11RING0NG PALLS. br xeoi,\. In your issue of the 2*ith, I promised a doscrip-Jnn of the above fails, which I considered one of the grandest, ami at the name time one of the least known cif tho larger waterfalls (but by a misprint I nrn made to say tho bast known. Having bean asked why I selected iho Gorringong for my first (Inscrip tion. it is because there aro more mistakes nii t mis uudeiGtending about them than any of tho ot.hers, and because in the case of nearer und moro ofton vipited onus, an abler pou than mine may tako them in hand and describe them ; in fact I may as well state tl^at.l have not explored or soon very much of tl\6in for tho Use 10 or T3 years. My main object now is to exoito au interest, so that others may go with tbe eapecial object, of seeing and deaoribing the place qb they are at tho present time. If I had not premised to describo these, it would havo been bent to have taken the Carrington Fulls first, as from thia psrt of the'district they...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 31 March 1906

, OLD FOLKS' EMLliY, It is a foUj'.for cl«l fol'ra to allow tbo bowol Vobtlity of ngo to master thorn, aa it uaturally mahea tliera go faster wnoh day. I3y using Cbamberlain'rt Stomaoh and Livor Tabfata, *nfd and pleasant re* lief can alwaya bo had. For salo by D. Morgan, Chomist. Farm implements arid produce, at low rates, at Hill Bros., Bowral.

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 31 March 1906

©eaaeraS Mews. For the ladies ; Special line of Halo and: thread gloves, latest shades, for bummer , wear, at Hill Bros. Durnan, the Canadian sculler, will visit Australia in September, to arrange a match with Staubury. • Kjchard Riley, or E. Sexton, aged 26, a rkiteheuman murdered Rose Arnold, aged 24 a barmaid, at Nicbson-atroet, Sydney, on Wednesday night. He was in an upstairs room, and shot her after cutting her throat.. Sue man afterwards attempted to commit suioido by cutting his own throat and then shooting himself. His condition is critical.' The portions of the northern suburbs swept by a tornado on Tneeday present a scene of great devastation. The police have been instructed to help in casob of dis* tiess duo to tlie tornado, and a movement lias been started to raiae a relief fund. A new arrival iu Western Australia has written to Mr. Bent, stating that the Government of that State allows would-bed&Hlert" !o die like dogs. He encloses a letter from the Western Aus...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 31 March 1906

BRIDGE SCHOOL & KINDER-GARTEN. 3S=»IUVATE PUPILS roceived for Continental French, Musifi, X' Drawing. The younger Pupils ore tnnght by FiceboPw System* and <mn ontcr from 8 vears of age. SCHOOL fiE.OPKNS January 22nd, 1006. MUSIC LESSONS' RESUMED January 15th. Principal, MISS COLVIN-CLARK. Miss Wright, LAUNDRESS. fSS" Children's Clothes a Speciality, Addrasa : Woodbine St., Bowral. ^irs7~E7~HA¥ES , -1 (Late B. Nateaw), FRUITERER & GOKOTIOfJER ARGYLE STREET, Moss Vale.: : (Opposite Post Office). Only Choice Fruit and Confectionery stocked. . Agent for Silvester's Small Goods, Fresh.Vegetables always on hand.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 31 March 1906

8 BETTE R _ITgAN DISCOUNT. - r ANDREWS & OCX'S f rzxrrza. wi>^ n£?>WvvL*v*» «irvV£i>vi^Tv» : 3 WEEKS ONLY, Commencing SATURDAY, FEB, 24. ppend Five Shillings Cash and yon ivot a present; spend Ten Shillings ami yon get a bettor, ami for every mMltion Five Shilling's the viisue increases, pEE OUR WINDOW FULL OF PRESENTS. i3oprrgs,. jrgl^pjsivv:* crockery, .Aj^ro ■. ' IRONMONGERY ONLY. .'■■■[KaTAii!,T?nnii'1872.] " " J. G^MORKIS & CO., AUCT10NKBKS AND ■ VALUATORS; jiioust:; land, and estate agents. p* - * /(;cnT« for Aiwirnliun Minimi '-'ira Insurance Co. ' ■ r' Vicioiin Fire Insurnrieo Co. ,, Colonial Muimil Life A-a;ifrxucc Socioty. ,, ;Miiil(i Smd I'ir nml'1'oultr.v I'urm. : ■OndHli and Allen, T'utent Attorneys. poods received ill.-our Rooms for Private or . . Auction Bale. i An ftltrnelirc liBt of Fieehald Properties: (or Snip. 0. //., IJ^lsiead, . ARCHITECT, • wkkiuxoton," ■ ' 1 BUlUtADOO. ■ J)r. 11. Crawford,, SURGEpiM DEWTIST, TOWN It ALL, JlOJyiiAL. Kj...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 31 March 1906

HILL BROS. • . . .... ' ''■■'• ■•'" . '" V ,. ^-~t} ,*";• " ~ _ *' . M • - ,. *•..■./■• "t. "■ :" ■ • ■ '= :.. ■•'••■ " " '•''/:''••>;.\;0r;v-v^V-:d;•••^V'•; ■ -"'•- -v!- ' ' •. •" V r:IP CS A W TP IS jlgjp oga r~*^ JiMi Slifi ■ •• s .- - - ;. •. - y-:r '"-. "^^yw^yyAfyryyiyyyy^yyy-^yyy'-y^-^'-r^y'yy <:.v = ■. ■y-.:.y:--:y^^yy^yyMyTtsysyyyyfy^yyMyyyyy^^yyry-' '■ ■ i . , , • ' ~ >" ■ •*- . .■;. fT-:S;iy yy. . ■ ■ ■ :;V;7yyyy- 'MOW' ox*. riSH! PISH! •>❖«>«• <K>0«O^'&OOeOOO-&O<fr Order your Fish for GOOD FRIDAY from S. ROW1W, -" ••' . " ENNERDALE," BOWRAL.: ';. Supplies of Fresh Silver Bream, Schnapper, Whiting, &e., always on hand. Smoked Fish daily. Fried Fish" Tuesdays and Saturdays. The following Towns are visited : Moss Vale, Mondays and Thursdays ; Mittagong,. Wednesdays. Letters attended to promptly, and satisfaction guaranteed. NOTE ADDRESS" ENNEHKALE," saearly opposite Meat SrMge, SSosag I2ohj«j Street. | ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 31 March 1906

JMtoC3-®JH,2HnnE2'© MBo "L (H,0Da ™™° """■ , (e3"8r3®e3£nr*t3 sssel^ud e3e3l«be>e»ee3«a js^siffi^tojsua'eseje&ell, s«~»"sxib jsasr mossis for oanss eia-ramals, silks, tst ancelesteer, bl&kixerm. cubtaims. mb£3>ns, ©j-ovss, jacshsts, costpises, bsots, ©m>.. oto.hhi< o e3a e^s7 ep^ijsi g© ®sc®7 (sstesss fi&jssa 6ea© ises&sss essssip to sc3© dbqs e3 © es e3 e3 !? .

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 31 March 1906

Death of Sirs Humble. Considerable surprise was occasioned ia Bowral when it beearuo known tli.it Mra Mary Itumblo, >yifo. of the late John Humble, hud passed peacefully away in hsr sie/'p during Thursday ni^ht, or early on Friday morning. The deceased, who wag 71 years, of age. had frequently complained of feeling unwell* and Kcvprai times the uci^bbrjun; had called in medi** oal aid. She wan not confined to ber bad of late, however, and on Thursday night had taken tea with' Mre. Jones (her next-door neighbor). Mra. Mooie. had also proved a friVnd in need to tho old lady, who. lived a'ooe, and to hor the doceascd had frequently mentioned that il she did not notice her about ill, tho morpingH she miidit call in and see if anything, wore amis?. It was in this way that Mra Moore/ who had her suspicious aroused, went over to the' deceased's eottog^, and, looking through tho bed room window, sntislicd horsolf that sho was dead. Furtbnr inveatii>ationy proved thics to be true. Tho....

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METHODS OF MILKING AFFECT THE QUALITY OF MILK. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 31 March 1906

fe METHODS OF MILKING AFFECT . THE QUALITY OF MILK. '■That, not only the yield, but also the .'.'..quality'of the mlllc, niay be Influenced by tho milker, is a fact that is not so wlclley known nnd appreciated as It should be. It has, 'however, been well known for some time among experienced and observant dairymen that a cow would yield more milk to a rapid nnd vigorous but gentle milker than she would to n less skilful; milker^. An interesting account is givon in the Scientific American of a series of experiments conducted by M. Lepoutre. assistant professor of nnlmal physiology at the .'Agricultural Institute • of • Belgium., These experiments .woro conducted for the purpose of determining the influence exorted by milking upon' the quality of milk, upon Its-fatty materials. Broadly considered, tho operation ol milking is a. rational massage that has tho offcct- of drawing from the Udder a quantity of milk much greater than that which Is contained at .the outset. It Is ■ admitted t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 31 March 1906

TOR A LAM 12 BACK. Whou you have pains in tlio nranll of tho b,tok, danipiMi a piw of thick ilanni'l flight!}- with Ch/im berl »in*H P.iin Balm, ami Uni it ovbr th'o'ucut of p tiu, uud quirk ri-lhf will fol!o\r« Tito baok nhonld U> bithc I with Pain Itatm, and tUo finiinol dampen ed * itlt it in »r- Jiu uim! evo»i>»£. Uub tin Imok vljjowmVy »( oach HppHo'itioii. For mil# by D. Morgan, Chomidt.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 31 March 1906

Glorious Pews! Glorious ifews! •A 'Genuine Bale at last Honest Goods at Paralysing Prices I VSNSlfl Wfcfsp&bw d^UdgSi FOE 8 DAYS ONLY ^ Commencing Saturday, . March %L Terminating Saturday, March 31, Notwithstanding the many so-called Bargains being ;«ffered lately, the public have been asMng for a Genuine Sale r-a gale at which REAL EAEGAINS Niight.be obtained; and 310 shoddy goods offered—hi other words tliey have been - asking for HILL BROTHERS' SALE. And as. Mr. Hill will Shortly be leaving on his trip to the Old Country, the firm has decided to celebrate the event in a fitting manner by giving the public an opportunity to lay in a big stock at '. / MARVELLOUSLY REDUCED PRICES. j HILL BROTHERS' SALES have established a reputation throughout the district, anil that reputation will be fully " maintained. So shoddy Bankrupt Stocks or Catch-penny linos .that would be dear at a gift, but STRAIGHT-OUT. /. GLORIOUS BARGAINS of every day requirements. ©nr-j Winter Stock is arriv...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 31 March 1906

There continues to bo a brisk demand for kerosene tihalo from the JoacJja nbals mines. One hundred tons huvo been dc?pulcht;d to Sydney Irom the siiling at JliitngoiiK 'his week. .TE»01l SALE, cheap, lot of Double Harnoss, Hand Sjwd ; solid nickel mountings; back bands, britchen. nud pole straps in good ordar—at 13. McGREGOE'S, Moss Valo. j!~GOODFELIjOW &, CO. Will Ball this day (Saturday) at their Jfiirt uf 2 p,m. ' Turkey?, Kowls, Ducks.Viimo Young R003terB, lYas, lJeans. Cahbane, Apricots, Applee, Oranges, Tjeroons; caches, and a large quantity ut CrocUefjwaro. Pepartioent of Public Works, Sydney, 27lh March, 1901). ^J^TTRNTION is directed to Gazette Notice in-vitinR TENDERS for BRIDGE OVKU MITTAOONO CHEEK, lioad Bowral to Berriuja. Tenders will bo received up to .the '23rd April, 19O0. CHARLES A. LEE. MISS BLtJMENTHAL, gSJ-EKUINE FRENCH DRY CLEANER, DYER, FEATHER DRESSER, Suit3, Dre9saa, Laoes, Furs, Gloves.. &a. French Dry Clcnned. Country brdera fiieeinliv atte...

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FORTUNE GIVEN AWAY. MISTAKEN GENEROSITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 31 March 1906

FORTUNE GIVEN AWAY. J MISTAKEN GENEROSITY. I Tho mystery of a succession of an- 7 | oriymous Rifts to charltablo. organis- £ : atlons in York lias been cleared up In a Jj j remarkable manner. I The only clue to the identity of tho E generous donor was the initials -'T.D." j ! His identity could.liot be discovered, in |i spite of careful inquiries. ■■■■■> .. jj . Some days ago, however, remarkable fc reports were circulated of tlio. unex- $ ampled generosity of a certain gentle- § I man towards the; poor. The Immediate it. ' result was that hundreds of people "In £/; need of money went to his.house. Not ; .->ne of them was sent empty away, pro- -I vlded a sufficiently telling story of dis- i tress 'was told. Several-hundred pounds ® ] were thus given away. . | I This, remarkable stato of affairs at J; length came to the ears, of tho authorl- i ties, who set inquiries on"foot, and ulti- | mately discovered that "T^i).". and-- the g keeper, of the "open house" Were one'and | j th...

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CREMATED IN A PIT. TWENTY-THREE PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 31 March 1906

"Si CREMATED IN A PIT. . :.t5 TWENTY-TH1U3E PEOPLE.,/•'. I Tho New York correspondent - of tho London "Expyeas" wrote on 9th tf 'January:— •• •-■ ^ • •... . ,/s: Twenty-three people were-killod-111 }} consequence of a remarkable- land- ty. I slide and fire at Haverstraw.'.'a town|Jf 011 tlie Hudson Hivor,. early,-:; this f/. morning:. The landslide was caused by-exten- Y sivo excavations in- a deep cllay- plt; *n. ' (tho side of a hill.- Above, the-- pit stood a row . of, seventeen' wooden dwedling-houses occupied, by workmen -v; and their families.. ■ - - • Shortly after midnight a portion, of- the hillside crumbled away,, and, -with 1i: tcTi'iric-i-anr. fourteen of the houses Jr.? | fell a distance, of a hundred . feet.. Tho vfct ■ inmates were asleep, and betloro tliey -S. ' could escape were buried in the:debris :9 | j at the bottom of the >pifc. ; v I A lamp which was burning: in'.;ono/fc'-:; I of the houses exploded* setting; firo to ife-. | tho wreckage,. and the victims• ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 31 March 1906

Wedding. A'vpry prelty wqdding took plaoo at (he Methodist Ohureh, Rnqqaloon, on Wednesday afternoon, 31st inet„ between Mr. 1\. J. Noblo, Kangaloon, third Bon of Mr. .Taa Noblo, of Avondale, n»;ar Albion Park, I and Miss Avy Piper, youngest daughter of Mr. Win. Piper, of Kungaloon. The Kev. H. AUon olllciated. The bride, who was given away by 'her father, was attired in ere mo silk voile, ovorall laco, rueho chiffon. medallion* apd kilting. The bridesmaids wore Miita. N&lhi Nobio (sister of the bridegroom), and Miasea Efiie Piper atid Myrtlo Young (niueew of tho bride). Mint* Nulla Noble was attired in white canvas Toile. heliotrope trimmings, and black hat; Misnert Piper ami Young ware white eil'.; drc930«, lace trimmings, and blue ehillon hala. Mr. J. G. Mp.blo wftij best man, and Mr. 10. W. Noblo Rronraflplan. The bridegroom's preoents were—to tho brido a Pilvor-hticked hair»btuph, and feo thp bridesmaid*' gold brooche?. A3 the bridal party entered the church, the choir ...

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CHRONICLES OF CHARTOONING. PRESIDENT LOUBET [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 31 March 1906

: I.U CHRONICLES OP CHAKTOONING. PRESIDENT LOUBET j-;': The "Windsor Magazine" Cor January : writes:—In telling the story Qf how M Loubet had risen from a simple, if wor- > thy, citizen tp the high post he occupied, fy "Jehu Junor" produced a sketch,, in "Vanity Fair,' 'worthy of his reputation. V# "He is not brilliant," he said, "nor even clever; he Is only honest, slmple.'^j and straightforward. He has been many^r things in his own country, from Prime Minister downwards, and now the death .-j M. Paure and the vote of the people. ..have made him into the seventh Presi{' dent of the French Republic. His mothe still cultivates the farm upon which sW, ' bore the new and worthy Chief Magi* trate of France, and his grandfather could neither read nor write. He himj . : self was sent to Paris to study in tnfl Latin Quarter, which he did till he got a•/: degree, when he went back to his own- •* place, MonteHmart, as an advocate. Her is a good cltizcn, a kind husband, and aj • devoted fa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 31 March 1906

A wedding ui'cuiuiia^niolo miuroat in Richmoni] took place on the 1-HU in>Unt, the contracting par tirfj bein;; Mhr« Hophfo Sullivan, youiiResl daughlor of Mr. \V. Suiiiv.m, J.P., " Oatriur Bank, '• Richmond, ?.n«l Mr. William Corner, afdunt son of tho itev. K. A. Coiner, of Auburn. CIIILDliUN* WIIKN TEETHING. Haro m««ro or Iwh diarrhoea, whMi ua'nuw o;j oh<o.|;«>d (filnotuaily, a* tho causa nanuot bo rcm*>vol, but the diur rhoou ohii and hlum'd bo controlled by jjiviuir Clmmbm*lam\s * .olio, Ch >1*1 a, and Diarrhona Remo-.iy, uu;l uu o.-'tunLnal <Icmvj of easier i.ll lo o'eiui-e the >ysVn. ^ l' fca^° ^0' D* Obo:a» i«>t. (loorgo II. Htlky, 11 years, foil 00ft. down a (if* well tit Melbourne auii was Ulfod iiuluiilly.

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PROTESTANTS IN AUSTRIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 31 March 1906

PROTESTANTS IN AUSTRIA. From some interesting' particulars in the "Sunday at Homo" we learn that the total Protestant population of Austria proper (excluding: Hungary) is less than 500,006. Its principal sections ure Lutheran anj Reformed. Their Magna Charta of liberty for work and worship is the "Imperial Patent" Issued by the present Emperor in 18G1. They receive no pecuniary support from the State, but are recognised by the State, and are connected with tho State through their Oberklrclienrath, or Church Council, which 1g composed of boUi pastors and lawyers, with a president and secretary, and has oversight of the churches. In Vienna itself there are 35,000 Lutherans. The ccns-tant resort to the tcltrptione on Iho part of patents whose lllue»5 is ofton more imaginary '.bail real ha* erroatly acldod to the doctor" d worries without lUigmonUug his Income.

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