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Husband and Wife. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 April 1906

Iliisfoajid and Wife. Once upon a- time a youth who had commenced to navigate the sea of matri mony, went to his' father'.and said :—: Father, who should be boss, J_ or my my wife r" .• ■ . * Then the old man smiled and said :r " Here are ioo chickens and a team of horses. Hitch up the horses, loadj the chickens into the waggon, and wherever you can find a mat) and his wife dwelling,, stop,.and make inquiry as to who is the boss. Wherever j'ou find a woman running things leave a chicken. If you come to a place where the man is in control, give him one of the horses.." . After 79 chickens had been disposed of he came to. a house and made the usual inqtiiryw " I'm boss here," said the man. •'Got to show me." So the wife was called, and she affirmed her husband's assertion. •'Take which ever horse you want," was the boy's reply. So the.,;husband ,said—" I'll take the bay." But the wife didn't like the bay horse, and she called her husband aside and talked to him. He returned and said —...

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
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"AN ACCURSED PROFESSION." [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 April 1906

"AN ACCURSED PROFESSION.' Chinese labor is a pawn ill (ho gl'eat I game oi .Liberalism. it .is a cry, a dishonest cry, but 0110 that will at- I tract votes—and that is.why it is be lug usofi. It lends a curious support, to .the .outburst'-., of..- Lord Salisbury, "politics is an^ ucciirsodi profession." lndtvil; the' statesman spoke truth' if it Is a.profession that justifies a man —oven a politician—using infamous ' linl l-llthM IhlLf 111. nuiv rraln unmo Iri fling personal ; advantneo. — Weekly "Dispatch." The IflURllsli, execrated ubout live years ago. are at present our dearest friends; our lending -'yellow" journal Is edited In connection wltli ilio "Times;" Iingllsb companies iuo considerably in terested lu our press; M. Loubet and Klne Edward: exchanire affeetlonjitn I visits. —Drbnln Gotaler in "lndepondpjit," I New York.

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LORD CAMPERDOWN'S WATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 April 1906

XORD OAMPERDOWN'S WATCH. ' The discovery of u wutclrln.Denmark'' which belonged to Admiral Duncan, the ! hero of the great battle o£ C:imperdo\vn, | Is reported.by. the "Dundee Advertiser." | A post otlice elark In a little town In ( Denmark bought an old watch from a postman L'oi' 4s Gd. The watch \vas iu a very bad condition, and did not go, but | lipou.the purchaser taking It to pieces' In an idle moment he discovered Inside an inscription which proved that It.be longed to Admiral Duucan, L'okV Cam pcrdown, the date being given as lltli October, 1707. How the watch got Into ..the''possession of a Dune is hot stated, butlt was secured after some negotia-.i lions for Dundee.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 April 1906

RHEUMATIC SUFFERERS, Many sufferers from rheumatism have been fiur prised nnd delighted ut tbe prompt reliof obtained by applying Ohfimbcrlaiu's Finn Bnbn. In adyis-. fag you to two Ohnmberlrti -V Pain Btiira for Rbeu matiam, wc Imow is will glvo you porfaat eatisfao-. tion, He tbe First application will relievo the pain; and ita rontinuod uses/.>r n short tnoa will e&ct a euro. For sale by D. Horgan, Chemist.

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SITTERS AND ARTIST. A CANADIAN PAINTER OF ROYALTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 April 1906

SITTERS AND ARTIST. A CANADIAN ■■ 'FAINTER OP ROYALTY. "Canada" is the, title of a new illus trated weekly which makes its appear ance this week, dealing: with everything: j relating- to the social, political, and in dustrial life of the Dominion.. Among J the "contents is a special interview with Mr 2. Colin Forbes, K.C.A., who is now painting the pictures or the King and Queen to.adorn the Chamber of the Dominion House of Commons. He states that the original commission from the Canadian: Government was for full-I length portraits of both their, Majesties, but the King's reply to Ottawa:;left some ' doubt :\vhether the Queen would consent | id have her own included. After ofllcial ■ correspondence on the. subject, Mr I Forbes put. the question direct to the King himself. His Majesjty replied, "I ' will try my best to'induce the Queen t«i ' sit for you. .1 hardly think she will, but; *1 will try.° His'Majesty proved sue-1 ce.ssful. The Quuen not only consenleito the sittings but cou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 April 1906

Four Years Ago AND NOW!! Tfto Caao o* ' Rlrs. H. tVEi-S-S, (I'y a Special lieportnr.) Willi .11 view to britming l.eiore the • . public a . matter of considerable im-, : nominee a ..reporter- ■ innped ■ at, l'14'"v Ulo-t-toad, -Cilclse,.'where:Jura. Hannah V. e;is re/iuos. Tina lady iipp<ui<-d in r.s,ionse, and upon tliopto.inland mi:s\jn ne.n^ explained,. she &.U-.I •— "Certainly. Nothing'-would give hio more plensi.re - than to relate -.the story i,l my cro-.il ach-e^emtfiit of four;yen:S ■ ngo, especially os it will bu so s-.ti vi.'liable to many, in1 want of guid-, unco. You "sob, .'.if ,was>? alter vfruulussly trying several home lemr.diej that I saw Ttbout UlomunW Tonie i,a the pa pas, and made- , up mv mir.d to bnd out what it was. liko for. myself, aa 1 • was very ill, oiia wusi-willing to tako liiiytliiixs. so long as -1 got bettur. AXy word, it was the beat tiling I eou.ld have done, e.s. many of my Mends said, for at that time I - was a9. ...

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LOSS CAUSED BY BAD MILKERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 April 1906

loss caused by bad milkers. There ..ire'two opinions about milkers iidherlng to or changing cows. Some hold It is best for one person to take to certain cows and milk them all through." Others prefer the hands chang ing dally, and as the question of milk ing la always a, foremost one, it would lie interesting to learn which Is really the better way of the two.. Either way Is not bad, as success attends both, but it Is possible the one stylo is little su perior to the other. * With milkers thoroughly reliable, there need, be no hesitation In letting a man, boy or woman adhere- to the same cows constantly. The cowand the milker get to;, know each other In a manner that adds to-the amiability of both, and we havo more faith in get ting- a greater quantlty: of milk from the constant milker than by ;changlng. Milkers, however, are often scarce; all kinds have to be employed, and the ob ject of changing cows is often to wedge a duffor in between expert milkers, and thereby keep the cow ri...

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Potash Mine Bought by Prussian Government. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 April 1906

Potasli Mine Bought by Prussian Government, The "Financial News" (London) says that the Prussian Government has made an offer, subject to the sanction of the Prussian Diet, of XI,600,000 for the I-ler cynia mine. This Is one' of the oldest and most productive opthe German 'potash pro perties-having been founded in 1880, and extending over 6000 Prussian aerea. The number of miners employed is 650, and the net profits for 190-4 exceeded L150.000. Jt is assumed tliat the object of the Government in acquiring this mine, is to be in a position to exercise pressure; if desirable, on the potash , .syndicate, which practically has a monopoly of the trade. -..'During the last few years the profit able character of the potash mining con cerns has acted as a stimulant to the industry, and Hvo opposing currents of opinion have arisen, one favoring the Interests of agriculture, and consequent ly advocating lower potash prices, the other insisting on maintaining the level of-.prices by limiting t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 April 1906

It's Getting Gold. MAKE YOURSELVES SNUG FOR THE WINTER BY GETTING YOUR Blankets* Flannels Jackets, Winter Underwear New Dress Goods Men's, Boys' and Youths' Clothing Boots and Shoes J. B. ANDREWS & CO., BOWRAL , .. [KbTAHMSHED 1872.] J. G. MORRIS & CO., AUCT10N15KRS AND VALUATORS, HOU3LC, LAND, AND ESTATE AGENTS. Agents fur Anairnlion Miuunl Fire Insurance Co. ■ " „ Victoria Firo Iimuranco Co. ,, Colonial Mutual Lilo Ataiirancci Society. ,, Minlo Stuii Pig nml Poultry {"arm. „ Oriflltli and Allen, Patent Attorneye. . -Goods roceiveil al onv Rooms for Privtito or Auutioo Sule, , An aitraolive Hat of Freehold Properties for Sale, C. M. Hafatead, ARCHITECT, «' Wbkiiinotos," BUliBADOO. I)t\ It. Crawford, SURGEON DENTIST, TOWN IIALL, BOWRAL, . Nitrous Oxide (3»b Adminiatjrocl., y OHlae Houis, 9 a.m. to 5. p,m. yiflrs. £ngo[it6g, , (QUEEN'S COLLEGE, LONDON) g Pupil ol Dr. 12. G. Monk.(Into Organist York Cathedral, England) Teacher of Pianoforte, Singing, Etc. BOWRAL. Formo...

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FARM AND FIELD. Nitrate of Soda—Position and Statistics. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 April 1906

FARM AND FIELD. Nitrate of Soda—Position and Statistics. The annual circulars of the nitrate of soda experts were looked forward to • this year, in London, writes the "Mark L«ane Express," with more than usual. Interest, as being likely to throw light on the position caused by the abandon ment'or temporary su/pense of the ne gotiations for the renewal of the com bination for the restriction of shipments. The annual reports of the-well-known nitrate of soda , broker, Mr Thomson Alkman, jun., and of the importers, Messrs W. Montgomery and Co, Ltd., have been issued. On the subject of the combination, Mr Aikman writes:—"In the middle of the year a commission was appointed, and a scheme drawn up by the Committee In Iqulque for a renewal of the combination of producers for five years, subsequently modified to three years, from April, 1906. Early this month it was^announeed that, owing; to difficulties In arranging quotas, the efforts had been abandoned, but later aiivices point to furthe...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 April 1906

Wedding- Bells. A fashionable wedding wna celebrated at tho Ash field Presbyterian Church on Wvdnnslav afternoon loss, 1 lib instant, when Aldciman ,1. H. B=ale of Moss Villi", son of Mr. J. H. Beiile, nf Minly, and formerly of Hummor Hill (an ex-Mayor ol Darling ton), waii im.te'l in, the bonds' nf wedlock to Mi-s -Vice lionatii'.iul Whitnov, diughtcr of Alderman .I K. \VhiSnpy of Ashfield. Tho church woi.very lieiillifiilly decorate.! by tho friend* of the bride with white dahlias, rosea, cosmos, feme, and greenery, ami-presented a very artistic apoearanco. Thero was a largo attendance of the friend's of the contracting parties. The bride, who was Riven away by her father, was elegantly costumed in white brocaded silk, trimmed with orango blossom, kilted chiffon and lovers'knotR of white satin rib bon, with tho usual wreath and veil. She also wore a diamond and ruby bracelet, and carried a shower bouquet of white chrysanthemums, tuber rosea and orange biossomB, the gifts of tho br...

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Published by Special Arrangement When the... Wicked Rise. A Thrilling Story of Love, Intrigue and Adventure. [COPYRIGHT] CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 April 1906

Pxtillshed '.by S&p'ooisil Arrangement. A Thrilling Story of Love, Intrigue and Adventure. . ' ....By.... • pFederie ffliddomson. [COPYRIGHT] CHAPTER IV. I Amongst the group of nearly a Jor.flii guosts who wore accept hospitality of my uncle, there was one well known to the uniiisomqnt-loving denizens of London-the celebrated tragedienne, Miss Ireno Gorrick. She was not, when seen in private life, •what one would expect of a leading exponent of the histrionic art. Quiet, of an almost dreamy disposition, she lmd a sweetly winsome manner. Ut that kind which always iBvites con fidence, she was for ever being confided 111 by her younger friends and ad mirers. Her countenance was striking. Not beautiful, itpourtrayed cleverness, an ability to understand, aud was softened by an expression, the outward visible sign, of a beautiful I She was ohier than Dorothy, but ! the two had long boon friends, and •' The Oaks " had for some consider able time been Irene Gorrick's haven of rest a...

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Moss Vale School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 April 1906

Moss Yale School of Arts. Tho committoo or tho aiiovo mot on Thursday evening, April 12tli. l'rcaoot—Dr. Stevenson (chair), Kov. .J, [I. Craix, Messrs. F. T. Berman, W. Jones, and D. H. Paine (hon. seo.) 'J'ho Iiev. G. TJ'Arey-Irvino wrote bringing under notice (with a view to sale) his new book entitled " PO'.inU'.'1—It waB deoided to purchaser eopy. The oonnoil clerk wrote drawing attention to tho necessity for horse postal in front of the School of Arts, in order to prevent horsos potting on the foot path.—Decided to orcct posts as requested. Accounts amounting to £5 14a -Id goneral account and .£3 Gs 8:1 buildiuR account, were passed for pay ment 011 motion of Mr. Piino and Rov. J. II. Crai?. Tho sio-etaiy uq-i authorised to have pulleys at tached lo the eloeirio light in tho committee room, on the motion of Mrcars. Herman and Puino. Mr. W. Jonsa Rave notice that he would move at the neit meeting that tho oowmitlee room ba painted and renovated, and that linoloum ba placed ou th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 April 1906

THE " DAISY »» SHEARING _ MACHINE. Case, Narrow Grip. FOR PERFECTION, DURABILITY and KEEN CUTTING, THE "DAISY" IS THE BEST. A REVOLUTION IN SHEEP-SHEARING MACHINERY THOUSANDS IN USE THROUGHOUT AUSTRALASIA. The "DAISY " pays for Itself. It is pronounced by Bquattors and Shearers to bo the ACME OF PERFECTION. All up-to-dato Woolffroweis liavo their ShcdB Installed with the "DAISY" A COOL RUNNER. - - SAVES WORRY. SAVES TIME SAVES MONEY. CAUS1£S NO VEXATIOUS DELAYS. PRONOUNCED BY ALL WHO USE IT TO BE THE BEST IN THE WORLD. fiurpon'i Combs ami Cntltri lo (it all SMnts..... DuplicaKs, Combi and Cultm to fit " Wolstlj" Machines (our own liuta). Steel Narrow Grin '• P"'sy" 9 HAMILTOIT STREET. S"yZ)3SrE"Y". MACHINERY INSTRUCTION SCHOOI We invite owners, or their employers, to attend our School of Instruction, where they will learn, free of cost, how to erect and run the Machinery, sharpen Combs and Cutters, and drive an Engine. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx XX PITT STREET § XX XX X...

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Easter Vestry Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 April 1906

Easter Yestry Meetin Tho annual vintry mooting ot St. Stephon'o, Mit in^oiiR, was bekl in the schoolroom an Tuesday ovening hat._ Tho Rector (Hcv. E. lieffernftn) occu pio.l tho chr.ir, and there was a faia attendance of pnrinhionern. The balance-sheet, which showed receipts to bo £'!2l!i Gs !M, was read and adopted. Mr. N. Harvey was eleoted people's warden (llio appointment the other wardens beinR left iu the ltratur's hands), and Mensrs. J. Wallis, son.,' A. Rekn, and W. Pearpall, sidesmen. Villa* of thank* wore passed to Mra. Prott, Mr. CJ. E Vincent, tho choir, superintendent anil touchers of tli? Sunday-school, and to Iho collcotora ol the I'arochial Fund '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 April 1906

M. Be Lissa & Co. Ltd. FURBISH THROUGHOUT Private Residences, Hotels, Restaurants, Boarding Houses, Offices, &c. Contraots for Cash or Easy Terms. Ijgijgjgfl 558 & 558 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY, Opposite St. Andrew's Cathedral. Wbeo you havo proved the value of Sunlight Scap yoa wlli bo equally oatie&ed if job try Monkey Brand for scouring mct&l, woodwork sod kitchen sinks. THE LAUNDRESS' LAMENT. Bless my heart 1 Why was I ever born? Tolling and moiling from morning till night, and never a rest I If man was made to morn, what-was a laundress made for—certainly not to sing. My hands are nearly charred off working in filthy ;suds, washing other people's clothes, and other, people's .floor's. Well, well, I suppose what cannot be-curcd must be endured. : "Hello, Mary! what's the matter, you.seem out of.sorts?", "Orft of sorts, Margaret, I' should think' I am. Life is a burden." . .. " Oh/nonsense,' Mary, you have a fit of the blues it will soon pass o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 April 1906

mm cow?!i mOd'iv'i7EVEiriiiNQT3R, Ni.thmjr !* ni >ro distra sinit thiiii tn seo u hel|>l us lltllo infnnt euir.irinjr with 11 o llu'll, aud to bo foar fti! <•( iiKiittr a" remedy (vhioli umyJ auntim Homo li.imfiilu!gred:6nt. 'I lia lniikorH ot' CliHiiitwrlain's Co'jgli Rom Ay pp<itiVoly K»iir»nto<) that his pro pivriition duo* not amituin opium in liny form, or any otlit'r harmful snlistiiuuo.' Mothora may conliilotitij (live this lemudy to thfir littltoin'o, .'Itgivos prompt I rclii-f, nnrl i< perfiiotly sn'e. It iilwuy!) citrnf, unci c«ra» (^uioklyi t'ur tsvto by 0, Horgnu, Clioiaiat. '

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A Horse In Difficulties. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 April 1906

X Horse In Difficulties. Mr. J. McCnmi, of Bowral, purchased a horse a couple of days ago, and on Thurs day morning his bo; led it down to the crock for a drink. There happened to be o hogholc in the creek, however, into which the horea walked. The mud, which was several feet deep, gradually drew the animal down, an til only the body was above water, and of course it was impossible to struggle out-. Messrs. C. McDonald, J. Fitzgerald, E. Kelleher, and "others were quickly on the spot, and soon hud hitched a rope rouud the horse's body ; then, hauling with all their might, something gave way, hut it wan not the sinking horse—the rope bad ' broken. Fortunately Mr. Hirasn Hii.ee was passing with ilia wnpgon mid team jnsfc then, and with the assistance of hie "leader" the animal in tho bog was soon hauted on to dry land, exhausted after its strange ex perience.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 April 1906

v/MES. E. HAYES, (Late B. Njmut>), FRUITERER & CONFECTIONER ARGYLE STREET, Sfoss "Veile. (Opposite Poat Oflloo). Only Choice Fruit and Confectionery stocked. Agent for Silvester's Small Goods, Fresh Vegetables always on hand. Miss Weight, LA UNDRESS. S3?" Children's Clothea a Speciality, jgn Addroiis : Y/oodbine St., Bowr&l. 'ON £Y v*"" SYDNEY AGENTS FOR THIS PAPER. FILf" COPIES OF WHICH MAY BE SEEN AT THE IE ROOMS, 123 PITT-ST.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 April 1906

The value of the "Wollondilly Press" . as an advertising 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 rapidly from many who have in the,past been strangers in «tliis respect—a testimony to the value of our ; journal aa a disseminater pf news. THEY MARK YOU FEEL GOOD. Thu plensuiit .piirfjiitivo esperiVncoiI by nil who Uio G'uainborlaiuV St'uniijh unil Liver Tttblots, an<3 tl>n hetllliy condition n{ tho holy nnd mind wliioh Ihoy areata. makro ouo feci joyful. Fur uula by B. Morgan, Chemitt. nyiFoeo'B sii ....does not Spot nor Streak, and is the purest and most economical Laun dry Blue made. A less quantity of BUMFOSB'S WASH ING BLUES should be used than the wash ing blues that are sold on this Market. not Streak ir Stain. Its Tinctorial power is the highest obtainable —which makes Rum ford's Bag Blue the Laundry Blue in the fine work. To the experts w...

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