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AN IRISHMAN'S REASON. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 April 1906

AN IRISHMAN'S . REASON. . V — ' I 1 Two* Irishmen were moving some' kegs of powder,- when one noticed that the other was j smoking, and the following, conversation en~. ..sued:—- . . ; ••• I "Look here!" said one,"ain't ye got any. better, eeuso than to be smoking .whilst' we're handling tbcfic-'ere kegs of powder? Don't you know that there was an-explosion "yesterday , which-blew up:a dozen men'."- •/. ' ' "Faith, but thnt eud; never happen here!" i replied the. other. * , '' • "Why not." • . , "Becauso . there!s only , two * of us-- on this

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
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WIT AND HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 April 1906

WIT AND HUMOR. ''What aro tbo Irish coming to?" demanded the eminent lecturer. j "Coming to Amerlky, mosht o£ 'oui," ; answered a voice from the rear of the- ball, j "Asbk a hard wau." I Tho Count: My dear sir, your daughter, has ft frightful temper. I can't put up with It. His American Father-in-law : You're right.* If I hear any more complaints, I'll disinherit ■her., : " . - * First Partner: We'll have to l«cep an eyo on the new cashier. T Second Partner: "Why? Anything wrong with his accounts? .. First Parroor: No; but lie admits that ho can't live on the salary , we pay: him. .Mrs Ilcnpeck : Did you read about that couplo'. who lived for nino" years 'in: the same house 'without spedklng to :erich: oth'ef?v'; • Mr Henpeck : Indeed ;I did. \It's, hard to account for the phenomenal luck of some men, Isn't It? An Irishman leaned over the counter in a Jewellery.- storo and said: to the clerk, "Give mo ono of-your best wedding rings.'.' . "Eighteen karats?!1: lie was asked;: "No, 'at...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 April 1906

Oiloloth—72 inoh width, good patterns, special value 2/G ysrcl, at Hill broa. We are asked to state that Mrs. Clarke, ■representing the Benevolent Society of New South Wales wiil shortly visit our town nnrhdlstnct to collect funds on be lialf of the sick and poor dependent on ' this Society. It is dependent iipon public subscriptions and gifts for its maintenance . with a partial Government subsidy. Its operations not only-deal witji the whole metropolitan area, but cover .the whole colony of New,South \Vales. s,, ■ The value of the f'Woliondilly Press" as an advertising medium is fast: increas ing, and advertisers, too, hre reaHsing its worth in this connection', as our' business columns will • show. / Subscriptions,'.too, • •are coming in rapidljrCfroni;.jnarijrf.-who, have in the past been: sirnri'gers irt : this" respect —a testimony to'the y.alue.'/ot our journal as a disseminater of news. '■.-JUST WHAT KVKHyONB^IOXTIvi) lJO. :Mr. 3. 0. Mnllior. ]>oprietor ''Clirnniolo,"...

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Golf News. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 April 1906

Golf News. Thora fffiis-a large gathering on the Moan Vftla <}olf Linka on Saturday afternoon, when several •competitions were doaidod. In tho driving contest the rc8u\tB wero—A.'tf. Miller '2551 yds., li. B. Hill 205 yds., \V. Stevenson 195 yds., I). H. Cowpor 18G yda., H. Z. IlixRon 185 yds., and Dr. Stevonoon 178 yda. In the approncbinR and putting compoli tion the following player* lod : H. L. Ilizson 1, YY. Stevenson 2, Dr. Stevenaon

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 April 1906

GEO. E. VINCENT, A. MUS. T.C.L. PROFESSOR OF MUSIC, BOWBAL AND MITTAUONG. PIANOFORTE, HARMONY, COMPOSITION, Etc. TEBMS OS APPLICATION. E. H. BADGERRY AUCTIONEER, ' Stock, Land, Estate, House, And General Commission Agent,. ;• MOSS VALE. Salen conducted in any part of the District. , . . Large Iiooin provided for Furniture, Account Sales day after Fate or sooner if required, '/Valuations umao on modt liberal terma. • AUCTIONEER,' 7 STOCK, STATION, AND - - COMMISSION-AGENT; MOSS VALE.. Largo and small properties for private sale, Areas from GO acres to 19,000 acrea. Anotion Sales held in all parts of tho Beirimn District when required. LAST PAYS LAST PAYS for a chance to wiu for s/- ^iooo. A Fortune for l/. A Forturio for I/. £1000 for \j. f FIRST ) £1000 for 1/. GREAT £1000 for 1/. ( PRIZE J -£1000 for 1/. Or 12 irion* hy'Trip Humid 1 lie World, first'chins, all Espoused pai.l, and jCGOO in Gash foroue poraon, or e^gbt months for tw 1. And !23 other Important Prizo«, ranging fa va'ue...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 April 1906

theYvHakk you iWKTyrcoon. Tho pWrnnt purgative eii'oit uxporioncod by nil winu o ChainbiuiainV Btmiajb and .Tjirur Tabfotp, and tho ho<lihy condition "i tho boJy and (Hind whioh they croato, makes oiia ftol joyful. . For biila by D, Morgan, OhomUt. '• 1 Cartridge ot all kind* at HI!! Brw.

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Auctioneers' Reports. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 April 1906

Auctioneers' Reports. Messrs. J. Goodfellow and Co. report having Bold at their stools sale at Bowral ou Wednesday: Oalved oowa to £G os, springers (forward) £5 17b 6d to .EG 5a, (backward) £5 to £'7 ; heifers, 18 mouths to 2 yours, low condition, £2 11a to £8 7a ; heifers, 4 to 6 months, 81s to £2 6s ; two heifers, Omonths old, bred by Messrs. J. and E. Griffiths,' of Glenquarry, made 70s—a reoord for the yards at t :e age; store bullocks, £4 Gs ; poddy Hteurs, small, 15s to '22s; store cows, old, 27s, young to £8 2j. They have also sold privotely Mr. 0. Smith's Eheep farm at Bullio to Mr. J. A. Gaolton, of Bunagor ang, at a very satisfactory price. Messrs. Knox and Smith report having held a very successful sale on Wednesday at their usual fortnightly salo at the Bowral yards. 145 head were yarded. Some of the lines wero of exceptional quality, especi ally among the dairy heifers. Springers fetched fair prices. In young stock prices wero not so good as at previous sale. In vouug s...

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The Wollondilly Press (LATE "BOWRAL FREE PRESS"). 25.4.06. Hospital Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 April 1906

£be Mffllmibidij ttes (Late "Bowral^Frei? Press"). ^V, ... 25.4.06. Hospital Saturday. Hospital Saturday, it Feerns, has eomo to stay , with us. As long as the hospital bestowa Its beno- ! -fit* on the humanrace, alleviates suffering, and as- I sists those who need special oare and attention from : pbysioinna.eurgepoB, oud names, wo . shall require j Hospital'Saturday. Wo havo in out midst a noble j -.institution,- governod by a most energetic cqmrnittee, I and its medical oflioera ate equal to nny in the state. | One ca*o we may rotor to, in whieb a patient was i operated upon with great success and beneficial ro suits, after years of suffering, tho capo bordering al- i moht on the miraculous. Tho doctor stated that | the accomplishment was not only a wonder to Bow- | ral, or the but- to \ho world, there not being a j parallel caso oh record. So rouoh for our doctors 1 and our. nurses... • . j The hon. scoretory of tho flospiial Saturday | movement, Mr. W.'Stokes, informs na that o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 April 1906

TENDERS. •JPENDERS are invited and will bo received up to tbo 80th April, for Repairs, Painting, and Improve ments to the Commercial Hotel, Bowral. Specifica tions may bo inspected ou.'the premises. JAMES GRAINGER. ROBERTSON L & H. SOCIETY. 2^r0MINATI0NS FOR EXECUTIVE COM MIT'i'EE fnr year 1906-7 will bo received in writing up to SATURDAY NEXT, 28th April, by • K. ii. FERGUSON,. Hon. Sec. Centennial Hall, Moss Vale May Bay (TUESDAY, 1st May) COMBINEDCONCERT BY THE . Moss Yale Musical Society And Moss Vale Town Band, Proceeds in aid o{ both Institutions. TICKETS . 2/- AND 1/-. DOORS OPEN 7.30. COMMERCE AT 8. J. Maimieht, Hou. Sec. Mils. Society ■ _T. F. Nicbolls, Hob. See. Town Band. Joint Hon. Sees MUNICIPAL SALEYARDS, MOSS YALE, APRIL 37, AT 1.30 P.M. SHARP. ' - 200 HEAD 200 J. II. EEALE -^TILIi soil by auction as above, when ho wil] oiler the following, viz.:— zoo Mead Mixed Cattle. WONDERFUL ASTONISHING. e2£?IE a Bfcring round jour finger, make a noto in your pocket-book,...

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The Slums of Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 April 1906

The Slums of Sydney. The Res. U. B. 3. Hammond onnio to Mosb Vale (or Sunday, and, in Bpito of wet weather, preached lo Rood cunnit^iUion?, and awakened considerable interest in tlit' Mission Zone I'tmJ, which has for its purpose the providing an agency that will reach tlio great number of non-oburchgoora in that arott of Sydney that contains tho largest number o! people, thi! fewest Churches, and tliu greatest number of I'ublie Houses.—In 15 parishes lUavo is a population of about 185,000 people. On Monday evening the Centennial Hall waa packedwitli an interested audience, who listened to the story of the people of tho Slums and tlio vvork bi'ini! Hnnn lo help tliera, Tho fund (said the speak er) eu porta IT woikera, who conduct some CO meet ings n.iveck, including eight services at factories in the limclv honi\ about Uftcon open air meeting*, meetings for.men, for women and for pirla. boys' clubs,'etc.. while tboyvpay about.JOOO visits a month lo the homes of the poorest. The stoi...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 April 1906

IN MEMORIASI. GEOBGE.—In loving memory of ray dear Husband, and our dear father, W. E. George, who departed this iito, April 21th, 1901, at Station-street, Bow ral. Inserted, by his loving Wife and. Family. ■ 'f At Best." . ■

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The Late Drowning Fatality. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 April 1906

The Late Drowning' Fatality. , Iu connection with iho roccnt drowning fatality ■at li'owial a fuhs(!ii|,tioi) list won started in older that ilw public could express prautical sympathy with Mr. iiiul Mia. W. Amett in ,ilieir loss. The Ii'hi lins now lii.'un elowil, tlin lotul num collected iimouuiiiiK to £13 U Gd. Tile greater portion pi lliin nnioiiiu in iuiuIo up of smull snina, up dining Ktmled by the fuel that lliero \vure in all .lT^'sub viirilitrv. Mr Gavin (luoi^o has forwarded''.the above Bum m Mr, ,Ai libit. It .might,• ho:niuntioiiod that.he. witli.Messrs. Furrow and Souttoi, were lliu prime moveiH in tlio matter. The : H.iwial Golf Club; Mr. J. II. Hill, and .Mphsis. Hill Dm*. nrnjli nonliihiitu'i i.'I If, aiid Mr. \Y. McColm ii 1. Tliu various lists were as follows:—Hunk lii-t, £;!; Mr. S\, lt. t'aiipw'n lift, Jjli 3« Oil; Mr. It. youtter'a liH, Ji'J I ts Oil; Mr. W. A. Suvt-Il's list, 7s OJ ; total Jt; 10 1< 0,1..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 April 1906

T£*OR SALE, Tray Buggy (Angus),', to carry four. In first-class order. Cheap. — T. BROWNLONY, Federal Hnrnose Depot, Mosa Vale. gOO ACBES FREEHOLD, 4 miles railway, small house, wellfcnced, watered ; £1 10s per acre ; £100 down ; easy terms. Apply—G. F. LYNCH, Moss Vale. n*p*.. 0. MORRIS <fc CO. will sell by auction, at 10 [i.in. this day (WEDNESDAY), in ■ paddock at corner ot Dowra'-streot, a good JIILKING COW. Under distraint for rent. - .jfc'OR SALE, nine Dew sulkies, three second-hand sulkies,spring van; village carts, and various other vehicles, to be sold cheap to olear—T. BBOWSLOW Federal Coachbuilder, Moss Vale. O-LENWOOD, FARM, 220 acres freehold, 300 young fruit trees, 4,000-strawberry plants, 9 room rosiderice, plenty water, J milo from railway and public school; price £400. - Apply—G. F. LYNCH, Moss Vale.. 3SOWRAL STOCK SALE.-100 Head. 100, WEDNESDAY, May 2nd, at 1.30 p.m. sharp, at Grainner'8 New Yards, Howral. J. GOODFELLOSV and CO. will sell by auction at G...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 April 1906

. KHKUMvTi'raijFPEflKKS. , •/-.Many n'nlf^«m (torn rlieumalUin Invo lio 11 *ur •lrltcd ai (I ili'liu'liic,] Ht llio prompt loli f cilituiiioil by .iipplyiutr Ch imburliun's I'nln Hulin. In advis ing you In n.o Ohniiibnrlnl 'n Po'i i Bn m for ,Rbeu laaiUii', wo kon* il nil I pivo you pmf»ut fatisfuc MotV»u 'lif ui>t tipplmtuin will relieve tlio puiu, .till u* ■ontinued u»a ( r 11 slmtt time will eff el n ctons. If or sjlo bj 1). ilofjfSu, Chemist."

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Billiard Tournament. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 April 1906

Billiard Tournament. Tbo final in the billiard tournament at tho Mitta gong'Sohool of Arts was docidod on Saturday night, wbon 3. liudland (fier.) boat (}. ITorton (ser.) 100-60. Maoh interest was taken in the contest, and thero was a big crowd present. ' Mr. ltudland fleouros fclia firs! prize (a trophy presented by Mr. A. W. Tooth), .and Mr. G. Horlon tho.sooond pjiza of 10/. Tho following gamoa have boon played in tho bil liard tournament in progress at tho Aloes Valo School of Arts P. C. Stevenson beat E Aland 200 106. It. H. Jotvis beat P. S. Milcholl 200-175. J, Parker beat A. G. Miller 200-195. J. Tjyr'no beat Fitz Hill 200-195. P, C. Stevenson boat R. H. Jervia 200-185. J, Byroe beat J. Parker 200-184. y. A. P. McCarthy beat H. llichardaou 200-193.

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 April 1906

Local ami General. Mr. .1. H. Deale, stoek agent and auctioneer of Mush Vale, Hdvertiss3 the sale of 200 bond mixed ■■Rttle tit the municipal yard?, Mok3 Yale, on Friday. J. Goodfollow & Co. will sell 100 head mixed «tinnk nt Gruinger'a yard*, Bowral, on Wednesday, May 2nd. Nominations for executive committee of Robertson A.BYandl. S i.'i-tv for \\\v unxmng year will be recehed dp tfl Saturday next. Seeadvt. Hill Brop., Howral, for boots. .The loWest of two tenders received by the Public .Works Department fpr the erection of a bridge over Mittagong Creek, road Bowralto Bcrriraa, is that of • Mr. F. 0. Webb, £183 12a. The department have accepted the tender of Mr. F. C. Webb, £251) 18a for thfc construction of a timber beam bridge over Sandy Creek, on the roact Mittagong to Woraboyan Caves, , Mr.. ff.. Knight, organiRt and choirmaster of St, JudeV Chiuoh, Bowrnl, lias resigned his position in tho nhurph, and hiH resignation has been accepted, his dutiea terminating ou Sunday ...

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Concert at Bundanoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 April 1906

Concert at Bundanoon. A concert was held in tlie Methodist School Hall, Bundanoon, on Saturday cvouiug last., in nid .of the new organ fund of the Methodist Church, There was a fair attendance, tihil a good programme was sub "xnrted. -Tlie Rev. J. W. Holdon presided. FnlJo\viii(? were ihn items Piiuio ov«rtnie, Miss Tyler4• pong/'>,S'tceH«ig Home," Mr. Wheeler ; reoit-ation, " The moral sermon, " •••Mr. ,AivHoln>e8.-;.'-aong; " Ma Bfibbie Miss Buclilnnd^oomid Bong, •' One of the family," ^•Mr.,-W.Jplliott (encored); duet, «Gipsy. :'o6uiitess,>,'.Mi8s ;-Neal nud Mr. Whealer ; • ?«ong,-••'Queen of the earth, " Mr.Fordbam; recitation, " Tha ■ signalman of Traveaii, " Mrs.Phipps ; piano boIo, Miss Tyler ; recit ation, Rufcey played," Mr. Holmes ■•{enoored)'; song, "The Pilot," Mr. Bruuker ; •duft, "David and Goliath," Messrs. Whepler and Shonlts; recitation, " Tiie usual way, " Mrs. J. Grice; soDg, " The sleeping camp, " Mr. E. H. Slionlts; song, " Close your dreamy eyes*," Mis...

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Appendicitis. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 April 1906

Appendicitis. Dr. Joseph Kidd lius a Bliort articlo in tha "Nineteenth C'onttiry" on the causa and prevention of appendicitis. The fashionuble .nilmsnfc—bow likely to be confirmed ixi its popularity—wag very. infrequent twenty - years ago. There used to be many casoB of fieriionilis, but these mostly gave way boforo the usual hot fomentation, castor oil, arid barley writer treatinont. Chill is very often, we are.'lolfl, the immediate cause oftbo cpm -pluint.'. Young people gel their feat -wet playing grimes on the grasy and' tiiko no cure of their heullh when they are tired: or* overheated. Intestinal troubles ara liable; to follow either from neglect or from mis-: management, and in such cases the risk of appendicitis is great. Then, hurried eating, and imperfect mastication are rery potent cause3 of appendicitis. Bir Fredrick Treves once declared that "rnnuy ail operation for fippendiciiis had been prevented by a" new aet of teeth." Fifty years ago," sayis Dr." Kidd, "England waa ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 April 1906

■MRS. JE. HAYES, (Late B. NaVeau), irusterer &o0mfeoti0ner ARGYLE STREET, m~oss "vale. (Opposito Post Office). <GMy Choice Fruit and Confectionery' stocked. 1 Agent for Silvester's Small Goods, Fresh Vegetables always on hand. vmiss Wright, - . ' LAUNDRESS. tSS" Children's Clothes a Speciality, Addrcso :. Woodbine St.; Bowral. lloV-vs eitcSs iBYDNKS AGENTS FOR THIS PAPER. FILP COPIES OF WHICH MAY BE SEEN AT ■THEIll K001IS, 123 PITT-ST.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 April 1906

MAKE YOURSELVES SNUG FOR THE WINTER BY GETTING YOUR Blaiiketsy. Flannels ■^.'JacketSjv'Winfcev-^iJiHierwear Now Dress Goods Men's,x Boys' and Youths' Clothing Boots and Shoes [KtTiBManBD 1872.] J. G. MOBIilS & CO., AUCTIONKKUa AND V.W.UATORS, • ... MOUSK, LAND, AND JJSTATli AGENTS. Agents for Ausiralinn Muiuul tfiie Insurance Co* ,, VictnriVI,'i»,e Jiwnrnncfl Co. r Colonial Mtmml Life As$iura«cc,Soo.iU{jr. ,, f- ' Minto »Suul Pig nnd {'otiltv.y Farm. ,, GvitlUh and AIIpm, Putont AUorni^a. GoocIk tpceiveil at our l.tooma for Private or A net it'ii Stile. . An ttttiacli»e list o( Freehold 1'roperiies for Sale. ARCHITECT, •' Wkuuinoto^" BUiUlAPOO. Dr. II. Crawford, SURGEON DENTIST, ' TOWN HALT, BOWJiAL. Nilrims Oxiila (Jim A(limni»tcioilv . Otlicu Homn, U n.m. to S.p.m. ■ Eftflrs. ljigokibij, (QUEKN'S COLLKOK, LONDON) gPuiiil ot I>r. K. 0. Moxr (lute Organist York l' Cutlicdriil, li»|jliin<l) Teacher of Pianoforte, Singing, Etc. BOWRAL . ' yonmuly Mup»o (joverncHH...

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