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

, : The 6fdina^y-'{buubfiHiii^Hjine may soothe* Mio ; Ahroat,;t>ut(<v^'iiiiaMii!);pow«r tohcal; ieoovery in not .^pmpletp^'^'i^^'Mpiic) nttufck i* more li»iblo t<i* for.-1 foiv; .;GJiJam1»«!VL jitiVGnuicli Kome/ly in quif'fl «U(lel ^ent, Veo»nj^if..iH>t:ohly solnhcM," liut' nlfio ' Iio .Ifl.' tfo thq nfy$oJ ii>!6 ra^tiirotl.to n licit)lhy<">'' 'dltion, ad^'iKeitliinRcr, 'u.fut ure attack ifl ruhjwrcd. : Fop'bhIo by J). tfurgun, Gh«}mi»t.. Hill ■ 6nos;, r ljowral—the leaders in , fashion.'V'- Tlieir 'stock, of drapery, etc., ^ceepi'paG^,^ seasons." - Streak 11. I Tinctorial power js the highest obtainable —which makes Rum ford's Bag Blue the Best Lanndry Blue in the World for fine work. To the experts who pride themselves on the Whiteness of their Linen we ra csmmend Runiford's Bag Blue. . GLlcEORO LOVE & OOMFV'.,;Agailts, 77 CLARENCE STREET, SYDNEY. — wrm 81 IZili ss BOWKAL, NOW OPENING' . 1 •> - ' NEW . - ' WINTER GOODS 'Best ...

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The Exodus to the North. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 April 1906

■'■r; 1 — flie Exothis to the North. We learn that a number of farmers and I settlers are leaving our productive district, or are contemplating a move at an early date, for fresh fields and pastures new in the northern rivers district, and Queens . land. Such an unsettled state of affairs in a district so well adapted to the. agri; cultural industry is alarming," to say the least of it, and there must surely be a reason for it all. In order to if possible arrive at the cause of the exodus which is at present in' progress, we got- into - con versation .with an old.settler on the sub ject. ■ '•> . "J lave you. any explanation to oner? we asked, after having outliued the situa tion to him. "Yes," replied our friend, who at once displayed a lively interest.in the subject. "In the first place' I might say that the last season has been a very prosperous one all through Robertson, Kaugaloon, Wilde's Meadow, &c., but still the stories that come from the distant fields are most te...

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

JOHN B EAVAN OPPOSITE HIM. HllOS»t UOWjJ/tf,, NEWSAGENT,' TOBACCONIST, &*C„ «fcc» ju s HA>ftDKE8?ING . S.Vi«0<9.^

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Obituary. MRS. H. WHITE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 April 1906

Obituary. MRS. H. WHITE. It is with extreme regret that we record in this issue the death of Mrs. White, the young wife of Mr. H. White, night officer in the railway department, which took place at Mittagong at 3 o'clock on Sunday morning. The deceased, with her husband, were well-known, and were esteemed and beloved throughout the district, therefore a large circle of friends mourn with the sorrowing husband and relatives in their sad bereavement. The late Mrs. White had been ill since the 23rd March, from which date she never seemed to recover. Her husband, who was passionately fond of her, watched the progress of her illness with growing concern, and more so as the condition of the patient gradually began to sink. At last Dr. Middleton, who had faithtully attended Mrs. White, from the first, was obliged to convey the sad in telligence that there was no hope of saving the bright, young life. The grief-stricken husband, who was not without hope even at this juncture, wired for Dr. ...

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

The Pride of Place amongst Storekeepers' of the highest grade is unquestionably held by TAYLOR. BROS. TAYLOR BROS. The reason is simplicity itself. It is because of our determination to insist on QUALITY being the first consideratiqn in our business) .. and also on keeping PRICES right. No Order too I<arge^ None too Small. TAYLOR BROS. ™fMNC STOKE, moss VALE.

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Bowral Race Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 April 1906

Bowral Race- Club. The annual mooting of tne abovo ttqs held at th? Royal Hotel, Bowral, ou Saturday evening last, Mr. T. M. Fox presiding. There was a fair attendance. The report and balance-abcet were read and adopted' on the motion of \j» Kara. M. Jonos and J. J. Wood. The report showed that cinco tho inception of tha club «ix race meetings have been held, tho prize money distributed aggregating £2;8 15a. Satisfac tion whs expressed that evory mooting had yielded or small profit, there being no reverses. Mr'. T. H* Koigwiu was thanked for his presentation of a beautiful gold cup for competition, and regret was expressed thut owing to his departuro for England he had been obliged to resign as president of tho club. The racecourse hnd been iwprovod by tho ex penditure of nearly i!-X0, and wua now in eplendicl' condition. The membership of the club attheprea« ent timo waB 42, which, in view of tho low motnber*. ship f«;e, and tho number of race meetings, wascon sWerod altogether too...

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

Yammga. (From oar Correspondent); Tltofiotirisi .season is now almost. over. The at tendance at.ihu Fitaroy Falls was a record ono. Tba _ five hoarding-houses weto taxed to their utmost-' ca and all visitors delighted with the drive; from Moss Vale. Manning's Lookout, was well patronised. Many of the visitors decided;io reiaru. by wayot tho valloy, which is now becoming- voryr popular. It was pitiful to notice the break-dcw-aioft tourists on foot, many of thom having to trayeivbara-. - footed before the S-jnilo post was readied, all suffer^ iog from that now disease known as " tram-itufla.'" Twciwy years-back tourists from Sydney and metro politan districts could walk to Kangaroo Valley and enjoy the trip.. Looking at it from a xnilitiry point of view it is serious to think that ablo young mon,., trained for defence purposes, would bo Qnablo to. walk six or eight mitos, and ba\'oto be removod in" an ambulance waggon. Tho inside of tho little Church of England waa: renovated before E...

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Berrima Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 April 1906

Borrima Tennis Clul). Tho Berritna Lawn Tcnriia Club's now oourta on Rcrrtiua Park were formally opened by tho Hon, W. McCourl on Saturday afternoon last. A largo uum* bur of tennis outhuairtBfs from ail parts of tho dia triot had a^emblod to witne33 tho oponinR. The Rev. II. M. Mullena, on behalf of tho alub, extended a welcome tp Mr. MoCourc, who, after a happy speech, hit a ball into the enclosure, aud declared tho courts opbn. 1*1 ay was afterwards indulged in, tho opening set boing played by representatives from Mosa Vale, Sutton Forest, Mittugonfs', aud Berrima. Bowtal and ISseter playern aUo participated - in the KliL'raoon'a aporl, the plonauro of which ^vns height ened hy the advent of dainty afternoon tea,: supplied by tho liidy'iiiKinbcrfl of tho club. A Utile speech* milking was also indulged in by.Messrd, E. E. Row and Cf. l?\ Allinan,. who congratulated the newly* ,formed ulub &nit« successful opening, and wished it ovary future/Hucmbs. Tho Rev. FJ. M. Millions...

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Slid Case of Drowning. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 April 1906

Slid Case of Drowning. Newo.hna boon received that Mr. Hugh Owen, brother of Mr. John Owen, of Mittagong, hag bocn drowned in. tho Brisbane Birer. Hq was Qsbing in tho Ilivor on Wednesday last, arid on I'riday.night bid body was found floating in the river by tho Water Policc. Tho snme day tho boat was found with tho fishing linen still in the water, and deceased miaaing.. The moBt heartfelt wympathy will, wo aro sure, be extended to Mr. Owen, who has of lutn had to paa» through one boroavemeot-^aftor another—, first his wife, thoa his daughter, and now bid'brother being taken Iroiu him. . . (

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Our Contributor. WEALTH FROM THE MINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 April 1906

Our Coiitributoi'. WEALTH- FROM THE MINES. remarkable featurebf;tbe present pros-' perity of the, State-is Hint!industries of tlia• similar nature and governed by.''independent factors have joined in (lie swelling of I be total. Tin.- j;ootl rainfall o'f .tlie-.pas', few years is responsible for-an increase in ill avenues of productiveness in' the v< yo.' iblc. world, but tbe sumo 'reason ennnot be ur^ed : in explanation of.Ill in excellent figures -for warded from our mining centres. As bag already been shown the increase in ngricii! turnl iind pastoral weulih is not e uojly a matter of accident, improved methods and vgrcalcr knowledge have helped to win the 'beftoi'' rbBuliB." Bo in the 'mining world greater eneigy and.enterpriss have breasted the adverse conditions and emerged victori oils. IJiit, us with the other elements of our prosferil j'j in mineral-1ntnl it must lie re mem bored" that the fori 11 hate "accident of high prices, has enabled ...us to make tile mo-t...

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Moss Vale Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 April 1906

Moss Vale Municipal Council. The usual meeting of the above couucil was held on Monday night. Present : Dr. Leigh ton-.Ionos (Mayor), Aid. Mowle, Carter, Bealo, Taylor, Mirow, Hawkins and Stevenson; G'oriespondence. From (he Chief Secretary's office, stating that the Governor, with the advice of ths Exeoutlvo | C9uneil,"had been pleased, in accordance with | the Municipalities' Act, to authorise tho Moss | Valo council to expend a sum not exceeding £30 per annum from thq corporato funds in tho ^maintenance mid upkeep nf Leighton Garden, Moss Valo. From A. M, Swan, enclosing cheque for £1 lGs 8d, as his portion of the cost of asphalting the footpath in front of Edinburgh House, and risking that the work bo proceeded with at an early date.—Ueceived, and referrod to the works committeo with powor to act, From the Works Department, thank ing the council for the offer of the use of a room for the first meeting of the shire cqunc\l. From Danlcs and Son, re the purchase of the iron tubing....

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

THE COMMERCIAL BANKING 'COMPANY of SYDNEY, Ltd. " [hh'l'AHMMJKU ISiJi.J CVipUal jmul up v ; .. £ 1,00.),000 i;ow rvc Fund . 1,191.000 •••■ Jtwtrvo Cupiul . .. .. -I,uu0,000 . ; £$,190,000 *. rorw. ; • G; J. Cohen: Ohjurmun,. Hon. I.. h/kuiorj M.Ij.G., Uuputy Chairman. i IO • I« I {(.'III v .H r-, iton. ]{icn, ril Jon.'H.-M.L.O. • Jloii. F. T. Mu.npn.-ry,L C. . ..AijuiTons. ; " > A. !J. K.Maxwo I. Lvhi.. W, L. Dockcr, l£s<i. HKAD OFFICIO, 015011GK-.ST, SYDNKY. TVA. pii.bs, ttancrul Munnger. . ^ 'J'iiliN.iVubiri, Asfiii-tunt Muiiutfer and Cliiuf Inspector. A..). SMutar, Account iit. W'.C.LJ.Tiley, II, X. .^osa o, W.U.Pinliey, Irisjieutura.. 'JNTtillKST liATrtK ON FiXKD DEPOSITS. . ... 2 ptT,c^ul. fur 0 month. . . V. v J) pDrciiiu. for 12 munihr>. 84 per cent, [ck 2 year*. :.liONDOK"OFPICR; hi fUHCIUK-LANK, E.G.. 3>Ji'LcJord— F. 11. jMnpii, /.«!•; llenn \V. i-dvy, ll'jti. 11. S. Jiitlloion. MdnilRCr—1<\ A. tfUMVimcr. > •, Unuiches thionjjhont ihn Slate...

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

BABY COUGH MUST.-N.J'.VER LINGER. . Nuthin&r in inure dMrn-xin^ than t» hpo h hcl;>j .*s littlo (utmt .HulTering \vilh-n o iu.;h, uud to bo fear ful "f n»iuV ,k jomDtljr wliloli tuny .conuin Home h irmful ingredient. The muUorA.pf ClitmlvjrlainVs ppMj*h lfrra-dy.po«itivoly gUMrah{ea:VtliH% his pio paritiiou not ooutuin ouiutaiti'iiiy form, or nnp othur hnrntful ttuUst-nnmt. Mutiiorrrfiiiiy. ofinHdoutty give Him mmmly to It gWoft prompt Pfht-f, Ntui ih porta ' It- ulwayfl •flurt/M, ami euro-^uiuKly, Ifur by 1). Morgan, ChifaiiU.,

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

I^sas... ..i„.ti. v. . . SS:Z&5sSl* . // (I A iStmrui^sxi S2ia4 is medicinal ifi its adlion aria is & ciiredt health - prcriioter S3 worthy of.; all meir'o drmlvh\?>f j.v 54 is bracing', and has cura'4?.ye effect in J?? Kidn'ey, Bowel, and Urinary Affections. M.

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

It's an easy job for the bavbor to; part tho lrnir on a lion'1 liko tliia. i . It's just as oasy to picvcut baldness if you only do the l ight tiling. I Baldness is almost always a sura! sign o£ negloct; it is tlio story of nog loctod dandru If. j Dandruff is uutidy, unnecessary, and, unlioalthy. . $4i(e/s 1 &/4/ o "'f ^ o stair Vigor ....... euros dandruff and pvovonts baldnossi You savo your liair and you are spared' the auuoyanco of untidy clothing. | It also stops falling of tho hair, and] ,: mnlcoa tho hair grow thick anil long. ■ Do not ho docoived hy clioap imita-' tions which will only disappoint you. Bo suro you got AYKR'S Hair Vigor.' Prei>arcdbyDr.J.C.Ayer&£o.,L<meU,Ma9S.tU.B.A.} .Illg s i Violms ■p, . We hcM | very large | | s locks ofjj I Vlolisis at | Cheapest jj r^ies, a The' I S^uden'is* | Model, . j iio» Goin-pletoi ■ - II - „■ Soric. Tor our iJ2u.s« ■ . trrvtod Ctital^.iuc, Strings •>for Every :.2-Zu.vi<;.»l -■ • InsltHim...

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

" -A • * \ ..Oi>6 A Vv'OiVI Ais LOOK OLD i?CONi=R i iiAN A SI AN? tVhvdoesa woman's health so often bre.jli r-ioWi:' :»l an etrly aye.- ' rut a u an :t a : i a.ritnjv tiih, let .tnm jjet lic.itcd with ih.r bar . fMAvS'UUlH CV-try ;\>rc I* oocuV, ax IXuvK U:!U ; • ,^aiu1 over -ike. ni;h\r3ler»nV lh«t c^mcs from ' K\dd:ng and-bo;ii:»g clothes, a.dhiihealth rcrt intvi -ipuld bceak down before1 lo»i';;, ahtl ' yfit thV tisrriWfr ordeal \-S u.ructly what; n . woman Has'to, «o through on washing day.s-; \ and. besides, while overlie,Ucd at .the hot work she haa to ri:U"'«!<T liie by gohig"'ouV :n.-:h • open air to V.aug up c\o:'jv.!:>. .Tnesc fact;.. which. ;ii'K known to every housekeeper." ; readily explain why so many Women look ol<t - '.vhii.syut'youni; tu years.. and physicians ar.?v 1 h».aids ot. health. oinriol draw attention too . ijteou^ly tQ/t .•o. uij'urious eifects^of t^e- usual \vay Vjfwashing; vvith its neeossury steam and scalding or b.-jiling...

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The World of Dress. AUTUMN FASHION. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 25 April 1906

The WoMd of' Dress, '' (By A.jieiiosise.) AUri;MX FASHION. Every yoi'.rrnnmvps from the'.world of tlrcsi . some fitu>;lint* fitshivn bq;>x'JI. known it 'sroiusf.'as}-iE;ti formed ptt'rt 'of otfr:ieIv«i ;. In the 'course of tiiuo it nevertheless vanishes and another rep aces'-lt, whwb, \Unlc.cxcn.in;; our curiosity, hclpa us.to .forgot its predcceK aor. v.. I'..-...-- : . Among the most charming of the nev/ autumn (tress materials-tins-bo^, ladofmitu tartan tweeds Ynust be reckoned, but lm«y arc . really not seen at thoir best until m\u»p up. New ettibroi(|orcd-co^hnieres;-are'fi!«q well-', to the foro. Wine 'color, is prwiiuiciKiy shown.' is impossible to aiitxta o.nt a.. color:• us- being thoi.l'.est, this acrisop, iir.it' *s; more, perhaps, in the color, schemes'thut I notice the sxcellenee of the. fashions uC the. hour.; -v" .'■; . There can b« few members of tho fair sl»x who arc not just no>v" coi^Ujniplft^:ig.''h,u' addition to"thoir \yardrobo in thavghiipo .of one or...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 28 April 1906

RHEUMATIC) SUFFEREBS. SIbiijt Buffiirers from rheumatism Iiavo l:o~n nar-' priet'd ami delighted at tho prompt reli if obtained by applying Chamberlain's I'nin Balm. In advis ing you to ufio Oknmhcrlain's Pnin Bairn for Rheu matism, wo know H will giro you porfeot fatiofno tioii, at tliB first application will roliovo the pain, nitd its rontimud nso for u short timo will off ot a euro. For salo by D. Morgan, Choinisf.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 28 April 1906

Almost immediately after taking Ayer's Sarsaparilla you begin to feel its cleansing, strengthening, and purifying power. You fool tliafc your dopression Is passiug away; your brain clear3 up; tilings look brighter; sleep is refresh ing; tlie nerves act bettor; and now llfoand vigor bogin to take possession of your vrholo systom. Your diges tion improvos; you got moro benefit from your food; your appetite returns. Tour friends begin to notieo a marked, change in your genoral nppearauco. Tho old color comes bitok to the llp3; the eye:! look blighter; tho step be. oomos moro olastic; and ovory dose of promotes the rotum of good hoalth. Those who suffer from the dobill tating ofTects of a warm climate will ilad in Ayor's Sarsaparilla just what thoy need to bring buck tho old force, vim, and onorgy. There are many imitation Sarsaparillas. Se sura you get "AVER'S." Pfeyareii by Or J, C.Ayer&Co,, U.S. A, AVER'S PXLL3, tU« boit fimlly Itzati?*.

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Chrysanthemum Show [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 28 April 1906

Chrysanthemum 'Show ! The Mos* Va!e Flail was transformed into a vent j able fairy bower oq[Wednesday, on the occasion rf | the third annual cHrysuuthemm'n siiqw in iiid of lIigl i local Presbyterian Church. The Indie.* of tho Work Ling Sopiety had entered up'ou their*task with u will, find the result was a mosj| snccodsful one in every woy?-' The"'fine collection of blooms was the first oh j ject to atirsc.5 potice on entering the large b^II. These demonstrated what really could be done in tho : way.^f horticulture, donpito ft not too favor&Hln seas* oh;,ftnd the exhibitors certainly vied tyiifc each 1 other in the excellence of the blooms, the judges in many cases having o*1ifBeult task in ^deciding upon the prize-winners.^'The' collection of chrysantbe*' mums was indeed a treat to' behold. * Perhaps the most no'tablo exhibitors in the floral section, apart from the chrysanthemum^ were tlio table decora* tions, which induced oevpn Qompetitor9;, and oallod forth considerabl...

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