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

$mongst Storekeepers of the highest orade is unquestionably held by The reason is simplicity itself., . ^t is because of our determination to insist on QUALITY being the §rst consideration in out business, •and also on ^«epkig PRICES Order- too ILargey I^oaie i?M> Small. THIS tsiaiKO ST OK Si,

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

feabtfc •!«» only ,tj-»o Bout Maitos, Italian 2* American. The prices of tKffie popular instniKioais arc jur.l vis'lit. Free Catalos'uos •>? aszzzzzzcszzxbg:: r uj -.v. ji ne | est Pis&no jwe stocli I is tile Bel«» | lizng— *j It's worth. | more than | we asll lor 1 it, huat we jl 'h u y well '* H can sell ;|| cheaply. n Xrtonsai\d3 iri uso, H oach ono fully £««■ M riiritood to stas^cl oil Ki climciles. t Piano. Cc.taloe«.«s H Post Freo. *' M S2CV.i2!E:C>.Ti'7KC3^C;T?»"27S3 Paling"©, I | Falling's <0 333 Goorjjc St. 71 Syc>noy &BXS2V3E2S2 p 333 Gcorgo St. | 61 , SycSraoy fc-SSfSSS Lentil A'' MR. KliD, DAVIS, L'OWUAL.

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Mittagong Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 28 April 1906

Mittagong Council.. . The ftsual fortnightly meeting of tho nbovs was hold in. the Council Chambers on Wtfrfneftday even ing last. Present—r-Ald, YVestbury (Mnyor); Wallia, Moaefl, Laightoo, Memtlel.l, and Campbell.1 * * COllUKJPONnRKOK. Prow Mr, A. W, Tooth, elating thai hp was arranging to have the electric curront from the malt inga far liulhing his home, and its the cable will ha brought along the railway as fir the railway bridge, he wished to know if tho Council had any objection to his creating poles along Fit7.roy-3treGt io . carry the cablo from' the bridge to.his home.-f-PormHtfion granted, but undor the supervision of tho Work* Commiiteo, oa the motion of AH. Leighion and Moses. . • Froth J. H, Walker, making application for per miapian-io bury nightsoil, at Oakland*. -Aid. Marri. field moved that tho- Council Clerk write to Mr Walker, acquainting him .thai tho Council will not grant permission, he b'ehig within the proscribed area. Seconded by Aid. Campbell; and oarriol....

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

WHY DOES A Woman's health so often break down at an early ageP Put a man at a washing tub, let him get heated with the hot suds until every pore is opened, then let him stand over, the filthy steam that comes from scalding and boiling clothes, and his health certainly, would break down before long, and yet this terribla ordeal is exactly what haa to go through on washing day#; ana besides, while overheated at the hot work she has to risk her life by going out in the open air to hang up clothes. These facts, which are known to every housekeeper, readily ex plain why so many women while yet young in years, and physicians and boards of health cannot draw attention too atrongly to the injurious effects of the usual way of washing, with its necessary steam and scalding or boiling to get the clothes pure and sweet. Fortunately this trouble can b© avoided; scalding, boiling, and steam done nway with, clothes made iweut and beauti* fully white, and much by the old way, by using the Sunlight...

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Easter Vestry Meetings. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 28 April 1906

Easter Yostry Meetings. Tho Rector (Rev. E. Hargrave) presided over the Easter oicoting in oounecfcion with S.S. Siiuon anil Jude'a Church- which was held in the school-hall on Tuesday eveuinK. Thorn was a largo attendance of parishioners. The balance-sheet, (or the year ending Slat Hard), was read and adopted. The election of churchwardens an I other officials re* suited as follows:—Churchwardens, Messrs. F. Pain rtnd H. M. Oiley ; rcc tor's warder^ Mr. W. Thorn bury : auditor, Mr. W. 12. Can.jJoyd; parochial nominators, Messrs. R. B. Jones, Dr. Throsby, Q. M. Cijloy; W. Thornbury, and F. B. Kyngdon; sidesmen, Messrs. P. Ji.-Kyngdon, W. Monk, VV. Wallace, T. Ohapman, H. Jones, IC. Garside, A. ' OhapmftD/S.^ Biley, EJ. Jonos, and Dr. Crawford, Eaoh of the wardens returned thanks. It was do* oided, on .the motion of Mr. Kyngdon and Dr. Throsby, that there be no parochial council this year. On the motion of Messrs. Oxley and Mackenzie a vote of thanks was accorded to the wardens, side...

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

.STATUTORY- Til- aHATIOST. . 1, WIT.M AM T1U.VRY 11RAMMGR, of Ko. ITS Church-street,' Cr.raficrJoTn. la tbe State of Hot So't'.h Wales, CootroonweeHh of Australia. do eolemnly and hlocerely • rirylAr© -that.. J bare., carefully read tfco1 annexed document, conniit iDfr ot threo (olios, and consecutively numbered from "ono to tbree,' and that it coQt&los'/tud lit a trtto and faithful' occouflt -of- my Utaau : and euro byCloments Toole, - and also con tains my full pprinlulon to publish In any way rayistatwnenuh-'whlcb 1 flrlve voluntarily, without reccfvluer anv payment ,* and I make tbta 8oletn"a declarationconscientiously. bcllev-• lujf the same' to be true, and by virtue o< tbe provisions ot tbo OaiUs. Act, U'OO. - Subserlbod and declared at Camperdown tbl«' fifth -day - of September, ono thousand nlo« hundrod aod four, beforo me, B. BARNES, J.P.

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A "Purple Patch" by Dr. Fitchett. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 28 April 1906

A "Purple Patch" by Dr. Fitcliett. The author ot "Doada That Won tho Empire" has ■ been visiting Delhi and other historic spots in India. He begins a splendid article, in the current "Lifa,'* on the"Glories and Wrecks of Delhi," in the follow ing graphic stylo: "Thero nre seven Delhis, a chain of citieB running back into an antiquity beyond that of Rome or Babylon." To the south of tho present oity in on area of perlieys fifty square miles, on which lie Mattered what may bo called tho bonoa of onoo mighty cities now doad and forgotten. The econo recalls the ruins of Xhobcs or of Ephoaus. It ia a cemetery of dead cities—Aryan, Persian, Hindoo, Mohammedan. "There are miles ofbleaehed wallB, whole forests of ancient; turrets, fragments of mighty gates, ranges of 'half-fallen pillara, domes through whose shattered curves liv ing vegetation has crept. And the drifted, wind-blown duat, lies on it like some brown pall! 'A3 far as the eyu can roach,' Bays Kir Fredrick Treves, 'are dust and ...

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

MRS. E. HAYES, (Late B. Naveik), FRUITERER & CONFECTIONER ARGYLE STREET, Mx>ss "Vale. (Opposite Po«t Office). Only Choiec Fruit and Confeatioaery stocked. . Agent for Silvester's Small Goods, Fresh Vegetables always on hand. Miss Wright, LA UNDRESS. KS" Children's Clothes a Spoeiallty. Address : Woodhino St., Bowral.

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

it's- Getting Cold. ■ IVIASCE YOURSELVES SKU& FOR THE WINTER BY GETJIN.G YOUR Blankets, Flannels • Jaclcets, Winter Underwear ■■Jfew- Dress G-oods Men's, Boys' and Youths* Clothinj Boots and Shoes -. .. .is*.'®' J. B. ANDREWS & CO. ■ 0OWRAL [JCsTAMilPHRW 1S72.] J. G. MORRIS & CQ., >,MICT10SJ4BKa AND VAI.UATOMS, '•"•HOUSB, I.AND, AND J5STATB AGENTS. AgonU fur Anslmliiin Mutual "irp Insurunco Co. „ yiotnrifi lurii Iimunincc Go. ,, Colonial Mutual liilo Amiuanco Society. lt' Mintu Suiil uml"Poultry Ftain. C Griffliii ami Alien, Patent'Attorneys.' {Joods I'oceircd at our Kioras for Private or Auction iDiilq, An ailiuclito list of FruulioKI I'roperliosfqr Sale. C. H. liwhtead, ARCHITECT, VVsiuiwaTon," B.UIUIADOU Dr. li. Crawford, SURGEON DENTIST, TO H'jV HALL, BOW HAL. I^lrouB^ Osiitlo Ois AJmiiu«lero<I. Ofllae tloum, 9 a.m. lo » p;m. $8lrs. £:igofd6ij, (QllBBN'S COLLEGK, LONDON) ©Pupil of Dr) B. G. Monk (lata Organist York Cathedral, Knglund) teache...

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

QUI I K DIFFERENT. Tho ordinary rough- modiuino may sootho the throat, but it lifts no power to heal; recovery is. not complote, and a ?ccoml attack in inoro liable to for low. ClMmborbiu'w Guu*b Ke;«ed>' is quit© difTel ont, loouuao it xiot only auothea, but alno hoMa; «o that tbo Hooted part* tiro restored toa healthy con dition, and tha danger of a future attnok is removed. V01 sulo by I). Morgan, Chemist. - ;; HiiiL. Bros;.;' Bowral—tho leaders in' fashion. Their-stock of ..< r.pery, etc., keeps pace with tha seasons. Subscription to The Wollondiily Press, a/- per qr. in advance. f • Tinctoml power is the highest obtainable —which makes Rum ford's Bag Blue the Best Laundry Blue in the World for fine work. To Ihe experts who pride themselves on the Whiteness of their Linen we re commend Rumford's Bag Blue. CLIFFORD LOVE & GOMPV., Agents, • 77 CLARENCE STREET, SYDNEY. ITANGYES GAS ENGINE & SUGTfOH GAS PRODUCER. | Reliable, Automatic, Cheapest Power kn...

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

More Evidence PROM Camperdown. Thts vuw wf Mr. V/, i-i. UizAMiWCR. (By a Special Keporirr.) As it is <Jc=>iroi-s that people should he taught thatwhich il in moil ac ; cwsary they should know, u reporter was ilcs|mu::ii(d 10 *\o. 175 Church filruut, I umpcrdown, which is the jirl vai»> residence• and -bt.s-.ne's -establish ment combined ot Mr. Viidmm ifonry Brnnuner, • to dint iho lniormation* which appears below jn. the ■ form was namited.v ••About tlud time two years •ago," . Mr. Ihammer .be^un-m* savin;", :\l had' an expencine wljien id m:mv ways was> remarkable.. It was then that I fnada"" a rvcovurv from a set of tantulisinc ailincntsalia^ 1 .could not act mys^fir frje from lor twontviour months. - i-oc some, time I noticed that my-.-vitality v was oj; the wane. Whatever, I did was ntrformecl slowly and li3tles&ljf, with a tailing, renllv, tliat 1 ciiU .not caco whether U was. dono or not. At last 1 got bo bad that I a.a\Y a doctor; who pave 'me medi...

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With "H. Co." to Camp. Major Napier, Capt. Bissaker, Sergt. Chant, and-Gorp. Bailey are presented with long-service medals. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 28 April 1906

With 'ML Co." to Camp. Major Napier,- Capt. Bissaker, Sergt. Chant, and-Gorp. Bailey are presented with long-service medals. We boarded the special military train at- Bowral on Good Friday morning, at 2.10 a.m., and after an uneventful journey arrived safely at Liverpool, about 4.15 a.111. The work of detraining was soon accomplished, and the troops formed up in the station, yard and marched to the camp, which was situated about a mile away in the new park:- The line of tents being allotted, all were soon hard at work preparing for the eight, days' spell under canvas. *Pents \vere alligned and guy ropes straightened, when, the early morn ing gun. announced1 that- it; was time for the troops, already arrived, to arise and 'prepare for the day's work. Early morn ing coffee was served at 6 n.iii. The hours of work and rest were as follows Gun-fire '5 45 a.m., coffee 6 a.m., early morning parade 6 30 a.m.. breakfast 8 a.m., parade 9.15 a.m.i gun-fire and dinner 1 p.m., tea 5 p.m., retre...

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

Oilcloth—72 inch width, good pattern's, special value 2/6 yard, at Hill Bros. THEY MaER YOU -3T15BL GOOD. Tho pleaaaut purgative effect experienced by all who us© Chamberlain'^ Stomach and Liver Tablets, and tho healthy condition of the body and mind trhioh they oreato, nuked ouo feol joyful. For Bala by 1). Morgan, Chemist.

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Earthquakes. To the Editor "Wollondilly Press." [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 28 April 1906

Earthquakes. To the Editor'"WolIoi:dil]y Preas." Dear Sir,—Jjefc us truBt that the people through out the world will dwell with profound thouuh) upon ilia recont (apparent) calamity in San Francisco, teood can at once be scon in tho expert lenco by pientally registering tho simultaneous manifestation of practical sympathy from all (juarters. Truly it may bo said that great niitionul .calamities mako the whole world ukin. While not undervaluing.the theories of eminent scientists as to the cause of earthquakes, we must at onco look beyond tho physical. ' Mure than likely the earth did swing oiigl tly off it* axis, and follow, ipg this tremohdou3 is foment the crust cracks or subsides along tho lirje of leant resistance; but tho questiou arises—\vhai Force projected this movement? The thought of tbe whole rseo h a moving fac tor. Wo have not yet learned to-think and live in harmony with the natural laws, know less of tho spiritual, while the race is advancing in know ledge. Each year d...

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

TIE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY of SYDNEY, Ltd. ' [Ki-TAUUSHKD 1831.] Capital paifi up £1,000,000 Koserve Fiui l .1.100,000' liodei've Capital ' .. 1.000.000 , £3,iy0,0!J0 brut'CTGiw. G. J; Cohon. Kh<j., (.'hainnam XJoii. II. K.KaiGr.'ir.I/C.,Deputy Chairman. Jion. Hunsy Jlr'wt'.-, M.L.C. .-»■ Hon. iSiclmrd JoiU'f. M ifoiU I'1. T. Uunipheryi M J; C. ACWTOH*, A. II. K.'Maxwell, K*q.. \\\ L. Docker, Esq. HEAD OFFICE,- (,4l£ORGE-ST, SYDNKY. T; A.-t)U»brt, Ocueitil Maiiagtr. T. U. Gridcn, As:*i?tiint Hunu^ur and Chief Inspector. A. J. y■ >i)t,ar, Accountant. Vf.C.B.iiloy, 11.LI. Musaio. W.H.Pinhey, Inspectors. 1NTKUEST KATiSB ON FIXKD DEPOSITS.' 2 per ccni. for t> mouths. 6 percent. for 12 month*. ■ JM pel* font, for -J year*. LONDON OFFICE, 18 MUCH IN-TAN 15. B.C..'-. 1)irectors — K 11. linn^u, Kgq.; liesiiu W. Lovy; J'>q.: M >n. H. S. Lutleion. IliunaKer—1*. A. hjiivuut-r. ^ranches throughout the Stale of New South i AY.hIm and in Queensland*. • ! Agcneiea ihroug...

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

MUST WHAT EVERYONK S IOULD ]>>. Mr. (1. Mnlhpr, p ogrietpr ••ClirowoJo," li" .r m<4» ton (Q i.hvnya oji\ h bot'le of ChumborNim'u Colio, Gholoni, nti<t Di rdi on Remedy ftfc hind, yoftly far yonov, for thotc 14 no telling whon it nnty ho lu-Ci.od • Hi;. » »y-; —"It complotuly umvil ino of ohroniu dyw>nu-ry, from wMph t had Ruffored for-yi*'iM. I fe«'l «vnfvl nt tlmt Chumborl .in'a Coliu, Cijolo d, >m«l T)*wrrhw'U fy«mpd* snved tli«li»*ti of tti v iftfunt d-uiirht-r. who,'when te thi» win *evu el -.1 v; h d-Rrthoeii, nod \y»n jfivon up 'by lhu o^o.u..*.' J'u. b.il« by D. Morgan, Ohemist, Farm implements nnd produce, at low s»t»Sj at Hill |3ros.. Bowral.

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Bowral Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 28 April 1906

Bovmil Municipal Council. The above. council mo; on Thursday. evening. Present —AM. Oxley (Mayor), Jpnos, Kyugdon,' Savoll, Tliroahy, and Maokehzie. * * Correspondence. From Mr.Jas. Kenrno. oomplaining that consider* able damage bad beon done* to In*a' property.. through; tho ontmciTe drpiu bursting in Railway. Orescent onJ 27th Mf.roh. . That was thethiraviiino his. property, had bflen fljniilarly damaged, and-unless/steps' war® V taken to prevent it* repetition he wpnld.lutve to take";'. •; legal proannddlngs to i-eoover damages. ^'The,. clerk*' explained that tiie trouble arose thrquRi^fluodVwatet? in the crer»k stopping Ibe flow frorii5 tlio.%uj& vraa a difficult matter to obiviata.—Aid. joriM ' ^*1. >; that'tba evil uould only be rfiiuelielr by ' obtaining. pernjisMon from:the railway Coimuiaaioners to'allow ; of an open drain lifting mada^uridijr tho railway. Kesolyad that a committee of the whole council in-. *peet the site on Tuesday afternoon next and report ther...

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

erSHDRCI-I SOCIAL—Church of England-Odd follows' Hull, iVIoss Vftlo. MOXDAY NIjXT, 8 y.in. All members wolcauio. "6F3Y thuiojfihly oompofcent Cook and IjanndreaB, wnn:s a situation. Personal references. AddroaSj " LOUISA, 1 Post Office, Bovyr&K ■jg?OR SALE, Tray Busgy (Angus), to cprry lour, in Grst-clasH order. Cheap.—T. BI&OWNLOW i Federal Harness Depot, Moss Yule. ACRES FREEHOLD, 4 milea railway, email lioudG, well fenced, watered ; £110a per aero ; £100 down; easy terras. Apply—G; 3?. I/SNQH, Mosa Vale. ' '•'' ' J. GOODFELLOW & GO. will Bell tbir day (Saturday) at their Mart ati 2 p.m. Turkeys, l?o\vls, Ducks, Prime Young Roosters, Peas,' Beans, Cabbage, Aprioots, ApploB, Oranges,Lemons,; Peaches, and a large guontity of Orocliefywara.' ■ 3£"OR SALE, nino new sulkies, three seoond-hand sulkies, spring van, village carts, and various other "veliioles, to be Bold oheap toolbar—.T. BROWNLOW rFederal Coacbbailder, Moss Vole. SMPOUNtJSD at JBowral from • pu\&g...

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B.D.A.H. and I. Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 28 April 1906

B.D.A.H. and I. Society. The monthly committee meeting of the above ■'.was held at the RovhI Hotel, Moss Vale, on 'Thursday afternoon. Present: Mr. J. A. • jBadgery (President), Drs. F. G. Stevenson and Leighton-,Tunes, Messrs. E. E. Row, F. A. Bad .gory, H. Richardson, J. T. Hayter, A. D. Bad-, gory, J. c. Froser, J. D. Wood, II. W. Taylor, T. A. F. McCarthy, and B. El. Paino. From Mrs. A, Mmvle, on behalf of her son, stating that there were no dates whatever on the photos exhibited by him at the recent show, and that, they wore all produced (with the ex ception of two, of which ho had the negatives), within the specified, timo. Mr. Palmer (recom monded feu' second prize in this seption), also 'wrnto stating ho was under the impression that avion™ as the photos wore tloveloped within a year it waB sufficient.—After considerable dis cussion, during which it was apparent that the 'regulation for this section was not sufficiently cleir, it w»s resolved that no further action bo ''take...

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