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Boys and Cigarette Smoking. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 2 May 1906

Boys and Cigarette Smoking. Wailing for a tram at King Street, Syd ney, (Sura S. Nnliin writes)—I asked a news boy Low many cigarettes bo smoked a-day. Throwing away the stump of the ono ho had been smoking, he said, "O, I don't smoke tnhoh — only a packet a day." "How many cigarettes are there in a packet?" "Ten." ••What do they cost?" "Threepence a packet." I'said, "You can't afford to spend one and uineponce a week in oigarettes. If you can sparo ono and niuepeuce a week, why not put it in the Savings Bank, and save both your money and your health ?" "You're right," said the lad, "I know it ain't ony good; but there's fellows as Braokes a lot more than I do. Ono little chap oati pat away about ten packets & day ; but he don't do that on papers." I did not enquire bb to the way and means of the boy who smoked ten packets a day ; but as the tram oarae up, I said, "Will you try to give np smoking ?" He only replied, "It ain't good, f know," £>o we realise our danger ? The...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 2 May 1906

For Chronic Chest Complaint*, - ;Woods' Gieat l'eppeLOiiiit Cure. JaQJ.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 2 May 1906

Of Qti 'ch-Kluabeih \va roiui — "CoUl nvido thnt m'tiinroh croak." 'iVeayolthe Q'Jeon frnin cfttehinj; ono, Sir Wiiltqr spoilt his cloak. Btic ha«i rIjo ruled ns now, you know, For very trifling payment, A hotilu ulWoods' <Jn«At*Perp'rnuiU Guro ' Would savo poor Rataigh's rftitn:nt.

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! District Teachers' Association [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 2 May 1906

! District Teachers' Association Bowroia'r.,-U?1-mee4iDg klld re-union of the the chair ^Eimwoodj; Mr. Fraser Miss H.cksi. anci Mr. Wilion (Bo..vral)7 Mefs s : Paradise and Draffiri and Miss Ousht Bennan ancJ D- Mar^ , ..hall (Mot,s Vale), Turnbull (Wilde's Mea dovv), Sheath (Berrima), T: More-'ari (Pir ton), Keriniff (The inu! report and balance-sheet were read SSff Tho r?pw 'it taa tlnu fhe association had beenVeso'oQ^ r' fo[ «™« of the discussions brought £ he 111 'lli e / terhers' <°'>fc^nre fust ! held in Sydney; , it uIm noted that "ai- ' though the motion ra the necessity for ElteV" S'c'iooHpaper, sen\ a) : by the association had been defeated bv a small majonty at the conference, still most ot the suggestions contained in that motion had been taken ap bv-tlioipro-'t prietors of the pap'er and embodied in ' un-!n tt»?\rSUrS' An.otherP°l»t'toucl^d| ' ,PU v,,s fo-mation of ,a toncherV ■'• ™Vy C°fnTt,nf!'bf ,yoVks conU.ui^g the J szy dateide:i5 °yducanon ana 1 be c...

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Bowral Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 2 May 1906

Bowral Municipal Council. The above council met last Thursday ereeing. nnd a portion of the business svas reported in our Saiur. day's issue* The following items being unavoidably held over:— Correspondence. From the secretary of the St.John's Ambulance Association, 8yrtney, asking tho oo-operatioo of the Bowral Council informingmale nad female fii-at-fu.l claasoa in the town—On- motion of AW. fhrosby and Jones, it' waft decided to reply, that it was .'not considered probable that a olasa oould bg formed here.". .y.;. • From Mr. A. R. Angus, Sydney, stating' that Mr.. W. T. AngUB of ''The Bowral, had asked him to call attention to tha slate of repair, of Queeri-streot and.Gla,dslone-road. and - thai, uqrtion of bia fenohig waa in danger of falling tberoon.' and asking that/Fame be .remedied. — To bo referred to the vfovko oomruitteo for report. ,, V - Payments; ' Accounts amounting to £117 10a 10.1 (general) and £155 Sr'6d (pas) wero-pa«aed.-for papmnnt.—AM Throsby asked if it was p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 2 May 1906

Tl]e Pride of Place amongst Storekeepers of the' * ' highest grade is unquestionably , held by TAYLOR BROS., .gag. TAYLOR BROS. The reason is simplicity itself.•. It is because of our.determination to insist on QUALITY-being: the.. , • first consideration in our.business, , . .. and also on keeping PRICES, fight. ... - ,vV. No Order too Large, Hone too Small. ,. TAYLOR BROS. ™raa STOKB. 38 VALE.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 2 May 1906

' : 'IHEAT IV MlOPrJttiY. . Colds weaken the lung?*, lowor the utility an! pave the way for cmaumptimu Pneumonia al.vayd results fro:n a oolH, or from an nttnok of influonza. CJivs overy cold tho ;»tt ntion it dtjaorvin ; tro:it it promptly nod properly. \Vh:it uhouM yoti do? Tlioro is but one nuswor. Tako Chnmbml-iiiiY Couyh.U'imody. It ulwnys euro*. For sn!o by* D. Mor.an.Cbcmi.st, - For Children's Hacking Couflh ut Nigh*, . ^ NVoprt©* Gteat Peppermint Cute, . id 61. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 2 May 1906

i ■'ifTfrtW.V NALUitiii, At. 1). 1 "YV'Jion k (Vo»in;r froin h oouolyou «vnnfc i t\ t tkp OlvvtnWrliimV Oou^h Ko n*iU\ It ab*.« ,pn is'utmV* Yilnn'-by.bmaeniuij tho uolil, relieving lho lungs, nnu miktirr Qxpuotnr.iiiuri Piny. IMa-situl to t *k , *afi»; ahd alnriijs cures* l^r sale by I), Muiyau, (Jaomisf. : . / CartiiJ^os ol ail kinilB at Uill Broa^ . ; /

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Grammar School for Girls. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 2 May 1906

Grammar School for Girls, , A. bovb of considerable import inca to the ! district has been mudo by the Council of tlie Church of Knglaud Grammar School for Girls, in establishing the Howral brunch of thu ashtinl 'ift "Wpmiinuo" in Mei'riguii!j Btroet.- Mrs. Dickinson's residence is well known to nil, and it3 control situaiiuu nnd -0*iaifninj;' ground* inalfa it an idunl s^pt for a sehool—Tho honae is very comfortable, Willi a In'ygn, airy -6oh(iolroom, looking; bnt: nvur th'o gavdeiv o tho Gib. Tho grounds have many sheltoied walks; tliora is a aplen | did tPiiiiijMimirt, and playing lVdd W hock ey, Itu-iUat bull, ai.d other t!«me3. The torra opiMtid on TiiKsdny, the '24th inst., bnt new pupils may enter at any limp.

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McCleery's Phaeton Sulky. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 2 May 1906

McClcery's Phaeton Sulky. The firm of Messrs M^Cloery and Song haa boon ORUblished in Moas Vale for ovur 9(1 years (says last week** Town and Country Journal), and haa a repu tation for first-class work. They build all cI&ssoa of vuhiclea. Tho phaeton Bulky, lor which thoy wero awardod ilrnt prize, and to which was attached tho itcClwry Patcut liurnoss, was one of tho moat itiior nsting features of the rceent Sydney show. Tho vo hide was very richly finished,- and showed to \?hVl "an' artistic point su'iky-building ha<j haen brought.- It was made of the berifc mmerialn, Attcd ■with btll-bearing axlcn, ncctyleno 8>ta lamps, and leather trimminga, with spring cushion and squab. Its float wings and dashboard wore silky oak, and al ti\xef.liftr Ibn shape ami «tylo of tho vehicle excellent. Attached to the shafts of (hid vohiclo were tho .fitting belonging to the McClcory Patent Elarnesi, which is really a simple dovico byraoani of which a horse.oAii bn mora easily ...

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Fire at Mittagong. B.D HERALD OFFICE DESTROYED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 2 May 1906

Fire at Mittagong. B.D HERALD OFFICE DESTROYED. ' Mittngoug was brilliantly illnroinatcd during tlio early morning hours of Saturday last by a conflagration which reduced to ashes tha office of Uie looal newspaper, tho " Bemma District-Herald," ailunted iu tho Main Street, together with its contents, portion of the machinery, in a more or less damaged state, being ail that was left. But few onltfokers witnessed' ths brilliant spec tacle, however, for the roar of tbe fire was practically hashed by the violence of, the wind-Btorm which was raging. The vigor ous ringing of the school-bell was of no avail to arouse'reeideuts to a sonse of'-their danger, the whole of the block being at one time threatened ; and the few who, in the coiirao of an hour, collected to render ail the assistance in their power, had to ho aroused from thoir slumbers by IUq local policeancl others, Sir, J,, i^apfer was the first to notice any thing arni3B.. His premises adjoin those that were destroyed, and ho st...

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A Supreme Court Appeal. A Wolfe's Schnapps Case.—Conviction U[?]held. Before Mr. Justice P[?]ig. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 5 May 1906

A Supreme Court Appeal. A-Wnlfa'd Schnapps- Case.— Conviction Upheld. • Before Mr. JiHtico Pcnig. * Uo Adarri Boer (W. II. Bulnior and ■ an Otlier t oho<it:(lcin Mr. W. A. Wiilkor, .instructed bv Mr. G. D. Infjli», aipeircd for Adam Beer. of I-mith malia, lio!elk"cper, and moved to.raake nb~ snluto ii .rule nisi by which William Uoin v 1 i 111 me r, o' A im a n (1 n I e, i r io m o i i » er, and' T. ]<j. MncNivin, S.M , of ParrainatU; had boon ciiled upon lo abow cause why a pro Isthiiinns-honld not bo issued to restrain them fiom further ptoeeediin! upon mi order ofMiircb 12, on nn infoiillation by Buhner; under section 89, sub-section '2 "A" oft lie Piiblie lJeulili A"', cihnrginu'.'ihfti Boer sold to (lie prejudice of the purchaser thereof n rjnanliiy of Wolfe's Schnapps which was not of ilia nature,substance, «r rjimlit i' «'f the article of food demanded. Mr. .Kelynack, instructed by Mr. 0. Bull, appeared for the respondent Buhner, ta oppose.' It apppared ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 5 May 1906

or CUiU'wih.'s Hacking Cough.'at Niglit, Wfrods UumL Peppermint Cure. Is fid.. Hill- Bros., Bo'vral, for boots. Good appetite; good digestion, , refreshing- sleep —/ thoBo oro essential to good health; and tho, following testimonial shows how thdy were, obtained by using '■'Six yeara ago I Ii.id au attack of iv.di gostion and liver complaint that'lasted for weeks, I was unoblo to do any hard work, had no appetite, food distressed me, and I suffered much from headache. ■ My akin was sallow, and sleep did not refresh mo. ■ I tried soveral remedies without obtaining any relief. Finally, one of "my. . customers recommended Ayer's Sfarsapa rilla. It holped .me from tho first—in, fact;.after taking six bottles 1 was com pletely cured, ami could eat anything and oleop like a child."' - There are many imitation Sarsaparillas. Be sure you get "AVER'S.'* Prepared by Dr. J. C.Ayer <5; Co., Lowell, Mass., U.S. A. ^ AVER'S PILLB, the boat family loxativo. i i Instruments \ naaos g 1 ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 5 May 1906

ROBERT S. BOLTON, Upholsterer, Cane-'Worker, & General Furniture Kepairer. Chairs Re-caned equal to new frotn 2/G each. Work at lSosi.lence 9;- per day. Work called for and delivered. Furniture re-polished and repaired. PRICES MODEUATK. GOOD WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. Argyle-street, Moss [Nest (loot to .Shiplej's). > W, R, FARROW, 332C5WIS.AI^, ILL undertake to collect rents, sell properties privately, make specifications, estimate*, or execute repairs, &c., to buildings; insure your property against fire, or yourself against sickness or accidents. Take notice that the above ia the Agent lor the Australian Allmueo Aaaurance Coy, LAST DAYS U8T DAYS lor a elitinca to win ^K«5»o for l/- £1000, A Fortune for I/. A Fortune for B/ £1000 for 1/. ( FIRST ) £1000 for 1/. GREAT £1000 for 1/. ( PRIZE j £1000 for 3/. Or 12 month*1 Trip Round the World, first-class, all Expensed paid, and £600 ia Cash for one person, or oight mouths for two. And 12!) other Important Prizes, rangi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 5 May 1906

'THE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY of SYDNEY, Ltd. [K-ti-m'-tikii l&ltl.] Capita! pais] tip . .. v; V .. £ I ,''00.(10(1 : lttsoivc Fmiil ," , .. ..1; 100.000 Jieaervo Capit.il ; / .. 1 .(JOO.(Xlt). itf.llW.OOlV. . riini-.«TOKi. ■ . - , V.: G. J. Cohen. K«i|.. Clfainu.-.H. Hon. It. K. Kn.-r, Jf.r, C., l).M>ntv Cl,aiitntir ■ : Hon. Honiv'Mnse.', M.I.'.G. -Jlon. Kichiir.i .U>nos. : lion. I'VJ.'. Hiit»ph(;ry,'M I, 0. ''' • ACMTlilH. A. ]!. K. Jfr.XttCllj H«q.. W, T,. IloiAcr, li-sq. •iikao oi'M-'ini'., aioor.fih-.st. syi»:i:v. if. A. Diliiw, (ieiuinilMwinger. v'-" (iiitluii, Assi.-t.u.t nn<l Chiuf tnapectbi Stmt.ir, Accotiutuiit.' ' - \V.C. 11 ,Ti 1 ev, i |.M. llHssio. W.n.Piuiieytliispectiii-, INTKUKST UVIY.S ON KiXKIl pKi-osirs. .• - [u:i-c:"i. |..r f. in»nili.<. ctni! Tijr J2 inontlis. cent, fi'" - y.'ai'i. LONDON Oi'TlCK. If Uf.lCH 1N-T.AN 10 K.C. piriictoVfi — (<':■"11;. l>,n'i};.Vt i Km], . t^nn \V. I.ovy,' ' : Kill.U in. II. S. " i\...

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THE BRAIN WORKER. WHEN SHOULD THOSE WHO WORK WITH THE BRAIN IN THE DAY TAKE THEIR CHIEF MEAL? [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 5 May 1906

THIS BRAIN WORKER. WHEN: . SHOULD THOSE TOO WORK WITH THE BRAIN IN THE DAY TAKE THEIR CHIEF MEAL? Not In Wie 'middle of the day, for in that case the later hours of work will And the system,lethargic.^ Brain work should never follow a. heavy meal un less onp--has just completed a long brain rest. After a" good night's sleep and a bath, tjio system is In the right state for a substantial meai, arid .brain work fol lowing this will be well done. Things arc very different.thre'q or. fo,urs later. Now the brain Is not so fresh, and the system has great need for food. IS THE SIESTA IJSEFUM ■ IE one can. obtain twenty minutes' fleep after a mid-day meal it will fit the brain for renewal of work. With many persons such a nap Is a genuine need quite apart from the heaviness pro duced by eating. These cases are com paratively rare. The rule is that the need for brain rest is caused by a meal.

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Appeal. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 5 May 1906

Appeal. At the Syduey Quarter Sessiona on Moil day, before Judge Baokhouse, Andreas Mar 'tiu Momsen, hotellteeper, of Bowial, ap pealed against an order made by Mr. L., S. Donaldson, S.M. for payment of 80s weekly for the support of his wife, Annie Ada Mom 9011. . The ohief grounds of appeal wore that there wab no evidence that respondent was left without means of support, upd that the magistrate was wrong in admitting certain avidouoe and 'rejecting other evidence. ' By consent the order wns sustained, and the amount reduoed to J21 per week, coats of tho appeal to be paid by appellant, the origi nal order a« to police court costs to slaud.

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THE LADIES' COLUMN. HEALTH HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 5 May 1906

THE LADIES' COLUMN. S r HEAXTH HXHTS. / _£» Stewed fruit Is very good for children, and should be eaten in the morning. A blow In the eye generally causes the ! skin-round It to turn black. This may be prevented if the part round the eye Is , immediately greased with fresh butter, i This treatment should bo frequently re newed for. an hour or two. Kxerelso In moderation is good for ail young people, but, besides actual walk^ ing,' there are many ways of taking it. Cycling,* swimming, fqotball, cricket, hockey and gymnastic^ are all excellent., in their different ways. Children's Teeth. — A child's mouth, should be frequently inspected to see that the teeth are developing lejularly, and It there is any overcrowding or decay, a dentist should be Immediately -visited. Children should'be taught to clean their teeth regular'ly.nlght and morning. Preci pitated chnlk isjorie of the simplest and | best preparatlbns'to use. j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 5 May 1906

'IREAT IT I'JIOPKilLY. Colds wonkon tho lung*, lotvor tho \Ua1ity und P^vg the way for cmdiunptioii. Pneumonia til vnya ro.sultd from n oul ', or from an attaok of inJluonza. Uiv: erury uuld tho utt-ulion »t doaurviM; trout ib orompily and propurly. "Whht bhould you do? Thertf i« Ijm*. one answer. 'i»ho Ohuraberl'inM Co'jrh K'medy. It nlwnys ourw. For au 0 by D. i!uroUn| CiiCtuM,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 5 May 1906

The "PUSSY" S.HEARIHG " /MACHINE . . ... . Is Absolutely the Best Machine on Write for Prices and Patiicuiars. the Market. Always Reliable. It will pay you to have your shed fitted with the "Daisy." It will give you the best service, and will cost you practically little for upkeep during a long term of years...'...;..;... ifacji§n®ry Instruction School, We invite owners or their employees, to attend our School of Instruction, where they will learn, free of cosl, how to erect and run the Machinery, sharpen Combs and Cutters, and drive an Engine. =r , O Bisrggen Shearing H/lsscliiiie Company, 9 HAMILTON STREET, SYDNEY. FOR ILL THROAT TROUBLES, Brown's Bronchial itowi. Those who have taken this medicine boar willing testimony to its wonderful nnd effectual influence. To those who are subject to Colds on the Chest it is invalu able. SufTorors from Bronchitis, .HoarBonosB, Difficult Breathing, and Coughs experience immediaio roliofauda oorapleto ouro by using IEB. J3. IB. (Brown's Bron c...

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