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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 May 1906

It's Getting. Cold, ? MAKE YOURSELVES SHOO FOB THE WINTER , BY GETTING YOUR Blankets, Flannels Jackets, Winter Underwear ■ New Dress Goods Men's, Boys' and Yontks' Clothing ', Boots and Shoes • 5 J5LZB? . . >. : .;■■■■■; JI B. ANDREWS & CO.,; *. - . BOWRAL

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 May 1906

A. MOTHER'S RECOMMENDATION. Mrs. Mary Gray, "Watrongn (V.S.W.), writes: — "v Iwun'if-r'Mn'H Cough Knrnfidy has fi nplendid repu tation in tliH district, and I kn"w of many cusoa wh ro acute'Croup uud Bronobitis luivfi boon oared. I had been a putforor from Brunoliial Aethma for nmny yearn; and never found any treatment that »■ ould rojirvo me, uutil I eoramencod tiking Chhnv burlain'» C mgh Houiedy, hii 1 that complotrly cured me. It lin.i never failed to cure oouvha or client compluinU anions tin) members of my f mily. I rtlwavH kivp a hott'o of Chamliorlnin'd Coueh JRcmjdy in tho hou-so, und w ul 1 11 Ivise all inothera to do likow.se.' Kor s-ilo by I> Morgan, -CbemUt. Hill Bros,, Bowral—the leaders in .fashion. Their slock of drapery, etc., keeps pace with tlm seasons. 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 ...

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
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Berrima News. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 May 1906

Berriiaa News. i;(Prom our Correspondent). The JInspitol Saturday Collection at Borriraa was ..woli"Up -to the average of previous years when aooountis taken.of the number of families who have loft during the pasty ear.' The three boxes were in oharge of the following, pairs of young ladies, Lily McDonnell and Marion Connolly, Eiloan Connolly and Daisy, Cn3p3,'J?lorrie.Collis nn I i'hillis Doyle. :At"afcout 10 o'clock it wqb fouod thero was a cart *go.ing to Joadja via-Mandemur, so the management •thcu rlcoidud to send one of the boxes by the oarfc. They sent that of Mioses Connolly and Cross, which thon contained 7« 9d ; but tho result therefrom was small, beinuonly 3s tOd. The collections were as follpwa MifeseflMcDonuell and Connolly IGs Gd., fMisses Collia and Doyle £1 lis 10d ; ML««os Con* jiolly-^nd^Crpss lis 8d. Total £3 3a. Mr. J. R. Harper, of the hotel, kindly invited the collectors to afternoon-tea,,which was much appreciated, jPho-loonl tennhus now In full swing; tho cou...

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What are Queen Alexandra's Rights? HOW THE LAW AFFECTS HER. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 May 1906

Wliat are Queen Alexandra's I Eights'? :\i HOW, THIS LAW AFFECTS HER. "An erroneous idoa/'atiya "M.A.P.," pro. vails that Queen Alexandra, ns the Queeu Consort, pOEBc-Bdea much the same rights 'iia' the late Qneen Yiotoria. Bat the difference between being bead of tlia State' aud merely , the Consort, ia vory grent% end the privileges; of both positions are" very elertrly defined. "Iu this renpeot, Queen AJexandra comos off better Mian, aiiy proviofiB-' Consort, but elio is nevertheless 'barred from many of the rights whiclrthe Kingjsable toiclaiui. By the laws'of tbe'cousUtuiipri the Queen Can aort'iB Virtually. the'King's Subject, andrnot his equal. ' As is well known, it . is impos sible, for.'anyou'e' to "bring a ^legal -action ftgainBt the King bnt'na : tlio Qupien C >r 8->W ia recognised its a 'piiblio person,' iiny action brought againal her by tlio liiitnbleat subject of the land would have to be tried in the civil courts, aild she would be compelled to abide by tha ve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 May 1906

J3j®ETilABLE Sgcond-Hand Bicycles for SALE or Hue nt S. H. iiE^K'3 Cycle Depot, Bowral. ROOTS ASO SHOES neatly repaired at cioderaio pricoa. — MUS. G, K. COIjK, near Mr. McCull'.im'd, Blacksmith. j JOHN BE.AVAN OPPOSITE HIIX BKOS,, BOWRAI,, NHWSAOENT, - TOBACCONIST, / . ' Ac., Ac. liAillDUESSING SALOON. GRAND HOTE L, SOWBAI,. . The Loading: Kotol in the Favorite Health-giving Touriot Resort of the Southern District. Large Club, Dining, Billiard and Reception Rooms. KSf GOOD TABLES I«iPT. ^ "caia rrorn One Shilling, BEST BRANDS OF WINES, .BEER, SPIRITS, AND CIGARS, <3oo3 Stabling One Shilling. A. M. M0MSE3S", Pnoi'insTon. UPHOLSTERING UP-TO-DATE (EkTADUSIITSD IQ90.] Mattresnes nnde and rn-made, re-filled and tubbed. ObViira re-caned, or donu with roaorairia thread, ; from 2a. Venetian Blinds ra-laped and corded. iLirj^leuuiB laid ; Cnrpeto beat and repaid. )&ed Drapes made, &]«& Blind? and Curtain*. Loose Furniture Coveis a apsciality. Furniture Bep...

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
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Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 May 1906

S,ol)8rt^o3i.-;: (From a Correspondent). At Robertson, Hospital Saturday pasg.od off very quietly, but, contrary to general anticipation, the takings totalled 10^ more than last year'Hi " The col lections camo to £14 13b 34 as against £14 3h 3d on. the last occasion". The town oulicciors made almost. £9, about equally divided between tho east and west, ends.. The collectors 'wero Mesdam.cs Ferguson; Vaodeobergh, .and Loos, arid itfissea. Litchfield, Chadwick, Simpson, Vandenborgb, Balls, Haddiu, and Hetherington. Eyory residericejn the Kobort soivpheapant ground division was-visited.! Where/ all did well, it would be out of place to particularise, but honorablo mention might ba mi le of those who took the. outlying districts, wlwve aliprails are raany^ and houses are. fo.w; and it might bo mentioned that the outside collections wero more and the town a little less than on tho Sfcn of lust May. ; .The codec 'tor^ report Ibat every one gave cheerfully, the re . fusals were nie, aud uo...

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
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TOTAL COLLECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 May 1906

■ TOTAL COLLECTIONS. ■ Hie following nre the particulars of tho collection^ so far to nanil Bowral ., Moss Yule -• , Itobertuon MittdRong Bxcter .. ., • Bundnnoon, .. Satton Forest .. , Wnnganderry ,. ^ilde'a Moadov; : Bgrritrm ' ... Burrawang Wingello Braemnr .. Buxton . .; .Kungnloon .. Oolft-Vals .. Box Valo. ■ .. Balmoral Hill Top East Kaagaloon £38 & 0 37 0 a, 14 IB 3 10. 0 0 9 1 3 0,19' 14' 3 5 0 S. i 7 8 4 0 "8 D-O. : 2 8. 0. 1 17 0 118 0 1 7 i 1 4 11 1 8 0 1,1" 7 1 0 0 14 9 14 1 'Potrtl; .. .. .. £112 1 8J

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Farewell to Capt. Jones. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 May 1906

Farewell to Capt. Jones, On Monday evening more than the usual interest centred in the monthly meeting of tho Howral Vol* unteer Fire Brigade, brought about by thu resigna tion of Captain Mo6cj Jones. . Theie wns a good muster of the ^Ore-fighters,'' and a small sprinkling of the public. O.ptjiin Jones presided, and net forth tho object of tho gathering in feeling terms. Only his severe illness, from which he bad as yet only partially re covered, bad canned him.to take the step he had in. resigning aa captain. He had received frora thesec rotary of tli.e Gro board a vory nice.letter, sympa thising.with him in his illness, nnd wishing him a quick recovery. Be had already resigned from the school of arts, and intended shortly to sever him* self from the council.* . He hdped some day, how ever, to again take part in the affairs of the town. Firfit'Lieutonant Huggett said it was with very great regret he moved M That tho resignation bo i\c ccpled." Capt.Jones*'bad proved himself a "whit...

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Kangaloon. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 May 1906

Kaiigaloou. [; (From Our Correspondent;); Tjie'finniml pianio in connection with' thoracal Church of England Sunday School wash&Vdon Saturday 5th May, in the ground adjoining thd store. Notwithstanding numerous rtrowba'ojcs, in .tho shape -of postponements, etc*, which the promoters had to. oontend with, the picnio was one of the most success-, ful ever held here. The attendance numbered about' 200, including a few visitors from Comertoo Park, East Kangaloon, and Burrawang (the,latter being re-, presented effectively by the Rev. D. T. Smith): Tlie ball was kept rolling with garuos, lawn tennis, roun«. ders, etc., and races for the children each child at-, tending the school receiving a priae". * (By the . way; judging from tbo number of children'prusont.KangaV loon at least can not bo held accountable for any de* creaso in the viral statistios. Owing to the beautiful weather, also to tho excellent management, every thing passed off most pleasurably, the only cloud on the sum...

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
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WANGANDERRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 May 1906

WAXtiANDUllHi'. The following'excellent: returns are forihirming from \V»in«4nnii!rry,'l,wlnro- M'ibr J.. . 13. 'Milculm workml lmul aud aM1eett»i| a* follow* ir-A Houin 2v T>\ ooilfeUow I0t I I, \V. Malcolm ov-K. Wnlbury 2*, H. L^wis l« 01; NY. (loo Ifollow lOv Mrs. Irvino lo Od,(l»'.o K«ll l(K Ilunh Smith 2a OJ, Harry Smith 2*-ft I, Mik. 0.-Smith i sen., la l\\t K\ Frank lin 2s Gl. John Oooifollow 2<», \Y. Lmku 2s O l.Mrd. Chant U, NV.-Hunii»r 2a 0.1, li. Ltko2-5, Mm. Good follow, ceu ,2a 01, Indian htvwker \a ; totul £3 4s Vs

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BUNDANOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 May 1906

: 'riUN'DAXOOJf. ! Th* totnl nwult of the ooltaulinn luft tSnlurrhiy, in aW of tho Itarrimi District Hospital, ut Hun Iftnoon, \V(H jL'O I0-* iy.l. Much praise* U 'tun tovtH6 lu'ltoa— Mmscs l'\ih«y, Gntsp, nntl .Girl ley.' nlift)^Ateasra, J.inert of KhiuhIh, nrvj Gibson, of-I'enro'n, for tlio itihonnn* tank which th»:y bo willingly nnd nhtwvfully uoeompliHlia.l tn nmclung nil the houses, which, iu iIioho pfirtn, nru Kuimnuo.i by pueh ImiR rlUtancoR. Thu following nm uints Vera forwjirilcd hv-Mr. A S. Ilnllnncl. ttou! socrotnry :—'Mh8 Giioo nn<l Gi-Jlov. JC3 ID* •*>! ; Mi«s Fihftv £2 fltV: Mr. J mes Oh 10a;j Mr. Gibaon 1'JvlJI; .lota! £G IDh 1 jl/ v

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 May 1906

LAST DAYS LAST DAYS for r> ehancc lo win • ^.xooo for r/- £1000. . A Fortune for I/. A Fortune for I J. £1000 for ]/. ( FIRST ) £1000 Tor 1/. GREAT £1000 for 1/. I PRIZE ) £1000 for 1/. j Or 12 mon Tripr'^niind «ho YVVrM, H»at-ol»ay fill Kxjioi 8Cd pni!» uurt £fi00 ii. O/tHh Ju? one pornon; or MivniMh for.iw % J Ami 12) otht?r Imjvu'tnii' Pi iaov rHiijjin# m vi^ue j v fcrnm 4) io tloO. | (iight Hoi^rs Qroat JMbiI.ee Art Union I 50 Wftir —rllin 0]»lo*t ui.d M»wt I 'o[iultr-n*30 Yeats. Pruceo.la in Jiiil nf ihe Hospital's untl*sPublio Olmiiijea itf Ausirnlia. JVizt^-wih li«i rlolivotcd to winner.*. J«Vp»j cf .oil o'mr.se*. A lint of wit* intr imml'Or* will be ported to a» v puram s-'niUiig un onveV'P'' tho fonrosoutu iv»», with Rt/imp unVifut"!, Ruyfiuni .w>nr 1^»«tl A iron t om or btiforo 38'h •April, or >t«n<l S'ainp*; (wUh ntelmng" nildeil , 3- osfc-«l or l\l >.()., aire t to tlio reproswiVutivH, Jpiintl'.rd.B iltlitwp, 31'J t?*J'n<lerri» trrw>,...

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OTHER PLACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 May 1906

\O.THER PLACES.; Colo Vaio.—Per Miss McUUur, local secretary':— Miss Annie Puvloiiuh 12«, Misa Vera Summers 11 ; total £139. • Buxton,—Por Mr. W.. Rcid, tocal secretary:— Miss E. Purncll lis Id, Miss B. Blackahaw 18a 3d total il 7h I I. .■■■■■■ Winsclln. - Per Miss Goodwin, local secretary J&8, Crawford £L ITsiOd. ■ .. The 'Wilrle'a Mwlow collection (Mr. K. Stags, sesroim.v) totalled iiiHo, mule up as follow^Miss* M.Giaiiam L'l 12s 7d, Miss Johnson 13j 8Jd, Mifia Davy I03 8$d. Mr. E. HetherinRton hod charge -of; the Bnrrft. wnnR collodion, which. resulted as follows A. Murtay £1 8s lid, Miaj E. iinytor 194 21; total £3 8?. ■ . .. At Kangalpon Mr. W. Yulentino collected £1 3a "7d, and Mr; W. P. Bropning Is 4d. v .• f Miss McGlynn collected £1 at Balmoral. „ ; Miss El lriogo collooted 14s 9d at Hill Top, •Mr. A. P. Badgery forwards a sum of £3 Ba as the proceeds of the collection at Button Forest.*' East Kangaloon.—Per Mr. J. Norton Btuler (local secretary): Collected by John ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 May 1906

. TREAT IT PROPERLY, Golds woakon the lungs, lower the vitality and. pavo tho way for consumption;^ Pneumonia alveays results from it cold, or from an attack of influenza. Giv* every cold the attrition it d'servon ; /treat it .promptly aufl properly. "What ahould-you do? There is ..but one answer. ./fake: ;Qhuraberl liti'a Co'u^h Remedy. It alwaya ourc, For sale,by D. -Morgan, Chcuiist. Farm implements and produce, at low. rates, at Hill Bros., Bovvral. •^ MR. A. BENNETT, Teacher of Violin; MISS A. BENNETT, Teacher of Pianoforte, BURRADClO STREET, ' BOVVRAL, Terms on application. A-cLvertis© IN THE— Wollondilly Press, Absolutely, the Best Medium' for Ad ■ vertisers in-the-.Berrima District. ••The circulation-is large-,-and what is mqre, it is INCREASING RABIDITY.;, The -^'Wollondilly Press'?': circulates' in every part of. the. Berrima District,' but we are notagoing.to-rest until it is made a- welcome visitor in EVERY HOME. What'further: inducement is-^neede'd ? By advertising in t...

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Poultry. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 May 1906

Poultry. ■ The 69 pons in tlio Inying oompnliLinn oomluoled nt Ryde, by Mr. A..13. Monry," under tbo auspmoa of -'Tlio Town and Conn try Journal, avorngiid 3G eggs per pen for April, tlio highost being 98, n'nd the.loweat 2, Several of otir poultry broedorH entered their pena/and with the following result:— A. Prior, L5owrnl,,silvor wyuudutterSi ; T. • Ponrne,; Moss Vale, ailvur wyandoties 29 ; ,S. J. MeBiiron, llownil, white leuhoriid 26 ; I A. L. liarniaiiuvMiUngong, whits leghorns i11- et-;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 May 1906

.. While thin hair and baldness aro undesirable for inon, they aro vastly more so lor women. Nothing udds more: to the adorumont of women than ~:rich, heavy, flowing trossea. The -hair is too valuablo to allow it to- r.ufTor Irom negluct. So just as noon qb you notioo that your hair Is coming out you should use It checku falling of tho hair promptly. This feature of Ayor's Hair Vigor is now recognized as roost marked, and has brought to this prep arat.ion a world-wide reputation. You cannot possi bly liavo a splendid hoad of hair when tho scalp is covered with dandruff. Wo urgo upon all who aro in any way troublod with dandruff to be gin tho use of Ayor's Hair Vigor at once. Do not bo docoived by cheap imitations which will only disappoint you. Mako sure you got AYKIl'iS Hair Vigor. PrtpartdbyDr. J.C.A7er&Co.,LaTrcll,JHau.,U.S.A. itomscl PianoSo Solo Ag'onla— PaliB so" These liirae Pianos commend ! themselves j to the art- | is tic lb oyer j New Models. New Des i!>:cis. N...

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An Entombed Fane. By A BANKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 May 1906

Aii Entombed Fane. I3v A Bankku. The spiide of the explorer, which from time to'time has brought to light eviden ces of the advanced civilisation and heroic prowess of the Egyptians of old, has now again been successful in unearthing ano ther stately temple inhumed deep beneath tlVe debris of decades of centuries in that city of temples | Thebes. -Senleii up her- I metically beneath the drifting desert sands, perhaps for more than two" thous and five hundred years, this decorated and richly embellished fane, the scene of the worship of those, mighty'--monarchs, Rameses II, the Pharaoh who so cruelly appressed the Hebrews, and Menephtah, the fierce warrior who withstood Moses, and Shishijk, whose invasion of Israel with ig.obo.chariots, and 60,000 cavalry is recorded in Scripture and also on the inscription ^t Karnak', has.now at length been exhumed and once more exposed to the light of day. • . - And, though painted in that early stage of the world's history, yet the colors of ■ the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 May 1906

MOTHER NATURE, MJ>. When B'-fTofitiif from n couph oreoll, you went to tako Clminborhiin'n Cough Uornfdr. It nota on Natural pliiu by loosening tho cold, raliftviug the lungo, and rnakin? oxpoutoratiou ra-y. PltMs.tut to ■tnkc"* and ulmvjtv civreiK For salo byp. Mdrgaut Chemist, .

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Exeter. HOSPITAL SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 May 1906

Exeter. : i HOSPITAL SA/rUBDAY. TheJ glorious weather of Saturday was very favour-; ^b(d.;',&rVput-Joor\aoliebt{i)gl and', consequently the ladies'appointed/JfPr tnotayk entered on their duties with ertUiusmsra". " Seven Indies — Misses Linklnter,^ ^Fordycdi'Wafd, JackBori^ Nevillo, Elliott, and Ruby Badge'ryi with praiseworthy energy*iind pertinacity, waylaid all and sundry, prying even- into the. most remote corners "of tbo-dinLrict. Four vehicles, driven by Mrs. Cunningham,. Messrs. F. A. and C; Badgery and J. Sherlook respectively, woro plaoed at. ihe dispdlsul of tho collectors." It would be invidious to mention amounts collected by. each lady, as some had better opportunities than .other?, but the total amount was £9 4s 3d. The coins were 3 half 'sovereigns, 12 hHlf»cro\vn9j 10. florin*, 28 'shillings, GO sixpences', 95 .threepono-?-*, 09 pennies, 51 half* pence. Tea was provided for ihe.collectors at the School, of Arts, and in tho evening a ajuial gathering took plac...

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