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TREAT IT PROPERLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 12 May 1906

•' TREAT IT BBOPERLiY Golds wc&kon tho lung*,- Iowpc Iho. vitality and pavo the way for n'»nnumpfcion. Pueumomn always I rosnlU/rcyn.ii calfl, or fmiu c,n flttnok of influenzh. Givt. overy cold tlio ait-ution it deservtH ;• treat it ! promptly aud prcjpoily.. AVlint^nhoulid you do?! Thore is. but ono urixWor.^Tuka Chrixnberliin'a Coiiyh Rfuiedy. It alwaysoureH. For eulo by X). I Morgan, Cbouui-t. 1 |

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Candle-Flame. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 12 May 1906

Candle-S'lCTife. - : Hust singed'thy grotty wings, poofSnbtlr? Fret not; some montlm Ibero lie That wander all tbo weary;night : \ Longiu" in vain to aeo > . The light. ' ■' Hast touched tho. soorohing flume, poor. ■ - heart? ■ Grieve not; some hearts, exist That know not, grow not to be strong, ' And weep not, having missed Tho sons. • —Helen A, Saxon, in the "Render."

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The Man Who Wanted to Work. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 12 May 1906

The Man Who Wanted to Work, The man in Ihe street lield my bicycle, 1 nliemly securo against a pillar-box, whilst { III u cigarette; and the enthusiasm he/'dis; played over that not of dovoiion fascinated ipe. His appearance wub not inviting but I had a duty to perform, So we fell- into conversation, t * ■ "Wot'B tlie good (/'polities-to the lilies o° m'e WQi'liis query in replv to a question. "[ cnn't live-on politics. ■ leant em em— nnr_ oven drink- 'cm I ' Cmii-HO. ' at lection trTnes yon can do yersclf n"bit o good ;■ but when the polling's took.place you ro no liioro than n hit o' dirt." "Yes ! and a big lilt-/too," I folt inclined to add, but-wisely refraiued. ■. "Look, now," lie continued;- I'at 'ow a mnn's treated' when 'e's down. I1 met a uent only this very mornin' as I'd iicksually worked for just' lutelyT-giviiig- away -'dud bills—an'. '<$■■ never; even, ly.ckcruised .me. 'Don't yon remember.'me; sir ?' IasI:a~'uot along .o' the Big.and Little Loaf?' raeanin' ...

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DEATH MYSTERY. JURY PUZZLED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 12 May 1906

DEATH MYSTERY. JURY PUZZL.ED. | How Mr Alfred George Bessemer, of : Cottenhara Park road, Wimbledon, came , by his death, was too hard a problem ■ for the jury to solve at the Inquest on , February 21st. • The story of his death was told by Mr ■ Stewart Urquhart, of Maiden-square, I Holland Park, who said that on the i Sunday evening: previous ho nnd Mr . Bessemer played billiards tog-ether. I Dinner was served at 7.30, and after dinner Mr and Mrs Besse ' mer and he sat round the fire in the bil J Hard-room talking and playing with Mr I Besemer's pet monkey. At that time Mr. t Besemer was' all right, and was very jolly. I About ten o'clock Mr Bessemer com plained that he was feeling tired, and ' fell asleep in .his chair by the fire. About a quarter past ten he and Mrs Bessemer played billiards together until about a j quarter past eleven, and Mr Bessemer still slept by the fire. I After he had finished playing billiards ;■ they went to the drawing-room and had music. At five minute...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 12 May 1906

HORSE CLIPplHG SEASON. E„ BRAZIER, purchased n New Chicago Horse CkIjEPPBSIG 3Sil€SS3X25« is now prepared to CLIP HORSES in any part of the district or at his own residence, Herrigang-street, Bowral. A, M. P. Soeiety. A NY one wialiinR to secure a Polioy in this world-wide known liberal Society Apply, H. MAREEAM MILLS, DISTRICT AG EST, BOWRAL. W, E, FAEItOW, votnux, ■\0®TILL undertake to collect rents, sell properties privately, ranko specifications, estimates, or execiito repairs, &c„ to buildings; insuro your property against fire, or yonrsell agaihot sickness or accidents.. Take notice that tho above is tho Agent foe tho Australian Alliance Assurunoo Coy. ROBERT S. BOLTON, Upholsterer, Cane-Worker, & General Furniture Repairer. Chairs Re-caned equal to now from 2/0 eaoh. Work at Residence 9/« per day. Work called for and delivered. Furuituro re-polifhed and repaired. PRICES MODERATE. GOOD WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. Arg-yle-street, Moss Vale (Nest door to Shipley's). ...

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AT MONTE CARLO. WICKED, BUT BEAUTIFUL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 12 May 1906

AT MONTE CARLO. ! wickejd, but beautiful. "En Passant," writes in the ''Daily Mail" of 20th January:— I Every year about this time I "hoar the South a callin'," and it will brook no denial. So I went and booked m.v tickets right through from London to Monte '.'a.V o. A raoro c.omVortable and pleasant journoy I could not possibly bo imagined. Lcav ' ing Victoria at eleven o'clock, I crossed to Calais by tho turbino Queen, and at once entered the new train do luxe, which is wctil worthy of its name. The new carriages aro far tetter than ever before, and there seems to be more room in them. where: the sun is shining. Shortly after leaving Paris dinner was served, and I can honestly say 1 have nover eaten a bolter one. Tho wagon-lit was kept at a decent tem perature all nights—for which relief much thanks. Those who have been treated as though they were rare exotics will appreciate this. It was worth going many hundreds of miles to wake up the next morn ing and see the sun shining in a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 12 May 1906

iflST BAYS LAST BAYS f. • ■ for fi chance tO'Win ^2«>S9« for i/- jgsoo'o, A Forlunefor I.'.- A Fortuna for I/, £1000 for 1/. ( PIEST V £100° for V lGREAT - £1000 for 1/. { ]• £1000 for If. Op 12 moii h-»* Tiip funnd »I.o W mM, Hrst-ol ik*,' fill ]»jii-i, Hti'i .fc'tJOn in O.ixTi f- rone person, .or-o?jrUt f»v tw,». . IS.? other Injporlam Prize*, rmigtag »n vu'.uo r • . ' . from £ 1<»_ r.lnil. . . JEIght Hourq Qroq.* JubilQQ Art Uiiion 50 Ytnirf-rtlie 01.lu-t.-nml M i.-t rnpiil <r—50 "Years, proceeds in aid of the FLispitnls and 'Public GIiht'ilica uf Australia. Prires will bo doiivcred to \vimuT-«. ■ "Freo rf nil uUuivo?4. A Hst.of \vm-*injr number-i will ho posted to.unr pHw»n SMiiflini* ifti-H»l»lr finel-ii); t» tho ?0nreH0i»ltt ivr», With'stutnp unMiUxetl. Buy fiom \ our Liic il t\).*out iw <«r buforo 28:b /lp,n(, nr Fend H i|»npi' (*vM,b <»*ehniijf.» wMijil , Toyt-tj nr P.p.M./dirn; t fo tbu r»>pro»U'Utjjtiv«v 3?lindi ra.'tt 312 ...

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A LONDON WINDOW. OVER A MEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 12 May 1906

LONDON WINDOW OVEK A M10WS. Splash! splash! It is the first I sound that I waka to, and the last 1 ' hour before J. tall asleep. The Jehus of the West are cleansing their chari ots from tlio effects of furious driv ing. Interspersed with the rhythmi cal splash! sp,lash! the strains of music-hall melodies are borne up ward to my ears, reproduced so vit ' ally and with such faithfulness that , I can see the lady of the short ex panse of skirt and considerable cx panso of log keep timo to tho lian<l with tapping heels, turning head, and fluttering hands. A face pops out of a window over one of tha coach-houses where tho vans are kept —reincarnation of Dan Lcno! Whitn sicul-pathetic us to lines, greased and tufted as to hair, tho mouth wide open bawls out the chorus in falsetto over the head of the first singer. There is some badinage between them, and tho man below shakes a drenchcd mop into tho open mouth above him; this shuts abruptly, opens again to vent the cat-calls of ...

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NIGHT SCHOOL, BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 12 May 1906

SIGHT SCHOOL, BOWRAL. Q wing to requests ha\in8 been made by tha parents of several boys, it ha3 been decided, should B sulliuient number of pupils offer ihemBelves, to form n NIGHT SCHOOL in connection with tljo District School. Uoivittl. School will be opened Ihreo ni^lita a week and will bo in charge of Mr. Wilson, first assistant. Ken la per week payable in ndvance each wjel:. Those dcairoua of linprovinf their education and intending to join thoeloa-' should 'make application afjuce to District School, Bowrul.

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LONDON AND MEGAPHONE. AN AMERICAN IDEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 12 May 1906

LONDON AND MEGAPHONE. . AN AMERICAN IDEA. The New Yory correspondent of the London "Daily Mail' ' wrote on 1st March On 1st May London will be invaded by the sightseeing motor char-a-banc, ac companied by a megaphone lecturer, ivhich is a feature of New York. Five companies arc operating here and doing a great business in showing country viators the sights by night and day— "seeing New York," it is called. A company which is coming to Lon don with fifteen motor-waggonettes is preparing to run four distinct tours around London, Including all the sights of the rich and poor quarters, the his toric and fashionable districts, and Dickcnsland. Each oar will , accompanied by a guide -with a megaphone. That guide ■will also be a comedian trained, accord ing to the New York system, to point out prominent buildings and make amusing personal comments, besides providing gossip and criticisms ivhen indicating notable houses or personages The experts will all be Londoners. The companies' operati...

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"ONE PEOPLE, ONE DESTINY." Celebration of Empire Day at Bowral, 24th May, 1906. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 12 May 1906

; V "ONE PEOPLK; ONE DESTINY." CelcM'iitibn of Empire Day at Bov/ral, 24tli May, 1908. .A.T a meeting held at the Town Hall. Bowral, ''on ,Oth May inBtant (tlio Mayor presiding), it wus resolved to celebrate Empire Day (Thursday, 2-iih May); at Bowral, in tha following manner, eo fur 119 funds will allow :— 1. Procession of School Ohildten, liended by tbe Band, from the Public School, Bowral, to Miss Oxley'a1 paddock. Children to assemble " at 10 aim. sharp. 2. Oi! arrival at the grounds Patriotic Songa, Recitations., and Addresses. 8. Presentation ot souvenir badges, prizes foi .essays, and presentation jBags. 4. Picnio &tid Sports for the children. • All children in the Bowral, Berrima, Kangaloon, arid Glenquarry districla are invited to take part in tile procedings^ and their , parenta and friends are cordially invited (of course the latter bringing their own'provisions.) Contributions in monoy or provisions ore invited from the public as it is expected that from 500 to 6...

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THE ENGLISH STAGE. EIGHTEENTH CENTURY ACTORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 12 May 1906

THE ENGLISH STAGE. EIGHTEENTH CI3NTUHY ACTORS. Mr H. B. Irving appeared in a new | role as lccturer at the Itoyal Institu tion on 13th February. His subject, writes the "Daily Telegraph," was the history of the Knglish Stage in tiio Eighteenth Century, and he dealt with his theme in n very interesting and scholarly style. Referring to the three Centuries of the stage sinec itsexistence as a part of our national life, Mr H. B. Irving said that the seventeenth century was the century of the greatest drama the world bad ever known; in the eighteenth century the interest shifted from the drama to its exponents; while the nineteenth was a century which we might venture to say would be note worthy tor the extraordinary advance made in the presentation of plays on the stage. There was one supreme reason why an actor-was drawn irresistibly to study, if he did study, the history o£ the theatre in the eighteenth century. It was in theatrical history the century of the actor, lie and not the d...

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CONSTIPATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 12 May 1906

CONSTIL'ATION. For cinatipatio:i, tliodo is nothing q/»ito «o nico aa' Clmmborluin^i 3U>:nuch ami Livor Tablutfl. Th°y. always p oduco »i phMsaut movomont of tho bowolfl^ without any cH^rcuublu effect." For au^o by l/» Morgan, Chcuy#.

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Bowral Town Orchestra. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 12 May 1906

Bowral Town Orchestra. As the ouloorae of a highly successful pnblio. meeting hul.l at the Town Hull, Bowral, on ifi'utj-; day evening, at which theMayor(AUK H, M, Oilby) p/osirleJ, the Bowral Amateur Orchostriil Society wah Buceeaalully lanticbeil us a town institution, to ,bn knn\yn for. tho future as the Bowral Town Or ch stru, There was an excellent attendan.co.of pub. . lie men anil ladies and gentleman interested in qiudicul matters. After the1 requisition convening tlierpublie, meeting had been read, Tho Mayor made a few introduotory remarka. Ho had ofteu Had tho'pleasare of liatening to their orchestra, and considered it was a soci ety of which any town could be. proud.. Its performances wore of very high uysrit. It also noted as ti very good means o£ instructing the public, as wall as tho members, in music. . But. 110 town could oxpect to havo a good .oroh'estral. society of the kind, without aiding its: existence, in a pecuniary way; aud the society; felt-it could not carr...

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THE DRAW. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 12 May 1906

THE DRAW. The draw for the tli nt rounjl resulted a* follow^:—; May l(J. — Mu.hs VaM v. Uobcrtwii at M039 Vrtlo ; MUt!\!;o:ig v. Wiiik'n Muudow at Miuagong ; Boyr&l u, byo. May 2G.— Wildo's Meadow v. Howml, at Meadow Robertson v. Mitta^ong ut KjbocUon ; Moa Vuto, a byo. June 2. — Robertson v. WildoM Moaiow; M033. Valo v. Huwral at .\l0s9 Villa ; Mittfi^anj" a byo. June 9. —NYiMu'tf Mo'ulow v Mosa Vala at WildeX MeaJow ; Mittagang v Howrul at MiiUaoiig ; ltobort* aon, a bye. Juitb 10.—liobartson v. U.nvral at Iloboriaon v Mitirtgon^ v Mos* Valo at Miltagong; Wilde's., Mea:lbw, u bye.

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St. Jude's Band of Hope. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 12 May 1906

Judo's Band of Hope. In tho abscncc of tho Rector, tho monthly meeting of tho I3and of IJopo was, on Monday evening* pre sided over by Mr. S. UobscII, vtho hns not of lf\to bcrn ueen amongst tho members. A hearty woloom'o a/vaittid himk and tho address wh,icb he gavo during tiio couho of tho ovening allowed that his interest iu tliociuso of temporauco was na keen as .over,. Tho loy mmbera ot tlv- band lyul apeeially oxertud them*. i-oWe* to prepare a gontl programme, their part song* nndrcditatiopa allowing c:\reful wnik. whilq u liuiier by .Mtrndelftjohn waq admirably,tendered, by otic of Uii'tn; Son^ uiid rccutuu>t\9 by tho girti wcr*v*tak enjoyed.,, Mr. fcJdnionda kindly eang two soloa, Mrs. BdmondB aciinj? as accompan|»t. -i Tho cecvewiry will aUvaya be glad of aRsisianca from friends ot the itiiuporancQ nuwpmenr,.Htvl will wclconva any new W'KI1,5* [°r. I bp u^llu^e, ,,

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Berrima-Camden Rugby Football Union. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 12 May 1906

Bgrrlma-Gftmilen Rugby • "" FootMll Union, r';;}Tha annual meatihg .of the above Union was hold ak;tho B.iyal Hpfe'alj Mosa Vab, on Wednesday oven»' Ling last.V. The' attendance was large, each towa'J j'boing.woll roproHontei. The chair wis oceupiod by, j Mr 8. .Whyto, tho delegates present being 'Messrs.. '.:At Salraou, H. ChitiicJc, T. Walsh, S. Goodfollaw r-{\yildo*a.: .Meadow), *0.'- Clark, 0. T. Smith; B, kXriaharo, :Jv: Oarriok, W. Payne (Ilobortson), L." kBdaVan',* V."Keith. G, Buthven, V. L. Denmeaii* '■(Bowral)', B,.Troy, B. Wobb. H, Nicholls, J. Spears 1 !;(Mittagonlj), E- Job-ison, S;wn Whyto, C. C. l*'M£Garry, J. Manna (Moss Valo), and the lion. boo. Mr. A; D. Mclhnes. •The correspondence inclndod lettera from the. Metropolitan .Rugby Union vo Country Weok in, Sydney; from the. G.oulbutn Union, and from the. Wildo'e Moadow and Hobsrtaon clubs. i Tho ropory and balanca-about of the Berrima-Oam I don Union wore read and adopted on tho motion of I'.Messra. Whyto and Speara....

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Empire Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 12 May 1906

Empire Bay, BOW It AL. inaugural meeting to arrange for tho holding of ti'h; Empire Day celebration at tiuvfrnt .was told in; the r.fo\Vn Unjl on \Vddhe.sday afternoon,- Aid; II M. Osh'-.Y (Nfn'vOi}.|i'rt>kiv(jn^f. * The!re was a moderate at* t'onilii'itcu of hl'l j^a^d:ycntlcmcn. hu't ill's jirelimin liriys go\ ti\v«i)WV wiihbui a hitch, anda lijgbly 6«CC^f\>l|.»t»ty \5 Jl'SSuVeil. . ; . ^..The dhWin^n^nficr etylainiqg the objectof the .meeting, said tli'oy would no! doubt' remembe*1 tile' successful gathering they bad last year, and it', was" thought they might do something similar'on tile oominB EmpirerJjfty.••-He-noticed, thfl .-other, towno. had held meetings and had decided to have celebt'a* Hons on a email HC&le, and he had no doiiliitlie-Bow{' ral children "would be disappointed if a picma were' ^bi'arrangei37lo wiy-ftotMrig-'ot itedeVirahleneHB ':oi ^keeping the objects o( Ernpiro Day ever before them, >A start was all (hat was needed, arid thought then the...

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Notes by "Scibbler." [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 12 May 1906

Kptcs by "Sci-ibMer.". Hospital Saturday was all that oould be desired in, . i-ppint ot weathw,and-the amount eollcatad .shows.' ; that public sympathy la in full accord with that bflnetiaont ttDvl tmiuh used institution—our Borr)mj5L District,Hospital. . • ■■■■ ' Ono pleasant feature of this one day yearly ooK leeiion busino^.H i» the willingness and the wbolo-. ' ^Ujaiiriednosso( tlio collectors. They deseive the beat, .thanks of tfip whole community. Doubtless tha' • pleasure It given them in doing a good deed.ia felt/ toy be reward en'oughj lint it is h^ard'work, all the same,' , A. Bowral ratepayer ha-* boon having a rather bad^ time lately, a fit of 'ddproaslbu han go€ hold of liinr ,p'erhap3... Ho ia afraUihat in six moniha' time our* /prettylittle torciiAvilflbse it* prettjness, and "beooma ajriumjiinggrotincl for^rubbisli, pnd.aveniually on. acauiuiilatod manure heap," to bo tabled .ia. the an-, njila of history as. "The D.werted .Village," and. jflhislWup; with the wail—"W...

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