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

M1TTAG0NG. Before Uesaft M. Butler and W. Jonec, Ja.P,, on Tuesday. Joseph Irvine.was charged by tho polioo with cruelly ill-trratin('( a hor-p. Mr. I'aino nppoared for the prosecution, and MY. W. A. Riohardaon, of Par rapaaUa, (or tho defendant. Senior-Const. Spencer stated that on tho 5lh ' April lie culled at.Cambridge's, at Barpo, and was shown a mate; «hc was in tmoh a condition that she oould scarcely stand, and Bcomcd to bo fairly broken down through over-work. She was very much tuoked up'und swollen uoar tho tshonldora, and appeared to be an sore as a boil. Ho saw tho mare about a fortnight afterwards, und alio wan in much ; tha sawo condition : ehf? could nnly hop along. Jamea-Chant, a fanner, residing at Cro&s llouds, pt&ted that ho had a mure hclonjpnn to his father running on his farm, which on - the 31st March he lent-to (?dorge I«yine {tho dofcndnut'* Hon,n boy nbout 1") years of %'$)* "e saw t'«n mare at Hambiidue'a on iho following Tuesday, Hid April ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 12 May 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 deteFminati'oj^ to insist on .QUALITY bpin^ the . ;. ; first consideration.in .our. business,;, and also on keeping PRICES .right. Efo ©refer- too JLargo, JSToaae too Snaali,. TAYLOR BE,OS. S'i'ttKK, SVfOSS VALE.

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A MOTHER'S RECOMMENDATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 12 May 1906

A MOTH13U*8 RECOMaiKND.VHON. Mrs. Mary Grav, WayfUira (N S.W.), writes: — Coutih Hornby lms a nplundid repu tation id thi* di'tritfi, ami L kii'w of many cuscw ; wlr ro Hciitt- C'loup and Hro»(j'«iti.H liavo boon cured. I hud been a sulVo;oi- fr« m Uronohiul Ahtlnuu f>r oritiy yu:»r«,l tiud imwr f<jund any treatment. that , ivould r'o ir vo me, ui til I e.otntncn' ud tilting Cham •VwrJain'- C»njrh liomecly/nii-l that completely cured too. It hua ncvor fnilnl to eu"> rniwhs or chest {Hirnpluinki anions tho imunhcrri (if my f uitly. I ' fclways • 1:$ p ' r*°' oT' Cli »m' o '•lin'H Cough jieimdy in u u • , » = ••. '-v- ul.l aivitto all mothers ' to do likevr ce. ' For a.tlv by J>. Margin, Chomkt. , F.irm implements and produce, at low j-atesvat |3ros., Bowral.

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

For,C^rotuc GHchi WdoJs* Gro.ii

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

Wedding Eells. A quiet but exceedingly pretty weeding was ooloT tiratejl 'at tho Chippendale Methodist Church on "Wednesday, in the presence ol a number of friends • li'nd well-wisherPj'thia contributing parties' being Mr. :&eorgo Wesley Stewart, only son of Mr. and Mrs. ■Georgo.fStewart^ " Clydevillo," Mittngonp, and Miss Iiachel; Mitchell, second daughter of Mr. Mitchell, of Islington," PiotohV " 1'lic Rev. John Penman was the officiating clorgyman. Tha ..bride was charm ingly attired in a costume of piilo green voilo richly trimmed with cream ltico, and white felt hat to .match'. _ Miss Edith Mitchell (the bride's sister) at tended. as.bridesmaid, hercostumo being blue voile trimmed: with fetenin>:Iaea, and white fele'hat to miitcli;."- "i'he bridpgrobrn was attended by Mr. Arthur Mitche|\^aavbeet. tniin I The b'rido-wore a bsBbtiJt)lrgbld muiftobaib;* tlie gift of iha'liridcgioom, whoso present to tile bnilodnmitl was a handsome' gold bracelet... 1'hd happy couple...

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

For. Oliililiori'K llaoUIiiK-.OodRli ni Ni^li ••••-.••ct \Xoo.ls'iv^,n;iu\iul (.|Urf( la liil. .

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

Ma^^iucT In^tallivtiQii. A thoroughly, enjoyable evening was aponi at the lodge room of the Lodge Curnarvou, Bow ral, on Monday""ntglit,! when" some thirty-six bt'othren were present to witnoss the installa tion of Bro. ,T. W. Loaeby as WojralnEul Itaator and the investiture of tho remaining nihceM of the lodge, the gathering-including visitors from Mittayona; Mo3s Vale,-Sutton Forest,'and Syd ney.' -Wor. Bro. W. ft. Jones acted" as instal ling mastor, and he was assisted by Very Wor. Bro-. W. T. Fruaor.aud \Yor. Bro. Culm aou.- The officers inStalledjTeru :—W-.Ivlv, Bro, J, \V'. Loseby j I.P-.AT., Bro. W. H. Jones S;\V., Bro. J. Stokes ; J. W., Bro. P. "Lough ; chaplain, Bro. 0. Ferguson ; troasuror, ■ Bro. "Ebb. Davis; secretary. Very Wor. Iiro- \V T Fraaer ; d.D., Bro. II. Salmon ; J.D., Bro. AY. Loftus : I.fL', Bro. W. J. Somervillo; O.G., Wor. Bro. E. Davidson ; steward, Bro. E 'Taj lor. An eicollwnt bunquot wan partaken of-, Mrs. Jones having catored in firBt-claaa stylo. Afte...

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Hospital Saturday Collections [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 12 May 1906

Hospital Saturday Collections Since our last issuo tho following additional amounts have been reuuive.1 : — Gilenquarry.—Collectod by Misses Florunco Wood and Ruby Norman 16a Old, Masters Goorgo Rudgo and Norbert Jones lis 2kl, and box No. 20 Is 3d. - " Miss' B.ortha Murray collected; £1 Cs a,fc Oan y.anliejgh. • Thiabrmgs'th'e total' collodion to £144'15a 9id, and savaral small returns are stilL to, come in. . '•" . -| Miss Hinos, of M033 Valo, has \s;on tho tro plxy presented by Mr. Evans for highest district oolloctor, and Miss Warren that for highest col lection at Bowral. .. . v In tho list n£ Bowral collectors last issue: "Mis3 Stone" was orrouaously inserted for Miss May Grovo.

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

Salvation Army.. To raise money {or the officers' salary fund throughout the States, special efforts were made in each corps. Boivial corps decided to hold a Basket Social, an'd willing hands were bunily engaged malting tho baskets, and filling them with dainty edihled enough For two, and bucket and contents, with cups of ten, were charged one shilling. After an open-air service on MJnday evening, a meeting . was hold in the Oddfellows' Hall. - Company songn and ■ solos were rendered and testimonies Hiven, amongst them being one from Lieutenant Napper, who farewelled from B.r.vrnl about four years ago for ilio training home. She is now on, furlough iH her parents' place at Burradoo. Ijieutenant Nipper's last appointment was Tliurs'lay IsliinB, a liitlo place two miles across and five. miles', around. Here are people of many classe.yihd the work is difficult.; but it is cause for thankfulness that.some'good'io being accomplished on that, island. At tho;closq of the mooting the basket...

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

ANTED, situation by respectable lad bb Groom ot Gardner. Apply this Office. 2L»0ST, April 2511], GREENSTONE BROOCH, bstwoen Laurel/Park and Burradoo Station. Howard. Laurel P:irk,.;Burrudoo. J. GOODFIjjLLO.W.. &.CQ; will sell this day (Saturday) fit tlieir Mart at 2 p.m. 10 Store Pigs, Bacon, Lard, Vegetables, Fruit, Poultry, die. ■ ^£*OR SULKIES, and ..other- Vehicles, .Saddlery, sod Har'noss", none botferthan dt T. BROWNLO.W'S Federal Ooachbuilder, Moss Vale. 3; AM a CASH BUYER of Hides, Skins, and Wool, Marsupial. Skins in any quantity.—Ci, F. LYNCH, Argyle-Btreet, Moss Vale. TFEOWRAL STOCK SALE. —WEDNESDAY, 16th May, at 1.30 p.m. sharp, at Grainger's New Yards Bowral. J. GOODFELLOW & Co. will sell by auction at Grainger's New Yards, Bowral, on above date, 50 Head Mixed Stack. £5©Q> ACRES FREEHOLD, i miles railway, small house, well fenced, watered ; £110a per acie ; £100 down; easy terms. Apply—G. F. LYNCH, Mo«s Vale. "^IMPOUNDED at Bowral'on. the 8th of May, ...

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

'90S. Absolutely the Best Machine i Narrow Grip Dais writs for Pricas and Pariicu!ars. 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 t'.plceep during a long term of years j^achSweryJnsf'ructSon School, We invite owners or their employees, to attend our School of Instruction, where they will learn, free of cost, how to erect and run the Machinery, sharpen Combs and Cutters, and drive an Engine. OVERCOATS Just like This 25/ XX XX XX XX .XX ■ , ' -— XX Please write for Samples of tho Materials XX we suPP'y a' ^5/-. Every Size Stockod. XX We Deliver Free all parcels of XX DRAPERY, CLOTHING, BOOTS, &c., XX to any town in New' South Wales. ■ XX XX XX XX XX XX XX HORDERN BROTHERS, ..Federal Clothiers.. 203, 20B, 207, 209, 211 Jt' Burgon ''.'Shearing H/iaohirae Company, —— 9' HAMILTON:' STREET, SYDNEY. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX...

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Eyesight, how to Take Care of it. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 12 May 1906

Eyesight, : . how to. Take Care - of it. ' We have received from Mr. W. E. Tooso, the oniinent Optician, of 422 George Street, Sydney, a book ou tbo above aubjeet; it is well and . . lucidly written. Ho tliore explains tlio various defects, the causes and i. cures, and furnishes important illforr ' mntion and praotical suggestions how tlio eyesight may he preserved. Mr. . Toosa has devoted 82 yoara to the study of thu ayo and taken the highest degree poaoibb in America and Eng land. His views are, therefore, those of a specialist and should be welcomed by all. l'ho book reforred to contains simple charts whereby snyono can test their own sight. . It oan bo ob tained freo from tlio author, and w« strongly rooommond you to \rrita at ono« foe oas.

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BLASPHEMY AND FRAUD. TWO RELIGIOUS IMPOSTORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 12 May 1906

BLASPHEMY AND FRAUD. . TWO HKLK5IOUS IMrOSTORS. I The St. Tetersburg correspondent of ■ the Loudon "Daily Mail" writes In that ' piiper of February 17th:— I The Oclita- district outside St. rcters I burg .has provided another sensation,. | one in which the localpolice, backed.by ..■the Holy Synod authorities, arc display ing incomparably wore zeal than in .■their efforts to disclose the fate or whereabouts of the missing Englishman, | Mr Charles Webb. . | The case is one of blasphemy ' and ■: [ ignorant credulity, and the curtain will v , be raised oil it in tlie police courts dur ing the next'few days. The eulprits are a good-looking , girl named Smirnovn, I and a man named Shcmentoff, -both of the peasant class. They will be charged with.imposition, fraud, blasphemy, and, on other counts, Smirnovn for posing as ! the Virgin Marj*, and her accomplice for passing himself off as the Apostle Paul. ! Smirnova and her accomplice took up their quarters in an apartment which they fitted o...

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APRIL FOOL'S CLAIM. SLEEPY GENTLEMAN'S' DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 12 May 1906

APRIL FOOL'S CLAIM. ! SLEEPY GENTLEMAN'S' DIS I CO VERY. The "Express' correspondent wrote from New York on 17th January:— The new goldfield named Manhattan in' Nevada was discovered by George Humphrey, a cattleman, who last April I Fool's Day started out from ; Tonopah for Belmont, a settlement some distance to the north-east. i At noon he dismounted for a rest and fell asleep. As he awoke Ills eye fell , on a piece of rock which looked gold bearing-. He saw it had come from an outcrop not far away, aud, carrying the specimen back to Belmont, had it as sayed. I It was found to contain over L200 in gold to the ton, whereupon Humphrey hurried back with his brother to the out crop, and they staked out the April Fool claim on the original discovery, as well as other claims, and named the district Manhattan. A few other prospectors drifted in, but not until a load of ore from the Humphrey brothers' claims; worth L800 a ton, reached the railway lit Tonopah a few Weeks ago was attention d...

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HE DIDN'T MIND. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 12 May 1906

HE DIDN'T MIND. I One. Sunday a lady wont into a church In & 1 town to which she was .a stranger, and asked to bo Bhown to a scat. A .gentleman, con ducted Iter to a back scat In the gallery, the • only other occupant, at the time being an old I gentleman,-who roso to let hor pass. , I It was somewhat dark, and tho lady, as ! sho shook her skirts nnd settled down, had a I, horrlhlo suspicion that sho was sitting on something besides the cushion. Sho put out (her hand,, and drew forth the sad remains of a silk hat. /'Oh," slip said to the old gentleman, "I beg your pardon. I'm so sorry.", ^ V Tho old gentleman looked nt the melancholy ruin, and replied that it could not bo helped, j "Oh, it's truly generous of you to say so," j enfd the lady, "but I'm afrafd you're anaxy." | "Not in the least," said the old gentleman, straightening out tho hat, and placing it un der, the seat; "you see, it's not my hat, Jt belongs to tho gentleman who 'showed you

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BOOK II. CHAPTER I. A MIDNIGHT TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 12 May 1906

' : BOOK II. CHAPTER I.' ■ A Midnight Tr^oedt, Tli'e Tlmuio's-Embankment by mid nights With his bands deep in the pockets of liis' great coat, which is ■ tightly buttoned rmnitl liis toll figure, a man saunteis slowly along. Sil liouetteil by .the faint hght-of th< street lamps, his great height i• accentuated.by Ins spareneBS. A tlnoh board and a low-drawn liat com pletely hide his features. .Apparently he is deeply engrossed in thought, and his listless stops show that lie has no fixed destination in view. Suddenly, however; his wits are brought back by the sharp toni-a of :,a, man and a woman, raised in altercation. Ho , stops abruptly, and remains hidden m a deep shadow. Something seems to compel him to listen. The man and his companion approach, and then halt in close; proximity to where the person in the great coat has taken up his position. "Yes," said the woman's com panion, laconically, "and now tha you have found me, what will you do?" ' Do? do ? what can I do ?...

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CHAPTER VIII.—(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 12 May 1906

CHAPTER YIII.-r-r(C,o«{j?ii(^).. " My dear. Jaoomb," answered his companion, "as'yoii have already ro- j marked,- this little business is one we need be especially careful over, else wo may be placing our own nocks within the noose. But I think'my plan a slightly better one, while not interfering with yours. . Why not allow our friend, Dudley Grey, to re main comfortably at home at' Wheat loigh ' and so receive his visitors, ovon though they may prove un welcome. My proposal is tliis. Grey lias so Jong been a prisoner that the probability is ho would allow a whole day to pass, and never give a thought to trying the door. ; Well,'having made arrangements for the Arrival of the j>olico in the district, contrive, with out his knowledge, to shoot baok the bolls of his cell door. " It is a hundred chances to one that lie will not dis cover his opportunity for. quitting; In the course of investigations, havin" their attention centred, in the'district" uigi police will soon searoh the b...

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

De liss a> rj£a@KST^ Sp# FUfJMISH THROUSHOU? \Jz—' S"^ Private Residences, Hotels, Restaurants, Boarding **tc4fe^<ar'«i.3,. <JW!S»« Houses, Offices, &c. m fggi Contracts for Cash or Easy Termo. 556 & 558 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY, Opposite St. Andrew's Cathedra!. ! [ )T f;'jl r M t\ :> 1I \ 1 ] f I i ' siiLHrr. ISxdiUMf Wima y«Q havo proved the value d Sunlight Sss? yord villi fcu equally satisfied If yoa try Monkey Brand for scouring met W. Gluyas, Manager. Butter. Just Published. Tables of Commercial Butter Computations, • BY PERCY A. SCARR. For the use of Creameries, Butter Factories, and all those interested in the manufacture of Butter, and the Dairying Industry. Voted by all Factory ftflanautira who are using it to be a. great Labour Saver anti indispensable. Prace £2 2s« '' Bonnd !□ leather, printed on extra strong papet. . MgCARRON, STEWART & CO., PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS, : ii PIT T STREET. SVI^TV gBflrORTflMT MOT8GEJ Henderson...

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LOST! THE KOH-I-NOOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 12 May 1906

LOST! ; ! I5.V1 THE KOH-I-NOOR. . No matter what the occasion, mention of Prince Duleep Singh, whose case-baa again been occupying the attention of the Court, always brings to mind stories of the famous XCoh-i-Noor, that price-, less jewel surrendered by tho Sikhs to Queen Victoria: Visitors look for it in the jewel-room in the Tower; but it is never there. It la represented by paste. A not inconsiderable history of India might bo written around that stone. A bloody history it woukl be. The wonderful thing Is that the dia mond, after all the thrilling- adventures to which It had'led while coveted by In dian Princes, came by Its strangest mis chance while in British keeping. Lord Lawrence had charge of it in India prior, to its being brought homo to England. * One day it was missing—the most fa mous diamond In'the whole world ap peared to have been stolen, . Weeks elapsed before it was discov ered ; and then it was found, in an .old cigar-box beside the 'bed of, Lord Law rence. It ha...

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