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An Errant Wanderer. BY A BANKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 16 May 1906

An Errant Wanderer. 15y a Banker. V Amongst the most brilliant celestial spec incles which have beou witnessed for manyj guiienuions, or perhaps even, judging from , history, which Jjave ever been seen from tliis earilij tlie^grcat' comet of 1858 takes a foremost place. At> first but a mere pencil of light far,away amongst tho stars, night after night it increased in size and brilliance. Now tho nucleus is plainly vinible, about the apparent size and luminosity of a Bt ar of the second or third magnitude; now it is as bright us Sirius or Jupiter; and now it ex ceeds any s'ar or planet in apparent size ; the long train too continuing to increase in length and in vivid lustre. Still tipproi ohing nearer and nearer to the oat th with an alarming rapidity, esti mated at nearly n million miles an hour, in a few wecltB tho head has attained, a size approaching that of the moon, shining too with a somewhat similar light, whilo the biilliant luminous train, calculated to be nearly two hu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 16 May 1906

Hill Hro=., Umvial, for baotn. For ChiWrcn's Hacking Coiij?h nt Siijlif, Wuo.fs'Grout l'oppennint Cure.: ■ la Cd.

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Lawn Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 16 May 1906

;V.:;Xa^ii;;Tei!inis; ' On Saturday- afternoon a pleasant, time was spent'on the courts of the Miltagong Lawn Tennis Club, when a match was played between the Mittagongand Picton clubs, the latter winning by .nine games. There were about" 30 fiiends present to witness the match, the play at times be coming very exciting. During the;after noon the ladies of the local club entertain ed the visitors and players at afternoon' tea, which was much enjoyed. The vis itors left by the evening train well pleased with their outing. Scores■ PlCTON, MlTTAGONG. F. Shell and L. Parry v. E. A. Cottee and L. Crommelin, 6—4 F. Horniman and Graham v. H. Whiter man and H. Coffey, 6—1 • : Misses Lawrie and Graham v. Misses D. ' Middleton and "E. Whiteman, 5—6 Misses M. Graham and Pickard v. Misses M. Payton and I-Iorniman, 3—6 : Miss Lawrie' and'Graham v. Miss D.: Middleton.and H. Coffey,-6—5 Miss M. Graham and F. Horniman v. Miss Horniman and H. Whiteman,5— 6 Miss Pickard arid F. Sheil v.' Miss M. Payt...

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Empire Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 16 May 1906

Empire Bay. The hon secretary- reports that - good progress is being'made for the programme on th'e 24t'1,' A,.:6onVrni':':ee of ladies have kindly undertaken the refreshments, arid hope, to 'provide,a lunch for the: children on the picnic grounds; contributions in money or provisions are kindly solicited. The Mayor is offering a valuable prize for the essays, Mr.- Innes-Noad has also given a.handsome bound volume, entitled "Life of the Duke of ; Wellington Mr. K. Drescher a: boy's-gtiri . metal watch value 155, and; :tl;e committee another prize value 7s 6d. all of which will be dis-' played in,'Mr.. Drescher'S window. . A new feature in tlic procession will be a boys' pony brigade,, with floral wands and flags, under the charge of two marshals. •

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 16 May 1906

T5|0 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 determination: to insist on QUALITY being the first consideration in .our business/ and also on keeping PRICES right. . No Order too Large, - None too Small. TAYLOR BROS. MOSS VALE. THE ILE,M>IK« S'i'OItU,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 16 May 1906

'IRE.VT IT PKOPEftLY. CoMi wcftkon:tlio lunyHj lower-tho vitality, nnd pavo i!ift way for consumption. Pneumonia i\lvayg rnsultH from u ooH, or from an nttnolc of influonza. Gir-ovory cold tbo lUfc nti fM it doscrvtM; " trout>it promptly uiul properly. Wlmt bhould you do? Tnoro i« but onu ansuor^ Tuko GhamborHu'd Co ii{h • Remedy.: It nhvny* ourus For u»Uo by. D. Morgan, ChcuitKt. • • Oilcloth—73 in«U wiilth; .gooJ <puttems,:. 8;jocia* valuo 5/0 yurJ.at liill Utos. • v

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Accidents. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 16 May 1906

Accidents. On Wednesday afternoon Inst a sad acci dent happened to Mr. M. Morgan, one" of the oldest resideuta of Barrengairy. He was engaged in sawing a willow trea which jutted out over a ten feet high bunk when he overbalanced aud fell on. a small, stone, breaking his back between the shoulder blades. He lingered till Thursday afternoon, theu pnssed away. Deceased was 75 years; of age, and was moat highly respected throughout the district. A painful accident, which fortnately was not attended by very serious results, occurred at Bowral on Saturday. Henry Gregory, a young son of "Mr. and Mrs. W. Gregory, of Bowral, was driving a cow along Bowral-street when a couple" of dogs rushed .out and barked at-the horse he was riding, startling the'animal, which commenced to bolt/ The. brave little horsernan did;his best to bring/his steed under control, but the . stirrup lea ther breaking he was thrown on to- the road, sustaining a nasty gash.on his skull behind the ear. Miss Masters came ...

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Hospital Saturday Collections [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 16 May 1906

Hospital Saturday Collections The general secretary (Mr. W. Stokes) informs us that he has received the ; re turns from .A voca and Yarrunga ; while only one more return remains to be sent in, viz., Penrose. ; . We are informed that there will be no collection from Kareela this year; Avoca.—The local secretary (Miss M. Seery) reports that a house-to-house canvas was taken up by Miss Turnbull, i amounting to £1 -3s. .1 Yarrunga.—The local secretary (Mr.! J. Johnson) reports that Miss. Linda i Johnson collected 6s. ojd for this year, 1 and 7s gd for 1905;. We may explain that last year's box was not returned for some months, and when the.general secretary received it he was given to understand that it contained very little, so that'he did not open'it until the box was required for this year's collections, and then he was pleasantly surprised to find that it contained 7s .gd, which with this year's amount makes a total of 13s 9|d for Yarrunga. The total collections to date, amount to £...

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Our Pleasure Resorts. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 16 May 1906

Our Pleasure Resorts. Tho linn. W. MuCmirt. M.UA., hns kindly for .warde'd tn the pres» tho fallowing oiliuiu) corivspon* " denco for publication : — Department of Landy. Syd«. liny, -it!i May, 1900.—Sir, referring to previous coi rn^pondcnce ie-«i)cetinn your nq-.est that a report bo obtained from the Mountain Unserves. Committee (\IiiP9rH. Fmher, Harper. and Smith) on Fiuroy Fiills recreation ^uiuml, lJarrcnj>arry iMi];, Do! mora Full-», atnl tho Ttuu -latmon locrcaliou reserves. I have the honor to, inform you tbal the Secretary fat Lands lias approved of the coomitJce'p i fonnnmnd;* ti^ns as to urania to tho subject utc is fa' thid year boinu Riven effect to, atul vouMhtm f.»r JK00 for F;t/. roy Falls recreation ground. JJiiO fir liarron^uny. puik. ilchmire F»»Ms. and t'!50 for Uundunoon reorea lion reserve No. I-lUOtJ me accordingly being insued to lliu iruafiury and tne iulrisr<i. —I liavu ftuMionor, ore., lvoneri mclmubui, Acting Under. Secretary..,

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Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 16 May 1906

Robertson. (From a Correspondent). A well attended meeting was held in the Sohool of Avts'on Friday afternoon lust to decide what stops should be taken to Celebmto Umpire -Dny. Mr. Litehlielil presided, and Mr. Keebla acted as secre tary. It was decided that a similar f motion to that of last year bo lipid, and that Pl easant Ground, Fountaindalo, and Yarrawa Schools' be asked to co operate. The childron and parents will meet at the public xcliool, Robertson, at 11 o'clock on the morn ing of the 21th, whon a short entertainment in the shape of songs, recitations, etc., will be given by the children ; after this eomo speeches will bo mado by townspeople. An adjournment will then bo made to the Green, where refreshments, provided by tho paronts, will bo partaken, andduring the afternoon games, racing, etc., will be indulged in. Provided the weather turns out right a real good time is an ticipated. Tbo Robertson footballers entertained themsclve8 and tho publio at a less Btronuous game...

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Mr. McGregor in Explanation. To the Editor "Wollondilly Press." [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 16 May 1906

Mr. McGregor in Explanation. To tho Editor "Wollocdilly Fraas." Sir,—At the last meeting of the Moss Vale Fire Brigade Board meeting the Mayor referred to the previous meeting when he requested Mr. D. McGrogor to apolugine for an insulting message ho had sent. These were the facts:—I was nt work at Mrs. Shipley's, when council olerlt'a son called and said Dr. Jones is waiting for yoa fit the fire brigiide station ; I said, "What for?" The reply was, "There is a meeting of the fire brigade board, and youare to come now; I then replied, "I have not beeu notified of such, and Dr. Jones can go to the , he will not command ins." At tho next meet ing, as stated, Dr. Jones naked me to apolo gise. I told him if lie did not know tho difference between a request and a demand I did, and I would give the rebuff to n bet ter mini than he. I was explaining this to a gentleman. I asked, "Who ought- to apologise He said. "Ho ought, for send ing such a message." Mr. Badgery asl.ed how^Mr. McGregor c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 16 May 1906

BURNS AND SCaLIV. Evon tlio nbtfht*st bum or ^onld \t11 vniea n bli«t or,s H ul ofrosi luad t«> n painful and olnonio s^re. In* B'limly lifuu* a burn, upply Oh m WliimV I'ftin: Balm, whioh will tolicvo the juit t .uid inmost! o-ito.s pruvout i ho formation of n bli.<»oL* or aor»\; .No. or tin »ry a ei lout in bo bkel.r to lend to riauudrotia rt*ulfc>. as a hum or *u:ild, »f Ch:imb*rlaliiV Pain Halin wuh jjjod for nothing ela*, it would ill he n rnmcdy ihnt n »hmsohold fluuld nvtjr be with* out. Tor <j lo by D. Marfan, Chum;, t. • '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 16 May 1906

3E°0B SULIUES nnd other Vehicles, Saddla'ry inid Harneaa, none bolter than ut X. BROWNLOW S ' Federal Ooachbuilder, Moss Vale. 2E AM ft CASH' BUYER of Hides, Skins, and Wool. Marsupial Skina in any quantity.—(J. F. LYNCH, Artjyle-Btreet, Moss Vale: TF60WRAL STOCK SALE.-WEDNESDAY, 10th Muy, nt 1.30 p ni. sharp, at GraingerM New Yards. Bowrul. J. GOODI'ELLOW & Co. will sell by uuolion at Grainger's New Yards, Bowral, on above dale, 50 Uoad Mixed Stock. SOO ACRES FREEHOLD, 4 miles railway, small house, well fenced, watered ; £1 10i per,auto ; £100 down ; easy terms. Apply—G. F. LYNCH, Moss Vale. _ . . •garORSE RUGS, Homo Rugs. Agency for the Aberdeen Registered Brand, also my. own special make, all at Sydney prices.—T. BROWNLOW, Federal Harness Depot, Moss Vale. £[3}-LE>.TWOOD FARM. 220 acres freehold, 300 young fruit trees, 4,000 strawberry plants, 9 room residence, plenty water, J mile from railway and public school; pries £400. Apply—G. F. LYNCH, Moaa Vale. TO PAIiMTERS. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 16 May 1906

MoT 11 Kit NAU'KK, M.P. ; "W'l^n s,,J!'orinv ftorn n emiirh on'.'"l', you wfinf; to tabu 1 !• •• v • >mV '>n^h ILomrfly. It uots on .Nature V L'1 n by u,« ooM, relieving tho jim'S"■! km* oxjn'inorilion rn*y. Pi-.tt*»nt to m (1 a'uu s cunt*, If-»r Balo by D. itit, .

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Band of Hope. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 16 May 1906

Band of Hope. The monthly meeting of tho Mosb Vale Bnnd of Hope wua held iu tho Church of England Schoolroom last week, Mr. 'Crick presiding in tho nls'iioe of tlio Bov.. A. 0. Mosley. Tho'. attendance was very good, aud the programme given was heartily en joyed by nil 1 present, several exceptionally good pieces , l)cin-{ encored. ; Early, in the evening the chairman gave a very; helpful address, which was listened.to with in I meat. The programme was as followslimita tion, "Grand pa pa's Spectacles," Mildred Brown; recitation, "The English , Lan guage," Miss Daisy Moffutt (encore, "No. thank you, Tom ; " recitation, ''Wedding," Annie Handley; recitation, "How a Child Helped," Maugio Burns ; ' recitation, "Tho Little Black Ant," Mabel. Hand)ey ; recita tion, "The Tipler's Fright," Ro3e Brown, (encore, "Tho Dying Child's Wish recita tion, "Jaok Horner's Followers," Maggie Burns r~song,-Mildred Bowon ; recitation, "Little Mary Jano," Jane Burns. A hymu and the Benediction brought a m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 16 May 1906

Woods' Great Peppermint Curo, For Coughs and Culds, never fuila. Is 6J,

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Municipal Election. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 19 May 1906

- Municipal Election. Very little interest was taken in the election of an DJderman to fill tho vacancy in tho Mnss Vale council, caused by tho retirement o! Aid. Lackey. Two nominations were received—those of Messrs. Harley Hixson and Duncan McGregor-bat it has transpired that Mr. D. McGregor, one of the candi dates, had been nominated without his consent htiv ing been obtained, and he forwarded a letter to tho Mayor in which ho (Inclined io stand. Wednesday Inst was public nomination day, but tho attendance at the Town flail at noon was small, displayinR once again tho apathy of the public with regard to municipal matters. Dr. .Tones, tho Mayor, read tho ; two nominations, after which hft announced that Mr. McGregor had withdrawn from tho contest, and he therefore formally declared Mr. Harley L- flix* son duly elected an alderman of the council. Sub sequently the Mayor proposed tho health of Aid Hixson, and welcomed him to tho council. Aid. Hixson returned thanks to the ratepayers...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 19 May 1906

■ We have received from Eyesight,. Mr. W. E. Toose, the how to eminent Optician,of 422 Fake Care George Street, Sydney, of it. a book on the above subject; it iB well and .ueidly written. He there explains ;ho various defects, the causes and ouroa, and furnishes important infor mation and practical suggestions how the eyesight may bo preserved. Mr. Toose has devoted 32 years to tb# study of the oye and taken the highest degree poseibb in America and Eng land. His viowB are, therefore, those of a speoialist and should be welcomed by all. The book referred to contains simple oharts whereby anyone oan teat thoir own sight. It oan be ob tained free from tho Author, and wa utrongly recommend you to wi4o at oaoo for one. Tte "BAISY" SHEflBIMB BSACHINE Is Absolutely the Best Machine on 1906. Narrow Grip Dais Writ® for Pricas and Particulars. 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 practica...

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CHAPTER II. THE PLAYERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 19 May 1906

CHAPTER II. The Players. At the quiet little hostelry where John Loftus hud taken up his resi doiico in Portsmouth, there was nothing ubovo the ordinary routine of hoii'l life to disturb him. He was well ciived for, ivud tho plaeo suited him. ricvorol d.ivs luul passed f-iiicc liis;ftr(i\'iil-,;a,hcl liJ ]M4>Sen busy, un ostentatiously making inquiries for the daily which lie-represented; On this evening he had been leisurely sitting over. Jiis notes, twirling the pen in'his lingers,''and-slowly re lapsing into a'brown study. '. His thoughts ran to the evening before lie left Loudon, and of tlie queer incident' which befell him fit.midnight on the embankment. 'JL'he pleading voice of the woman, as: she vainly entreated the man she called husband to give her and their child protection, rang in his ears. Ilow well lie remembered that voice, and her face too; he had known her in an 'instant. Times of care and suffering' had done much to blot ' out the childish • beauty she possessed...

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Published by Special Arrangement. When the...Wicked Rise. A Thrilling Story of Love, Intrigue and Adventure. [COPYRIGHT.] BOOK II. CHAPTER I.—(Continued). A MIDNIGHT TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 19 May 1906

Publiehed by Special iiiuanguinent, A Thrilling Story of Love, Intrigue and Adventure. -By... pFedsrie ttliddomson. [COPYRIGHT.] BOOK II.J CHAPTER I,—(Continued). A Midnight Tragedy. But a tall, slim figure,'hastily1,dis carding himself of superfluous , cloth ing,, rushed towards him. With ati oath, the husband turned and ran, and the stranger, taking a header from the bank, fought. for his own life and another's, amidst the flotsam and getsam of the Thames' dark waters. At first his efforts were un rewarded. Ho had a difficulty in seeing anything, and the current was strong. Tiien, ahead, he caught a glimpse of something white, and with a few strong strokes, he had soon reached the objeot. A minuto or two later lie reached tho bank, with a dripping • little bundle in his arms. The woman's screams had soon brought a crowd, and willing' hands assisted him to land. The frantic young mother, gathered her child to her breast, crying hysterically. Her son's deliverer looked long and'ster...

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