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RIOT IN MADEIRA. UNPOPULAR DOCTOR FLIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 31 March 1906

MOT IN MADEIRA. UNPOPULAR DOCTOR FLIES. The Funchal correspondent of the Loudon "Daily Mall" wrote on 19th January:— Previous reports of plague and riots In Madeira, which were quite unfounded, led last night to a popular demonstration, the Immediate cause of which was the news that In spite of the clean bills of health granted by the consuls, the Government mail steamer from Lisbon to the Azores would pass Madeira. The Commercial Association demanded that this anomaly should bo rectified, aud derided the competence of the health officers. A crowd assembled and was advised to disperse peacefully, but inter on stoned the house of one of the doctors. The police were called out, and In the disturbance which followed wounded two unoffending men. The doctor who had been attacked war. smuggled aboard a cruiser. To-day nil the shops wee closed and lousiness was suspended by way of protest. In spite of the. alleged epidemic which has been going on for six weeks, statistics prove that only t...

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
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DOG FASHIONS. LINEN COLLARS AND TIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 31 March 1906

DOG FASHIONS. LINEN COLLARS AND TIES. There has long been an "entente cor dlale" ln_ fashions. Parisian men can scarcely be distinguished from London clubmen, and the smart Englishwoman is a Parlslenne to the tips of her dainty gloves; There has how_begun an inter change of civilities in dO£ fashions. ' The dog-outfitter in .Burlington Ar cade, who created a mild sensation, at Christmas time by displaying 'dogs' boots, tailor-made coats, collars, and footwarmers, in his window, is now re ceiving orders'from Paris for "smart tweeds." The dogs' coats made in Paris n re a little too fanciful, and the French ladles who own "bulidogues" have developed a taste for tweeds and shepherd's plaids with which to dress their, pets. They have discovered that even a toy "bull dogue" feels deeply humiliated at hav ing to appear In public In a bright scar let coat lined with satin, and provided "with a pocket from which peeps a tiny handkerchief. The manager informed an "Express" representative that...

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ELECTIONEERING GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 31 March 1906

'In America everything can bo done by moans of money. In England iio thing can bo done without money. Tho two - things aro quite different. Tho. first denotes a stato of degenera tion,- a reduction of tho formuda of lifo to a aolo common denominator money. Tho other Is u simplo ac knowledgment nf tlie fact that monev is a..universal, factor' in life "Tri buna." Rome. It; is a well-known fact In the lint trade that there Is a difference of'two . sizes between the average hats' worn 111 Birmingham aiul Glasgow, and it Is generally- conceded that the average size In Birmingham Is smaller than In any other town in the kingdom.

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ELECTION ITEMS. LITTLE COINCIDENCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 31 March 1906

ELECTION ITEMS. LITTXiE COINCIDENCES. In Mid-Lanark Captain Campbell (U.) has just distinguished himself by hiring a special train from Glasgow to Wlshaw to address a "dinner-hour workmen's meeting.. He proposed going by motor, but his car broke down at the last moment. .The workmen cheered him for his enterprise on his arrival. ADVERTISING HIS lUVAJj. An amusing Incident happened in the Rye. division of Sussex. While the ehaffeur was repairing the damaged tyre of the Liberal candidate's motor-car, a supporter of the Conservative candidate crept up .under cover of- the darkness, and pasted Conservative postors on the car. Next morning it was discovered that the Liberal candidate had been displaying bills urging the electors to vote for his opponent. . RACE ACROSS THE WORLD. Mr Jellicoe, who is hurrying home from Australia to take his place as Liberal candidate for the Walton division of Liverpool, has reached Brindisi, and hopes to get to. Liverpool by Saturday. ■ The Liberals.are a...

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HOMELY FARE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 31 March 1906

HOMELY FARE. Cold Tongue In Jelly.—Required: A pickled ox tongue, one dozen pepper corns, a blado of ma?e, splcea. Put a medium-sized tongue, which has been In pickle for three days, into a stewpan with two quarts of water, the pepper corns, 'maco,' allspice, and three cloves. Simmer for three hours. Remove tho skin, cut the tongue into thin slices, and arrango In a plain mould tin. Let the ■ liquor cool, tako oft the fat, and if i there be moro than one-third of the orl ' prlnal quantity of liquor, boll Itvfast with the cover off to reduce it. Flavor t" tasto with pepper.salt and choppe.1 pnrs Ify. and If necessary color to :i ennd brown. I.et this cool, and then p mr il slowly over the tonguo. Set a plate over the mould, and on It a weight. When cold, turn oufand garnish. Veal Galantine.—Required: One pound of fresh veal, orto pound o£ beet, half a pound of sausage meat, two whites of eggs, tivo hard-boiled eggs, one ounce of butler. Mince finely raw veal, beef and sausage meat In...

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THE LADIES' COLUMN. NURSERY NOTES. NEW ENTERTAINMENTS FOR CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 31 March 1906

| THE LADIES' COLUMN. NTIBSERY NOTES. NEW ENTERTAINMENTS FOR .CHILDREN. I It is our good fortune to bo called upon, every six weeks or so, to entertain a party of a dozen young I children. As tho children are nearly always tho same dozen, wo aro .' obliged, in order to vary their entertainment, to invent now games lor them (says a writer in an English paper). , ' A good game, of a "quiet sort, wo called Rod, White, and Blue. Wc had prepared for tho children design-; cut ' out of stiff whito paper. Each design; drawn in simple outline, was 'differ' ont from the others. Our list of dosigns was as follows:— A star. A shield. A (lag. • A pitcher. A two-handled jug. An oval tray with handles. :. • A flower-ljaskot with handles. A heart-shaped valentine. A square valentine with scalloped edge-, A mug. • A round fan. ■A spread-out fan. The jug, basket, eld., were about ■ six inches high;- tho shield, star, etc.,1 about four/inches across. l.. ■ •■■Each child was given:' the cut-out 'design...

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GRAPE LEAVES FOR DRESSING WOUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 31 March 1906

GRAPE LEAVES FOB DRESSING WOUNDS. | In Switzerland, according to "Science Sittings," grape leaves are applied to ! medicinal* or surgical uses. For cuts and , fresh wounds they are esteemed a sovereign remedy. Decoctions of the juice of the leaves are used In poultices. An ( agreeable tea 1b • also made from the leaves, which Is said to greatly strengthen the nerves. In its use more sugar Is necessary than for tea from the tea plant The leaves are al&o excellent food for cows, sheep, and hogs. The Mtc*ars" ot Ihe vine, used medicinally, are 1 R limpid exudation of the sap at the time ! fhv» plant begins, budding, and are fouinl J ou the vine where the slightest wound occurs to the plant. The liquid is collected by cutting oft the ends of the , ranes, bending them down and sticking the ends into the neck of a bottle, which w!l! be filled in a few days. The wood und branches are used (n the manufae- . tyre of baskets, furniture, rustic work, b:\rk for tying materials, etc.. an...

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"THE BEAUTIFUL MISS CROKER." DEATH OF LADY BARROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 31 March 1906

"THE BEAUTIFUL MISS ; CHOKER." DEATH OF LADY BARROW TVe regret to learn that the Dowager Lady Barrow, who on Friday last "en tered her ninety-seventh year, died at her residence, Ulverstoh Cottage, Bast Mole sey, on 10th January. It Is given to few to preserve the beauty, of youth to such venerable old age—beauty of form, feature and grace of person. , Lady Barrow, who was the daughter of Mr'Wllilam Pennell, Consul General in Brazil; was born on 5th January, 1810, and when twenty-two years ;of age she married ■ Sir. • George Barrow, Bart., wlio died in 1876. When quite a young girl, she was adopted by the Right Hon, John "Wilson Croker and his wife, and Sir Thomas Lawrence painted, tier portrait at seven teen years of age, which '>vaa exhibited in the" Academy. From .that moment she was known as "the beautiful Miss Croker." : 'V • 7 ;; So famous a beauty did she become that when presented to King William ;iV. hls^Majestyi.Vfiserved:' ■ "I am so pleased to be introduced , to a you...

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Boy Drowned at Bowral. THE BODY RECOVERED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 31 March 1906

Boy Drowned at Bowral.   THE BODY RECOVERED. The body of Roy Arnett, who was drowned in the flooded creek at Bowral on Tuesday last was re- covered at a quarter to 3 on Wednesday afternoon, at almost the spot where he was known to have sunk. From the time that the news of the accident was originated a large crowd made every effort to bring     ??? to the surface, but darkness set in with their efforts still unrewarded. Search parties were again     at work early next morning, a careful examination     of the creek being made right to its junction with the Wingecarribee River. Charges of dynamite were also fired in the larger holes, but it was after- noon before the body was discovered by Mr. Chas. Carey at the spot where he had sunk, in about 6ft.   of water. The corpse was not scratched or bruised   in any way.     MAGISTERIAL INQUIRY. &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 4 April 1906

very large stocKs of aoe§ rates. Students' *M,l -11 - 6. Complete. Send for our illus trated Catalogue. Strings and Fittings K for Every Musical ^ Instrument. ^ BIHar22aS3!SnSSiE2L"aSKSH2Ee I 1 Pali^gf s S &j 338 Georr-jts St. Ej f Sydney |J tiasssss^^sp^imss^ps. Local Agent: MR. EBB, Pianos ±L<f J ik>V w \z&z<z^&zz£zzz you are § laot S Sit is - 1 fieel wiilfo I y © ui r o 1 d „ Piano, wtly j not e s; - | cJhasng'e It | lbi° a new | oir&e from | - -- I s Call or write to Paling's, who will toll you how to HICK'S an exchange, and at tho same time asK for a Catalogue. SB5SgZIX^ygT^^BTOamWi3W f 9 i 336 George St. Sydney jS DAVIS, BONVRAL. Why, the Federal Fruit and Confectionery Co'b Shop! NO ! Well, walk down and hnvo n look nt it. You will see ALL TIIE CHOICEST FRUITS of the season on hand at Sydnoy prisee. Also beet brands of American, English, Fronob, and Australian CONFECTIONERY nre stockcd. SPLENDID SHOW OF VEGETABLES. F&am...

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Our Contributor. PREPARING FOR THE ENEMY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 4 April 1906

Our Contributor. PREPARING FUR THE ENEMY. It is not to ho supposed thnt the present era of prosperity can be expeotcd to continue for ever, The past history of the country tends to show that at Ihe prosenfc timo the community is riding on the crest of tin' wave. The question of how deep we are to sink in the trough is one of the utmost im portance. Again and again the lessons of adversity have been forgotten when tho seas uub lurnod. In the course of his career Napoleon had again and again to crush the Austriuns. At last he said in his im patifiiRP. "One would think it was the Lethe, not the Danube, tliat flows pant Vienna." Me meant that it would appear as if a river of oblivion prevenlrd them from remember ing the lessons he had given them, and no he was forced to inflict fresh hardships npnn them. Australian memories are shoi t. The drought is forgotten when the rains come. When it reappears it comes as a surprise—as a calamity quite unexpected, and one against which uo provision...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 4 April 1906

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 4 April 1906

TITEY Make YOU FiflEL ROOD. : - TUo pleaMunh purgative offoot oxporiencod,; by. all who uin Chamhorlain'M Stomach und Ltvof»TablutB» and tho ha ilthy condition of tho bo:iyand roiiid whioh tboy oreftfe, mal-cu ouo feel joyful. ^ For Bale by D. Morgan,-Cheuiut.

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The World of Dress. AUTUMN FASHION. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 4 April 1906

The World of Dresa. (By Aunnoarax.) AUTUMN FASHION. Every year removes from the world of dresa soma familiar fashion so wall known that it seems as tf it formed pari of ourselves, la the course of time Ife nevertheless vanishcH and another replaces it, which, while exciting our curiosity, helpB us to forget its predeces sor. Among the most charming of the new autumn dress matoriala the eofl, hidelinito tartan tweods must be reckonod, but they are really not seen at their best until made up. Now embroidered cashmeres aro nUo well to. tho fore. Win© color is prominently shown, but It is impossible to single out a color as being tho best thia season, as it is more, perhaps, in the color gohemoo that I notice the excellence of tho fashions of tho •;hdur. There can be fow members of tho fair box who are not just now contemplating an addition to their wardrobe in the shape of one or two skirts or a blouse to carry them through the early autumn. Tho ready-made coats and slci'iN of Messrs. ...

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Mittagong Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 4 April 1906

Mittagong Council. A special general meeting of the above I was held on Monday evening last, for the pnipoae of considering the Valuators' re port. There wore present—Aid. Woatbnrv (Mnyoi), Wullia, Merrifield, Leighton, aud Moses. The valuers (Messrs; Harvey and Elorni man) reported as follows :— Annual.valuo okImproved Land .. £7867 2 0 Capital value ol Unimproved Land 25,180 0 0 £32,517 2 0 ••Assessed value on:Annual Rental .. £0830 0 0 „ ,, 'Capital .12G0 0 0 £8,090 0 0 At 1/- in the £ the above 'amounts will produce on .Annual .. .. £311 0 0 .Capital, ,. .. 03 0 0 ■ "J ' -- _ JIM01 0 0 Report adopted on tho motion of rAld. Leighton ami Moses. _ v ;;r- On the motion of Aid. Leighton and Merrifiold, a rate of Is. in tho £■ was struck for tlip ganeral rnte. : Oiv.-tlio;. motion of Aid. Lnifjhton-and' ~MoH3s," aerate of sixpence in' tho £ :was struck for the lighting rate. . ,. . Appeal Court. It was resolved-.that this matter be left in ■the hands of the Olerk to arrange-and-fix-a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 4 April 1906

WHY DOES A woman's health so often break, down at an early age? Put a man at a washing tub, let him get heated with the hot suds until every pore is opened, then let him stand over the filthy steam that comes from scalding and boiling clothes,'and his health certainly would-break down before long, and yet this terrible ordeal is exactly what A WOMAN has to go through on washing days; and besides, while overheated at the hot work she has to risk her life by going out in the open air to hang up clothes. These facts, which ore known to every housekeeper, readily ex plain why so many women LOOK OLD while yet young in years, and physicians and boards, of. health cannot draw attention too strongly to the injurious effects of the usual way of washing, with its necessary steam and scalding.or boiling to get the clothes pure and'sweet; Fortunately this trouble can be avoided; scalding, boiling, and steam donf away with, clothcs made sweet and beauti fully white, and much SOONER THAN by ...th...

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Local Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 4 April 1906

Local Land Board. A meeting of the Land Board for the. land district of Moss Vale, was held at; the Court House, Moss Vale, on Friday;, lasting for two days. The members dealt with a large number of cases, the most important matter being that the bpard recommended the revocation o'f the coal mining reserves in the parishes of Joadjay J'ellore, and Wanganderry, containing ag.ooo acres, leaving about 4600 acres ; and that the land be made available for settlement or disposal, otherwise subject to the usual rights under the Mining Act, ind to reservation below a depth of 100 feet." The following cases were deal.t jvith : — i Annual Leases for Consideration.—R. Henderson, 640a, R. C. Chapman, 1280a, and 640a, recommended F. Graham, 640a, refused. ;' -C.P.'s and C.L's for Cpnsideration.—W.. ■Malcolm, 300a. c.p., J.: Malley, 54ja. c.),, Confirmed ; J. Alders, 155a. c.p , and 214a. ,and 300a. c.l., G. C. Murray, 100a, c.p., 'J.Iredale, 450a. c.l., R. C. Cowley, 70a. .'and 210a. c.l., disal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 4 April 1906

Presbyterian CBaasrcli, MOSS VALE. WEDNESDAY, 25th APRIL; From 3 p.m. to G p.m., and 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. MOSS VALE HALL. Entry Forms, Schedulou, <£c.v to bo : obtained from. !.■■■ ■• J. 0. craig, 1 ., ■ ■ ■.. • Hon. Sso. ■ MRS. S. S. GIBBONS, ~ • teacher OJ? MUSIC SINGING, ELOCUTION, AND DAwcnm visits bo'.VRAL daily. terms on application. Aodbe33—burr.adoo. AUCTIONEER, STOCK, STATION1, AND - - COMMISSION AGENT, MOSS VALE. Largo aud samll properties for private sale, Areas from GO acres to 19,000 acres. Auction Sales held in all. parts'of <tbe ■ •• Borrima District when required. •.>. J OH- N 'B EAVANi 1 OPPOSITE Hir.L BROS,, BOVVRAL, ' • :! ' " ' NKWS&GKNT. : A 'O 'i Tt)BjS COON 1ST, .;■■■■/ ■ ■ ike., Ac. . HAIRDBTLSSING SALOON. ■ For Sale by Amotion At the Sooras, Merrigang St., Bowral, . ■ , Bferf IPspMajgr* : g. h. "ruthven ■ WILL SELL AT.2*0'CLGCK SHARP, 200 Watermelons,- too ■ Pumpkins, 50 Gases Grapes, including delicious Muscatels, Sweet Waters,...

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Best Half-Acre of Potatoes. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 4 April 1906

Best Half-Acre of Potatoes.; The results of the judging for tho special prize Riv'pn by. the B.D.A H. and I. Socioty for the best half-ncre of potatoes, speoiaUy grown, in connection - with the recent show, have been made known, and •areas, follows ' • : *Iri.regard, io the best half-acre of potatooa fipocially grown for the sooiety's priza the results which are jodt made available are sul>joined :— > The first prize secured by Mr. Elonry Maekey,' of Biirrawiing, was for BrowneU's Beauty, planted 20ih Ootober; seed, 7£cwt. per aore ; 2cwt. boneduat per acre; crop not ripe when judged. - Points—weight 46, quality 2C, cultivation 10; total • 82. Produco— 7tons lewt. Iqr. 201b. per aord. . _• ; Second prize', ; J; T. Ginger, North Yarrunga, firownell's Beauty, planted 7th November; send, 7}cwt. per aoro; 3owt. Shirely'p No. 5 ;raanuro per aore ; 8 drills* to the rod ; crop not matured when judged ; cultivation very good ; produce, Gtous 17 cwt. ,161b..per acre, joints, weight -11...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 4 April 1906

in' memoriam. . WEEKS.—In .loving memory of onr dear son arid brother, Lance-Corporai Richard Weeks" (Dick) who was killed ill action at Kalabasfonlein!' April 2n3, 1902. '* '' Inserted by his loving parents, brothers, and sisters]'

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