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

JSgMALL COTTAGR TO LET. Apply, Mns. J. WARD, Railway Orescent, Bowral,. ■ ANTED, STRONG LAD as APPRUNTICP: to first-class Bakery. Apply, XXX, Post Oiliee, Bowral. ■^J^TANTiCD AT ON'CE.—3 DAIRY FARMS in Moss ViiIp, Exeter, or Bowral district*. Anyone having same to < let, send particulars to G. l'\ LYNCH, Auctioneer, Moss Vale. 3E"OR SULKIES nnd other Vehicles, Saddlary. and Harness, nonn better than iit T. lUlOWNLOW'S Federal Ooachhuildor, Moss Vale. 3E AM a CASH BUYER of Hides, ..Sltinp, and Wool. Marsupial Skins in any. quantity.—U. F. LYNCH, Argyle-street, Moss Vale. J. GOODFELLOW & GO. will sell tliiB day (Saturday) at their Mart at 2 p.m.:-— 10 Store Pigs, Bacon, Lard, Vegetables, Fruit, Poultry, ifco. 3E3EORSE RUGS. Horfio Rugs. Agency (or the Aberdeen Registered Brand, also my own special make, all at Sydney prices.—T. BROWNLOW, Federal Harness Depot, Moss Vale. . jgSt*. «AR«.4IN.-1280 acres Freehold. Situ ated 8 miles from Gunning Railway. 100 sores fit fo...

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MOSS VALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 19 May 1906

MOSS VALE. A mooting of tho Moss Vnlo olub was bold on Thursday uight last at tho Commercial Hotol, thoro being a fail' attendivueo. A good deal of buaineaa was transacted ragnrdiiiR tho succosnful working of tho club. Mr. C. Taylor donated 10s G to tho club, and ottered other valuable assistance, for which a vote of thanks was acuorded. Mr. J. Manns ten dered hid resignation as an ofllco-boaror of the club, and Mr. J. MeGeo was elected to till the vacancy. Mr. P. ftalkcld was clocted oaptuin for the ensuing yoar, nod Mr. AloGuo vice-captain. Tuoflduy and Thursday nights wore flxoJ for training nights. It was nlso decidod to havo an accidunt and supply fund in oonneotion with the olub, towards which tnembora will coutribato 13 por month.

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

The shepherd roaming o'er tile plum, >■ ' : The atoekinari on his lontly run, ' The teamster with hi.< hulloclc wuin, ■ Tho sportsman out with rod or gun, The digRer on ROld-beminB reef— While Brra to duty's anil tliay Htnnd— For coughs and colds they Bud relief AVith Woods' Great Pepporraint Cure at hand. Farm implements and produce, at Jow rates, at Hill Bros., Bowral.

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

iiii'TAQONO. ; Mr. A. Lippiatt presided over a largely.atton'dotl meeting of footballers at Mittagong on Wednesday uight Inst. Tho minatoa of the previous meetiog were read ami adopted Correspondence was reooived from Messrs. A. Hordern and Sons, F. liassettor and^Co., and T. Ghapman, quoting prices for supply of guernseys.— It was decided that all members requiring guernseys let the secretary know ad cany as possible so that an order aan be placed in the hand* of a Sydney firm. There were two nominations for Captain -Messrs-. P. Oupitt and J. Nicholls, A ballot was taken and resulted as follows P. Oupitt 10 votos, J. Nicholls 7, the former being elected captain, and the latter vice-captain. Messrs. H. Burling, A. Lippiatt, and E. Oupitt were elected a selection committee, and it wa<> de cided that members should play in the field ns picked by (he committee. 7.30 instead of 8 o'clock was the hour fixed for futuro meetings. It was decided that the players for matohes sh...

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Idiosyncratic Diversities. BY A BANKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 19 May 1906

Idiosyncratic Diversities. By a Banker. How extraordinarily varied and diverse 'are tho.tastes and predilections of the sever al individuals of a community, or oveu of a family. Here is one, an ardent lover of Nature, whether her glories are displayed 'midst the wild and majestic grandeur of the" ravines, and rifted gorges, nnd upreared peaks and pyramids/of tlie miyhly tnonarchs of the snows ; or alung the shores of the great ocean, its foam-crested, curling billows hurled iti fury, with the roar of thunder against the adamantine rocks, or, a sen of whirling sin f, eddying and gyrating midst the groat boaldera nnd overturned crags and escarpments which in wild confusion are scattered over the wind swept shore ; or midst the raoro placid and restful beauty of the country, lane, with its tasselled and fes tooned hedgerows, and its,wealth of glow ing floral beauty. Or here another to whom all these glories offer absolutely no attrnc'iiun whatsoever, and who would iufinitoly prefer to ...

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

C. H. Hahtead, ARCHITECT, •' Wkrmxotos," BURRADOO. Dr. 11. Craw SURGEON DENTIST, TOWN UA'Lf.y HOWRAL. Nitrous Oxide Gas Administered. OiHee Hour*, 3 u.ru. to 5 p.m. MRS. S.C. CIBB9NS, TEACHER OF MUSIC SINGING, ELOCUTION, ANB DANCING. YISM'S 1SOWKAL DAILY. TERMS ON APPLICATION. Anuimas—BlIRRADOO. GEO. E. VINCENT, A. MU«. T.C.L. PROFESSOR OF MUSIC, : ' BOWIiAI, AN!J III LTAOONG. PIANOFORTE, HARMONY, COMPOSITION, Etc. TERMS ON APPLICATION. RIIR. A. BENNETT, Teachei1 of Violin. MISS A. BENNETT, Teacher of Pianoforte, BURRADOO STREET. BOWRAL. Terms ou application. DR. H. LEICHTON JONES. IJEiVTIST, Street,Mos«,\''ala I May lie consulted at . . . Morgan's Pharmacy .Ev#ry Monday Forenoon and Friday Afternoon. David W. Moffat, MONUMENTAL MASON, MiarL.lt STREET, MOSS YALE. ^(NEX/f EIRE STATION). ErTIMATKB FOlt HbaDSTONKS IN GRANITIC, Mahulk, and Fimmsstonb. JjATEST DESIGNS ON-APPLICATION. JJjm' WoBKMANSHfV GuAXANTOBD. £W/s. ^ngoldbtjl (QBEKN'S COr.tHOH, LOXUON) Pupil of Dr. R. 0. Monk (l*ie O...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 19 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 determinatipn to insist on QUALITY being (the first consideration in our business/ and also on keeping PRICES ' ■ ■ right. " No Order too None too Small» TAYLOR BROS. MOSS VALE. TI3E tEA!»ING STOKE,.

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

TREAT IT PKOPtfRLY. Colds weaken the lungs, lower tho vitality and p&TO (be way for ooQHamption. Pneumonia nl-vnya results from u cold, or from an attack ok' influenza. Giy-. ovory cold tho att*ntim» it deserves ; trout it promptly and proporlp. What should you do? There if hut one ansxvor. Tako Chaiuberl «in'a Coujjh'Remedy. It always curee. For aale by D. Morgan, Chomfot. Splendid rain has fallen over n large por tion of tho State, aud a majority of the auionuts are eubatatitial. This district, nn fortunately has not boeu benefited to auy extent. Wooil#' Great P^pprrraint Cnro, Fur Oonghs and ColdB, uover (ail.i. . Is Gil. The decisions of tho. State Full Court have had a disiiBtrous time bo far this tHriu, six out of six buing npsat by tho High CJurt.

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

BOW HAL. A meeting of the Bowral football olub was held at the Royal Hotel on Tuesday evoning .last, when thero was a largo attendance.. Mr. Gowrie Ituthven presided. A letter was received from Mr. V.. B. Riley,- who regretted that be could not due In a way cl^ar to ao» cept the position of president of tbe club, and stated that the club would have to find a new ground. — The resignation was accepted with regret. The Hon. W. McCourt wrote accepting the posi tion oi patron, also endowing cheque for one guinea. —Aoknowledgod with thanks Waverley "Veronaa" wrote asking for a imtch on •1th June at Bowral, An tho Winter ltnco Meeting was to be hold that day it wa3 decided to invite the team up for Empiro Day (2ith May). Dr. Vallack was unanimously appointed president of the olub, and Mr. T. Fox a vice-president.. Mr. G. Kuthven was elected vice-president to tbe union. It was announced that Mr-T. Fox had promised a trophy for the best aground player during the coming season, and that Mr. ...

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Football. TO-DAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 19 May 1906

Football.. TO-DAY'S MA.TCEES„ Tbia afternoon the competition matches will eora monce with the following mat-ihe-j:-Moss Yily v. Robertson at Moss Vale > Mittagong v. Wilde's, Mea dow at Mittagpog ^ Bowral abjte..

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 19 May 1906

Wedding Bells. A protty wedding was consummated at Sc. Mary's Cathedral, Sydney, on Thursday, the contracting parties being Mr. John". Thomas Weeks, eldest son of Mr. R. Weeks, of Bowral, and Miss Muggio.Kelloher, youngest daughter of Mr. J. Kollohor, of Bowral. The bride was prettily attired in white, trimmed with Valen ciennes lace-, and white hat. Miss May Kellehor (niece of the bride) attended as bridesmaid, being dressed in a costume of whito nun's veil ing, with hat to match; Mr. Dennis Kollohor acted as best man, and tho bride was given away by Mr. Jack ICellehor. After tho cere mony ail adjournment was made to tho residence of Mr. and Mrs. Tighe, of Paddington, whore tho reception was hold, and tho usual toasts afterwards honored. A number.' of useful pres ents were recoivod.

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Moss Vale Progress and Tourist Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 19 May 1906

Moss Yale Progress and Tourist Association. A meeting of the committee of the above was held on Wednesday eYen'mg in the council ciuimheta, pre sided over by Mr. T. A. F. McCarthy (President). Others present wore—Dr. Jonos, Messrs. IS. E. How, T. F. Herman, \Y. E. Osborne, D. H. Cowpor, and E» Hewison. The correspondence included loiters from A. H. Blackmore unking for particulars re a proposed trip from Moss Vale to Nowra ; from W. F. Orr, Mel« bourne, asking where photos o( tho Moss Vale dis trict could be obtained ; and from P. Durieux, who referrod to the pleasure afforded himself and party by a recent visit to the falls of the district. The lat ter correspondent, however, alluded to the inconveni .ence caused by the absence of a ladder for a drop of 20ft. down tho Fitzrcy Falls, which prevented a descent being made until a ladder had been impro vised, when they were quite repaid for the trouble they had been put to. Continuing, Mr. Durieux, in referring to the question of keepi...

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

or Chililn- .V il.ti:kini; CourIi at Night, ... Wools'Gidai l'epponuint Cure. 18 Ilill Ura.J., liowral, fur boots. " Auction Sales to Coino. To fhiy (19th).—Goodfcllow & Co's. weekly salo nt Bowral; nnd at 2.30 sale of Bowral race privileges. Fridny, nt 11 80, at J. J. Armstrong's, l3ow rol—8toek-in-trftde. f.irniture, etc.

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 19 May 1906

Local and General. Those contributing refreshments for Empire Day are requested to deliver them at the Bow ral School of Acta on Wednesday next. See ndvt. The autumn fair nnd industrial exhibition in connoctisn with the Women's Working Guild is to be held in the Centuiiiiial Hallr jMoss Vale, at 3 p.m. on Wodnosday liext. The Mayor (Dr. Leightou-Jones) will perform tho opening cere mony. Thero will be various stalls, eto. Par ticulars are advertised. The tender of Mr. P. J. Potter, Bowrsl, ban been accepted for tho erection and oomploliou of the Mit tiigong telephone cabinat. Cartridge ol all kinds at Hill Bros. In connection with tho unattachod road race of 10 mi Ion, to bo run on tho IIomobush-Femington course, we notice that four of our ridors have entered and bavo been handicapped as follows , K. Waters 4m. 20s., H. Binns 6m., B. Summers 5m 85?., A.-Cooke G imnuten. In cooecquonce of Riich n Fiuko entry, only tho first heats will be deoided to day. Foxes are gradually , mnking t...

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B.D.A.H. and I. Society. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 19 May 1906

B.B.A.H. and I. Society. ANNUAL MEETING. The annna) meeting of members of the Berrima District A. H. find I. Society was hold at the Royal Hotel. Moss Vale, on Wednesday afternoon. Mr. John Badgery (President) occupied the chair, and thero was a very good attendance, numbering eorao 35 members. The first business was the reading of the scruti neer's report announcing the renult of the ballot for the election of officers and committeo. The result was as follows Patron, his Excellency Sir Horry Bawson ; president, Mr. J. A. Badgery ; hon. treas urer, Mr. B. H. Paine; hon. secretary, Mr. I. Cullen. Vioe-presidents (night to bo elected).—Successful: Dr. Stevenson 83, W Morrice 80. F. A. Badgery 7S, "W. McConrt 78, C. Bennett 72, Hon. H. 13. Kater $58, P. H. Throshy 57, H. F. Marr 52. Unsucco?3 £ul: F.S.Mitchell 50, W. B. HiQdmarsh48, Dr. Ewan Fiaser31. Committeo (3*2 to be elected).—Successful: 0. Z. Throsby 82, J. 0. Fraser 81, A. Elliott 81, J. D. Wood 10, J. T. Hayter 78. T. A. F. M'...

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kia Ora Lawn Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 19 May 1906

Eia Ora Lawn Tenuis Club. A meeting of members of the old Lurlino Tennis Olub, which lias boon in existence at Bowral for some few years now, was held at Mr W. Murray's residence on Thursday night, Mr. Murray presiding. The object of tho meeting was to place the club on a properly organised footing. It was resolved that it be known for tho future aa tho ICia Ota Lawn TonntB Olub., Mr, S. R. Beer was elccted secretary and trea-" surer. The entrance feo was fixed at 2/G and tho subscription for the ensuing half-year 2/0, the annual subscription after that date to bo 5s. It was decided that tho club's colors be cardinal and navy. Mr. W. Mutrav kindly offered tho club tho use of the court adjoining his residoneo. The following committee was electod, with power to add Misses Warren. L. and R. Far row, aud Messrs. W. Murray, \V. and B. Drescher. At the conclusion Mr. W, Murray was accordod a vote of thanks for tho use of room for meeting, and also for presiding.

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Auctioneers' Reports. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 19 May 1906

Auctioneers' Reports. G. F. Lynch reports having sold during the lasis two. months from February 1st- to May 1st, 1,165 bead of entile, and ,9,11s sheep on acoouut of the following owners: — •A. 13.,Hi Carter 73 heifors, H. Lansdown 81 steers', E. Boardrnan and JVIcCooey 85 cows and 02 calves, W. Wade 108 staera, 0. ■■Wnaht 32 steers, G-. McAnally 20 steers, M: Nicholson 12 heifers, H, Whiddou 180 steers and 2G cows, R. Lynch 20 cows, F. Bftssiijgthwaite 80 bullocks, J. Flook 4.0 bullocks, R Henderson 158 steers and heif ers, 0. H. Garter 25 steers, A. E. Powell 150 heifers and steers, H. H. Witts 70 bullocks, J. Holt 40 steers, R. Dowling 120 bullocks. Total sum of money paid for cattle £2,912 10J. Sheep.—R. 0. Cbapmau 2,014 ewes and Shropshire Rams, Cullen Bros. 968 ewes and lamb3, H.Widdon 424 ewes and lambs, Faulk Bros. 108 Iambs, A. Powell 2100 ewes, D. Marrice 535 ewes and lambs, W. T.: Cowley 485 ewes, W. T. Morrioe 769 wethers, H. H. Witts 1,500 ewes. Total sum paid for shee...

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Mr. McGregor in Explanation. To tho Editor "Wollondilly Press." [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 19 May 1906

Mr. McGregor in Explanation. To tho Editor "Wollor.dilly Pros."." Sir,—In your Inst issue appears a letter signed D. McGregor, evidently trying to whitewash him self in the eyes of the public and to tone flown the snub deservedly administered to him by Dr. Jones. He accuses the Dr. of Bending him a demand to attend a meeting, whereas ai a matter of fact Dr. Jones paid turn the compliment o£ sending a special I messenger to him to acquaint him of Iho meeting, when he made a most offensive reply to tho bov, j which would not look ro moderate in print as Mr. McGregor would imke it appear. However, I,.am , not concerned with tho quarrel between tho Dr/and ' him. Tho Dr. is well able to take cavo of himself, , and has already given Mr. McGregor a taste of his j quality, but ho praotically nanuses me of embezzling the funds of the Board. At the first meeting of j tho Board Mr. McGregor attended he produced a ' oopy of the Government Gazette with tho Board's : balance-shed for the previous...

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SERVICES TO-MORROW. Church of England. [?] SIMON AND JUDE, BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 19 May 1906

SERVICES TO-MORROW. Church of England,, SIMON AND JUDE, BOWRAL. ServicGB at 11 and 7. Iloly Communion-—1st Sunday in month at 11 rid, 2nd at 8 a m, 3rd at 7 p to, 4th at 8 a m, 5th &i 11 a tn. Service every Thursday evening at 7.30 The Rector. MITTAGONO. lat Sunday in month—Mittagong 11 and 7.30 2nd Sunday in month—Mittagong 11 (n.o.) & 7.30, Oolo Yule 3 3rd Sunday In month—Mittagong 11 <fe 7.30 (n.c.), Hill Top 3 4th Sunday in month —Mittagong 11 and 7.30, Jellore 3 5th Sunday in month—Mittagong 11, 3 (Children's Service), and 7.30 ALL SAINTS, SUTTON F0M5ST. Sutton Forest at 11, communion first Sunday Bundanoon at 3.30. communion third Sunday Exeter 7.30, oommunion pecond Sunday BT. BTRPIXBN'S, MITTAOONO. Services 11 and 7.30. Rev. T. J. Heffornan. WINGECAUniimKE. Robertpon 11, Kangaloon 3, Burrawang 7.30 Rev. D. T. Smith. Roman Catholic Church. Bowral 11 and 7.30, Mittagong 9.30, Burrawang 11 Servioo at Bowral every Friday at 7.30 a.m. Rev. J. Carroll. M...

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

BURNS AND SOALDS. Even the slightest barn or poald will raise a blist er, and often lead to a painful and chronio sore. Iu stunt ly after a burn, apply Chamberlam's Pain Balm, which will relievo the pain, aud iu most ouses prevent the formation of a blister or sore. No ordinary ft'-cident is eo likely to load to dangerous results as a burn or scald, aod if Churaberlaiu's Pain Balm was good for nothing elsa, it would still be a remedy that no household should over bo with out. Fur a>«lo by D. Morgan, Chemist.

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