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Empire Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 May 1906

Given fine weather, the celebration of Empire Day at TJowrul should pass off without n hitch.. In Addition to a liberal response to the appeal for re freshments on tho pare of. the public, a leading busi ness firm has generously donated 500< buns, 140 loaves, bag of Bugar, and 20' dozan cakes, bo thai fears as to an iiinutTiciency of provisions havo boon quite diapulled. It rests with the publio oow to gee that tho day is loyally celebrated.' Arrangements for tho Empire Day celebration at Moss Yale arc complete, and given fine weather, tho fmusfctOM should be both enjoyable and mstrnetivo. .In conseq-umco of the band not being available there will be no procession (bin year, but proceedings will commence at the Moss Yale Public School at 11 a.m. sharp by a display of Mian club swinging by tho pupils. The flag will then be hoisted by Mrs. Gerald Campbell, afcer which.'a short programme ot p'ntriotio songs and recitations will be Rivpn hy- ^ie children, the principal itemi ...

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The Cricket Crisis Explained. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 May 1906

Tlie Cricket Crisis Explained. Readers have doubtless been noting with mi r.j or less interest the lengthy reports that liavo been appearing in the proas about tho so-called crisis in the cricket world. The I rouble is an involved tlmt one is glad to find the i option ck-urly explained by Mr. L. A. Ailmniin, in ibe current issue of "Life." Mr; Adumsnn has just resigned the dual position of chairman of ilie Victorian Cricket Ab.k ciation anil of the Australian Board of 'Control, and has therefore, watched tho ne gotiations with close attention. Mr. Adam son gives "Life" a very clear, eonoi.->e statement, at the conclusion of which he -pays : "flii; ontcomo of the dispute, will most likely be a shori, sharp light, arid, it is to be liop.id, an amicable compromise ; if both sitles refrain from unnecessary bitter ness, the trouble will probably result in re newed interest, and, oil the whole, lie for the good of cricket, both local and inter* state—especially local, if |t leads to th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 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 determination to .insist on QUALITY being the . - first consideration in our business,. ; and.also, on keeping PRICES ■ right. ■■ No €5rder too 3Larger I^oaae too fSnsa!!,. TAYLOR BROS. MOSS VALE, THE IjEADIHG STOKE,.

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A Golden Jaw Bone. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 May 1906

A Golden Jaw Bone. Melbourne, Monday.—Mr. George Archer j, of Garfield, to-day brought to ilia "Argus""* offiee'tha lower jawbone of a eheep, the mo lar teeth of which were cooled with gold. Tho gold adhered-very firmly to the teatb, nud wa3 worn as smoothly as if it had been boaten out by a dentiBt.. Mr. Arobor Bome mnuths nso obtained this golden- jawbone. froraa saucepan inwhichthe sheep's- head had beeu cooked. He submitted it to a gold smith,- arid.was assured tlmfc the substance „on the! teeth.was gold. 'Mr. Arehar set to: woi'l; to trace "the sheep baolt to its original :b'ome;- - Butchers,.-auctioneers, and stock ■salesmen were interviewed,- until he satisfied '"himself that he bad discovered I,lid pastures, the sheep had-roamed- over. Mr. Archer ;,says tb<-land- is in, an auriferous distriufc, where be hirasiilf-worked as a digger many years ago.: " It is Surmised that the sheep .took up with the bevbase on which it grazad^ ;winiite particles ofr'gold, which. adb...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 May 1906

For Bronohi&l Coughs tnko \Yoo.U' Great Peppermint Cure. • In 61. i Oilol-nh—72 inoh wilth, gool patterns. special I ratuo 2J5 yard* at Hill Bros,

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 May 1906

General News;,' ' Farm implements.aud-produce", at.' i rates, at Mill Bros., Bowral.; ■ _ The King of Italy a nd * the••- Pr«*Msnt-'of?-• Switzerland opened the Siinplon -Tunnel,;"v connecting Italy and-Switzarlaud.. - ' : A committee: of ; - United " Fres-, -.Church.of Scotland attributes the dsclen tion of spiritual life to society's .worldli ness and.'to workmen's ■ tendency : to, irreligion, socialism, aud rationalism. The marmge.of Princess Ena to the King of Spain is condemned as an outrage-.' iiDon Christian feeling. The advent of" Continental Sunday is deplored;, and th&. King is blamed for dishonoring the: Sabbath. . The /'Scotsman'1 condemns^ the committee's lack of wisdom, modesty,, and good sense. Eight towns in Northern Wisconsin. (U.S.A;) have been devastated by forest ;fires and 30 persons have-been killed'.' The West End branch of the London? and County Bank was burglarously enter-■ ed. on Saturday, and 950 sovereigns; were' stolen/ The main safe was not touc...

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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 May 1906

Obituary; It is with feelings of very deep regret that'we chronicle- the- death of Mrs. E Griffiths, of Balaclava, M'ittagoug, which saclevent took place on Sunday evening at 8'o'clock." The deceased lady had been ailing for the past twelve mouths,, and during a great portion of that time . she suffered intensely. But in the time of hsr greatest suffering-;she never- complained, but bore all with* Christian fortitude., A. sad feature of'the case is that about-three weeks -ago Mr. Griffiths,, at his. wife's wish, left on a :visit to-his mother, in Eng land. Mrs. Griffiths- appealed to-'b?. slightly, better, and was able to go to:Syd ney to see him ofF. But after h::r return home'the.disease made rapid strides, and for several days- before her deaththe watchers;had. given ap atl liope and, were hourly, expecting, the end. Very-great sympathy has. been, expressed on every hand with the bereaved, family in: their affliction. The deceased lady; who was 45 years of age, has-left a family ...

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Moss Vale Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 May 1906

Moss Yale Municipal-Council. The initial fortnightly meeting of tlie above council wis held on Monday evening. Present:' Dr. Loiyhton J >u«m (Mayor), Aid. Mowle, Hawkins, Hixsou, Beale. and Mirow. B.'fove. entering. upon tho bnsiue.is the Mayor'took the opportunity of extending a cordial weleomo to-lheir now alderman—Mr. Hixson—tin bis first appearance on the Mobs Vale council. He was a gentleman who had a good deal of time at hi>s disposal, and would, lie was aure, rnako an excellent alderman. He wais alroa'dy taking an active iuterest in the municipality, and bowasenre lie would bo of great assistance in the delib erations of the council.. Aid. Hixsou in reply said he felt highly honoured at being elected*an alderman of the municipality.:- Ho. could claim a five year's residence in the municipality, and his association with- the town had extended over a much greater period' tlmn that, and lie would do his beat for the ratepayers. He concluded by thanking the Mayor, very hear...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 May 1906

C. H. Ttalnfeail, ARCHITECT, ■ " WKIllll.VdTOH," 13UJUIADOO. Dr. 11. Crawford, SURGEON DENTIST, roirx irALf, nowiiAL. , Nitrnu9 Oxide ttiw Office Hours, 9 a.m. to ft p.m. MS, S. 0. GIBBONS, . TEACHER OF . . >■ MUSIC singing, ELOCUTION, AND dancing; visits nowiul daily. ..T15R1IS ON APPLICATION. -BtJItK.'.DOO. : GEO. Ii. VINCENT, A. JIUS. T.C.I,. PHOFESSOR OP MUSIC, . UOWISAIi AND MIl'TAUONO. pianoforte, HARMONY, COMPOSITION, Etc. TliHMS ON APPLICATION'. Mi?. A. BENNETT, Teacher of Violin. Miss a. bemSejt" Teachor of Pianoforte, liUIiKADOO S't'iiKKT, Terms on npplii'nlion. B°W^L M. H. LEIGHTOM ME8, X}X{::^rT*©rir, Ski-eel;, RIo»arV«le Way he consulted at . . . ( Morgan's Pharmacy Every Monday Fcrunoon and Friday Afternoon. MONUMENTAL. MASON; ARQYLK STREET, MOSS YALE. .(NEXT FIRE STATION). EiTiirATEs- Foil headstones • in Gjukitk, marbli!, .vno Fhkkstonb. ■LATEST DESIGNS.ON APPLICATION. bust WonKiUNSiirp Guaiuntebd. D^lrs. £ngoftl6tj, ; ; (QUTCEN'S COIiLBGR,. LONDON) ' Pupil of T)r...

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The Fox Pest. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 May 1906

Fox Pest. Master. Fox is becoming quite fearless in his depredations in this*'district. . The latest' report is from Mr. II. Wiles, who states that on Friday night n fnx [tilled five Bhecp in hia paddook at Moss Vale. The tongues of the sheep woie fo'ind to l>e ealon o'.it, nn othor p'iriiou of the body b'iin^ harmed. Mr. Wiles was up to this time of the opinion that th« largest animal a fox would attaok was a lamb, but he hns now had substantial reason f.ir altorin j his viiuvM. Foxes have •also been seen in Throsby Park and Auster mere estates, and other places. Tbo spread of the post locally is becoming so alarming that nothing short of n vigorous orusadb aooms likely to rid tis of bin depredations.

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MOSS VALE v. ROBERTSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 May 1906

MOSS, VALE v. ROBERTSON. The above teams tried conclusion on the Moss Vale Park on Saturday after .nnon, the,home-team winning after a hard tussle./ The.,teams were Moss Vale.: : P. Sallfeld (full-back), Parmenter, Jones, King, and Lewis (three-quarters), Elliott 'and Wile's (halves), P. Madden* Yabsley, L.p Salkeld, Sharp, Morgan, Wotton, and • McGee (forwards). Robertson : Graham (full back), :Smith, Hindmarsh, Brown, Vandenbergh (three-quarters), Morrison, : McGill - (halves\ - Walsh, Bell, Carrick, •Cotterilli. Hamilton, Payne, R. and I-I. • Missingham. Moss Vale won the toss • and defended the iown end. The play -throughout was of rather a monotonous character,there being no brilliant runs or "meritorious f kicking to record. Per haps the fact that it was the first game of the season accounted for this. From the kick-off MossVale assumed the aggressive, bycombined rushes invading the- Robert son 25, the play being rather lively. After a staunch defence Robertson carried the Iba...

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Mr. McGregor in Explanation. To the Editor "Wollondilly Press." [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 May 1906

Mr. McGregor iu Explanation. To tho Editor "Wollor.dilly PraaB." Sir,—Iu your issrta of May t&ib, Mr. Riohardson,. couuci! clerk, Mo a a Vale, iu ra-. ply to my lottor of 10th inst., states^ ho is not conoerned re tlio quarrel bnt.veen the Mayor aud I, ro Fire Briynda Board, and the Mayor is well a'ule to defend: himself; .yet he takes up.the cnd<>eK find his letter aloue too oiearly proves lit) is up to his nook in it. He alao states m/ p>sitiou on th* Board was only that of a dummy, and I could have still retained that, " honourable position," had. I not been so sanoy.. . .That is whero thay struok tliQ snac, in thinking any position I would accept would be that of a dummy, and for that very reason wished my removal, as they could neither put on the gag or pull my leg. As I before criti cised the balance-sheet I again pass ovor hia remarks re the same. D. McGREGOB. 1st Mny, 1906.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 May 1906

Hot orary woman oau afford to havo* & maid. Not many' to n 1 d( •want ono^ around, nuy-'^ ■way. But you"1 certainly can1 afford to havo .1, Ayor's Hair Vigor; <),' and most womon wouId'< be greatly improved by It, too. It means so much' to have loug, rich, heavy* hair; soft, smooth, glossy hair. And this is just tho kiud of hair you may^ havo, if you wish it. If you wish all tho doop, rich color of youth restored to your hair, will certainly aatir.fy you. Do not bo deceived by choap imita tions which will only disappoint you. Mako auro you got AYER'S Hair Vigor. Pttpnred by Dr. J. C. Art r & Co., Lowtll, flsto., U. S, I mng s. I =E^^i^=SE3S!SEa £ Osie of tine p most popw lar FisiHios | ix\ A^astra lia. Guaa--E; ranteedl. to | $ t a ira d i r% | any c 1 i - | mate. '" I |*i C2c1 Pianos tallcn in c:rc^at\gc cincJ fuSZ >;j value «iI2©%vec3. [-4 w ontftlofjues free Vj tt&a^TSiszszmviJMzsszsfi: t (1 Sole Aj;er?.is f.| P&iisipf s | ...

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A Remarkable Case. A YOUNG MAN'S STRANGE EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 May 1906

A liemarliaMe Case. A .YOUNG MAN'S STRANGE I EXPERIENCE. ■ . i Details of a very singular case have been made public by t.be Broken Hill police. A ymmg man named 'Charles Clements ar rived in Broken Llill from North Queens land seeking his brother, who, he said, was employed at Yalcowinua station. He sot nut on foot for the station, and the following day the police reofiivtd a report that the dend body of a man hnd been found near Stephen's Creek. Two constables were sent ; Oilt, and fouud the body. They placed it in a cart, and were conveyin™ it to the morgue, [when from the bottom of ll;o cart a weak voice was heard pleading for water. Clem ents was taken to tba hospital, whero he re mained several weoks. He was tbon dis charged, apparently in good benltb. Some weeks later Clements was picked up in a street at Pott Pine again apparently dead. With difficulty animation was restored. Then on the report of the medical ofticor he was sent to Paikside Aaylnm for the insane. He left the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 May 1906

WONDERFUL ASTONISHING. ■SPIE a string round your finger, moke a note in ypiitpocket-book, lio a knot in your handkerchief or write is with indelible penoil on your memory box use any means at all which Will fix it in your mind to pay a visit to the Cyclorama. Halt the ]oy of going to Sydney ia wasted if yon don't call at this unique entertainment. You get fun gulnro nn 1 in addition there is the great display of. the film, ns buttle of Gettysburg to instruct and enlighten. And all this for 1 /-, with children ut uixpecce. <0**^ ■ V . /TO-NVV • V.1 ; ■ ' SrONBY SYDNEY AGlCN'fS FOK THIS PAPER, FILK COPIES OF WHfCH -MAY DIO SEEN AT THEIlt liOOMS, laa JPITT-HT." .. . " S. Sk.- 25." S$3cyc£es 43x*<; 2Sesl'« ' S. R. BEER, AGENT, BOWRAL. 8«»TS''AST».:SJ!M)KS neatly repaired at moderate pr.ces—-MUa. G. 10. OOLE, neiir Mr. t?, Blacksmith. K2.ULIABIiE Seeond-Hand.UicycIos for SALE or li.re at S. 11. BKlili'S Cycle Depot, Bo«.a! )HN B E A V A OPPOSITE HIM. BROS,..BOWRAL, ...

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The House Fly. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 May 1906

The House Fly. The house fly, writes. Sir Herbert; Maxwell in the " ScoUieh Review," is bred of corruption ; v/ithout corruption it cannot exist, for it< ('gap, numerous as thay nre, re quire the heat generated by putrescence to vivify tlievn, nuil the toothless maugota hatched from the eggs are Hit i quipped as to derive iioiiiisinrici t nuly from substances disiotegrntcd by deny. The mm her fly | luys but four or fivescore egg* in.ft 8etti:£, wiiicli i* a trilling performance in compari son with the fecundity of ninny other in spcir ; hut whereas alio repeats ihe process throe or four times durini; lier life of a few months, nnd that her offspring lake up the samo came immediately after passing through metamorphoses occupying leas'than' three weeks, it has been calculated Ihat one. house fly may be the source of-.a'-posterity numbering about two mill ons --in a single summer. The diet of the perfect fly 'is far more varied than that; of the maggot. Every grade of societ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 23 May 1906

Wedding Sells. The Mittagong Methodist Chnrch was the scene of a vory pretty wedding last Satur day nfiernoon, when Miss Tistidla Vilea wad married to Mr. William Minison. The bride ia- the: youngest daughter of Mr. Thonins" Vi.1oh,. of Mittagong, and as the -family are so well knoivn, very much inter eat was taken in tho wedding. Long before the arrival, of the bride the church was filled with invited guests and spectators. Fnonds had been busy the previous day decorating the ohurch, -which looked very nioo. As the bride entered the ehnrch leaning upon the arm of her father, the audiouce rose and sail;; the hymn '-The voico that breathed , o'er Eden." The ceremony was performed by the Kev. J. W. Holden. The bride wore a beautiful dress of ivory Surnh silk, hand Homely trimmed with silk tulle and lace. She also wore a wreath and 'dress spray, of orange blossom, and u veil of Brussols' net beautifully embroidered. She carried a' lovely shower bouquet which, with a batigle ; act with ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 26 May 1906

For Children's Hacking Cough at Night, Woods* Greut Peppermint Cure. la Gd. The following showed their sympathy with the family of the iate Mrs. E. Grif fiths, of Mittagong, in their bereavement, hy sending wreaths : —Mrs. W. H. Coffey, Miss Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. Gascoigne, Mr. and Mrs. Reko, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Snowden and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mealing and family, Mrs. G. Hines and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kendrick and fam ily, Mr. and Mrs. W. Cnpitt and family, Mr. and Mrs. F. Cnpitt, Mr. and Mrs. Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Thompson, Miss Thompson, Messrs. H. and A. McCallum, Mr. and Mrs. P. Webb and family, Mr. and Hrs. W. H. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Cains and family, Mr. Harris and family (Newtown), Mr. W. Hudspeth and fam ily, Mr. and Mrs. E. Cnpitt and family. The meeting of the Mittagong council on Wednesday night lapsed on Wednes day night for want of a quorum, the only aldermen present being Messrs. Westbury (Mayor) and Wallis. We understand that on Thuesday last Aid. Leighton han ded...

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Football. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 26 May 1906

Football. Tho Berriraa-Caraden competition will bo ad vanced another atiige this afternoon, when tho fol 1 jwinR matches will be played :— Wilde's Meadow v. Bowral at Myra Vale. Robertson v. Mittagong at Robertson. Moss Valo a bye. Tho following team will represent Bowral in their match with Wilde's Meadow this afternoon :—W. liitcbie, 3'. Fitzgerald, G. Blacker, W. Carr-boyd, F. Ho|json, J. Burnett, senr., E. McKay, J Weeks, P. Denmead, R. Hopson, G. Saunders, C. Carey, J. Frozer, G. Ruthven. B. Clayton : emergencies, H. Scnife, H. Cutting, V. Sauer, V. Keith, II. Ellsmore. Tho Mittagong team against Robertson will be —.T Nicholls, B Wobb. F A Carter, P Cupitt, S Dowling, J Spears, E Nicholla, E McRae, J Moodie, L Waters, fi Nicholls, P O'Donnel, J Wilson, R Troy ; emergencies, W Collins, F Miller, D Chalker,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 26 May 1906

Cartridges of all kinds at Hill Bros. CONSTIPATION. "For constipation, rhcao is nothing quite so uic* as Chamberlain's Stmn&oh and Liver Tablets. Th-y always p-oduce a plpnuant movement of the boweln, without any (Unagreeable effect. For sulo by X>. Morgan, Chemist, For Chronic Cheat Complaints, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. la GJ.

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