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

Kangaloon. (From our Correflpondent). Rain at last and plenty of it, the general opinion being that wo have had enough for the present, it having rained almost- continuously since Monday, and seeming to become heavier each day. We must now have had about three inches; however, it was badly needed, things being at a standstill, or rather progressing backwards. Feed i3 very scarce, corn being very nearly done ; while the majority of the oat crops are afflicted with runt. Although the pre* eont showers will do a great amount of good, the prospects for winter are still only middling. The rains here also will have the effeot of aug menting the Sydney Water Supply, which was again causing the Water and Sewerage Board some anxiety. We had the officials of the Board round paying us another visit last week for the purpose of taking eamples of water from the various creeks to be, no doubt, analysed. Samples have previously been taken from the local waters, but we have never yet heard the resu...

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

TREAT? IT'PIfcOPSfcLT, ' Oolda weaken t)io lunj^ lowor tho \ itjilify and prvvo the way for cuusumption. Pneumonia always | roan ltd from a oohi, or from an attaok of innuouza. j Giy» ovury c>ld tlio att ntiou it djsc'rve.i; trout it ; promptly and propoily, Whut should you do? Tuoro it* but- ono uii-svvor. Tako Ohamborl iiu'« Cough Reniody. It ulwuya euro*. For uiUo by D. Morgan, Chemist. Wooda* Groat IV.pporniint Cure. For Oou(Jli* and CmMa, nuvei Q(l.

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

A Good Cure In Balmain. Tho Case af Mr. J. EDWARDS. ; (By a Sydney Ilcftorlcr.) For those who did not enjoy tho pri vilege of hearing the recital of this story for themselves it is here repro duced at the instigation of a special1 correspondent, whose duty in the pub-' , lie interest had taken him to the homo of Mr. John JtMwards, of No, 42 Law son street, Halmain. "I'm anxious to know," snid the pressman, "how you got on after your atu.cu of bronchitis three voars a o "Oh ! 1 was left very weak indeed ; and felt that it was a ma Iter of in difference whether I got bettor „or i\ot. 1 didn't have the mind to start anv- . thing in the shape of work, which is not my natural way of feeling. old as 1 am. Hut tlioto I was—no strength, no energy, no anything , that was of service tome. For all/thc enjoyment 1 had in life, or for all; the good 1 was. I might just as well havo been dead ; and when the remedies I had tried'"air proved ineffective, 1 almost wished I wast My miseries wore added...

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

T^e Pride of Place amongst Storekeepers of the highest grade, is unquestionably held by TAYLOR BROS. Jdflfe 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 l*arge, I^oaae too Small. TAYLOR BROS. MOSS VALE. JMU0>5NG STOKE,

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An Orator's Claims. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 26 May 1906

An Orator's Claims. Speaking at a meeting;the other day, a genllemiu) exukiraed pnaaiouatelySome people come here to cry stinking fish or' to grind their own axes." Then, with niY ora torical sweep of the arm, the liond flmig buck, he exclaimed": "Gemlemen, I have uo axe to grind, and 110 llsh to stink."

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

BERRIMA. When Mv. Sheath (our. publio school ieachcrj>:;'.':! announced a week or eo.Qgo that the sehpol; would, keep holiday oil Empire Dtty, apd that it wa3 desir-.; ■ abte.forCiie parents to co-operate go that (he -day."'-;--! might he fittingly celebrated,\tha idea was warmly•: taken up and a public meeting held, at whieb'a cpm:. ; miiteo of ludins wus appointed to carry7 out . alt arrangements in connection with, refreshments, and ; well they. tfid their work. Arrangements were alab • m.ide fo- having sports of all kinds, bui.whpp.ippwi-. . iuiz broko on a contiguously, rainy- day ^the.' idea. oft.i sporta was out of the question," and tho'yoiipgstera must have felt dubious about their holiday. Mr< Sheath was early about sounding hore and there, and found everywhere, the same opinion-^bctter go> on w.ith it, only wo must do our beat in the Pnto 4htal Hall. Of aoarae tho marching of'the children, from the school to" the park, when the flay was to beu hoisted and...

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Mad Dog in Ballroom. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 26 May 1906

Mad Dog in Ballroom. A mud dog forced iu way into a Imllronni at ColliuB, Wisconsin, and bit Iwouty of tlie: dancers. The manager of the dunce cventfi-! ally succeeded in obtaining a revolver and shooting ;the frenzied animal, 'Six. of the! victims havo gone to, the Pasteur Institute at Chicago. ~ I

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

BUNDANOON. Owing to the inciemway of the waathor here, the oelebration Quii-iiie Day was nut- tyirriod ;oufc was arranged, but in spite of tho heavy showers o! rain Ihero wiw a good raustor of children ac the Public Sohool, where a number of patriotic songs, recitations, and speeches were delivered, anil lor a couple of hours the true spirit of patriotism was raised to a high pitch, the proceedings dosing with the hoisting of the Uuion Jack, and the staging of the National Anthem, The public picnic which was to hivo taken place was postponed uutii the Prince of Wale's Birthday, 4th June.

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Leopard Kills a Bride. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 26 May 1906

Leopard 1011s a : A yonng tamer named Martha L'lhiro was killt'd by n leopard in a mfcnnghiie nt Lyons recontly. Sho lmd only just bi-un murriod lo M. Lahinywidi whose ltipnagerie she hud for some lime travelled as piineipul girl. The animal. had riot been under, her control very long, and'was so savage that no one but Mmo. Luhiie could do anything with it. Sho hud put it tlirough its pnees oil Monday, and wiib turiiini; to leave the cage, when the beast sp'rnns; at her, burying its claws in her breast. Before she could be released she bad been kilted. / j

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

ROBERTSON. On account of the inclement weather the Celebration of Empire Day at Robertson, for which all arrangements had been made, was indefinitely postponed.

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

Lowest prices and high quality goods —these two factors have combined to make Hill liros. the busy commercial centre of the district. A MOTFIEIi'S U1CUOMII l'.N IJ ATION. Mrs. Mary Gray, Wa^nnira (N.S.^V.),' writes:— ".'hamoerlain'.s Couurh Romody liasanplendidrepu ration in thi« di^tiiel,-ami I ku-w of many* cauea wli- ro acuta Croup and BronoMii.s Imv * bconcured. [ had been a>ufferer from Rronolrial Asthma f r many year-*, and nuver found any treatment that «oufd roiirvH mo,-until I comniontcil t Iciii^r Ohvm burlainV C »ngh Kemody, nn { that completely etirod rae. It has never fiiilr-d to ou«e con. lis or ohest complaint* tiinonyr the members of my f milv.- I always keep a botila. of Uham'-e lainV O'.iuuh Rormdy in tho li-'U-»i>, and w ul l a vw>* all mother* ro do likcwine./ Kor Halo by. I) Megan, ' lieiiu-t

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

It's Getting Gold. Tg&s MAKE YOURSELVES SNUG FOR THE WINTER « " BY GETTINQ YOUR Blankets, Flannels Jackets, Winter Underwear New Dress Goods Men's* Boys' and Youths' Clothing Boots and Shoes ■ " ■ ^ ; jSk."w Ja B. ANDREWS & CO., BOWRAL. MERIT REWARDED by Court of Mice. . The ftoknowlcdgod «oo-l ijiiAliiii'.i mid mincoan of SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT h.ve Mo iuiil «ati Ii.ui.y ;i »i iniiiciifiu wua just trio-l i»i tlm Supivmu Court of Viotom. before IIis< Honour Citi-f Ju«tico SirJ. M.jd'!»nf K.O.M.G., Jco. llis H>u)i>ur, in jufkomvi.l, aivil Uiut Tvlfmevir un nit cl»t is eotnniutidod t fcho public by reason of its good quality »to,, i'. i* not .purmfcaihle t imitate any of its fo*itir«p. ile retrained thu imitntors porpc'tunlly fro:n doing no and orikrod lliotn lo 5 ay ul! eo^'a. Wo publish tlifo lo uf? r<t ibo publio nn nppor tuvi«y of protecting tlseiu-olvoH, u»»d of Mumring what in provt-d beyond ull doubt by trfsidcd \Yit...

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

THE COMMERCIAL BANKING' COMPANY of SYDNEY, Ltd. [EmBUSHED 1831.] Capital paid up Reserve Fund Bescrvo Capital £1,000,000 1,100,000 1,000,000 £S,190,000 MRF.CTORS. G. J. Cohen. Ksq., Chairman. Hos. II. IS. Kater, M.L.C., Deputy Chairman. Hon. Henry Moses, M.L.C. Hon. Richard Jones. M.L.C. Hon. F. T. Hcrnphcry, M L C. A. H. K. Maxwell, Esq.. W. L. Doctor, Eeq. HEAD OFFICE, GEORGE.ST, SYDNEY. T. A. Dibba, General Manager. T. B. Gadon, Assistant Manager and Chief Inspector. A. J. Soutar, Accountant. W.O.B.Tiloy, 11.H. Maasie, W.H.Pinhey, Inspectors. INTEREST RATES ON FIXED DEPOSITS. 2 per cent, for 0 months. 8 percent, for 12 months. ' per centi for 2 years. IiOHDON OFFICE, 18 IURCHIN-LANK. B.C. Dirsotors—F. H. Dangar, Esq.; lSerin W. Levy, Eeq.; Hon. H. S. Littleton. Hannger— 1'. A. Scrivener. Branches throughout the Stats of Now South ■Wales and in Queensland. Agencies throughout the world. Bowral Branch, QAVIN GEORGE, Manoger. STOCK AGENT, AUCTIONEER, SV30SB VALE. lUgular Stock Solon...

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MOSS VALE [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 26 May 1906

MOSS VALE Tho ohildron, and a largo number of parents -and ftieada aasemhlod in the school at 11 o'clock, and proceedings wore enthusiastic) from start to fini»b. It had been suggested $hat owing to the weather H19 hoisting of tbo flag bliould be'dispensed with, but I Mr*. Gerald Campbell, wh) was present to perfoim I this interesting ceremony, would not bear of such a friing, and so, drooping amid the raindrops, but irapolled by loyal bands and upboru by patriotic fer* vor, tbo Union Jack was hoisted, the children mean while Ringing with heartiness that popular sqiig. "Tho Union Jack of Old England*" This over, Mr, Derman invited tho children to give three ohcers for the visitors, which needless to say were lustily given. Then followed the song ''Three Cheers foe .the Hod, White, and Blue," admirably rendered by the pupils under the baton of Mr. -Berman, and a recitation, also by tho pupils, entitled "Dedication to Queen Victoria" (Tennyson), whioh was very creditably given. ? Dr. ...

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The Wollondilly Press (LATE "BOWRAL FREE PRESS"). 26.5.06. EMPIRE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 26 May 1906

&j)c MtollnnbiKji ;i)ress j (Late "Bowral Frer Pkbss"). 7,6 5.06. "Tho nun it rained'.'on Empuo Hay, dispelling fill thoughto of outdoor epoits and picnics, and con fining tho loyalty and onthuHiasrn of young and old ttUku to tho (imitation* of (our walls. and tho order and decorum necoBpary under t'Uoh circumstances. But although the enthusiasm was coniiited to the limited spare nhove referred to. ii was nono tho Jess , warm and genuine, and, thanks to the united efforts of touchers nnd parents, thoughts of Empire Day, 1905, will linger long in the memories of the chil dren. Patriotism in hy no means dead, oven though in this fair young land of ours we have not lis yet had our fealty tested by any oftho slern realities of war. May all the horrors of battle be long deferred | Ircm our shores—butshould the call to action av any time resound through tho land, ninny, we are proud to think*, of ihoso who joined in tho patriotic ; fours nnd utterances o{ Thuisday last will stand ...

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The Great Epic. BY A BANKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 26 May 1906

The Great Epic. bv a Banker. Ill there modem days, when tlie stress of life is so much moro intenso than formerly, mid when the third rate wprkoffiction satis fies oo many, not only lins the tnste for poetrv almost died out, but the poetic genius has iilso'in great measure vanished awuy. Even the magnificent epic—Paradise LoBt of that greatest of all poet?, the immortal Milton, is'-now scarcely read, though prob ably no poem ever written in any language of earth approaches it lither in poetic in spiration or in bold, startling imagery. After referring to the audacious rebellion in high heaven, and the expulsion from its supernal glirics of those impious and mutin ous spirits, "hurlel headlong fluming from the etherai sky," the pout, iu a flight of the most daring imagination, describes the weird and mystic fiery/gulf— no light, but rather darkness visible, rent by floods and whirl winds of tempestuous remorse and despair, and swept by hurricanes of livid Games, and surging.bil}pwa o...

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

Warm, Debilitating Weather Many people, after a long spell of oppressive heat, suffer from lassitude, loss of spirits, ar.d a general "run down" feeling. Thoy ncod a course ot Ayor's S.irsapiv rllla, a inedicino •svliioh has rovivad and restored to act ive life aud health thousands of such aufforors. A lady who recontly re turned to England from South Africa vrritOB concerning this "wonderful medicine": "While in Capo Town tho past sitm mor I suffored greatly from tho Iong oontinued lieat. X was complotely ■worn out; my blood aeomod to be come as tliln as water, aud I lost all energy and interest in life. My friends reoommonded 9^ and a course of this wonderful modi cine rostorod my health and spirits. My husband suffered in tho samo way as I did, and ho also was greatly bene fited from tho uso of Ayor's Sarsa parilla." There are many imitation Sarsapariilas. Bo sure you get "AYER'S." Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, Mass., U. S. A« AYSH'8 PILLS, tho bost filially l...

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

MOTlIEtt NATUIU3, M.D. Whon nufforinjr from n oough orooli, you wont ti> tiiko Chiunbcriiiiu's Congb Ko.'n-dy. It aots ou Nature's plan by loosoniny tlio cold, relieving tlie lungs, and tn ikiu; expectoration rnny. Plo.auut to t-ik-', iftfe, and olwaja curuH, p.,r aalo by D. Uurgiu, Cliemixt. The Hon, W. McCourt has received word that the Minister for: Works has ap proved of a sum of £200 being noted in next year's estimates for improvements to the Burrawang-Robertson road. 3?or Bronchial Cough! take : Woods' Great Peppermint Oarc. Is 61. Hill, Bros., Bowral—the leaders in fashion. Their stock of drapery, etc., iceeps pace with th« seasons* RoiUoc'a correspondent at Now Oilcans reporta that the board ol control of Ihu Louiaiaiia Leper Hnme announces the di3chargo oI Hireo lepers all.. BOlu'Wty Wed, >4 i";

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Autumn Fair and Industrial Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 26 May 1906

Autumn Fair and Industrial Show. I The Women's Working Guild of St. John's Church, Mohs Vale, were unfortunate in choosing a wet day for tho holding oktbeir annual autumn fair and industrial show this year, otherwise tho func tion could not but have been eminently successful. All the Arrangements had, under tho leadership of Mrs. A. E. Richardson, tho popular lion, seoretary (backed up by an energetic ladies' committee), been carried to a point bordering on per/cction, as ft glance at the hall woul 1 readily show. The various stalls, in addition to being prettily arranged, were also heavily laden—a sign that tho ladies had en tered with their usual Kealousuess upon tho work of preparation. The work and fancy stall was pur mounted by a graceful trellised arch, in and out of of which ivy and autumn leaves were entertwined, giving an artistic effect. The stall was stocked with articloo as uumerous as they were useful, and ready purchasers wero found. Musdamcs Moaley and Elward Badgcry,...

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

C. H. Hal stead, ARCHITECT, •' Wk»RIH«TON," BURIUDOO. Dr. 11. Crawford, SURGEON DENTIST, TO IKY HALT., UOWRAT. Nitroua Oxide Gas Adroinisterid. Office Hour*, 9 a.m. to C p.m. MRS. S. 0. GIBBONS, . TEACIII2R OF MUSIC SINGING, ELOCUTION, AND DANCING. VISITS ROWUAfj DAILT. TERMS ON APPLICATION. . Addbhis-BURRADOO. GEO. E. VINCENT, A. MUS. T.C.I,. PROFESSOR OF MUSIC, BOWKAL AND MIl'TAUONQ. PIANOFORTE, HARMONY, COMPOSITION, Etc. TH11MS ON AI'l'I-ICATIOy. PvlR. a. bennett, Teacher of Violin. Busss aTbmett~ Teacher of Pianoforte, BU11HADOO STHI3ET, BOWRAL Terms on application. DR. H. LE1GHT0N JONES, OHIISfTIST, . Ai'is&yle Street, MossTal« May be consnlle<l at ' Morgan's Pharmacy ivory Monday Forenoon and Friday Afternoon. Ear-id W. Moffat, MONUMENTAL MASON, ARQYLE STREET, iMOSS YvlLE. (NEXT FIBE STATION). E»ihmtks fob Ubadstonm in Granite, MaRBLB, and FlittBi-TOKB. LATEST DESIGNS ON APPLICATION. AVorkkansiiw Guakahtekd. Dfflrs. ^tigoldBij, (QTOKN'S COLLEGE, LONDON) Tuy&...

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