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

Tenders for Fencing at Colo Vale. t2a?ENDERS ftre invited (or clearing the line one i chain wide, putting up Fence according to specufica* i tioi)f and stacking timber in heups ae may be direc- | ted along iho lino. | Specifications and nil Information can bo had (Tuesday) from Mun-in-Charge of l E, CARR HORDERN'S PROPERTY, ' Lindeay Hall, Colo Valo. J&gnS. SMIDT hasre-opened her REGISTRY. Several competent Maids waiting engagement. Ladies requiring please write Hampden Registry, Bourke-etreet, Goulburn. 3E*OR SALE, two Dry Cows and two or throo Young Heifers. Apply J. Doberty, Black Springs, near Mittagong. ANTED AT ONCE.—3 DAIRY FARMS in Moss Vale, Exeter, or Bowral districts* Anyone having same to let, send particulars to* G. F, LYNCH, Auctioneer, Moss Vale. 3E*0R SULKIES nod other Vehicles, Saddlery, and Harness, none better than afcT. BROWNLOW'S Federal Coachbuildar, Mobb Vale. 3C AM a CASH BUYER of Hidis, Skins, and Wool, Marsupial Skins in any quantity.—Or. F, LYNCH, ...

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

EXETEB. Despite the extremoly unfavourable weather Em :piro Day was duly observer] at the Exeter- Public School, It had bueu wi«oly decided to oonfine the •celebration to the school room, which was specially deoarated, many eaaiplea of manual training work ;being displayed on the walls. The children assem •bled at 10.30 a.m., and on entering the school room eaoh scholar received a neat little modal. Mr. F. A. Badgery, chairman of the School Board, presided. The pupils sang tbe following choruses : .'Advance Auatrulia, Australia fair I love thee, An Empire Song, and The Boli Birds. The boIo parts were taken by ISmmie Neville, Ivy Linklator, and Jennie Murchie. The following recitations wore well given :—Happiness, Lillian Bunker ; Love of ^Country, Ivy Linklater ; Mr. Nobody, Colin Camp bell ; Cinderella, Heather Ross ; Division of La* bour, Ceoil Foruham ; The House, Cyril South ; Robinson Crusoe, Fiorrie Fenton ; Lictlo by Little, Lily Fraeer. The chairman* in the course of his rem...

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

sutton forest; It was unfortunate that tho wet weather prevented (bo children from having the picnic, whieh was to have taken placo at " Hill Yiow.,} After much con sideration, it was decided to go.through with the ceremony in tbo eohool room, give the children Hueh refreshment as would not keep, and hold the other till Saturday ; when, if fine, the sports will com* •taence at 1 o'clock,and afternoon tea will be provided for the children. Tho programme opened with a sq,ng " Australia " by tbo school ohildren, followed by a very inalruo iivo and interesting address by Rev, A. C. Corletto, who urged tho children to always remember Iginpiro bay, and bo loyal to King and country. A recita tion,11 Lovo of country," wns well recited by tho floliool children, and Mr. Miller said a few words to ftho children. He said it would ho almost the last .occasion ho would help them with any public func tion, ae owing to increasing deafness, ho. was to have another position offered him in the educati...

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

The wedding of Mr. Sidney James ; Coles, second soil of Mr, George Coles, of Willow vale. Bangalovv (late of Bowral) to JMiss Laurel Elizabeth Rankin, youngest daughter of Mr. John Rankin, of Brook Park, was celebrated at Binna Burra, jRichmond River, on May gth. • To those who oiingli, and ihoso who noed Too frequuittly to blow thoir noaco At church or public meeting, hcod Xlio nccret that my (.on discloses, No neoil to bo a nuisance now, 'l'ti man or cliilil or ronid demure Hn« ran rnn nop! I'll tell you how, : • D.ise i -t!i Vu jU' Gieat I'enpcrmint Ouro. ,<Helnlh-72 inch "i lth, good patterns, apocial ya|#o 2/0 yard, ill Utos,

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B.D.A.H. and I. Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 26 May 1906

3B.D.A.H. and I. Society, A well-attended committee meeting of the above, held on Wednesday afternoon, presided ovsr by iha President, Mr. J. A. Badgery. The first business was to deal with the protest against Prevoat Bros, prize for collection of vege tables by amateurs. Messrs. PrevoBt Bros, were pvosent in person to defend their case, and they also handed in a sworn declaration to the effect that the ^vegetables had b'con grown by them on less than an .acre of ground. It was ultimately decided, on the motion of Messrs. H. Richardson and Dndd, that the prize money be paid to Prevoat Bros. The chairman oaid it was unfortunate that any unpleasantness had occurred, but it was oloarly the duty of the ,omi knittee, when protests were laid, to make a thorough investigation. . The secretary staled he had written to Messrs. Jiurohte and Hunnisait with regard to their exhibits, but had received no reply.—It was resolved to al low these two capes to stand over till next meeting, the exhibit...

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Southern Rifle Association. To the Editor "Wollondilly Press." [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 May 1906

Southern Hi lie Association. To the Editor '•Wollor.ililly Press." , Sir,—WouM yoo kindly permit me to take adrant. oge of yoi r nolumns to bring under tho notice of thoRe interested in the promotion of rifle shooting nrnl iliiwMonce of (ho Commonwealth. the great work.ihatH Iwing done by the council of the ahovo ,body. In l'JOl we held our first genonil priiw meet ing, and have h -1(1 one annually since then. It will ho probably news for the public to learn that in prizo money ami expMves we lmvi» spoilt over IM000. For a great putt of this amount we had to depend on cn» tranc« fees, the Government eontri'utina £250 per year, and patriotic citizens making up the balance. Up till tho prefli nt wo could accept entrance (torn shooter?living in any part of the State, consequently the entrance fees fonnotl a very larpo patt of our in come. but now regulations have been framed, limit ing tho pphere of the District Associations, ours* b^ing confined to the Southern lino and its branches, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 May 1906

ARCHITECT, •' Weiiiiinotox," DUI'.RADOO. Dr. 11. Cra trf SURGEON DENTIST, TOWN UAL?-, HO WHAT. Nitroas Ozldo Gam Admiuisterci). OiUco Hour*. [} a.m. to 5 p.m. MRS. S. 0. 0I8B0NS, TKAOHRB OP MUSIC SINGING, ELOCUTION, AND" DANCING. VISITS ISOWRAL DAILY. TERMS ON APPLICATION. . Adobbss-BUIUIADOO. GEO. E VINCENT, A. MU3. T.C.L. PROFESSOR .OF MUSIC, • EOWJIAL AND MI I'TACOXO. PIANOFORTE, HARMONY, COMPOSITION, Etc. TRIMS OX APPLICATION. MB. A. BEpETT, Teacher of Violin. A. - BENKETty. • Teacher of Pianoforte, 'BIMBADOO STHBBT. ; BOWRAL Trrms cn application. DR. H. LESOHTOM MES, DENTIST, ■ ' " £3ti*eofc,'SVff <>«« "V 2*.lo May he consulted at ... ; Morgan's Pharmacy Every Monday Fcranoon antJ Friday Afl'orrtoon. Da vid IF. Moffat, MONUMENTAL MASON, \4RGflK STREET, . MOSS YALE. (NEXT FIBE STATION). ' Estimates roit IIbadstokrs in Grant™, and PeBISWOMB, LATEST DESIGNS ON APPLICATION. Bz«T WOIIKMAKSUIP GuARAHTBtSD. DQZrs. fygofdSy, . IQUlllSN'S COLLEGE, LONDON) Pupil ol Dr. E. G...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 May 1906

-.-'PADDINGTON. a aoee bessslt. The Oane of fVJrs. M. WARD. ; (By B Local lieportcr.J. It Was at No. d.4 Caledonia-street, Paddiington, that a reporter saw Mrs. Mary Ward, who was asked . .".Will you kindly inform mo what was t'lio caiiso of vour lato illness?" "Well," replied Mrs.'Ward, ■" I was treated by two doctors, and they b9tb said it was my liver that was doing, the mischief, and my own opinion is that my liver troubles wore left .as a lojuov from influenza, with which I had been very ill for a long time. I was loft terribly wonk, and almost un able to hold up against the iuternal dorangoments that were oausing mo so much misury. Jb'or quite ri year I.suf-. fered with severe pains down my right ' side, which felt as if a kni'c was be ing driven through me, and if I tried to" take a deep breath the agony was ; fearful. Every day I oxperiunced o nasty drowsy feeling, which was moro ■ depressing than tho. worst form of headache,'and I assuro you I hadn't the least inclination f...

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ROBERTSON V. MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 May 1906

. ROBERTSON v. MITTAGONG. y • These teams met at Robertson on Sat urday, the locals securing a meritorious win after a well;fought-out game. The score was 9 to nil. . A big crowd as ssmbled to witness the match, which was followed with k:en interest throughout.' Mr. Wilson "refereed with""'uniform fair ness, apparently not favoring one. side more than the other, and, besides posses sing a correct knowledge,of the game; he kept a cool "head," in this way nonplus sing a couple of.the players, who would greatly have preferred^to get in a bit of bluff." Mitt'agong, wllo defended the western line, kicked off, and fora time the play was of a give-arid take description, followed by some forced play by Robert son, who twice made matters warm, for the visitors in their own 25, safety being eventually sought in forcmg. . Both sides were playing a "willing" game, the pace being a cracker, which, happening ' so, ea,rly,in the, season, was rather surprising. From the kick-off Mittagong invaded.t...

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Football. BREEZES by "WINGER." [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 May 1906

Football. ■ -BREEZES by " WINGER." After mijoyiiig a byo Bowral jonrnnyod t •Wildo's^M endow to meet tho locals in thei first game of the season on Saturday last to the.tuna of 12 poiut to nil. Gowrio Rnthven captained the • visitors, :ftnd Walsh did likewise for tho Meadow.' Bowral ployed up well at the start of the game; it being fftBt and exceedingly rough. The viaitiug team had the misfortune to lose two of their players beforo lwlf time— Jim/Fitzgerald falling and dislocating hi* elbow,'and the Bowral oaptain bis knoe,an old-time trouble. Tho crack three-quarter was playing back whon he met with his ncoideut. This will probably keep Jim off the field a few weeks. Kuthven's knee, although much swollen and strained, is not as bad as anticipated. He will not be able to resume for some time. On Ruthven's retirement Percy Dahmead led the visitors. - Jack Weeks played a solid forward game, and grafted right up to tlie finish. The Bowral forwards played a scratching game and require a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 May 1906

MOTHER NATUBE, M.D. \ .WIipii A-*flTcrinsr frqnva coujrh or col .'/you want t.i t iko I himm>rIumVt Cough Remedy. It note on Numiic'h plun by loosonini? the odd, roliovlug the lung«, and mik«u* axpcotoration ift«y»\ Ha a^ut to t k •'afp, anil nlwuja cnrea. K.r bhIi) by I). 1U og i-vC ieinUt.

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Golf News. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 May 1906

Golf News.; . Oil tho Moss Valo CrulfLiulis on Saturday afttnioon iho vioo-prci3iiU'iit3' tcnrn met the ■ euciut'irv'a, and tlio vosult whs a tio. Fol lowing woi'o tho (ho details ■ — Vioa-pvasidenla' team, Secretary's team. A. G. Miller i v O. B.Uoombo ■■ ■■£ \V. Filz [lill o ; v C. Miu'Silon 0 ILL. Hixson 5. v F. S. MitoiioU 0 n. O. Carter . 0 v P. n. Tlifii.-iliy 5 'i'. A. F.M'O.irtliy 0 ■ v : J. 11 Seroggio 5 10i 10£

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Empire Day Celebrations. COLO VALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 May 1906

Empire Day Celebrations. COLO VALE. The rain rained on Empire Day, but still it did not damp our ardour. Sports had to be postponed for a brighter, day, which was kind enough to turn up on Saturday last. Empire Day itself was spent in a very fitting manner at ColoVale. The children at the Public School, wearing badges, were given special lessons, chiefly bearing on loyalty, followed by a very able ad dress from the Rev. E. Heffernan. Songs and recitations were given by the school children, after which a substantial lunch was enjoyed. Hearty cheers were given for King and country. After singing the National Anthem, each child receiving a bag of lollies, the proceedings were brought to a close. Saturday, 26th, was Sports Day, and the weather left nothing to be desired, as every one knows. The Flag was unfurled amid great enthusiasm by Miss Drake of Tasmania. The sports were creditably taken in hand by Messrs. W. rfambridge and J. Ghallcer, the prizes being distribu ted by Messrs. ;Bat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 May 1906

....: T3imX8 AND SCALDS." Evon ttiQ aliirht' hi bucn or -oaUI will miao a blist er, u \d often lend to i\ painful ami ohronio enro. In H»autly lifter n bum, apply Chnmborlain'rt Pain Balm, whioh .will rulicve tlio psint and in most cises prevent tho formation of a blister or aoro. No oi\Hn-iry a ci'lont is «oJikolr to lend to dangerous roHulb. iis ii burn or soaUl, and if Chamberlain's Pain B rim was gooJ for nothing olscv it would still bo u romutly that.nn household Hiould ovor bo with out. Jj\>r salo by JX Morarau, Chomidt. Lowest prices and high quality goods —these two factors have combined :to make Hill Bros, the busy.-commercial" centre of the district, ■ ; > For Children's (lacking Cough fit Nighty . Woods' Groat Peppermint Cure. . Is Gil. The value of the ".Wollondilly Press" as.an advertising medium is fast increas ing, and advertisers, too, are realising i its worth in this connection, as our business columns will show. Subscriptions! too; are coming in rapidly from...

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MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 May 1906

MI'TTAGONG. The sports' and picnic arranged for Empire Day auMKtagong, and which had to be postponed on account of the wet weather, were successfully held on Satur day afternoon on the Recreation Ground. The beautiful day induced a large atten dance of children and adults. Kaces and all kinds of games amused the 'children' and interested the adults also, and it goes without saying that a thoroughly enjoy able time was spent. During the after noon a committee of ladies regaled the large gathering with refreshments. All the sports arrangements were carried out under the supervision of Mr. Paradise, ■who received ready assistance from the teachers and.several other gentlemen.

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Chatted With Royalty. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 May 1906

Chatted With Royalty. George Blake; the Viotorian amateur long 'distance'/runner, writes from Athens, under date April 19 .•—•"I had the honour of being presented to his Majesty the King of Eng land yesterday. With King Edward wero Queen Alexandra, the King of'Greece, tha Queen of Greece, the Prinoe of Wales, tha Princess of Wales, the Crown Prinoe, and other princes of /Greece. King Edward shook hand's wilb me, and aslied^ mo what races I was iti for. I told-him' that- tha .'Marathon' nice was the principal one. Ha asked me what'form I was in. I 'said I would, be all right as soon' as I "got a bit more fat off. I have not ranch to Bpare.. lie looked at ine and hurst out laughing. I then left. King Edward is a grand sort,, nnd very jolly.' Qiiopii Alexandra* nnd tho Princess, of Wales looked grand. ' Before buine presented.I was speaking to the Prince of Wales. Ho is a vory nice, fellow, aod. very chatty. I -wa* also speaking- to the King of Greece. Ho is a very line fellow.

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SUTTON FOREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 May 1906

SUTTON FOREST. _The picnic and sports in connection with Empire Day at Sutton Forest were held in the picturesque grounds of "Iiill View" on Saturday afternoon. A proces sion was formed at the school and inarch ed to the ground, headed by the large Union'Jack and amid the waving of num berless flags. On arrival an abundant supply of good things was handed round, and sports and races followed, the gather i lg entering with enthusiasm into the events of the day. Later in the afternoon tea was partaken of, after which the prices won at the sports were distributed, aiid the company dispersed.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 May 1906

CONSTIPATION. Tor oonstipnlion, llieso in nntliinir quito so uinn as Ohnmbarlnin's Stnmaoh; ami Livor Tabluls. Thoy alwnjM produco ii pleasant mnvemont of tlis botvols, withoutiiuv disoBrconblo oftoiit.'. For auto byX. Morgan, Chemist. -• ' Cartridges ot all kinds at Hill Bros.

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BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 May 1906

BOWRAL. In conneciion with the Empire, Day prize essays two additional prizes have been donated—11 3rd for the boys' division by Mrs. H. Corston, and a third for the girls' by Mr. S. W. Hodye. The awards were made to Jessie Stephens, who wrote on "Patriotism; and Fred Fordhatn, whose subject was"Cecil Rhodes as an empire builder.'' The date for holding the adjourned sports anil other matters will be discussed at the meeting of the Empire Day committee this afternoon at 4 P-'»- . :

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A Mighty Empire. (From "Life" for May.) [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 May 1906

'A-Mighty Empire. (From " Life " for May.) OBlub-boplta are usually a very -.drill, variety of literature, but tho Census Blue-book, juat issued in London, (jiving the main facts about the British Empire, is one' of the uiost remarkable bits of literature the world has seen. Never before were tho statistics; of a groat Empire packod botwixt n singje pair of oovors ; nnd never before did history witness snoh an Empire an is here described. The British flog, to-diiy, flies nbove 12,000, 000' square miles of territory, and over nearly 400,000,000 of population. Hfre, in a word, is au empire, containing within its bounds one-fifth of nil the habitable lands of the planet, and nearly one-fourth of the human race. King Edward VII. is a mon arch who, judged'by the aroa over which he reigns, might look dowu with pity ou all the Oresars. And this vast Empire has not been onrved by the sword. It has not been wou by diplomacy. It does not represent; the triumphant greed of a conquering rac&...

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