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

MAKE YOURSELVES S^UG FOR THE WINTER BY GETTING YOUR Blankets, Flannels Jackets, Winter Underwear New Dress Goods Men's, Boys' and Youths' Clothin Boots and Skoes J. Bv-ANDREWS & GO. ' BOWRAL. MERIT REWARDED by Court of Juslico. Tlio HckuowUriptHl koo'I qualities mid uncross of SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT l'.'™ brought tiul many imitation*, and ono cuou was just tried in the Supremo Court of Viotori/t, before His Honour Clmf Justico Sir J. Mtiddon, 1£.C.M.G., &o. His llontiur, i<i giving jiukrcmei.t. gtiid that "wliuucver hd art'clv is commended fc'> tho public by reatmn ofiu good quulity &o., it in not permissible t< imitate any of its feature, Ho restrained the • imitator*'perpetually from do'ng oo tied ordjred them to | tty all costs. . , We publish this to afford tho public ah oppor tunity of protecting themselves, und of Mmurirt# what is proved beyond all doubt by slti'ltid witues??n,s at tho Supremo Court of Victoria...

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 May 1906

THE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY of SYDNEY, Ltd. [Emni.isnED J831.] Capital paid tip .. .. .. £ 1,000.000 Reserve fund .. .. .. J,190.000: Hefiervo Capital .. .. ' 1,000,000 £3,190.000 nmp-CTons. . (i. 3. Cohen. Ksq., Chairman. Hon. n.R.Kaler, M.Ij.C., Deputy Chairman. Hon. Honry Moses, M.Ij.C. Hon: Richard Jones, 'M.li.C;, ■ ■ J Ion. F..T. Hurophery, M L O.. : ACDirOIW. - A. H. K. Maxwell, Eeq., W. L. Docker, Esq. HEAD OFFICE, GEORGE-ST, SYDNEY. T. A. DibbB. Gencl'ftl Manager. lVll; Gadcn, Assistant Manager and Ohiel Inspebtor. A. J. Soutar, Accountant. W.O.B.Tiley, H.H. Massie.W.H.Pinliey, Inspectors. INTEREST RATES ON FIXED DEPOSITS, •2 per cent,/or fi months. " 3 per cent, tor 12 months. ,3i per cent, for 2 years.. LONDON OFFICE, 18 RIRCR1N-LANE, E.C. Director's—F. H. Dungar, Esq.; Bona W. Levy, Esq.; Hon. H. S. 'Littletons ManaROjr—F. A. Sorivener. •Branches throughout the Stato ol New South • Wales and in Queensland. Agencies throughout iho world. Bowral Branch, GAVIN GEORGE, Ma...

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Band of Hope. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 May 1906

Band of Hope. A varied and interesting pvogrammo wna | presented by tho members and friends of St. Jiide'e, Bowral, Baml of Hope, to an appreciative audience on Monday evening, last, '.The Rev. E. Hargrove'presided. The children, who bud..prepared- nearly all the items, guvo a bright euterlainyieut of part songs, recitations and dialogues,, oach en forcing soiuo wbolesomo les.-ion, love- of home, work, (lowers &u., cacb coming in for its sharo of praise. The chairman began bin promised explanation of I ho new Liquor Bill which ho lucidly put before his hearers, giving graphic and amusing touches to bring its localities within the grasp of Hie younger members. Mr. y. Parcull kindly asdistod in the enjoyment of tlio ovening by contribut ing a ativriug solo''I'lio Anvil's Clink,"

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The Wallondillg Press (Late "BOWRAL FREE PRESS") 30.5.06. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 May 1906

&be M'ollon^illn lj.vcss (Late "Bowral Fruu Press"). 30.5.06. Local and Ocncral. Farm implements and produce, at low rates, at Hill Bros., Bowral. Mr. E. H. Badger)', auctioneer, Moss Vale, reports having sold "Mansdale," 315 acres .'situated at Robertson, and known as McGill's farm', at a big figare, The purchaser, was Mv. P.- A. --Quirlt,'- o£ Menangle. The fortnightly stock sales will be held at Bowral to-day. The advertisements of Messrs. Good fellow and Co. and Knox and Smith appear elsewhere. Mr. J. H. Beale announces the sale of 250 head mixed cattle at his fortnightly stock sale at Moss Vale on Friday. Mr. H. Richardson will hold a clear ance sale at Bnndanoon on Friday of household furniture and effects, harness, 'milking cows, etc.; also at his rooms, Moss Vale, on Saturday, various lines as enumerated in the advertisement. . Const. Russoll, of Robertson, has received orders to be in loneliness for removal to Hay. During tlio two years that ho was stationed at Robo...

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 May 1906

\Voo(1h' Great.I'cpperniii)t Curs, For Coughs and Colds, nevocfiiils, le Qd. A bridegroom at Philadelphia accidently shot hia bride wiih a revolver, which had boon sent a? a wed\ dinx present/" At tho request of the fatally wounded bride, alio was married before aha diod, WONDERFUL ASTONISHING, "SPIE a Btririg round your finger, make a note in your pocket-book, lie a knot in your handkerchief or write it with indelible peuoil on your memory bos—• use any means at. all which will fix it in your mind to pay a visit to the Oyclorama. Halt the joy ot going to Sydney iu wasted if yon don't call at this unique entertainment. . Yon get fun galore and iu addition there is the great display of tho famine battle ol Gettysburg to instruct and enlighten. And nil this for 1/-, with children at sixpence. JOHN 'BE A Van opposite HII.L BROS,, BOWRAL, NEWSAGENT, TOBACCONIST, &o„ &c.. HAIRDKESSTNG SALOON, ^3>0NTAINING over 2000 pages of condensed commercial matter, onablcn enterpri...

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

The Pride of Ptaoe 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 Order too ILarge, Hone too SnaaSl. TAYLOR BEOS. .MOSS VALE. THE LliAMNC STOKE,

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

The Babbit Curse. ! The story about the rabbits on Wilgah j Downs bits brought along some olliera, One man fays that lis heard the manager toll how. be. kept, ihe rabliita down. The place is netted, hut they have never bad a poison rait on the place. . What the mana ger did was to send men round the- boun (iiirieH wi'h loads'of boiled pens. The rab bits wore delighted with the new feed, and; ate thera eagerly. When tli^y were all eaten up, he sent lound dry peas, as bard.aSfitoneti. Tlio rabbits picked them up and tried to eat them, and they shut their eyes iib they chewed.. Then a man walked along the fence and killed them with a olnb, while their eyes were shut. That was how it came that there aro now tio rabbitts on Wilgah Downs. That story is as likely as eome of the others I

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 May 1906

TREAT IT PROPERLY. Golds'wonkon lino 'ungp, lower tho vitality nrid pavo lha way for cmwutuption. Pnoumoma al.vuya r&mlls from a cold, or from mi attack of iufluonza. every cold tlio iitfc niton tt dtfiton'os; treat it protnptjy and proporly. AVImt should you', do? Thoro ia buh mio unstvor, 1 i.ko-. Olwmburl liu'd Co itfb Ubiuody. It Mlw<»ya euro-'. For sate by J); Mor&au, Gliomlah ..

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
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A.M.F. Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 May 1906

■ A.M.F. Society. It, wiib an exceedingly flattoriug tale Mr.! A..W. Moults, M.L.C.,chairman of tlio Aits'-' tralian Muinul Provident Society, bad to toll tlio members of tho institution at the ''fifty-seventh animal meeting held at Sydney on Friday, Ho was supported on "the: plat> form by board representatives from nil tlie States', as well as New Zealand. Tlio chair man conli'ned Ilia remarks to fin exhaustive raviow of the year's operationvnnd showed they had been vory successful, Though t'lja business transacted in the industrial depart* ment win! small, iiHvertliolo.-s h-i and his eo directors are confident that it would ultim ately prove one of tlio moat successful branches of the society. IIo gave the as surance tlu"t the.bouus'-s would not bo af fected by tlio industrial business. It was equally pleasing to hear the views oxpresseil by each interstate representative respecting I tlio condition, of tlio society's affair# in .th'o. difYkrent States. Tho reports in ovory in-...

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
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Bowral Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 May 1906

Bowral Eaces. The following weights have beon doolurcd for the principal events of the Bowral ltaoe Olub's meeting on Prince of Wales' liivtli day (Jnne 4): — Flying Handicap.—0 farlonga, ; , st. lb. Mr. L. Flook's Hulicon (late Hippy) 9 6 Mr. M. Olauoey's Redeemed ... 8 10 Mi*. Geo. West's Modesty ... ... 8 0 Mr. J. Garr's Snapshot ... ... 7 12 Mesbi's. Throsby ati'.l Morrioe.s Noruh Sharp ... ... ... 7 12 Mr. G. M'Mtllan'a Murvale... ... 7 10 Mr. T. M. Fox's Venture II ... 7' . 0 Mr. W. Higson's Loch Ayr ... ...' 7 4 Mr. J. Griffiths' Mystery' ... ;.. G/ia Mr. J. Watt's Eoaey Kate ... ... 6 -7 Prince uf Wales' Handicap.—1-J- mile.'. Mr. R. Robertson's Oardross ... 9 • 6 Mr. L. Flook's Helicon (late Hippy) 9 .1 Mr. M. Clancey's Redeemed ... 8 8 Mr. J. Curr's Snapshot ... ... 7 G Mr. T. M. Fox's Venture II... ... 7 4 Messrs. Brookor and Neichs'Laddie 7 0 Mr. J. Griffiths' Mystery ... . ... 6 -7 District Handicnp.—7 furlongs. • "Messrs. Tlirosby and Monica's Norah Sharp ... 9 5 Mr. T...

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Jubilee of Responsible Government. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 May 1906

Jubilee of Responsible Government. The lion. W. McCourt, Spoaker of tho Legislative Assembly, speaking at tho Jubileo Celebration of fifty years of responsible government, at Sydney last week, eaid Your Exccllenoy, Mr. President, and gentlemen,— I recognise that it is a vary great privilege to be al lowed to address an assembly such as this on such {intension. There are gentlemen present .hero to day who havo taken a full hand throughout tbe fifty yeate of parliamentary government. I think it is a, very fair thing that to-day we should look back im-! partially on the effects of (be legislation passed dur ing tho last fifty years. There cannot be a doubt but that tho granting of Responsible Government was a groat boon to Australia. Through it we have made conaiderablo progress.. But I might ask, is that progress as sound.and real as it looks? It is irue that we hav'o'throughout this State thousands of miles of railways and many palatial public build* ; ings. But, as a matter of fact,...

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

Tito nofata forestft of our''-land Beneath mnn'ti devastating hand Soon will havo vanished, leaving tboro This country tying. gaunt and haro. No woo le.l clothing, now sho'fl old, To'eavo her from her doath of cold, But lol nevy Woods aria* with haftlin^ stfro. All hail thou—Woods' Occat Peppormint Cure.

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General Finn and Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 May 1906

General Finn and Rifle Shooting". ■ Adilrosriing ilin rifli'iuou at Singleton on Friday night, General Finn advocated plain targets being used, with a figure, thus saving tlifl nocessiiy of aiming at a'certain mart. If Bhootiug at. a kangaroo, thsy would unt flxpoot. a mmk to be painted on it, aii'l if foes eamo to liilco this island continent (Itoy j would not be marked with pointed deviccs. I For a atari, thoy should havo a klialci tar Hot: and evontually nono at all. Ho did not soa why they should not .shoot at the long rango first and tho shorter ranges after wards.

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Boutht a Farm Instead. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 May 1906

BoiigM a Farm Instead. In 11 email Iudiarm lown there is an offi cer designated aa inspector of streets aud roadways, wlio roceivei the munificent salary of £250 per year. There was a lively campaign for tlijs small plum not long ago, no'other elections being near. The Demo cratic cnndiilnte \va3 an old fellow by the name of Ezekiel Hick.-!, and it looked as though ho would be successful, aa a neat liitlo Hum had beeu subscribed and turned over to him us a campaign fund.' To tho iiBttxiishiucnt- of everybody, however, ho was defeated. "I can't account for it," one of tlio Democratic leaders said, gloomily. "With that money we should have won. How. did you lay it out, TCzekiel ?" "Hum," Ezekiel said, slowly pulling his whiskor ; yrr see, that office only pays £250 a year palaryj an' Idiiln't sen no senso in payin' £000 out lo get the office, so I jest bought me a little Iruck-farm instead." ■

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

Obituary. Mr. Thomas Anderson, who died at Robertson on Thursday morning last, was GO years of ago. Ho was born in Ferman agh, uorth of Ireland, aud caruo to Australia soma <10 years ago. Six yoar9 later ho came to the Robertson distrct, where lie had since resided. Deceased was a well-kiiowu and rospectod reaidout. He leaves a widow and « family of three grown-iip sons. The funeral took place on Saturday iu the Rob ertson cemetery, the Rev. D. T. Smith officiating at tho grave". Mr. R. B. Simpson carriod out the funeral arrangements. Constable William Carpenter, of the Par ratuatta police, died on Saturday last after a long illness. He bad a severe attack of pneumonia some time ago which left hi.i heart weak. Being unfit for duty bo was retired from (he forco. A fortnight ago he fell ill again with fatal results. Ha had been 80 years in the foroe and was welU. known iu the • Purrainatta aud Moss Vale districts. ' His remains were laid to rest iu the Ohiu'oh.of England po...

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

For Brnnchinl Coughs tako Woofa'Great Peppermint Cure. Is OJ.

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Democracy or Socialism. (To the Editor "Wollondilly Press.") [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 May 1906

Democracy or Socialism. (To the Editor " Wollondilly Press.") Sir,—The necessity of organisation of those vari ous political bodies, which- white.earnrstly opposed to, fior'ialism. ire not yet united on any- common; ground for effective opposition must ho patent'to. «!1. The federal election n vw approaching will bb f.uight out n» ihe question of l).>mn<jracy or Social i?i». This is ii»w 'K'lcnmvJed^cd the clear cut pro-, po-dihm. No other ipestion cad approach it in im i porianct*. i 'Protection or Ffficlniile is, for the tlmc, j of no urgency, hut Socialism affects the life o( the I nation. This is now ?o fully appreciated that a body has been .established to be known as the - Australian. Democratic Union, with a central executive formed,; composed of— 1. All the members of the' Federal Parliament who are members of the Opposition Party. 2. Representatives of the following bodies: The Liberal and Reform Association, Australian Liberal .League, People's Reform League,...

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

.A SENSIBLE '/.STIMULANT.' A vS4imvi!ant that is medicinal ih its aidlion anci isef<3irecft health •jp2,orsioter is worths? ofjall men's dririksng'f x? £? St is bracing, and has curative effecft in js? Kidn'ey, Bowel, and Urinary AfFetfiiosis. truiii;' 11 ■■mnuniiLiinf BUY WHOLE | 50TTLE5

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

and wns so -weak that X could scarcely ■walk about or talk. All my friends bolioved I could uover get well. I then b.ogan to tako Ayer's Chorry Peotoral and immediately folt an Im provement. It took only two bottlos to work a complete cure. It cortainly saved my lile." This is one of thousands of testi monials to tho wonderful valuo of and throat troublos of all kinds. A standard and unrivaled remedy for sixty yoars. In largo and small bottlos. Bowaro of imitation so-called "Gouuino Chorry Pectoral." Bosuro to got "AYElt'S Chorry Pectoral." PKpflrej1I)yDr.J.C.Aycr&Co.tLowclI,Mfl£8.,tJ.S.A. ' We Iiolcl very large stocks of Violisis at Clfoe&p es t rates. The' S federals' Model, ^L! "11-6. Complete. Solid for otir {rated Catalogue. Strinj>» and Fitting's for Every Musical Instrument. 333 Goorgo St. Sidney KiK«^EE23aS3TKr7T^5?^' rl" 'rt W (i < -J '■! ^ ; If yon as13© 3iot satis fied with, your © I d. Piasio5 wSiy © i e x - cbiasiige It for a new one from P...

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Dr. Dowie Deposed. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 30 May 1906

Dr. Bowie Deposed. According to advices from America, five thousand members of tbo "Christian Catholic Apostolic Church assembled in Zion City" have publicly rpV pudiatedond deposed tbe Prophet. • Mr.Voliva': has been oppointcd temporary leader ' in 23ion. Dr. Dowie ordered the Church to dismiss Mr. Grangnr? "associate overseer and financial manager," bat Zion has retained its financi"! manager and dismissed its Apostlo. Strange to say, both Mrs. Dowie and 1 Mr. Gladstone Bowie, her eon, were present at' tho Church meeting, and agreed with the aotion taken by the people. All sorts of charges . wore made against Dr. Dowio, among others deception, fraud, luxurious living, and wasto of tbe funds of Zioti. Mr. Granger ia now in charge of all tho funds, bat it in not beliorcd that he will be ablo to avert a crisis. Dr. Dowio is supposed to have squandered £200,000 during the lust two years. Meanwhile tho Prophet is in Jamaica, seeking rest and restoration of health. If Elijah gets better...

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