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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 2 June 1906

pCTS ESTABLISHED AT COURT, In an fiction, iho ciiubq of which was flagrant mis use of our firm name ami other Rro>s misrepresen tations by an imitating company, which wan tried vbefore his Honor Chief JusticeJ. Madden,K.O.M.O., L.L.D., in llio Supremo Court, at Melbourne, the prosecution showed :— 1. That Sandci and Sons' Pare Vulalilo Eucalypt Extract contains all medicinal constituents* of tho eucalypti, in a highly rc/lnod and puro form. 2. Tbnt it is rauch moro powerfully healing (auli septic) than ordinary eucalyptus prHpaintiont*. ; 8* That ii <1och not depress the heart likti ordinary eaoalyptu? preparations. 4. That in contains no harmful ingredients, and fi. That it is highly commended by many author - iiics for the lust BO years as a safo, reliable and effective remedy. Some imitators have tried to deccivo the public by simulating our get up ; othnrs have relied on:the "just-as good" uatuc. Thcrcfote, tuku care and ob tain ihn * OI3NUIKK SANDKR & SONS...

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 2 June 1906

It's Getting Gold. .VV' MAKE YOURSELVES SNUQ FOR THE WINTER ^ BY GETTING YOUR ' Blankets, Flannels - ■ Jaeketsy: Winter Underwear. •-•• New Dress 'Goods Men's, Boys'and Youths'Clothing Boots and Shoes .J'. B. ANDREWS & CO., BOWRAL.

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
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SERVICES TO-MORROW. Church of England. ss. SIMON AND JUDE, BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 2 June 1906

SERVICES TO-MORROW. Church of England. 6IM0N AND JDDE, U-jWIUXi. Services at 11 and 7. Holy Communion— 1st Sunday in month at 11 a m, 2nd (it 8 a m, 3rd at 7 p m, 4ib at 8 a m, 5th at 11 a in. Service every Thursday evening at 7.30 The Rector. MirTAOOJiQ. 1st Sunday in month—Mittagong 11 and 7.30 2nd Sunday in month—Mittagong 11 (n.c.) A 7.30, Colo Vulo H 3rd Sunday In month—Mittagong 11 & 7.30 (n.o.), Hill Top» 4th Sunday in month-Mittagong 11 and 7.30, Jellore 3 6th Sunday in month—Mittngong 11, 3 (Children's Service), and 7.30 ALb 8AINT8, SUTTON FOUEST. Sutton Forest at 11, communion first Sunday Bundanoon at 3.30. communion third Sunday Exeter 7.S0, oommunion second Sunday . ST. STErnBN's, MITTAOOSO.' Services 11 and 7.30. , Rev. T. J. HefTernan, wi.s'OEOAimninEE. Kangaloon 11, Robertson 2.30, Burrawang 7.30 Rev. D. T. Smith. Roman Catholio Church. Bowral II and 7.;I0, Mittagong 9.30, Burrawang 11 bervico at Bowral every Friday at 7.30 a.m. Rev. J. Catroll. Methodist Chu...

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Amateur Press Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 2 June 1906

Amateur Press Association. The monthly meeting of the Bowral cen tra of tlio Australian Amutuur Proas. Asa Boiiintion wits held 0:1 Thursday night, Mr. A. IlnlmeH pre-idiu,'. A lottar w«». read from tlin editor of the "Mountain Stream'* ro the production of that journal, and it was. deoided that tho matter stand over, iia a typewriter was not available. Tho special business was "A night with Woidaworth," and some very interesting paper* were road by Misses Funston, Kroat, and' Corry, and Xlrsara. Holmes and Wilson. A good dis cussion took place, nod the members left tho mooting far better acquainted with tha author than when they wont.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 2 June 1906

Oilcloth 72 inch wiiUh, good patterns, special value 2/6 yard, at-Hill Bros. The value of the "Wollondilly Press as an advertising medium is fast increas ing, and advertisers, too, are realising, its worth in t]iis connection, as our busiuess columns will show. Subscriptions, too are coming in rapidJy from many who have in the past been strangers in this respect—a testimony to the value of our journal as a disseminater of news. Cartridges of oil kinds at Hill Bros. UPHOLSTERIES UP-TO-DATE [Established 1890.] W. STOKES. Mattresses made and ro-mndo, re-filled and tabbed. Cbairo re-enned, or dons with maorame thread, from 2s. Venetian Blinds to-taped and cord oil. Linoleums laid ; Carpets beat and re-laid. Bed Drapes mado, also Blinds and Curtains. Loose Furniture Covers a speciality. Furuitnro Repaired and Polished. CROCKERY AND FURNITURE PACKED. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. Address: Victoria Street, Itowrah •• ' THE. , ■ . London Directory, g~SQNTAIKING over 2000 pages of contk-n...

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Obituary. REV. M. H. PARKINSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 2 June 1906

Obituary. ' BEY. M H. PAHKINSON. Members of the Methodist Church in this district, also mo.nv not connected with this religious bad>Y will laarn with regret-of tho death, at hiB rosidence, Gordon, on Wednes day morning,. of the Rev. Matthew Henry Parkinson, who some f«w yeara buck minisr terud in the Biwral circuit. Tha deceased •was hi lua Co:b year. On W'udncs.loy mom was engaged at some work iu lsia garden. whorsliis daughter eventually f mild him dead* apparently only a short tiiur; aft or Heath had taken place. Ho ha! been in tha ministry of his church for ovur 40 years, the greater part of which timu was cpeut ill Quoeiislund> and he was chairman of that distrust for many years. Ha afterw.irdB came to New South Walaa and t-avelle-1 io some of the principal circuits in "this S ate, iucludiug Bath.urst, Pnrt'iimuuii, Bownilf and Wilionghby, an.i was also district chair man. At the conference of 1905 he was re lieved of circuit work for one year, on ac count of failing heal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 2 June 1906

„ C. II. Hal stead " ARCHITECT, •' Wkiihix'oton," BUltRADOO. Dr. It. Crawford, SURGEON DENTIST, TOWN JULL, UOWRAZ. Nitrous Oxjtlo Gaa AJminiatercd. Otttae Houra, Q r.di. to 5 jun. • MBS. S. 0. GIBBONS, TRACHRR OP MUSIC SINGING, ELOCUTION, AND DANCING. VISITS HOy/KAIj DAILY. TKRMS ON APPLICATION. Abdiiebs—BURRADOO GEO. E. 'VINCENT,;' A. MU3. T.C.L. i , PROFESSOR OF MUSIC, bowiul and iirrrAuoNo. PIANOFORTE, HARMONY, OOM POSITION, Sic. TEHM3 ON APPUCATIOH. MR. A. BEKNETT, Teacher of Violin. IBiSS A7 BEHNETT, Teacher of Pianoforte; BUIiUADOO SfiiKMl', BOWRAL TorroB on applicntJon. OR. H. LEICHTOM JONES. 3T>KI^rJ.1I©'r, •Artf.ylo Sti-Qot,Mosa Valo May he consulted at ... Morgan's Pharmacy Evory Monday Forenoon and Friday Afternoon. David IF. Moffat, MONUMENTAL MASON, ARGYLB STREET, ■ MOSS mtE. (NEXT FIRE STATION). Estimates you Ubadstonbb in GrANnit, • Makijle, and Fu\se»iohe. LATEST DESIGNS ON APPLICATION. Be«1 WORKMANSHIP GCMKAN*Pi;i'.T>. DfljErs. fygofilStf, (QUHUN'O C0LL130I5, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 2 June 1906

That Tired Feeling Which is so dis hearten ing is often caused by poor', thin blood, result ing in defi cient vitality. The blood needs to bo onricliod and vitalized; and for this tlioro is no mediclno la tlio world oqunl to womon, cud children it lias restored to health, nro cotmtloss in number. One such oxporionco Is as follows: " I have used Aycr's Sarsaparilla in my family for yearo, and would not bo without it. I used to aulior with boils and akin eruptions, attended witii great lassitude and exhaustion. In fact, 1 was so ill that I could not attend to my business. Being advised to try Ayer's Sanapurilla, I did so, and I am happy to say that the mcilicino restored me to perfect health, lhavo liinco used Ayer'a Sarsaparilla for my children, in various complaints, and it hasalwayB proved offoctivo. I can pafoly recommend it to suf ferers as a true blood purifier." There are many imitation Sarsaparillas. Be sure you get "AYER'S." Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aycr ft Co., Lowell, Moss., U...

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The Gun. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 2 June 1906

"The Gun. On tho Berrima District Gr.n Club's f r 'in'1 nil Wednesday tho competition, poat pou.d from the previous w«ek on ni count nf the wet weather, took place for Mr. F. H. Throiibys trophy to be won cnlrighr. The woather was delightful, and the birds a fine tot. Tuere were five competitors, the trophy and the sweepstake attached being divided by J. W. Gregory nud H. 0. Carter with seven bills. There were also a couple of additional sweepstakes, J. W. Gregory and Q. 0. Garter dividing the first, and Capt. Lloyd and W. Wade the second. The . scores were :— Trophy and Sweepstake. H; O. Carter, 25 yds 1121X21-7 J. W. Gregory, 23 yds .. .. ..' 212U21-7 ' F. H. Throsby, 27 yds .. .. .. 2111210-6 Capt. Lloyd, 21 yds .. .. i. 11210 —4 3. Beavan, 21 yds .. .. .. 11110 —4 W. Wade, 24 yds .. .. .. 110 —2 Ur. Throsby only competed for tho asvoepatako. Swoepstahc. H.O. Carter, 25yds .. .. .. 1121122—7 J. W. Gregory, 23 yds .. .... 2112211—7 *. Beavan, 21 yds .. ... ... 2121110—6 Capt. Lloy...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 2 June 1906

The Pride of Place amongst Storekeepers of the highest grade is unquestionably held by ^ TAYLOR BROS. - TAYLOR BROS. ® The reason is simplicity itself. a 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 Large, None too Small. TAYLOR Dpoq THE J.) XV WO. LEA0ING MOSS 81'©5iK, VALE.

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Amateur Seavengers. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 2 June 1906

Amateur Scavengers; The orowd in King ttreet, Sydney,-on Saturday niylit last, at a late hour, witnes sod the peculiar spectacle of two fashionably; drosGed persona refilling dirt boxes, which bad beon overturned, with miscellaneous re fuse scntterod almii? the roadway. ' They were evidently working under tlio supervis ion of o polioe c-imiKlile. The two amateur scavengers were indefatigable, and: received much enonuraaeniBiit from . lli'e interested spectators. Tliero was <-onii'th'i)g incon gruous in two cfil'eiiicn stooping to ibis unpleasant form of B vuivday nii>lit ainiis« inent, hot the. qnnstuMe, explained the mys tery. Ho said lie li-id canglit them in tlio net of kinking nver llie box, and Ind kWg" them the alternative of going to lh<i police - Htation to spend tlic night in the event of tlieir refusal to roplaun the refuse. : The ami tour ' Bcuvongcrs- made'.no complaint. The moral of this incident is that it is inad visable tj kiek over rubbish b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 2 June 1906

ARK YOU A NUISVNOE? You disturb everybody in tho houtio. Why not stop o(»n ;hing r You io'al<G a torriblo no'so. As for keeping, no nno nun gut a b>t of rest, If yon Jo f\nt caro for yourxtilf, thwn for the sake of Iho others tuko Chim^erl.iiu'i Cou vh Remedy. You will make Tvaryb'uly hnppy, mil' that m.dutloa yourself, for tho first thing you k m\v you will not lmvo any omgh. For balo by 1), Morgan, Ctomwl. For Children's Hndcing Con«h nt.Niftli*, Woo.ls4 Great ltapiiurmiut Cure, . Is 6*1,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 2 June 1906

IMFLAM »f \T0W1T UMEU.U\TiSVt. Anrono who In-* •»7,»roxpflrioa«»i>l thrt fjcnfnrMat.iny. nnd »ihnnst unboir'lib pihn uvi i nt to Infl tmma tnry Rheumnt rii will In ploiHod to k to « , thai prompt rcliof may U» h»M bv-ii«plv.:i\T Ch»m*»ur« Jftiu'd Pititi Balm. Tim*. i1».» a\ ■> »- .1 r liof, «r y«»n !»nv» yowi* r.i»u^y ff tr artlo by D. M'-rgur, Ob nu t. ■

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District Teachers' Association [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 2 June 1906

District Teachers' Association The usual monthly meeting of the above was held in the Superior Public School, Bowral, on Saturday afternoon, Mr. W' T. Fraser (vice-presiclent) occupying the chair. The correspondence included a letter from Mr, R. H. Long-Innes re the trophy annually presented for the District Schools Cricket Competition by Lady Innes. He stated that lie and his brother intended to continue this trophy until further notice In view of the encouragement to cricket that would probably follow the publicar tion of.the letter it was resolved to ask the district press to Rive it publicity. It was also resolved to thank MessrsMnnes, and to send the committee's felicitations to Madame Biard d'Aunet. The following is iho loticr refened to :—> " Denman Chambers, Phillip-stref't, Syd uey, 16th May, 190G.—Dmvr Sir,— Yours of the 7th inst. duly to hand. As my mother lias now taken up her permaneut -.residence in Europe, my brother, Mr. Geuigo M. Long Innes, and iny.-elf prop iso...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 2 June 1906

*H*«03'1'. on Wednesday night, SILVER WATCH and GOliD CHAIN, with Rol l jug and thropenny piece uttached. Howard on returning to this ollico. J. GOODFELLOW. & CO. will sell this day (Saturday) at their Mart at 2 p.m. :— 10 Store Pigs, Bacon, Lard, Vegetables, i'ruit, I'oultry, &o. UfT-ANXED AT ON"013.—3 DAIRY FARMS in Mosa'Vale, Exeter, or Bowrnl districts. Anyone having same to let, send particulars to G. F. LYNCH, Auctioneer, Moss Vale. 3P0R. SULKIES and other Vehiolcs, Sad.llsry, and Harness, nono bolter than lit T. KHO WNLOW'S Federal Ooachbuilder, Moss Vale. S AM o CASH BUYER of Hides, Skins, and Wool, Marsupial Skins in any quantity.—0. F. LYNOH, Argyle-street, Moss Vale. *BPTQRSE RUGS, Horse Rugs'. Agency for tho Aberdeen Registered Brand, also my own special mat'!, all at Sydney prices.—T. BllOWNLOW, Federal Harness JDepot, Moss Vale. BABCAIN.-1280 acres Freehold. V Situ ated 8 miles from Gunning Railway. ' 100 acres fit for plough, black soil. Large frontage...

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Bowral Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 2 June 1906

Bowral Municipal Council. The usual fortnightly meeting of the above was held on Thursday night. -Pre sent : Aid. H. M. Oxley (Mayor), R. S. Mackenzie, W. A. Savell, M. Jones, and J.J.Campbell. The only correspondence of importance was a letter from T. S. Piggott withdraw ing his tender for night service.—The Mayor explained that on receipt of the above communication he had instructed the clerk to try and arrange for the night service to be temporarily carried on until the council' met, but this failing, the nest highest tenderer (J. Fitzgerald) had been instructed to continue to fulfil the duties until the close of the municipal year. The finance sheet was adopted, and accounts amounting to £o.g 7s general, and £19 2s 6d lighting account were passed for payment. The council clerk reported having re ceived the following amounts since last meeting General rates £27.183 4/!, light ing rates £13 3s 7d, fire brigade irate 15s iod, N.P.A. account £118s 6d, roy alty on stone £1 9s 6d, tot...

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Empire Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 2 June 1906

.Empire Bay. The committee of the Bowral Empire Duy .celebration held a final meotiug oil Wednesday last, which was very well at tended, tho Mayor (AM, U. M. Oxley} pre siding. ' Tho lion. sco. (Mr. S. W. Hodge) in hid report specially mentionod the appreciation of tho executive committee of the liberal aud generous support «iven to the move ment by the people of Bowral in the mutter of subscriptions and refreshments. Tbe lion.:treasurer. (Mr. W. T. Fraser) presented a hightly creditable balance-sheet, which showed that a a' amount of £18 8a 7d was forthcoming in subscripiions. The ex penditure had amounted to £11 4a 5d, be sides which £2 8s had boon sot aside as prize money to be -expanded at tho children's nports, leaving a balanoo of £5 la 2d ttill untonohed. It was decided that, the sportB be held on the afternoou of Wednesday, June 18, and the balance of £5 odd was handed to the ladies committee to expend on refreshments for the children. Mrs. Hodyo undertook to aot as secretar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 2 June 1906

AViioilfl* Grant Pcppcriniut Ciuo. Por Gough* ami Col is, never toil*. Is

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Local Grants. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 2 June 1906

> Local Grants. Mr. MoOonrt line succeodod in obtaining grants as follows for the various Parks and Recreation .Grounds'throughout the elector ate, viz :—Borrima Park, £5 ; Bmvral Park, £5; Alexandria Square, Mittagbng, £5; Moss Viile Park, £5 ; Victoria Park, Pioton, £5; Cnrringtou Palls Recreation Reserve No. 4901, Robertson, £5 : I-Iopotonn Park, TiU'iilun, £5 ; '£birlmero Recreation Ground, £5. Before tlie duo grunts will be availablo the trnatoes of; B.nvral Park, Alexandra Square, Mitlagotig, and Hopotouu Park, Turalga, must adjust the last grant made. Additional graftsi to tho above have been also made of jCOO'to Fitgroy Failti; £.')0 to Burrengarry Park, Bolmorn FulU ; and £30 to Buudauoon Recreation Reserve.

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Social at Bowral. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 2 June 1906

Social at Bowral. It is a long time since a social event in Bowral bits been marked with such com-' plete .success as was lha "kitchen party" tendered to Miss L. Farrow on the ove of lieu- approaching marriage, ttud held in the Bowral School of Aris on Wednesday even ing, liist. The hall was crowded with, the numerous friends and well-wishors of Miss Farrow, who had attended as a murk of personal esteem for her, and also to wish for her a hiippy and prosperous future. Miss Farrow has always taken a keen' interest iu social matters in the town, and was fre quently to the fore when any arrangements were needed to ba made, besides which the tho remaining members of her /amily are very .highly .esteemed, hence it was that she was surrounded by such a host of friends on Wednesday eveoing. Tho guest of "the evening arrived at half-past eight, and was welcomed .by the committee and presented wiib a bnuqaot of roses. This pretty little c«remony was the signal foi' proceedings to commence, a...

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