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Fairy-Lands of The Frost. By A BANKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 2 June 1906

Fairy-Lands of The Frost. By a Banickr. The realms of tho fronts present mnny find vmied "aspects of grandeur and of beauty; The massive nnd imposing sublimity of-the iooberg, rearing its lofty head far above the top gallant-mast of the voasel; the winding glacier, rent with deep crevasses glittoring iii that wimdrmis blond ? of nznro and sea green, and'guarded,by buttressed scarps and rompurtsV and by'pillared" parapets nnd barriers of snow-white ice; or tho snow crested domes aud outspread plateaux of a lofty-moun tain rauge-^-all . those »re grand ii»d sublimely magnificent. But far excell ing,them all in oxqni-ile grace and pictur esque beauty is tho spectacld of a well diverafied'hiud-oape in the early morning after a night of fog, which a Bharp frost hug congealed upon every hough and twig, upon every banging seed-pod or cone, and upon every hlado of herbaira and tuft of heather and braclten, triintf ruling ..it into u very fairyland of glacial beauty. Every vestige of mist an...

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

It is helpful as a medicine, and its regular, moderate use prevents the ill effects of unwhole some water. BUY WHOLE DOTTLES. For Bronchial Coughs take WoodtT Great Peppermint Cure. Is 05. Hill Bros., Bowral—the leaders in fashion,. Their stock of drapery, etc., keeps pace with the seasons. GOLDS THAT HANG ON. S» frnqnoatly fottle on the hinga, and result iu pneumonia or consumption. D»> not take obance* of a cold y?o .ring away, or experiment with unknown pre;aratious that will ouiv'haif euro it, and leave you with a serious throat or Iirair trouble*. .'At. the Iir6t fign'of a oold, ootrimonoe takiutr Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, for it cu»en coughs and folds qui'ikly by removing the ciitist* of tho c mpiiimt, ami pn» v*nts pneumonia ;»r condiimpfciou,. For sal© by D. ilorga-1, Chqmist.

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A Tale of San Francisco. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 2 June 1906

A Tale of San Francisco. The experience of the nnfortnnato citi zens of San Francisco during the terrible earthquake and five are interestingly referred to by the son of Mr. \V. J. Oole, of Iuijinu ll n, South Australia, inn lofcter. to his fath'er. The writer stated "Things are in a:'hor rible mesfl. ; I liave not a single -'.article in ■ ihe world hutd few old olothes Jam1 standiug up in. My money was/ip the Mechanics' Saving 'Bank,, bin; it was loat when that building was hurnt. However, I feel that I am lucky in being. alive. There are thousands, far worso off, than I am es-' ptoially those with "families* \yho have; lost everything. It would do your eyesight good to seo na all lined np for a loaf of bread, hilt it'is a moat pitiful sight. The authorities are burying scores of bodies every day. All All they can do ia to dig a large ditch and plaoe tlio bodies in it. Heaps of bodies are to bo soen as tbey are recovered from the ruins. People-in Australia cannot realise the situat...

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Golf News. MOSS VALE v. GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 2 June 1906

Golf Hews. MOSS YALE v. GOULBNRN. A team of six ludios and oix gentlemen from Moss Vale Club visited Goulburn on Tuesday, and played matches against the local team. Tlie ladies ployed singles in the forenoon, and as they finished square, . counting one for a win, the number of holes that each player won by were counted, leav ing the visitors the wiuners by nine to sis. Foursomes were played by the gentlemen, Goulburn winning, . Mixed foursomes were played in the afternoou when Goulburu won by six games to nil, or twenty-two holes to nil. The visitors arrived by the newspaper; train, mid were entertained at the club house at morning tea,.lurich«o:i, and' after noon tea.^ Tbo weather was beautifully fine, and a most enjoyable-day was spent. Fol lowing are the soores :—• . SlNQLRSi ' ■ ■ 0 v. Miss Walker ... 1 0 Vi Mrs. 'Thmipsun . . 4 1 v. Mrs. Biloy ., 4 £ ». Mrs. Oonoliy .. | 5 v. ulrsiEogeraon .. 0 H v. Men. Fnruer .. : 0 9 C MlXUI) PODCSOMES. - Miss Wulkor and H; It. Fuvten; 1, v....

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

Football. The Berrima-Camden competition will be advanced another stage to-day when the following matches will be played :— Moss Vale v. Bowral at Moss Vale, and Wilde's Meadow v. Robertson on the the latter's ground, while Mittagong enjoy ■ a bye. • The following will represent Bowral in their, match with Moss Vale:—J. • ■ Weeks, E. McKay, F. Hopson, W. Fer guson, R. Blacker, R. Hopson, C. Carey, C. Gibbons, L. Beavan, H. Ellsmore, J. Fraser, V. Sauer, H. Cutting, M. Con nolly, and V. Keith; emergencies, L. Bissaker, H. Lawson, J. Huggett, and Scaife.

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A.M.P. Society. ELECTION OF DIRECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 2 June 1906

• A.M.P. Society. ELECTION OF DIRECTORS. : The scrutiny of votes for tho ejection of tliree directors of tlie A.M.P. Society was concluded ou Tuesday, and resulted as fol lows:—Senator J. T. Walker, 73,811; Mr. B. Short, 68,004; Mr. Hollo A. Oupe, 54,608; Mr. G. R. Cnmphnll, 32,731; Dr. Arthur, 80,110 ; Mr. J. Eiikland, 21,106; Mr. A. G. Wald, 11,813. These figures show that the three retiring directors—all advocates of extension—have boon re-elected by practically t\vo-to ono majorities. It is stated tlint tho vote oast for Senator Walker Is the largest on rccord.

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

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MADMAN'S ESCAPE. A SERIES OF CRIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 2 June 1906

MADMAN'S ESCAPE. A SERIES OP CRIMES. Considerable uneasiness was caused locally by tiic escape on Wednesday af ternoon, 21st March, o£ a dangerous lu natic from Bodmin Asylum, while /out for exercise with other Inmates and four attendants. The county "police wer: no tified, and a search Instituted, tout no re suit was forthcoming until-after, certain Incidents of 11 serious character had oc curred and caused very' general alarm. . Just as the light was fadlng/ tho on glriedrlvor of a passenger, train' proceed ing tq ply mouth'-froni; Podmln-road no ticed a heavy pole lying across the down^ metals;;- ITe dI4-m>tvstqp.2>la own train, but T)efor^c«S&;^ flowu express'goods, and gave the' signal to the' drlver to proceed very cautiously. The latter: did'so;-and was thus enabled to bring his train to a standstill before, .coming/.'Into-contact with the obstruction. A little later'in the evening a young Bodmin cyclist waB proceeding from LIs keard to'hls home. When i»-thc vic...

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THE COURRIERES MINE. CAUSES OF THE DISASTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 2 June 1906

THE COURRIERES MINE CAUSES OP THE DISASTER.; • ■Writing from Paris on the night of Hth March tho. correspondent of the London "Daily Telegraph" reports:— Pending the results of the Judicial and' the technical inquiries relative to the Courrlores-colliery disaster, a great, au thority, M.'Couriot, Professor s.t tlip Central School of Mines, and formerly chairman of the- Society of French Engi neers, has given his opinion as to tho probable cause of tho disaster. Tho ca tastrophe, he'says, may have been pro duced by explosion of a detonating sub stance or mixturo 'formed by tho gas emanating , from tho distillation of the coal burning in the Ignited stratum, or' , by tho violent oxpiosiori of carbonlfcrous , dust particles. The same authority In j sits that tho CourriercH-mines were the best-organised ill the-world, from the [ point of view of the protection of tho colliers. The death rate was no mora than'four men in 10,000 annually. Tho average death-rate in French mines Is eleven I...

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

CHAPTER V. Loftus had been loitering along the wharves and about the big docks, with an aimless air, but nevertheless taking in everything about him with ft furtive glance. He was leaning over a railing gazing out towards soveral nin.n-o'-warsmen lying quietly at anchor, when he saw a dingey put off from the side of one of the biggest. Ho lazily admired the precision and rognlarity witli which the gleaming oars dipped and rose from the water, and the easy strokes by whioh the sailors sent her cutting through the water. The boat was heading for a sr-iall jetty near whore he stood, and he allowed ouriosity to £et the batter of him, and waited until the oarsmen ran her up close to the stone "steps loading from the jetty. With a boat hook one of the sailors brought the dingey into position, and then the men sat in their Beats, as the boat idly roan and fell on the lapping wavos. Evi dently tliey were awaiting someone. A few moments Inter a hausuui tlrovo up smartly, and two men olightod...

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Published by special Arrangement When the... Wicked Rise. A Thrilling Story of Love, Intrigue and Adventure. [COPYRIGHT.] BOOK II. CHAPTER IV. A BOLD ENCOUNTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 2 June 1906

Pu blished by '■ p eoiat A i pan^emcnt A Thrilling Story of Love, Intrigue and Adventure. —By— Frederic ffliddomson. [COPYRIGHT.] BOOK II. CHAPTER IV. A Bold Encounter. John Loftus was scrutinising his notes. He had been spending the morning writing up " copy " for his journal. lie had risen that morning with no fixed plan of campaign after his discoveries of the previous days. His mind was a whirl of confused ideas. He held in his hands a per fect network, of clues, all outer circles of the web he desirad to penetrate. But whore to begin, how to strike the right ke)' with which to open up and discover the origin of a mystery which had changed tho whole course of his career,—this was the thing which perplexed and puzzled him. Tbe events of the past few days were all important factors in the matter re lating to the secret of liis life's story, but they only bewildered him tho more. Hia cogitations wero abruptly I terminated. A tap at his door, and in reply to his brief injunction to ...

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

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

Lissa & Co. Ltd. FURNISH THROUGHOUT Private Residences, Hotels, Restaurants, Boarding Houses, Offices, &c. Contracts for Caah or Easy Terms. 656 a 558 GEORGE STREET, SYDEY, Opposite St. Andrew's Cathedral. 31 yXT7 YY~.-y r,7 V—j; ^ LiOTiSfT SOAP WW» ygo bn»a proved the ralnq c! StinUgliS Scr.p yaa trill fca equally KiicSed If J«« try Monkey Brand for acoflring mctt'.i, vrcc^vrcrh nn<2 bitchcn oinlra. We sail at the lowest possible price all kinds of Mining, Dredging, Dairying, and sf-%. Farming Oils and Grease. ^ # 34 Correspondence Invited. la IVlacquaris Place, SYDNEY. W. Gluyas, Manager. Just Published. Tables of Commercial Butter Computations, PERCY A. SCAUR. For the use of Creameries, Batter Factories, and all ; those interested in the manufacture of Butter, and the Dairying Industry. Voted by all Factory Managara who are using It to 'bo a - great Labour Saver arid indispensable. '■ " ' Price £2 2s, Bound la leather, printed on extra strong pap eft Mc...

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SON'S PITIFUL APPEAL. FROM THE AUSTRALIAN BUSH. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 2 June 1906

SON'S PIOTTCX APPEAL. • FROM THE AUSTRALIAN BUSH. According to tho "Daily Chronicle" ot 20th March, John Holway, who went to Australia in search of wealth In 1878, not having been heard of since 1887, leave was granted to his family by the Presi dent of the Probate Cou.-t : esterday to presume his death. He seems to have had a particularly rough time, judging from tho pitiful appeal h» addressed to bis mother for money .to pay his pas sage home. This letter was dated October, 18S7. From that time nothing has been heard of him, and ono or two lettera'sent to him were returned marked "Un claimed." Holway's letter ran:— "I have suffered most terribly for" tho last, nine years. My feet aire half an. , incJil thick with horn from walking over these hot, sandy, desolate plains in search of' work — work that' you never get a chance to do. When you do It, it's at the price that you have to live on bread and water and work day and night and. Sundays to make a few shillings out Of it; . ■ ......

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THE BRITISH ARMY. OFFICERS' PAY QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 2 June 1906

THE BRITISH ARMY. OFFICERS' FAY QU USTION. "Field Gunner" writes in Iho "Unify Mail" of 7th March:— "In repjy to questions, Mr Hal* dano said that the question of distri bution of commissions in the Army •was receiving his closest attention, and that ho was also looking into the question of giving State aid to men who rose from tho ranks to com missions In order to enable them to maintain their position and meot their obligations."—.Report of spccch, '"Daily Ma"il." Mr ilaldano admits that ofiiccrs cannot livn on their pay, but he pro poses to give a higher rate of pay to men whose fathers cannot afford to give them an allowance, and who olect to try to obtain commissions^ through the ranks. **-.■ Now, on the principle that "a lhrX borer is worthy of his hire," can it-; be possiblo to conccivo a more unsatf,j isfactory arrangement than that of; two ciasscs of officers paid at difTcr- I cnt rates? A moment's refloction will show tliat such a sehemo would not worK for a couple of jxja...

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FREE CHURCHMEN IN THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 2 June 1906

FREE CHURCHMEN IN THE HOUSE. It la frequently said that since Crom well's time there have not been so many Free Churchmen In any Hou.se of Com mons as in the present Parliament. In fact, there aro more Free Churchmen now In the House than there were in Cromwell's Short Parliament, when only the "gathered churches" were allowed to nominate members. The House of Com mons then numbered only 144 all told; there are now 181 Frco Churchmen out of a total of 670. In sptte of Its small numbers' the Parliament of 1653 was a very practical tody, and adopted meth od* which might be revived with advan tage.

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PETRIFIED MAN. FIFTY YEARS' SUFFERING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 2 June 1906

PETRIFIED MAN. . V FIFTY- YEARS' SUFFERING. ; i On 1st March a correspondent of the London "Dally Mall" wrote from Farls:— - ■ . There has just died at the hospital of Ueberllngen, on the borders of Lake Con stance, in Switzerland,: says; .-.-the'' "Petit Temps," a.stono mail. His name was Brend; He was afflicted with the very rare dlseaso known as "myositis ossifi cans." " ;>■ ; The" extraordinary feature of this dis ease. Is that ossification gradually sets In In all the-muscles and tissues of the body,; tho dlseaso Invariably ondlng In death. , Brend was sixty-six years of age. He was ttm.son..of:a well-to-do farmer of naden-Biulen. Ho was tirst afflicted wjt^ihR {llsease/at .the ago jof .17. , His .ieet^flrSg.liOcamo^hard and almost as [h'eayy.^a^^tpno.:^, gradually the dread* "diseliseVrose | arid ultimately reached his chest, hardening 'the-lungs. Up to a few'years" ago .Brend was able '.o read and write, but he hail^toi slve up this oc cupation when his arms and legs becam...

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SHOOTING WITHOUT BULLETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 2 June 1906

SHOOTING WITHOUT BULLETS. A patent has just l>eeh taken out by, .gqlonel. yon Der Goltz, at Colle, for an! ingenious apparatus enabling a marks-!; mail to see tlic cxact result of . range. firing-even though no ammunition be > used. . : ; ■ •. | , -The rifle Is placed on a rest, which ! swings freely between two metal sup.- j ports. The trigger Is connected by means of a spring with a little'tubo be- ! low," enclosing a horizoti tally-placed I needle,''-which pierces, a paper target; every time the trigger is pulled. j " The-marksman aims, at an. ordinary, ijirget placod at the regulation distances. I When ho believes his-rifle.'to be properly ! sighted, ho pulls tile trigger. At that I moment, th'o needle darts forward and pierces the little indicator'at tho exact, spot.'yhero a bullet would have struck; the ordinary target. ' .

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PAINTING A MAORI'S PORTRAIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 2 June 1906

PAINTING A .MAORI'S PORTRAIT. The "Niiclirichten," of,Hamburg, an "nounces the forthcoming publication of a book, in which Hon- Dittmer, an artist -of that city, relates his experiences dur ing an eighteen months' stay amongst the Maoris of New Zealand. : . .The author amusingly doscribcs the Jiainling: or his first portrait, that of a chieftain's wife, who had donned 'certain articles of European clothing for the oc casion. She even wore boots, though 110 stockings. The whole population of the native village crowded round, freely criticising'the artist's work, and shout ing contradictory directions, in English and Maori, to the exceedingly uncom fortable* looking subject; such as "Open your right eye, he's painting it." "It i'sn't-the right eye, it's the left." "It isn't the eye at all, it's the mouth." "Make; your mouth look small, then." The victim obediently purses, her im nieriso lips.' "He's started on your hair! Where's your comb?^ Let : them fetch some water to smooth your; ...

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THE COMPOSITION OF MILK. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 2 June 1906

THE COMPOSITION OF MILK. The milk of dairy cows usually ave rages:— Per .. Per Cent. Cent. Water. . . . 87.50 Milk Sugar . . 4.00 Fat 3.50 Albumen . . . 0.75 Casein 3.50 Ash ..... 0.75 The milk of the Jersey and Devon cows averages about S per cent, of fat and a smaller amount of casein than the milk of shorthorns and the mixed bre«ds of cattle usually employed on the faj-m.

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