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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 June 1906

AraeS Soothing Clements Ton3c. The Oueo of RJf. A. S- Tvcn. ^By a Sydney ftopcrtir.> Calling r.t No. 130 Camp'; oil-street, , St. inters, our sfiecitil had; a chat with Mr. Albert Samuel Tuck,' who' ox pros* eed satisfaction nt tlio opportunity af: .lorded.for bringing before tho public the .undermentioned eirc-iiiistancet*, which', iappeur in 'Mr. l\.ck'6> own words•; * . "It was when I was.living-next door, eocnb sixteen years mrieo.: that af. iend of mine gave mo some ndvico concern ing Clements Tonic, and for'tho bpuov lit of humanity I am ulwav9 ready to acknowledge tho good f derived in consequents." "You were ailing at the timo ?" ro marl- ed tho roporterl . . > "ics ; and hnd : been'for two or throe years. woruo luck,.tho causero!* my ill ness being the* dis^rde^ed condition of my liver atxi kidneys. Vou can take my word for it that my evdVeringo w<^o v of no ordinary kind, as 1 wns ve*y , bad indeed; The pains' acn>e& the small of mv baok were...

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SEAMEN'S MENU. BOARD OF TRADE'S DIETARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 June 1906

THE . SEAMEN'S MENU., !.■ BOARD: OF ^HADE'S DIETARY. • The . following is, the- .weekly* scale-'.of: provisions: &which • • .under < ]Vlr 'liloyd-*; • George's1 Bill is down for ihe.mbn of.the. nibr'cantile'niarine. -ItH^extTemeiy"gene? rous: nature ;wiU,.>be at once' mcanifest •'when, -compared ^with' the; present diet TtfMUthWKil. 31b. • Coffecl Sib.., flutter,' V&Ib;- •••'••"» :f Salt, pork,* 21n.^ [ tc, «nrMra*mjt 1 adiy<(■£}to*- lib.1 7 • P^jsch'tfd'-^rtcsJ; ^fViinSy/yp ar>4 hioI&sscb,^ : . ..: ' .tl' \ *cgc ,<a *sSz ■'.? ;Potatocsfh6lbj. .•{{?)ji|Pr|cd^{ruits,..Cox;? . .> , . / Prcaorvcd 6::wVefeotr Pickles,Mi , pint, ' , ablest V^lb.. .• KfchV^jW •" (.vi ;/ t • .iJ«,lour4,;21b..,Suct, "ToX.': , • Peas j(spliL).; 2-3 pinf|: -Condensed "'kiiilk; ;l;3lb. IVas^ (green), 1^-3 Wtttcr, 2S qu'arLs. - _ piutl- find1 salt; -2oz; ; •" C'alavam-cs.. 1t3 pint.' Mustard;.'44oz.'-,! . Kice. '/Clb. /Pepper! Uoz: Oatmeal, V6ib'...

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Chicago Meat Horrors. HOW THE REVELATIONS WERE BROUGHT ABOUT. THE "JUNGLE" RESPONSIBLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 June 1906

Chicago Meat Horrors, HOW THE REVELATIONS WERE BROUGHT ABOUT. THE " JUNGLE " RESPONSIBLE. Mr. Upton Sinclair's novel (which ia res ponsible for,- the disclosures iu connection wi tlf I ho . Chicago moat horrors) is tlio work of ii w i Id I y' son Bit t i on n I nature, written with tlla; eatuo uncompromising realism ami wealth 'of detail wilh which Zola invested his works. The most nauaenting portions of the book nru thoBo dealing with the manner in which diseased and putrid meat are alleged to be turned mil for human consumption. The following passages refer to this subject:— " It was late, almost dark, and the Go vernment inspectors had all gone, and.there were only a dozen or two of men 011 the fl >or.; That day they lir.d killed about 4000 cattlo, and sotuo of them hud got hurt. Thero were some with broken legs, and some wilh goved sides; there were some that had died, from what cause 110 one oinild any; and they were all to be disposed of. . ,. , - -■i C /. "Downers," .the m...

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THE NIGERIA REVOLT BRITISH SQUARE BROKEN. REBED AMBUSH. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 June 1906

THE NIGERIA REVOLT BruTisir square '.broken. ' •RKBBB .AMBUSHii P:!i , I' roni .gunguiu. onwBOtHi'March/ilhd' "correspondent;' -of the "Daily ' .Mall" wrote!-1- | .«!«•! .-Cii.; C:; 'i-ho-.follOTfllriR-iB the inslory of !tiL'bti-r ginning of the Sokoto'.outbreak apd the first aotlon, .' lif whjcii tieut'eant 'Blaok^ wood and the two ■ JWslderils:' Mt'ssra Hilary and Scott, were killed. - . On 13th February Mr Hilary heard that the rebel chief'.Isal. with a Ijaml of •French deserters and. renegades!, s\vas)-^t: Satiru, fourteen miles,.squtli .of. SolioLq. The next .o'iprning: Sffessrs Hilary.'anil. Scott, escprte.d-by Lleutenairt Blackjyood and .sixty-nine mounted Infantry with a Maxim gun, marched to Satiru. Thoy were accompanied by Dr Ellis. The Maxim was some distance to the rear of the mounted infantry. When Satiru was approached Messrs Hilary and Scott went ahead of the column, hoping that pacific measures would be successful.' Lieutenant Hilary^ thinking their proceeding to'be ...

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 June 1906

When your vitality is low, you are miserable all tho time. : You. aro languid and depressed; yoar nerves nro weak, ond your appetite ia poor. Read what did for tho invalid daughter of a gratofal rnotUcr: "My danghtor had for ft long tlmo been troubled with violont headachtio and Bloop lossncss. 6)10was pale, had uoappetito, and was losing ilosh rapidly. Sho tried various remodieg, but received no benollt until oho coinmonecd using Ayer's Sarmiparilla. After Ukiug half abotttetiho bogan to feci bettor, l»y a continued uao of this inedioino lior appotito returned; hor chocks began to fill out'nnd aliow color, aho gained in strength, bor headaches disappeared, ohe slept hotter, and now eaya ebo feels lilio a now person," Tharo are many imitation Sarsaparillas. Be sure you get "AYER'S." Preosred bv Of. J. C. Aycr& Co., Lowell, Mass., U. S. A. Pianos a* I Paling's,] Osie of fee I most popu- I lar Fsasios | im Auistrffii- I 1. £ Si • ^ju US. Si. ** |j rasnteed to | staaiid imi | a...

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CHANGING VIEWS. THEN AND NOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 June 1906

CHANGING VIEWS. THEN AND NOW. • Instantaue writes in tlic "Westminster Gazette"- 1 They. walked eagerly down Parlia ment street, and -turning the corner came into full view of Westminster's •holy ground. The old gentleman put one hand round the shoulder of his son, and with the other lifted liis umbrella and pointed at the crowded architec ture. '. His eyes shone with pride. "There it is!" he exclaimed. "There's "Westminster. The Abbey—the beauti ful Abbey; and the Houses o£ Parlia ment! Look, my boy; look at fliem. This is the. centra.oC the Empire. The gior.v of the nation., 'L'he envy of the world!' That's a motto for you. lie member how your old father reminded you of those words .when first-. you looked upon this scene." •• - The boy glanced up. at his father with a troubled face. "Why are the pigeons so bpastly dirty?" he said. ; "Come on,''-cried' the old man. with drawing his gaze; i'wo'll'go aiulseo tile Abbey" The pigeons'/— oh!: that's Hieli natural color.,- Tliey'i'c Lon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 June 1906

Tenders for Fencing at Colo Yale. TENDERS tire invited for TUTTING UP FENCE according to Specification, aud stacking timber in heaps hb may bo directed along the line. Tenders close on Saturday afternoon JnueOtli. Specifications aud nil information can bo had (Tuesday and Friday) from Man-in charge of E. OARR HORDERN'S PROPERTY, Lindsay Hall, Colo "Vale. "^yANTED, a young Man to make himself qenerally useful. Must be able to milk.—J. C. I3AGOT, Alameda, llowral. 3H°Ori SALE, BARGAIN. BUGGY and HAR. NliSS. £8 10d. No further uee. TAYLOR BROS., Moaa Vale. 2SOWI1AL MUSICAL SOCIETY. — Members please note that the above Society lias Rone into re cesR until further notice. ALBERT HOLMES, lion. See. J. GOODFELLOW & CO. will sell this day (Saturday) at their Mart 'at 2 p.m. 10 Store Pig?, Bqcod, Lard, Vegotables, Fruit, Poultry, &c. ANTED AT ONOE.-3 DAIRY FARMS in Moss Vale, Exeter, or Bowral districts. Anyone havinR same to let, send particulars to' G. 1\ LYNCH, Auctioneer,...

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TREATMENT FOR BEE STINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 June 1906

TREATMENT FOR BEE STINGS. ' Gloves'should be usod when, handling^ bees, and a .veil. for the face' will.. >6. found useful. Never breathe pn ^es, as it makes them angry. .,'AbyayV 'bp" cool and calm.. :If'stun^, .at onpe ex tract the weapon which the insect tears from its body with the poison-bag^ Di rectly the?sting« is'-removed,, avoid • all rubbing1 of the part, but press upon the puncture a hollow key, the pierced spot being in the centre of the'hollow part of the key. '"After a'momeht'S'hard pres sure, remove the key, and apply/ at onco, a strong- solution of ammonia, Carbonate of soda, potash or any other alkali.* Fail ing these, wash in cold water and apply fresh earth. "' ' "

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 June 1906

^C. II. Ilalsteady ARCHITECT, , Wkrrikoton," : HIJliHADOO. Dr. 11. Crawford SURGEON DENTIST, TOWN IT ALT, HOrVRAL. Nitrons Oxido Gas Administered. | • ^ Office Iiour*, 9 n.m. to fi p.ui. MRS. S. e. GIBBONS, .TEACHER OF MUSIC SINGING, ELOCUTION, AND DANCING. VISITS KOWRAIi DAILY. TJiRMS ON APPLICATION. AnnRBBB—BUUKAUOO. •GEO. ]•:: WNCENT, A. MUS. T.C.L. PROFESSOR • OF -MUSIC, DOWItATj AND MITTACiONG. PIANOFORTE, HARMONY, COMPOSITION, Eto. TERMS OX APPLICATION. i l mmnt, Teacher of Violin. fflISS A. BEMETT, Teacher of Pianoforte, BIJRRADOO STREET! ' ' BOWRAL Terms on application. DR. H. LEIGHIOM ilOMES. DEXTISTi .Ar^j'lg Stratit,Mo««TaIo I May he oonsulted at ..... Morgan's Pharmacy Evary Monday Forenoon and Friday Afternoon. David MONUMENTAL MASON, . ABGYLE STREET, MOSS YALE. (NEXT FIRB STATION). Estimatkb fou Headstonrs in Gkanitk, , . MaDRMS, AMU FltBBSTONB. ' XAT1SST/DESIGNS ON APPLICATION. Best 'SVonjuunsuiv Guaranteed. DUrs. litgofJCnj, (QUEEN'S COLLEGE, LONDON) Pupil ot Dr. E. ...

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THE BEEKEEPER THE BEE HIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 June 1906

THE BEEKEEPER THE BEE HIVE. There are three Kinds of been In tho hive—queens, workers ami drone?, The qucon lives four or Ave years, lays about a million eggs, and Is then often killed by a rival more able to supply, eggs than' herself. The drones do nothing, and die or are driven forth from the hive in the autumn. The workers are imper-' feet females. They gather the hbrtey. secrete tho wax, attend the young AS-; nurse bees and the queen as "ladles'in waiting," and. earry oil all the'marvel lous management of . a hive—a commu nity that acts with ;\a- sagacity:' quite ' equal to that of any humangovernment.; Swarms can; he purchased readily, and are not difficult to keep In good condi tion. The principal enemies of bees jire wild birds of various kinds, domestic fowls, mice, certain species of' moths," hornets, wasps, ants, spiders and toads. It is not difficult to protect the hive against most of these. Place It high' enough from the ground to prevent do mestic fotyls from getting ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 June 1906

Oatarrh-way. — Mrs Jones: Doctor : what do you do when you have n cold in your licad? Doctor: Well, nmdamo, most of the time I sneeze!

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 June 1906

AUK YOU A NU'SvNUU? Yon tllnlurh ovurvlwily in tlio liomo. Why not flopoou.'liiiig ? Yuu mako r tci-riblo iio'so. As lor Blooping, no otio can get n li't of r '.it. f yuu lio not ooro for yiinmalf, thou [or t' o Bilk" "( tlio oilwrH tiiKo ClrimWIuin's Uoutih Homcily. Y»u will muko rvoiylxKly liappy, ilii'l in-'ud-M youi.-lt, fur tho first tluiiK you It o-.v yoti will nok havo imy cougli. For solo by 1). Morgan, Chomisl. Oilo'otir— 72inoH wt'ltli, (jood patterns, special *&tuo 2/15 yard, ot lliil Bios.

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"WIRELESS" TORPEDOES. DIRECTED BY HERTZIAN WAVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 June 1906

"WIRELESS" TORPEDOES. .DIRECTED BY HERTZIAN WAVES. 'The .new submarine, which is directed from the shore, or from a battleship, by means of electrical waves, has. finished its trials at Antibes, and Is said to ha e .fulfilled the expectations of Its:inventor, "M. Lalande. • • The instrument Is formed of.two cone-, shaped cylinders, placed horizontally one on the top of the other. The upper one is the smaller, and'is fitted at eithec end with a short mast for .receiving the waves. , This part of the vessel is never ciulte submerged. ' The lower part Is joined to the upper by strong transoms, and contains .the torpedo tube, the motor, the sicering gear, and the screw. The operator controls the weapon from a transmitting station, r.Tiil can send it along in any direction he chooses with out danger to himself.

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Our District School. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 June 1906

Our District School. In conversation with Mr. W. T. Frascr, principn of tlia District School, T>owial, wo were informed that the Department of Public Inntrucuotr is mak* ing tho boat use oC the fumla at its disposal to bring the educational system thoroughly up to date, so that those pupils attending the District School may consider themnelves specially favored iu having in thoir possession every possiblo aid to advance* incnfc in their studies A consignment of books has recently beon sent to the local aehnol by the Depart* mont, onch pupil's share ombracing soma 20 vol* urnes, many of which are handsomely bound, tho subjects treated oovering a wide range. There is abo a box of mathematical instruments for eaoh student. When funds permit it is also the inten tion of the Department to establish a school refer* euce library quite distinct from ihe present circulat ing library. For the purpose of making instruction in some of the subjects moro effective Mr. Eraser is auxious to secu...

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THE BISHOP'S MOVE. LOCKS UP THE PALACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 June 1906

' ; THE BISHOP'S MOVE. . LOCKS UP THE PALACE. , Frorii Paris, the correspondent of the 'Express'!. wrote, on 18th. Marehir-,.... 'The .city of Dijon is in the curious position Of having two bishops at pro sent, both living.ip.lodgings, while" the episcopal palace remains locked-, and deserted. One of the bishops, M, le Xordez, was .formally., removed. by ■ the s Pope's edict a year ago because of his Republican sympathies. But owing to the Con cordat,'and'-.the "difficulties of ejecting him," ,. he. was; left • in possession of episcopal powers. Hewlett the palace, however, and locked it \ipl"' On the enfdrcem'ent-of thb Separation Act, the1 Pope appointed1 ST. DadOlle to the bishopric; - He, was'enthrcinb^ y'ljij: 'teriay,'" pajacc in state after the ceremony. .But the new bishop found the doors, locked. ' He tried to overcome the difficulty by law, but as the Government have never accepted the deposition of Bishop le Nordez;'it; refused to interfere./ The result.is that the palace...

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B.D.A.H. and I. Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 June 1906

B.D.A.H. and I. Society. A committee meeting of the above wag hold at Mobs Vale on Thursday afternoon. Mr:'j. A, Bad gery presided, and there were present Dr. Stevenson,; Mcbhts. McKcnzie, H. Taylor, Shiel, McCarthy,* Hixsqii, Bassingthwaiie, Klliott, Wright, Richard son. Morriee, Frosor, S. Cullen, A. E D. Carter, F. H. Badgery, O. Z, Throsby, Wood, Boale, Wiles, aud I. Oullen (hon. esc,) Mr. W. T. Nixon's report 10 tho rccent Argvle ex hibit was read and received, and handed to the sub. comnuUed to bo dealt with. In speaking to the re* port, Dr; Stevenson moved that Mr. Hixrfon bo written to and thanked fur his comprehensive ro port, also for the deep interest he had taken in the exhibit. He also thought they should compliment Mi1. Wright for (he success attained by him at the show. Mr. Richardson iu seconding the motion said tho exhibit had been a success in evory way but financially, Mr. Nixon coming out of tho under* taking with a sum of £13 to hi* credit, whioh ho (the Bpeaber...

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A TALL STORY. SQUIRREL KECAME WOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 June 1906

- A TAIiI/ STORY. k: SQUIRREL KBCAMK WOOD. [ • The following, story is givon us by a i 'gentleman* whose voracity wc would noi 'doubt. -• About six vears ago in the fall a Initi ator *hot a squirrel, jvhidh lodged .between tw& smalbtwigs.- the size of .n l,ead pen cil. > This being near the man s Jiousc he . watched the .squirrel each week r. ,- ,The^ first spring the' twigs grew, and .the squirrel remained in the. position It lodged. . . : The. second vear (hu vwlgs. whioh had •grown to be the size of a man s lingers, died; so tfld the limb die. • iThe third year no cnange, out aunng . the foiirth year the tuil "of the squirrel dropped''.off. and the. man iiotifced no cSiangs'the fifth, but the sixtY* year, he securet] the limb and .squirrel, arid found •to hlis surprise that the squirrel had be come a white oak bump. Under the microscope could be seen the hairs in the - worfrj. The places for the eyes, and ears were, perfect, and where the chin and forelegs had touched ...

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School Matters at Moss Vale. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 June 1906

School Matters at Moss Yale. A mooting to wind ui> Kmpiro Day matters was held in tile Rchnol on Wednesday afternoon. Mr. E. E. liow was voted to tho chair. The balanco nheet in onnneotiou with llio celebration showed the reeeinta to liavo been £8 lite Cd and tho expenditure £i 18j 7J, thus leaving a credit of £3 14s lid, wliioh had fiinro been increased to £4 9.i 81—The Btato inent, which was considered very satisfactory, was adopted, and it wbb deoidoil, on tho motion of Mr. Hnd|{fion and Mra. Gale, to hand ovor tho balance to the Citixenu' School Committee. Mr. Maidment moved that a record bo made in the minutoa of tho satiafaotory manner in which Empire Day had beon colobratod, and of the thanks of the oiiizons to Mr. Berman for hia untiring efforts to attain this sue cesB, assisted by the echool staff. Mrs. Gale seo onded the motion which waa 'carried unaniniouBly, Mr. Beriuaii aeknowleduiiiR tho compliment.

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THE JAPANESE PRESS. CAN BE DECIDEDLY OUTSPOKEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 June 1906

THE JAPANESE PRESS. CAN BE DECIDEDLY OUTSPOKEN. The "Japanese Herald," published at I Yokohama, wrote on the 16th March:— In spite of frequent complaints, the telegraphic service between Kobe, and Yokohama is as bad as ever. On the 10th ins:, we arranged for special message5 from Kobe giving/the result of the Inter :port football match," and two telegrams were handed in at the Sarinomiya office— the-first giving .the result,of the piny to. half-time and the second particulars of play in the-latter half. About half-past six we received a message giving the final score, which was handed in at Kobe at 5.20 and received at the Yokohama of fice at 6.15. This we.concluded was the only wire dispatched, and consequently went to press. But we had not reckoned upon the va garies of the Telegraph Office, where the officials appear to believe,in the Biblical story about the first being last and.the last first. Shortly after half-past seven, another message renched us giving some particulars of ...

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SCHOOL CITIZENS' COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 June 1906

SCHOOL CITIZENS' OOMMITTEE. At tin) oonolusiou of tho above the firat mooting of Shu S. hoiil Oiiizens' 1,'oromitteo waa hold, Sir. E. K. How pruuMing in tho absence of Dr. Stovenson, Mr. How said ho was proud to ocoiipy the ohair at tho flint iiuffllinu, no ho waB confl lent good results would eomo nut of tho asgouiatiou. Apnlogiea wuio received from Meydameit Taytur, Nii-bolooa, and Pow, nutl Mr. Herman. [t win decided to have 200 article* of a«sociation printed and cii diluted omoiiR nulMcrilieru and townspeople, With n footnote added solmitiiiK Biilmrriptioim. The question of properly carrying mil tho ol<j.>cis of the asanciation who re. ferred to the pxooutive committee for report, same to bo presontc'l at a mooting to bo held on' Wednes day ntturnoon na.it. Tim treasurer reported a bnl-_ anee in hun.l of i'i lis 81, and the. meeting ter minated.

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