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

For Chronio Cheak Complaint.*, Woods' Gical Peppermint Cure. la QJ.

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Presentation to Constable Russell. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 June 1906

Presentation to Constable Russell. Prior to his departure for Hiy, Constable Russoll, nf Robertsou, was entertained by a few of bis frieuda iu the School of Arts on Monday evening. Mr. Ferguson occupied the obair, aud a number of townsfolk were present. In the 0QurB0 of a few remarks, Mr. Fer guson, after explaining the object of the gathering that night, roferred to Oonstablo Russell'u excellent qualities, and rogretted his departure; but he hoped the obauge would lie for the better aud re-establish the constable's health. The chairman then presented Mr. Russell with a handsome sil ver-mounted cigar o»HB as a slight token of esteem from his Robertson friend*. Messrs. Hindmarsli referred to the assixt ai\oo Constable Russell had given to the local magistrates, also to tho annual Agri cultural Shows, and said that his services would be greatly missed. Messrs. Keeblo, Litchfield. Wood, Bur sill. King, Fiiirbairn, Wilkinson, and Ross epoko of Mr. RiiBaell'B courtesy and con siderotetie...

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

INFLAMMATORY RHEUMATISM. Anyone who has ever experienced the excruciating and almost unbearable pains incident to Inflamma tory lihouinat'Rin will bo plouned to know that prompt relief may bo had by applying Chamber Inin'a Pain Halm. The firat application gives re lief, or you can havo your moaoy baok. For sale by 1), Morgan, Gh&miut.

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SERVICES TO-MORROW. Church of England. ss. SIMON AND JUDE, BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 June 1906

SERVICES TO-MOBBOW. Church of England. BIMON AND JUDB. BOWIUL. Services at 11 and 7. Holy Communion—Ihi Sunday in month at 11 a ra, 2nd at 8 a m, 3rd at 7 p m, -1 tb at 8 a ra, 5th at 11am. The Hector. BT. BTEI'UKX'B, UliTAOOKO. 1st Sunday in month—Mittagoog II and 7.30 2nd Sunday—Mittagong U (h o.) & 7.30, OoloValo 3 3rd Sunday—Mittagong 11 & 7.30 (h.o.), Hill Top 3 -lih Sunday -Mittagonp 11 and 7-30, Jellorc 3 5th Sunday—M'gong 11 & 7.30, Children'* Servico 3 Rev. T. J. Hefiferuan. ALL BAINT8, BUTTON FOUE8T. Sutton Forest at 11, communion first Sunday liuudanoon at 3.30. communion third Sunday Exeter 7.30, communion second Sunday Rev. A. C. Oorlette. WINGECAUIUMJEU. Burrawang 11, Up MlUngong 3, Y? Kangaloon 7.30 Rev. D. T. Smilb, Roman Catholic Church, Bowral 9.30, Mittagong 11 and 7.30 Servico at liowrul every Friday at 7.30 a.m. Rev. J. Carroll. jtfelliGtlid Church. Rowrnl, Rov C Woodhouse 11, Mr B Short 7 MittQKong, Mr li Maokny 11, Rov C Woodhoaso 7 Mos...

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

We may now say good bye To the long doctors bills, To tho coughs nnil the coldB And the various chills. . , , For the high nnd tbo low, 'J Tho rich and tho poor Have found all they need— Woods' 1'oppormint Cure. . Prayers for ruin woro offered at Scone on Wednesday, and nil tbe business places were closed.

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

We liavo ruccivoil from £yesight, Mr. W. E. Toosfc, the how to eminent Optician,of 422 Take Care George Street, Sydney, of it. n book on the aboya subject; it is well and lucidly written. He there explains the various defects, the causes and cures, and furnishes important infor mation find practical suggestions how the oyesight may bo preserved. Mr. Toose has devoted 32 years to tho study of the oye and taken the highest degree posoibb in Amorioa and Eng land, His views are, thorofore, those of a speoialist and should be welcomed by all. Tho book rofurred to contains <imple oharto whereby anyone can teat their own night. It can bo ob tained free from tho author, and wa strongly reoonuasud yon to writs &t osM lex oa«. TBI® "SMSSY iaiicaiaaS»aBJiai 1900. Harrow Grip Dala Write for Prlcas and Particulars, EflACHiME Is Absolutely the Best Machine on the Market. Always Reliable. It will pay you to have your shed fitted with the " Daisy." It will give you the best scrvi...

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CHAPTER VI. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 June 1906

CHAPTER VI. Shadowing, dogging tho footsteps of men from place to place, is weary ing and dangerous work., . For several days . John Lpitus, ilmd watched -in cssantly tho aotionspf-Oharlei Laskot arid Edmund Jacomb. Once ho had given up the chase in dospair, having lost all tiitcb oE liis mon. As ho turned liomoward the unexpected happened. Tho very men ho had been following, and lost trace of for the moment, mot him faoo to face Luster passed on with a most churlish salutation. Jacomb gased hard and went on with a bewildered expression. Reaching his room?, Loffcus found a noto awaitinghim. It was from Kathleen Butler, ftud his landlord said had been brought by a child a short time beforo. Ho hastily tore open the onvelope, and read the oontents, ns follows : " To-niglit Rupert Jacomb and my Imsbnnd intond dining out. I have something important to toll you. Come at dunk, and mako yotir ontrnnco by the samo means as you loft tho houso on Monday. The window will bo open.— It.B." About...

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Published by Special Arrangement. When the... Wicked Rise. A Thrilling Story of Love, Intrigue and Adventure. [COPYRIGHT.] BOOK II. CHAPTER V.- Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 June 1906

PnbllBhed by Special ArmngemBnt, A Thrilling Story of Love, Intrigue and Adventure. . --By.:.. frederie Gliddomson. [COPYRIGHT.] imv cC:"' BOOK II. CHAPTER V.- Conunued. ivskad Livskar, interrogatively. " Y'S, air," replied tho coxswain, "Bo you the two gentlemen Lieutenant Madden is nxpocting ?" Both meu replied in tho affirmative, jumped into the stern of the dingey, and ware soon being swiftly rowed back to the worship. " What's their garno," wondered Loftus. " I'll watch." Swiftly 'he boat sped back to the big man-'o-warsman, and tho two passongers passed up tho gangway. The sailors followed, and thou the boat was hauled up into position 011 tho boat deck. " This looks as though Jaoorab and Laskor had gone to pay a lengthy ■visit," thought Loftua, "probably they intond remaining for lunch. Anyway, now's my ohanco to finish tho interview with Kathleen Butler the interview which mine offominatn little friend Lasker ao abruptly ter minated th« other morning." Having reasoned tho ma...

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
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PUZZLING NAMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 June 1906

PUZZLING. NAMES., ; : ' Voting Tourist (to Scottish boy) ; Where docs thai' road'lead to, my lad? noy 1: A'imno shalr.' • .7\iur|st£j Aud . that one? 5 : BokiT: Tvdinna ken! ^ ; ! Tourist : And that one t • • | Boy.j.Tcanna tell ye. 1 Tourist '(to .hlmaclO •' Goodness! What names they give to places in this benighted country I' • v ' :

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A CONSCIENTIOUS COOK. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 June 1906

' * A CONSCIENTIOUS COOIC.; • An Eoglish resident' at Shanghai,, having made a'good dinner-from a tasty, but unre cognised dish/called :hl6 cook, AVun Hoo. and congratulated him\on tho excellent meal. • "I hope you didn't kill ono of those dogs, to provide the eoup?" jestingly remarked hit*' daughter, referring, of, course, to tho pariahs Which haunt Chinese streets. - Wun Ho'o made a solemn gesture of dis sent. ."No , killee dawgr missee," ho explained.. > .'*iiim . allcddy. dead wh?n I plckco up!"

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AS IT SEEMED TO HIM. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 June 1906

AS IT SEEMED. • TO. IIIM. A Scotsman. In Canada—"out'.' from Scotland . less than a\ycar^-was. bravely wearing his-, kilts In tho dead" of winter,' and was asked why ho did it. " ' , Ifo- gave a preliminary shiver. before rc-; plying. *? ■" "Mon,M ho. gravely explained, "tho trousers .are bo .cold!" . : 1 -

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

M. Be Lissa & Go. Ltd. WkW&ft?yf > |^£8ffi£ - j) FURBISH THROUGHOUT Private Residences, Hotels, Restaurants, Boarding ■.% j Houses, Offices, &c. ^2 j *-Jt M j Contracts for Cash or Easy Torma. 556 a 558 GEORGE STREET, SYDfJEY, Opposite St. Andrew's Cathedral. Whea ysn ha»o proved tl« tbIco eJ Sunlight Sea? ysa rrfH bo trgacily czlkSad H yen try Monkey fSrsnil for icoarinj metal, woodwork ob/2 bilehen tinha. la TVIacquarie Place, SYDNEY. W. Gluyas, Manager. tt SB?. Just Published. Tables of Commercial Butter Computations, BY PERCY A. SCARR. For the use of Creameries, Butter Factories, and all those interested in tho manufacture of Batter, and - the Dairying Industry. i Voted by all Factory Managora who aro using It to'be great Labour Savor and indispensable. Price £2 2s. ; Bound la leather, printed on extra strong paper. McCARRON, STEWART & CO., PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS, 4/ PITT 8TREET. SYDNEY. SMPOSIT&NST M0T8CE Henderson's Honey Kisses. Owi...

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

The Sheep Shearing Industry. Dobs a connection with llio great wool industry of Australasia conduce to woollinesa in somo'ill-balanced minds' ? Apparently it does. Because / when one reads the reft'orts "made to warn—as they term it—the pasto ralists and shearers of matters con nected with the ovor-doveloping busi ness of tlie Burgon Sheep" Shearing, Machine Company, it is impossible: .•for any rational and disinterested party to escape"either of the following conclusions . That .competitors realise tliat the, superior' hiamifiicture and the more generous policy of the- Burgon Sheep Shearing Machine Company are driving all rivals out of the field ; or, do ihey innocently suppose the pastoralists and shearers of Australnsia do not know how to look after their own business? . .. '•The;>.real trouble with these folk is that • they find, by. thq irresis tible logic of figures, tlie wares they so strenuously endeavour to force upon the market are fast becoming a buck number of the pas...

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NO NEED TO BLUSH. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 June 1906

NO NICE I) TO BLUSH. Old Slbby, hlnli prlestc&s of bathing ritfts tn a Gnlwny coast village, had'a shanty wboro timorous maidE might tako eea-watar shower baths. r Only tho initiated know (so "niackwoortV* t tells the tale) that power to raiso tho water ; to overhead level was supplied by Sibby's son,, who mounted a ladder and emptied .a pail-of water dowu at tho critical moment. Onco a lady, having pulled tho string, and waiting in. vain for. tho expected doucho, heard a deep volco overhead ? "A trlilo. moro to tho wcaht, I'll trouble you, rixy lady.'* She rushed forth, horrified Kid , Indignant, to confront Sibby. "Ach, whisht!" said tho lattor with supreme unconcorn, "it'« only 1110 son Patsy/.- aurt who'd bo moindV him?"

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AT A LIMELIGHT LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 June 1906

AT A. LIMELIGHT UCCTURE. •' / A chaplain of the Kngiisli navy waa Riving n Btereoptlcon iocture on the BUbJoct,. "Scenes from the Bible." Ho arranged with a Bailor.! who bad a phonograph', to accompany the lec-j lure— with, musical selections. .Tho .first pic- , ture sbowu, naturally enough, wbb Adam and Kvo In the Garden of Edeu. Tho sailor; coldn't think of'unythlng appropriate. "Play," whispered the chaplain. The sailor suddenly, bad an idea. To tho delight of tbo audieneo,} the phonograph emitted tbo familiar strain,, "There's only ono girl In tho world ,for me." ,

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NO VACATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 June 1906

NO VACATION. "You want to got away from your business,": said tho physician. "You aro worrying too much." "My dear sir," answ.ercd the WaJl street mini, "my present worry 1b nothing 'compared to tho worrying I'd hare to do If I weren't on hand to protect ray interests."

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A BARBARIAN REFLECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 June 1906

A BARBARIAN REFLECTION. "So jour daughter hns bccomc a soloist." "Ncccssarily," nnswered Mr Cumrox, wearily. "Pprliapa I ought to be thankful thai tthc isn't a. trio or a quartet."

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SAYING GRACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 June 1906

• SAYING ORACH. "."'•Come, -— do-say groco and let's .begin," said Georgo tho Fourth, at a somi -public.dinner to his chaplain.; Barnum arranged to' huvo music immedia tely following graco, from a hidden orchestra of banjoists. Something went wrong with tho instructions,: for at.the moment a clergyman roso to ask a* blessing, up struck tho banjos with a negro "breakdown.", - Cardinal "Wiseman was a ready man with grace. At a certain house on a Friday, moat, woe provided by the host, forgetful that tbo) Cardinal should tako naught but flsh. The' Cardinal was equal to tho emergency. "I pronounce all this to.bo fish," he said, asked! a blessing,.and all.fell to. }

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CYNICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 June 1906

CYNICAL. "Arter all," Bnldthc sentimental youth, "love Is a lottery." °I. dou'L know about that," auswored tho cynic. "You hnvo some, chance in a lot tery."

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INTELLECTUAL DRINKS. FOR MENTAL ACTIVITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 June 1906

INTELLECTUAL DRINKS. -fok •M-isOTALvAcrivlTOY..-; • Withia;rj}J)U)t;s' tjildd' stoinach before bill], and. with ■ iitodcls of : the "beer -.atomach" - .and ■ the., average man's stomach,'.', writes ' the -Dally Mail" of -L4th March; ■•ErofoSsorj (Stirling .lectured . last night at. the Royal Institution on vF'jj^vSrages.'' Maii^'fie-iSHidi Appeared to be thc"only 'Spimal : that (lrinkij when..'.the vis not - thirst^':*" '5 Some lieopM U?d not drink-be?. "tVepn; fiieals, others did not eat between" :arink&,V'$fa,n arid^&njmalyalike, besides. Wf»| *s3b$$inlies tfip.t''.^i^|*0,aqdieO'5ei^ifgi' nbr'l-eiiairecr"' i Ssfcasw aaHysffect "of taking lffeppffec,';:and epeOiiVj^hjch .'were simply drugs, was to li>.eripase iritclle.ct^uaj activity. ^.TJiere was : no w no, doub^-,<ib?u't 4l lia I.r'~ For; tha t rea-' sonMlief, pfcnch called. them"intellectual • drinks'." _ "ii;- • • '.. •.. V; ; Urobablyr'onb'/ inToveriiridiUgrence: was. theVe" injury; wljilc jalcoho...

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