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ROYAL TROUSEAU. TO BE MADE IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 June 1906

.SLOX&S TBOUSEAU. TO' BK -'iiliADE IN LONDON. Princess ISi'ih. s-. trousseau; writes. ih<\ . "JSxpross:^. of teSrd Mkrch: is tbq* chief'» topic* of.converHation* in-feminine circles. It .te;well*know^ihat .the A^uro Queen of bpaiu hks excellent taste :n dress, and. ihercarcniany ^conjectures as to wi) it dainty ^ novelties... will ^distinguish : the • royal outfit. ' } r?*. l*rincess Eina'has paid the.pretty com pliment to tho {:auntr.v ot*her adoption ot l)aving her Wedding gown of cloth of silWr made in Spain, but the remainder "of«: the trpussejiu *wiir be designed a d .executed.by ;Mi|ie.-Jjambcrt. of-Manover •square,:. | - •N.eedless'to nay. Princess J'.na is very ■parUculav..'Mn|e. Lambert informed an •^xpress-'. roprh^entaLivo j'cstprday..' .'bhe. realities! that, hor costumes will .awaken'a.varst. amount.of-criticism, and for Kngtandrs:.sakc she/wishes Spain to he~ impressed/ • ; . "1 have madc< Princess ISna's dresses since she was 4 little gir...

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LADIES' COLUMN. HEALTH HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 June 1906

THE LADIES' COLUMN. HEALTH HINTS. . To Cure Warts. — Take a piece of white chalk and rub over the wart, lay tho chalk on a shelf and apply every once In a while to the wart. In a few days the wart will disappear. This was recently tried on a large, ugly wart, and It went away, and has nover come back. Remedy for Styes. — When you feel prickling pain , on the eyelid that an-; nouncos thccoming of a stye, use. as an application very strong tea, or simply the tea. leaves moistened with a little water, put. In a small bag of muslin, ,and laid' over the eyelid. Moisten again as.it dries. This, if used before the stye gets well under way, a will, generally drive It away. To Make a Simple Cough Mixture.— •Place in jar six ounces of treacle and seven ounces of honey with ten ounces of vinegar. Stand the jar in a sauce pan of-boiling water, and stir until all the ingredionts arc mixed and warmed ^through. •: Then' add three drachms of ipecacuanha wjne/ knd bottle for use. The' dose for;an ad...

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LABOR MEMBERS' OPINION. TOO MUCH TALK. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 June 1906

LABOR MEMBERS' OPINION. TOO' MUCH TALK. . Labor members who are In the House ;ot Commons tor:, the ..first tlmo-gtvo the following as , tfieir first Impressions, ■writes; ^he "Daily Mail" of 8th March:— ' Xtri G. N.'VBarnesi/'A good place for killing time. ,vThe rules': are too elastic. I should a.pplyjaUime; limit' (tu needles)! If. tihat . were'done,;:more .time might be given to private membors" motions and bills.".' Mr Will rhornc:> "Really too much talking. Labor ■ members disgusted-at the wastc-of .time. Unless we-a,ct^ as' the motive power, very little Is going to be done." - fy Mr John Ward: '■'Pleased'At fairness to new momberB, but despondent at anti nuated formulas. More could be done if a proper system of devolution of certain business to committees was instituted." . Mr J. Ramsay Macdonald: "The com plexity of the inachlnc perhaps strlka* me most."

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WIT AND HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 9 June 1906

WIT AND HUMOR. Lady : I am so sorry your mistress is ouU Do you think, she. will bo ut homo this eveu-. ing? Maid : Shi'll have to bo; it's my night out She : 1 think u girl is very foolish to marry, a poor man. Ho': Yes; but not half so fool-, ish as tho poor man who marries that kind of girl. "There uow," exclaimed a llttlo' American girl tho other da)*, rummaging ln: a druwer, "undo boa gone to Hca'ven without bis spec tacles!" ; Mothor (thoughtfully) : I wonder whybablea. Insist on being rocked? Fnthor (flercoly). :4. They don't. If they had their own way they'd' much rather lie still and howl!. . . Tho man! who invents a mochlno so that people can drop a penny in the slol and pick . out a name for the baby will surely make a fortune.. It will take so many poonics' to get a name to suit. * Said a man in a spirit of;pique To his wife, '/In that hut you're a friquo." "Sir, you'll* seo how it feels " To get your own meals!" Cried his wifoy : "Ta-ta for a wique!" A five-year-old dau...

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

SOSXBX.Y TAJIK. Tomato Soup.—Stow and Htrain ono quart of tomatoes, add a small icasponn rnl ot Fait, and a little pepper. Boil one quart of milk. Smooth tosether one tab'.espoonful of Hour with one of butter, add '(his to, the boilinp milk, but do not put in the tomatoes till the dinner hour. Ifave a. tureen' hot. Pour In the boiling m'ilkr and add a' nma.ll-pinch ot soda. to the tomatoes. Pour thorn in, mix, and serve at once. . Vpal Ooutcs.—Mince' tlio cola remains of a breast of veal together with two slices of cooked bacon, and season with herbs and pepper. Have ready 6 rounds of fried bread (fried in the bacon fat), shape1 to taste, and pile each ivtlhvmincc. •Place ina hot oven for live minutes, gar nish,and serve hot. Onion' Soup.—This Is wholesome and iiist>\ • Slice' two or three large- onions, and fry In butter'or dripping until ten der,, but Tiot blackened. Add, three table-, sp'fionfuls : of flour,' and stir in until a 'Utile cooked, add slowly a pint of boil ing wat...

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
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Football. MOSS VALE v WILDE'S MEADOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 13 June 1906

Football. MOSS VALE v WILDE'S MEADOW. This match was played" at tho Meadow on Saturday, the home toam winning by 11 points to nil, after a most "willing" on counter. We say "willing," for there were many evidences of rough play which did not Borvo to promote a kindly fueling amongst the players, "whilst from a spectacular point of view the onlookers were by 110 means enamoured of the "manliness" of tho en counter, the general opinion expressed amongst the crowd being that ''football is no game for me." Now if football is going to continue to ba played under public patron age, and not be olassed as a display of brute strength pure and simple, there ia only one course open to the football authorities, and that is to nip in the bud the first sign of rough or spiteful play, by ejecting, without ceiemouy the offending playor from the field. Tho game if properly played .should resolve itself into a scientific display in which the resourcefulness, speed, and enduranco of tho one side is ma...

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 13 June 1906

lOOO gal. Tank, 800 gal. Tank nearly now. Poultry; Coops, Wire Netting,' Brooders for Bale. KYNGDON, Darjeeling. _ ' ; , . TF"OR SALE.—Supoiior American ORGAN by Mason ami Hamlin, in massive: carvcd Mahogany case. Mirror Back, 9 st-ipa, eto. - Apply J. G. MORRIS and CO., Bowral. -Vt/'ANTED AT ONCE.—8 DAIRY FARMS in Mobs Valr, Exeter, or Bowral distriots. Anyono having same to let, send particulars to G. F. LYNCH, Auctioneer, ifosa Valo. S™OR SULKIES and other Vehicles, Saddlery, and Harness, nono better than at T. iiltO WNLOW'S Foderal Ooachbuildcr, Mosa Vale. 3E AM a CASH BUYER of Hider, Skins, and Wool, Marsupial Sltins in any quantity.—G. F. LYNCH, Argyle-Btreet, Mobs Vale. 1 :\. •gS-ORSE RUGS, Horao Rugs. Agency for the Aberdeen Registered Brand, also my own apeoial make, all at Sydney, prices.—T. .BROWNLOW, Fedornl Hnrnoss Depot, Mosa Valo. A BARGAIN.—1280 acres Froohold. ' Situ oted 8 miles from Gunning Railway. 100 acres fH {or plough, black soil. Largo frontage Jerrawa Oreef...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 13 June 1906

INFLAMMATORY' RTTT2UMATISM. Anvonn who ha* over oxp«?rio'»"Ctl th»* cxnrunhiiihi? ! find almost unho irublo p.mn mmiUnt lo Iufl immi- I tory Uhoumnt hmi will ploistvi to Unow ihufc! -iirmitpt teliff tmy ho hwl by applying (Jhnmbor miii'a r.iia Tho llrat .ipplhmtiou i^ivrh r> lioft-nr y »u uki your money bno!c» Por silo by 1\ J^orR:iu, Ch^mi/V,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 13 June 1906

C0I.D3 THAT HAKG ON. S'> frwiuouily f(>Ule on t,ho )u»rs, ami result in pr.eumnnii or con^umpUvn. 3) > nut Irtko f:lmnro<of q culil we u\\.;iy, or oxpoiimont with unknown pro'aratiot'S thnt will on>v half intro \K un<l li-uvo you 'V?UJi ft Kori,iun ihrnnt i>r trouble. At tho first sign of a cojd, oommfliioo t.»kin<j .Chum'wtuiji'ii 'OougJVttamodjr,-for it mi c* conghs >mtl i*oM« qiitMkiy by ic:novinir ihc urns- of tho O'tnp'aint, nui.l p>\*« Ytim pnou'hoti'Ji • r uui^mnptiun. For su!o by D. ^ur^a/^ CLoujlat.

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Golf News. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 13 June 1906

Golf News. •. A golf wmtoli was played on the Bowral links ou Saturday afternoon last, botween Oiimpbelltown and Bowral, nnti the result waa'a win for the latter by 5 to 1. Tbo visitors wore entertained at Innob by- mem bers of the local olub. Scores ; BoWIUC,. CAMPBEMjTOWNi 0. AV. 'Marsdoti 1 v II. J. Merowetbor 0 S; Jl. Inne3-Noad 1 v F. L.Merowoth&r 0 Gavin George 1 v G. W. Davia ... 0 Dr. H. i'iiroaby 1 v-L. Monre ; • ... 0 W. E. Onvc-Bnyd 0 v A. G. I'ayten ... 1 Ouptaiu Lloyd 1 v A. J. Macartliur Onslow . ... 0 Totals 1

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BLOWN TO ATOMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 13 June 1906

BLOWN TO ATOMS. . Tho old idoa that tbo body: pnntptimoa ncpils a powiirful, drastio, "purpativo pill has beou exploded ; for Chamberlain's StomiiohnndLiver Tablets, which 'aro ferfectly hannleflB, gently stimulate liver ™d bowels to atpol prisonous nmttor, olcaiinn. tho bvs teni, and absolutely euro Constipation and Sick Headache. 3?or Balo by 1). Morgan, Chemist. Says the "Farm and Settlor":—It is hard to realise how dairy farmers can giro £20, £30, find £40 per. head for dairy. cpwe and make dairying,pay at 7grt.and 8$il per 11). for batter. Nevertheless, those prices lire comraou enough on" tho Bichmond River for dairy oows lately, Tho latest estimate of the population' .of. the State shows that tho enlarged raid of increase, apparent last year, is still, main tained. During the first three months. 4of, 1900 tho total increase was 8,650, or nt the rate of 2'8 por cent, per annum. Of this increnae, 6,01(5 was due to excess of birth1), and 2,685 to excess of immigration. D.uriug t...

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Bowral Town Orchestra. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 13 June 1906

I Bowral Town Orchestra. A mooting of subscribers and intending subscribers of the above was held at -the Town Hull on Mbud;iy~o.vouing','tboB0 pres ent including Messrs. IuiioslNoad, Gavin George, Jno. Oope, Buthven, Holmes, W. „T. Fraser, S. Froet, Hoslop, Jos. Stokes, W. Boer, Jonathan Willis, Coliu Ferguson, Bert Willi-i, Ebb. Davis, John StokoB, Drs. Valluck and Crawford. Iu the abseneo of tho Mayor, Mr. Innes Noad was elected Chairman. In taking tbe chair, ho aoid that in tlio event of tho Mayor returning from Sydney ho would immedi ately vacate tbe chair in his favor. Tlio proposed prospectus, as drafted by the provisional committee, was read and considered in detail. A few alterations and additions wero made ; and the following is tho constitution as amended : — TUB CONSTITUTION. The Society to be known aa tlio Bowral Town Orchestra. The subscription to bo 10/- per annum, payable in Rdvance; this .will entitle subscribers to two tickets for ! each of,two ooneeHs which the Bo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 13 June 1906

Little drop*. of Peppermint Mado by Mr.; Wood, . Pon t> tiioy do a body Suoh a world of ftood. > Little drops of Peppermint Cnro MkUo you well ftRain, • Dr»v<* a way tlmi hacking cough, ,«\nilovorjr uclio au,d pttitK

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 13 June 1906

General News. For Bronchial Coughs .take . WoodB' Groat Peppermint Core. la 8(1. | The Oasino "Express'' says that in one day last week the Kov. 0. Seymour, ;of Oasino, had to perform two burial services, one wedding ceremony, and two baptismal services. , ... ^ .Hill Bros.,,:Bawral—the leaders ' in fashion, Their stock of drapery, etc., keeps pace with the seasons. . .

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Robertson A. & II. Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 13 June 1906

Robertson A. & 31. Society. On Thursday, last the committee.of the above society held its usual monthly meet ing at the School of Arts, Robertson, there being present: Messrs, W. R. Hindmarsh (President), J. T. Hayter,' S; Hall, T. Wills,-. W. Swan, junr., J. Cur 'tis, T; E. Bursiil, J. Gilroy, W. Kirlcland, W. Noble, W. Brooker, H. Litchfield, H. Bell, J. T. Stone, and R. G. Ferguson (lion. sec.). . The most important business was the election of officers for the ensuing year, which resulted as follows Patron, Mr. W. R. Hindmarsh, sen.; president, Mr. W. R. Hindmarsh, junr.; vice-presidents, Messrs. Jas. Alcorn and R. W. Moses ; hon. treasurer, Mr. J. T. Hayter; hon. secretary, Mr. R. G. Ferguson. Mr. W. R. Hindmarsh, junr., briefly returned thanks, and referred to the ne cessity of a larger membership. He thought they could easily increase their number by at least 40 or 50 by a little energy displayed by the members. The secretary was granted the usual honorarium, on the m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 13 June 1906

On Friday night last in the Kringaloon hall a'ycry enjoyable entertainment was given in the form of a' tea meeting, and concert, which was held- in aid af- the. public school, and proved very successful. A length ^ programme was put through by the pupils and much enjoyed. At the ! conclusion of the progrnmnifi, the prizes won by the children were distributed by Mr. Morrow. [ Oilcloth—72 in nil .wi.Uh, gooil patterns, epooinl value 2/G y:\r.l, lit Hill ! For CliililMn'ti IHcUing Couitli Niijh', I Woci-li'tjiosl l?0]j;)0in\int Curo.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 13 June 1906

xA sensible: '.stimulant.' life >411 >#&ss, /j j A 54jmularit tH&t is medicsKcv'S in 5ts acfiiort ©rfi3 is cfdiredl healti* ^promoter £3 wartrc? ofc'till tnesVa drinKmgv" -£? x? It la br&c|rcig', and has curative sffedi in. j5* flidn'ey, Bowel, and Uririary Affections.

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Bowral Police Court. Disputed Impounding Charges. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 13 June 1906

Bowrai Police Court. Disputed Impounding Charges. Before Messrs. Maitlaud, P.M.; and R. S. Mackenzie, J.P. H. M. Oxley v. J. Schott (for the trus tees of the Berrima Common), being a case in which the complainant disputed charges on his.stock impounded from the common, which charges he held to be un lawful and excessive. Hi M. Oxley, solicitor, of Bowral, de posed that he was the complainant in the case; it was admitted by the defendant that 22 head of cattle were impounded off the Berrima Common, : also that the' Common was separated from his property by the Wingecarribbee River, which was easily crossable by stock. There was a straight line of fence on the Common side which acted as a boundary fence. ; This had always been, kept in repair by him. Recently a bull came on to his pvopErty from the Common. On his stock being impounded he inspected the fence and found it in a bad state of repair, also that cattle had recently crossed the river when there was na fence, the river being l...

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Deaf and Dumb. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 13 June 1906

Deaf and Dumb. Attention is directed to an advertisement in fiuothor column notifying the fact ^tliat Miss Isabot Petersen; collector for the New South Wiilfis lnstituliou for tho Deaf and Dumb Hnd tho Bliud, is;about to visit Bow rat for the pm-poBa nf coll noting snbscriptions nnd of making enquiries respecting deaf uiitl dumb or blind children who havo not been educated. Tho nnbie work this Institution is doing for ihoio sadly-ufllicted muinborsof the community oppeuls etrongly to those who »ro iu possession of alt their faculties, nnd it is therefore anticipated llmt Miss, Peterson's appeal will meet with a hearty and liberal response. Information respect ing iho admission of children may bo oh-, tamed, from Miss Petorsiin or from the Hon. Secretary, Mr. William Rigs:, .City Road,. Dirliugton, Sydney. Subscriptions sent by post to Mr.' Riijr will bo promptly 'au.4" thankfully ucknowlcdged,. ■ > ';

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Hawker's License. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 13 June 1906

Hawker's License.;» - A. hawkers license was granted! to Thomas William M urdock.' ' T!,

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