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Reserving Seats in Railway Cars. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 13 June 1906

Reserving Beats in Railway , Cars. • . It 13 a woli-Gsfcahliahfid rule among long distance travellers on the railways that a - seat upon which tiny article of travelling baygago has beat) placed is regarded as "en gaged hut according to the Melbourne Argus-it is to be fsarod that this oommend able practice is abused-on some of the Via t'priiin'- lines, and that casual - travellers aw subjected to iuconvenienco by. others of ex perience, who are prompted' -by •■ the selfish desire for oomfort to scatter their belongings over seats other tlmu their own. A tram pulls up at a wayside station for a few min utes'.- "After purchasing his tioket, the an- : fortunate waysider with his baggage rushes from compartment to compartment, only to find them apparently full. Yet, if nn in : spcction were made after the train, baa ro-y sutned the journey, it wnuld be found thut thofe were many vacant feats, Mr. Fitz-. pntrick, one of tho Victorian Railway Com missioners, says this practice is common t...

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

UPHOLSTERING UP-TO-DATE [Ebtablibhkd 1890.] Mattresses made and rfwnado. ro-flllod and tabbed. Chairs re-caned, or dona with maeramo thread, from 2s. Venetian BlindH re-taped and corded. .. Lin.^euma laid ; Carpets heat and rfi-laid. Bod DrapQB made, also Blinda and Curtaina. Loose Futnituro Cohere a^speciality. Furniture Repaired and Polished* . CROCRLERT AND FURNITURE,.PACKED. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY AMENDED TO. AddroaB: Victoria Street, Bowral. JOHN BEAVAN OPPOSITE HILL BROS,, ROWRAL, NEWSAGENT, TOBACCONIST, &u., Ac. _ HA1RDRE8SINQ SALOON. ■2H*FIE PROPRIETOR of the Bnwral Free Press accoptB No Resposbidiuty for any Anvsirriaixo ' Blooks not Arriiiip- for NOTICE TO Wii'nis 12 , Months ■ from ADYERTISEBS. date, of last insertion.. Dis . . . used Blocks should bo..ap plied for immediately after expiration of order*.. No Blocks retnrnod by post unless postago it prspeid. - SXDNET AGKNTS FOB. THIS PAPBR. 1'ILP COPIES OF WHICH M,\Y BE SEEN AT . THEIli ROOMS, 123 PITT-ST. 3E5.I5LIAB...

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Small Debts Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 13 June 1906

Small Debts Court.' R. S. Boardman v. John Russell, claim £4 4s 3d. Verdict for the amount, with 43 costs of court. R. S. Boardman v. A. M. Momscn,' claim 16/9. balance of account. It ap pears that 5 per cent, discount had been allowed provided the accounts were settled within f\ week, but six weeks had elapsed before the payment of the last account, although the defendant said the cheque had been written out,, and was waiting far'the com plairian t whenever he chose to .call for it. The case was dismissed.

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Federal Electoral Rolls. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 13 June 1906

Federal Electoral Rolls*. The, Australian Democratic Union' haa-' issued-circulars pointiug out: that the federal■ doctoral rolls may be inspected at the • locnI:7 post office, and that personsdnitled lo'oxoi' ciso the franchise, whose narnoa have: been omitted from the rolls, tnay.obtiiin^thp ne cessary forms of apphcai ion from the post master. The forms should be properly filled up and po3tad to tho electoral registrar for tho district. Applications of this kind are carried by the Postal Department free of charge. The police are reaponwiblo for the-" State rolls only, and the oollcption of nanina by the police ia no guarantee whatever that imybuo's nnuie is on tho Federal roll. Once; the writes for election are issued it will bo too late for electors to seoure enrolment.

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WONDERFUL ASTONISHING [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 13 June 1906

WONDERFUL ASTONISHING *3?rR a string round your. finger, imke a note in your pocket'hook, tic n knot" i?i your handkerchief or writo it wilh indoliblo pencil on yout' memory l>or—• n-u-a;iy - means nt nil which .will- Us it in your mind t<> pay a .visit to ibe Oycloraum. Hal: the Joy of going to Sydney ia wnsied if you don't call at this unique entertainment. You get fun gsilore find in addition there indie great display of ihe famous battle of Getty«b»r« to instrnctnnd enlighten. And all thin for 1 /•, with children at nixpcnco.

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

Hill Brtip. Bowral, for boota. . Curtiidges ot all kinds at Hill Uros. -

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A Profitable Farm. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 13 June 1906

A Profitable Farm. The advent of sprint; brought increased employment of needy aud willing workers at the Salvation Army's farm colony,. Had loigh, Essex, in tho cultivation of the market garden and orchard. Hero there are ! Borne; 20,000 frnit trees and bushes, nnd soon is expected tho glad sight of promising fields of peas, potatoes, and pHrsloy, strawberries, and seakalo, carrots and cabbages, mint and marrows, rhubarb aud. radishes, .leHiice and leeks, turnips, ouions, and asparagus.. One of the most successful developments .of '.the colony is the poultry farm, exhibits from which have won the highest prizes at the leading shows in the country; Last year 2500 birds were exported to.-.Geylon,. Aus tralia, South Africa, and Sonth Amorica, besidos the oontinont of ISurope. The royal farm at Windsor has even purchased some of the birds.

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

t's Getting* O .. WARE .Y0UR8EWI8 SNUG FOR THE WIKTER C BY GETTING YOUR Blankets, Flannels •Jackets, Winter Underwear New Dress Goods Men's, Boys' and Youths' Clothing • .Boots, and Shoes JVB, ANDREWS: & CO., BOWRAL.

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

THE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY of SYDNEY, Ltd. [EjriiiLiSHED 1831.J Ca.pita.1 paid np £1,000,000 Beserve Fund 1,100,000'' -Beeerve Capital 1,000,000 , ; £3,190,000 DIRECTOR*. G. J. Cohon. Esq., Chairman. Hon. H. E. Rater, M.L.C., Deputy Chairman. Hon. Henry Moses, M.L.G. Hon. Biehard Jones, M.L.G. Hon. P. T. Hnmphery, MLC. AtrononB. A. H. K. Mattvcl), Esq., W. L. Doohor, Esq. HEAD OFFICE, GEOKGE-ST, SYDNEY. T. A. Dibbu, Gonoral Manager. T. B. Gaden, Assistant Manager and Chief Inspector, A. J. Soutar, Accountant. W.C.B.Tiley, II.H. Massie, W.H.Pinhey, Inspectors. INTEREST RATES ON FIXED DEPOSITS. 14 per cent, for fi inom)i5. 3"per eont. for 12 months. S per oont. for 2 years. LONDON OFFICE, 18 TURCFUN-IiANB, B.C. towootors—V. H. Dangar, Esq.; Bonn W. Lovy, Esq.; Hon. H. S. I.iUlbton. Manager—ff. A. Scrivener. Brnachci throughout the State of New South Wales and in Queensland. Agan«iea throughout tho world. Bowral Branch, GAVIN GEORGE, Manager. ..&k BEAMj STOCK AGENT* AUCTION...

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The Woolondillg Press (LATE "BOWRAL FREE PRESS"). 13.6.06. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 13 June 1906

- ^allniviDHln t]vcss (Latb "Bowral Frhu Pkess"); 13.6.06. ' Local luiil General. Mr. Kytigdou advertises tanks, poultry poops, wire netting, and brooders for sale. Major Shurp, of.tlio Salvation Array, is (tniiguucod to coudoot a special.''meeting in tbo Oddfellows' Hull, Bowral, on Friday evening at 8. Theto wiil: be music and eingiuy, and at tlie clone hot pies and coiToo will be Borvcd. Admission Qd. : > Mr. J. I-I. Beale will sell on Friday, 15th Tuney at.Moss Yale, 220 head of stock, gee advt. Lowest prices and high quality goods —these two factors have combined to make I-Iill ■ Bros. the busy commercial, pentrcof the district. f Tho Kangaloon Dairy Company received 17,'183 gals, of milk and 19,088lba. ofoieam for the monlh pf May. The total butter mauufaoturpd \vas lB.TSCilbs. It took 211b. fioz. of milk to initku lib. of butter. . lOJd por lb. waa tho rat'o paid to Huppliors lur butter fat, and cream suppliers were charged ljd per lb for manufacturing tliuir butter. Id co...

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

pAGTS ESTABLISHED AT COURT. In nn antiun, Iho causo of which waa flagrant mia tipoof our lirui name and atliuv* groiia miuruproaeii tatione by nil imitaliuK company, which was tiied before hiii Honor Chief Justiccd. Madden, IC.O.M.P.. Jj.L.D., in iho Supremo Court, at Melbourne, i?-j prosecution nlio\vod:— 1. That Sandoi riiiI Sons' Pura Valntile Eucalypti Extract contains all medicinal constituents of the oucalypti, In a highly; replied and pure form. 2. That il is mnch moro powerfully healing (antl Beplic) than ordinary eucalyptus preparation*1. S- That it does not depress the heart like ordinary pDcalyptua preparation). 4. That in contains no Imrmlul ingredients, and 5. 1'liat it is highly commended by miiiiy author ; idea for the lust 30 years as a safe, reliable (Mid elTcotivo remedy. Borne imitators lmvo tried to deceive tha public by aimulrvliny our get up; othero liavo rulied nn the ••just na good'' gamo, Thorcfore, tnku caro and ob tain tha QKNUINH SANDKH ti SONd' KUCAIATTI...

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Our Commonwealth. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 13 June 1906

Our CoiumomvcaUh. And what's hor destiny "Poor Australia," B.iid the follow in the street, "She'll have to chJI npsiiilance To maiuinin Iict own oxiatcnco, Or ulou shuMl have to bear the bitterness of • defeat. . Mail whoso fathers were mnn, Through" something worse than war the country for nswon.' ' - . Is rtlto now to lose,her glory That is lold in rhyme mid.story? Shame oil those who think she's near the ' setting of her sun; Not yot near the soiling of her sun— Her name and fnrao shall upread, and her fl'ig shall always fly, For tho>'ll grasp the sword and rifle, For their life is but a IriUe. Her sons, froe men, shall count it joy for her to die/ • Only ft pebhlo in the ocean* Only a handful of men, who are traiood to guns. . But they never seem to reckon That Australia need but beckon For assistance to her volunteering sons. . Proud,patriotic, fearless, Who vo latelyhold their owu amongst tho : beat, . ' \ • Will show they never heeded • Tliemsolves when Australia needed; D...

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The New Railway Station. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 13 June 1906

Tiie Now Hallway Station. It has been decided to transfer tho mil way traffic to the now Central • Railway Station iu Sydney doting the first week iu August. Probably tho change will bo rnada on Sunday, August 5. Tho department, prefers a Sunday for tho purpose, as.tlio traffic is lighter ou that day, and as the sys tem is new the employees will require prao tice. Everything will certainly not be com plote at the opening, and months must elapse before all things ore in working order. To carry over the lines from 'the.* Eodfera yard is a difficult undertaking, .when tho trafflo has to he kept going. The system of work is set out on paper, nndthe jobis di vided into 17 soations. At tho presont timo those in charge have got tbrorigh the soventli section, but before the whole work is com-' pfetod, according to plana, ndarfy two yoars will have elapsed. Still, Vue aothoritios state that good progress is being made with the building.of tho new station. Everything is well advanced, but it....

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

ARCHITECT, •'WnniiiuoToN," BUHRADOO. Dj\ 11. Crawford, SURGEON DENTIST, r'ojr/r j[ALr., norm at. KHrous Oxido Gaa Administered. OfJice Hours, 9 to ft p.m; MRS. S. 0. GIBBONS, TEACHER, OP MUSIC SINGING, ELOCUTION, AND DANCING. VISITS BOWK A I, DAILY. TERMS ON APPLICATION, Abmwim— BtJBRADOO. GEO, E. VINCENT, " " A. MUS." T.C.fc.V PROFESSOR OF MUSIC, bowkaTj akd MirrAooNG. PIANOFORTE, HARMONY, COMPOSITION, Eto. TBttMS OX APPLICATION. MR. A. BENNETT, Teacher of Violin. M!SS A. BENNETT^ Teacher of Pianoforte, liOKRADOO STHBRT. BOVVRAL. Toi'ma cm ftpplicn&'on. OR, H. LEIGHTON JONES. DENTIST, Arftyle Str«et,M«ssVale - May lie oonsciltcd at ... Morgan's Phcrmaoy . Evory Monday Forenoon and Friday Afternoon. -David W. Moffat, MONUMENTAL MASON, ARGYLB STREET, MOSS TALIS. (NEXT FIRE STATION). E.rxHJATBa fob U'EADSTONns . iw GnANurn, Maibh.e, asd FaaEKTONO. LATEST- DESIGNS ON APPLICATION. BliST WonmmNBltlP QuAnASTlSBD. fWrs. £ngof(!6y, (QUEEN'8 COMJSOB, LONOONJ Pupil ol Dr. E. ft. jVlox...

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A Strange Accusation. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 13 June 1906

A Strange Accusation. A Melodramatic story was told in the Divorce Court in Sydney on Wednesday by ii petitioning wife, who stated that her hus band had tried to compass her death by giv ing her a poisoned liiss. She described how ho rubbed atrychuino oo his lips and then invited her to kiss him. He then went into tho bathroom and washed off the powder. Attempted poisoning, however, was not one of the issues, and the ^ attention which the court gave the story dul not indicate that much importance was attached to it.

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

A cough is a danger signal. You oliould hood its warning promptly. Bogin at onoo, and tako regular dosos of your cold boioro it goes down into tho ohosfc. ^Iicn you bring a bott^ of Ayor's Cherry Pectoral into tho hoUBO you bring with it roliof, good oheor, hopo, oiid minahlno. It is a. Standard and unrivaled romedy for" colds and coughs. I There are many substitutes and iml-j tatlona. Bowaro of thorn and of eo-l oailod " Qonuluo Cherry Pectoral."; Do suro you got AYEIi'S Chorry PootomL Put up in large and small bottles. Pnp«rt<)t)jDr.J.C.A7HSCo.,Lowell1Mo«5..U.S. A. All norlou.s lung troubles Remise Pallr >Se Solo Amenta— ■H Timese j fisie Fiascos commend themselves j to tSie art- j istic h>-uyer j Modlels. i New Bess^ns. j N®w Scales. Price ccrasis- gs tent with grade, Old Pianos taKan jo in oischang'o. K Civtaloguaa Froo. ^ tzsE^ii^^s^T^i-r ari^saiir^i tj Sole Agents Palirig5© | ^ a 338 Goorgo St. R Sydney [| aHSa^SEisSSsI J1 A>• >;m : .MR. KliB, J^ast t&am...

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Danger of Hat-Pins. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 13 June 1906

Danger of Hat-Pins. A peculiar accideut'occurred to' a well kno.wri sooiety lady at Her Majesty's Theatre, j Bftllarat (Vic.), oir Tuesday night.- At tho I •close of the npora tho lady was in the oloak room readjusting liar toilot, wlien blood was observed on her wliito fur boa and blouse. Slio was greatly alarmed, especially when it was found that the blood trickled from under her hat. Several friends vaiuly endeavored to trace tho cau«e of the trouble, and the occurrence was all the' more mysterious wbtii the lady siiid sho wna not in pain, and had not collided with any object in, leaving tho theatre, or consciously had any other expi.rienoe that would have ca'ised the flow, of blood. As the bleeding could not be or roated, the. lady was in a ' weak stato con veyed to her home. At 2 a.m. medical as sistance was procured, .when it was found that tlm hlnod was coming from the top of tho lady's head, n large vein in which had been doeply punctured with a hat-pin' while alio was engag...

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Wedding Bells. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 13 June 1906

■ = Wedding. Bells. Oil Wednesday, 6th inofc., the marriage of Hiss Vidler, duugbler of Mr. aud Mrs. James Vidler, Robertson, to Mr. W. Stew art, of Robertson, took place at the residence, of the bride's parents. .The Rev. D. T. Smith officiated. 'f be bride's costume was of cream figured lustre, with the customary wreath and veil. There Wire two brides maids—Miss Violet Vidlor, who was attired in cream voile, and Miss Daisy May Hayos, iu white irmolin. At the conclusion of the ceremony, an adjournment was made to the dining room, where the breakfast had been prepiirod ; and after ample justice had beon done, to the good ; things provided, the usual loaats wore honoured, after which thehappy couple left for Sydney, where Llia honey moon will lie spout. The brides travelling dress was of brown sedan, with eroam trim mings. A number of ornamental uud use ful presents wovo received.

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Bowral Presbyterian Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 13 June 1906

Eowral Presbyterian Church.. The Ladies' Working Society of the above met on Tuesday, 12th inst., and decided to hold a Sale of Work 011 Jan uary gth and ioth, 1907, in aid of the Manse Building Fund. The following office-bearers'were elected : Secretary, Miss Eva Reid; treasurer, Mrs. W. T. Fraser ; sub-committee, Mesdames Reid, Moore, James, and Miss Hall. The work meetings will be held fornightly, com mencing on Wednesday next.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 13 June 1906

Dcatli of Mr. Scddori. . Mr. Soddon,. Premier, of Now Zealand died at sea on Sunday evening. He left Sydnoy for Now Zealand by tho ()3\vcstry Graugo at 8.80 on Sunday moriiing,. amid 'cheers'from admiring friends! • Mr. Soddori, though fatigued; was tlion' apparently in,his usual health. During Sunday he occupied himself with correspondence, and liiuohed in, his cabin. At 20. mihutoa past G p.m he was talking to Ilia wifo nnd daughter in his oabin, when he became pail, and a , doctor was seut for. . Suddenly the Now Zealand 'Premier oried out to his wifo, "Oh, mother," and fell with his head upon; her shonldbr. His death was due to heart failure. The steamer, which was 140 miles out, was im mediately .turned for Sydney Heads, and .entered the harbour, with fiaga at half-mast, at 9 o'clock on Monday morning., MAsaages of cpndblenco were received from all parts of Australasia. Mr. Seddoa would have cele brated his G2nd birthday on tho 22nd inst. Tbo people of Wellington bad arranged a...

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