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Bowral Race Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 13 June 1906

■ B6\yral Eace Club. At tho Royal Hotel on Saturday evening a meeting of tho committee of tho above was hold, Mr. J. Bwivan presiding. Ac counts in connection with tho Winter Kaco Meetiuij were passed for payment, and a statement of receipts and expenditure show ed a profit ol £7 6a 5d; which was regarded ils highly satisfactory. Mr. Marks reoorn mouded the advisability of erecting some permanent seating accommodation on the course, as it waa very tiresome for ladies and children to be compelled to stand all day. This, with a coupla.of other augges lions brought forward, were left over for dis oussion at a larger meeting.

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

Exoter... Tiie'minstrel entertainment on Friday evening last, 8th inst., in the Eseter School, of Arts whs a great success. A very long [irn^rfiuiiriQ commenced punctually sit 8 o'clock. -.Mr. H. 0. Fowler (uilerlocutor) with: fourteen-:" niggers " .in. his company, went through the firut part without a hitch. Tho following ..songs ware rondered ' | ""Dolly . Grey,". Mr. W. Elliott; " Poor Little Winkle " and " I said good-byo," Mr. ! W. Bunker; " Under the Auheuaer Bush," Mr! Heaton.; " E^ypt," Mr. A. Fordham ; " A mother is the best, friend," Mr. J. Elliott';.-" I'se goin' back to Dixio,"' Mr. Phillbrook. ; " My Suubeani Lost," Mr. H. J 0. Fowler; " I wouldn't leave my little wooden lint," Mr. J. Collins ; "Good old Jeff," Mr. R.,Fowler. The various jokes, etc., were greatly enjoyed. The first part ooncludodwitli an amusing dialogue. . lu the second part an instrumental- selection was given by Misses O'Neill and Neville, Mr. T. Nicholls and Masters Neville and -Archer. This item p...

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Notes by "Scribbler." [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 13 June 1906

Notes by "Scribbler." The tourist trips arranged by theN.S.W, Tourist Bureau to tltiu distriot are takihg on. The nnmlior of pe iplu who' havo already availed thomselvoa of this convenient and pleasant arrangement show : appreciation, and this when the weather is settling in cold and uncertain. How much more successful will the trips bo when the summer oomes again. . • « #••••• * In view of ooming olectionB, tbe.Viotorian Government is concerning itself about tlioso who hold the right and privilege to vote, and yot do not take tho trouble to do so. The Government is going to introduce a bill to make voting compulsory under penalty of disfranchisement. That seems only fair. In a self-governing couutry like this, when oyory volo tells, the least that each elector can do for the good of the country is to re cord his or her vole.- There is nothing to be proud of, rather tho reverse, in abstain ing from using tho privilege of the franchise. Perhaps the chief cause is .laziness; but at th...

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Two Homes Half-a-Mile Apart. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 13 June 1906

■:;';Two .Homes Half-a«Milo. Apart. i The discovery baa been made tliat Mr. • i T\homas Kiley, a Now York millionaire, bimkor, religions worker, and philanthropist, | has two wives, while everyonebelieved him ! to be a.siugle man. Not half-a-mile apart.; lie maintained two handsome houses with a wife in each, dividing-his time between them without either wife or the neighbours dis covering his secret. He married first, hia brother's widow, but this marriage was al ways kept secret. The second marriage took place in 1903 with a wealthy widow, Mrs. Colt, whom ho also persuaded by plausbile pretexts to keep rho marriage neoret. At one home he wa3 Kiley the merchant, and at the other Kiley the banker, representing himself as two brothers, and invonting ail elaborate fiction of family differences-to ex plain why the two never met. Coufrouted with the exposure, Kiley said that ho be lieved his firat wife to. bo dying when ho Scried the secondhand quite .expected on "the,retnrn from his ho...

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

Th© Pride of Place amongst Storekeepers of the highest grade is unquestionably held by TAYLOR' BROS. TAYLOR BROS. The reason is simplicity itself. . It is because of our determination, to insist on QUALITY being the first consideration in our business,, and also on keeping PRICES , _.t „ . "ght Na Order too Large, None too Small. TAYLOR BROS. S-TGiiE, moss VALE.

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MITTAGONG v. BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 13 June 1906

MITTAGONG v. BOWRAL. ••lite above match was witnessed by a large attendance of spectators' at Mitta'gong on Saturday last, when Bowral Buffered defeat to the tune of 80 points to nil.". This was only to be expected from the teara the visi tors' put in the field to face the music against the.full force of the Mittagong club. Tli'e visitors could only " rake up " thirteen men, which concluded five or six pick ups, but they battled well and held their own for ;some time ; " at length their strength gave way against the apparently increasing strength of the home team, and at half time tbb'score. stood 11 to nil in Mittagong's favor, the tries being obtained by Webb, Waters, and Cupitt,' the latter converting his-try into a goal. When the second half oOmmenced, it was expected that Bowral, with the down-hill running, would make the game more even, but they wore outclassed in rdvery direction, Mittagong adding tries in quick succession, which were obtaiued by Webb, H. Nicholls, Cupitt, J....

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ARE YOU A NUISANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 13 June 1906

|v . Aim YOU A NUISANCE?..' / ' Tou Aisl'tirl) cvorvhujy in tho . Why not :>top oouvtfung ? You make- a irrriblo no'so. As i for Hl.rppi.njj, 110 ono cnn put a t)it nf rest, Ifyou do I not nara for yourKolf. Hio» Tor tho fialco of tho others I taVo Olmmhcrl.uu'ti Coittrli Rrmc<1y. You will make t ovoryboily happy, w\ \ Umt inuhr.lis joutsoH, for i tho fivst thuifj you know you* will. nut havo.nny I'cougb. For salo l>v I). Morgan, Cboniial. Farm implements and producey at low rafecs, al Hill Hros.^ BowrcvU

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

GOWRIE RUTH YEN. Will sell at auction, Friday Aftersaoow, at 3 p.m. JAM MELONS PUMPKINS FRUIT and GENERAL MERCHANDISE Also—BILLIARD TABLE COMPLETE, &c._ At t.S&e M.OOR2S Merrigang-street, Bowral. ALL LINES RIUST BE CLEARED. 8 TTosas of PeassEpliisss in lots to suit purchasers. fHEW SEASON'S WOfELIIES NOW OPENING AT HAWKINS & CP'S IPrices HicrTit. as Usual. E. B. HAWKINS & CO., ARGYLE HOUSE - MOSS VALB; For First-class $ s Work. Jas. MeOIeery & Sons, Opp. Good Sheds, (Est. over 23 years). SVSOSS VALE.il Wo take tlio Lead, and why? Simply because our work stands the test ! For Painting, Trimming, Wheelwrightiiig, Horse-shoeing, Plough work and General Work we hold the Reputation. Our plant is one of the best and most complete in the colony. We have spared neither labor or money to make it so. All orders by rail or post attended to punctually. Charges Moderate. moss vails .-. TAILORIMG ESTABLISHMENT. :r;s. "whyteT-~~~~ • Practical Tailor,. CORNER...

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The Use of Bad Language. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 13 June 1906

'The Use of Bad Language. 'The use of bad languaga on the part of ft husband may be an act of cruelty towards his'wife, or it may not—thecaBois governed entirely by circumstances, ncoordiiig to, a ruling given.by Mr. Justice Simpson in the Divorce Court. If the woman is refined and, sensitive, and perhaps physioally weak, the husband who,swears at her commits ornelty ; if.on the other hand, she is accustomed to hear such words from his lips;- there is. no such offence, according to law. "Cruelty" was defined by his Honor as that which affected, or waB likely to affect, the health of the person said to be injured. The case :uiYder investigation . wr.s' ouo in which a miner's' wife, sought judicial separation from her husband ori'the ground of cruelty, und it was alleged on her behalf, amongst other things, that he had continually addressed bad language to her, and Iwd sometimes done bo in .the presence of their children. "I hear dreadful language spoken sometimes when I am walking in...

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

HAVE YOU A WEAK THROAT? V If so, you cannot bo too careful. You cannot be-* gin treatment too early. Each cold mokes you moro liable to another, and fcbo lust is alwayR harder to ouro. Try Chumherlaiu's Cough Remedy just once, and you will find it plousnut to take, and most soothing and healing. For ealeby D, Morgan, Chemist, . _• . • '• .

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

Vor Chronic OhpRt Complain!*. Woods' Great Pt^oiimiit Cure. Is Cd.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 16 June 1906

...COlibs TIiVt HANoTTtf. . S> frcquouUy fottlo im tlio ltuw, »m»l ivauH In P'toumonit or r.otii'Umptiiiu. d » not (ukoohnncQtof a oolil wo rlnjr nwn.r. or uxporimont with unknown propai'iiti )i.fl that will oa v inilt cu e it, nml Imuvo jon Willi a Hoiious throat or lumc trouble, At tho Urotelyn of a ookl, oumtnonco Inking ChutnlH*rlfUn'rt Ooujfh Komcdy, lor It eu ca coughs >mil-olds tjm<<kly ' .-by ruuiovitiv Die onuH* of thu o •mp'tiiiU, ami pr* Tfc*nt» pHcu'i.o»i;i »«r con^mptioiu- For aula hy D. Morgan, CI euibt. Hill Bros., Bowral—the lenders in fashion. Their stock of drapery, etc.';' Icecps pace with ths seasons. ':r' Wood*' Orottt I'i ppcruilnt Cute, v ifot Conslis -r.d t'oU*. nevrr-(nils. • l» Oil.

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Moss Yale Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 16 June 1906

Moss Yale Police Court. Before Mr. Maitland, P.M., D>-. Steven son, aud Messrs. J. A. Badgery and E. Hewison (the three last-mentioned gentle men oocupyiog the bencli at. various times during the progress of the court). MUNICIPAL APPEALS. - A number of appeal cases were dealt- with as follows: — D. McGregor, shop mid dwelling ia Ar gyle-street assessed ufc £10. —Confirmed. D. McGregor, residence in Argyla-etceat assessed ftt £-10 — .Reduced to £42. H. W. Taylor, land in Railway-street as sessed at £2 10s.—Confirmed. Jane Taylor, Inndiu Parkes-street nsessed at £2 10b.—Confirmed. Jane Taylor, quarry in Watson-street as B09Bod at £6.—Reduoed to £8. Lewis Taylor, dwelling in North-street as BeRBod at £9.—Reduced to £7. C. C. Gale, land in Argyle-street assessed at £7 10s.—Reduced to £6. C. C. Gale, land in North-Btroet assessed at £0.—Reduced to £5. C. C. Gale, land In Yarrawa-road assessed at £7 10s.—Reducec to £G. C. C. Gale, dwelling in Throsby-street assessed at £40 103.— Reduce...

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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 16 June 1906

Obituary. It in onr sad duty lo record the death of Mr. | James White n redpreted reai.lcut ot. Uowrnl f il" .nearly 80 years, whose demise took plaoc at Ilia late I homo, Oxloy-utrcdt, on Wednoaday. night; aftor 11 linKerinn illnofa, at the nxo ol 01 years. 'l'hn deceased Imil been in (uiling health for i-cveial ynnri>. •ho last twelve niontlia of .which left him ijui « iocapablo of performing bin dnily avocation. I'm-. vioun lo I1ii« lie had keen a hard working, in riuntrioiis man, enpnged on the lneal i]iiairiei>. and be woo looked np to hy all mi acenunt of hit* mnny Stirling qualities. Hi« death will lie mouriic I b.y a widow aud a grown-up family of four daughters and two sons. lie was e!osely associated with Odd iellowfliip, having boon h member of ilia fraternity for ilS yours, 23 years of which he wax nss.-juintrd with tho I-t'iyiil Lighlliouso Lodge, M.y.I.O.O.l'., Eowral. Tho'funeral tookphreyeslerday, the retnaitiii being intcired in St. Judr'n Cemetery, in the pre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 16 June 1906

BLOWN TO ATOMS'. Tho old idoa that tho buAy 6<mietitnes ne»d4 a powerful, dr^sii«. jmr«.i'iro hns bten txplo-led ; for Clinmbodft'n\i Stomach juu! Liver rttl»lel8, which Ate frrfoctly lmrmlefW, gently Klimuiuto liver-.-end bowels to etpol p iMmom iiiatlor, clo/tnso tho a« tem, and. absnlutflly euro Oorienpitiyii fui«i Siok Hcadoube. K>r sale b/ 0. Muigiin, CNi.misi. For Bconc-hfnl Conglig uke - Crioftt Peppermint Cti?v. K 04. ■..Mai, fur buu'te,

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Football. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 16 June 1906

Football. Tbo first round of tbo Berriuia Camden Union will bu brought lo a close this after n.oi with the following ruatcbosRobert boq v Bowrnl at Robertson, &li:tagong v Moss Vale at Mittiigong. Wilde's Meadow enjoy tbo bye. ■Bowrul will be represented by the follow ing players in their match with Robertson tbis afternoon : —H. Davidson, W. Ritchie, R. Blacker, R. Riley, E. M'Kay, J. Fmser, F. Hupsoti, H. Ellsraore, B. C'aycan, T. Smith, H. Cutting, 0. Cnroy, W. Ferguson, V. Simer, nud P. Denraead ; emer. V. Keith, H. Laweon, G. Scaife. Trap Will lenvo W. Wallace's nt 1 o'clock. The/following players will represent Mittagong against Moss Vale, this,afieruooi>, on the former's gronnd: —A^'Murray, H. ■NipUolltf, P. Giipia, F. A. Oarter, P. Webb, H. "Nioholla, W. Cripps, R. Troy, E. M'Rae, G. Clmlkcr, J. Wilson, W. Collins, S. Dow ling, L. Waters, E. Nicbolls. emer., J. Spears, E. Miller. The public schools' competition will com mence this afternoon, when Bowral will try c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 16 June 1906

Ha ye you a weak throat? If so, you cannot ba too careful. Yon cannot bo gin treatment too oarly. Each cold makes you more liable to another, and the lust is always bnrJor to onro. Try Chamberlain's Cough Boraody just onc\ and you will find it pl*M&ant to tnk", ani most soothing and hosling. For Bale by D. Morgan, Ohoniist.

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SERVICES TO-MORROW. Church of England. SS. SIMON AND JUDE, BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 16 June 1906

SEBVICKS TO-MORROW. 6 - Church of England. BlilON AND JUDK, BOWRAL. Services at 11 and 7. Holy Communion—1st Sunday in month at 11 am, 2nd at 8 am, 3rd ut 7 p m, 4th at 8 a m, 5th at , : 11 a m. The Hector. ST. BrBPIIEK'8, MimooNo. lafc Sunday in month—Mittagnng 11 and 7.80 2nd Sunday—Mittngong 11 (n.c.) ife 7.30, ColoValo 3 3id Sufiday—Mitlagong 11 & 7.30 (n.o.). Hill Tojl 3 4th' Snndny —Mittagong 11 and 7.30, Jullore 3 I 5th Sunday—M'gong 11 is 7.30, Children's Service 3 Rov. T. J. HeHernoo. I AM, SAINTS, BUTTON FOIIE8T. Sutton Forest at 11, communion first Sunday , Bundanonn ut 3.30, communion third Sunday Eieier 7.30; oomraunion second Sunday Rot. A. C. Oorletto. ( WINOKCAIlBinDKB. Robertson 13; KanRaloon 3, Burrawang 7.30 Bev. 1). T. Smith. Roman Catholic Church. Mitfagong 0.30, Burrawang 11, Bowral 11 and 3.30 Bervioo at Bowral every Friday at 7.80 a.m. Rov. J. Carroll. Methodist Church. Bowral, Mr Swpny 11, Rev J \V Holden 7 Mittagong, Rov O Woodhouso 11, Mr 8wyny 7 M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 16 June 1906

ARK TOO A NUISANCE P Tou dinturb everybody iu tho houso. Why not stop coughing ? Tou mako a terriblo noieo. Ah for aleeping, 110 "no tfan got a bit of rest. If you do not caro fov yourself, then for the sakn of tho others take Chnmliorlaiu'e Cough Remedy. You will make ovorybody happy, and that includes yourself, for tho first thing you know you -will not havo any cough. For ealo by D. Morgan, Chemist. Lowest prices and high quality goods —these two factors have combined to make Hill Bros, the busy commercial centre of the district. A. M. P. Society. ono wisbinR to secure a Policy in thie world-wido known liberal Society Apply, II. MAllKHAM MILLS, DISTRICT ACiKNT, BOWRAIi. HORSE CUPPING SEASON. E. BRAZIER, 33EAVINCJ purchased 0 New Chicago Uorsc GBjII'K>IR4* is now prepared to CLIP HOUSES in any part of tho district or at hia own, residence, Merrigang'-street, Bowral. Slsefer. For Household Purposes ask for the— New Seam Coal, equal to . Mountain Coal in Every respect. If the coa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 16 June 1906

INFLAMMATORY RHEUMATISM. Anyone who ha» erer oxpftriourwl tho oxomciating find almost unbearable puins lnuiilt nt (o Inflamma tory Rheumat'sm will b» plounod to know that prompt relief may be h«d by applying Chamber lain's Puiu Ba!m. The lirst application givpfi re lief, or you oftii have your mouoy buck. For sale by Xh Morgan, Obemi»fc.

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