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LOST IN THE BUSH SINGE SATURDAY. Dead Body Found by SeniorConstable Collis. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 16 June 1906

LOST IN THE BUSH SINGE SATURDAY. Dead Body tfoimd by Senior CoustaMo Coliis. Tjale yosl'jrdiiy nftornoon tho doad body of Januu Aloxand?r Breon, a resident of Mande mur, was brought into Bnwral from Out-nway Hill, where it was found by Senior-Constable Collia, of Boi'rima, a few hours bofore—at 25 minutes [mat 3. It appoars that Broon was hi Bowral on Sat urday afternoon last, being present at J. Good fellow and - Co's. sale, whoro ho purchased a spado. In nio aveniiig it is understood lie vis ited the puMlc-houses and became intoxicated. At about 10 o'clock ho left fur noine on horso back, and negotiated tho journey lu safety as far as Out-nway Hill. After traversing the tourist road- for four or Gvo hundred yards to wards Butler's he appears to have got off his horse and gone into the bush to camp, sending tho liorso home, where it arrived", on^Suuday morning with only tho bridle on. Tho docoased's. rolatives wero naturally alarm ed, and search parties from Berrtma, Bowral, and Ma...

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The [?] Press (LATE "BOWRAL FREE PRESS"). 16.6.06. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 16 June 1906

®be Mollonfoilljj, Igvcss (Lath "Bowral Fkeb Prbss"). 16.6.06. Local and Gcnoral. Mr. Harry Moss, registered mcmbei of THtternftlt'ft club, has an announcement in our advertising col umns. An ndvfc. elaowhoro notifies ull tho?A inUrnKtpd in the annunl hospital bait, that f\ meeting will be hold oo Wednesday next in tho Town Hall, Botvral, at *1 p.m., to rnako arrangement*, etc., ro sahro. By advertisement inanaihor column tho Bbwral Town Orohostra call for applications for positions in same. Mr. J. D. Shevriff, pnstmaftter at Bowrat for iho past-22 yoars, left for Sydney uo Friday (yesterday) morning, and will take up rtuiion iniiia new office : «t Pyrmont on Tuesday next. Mr;,;- We tiomll, Mr.*' HhorriiTs BUcoeBsor, is oxpoctcd to arrive sboitly from Bingara. A meeting of ladies* of tho Bowral Metlioiial Church wan held on Woduemlay afternoon last, when H wan decided.to hold ihe annual slimmer fair in aid of tho church fundi! on December 13th and 21th next. Sewing meetings will be ...

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

THE COMMERCIAL BANKING * COMPANY of SYDNEY, Ltd. . [RsTlBLISnED 1831.] CapUMp^-p 7 " .. IS: capital :: •' .. - £3,100,000 • DIRECTORS. ' ft T Cnhen. V.6CI.) Clminimn,-. ' Hon. n.E.Kater.M.Tj.C., Deputy Chairman. ■ Eon. Henry Moses, M.D.C. • Hon; Bichara Jones, u.h.l,. Hon. F.'T. Humphery, M..L O. , V- v.,.', .XUDITOnS. • ■ . • A. 13. K. Harwell, Ksq., W. L. Docker, Esq. HEAD OFFICE, liEORGE-ST, SYDNEY. feSJSiR.ffiE'Cfc 1KTEBEST KATES ON FIXED DEPOSITS, li per cent, for 0 months., , 3 per cent, for 12 months. S per cent, for-2 years. . . ' ; Kfq.; IIon. H.S: J.utleton., : ' Manager—-ti A. Scrivener. , / -v 7 Branches throughout the State of New South Wales find in Queensland. , , Agencies throughout the world. GAVIN GEOKGB, Manager. sJv H. IISSJSJMS* STOCK AGENT, | - ATJCTIONERtt, ivioss VALE. Seguiat Stools Saloa hold fortuightlj at Uo«a Vale. Miss Wki«ht, '■ laundress. peg" niiilflren'a Clothes a Speciality* «2>S Address; Woodbine St., Bowral. •MRS. E. HAYES, (Late B. Navejic), ...

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

[Established 1872.] J. G. MORRIS & CO., AUCTIONEERS AND VALUATORS, HOUSE, I,AND, AND ESTATE AGENTS.. Agents for Australian Mutual Fire Insurance Co. „ Victoria Fire Innnrnncs Co. ,, Colonial Mutual Ijifo Assurance Society. „ Minto Stud Pig and Poultry Fiirrn. ,, , Grillith nnd Allen, Patent Attorneys. Goods received at onr Rooms for Private or Auction Stile. _ . An attractive list of Freehold Properties for Sale. .

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

Kiingaloon. (From our Correspondent). Que of tho moat saccessful entartainrrieute over bold in connection with the local Pub lio School eventuated 011 Friday evening last, taking the form of a ten meeting and concert suppliinented. by a dance. The at tMuliince was large,-thore being about "ISO •present, including1' the children, the hitll being taxed to its utmost capacity; Tea was provided for tlie school children at 5.80, to which they undoubtedly did ample jnsiico, before making way for the adults and visitors',who' were admitted at 6.80, after which.'thor building was cleanod fir the Qonoert. The programme was as follows :— Pianoforte solo,. Millie Fraser; chorus, "Nnrs-Ty Rhymes," ohiidren ; recitation,. "Guilty, or not Gailty," Eileen Knefe ;-8olo,. •'My littlo Nut Tree," Alga Harrigan ; polo exercises, boy Jsolo,. "Tho Flower Girl,"' Eileen Keaffl ; trio, "Three Blaok , Crows,'1, Allfin and Rny Harrignn, and C-ooil Piper ; recitation, "Perhups," Eileen Rowlands; "Mulberry Bus...

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Bowral School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 16 June 1906

Bowral School of Arts. The nana! monthly meeting of the general com mittee of tho obo»e waa held on Tue»day evening last, when tho foHowmg were pretem:—MrT Mars* dm* (President). TUv. E. H*rgra*er Dr. Tbrosby. Meg?™. Campbell, Mackenzie, Davis, Mrtrfttrm* ffnd Holrnoi. An apology wtvs receivbd from Mr. 'Wil son. Correspondence. •• Ftom Mr. F<. Gorhuit forwarding bound mAgar.inCB aa ordcio i.w-lt'cmed. • From Wiim'ti Diircmrics. soliciting it flubeoripiton to the N.B.W, Post Oltico Diieatory.—To lio on the t:iblo. From Spirlmnn and Co. (3tlUtgart) re thotr salon* dar.—To lie on the tahle. Report. Tho librarian reported 14 new momborn (7 quatt erly, 2 monthly, 5 weekly); billiard receipts 4J5 18a 0,1, reading tnoro box 4s The hon-treasiuer'a report showed a credit bal ance o( £40 14« 61. Account* amounting to £21 1-iVQJ Ayere passed, for pa.M&ent. * »• :«Huhi Committee. Tho president, Mr. Mackenzie and the flocrotary were appointed tv Bub*commUte« (o dun up ihb annu...

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Moss Vale School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 16 June 1906

Moss Yale School of Arts. The monthly oomraittfo meeting of tha iivovg was held on Thursday night. Mr. I* S. Ponder presided, and there were also present Revs. Sherrin and Craig, Dr. Jouoa, Messrs. lliohardson, W. Jones, Hawkins, Berman, mid Paine (hon. sec ). Tbo eeoretury produced the information , asked for re the insurance on the School of Arts buildings, which showed that the main building and oontonts was iusured for £850, and tho billiard room for £400. As the' committoo considered the property was in sured at its full value, it was agreed that any further iucroaso was unnecessary. A letter was received from the Depart ment of Puhlic Instruction stating that the - annual snbsidy of £40 9s 4d had bean plucod .to the credit of tho institution. ' ~ The treasurer stated that the general ac-. count was iu credit £68 13s, which would bo reduced by £'l 12s Id after the payment of that evoning's accounts. • The, .building account showed a debit balance of £95 Cs5d" which would be ino...

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

Bundanoon News. Tho Traateen of the Bundanoon iieorcation Ro earvo now havfng received a grant of .£80 from (be Government to be expended on (he gully viowft. will ho able to put into effect some long-felt wants of. tho Tourism who frequent these parts in facilitating tho exploration of tho various eights. This amount together with the balance the Trupfcea will hnvo on hand will make some good permanent improve* moiitn. Our local carpenter and builder, Mr. J. H. R. AValkcr, ia evidently thought a lot of by persons outside the dteticfc as well as in it. We report with a certain amount of pride, that Mr. Walker's services are required in New Zealand to build u third ftluuo fimilur to those that he built at Manly an \ St. Hilda (Victoria). The directors havo emphatically dculared that Mr. Walker is the only iban tboy have come in contact with who in able to oarry out the work of erecting these shutes to (heir plans and satisfaction, and wo have sufficient proof of this in the inayrifi....

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

Local Ingenuity. lu these modern times of keeu competi tion a business of any description is nothing if not progressive, and in this respect Mr. T. Brownlow, of the Federal Couch find Harness Factory, Moss Vale, is keeping pnoe with the timed. He hits just designed and constructed a timber carriage and lorry com bined, which should uioeL the requirements of carriers for Ho.no limu to come. The vehiole in ite former capacity only weighs 10 owt., and in its latter 8J ewt., and a load of two tons' weight can easily be pulled by one horse. As a lorry it is 9ft. in lenghtii, and as a timber carriage 14ft., the extended lenghth being brought about by the fn-ier tiou of a pole between tlio front aud back wheels, which itry made detachable for this purpose. A special feature about the ve hicle, which has been made to ord?r for 3Tr. "Wallis, cartcr, of Moss Vale, is rhiit it is •exceptionally low, which greatly facilitates the loading uud unloading of timber, and renders it loss likely to be...

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

It's Getting' Cold. MAKE YOURSELVES SKUG FOR THE WINTER BY GETTING YOUR Blankets, Flannels Jackets, Winter Underwear New Dress Goods Men's, Boys'and Youths'Clothing Boots and Shoes -sSL-v/SB? J. B. ANDREWS & CO., BOWRAL |TACT3 ESTABLISHED AT COURT, In an action, tlte cauHe of which was Unj^rant mis use of our firm name and oihor ^rons niiBrcpresen taiiuhB by an imiUiinn company, which wan tried K'foro his Honor Chief JuhtiueJ. Madden, lv.C.M.C*., L.L.I)., in the Supremo Court, at Melbourne, tho prosecution clfuwcil i. TimtSanciei andSodb' Pure Vulutila Kuculypti Extract ooutnin« ail mauiciital constituents of the eucalypti, in a highly refined and pure form. 8. ThiU it is much more powerfully healing (anii. septic) Chan ordinary eucalyptus preparations. That it docs not depress the heart like ordnary ftacalyptus preparations 4. Thai in contains no harmful ingredients, and 5. That it is highly commanded by,many author ities for tho last 80 yearn ns a eafo, ruliublo and offect...

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

Pur Ohildron's Ducking Couuh At Nighty Woais' Qteat I'i'ypermiiii Uure. , Is ftt.

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A Billionaire Bachelor. THE WORLD'S DIAMOND KING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 16 June 1906

A Billionaire Bachelor. THE WORLD'S DIAMOND KING. Richer than Rockfoller, richer than the Oil. Kiiig,. whose wealth surpasses that of governments, is Alfred Beit, of South Africa and London, lie himself does uot aay it, for ho l.at no way of esliniatiug it—within uiilliond of pouudit sterling—his tremendous ul*o 11 iuuIu11ons* But with a perverted pride, I Ifinjilrtnd sets, liiuv, ngaiust America in the matter of money, itnd it must he said that England's claims seem worthy of recog nition,. : For this undersized, nervous, timid little nniu ia the actual. head;of the diamond in dustry of the world, aud controls with un disputed power tho output nttd price of this most precious of geinsi. Hb owns—or com mands the company whioh; owns—the only diamond mines of any importance in tho world, aud it is for hiuj to say just how many shall be mined and put on the market for princes, wine agents, uuJ other million aires to buy. Alfred Beit, according to the author t es of his own couutry—or, ...

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

Little droi>* of Poppeimint Mndo by Mr. Wood, Don't they do a body Huoh a world of Kood Little drops of Peppermint Oura MaUe ytiu wull iiuntti. ' Drive away tlmi Useklnu noash, Ani c-rery ache umi pftiru

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

Vor Chronic (jhc*ss OomptMiit*, Wooda' Grcafc Peppermint Cure. Ca?iri(3ge$ ot all kinds at UiU Bros.

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

Typewriting Examination. I. On Saturday last, Jane 9th, eight pupils | taking loasous at tho Dominican Conveut, . Muss Yale, presented themselves for exam ination iu Typewriting. The tost was not by Messrs. Stott and Hoare, of the liusinsa O-illege, Sydney, and though some of the oandidiUoB had been only a short time learn ing, nil secured certificates. The examina tion was 'carried put nnder the supervision of a duly appointed oomtniltoc. Appended nve the names of those competing Misses Unn Williams, Mollie Burns, Victoria Elder ton, Addio Hiuo3, Olive Graham, Euphcinia Roberts, and Musters Thomas Hayes and Harry Hoare.

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

■Wheiy You are Buying Your Supplies You should deal with a linn whose know ledge of business by practical experience "enables them to help you to make a good choice in every department. We are that firm-—TAYLOR BROS. Oxir experience is two-fold, viz., Buying and Selling. We know where and when to buy Fashionable, Up-to-date, Seasonable Drap ery and Millinery, and where to buy the Best Brands of Clean and Fresh Groceries. And, as to Selling—well! if you give us an order, yon will know oar prices are right. 4m TAYJjOR BROS., Drapers, - Grocers, - Ironmongers* MOSS VALE.

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

Exetor News. Mr. J. Linklater, fotler, of Esoter, had a ■narrow oVo'ape from being rnn over by an ,engine ou Wednesday morning. He wag ou his tricycle makiughis usual examination of j.tlia line, wbon a light engine appvoaohod from Mosa Yale, which, owius to the noise ■from his trieycle, he did not hear appt'onoh ing until it was almost tipnn him. He had barely time to dismount and get himself and .his locomotive clear of the rail.-f, the 'engine catching the small wheel of the tricyolo and Biinpping it off. Mr. Linklater sustained a ratlior sevuro shock, mid had his. hand scratched a little. Llis escape was almost miraculous. . Desirable improvements Lo the Exeter station are being put in hand, in the shape of heatUifying the snrroon.lings with orna mental trees, shrubs, etc. 'Ornamental- trees; are to bo placed at the entrance' to tlio sta tiou. Tlio plot of ground opposite the sta ion hns hoen put down with lawn grass; it is to bo enclosed with a hurbnra hodge, and flower bed* wil...

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Local Government. NATTAI SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 16 June 1906

Local Government. NATTAI SHIRE COUNCIL. The first meeting of the above was held at fhe Town Hall, Mittagong, on Thurs day morning, the following members being present:—Messrs. H. M, Oxley and R.-S. Mackenzie (Bowrai i, W. F. Bren ning (Kangaloon), M. Butler and G. Hor ton (Mittagong). Mr. Oxley was elected td the chair. A letter was read from the "Public Works Department stating; that the sum of £20 had been granted to the coiincii to assist in the working of the shire. Mr. H. O. RottoD wrote applying for the position of Shire Clerk, and added that he had had considerable experience in commercial matters, and was acquainted with every road in the sbira. The chairman thought the best plan would be to call for applications and fix a salary. After considerable discussion it was decided, on the motion of Messrs. Bren ning and Horton, that applications be called in the " Wollondilly Press " and " Express " for the position of temporary shire clerk. • Mr. Mackenzie moved * that the: salar...

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Moss Vale Citizens' School Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 16 June 1906

Moss Vale Citizens' School Association. Tho above useful organisation lias got. quickly to work, and at thesecond meeting aftur ita in auguration (as graphically related by a promi nent member)'an expeuditui'o of several thous ands was uuanimously sanctioned in order to bring the public school buildings up-to-date. Of course all the local committee can do is to agitate for these tilings, but all who lovo ad vancement can only hope that their offorta will bs early rewarded. The chair was occupied" by Dr. Stovenson (President); and there were present Mesdame3 0. G. Gale, E. E. Row, 0. Taylor, Rev. J. H. Craig', Messrs. E. E. Row, H. W. Taylor, W. Hodgson, and Dr. Leighton-Jonos (hon. sec.) Apologies from Rev. A. 0. Mosloy aud Mrs. 0. Nicholson. • The principal business was to deal with tlio oxecu'tivo committee's report oa to the beal mothod of carrying out tho objects of tho asso ciation, which was adopted in globq. The com mittee's suggestions were :— In rognrd to aehoid accommodati...

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Postponed Empire Day Sports [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 16 June 1906

Postponed Empire Day Sports! In connection with the Bowral Empire Day celebrations the postponed sports were held 011 Wednesday afternoon last in Miss Oxley's paddock. The day was; showery, and considerably marred the proceedings. ' The procession started from the public school, head by the Bow ral Association Bra.ss Band, under'the conductorship of Bandmaster Vincent. The pony brigade came next in the pro cession, and which attracted some 35 boys and girlsj some of whom wore very pretty costumes; then followed the school children with flags and banners, etc. The route taken by the procession was down Bowral-street, up Bong Bong-treet, thence through railway gates to the ground. On arrival a, heavy storm delayed pro ceedings for half an hour or so, and then races, games, competitions, etc., were heartily entered into till 4 o'clock, when tea was partaken of. Afterwards, a few games were indulged iu till 5 o'clock, when the children dispersed.

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