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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 3 April 1901

' Have Too'TiiiED Rutherford's malt bread ?,' It is : self-digestive, and contains great nutriment. ; Send loir a loaf.* ' ■" [ As usually treated a sprain will disable the injured person for tlireo or four weeks, but if Chaiuberliun's Pain Hal in is freely applied a complete cure may be effected in a very few days. Pnin Balm ^also cured rheumatism, cnts, bruiaeB and burns. For sale by D. Morgan, Chemist;, Bowral. Soft; silky,", U2 glossy, abun dant;- beauti ful, elegant,', l'y splendid,, handsome — you can't, find - words to • de scribe a mag-' niflccnt head of liair. Is this the kind of ■ hair you have?' Is your hair long enough to suit you? Doos the color-exactly "please you ? In! a-word,1 are you perfectly satisfied with your hair ?- If not, giro it a good hair food. Give it 'Twill make you liavo long; rich,abun- ■ danfc liair,1 and-it-will stop falling ofthe' hair,:too;- Ayor's Hak- Vigor always restores color. You' can • depend upon • it every- time. It brings' back all' the' ...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 3 April 1901

WE PLEASE LADIES: WHO LIKE GLOVES; And where are tho ladies who don't 1 M JVTaison Paidsreime No. 's 22 to 30 THE STRANDi, WE'QUOTH'A FEW PHEyAI^ING'^RiCES .•■tT White Kid, with' white-or-blue!: stitching, 1/11; 2/6.'. 4'Rutlori Ffeneh iiid,' all'col6rs, 3/C,'3/11, 4/6.' 4:Button Kid. tan,.beaver, or black, l/lljd. 4 Button French Suede, all shades, 2/11, 3/0.' . Button Kid, all shades,.2/3,-3/(3/2/11. 4 .Hut ton Chavrette Suede,.4/6, 4/lli • Lisle Iliread Gloves, in white, .beaverand grey, 10j4 to 2/1 Id.- > fcA MAISONi PARISIENNE, Axtcns: & Le Rossignal, THE STRAND, SYDNEY: Ihstruofidirs boirtr- (o giveo the Biscuits. For' yERY YOUNG- CHILDREN,'rub'' the biscuit very lightly.on a clean'tiutmeg. grater; or crush' very fine and seive through' a seive, mix carefully with , boiling ; water,. stirring- well,. and' give through feeding, bottle* or by spoon. As them is-milk- in them it is not advisable to add it. ■ Tn the case of youDg and delicate children, it is better to gi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 3 April 1901

Winter Goods now on Sale at Halg & Co's. Colin. Ferguson, VIOLINIST. SITS BOWEAli every TUESDAY and FRIDAY; For Terms, Ao., apply Mr. Ebb. Davis, B >ng Bong-street.. 276 R E A' D' WHAT - VITADATK) - IS DOING. Another Victory for VITADATIO. {Hydatids Again Conqueredi Mr, S. A. VALiMEK. Dear Sir,—It is with great pleasure I • tell yoa of the cure of my son from Hydatids through taking VITADATIO. About fifteen months ago my son began to be ill, coughing up thick matter and blood lor which' I could get nothing to relieve him His appetite left him, and he became very nervous; he went from-'bad to worse, becoming weaker and' weaker, till at last his nightly remark on going to bed was, "T'don't think I'will live till the morning.1-'' I could not leave him. I had oonsulted a dootor who had pronounced his case to be Hydatids, and eventually I had him put in the hospital in the hopo< of having him cured by operation, but nothing was done, ami he was sent home, and was in...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Many Thanks. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 3 April 1901

Many Thanks; .'.ll wish to express my thanks- to-tbe manufac turers of Chamberlain's Cholio, Cholera,, and "Diarrhoea-Remedy, for having put on the market .;8PQh,awQnderful mqdiaine',"'sny8 W. W.MRaainRil!, of'Beaumont, Texas; There irro many thousands of .mothers whose children bave been'saved' from attack? of 'dysentery and cholera infantuuv who must also feel thankful. It is for sale by Mr. D. Morgan; Chemist, Bowral. The iuter-Uuiveraity eight-oar boat-race,, rowed over the Thames course on Saturday, was won hy Oxford by 2ft ; time being 22min. 81 sees. Monday conolnded tbe taking oftbe cen sus for this Sfater bonseholders having to supply particulars on a printed' form1 of the persons who.1 slept on their, premises on the night of Sunday Marcli 81. Should any* householder not have received1 a census schedule onor before Saturday night an in timation of this fact should be- sent to the Government Statistician ns soon as possible. The telephone number 13 1315. Or the in timation ...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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A Campaign Squib. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 3 April 1901

' A Campaign Squill. Tue following whimsical' campaign sq,nib was circulated throughout Victoria during the.recent-elections,, where it made.a- decid ed-bit jir," THE : STUD.—Important Notice.— ■To'stand this season^ iu Victorian oonsti ytfie'ncies; the- well-known sires, Protection and Freetrade. ' ' j .'» Protection is the .liorse of " The Age," iremarkrtbljr colored; beirig-nearly dad ;-is 80 years old. By Greedydam; Credulity; A: noted performer. . Winner of False Promise .Slakes, Sorrow's Cup, Sweaters' Parse, and Manufacturers' .Gift. A* sure progenitor. But for bis influence tbe Unemployed Meet ings/and Industrial handicaps would have bad no existence iu Victoria.' His stock, comprising Monopoly, Sweater, Debt, Poverty, Depopulation, and others equally ;well-known, all bear marks of their paren tage impossible to mistake. Though his system was badly shaken recently at De bate, adepts in doctoring prononnee him fit to appear, though probably for the last time, .at the eoming T...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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From Everywhere. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 3 April 1901

From Everywhere. | The place of honor at a- Chinese ban !;qtiet.is always at the left-hand side of the host. In 1810 every British subject was paying £4 13/-a year iu taxes. This has fallen to £2 9/-. One of the " athletio " Boyal ladies is the Dowager Empress of China, who is said to ;bB an- expert wreBtler, and to indulge daily ;in this somewhat unusnal pursuit. Wrest lers are kept at her palace so that she may constantly keep herself in training. . The latest'thing in the way of warlike 'in ventions comes from France, where an in; ingeniouspersoii has brought outanimprov. ed wire for making entanglements in front of fortified positions. The new' wire is of ■iron with a steel wire wound over it, and it is supposed that this will make it prac tically impossible to cut the wire with any ;ordina_ry implement. Of course the next invention; will be a pair of pocket nippers^ ■which will cut the new wire lite so much twine. The cry for rest has always been louder than the cry for food, n...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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ILLAWARRA REPRESENTATIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 3 April 1901

ILLAWARRA REPRESENTATIVE, : The following is the result of voting.,.in the Ilfawarra Biectorate-for'ttie returiv of a candidate for the Federal Parliament;. We are unable to obtain the results ojf several polling .places Fuller;. Hay; Eysaght*. Bowral 231 86 2 Moss Vale' 1:29- 119 9 Mittagong.: 120 115 5; •' Jbadja 5- 9 o.; , Bundanooir 48; 24. 2 Barber's Greek 32" * 13; o Eiceter<' 39- ' 28' -0V..3'.= Berrima- 45- 23 3 Glenquarry 15i'5" • o Sutton Forest 38 31;, ; ii Balmoral- 18- 2 O' r BargO' 2-1' 8;' . 6> . Wingello 2Q' . ig:- • i;' Yarrunga - . . 131 19':./'tr Robertson- 122' 60 o .^' Camden 231; 96' 5" , ' Wollong'ong':-" 3J2''. 1 204' ■ h 150": • f; Jamberoo ' I02': ' 67; "'' :' !/ Port Kembla . 57 , . .,33^ , 33, ,Picton .173; ' •' TqoriJand' 5> 5 o Kangaloon •' ' G6-> ' 10'■ | Douglas Park 15 i&" } Minto ■- .,40 • , : 3*?, ; Ingleburh' 45. 44- j Campbelltown 174' 104- , Thirlmere 65 iS; • Menangle 43 . 33 ! Valwal' . 33 48 j, Kembla Heights roo 3...

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Pastures and Stock. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 3 April 1901

Pastures and Stock. At a meeting of the Moss V ie Stock and Pastures BonrcTliekl 011 Monday-Mr. J. A. Batlgery was elect ed chairman; .Mr. W. Mortice, treasurer, Messrs. Jv Ai'Bfidgery, • Ai- D.-'Badgery, M. 'Butler, A. B. Cdrdeaux, 1';■Ferguson, W. Morriee, A. E. Mnrrice, C..,L~ Nicholson, were appointed scalp receivers. Mr, J. -A. Badgery was elected chairman of the board of sheep:dircctors for the district of Berrimu. The'1 board considered the proposed Travelling Stock and Disease Stock Bills, and suggested some slight amendments, which will bo forwarded to the j Chief-Inspector of Stock. s

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Mr. George W. Fuller. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 3 April 1901

Mr. George W- duller. Mr. George W. Ful&eu; wiio has jnst been returned as the first member for' IllaWatra,' in tlje House cif Representative?, was re turned in l'88£staJthe State Parliament, in the freetrado interest for Kiama. He- was ngain returned in 1891, and held' the- seat' till the.division of the electorate in 1B94, . when he was defeated1 by tha small majority of 52 votes by-Mr. Alex-Campbell. Duriug the time Mr. Fuller was in Parliament be was a staunch supporter of the freetrade. party, never swerving from bis principles, and it was strong advocacy of these prin ciples which caused his defeat. Mr. Fuller has always been a warm advocate of' federai tiou. It is about' twenty years since ho-' first spolte ou the matter, and he was told at that time that his ideas on federation exi.-ited in the dim vistst .of the far distant future. . Mr. Fuller, however, on5 all publio occasions in the South Coast districts has' Itept'the question of federation prominently before th...

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TRIPLETS BOUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 3 April 1901

TRIPLETS BOUNTY:.. " I had once,": writes, a correspondent of the 'J.JDajly News," " the curiosi y t,<) v.r.'.'s tb.WmdsbivO^^ origin of UieVQaeebs'.obarilable praciice of giving. a ,T'bquufyl"''tQ;wpmeri%wap have given. birth to, triplets. ■ I had. a very . courteous reply from Vibe,' Queen's Private Secretary, ex* pjiaiuing that tlio fir.-it gifl to a womau who bad three uhildren at a birth was prompted solely by her Majesty's sympathetic feeling towards.her.' The case had- happened to qj'ime, to llie'lcuowledgo of the Queen, and 8Sl)e3tit ft 'soveroiaii for ea-'h of tbo newly arrived little Britons, us an assistance to tiib mother in lim- embarrassment of family treasures. This bad happened about forty years before this corresponceuce, aud quite ■ early in llie reign, and Iind coot tbo Q'ueen'd private parte about £300, a.yena ever ain-.-t).''

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Federal Parliament. RESULTS OF THE VOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 3 April 1901

Federal Parlia ment. RESULTS OF. THE VOTING,. In this issue we are in better position to give fuctherdetails of1 last week's feds eral elections-not only concerning tWe Bbvvral division Of the Illawarra- elector ate, but the returns of the Commonwealth generally. In the-states-of New South Wales and: Western Australia the free trade policy had a decided victory, while in the other states protection won the day, but in some instances the voting was almost level. It was a surprise to1 many how Mr. Protectionist O'Connor slipped in with the freetrade bunch into the sen ate, but still he is a good man,and as it is five to one he is quite harmless. In the Hbuse of Representatives freetrai'de won.* by a two-thirds-majorityi' Snch' gratify ing results totally disprove the statement made by the minority that freetrade in this State is on the downward grade We fail to see what basis such' a mislead-' ing assertion assertion could have been founded .on. Why should we introduce protection—and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 3 April 1901

' Alti who sbitkii from weak iliyusuon should eat fold's malt- braid, it is highly recommended. Aal: for c-artito call;,—' ; . . - A .Woi-d to S3 others. Mothers' of cliil lrcn u(T-Jciud . wiih . croup or. a severe cold need nut liusiluto to administer Chain bklain'a Coiij/H'K'emedyP 'It' eanfetinit'no opinte* ot narcotic inmny form and" may he 'given us 1 confi dently totbq, babe ns tii tin adult. The, great •sue 'cessVthat Has attended iis o.se'.in.-the, treatuient of colds'ftiid croup lias ivniv for it' tlieapproval- and praife it has.rtceivHd-throughout -ih'e United State* and :in: nmny foreign lands. Eor sale by D. '.Morgan, fficrai-t, Bowral." . • : ■ At '/KFaig somcI Co's.—. .. J^'eckitt's' lib. "'/ Boxes !JTi5»gitsii Sias;cli, 3d per "box.. . Less-t2|- per cent, discount. For the following Bicycles* MUST BE_ SOLD. Gent's Rover Bicycle, almost new and jin splendid-order, a bargain ^12 xb/. Gent's Rapid, racing handles, up-to date machine, to clear at £*]■ 15/." Lady's Eclipse...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 3 April 1901

Unreserved Sale of furniture: and effects, Saturday, CiStli April, '1 AT, 2 O'CLOCK. • J.cf.MmilUS & co, HAVE received instructions fiforn'Mr., H. H. ■ SHEPHERD to solV by auotion at his resi dence, Bendooloy-strcot, Bowral, on above data . Tho whale of his superior Rnd tastefully selected JIURNITURE, &o.,'comprising Carpet 12 x 4 (noarly new), 5 Fanny Wicker Ohairs, OfnV Walnut Occasional Table, Wiokor Afternoon Tea Table, 2 Wicker Sottoes, Folding. Soreen, Small B and G Overmantel,' Wool Mats,"Slip Mats, Hearth Hugs, Superior Exten sion Hanging Lamp, n quantity of artistio ornaments and vases; • 1-pair' Oil Paintings (harvest scenes), mounted in lioavy gilt frames; 2: Steel Engravings,0 small Engravings (historic subjeotB) in W and G Frames ; wotnot, Massive Table Lamp, Heavy Linoleum, 12 x 14 (pqual to new); Austrian Folding Choir, 8 Austrian Chairs, 4x3 Dining Table and Cover, 2 Spring Oouohes, 1 American Rocker, Kidderainstcr Sijuarq 14 X 14, 1 Double Half-Teste...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 3 April 1901

5Wr; Cecil Compion. PuFtt.s Received or Viaited iu Bowral and District, PIANOFORTE, ORGAN* AND; SINGING Candidates prepared for College nnd University Examinations in' '■ Tli'eflrfeticBl-' att'3 Practical Music. Address Post' 0®ee,- BowRAt; For Holidays. Now Showing, EST in: ladies' shoes' AND boots. gent's . . HATSv caps,, ties, bows; new-' stock* gent'S - boots.' Soys' Suits, Norfolk and other shapes, just- opened. First-class value guaranteed. THE 'LATEST in ^Gent's Suits. MARSTON'S OPPOSITE RICE'S COMMERCIAL HOTEL,, BOWRAL. Many Pounds a year saved by Buying at Haig and Co's. j. G. morris & co., AUCTIONEERS JND VALUATORS,'. Stock-' and Property Salesmen,'• Pi'ro and Life Insurance Agents, BOWitkli. ■ f: h. g payne, SOLICITOR, CONVEYANCER, &c:\ - COMMISSIONER FOB AFFifJAViTS. MOSS VALE. Will visit Bqwral every FRIDAY, when' he can: be ; c»nsul-ted"Bt his room'tit the Grand Hinel.- At~ tends all courts in the District. Jm crawford;, 0entist,7 f/r:AY, BE CbNStjLTHiD...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 3 April 1901

. ,Have TOO^TBiED-'Ratherfdrd'a malt bread ? It is .'aelf-'digeative; and contains great' nMfitetfnt. • Bend-" jf&r a^o£tf.*" _ Rev. S. A. Donahoo' Testifiestb the Good- Qualities' of Chamberlain's Cough-Remedy. On the 10th' of' December, 1897, Ref.'- 8.* Ai Doriahoe, pastor M. E. Chnroh. South, Pt. Pleasant,1 WI Vb.;-contracted a sevore cold whioh 'was attend eU'Wom" the beginning by' violent coughing.- He says:'"'Alter resorting t6 a" number of so-c4lldd " specifies," uauaUjfeepfc in the house,'t6 no purpose, - I'purohaaed a'bortle ofChamberlairta Cough remedy, which acted like-a'charm.'-I'roOst cheerfully reoom- _ mend it to the pubiiii.y" For said-by. Mr. D. -Morgan'' Chemist, Bowral.:- , Fbr =BiKoutf wid^erttus fltadec* sutto a»Wiiri?«id. Pain'firtKe ■StomacBj.'S5cfc'< Headache, Giddiness, Fulness and Swelling: aftmrimafe, Dizziness and Drowsiness,'Cold'S Chills, Flushiaps ofHeatj \Los» ef Anpetitej. Sherttress' of Breath,. CostivrtiesiT,Blotches - ' Sleep,-J...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 3 April 1901

Tea ! Tea 11 WE always have on liand new shipments of specially prepared Ceylon,Indian, and China j Teas to suit our customers. ! We also keep tho best Ooffee, Cocony and'Essence, of Coffee. i If yon have not tried our Tea, send1 for sample, I free on application. " * We have'the Flavoring Tea in lib,. 21b,. and 51b. ^ boxes. Price—'5/ per lb. . (No Agent Employed:) T. B. Dimwooclie, ! Monumental Mason, BO Wit A L. 8241 iPANSIES;^^:; : j All lovers- of this old favorite should try i.our unrivalled strain, 3d and 6d per pkt. Sow now for early spring flowering; Bulbs, Daffodiils-, • Hyacinths, Ane j mooes,-Ranunculus, etc., etc. All orders carefully attended-to,.whether small or large. ' Send'for OCR, CAT.alogne.. • For the^GETABLEGARDEN ye have all kinds of Vegetable Plants,.Roots,, and Seeds. Just try General G ARDEN WORK attended-to by exper ienced liands.:- ' GARDEN REQUISITES1 and' MANURES al ways on hand, ' . Agents for Messrs. J. and C.- Howard's-, (Sydney) Agricultural impleme...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 3 April 1901

BOWRAL AND ROBERTSON |!REE PRESS,. if- per quarter in advance. BEST ADVERTISING- MEDIUM. stenography: BEER* is prepared to>receive popils t. for SHOimiANP, Particulars and terms on application at'Offic'e of This Paper. 208 v/.S ; V $HE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY of SYDNEY, ltd. Capital paid np ' . . £1,000,000 Reserve Fund . .. 1,010,000 Reserve Liability .. ... X',000,000 Total' .•.•'£3,010,000 DinnoTons.. . G. 3. COHEN Esq;, Chairman; Hon. II. B. KATBIt,M,L.C.,Deputy Chairman'. Hon. HENRY MOSES, M.L.C. Hon. RICHARD JONES, MiL.G. EDWARD'KNOX-, Esq: OENEIUt MANAGER; 1\ A DIBB8, Esq. • AUDITORS. E. S. OAPE, Esq., and W. L. tiOCKER, Esq. f>RANCHES in New1 South Wale^ and Queons E> latid. : Agencies tliroughont tlio world: Bow'ral Branefi, GAVIN george, Manager. flain and Fancy Stationery. FANCY goods. artist s materials. . MUSIC. l#eatlierGoods. WHEN YOU WANT THESE ALWAYS BUY from those WHO' understand' leather. 0UR stock' IS large and' well-assorted, including purses, pocket...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 3 April 1901

S. A, Reductions in. Prints I Reductions in Cambrics I Reduotions in Muslins I TO stake ROOM FOR AUTUMN GOODS TO ARRIVE.. A large and varied stock of -Prints, • Zephyrs, Cambrics, Sateens,, and -Muslins to sielect from. - Also,, a large quantity of Boys' Speckled GALATEA HATS at 2/9 each. REAL GENUINE BARGAINS ! —at— ; • S. £L. jomm : SOUTHR, , The only Soutter to suit you suitably, HAS REGOUEISGED BUSINESS NEXT J, PARRER, SADDLER. HAVING gained considerable experience during the past 18" months at . Messrs., McDowell and.HughesVleading"•'ladies;* tailors' of Sydney, also'D.,Jones & Co;,. is: prepared to-turn out suits.or costumes in" a. ; thoroughly competent manner. Style, fit, and finish 'guaranteed. .©viits from - ... «.• •; • S*'©7 ..Trousers 99.- iS5; €? ' Jy- ' •• X^axliess' Costumes iroai O O' - -• - LADIES'' OB, GENT'S OWN MATERIAL MADE UP. i ; J ■ - SOUTTER ' CO., N.B.—Only Address, next to J. Parker, Saddler. .. v.. 381 NEW YEAR. NEW CENTUHY. NEW NATION;. Make a g...

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GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 3 April 1901

GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR MARCH. By A; Landsdownb, Goulburn. The tropical'rains so' heavy in oilier states, un fortunately have not yet reached us, and we are suffering eeverely from drought. Constant watering tqulnhing, and loosening of the surface must be contiuued to obtain growth, The warning of Jaet .month' of a severe and early-'winter''ir reported. ' Sow all-available land with useful wintor foddei' 'plants and provide abundant winter feed. Unsettled and thunder weather is likely; hot at titties, but Nearly frosts "are probable and'cold turns and cool ■sen breezed. Tho.tropical rains will probably soon reach us. Kitchen GrAnnEN.—Sow turnips, Queen and early globe onions, beet, spinach, kohl rabbi, herbs, ' lettuce, parsley, raddish, Brussels sprouts,. &o. : Plant tree and potatoe onions, cabbage, and cauli :! flower plants, &o. Fir.Ln.—Sow rape, lucerne, rye, Cape barley, Unrnipa, cocksfoot, rye'and prairie grnss, vetches, (t'o." Prepare land' for outs, wh...

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Wedding at Bowral. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 3 April 1901

Wedding at' Bowral. Ifr Si. Jiide's Ohnrcb of England, Bowral, yesterday aftemobn,-in-tha presence of a large gathering, the Rev. StaiilSy Wilkinson joined iu holy wedlock Miss Floreiic6i£yder, of Bowral, andMr. Reginald ' Thomas, of Camden{ Th'd'churfih was lavishly decorat ed, and • the service was fall choral; A fuller report will appear on Saturday. - Captain Fred Ttio&as, the only Whistling Ventriloquist'ifithe world,-and speaking for 'orrfselves we neverbeaid of' atiy' other1 so gifted, appeara'at School of Arts • to-niX)rrow night; ior howaman can;t whilst ■ smoking acisartmd-afc other'times witb' his month Jaiuidaged throWHhO'whistle'to'all' p&rts- of' th'ebaH, is beyond !otir' comprehension. Apart-' from bis wonderful1 ventriloqnial power, lie is ia delightful society entertainer, fend he Will be supportfed-by professional and1 arnat&ttr' artists. •' Tiiiefe ifT sure to be a' crowded Vo&se at this altogether' novel en tertainment; Mr. G. Comp...

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