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Bowral & Robertson Free Press. Saturday, June 29, 1901. ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 29 June 1901

Bowral & Robertson Free Press. Saturday, June 29,1901. ITEMS OF INTEREST : Another murder has been committed at New Guinea, the victim being Mr. MoLeuu. • To hand, programme and regulations of the National Kifle Association of N.8.W. for 1001. ' The tender of Mr. Alfred Stephens, of Bowral (£2653) has been accepted for the ereotion and com pletion of oourt-houBe at Temorn. ' There are approximately 340,00.0 electors on the rolls of this State.' The'electors in the Bowral elec-; torato number 1894 ;. in the ' Illawarra electorate, 2750. The indemnity which China ia to pay Franca is £11,400,000, which sum includes £3,720,000 as com pensation for the destruction of and injury to lioman Catholic Missions. To raoirow (Sunday) evening at St. Judo's Ohurchi Bowral, tLe Rev. Stanloy Wilkinson will conduct a memoiial service in conncotion with the late Mrs. J >bn Wfcittaker, In January last an electric tram at Newtown colli ded with William Johnson's cart, throwing Johnson oat and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 29 June 1901

A SVRB CUBE FOR CROUP. T^fenty-flre Tears* Constant lie without n Failure. • The J|rst indication ol croup is hoarseneia, and in a child subject to that disease may be taken as a Bare sign of the approach of an attack. Following this hoarseness is a peculiar rough' cough. II Chamberlain's Coqgh Remedy is Riven as soon aa the child becomes hoarse, at even after the croup coagh appears, it will prevent the attaok. It is used in many thousands of homes in this broad land and never disappoints the anxious mothers. We have, yet to leojo of a single instance in whiah it has not proved effectual. No other preparation cm show such a record - twenty-five years' constant use with out a failure. For sale by Mr. D. Morgan, chemist, Bowral. Total number of deaths on the English side in the Sooth African campaign to the end of April, 14,978; Missing and prisoners, 751; Sent home as invalids, 47,739. Most of the invalids recovered and rejoined for duty. Gaining a Wide Reputatfon< . As a...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 29 June 1901

All who bpffeb from woak digestion should est Rutherford's malt bread, it is higtily recommended. Ask for cart to call.—' PLANT AND SEED CATALOGUE.—Messrs. P. L. O, Shepherd and Son, the popular Seedsmen of 202 Pitt Street Sydney, and Darling Nursery, Waterloo, have just issued their catalogue for 1901, ib which they offer quite a number of New Fruits, of which full descriptions are given. They also offer for the first time in Australia fjrape vines grafted od resisting stocks. The Catalogue also includes choice novelties in Flower Seeds, eto. We would recommend all lovers of horticulture to secure a copy of this Catalogue, which ia seat post free to all Applicants.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 29 June 1901

At Haig & Co's Clear* ing Sale, every Article reduced. STENOGRAPHY, AW. BEER is prepared to receive capita . lor SHORTHAND. Partionjara and tonga on application at OiBco of This Paper, ■ 268 THE SECRET HIsTORY OF THE CONING* SAW CASE, "THE BOOM CLASSIC OP THE CENTURY."* THE AUTHORISED AND ILLUSTRATED YOLUME, The most remakable Book ever tanned {torn the •Australian press is nnqneationably the handsome and profusely illustrated volume entitled " The Secret Hietory of the Coningham Case. This is the work upon which the ablest writers in Sydney have been engaged for some time, and whioh boa taxed ; the resources of tlie publishing house. Astounding revelations, ppoulUr iaotdente, curious side lights,. and weird aaderearrents, unknown to the general , pnbiio, and reseued from oblivion. Startling let ters, extraordinary documents, and strange papers, are reprinted in ail their photographio reality, and none will be more surprised than the authors of these productions when they re...

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THE MOODS OF NATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 29 June 1901

THE j Moods op Natube.i PY A BANKER. What marvellous contrasts are presented in the diversified conditions of the ele ments upon this earth of ours ! And per-1 haps nowhere are these changes more I noticeable than on the sea coast, where ■ the added varying moods of the ever mut-! able and unconstant ocean augmented these contrasts ; making more terrible the raging storm, and more joyous the calm and tr^q.quil sunlit tend or sea-scape. And truly a violent hurricane, when viewed from the shore, is. a spectacle of supreme grandeur and sublimity. The sun sets in the midst of an angry, lurid glare, the copper-coloured clouds in the foreground changing into a lowering indi go hue. which only enhances the pale, j sickly tint of the. streaks of light which faintly gleam betwixt the rifts of the hov ering masses of dark, threatening thunder clouds in the west. Sopn the gale, which has been rapidly increasing in force, is attaining the energy of a furious hurri cane, lashing the agitated wat...

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W.C.T.U. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 29 June 1901

W.C.T. 17, The French Minister of Public IuBtruotion is making vigorous efforts to oombat the growing evil of intemperance in France. Thus be is now requiring that masters and mistresses in both primary and secondary schools shall give regular lessons on the subject, placing it on the same footing in the curriculum as grammar or arithmetic. And lectures are also to be given in all other educational establishments. Direc tions are officially detailed in order to safe guard teachers against the effects of any1 odium that might be incurred from Mayors and other weighty local persons engaged in the drink trade. Again, at one of the lat est meetings of the higher council of public instruction, Paris, it was proposed that " at tbe classes in natural history, philosophy, and political economy, necessary time should be reserved for dealing with the evils—nhveical. moral, and social—atten dant'on alcoholism." —From " Oar Federa | toon.

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MR. WAUGH AT WEST KANGALOON. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 29 June 1901

MR. WAUGH AT WEST KANGALOON. In the evening Mr. Waugh addressed about -JO olcotora at West Kangaloon in a similar strain to the above. Mr. D. Fraser occupied the oliair. In reply to a question asked by Mr. W. Kennedy re grading butter for export purposes, Mr. Waugh said that by co-operation the best results would bo ob tained. In repiy to Mr. Kennedy, Mr. Waugh said that under freotrade the revenue would bo raised in the same way as at present. A low tax and double tho goods was bottcr than a high tariff and no goods. In reply to Mr. Maioney, tho speaker said ho fav ored tho Hobortson Railway. Tho usual voles of thanks and cheers for the King tociniimted tho proceedings.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 29 June 1901

SES jQN ES, VETERINARY LIVERY STABLES, Mcrrigang-gt., next to Fire Station. "abs, Sociables, Sulkies, Buggies, Ladies" and Gent's Hacks, Yictoria Carriage for Visiting, Invalids, &c. Weddings attended. Picnic Parties taken to any part of the District arid Coast. The only four-ih-liand DRAG in the town, and BEST IN THE DISTRICT. All trains met, and Telegrams promptly attended to." Clipping and iSingeing Done, Beautiful Teeth. pXiXJA.Hr TDBTH. swaaxm bbhath One of the greateat educators of tho day lays stress on the fact that the tooth-brush in a powerful factor in civilisation. Certainly Homo 'credit must bo given to Tootll I'owlcr, for anybody ktiowB bow unpleasant tho use of a plain brush is without Bomo powder or dentrifice. '• ' MORCAN'S TOOTH POWDER is impalpably fine—Nothing is left to scratch the enamel. It makes tooth-brushing a'pleasure—you never forget to do it. It cleans the teeth, month, and gums. ' It is antiseptic, and so assists in the ari-eBt Hnd prevention of...

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Kiama Electorate. MR. WAUGH ADDKESSES THE ELECTORS AT EAST KANGALOON. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 29 June 1901

Kfama Electorate. MR. WAUGH ADDKESSES THE ELECTORS AT EAST KANGALOON. Mn. Jojin Waoqii, Libural candidate lor tlio elector ate of Kinma, addressed the electors of East Knnga loon on Wednesday afternoon Inst. The attend ance was very limited, but those prosent wero mostly freetraders. !Tho chair was taken by Mr. Jas. Al corn, who in the course of a few brief remarks, to the effect tliat ae Mr. Waugli waa a liberal candidate and came from a good family was proof that hie credentials wore sound, introduced tho spoaker. Ho thought a good hearing would be aocordcd. Mr. Waugli in opening his address first thanked Mr. Alcorn for his kindly remarks, and trusted that their newly-formed acquaintance would soon ripen into Iriondsliip. Bo wished to say that during tha whole courso of tbo campaign ho bad refrained from personal allusions to his opponent and intendod to do so to the end. He and Mr. Campbell were on the best of terms, and he would conduct himself in such a way that at tho eloso th...

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Wedding Bells. MITCHELL—McDONALD. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 29 June 1901

Wedding Bells. MITCHELL—McDONALD. Wednesday morning last witnessed another re cord turn oat. St. John's Church of England was filled to overflowing with eager spectators all anxious to obtain tbo iirst glimpse of tho happy couple who that day were to bo made man and wife. Long be fore tho ppecifiod time rosycheekocl maidens wero to be seen flitting about tho Btreets, with little bags of rice, and perhaps wondering whether they would ever bo fortunate enough to enptivate the heart .of a man. However they nil headed for St. John's and by thoir presence helped to hwcII tho attendance of smiling faces. At the appointed hour for the per formance of the ceremony tho choir, with Miss Lizzie Hall as organist, struck up the sweetly pretty antbeir, " Tbo voice that bieatbod o'er JBden," in anticipation of the arrival of the wedding parly. Tbo selection waH gone through to tho ond in a vory plcasinR Btrain, but those expected did not oppear. Tho fearless bridegroom was there olright although h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 29 June 1901

Yon can depend on riddirit* children of \Y0rm3 with Wade's Worm Figs. Price Is.

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East Kangaloon, [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 29 June 1901

East Kangaloon, By " WAnauixE." Ajiuit tho political addreng on- Wednesday after-' noon, Mv. .Tas.Mootn cnto.rtained Mr. John Waugh •(Liberal Gandidate for Kia'ma) and Mr. Garlson at his private residence.. Addressing the electors on Monday evening, Mr. ^VleK. Campbell severely ciitioised some of the Btato j merits contained in a letter signed " Old Scribe " in a recent issito .of tha Bowrul nnd Kobertson " Free Press." lie contended thus the remarks wore-mean and reflected 09 himself nnd ,Mr. J. Cole. The speaker announced that he would toply in detail to the correspondent!?. : ' .. " AUhotiKh the. East Kdii^nlooniles a I wayb go in for a cricket club in season, it seems strange tbnt football is never indulged in. ■ Perhaps the'rongh arid tumble game is considered rather too oollaps ablo, or it; may be that the g'od folk of that part have no grievance to settle with any surrounding neighbours.-. The entertainment booted for Tuesday evening 19 anxiously .awaited. The musical itoros ...

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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 29 June 1901

Official Correspondence. The Hon. \V. McCourt, M.P., has kindly forwarded the followinfi for publication :— " Public Works Department, Sydney, 17tb June, 1901. Sir,—I have the honor, by direction of the Secretary for Pablia WorkB, to inform you that he has approved of the sum of £2350 being noted, for the next estimates for renovations and repairs to Berrima gaol. -I have the honor to be Sir, your obedient Bervant, J. Davis, TJrider-Seeretavy."

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Son of an Ohio Merchant Cured of Chronic Diarrhoea. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 29 June 1901

Son of an Ohio Merchant Cured of Chronic Diarrhoea. My son has been troubled for years with ohronio diarrhoea. Some time 030 I persuaded him to take' some of Chamberlain's Colio, Cholera,' and Diarr hoea Bemedy. After using two bottes of the 25-cent size, he was cured. I Rive this testimonial, hoping some one similarly afflicted may read it and be benefitted. -Thomas C. Boweh, Glencoe. O. For 1 Bale by Mr. D. Morgan, chemist, Bowral.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 29 June 1901

Heavy rain fell during Thursday night, and still more is threatening. At the conclusion of Mr. Waugh's address at Bob ertson last week a vote of fitness was proposed by Messrs White and Hindmarsh. C. Graham, storekeeper, is also a cash buyer of calf skins as well as other hides and skinsas adver tised. This, omitted from advt., added next issue,

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Dr. J. B. Wilson. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 29 June 1901

Dr- J- E- Wilson. Our late esteemed medico, Dr. J. B. Wilson ia higlily pleased with liiw appointment in New Zea land. He wiites that the climato ia exceptionally fino, and that he ip doing a go-id business, no dootor for 22 miles on one side and 40 miles on the other. We are glad to hear suoh pleasant news ub jut a gentleman whom we all had a sincere regard for. We have scon the illuminated address to ho for warded to Dr. J, B. Wilson, and consider it a high ly artistic production. The gentleman who pre pared it deserves great praise for hia work.

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Protestant Alliance. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 29 June 1901

Protestant Alliance. The quarterly meeting of the looal branoh of thq Protestant Alliance Lodge was held in the Town' Hall on Thursday evening last. Mr. A. \V. Beer, W.M., presided. Aoconnts amounting to £22 11/2 were passed for payment, while the receipts of thti evening amounted to £16 2/8. It wns decided to co-operate again this year with the other societies' in holding a united hospital demonstration, and Messrs H. Schofield, W. W. Smith, and W. Beer' were appointed as delegates to act on the commit tee, three being the limited numbor from each Order. It was decided to protest against the action of the Government statistician in attempting to raise the' weekly contribution. It was furthor decided to' plaoe £100 at the disposal of the Grand Council tq loan out at a higher rate of interest-than it is at present bearing in the bank. Mr. T. B. Dunwoodie gave an acaount of the Annual Sessions held in Syd ney, at which he represented the local lodge.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 29 June 1901

The Southerly Buster at its height, "With wind and rain and sleet,' Is bound to give na every night, Wet olotlies and cold damp feet. Bad coughs'and colds mast then prevail, We'll try to make them fewer, And take a dose of never fail— • Some Woods' Giu'at Pkiteiisiint Coke. For Children's Hacking Cough at nigbfcj Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. 1/G, "v

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Wesleyan Church. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 29 June 1901

Wesley an Church. I Bowrnl, Itov T Keoch 11 ; United Service, School ot Arts, 7 * Mittngong, Rev M Maddorn 11, Eov. T. Kench 7 Mobs Vale, Rev T IConch 3 Robertson, Rev F J Branch 2.30 ICangaloon, Rev F J Branoh 11 Myra Vale, Layman 3 Burrawang, Ilev F J Branch 7

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 29 June 1901

LILY OF the VALLEY, Rosas', PansiM, Vir ginia) Creepers, Ornamental trees nni Shrubs, Fruit trooa, &c,—lOOPiS AND SONS; B wral. ' 848 WAITED TO RENT, on a five or ten years' ' leaso, promises in Bowral ' suitable' 'for BUTCHER'S SHOP, with good rosidenoo and plenty of yard room. Prefer as noar to poBt-oflleo as possiblo. Apply J. W. NORMAN, Bulokor, Mosa Vale. ' WANTED, ON A LEASE, for 5,10, or 15 yoars, oontrally situatod Promised, suitable for Printing Office1 and Dwelling. Beply by letter at oneo with fall particulars as to rant, &o., to " J. 0.," offlca of Bowral and Robertson " Free Press," Bowral. GOVERNMENT ADVERTISING. ELECTORAL DISTRICT. OF BOWRAL. GENERAL ELECTION, JULY 3rd 1901. IHEBEEY deolare WILLIAM McCOUBT duly, elected a Member to serve in the Legislative Assembly of Now South Wales for the7 Electoral District of Bowral. " ' ' H. M. OXLEY, IietutqiiiR Offioor. Bowral, 22nd Juno, 1001. ' 46^ United Methodist Service; ON SUNDAY EVENING NEXT, Juno 30th, ...

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