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SERVICES TO-MORROW. Church of England, SS. SIMON AND JUDE, DOWRAL. 4th Sunduy after Trinity. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 29 June 1901

SERVICES TO-MORROW. Church of England, 88. BIjrON AND JDDB, B'>WIUT,. 4th Sunduy after Trinity. Divino Services 11 &,m. (lioly Communion), and 7 p.m. (Momoriftl Service.) Preacher, the Rector. ■VVINOEOAKRinUlSn. Upper Mittagong 11, Hobertson 3, Burrawung 7.30 Kov. D. T.,Smith,

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

Association Debate. 'fitH members ol the B.Y.M.A. hnM their usual de bate at the Hal!, I.owral, on Wednesday evening last. There was a largo attendance, anil consider able interest was displayed in the proceedings. The suojeet was " Is marriage a failure ? " The speaker, (Mr. Albert Chapman) occupied the chair, and often had to exercise his • authority when the liabulers were getting warm. The debate was opened by Mr. •J. Hart, the premier, who contended that, so far from mnrriago being a failure, it wan a decided suc cess; and waa supported by M«s3rs. Barluw and K. Treacher. The Rev. A. VV. Parton, seeing that no one seemed disposed to oppose the premier, took the . obligation on himself. He spoke eloquently, but', wished it understood that ho did so merely for de bate and nothing else. Tha Rev. E. S. Wilkinson spoke strongly on the side of the govornmeut. This led to Messrs. I. M.Edwards and 0. Pember en dorsing Mr. Parton's views, whilo MesBrs. T. Giirrad and S. Frost supported t...

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

Prenhiterian Church. MittoRonR, Rev G A Gordon 11 ' Bowral, Kov G A Gordon 3.30 and 7 Kangaloon, Eev Boswell Berry 11 Burrawang; Rev Boswell Berry 3 Mosb Valo, Boswell Berry 7

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

Primitive Methodist Church. Bowral, Eov A W Porton 11, United Servtoo at the School of Arts at 7 Bundanoon, Mr J Reeve It, Mr E H Shoatts 7 Penrose, Mr A H Hammond 3

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

<S5 PALING'S great reduction of prices great reduction of prices MUSIC, 4/. Songs and Pieces SEDUCED to I/O each 3/. Songs and Pieces REDUCED to 1/3 each. Books, Operas, Tutors, Exercises, Studies, etc. REDUCED IN PRICE. Having made special arrangements with London and Continental Publishers, we' have decided to Reduce the Prices to the Public as above from this date. W. M. PJl.li.IM©- «£ CO., LIMITED, 338 George St., Sydney, JUNE 15th, 1001. Catalogues Post Free on Application. Hxpiration of Urease y.. and a Clearing' Sale at HAIG & GO's. G t IVING UP BUSINESS, we intend sacrificing the whole-of our Stock ; and to make a start, we will offer at greatly reduced prices the whole of our well ^ as-sorted T>I3L&.3PE!Ir£ Y STOCK. Later on, when we have •one through and re-marked our Groceries, Ironmongery, Croclceryware, etc., we will include these at prices that will soon effect a clearance. . fTHIS SALE OF SEASONABLE DRAPERY is now on, and will I continue ...

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

Roman Catholic Churoh. - Bowral 9i Mittagong 11 Rov. Fr. Sheridan. Salvation Army. Barracks, Oddfellows' Hall, Bowral, 7 and 11 a.m. 3 and 7 p.m. Ensign Isabel Duff ell.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 6 July 1901

The drought in the Government ot Saratoff, Rus sia. is cau-iiug the crops to wither, and a famine ia feared. ForChildren's Hacking Cougli at night, Woods' Great Peppermint jOure. 1/6. I Yba Truth, for Truth's Sak©. i The Case of A]rs. E. RUS3ELL I [For the' " yewtown Independent.") " There 13 nothing immodest or indelicate in' aUastir.g to the truth, no mattor what the subject nmy be. I am glad to say that my notions are nob influenced by foolish nations of mistaken pride, and as I may bo doi. g a little good by granting your request, "you p.ro welcomo to tako dowu every detail for whatever use you may deem Those words were addressed to a repre- | e-ntativo from this paper by a lady living M !N'o. 14 Francis-street, Enmore, named Jlra. Emily 'Boaina Russell, who had, on yorooiving ft note-book in the pressman's liiMid, anticipated the object of his mission, i "Vou are quite right, answered the re • porter. "I may take the particulars, thou?" i " Moat decidedly. The first sign of do ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 6 July 1901

PLANT AND SEED CATALOGUE.—Messrs. P. L. C. Shepherd and Son, the popular Seedsmen of 202 Pitt Street Sydney, and Darling Nursery, Waterloo, have just issued their catalogue for 1901, in which they offer quite a number of New Fruits, of whioh full descriptions are given. They also offer for the firBt time in Australia grape vines grafted on 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 is sent post free to all applicants. " It's a Well-Assorted Match " is the exclamation of every loyal Englishman• in speaking of the recent marriage of Piince George of Wales and Princess May. That the happy pair will be spared to rule over our country wisely and well, and enjoy the blessing of good health, is a prayer that will find an echo in many hearts. Holloway'B Pills and Ointment have been the means of prolonging thousands of people in all parts of the world, ond now the...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Bowral Council. THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1901. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 6 July 1901

ISowral Council.. Tiidrsdat,. July 4, 1901.. Present :■ Aid. J. M. Chi'istio (Mayor), R. S. Mac kenzie, J. J. Campbell, Mathewson, W. Murray, M. Rice. H. M. Oxley, and Jos. Stokes.. Correspondence. An apology for non-attendance was received from Aid. F. D. Kv.igda-.i. From Municipal Association ncltnnwlert^inR re ceipt of letter re powers of the telagraph authorities. Tiie coirespoiidenco had been forwarded to tba federal p-emier. —A copy of the reply to be sent to our fedcrnl pvemiev.. From Public VVoiks Depaitment slating tlint the Minister for Wo.kn had issued instructions to have certain iinproveineiits made to the Mncquarie Pass F.oati. The work will bo commenced at the middle of the lno.itb, mid carried on by men from the labor bureau, and six local me.ii.i distressed cir cumstances. From Mr. Richmond Wh.ytt, " Arrenkncnp," re questing t'.ie council to make some repairs to the roadat the ent.a.'ce to his property, as it is in a bad state ; also that he be empowered to remove a...

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MINISTERIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 6 July 1901

MINLSTlilllAIj. T. Ro»p—AiRyla. \V. \V. Davia —Bourke.. J. Pur^y—iJalina H. Clarke—Bcga A.Cbapman—Bm'dwood W. W. Youug • UuLburst T. Waduell—Cowra 0 KiJii—Camden' J. G. Evans—Deniliquin \Y. Dennett—Durham J. See— Grafton F. A. VVrijIit—Glen Innes J. F. Durnes—(jundngui W. D. Mcfntyre—Inveiell Alex. Cimphell—ICiama W. F. Hurley—Macquarie T. Fitzpatrick—Muriumbidgea' E. Richards—Mudgeo" l>r. Ross—Mo1od'{ J. F. Smith -Newtown-Campotdown H. Levien —Qtiirinrii E. W. O'Sullivan—Queanbeyan: G. S. liriner-Kaleiah J5. C. Brou^liton—Sydney-King D. O'Connor—Sydney-Philip E. George—Sydney-Belinore P. E. Qiunn—Sydney-Blif>h , A. D. Nelson—Sydney-Flinders C. H. Dight—Singleton J. MoFarlane—The Clarence 3. HayeH—The Murray Brinsley Hall-The Hawkesbury T. B. Smith—The Nepean J. 1'homRon—The Manning W. N. Willis—The Liarwon B. Doraldson—Turriut 0. McL. Mnrs'.i -Uralla-Walcha 3. L. Pegnn—Wickham i W. P. Crick—West Macquarie 3. Gornily—Wagga OPPOSITION. W. McCourt—Bowral F. E. Winehoombe—Ashtiel...

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KIAMA ELECTORATE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 6 July 1901

KIAMA ELECTORATE. In this electorate two gentlemen strove ; mightily to secure the seat, Mr. Alex. Campbell (Ministerialist), and Mr. John Waugh (Liberal). The former received the majority of votes at most of the poll ings although at a number of centres he was closely followed and even surpassed by the freetrader. Gerringong proved I.lr. Campbell's stronghold, and likewise Kiama Mr. Waugh's. East Kangaloon by a two to one majority went for Mr. Waugh, while So were iecorded at Rob ertson as against 66. for I.lr. Campbell. The comple returns show that Mr. Waugh scored 595 and Jlr. Campbell 7x0 votes, or 115 majority for the latter. Following we.o the officials at Robertson: :—JDepiuy-Returning Gfficer, Mr. 0. C.aig ; poll clerk, Mr. J. Graham; 6ciiUineer for Mr. Waiijli, I.lr. W. White; eci'tUiuoer for Mr. C vnpbell, Mr. J. T. Hayter. lu this electorate the result of the voting was as follows — Wangli Campbell Robertson 80 60 Burrawang 28 GO Jamberoo -18 87 Geuingong' 4 102 Kiama 288...

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State Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 6 July 1901

State Elections. The State elections for Parliamentary seats in the Assembly of New Soath Wales were held on; Wcd» nesday last. Excitement reigned supremo in many centres, and various electorates were evenly contes ted. The Ministerialists and Oppositionists are re turned in equal numbers, while the Labor and Inde pendent members' are praotionUy the same strength.. This is a unique condition of attaint, and it will bo interesting to note whether the last Government will a^ain be as powerful as heretofore. BOWRAL ELECTORATE. Owing to the absence of opposition,. Mr. W. McCourt was returned unopposed for this, electorate, thus obviating the necessity of a vote being taken. During his 18 years of Parliamentary career that gentleman has had practically no opposi tion. There is apparently a scarcity of aspiring applicants, bold enough to ven ture out in the field in opposition to our friend Mr. McCouri:. I .ay he continue to. serve the electors as faithfully in the fut ure as in tlie past...

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BOWRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 6 July 1901

BOWRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Meets every a'ternate Thursday, at tho Council Chambers, nt 7.30 p.m. . . Olerlf's ofiioe hours are : Tuesdays, from 10 to 12 a.m. ; Wednesdays, 7 to p p.m. : Fridays, 3 to , 6 p.m. I Alderman J. M. Christie, Mayor. [ JIr. W. R. Farrow, council clerk. . >

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 6 July 1901

All who scpfkk from weak digestion should eat Jlutherford's malt bread, it is highly recommended. Ask for cart to call.— * Wade's Worm Figs are most effective. Children thrive after taking tliem. Price If.

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Railway Information. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 6 July 1901

Railway Information. Fabsengeh trains arrive at Bowral from Sydney 12.21a.m. daily, Sundayp eiceptod 7.37 a.m. (Paper Train) daily, Sunday excepted 11.12 a.m., Saturday only • ! 12.55 p.m. daily, Sunday excepted 5.33 p.m., Suturday only 7.58 p.m. daily, Saturday and Sunday oxcoptcd 9.28 p.m., Saturday only Passenger trainsleavo Bovvral for Sydney,:— * 8.0 a.m. daily, Monday excepted \ : •- 0.56 'a.m. Sunday only," stops , Mittngollg-. and' Stratlifield only . - " : ' r ■ 7.3-a!iri, daily; Sunday excepted, i •' . y -J ^'-.S.M^m.^dailjT, .Sunday; arid (Monday ;excopti?d,: .*'•** -4v» stgps^Mlttogo'nu'and-'StfatJiBeld orilyV""* > K„ ">■ - . -8.31^8.11).. Mondftyjpnly,-".stops.; MittagongfiPjctoDi. _ " Gvanvill6t-find Strathtiuld cinlj^ .V; , l.Sff'p.hf. daily, Sunday aseeptcd: ..

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TAE A SCOTH BANKER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 6 July 1901

TAE A SCOTH BANKER. Here lies a man beneath tbis grassy sod, Wha, in bis life, made £. s, d. bis god. His trade was banking; noo he has no show, Unless be takes to banking up tbefiresbelow. He met his death—like mony of bis craft— By mixing drinks and-tnkin' overdraft. The spirit fra his body quickly mounted To band in cheques and get bis bills dis counted By Peter, blessed saint, wha's awful deaf -To them whose cheques are marked wi ' " N.S.F.'I • An' if be hasna passed his audit weel He's placed on fixed deposit wi tbe de'il. -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 6 July 1901

WE always have on hand new shipments of specially prepared Ceylon, Indian, and China Teas to suit our■ouotompra. Wn also keep the besfc.Coifee, Cocoa, and Essence of Coftee. ' If yoti have not tried onr Tea, send lor sample, free on application. 1 Wo have the Flavoring Tea in lib,. 21b, and 51b. boxes. Price—5/per lb. ' (No Agent Employed ) J. L 10Y : 545 Geojge-street, Sydnoy. T. B. Dunwoqclie, . Monumental Mason, " BO Wit A L. 8241 The Live Upholsterer. IS still prepared to upholster your suite, or conchy or phairs ; repair your fumiiure—polish, &c. makes Carpets, and cleans and lays them us they should be; repairs the fuii shades; fixes up the; sewing machine ; will re-cane your chairs at lees: than Sydney prices ; makes, window blinds, and fixes ; furniture packed and stored. W.S. trusts by strict attention to business and : good workmanship, at low prices, to merit your pat ronage.. All Orders and Telegrams promptly attended to. Note address ; YICTOKLt STREET, ^ BOWBAL....

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ROBERTSON NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 6 July 1901

ROBERTSON NEWS. (from our correspondent). The elections passed off very quietly here. There was very little excitement as Mr. Campbell's return was considered a cer tainty. We have had a fair quantity of rain during the week, and the roads are in a very muddy state. It is rumoured that our local Progress committee is about to get to work again. It is time that something was, done, .as there are at least , a dozen jobs./.on ;i the. roads and footpaths of the township which require immediate attention. >•••. The quarterly accounts to this journal are now due and payments may be made to Mr. A. Humphries or Mr. J. Graham.

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GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 6 July 1901

GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR JULY. Bs A. Landsdowhb, Gnalburn. ! The forecast wo gave soma months since of a severe winter has bean fully verified, and we are having one of tho severest seasons over experienced. This has given vegetation a great check, but will benefit tho soil where turned up roughly and kill in sect posts. Wo may still look for sovero weather— oold rough winds, frost, snow, and rain. All heavy .Work of digging, trenching, manuring, &c., should bo completed. Turn up the soil deeply. It can be done better now thari^hon tho soil is wet. Give plenty of suitablo manure. Orops must bo fed if good results are to bo obtained. Lime is useful to noarly all soils. Kitohon Garden.—Sow cabbages, carrots, parB nips, onions, locks, radish, lettuce, bcot, herbs, peas,' —all kinds (early sunrise, blue Peter, William Burst, pride of market, stratagem, and y. hero aro all good). Broad beans, soma spinach, broccoli, and caulitlowors may be tried. Plant herbs, asparagus: and ...

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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 6 July 1901

NOTES AND COMMENTS. The great civil service octopus is clearly strangling ot\r struggling country, and in stead of retrenchment which the outlook imperatively demiands, there appears to be regrading at higher salaries and un limited expansion. The State aims at too much; for instance, the education de partment teachesourfemalecooks French, 'twould be better were it French cooking. Furthermore, the civil servant is en trenched behind vested interests. An in stitution under another department had an inebriate male cook who defied dis missal, and in consequence,, being on tl e staff, it needed a special meeting of the Public Service Board to. get rid of him— this was accomplised three months after his drunkenness. In Melbourne the Minister for Customs of the Federal go vernment dismissed an official for in ebriety, but the offended simply laughed, so that Mr. Kingston had to eat his words. Things appear to have come to a pretty pass. * The recent conference of Public School teachers ap...

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