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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 10 July 1901

A verdict of wilful murilpr ha* been returned asainal Alexander 'McLean, who killed the Mat-kin family at lifist Eyretm (N.Z.) on'June 20. The prisoner indicates in his confession that he "Upmpt ed some familiarity with Mina Martin. This was resented with a poknr, ami the accused Rpized a tommahawli and ba'tnreil her hiains out. He then went into the room where the older woman and the boy were sleeping and lulled then). An Attack of PucuiiKHiiu Warded Off. . " S uno time a-j" my dautrh'.or canyht « Severn cold. She c "ipIainwJ of pains in her ohe-t nr.cl ha1 a had couuh. I rhvp, her Cbambor'nin's Cutis; li Remedy a coplinir to ilimct'oiiH and in. two d»\a i-l>8 was well and a^le o go 'o fu'i^ol. I l.ave uvid . thi^i remedy in my f in ily f r the past. .Bth-i'ii y, nrs and have never known it t;> f.i.<l." sa>-« .T.-imes Pr«n- - dnrjfas>, minvh nt, Auh'iW'j. 4).iv. .fiimnif»; "Wet-t Indi " Tslnnd?. The jwisis in tlio indienipri en approaelii'-t.' ft*tnrtt*,of 'p...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 10 July 1901

E always, have on ban$ new shipments of specially prepared Coylon, Indian, and China Teas to suit our customers. Wfi nlso.-1ieep Ihoiboat Coffee, Cocoa, and Essenco of ColTee. > If you have not tried our Tea, send for sample, free on application. • V ; Wo hove the Flavoring Tea in lib,. 21b, and 01b. boxes. Price—6/per lb. (No Agent Employed ) Wloirameiatal Mason, 1 BOW 11AL. _ 8241 The Live Upholsterer. IS still prepared to upholster your suite, or couch, or chairsrepair your furniture—polish, &e.\ makes fCarpets, and cleans and lays them as they should bo; ^-repairs the pun shades ; fixes up the sewing maohitie; will re-eane your chairs at'less than Sydney pricesmakes window blinds, and fixes j furniture ptipked and stored. W.S. trusts by strict nttentiop to business and good workmanship, at low prices, ios«ierii your pat ronage. All Orders and Telegrams promptly attended to.. Note address: ViCTOICIA STREET, ' b.owhal. Solts Agents for Australia— v KLINDEft3 lane, MKLHO...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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MRS. WHITTAKER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 10 July 1901

Mrs. Whittaker. There is one thought in connection with the death of Mrs. Whittaker that occurs to one ; it is that in the midst of life we are in death." and the words may wdll becontinued, "and of whom may we seek for succour but of Thee, O Lord ? " Her death was unexpected—but God's ways are not our ways. When any life has, in His sight, completed the Earth Life, Pie translates it into the Heavenly Life. A husband and six cliildrou are loft to mourn their loss; but there is one sustaining thought which they may cherish—it ia the memory of a good and devoted wife and mother.

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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The British Navy. THE BUILDING PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 10 July 1901

Tlie British Navy. THE BUILDING PROGRAMME." There have been debates in both Houses of Parliament upon the condition of the navjs In the House of Lords the Earl of Sher borne, First Lord of the Admiralty, and in< the House of Commons Mr. Arnold-Fosierj Finanoial Secretary for the Admiralty, ex plained that the two-Power standard had been maintained, and that it was intended' to keep the navy so strong as to be resason ably certain. of its success anywhere. The constrnction of new vessels was proceeding rapidly, and by tho end .of the year three ships of the OresBey type, three of the For midable, and two of tile Canopns would ba completed, and eight others would be finish-; ed by the end of June next. The Mcdlter anean fleet when on a war footing,., the Ministers added,' was absolutely adequate, for any task. , The new building programme includea three battleships of 16,500 tons, capable of steaming 18-J knots, which would cost £1,500,000 each. They would be improved Londo...

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HOME MADE CAFE FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 10 July 1901

1-IOME MADE CALF -FOOD.' In a paper on calf feeding* contribute') to the Highland and ■ Agricultural .'-Society's. Ijonrnal, Mr-».-R. Shanks- «a vs.:—"Where' '^oil .cake is crushed for older stock it'is no, '.uncommon practice for the .powdered cake to lie used for calf feeding instead of the pure linseed, uudpr the impression that this an wars, the--.same •••purpose in fact some dealers make a . practice of crushing linseed cake into powder and ■selling it for c.aif meal. Pure fat is what we are trying.to replace in the calf food; •and when pure linseed contains about 35 •per cent, of .-digestible- oil.: in ^coin-panson ;with f) per cent.-in linseed cake, it can be. 1 readily'seen that the latter cannot be the ' more profitable of the two,- regardless of ' cost. A good home made calf meal will I be found' superior to most advertised foods of a like description, and' the cost wodts out ;to a :much llowar Sguur.. 4 good calf imea'l -at <a .cpmpara'fii.vdly Ikw; cost ;can :...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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THE PIANO QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 10 July 1901

THE PIANO QUESTION ";i The rhatter of purchasing a new piano for the Bowral School of Arts is one of the committee's burning questions. To buy or not.is the point. It is reported that the piano has lost its sweetness of tone, which can never be restored, and to put it into anything like playable condition would cost/"14. It would not then be satisfactory, and above all useless for high class music. The committee have been offered an allowance of £15 on the old in-, strument providing another be purchased. Tvvo years will be given to pay the differ ence. This reasonable offer has been shelved by the committee for an indefin ite time. No order has been given to hpive the present piano (if such it may be Called) repaired, and- knowing that it is almost unfit- for use we consider this rather unfair to the public, who are obliged to take their own pianos, and still have-no reduction made in the charge for the building. It is all very well to think the old one good enough, but it certainl...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Burrawang. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 10 July 1901

Burrawang. : , FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT. The election passed off very qqietly, the utmost; good fooling prevailing. • .Despite the wet'and unfavorable Btate of the weather about the. usual number of votes were recorded, Mr. Campbell scoring a large majority of votes polled in Burrawung,. The departure of the district of Mr. A. K. Wilkins, (late- teacher of the Wilde's Meadow public school) who has left to fulfil the important position in a school. in New town (where the attendance numbers some 700 pupils), is much regretted. Mr. Wilkins, by his many generous acts of kindness, rendered in many ways, has made for him many lasting friends, in the district. He was choirmaster . of St. David's Ohurch of England, Burrawang, and also held other positions in ohurcli matters, which he carried out in a very efficient manner. Mr. Wilkins' many friends • wish him every success in his new appoint ment. It is understood that Mr. Sherlock, of Sydney, has been appointed to fill the ya canoy. Mr. Sher...

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FARM and GARDEN DAIRYING INTELLIGENC. Conflicting Systems of Manufacture. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 10 July 1901

Conflicting Systems of Manufacture, j •Berry, Saturday.—Mr. W. J. McVeigh, manager of the Berry Central Butter Fac tory, has issued an appeal to the dairy' farmers of the district, warning them against which he says,is unfair manufac-, Ituring, in which he gives some valuable; ja'ti'd' interesting information. The sub-1 ject at present is creating great interest: 'all along the South Coast, owing ;pcinci-( pally to the antagonism which the pro prietary and co-operative companies and. manufacturers are displaying towards; each other. Mr. McVeigh says that the; milk should be tested daily hy the Bab-: cock system, so .as to know that the. separator is doing good work. If the'loss' exceeds .i per cent, the appliances should; be over-hauled at once. IFrequently skim milk has been brought to him for .testing containing .2 to .6 per cent, of fat. The; •next leakage to be looked for ;is .in the.! buttermilk. If the cream is not properly ripened pr blended, or is c.hurned in a too; rsour or...

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DRAUGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 10 July 1901

DRAUGHTS. Draught matches] are becoming all the rage af late. Bowrnl, Robertson, Burra wang, in fact the majority of the surround ing townships are nil desirous of topping the ladder of fame in that particular direc tion. The adjoining towns each have a duly appointed club, but although we have have the players in Bowral, they aro not bound by any rules or regulations, for they, do not represent a recognised and properly formed slab. Years ago a club used to exist and was in flourishing circumstances, but interest died out; and the alub was no more. But now, seeing that the desire for play has resuscitated, and fresh, enthusiasm kindled, would it not be oppertune to re-in augurate the club? Surely no difficulty would be experienced in carrying out this suggestion, and wo feel sure the good people of Bowrnl would again staud by the club, and offer encouragement to members by the presentation of trop'aios.

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WARMTH AND FEEDING. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 10 July 1901

WARMTH ,ANB FEEDING. Animal .warmth (says sthe Melbourne " Leader'";) lis produced :at ;the icost ccff food. 'Winter .weather -considerably ira duces the warmth of -animals, .and.-ttliis lossmust be.recompensed iin some -.way,, else the animal williloseiin condition ;anfl health. Loss of warmth ican ibe ipantly prevented .and the comfort, of ,the anima;i ensured by ;the use of -rugs. The irugs need not-be costly, <because.old bags even;' can be utilised for -the purpose. -.Cows, especially, benefit from the employment • of .rugs, .as they have itjie double drain upon their digestive organs dn; •providing for;the maintenance,of warmth . and .coni dition and in supplying .milk. _ An .experiment ,that lis .being 'largely.... tried in the western districts of Victoria ' during -. ithe .present v/inter , is :rug- • ging .the dairy cows. Although small dairymen -yvith half-a-dozen .cows had shown that .it paid to ^o so, >it was thoughtto be impracticable with large herds. Se...

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Local and District Notes. BY "CARRIER." THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 10 July 1901

Local andDiistrictNotes. By " CarIMkr." THE WEATHER. As per nsunl at thin seanon of the year, tilings are lutlior alow in BowimI and dis trict. Tho past weolc's drilling rnin seems to have have put a damper 011 the Bpiriis of all, but one has to bccoino resigned to sucb unpleasant (though beneficial) atmospheric changes, and be uncomplaingly reconciled to tbe inevitable. At this tiuio rain aud cold must be expeoted, but the realization scorns bardor to bear than liviug in a state of anti cipation.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 10 July 1901

For Children's Hacking Gongli ai night, Woods' Great Peppermint'.Cure.. 1/6. ;, ^AFEKING DINING BOOMS. rs.O. S. Busliing, Having taken over the Business recently •; -carried on by Mrs. A. .Beattie, Has removed to more Commodious Pr-einises Opposite Rutherford's, Bong Bong-street. iGhpicest ifniit.an'd-,GonFectionery .always on .hand. REFRESHMENT. DEPARTMENT. ■ .■■■■■ Special attention \vill be given tp ■- this Department. .. .. 'Hot Dinners-Daily:. . .. .. .. • Special Room -for Ladies. ■ •rpe'E SECRET HI 1V">RV: np :;|j K r OJJIN'G 1" IIAM CajE. "THE CLASS 0 OTC THR CEJT : URYi'" ' ••TUB ASTHOUIS n .«vNn ILLaSTBATED • yOLII.ME. '■ , Th-* ■m'wt-r("_imlc fble B 'o't o;'or fr m iW Anstnili tnnrem is nnq itvtioimMv Tmi' nii<1 .:-profn->cly iTustriLrncl -volume t-ntiiltvl TIih S cot fli tory of i In; ■ miivsrh m Ci*e. Thisi-i tiny""' wn It >ip»m h-I»Wi -tho ftli'ii t witt-rs in' Sydriijvfifivn h-en 'ernrHiro.l f'ir -i mr> tim», imi which ha* t!io res iiitos nf tl ...

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A NEW COMMITTEEMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 10 July 1901

A NEW COMMITTEEMAN While referring to the Association, it will doubtless be of interest to mention that the president has just appointed Mr. Bert. Swan as a committeeman vice Mr. Les. Comer who has removed, having entered the'matrimonial world.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 10 July 1901

It 1291AKK.1 RLE CURE OF CROUP. A Little Bpy's Life Saved. . I have a few words to Pay regirling Chamber lains Omgrh remedy: It saved my little hoy'n life and Iieid thit I caunot praise it enough. I ljnnirht a bottlo of it from A. E. Steers of & rndwiu, S. D., U.S.V., audwhen I got home with it the p >or baby cnuld hiirdly breathe. I'gavo the medioine as di rected every ten minutes until he " threw up," and then I thought sura he" "w»s going to oliake ta death. We had to pull the phlegm out of bin mouth in i great long strings. I am positive that if I hud n i got that ho.ttls of cough medicine, my boy would not be on e'iu th to-day.—Joii Dbjiont. Inw od. Iowa. For sale by D; Morgan,'ChemiBt, Bowrul. 1 A terrible fatality occulted at Burrows on Mon day night last. A young man named Charles Gaze, aged 18, was carrying a londed shotgun, when, from some unknown cause the'gun exploded. Thocharge struck the unfortiin&te lad below the chin, carrying away the whole of the...

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POLLY. An Original Sketch. Specially written for Bowral & Robertson Free Press. CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 10 July 1901

POLLY. An Original Sketch. By one of the Bowral Literati. Specially written for Bowral & Robertson Free Press. CHAPTER V. Polly wrote her second letter to George Peters that night, and also one to ,lier father aud mother. Sho clid not show either of them to Jane, but after they wore written, and the girle were sealed with their sewing by the fireside, her ,flow of spirits was wonderful. It was impossible to be serious with her long, she had such a fund of talk and fun in her, such a way of making smiles aud laughter, and Bho made Jane laugh as heartily that night as ever she bad laughed in her lifo. So infectious was the merri ment, that when Jano took in s.upper she found tbat the master and mistress had also caught the infection of it and were laughing almost as heartily as the girls, although they bad no idea what it was for. " You are having a merry time in the kitchen to-night, Jane," said the master, what is it all about ?" ■ " Nothing sir," replied Jane, " that is, I ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 10 July 1901

,A.ra? M^iasTOMT'S. so ew Plums vs- A.S XJISTDER. s— |t79 Pairs Ladies' Glace Kid Balmoral Boots £5 Men's Mackintoshes ... po Men's Overcoats ... Ladies'Superior Mackintoshes 11 11 )> ... ... 11 Good „ ... ... £,ot Boys' Overcoats, same rates ... S40 Bronzed Metal Shelf Brackets .Special 'Priccs. 3/11 to .8/6 ?a/6 to 41/6 nh tg.3Z/6 391: 18/6 "p/6 2/11 2d each. tsnal Priccs* 4/ix to 10/6 14/6 to 49/6 17/6 to 50/ ; 35/ 21/ 11/6 mMSTON'S, * - r •. ... ^ -. v; . ^ The CASH TRADER, OPPOSITE RICE'S HOTEL, BOWRAL. House-Painting, " ' PAPER-HANGING, DECORATING. Picture Frames of every descrip * tion made to order. 4ll Workmanship Guaranteed. £$bop : 2Vlerrigang gti^eef, (Opposite Milton House, Bowral). , . - ... ■ • • . 1689 Many Pounds a year saved by Buying at Haig and Co's. Colin Ferguson,, VIOLINIST. VISITS BOWBAL every TUESDAY and . FRIDAY. ^ ; For Terms, &o., apply Mr. Ebb. Davis, Bong Bong-street, • 270 £Wr. CeciC Compfon. PuplLa Received. or Visited in Bowral and Distric...

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GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 10 July 1901

GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR' FOR JULY. I i ' J A. Landsdowne, Gnulburn. Tub forecast wo fiave some months sinco of a Bovoro winter has beon fully verified, and we ate having one of the severest seasons over experienced. This has pi von vegetation a groat check, but will benefit the Boil where turned up roughly and kill in sect posts. Wo may still look for sev<jro weal her — oold rbugh winds, frost, snow, and rain. All hoavy Work of digging, trenching, lnanuring, tfco., should be completed. Turn up tho soil deeply. It can bo dono bottor now than when tho soil is wet. Give plenty of suitable manuro. Ocops must bo fed if good results are to bo obtained. Limo is useful -to .nearly all soils. Kitehon Garden.—Sow cabbages, carrots, pars nips, onions, leeks, radish, luttuoe, beet, herbs, poas, —all kinds (early sunrise, blue Peter, William Hurst, pride of market, stratagem,.and y. hero are all good). Broad henna, some spinach, broccoli, and cauliflowers may.be tried, Plant horhs, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 10 July 1901

BOWKAL AND ROBEBTSON FEES PKESS, .2/- per quarter in advance. - BEST ADVEETISING JIEDIUAT. fHE COMMERCIAL BANKING " COMPANY of SYDNEY, Ltd. Capital paid up .,s .. .. £1,000,000 .Reserve Fund .. .. .1,010,000 ilicservo Liability .. .. .. 1,000,000 'Total .. .. £3,010,000 DIRECTORS. Q. .J. COHEN P,8q„ Chairman. ■ 'Jlon.'fT. E. KATER,M.L.C.,Deputy Gliairman. "".i 'Hon. HENRY HOSES, fyl-L.C. • i "" Hon. RICH ABB JONES, M.L.C. ;£DWABD KNOX, Esq. ClIiNKltAL MAVAQKIi; T. A DIBBS, Esq. ADDITOltS. ■,& 8. CAPE, Esq., and W. L. DOCKER, Esq. ; BRANCHES in Now South 'Wales &nd Queens land. ' Agencies throughout tbo world. Bowral Branch, :GAVIN GEOBGE, Manager. G. GRAM, -GENERAL STOREKEEPER, aud BAKER, ft O BESTS O N. Orders oalled.for, and Qooda Delivered Daily. JEEipfliest Ctisli IPrice , eiven for (CO\V HIDES, OALF SKINS, WALLABY SKINS, OPOSSUM SKINS NATIVE CAT SKINS. ,'838 " •Spring Suitings. ■ -Bummer Suitings, The Practical and Reliable ■ BOWRAt TAILORS HAVE made preparation...

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BOWRAL MUNCIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 10 July 1901

BOWIIAL MT3KI0IPAL"C0UNCIL. Mcetfl.oyory.&ttcrnftto Thursday, nt tho . Council Ohnmbavs, at 7.80 p.m. '' . Clerk's office hourfl are : Tuesdays, from 10 to 12 .a.m. ; Wedi'iesdhytfj ff to 9 p.m. :■ Fridays, 3 to |'.5 p.m. I' Alderman J. M. Ohrislift, Mayor. Mr. \V. R. Farrow, council ulorlt.

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Railway Information. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 10 July 1901

Hani way Enfor filiation. Passenger trainB arrive at Bowral from Sydney 12.21a.m. daily,. Sundays tuioopted 7.37 a.m. (Papor Train) daily, Sunday excepted 11.12'a.m.J Saturday only 12.55 p.m. daily, Sunday excepted 5.33 p.m., Saturday only 7.58 p.m. daily, Saturday and Sundaylbscepted 9.28 p.m., Saturday only * Passengor trains leave Bowral for Sydney,:— 3.0 a.m. daily, Monday excepted 0 SO a.m. Sunday only, slops'Mittngong and Strathueld only 7.3 a.m. daily, Sunday excepted.- , 8.29 a.m. daily, Sunday and Monday excepted, ' stops Mittagong and Strnlhliuld only 8.31 a.m. Monday.only, stops Mittngong, Picton, Granville, und StrathlieUl only. 1.36 p. m: doily,/Sunday excepted.

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