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

m. jftanli SSMellforti. Dulco et decorum est pro patria mori—was the sentiment that prevailed many cen turies ago, and it is no less deep-seated in the hearts of the sons of the Empire to day. We were speaking to a returned Chaplain during this week,and he express ed his admiration at the cheerful and noble way the soldiers have laid down their lives in South Africa. It is not often that a non-combatant, and especial ly one of that noble band whose mission it is to tend the sick and wounded, is killed, and we regret to •have to record the death of Dr. Frank Wellford, the news of which has been received by cable. We cannot do better than quote the words of Mr. Harold Manning concerning him—"His gentleness, even temper,and bright,genial manner endeared him to all; his love •of home and kindred shown so especially to. his only surviving parent,-and that extra ordinary . Jonathan-like affection, for his twin brother,, who alas preceded him on the journey to that wonderful Beyond that so...

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

J. G. MORRIS & CO., AUCTIONEERS AND VALUATORS, Slock and Property Salesmen, Fire and Life Insurance Agents, BOWHAL. BOWRAL FRUIT SHOP—a* OPPOSITE Post OHico, Rowrnl. Tlio cost and moBt varied slook out of Sydney. Call and boo our show. H. T. HOPWOOD, 9513 Manager. W. WHITE, FAMILY BUTCHER, . Hodd.1© - St., Robertson. ORDERS CALLED FOR AND PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO. 7G0 Royal Hotel,.. ROBERTSON, The Leading Hotel in Town. Only Best Brands ol Winos and Spirits kept. SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION at reasonable latoe. First-class BILLIARD TABLE. Good Stabling, Grass Paddooks, and Cattlo Yards. FRED. GRAHAM, 762 Proprietor. Blacksmitking and Wheel wrigkting. Nonas. BREW BROS. BEG to inform the refcidents of Robertson, Kan galoon, and surrounding district that they have purchased the Goncral Blacksmith and Wheelwright Business Iatolv carried on by Mr. Nugent at Robert son, arid hopo by strict attention to business, com bined with good workmanship and moderate char gos, to merit a fair share...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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B. Y. M. A. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 10 July 1901

B- Y M A The members of the Bowral Young ' Men's Association are anxiously looking forward to their annual meeting to be held next month. The meetings are very brilliant gatherings, and much transpires to make the members take a keener in terest in the Association which they have the honor to represent. The presentation of trophies for the cricket club and band will form part of the programme, while speechifying, - musical items, &o., will occupy the remainder. The worthy presi dent, Mr. H. E. Jones, generiflly makes a " red-hot" address on this occasion, criiicising some and praising others.

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

All who suffer from weak digestion should cat Rutherford's malt bread, it is highly recommended. Ask for eart to call.—* A Cure for Lumbago. W. C. Williamson, of Amherst, Va.. U..S.A., says: " For more than a year I suffered from lum bago. I finally tried Ghamberlaiu's Pain Bulm and it gave me entire relief, which all other remedies failed to do." Sold by 1). Morgan,. Chemist* BowraL Now is tho timo for FURRED skins, ami to. got thorn . tan NED-by t. s. PIGGOTT,. Bowral. 852 TENDERS- wanted for Painting' outstdo- nud Knlaomining inside of Premises lately ooou picr! by tho s. R Butchering Co., Bowral.—Pnrtiau lurs from j. w. nouman, butcher, Moss ViUo. Dont Forget to go to Berrima. THIS (WEDNESDAY) NIGH1Y lOrn Instant.. GRAND SOCIAL Splendid Masio. .. Good Refreshments.. Mrs. Constftntino, from Sydney,.will play. 801 DR. CRAWFORD, Dentist,, Max be consulted at the town. HALL, BOWRAL. Late assistant to Mr. E. C. Bryden ofGoulburn. • 0987: At Haig & Co's Clearing;; Sale, 6 pair...

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

(Eburc!) Horft. In a most marked way is the fact being impressed upon us of an unusual exodus of bur Bowral residents from our midst this winter. In a recent number of the Church News, we had to bid a regretful farewell to our summer visitors. This is always a painful necessity; but we must protest against the' wholesale way in which our Church workers are deserting us for a more , genial climate this year. The bracing air—the invigorating wester ly winds —the seasonable rain—and the beautiful-snow, ought to lie inducements rather than otherwise to keep those who are not actually, ordered away at their posts! The Choir has-suffered,the Sunday School and all the Parish organizations are feeling their losses. We are glad to" • • * say, however, that the gaps are being filled in a most delightful way, but we fear that the workers who are left are bearing burdens a little too heavy for them. One faithful friend was heard to exclaim, rather plaintively, apropos of the rapidly accumulatin...

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

Preparations are being made in Ade laide to give a fitting reception to the Duke and Duchess of York. The expen diture of the Government is expected to be between ^14,000 and £15,000. The citizens are also expending a large sum of money. A.. "W". Beer, BICYCLE DEALER, Free Press Office, j^owral. Appointed a£»ent for Berrima District - for Davies-Fraulsliu Bicycles. " Look out for Great Clearance of Machines on Hand. They must be sold. All Cyclists-Requisites Stocked. Dunlop Tyres 27/6 per pair, tubes 7/6 ea. Repairs immediately attended to.

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

Have you TitiED Rutherford's malt bread ? It is self-digestive, and contains great nutriment. Send for a loaf.* You can depend on riddins; children o' Wtnms with Wade's Worm Figs. Price .Is*

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Draughts. BOWRAL v. ROBERTON PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 10 July 1901

Draughts. . BO.WRA.L v. ROBERTON PARK. Oil Saturday night last the above-clubs met in' their return.mutch /at Mrsi; C. S. .Cushing's Waft-king Diniug roomn, Bowral, the result beinga win for the former^ The damp weather did not interfere with the learns in attending, for they both appeared in full strength. At the conclusion of th« match, the teams partook of choice refreshments which were provided by Mrs. Cusliing at the "ex .pense of the local team, which were highly appreciated. When everyone had satisfied the inner man, Mr. J<>8. Stokes in a neat speech thanked the visitors for coming in to fulfil their en gagement, and was glad Bowral had made a start in the upgrade by placing a win to their credit, and hoped it would not be the last. They had spent a pleasant evening together, and he was satisfied that both winners and losers had thoroughly enjoyed themselves, ;Mrr H. G. Eraser responded on behalf of the Park; team, and said although they, had been beaten he thou...

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Committee Meeting. BERRIMA-CAMDEN DISTRICT FOOTBALL UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 10 July 1901

CosMfiia-ittee Meeting. RERRIMA-CAMDEN DISTRICT FOOT BALL UNION. • The above Union held a meeting or> - Satur day night Inst at the Grand Hotel,Bowral,at which Mr,Muses Jones presided Jiepresonta tives put in an appearance from Mosa Vain, Mittagong, and Picton, together with the local men. .-The following were those pre sent :—Messrs.. Rutter, Burgess (Picton), Hill, Lippiatt, Rudland (Mittagong), Tutt, Adcock, Southall, Marks, I-Iuggelt (Bowral), Whyte, Plant, and 0. C. McGarry, lion, seo. (Moss Vale). As a result of correspondence, permis sion was granted to A. Viles to play with the Picton-Thirlmere club. Mr. Whyte stated that he was compelled to order one of the Bowrail players off the fiold in the recent match between Moss Vale and Bowral, for words used that he considered offensive, after liaviug been pre viously'warned. Mr. McGarry said he had played in the match referred to, and thought that too much talking had been . indulged iii'ty- all players throughout the match. Th...

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United Friendly Societies' Demonstration. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 10 July 1901

United Friendly Societies' Demonstration. In connection with the forthcoming doinon stratiou, the district Friendly Societies hold a meeting at Mr. W. R. Farrow's, on Mon day, 7th inst., the lodges of the district being represented by 15 delegntes, exclusive of executive officers. The President (Mr. Jos. Stokes) occupied the chair. The executive officers have continnod iu office by virtue of their appointment by last year's committee. Their report of pro ceedings was read and adopted and a beauty vote of thanks accorded to them for past services. - They were unanimously re-elect ed to their respective offices. The following resolutions were passed :— " That the executive officers have the same right to voto as tho dolegiites." " Thnfc a demonstration be hold at I3ow ral on Mouday, 7th Ootobor (Eight Hour Day), and that tho net proceeds of tho same be devoted to the District Cottage Hospital funds." " That the procession be similnr to last year, and that the Laucers, H Co.,, fire bri...

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Bowral & Robertson Free Press. Wednesday, July 10, 1901. BACON EXPORT TO ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 10 July 1901

Bowral & Robertson Fres Press. Wednesday, July 10,1901. BACON EXPORT TO ENGLAND. Britain .offers an exceptionally good market for bacon of the proper quality, and remunerative prices are readily paid for a first class article. Bacon represents farm feed in a concrete form, and the last named is either wasted or sold below its value if it be made into inferior bacon. Since it is essential to export only prime quality, there are three factors to be con sidered—the breed, the feed, and the curing. The days of the pure Berkshire and the Poland-China are numbered for producing a tip top bacon, as farmers in the United States know to their cost, the reason being that streaky bacon must be provided. This regular interleaving of lean with the fat depends entirely on breed and feed.. The Berksire makes too thick fat and too little lean, whilst the Poland-China runs into fat altogether. It was with a view to introducing more streakiness that the red pig known as the Tamworth, jumped s...

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

ONES VETERINARY LIVERY STABLES, " Eltliaui/' i>Ierrigang-st., next to Fire Station. Cabs, Sociables, Sulkies, Buggies, Ladies' and Gent's Hacks. Victoria Carriage for Visiting, Invalids, &c. Weddings attended. Picnic Parties taken to any part of the District and Coast. The only four-in-hand DRAG in the town, and BEST IN THE DISTRICT. All trains met, and Telegrams promptly attended to. Clipping and Singeing Done Beautiful Teeth. OX.X3A.lff TBBTS. SWEET BBEATH One of the greatest educators of tho day lays Btrcs3 on the fact that tho tooth-brush is a powerful faator in' civilisation. Certainly some credit must be given to Tooth Powder, for anybody knows bow unploasant the use of a plain brash ia without some powder or dentrifieo. MORGAN'S TOOTH POWDER is impalpubly fine—Nothing is left to scratch the enamel. It makes tooth-brushing a pleasure—you aever forget to do it. If cleans the teeth, month, and gums- It ia antiseptic, and so assists in tho arrest and prevention of deca...

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

CEfje Pfaapttal. _ During the.past two months the Nurs ing Staff si t the Hospital have had a trying time. Dr. Vallack at the last Hospital Committee.Meeting paid to them a well deserved tribute. We wish to endorse this. The way in which patients have been nursed back to health and strength reflects the greatest credit.tipdu, and is a testimony to the skill and efficiency of the Nursing Staff. Our Hospital is not only one of. the best Institutions in the District, but its appointments and its management compare favorably with any.-country Hos pital in New South Wales. It has been well supported in the past, and it is to be hoped tha't there will never be want of funds for its noble work to be carried on. A covered way from the main building, to the Isolation Ward has just been com pleted. This was a very necessary piece of. work which the Nursing Staff must highly appreciate.

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

Football. On Saturday last a draw was tlio result of an evenly co'nteated game played on the Globe gronnd, Bowral, between teams representing the northern and eonlbern ends of tbe Berrima-Camden District Union. The match was arranged so as to enable the Union committee to pick tho best team they could to journey to Sydney on Saturday next to take part in a match against a metropolitan team, and notwithstanding the inclemency of the weather, the teams turn ed up in good time and fought hard from beginning to eud to score, but were disap pointed, as no score was registered on either side. The gronnd was in a bad state, water and mud flying in all directions at in tervals, and this with a greasy oval, no doubt, was responsible for some of tho mulls that were made. If a fine day had greeted them, a ranch better game might have been .expected ; bnt, on the whole, the game waB a highly creditable one. By a look at the teams as they were placed on the field, one would have thought the matc...

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ROBERTSON'S TRIBUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 10 July 1901

ROBERTSON'S TRIBUTE . The following is the text of an address which has been forwarded to Dr. J, B. Wilson, formerly medical practitioner at Robertson, but who is now in New Zea land, by the people of Robertson : — i" To Dr. John B. Wilson, L.R.C.S., Ellin. Dear -Sir,—We, the residents 'of Robertson aud. surrounding districts, feel deep regret of your departure from amongst ua. During your residence with us we have hijd amglo opportunities of testing your mivaryiugcourtesy to all with whom you. hijve come in contact, whlie in your pro fessional capacity you have at all times sh'owu a desire to comply with the demands mjide upon you from all parts of the dis trict both day and night. Wo feel in loiiug you, wo lose a friend, but we trust that in your new home you may find a prac tise more-commensurate with your abilities nn'd worih, than you have experienced here. Trusting that Mrs. Wilson, ''infant, and yourself may receive every blessing from the Giver of all good, we ask your accep...

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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 10 July 1901

ITEMS OF INTEREST. The United States.—Cooling showers have fallen in New York. For Ohronio Chest Complaints, Woods'' GreafrPeppermint Cure. 1/6; . A dog's bark is. often worse than his bite; but his bark is preferable, all the same.. Thirty thousand dollars (^"6000) have disappeared from, the Mint at San Fran sisco The trial of Earl Russell npon a charge of bigamy is to be expedited.. It will take place on July 18. None are more intolerant of sharp . , words than those who pride themselves. on saying sharp things. France has notified China that French:' troops will permanently guard the railway' from Peking to Paoting-fu. ' • While having his.dinner, a man named. William Wilson, of Wooiloomooloo, was choked by a piece of meat on Sunday-. last~ Exceptionally cold weather has prevail ed for the past 10 days at. Albury.' The. lagoons have been frozen so thickly that cattle walk over the ice. By the failure of the Kharkoff Commer cial Bank a panic has been caused in' Southern Russia. Th...

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POPPING THE QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 10 July 1901

POPPING THE. QUESTION Each township in the district seems to be having a turn in the wedding line of business. First' of all Bowral, then Bur rawang, Robertson, while the last on the page of history'appertaining to this vicin ity is recorded from Kangaloon. . :,The parties mainly interested •< were 'Miss Hannah Maloney (of'Kangalpo'n) and Mr;..: P. E. Murphy (of Paddingtoo). The; bridesmaids were Misses Murphy and K. Maloney, while Mr. M. Maloney acted as best. man. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Father Rohan at the resi dence of Mr. R. Maloney, According to this Bowral's turn is again to hand, but alas !. who and where are the couple. Truly the Rev. M. Maddern (in a recent address)'hit the nail on the head when he remarked that Bowral was indeed a slow place for marriages. This, however, did not awaken enthusiasm, and is it to be taken that the young men in this place are too.awfully nervous to get anything, near " popping the question ?" . J

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A GAS COMMISSIONER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 10 July 1901

A GAS COMMISSIONER At a later stage when the question of bad gas was brought. forward by Alder man Matthewson, Aid. Rice humorously^ suggested that as they,had a water com missioner in Bowral, the appointment of •a gaS commissioner, would not. be a bad plan. Those present saw the point.

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THAT ROBERTSON CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 10 July 1901

THAT ROBERTSON CHURCH In a previous issue of this journal the disgraceful condition of the Robertson Wesleyari 'church was the' subject orcom-' ment. Its antiquated and dilapidated appearance is not only a dfecided disgrace to Methodism, but is . still further con sidered totally ont: .of touch with the strides taken by that great body of late years. The residents are still crying out (and have been for years) for the construc tion of a nobler edifice—one more worthy to carry the name it bears. It is pleasing, to note that at the quarterly meeting held last week it was decided to ask permis sion from Conference to erect a new build ing. One of the " outpost " buildings (at West Kangalejon), -built of stone* is very substantial and apparently ever lasting.

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

Welcome. Tiie'following excellent and appropriate lines written by Mrs. E. E. Reddall, of Bowral, and neatly printed in gold letters on a card at tlie offico of this journal, have been for warded to Government House, Adelaide, : for presentation to tho Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York :— From Austral's scattered hearths tho cry of Welcome sounds In unison with cheers, in pageants stately raised, To greet thee,Ruler's Son ot British Empire vast, In this thy grateful journey to our loyal shores : •Son, too, of Alexandra of the Sea King lino, Whose kindlyhoart and grace have made her loved of all ; And welcome too, fair Mother of tho Empire's heir— Shine Southern Sun on her with all thy bright est rays. If , could it be, yet firmer still will be the tie i 3"J that'binds . ;T7s to ;our ^Motherland; .remembering. thus thy love In bravin". ocean's breadth to seal our Com ' inonwoalth. :And when from Southern Seas we speed thee - i ; to tho West, Australia's wishos waft thee safely to...

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