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THE WILDE'S MEADOW BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 July 1901

THE WILDE'S MEADOW BALL. The incessant rain and still threatening aspect of the weather debarred many from" potting in an appearance at the Carrington Ball, Wilde's Meadow, on Tuesday evening last, the occasion being a batt in connec tion with the Myra Yale Football CHiib. Abont 20 couples faced the elements, and considered themselves well rewarded for th^eit bravery, for the terpsicorian twirls were most enjoyable.. With the floer O.Kv, and Mr. Jas. Bresnaban M.C., who oou.ld bat enjoy themselves, particularly when the mnsic was so excellently provided by Messrs. M. and P; Bresnaban. Ample and de licious refreshments were partaken, of daring the evening, Mr. W. Salkeld being the caterer. At the conclusion the' company joined ip. singing Auld Lang Syne."

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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WANTED EASIER SUMS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 July 1901

WANTED EASIER SUMS. The sorrows of an American schoolboy are pathetically set forth in the following letter recently received by a schoolteach er " Sir,—Will you please for the future give my sun easier somes to do at nights. This is what he's brought hoam to or three nites back : If fore bottles of bere will fil thirty to pint bottles, how meny pints and half bottles will nine gallins fil ? Wei, we tried and could make nothing out of it at all, and my boy cried and sed he dident dare to go back in the mornin without doin it. So I had to buy a nine gallin keg of bere, which I could ill afford to do, and my boy went and borrowed a lot of wine and brandy bottles, and count ted them, and there were just 19, and my boy put the number down for an answer. I dont know whether it is rite or not as we spilt some bere while doin* it. P.S. Please let the next sum be in. water as I am not able to buy any more bere."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 July 1901

It is. reported that the Boers have been defeated at Lynd(;n,berg, loping 5f) killed %nd njpny wo,tin-! ded daring the. engagetqent. An Attack of Pneumonia Warded Offi <■' Some time ago my daughter .oqught. a severe cold. Sf»e o implajned of pains in her chest an<J, tpd a bad cough. I gave her Oh^m.berlaiiii'e. dough Remedy according to directions and ia twa d%ya eh^ waa well and able to, go to school. I ha,ve used this remedy 13 my family for the past seven years and have never known, it to fail," says James Pren dergast, merchant, Amiotto Say, Jamaica, • 'Wfeat Indw Islands, 'the pains in the oheat indicated an approaobing attack of pneumonia, which in this in stance waB warded oft by Chamberlain's Cuu/ti Remedy. It counteracts auy tendency of a cold toward* pneumonia. Sold by JJ. Morgan, Chemist, {toyrral.

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Bowral & Robertson Free Press. Saturday, July 13, 1901. ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 July 1901

Bqwral & ((obertsoii Free Press. Saturday, J,uly. 13;, 1&Q1. ITEMS OF INTIIEEST. Between' March and May the British capped 35. Boer guns. . J^isaGlanville advertises that she is prepared to, Receive orderefor dressmaking, &o. There are.two members of- parliament of tip n^me pi John Hnghes, and both, are. solicitors. Jt is stated that the Boor women have tired of the war, aqp are urgingtheii; huabanc^j to, surrender^ The Secretary of State for War declares that at all hazards the Boer campaign must be carried through. In the four months, March to, June, 7081 Boer belligerents have been killed, woupded, or captured. The Eastern Transvaal is reported to be bo bare that the Bpetp must either surrender or, go else-, where;. - Three attempts have, been made to. wreok the Coolgardiij expres.B by putting sleepers, across the line, Steps ate being taken to enforce the by-law deal-, ing with the practice qf expectorating on the side walks of Sydney. ' " * ALondon cable...

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BURRAWANG. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 July 1901

BURRAWANC Mr. R. Murray presided at the meeting of the School of Arts committee held on Saturday evening last. Permission was i. gi;an,ted. the local cricket club, to hold their meetings in the hall when open. Decided ttj ask the Oddfellows to submit a price for their property for consideration. The annual general meeting will be held on the; 20th, insjt.

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Bowral Fire Board. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 July 1901

Bowral, Fire Board. A meeting of the ' Bawral Fire Board was held on Thursday last. Present: Alderman Christie (Mayor), Aid. R. S. Mrckenzie, Mr. Ebb. Davis (hon. sec.), Minutes of previoua mpeting were read and con firmed, Correspondence. A lettor was received from the secretary of. Brigade asking the Board {or a subsidy as they had no funds to meet present liabilities with. Also from the Underwriter's Association, stating, that they had recommended the usual subsidy, and would be forwarded when collected. From the Chief Secretary's Office, Sidney, stating tt^at a anbBidy of £12 7/1 had been paid- to the credit of the Board into the Bowral Branch ot the Commercial Banking Co. of Sydney. . Resolved that a Bubsidy of £5 be granted to the Brigade. ' . Resolved that 50ft. of hose and branch be pro cured by secretary. "Resolved that the action of- the secretary bo en dorsed in reinsuring 20 men of the Brigade. The secretary reported having mislaid the letter of the captain of the Brigad...

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RATHER HARD WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 July 1901

BATHER HARD WORK. " You seem to have- quite a . jam in yo\v-. bank, Bobby," remarked the Visitor. " Yob," said Bobby, " Ma gives me si> pence a week for coming to the table with clean hands and face," . " Sixpence is a good doal of-money for c little boy to earn every week." "Yes, maam, but I have to do- a large amount of work for it."

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PAPA'S CONSENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 July 1901

PAPA'S CONSENT. She: " Isn't it lovely? Papa consents.'" He: " Does be really ?" She Yes. He wanted to know who you were, and I told him you were tape clerk at Scrimp and Oo.'s, and ho soem3 quite pleased." He I am delighted." ' (Sbe : " Yes, and he said that we coalcl he married just as soon as yoa were taken mto the firm." ' ~

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 July 1901

MOSES JONES,^ r ■ j. 1 ^ .. ....... J VETERINARY UVERY STABLES, ^ Eltliflra," I*ferrig»iijj-st., next to Fire Station, QabSj Sqcjahles, Sulkies, Buggies, Ladies' Gent's Hacks, Victoria Carriage for Visiting, Invalids, &c. Wedding^ attended. Picnic Parties t^ken to-any part of the District and Coast. The only four-in-hand DRAG in the town, aqd BEST IN THE DISTRICT. All trains met, and Telegrams promptly attended to. Clipping and Singeing Done. ? Beautiful Teeth. qXiEADSF TZlBrFXC. One. of the greatest cduoatoija of the day lays gtresB on the fact that the tooth-brush is a powerful factor in civilisation. Certainly some credit mqst bo given to Tootll I*OVHlci% for anybody Ifnovya how unpleasant the use of a pla^n bfush is without somo po.w^er or dentriiice. MORGAN'S TOOTH POWDER is iiopalpubly fine—Nothing is left to scratch the enamel. It makea tooth-brushing a pleasure—yo,u Ipever forget to do it. It cleane (hp teeth, mouth, and gums. It ig antiseptic, ancj eo assists in thp...

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THE KING'S TITLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 July 1901

THE KING'S TITLE." Mb. Chamberlain stated that bo was com municating with the colonies relative to the style of the King's title with- a view to recognising more clearly the royal imperial sovereignty over the whole empire.. Mr, Ohamberlaia hopes to submit tbe papers to parliament shortly a,ud to introduce a bill. ; The home newspapers express satisfac tion in discussing Mr. Cbamborlaiu's state ment regarding the King's title. The general opinion is that " Sovereign of Greater Britain " is suitable for inclusion in tbe King's titles. Mr. Oopeland, Agent-General for New South Wales, in the couise of an interview, uaid be wns confident that AnstraliauB. would highly appreciate the inclusion. Hi had unofficially made suggestions to tba King and Mi'.'Chamberlain.

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VARIETIES. TURPENTINE FOR BOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 July 1901

VARIETIES, TURPENTINE FOR BOTS, Thekb is a Httls settlement of New Hampshire people ia Kiowa county, Col. I Among other tilings they brought with them the New Hampshire aversion to using more words in conversation than are absolutely necessary. Two of them met on the road recently ancHfRTulged in the following dialogue :— "Mornin', Si." " Mornin', Josh." " What'd give your horse for bots ?" " Turpentine." '"■Mornin'." " Mornin'." A few days later the men met again, and here's the way a hard luck story was told in mighty few words : " Mornin, Si," " Mornin, Josh." " What'd you say you gave your horse for bots ?" •' Turpentine." " Killed mine." " Mine too." " Mornin'." "Mornin'."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 July 1901

REMARKABLE CURE OF .'CROUP. A Little Boy's Life Saved. I have a fow words to say regarding Chamber lains Oouyh remedy. It saved my little boy's life and I feel.that, I rannot praise it enough. I bonglit a bottlo of it from A. E. Steere of Goodwin, S. D., U.S.A., and when I got home with it tho pnor baby could hardly breathe. I gave the medicine an di rected every ten minutes until he " threw up " and then I thought sure he was going to ohoko t'i death. Wo had to pull the phlegm out of hii mouth in greit long Mtrings^ I am positive that if I had not got, tuat bottle of cough medicine, my boy would not ,be on earth to-day.—Joel Dehont, Inwood, Iowa. For sale by D. Morgan, Chemist, Bovcntl. You can depend on ridding children of W irms with Wade's Worm Figs. Price Is.

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TOO IMPULSIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 July 1901

TOO IMPULSIVE. Landlord : " I just came over to tell yon that I've decided to raise your—" Teuaut (interrupting): • «' Well, you needn't bother about it. I've decided to move." Landlord : " Qh, I merely desired to say that I had decided to raise your porab where it sems to sag there at the comer, and also to paper the bed rooms ; but, of course, you will not, since you have decided to mo-ve, care to hear anything further about my plans. Good day. I hope you'll like it where you are going."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 July 1901

..i-i3>h0j;e;ig Btpmduce>faintae at White Cliffs.. Ohatf ■Jwi beeflpeHinn 04 bjy;lv$s'.l§/t: per.bag^of iOib. and k,o/oaene at .23"/-'per'cage.',/ ■; Charles Wifliairi John, aged 18 months, only child .o£ Mr. and Mrs. Waldron, Station-°t'reet; Bbwral, 'di^d 'onWeclnesday evening Inst from bronchitis TKe infant wnshuried yesterday (Friday) afternoon in the Soman Catholic portion of the general ceme tery. - " I would I were a bird 1" walled the fair girl at the piano, " I would you were a box of axle grease 1" hissed the dark man under the palm. " I wonder what ho means by that ? " asked the lemon haired maiden. " He means that axle-grease stops screeching!" whispered the auburn-haired com panion. A workman named Martin, a single man, aged 50, met with a terrible death onThursday: It appears that be;wa? emnlovod to remove earili from underneath the ground floor at Farmer and Company's premises, Sydney, when the earth suddenly (jave way. con . pletely boring him. Martin waa relea...

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B. D. Cottage Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 July 1901

B. O. Cottage Hospital f The usual monthly .meeting of committee was held yesterday (Friday) afternoon. Present : Mr! Gavin George (chair), Revs. 12. S. Wilkinson and M. Maddern, Pr. A. S. Vallack, Messrs C. W. Mars* den, J. Mealing, and F. B. Kyngdon (hon. sec.) . Correspondence. Apologies for non-attendance were re ceived from Messrs A. Stephens and H. E. Mickham. ' * From Miss Osborne, " Hamilton," Mpss Vale, expressing thanks for vote of sympathy in connection with the' recent death-of Mrs. Alick Osberne, "jFrom Mrs. Yeo stating that the com mittee of the B.D.M.C. League had de ferred the matter of endowing a bed un til after the annual meeting. Mrs. Yeo also thanked the committee for expression of sympathy in connection with Mrs, Osborne's death. From Holdsworth Macpherson and Co., offering to exchange knife cleaner which unfortunately got broken in transit. From Mr. Potter re repairs. From Railway Commissioners comply ing with the request to have the telephone connected with t...

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FATAL FIRE AT LYTTLETON, N.Z. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 July 1901

FATAL FIRE AT LYTTLETOtf, N.£. Auckland, Thursday.—News has just been rdueived of a terrible fatal fiie, which ocour rcd tlm nftemoon at Lyttloton, the port of Olui'otchuroli, iu tlie province of Canterbury, South Island, The fire destroyed a four roomed cottage, occupied by a family n tpied Say, find three childreu perished iu the fjutneti,

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MOTHER'S KISSES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 July 1901

MOTHER'S KISSES. A kiss when I wake in the morning, A kiss when I go to bed, A kiss when I burn my fingers, A kiss when I bump my head. A kiss when my bath' is over, A kiss when my bath begins ; My mamma is as full of .kisses As my nurse is full of pfns. A kiss when I give her trouble, A kiss when I give her joy. There's nothing like mamma's kisses For her own little baby boy.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 July 1901

Wade's Worm Figs are most efifrclive. Children tbrivG after taking tbem. Price Is. HOLLOWAY'S « OINTMENT » Is an unfailing: Cure For Old Wounds, Sores, Files, Fistulas, Bad l^egs, Bad Breasts, V - AND ■ EVEl? FORM OF SKIN DISEASE. Manufactured only at : 78, New Oxford Street, London. , Sold by all Medicine Dealers. A Wondertul Medloixvd. For Bilions and Nervous Disorders, snci as Wind and Pain iri tfie Stomach, Sick Headache, Giddiness, Fulness and'Swelling after weals, Dizziness and Drowsiness; Cold Chills, Flushings of Heat, Loss of'Appetite, Shortness of Breath, Costivcness. B'otclies . on the Skin, Disturbed Sleep, Frightful Dreams, anil all Kcrvous and Trembling Sensations, &c. The first IJose will. give p'-lief in twenty minutes. This'.'.'.. is no fiction." Every sufferer is earhestlv invited to try one Box of these Pills, and th/iy will be acknowledged to be ""WORTH A GUINEA A BOX." ^ BEECHAM'S PILLS, takea as directed, 'will quickly restoro females to complete y heal...

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AMERICAN TRUSTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 July 1901

AMERICAN TRUSTS. According to some men, there is no honesty in American professional life, American politics, or American methods. According to others there is no honesty in the American world of business.. A little while ago (writes a correspondent of Chambers's Journal) the president of a great iron and steel trust in Chicago, without a word of previous warning, clos ed down twelve of the big mills of the concern, threw six thousand men out of work in a twinkling, and drove the stock of the company intd a rapid slump on the exchanges, for no other reason, it was asserted, than to juggle a tremendous profit for himself. At any rate,, there did not appear to be sufficient business reason for the closing of the mills; and when all the hubbub ond excitement had died down, and the President had finished manipulating his shares, he was said to be considerably over a million richer than he was before the mills were shut down; and all this was brought about within a week. A panic in a par...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 July 1901

jSkJE? Fe w Plums Special Vsnal Priccs. Prices. 179 Pairs Ladies' Glace Kid Balmoral Boots 3/11 to 8/6 4/11 to 10/6 35 Men's Mackintoshes ... 1: 20 Men's Overcoats ... ... ... ... 12/6 to 41/6 14/6 to 49/6 «. 13/-to 37/6 17/6 to 50/. Ladies'Superior Mackintoshes 30/ 35/ ii 11 j> ... 18/6 21/ „ Good „ 916 n/6 Lot Boys' Overcoats, same rates 2/11 " 240 Bronzed Metal Shelf Brackets 2d each* ■ . MARSTON'S, OPPOSITE R!CE*S HOTEL, BOWRAL. House-Painting, PAPER-IMCMfl, DECORATING. Picture Frames of every descrip tion made to order. All Workmanship Guaranteed. A. E. LEES §bof> : 3V\,erriganj* Street, (Opposite hilton House, Bowrnl). 689 Many Pounds a year saved by Buying at Haig and Co's. Colin Ferguson, VIOLINIST. VISITS BOWRAL every TUESDAY and FBIDAY. For Terms, &o., apply Mr., Ebb. Davis, Bong Iiong-atreet. 276 Ddlr. Cecif Comphn. Puptta Received or Visited ia Bowral and District. - PIANOFORTE, ORGAN, AND SINGING Candidates prepared for College and University Exammati&...

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