Elephind.com contains 2,836 items from Bowral And Robertson Free Press
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 April 1901
Many-Thanks. " I wish to express my thanks to the minufao turers- of'- Ghamberluin's Cholio, Cholera, and Diarrhoea-Remedy, for having, put on the market such a.wonderfnl medicine,"- sayn W. W. iraasinRill, ;of Beaumont, Texas. There are many thousands of mothers whose children have been saved from atfcaolc? of dys°nterv and cholcra infantum, who must also feel thankful. It is for sale by- Mr. D. Morgan, Chemist, Bow.ral,. OPPOSITE Post Office, Bowral. The hcafc ann!-' most varied stock out of Sydney. Call., andi see our show. H. T. HOPWOOD, 0543 Manager. MAFEKINGr DINING ROOMS, Mrs. C.S. Cushuuf* Having taken.over the Business recentljt carried on by Mrs. A. Beattie, Has removed to mure Commodious. Premises Opposite Rutherford's, Bong Bong-street., Choicest Fruit and Confectionery? . ... always.qq.hand; REFRESHMENT DEPARTMENT. Special attention.will, be given to this Department; . .. . Hot Dinners Daily. •, Special Room for Ladies. .. . * Sfow'sYourOhaqce For the following Bicycles...
ROBERTSON NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 April 1901
ROBERTSON NEWS. Wk'regret' tohaveto chronicle the deatli of MTrs. Catherine Radford; aged 68 years. The death* which was caused by cerebral apoplexy,-occurred on Sunday, 14th in stant. Thedeceased lady leaves a grown up family to mourn their loss. Her re mains were' interred in the Bong Bong "cemetery on Monday, Mr. T. E. Bursell, funeral- undertaker,, carrying, out the necessary arrangements: ft has been definitely decided to tender Mir. Geo:.W. Fuller, M.H.R. for Ilia warra, a complimentary banquet at an' early date. Mr. Alex. Campbell, auctioneer, con ducted a sale of machinery and effects of the Pheasant Ground Dairy Go., on Sat urday last. There was a large attend ance of buyers, and every item submitted was disposed of at fairly satisfactory ratesi- The engine and boiler realised £2g io/i separator £$ 5/, and! circular saw £2 5/.. *
Harvest Festival. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 April 1901
Harvest Festival. The annual services in connection- with, the Bowral Primitive Methodist Church were held on Sunday last.. The preacher both morning and evening was the Rev. B. Kenny, of Granville. The church was suitably decorated for the occasion.. On a. large table in front of the pulpit were attractively, arranged a large display of gifts, consisting- of produce, vegetables, fruit, jams, preserves, and' innumerable other articles all voluntarily contributed: by the friends and'guaranteedito bring in* a few mites towards the funds of the church-. The-morning service was fairly wall attended, but in the evening-.the con gregation'was exceptionally, large.-. The choir very efficiently rendered the following special selections What Shall the Har vest Be, They that wait upon> the Lord, and Where Hast Thou Gleaned to-day,, the verses as solos being taken: by. Mrs. T. S. Piggott, Misses F. and A. Price^, and Mr. G. Prices The Church on Monday, evening pre ! sented.aivery animated s...
Paspalum Dilatatum (Leichardt Grass.) [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 April 1901
Paspalum Dilatatum (L,eicliardt Grrass.) [By h. T. Rumbey]\ This grass;- originally obtained through' Baroiv von-Mueller,is proving itself to; be1 quite up to the high'standard claimed for it.. But outside of the northern- rivers' | districts" of New South- Wale9- it seems comparatively unknown', although queries' frequently come'to hand from-other parts of the Commonwealth^ as to its-value: In the Clarence and Richmond' districts if has gone far beyond the experimental1 stage. Some years ago Mr. McK'eowrv, the experimentalist, then* in' charge^ of: Wollongbar Government Farm, wrote:' " It is probably the best grass ever intro duced, and can be used either as a pas ture grass or as a heavy yielding fodder plant, if cultivated in drills; It resists both heat and cold, yields enormous* quantities of fodder, is much liked by ? stock,, and is shown by analysis to be of excellent quality. Plants in drills eight een inches by six inches apart quickly reached five feet in height, a test cu...
Attacked by a Bullock. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 April 1901
Attacked by a Bullock.. On: Friday last. Mr. Edward: Cupitt,. butcher, of Mittagong, bad a narrow es cape from-being seriously injured by a. bullock. He was standing on a fence of: the slaughter-yard trying to drive an ani mali into position for killing, when he missed his-footing, and.fell into the yard.. The infuriated beast rushed- at him, and1, trampled upon him, at the same time rip ping open his vest and shirt, and lacerat ing his-back-. Constable Spencer, who happened to be present, attracted the bullock's attention by shouting: and-, wav ing a bush. This, gave Cupitt time to crawl between two upright posts for shel ter. He then called upon his- son) who shot the beast.
Death. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 April 1901
Death. An ol'd: and1 highly-respected' resident of~ Kangaloon, in the person of Mr. Michael Maloney, passed peacefully away at the Cottage Hospital, -Bowral', on Sun Jay afternoon last. Suffering from a tumor" for the past six months, deceased recently entered the institution, arid on Wednes day last underwent a successful operation. All ivent weir until Sunday when unfav ourable symptoms again, presented them selves!: causing the patient to gradually" sink until' death, claimed its victim at half' past twelve. The deceased for the past^.years.c*r ried'on'"a successful dairy" farming busi ness in the vicinity of Kangaloon, and; may be looked upon, as-being one of the; earliest settlers in that neighbourhood.. He was a native of County Clare, Ireland,. but arrived in this State at a very, early age, spending 19 years in the Metropolis before removing to.Kangaloon. Deceased" who was 61 j'ears of age. at the time .of: his .death'leaves, a wife, three sons and one daughter to mourn the ...
GRANT OF £50. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 April 1901
GRANT OF /50. -The following very gratifying corres pondence has just been received by Mr. Alex. Campbell, M.P. :— _• •» Sir,—With reference to your recom mendation' ia support of the application of the Robertson Agricultural Society for a'special grant, I am directed to. inform you that the Secretary for Mines and Agriculture has approved of the sum of ^50 being granted, and a voucher for the amount will1 be forwarded' to the secretary on which to make his claim.—D. C. McLaciilax, Under Secretary..'"
Illawarra Electorate. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 April 1901
Illawarra Electorate, At the public delaration-of the poll, held: at WblldngODg', Mr; Beatson .(Returning Officer) -read! the result of: thS poll, and Having declared Mr;. Fuller elected amidst, cheers, called upon that gentlem^aito adr dress the gathering.. Mr. Fuller, amidst applause, saiiJ^ihat under the-circumstances they, could not expect liim to make a long speech,, as he was under his doctor's orders^ to give his throat a complete rest. The fight liad been a-severe one, and he was glad to say that now it was over the three candidates had shaken hands, and he sincerely hoped" that all the electors would follow a. good example, shake hands, and settle: what ever differences might have arisen during the campaign.. (Applause).. Mr.. Fuller then publicly apologised'to' NTr.. Hay ih regard to certaiu statements- made by him at some of his meetings, and \ which he most sincerely regretted. He thought he was only acting, the part o£ a man in publicly expressing regret , for. having m...
The Coningham Case. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 April 1901
The Coiiingliam Case., One of our Bowral roaders lias asked ns to republish the following from . the . Catholic Press:— : "After the above ense was over. Dr. O'Haran, Meagre, Want, Slattery, Kalslon, anda.few otlier friends adjourned to the dining.room,in connection, with St. Mary's Cathedral, where they wore received by his Eminence, the.. Cardinal. Mr. Want- seized the opportunity of proposing Dr. O'Harnn'a health. His words were emphatic, power ful, and .telling ; and if any tiling were need ed to further assure bis hearers that their confidence in Dr. O'Harnn was not mis placed, said Mr. Want, I ask you; to drink the health of the. man who to-day stands highest; iu the opinion of the. people of. this country. He has fought a fight from which moat men would have, recoiled, aud he has lost none of the lustre of his reputation in throwing bare his whole life to ,tbe. scrutiny of relentless foes.. His character, stands highest in this country for it is unstaiued. -He haseome through...
The Butter Industry. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 April 1901
The Butter Industry. A ■ conference was- held on Wednesday last at the Royal Agricultural Society's Grounds, Sydney, to discuss various as pects of tile butter industry, and to* con sider a proposal made by Mr. O'Callaghan (the Government expert in dairying) - for the establishment of a butter exchange. Mr. CVCallaghan explained that he advo cated a1 butter exchange in tlie manage ment of whicli-the producers and mer chants should have a share; About four pence to sixpence per cwt., he contended,, would'pay all the expenses of grading and labelling, and such a system would produce a revolution in the butter indus try. After a long discussion it was re solved that a committee be appointed*. with power to add to its number, to con sider the proposal, and to call a meeting at a future date.- .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 April 1901
James Reed Injured. > Mr. Jamas Reed, struck his leu against a cal?e of ice in such a manner as to .bruise it. severely... It became very muchnwollen and pained him so badly, that he could not walk without the aid of crutches. Ho was treated by physicians, also used several, kinds of liniment and two and a half, gallons., of whisky in bathing it, but., nothing gave any. rqlief unlit he began using Chamberlain's Pain.Balm. This brought nlmqsc a ' complete cure in a week's time and hp. believes that had he not used this remedy his leg would have had to be qinputatod.. Mr, Reed is one of the leading merchants of Clay Court . House, W. Va. Pain Balm is unequalled for sprains, bruises and rheuma tism. For. sale, by Mr. D.. Morgan, Chemist. Bowral. WE PLEASE LADIES"; WHO LIKE; GLOVES.; And where are the ladies who don't ?. Jffiaison P'arisieime No.'s 22 to 30 THE STRAND, AVE QUOTE A. TEW PREVAILING PRICES White Kid, with white or .black stitching, 1/11, 2/6- 4 .Hutton French Kid, all. ...
B. D. Cottage Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 April 1901
B. D. Cottage Hospital. The-nsunli.monthly meeting of the commit tee- of the- hospital was held at the institu tion on Friday afternoon, April 12. There were present, Mr. Gaviu George (in the chair), Rev. M. Maddern, Messrs. Badgery,. Mealing, Dr. Vallack, aDd tho hou. sec., Mr. ICyngdon. ! Apologies were received from Rev. E. S. Wilkinson, Dr. Stevensouj, and Messrs. Marsdeii- and- WicHiam.. Correapoiid'ence-..; The foHowiug .. communication was re ceived' from, the Rector of St. Jiida's :—" A united service in aid of the hospital will bo held ill the hospital ground's on Sunday aftwnoon,. the 2ist April, at 2.45. I am requested by the convener to extend to the members of the hospital, committee a cor dial invitation to be present." The patronage of the committee was duly accorded'. ■ Correspondence was read' from1 Mrs. Yeo, hon. secretary to the Berrima District Min istering Children's League of Moss Vale,, relative to the euoport of a cot or bed. The bon. secretary was deputed, t...
A RECENT CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 April 1901
A-RECENT OASB.:. The, following com meet by the Southern Cross (Melbourne)Dr. O'Haran and the. whole Roman Catbolip Church may. bo frankly congratulated ou . the result of the trial. A ,verdict against the. correspondent would have been h scandal 'of^the' bigho.it dimensions against tbe Church of. which ho' is.a dignatary. The case, of , course, still bristles with mysteries. Why the plaintiff in this case should have been , deprived of legal assistance, and, compelled to conduct his case in. person, is one such mystery. The. charge which deprived hitn, of; his solicitor in the first case—a.; charge which the jury rejected .without hearing the evi dence for.the.defence—is another mystery. Whether the letters which played ■ such . a part in the,second trial were, ,orc were-, not, forgeries, and how-they, came into., the hands of the counsel for the,defence, is-, an other mystery; and these mysteries, it may be added, are never .likc-ly to be solved. 'Die J whole, case, on any .readin...
A Runaway. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 April 1901
A Runaway. On Sunday afternoon Mir. Farquh'ar." McRae (of Lower Mittagong).,and his brother were driving from Mittagong to« Bow.ral in.a sulky. Whilst coming over* the Gib hill the horse took fright and* made-off at a rather unusual' rate; The? occupants- by some means successfully, managed-to alight from the sulky without" any serious- hurt, but the maddened', steed did not slacken his rapid pace one: iota*. Swerving a little to the right as he dashed past the railway bridge the turn out suddenly came in- contact' with an. alignment post opposite' Mr. .Wi R; Far row's residence; The force' of. the- col lision disconnected1 the hdrse from the; sulky, but the former heedless of the mass-, of ruins it left behind continued to reck lessly. forge ahead, until at last stopped im one of the side streets by. Mr. G. Terry.. Luckily there were no-accidents.
The "Smoko" Sheep Shearing Machine. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901
"Smoko" Sheep Shearing Machine. Not many years buck the iiloa of sheaving sheep by machinery was laughed at ax a fanciful impossibility, but in this marvellous age of progress there seems to be almost no limit to the inventive genius of man, and now wo have move than half the entire sheep of this State stripped of their fleeces by the in genious shearing machine. TheNewall Engineering Company, Ltd.. in' putting their " Smoko " machine bofore tho great crowds that assembled round their stand, seemingly were not afraid of giving practical tests at all times during the show, for sheep after sheep was stripped of its wool in the full view of numbers of long-headed sheep owners and other men of expern#lce, and the verdict on all sides was that it was a marvol. The sheep wcie shorn as evenly and cleanly as it was possible to imagine, and that too, with the greatest of ease and quick ness. We understand from Mr. Guthrie that because of these facts squatters in various parts are taking out ...
Cream Separators. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901
Cream Separators. Some excellent samples of cream separators were exhibited this year at the Boyal Agricul tural Show. One which received a deal or favourable comment was that of Messrs. J. Gonimesen &lt;fc Co., of 2't Wilson Street, New town, the agents for the appropriately named "Perfect" Separator. The "Perfect" is turned ou.t'by. the Danish firm of Burnieister ; it Wain, who employ some 2000 hands, and supply the world with all classes of • dairy requisites. " Denmark is, of conrse, tho hub of the dairying, world, and Messrs. Burnieister and Wain at Copenhagen had the advantage of being able to make use of the latess .dis- - coveries ; revealed in tho butler trade when ■ designing their great machine. Awarded fil'st prize (the Grand Prix) at the Paris Ejihilii Sanderaan's Wine Exhibit. tion Inst year, anil judged by the assembled exports to be the best of its class yet invented, it should command an enormous sale in Aus tralia. The '• Perfect" is simple in construc tion...
The Federal Wire Strainer and Splicer. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901
The Federal Wire Strainer and Splicer. We saw nl. work at tlio I loyal AgnctilUiml Show tlio Federal Wire Strainer ami Splicer. It performed two operations nt the one time, mul it will, witliont cionlit, be in universal use nil over the world. It is patented in nil the States, and the sales, so the manufacturers aver, far exceed the power of production, so rapid has been the onslaught of graziers, sheep farmers, and others, who havo recognised its simpleness, effectiveness, powerfulncss, dur ablcnosj, cheapness, neatne-s and economy. Tho erected fence on the ground was the objcct of the most intense interest, and tho "Smoko" Sheep-Shearing Machine. appellation of Federal is n happy one, as the sitnplo contrivance unites and binds wives from opposite directions, from a ten-chain strain cach way. Each strainer, which is about_ four inches long, is complete in itself, the wires are caught in n splice in the centre of the contrivance, and by the use of n lever the strain is effected, an...