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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 July 1901

MUST BE SOfeD, p^DUCED PRICEgl i^Ol? p»RES^ GQODS, Flannels, Flannelettes, hosiery, ^nd all Winte£-£rQpds. SALE PRICES for cash AT MARSTONU Opposite Rice's Hotel, ->BOWRAL. C . flouse-Painting, PAPER-HANGING, DECORATING. ■ Picture Frames of every descrip tion made to order." " All Workmanship Guarantee^. A. E. LEES gbop : TVlerrigang gti^eet, (Opposite Milton House, Bowral). ■ ■ -• - /• 589 i many Pounds a year ' saved by Buying at Haig and Co's. Colin Ferguson, VIOLINIST. VISITS BOWRAt. every TUESDAY ana ; FRIDAY. /' .'-v ' ■ ■' For Terms, <fco., apply Mr. Ebb. Davis, Bang Bong-street. '• • J ■ > • 27G SflTr. Cecil Compkn. Fusils Received or Visited in Bowral and . Djstrio^, PIANOFORTE, ORGAN, AND SINGING. Candidates prepared for College and University Examinations in Theoretical and J ' *' ' ^ Practical Music. •' Address : Bosf Office, Bowbal. THIS CHILD WAS BROUGHT UP ON WlLK ARROWROOT EISCUITS^^ | /HOW TO GTVB • TUB BISCUITS' i for very-young . CHILDREN, rub the...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 July 1901

,'Saya the Evening Nowa:—" Trumpeter W. "0, Pugb, who went away with the 3rd Bcgiment o( New South Wales Mounted Infantry, under .Colonei - JjasBetter, has addressed a letter to his parents, Mr. .and Mrs. John Pugh, 71 Castlereagh-street, BeA fern, whioh forms interesting reading. Ho has not yet .leached his 16th year, but seems to have settled down to campaigning readily. Trumpeter Pugh dates his letter from Plat Rand, Transvaal,.Klay 31 last. Be says i ' This is the first opportunity since leaving the boat I have had of writing you. .. . - Enalosed in thin letter you will find a few Boer stamps, whioh I have -got in farm houses. We ofte« break up organs and pianos for firewoocL There iB lovely furniture in some of the Boet houses. We take 'the women and obildrea, then blow the houses down, and burn the farm crops. We have done this to hundreds of places. .. . ... Tell M. to remember me to all the boys round at :the church, St. Paul's, Kedfern, and tell them I ara .growing, and get...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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OLD SAYINGS IN RHYMES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 July 1901

OLD SAYINGS " IN Blii'JIES. As poor as a,church mouse., as thin as a rail, As int. as a porpoise, as rough as a gale; . Ah -brave m a lion, as spry as a cat, As bright,as a sixpence, as weak as a rat. As piouil as a pencoclc, as sly as n fox, As mad as a March hare, as strong as an .03, As fair as a lily, as empty as air, As rich as was Otcojaaj as cross as a bear. - ' . As pure as an angel, as'heat as a pin, As smart as a steel trap, aa ugly as sin, As dead as a doornail, as whito as a sheet,, As fiat as a pancako, as rod as a beet As round as an apple, &o blaolc as your lint, ..As brown as a herry, as blincLae.a bat, As mean as a miser, as Cull as a ticl^, " As^plutnjp as a partridge, as sharp as astick, As clean as a penny, as dark as a pall, As hard as a millstone, as bitter as gall/ ' . As fine asa .fiddle, aa olear as a bell, As dry as a herring, as deep as a well. . As 'light as a leather, as hard as a rosk, As stiff as a .polter, a8 oalm as a .clpck, As green as a go...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shooting a Dog. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 July 1901

Shooting sl Dog. In view of there being so much wanton poisoning of dogs lately iiu Bowral the following cutting from Friday's •" J5aj)y Telegraph " may perhaps .have a deter • rent effect.:— . M Berry, Thursday.—A case of consid erable interest to owners of .dogs has been adjudicated by the Nowra bench of mag istrates. Robert Low was charged with maliciously shooting a dog., the property of Francis Wiegand. The plaintiffs story was to the effect that he owned a black ■sporting dog, Which he let loose to have ■a. run on the morning of "June -20. Two orihree minutes afterwards he .heard ,a shot from a pea-rifle aod a <dog squeal. He took no notice at Jtihe -tirriej but as the .dog was .not home7 by .dinner itaiye .he went in search of hiav and found him lying in a _wo^nde<3^»idition.. : After lingering for"a few {frys the .dog died. The .dog, which was a very .quiet one, was wearing a collar' bearing his name when shot, and he valued it at £10. Petendant, who ad...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 July 1901

John Bunyan in his prison cell, ,0h Pilgrim's Progress loved to dwell. And nearly all that startling tale He wrote while pining in a gaol. His work lives on though ' John suc cumbed, - No doubt the damp his limbshad numbed. And gave him cold ; his death that's sure, He'd not got Woods', Great Peppermint Cure. • ' '

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOW A C.I.V. GAINED THE VICTOBIA CROSS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 July 1901

a HOW A C.I.V. GAINED THE VICTOBIA ;CROSS. PsiviTEr Martin Hanlon, who joined the " Gr'' Company of the 2nd London Rifles some years ago, is tlie only on a of the "City imperial Volunteers who has won the Vic toriaiCross. After ft fight' near Bloemfbn ifceiii, .water was very badly needed for the pounded, but the nearest was eight miles away. > Private Hanlon, however, volunteer ed to fetch it, and set out with a number of water-bottles. Before he had completed six ruilcs, his bridle-rein was shot through, and subsequently his horse was killed. He managed to complete the remainder of the journey on foot, although he was under fire the whole time, and succeeded in filling the water-bottles. He then had to return the eight miles, and, by crawling out of the range of fire, was nblo to bring the inval uable water to his wounded comrades.

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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"THE ABSENT-MINDED ALDERMEN." (With apoligies to Rudyard Kipling.) [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 July 1901

i/Witlb npo'loMsfi to Huflynivd J£i®Kiag..j) Bj a. The following lliiiaes .a<Ee .tiilkeu feoo itfoe (Goulb.uru SPuuiry (Post, iEJi*y ^peuik Etc themselves::— . " ' Wlion we've shouted " fira.vo Qbatllii;,'v said your -".naughty wurdfy'', When you'yt iluiahud killing Ohar'ie with mouth, . Wa'.l be .taxed » pound or <t.wo :to iielp to b.w tCUs ' till, <5f a little man of red if-ipe.ordered s >ulU. "0. R.'d" a tratliful-minded .uitigaii^ and line strength of u. .m is great, For an u.difforent role it ia we find liim;; He as.out on aotiro fleirica .cautiiug toue tto •most ■ (their fate, And a lot o' little -chips ,a-flyin ronnd'him. 'Poli emon -and lawyfira .unci aldermen ,by (the -eaure— Taken all to lu^ one man to gaoj, jpity thece (ain"tt ■some rnore— - Each of tbam doing .their conscience work, fthtf* none ot them minded 'the tree*. ((I wonder who, it will turn .out;, will 3»a*e Ac mar •the fees ?,) ...... But now the Arcadian's going to oouct I m...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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WOMEN SMOKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 July 1901

WOMEN. "SMOKERS, v Dr. Legerix, one of the, most-active of French, tobacco phobes. is . considerably.' alarmed at the progress. of smoking among women. " It is simply disgusting," he says. "In fashionable-society, in their ' 5 o'clocks1 and ' at homes.'-in their private re-unions, and in their bedoirs, women smoke regularly... Young and old, women of town and of the.country, naid dle class women, and -literary women, smoke in public and in private. I have tracked nicotine to the vital parts.of moire than one lady of exemplary character, and discovered in their haunts of learn ing the use of tobacco. It is a tyranitfcal passion, enslaving,' disgusting, dangerous^ and pernicious; and with all rpv force I would advise the cry : of alarm. •; The three stages of the nicotine vice are fo hacco, disease, aad death." ~ " AH sporting men';will regret, to hear .of the death of Peter Jackson, the ex-cham pion boxer, which occurred at. Rotva, Queensland, on Saturday riight last.- For a Jong tim...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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LOVERS' LUNCHEONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 July 1901

LOVERS' LUNCHEONS. Dr. Leopold Reiger, a fashionable Vienna : dentist, has jjust 6ued this assistant (Dr. I Von Auer) for the suni of ^"130, being the estimated value of certain luncheons and dinners eaten by the latter while he was j the fiancee pf Dr. Reiger's daughter. The engagement lasted two months, • and. was then broken off. Dr. Reiger maintains that the. food, was obtained under false pretences, as his assistant was never ser ious in his-intentions to 'hi? daughter. After a good deal of argument 'the'-case was decided'against Dr. .Reiger, who has to pay ebsts amounting tc) - ■

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Quarrel About Trees. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 July 1901

Quarrel About Trees. The matter of Mr. Chas. Rogers destroy ing two trees in Montague street, by ring barking them, a couple of weeks ago, on the ground that their roots interfered with, the foundations of his premises at the cor ner of Auburn and Montague-streets, came before the borough council on Thursday. A number of letters that passed between Mr. Rogers and the town clerk and the borough solicitor having been read* Alderman O'Brien moved— u TQiat Mr. Charles Rogers- having, ac coralag to his own admission, destroyed the two trees in Montague-street., in the face .of the refusal of this council to re move the same, the city solicitor be in structed to proceed against Mr.- Rogers for damages for wilful trespass." Alder man Knowlman seconded the motion, which was opposed by Alderman Ayling. Alderman Costley moved as an amend ment—"That Mr. Rogers be proceeded against, under by-law 96, in .the police court." This was seconded by Alderman Barrett A long discussion followed,, some o...

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Another Great Fire. DAMAGE £20,000. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 July 1901

Another Great Fire. DAMAGE /20,00a Mr. Crago's flour mills at Newtown were the scene of a large and disastrous fire ■early on Sunday morning, resulting in the total destruction of the mill itself, a large amount of valuable machinery which it contained, and severe damage to stock by .fire and water. The fire started in or near the engine xpom, which is situated just behind one. of the store rooms, and communicates with the machinery inside the mill. All milling appliances were by Siemens, and are said to have been the most up-to ,date;of their kind in Australia. 'It there fore represented a considerable money lvalue.' At the time of the outbreak the quantity of stock stored there was no thing unusual, but was as follows-:—Jn the mill proper there was about 5000 bushels of wheat in course of preparation for grinding, in the centre building or, storeroom there was upwards of 700 tons of flour stacked ready for delivery ; in a storeroom at the back of the silo between 16,000 and 18,000...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Military Matters. APPOINTMENTS AND PROMOTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 July 1901

military Mattens. APPOINTMENTS AND PROMOTIONS. The following local promotions in the New Soutb Wales comingeuts on active service iu South Africa are published fur informa tion in general orders:—Gth Regiment, Im perial Bush men : Captain G. D. Ryrio to be Major, supernumerary to establishment^ dat ed l2fcli November, 1900;, Lieutenant J. E. Qxleyi to be captain, vice Waldron, invalid' ed to Australia, dated 18th December, 1900. .2nd N.S.W. Mounted Rifles;: Captain A. G. Eokford, 3rd N. S.W. Contingent, to be Major supernumerary to establishment, dat ed May 8, 1901; Lieutenant S, It. Gell, 8rd N.S,W. Contingent, to be captain supernumerary to establishment, dated May 8,1901; to be lieutenants supernumerary to establishments, dated May >8, 1901, Sergeant H. De Mestre, 3rd N.S.W. Con tingent, Sergeant F,. W. S. Cox, 3rd N.S.W. Contingent. 3rd N.S.W. Mounted Rifles: To be lieutenants supernumerary to establishments, dated May 8, 1901, Ser geant E. Foster, 8rd N.S.W. Contingent,, Ser...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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THE CLERGYMAN IN POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 July 1901

,THjE CLERGYMAN. 'IN POLITICS. Molpng, Friday.—At the quarterly meet ting of the Molong Wesley art Church the following motion was unanimously adopt ed That as the action of our nainis ter; the Rev J. Ward Harrison, in taking the stand he did prior to the late general election in regard to the temperance ques tion and the observance of Sunday as a day divinply instituted, has been publicly attacked in the press and on the political platform, we, the local preachers and :Cifficersof the Wesleyan Methodi.s.t Church Assembled, fully endorse his sentiments as expressed, and would consider the silence of a minister of religion on such matters to be a gross neglect of duty to. the detri ment and moral welfare of his people and the community at large.

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THE FIRE AT HORDERN'S. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 July 1901

' THE FIRE AT HORDERN'S. On Saturday the work of demolishing the jyalls that had remained standing was ^proceeded with, and the strong room, which contained over £"5000 in cash, be sides a quantity of jewellery and the ■firings books, were examined; •• The coa 'fents were practically uninjured. Another :safe containing ^*200. change had to be broken open, when the money was re moved. The burial of Harry Clegg took 1 place on Saturday afternoon in the pres ence of an enormous crowd. He was in terred with military honors. Mr.fi. Hordem undertakes to pay the widow of Mr. Daebwood, his engineer, if he is proved te Imvo perished in. the fire, £2 per weejc for five years towards the mainten ance of herself and five children, 011 the un derstanding that if she marries again within that period the: allowance shall be applied wholly to the mnintonance'ahd education of the children. Mr. IJordera also proposes fp teach everyone of tho children a branch of his business and to find tliem employ ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 July 1901

Expiration of Lease a Clearing Sale 3 HAIG & CO's. IVING UP BUSINESS, we intend sacrificing the whole of our Stock-; and T-1 will offer at greatly reduced prices the whole of our well assorted DRAPERY STOCK. Later on, when we have • M e.through.and re-marked our Groceries, Ironmongery, Crockeryware, .etc.,, w.e will i.r^de.these at prices that will soon effect a clearance. THIS SALS OP SEASONABLE DRAPERY is now on, and will continue until every line is sold. Every article WILL BE RE'MARKED AT EDUCED PRICES. ■D*ea0 Goods, Largo Reductions undor Manufacturers' cost. jDress Lengths 17/6, 10/G, 13/6, to oleur at 10/- per dress. Romnants half-prioo. UrOBB Goods 1/8, 1/10, and 2/6 yd, to olear at 1/- yd. All wool Navy Dress Serge, 1/3: Bale price 114. v blankets, speoial priooa to clear. Travelling Rugs, salo price Gs. ■AT'iito Linon damasks 4<< 3d yd, sale price 3s 6d. Serviettes at clearing prieeq. plain Muslins, Id yd. Striped Manuelottes, 2jd yd. Reversib...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 July 1901

A THOROUGHLY accomplished and oxperienc. ed GOVERNESS wishes for private pupils in Bowral. Apply to " Conscientious," Post Office, liowral. 8G't N OTIC E, JW. NORMAN, Eutoher, will open thoprem • iscs lately ocoupicd by the Sutton Forest Butchering Company, liowral, on MONDAY NEXT, the 22nd inat. J.W.N, hopes by strict attontion to business, combined with civility, to command a fair share of patronage, Beof, mutton, pork, lamb, and veal of the bost quality. Poultry of all kinds alivo or dressed to order.. DR. CRAWFORD, Dentist, MAY BE CONSUIiTEP AT THE TOWN HALL, BOWRAL. Late assistant to Mr. E. 0- Bryden ofGoulburn. C987 At Haig & Co's Clearing Sale, 6 pairs Socks for XS« STENOGRAPHY, AW. BEER is prepared to receive pupil* . for SHORTHAND. Particulars and terras' on appUcc,t>on at Office of This Paper. 26fi J. FENTON, ; Burrawang, a WISHES to announoo to the residonta of tha district that ho has takon over the BL4CK-. SMITHING and WHEELWRIGHT BUSINESS rdcently earriod on...

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Bowral Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 July 1901

Bowral Police Court. On Saturday morning at the Bowral Police Court before Messrs. Mackenzie and^W,. Murray, Js.P., Fredrrick Robert Lee waB charged with being of unsound mind. Senior-Const. Gallagher stated that he arrested Lee at the Bowral railway station on the 12th .instant,; be said that people <were trying to kill him, and that he oould constantly hear theni whispering and calling him filthy names ; as tho man appeared to be insane and was wandering at large , with out proper care, he was taken into custody; since Lee was in the lock-up he had not slept, and was always talking to himself and appeared to think that someone was going to kill him. v,. . Drs. Vallack and Bassil Foulds bqtb, testified to-Lee being of unsound mind, that he had'hallucinations and illusious, and was a suitable case for treatment in a hospital for insane. Their statements were to'the eJETeot that the patient says that voices in the air were whispering to him threatening violence; that he se...

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Salvation Army. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 July 1901

Salvation Army. A faukwell tea was accorJod by the sol diers of the local Salvation Army, at tho quarters Inst night (Tuesday), to'Lieutenant Allen, on tho eve of her departure for Bulli. For the past six mouths tlio Lieutenant has been stationed in Bowrai with Ensign Duffell. Sbe won Ihe respect of the soldiers and all with whom sbe catne in contaotj and it is earnestly Loped that con tinued success will attend her efforts at' Bulli.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 July 1901

That man failed to shut the door, and the strong draft struck you ■squaroly in tfye chcst. . n A draft means; cold, a poiijjh, pneumonia, ^nd often tho beginning; of consumption itself. Tou sliun a draft. But you can'fc when riding ia the .street-cars; either ia the closedoropencars. Xheji keep at hands bottle of Aye r's It will cure a "street-car .cold" in a. night. The moment you feel .chilly of feverish, want .to cough, .or have any tightness in the chest take' a dose. Thp relief is immediate. ' Jut up in large and small bottles, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Plaster js a_ great aid to the Cherry PectoraL^Placed directly over the painful lung, it drawa out all soreness, relieves congestion, and imparts-great strength. ■ Prcpirel by Dr J. C. AyerCo., Lowell, Mua., U.S.A. MAFEKING DINING ROOMS. Mrs. G.S. Gushing, Having taken over the Business recently carried on by Mrs. A. Beattie, lias removed to more Commodious Premises Opposite Rutherford's, Bong Bong street. . .Choicest .Fruit and Co...

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RATHER EXCITED. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 July 1901

RATHER EXCITED. ' Georgeshe screamed, ' my peoU r ' What's the matter ?' ■ r ' There's a pillawattcr-r—' ' A what ?' !: I ' A taperkiller ' ' Whut in the world do you mean ?' 1 ' 01), dear-J' she moaned, as she clutched him frantically. " A killeipuller ! ^ou know, George, what I mean—a patter killer.' ' Oh !' said George, with evident relief. And ho proceeded to brush a green cater pillar from off her neck. At the instance of the Butter Associa tion, Pearks, Gunston, and Tee, Limited, have, been fined at the Marylebone (Lon don). Police .Court, £10 and costs,.for sell ing colonial butter which had been mixed with churned milk, thus increasing the weight by from 2olb to 301b per cwt; The firm gave notice of appeal. A11 Attack of l'lieuupuniii War<leil#ff, " S-jmo time ai?o my daughter caught a suvere" cold., Sho complained of painR in her chest tin <3. hal a bad cough. I gave Iter Chamber lain'nOouirh" Remedy aroording to directions and in two dnys cho wiia wel...

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