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Mr. Compton. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 July 1901

Mr. CoaiaptoM. It is with pleasure we announce that Mr. Cecil Compton has siifliuiently recovered "from liis recent Revere illness to bo enable! to leave (ho Cottage llospital and return to his homo and family at Mobs Vale., Although Mr. Com ptoii left the hospital on Thursday, lie is riot yet fit to resume his musical, duties, but application has been made for his en trance to the Walker Convalescent Home in Sydney, where it is thought a few weeks' rest will build him [up gngain. The 'fact 'ihat Mr. Oompton is again [able to leave the hospital, reflects the highest pos sible credit on the. mod ical skill 'and hurpiiif; atten dance brought to bear in the Institution, for his cbn ;ditioh:for weeks was vory precarious. and, at times ■ not the slightest hopes wero held out for his recov 'ery. . ,^Ve truHt that he Will soon be able to reBUme .his duties as organist at St. Jude'j, Bowral.1

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Sparks at the Debate. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 July 1901

Sparks at tlie Debate. ; Jin. OitF.scHuit: Mr.-ftporikt'i/T risrrto a point of; ntdo.r—ray point in soand-Ko—and my.contention .is— | Tho Speitkfr thinking that to state 'the point of; order was sufficient, replied—This house does irioti deal in contentions. (fioars-oHaughto!;). j Mr. Drcschnr : Mr. Speaker, I rise'to n point of of order. 1 want to know what.the hon. gentlemen, (Mr. Wilkinson) is discussing. .1 look upon it as: unnecessary. ' Mr. Wilkinson : 1 can answer that question, I\Ir. Speaker — I am doing and discussing what tlin: Loader oftlie Opposition ought to he doing, .butj has not tho political courage to do. (Applause). i Mr. Drescher: I did not think .1 had such a chain-; pion. (Laughter).

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 July 1901

Every BSottle Of Chamberlain's Coupli Koruerly is guarnntee'l to give immediate relief and to euro your cold J It is tho remedy that you can depend on to cure a courIi ■or lung affection brought on by exposure to cold. For Bale by D. Morgan, Chemist, Bowral. On Monday Alderman Evans, of Pioton, who is a blaoksrnith. took an old pea riSe which had been in his possession over two years, and proceeded to make the barrel into chisels. He heated the muzzle end, and drew it out, and was cutting the stock- end oEf for a like purpose, when it exploded in his face, severely damaging his eyes. The rifle, it.,appcara, was loaded. - " ■ Mr. I-Iordern is oredited with a number of gener ous nets in connection with the recent fire at the Em porium. He is aaid to be paying all the employees whilst losing time waiting for re employment by ■the firm. Another incident is worth recording. On Tuesday morning the man employed as policeman, at the temporary premises (the Exhibition HuildinR) was noticed b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 July 1901

Bowral Council. Titdiisday, Jtjly 18,1901. Pbf.hbnt: Aid. J. II. Ohristin (Mayor), J. J. Camp hell, T. Mathowson, 3?. B. Kyngdon, Joa. Stokes, W. Murray, and M. Rice. Correspondence. From Public Works Department, stating that two ensigns had been forwarded to tlio Council from the recent Commonwealth and Hoyal Visit oolebrationa. From Mr. J. Patterson, asking for a load or -two' of ashes tn bo put in front of bis premises in Merri gang Htroot.—Deoided that ashes bo piit down when available. The Gleeson Tablet. From Mr. S.W. Hodge, sooretary of " Returnnd Soldiors' Fund," statingthut at a committee meeting held on l7fh July, the following motions wore carried That this sub-committee appointed to suggest a suitable inscription for the proposed tab let, hereby forwards a tax1, of inscription, and res pectfully suggest to the Council that the tablet bo placed within the Conucil Chambers also " That the tablet bo of braBB, with the following inscrip tion ' In Memirium, Sr.rgt. Major Glee...

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The School Water. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 July 1901

Xlie Sclaool Water; Tins followir.ir roplv has heen received by tho 'Bow.: rul council from the Donartment- of Public Tnstruc-: tiod conormiug tho,public school water at Bowral.-: Dcpurtmontof Public Instruction, Sydney, 16th July, 1901. Sir,—'I am di roc tod to acquaint you that the Minister of Public Instruction Ims'had under notion your letter of tho 21st ultimo, forwarding ft copy of •a resolution passed by tho Bowral municipal council oondomnatory of the alleged delay on tlio part of this department in cleaning ont tho tanks at the 'local Superior Public School. 2. Having considered a report upon the matter furnished by tho District Inspector of Schools, the Minister desires me to stato that tho tanks contain-' intr the water used by tho pupils w.iro cleaned out as soon as circumstances permitted, and that ar rangements wero made to'havo the others,inoluding tho underground tan k.oloaned cut during tho rooent vacation. As regards the alleged urgency of tho matter, Mr. Perry wis...

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Local and District Notes. WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 July 1901

L,ocal and District Notes. By " Carrier." ■ (And from our Correspondents.) WEDDING. A vory happy couplo from Picton alifihted from the express train at Bowral on Wednesday evening at 8 o'olook. They hnd that day been united in the holy bonds of matrimony. The bvido belonged to Picton, and the .groom hailed from Sydnoy. Thoy boarded the train at Picton amidst perfect and in cessant Bhowers of rico and confetti from a large number of friends and well-wishers of both Bexes who had assembled on the platform. The happy couple in question (Mr. and Mrs. Tjarkin) are speed ing their honeymoon, in Bowial, aftor whioh they will take up thoir residonee in Sydney. Wo wiBh them every happiness.

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Roman Catholic Church. Rev. Fr. Sheridan. Salvation Army. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 July 1901

Roman Catholic Church. Rev. Fr. Sheridan. Salvation Army. . Barracks, Oddfellows' Hall, 13owro!i 7 and It a.m; ■ " 3 and"7p'm.' ' Eosign Isabel Duffoll.

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MITTACONC. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 July 1901

MITTAC0NC. Tha Mittagong Recreation Ground on. Wednesday last was the scene of ft bicycle raoo which created a good deal of interest. Tho race was for £5 aside, and botween two local scorchers — Wright and Blacker—the former winning the 3J' miles oasily.' The winners of the other events wore—G. Hill and il. Dowling, the former winning the hall-mile race, and the latter the mile race. . !

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NOTES FROM BURRAWANG. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 July 1901

NOTES FROM BURRAWANG A largo and representative meeting 01 muuonuai gentlemon in Burrawang and surrounding district met in tlio Commercial ITotel on the 13fh inat, for the purpose of considering in what way iihey would mark the high ostcom' with which Mr. A. K. Duke Yonge is icgarded by his many friends in this dis trict. It was decidod to present that gentleman with a purso of sovereigns at a social prior to his de parture from the district. Mr. Yonge hag oooupied tho position of manager of the E.S. ond A. Bank in Burrawang for about the past ton years, and during that time ho has been closcly identified with evory forward step of progress made in- this little village, such as Rifle Team, Lawn Tennis, Vigilant Commit tee, Ac. Mr. Yongo's kind and genial disposition having won tho esteem and good will of oil who came in contact with him.

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Stray Notes. To the Editor "Bowral and Robertson Free Press." [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 July 1901

Stray; Motes.% To the Editor1' UomrnI ami Robertson Free Press." Sin.—It is quits evident that there is at least' one individual living in or near Bowial; who has no respect for himself. Neiiher haw he any for the farmers .in ihe Hm-ronnding district who: are trying , to make a.'living on tlio land, and have to battle with nil kinds of vermin from one. year end to another,.and are compelled to. keep good dogs to assist them in .trying to save a.little of the produut of the soil,' to enable them to: live ancl.pny their way, which has-heen a very difficult task for the last|i.8ix,_ years, and. we hove . now. rabbitH marching into, our district in large numbers, and yet' some- wanton scoundrel is in <i dastardly-,manner poisoning our boat friends. Without good dogs and gunB it would bo a matter of impossibility for farmers to jive in the Kangaloon and Robertson portions of the district, which is the main support- of Botvral.' More than one of us was told when in Bowral* oil ...

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BUNMNOON. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 July 1901

BUNMNQON On Saturday .evening last- a sanaay.,* Mcnooi;: Teachers' social in connoction with. the Primitive; Methodist Church was hell in the school room." The; parents of the ohildren and the elder scholars at-: tended. The meeting was presided.over by the pas-j tor. tlio Rev. A. W. Parton, and a paper wan read by: Mr. Walter Layton, the superintendent of the Sun-, day. School, the subjcct being "How to retain the! elder scholars in the School." Ail interesting dis-' cussion followed, and the remainder of the evening, was spent in social enjoyment. •

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 July 1901

Death. WE regret to record the death of an esteemed Bow- ral friend in the person of Mrs. Miriam Davis, of Harris-street, Balmain, second eldest daughter of Mr. Samuel Frost, of Bowral-street, Bowral, which took place at her residence early yesterday (Friday) morning, after a very painful illness.  

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Wesleyan Church. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 July 1901

Wesleyan Church. Bowral, Rev M Mnddern 11, Mr Knowles 7   Mittagong Mr. J. Geary 11, Mr YV.Richurda ,7 . Moss Va'e, Bgv M Mnddern 3 . llnlmoral, MrDoiisi 11 ' ' Robertson, Rev F J liraneh 7 Eangnloon, Rev P J Uraueh 11 Myra Vale, Rev F J liranch 3 *

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Back from the War. MR. G. T. REID RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 July 1901

Back from the War. MR. G. T. REID RETURNS. SERGT. G. T. REID, a native of this district, and known as No. 491 of the Citizen's Bushmen's Con- tingent, left Sydney by the Atlantian for South Africa on March 1, 1900, returned in the Aberdeen on 14th June, 1901, and is now spending a few days with his friends and relatives in this part. Segt. Reid paid a visit to our office yesterday, and gave the fol-   lowing items of news concerning the war which will doubtless be read with interest by our many read- ers.           Arriving in Africa, the company star-   ted from Beira under Colonel Airey on 11th April, 1900, to join Sir Frederick Carrington's forces in effecting the relief   of Mafeking. By forced marching they arrived at Buluwayo, a distance of 350 miles, but when there they heard the place had been relieved. Four-and-a-half   days' journey in the train brought the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 July 1901

Expiration of Lease and a Clearing Sale at'HAIG & CP's. GIVING UP BUSINESS, we intend sacrificing the whole of our Stock'; and wil! offer at greatly reduced prices the whole of our well assorted DR.-A.3PI3R.Y STOCK. Later on, when we have gone through and re-marked our Groceries, Ironmongery, Crockery ware, etc., we will include these at prices that will soon effect a clearance. THIS SALE OF SEASONABLE DRAPERY is now on, and will continue until every line is sold. Every article WILL BE RE-MARKED AT REDUCED PRICES. Dress Goods, Largo Reductions under Manufacturers'cost. Dress Lengths 17/6,16/6,13/0, to clear a tlO/-por dress. Remnants half-price. . Dross Goods 1/8, 1/10, aDd 2/C yd, to clear at 1/- yd. All wool Navy Dress Sergq, 1/3: solo" price lid. • .Blankets, special prioes to clear. Travelling Rugs, salo price Ga. - ' White Linen damasks -la 3d yd, sale price 3s od. Serviettes at clearing prices.'.' Plain Muslins, Id yd. Striped Flannelettes, 2Jd yd. Re'verBibIa Bordered...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 July 1901

J. FENTON, Burrawang, WISHES to announce to the residents o! ihe ' district that he has token, over the iiLACK SMITHING and WHEELWIUGBT BUSINESS rdcontly carried on at Mr. Patkar's." promisep, and. hopes !>y Ktrict attention to husiness and Rood work manahip to receive a fair, share of public patron age. Horse Shoeing a Speciality. 813 _ ' At . Haagf &. Co's Clear ing Sale, every article reduced.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 July 1901

'.O.FI A MBEBL A IN.'S C 0 UG H EE ME D.Y Relieves over night the most stubborn cold, as well as all ita "oomplicutionR—tickling in the throat, husky voioe and violent coughing. For sale by D. Morgan, OhemiBt, BowraL. One of the soldiers from the Gundagai district who went over to South Africa some lime back, on getting his discharge,, settled over.there, and is now about to be married —to a Boer girl. That's a 8imple way of Beetling the South African difficulty.

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Stop That Coughing. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 July 1901

Stop That Coughing. 5Tou can stop that coughing by usin« Chamberlain's Couyli Itumedy. Is relieves the lungs, aids expec toration, and effects a prompt and permanent oute. For sale by J). Morgan, Chemist, Bowral. Swain was his wife's sister. He had | never told Mrs. Swain that he had a good thing on owing to his wife's death. He had never suggested to Dr. Marshall that he should collcct his debts. His daugh ter had told'him that if Dr; Marshall had come at 9.30 a.m. instead of 9.30 p.m. his wife would have been alive. Continuing, the witness said that he had not been known by any other name. When Dr. Marshall addressed him as Short he took no notice of it because he was so distressed. He had never gone by the name of Green. Mr. Abigail: Have you ever been known by a number ?—What do you mean ? I will put it more plainly. Did you serve a sentence in Tasmania ?—Yes, I served two months for assault, twenty four years ago. You were charged in this State with illegally using a horse ?—I ...

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An Exhumation Case. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 July 1901

An Exhumation Case. The City Coroner, Mr. J. C. Whore, resum ed the inquest on Monday which was open ed on Friday, 12th inst,, concerning the death of ft married woman named Emily Ethel Ritchie, aged 40, which took place at her roeidence, Albert place, Surry Hills, on June 29 last. The body had been exhumed from Rookwood cemetery on Thursday, 11th iuBt. Mr. Tillett (prosecuting offioer, Crown Law Office, appeared in the interests of the Crown. Mr. J. B. Frawley watched the case for'Dr. F. W. Marshall, and Mr. James W. Abigail for Nurse Mayno. Dr. Jamieson said that on the 12th inst. in conjunction with Dr. Corlette, he made a post mortem examination of the body of Iho ! deceased. The appearanoe of the organs, generally were suoh as are usually found [ in death from hermorrhage. He accounted j for tho fresh state of the body first by the i fact that tho deceased did not die of blood [ poisoning, bat from acute aanemia from (hemorrhage; secondly by the cold ness of the weather at the ...

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BOWRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 July 1901

BOWRAIi MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Meets every alternate Thursday, at tha Council Cburabers, nt 7.80 p.m. . - Clerk's pfHoe hours are : Tuesdays, from 10 to 12 a.m.; Wednesdays, 7 to 9 p.m. : Fridays, 3 to 5 p.m. Alderman J. M. Christie, Mayor. Mr. W. K. Farrow, council olerk.

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