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Old Age Pensions. BOWRAL'S QUOTA. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 July 1901

Old Age Pensions. BOWRAL'S QUOTA. The following were among the applications granted by the local board (Messrs. W. S. Casweir and Roberts) at Goulbarn on Thursday last.:—> Ann Bays, widow, Bowral, 74 years. Lillias Baxter, Bowral, 65. Patrick Sheehan, Bowral, 09. Charlotte Bowden, Bowral, 67. Jonathan Henry Ling, laborer, Bowral, 66. Jean McCarthy, widow, Bowral, 71. James Clarence Webster, gardener, Bow ral, 70. Thomas Payne, laborer, Bowral, 73. Peter Reilly, coachdriver, Mobs Vale, 65. Notwithstanding the faot that tbe looal board of inquiry bave endeavoured to make perfectlydear to applicants what they are required to do, persons are still presenting applications not filled in correctly. Unless the papers are filled np according to instruc tions they cannot be considered, and the looal board think it advisable for all - appli cants who have not yet been dealt with to attend at the court house and see what is required of them. A form is supplied and this has to be filled in by...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 July 1901

Tea ! Tea!! WE always havo on hand new shipments of speoially prepared Ceylon, Indian, and China Teas to suit our customers. Wo also keep tho best Coffee, Cocoa, and Essence ol Coffee. If yon have not tried our Tea, send lor sample, free on application. We bavo tbo Flavoring Tea in lib,. 21b,. and 51b, boxes. Price—5/ per lb. (No Agent' Employed.) J. A. MOV & GO. 545 George-street, Sydney. T. B. Dunwoodie, Monumental Mason, BOWltA.Ii. 8241 The Live Upholsterer*. IS still prepared to upholster your suite, or couch, ov chairs -/ repair your turniture—polish, &a. makes Carpets, and oleans and lays ibem as they should be; repairs the eun shades ; fixes up the. sewing machine; will re-cans your chairs at less than Sydney .prices; makes, window blinds, ■ and fixes; furniture packed and Btored. W.s. .trusts by atriot attention , to ,business - and good workmanship, at low pricea, to merit your pat ronage. ' All Orders and Telegrams promptly attended to. | Note address: VICT...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 July 1901

ITEMS OF INTEREST Black fur lost.—See advt. There. i3 a Bowral-streefc in Kensington. Sir William Lyne is not in tho beat of hoalth. A big fire dostroyod niuo basinoss places at Nyngan on Friday last. The first " pay" for old-oge pensioners will be £2 8/4 for the month of July. Wade's Worm Figs aro most effeotivo. Children thrive after talcing them. Price In. Mr. W. MoCourt is looked on ns a cer tainty for the Speakership in the new Par liament. Have you tried Rutherford's malt bread ? It is Bolt-digostive, and contains great nutriment. Sond for a loaf.* The £5000 fouud in the strong-room at Hordem'B represented the takings on the 9th inatant. ■ A business man, a railway man, and a lawyer are to constitute the Inter-State Commission. Jacob' Rogers, American locomotive manufacturer and millionaire, willed 8,000,000 dollars for an art mnsenm in < Now York.. | A destructive fire occurred at Bathurst on Sunday night, when the large three storey flowor-mills of Tremain Bros., ...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 July 1901

SPECIAL VALUE «r AT i MRS. S. A. JONES'S. A Great Variety of Choice Winter Goods to select from, in HATS. CAPES. DRESS MATERIALS. FLANNELS COATS, WRAPPERS. FLANNELETTES. CALICOES. ■ FUR NECKLETS. ' SHIRTINGS. I A splendid assortment of Ladies' 3/4 Sac Coats, which are now in such great demand. Also the latest styles in Capes. AH goods marked at the Lowest Possible Figure, AT MRS. S. A. JONES'S, , . • OPPOSITE P.O., BOWBAL. A Few lleasons WHY You should ALWAYS deal ^ AT CHRISTIE'S. You will find tlie largest assoi'tment of General Drapery, Clothing, and Mercery in the District to select from, and Will really get BETTER VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY than AT ANY OTHER STORE. You cannot Sfo wrong in making your selection, as none but RELI ABLE AND SERVICEABLE GOODS are kept in stock'. We keep the stock wejl assorted and up-to-date by constantly purchasing our goods in small quantities. WE ARE NOW SHOWING AS SPECIAL BARGAINS a few Boys' Suits, Knicker Suits, Men's Suits, Hats, Shirts, & S...

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

LOST, Blnck FUR, botsreen East Ivaugaloon Public Suhool and Mr. Mitchell's,. Glenquarry. Umlor plcaso lo *.vo nfc offieo of this paper, Bowral,. or at Public Sobool, ICnngulnon. ^ 872 LARGE amount available for advances upon Dairy Parma and large Gruzing Estntos. liata of interest for largo amounts, about l.J per oent. Security must bo good. Cost of inspection to bo borne by borrower. Full information as to valua tion fee and othor particulars will be forwarded' whenever desired.. WM. beer, Agent, 8G8 Bowral. NOTICE Any person taking wood or strip ping- bark off, my Property after tliis=~ date without written PERMISSION will bo prosecuted. BEN M. osborne. Hogowood, 1 23rd July, 1901. 874? N OTIC E: JW. norman, Butcher,.will open tlioprem .. ises lately occupied by tho Sutton Forest . Butchering Company, Bowral, on MONDAY NEXT,, tho 22nd inat. J'. W.N. hopes by strict attention to businoss, combined with civility, to command a fair share of patronage.. Bee!, mutton', pork, lamb, and,...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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FARM and GARDEN DAIRYING SCIENCE IN DENMARK. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 July 1901

F, DAIRYING SCIENCE IN DENMARK. Paper Read by Dr. Cherry before the Vie torian Dairy Farmer's Association, Denmaek is a small country, . one-aixth. the size of Victoria, without any epo'cial local advantages or natural resources. On the contrary, the soil is nearly everywhere poor and Bandy. Geologically it is a detaohed portion of the great Scandinavian plain, and the few low hills which form the outposts of the northern mountains are usually capped with huge granite boulders left there by the ice of bygone ages. The Dane draws bis subsistence from the poor soil and the surrounding seas, yet be manages to export produce to the value of £14,000,000 a year; and, what is more, to import and pay for goods to the value of £33,000,000 sterling. The balance of trade is settled partly by-the earnings of the.Danish, mercantile .marine,, and partly by tho interest ou Danish invest ments in other countries. More than half the.value of the exports is represented by butter alone, and since the ...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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"I'M roft. HIGH," POLICE OUTFLOOKED THISTRIP [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 July 1901

"I'M ioft. HIGH," POLICE OUTFLOOKED THISTRIP After the examination was over and the . medical gentlemen had' taken their depasture quite an> amusing time was spent with the madman* j He contends that he is ioft lip and j down and feelsvery proud of his enor- j mous height. As to being "offhis chump" he is fully convinced that there is not a particle-of insanity about him now, but admits that through incessant" heavy drinking his bcain was slightly turned, which; necessitated' his lodging in the precincts of Callan- Park for past 4 years. Being refused an order of dismissal, he took French-leave and bolted " on his own.-from the'asylum. He took, the South ern'line as the direction for his travels^ intending ultimately to strike Mudgee, the supposed home of his mother. He says that by walking all night and sleep ing all day he capitally " outflooked " the police. " Although the police are pretty cunning, they couldn't cop me this trip," he added. As a rule he had a great aversion t...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Every Bottle [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 July 1901

Every Cottle Of Oh-imi^rlttin'f" Oough Remedy is guarantee/l fco-*; givi. ::u-ucdiuhi caiief aud 10 euro your oolj; • It - '■ its ■*-; y the lemeiy tbnt you can depen l on to cure a cougij, or luQg'affeotion'brought on by nxpoaura' to.'ooi^tV' 5?or salo by D, Morgan, Qhemitit, Bowrt»lt;,

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

Bowral Police Courts At the BowraJ Police Court on Saturday, morning last before Mr.' W. S; 'Caswell, P.M., Arthur Elliott was charged by the commissioners with travellingon the rail way with an expired ticket. The charge was subsequently with drawn on the ground that the dependent was of unsound, mind; • He was then arrested, on a. charge- of insanity. The Government medical' officer (Dr. Vallack) and Dr. Foulds. were sent for, and.the patient underwent an- examina tion, resulting in his being deemed unsafe to be at large.

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

P. D. CORSETS P. D. THE STANDARD HIGH-GLASS CORSET wi pnoonnoec 6 rft FL,N0ER3 lane, Melbourne, v pU.nQilUnr f & 10.' BARRACK §T., SYDNEY,

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 July 1901

BOWRAL AND ROBERTSON FREE PRESS, a/- per quarter in advance. BEBT ADVERTISING MEDIUM. THE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY of SYDNEY, Ltd. Capital paid op .. •• . • £1,000,000 Reservo Fund .. _ .. .. 1,010,000 jloservo Liability . .. .. • • 1,000,000 Total .. £3,010,000 DIBEOTOU3, G. J. COHEN Esq., Chairman. Hon. fl. E. KATER, M.L.O.,Deputy Ohairman. Hon. HENRY MOSES, M.L.C. Hon. RICHARD JONES, M.L.C. E. \V. KNOX, Esq. OBNlIBAIi MAHAOBB: T. A DIBBS, Esq. ADDIT0118. E. S. CAPE, Esq. . , The Hon. P. X. HUMPHERY, M.L.C. BRANCHES in Now South Wales and Queens land. Agencies throughout the worla. Bowral Branch, GAVIN GEORGE, Manager. G. GRAHAM, general storekeeper, and BAKER, ROBERTSON. Orders called lor, and v ■ , ^ ., • Goods Delivered Daily. Hi^liest Oasli 3?rice given for COW HIDES, CALF SKINS, WALLABY SKINS, OPOSSUM SKINS NATIVE CAT SKINS. f)38 Spring Suitings. Summer Suitings. The Practical and Reliable bowral tailors HA.VE rnti.de preparations for the coming season by stocking the newes...

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Railway Information. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 July 1901

Railway Information. PAbsbnoeh trains arrive at Bowral from Sydney 12.21 a.m. daily, Sundays excepted 7 37 a.m. (Paper Train) daily, Sunday exoopted 11.12 a.m., Saturday only 12.55 p.m. daily, Sunday excepted £.33 p,m., Saturday only 7.58 p.m. daily, Saturday and Sunday excepted 9.28 p.m., Saturday oiily Passenger trains leave Bowral for Sydney 3.6 a.m. daily, Monday excepted 6.5G a.m. Sunday only, stopB Mittagong and Strathfield only ' 7.3 jj.m. daily, Sunday excepted. 8.29 a.m. daily, Sunday and Monday excepted, etops Allttagong and Stratblleld only 0.31 a.m. Monday only, BtopB Mittagong, Picton, Grunville, aud Stratlilleld only. 1.3G p.m. daily, Sunday excepted.

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GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 July 1901

GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR JULY, Br A. Landbdownb, Goulburn, Tins forecast we gave somo months sinco, of. a Bovoro winter has boon fully verified, and we are having one of tho severest seasons ever experienced.' This has given vegetation a great check, but will', benefit tho soil where turned up roughly and kill in. seotpeBts. We may still look for severe weather — oold rough winds, frost, snow, and rain. All heavy work of digging, trenching, manuring, <fca., should be completed. Turn up the soil deeply. It can be done better now than when tlie soil is wet. Give plenty of suitable manuro. Crops must bo fed if good results are to be obtained. Limo is aseful to nearly all soils. Kitchon Garden.—Sow cabbagos, carrots, pars nips, onions, leeks, radisb, lettuce, beet, herbs, peas, —all kinds (early sunrise, blue Peter, William Hurst, pride of market, stratagem, and y. hero are all good). Broad beans, eomo spinach, broccoli, add' cauliflowers may bo tried. Plant herbs, aspar...

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MOSS VALE v. MYRA VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 July 1901

MOSS VALE v. MYRA VALE. On Saturday last the above teams met at Moss Vale to try conclusions, and re sulted in a win for the former by 6 points to nil. The first half consisted mostly of scrums'and line-outs,which the home team team seemed to have the of. No score was recorded on either side at half time. In the second half better play was shown on both sides, and when the no-side whistle was blown Moss Vale were the victors by 6 points to nil, the trys being obtained by Melville and Casey. Mr. G. Hill, of Mittagong, made a very satis factory referee. A match was played at Bowral on Sat urday last between teams representing the Bowral and Moss Vale juniors, result ing a win for Bowral by 4 points to nil. During the match a lad named Whyte had the misfortune to break his arm. A friendly match will be' played at Bowra! on Saturday next between the Bowral and Robertson teams.

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Football. BOWRAL v. PICTON. THE FORMER TEAM VICTORIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 July 1901

Football. BOWRAL v. PICTON. The Former Team Victorious. Probably the best match played this sea son was witnessed on Saturday last on the Glebe ground, between the above teams, which resulted in a win for the former by 9 to nil.. Although the Bowral team was not the strongest of their club, the players made themselves conspicuous by the manner in which they battled, the forwards being always on. the ball, being ably- backed up by Rutherford, Huggett, and Adcock, who did excellent work, the former putting in some very dodgy runs. S. Riley played a good game at full back, his sureness of receiving being well wor thy of mention. Gandy made some good attempts to break through, but on nearly every occasion was earthed before pro ceeding far. Cameron was very unfortu nate at receiving the ball as it seemed to keep out of his reach, but when he got a chance he gradually gained ground either by a good run or kick. For the visiting team, the forwards worked hard, scarcely gefctirig a chance ...

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Bowral Golf Club. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 July 1901

Bowral Golf Club; ' The above club, had splendid weather last Thursday when- they held their first competition, for the monthly medals. The following are the scores, for the full. 18 holes . ist 2nd ' H'd Round*Round'Total C'ap-Nett. S. W. Hodge 72' H. V. Jones 67 R. Hargrave 70 S. C. Jones 75 J-Newton 77 M. E. Bedford 61 Gavin George 60 Rev.Wilkinson 59 H. L. Thirtle 57 H. E. Southey 66 C. W. Marsden 67 Cecil Jones 69 The following is the result for the ladies' monthly medal : Miss V. Royle 69 57' 126 5 121 Mrs Whytt 72 60 132 10 122 The postponed match.against the Goul burn Golf Club will be playrd on Satur day afternoon, 27th inst., on the Burra doo Club links. Play to commence- at 10 o'clock in the morning and at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. J. Gregory's traps will leave P. O. at 1.45 p.m. sharp. Fare is. each way. 65 ■ 137 44 95' 59. 126 29 97 76 146 44 102 72 127 44 103 76 153 44 109 58' 119 8 hi 65 125 12 ii3 55 114 scr 114 53 TI5 scr 115 64 130 12 11S 60 127 8 119 62 131. I2\...

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

MITTACONC. Dr. Middleton presided at tne annual j meeting of the School of Arts held on i • Thursday evening last.. The report i showed a very satisfactory state of affairs. The £50 piano had been paid for and the credit balance of the building account in creased by over £26. The debit balance at the bank had been decreased by £5.5/4. and now stands at £13 odd. Last year the books-in the library numbered 1158, but this year there are- £234. Donations during the year amounted to £41 1-1/7,. and the subscriptions ^36 5/3. The " Free- Press " was thanked amongst others for gratuitous-copies of the paper. The services of the late Mr. J. White were placed on record. The approxim ate revenue for the general fund for the year was ;£~i2T 17/6, and the- expenditure £116 12/2. The following is the result of the election of officers : President, Dr> Middleton unopposed ; vice presidents, W. B. Godfrey 36, A. W. Tooth 35, J. Mealing 29, W. Richards 27, J. Lcseby. t 25 ; first four elected. C...

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We Don't Promise [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 July 1901

We Don't Promise That Chamberlain's Cough Remedy will care a eoogh in a night, bat we do say that you will hare immediate relief, and that three days' use will care ■ long standing hoarseness, cronp or bronchial coai»h. It does not dry np a conch, bat cares by cutting the phlegm. We recommend it in all throat treables. For sale fay D. Morgan, Chemist, Bonral.

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

For Children's Hacking Cough at night, Woods' Great Peppermint Care. 1/6. There is a widow living at Tirranna, near Gonlbum, of the name of Mrs. Temperauce Smart Riley. THE FATE OF A DESEBTEE. Is a letter written to his parents in Broken Hill (says the " Barrriar Miner"), Mi*. George Howard, who is engaged ia the Transvaal war, relates an incident which indicates briefly but forcibly how deserters are treated in war time. He was resting at Yentersdorp, and said : " ^Ye have bad some fighting at a place named Hartebeestcfon tein. Besides capturing 184 prisoners, we took a private of the Loyal North Lancas ter, who deserted from here about three months before. .He was court-martialled and sentenced to be shot. The execution took place the other day, and be behaved like a British soldier sbonld. He walked to his death erect and fearless. "When he reached the place he was seated in a chair and a bandage put over his eyes. No soon er was this done than the signal was given, and bang went...

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

TOM COPE SADDLE & HARNESS MAKER, BONG BONG STREET, BOWRAL,. (JJext ta Christie's). All kinds of Saddle & HarnessWork done eipeditiousiy and. in first-class style... COPE BROS., Grocers & General Storekeepers. Only best quality goods stocked AU. GOODS AT LOWEST CURRENT PRICES. ~ KINDLY GIVE US A TRIAL. ' Next door to CHRISTIE'S, , Bong Bong-at., Bowrnl. .9708 .THE sanatorium; GRAND HOTEL, ROBXlBTSOIff> J. Hamilton, Jun., Proprietor. Good Accommodation- for Visitors. Erery Con venience- Splendid Situation Hotel lighted' with Acetylene Gas:. Best Brands of Wines-and spirits kept. - 761 Removed I Removed I W. SOUTHALL Has removed to- MORE COMMODIOUS PREMI SES nest to HLLLBHOS, Coach Building and1 Horse Shoeing carried oat in bait style. DON'T fflljMortll When ycra can get NAVY CANVAS RUGS For your Horses and Cows; That will keep out DEWET Ebb. Davis, SADDLE R, STATIONER* BOOKSELLER <&<%. BOWRAL. The best medicine known ib. SANDER ...

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