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

Id OSES JONES, VETERINARY LIVERY STABLES, " Eltham," Merrlgang-st.^ next to Fire Station. Cabs, Sociables, Sulkies, Buggies, Ladies' and Gent's Hacks.. Victoria Carriage for Visiting, Invalids, &c. Weddings attended. Picnic Parties taken to. any part of the District and C.oast.. The only four-in.-hand DRAG in the town, and BEST IN THE DISTRICT-. AU trains. m,et^ and Telegrams promptly attended, to. Clipping and Singeing Done.., That Night Cough, and, as far aa that is concerned, any cough or cold, can be relieved and cored by our TEItEBENE COUGH BALSAM. It is an entirely reli able cough balsam, which has had an enormous sale daring this winter. It BeemB to give better satisfac tion. than any other like preparation that we can get hold of. It you have a congli or cold, get this rem edy <tnd get well. If you are hoarse it. will clear your voice in a few hoars.. A Tight Cough . . is not aa easy, thing to, loppen. It fastens itself on to the bronchial tubes, and reach...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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POLLY. An Original Sketch. By one of the Bowral Literati. Specially written for Bowral & Robertson Free Press. CHAPTER VI Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 July 1901

POLLY. An Original Sketch. By one of the Bowral Ljterqtj. Specialty written for Bowral A Robertson Free Press. CHAPTER VI [Continued]. The next morning when the baker's cart came there was Harry to deal with. The young man was going to have it out with her too, and he was not afraid qf making her angry, so hot words passed between them. He didn't do any plead ing, but he told her some hard and un palatable truths. Perhaps Polly had never been spoken to quite so plainly be fore,' it was a new experience for her. None of the little wiles she was mistress of were of any, avail; he would not be coaxed, nor bounced, and he did not care for, threats one bit; Polly herself had to turn pleader at last* to get him away, for she was greatly afraid lest her master or mistress should hear the altercation. He went away at last vowing that " he would punch the other fellow's head the first chance he got; *' and H he shouldn't have Polly, either; and he'd see too, that she did'not play any tricks ...

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

BURRAWANC The residents are tendering Mr. A.. K. D. Yonge a farewell social on Friday evening next. Mr. Yonge will shortly taJce his departure from the district..

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

MUST 3E SOLD. PEDUOEI) PRICES FOR, DRESS GOODS, Flannels, Flannelettes, Hosiery, and all Winter Goods. SALE PRICES for cash , AT MAKSTONS. Opposite Blue's Hotel, BOWR A L. Wilde's Meadow Hotel ALFRED BAXTER WISHES to inform the residents of Wilde's Meadow gnd District, Tourists, and others, that he has taken the above Favorite and Commodious Hotel, where he hopes by keeping only the Best Brands of Ales, Wines, and Spirits, arid by civility and attention to customers, to: merit libera} support.: First-class Table, The Best of Iiiqtiors. Good Stabling, f91 Rarest Hotel, to the far-famed Belinore and Fifzroy Falls. AllNOTT'S IJVESfG PICTUUES. • J L-rtSSWIWfci - * " • * JACK WENTWORTH ELGER, ~ Aged 18 months, eon pf Mrs.Elger, Parkhurst, Chapel-st., Leichhardt. BROUGHT UP ON AllNOTT'S MILK ARROWROOT BISCUITS, THE C HI LPS E M S FOOD. TESTIMONIAL. " ' Friday, September Mth,'1900. - • • Mr.'Aunott.—Pear Sir,—I am bo pleased with one of your living pictures that' has appeared in to day's i...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Local and District Notes. ROBERTSON. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 July 1901

Local and District Notes. By " Carrier." (And from our Correspondents.). ROBERTSON A number of the members of St. John's Church of England and their friends met at the grounds attached thereto, to assist in planting six dozen trees and ornamen tal shrubs, which had been- farwarded free by Mr. J. H. Maiden, curator, Bot anical Gardens. Mr. John Marshall had ploughed and harrowed the ground so. that in a couple of hours the planting was completed. There was. no ceremony at . tached to the affair. Amongst those present we noticed Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Warby, Mr. and . Mrs. John Marshall and the Misses Mar shall (2), Mr. and Mrs. W. Vandenbergh and Miss Lottie Vandenbergh, Mr. and Mrs. J. Vandenbergh and Miss Ivy Van denbergh, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Ferguson,. Messrs. J. Hamilton, sen., and W. B. Keeble ; Mesdames M.. Curtis, Cook, Cupitt, Denis; Misses Hayter, Swan, Garrad, Graham (3), Schuhmann (2), and Cupitt (2). There was a fair attendance of lachelors, but as thay as a rule are very bash...

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

Why not look young ? There's genuine pleas ure in holding back Father Time fif teen o? ,\\ twenty ' ] years. You can do it easily /with Ayer'a Hair Vigor, for it gives all that dark arid rich look to the hair which belongs to young life. r's j You know the story—how good • Queen Bess, pointing to the beautiful hair of a peasant girl, said, "Thore's a real royal crown. I would trade my golden one for it." That was long ago. Now you can have a " real royal crown " pf your own, simply by using Ayer's Hair Vigor... It makes the hair grow, thick and long and stops it falling out. When jour hair is rich and heavy, and when the closest inspection fails to d'\'«ct a single gray hair, you will cer ■ tainly look a great deal younger, and you will be much'better satisfied with yourself, too. Isn't that so 1 Prepared by Pr. J. C. Aycr Co., Lowell, Mug., U. S. A. ~ DR. CRAWFORD, Pentist, May be'consulted at the town hall, BOWBAIi. Late assistant to Mr. E. C. Bryderi of Goulbiirh. 6987 At Haig &a...

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

KISSING. Jost listen to thisGreat amusemont has Icon caused in New York, says a telegram in an Knglinh; papert by a crusade against kissing, started by the local branch of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union'. Dr. Anna Hatfield, lady physician, the leader of the now movement, says that kissing is. a barbarous, insanitary custom, worse than drinking, and should be rigidly abolished. No person should kisB another without first using an antiseptic wash on the mouth to destroy bacteria/'' As for the moral bacteria, that is even more dangerous. Girls are' not taught to view a kiss with awe as they once were.- Engaged persons should be allowed only one kiss at the time of betrothal. Mothers of to-day arc to blame for imbuing their children with tbo kissing vice. Many children are literally kissed to.doath. No person should hiss another without Jint using an anticeptic wash on the mouth to destroy baUeria." Isn't it simply disgusting the way doctors worry these things? My good woman, yo...

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

ONE J TO BE READY, TWO ! ! TO BE STEADY, THREE !!! TO BE OFT--* ,—TO— P ■ * BOWRAL. Full Consignments of WINTER STOCK are t° hand, and now selling rapidly. Ladies' Beaver doth Jackets. Girls' Jackets and Cloaks. Children's Pelisses and Warm Coats. FLANNELETTES—l;he bes^ range." and the soundest value.' we! havef ever been able to offer. FLANNELS—Welsh, Saxony, New Zealand Greys, &c. ; SHEETING'S and CALICOES \ • Ladies' Cravenette Mackintoshes, Double-breasted. New Umbrellas. Fur Necklets in 6 different kinds and prices. DRESS STUFFS, all at reduced; figures to make a genuine clear ance. Hoods and Bonnets; Gloves andp Gaiters. Jack Frost will be with us directly. Betteir buy your warm things and be ready for him and for the cold winds. HORSE RUGS. COW RUGS. BLANKETS a speciality, from 7/- to 30/- per pair. Men's Jerseys, Boys' Jerseys, Crimean Shirts. I>. RUTHERFORD, ABGYLE HOUSE, BOWRAL another REVOLUTION I ATCHERLEY & DAWSON'S CELEBRATED sM ikzs Sea- ta a55* X?J...

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Farewell to Pastor Short [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 July 1901

Farewell to Pastor SfMirfc On Thursday evening last a farewell tpa, followed by a public meeting, was liejd in the Granville Congregational church to mark the departure of Pastor B. Short, who had noted as pastor pf the church for a number of yep>rs pnst. The tea yvas presided over by the ladieB of tbe cougregation, and there was a large gathering preseut. At the pnblio meeting there was also a big gathir ing, and the Rov. G-. Campbell (cliairmau eleot to the Union) prosided, and congrat ulated Pastor (Short on tlie audience wliioli liad assembled to do him honor. Mr. Har rod, on behalf of the deacons, tben asked Pastor Short to accept a sot of photographs of tho deacons and tbe interior of the church. Mr. Bruce then gave a brief out line of tho work carried out by Pastor Short from the first time he came amongst them in 1896, when there wore 10 church mem bers and a debt of £40Q. There were now 118 church members, and a sum of £0G7 had been spent on the church. Reference was als...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 July 1901

Wade's Worm Figs are most effective. Qhildreu thrive after tailing tbem. Price Is.

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Presbyterian Church. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 July 1901

Preshuteriah Church. Mitta'gonn 11... Bowral 3.S0 and 7. Rev. G. A. Gordon.

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Primitive Methodist Church. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 July 1901

Primitive Methodist Churoh. Rev. A. W. PartonifSnorament) ll.JRov.' M. Mad dern 7 Bundanoon, Mr. Hammond 11, Mr. Shoalts 7 Penrose; Mr. Harris 3

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Wesleyan Church. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 July 1901

IFeslei/an Church.' 13owral. Mr. W. .Tones 11, How. A. \V. Pnrton 7 -Mitlaenng, Mr. Knowlos 11, Mr. Criok 7 Md's Vnlo,;Mr. Ooury 3 Balmoral, Be v. M. Maddorn 11 Robertson, Ifov. P. J. Branch (Snorament) 2.30 Ktinunlnmi, Rsy. P. .T. Branch (Saoramant) 11 Myra Valo, Layman 3 Burrawang, Roy. P. J. Branch 7

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SERVICES TO-MORROW. Church of England. SS. SIMON AND JUDE BOWRAL. 8th Sunday after Trinity. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 July 1901

SERVICES TO-MORROW. Church of Enaland. ' SS. RIMON AND JUM. IMWRATj. 8th Sunday after Trinity. Sorviaea It and 7 Pro:\cliev, tho Rector.. .. m80*Mi®™ws: i»«hnrUon 7 •'' UWOc'Mtttasongll, T. Smitti.

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FRIENDLY SOCIETIES AND LODGE DOCTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 July 1901

FRIENDLY SOCIETIES AND LODGE DOCTORS. Thehe appears to be a likelihood of trouble (says the Qoulburn Post) between the friendly societies and the doctors. In Syd ney several doctors chosen by a Iendiugordur were, through the intervention of tlio Med-, ical Association, obliged to resign their ap pointments, and other medical men, not members of the association, were. ohosen. Medical men object to treating at the usual friendly society rate members who are in comfortable circumstances. They, bold tbat such persons are able to pay the usual . fees, and should not have the advantages of.cheap medical attendance.. A minimum-lodge rate' is also demanded. There ig, of course, much -to be said from this point of view; bub, on the other hand, doctors owe some thing to friendly societies. The societies are prompt and certain their payments, and probably if an average were struck, it would be fonnd that, allowing for healthy mem bers, a doctor draws quite as much from his lodge patients as fr...

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Goulburn Quarter Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 July 1901

Goulburn Quarter Sessions. The following cases of local interest were tried, before Judge Fitzliardinge at the Goalburn- Quarter ' Sessions last. Tues day:— 'Stealing, Forgery, and Uttering at . M.ITTAGONQ. , Harry Home pleaded guilty, to stealing at Mittagong'on 13th May, 1901, a cheque , for £iz 2s 8d, the property of. Thomas Waite; also for forging an' endorsement on the said cheque and to uttering , the same. Prisoner had nothing to say, and the police knew nothing against him. Sentenced to 12 months' imprisonment in Goulburn gaol>with hard labor. Uttering Counterfeit Coin at Moss Vale. Joseph Attard, a Maltese, pleaded guil ty to uttering at Moss Vale railway re freshment rooms on 10th June 1901, a counterfeit coin, representing half-a-crown to George Woods. Mr. ,Betts for prison er. Prisoner was dealt with under the First Offender's Act. He was sentenced to si?c months'imprisonment, to. be sus pended upon Attard's entering into his own recognisances of £20, and two sure tie...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Railway Information. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 July 1901

Maalway Information. Passenoeh trains arrive sit Bowrnl from Sydney 12.21 a.m. daily, Sundays o?ocpted ; 7 37 a.m. (Paper Train) daily, Sunday excepted 11.12 a.m., Saturday only " 12.55 p.m. daily, Sunday esceptod 5.33 p.m., Saturday only 7.58 p.tn, dally, Saturday §nd Sunday excepted 9.28 p.m., Saturduy only Passenger trains leave Bowral for Sydney :— ■ 3.6 a.m. daily, Monday excepted G.5B a.m. Sunday only, stops Mittagong and Stratbfield only 7.3 a.m. daily, Sunday cxccpted. '■ ■■ i • 8.29 a.m. daily, Sunday and .Monday excepted, otops Mittagong apd Stratblield only : 8.31 a.m. Monday only, stops .Mittagong, Picton, Granville, and Slrathfiold only; 1.86 p.m. daily, Sunday excepted.

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"COOKED" WAR CABLES, [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 July 1901

" COOKED" WAR CABLES, The Manclmtsr Guardian, one of the moBt weighty and influential English journals, exp-esses the following opinion in regard to the .unreliability of the African war cables:— ""We fear thu public must be coming to tliii^ the news of the war, which is allowed to.fencli it by telegraph, is almost. worthless, tyonth in and month out there js Ber'ved i/nt:a regular diet of telegrams, either offi cial, or mutilated in transit - by-roffioials, in •which we hear merely (hat such and such a number of Boers have been killed or taken, otf that some Boer force is on the point of being 'cornered,' or that the Boers are tired of fighting, or thafc.De Wet is mad, or what not." And, in a late portion of the same artinle, it adds :—" While this goes on' in Africa, aud while the National Debt I • is raised by £1,500,000 a week, the Gov ernment, which obtained office in October on the pretence that tlia ' war was ovev,' systematically keeps the truth from the public, as far as it...

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Commercial Bank. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 July 1901

Commercial Bank. . The report of the Commercial Banking Company of Sydney, as .presented at the half-yearly meeting held on Friday week under the presidency of Mr. G. J. Cohen, is (says the Herald) of an eminently pro gressive character, as will be seen from the principal figures compared with' the two previous half-years. ., - Juno 30, Den. 31, Jane 30, -' 1900 1000 . 1001. Liahimties' £ £. . £ Capital paid up 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 ,Reserves 1,010,000 J,010,000 *1,010,000 Profit and loss , . oocotint 70.151 ,78,374' 70,737 Notes in circulation 427,859 51-1,013 45)8.1)82 . in oircultttion 1,013,052 1,094.340 •' 973,857 , Deposits, ito., 11,131,770 11,218,218 11,057,014 • AsSKTS. • ■ ' . .' . Coin ftii'd Bullion - 2.239.129 S.073,401 2,325.027 Total liquid assets 5,197.819 5,114,425 , 4.922,203 Hills;.discounts : 9,015,094 9.375,552 9,771,028 ■ Premises, .furniture, ...-&o . :• 420(009 .'425,400 ,- 420,900 'Dividend'per cent. 10-,- . 10- . 10 Pro-fit for 30th Juno, 10...

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BOWRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 July 1901

BOYVRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Meets every alternate Thursday, at the Connoil Chambers, nt 7.30 p.m. - OJerk's office 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. Xi. K. Farrow, council cierW.

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