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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 31 July 1901

Have tod tiued Rutliorford's malt bread ? It is self-digestive, and contains great nutriment. Send for a loaf.*

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THE ALPINE ACCIDENT.—TWO MIRACULOUS ESCAPES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 31 July 1901

THE ALHNE ACCIDENT.—TWO MIRAC ULOUS ESCAPES. London, July 23.—Further particulars of tho disaster on tho Mattorhorn states that the party conBiHtod of Mi s Trow (a, olergyman's daughter); Miss M. Boll (a daughter of Mr. Edward Ball, a fiartaer in the firm of Gorirgo Hell and SOtw/^mb isbers), L»r. Robert B'aok (of Brighton), aud guido Carrol.' - V ' - " ': While the party was returning from maCing tt perilous ascent of the Mattorhorn to the Val Toar nnnohe, Mi&s Trow slipped. Guide Carrel, who watt leading tho party, gripped the ioo, and thero hung eusponded for two minutes, but tho weight was too much for him, and the four fell over tho precipice, a height of 60ft, and down a short slope next to a gully of 1000ft. Tho rope between Miss Boll and Carrel snapped, and Carrel was carried boyond the other mombers of tho party. Miss Trow, seeing that her companions, Dr. Blaok and Miss Boll, wero lying dond, out the ropo which bound her to them, and joined Carrel. The bodies of Br....

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Farewell to Mr. Short. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 31 July 1901

Farewell to Mr. Short. In a recont issue we briefly referred to tho faot ' that Mr. 13. Short, who for tho past five years had offloiatod ob Pastor of the Granvillo Congregational Ohuroh, was entertained at a farewell tea on Thurs day evening, 18th iDstant. We have jast Toceived a copy of tho " Cumberland Argus," oontaining a full account of the toa, an well as of the presentations to Mr., Mrs., and Miss Short. Mr. Bruoe briefly outlined some of Pastor Short's work at Granvillo. His coming in November, 1896, . was due to a conspiracy betweon tho speakor and ; Mr. Harrod. Tben the attendance and colleotions wore alpziSro, and there was a debt on tho church of i £400.'•-With the asBistanco of tho Home Mission (Board, that debt has been paid off. He deBired i again .to contradict the statement that' the ohuroh ^ad appropriated any money voted for another! church. The money was voted for Granville, and 'not for Auburn and Granville. The erection of the infants' class:room coat £75, pain...

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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 31 July 1901

Official Correspondence. Mb. McGourt, M.P., has favoured as with the fol lowing correspondence:— I Sir,—With reference to a communication pre sented by you from Messrs. John Pearson, H. E. Sou they, W. Emery, and John Griffiths, of Glen quarry, dated the 18th ultimo, asking that a mail service (three times a week) might be established between Box Vale and Glenquarry in lieu of the existing service to the former plaee from East Kang aloon, 1 have the honor to inform you that a simi lar request was, after due enquiry, refused in Sep tember last, but, in view of the representations now made, it has been decided that when a Postal In spector ib next visiting the district, he will be in structed to make further enquiries and furnish a a Mmrt in tVin mnttnr. Mr. Pearson will be duly notified as to the date of the Inspector's visit. -I have, eta., J. Dawabno, Deputy Pont Master General. The Hon. W. McCourt, M.P., Sydney.

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MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 31 July 1901

MITTACONC. On Thursday evening last the residents orMittagong tendered a complimentary banquet to Troopers R. McCann and W. McCausland, who have just returned from the South African war. About thirty sat down to a really up-to-date spread at Morris's hotel. The usual toasts were honored, and a musical programme sub mitted, the proceedings being terminated at ii o'clock with the singing of " Auld Lang Syne." A sale of work will be held in Novem ber in connection with the Church of England in aid of the Rectory enlarge ment. fund and the Parochial Fund. The function is in aid of these funds so as to allow the subscriptions to go wholly in aid of the Stipend, which is ^150 in arrears. •< ° Mr. Jv T. Sheldon appears to be on the right road for making an immense fortune. Having, had considerable experience in mineralogy and mining matters, he has had the good luck to hit on a rare spot some 22 miles from Goulburn. He has secured 300 acres of land part of which was worked as a ...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Important to Pensioners and Publicans. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 31 July 1901

Important to Pensioners and Publicans. If any pensioner is convicted of drunkenness, or of any olfonce punishable by imprisonment for not loss than one month, then, in addition to any other penalty or punishment imposed, the court may in iis discretion, by order, forfeit any one or raoro of the instalments falling due next after tha convic tion : Provided that if, in tho opinion of the court, any pensioner convicted of any suoh offence mis spends, wastes, or lessens his estate, or greatly in jures his health, or endangers or interrupts the peace and happiness of his family, the court may.by order direct thatthfl instalment bo paid to any clergyman, justice of the peace, or other reputable person, for the benefit of the pensioner, or may by order cancel the fcpension-certificate : Provided further that it shall not be lawful for any licensed publicun to knowingly supply to any person receiving a pension under this act any fermenrod or spirituous liquor, and any person convicted of an...

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Points by Penman. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 31 July 1901

Points by Penman, fioTiu ia answerable for the present bother. ThO British ounpire says bother Botha. History may ropeat itself. The oonquered Irish have beon among tho bravest and moat brilliant of the defenders of the British Empiro. May not tho Boers in the noar futuro bo found fighting under the samo flag ? The enemy of to-day may be the ally ot to-morrow. Tho Patriotio Fund whioh amounted to upwards ot £50,000 is being most sparingly distributed. Duringly 20 monthB only £12,440 has been distri buted. Widows received on an average £90, other dependents about £31 each on the average, and the returned wounded and invalided about £13 each. Tho amount still remaining to tho credit of the fund is £32,985. l'he fund will no doubt be wound up before the next groat war breaks out. Home Seorbtary Lyne is far from well. .He ha» not been quite himself for eighteen months, and the severity of tbe Molbourne winter found the weak spots in his oonatitntion. For a Tanmaniah native,. Sir William...

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STALL FEEDING CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 31 July 1901

j STALL FEEDING CATTLE. An experiment of stall feeding of entile has been carried out recently by Mr. S. King, a well-known farmer of Yt-llangiPi wliioli pro vides some very interesting data a« a new iind, we believe, liirijert;> Mntes>e<i hrnnoli of profit mak'iig on tlie farm in tlie Wimmern. Mr. King nine werks iigo purehusfd six liead of large framed store catUe, tlnee bul locks and three cows, at a total cost of pS5 12/6 or an average of slightly under £6 er heal. The cattle were at onee placed under shelter sheds, each head of stock oc cupying a separate roomy stall. The fodder1 given consisted of wheat and "cockey '* chaff—the hnsks of the wheat and " flag blown from the winnower. Occasionally the feed was varied by the inclusion of a few handsful each of oats, and the catile were fed regularly three times a day. Water was provided at the stall. The six head of cattle have just been sold by Mr. King for £70, or an average of £11 13/4 per head. The owner calcu...

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Temporary Wind Breaks. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 31 July 1901

Temporary Wind Breaks. Mr. Georgp Monks, of Forest Run ire (the South Australian Agricultural department's journal re ports), recognising the neo.e sity for sheltering his pl.mto and trees fiom the Weak and ofttiinej etronut gully winds, and wif.h a view to protecting' the plant* whinli hfl i- growiig to serve as a permanent wind break, ban adopted the following device: — prooure a sufficient number of sapl ngs, abont 12 . feet lony and ten inches tbirk at the butt; char thom about two feet up to prevent th'-m r.itt.ing too soon. Plant these upright l'i feet to 14 feet a art and 2 feet deep, fix a cupping on top. strain seven wires (or fix seven w.p'iHiiH on-these p stn), md then thatch iu or plait in ti-troi, roodn, ruilim, raHjiborry canes, or other oonvenie t mate-ial. Mr. M>. nks lia< constructed a short piece of w:uilbn>atc* on this principle at his place, anil find* it acts very well. The writer te titien to having ureu a R'>>ri many (-xoellent sheds, st...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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The Management of Hospitals. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 31 July 1901

The Management of Hospitals. It is a matter of regret (says the Goafburn Herald), to seo many of our noblest institu tions going cap-in-hand year by year asking for help from an over-changing and not always generous public, and it makes one aBk whether or not the situation can be im proved. What is mainly referred to in this article is the hospital. Tlio cost of its up keep is derived partly from government subsidy and partly from the subscriptions of the general public, raised cither by entor taimnent or direct canvass. A certain amount is also made up by the patients' fees. If the amount obtaiued frou the pub lic by entertainment and direct subscription under the present system could be analysed, it would be found that the hospital haB to depend on only a very small minor ity for its income—that is to say that a small proportion of our population is heavily taxed for the maintenance of au institution in which all may sharo equally its benefits whenever the occasion arises. The hea...

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Local and District Notes. SUTTON FOREST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 31 July 1901

Local and District Notes. By " Carrier." (Ancl from oar Correspondents.) SUTTON FOREST. Mr. A. Townsend, a very old resident of the district, and police and district court bailiff for over twenty years, died at Sutton Imprest on Sunday.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 31 July 1901

WANTED AT ONCE, a GENEUA.Ii SER VANT. References. Apply, MBS. J. M. CHRISTIE, Miirrigang-atruftt. 881) Women's Christian Temperance Union, Bowral. THE ANNUAIj MEETING for ELECTION op OFFICERS will bo held in Woaloyan School room, WEDNJ5SDAY, JULY 31st, at 3 p.m. Will QiomberB ploaaa tulta notice. 876

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 31 July 1901

Expiration of Lease and a Clearing Sale at HAIG & CO's. /^flVING UP BUSINESS, we intend sacrificing the whole of our Stock; and 1 -jr- will offer at greatly reduced prices the whole of our well ^ assorted DRAPJER Y STOCK. Later on, when we have gone through and re-marked our Groceries, Ironmongery, Crockeryware, 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. Dross Goods, Large Reductions under Manufacturers' coat. Dress Lengths 17/0, 16/6, 13/G, to clear at 10/- per dress. Remnants half-prioo. Dress Goods 1/8, 1/10, and 2/6 yd, to olear at 1/- yd. All wool Navy Dress Serge, 1/3: sale price lid. Blankets, special pricesto clear. ■ Travelling Ruga, sale price 6s. . White Linen damasks 4i 3d yd, sale price 3s od.: Serviettes at clearing prices. -. Plain Muslins, id yd. Striped Flannelettes, 2J1 yd. RevetBible Bordere...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 31 July 1901

AN AWFUL SLAUGHTER . . AT THE . . FREE PRESS OFFICE BOWRAL gowral. Bicycles and iBicycle Goods Cut Sown Unmercifully. Appointed agent for Berrima District for Daviea-Franklin Bicycles. Look out for Great Clearance of Machines on Hand. They must be sold. All Cyclists1 Requisites Stocked. ■ Dunlop Tyres 27/6 per pair, tubes 7/6 ea. Repairs immediately attended to. | Machines Bought, Sold, Exchanged, Re paired, and Hired Out by the hour, day, week, or month. BHAD THIS. The following are a few machines left out of a large supply, and must be im mediately sold in order to make room for a fresh stock. Time payments arranged. Early inspection invited. All in Good Order. .: Real Bargains, r Lady's Hudson Bicycle, £$ 10/. i Lady's Gilchester Bicycle, £5. 1 Gent's Bicycle, new tyre front wheel, new inner tube back, racing handles, bag and tools complete, for £5 cash. 1 Gent's Humber, single tyres (new), 80 gear. £5 15/. 1 Gent's " Crescent " Chainless BicycJe, newly enamelled, Westwood Rims ;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 31 July 1901

BOWRAL FRUIT SHOP—-a* OPPOSITE Post Office, Bowral.' The ooBt and most varied stock out of Sydney. Call and , soo out Bhow. H. T. HOPWOOD, 3543 " Manager. NO Tick JW. NORMAN, Butcher, will open the prcm • isea lately occupied by the Sutton Forest Butchering Company, Bowral, on MONDAY NEXT, the 22nd innt. J.VV.N. hopes by strict attention to business, combined with, civility, to command a.fair share of patronage. Beef, mutton, pork, lamb, and veal of tho best quality. Poultry of all kinds alive or dressed to order. ROBERTSON. MR. J. GRAHAM has been appointed Agent . for the " Bowral and Bo'jertson Proo Preuu" nt ltob?rtaon, Kunguloon, and neighboring towns. Mr. Graham's receipt for all monies on behalf of iliis journal will be sufficient discharge. "Wit. BEER, Proprietor. Bowral, July 23id, 1901. - -Tea, Coffee, and Cocoa Merchants, 534 GEORGE-ST»EET, SYDNEY. OPP- Town Hall. WE beg to notify our numerous customers in Bowral and distriot, that we have appointed Mr. 8. .T. MoBar'on as ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 31 July 1901

For Children's Hacking Congh at niglit. Woods' Groat Peppermint Cure. 1/6.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 31 July 1901

CHAMBERLAIN'S 0 0 U G H RE M E D 7 Relievos over night tbo most stubborn cold, as well ;as all its complications—tickling in the throat, husky-voice and violent coughing. For sale by D. Morgan, Chemist, Bowral.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 31 July 1901

FUNERAL. FRIENDS are invited to attend the FUNERAL of the late SYDNEY J. WHITE, second   youngest son of Mr. James White, Oxley-street, Bowral, to leave his late residence at 2 p.m., on Thursday (TO-MORROW) for the Church of Eng- land Cemetery. 881 JOHN BEAVAN, Undertaker.

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NOTES FROM BURRAWANG. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 31 July 1901

NOTES FROM BURRAWAN G       Friday night the 26th instant was the scene of a gathering of fully 100 persons at a social held in Ginger's hall, on the occasion of the presentation of a purse of 22 soverigns to Mr. A. K. Duke Yonge, on the eve of his departure from this district to Sydney. The late bank manager was a son of Mr. Duke Yonge, of Antony, Cornwall, and came from Scot land to Australia some 40 years ago, and held a position in the Oriental BanK, as manager both in Adelong and Sydney.   Relinquishing the banking profession for a time, Mr. Yonge became a squatter on the Darling Downs, Queensland, but after wards took service with the E.S. and A.C. Bank about 15 years ago. With this bank he has remained up to the present time, and for the last 10 years he has been stationed at Burrawang. Mr. R. W. Moses occupied the chair and in a few well chosen remarks made the presentation on behalf of those present and surrounding distric...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 3 August 1901

and a Sale CO's. GIVING UP BUSINESS, we Intend sacrificing the whole of'our Stock; and will offer at greatly reduced prices the whole of a or weM assorted DRAPERY STOCK. ILateron, when we iaaye gone through and re-marked our Groceries, Ironmongery, Crockery ware, etc., we watt include these at prices that will soon effect a clearance. THIS SALE OF SEASONABLE DRAPERY is' now on, and wi3 continue until every line is sold- Every article WILL BE BE-IBAEKED AT REDUCED PRICES. Dress Goods, Largo Reductions under Manufacturers" cost. Dress Lengths 17/G, 16/G, 13/G, to clear at 10/-per dress. Remnants half-prieo. , DrosB Goods 1/8, 1/10, and 2/G yd, to cleat at Ij- yd. All wool Navy Dress Serge, 1/8: Bale price lid. "\V. Blankets, special prices to' dear. Travelling Rugs, sale price Gs. , • White Linen damnsks 4s 3d yd, sale price 3s 5d. Serviettes at clearing prices. - _ • Plain Muslins, 3d yd. Striped Flannelettes, 2Jd yd. Reversible Bordered Cretonnes3d, sale price 5d. .... . Jh„. Ladies...

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