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Weslo[?]an Church. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

IFesloi/an Church.1 Bowral, Rev MMiuldorn 11, Rev T IConoli 7 Mittagang. MrKnowlea 11, Rev M Maddern 7 • Mobs Vnlo, Kov M Maddorn 3 Balmoral, Rev K A Corner 11' . , , . Robertson, Mr. A. Knox 2.30, Rev.,F. J. Branch 7 • Kai)gftlqcin,.R6y. F.'J.'Urnnoh 11 Wilde'B MendoW, Bov. P. J. Branch 3 :

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SERVICES TO-MORROW. Church of England. [?] SIMON AND JUDE, BOWRAL. 2nd Sunday After Easter. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

SEIVVICKS TO-MOIlllOW; Church of England. DSV' SISiON AND JUKI!, BOWlUIi 2nd Sunday After Easter. Services (it 11 and 7 . prcnc^orj the Rector. - WiNQKCAHRinUBK* • » ' n 7 Uurritwang 11. Upper

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

Unendurable Agony.1/ . ANOTHER • Record- Curb* UVvW , The C£\"o of Mrs. H. ANDERSON.' **■*& . — . (IIVwODR ilKrOKTKIt.)- ' As our representative.'.kuqckori -at. Uio <16or of a. dwelling,- iiiitnbcrod v>8 Kdward-' ■street, Pyrmont, lie was confronted-'by.'tfw occupiciy Mrs. ''Henrietta: 'Aiideiwn^-whp-' stated, in ariawcr to a 'question,' that alio ' wiis the lady who had been .'ftfllfctod' with ' neuralgia; nervous debility, und indigestion : for 'eighteen rnouUiB, and as she wtwr so ' grateful to ilip medicine that-.clirikrh'er, it ■ would bo only 'discharging ail obligation to rArmont to the pacticuiata being.publi&hcd in . detail. . . . "1. first siifYered from iVeuralgi.% iuirt:Thad it] so long that X thought C shoidd'uover get rill of it. I consider it 1 he most exiuuei.iting pftin of all, aiid'Biinietiines the ngnny una uat'iiilnrabio. - At' the onset the pain dai'lol v.'tth lleetiiig paroxisms ihroiigii' my jaws ' and round 'and face with-dreadfu...

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W. C. T. U. Adulteration of Wines. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

w. C. T. u.. •AJulteralion >of Wiues. " The Wine G-uide (London) counsels 'wine : merchants to-clenr cloudy and musty -wines with sugar dflead, and 'Dr. 'Orfila, 'in 'his work on Poisons (Paris) says, ' of all the tfraads fcliis is tlio most dangerous. "Sugar ' of lead gives a sweat, astringent, metallic . taste,, constriction of the throat, pain in the stomach, vomiting,'fetid eructation, tliirst, coldness of the limbs,convulsions, delirium, etc^' This, then, is the explanation of the . terrible splitting headaches after fashionable champagne suppers. Dr. Baer atates that in ihe adulteration i of wines ihe colouring matters piny-a dead ly part. Not only light wines, but: mixtures, in which there has ucver been any grape juice, are artificially dyed arid brought into the :trade-as precious 'red; wines. "To this end vegetable dyes are used as cochineal, logwood, and.in-modern times' the amiline dj e fuchsia, 'especially clanger ; ous because of the arsenic it contains. Very, serio...

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OLD AGE PENSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

•OLD-AGE PENSIONS. A Control Board 'has ' been' nppninteil to 'ileal wil.b tlie '01.3 Age Pensions,' as follows: Messrs. T. Goghlan, E. Fosbery, and -E. 'Hiinson. Mr. F. A. Ooglan, -liegistrar ;of \ ^Friendly Societies,also been appointed 'rfgistrar'au^tir^'Board'Uas'ii^^'tiu^eir'QQoK sideration'the regulations and schedules, : prescribed by'the Act. ' As soon a3 tho Board : can gat lliings arranged, application forms can be obtained, at any;post office, police station, or court honae in "New'South Wales. They were to be'ready by 1st of April! Each applicant mast have lived not less tban-25.years con-, timiouiily'iu the Stale* except for 'holidays', or'trips to sea, or the -like, 'not: exceeding; two years. ' If a inan'bas'been in gaol for four months, during the Inst twelve years he can't have a; pension. Or if be had five years 'during'his life he can't have a pension, or- if he -de-; sertedhis wife or his children. 'If he owns over £390 worth of property, or lias nn -in come of £...

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Primitive Methodist. OUR VICE-PRESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

Primitive-- Methodist. OUli ViCE-PRRSIDENT. liticB'tho'President,'Bro. Jones' enjoys a second titno the confidoncc nf his brethren who elected liim to'the vico-chair. Tlio Vice-President hnila" fvom tlvo land of Iho'barp, anil like nil nood Welshmen is ■wnrm-heartod arid,free. A Welshman, an a rule, pot's vigour into his work, and soul into his efforts. In that respect Bro. Jones is no exception. Hois'a itfan,"every inch of him—a man in tho true, viz., tho Christian sense. In tho'district wharo ho re sides ho 'is "wi'Joly and generally respected, and tnoso who have Icon privileged with any measure ol close acquaintance with hiro readily understand tho OBtcein in whioh he is held. He has served a teVm as Alderman of the Borough of Mittagong and filled tho Mayoral chair with credit. But all other claims and duties tako scoond place when Church work' is in question. - A popular and accepted preacher, his services aro constantly in demand arpong tho various Ghurches in the BoWral'distri...

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ROUMANIA JACK SHEPPARD. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

ROUMANIA JACK SI1EPPARD. i The Eonmanian police l)ave'jnst'arrested ft lm»and-of the name of Grfonghfi Leouteoen, 'who ia quite a jack 'Sheppard, having escaped no ifewer than T6 .diftVrenfc times from the-hands.of.the authorities (writes ■a Bucharest correspondent). - It is related of him that , when con demned to a term of hardr-labour -ia the salt mines at Turgu -Okna, he managed •to escape-by crawling onhis-back through • a noisome sewer, it being too small to al-. low of his proceeding otherwise, . In "this manner he could keep his face, above water and-socbreathe, which he could not otherwise-have.-done. ...♦<•** Another, time,, when being marched -from .prison '• with an escort of soldiers with-fixed bayonets,'lie suddenly, -dogged > under a rifle and- got off. More than once he, has -tunnelled his way out of prison, and once, having • re moved, the bars of his cell-window risked a 40ft drop, and got completely o(F*,with only a«broken arm and sprained-ankle.

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

Tlie b'o4yxof Richard Wallcerp.'an''- en** 1 gine-driver^was found cut-to pieces on the* railway line near the station ' at: Hardens on Thursday morning. • Why Experiment on Yourself With remedies of doubtful utility when you can-" get Chamberlain VCough-Bemedy,- which baa stood1 the te?t of time ?' Twenty-live years''sale- and'use have proven that remedy to be a prompt and certain * cure a cold in a day if taken as-Boon aa-the-coldhaa" been contracted and before it'.has^settFed'iii'the:' eyetem.. Sold by. Mr. D.-Morgan,-Ch'emiati.Bdwi&l;'

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

Have yod third R.iUliorf<ii'il'a mull brentl ?; It is pelf.ili'.'RRitve, mid contains grout • nutriment. - Scud fay a loaf.'* . " It's a \Yht.t, Apkotitkt) Match " is,., (lie.' ■ exclamaiinn of every loyal- Englishman -in speaking'O* the rpcen'■ nraniign '-of ••■Pi nice.; 'George i.f .Wii'es'hiid Princess May. 'J.'liai; the happy pmr will be sp.ired to rule over: our'country wi-e y un'd well/ nnd eujoythfi blessing of.eootMipaltli.'is a prayer-tliut 'will* finnan eclro in many. ;: hearts. ; IJollo-wny's Pills and Ointment have*been '.the means -of prolonging tliousnnds of people-in all parts of tlie-world, ond-ivjw! they nre- lookirdaip'>n as the mn.st n-iiable -family medicine?. :In cases of dysentery, diarrhoea, sick hendnchn.; fever, indigestion .and liver, complaint .'tliey ^re"nn :ppro inlnblo. by any; known - remedy, T icy aro Bold-by all'chsniisLs and medicine vendois.

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AN EXTRAORDINARY WILL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

AN EXTRAORDINARY WILL'.' By^'far the most, extraordinary will) e.ver J lodged' at the • Melbourne Probate • Office - is now in hands "of "• the-probate aiithori'-' ties. The testator was an old man named LeslieyNornian .-L.eehh Bolger,^, late'A of' ,Radnor-street, .-Camberwell, ' gentleman. • He made a will in 1898 on a slip of paper -" pasted on the inside of the lid of a small carved'wooden bos, which^was -evidently used as a glove box. In a weak- hand is written, "I leave all-'to•• mother if any thing happens to me.'' Appended is-ithe almost indecipherable signature of the dy ing; man.- Tw.o^ witnesses-names-are sera wled across - the■" paper. - The' glove | is-'lodged as--an' important' exhibit-.' --Its Ixover'is rudely carved,"-and the keen com | mercial instincts'of >the probate* office-v are 1 evidenced by-' a- shilling stamp ■ carefully iaffixedto the bottom of* the box. : The old,man's'estate: is valued - at per-!? sonalty.

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

BOWRAL'FRUITISHOP— OPPOSITE 'Poat'GflVce.iBowrdl. TTlto >ne!it nan's niofit varied stooli-oat 'of ''Sydney. <Giill 'lan^i seC'OUCHliow.. . rtr. -T. inorwoOTJ; SoK MHawafjer: -MAFEEINB DINIKG ;ROlHttS.. MfsM( S.Gustwg, '■ Having.'talcerr ver tlie iBuimess srGceiltljF (carried1 on ljy.'Mrs.- A. !Beatwb, lias removed to -more, ConijnoilioiK? -Premises Opposite !Rullierford's,-Bong iBong"Strecitr (Choicest 'Frtii t'a-nd '.Con'fectibnisiiy • always' on ih&nU..;. •RE'E'RESH.KIEN^iDEPA'RTMENT. -Special:attention will '-be jgiven ito ' : this.'Department. •'Hot DinnersIDaily. .. v. . ^Special 'Room: for Xadies; Novv'sYourOhance -For the following Bicy cles MUST BE SOLD. 'Gent's"Rover"Bicycle, almost new 'anE 'in splendid'order, a [bargain £12. :io'/. •'Gent's 'Rapid, ^racing ^handles, up-to date -machine,'to clear at £7 U'sf. ■■ Xady's Eclipse,:in perfect 'Order, to 'be . given < awayifor -£8 atp/. • : -Gent's ^20' Htimber, ipraGtically -new,, must be sold' ...

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

Tenders wanted : for am''additions: tc-; " Warrington," Burradoo. -Plans,' pt'c.',,"on > job. 0. H. • HALS'i'EAD,- " WorringtonV' Burra doo.- ■ 708. BOWRAL - MUSICAL SOCIETY.—No PBA0-' ; TIGE can bo hold on MONDAY evening next on account ot Schoolroom beinfi required (or otiier purposes. • A'. HOLMES, lion. Soo. 772 I^OR SALE, ■ ol)Qiir,'' noT7,v WATCH' in' splendid" >•' condition. ■ Apply tins'oflioo."' •• • • • idR' SALE—3 ' Lady's Bioyalosy111 Gebt'B Biaycles,.<and all Cyclists Goods." - —A. W BEER, Freb Press Ofncd;'": " OUBLIC NOTICE.—Give orders early for Priirio X: Befef, Mutton, Pork, Veal, and'Lamb; Also all kinds of'Poultry dressed or alive.. Carts deliver in Bowral daily. • All customers punctually attended to by praotiaal men.—J. W. norman, Butchor, Moss Valo. • BOWRAL- FOOTBALL- CLUB. The 'annual general meeting ot tiio ' above Clnb will bd hpld 'at"tbo*.Bowrfil Eire Station on TUESDAY' NIGHT NEXT, 23i'd inst., at 8 p.m. - Business: Election of OIQcers,...

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GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

garden and field calendar for april. By A. Landsdowne, G'nulburn. Owino to the March rains, (fao land is in fine order for cropping, and largo areas should be sown soon ] hb possible, thai crops may get a start before the oold WeaShW.- Work all lands deeply and thorough ly and add suitable manures. Payable crops can not be grown without cultivation and manure. Now. varieties oC oats, wheat, &o., should bo tried, also experimental plots of new grasses. We may look; for unsettled weather,- with considerable rain, some thunder weather, cool sea breezes, also early frosts and fog; Kitchen Garden.—Sow at once onions, all kinds, and plant potato and tree onions, broad beans, and sow herbs, cabbage, of sorts only, lettuce, raddish, turnips, &o„ plant out cabbage and 'cauliflower, find of month a few early peas may be tried. Field.—Sow oats, wheat, rye, barley, lucerne, cocksfoot, rye-grnss, clover, vetches, onions. Orchard.—Still attend to eodlin moth, taking off' bandages,...

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

BOWRAL AND ROBERTSON FREE PRESS, 2/- per quarter in advance. . BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM. STENOGRAPHY, A W. BEER is prepared to receive pupils . for SHORTHAND Particulars and terms on application at Office of this Paper.- 268 ^fUE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY of SYDNEY, Ltd. Capital paid np' . . £1,000,000 ■Reserve Fund .. .. .. 1,010,000 Baservo Liability 1,000,000 Total .. £3,010,000 MUEMcms. <}.• J.- COHEN Esq., Chairman. Hoti. fI.E.KATER,M.L.C.,Deputy Chairman. Hon.- HENRY MOSES, M.L.C. Kori.- RICHARD JONES, M.L.G. • EDWARD KNOX; Esq. QIlNEnAri'SrANAQEBi- ; T. A DIB15S, Esq. auditors. j M. S; CAPE,' Eb(j , und W. L. DOCKER, Esq.- J BRANCHES in Now South Wales and Queens-.I .land. Agencies throughout the world. | Bowral Bruneh,' GAVIN GEORGE, Manager. THE MERCIFUL MAN "is rbferoiful to his Boast. Tjjfl cold nights nra with ub. If you are wise you 'toill protect your HORSES AND COWS with NAVY CANVAS RUGS, •also Rugs rnado to order'Jot either Horses or Cows. Horae Clippers, ...

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

S. A. JOBHSS. Reductions in. Prints! Xieductions 'in: Cambrics!' I Reductions in Muslins I TO MAKE ROOM FOR AUTUMN GOODS TO ARRIVE. A large and varied stock of Prints, Zephyrs, Cambrics, Sateens, and Muslins to select from. Also, a/large quantity of Boys' Speckled GALATEA HATS at' 2/9 each. REAL GENUINE BARGAINS ! — AT — S. A. JONES'S. A Few Reasons ■0 ■<y W H Y wz You should Ah WAYS deal I AT CHRISTIE'S. II if You "will firyl tile -liafgfest assortment of General. Drapery,'Clothing, and Mercery in the District to sclect front, and will really get BETTER VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY than AT. AMY OTHER STORE. You cannot go Wrong; in rrtaking. your selection, as none but RELI ABLE AND-SERVICEABLE GOOIjS are kept in sto'clcj v ' We keep'the stock well assorted and up-to-date by constantly .purchasing our goods; in small quantities. ' i WE ARE NOW SHOWING AS SPECIAL BARGAINS a 'few ! ' Boys' Suits, Knickcr Suits, Men's Suits,. Hats, Shirts, & Sox marked at wholesale cost -to ...

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

Tea! Tea !! WE always have on hand now shipments of: speoially prepared Ceylon,'Indian, and China Teas to suit cfur customers. Wo also keep the-best GoiTee, Cocoa, and Esscnco> of Oollco. • ' ' If you havo not tried'Our Tea, sond for Baraple, free on application.. We havo the Flavoring Tea in'llb',. 21b,.'and Gib. boxeB. Price—'5/per'lb. (No Agent Employed,) J. A. MOV & CO. C'lfl George-street, Sydney. T. B. Dunwoodie, Moiiimentai Mason, BOW HAL. 82-11 PANSIES.. A]].'lovers of this old favorlte 'should try .our unrivalled strain,'3d and 6d per pkt. Sow now for early spring flowering. Bulbs, Daffodills,. Hyacinths, Ane mones, Ranunculus,-etc., etc. All orders carefully attendeclto, whether small or large. Send for OTTR CATalogue. For the VEGETABLE GARDEN we have-all kinds of "Vegetable-Plants, Roots, and Seeds. Just try General GARDEN WORK attonded to by exper-; iencert hands. GARDEN REQUISITES and. MAN ORES, al ways on hand. . . / . Agents for Messrs. J. and C. Howard's' ...

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The New Home Sewing Machine. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

The New Home Sewing Machine. The sewing inachine exhibits are always of interest to lady visitors, antl no mauluxfu. seems to seoure so much attention as the New Home. They are machines of finest American manufacture, and have received diplomas or matin,Is whenever exhibited in competition. •' New Homes " are fitted with ball bearings to increase their light running qualities, and pi'ettily ornamented wood work to enhance their already artistic design and appearance. There are several styles ot these Machines, the No. 14 being the most popular, while tiie No. 10 meets the taste of those who prefer an article which, when not in use, loses' somowlmt the conventional ap pearance of a sewing machine, and oan be used for decorative or other purposes. " New Home " Machines claim to embody every mechanical device necessary to produce per feet work. Self-setting needle, a cylinder shuttle, a tension practically automatic, which rarely needs changing; a loose balance wheel, which alio.vs the...

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B. Y. M. A. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

b. y: m. a. At the Bowral Young Men's* Association? ■ Hall-" on ■■■Wednesday night".last a.wery pleasant musical' evening' was - spent* in lieu of.-the- customary debate, "which"is held every three weeks.- Ladies were not privileged.to attend this rather interesting event; The varied assortment of' items all te'nded>to create interest. -There were songs sentimental and - comic, recitations ditto, startlingghost yarns, the" veracity of which some"were prone to doubt," etc.," etc. The unique programme'-submitted was as follows :*— Reading, Settling Ton the: jLand (Lawson), by Mr; J:. Hart;, song,. Queen of Angels, Mr. T-.* Chapman.; comic recitation, -Mr. E; Poole:;'iaidetec-. tive story, Rev.- A. W. • Parton ; . song," i The Nigluless Land; Mr; H. E. Jones ; recitation; Potatoes, Mr.'Harry Ed wards; i true ghost story,"- Mr. K. Dresch'er,;." reci-1 tation,-KingJ3ruce and ■ the Spider, ■. Mr. i S; Frost ;.reading, Mr; J: Hart,-The Bush Undertaker ;. Mn :JV- Weekes proved a-', favor...

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Burrawang. WEDDING BELLS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

Eii rr a i ig. - WEDDING' BELLS/ 'On Tuesday last Bii'frawangT was?'- again •; responsible for the celebration of - another1 Kvcdding. On this occasion the * interes ted parties-were Miss - Tina* Mackis -and Mr. Fred. Wright. Tlie- ceremony took place in , the Presbyterian1 Church,1- the Rev. Boswell Berry officiating;- The .bride was handsomely dressed' in:"a'!white sillc costume, with -' long tulle " veil,' and wreath of orange blossoms, and '-carried • a beautiful ': bouquet of chrysanthemums and;maiden,hair fern.- A gold muft-chain was the bridegroom's: present;■- Miss Mackie's little- niece was bridesmaid,* wHile-Mr; J.Wright acted as best: man.' large number- of guests attended ! the breakfast.;The-; weddings presents ■ wer-e numerous and costly;- . . A rather-; peculiar but "fatal accident •we are informed, happened to a horse while beingvridden-'home from?church.1.on: Sunday evening. The animal by seme means fell and broke, its' neck.- Death was-instantaneous. • As' an: East...

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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

NOTES AND COMMENTS. ■The steel combine of the "United States- and tho kerosene-pool of Sydney- differ ouly- as far as their capital is concoanedi Both have gained coutrol of two important^ commodi ties, and exploit the public whom they have at their marcy. The one of more iutecest to Australians is the kerosene monopoly and the hardening, of price which week'by- week reveals.- Every consumer of kerosene has to pay more, nnd;the pooK niatees a; profit that: is fabulous on ■ the capital-invested.' Tho only retaliation that lies with the public is to got to bed early, bum no lamps, and get up with the sutf; as yet:uo Yankee com bine-has tackled Old Sol. • ' TiiE churchos in 'Western Australiarecently. asked'the Bank officials-of'that State if the' charge of 10/r. per anuum' on each church, religious,' or charitable account: could wot be ' foregone, but the^reply-was Nou l?ossim 16. ■ This ia the stereotyped' auswer of a! Trust Combine Monopoly and Autocrat, and im plies that the foot o...

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