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FARM and GARDEN RUGGING DAIRY COWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 3 August 1901

RUGGING DAIRY COWS. "Subscriber" writes the following inter esting letter to the Melbourne " Leader " on the use of rugs for stock: The rugging of dairy cows is being widely discussed in the Terang district, and all are agreed that cows that are rugged are more uniform in their milk yield than those left exposed to the weather. Even the best of shelter, in the way of edges or belts of timber does not protect the cows from the cold, though they serve as efficient wind and rain breaks. One dairy farmer, who has admirable shelter of this kind, says that he can always tell what the night has been like by the yield in the morning. It has a falJ from 10 to 15 gals, in a herd of 40, with every very cold night, which is a serious loss; he intends to rug all of his best cows next winter. The rugs cost j2/- each, and he estimates that they will last three winters, so that the annual cost will be 3/-. He reckons he will gain this half a dozen times over, and at the same time keep the cows in f...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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FERTILISERS FOR POTATOES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 3 August 1901

FERTILISERS FOR'POTATOES The Berrima ( District grows a fair quota of potatoe^i an^ records from the New York Agricultural Experiment Sta tion, extending now/Over a period of four years should prove .instructive.' / One of the facts brought put is that .'although the tuber and tops tff the potato contain a large proportion o)f potash, the use of large quantities of p^otassic fertilisers lias. ,, not been justified b^'the results. As these experiments have beSr-'^ied out on four different farms for fo£ir consecutive years, . considerable weight> must attach to the conclusions derived. ^ In 1898 the appli;^>* cation of 40 lb. nitrofeen and 80 lb. piuSs phoric acid gave just^aslar^-atT increase as when an additional 100 lb. of potash was applied. The experiments have also shown tnat the largest average profit was raised from, a mixture containing 4 per cent, nitrogen,' ^ 8 per cent, available phosphoric acid, and.. 10 percent, potash. Phosphoric acid was touud to be an important ...

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

All who soffer from weak digestion should ent Rutherford's malt brand, it i3 highly recommended. Ask for cart to call.—*

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EDINBURGH DAIRY FARMING. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 3 August 1901

EDINBURGH DAIRY FARMING. Enormous crops of rye grass are grown in the Edinburgh district, cutting 12 tons per acre in the green state, and at least three and often four cuts were secured in the course of a single season by the liber al use of nitrate of soda. Up to 3 cwt. per acre of this fertiliser is used at each icut on these highly farmed lands, and the fertility seems to go on increasing rather than decreasing. These heavy crops were mostly all grerwn by the farmers to sell to the cow feeders of Edinburgh and suburbs, the cows-in.the 'city numbering 20,000. The cows are only milked for nine or ten months, and then passed on to the butcher; all the time they are kept under such high pressure as regards feeding that by the time the milk yield begins to fail they 3re very nearly ready for the fat stock market. This waste of cow life may be regarded as absolutely indefensible, but the system under which the cows are kept, would hardly permit of any other arrangement. In the city.co...

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

MITTAGQNG. Mr. A. W. Tooth lias uotified his iuten tioa of giving a dance ,ou the 18th inst. ia nid of tha School of Arts. Tlio offer has boeu gladly accepted by tlio committee. The librarian of the School of Arts ia un able to account for tlio mystical disappear ance of 19 books. Messre. J. Hilder und Mealing have been elected bona. sec. und .treasurer respectively. •

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Draughts. KANGALOON v. BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 3 August 1901

■OiraMgBats. KANGALOON v. BOWRAL'. j A match was played on Thursday night last between the above tennis at Mrs. I ■Cushing's Mafeking Refreshment'Rooms, .Uowral, and resulted in a win for the visitors by 4 games. At the conclusion ot.;the match, excellent refreshmentswere: handed round, provided by Mrs; Gushing' af the'expense of the home loam,'- after' which Mr. T. Garrad, in a neat little speech, thanked the Kangaloonites for coming in and beating them, and said alfhough they had been beaten, they had thorough ly'enjoyed themselves, and he hoped they would again have the pleasure of playing them and give them a good " doing." Mr. W. Harrigan in responding; thank ed the Bowral team for the pleasant time they had had and for the excellent way they had been treated ; and . when: they; (Bowral) journeyed to Kangaloon they would be only too pleased- to return the compliment. The teams were captained by" Messrs. E. Noble;and W.. Murray. •i. Tiie scores of the match are as follows : - Ka...

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The Proposed Ball. IN AID OF THE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 3 August 1901

TTfae Proposed Mall* 'IN AID OF THE "HOSPITAL. On Wednesday afternoon last a represen tative meeting, presided over by Mr. Gavin George,-wag beld in the Town Hall for the purpose of making arrangements for the holding of the annual hospital ball. The chairman briefly announced the nature of the gatheriug, and coute/ided that with a strong committee the project could be car ried to a successful issue. He thought the function would not clash with that to bo given by the friondly societies. The following committee, with Mr. 0. W. Mat'sdt-H- as lion treasurer, and Mr. J. White as lion, secretary, with power to add, was then-appointed : the members of the hos pital committee and their wives; Dr. and Mrs. Basil Foulds, Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Bagot, Mr. Thirtle, Mr. i and,Mrs. Christie, Mr.and Mrs. Whiteman,'! Mr. a'M Mrs. Lintott, Mr. aud Mrs. Arthur | Tooth, Mr. nitd Mrs.-Gottec, Mrs. Arnold, Mr. aud Mrs. V. B. Biley, Mrs. Stungor Lsatlies, Miss Campbell, Mr. Arthur Cor...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 3 August 1901

NOTES AND COMMENTS. The good folks of Robertson are in a quandary because there is tip resident doctor to usher humanity into existence or'otherwise. A guarantee fund has, IjQweyer, been started, but spasm is over, the responsible ones fre quently vanish into thin air. We may learn a lesson from China where doctors are paid as long as their supporters are well, but as soon as illness supervenes payment instantly ceases. A doctor should, do well on these terms in our healthy Berrima District. $ & * • Another squint at China shows the wis dom of the celestials. Here we are, all Anglo-Saxon energy and life is spent punishing a ball. The' babe cries for a ball which he forthwith destroys, and the youth vents his whole muscular power Upon balls, cricket and foot. When the wisdom teeth are being cut, tennis and croquet provide the necessary balls, and in sere old age there comes golf.. The Chinaman conserves energy and youth, and aye fly kites of wondrous design and artistic make....

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MOSS VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 3 August 1901

MOSS VALE A meeting of the B.D.A.H. and I. So sciety was held at the' Royal Hotel on ^Monday afternoon. Owing doubtless to the snowy inciement weather the atten dance ' was small. ■ Mr. T. Seery was •chairman," and the' minutes of the last .meeting were read and confirmed. A letter- from the Public Works De partment was received stating, in reply to" a request for a donation of three or four dozen flags to the society, that there were 110 fiags:Ior distribution. . \ The secretary of the Dairymen's Union, .Kiama; wrote'asking the society to send delegates to the conference of dairymen to beheld in Sydney on'22nd August. ' Mr.'H. Richardson said that he saw no necessity for the society to subscribe' to the Dairymen's Union Society. It would probably be a society to which individual members would subscribe. Mr. H. W. Taylor moved,; " that , as this society cannot at present see its way :to affiliate the'matter stand over to next meeting." . '. • The motion was seconaea oy air. l*. ;Sam...

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

ROBERTSON ■ Dr. H. A. Reid lias entered upon bis pro fessional duties at Robertson. In order to induce tbe medical gentleman- to stay pet lnaneully it litis been decided to form a .guarantee fond, the following oflicora being appointed : ^President; -Mr. W. R. Hind marsh, J.P.V secretary, Mr. E. A. Swan ; treasurer, Mr. R. G. Ferguson ; committee, Messrs R. MeEvillv. M. IS. Ilindmarsli, J. 1). Wood, W. I. Wilkinson, W. G. Warby, J. Curtis, W. Graham, J. Vandenbergh, M. G-. MoDonagh,' W. Oollis, J. T, Stone, and 'jpj. Bursill. Wo understand that it was •s'naiuly through the instrumentality of. Mr. Swau that Dr. Reid hits set up iu Robert son, and tbe above fund initialed.

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HANGING A STOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 3 August 1901

HANGING A STOVE;. A woman in Paris, desirous of getting rid of her husband, rigged an impromptu gallows in a loft above his head, let a rope down through • the trap-door, • and fixed it round his neck as he lay asleep. While she was returning to the loft to complete the manoeuvre the man woke up and, catching the humour of the situation, ■attached the rope to a stove. He then lay.dftwn again, ^nd \yatched the stove being hauled up slowly to the ceiling. The wife, satisfied with the weight of the -pull, hastened to the window and "cried out.that hubby had hanged himself; but when the neighbors arrived they found the stove dangling.: in mid-air, and the ! wife being battered by her l}ugb^t}d in a I corner, .

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Bowral & Robertson Free Press. Saturday, August 3, 1901. ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 3 August 1901

Bowral & Robertson Free Press. Saturday, August 3, 1901. ITEMS OF INTEREST Mr. Compton will resume his duties as organist at St. Jude's from the nth inst. A sharp frost was experienced in Bow ral on Friday morning, but the day turned out beautifully fine. Owing to thaState holiday tho Commer cial Bank at Bowral will bo closed on Mon day, 5Lh inst. An estimate as to the number of rab-1 bits in tlie ;Molong district places it at i more than 5,000,000. .■ ] Bowral is in a chronic state of .sale just now. Ordinary sale* bargain sale, clear ing sale, in fact, continual sale. . It has been decided to hold a plain-and fancy dress ball in1 aid of the Cottage Hospital on the 30th of Augnst in the Bowral School of Arts. . The Minister/for Works■ bas • refused a grant for the metalling of the road from -the top of'Mncquarie Pass to Bowral, an exten sion of the road ,' from- G-lenqnarry to, the Pass, . y " ' - ■ < ■■ The organising.'secretary of the Pres byterian Centuryv Fun...

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

With Chamberlain's Cougli Remedy You are well prepared. Don't waste precious time and money in trying a lot of oougb cures. At the first sign of a cough purchase a bottle of Chamber lain's Cough Remedy, which is pleasant to the taste and eSeotive. Once tried, alwayB used. For Ba}e by D. Morgan, Bow?tyl,

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

Wbile Alfred the Great, for centuries past,. Has slept in hia tomb of rest. Old England has grown to bo ever so vast, Till now she is greatest and best. Hay her sons never have to suffer defeat, But Hold their dear Island secure. Their healths they can keep and coughs always beat, With Wood's GHEAT PEprgaMis? Cpnn.

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

Tea S Tea ! I E always have on hand now shipments of, specially prepared Ceylon, Indian, and China Teas to suit our oustoiners. We also keep the best Coffoo, Cocoa, and Essence of Coffee. If you hare not tried our Tea, Bend for' sample, freo on application. ■ We have tbo Flavoring Tea in lib,. 21b,. and 5lb. boxes. Price—6/ per lb. (No Agent Employed.) 5io George-street, Sydney." T. B. Dunwooclie, Monumental Mason, BOWEAL. 8241 The Live Upholsterer. W. STOKES IS still prepared to upholster your suite, or couch, or chairs; repair your furniture—polish, &o. makes Carpets, and cleans and lays them as they should be; repairs the eun shades; fixes up the sewing mnohine ; will re-cane your chairs at less than Sydney prices; makes window blinds, and fixes; furniture packed and stored. w.s. trusts by strict attention to business and good workmanship, at low prices, to merit your pat; ronage. t AU Orders and Telegrams promptly attended to. Note address: VICTORIA STREET, BOWBAL. THE S...

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BOWRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 3 August 1901

i ■ ^ >'m tmrrgj a BOWBAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.. • Meets every alternate Thursday, at the Council Chambers, at 7.30 p.m. Clerk's office hours are : Tuesdays, from 10 to 12 a.m. ; Wednesdays, 7 to 9 p.m.: Pridays, 3 to 5 p.m. Alderman J'. M. Christie, Mayor, Mr. W. R. Farrow, council clerk.

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

CUAMBEfiLA.IN'S COUGH REMEDY : Never disappoints those" who "use it'for obstinnto I oohkIib, colds, or irritations or the throul and lungs, , Fop mile by D. jMoryni), UowjraJ

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

. £Wr. CeciC Compton. ? Pvpilb Received' or Visited in Bowral and District; PIANOFORTE, ORGAN, AND SINGING Candidates prepared for College and Uuivem'ty Examinations in Tbeoretioal and '' Praoticaj Music. ' :• 'Address : Post Office, Bowkal, For tlje Tea you drink3 For ifle Bread you eat, T. } r " For the Hat you wear For the Clothes you put on? . • . • TRY • • . <5 1. Rutherford, -BCJ WEAL „ ll^peta-do all of these Equally Well for-you. %r\ " " > , . * ,/ ' . - y» . ~v»* / ROBERTSON, The Leading Hotel in Town. Only BeBt Brands o£ Wines and Spirits liept. SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION nt reasonable JTfttOH. . First-class 1HLLIARD TABLE. Good Stabling, Grass Paddoolts, and Oattle Yards;'. ; FRED. GRAHAM, 762 • Proprietor. Strengthens the Nerves. When tho bjood is impure the wkolo nervous systom booomes poisoned. It is impossible to throw o£E tliafc terrible depression.; and tlioro is no ambition to work. . But thero is a way whereby you may again bo strong and vigorous. Mr. Ch...

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SERVICES TO-MORROW. Church of England: SS. SIMON AND JUDE, BOWRAL. 3th Sunday after Trinity. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 3 August 1901

SERVICES TO-MOREOW. Church of England: 8S. SIMON AND JUDE, BOWIUL. 3tli Sundav after Trinity« Services 11 and 7 Preacher, tlio Rector. wisQKCAnniBBun. E. Ksngaloon 11, Robertson 3, Burrawang 7 Rev. D. T. Smith. Wesley an Church. Bowral, Mr. W. Ricliimls 11, liov. M. Madtlern 7 Mittagong, Eev. M. Maddern 11, "Mr. D. ButherJord 7- ' Mo^ Yale, Rev. M. Maddern 3 Balmoral, ltov. K. A. Corner 11 Boberlnori, Bev. P. J. Branch 7 Kangaloon, Rev. F. J. Branch 11. -,;.i Myra Vale, Rev, F: J. Branch 3 Primitive Jfethoili.it Chureh. Bowral, Mr. W. Piggofct 11, Mr. J. Genr,v7: ■ " Bundanonn, Rev. A. W. I'arton 11 and 7 ' ■ . i ■Penrose, Rev.-A. W. Pnrton 8 • • ••'••• • Preshjlerian Chtroh. Mittagong 11 - -■ ' Bowral 8.30 and 7 - Rev. Gv A. Gordon. Roman Catholic Church. , . Bowral 0, Be.-rium J1 ltev. Fr. Shoridan. Salvation Army. Barracks, Oddfellows' Hall, -Bowral, 7 and 11 a.m. 8 and 7 p in. Enaiyn Isabel Duffcll.

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

BOWRALAND ROBERTSON FREE PRESS, 2/- per quarter in advance, BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM. THE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY of SYDNEY, Ltd, . Capital paid np .. .. £1,000,000 Rcaervo Fund .. .. .. 1,010,000 jReservo liability .. .. • 1,000,000 Total .. .. £3,010,000 UIRKOTOM. G. J. COIIEN Esq., Chairman. Hon. fl. E. KATER, M.D.C.,Deputy Chairman, Hon. HENRY MOSES, M.Ij.G. Hon. RICHARD JONES, M.L.C. E. W. KNOX, Esq. QRNIUIAT. MANAGER. T. A DIBBS, Esq. Amnions. 13. S. CAPE, Esq. Tbo Hon. P. T. IIUMPHERY, M.L.C. B LANCHES in New South Wales and Queens-' land. Agoncica throughout tlio world. Bowral Branch, GAVIN GEORGE, Manager. GENERAL STOREKEEPER, aad BAKER, BO BERT SON. Orders called for, and r Goods Delivered. Daily. I-Iigihest Cash Price' eiven for jCOW HIDES, • GALE SKINS, JVALLABY SKINS, OPOSSUM SKINS ' KATIVE CAT SKINS. S3B _ Spring' Suitings. ^4ffings., _ J^he Practical and Reliable BOWRAL TASLOBS HAVE made preparations for the coming season by stocking tho newest and most up-to-date ....

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