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FARM and GARDEN SYDNEY MILK SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 7 August 1901

FIUIM iii|il GAB SYDNEY MILK SUPPLY. The following interesting account of the milk supply of Sydney is from the pen of Mr. J. L. Dow, in the Leader':-— A special factor of the Sydney dairying business generally, whether, for local milk and butter supply or for export, is its concentration within the control of a limit ed number of very large private companies of which the most extensive is the New South Wales Ice Company, whose central depot is situated on the water front at the foot of Liverpool-street, and connected by a siding with the main railway system of the State. The extensive character of the operations carried on by these large proprietary associations is given some idea of in the fact that this one alone,'which is under ■ the management of Mr. 'Lance, formerly of Euroa, in Victora, handles fully one-half of the rnillc supply of Sydney, which is estimated at an average of 12,000 gallons per day. Of this quantity Mr. Lance's-company handles 6000 gallons, two other firms ab...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 7 August 1901

Great Clearing Sale of Drapery. Great Clearing Sale of Drapery. Great Clearing Sale of Drapery. ALL GOODS/?Jk A RARE CHANCE Marked below Cost Price. For Intending Purchasers, As it is well-known that a Duty of 20 Pep Cent, is going on the New Tariff on All Dnapery. This is a Genuine N& Clearing-Out Sale. v BONG BONG STREET, BOWBAL. A Few lieasons WHY You should ALWAYS deal AT CHRISTIE'S. W gig S|g . tft§ - : 3TS 5 <M You will find the largest assortment 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 pfo wrong; in making your selection, as none but RELI ABLE AND SERVICEABLE GOODS are kept in stock. We keep the stock well assorted and up-to-date by constantly purchasing our- goods in small quantities. WE ARE NOW SHOWING AS SPECIAL BARGAINS a few Boys' Suits, Kniclcer Suits, Men's Suits, Hats, Shirts, & Sox l marked at wholesale cost to clear them ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 7 August 1901

With Chamberlain's Cough Slemcdy You are well yrepaved. Don't waale precious lime ,aiid money in trying a lot of cough cures, At the first sign of a cou;{h purchase a bottle of Chamber lain's Goujjh Remedy, which i* plcawvnt to the tusle nnd e£f«ctive. Once tried, always used. For fmle by D. Morgan, bowral. The capital of the great American Steel Trust is one billion one hundred million dollars. The money paid to workmen during the first year was 132,000,000 dol, (£26,500,000). Write for frco capy of valuable bo*k about yourselves your health, yonr ha>pinesa, yonr future.' It con urns a full exposition of the human system and tho remedies adopted. No need toconsultdwlorH. Posted free iu Hoalrn enviJope. Every man fihould read it. Address—G. Specific, C39 Klizabelh-dtreei North Melbourne. TO LABIES. No need to considt do.-R»; .r chemists. The rcmedira yon require iti your owis hands. Write for iroe <sopy of valuable bovk about wursul.e1?, vmr healili, vou'r welfare. Eve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 7 August 1901

hat Night Cough, and, as far n<t that Is concerned, any congh or cold, can bo relieved and cured by our TEREBGNE COUCill KALSAH. It is on entirely reli able cough halnam, which has had an enormous sale during this winter. It eecms to give better satisfac tion than any other like preparation that we can get hold of. If yon have a cough or cold, get this rem edy .md got well. If you arc hoarse it will clear your roico in a few hours. A Tight Cough ia not an easy thing to loosen. It fastens itself on to the bronchial tubes, and reaches for tho lungs; There is a way to SHAKE IT OFF i'/ the system. It's an ensy way, Take TEUEBENE COUGH BALSAM. Thia remedy will care every time. Its ourativc properties go to tho spot where the mean little tickling annoys you, and drives it out quickly. I'JSCIVE Is. Gdv Our WINTER COUGH LOZENGES for Hoarseness and Tickling in tho Throat. One taken before going to bed, you will not be disturbed by coughing, but will get & oomfortable night...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 7 August 1901

BOWHAL FRUIT SHOP. OPPOSITE Post OITioo, Bowral. The no8t and most variod stock out of Sydney. Call and sec our show, H. T. HOPWOOD, 95-13 Manager. N OTIC E J\V. NORMAN, Butcher, will open ihoprom . • ises Intel; ocoupied by the -Sutton Koreafc Butchering Corapuny, Bowral, on MONDAY NEXT, the 2'2nd in at. J.W.N, hopes by. strict attention to. business, combined <vith oivility, to command a fair share of patronage.- Beef, mutton, pork, lemb, and veal of thn boat quail. Poultry of all lilnds nJivo or drosBod to order. ROBERTSON. "IY/I R. J.. GRAHAM has. been, appointed Agon I: 1YJL foe tho " Bowral and Ro'iortson Free Prows" lit lloburttton, Kaugaloon, uad neighboring .towns. Mr. Graham's receipt for all 'mooies on behalf of this journal will be auflioient discharge. "Wjt.^BEFR, Proprietor.. Bowral,. July 23id, 15)01., GRIFFITHS BROS., Tea, Coffee, and Cocoa. Merchanis* 534 GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY. OPP. Town Hall.. WE beg to notify our numerous oustomera iiv Bowral and distri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 7 August 1901

MABSTOHa-'S CLBARAWOB Sale Price Usual Price Fancy Stripe Matting ... ... 7^- ••• 8fd Strong Hall Floor Cloth ... t/t ... 1/3^ „ Floor Cloth 2 yds. wide 1/5 ... . i/6£ . „ ' Linoleum 3/1 ••• 3/9 . _ Sale Price Strong Linoleum 2 yds. wide ... 4/11 Dutch Carpet yard wide Imitation Tapestry Carpet 7^. Usual Price •• 5/6 9$d. i/3i. Men's Tweed Suits Sale Price 8/6 • - " ' V.. 13/ ■ '••••• : — • I6/. 2 3/ very special 15/6 Usual Price 1 a/6'" i6C • ... 20/ ... 28/6 ... 22/6 Lot of Pad Vests Very Cheap MADE, Sale Price Usual Price: Very Superior Finish and Quality 34/ ... 40/ . .. >. ». 35/6 "... 42/ 11 « » 31/® ••• 3^/6 Boys' Norfolk and Sailor-Suits at Clearing Prices, flannelettes Sale Price Usual Price Blouse &Dressing Gown Flannelettes 4fd. ... 6Jd. „ „ „ 6|d. ... 8d, 8§d. Plain Sky.Blue „ „ 2§d. ... 3fd AJSI> FLANNELS. ' Sale Price ' Pink Flannelettes ... ... 3d. .1 » (very wide) ... y£d. »». 11 ••• ••• ••• 5^. Usual Price 3|d. ... 8£d. ... ..6&d. . . . . . . •...

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A Win for the Army. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 7 August 1901

A Win for the Army. The Full Court on Wednesday delivered its reserved judgment in the caso of John Hondy against Philip Jenkins. It was an appeal on behalf of the plaintiff, who sought to establish the will of tho lata Elizabeth Jenkins of Long Reef, near Manly. The testatrix, at tiio tiino of making the will, was 78 years of ago. Sir. Justice Walkor, bofore whom the suit was heard, found against tho plaintiff, holding that he was not satisfied that tho testatrix know and approved tho contents ,of tho will. Ilenee the appeal. The respondent, who was a nephew ot deceased, disputed the will on throe grounds, namely, that at the timo of making it testatrix was not of sound mind, memory, and under standing ; that she did not know and approvoits contents ; and undue influence on tho part of ! certain members of tho Salvation Army. This latter ground was abandoned during tho argu j ment in the court below, there being no evi i (taupe to siiDDort it. The Chief Justice said the will was ex...

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THE KING AT THE HORSE GUARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 7 August 1901

THE KING AT THE HORSE GUARDS. It is just forty-six years since the King assisted at a ceremony on tbe same spot, and of precisely tbe same character as that in which he played the chief part on Wed nesday .says "Cosmopolite in To-Day. InMay, 1855,QueenVictoriaquitesnddenlyannonncod that she should present in person the medals to her troopa who had served in the Crimea. The day was brilliant, and the scene, as on Wednesday, magnificent and interesting. The first officer to receive a medal was one ' who was again present laBt week—the Duke of Cambridge. A specially pathetic feature was the late. Sir Thomas Tioubridge, who bad lost both feet, and was in a bath chair. The Queen not only affixed tbe medal to his breast, but at the same time announced to him his appointment as one of her aides de-camp. The men, to the number of four hundred and fifty, were subsequently enter tained,, at dinner in the riding sobool of Buckingham Palace. All the junior mem bers of the Eoyal Family were pres...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 7 August 1901

If you stop eating you will surely get thinner and thinner, until at last you starve to death. Grass " won'tanswer, althougli' it is good for the horse, You must have a food suitable to your needs. i, Hair Vigor is a hair food. It •won't take the place of grass or bread. It is good for the hair, and that is all. It feeds the hair with hair food. The hair can't keep from ' growing* It stops falling out because it is hearty and strong. And it always restores the. early rich, dark color to gray hair. We say that "gray hair is starved hair"; and the only way to treat it is to supply the best kind of hair food. This is where Ayer's Hair Vigor differs so' greatly from other hair preparations; it feeds the hair. Just keep that in mind all the time you are using it. pftfared b? D(. f. C. Ajfer Co.. Lowellt Miss., U, S. Aa

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 7 August 1901

At Balaclava years ago, Six hundred men engaged the foe, Ah 1 what a gallant charge watt made, By that courageous Light Brigade. Though many perished there, who knows The number killed by Russia's snows. For none oan damp and cold endure, Without some Woods' Great Peppermint Curb, Tha high nails of the Palace Emporium have now been pulled down. Id their fall they destroyed several adjoining shops. Prizewinners At the Bendigo Fire Brigade Competition. ' During our preparation for the Bendigo Fire Bri gade Demonstration we received some very severe strains, and almost broke down, but by the liberal nse of Chamberlain's Fain Balm, which was recom-. mended to us for strains and sprains, we were able to face the starter. ' The result was we hot only won five first prises out of seven entries, but also won the agregate prize for the whole of the demonstration. 'Naturally we are much pleased with Chamber lain's Pain Balm', and take this opportunity to re commend it to all athletes or those...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 7 August 1901

' • - ii: in--. .n - • - «■* SOlr. Cecil CompUn. T PuptLS Received or Visited in Bowral and District, PIANOFORTE, ORGAN, AND SINGING Candidates' prepared for College nnd University Examinations in Theoretioal and Practical Music. Addrbss : Post Office, Bowrai., For the Tea you drink* For the Bread you eat, For the Hat you wear, For the Clothes you put on, . . . , TRY « . . » Rutherford, jli O T3FHT R A Xi. ,r He can do all of these Equally Well for you.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 7 August 1901

At Haig & Co's Clearing; Sale, 6 pairs Socks for ¥8* '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 7 August 1901

AUTHENTIC MEDICAL OPINIONS WORTH KNOWING.—Dr. Osborne says: I use SANDER it SONS EUCALYPTI EXTRACT as a cpray for nasal oatarrb, low fever, asthma, &o., with great sucooss. I find this preparation superior to all other*." Dr. Stahl: " I lm*e used various prepar ations of Eucalyptus, but' I get better results from SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT than from any other." Dr. Preston : " I never use any Eucal.vtus preparations other tlinn SXNDRIV A' SONS', as t found tbo others to he almost useless." l)r, Hart: It goes without Ra.ving that SANDER A SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT is the best in the market." In influenza, all fevers, throat and lung trouble, diptberia, diarrhooa, dysentery, kidney com plaints, rheumatism, wounds, sprains, uloers, &a., it is invaluable. See that you got SANDER & SONS', and reject spurious preparations, which are sorao-. times supplied by unscrupulous dealers.

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Memorial Service at St. Jude's. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 7 August 1901

memorial Service at v St. Jude's. Oil Sunday afternoon last, tlie usual monthly Children's Service, was bold as a memorial of the deaths of the two little boys, Sydney White aged 11 years and the little six year son of Mr. Asher of Hope wood. The hymns were specially .selected and in the sermon the rector made touching allusions to,the death beds of these poor little fellows, both so patient in their last illnestand so thonghtful of others to the very'laat Sonrce a fortnight ago both were hearty and well, then came the fracture of Sydney White's arm while romping when looking on at a football match, and Mr;' Asher's son, a fine hearty little fellow, was suddenly taken with unconsciousness and pneumouia developed that caused his death. The funeral of the latter took place at the General Cemetery on Monday afternoon, the Eev. E. S. Wilkinson officiating. Amongst those attending we noticed Mr. Osborne and the Misses Osborne (2),

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Local and District Notes. BURRAWANG. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 7 August 1901

Local and District Notes. By " Carrier." (And from our Correspondents.) BURRAWANC. A very successful concert and social was held in Ginger's Hall 'on Friday evening last, the hall being crowded. Mr. R. Turnbull, J.P., occupied the chair, and explained the purpose for which the function was being held, viz., the raising of funds to purchase medals for those sol diers belonging to this district, now re turned from South Africa, and also those who may yet return. He next called upon Miss M. Griffiths (in the unavoid able absence of Miss L. Hayter through illness) to play the opening overture, which that young lady performed in a very successful manner. Several songs and recitations were given by performers from Robertson, Kangaloon, etc., also by the local vocal-, ists, all of which were highly appreciated, encores being frequently demanded and responded to. After the conclusion of the concert a vote of thanks to the performers was pro posed by the Rev. D. T. Smith, seconded by Mr. Jam...

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Death of Lady Lackey. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 7 August 1901

Death of Lady Lackey. The news concerning the death of Lady Lackey was received with sincere feelings of regret throughout the whole of this.district. We understand that the deceased lady had been ailing for some little time, but the climax arrived on Monday evening last when the feeble | sufterer entered her eternal rest. The late Lady Lackey was the much respec ted wife of Sir John Lackey, and passed, away at her residence " Elmyra," Peter sham, at the ripe old age of 86 years. She was well-known and highly respected through the Berrima district, her country residence being " Austermere," Moss Vale. The Hon. R. H. Roberts, of Rob erton Park, and Mr. T. Lackey, Moss Vale, are sons of the deceased, while Mr. W. E. H. Neich, of Bowral, is a grand son, and to whom we are indebted, for a perusal of the telegram intimating the above demise. . We understand that the funeral will take place af the Bong Bong cemetery to-day. 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 7 August 1901

DON'T SOP about III When you can Ret NAVY CANVAS RUGS For your llorscs and Cows. That will keep out DEWET. Ebb. Davis, 8AO0LER, STATIONER, BOOKSELLER, &c„ —1 BOWRAL. THE SANATORIUM GRAND HOTEL, ROBBRTSOIV. J. Hamilton, Jun., Proprietor. 1 ' Gooff Accommodation for Visitors. Every Con venience. Splendid Situation. Hotel lighted with Acetylcne Gas. Best Brands of wines and spiritB kept. ' 701 House-Painting, PAPER-HANGING, DECORATING. Picture Frames of every descrip tion made to order. All Workmanship Guaranteed." A. E. LEES gboJ> : 3V\errigang Street, (Opposite Milton House, Bowral). 589 Removed! Removed! W. SOUTHALL Hob removed to MORE COMMODIOUS PREMI SES next to HILLBROS. >v OoaaH Building and Horse Shoeing carried out in • best style. a.FENTON, Burrawaiig, WISHES to announce to the residents of the district that lie has taken over the BLACK SMITHING and WHEKLWRIGHT BUSINESS rdcently carried on at Mr. barker's premises, and. liopcs by strict attention to business and...

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United Friendly Societies' Demonstration. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 7 August 1901

United Friendly Societies' Demonstration. The general Committee met at Mr. W. R. Farrow's residence air Monday evening. Present: Messrs. Jos. Stokes (chairman), W. R. Farrow (general secretary), Rt) Loseby (treasurer), J. A. Moses, T; S, Piggott, T. E. Cope, W. W. Smith, Win? Beer, \V. Savell, A. J. Charlesworth, A. Bender, F. Berman, J. W. Loseby, H. Childs, J. J. McDonald, W. J. Lake, J. Ryan, and A. Sweaney. The minutes were read and confirmed. Correspondence. From Staff-sergent McDonald, stating that the H Company will take part in the domonstration on 7th October. From Mr. Wm. McCourt, stating his will ingness to subscribe and do all lie can on behalf of the'demonstration. From Captain McEvilly, stating that the Camden Lancers will, if at all possible, give their heartiest assistance and co-oper ation in the movement the Commitee have in hand. Secretary's Report. Mr. W. R. Farrow, in his report, stated ; that a circular had been drafted and a large number had been sent out, in ...

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MOSS VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 7 August 1901

MOSS YALE The usual monthly meeting of the i Berrima District Ministering Children's [ League took place on Thursday last, when there, was a record winter atten dance of members. Committee present: Mrs. V. J. Blomfield in the chair, Mes dames Chas. Osborne, Samuel, Good ridge, Stafford, '^John Badgery, Frank Baagery, Wallace, Davies, Gale and. Yeo (hon. secretary). An apology for non-attendance was received from the Rev. D. W. Weir. Mrs. Riley, treasurer M.C.L., Bowral, was welcomed as a visi tor. Mrs. Parnell (treasurer), wrote ask ing for leave of absence until October, which was granted, and Mrs. Blomfield was appointed for the time being. It was decided to ask Mrs. Leech to open the bulb show in September, also that 5s, a donation from Mrs. Leech, be given for best decorated go-cart; Mrs. Ben. Osborne, Bowral, sent 5s for prize fund. Mrs. Fraser (manager Messrs. A. Yates and Co.), Exeter, was granted a table 12 x 4 for a non-competitive exhibit of daffo dils. The date of the ann...

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ROBERTSON [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 7 August 1901

ROBERTSON A draught match between Burrawang and Robertson was played here on Satur day evening last in the School of Arts, when Burrawang proved victorious by 24 games to 14. A man named Edward Davis attemp ted to commit suicide at the residence of Mr. R. McDonald by cutting his throat .with a razor. Dr. Reid was called in and treated him, and although the patient is still unconscious (Friday nvorning) the Doctor has every hope of his recovery. Frank O'Reilly, who is in the employ ment of Mr. W. R. Hindmarsh, jnr., got his hand caught in a chaff cutter and had three of his fingers taken off. He was treated by Dr. Reid who found it neces sary to amputate the fourth finger. By a communication from the Public Works Department, Mr. Alex. Campbell, M:P.. has been notified of the fact that the Minister has approved of the sum of ^o°to be placed'on the next estimates for the Macquarie Pass road. The following have been" appointed as trustees of the Macquarie Pass Reserve : Messrs Robert Le...

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