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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 10 August 1901

With Chstmbcrlniii's Cough Rciuedy You avo ivfill prepared. Don't waste precious litae1 and money in trying a^lot of cough cares'. .At the first sign of a cough purchase a bottle of Chamber- ' Iain's Cough Remedy, which ia pleasant to thetasta - a id effective.- Once tried, always used. Fur Bale by D. Morgan, iiowrai. At Mafgf St €o's Clearings Sale, 6 pairs Socks for IS. AH Run Down No Appetite. Weak. Discouraged. Warm climates always debilitato tlie nervous system. The digestion is slow, and tlio liver becomes sluggish. Im- ■ purities in the blood accumulate, and you go about downhearted and do- ' pressed. . All this may be quickly changed with proper treatment. Mrs. 0. Kennedy, of 20 Erskine St,, North Melbourne, Victoria, sends us hor photograph and this letter* and it brought ma right up to my usual health mid strength. And I v.-.iut to add a word hero about Avor's Cherry 1'octoral. It has cured too of such hard coughs and colds that X feel X could not do without it. For family...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Stray Notes. To the Editor Bowral and Robertson Free Press. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 10 August 1901

Stray Notes* To the Editor Bomral anil Robertson Free Press. Sir, - In Wednesday's i-Hii*) of your paper, dated July 31st, I unte that Mr. Sheldon, wiio for son\! time was a resident in Mittigong, bus secured Ihb liias'-s of tho old Gjnibuni oopper mine, together with the remaining mining plant at present on the ground, aud uIho the large heap of slag which is layinir on the surface at the old smoltiug works, and that away from tho slag heap giro an average of 4 per cent, of oopper, 2 dwts of gold and 2 oz. ot silver to the ton. • This statement looks all right to oommenca with, but the information really required by mining speculators is how much copper, gold, and silver the ore oontairtft in its raw state, and what is tho outlook as to the supply of oopper ore in the underground workings. If a large quantity of pay able ore-could be raided from the mine, tho slag oould then be made use of in perhaps a payable manner. Now that Mr. Sheldon has embarked in this venture, I trust that ...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 10 August 1901

GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR AUGUST. By A. Lanbsbowne, Gnnlbnrn. Tho very sovoro winter has stopped growth, but during August thero Bhould bo a little improvement Many crops should bo got in at once. An potatoes will bo very dear, it will pay to put in a (aw early, nnd oover them from frosts. Further severe weather may bo expected, cold winds, frost, snow, nnd rain. Get all heavy work ovor, nnd givo plenty of manure to all crops and fruit bearing trcOB, and lot all land be broken up deeply to enablo it to re tain moisture. Kitchen Garden. — Sow parsnips,' Carrots, beet, onions, cabbage, peas, broad beans, lcltuce, raddish, leek, ifco. Sorno turnips may bo tried. Plant out asparagus and rhubarb roots and dress beds. To matoes may be sown in boxes. Field.—Sow pens, onions, cabbage, early potatoes, grass seeds, mangels, and prepare land for swedes, &a. Orchard.—Finish pruning, planting young trees, draining, trenching, and manuring. Bo careful to plant young clenn healthy tree...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 10 August 1901

BOWRAL AND ROBERTSON FREE PRESS, 2/- per quarter in advance. • j BEST ADVERTISING.MEDIUM. J THE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY of SYDNEY, Ltd. i Capital paid up £1,000,000 Reserve Fund • 1,010,000 ' Reserve Liability ..» .. .. 1,000,000 Total ... .. £8,010,000 „ j DIRECTORS. I O-. J. COHEN Esq., Chairman. Hon. fl. E. KATEB, M.Ii.O., Deputy Chairman. ' Hon. HENRY MOSES, M.L.C. Hon. RICHARD JONES, M.L.C. E. W. KNOX, Esq. . aisNniiAr. jrANitoKB; T. A DIBBS, Esq. AUDITORS. , '' E. S. CAPE, Esq. The Hon. V. 1'. HUMPHERY, M.L.C. , BRANCHES in New South Wales and Queenp land. Agcneies throughout the world. liowrnl Branch, GAVIN GEORGE, Manager. and BAKER, ROBERTSON., * V Ordcro called lor, and Goods Delivered Daily. JEtigliest Cash. S?r*ice ffiven for COW HIDES, CALF SKINS, WALLABY SKINS, OPOSSUM SKINS NATIVE CAT SKINS. OOO ' Spring Suitings. Summer Saltings. The-Practical and Reliable BOWHAL TAILORS HAVE maflo preparations for the coming season by stocking the nowest. anil moat up-to-date Goo...

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BOWRAL, MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 10 August 1901

BOWK At, MUNICIPAL COUNCIL'. Moots ovcvy alternate Thursday, at the Council Chambers, at 7.30 p.m. Clerk's office hours are : Tuosdays, from 10 to 12 a.m. ; Wednesdays, 7 to 9 p.m. : Fridays, 3 to 5 p.m. Alderman J. M. Christie, Mayor. Mr, \Y. 11. Farrow, council clork.

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Railway Information. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 10 August 1901

Eailway Information. Pashknyibu train3 arrive tit Tiowrnl from Sydney 12.21 a.m. daily, Sundays excepted 7 37 a.m. (Paper Train) daily, Sunday exoepted 11.12 a.m., Saturday only l£C5 p.m. daily, Sunday excopted • 5.33 p.m., Saturday only • 7.58 p.m. daily, Saturday and Sunday oxcoptod ! 9.28 p.m., Saturday only » . Passenger trains leave Bowral for Sydney 3.6 a.m. daily, Monday oscoptod G.5G a.m. Sunday only, stops Mittagong and Strathlield only 7.3 a.m. daily, Sunday excepted. -•"'"T 8.29 a.m. daily, Sunday and Monday excepted, stops Mittagong and Strathliold only 8.31 a.m. Monday only, stops Mittagong, Picton, ' Granville,, and Strath(iel<i only.. . . 1.80 p.m. daily, Sunday excepted.

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 10 August 1901

5Wr. Cecif Compion. - PopiLB Received or Visited in Bowral and District. PIANOFORTE, ORGAN, AND SINGING Candidates prepared for College and University. Examinations in Theoretical and Practical Musio. Address Post Office, Bowbal. For the Tea you drink, For the Bread you eat, For the Hat you wear, V ' ; A' For the Clothes you put on, . , i . TRY . . . . D. Rutherford, ..»■ BOWRAL. y He can. do all cif these Equally Well for yom ANOTHER ■REVOLllTiOra ! CELEBRATED f HAVE mo EQUAL! <k But they are now. 407. REDUCED go per cent. ANOTHER REVOLUTION I ' If you auk why this constitutes "another " revolution, we may remind you that neatly Twenty years ago we initiated a revolution in the Tea Trade of New South Wales. We took the whole business out of III ordinary- channels, and began- to supply consumers direct from the ship's side. Then, for. the Drat ' time, the publio got GOOD TEA at lower prices than they had previously paid for the commonest, and if ; the great business built...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Death of the Empress Frederick. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 10 August 1901

Qeath.of the Empress Frederick. Tho Empress Frederick died oh Moulay ov/ m 1 f. In uomiu(it.iim witii her il nuss, IJ". llonvora ami Dr. Spielh'iijen rep.irtrd that tluj ex,torrul diswi'O. from which she w.m sulla' iixu" recently readied internal organs, that herstreiigfcli was rupidlv dim inishing, and that she was unable to t;iko snffioioiit u-iurislimout. Her Mnj aty, h nvevor. did not sulfor any pain. Dr. linn vera *ont a telo<ram t > tt\p Qerm-in B'npor >r—•' Come with all lriste." Tho Emperor William, tU,e Krapross Au^inta-Victoria, aud tlie Orowu Piinoo Wil'iam. rn.id a rw;>id jour ney to Orouborg, 'ho residence of tho liti E 'i^ro-a. Largo and sympathetic orowda were gatlievol at the oastl-i irat-a. All of liar Mijo ty's children, oxoept Prince Henry. Wire "present. Tho obipq iien fill tiiko pi tee at Potsdam.. Mnintin of ooii<l 'le' oo with tho King nn l with thoQeunan E,in:i ro; were propped iu t.lie Hou ie of Loids un;l iu the Hoa-e uf Uum. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 10 August 1901

'!: The Health Reports Show a greatly increased death vnte from throat and lung troubles, due to the prevalence of Croup. Pneu monia and influenza. Wo advise the use of Cham berlain's Couyh Remedy in all ilisso cliOieiiltiea. It is the only harmless lemedy that gives immediate i-elief." Children li!;e it. For Balo- bjr D. Morgan, Bowrui. .

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Presbyterian. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 10 August 1901

Presby terian.'' ^ ' The indn tion of the Rev. A.. M. Gaull, of Orange, into the pa tonite of St. Andrew's Uliurch, Goulburn, tojk pluue. o;i 1'iiegdny in t'uo church. There was a lu\ira con^roif.ati'in . to witng-a. the. ceremony. The Eh v. Oli-irlei Orane of Taialgi,' olark of the Goulburn preab; tcry, provided and ooii, duotod divine service, proiohiii'Jf nil able sennop suitable to tho occasion from tlio w nla "AYe hnvo t-• i -i C'eaMi a in nurthou vessols."' The Ho v. Bjs wull Borrv, of Mosi Vnlc, delivered tho chirgo to tho new uim'wler, and ilui Rav. Gcov<j.3 Gor.l in. of Bowral, do'iverr.l the oli-uye t,p tho cnngrog ifcinn, iit'or which, the prnHhytory welcomed, fcha J&jv. A.. M. Guuid us tlieir new nurn: or. Words of wtslo'imo wore givon by. Afr. if. C: Oli-u loH, on behalf of the Sabbath, school and by Mr. I. Or nit, on b. h/lf of tho Sabbath Morning Fellowship linl the Chiistinn Endeavour Sjnio'y. I'heFtov. "A. M GuiM Htuod at fc'i'o dtior of the eliut...

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Earth's Vernal Beauties. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 10 August 1901

Earth's Vernal Beauties. BY A BANKER." Though less entraneingly lovely than at the period wliea the glories of autumn are iu their fullest splendonr, yet tbo country-side iu the blithe and joyous spring tide, is a fair vision of new-born boauty ; all the more welcome as at that season the songsters of the wood, mute and dumb when the trees of the forest are assuming their resplendent garb of gold and scarlet, are now oarolling forth their love-songs in thrilling transports of exuberant ecstasy ; the gorgeously painted red-admiral, tortoise shell, peacock, and other butterflies, have emerged from theirlongsleep in Ihechrysalid tomb, and are flitting from flower to flower, sipping the newly distilled nectar,or. basking in the genial rays of the nil-vivifying ruler of the day : while the cooing of the turtle doves and wood-pigeous, and the varied, though less musical, notes of others of the feathered tribos all unite in imparting an. added hilarity and glad exhilaration to; the delight...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 10 August 1901

DON'T When you can get NAVY CANVAS RUGS for your Horses and Cows* That Will keep out DEWET. ICbb. Davis, ATIONER, SELLER, &c., BOWRAL. SADDLER, STATIONER, BOOKSELLER, &c., TUB SANATORIUM R0BEZ&TS09T. J. Hamilton, Jun., Proprietor. Good Accommodation for Visitors. Every Con venience. Splendid Situation. Hotel lighted with Acetylene Gas. Bost Brands ot Wines and spirits kept. 7G1 House-Painting, PAPER-HANGING, DECORATING. Picture Frames of every descrip tion made to order. All, * Workmanship Guaranteed. gbop : 7Vlerridang gt^eef, (Opposite Milton House, Bowrol). < 589 Renjoved I x Removed I Has removed to .mor13- COMMODIOUS PREMI SES next to HILL bkos. " Go&oh Building and Horse Shoeing carried out in best style. J.FENTON, Burrawaiig, WISHES to announce to tho residents ol the district that he hns tnlten over the BI.AOK SMITHING • and WHEELWRIGHT BUSINESS rdcently carried on at Mr. Parker's premises, aad hopes by.striet attention to business ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 10 August 1901

The secret history of the coning HAM CASE. •'THE BOOM CLASSIC OF THE. CENTURY." ' THE AUTHORISED AND ILLUSTRATED VOLUME. The most remarkable Booh ever issued from the Australian press is unquestionable the handsome and profusely illustrated volume entitled. "The Secret History of the Coningham Case. This is the . work upon which the ablest writers in Sydney have been engagod for some time, and which has taxed -the resources of the publishing house. Astounding revelations, peculiar incidents, curious sidelights, and weird undercurrents, unknown to tho general publio' and rescued from oblivion. Startltng let-. ' ters, extraordinary documents, and strange papers/ arc reprinted.ia all their photographic reality, ah<! none will be more surprised than the authors ,6t these productions when they reoognise their own hands in a volume whiah will be preserved in every household. The work is only obtainable by order direct, as the demand is phenomenal. Orders for the first edition m...

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PRESENTATION TO MR. J. WAINE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 10 August 1901

" PRESENTATION TO Mfl: J. WAINE. , Tlii> Ho?. Mr. P.irton sai l that hoToro lie per formed a very pleasing. duty ho wonM reply tn what Mr. Jones" hivl said about him. Hn was nit there ns a figurehead ministsr.hut a? a. work"! of 61m A«so riation. What h/3 had rfnnn «« a pleasure indeed. He was proud to be chosen by the .young men to ninkn a present to Mr. Waine. They bad hiord all the master had done, and they should now hear the lining of the servant. We had always been faith ful in his work, anl very attentive tn the marahorm. There were servants and- servants but Mr. Waine was one of the an l ncruclntn. Ho was worth his weight in gold, and the speaker in presenting him. with a piirao of sovereigns trusted the recipient wouli) understand that it was given only as a sliuht tnlcen of the esteem in which he was held by the members. (A pplau«e;) i .Being suclia retiring and " Rby young man " it was only with great difficulty and coaxing that h{r. Waine was brought to the front, in ...

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Bowral School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 10 August 1901

Bowral School of Arts. The usual monthly oimmittce meo.tinif was hold on Tuo-td«y nvcning lust. I'r< soiit: Mmsrf. 11. S. AI nkonzin (chair), EHb. Davis, b'. B,. Kytigdmi, Jug Stnkos, II. E. Wiok hitm (lion, (reus ), itud A. Hiilmos (lion. son.). Mr. DiVH apologised fo^ tho absouae of Mr. O W. M irsdo'.i. ' Corrcspondonos. From "W. IT. Paling a»d Co., forwarding eatn, loguo of pianos, on hearing that the instit'iflon was sadly in need of a now.one.—Tho letter was allowed to stand aver till funds permitted puruhasiiijf an instrument. Circular from Library A.ssooiation, ro "Library Record."—To lis on table. From Pub io Library, Sydney, stating that n fresh box of books had boon s.-pt for use in library. From Dopartmont of Public Instruction, B'atinur that tho account for subsidy had been forwardod to tho treasury for payment. Librarian's Roport. Savon nowmombors had joinod since list mooting: —weakly 3. qiiarlorly 4 ; Mrs. ltyder gayo a num ber of new books for tho libra y,...

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Lady Lackey's Funeral. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 10 August 1901

l»ady Lackey's Funeral. As was briefly stated in our last issue, Lncly Lackey, wife of Sir John Litekey, President af the Legislative Council, died on Mondny niglit at her residence, Petersham, aged 86. The de ceased lady liad been suffering for some time, and a few days ago she became much worse. Sir John was unable to attend the death-bed of his wife, as ho was ill in bed at thu Warrijal Club, Sydney. Deceased was twice married. Ber first husband was Mr. Roberts, and the children were the Hou. R. H. Roberts, M.L.O., of Ttuberton Park ; Mr. J. J. Roborts, auction eer and Mayor of Ooulburn ; Mr. J. J. Roberts, late superintendent of tramways j and Mrs. Love. By the latter marriage she leaves two sons, viz., Messrs. J. G. Lackey and T. W. Lackey. Mr.'W. E. 11. Neich, of Bowral, is a grandson. The funeral took place on Thursday, the re mains, which were enclosed in a solid cedar oaakot, richly embellished, being interred in the Ohurch of England Cemetery at Bong Bong, The cortege left...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 10 August 1901

Expiration of Lease and a Clearing' Sale atHAIG&CO's. GIVING UP BUSINESS, we intend sacrificing the whole of our Stock; and will offer at greatly reduced prices the whole of our well assorted DRAPERY STOCK. Later on, when we have gone through and re-marked our Qroceries, 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, Dress Goods, Large Reductions under Manufacturers' cost. Press Lengths 17/6, 1G/G, 13/G, lo clear at 10/- per dress. Remnants half-price. Dress Goods 1/8, 1/10, and 2/6 yd, to clear at 1/- yd. All wool Navy Dresa Serge, 1/8: gale price lid. fclankets, special prices to dear. Travelling Bugs, sale price Gs. White Linen damasks 4a 3d yd, sale price 3s 5d. Serviettes at clearing prices. ' Plain MuBlins, Id yd. Striped Flannelettes, 2jd yd. Reversible Bordered Cretonnes 9d, sale...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 10 August 1901

' CHAMBERLAIN'S.', COUGH BEMEDF Never, disappoints those who use1 it for obstinate coughs, colds, or irritations of the throat and lungs. For aaje by D. Morgan, Bowral . • A Marwillumbah husband some months back returning from his honeymoon trip undertook to "take a rise " out of his bride at the hotel table on the score of her ignor ance respecting drinking parlance. -'Shandy gaff," half and half, " t»mbar oora " completely puzzled her, find the laugh was against her. Then hubby, with a triumphant smile and a broad wink to the company, said, " here's an easy one for you ; can you tell me what a ' Jemmy Woodser' is ?" "Yes," was the immediate reply, " the drink you take !" The laugh was long and loud, but hnbby did not join in it. A. W. SEER'S BOWRAL BICYCLE DEPOT, Free Press Office. ' All Cj'clists'Requisites Stocked. Dunlop Tyres 27/6 per pair, tubes 7/6 ea, Repajre irj)m?diately attendee} to,

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B.Y.M.A. A MERITORIOUS INSTITUTION. 16TH ANNUAL. UNEQUALLED IN BRILLIANCY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 10 August 1901

B.Y.M.A. A MERITORIOUS INSTITUTION. IGtii ANNUAL. UNEQUALLED IN BRILLIANCY. As the years roll by the Bovyral Young Men's Association continues to thrive and prosper, and eaoh annual ia entered as another glowing manifes tation of its increasing popularity in the eritical arena of public recognition. Each anniversary ap pears to eclipse its predecessor in every oh ape and form,; the almste and artistietie deoorations seem more "modern and btriking than ever; tho dazzling brilliancy and general oppearanoo of the whole in terior of tho building more pleasing.to. tho eye than heretofore, ani th-j goodwill and kindly feeling to-, wards the president mora pronounced. The cele bration of the sixteenth anniversary on Wednesday evening was fraught with many pleasing incidents. Reminiscences of the past history of the Associa tion were brought to light, and tho unswerving loyalty oj tho President to the members, the reci procation'of his love, and the existence of untar nished friendship was ...

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Original Poetry. THE TEN-FOOT FALLS NEAR MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 10 August 1901

Original Poetry. THE TEN-FOOT PALLS' NEAR MITTAGONG. Sailing high, in all her glory, Glides the moon in: starry sky Bathing.treetops, rocks, and mosses, And the creek, while shimm'ring by.. Then hoar frost with magic wonder Lifting up in.gauzy cloud, Bathing all with flashing diamonds, Clothing earth with downy shroud. Soon the sun with dazzling splendour, Climbs o'er mountain, upward sails, Creeps'niong. rocks and kisses lichens, Lighting up the fern-deck'd dales ; Show's t!)e creek with gentle plashing,^ Murmuring out from .m.ossy bed, Shows the firiy rills all flashing, • Blending all with shade? of red. , Down and down the creek is falling," . Rainbows forming 'mong the rocks, " AV'iile p'er ljead th'e parrots chattering, ^Flashing by in gaudy flocks : ; Now, ye dairies of the .woodjapd, Tell me quick with sweetest calls,. Was-there ever place more charming Than tfo srpnp TVm'T^nnt- TTaIIq ? —Shooter.

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