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KEEPING COWS WARM. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 14 August 1901

KEEPING COWS WARM. W. B. Wylie, Danlop Butter Factory, K'a pnnda, South Australia, writes as"follows to the editor of " The Leader About fiveyoara ago I had to face the pro blem of either reducing the cost of produc tiou of butter or giving up dairying here. I tried various plans, as giving them hot feed night and morning, putting up wind breaks, and shelter places, but it never did me any good, and the cost of production was not re duced any. Then'I covered the first cow, it taking me two years to get the whole of my 26 cows under cover, because I wantecfc to proceed cautiously, and see what the re sult would be, and I was so surprised that I had to go over the work again and again to be snre that I was making no mistake.. Every cow that was put into a cove^Sfavo the same satisfactory results, by increasing her produce on a smaller quantity of food, and getting into better condition. The effect of the covers was marvellous. The quiet cows got more quiet and contented, aod the nervo...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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The Association Debate. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 14 August 1901

The Association Debate. The debate on the question of Compul sory. Arbitration wbioh tnkes - place tbis evening is being keenly looked forward to. No doubt the subject is an important one, and the Premier, Bev. Mr. Wilkinson, lias brought it on in the nick of time. That there will be opposition'to it goes without saying—but it should prove one of the most interesting debates held for a long time at the hail..

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Bowral & Robertson Free Press. Wednesday, August 14, 1901. THE MAN WHO WON'T KISS GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 14 August 1901

Bowral & Robertson Free Press, Wednesday, August 14, 1901.. THE MAN WHO WON'T KISS GIRLS. Senator 0. M. Depew wants a missionary movement started to roscue Frofesaor Algie R. Crook, of Chicago, the unkisaed. Pretty missionaries, flirtatious girls with kissable lips, he says, must save the unfortunate Qrook for tho sake of the sex. Prof. Crook's statement to a class of undergraduates at the North-Western University, in Chicago, that he had never "chewed, smoked, used a profane word, drank liquor, or hugged or kissed a girl" lias aroused the deepest commis&ation of the Senator. And he says he's 37, said the Senator. Well, it is not too late. Still he can never know the exquisite joy, the thrill, the bliss of a boy's first kiss I Poor fellow ! I have read about Professor Crook with deepest conceru for a nuayuicjed fellowman. He also brings me back to a doctrine, whioh (or manyt many years I have been trying to get away fioin—4he Calvanistic doctrine of total depravity. ...

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Draughts. ROBERTON PARK v. KANGALOON. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 14 August 1901

Draughts. ROBERTO^ PARK v. KANGAkOON. An enjoyable match betweeir the -above toanj3 tQjli pla'oe last Tliuiddity ni^bli at Roberton Park, which resulted in a vyin'-by two games for the. visitors. ■ After a very pleasant' evening was spei?t I lie local young ladies provided n light repast. The follow ing are the details of play. Boberton Park^wzub. Kangaloon—wius. P. Mc-Rie li v. E. .Noble. < '2$ 'J. J. Wood 3 v. J. Miiddeu - 1 . D. Mi:idea 2J v. T. Knox O.-McBae: 1 v;-S. Ouppi'tt . IS J. Wills.-: . 8 i v. Or. Haiiiguu ; 1 J. J. Keys . 2 v.. W. Kennedy 2 J. Biliotb > : ; 0, v. G". Broulcer 2, 0. Norman 0 v. G; Broolcer 2 18, ■■ 15 , ;The; following.- game was played be tween. F. McRae (white) :and -E. Noble (black),-' played- at'; board No. 't in the match Roberton Park v. Kangaloon xi —15 g—14 ' 22—18 18—9 C5-22 . 5—14 ■ • 25—18' : 4 - 8 • 8-it :, 14 — 17 , 29-25 21-14 4 —.8 •: 30—21. . ■ 25—22 8 —IX : 10 -15 ' 19—23 , '' -24-19 ... II —15 ..... -.; ! 15 —24 ". . 21—17...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 14 August 1901

,GK*5! . .1 For the Tea you drink, " for the Bre^d you eat, For the Hat you wear, Fojr the Clothes yqu put Qnv I , . , TRY . . , , At Halg «S|e Co's (jClear Iny Sale, every article resswced in price. loyal Hotel, ,, ROBERTS 0 N, The Leading Hotel in Town. Only Beet Brands of Wines and Spirits kept. SUPERIOR ACCOMMQDATIO^ at reasonable • Kates. First-class BILLIARD. TABL13. Good Stabling, Grass Paddocltsi and Cattle Yards! FRED. OIWHA.M, '702 - • • Proprietor. The Live UpholstePeri. ~j o ■ riiJl prepared to upbolster your suite, or couch 1 or chairs ;■ repair your furniture—polish, &a; - makes Carpets, an^ oleana and lays them as they should be ; repairs the e'un. shades ; fixes up the sewing machine; will re-cane your chairs at less than- Sydney prices { makes windo,w 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: i-ouego. All Orders and Telegrams promptly attended tp. Note a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 14 August 1901

• CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY Never disappoints those who U6e. it for obstinate coughs, colds, or irritations of the throat and lung?, .Far eale by D. Morgan, Bowral Tha giant of £'.00,000 to Karl Roliirts for liis porviccs to the countiy was carried in the liou-o of Commons on Fri <uv night, after the uppibatiou of the closure, by 192 votes to 73. Tho State Treasurer on _ Saturday received the following letter:—" De(ir Sir,—The eneloHed money (£;3) is restitution mouey for. the New South Wales Government.— fours; &e., A Cutholio Priest." The estate of tho late A. Q-. Fraiei', of Wonllahva, who dieil at Burradoo on November 5 la-t (and who was of the of J hii Fraz.-r and Co.), has ba'-n proved at £98;165-a'l left'to relatives. Stamp duty amoti.iteJ to i-0019 3j I0d. 13y the collapse' of a balcony at Q urindi on Thursday evening: last, 18 pe'dims sustained broken legs, 49 in all were seriously injured, whila a large number, of others received minor injuries. Theft! ...

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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 14 August 1901

ITEMS OF INTEREST. "Wo draw our readers' attention to tha phono gnpli entertainment—as advortined—in St. Judo's Hall on Friday evening. There should bo a largo attendance. . . B ioklayers fit Newcastle nro demanding 12/ a day from October 1. Tho oo»t of the Commonwealth comraemor.ition totals £120,000. It is tho intention of Cardinal Moran to leave Sydney on a visit to Ramo at tho end of Ootobcr. A 2J year trran'leon of Mr. John Gale of Quoan beyan, fell Bolt, down a woll, and was kille'J, .A fit bullock, killed by Mr. J. Rowland, bulohec, of Kangaloon, weighed 16071b. Mr. Brune Smith nal'H the Immigration Restric tion Bill hypooritioul legislation. The ITnder-sooretary for Agriculture Bayfe there are t o many Bmall agricultural societies. The Bank of New South Wales is receiving a commission of 2 per ceut. to pay the old age pen sions. Mr. lI.Bidsorv, of Barhor's Cro k, lms purchas ed the goodwill and stook of the farm (ccupied by Mr. James ICnor, of Bandowalla, near Berry. .There ...

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PRIVATE SEPARATORS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 14 August 1901

PRIVATE SEPARATORS. The question of dairymen separating! their osvu cream bas caused great uneasiness I throughout New South Wales of late. But tbitt it is to the best interests of the farmers to be allowed to do so, is uow generally ad mitted, so long as all the utensils are kept scrupulously clean, and the oream is sent to the factory within a reasonable time. Much time and trouble is saved, and the fall valae of skim milk obtained for feeding stock. This point having been conceded, and a I definite statement having been made by I those in authority that no legislative meas ures will be taken to prevent the use of hand separators, the next question for the dairy farmers to decide is which separator to use. The separator which is most efficient is of course the beat, irrespective of its cost, and it must be simple, pot liable to get out of order, easily and quickly cleaued, econ omical in oil, and of first "class workman ship ; it must be easily turned and continue so for the whole...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 14 August 1901

Notice! j| ' || Notice! I CLOSING OF BUSINESS, f HAIG & CO., desire to state that it is their intention to close their Business on Expiration of lease, November I. AND in order that the Stock be disposed of by that date they are Sacrificing every article regardless of cost DRAPERY at Slaughtering Prices. GROCERY at Reduced Prices. IRONMONGERY at Clearing Prices. GLASSWARE & FANCY GOODS at Bargai» Prices. . - IffOTZ) = Any Lines sold cannot be replaced as this is A GENUINE CLEARING OUT SALE. It will be to your Advantage to send in your Order Early. NOTE inE ADDRESS: H jfr I @ ^ N ID eo.,^ T£IB OA.SB TRADERS, GLENMORE H O USE, BOWRAL. ajt -.. MARSTON'S (s) Si Boys'Trousers, is. 2d., White Fur Necklets is. 6d, Men's Superior Trousers 8s. 6d.—usual price ios. 6d., Bluchers as. iid.; Men's.L^ce up Boots 3s. 3d. and 4s. gd., reduced prices ; Men's1 Shirts io|, Under pants is, ... - MftRSTON'S, Opposite RIgg's Hotel, Bowral,

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YARRUNGA. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 14 August 1901

YARRUNGA The death of an old and highly respected   resident and early pioneer of this district, in the person of Mr. J. H. Wright, occured, on Friday night, August 9th, at his resi- dence in Yarrunga. Mr. Wright before com ling to Yarrunga had engaged in farming at Avoca, Robertson, and Bowral. The de- ceased gentltman had been ailing for some time past suffering severe pain from an in   ternal complaint, which he bore with Christian fortitude; but despite skilful medi cal attendance and careful nursing he passed away as alreridy stated. The funeral took place on Sunday, the cortege being one of the largest seen in the district for some time. A detachment of the West Camden Lancers forming a part of the funeral cortege, some members of the deceased gen tleman's family belonging to the half squad ron. On arrival at St. David's Church of England a stoppage was made, and a portion of the burial service rendered. The cortege thence proceeded to the Burrawang C...

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Old Age Pensions. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 August 1901

01<1 Age Pensions. ... The Goulburn Board granted the following pen? ai.Qnfj pa Thursday last, 8th inst. : — Qteorge Schlaftdt, bee-farmer, Robertson, 66 years,. ' ' .and Annie Marie Schlatdt, his wife, 79> Catherine Bnrke, widow.Avooa, 74. ' . Betsv Qnigg, married, IJxeter, 65. Emily. Westfcnry, widow, Borrima, 74. Biohard Tiemey, formerly maintenance map, Berr rim$, f 5. Sarah Ann Freeman, widow, Bundmoon,;65. ■James Witney, laborer, Sutton Fpcdst, 64.' . Thomas Edwards, farmer, Berritna, 67. Bryan Ward,'single, laborer, Berrima, 67. Samuel Dennis, huown &g John Paton, gardener, . . Robortaoij, 66. Alfred Michael GiiariJ, caretaker, Exeter, 68,; : James Herrin^ton, no ocoupation. Beirima, 70. James Linklater, carpenter, Berriiqa, 66, .Jame-". Johnson, farm laborer, ftotjortaon. 68. John Humphries, unable to work', Robertson, 78, and Elizabeth Humphries, Hobertann, 66'.;, . • The .local, board granted the following appli cations on Monday, 12th inat:— . PHtrro...

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A Balance-sheet. BERRIMA PASTURES AND STOCK PROTECTION BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 August 1901

A Balance-sheet, BEURIMA. PASTURES AN P STOCK PBQTEC HON BOABD. ; Stqeko'wner " writes ~bb follows in. this. Scruti neer:— • :■ > " Sir,—I refer your teadetB to. the fliatement for tba pan* half-year, publishedin the local papers, of ' the.above board.7- Certainly' - the attention. of-' the -p.ublto and Government should be given, to, this .timque balance-abeet.;. The' object of the existence of this boardiatqtax gtpokownerB, arid re ceive £ fqr £ from 'the: Government, and. pay fcrgeelroying.jrildanimals,' Many are. of opinion jthat tnia is not ripcessaryinasettled district like oore, bift-lc^that' page. . Tjfi? balance-sheet allows that during the'past'.half-year- £32 11/8 were paid for scalpa of wild animals, ahd £1 for burning soalps. Now you publia, listenIt coat £64 13/3 in difeo.tqrg'and auditors' fees,, secretary's salary, ofljoe rent, stationary, eto., to disbuso this 'amount. It is monstrous that the'stookownerg q£ the distrjct should bo taxed for auoh a purpose.' Four ...

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Stevenson's Bioscope. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 August 1901

Stevenson's Bioscope. The unanimous opinion of all who witnessed' tie .excellent entertainment' given by Mr. K. H. Ste venson in the Bowral School of Art* on "£hu «day evenly wai that it wag superior to anything of thi sort .that has previously cringe this way, and n any .of the items shown were heartily applauded by a . very fair audience. The Royal Biosoope, which is the very .latent machine, ponrtrayfd the piotiues dearly, sharply, and withoat a flioker. Many beautiful lantern, slides were also shown, as well as a number that, were highly amusing. Altogether it was a capital twp hours' entertainment.' Nor mast wa omit to mention Mr. {fteveneon's descrip tion of the various scenes, wherein he conveyed a di>al of information.in a chatty yet dignified man? nor. Mr. Stovenoon'was to appear before another Bowral audienoe last night:

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Association Debate. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 August 1901

Association Debate. The debate at the Association Hall on Wednesday evening last was positively one of the best and r^iost instructive yet held in connection'with that Institu tion. Prior to the opening of the proceedings t^ie Premier and Leader of the Opposition proposed that Mr. Albert Chapman aot aa Speaker for the forth coming session. The motion waa unanimously carried. - Mr. A. W. Beer was appointed secretary to the Socioty an motion of Rev. Stanley Wilkinson (Premier) and Mr. J. Hart (Leader of Opposition). The following were then announced as members of (he Ministry : Bev. Stanley Wilkinson (Premier), Mesara Wv>B(ttlow, Chrig. ^lac^, Jos. Stokes, an I Tom. Cliapman. A list of rules usually adopted in debating soci eties waa submitted'by the Premier, which, _ after Wng'dealt with 'seriatim, and several additions made, were entered as fyndiqg on the As?g.ojation .Club. The subject for debate was: " That in the opinion of this House'compulsory arbitration in the nettle-, jpe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 August 1901

Notice! Notice! 1 CLOSINC OF BUSINESS. j HAIG & CO., desire to stat$ that it is their intention to close their Business-on Expiratjo# of lease, November i. AND in order that the Stock be disposed of by that date they are Sacrificing every article regardless of cost, DRAPERY at .Slaughtering Prices. GROCERY at Reduced Prices. IRONMONGERY ^ Clearing Prices, GLASSWARE * FANCY GOODS ** Bargain Prices. ■' • *■ ^ •.. ' /-•'.. - y: t xroTxi s Any Lines sold, pangot be replaced as this is A (GENUINE CLEARING OUT SAI,E». It will be to your Advantage to send in your Qrder Early;. NOTE THE ADDRESS: eo.,^ THU oasb tx«a,z»xirs, G L EIMM OR E HOU S E, B O W R AL; p^UNG'S for AC0ORDEONS from 8/6, post free. Write for catalogues, it will, pay you. CONCERTINAS from 4/6 post free. Write for catalogues, it will pay you. Anglo-German and English CONCERTINAS from 25/-, post frep. Write for Catalogue^, it .will pay you. MOUTH ORCANS from 3d. Write for cjtuloguu. It.will payyou. ViOLltiS from 5/- ...

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GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 August 1901

GARDEN AND FIELt) CALENDAR ITH'.^TOS AUGUST^ ;';V. V By A. Imndsdowne, Goulburn. Tho very aovere wiritef has atoppod growth, but during August thorp should,be a.-little improvement. Hijny orope should ,boRof in rnt once., A8 potatoes will be very deaf; it will pity io pat iri a few. early, and cover them from frosts. Further severe weather may be {expected,: cold, winds, frost, snow, and rain. -Get all.heavy, work, over, andgive plenty of manure to all crops: tin'd frui); bearing trees,; and let alfiarid.be'broken'up,deeply to enable it to'ro tain moisture. Kitchen Garden. — Sow parsnips, parrotB, beet, onions, cabbage, peaB, broad beans, lettuce, reddish, leek, iSrc. 1 Some turnips.may, be , tried.', Plant., out asparagus and rhubarb roots and dross • beds;' To matoes may'.be sown in boxes. .. ., Field.—Sow peas, onions, cabbage; early potatoes, grass seeds, mangels, and prepare land for swedes, &0. ' Orohard.'—Finish pruning, planting young trees, draining, trenching, and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 August 1901

DON'T (Wilt DEWET jy hen yon n gqj NAVY CANVAS RUGS jFor your Ilorscs nnd.Cows. That Will j^eep out DEWET. 9 SADDLER," STATIONER, BOOKSELLER, Sffs., BQWBAL. .. THE . ' SANATORIUM GRAND HOTEL, BOBERTSONT. - J. Hamilton, Jun., Proprietor. fiooi Accommodation for Visitors. Every .Con venience. Splendid Situatipp. Hotel lighted with Acetylene Gns. Best Brands of Wines and spirits kept. - - ' ' - 701 HpuserPaiiiting, PAPER-HANGING, DECOROTG. j?icturo Frames of every destilip tion made to order. All: Workmanship- Guaranteed. A. E. LEES jgbep: tyierrigamj street (Opposite Milton House, bowral). ?8 9 W. SOUTHALL flan removed to mqbb COMMODIOUS PBE&ir ses next to HILL BROS, V Coftoh'building ant} ijqrao shoeifijj cijriieij ojit in ■' Jbest style, /: . J. FENTON, JSiirmwaiig, T*TI^H]SS to announce to th,e roairieptp pi the * T district that he has taken over the BI.//VCK SMITHlNG and WHIiKLWBICiHJ .BUSI1JBSH rdcentl/carf'sfl on 4t Mr. ParkerspfEmiseu, and hopes by eti iot atjtentiot) ...

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Railway Information. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 August 1901

Railway Information. Passknoeu trains arrive at Bowral from Sydney 12.21 a.m. daily, Sundays excepted • 7 37 a.m. (Paper Train) daily, Sunday exoepted 11.12 a.m., Saturday.only 12.55 p.m; daily,' Sunday excepted " 6.33 p.m., Saturday only, 7.58 p.m. daily, Saturday and Sunday excepted 9.26 p,m„ Saturday onjy Passenger trains leave Bowral for Sydney :— . 3.6 a.m. daily, Monday excepted 6.50 a.m." Sunday only,' stops Mittagong and ' Strathfjeld only • 7.3 a.m. daily,' Sunday excepted, ..8.29 a.m. daily, Sunday and Monday excepted, . Btops Mittagong and Stratlifield only. <■ 8.31 a.m. Monday only, stops. Mittagong, Pictoq, -Grapville, and Strathlield only. 1.30 p.m. daily, Sunday excepted.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 August 1901

King Edward »t»y »t Dombiirg tb|rsi) weefci, md'the Quegi} |0 flopcnt^ageif. Mr. Sfea^h > —" I t^inlj that the preaa of the sountry has raaehsd a "tug* whioh is beyond Jon tempj.. aqd the gentlrmen belonging to the press are a lot worse than the newspapers.'! * PL AST AND SEED CATALOGUE.—Messrs. P. L." G." Shepherd and ^on, the popular Seedsmen of 202 Pitt' Street Sydney, arid Darling' Nursery, Waterloo, hare just issued their catalogue (or 1901, i* which they offer quite a number of New Fruits, of which full descriptions are given. They also offer fo;r t}?e first time in Australia grape viae*'grafted on resisting stocks. The Catalogue also " includes chofee'novelties in Flower ^eeda, etc. Wc would irpaommond all lovers of honicultdre to'secure.a oony of this Catalogue, which ii sent post free to all appUoants. ANOTHER LEICHHARDT - report. TtM 0*M •« Mrs. •. OARTIB. «*s. —— (BY ODB wrowr**.} >i A pnwman was recently requested to in terview Mr*. Bella Cart*r, who resides at No....

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BOWRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 August 1901

BONVRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL, Meets every alternate Thursday, at the Council Chambers, at 7.30 p.m. Clerk's office hours aro : Tuesdays, from 10 to 12 a.m. ; Wednesdays, 7 to 9 p.m. : Fridays, 3 to 5 p.m. j, ■ *y ' ■ : • Alderman J. M. OhriBtio, Mayor, • Mr. \V. B. Farrow, qounoil "clerk., •

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