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Stray Notes. To the Editor Bowred and Robertson Free Press. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 August 1901

Stray Xotes. T6 the Editor BcnrrcX and Eobertttm. Free Prat. • Sir,—At least some of tbe f3»denis in Bowral and Mittagcmg seem to be very anrion? io get the Gib Hill removed. Why this should be bo is no: my clear. In my opinion tbe Gib Hill it one oI BowraTs beet friends, tad it is just possible she; e'er t&e builders rf the tedenJ ciiy hewe completed their contracts the "Gib hill will be gone, and we will not need to send far aar member, Mr, MeOonrt, to come up with pick and Hbovel, lor the Bowral people till be looking all ovgr^he district ior another Gib hill, bat will not be able to find ti lt ii qnite evident that ibe in tie portion of the residents in the rininity of Box T«ltt hare si ia« oome to the conclusion that it is too mean & piece of business to. eontinne going ronnfi with peij*idbs asking people to'Bgn documents which ex spetialiy calculated to take sway the rights ^nd 'prmfsges o! their neighbours and their owe Eke wise. "Wh^t appears to be &e...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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FARM and GARDEN DAIRYING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 August 1901

rjlll)l aipl mw DAIRYING INTELLIGENCE. ^ At a mooting of tho Eangaroo Valley Dairy Farmers' Union recently tbo delegates to the Syd ney conference wero directed to urge the passage of legislation to seoure tho liability of cream and milk testers and testing appliances, with' a view to pre vent frauds. During tho month of July the Robertson Dairy Company received 16,029 gallons of milk, producing 73161b. of butter. The average test was 3.89, and suppliers wore paid 1/1} per pound for butter fat, equal to /fig per gallon for milk. ThcBupply is now daily on the increase. . ; • > »' ; , ■ ■ [ The result of tho Stato buttor competition, in which Berry Contral Factory lied with Byron Bay, I 00 points each, is viewed with interest in the Berry district. The Kerry butter competing was taken in discriminately from a consignment ready for tho j market, not being manufactured specially for the occasion. The telegram instructing tho manager to send it was only received after all the butter f...

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Presbyterian Church. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 August 1901

Presbyterian Church. On Wednesday afternoon la«t a fairly h-jra onm b-rof adherent* and.friends Htteuded t&e Presby terian Church,' B6wr»lf for the purpose of witnes" - (ngihe o remoiiT of tree-planting and participating ia a Pale of work which ha>i been arrsmred by the ladies for the benefit <>f the church funds. Rev. G. A. Gordon, in a sliort address, said they had assamb'&i for the pn'pjse of tre- pi nting, and al^o a small -ale of-*r .rk in jbe vestry. After th i rinsing of a hymn by the company, he declared the vestry o. en. Trees were donated bv the Mlowinsr: Mrs. How ard Rsei, Hiss Reed, Mrs. Wade-Brawn, Messrs. Ht. May, Geo. Allen, Wnv McDonald, Chas. McDonald, Mn-es Junes J- Downing Sherriff, D. Ruthfrford, Wm. Neebit. and Randolph Nott. Tbe trees were planted by : Mrs. Gordon, Misses "Reed, Amy Jones. Ethel McDonald. Rer. Mr. Gor don, Messrs. May. Xesbit, Jonas, and Allen.' A bedce was planted along the front of the phoroh, wiieh, oith lie ...

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THE GROWING OF FODDER CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 August 1901

THE GROWING OP FODDER CROPS. . In the " Agricultural Gazette," Mr. P. Quirk the manager of ono of the New, South Wales experi mental stations, writes of the growth of fodder crops, and says the farmer who keeps: stock, especially dairy cattle, must have a Eupply of green fodder for winter food, in the shape af green maize, planter's friend, barley, oats vetcho®, rye; and wheat."" The foremost of those in planter's friend. It is the host all round variety of the soighum family ; next comes the amber oane. Those varieties should be the mainstay of our winter fodder, for they yield large quantities ot feed, usually abont 20 tons per aero, and on rich land considerably more. It is highly amusing to hear some of the remarks on tl i'valu able fodder. Some people say it pulls the teeih out of stock, others that it has an overtendency to fatten aud it is not milk producing. The over ' tendency to fatten should be one of the best argu ments in its favor. It is admittedly uot a properly balan...

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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 August 1901

ITEMS OF INTEREST They say : Why in ther« not * ladies' gallery at the Association Hal) for the debating evenings ? The railway commissioners hare refused to con tinue the awning at the Bowral station at the Syd ney end of ihe platform.' A shower of tain fell in Bowral yesterday after, noon which wali quite a relief after the long spell of dry and frosty weather. ' Several days of heavy nun vjould work wonders'in this district. Some £i was realised at the Presbyterian sale of work on Wednesday afternoon; The' onteome it considered highly creditable as the affair was only ar ranged on •'small scale, bat it gave on« an idea of what might be'accomplished.'' ' The Premier, introducing Mr. W. Morray at the Association debating Clab on Wednesday evening, said that he welcomed hinj there on behalf of the Glob, and hoped that it would not' be the last ocot sloh'on which they would eee him at the debates. Wesleyati Ohui^h.—Qn Sunday evening next the Bev, M. itaddern will prea-h in the "Wesle...

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

! Tea!! WE always have on hand now shipments of fipficially prepared Ceylon, Indian, and China Teas to suit our customers, •' We also keep the best Coffee, Cocoa, and Essence of Coffee.. If you have not tried our Tea, send for sample, free on application..'. We have the Flavoring Toa in lib,. 21b,. and 51b. boxes. Price—5/per. lb. , (No Agent Employed.) J. A. MOY & CO. C45 Geoi-go-streot, Sydney.' : T. B. Dunwoodie, Monumental Mason, BOWEAL, 8241

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

THE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY of SYDNEY, Ltd.. Capital paid op .. .. .. £ 1,000,000 Reservo Fund 1,010,000 ' Ijeserva liability 1,000,000 Total .. ... £3,010,000 DIltKCTOBS.. fir. 3. COHEN Rsq., Chairman. Don. ft. E. KATIJil, M.L.C.,Deputy Chairman. Hon. HENliY MOSES, M.L.C. Hon. RICHARD JONES, M.L.C. JE. W. KNOX, Esq. . , . . GENERAL MANAGER. T. A DIBBS, Esq. AUDITOK3. E. 8. DAVE, Esq. : . 'jL'ho Hon. F. T. 11UMPHERY, M.L.C. ■ BRANCHES in New South Wales and Queens land. Agencies throughout the world. Bowral Branch, GAVIN GEORGE, Manager. G. GRAHAM, GENERAL STOREKEEPER, and PAKE R, . BO BEET SON. Orders called for, and .. # Goods Delivered Daily. Cash Price sriven for COW HIDES, CALF SKINS, WALLABY SKINS, QPOSSUM SKINS NATIVE CAT SKINS. 838 Spring Suitings. Summer Suitings. The Practical and Reliable. HAVE made preparations for the coining season by stocking the newest and most up-to-date Goads in Newest Designs I Newest Shades 1 ""New est Colors 1 They would oleo direot attention...

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

HAIG & CO.'S Clearing Out Sale Now On. BOWRALAND ROBERTSON FREE PRESS, 2/-per quarter in advance, ' BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUVC. SYDNEY AGENTS FOR THE" BOWRAft ' AND ROBERTSON FliliE l'RESS, B'lLIi COPIES OF WHICH MAY BE SEEN AT THElli IiOOAIS, 123 PiTT-gT, TO MEN". Write for free copy of valuable bo »k about yourselves, your health, your happiness, yonr future, lb contain* a full exposition of the human - pyslem tmd the • remedies adonted. No need to consult dn^torH. Posted free in tjeaba envelope. Every man should read If. . Address—G. Speolfio, 639 EUzabelh-#treet. NorUi Melbourne. TO LADIES. Ko need to consult doctors or chemists. The remedies ' yon require In your own hands. Write for free < o\iy of valuable hook about jourwelvo;";, your heal h, your welfare. Every woman *h.'»ul<l reu'fifc. Poat -d fr- 0 in pealed envelope. Address—G. Spocifio, 63J Elizabeth street North .Melbourne. LADIES.—OR. BOXWELL'S famou* Silent PiHsj areu<ed suncf&am...

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

Great Clearing Sale of Drapery. Great Clearing Sale of Drapery. Great Clearing Sale of Drapery. ALL GOODSM>i rik. A RARE CHANCE Marked below Cost Price.- *\ For Intending Purchasers, As jt is well-known that a Duty of 20 Per? Cent, is going on the New Tariff on All Drapery. " This is a Genuine Clearing-Out Sale, MRS. S. A. BONft BONG STREET, BOWBAL, A Few Reasons WHY You should ALWAYS deal AT OHRISTIFS. You will find tlie 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; SfO wrong in making your selection, as none but RELI ABLE AND SERVICEABLE GOODS are kept in stock.- . : ; . r 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, Khicker Suits, Men's Suits, HatSi Shirts, & Sox marked at wholesale cost' to clear them out, and...

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Old England's Bastions. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 August 1901

Old England/ s Bastions. BY A BANKER. Probably the cliff-bordered coast line of Englaud presents greater diversity of as pect, and more varied alternation of form and colour, than that of any country throughout the world. For in very few portions of the globe can be seen either the bold serpentine rojks which bar the onrush of the mighty Atlantio rollers on the West, or the btill more strik ing pure white ohallt cliffs which stimulate such a chord of deepest feeling in the breast of the returning Briton, who, having been long absent in far-off climes, now again, after tbo lapse of many years, once more sees those distinctive snow-white bulwarks of his island home. But, however beautiful and impressive the view of that range of immaculate •natu ral barriers may be, when viewed from the sea, yet a long walk along the footpath which is almost always found near the edge of the cliff reveals beauties unseen from the sea, but striking and impressive, especially if the pedestrian excursiou...

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

A. W. BEER'S B9WRSL BIOYOLE DEPOT, Free Press Ofiice;

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Shipwrecked at our Doors! [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 August 1901

Shipwrecked at'our Doors! Bt T. J. BARNARDO, F.R.C.S.En. The crowd had long disappeared. The streets wera noarly deserted and silent, savo for the steady swish of the down-pouring rain, and the clattering ramble o( the carts that passed over London Bridge almost without intermission the whole night. The rain had oome on suddenly, and in such volume and with Buch a piercing wind that anyone exposed to it was boor drenched to the skin. I was cold and wet. My great coat was sopping, and oven my boots were saturated. At length I was compelled to seek BheU tor from wind and wet in the wide Btone stairoase leading from King William Street to Billingsgate and Lower Thames Street below. My work was evidently done that night: I might as well go home. The bull's-eye firmly strapped around my waiat would be no longer needed. But first I wandered down the steps. Two or three half-clad brcatiires were huddled together for shelter in one florner. But they were "grown ups;'' and my quest was for W...

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SERVICES TO-MORROW. Church of England. SS. SIMON AND JUDE, BOWRAL. 11th Sunday after Trinity. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 August 1901

SEBTICES TO-MOBBOW. Church of England. ES. KHIOK AXD JUBE, BOTTEiL. 11th Snnds.T aflsr Trinity. Dmne Semoss—11 a.m. sad i p.m. with H-C. Evetiinc subject—" Whj did not God'make me bo ihat I could not sin ? " Preacher, the Rector. txngecibeibbee. Sobsrison 11, E. Kangaloon 3, Borxmwang 7 Ber. D. T. Smith. Veidevan Church. Bowrai. Ber. T. Kench 11, Ber. M. Maddern 7 Mittacong, Ee*. M. Maddern 11, Ber. T.fench ? Moss Yfcle. Bev. T. Kench 3 Balmoral, Ber. K. A. Comer Boberwon, Bev. F. J. Branch 7 j^angaloon, Be*. F. J. Branch 11 MjraYale, Bev. F. J. Branch 8 Primitive MethodUt Church. Bawral, Mr. W. H. Jones 11, Mr. J. Dtviei % Bnndanoon, Ber. A. W. Barton 11 and 7 ' ' Penrose, Ee?. A. 'W. Partoa 3 Preibyterian Church. ~~ isutagons 11 ' . Bpwral JL30 and % " BeT. & A. Gordon. Roman Catholic Church.. Berrima 9, Bowral 11, Mittagong 4 Be^. Er. Sheridan. Salvtliaa J,rvtt/. R&rracks, Oddfellows' Halt, Bowrai, 7-and-ll a.tn. 3 and 7 p m. Ensign Isabel Baffell; .

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DEBATE on COMPULSORY ARBITRATION [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 August 1901

DEBATEon COMPULSORY ARBITBATIOH The debate ai the Association Hall on Wednesday evening last was'one of the best that has ever been held in connection with that Institution. From Be ginning to end it was conducted in a business-like way: This was becanae the Premier, Mr. Wilkin son,'submitted to the members' a number of riiles and standing orders to regulate the debates.' They are at onoe simple arid practical, apd the effect of ihem'waa very marked in the orderly and systematic way in' which the whole debate was carried oat opi Wednesday'evening.' As to the debate itself—the ; speeches' were of a much higher order than, is nsnal, and showed that t~ho various members did not come into the Hall unprepared—but had given time and thought to tbs question under discussion. The debate may also be said to have had an ednca tional valbe—for the varions ebnses of Mr. Wise's Bill were lucidly expounded and the general effects of it foreshadowed. Throughout the debate" the conservative, the de...

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

AUTHENTIC MEDICAL OPINIONS WORTH KNOWING.—Dr. Osborne says: I use" SANDKIl & SONS EUCALYPTI EXTRACT as a sprayJ»or nasal catarrh, low' fever,' aathrna, <fco.,' with great | success." 1 £nd'this preparation superior to all ' others.'' Dr.'Stshl: " I hare ased varioas'prepar- , ations ol Eucalyptus, but I get better results' from SANDER A SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT that! from an j other.!! Dr. IJrestor?; "I never use any Eocalyfus preparation* other than SANDER £ SON&', as I found the others to be almost useless.!' Dr. Hart.' It goed without saying that' SANDER A SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT is the bwtin the market.!'' la influenza, all (even, throat and long trouble, diptheria, diarrhoea, dysentery, kidney com plaints, rheumatism', wounds, sprains, ulcers, Ao.. it is invaluable.' See tbatyou get SANDER & SONS', and 'reject spurious preparations, which are some times supplied by unscrupulous dealers.;

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

Draughts. A pleasant game played at Btrmwuntr on Th- r*- | day evening la«t between Robertnn Park and Bur- ! a wane, reunited, aftrr a well-contested strnegls, in j a 'win tor the visitors by 5 rams*. After the iB»tch as adjournment was mad^ to Host D^ws, where light refreshments (at the instance of the home team) w«ie iodnlgad in. Mr. Fraser pithily th&nk ei the Burrs wane plarers for their iriebdly hos pitality, and Mr. J. R. Miller, in a neat speech, re turned the complement. 'Following a-e the soores Rqeeeto* Pxee. Brnuuwura. F. McRae i v. J. Carson Si E. JfnWe $ T. C. Bernie 4 J. McBae i T. R. Mortar 0 J. Woods 1 T. J. R. Miller -2 S. Curitt 2} T. E. Bsrnig» H D. Madden S T. H. Mactie 1 T. Knnx i Y J. Bresnanan 1 J. Madden 2 V. S. Hayter 2 J. Ken 2 T.' J. Bernie 2 H. G. FVtser Si T. R. 3. M. MOlsr i 0. Norm»n 2 T. J. 'White 2 24 19

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MOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 August 1901

MOTES AND COMMENTS. Bain is wanted, for the winter baa been dry a« well as frosty. Farmers around haro been hand feeding, and money goes "oat of the district tb pur chase what should be grown at borne. • • * We understand that tbe^townsfolk are abnnt to form a tennis olub that will take up the running of the one that has departed this life owing to the np rising ot golf. The visitors need attractions and in ducements, so that if the new cloh lends itself to. eater for their atnnsement, it cannot bet Rrove. a public benefit. The town council will be presently in possession of the go»ernment subsidy,-the spending of which fpust be on the roads of the borongta. The council has wisaly tietermined to meet shortly and inspect, the roads that most need attention, .so that the money—when it comes—may be outlaid to the best advantage. ■ ! Legislation (nr rather the over-tpfrHntinn, fashion able in this State) lays it dnwn ihnt lh° insurant* companies, snbsidiza the local bricsde to the | gam...

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Bowral & Robertson Free Press. Saturday, August 17, 1901. Local and District Notes. ROBERTSON. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 17 August 1901

Bowral & Robertson Free Press. Saturday, Augiist 17,1901. Lq^I and District Notes. By " Carrier." (And from onr Correspondents.). ROBERTSON The Berrima District Farm and Dairy Co. held their half-yearly meeting in' the School o! Arts, Robertson, onSatarday afternoon, 10th inst. T. Seery, J.P., in the chair. Amongst those present were—Messrs. 3. T. Hayter, W. R. Hind marsh, J.r., -'as. Aleom, 3.?., A. Knox, A. §mitfc, T. Smith, B. McEVilly, W; ClarV, J.'firophy, SI G. Ferguson, .T.P.. 3. J. Morrow, W." McKe'nzie, J.P., J. R. Miller," W. Noble, Jas. Noble,'W. Wills, .1. Wills, Joel Wills, M. Brooter, "W. (J. Maxwell, L. Mc Anley, G". McDoriagtf, K. H.'Throsby, D. Fraser, Ny. Brooker, W. G. Warby, and F Diggins. The re port and balarce-sbeet for tbe past hall-year was read, and on the motion ol Mr. T. Seery seconded j by 'Mr. James Noble vras unanimously adopted. There being no other business & vote o! thanks to the chairman terminated tbe proceedings. Other particulars...

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

Fpr the Tea you driiil^ For the Bread you eat. For the Hat you wear^ For the Clgtlies yqu put on? • • • » TRY » • * ij Colin Ferqnsqn, VIOLINIST. "TTISITS BOWBAL every TUESDAY and Y FRIDAY. "'V ' For Terras, <£c., apply. Mr. Kbb. DaY^S-BonR Iiong-strcet. ' • 276 Royal Hotel, ,, S* ROBERTSON, The Leading Hotel in Town. Oaly Bert Brands ot Wines and Spirits kept. SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION at reasonable fata*.' First-clase KIXxLIARD TaSLE. Good Stabling, prass Paddocks, and Catile Yards. FRED. GRAHAM, 7G2 Proprietor. The Live Upholsterer. WV STOKES IS still prepared to npbolster your suite, or conch j or chairs ; repair your furniture—polish. Ac. • i makes Carpets; and cleans and lays tbem as they I should be ; repairs the sun shades; fixes np tbe , jewing tnachine; ' will re-cane yoor chairs st less ' than S.y'dn'ey prises • make*' window blinds, trfd fixes ; furniture packed rind 'stored. ' 1 vr.s. trusts by strict attention to tyisjpgss tnd good workmanship, "at low'prices, ...

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

JUSTICE DOME AT LAST. The Pharmacy Unard of N.S.W, recently . issued' a circular stntiiig that • 'HAMI-JERLAlN'S COUGH REMEDY-contained Poison, and warning dealeiq not to sell game. • • ThB.CHAMIiEIJLAIS MEDICINE 00. koo«ifig' positively thnit ttierij wan no Ei.i^on in the Ueraedy, immediately cliaHqnged the Board's assertion.. ' WHAT' IS THIS.KI5SULT? ,A Complete Withdrawal of the Assertion • and'Oi'r cnlar. Ifja,i proving thnV the CJf AMIJEllIjAlN MEDICINE CO. were right. •••• ' ! . READ THE FOLLOWING: - . V . r ifles; No. 9ft?l). Department of PqblioHealth.New South Wales. : I '.»•> .- i'-' ^i,irsyaney. Ao1gu«t 2, idQl.'i • Certificate of Analysis. V; •'.*.! '• The sample of CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH. REM EDY, sealed, marked or .labelled.as' sanh, in an original battle, received 24/7/1001 from the Kegisr trar of tbo Pharmacy Board, has been examined with the following result! FOUND TO.CONTAIN NONE OF THE SCHEDULED POISONS. (Signed) G. H. IRVING, Secretary (Signed) WILLIAM M. HAMI^TT...

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