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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 21 August 1901

Notice I Notice! CLOSING OF BUSINESS. HAIQ & CO., desire to state that it is their intention to close their Business on Expiration of leasp, 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 Bargain Prices. ' " \ NOTE s 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 THE ADDRESS ^cNE) 60.,^. TBB CA.SB G L ENMORE HOU SE, BO W RAL. ess O ESTABLISHED 1853.. AUSTRALIAN GR€AT€5T MUSIC f HOUSE. m UNDER VICE-REGAL PATRONAGE. PIANOS, ORGANS, MUSIC, and all Musical Instruments. ■J vr vr High Grade Low Prices Latest Styles VIOLINS. CORNETS. j BANJOS. GUITARS. \ MANDOLINS. FLUTES. } ACCORDEONS. FIFE8. { BAND INSTRUMENTS, j FREE CATALOGUES- 0^o°BoriMa W. H. J7 A\ 1WQ — CO., LTD., , r flJUU * N 338 CE...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FARM and GARDEN A NEW MILKING MACHINE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 21 August 1901

F; A NEW MILKING MACHINE. One of the latest improved machines has beou imported by Messrs. Bartram and Son, of.Melbourne, aud is now in operation at tlio dairy.farm of Mr. David Mitchell,' near Lilydale. Te machine baa been work ed by Mr. Mitchell for about a month, and bo far, with satisfactory results. " The "Farm," an English, paper, thua describes it :— " We bad the opportunity of seeing the machiue at the Cardiff show of the Royal Agricultural Society, aud accepted an in vitation by the Dairy Outfit Company to examine privately the machine on a farm in which it has been in satisfactory operation. The machine is known as' the Lawrence Kennedy, and the farmer is Mr. John Kin ross, of Riding Court, Datchet, who holds from various landlords something like two square miles of land, which he manages so well that he has secured some of the most coveted of the prizes offered for competition to Bucks and Berks farmers by the well known local association. Mr. Kinross has some fine buildi...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 21 August 1901

DON'T BOTflA about BtWET When you can get NAVY CANVAS RUGS For your Horses and Cows. That will keep out DEWET. Ebb. Davis, SADDLER, STATIONER, BOOKSELLER, &c., ^tf^BOWRAL. THE SANATORIUM GRAND HOTEL, ROBEBTSOIT. -J. Hamilton, Jun«, Proprietor. Good Accommodation for Visitors.' Every Con venience. Splendid Situation. Hotel lighted with Acetylene Gas, Best Brands of Wines and spiritB kept, 7fll House-Painting, PAPER-HANGING, DECORATING. « Picture Frames of every descrip tion made to order. All Workmanship Guaranteed, A. E. LEES gbof>:; TWerrigam* Street, (Opposite Milton House, Bowral), 689 Has removed to MORE "COMMODIOUS PREMI SES next to HILL BROS, • •• CoaoliBujldinguniJ Horse Shoeing carried out in j best style, J. FENTON, Burrawaiig, WISHES to announce to the residents of the district that ho has taken over the BLACK SSlITHING. and WHEELWRIGHT BUSINESS rdeently carried on at Mr. Parker's premises, and liopcs by strict attention to bunine6a and good work manship to rece...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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AGRICULTURAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 21 August 1901

AGRICULTURAL ITEMS. Mr. Valder will not leave N. S. Wales and his principalship of the Hawkesbury College. The Government has. consider ed it worth while to. offer Jiim ajarge ,.in- ... crease of salary to stay at the Hawkes bury College. In refusing the Victorian offer, "l^rr^alder st_ates.that he:Has jcare fully considered the proposal, but has con cluded that the change of position would be of no great advantage, in view~6f the inducements offered in Nevy South Wales.- , His salary for this year, including : quar- ■ ters, &cM is fixed at ^575, and since the. fact leaked, oat ' that-! an > offer vhad ; been" ^ made to him at £800 per annum, the New South Wales Government has increased his remuneration by £200. ; s Very few pe'ople-liave auy idea of the ex* tent to which-/rait-growing dias developed in 'America,"arid when it is remembered that, the development, lias almost all been .made while Australians have been growing oranges and apples, and have a' total pro duct o...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 21 August 1901

Auction Sales. POSTPONEMENT OF SALE. POSTPONEMENT OF SALE. TO Friday Next, Aug. 23rd* Friday Next, Aug. 231'd. On account of MB. E. LYONS, of " Nausloo,'" Mobs VbIo. H. RICHARDSON Has been instructed to sail by auction, on tba premises, " Nausloe,'* about 1J miles from' Moss Valo Station, on Friday next* August' 23rd, at, II a.m., - HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE & EFJFEOTS. Term?: SPOT CASH.: NO- RESERVE.. 905. FURNITURE AND EFFECTS, VEHICLES, &o. Saturday, Aug, 31, at 2 o'clock J. G. MORRIS & CO. HAVE reoeivod instructional ftotn, JOHN. .''■HOBGSON'.ESQi , to Veil" by Motion ot hia> residence; " Brooklyn," Bowral, on above datb— HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, VEHICLES, &o.,. full particulars of' which wilL appear later. 005°.' FURNITURE AND EFFECTS. SATURDAY, 24th. August, AT 2 30. J. G. MORRIS & CO. HAVE received instructions from MR. D. Mo-. LEAN to sell by auction at Ilia rcpidenca Sheplierd-street, Dowral, on above date,. FUHNI rUItE AND EFFECTS, comprisi...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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ALLEGED OVERPAYMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 21 August 1901

ALLEGED OVERPAYMENT. In the Banco Court, Sydney, on Friday, before the Chief.Justice and Mr. Justice Ouon. Mr. Want, If. 0., and Mr. James, instructed by Mefsrs. Uettfl.nnd Son, of Qoultmrn, appeared for the appellant; James McCormack, and moved to make absolute a rule nisi^ for a prohibition to set aside an, order made by Mr.' W. S. Oaswetl, P.M., of Goulburn, in a proceeding by I'crcival W. Johnson, also of Gtolburni against the appellant. Mr. Wade instructed by Messrs. Mintor, Simpson and Co..(for Mr. 13. W. Johnson„of Goulburn) appeared for the respondent- Johnson to show causs. It appeared according to the aflidavits-and depos ition in the case that appnllant, a dniryman, residing at Binda, received from Messrs. Lillis Brothers, of Goulburn, a cheque for £25 17/G for wool. MoOor mac.k presented tho cheque on January 15, at the Bank of New South Wales, Goulburn, whore respon dent gushed it, and the latter in the course of his evidence given subsequently staled that by mistako he...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 21 August 1901

FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. [ The bill, to amend the Friendly Societies Act, introduced into the Legislative Assem bly on Wednesday night by Mr. Sep, and read a first time, is a bhort measure, of six clauses, designed to rectify several unwork able portions of the Principal Act. Undtu clause 2 it is provided that societies iu exis tence at tl^e commencement of the Principal Act may continue to exist under the Act of 1873. Clause 8 permits of societies with differential rates of contribution being regis tered, and clause 4 provides for the registra tion under certain conditions of existing societies. Penalties are provided by clause 5 on persons, taking subscriptions for bodies | purporting to be friendly societies. Clause I 6 repeals section QJ of the Principal Afit.,

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Openings for Right Men LABOUR IN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 21 August 1901

Openings for Right Men LABOUR IN AUSTRALIA, If Now South Wales may not bo callod the paradise of the working man (says the Glasgow Weekly Mail) it is because men who have to earn their living by the sweat of the brow must look in vain over the whole world for a paradise. In the times that followed upou the gold discovery people weut out to Australia with the expectation that precious metal could be picked up m the streets, and that fortunes were to be made without effort or struggle, Circum stances have altered since then, and increns ingiutercourse between Australia and the old world has diffused abroad a more acourate knowledge of the facts, and exercised a sobering influence upon the imagination of emigrants. Unfavorable reports are also frequently sent home by interested or dis appointed men ; and communications of this sort have tlieir effect, like stones thrown iuto a pond, over circles that widen out around the original point of contact. The truth lies betweeu exaggerated exp...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 21 August 1901

GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR " FOR AUGUST. ' By A. Lasdsdowne, Gnulburn. The very Bovore winter has Btopped growth, bat 1 during August there should be a little improvement. ' Many crops should be pot in at once. As potatoes will bo very dear, it will pay to put in a few early, and cover them from frosts, -Further severo weather may be expected, cold winds, frost, snow, and rain. Get all heavy work over, and givo plenty of manure to all crops and fruit bearing trees, and let nil land be broken up deeply to enable it to ro tain rooiBture. Kitchen Garden. — Sow parsnips, carrots, beet, onions, cabbage, peas, broad beans, lettuce, raddisli, leek, Ac. Borne turnipa may bo tried. Plant out asparagus and rhubarb roots and dress beds. To matoes may be Bown in boxes. Field.—Sow poas, onions, cabbago, early potatoes, grass seods, mangels, and prepare land for Bwedes, &o. Orchard.—Finish pruning, planting young trees, draining, trenching, and manuring. • Be careful to plant young clean h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 21 August 1901

$HE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY of SYDNEY, Ltd. Capital paid up .. .. £1,000,000 RoservoFund .. ... .. 1,010,000 _Bj08exv0 Liability .. .. 1,000,000 Total •• ... £3,010,000 DIRECTORS. a. J. COHEN Esq., Chairman. Hon. IT. 13. KATBB, M.Tj.C., Deputy Chairman. ' Hon. HENIIY MOSES, M.L.O. Hon. HIOHAUD JONES, M,L.C. E. fy. KNOX, Esq. 0EN1511AI, MANAOEn; T. A DIB13S, Esq. ADDIXOB9. • E. S. OAPE, Esq.' Tho Hon. L<\ T. HUMPEERY, M.L.C. BRANCHES in Now Houth Wales and Queens land, Agencica throughout tho world. Bowral Branch, GAVIN GEOEGI5, Manager. ' GENERAL STOREKEEPER, and BAKER, BO BEET SON. Orders colled lor, and Goods Delivered Daily, j I-Iio-liest Cash. Price eiven for COW HIDES, CALF SKINS, WALLABY SKINS, OPOSSUM SKINS NATIVE OAT SKINS. 638 Spring Suitings. Summer Suitings. The Practical and Reliable HAVE made preparations for tho coming ponson by stocking the newest. and most up-to-dato floods in Nowest Designs! Newest Shades I New-. • est Colorol They would also-direct at...

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BOWRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 21 August 1901

BO WEAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. . Meets every alternate Thursday, at the • Council Chambers, at 7.30 p.m. Clerk's oiji'ce hours uro : Tuesdays, from 1.0 to 12 41.111. ; Wednesdays, 7 to U. p.m. : l'rulays, 3; to 5 p.m. ' . Alilerman J. M. Christie, Mayor. ' Mr. W. 11. Farrow, council clerk.

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Railway Information. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 21 August 1901

Railway Information. Passhn'oeb trains arrive (it Bqwral from Sydney 12.21 a.m. daily, Sundays cxoepted 7 37 a.m. {Paper Train) daily, Sunday exoepted 11.12 a.m., Saturday only ; 12.55 p.m. daily, Sunday excepted '5.83'p.rn., Saturday only 7.58 p.m. daily, Saturday and Sunday oxcoptod 9.28 p.m., Saturday only t'assengar trains laavo Bowrnl for Sydney 3.C a.m. daily, Monday excepted fi.CO a.m. Sunday only, stops AIHtagong-and SiratbOold only 7.3 a.m. daily, Sunday excepted. i 8.29 a.m. daily, Sunday and. Monday excepted, stops Mitlagong and Strathtiold only ■-■■8.81 o.m.-Monday only, strips Mitinfiong, Piolon, Granvillo, and Slrathliiildonly. 1.3G p.m. daily, Sunday excepted. • •

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COMPETITION POINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 21 August 1901

COMPETITION POINTS. The points scored in the competition are as follows:— ns poita aJ l*» a ecord Ot o« O Oliib. ni S a s • .5 A a 2 & J P' CO iu o O bowral ...... B 0 * ■18 16 8 4 _ 2 42 20 12 MittfiRong.. 8 3 4 1 2 17 15 11 8 a 4 1 2 25 44 11 'v Myra Vale............ 8 ;? 5 T 2 20 47 10 Poor "Goal Post" in last Saturday's issue of our contemporary, (the Mitiagong 'Lender') is lamenting bitterly about our statement " That MiUagong put their bent men in the field " in the recent match with Bowral at Mifctagbng, which we stated in oiir.iepbrfc of the said match. He (" Goal Poat ") states " that they were minus Fiitli," and consequently did not have their best men. A.-, far'as-it'got-a. that is a matter of opinion. -Of com Be,'everybody knows that he (Piith) is a good man, and Mittagong bu«;ht to bo pro'id of him ; and most de cidedly '• Goal Post's " remarks point out that the rest of the team were of no use .whatever. .. How could he say such a thing when Eoolce and Lyons st...

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Old Age Pensions. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 21 August 1901

Old Age Pensions. Mr. Wm. McCou.rt, M:P., is in receipt of the following communication from the, Central Board for Old .Age Pensions, 36 Young-street, Sydney, dated 16th August, 1901, and which he has kindly forwarded to us for publication , " Sir,,—In referenoo to your memorandum upon Mr. Southey's letter as to payments of (lenmonH in the Gmilbiirn Old-age Pensions Dist>int, I have to state that the following ave the paying offices of the district: — Goulburn—Goulburn Bk. N.S.W. Crookwell—Crookwell Bk. N.S.W. . Tara'sa—Tamlga Bk. N.SW'., . Moss Vale—M >as Yale English and Scottish Bk. Burrawang.—Buiraw.mg' English and Scottish Bk Mittagong—Mittagdiig Gov. Savings Bk. Bowral—Bowral Gov. Savings Bk. Berrima—Berrima Gov. Savings Bk. M '.rulun—Mamlan Gov. Saving* Bk. Ta^ago—Tarago Gov. .Savings Bank,. Bungonin—VSungonia Gov. Savings Bk. " Rpbeite iu—.Robertson Gov. Savings Bk. In regard to Mr. Southey's letter 11a to payments at Bowral,. I have to explain tint under-the provis io...

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Football. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 21 August 1901

Football. By ''The Other ' Goal Post.'" i The matches that were.played on. Satur day last completed the second round of (lie B'errima-Camden Union, and as a result of Jbhe competition there are four teams to "pliiy the semi-finals, Bowral, Picton, Mitta gong, and Moss Vale. As two clubs (Picton and Mittagong) forfeited on fine days, I am under, tbe impression that itiatbe intention of the committee to call on these teams for an explauatibn'as to'tbe cause of their for feit, . A meeting will be held at the Grand Hotel, Bowral, to-night, when the neceBsary business will be trausaoted, including tbe draw for the semi-finals. On Saturday last Bowral journeyed to Moss .Vale to fulfil their Union engagement, which resulted in a win for Moss Yale by 11 points to 3; Bowral played a splendid up-hill game with 11 men, which was after wards reduced to 9, owing to two men being injured which necessitated their retirement. Moss Vale were well represented, and when the no-side whistle sounded Mos...

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B. D. Gun Club. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 21 August 1901

B. D. Gun Club. The annuaf general meeting of the Berrima District Gun Club was held at the Grand Hotel, Bowral, on Saturday afternoon last. The meeting was well at tended although the day was wet. Ow ing to the illness of the hon. sec. and ab sence of tlie hon. treas. the meeting (after the election of the office bearers for the ensuing year) was. adjourned till a future date. The election of officers resulted as fol lows; Patron, Mr. J. D. Badgery ; presi dent, Mr. Fitz-Hill ; vice-presidents, Messrs T. H. Keigwin,, W. McConrt, C. J. Royle, Langer Owen, Gavin George, C. W. Marsden, and A. E. Cordeaux ; committee, T. Lackey, W. Wade, F. H. Throsby, W.' Murray, J. H. Bnin, J. Beavan, and. H. T. .Walker ; hon. treas., Dr. Stevenson ; hon:. sec,, Mr. H. O. Carter. Arrangements are being made for a shoot in the near future.

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Daring Robberies. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 21 August 1901

Daring Robberies. Both Melbourne and Sydney have just been startled by groat .robberies. In Sydney the premises of John J. Burt and Co, pawnbrokers, George Street ' West, had been entered by thieves during Saturday night or Sunday morn ing, and jewellery to-the estimated value of £500 removed. An iron safe, weighing 8 or 9 cwt., had been cut and forced open, rivets burst, and the floor strewn, with sawdust,' the laborious work occupying many.hours. No clue so'far. " In melbourno it was a highway robbery of the old type. A horse tram carrying eight 'passes gera was "bailed up by three armed men at Riversdale, lifiar Melbourne, at midnight on Saturday. The. driver was ordered to stop the horses, eke his brains . would be spilt. on the floor; .The tram stopped. - -One/man entered the car from one side, and the other man from the other. The. passengers were then asked to turn out their pockets if they didn't want a fun eral in their families... The :third robber' then entered and demand...

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MR. WISE AT FORBES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 21 August 1901

MR. WISE AT FORBES. The " Molong Express " in talking of Mr. Wise's visit to Forbes, said : " The fion.: B.. R. Wise had a , good time at Forbes Show, last weelc^—plenty of ea.ting; drinkiiig and talking.'' . It then gave a few of its remarks, - regarding -the mini-' miim;wage, and finished in ;this style: '!t^i6n^'wj,tVa burst, of acadetnicaJ- eloi. qiiia{K'e,'?Mr. Wise declared to some 3000 gaping listejiers, that a new era of pros perity was opening on the country;' and that it was the aim ,of the Ministry to . see that' the country, districts got fair play! Bunkum! That 'era of prosperity' is said to be opening at every election and just after. But it has never opened yet." It is very hard on a young man to spend two months deciding which of-two girls he will have for his-wife, and then to find oat when he proposes that neither of them .will have him. "■ Mr. AndersonTalk about the Minimum Wage 1 5,000 men are getting it, but there are 25,0 :0 who are not getting even 3/- a day, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 21 August 1901

Tbe Boman Empire, nigh forgotten, . - K Once exercised a mighty sway. But like some building old and rotten ' ' Was left to crumble and decay. ;/ Tbe human body needs attention, ' in order to long life assure, , For coughs and colds we've but to mention. '' W, E, Woods' Great Peppermint cure,

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BURRAWANG. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 21 August 1901

BURRAWANC. The annual general meeting' of the School of Arts was held on Saturday week when there was a good attendance* The minutes of the previous annual meeting were read and confirmed.. Correspond-i ence from the trustees of Oddfellows' General Fund, Sydney, submitting the' Burrawang Oddfellows' Hall and ground to the Institution for ^"xoo, but the mem bers could not see their way clear to give the figure asked; but a resolution was carried submitting- their price to the trustees.. A vote of thanks was carried to all retiring officers and committee, also to the various local newspaper proprietors, who have contributed their papers free of. charge, including the Bowral and Robert son Free Press. The report and balance'1 sheet were read and adopted. The re-' port, which covered the full tranactions of the 12 months showed the membership : roll last year at 30, while this year there were. 110 on the roll, and the resignations at 2.2, which were caused chiefly by re- , movals from t...

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