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A Mean Theft. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 21 August 1901

A Mean Theft. During Divine service at the Wesleyan Church, Bowral, on Sunday moaning last, some light-fingered individual removed and carried off a buggy whip belonging to Mr. E. Beer, of Mount Gibraltar, The whip was left in the buggy in the. church grounds, while the occupants atteuded worship ; but could not be found when the driver, Mr. H. Beer, started the re turn homeward journey at the close of the service.

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

ITEMS OF INTEREST. In Connoaticut no youth under 21 is allowed to smoke cigarettes. 1200 peoplo have been rondored homeless through » Are at Farsnnd, in Norway. 2100 lottora were posted in Australia last year without any address whatever. Ball by O'SulIivan: " Wo have hnd the liquor question here for centuries I" Really 1 A man who, takes a short oat to success generally has to go baek and loam the regular road. To-day let us riso and go to our work. To morrow we shall rise and go. to oar reward.. A pound of turnips will yield 12 grains of strength, a poand of Cheddar cheese 310 grains. ' Population of Franco, 38,011,333, being an in-, crease of half a million duting tho last Ave years. It is'now becoming fashionable for preachers in the old country to be photographed in the pulpit. In 128 American cities and towns children, under a specified age have to. be in their hom.es by a cer hour at night. Ar-ii who suffer from weak digestion should eat Rutherford's malt bread, it is highly ...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Bowral & Robertson Free Press. Wednesday, August 21, 1901. OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 21 August 1901

Bowral & Robertson Proe Press. Wednesday, August 2111901. OBSERVATIONS. Bx an.Obsekveb. Most of the readers of this journal mast have read with, satisfaction the shoot article which appeared in last Wednesday's issue, under the beadiiig " A. Dangerous Practice," strongly commenting on the great danger likely to accrue from the recbless shooting which is allowed quite close to the bouses and public resorts in country towns. It cannot be denied that tbe practice of shoot ing the feathery tribe is becoming more and more prevalent. One of the greatest at tractions to the Australian bush is the Bweet notes of the numerous varieties of birds which inhabit it, but tbe gun of the sbootiat is gradually doing its work, and soon the bush will be cleared of its greatest attraction. And apart from this evil, it is becoming.dangerous for parties to venture into the bush, and apparently to visit favorite publio resorts 'y the experience of the small picnic party at the Mittagong Like provi...

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

For the Tea you dritikv For the Bread you eat> P For the Hat you weaiv For the Clothes you put on* , * . • try * . . * Rutherford, BOWRAL. He can do all of these Equally Well for you* Colin Ferguson, VIOLINIST. YISITS BOWBAL every TUESDAY an* FRIDAY. For Terms, &a.t apply Mr.. Ebb, Davis,. Bong Bonn-street. 276 Royal Hotel,.. ROBERTSON, The Leading Hotel in Town. Only Best Brands of Wines and Spirits kept.. . SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION at reasonable fates. First-class BILLIARD- TABLE. Good Stabling, Grass Paddocks, and Cattle Yards. FRED.. GRAHAM, 262 • '< Proprietor. The Live Upholsterer. STOKES IS still prepared to- upholster your suite, or couch or chairs ;• repair your furniture—polish, &c, uaakes Carpets, and! cleans and lays them. aB they should bu; repairs the eun shades ;■ fixes up tbe spring machine; wilt re-cane your chairs at less than Sydney prices*,- makes window blinds, and fixes; furniture packed and stored. w.s. trusts by striot attention to...

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

Qdail. Summer comes, the breeze is sighing, Walts o'er Bowral's piny vale: Comes on airy wings of incense, The low sweet cooing of the quail; Sqaotting somewhere on a ridge-tup, • Calling softly to its mate, , Lutleidrearaing e'er the winter, It will share a Jack Snipe's fate: ' ' Oh, ye essence of quick-winged flight, ' Gomes ye hence on fleetest wings, Welcome ag the glowing'sunlight; " And the sportsmen, delight brings. —Shooter.

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

MOSS VALE At the Moss Vale Police Court William Wallace was fined 2/6 and 4/10 costs for using a cart on which his fall name,. &c., was not painted. He pleaded guilty,, bub said be was not aware that it was necessary to. have eame done. To work on a Wednesday half-holiday evidently does not suit the Moss Yale people, anymore than people elsewhere. Conse quently ouly a few persons met in the Moss.. Vale cemetery last Wednesday afternoon to assist in planting trees and shrubs, and: these included the Rector, a trustee, and a couple of ladies. The publican's liscense for the Tourist Hotel, Bundanoon, has been transferred from Mr. Wm. Murphy to Mr. Hugo Seewald,. Mr. George Sewell of Sutton Forest has been appointed Pouudkeeper vice A. - Town send, deceased.

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Original Poetry. TO THE GAME BIRDS. JACK SNIPE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 21 August 1901

Original Poetry. TO THE GAME BIRDS, Jack Snipe. : As the July frosts are melting,. ■' ForminR runnel; freshening pool, ' Graceful flies the jack .Snipe nouthward . From Japan to Austral, cool: There with sh-irp-cut wing so graceful, Recesses leave ot ooot and hum. Leaves the wreaths of glist'ning mosses, For the moors of grass and fern. i He fulfills his yearly mission— Soon alit 'nenth Southern Cross, With his voice the sportsman warning, As he lifts from tufts of moss,. * Happy mortal he so skilful, As the morn is fresh with dew— He who Bhoots first Snipe in season;. And to him all honour due.

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Local and District Notes. ROBERTSON. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 21 August 1901

Local ancl District Notes. By" Carrier." (And from oar Correspondents.). . ROBERTSOHv': '.'i I I The annual meeting of the Robertson Lawn Tenuis Club was held on Tuesday, evening last. Those present were:—Mrs. Ferguson, Misses Hall and Graham,. Messrs. Ferguson (chair), Boulton, Hall, and E, Humphries. The minutes of last annual meeting were read and adopted. The chairman then read the balance-sheet, which show ed the club owed about £6. Mr. W. R. Hindmarsh, junr., was ap j. pointed patron for ensuing year, Mr. B. W. Boulton secretary and treasurer, -and the following committee — Mesdames Ferguson and Vandenberg, Messrs. W. Graham, Hall, Wearne, N:. Hall, and J. Humphries. — It was decided to hold a concert in aid of the club's funds on Friday nearest full moon in September.. A vote of thanks to th.e chairman con-, eluded the meeting,. ~ Rain has been falling steadily here since Friday,, and seems likely to continue. 2. inches have fallen from Monday, 9 a.m., till Tuesday, 9 a.m. In...

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

STANDING ORDERS. x. The meeting shall commencaVaf 8.30. * . ••; 2. The . first half-hour may be devoted to preliminary business. . • , - . S 3. The business of the evening shall commence not later than gi o'clock. ' ^ 4. The . Ministry shall announce, at least a week previous to any debate, the subject chosen by them for discussion, and which side they intend to take. i ;• 51 Whenever an amendment is made upon any motion, no other amendment shall be taken until the first has been disJ posed of. If that amendment be carried it shall then be put as an original motion, upon which a further amendment may be moved."' ' 6. No member shall speak on any motion, amendment, or other matter more than orice (unless to make a personal ex planation, or by permission of the meet ing) excepting the mover or opener, who shall.have the right to reply. '' 7; The mover of a resolution shall have the right of reply. . 8. A question shall be resolved by'a majority of the voices Aye " or " -No,"' or by a ...

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Association Debating Club. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 21 August 1901

Association Debating Club. ' The following rules have been adopted in connection with the Bowral Young Men's Association Debating Club *■. ■ 1. The decision of the Speaker upon all questions of Order,and interpretation of the Rulos and Standing Orders, shall in every case befinal. . Provided also that i£» any member be dissatisfied with the Speaker's ruling, it shall be competent for such member to move that the Club disagree with such ruling, and the motion, if secoq^' ded, shall be put forthwith, and decided; wtihot discussion; by a show of hands. 2. The management of Debates in the Club, and all matters connected with such Debates, shall be entrusted to a ministry of not less than three members. • 3. No subject of an essentially, religious', character shall be debated in the Club.*; 4. Order of Business :— i j (a) Reading and Confirmation . of Minutes. ; (i) Correspondence, . (0) Notice of Motions.' '(d) Motions of-which due hotice^-feais5 ■ • been'given. (e) Other preliminary bu...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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A Question of Wages. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 21 August 1901

A Question of Wages. Tho following official correspondence has been received by Mr. W. MoCourt, which ho has kindly forwarded for publication t " Sir,— Keforring to the letter forwarded by yoa from Messrs A. Grimson and P. Forrest, laborers in Surveyor Riley's party, (loulburn, asking that their pay be increased from 5/ to 0/ par day, lam directed by the Secretary for Lands to. inform you tliat tho question of payment of surveyors', laborers was care fully considered recently, and it was decided that there was no reason to alter the existing practice of paying tbe men 5/ per diem for 7 days a week. I may explain that laborers of thegaiqe class in tbe Works Department are paid 6/ per diom (which ia evidently the basis of ths above request) but as in that department they are paid that rate for six days a weok, it will be seen that there is a difference only of 11 per week between the total amounts paid by this'and the Works Department, -H. Oomur, Under-1 secretary."'

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A MAD RUSH FOR GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 21 August 1901

A MAD RUSH FOR GOLD. - According to the Viotoria (B.C.) correspon dent of tho Loudon /Daily Mail, sonie extraor dinary scones occijred in the- Klohdiko district oil February-26ch, when the " crown claims " were thrown .ope'u-to the public. ' ; • lb was a:wild stampede, such as has\iiev4r before been known since the'diaoovory' of Klon dike. Hundreds of nien aiid women struggled through the snow, with the thermometer.-35 degrees below zero, to take out claims, and then rush-back to Dawson City to--, register them; at the gold commissioner's office; Thousands of claims had lapsod-to the crown,' and others had reverted thereto by J.apsed rights, and, in addition, there were the reserved' alternate blocks of ten claims oach. • Many of those who wore anxious to peg. outi a- claim were already on the creeks . on .'.the! morning of tho opening day, but they were kept', off the ground by strong barriers, ■' which were ' only lowered on tho stroke of midnight. Then all in a moment tho gold-se...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 August 1901

ta»» ' DON'T BOTHA atout III When you can got HAW CANVAS RUGS * or yonr Eiiorscs and Cows. That will keep out DEWET. Ebb. Davis, S4DDLGR, STATIONER, BOOKSELLER, &c„ «ihi BOWRAL. THE SANATORIUM GRAND HOTEL, kqbIirtso wr. ,J. Hamilton, Jun., Proprietor*. .Good Accommodation for Visitors, Every Gon ' • vcnience. Splendid Situation. Jlotol ligbtod with Acetylene Gns. Best Brands of Wines mid spirits kept. 761 House^Painting, PAPERrHANGING, DECORATING. Picture Frames of every descrip tion made to order. All Workmanship Guaranteed. jSbop i tvlerrigang Street, (Opposite Milton House, Bowral) 689 Haa removed to MORE COMMODIOUS PRE mi jsiss nest to HILL bhos. ' ' . ' Coach Building and Horse Shoeing carried oqt in £est Btylc. .. ' fiurra-waug, WISHES to announce to tho residents 0£ the district that he has taken over the BLACK pitlTHING and WHE15LWBIGHT BUSINESS rdcently carried on at- 'Nfr. Parker's premises, and hopes by strict attention to business and good worlc jnanship to recei...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 August 1901

THE W CM) h SEASON. Our psstoraliste and sheep fanners are now specu lating upon the prospects of tho H,srrwool .reason of. the new contur'y, iitul, notwithstanding severe droughts itnd hthpr discouraging circumstances, an-' tieipate a fair yiidd. 'Kvory citizen is keenly inter ested in th«> staple industry of the St.itn j for a grati fyin« ah>'ti i<ig seu«on mtreads prosperity t'.iruuylinut the oomm'inity. • -The woolgrowers nvrit the fullest measure of success,' fpr during recent years have vio.l with eaoh' . other in improving tho breed oi their ilocki as the re cords of the Annual Stud Sheep Fairs, conducted by Messrs. Golttaborongh, Mort, & Co., Ltd., abun dantly prove. There is ncarcely a run in'N.S.W. which doe.3 not possess representative stock of the. choicest breed in the world. It is one thins; how-, ever to have a splendid clip and quite another to place the product to the bcat/advantage. The wise woolmen will dispose of their clips through broke...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 August 1901

FOtR SALE OR TO LET, CONVENIENT HIUOK OOTTAG.K, lately, occupied b.y M—'iyder. FuUpurticulava on_ application to MIto. UOPttEZ,' " Riuhuiond Col-, tage,'.'Bowral. ' 87U NO TXtyE. JW. NORM VM, Diiiiiher, will open the pi'cm.-, . ises lately occupied by tho Sutton Forest Butchering Compun.v, Bpwral, on MONDAY NEXT, tho 22nd inst. J.W.N, hopoa by strict attention to, 'business,' ooiubinod with civility, td command a fair., aharo of patronage. Beef, inutton, poilf, l.mib, and; yoal of tlio beat tjjidlity. Poultry of all kinds djiv'o. or dressed to. order.- " ' " BOWRA.L FRUIT SHOP— OPPOSITE Post Office,;Rq.wral. The; mat aniif most .varied, stock out of Sydney. • Call, anct> sco our Show.. • ' .T • 'V: ' H. T. HOI'WOOD, 9pl3.' ' , Manager.' j^k tffe WORLD RENOWNED %l ' o Will Appear in their Marvellous l^jgl&i sefij.s..5a^^ -la the— s; i school of AKTS, ISO WRAL | TUESDAY 27th, AUGUST, | : Popular Prices, 2/- and 1/-; f • Children Half-price. " MEDICAL. X> JEt. F ou t-i i&...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 August 1901

Auction Sales. FURNITURE AND EFFECTS, THIS DAY (SATURDAY), AT 2 30. At tho residence of Air. D. MuLean, Shepherd-street, Bowral, J. G. MORRIS & CO, Will sell without reserve Furniture and Effects, <Sro. nio FURNITURE and EFFECTS, VEHICLES, ETC. SATURDAY NEXT, AUG. 31, AT 2 O'CLOCK SHAIUV J. G. MORRIS & CO, HAVE received instructions from JOHN HODGSON, Esq., to well by auction (it his residence Brooklyn," oast B jwral, on above date, FUBNITURE, Ac., comprising. 8 Sovon-drawor Cheats Drawers, 3 Four-drawer. ■ dhesta Drawers, 3 'l.j-fect Half Tester Bedsteads and Bedding, j-Tostor Cot 6 x 2£, Single Half-. Tester liodstcads, Dining Tables, Superior Hall Linoleum, Floor OoveringsJ Cllairs, Pictures, 2 Chair Bodaloa 1r, Wash Stands and Ware, Toilet TableR, 2 Pino Safes, 2 Kitchen Dressers, Lot Books, Preserving .fat's, Crockeryftnd Glass Waro, Kitclien Tablo (i s 3, No. 7 Dover Stove, Spring MiwrIo, Kitohen Utensils, and numerous sun-, dries. ' — ALSO— ' 7- Tur...

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Military Social. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 August 1901

Military Social. Tho military eocial in conncction with Bow'rnl II do. 2nd Infantry Kotjimonl is now nn ovcnt of tho pnst, but its celebration in tho .School of Arta on Tuesday evening last dirl not altogether reach tho climax of anticipated hopes re garding its successful issue, not because of mismanagement of dotails, but owing to tho dreary, uninviting and inclement Btate of the atmospheric conditions. Tickets had been disposed of freely, purchasers generally looking forward to a V happy " time, but the change in the elements a few days pre ceding the function filled many with dis mav and auxious fetirs. But the ruin was incessant and unabalitig, and on tho Tuos day camo down with oven more intensity than heretofore, thus drowning the bright est hopes of thoso \ylio had beeii .looking for ward with unusual enthusiasm for tho social. The downpour resulted in rnauy being compelled to slay indoors, while those more venturesome who braved the stormy night and chanced a trilby- wottin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 August 1901

Tea! Tea!! WE always bavo on band new shipments of specially prepared Ceylon, Indian, and China Teas to suit our customers. We also keep the best Coffee, Cocoa, and Essence of.Corteo. If you have not tried our Tea, send for sample, free on application. We have the Flavoring Tea in lib,. 21b,. and 51b. boxes. Price—5/ per lb. , (No Agent Employed.) J. A.. SPY & CO. 545 George-street, Sydney. T. B. Dunwoodie, Monumental Mason, BOWRAL. 8241 PRESTON'S "PRINCESS" CREAM SEPARATORS Arc the Best. .AXiL SIZES, Hahd and Steam Power. DUPLEX | LANCET PROBES |_ For making hard cows • easy to miik. "g - 9 All Dairy Requisites. % Write for particulars to W. A. PRESTON & G6. 343 Sussex Street, J STrxD3srE"sr. ® ® CORSETS P. D. THE STANDARD HIGH-GLASS CORSET IN THE TRADE throughout THE WORLO. Avoid Inferior imitations, arid see that each pair bears this Trade Mark on band Inside. />/&—.S Sola Ajrents for Australia— pnFSenfSRCC ft On flindeh3 lane, Melbourne. t'uilUUUftl I ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 August 1901

PLANT AND. SEED CATALOGUE.—Messrs. P. L. 0. Shepherd and Son, the popular Seedsmen 0/203 Pitt Street Sydney, and Darling Nursery, Waterloo, have iiTstigsued their oatalogue for 1901, ia which they offer quite a number of New Fruits, of which full descriptions are ^ivcn. They also offer for the fust time in Australia grape vines grafted on resisting stocks. The Catalogue also includes choice novelties in Flower Seeds, etc. We would recommend all lovers of horticulture to secure a i copy of this Catalogue, which is Bent post Irea to all applicants, • 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 August 1901

Great Clearing Sale of Drapery. Great Clearing Sale of Drapery. Great Clearing Sale of Drapery. ALL GOODS^5-* tfK A RARE CHANCE Marked below Cost Price. ' \ For Intending Purchasers, As it is well-known that a Duty of 20 Per Ceht. is going on the New Tariff on All Drapery. This is a Genuine SA Clearing-Out Sale. Uj BONG- BONG • STREET, BOWBAL. A Few Keasons . You should AIRWAYS deal SflE'S. You will find the largest assoitment 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 gfo 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, Knicker Suits, Men's Suits, Hats, Shirts, & Sox marked at wholesale cost to clear them out, and make room for NEW GOODS -to arrive...

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