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WORLD'S NEWS OF THE WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 August 1901

WORLD'S HEWS OF THE WEEK BY THE WANDERING STAR, The Czar and Czarina will visit Franco in Bop; tember. Thn pared post service to tho Transvaal has been resumed. German warships have been ordered to the Vene zuelan coast. "A'submarine flotilla is in conrso of construction for tho British navy. TheGotilburn Sparrow Club intend shortly hold ing an qpen shoot for £25. Oolonol Sir Georgo Sydenham Clarke, R.K., has beon appointed Governor of Victoria. Great Britain and Franoo have agreed on tho Morocco business ; so now, God help the Moors. Tho Dukq and Duchess of Cornwall and York have beeii accorded a magnificont \\elcomo at Cape town. The Britannia sailed on Tuesday for South Africa with the men who had boon granted indulgence pas sages. Gatling hns invented a motor plough, and if it is as effective as the Gattfng gun it will bo a great success. Wheat is now quoted at 5/10, but there is only a limited sale. Potatoes are easier owing to incteased supplies. Tho strike of Dock-workers at ...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FARM and GARDEN SHEDS v. RUGGING. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 August 1901

FARM and GAPEH SHEDS v. RUGGING. The following letter is published in the " Leader " :— " Sir,—Seeing a good deal of corres pondence about " rugging cows," and having done so myself for four years, per haps a few hints would be of use to those who contemplate doing likewise. There is no doubt " rugging" pays, but I have found it very expensive, my cost for any number of cows being such as would go a long way towards building a permanent shed. At the rate it costs me, the rug ging of 40 cows runs up to about £2,0, which would go a long way towards a rough shed, which is, in my opinion, the best rug of all. Rugging certainly has its advantages, and the reverse. I have found out that the repairs are no small item, the surcingles, alter 3 years or so, become rotten with the wet, and the rugs themselves shifted about a good deal, in fact I have often found them clean off be fore morning, and trodden and torn if not off. Another objection I have is that in very wet weather (in Gippsland) ...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 August 1901

All who scmer from weak digestion should eat Rutherford's malt bread, it is highly recommended. Ask for cart to call.—* ' . The Roman Empire, uigh forgotten, .Once exercised a mighty sway. But like some building old and rotten Was left to crumble aud decay. The human body needs attention, ' In order to long life assure, ( For cnughs and colds we've but to mention W. E. Woods' Great Peppesiunt Coke.

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COLD STORAGE CURING OF CHEESE [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 August 1901

COLD STORAGE CUEING OP CHEESE The practice of tbe makers of the famous Roquefort cheese in France of storing the entire product of a district in caves bewed out of the solid rock until ripened for mar kot comprises the secret of its wonderful uniformity. These prnctisos of curing in _Btaoks and caves- wore thought "to impart certain flavors which could not obtain under ordinary methods, but it has remained for Drs. Bn.bcock.aud Russell to give the scien tific explanation. The value of this dis covery to tho cbeese-mnlring industry world cannot be estimated. The obstacles hitherto encountered by the buyers from lack of uni formity will no longer be a depressing factor in tho price paid. Oae cheese will bo a truthful sample of thousands. Tho work of the cheese maker will be less irksome, and the product, freed from the variability of the average curing mom, will be greatly im proved. European investigators have spent much time on the curing problem, with the result tbat two opinions w...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Golf. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 August 1901

Golf. Miss Vera Boyle won the usual monthly medal at a match played on Thursday of last week in connection with the Boivral golf club. For the Rents Mr. 0. W, Marsden won the medal in olaas A, Mr. Arthur Blomfield in class B. ' •

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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AGRICULTURAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 August 1901

AGRICULTURAL ITEMS. Fat some time the dairy farmers who possess the famous " South Coast " cattle have been drawing on Victorian Ayr shires for fresh blood for their herds. The Oakbank herd of Messrs. W. Mc Nab and Brothers has been drawn upon, and the sale is recorded of the Ayrshire bull Probity of Oakbank, by Prefix from Pardon of Oakbank. Probity is a brown and white youngster of considerable pro mise and showing pronounced dairy points, and should be valuable in his new home. He descends from the Princess tribe, once so successful in the hands of Mr. Buchanan at the Melbourne Royal AgriculturalSociety's show. Probity goes to Mr. C. Lamond, of Shoalhaven. A great deal of nonsense is* talked by chemists and others as to the deleterious' efFect of salicylic acid- as a food . presetva- ■ tive. In Victoria ..certain medical faddists,'. : represented by the Board of Health, have steered a Food Adulteration Bill through parliament, and in consequence, a short time ago, an officer from...

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GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 August 1901

GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR AUGUST. B* A. Landsdowne, Gnulburn. Tho very sovere winter baa stopped growth, bat during August there should bo a little improvement. Many crops should be got in at onco. As potatoes will ba very dear, it will pay to put in a few early, and cover them from froBts. Further severe weather may bo expectod, cold winds, frost, snow, nnd roin. Get all heavy work over, and give plenty of manure to all erop3 and fruit bearing trees, and let all land be broken up deeply to onablo it to re tain luoisture. Kitchen Garden. — Sow parsnips, onrrota, beet, onions, cabbage, peas, brond benns, lettuce, raddish, leek, &c. Some turnips may bo tried. Plant out asparagus and rhubarb roots and dress beds. To matoes ttfay be sown in boxes. Field.—Sow peas, onions, cabbago, early.potatoes, grass seeds, mangels, and preparo land for swedes, t&e. Orchard.—Finish pruning, planting young trees, draining, trenching, and manuring, lie careful to plant young clean he...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 August 1901

► — THE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY of SYDNEY, Ltd. Capital paid tip .. .. .. £1,000,000 Rcservo Pand 1,010,000 Deserve Liability 1,000,000 Total .. .. £3,010,000 DIRECT0118. Or. 3. COHEN Esq., Chairman. v Hon. fl. E. KATEll, M.L.C., Deputy Chairman. Hon. HENRY MOSES, M.L.C. Hon. 1UCHARD JONES, M.L.C. E. W. KNOX, Ebij. OENBIUIj MANAGER. T. A THBBS.'Eeq. ' ATJDITOI13. E. S. CAPE, Esq. The Hon. 1?. T. HUMPHERY, M.L.C. BRANCHES in Now South Wales and Queens land." Agencies throughout the world. Bowral Branch; GAVIN GEOIIG13, Manager. GENERAL STOREKEEPER, and BAKER, ROBERTSON. Orders called for, and Goods Delivered Daily. Highest Cash IPrice eiven for COW HIDES, CALF SKINS, WALLABY SKINS, OPOSSUM SKINS ' NATIVE CAT SKINS. 838 Spring Suitings. Summer Suitings. The Practical and Reliable BOWRAL TAILORS HAVE nmrto preparations fur the coming season by stocking the newest and mo;st up-to-flate Goods in Newest Designs! Newest Shades 1 New • est Colors 1 * They would also direct Attention to t...

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BOWRAL, MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 August 1901

• I aiWJU ■■ ' ' BOWRAT, MUNICIPAL COUNCIL'."'" Meets every alternate Thursday, at the Council Chambers, at 7.30 p.m. Clerk's office hours are : Tuesdays, from 10 to 12 a.m.; Wednesdays, 7 to 9 p.m. : Fridays, 3 to 5 p.m. Alderman J, M. Christie, Mayor. Mr. W. It. Farrow, council clerk.

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Railway Information. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 August 1901

Railway Information. PissEsaEB trains arrive at Bowral from Sydney:— 12.21 a.m. daily, Sundays oxoepted 7.37 a.m. (Paper Train) daily, Sunday excepted 11.12 a.m., Saturday only 12.55 p.m. daily, Sunday excepted 5.33 p.m., Saturday only 7.58 p.m. daily, Saturday and Sunday excepted -9.28 p.m., Saturday only Passenger trains leavo Bowral for Sydney:— 3.6 a.m. daily, Monday excepted OuG a.m. Sunday only, stops Mittagong and Stratlifield only 7.3 a.m. daily, Sunday excepted. 8.29 a.m. daily,. Sunday and Monday excepted, stops Mitlagong and SLriUh Held onlj 8.31 a.m. Monday only, stops Mittagong, Fieton, Granville, and Stratlifield only. > -.■■■• V1.30 p.m. daily, Sunday excepted.

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Payne Bellringers. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 August 1901

Payne Bellringers. The People of Bowral will no doubt be apreeably surprised to learn that onoe more those world-fam ous performers the Payne Family,' Bollrinfiers, will appear before them with their artistic and clever performance which will take plijce in the School ol Arts, on Tuesday, 22nd instant

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Stray Notes. To the Editor Bowral and Robertson Free Press. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 August 1901

Stray i^otes. To the Editor Bowral and Robertson Free Press. Sir, —There is something ill the wind on ijie other side of the'Gib. A £o w oJE tlie leading h'ghls atyl buainej-a people have got one eye half open, and it aeema as though thev are just about in walio up from that long andpeaceful slumber. ■ My old dad used to eay " it's a long road that haa' no turning," per haps they, have got tp the end, and mean to net round the corner; let us hope llmt they pet on the right track wheti they have, got oil, the old one? That IViittagong is one of the most beautiful and healthy towns on the southern line is a well-known fact. It is not an every day occurrence that;, people endeavour to inoreaso the population of a town by at first diminishing it. Whether this is' a step, in the right direction or not is best known to iIiohh who are moving in the matter, as at least some of them have lived in Mittn'gong for a number or .vfiiirc. That orphans and waifs are not denirable remdoiits iu tlie ...

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

DfiZr. Cecif Compfan. —-•» rg> PtjptLa Received or Visited iu Bowral and District. PIANOFORTE, ORGAN, AND SINGING Cftmliclates prepared for College nnd University Examinatious in, Theoretical1 and Praotical Music. Address : Post Office, Bowral. ^ Wilde's Meadow Hotel * ALFRED BAXTER WISHES to inform the residents of Wilde's Meadow and District* Tourists, and others, that he has taken the above Favorite and Commodious Hotel, where he hopes by keeping only the Best Brands of Ales, Wines, and Spirits, and by civility and attention, ta customers, to merit liberal support.. 3 First-class Table. The Best of Liquors. Good Stabling. Nearest Hoiel lo the far-famed Belmore and Fifzroy Falls; 791 May we POINT OUT ONE' ILLUSTRATION AND ASK YOU ONE QUESTION? By SENDINGyour order direct to us, accompanied by remittance, yom can purchase a canister-containing 24 lbs. of Globe Tku, No. 1215, (or' £ 1 8a. (1/2 per lb.) The FORMER price of THIS TEA was £2 2s.. (1/9 per lb.) and at the former price...

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Local and District Notes. ROBERTSON. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 August 1901

Local and District Notes. BY " CARRIER." (And from cmr Correspondents.) ROBERTSON POLICE COURT.—Before Messrs. B. Turnbull and W. White, .J'e.P. two capes under tlio Ex:Jih ive Act were adjourned until the 29tli inst., as the d fondants were not prepared to go on. A drunk was fined 10/ and 2/6 coots, and on a cliiirgn of in dccent language a further penalty of 20/ & 5/10 costs was inflicted. G. A. Garaiucr applied for >i spooial Auctioneers' license, but as according to the Act there must bo at least, three just'ees present, the application was adjourned uutil Thursday; 20th. It seems strange that it is so difficult to obtain the attendance of Justices itt our court here. Mr. No.-bit, police magistrate, was ab out through ifl ncss, and perhaps influenza was tho oausa of absence in other oases also. ~ ' Tho raifl has not oeased hero yet. Sinco 1 Gtli until Thursday morning wo lmvo hurt 9.U3 inches* and where the roads aro not motullud thoy are in a very bad stato. A typogr...

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PAY OF STATIONMASTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 August 1901

PAY OF STATIONMASTERS. ComplnintB are being made of the com paratively low pay of the official staff on tbe railway lines. At many of the country stations,, for instance, the officers in charge, who have important work to carry out and long hours to work, and have a good deal of responsibility vesting on their shoulders, are paid less than the ordinary meohahic. Some of the more importaut stations are. managed by stationmasters, who receive less pay than the engine drivers. It is pro bable that this matter, will shortly be in quired into by the commissioners.

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CONCERNING SOUTH AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 August 1901

CONCERNING SOUTH AFRICA. Readers are cayefully scanning the cablegrams to discern a prospect of peace in South Africa. It is hopefully antici pated that the British ultimatum to cease firing on and after September 15, may end the whole unhappy business. Eer haps there is something desirable in the message intimating that important corres pondence is passing between Lord Kit chener and Botha* the Boer Commander in-Chief. No inkling is conveyed of the contents of these communications, but as Kitchener has ample powers to negotiate, and as a failure to obey the ultimatum will usher in what promises the most ap palling stage of the South African bus iness, it may be that Kitchener will bear Ihe responsibility of agreeing to terms wliich will be accepted by Botha. No body doubts Britain's power to sweep if need be the entire territory of Boers and rebels. But this is not British policy. In the same way. nobody doubted the strength of the Allied Powers to remove the Chinese Empire from th...

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RAILWAY REFRESHMENT ROOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 August 1901

RAILWAY REFRESHMENT ROOMS. The Commissioners have bad under con sideration the question of conducting this business themselves, but they find they would be unable to devote tbe necessary attention to it. A number of alterations have been made in the tariff -for refresh ments, and a. reduction is to be made in the prices paid for meals. The existing rate is 2/6 for each meal; under the new tariff the charge will be 2/- for breakfast, 2/- for luncheon, and 2/6 for dinner. It is not expected that the quality of the meals will be affected, but a reduction in the rental of the refreshment rooms will very posi-ibly have to be made. Therejtre about 26 re freshment vooms-on the "railways, and the rental from them is over £6000 per annum.

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

MITTAGQNC. The State Children's Belief Hoard nre complain ing bitterly about the water at the Cottage Humes being unfit for use/nothing having been done by the Malting Company to drevent the pollution of the stream running into the dam. The Company- hud* been written to ashing them to remedy the evil, but they had not.the courtesy even to reply. The tender of Mr. A. 15. Owen has been accepted, for thq supply of CO,000,.sleeper* at Graflon. i

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

[Established 5 Years.]. ALIiSBI & CO., PLAIN & DECORATIVE PAINTERS PAPERHANGERS, &c; WOODBINE STREET, BOWRAL. Estimates Furnished for Work in any part of the District. Only Skilled Tradesmen employed. Letters promptly attended to. 23& BOWBAL AND ROBERTSON FREE PRESS is published every" Wednesday and Saturday JHornfn&r. Terms or Subscription:— 2s. per quarter in advance ; 2s. 6d. if booked, Quarters end as follow: — Maroh 31, June 30) September 30, December 31, at which peripdj only can subscribers decline, by giving a week's notice in writing direet to the office, and paying to> the end of the then running quarter. Advertisements sent to the office without notifying the number of insertions will be continued at adver tigers' coat until an order is recoived to stop. Any person ordering the insertion of advertise ments on behalf of a committee will be iieJd responsible for payment of the same. Painted and published by the proprietor, William ...

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MOSS VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 August 1901

MOSS VALE Mr. Kinji Hayakuwa wag presented with a silver mounted pipe on Tuesday evening last by. Mr. II. i Hichtirdaon on behalf of the members of the School of Ana on the eve of hid departure for Bunyundore.

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