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

Notice! ^ J| . Notice! [ CLOSING OF BUSINESS. ] haig & co., desire to, state. that it is their intention to close their Business bn Expiration of lease, November I. and in prder that the Stock be disposed of by that date they are Sacrificing every article, regardless of cost. drapery att Slaughtering Prices. grocery at Reduced Prices. irqinjlviqnqery at Clearing Prices. glassware <& fancy goods at Bargain Prices. * * - WTOTJE3 s.—. Ai^y Lines sold cannot be replaced as this is A GEISIJI^E CLEARING OUT SAXE, It will be. to yojlr. Advantage to send in your Order Early. NOTE THE ADDRESS HjAI @ /tN le) eo,, THE CASH XIEADEJRS, GLEN mo re house, bowral.

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

Prompt--.Relief In all cftaea of ilirout and long troubles— If you use Chnmberlnin'n ' Omii'.h Remedy;' Pleasant tn wke --so.iihin" mil hauling in Influence. For Biile by D. 'Morgan, Bnwral A.oloi-k that will run for two years with onp win'l Mf; has bewn invented by » jeweller in the United States. It is operated by weights. At HAI& & CO.'S Clear in«j Sale, every article s-edsaeed Isa price.

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Bowral & Robertson Free Press. Saturday, August 24, 1901. THE FEDERAL CAPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 August 1901

Bowral & Robertson Free Press. Saturday, August 24, 1901. THE FEDERAL CAPITAL. There has been practically no progress made in the selection of a site fo.r the Federal Capital. The chances are that the question will be approached with so much care and caution as to almost anio.unt to " dead still." The selection of the site is no,t a party matter. It will i?o"t be decided by ministers, but hy members, and when divisions do come, no doubt ministers will vote independently. It will be quite competent for the house to reject by a majority any and every sjte submitt ed to a vote. Again, a majority in the House of Representatives may favor, say, ■ Canoblas, while a majority in the Senate may reject Canoblas. Of course, there , will be no crisis arid double dissolution over the capital site, for New South Wales is the only State keenly concerned. One thing is certain—that N.S.VV. Senators and Representatives \v4ll figiit among themselves over the selection. Each will want the Capit...

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

TALKING ABOUT SEEDS. JUST send (>N1? SHILLING in Postage Stamps of any country for'a sample lot of— Ramsey's Honest Seeds. FLOWER OR VEGETABLE POST FREE WITH CATALOGUE Herbert J. Rumsey, ScciJ anil Plant Merchant, BOEONIA, BERBER'S CREEK,' N.S.W. ^GRIFFITHS BROS., Tea, Coffee, and Cocoa Merchant, 534 GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY. •QPI>. Town Hall; WE b?g to notify our numerous. customers in Bowrnl a ail district, that we have appointed Mr. S. J. McBaion as »ur traveller in your district'. Our prices and quality defy competition. ' We have arranged that Mr. MoBaron's head-quarters will bo at Bowial. We'guarantee satisfaction and civility, Vy wrilinR or callirig'on Mr. S. J. McBdron,Win fbin ton " Cottage, Boolw'ey-aireet, Bowral. 877 jSlacksmithing and Wk eel wrighting. HOTIOB. EEIW BROS, BEG to inlorm the residents o£ Robertson, Kan . galoon, and sturounding district that they have purchased the General Blacksmith rtnd Wheelwright iiusincps lately carried on by Mr. Nugent at Robert s...

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

Prize Winners At the Bendigo Fire Brigade Competition; ' During our preparation for the Bendigo Fire Bri gade Demonstration we received some-very severe strains, and almost broke down, but by the liberal use of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. whioh was recom mended to us for strains and sprains, we were able to face the starter. ' The result, was wa not only won five first prizes out of seven entries, but also won the agregate prize for the whole of the demonstration. ' Naturally wo are much pleased with Chamber Iain's PainvBalm, and take this opportunity to re commend it to all athletes or those needing a splen did liniment.' (Signed) JOHN T. O'HALLOIIAN, Capt. '' UIOBT. MUHDOCK, Secretary, WAJjTEB JOY, 3rd March, 1901, Baglehawk Fire Brigade, Chamberlain's Pain Balm for sale-by D. Morgan, Bowral. SYDNEY AGENTS FOR THE BOWRAL AND ROBERTSON FREE PRESS,' FILE COPIES OF WHICH MAY "BE SEEN AT THEIR ROOMS, 123 P1TT-ST. TO MEN. Write for free oopy of valuable book about yourselves, your health,...

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

TOMATO CULTURE. [By H. J. Rumsey] . ■There is no fruit that has been improv ed to the extent that the tomato has; from the little "love-apple" of 30 or 40 years ago to the buckeye state or match less tomato of the present day is a big ' step, and most of the intermediate states of the fruit are still in existence, and where plants are allowed to seed them selves year alter year they soon deterior ate and get back to their original form. I know of no plant that responds more to good cultivation and attention than the tomato. In most parts of New South Wales and Queensland there is only a very short period in which the plant will not grow, and in the neighbourhood of Syd ney I have grown them right through the winter, with fruit ready to ripen as soon as the warm weatlier arrived in the spring, but for the best results both in size and flavour the plant requires to be grown quickly in .the warm weather. They may be started from June to August, according to the climate; in hotbeds, col...

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

An umbrella corored with a transparent material has found its way into the Patent Office. The hold-' er is enabled to see where ho is going when he holdB it before his face. The Chinese are making smokeless gunpowder, and all the modern weapons of destruction. They are waking up and making it unhappy for " foreign devils,'' and we'll see what tho Chinese giant is capable of soon. We've been settling Chinese affairs; John may settle some of ours t CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY Nev^r disappoints those wbo use it for obstinate coughs, colds, or irritations of the throat and lungs. For sale by D. Morgan, Bowrnl

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

For the Teat, you drink, For the Bread yon. eat, For the Hat you wear, For the Clothes you put on, Qe can do all of these Equally Well for you,:

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

The income tax of India is ley.ied on all incomes of £33 and upwards. The Camden Cottage HospitaI has now a credit balance of £703 0/6 O'Sullivan's ideal—" Eight hours ; work; eight •hours play; eight hours Bleep; and eight " bob a day." A* company to manufacture flour from sweet potatoes has just begun operations near Vineland, N.J. It has u capital of a million dollars. It ia urged that cash payments to old-age pen sioners should be abolished, and that instead there of thoy should be provided with the neaessaries of life. During the year onding Juno last, the Sydney Meat Preserving Company treated 272 384 sheep and GOl.oattle. Sir John Lackoy is chairman- of direc tors. - Like Kiama, the Berry Council has decided to dis continue its subscription to tho Municipal Associa tion, the aldermen failing to see what benefit is derived from it, . The postal authorities notify that the Common ' wealth Government has approved of tho lato fee on letters posted after the usual time of closing ...

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EXPORT OF HARES AND RABBITS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 August 1901

EX"OIIT OF 1-IAUES AND RABBITS. It is estimated that before the season is ended over 100.000 Iniroi uiul rabbits will have been ox ported from New .South Wales during the year, For the week ondiiq Saturday last 12,000 wero received, of whioh 10,000 were packed for export. The larg est receipts for one day were on Thursday last, when 6000 were roeeived, of which 5500 wero packed for export. Apart from helping to rid the country of a pest, the export of hares and rabbita has the effect ■of giving employment to a great many men, such ua ■ cruppers, eta., ia tho oountry, and graders, packers, and boxmakers in the city. There is also- a very brisk demand for all classes of poultry for South ^AJrioa, and exporters find groat didiuulty in filling orders, .

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W. C. T. U. DIPSOMANIA (continued). A Disgraceful Incident. Coulson Curnahan. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 August 1901

W. C. T. U. DIPSOMANIA (continued). A Disgraceful Incident.—By Coulsron Cur naban. " As soon as I had finished my article, I took it to the editor, and waited while hu read the M.S. He was delighted with it, assuring me that it was bound to •' score ' immensely, ^ud, when I left his office, my brain was—what with want of sleep, whisky, and gratified vanity—in a whirl. My wis est plan would have been to go home nud to bed, but I was engaged to dine at Colonel Fraser's that evening. I hud almost for gotten that he had once ventured to leoture mo, but as, in my excited state of mind, I recalled the circumstances, my vanity took fire afresh, and what was in reality a closed incident, assumed the appearance of a re cent insult. My brain was already inflamed with brandy and egotism; the mora I brooded over the matter the more indignant I became ; at last when I went home to drees for dinner, I had to nerve myself with neat brandy before my hand waa sufficiently steady to for me to Bhave m...

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An Are of Beauty. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 August 1901

An Arc of Beauty. BY A BANKER. With the exception of the brilliant mid gorgeous aurora-borealis, rainbows are per haps amongst the most striking and beautiful objects in the whole wide range of Nature's lavish pageants; but when seen from the summit of a high mountain the Bpectacle is of such infinite and surpassing sublimity and grandeur that those who have had the good fortune to witness a well developed mountain rainbow from the summit of, for instance, the Righti in Switzerland, could never forget the wonder and magnificence of the many hued aerial display, nor the impressive and startling appearance of the gigantic encircling ring. Ascending the peaked mountain on foot, and not by the vandal cogged-railway which now ascends nearly to the summit, the pedestrian threads a serieB of rich sloping meadows bordered with bauks of rare and beautiful wild flowers, many of which are as brilliant as those cultivated in conserva tories in less favoured dimes. Soon the path paiises through ...

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

j^= fVlARSTON'S ALE " ® Boys' Trousers, is. 2d., White Fur Necklets is. 6d, Men's Superior Trousers 8s. 66.—usual price 10s. 6d., Bluchers 2s. lid., Men's Lace up Boots 3s. 3d. and 4s. gd., reduced prices; Men's Shirts 10J, Under pants is. MARSTON'S, Opposite RiGe's Hotel, Bowral, That Night Cough,- » and, as far as that is concerned, any congh or cold, can be relieved and cared by oar TEREBENE COUGH BALSAM. It is an entirely reli able cough balsam, which baa bad an enormous sale daring this winter. It seems to give better satisfac tion than any other like preparation that we can get hold of. If you have a oough or cold, get this rem edy And get well. If you are hoarso it will clear your voice in a few hours. A Tight Cough . . j ia not an easy thing to loosen. It fastens itself on to the bronchial tubes, and reaches for the langg. There is a way to IT OFF ot the system. It's an easy way. Take TEREBENE COUGH BALSAM. This remedy will cure every time. Its curative properties go to the ...

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

^■(JoUm Ferguson,; VIOLIfJTST, VISITS BOWEAL every TUESDAY and FIIIDAY. * For "Terras, <6o., apply Mr. Ebb. Davie, Bong Bongrstrcet, * 276 Royal Hotel,.. RO BERTS ON, The Leading Hotel in Town. Only Beat Brands of Wines and Spirits kept. SUPEBIOB ACCOMMODATION at reasonable rates. Firot-class BILLIARD TABLE. Good Stabling, Grass Paddocks, and Cattle Yards. 555t>. GRAHAM, 7G2 ' Proprietor. The Live Upholsterer. W. STOKES IS still prepared to upliolater your~suite, or couch ■ . or chairs; repair your furniture—polish, &c. i makes Carpets, and deans and lays them" as they should be; repairs tbe ,Eun Bliftdos ; fixes up tlio sawing macbinp ; will re-enne your chairs at less than Sydney prices; makes window 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 ronage. All Orders and Telegrams promptly attended to. Note address: V1CTOKIA STKEET, ' , • BOWItAL. " MR. H. JONES...

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

Football. To-day tho semi-finals in connection with the Berrima-Oamilen Union will bo nlayecl, in which tho following.teams take partMoss Vale and Bow rnl at Mittftgong, and Picton and Mittagong at Bow rnl. Aa tbeso teams arc the main strength of tho Union, tho teams will bo ovenly matched, and opeo: tators should witness interesting matches. Tho following have been elected to battle for Bow ral against Moss ValoMessrs. Riley, Small, Rutherford, Jones, Adcock, Huggett, Ritohings (2), Gomer, Fitzgerald, Forguson, Whatman, Barnes, Noich, and Lees.

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SERVICES TO-MORROW. Church of England. SS. SIMON AND JUDE, BOWRAL. 12th Sunday after Trinity. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 August 1901

SEBVICKS TO-MORltOW. Church of England. HS. RIMON AND .TOllK, li'iWRAI,. 12th Sunday aftor Trinity. Services 11 and 7 , Preacher, tlio llpctor. WINOKCAllllIBBBK. U. Mittagong 11, Uurrawatig 3, Robertson 7 Rev. D. T. Smith. Weslet/an Church. Bowral. Rev. M. Maddern 11 (Sacrament), Mr. W. H.,Tones 7 Mittagong, Mr. J. Gonry 11, Rev. M. Maddern 7 Moss Vale, Kov. A. W. Parton 3 .Balmoral, Rev. K. A. Comer ~ ' itobcrtson, Bev.-F., J. Branch (Sacrament) 2.30 Knngaloon, Rov. F. J. Branch (Saorament) 11 Myra Vale, Layman 3 - Primitive Methodist Church. Bowral, Rev. A. W. Parton 11 and 7 Bundanoon, Supply 11, Mr. V. Podmore f Penrose, Mr. J. Reeve 3 Presbyterian Church. Mittagong 11 Bowral 3.30 and 7 Rev. G. A, Gordon. Roman Catholic Church. Bowral 9, Mittagong 11 Eov. Fr. Sheridan.' Salvation Army. Barracks, Oddfellows' Hall, Bowral, 7 and 11 a.m. 3 and 7 p.m. Ensign Isabel Duffell.

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

Lawn Tennis. A fairly well attended meettng was held at the re sidence of Mrs. A. P. Duprez, an Tuesday overling last, (the chair being occupied by Mr. Ebb Davis), for the purpose of forming a Ldwn Tennis Club. It was decided to form the club and that it be called The Howm! Lawn Tennis Club, and that the oourts in Meirignng Street be leased for ■ a term of eight months. The following oflice-benrors wore apr pointed Patron, Mr. Ben M. Osborne; President, Mr. T. n." Keigwin ; Vicerpresidents, Messrs. 0. W. Marsden and S. Dickinson. [The latter gentleman will aot when in Bowral and has forwarded a dona tion of £1,38.] Treasurer, Mr. Ebb Davis; Socr.> tary, Rev. A. W. Pftrtcn. A committee of six was appointed to act with the officers, and out of. their number a selection committee comprising Miss Amy, Jones, Miss Jessie Duprez, and lie v. Mr. Par ton wore nppoinled. . " A cade of rules was submitted and. adopted. . The subscription foes wete fixed ur follows:— Family, excluding tmle ...

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A 'Possum in the Lamp. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 August 1901

A 'Possum In the Lamp, Considerable amasenjent was caused at the Bow ral School of Arts this week on tho night of the military social when a ring-tailed 'possum got into the lamp suspended from an iron arah frarao over the entrance gate to the institution. The wily liltle croatnro proved himself to ho a hit of an acrohat, and Beemod quite at homo iu tho lamp, although his pleasure was only mom entary. for ouo of the spectators (Mr. W. (Jeorgo) poon lntl liitn out by tho tail, but nil efforts to keep him secure wero fruitless, with tho result that tho 'possum soon escaped soot free "We undor stond this'p i.ssum in l'athor of a religious turn of mind, having resided in the treeo adjoining th'e Wesleyiin paisonago for several months.

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B.Y.M.A. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 August 1901

Tbo annual general meeting of the Bowral Young Men's Association was hold at the ljiili on Thursday evening last, the president, Mr. H. E. Jones, pro aiding. There was a good maittec of members pre sent. The speaial business of the evening was the revision of the rules. Speaking on the suggestion that the age of joining be altered to 17 instead of 16 as at present, Kir. Jonos thought it better to have the young boys at the age of 16 at the Association rather than seo them standing about the streets Brooking cigarettes, making asses of themselves, and insulting passers by.^By coming to the Associatiqn they learn the error of their waye, and in nearly evory instance im prove in their conduct genorally.—It was Anally de cided that tbo age remain at 10, whoieupon the president stated that the boys at that age should now consider that a very great concession had been conferred upon iliora, and he hoped that they would always behave themselves respectfully, and uphold its integrity when a...

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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 August 1901

NOTES AND COMMENTS. Lord Salisbury's government, having ru-died in where angels fear to trcn.l, has discovered that it is hotter to drop the altering of tho King's docl irution liko a hot potnio. Tho wording is undoubtedly strong because it ia meant to bo bo. but hunl words break no bones. The wordings indulged in by the bishops of tho aggrieved Church of Itomo aro very much stronger, and l'rotestunts mind them not. What is sauce for Iho goose is good nlsn for tho gander ; so if the King's declaration he altered, let the party at the same time wipe out all their thump ing declarations, llow nice it would bo to start again with a clean slale! *** Tho world is wiser einoo tho Boer war broke out. 62,000 burghers havo mot a quarter of a million British, and over 30,000 lives liavo boon lost by bul let and diseasp. £200,000,000 of treasure has been spent, nnd John Bull's light to o finish Jiob taken a long time finishing. Smokolosa powder, liiAgazitio rifles, and great range has altered ...

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