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

Death. Ono hv nnn tho nMcsl rpsidnntN of tills '"istrict are lieiTiur onllpd away by death, ami it tion- fall« l.n <>ur tot to record in I hi- issnu t.lic dentil of Mra. Maiy Ann Ncliofic'd (rclii:t of the lain Mr. Kli SchofioIJ). The d(owed hid.. !i-,d bipn uiliiiR for tiio past six years wiih Wnrf. troubles, but ilio iimiMilintu o.iusc of death was inlluenxa imd bronchitis, which, nftor about ninn fiftysn([\'. inir, c.liii'ni! I its victim nt lin f? list Ion o i We lncpdiiy uvei.'ing lust, lit tlio ago of 63 years. All i» htimm p-nver wa* done to stay tho hand of deilh, but ilio curefitl nursing- b.v her daughter*, gioatly assisted by Mrs. Stanley How ard, rind ilio skilful medical attendance of Dr. A. S. Valluck, tojra of no avail. Her time hud oomo and tlio call wns unshrinkingly oboyed. Tlio decoased w .h bom in tboyonr 1832, and was a native of Mit tagonif, whore alio rosidod till 1864, but in 1855 was m iriied at Bong Hontr. The late Mrs. Sohofleld, with her hus...

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

A movement is on foot to start a Sohool o£ Arts at Burragorang. The Health Reports Show a greatly increased death rate from throat and lung troubles, due to the prevalence of Croup, Pneu monia and influenza. Wo advise (ha use of Cham berlain's Cough Remedy in all these difficulties. It is the only harmless temedy that gives immediate relief. Children like it. -For sals by D.Morgan, ]}owral.

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

With Clsaisilicrlaiii's Cough Remedy Tou are well prepared. Don't waste precious time and money in trying a lot of cough cures. At tlio first sign of a cough purchase a hottle of Chamber lain's CoukIi K"ineclv, which is pleasant to the taste anil rffficiivp. Once vrieil, always UBed. ! For salu by D, Morgan, liowral.

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

JFoofclbalS TUsiaona Meeting. A meeting of the Berriraa-Onmden Dis trict Rugby Football Union was held at tho Grand Hotel, Bowral on Wednesday evening Inst, when the following delegates and committeemen attended despite, the heavy rain :— Bowral : Messrs M. Jones, G, Adcock, W. Sonthdll and G. Marks. Mittagong : Messrs T. Hill, J. Ryan, E. Rutlan'l, and A. Lippiatt. Piclon : E. Burgega and G. Butter. Mosa Vale : A. E. Elliott, J. Casey, E. j Johnson, J. Plant, 0. 0. McGarry, (hon. sec.), and S. Wbyte (hon. treas.) Mr. G. Allen (vice-president) occupied; I ho chair. v ; Minutes of spsbial moating held on July 6 were read and confirmed. Correspondence was received from Myra Yale Club, dated 12th Aug., stating that , a motion was to be linved at the next general meeting disqualifying Pio.ton-Tliirlmei'o Club from taking part in any more, of tliia season's matches on tho grounds that. sa^is factory reason was not jjiven for foi'feitj'u^a match. vi: Mr. B'urgsas, from Picton, staled llia...

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

RETURN THANKS. THE family of the late MRS. SCHOFIELD, of Bowral, beg to tender their SINCERE THANKS to the many kind friends for letters, cards, floral tributes and expressions of sympathy during their recent sad bereavement. 911

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 28 August 1901

CHAMBEULAIN'S COUGH REMEDY Never disappoints those who ose it for obstinate aoughs, oolds, or irritations of the throat aod longs. For sale by Di Morgan* Bowral Anctiou Sales. FURNITURE and EFFECTS, VEHICLES, ETC. SATURDAY NEXT, AUG. 31, AT 2 O'CLOCK SH.VItP. J. G. MORRIS & CO. HAVE received instructions Iron) JOHN' HODGSON, Esq., to noil by auction at hitf residence " Brooklyn," east Bowfaly on1 above date' FURNITURE, Sscr., comprising 3 Seven-drawer Cheats Drawers, 3 Four-drawer' Chests Drawers, 3 4 j-fect Half Tester BedsteadS and Bedding, j'-Tester Cot 5 x 2J, Single Half'' Tester Bedsteads, Dining Tables, Superior Hall Linoleum,- Floor Coverings, Chairs, Pictures, 2 Chair liedsteadB, Wash Stands and Ware, Toilet' Tables, 2' Pine Safes, 2 Kitchen- Dressers. Lot Books, Preserving Jars, Crockery and Glass Ware, Kitchen Table C x> 3, No. 7 Dover Stove, Spring Mangle, Kitohan UtenBils,- and1 numerous sun dries. — AfcSO — 7 Turkeys in prime condition; Quantity oF heavy Cha...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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A Public Holiday. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 28 August 1901

A Public Holiday# Tbe Mayor of Bowral (AW. J. ChnV . 11&) is in JOoeipt of tbo following wiro> wbicb b# cotnfteously banded lc» tw fctf Jisatifin • h Proclamation poblisljecj it) fhitf Jay's5 supplementary Gazette# appointing Wed nesday, 4th September, 1001, a public hol iday in tbe electoral district of Bowral.— Critohett Walker, Principal Under Sec retary." ' •

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Original Poetry. MORNING SCENES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 28 August 1901

Original Poetry* MORNING' SCENES. Hark, the birds are now awaking, Golden clouds soon sail on high ; On the Gib the miBts are breaking f Bowral's pines with breezes sigh With the dewey morning's breath, See the Gib mists curl and wreath : Anon, among the tree tops high, ' By the leaflets gently kiss'd, Soon the gray rocks so gruesome lie Like qaunt ghost in phrondp of mist; But the stin's clear gentle light Soon the miets have put to flight. 'Ihen the flowers thd son goon feeling, Open ont their heads so gay, While the dew to mosses clinging, . Scintillates with every ray. While in shady bower they rest, Tomtits twitter, and they nest. Magpie's clarion notes are heard, - Eohoea answer in the vale, / Above, the trees are gently stirr'd . By the balmy summer gale, While to eouth, the Bong Bong shows Thro' tile tree cups as it flows. Down in Bowral, lone and .solemn, ■ Piercing the blue dome of air, Spiral springs a smoky column, A herald ol daily care. Such is morning on tho Gib, That...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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United Friendly Societies' Demodstration. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 28 August 1901

United Friendly Societies' Demodslrafron. A moating of tlie general committee was held at Mr. Farrow's residence on Monday evening,- Present r Messrs- J. A-, Moses (chair)', J. Ryan, J. Benvan, Wf. Swell, J. J. McDonald, T. Sv Piggott, W. W. Smith, W. Boer, H. Schofield, T. Cope, F. Ber man, A. Bender, G. Marks, R. Lo3oby, and W. R. Farrow (gen. sec.) Correspondence.) From hon. sec.' Cottage Hospital onrdially extendiug the patronage of the committee to the demonstration. £rom Capt. R. McEvilly stating that the West Camdeu Half Squadrou would wil lingly take part at the sports. From the boo. sec., statiug that the B->w ral Fire Brigade bad' decided- m>fc to< take part in the demonstration this year.—The committee expressed regret at this decision, seeing the demonstration was to be held in aid of the hospital, From Principal Under-Secretary stating that 7th October would be gazetted a public holiday providing the mayors of the district did not object.—Secretary stat...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Chess and Draughts. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 28 August 1901

Chess and Draughts, A Bowral and District Chess and Drangbts Club has beerf formed with » good membership* The Club meets at the School of Arts every Thursday even* ing at 8 p.m. Officers have been choSfitf as follows:—President, Rev. E.S. Wilfo'ti son;Vice-president,Mr,Jos Stokes; Treas urer, Mr. K. Davidson ; Chess Secretary, Mr. C. W. Slack; Draughts" Secretary, Mr. W. Murray. These,, together with Messrs. S. Russel and H. G. Fraserr form an executive Committee for the Ciubv The Chess Section is completely organ ised, and commenced a tourney last Thursday for prizes given by Rev. E. S. Wilkinson and Mr. H. G. Fraser. We will give the results, week by week in our columns, commencing next Saturday. The draughts players will hold a special meeting next Thursday at School of Arts, at 7.30 p.m., to determine' whether they will join clubs as constituted, or form a Bowral Club only. Ii- they join the pres ent club a tourney will be immediately commenced with centres at Bowral, Rob erton...

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THE PROPOSED NEW PASSENGER STATION AT REDFERN. Magnificent Boulevards. — Starving Producers. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 28 August 1901

THE: PROPOSED- NEW PASSES**-. GE'.R STATION AT REDFERN. Magnificent Boulevards.. — Starving^ Producers., Judging by the.talk ofthe Minister for :Works of New South Wales, •' Australia facing the dawn " will riot be in it as a monument to his. folly compared" wirb the- s new railway station (says the Australian ' Meat Trades Journal^. Will the hon. Minister indicateWithin a few hundreds of thotisaiidB-.ofrponnds what.it will cost to. ; purchase the land and generally carry out his idea ? We say " idea," as it will • surely remain an idea unless commpn. sense has deserted New South Wales., . ; ' "Granted that riiore accommodatibn is required to work the present Redfern sta tion safely and conveniently, why not: ; make the City Railway, for both passen gers and goods, right down. to. Circular Quay at once, and so relieve the heavy passenger train on; Redfern ?... This, sta tion, relieved of the training andde-train ing of, say, half its passengers,^ would probably then he found nearly ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 28 August 1901

! Tea!! WE always have on. hand new shipments of specially prepared Ceylon, Indian, and China Teas to suit our customers. We also |ceep"lhp best Coffoe, Cocoa, and Essence of Coffee. If you have not tried our Tea, send for sample, free on application. Wo have the Flavoring Tea in lib,, 21b,- and 51b. boxes. Price—5/ per lb. T. B. Punwoodie, (No Agunt,Erijployed )' 645 George-street, Sydney. Monumental Mason, BO>yitAL. 8241 PRESTON'S I "PRINCESS" CREAM { SEPARATORS I > I Are tlie Best, .AJLjIj sizes., Hakd and Steam Power. DUPLEX LANCET PROBES For making hard cows easy to milk. All Dairy Requisites. Write for particulars to W.A.PHESTGN&Ca 343 Sussex Street, S-JTrJISTETT. P.D. CORSETS P.P. THE STANDARD HIGH-GLASS CORSET IN the trade throughout THE WORLD. Avoid Inferior imitation*, and s«e that «ach pair bear* this Trada Mark on band Inside. OBTAINABLE FROM ALL BP.APERS EVERYWHERE, 8ole Agents for Australia— FLINDERS lane, melbourne. DnnenflRCC o Pn ANDERS lane, melbc fsy...

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Wedding. HALL — HOPSON. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 28 August 1901

Wedding. HALL — HOPSON, William Jamo«, eldest son of William Frederick and Carol I n o Mull, of Greenwich, .^or$li..Bydney,...Jiq,;. Alice. Ro*ina, youngest Of the lute W. Hopsoii, of B iwnii, celebrated their wedding at Dowral oir the l'lth ins;fiut, at St. JudeV Church, of En»lrtnd, the officiating cieigymau being the Rector, the Bev. Stanley Wilkiil^ofr. The bride wha watf given uwny by her btfntberj Mr. ft. Hopson, was iSressed m Lavender trimmed with white ■ftntiu applioeaux and pearls, wiih hat to jiiatch. The brideaniaida were Miss Nf. Hall (sister to the bridegroom), and Miss A. Campbell* of Alexandria the former Demi; dressed in pnle green, trimmed with white satin, guipure lace, with white aillc hat, and the latter grey trimmed with white silk arci# gtfipure latfe, with black and white hat. Mr. J. Weeks acted as best man. The bouquets were very pretty, and were of snowdrops and camelia, the gifts of the bridegroom. After the ceremony, the party left by the midday train for...

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"FITZ'S MATE." THE SENIOR MESSENGER'S YARN. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 28 August 1901

V FITZ'S MATE."' The Senior Messenger's, Yarn. Can't see 'iin now, sir. Very busy, $ir, all the mornin.' Better call again." " But you spun ine that yarn yesterday, and the day before 1 When can I see him I" " Can't say, sir. There's two mem bers " in with 'im now, sir. And when they come o.ut, there's a big deputation as'll keep 'im till lunch. O.' course you can wait and take your charnce, sir ; only don't blame me if you don't see 'im. I don't want to dissapoint you, sir, but there's no. 'arm in waitin', if you like to." Garrulous old Fitz shut himself up in his glass ckse with the morning paper, and I sat for awhile in tlie waiting rooni. I soon grew restless, and took a turn up and down the passage. Fitz watched me, You don't seem used to. waiting sir," he remarked. " 1 find it monotonous," I replied. ■ " I don't know bo,w you fellows, stand, it day after day." " Lor' bless you, sir, it's second nature, I'm used, to it—been 'ere these twenty odd years. I; gel; no, time to. feel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 28 August 1901

Great Clearing Sale of Drapery, Great Clearing Sale of Drapery. Great Clearing Sale of Drapery. ALL GOODS/?ik A RARE CHANCE Marked below Cost Price. . »\ For Intending Purchasers,' As it is well-known that a Duty of 20 Per Cent, is going on the New Tariff on Alj Drapery, This is a Genuine N& Clearing-Out Sale, MRS. S. A. JONES, BONG BONG STREET, BOWRAL. A Few Reasons . . . WH Y ^ - . You should ALWAYS deal ^11 CHRISTIE'S. You will find tlie largest asssortment of General Drapery, Clothing, and Mercery in the District to select from, and will .really get BETTER VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY tli&n AT ANY OTHER. STORE. You cannot, ofo wrong1 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 Suit3, Men's Suits, Hats, Shirts, & Sox marked at wholesale cost to clear...

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Inquest on a Child. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 28 August 1901

Inquest on a Child. Mr. A. D. Bndgery, J.P., district coroner, held an inquest at the Cottage Hospital, Bowral, touohing the death by burning of Anna Ohiistesen, two yean of age, second youngest daughter of Audrew Christesen, of Hill Top. Jury: Messrs. W. Stokes (foreman), Wm. Beer, W. G. Small, T. W. Garrad, B. Moule, P. G. So we) I, J. E. Neich, J. 0. Webster, and E. S. Brazier. Andrew Christesen deposed: I am s wood carter, and reside at Hill Top r de ceased was my daughter, and xf&s two years of age on the 7th of August instant; about 11 a.m. on 23rd instant I returned from the ,bush and made a fire outside my house to heat A horseshoe; I then went into the house to havfr a cop of tea ; deceased was then playing oirtbe verandah ; about three minutes afterwards I heard screams; I rushed out, and met deceased at the corner of the house ; I saw that her clothes were on fire ; I rolled her up in a blanket at once and extinguished the fire ; I to>k her in my armsr and carr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 28 August 1901

Bcjysi* Trousers, is. ad., Mfhite Fur- Necklets is. 6d, Men's Superior Trousers §s. 6d.—usual pric^ ios. $d., Bluchers, as.. udMi Men's Lape ^ip Boots 3s. 3d. and 4s. $d., reduced prices ; Men's, Shirts 19&, Under pants. i§. MARSTQN'S, Opposite Rice's, Hotel, Bowral, For the Tea yau &xinJk* For th§ Br§&<J you eat^ For the Hat yau wear* For the Clothes; yau put cm% , ; , TRY ■ ■ y D. Rutherford, He cau 4a all of toft Equally Well: for you. 1 ..it v'xc- • - IF YOU WANT The Best Value in Musical Instruments, you cannot do better than write to - - PALING'S for their illustrated Catalogue, of PIANOS, ORGANS, and all MUSICAL IN STRUMENTS. - - All Catalogues are FREE, and fully illus trated. Easy Terms if you wish. PALING'S Sole Agents fol1 Steinway, Brinsmead, Lipp, Feurich, Ecke, Uebel, Victor, Belling*. Gors and Kallmann, and Estey Organs, - - Violins, Cermets, Flutes, Banjos/Fifes, Guitars, Mandolins, Mouth Organs, Drums, Accordeons, Concer tinas, in ...

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FARM and GARDEN A LESSON OF THE DROUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 28 August 1901

FJif and GAPE]! A LESSON OF THE DROUGHT. The drought has led a practical farmer of the Robertson district of Victoria to pen the following suggestions How best to avert losses in future might be submitted in the following points for consideration:—Cutting and binding part of the crop for thrashing or heading. Having practiced this method for a num ber of years he could speak from expert ience, and would recommend it. The crop should be cut ten or twelve days be fore ripe, and be headed. Another great advantage of this plan was we escape a lot of risk of damage by storms and hot ' winds. If no header is available, cut the heads off and run them throught the drum of the stripper. This is preferable to heading if fed loose to cattle; but for chaffing the header is best. The straw should be stacked at once, and can be greatly improved by sprinkling a little . water and salt on each layer,. The straw .will then be of use for fodder, and if not required for the next season can be kept goo...

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MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 28 August 1901

MITTAGONC. On Friday afternoon Mr. Godfrey (just prior lo his departure from the district) was presented with a massive marble clock by' Miss May Owen on Behalf of the teachers and! scholats of the Superior Pnblic School. Avery appropriate address was read by Master Beginald Smith. MfisSf Jeamiie Middleton presented iSlrs. Godfrey with an electro-plated fruit dish, while the Misses Godfrey (2) were presented with work bask ets by Miss Mabel Austin.' Mr. "Godfrey" , expressed surprise at the presentation, but thanked the scholars accordingly for their gratitude which would always be remem bered. l1he chairman (Aid. Mealing, Mayor) spoke in high terms of Mr. Godfrey as a townsman. The singing of " Auld Lang Syne and an abundance of cheering termin ated the proceedings, On the evening of Friday last a very pleasant social evening was spent in the Presbyterian Church; presided over by the Bev. G. A. Gordon. A musical programme was submitted^ but the principal business of thd evening cot...

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HOME MADE FRUIT CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 28 August 1901

HOME MADE FRUIT CASES. Season after season fruit growers will pay metropolitan manufacturers high prices I for cases, have them carried the length of the state over the railway, and then pay freight on the same article back to the [ seaboard. There is not an orchardist who is unable to make his own cases, and if he means to secure the utmost profit, he must malte the manufacture of fruit cases a branch of his-home work. Grow ers in the Huon Valley and other leading fruit centres of Southern Tasmania pur chase sawn lengths of timber and make their own cases. At one centre, sawn lengths are stocked. during, the winter months, the pieces for the case sides when leaving the saw mill being one inch wider than the required measurement for such sections. This timber is allowed to lie for several months and become season ed, the extra inch in the meantime shrink ing back to about the correct width. Care is taken, however, to secure the exact size by passing all the seasoned case sides over ...

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