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MOSS VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 31 August 1901

MOSS VALE It is with deep regret wo Shrotiicle the dealt* of. Mrs. Tilley, an' old atid reapectedreaid'eh't of'' Mobs Vale, whioh sad event took place on Sunday last.' '.fhe deceased had been ailing for about nine; weeks wherT she passed away, leaving three sons ancf six daughters t'o mourn her toss. She was 00 years of hge, and had been'a resident of the oolpny lpif."62 years, ahd.'of this "district for aver ' a iumrter" of a century'." The funeral took place on liiesday, imd was largely attended^'' The HeviD. W. Weir'offioio ted at the grieve. ' ' " l?he Football Match between the local, teaus. QQtl ^pWr&l/plaYeU'at MiU'agbh{?6riSlituniriy last,' has' crea'tocl quite a sensation in our township. The fa'ot of being beaten by one point is very disheart ening, and our men are showing it by protesting against.Small (n smart little liowral player) on the ground that, he is a " viaitoi'./.'- £ Opr boys are certain they are poinR to win "tlie protept above referred to, but say if...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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The Reign of Chaos. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 31 August 1901

The Reign of Chaos. BY A BANKER. Looking backwards, down the long and indistinct vista of the past, right on to that dim and remote era, long ere the dawn of terrestrial form and beauty, which sa%v the birth of time, and the beginning of ail things earth! y, we see thisglobe of ours as a vast, seething, semi-molten body in space; its bulk mostly formed of partially liquified rocks and metals in a state of violent agitation, and surrounded with a dense and heavy gaseous envelope, whicli totally obscured the light of the parent luminary, and caused utter and cimmerian darkness to reign over the void. As the Jong ages roll on, arid'the outer surface gradually cools down, the plutonic vapours by degrees become more and more attenuated, until at length the influence of the sun's rays becomes apparent, and, with the diurpal revolution of the eartH, die alternations of light and darkness commence; though the image of. the sun itself is not yet discernible through the mists that is not to b...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 31 August 1901

GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR AUGUST. Bjr A. Landsdowme, Goulburn. The very sovero winter has stopped growth, bat during August there should be a Iittlo improvement. Many crops should bo got in a£ once. As potatoes will bo very dear, it will pay to put in a low early, and cover thorn from frosts. Further sovero weather may be expeoted, oold winds, frost, snow, and rain. (Jet all hoavy work over, and give plenty of manuro to all crops and fruit bearing trees, and let all land be brokon up deoply to enable it to re tain moisture. Kitchen Garden. — Sow parsnips, carrots, beet, onions, aabbagc, peas, broad beans, lettuce, raddtsh, leek, &6. Some turnips may bo tried. Plant out asparagus and rhubarb roots and dress beds. To matoes may bo sown in boxes. Field.—Sow peas, onionB, cabbage, early potatoes, grass seeds, mangels, and prepare land for swedes, ifco. [ Orchard.—Finish pruning, planting young trees, draining, trenching, and manuring. Bo careful to plant young olean healthy ...

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LOCAL METHODIST UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 31 August 1901

LOCAL METHODIST UNION. ' I In the Bowral VVesleyan School-room on Wed nesday afternoon a united quarterly ' meeting Was held with a view to the recommendation, of a'suitable scheme of working the Bowral circuit under' the term*'of Miethodis't pwoiiin the'year $G&: at the mee'ting wete :'R,eva?'A. Vy/Parton and K. A. Cprne^'ahd Atetdrs. ty. Alcorn, H. B, WickKam,' A. Stephens, 0. Crick, T. Cope, W.'tt. Jones, Jas. Geary, J. Horton, with Her. M. Madderu as'chairmnn, and Rev. Mr. Partoii, secretary, The"plan of^ociU union' as adopted • and' confirmed bf' the' rospectitfe' (jiiarteriy' meetings of Ijeptetnber, 1901, was considered, 'and' much discussion '■followed.,in dealing with the suggestion Contained therein;' recommendation was finally unanimously carried that the uniting circuit of Bowral he worked with one rt'ilfriud miniator \VitU a view of relieying if\e'trU|at liabilities. *' ' " ' .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 31 August 1901

Great Clearing Sale of Drapery. Great Clearing Sale of Drapery. (Jreat Clearing Sale of Drapery. ALL GOODS /?K A RARE CHANCE Marked below Cost Price. For .Intending Purchasers, As it is well-kqown that a Duty of .20 Pep Cent, is going on -the New Tariff on A!) Drapery. This is a Genuine > Clearing-Out Sale. MRS. $■ A* BONG BONG STREET, BOWBAL. A Few Keasons W H Y You should ALWA Y8 deal AT CHRISTIE'S Ypu wilj fincl ;tlxe largest assortment .of General VDrapery, Clothing, and Mercery in tlie District to select from, and will really get BETTER VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY than AT ANY OTHER STORE. - You cannot «o wronsf in makjngyour gelectjon, as none but RELI ABLE ARID SERVICEABLE GOODS five kept in stock. : We keep the stock well assorted and up-to-date by constantly purchasing our goods in small quantities.: WE ARE-N:pW'SHOWING AS SPECIAL BARGAINS'a; few ' Boys' Suits, Knacker Suits, Men's Suits, Halts, Shirts, St Sox marked at wholesale cost to clear them out, and make room for NEW. GO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 31 August 1901

" It's a Weli<-Assorted. Matqh,"- ig. the exclamation of every loyal Englishman in spejiking of tlie recent marriage of Fiince G.norge of \Yales aod Princess May. That tlie\n|3px pnir will be spared to rule over our cou(nU;y wifely And well, and enjoy tbe blessing o£ good, Ilealtb, is a prayer that.will find an echo, U) many hearts. Hollo,stay's Pi I la and Ointment b,ave been the means of prolonging thousands of people in all parts of tbe world, ond now they are looked upon as the most reliable family medicines. In cases of dysentery, diarrhoea, sick headache, fever, indigestion and liver complaint" tliey are unapproachable by any kn.-'V/n remedy Tliey are sold by all chemists and medicine yaudora.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 31 August 1901

Auction Sales. " """ I'URXITIIKK, ETC. fji(§ gAY, AT 2 O'CLOCK, •t. e, morris & e®, Y1T1L,L nelt by Auction on acoount of JQUil >V Hodgson. Esq.. household fuMC tube and EFFECl'S, VEHICLES, JMPLE JfENTS, GALVANISED iron, Etc. 917 TIT ANTED,, board AND RESIDENCE foil ' V December, January, and February, for Lady agd Gentleman, 2 children under C, nurue and baby.. Garden nocessary. No other boarders. State in-' elusive terms to B.C., Post Office, Longuevillo, Syd ney. " " '•v * 919, Mil. W. N. WILLIS, M.L.A., has commenced business at 25 Bligh-atroet, Sydney, as land, FINANCIAL, and MINING agent. Few linen iiavo had a more varied and practical' espcr icnc'o in these matters tlmn lie.' His clients' cases should 1)6 very safe in his hands.—a.i. FOE SALE OR TO LET, CONVENIENT RIUCK COTTAGE, lately, occupied by Mrs. 'iiyJer. Full particulars on' application to MHS, DUPREZ, " Richmond C"t-^ tiige,1' Bowral. 871 N OTIC E NORMAN, Butqher, will oppn the prom:. , ieeslately occupied...

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Death of Mr. Sheridan. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 31 August 1901

Heath of Mr. Shevldau, Mr. George Sheridan, a well-known and respected resident of Collector, died suddenly at his residence on Frfday even ! ' " . ' At an inquest held on Saturday afternoon William Sheridan, brother o£ the deceased, said that he was present when, his b^othei; died; it was. about half past eight in tlie evening; he was vomit ing a,t times through the evening, anjA ate no. tea ; he told witness^ fye felt first-rate, in the. morning, aijjd wa^a well up to. 2, o'clock in the afternoon ; in the evening he was lying. 0$ the sofa and said he felt easier, bu^ he. again complained, of a pain, in his. stomach; h&pa,used'as lie.told witness a,s if-to get his breath; lie then gave a sta^t and a gasp, and his wife got hold, of-him.. witness raised him i^p. and tried to give' hi.m some Spirits, but he did not appear to shallow any, and gave aij.otbei;. gasp, and appeared to; die, ;-he did not speak or move again; deceased was 50 years of age, and a native of Collector; h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 31 August 1901

THIS KISSING CURE. The Bev. George Tompkins, Christian Science | Healer, ig being sued fay .Miss Kate McCulIoch, of Woorheesville, for the return of 4000'I oh, paid to him for professional services. She Bays the treat ment consisted in part of kissing her, but that she is still deaf and still suffering from asthma. . Tho defendant says that tbure was only one kiss, al though the treatment lasted over four months, and that the plaintiff admitted that after the kiss Bhe »' experienced a peaceful, restful feeling." He still maintains that the scientific kissing did tlje palipnt good.—" Daily Star," Montreal. , CHARGE AGAINST AN ML.A. Wife Maistexanoe. At the Water Police Court last Friday afternoon, before Mr. Smithers, S.M., Kiebord Sleath, de scribsd as being 38 years of age, a miner and M.L.A. born in Scotland, and a Presbyterian by religion, was charged by warrant with disobeying a summons calling upon him to answer a charge of having, during the two weeks proceeding August 18 last...

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Bright Bits. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 31 August 1901

Bright Bits. ? I You often hear a woman say, " It's no ubo talking," but she doesn't think so, all the same. Pinnions : You can't judge a man by the clothes he wears." Oynnicua: " But you can by those bie wife wears." The Don : And what part did you take in this disgraceful proceeding of holding Mr. Waters under the pump? Undergrad (modestly: His left leg, sir. Teacher : What is a kiss ?" Johnny: "I can't exactly tell yer teacher, but I can show yer if yer. really want's ter know." Mr. Brown : " Good morning, Mr. Jones; how's your wife ?" Mr. Jouea (who ig deaf and didn't quite undorstand): "Very blustering and disagree able again this morning." A schoolboy was asked to describe a kit: ten, and wrote:—A kitten is remarkable for rushing like mad at nothing whatever, and stopping before it gets there." " Alias means ' otherwise.' For ex ample, He was tall and she was alias." " Soap is a kind of staff made into nice looking cakes that smell good, but taste awful. Soap-juice always tast...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 31 August 1901

; The Health Keyorts Show a urp.-itlv irvroino'1 rleiilh rate from throat ant) Uinji rrnuhle?, <!iip o the prevalence of Croup, I'neu in >niii tin'l inlj'<»i-z\i Wo tHriss the me of Cham?, lierliiiu'a Cou^ii H-iinedy in all tiieae iliiliiulties. It* i. 110 only liHniiliw-i .jcme.iy (hut givea immediate relief. CiiiMieu liktfit: Fur ;st£lo. by, 1). Morgan, Howrul. At ESASCi C©,»8 Cieam Sag .Sale, every sii*tlcle reclxscecl ses prlee? :

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FARM and DAIRY. AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION IN N. S. WALES. FROM A VICTORIAN STANDPOINT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 31 August 1901

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION ' N. a. WALES. FROM A VIOXOHIAK STANDPOINT. Mr. Dow, the editor of the Melbourne. Leader," was recently in Sydney, and thus desoribes the Hawkesbury College :— " If the butter and meat export trade of New South Wales has suftered from private monopoly domination, the same cannot be said of its agricultural education system of well-managed experimental stations judiciously placed throughout various centres of the State, together with the whole being supplemented by. its grand central agricultural college on the Hawkes bury River, near the town of Richmond. The present writer's previous visit was on the occasion of the college's first start, early in 1891, so that what can be described as the remarkable progress made has /'all resulted withm the comparatively short period often years. New South Wales has wisely: adopted the American system of experimen tal stations, with one central collego, 'and famous as Amorica is in this connection there ie certainly in all ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 31 August 1901

i! Teal! WE always have on hand now shipments of specially prepared Ceylon, Indian, and China Teas to suit our customers. We nlso keep the tosf Coffoo, Cocoa,and Essence ol G'oilee. ., ■ ; - . i . It you have not tried our Tea, Bond for Bample, free on application. . We have the Flavoring Tea in lib,. 21b,. and .'51b. boxes. Price—5/ per lb. (No Agent Employed.) 545 George-street, Sydney. ■ t Monumental JSfason, BOWBAL. 82'!}

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 31 August 1901

THE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY of SYDNEY, Ltd. Capital paid op . . .. . . £1,000,000 Reserve Fund .. .i 1,010,000 BoBervo Liability .. 1,000,000 Total .. .. £3,010,000 DIHEOTOJ18. G. J. COHEN Ksq., Chairman. Hon. n. E.KATER,M.li.O.,Dopnty Chairman.. Hon. HENRY MOSES, M.L.C. Hon. RIO HARD JONES, M.L.C. E. W. KNOX, Esq. QENEIUT. MA^AOEB; " I T. A DIBBS, Esq. AUDITORS* j E. S. CAPE, Esq. . i Tho Hon. P. T. HUMPHERY, M.h.O. < BRANCHES in Now South Waloa and .Queens- J land. ' ' ™ Agencies throughout tho world. Bowral Branch, GAVIN GEORGE, Manager. G. GRAHAM, ! GENERAL STOREKEEPER, and EOBERTSON. Orders called for, and Goods delivered Daily. Highest Caslv Price eiven for .COWHIDES, ^ CALFSKINS, : WALLABY SKINS, OPOSSUM SKINS NATIVE OAT SKINS. 338 . Spring Suitings. Slimmer Suitings. The Practical and Reliable BOWRAL TAILORS HAVE made preparations for the coming season by stocking tils newest and most uprto-dato * jGoods in Nowost Designs 1 Newest Shades! New est Colore 1 ' The...

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WORLD'S NEWS OF THE WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 31 August 1901

WORLD'S NEWSOFTHE WEEK THE WANDERING STAB. . fcord Milner baa arrived at Capetown, ' Japan js ^•orEttnjstng her anny fnd navy. .; MoTianrirv's jorickot team loaves by the Ormah (or Australia. Mr. Steyn pud Commandant do Wet are pear Banutaland. Damage to the extent of £10,000 has ^een caused by forest fires in Russia. . , Lord Salisbury's family, has eight representatives to the British Parliament. Though the strike continues some of the Pitts burg Mills have re-opened. ' Thefe ^re 377,488 carcases at present afloat from Australia for 'Great Britiai). It !b a noteworthy fact that in the State of Utah there is'not one Irish Mormon. The Swiss Cabinet consists of seven members, each of whom draws £480 per annum. Up to the 15th of this month nearly 50,000 crates of rabbits were exported from Sydnpy. Princess Beatrice has given numbors of oonvales cerij Boldiefs trips in }}or yacht Sheila. The damp, ohilly, cloudy qqrfh of Europo is healthier than the dry, warm, auriny south, v In the eb...

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BOX VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 31 August 1901

BOX VALE The parentis of the children attending the 1 above public. School held. a meeting foil j Monday nigL»t last, when ariftngementa were made iu connection with the aununl scbool picnio. Miss Nicholls xvas upppir$ f!$ cgqrejaix 4,u$ V?- treasurer. Tlie following committee was appointed; to: carry out necessary details:—Messrs. Brooker, W. Bauer, W. Mauefield, ,,C. Bauer, W. Emery, S. Amos, and H. Cole, ^t; was decided that the. secretary, write to. tbe Bowi;ai bakera r^/ca^erin§. ^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 31 August 1901

Prompt Relief In all oases of throat and lung troubles-? It you use Chamberlain's Cough ". Remedy. Pleasant to lake—soothing amiliealing in influence. Fftr sale by D; Morgan, llowral r A". V/. BEEIC'S" BiOYGLE ' • .. ; .... ;Kr(:e press,Dfficej A!) Cyclists," Requisites Stocked. Vu'fip Tvres 27/6 p.:r.;>a'ir, ruhes 7/6 ea. Repairs imniediaveiy aitaijtiao '.<v

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Chess and Draughts. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 31 August 1901

Chess and Draughts.: The following are tbe reenlts of tbe tourney up to. Thursday evening, 29tb iuatant:— . Wijia Losses Bev. E> &. Wijkinson ... 0 2 $$ Sj. Russell 0 , 2 H. G. Fraser ■ 2: 0' C..W., Slack 2 1' 6, Smith 1 i Q. C. Slack, y." Carey i l 0 2 E. Jones 0 2 P. Tainsett 1 1-5 S. Smith 2 0 G. Hendrie ... <£ ot lb. yV 6 i : Tfyp draught players, of Bowral Lave de cided; to. join the District Club, and will probably cojumeuce a ' t^rua^cneut | Thursday. ..... ,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 31 August 1901

Boys' Trousers, is. 2d., White Fur Necklets is. 6d, Men's Superior Trousers 8s. 6d.—usual price ios. 6d., Bluchers 2s. nd., Men's Lace |ip Boots 3s. ^d. and 4s. gd., reduced prices ; Men's Shirts io^, Under pants is. MARSTON'S, Opposite Rice's Hotel, Bowral, Fqf the JSrea4 you eat, For the Hat you wear, For the Clothes' yoii put gfiMHM PALING'S GREAT REDUCTION OF PRICES GREAT REDUCTION OF PRICES MUSIC. 4/. Songs and Pieces REDUCED to 1/6 each. 3/. Songs and Pieces REDUCED to 1/3 each. Books, Operas, Tutors, Exercises, Studies, etc. REDUCED IN PRICE-. Having made special arrangements with London and Continental Publishers, we have decided to Reduce the Prices to tlie Pyljjic as above, from this date. W, JEX. PALING c£ CO.. LIMITED, 33^ Gj-eor^e Sydney., jpNE/'iqtli, 1901. Catalogues Post Free on Application.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 31 August 1901

House-Painting, > PAPER-HANGIHG, DECORATING. Picture Frames of every descrip tion made to order. All Workmanship Guaranteed. Shop: 7VlGrrigang gt^ect, (Opposite Milton Houso, Powral). 689 Removed I Removed I W. SOUiHALL Has removed tp MORE COMMODIOUS PRBMI SE8 next to HIIjI* BROS. : Oosoh Building and Horse Shoeing carried out in beat Btyle. THE SANATORIUM GRAND HOTEL, ROBBRTSOST. J. Hamilton, Jain., PpopHetor*. Good Accommodation for Visitors. Every Con venience. Splendid Situation'. Hotel lighted with Acetylene Gas. Bost Brands of Wines and spirits kept, 761 DON'T : When you can get NAVY CANVAS RUGS For yonr Iforscs and Cows. That will keep out DgLWET. vx — i Ebb. Davis, 1TIONER, SELLER, &Cm BOWRAL. SADDLER, STATIONER, BOOKSELLER, &c.. J. FENTON, Burrawang, WISHES to announce to the residents of tba district that ho has taken o«er the BLA.OK* SMITHING- and WHEELW1UG8T BUSINESS rdcently carried on at Mr. Parker's promises, and hopes by strict attention to busines...

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