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

CIlAMBURIjA.-IK'S COUGri rtRMTO,?' Never disrvppyinis threa w'oo »-w it for obstinate coiijjliM.-.B'il-is. <>r. irrilitirjns of thc throat nnd lungs. 1'or sale by D, M .-njuti, Ijjwijil

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

The protest. A. meeting, was to have been held last night (Friday) tit the Grand Hotel in con- , nection with tlje Eei rima Cftraderi Football ' Uuipa in order to decide a protest which had, been lodged by Moss Vale ngainst Bow ral for allowing Mr. Thep. Small to fnlce part in the aemi-.fin^l seeing that he had re moved from, tb.e district. The protest in our opinion is uuteunble, as onr readers will remember that at the last meeting the chairman ^Mr. G. Alien) gave it as a dis tinct ruling that the member in question could participate. Moss Vale representa tives were present, but absolutely no dis sension was. made. Ii, seeuj.s rather strange tba,t at tbisi stage the Moss Yalisitos bhould adopt such a course, simply because, we. talje it, Bowral was sncoessful in being en tered as one of the competing teams in the final. We consider the ruling of the chair map was perfect!^ legitimate %nd fair,. Small having taken part in the majority of the matches, but unfortunately towards the e...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 31 August 1901

HaVb you TEiED. Rutherford'g malt tyread ?, It is selWigeative, ahd'opntaine great nutriment. Send tor a loaf.*' The British Bull-dog rales the waves, ' ' tfndaonted tar is he, And angi; billows oft bis grave, ' Can't turn him fr'n'm tti» hp;).. ' Thb hankhipn V>f i\ Miilni's life Ho can so well enrture, Whnn coughs ant! colds ure always vife, . With Wooes' Great L'cpperm.int Ouse,

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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War News. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 31 August 1901

War- News. Grqat indignation has been aroused in Britain by the announcement that British soldiers (Australians) were treacherously shot by Boars at (^raapan, near,! Reitz, on Juno 6. It is held in England, that (he murder of the Aus tralians at Graspah was oneolth# worst and sad djeai epipodes of the campaign. Lord Kitchener ha^forwarded sworn evidence to the Boer war-leadjetB, showing that Lieutenant J. Mair and two giiratea, were treacherously shot bj' the Boers. ' I»[ is intended to proclaim that all the members of any commando committing outi;ageB like those of Vlakfontein and Graspari shall bsj. d.eecjed guilty .thereof. The principl^of applying collective responsibility to any f^rea guilty' otoujtragea 'u^on the battlefield ib generallyapproved in Britaiji. " The times " doubts the utility of formally pro claiming what the enemy were aware they must ex-, pect if the war degenerated into murder. Sis Christians have been killed at Kuja in China. "• A. ♦

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 31 August 1901

NOTES AND COMMENTS Tho Council meeting on Thursday qame to an The purport of this'teport'was the expenditure of the GovernfoejH subsidy of£8Q on' necessary I repairs." Alt i^etfe agreed that the worts h\ Question were to be done, but a point at issue; j arosq—#ete they to te 'commenced' "before the | money had been'paid'by t7iq Government into the bank? The' present government',' which J Mr. O'Sullivan is always telling us has taken a lease of power for seVen years, has developed Auph a' stick-fast 'afllieraion "to" all' monies djiie'to municipalities, hospitals, schools of arts and other 'subsidized .Institution^, that one never knows when payment will be. made. If I then c^utiiig. 'its first year O'SulIivaniam has arrived it ah empty treasury, what will the end be when its lease of power is up ? ' • V • The amendment mado to Aid. Rice's motion that the first'paragraph of the report (relating to repairs in Shephord street) be adopted wtm the addition—" and tho works be carried out ...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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SERVICES TO-MORROW Church of England. [?]S. SIMON AND JUDE BOWRAL. 13th Sunday after Trinity. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 31 August 1901

^ERVICKS TQ:MOBU0W! Church of tfriglqnd, Gfl. BIMON* AND JUi/eV BOWHAIj. " latViftundav'after Trinity.' Ejivjnp Services, 1) a.m. with 11.0., 3 p.m. pfjildi'on, and 7 p.m. '' ' preacher, tho Roctor. wisaEOAiintnDEK. "" ' E. Katigalaon 11, Robertson b, Bumming 1 Rev. D. T, Srqith. Wedevan Church. Bowra], Mr. J. Geary 11, Rev. M. Maddcrn 1 Mittagong, Bar. M. Maddein 11,'Mr. C. Crick 7 Moss Vale, Bev. M. Maddcrn ft Balmoral, Rev. K. A. Corner 11 Robertson, ftev. P. J. Branch 2.30 Kangaloon, Rev. F. J. Branch It' Mjr'a Vale, Bev. F. J. Branch 3' Primitive MfithodM. Church. ' Bowral, Mr. K. U. Shouhs lI, Mr. W. Layton 1 Butidanoon,'Rev. A. \V. barton 11 and 7. Penrose, Bev. A. W. I'arton 3 Presbyterian Church. Mittagong l.J Bowral $.30 and 7 Rev. G. A. Gordon, Jtoman Catholic Church. Bowral 9, Bowral 11 Itov. Fa\ Sheridan. Hatyation Army. IJarraokf!, Qddfellows' Hall, Bowral, 7 and 11 a.m. ' 3.and 7 p.m. Ensign Isabel Duff ell.

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Bowral Volunteer Fire Brigade. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 31 August 1901

Boiyr^l Volunteer Fire Brigade. A general Inspection of the above brigade took place at the Firo Station on Monday last, the 26tb instant, by the Fire Brigade Board, which comprised the Mayor (Mr. J. M. Christie) on behalf of thb Ipoal council, and Aid. R. 9. Mackenzie, J.P., on behalf of the Government. At 8 o'olook Bharp the firemen turned put for general drill, which was oarried oat under the super vision of First Lieutenant Hnggett and Seoond Lieutenant MoCa'ty. The orders were reoeived from the eaptaiu (Mr. Moseg Jones), T'iIs drill is rather complicate'), and having new men made it more so. Nevertheless, the firemen succeeded in surprising the Board for the prompt and aprjghtly manner in vyhioh it was oarrioa oat. The Board and flremen were then invited to light refreshments at the Captain's residence, where eaoh and till did splendid jmtico to the good things pro vided, after which The Mayor, on behalf of the Connoil, rose to ad dress the Brigade. He wag yery gratiflod at the...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 31 August 1901

IVitlt Cbamberlnin's Cough Remedy • Yoa ate well prepared. Dou'l waste precious time I and money 5h trying a lot of cotigh cure*. Atthp ! first gign of a cough purchase a boltlo of Chamber j Iniii'R Cough Remedy, which is pleii=<ntf trf the taste | unci cficstive. Onco tried, always used. I .for sale by D. Morgan, Bowral.

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 31 August 1901

JD eeds, nil kinds; fruit trees; shrubs. P best and cheapest in stock-' 40 pack ets, train paid, 10s. lansdonvne & co., .Goulburn. medical. PB. POULDS, L.K.C.P. (Lond)., . (late' of london s.W.) Having purchased . dr. fisher's practice, will after Feb. '21 conduct it at Eastingto'n," ^orriganK-atfcet, a few doora from Dr. Fisher's present reaidance. Eustingtou," Merrigang-stroot. 670 DR. CRAWFORD, Dentist, •A/TAY be consulted at the town ,jyi:; ' jSALIi, 3?owral. Late assistant to Mr. e. C. Bryden of Goulburn. r 6987 J. G. MORRIS & CO., auctioneers AND valuators, Stock and Property Salesmen, Fire and Life InBuranco Agonts, bowral. W. WHITE, FAMILY BUTCHER, Hoddle - St., Robertson. piiDEBS CALLED FOR AND PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO. 760 Royal Hotel,.. —>> ROBERTSON, The Leading Hotel in Town. ; Only Bpst Brands of Wines and Spirits kept. SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION at reasonable Fates. First-class BILLIARD TABLE. Good Stabling, prass Paddopkai ffifd'Oattla Yards. ' v ...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 31 August 1901

OBSERVATIONS. By an Observer. Robertson was extremely fortunate in se curing a new medical practitioner when it did.' To be cat off fr.om medical assistance at such a tircie as thia, when (lie influenza sppiiy.ge fa running i;i.ot throughout almost every homestead in the State, would, be ^ calamity wiich npt town wo.nld w^h fpr. It is sorop, years ne>w sjtjce i&is'tjialady has yisitea,' us with such' severity, but perhaps the experience now gained will assist us to guard against a similar outbreak next whi ter. % * . *. The Old A?e Pension Act seems likely to. become an expensive drain. on the Cun>i of the public exchequer. The aged ' poor througlwut the land b^ve naturally availed themselves of this opportunity of adding a fjew Bl^_illinjg8 to their scanty purse. A|?P'>;. C.ntioins lmvo flowed in, freely from all side's, and the officials have been kept busy attend ing to them. Bowral, Moes Yale, Robert ; sou, and other towns in t^e gowral elector ate have had; tl^...

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FRIDAY, AUGUST 30. "FOR WAYS THAT ARE DARK AND TRICKS THAT ARE VAIN THE HEAT THEN CHINEE IS PECULIAR." ME NO STEAL'UM. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 31 August 1901

FRIDAY, AyG^ST ao, For ways that are dark and tricks that are vain the heathes chinee 13 peculiar," Me no steavum. Before Mr. W. Murray, J.P, Charlie Ooon Sung waa oha*g6d with steal ing a prirae, gold ^iqg, and a one pouud note from a fellow countrymani n^tned John Typ'. •' ' ■ ; '• ; •' " Senior-Coinatafale Gallagher gave evidence to! the effect that be went to the Chinese gardens, Bowral, on 29th inst,, and there asked Charlie if he knew anything qbout the stolen pursa and moaey, to which he gave a decidt-cjly pegatiye reply, adding " me no steal'nm, me no thief." Aaang.-il Was| very obliging 4ft i.Iib'Constable'and without any hesitancy threw open hig, box, distributing its contents on the ground. He then divested himself of boots and socks, at the sarnie tin^e muttering " me no stcal 'flm." Constable Gallagher then began bi^ searob, and soon discovered a pocket inside the front of Charlie's eliirt, which proved to contain the missing articles. The accused was rather opposed to ...

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Bowral Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 31 August 1901

Boivral Police Court. At the Bowral Police Court an Wednes day ftftemoqu last before Messrs E. S. Mackenzie and Stephens, J's.P., B. A. Biasaker wan charged \yith neglect ing to seud one of his children tQ school jihe required number of days. Defendant pleaded guilty, and fined 11 with 4/10 costs of court. Mary Ferguson pleaded guilty to a simi lar offence, and was fined 1/ with 4/10 court poets.' The charge agaiugt Denis McCJroary for neglecting to send two children to school was postponed tjll Saturday (to-day) as the defendant pleaded not guilty and desired to obtain evidence. A charge of aasaqlt was settle^ out of court. ■" ' ;

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ONE UNITED CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 31 August 1901

ONE UNITED CHURCH * In relisious circles considerable interest is being excited in the proposal of the Arch deacon of Grafton (N.S.YV.) to adopt means to unite all Christians in oue united church. Presumedly the Chureli of England.iajj^Jba the basis upon wbich this anion is io"*bo effected. ' In this vast origihtiitit)h we have a unity without uniformity. To all intents and purposes the'Chiirchio'f ^rtglirocl is a free cTinrcfi,-. and'eveiy sbWe'ofbiSiref is la l^e found within its pa)e, aud with a . very trifling alteration all the sects and creeds i^ Australia could enlist- under its banner 'and be at home.- How far the venerable Archdeacon's proposal will be carried 'iuta effect remains ta be seen. Qoo thing will come out of it. It will demonstrate the sinceriiy or other wise of tbe perpetual cry for union, which hug. iiet-n talked and writ ten about flmongsr, ail Ciiristians < Do tlipy intend to carry bui tlitcj nuion ?• Wi-' si.'aH see, -Exchange.

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 31 August 1901

ITEMS OF INTEREST It will bo acen tbat the General list for the Bow raj Electorate is nojy open jto? inspection. See ad vertisement. It will bo Been by advertisement that J. O. Morris Bad Co. will copdnot a sale .on aocoant of John Hodgson, Esq., to-day at 2 o'clock; Is it to be put dowt) tbat kissing one's wife in the street is riotous behavior ? A foreigner was fined in' Sydney the otbqr day for ao doiqg.' ' An advertisement notifies that Board. and Resi dence is wanted 'for December, January, and Febru ary. Fpr farther particulars see advt. Alt. who suffer from weak digestion should eat Rutherford's malt bread, it is highly recommended, 4-sk fo)E cart to call,—? The submarine jjoata being built for the fyitjah Qovernmont will, it'is said, be able fa rise to the surface and instantly div.e to discharge a torpedo. The Government eobsidy of £80 has not been received by the Bowral eonneil. • - Messrs Loveridge and Hudson have offered to gratuitously supply the ^council with chippiiig...

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Bowral Fire Board. SPECIAL MEETING RE FIRE BRIGADE AND FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. DRAFTING A LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 September 1901

Botvral Fire Board. v SPECIAL MEETING re FfRE' BRI GADE WD FRIENDLY , SOCIETIES; DRAFTING A LETTER. A-special full meeting of tl?e Fire Board was.held on the 27th August, 1901, for the purpose of considering the advisability of requesting the Brigade to, reconsider their decision not to take part in the Friendly Societies' demonstration on behalf of ..the funds of the hospital. Present-: Alder wan Mackenzie, Mr. H. E.-Wick-ham, Aid. Christie (Mayor), and Mr. Ebb. Davis (hon. sec).' The Mayor presided. ... After a general discussion it was unani mously resolved to send the following let ter to the Brigade,:— . ?• It is with regret that we he^r the Brigade have decided not to take part in the forthcoming demonstration of. the Friendly Societies. . We are "strongly and unanimously of. the opinion that the Brigade shbbld l'reJ' consider their decision, not only in;the in terests of the Jiqspital, but also in- the in terests of the Brigade itself. " If the sympathy of the public is alien...

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Bowral & Robertson Free Press. Wednesday, September 4, 1901. Local and District Notes. ROBERTSON. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 September 1901

Bowral & Robertson Free Press, Wednesday, September 4, 1901. L,ocal and Hi/strict Notes. By " Carr;?r." | (And from our Correspondents.) ROBERTSON At the Robertson Police Court be fore Messrs. J. H. Neabitt, P.M., B. Tiujibull, and \y. $. Hjncimarsb, jvuiij, j's.P. William Graham, of Robertson, was charged by the police with having on pre mises not authorised by the Act 501b. of blasting powder. The charge *was laid by .Constable Collis, of Robertson, auder the 2$rd 3ejcti.o.n of the Explosives Act. Mr. T. A. F. McCarthy appeared for the defendant, who pleaded guilty to the charge. In mitigation Mr. McCarthy pointed out that the powder had been ordered for a cus tomer, to whom, however, it trnd not been delivered. TJie defendant was fined Is -per lb; for 88!b., being the amount in excess of 121b. which the defendant was legally entitled to hold, and also costs of court. The powder was confiscated. A similar cage against — Todd on ac count of the same powder wae withdrawn. Th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 September 1901

Notice! gjj J| Notice! ; 7 CLOSING OF BUSINESS. [ IHAIO & CO.. desire to state that it is their intention to cjose their Business on Expiration of lease, November i. fAND in order that the Stock be disposed of by that date they are Sacrificing ev.ery. article regardless of cost. *DR APERY at Slaughtering Prices. GROCERY at Reduced Prices. ^IRONMONGERY at Clearing Prices, •GLASSWARE & FANCY GOODS at Bargain Prices. Any Lines sold cannot lie replaced as this is CLEARING QUT SALE, ft will be tp your Advantage to seftcj in'your Order Early. MOTE THE ADDRESS H ft I © ^ND — "' CASH TIUSBSS, tGLENMORE HOUSE, BOWRAL, WANT A SYRINGE 7 Of course every well-regulated house hold wantsone. But there are syringes and syringes, those that do.ij't work and those that do. If you want the first we haven't them; if you want the last, the kind that work, and work well, and always work; w,e have them from 2/6 up to gj-. aOOBS TlJE make a special fea.tu.pe, and hay,e ppnstantly on hand go...

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DREYFUS ON HIS CAPTIVITY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 September 1901

DREYFUS ON HIS CAPTIVITY. In the moving narrative of bis wronga PaytainT>reyfus simply records the emo tiona of an iqnooent map, overwhelmed by an aooUsation which be cannot refute, for be does not even comprehend it, From the 3at? of big conviction in 1694 until be re turned to France in tbe stitqmer of 1899, he bad not the slightest idea of the trae origin of bis misfortune, or of tha great political drama that unfolded itself toan astonished wqrld. All be kqew was that bo had been oondemned for treason on a piece of hand-writing that was not bis, whea the truth broke apon him that he was . to suffer for. the; crime of another, of a villain who was wrapped in impenetrable mistery, the first horror threatened both his reason and bis life. He was saved by bis de voted helpmate. " You are strong in your innocence," wrotpMme- Dreyfus; " imagine that it ia some other man than yourself who {s being dishonored; accept the unmerited punishmenti do it for me, for the wife who loves you....

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TO A POINTER DOG. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 September 1901

To a Pointer Dog. Gauntest qf canines, frowning of face : Built of all "muBcle, model*of grace ; Loves tint thy master more than the gun, Made for endurance, lives but to run— Lives but to run—to ruu and to seek, Anon, o'er great logs, now, jumping a creck:; Soon to he standing with straight nose and tail, Informing your master—hare or a quail. Standing thus, waiting with motionless figure, Waiting your master with the ready triggor. - Obedient dog at given word, Soon from the bushes the game hath stirred. Truly thou art with thy (frowning faco, A sleek.built dog an essance of grace.

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ANOTHER STONE-THROWING MYSTERY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 September 1901

ANOTHER STQ^TItftOWING MYSTEBY. Manilla, Friday. — Mysterious tapping was beard on the outer slab wall of Mr. Andrew Miobie's house, at Glenbarra, near Manilla, one night last week, and a party consisting of Messrs, Michie, S.. Hartley, and W. Hetherington assembled to await a repetition of the noises. It appears that for some time past tbe boas? h$s been bombarded with stones every night, and despite careful and dili gent watcb, tbe aatbor of the stone-throw ing was not found. Hartley and Hether ington, wbo are marsupial shooters, struck camp last week near tbe bouse, and Mr. Miobia sought their, help to unravel the mystery,. Tbe noises were again repeated the fol lowing night, and although the alert watobers simultaneously rusbed from sever al doors tbey could not discover anything. The bouse, which.is; situated on a grassy plain .in a lonely spot,' fronted . by a small water-course fringed with clustering oak trees, is being disfigured by. the stones, some of which are of an unus...

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