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A GOLF STANZA. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 September 1901

GOXjF STANZA, (Jr.*? the ball.is o.vei,.~. T''m Ledge jast across the way, Alto/: you've searched an b.our (For that's the fifth one that day), iUany a man has epoken \Vord.s he'd, fain, recall; Whan on the links he's been, searching— After the ball!: jjbe Queon'a arch, which cost the Victor' irn Government £1500, lma no,w been dis ■icsed of ftir a ten-pound note. It waa. 5: acted for the Dike's visit l,ast May. Vati'ick ffftB a true eon ol Erin, always happy and ■. twaysvch.Jy for his j.okc. One day a farmer i£ yj'wsing bim shouted pood humoredly—Bad ;luck yon, Patrick 1" "Good IugI: to you, sir!" waa i'nt's immediate reply ; and may nayther of us be riglif,"

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Accident at Roberton Park. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 September 1901

Accident at Roberton Park. •We'learn with deep regret that a serf-, ,-ous accident befel Mrs. j. Wood of Robsr ,ton Park,on Monday afternoon. It appears that Mr. and Mrs. Wood had driven into •Bowral in their.sulky, On itheir .return home, on reaching the slip rails near their residence, Mr; Wood got out to take down the rails. Mrs. Wood.then proceeded to drive up to the house, when her little children ran out tp meet her. This sud den movement startled .the horse, which bolted, and finally ran over a log, capsiz ing the vchicle, and throwing Mrs. Wood heavily on to the grpund. She was speedily conveyed with all care into the house, and Dr. Vallack, of Bowral, sent for. Mrs. Wood received a,very serious iinjiiry to the spine, and :is in a very pre carious condition. Not much hope is entertained of her.recovery.

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Farewell Social at Mittagong. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 September 1901

Farewell Social Mittagong. The Wosleyan church at Mittagong was comfortably filled on Monday evening last, the occaaion being a farewell social to Mr. and Mrs. \V. Richards,previous to their early departure from the district. A very inter esting programme was reudered, and every thing tended to tuake the evening a gretit success. The meeting was presided over by the Minister of tbo circuit, the Rov. M. Mad dern, who briefly explained the object of the meeting. Miss Williams displayed much talent iu the rendition of the song, "Angels ^ver bright and fair." A very .interesting dia logue was then given, after which Mr. W. H. Jooea \vas called upon to speak. Ho regretted exceedingly that Mr. Richards was about to leave them. He (Mr. Joties) knew from experience that the work of a local preacher was very difficult, but Mr. Riohards had faithfully oarried out every, thing nqccssary in .the proclamation of God's Word. He spoke iti high terms of praise in connexion with Mr. Richards's work ...

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Berrima-Camden Football Union. THE PROTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 September 1901

Ber^ima-Camden Foot ball Union. THE PROTEST An exceptionally largo meeting waB 'held at the (^rapd Hotel, Bowral, on Friday evening last, to consider a protest which bad been lodged by Moss Vale against Bow ral for allowing Thep. Small to play in the semi-final, seeing that he had left the dis trict. The minntes of last meeting wero read. Mr. Adcoclc objected to the >last portion re chairman giving.it as his opinion a play er could take part in:thc fin&l if he had left the district. The chairman distinctly gaye ;it as his ruling. He therefore moved that the minutes be altered accordingly. Seconded by Mr. J. Hnggett, and after a considerable iimouut.of discussion was oar ried, as An amendment by Messrs. Whyte and Elliott tbat.tho minjites remain p.a they are, was lost. THE PROTEST. Mr. :Ryan asked if all clubs in tbe Union lind paid tbe levy ?—Reply : Yo«. From Secretary of tbo Moss Yule Club as follows: "On behalf pf Abe Mosa Va]e Football 01 «b I lmvo to protest against ...

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

^OBSERVATIONS. 'bx an Observer. The near approach of summer weather is bringing w,ith it a certain amount of anxiety to Bowral residents in that the road to the Wombeyan Caves via that township is likely to remain in a state of impassability during the tourist season. Numerous attractions make Bowral the most popular summer resort on the south-. £rn line, and it is a shame that a trip to .the caves should be denied our visitors, when a few hundred pounds would place it in repair. After the strenuous exer tions of the late Mr. A. P. Duprez in so-; curing the construction of .this road, and .considering the large amout o,f money that has been laid out on it, it seems hardiy .the thing to allow it to remain in a state of disrepair, which is ,daily getting worse. Speaking of Bowral as a tourist centre, and whilst admitting the many attractions for visitors, one cannot but'notice also the inconveniences which have to be put up withj and which, if rectified, would in a short time, .fully ...

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

How to Prevcut Pneumonia. 'You have good reason to fear an attack of .pneu monia, when you have a severe ,coM, accompanied by pains in the cheat or in the back between the ehouHers. Get a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough i Bemedy and use it a3 directed and it will prevent! the threatened attack. ' Amongst the tons of thou sands who have used this Remedy for colds and la | grippe, we have yet to learn of a single ease that has ' resulted .in pneumonia, which shows that this Bern- j ally is a certain preventive of that clangorous disease, i For sale.by D. Morgan, Qhemist, Bowral. I

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Friendly Rifie Match. BOWRAL v. BURRAWANG. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 September 1901

Friendly RISie Match. BOWRAL v. BURRAWANG. A friendly match between Bowral H Company and the Burrawang Givilliaa Rifle Club'was'shot on the H.Company's rifle range on Saturdayafternoon lastt 31st of August.' Burrawang ,liad only eight men, and it was thenceforth decided to take the shooting on the average, , which gave IJurrawang the advantage- of. a' few points. Refreshments were pro vided for. the'visiting team on their arrival :at the rifle range, anud also, prior, to. their leaving'for homei The .weather was/fine,^ ;and very^favourable- fdr shooting o'n the1-', whole. ; StalF-color-Sergent McDonald was in charge of the range, and theshoot ing is reckoned very fair, the following be ing the'complete'scores £ ■ • ■ ' ■ 500 yds. 6.00 yds. Pte. W. Iioaeby,: :. 6353155 30 5515125 30-60. Ii. Sgt. Dl Ohnlker 5512521 27 4531315 23—63 ■ Sgt. J. Chant - • 6555535 33 0445522 22—55. Sfjt.A . McOaltun? 5355331 28 3331445 26-54 <3pl. C.-Bftiloy 5525221 25 2345444 26—51 ; ■Or. Sgt. ...

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

MR. W. N. WILMS, M.L.A., has commenced , buaineSH at 25 JJligb-Btree.t, Sydnoy, as .1 'JLAND, FINANCIAL, and MINING AGIiNT. Few jinoo,have.bad a more vailed and practical expor V iienoo in those matters than ho. ' His clients' cases iahoulclbc very .safe in his hands.—a.i. FOE SALE OR TO LET, /CONVENIENT BRICK COTTAGE, lately '\_J occupied by Mrs. .Ryder. Full particulars on ,application to MBS. 0UPREZ, " Richmond Cot tage," Bo wrah , 871 NOTICE JW. NORMAN, Butcher, will open tho.premv . iaes lately ocoupicd by tho Sutton Forest Butchoring Company, liowral, on MONDAY NEXT, .tho 22nil in8t. J.W.N, hopes by strict attention to hueiness, combined with civility, to command a fair .share of patronng^. Beef, mutton, pork, lamb, and .veal of tho best quality. Poultry of all kinds alive "'.o* dressed to order. jBOWRAL FRUIT SHOP——a. OPPOSITE Post OIKce; Bowrnl; the nest and most varied Htouk out, of Sydney. Cull and .seo our show, H. T. HOPWOOD, t9543 ' Manager. • MEDICAL. , DR. FOULDS, li....

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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 September 1901

. ITEMS OF INTEREST. Dr. Ashburton Thompson's condition hag improved considerably. The Liverpool City Council has on its staff eight lady sauitary offioers. Women have looted Sagersfontein, con? veying everything of value to farms. Alderman W. J. Carter dropped dead at a Masonic ball at Kyneton (Victoria) last Wednesday night. Sir William Lyne is confined to his bed in an hotel in Melbourne Buffering from an attack of rheumatism.. Tho .State Minister for Lands sees no objection to allowing councils to charge foe admission to parks on certain occasions. The State Government will make an effort to get the Arbitration Bill- through committee in the Assembly by Thursday night. . Sonjo Boer prisoners who presented -tho Duke of Cornwell with curios mndo out of Krugor coins, wore delighted at his shaking bauds with thera. New expenditure for the Commonwealth for the month of August was £1<1,268 aa against £11,593 for July. Tho share of Now South Wales is £5173 (the highest), and...

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BOWRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 September 1901

JJOWRAIj municipal council. Meets evejy alternate Thursday,' at the Council .Chambers, rit 7*30 p.m. ' * Clerk'B offioe hours (ire : Tuesdays, from 10 to 12 aim.; Wednesdays, 7 to 9 p.m. ; Fridays, S to 5 p.m. . Alderman J. Mf Qhristje, Mayor," Mr. W. R. Farrow, council clerk,

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Railway Information. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 September 1901

Railway Information. PAsansaisn trains arrive at Bowral from Sydney 12.21 a.m. daily, Sundays excepted 7.37 a.m. (Paper Train) daily, Sunday excepted 11.12 a.m., Saturday only 12,55 p.m. daily, Sunday excepted 6.33 p.m., Saturday only 7.58 p.m. daily, Saturday and Sunday excepted 9.28 p.m., Saturday only Passenger trains leave Bowral for Sydney ;-t -3.0 a.m. daily, Monday excepted 6.56' a,ni. Sunday only, stops Mittagong and V Strathfiold only ' .. 7.3 -a.m. daily, Sunday excepted. ' 8.2JX. a.m.- daily, Sunday and*' Monday excepted, stopsi-Mittagorig and Strathtield only, • ,8.31 a.m. Monday only, stops Mittagohg, Ficton, * • ' -Granville, and Stratlifield onlyj . J.io pVm.,daily, Sunday ej^e^ted, ^

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

THE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY of SYDNEY, Ltd. Capital paid up .. .. .. £1,000,000 Reserve Fund .. .. .. 1,010,000 Roaorvo Liability .. .. v 1,000,000 - Total ... .. £3,010,000 BIUKDTOnS. G. J. COHEN Esq., Chairman. Bon. FT. E. KATER, M.L.C., Deputy Chairman. Hon. HENRY MOSES, M.L.C. Hon. RICHARD JONES, M.L.C. p. W. KNOX, Esq. OBNBRAI, MANAQKB; T. A DIBBS, Esq. ADDITOEH. E. S. GAPE, Esq. Tho Hon. P. T, HUMPHERY, M.L.C. BRANCHES in Now South Walca and Qaeona land. Agencies throughout the world. Bowral Branch, GAVIN GEORGE, Manager. G. GENERAL STOREKEEPER, and BAKER, BO BERT SON. .Orders called (or, and Goods Dolivered Daily, J-Iighest Cash Price eiven for COW HIDES, CALF SKINS, WALLABY SKINS, OPOSSUM SI£1NS NATIYB OAT SKINS. >838 Spring Suitings. Summer Suitings. • TT AVE rnndo prepnrationa for. the .coming season* .•.UL'' byatoekingtho newest and most .up-to-date .'^looda 111 NewoBt Designs I Newest • Shades I . .New '(Brt Colors I .'v.-' Thojr'would ftlso direat attention to the...

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

Tea! Tea!! WE always have on band new shipments of specially prepared Ceylon, Indian, and China Teas to suit our customers; "We also Ifeop thp best Coffee, Cocoa, and Essence ol Cofiee. If you have not tried our Tea, send lor sample, free on application. We have the Flavoring Tea in lib,. 21b,. and 51b. boxes. Price—5/per lb. (No Agent Employed.) J. A. MOY & GO. 545 George-street, Sydney. T.B. Dunwoodie, Monumental JVTason, BOWIiAL. 8241 4M4 PRESTON'S " PRINCESS" SIZEIS Hakd and Steam Power. DUPLEX LANCET PROBES For making fiard cows easy to mi<k. All Dairy Requisites. Write (or pnrtiuulars fu W.A. PRESTON & CO. 343 Sussex Street, STDN-E-y. ««o«« P.D. CORSETS P.D, THE STANDARD HIGH-CLASS CORSET IN THE TRADE THROUGHOUT THE W0R|.0. Avoid Inferior imitatlont. snd see that «ach pair boars this Trade Mark on band Inside. C3TAINA2LE FfiCM ALL DRAPERS EVERYWHERE. Solo .Agents for Australia— EOBSGORFF 4 Co. ESS {«££""!<*'

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

lihroiiic marriioca. Air. (J. B, Wiugfield, of Fuirplay, Mo.( U.S.A., \ybo. nuffeied from chronio dysentery i-.if thirty-five years, says Chamberlain's , Coiic, Chojera aud Diarrhoea Remedy, did, lurn more good, tbftn any other mediciu.e be. ?>ud ever nsed. For sale by I). Morgan,. Bpwral. Bit. CRAWFORD,, Pentist* [i r AY' BE ' CONSULTED. AT THE TOWN, jki HALL, BOWBAL. ' ' Late assistant to Mr. E. 0. Brydon ofQpulburn. - - ......... (.g87 ' ft, H, JONES, (jj'-.io Asst. to D,r Magnus, Sydhey, , lo His Eyc.eIle.JicY, the Governor, Arg$rSe-§t., MOSS VALE. 'OHGS to intimate to the Inhabitants of Moss _£j» Valo and tbg Berriroa District that he is prepared to execute work in all branches ol Dentis -rv "equal to the. leading Sydney Dentists, at {Strictly Mcderale Gbargea. Mr; Jones regularly receives from America the potest improvements in Dentistry, and spares no ex so' 10 secure th.o comfort of his patients. Painless Extractions by Laughing G,as, Cocaine, ■ v < Chloride of...

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

For the Tea yon drink, For the Bread yott eat, For tlw Hat you wear, • For the Clothes you put on, , , . . TRY , . . YSFYliffVfetf%aYSfl - W AMR If INFANTS' SHOES and BOOTS. I®" Latest Novelties, fancies and fads in Babies' Foot Wear, gee tbeni to-day.— jp «?ust opcnc<(. ' - — MARSTON'S, OPPOSITE^ RICE'S HOTEL, BOWRAL. Is, the CHEAPEST and BEST HOUSE for PIANOS, ORGANS, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Of Every Description. Save Money ' by Pnrehasingr a Reliable and Perfect Piano, such as the following, which" ate constructed of the Best seasoned Materials, and have' the Most Improved Action*," and, furthermore contain Modern Improvements lii Construction STBlNWaY 8RINSMBAD LIPP (The Genuine R. Lipp, $iSqhn), pebel & Leehlelter, Julius Feurlch, Carl Ecke, Gors ft Kallman, The Victor, and " Belling." W. H. PALING & EsUWllhed 1853, PALING & CO., Ltd* Ure'ablc to give the Best Value owing to the Immense number tbey sell. Their preset enormous trade is owing to won...

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

yiflr, Cecil CompUn, rr^y%y9^-rr PfJMW Sspbjvw Of Viaitpd in Bowral and District, FIAKOFOWJB, ORGAN, AND SlWOtNO. Oftngidptflfi pnfipafed for Oollflflffl and University Ex&fflijiatidnS in Theoretical infl Practical Music, ADtxRina { Post Office, BottBAfc, Wilde's Meadow Hotel ALFRED BAXTER WISHES tq inform the residents of Wilde's Meadow and District* Tourists* and others, that he has taken the above Fayorita and Commodious Hotel, where he hopes by keeping only the Best: Bran.ds of Ales, Wines, and Spirits^ and by civility and attention to, customers, to merit liberal support. First-class Table, The Best of Liquors, Good Stabling. Nearest Hotel to the far-famed Belmore and Pitzray Falls, TQ1 GLOBE TEAS « are . , than ether Seas arid have . . MO equal f 8-oda per lb. , per lb. 1/- per lb. Sest in Australia: 1/9 per lb, fjuy directs MOSES JONES,-*** VETERINARY LIVERY STABLES, «Eltham," Merrigang-st., next to Fire Station, Cabs, Sociables, Sulkies, Buggies, Ladies' and Gent's H...

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Bushranging Revived. COACH STUCK UP BY A MASKED MAN. A PASSENGER SHOT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 September 1901

tflusliraiigiiig Revived. (COACH STUCK UP BY A MASKED MAN. ' A PASSENGER SHOTJ. 'Broken nil!, Monday afternoon.r-Sab jinspeotor Travers received a sensational wire (this morning, stating that .the mail coaoli stuck up five inilea from White -Cliffs ;last night by a masked jarmod mau, who ,demanded the mail bags. They were open -,ed, and tho robber -took a number of par ,cels, the contents of whioh are uuknown. 'The robber fired one shot, wounding a pas senger named,Canter or Ca.rter-.ip the arm, ,-and tben deoampod. Tho police are out in ;pnrauit. Sabriuspeotor Travers has given -iustruotions to the many district police to -ijoin in the chase.

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Picnic and Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 September 1901

Picnic and Concert. On Saturday last the members of the Bundanoon Band of Hope together with a number of friends took advantage , of the beautiful fine day andijojirneyed to Bowral,' where they held a very successful picnic and concert. Arriving by the 1:86 train ,they proceeded to .the Centennial Park, where a number of Bowral frienda joined them, and an enjoyabln time was spent in games, etc. Towards evening the party wended their way to the Oddfellows' Hall, where a first;clas3 programme wao submit .ted, and waB listened to by a fairly large and appreciative audience. The items were we]l rendered and a good number of encores were demanded, but owing to ,the lengthy programme had ;to be dispensed with. The dialogues are worthy qf.special mention, as_ they were mist ably given with the desired" effect. The Rev. A. W. Parton rpade an .excellent chairman. • The following items comprised the pro gramme:— Overture, Miss May Jones; recitation, " Hodge and the Vicar," Leslie Grice; dialo...

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Oddfellows' Social. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 September 1901

Oddfellows' Social. A pleasant time was spent on Monday night in the Oddfellows' Hall, Bowjral, when about ^5 couples put.in appearance at a social organised-tohelp pay the debt off the new piano. The .[instrument is a good one, and as it is a Hapsburg<(obtain ed.from Messrs. Beale and Co.) we feel sure.it will give satisfaction. Dancing started at 8 o'clock and was kept going till 3 to the excellent music supplied by Mr. C. Compton. During the evening a break was made for refceshrnents, which added to the evening's .enjoyment. Mr. W. ;H. George made a first-class M.C. The hall was nicely decorated with art muslin, Chinese lanterns, flags, etc,, .the United Friepdly Societies' banner being hung conspicuously on the stage, ana formed a pleasant back ground to the whole. The managing committee worked hard to make their social so enjoyable and successful. The committee was as fol lows :—Misses Farrow (2), Miss .David son, Misses Daisy and Eva Ferguson;; Messrs. W. R. Farrow,...

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

Having a Itnn on Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Between the hours o! eleven o'clock a.m. and closing time at night on Jan. 25tb, 1001, A. F. Clark, druggist, Glade Springs, Va., U.S.A., sold twelve bottles oi Chamberlnin'a Cough Remedy. He says, "i never handleda medicine that sold: better or gave bettor Bauafnction to my customers;" ' This Remedy has been- in general use in Virginia for many years, and the people there are well acquainted with its excellent qualities. Many of them have testified to the remarkable cures which it has effected. When you need a good, reliable medicine for a cough or cold, or attack of the grip,: use Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and you are :oec tain to be mora than plensed with the quick euro' which it affords. For sale by D. Morgan, ChemiBt, Bowral.

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