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Alderman Rice Replies to A.N.V. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 September 1901

Alderman Rice Replies to A.N.V, ■Sir,—A.N/y. in his comments on the Council's meeting of last week evidently cpnsiders that " his " SQ^called. amend- , ■ment .was,the.crvtqial .point as.to .whether ithe proposed work op the streets •shonld ;be gone on with at once or he deferredun til-.the money was actually in Hand. "' Asr; a -mattqr of faq^, -.the motion was that; cqftain wprlc shopld .be dpije—^the mode: an'd time:tp do ;it have>to be -fixed;.! | after subsequent -items had been dealt') j with, as is the usual practice when reports are finally adopted. , I' contend that the amendment was not in order, asthe word j ing ofthe same wp-S.not .in ^consonance [ with the motion. The same-item of work,; in fact all the .report, had been eventually ! adopted, and to be done when funds were available. Wherefore the need of having; a lengthened apology after .cver.y item lijce ;the^amendment,?. Neither-of .the aldermen vvho-was the cause of the abrupt ending df the meeting.- desired to b...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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The Protest. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 September 1901

The Protest. Sir,—The Moss Vale footballers apperir to be under an entire misapprehension as regards the position of Small, a -Bowral player. IThey apparently tbinjc be ;has left the district altogether. 'It is true tbat-he is employed in a Sydney firm, but the writer understands be is on trial, and therefore it cannot be said that he has left the district. The protest that originated on Saturday ,week appears to the writer .to be a meau affair.. .Doubtless they are aware that Small has played, if not in every, in almost every match iu the Union this year for Bow-, ral, and it is apparent that they only want him to be struck out of tho final. Such a thing ip the Berrima district seems incom prehensible, and.it is,certainly no credit -to the conveners of-the protest. It is to be hoped that they will consider ,the matter before they go to such rash conclusions, and ip future not to go aud rush like a bull at a gate over anything in which tbev. have not .properly'considered the facts. ...

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

• 'fCHP ft. :Hamrlton, dun,, [Rr^rii^sJn* Good Accomrnorlation for <Vifli(oi'8. lEW-ejy (Cfi.a* .voniijnce. Splon'lid Sitpatipn iflotel lighted with Acetylene Gn?. 'Jic5t;pr,apri3i*j^ Wines anJ spirits .kept. * ' Omroi, BiirrawaMg, ■TJPTII3HES to, announce tto the .reaidontB ,qt .ffep 'W district that lie has taken over the BLAC^C SMIIHINtf and WUEliLW{UGRr UUSItfJ3fSg rdeently carried on at Mr. Inker's preipises, ,ap}i hopes by strict attention to business ,and (>nad Wfjc manship.to receive a ,fyir share pf putjlio .p^tr/jji ,age.. * ^HorseShbeing a, Speciality. SADDLE & HARNESS MAKES^ - BOKG BONG- STREET, BOWPAL, .(Nest to Christie's). All kinds of Saddle & Harness Wort: ■ ;dono expeditiously and. in. Atat-,elft88.Btjl?. {Grocers & general Storekeepers, Qnly best quality;goods.-StocJjed. .'ALL GOODS AT LOWEST CURRENT PRICES. ■ KINDLY GIVE US A TRIA^. * ' . •Next door ;to CHfllSTIE'S, Bong Bong-at., BovvtaJ. ■.9709 The Live Upholsterer. IS stil...

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

DON'T When yon. can get NAVY CANVAS RUGS For your ilorscs;;i?ifl €ow<j. That will keep out DEWET Ebb. Davis, SADDLEK, STATIONER, BOOKSELlflK, «c., ■^riBQWRALo House-Painting, :PAPEB-HANGItlG, DEG0RAT1HG. ;Picture Frames of .jeyery descrip tion ;«xade to order. All Workmanship Guarantee!). §bof> TVlerri^an^ gtsjeet, (Opposite Milton House, Bowral). Removed! Removed I Has removed to MORE COMMODIOUS PREMI SES next to HILL BROS. -Coach Building and Horse Shoeing wrie.il out;in beat style. EOWRAX. AND ROBERTSON FREE PRESS,, 2/- per quarter in advance. :BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM. f9""^.~y^TvvTv"T"v^T- •^TT-T. ■■T»Ttrr^TTT.y-!r - 1M1!!: : Who'd ba Withotfjt A Two-Wheeler# Life is too Short to go Beating pboyt.the bush' so (pake straight {for ilTHUl.W. BBS The Most Up'to-date ;Establishment:in the Berrim# District for every Article in the Trade, and thg Best.and most Reliable place.for Machines.is .. EBB'S OWEAL ICYCLE 'J* EFOT. " TREE PRESS " OFFICE. OVUXt A 2002K3E3KT XMEACXXX...

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TERRIBLE BAIL-WAY ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 September 1901

TERRIBLE BAIL-WAY ACCIDENT. - London, September 1. 2 p.m.—A shock ing railway accident occurred yesterday iu the State ol Montana (ILS.). While pro ceeding up a steep gradient.the train broke in halves, and 18 tracks ran back a distance of 1G miles to Nyaclt, where they crashed into a passenger trnin. Thirty-six persons wc-re instantly killed. The cars aft?rwft!'Js look fire, and 28 of' the bodies were cie maled. , . :

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Old Age Pensions. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 September 1901

Old Age Pensions. The number of .claims received for old! aire pensions op (o date in .the Goulburn: ■district have been 697 ; out of these 660 have been granted ; fifty seven have been refused for various reasons, .including a few cases in which the applicants died before the board had dealt'with.their .applicatione|. Thistle&ves.eighty.claims yet to be consider ed, some of which have only been .received within the last fb\v day.g. Seven pension ers have died since ;their pensions .were granted,. The following'have been grauted to .old age pensioners:— Fergus Delaney, Bowral, 65. 0. L. E". E. King, Robertson, 68.

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FIRE BRIGADE STILL REFUSE TO YIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 September 1901

FIR$ BRIGADE ; STILL REFUSE TO YIELD. We understand that the Brigade met on Monday evening, when the above let ter from the Bpard was considered ; and that after discussion tlje Brigade- decided to adhere to their former decision not tq take part in the forthcoming Friendly Societies' Demonstration.

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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EXETER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 September 1901

EXETER. I The Exster School of 'Arts committee have bad under consideration the tenders - for the erection of the building. A me.etirig. was held on the 10tli ultimo when the whole of the tenders were rejected, being ,con side red far too high, the lowest tender being £638. Mr. Slatyor, the architect, cut out all the ornament, and everything that couhl be taken out or removed, wi.thout al tering tlw appearance or durability of the building, and submitted the amended plans, to the two lowest teuderers, Mr, Wall and Mr. Joues. These contractors sent in fresh renders, and were duly considered. . Mr. jooes' tender was the lowest at £470 for erection under the amended plant*. These were also rejected as being too high.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. The Protest and Fair Play. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 September 1901

UTTERS TO THE EDITOR. The Protest and Fair Play. •Sir,—I read from your paper that Moss 'Yale has protested againatrBo wl'(\1 after the 'semi-final footbull match.had been playejl. Of couise there would not have been '.any-' thing said in the matter .had Moss Vale won the, semifinal. Tlioproteat, jL see,- consists of this—that one of the -Bowral .bids lids beon a^vay in Sydnoy for the last Bqvqq weeks only at work as a probationer 'in a warehouse, and comes,to bis home, ,1 am told, every second .Saturday ; and he being only 18 years of age, and.pnder liis parents' guardianship and support, I really fail to see where Moss Vale's protest comes in, terming him a visitor only to Powr.al..Moas Vale knows well.that Small had played in every match this season with the exception of two. Then after the semi-final Moss Vale says—" 0, Small is only a .visitor," and protests against him. Now suppose there was any;technical point for Moss Vale to protest against Small in this case, I say this, t...

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

AlIi who suffer from weak digestion should eat Rutherford's malt bread, ic is highly recQnjmended. AaU for c»rt to .call.-r-*

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The Hospital Sports. HOLIDAY PROCLAIMED. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 September 1901

Tlte Hospital Sporty, y HOLIDAY PROCLAIMED. ' j ..Mr. W- R. Farrow, Hon. Generar Sec retary of the JjT.nited Friendly Societies' Hospital Demonstration to be held Jn Bowral on 7th October next, has kindly 2fia:nded to us the following telegram re ceived yesterday from.the Principal Under Secretary::— ' - v -f Proclamation phbljsbecj in this day's supplementary gazette, appointing Mon day; 7th O-tober, 1901", a public holiday in the police district of Berrima.'-1

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

BERRIMA. We bear that Mr. Gardiner, of (Sydney., bfts purchased the business of ^eneml store keeper, lately curried on at Berrinan by Mr,. JB", Bray.. . • .

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

MITTACpNG, De&th has been yery busy anjong tue oia inhabitants of Mtitagong this v.enrj and on Thursday last claimed yet another victim^ Mrs. Lake senr. For some time past Mrs. Lake liad been ailing, and her dflitli wiis not unexpected. She was bora in Sus3exj:; England, cams to New South Wales 62 yeara ago, aud was married at-Liverpqpl to, ilio late. William Lako-57 years ag<i./-.Slie. wag 77 years of age, and has been a resident .of the district for up\v;irds of- 55 years,. The deceased lady leaves a family of 7 sous and 5 daughters, (nil of whom were present at the death-bed), 44 grandchildren, and 9 great grand-children. She has beeu universally known and^ respected tljroiigli-i oat the district for her "kin-lly-.. And genial disposition'. -The funeral look place on Saturday last, arid was largely attended.

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

Bank Holiday, Tils Bowrul branch of the Commercial Bank yill be cjosed to dav (Wednesday) b'enm n district holiday for the poultry show at Moss VhIp. '

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

KANCALOON On Friday night last the usual monthly meeting of the Kangaloon Band of Hope was held, and was presided over by the Rev. F. J. Branch. The following pro gramme was gone through;—Recitation, "I'll take what father takes,'"' Mr. A. Thompson; solo, Mrs. Branch; recita tation, "One of the little ones," Miss Alice Ifingi solo, ."Won't you buy my pretty flowers," Miss Daisy Barnes; reci tation, Miss Violet yidler; solo, " Gen evieve," Miss M. Bruce; recitation, David's lost his pocket knife," Mr. Fraser; solo, Miss King ; reading, Rev. F. J. Branch. . ■ . !

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

The best msdicine known is SANDER & SONS EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Tost its eminent powers ful effects in doughs, colds, influenza, the relief is instantaneous. In Beriou's «aseB, £nd -accidents of 9U bin^s, fee J;hey wouodg, bujnB, scaldings, bruises, sprains, it ii the safeat r.aroedy—np .swelling—np inflammation. Like surprising effects produced in croup, diptheria, bronchitis, inflammation of lungs, swelling, &c., diarrhoea, dysentery, diseases of kid neys and urinary organs, SANDER AND SONS' EUCALYPTI-EXTRACT is in use at hospitals and medical clinios all over the glob9 ; patronised, by HiB Majesty the King of Italy; crowned with medals and diplomas at International' Exhibition, Agister: dam, Tf.ijstjn tljia ppproyei article and' r&ject all others. ' '* ' " -

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 7 September 1901

VARIETIES. A French private's pay ia £5 a year. Fifty-one new operas were produced in Italy last year. • f In China there ia twenty times as much coal as in all Europe. ' The branding evil causes a loss, of £300, 000 a year to the whole of Australia. Ex-politician W. F. Schey is now boss of the Labor Bureau^ Joey Greer baying been retired. ' ' ' The Cardinal speeks of the growing spirit, of toleration towards Catholios in all parts of the world. A Sydney journal bmtally asks if the billet - of: Federal hangman -- will' be' given to ajunior Barrister. ' ' " . £12,000 is to be placed on the estimates to pay- the: retnri&d soldiers the extra lj%. claimed. All are lo be treated alike. The death is announced of John Norton's dog Barndy. The canine had' all' the rail way privileges of a Member of Parliament. It bad a place on many platforms during. : the campaign for the Senate. It received cedar burial. " Henry Laweon, now in London and more melancholy and pessimistiVthan ' ever,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 7 September 1901

5Wr. Cecif Gmpion. ■ '.-U Pppfcs Received or ^isited in JJo^al Wjd Pisfcriofi. PIANOFORTE, ORGAN, AND SINGING. Candidates prepared for College and University Examinations in Thebratieal *anq| ->■ • ' ■ Practical Mnaio.. " i Address-: Post . Office. Bowbal. Wilde's Meadow Hotel ALFRED BAXTER 7|TriSHES t° inform! the residents of Wilde's Meadow ^nd JDjjstrict, m Tourists, and others, that he h^s taken the above Fayorit^ and Commodious Hotel, where he hopes lay keeping only the Best Brands of Ales, Wines, and Spirits, and by civility and attention to customers, to merit liberal support. First-class Table. The Best Qf Liquors., Good Stabling. Nearest Hotel to the far-famed Belmore and Fitzroy Falls. 791 GLOBE TEAS « ore • than other 3ea$ in Australia 1/9 gviY direet MOSES JON ES, ^ VETERINARY LIVERY STABLES, " Eltliam," Merrigang-st., next to Fire Station, Cabs, Sociables," Sulkies, Buggies, Ladies' and Gent's Hacks. Carriage for Visiting, Invalids, &c. Weddings attended. Pic...

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Smoke Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 7 September 1901

SmoHc (;QHcert, 4 socpewrfol event w*8 the Smoke Concert held in t^i Qddfellqwa' Hull on Thnrsday night last, under the Ekaipieeq.pf tfye Bowral Football Clqb, when the ball was comfortably ^iled with an appreciative Hudienoe, (n will be seen by the many enooree that were deoianded. Tbe programme was a long one, kod-ll^oqgb adtme of the performers (ailed to put in appetraooe their plaeea were quickly filled by Others. Mewis. T. LoverHge, G. Price, and J. fiobioson appeared to be' the favourites, aa they were oal^baokoq every oocaaion. Mr. G. 4dcoob Stitcher "i'jqade an excellent chairman, while -Mr. G. E. Vincent, ol Mittagong, acted aa accom panist. Vf. f. Soulhall (bon. eeo) and Geo. A{arl(s fbon.' tieas.) worked hard for.the enter tainment, ably assisted by Mr. Geo. Allen,, and with the <fne night tl^at farmed then) they were greeted with sncoeas. The ^rat part of theprograoiaM wai opened by an overture by Mr. G. E. Vinoent, wh'oh was fol lowed by 'al song by Mr. E. St...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 7 September 1901

Have iov TBiED^atberlord's' malt bread? It is' Belt-digestive, and coatainggteat -Dutrimeft1.; Bead j (or alojl..' FOB SALE, two HEIFERS jnst calved, and ona, springing COW, very quiet, suitable for town, Apply VV. p. jfOQI^E, yutradqa-Btrect, Bowral. 92^ MR. W. N. WILLIS, M.L.A., ha" coiqtqenoe^ business at 33 ■■ Bligh-strMt, Sydney, at LAND, FINANCIAL, and MININQ AGENT. Few men hate bad a moro varieq and- practical exper ience in these matters than he. Bu clients' oaaet should bo very sale in his hands.—a.i. for Private. Sale. BOGGY, lingW «et Buggy. HARNESS, and PO^Y 7 years old. AU sound. Any trial, Mkddle and harness. No reasonable offer refused. M. Q'HARA, Berrima. '921 ORGAN RECITAL. Am ORGAN HEiCtTAti «ill 6e gW.i* on MONji DAY EVENING, in S. JUDE'f cSUROH, ^HStMnoit^g dt 8 o'clock, by Igr, Arthur MftsBoy. ....... . .. .. FOR SALE OR TQ £EPf CONVENIENT- BBICK COTTAGE, , lately, occupied by Mra.Ryder. Full particulars on, application to MR3, D.UPKEZ, " Richmpnd Cot-. Notice o...

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