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Record Shirt Irener. BOWRAL TO THE FRONT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 7 September 1901

Record Shirt Irener. BOWRAL TO THE FBONT During the past ten years or so Mrs. J. Smith! o! " Aunerley," near Bowral.bas been, a most successful exhibitor at various dis ttiot shows for best ironed shirts, bating seomped no less than '29 first prizes; the list including the Wagga show just held and the &{6a9 Vale sho^r at , the early part of this year. In addition thereto Mrs. Smith has been awarded many first prima for coobery exhibits; while as an equestrienne she has carried of? the laurels , more, than once.

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Organ Recital. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 7 September 1901

Organ llecit^l, I Byadvt, it be; awnV that' 911 ot^fftn ,! recital is to bfi given bu Jtfonday evening ne^t.' Mr. Arthov Maasey, for aotne time I town hall-organist--ia to, g?ve tb& recital. Mr. Mattsey is a brilliant organist, and is going'to playsome very beautiful selections from Bacb, S(si]an)mant' Batiste, and Wely, The St. Judo's choir will sigtg • Qounod'a stirring and beautiful ^nthem^ Pr&iae ye the Father. •" '"

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Old Age Pensions. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 7 September 1901

Old Age Pensions. The fallowing additional pensi.oca bays been granted by th,e lpc&l bOftrd Thomas A^^ereon, Robertson, 64. ••■ Elizabeth McGratb, Bnrrawung, 67 Mar; Ifcgiua Bender, Jelloro, near Berrima, 79. John Higginat Moss Vale, 61. Bebeoca B.ankn Bartlett, WiMe'a Meadow, 80. George Henry Rudge, Burrawang, 87. Martba Young, widow, Burrawang, 8&. John Mooye, latefarcfter, -Wilde's Meadow,7.7 John Garbutt, bashman, Mittagong, Q8.

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Association Debate. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 7 September 1901

Association Debate* On Wednesday evening last a debute on the elauscs o( ttyo Arbitration Bill was held at the Asso ciation Hall, Tbo'Speakor (Mr. Albert Chapman) occupied tho chair, rhore was n vnry fair atten dance .of mothers present. The minutes of last meeting #.» . read by, the secretary (Mr. A, W. I^eer) wsrt.aqaptsd on the motion ol the Be?. Stanley ■Wilkinsqrj stid Mr. Ghns. Slack.. The tjemifir pl tfae Opposition (Mr. J.' Bart) asked fthe Premier (Rq?. Mr. Wilkinson)-it he had consid ered the question of biingipg the Federal Bill before the House. The Premier again replied kh»t it yrai-Hot$ matter tor' hify to inter/ere with,, whereupon Jfr. Hart eaid he would p?o*e avote of .eenrare on tl>e Gpijsrqiftent, bat fhe matter drppped pt ttjiis stage. The Premier deqied a charge made by Mr. |. ,H. Edwards regarding big refuwT to raoeira a depats tionre Qjb ^tillRoad. • Mr. Edjrards asked it the Premier conld not draw' op a Bill adjusting the liquor traffic,to whioh he re ■pli...

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

AGRICULTURAL. GAZETTE^ O^be A-fgast number of the AgricaHnral Gazette 1b to band.', TUa. whole..volume is given up totb'e pnblidntioh ia"3f fail ~o.f tli<i various reports of tbe Deparfcuieci of Agri culture for tbe year 1900, and fo/ta most:|f" A interesting and encouraging i'eiicaivgV ^ "*fv

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Bowral School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 7 September 1901

Qowr^l School cif Tbe eommittee held their monthly meeting on Tqeaday. Present: Mr. B. S. Mackenzie (Presi-. deatij Bev. M. Maddera, Df. £). H. Morgan, Messrs. X J. Campbell, Ebb. Davip, j,' Mi Ohrbtie, E; B, Kyngdon, 6. $. Marston, Jos. Siokea, and A. Holmes (hon secretary}. Apologies were reoeived, from Messrs, H. M. Oxley and H. E. Wiakham.' The librarian reported that 4 new njembers had joined dtaring ths month, the receipts (or month, from the biiluwd room were £3 5/6, from reading room box 0/1; fch.e tupply of catalogues were eic-_ hauBted; Mr. J. Hodgson gave l^is que and oase, and donations of books bad been received, froig. Mts. Hodgson aqd Mr. O. E. Mareton; four windows' needed frosting the librarian asked that the secre tary be allowed to check the billiard accounts as there, was sometimes a difficulty in getting a mom. bqr of the billiard committee.. • was decided to let the'matter of- catalogues lie over till next meeting; donors to be thanked ; win dows to be attended...

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

£14 15s. rer heir] wa« paid for bulloclrs |

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

When stormy wind and wintry blast, ' • : Affect mankind with hacking cou^h, 4 They think consumption's eome at last., ^Twill not be long before they're off. Some people go to mountain heights. And others where tbe nlfies are bluer ; .But..what will FOiiii,piit...tl]aiii to right 5,'..H1 I Ia ,W. E. Woods' Great PippsiuiiXT Cure, , XJ-UJU ll - BE. C&&WFOHD, • Dentist," ; i M' AY BE CONSULTED AT THK tow;; 'HAWj. BOWRAL. . . '' Late assistant to Mr. E. C. Brydan of GoulburiO HAIGr & CO.'S Clearing Out Sale Now

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Letter from a Bowral Soldier. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 7 September 1901

I^ettej* from 9 Bpivral tidier, Sergt. Coles, of H Co., Bowral, rooqived the following interesting letter tiotq Troqper A. O. Browq. qQir on duty ia South Africa ib the 3rd Imperii Draft Contingent of Ifaw-Bontl} W*lea paahmen, Trooper Brown if»« formerly lanoereergeiuit in Bow ral HCo.Volanteera:— • KlerkwJorp, 28rdJtily, 1901.*—^Vb are bariog *otne good fan overliiere. Yoa md Is ridiqg along, opt thinking abont any thing in perticnlar, *hen yoq wjll ho^r whiz I» ballet bamming past; and if yotn don't dnek yonrhoadqaieke? Uian ever joa did in ycjnr life, well—I don't lpww aby: thing abaqt it; wd if yon oan't get enqagb fight out of tb« Boers yoq o^n always get it in the camp. Half a doaen words will atqft a flgbt, any time. I l)ave been in thrae good fights, and the biulleta came on (o na like' hailstones, and only grounded three c* four *qd killed a home or. (Wo. % am satisfied the Boers can't shoot, whatever else tftey may ha qble to do. They won't give na a ebanoe to get at good...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. Bowral Weekly Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 7 September 1901

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. Bowrol Weekly Sales, Sir,—please grant me a space in your valqablepaper to say a few words on what .1 deema Jong-felt want in oar midst-, jt^aely, a weekly;market, wherethe.grpw;-' ers cau dispose ofproduoe,poultry, or V^e-' tables; without the extra trouble and ex jMjajpe ojLbei^,^cnmgeUed -io :send (a - the IftitiiKtortiii'jiBd tifo.a* VaiieAo bostrt-^f-suoh markets,, and j,j^eiUwr of those towns the • population is' eo'neidbra^ly less' than Bo wraly Of course we have our weekly auotian sale here, c^rhieh the auctioneer informs, me.is so poor ly attended-that at times itiadifgculttoget an 'offer, much less a satisfactory priee for t^e lineaoffered, and it usually, happens that the consignee after a trial leaves the ( market severely alone and consigns hja * goods to the metropolitan markets, where it is purob&sed in some iustanoee presumably, by our own produce merchants and "brought .backto Bonrral to be retailed to the; con >suuter, Now ijurely ...

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

Great Clearing Sale of Drapery. Great Clearing Sale of Drapery. Great Clearing Sale of Drapery. ALL GOODS/?!k A RARE CHANCE Marked-below Cost Price. * \ For Intending Purchasersj As it is well-known that a Duty of 2Q Per Cent, is going on the New Tariff oh All Drapery." This is a Genuine Clearing-Out Sale. MRS. S. A. JONES, BONG BONGr , STREET, BOWRAL. A Few Reasons WHY You should ALWAYS dea^, AT CHRISTIE'S, You will find the lai?g'est assortment of General Drapery,. Clothing,' and Mercery in the District to select from, and will really get BETTER VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY than AT ANY OTHEjR STORE. Yon cannot gfo wronff in njaking your selection, ^s none but RELI ABLE AND SERVICEABLE' GQODS are kept in st^jck. 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' 8uits, Knicker Suits, Men's Suits, Hats, Shirts, & Sox marked at wholesale cost to clear them out, and make room for NEW...

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

I*awn Tennis, i A match was played on ^eijneaclay last on the courts in Merngang^stieet, between teams representing the newly-formed Bow ral Club an4 tl;e Mittagong Lawn Tennis C|ubt \ybioli reaulLed in a (ia. On first oounting the score, a win for JEfcwvql by two gacqes wa^ shown to bp the reaatti b^t it bos been ascertained on again checking the eopring sheets that the result of the match was a tie, aawill be seen, by the scores. The error was occasioned by the scorer in one of the tgi^ed doubie sets writing down the acore as 6-8 in favor of Bowral, where aait shoald have be^u 6-5. following, aye the BcoreB MvjTifloNp. Miw Jones and Y, Chanmaa r._ Miss Q, Rich-. ards aba E. Nioboils .. .. 6-3 Mines Jones and Cotry *. Swisses G.; Richards ::: and ft. Edwards .. $-6 A.;W. Parton and X.- Chapman v. E. &nd J. "Nioholls .." ..'5-6 Miipes Valentine and Corty ?. Misses CbaT and v M.Richards .. ' 3S Kiit Cotry and- HvJppes r/Mim Char and J, Nicholls .. 6-0 A. Cotry and H. Jones v....

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

THE COMMEBCI A$ RANKING' COMPANY of SYDNEY, Ltd. Capital paid op £1,000,000 Reserve, Fund .. ... 1,010,000 Beserve'Liability >J. V 1,000,000 Total .. .. £8,010,000 DIRECTORS. •O. J. COHEN Esq., Chairman. Hod. ft. E. KATEK, M.L.C., Deputy Chairman. Hod. HENItY MOSES, M.L.C. Hod. RICHARD JONES, M.L.C. fe. W. KNOX, Esq. 1 dBNERAIr SfAIMGKn; X. A DIBB8, Esg. AUDITORS. v, B. 8. CAPE, Esq. ' ,Xho Hon. F. T. HUMPHERY, M.L.0. BRANCHES in Now South WalsB and Queens loM. r Agencics throughout the world. - -v •" flowrol Branch, V ; \ ' GAVIN GEORGE, Manager. C: GRAHAM, CENERAL STOREKEEPER, and BO BERTSON, Orders callcd for, and ' 1 ' Gioods Delivered JQaily. Highest Cash. Price eiven for JCOW HIDES, CALF SKINS, WALLABY SKINS, ' - . ' OPOSSUM SKINS NATIVE OAT SKINS. 838 Spring Suitings. " Summer Suitings. HOGAN & ADCOCK The Practical and Reliable BOWRAL TAILORS HAVE made preparations for the coming season by stocking tho newest and most up-to-date Goods in Newest Deaigna l Newest &am...

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

I • ■ . . , ' =* I Public School Concert, Perhaps the Oddfellows'Hall lias not, sin<Mts erection, h$d auph aweet melodious strains dispensed inside ita w&llsaa it" did on Wednesday afternoon last, when a con certinas held io aid of the fund for obtain? ing -prize books for the' B.qwral Superior Pablio School. |t was indeed fascinating to hpar the sweet melodies of the school children. The eloquent style, too, in which . the reoit$rs contributed ibeir part of the programme deserves mention. . Anyhow, the audienoe got good value for their money, tUe:^barge; for "Admission being the large SDua of Id. lor school children, and 3d.' for all others. .The* following' programme wad excellently rendered i^ Piiinipforte ; duet,. ■MTssei Fiddes and M.'BialcrQW ;marcb, ptlpits; song, papUs ^recitation, «* Quaker's meeting,'^Elsie Toona jesting, " Jingle bells," popils,accompanied op the piano fey ' Mis* Hiehs; pole 'exercises/ pupils; recit ation,," Poor Mr. Brain," Viena {fev...

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

Fpi' tHej Tea you dyirik you eat. Par: ilie IJat yon wear. For the Clothes you put on,. t TRY . Y . D. Rutherford, He can do all of these XSqually Well for you. OF INFANTS' SHOES and BOOTS. I®* Latest Novelties, fancies and fads in Babies' Foot Wear. Pee tiiem to-day.^ , V,' ^ " . Just opened.'" ^ MABSTON'S, 9PPQSITE BICE'S HOTEL, BOWRAL. , ACCORDEONS from 8/6} post free. Write for catalogues, it will pay you." CONCERTINAS from 4/6 post free. Write for catalogues, it. will pay you.' Anglo-German ■ and 'English CONCERTINAS from 25/-, post free. Write for catalogues, it will pay you. " MOUTH ORGANS from 3d. Write for catalogue#. It will p*y you. VIOLINS from 5/- Write for- catalogues, it will pay you. MANDOLINS from 26/- Write for catalogues, it ' will pay you. CUITARS from" 12/6. 1 Write for- cata logaes, itwill pay ;you, BANJOS from 25/ Write (or cat*- ■ togues, it will paf you, . ./•« FLUTES A PICCOLOS from 4/- Writ#; for catalogue^, ; It will p»y you. AUTO HARPS from 12/6. ' ; Wnt...

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GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 7 September 1901

GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOE SEPTEMBER."'" *' Bs A. LiNDSDOWNE, Qnulbarn. The late soaking general rains have pat now life' into growers. The land ia in fine condition for cropping, and no time should be lost in getting in large areas of all fodder and other crops that they may get a good early sjtart. Be sore to cultivate well and deeply,' and give to all land ani orops suit able'mamum Mangels are a fodder crop that should be largely gpown, and make splendid winter feeqL for all cropB. The promise is for further good rains.' We may yet expect some frosts, snow, and cold weather, but warn at times, and some thiihr der. All tender seeds and plants must be sheltered for a time. Kitchen Garden.—9ow parsnips, lettuce, peas, carrots, cabbage, beet, radish, cress, rhubarb, onions, celery, broad beans, and spinach. Under shelter or in warm places —tomatoes red ruby and large red are the beet) melons, cucumbers, squnslies, marrows, pumpkins, and sweet corn. At end of month—French, butter, ...

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

It will be uso by advertisement that J. G. Morris ^nt) Co.btve removed their Auction Boom. Bar. farther particulars see ad*t. QaTr(«Pr(Yent Pnenmohia^ Ton have good reason to (ear an attack of pneu monia, when you have asevere cojd,, accompanied Iwpwnai^ the; chest or- in thebeok between the shoflldera. Get '.a bottle of CHamberlain'n -Cough Bemedy and use it as directed and i{ will prevent the threatened attack. . Amongst the. tens of thou sande wbo have used this Remedy (or. (olds and, la grippe, *0 have yet to learn of a single oase that has resulted in pneumonia, which shove that this Bern edy is a certain preceptive of that dangerons disease. For sale by D. Morgan, .C^emiat. gowwl. ■ .' •

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A Tree of Death. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 7 September 1901

A Tree of Death, BY A BANKER. In that lavishly eurichcd garden of the •world, the tropic isle of Java, which boun teous Naluro has so freely adorned add Jbeau iifiod, and whore the vegetable world'pro Tides such an abundant and teeming'wealth of sumptuous and snperb luxuriance; per " Laps the most striking of all theSe' leafy wonders is (ho deadly Upas tree,^around which have clustered so many 'myths and fables, crediting it with' powers more nox ious and detsructive than thoso of any dra gon, or oilier murderoijs monster. *•'. "• Until this more enlightened age, it , was generally believed that nV Animal life conld exist within fifte'en" riiileS of this lethal denizen of the woods: If a bird ventnredtfitli-*" in its baneful influence; its flight was sudden ly arrosted, and' it felli suffodaied, to the ground. ' Any animal straying" vvithin the deadly radius paid the penalty of venturing into that forbidden' circle with its life. Even fishes could nbt'oxist in any of' the Tvaters; a...

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W. C. T. U. DIPSOMANIA, by COULSON KERNAHAN. (Concluded). [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 7 September 1901

"W. C. X. u." DIPSOMANIA, by C.OULSON Keknahan. iGonolnded). In tho toils. That the sudden and total cessation of. a ibnbit to/which I had accustomed" inyself 'for years would require fen effort 'on my part, and would leave me restless and' unsettled, J had fully expected, but I could not hive believed that the bold the'thing 'had upon ajo'waa'Bo fast as it now proved to be'. :'Bnt I determined to shako myself free, once and for all, from everything in the shape of idrink. ■ I passed a restless flight,'and awoke toext morning feeling nervous and depress ed, but strong in my resolution.' I tried"1 to stimulate my brain by strong tea and coffee in the plaoe of whisky; what I wrote was flabby and feeble, that when I read it over In the afternoon, I thrust it impatiently into ihe fire'. • 1 • • The next day I discovered that the crav; :ing for drink, instead of decreasing as time ivonfc on, war becoming stronger and more cqntinudns. " " 1 " "• •• " - •••> : "Just ;a<) a dr...

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

" (CONFIDENCE. A man who lias' confidence in what he "lias to eiiow or grihibit can talk to bis fel low-mnn straight, and tellhihiallabd^it his wonderful possessions. 'Moreover)' the spaecli of a confident mbn catches oil, aud ,infloerices the hearer; adii that is wiry thSj • Sydney £lycloraroa manage^' gives ever pub- j Jiciiy tb the great an'd marvellous show' he ; presides over opposite the R'e<jfel'n Bailway Station. Be UribiyB the genuineness of his production of Jerasatem. His Boer war i'clics are facts in'themselves, and the artists _ engaged for lies Hall of Mysteries and Ciue ' iiiatograpli'ure''<v:jthsut'reproach.: So he has confidence to toll all people that the show.tR 'i sopd one ; arid tiny of our readers Who neglect to see the sights of. the Cyelor ama during their visit to town will regret it only once, and that for ever. —A.I. - ,Aia who stiiwut lioia wehlf digctiuou ahould oat' Itiulicrford's mult bread, it is biglilj' recommended. for (9 -* »...

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