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

New Ittaristrates. f 470 new magistrates bare beeb appointed!. Among the nappea are the following of local interest:— . * ■ J. II. Ramsden, Bow'ral, J. T. Hayter, Robertson. J. Lomsden, sen., Kangaroo Valley, " Herbert J. Ramsey, Barber's Creek. ' A. K. D. Yonge, Burrawaug. E. Smith, Bnrrawaiig. J, Sheil, Mittagoog.

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

Chronic Diarrhoea. Mr.O.B. Wingfield, of Fairpl&y, Mo., U.S.A., who-suffered from ohronlo dysentery for thirty-Jive years, says Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera *nd Diarrbare Bemedy, did. him more gaodtb&n any other medioine be had ever uaad. For sple by D. Morgan,. Chemist, Bowral.: 0 Bowral, that was up in arms against a school tank until the duatwaskupoked out qf it—and the mat—and the locustshow often have we been amused at your terrible short-sightedness all the same—all the same—by alloying a few cesspits to remain in the very' centre of the town—cesspits that by their filth and atenoh must percolate, and contaminate the immediate vicinity- far more than the two poor locusts ooald have done to the sohool water. There abould be consistency. We thought cesspits were to be done away with long long ago; but lo and behold a few remain with us etill, wbicb shows therp is more work for tbe purifier of pnbljo morals. Up and at it at once.

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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SERVICES TO-MOBBOW. Church of England. SS. SIMON AND JUDE, BOWRAL. 14th Sunday after Trinity. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 7 September 1901

8.ERyiGBS TO-MOBBOW, Church of Bttqland. 88. 8IM0N AND JODE, BOWIIAL. . 14th Sunday after Trinity. Services 11 and 7 . ■ Preachcr, thp'ftcctoj. ' ' WIHOECARMBBKB. ' . Burrawang )1(U. Mittagong8,Xangaloon.T ''' i ' . . Wttleyap p/iurcfr. •: . Rowral, Bet. K. A. Corner 11, R«». M. Madder/if 7 Wttagdag. Ber. M. Maddfito '{SMnment), Jl, ,$ey " K.A,Corner? '"V Uoai Vate,'B«T. M. Maddarn 8 Kangaloon, Bav. F. J. Branob ' ' - ' " &£yr« Vale, Bev. F..J. BranohiJ : Primitive,Meinqdiit Ohtfreh. Bowral, Rev. A. W. Psrton ljf aqd7 Bumlanoon.Mr. /. 'fi. Podtqbre 11, Mr. J. Beeye 7 fenroae, Mr. X. Harris# • Fre^huterian Chtfreh. MiUHgOUgll -* Bowral 8.8Q and 7 . ReV. O. A. Oordoo, • . Roman Catholio Church, f Mittagong 9, Bpwra) 11 . Fr* ®Vwtyn.* fialvation Army. Barracks, Oddfellows' Hall, Bowral, 7 and 11 s.tp. 3 #nd 7 p n>- EQ«ign Isabel DuffeU.

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

Having a Bnn on Obiiiiiberliiln's Cougfc Kettedr* • ' Between the hoara of eleven o'otoak a.m. and closing time at night od Jan. 3otb; "1901, - A. Fl Clatk, druggist, Glade Springs, Va.,.U,.S.A., sold ' twelve bottles of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Hessya, I.oever handled a medicine that sow, better or gave better satisfaction tV my custoitters:'.'/ This Remedy has been i'n-general:t>6& iir^Virginia" far many years, and the people there 'wre well, acquainted with it* excellent qualities. --Mm? "cif them have testified tottie reqaftrkabjecureswhioh.il has effected.. When you "need a 'Roo •},■reliable medicine for a counh or eotd,'or-attaeK of- the. grip, use Ohamberlain'sCough Beraady and you are cer tain to he mora pleased/ with the quick. cure which it afiords. For sale'.by D. M'wain, ' r.!'^rr-: Bow* ni,

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Bowral Weekly Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 September 1901

Bowrai "Weeltly Sales'. Messrs J: Gcjodfellow and Co. report having sold at the Bowral weekly sales on Saturday last: Young roosters 3/6 to 3/11, did ditto, to 2/3 ; pallets 2/8 to 2/11, old hens 1/6 to 2/8 ; bacon 6&d. by..the. side, oranges 1/6 to 2/1 per half case, mandar 'ins ljio to 2/1, lemons 1/10 to 2/10, pota toes 5/6 to 6/6 : Austrian chairs 2/6 each ; other" lines of furniture at satisfactory: rates.

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Sydney College of Music [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 September 1901

Sydney College of Music In another column.attention is drawn by advertisement to the Annnnl Musical Ex aminations of this college, ' Several of the -young people of ,tbe district have in punt years been successful in passing these .ex aminations, and hold certificdteo from tho college'to that effect. The entries close on next Saturday, nnd any information will be Given witb pleasure by the hon. looftl soaro tary -Mri. Cecil Comptcm.

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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United Friendly Societies' Demonstration. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 September 1901

United Friendly ^ocicjjcs' Qenionslratioii. The general committee met tit Mr. W. R. Farrow's residence on Monday evening. Mr. Jos. Stokes (proBident) occupied tlio chair, and tljere were 17 other delegates present—viz., Messrs. W. R. Farrow (gen. ijee.), J. A. Moses, A. Bender, A. Bermnn, W.J. Lake, T. S. Pi©?ott, W. Savoll, R. Losobj','J. Beavari, W. Beer, J. Ryan. -H.* Clnlds; A. Sweaney, W. W. Smith, J. J. McDonald, T. E. Oope. nnd G. Marks. * • Correspondence. Frpm Mr. F. Berinan, stating tliat the Moss Vale Baud was not able to piny on the day of llip sports, owing to some of the beet players being absent from the district. ,-From the Principal Under-Secretary, stat ing tbat the day on which . the"'Hospital Sports are to be held (7th October) has been proclaimed a public holiday in the police district of Berrima. Resolved, that the secretary write to the Minister for Education, asking hitn to grunt "a special holiday for nil die public schools of the B,erriina District on 7th O...

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Sympathetic References. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 September 1901

Sympathetic References. Needless to sayvthe residents of, Bow-, ral were greatly shocked on receipt of tlie news on Saturday evening of the attemp ted assassination; o^ the Americen Presi dent. . At the Wesleyan Church, Bowral, on Sunday-evening the Rev M. "Maddefn re ferred to the startling event, and said that r the sympathy of every., member of the English nation would be extended to their kinsmen in America on tl^is occasion. An address expressing loyalty to. his Majesty King Edward VII. has been receive ed fi'om the inhabitants of Johannesburg signed by some 3500 persons.

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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SUTTON FOREST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 September 1901

SUTTON FOREST. On iWednesday afternoon last a library, was formally opened at the public school by Lady-Irines. The chair was occupied hy Mr.: John Badgery and the proceedings, were of an interesting nature. ^Tenders are to be. invited immediately for repairs to the Robertson police quart ers.

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SMOKE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 September 1901

THE SMOKE CONCERT. In the evening the visitors were enter-, tained at a- siyoke cQncertv at ,the. .'Sana torium Flotel. There were . upwards of 40 present. Mr. J. D. Wood (president, of the Warriors) occupied the chair, and in a very appropriate speech proposed the Albion Park footballers which was; drunk with.musical .honors. Mr. -Burton, the Albion Park skipper,p.rop'osed the Rohert san footballers, vv.hich toast was similarly honored. Other: toastswhich; vyere dis posed of-were : The Referee, the. Gap, tains, Host and J-Iostess, -and the Presi-'. dent. The musical portion of the. programme was cpntributed. by Messrs' G.ilbert, Gilli gan, Budgen, Leslight,: Wood, ^Boulton, Baudford, Burton, and Fryer. The pro' ceedings terminated about 11 p.m. The visitors left' for home on ' Sunday.i morning,^ and all seemed as though. they? had had " a jolly good time."

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GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 September 1901

garden and field calendar for September! By A. IiANDSDOWNE, Goulburn. The late soaking general rains have put new life into growers. The land is in fine condition for .cropping, and no time should be lost in getting in large .are^s of all fodder and other crops that they may 'get a "good early start. Be sure to cultivate well and deeply, and give to all laud aui crops Bait able manures. Mangels are a fodder prop; that should be largely grown, and make splendid wjiiter feed for all crops. The promise is for further good rains. We may yet expect some frosts, snow, and cold weatber, bat warm at times, and some thun der. All teuder seeds and plants must bo. sheltered for a time. ' Kitchen Garden.—Sow parsnips, lettuce, I jpeas, 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* best) melons, cucumbers, squashes, Narrows,. pumpkins, and sweet corn. At end of; month—French, but...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 September 1901

FOOTBALL. The Robertson Warriors and a team from Albion Park engaged in a football match on the former's ground on Saturday afternoon last, resulting in a draw, neither side scoring. Tlie game from the com mencement was very evenly contested. In the first half the visitors made things very warm for the home team. .■■■■: r.Iir. the second half the Warriors got over the line, but the referee not being able to • see whether the try was a fair oqe ^ave a L yards kick. The'game was very rough, nearly everyone bearing the football trade mark at the finish. • >

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Railway Information. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 September 1901

Railway Information. Passenger trains arrive at Botyaj 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 5.33 p.m., Saturday only 7.58 p.m. daily, Saturday and Sunday excepted . 9.28 p.m., Saturday'only Passenger trains leave Bowrat for Sydney 3.6 a.m. daily, Monday excepted 6.56 a.m. Sunday pnly, stops Mjttagong and Strathiield only 7.3 a.m. daily, Sunday excepted.. 8.29 a.m. daily, Sunday and Monday excepted, stops Mittagong and Strathtield only 8.31 a.m. Monday only, stops Mittagong, Picton, Granville, and Strathtield only. 1.86 p.m.. daily', Sunday excepted.

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ROBERTSON. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 September 1901

ROBERTSON No. 2 West Camden Half Squadron N.S.W. Lancers will parade at Robert son to-day (Wednesday) at 2.30 p.m. Dress : Mounted Drill Order with ban dolier and all arms. The weather has been mild during the past few. days, but we require more rain before we can expect a good season.

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NOTES. THE PARLIAMENT OF PEACE, [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 September 1901

NOTES, THE PARLIAMENT OF -PEACE, An almost church-yard peace possesses i the Federal Parliament, A collection of Senators is as -calm as a congregation .of, Quakers, and a sitting of the House of Representatives resembles a coifrt room when a learned judge is delivering bis de cision, .Federal legislators wear a solemn visage, and any vivacipus development is frowned down with mournful unanimity. Nobody has called another a tyarj .pr in-; vited him to come'outside and say it again. "There has been no plugging in or near the premises, and the sergeant-at arms fills a sinecure. When members differ with each other they dp so pro foundly and apologetically £ ion'e that ] seems to say that they will never do so again if they get forgiveness. Members speak with diffidence, and reporters have to crane their ears to catch the murmured remarks. When a Senator or JR^piiesen-; tative rises he looks around to see to whom he should give way, and while on hif feet he is the personification of cou...

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MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 September 1901

MITTAGONG. ' v ' ■ Mr. G. E. Vincent was: successful, in putting four of his pupils through the ex amination in the theory of music held in June last in Sydney, viz.,—Intermediate : Honors—Louise Roty 93 marks. Junior Pass : Lily Spencer, 100 ;<• Ethel Troy 1 100 ; arid Anna Coffey, 98. These ex- 1 ceptionally high passes reflect great crcdit ] on the efficiency of Mr, Vincent as a teacher. . " v.: ■' ■ ' . Mr. Clarke, the new master' at the Mittagong; superior public .school,'"com-, menced duties on Tuesday last, and was formally \yelcqmed by the Rev. ,Dr. Rut ledge. " ' ' At the Mittagong tennis court during the .past week Miss Gwenda Richards was the recipient of a gold brooch presen ted by the members as a memento of her connection with the club.

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A WAR OF ENDURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 September 1901

A WAR OF ENDURANCE. A cable has it that Lord Kitchener says " that the end of the was :is not near, 'but great progress 'is being 'made. He says it will be a ipatjter ofijme apd wearing the enemy out," ' Recent cables indicate that! Kitchener's proclamation 'has had no effectupon the Boer leaders, and messages; for a month past mention unimportant: engagements with light casualties on either side. So Kitchener's statement about the end not being near about sums up the situation. Kitchener's protest con :qern>J3g /'fajyand medically jjnfit levies being sent a« ifeomanry'' is answered by the explanation that " a few men had been substituted by trickery for those who had passed the riding and shooting tests." But Kitchener would .hardly have made a: protest over a few m,en. A. few men of; the hardiest contingents fall ill or become; unfit during transport. It now remains to be seen what will happen after the 15th September, the time allowed )by jtfye pro clamation. Kitchener says hi...

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BURRAWANC. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 September 1901

"" BURRAWANC. ' On Friday evening'next the returned South African soldiers will be accorded a . first-class social, and during the evening will he presented with gold medals by Mr. Alex Campbell, M.P. The receipts of the recent concert Held for the purpose of raising funds for the medals amounted to ^■9.14/9. ■ . . *

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A MOTOR CAR TRIP [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 September 1901

A MOTOR pAJ$ TRIP Two commercial travellers—Messrs, F. Kirby (representing Messrs. W. 8. Friend and Co., Sydney,), and Mr. J. W. Knowsley (representing Messrs. I). Mitchell and Go, Sydney)—on Tuesday started oq a Ipngthy: journey from Ooulborn ou a motor car, witbi tbe object of testing tbe snitnbility of such vehicles for commercial pnr popes. The journey will embrace the Manaro, Braidwood, and South Coast districts, and will extend a distanoe; of 800 Bjilea. A Winton <;ar, suppled by the Win ton Woods Automobile Co., of Sydney, will be vjsed. It is a four-wheeled: and will carry three passeogers. It weighs 12owt, and is driven by gasoline, tbe motor being eight-horse >power. The vehicle has already accomplished some taugthyjonrneys in America, and has negotiated the Rocky Mountains. Mr. W. Cole (eleptrioian of the Winton Woods Company) will be in charge of the vehicle for the present jjrjp. Tbe journey is the longest yet undertaken in Australia,7 and should it be suc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 September 1901

Tea! Tea !! WE always hnve on hand new shipments of specially prepared Ceylon, Indian, and .Cliina Teas to suit our pustomers. We also Ifeep the bent Coffee, Cocoa, and Eesenco o£ Coffee. If you have not tried out Tea, send for sample, free oa application. We have the Flavoring Tea in lib,, 2}b,. and 01b. boxes. Fjipe—$/ per lb. (No Agent EjnpJoyod.) J. A. MOY & GO. 545 George-street, Sydney. B. Dunwoodie, Monumental Masop, '■ BOWBA.tr ' 8241

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