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CONSUMPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 September 1901
CONSUMPTION. .r \A Victorian doctor has - spoken 'ouf strongly, as follows ;—'Lit must lie point ed out that it is well nigh impossible to ^prevent consiimptiyes. .,expectorating in' the streets and in'parks, and one can see abundant evidence of this. To. thorough ly appreciate the danger from, this source, as much as .a pint or more is in some cases expectorated in the twenty-four hoursby.a single,patient.;.' Thisi'expector a'ted matter, mingling'with the dust- when dried by the sun, is driven about by the wind, and is being constantly inhaled by: the people who frequent the park, mostly young children and their nurses, who are the most susceptible. The housing to gether of a number of tuberculosis' patients helps to.concentrate the mischief and is a source of danger to the patients themselves, and is opposed/ to modern, up-to-date medical- teaching, and should never be tolerated or encouraged.. t * .Climate canhoVarid'never' will cure, con-' ■sumplioH."- I--say this in opposition ...
AN AGED COUPLE'S TRECK. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 September 1901
AN AGED COUPLE'S TRECK. A brave old couple arrived in Mary borough (Q.),-on Saturday - (says the " Wide Bay and Burnett News " of Aug*, ust 29). The husband is' a sturdy old 1 man of 82 years of age, and his wife .ison the shady, side of 70. - The pair are "on iithef ;,,w^llahy/r . ',andi already • they- have, travelled over 200 miles, carrying all their belongings in a dray, fitted with sapling shafts. ' Their live stock consists of three horses, about half a dozen goats, I and several pet poodle dogs.: The spirit | of adventure has animated them, and they: l are searching for a: congenial Canaan,: whereupon to pitch their tent and squat. The husband has been over 70 years in Australia. After arrival- here, he was making inquiries as to Pialba, as from all : accounts he thought it was an attractive place, and the pair intended making pialba their next;place of call. -Needless to .say, the strange "trek" has aroused considerable interest along the country' roads. ^ >•_ "
WORKS COMMITTEE FEES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 September 1901
WORKS COMMITTEE FEES. A return was laid on the table of - the Assembly on Wednesday showing the names of members of the present "As sembly who have-been- members of, the Public Wprks Committee, and the amouut of fees paid'to each. ■' The following par ticulars are'given :—Mr. McCourt, ^963 18/-; Mr. Brunker, (appointed to the first committee by reason of his acceptance of office of minister for lands, did not take his seat as a member); Mr. H. Clarke, ^1653 15/ ; Mr. Dick, £1515 3/-; Mr. Farnell, £1 ogg 18/-; Mr.Fegan, ^"1745 2/-; Mr.' Gormly, /"343 7/-: Mr. Hayes, 11/- ;Mr. J. Hurley, ^434 14/-; Mr. Lee, £2657 11/-; Mr.'L,4vieri,^i048,i9/Mr. Mc^arlane, ^782 5/?; Mr.' D. O'Connor, ^"1404 18/-; Mr. O'Sullivan, ^"1458 9/- ;■ Mr. Perry, ^"409 10/-; and Mr. ■ VVrignt, ^x6iS if-. ■'
Tea Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 September 1901
,'2Cca fftecling. Last year's Tea Meeting was'so suc cessful that it lias been' dccided- to hold another orie.this year. . The date lixcd for it is .Wcdnesday25th inst,. -We trust that everyone will:co-operate to make it a huge success. "The'last one was in aid ofJ the Debenham Memorial,'Vestry. 'The pro ceeds of this one will go towards the Churchwardens'Fund. :
VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 September 1901
VARIETIES. The city of Mexico is without chimneys. AH tho cooking is done in Dutch ovens. \ Lord Milner once remarked :—"I think I could speak if some one would only hit mo in the eye." He should ait in the If.S.Wj Parliament for a session. • Lady subscribers to Narrabri School of Arts bavej.ep.i, given the exclusive uso of the billiard room ou two afternoons during the week. EJier Itoyal Highness Womau is being slowly, but surely, emancipated. v Judge Murray says lie has often noticed how one poor woman talking to anol.hor in some comparatively quiet street is ordered .to movo .oni while certfiin oilier people can obstruct the basiost thoroughfares as they like. ! Cumden Municipal . Council's, financial position.! Credit balance, ;G80"l'ls 7d.—The' council-is cpiisidering: a proposal1 to ;light" the town with vapour gas..,,A- vote .of the ratepayers will probably bo'tiikeu ib connec tion with the matter. A lady residortt of New Smith Wales has offered to give £2300 towards the ; er...
ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION PRESIDENT McKINLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 September 1901
ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION ■ —01? — PRESIDENT McKINLEY. ■. ' For the third tim? within comparatively recent years a President of- the United;* States has fallen a'victim to the assassin's bullet, though.in the present case there is ground for'hope that -the: result; of the crime maynot be fatal, but the President's ] i condition is one of great danger. The i i shooting of President McKinley is a crime | I harder to understand,thaii 'was the, mur-.i I der of Lincoln'in 1S65, or that of Garfield I in 1S81. The,present crime is shrouded i in mystery. -The assassin declares there was no plot, that he is an anarchist, ■ and thought the best way to end the present .methods of government was to kill Mc Kinlcy. _ _, , ■' Following are pa'rticularsof the attempt ed assassination of President McKinley on Friday last . , London, Sept. 6. j An attempt to assassinate President McKinley was made to-day at the Ex hibition Buildings, Buffalo,^on the eastern .shores of Lake Erie, in.the" state of New Y...
[?] Memoriam. MR. CHARLES NASH, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 September 1901
fHemavtam.' ' MR. CHARLES NASII, J.P. - Our readers will regret to learn* that Mrs. Stanley Howard, who. has' been ;so lqng identified with every good, work in: this'Parish, has jus^.-received-news:'of the" death, of her - father, . Mr. Charles ^Mash. The leading paper of Bristol in an obituary ' :notice speaks of Mr. Nash as.having occu pied one of- the-foremost .positions; in ;the commercial life of that city for 'fully half a century, and also bears testimony to his business ability, his probity; his excellent judgement, his amiabJe disposition, his suavity of manner, his extreme courtesy, his . incomparably good temper-under all circumstances of business-tor social life; Mr. Nash was essentially a public man; and too'k a leading part in every ^move ment for.the progress of Bristol.-/He-was vice-chairman of the Avon mo nth:.. Dock Company, was president of the Chamber of Commerce in 1874 and-1875. and; 3 member of the City Council.:. He'was'Oiv the executive committee of the Form...
Young Men's Association. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 September 1901
33oyng fflcti's glssactnlioit. This admirable Institution, under the, Presidency of'Mr. H. E. Jones, held its Annual Meeting on Wednesdays the '7th of last1 month. It has. been pronounced' to be one of tlie best Annual Meetings ever held. .A splendid ^spirit pervaded the whole meeting; Mr.: Jones gave - a verj* stirring and impressive address on Love —based upon :the 13th Chapter :of the rEirst -Epistle:: to the Corinthians.'>■; His message was'deeply Spiritual, and the right thing at the» right moment. ; ■ - The Members.;of the Mall' presented. Mr: Jones;,as a slight recognition of all he. had done forthem, with aPortkble Kero sene Stove, a Dressing-Ca'se; and-a set of Gold Studs. And they also presented Mr. Jones's Caretaker, Mr.Waine, who is ever courteous and obliging to the-Members,; with a purse of sovereigns, The Hall was crowded in every pa,rt, and at the con clusion :cheers were given for Mr. and Mrs. Jones and Mrs* Todd.
Girls' Working Party. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 September 1901
ffiicts1 ffiJRodtmg ^ariu. • Under very happy auspices was. the newv Working Party started on Wednesday last at theCommercialBank, where all future meetings will be held by kind permission of Mrs. Gavin George. Mrs."' Wilkinson has been greatly pleased > with the ready response,to her invitation for help. • Miss Brush; who is most experienced in the kind ofiWork the yonnger girls are- to do, has promised to take charge of the ' meet ings with the assistance of a ljand of help.r, ers whose enthusiasm-over,-thte; proposed Stall for the Sale of Work in January . is quite a delight. Further details, will: be given next: month. Miss Mary-Howard is Hon. Sec., and v will- bev glad; to receive namesu of -any . wishing to join who do not belong, already.'to any; ex isting Work Meetings. Miss Vera Roylc is' :Hon. Treasurer, and- donations; may be ■gent" to her at Annerley, or to the'Rectory.
ANIMALS ARE NOT EASILY DECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 September 1901
ANIMALS ARE NOT EASILY , DECEIVED. It is a singular fact," said- the 'manngm of a .well-known travelling show to a writer on the occasion of a recent, interview, that the tricks and illusions that w'o use to .roysr tify audioncQB do not deceive animals for a momontj «ud I have proved this peculiarity over and' over again/ 'A few--yeni's Migo, wbilo we were travelling it) Scotland, I had what is known as the " Mystic Maze.' It was • simply a small room filled with mirrors, ,8a arranged • that you seemed to be in a narrow corridor, full of turns. It was very puzzling, and Lu'sed to get-lost in it myself, but it never bothered ray; dog ■ a moment..: He would'run; through it from pud to'end at full speed and never bump ngainat a mirror. I remember, too, some ■ thing ou the same- line not long ago.. A friend of mine .was running a small show in . the Norih of Enaland, and had' an' illusion which ho called The flaunted Swing., You get in what seems to be au ordinary swing, Tiling in the c...
W. C. T. U. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 September 1901
W. €. T. U. The monthly executive meeting of: the Bowral branch of the W.G.T.U. was held at. the residence of Mrs. Howard Reed on ^Friday-.afternbpn vla§tIthe'president,s Mrs. "Maddern,"occupying the'chair.. - The triin lites of last meeting: were read . and \ con firmed, ' and correspondence 'readrand dealt with. One new member was.re ceived into the Union. It was decided .if possible tp hold the dnnual-t!public meet ing somewhere about the end of the month,. the .,d^te,.,to . be.^-fixed i later .0.011; There was also a discussion as to ihe ad visability .ofJiolding a-series .of rpeetings in Mittagong,'* Moss Vale, and 'Bowral aboutthe third, week in October';1 when' Mrs. »Alway," "Victorian organizer for W.C.T.U."Work,will probably be able to visit Bowral and conduct the meetings. Mrs. Ward, Mrs. Garrad, and Mrs. Pryce Jones,>vere elected vice presidents for the 3rear. Other business in connection with the annual Convention to .take: place- in' Newtown next, month being dispose...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 September 1901
. Chronic Diarrhoea. Mr. C. B. Wingfield, of Fuirplay, Mo., U.S.A., who suffered from chronic dysentery for thirty-five years, oaya Chamberlain's Oolio, Cholera, and Diarrhoea Remedy,' did him more good than auy other medicine he bad ever used. For sale by D. Morgan, Chemist, Bowral. - ■ A. W. BEER'S BOWRAL BICYCLE DEPOT, Free Press Office. All Cyclists'Requisites Stocked. Dunlop Tyres 27/6 per pair, tubes 7/6 ea. ; Repairs immediately attended to. W. WHITE, FAMILY BUTCHER, Hoddle - St., Roljertson. QRDEKS CALLED FOR AND PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TQ. 760
MARRIED FIVE HUNDRED TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 September 1901
MARRIED FIVE HUNDRED TIMES. ' To'*Ke' married six times during the honeymoon is an &lt; experience' that comes to few. Foiir years ago a village youth and his..sweetheart* visiting a Michigan town, noticed a furniture dealers adver tisement oflering a drawing room suite to any couple that consented to to be married puWically in his shop. They secured the suite. /.Going on their \vedding.Ntrip to an Ohio'town, they noticed a similar adver isement there, and repeated the perform ance. '"Then the idea struck the husband that he might arrange these matters him self, and in two weeks he had persuaded six dealers in various towns to emulate.tlie others. -'Nominally the couple won. a> specified prize at each place, but they peally received a cash consideration arranged- beforehand.^ . So.it. has gone on. ever since. ' The' couple "now claim to have been married 500 times. »' • •
United Methodist Conventions. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 September 1901
• "United Metliodist- . CoMvewtioxs. As will be seen by advertisemen the above Convention will be held n.ext week, iGth, 17th, and iSth- inst. s The meetings will be. held in the Primitive Methodist and Wesleyan Methodist Churches alternately. The Rev. , J. W. Holden, President of the Primitive Metho dist Church, and a representative from the Sydney Endeavour Union will attend a.nd assist; in conjunction with the minis ters and laymen of the churches concern ed. The services will be held at 3 and 7i30 p.m. each day. Members of other , churches are'cordially invited- to attend the meetings. The,Convention is intend ed to provide a spiritual, preparation for the coming union.
Proposed Orchestral Society. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 September 1901
Proposed^ 'Orchestral Society. A preliminary meeting was held at Mr. Ebb. Davis's on Monday evening-last for, the purpose of discussing the proposal re. forming an Amateur Orchestral Society in Bowral. It was decided by th.os,e pre sent'tq.inaugurate the Spciety, it being considered that the formation, of such would tend to benefit the town generally. ■Mr. W. Valentine was appointed lion, sec. pro;tem. A further meeting will be held at Mr. Davis's on Thursday evening, 19th insl. at>7'.30," when all interested are cordially invited to be present. Watch for advertisement in next issue.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 September 1901
A Printer Greatly Surprised. " I was never so mutli surprised in my life, as 1 was with the results of using Chamberlain's Pain Balm,v says Henry X. Crook, pressman of the Asheville (N.C..U.S.A,.) Gazette. "I contracted severo. case of rheumatism early last winter by get ting my feet wet. I tried several things for it with out benefit. One day while looking over the Gazette, I noticed that Pain B.aim was positively guaranteed to care rheumatism, so bought a bottle of it and before using two thirds of it my rhoumatism had taken flight and I have not had a rheumatic pain since.," Sold by 1)1 Morgan, Chemist, Bowral,
Organ Recital at St. Jude's. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 September 1901
Organ. Recital at St. Jucle's. Qn Monday.evening last an organ recital was given in St. Judo's OInirch, by Mr. .Arthur Mnssey, or»auist of St. Barnabus' church, Sydney. There-was",a very .good attendance, and those present thoroughly appreciated the music so skilfully played by Mr. Mnssey. The euterti\iujnon,t: opened with hymn 581, "-To the name of our sal vation," which was heartily joined iu by the congregation, after, which the Rector, tho Rev. E; -Stanley Wilkinson, offered tip prayer. Mr.■ Mnssey. theij played with groat, effect." Prelude and Fugue,"' by Bueh, the great 'organ-, playing its sweetest accents. Tine sweet and sympath.etio tones of the organ must bjtve greatly impressed all, pres ent when the-solo " Ttauaeri,". by Solium man, was being played. Another organ solo, V Offertoire in F,'-' by -Batiste; was then very sweetly and effectively rendered by the Sydney organist. Yet two more organ solos were the nest items on the pro gramme* " Pastorale anck ".Posllude," both...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. Returned Soldiers' Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 September 1901
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. Returned Soldiers' Fund. Sir,—I would call tlio ntfontion of your readers to the notice of tho Gleeson Me morial Tablet, which is to bo unveiled oti Thursday next at tho closo of "the council meeting in the Town Hall. Owing to the generosity of subscribers of $ho late Returned Soldiera'Fund, and nfter - paying all the necesunry expensos at tho welcome, snfficient funds have allowed the committee to erect the abovo ' tablet in memory of a bravo comrade from this dis trict. Tho Mayor (Alderman Christie) wishes me to state the, ceremony .will natiiriilly be of a quiet character,'and any ono interested in its proceedings will bo cordially welcomed On that occasion.— -Xom;s,,iV;c., .. • | S. W. HODGE, ^ Bowi'dl,' l( .Ijtito Hon See. Sepfc, 0f 1001.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 September 1901
LOST, Saturday morning, Bowral Station, PURSE— money, return. lickot.. Reward, J. 11. l^&FRKYM^N, Qxley:stroct. - • \)2^/ \XTA^TED, by an elderly map, situation ns'caro if taker, gardeneiy 160., at n gentleman's country scat. Light work. No incumbrances. Seventeen yonra' good colonial rcfornnccs. In last plttoo 9J years. Apply tit this olHco, or Mr. Ehb. JJavis, Stationer. 027. ON SATURDAY NEXT, Sop. lath, QoodfoUow nnd Co. will soli Tubs, Buckots,Crockery-, waro.-Eiianiolware, Brushware, Tinware, Cnrpcn-. tor's Tools, Fruit, Bacon, Furniture, Poultry. 02G FOR SALE OR TO LET, CONVENIENT B1UOK COTTAGE, . lntoly " occupied by Mrs." Ryder, Full particulars on application to MRS. JDUPREZ, "Riolimond Cot-, tago,',' Bowral. 871 Returned Soldier's' Fund. THE » GLEESON MEMORIAL 'J'A RIVET » will be nnvoiled hy the Mayor of Bowral on THURSDAY NEXT, September 12, in tlm Town Hall, at 8.30 p.m. ' S.- W. HOlXiE, ' 930 (late) Hon. Sec. SYDNEY COLLEGE OF MUSIC* WARDEN: HEOTOH It. MACLEAN,...