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TIED HOUSES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 14 September 1901

TIED HOUSES.. The select .committee appointed toinquiro into the question of "tied " bouses was on Tuesday blocked from obtaining from the local excise officer the quantities of beer from each brewery upon which rebate .is allowed on account of it being unfit for consumption. Tbe officer submitted a -telegram from Mr. Kingston, federal minister for customs, authorising the general total to be given, but not the specific number of gallons re ceived from each brewery. Later >iu the day Mr. J. T. Toohey, M.L.G., pleaded not to have,to.state tho quantity of beer upon which his firm had rebates -last year. He did so on the ground that it was disclosing the affairs of Messrs. J. T. and' J. Toohey JLimited, to the .public. The question was not pressed. Mr. Toohey could not see that' tbe public would be any better off from his firm's point of view if " tied " houses were dope away with, as the firm supplied- good beer and wines and spirits - at~prie.es that could not be bettered in this ...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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POST OFFICE INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 14 September 1901

POST .OFFICE INQUIRY. The Parliamentary Select Committee ap pointed to "inquire into and report upon nl: eged irregular and improper delivery of let ters and telegrams afc the post office met - at Parliament House,on Tuesday, Mr. Affleck presiding. Mr. Crick (formerly State Post •master-Geueral) was present ao a* member, of the committee. • , t William Wilson, the first witness* man ager of the telegraph branch of the poit office, said he knew nothing of any.telegrads., about the Coniugham case going out of• the: office. . j The chairman stated that lie rin'teridod to summon Cardinal Morati and a«k him if lie had ever seen a certain telegram. Mr. Crick: You are.not going to drag tlio Cardiuul here as a witness without having some grounds for it. The Chairman : Well, 'when he comes here wo can ask him if he has . seen this tek'gram. If he says "no," very good.'; there's an end of it J Air. Crick: You might as well nsk the Kiug of England here. Lay some grounds' to show .that this tel...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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SALARIES OF LADY TEACHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 14 September 1901

SALARIES OF LADY TEACHERS. . A. large number of third-class lady assis tant .teachers met at Qnong Tart's Eliie Hall, Sydney, to consider (lie question of the salaries paid to them. It appeared from the discussion (.hat iu 1898 their .salaries in common with those of all ranks of public sohool teachers, were reduced, and now range from £90 to £104 per annum, while prior to that date they were set down ,at £114. Eecoutly the Minister fot Education restored the salaries of many ranlis^.in" th'e. service, and this action was'.spolten^.pf iiii! terms of approbation ; but those o^tiiVthircT ! class lady aasistiiuts, were, '.left.,untouched;' It wa's felt that tlieiir duties were quite aijd^ nous enough to merit, the favourable; "ctiy-. sideratiou of the authorities, and a raotion was carried to the the effect that the Minis ter bo requested to receive a deputation on the subject. The members of tho deputa tion were appointed at the meeting. .. .

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CONFESSION OF CZOLGOSZ. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 14 September 1901

CONFESSION OF CZOLGOSZ. Gzolgosz litis signed a confession made to tho policc. Ho says tliufc his parouts nro Russian Poles, and arrived in the United States in 1850. I-Ie was educated in public 80I100I8 in Detroit, Michigan. Latterly lie has been a wireworker at tho Cleveland Mills. Anarchists iu the Western citie^ are among his friends. - Misforlnnes.made him moruso and envious, but what started; his craze to kill was a lecture by Miss Emma Goldman, of Cleveland, in which she declar ed that all rulers should be exterminated. He came to Buffalo, vaguely resolving to do something heroic. ®he resolution to shoot President McKinley seized him on Tuesday, and was irresistible. He bought a 82r6ali bre revolvor, and was near the President several times, but the great concourse of people made him afraid, and if arrested he would lose his chance. He, therefore, con cealed the pistol in his handkerchief, and waited in the first line of spectators in the temple of music, facing McKinley; He ...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 14 September 1901

VARIETIES. A Shooting Accident.—Two young' men named Duff awlSlioard loft their homes at Katoomba On Monday to go wallaby-shoot ing in the Megalong Valley, orio having a repeating rifle aud the other a breech-lond ing gun. By some means the rifle wont off shooting young Shciird dead on the spot. Very high prices for food are rilling at Kiandra, boef being £2 10s per lOOib., and flour A'14 per ton. In viow of freetrade existing at present in this state householders view with considerable alarm the prices that will have to be paid for the necessaries of life if a protectionist tariff is imposed by the Commonwealth. One of the most pleasant and profitable hours spent by a visitor to Sydney is most probably au hour at the Cyclorama.. In struction,aud eutertainment.aro most agree ably blended. Music of high class—the rendering of " The Holy City." by a sweet and exceptionally good soprano is alone worth a visit—the Cinematograph, with its spectacular aud humorous animated pic tures, one ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 14 September 1901

How to Prevent Pneumonia You have good reason to fear an attack of pneu monia, when you have a severe cold, accompanied by pains in the chcst or in the back bet\yeen the shoulders. Get "a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough* Bemedy and use it as directed and it will prevent the threatened attack. Amongst the tens of '{hot}? sands who have used this Bemedy tor colds and la grippe, we have yet to learn of a Bingle ease that has resulted in pneumonin, which shows that this Rem edy is a certain preventive of that dangerous disease. 5or Bale by D. Morgan, Chemist, Bowral. A Bad Skin Boils. Pimples. Impure Blood. Boils are simply very large pimples. The trouble is not in the skin, but down deep in the blood. You cannot have a good, smooth skin unless it is nourished by pure blood; and the only way to make your blood pure is to take a strong blood-purifying medicine. " Mr. "F. Ellian, of 370 * Rae Street, North Fitzroy, Victoria, sends us this letter and his photograph: ' " I liad a most frlghtf...

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GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR SEPTEMBER. BY A. LANDSDOWNE, Goulburn. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 14 September 1901

GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR SEPTEMBER. Bz A. Landsdowne, Gnulburn. Tho lato soaking general rains have put new life into growers. The land is in lino condition for cropping, and no time should be lost in getting in large areas of all fodder and other crops that thoy inay get a good early start. Be sure to cultivate well and .deeply, and give to all land aui crops suit able manures. Mangels are a fodder crop that should be largely grown, and make splendid winter feed for all crops. The promise is for further good rains. We may ( yet expeot spmo frosts, snow, and cold weather, but warm at times, and some thun der. All tender seeds and plants muBt be sheltered for a timo.' Kitchen G-urden.—Sow parsnips, lettuce, peas, carrots, cabbage, beot, radish, cress, rhubarb, onions, celery, broad beans, and spinach. Under shelter or in warm places —tomatoes red ruby and large red are (lie best) melons, cucumbers, squashes, marrows, pumpkins, tind sweet com. At end of mouth—French, butter, and ...

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Robertson C. C. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 14 September 1901

Robertson C. C. Mr. R. G. Ferguson presided nt tlio an nual meeting of the abovo on Wednesday evening last, held at th?. Sanatorium hotel. There was a good attendnnce. The result of last season's play showed that Mr. Norman Hall, with the highest in dividual score, had won a handsome clock presented by Mr. Nugent; and Mr. Boul ton had won a pair of cricketing trousers presented by Mr* W. R. Tressler for the best fielding. The finances of the club are satisfactory. The election of officers for the ensuing .season resulted as follows:— Patron, Mr. VV. R. Hindmarsh, jun ; pres ident, Mr. R. G. Ferguson ; vice-presidents, Messrs. J. D. Wood, J. Hamilton, jun., W. B. Keeblc, S. J. McBaron, A. E. Bwan, and J. T. Haytor .; secretary, Mr. B. Boulton ; treasurer, Mr, R. G. Ferguson ; auditor, Mr. J. D. Wood.; working committee, Mes srs. R. G. Fer°iison, B. Boulton, J. and E. Humphries, N. Hall, J. Hamilton, R. Hall; practice captaius, Messrs. J. Humphries, R. G. Ferguson* and J- Hamilton, ju...

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WHEN FATHER FILES THE SAW. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 14 September 1901

WHEN FATSEfr FILES THE SAW. When father starts to file the saw, " As oft he has to do, ' " . There is a rush for other spheres ' I Until he gets it thrqiigii. ' ! Mother drives"to a neighbor's farm, Although, it's cold and raw, .And sister takes her sewing oat When father files" the saw., '' The cat jumps off the kitchen mat And straightens neck and tail; And the dog, although he's very deaf, Sets'np a dismal wail. " ' ; And soon he follows all the rest, With fleetness in his paw ; ' } ~ For 'the soundjusfc makes your marrow oreep When father files the saw. ' ' . j When father files ijhe saw, it seems As though my time were near ; f And when he says " Here,'hold ou tight," Oh, how I'd like to clear.''' •' J' • I wish he were a minister, ' Or counsellor at law, Or sdrnethin' else, so he'd ue'er have To file another saw. Smith, jun.: I attended a chattery the other'day.' Uclne : A chattery What on earth ia a chattery?. Smith, jan.: OliV.it's what some call a conversazione, but. I don'...

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Railway Information. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 14 September 1901

Railway Information. Passkkoeii trains arrive at Bowral from Sydney : — 12.21 a.m. daily, Sundays exoepted 7 87 a.m. (Paper Train) daily, Sunday excepted 11.12 a.m., Saturday only 12.55 p.m. daily, Sundny excepted 5.83 p.m., Saturday only 7.5S p.m. daily, Saturday and Sunday excepted 9.23 p.m., Saturday only Passenger trains leave Bowral for Sydney:— 3.Ga.m. daily, Monday excepted Q.5D a.m. Sundny only, stops. Mittagong and Strathfield only 7.3 a.m. daily, Sunday excepted. 8.29 a.m. daily, Sunday and Monday excepted, stops jyjittagoug and Strathlield only 8.31 a.m.".Monday only, stops Miiiagong, Picton, Granvillo, and Strathfield only. 1.315 p.m. daily, Sunday excepted.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 14 September 1901

Having a Run on Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Between the hours of eleven o'olock a.m. and olosing time at eight on Jan. 25th, 1901, A. E. Clark, druggist, Glade SpringB, Va., .U.S.A., sold twelve bottles of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. He says, " I never handled a medicine that sold better or gave better satisfaction to my customers." This Remedy has been in general nse in Virginia for many years, and the people there are well acquainted with its excellent qualities. Man; of them have testified to the remarkable cares which it has effeoted. When you need a good, reliable medicine for a cough or cold, or attack of the grip, use Chamberlain's Cough Bemedy and you are oer tain to be more than pleased with the quick cure which it affords. For sale by D. Morgan, .Chemist, Bowral.

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W. C. T. U. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 14 September 1901

w. c. TP. V. To Moderate Drinkers. Road, mark, learn, while.it is called'to-day. ' s I take a drink when I feel like it," said a Canal-street business man to a New Or leans Times Democrat reporter, " and can't see that it has doue me any harm, but I witnessed a little episode this morning that has haunted me ever since, aud has forced me'fco do a whole lot of thinking. "I had stepped into a bar very early to get a glass, aud while it was being com pounded a middle 'aged gentleman came and asked one of the attendants to pour liim out a little plain whisky. He was carefully dressed and had all the maika of refinement and good breeding, aud his re quest was so unusual that I turned involun tarily to look at him. The bar-tender ex hibited no surprise and placed half n small glassful of whisky at' liis elbow, but the instant lie Btretched out his band I saw that the man was on the verge of a nervous col lapse." He shook like an nspen, and when he finally managed to seize the tumbler its ...

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FARM and DAIRY. DAIRYING EDUCATION IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 14 September 1901

rjllfl g DAIRY. DAIRYING EDUCATION ' ' VICTORIA. [by h. w. potts, e.c.s.] Iq presenting the following report for the year encling 30th June, 1901, to the Victorian Minister for Agriculture, Mr. Potts says:—" It is a matter of pleasure to refer briefly to the several phases of this educatjonal work, from the fact that, owing to continuous effort, our farmers and manufacturers more readily appreciate and realise the ^vantages offered by the Government to enable them to acquire a higher technical" knowledge of their avocation, the application of which bears with it corresponding monetary gains." He further continues ' Illustrated lectures on Modern E>arying have been continued during the year in as many of the districts as it was possible to reach. To suppliers, farmers, and others 68 lectures were given, with an aggregate attendance of 8237, or an average of 121 per lecture. This average is lower than last year; b.ut'it is qccoqnted for biy the reason that a special effort has been...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 14 September 1901

. President McKinley lis said to be a devot ed Methodist.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 14 September 1901

Ohroiiic l^iarj'lioca. Mr. 0. B. WiwgiielcV of Fiiii'plny, Mo., U.S.A., who suffered from chronic dysentery for tliirty-Uvo years, says Gliambeiliiin's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea.l|emi>dy, did him more good than'auy other-medicine he hud ever used. For sale by D. Morgan, Chemi&t, ^owrEtl.

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SERVICES TO-MORROW. Church of England. [?]. SIMON AND JUDE, BOWRAL. 15th Sunday after Trinity. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 14 September 1901

■SER'VIO ES TO-MORROW., Chwok of England. •as. BIMON AND JDDB, BOWBMi. IStli Sunday after Trinity. iServices 11 and 7. ' Evening subject •: " Is life , .worth Living." (Preacher,-the 'Keotor. •WISrQKCABBIBBBB. ' . SRobertson 11, E. Kangaloon 8, Burrawang 7. 'Rev. D. T. Smith. Wesley an Church. Bowral, Rev. M. Maddern 11, Mr. W. H. Jones 7 "Mittagong, Mr. W. .Richards II, Bev. if.Maddern 7 •Moss Tale, Mr. W. H. JoneB 3 (Balmoral, Rev. %. A. 'Corner 11 'Robertson, Rev. F. J. Branoh 7 :Kangaloon, Rev. T".1. 'Branoh '11 liyra Vale, Rev. P. J. Branoh'8 Primitive Methodist Church. Bowral, Mr.J.'Geary 11, Mr. D. Rutherford? ■ Bandanoon, Rev. A. W. Parton 11 and'7 , Tonrose, Rev.A. W. Parton 8 Presbyterian :Church. Mittagong 11 . . •. Bowral 3.30 and 7 Rev. G. A. Gordon, Roman Catholic Churoh. SBerrima 9, Bowral 11,Mittagong 4 Bev. Fr. Sheridan. ■Salvation Army. ©arracks, Oddfellows' Hall, Bowral, 7 and 11 a.m.' 3 and 7 p.m. Ensign Isabel Daffell.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 14 September 1901

Notice! | Notice I Last Days ! Last Days!! Your Last and only Chance of Securing BARGAIN'S at HAIG & Co.'s PROBABLY by the lot day ol Ootober, a duty equalling 15 to 20 per cent, will be imposed on every ■article you require. Notwithstanding this fact we are SLAUGHTERING OUR CO0OS REGARDLESS OF COST OR FUTURE PROFIT. Our desire is to unload our stoelc by November 1, making it worth your while to shift gome of the articles. Note the Free Trade Prices. innrl don't Forget your last and Only Chance. £00D QUALITY PANYONG TEA—9d. lb.; this is equal to way 1/-. LinoB in N.S.W. A Prime Quality Bulk Blended 1/1. and the Best Quality Ceylon raduccd to olcar, at 1/4 a lb. Best Quality WAX MATCHKS, 2/6 doz. SARDINES, 2/6 doz. Beat Quality CORN FLOUB, 3/ -dozen lbs. NEW ZEALAND SOUP. 6d. Tin. Cross & BlackwolPa BOTTLED FRUIT, 9/-, dozen. Two lb. TINS ot BEKF, 1/- WIRE NAILS, 8 IbB. 1/-. Reckitt'a Best Quality English STARCH, 3/- doz. lb. Ho-lbrook's Best Quality SAUCE, 6/- doz. G...

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B. D. Cottage Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 14 September 1901

B. D, Cottage Hospital. • The usual monthly meeting was held 1 yesterday, Friday afternoon, when the •following were present ".— Messrs. C. W. Marsden,Gavin George, , H. E. Wickham, . R. S. Mackenzie, j. Mealing, Dr. Vallack, J. • Badgery, i Revs. M. Maddern, and E. S. Wilkinson. Mr. A. Stephens, and Mr. F. B. Kyngdoni, Mr. . Gavin George occupying-the chair. Correspondence. From Burdett's Hospital and charities . asking for particulars relating to the! [hospital with a view to bring it up to; ■date.—Decided to supply the necessary i 'information. r From the Secretary -.United 'Friendly ' Societies' Demonstration asking for the ■services of two committeemen for the; iforthcoming sports.—The Secretary was! authorized to write stating that they "Vwould assist 'the sports in every way,; Messrs. Kyngdon and Wickham volun- j teered to look after the ch'ildrens' -sports.: „ Sir John Lackey and family return sin-: ■eerie thanks for kind sympathy^ Resolved, on motion -of Rev. Stanley: "Wilk...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 14 September 1901

fWr. (hcjf fynfctoq. Pupils Received qr Yi9ftg<| in Bovrral and jDti§tr${ PIANOFORTE, £ND SINGING Candidates prepared for Collego nnd ynivormty Examiqntiona in ^{jjjsjoppal gtyej ' P.rnotioal Mnaip. Address: Po9fc Office, Bowral. Wilde's Meadow Hotel alfred~T^xter WISHES to infortyi the residents of Wilde's. Meadow, anci District, Touris;tp, and others, that he has taken the above Fay.OPitQ and Commodious Hotel, where he hopes by keeping only the Best Brands of Ales, Wines, and Spirits, and by civility, ^nd attention to customers, to merit liberal support, Firstrclass Table. The Best of Liquors. Good Stabling. Nearest Hole] to Hie far-famed Belmore and Fitzroy Falls. 7ai • '" . I 5P°* Gash and jfQ rriore Jravellers gedwekWces jfc m#„ tef - SEND FOR PRICE LIST. $Ueh,erleY & 2)av/son 284 George St. Sydney. ill MOSES JONES,^ VETERINARY LIVERY STABLES, " Eltham," Mcrrigaug-st., next to>: Fir? SlatioHg Gabs, Sociables, Sulkies, ?uggies, ^-adies' and Gent's Hacks. Vi...

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SECRET CHAMBERS AND HIDING PLACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 14 September 1901

SECRET CHAMBERS AND HID ING PLACES. Under the above title IVlr. Allan Fea lias produced one of the most charming and interesting'books of the year, dealing with the romantic, historic and legendary hiding places, secret rooms, and mysteri ous passages in celebrated houses scatter ed up and idown the country, and giving the stories of the tiien and women who have been satfed or succored' in these strange and gloomy relics of civil unrest and persecution'. Every schoolboy knows all about Old Mortality and his disinterested endeavours to restore the tombs of defunct Covenanters; but Few,' evenof pmnivor: ous adult readers, have heard 'of'*" Little iolin," the Jesuit, really christened licliolas Qvvert, who spent his life in scooping out of the walls of manor houses secret chambers where his ! co-religionists' might hide. In stature he''was only'a pigmy, but he was possessed of immense' strength, which" he devoted exclusively to making " priests'holes" in the'residence of the county gei...

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