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Bowral Trachyte. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 3 April 1901

Bowral Trachyte. Wfe are iiide'ed pleased to nnte tlinS a 1 large quantity of Bowriil trachyte is again requir ed fiir an important Sydney building:. The tender of * Mestirs. • Loveridge and Hudson having beerracceptedforHlie-buildihg of the Banlj'bf Australasia, 011 the vficant' bldcEP opposite-tbe'Geneml Post Office and1-Com mercial -Bun-Ir;-' and next to the Equitable Buildings, Martin Place, Sydiiey, • the con tractors'will get-M-he'staiie, {betwfcen'40"and 50 ihbusaud ft,et) ,froni'their Bowra!- quar ries.- This--will necessitate tlio employment of some 80 met), most of whom will be' dis patched from Sydney; but' we understand a start will uot-be tnade for several weeks, as certain aRefatiotls have td:l b& ' made at the quarries. - This is about' the' largest order for Bowral stone thia contractors have had • silica the erection of- the Equitable Buildings,-Sydney, some 8 'years ago. To complete the order will take about 15 months. Tliig may.'be considered* as a good th...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 3 April 1901

Cricket. Tnfi'Marrickville Ferndale G.G.-will tour Bowrttl and Moss Vulff'dwirif; the Easter holidays, playing matches as fbliowa :—M.6aB Vale on Good Fiiluy : Association on Easter Saturday; artd Surveyors' Camp on Easter Mnndiiy. ■ The following phtyera will 'represent M.F.O.G.—Weston, Henson, Al^ar,' Glace, Tinner; Oifey, Sapsford, nriggs (2)',- Wiike tield, IlopkinsJ'Wisrileii, Collins. - > - On Saturday last the fitial matcli in cOn npctiori witb'ttfe Berrima District SdhoblsV Competition waa played on the Glebe wic.; ket; befctvefen' the Bowral arid B6bert0ii3?ark Sohools, and resulted iu a win for tli'e'homo school; This id the second season thatBow ral has won the Osborne Cap. - Scores are as follows: — RonEBToN Park.'- " W. Smith c Groves bSwan.. .. 44, ■D: Madden Beavan b Gibson'' .. - 25 ; Tj. Brooker b Cnrk 10 ] Lv Virtue p, b Vicbery w- . 5' , L. MenzteR rmr out .... .. ..•••' 1 J: Brooker 1 b w, b Vickety".. • .. . ,\"2 : ; 11. Brooker c Vickery b Gibson' .. •. ;.Oy...

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Lawn Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 3 April 1901

LlawnTeritoisi On Saturday aftcniodn ' last a" match " wflis played on the ground of the " CiS ' Carapea dor" (Bowfalj Lawn Ten-nig Llnlv- f<ir the single championship, iu connp11inrr"\v11FiHhb BerrimH District' Public Schools' Coixipeti-' tion, The! Competitors were- Masters/CX' Sheather, and A: Whi[.'e, -from- the Superior Publics kDchool'r -Mitt-ngong,- and1 Masters R; Chapman, and. W. Wilep, from Mo.^s V'hIp. The'play of Sill''four - boys was exeellent, although the two from1 J.fftlngons proved superior to the Moss Vale boys. The- win ner of the'Bilver shield,'and conse'qnmHly' of the championship,whs; Miister Charlie Shea'her of Mittagong;'the runner up was Mauler Arthur White also of Mfttegongwhb played 'a''ar&nd £nnis and was only beaten by 1' game. • Amongst those present we: noticed 'Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey (Vlittngong),1 Mf. • Barman (Mo a a Vale),1 Miss DiiprfrZj Rev. M+. Moore, Miss Fiinston, Mrss Qraw ford, •Miss'-Mtn^phy^Miss Beeby. Mia* Corry, Mr. Drtp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 3 April 1901

WANTED', strong, respectable girl 'as' generally useful. • Apply office of this paper. ■ 749 I BURNISHED APARTMENTS TO LET. Ap • ply MRS. DENME AD, Merrigang-at., Bowral. 746 - WINNING NETSlBERs for Pillow'Sham"and Oil Pointing drawn last Saturday evening: —«?illow Sham.No. 25,' Miss E. Henderson; - Oil l'ainting, No. 14, Mrs. J.'H. Cupitt. 745 OR SALE—Single-seated BUGGY, good as new, PONY and HARNESS. . The lot cheap. Trialif required';' M. MADDERN,' Wesleyan Par sonage, Bowral. ■ 750 LOST, on March' 24th, F"OX'"- TERRIER, head • marked, body white, long legs, rather thin. Arty one"returning or Bending information re same to W: PlGOOTT, GFlenquarry.orT. S. PIGGOTT, Bowral, will be rewarded. ■ " 751 PUBLIC N©TI<DE,'*—&ive orders early for' Prime Beef, Mutton, Fork, Veal; and Lnrab. AIbo all kinds of Poultry dressed or alive. - Car^s deliver in Bowral daily. - All customers punctually attended lo by practical men.—J. VV. NORMAN, llutcher, Moss Vale, ■ Westtyan Chu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 3 April 1901

Why Experiment on Yourself With remedies of'doubtful utility when you can ^et Chamberlain's-Cough'Remedy, which baa stood the te>>t of'time ? Twenty-five years' sale ' and use ''have proven that remedy to be a-prompt and certain cure a coldin a day if taken as soon as'tho cold has ;been conti acted and before it'has settled in- the system.- Sold by Mr.-D.-Morgan, Chemist; 3»»r«fcJ.

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Bowral & Robertson Free Press. Saturday, March 30, 1901. THE EXPANSION OF THE FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 3 April 1901

Bowral & Robertson' Free Press: Saturday, March 30f1901. THE EXPANSION OF;THE FREE- PRESS. For upwards of seventeen years the-Sow ral Free Press has successfully, striven to hold !i£s;own amongst the several papers of "tire Berriitoa-- District. Our highest aims have'beevracbieved,-and we can'nbw safely claimto' be the- premier paper of the neighbourhood. Oifr ex tensive cir in and around Bowral is' a:' sure' sigrrof'the' popularity of the Free"Press, and advertisers; generally, have experi enced the benefit' of 'patronising; this joufnal.'- The? efforts'put forth to enlarge our district rtiif havte met with success, and in con sequence tKe Free P'rcntf is be coming a household name. Of late years" we hare not attempted' to: represent the Robertson disttibt' to any great1 ex tent, but a rfceent written' request frtmi a Committee in that' township, has' induced us- W take this step. To the best of' our'ability" this- jouf rf&h'-* now* Tfie: Botcral and Robertson Frit ...

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GLEANINGS FROM OLD AUSTRALIAN PAPERS. 16 [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 3 April 1901

' "o:le.Aivitvgs-s .rnoM - OLD AUSTRALIAN PAPERS. i6.' Dr; EdwdV PI". Morgan; of St.- Helens,. Bowral, has kindly placed in our hands a | small volume (printed; by the Goulburn Herald in 1880),containing extracts- from old.Sydney newspapers of. dates ranging from'1807,161828, They contain much that is amusing, and illustrative of. events and;.manners of.the past., 1825;. We have three papers now to select from,. viz.,,the Gazette; the Australian (Already referred to), and Howe's Woeldy Couamer dal.Exprees;. The lirat number of Howe's Weekly Com merciaLEspress beavs date 2nd May 1825. It consists of four pngea 21- X- 13^.;inches.. Its price wnsOd ; . and it is said to be print ed for the proprietor by K. Howe. There is an .opening article ; . but it is not very Jncid as to. the reasous for establishing the new journal, nor do we lettrn tho name off the.proprietor ;. but: from - a' notice in the Gazette it would appear to have been- an offshoot of that paper. ■ ; ' Tlie' Expres8 in ap...

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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 3 April 1901

Obituary. jTftfi'death' occurred very suddenly at the Uerrima District Cottage Hospital, Bow ral,of'Mr. John Taylor; who for a num ber of years had followed up the trade- o 1 a painter in Bowral and districts, De censed:vras at one time superintendent at the Church ofr England Sunday- School. It appears that he (deceased) was walking along Merrigang-street on the>nightabo>ve stated when he suddenly complained -of' a ■ terrible pain in the head, and fell down ,unconscious; - Medical assistance1 was1 at pnce secured, and Dr. Vallack ordered the patient's immediate removal to the hospital, where he was admitted 'at 8;30, and died at il."30.' The funeral took1 place yesterday afternoon', the Rev, Stin ky Wilkinson officiating. A number of beautiful wreaths were sent from his dis trict friends, expressing their' sympathy 'at the sad and sudden- event. ■ We regret to° record the death of 'Mr. Harold Vincent, which took place at Mitta gong, on Friday last. Deceased wSs in hid 21st ye...

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Bachelor's Club. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 3 April 1901

Bachelor's Club The formation of a Bachelors' Club is en- gaging the attention of residents in the vicinity of Wilde's Meadow. Should the effort prove successful, which doubtless it will, we feel sure many enjoyable' hours are in store for those who care to join. The following splendid committee, ap-   pointed at a meeting held on Saturday evening last, should make things move: — President, Mr. E. Bresnahan, Avoca; vice-presidents, Messrs. H. Mackie (Bur rawang), M. Bresnahan (Wilde's Meadow), P. Brevitt (Moss Vale), and H. Carrick (Robertson) treasurer, Mr. J. Seery;   secretary, Mr. J. Kenny; committee:     Messrs J. Bresnahan, P. Seery, K. Kenny, J. Carrick, D. McLean, Jas. Bresnahan, M. Seery, E. Walsh, W. J. Irvine, and C. McGill. A canvass for members is     now taking place.  

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 3 April 1901

BIRTH. McCOURT — Born, February 28th, 1901, at Court- hope, Berrima, the third daughter of W. and F. McCourt. 743  

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Inscription. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 6 April 1901

Inscription. The members of the Bowral Young Men's Association will remember some few .month&aga erecting, a. large framed photo' in. memory of'tHei latfe Sergt.-Major Glee son, a recent member, who died in South Africa; An inscription was written at the.time but has since been hand-printed, framed; and1! presented to the Association by,. Mr; Ebb- Davis. The inscription, whiclvreads as follows, will be placed jjisfc .below the photo r. ; -;,i This- pictures was subscribed tcr by the members of the B.Y.M.A. and placed here by. the permission of. the President in loving memory of the- late Sergeant Miajpr W. T. Gleeson of the Rhodesian; Field JHfbrse, formerly Sergeant of Hi Go.,, 2nd Regiment, N.SW. Vblbnteers. He Jell a victim to black water fever at Rus tenburg on 22nd June, igpoj. aged 29, while faithfully serving his Queen and-, country in the Transvaal war, S.A. He was a worthy member of this Association and for ten years enjoyed itstoenefits, pro moted its objects; and ...

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Missionary Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 6 April 1901

Missionary Meeting. On Tuesday evening last theannualimeet ing in/ connection with Foreign Missions -was held in theBowral Wesleyan Church. The attendance was only fair, but those who» were- present were delighted'with what tHey heard, and were one in wishing that the Church had been<crpwded to hear, the very instructive'and1 interesting ad dress- given, by- the Deputation.. The ..chair was occupied by Mr. C. Waters, Senior Circuit Steward; who was the right man in the right place, being short, and.: quite to the point.. After expressing plea sure at being, present^ and: saying how much they all had enjoyed' the Rev. Mr.. Pearson's visit, Mr.. Waters call ed upon the Rev. Mi Maddern to read; the annual missionary report.. After this had been read; Mr. Maddern went oni to. explain the work of a foreign missionary, and to give Mr. Pearson a few words of ,encouragement. The speaker interspers ed his remarks-with many amusing, anec dotes. '. After singing a hymn, the chair ma...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 6 April 1901

Crickets The final cricket mutch in connection with tile, Robert.-oi: district Union competition between K-ingaloon and Robertsou was con cluded nt li'obei'tdon on Saturday laat. aud resulted in a win- for'Robertson by. .one innings and 95 runs. Following are the scores Kvngaloon, 1st innings.: J- Piper o Boulton b Akors ... . • ^ ;iv ■ 5 W. Brooker st Akersb •Homphrie"8';":':'-,:^i 28 A ..Piper bE. Hall ... ' ... V '.'i. ' ,1. .A. Noble-b Alters : • :hv: '"r 16 J. Ruwland b Akers . • ' 0 G. Harrigan b Ferguson - t-v-.,- • 4 G-. Brooker not out i 1 S. Cnpifci absent'... .... ... , 0 W. Brenning absent .... ... ; ....-0 J..Nnble absent ... ... '0 L.. Virtue absent •••• •« 0 .. Suudries ' .... ... ; 6 Robertson; IT. Hall o- sub.-b 8. Gupitt E. Humphries o and b Si-Ciipitt B. McGIll o Rowland b-Brooker J. Humphries b Brooker .... C."Copitt d' Si- Gapitt b Piper .... A.. Humphries b Gupitt.... .... F. Akers-b Pipier ' ...... " .... R.. Hall c sub: b-Brooker .... G. Cupnt b Brooker .... ...

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Successful Applicants. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 6 April 1901

Successful Applicants. ,. Bowkae. apain stands well to the fore in the splendid education given' tlie pupils in the Superior Public School. The frequent passes of many scholars in the various ex aminations reflect much credit on the capa bilities of the teaching slnff. It is now more than satiBfactory fco note the success of seven out of eight cai.'didates in pnssiu)? the examination for pupil teachers at Christmastime under the supervision of Miv District Inspector Johnson... The following are the candidlitfls in' their order ;6ti. tlif pass *heet. The two highest boili fu- ;the. boys aiidi eirls will receive early-appoint1;5 ments—Boys : E'. Duvidson, 3.. GibsonilH;' Ellsmore, and'H.. Cork ; girls *. Fi White; E. Bailey, «nd A. Charker. l'he' schools represented were, wo undepstnnd, Bowral,; R >bertson,. Roberton Park,. KKttagons, Pi<K ton, and Balmoral. The returns from the; other schools are not yet to hand.

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Wedding Bells. THOMAS—RYDER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 6 April 1901

Wedding. Bells. T>H£> MA S — EY'D E R.' 0&B of'the prettiest weddings yet celebrated' in ■ the TJowral district took ploco on Tuoaday afternoon last id St. Judo's Ohnroh. - The parties intorested were MiBB Florence May Ryder, second daughter of Mr. Thomas Kirk Rydor," Cooyong," Bowrnl,. and • Mr. Reginald Walter R&leighThomas, third son>of' the' late Henry Arding Thomas, of Wivenhoe, Camden. The wedding ceremony was performed'by the Hcv:' Stanley Wilkinson,* M.A. rector of 31. Jude'a, assist ed-by ttaelUv.'S: Hungorf6rd ;of'Camdon.' Iiong before the appointed hour for the tying of the nuptual knot, the large eharch ■ was taxed to its - utmost in providing seating accommodation .for the many friends and residents desirous-of witnessing tho performance. ■ The churah was most beautifully and lavishly decorated by'the girl friends - of the young bride as a tribute of respect for their fortun ate companion who was absnt to sever her oonneo tion and enter into a n...

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GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 6 April 1901

GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR MARCH. Bt A. Landsdownf., Gnulbtirn. Tijb tropical rains so heavy in otbor states, un fortunately have not yet reached us, and wo ore suffering severely from drought. Constant watoring muIdling, and loosening of tho surface must bo . continued to obtain growth. The warning of last month of n severe and early winter ft reported. Sow all available land with useful winter fodder plantB anil provido nbundant winter feed. Unsettled and thunder weather is likely; hot at times, but early frosts are probable and cold torus and cool sea breezes. Tho tropical rains will probably soon reach us. Kitchen Gakden.—Sow turnips, Queen and early globe onions, beet, spinach, kohl, rabbi, herbs, lettuce, parsley, raddish, Brussels sprouts, &c. I'lant tree and potatoo onions, cabbage, and cauli flower plants, &o. Field.—Sow rape, lucerne, rye, Capo barloy, turnips, cocksfoot, rye and prairie grass, vetches, &o. Prepavo land for oats, wheat, &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 6 April 1901

bUMi MEDICAL/ ©K. PQU1LDS,» L.R€.P.<Lond).,' (LATE of LONDON S.W.) > TTaving1 purohased dr: fisher's JLX practice, will after Fob. 21 conduct it at •"■EaMington," Mcrrigang-stroet, a few doors from lit. Fisher's present residonoe. • . '''Eastington,'-' Merrigang-stroot:. 070 [EstABlmubo • g Tears .]! AIiImEN «£ CO., PLAIN &;DECORATIVE PAINTERS PAPER HANGER'S, Ac. WOdDBlNE STREET, BOWRAL. Batimatcs Furnished for Work in any part of-the Dietriot. OWy Sbllled^Tradesmori ciriplbyBd; Letters promptly attonded to. 286 EVERYBODY SHOULD ASK THEIR GROCER FOR? . Pillsbury's f VITOS. i 1. h THE- IDEAt' ' Wheat Food. (Sterilised)' Made from the Best' NORTHWESTERN. HARD WHEAT.. .Absolutely.-the Best Wheat'. Break fast Food'in-the World., Stoclced for the trade' by all Wholesale Grocers; Free Samples- from the Sydney Depot,. The' Pacific Trading; Go.,. Wynyard: Building,. Carrington~ street,. Wynyard' Square;. Make it Pure, Rich, and Healthy.. 'Impure blood takes tho very li...

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Bowral Council. SPECIAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 6 April 1901

Bowral Council SPECIAL MEETING.', A special meeting wbb held on Wednesday evening. Present- Aldermen J. M. Christie (Mayor), 11. S. Mackenzie, T. Matliewson, P. B. ICyngdon, H. M. Oxley, and J. J. Campbell. The minutes were tend and confirmed. The cleric rtad the'estimato'd receiptB and expen diture for the enauitiR year. " " _ .BTBIKING A BATE.1- — | Aldermen Maokenzie and Kyngilon moved the' Mayor's minute—" That the general rate for the cn fluiDgyoar bo struck at 1/- in the £, and the lighting rato ai Od." Alderman Oxley asked the amount of last year's lighting rate."—Beply, 5Jd. Alderman Oxley asked would not that be sufficient for the present year ? The Mayor rep/ied that tho receipts from the gen eral rates would be lower this year than last, while lighting the town clock would incur an increased ex penditure. Alderman Oxloy aakod what the £d inoreaao would yield. / The Mayor replied £23. Alderman Mackenzie said it had been estimated that tho expense of lighting the olock at p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 6 April 1901

Many Thanks. " T-wish to'erpress my thanks to the manufac turers of Chit tibet Ibiti'fe Gholic; ■ Cholera, and' Diarrhtua Remedy,, for having' putr on the inarJcrt Ruoh n wonderful medicine," saya W.-W.-MhssinRill, of' Beaumont. Texas. There are many thousands of mothers whose children have been saved from attack;, of dysentery and cholera infantum who must also feel thankful. It is for gqlo by Mr.D. Morgan,. Chemist, Bowral.

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W. C. T. U. Strike Against Intemperance, by the Very Rev. the Dean of Norwich. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 6 April 1901

WrC. T. U. • • - Strike Against Intemperance',. by. the' Very Rev. Ike Dean of Norwiok.- • " The roost open Bin of -great cities" is'' in.: temperance. Oue of, the 'worst phases 61' this sin is its insidiousness'J' X have known young men begin, the chiy iu Liverpool'witb what they call sherryiug,''' and ...then., .by., the time the day is ilono, ibey are "boosey," heavy, or if not heavy, hardened. - Look at' ' the extravagance of this, England's driuk: bill is over' £180,000,000 auutially at the present moment, and the man who gives himself to the awful sin of intemperance re 'mimls ffie'of Iho statement Ttliat "physicists, make about the Caspian Sea — that it re ceives all the dews that descend by niglit, and all the rain that fulls by day, the melt ed snows,'the tributary streams,, yetnever. rises, but preserves a monotonous uud dead' level,. So the men; who 'spend tlieir' money on ..drinlr receive everything ftud give . no thing~l)otbing to God, nothing to the res cue work, nothi...

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