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POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

POULTRY. OrpiiiHlon, any color, .cock : Toongabbie Poultry Farm, 1; J.Pumell 2. ,■ ,:>■ Orpington any color, lion: Toogabbio Ponltiy I'm in, I ; Piyor and Ijcavei 2 Special prize for best Orpington: f..-.it. llaniniy. Indian Gamo, cockParson and Wells,'1 ; Dr. Harrison, 2; 13. 13. Ilassall, It Plymouth Hock, haried, cock. .1. W. Ponder, 1; W. C. Foiyter, 2; X. Munio, 3; J. W Pender, h.c. Plymouth llook bailed, hen. ISomiventiiic Poultry Farm. 1; William C. Foister,^ 2 and B. Special pri/,e for best Plyninuth Itock: W. . S. Smith, Wyandotte, yo'.den,v; cock .Ilonaventure . Poultry Farm, 1 ; J. Pomell, i Wyandotte, golden', hen : Ambrose Hallcii,' ] ; .1 rcmell.2. Duck, Muscovy; drake: G. Craft, 1 ; W, Harris, 2. Messrs. Wa'lcer Trustees JANE T3AFFJRD II., Champion Berkshire Sow.';; Dnok.Muscovy, duck : 'Gi: Criift, 1 ; l'\ W. Stoddiu't, 'J : Gcoso - any. variety. guilder:1'.:.RriggK; 1. Geese. any variety, gooso : I'. 1. Tuikey,. any variety, cock: C. M'Doii nell, 1. _ : TONY JUMP...

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DOG 5. FOX TERRIER—OPEN CLASS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

DOG 5. FOX TilItHIEli—Ql'ISJJ CLASS. . Dog: If. Moses, jun's, Dazzled, 1; 11. G. Brcreton's lilnirgowric Weaver, 2 Bitch: W. JTunilton's , i inden Tjegacjvl and champion ; 11. G. Bioieton's Blairgowrie liana, 2. MASTIFF. ■ Dog: W:Ch. Curdin's Ilii'cidcncNoble, 1 and champion. ■. Hitch : li. : P. . O'Divyer's Conacia ljcdii. lv and cliampion. - 'NUWL'OUNOrAm • I)ok::G. A. Beimel's Kin# Tjco. I ' *. Bitch: Ct. A. Bennett's N II Ir-.vyn, '2. ST. BE11NAHD. Dog: Edwin J'ulmor's Champion -'Snow King,' 1 and champion; • Lawronce Campbell's Highficld Merry Ha\vl.e, 2 Bitch: : W. i J liowyer's ;■ Won ioni Lady .Tossiiimine, 1 and champion; Mrs. K Lloytl Fiecimui's Loyalty, 2. COLLIES—OPEN CLASS. Dog: Ilavuld W. - Gorman's Vanquisher, 1 and , champion; Mrs. II. 1*. Finemoro's Sti'fttliodon Lnddio,'2. • i". I •itch : James' 'Johnstone's Jenny Hue, 1 ; Mr. Philip Charley's DON JUAN, Bed Polled Bull. First and Champion. Jolm-Wallace's Petersham Bell, 2. Austiiaman Bnnn. Pok : A. IjogIpuI's Clip....

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CLOTHING, FABRICS, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

CLOTHING, FABRIC.-, ETC/ •luilges: Mesdames F. ID. Winclicombe, Webster, I'ntcson, C. C. Tj'ince, G. Lodcr, and Miss 1). Mooney. Embroidery, Tutting, Crouhef, etc.—.T. iJoiile, fancy work in bentls, 1; Mrs. licit, hand-sown quilt, I ; Ellen liolton, knitted counterpane. 1; II. .T ])o'miie, crnzy qnilti'l; If. .l.-Hourne. toilet sot in lilne idusli, 1 ; .1. Bonnie, quilt and cushion,!; 1I;*.J., Bourne, ciazy cosy, lj Miss A. M. Uragg, niacriinic work,- 1; .Timet ■■■; Cnldwell, plain needlework,, 1; .Timet Cnldwell drawn-thrend. work, 1.Tiuiet Caldwell, crochet; ■ special first; Miss Ctillen,-plush-workcd 'mantle drape, 1; Mary lixall, Taney stitching, special first; Mrs. E. Geddes, crochet, quilt, 1 ; Mrs. B. Gray, • cotton knitting,-special prize;- H. Levy, crewel work, 1; d.. Kowley and . Co., special knitting, special J.1 Price and Murray, millinery,.special prize; I'rice and Murray; pupils' millinery, special first;; Singer Manu facturing-; Company, fine art: embroidery, special ...

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COACH BUILDING. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

COACH BUILDING. Judges: Messis. 'IV<1. iloikins, J. Cliali'oy, .J. Oolnie, W; Mitchell,' W Soul,hall,' Spencer, •I. Makey, II. C.-Fn'thj and H. M. S. lirown. Landau.—Angus,a ml Hon, gold medal. ■ Diag —.1. T. C'nllill, 1. . . Dogcart, lour.wheels —Angus and Son. J., I'lmetoii, double-sealed.—II Ilillier. I'haeton, single-seated.—II Tlillier, T ; Now South Wales Carnage Manulaptuiing Coni l>an,v, 2. ' I'haeton, reversible seal. -Angus and Son, Vis-a-vis, hooded.— CGlend'Oss and Pons, 1. Turnout seal, buggy—,\V: Dwyer Ij 0 .f ritluiaii 2. , Tray buggy, donWiMteitf,;—W.v JJwyor, i ; Tray buggy, single-sent—W. l)wyer 1 j II. Ililliov, 2. Duck-board.—New South Wales CitiTiage Manufacturing Company, 1 and 1 v,> Cab, public,—XV. C4; Abbott, ,1 >. and silver medal;/I1 Collins, 2 Dogcart — T, Moore and Son, 1. Lyons cart:—Angus and Son, 1, and . silver niidul J3iudleycuit—New South Wales Carriage Manufacturing Company. " * Cm vert siile cart.—13 Agate, 1. . ■ Curved; side...

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Fireproof Building. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

Fireproof Building.* T-he system of; constructing partitions of corrugated.iron shoots, p astered at both sides, : as'illustrated in Messrs McArthur's.Firoproof bui'ding, just erected at the grounds, is one that is being largely adopted by leading architects, anil lias liiuch to recommend it from many points of view. The corrugations, instead of being of the U form, are dovetailed, by s|,ecnii appliances, and vfoi'in a perfect ltey for p.aster The sheets are s ill down ill driuver-like.fashion between iron or channel uprights, and, when postered, each wall is practically a slab of-;coiicrete and p aster, strengthened and made absolutely damp, proof by the iron sheets to whiolf it is attached. As the walls are only two inches thick when finished, there is a great saving of space, by the using of the system. '• Roofs-constructedon this principle are cool, silent,'and unbreakab.e, and are, consequently, much to be preferred ta:the ordinary'.iron or slate roof. For external walls the co...

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Messrs. J. Barre Johnston and Co.'s Display. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

Messrs. J. Barre Johnston & Co's Exhibit of W. & T. Avery's Scales, Incandesccnt Vapor Gaslight Co., &c., &o. Messrs. J. Barre Johnston and Co.'s Display. One of the most attractive displays on the Show Ground this year was that of Messrs J1 Burre Johnston & ( a, Loftus Street. The collection .of weighing appliances from the'World-renowned firm of W. tfe T. Avery Ltd, Birmingham, comprised a thoroughly representative range of l'latfonn Machines, Cart and Colliery Weighbridges, Suspended Weighing Machines, etc; all of the newest type ■ and presenting many important improvements. The Automatic Self-indicating Gear attached to one of the,Colliery. Machines is a beautiful piece of mechanism, by which all handling of weights and other manipulation in the process of weighing is absolutely obviated ; a pointer indicating the weight 011 a quadrant as the load is placed upon the platform is in full sight of the persons in charge, and by an in genious a...

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New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co., Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

New Zealand Loan and Mercan tile Agency Co., Ltd. -Mocliinnry exhibits of a great linn, and especially one tlint has iclctiiidccl itself closely with thfi development of-the resources of Aus tralia arc of the utmost importance, and this may bo-applied to the New Zen land Loan and Mercantile Agency Company, liimited, who are the Now South Wales agents for tho famous Walter A. Wood, Agricultural Maahi ncry and other leading manufacturers. A very large scction in the principal part of the ground devoted to machinery was occupied by the firm, whoso reapers and binders, mowers, ifcc., were kept in motion busily performing the various operations for which they had been constructed, and were the object of the closest inspection by the thousands of visitors from the country districts. The 'wording on the banner, visible from all parts of the Show Ground, " The father of them all. nnd still leading," embodied in it the fact that it was in the opinion of competent agriculturists the finest ex...

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J. Vicars & Co.'s Marrickville Tweeds. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

J. Vicars & Co.'s Marrickville Tweeds, ,y In this land ol tko Golden Fleece—goldon to tho tune of something like £5,000,000 a your—anything that pertains to tho manu facture of our staple product is of interest' to dwellers of tho city and country alike. No doubt this wag the reason why Messrs. J. Vicars & Oo.'s " MarriokvillcTweeds " exhibit proved such a great attraction Well dis played against the pavilion wall, as can be seen from our illustration, with plenty of light shinning in to show out the beautiful texture of the tweeds in all the latest styles and desiyncs, the effect was particularly good, in fact, it was one of the most tastefully arranged exhibits in the wholo pavilion. JUigs and blankets, cloths and tweeds of quality and finish equal to tho manufacturers of England are turned out from the Mai-rick MarrickYille Tweeds Exhibitr . ville Mills, and were here receiving ninny an appreciative and' longing glance from tlie shrewd calculating maternal eye. (S...

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Furracabad Estate, New England. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

Furracabad Estate, New England. 'l'lic Glen Innes District Exhibit was for the greater part composed of produce from the l''unue(ibad listaie, owned by the Hay niarkct Land Company, whose head office is in Sydney, and is managed by Mr -Kobt. B. Barton The display was a great one, and the productiveness of the soil of the famous Glen Innes Valley was demonstrated in a very pronounccdmanner. .Some magnificent pumpkins, potatoes, marrows, &a., vied with luscious healthy fruits for pride of place, (-•oralis and other farm produce in great variety' graced the exhibit, which; although, awarded third place by the judges in the competition, was considered by the thousands who inspected it to be one of the finest and most complcto displays in the section. There is no' getting away from the fact that the I'Virracabad Astute is very happily situated, and the fiinn holders on it nre ovitlontly agriculturists ot the highest grade. Tho estate was bought by the Hayinarket Lnntl Company, an...

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Massey [?] Harris Co, Limited. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

Massey-Harris Co, Limited. 'JL'ho British (lag lias protected and fostered some great industries, but none more enter prising and progressive than the Canadian lirm of Mussoy-Hun'is Company, Ltd., which claims to be the "largest makers of farm, machinery " under the liag. The linn has now been 54 years in existence, and, with its branches throughout the Empire, there are. but few agriculturalists in any British posses sion who ao not know all about the merits of IWassoy-ilaiTis machines. The illustration shown gives one some idea of tho interesting and '.valuable exhibit the lirm had at the lloyal Agricultural ^Societies Commonwealth Show, There is the famous Musscy-Hnrris , wide open reaper and binder, several of which wero shown in motion on an elevated pint form; a ncvoly in the Massoy-Harris hay: tedder, which attracted 'considerable atten tion, as well as mowers of various kinds, known to farmers as the Masscy Harris i\o. 7. The all-steel rake is a great improvement on tho. pre...

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M'Dougall's Non [?] Poisonous Sheep Dip. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

M'Dougall's Non=Poisonous Sheep Dip. 7 f there is olio question more than another of interest to this Stntc it is tlic improve ment of our btuple product—wool. • To effect mi mcrcasc of oven a quarter of a pound in McDougall's Sheep Dip Exhibit. the (Icecj'of each slicep wo possess, or to iiii-" provo its quality however slight, menus hun dreds of thousands of | omuls added lo the wealth of our people eueli year. The pro prietors of M'Dougall's Non-Poisonous Sheep l->ip elaim that the use of their Dip hotli stimulates the growth, and adds to tlie value of the wool. Tho Australian ngents for the Dip—The New /eii'iind Loan and Mercantile Agency Company—inforni us that tho dis play attracted a deal of attention from sheep owner#, and niany orders wero taken for delivery at ''-shearing time. Tho Company's representative has favorad us with a fow particulars of this Dip, which has now stood I lie. test of 11. years' use throughout all parts of the world, and which in tho origina,' of ...

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A New Departure. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

A New Departure. The Uoynl Agricultural Show is becoming no important nn institution Hint many loading ilnns arc now o]icniug oflices on the grounds. This year, wo notified tile well-known firm of Uu Faur »fc Gerard, of GO Pitt nt, Sydney, who informed iw tliat they have received h record number of visits from clients during this Hliow. Good [wine needs no bush, but, for tliu benefit of the younger generation of squatters,..mining-men, and others whoarc occasionally inconvenienced by their inability to secure thoroughly reliable, experienced and prompt iigenls, a few words may be written. Messrs. Dit l/aur and Gerard hnvo been established in business for the past 125 years. As agents for Crown I.ands anil Pastoral Properties generally, lliey liavo earned a reputation throughout N.S Wales which is second to none. In addition to the conduct of all business in conncclion with l.ands, Mines Works Departments and tho Treasury, a l.and and Income Tax department exists for the convonienco ...

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Rider[?]Ericsson Engine Co.'s. Exhibit. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

Rider-Ericsson Engine Co.'s. Exhibit. In n' nciit, imitation brick, pavilion, sug gestive of a well-appointed Engine room this Company, through their Australasian Beprc sLMitiitivc, Mr. G. Maddison of 22a Pitt-st, exhibited a collection of their now well-known Hot-air Pumping Engines, nil in motion. The several engines were fitted up with vari ous styles of pumps illustrative of the variety of positions they are applicable to, showing the facilities with which water for stock or other use cnn lie lifted from sub-artesian Bores, open wells, running streams, tanks, itc. The qngines appeared to lie tho acme of simplicity, having only an ordinary wood burning stove fire to drive, tliem. and tho pumps were giving a most excellent account of themselves. A collection of duplicate parts, also pumps of every kind of work, Rolling Valve, Deep Well, and Flat Valve Pumps, and a section of a Deep Well Pump attachment, were also on view. The peculiar character of these Hot-air Pumping Engines and...

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Government Agricultural Exhibits. The Experimental Farms. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

Government Agricultural Exhibits. The Experimental Farms. The large crowd which thronged the building where the exhibits from the Go vernmental farms were displayed told its own story of deep interest and the desire to benefit by the teaching which experience and scientific experiment willingly give. Since these farms were inaugurated by the New South Wales Government the amount of information regarding possible and im possible agricultural feats which they have been the means of collecting has been simply astounding. That their value to our farmers lies far beyond their actual cost has been proved over and over again, while the many experiments as to suitable crops which may be successfully grown in the various districts of the State make their continuance an absolute necessity. Too much praise can not be given to either the patriotism and wisdom of the various Go vernments which continue the judicious policy of these experimental farms, or to the managers who show so much zeal and...

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Princess Cream Separator. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

Princess Cream Separator. It is impossible for anyone to imagine mi Agricultural Show to lie complete, especially ill the beginning of the twentieth century, without an exhibit of a cream-separator. Kurtherniore, who in these (lays of enlighten ment-and culture would conceive that n manufacturer would place for public criticism or severe teat, anything that was not of a high grade? Nearly all call their particular manufacture "high,"but there is one better and that'is a^' higher " grade, and in connection with . Preston's "Princess" Cream Separator. cream-separators no higher grade machine was exhibited at the Royal .Agricultural Show ..Grounds than the Princess by Messrs. Pres ton Bros. who are the sole agents for Queens land and New South Wales and whose Mead Ofliep for N.S Wr,t is care o£ the farmers' Co operative Company, Ijtd.7 Sussex rind Liver pool streets, Sydney. Separators bearing trade-marks in a foreign language are common: llie.v arc chiefly Swedish. Separators bearing ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

Many Thanks. " t wiah to oxpross my thankB to tho mi'nufao tiircrs of Gliauberhun'o Cbolic, Cholera, and Diarrhcoa Remedy, for having put on the market siich a wonderful medicine," says W, W. Massingill, of Beaumont, Texas. Thero nro many thousnnJs of m'othors whoso children have bocn naved from attack? of dysentery ' and cholera infantum who must also feol thankful. It is for sale by Mr; D, Morgan, Ohomiat, Bowrnl.

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Death of Mr. Hopson. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

Death of Mr. Hopson. It is with sincere feelings of regret that we are called upon to record in this issue the death of Mr. W. Hopson, of Bowral, who was summoned to his final resting place at ¼ to 7 on Wednesday even- ing last. Just after tea the deceased was conten- tedly reclining on a chair by the fire. The only other occupants in the room were Mrs. Hopson, who was ironing at the table, and a son named Frank. Without the slightest signs of emotion or any fore- warning whatever he very calmly fell from the chair, a sure victim of the angel death. Frank quickly noticed his father's unusual composure, and draw- ing his mother's attention she turned round just in time to catch the deceased before he struck the   floor. The lad immediately rushed off for Dr. A. S. Vallack who was quickly in attendance, but on arrival life was pronounced extinct, the cause of expiration being syncope of the heart. For up- wards of 20 years the deceased has suffered from disease of the hea...

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Wesleyan. CHURCH ANNIVERSARY AT MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

Wesleyan. CHURCH ANNIVERSARY AT MITTAGONG: Tnts Anniversary Services in connection with the, above-church, were commenced on Sunday last, when special sermons were preached in -the morning by Mr. J. Geary of Bowral, and by the Minister 'of the Church, the Rev. M. Maddem at night the choir under the very capable leadership of Miss Edwards, rendered special music suitable to the     occasion- The congregations at both services were large. The church had been heautifully 'decorated by the young people and presented a- very- pleasing appearance. - The services were concluded on Thurs- day evening, by holding a social in the church, the attendance was large, and included a -good'number from Bowral . The chair was occupied by Dr. Middleton. The programme arranged by Miss Edwards, was a very long, one, but nevertheless a good one. The first item'was a chorus. " 0 Sing Praises' by the choir, after which 'the Rev. M. Maddern engaged in prayer. Chorus "Onward," by th...

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Burrawang. THE CHARGE OF STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 April 1901

Burruwang. THE CHARGE-'OF STEALING;'1 \ | At the Goulburu Assizes on Thursday last;, bofore Judgo Cohen, v; :.; - Jtilm Henry Irvine (on bail) was charg ed will) stealing at Bnrrawang. ou Gth Maroh i£20 7/8 and a puraa -from tho-por-' son of John Wado, A second oount cbarg-' ed accused with stealing £20 7/8 belong'*" ing to John Wadp. • Accused pleaded not guilty anil was de fended by Mr. P. H.'Payne, of M033 Vale. The Crown. Piosecutor said Mr. Wade was a traveller far Bealo aud Go. Ho eull ed at Dew's hotel, Burrawaug, about five o'clock and bud a driuk, after which he was in a stato of stupor aud for some four hours he did not know what took place. The evi dence of prosecutor as to the taking of the money was not worth much. Accused ad raits having taken the money, but in a per fectly innocent mannert Prosecutor went to lie on the road, aud about 9 o'clock ho hoard the mail coach coming. - He slopped it and went to Moss Yale, and on arrival re ported he had been robbed. He went t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 April 1901

The total British losses since the begin ning- of' the Boer War, are 14,728 officers and men killed or died of wounds or disensp,* 775, missing, and 2089 have been invalided and discharged as unfit for duty. . Bookie "So y' see,- if the -.'orse starts at fifteen to one you sit fifteen quid, ten.to one' you get ten quid, five to one, five. D1 y' see ?" The Innocent";Oh r yes ;< B see' perfectly ; but what do I get if the' horse starts at one o'clook.,exactly ?" Aiitiwno buffer from-weak digestion should eat Rutherford's malt bread, it is highly recommended. Ask for cart to call.—* " DISSOLUTION OF PARTlit'BSHIP. ^ WE, the undersigned, trading as COPE AND VALENTINE, GrocerSi of Bowral, have, on the 11th day of April, 1901, DISSOLVED' PART NERSHIP by mutual consent. The undersigned -THOMAS COPE takea over the business on his sole behalf will discharge all- lia bilities in connection therewith, and wilt receive all monies owing to the late firm. Signed by the said Thomas Copo...

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