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The Royal Visits. THE MELBOURNE PROCESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 April 1901

The Royal Visits THE MELBOURNE PROCESSION. A rr,AN issuoil by thn Victorian Government shows that on tlio day ui landing—Mny 0—t.lis routs of procession is to bo miles long. Of this diatnnoo 1} miles will bo traversed twice, loaving-six miles to bo traversed onco. At n modern to estimate Homo 450,000 people will bo ablo to find accomodation in tho streets along the lino of route.

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Commercial. SUSSEX-STREET TRADE,. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 April 1901

SUSSEX-STREET TRADE,. ' Following aro the wholesale quotations for Thurs day, April 25 -Wheat—Is 4d to 2s 7Jd bushel. Flower—N.S.W., £5 15s to £6 pel* ton j . ditto, terms, to £6 os; Manitoba, £10 5a to £10 7a 6d, Bran—8;fd to 9|d per bushel. Pollard—8Jd to 9d. Gbaff—£2 5s to £3 17s 6d per ton; .: . ' Oaten Hay—£2 15s to £3 15s per ton. • Straw—Derrick, £1.15s to £2 2s 6d per ton'; - bun« dlo, £li2s Gd to £1 Ids.. ■Lucerne—£117s Gd to £2 15s per ton bales, . £2 5s to £3 7s Gd. , . Oats—N.Z., la lid to 2g Id per bushel; Tas., la lld to 2s ; N.S.W., Is 7d; ' : Maize—N.S.W., prime dry, 2s 4d per bushel; sec ond quality; 2s 2d to 2s 3d. Taamauian Potatoes.—Redsliins, £4 108 to £4 153 per ton j darkskinH, £4 to £4 os. Onions—Vict., £7 per ton; N.Z., £5 10s to £6. • Barley—Feed, Is lid to 2s Id per bushel. ]' Poultry- Fowls, 2s to 3s G-l por pair : roosters 3s to 4b 6d; English-duoks,'2s 6d to 3s 6d ; Muscovy, 8s.6d to 4s Gd; geese, 3s to 5s; tuvl;ey3,. hena usto 7s, gobblers, 8s to 14a p...

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LOOK IN AND LOOK OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 April 1901

BOOK: DP AND LOOK OUT. A little Frenchman was once travelling in an American Bnrge up a ri ver. As the boat was passing under- a bridge the captain .shotted*,'" 'Look out." The man,- obeyed itbe order by popping ont his* hei d," and at the same* time it received'a thcm;> against the side'of the bridge. He quickly drew it back' e> o- liming at the same time:. " What foolish men these Americana are, jthryvsay,"look out" when thsy mein" look in.',' _______________ » * ' Have too TniED.flvither'swI'B - malt bfenrl ? Itia. self-digestive, and contains great nutriment. Send' for a loaf.* i . The Governor-General's new. Statoi rail-, •way car, which will be ready for use by the 'Royal visitors, consists of three State-rooms a dining room, an observation room.at: one .end cf the car, a corrMor, and an attendants' compartment.. The fittings will be of mir rors-ana'handsomely carved oak^whilo-the ceiling will be of pressed, metal. The car will be 63ft. 4in. wide, and of the maximum .pos...

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DONORS OF PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 April 1901

DONORS OF PRIZES. Miss Bed well, Mr. Tlnii;, Mrs. J. 13. Hill, -Mrs. Kyngdon, Mrs. Newton, Mrs. B.vder, Misa Swinson, mid Miss 13. Whiting 2/0 onch ; Miss II. Morgan and Mrs. ViillaoJt.')/ ench ; Miss Mnr^nn, Mrs. Wellford, ■ Mr. Tliori b.uy, Mr, Marston, and M r. Murray 5/ ench ; Copu and Sons 7/0 worth of bulbs ; Mrs. Bryan and Mrs. Morgan 10/ ench ; Mrs. .Simpson and Mr. Halalcad 10/6 each ; friends, £1 11/0— total, £0 3/0.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 April 1901

Many Thanks., i " I'wish to express ray thap-ks to the nnmifac. tnrers o£ Chamberlain's. Cholic, Cholera,, and Diarrhcoa Remedy, .for-, having • pat: on • the market such a wonderfuL mediqine." saya W. W. MassinRil!, ofBeaumont, Texas. There are many thousands of mothers whose children have been saved. f?ora.: attackp of dysentery and cholera, infantum who .moat also feel thankful. It ia foe-. sa|e by Mr. D.< Morgan, Chemist, Bowraj.. j. (£. morris &s. eo AUCTIONEERS and valuators; Stock, and Property Salesmen, Fire and Life Insurance Agents, BOWllAL, . MEDICAL. DR.. FollLDS,, L.U C. P;' (LoimI);,, (late OP LOS DON S.W.):> Having purchased dr fi,<her'&i' practice, will after Feb. 21 oo/.diut it at ■ " Eautirtgton," Morrigang-s.reet, ufo» doorn front. Dr. Fisher's present residence. " Eiistington," Mfirrjgarijf-street. 670"' F. H- G. PAYNE, solicitor, CONVEYANCER, &o., commissioner for AFFIDAVITS.. moss.,VALE. Will visit Bdwral every f...

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ysanthemum Show. IN AID OF Y. W. C. A. BUILDING FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 April 1901

' ■ ■ •: 'yBantlieimi ma SSsow. "iTi AID OF Y. W. 0. A. BUILDING FUND. T/i i aiiniml Chrysnnll cm un Show in aid of' the .raiding Fnno' of I,bo Young Women'rt Christian •V-ociation wns opened in the School of Arts, 15ow .•a!, on Wednesday nfternoou last. The attondnnco, ifjlto tho unfuvorublo weather, was mosl eatis • fc.btory, 'j'ho ilr/wfcathbr whiohh'o(lr prevailed during tho •OM! few months was tho reason that tho exhibits i?jr~ net so fine, nor no numerous. Nevertheless /..e i?!ooma exhibited woro Rood, sorao from Sydnoy ;.'Cir3 very fine,. Tho collection of pot plants exlii . eJ by Mr. Teplott deserve speoial mention, and , i! j ranch admired by the public. Owing to tho :city ot flowers only threo entries were received j.i: tho table decorations. Thnsc three tableB were .«,>r;t artistically arranged by Mrs. H. E. Wiclthara •.ad Miss Kate Maddern, Mrs. D. Rutherford, and .-Iiss Brush, tho judos' awardu going to tho two .ttst'in order. Mrs. Wickhom and Miss Maddern had their ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 April 1901

James Reed Injured. . . Mr.. James Reed, sfcruok his leg against a cake of ice in such a manner as to braise it severely. It became very much swollen and pained him so badly that he could not walk without the.aid of /crutches. He was treated by physicians, .also used-several kinds of liniment and two and a half'gallons-of whisky in bathing it, but nothing gavo any relief until be began using Chamberlain's Pain Balm. This brought almost a. complete cure in a week's time and ho believes that had he not used this remedy his leg would have had to be amputated. Mr. Heed is one of the leading merchants of Clay Court' House, W. Va. Pain Halm i3 unequalled for sprains, braises and rheuma tism. For sale by Mr. D. . Morgan,...Chemist. Bowral. - During 1889 the loss of life in Iuclia attri butable to snake3 reached the astonishing, total of 24,621, while wild animals wore debited with another 2960.. DARLING NURSERY,. Tl/f ESSRS. 1VL. C. SHEPHERD & SON about a ; year ago secured this ol...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 April 1901

raKanrmiMtamnmn w—■ ONE:!: TO BE READY,. TWO ! ! TO BE STEADY",. THREE !!! TO BE OFF-— TO . BOWRAL. Full Consignments, of WINTER STOCK ariQ to handj and; now selling rapidly.'. Ladies'" Beaver. Cloth Jackets Girls' Jackets and Cloaks. Children's- Pelisses-and' Warm Coats!-' Ladies'- Cravenette" Mackintoshes,:-= Double-hreastcd.' New Umbrellas. Fur Necklets in 6'different kinds and' prices.-. . . . FLANNELETTElS^-th'e best range: and the soundest value we have ever b'een able to^ffer.' FLANNELS—Welsh, Saxony, New' Zealand Greys, &c. SHEETINGS and CALICOES DRESS ' STUFFS;, all' at 'reduced figures , to make a genuine clear- - ancc. , Hoods and Bonnets;; Gloves and Gaiters.-. Jack. Frost will "be witH us directly.' Better buy your warm tilings and be ready, for him arid for tlie- cold winds. H'03iS.SE' K.TJGr@. COW RUGS: BLANKETS a speciality, from'7/r to 30'/-per pair. Men's Jerseys, Boys' Jerseys, Crimean Shirts. - D. RUTHERFORD, ARGYLE HOUSE, BOWRAL. M. CRAWFORD, Dentist, MA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 April 1901

rrUlB Howrul Branch of llio W.C.T.U., Silver OiiinJ X J 5 N TEIIT AIN M B N T - 811 iir3 , Recitations, ami. S|ioeeho<). Wcsleyan School Ilall, tuesday,. April 30th, 1001. Chairman, llov. A. \V. Pavton. rpilB MEMORIAL SB1WOB of sergeant JL MOl'SON will be comluulcd in the Oddfollov c'\ Hall, Bowral, on sunday, 28th April, ot 7 p.m. 775* Potato ONIONS, 4/- J owl., TRAIN FAUX Tree Oni&tt Tops, 3d lb. Onion and Cabhopo Seed, 'iSdr/—InANSD'OWNB & CO-, Goulburn. 77S •' Seeds, Mods: fruit trees • •'shrubs. - rest and CHEAPEST in stock:1 i0 PACK uts, train PAID, 10s. A.' LANSDOWNE &' CO . • Goulburn. - PUBLIC notice.--Givo orders oavly for-Prima'•* Boot, Slotton, Porlt, Venl, and Lamb. - Also ' all kinds'of Poultry dressed or alivo. Carts dolivoe'' in Bowral daily. ■ All customers punctually attonded • to by practical men.—J. W. norman, Bulclior, - Moss Vale. ■ Gruesome, fj, Imaginations, A Disordered'^! ■1 .*■:, Liv©r. ■; :-v '. i ** —— _ ■■ .v: ! Tho Cn...

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ELECTION FOR THE SENATE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 April 1901

! ELEOTION FOR . THE . SENATE. .piW final returns for the Commonwealth Senate have been published. . Fallowing are the particulars of-those -elected :—J. T; Walker (I?), 79,880; E. D. Milieu, M.L.O. (P);> 75,010; . A. J.1 Gould, M.L.C. (F)t, 74,25.8'; E. B. O'Conner (P), 72,858; J. XV Neiia (F), 70,563 ; E. Pulldford, M.L.C. (F);, 70,468. Mr-. J/Pi Gray was seventh with 69,499 voteB, and Mr. Norton eighth with 66,468. Between the eighth and ninth mau there is a gap of '18,000-votes. The- fifteenth man had only 1473 votes recorded for him. There are 38,674 informal out of a . total of 1,180,008 votes polled, or 21.27 £>er cent. jTbe number of voters whose votes counted in the poll was 181,899.

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SURE OF HIS WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 April 1901

SUHG:; OF ' IIIS.: WIFE.: J'"P0O.it !■'* *8airt -a .man in., tho. tram.:to a: group of business men on their- way down town. " It's all nonsense for* u woman to le.t a hfiUAo,.rnn into.disorlerly • ways. You ought to see how my wife does tilings" " Well, of course, that's all very well,"' responded another, but the beat houne kfceper gets behind BomutiuiKS.". " My wife never does, site is always the same,... Slje keeps everything. in first, class shape."" ' " She must be a remarkvble' person,", said another man. " How long.hsive you been married ?" " Ten years and she never ■ disappointed', jxie. . Why,.', gentlemen, .ohe. always puts Everything in the same plaeey.anilyoiv know just where to find wlmt.you are looking fur.•' JFpr iue.taoo.e I .went to.my drawer this morn ing before daylight nnd took-put^a liaudkei cbiei..before starting out,-and I know.just toell'&s I know my own name that that handkerchiefis just such a size, and ha* my initials worked in silk in the, corner...

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Casting the Horoscope. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 April 1901

Casting the Horoscope. By A BANKER.;. Even in those early days when knowledge was less, abundant, tliaa at the present time, it must be a matter .of wonder that, the so-, called science of astrology was so- universal* ly accepted ; :but that in ' this enlightened age, any but the mo9t crassly, ignorant, and illiterate conld give ; credence to a theory which is perhaps more ctterly senseless and irrational than any system of imposition or imposture which has ever been invented : to delude and to mislead,..is..beyond measure surprising. And yei. io this day, there are. persons, who in other matters are sensible and well-informed,..who believe, with absolute confidence, that when .the relative annual motion of two or more plauets round the | sun brings them into line with a certain star, a potent influence ib thereby exorcised upon the affairs of empires; and that the disposition and character of a man are en tirely dependent upon the position in the heavens, of,the. planets atr the. t...

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GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 April 1901

GARDEN.AND)FIELD CALENDAR FOB APRIL*. B*. Ai. liANDSDQWNB, Gnulburn.. Owing to the March rains, the land is in fine order for crapping, and large areas should bo sown soon as possible, that crops may get a start before, the. oold weatbor.. Work all lands deeply and thorough ly'and add suitable manures. Payable crops can not be grown without cultivation and manure.. New. .variotiaB-ot oats,.wheat, &o.„. should' be triad, also ."'experimental plots of how grasses. Wo may look for unsettled weather, with considerable rain, some thunder weather, cool sea breezes, also early frosts and fog,.. e Kitchon Garden.—Sow at once onidns, all kinds, and plant potato and tree onions, broad beans, and sow borbs, cabbage, of sorts only, lottuoe, raddish,' turnips, &a., plant out cabbage and caulifltwor. End of month a few early peas may be tried. Field.—Sow oats,.wheat, rye, barley, lucerne, cooksfoot, rye-grass, clover, vetches, onions. ' Orchard.—Still attend to codlin moth, taking...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 April 1901

bowral AND ROBERTSON FREE PRESS, 2/■ p,er.quarter in advance.. besxv ADVERTISING MEDIUM.. stenography:.. Ai w. BEER: !b prepared lo.reoeive-pupils BL, for SHORTHAND. Particulars and terms on application, at Office of This Paper.. 208 fhe COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY of SYDNEY, ltd. Capital paid op ... ... ... £1,000,000 Reserve Fund 1,010,000 Reserve Liability. .... .. 1,000,000 Total' ... ... £3,010,000 / DIRECTORS. G: J. COHEN Esq., Chairman. Hon. fl. E. KATER, M.lj.C.,Deputy Chairman. Hon. HENRY MOSES, M.L.C.: ' Hon. RICHARD JONES, M.l.o.: EDWARD. KNOX, Esq.. onmnAh manager; . Ti A DIBBS, Esq.. AUDITOH3. M S. .OAPE, .EBq., and W. I,; DOCKER; esq. BRANCHES in New South Wales and Queens land.. Agencies thioughout.tbo world; Bowral Brancb'i-, GAVIN GEORGE,. Manager. THE MERCIFUL MAN it merciful to bis Beast.; The eold nights are with ua. If you are wise you will protect your HORSES AND COWS with NAVY CANVAS RUCS, alflo rpgs made to order for either Horses or Cows. Horse Clippers, Dand...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 April 1901

Rev. S.A. Danahoe Testifie»to the Good . Qualities of ■ Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. On the 10th of December, 1897, Bev. S, A. Donnboe, pastor M. E. Church, South, I't. i'lcasant, W. Vs., contracted a severe cold which was - attend ed from the beginning by violent coughing.. He says : " After resorting to a., number of so-called ' -specifics," usually kept in tlio house, to no purpoc, ,1 purchased a bottle of Chamberlains Cough remedy, 'which acted like n charm. I moat cheerfully reoom mend it to the public." For sale by Mr, D. Morg/fja Chemist, Bowral.. Tea' Tea!! WE always have on hand new shipments of specially prepared Ceylon, Indian, Teas to. suit our customers.. | We also keep the beat Coffee, Cocoa, and JEssenco jof Golleo. If you have not triad our. Tpa, eend.i for.-sample, free on. application.. , We have the Flavoring Tea in lib,. 21b, and olb. •boxes. Price—5/ per lb. (No Agent Employed.) J. A. MOY & GO. 545 George-street, Sydney.. i T: B. Bunwoocliev Monumental 'M...

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Railway Information. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 April 1901

Railway Information. PABSKN'OEP- .trai/is arriva at Bowral from Sydney:.— ' 12.21 a.m. daily, SundayB excepted , 7 87,a.m. (Paper Train) daily, Sunday excepted., ll.12_8.ni>.,,Saturday onlyc ! 12.6S"p.m. daily, Sunday oxcepted • 5.33 p.m., Saturday only . 7,58 p.m., daily* Saturday and Suodayexcepted '' 0.28..p.ra.,, Sftturday'Only ' r' " .Passenger trains leave Bowral for Sydney :-r &.0 a.cn. .dally, Monday-excepted G5G-. a.m., Sunday only, stons. Mittagang and Stratlifield only, 7.3 a m.. daily, Sunday excepted.'. 8v39 a.m. daily, Sunday and Monday excepted, stops Mittagong apd Stratbfiqld only . 8.31 a.m. Monday-only, scops Mrttagong; and StratliQeld only. 1.30 p. pi. daily, Sunday excepted.

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Fruit Diseases. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 April 1901

JFYisit IMseases, The South'Australian Government nro evidently in tent on sparing no paina to prevent fruit diseases being introduood into their territory, and on Btarap iug out thoso already there. Mr. J. Kidd, state minister for agriculture, has just reoeived a oopy of tho amendod regulations-relating to the introduc tion o£ plants and fruits into South Australia. Vines and grapes mo prohibited- altogether, whilo trees, plants, and fruics eau only bo introduoed at Port Adelaide where thoy are subject to examina tion, and destruction without eompenaation if thought necessary. A further regulation is made, prohibiting any porson from keeping or selling troes, plants, or fruit affected with any proclaimed dis ease, under heavy penalties. Tho latter, regulation should have good effeot in preventing tho sproad of diseases within tho state. In new South Wales the government has not proper power to prevent tho stile of diseased fruit or trees, and many pests are getting a firm footing h...

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Bowral Football Club. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 April 1901

ISowral S^ootbalt At the Fire Station on Tuesday evening last the. annual meeting of the Bowral Football Olub* was held, Mr. Jap. Huggett occupying the chair. The eleotion of officers resulted as follows / Patron—Hon. W. McCourt, M.L.B.' President—Mr. V. B. Biley. . . ] Vice-Presidenta—fievs. Stanley Wilkinson and A. \V. Parton ; Dra. Vallack and Basil Foulds ; Messrs J. M. Christie (Mayor), A. Stephens, W. Murray, 0, I W. JIavfiden, J. T. Walker, 0. J. Boyle, G. H. Burn, | T. H. Keigwin, M. Rice, W. Charker, A: Loveridge, W. Riley, O. Riley, J. B. Hill, M. Jones,' Geo. W. Fuller, A. Hay, and J. Whittaker. I Hon. Secretary—Mr. W. J. Southall. Hon. Treasurer—Mr. G. Marks. Vice-President to Union—Mr. W. Tutt. Delegates to Union—Messrs. Huggett, Adcock, and M. Jones. Union Committee—Messrs.-Mark's and- Soutball. General Committee—Messm Jones, Adcock; S. Biley, G. Fraser, G. Allen, and W. Southall. - Selection Committee—Messrs Hugget?, Adcook, nnd Marks. Umpire to Union—Mr. B. Prior. It...

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Moss Vale. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 April 1901

Moss Vale.- ." A, onnisANTnnirtjji show, undor the nuspicesof the Women's Working Guild, was opened at tho Cen tennial Halt on - Thursday afternoon. Tho Hey. Goorgo Shappavd, in asking Mrs. Alick Osborno to opon tho show, expressed tho pleasure it gave all i present' to liavo Airs. Ogborno amongst them - nfiain after her trip to England. Mis. Osborne declared tho show open, and thanked those present for their kind remarks. Tho recent wiudy woather spoilt many blooms, but thoso exhibited woro.very fino specimens.

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 April 1901

SMALL DEBTS COUBT ' dqpe'and Valentino v Lavender, claim 18/7,"gooclBr sold find delivered, ' . .. No appearance of defendant.• Verdict-for.plain-■■■ till, with 0/oosta of court.

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