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

BUY OF TJte C?a.sli NEW WINTER GOODS WOW ON SALE. ■ n FULL -STOCK, . Special Purcljasss, Large Display, !n Furs, Jackets, Capes, Waterproofs, Dress Goods,, Plushes, Silks, Flannelettes, Blankets, Tailor-made Clothes, Gloves, etc., and the balance of the direct consignment of Linen Goods. VERY SPECIAL.—Three sizes in Bordered and Fringed Table Cloths—the largest size is only 3/9. These are cheap at double the money—absolutely tlie best valvie in. -AjuistrjEilisa,. Don't; miss these. We would like to see every house in this district supplied with one or more of these cloths, because they are the best valne we have seen during our 25 years' exped ience of the trade. jPrice only 3s. OcT= Also on sale from the same works, Ladies' and Gent's Handkerchiefs, Loom Damask' Sideboard Covers, D'Oyleys, etc.. Splendid value, and at prices that cannot be beaten in Australia,- / . QLENMORE HOUSE, BOWRAL 1TOSX3 «g»SEXI -S-SKEKESEIBSS V DflZr. Cecif Compiom : PupfLH Received or. Yisitecl" iu Bowral ...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Fencing. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 April 1901

E^emcSsago [By H. J. Bdjisky]'. Tltk question of fencing is one that frequent ly oropu np on a farm and selection.^'In tlio earlier daysgood limber was so plenti ful that if a place did not have much on it there was always plenty lo be got near at linnd, but now in many parts of thei country it is so scarce that good rails can . scarcely be-bougb those-dnys-a-'good-'tbVee-rail. fence was. considered good ehougti for.' any thing. But since the advent of the have and rabbit something more -has to be thought of for cultivation purposes. I have seen tho applo trees'in au orchard complete ly ring-barked by. hares, in a- few nights. On orio occasion it wan p-iinted .out to mo that all the trees in a neighbouring orchard were ringbarked. The owner lived in Mel bourne,-au'd the caretaker did- not trouble himself over tho mutter. The owner was informed, and I received a wire to do what I could to save the trees. An examination showed that about fifteen inches in length of the bark was comple...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 April 1901

NOTES AND COMMENTS. Is tlio pood old days of our ancestor!*—rat least of those who had ancestors—the Curfew tolled at eight of a night, and by then every citizen had to l>e withindoors.- Streets were not lit in cfaja of old, and in dark aorticrs evil persons Iujfced. Nowa days the resources of civilization hsvo altered iluV. AU the night through tho street lamps ara burning to waste, and tho post olllco clock in illuminated (or should be} for tho speciul benefit of those who at times eeo doublo dials, double hoursr'-and revoking everything. 'l'ho rising gpneratidn, quite fcrget ful of that old saw, " early to bed and early to tm,'r reverse the practico, and squat on their heels, smoke cigarette onds, spit prodigiously, and talk inane tion ' sense, or worse, till tboy ehooso to retiro to tho par ental abode, What the parents think of their hope fuls may bo discounted by tho remembrance that pcrhapB they were likewise street arabs. *„*• * ■ , . 'TiS said that " Satan finds somo tni...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 April 1901

'Winter Goods now on ' Sale at Haig &. Co's.

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Bowral Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 April 1901

Bowral Police Court. At tho Bowral Polios .-Court yesterday. (Friday) be lote Meesrs. W. S. Caswell, P.M'.i R. S. Mackenzie, and J: J. Campbell, J's.P., — Walbury pleaded guilty to a charge of drunken ness, and wa8 fined 5/ or 48 hours. . . j.: , Severn! sympathiser's standing outside tho court put thoir heads together, or rather their hands in their pockets, with a view to subscribing the re quired amount, but on counting up the collection, there was a deficiency of 1/0, which of course was not sufficient, and the "geutlenian",was escorted to 'quad. : ■

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

Burrawang-; It is witli deep feelings of regret that we record -in this issue the death of Mr. Eobert Anderson- which took place at Barrawang yesterday' (Friday) morn ing. The deceased, who was sixty-eight years of age, hnd been suffering for the past nino months from cancer, but despite skilful' medical attendance and careful nursing he passed away as aforesaid. The late Mr.-Anderson, being well-known through out the district will be keenly missed. .. News is to hand concerning ' the 'death" of: Mr. Arthur Tumbull whicli took plnco in South Afriea, the cause of death being wounds received while ffchiini{ nt the front Doing highly esteemed and respected in und around Burrawuug the news oawe as a severe shocki. . •A memorial service is to'be held in St. David's Church' -'in honor of the late Mr Arthur, Tiinibull," who died in South Alrica while fighting lor hia King and country.'' . e

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 April 1901

Robertson. The following members of tho West Carorlcn Lan cers will pfoceed'with' the squadron to' Melbourne in-day, in order to take part in the Dake of* York' coJebratious :; > CoraoriU A". Humphries : Troopors J. Bernio, W. G. Du?ey, M. Maloney, M: McCaron, J; H; Warby. Uettderf >are reminded of Mr. Fuller's banquet in' •the Soliool of -Arts to-night. The recent rains will do a great amount of good, and farmers and dairying, generally, will experience considerable benetii, through the downpoor. The blacksmithing business lately carried on by Mr. W. J. Nugent has changed hands, Messrs Brew Brothers being the purchasers. The Deceased Wife's Sister's has pasiaed its second reading in the House of Commons by 27? to 122, '

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Bowral & Robertson Free Press. Saturday, April 27,1901. LEADER OF THE OPPOSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 April 1901

Bowral & Robertson Free- Press: Saturday, April 27,1901. • Leadership' liasr gone-to■yet another country member; Within: recent years we had Sir William Lyne, then Mr. John See,' and- now: we have Mr; Lee. Before that we had"city leadership by Sir Henry Parkesy Sir' George Dibbs and Mr>- Reid; The hopes of' the opposition have been Icentred on the sagacity of Mr. Lee, ancl Everybody will congratulate that gentle iman on the political honor which has •come to him, and by accounts come ' un solicited. As yet Mr.-Lee has given no evidence of capacity for leadership,- but then he has'never'had an opportunity to display aptitude in that direction. For the matter of that the same may. be said of nearly every politician who finds him self leader of the opposition' for the first itime. Sometimes; in the absence of the Premier, a colleague has led the "go vernment. Mr. Dalley was' acting' Pre-' •mier1 in the absence of Sir Alexander Stuart—at the time of the Soudan Con tingent ;• ...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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SERVICES TO-MORROW. Church of England. SS. SIMON AND JUDE, B'WRAL. 3rd Sunday After Easier. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 April 1901

SEHVICI5S TO-MOHttOW. Church of Em/lit nil. 88. SIMON AND H »\VRATj. 3vrl Sunday After liiiHict. Sorviccs nt-U nnd 7- p,,,a()hnr, hbo Uoolor. \VINOBCAHllinUKK._ Robertson U, Ewi ^n8aU,on ^u^^.;aullUl

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 April 1901

ITEMS OF INTEKEST Watoh for Mf. D. Morgan's now advertisement in our next isauo. There wore 15,118 deaths in Now South Wales- in 1900, against 15,'JOl in 1899 and lG.OGliu 1898. Special trains will run to-day and to-morrow, convoying tho troops from Sydney to Melbourne. , Am. who suffer from weak digestion should eat Rutherford's malt bread, it is highly recommended. Ask for cart to call.—*" During the last ton years frcetrado Sydnoy has increased by about 102,000, while tho increase In ■ protectionist Melbourne was only about 4000. Tho Rov J. Gr. Middloton lias come' to this dis trict for a fortnight to reoover health aftor his re cent illness. Ho is staying at " Gib Farm,'1 tbc residence of Mr. O. Waters, Mittagong. • Our old friend Jim Lake, woll Itnownaml popular hairdresser of former times in TJowral, whore he carriod on Business for four years, has, wo notice, ro-oponed Mr. Beaven's hairdrosBing saloon. ' We understand that tho Primitive Methodists are arranging an cntertainwo...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Our State Products and their Disposal. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 April 1901

Our State Prodaacts and tlieiif* IMsposal. By A. Lansdowne, Skkdsman, Goljmurn. There are few parts of the world possessing more varied facilities in the way of soil and climate for the production of fruit and othor products than New South Wales. It is pleasing to notice that steps are being taken to utilise tlieso, and to givo our growers bet ter returns. For years we have been struggling/with drought, floods, insect pests, &o., and aftor successfully raising a crop,had to sell often at a los3. Yet, all the whilo, consumers have been paying too much, and high prices have kept down consumption, and the cause has been doubtful. Dishon est salesmen and the middleman's profit?, etc., have all been blamed. Still the -fact remained that the grower often sold at a loss. Now it is proposed to start a jam and fruit-prosorving company,- and to buy all: fruit at a certain'figure so that fruit shall not be sold below a certain figure, ,:kud prices not bo at the mercy of rings. ,This wo...

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Bowral Council. APRIL 25, 1901. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 April 1901

Bowral Council. Atmt/25, 1901. TirE UBDnl fortnightly meeting was held on Thurs day evening last, l'reeent: Aid. J. M. Christie (Mayor), R. S. Mackenzie, J. J. Campbell, T. Mathcwson, F. B. Kyngdon, M. Rico, H. M. Oxley, and Job. Stokes. Correspondence. Erora Postal Department acknowledging receipt of correspondence re lighting of town clock. From Public Works Department also ro clock stating that the contractor would bo. communicated with". Prom chief electrician statin" that the matter ro crection of telegraph polos on footpaths was under investigation. The Mayor stated that (in inspec tion had been Bowrnl, and in his report to the De partment recommended that the posts bo re moved to the curb and painted. Aid. Campbell thought that aB there were only nino posts in the town the government might bo asked to erect square posts, chamfered and painted, in their placo. He made a motion to the effect that tlio department bo written to. Aid. Mackenzie in seconding tho motion thought they...

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Primitive Methodist Church. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 April 1901

Primitive Methoilint' Church. Bowral, Mr J Davios 11, Mr .T Geary 7 I!undiuioon, Rev A \V Purton 11 ami 7. Peuroso, llov A W Parton 3

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Wester[?] Church. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 April 1901

Wioslemn Ohnroki \ : - Bowrnl, Mr W H Jones It, Rev J W Winspnnr 7 MiltuRohg,' Itsv J W Winsponr 11, Mr Crick 7 Moss Vale, Rev J \V Winapear 8. linlraotul, Mr Doust 11 Colo Vnlc, Rev IC A Comor S1 Robertson, Rev. P. J. Branch 7" Kangaloon, R^v. P. J. Branch II, Mr. A. Knox 7 Wildo'a Meadow, Rev. P. J. Branch 3

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Roman Catholic Church. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 April 1901

Roman Catholic-Ohnrcfti . Mittagong O, Bowral 11 ; ; Bov. Fr. Shoriclan. -Salvation Army. Barracks, Oddfellows' Hall, Bowral, 7 and 11 a.m. JJ and 7 p.m. Captain Isabel Duffoll.

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Presbyterian Church. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 April 1901

Presbyterian Church. Miltagong, Rev G-A Gordon 11 Bowrnl, ISov Q-A Gordon 3.30 and 7

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HOW MAN RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 1 May 1901

HOW MAN RETURNS..' I callcd to tha Prodigal Man to return ■ From tbe regious of gay-paintod sin ; I told him tbe ring and the robe were pre ■ pared. Aad tlie. feast was laid reaty within. ' ^ Ob, swift seemed the feet of that Prodigafc Man r ' - To speed from liia error aa'd shnrpe,. Yet the mouth that seemed moviug'in peni ten Sprayer Was chewing the basks ad he came..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 1 May 1901

Save Money BUY OF HAIG & CO. ' - ' Cash T^adlers.. HEW WINTER GOODS NOW OK SALE. . . FULL STOCK, . . Special Purchases, Large Display, In Furs, Jackets,, Capes, Waterproofs, Dress Goods*, Plushes, Silks, Flannelettes, Blankets, Tailor-made Clothes, Glbves, * etc., and the balance of the direct consignment, of. Linen, Goods. VERY SPECIAL.—Three sizes in Bordered and'Fringed Table Clotlis—the largest* size is only 3/9. These are cheap at double the money.—absolutely- tlio best value in Australia. Dori'l^-miss these. We would, like to see every house in this district supplied with one or more of these cloths, because they are the best valne we l*ave seen-during our.. 25,years'- exper ience of tlie trade. -Price only 3s. 9d. Also on sale-from the same works, Ladies'and Gent's Handkerchiefs,- Loom Damask Sideboard: Covers, D'Oyleys, etc. Splendid-value, and. at-prices that cannot be; beaten in Australia. NOTS THE Haig and Co., The Cash Traders, QLENMORE HOUSE, BOWR A L. fWr. Ceci...

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Burrawang. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 1 May 1901

Burrawang. As-stated in in our' last issue, the grim hand of death has claimed yet another victim in this township, in the person of Mr. Robert Anderson, who died at his late residence last Friday morning. De ceased was in his 68th year, and was highly respectei throughout the district. The remains were conveyed to Kinma, at which place the funeral was conducted on Sunday afternoon, last, Mr. J. Simpson, of East Kangaloon, carrying out the fun eral arrangements.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 1 May 1901

Tlie " Scarlet Runner. A. W. Brer; bicyole dealer, Fi'eo Press office. has just' purchased a fivst-olaart, up-to-date "• Gent's " Scarlet litinner " Bioycle.- The machine ia fitted up throughout-with the very best B:S.A. jmtls. It is almost new, and thoroughly reliable in every res peot. The lalcRt and boat Morrow Free Wtionl his just been addsd' at an extra cost of nearly £3. thus umkinn the bicycle the best machine in the Barrima Distriot.. It was made to order last year, the whole sale cost being nearly £20 —minus the Free Whij'al... Having purchased the bike at a- considerable rciluc tion'the owner is prepared to- sell it complete- at' the ridiculously low cash prico-of £15'-lo/.. Inspec tion invited. A number of cheaper machines vary ing in price from £8' 10/ to-£1'A; are also on hand for - sale or hire. A' splendid lady's machine .is offered for £•!■ 10/;. A- complete assortment'of cycle accessories kept in stock, including an excellent line of DUnlop Pheumatic Tvres at 27/fi ...

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