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Commercial. SUSSEX-STREET TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 May 1901

Commercial. . SUSSEX-STREET TRADE. Following are the wholesale quotations for Thurs day, May Wboat—23 6Jd to 2s 8d bushel. " Flour — N.S.Wm £6 15s to £0 per ton ; ditto, tonus, to £G.oa; Manitoba, £10 5a to £10 7a (3d.'1 Bran—8Jtl to Orl per bushel. Pollard—8|d to 9fit.. Chaff s-£3, to £i,. IDs-par .ion.. Oaten Hay—£3 to £3 10.s per toiii Straw—Derrick, £117s Od to £2 per ton; bun-, die, £2 10a ' . ' Lucerne Hay—Medium, £2 to £2 5a per ton ; : choice, £2 7s Gd to £2 10s. . Onts^rN.Z., 1b Od-to ls'lOd per bushel; Tas., la. 8d to Is 9d Maize^-N.S.W'M primo dry., 2s- 5d . to 2a .6(1 -per, bushel i second quality, 2a 4d'/ Potatoes.—Tas., £4 to £4 10s per ton ; N.Z'., "£3" 15s to £4 2s Gd, , r Onions -Yict., £8 to £9 per ton ; N.Z., £7 10s to £8. . .. f • /-j V ■ • ' \ Barley,r-Peed, Is lid to 2s Id per bushel. ... V Poultry..-Fowls, 23 to 3s per pair; roosters 2s 9d. to 4s; 'Brigliahidu.clsB, 2s Gd to 3s.;; Mupcovy, 3s 6rt to 4s 3d ; geese,,3s.to.5s ;. turkeys,* henB -5a to Gs Gd," ■ go...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 May 1901

Mr. Potter's-tender of £18 was accepted for the erection of a house to protret.tho rbh engine, the w>rk to lie proceeded with, and subject to the supervision and approval of the Churchwardens. COLGATE & GO'S. 'jAve_ ab'snhitely tire best in the mnrlcet. Th«ir Tdiliit Sonps of alt kinds,: boili scen ted mill nngcientL-d, avti made from oniv. tbcv Bwretesl ami. purest .materials, .wliiuh KuftoiL and whiLuii* the skiii.v : , . COLGATE'. & CO; h'ave recoutly beeii a.wanilecltbefirst aiafl x>nly vtrljiclr is' l])e !;hiuliofifc possible n wjtvd, and ranks iibove^hfliG.old' Hejul, " _ FOB*— A merrcan-TOILET a ud-ti HALVING-SOAPS, PEllEUMES, SACHETS, TOIKET , WATERS, JJENTAL AND. T/iJ.C POWDfillS.. COL^A-TF. & -CO;, NEW YOi!K, " ■ •> i Tin vnp-n CTT>i?ii'T SYDNEY BUY OF HAIG & CO. The Gash Traders. ■ 'O! . HEW WINTER GOODS NOW ON SALE. . . FULL STOCK, . . In Furs, Jackets, Capes, Waterproofs, Dress Goods, Plushes, Silks, Flannelettes, Blankets,. T...

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TEXTS FOR THE TIED. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 May 1901

TEXTS,.FOR:. THE.TIED.. If, at the beginning of- his ■ married- life, a man cannot.lja.ve enough controlover- him-, self to see that his wire does not get. her own way in everything,; and. that he does not make himself her abject sldye,. lie- .will' never be-able to recover his liberty, and-' he > is done for, ootid emu ed to subjection for the rest of his uaturaUifo... Tho beginning of wisdom' is to keep yonr wif&iu order." No government has ever been known- to. successfully suppress or., even reduce any liberty or privileges granted : to,.. tl)e peopta. If a man capitulates on the threshold of' matrimony, he ue.ver will bo able-to recqv.er. one inch of the ground he lms - surrendered!.'• Iu fact, a man has to be careful .to:. avoid-, spoiling a wife as he would a child, and that: for her sake as w.ell a? for his own." ; To be happy, for instance,, a woman does" not require the constant presence of her husband. On the contrary, slie will, enjoy his.company very much.if l...

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The Parochial Council. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 May 1901

Tlie Parochial Council., At-tho lost Easter Vestry tho parishioners of -St; Judo's, Howral. electod a paroohial council in ac cordance with tho provisions of the Church Act. The Koctor and three wardens being ox oflioio mem bers, tho following twelve names woro elected :— MesBrs. J?red Copo, S. .W. Hodge, II. E. JoneB, T. H. Keigwin, It. S. Mackenzie, 0... \V. Marsden, W. Monlt, H. M. .Oxley, B. M. Osborne, V. B. Hiley, W. Thornbury, and W._ Wallace. The Initial meeting of the nowly formed council was convened for Wed-. nesday evening last at St.. Judo's Hull. There wove, present the Rector, in tho chair, Mr. Kyngdon (warden), Messrs. ,Mackenzie, Monk, Oxlfi.v, and Thornbury. Apologies were received- from Messr?. Cope, Marsden, and Itiley. Tho first proceeding was the election of officers, Mi-. S. W. Hodga being appointed Hon. Secretary, and Mr. CJ.MV. Marsden Hun. Treasurer.: The motion, that .the council meet monthly was carried nem con and on tho first Tuesday in cach month at 7....

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Salvation, Army. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 May 1901

Salvation, Army. Barraoks, Oddfellows' Hall, Bowral, 7.mid 11 n.ni.V 3 nnd7p.m. Captain Iaabel DuffeU., : . 'J

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 May 1901

Havb you TBiED Rutherford's malt bread ? It is self-digestive, and contains groat nutriment Send' for a loaf.* A Bad Skin Boils; Pimples. Impure Blood. ..Boils are simply very-largis pimples." The trouble is' not ' in the skin, but down deep in the blood. - You oannot • have a good, smooth skin'unless it is ; nourished by pure blood; and the only ' way to make your blood pure is to take • aitstrong>;bl6od-'puri'fying medicine. Mr. F. Ellian, of 370 Rae Street," North Fitzroy, Victoria, sends us this ', letter, and'his-photograph: - -VI had a most frightful attack of boils and' pimples breaking outrfll over my body. I bad ' beard bo much about AYER'S I thought I would glvo it a trial. It took only., four bottles to drive all tlio impurities out of my system and make my blood rich. J liavo en-' joyed tlie best of health ever since 1 took it." ■ If your tongue is coated, if your food dis tresses you, if you aro constipated or bilious,' take Ayer's Tills. Prepared by Dr. J. C. AyerCo...

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W.C.T.U. The Lord's Supper. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 May 1901

w. c. T. U. The Lord's Sapper. • " Stuauge that calfcered Christian men ' can' play fast and loose with Divine ordinances, and relaxrulesundcr the impulse of fancy and create obligations without reason aa' principle) For convenience sake the church permits the use of leaveued bread in the Lord's Supper, though this practice is un warranted by the example of our Lord ; and ::we venture the opinion that in this* we are aoting on our Lord's own doctrine. ' It is the spirit that quickeneth ; the flesh profit cth nothing." We take this, sacrament in the morning, although our Lord instituted it at night; it is often taken fasting, though be instituted it 'after supper.' Yet in spite of the fact that our Lord and the iApostles never mentioned wine, but ' this : fruit of the vine' and' the cup' in their "•references to Holy Communion—in spite of all this, our bishops discountenance the use of fermented wine in the Lord's Supper on the ground of ' our Lord's example'; and clergymen place the...

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Roman Catholic Church. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 May 1901

Roman Catholic Church. Mittagong O, Bowral 11 Kov. Fr. Sboridan.'

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AN AMERICAN SHRIEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 May 1901

AN •AMERICAN SHRIE'K lii the Senate at Washington ' dri March 6, Mr. Morgan, speaking in support of his resolution declaring • the Claytoii-Biihver ■ treaty abr6gat'ed, said : • ,, " We will make no compromise with Great Britain on the subject of the Clayton'-' BViiwer treaty, and . we have' made'nb concession in ' relation thereto. What we shall do with' it—and some of pur peoplS'are opposed to. even that—is' that we shall declare'it'abrdgat'ed.'' .. 'f,If-the purpose of Great Britain is still to look for <|elay«'is.he vyill not" get 'it'. If'it be" h"dr''determination to pick a quarrel with us, she will find thait' the United Stat'es'ban muster at least half of the nurbbef of ; hien who voted for the President'at the last election as fijjhtitfgf ruetij and she will find when terniiri ates that the steel band whfch"' binds the throne in Lodddn'Yo'Australia and 'liidia,' and whibh' passes through ■ Canada^' 'will have been rent in twkin; -and with its severance down''- wi...

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B.D.A.H. and I. Society. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 May 1901

B.D.A.H. andjl. Society. The usual monthly meeting of'tlie above committee was held at Moss Vale on Monday last; the Hon.- W. McCourt, M.L.A;,- presiding. Correspondence was received from Mr. Prott, of Mittagong, stating that lie had removed exhibits from the show, and had done so for the past 14 years without ob jection being raised. Others had also done so, and had received their prizes. After, considerable discussion it was finally decided not to award a prize to Mrs. Prott, on the motion-of Messrs-Lam bert and Wiles,-as the exhibits had been removed contrary to'regulations. From Bowral and Robertson Free Press re- advertising.—Referred to new committee. From Shirley Manure Co. re" dispatch of 2cwt of manure for show-ground. Messrs,C. Taylor and G. H. Lambert were 'appointed scrutineers for the next election, and the following to carry out details re poultry show :—Messrs C. and H. W. Taylor, Wiles, Samuel, Mambert, Jones, Richardson, Cunningham, Salmon, Elliott, and Yeo. Several...

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Presbyterian Church. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 May 1901

Presh/terian Churoh,. Mittngong, Bev G A Gordon Bowral, Kov G A Gordon 7

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A NOVEL WAY OF POPPING THE QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 May 1901

NOVEL WAY OF POPPING THE QUESTION/■ A young Aberdoniari, bashful; but 'desper ately in love, finding that 110 notice wus taken of bis1 visilB to tii6 hbuae of his sweet heart, summoned up- sufficient 'courage to address tlie fair one thus : ; " Jean, I was here on 'Monday nicht." i " Aye.'yo were that,"- replied she. " An' I was here on Tuesday uiehtr1' ' " So ye. wore." " Arid I was here on'Wednesday," con-' tihued the ardent youth. • . " Aye,'and ye were here on-Thursday bic'h't au'a." , ...... " An' I was here last' nioh't." ' " Weel," she sttys " wliat if ye were " An' I km'here to-nioht agaiu." ■\ "'And what about' it; -even^if sye •'cfrm?' every nicht ?'•' , . " What aboot ItV did ye say ? Do ye no begin to smell aj rat ?'•'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 May 1901

ONE !; TO BE 11EADY, TWO ! ! TO BE STEADY',, THREE.!;!;!; TO- BE; QFF-r —TO— , . . BOWRAL, Full Consignments of WINTER STOCK are to hand; and now selling rapidly. Ladies' > Bcaverr Cloth Jackets. ■' Girls' Jackets and Cloaks. Children's Pelisses^and ..Warnij Coats, Ladies./ Cravenette. Mackintoshes,. 'Double-breasted. New, Umbrella's. Eur. Necklets.,in 6-.different _ kinds.and.] prices. "" ' ■ . FLANNELETTES.-the bqst range, "and the soundest,value "we have . ever been able to. offer. : ^LANNELS—Welsh, Saxony,. New... Zealand "Greys, &c. * SHEETINGS'and CALICOES DRESS STUFFS, all at reduced: "figures,to. make a.genuine cleat?.! ance. • ■ Hoods and.. Bonnets,; ■ Gloves and : Gaiters. Jack Frost will;be,with.us directly. Better buy-your warm.things, and be ready for him.and for the cold winds.: •' KOiEifSlS BLANKETS a speciality, from 7/-tp 30/-per pair. Men's Jerseys, Boys! Jerseys,: Crimean Shirts. p, miEMEmOMDk ARG:YLE HOUSEj ^#|OWfAtM "DR. CRAWFORD, Dentisty. ITAY BE CO...

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Primitive Methodist Church. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 May 1901

Primitive Methodist Church. Bowral, Kev A VV Pnrton 11, nnd 7 (Sacrament) ■■ Handanaon, Mr T B Gambell 11, Mr J Eeovo 7., Penrose, Mr E H ;Shoutta 3.,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 May 1901

The best msflicine knowu is SANDER &-.SONS., EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. , Test its eminent powers ./ul t'.lTecla in couyha. ccltis, influenza, the. rqlief i is •instantaneous, In seiiqus cases,.and. accidents .of . all kinds,,bp they wounds,burns, scaldings, bruiseo,. sprains, it is , the safest remedy—no. swelling—no. influinniation. Like surprising effects produced in croup, diptheria. bronchitis, inflammation of lungs, ewolling, <fco., dinrrhcca, dysentery, diseases. of kid-. neys and urinary organs, SANDER, AND SONS' .EUCALYPTI EXTRACT is .in use at hospitals and ;mpdical clinics all over the globs ; patronised by 'His Mnjoaty. tlie King of Italy ; crowned with medals and diplomas at International Exhibition,. Amster dam., Trust in this approved article and reject , all; others. ' ' ' • - ' '

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Wesleyan Church. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 May 1901

WeslevanGh uroh ■. Bowral,'Bov M MadJorn 11 (Sacramont), Mr W Richards 7 ■ Mittngong, Mr \V Richards 11, Rev M Maddern 7. Moss Vale, Mr W Richards 7 Bairaorul, Rev K A Corner 11. RobQttson, l!ov F J Branoh 11: «, Kangaloon, Rov F J Branch 2.30 Wilde's Meadow, Mr A Knox 3 Burrawang, Bev JF J Branch 7,.

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Bowral & Robertson Free Press. Saturday, May 4, 1901. THE TITLE TIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 May 1901

i Bowral; & Robertson Free Press. Saturday, May. 4,1901. THE TITLE TIDE.. Within,a,few months, Australia will be awep.t by a tide of titles. The heir-apparent 00 the. throne is the beaves of,, knighthoods of high Rud low degree,' from the gorgeous. G.C.M.G. to the common knight. Then he carries. G.B..'s and C.M.G.'s and other marks and signs too, nuiierono ,lo,, be cata logued. Tho,. question is, how does the general.-public regard this great temptation in the way of titles ?.-> A. few, years ago. it was fasbipnable to srieer at titles' and- snarl at: title-seekers... To accept " a mark of Eoyal. favor/'as,.it was termed, was to run the i-isk. of :pqpular. ruin . if s the, decorated happened to be a public man. Is this the I'oondjition of; the . multitudinous mind- to day ?<■ Probably not. The,growth of mili tarism, the. distrust .of canting a,nd ranting ;demog6guoB, the hatred , of. the, British on the,continent of; Europe, the. biillinucy. of the. Victor,ian ...

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SERVICES TO-MORROW. Church of England. SS. SIMON AND JUDE, BOWRAL. 4th Sunday After Easter [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 May 1901

SERVICES. TO'MOniVOW.. Church of England. BS. SIMON' AND JUI>J<;, IIIIWIIAL. 4th Runrinv Aftnr,T?na»or Divine.Sorvicos atlla.ui. (with Holy Communion), and 7_,p.m., Preacher, tho.Rector.. wiNaEOAiininuEB., Upper .MittttBong n,.]}urrQwang 8, Robertson 7.30 j Rev. D. ,T. Smith..

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GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 May 1901

GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR APRIL. By A; • Landbdownb, Qoulbnrn. • Owing to ttae March rains, the land is in fine order for cropping, and largo areaB should be sown soon ;as possiblo, that crops may get a start beforo the cold weather. ■ Work all lands deeply- and thorough ly and add suitable manures. Payable crops can - i not be grown without cultivation and manure. New varieties of oats, wheat, &o., should be tried, also ! experimental plots of new (jrassiSa. • We may' look for unsettled weather, with considerable rain* Borne thunder weather, cool sea breezes, also early- frosts and fog: Kitchen Garden.—Sow at onoe onions,-all kinds, and plant potato and tree onions, broad beans, and saw herbs, cabbage, of sorts only, lettuce, raddisli, tarnips, &o., plant out cabbage' and cauliflower. End ot month a low early peas maybe tried. ' Field.—Sow oats, wheat, ryoy barley, > lucerne; cocksfoot, rye-grass, olover, vetches, onions. Orohard.—Still attend to codlin moth,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 May 1901

BOWRAL AND ROBERTSON FREE PRESS, 2/- per quarter'in advance. BEST ADVERTISING RffiDItf ST. • STENOGRAPHY. W. BEEft: is prepared to rcceiva pttpila L. lot SHORTHAND. Particulars and tertns on Application -at OflSSe. of ifhis Paper. 268 COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY of SYDNEY, Ltd, Capital paid op ..1 •>-..» £1,000,000 Reserve Fund; .. .1 .. 1,010,000' Beeenre Liability. .. - • 1 ■ . 1 - 1,000,000' 0?dial1 .. £3,010,000' DIRECTORS. G, X. COHEN TCsq.y Chairman. Hon.' II. E. It ATER, M.L.C., Deputy Chairman. • Hon. HENRY MOSES, M.L.C. Hon. RICHARD JONES, M.L.C. EDWAliD KNOX, Esq: okneraij MiUMobh; ■ T. A DIBBS, Esq.. | AODITOUd. . j l3. S. CAPE, Esq/, and W. L. DOCKER',. Eeq. BRANCHES in New South Walea and Queens; land, f Agencies throughout the world.' Uowrnl Branch,' GAVIN GEORGE', Manager. THE MERCIFUL MAN M raeroiful to his Beast. The obld nights are with us. If yon are wise you tfill protect your HORSES AND OOWS with • NAVY CANVAS RUGS^ triso Rugs made to order for either Horsea'o...

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