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

Rev. S. A. Dormhoe Testifies to the Good Qualities of ♦ Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. '■ On the 10ih of December, 1897, Rev. S. A. .Donahoe, pastor M. E. Chuvoh, South, I't. Pleasant, 'W. Vo., contracted o'scvcro cold which was attend ed from- the beginning by violent coughing. He Bays: " After resorting to a number of so-called " specifics," usually kept in the house, to no purpof ,■ I purchased a bottle of Chamberlains Cough remedy,. ;which acted like a oharra. I mostcheorfully recom mend it to the public.'-' For sale by. Mr. •D.-Mbrgan Chemist, Bowrali Tea! Teal! WE always have on hand-' new shipments of specially prepared Oaylon, Indiau,Jaud China iTeas'td suit our customers. "We also keep'tHe best Coffee, Cocoa, and-3seence jof Coffee.' ; If you have not tried our> Tea; send for sample; free on application. i YVc have the Flavoring Tea in lib,. -21b,. and 51b. I boxes.- Price—5/per lb. i _ 7" (No Agent Employed:)1 J. A. MOY & GO. 545 George-street, = Sydney. J T". B. D...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Railway Information. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 May 1901

: Railway Information* Passbnoeii trains arrive at Bowral from Sydney • 12.21 a.m.', dailyi-Sundays excepted^ I 7.37 a.m.-(Paper Train)"daily, Sunday excepted [ 11.12 a.m.', Saturday only • 12.55 p.m. daily, Sunday excepted 5.33 p.m., Saturday only • 7i58 p.m. daily, Saturday1 all cTSunday excepted ; 9.28"p.nK, Saturday only Passenger trains leave Bowtal for Sydney 3.C a.m. daily, Monday excepted O.ol) a.m. Sunday only, stops Mittogong- and Strathfield only 7.3 a.m^ daily, Sunday excepted. 8^29 a.nf.' daily, Sunday1 and' Monday excepted, stops Mittugorig and Sttiuhtield only 8.3'i a.ta. Mo'ffcfay oilly, stops Mittogong and Strathfield only. 1.30 p.m. daily, Sunday excepted. •

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 May 1901

" Good Wise Nebds'no Bdhh." But it cannot be looyf ten.pointed out that when yoa go .to' the1 :i£y',fhefy'is ona place—.now recognised as'one of (be " sights of this city'"—that rio uYatterh'aw often ppn'haVe been before' yon should visit again';" that is the Cyclora'ma; for constant cbdtiRe# are being made to meet the public demand. . The latest addi tion is an excellent up-to-date Lumiere Cinemato jraph, with a number of interesting and humorous [ilma. The bull fi^bt alone is worth the modest shifting that admits the visitor to the Cyclovama ind the' host'of side shows which hiive recently been id Jed to this popular place'of pastime and profit.— (81; • '

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

NOTICE XJNDER : REAli PROPERTY ACT, APPLICATION; having been macloto bring the land hereunder; deaaribed under the . provisions of - the Real Property Aot, Cor till onto of Indefoasibla Titla will issue, unloss Caveat bo lodged iu . accordant with tbo Third Sobedule to tbo said Aot, on or bofore tho date named.. property. Name of Applicant.. : Residence.. Dato up to and in clusive of which CaveatB may bo lodged.. Mo. 11,714.. Municipality of Tiowral,' 1 aore 32perches, and 67.aores-2.roods 8 perches, situated in Bong.Gong.an4 Bow ral Stroots and ICangaloon.Road, adjoin ing the properties ot 0. flarvoyv Mrs. J. SavelV VV. Charker, H.. 0. Carter, and A. A. .Carter, being lots Nos. 19 and 20 and part of Lot No. .18 of eeotion No. 12 of. tho town of Bowral, lot No. 31 of the Wingeoarribbeo.Batata, and part of 4200 acres (portion No. IS-of parish); gran ted to. John Norton Ox ley and Henry Moles worth Oxley.. David Brooks Harrison*.. r and Jonathan Hurrison.. .. ' •i '. i '' ■ 1 . 1 ' Su...

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COURTING A DUTCH GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 May 1901

COURTING- A -DUTCH -GIRL/ 'A MfiRCHAST'"tofd;'nie a' story' yesierday which goes to show that unless the Dutch overcome their aversion to cold water the1 operation of biudiug the two racesjnicire closely together might hang fire indefinitely. A young Englishman,'-smitten with the pharms of a/. Dut'cli girl, made excellent progress. She struck him as being un conventional, affectionate, -and altogether a big success. When out walking, after' a thnnderslprm'one-after.noon, 1h0- la3yi nn; fortunat&lyj -was splashed with yellow mud; which distributed itself over the inside sur face of her right ear. .Her sympiithiitfd lover' was upset. Three days after (V'firda he thought of whispering"-' something to her, and saw that the ear was still coated with rood,'now hard and dry. He was at a loss to know how to couv6y a'delicate hint, that the earth should be excavated and' the ear carefully"washed.1 At the end of the week, though adore mud had fallen" away, owing £b' wear and tear and ...

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

WANTED, o-Housekeeper byarniddla ogcd i man.—Apply to X.Y.Z,, Post .Office, Bow- • ral. 7Q0 FOR SALE—No. 8- » Alexandra >' SEPARA- - ' TOtt (85 gallons), almost now. A bargain, . must bo sola io close accounts.—E. H. .STOllBY,'. IX Elizabeth-street,.Sydney. 785 » EOR SALE,: in good ordor, Bord Grand PIANO •> ' (Full size).,. Apply, offioo of this, paper. . 783.; |7*0R SALE.-r3 Lady's , Bicyolos, 11 • Gent's •„ Bioyoles, and all Cyclists Goods. —A, yv, BEEB, Free Press Office. SEEDS, ftll kinds; FBUIT TREES; SHRUB?. . i BEST and CHEAPEST in stock. 40 PACK ETS, TRAIS! PAID, 108. A, LANSDOWNE 'cfc.CO., Goulburn. rjUBLIC NOTICE.—Give orders enrly for Prime >■ X, Beef, Mutton, Pork, Voal, and Lamb.- _ Also., all kinds of,Poultry dressed or alive. Carts deliver> in Bowral daily. . All customers punctually attended £ to by practical men.—J. ,W. .NOBMAN,:.Butcher, „ Moss Vale. Hospital Service. A, UNITED HOSPITAL SERVICE will be held s; _CJu TO-MOIUK)WV(Sunday) Afternoon (weathe...

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MRS. KRUGER AND THE SENTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 May 1901

MRS. KRU&E& 'AND THE SENTRIES. "The most pathetic figure in 'tliia war," (writes "An Englishwoman in Pretoria " in the " Outlook ")f is poor bid Mrs. Eruger. She,is a real'good sort!" She'implored the old man not to have war, and oried bitterly when he declared it. • "Whentho British ertterdd Pretoria', of'coors'e, they motmted guards at' the Presidency, as well as other public buildings; but in a day or- two Lord ' Bobs1 remored themi-'and put the usual Boer ken trios'at the' Presidency. Tla^low Boer women'Went and abused the' old lady frightfully,, for " her '..husband's actions and * led her such a life, that the poor" old . soul sent' and asked Lbrd 'Bobs ' to replaae the sentries to protect her from her own people. British sentries are still to be seen iu front 'of the Presidency, arid tlie old 'darae is very good to them, sending them coffee and Dutch' cookies. The Tommies speak quite, affectionately of her, and I think Mr. Ivnigev's action in leaving her, thou...

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A CURIOUS ADVERTISEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 May 1901

■ A • CURIOUS ADVERTISEMENT. The ReV. H.' J.. Wilmot Buxton qnotos' tho following • iri > " Church and Homo" amongst a list of curious advertisotaenta : •'To-widowers and single gentlemen. Wonted.by,a Jady, situation to superintend tlie household and preside'at table. ' She is ngreeabld,. becoming, careful, desirable, English, facetious, generous, honest, indus trious, judicious, keen, lively, merry, natty, obedient^ philosophic, qriiet, regular,' soci able* tasteful, vivaoious, womanish, Xantip pish, youthful,'zealous." He must havo been a bold mfin,' whether single or ' widower, who answered a lady requiring the.whole alphabet to detail her virtues. •

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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 May 1901

NOTES AND COMMENTS. Amk.rica booms hig in the near distance na tho coin ing tlisturbor of trade. Ilcr competition has nl rendy bocn felt in Germany, and produced n finan cial eiiBis; nud next comos tlio tussle with Eng land. .Mr. Morgan, a New York Napoleon of finance, lias boon swift to spizo tbo'opportimity of England'h taxing export ooal ]/- per.ton, to contond a line of steamers that has of late been largely engaged in conveying Penaylvnnian fuel to Europe. He buys a million shares, not minding a few. pounds moro or less, and thereby control^ tlio whole Leyland con cern.' Qthor interests in the company,, being. in a minority by reason of the Morgan vote, will be per mitted to see their money mado duoks and drakes of, if neoessary, by the 'outo YonUep, and tlioir only remedy is to sell outto him.. Mcinoy. is an enorm ous power.in tho, world to those who know, how to. use ifC" Fortunatoly there are but few such. One of the Kothchild's used to say that it required more brainB to ke...

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St. Jude's Gas Engine. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 May 1901

St. Jiide's Gjas Eagiiie^ Mn. Hysnus, the agent, and engineer for. tho '.'Na tional Gas.Engine Co., liae boltod the sniall motor to its concrete foundation, and the pipe connections are also made for gaa, water,,, and cxlianst. Till tile roof is in situ ho .will be.unaltlo to progress further, and thereforo returned to town yesterday.. A tender has.been accepted by .Mr. Potter. to.erect an engine, house,.entirely in harmony with the architecture of. tho church, and whereas a.mere shed to cover the engine might have.cost a few., pounds,, the contract is for £18. This will, when commenced.,onjy take a short time to complete, and then the final connec tions .und Rearing tai eJfect the. automatic blowing ' will bo placed in position. , j. Tlie sighing of tho exhaust is to ba minimized by iimhg a length of pipe, - ft portion o! wliielr is of fiiiVeb greater diameter, and into which the exhaust will expend." When completed the engine cnii;"-bo set in niotion as onsilx-. as- lighting a gas...

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W.C.T.U. Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 May 1901

W.C.T.U. Concert. On Tuesday, evening, last the local branch of the Women's..Christian Temperance T^Tnion gave an interesting entertainment in the Wesleyan school hall. The Rev. A. W. Parton occupied, the chair, and. in, the course of a few introductory remarks said that the W.O.T.U. movement, al though comparatively small.in Bowral, was extending to all parts of the world. At the time of the Queen's death, the W.C.T.U. had dispatched a beautiful floral tribute in the shape of a large bow, bearing the'inscription in violets, " Sym pathy from half-a;-.million -women." "D,uring the evening the. following pro gramme was very .nicely gone through Hymn, " Rescue the Perishing ; prayer by. the Rev. A. W. Parton ; . pianoforte solo, " Mondo " , (Weber), by Miss Flem ing ; Miss Elsie Toone very excellently recited " Don't,"; while Miss Baldwin en tranced.: her listeners- with the song, " Island of Dreams.'1.•■. A„. recitation w,as then given by Miss Funston in her usually u jvto-date style....

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Junior Exam. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 May 1901

Junior Exam. The Junior. Examination in oonnoclion with tlio TJnivprnity of Sydney will tnlco place on Monday, Juno 30th, at 9.30 a.m. Local candidates 6hould send entry forms and fecs.to the secretary, liev. M. Maddern, not later than Thursday, May 16th.

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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 May 1901

ITEMS OF INTEREST'. A 35-gallon Alexandra Separator is advertised for( Bale. ... ... Chicago is taking steps to have the spitting nuis-. tinco abated. The stomach of a living human being can now bo photographed. Hark Twain says that Wagner's music. is not as bad as it sounds. How to avoid a cold—Keep your month shot, when out of doora. ' ' " " It is expected that the comet will be vory con-, spicuous by the end of the week, and a striking ob ject in the evening slty. •" ' Miss Qniglcy, of Berrima, haa been appointed nu.reo at the Nmrandcra hospital. ' So far a very mild winter lias been experienced this yeijr, but still there's plenty of timo yet. ' ' A, W. Beer, bicycle dealer, is sailing a splendid line of Dunlop tyres at 27/G per pair. Cyclists please note. " *' ' The Espter railway station is to be improved by the erection of a porch 9tt. s,6ft.,'aud also ii email desk for writing upon. ' The Moss.Vale pouncil.is calling a public meet ing to oonsider thq advisability of supporti...

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

.Con^umpliou's-often caused by cold,. : Neglected in its early stage, And ouce it gets a pood (inn bold, i It hasn't rnucl) respect for age. Now wlien a man's so near the grave, When hope is dead aud death seems sure, - Oh ! whul can ease him, what can save ? ■ w. E. Woou.i' GliEAT PjJl'l'iiP.JIIN'Jl CuiJK.

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Burrawang. CIVILIAN RIFLE CLUB SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 May 1901

Burrawang. CIVILIAN, RIFLE _ CLUB , SHOOTING; The,first prize shooting in connection . with the above club .for. the.current quarter , was bonipienced last, Saturday at the local range Mr.A. K/D.. Yonge excelled himself as . a marksman.. Appended are lira scores: — ; buuyas uuuyns n*c*p . j-'ci A. K. D. Yotigo 35 , 30 — ' 05. J. Carson • 83 1 28 : —,. 01 KvYonge ' SI 23. — , CO D. Sniith juij., .80. 25 , 3-: 5fS • J.-Bryen , 28 25 ; 2 55 S.'Hnytor, .. 28 ; 25 . — 53 R. EUiott 30 , 20.) 2 • 52 J.R. Millet..' 20 . 31 —. 51 IJ. Bunt ' 22 . ' 28.. 3- 48 W. Burton .. ' 23 11 10 • 47 X'Curtis., .v 22- 17' 5 . 4-i lYByan .. 5 10. 18 3? In tho School of Arts to-morrow, (Sunday)'even-. ing by requost the Rev. F. J Branch ivillcoriduct. a msmoriul Borvico to the Into Mr. B., Anderson, com-., p'encing at 7 o'clock^.

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A RECORD OF THE M.L.A.'s PROGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 May 1901

" ; A llECOitD OF THE M.L.A.'a PftOGRESd. TnE people of this oountry,\tako.a pardonable pride in. the progress and prosperity of-what may be term-, ed purely Australian institutions.-• There is no ; necessity for always, looking afar for success when : wo command it .within our own sea-shores. These remarks are induced by an examination of the 32ud annual report of the Mutual ..Life Association of 'Australasia, familiarly known as the M.L.A.., which .ban juftbren.presented, to policy holders and the genbral public.- In every.-eaHential of sound progress-, the record of the past-12 months ia. gratifying- and. Reassuring. 'Carefully; and economically managed 'with funds>wi8ely invested,, the M/ti.A. presenis to all who t:'.ko the trouble to investigate a striking illustration of the wisdom and safely of Life1, Assur ance in an'Auatrali'a'n office. Last, year opened a. nuw qui-qm-nium.. New hueiries-s--had been dealt-' with-by-the directors under 3239 proposals for £82Siil?5&amp...

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ROBERTSON NEWS. POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 May 1901

ROBERTSON; NE^TS, P.OLIGE COURT.' Before Messrs Nisbet. P.M., and W. P.' Brenning, J.P. ' Job Rchofleld . was. summoned: for,. assaulting Ernest Noble. Defendant pleaded fiuilty, and was fined 10/, with costs' of court, lawyer's feo. £1,1], and expenses. of three witnesses.' ' ' ' " ' ' Mr. H. M. Osley appeared for the plaintiff-. A amall debts case was also heard in . which Mr, Hanrahan (plaintiff) was granted a, verdict for the fall amount claimcd (£11/) .with 5/ costs of court. There was no appcarance of defendant.. The weather still continues showery, and a. good winterseason is looked forward to. Messrs J. D..Wood and Oo. conductod a very sue-. ceBsful sale on Wednesday Inst. on . account: of: the. executors in the estnto of the late Mrs. M. A. Porter. Cattle sold up to .£0 15/, poddies 2G/IS,: and . other, items at satisfactory rates. •Messrs.Brew Bros, notify by, advertisement, that they h'aye purchased the blacksraithing and wheel-; wright business recently carried on by Mr....

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

House-Painting; - PAfER-HAIlGISG, DECORATING. Picture Frames of eterydescrip tion made to order. All Workmanship/ Guaranteed;1 A. E. LEES (Opposite \v. Murray's),' Bong I^ong St^eet, gowralv Many Pounds a; year saved by Buylrig at Haig .'and Co's. Colin FfirtfUsow^ VIOLINIST. Y' isits ' bowbal • eVeYy' TUE8DAY:' ana FRIDAY. For tormsr&o., apply ■' Mr; 'Ebb.' 'hong Bong-street. • 2?®. NEW' WINTER GOODS; Fashionable- Jaek&tsVand> Gapfes? «*• SPLENEID liOT BOYS*' SUITS. =^9 NEWEST Mackintoshes and Rainproof C'foaks> for all,. at qualities and prices to" suit all pockets.' .: . " Marston's ..... opposite RICE'S hotel; bowral. THIS CHILD WAS BROUGHT UP ON MILK ARROWROOT HOW TO GIVE' THE. BISCUITS ' FOR VERY YOUNG CM ILDRIC- tub \the' hiscujU n'ry.Jijjntly on a pfcnn miVmej; grater, or.' cn^sh^vejjj'fiiiehntl sieve through-- a"stc\e, mix p carefully with boii ng > water, stirring well, a'ld Rive through bottle or by spoon. As. there is^niilk-'in thcm,V<...

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

. Kot- a* Surprise/ It will not be n surpri-o In any who aro at nit familiar. with the. Rood goaliries jf Chamberlain*)* Cough lismed.v, to know thiU |.o -pie everywhere take pleasure in relating their experience in the'uso of that splendid medicicine aud in telling of th1 beneIlttbeyliiivereceivedfrom.il. nF d colds it, has cure i, <>( Ihreatcno • uLUu'tiH o' ptuujnonia it has v rlitl mirl of 'he children it has saved from attacks .of croup and whooping coupli, It is n gaud, good medicine. For sale by D. Morgnn, Chcmint, liowral.. 'A.. ."W". iB.eeiv BICYCLE DEALER, _ I^owjpgI. V) ~tf Imaginations;. A Disordered Liver. j i • ,■ :• ThsC&saof ^ Mr. J. M. PALMER; (Pot the Lt'whhardl Standard.) One of tho moat astonishing oases of re covery from a sorious illness of long atand ing was investigated by a roportor from thit.-' olfico In oraer that wo may bring under the.., notice o£ our readers a practical illustration, of the phenomenal success which a certain branch...

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TO REPAIR CUTS ON BICYCLE TYRES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 May 1901

; TO BEPAIB CUTS ON: BICYCLE' TYRES. A. 6beat number1 of-cyclists bave noticed ; from time to time the outs and abrasions which • their' ,tyreS baye sustaiued/cauKed ' either' by' glass bottles, • sharp stones, - or ''other'like obstructions ori the*' r&iidftayj an3 have endeavoured' to repair the injury as. jbe^ they know'how. An ' ordinary (mtch •will uot answer, it sopn wears. 0&? M'fx a s&Uspodnful of powdered ' sulphur; with as much solution, stick on the patch with un mixed or ordinary solution, then cover it: evenly with"the mixture. Leave it dry for eight hours, and it will become perfectly hard and a permanent repair. -

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