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The Warring Elements. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 May 1901

Ting Elements; By-A - BANKER.' • Even by tbose whose home is on tlio rolling deep and who pursue tlioir avocatious on tlio great waters', a very severe storm at sea Can not fail to be*. regarded as an 'undesirable experience ; but to the average landsman, however brave and courageous he may be, a ' raging tempest, ■ which apparently threatens destruction td. tho good ship in whioh he' is voyaging, is uii^tiestionably the reverse of enjoyable. • . Arid truly-such a storm is-'appalling and terrifying.^ After a deadly and oppressive odlm, the copper hued sun Sets in a heavy, lurid glare, angry and threatening. Soon the menacing violet-indigo' gloom 'in the west assumes a sable darkness, • beneath whioli'a'low arch of'pallid light faintly .hoverd over the horizon for a brief space, then, dying, away, is absorbed in an ominous black cloud-wall,' apparently advancing straight; towards the vessel impelled by sbme unseen mighty forces at its rear. • Bht now, with an infuriated. roar,.;the' ...

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

IN MEMORIAM. IN sad and loving rememberance of our dear little son, Oliver John, who died May 2nd, 1900, aged 1 year and two months. Rest little loving sleeper,   Close to thy Saviour's side ; Housed with thy tender keeper, Safe : for the Lord has died. Inserted by his sorrowing parents, F. and A. READ. 784     IN MEMORIAM.   IN Loving Memory of My Dear Sister, MARGARET BLACK, Who departed this life May 4th, 1900, at Sydney- Grove, Newcastle-on-Tyne, England. Inserted by her loving sister, Elizabeth Clayton, Bowral.   Gone but not forgotten. 788        

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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The Sydenham Railway Disaster. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 May 1901

The Sydenham SLail way Ulsastei?. The inqrtest into the circumstances con nected :with the death of Herbert Ditrn ley, who was killed-'owing to- the derail ment of a train near' the Sydenham sta tion on February 15•last, was, continued on .Monday before the City Coroner (Mr. J.i G. Woore) and a! jury. The inquest was adjourned on March-19 for the pur pose of allowing Mitthew-'Doyle/ the' dri iver of'the train, who was then in the hos ipitalv to give evidence.' He was carried - ;into court on 'Mpnd&y, and accommodated Iwith an easy chair.' ' ' , _ l .William.-Throw, chiet -mechanical en gineer-(recalled I, said that he considered there was nothing unusual in the 86- de railments of the " F" class of>! engine in xo'years: Of these 60 had occurred in shuntings, Joops, and sidings,- and the re-' inaining 26 on' the main line. Of the lat ter number,,twelve were due- due to de fects -in-'the line, and-Ti^to'SOttfe mechani cal-defects such • as broken springs, and others to'unkn...

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The Royal Visit. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 May 1901

The Royal Visit. The landing of4he Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York at" St. Kilda, Mel bourne, on Monday afternoon, eventua ted under circumstances of the most unparrelled grandeur and enthusiasms The weather," which'for several days -pre vious h'ad been threatening, proved : most auspicious. Ther6 was a crispness in th'e atmosphere which-was most invigorating, atid enabled people to • walk"1 about with out experiencing- undue- fatigue.- The navy gave a royal welcome to. • the- Duke and Diike and Duchess. The stately pro cession up Port Phillip to the landing at Port Melbourne was a fitting end to-'the oversea journey and an auspicious begin ning to those proceedings which constitu ted Australia's welcome to the heir to the throne and to his consort. The disembar kation took place at St. Kilda pier,, whi ther>the Duke and-Duchess were- taken by the steamer Hygeia. The National Anthem was played • as they stepped ashore,' and a Royal salute was- fired. Their Royal Highnesses ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 May 1901

' If; .yon' feel1 out; - : sorts^ s.- ' - tJry ' - 'w,, Minerva . . T o ni c l £tt': . . oncei The ■Wise' General' does-riot fortity' n/ftei* tlve eitaxlel is in ruins ;: lie ioi-tilies at thie be<*imiing,i and'wins. jon't FORGET this; and jtct IN TIME—NOW: all- chemists; " direct' mrom! the" sydney depot, 5g■ margaret' st. COLGATE" &- CO'S; Soaps and AVe'' absolutely tlie best iti fche market. Itheir Toilet'Soaps of all lands; both scen tfedand urtscented; ate made from- only, tlie sweetest and purest materials}-which soften add whitea the skitt;- - - COLGATE &■ COt '~ Have recently tieon awarded tlie first an&:only. PARIS GRAND PRIZE 'xfiiicli is tlie highest possible award, and! ranlia above tlie Gold Medal, , : — FOB — - American toilet and SHAVING SOAPS,. PERFUMES, SACELBTS,. TOIKET' WATERS,. DENTAL and TALC POWDERS COtOATE & GO1., ; new yobk;. j ■ *nd S(T mRGARBT ST^EET^S YDNE y:

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 May 1901

B' ff AD WHAT" - VITADATIO IS DOING. CONSCMPTi ON Can tie ' Cured.' • Kead What Mr- Fred.1 StevensoiL Says V IT ADA T10 Has Done for Him DBtigog, July 17,1000. ■ Mr. S. A.'PAI/MEB.' Dear Sir,—For over two years I auffnred ■ from wliab the doctors here told me was Consumption, atid during that time I suffered considerably, and ofiuld not get any relief. SoVen times I broke a bloodvessel, and gave upall hope of recovery. Tho dbctorstold inu they could not do me any good, and Rftvo mo up. It was then that I heard of VITADA TIO, and I determined to try it. The first bottle did met a-deal' of good,' and after takings twelve bottles l ean now"aay I am quite cured. Twelvo months agd I weighed under nino stone, and to-dny 1 'was weighed at your representative's request,' arid was jtist ton slone eight pounds, and am now work ing on tho roads m maintenance man, and well able trt do a hard diiy's work as well as I could years ago.' I-am well-known here; and Will do all in my power td pursuado...

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WARM MILK FOR THE CALF. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 May 1901

WARM MILK FOR1 THE CALF. Don't feed the young calf with cold milk. If yon bad ever made cheese'yon" would know better,'says the " Farmer," Iiis stomach is 4ike a cheese v*t of milk after the' rennet in added. The tennet taken Horn tfrti calfe stomach coagulates the: milk ii; the calf's stomach. And! every ' oh'pese maker kaows that renttet will not act upon obld milk in his oheeso vat, neither' will it avt upon • cold - milk1 in - tho-calfs st'omaoh until the calf bias warmed that milk to the pl'dper temperature. Cold mil lc' causes the calf to shiver with the cold, deranges his di gestive-machinery,• -rduders him unable to make a thorough assimilation of bis food,' and serioasly.'impaira bis future usefulness as a feeder.' He usually turns out'a pot bellied,: bristley .floated rnnt, when if a little ^S,rmtli could have been put iuto bis milk bbfoto feeding-lie might have turned out to bfe a fat, sleek-coated fellow,^ a1 satisfaction atad^a profit to bis owner. ■

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Abdul Hamid in Private Life. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 May 1901

AJbdwl Miasms! i« Private Life.. Abdul IIamid, Sultan, of. Turkey, must always be a figure pregnant with interest, for the world at large. A. new work short ly to appear in an English translation is. from the pen of M. Georges Dorreys,,and is a. clear and. apparently authentic ac count of the life and! reign, of the only. ! monarch in.Europe powerful enough to j successfully withstand the/march, of. civi lization.in his own dominions, whose tem por.il authority is.without limit, and whose spiritual sway, exceeds* perhaps, that of. any- priest on earth. Turkey and its ruler have so long, presented a. vexed problem ,the issues.of which;are. of such moment to 'Europe,.-that a.nearer-acquaintance with the vie. intime of; the Sovereign, cannot j fail to be welcome and -instructive. To I western;eyes the Orient.has ever appear ed' shrouded in. a; veil- of" mystery and. romancej'wh ich, .t hough impeding a clearer .vision, greatly enhances, the fascination., i The tortuous ,ways of the Eas...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 May 1901

Used foySJrilisli Soldiers in Africa. ! Capt. 0. G. Pennison is well known nil over !Africa an commander of the fumes Hint enptnreil the famous rebel Galiaho.,'. Under (Into of November •!,, 18971 from \Tryburg, Beohiwnnlawl; lie write*:. " Before starting.on- tlio Infit nami'aipn thought a 'quantity of' Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera anil : Diarrhoea Remedy, "which I used myself when troubled with' bowel compliant,, und had given to mv men, and in every case it proved moat bencficial " For sale by. D;.Morgun Chemist, Bbwral. WE always bava on hand now shipments of specially prepared Ceylon,Indian,'.and China i'i'uas to suit'ou/oustomors.. Wo also keep the best Coffee, Cocoa, and Essence • of Collue. If you have not tried our. Tea, send, for: sample, freo 011 application.. We have tho Flavoring Tea in lib,. 21b,. and 51b.. boxes. Price—5/per lb.. , (No Agent'Employed.)"' 545 George-street, Sydney.. T. B. Dunwooclie, Monumental; Mason, BO WEAL. 8241 Th8 Live Upholsterer1. IS 'still pre...

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A DEATH ADDER IN A COW'S STOMACH. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 May 1901

A~- DEATH; ADDER IN A- COWS' STOMACH. A oorberponbent sends the' following, item"1 from the Stanthorpe " Border Post" and' says we can easily verify vhe stovy " The heading to this par., savours-much"' of the proverbialsuake yarn,' but it is' nevertheless true,, and can be- verified by. several well-known lesidents; who. actually saw the cow killed and opened, and the* adder taken out of-the animal's- BtomacliV The facts are these : On Wednesday week-: Mr. Yitchie- noticed one of his cows nnwell, and the following morning she was in such agony that Mr. • Nitchie decided to put an end to her misery^ by killing her, which he-didi . A'podt-mortem examination waB then, held on the animal,- and • on the stomach being, opened a death-adder two. feet two inches long was found; The- rep tile was, as may be supposed, -dead, ■ but it. bore no marks of having passed under- the cow's teeth.- How it got-there remains a mystery, and can only be a-subject ofi-con jecture." ; -' - - ' You can depen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 May 1901

House-Painting, PAPER-HANGING, DECORATING. Picturo Frames of every descrip-. tion made to order* a%i-. Workmanship, Guaranteed.. (Ppposito w. Murray's), ^ong Street, fgowraL • ' • ' • ' ' 5.99J Many Pom aids a year I saved by Buying at Mai'g; smd Co's. Colin Ferrjuso% VIOLINIST. xtisits nOWRAIi ovary TUESDAY- and V FMD.AY.. " " For Terms, ac.,, apply Mr. Ebb..'. Davis, tying Bong-street.. ' 270.; MlpWMP—II |— ■ ■!! !■■!■■— IB— |WHW> III■■■ IIIII>■ II llll II Willi IIIIIH III n 'NEW WINTER GOODS.. BABIES" ... f^sjiiorjiafrle!, Jackets- and; Gapes;, SPLENEID LOT BOYS' SUITS. j» iEWEBT 4 IVJaokintoshss and Ramppoof' Cloaks foi^vall, at qualities and: prices to. suit all pockets;. .. .. *= Marsfoia's : , . . OPPOSITE RICE'S HOTEL, BOWRAL. TG; GIVE: IUSCIUTS\ HOW TJi E; FOR VERY ypiJiVG, CHILDREN, rub llu» • biscuits very Ji^luly on , a cluan.mUmcj; irratrr, or < crush very-fine.arui siev« through 51 sieie, mix. cajvf:jlly with bon n», ' water, :'.;irr;n;.' well, .1 «d ;...

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Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 May 1901

Church of England. We-take the following interesting items from the,May-issue of. S.-Jude's. Church NewSj.Bowral ;— .. y.' ISrcbttt'ces. - We are-glad to know that Mrs. de •G,yulay has recovered from her trying ill :ness.. , ... . We have received nothing further to wards the linoleum for the - .Choir stalls •since Mrs. Corbett kindly sent £i 5/. It will cost, about ^3: Bare boards in so conspicuous a place in our own homes, would not be tolerated for a week., The sewing machine, given for the use of the Parish by Mrs. Billyard before her ^departure to England, is much appreciat ed at the Rectory. • We would remind .our readers that Mrs. Wilkinson will be 'only too glad to arrange for its use by •Parishioners if,application is made to her. Mrs. Augustus Hill: very ^kindly: invited ithe Choir boys again; this year to spend Easter Saturday evening at "Yeranbah." After tea a. most happy time was enjoy ed,-, the boys thoroughly entering into Everything that was suggested for their amuse...

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Bowral v. Burrawang. DRAUGHTS MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 May 1901

186'wi'sii" -v»-. Burrawang, - DRAUGHTS ■ MATCH.' A/muOGnTs mutch -wnfi'played on Saturday-'' iiiglit last.nl Mrp. Cntliing V Mnfeliing Be- •' ..fVoslhnent R'loms between:'tlib Bowr.nl- and* : B«rniwaflg.di;aii£ht8 enthusiasts, -resulting " iiv a wiivfoVtlie-lafcter.' A!ilinii»lr (f.erbaps > through the inolnmeucy of the weather at>:' -JBiirmwau") the visitors did, riot have tlie-< full strr'nyilv of their township,' thoy who r ■ili'd'*liu,n up'ovidniitly.'kiVfiw 'the. ins and onis > of the g'lnip, as they mot'with-an-easy vie- • '.tdry, -and had a thoroughly enjoynbio eva>'N^_ ing. • Tlie local-touin played well unaer •' M captaincy- of i\Ir; W. Murray, and 1. jft Biirrawai'iyiti'S-lippt up their amml repnta- - tinn under Mi\ Robtv Mnrniv. - Mr. T. ■ Wi Garrad acted an recorder. ■ After play Had* concluded and ' tli'o ■ sc'iTca aiuionneed, ro- • fi'eshmenls of a choice character wete-- in dalged iu, .provided by Mrs. Gushing atr the - expense of-! the local! ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 May 1901

Consumption's often cauped-by-'cold,' Neglected in its early stage, And once it gets a good firm liold,;' 1 . It hnsu't mucli respect'for age. Now-when a-tnan's so-near the grave, r When liope is dead anffdeathseems^urej Ob 1 what can ease liimy what can save ? VV. E. Woods' Gkeat. Peppermint Cure.. "Father, don't fishes have legs?" "No, Johnny." Why don't they, dad ?" because fishes HV/imi flnd don't reqijir&'legs. " But ducks'have legs, don't they; father ?" "Of course they do!" "Well, ducks swim, don't they ?" " Yes." " Then why don't fidhoH have legs if ducks do ? or why don't docks not havo any legs if-fishes dou't ?" Daft said- ho hadn't time to answer. This year's Hospital Saturday .collections eclipsed all previous records, the splendid total of £4302 being realised. Included in the collections were 123,000 pennies, 02,000 half-pence, and G5,'000 t lire open ny-pieces. Upwards of 2300 collectors were engaged iu the city and suburbs. ■ Mr: Justice Cohen, chairman of t...

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The [?]urch [?]eht. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 May 1901

(Elje: Tjutclj; SDebt— '< Perhaps the most satisfactory:- thing in connection with the Easter Statement is the reduction.of/the Church D.ebt:to ^"374. :T.his- doesv wot-, seem, to be - very; much. 5Mr; ■ Oxley expressed: the hope1' at;'- the meeting that it would; soon be wiped off altogether; Nothing, would please us bet ter— and let.us remember- that not until 'this takes place can'our Church be conse crated. - -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 May 1901

FOIl SAIjE,.in good order, Bord Grand PIANO? (Full size).. Apply oflico of this paper.. 78S* F OR- SATife—3' tiuly's Bicyelcs, 11 Gent's: Bicyclos,. «nd all. Cyclists Goods. —A... Wv Bra.LCIi, Free Pross Ofticc. • SfiEDS, rail.ITOOIT"TREES ;-SUIiOBS. ■' BESTmivJ CSTiSAPliST in stock. -JO PACK-' KXS, XBA1K JMilDl 10a: & LANSDOWttE & CO., (Joulburn. PUBXjIO NOTICE.—Givo orders early for Prime •" Btaef, Mutton, Pork, Vetil; and Lamb. ■ AIho ' all kinds of Poultry dreBBod or nlivo. Carts deliver " in Bowral daily.; All cuntomorB punctually fittended' to by practical men.—J.-W;- NORMAN,- Butcher,. Moss Viilo. - mrs. iingoldby; Teacher of Pianoforte, Singing and ' Harmony. Receives Pupils at Iier cottage "Brae-' side,7.Rose-street,JBowral. 973] Tableaux Vivants, &c GRAND ENTERTAINMENT, mO be held in thb Bowral School of Arts on1' J! MONDAY, APlilL 13, at 8 p.m. Trocpeds ; towards funds. o£ Bowral Primitive Methodist ;01iurch.- •••.. ADMISSION—Front Scots 2[■', Back...

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Sick and Poor Relief Society. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 May 1901

Siclt nnB.'lSoot: 3folfef; Seattjj; ....' Now that the winter has commenced ; we again-appeal.to the subscribers.to this Society to send in their donations.with as little delay as possible. Much relief has been'given-dnring the past two winters, and we hope during-this winter to be in a position to give he!p«>where'itJ is needed. There wjll be a,meeting of "the Commit tee on Tuesday afternoon-at 3.50 at the Rectory. ,. •

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THE COMET. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 May 1901

THE" COMET;: The comet ia sfcill.' iu 'evidence* ■ arid those who rise with tbe lark", or arrivo home with the'milk caa relv on a oelestial spectacle" of unusual brilliancy in the eastern sky. That is, .if the atmosphere is clear. ' It is exceptionally wall- defined and easily, dis coverable/- But South'-Africa-'goes- one better. They b'ave a' comet-' there which ■possesses two tails. Were this item cabled, from America/there might be some doubt as-to'its -truth'-. Mf. G. Biitterfield, of 19 W.emyes-street,, Marrickvillev writes as followB to the Sydney Herald-.—The apparent position of' the comet,;cabled: from- Perth in conjunction with the two positions received for Capetown and Melbourne,affords data for describing the orbit, which I liav& accomplished bya graph-1 ical process.- From this it appears that the comet passed its perihelion, or nearest approach to to the . sun,,20 millions of: ..miles, on April 24; It has now- passed - its nearest distauce from: the earth, and...

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On the [?]pper Murray. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 May 1901

©n: lTje Upper JHutrajj. . In Victoria. as well asv New . South. Wales there are Parishes where the Clergy have a very widelyrscattered', flock; ■ ; - About ioo-.miles ■ by rail .and '-.coach from Woclonga. is,the'township of: Corry ong, where two workers well-known in our neighbourhood, the Rev. H. F. L. Palmer- and his lay-riader Mr. Stanlev_ Howard, are associated^ in the care' ofc such a district. ..■■■■'■ It is-rugged country, - and the streams flowing down to-the Murray water fertile valleys separated . by ; densely-wooded ranges. Here ; the- famous-. f:it cattle which largely supply -the Melbourne ■ market graze contentedly, and Inr.ler by the ton is sent away from, factories in the same direction. . Along the course of.the Murray and up the valleys are various smaller-townships, Gudgewaj-Towong, Tiutaldra;,and others,; and there areJarge-;stations and-* distant farms with [heir-contingents of laborers' cottages. . .j .To bring the - ministers ■ of our Church within reaclv i ...

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Burrawang. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 May 1901

Kin mi - (£rqji- ouii cohuespcjndkn.t)y "• "Emwdeuth- of- Arthur.- <J6h'n 'j}'dnib»Vl.< Wis : cuat ti Rloom'all over:tlio-ti>v?n.> Steps am poinn.lo be taken to-place a-.tablet ia-Sf. Diivid ft Glmrcli in the choir.< alalia, , whore the (Ipceased'fAr some'yoaia- v/fl-a a-..regular member.. A meeting of the churtb"; corn mil tee is callod foe Thursday- night nfter pi'aetice.-to get' tilings under- weigh.-,. -AVour Me-nd*was so well Kiown' and ' respected,.. there should he-little "difficulty in raising oh amonnl sufficient to erect" ti-s memorial worthy of:liim aud of those who are under takingjt;. • y School;. OF?A*BTB.^-Tbis institution- KUs iboiif'sixty memberoj aadrtb'e readi'ng-troo nr: is open*three nigb'ts ,a< week'.,- We-' learn that qnoils- has- been, introduced^ as" an indoor game. ' 'Whether such, an innovation is condncive tof the ■ oomfort' ofMbosev who desire to make nse-of-tbe'-building for read ing is b'ard-tb say;. We...

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