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

VETERINARY LIVERY STABLES;,. " EltliaaUj^ Merrsgarcg-st., aiexfe. £«& ^ire. Sta££cmw Cabs,, Sociables,. Sulkies, Buggies; Ladies' and Gent's Hacks. Victoria Carriage: for, "Visiting, Invalids, &c. Weddings attended. Picnic Parties taken# to any part of the District and Coast-.. The only four-in-hand DRAGv r- in the town, and BEST IN; THEL DISTRICT., All. trains, met,, andl Telegsams promptly attended to.. Beautiful Teeth., OJGiESuaiuia 3sjeb:e.a.T2ee: Ono of tho greatest educators of the day lays stress on the fact that tho tooth-brush is a powerful, factor in. civilisation. Cortainly some credit must be given to TootU Powder, for anybody knows t how unpleasant the uso.of a ploiu bruali .ia without - some powder-or-dentrifieo,. MORGAN'S TOOTH POWDER ' is impalpubly finB—Nothing is loft to scratch the* enamel.. It makes tooth-brushing a pleasure—you < never forget.to do it. It oleans the teeth, mouth, and gums. It is antiseptic, and so assists in tho arroRt...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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THE YOUNG MOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 May 1901

THE YOUNG-- MOTHER. She whs alone.. Consciousness had; Btrug glod back, and into her. eyes, tho light' of motherhood. For months she lmd been whis pering to herself :that the joy of giviug life would be her own. But the little daughter had come,, aud, she was still alive,. she knew,, for- through the . closed doors she could hear a tiny wailing ciy.; Not all tlie Bounds .to .which ,she had.ever* listened, had bo thrillnd lieu. Iiappy tears slid down her white cheeks, and'her . frail hands were pressed,hard over her heart, while, into the silence she whispered her baby's name: "Helen,, mothers; name," "she- said, and then a prayer.. Then she slipped.buck- into unconsciousness ; bnt, through , it all, her arms were folded: protect!ngly over, her breast and.she.feebly crooned a, baby song. . The stamping of her husbaud's:fdet in the adjoining room was the sound she next iWogniaed; . She knew that it was. five o'clock, and that lie had just come in from looking after the cattle. Then th...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 May 1901

aa&m w a %* a u emr m. THE STANDARD HiBH-CLASS CORSET IN THE TRADE THROUGHOUT THE WORLO.. $ OBTAINABLE FRGf.1 ALL DRAPERS EVERYWHERE. mm Sola Asenls.for Australia— ££ 9 O'rt FUNOErtS UANE. MF-VfcOURNE. t i. <& WU.i BABfUCK. S.T,,..6VDNEY...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 May 1901

BOWRAL AND ROBERT SON FREE PRESS, 2/- per quarter in advance. . BEST; ADVERTISING MEDIUM.: STENOGRAPHY. jv '' W. BEEB is prepared to reoeivo pupils tor SHOBTHAND. Particulars and terms on application at OQlco of Ibis Paper.. 208 $HE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY o: SYDNEY, Ltd. Capital paid up' . • •• • • £1,000,000 Reserve Fund .. .. .. 1,0J0,000 Koaorvo Liability ... ... 1,000,000 • Total' £3,010,000 , . DWEOTOItS. Oi;J: COHEN Esq., Chairman. Hon. fT. E. KATER, M.L.C.,Deputy Chairman. Hon. HENRY MOSES, M.li.0.. Hon. RICHARD-JONES, M.L.C. EDWARD KNOX, Ksq. ai'.NBRAt, MANAGER., ' I T. A; DIUr.S, Esq. AUPtTOl 6. - I B: S; 0APE, -Esq , and W B. DOCKER,.Esq. BRANCHES in Now. South Wnloa and "Queens . land: Agoncica throughout the world. ■. Bowral Branch, GAVIN GEORGE, Manager. THE .-MERCIFUL MAN is mcrciful to his Beast, . The cold nights ore with us. If yon are wiBO you will protect your HOBSKS AND COWS with NAVY CANVAS RUGS, also Rugs-made to order for either HoreoB or Cows. : Horse Oli...

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

Railway Information*. Passenouh trains arrive nt liiwral frora<>Sydney 12.21 a.m., daily,.Sundays oxocptod 7 37 a.m. (Paper Train) tlaily, Sunday excepted !" 11.12 a.m., Saturday only 12.55 p.m. .daily, Sunday, excepted' ■ ti.33 p.m.i Saturday only -»• 7.58 p.m. daily, Saturday and-'Sunday, exeoptod 9.28 p.m.j Saturday only. Passenger ttains leave Bowral for Sydney 8.0 a.m. daily, Monday excepted G 5G a.m.. Sunday only, slops- Miltagong and Stratlificld only 7.3 a.m.-iiaily, Sunday excepted. .■ 8.29 a.m., daily, Sunday, and Monday excopted, stops Mittagong awl Strathlield only .. 8.31" a.m. >Monday' only, stops Mittagong and SlratViilold only. l'.3G" p.m. daily, Sunday exeeptcd.!

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDER FOR MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 May 1901

garden; and field calendar for may. By A. Landsdowke, Goulburn. The land genorolly is in good order, for. cropping,, and all-seeds should bo sown as soon oh possible to •get them started into growth before the severe cold weather* Crops of.potato and treo onions and onion seeds should bo put in at once. This crop will always repay the grower if properly attended to. Wo again urga through cultivation and proper manuring.for all crops, and-only cultivate an urea that can be thoroughly attended to.. Luccrn sown now had better have a light crop of oats, grantee,, ifco., sown with it ns a shelter. Unsettled and cold weather, with some sharp frosts, will bo with us, but warmer intervals and thunaor woathor are likely and considerable rain. Kitchen Garden.—Sow at once onions of all kinds, broad beans, radish, and cabbago of all sorts. After-middle of month main crop of peas may bo Bown. I'rcparo beds for rlieubarb, asparagus, etc., and renovate and manure old beds at end of the month, Plan...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 May 1901

TO*© Cassia NEW WINTER GOODS NOW ON SALE. FULL. - STOCK*. » ■ SpGGial Purchases; 'Carp1 Display, In Furs, Jacket's, Capes, Waterproofs, Dress Goods, * Plushes, Silks, Flannelettes, Blankets, Tailor-made Clothes, Gloves, etc., and the balance of the i _• direct Consignment of Linen Goods. YJERY SPECIAL.—Three sizes in Bordered and Fringed Table Cloths —the largest . size is only 3/9. These are cheap at double the money—absolutely tilts besst value in Australia. JOoii't miss these. We would , like to see every house in this district supplied with one or more of these cloths^, liecaiise they are the best valne we have seen - during our 25.. years' exper ience of-the trade.;——:—Price only 3s. Ocl. Also on sale from the same works, Ladies' and Gent's Handkerchiefs, Loom Damask: Sideboard Covers,.D-'O-yleySj etc,- Splendid value,and at pricesthat cannot b& beaten in, Australia, GL EN MO RE HOUSE, B O W R A L. £Wr. Cecil. Comphn. Pupils Received or Visited iu Bowral and District.-....

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

l&g»i&ertson. ©T33' ffimUU58PONDENTC A imAvr tfcnn<feisto«jra passed; ovo!r Robert son on Saturday aStMsjooa rast,^vl)fin- ivbonli' 70 points of ram fcfliL Wo- Lmil a r?!iyht frost on Saturday and tigh!t abaters' on Sunday fo reti cojj,,.rim®#* 'wsfliiSw.r Monday,, severe froBfc ou Memifoy nig^t.. We have bncfaplemTrd tTc-ww erf tiro comet on Tlmroday, Saturday, and Monday, other nights being top foggy Mr. Hi A. Blomfield. Dairy inspector, has been'in the: district daring' the past week, and I: understand be- bas found the cattle, with very few exceptions, iu a heal tby,.eatisfactary. condition.. The*usual'Band: of' Hope' meeting' in connection with the- Wesleyan- Church, was- held on- Monday evening; There1 was a large attendance, the chair, being occupied liy- the Riv. F. J.. Branch; The programme was ■ lengthy hut interesting throughout, the children of'the school be ihg.well'to the fore with^theip songs.' and ' recitations. Every item .was- highly >...

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

All wno soffer from wenk dijjGBtion should eat ' Rutherford's malt bread, ii is highly. recouuneuded. j ABlkfur.eart.to. call.:—* '

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

ROM>:WORK;. Tire, Minister for Works, Mr. O'Sullfvan, stated oreSaturday.-that it was his inten tion to set about 500 ' men - to • work im mediately on road, works, his idea' being that repairs-most-required ^should be first put in hand, andthat, as was* announced the other day, the road vote should be ex pended during the .financial year; Under the present system of keeping, the ac counts alfsums of money-voted' for road or other works in any financial year; and not expended during that year, have to be voted before.they are available, there fore delays are likely to occur before Par liament can give the necessary authority for that purpose. ■ The winter rains may. be expected !to have a bad effect on many of. our country, roads;: therefore- Mr: O'-Sullivan is of opinion1 that as much work as possible should be done on them before-the.wet.season sets.in.in. earnest..

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

From^ Everywhere. A iiiimeddm drscendent of the Prophet Mahommed, aftor defeating a force of Turk- j tab soldiers, massacred one of the garrison I of Yonien aud proclaimed himself Caliph of Arabia. • Mr. See (State Pi-'emier) on- tour is- in ter- - estitjg reading, but we Wood like to. know what Lytie they are going, ou as they seem to O(we) Sullivan a lot, • and ho moans to See it out.. ; . Tlio-nae of more straw and fodder per mits the .farmer to sell hay. Good cum fodder fully, equals timothy in composition and when fed in connection with grain will keep an animal in excellent condition. , The master wrote tlie following seutence on the blackboard - ns an exorcise to bo parsed r " Who steals my purse steals trash." A. boy held up his hand, and was asked what was the matter. " Please, sir," he said, " it's wrong. It should be cash." If ploughing is done before frost is gone, provided the weather will permit, the frost will assist in reducing fclite lumps. A good com crop largely d...

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SKIM MILK AS AN INSECT. DESTROYER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 May 1901

SKIM MILK AS AN INSECT. DESTROYER. I It: may »ot; be generally known. fJiat skimi :tmlk, or huUertnukj readily mixes with kcro ••eeu«,vio'rining.'»n! emflleicw •» hicli^Vloiitroys •: iiiisr-cts wifVo.nt of injury' u> uni imials.^oi'i p'ari-Si-'n;!: which thoy ^Wii^ht bo,. tb'riL'nji.L'lU rosnll frura this 11-0 of (lie |.uro 'oil-of i>f oil"ami'watr-r. Wo fiisl leai'iu'.l of-. Itliis fi nin using ihirtniisniie for the sumo - 'insect-, or nii-.e, which caiiJif-s' scHly legs on fowl.:.. We found that 0111? or. SWo- dippings, 'or washings with-it would-(jure ilia worst, ::oa«6-.' of scaly h'g;- fuid' loavi^.tiie'; skiu.ast '.smooth fts.wbcii fivvt. hutched.- -'-We- never ;,had oocasinft 1o try it for Ions}'., animals, for we never bad'one, but wo do.nofc.hcsii-ate to* recoonup-ud it, and. we have lately seen itsi use advised foivticks on 6beep, using a gill; of keroHene to-ono.gallon of milk. We did not make our mixture so slrong.of keroseuo us that, but perhaps the larger tick ma...

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

Chamberlain's- Pain Itulm Cures Otli crsf ffBf Srot You?' My wife haa been using chamberlain's Pain Balm with ■ good' results, lor a ' lame sholder that has pained her oontinually. for. liino years.. We have tried all kinds of 'medicines and, doctors without receiving any benefit' from • any. of (hem.. One day we saw- an advertisement of- this medicine and thought of trying-it, which ; we did with the best of 'satisfaction. She has used only one bottle and her shoulder is almost well.. Adolph j Ii. Mir.lett, Manchester, N. H.. For. sale by V. Morgan, .Chemist, JiuwraL.

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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 May 1901

ITEMS OF INTEREST; The amount'realised'at the united: re ligious service in aid of the hospital, onj Sunday last.was .£% ig/,. • A'mong tlio public worlca tenders-accepted on Monday was that of Mr. W. Ei'oat,. of Bowral,.£G83,.for allevations,.and additions -•to GrenfoMockup; / ii 3Jhe British tug Ewo on Sunday touched the bridge in passing, wherotipon the Gers mati9 fited on the tug, and two of the crew of tlie tug were wounded.. . A; W. Beer, Free Press ; office,' has a splendid cornet:for-sale at 30/, and bet-. ;ter instrument for ^-4.; also a. te newborn '5S/'/ and.a.slide trombone for The firemen's-s'ocial in ■ the School: of Arts- last' night was- a. grand• isuccessj. everything passing off'in excellent style'.' Look-out for. our report, in. Saturday's, issue; j In .another column we reprint some items • from S. .Jude's Church News,-: aiiicP we; are. acked to say that a> complete- list- ofr those,', wlio have contributed- to• various church funds will app.ear-in the next' i...

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

Hospital Service; ®N Sunday afternoon last a; united! re ligious service was held in'tlie grounds oP the B; D. C. Hospital, thc^proceeds being donated to ihe funds-of that worthy insti-* iution.. The day. was- beautifully _ fine, and'the:large;attendanceof-resklfint5fWas gratifying in the extreme to the promoters: of the movement. The local H': Co. Vol anteers-(under Gapt. Napier)- marched from the Orderly-Room to; the hospital,, but not beingsaccompanied by< the - band,, "the-procession was. not. enlarged to any great: extent; • The churches-were represented ;b'y the Revs-Stanley Wilkinson (Church ofrEng- . land),. Mi Maddern (Wesle3-an), A". \V.. Farton (Pri-mitive-Methodistjv and;Gi A. Gordon (Presbyterian) ;; the municipal •council by the- Mayor, ALL Mackenzie, Campbell, .Stokes> and Kyn'gdon... ' -Mem- ■ bers from the various Friendly- Societies* ;wdfg?pV^ent";.)5ht'"iiiot^;in regalia. ■ Tile hospital committee was represented by MessrsiGavin George, (vise-preside...

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Back from the War. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 May 1901

Back, from tlie- War; Mr; A'udley C! - Wood, son of.Mrs. E. G. Wood,. " Mylora," Merrigang-st., Bow ralreturned from the South. African i war by. the Totigoriro,.which arrived' in: Syd ney, yesterday (Tuesday) week', reaching his mother's-home at B&wral. lasts Satur day^. Mr. Wood is^ not a' resident of this district, his- abode being at Tuparoa, a very large sheep station on the east cost. o£ New Zealand. From that place he enlisted as a member of the Rough' Rider's Contin gent, and with, two hundred and fifty comrades (under the command of Colonel. Jowsey) set'sail in the Night Templar for. the seat of war on the 15th of February. 1900, arriving in due course at the scene of operations^- This column whicS was dispatched chiefly by private subscrip tions, was engaged mainly in scouting. They-also took part in a number of severe and closely contested encounters-with the Boers, the sharpest probably- tioing on the banks of the Klip River. Another, hot engagement'was at Rhenos...

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

!: TO BE EEADY, TWO i! TO BE STEADY, Emi-TO; be; owt -T0 w m & BOWRAL. Full: Consignments- of WINTER' STOCKare to hand;, and now. selling; rapidly;. ILadies'-Beaver ClOth JkcketSi. Girls'-'Jackets and Cloaks';. Children's- Pelisses. and • 'Warm I'Goatte. ILadies' Gravenette Mackintoshes?, Dbuble.breastedl. - NewUinbrollas.' Fur- Necklets- in- 6>> different; kinds- and! prices'!. JTLANNEEET-TES— tlie best range^ a.nd the soundest'vaftie we have: everbeen able to offer; ' FDANNELS-^-Welsh; Saxony,- New.' Zealand Greys,' &c. SHEETING'S and;GAtl'COES DRESS" STUFFSj. all: at; reduced', figures-' to. make a:genuine "clear ance.. Hbods and1 Bonnets ;; Glbves and! Gaiters;. Jack-Frost' will be with us directly;. Better buyyour warm, things': and be; ready for him: and: for. the" cold winds. HORSE RUGS:. COW BTO9.. BtANKEXS^a-speciality, from'//-'to.3.0/? per pair;. Men's Jerseys,.BOys'- Jferseys-, Grimean;Shirts; 'D. RUTHERFORD. ARGYLE HOUSE,, BOWRAL DIU CRAWEOED,, Den...

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

J. a MORRIS & co„ AUCTIONREKS' AND valuators;, Slock and Property Salesmen, Firo and Life Insurance Agents, JiOWKAL. medical. ;* x>xe. j? o u i*r> ' L.R.O.P. (Loud)... | ' (late op LOrfUON S.W:)^ ' Having purchased dr. etcher's; practice..will after Feb. 21 co<:du;.t it at ■ " Eastington," Morrignng-HTqet; u fow doom from> Dr. Fisher's present residcnuo. . . , " Eastington," v : . Moirigang-streot: 870';;, F. H. g PAYNE,, solicitor, conveyancer, &a., i commissioner. for affidavits!. I ' moss vale.. Will visit Bowral'every friday, when he can; be>-. , . consulted at bis room-at the Grand Hotel. ■ At~i • tends.all oourfs in the District.. , .Bftm EBUlT. SHOP •, —• OPPOSITE Poot Office, Bowrai: Tho Beat and most varied stock out .of Sydney. Call and see our show., " • n. T. HOPWOOD, >9543) Manager:. MAEEKING DINING ROOMS., IV!rs.G. S. Ousting) Having taken over the Business recently' • carried on by Mrs. A. Beattie, : ~ ■ lias, removed to more ...

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

Kau^aloon. (from our cokrespondrnt)." We regret to have to chronicle another dcntli in the person of Mrs. Brooker (a yory old resident of Kangaloon),, aged 92 years. The decoased has been a'patient sufferer for many years. ■ The doatli occurred on Satur day last, 4th iusfr. The deceased-was interred at' the East ICangaloon oemotery on Monday, when ■ a large cortege followed her remains -to the grave.' The deceased leaves threo sons, Jonathan, William, and Murdoch, together with several daughters to mourn their loss.

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Bowral & Robertson Free Press. Wednesday, May 8, 1901. WINTER TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 May 1901

Bawral: & Robertson Free Press. Wednesday, May 8,.190li whiter: topics.. ■The: mildness-of'the season, the satisfac tory autumn rains and .continued dews have carried along the growth of tbe pre isent'. season—somewhat' late though' it' jma.y ha.ve been in. starting,. so> that the feed:prospects of the coming winter, are ^promising.. We have before us> the lia ■:bility.of- keen frosts?... suddenly, checking, ;tfc growth of vegetation; and the certain ty of ;cold westerlies which do so much in jury to live stock. Experience lias-taught ;the farmers of this district to - make cer tain provisions to-meet the stress of1 win 'ter. by. reducing the numbers of- their, 'stock, and heavy sales at auction of- late in. the Moss Vale centres-may serve as signs of the approaching season, It is |sound policy to market culls, dry. cows and surplus males at the - close of' the autumn, when their condition-is good and' market prices favorable ;• but is not so to deplete the herd-of spr...

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