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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 6 April 1901

, Have ?oc tbIed Rutherford's malt bread ? It iB self-digestive, and contains great nutriment. Bend for a loaf.* 'r Good Wine Needs so Bubh." Bat it cannot be too otten pointed out that when yon go to the city, there ie one place—now recognised a* one ' of tbe " sights oi the citj "—that no matter bow often yon haTe been before, yon should visit again ; that is the Oyelorama^for- constant changes -are being m&de-to^EMet the-public demand.- The latest' addi tion is arr excellent' up-to-date Earnier©- Cinemato graph, with a number of interesting': and1 bomeroas films. The ball fight-alone is-worth-the-modest shilling'that'-admitt- the- visitor to- tbe• Oydorama and the bost'of'Bide-shiowB which<bave recently been added to'this popular place of'pastime and profit.— 734. WANTED? strong, respectable girl 'aa getjtrttil^ usoful.'- ApplJ.offioe ofthi» paper:1 - ' 748-? i nor SALE--3 ' Lady's Bioycles, 11 Gent'sv • Bicycles;and all Cyclists Goods. —a.-w.- bebb, Free Press...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 6 April 1901

9flrc Cecil- CcrnpUn.. j E6pil8 RfecEiVED• or Visited in Bowraland' District.. PIANOFORTE, ORGAN,, AND SINGING* Candidates- prepared- for College' and University'. Examinations, in \ Theoretical', and Eraotical '■ Music.. AbuREss-.:: Posti Office,, Dowral.. For rscpfn lalliJ A l!ll>» H.>]iii,tyg; Mow. SHowingj, LATEST STYLES • .' gent:S '.. . .. ! LADIES' . . hats* i . new." SHOES gaps,. stock: j . ' and' \ ties;. I gentis. BOOTS.-. 1 bows.. ? boots;. i Boys' Suite, Norfolk and otKer shapes, just opened. First-class value guaranteed. THE LATEST in Gent's^Suits. MARSTONS. . OHTOSITEl RICE'Sj COMMERCIAL HOTEL, BOWRAL.. Many Pounds a year saved by Buying; at Haig andiCo's; j. g; morris &-co., AUCTIONEERS AND VALUATORS,:. StCrek' and Property' Salesmen, Fire- am!1 Iiifo Insurance Agents,-. BOWKAIi. • p. h:. g patjte, SOLICITOR, CONVEYANCER,' Ao:, COM MISSIONER FOR AFFIDAVITS: MOSS VALE. ■Will-visit Bowral eVery FRIDAY, when' ho can'1 be consulted at bin room at the Grand H...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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University Students. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 6 April 1901

University Students;; -: Oue attention baa bWn' drawn' to last Saturday's Dai'y Telegraph, in which the following results of the University examinations held during last month have been posted 8econ4'Year' Examination; ■ Professor Anderson's prize for philosophy—Ji A. Fergu-on. Professor Wood's prize lor history—R. N. Teiece. Latin.—Honors: Class I,, E. N.Teece; class II., J.A.Ferguson. Greek.—Honors: Class E.'N.Toece;' Logic and Mental Philosophy.—Honors: Class I.r, J: JL Ftrguson class II:, A. Castleman. Hiatory>—Honors: -Class I.VB, N. -Teeoe.-' tfeasr*. Ferguson, Teeoe, and Castleman will be remembeted by many of our Bowral readers in con nection with the recent visit of the Stodent Summer I Sohool to oiu-town.

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Bowral & Robertson Free Press. Saturday, April 6, 1901. News Items. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 6 April 1901

Bowral £ Robertson? Free Press; Saturday,'-April 6^1901.'• JVews- Items; Ouracconnta are now all out. • An appeal-* is made for a 'prompt and early settlement.' About fifty persona left Bowral by' the cheap trains-on- Thursday and-Friday, for Sydney; On our front page will be1 found a ' report ofTbtorsday evening's special coanoil meet ing at'BowralJ The> lighting rate of Bowral for the" en suing year-has been inoreaaed by. Jd. irt1 the' £> - It 'is vow 63. ■ Att'vrno suffer fi,om'xreak'dige'atibii°'shanId "eat Rutherford's malt bread, ibis highly recommended. Aak:for cart to call,—*" Owing to'the Elaster holidiys th'ebrftnches of the Commercial Bank wil'Mbe'closed until Tuesday morning nexfc. We areinrfeceipt ofVpHm^hlet iasnedby the Central Board for"OW-age Penfciin&-> on' " How1 to obtain an old-kge-pension.'-' A'-oricket match was played' in Bowral yesterday afternoon' between" the Wedues* day half-holfday. club and this'publid school. In the Uni6n 'cricket matc...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Bowral Musical Society. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 6 April 1901

Bowral Musical Society. The committee"of lh'e above met' on Mon day evening last when the balance sheet of the recent entertainment was presented and adopted." The conductor, Dr. A." S. VhI lack, referred to the concert as beings suc cess musically, but somewhat; a > failure' financially, ■ The small; attendance was rather disHppointing. bat owing to the gen erosity of Mr. Keigwin a debit balance' was avoided.' The 'society could scarcely be ex pected to provide concerts and pay expenses themselves. The balance sheet is as follows: .Receipts." • Sile of Tickets;5 .£8 '14' 6 T«k&n at ddor: /••• 8 ' 2- 6 Donation by, Mr. Keigwin 2-: 0 / 0 £13 17 0 ' eSpenditwre.- - . JMr. Parkinson' ... • 8" 8 0 M?. Grimm-....• ... . 2- 2;i 0 Mr. Oompton ■ ... ... 2 2 0 Railway fares ; _ ...• ■ 2 - 0 0 Printing and advertising, ... . 2-i 9" 0 Stamps and envelopes v ... . 5 11 Rent of hall ...■ ... ... • 11 0* G Creditbalance ...■ ... 15 1 I £1S-17Y 0 The meeting closed with' votes of thanks...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 6 April 1901

Tea ! Tea ! ! \I7"E always havo on hand now "shipments'1 of , YV specially prepared Ceylon, Indian, and Ohina •Teas to suit our customora. . We also keep tlio best Coffee,Cocoa, andEssence ,of,Co£teo. , ., .. : If you have not fcriod"bur Tea, send for sample^ free on application. We havo tba Flavoring Toa'in lib,..21b,.'and 51b. boxes. Prica—0/per lb... , (No Agent Employed.) 54/5 George-street, Sydney. T. B. Dunwooclie, Monumental Mason, B O W 11 A. L. , 82'1V jPANSIES. All lovers of this old favorite should try our unrivalled strain, 3d and 6d per < pkt.. Sow, now for early spring flowering. Bulb?,--DafTodills; J."H-}'acinthsj" ^Ane mones, Ranunculus, etc., etc.' All orders carefully attended to, whether small or large. Send for OUR CATa'ogue. For the'VEGETABLE GARDEN we have all kinds of. Vegetable Plants, Roots, and Seeds. Just try : General GARDEN WORK attended to by exper ience'! hnnrls. .GARDEN 11EQOISITES and MAXDBES al ways on. hand. Agents for Messrs.-J. and C. ...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 6 April 1901

BOWKAL AND ROBERTSON FREE PRESS, . 2/- per quarter in advance. BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM. . STENOGRAPHY. A, 'TV.: BEER is prepared to rooeive pupils . for SHORTHAND. ' Pftrticulara and terms on application at Office of JJjjg • 268 . THE COMMERCIAL BANKING # COMPANY of SYDNEY, Ltd. Capital paid up .. .. .. £1,000,000 Rbservo Fund .. .. .1,010,000 lioeervo Liability ... .. .. 1,000,000 Total .. ... £3,010,000 directors. . \ G. 3. COHEN Esq., Chairman. ■ Hon. fl. E.KATER,M.L.C.,Deputy Chairman. Hon. HENRY MOSES, M.Tj.C. Hon. M.OUARD JONES, M.L.C. EDWARD KNOX, Esq. aKNERAIi MANAOBn; ' T. A DIBUS, Esq. . AUDITORS, E. S. CAPE, Esq., and W. Jj. DOCKER, Esq. BRANOHES in New. Soulh Wales and Queans land. ■ Agencies throughout tho world. .. Bowral Branch, GAVIN GEORGE, Manager. Plain and Fancy Stationexy. FANCY GOODS. ARTIST S, MATERIALS. . MUSIC. leather Goods. WHEN YOU WANT . " ' THESE ALWAYS -BUS''-:-• FROM THOSE WHO . UNDERSTAND LEATHER. CUR STOCK IS LARGE AND , ., , .„ WELL-ASSORTED, ■ INC...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 6 April 1901

James Reed Injured. Mr. Jamea Reed, struck Ilia leg against a cuke oC Jce in such a manner as to . bruise it .severely. It Tj'acame very much swollen and pained him So badly that he could'not walk without the aid "of crutches. He was treated by physicians, also used several kinds of liniment and two and a half gallons, oi whisky in bathing it, but nothing gave any ; relief until •' he: began . using Ohamberlain's Pain Bulm. 'JChis brought almost a complete oure in a vveek'd time and he believer that had he not used this remedy his leg would have had to be amputated. Mr. Roed is one d! the haling merchants of Clay Court House, W. Va. Fain Balm is unequalled for strains, bruises and rheuma tism. For sale by Mr. D. Morgan, ChemiHt, Bowral. -WinterGoods" now :on: Sale at Haig & Co's. DARLING NURSERY. MESSRS. p. L. C. shepherd A SON about a .year'ago secured thin old established nursery and have been busy stocking it with all the moat popular kiud3 of trees nnJ plants which they ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 6 April 1901

A. JOMBS. r Reductions in Prints J Reductions in Cambrics ! Reductions in Muslins I JED MAKE ROOM FOR AUTTOX GOODS TO ARRIVE. A large and varied stock of Prints, Zephyrs', Cambrics, Sateens, and Muslins to select from. i Also, a large quantity of Boys' Speckled GALATEA HATS at 2/9 each. REAL GENUINE BARGAINS ! — at — ': S. .A. JOMHS'S. SORTER, The only Soutter to suit you suitably, HAS REC01MEMCED BUSINESS NEXT J. PARKER, SADDLER. HAVING gained considerable experience during the past 18 months at Messrs: McDowell and:Hughes', Jea.ding ladies' tailors of Sydney, also D. Jones & Co., is prepared to tprn outsuits or costumes in a thoroughly competent manner. Style, fit, and finish guaranteed. Sac Snits ix*oxMi • 55 O ■ ...Ti'ou.sex'fs- ... <-> ' Ladies' Costumes irom 4 O O - . .. LADIES' OE GENT'S 0¥I MATERIAL MADE UP. JV' Bons Kong Street, ©yy B g ESbSTIk BOWRAL. N.B.—Only Address, next ±o J. Parker, -Saddler. . . ' 381 NEW YEAB. HEW CENTURY. NEW NATION. , • Make...

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Matter of a Refund. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 6 April 1901

Matter of a Refunds At the Bdwral School'off Arts1 on' Tues day evening last the vexed question • con cerning Mr. Gavin George and the Insti tution was again brought to light. . Dr. Morgan moved the following resol ation • of which he had given notice "Tfiat the secretary-foe instructed to write to Mr; Gavin George asking the latter - to repay the remaining £\ • of: the original donation of £io which was • refunded to him^cn his distinct promise that the whole amount would be returned to the Institu tion?'.' The mover stated that ■ previous to thie special meeting: of ^members held on July nth of last year, he had prepared a written notice of motion (which some of the. present committee-saw)to refund/ £6 out of Mr. George's original donation 1 of £io, as Mr. George-had declared that this portion was originally intended >as a life' member's subscription.'- At the meet ing on July ii,' Mr. George sat' immedia-1 tely behind Dr. Morgan;-and seeing : the paper'asked that he might* be ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 6 April 1901

■ wny Experiment on Yourself With-remedies of-doabtfol-ntiliiy when yon can get: Ch&mbeflaiD'a-Gongh Hemedy;whi«h • has stood the test of time ?■ Twenty-five years1 sale and use hare proven that remedy tb bea'promptaod-certain core a cold in a day it taken as soon as the~ coH h&s been contracted and before it h»B settled1 ib> the - system.- Sold by Mr. D. Morgan, Chemist, Bowral.

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Roman Catholic Church. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 6 April 1901

Soman Catholio. GKurchi ■ Btfwral DrBSmraa lU Rev. Fr. Slieridan.. Satiation-' Army j BarrackB, Oddfellows' Hall, .Bowral,' 7and llk.m: ... 3<ter»d 7*80prim'- Captain Imbel-DiiflelK ■

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Presbyterian Church. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 6 April 1901

Pmliiterian ■ ■ Ch urch . Mitlagong, Rfc»G A Gordon 11' Bowrol, Kov G A Gordon 3.S0 and 7.80 1

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Robertson's Loss. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 6 April 1901

Robertson's I«oss« Robertson is abont'to'lose- tlie" services of one who for many years bas been closely associated; with' the various - progressive movements in connection with1 the town. Not only professionally bat' in - many ways' bas Dr. J. B;-Wilson prored-himself inval uable, in fact almostindiBpensible.- Daring' tfis~'termjof residence, the doctor has gathered together a large circle of- friends who feel keenly his approaching-severancefrom-their midst. With many others" we wish' him• every- sncceas and prosperity as-be leaves thu State and opens op-another home in New Zealand. Captain Thomas says that his whistlirig ventriloqnial powers is purely a gift of nature.- Well, it is a marvellous- endow inent, and should be worth something.to its otvixer.

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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 6 April 1901

NOTES AND COMMENTS. The community was shocked to learn that a worthy townsman, Mr. John Taylor,'fell insensible on the pavement'- on > Sunday niglifc ldstf and died within an Hbur of his entry to • the hospital... He - had • gone through: his voluntary duties as superin tendent ofiSt.'Jude's Sunday-school on the day of i his death,i and ; till: walking - to church in the evening felt noillnessv His. hbme-call was startlingly sudden and pain less;- Hi served his generation in ahum-! i>le and mosfeusefiil .way, and won the re spect ofj'allJ ***'' The good folk's of1. Bowral' somehow" or other manage to work well together: For instance;-, the Friller * election •• committee of>J3owral showed more latentenergy than teitherof-the sister-towns displayed. All things are possible to a united family, and we should be encouraged :to aim .higher for-the 'future,,so 'that ouiv bright little town may forge ahead.-• "We lead, t'other< fellows follow a long way after." The pres...

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SERVICES TO-MORROW. Church of England. SS. SIMON AND JUDE, BOWRAL. Easter Day. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 6 April 1901

SERVICES: TO-MORROW,. Church of "England^ BJMON AND JUDBi BOWRALI.. EaatorDay,. Sertioes at 11 and 7 / FfeachTer,'the Kdctor..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 6 April 1901

A>- Word' tb' Mothers. Mothers' of children affected- with" cronp- or' a' severe cold need'net-hesitate to administer Cham' berlain'a Cough Remedy.- It contains no opiate, or narcotic in any form and may be given' as- oonfi* dently to the babe as to sn adnlt. The great'sae-' cess that has attended its ose in the treatment of colda and cronp has won lor it the approval and praise it has received throughout the United' States and in many foreign lands. For sale by D. Morgan,' Chemist, Bowra)..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 6 April 1901

Save Money BUY OF HAIG & CO. "Flie Cash Traders. WE. ARE HOLDING A BARGAIN SALE WHICH WILL SOON CLOSE:. BEFORE: WE CLOSE! we have some Very Special; Lines in Linens 'j. 1 ' Goods, to place before you.. Direct Consignment from tlie DonaclVmey Linen* Works of;* Ireland, to HAIG & C0.» The Cash Traders, Bowral. 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 the' best value in- Australia* 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' exper ience of the trade. -JPriGee onliy 3s. 5)d. 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.. We are also sacrificing, the Balance of* our Men's and Boys' Clothing, Hats, etc. Ladies'Dr...

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Primitive Methodist Church. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 6 April 1901

Primitive Methodist 'CKurchi Bowral,' ReV A W' Parton 11' and Mdrning : Snbjoot: " Who shall roll us away > the atone ' Evening Subject: 41 The attractive . foree of the Cross of Christ.'V Bilndanoon, Mr D Podmore 11, Mr E H Shbalta 7.30 Penrose, Mr A H Hammond 3 '■

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Bowral School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 6 April 1901

Bowral School of Arts. :0ff"''Tfiesday'"*':6y6*ning last the usual monthly meeting of committee was held.. Present: Mr. R. S. Mackenzie (presi dent), Dr. Morgan, Messrs. J. J. Camp bell, C. W. Marsden^ ;H. E. Wickham, H. M. Oxley, G. E:! Marston, Jos.'Stokes, and A. Holmes, hon; sec.' Correspondence. An apology for non-attendance was re ceived from Mr. Ebb. Davis. " Prom Mrs.. Stanger-Leath'es- (president of the Ministering Children's League)1 suggesting that as the League had given the School of Arts £15. for additions to annex, that the committee-.. make some concession for rent of hall oh night of the tableau entertainment, the function being arranged for the purpose of raising, suffi cient, money to recoup the M.C.L. for . thfeir,.generbsity.-—^Considerable discussion "ensued, and in. consequence of. the.. low state of 'the funds it !tvas found impossible ; tb-cancel' the ;rent; altogether a is" the actual jfcost'for gasVvyas'rb/. ' 'Mtowever,. on. the; niofibtt of'Mess'rs. Mars...

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