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

For Chronic Chest* Complnints, Woods' Gceafc. Pejgpermint Cure.. 1/6.

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

1 The-bent meclicine kViown is SANDER &■ SONS''' EUCAL VPTIJ2XTBAOT.. Test its eminent powers ful,effects-in coughg; cclds, influenza,. the relief: is 'instantaneous.' In-Betiouaeases, and' accidents of' |:all kinds, bo th'ey wounds,-burn9, scalehngB,-bruises,-. i;sprains,- it is the safest' remedy—no> swelling—no> linflnmmntion. Like surprising effects produced in' croup, diptheria. bronchitis, inflammation of lungs, swelling, etc., diarrbesn, dysentery, diseases' off kid-. ..ncys and urinary' organs. SANDiill AND SONS' ■iEUOAfjSI'TJ-ISXTKACX 'is in use at hospitals and' medical oiinioa oil over tho globs; patronised by •His-MajcBty:-the1 King of-Italy ; crowned with medals and diplomas at International - Exhibition, Amster dam. . Trust-in this approved-artiale and■ reject all; -others.

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Death of Mrs. Winspear [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 May 1901

Death o£ Mrs. Winspcar Miss. WiNSi'EAK, wife of Eev. J. W. Win spcar, of the Goulburn Wesleyau Ohurch,. died at her father's residGnce, Wojllabra, on Saturday last..- Mrs. W-inspearhad been ailing for soma months from diabetes, and a fuw weeks ago went to Sydney for a change. On Saturday morning Mr. AVinsprar receiv ed an urgent wire-calling.him lo Sydney at once, and he loft at- about .5 o'cloclt>; by a special return train from Melbourne.' " Al though it was kuown that Mrs. Winsp'eur wa9 veijrill it was not expeoted- that deaili was ho uenr. The-deceased lady vwafcf tlia daughter of'Mr; George Efetuher, ■ of> JEliJge cliffe-road, Woollahra, and 'was- iVfi'..' Win spnar's.second wife, there being no t«su6 from the marriage. Mrs. Wirispeiir made mauv friends in Goulbiiru and'slie-wa-s lusld in'highiestoem by all who knew her. Miich* sympathy is expressed with Mr. Winspear in'his sad> ber"aveinenf.. Mr. W-in.-ipnar comhiated'ths evening service in the ■ Bfuv ral We-Iey;in-Oh...

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Wildes' Meadow. BACHELOR'S BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 May 1901

"Wildes' Meadow.: (fjio.u our correspondent).. BACHELOR'S BALL; The - bachelor's ball was a great 'success. It certaioly did not look very promising a couple of hours before, butthe-rain cleared off and a • good gathering* was the result. Mr. J. Kenny had the satisfaction of seeing that his-effcrts to secure success had been realised. The club is on a .good footing, and it is hoped that it will..contiuue to flourish. By-tbe-by, is it not usual to !ex tend this " complimentary" to the press representatives.. : Progress .Committee.—Tliis useful; body are following in the steps "of their: con freres up the hill. What about the com bined meeting with those from the - coast regarding the*' Boborteou-Jiapto^ railway. Also canpot something be done about the tourist road leading past tho school ? . For years' this road haa< beeu cut through Welsh's farm, and'not a bit of metal on it yet. Buggies: stuck, up to to ■ the axle in places! Now,, then, Mr. Seciotaryj.. stir your committ...

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A LARGE FRIGERATED CARGO. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 May 1901

A LARGE FRIGERATED CARGO. The-steamer Norfolk, of the Federal steam Nsivigfition Company, has. jjiafc completed"* loading at Sydney, Brisbane, and'' New-/ castle one of the largest refrigerating 'car-. that have left Australia'. In her! froi-zi'iigxliaai.ber aro 25-il tons df meat., [ made iip ns follows 28,410" quarters of j iii'fef, 25.500'carcase* ntultori, 850 <:nn:«s<s>} Ian? b. 100 bodies; venl,. besides 70 cruras ! poultry, 5962'cratca rabbits, and 843' cr.'Urs.* frozen snndries.' Tlr«. greater p<ui.i->n ol this men I. is-dsstined»for South Africa, •and' .the remainder,, together with tke urdinury . cargo,-is for EowTon. " v~r'.V".'i \ . Mirsi IngolJhy (Miss'Camidge),' ; music teacher; whose advertisement appears in to-day's issue, informs' us that she be longs to the-well-known- family, of .Cam idge, of'York, England, who'for five gener ations have been doctors of music, and organists. of York-Cathedral. MrsV Ingold by has in her posses...

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GREAT FIRE AT JACKSONVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 May 1901

GREAT FIliE AT JACKSONVILLE;. In*'the- great fire at Jacksouville, Florida, 148 blocks of buildings were. destroyed. The length of'the bnrned aroa was 2. miles*.. and'its width was 13* blocka. Seven- livea were lost, and twolve thnr.s&nd people -were rendered homeletts. ; The* dauingu. is . onti-. mated.at 15,000,OOOdol. (about £&;000,()C)Q).., Inchided'in .the destroyed •■buildiijgfi were churches,. business-. offices, and- tlie' gaol.. The fire originated*' through, a defective electrie light wire' falling ou p;i shredding machine in the factory of a fibre company.U,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 May 1901

'A;t Malg ' a sail Csj's.— "... .ISleclditt's- -ilfe> ISoses KMg;iasSa Starclaj 3d per ■box. .Less 2it per cent., discount. ■ 11 ' v.-:. - \.: .vort" ; ''' /r. ' ■ - , io«il ' , oivt- ;v:: : oi. ;^: 1 "soi'ts^; Minerva at ■. The;.; •wihse ■ ■'•j'. General - does not ioi-tif.r after tlie citadel . is in ruins 5. lie fortifies at tlie beginiiingf^; aiifl winis; DON'T FORGET THIS:, ANDJ51CT IF TIME-NOW. ' ALL CHEMISTS, OR DIRECT J [ROM TIIE SYDNEY DEPOT, 5G MARGARET ST.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 May 1901

NEW INTER GOODS ?i) AT 01 JIVE.; . . FULL ©TOOK, . . Special Purchases, Large Display, In Fur's, Jackets, Capes, Waterproofs, Dress Goods,, Plushes, Silks, Flannelettes, Blankets, Tailor-made Clothes, Gloves, etc., and the balance of the direct consignment of Linen- Goods. 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 tii©'^ best value :m. .A^Tis;ti*ali»- Don't miss these. We would like to see every house in thisdistrict 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. DPirice only Also on sale from the same works, Ladies' and Gent's Handkerchiefs, Loom Damasfc.. Sideboard Covers, D'Oyleys, etc. Splendid value,.'and at prices that cannot ber beaten, in Australia. G L E N SVI O R E H O U S E',. B OWR A L, £Wr. Cecif Coniptoit: ■■ —Jna*WS>5S^" PurtLS ' Received or Visited , in Bowral 'and District. PI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 May 1901

A TniC'Friend. C A friend in need is a friend indeed. That is ex actly. what Oharaberlnin'a Cough Remedy is. It is 'the mother's help when she is awakened in thoniRht by the omipous husky cough, and the labored breathing of hor habo. It is the safe resort of tho youth or adult, when ha has " caught cold" and tliero is oouKhiriK and iiritation of the mucna membrane of the throat. It nllays tho imitation' and cures the cold. For sale by D. Moryun, Chemist, Bmvral. EXafSBBIt

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 May 1901

W. WHITE, FAMILY BUTCHER, Ilocldle - St., Robertson. 0RDEBS CALLED FOB AND PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO; 7C0 Blacksmitliing and Wheelwrighting. xro^iczs. BREW~BEOS. BEG to inform tbo residents of Robertson, Kan : golbon, and surrounding district that they have purchased the General Blacksmithand Wheelwright ' Business latoly carried on by Mr. Nugont at Robert son, uud hope byatrict attention to business, oorn binoJ.with good workmanship- and moderate char ges, to mem a fair share sf public patronage. 790 COLGATE & GO'S. Toilet Soaps and Perfumes Are' absolutely the best in tbe market.. Their Toilet Sonps of all kinds, both scen ted and unscented, are riiade from only the sweetest aud purest materials, which soften and whiten the akin. COLGATE & CO; have recently been awarded the first and only which is the higheofc possible nward, aud _ T. ranks above the Gold Medal,. , — FOR — American TOILET and SHAVING SOAPS,. PERFUMES, SACHETS, TO OUST WATERS, DENTAL AND TALC POWDERS'....

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 May 1901

. CrSclcet. At Roberton Park on Saturday , last a match waa = played between that club find KiniraloonI.Koborton Park proving victorious, 0. Smith making . 31, - find I. H. G. Fniser 29. l'or Kungaloon A. .Noble scored . 23. Soocai v . Robemon Pake.- • G-," Whatman b A. Piper S. Sm th thrown out ... . ■ .. . . E. Whatman o Hurriafan b H.- Pipor .. .. R. .Robspn thrown out .,/' .. . ....... .. O. Smith b.H. P per .. .T. Ford o Nublo b H. Piper ■ .. H. G. Fraser not out .•.. ... ' ... .. J. MoRae b E. Noble - .V D. Miiddeu o Oupi't b H. Piper R. Norman c J Noble b Cupitt' - .. Sundries - ... ... i. '' 115". KaNGAXOON;' . • ' S. Cupitt b Wfiatmnn .. .. . ..-.3? G. Hurrisran b G-. Whatman ... (>. A. Piper lbw b G. "Whatman - ... 0 A. Noble o G. .Whatman b B.Robsin •... : 23 - J. No la b (i. "Whatmau .. .. 5' E. Noble o and b R. Whatm-m 2 ; H. Pipor a R. Whatman b OS-Smith .. .. 6 L. Virtue b Sraiih .. .. . 1: 0. Poarson b O.- Smith ... ' .. : 1 R. Norman not out ., j .. . ■ .. .' .0 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 May 1901

For the Aged Health for All: Young and Old. « Wo ate glad that our. blood-purifying and blood-forming remedy is good for all ages. It brings health to pale "andj feeble children and it relieves the de bility and weakness that naturally come'to. qld age. v Mr. Levi Sargcant, of Grenfell, New South Wal<is, sends us'this, letter, witl\ liis photograph: "*""" 1 ".IhiTObeen vterrible suflertr from then- . T matlsm and sciatic*. I havo spent s great' deal of money in trying.to get rid of the paw, but withoutavjiil, mndI have been oonfinod to.' tio.bed;fortao»tiiiSi*t»tlroo. (xben triad ' AYER'S Sarsaparilla and.bogan to improve at once. After taking., only isix bottles 1 folt quite 'well, and now am - able to go abOut iny work again. I might add.' ! IamB0vont>,-avoyeju'3Ofage.". ' You. cannot enjoy good health, unless yon. have a daily movement of the bowels. Ayer's v Rlls euro constipation. ' : 1 ' * -Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aytr Co., Lowell, Mail-, U. S. A. R E A D; W H A T'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 May 1901

Chamberlain's Pain Balm Cures. Oth ers, Why Rot You? My wife' has been using chamberlain's Pain Balm with good . mruUs, lor a. lamo sholder that has pained her continually, for nine years.. We have tried all kinds of medicines-- and, doctors without receiving any benefit from any of them. One day we saw an advertisement of.- this medicine and thought, of trying -it, whinh we did with the best of satisfaction,. She has uaed only one bottle and ber shoulder is almost well. Adolpii Ij. Millbtt, Manchester, N. H. For sale by D. Morgan, Chemist, Bowral. Cows will full offin yield,-of mill- - if ibe .food is suddenly changed;, or if forced to drink very cold wafer. In the gruzincr sea son they will sometimes fall off in milk if changed from one pasture to another.' The appetites of o;>ws differ, and tbey will iravel over a lar»e area in order to secure some fovourite grass. The pastnro should con sequently contain n variety of grasses, in oidor that eiioh auimal may more easily, seleot...

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Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 May 1901

"Ri'bb'ertsori*. FRfJM OCR CORRESPONDENT.' The town seems quite dead,' nothing- at nil - beings done. ... ■ • Our Progress committee seems to' have roho tbo * way of all flesh, wq never hear of a meeting now. Strong'west wind and cold weather-;horo.. At the Berry yards last Saturday- week an ■ Ayr- - shire bull,'.belonging to Mr. A. Tatlow of Kobertson,. realised jSl'1/15/. Other cattle also brought high < prices..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 May 1901

VETERINARY LIVERY STABLES, " Eltliain," Merrigang-st., next to Fire Stationw. Cabs,, Sociables,. Sulkies,. Buggies, Ladies' and' Gent's Hacks. Victoria Carrif gj} for Visiting,. Invalids, &c.. Weddings-attended; Picnic Parties* taken^ to. any part ofi the District and Coast., The. only four-in-hand DRAG in the town*, and'BEST IN'THE. DISTRICT.. All. train*, met,, aucLk : Telegsams promptly, attended, to* Beautiful Teeth. OXiBiklir TBBTB. SWEET BREATH One of the greatest oduoatora of the day In. Q? BtreBS on tbe fact that tbe tooth-bruBh i'b a powerful faator in civilisation. Certainly soma credit must be given to Tootll Fowdor« for anybody known bow unpleasant tbe use of a plain brash' is withoi t1 Bonjo powder or dentriflco. MORGAN'S TOOTH POWDER is impalpubly. fine—Nothing is left to soratcb the a enamel.. It makes tootb-brushing a pleasure—you novor forget to do it: It cleans the teeth, mouth, and gums.. It is .antiseptic, and so assists in the.arrest and prevention of de...

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GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 May 1901

GARDEN.AND FIELD CALENDAR ; FOR MAY.. Br A. LaSdsdownjc, Gnulbnrn... The land generally ia in good order (or oropping, sod all seeds should be sown as soon as possible to get them started into growth before the severe cold weather. Crops of potuto and tree onions and onion seeds should bo put in at once. This crop will alwajfl.roptiy tho grower if- psoperly attended to.. W6 again orgs through cultivation and proper manuring for all crops, and only cultivate an area that can bo thoroughly attended to. Lucern sown now had better.have a light crop of oats, grosses, tia., sown with it as a shelter.. Unsettled and cold weather, with some sharp frosts, will be with us, but' warmer intervals and thunder weather are likely and considerable rain. Kitchen Garden.—Sow at once onions of all kinds, broad beans, radish, and cabbage of all sorts. After middle of month main crop of peas may be sown. Prepare beds for rheubarb, asparagus, &e., and renovate and manure old beds at end of tho mo...

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Bowral Superior Public School. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 May 1901

Sowrsil - Superior; Faablic^ '"ScEooli,- •! Is accordance'with tho olllcial arrangements the r hoisting nf the Uiiion . Jack simultaneously tit all • the-.public cicIiooIh of tho- united . colonics to com memoviito tho rccont opening o{ the Commonwealths parliament will take place on Tiie/iday next, ot- . about 12.30 p'.m.1 At the Biiwral Superior l^uhlio •School arrangements havo been made by the-teach— ing sfftff to mark the occasion in n special manner will also take phoc by inviting tho publia • to be present' (which we aro now authorised to do) i' to witnesB tho'ceremony, when a display of physic-, al drill, 'dnrab-bell exeraises, aud some-singing on', the part ofrihe pupils. . The local mamVmrS of school board mot with the • headmaster ydxtorday to complete final arrange ments, and on'tho motion of'Mr. Gavin' George- it; was decided to invito the Mayoress to hoist the -flag.. The hour selected forthe hoisting is not th.-mostcon venient for inost people, but it is the one offic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 May 1901

House-Painting, ' PAPER-HANGING, DECORATING. picture Frames of every descrip tion made to orders. AfcX-. WdRKiMANSHin GUARANTEES.. A. E. LEES (Opposite W.. Murray's), Bpjig: Igong Street, I^oupral. •Many Pounds a year saved !>y Buying; at Haig and Co's* Colin Ferguson, VIOLINIST.. VISITS BOWBAIi. every. TUESDAY, and FRIDAY.. For- Terms,.d-d.,, apply. Mr.. Ebh. Davis, Bong Bongtstrect.. £70 NJEW WINTER GOODS. It ABIES' Fashionable; Jackets^ and! Capes; SPLENEID LOT BOYS' SUITS;. ST Mackintoshes; and; Rainproof' Cloaks-. fbir- all;,' at qualities and prices: to suit all; pockets.. ■A. T! Marston's . .. OPPOSITE RICE'S HOTEL, BOWRAL HOW' TO GIVE: TJIE' 15ISOU ITd; FOR VERY- YOUKG: CHILPREN, rub tho. ■ Wscuit* .very lightly on, a clean nutmeg prater, or, crush very fine and sievo, tliroiiifli a sic>c, in»x carefully with boil hr. water, stirrin/z. wcjl,» «di give through' is not advisable to .add < it., In the case of youn<?! and delicate children, it> is ...

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Railway Information. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 May 1901

Railway Information* ^ ;Pa8sbnoeii tiaina arrive at Bjwral from Sydney 12.21a.ru. daily, Sundays exCop_tecL 7 37 a.m. (Paper Train) .daily, Sunday exoeptect! ] 11.12 a.m.t.Saturd&y only : 12.55 p.m. daily, Sunday.-excepted: . 5.33 p.m., Saturday only, 7.58 p.m. daily, Saturday.and Sunday ciscepted ! 9.2S. p.tn., Saturday only Passenger trains leave Bo'wral for Sydney • 3.0 a.m, daily) Monday excepted 6.56 a.m.. Sunday only, stops Mittagcnj; and ; EJtrathfield only 7.3 a.m. .daily, Sunday, excepted/. i ; 8.29 a.m. daily, Sundfty and-Monday excepted, '■ - stops Alittagong and Strathtiold only ' 8.31. a.m. Monday only, Btops MiHagong. and Strothfield only.. i I;3(ip.ro. daily, Sunday esoepted..

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 May 1901

Sir, At n inst-Kux of the .School of Aria held on i (Jth hint, ih« hmi. flM. yiutcd llial. no reply had boon <• received from -Mr. Gavin Georjjo to a ItU-cr request hiS a'refund of ii-l whioh iUr. Goorse roccitaJ on-' his promise to returnthe iim.uini. to the School cf * Arts, llr.^ George's Hilcnca in eloqijenl.: it is a very; piaoiicnl admission llm my Hiutemoiit us to • iiiH promi.-o( was carrcut: il ih a ftir more oauatioV criticism on Mr. George's action, than any I • coul i i llava made within tbu bounds of poiite lOn^liah ; and} should put an end to the silly halderdnsh about Miv. George beins badly trailed by tho committee.- - Tiio • fact that Mr. (juor;;H fonvarHel o sum ,of £4' o!hc- - Where is nrcononrii of tho_ School of "Arts,' and dons • not-alter-lite case one jor , and I venture to say that.* George has lost infinitely moto thuii^he gained by the pnnuliar course of notion be has so'nnneoouut- - ohlv ■ .iillowod himself to tilts -in this mntinr. - You I B, ...

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