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W. C. T. U. Heredity. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 May 1901

w. c. T. u. Heredity. The curse of alcoholism transmitted' from parent to children, and to children's chil dren i ! " Heredity is the result of a-very general I law, by virtue of wbicbu all the automatic ^elements of. the body possess the, properly of giving .direct birth to similar elements, or of determining in their awn. vicinity a generation of elements of the same kind. T:be phenomena of nutrition depend upon this same law, by virtue of which the human body incessantly renewed,, remains alwajp identical with itself from the distri bution of.atomio elements. In transmitting the germ of life, parents transmit to their children their own re semblances^ physical and moral. The children are parts of themselves ; it is our flesh, our blood, .our souls, oar examples, our lessons, our passions which re-live in them. • Is organic transformation ■ transmissable to posterity ? In our bitter experience we know it is. Half-a-dozen brothers and sis ters perish in phthisis, and the physician ...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
S. Jude's Parochial Council. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 May 1901

S.< Jude^s FavocSiial Council.. Tub firat monthly meeting of tho ncwly-fo'rmcd! Furocbial Council for St. Jude's parish was held' on Monday evening last in tho School hall, the ■ Rector presiding. There were present Messrs. Cope, Kyngdon, Mackenzie, Monk and Oxloy. An npol- ■ ogy from Mr. S.. \Y. IIorlge, hon. Secretary,' ,was i read. A'lctter wss received from Mr. Sr. On- - borne", desiring .that his nnwo might be removed i frora.tbo Counoil, since bo was nnablo to attend.. After confirmation of tho minutes the Roctor read a communication with reference to tho status of the > Council and its power ill connection with tho funds • of tho parish. A discussion ensued, and tho Score- - tary was requested to writo to the itcgistrar, Mr. Atkins, and learn tho usual practice, &o.. The » Treasurer's statement for April was recoived. A oommittee to investigate the whole question of tho * cemetery adjoining the ohurch was appointed, eon- - sisting of Ihu Hector, Messrs. ...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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PAY OF SOUTH AFRICAN SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 May 1901

PAY OF SOUTH AFRICAN SOLDIERS. lav has been-known for aJong time post that a dispute hue arisen in connection with the pay of tbe soldiers who went to South Africa, especially in tbe earlier coutiugents. they have contended that tbe amount to whidi they are entitled is 4s Cd per day over and above tbe Is 2d per day paid by the Imperial Government to the men ofv the regular army, while the Government has stated that the only sum for which the colonial authorities are liable is that which will bring the p.ayof the men up to 4s 6d per day, including tbe Imperial payment. It ia now stated that acting ou advise the •State Government has decided to pay each man en titled, to it a further sum of Ss 4d per day, that beiug-the- difference between the Imperial and' coloial rates for private --soldiers.

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B. D. Cottager Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 May 1901

JS. 15. Cottager Mospltai. Tfie usual monthly meeting was held yesterday (Friday) afternoon., Prnoont : Mr. Gavin (5<>nr'j:e [ (chair), Revs. Stanlpy Wilkinson and M. MurMeni, Dr. Yal'nck, Messrs 0. W> Marsden, R. . S.. Macken Bio. A Stephens, H. E. YVickhatn, and P. 13.:;Kyug don (hon. sec.) Correspondence. From 73llfolt Bros, forwarding obeqnn for £1 1/. From Lynnm. Wingollo, forwarding £1 for treats ment some two years:ago. .The writer.took the (ip portuuity of stating that he had tbo;full usiv of his leg, and wa3 all right again. Ffd-was v'orv gratefiil for the kindness shown him, and sorry ; the money was not sent sooner. . From Mr. Geo. M. Pugh (Sydney) forwarding locker for use in Women's Ward, hoping that-it would prove a convenience to those who have occa sion to use the hospital. He also hoped thfi gift I..1would be accopted from.an old oo-worker with.com pliments and best wishns. V Medical Officer's Report. Pntients iii hospital on March 31.7 '; .admitted...

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

A, FAMOUS MONEYLENDER.. In announcing the de$th of Mr,. Samuel Lewis,.tbe famous moneylender,.the "New York Herald." said What tbe notorious Isaac-Gordon was to tbe ranks of the hmU up in the professional and middle classes of Ehglaud Sam Lewis, was to the titled aristocracy.. No bloodsuckers ever, drained thereat property.of such a nobility to so vast an extent,. Tbe moneylender, was a power in the land. He . held in his clutches title deeds of ancient estates aud securities of fabulous amounts,, deposit ed as pledges, for: bis-. loans, and could;.at any. moment,.at his caprice or will,, roduce to absolute beggary many- of the proudest peers and peeresses of tbe United Kingdom. His deed.boxes,.if opened to public inspec tion, could tell a tale of impecunious-.. mon arch s. and. princes courting hia favor to relieve their waut of cash that would sbred strange sideli^his o;i the thrones ufrJBitcope. Personally Sam Lewis bad. pleasing, man-, ners, and knew well bow to-ingratiate - him...

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

The Inexplicable Force.! A. BANKER'. 3?HE:uatural duration of that strange and- ; active force, or involuntary energy,, which; we term Life, varies to a. most singular degree,, the known normal longevity of: liv ing.terreBtrial organisms ranging'from even, two thousand years toa few- hours, or;less.. In the animal world it is surmised that ; the longest- lived animal of nil is the whale,, which is supposed to live at least' two or three hundred years, though there is of course : no nieans ofdefinitely establishing this pro position. Other denizens of the deep, are also known to have very prolonged duration, of life, the carp, especially, being proved to live a hundred;and fifty years,, and a. sea anemone has been kept in: captivity! at Edinburgh about 70,years,, and was stated ireoently to be still alive ,* possibly,.therefore,, these torpid creatures may have an equally long existence. Next iu order oomes the elephant, which is at: one.hundred- is. hale aud;hearty, and-at two hundr...

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

Nprl KfHy in Ljg snit of mail, , " Was proof against, all lead, 'AucUiow. he longbed.wheu all did fail, To .lodge it itrbisjiead. Tbeu. let us all be. on our goard, : While long life we assure, Erom .coughs and colds have pome regard, Takfi W.00d4' Great.Peppermint Core. The Ui'landers are surprised at the leni-, ejil. terms offered;to.. General r Louis Bothn, the Boer. Commander-in-Chief,- and urged-, Sir AJfred-.Milnor the High Commissioner, to-insisf uppu.hia. unconditional surrender as a prelude, of-peace., For Children's Hooking.. Cough:, a,t. night; \Vooda' Grent,P.epp^rm]nt Cure. 1/6.

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

: Used by British Soldiers in Afdca. Copt. 0. G. Penniaon is well known nil over ;Afrina as commander of the forces, that cnpturerl the i famous rebel Galishe. Under date of' November •!,, 1897, from Vryburg, DechannalanH, he writes; "Before starting on, th^ last campaign I bought a 'qunntity of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and £>iarrbcea Remedy, which I used myself when tronbled with bowel complaint, ond hud given tnm» men, and in every case it proved most beneficial."' ■Sfor sale by D..Morgan Chemist, Bowral. OMHMnaflMM.ti9aaD«ia(>BAtno«uiTrtCR0acr ! Tea 11 WE always have on h'and • new shipments of specially prepared Ceylon, Indian,'and China -Teas to suit our customers. ' We also keep .the best Q'offoe, Qoooa( and Essence of Coffee*. ; If yon have not tried our Tea, send -for-sample, 'free on application.. W« have the Flavoring.Tea in lib,. .21b,. and 51b. 'boxes.. Price—5/per ib... (No Agent Employed.)': J. A. MOY & GO. 645 George-street, Sydney:. T. B. Dunwoo...

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

BOWRAX AND ROBERTSON FREE PRESS, «/: per quarter in advance.. BEST: ADVERTISING MEDIUM.. STENOGRAPHY.. A. \V. BEER' is prepared1 to reoeive pupils . lor SHORTHAND. Particulars and terms on application at .Offlco of This Paper;. 268 THE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY of SYDNEY, Ltd. Capital paid up ... • fl,OOOjOOO Reserve Fund .. . • .. 1,010,000 Koserve Liability ... 1,000,000 Total ... ... £3,010,000. wnnoTona. G. J. COHEN Esq., Chairman. Hon. fl. E. KATEU, M.L.C.,Doputy Chairman. Hon. HENRY MOSES, M.L.C. Hon. RICHARD JONES, M.Ii.C. EDWARD KNOX, Esq. oenkiul manager; . T. .A DIB 138, Esq. auditollb. E. S. CAPE, Esq , and W. L. DOCKER, Esq.. BRANCHES in New South Wales-and Queens land. AgoncieB throughout the world. Bowrol Branch, GAVIN GEORGE, Manager. the JIEBOIFUL JUAN it merciful to his Beast. The cold nights ore with us. If you are wise you will proteot your HORSES AND COVVS'with mw mm rugs, !v1bo Ruga made to older for either Horses or Cows. Horse Clippers, Dandy. Brushes! Body B...

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

SPECIAL VALUE AT. . S. A. JONES'S. A Great Variety of Choice:Wjnter Goods to*select from, in HATS. CAPES. DRESS MATERIALS. - FLANNKL& COATS; WRAPPERS., FLANNELETTES. CALICOES. FUR NECKLETS. SHIRTINGS.., A splendid assortment of Ladies' 3/4 Sac Coats, which, are now in such great, demand. Also the latest styles in\Capes. All goods marked at the Lowest. Possible Figure, AT MRS. S. A- JONES'S, OPPOSITE P.O.. BOWRAL A Few Iieasons WHY You should ALWAYS deal AT CHRISTIE'S. You will find the largest; assortinent of'.General Drapery, Clothing, and Mercery in the District to select from, and will really get BETTER VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY than AT ANY OTHER STORE. Y<>ii cannot po wrong in making your selection, as none but RELI ABLE AND SERVICEABLE GOODS are kept in stock,; We keep the stock well assorted and up-to-date, by constantly purchasing our goods in small'quantities.. WE. ARE NOW SHOWING . AS SPECIAL BARGAINS a few Boys' Suits, Knicker Suits, Men's Suits, Hats, Shi...

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

IKE STANDARD HIGH-CLASS CORSET IN. THE TRAOS THROUGHOUT THE. WORLD.. Avoid Inferior JhiJtatIons, jtmd see that each pair bears this Trade Mark on.band. Inside,. |;5 OSTAiKAHLE. FROM ALL DRAPERS EVERYWHERE.. Sole Agents for Australia FLINOEflS LANE; MELBOURNE.. BARRACK 6T.,1 SYDNEY.

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

Presbyterian Church. Mitlagong. Iiov G A Gordon 11 Bowral; liav G A Gordon 3.80 and 7.30

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

Tub request matla toitho Mmiiciiml Council by the Committee of tire Kofipilaili for permission, to rlcnl with sanitary mattern-a-na bury on the opot.haa henti Rifintod. Tho Conner!1 rccognized that tile mndii cal staff could be tniRted to take every praairasfoiv.. The Tlospitnl authorities had expressed nn>d'e:iiiw fin nukini; tlicir request to avoid payment fm: intnriwiaf supervision, but the eonnoil wisely and BjitcoCuHy thought fit lo forffo any change, seeing how ilie fri Btitntion, supported hy generous gifts, was of eorviec • to tho wholo community. ' * •# * Alderman OxriEt inlroducod a lino of demarcation between aldermen and aldermen by bin aphorism that public health was of more importance than metalling highways. A majority liowtver thought and voted that roads came first. By the neglect of publlo sanitation, a comliiion may arise that- might lead to the ratepayers in bunches of twos and threes journing for the last time oil tho carefully maintain ed road to the nometer...

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

Primitive Methodist Church. Mr W H Jones 11, Mr J Ueary 7 Bundanoon, Rev A \V I'nrton 11 and 7. Penrose, Rov A W Pnrton 3

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

MUNICIPAL APPEAL' COURT?., Tlie following oppeals were made■agaitTst the' as sessment'of certain properties.' Mr. . MoOarty, ot Mobs Vale, appearing on behalf or'the Bowral coun cil • "W. Alcorn, house-nnd land in Bowral" street,', as sessed at £15—reduced -to £10.- , W; Alcorn, vacant block, assessed at. £30?—As sessment upheld. The applicant wished this re duced to £5.. 0. 0. Gnlfi. shop and land in B ins Bnng-atr'eet, assr-ssed at £]S 14/.—Reduced to £10 10/0. C. C. Oale,-house'in An^vlo Lahe, assessed at f7 0/5.—Assessment npheltf. Mr*. Oxley, land in Railway Crescent,' assessed: at £30.'—Reduced to £31 13/. II. M, Oxley, plflce and dwelling in Bong Bong street, assessed'ot £t>9 0/.— Reduced to £03. Dr Newmnrch, house in Mori ii;ang-street, as sessed at £113 12/. -Reduced to £72.' T. Gnrrnd, property in Victoria-street, assessed at £l4.'--Reduced.to £12. Executors in the OBtate of the lato -.SI- McDonald, property in Bowral-street, assessed at £17 5/0. .-No appearance of appl...

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Moss Vale. DISTRICT COURT, 7TH MAY, 1901. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 May 1901

Moss Vale. DISTRICT COURT, 7ra MAY, 1901. Before his Honor Judge Fitzhardinge. Elizabeth Lansdown v. Henry Freeman and Ernest Freotnan. Mr. C. 0. Gnlo for plaintiff. This waa nn notion to recovor £10 damaRos for breech of agreement. Verdict for plaintiff £10 with costs'and expenses of one witness. Taylor Bros. v. Geo. Farthing sen. to recover £7 1/9 goods sold. Mr. Gale for plaintiff. Verdict for amount claimed willi coBts and expenses of ono witness. F. FT. G. Payne v. David MoPherson, to recovor £10 professional costs. Mr. Gale for defendant, whose defence wqh that he agreed with plaintiff for a fixed sum foe costs which he had paid. His Honor after heuring tho evidence-gavo a- verdict for the amount, claimed. OA SA APPLICATIONS. Adolph Bender v. Ii.van Asa Moss. Mr. Galo for plaintiff. Writ to go for £3 19/10, amount claim od, with 14/9 costs, to be paid by 18th May. inst. John Hinos v. J. J; Honrs. Mr. Gale for plaintiff, stated thut defendant was Bankrupt. Case struck out: For ...

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

Roman Catholic Church.. Bowral 9;,Mittugong 11 _ Eov. Fr. Slioridan. Salvation Army. Barracks, Oddfellows'Halt, Bowral, 7 and 11 a.m. 8 and 7-p. mi Captain Isabel Duffell.. Havb tod tried Rutherford's malt bread?. It ia self-digostivo, and contains great nutriment. Send for a loaf.*

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

Dowral SclaooS of Arts. The usual monthly meeting was held on Wednesday evening last. Fresent.— R. S. Mackenzie (chair) Dr. Morgan, McsBrs. C. AV. Marsden, .T. J. Camp bell, Ebb. Davi?, G. E.' Marston, Jos. Stokes, H. E. Wiokham (hou. treaa.) and A. Holmea (hon, see.). Corresrondenco. From Mr. McCourt stating that ho was en deavouring to get the treasurer to pay the Sahool of ArtB subsidy out of the-advance account. From Mr. E. Armstrong, Secretary of tho Library Association of Australasia ro subscribing to. the Library Accord of Australia.— Referrod to library sub-committee for report oil the motion of Messrs. Wickham and Marston. Tho chairmnn hero announced that the Rev. M. Maddern had offered to give atv address in-aid of tha Sohool of Arts.—It was decided to write accept ing tho ofter and thanking Mr. Maddbrn.. Librarians' Report.. j Two new rnombors, no resignations.- Thevbilliard receipts were .£8 7s, and the reading room 7s fid.. Dr. E. H. Morgan had presented the following b...

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Bowral Council. THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1901. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 May 1901

ISowrai Council.. Tiiuiihjay, Mat 10, 1901.. I .Prksbnt : Aid. J. M. Christie (MayorJ^R. S. Mac kenzie, T. Mathewson, I1'. U. Kyngdon, .Job. Stokes, 'W. Murray, M. like, and H. M. Oxley. From tlic Yaas Federal Cnpitnl LougKestating that ft resolution hud been passed inviting tlio Mayors ,of nil mtini6ipnlities to call public meeting in order to support Yass in its endeavour to secure the capi ta'. Fiutlur thnt a meeting of delegates he held at Yass.. It was pointed out that if the prize was se cured by Vase, all towns on the southern line would benelit. Aid. Mackenzie thought tbo tetter pnnderod to a low motive in asking them to assist in suoh a manner. . Either of tho three sites {Bombala, Orango, and Yass) were all suitable, but the latter wns preferable, as it was on the southern line. Even liowral would have an outlet for tbo trachyte.. 'Under the circumstances ho moved that tho council give its support to Yassc and- that the Mayor be authorised to call a public meeting.. - Seco...

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Bowral Police Court. FRIDAY, MAY 10TH, 1901. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 May 1901

rt.. F.iuday, May IOiti, 1901. Before Messrs. \V. S. Caswell, P.M.', R.' SI' Mac kenzie, A. Stephens, W. Alcorn,- and H. Kennedy, J'b.P; • , II. A. Bissak'erwas charged with' neglecting to send three children to school the required number of days.' Mrs. Uissnlcer appeared and pleaded guilty on behalf of hev husband., Fined.1/ and 4/10 coals in eacb-.-case, one month being allowed to pay same, in default 211 hours:for case. ■ . Thomas McCrnary pleaded' guilty to a similar charge for one child. -The fine of 1/ and 4/10" costs was paid. - ; .■ . C. C. Gale (soli'citor)'noplied for a warrant of cbrumitmentto Gl, A: Garling who- had failed 'to comply with the det-ision ' of the court' in paying £f 7/6 costs awarded ;to Mrs. Garling-- o» the 8th February;. Constable Gallagher also applied''Tor a warrant of commitment in the police case of the Bame dale. Both requests were grn ii ted. (The verdict on the 8th February oarriea an alter native of two months-in Burrimo gaol)..

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