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Kangaloon. BAND OF HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 May 1901

BAND OF HO PIT.. Tije usual monthly meeting of the Band of Hope, was held on Friday evening last and proved "very enjoyable, nil the itntua being creditably* renddred. The Rev. F. J. Rranoh (President) presided; The following items wore cnnc through :~Instriimnnfctil polo, Miss A>'is Piper; recitation, Muster Wilf Morrow; sol6, Miss Ada Piper ; recitation, " The mornl'sermon." Mr. J. Biyson ; solo, "Angels ever bright and" tpi'r." Mrs. Branch recitation, Miss Pearson ; solo, Mi'sh .Tobhptone ; recitation, " Love and War," 'Mr. A. Thompson; reading Mr. Branch ; recitation," ijere she goes and there she goes," Mr. J.'Bryson ; address, Mr. J. Curtis; and duet, Mr. and Mrs. Branch. A hymn aud the benediction •concluded the meeting.

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

Not a Surprise; . It will not be a surprise to any who are at nil' familiar with the good qualities jf Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,. to know that- people. everywhere take pleasure-in relating their experience in the uso • of that splendid medicicine and in' telling - of ■■ the benefit they have received from -it, of- bad colds itr ims cured, of threatened attacks of pneumonia it has •• averted and of the children it has saved from attacks of croup and whooping cnimh, It.is a > grand; good-' ^medicine. For sale by D. Morgan, Chauist, liowial—

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 May 1901

ONE I TO BE KEABY,, TWO r l TO BE. STEADY, \ T'HllEE!.!.!. TO BE OFF-— TO Enlierf®rdpsf . . . BQWRAL. Full Consignments of WINTER STOCK are to hand, p.nd now selling rapidly. Ladies' Beaver Cloth Jackets Girls' Jackets arid Cloaks. Children's-, Pelisses, and. Warm. Coats. FLANNELETTES—the best range and the soundest value we have ever been able to offer. -- FLANNELS—Welsh, Saxony, New Zealand Greys, &c. SHEETINGS and.CALICOES Ladies'' Cravenette Mackintoshes,., Double-breasted. New Umbrellas. -- Fur Necklets in 6 different kinds and, prices. DRESS- STUFFS,, all at reduced figures to make a genuine clear- . ance. Hoods and-Bonnets-;; Gloves and: . Gaiters. Jack Frost will: be. with; us> directly. Better buy your warm, things arid be ready for him and.for the:cold: winds.. HORSE RUGS. C0W RUGS.. BLANKETS.a speciality, from 7/-to 30/; per pair;. Men's Jerseys,.Boys' Jerseys, Crimean Shirts.. I). RUTHERFORD, ARGYLE HOUSE, ^BOWRAL BE;,. CRAWFORD, Dentist;, A7 BE' CONSULTED AT ...

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Social. BOWRAL VOLUNTEER FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 May 1901

©ociu&S. BOWRA.L VOLUNTEER FIRE BRIGADE. . Tiie Annual Social in connection with the above was- brought to a- successful issue on Tuesday night last in the Bow ral School of Arts.. The weather, was de-. lighlful, and although the attendance was not up to former occasions, about fifty couples graced the hall with their, presence, amongst them being visitors from Moss Vale, Mittagong, and Berrima. The hall was nicely decorated with flags, etc. (for which the firemen were respon sible), and added to the evening's enjoy ment. Just before the dancing com menedd the Captain of the Brigade (Mr. Moses Jones) welcomed the company then assembled by expressing his plea sure at seeing those present to take part in their annual re-union, and trusted, that the social would be thoroughly enjoyable to all. The Brigade had provided every thing necessary to provide comfort, and pleasure (which was evidenced during the evening by the harmony with which the proceedings were carried out), and li...

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Bowral & Robertson Free Press. Saturday, May 11, 1901. ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 May 1901

Bowral & Robertson Free; Press.. Saturday, May 11, 1901. ITEMS 0E INTEREST^ A-Miorse waggon is advertised for.sale.. I ' The Bowral'council.ho* u debit balance of '£'16 Is 111!. The Bdwral Oounoil has deoided t6" call a public .meeting with a-viow to as^sting Tubs in.ita. eudea ;vours to secure the federal Capital... The receipts fiom the School of "Arts 1 illiard table last month totalled £B 7s. Not a bad record. The takings aro by no menus decreasing.. The Bevt' Stanley Wslkinson, M..A.,. will' preach the following sermons on Sunday evenings during •the month of May, at St..Jude's, BowralMay ;12, Fatalism; May 19, Moral Responsibility-; and :May 20, on the Gospel of Practical Life.. A memorial service for the late Mrs. Mitchell, was conducted by the Rev. D.; T.. Smith in St.. Luke's Church, Grlenquarry.-on Sunday last. The service, was a very.impressive one.- "" It teajis that our town clock has not yet- reached jtlio acme of perfi'C.i-'U. Surely something must bo 'wrong i...

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The Royal Visit. MELBOURNE FESTIVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 May 1901

Tiie S£.©y»l Visit. MELBOURNE FESTIVITIES. Tim Standard, in commenting' on tho re ception of llio Dales mid the Duchess of Cornwall and York in .Melbourne, states that the magnificent.spontanoity of the re ceptiou has stirred the blood of liritUhers. . Amongst the New South Wales represen tatives who received'cards of private entree for the levee hold by the Duke at Govern ment House on Tuesday wore Mr. John See (State Premier), Senators Sir William McMillan and J. C. NioU, Messrs. A. Chap man, A. II. Conroy, G. W. Fuller, J. H. Cook, W. H. Wilks, and II. Willis, Ms.H.R., and Major-General French. The Chinese procession through the Mel bourne streets on Tuesday was a most gorgeous affair. In coloring alone it ecliped all the decorations combined. It dwarfed into insignificance the most gorge ously painted arches, but it was in the bar baric splendour of it3 conception that the procession had the strongest hold. The quaiut costumes, with their skilfully blended colors, the brilliant ...

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

17011. S\£E.— 6-Aeruo WnRgon, capnlilo cf.earry lag © to 15 tous.—Apply A..GONDON.,Bow— ml'.. ■ ' 797? BOTCEAL MUSICAL SOCIISl'Y..—Tliero will bo NO I'KACTIGiO on' Monday- JCvunin^ Noxt.— A... HOIjAJTuS, lion..ego- 798 J -TTSTANTED—nieOail?lCT13NT HAND, also ap V V apprentices for the Dressmaking.. Apply,., MRS- S. A. JONES,- Bowral.. 794: mO DRESSMAKERS;—Lady desires position r.'i JL nssintaut. Twulvo months' exparienoe, own machine if required. Salary—12/6 por week.. " DOHA," Moan Vale, l'.O. 795 • ENKUGISTIC AGENTS WANTED.. Liberal! . Term a to competent persons.. DAVIES-i FKAKLIN CYCLE COMPANY, Limited, Ballaraty. Victoria.. 79(5 ; PUBLIC NOTICE.—Givo orders early for Prime • Beef, Mutton, Pork, Veal, and Lamb.. Also • all kinds of Poultry di'esHod or alivo. Carta deliver in Bowral daily. All customers punctually attended I to by prnotical men.—J.. \V.. NOIBIAN, Butcher, Moss Vale..

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Commercial. SUSSEX-STREET TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 May 1901

C © sirs aw e re 5 al. ■ SUSSEX-STREET TRADE. Following nrc tha irholeanle quotations for Tiiurs o'-iy. Sf-'iv 'J :— _ WiiUiil— !iii (i.J !'lf> Ori B 1 hu-hiii. li'luur A'O los to tl> jjpr ton j ditt.'V teriiitt, »ril> .)4 ; Aiiinit ba, £i0 ;is to jL>10-7m. • lSrao~8£! i" S)d |i"r ii'i'3hel. •*• ' Virbl-'li af Tl.<i.9rl^-. ■Cli.lH -d:.i 11..11 KM per ton. • i Onipsi Uny— irf id £•■> Id. f V7s.0>l -por.lon. . Stt aw ' lMrick'. £i IVh G'l lo £2 7* (/-t-jiur ton ; -"./Luueim- Hnv— j-'r hum, £li- to £&■■ u-i . per ton ;• tU'iitu, « 2 T.< <>'! .to -livi 10*. O ils—N.Z>, 3c id. to Is 103 per bushel ;■ Taa.,-ls 8 I lo H !>d - . ... -.Mm*?—N^S.'W., prinm-riry, 2a Oil-per bushel:.se-<•"' eoii'i ij'inlity..2.- f>i tn.2a J.l. . . Pot'it-'cs. .- L'a3.,.JLd Ujb per ton ; Darkskins,, U 10-. O.jI-ji):'. :. Vict-., £10 per.ton.;: N.Z , <8 .: £8. . T5iir!py~Pc-c-tl, lii.l'Ul fcv2^ lil per-bui'lieL « Poultry ...

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

. Football. ■Tue annual general meeting in connection with the Herrima-Camflpn Bnghy Football Urn'ori whs held at Moss Vale on Wednesday evening lust. Mittagong, Bowral', Maes Vb1o, Myra Vale, aiid" Pieton clubs ■were represented,.24° delegates being present. Dr. F. 0. Stevenson occupied tho chair.. Mr. Tutt was elected' a vice-president, the oilier officers being the same as those elected at u previous, meeting. ... . ... ;° V ' It was decided that XG gold medals be given to tlio< premier club in the season's competition. \ It'wiis also dccidod.tbnt two representative mutches should be played between the northern and southern dis visions of the union, the first to bo played on the 18tli inst. at Picton, and tho second when tha first round had concluded. .' A motion by Messrs. Mnses (Mittngong) and Bur gess (Picton),'" That the Annual meeting be held at Moss Valo. and all special meetings nt Mittagong," oaused some discussion. Suppoiters of Hip. motion argued that it woul...

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

Wealcn an Church. Bowral, Mr D Rutherford 11, llev M Martrlorn 7 Mi'ttagong, Rov MMaddern 11, Mr W H Jones 7 llosa Vale, Rov M Mtuldorn 3 Robertson, Rev F J BranchJ7 Kongaloon, Kov F 3 Branch 11, Layman 7 Myra Valo, Ilov F J Branch 3

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SERVICES TO-MORROW. Church of England. SS. SIMON AND JUDE, BOWRAL. 5th Sunday After Easter. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 11 May 1901

SERVICES TO-MORROW. Church of England. 08. MM OX AND 3UUB, lMWIUIi. J>lli Sunrltiy After Easter. Divine Horvices a n.m., l l n.m.,arm v. p.m. even ing Subjcot, " Fatalism " Prcacher, tlio Rector. wtNaKOAnmniiKB.. East Kangaloon 11, Robertson !), Htirrnwnng 7-!)0 llev. D. T. Smith..

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THE FISHY BUTTER QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 15 May 1901

THE FISHY BUTTER QUESTION. A'dmrt.man saysI 800 an article under Tho Fishy Butter Question, wherein fishi nesa is considered as " a dirt of some kind or other,,.anil -likely. to establish' itself in Australia within four years." Now ucienco has done, and is doing, a great deal for the dairying industry; at tho same- time, com monsnnse must not bo left out of the1 question. What else but " fishy " butter can be made of " fidhy " milk ? 1 have sup plied'a creamery for a number of yoars, and my experience is that fully thirty per cent, of tho mill> supplied in hot weather wnsiu a more or less " fishy "• oondilion... Why ? ' Beoauso the majority of suppliers empty the warm-milk, fresh from the; cow, at uight, straight into tho ordinary close milk, can, where it keeps warm all night, and is parted, uncovered) through the blazing sun, to the creamery. A supplier would 'no mord think of taking a drink of skim milk at thelcreamery than ho wolild.- of1- taking one out of his pig tub at ho...

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A PHENOMENON. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 15 May 1901

A PHENOMENON,: '• We have riover heard a satisfactory ex planation," nays the " Buenos Ayrea Stan dard," " of the extraordinary phenomenon' to bo witnessed on the banks of ihe Salado. For about a league back from either bank the pasture land is-of extraordinary _ fatten ing quality, but lias tho serious drawback that the bones of all sheep feeding on it become so brittle that their legs break on receiving tho slightest blow. You throw a wether, and tho hind leg breaks in your band lilto n ■ pipe stem. The land is so fattening that wo havoseen a whole 'capon ada ' bought for a freezing company. These lands are from time to time flooded by tho Salado, and tho inference in that tbey there by become impregnated with certain chem ical particles—salt or partaking of salt and saltpetro—which thus affect the bony tis sues of the sheep, though extremely con ducive to laying on fat.".

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THE CENSUS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 15 May 1901

THE CENSUS. Population- of. New South- Wales, 1*362,232, being an increase during the past ten years of 229,991. Population of. Victoria, 1,195,874; being an increase of 55,469 during the ten years.

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In Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 15 May 1901

In Melbourne. Our ropre-sentnlivo paid liis initial viHtt to Melbourne- fluting last weok, attracted I thither by tlio festivities connected with tlio openiug of tho Australian Federal Parlia niont by the King's son. Like many others, ho was groatly struck with the magnitude of tho Melbourne building-*,, the width of its streets, and the loyalty of its people. In its reception of the Royal visitors Melbourne fulfilled its mission well,-although, a portion of tbe credit is due to Australia and the Federal Government. M4ny weeks had been -spent iu making beautiful the streets along the line of route, in arranging the decorations and illuminations, and in draw ing up the varied and liberal programme of events. Tho visit of the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York moro than the opening of tho first Federal Parliament was in reality kept uppermost in the minds of tho peoplo. It is said that the Duke and Duchess havo thus fulfilled a dying wish of our late beloved Qneon, and on tho occas...

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Entertainment. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 15 May 1901

Entertainment. Undoubtedly the most successful enter tainment inaugurated by- the Primitive Methodist section of the Bowral commun ity was that whi:h was submitted to the public in the Bowral School of. Arts on Monday evening. The sucCeSs of the function was primarily due to Mrs. T. S. Piggott, who'put all her^ energy: into, the numerous details, small in themselves; but which were evident in the complete har mony with which the programme was car ried through.- "Mrs. Piggott received val uable assistance from a band of willing helpers. The promoters ateo received liberal and valuable outside help, and the appearance of the names of well-known local artists on the programme no doubt Helped to induce tne large attendance that night, and contributed largely to the enjoyment of the audience. A striking feature of the programme was the tab leau*?'-which were arranged • with-an ex llent efiect by Mrs. T. S. Piggott, assis ted-by Miss Amy Jones, and which were much appreciated by the large...

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EIGHT WORD POEM. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 15 May 1901

EIGHT WORD POEM. • Hunter, bear,' Struggling pair, • Man inferior, ; Gone interior; • Boating excursion,-' Sudden immersion, >*■ Rescue effected. Wedding expected.' Man,"bike," Girl, trike ; Both caught,' Tandem bought.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 15 May 1901

J. G. MORRIS- & COiv auctioneers AND valuators*. Stook and Property Salesmen, Fire and. Life Insurance Agents/ ' BOWKAL. MEDICAL. • I*R.CiK (Loud).'; . i (LATE of LONDON Having purchased dr. fi-'HER's* practice, will after F<Sb. 21 conduct it at " Eastington," MerriRang-atreet, a fow; doors ftooQi Dr. Fisher's present reaidenoe.. ; " JSiistiDgtoi)," 1 Morrigang-street'.' • 670) F- W €F? PA¥ffB, solicitor, conveyance#, <te., , • com missioner for AFFIDAVITS. . moss.vale. ~ Will-'viBit Eawral every fftlday/whin be-ean be consulted at-his room at the Grand EKxel. At-', tends all courts in the District. BOWBAL FfiUIT SHOP OPPOSITE Post Office, Bowral. The Beat and" ■ most varied atoc.k out,, of- Sydney. Call «Dd> sec our show. • • ■. * -'.X: e:'T. HOPWOOD, 9543 Manager.'' MAPEKIN0 DINING BOOMS:, irs.G. S. Gushing*! Having taken over the Business recently carried on by M rs. A. Beattie, Has removed to ibmw Commodious Premises. Opposite Rutherford's, Bong-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 15 May 1901

W. WHITE, FAMILY BUTCHER, Xloddle - St., • Robertson. ORDERS CALLED FOR AND PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO. 7G0 Blacksmithing: and -Wheel wrighting. 3KTOn173:C;23. BEG to inform the residents of Robertson, Knn goloon, and surrounding district that they have pUteliaaod tliri General Blacksmith and Wheelwright Illjsiiiess lately carried on by Mr. Nugent at Robert; sbn, and hopo by Htricfr attention to business, com? billed with good workmanship and moderate char gfes, to rnerit a lair share of public patronage. 790 COLGATE & CO'S. Are*, absolutely the best .in - the market. Tlieir Toilet Sonps of all kinds, bo<h seen tfed find nnscentod, are made from only/ the sweelest find purest.materials, wlii&b soften and whiten the skiu. COLGATE & COr . liavo recently been awarded the first tind'ouly ■tfbieh' is-the higbesti possible award, aud^ ranks above the Gold Medal, — FOR — •American TOILET and SHAVING SOAPS, PERFUMES, SACHETS;, TOiKET' > WATERS,- DENTAL AND ...

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A QUEENSLANDER TAKEN DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 15 May 1901

A QUEENSLANDER TAKEN' DOWN. .When in King-street, a Queenslander, ■vflio bad come to Sydney, to catch tli8 Orizaba for Euglandj- casually made the acuaiutance of a decent-lookiug sort' of "chap, who, as subsequent conversation revealed, was also going to catch the same boat. He was pleased. The two strolled round -town ' together, and tbe more tlie Queenslander saw of his new friend tbe Craore he liked'him; Presently " tlie decent' looking sortof chap " stopped in front' of premises in Pitt-street, and said that he had to get a very valuable parcel. Would Ivvs companioii wixil a few minutes for him ?' 'tie-asked." Receivin^-an affirmative reply, he entered the buiidibg.-- In a few miiiutesf he emerged, carrying ttifc parcel, but with a jlpok of mild annoyance' on his frank and honest'countenance. He bad to pay some thing on the • parcel—a few-pounds^-and 'some hitch- had occurred. °Either" they conldn't'cash a cheqtie1 for- huh,'- or';' some thing,'lie did not very clearly explain w...

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