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

€lm?.!>bcrlalii's■ Palh KuIhi C/ircs Oth ers, Why ftot You? My wife Una been uains uhamberbiin's Pain Balm with Rood' riifultB, for a lame- phoitier that bas pained' her contmonUy for- ltine yflarn. We have tried all kinds of' medicines nnd," dootorawithuut receiving any bcn.fit from nny of' them; One dav we saw im advertisement of this medicine and thought of trying it, which wo did with the be.sf of snHsfudion. Sbe has bspi! only one bottle nnd her shouhlor is almost well.. Anoi.ru L. MiijLRTt, Manchester. Ni 11. Fut sale by D. Aloryau, Chemist, Bawral.. (

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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"TOPPING OFF" PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 15 May 1901

" TOPPING OFF " PIGS. a> correspondent describes a. new method of " topping off" pigs and mak ing the .flesh hard instead of- flabby. About ctn hour after the animals have had their usual ration, whatever it may be, give each one a small quantity of - dry nteal of whatever kind is preferred. It is not to be mixed with any other substance, nor' is it t6 be moistened-in- any way. The pigs eat it slowly, and - the effect of this dry ration, eaten by itself about half an hour after the usual feed,, is to impart a firmness to the flesh'which'is-difficult to obtain by any other method of feeding. The pigs appear to - enjoy the dry meal thoroughly. Some of the leading -American- breeders make it a7practice to give their pigs a ■ little turpentine in their food once or twice a week. They claim that the ad ministration of this liquid exercises a v^ry bfeneficial influence on-the appetite,:- and helps to 'ketp the' digestive .functions in • good order; especially-when the- animals have bee...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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DUEL WITH SINGLE-STICKS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 15 May 1901

DUEL WITH SINGLE-STICKS. .The " Paris Journal" reports a novel duelling match. •; Two fencing professors, attached to a gymnasium in the Rue de j JVIalte, met'.before a jury of their friends under, the: following ; unusual conditions : The. weapons to beT fencing canes, each round to last half an hour, and every halt to be deducted. There .was- only one round, which lasted 4-imin 9;sec, halts in cluded, and M. Dechambonrg was pro-' claimed ithe victor; by, 69 points to 18; The two -meh attacked each other with great .violence, and at the end of the duel both were in a' pitiable condition,: their bodies being marked with numerous cuts,' from which blood.flowed freely. -

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 15 May 1901

GARDEN"AND-FIELD CALENDAR FOR MAY. By A. Laxdsdowub, Goulburn. Tmolnnd generally is in good order for oropping, and nil seeds nhould bo Bown an soon no poosiblo to j got thorn started into growth before the spvero oold weather. Cropa o£ potato and tree onions and onion seetla should bo put in at once. This crop will always repay tho grower if properly attended to. We again urgo 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 o£ onls, grasses, Aa., sown with it as n pholtor. Unsettled and cold weather, with somo sharp frosts, will bo with us, but warmer intervals and thunder weather are Jiltely and considerable rain. Kitchen tiarden.—Sow at oncc onions o£ all kinds, broad bomis, radish, ami cnbbngo of nil 3orta. . After middle of month main crop of peas may bo ■ sown. Preparo beds for ihculmrb, asparagus, it'c., and renovate nnd man uro old beds at eiid of the month, Pla...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 15 May 1901

Frosty nights and warrii days is the : weather report just now. A. good jolce comes from- Sutton Forrest,,, where a youth weut up a tree with a lautern 5 :i o delude tho neighbours into the belief that/* they saw the-coitiot. • There has just recently -been "on exhi- * bition in our shop window a small collec- • jion of- vegetables of unusually large " growth—to'wit, two potatoes grown -by •' Mr. W; Ramsey at Mrs. Oxley's, Winge- - carribbee, one weighing .2Jibs'and the- • other 2^1bs ;and :one radish, weighing : 4Jlbs-, grown by the late Mr. W. I-Iopson, t ofBowral.. ^ ' . . The ".Review of Reviews" for Aus- - tralasia:for April devotes its space almost entirely-to a large sheaf of greetings from ; many lands to Federated ; Australia-.-• -In. > response to editorial application - many ' distinguished men have given 'brief ' ex-' - pression of sympathy and good will. All'-* sorts of notabilities, English and foreign, • political; journalistic and - diplomatic, * famous, writers, ...

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

Railway. Smforawiatatm. -PAasuNOF.n trains arrive at 15 nvral froiif Sydney 12.21 a.m. daily, Sundays oxceptod - 7 B7 a.m. (Papot Train) daily, Sunday esooptccl 13.12 a.m., Saturday only 12.55 p.m. daily, Sunday, esccptod } 5.3;f p.m., Saturday only 7.58 p.m. dnily, Saturday and Sunday excepted ; 9.28 p.m., Saturday only' Passenger trains lasvo Bowrnl tot Sydney:— 3.6 a.m. daily; Monjliiy oscopt'od O ofi a.m. Sunday only, stops Miltagong and l , Siratlifiold only 7.3 a.m. daily; Sunday oxscpted. - v- 8.29 n.in. daily, Sunday and Monday excepted, * ' ■ ■. BlopB Mittngong and Slrnthfield only ■■■' ■ ■ 8.31 a.m. Monday only, stops Mittagong and ^Iratlifioki only. - '• -1.30 jp.m; fliiily, Sunday nxooptecl.

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 15 May 1901

Have yoo tKhitti'R'ilhertordV malfc'brcticl ? It ip. f self-digestive, and contains great nmritnent. Send ' for a loaf.* A. W, Beer, " ]?iiee Pres.i;'' oORcn Yitooks ovdry- • t in:r hi ti.o bicycle tmdo; rvpiirrf biiiyile*, awl-i always has n quantity of lndy'n and weut'it inauh inea bn hand tor buId or" liiro. For the pa?t ten yearn the growth' of 8ydnay. has ; heeti greater than that of all the oapilal oitius pul;'' together," -, A'TriicFricjid. ' A friend in need is a friend indeed. That is ex actly what Chambeiluju's Cough Remedy is, It is •* the mother's help whTri she is awiilMhed in the night - bv1 the oniinnm husky cough, and the "labored ' breathing of her bahe. It is the unfa resoit of the youth or adnlc, when he 1ms "caught cold" and f there ia couching and irritation. of the muuiiE membrane of the throat. Itr allays the imitation ' " and, cures the cold; Fur,.sale- by,-. I); '- Morgan,,1,. Chemist,-Bowrah • ^ Builds up the System. Strengthens. This ■warm climate is very ...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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A Romance of Crime. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 15 May 1901

A Romance of Crime. This cause celebre of the Paris law' courts needs no introduction to the present genera tion. Thero is not a man or woman who does not remember tbe stir it made even in tbis country. A terrible grim drama of real lift, it ended practically the same as tbo famous Adelpbi one, which was based upon it, viz., the vindication of. the hero victim. In 1804: the French War Office discovered that their most closely-fjunrded secrets were being betrayed to 'Germany. Great was the- consternation, greater still tbe popular anger and indignation'. .The.army at the time was full of scandals, audf-th'ese were now intensified-^by, the mutual sus picions and recriminations of the • members of the General Staff. The furore was in no wise diminished by. (he press, which ; level led wild charges-against several-of' the foreign attaches, and with passionate articles inflamed tbe public - .mind. At the height of the storm a document was stolen from the German Embassy in Paris, or said ...

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

/fl'OSrEIj TEMPERANCE- MEETING in \Ves»* \JP leyan Sbli(iol> llhll{ Tliursnay lGtli, 8,p.in.^ Aildrcss—Mis.. Alivpy of- tho Vietoriau W.C.T.U.. Collection-to defray 3spcns3s. H; V It IK /— (TV ITo rs o Wn^Rou, capable of curry ing: lU'to'lff'tous —Apply.A. CONDON, Uuw ral.. 7m' LOST between Tlbng Bong-street and " The Rift,'"" GOLD EYE GLASSES, chain attached. Re ward at Ebb. Davis's, Stationer, Bong Bong-street. - 709 - SEEDS, all kinds'FRUIT'TR/EES ; SHRUBS. - ^EST and CHEAPEST uvsiook.- JO PACK- - KTS, TRAIN PAID, 10s. • . A.'LANSDOWNE & CO.; • . Goulburn.\ PUBLIC NOTICE.—Give,orders early for Prime * X Beef, Mutton; Porlt, Veal, nnd Lamb. Also ' all kinds of Poultry dressed or alive.' Carta' deliver in Bowial daily. ■ All customers punctually attendoii.-V to by praoiioal men.—J: \V. NORMAN, Biftchor, - Mobs Vale. •

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

READ WHAT' -VITADATIO I S DOING. CONSUMPTION' Can^be Cured. Read What Mr- Fred. Stevenson Says VI TAD AT 10 Has • Done for Him Dungog, July 17, 1000. ■ Mr. S. A. PALMER. Dear Sir,—For over two ycatd I suffered from what the doctors here told me was Consumption, and during thut limo I' Buffered considerably, and could not net any relief. Seven tiraea I-broke a ' bloodvessel, nnd gave up all hope of recovery. The doctors told mo they could not do me any pood, and pave me up. It wis then that I heard of VITADA TIO, and I determined to- try it. The first bottle did mo a deal of good, nnd after taking twelvo bottles 1 can now say I am quite cured. Twelve months ago I weighed under nino stone, nnd to-day I was weighed at your representative's request; and was just ten atone eight pounds, and am now .work ing on the roads as maintennnce man, and well able to do a hard day's work as well as I coold years ago. I am well-known here, and will do nil in my power to pursuade others who are suffe...

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

Aj - NATI0if AIh SCXNG; By the last. English mail Felix MuGlennon, wIiohg name, aw composer of " Sons of-'tlie Sen,.'-' passed into-'a proverb, sends his latest production as an anthor-enmpoaer. Under the title, " Victoria's Emblem — a White, White, Eose " ho. sings— What shall;we wear for Victoria? ' Victoria, the Great mid Good ; . She whom the world, will ne'er forget, She of the gentle mood ; . ■■■ What shall Victoria's emblem be,. - No-jewel's [jouip^r.-glure-;-. , But in our loviiw unity-"' This shall we Briton's wear.- ■ JaEFR.UN — '. ■ Take a sprig of Shamrock; • ■ ? For she idved the Greou ;' Take a sprig of Thistle;,- <■' Scotland's emblem, keen - Twine-them will) the-sweetest-, , Dearest flow'r that grows, , The enililom of her purity, A White, White Rose. ■ What-shall' we fear for Victoria ? ' ' - ■ Lndy of the heart so fond ; - She who onr Empire closer knit,'. ; Love was the only bond ; BulSug iivspleudid fthvjesty, ■ Calming the angry strife Great in her pe...

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A VOYAGE THROUGH MANY CLIMATES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 15 May 1901

: A VOYAGE' THROUGH MANY' . CLIMATES. A y*ery-interesting point about the voyage: of the O'phir is , the swift" aac.1 ■ fr-eguent change of climate which she will encoun ter before her return to England (says the London "Daily Graphic" of April). The height of smnnier and tire depth of,-winter ■will only bo separated by a very brief in terval- Thus, leaving .England when it is in •the grasps of the east winds of spring,' three weeks will carry, the-Ophic to the oppressive beat of Aden, an-4 another weelt will find the-voyagers at Colombo with the sun right overhead. Australia ■ will be reached at the beginning of'the south"-' era winter,' andit will-be just ' {.xist mid-" night when the ship is turned westwards towards Mauritius, v-It' will-:'be the cool season at Mauritius. But, as that island is within the tfopics, cool-does not mean cold there. Then by the 'tiiiid' the Cape of Good Hope is reached winter thfere is beginning to pass into spring. And when the ship begins to go, nor...

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

fJsetl Ivy British Soldiers in Africa. - Cnpt. C. G. Pennison is well known nil over ."Africa as commander of the forces Hint captured the ^famous robol Galishe. Under dftto of November 4, 1S07, from Vryburp, Beehuanaland, he writap: " lioforo starting on' tho^laat aam| ajpn I 'bought n quantity of Chamberlain's Colic, Cliolera ami JJiarrhcea llentody,, which I used myself- when iron bid! wirh'bowel-coniphiint, and had given t.o mv men, and in every case it proved mosf bciu-fioial " i'ur salo by D. Morgan Chemist., Bowral. WE always liavo on hand new shipments of specially prepared Ceylon, Indian,.and China ' Teaa to suit our customers. I We also keep the best ColToo, Cocoa., and Essence of Coffee. /' If you have not' tried our Tea; sond for sample, tfreo on application. ' We have the Flavoring Tea in lib,. 21b,. and 51b. ;boxes. Price—5/per lb. (No Agent Employed.) 515 Gaorgo-street, Sydney. T. B. Dunwoodie,' Monumental Mason, B 0 \VK AL. 82'11 The Live Upholsterer. IS still prepar...

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

BOWRAL and ROBERTSON . free PRESS, 2/- per quarter in advance. • BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM, stenography;. A;' W; BEER is prepared to receive pupils J&.. for SHORTHAND. Particulars and terms on application at Offico ot i'hia Paper. : 2gb 1?he COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY of SYdney, Ltd. Capital paid np £1,000,000 . Reserve Fund .. .. .. 1,010,000 Reserve Liability . . • ... .. 1,000,000 Total .. .. £3,010,000 ■ nillF.OTOllS. g. J. COHEN Esq.; Chairman. Hon. fT. E. KATBii, k.l.C., Deputy Olmirmah. Hon. HEN11Y MOSES, M.L.C. Hon. RICHARD JONES, M.l.C. EDWARD KNOX, Esq. OF.NEKAI, MASAOBR; ■ ' T. A PlDJiS, Esq. Auwrons. e: S. CAPE, Esq , and w. L. DOCKER,, Esq. BRANCHES in New South Wales and Queens land. Agoncies throughout the world. Bowrn.1 Branch, GAVIN GEORGE, Mtinngnr. _ THE fvieroifol MhU is merciful to his Boast. The oold nights are with na. If you are wise you will protect your HOUSES AND COWS with uw umk8. rubs}- , also Rugs made to order for either Horses or Cows, llorso Cl...

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

SPECIAL VALUE AT . A. JONES'S. A Great Variety of Choice Winter Goods to.select from, in HATS. CAPES. DRESS MATERIALS. - , FLANNELS 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 Gapes; All goods marked at the Lowest Possible Figure, AT MRS. S. A Few lleasons «^&223S&&SBan»w JONES'S, OPPOSITE' P.O., BOWBAL" ..ALWAYS deal <$MQ ■ 5$5 You will find "tilts IfU^gest' a's'soi.tme'ht of General. Drapery, Clothing, and Mercery in the District to- select from, and will really get , BETTER •VALUE -FOR; YOUR, MONEY-than-.-AT/AN.Y- .OTHER <STORE. You cannot <2:o Wl-ongf-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;, oar- goods in small quantities. WE ARE NOW £51-10WING'AS-SPEGIAL BARGAINS...

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

THE STANDARD HIGH-GLASS CORSET IN THE TRADK THROUGHOUT the WORLD. Avoid inferior Imitations, end see that each pair boars this Trade Mark on band Inside* OBTAINABLE FROM ALL DRAPERS EVERYWHERE. &olo Afjcnts for* Australia—* a On FLINDERS LANE; MELHOUfiWe. UwilyMUfts.ii & LUa barhack &t.„6ydne:y.

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

Ali/who bufi'bb from weak diResti'on should Bat Rutherford's malt broad, it is highly recommended. Ask for cart to call.—* Patrons of:Husbandry.—Female tnatch makers. ' Wlrat part of a lion'se does,a certaia sea resemble ?-A dry attic (Adriatic.) • Not :t Surprise. It V7ill not he a surprise to any who-are nt all familiar with the good qualifies of-' Chamberlain's Cough' Remedy, to know ■ that people avervwhere take pleasure in relating their experience in the use of that splendid medicicine and in tolling of the benefit-tbu,v have received from it, of bud colds it has cured; of threatened utUolin of pneumonia it has' averted and of the children it hop wived from attacks of croup and whooping oiini'h, It is a grand, Rood medicine. For sole by D. M-irgan, Chemist, Kowral. W h y e o t 1 o o \c • young ? There's genuine pleas ure in holding back IFatlier Time fif toen or' two n ty years. You • * can- do it' easily with Ayor's Hair-' Vigor, for it' ■es all that dark' rich look to the ' ...

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

"Vestry Meeting. AVUpper Mittagong on Tuesday last tlib. Easter Vestry Meetiug in connection with Sr. Luke's wad held." The Eev; D. T; • Smith occupied the chair. The balance • shefct, presented hy Mr. J. Cole, was ' con sidered highly satisfactory, and unanimously adopted. The following wardens were ap pointed for the ensniug year, last year's offi cers being accorded a- vote of' thanks,; the response being made by Mr. E. Perkins :— People's wardens, Messrs E.' Perkins and C. Bauer ; clergymen's warden, Mr;'A; M. Smith. It was decided to communicate with Mr. V. B. Riley concerning the win dows, and to heartily thank the Hon. and Mrs. R. II. Roberts for their liberal sup port to thu churchy and the presentation: of a silk'stole. Mrs. H. G. Eraser (organist), Mr. L. Mitchell (assistant organist), Mr. J, Cole (Suivlay Bobnol. superintendent), • and the teaching stuff were accorded votes of thanks, after which the meeting closed with the benediction.

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

House-Painting, PAPER-BMGI8G, SB0OBATMB. Picture jFranxcs of every descrip tion made to order. All Workmanship gtraranteerri' A. E. LEES (Opposite W: Murray's),' < Jgong bon^ gt^eet, gowfrat.' 589i Many Pounds a" yea**' saved by Bnying at Halg Md Co'Si Colin FergusoH, yiOLINtST, TISITS BOWBAL • every 'TUESDAY* anfi-1 '■ FBIDAY.- ; For" Terms,'&o., apply.-Mr: Ebb.''DnViaJ -Bong - Bong-strcot. ■ . 2765' WINTER- GOODS; EiBiir Fashionable Jackets and Capes; S3P' SPLENEIP LOT BOYS' SUITS. ^S' I'BWIKf a Mackintoshes and Rainproof dfoaks-fop all, at£ qualities and prices to^suit all pockets. .• . - Ar Ma,rs4®it's ... . OPPOSITE RISE'S HOTELj 80WRAL m W M m THIS CHILD WAS OnOlJQHT UP ON j§" # [©• (# tW TTCW TO OA THE BlSCUlXd for .vsnv vouse ClULDUKN.rub tin : biscuits very lightly ot. a dean iMtmej; ^intrjv »m cra'-ib very ftue ;uut sn;<*« tlufttu'li a sifxc, in*\ oavcfttHy with bot. n,. water, stirring well, ?■• ;»! Kivi? through iti'i-- v buttle or by $poan,...

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HANDICAPS FOR JUNE QUARTER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 15 May 1901

Handicaps' for Juke: Quarter^ Following are the handicaps for quarter end ing June'80 : — Wi Al-urriiy 28'yards ; B/O/Carter,' W. Goodfellow, and J. H. Bum, 20 yardifW. Wnde and L.- Ow'eu 25 - yards ; N. H: Throsby 24 yard* ; • Dr.Stevenson, ■ T. Lacliov, Ji: Beavan, and Oi J. Royle; 28 yd*; R. G.Biirn, II? Sohofield. J. T. -Walker,;, aud E.- Gtiodridge 22 yards'. • - ;

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