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FIGHTING THE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 15 May 1901

r FIGHTING THE POST OFFICE, At Sheffield recently a manufacturer who had a grievance against the postal author ities supplied 200 clerks with 120 pennies each, and sent to the post office one morn ing, with instructions to purchase penny stamps, one at a time. By increasing his staff the postmaster managed to cope with the extraordinary demand for stamps, but the place was packed with the clerks, and the general public were much inconven ienced. • . .

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

■■For Children's Hacking Cough at night ■Woods'.Grout'Peppermint Gure;' 1/6.-- '' Beuter's cm-respondent reports tliat^tlie German bridge over (.lie Peiho, nfc:>r tbo southern end of the Fritish oonces-io'i nt Tienlsin,., iiiyedesthe traffic-in the river.

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

33Lb1iertsosa.-> FftW'ooK ctfraitestfONDKttr." Tan RobeWPon coiUingnnii of N. S. V/. ■ Lnncers l<;ft Molbonrno on Saturday nigh*, and. un ivoii iil-'M'oss ViUo afr-6.80. n.iu.' on Mrinduy. They are highly pIofiKcd with -the -trip, and say it was a-hu^e-picnic. • After the -severe wpstprly winds la4 weefc! tlm weather lias become min'O'-suliUd,' and on Siiiifliiy iin;l Mouday ni«)ns wo have had sharp "frostH. J. D. Woo'l nrid Go. conducted o. Bftln of' calved or sprmgiug lieifors co Stilurday last, when Ilia-^ranter portion of- the cattle yarded 'were sold at satisfactory vatea.' ,

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

Donations Acknowledged.1 Tlie, honorary collectors,- Messrs/; M.' Ri'ce.a-n'd W. R. Farrow,- have asked us to kindly acknowledge the receipt of the following donations towards the expenses incurred'in hoisting the flag on this occa sion, and providing refreshments for the children Gavin George 5/, J; M. Chris tie 5s, J. Dbwning' Sherriff-2/6,- Robt. Crawford 2^r'Wy:R*'*.Farro.w..2/6i';.;H^ M.' Oxley 2/6, J. Hv Burn -2/6,- Jos. Stokes 2/6,'H.'T. Walker 5/-', M. Rice 10/-, T. S. Piggott 1 /-, • Chas. Waters 2/6, Eli Beer 1/, W. Charker 2/6, Mrs. J.: J. Mg ; Donald 2/, Mrs. Cope, senr., i/,,Tom Cope 2/, A.E.C, i/, W. Murray 2/6, ' yf-. I-I. Waite 2/6, W. Wallace 2/, R. Darby 1/, II. E. Wickham 2/6.. R. Whytt 2/6,' Arthur W. Pa'rton 1/,'. Ebb. Davis 2/6, Gus Comer f/, K.~ Drescher i/r J*' A. Haig 5/, A. Corry 2/6, Hill Bros. 5/, E; Boardman 1/, Mrs. Reidy 2/6, D. Ruther ford 2/6, S. M. Cushing 2/6,!W.' Southall 2/6, Yon "Why i/, H.: McCourt 2/,' John Price x/, Arthur W. Beer 1/,. G. E; ...

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Gun Club. MR. T. H. KEIGWINS' TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 15 May 1901

€5:«flP £iwb, MR.* T. II. KEIG WINS'- TROPHY. Mr. T. H. Iveigwin having presented ' the Berrima District Gun Club with* a trophy • it has been decided to hold a pigeon 'match for the possession of'samo nt the club's grounds ou. May 22nd. Tho conditions of the match will be : Thirds, 2' misses out. The admission to the grounds has -been fixed ut 6d.

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

JSowr&l - Represented'; Ieb MeItoo48rj.se. AMToNG+'thVi many thousands' of' visiters; to Melbourne during-the' Royal festivities of; last week" were several 'residents :of Bowral—viz., Mr. J;- B. Hill, Mr. John Beayan,i-Miss-'-Annie Kennedy, - and Mr.' and Mrs. Win.'-Beer.'- We also noticed Mr. . John Harrison;;- who 'was' accompanied - by, "his- son ; and ' daugh ter. They ail'thoroughly enjoyed them selves in the'Victorian capital. Mr. and Mrs. Win.-Beer returned - to - Bowral on Monday, while Messrs.^Hill'- and Beavan have' extended-theirvhbliday. so as to in clude H'6ba*t,- from which place- they, in tend returning by steamer. •

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Bowral & Robertson Free Press. Wednesday, May 15, 1901. THE EXPORT HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 15 May 1901

Bowral & Robertspi? Free-Press... Wednesday, May 15,-1901. THE EXPORT HORSE. ;Ote'?of 'th"e chief.lessons to be learnt' iii' connection'' with • the struggle in'- South' Africa is the importance'of the' horse- in. 'warfare. A- small b'ody of^ men- armed with modern-rifles and capable-of'moving ,Seventy miles in 24 '.hours - has -repeatedly shown such mobility as-to-evade-a>vastly more numerous an- enemy; - eqijally : well horsed.' What sum out 1 of' the seventy millions already paid 1 by- Great Britain in'this costly campaign has-been spent in tfiorse flesh has ■ not- been stated, ■ but y it. must mount up fabulously- large'. • The ,whole world has- beeii. drawn-- upon- for transport- animalis,*- Bufoper- as- well-' as •America both ' N'6rth-i and South, • whilst 'Australia was -early looked' for - a • supply; Statistics give a return of 1 ,-6oo,000 horses within the Coramortwealth, and- had a fair proportion been 'up to : standard^ of: re quirement'many. more thousands •...

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

ONE,!: TO BE READY;-. TWO ! ! TO BE! STEADY, THREE!:!;!: TO, BE;: OFF— Full Consignments of WINTER STOCK are to Hand;, and now selling;rapidly/. Ladies'-' Beaver Cloth-Jackets Girls-Jackets-and .Cloaks. Children's.-Pelisses- and' Warm G6ats;>. Ladies'' Cravenette Mackfntoslies^ Dbuble-breasted.' New-Umbrellas. Eur-Necklets in 6 •different kinds and prices. ELANNELETTES-tJre best range- | and the-soundest value we have - | ever been able to offer; i FLANNELS—Welsh, Saxonyj New-.' : Zealand Greys, &Cv • SHEETINGS and CALICOES: DRESS STUEES, all • at" reduced'! i figures io make a genuine clear- "] ance. Hoods and Bonnets;, Gloves and! Gaiters... Jack Frost will be with us directly. Better buy your warm ;tliihgs andibe ready/for: hiinmiidlfdr.tlie^cold winds... HjOBSE bugs. ' cow rugs.. <v » BLANKETS a.speciality, from yj: to 30/7 per-pain, • Menu's Jerseys, Boys'Jerseys,-Crimean Shirts.- . D EOTHERFORDv ARGYL.E house, . .^ftOW'RftL; DR; CRAWFORD^ : Dentist';, AY ...

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

A". GOOD HORSE, A GOOD;hor-se,. liite- a good' liousej is built " from the ground up," the superstructure of.the1 future horse being formed in the wearing colt. ' He who takes- the best -eare • of his growi ng col t s al ways> has. the .best-mature horses. - Too many are con: tent to'let their weaners " root hog or die,":practically;seeming to think that a paddock- of dry grass is quite good enough for the foals. This is a grave •mistake. A young and; growing animal of;any class requires something more than mere "filling.'' -It must have nutritious tissue building,'and blood" making food. I't is a good deal easier to-put two -years' growth oil a colt the first year of its than,ibis to " make,up " for, a year's loss of growth in two or three years. A s>ooil growth the first year of a colt r. hie costs ^les's than at anv other ag( I u is - \ valuable to'the breeder i j. l ti ^ / t, often ignored. • Mr. Keitl, who.-is.- stul..-m-•• ivlpihourne, has:improveu in health.. ivii:. .-•...

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Hoisting the Flag. The Mayoress of Bowral Performs the Ceremony. A Large Gathering.—Successful Function. The Children Treated. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 15 May 1901

. Moisting the 3F3»gf. The Mayoress of Bowral Performs the Ceremony. A largo Gathering1.—Successful s Function. TKe Children Treated.-• In;response to invitations,.personal'and by cardi.a lurge Dumber of parents and friends of the children visited the Bowral Superior Publio School yesterdny (Tuesday) shortly after noon,' to witness the ceremony of hoisting the British Union Jack in com' memoratinn of the opening of the Common wealth Parliament of Australasia, an event simultaneously celebrated throughout the States ou the same day and at the same moment. The day was beautifully fine, and amongst those assembled were noticed manyof Bowral's leading residents.' Prior-to the unfurling of the banner,-.'the company were invited to cougregate in the girl's department, where 11 brief musical programme was submitted by the elder soliolars of the school, which wns- highly appreciated by the listeners, who deemed it a treat indeed to hear the ringing clearness of the youthful voices. The firs...

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RENEWING WATER IN TANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 15 May 1901

RENEWING- WATER IN TANKS. In the " New South Waloa Agricultural Department Journal/' Mr. J. Bliindell, 13in gara,-writes :—Lshould like . to direct tbe attention- of such • of your readers as are dependent upon galvanised ' iron tanks for tlieiu liouEebold Water supplyj • to a' simple and-inexpenstve- device whnreby- tho- qua lity, of that supply mny be much improved. Instpnd of the usiml • straight overflow slip inserted nt the' top- corrugation of tank, gottfi length and. elbow of 2. or 3 inch down. P'P?.' Solder-tbo-elbow^to pipe, cut pipe to' •half un inch to 'tnrn-up, .then cut-two quar ters 2 or 3 incbea deep out ;6f bottom of pipe and turn up i inch»lip "on remaining, quarters. Pitwo pipe niside.tank,! pass- the* olbow through tin aperture occupied by tbe -.usual -overflow-- . Solder elbowin its place; an'if solder lips to bottom-of- tank, and tbe "job'is complete. (Jnrit,-including pipe and . lalJor, 2/ to 2/G. Tlve water; entering at top';' -ol' tank: will force the" wa'-er...

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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 15 May 1901

! i ' ITEMS . OF ' INTEREST Gold Eye Glasses lost.. See adv... J Mr.-G* Sv Beeby,:.formorIy- of'Bowrai,' has passed the intermediate law examina tion.-. - ■ ■ Sir Frederick'DarlejyKnl;., Lieutenant Governor and Chief Justice , of New South Wales, , has been i created.- a* G.C.M.G. Tlie funds of the Bowral P. M. Church will be augmented 'to the extent <of' some £14. 08 a'fusult of Monday night's-entertain-: iiient injthfc School of> Arts.. ■ A'bullock: fattened on Mr.R'. Fennelly's Gold Vein Estate,rKihnore, Victoria, was Newmarket last week for- £15:15/-. Tlie, beast weighed iton rcwf. 2qr.s. •• ■ Tlie schoolchildren thoroughly- onjriye;! their bags of calces, and lollies provided for them at school yesterday. Tliey : lmve - to thank1 Aid. Rice for'anggestiug this -treat.' j The: Railway Commissioners • hnvo ap pointed "ft board of! experts, consisting of Messrs. A! &.• Pendleton (South Australia),: .Stanley and Niitt (Queensland),' and'Nor man and : Woodroffe ...

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LONG-LIVED MINISTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 15 May 1901

LONG-LIVED MINISTRIES. •Loud Salisbury is able to.reflect with pride* that now he has. been Prime Minister of.tb&! United Kingdom-fob' a-1ongbr-,j)oriod:. thaoiv any ai-Htcsmnn since the first Reform Bill in tact».''vyr sim-.e the- Earl of Liverpool's-, fiunons administration of "nearly fifteen^" yijitrs cavrio >o an end in •: Mr. • Glad stone won Priiw. Ministhi'. mii foni' oocnaion^^' his tennre'of ihcvodico la-Li«tfj m alk-twe-Ua yeaw^ l<A.i- da,ys ; and thi.it ih the-uecori* :.w<hicli the Marquis has nmv- Ijchten. Ii is .interesting lo »>tiecl. thai,■.■••while^J.r.-.^Ca^§r3-;< stnne'u-loaders)! iii waa spread over -■is year*,..Lord Sahiil'iiry- fijrgt heeauie Prime*' .Minister' teay tlntn si.vfi on-vyrfti 3-,-ago.;."t Li:' tlio-'Pi^liu'i'ii1 h f'^iHnry'Hir IvOOtfit Wtilpiilow ■was-Slime M«ti.nieE:frrim.WM- lo;l-7i2 at &;,• ;strefc?;ii,.!t:i(i Intd- hecn. nt tko iiend of tho •Government for. two. yeam- on a- .provioti&amp...

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

NEW WINTER' GOODS HO» OH SALE'. . FULW STOCK, . v Special Purchases. Large Display, Ihr: Furs, Jackets, Capias, 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 tlio "foest value in -A-xxstr-alia. 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 vajne we have seen'during our 25.'years' exper-•" ience of the trade. rPcice only 8s. 9do 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 Ua. beaten in Australia. ' MT'O-EEEr "SPSSIES.. ^.33>3E5SSESSS^:*= The Cash Trader's," LENMORE HOU S Es. B C DtyZr. Cecif Compiorc. L. Pbrl'iiS Received or ...

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

VETERINARY LIVERY STABLES. 6i EStSsaslca)', Mcrrigiimg-st.,, nest, to Fire' Stations.. Cabs, Sociables;'Sulkies, Buggies; Ladies' and Gent's Hacks'. Victoria'. Carriage for Visiting, .Invalids, &c. • Weddings'attended. Picnic Parties'taken to any part of the District and Coast.'- The only four-in-hand DRAG in tlie town, and BEST- IN: THE-DISTRICT. Alt trains met, < and Telegsams" promptly, attended to-.-' ciaonioEti Beautify I Teeth, OSLoXS^uSST T3ESilES^E,ES: 2S"WJES3E3^S? Orio of the greatest educators ol the day lays stress on the fact that the tootli-brush is a powerful factor in civilisation. Certainly.-some credit must be given to Tooth Powder,' for anybody knows how unpleasant the use of a plain brush is1 without aomti powder or dentrifiec. MORGAN'S TOOTH POWDER is iinpalpably fine—Nothing is left to scratch the enamel. • It makes tooth-Crushing a pleasure—you Sever fbrget to do it. It cleans the tooth, mouth, and gums. It is autiseptio, and so ■assists in ...

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

FovCiiiouic CH.'-t (J-iin.1; UN, -.Woo.isJ" G re til PeyjiiTuiuiL Cu:e. .1/0." . " '

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Primitive Methodist Church. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 18 May 1901

Primitive Methodist Church. l'owrftl, Itev M Maddorn 11, Bov A W Partop 7 , Bundanoon. Mr J Oeory 11 and 7 l'unrose, Mr D I'odmoro 3

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Wealeuon Church. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 18 May 1901

Wesleuau. Church. Bowral, Rov A W'Parton 11,: Rev K A Corner 7 Mittngong, liev K.A Corner 11, Rev Mr Maddern 7 , Mobs Vnle, Rev A W Parton 3 Robertson, Rev F J Branch 2.30 KanRaloon, Rov P J Branch 11 Mytn Vol?, Layman 3

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SERVICES TO-MORROW. Church of England. [?]S. SIMON AND JUDE, BOWRAL, Sunday After Ascension Day. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 18 May 1901

SEX.VJ.OE.S T.O,.MORROW. Church of England. oq. SIMON ,AND JQDE, njWIUIi,, Sunday After AncenBion Day. Divino Sorqicos 11 a.m. nnd 7 p.m. (with Holy Communion). Evening Subject: ;'•M(jral lipaponnibility." Preacher, tlio Rector. • wiNOECAnninnEK. Bqrrnwang 11, Upper Mittagong 8,-KnnRaloon 7.3Q;. Rev. D. T. Smith:

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 18 May 1901

'Kir1'1 " ... 1 ■ i ■■ • . _;j" ONE ! TO BE 11EADY, TWO ! ! TO BE STEADY, f HBEE !!! TO BE OFF f —TO— Rutherford's, ... . BOWRAL. full Consignments of WINTER STOCK: are to hand, and now selling rapidly... Ladies' Beaver Cloth Jackets. Girls' Jackets and Cloaks. Children's Pelisses and Warm Coats. Ladies'- Cravenette Mackintoshes,; Double-breasted. New Umbrellas. Fur Necklets in 6 different kinds and prices. " " FLANNELETTES—the be.st rapg.e, and the soundest value we have, i. ever .been^able to, offer. FL ANN ELS—Welsh, Sa.xony, New. Zealand Greys, &c. ' SHEETINGS and,CALICOES DRESS STUFFS, all at reduced "'figures to make a genuine clear ance. Hoods and Bonnets;. Gl.oves and Gaiters.. Jack Frost will be with us directly. Better; buy your warm .thing s and be ready for him .and for the cold winds. HORSE RUGS. COW RTJGS,„ BLANKETS a speciality, from 7/- to 30/• per pair,. Men's Jerseys, Boys'Jerseys, Crimean Shirts. D. RUTHERFORD, house,/ B O WRA L DR. CRAWFORD* Dentist, lyf"...

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