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

The best medicine known is SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Test its eminent powers ful effects in coughst cclds, influenza, the relief .as. instantaneous. In serioua'.cases, ana accidents of all fcinds, be' tliey wounds, burns, ecaldinga, bruises, sprains, it is the safest remedyr^-ho swelling—no itiflarnjnation." 'Like surptising effects produced in: c'rom diptheria. tirbnchitis; inflammation of. jungs, swelling, Ac., diarrhoea, dysentery, diseases' of kid ney's and urinary organ's, SANDER AND ' SONS' fiuCAIjYt'Tl EXTKACT is in use at hospitals aiid medical clinics.' nil over the globs ; patronised .by His Majesty the King of Italy ; crowned witty medals and diplomas at International. Exhibition, Amster dam. Trust in this approved article and reject all others!

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Bowral & Robertson Free Press. Saturday, May 18, 1901. ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 18 May 1901

Bowral i Robertson Free Press.; Saturday, May 18, 1901. ITEMS ; OF INTEREST •. General Servant Wanted.—See advt, - Respectable youth wanted. Sue advt. . A Dairy Karmei's Union has been formed at Kiattia. • ' Sydney's,decorations.for. the Duko's,visit will bo '6n a grand scale. ' " A 6ft. black snake was run over by a cab, at Pad dington on Tuesday. Lord Salisbury says that the Empire in safer now (ban it was two yean ago. ' ' It would be be better for children it they did not know what nuts and ssveets .were. " . , " Publio School life develops ndtioqal..grpatnes9," says the Duke of Cornwall arid'Tork; "' Three horses fgll at the Rpseberry Park-(Sydnry). races on Tuesday ."killing two of the jockeys. ' Colonel James Barker, a pioneer of the Salvation Arniy's'Social work in Australia, has died in Lon .don. ■''■ ' ' ' Mr, Cobb,recently married Mr. Webb. H%knew that they were ftieant to! bo joitiod "as soon as ho spied ber. ' The troubles endured at Mafeking were nothing to those of th...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOTH SPLENDID LIARS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 18 May 1901

BOTH' SPLENDID ' EIARSi Here is a story of Patrick Doolan, a private m the-regulars. • Not long ago be weut to the colouel, who was a Bevere disciplinarian, for a two weeks'leave of absenoa, X " Well," said the colonel,, " what do y.oo want a two- weeks' furlough for• Patrick answered :: "My woifeia very sick, and the chilcfren are not well ; and if ye didn't mind,' she would like to have me home for a few weeks to give her a'bit of assistance." 1 The colonel eyed for a few minutes, and said: "Patrick, I might grant your reqnest, hntlgotalettert'rom herttiismorning saying that she didn't want yon home, that you were a nuisance, and always rowing with her whenever you were there. She hopes that I"won't let you have any more fur loughs." "That settles it 1 I ' suppose T'oari^ have the furlough, then ? " said Pat. . "-No. I am afraid not, Patrick It wonld not be well for.me to do so under the cir. cumstances." Itwasrrow Pat's turn to eye thte colonel;1 as he-started foi the- door. Stop...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 18 May 1901

Wade's Worm Pigs are most effective. Children thrive after taking them. Price Is.

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

r SPECIAL VALUE MRS. S. A. JONES'S. A Greatl Variety of Choice*winter* Goods tb select from, in hats. gapes;. dress materials.' flannels . •• coats.. wrappers.- flannelettes. calicoes., eur necklets. /' shirtings.; A splendid assortment of'Ladies' 3/4 Sac Goats, which are -now. in such great- demand. Also the latest stylesinGapes. All goods markted at'the Lowest Possible Figure,, AT MRS;- S. A. JONES'S;., OPPOSITE P.O., BOWBAIi A Few lieasons ~ ... ... WHY^z: You should AIjWA Y8" dea! AT CHRISTIE'S. You will findAtlieHarg-est assortment of General Drapery, Clothing, and'Mereery in-the District to select from, and will really get BETTER ! VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY than AT ANY OTHER STORE. You ccwnxioti sfo wrong in making your selection, as none but RELI ^ ABLE. AND SERVICEABLE GOODS are kept ia,stockv 'We keep the stock well assorted and/up-to-date by constantly purchasing our goods in small quantities. , 'WE-AREiNOWSHOWING AS SPECIAL BARGAINS a few. Boys' Suits, Knicker.Suits;; (VISn's ...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Illness of Mr. Cecil Compton. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 18 May 1901

IlluessofMr.Cecil Compton. We .regret, to announce that Mr. Ceoil. Compton je ill in the Hospital, with typhoid fever. For some time pnHt'he has not been fueling well.*. AT.e 'feel' rare that the^Bympath'iea ofyliis maryr friends ore. with' him, and we trust thot.he will iiave. a apeedy ant) complete reoovery. . . : Mr. G. E. Vinoent will play at St.. Jiide's, Church, during Mr. Compton's afisence.. It will be seen by advt. tbp.t a public meeting jvill be held'on Wednesday, 2^id'instvat!ihe l%wn Hall, liowrnl, to consider the advisability of co-operating" with the YassJFederal Leagije to obtain the Federal capital for ;the Yaas district;/' The following haye^been oijp?en. tp represent Bow ral in the representative football'Tnatoh this" after noon against Pioton on the Ficton ground Messrs. Robertson, Huggett, Small; Adoock, Ruther ford, and Ryan; .emergencies," L. Abrahams ' and Ou8 Comer. ' - In connection with the visit to Sydney of H.K.H. the Duke of Cornwall and York, "the • Hai...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 18 May 1901

GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR MAY.. By A. L'akdsdownb, Goulburn.. The land generally is in good ordor foe cropping, ' and oil seed a Bliould be sown as aoon as possible to get (hem started Into growth before the severe cold weather. Crops of potato and tree onions and onion seedH should bo pet in.at once. Thisorop will always repay tko grower if' properly attended to..' We again urge through cultivation , and proper manuring f<}r-ajl.orops< and only oultivate an area that can be thoroughly attendod to. Lucern sown now had hotter have a light crop of oats,, grasses, t&Oi) sown with it as a shelter. Unsettled and cold weather, with eome sharp frosts, will be with us, but warmer intervals and thunder weather are likely., and conaiderablo rain. Kitohon Garden.—Sow-'at once cnionB of all kinds, broad beans, radish,' and cabbago of all sorts. After middle of month main crop of peas may bo sown.' Prepare beds for rheubarb, asparagus, tfca., and renovate and ma...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Death of Mr. Kennedy. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 18 May 1901

Death of Mr. Kennedy. The. poopla of, Bowral and the district generally, were shocked on Thursday afternoon to learn of; the death of Mr. H. Kennedy, an old and respected resident both of Bowral and Karignloon. The de ceased practically' only- toolt ill on Wednesd'iy morn ing, but his physical strength rapidly gave way, the end coming rathe.t; suddenly at 10 minutes to 3 on the afternoon"'of the following day, at his resi dence in Holly-street, Eqwral. Owing, to tlio ah • aence of his daughter," 'Miss Kennedy, who was spending a week in Melbourne, Mrs. Ebb. I)nyis and Mrs. A. P. Dnprez very kindly looked after the sufferer until dea'.h claimed its victim, /notwith standing their careful attention and Dr. Valluuk's medical skill. The late Mr. Kennedy was Gl years of age, at t'ie time.of hi'B death, and vrae born in the ooumy of Tyfone, Ireland.'" Aif the age of 10,he embarked for Australia to seek his fortune,in the'gold-mimng in dustry. Afler spending a short timo in Sydney .a depar...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Railway Information. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 18 May 1901

: Railway Information. ^Passknqeii trains arrive at Bjwral from Sydney 12.21 a.m. dnily, Sundays exoepted - 7.37 a.m. (Paper Train) daily, Sunday exoeptcd:. ; 11.12 a.m., Saturday only . 12.55 p.ra. daily;- Sunday excepted* ' 5.38 p.m., Saturday only ' i 7.58 p.m; daily, Saturday and Sunday excepted •• 9.28 p.m., Saturday only)" :PaaBenger trains leave Bowral for Sydney • : 3.6 a.m. doily; Mbnday excepted ; C.5G a.m.- Sunday only,- stops - Mittagong ■. and Stratlilield only... * . 7.3 a.m. daily, Sunday excepted.. ■ 8.29 a.m;.daily. Sunday and'Monday excepted, • stops-Mittogong and Strathli'olU only - * ; 1 8.31'a.ra: Monday, only, stopB Mittagong and Strafchfield only.» . ;,1.8R p.U.. daily, Sunday.cicpntdJr- - .

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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 18 May 1901

; NOTES AND COMMENTS. Tjif. expenditure of small Bums on the Park and tho Cemetery has resulted in a considerable improve ment being effected. In the park the annual, grant of £10 has been laid out on a coat of paint on seats and gates, every bed baa been dug over,, all rubbish raited up and burnt-, and dead trees' replaced with more suitable varieties. Jit, is a pity that tho park is so little usod by reason al its being so out of the. wily. If it had only been a little nearer tho"town I A.pamk'0 fence has been erected along the Kanga ldon road frontage to the cemetery at a cost of i'7. - The greater part of the palings wns transferred from the abandoned site on the Moss Vale road, and the result is a distinct improvement. One thing is urgently needed, and that is a caretaker's cottage, together with a robing room for tbo^ ministers, and a toolchest for the employees. One hundred and twenty pounds could be easily spent' on this much needed improvement, only where is the money to co...

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

; Used by llritisli.--Soldiers iiiAirica. "• Cnpt. C. G. Pomiison is weir known all- over ;A.frica as commander of the forces thut captured the ;fninous'rebel Gulislie. Under date of November 4, ;1897j from Vryburp;,.Bcohunnaland, he writer:.. Before slartinR on-the-last campaign-1 bought a quantity of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera • and Diarrhoea Remedy; which I'used myself when 'troubled willi bowel complaint;and had given to m>' men, and in every- case improved ' most bfcmficial." i''or sale by 1). Morgan CheiaiBt, Bowral.. | Teal Tea !! ~ ! W ©'always have on hand new shipments of specially-prepared Ceylon, Indiau,^and China Teas-to-suit our enstomersr-' ! ■ 1 We also keep>Uio best Cofloe, Cocoa, and Essence ,of Coffee; j If you-have-not tried our - 'foBf send ■ forj sample; ■free oil application;-■ r] '. — ' 1 ; \A'e hnve the Flavoring Tea in lib,. 21b,: and- 5U>. 'boxes. - Price—6/iper.ib... ■! (No Agent Employed.) i J. A. MOT & GO. 545 George-street, Sydney.'....

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

:: Hate tow tmeu Rutherford's malt bread ? It is Bfilf dife'eeiive, and contains great nutriment. Send lot-a loaf.* You can depend on ridclin? children of Worms with Wade's Worm Pigs. .• Piioo la.

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QUEEREST OF DELUSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 18 May 1901

QUEEBEST OF DELUSIONS. Kingston ean boaHt of a good many things of which it is prowd; bnt- tbe latest it can make is a little bit- eccentric. Of «H the orazymen with <jHeep> delusions tliere none to compare with' tbat-of an individual who is confined in an insane asyliHii'iri tliafc' city. thinks lie i8 a poached egg, and for 20 years he lina beervlooking for a piece of toast-big enough to si* down on/. When • visitors come an&'meet him he always ap proaches them with the"request for a mo ment's conversation in private. As he is perfectly harmless-the keepers do not put any restrictions upon him. If yon grant h'is reqaeet he whispers in your ear—'"Have you got a piece of toast about.you.?--." "No,',' j yon say., " What is the matter with you V j Are you hungry?" " Himgry ? I get plenty to eat. I'm tired. . J am a poached egg and I'm looking for a piece of toast to sit on." - Naturally, this- request leads to langbter,\and the-poached egg retires to his dudgeon,...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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W. C. T. U. Heredity (continued). [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 18 May 1901

W. c. T. .11* Heredity (continued).1 Visrnno the sins at the fathers upon the children unto the (bird and- the fourth generations. . " The brain of the drinker's-ohild is as often the miniature of that of his father, as is the impress of his features. Dr. Gen dron on Hereditary Alcoholism says: : • Al coholism is not extinguished with the drink ing individual, bat is transmitted to .his I descendants under various forms, namely, j convulsions in infancy, produced : by the) most trivial causes; tendency to1 drink; J feeble general development,. trembling es specially of the upper limbs, gastric troubles, epilepsy, precocious perversity and crnelty; mental weakness, idiocy, tendency to insan ity or mania.' The. most distressing as pect of the heredity of alcohol is the trans mitted narcotic or insatiable craving for drink—the dipsomania of the physician— which iB every day becoming more and more prevalent. : It is well to state that all the evil resulting from hereditary alooholistn. ...

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

At Haig, and' Co's.-— , : Riecldtt's, lib. lH>xe^ English, Starchy 3d per Box; Less. 2-| per cent, discount: • J. G. MORRIS & CO., AUCTIONEERS • AND VALUATORS, Stock and Property Salesmen, Fits-anct Life Insurance Agents,., v BOWRAL. 1 medical:. ....... , DR. FOULDSi X.R.C.P. (Load).,. (late OF. LONDON S.W.) Having purchased dr. fisher-s practice, will after -Rib. 21 conduct it at . " Ea«t.ington," Morrigang-slroet, a few doors from . Dr. Fisher's' present residence- • " Eastingtou," Morrigang-street.. E. H. g, payne;. solicitor, conveyancer, <6c,, commissioner for AFFIDAVITS^ moss vale.. Will Visit Bo'wral every FRIDAY, when. ho - can. bo ; consulted at bin room at the Grand Hotel.- At—: tends all courts in tho District. ■ ■ • BOWRAL FRUIT SHOP— Opposite Post Office, Bowral. The Best and' ' most varied Block oat of Sydney. Call and: see our show. H. T. hopwood, 9543 7 Manager. W. WHITE, r FAMILY BUTCHER; Hbddle - St., Robertson^. ORDERS CALLED FOR AND PUNCTUAL...

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Municipal Matters. TWO IMPORTANT ANSWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 18 May 1901

, Municipal Matters. TWO IMPORTANT " ANSWERS. The. .Mpujcipal Association^ recently wricte£..td by ^> Bojvrnl OftuTiellas/ting • tlirir^ppioion on ihe following quggtions :— 1.: Aa^t.o whether., a'vcomaiitiee,s reporjt must*b6 in the, hands of .the clerk four .clear "days" before the meeting at which lt.is to be dealt with P-r-Rpply : Not necensavy. 2. As. to whether.. tHe. jSJaypr ruled cor rectly that a motion, wda. ont of order^ re quiriug, before the; expenditure of Govern ment road, voies,.;that an, estimate shonldbe prepared and submitted to the .tionricil ?— Reply: The Mayor's ruling was correct. "The. ^Ministers of the Bowrai . YVesleynn: and Primitive. 'Melhorlist ^ Churcljea will' exchange pulpits to-morrow (Sunday) morning. ' J ... On, Monday evening,ncxt.B m^Btjnj». of,, thgv Wes leyan and'-Primitive Methodist Christian kndep.vpur Soqielies will be belt! in.the Wcajoyan .SuhpoI-h'nJI, Bowriil, to further matters in connection with ..-the union of the two sock-ties. :l...

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Our Boys' Institute. DISPLAY OF BOYS' WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 18 May 1901

: / Our Institute.-^ DISPLAY OF BUYS' WOBK. 1'i:stEmuy,(Fri(1 ay) ntternofm, at the invitaiion of ihcUio.n. secretary (Miss AdkinpJ.'there i»n<i a large gathering of friends (it the'..Church.of' ICngliind, Schoolroom, Bowrnl, to view chip-carving woik nf Monday ni^ht League'boys prior to its being sent to the Young Peoples' Industrial Exhinition in Sydney on the '27th instant, as well as to.partake ol light refreshments. After the refreshments had.heqn pnrtiiken of, the Rev. Stanley Wilkinson said he liaj been naked by the president Of the Tjengue (Mrs. StangerTjeathen) to exiilain the object of their pieeting , together. • The boys' work spuko for itself, being a credit ,to. both boys and teachers. Several,of the bnys required a little assistance before .going to Sydney Willi their work.. It would her an education for the boys to. see the work of of her boys at the exhibition, and wouli enable them to come back with fresh-Mean. N Hones they w«re making a small charge pf ...

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DID NOT PASS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 18 May 1901

DID; NOT:' PASS... A -number of would-be recruits were under going the usual medical examination, when the following, ftmusiug, mieander«tauding oocurred:: i The army surgeon, in testing tlielveariiig of a very oonfidentcandidate, put the ques tion,.,M What is yonriCliristian name ? " " Yes," replied tbo man." " What 'is your Giiristian name?" re peated the. medico.' ?' Certainly I am 1 '.' was the answer. . Tiie examiner .then shouted, ." What did I " Are you;, a Christian man," said the yokel.. Tllo surgeon- thereupon' advised ' him to join, the Salvation Army, as' her- Majesty's service had uo ■ officers capable of .'making him hear !— -London." Evening New?.""

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Items from Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 18 May 1901

Items from, Robertsosi. Bv " Mimosa." The annual distribution of prizes in. con nection;.vvith St. John's Church of Eng land,, took place on Sunday, afternoon at the conclusion of] the service. Rev. D... T. Smith presented the pri?es which num bered about 70 books, and in the course of. a , short address, complimented the teachers on the result of their successful year's work. ' A picnic was held some time ago to provide funds for prizes, and that supplemented by donations was the means , of purchasing some., beautiful, books. The names of children who" re ceived books wereCarl I-Iayter, George Miller, Arthur Hindmarsh, Ross Gra ham, John Hamilton, Alec Hindmarsh) Ed\vard Johnston, Stanley Hindmarsh, Robert Graham, Victor Graham, David Dennis, Felix Ferguson, James John ston, Wilfred Dennis, Elizabeth Graham, Mary Copp, Alice.. Harris,, Eva Eyears," Cecil Wilson, Willie Sunimerfield, Stan ley Eyears, AUaq,Lucas,:Stanley Hamil ton, Alf. Hamilton,' Percy Bursill, Stan ley Dennis, Alec...

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

Tbo English census returns show an in-' creaso in the.county of London of 807,717. Sixty-seven Bounty boroughs shbw iiioreases amounting, to a million and a quarter.. Lay on MoDilff ! who hasn't read; How .bold Macbeth was elain, But now he's been so long since dead,. Why rake him up again ?. Then: let him rest he's out oftiate, , We'll turn to something newer, - If you've a cold be.not too late, Take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. The Penalty of Heroism and The Reward. The Case of MR. J: HUGHES. . The advanced'elate o{;efficienoy which ' has been acquired by the Fire Brigade i> » matter which entitles • the authorities -of t that important'service to the esteem and ... confidence of the public. The up-to-date engines and most modern general apparatus - which are ever ready to respond to an emer gency, have invariably proven their sterling qualities:under»the skilful handling of our., firemen. Snch> a-.satisfactory state of pro ficiency minimises the dangers attending an outbre...

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