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Protestant Alliance. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 18 May 1901

I*rptestant Alliance. Tiik grand. council: of.Npw'Sijiiitli Wal.es .of the Prot^stoflt AUwiice Fneudl^S.ijjciety. of Australiisia.begun its 2&tLi- anuuui suasion at the SrotG-la.ji^ljiiJI^.Sytlney, on "Tjj%lay. morning. Bro; F; AVv Jv>BonlJq'tfS'fWtG-vjf;' ,presided, and there was.a huge attendance, of 3»le2rttes frpra^tlie stijte,. including Mr. T. B. Dninvoodie, of Gnwajjl 'Lpdgp, Bow nil.', The report .siiQ\xed-";8!itisfttc!i)i-y in,-, creases bnlli..in funds .mid ■ unimbortship. The grand trustee's report showed that ■ -the income,from the lodges had exceo led the expenditure to ft larger extent tlwn .fiJi' .1 lie, ■lust fiye\years, and ajwo tlmt the amount of intewstsearned waH.tnoi^ than, thiit-.pf any, years of, the same period. Tlie surplus of1 income over expenditure, was £950. 12s Id.' and the amount of. interest received Lotalled. £840 10s lOd. w :■ . Between 5 p.m. on Sunday an(1.8 sum. on Mon-lny last, besides the ordinary tfalliy, ilie Mohs Vide, refreshment...

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No 1. Superior Public School, Bowral, 14th May, 1901. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 18 May 1901

No 1. Superior PubjicSchool, i *»" ' Bowral. i'lth Mby, 1901, Gavin George Esq.,.Bowral. Dour Sir, Mr. Itice'informed me to-day, that Mr. Oxlcy complained to him and.Mr. Farrow yesterday M'out-tlie waterisnpiily of thiBRchool, sayinic it, was impure, &c. As suuh statements are calculated' to cause a feeling of unrest on the part of a large sec tion of the public, I have to requcsfyou; as. one of the local members of K.clipol hou,rd, to i.ueei the.otbera and Mr. Oxlcy if possible in the school grounds to morrow'at ll o'clock h/mCto" test' the water and examine the tanks to saiisfy.jfpu.r3cUj13.to '.whether' there is any foundation or not.-in such, comjilajnt crnot. I ani, dear Sir, Yours faithfully, " ' T. IiONYN'GE. [Mr. Bonynge -forwarded a similar ldtier to Mossru. Alcorn and Bi'ce..'l . f ' * No; 2... Superior Public Snhrio'., • " Bowral, I Jilt Afajj, 1.901. U-. jM. Qxlcy Tlt-%, Bny.-ral.. Dl-ar Hr,—Mr" Bice informed mn to-day that .von cmnplained^to him and. Mr. Farrow ...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. The Bowral Public School Water Supply. Superior Public School, Bowral, 16th May, 1901. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 18 May 1901

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. The Eowral Public School Water Supply. Superior Public School, Bowral, 16th May. 1901. Sri^,—Iii the interests of an important insti tution like tliiSj and to allay the fears of any portion of tlie public which may have been misled by unfounded reports respecting the purity of, the water supply of tin's school, I have to request you to be kind "enough" to publish the enclosed correspondence. In response to my invitation as contained therein, Mr. Oxely, accompanied by Messrs. Cainpb'ell,Mackenzie,and Kyngtion.tepreseu* ting,ns he said,the sanitary committee of the Municipal Council, and Mr. Rice, represent ing the School Board, met ou the grounds and examined the water in the various tanlis. witli the result that they freely ad mitted that so far as appearances could guide them, there was nothing wrong with the water, and the ridiculous story of dead rats having been recently taken.out of the tanks was disproved and shown to be a myth. The Government has taken ...

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

BOWRAL AND ROBERTSON TREE PRESS,. 2/: pet quarter in advance.. BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM.. STENOGRAPHY. kt \VY BEER' in prepared to- reoeivcpupila JaL.-.- for SHORTHAND.-. Particulars and terms on application at Office of This Paper. - 268 THE COMMERCIAL BANKING,' COMPANY of SYDNEY, Ltd. Capital paid tip/ ... £1,000,000 Reserve Fund - v •• ••• 1,010,000 - Eoscrvo Liability.■ • 1,000,000 Total i ifi,010,000/ " uinKCTong. % G. J. COHEN Esq., Chairman. Hon. II. E. KATER.M.Ii.C., Deputy.Chairman. Hon. HENRY MOSES, M.L.C. Hon. RICHARD JONES, M.L.C.' EDWARD KNOX, Esq. GRNEllAL MANAGER; . T. A DIBBS, Esq.;. AUDiToiw., B." S.:.CAPE, .Eb<i., and W, L. DOCKER, Esq.;. BRANCHES in New South Wales and iQiioens - land.' Agenoios throughout the world. Bowral Bi'anol)", GAVIN GEOKG15, MansRor. THE MERCIFUL "MAN.: 19 raaroitul to bis Beast. Tlio cold nights are with'us.: If yon are-wise you will protect your HOBSES ASD COWS with ' also Ruga made to order tor cithor Hdrses or Cows. Horso Cli...

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

READ WHAT -r YITA.D ATIO - I S .D O IN G, con sJ^Wption Can beCnijed.: ; Reati What Mr. Fred Stevenson Says VITADATIO Has Done for Him. Dangog, July 17, 1900. Mr.S. A,:P"AI;MEE. .. ' Dear Sir.—For over .two years, I .suffered .from what the doctors licre told me. was' Consumption, and during that time ,1',. suffered considerably, and could not get any relief.'.. Seven times I -broke- a bloodvessel, and gave up all hope of; .recovery. Tlio dpctora told me they could not do me any Rood.' and fiaye.roe .up. It was then. that I heard of VITADA TXQj.an'd I-.^etormined to try it. The first bottle did me a deal .of—good, and after taking twelve bottles I can now say I.am.quite oured. Twelve months, ago I weighed, under nine stone, and to-day I was weighed at your representative's request, and was just ten stone eight, pounds, and am now work ing on the.roads as maintenance man, and well able to do a hard day's work as well as I.oould years ago. I am well-known bere, and.will do all in mjr,...

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

WANTED.-A. BESPECTABLE YOUTH to. „ milk and deliver. Good place. Apply to., Wahroonga Dairy, Turramu.rra, .Sydney. 8Q5;v Y\TANTED, a GENERAL SERVANT.' Appjy . »V- to MRS. BYDER, "Cooyong," Shephorii streot, JJowral. _ " 806 j. J.. OST.sonne.time ago, a gold'BRQOGB-, (wallow-,. J . shaped studded with pearls, lteward on re- . turning to thig> office. 807 - I70R S tLE.—C-Horso Waggon, capable.or carry- . ing 10, to 15, tons.—Apply <i. CORDON, Bow- . ral. ' 797;/ 1011 SALE—8 .Lady's Bicycles, It Gent's 4 Bicycles, and all Cyclists Uoods.'. —A. W. BEEIt, Free Press Office. SEEDS, all kinds; FRUIT TRUES ; SHRUBS.. BEST and CHEAPEST in stock. 40 PACK ETS,*TliAIN PAID, 10s. " ;• ' a..;lansdowne & go..,.-v ■ . Goiilburn. . PUBLIC NOTICE.^Givo orders early forPrima Beef, Mutton, Pork, .Veal, and Iiamb. Also"tt . all kinds orppuU.ry,dre8secfbr alive. Carts, dolivor .: in. Bo'\v ml daily. All ousjto'tiiers punctually'attended'.' 5 to by practical men.—J. \V. NORMAN; Butcl...

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A BIBLICAL INCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 18 May 1901

As, BIBLICAL . INCIDENT;'. A^ter tlie Federal Ministers «ere sworn iri on Friday by-the Governor-General- in the tesenoe - of the- Duke of ' Yb'rkx at the ' ceremony;- of' the opening " of the Commonwealth Parliament (says Mel hourne'" H^ra!d "),?and while other mem': bers: were taking the oath the Federal Attorney-General (Mr. Deakin) induced . his colleague the Federal Treasurer to • open*, at random a place in the Bible, and~ select; a passage of? scripture-without reading the page.. Strangely enough,. Sir George opened at it. .Chronicles,, chapter - 24,'verses 8, 9," 10,11; which are as follow : : ■ 8. And at the King's commandment they made a chest, and set it without at the gate of the houBe of the Lord. : 9;.' And they-made a proclamation through' Jddah and Jerusalem • to • bring uuto - the Lord the collection that Moses the- servant of the Lord laid upon. Israel in . the wilder ness. 10. Atid all'the princes and all the peo ple, rejqicedyi and brought in, and cast into, the ...

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An Unintelligible Cult. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 18 May 1901

Ail' Unintelligible! Cult. BY. A, BANKER; Fbom the most remote period in the history> of mankind, .a fixed belief in. the- existence of a con trolling personal Power, or powers, governing and. directing "everything,. lias obtained : amongst all1 races, civilized or savage; the sole exception to the universal rule ■ being the ephemeral recrudescence, 'from time to timej of-that strange- negation^ which denies the possibility., of any post-" corporeal existence, aud has,. as natural corollary, a rejection and disavowal of. that. Power,. Strange tosay, however,, though - at the. dawn of civilization, as proved by the earliest Egyptian monuments, an unseen Supremo Being was acknowledged, yet very soon man commenced to manufacture. his own deities; and for thousands of years almost the entire human; race,-, with the exception of the Hebrows, and a few of the more enlightened amongst the world's inhabitants believed that a sculptured figure, oarved by.themselves out of' Btone,-. wood, ...

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

'! Advertisers in this <'* Bdwral•'and'- Rdb«. ertson Free Prtss !' are guaranteed^, • cir culation . larger than that of any-other; district' paper. . Advertisers,, don't be misled! this is the paper for^you !: Sub scribe to the paper: which-i studies -your» interests : subscribe to the " Bowral and Robertson Free Press," 2/. per quarter .in,, advance;'. ATfueTricnd.' . A friend in need ia a friend, indeed. . Th'at-.'ia - ex* aotly what Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is. . It is the mother's help when she is awakened in the night, by-, the ominous huelty cough, and the. labored breathing of her babe. It is the Bafe resoit of the youth or- adult; when he has " oniiuht. cold " tunl there is coughing nn-l nritation of the mucus raeinhruno of tbo throat. . It nilaya the iraiiution and ouros tho cold. For sula by D. MurgAii, C-beioisl, BmvraJ .:

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B. and F. Bible Society. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 18 May 1901

B. and F. Bible Society. Tub aunnal meeting of tlie British and Foreign Biblo Society was held in the Association hull (lfindly lent by Mr. II. E. Jones) on , Tuesday evening , lust. The attendance wa? only moderate. The chair wis taken by the Rev. M. Muddcfn. The meeting was opened . by the singing of a hymn, rending of a,portion of, Scripture, by. the Rev. R, T. Hills, und prayer bv the chairman, The cliaitmari said by vir.tue of-his being president of the local branch he occupied the chair that evening. He regarded his position as rather ornamental, there being very little work to do. They wero gathered together to help forward the iutorests of the Society, the funds of which had consider ably fallen oil of laic. It was rather disap pointing to see such a small attendance, even somowhat. Bmallor than last. Perhaps the fact that .refreshments had not been agniu provided was responsible for. tlip dim inution in numbers. After tlio singing of a liy'trm the hon. sec.' (Mr. F.'B. Kyng...

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

For Chronic Chest Complaints, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. 1/G.

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Personal and Political. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 18 May 1901

Personal and Political. . There are to,be np Bavonetoies after-all^ . Well, oue iu -a' million-is not .disappointed.';, Mayors Graham of Sidney arid Gillott of. Melbourne have .been made, KniglitaC Bachelor. They aro tho only Knight mayors. - . . ■ • • . Mr.Roid has a lot of fiiflit in liim- for a sick man.. .Propping his.head on Uu> pillow, lie held the Governor-Gflnorarti speech iu hia.hiinda,-unci - tulkoil terrific things to a deputation of. reporters; for half' nn hour. The Federal fiahinet, ho wo v.er, iff- confident < of a comfortable innings of .three years', at lqast. ' An Anglican. Archbishop and a. Roman : Catholic Bishop were among the first to hurry to Mr. Raid's Bedside... -Tli^ Leader of the. opp.qBilionJsia/fovourite with, alii, the, bifida-oLall the churches.. : Without indulging in any slobbery or snobbery,.it may. be said, that the-youthful Royal couplo George and. May are .very.i worthy individuals, indeed, and are.., as. per-1 sonaUy modest as. the...

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

House-Painting,. PAPER-llANOItlG, DECORATING, picture Frames of every descrip tion made to order.. All Workmanship- Guaranteed;' A. E. LEES (Opposite \V. Murray's),; Bong Bong git^eef, IJowxal. 589.j Many. Pornsds a year saved by Buying at r, Haig and Co's,. Colin Ferguson,: VIOLINIST. YISITS BOWRAL. every. TUESDAY; ana EKIHAY. For Terms, &o,,. apply Mr. Elibi. Bavis, Bong BoDg;,street.. 27C NEW WINTER GOODS. L ABIES' Fashionable,, Jackets and.: Capesv. m- SPLENEID L.QT- BOYS" SUJTS. .m lEWBIf Mackintoshes, and. Rainproof GloaKs: for7 all, at qualities ancL prices to suit all pockets;. . . OPPOSITE RICE'S HOTEL, BOWRAL. m THIS CHILD WAS BROUGHT UP ON sgj TTOW TO' GIVE * THK.BiSClUTS , FOR VERY YOUNG CHILDREN, rub t!i< biscuits very lightly on a c!'.-an nutmeg gmtctr, or crush very Juicfltul sieve through a sle\e, mix carefully with boil n» water, stirring well, a-ul give through frr/v •)> bottle or hy spoon. A. there is tnilk'in -thcni, !s not advisable to adJ ...

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

BUY OF m Tlx© Cash Ts'aclss's. NEW UKIKEEH GOODS NOW ON SALE. ..... FULL STOCK, . . Special Purchases, Large Display, In? Furs,. Jackets, Capes, Waterproofs, Dress Goods*, - ....; Plushes, Silks, Flannelettes, Blankets, Tailor-made Clothes, Gloves, etc., and the balance of the.' direct consignment of. Unen 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 the best value inAustralia.. 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 valne W9rhg,,ye seen during -our 25 years' expe'r-._ ience of the trade. -Price only "3's. }>d. . 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 be:, beaten in Australia. " . IJOTE TBEB ^.DDX&ESS l: GLENMOR B H O U S E, B O W R A t., D$lr. Ccc'd' Ctimp...

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

For Children's Hacking Cough at nig! t, Woods' Great Peppemiiul Cure. 1/6:

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Commercial. SUSSEX-STREET TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 18 May 1901

Commercial,^-i; j SUSSEXr.SXRIiET TRADE. Followinfi aro the wholesale, quotations {qr,.TI\urn dny^ May 16. '' V VVliB'at-,~2s GJti to 2s 81. busho!; ".. . , Plpur—NtS-W.', .t'5' lo^1 to .JUfl'-per-ton ; ditto, terms, toManitoba, .£10 5s to .£]Q<7rf Otl. 8j;t to 9,^'!.per buehe). • ^ . Polled—'y.l to.9'id. r : ,| '■'.Ciiiu* £2 ICa. to '£i '2s- Pd. per ton, • , "Oaten f-Jivv —£4 to ;.<i I5« per toil. . ' Straw -.■fiorrick,-.'.£l 17s (jd tn -jt2'5a pr>r toil: .'•Ijucei.n?, Hay—ilodniin, to £-J .5a.-.pei'- Ion choice, i2 7>> (id to £2 15.h, . ■ ■ Oala—N.Z.,: Is 9 I'to Srper bushel: v 1 . lliiizo—N.S.AV.,,prime. dryl 2a (»l jicr lnisdml; se cond qiiality, 2s 4d to.2-5.1... ; . • • • Pototiie?. — Tas., ri'dnkine.-Cii- lua to £4 per ton ; Darkskina, i'3 6s to^d 16a ; N.5j..m.3 to i>d 5?.. ■ Oiiiona ; Vict;, 4110 por ton ; N.2., •'!) 10s; • Bafloy,—Feed,,;le'JQil'to 2a 2-1 per.bushel. 'Poultry 2rf;Gd to d's Od per pan-:-mooters 8s to 'l.-'.CJ ;-.Enfilisli d...

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

Kangaloon, A vbiiy sotiffaciory report was presented at tho halt.-, yearly meeting of tho Kangalooti Dairy Company, whioh took'place last Monday. The report, which was (or tho half-year.,, ending 31st March, showed that during, that time tho factory had treated. 271,723 gallons of milk, which produced 10D,040lbs. but tor. Supplier* received on average of 3£d per gallon for millc. The overdraft in No. 1 account has been reduced from £106 8s <ld to £148 15b 6d. No. 2 Acooqnt. which at last audit bad it debit, had now n credit balance of £1G'J. 9s 7(1, which exceeded tho. cxpectr,ti..n3'6f the Board.- Tho plant was in good, order, and staff working satisfactorily.

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

[Established 5 Xbaiib,] «£ CO., PLAIN &-DECORATIVE PAINTERS PAPERHANGERS, &c... WOODBINE STREET, BOWRAL. Estimates Furnished for Work in any , part of the District. Only Skilled Tradesmen employed. Letters promptly attended to. 236

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A Suggestion. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 18 May 1901

A Suggestion. When the Association debating sooiety was stattod it,was suggested that it would be educational and conducted on strict l'arliamortary lines. At first the debates wero successful and instructive, bat latterly they have bccomo less interesting through motions of censure and parliamentary point* being raised and we would again like to see the, old order.of .things reverted to. , Mr. IC. Dcesoher was asked severnl':inonthB" ago to "form a government, which he did, consisting of-Messrs; I.: H.' Edwards. G. Comer, A., W. Patton, T. Garrad, and E, Poole* A vote of censure .was moved and carried at the first debate practically before the government course of business was entered upon. Since that, date nothing bat confusion has,existed. \Ve would suggest in. future that the ordinnjy laws of debate word adhered, to and the cumbersome parliamentary1 points dis pensed with, as >tha ruling of the speakcris seldom , respected. ' l...

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

Unman Catholic .Chttroh. Berrima9,,Buwrnl IX, Miitagong 4 y Rev. Fr. Sheridan. Sallfation Army. - ; Barracks, Oddfellpwa' Hall, Bowftii, 7 and-il n.m. 8 and 7 "p m. Captain Isabel Duffell.

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