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

Prp.&hitt.fivifin. flhnrn.h. Mitlnptonfl, Ecv G A Gordon 11 Bowrnl, ,Kcv G A Gordon 3.30 and 1 Kanpiloon, llev Boewcll Borrv 11 Burrawnng, Rov Boswell Berfy 8 • Moss Yale, Bov Boawull Borry.7

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

' " * ' JL. W. Beeii BICYCLE DEALER, gowral. Royal Hotel,.. ROBERT SO N, The Leading Hotel ux;,Tosrau Only Beet Brands of Wines and Spirits kept. SUPERIQR AGCOM JjIODATION^at.. reasonable, rates.. -- 6 First-clasn BILLIARD TABLE. Qaod Stabling, G-.tass I'a^docks, aqd CfittloYards. I'KJSD, GUAHAM. 7<j2.> PfQprietor... COLGATE & CO'S; Toilet Soaps and Perfumes Are, nbaolutoly tho best in the market. Thoir Toilet Sonps of all kinds, both seen tqd-and nnscented, are made from. only the e^voeteat aud purest materials, wbioh soften and whiten tlie Bkio. COLGATE &, GO,; li&yo recently beou awarded tho first and only PARIS GRAND PRIZE wjiiclr is the highest. possible award, and tuuks,Above the Gold Medal, — FOR r American TOILET aud SHAVING SOAPS, • PERFUMES, SACHETS, TOIKET WATERS, DENTAL AND . TALC POWDERS.. COLGATE Sc.: ^O.,, NEW l'PRKn, Ajjd 56 MARGARET :STREET,;S^JDNEJ. Ti you i <eel, . ; out:..' of t^Ol'tS, , U'y. ■: ■ Minerva, . Tonic,...

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Wilde's Meadow. BACHELORS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 18 May 1901

"Wilde's Meadow. BAQHULOnS' CLUB. A meeting of the above (lub was liolil on. Saturday night Inst, Mr. B. Brennaban oqcupying the clmir. The.nutnber of members wns on the suggestion of Mr. J.. Kenny limited to 42 so ns to prevent ovor crowiling at all future balls held by the.olub. This left a deficiency of eight members, and twelve nnmes , having been submitted, a ballot was taken, mid the following duly elected . -Messrs. Clecry (3),li'. Biith, P. Brew, J.- McBarron, B. McGill, ond Jus. Bell. This business being concluded, tho balance-sheet in connection with tho late bail was recieved, and showod that tLe Rum of £8 Ins was taken, leaving a credit balance,of £l os.Gd after all expenses being paid. The president before closing the meeting said he. waa pleased to see such a largo number present, thin being a proof that tbey intended to stick toge ther. He was very proud . of the suoceRs of their first ball, which ho thought was mainly due to their worthy, secretary. He had very much,...

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

Association Debate* Tub ordinary debato took placo at the. Association Hall-last Wednesday evening. Mr. A. Chapman (.speaker) in the chair. The subject was A Vote of Censure moved by the lender of the opposition,(Mr. Dreacher) against. the goverpmont headed by, Mr. J. Hurt. . Tlio object in vieiv being, iipparently to oust the Premier, Mr. H>art and his ministers from office. Mr. Drescher accused the premier, of sowipg discord ainong9t tile, rrucmbsrs by blinking strangers to the house to ■ ppeak in.pnpport.of his policy, also for " wriggling" on (lie liscul question, aqd for being absent on sever-v nl. occasions when he should: have been .in. his place, tnirt ncglecting to nppointnn efficientsubstitute'. ■ Mr. Hurt.jn reply denied t% charges generally. Tlhu policy, uf his government,was.to sink ;lhe fiscal qucsiion be<viuso of:thc fact that'the federal parlia-, ment and n»t the State parliament could alone dnal iviib that great question. . He declared himself in ;favo...

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

East Kangaloon.. by "Alpha."     It is my pleasing duty to tell you how the "Flag Hoisting " was performed at East   Kangajoon. First, the teacher and     schoolboys by their unaided exertions went into the bush and got a pole 48ft long, and by the assistance of horse power, drew it into the school ground; then by block and tackle and the help of strong arms, lifted the unwieldy tree in to an upright position. These prepara tions have been going on for the last month, so as to get the pole properly sea soned. On Tuesday last the Union Jack and Federal Flag were hoisted to the top of the lofty pole amid the waving of flags by the school children, and three cheers for, "Federated Australia." The Nation al Anthem was then sung, and short addresses were given by Mr. Alcorn, J.P., Rev. Mr. Branch, and the teacher. The company, numbering about 200, then adjourned to the Mutual Hall and sat down to a very, good luncheon prepa...

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Hoisting the Flag. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 18 May 1901

Hoisting the Flag. The Union Jack was hoisted at Mittagong on Tues- day last under the most favorable conditions. Miss Roty and Miss Judd performed the ceremony in the school grounds at the given signal, to the accompany- ment of vigorous cheering by the children. The arrangements for hoisting the flag at the Mobs Vale school-grounds were so complete, that it only needed the advent of a fine day, and tho signal from the Duchess of Cornwall and YotIi, to carry the. (unction to a successful issue. The weather on Tuesday, was.nil .that could bo. desired. A > large number were present, at the invitation of the Head master, Mr, P. T. Burman. Previous to the cere- mony,. patriotic, addresses wero delivered in the school. At 12.50 the flag was hoisted by Mrs. Alick Osborne, the report of a gun at the post office an- nouncing that the moment had arrived, the. enthu siasm .displayed by those present being-very great. Mies Addie .Salkeld then, on. behalf of the girl pupils, planted an Engl...

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

FUNERAL. THE friends of the late MR. H. KENNEDY are respectfully invited to attend his funeral, to   move from his late residence, Holly-street, Bowral,   for the Wesleyan Cemetery, Burradoo, at 2 this   (SATURDAY) afternoon. 804

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 22 May 1901

SUFIIEME COUKT] s op Nkw Sotmr Walks !■ , SllODATH JUKISDIOTION.J IN- THE MATTER OP THE ESTATE OF HENItY KENNEDY LATE OF BOW RAL IN NEW SOUTH WALES-A JUS TICE OP THE PEACE DECEASED INTESTATE. APPLICATION will be made nfter fourteen dAys from the publication hereof thnt-Administra tion of the Estate of tho abovenamed deceased may ba granted to ANNIE LUOINDA KENNEDY of Bowral, in New South Wales, Spinster, n Daughter, and ono of the next of kin of the abovenamed de ceased.' And all notices may bo Borvod at tho oflico of Mr. G: E. Russell Jones, solicitor, 40 Ciistiereagh street, Sydney, agent for the undersigned. HENRY MOLES WORTH OXLEY, Prootor for the Applioant. 813: Bowral. New"sourn wales institution for i THE DEAF, AND DUMB, AND Til 13 BLIND. We beg:to notify pubsciibers nnrt friends'that Mr. JAMBS V. PKRSTON, the collector for this Insti tliLion will viBtt BOWRAL in tho cofirso of a few days for tho purpose of collcoting subscriptions, and, as tho funds of tho institution are ve...

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Ourselves. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 22 May 1901

Ourselves. We have receiveda communication from Mr. Oxley, taking exception to a letter which appeared in our last issue, signed by Mr. Bonynge, and threatening, pro ceedings unless we give satisfactory com pensation. Our readers will remember that Mr. Bonynge stated in his letter the action he took to clear the school of any connection with the existing typhoid cases in town, and himself from" the reflection evidently cas£upon him by what he states were unfounded reports in regard to the school water supply ; and concluded his letter by suggesting' another possible source of danger, viz., the milk supply from cows drinking water from creeks and waterholes receiving the town drainage. In publishing this letter we had no object in view but the public good, and we* fail to see why exception was taken to our action..- We cannot see any difference between Mr. Bonynge's> action in 'directs ing attentionto a-possible danger through' the milk, and in Mr. Oxley's action in drawing attent...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Burrawang. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 22 May 1901

Burrawang. . In connexion.with the proposed*"memorial tablet to be erected to commemorate the death of tbe late Mr. Arthur Turnbull, a meeting was held in St. David's Church on Thursday evening last. It was unan imously decided to erect tho tablet (suitably inscribed) in the church. The congregation were elected to form a committee, the fol lowing to be specially requested' to act :— The Rov. D. 1'. Smith and Mr. A. Ii. D. Yonge, joint treasurers ; E. Hethrington, iaocretary ;; .R. G». Ferguson (Robertson), auditor. The collectors appointed are— W..' Davey for tho Laucer Squadr&n ; 0. Miicltie for the cricket club, S. Hayter for the Riflo Club, It. W. Moses for the' Agri cultural ' Society, Misa A. Yonge for the choir, Messrs Ferguson for Robertson, "E. Burnhaui for East Kangaloon, W. ;F. Brenuing for East Knngaloon, J=.. Cole for •Upper- Mittagong; Mrs. Irvine and Misses M. and E. Vance for Burrawang, Mrs. Law ler and Mrs. Parker for Wilde's Meadow .and- East Burrawang, Mis...

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Football. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 22 May 1901

Football, v .The-initial'mat :li of the season, as far as the Berrima-Camden District RugbyFoot ball Union is concerned, was played off at Picton on Saturday afternoon last. The contesting teams-wcre composed of play ers selected from the northern":and: south ern districts of the Union. The North was represented by S. Bradstoclc-(back); H. Firth, IL. Burgess,. T.. Burgessj an'd ,T. Gillett (three-quarters)?; . W. Reeve (half) ; Garrrad Hill, L-atta'," Brown, Lit: tie, R. Davis, O-Brien,. W; Gillett, and Robinson (forwards). The players for the South were—T. Small (back)'; C*. H. Abrahams, and Rutherford (three-quar ters),. G: Adcock (half);;. J. Huggett (five eight) ; J. Ryan, R'. Robertson, G". C.-Mc Garry, J. Limond, P. Walsh, Jv Seery, T. McGill (forwards); A large number of :football enthusiasts journeyed from. Bow ral, Mittagong, Moss-Vale and other towns ■ to witness the match, including the secre tary of the Bowral FbotbnlJ Club, Mr. W. Southall. The play all through'was fast...

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Bicycles. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 22 May 1901

Bicycles. ; A.- W/ Besr, of the B'owral Bicyole Depot' has ju^t purchased a brand new gent's first class Naumnn. Roadster bicycle, thoroughly reliable and'suitable in^ every way for . the roads in the Beriiuia District- ' The i machine is elaborately fiuislied, and' is the acme of perfection. 70 gear, racin» bundles,') Dunlop Welsh Mnlciflex Piieumatic Tyres,-i and Westwood s;eel rims; It 'ulso has an .extra strong double roller clniin.B">i« and".' tools complete, including' telescope pmnp,? for £15 17/6 caRh, on-terms iKIS; . Arrange-. inents are also being made for the pnvcbase of one1 of. tlie highest grade1 roadster maohines yet put in the market.. To* add to the vulue- of the machine' a combined free wheel and two-speed gear will be at tached.. At present there is in stock at the: Free'Press office nbmu- a dozeu first-class macliini's for sal'o or liirn at prices ranging from £8 10/. All' cycle' sundries stocked ; repairs promptly attended" to; ■ Read new advertisement'iu an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 22 May 1901

SPECIAL VALUE AT MRS. S. A.. JONES'S. A Great Variety of Choice Winter Goods to select from, in HATS. CAPES. DRESS. MATERIALS.. FLANNELS'. . . GOATS. WRAPPERS* FLANNELETTES. CALICOES. . ' --FUR NECKLETS. SHIRTINGS. A splendid assortment of; Ladies'-.,3/4. Sac Costs,which, are now,, in . such great-demand. Also the latest-styles.in.Capes. . All goods , marked at the Lowest ^Possible Figure, .AT' MRS. "S. A.,;JONESES,. \ . . OPPOSITE P.O.. BOWRAI.. A Few Ileasons SWAYS' deal j You will.findtlie."largresij assortment of General Drapery, Clothing, and Mercery in the District to', select from, and will really get BETTER VALUE FOR YOUR MON.E:Y;than AT ANY OTHER STORE. Yon cannot go, wrong-in making vour-selection, as• none but: R.ELI • ABLE AND-, SERVICEABLE GOODS*, are kept in stock. ,We keep the stock.well assorted and up-to-date by constantly purchasing our goods * in small quantities. ' WE ARE NOW SHOWING AS SPECIAL BARGAINS a few , Boys'Suits, Knicker Suits, Men's Suits, Hats, Shirts...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 22 May 1901

, For Chronic Chest .Complaints, Woods' i GreafrPepperuiiut Cure. 1/6.:

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WHAT IT MEANS TO BE A JOCKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 22 May 1901

iWHAT. IT MEANS, TO.BE. &. JOCKEY. ;A great jockey on the race course ia tho ideal of thousands of young men,. They see the brillianoy and glitter: of'the thing,, and, it turns their, beads. But there are things in &. jockey's life tbat the general public miss seeing, that envious boys know nothing of. ! Tbey make munificeut salaries,. hobnob with millionaires, and are the petted idols of the thousands of racegoers, and the ad-, miration of multitudes when tbey ride to. ■victory iq a grand race ; but life is not a thing of everlasting sweetness to them. To be a successful rider, one must come wilhiu a certain limit of weight. In these days, when every tiling is sacri-. i ficed to speed, and light weight is demand ed, the older riders are compelled to reduce themselves in weight, until they are nothing more than skin aud bone. It is this getting dawn to weight that kills. It takes all the romance out. of a jockey's lifo. Ho never has. the luxury of-a full meal; Ope of...

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Christian Endeavour. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 22 May 1901

Christian Endeavmir, A .united business meeting of the Wes leyan and Primitive Methodist Christian Endeavour societies-was held in the Wes leyan churchy Bowraly on Monday even ing. The Rev. M'. Maddern was in the chair. There1 was a- good attendance of members fron* both societies.. The first ..'resolution1,-' 'moved, by the Rev. A. W.- Parton (P'rimit-ive)' and: seconded by; Miss Duprez (Wesleyan)j supported by. Mr.-T.- E. Cope,- and" carried' unan imously,: was " That the Primitive Meth odist.Christian Endeavour societies amal gamate and form one united' Christian Endeavour Society."' The election of officers was tlien pro ceeded- with, and r-esulted- as follows:— President, Rev. M. Maddern vice-pres ident, Rev.. Av W. -Parton ; secretary, Miss Dliprez;' assistant secretary, Miss E. Piggott; treasurer, Miss-Maddern. ; Three committees were elected, Look out, Prayer Meeting, and Sunshine. ; . It was decided to hold the meetings every alternate Monday. j The first meeting to be held...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 22 May 1901

Wade's Worm Figs' are most effective. Ghildr.eu thrive after taking them. l\ici lsk Not a Surprise. It will not be a surprise to any who nvo nt all familiar with,the,. Rood qualitiefs jf Chamberlain s. Cough Remedy, to know that people everywhere . ;iake pleasure in relating their experience in the use. I of that splendid • raijdicicine and in telling of tho,: benelit they haye,xccEi.ved from it, of bad colds it has cured, of threatened attacks of pneumonia it has ;averted and of the children it has saved fro.n attacks 5of oroup and whooping eouah, It is a grand, good medicine. For sale by D. Morgan, G.henriSt, B.a,wrai... | • A~ rash.' clergyman - Ance, without farther equipment in natural history tlian some desultory reading, attacked, the Darwinian theory in sundry mngnz'nie articles, in swhieh he made.,himself uncommonly mprry at Huxley's expense. This was ir.totided.to •draw. Ilie great man's fire, and as the .batteries, remained silent, the author pro ceeded to write to Huxley...

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Social Evening. AND PRESENTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 22 May 1901

Social Evening;. AND1 PRESENTATIONS. On Friday evening last,, 17th inst., there was a very nice gathering of the friends of Miss Florrie Price and Miss Garrad in the Primitive Methodist schoolroom, Bowral. The object was to make a preBentaiion- to each young lady on behalf of; the Sunday school teachers and the choir on the eve of their approaching marriage and oarly de parture from Bowral. The Rev. A. W. Pnrfcon presided, and briefly explained the object of the social; wishing Miss Gurrad and Miss Price, who wtra about to sever their connection with the church and sohool, every happiness in their new homes. The following items were then effectively rendered sung, " The Sleeping Camp," Mr. G. Price; song, " Loch Lomen," Miss Hullidny; recitatiou,- " A Bachelor iB his own Master," Mr. I.-Hi Edwards; song,. " Hearts and Homes," Miss Garrad; recit ation, " An Incomplete Revelation,"' Miss .May Frost; song, "I'm gwino back to Dixie," Rev. A. W. Parton; recitation, "A Country Bumlcin,"' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 22 May 1901

,, The best medicine known is SANDKH & SONS'' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. • Test-its eminent powers ful ellectsjin-coughs,-cclds, influenza, the relief'is instimtane6"us. r In serious cases, and accidents of ail hinds, bethey wounds, burns, scaldings, bruises, sprains, it is" the safest remedy—no'swelling—no inflammation. • Liko surprising effects produced' in croup, diptheria. bronchitis, inflammation- of lungs; 8ft'eliirig-,<tc., diarrhoea,' dysentery; diseases- of' kid neys and urrtfat,r<jtW£SJ. SAND1SR AND" SONS'. EUCALYPTI EXTRACT'ia H..-u?fl,athospitals and medical clinics all over the globs ; '"^aCroniBeu*A.^, His Majesty the'Kirtg of Italy ; crowned with'medals and diplomas at International1 Exhibition;- Amster dam. Trust in this approved article and reject all others.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 22 May 1901

A Public Meeting; WILL'bo lieM ;nt tl)o TOWN" HALL, BOW- - HAL, on WEDNESDAY, tho 22nd instant,. at 7.30 'p.m.,- to consider tho advisability of- co-' oper/itin^ with tho Yhhb Federal Ijeugurs in tlieir on deavours to secure tho Federal Capital for Yass. 803 ' J.' M. CHRISTIE, Mayor. •'■; [EsTAur.istmn 'S.Yeaiis.] i Allium & €S&^ P'LAl N &*DECORATfV E^PAI NTERS L .PAPERHANGERS, &c. , WOODBINE STREET, BOWRAL. Estimates Furnished for . Work ii)any;part of -the ?• District. • ■ • Only Skilled Tradesmen employed.' : LetlcVs promptly attended to. * 236 / SCHEDULE 11.; Pastures and'Stock Protect tion Act, 1898.' Scale of Bonuses for Scalps. ■jVTOTIGIi! ia -hereby : given 'that tho 'Board o£:" _L\v Pireotors for tho'DiAlriBt of He'rrima, acting !, under the nbovenumerl Act, has fixed tho scnlo of prices which ihn B.mril is prepared £o pay lis -: bonuses for tl.le sculps of the- following noxious, nni-- ■ nulls, viz. For tho Sculp of ovcry full grown Wallaby-...

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