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

A True Friend. A friend in need is a friend indeed. Tliat .is - ex-" nctly-what Chambetlain's Cough Remedy is. ■ It is the mothcr'ahelp when she is nwnksned in the night by the' ominous husky cough, and the- lnboi'ud breathing of her bulie. It is the safe resoi t of the' youth or udnlt, when he has "caught cold" and' there is.- ciiuuhing and iiritaiion of the mucus mmnbrnne of the throat. :■ It allays the iraitation ami -cures the cold. • For sale by. Morgan, Ohemist,-.Bi>ttraI. •

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 22 May 1901

GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR MAY. Br A.. Imnd8do\vnf,, Goulbum.. Tim-land generally is in. good order lor cropping, and oil seeds should bo sown as soon as possible to gefcjhem started into growth before the. severe cold weather,. Crops of potnto and tree onions and onion seeds should be put in at once. -, This crop will always repay the grower if properly attended to. Wo again urge through cultivation and proper manuring for all crops, and only cultivoto an area that enn be thoroughly attended to. Luceru sown now hud better have a light crop of oats, granges, &a., sown with,it as a shelter. Unsettled and cold .wcatlier, will) some sharp frosts,, will be with us, but wanner intervals nnd thunder weather a?o likely and considerable rain. Kitchen Garden.—Sow at once cnions of all kinds, broad beans, radish, and cabbngo of all sorts. After middlo of month main crop of. peas may be ■sown. Prepuro bcda.for lheubarb, asparagus, &c., and renovate and manure old beds at end...

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

BOWRAL AND ROBERTSON FREE PRESS, 2/; per:quarter.in advance.. REST ADVERTISING MEDIUM.. STENOGRAPHY.. A, W: BEER- is prepared la.rcceivo pupils lor. SHOllTHAND. Particulars and terms on application at,Office ot Tbis Paper.. 208 THE COMMERCIAL, BANKING COMPANY of SYDNEY, Ltd. Capital paid up .. .. £ 1,000,000 Reserve Fund .. .. .. 1,010,000 Reserve Liability. .. .. 1,000,000 Total .. .. £3,010,000 - DWEOTORg. • ft/ J. COHEN Esq., Chairman. Hon. IT. E. KATEH, M.L.C.,Deputy,Chairman. Hon. IJENHY MOSES, iVI.Ij.C. Hon. RICHAUD JONES, M.L.C. EDWARD KNOX, Esq. . aKNEBAr< jMK'Aflisn; T. A DIBI3S, Esq. Aowroits. E. S.. CAPE, Esq , and W. h., DOCKER, Esq. BRANCHES in NewSouth .Wales and Queens land. Agencies throughout the world: > Bowral Branoh,. GAVIN GEORU13, Manager, THE MERCIFUL Mr it} merciful to his Beast. . ' The cold nights are with us. If you are wise you will protect your HORSES AND COWS with ,. ' NAVY CANVAS RUGS, also. .Ruga mtuio to order .for either Horses or Cows...

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

Used by British Sol<li«rs in Africa. - Cupt.. 0. G. Benjiison ia well known nil over ;Afrit'a.iw.cpaijj)SndoroiVthfr.forcoB that .'.captured the famnua.robcl GuliBlie. Under date of November J,. 1897, from Vryburg, .Bt'chuitnaland, ho writes: Uefore startiiiR oiv the .last campaign I bought n qnnntity, of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea. Ik'tupdy, wjiioh .1; used .myself when troubled with bo.wei jCoiaplaino,' and-had given to ra« men, and in every, case it: proved moat beneficial." For salo by 1). Morgan Chemist, Bowral.. WE always liavo on hand" now.-shipments oJ specially prepared Ceylon, Indiaii^aad China 'Teas to suit our customers.. i\ Wo also keep the boat Cpifye, Cocoa, and Banc nee of Coffee. i . If you have not.tried our Tea, send' for sample, ^free oil application. \'r. We have the Flavor,in/;,/Vea.in IJb,. Sib, and ■ 51b. boxes.. Price—5/ per lb. ; (No Agent Employed.) J. A. iOY Cia George-street, Sydney.. T. B. Dunwoodie, Monumental Mason, aOWllAL....

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Railway Information. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 22 May 1901

Railway. Siiforaitatioa. I Passienqer trains arrive at Bjwral from Sydrtey:— 12.21a.m. daily, Sundays excepted 1 7 87 n.m. (Paper Train) daily, Sunday excepted. : 11.12, a.m.,, Saturday only. . ]2.55 p.m. .daily, Sunday, oxceplod 5.33 p.m., Saturday only, 7.58 p.m. daily, Saturday-and. Sunday excepted 9:28 p.m., Saturday only* ■ Passenger tvains loave Bowral for Sydney . 8.G a.m. daily, Monday excepted 0 u(i a.m. Sunday only, stops Mittngong and Sirnililield only ' 7.3 a ni. daily, Sunday excepted:; B.sn'n.m. doily. Sunday; find Monday- excepted, Biop6 iMifc[agoi!g ujul Btiiuhlielil only 8.;}I■ a.m. Monday, only, sii?pa Mittagong-. and J StrathlieM only.. ■ ■ ; 1.3G p.m.■doily', Sunday excepted..

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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The Biggest Salary in the World. THE MAN WHO GETS IT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 22 May 1901

The Biggest Salary in the World. THE MAN; WHO: GETS I;T.. Some astonishment was caused both in England and Australia at the formation,of the great Steel Trust in the United States, and the magnitude o( its capital; but more was caused by. the announcement, that the president, or managing director, •as we should term, him, was, to. rcceive 800,ooo dol. (about £ 160,000) a year, as salary—sixteen times that of. President McKinley," It.is undoubtedly, the highest salary ever paid. Lord. Salisbury, the Premier of Great Britain, only, receives £1000 a year as Lord Privy.Seal, and the principal members af his Cabinet, the Secretaries of State for War, Home, India, and Foreign Affairs, and the First Lord of the Treasury, each £5000. His Grace of Canterbury has ^"15,900, and his bro ther of York £10,000, .as, also does, the Lord Chancellor; while the Lord. Chief Justice of England has but £8000. Mr. Chap. M. Schwab, the gentleman who is to receive- the. enormous salary mentioned, is the son...

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

ITEMS OF"' INTEREST Tlie singing • of tho national '' hymn ' of China-occupies half "h, day.' • \ , The latest about De Wet is that lie has he has only 40 men with him.1 A movement is on foot for tlie winding up'of the BobertonPark Dairy Go. • He : IM!d known'that tunnel-was so long; J'd have kissed you.—She: Diilu't you ? . The guard,' driver,' and fireman v of the Rydal accident train have been dismissed/ Tlie westerly winds have again > made themselves-promiuent.in and around ■ Bow ml. - Nine detective police were:in tlie train • which conveyed the Royal party to Bris bane. • Mr. W.'.\Villiam«, ■ an ■ Adelong- Grossing resident, .celebrates his-ldlst, birthday'.last1 week. - - ,' ' Mrs. J. Hamiltonrofr' the * §anat6rimn - Hotel', Robertson; advertises-fora1 general servant. The Rev. George Lane has been,elected - President of'the Australasian'Methodist" GSnibrs^g.'- n .• ^ ' , The; tender1' of Mi^r>A'';-Step,iJo.'is,(.f,209; I 17/8i)'-is tlie lowest/ for^ thetoreotiorr* of ...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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STARVED HERSELF TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 22 May 1901

STABVED HERSELF TO DEATH'. An inquest was held at the courthouse,, Campbelltown, on Friday afternoon touch ing the death of the woman, Susan Mc . Miihan, who was fouud dead outside a house in Queen-street on Thursday after , noon. From the evidence,."it appeared that the deceased had been of the most eccen triii"habits, and that sue practically starved herself to death., She would take uo nourishment whatever but slop food, and then it would have to be prepared by her self. ..She would not eat anything that was : prepared by anyone else, and it was also said that she never partook of any food on ;any day before 12 o'clock noon, believing i that it waa w*oug to do so. She would also walk about the house, where she was staying till nil hours of the night,.open all the doors, and niake a terrible row with a stick which she had. The deceased was .said to have refused food which was offered, to her by neighbors attimes, and, as a re sult, she had not partaken of any real1 nourishment for...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Bowral & Robertson Free Press. Wednesday, May. 22, 1907. A GOVERNMENT AGENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 22 May 1901

Bowrai: & Robertson Free Press;. Wednesday, May. 22, .1907. A GOVERNMENT AGENTS TmhT appointment'of a government' agent' in Iiondon to^push,. on behalf of the State;' the* products"' of; New-' South ' Wales,' has for years past, - been dangled ' before the agricultural community, and 'at* times: strong rumours of a political job to-find a billet for- a government supporter have been rife.- At: the present' moment the selection of a suitablc'rriari'is, apparently,' -;as-farofF:as ever; Slowly but surely the -lessons-of experience- are teaching,' at a 'dear cost, what good'advice has from 'the first failed to impress; in that there must be a'standard of'quality before exporters can h'ope'to command the-British market1 :for butter-, and poultry,' wheat; ■ meat* and wine.- Ther frozen • meat; trade is" in temporary abeyance since the drought swept away half-'the sheep*in the State, , ^.and-as-- for wine; the local1 consumption ' jis growing:so fastthat there are' no? good :wines...

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

■ • 'V'- V ===== House-Painting, PAPER-HANGING, DECORATING. Picture Frames of every descrip-. tion made to order. All Workmanship Guaranteed. . A. E LEES (Opposite \V. Murray's), gong I^ong Street, j-Jowral. **■. ' KQCi Many Pounds a year saved by Buying at Haig and Co's. Colin Ferfjusoft, VIOLINIST. \7ISITS. SOWRAh every TUESDAY and V. FRIDAY. For Terms, Ac., apply Mr. Ebb. Davis, Bong Bong-street. ' " 270. DflZr. Cecif Qomphri; J?upIlbv Received or Visited iu Bowral and District.. PIANOFORTE, ORGAN; AND SINGING Candidates, prepared, for College and University Examinations,, in. Theoretical au^i Practical Music. A-ddress:. Post- Office, Bo weal. I.. WISHES to inform the residents of Wilde's. Meado^v and Distiict, Tourists, and: others, that he. has taken, the above Favorite, and Commodious Hotel, where he hopes by keeping only the. Best Brands of Ales, VVines, and Spirits, and by civility a.nd attentiont to; qustomers, to merit liberal support:. First-class Table. The Best of Liquo...

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

No doubt were Dickens still alivo. He'd yet wr.ite many a tale, Though he is dead his works Hiirvive, Tlieir reading ne'er grown stale. So many try to imitate, But they can. reraain,.obscure, For coughs and coldi don't hositate, . Take Woods' Great Peppermint. Cunre. SEEDS, nil kinds; FRUIT TREES ; SHRUBS. liEST iirnl CHEAPEST in Block. 40 PACK ETS, TRAIN PAID,,10s; A.. LAJJSDOWNE <£. CO., ' Goutbarn. READ WHAt > VITADATIO - IS DOING. C O NS UMPTIO N Can be Cured. Read What Mr. Fred Stevenspn Sfiys VITADATIO Has , Done for Him. Pangog, July. 17, 1900. • Mr. S. A. PALMER. Dear Sir.—for oyer two years I suffered from , what the'doctors here told me was Consninption, and during tbnt timg I suffered considerably, and oould not get any relief. Seven times I broUe a bloodvessel, and gave.up all hope of, recovery. The doctors told me they oould not do me any. good, and gave rae up. It was thon that I heard of VITADA XIO, and I determined to try it.. The first bottle did mo a ...

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

OLD AGE PENSIONS. Mr.- C. J.' B." Helm,' C.P.S. at' Gonlburn. has-received no less'than 408 applications for:old-age pensions.- Fife receives on an - average eight or ten a day. It must be remembered,- however; ■ that; these appli cations come from'all the districts visited by the Goulburn Police Magistrate;'which include the Berrima police district as well as-the whole of Argyle.- Mr. Helm isthe registrar-for-the whole of these districts, and'the applications are received' at the various centres'and forwarded to him' to b'e.deait with.' A number of the applica tion's; come, from -.Moss. Vale - and other adjoining, townsi- The applications- will come before a local board for consideration. The Goulburn board has appointed as follows*-:— Mr;' Wv S: Caswell,' P.M. (chairman)? Mh S:--Hi Belcher; and- Mr. G; H. Roberts; • "

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

ONE ! TO BE READY,, TWO ! ! TO BE STEADY, THREE !!! TO BE OFF— -TO Full Consignments- of WINTER STOCK are' to hand,, and' now-selling' Vapidly?. Ladies'-Beaver GJoth Jackets Girls'" J'aclcets and Cloaks. Children's.- Pelisses - and' Wariiv- Goats. Ladies'' Cravenette • Mackintoshes,-, Double-brdasted/ •' ' New Umbrellas.' , . Fur Necklets in 6 different kinds and! prices* ■ FLANNELETTES*-the best xangc ■ and the soundest-value we have ?<..■ ever been able to offer. FLANNELS—Welsh,Saxony, -New-' . Zealand Greys,,&c, SHEETINGS and GALICOE3 DRESS-- STUFFS,, all. at reduced figures to make a genuine clear-, ance. Hoods and BonnetsGloves and Gaiters. Jack Frost will be-with us directly; Better buy your warm things: and be ready for him and for the colcl-winds; HORSE' RFGS. COW R,TJOS BLANKETS a-speciality, from 7/-to 30/-per pair.. Men's Jerseys, Boys'Jerseys, Crimean Shirts. D. RUTHERFORD. ARGYLE HOUSE, ^BOWRAL. DR. CRAWFORD; I •• Dencisi.;;, -. 'i i'-'/j AY HE CONSUL...

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

Have you tiueu Rutherford's ■ malt bread ? It is self-digestive, and contains great nutriment. Send •lor ai'loftt,?'

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

WANTED.—First-olnss General Servant, rooq» wages to suitable potson. Apply—MRS. .T. - HAMILTON, Sanatorium Hotel, Robertson. 812 ^ 170R SALE.—6-Ilorso WnftgoD, capnble of carry ing 10 to 15 Urns.—Apply A. COSPON, Bow mi. • 797^ PUBLIC NOTICE.—Gi*o orders early for1 Prime' Beef, Mutton, Pork, Vo'nl, and La rub. Also' nil kingla of Poultry dresuod or alive. ■ Carts deliver inBorcraHaily. • All cuHtbmors punctually attend od' lo by practical rneu.—J.- W. - NOHMAN,' Butcliefn. Moss Vale. ■

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JUDGE MURRAY ON ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 22 May 1901

JUDGE MURRAY ON ROADS. " Is ita surveyed road ? "«asked Judge Murray,-in a land court matter at Parra matta' on • Friday last, " or- a bullock track ? Because if it's a bullock track .you-can't-get along it, but if it's a sur veyed- road it's■ doubtful,, as they' go up and down precipices and all ways/' "It's a surveyed road," said the appellant. " Oh, well, then it's impassable. • The. bullock drivers could find a track, but a road laid out by .surveyors-is only a mat ter for a may. The only good engineer in 'New Sout Wales," continued the judge, '"used'to be the bullock driver. He-had some-idea of a road, but up to a late ! stage lie was the only one who had. Now, | of course, we have got some very good engineers, but we hadn't: then;"

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Funeral of Mr. H. Kennedy. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 22 May 1901

Funeral? ofMr;. H. Kennedy. lN-Satnrday's-i^sue we recorded tlio deatli, after a-abort illness, of Mr. II. Eeuuedy, au old'and'1 hijjhly rospected resident-of''this' district. The funeral took pliice on Satur day iiftenjooi)/. A > abort and - impressive servico was first held-at'" decease'il-a lal'o • residence in Holly-street, Bowral, conducted by tlic Rev. M. Maddern.' Tho cortege, which consisted- of 20 vehicles; aud ' 10 horsemen, raoved-from the residence^ to the Wesleyan Cemetery at Burradoo, where the servico was read, and 1 the remains lowered to' their last resting-place in the 'pre sence of a • largo uuttiber of • relatives - and old friends, both of Kangaloon and Bowral. The bearers wore Messrs. Ebb Davis, A. U. • Robinson, A. Stephens, and H.; E/- Wiclt h'aiu.v Ou llie collin was placed the follow- i iug inscription, i " Nothing in my hands I bring..'1' Henry Kennedy, - Died 15th May, 1901. Aged G4 years. - " Simply to thy cross Icling.'-'" Tlie Rev.-M/..- Miiddorn,- ...

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Royal Honors. CONTRIBUTED. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 22 May 1901

Royal Slonors. CONTHinOTHD.. The Royal Honovs list is interesting not for •what it containSj but for what it does not I contain;- Premiers See, Peacock, Thros^d, and Holder—the last-named being the first Speaker in the IIouso of? Representatives — have boon passed over* while Premier Lewis, of Tasmania, has to rest aatisljpd —and grateful—with a beggariy C.M.G.ship Everybody I bought Barton would have been a baronet atleast, and that a chief justice or two would have received a similar honor, Then there are Speakers McCourt and Million. What have they done to dodge decoration ? Mr. O'Sullivan is not Sir Edward, and Mr. Want is still plaiu Juck, and the Attorney-General is still Mr. Wise. And as for the promoters of contingents, well, royalty knows them not to their amazement. • It is possible the Duke lias something in reserve. This is the only consolation that remains; but should' he quit our coaat without casting a few favors, which mean nothing to him and the uni verse to recipie...

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

: RADBAND - PRICE;' A'very quiet. and " pretty wedding; was celebrated!atV-' Rose-Cottage-"-- on Mon day last at ix'"o'clock; when Miss Flor ence jane Price,'eldest daughter of' Mrs; E. Price", was-unftecl in the holy bands of wedlock"to"Mr.•Trioinas'Kadband,' eldest son of .'Mr. John Radband,' Burrow in F-urness, England.-- The bride (who • was attired in a pretty grey voile dress,- with 1 white silk front and steel trimmings) en-: tered the room on the arm of her brother (Mr. R; Price), who gave her away. The bridesmaid was Miss Amy Price (sister of' the ' bride) who was ' neatly dressed in white with heliotrope trimming,' and■' also wore a neai: gold ■ brooch, set with - ruby and pearls, the gift of the bridegroom. 1 The Rev. • A.--W'; "Parton (Primitive Methodist) performed the ceremony, and Mr. G. Howarth acted as best man.' -After-the- ceremony the company sat dowri-ito a-first-class b'reakast which was prepared in-an adjoining room on a ■ very large table, in the middle'of'-'...

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

FOR SALE—3 lady's Bicycles, IX Gent's •Bicycles, and nil Cyclists Goods. —A.. W, B13EB,.Free Press Office.

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