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PROTEST FROM MAGISTRATES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 22 May 1901

•PROTEST FROM MAGISTRATES. On-Friday all the justices of the peace in 'therKiama district, received communica tions; statiug that in-conseqpeace . of- the death of the Queen-: they would-require to ■ be; appointed in the name of- King. Edward VII.;. also that it would be necessary to again take the oaths within six monts from th'e date of the commis .sion..1 The communication stated-that the cost to lie svvorn before a judge-would be' ■ £\ 6/, £i i-i/- if-befbre a J-.P., and free of .charge if before a court of quarter ses^ sions. The nearest court to Kiama is Wollongong, and a number of the leading men of the district who have held the position for many years, and devoted much-tiine iu public interest, strongly ob ject to the imposition ,cf a second fee, and have stated their intention to decline to ..accept the position. I , A1 novelty in olaclrconstruction Mr.. IC. Drescher has on view at lii.i shop. A clock hanging on a I small Grecian' bronzo statue, the mechanism of | which is...

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

a a- ■ ROBERTSOr^ The Leading Hotel in Town. Only Best Brands oC,Wines and Spirits.kept.. "SUP13UIOK ACCOMMODATION at reasonable rales.. First-class 'ItHjLIAftDTABM!. Good Stabling, Gratis Paddocks, arid Cattle Yards. ■ I'll ED.. Gil A HAM. 762 Jfrojirietor,.

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

Save Money BUY OF HAIG & CO. Tlie Casli ■ :o; NEW WINTER GOODS NOW ON SALE. . . FULL ST > C , . Special Purchases, Large Display, In Furs, Jackets, Capes, Waterproofs, Dress Goods,, Plushes, Silks, Flannelettes, Blankets, Tailor-made Clothes, Gloves, etc;, and1 the balance of the. direct consignment of Linen Goods. VERY SPECIAL.—Three sizes in Bordered and Fringed Table Cloths—the Iarqes* [. size is only 3/9. Theseare cheap at double the money—absolutely thes . "best value in A.xistralia-. Don?t miss these. We wouldi like to see every house in this-district supplied^with-one or more of these:cloths, because they are the best valne we have seen during our 25. years' expert , ience of the trade.— Price only 3si» Od.. Also on sale from the same works, Ladies'and Gent's Handkerchiefs, Loom-Damask Sideboard.Covers, D'OyleySj etc.: Splendid-value,.and at.pricesthat cannot be-.-, beaten in Australia. s KTOTE TBCXl ^.DDRZiSSS-: QLENM O RE HO U S E, BO WRA L. (ABOUT 20); LADIES' S...

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

DEATH.. MARSHALL. — May 18th, at 30 College-street, Sydney, George Antony Holbeche, the only   son of George Archibald Marshall, M.B., and B.Ch. ; aged 3 years. 811    

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Weddings at Bowral. CAFFIN.—WILKINSON. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 22 May 1901

Weddings at Bowral. caffin.—Wilkinson; ■A quiet wedding was celebrated at the Wesleyan. Church on Saturday morning last, the contracting parties- being Mr. Arthur Caffin, of' Central Tilba, third son of the late Mr. Robert Caffin, Dorking, Surrey, England, and Miss Marianne (Min nie) :Wilkinson, fifth daughter of the late Mr. George Wilkinson,., Mountmellick; Queen's County, Ireland: The bride, who was given away, by her, brother-in law, Mr. Elisha A. Murphy, looked nice in a dress of blue cloth, with Maltese lace scarf' and black velvet hat. The brides maid was Miss Annie Caffin (sister of the bridegroom), who wore a pretty grey pop lin dress, trimmed with cream silk, and   black hat. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. M. Maddern, and at the close the Wedding. March was played by - Miss Maddern.The wedding breakfast was partaken of at the residence of thee bride's sister,-Mrs. E. A. Murphy, " Fairholme," Burradoo. The happy couple left for Syd- ney by the midday tr...

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

ROBERTSON NEWS FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT. The Robertson contingent'of the N.S.W. Lancers leaves for Sydney on Thursday to take part in the reception of the Duke and Duchess of York. Tlie wind! has : beenrather boisterous f6r the past few days.-- Windy and cloudy this morning ; -looks like rain, J. D. Wood & :Co.'sold on account of the executors of the late Charles Vanden brtrgjfiriwcontaining 216 acres 31 roods, at ,^6-per'1 acre, Mr. W-. Vandenberg„was the purchaser; •

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 25 May 1901

• Eov Olivonio Obast Complaints, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. 1/6. A.True Friend." A friend in need is a friend indeed. That is ex actly what ChambeiJuin'a OouRh Remedy is. It ,is the mother's belli when she is awakened in the night by the ominous husky cough, and the labored breathing of her babe.- It is the safe resoit of the youth or adult, when be has-"caught cold1' and -there is coughing mid iiritation of the mucus membrane of the throat. If, allnys the iraitation and cures the cold. For sale by D.- Morgan, Chemist, Bowral. • No Appetite, Weak. Discouraged. ■Warm climates always dobilitato tlio norvous systom. Tlio digostion is slow, and tlio livor bccomes sluggish. Im purities in tlio blood accumulato, and you go about downhearted and do prcssed.. AH this may bo quickly changod ■with propor treatment. ' Mrs. 0. Kennedy, of 26 lirskino St., North Melbourne, Victoria, sends us her photograph and this letter* " I tad lost my appetite, was very weak, nnd nil run down. Nothing did...

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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 25 May 1901

HOUSE ■ OF R13PKDSGNTATTVES. Mr. (iroom ((,).) moveci tlie adoption ot tnc au.iress in-rep/y. Ho agreed ivith Ujh spceeh thai the fi-cul proposals of tho federal- government iiiiist ho largely dependent on the financinl exigencies of'state., Mr. Crouch (Vic.) seconded the motion. Mr; Beid, who wus> greeted with cordial cheers; congratulated Uio mover and seconder ofthe address in-reply on the healthy ring of independence in their mnnnor and matter. He referred tu the results of rtho general Blection: He wished to divide the sheep from the goats. There was no doubt about the ver dict of Viotorifl. (Hear; hear). Pour revenue tar iffints were returned in Victoria, but only one had had the magniGiient courage to Hit on the opposition side. - (Laughter.) There'were altogether five rev enue-tariffists from Victoria tiud 24 protectionists. New Smith Wales returned 21 revenue tariffists and 11 -protectiQiiifts, with'Mr. Sper.ce doubtful, though he believed that gentleman leaned towards f...

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The Commonwealth. THE FEDERAL PARLIAMENT COMMENCED its work in earnest on Tuesday morning. THE SENATE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 25 May 1901

TTIie Commonwealth. THE Ii'EIJBUATj PARLIAMENT Coir.ttENCBi) ils work in cnrnoHtnn Tuesday morning.. I'MR S13MATH.1 Senator-Friisor (Victoria) in moving tho adoption ol the address-iii-reply spnlte of federal defence, ex pressing his belief in a citizen soldiery. Referring to commercial mutters be said that although the Britixh* shipping power was supremo a desperato ofl brt was being made to get control ot tho shipping supremacy of the world, and lio advocated that for eign vessels should ba; chafed . higher rates. The tariff question was a difficult one, but.it had to be ..fucod. It was compulsory that the tariff should lie a. stiff one. When it was imposed N.S.W. would, have a Burplns revenue of iioOO.OOO to £700,000. : Senator Gould (N.S.W.) said his side of the House • would take a strong stand on tho subject of the tar iff, and advanced somo strong arguments in favor of freetrade..- He strongly urged tbq immediata settle ment of ihe matter of tho federal capital. '■ Senator Ne...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 25 May 1901

KING KDWARD VII. AND QUEEN ALRXANDUA.

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God BLESS THE KING. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 25 May 1901

. God- Bless- the King-. (By A. John Scott, Wkst JIiiwnswick, Victoria.). l.'-Sotincn: of tlio Empire's .might, 0 Thou who dxvoll'st in light . • Bo with our King. May he Thy precepts know, Iii grace and wisdom grow,.. . His ponce ns rivers flow, ■ ' God bless our King. 2;'-May lie clefeud tho right,. Do justly in Thy sight, . God save the King. To him be ever nigh, Guido with Thiue holy eye, Hear Thou tho nation's cry, And save our King... 8. In battlo's ntfMui dcmmifl,..' Bo Thou at bin riylit bund, Make strong his arm.. In fight-by land ntid sea, May lie victorious bo, His trust firm fixed on Tlieo, Him shield from harm. ■ 4; Shades of the past renowned, Whose doeds witli laurel crowned^ Fair England's brow. Lead on till wars shall cease, Make lior proud fame -increase, Till heaven with splendant pence Her throne eudow. s:. So shall Britannia reign, If Thou with favour deign To bless our King. While from great Empirojring; v Hymns of eternal spring, As myriad voices sing God bles...

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W.C. T. U. The use of wine in the Lord's Supper. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 25 May 1901

W.C. T. Ik The use of'wine in the Lord's Supper. "The Dean,of Westminster reoently told 'me that be had closed and' pulled down a public-house in Westminster. The most important and most difficult question whioh confronts the Church is that of the use of wine iatbe Lord's Supper. Numbers of clergymen have, in obedience to their convictions, introduced into this rite in their own churches the use of non intoxicating instead of intoxicating wine. I have been told that the bishop of Loudon grauts absolute freedom to the clergy of his diocese as to the character of the wine used in the communion. . To the reformed drunkard alcohol is like the taste of blood to the tamed lion or tiger. What shall be done for those innumerable ones who, knowing their inherited predis position to drink, can keep away from the public-houee only so long as they do not ap proach the communion table ? The Rev. B. Parsons in his ' Anti-Bacchus,' says " we ought to substitute an innocent bever age for the poison...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 25 May 1901

SEBVICKS TO-MOKItOW. Church of England. sa. simon and .TDnii, n twRAL. Preacher, the Roclor. wiKanoABnuimsK. Hbbertson 11,East Kiuigaloon !(, ltarrnwanR'7.30 Kev. D. T. Smith. Wericvan Church. BKwral, Mr P Rutherford II. H«v XI Mnddcrn 7" Miltapnng, MrKno«vlos 11; Mr Criclt 7 Mobs Viilo, Mr W H Jones 3 • linlroornl, 'Bov M. M add or n 11 Colo Vale, Bov M Maddorn 3 • Robertson, Bev F J Branch 7 ICangftloon, Rev P J Branch 11J Myro Vale, Bav V 3 Branch 3. Primitive Method!xl Churchy Howral, Mr J Geary 11, Mr W H Joiicr Bimdanoon, Rev A WParton 11 and 7 Penrose, Rov A W-Parlon S - Presbyterian Church. BfiitaRonR.'Hev G'A Gordon 11 Ubwral, Kev G A Gordnn'3.80 and.7 ~ . ' Moss Vale, Bgv Hbawcll Berry 11 and 7/ Jloman Catholic Church; Mi'ttagong 9,'15owral 11< Bov. Fr. Sheridan. Salvation Army. Rk'niiclcs, Oddfellows'Hall, !3owral, 7 and U a.m. 3'and7 pm.' Captain Isabel Dtilfoll. Havu Ton'TiiiKD Rutborfortl'a malt bread ? It in pclf-digoalivc, nntl contnina great nutriment. Se...

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Conference of Stock Boards. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 25 May 1901

Conference of Stock Boards. •••• A conference of the delegates from the Pic 'ton, Berrima, and Kiama stock, boards, which was convened by the request of the Ghief Iuspector of Stock to discuses resol-. utious passed: by various conferences on the rabbit question, was held at Moss Vale on the 16th iust. Mr. W. Morrioe, of Moss rVi>)ewua-aIaatoA_jol)aIxmaJl_L MeaarH. T?.-. Armstrong: and T. Brain, represented Kiama i and Mr. C. Dunn Picton. The first resolution, declaring' that the whole state of N.S. Wales be declared a rabbit infested district in terms of the Eabbit Act of 1890, was dealt with thus :— The Picton and Berrima board were against and Kiatna in favor of the resolution. In'rosolutiou 2", "'That clause 20 of the proposed Bill of 12!h May, 1897, be approv ed," resulted as follows:—Pictnn and Ber rima against and Kiama in favor of the resolution. Resolution 8, "\L'hat the compulsory sec tions, viz., 10,11, and 12. of the Pastures and Stock Act of 1898' be simultaneously e...

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Billiards. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 25 May 1901

I&tSHards. The hillinvj oommnlea .of tho Bowral ■ School of 1 Arts have arranged a tournament for tbo • inomiierp, 150 up, to-be-played with ivory balls, for which -15.-' entries hnve been received, and the • handicaps -were,, albtved us-follows by the handicapped Dr.; R. , Orawford-and Jlr. J. J. Campbell:— HANDICAPS W.-U.'Wond ' ov H: Ij. Thirllo C. W. Mareden I'YCorry ' Ji-Stoltos I H. ISrhvnrda' ■ W.'Oluyton -.' M. Jones-"' J. <J. Cnrapbell . G: Allen " A;Lunfear A.'Lokb l'V,T. Potter H. Robsnn • W. Valentino scratob !< 50 ■> 50 ' BO-'-' 40 ' 15 15 15 20 20 30 ao 40 40 Draw for First Round.' J. Stoko's (scratch) '• v. ■ A. Lobh (rec. 30) v. •A; Lanfear rec, 20) ■■ v." O. W. Marsden (owes 5U) MV Jones (rec. 15) v. W. Valentine (rec. 40) v. G. Allen (rec. 20) W. 15. Wood (owes GflJ -1 H. L. Thirlle (owe3 50) J J. J. Campbell (reo. 15) << F. Corry (owiis;40) i It. Iiolison (reo. 10) ^ . F. J. Potter (reo. 30) ' I. H. Kdwiu'da (...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 25 May 1901

Not a Surprise It will not bo a surprise to any who are »t all familiar with the fiond qualities jf Ghamherliin's Cough Remedy, to know that people everywhere take pleasure in relating their experience in the use of that splendid medicicine and in tailing of the benefit they have received from it, of bad colds it has cured, of threatened attacks of pneumonia it has : averted1 and of the children it has saved Iro-.n attacks of croup and whooping conch. It is a grand, good medicine. For sale by D. Morgan, Chemist, Btiwral. " Goon Wine Needs no Bdsii." But it cannot ba too often pointed out that when you go to the ' city, there is one pluce—now recognised as one of the "sights of the ci:y "—that no matter how often you have been before, you should visit again ; that is the C.vclorama; for constant changes are being made to meet the public demand. The latest addi tion is an excellent up*t,n-date Lumiere Cinemato graph, with a number of interesting and humorous films. The bull fii!bt alo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 25 May 1901

; S.MA'TjL DEIU'S'C'JURjT. ' D/Hnilinrford v. Onpitt; claim £4 "19/1, 'goods Rnld mid rieliverocl. No'nppenrnnco of "diifendnnt. Verdict Tor amount ohiinod and 6/-costH of court. ■ ■

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 25 May 1901

on.e ! to' be ready, two':! to be steady, ' three!;!'! to be OFF ——TO Full Consignments of WINTER STOCK are to hand, and now selling rapidly. . Ladies'* Beaver. Cloth Jackets.. Girls!~ Jackets, and Cloaks. Children's Pelisses £uid.. Warm Coats. •Ladies' Ciavenette - Mackintoshes,, Double-breasted. New Umbrellas.: Pair Necklets.in G'.different kinds and prices. F;LANNELETTES—the best range and the.'soundest .value, we have, ever been able to offer. FLANNELS—Welsh, Saxony> New, Zealand Greys, &c. SHEETINGS and CALICOES v DRESSVSTUFFS,{' all: at reduced ; figures:to ,make a genuine.clear-, ance. Hoods and Bonnets ;; Gloves ■ and Gaiters.. Jack Frost will be with us directly, . Better buy your .warm things: and be ready, for him:-aud for theocoldlwinds. I-Z.O<XtSX3 ORTJGJ-S.. .-COW BLANKETS a speciality, from jj- per •pfiir.;-. Men's Jerseys, Boys'Jerseys, Crimean Shirts.-, D,_; ROTHERFORDw ECOXJSEJ.. BE. CRAWFORD,, • ■" . Dentist,, /TV/TAI'- UK OOSSULTm-c AT' THE ...

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Bowral Police Court. FRIDAY, 21TH MAY, 1901. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 25 May 1901

SSawral'Police Court. Fiud.w, 21th May, 1901.'. Bf.fouk Mr. W. S. Caswell. P.M. . Alexander Fniser (17). Frank Hopaon <X<1, Hairy Stakes (l-l), and liialuird JonsH (11) pleaded pui'Ily to a chiu'^o ot riotous • behaviour in Hong Bong-' 9treet on Sunday last- liy throwing Btones at - Yon ; Why, ft Chirosi! Ii uitnror. Fraser wns linod »/- and 3/7 costs. Stokes 2/G and 3/6 costs, Uopson 1/- and 3/7 coats,; Joiiaa 1/- 'nnd 3/G costs. In.default seven days oncli in the lockup. All the lines were pni:l. .The -P.M. said ho- would, let-theiu off very lightly this time. Frnnls Hopsonwas then elmrjjod'witli assaulting Yoh -Why; a Cliinainafij ut Bowral, oir tlia l!)tli instant Hnpami pleaded not (,'iiiky. Yon Why deposed : I keep a fruitshop in Bowral; laat Sunday-riopnoii threw a lot of stones at ■ ma; and one hit mo on'thu leg; X did not throw-any atonessit tho boys. . J T.'BiiMar-deposnd : I mil n labourer residing• nt - present in Bowral: I saw about <50 ...

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Bowral Council. May 23, 1091. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 25 May 1901

Bowral Coanct!,. May 23,1091. Present. Aid. Christie (Mayor), R. S. Miicktnr.ic, T. Mnthowsoui F. B;vKyi)Rjon, Jos. Stoltes, W. Mur ray, 2d: liico, mid H.'M. Uxlnv. Correspondence. ; From Albion ^Parlclcnuncil asking for co-opcrntion jo having portion of road ruetalled from Jlncfjunrie Pass to Bowral on 0110 aide, nnd irom .tho Puss to the Robertson-Jamberoo road, and that a deputa tion to tho Minister be formed. . Moved by Aid. Stokes nnd Or ley that tho council co-operate, and that Mr, McCourt bo asked to repre sent them on tho deputation.. It was also decided on the motiou of AH. Stokes and Mackenzie ihnt Mr. McCourt be requested to draw.the attention of the Miuister for Works, to the unsafe condition of Quarry Creek,, nnd unfinished slate of the deviation from East Kangaloon to Mt. Hurray. From Holdswovtliy find Eckorsley Progress As Eociation Baking co-operation in an endeavour' to have a ■ loop railway lino botwcen Bolinore and Campbelltown, wbich would shorten the dintrinco t...

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