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Weslevan Church. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 6 April 1901

JFisslevan Church. Bowral, Rev KCA Corner 11J In the evening 'at: 7, Pictorial and Choral Service in the School of Arts. Preaoher, Rev M Mdddern Mittagong?Rev M Maddorn 11, Bev E A Corner 7 Mobs Vale, Rev RA Comer 3 >

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 6 April 1901

READ WHAT1 - VITADATIO - I S D 0 I N G. Suffered from Indigestion for Twelve Months. Cured by VITADATIO. 51 alonour-street, i TCollabra, N.S.W. Mr.. S. A. PALMER, Sydney.. Dear Sir,—I was a severe sufferer from Indiges tion for over twelve months. ,1 bate tried , a great many remedies', but nono of them cured me.- Hav ing heard sucii -good reports of VITADAl'IO I decided to give it a trial. I began to improve very rapidly, and to-day 1 am a different'man altogether, j I know of a nuinbor of people who are being cured by your YITADATIO, and I strongly advise all who suffer as I havo done to take VITAJMTIO., If any: ' one likes to make further inquiries about my case I ; shall be vory glad to toll them, mere about my oase. . Yours faithfully, , JOHN HOUGHTON". I certify that the above statement is true in every particular.—(Sirs.) B.. Evans, 39. Caseade-atieot, Paddington., For.further particulars, S. A. PALMER, 184 I'IT To Tit I513T, SYDNEY. Correspondence Invited. Write for Testimon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 6 April 1901

WE PLEASE LADIES WHO LIKE GLOVES. And where ore the ladies who don't? La ]\feison Parisierine No.'s 22 to 30 THE STRAND, WE QUOTE A FEW PREVAILING PRICES' White Kid, with white or blaok eiitohing, 1/11, 2/G. 4 Button Fronch Kid, all' colors, 3/0, 3 /ll, 4/0 4 Button Kid, tan, beaver, or black, l/lljd.. 4 Button lfrenoh Suede, all shades, 2/11, 8/0.. Button Kid, all shades, 2/3, 2/6. 2/11, . 4 Button Chevretto Suede, -I/O, 4/11. Lisle Thread Gloves, in white, beaver and groy, 10Jd to 2/lld. AA IVJAISQN PARIS! ENNE, Axtens & Lc Rossifirnal, THE STRAND, SYDNEY, |> llllll IIHM >1 now TO GIVE' the mscurra FOR VERY YOUNG' CHJLDREN, rub the biscuits, very lightly on a ctean nutmeg giutcr, or crush very fine and sieya through a: sie\e, mix: carefully with bolt water, stirring, well, umU; plve through fc^ni'R; bottle or by spoon. As there is milk in them, *?. is not advisable to add it. In the case of youn? and delicate children, it is belter to give only a bout half a biscuit ...

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A Lethal Sea. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 6 April 1901

A Lethal Sea. By A BANKEK.. Sunk in a drear and deep cauldron amongft the towering and jagged mountains which forms the eastern boundary of the Holy Land, cowers the sullen, dismal expanse of leaden-hned, heavy waters appropriately known as the Dead Sea. ■ And well have these waters of death received that lugubrious designation, for anything more utterly melancholy and de pressing than this doleful scene it is difficult to imagine,. Leaving the Holy City, Jeru salem, " the joy of the whole earth," by the roadwoy leading past Gethsemane,, that scene of the bitterest agony ever witnessed on: this planet, the traveller soon commences the ascent of Mount Olivet. Arrived at (he ' bend of the road on the shoulder of the hill, he instinctively looks-back towards the old fortified city, which lies before him, its mas sive embattled wnlls towering high above the Valley of Ktdron, its minarets and domes, its embrasured towers and vemuro clad gardens, its cupola roofs and arched viaducts aud r...

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B. D. Cottage Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 April 1901

B. tSi- Cottage-: .Hospital. The usual monthly meeting.oP'lho' commit tee of the hospital was held nt tho -insritii tiou on Friday afternoou, April 12. . There', were present, Mr. Giivin George- (m.;Uh!e chair); Rov. Mi Miiddern, Messrs. BadguVy, • Mealing, Dr. Vallack, auil. fclio ; houv see., Mi". Kyngdoh; .... r • Apologies were received from Eev; E; S., Wilkinson; Dr. Stevenson, and .Messrs. Marsden and Wichhaui. Correspondenee.- , • ••... ■ The following' communication .was- re> oei ved faom 'the Iiwctor of ..St. Jildo's i&f* A united service in aid of the hospital will be held' in1 the hospital -grounds on--Sunday-' afternoon; the 21st: Aprii,- at' 2.4,5.. :f am') requested by the oonvener to extend' to the members of the hospital committee' a cor dial invitation to be present." Tbepatronage of;the committee was-dnly: accorded; Correspondence, was read from Mrs.* Y:eo,-.. liotv. secretary.,tp tlie Berrima'District Min-' ibtering. ChildJ^n's .. League ofv Moss. Vale....

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Mr. Vinceat's Success. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 April 1901

Mr. Vinceat's Success. We are again pleased to note Mr. G. E; Vincent's success in music composition;-; A' poem, " Hearts of Gold," by :W; H. Ogilvie, was printed- in the Christmas1 number of the.Sydney Mail-and for set ting-the best music to> the piece the pro prietors-ofiered;; a-prize of ten guineas. The judges were Messrs J. A. Delaney, Albert Fisher, and Sydney Moss, all well known musicians.- Each acted indepen dentlya'nd' by a- majority awarded the prizeto " Rosamiinde/'.which'on opehing ,the sealed'letter'turned out to be Mr. Vin cent, of Mittagong. This- may be con sidered a record success as, the winner had-;to compete against the best talent in several of the Australian States.

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Wesleyan. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 April 1901

Wesleyan.. In place of Ilia ordinary Bervice at the Wealeyan Church, llowral, on Sunday evening last a choral and. pictorial service was held in tka School of Arts.. Tlia lantern was manipulated by tho Rev. S. H. Macdade, while thb Eev. M. Maddern gave nn.excel lent discourse, the subject being " Behold 11 stand' at the Door and Knock." The pictures shown ppr (rayed the various events desaribed in the sormon, and comprised tho following, " 'Tis gone, that' brrght^and.'tirbed blaze," The Light of the World, John Howard, The Holy Child, Tho Man of Sor rows, Christ in Gethsomnne, Christ Leaving tho Prretorium, The DeBcenffronvtho Cross, and In' a Cemetery. A number of appropriate hymns wero sung at various intervals, both the wordeand muaio being thrown on tho sorecn. It was-a -profoundly reverential service, and throughout was decidedly impressive, the large audience thoroughly appreciat ing the effective-method of conducting the proceed ings. . ..

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Association Dance. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 April 1901

Association Dance. ONfl'of tBo moat successful dances yet gitan by tho proeiclonfc of tho Bowral Young Men's Association (Mr. H. E. Joncs) was held in tho Association Hall cm Easter Monday night. As usual tho:' hall was gaily illuminated and if anything looked mora charming than over. • Fully 80 couples "attended.'. Tho floor wu3 up to . the usual standard, and Mr. Tom Chap'Sian acted as M.O. Musio was supplied by Mr. Vincent, extras being contributed by Mr.-, Soutter arid Master Aubrey Grovoi- Excellent re freshments wcro partaken of during the oveniog, and at midnight tho danca terminated.'

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GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 April 1901

GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR MARCH. By A. Lakdsdowne, Goulburn Tim tropical roinB so lioavy in oincr Biaios, un fortunately bnvo not yet reached ub, and we are Buffering severely from drought. Constant watering mulching, and loosening of; the surface must bo 'continued to obtain growth. The warning of laat month of n aovere and early winter is reported. Sow all available land with useful winter fodder plants ami provide abundant winter feed. Unsettled and thunder wcatlier is lilcely; hot at times, but early frosto aro probable and cold turns and cool sea breezes. Thu tropical rains will probably bood roach us. Kitchen Gahdkn.—Sow turnips, Quoon and early globo onions, boot, spinach, kohl rabbi, herbs; lettuce, parsley, raddish, Brussels sprouts, &o. Plant tree and potatoo onions, cabbage, and cauli flower plants, &o. ■ FrfciiD.—Sow rapo, • lucerne, rye, Capo■ barley, turnips, cocksfoot, ryo and prairie grass, vetches, etc. Prepare land for outs, wheat, tl'c. Top pum...

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PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 April 1901

PRESENTATION. A number of the friends. of Dr. J. B:. Wilson-met-at the School of Arts on Mon day evening last to- present him vyith a slight token'of esteem jjp.orto/his depart ure for New ZealaridV Mr. -Ji D: Wood occupied the chair, and after reading apologies for absence from many of the doctor's friends, principally owing to the Sydney show, presented our friend with a handsome gold pendant suitablj' in scribed. Dr.- Wilson returned thanks. A- number of the gentlemen present eulo gised the doctor's professional qualities, sympathy and tact The religious announcements for Sun day will be found elsewhere under the heading .of" Services To-morrow.'.' A'meeting was to have been held at the Royal Hotel last night to consider a pro posal to banquet Mr. George W. Fuller, who has. just been - ejected Member- for 11 la war ra in'the Federal Parliament; This is an excellent move and should if' poS1 sible be carried out. Such a function ' would serve a twofold purpose—viz., duly honoring M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 April 1901

ONE ! TO BE READY, TWO ! I TO BE STEADY, THREE ! ! ! TO BE OFF TO Eutherford's, . . . BOWRAL. Full Consignments of WINTER STOCKT 8010 to hand, and now* selling rapidly. Ladies' Beaver Cloth - Jackets; Girls' J&ck'ets and; Cloaks." Children's-- Pelisses- and- Warm' Coats; Ladies' Cravenette' Mackintoshes?. Double-breasted; New Umbrellas; Fiir Necklets in: 6 different- kinds-and <! prices-; FLANNELETTES—the best'range and;the soundest1 value-we have' ever been'able to offer. FLANNELS—'Welsh; Saxony,' New Zealand Greys, &c. SHEETINGS and GALIGOES: DRESS' STUFFS;, all' at' reduced1 figures ■ to» make a'genuine clear ance; Hoods and1 Bonnets;; Gloves; and' Gaiters; Jack: Frost will be" with' us"1 dirfcctlySetter buy" yoiir- warin^ things ^nd beir«ady fiw-him> and; for the colii mndsi HOKS3E RUGS. Gt>W RUGS. BLANKETS a speciality, from-77.- to 30/.- per'palr.' Men's Jerseys,.Boys' J.erseys,.Crimean Shirtsi RUTHERFORD, ARGYLE HOUSE,, ^-BOWRAL BE. GHAWEOKir,...

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PUBLIC SCHOOL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 April 1901

i: PUBLIC'SCHOOL'CONCERT. -i Robertson is tobe congratulated upon its> possession of such high-class local talent as-Avas displayed-to advantage at the pub ,11c school concert on'Thursday evening of ■last week. The children had-been excel lently trained, and their rendition of the various instrumental' selections, songs, .and1' difficult- recitations brought forth almost'deafening rouuds- of well-merited ^approbation • from the' large assemblage gathered'in the* School' of Arts. The building-proved far1 too ■ small to accom modate the' eager-' throngof spectators, all'defsirous of catching a-glimpse of the proceedings. • . The • tableaux and short butr interesting: and - humorous dramas were all' equally appreciated. For the ^preparation-of.: the excellent programme "much' praise' ii1 due' tb' Miss' Prideaux, pupil teacher (formerly of Bowral Superior Public, School), and Misses Maud and 'Muriel Keeble,' and' Ally-' and- Wynne iLitchfield.- The floral march1 was indeed 'pretty wh...

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Bowral & Robertson Free Press. Saturday, April 13, 1901. News Items. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 April 1901

Bowral & Robertson Free Press. Saturday, April 13,.1901;. News Items. [ 65,000 people visited tbie Sydney Show. on Easter' Monday; , £1 reward is offered'to the" finder of" a fur boa lost between Bowral. and- the Fitzroy Falls* The B;DiCi Hbspital':benefitted: to'the' extent of over £21. as a result of the re cent eisteddfod;. Mr. A'. Ei H. Garter, of Bowral, se cured- second prize for. his- Roadster stallion, ,St.-Ives,.at the Sydney Show. 1 Tlife usual'taodtHly nifeetingof'the Band' of Hbpe was held in the Kangaloon Wes leyan-Church onlWednesdayevening.- A first-class programme was submitted.• i The Oprsios of Ever?- Englishman ia that' .liberty of apeeoh and action is the birthright of every free man. • " Briicms never ahall be slaves -"'is- one of-tire meat-popular of ourn&tional eodrs, and - aa a matter offaot it is impossible for slavery to- exist under the protecting shadow-of the British- flag. In the same way men cannot remain • bound by- the 'tyrannio-shack...

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ROBERTSON NEWS. THE HOLIDAYS.—PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 April 1901

ROBERTSON NEWS. 1 THE-HOLIDAYS.' PICNIC.' The ' Easter holidays passed off very pleasantly in Robertson, the weather be ing pcrfect. School ended on Thursday with a splendid concert arranged: and given by pupils attending the local public school. • Notwithstandiiigthnt the child ren were quite young it proved to be a great success. The proceeds, which were in aid of the School Tennis Club, will benefit-it to the amount of about ^"8. Another very enjoyable- time was the Wallaya {Pheasant Ground) school picnic which took place on Easter Monday at a lovely picnic ground near the Carrington Fills. The parents provided ! excellent refreshments which were done justice to by the children and numerous visitors, including some from Robertson, Kanga loon, and even Sydney. Miss Bassett, the popular young teacher, was very attentive to the wants of ■ all1 and' did! everything possible to make the picnic a success. Money was liberally given to provide fuuds for the children's races. Swings prove...

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Bowral Council. THURSDAY, APRIL.11, 1901. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 April 1901

Rowral Council.. Thursday, April.xi, 190r.. ^Present :: Aldermen J. Mi- Christie 1 ;(Mayor); H. M.Oxley, M. Rice,.W.-Mur ray,. Jos. Stokes, F. B. Kyngdon, T. Mathewson, and J. J. Campbell.. Correspondence. From Mr. C~. Funston, asking tlie coun cil to take over Funston and Park-streets, and to fill in• a hole in the footpatlv in j front of his property; Considerable discussion' ensued,' and eventually the following motion, moved by Aldermen Kyngdon and Mathewson, was agreed upon :—" That the matter lie in abeyance until next meeting, the clerk to bring up a report'on1 the- state of' the streets- as set forth, as' well'as* other streets on the Belmore Park Estate." Finance Committee's Report. ■. The following accounts were passed for payment':-— General'Account; — Wages, /3/19/•; salary, £4/3/10;■ nightman, ^4/15/-; Gov ernment Printer; 10/-; total, £13/7/10. Gas; Account. — Vickery, • wages; £6; freight,- 16/7;: A'.K.O.Mi Coy.t- ^3/2/6;• .Berrima Distriet' Publishing Coy., 10/6; McD...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 April 1901

Don't forget'tbe Primitive Methodist Harvest Fes foal services to-morrow (Sunday).also Monday even ing. Special preaclior.Kbv. B. Kenny (Granville). Why Experiment on Yourself With remedies of doubtful utility when you can get Chamberlain's.Cou;;h .Remedy, which has otood ; tlio test of time ? Twenty-fi ve years' Bale and use • Have proven that remedy to be a-prompt and'certain qure a:oold in a day if talten as soon as the cold has ' teen' contracted' and' before it has settled in the > Byeienr.. SolU'by Mr.. 1)'.; Morgan-,, Chemist, Bowral. S

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Bowral Police Court. FRIDAY, APRIL 12. BEFORE Messrs. W. S. Caswell P.M., A. Crawford, and H. Kennedy J 's.P. ASSAULT AT SUTTON FOREST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 April 1901

Bowrali Police^ Court. Frid'at: April 12.' Before Messrs. \V. S. Caswell P.M.', - A; • Crawford, and H. Kennedy J 'e.P. i ASSAULT AT SUTTON-FOREST." Wallet PerguBon v. Archibald1 Mc Andrews; assault at Sutton Forest on 21st March. Mr. T. A. F. McCarthy appeared for defendant, • who pleaded not guilty. Walter' Ferguson deposed: I am a coachman Iresidingat Bowral ;-I know the defendant; on 2X^t ;March I'wp.s driving an electioneering party to Bun danoon ; I'pulled up at SottAn Forest; There were with me in the vehicle Mr. O'Reilly J.V., Mr. ]5aber, Mr. Richard Ramsden, and Mr. H. H; Shepherd ;' they got oat of the vehicle to- interview- the' post master ; I got out to speak to a man nam^d Good win ;I heard-a voice call out ''Fergusons"'I- turned arcand'and saw accused MiAndrews, • sta-ding at the post office with his coat off and sleeves rolled up *, I: said" what doj you want?" ha said come round to the back and see if you can wrest the fa knots oft me;" I said " I do< not...

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The Holidays. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 April 1901

Thfe- Holidays. TrfE'Easter holidays as far as Bowral was' ddncerhed were undemonstrative" days^. of public enjoyment. Their was-no * worry alid fuss over any large' public- functions whatever'.- The weather'throughout was perfectly-clear and typically Australian"; Private picnic parties were all .the go, and every pleasure resort in the neighbourhood presented a scene of animation, for the pteaSitre-loving people' of' this vicinity talte* eVery opportunity of't,indulging' in' Outdoor'recrfeatiOni The beauties'of: the Ifitzroy Falls were responsible for draw ihg:large numbers- of excursionists: from this' centre" The .conditions- were all favorable and the outings were rendered as enjo.) able as the' delightful surrounds ihgs of'Bowral could possibly permit. A party of Pi imitive Methodists wended their \Vay, to Diirley's paddoclc-on'Mbnday and needlfesS'to' say entered \Vith much ^rithusijisrtTibto the various innocent' but enjoyable pastimes. An opposition party of5 Weslevans t'dd...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 April 1901

WE always have on hand now shipments of specially prepared Ceylon. Indian, audOkina /I'eas to suit our customers. We also keep llio bostCoi'feo, Cocoa, and Essence •of Ooilco. If you have not tried our Xoa, send for sample, freo on application. Wo have fcho Flavoring Toa in lib,. 2lb,. and Olb. boxes.. Price—0/ per lb. (No Agent Employed ).. 545 George-alreot, Sydney. r T. B. Diiewooclie, Monumental Mason,. BOWiiAL. 8241 AH lovers of this old Favorite should try .our unrivalled'strain, 3d and 6d per pkt. | Sow now for. early spring flowering. Bulbs, Daffodil Is-,. Hyacinths, Ane mones, Ranunculus, etc., etc.; All orders carefully, attended'to,,whether ) small or large Send fbrOUIL CAT"logue;. . For the VEGETABLE GARDEN we have all kinds of Vegetable Plants, R'oots, and Seeds- Just try 1 ^ Genernl GARDEN WORK attended to By exper ienced hands. GARDEN REQUISITES and' MANURES al ways on hand. Agonts for Moasrs. J. and 0. Howard's (Sydney) -Agricultural implements. Cope and Sons, Seedsm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 April 1901

BOWRAL AND ROBERTSON FREE PRESS,, 2/- per quarter in advance. BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM-.. STENOGRAPHY ■V W. BEER is proptvfod to receive pupila JjL. for SHORTHAND. Particulars and terms on application at Ofllco o( I'hia Paper.- 2GB 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 uiRiioxons. O. J, COHEN Esq., Chairman. Hon; FT. Ej RATER, M.L.C;, Deputy Chairman. Hon. HENRY MOSES, M.L.C. Hon. RICHARD JONES, M.L.C. EDWARD KNOX, Esq; QBNEltAI. MANAGER; . T. A DIBI3S, Esq. AUDITORS. ■& S. CAPE, Esq , and W. L. DOCKER, Esq. BLANCHES in New South Wales and Quoons. land. Agencies throughout the world. Bowral Branch, GAVIN GEOItflW, Manager. is merciful to his Boast. The cotil nights are with us. If .von an wise'you will proteot your HOKSES AND COWS with. also Ruga tnndo to order for either Horses or Cows. Ilorso Clippers, Dandy Brushes, Body Brushes, Curry Comb...

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