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

17011 SALE.— Gout's now Stop WATCH.-Apply olfico ot tin's papar^ _ 817 nnO LET, TKNNIS COURTS .in McrriRanR-St., _L for soason 1001-1002. Full particulars frow_J J. G. MOltltlS AND CO., agents lor thu Lessee." 1001 WANTED TO UK NT, on a fivo or ten'years' leaso, premises in Bowrnl suitable ■ for B QTCHICtt'S S HOP,- with good fbsidence and plenty ' of yard room. Prefer ns now to post-oilico im - possible. Apply. J. -\V.- NOltSlAN, Butcher, Moss • Vale. . J TOR: SALE—8 Lady's • Bioycles, -11 • Gent's ' .r Bioycles, and all Cyolista &boda.'' . —A.'Wi BEKICj. Freo Press Office:' ' government: advertisings . Department of Public Instruction," Sidney, 23rd May, 1901.' ALL' SCHOOLS under the control of tho Minis ■ tor of Public Instruction will bo oloaoil on the., following (Into, viz., MONDAY AND .TUESDAY, • 27ill aud 28tlrMay, and MONDAY, the SnD JUNE. • 81d .— J. O. M AYNARD, Under Secretary. Govornmont Architect's Oflicp, Goulburn, • •; 17tb May, 1901. '.1 rpENDERS, ndrtroaacd...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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GARDEN, AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 25 May 1901

GARDEN, AND FIELD CALENDAR' FOR MAY. Bx A. Landsdownb, Gnulburn.. Tns land generally ia in good order, for cropping,, and all seeds should be eown as soon an possible to. get them started into growth before the severe oold weather.. Crops of potato and treo onions and onion BeedB should be put in-at once.. '£hia crop will always repay the grower if properly attended to. 'We again urge through: cultivation and propel manuring for all crops, and only oultivate an area* that can bo thoroughly attended to. Lucern sown now hud better have a light crop of oats, grasses, it'Q., sown with it as a phelter. Unsettled and cold weather,.with some sharp frosts, will bo with us, but warmer intervals and thunder, weather are likely and considerable rain. I Kitchen Garden.—Sow at once cnions ofall Kinds, broad beans, radish, and cabbage of all sorts. After middle of month main crop of peas may be sown. Propuvo beds for rheubarb, asparagus, &o., and renovate and manure old beds at end of the...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 25 May 1901

BOWRAL AND ROBERTSON FREE PRESS, 2/- per quarter in advance. BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM STENOGRAPHY.. AW. BEER is prepared to rooeivo pupils . for SHORTHAND. Particulars and'terms on application at Office of Thia Paper.. 208 THE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY of SYDNEY, Ltd. Capital paid up- .. .... .. £1,000,000 Reserve Fund .. .. .... 1,010,000 Deserve Liability 1,000,000 Total ... ... £3,010,000' I>i1sect0b3.. O. J. COHEN ling:, Chairman. Hon. fl. E. KATEB, M.L.C.,Deputy Chairman. Hon. HENRY MOSES, M.L.C. Hon. RICHARD JONES, M.Ii.C: EDWARD KNOX, Esq. okni:;ial .manager. T. A JJIBDSt Esq. auditous. { E. S. CAPE, Esq , and \V. L. DOCKER,.Esq. BR'ANCHES in New South Wales and Queens Jiind. Agencies throughout the world. fiou'rnl Branch, GAVIN GEOKUK, Mannficr. is moroiful to bis Beast. The oold nights are with-as. If you aro wise you will protect your HORSES AND-COWS with NAVY GANVAS RUGS, alao Rugs made to order for either Horsos or Cowa. Horso Clippers, Dandy Brushes; Body Brushes, Cu...

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

i Used by British Soldiers in Africa; Capt. 0. G. Ponnison is well known ull over Africa as commander ot the forces that captured the ; Famous robel Galiebe. Under date of November 4, < 1897, from Vryburg, Bechuanaland, he writes " Before starting on the last campaign I bought a quantity of Chamberlain's Colic,. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy; which I used myself when . troubled with bowel complaint, and had given to mv men, and'in every ease it proved moBt bemficial."i For sale by D. Morgan Chemist, Bowral,. Tea f Tea !! WE always liavo on hand new shipments of specially prepared Ceylon, Indian,'.and China • Teas to suit our customers.. We also keep the best Coffee, Cocoa, and Essence of Coffee. ; If you Have not tried our Tea, send lor sample, free on application. - . We have tbe Flavoring Tea in lib,. 21b,. and 51b. I boxes.. Price—5/ per lb.. (No Agent Employed.)' J. A. MOY & GO. 545 George-street, Sydney. T. B. Dunwoodie, Monumental Mason„ BOWliAL. 8241 The Liv...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Railway Information. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 25 May 1901

Railway Information. Passenger-trains arrive at Bjwral from Sydney:— 12.21 a.m. daily, Sundays excepted 7.37 a.m. (Paper Train) daily, Sunday excepted 11.12 a.m., Saturday only 12.55' p.m. daily, Sunday, excepted. 5.33 p.m., Saturday only 7.58 p.m; dnily, Saturday and Sunday excepted 9.28ip.m.j Saturday only. : Passenger trains leave Bowial for Sydney :>— 3.6 a.m. daily, Monday excepted' ! G.50 a.m.. Sunday only, stogs Mittagong and i Stratlifield only 7.8 a.m. daily, Suuday eacepted'.. 8.29 a.m. daily, Sunday and Monday excepted, stops Mittagong und Strathfiold only •—8.81' • a.m. -il\Ionday...only,.. stops _3Iittagong.and. StrathQeld only I'.SG'p.m; daily,.Sandliy excepffecK

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 25 May 1901

You can'depend on ridding children' or Worms with Wade's Worm Fige. Price lr, j

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. The Bowral Public School Water Supply. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 25 May 1901

The Bowral Public School .Water Supply. ; Sin;.—Will yon permit ma to add for U:o public in formation somewhat to Mr. .lionynge's incomplete lofcter? In the first place,* it lias been' commonly reported for some'time past .- that the water at the public - school .was bad. I finid jiothinfi about the rumors tlmt-cnffio to my ears until Monday week-last,Avhen. I mentioned them in my office to Alderman Rice, a mernber-bf the School Board, and to Mr. Farrow, the inspector of nuiflSDoes. Two dayn. afterwards I roceiverl an invitation from.-Mr. Bonyngeto meet the school hoard at tho school onWednesduy last. The by-law, i.R. the sanitary committee of tlie council wont with me, but Alderman Rifte- was the only member of the Board who apparently thought tho riinttpr of sulOnierit importance to be present. At tho school the boya (though at Brat, evidently not disposed to speak out) told us that tho -water had smelt badly for months past,' and was discolored, and that on 0110 occasion1 a dead ...

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

. Wade's Worm Pii»s aro most elective. Children tinivo after talcing.them.. Pticc Is.

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A Shooting Party. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 25 May 1901

: . A- SJiooting. Party;, On Monday, last, Mr. Joe Gregory, in company villi Mr. Wulker anrl Mr. Stnrqes, drove as far as Bullio for a day's shooting. A. successful day in every way was spent.'. 60 wallahys in addition to a,dozen hares and rabbits boing captured. The party left.at 8 1 o'clock : in the morning and returned at 10 at night..

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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ANNUAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 25 May 1901

" annual htcport;" Ladies and Gentlemen,—The executive committee of your society now lmve pleasure in layini? before you the usual annual: report and statement of accounts for the year tm-iing . May 22ud, 1001... Oiv tho-Oth of November lust the oommittee deuiile;V to hold a day's sporta on tha-show ground wit.h u view of lessening our debt, and although the day was not a public holiday the sporta--paFsed off successfully and the pain to .the society amounted to £22 3a 7<1. Our. very best thanks are due to the ladios who so' kindly provided the luncheon and looked.after the rofteshroent hootb on that day. The 21st annual show was hold on .28th Febru ary and 1st March of this year, and although the entries were not so miniorous as we have hud them in former years, still there was a very fine display of exhibits both in the pavilion and tho grounds, and everything passed off most successfully. It is very pleasing to report that through the efforts of our.Member iof Parliame...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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ROBERTSON NEWS. AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 25 May 1901

robertson news. ■ a«wmtuual. sociotw FROM OOft COnilUSl'ON'DENX'.. Tin; nnnu.il meeting of the Itobertson A,. H. Society was held in tho Sohool of Aita on Thursday even ing, 23rd liny, 1901. Present : ■ Messrs. W. H. IJinrlnmvcli, jun, (chair), ■W.> Brbnnlng, J. Curtis, J._ Marshall, 13. YVillioinls II. Bell, ,r. T. Stonn, W. H. Tresslcr, T. E. Uursil,, H. Litchfield, W. Bell, H. Mackinaon, V\'. Brooker, Ii. M. Graham, W. Noble P. Tatlow, and IJ. G. Ferguson (lion, sec.) The minutes of tho last annunl meeting were read and adopted. Secretary thon read tho accompanying report and balance-shoot, which wero unanimously adopted on the motion of the chairman and seconded by Mr. Brenning. Tho following oxooutive committee were eleoted for the ensuing year:—Jas. Alcorn, J. T. Hnyter, W. K. Hindtnarsh, It. G. Ferguson, J. Wood, \V. Graham, \V. Brooker, J. Brooker, It. M. Graliam, W. F. Brenning, W. Noble, M-. Brooker, 11. Jle Evilly, J. T. Stone, H.. Hanrahan, J. Curtis, J. Marshall, M. ...

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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 25 May 1901

NOTES AND COMMENTS. Tim OVnllivan bribo of high wngos and plenty of work for tho unemployed lias fur reachin,; effects. If desultory lahour is entitled to a high rule of pay. skilled labour in regular employment considers it solf worthy of the uanle remuneration. Iron woilc ers in Sydney have, therefore, gone out on strike, and the trade is disorganised in consequence. Tho employers have now to consider whether thoy con nft'nrd to pay nn increased vote, nnd if not they had better place their capital in the Sydney Savings Bank where 8£ per cent..interest is guaranteed by. government, livn in a small villa by tbe ocean heaob and nnoke their pipes of pi'acc and contentment, frcod from the cores of employing labor. If .tbe em ployed get tired of equal pipes .and contentment in the domain, then tho obliging Mr. O'Sullivan 'is at hnnd to ninnse them with 3evc.11 bob(.a day, only Mr. O'Stillivtin does not handlo his own money. . .The bankers of Australia have met in oongrcsB and formulated...

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

Advertisers in theBowral^andv Rob ertson Free Press" are guaranteed a -cir culation larger than, that of any other district paper.. Advertisers,; don't, be misled ! this isthe-paper for you !• Sab scribe, to the paper which studies your interests: subscribe.to the " Bowral and Robertson Free Press," 2/. per "quarter in advance., ' . ;

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

A party of shooters killed several hundreds of., flying foxes at Pictun last week. - It ia estimated, that there are to-day 210.003 con sumptives in Great Britain, and 10,000 in Australia. Atti who BOFPnii from weak digestion should' oat Biitherford's.malt bread, it'iVhighly, recommendod. Ask for cart lo call.—* II yon, feel out of : SOl'tS,, try _ ' Minerva - Tonic at ■; . once. - ■ The ' wise . Grenei^al does not fortify sxftex* tlie citadel is in ruins ; lie foi-tiiies. at tlie beginning1, and wins. NEW WINTER GOODS NOW ON SALE. . . FULL ST > Cj . . Special Purchases, Large Display, In Fur»s, Jackets,, Capes, Waterproofs, Dress Goods;*, Plushes, Silks, Flannelettes, Blankets, Tailor-made Clothes, Gloves, etc., and the balance of the; direct consignment of Linen Goods. VERY SPECIAL.—Three sizes in Bordered and Fringed Table Cloths—the lar#es~ size is only 3/9. These are cheap at double the money—absolutely fclie^ be.st value in Avistvalia. Don't miss these. We would. like.'to s...

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

Criiau TnE Borrima District Gun Club held a J very plehff-' lint match on Wednesday IftBt on their grounds be tween'Bo'wrnl'R'n3~Mti»s Vale. The attendance o£ ahooieVs and Hpactatorn. ■ Mr. W. Wade (Moss Yale)' with 7 kills carried off the trophy presented by Mr. T. 13. Keigwin. The sweepstake shooting re sulted as follqwa : —No' 1,: divided by J.: Sutton. "Wy nock,"and De Mesfcre ; No. 2, won by "Mac kenzie and No. 3; divided by " VVyDock,'' and "Mackenzie."-;'

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Terrible Massacre wear Wombeyan Caves. Three Bowral Residents Plead Guilty. Great Outrage on the Hills. Wallabies and Hares Slaughtered in all Directions. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 25 May 1901

Terrible- Massacre wear WoiasfoeyaBu Caves. Three Bowral Residents Plead Guilty.. Great Outrage on the Hills Wallabies and Hares Slaughtered m all Directions. At five o'clock on Monday morning, Messrs. Joe Qrogory, and " Bill,"' and George Savcll left the bright little township of Bowral for the land of wonders—tike Wombeyan Caves, folly equipped with carbine and shot, not forgetting a plentiful supply of provender. Thcir's was a murderous mission, for thoy were intent on creating great havoo on the hillH along the Wollondilly river, en route to tho enves. On arrival at Bullio, five hours luter, the horses wero unharnessed and let loose, and the triplet of shootiHta initio oil in tho direction of their destination. The frequent cracks of the rifles wero proof that the fray had commenced, and as time wore on the hent of battle becamo more pronounced, for when the Wollondilly river was reached, short ly after lunch time, a good subscription to Iho "bag" had been obtained. After tho cr...

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Primitive Methodist. BOWBAL CHURCH TO RAISE £50. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 25 May 1901

Primitive Metliod3st. L' BOWBAL'-aaUBCH TO lt.VISE.£50. ' [ A F,\r Lv-ATTifNi>En meeting wus held in the. Prinii i live Aioiho.iist Chnreh, Bmvral,'on ThnvsdMy even ■ liiy.to hear an address from the Hev. John. Pentium, whn hns been specially appointed-to travel "through tho circuits of this stuto in order to raise_ sufficient money to enable the Primitive JfAthodist ministers to* jdin«llic- united Methodist Church and participate i in' its supernumerary benefits. . Some- surprise wns felt that, there was not a liUKnv nttindnnce. - A hymn wis sung-, nnd thd-Rev. A. -W-. I'ni ton (chairman) ■ offered up prayer, and'in'a few -brief', remarks iritro tlucetl Mr, Pen-nan. ; . : Tlie Ilev. John Ponman paid lie ue6<J offer no apolofiy for being present, as the workv bo' waH en Raged in was.not his own seeking; but had probably heen thrust upon hiru because he knew the tone and capability'of the peoplo better than most of their ministers. . JJis'wnrli was to raise money on beh...

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B.D.A.H. and I. Society. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 25 May 1901

B.D.A.H. and I. Society;. The annual meeting of the Bcrrinia. Dis trict A'. Hi and I: Society, was held atithe Royal Hbtel, Moss Vale, on- 15th instant. Dr. Stevenson in the chair. The minutes of the last annual meeting, were read and confirmedi Correspondence.. Mr. Chris. Bennett wrote thanking the society for having elected' him vice-pres ident during his absence^, and. intimating that he will donate a. special prize for next show. The Secretary read the following list of officebearers for the current year who.had been elected unopposed :—Patron, H. E.. Sir Fredrick DarJey, K.C.M.G.; presi. dent, Sir, John Lackey, K.C.M.G. vice-presidents, Hons. W. McCourt and EL E..Kuter, M.L.A's., Dr. Stevenson, Messrs J. A. and F. A. Bads$ery, Gavin George, T.. Seery, and G. Bennett.. The balloting for tbe committee was as follows, the result of 67 ballot papers :~E; Goodridge 61-, W. Morrico 59, G. J. and D. Morrice 57,1. S. Ponder 56, J; T. Hiiyter 56, 0. Taylor, and T. W. Lackey 54,. F. H. T...

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

House-Painting, PAPER-HAHGING, DECORATING. Picture Frames of every descrip tion made: to order,-. All Workmanship Guaranteed-.. A. E. LEES, (Opposito w. .Murray's),, Bon£ I3on£ Street, jgowral. Many Pounds ft yea* saved by Buying at Hiiijg and Co's., Colin Ferguson, VIOLINIST. VISITS BOWBAL every, TUESDAY, and FRIDAY. For Terms, Ac., apply. Air.. Ebb.. Davis,. Rong Bong-street.. ' 270'. £Wr. Ccc'd Comptoiu Pupjiis Received or V.isited in Bowral' and' District.. PIANOFORTE, ORGAN, AND SINGING Candidates prepared for College and University Examinations in. Theoretical and Practical Music.. Address :■ Post Office,. Bowead. Wilde's Meadow Hotel ALFRED BAXTER WISHES to inform the residents of Wilde's Meadow and. District, Tourists, and', others, that' He Has: taken: the above Favorite and Commodious Hotel; where he hopes by keeping,only, the Best Brands of Ales, Wines, and Spirits, and: by; civility and. attention; to customers,, to merit liberal support'.. First-class Table. The Best of...

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

No doubt were Dickens still alive He'd yet write many atale, Though lie is dead:his works survive,. Their reading ne'er grows stale. So many try to imitate,. But they cnn remain obscure,. For coughs and colds don't hesitate. Take Woods' Gbeat Pepp'ebmint Cube. READ. WHAT -VITADATIO - IS DOING. C O MS UMP TEO)N Can be: Cured. ReadUWhat Mr. Fred Stevenson Says VITADATIO Has. Done, for Him; Dungog,-.JiiIy.l7," 1900.. Mr. S. Ai PALMES? , Bear Sir.—For over- two ■ years I' Buffered from ■ what the dootors here told me was Consumption, and during that time I- suffered' oonaidferably, and could not get; any relief.. Seven times I: broke a bloodvessel, and gave up all hope of recovery.. The doctors told me they oould not'do me any good, and gave me up- It was then that I beard of' VITADA TIO, and'I.determined to try it; The first bottle did- me &< deal of-good, and after taking, twelve bottles roan now Bay T am quite cured. Twelve months ago I:weighed under nine atone, an...

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