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A TAX ON STALLIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 1 June 1901

A TAX» ON STALLIONS. At ft recent meeting of the Glcu Innos Pas toral and Stock Protection Board, tlio chair man, Mr. Cocil Bloxsomo suggested (Hays the Wagga Express) tho advisability of taking stops to put a- tux on all stallions advertised throughout tha country. lie thought that unless somethin<j of the kind was douo the horse stock of New Sonth Wales would necossarily deteriorate. Aus tralia had now made its nntne for its breed of horses, and this standacd ought to bo maintained. To do this, Mr. Bloxsomo con sidors thatatou-gninoa tax should bo put on all stallions advertised for breeding purposes No doubt, wo havo far too many infroior sires, and how to got rid of them is an old standing question. Comparatively few in dividuals keep stallions for public hire, and a tax would not injure the owners in the least. But where horse-breoding is carried on ivs a business, private owners are suroly entitled to the right of knowing what kind of stallion to uao without being t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 5 June 1901

, J. GK MOEST.S &. CO., 'AUCTIONEERS AND VALUATORS, , Stock and Property Salesmen, • * li'ire and Lifo Insurance Agents, . BOWRAIi. B1 acksm ithing and - .Wheelwrighting. . aaETOSaraOSa. BEG to inform the residents of Robertson, Kan gnloon, an l surrounding dietriot that they hiivn . purchased the General Blacksmith and Wheelwright 1?UBineBS lately carried on by Mr. Nugent at Robert son, and hope by striot attention to business, com bined with goo.i M-orkniiinjliip and moderate char- > ges, to merit a fair share of public patronage. 790 At' Haig and Ctf&'s.— ISLeelkitt's xllb. Soxes Kngjlisla. Starda, 3d per box. ' maxammocm imif ■miiwimi BUY OF HAIG & CO "Tli© Gasla NEW WINTER GOODS NOW " ON .SALEc . FULL STOCK, SpeGia! Purchases, Large Display, In Furs, 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 ...

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Third Day—Tuesday, June 4. MEDICAL TESTIMONY. THE CAUSES OF TYPHOID. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 5 June 1901

Third Day—Tuesday, June 4. MEDICAL TESTIMONY. THE CAUSES OF TYPHOID. Dr. "A. S. Vnllaclc said: I am Govern ment, medical officer at Uawral. Typhoid is due to a specific germ. I fcuow nothing of the facts of this inquiry, and according to present beliefs' cannot arise do novo, but must come directly or indirectly from a pre vious case of typhoid. If theso germs are inoculated into decaying orgauio matter, or water contaminated with orgauio matter, tbey are capable of multiplying indefinitely; Thegerm will uot multiply in pure water, but will remain alive. There are four chief sources for the spread of typhoid—viz., water, milk, du6t, and flies. Tank water might possibly beoome contaminated by means of dust blown onto the roof, but I do not consider this a likely though it is a possible source. In my opinion the com monest; source of typhoid infection in this town is flies, espaeially when they get into milk, etc:, and it is a more likely supposi tion thaii dust blowing on to the roof...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 5 June 1901

ALii who suffeb from weak digestion should eat tntherford's malt bread, it is highly recommended. lsIi for cart to nail.—* You can depend on ridding children of IVorms with Wade'B Worui Figs. Price Is.

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BOWRAL PUBLIC SCHOOL WATER SUPPLY. Mr. Oxley's Charges Investigated. SECOND DAY, SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1901. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 5 June 1901

BOWRAL PUBLIC SCHOOL WATER SUPPLY. Mr. Oxley's Charges Investigated. SECOND DAY, Saturday, June i, 1901. . Present : Mr. District Inspector W. H. Johnson (conducting the inquiry), Mr. H. M. Oxley (who had formulated the char ges), Mr. T. Bonynge (Headmaster), at whose desire the inquiry was held), Alder men R. S. MacKenzie and F. B. Kyng don (representing the by-law committee of the council), and representatives of the Bowral and Robertson Free Press and the Southern Mail. William Savell stated: I have four children attending the school; there are nine in the family; the eldest child going to school is 12 years of kge, and the youngest is aged 7; I live in Victoria street ; one of my children (a son) is ill in the hospital, suffering from typhoid ; he is the eldest of those going to school; he : : was at-school before he was taken ill; 1 cannot say where he got the typhoid ; we use the water from a tank, supplied from the roof. To Mr. Oxley : This lad was attending school continuous...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 5 June 1901

■■.Havjvsou Tiiiiou Kuihwrniil's nmli brcml ? JL is. self-digcsiivc, un.l uontuinn grout nuuimem. Send; for n loaf." ' SAJjK — !1 Inilv'a Dievotest 11 .Gcnt'Ss JL bicycles, anil nil CjvIwhr (IiujiIh. —A. W.-BEISK, l?ri* I»rons Office'.'' TTTANTIiD TO UK NT, on a live or ton year,," VV (jn-mUes in BrnvralXiuiitiiulu for HU J.'CUKll'S SHOl', vvith yood roajiluime uml plenty-' of 3acJ room. Prbtar us near- to (lost-o/Jion ■nee priHHible. Apply J. \V. NOUMAN, -Butcher, Moss. . Vale. STOLEN Cm 5I KAYL.U. STRAYED from .paddock "near railway Virilize at; Llnny Hung River, ft 2-vonr-oM li^hfc ronu HKlL''IJIt. No brand. £1 RlSWAltD vvill.lie f<ivorv. for Huoli information na will lead tn a recovery it strayed ; aiid if stolou, £2 ltfiWAUD will be fiiveni for Mich information as.'will lead to . this. conviction of the nffcirlers. Apply to M. BOWDITOH, Liiurot Piirk.Burnuioo.fi'oni whom any furthur.information may be obtained, or at the Police Si <iioti, lijivinl. 819; ME...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 5 June 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 . COATS. WRAPPERS. FLANNELETTES. " CALICOES.'/ : - , FUR NECKLETS. SHIRTINGS. A splendid assortment of Ladies" 3/4, Sac Coats, 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. JONES'S, OPPOSITE P O„ B0WRA1 A Few Reasons You should ALWAYS You will find the largest assortment of General Drapery, Clothing, and Mercery in the District • to select from, and will really get BETTER* VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY than AT ANY OTHER STORE. Yoti cannot cro ■■wrong in making your selection, as none but. RELI ABLE AND; SERVICEABLE GOODS are lcept in stock. We keep the stock well assorted and up-to-date by constantly purchasing oqr goods in small quantities. "" WE ARE NOW SHOWING AS'SPECIAL BARGAINS a few' Boys' Suits, Krsicker Suits, (Wen's Suits, Hats, Shirts, & Sox marked at w...

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Kangaloon. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 5 June 1901

Kangaloois, At the usual monthly meeting of the: Kangaloon Band of Hope held on Friday evening last, the vice-president, Mr."' J.. Curtis, presided. As usual the items were thoroughly up-to-date and highly appre ciated by the fairly large audience. The programme was made iip> as follows :— Solo, The Reign of the Roses, Miss Avy Piper ; recitation, Poor Little Joe, Miss. Pearson ; duet, Mr. and Miss Thomas ;. recitation, Pat's Penance, Master R; Vidler solo, Silver Bells of Memory,. Miss Noble; solo and chorus, Lse- Gwine'-. Back to Dixie; Messrs. C. i?iper, G. Har rigan, II. Piper and W. Thomas ; solo,. Tiie Deathless Army, Mr. W. Thomas ; recitation, The Ballad of the Drover, Miss. Violet Vidler ; solo, Miss Thomas. The meeting closed with the singing of the; Doxology.

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Y.W.C.A. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 5 June 1901

. Ij.m'ffi. sr. The members of the "Junior '' .branch of the Young Women's Christian Asso ciation celebrated their sixth/anniversary on May ioth. The gathering, at which 41 children were present, was a bright and merry one ; games being the order of the day both before and after tea. Some excitement was caused when a parcel arrived for; Miss Rose- Morgan, and the unpacking , was eagerly watched, for it contained aphotograph frame and a vase —a gift from the members to their hon. secretary. At 7.30 the Rev. A.'W.'Par ton addressed the' children, but before introdu.cing-him Miss Rose Morgan asked Miss Brush to present Y. W. C. A. badges to the three girls.who had atten ded most regularly during the'year, .viz/: —-E. Toone, L. Stokes, and B. Dun woodie. Mr. Parton's words on ''Three ways of being True," to yourself, to your neighbour, and to God, were listened to with quiet .attention, and the happy even ing was brought to a close at 8 p.m.

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B. Y. M. A. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 5 June 1901

B. Y. M. A. The subject for debate at the Association 'Hall-tOrnight;(Wedne8day)-is —rstyv'That the number of members, now 1.25, in the Legislative Assembly, o£ N'.S.W. be re duced to 70 ; 2nd, That the Upper House, as at present .constituted be abolished.. As the above are the burning questions, of the hour, politically we feel sure the de bate will prove interesting, We under "stand the following members will-take partRev.. A. W. Parton.. Messrs Garrad, Drescher, Edwards, Bar.low.,. Robson,, Frost, Mart and others.. ,

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Ladies' Winter Working Party. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 5 June 1901

Entries' 5®mter SKorMttg Partg. A meeting of ladies was held at the Rectory on the afternoon of Wednesday, the 22nd of last month; to consider the. -advisabilityio£_arraji(Ting_ifon.-a^Worla.tig. Pa'irty'through'the winter months. It was unanimously decided that meetings should take place every Friday afternoon with the object of working for a large Sale of Work in the summer, .at which it is hoped that £150 will be made. Mrs. Stanley Howard was appointed, in: Mrs. Wilkinson's absence," > PresidentMrs.^ Gavin George, Hon. Secretary,; Miss Campbell,.,;-Plon.;,Treasurer;. and: Miss : Brush and Miss Campbell undertook, to see, by preparation of tHe work that the members were kept busy. The .meetings' will be held at 3 o'clock, at .the Rectory, and it is to be hoped that as many ladie.s as can make it convenient will be present.

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Dr. O'Haran. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 5 June 1901

Dr. O'Haran. Tub local subscription list for the Dr. O'Haran law costB has uow been closed. £27 were subscribed aa followsBurra waug, £11 9s ; Moss Vale, £9 9s ; Sutton Forest, £3 Gs ; Bunda;ioon, £2 16s ; total, £27. This amount has been forwarded by the Rev. Father Italian to the tveasiiror. Over £20 were forwarded by Father Sheri dan,. which had been subscribed in his. parish.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 5 June 1901

fflcmoual ^Tablet. Mr. and . Mrs. T. I-I. Keigwin • have placed a very handsome Brass Tablet in tlie Church to the memory of the late Mr. Skarratt. It is on black marble;"" and is'a beautiful piece of workmanship. The :following is the wording „IN MEMORIAM.. - CHARLES 'CARLETON SKARRATT, of Summer Hill. '' ' - Born.at Kington, England; 18th April, 1824. . Died in London, 22nd November, 1900. A'Loving Tribute. ; The tablet is;the;work of Messrs. Castle and'Sons:of-Newtown. ^ I One of our Choir Boys—Norman Jones —unfortunately broke his wrist, last week. We are glad to know he is getting better.

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MOSS VALE v. MYRA VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 5 June 1901

MOSS VALE v. MYRA 'VALE. Moss Vale and Myra Vale played their first Union match at Wilde's Meadow on Saturday last. The teams played with 14 men a-side. Myra Vale was a player short, and as the Union umpire did not put in appearance, Mr. C. G.. McGarry, from the Moss Vale fifteen, consented to act as referee. Myra Vale proved the stronger team, running up a score of 21 . points, as against Moss Vale's 3. A touch by. Casey (Moss Vale) was.the only scorc in the first half. In the second half Myra Vale made things lively, Cleary beinrj the first to score. No goal resul ted. Bresnahan was the next to cross the line, but the kick for goal was unsuc cessful.- Walsh netted the third try, scor ing between the posts, and Limond con verted into a goal. At call of time Myra Vale was leading, as before stated, by iF- • to 3, " '■

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 5 June 1901

Son of an Ohio merchant Cured of Chronic Diarrhoea. My son has been troubled for yoar.i with chronic diarrhoea. Some time a-jo I persuaded. him to take some of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera, .and Diarr hoea lteraedy. After using two bo'ttes of the 25 cent size, he was cured. I ui^e this 'testimonial, iinpinR some one similarly afllictod may rend it and lie .benefitted. - Tiiomab C. Bowun,- Olcneoc, O. ■ For ■ sale, by Mr. D. Morgan, chcmist, Bowral.

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BOWRAL v. PICTON. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 5 June 1901

BOWRAL v. PICTON. The Bowral footballers came off second best in their competition match against Picton at Thirlniere on Saturday last. The scbres were—Picton 12 points, Bow ral 3. Neich got the. try-for. Bowral. With a little of Monday's form, Bowral shou{d have come out on top.

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GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 5 June 1901

GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR JUNE. B? A. Landsdowne, Gnalburn. Till! vary dry May in this district, similar to two years ago, has kept baok all garden and farm culli ■ vation. Tho sovero frosts and cold aro what we ex pected, and a severe winter is likely. All land should bo broken up roughly to sweeten it, and kill insects, ifcc. All heavy work of draining, trenching, and manuring, should bo completed. There will not bo much growth in anything. Cold winds, frosts, and some snow may bo lookd for, and good rains, especially latter pnrt of month. Kitchen Garden.—Sow onions, cabbage, peas, let tuce, raddish, broad beans, leelc, Brussels sprouts, Ac. Plant ont asparagus, rhubarb, and other roots. Dress and manuro asparagus and rhubarb beds. Field.—Sow oats, rye, barley, wheat, peas, cab bage, rye grass prairie, cocksfoot, and lucorne, with shelter crop. Orchard.—Prune and manure trees. Plant out young trees. Burn or bury all rubbish. Drain, trench, &o. In new plantations let th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 5 June 1901

BOWRAL AND ROBERTSON FREE PRESS, 2/- per quarter in advance. BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM. STENOGRAPHY. AW. BEER is propared to receivo pupils . for SHOKTHAND. Particulars and terms on application at Office of This Paper. 208 THE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY of SYDNEY, Ltd. Capital paid op £1,000,000 Reserve Fund ., .. 1,010,000 Beserve Liability 1,000,000 Total .. .. £3,010,000 1JIHEOTOR3. G. J. COHEN Ksq., Chairman. Hon. fl. E. KATEIl, M.L.C.,Deputy Chairman, . Hon. HENRY MOSES, M;L.C. Hon. RIO HARD JONES, M.L.C. __ EDWARD KNOX, Esq. OENKnAIi manager: T. A DIB13S, Esq. AUDITORS. " ' E. S * OAFE, Esq , and W L. DOCKER, Esq. BRANOHES in Now South Wales and Queens land. Agenoics throughout tho world. iiowral Branch, GAVIN GEORGE, ManaRcr. THE MERCIFUL MAN ia meraiful to his Beast. The cold nights are with us. . If you are wise you will protect jour HORSES AND COWS with . fJAVY CANVAS BOOS, .... also Rugs mado to order for either Horses or Cows. Horse Clippers, Dandy Brashes, Body Brushes, C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 5 June 1901

BOWBAIi.MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Meets every alternate Thursday, at the Council Chambers, nt 7.30 p.m. Clerk's offloo hours are : Tuesdays, from 10 to 12 a.m.; Wednesdays, -7 to 9 p.m. : Fridays, 3 to 5 p.m. . Alderman J. M. Christie, Mayor. Mr. W. II. Farrow, council clerk. Teal WE always have on hand new shipments of specially prepared Ceylon, Indian, and China Teas to suit our customers. We also keep the beat Coffee, Cocoa, and Essence of Coffee. If you have not tried our Tea, send for sample, free on application. We have the Flavoring Tea in lib,. 21b,. ond Sib. boxes. Price—5/per lb.. (No Agent Employed.) J. A. MOY & CO. 545 George-street, Sydney. T. B. Dunwoodie, Monumental Mason, BO WEAL. . 8241 The Live Upholsterer*. IS still prepared to upholster yonr suite, or couolv orohairs; repair your furniture—polish, ifco. makes Carpets, and cleans and lays them" as they i should be; repairs the sun shades ; fixes up .the sewing maohine; will re-urine your chairs at less I than Syd...

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Railway Information. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 5 June 1901

Mail way Information. Pabsenobb trains arrive at Bawral 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. daily, Saturday and Sunday excepted 9.28 p.m., Saturday only Passenger trains leave Bowral for Sydney :— ■ 3.6 a.m. daily, Monday excepted C.5G a.m. Sunday only, stops Mittagong and Strathtield only "7.3 a.m. daily,;Sunday excepted. 8.29 a.m. daily, Sunday and Monday pxeeptod, stops Mittagong and Htialbtiuld only 8.31 a.m., Monday only, stops Mittagong, Picton, Granville, and Strathlield only. 1.30 p.m. daily,'Sunday excepted.

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