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Football. BOWRAL v. SYDNEY. BOWRAL WINS THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 5 June 1901

Football. EOWRAL v. SYDNEY. BOWRAL WINS THE DAY. | On Monday last the Bowral Footballers defeated a Sydney team— the . Marcus Clarke F.C. The match took place on the Glebe ground, and a good number at tended to witness the game. It was the general opinion that the visitors would have an easy walk-over, and this opinion was strengthened when they kicked a field goal shortly after play commenced. But the Bowral fifteen pulled themselves together, and maintained a stubborn de fence throughout, the ball being more often than not kept in the Sydney 25, the latter having to exert their best energies to keep the ball clear of the scoring line. The scoring was very even,, Bowral win ning by only 1 point —8 to 7. The Syd ney players were—Full back, Bissett three-quarters, Higgins, Freeband, Tay lor ; five-eight, McMahon; half, Woods ; I forwards, Hannam, Shortus, McAiister, Henry, Luscombe, Hall, Ferns, Waters,. Coutts. The Bowral team was represen ted by—back, S. Riley; three-quarters, Smal...

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

He Knows Whereof, lie Writes. An editor prints his paper his putions the news of the day and for the money there is in it. He is presumed to know of what ha writes, and lie generally dons. ■ When he writes, as hn does, in the Leader Courier, Osceijlu.Mills, Pa., without fee or hope of reward, tlm! "Oliunilterlain's Cou^li Remedy acts raagicallv, and we have'•found none better in our household. If you haven cough, try it," itniay may he ueoeple.i as an honest r>xprr:=^ion. worthy of credence. For sale by Mr. D.1 Morgan, chemist. Howial.

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Bowral & Robertson Free Press. Wednesday, June 5, 1901. PASTEURISATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 5 June 1901

Bowral & Robertson Free Press. Wednesday, June 5,1901. X Hivqucautm w* paoL^uiis ai present much exercising the mind of the dairy industry. Like all novelties that come before the agricultural community, such a new-fangled notion as pasteurisa tion is regarded with a suspicion that arises from ignorance, and too frequently science, falsely so called, rushes in to force a hesitating community into follow ing some foolish theory or other. There is nothing either novel or alarming in pasteurisation, for it is as old as the hills, and where the practice prevails, the best bjtter in the world is made. To pas teurise simply means to gradually heat the rnilk to a little short of the boil, and then to cool it. In Devonshire and Corn wall this has been the practice from time immemorial. It is surmised that the Phoenecians introduced their eastern method of butter making into Cornwall, when they exploited the lamd for tin mining. Cornish miners introduced the same method years ago int...

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

The best rasdicine known is SAN L> lilt & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Test its eminent powers ful effects in coughs, cclds, influenza, the relief is Jngtantaneous. Injurious.oases,.and. accidents o( 'ail kinds, be they wounds, burns, scaldmgs, bruises, sprains, it is the safest remedy—no swelling—no inflammation. Like surprising effects produced in , croup, diptheria. bronchitis, inflammation of lungs, swelling, <Sc., diarrhoea, dysentery, diseases of kid . neys and urinary organs, SANDER AND SONS' EUCALYPTI'EXTRACT is.in use at hospitals and medical clinicB all over the globs; patronised by His Majesty the King of Italy ; crowned with medals and diplomas at International Exhibition, Amster dam. Trust in this approved article and reject all

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Bowral Football Club. ANNUAL BALL. AN UNDENIABLE SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 5 June 1901

Bowral Football Club. ANNUAL BALL, AN UNDENIABLE SUCCESS. 1 he dancing season was usnercu hi m the School of Arts, Bowcal, on Monday night last, when between 60 and 70 couples put in an appearance at a Plain and Fancy Dress Ball in aid of the local foot ball Club, which was a pronounced suc cess. No doubt, Monday (Duke of York's Birthday) was the Footballers' day out, for they not only had their ball on at night but also an exciting football match with the Marcus Clark (Sydney) Football Club, who put in appearance at night (at the invitation of the Bowral Football Committee) to help swell the record at tendance, and for which they were greet ed. The weather was delightful, and enabled visitors from neighbouring towns to attend. The hall was exquisitely decorated with ferns, flags, etc., while hanging from the middle of the room was a large Japanese umbrella and a Chinese lantern, adding the desired effect to the appearance of the hall. The decorations were left in the capable hands ...

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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 5 June 1901

ITEMS OF INTEREST! • [ Moss Vale Council hns promised to sup port pass's claims to the Federal capital. For Children's Hacking Cough at night, WoodB* Great Peppermint Cure. 1/G.. A father and his three sons and assistant have been lynched in California for horse stealing. • The King has reduced the number nf paohaplaius of the Royal household from 86 86 to 12. Over 10,000 designs for the Federal flag and 3000 designs for tho Federal seal .have been sent in. The bodies of 35 infants have beeni ^dis covered on the premises of an undertaker in Birmingham. . Kiama and Shoalhaven have beeli merged into one electorate under the . name of Kiama-Nowra. . There are nearly 1000 men on strike* in' the iron trade, but the total number affected by the trouble is over 2000. r; Trooper Heydon of Buhgendore has been appointpd orderly to the Duke of York dur ing his stay in New South Wales. No date ha3 been fixed for the dissolution of Parliament, but the Premier states that it will take place early...

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THE INDUSTRIAL FARMS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 5 June 1901

THE INDUSTRIAL FARMS. The Minister for Works has determined to ask parliament to sauction the experiment of au industrial farm upon crown lauds, and not to able it to purchase any private estate for that purpose. With that object in view lie will request.the Minister for Lands to Bet aside a-number of blbelts in districts, where'good land can be obtained, and in- - . tending.settlers will be sent to clear to clear it and otherwise prepare it for settlement. Whr-re roads or railways are to bo built near tlin farms, the men will be given four days' work par-week, and thus be Enabled to de vote two days par week to the working of the farm. This will help thorn'to. establish their homes, and at the same time to. keep1 their wives and families in fond and shelter - till they eau obtain the proceeds of the sale of their crops. The farms will, however, be laid out as near railway lines as possible," so as to give tho settlers a fair chance of getting their 'produce tj market. Tho minister ...

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

DOME STIC LOVE. ; " I never," says Wendell Holmes, " saw a garment too fine for.'a maii o'r'a maid ; there never was a chair too good'for a cobbler, or a cbnper, or a King to sit in ; never a liriuse too fine to shelter the human head.',' These eleiiienta about us—tho glorious sun, itn-" perial moon—are not too good for the hnman race. Elegance fits man ; but do. we'not value these tools a little more than they are worth, and sometimes mortgage a "house for the mahogany we bring iufco it ? " I would rather eat, my dinner off the head of a barrel, or dress after the fashion of John the Baptist in the wilderness, or sit on a block all my life, than consume all all on myself before I get a home, and take so much pains with the outside when the inside wa'i hollow as an empty nut. • "Beauty is a great thing ; but beauty of garment, house, and furniture are tawdry ornaments compared with the dompstio love. All the elegance in the world will not make a home; and I would give more for a spo...

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Points by Penman. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 5 June 1901

Points by Penman. The respondent id a celebrated divorce case is now a private barmaid iu a sea-side snbuib. - Walker Gregory is a professor of geology at the Melbourne University, and Gregory Walker is a judge of the Suprome Court of N.S.W. Tho reporters have not yet mentioned whether the Duke is a silent sleeper or a Royal enorer. This oversight is remark able considering every other aspect of the " copyful " visitor is loyally related. As Mr. O'Sullivan is the hero of the toilers, his colleague, Mr. Crick, is the bright hope and great expectation of the settlers small and largo. These two minis ters are the towers of strength to the See administration. Louise Mack, the clever penwoman who contributed the ladies' letter to the Bulletin, is one of 13 in a Wesleyan clergyman's family. The yonng lady has joined the London press. A novel from her pen will be published shortly. The "democratic" "Daily Telegraph" is defending the interests of the private banhr ing institutions of the Co...

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

3 ! TO BE READY, TWO ! ! TO BE STEADY, THREE!!! TO BE OFF— TO herford's, BOWRAL. Full Consignments of WINTER STOCK are to hand, and now selling rapidly. Ladies' Beaver Cloth Jackets. Girls''Jackets and Cloaks.. Children's Pelisses arid Warm Coats. FLANNELETTES—the best range and t!he soundest value we have ever been able to offer. FLANNELS—Welsh, Saxony, New Zealand Greys, &c. SHEETINGS and CALICOES Ladies' Cravenette ■ Mackintoshes,, Double-breasted. New Umbrellas. Fur Necklets in 6 different kinds and prices. DRESS STUFFS, 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 and for the cold winds. IIORSE RUGS. COW RUGS. BLANKETS a speciality, from 7/- to 30/- per pair. Men's Jerseys, Boys' Jerseys, Crimean Shirts. D. RUTHERFORD, AR GYLE HOUSE, ^BOWRAL. DR. CRAWFORD, Dentist,-— — L /TAT BE CONSULTED AT THE 'TOWN M HALL, BOWRAL. Late assistant t...

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

House-Painting, PAPER-HANGING, DECORATING. Picture Frames of every descrip tion made to order. All Workmanship Guaranteed. An E. LEES §bof>: TYLerrigang Street, (Opposite Milton Hous, Bowral). 589 Many Pounds a year saved by Buying at Haig and Co's. Colin Ferguson, VIOLINIST. VISITS BOWBAL every TUESDAY and PAID Al'. For Terms, Ac., apply, Mr. Ebb. Davis, Bong IJong-street. ' 276 fWr. Cecif Ccmpton. Pupxls Eeceived or Visited iu Bowral and District. PIANOFORTE, ORGAN, AND SINGING Candidates prepared for College and University Examinations in Theoretical and Practical Music. Address : Post Office, Bowkal. 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 Favofite 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 Liquors. Good Stabling. N...

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

, For Chronic Clipslf Complaints, Woods'" Great Peppermint Cure. 1/0. BOWRAL FRUIT SHOP—as* ePPOSXTB Post.Office,' BowraU: • The. o&V. an& most vnnea stocTrbut^ of'^ydnoy. *CaU and see our show. ' ' . • ' ■ H. T.' HOP\VOOI>, 95-13 Manager. ' 'M, WHITE,: FAMILY BUTCHER, 1-Iod.clle - St., Robertson. ORDERS CALLED FOR AND PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO. 760 ' MAEEKINCr DINING ROOMS, lrs.C.S.Ousi|§ng, Having taken.over the Business recently carried on by Mrs. A. Beattie, lias removed to more. Commodious , Premises ' - Opposite Rutherford's, Bong Bong-street. Choicest Fruit and Confectionery .' always on hand. REFRESHMENT DEPARTMENT. Special attention will be given to. this'Department. ! i . .. . Hot Dinners Daily. . .. Special Room, for Ladies, v. iDDW'aras'nrcroBr. MR. H. aONES,, (Late Asst. to Dr. Magnus, Sydney, Dentist to His Excellency, the Governor,. Argyle-St., MOSS VAW3. • BEGS to intimate to the Inhabitants of Moaa Vale and the Berrima District that he iH prepared to...

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COST OF AN ARTIFICIAL MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 5 June 1901

• . COST OP AN ARTIFICIAL MAN. A Geiuian surgeou .has in his service an old military man who has neither arms nor le»&, and half of whoso face , was carried , away by-a shell in the war of 1870. The veteran wears a metallic maslcj which baa been so skilfully adjusted to his face that ha still retains some semblance to humanity, aurl has preserved his sight. The doctor has calculated how much it won hi cost, to make ail artificial man. • He estimates, we learn from the "British Medical'Journal," that a pair of arms cost £18, or with the hands articulated about £35, a pair of legs also articulated costs about £28, a false nose in metal from £16 to £20. For £26 he be lieves that' he could get a pair of ears just like Nature's handiwork, fitted with arti ficial ear drums and resonators. A com plete set of. tenth with plate in- platiuum costs from £8 to £18, and for a, good pair of eyes about £G would have to be paid. Thus the total cost of restoring a battered veteran who has lo...

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

A SURE CURB FOR CROUP. Twenty-five Tears' Constant Use. without a Failure. The first indication of croup is hoarseness, and in a child subject to that disease may be taken as n suro sign of the approach of an attack. Following tljia hoarseness-is a peculiar rough cough. If Chamberiain'B Cough Remedy is given as soon as the child becomes hoarse, or even nfier the croup cough appears, it will prevent, the uttaolc. It is-, used in many thousands of homes in this broad land and never disappoints the anxious mothers. Wo have yet to Icam of a sinule instance in which it has not proved effectual. No other preparation oan show such a record - twenty-five years' const mt use with out a failure. For salo by Mr. 1). Morgan, chemist, Bowral. -

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

MOSES JONES, VETERINARY LIVERY STABLES, " Eltliam," Merrigang-st., next to Fire Station. Cabs, Sociables, Sulkies, Buggies, Ladies' and Gent's Hacks. Victoria Carriage for Visiting, Invalids, &c. Weddings attended. Picnic Parties taken to any part of the District and Coast. The only four-in-hand DRAG in the town, and BEST IN THE DISTRICT. All trains met, and. Telegsams promptly attended to. Beautiful Teeth. CX.3QA.Iff SWEET BltEATU One of tho greatest educators of tho day lays stress on the fact that the tooth-brush is a powerful faotor in civilisation. Certainly some credit must bo given to Tootll Powder, for anybody knows how unpleaBant the uso of a- plain brush iB without, some powder or dentriiicc. MORGAN'S TOOTH POWDER is impalpubly fino—Nothing iB left to scratch tho enamel. It makes tooth-brushing a pleasure—you: never forget to do it. It cleans the teeth, mouth, and gums. It is antiseptic, und so assists in tbo arrest and prevention o£ decay. l?oul breath ia too ofte...

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

READ WHAT - VITADATIO - IS DOING. CONsijMPTION Can be Cured. Read What Mr. Fred Stevenson Says VITADATIO Ha& Done for Him. Dungog, July 17, 1900. Mr. S. A. PALMEB. Dear Sir,—For over two years I suffered from what the doctors here told rae was Consumption, and during that time I suffered considerably, and could not get any relief. Seven times I broke a bloodvessel, and gave up all hope of recovery. The doctors told me they could not do me any good, and gave me up. It was then that I heard of VITA.D A. TIO, and I determined to try it. The first bottle did me a deal of good, and after taking twelve bottles I can now say I ain quite cured. Twelve months ago I weighed under nine stone, and to-day I was weighed at your representative's request, and was just ten stone eight pounds, and am now work ing on the roads as maintenance man, and well able to do a hard day's work as well as I could years ago. I am well-known here, and will do all in my power to pursuade others who are suff...

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Wilde's Meadow. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 June 1901

Wilde's Meadow. A mbktivo of the footballeis was held at .the Hotel, ■Wilde's Meadow, on Saturday night last, Mr. J. lJ. Kenn.y was voted to tlio chair, and explained that the meetirg was oalled for tbo appointment of oilicerH; the preliminary meeting which was hold some time buck had only dealt with the. appoint ment of delegates to (ho union. It was decided tliut no alteration was required in the delegates and committee, with the exception of Mr, M. Bresnahun, who could not attend, Mr. Jas. Uresnahun being elected to fill his place. Mr. J. P. Kenny was ap pointed vioe-president of the Berritua - Ciin den union. The officers for the. present year were then olected os follows:—Pro - sidont, Mr. Thos. Kenny; vice-presidents, Messrs. S. MoBaron, H. Carriolt, M. Brcena han. and P. Walsh ; selection committee, Messrs. .T. ^Brcshahan, P. Walsh and J. Scery; secretary and treasurer, Mr. 1C. Kenny.. After some further dis cussion it-was unanimously decided to'hold a ball in the Gammrtoii h...

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ROBERTSON DAIRY CO. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 June 1901

ROBERTSON DAIRY CO. The hull-yearly mooting ol. the shareholders ol the Bobertson Dairy Co. was held in tho Schoot of_ Arts on Friday evening last, there being present" Messrs. J. Curtis (chairman of tho directors), pre siding, M. E. llindmarsh, E. Williams, M. Hanra lian, J. Gilroy, H. Taylor, L. MoCauley, 0. Harris, W. Bell, J. T. Hall, W. E. Hiniimnreh, H. Bell, J. Marshall, George Wilson, R. Eyears, A. Schuhmann, J. T. Stone, W. Clarke, and R. (i. Ferpuspn (secretary). The minutes ol the last half-yearly meeting were read and adopted. The Secretary then read the half-yearly report and balance, sheet, which was adoptedI nn the motion of the chairman,'seconded by Mr James Gilroy. Thero boing no other business to transact at this meeting, it tvas closed with the usual vote of thanks.

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A. AND H. SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 June 1901

A. AND H. SOCIETY, -j The first .meeting of the new com mil too of the llbbertsnn A. and . H. Society, was held in , the School of Art* on Thursday, evening., there... being -present—J. T. Hayter (ohair), M. E. Hindm'nisIi.'B. ."WilHams, XV. Noble, F. Bursill, J. OnrM*. "J, ."tT. Stone, \V. Graham, H. Hell, J. Gilroy, W. KiiklaiiiJj W. "Stone, M. HuuiuUun, and It. G. Ferguson CoiTCPpomlence. From United Agricultural Society of N.SW., so liciting tlip oo-operiiti.iii of this society, tlio fee for which m £2 <!ti, ami a dfilegaie to' he appointed to represent the Society it the annual conference to he held in Julv.—Decided not to join at present. Prom secretary .Mr. F. B. "Webster's testimonial committee, solioiting a donation for a testimonial to be presented to that gentleman.—Decided not to contribute. The insurunco premium of £1 3 was passed for payment. . The following officers wore then appointed for the ensuing year: — Patron,'Mr. \V.; it. llindmarHh, sen., J.P.: pre...

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BAND OF HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 June 1901

BAND OF HOPE. The usual mooting of tha Band of Hopo was hold in tlio Woaleyan Church last Monday evening. The Bev. I?. J. Branch presided. The following pro gramme was successfully rendered Opening hymn, company; recitation, iUftriy Todd; reading, Mr. Jonos's Little Mistake, It." Graham; chorus, The Sparrow on the Tree, children ; solo and chorus, Many a Son, 0. Williams; recitation, Twenty - Times a Day, Maggie Todd ; recitation, His First and Only Glass, Ida Summerfield ; solo and chorus, Massa'a in de cold, cold Ground, M. Clnrk; read ing, Greek and Greek, David Dennis; solo, My Mother, E'anny Todd ; duoi, Whispering Hope, Mis Bes Wearne and Aubrey ; solo, The Child's Good night, Flo. Graham; reading, Knock a House Down, Mr. Dennis ; chorus, The Snow-man, chil dren ; dialogue, The Doctor's Prescription, Q. McDonald, Nellie Warby, Fanny Todd, Millio Clark; recitation, The Laughing Philosopher, Glad dis Graham j ronding, The Boys' Opinion on liabies, Beg. Wearne ; solo, Sho Wore a ...

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