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

ROBERTSON NEWS. (from our correspondent). The weather during tho past week hna boon very rough—hoavy froala first, and afterwards strong wes terly galea and olouda o! dust. Owing to the heavy frosts all green foddor crops are destroyed. Even oats, which in other seasons stand tha frosts fairly well, havo been in many eases cut down and scalded. The Lancors say thoir late trip to Sydney is tho best thoy have had.

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 June 1901

MOSES JONES, VETERINARY LIVERY STABLES, " Eltliam," Mcrrigang-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, CXiS^lZO- i3*S:S3i!Z7^;. SWEET BBXI^.TIiC One of the greatest educators of the day lays Btres9 on the fact that the tooth-brush is a powerful faotor in civilisation. Certainly Rome credit must be given to Tootll S'oWllcr, for anybody knows how unpleasant the use of a plain brush is without Bomo powder or dentrifico. MORGAN'S TOOTH POWDER is impalpubly fine—Nothing is lett to scratch the enamel. It makes tooth-brushing a pleasure—you never forget to do it. It cleans the teeth, mouth, and gums. It is antiseptic, and so assists in the arrant and prevention of deoay. Foul brea...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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A Voiceless World. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 June 1901

A Voiceless World. BY A BANKEB. Looking back through the long, Sim vista of the past to that far off raon, the~third "day" of creation when that absolute neobssifcy of modern civilisation—coal—was; in process of formation,we see a very different world'to the beautiful and diversified scene whioh our planet now presents. Althougb the cooling down of the earth had consider ably advanced, as yet the internal heat) still maintained the crust at a temperature sufficient to cause perpetual mists to rise' from the waters, still therefore totally obsonring the sun aud moon. But notwith standing the absence of that life-sustaining luminary, a considerable portion of the earth was densely covered with a vegetable growth, of a character far more luxuriant and exuberant than exists at the present "day;" The soil was one great hot bed, whereon grew with' extraordinary rapidity generation after generation of giant flower less plants; many of them gigantic varie ties of oar humble mosses and reeds...

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Roman Catholic Church. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 June 1901

Roman Catholio Church. Bowral 0, Bcrrima 11 Bev. Fr, Sheridan. Salvation Army. Barraoks, Oddfollowa' Hull, Bowral, 7 and 11 a.m. 3 and 7 p.m. Ensign Isabel Duiloll.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 June 1901

He Knows Whereof he Writes. An editor prints his paper to give his patrons the news of the day and for the money there is in it. He is presumed to know of what he writes, and he generally does. When be writes, as he does, in the Leader Courier, Osoeola Mills, Pa., without fee or hope of rewnrd, that "Chamberlain's Cough Remedy acta magically, and we have found none better in our household. If you have a cough, try it," it may may be acaepted as an honest expreanion, worthy of credence. For sale by Mr, D, Morgan, chemist, Bowral. The secret history of the coning HAM CASE. " THE BOOM CLASSIC OP THE CENTURY."' j THE ASTHOBISRD AND ILLUSTRATED ' VOLUME, The most remakable Book ever issued from the Australian press is nnquestionably the handsome and profusely illustrated volume entitled "The Secret History of the Coningh-tm Case. This i9 the work upon which the able-t writers in Sydney have been engaged for some time, and which bas taxed the resources of the publishing house. Astounding ...

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A STRANGE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 June 1901

A STRANGE CASE. A lad in the employ of Mr. Harold O'Brien, solicitor, Goulburn, complained last week of a swelling on the band. In appearance the lump was like a tumor, but did not cause tbe boy much iucocveuience. A day or two after its appearance the growth began to shed fragments of needles, and about twenty-five pieces were taken out in two days, and are tbe remains of at least half a dozen needles. How they got into the body is a mystery, as the boy cannot remember anything about them. Later news is to tbe effect that since Saturday lust the total of fragments has been increased to over 40, and the boy's hand is still very swollen. The two laBt pieces extracted form a complete needle. The needle is nearly three inches long and is of an unusual kind, and h is noteworthy that the domestic employed in the same house, Mr. Harold O'Brien's, as the boy had some of these needles in her possession, the inference of course being that the boy had an opportunity of getting needles of this...

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Presbyterian Church. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 June 1901

Presbyterian Church. Mittagong, Kov G A Gordon 11 liowral, Kov G A Gordon 3.30 and 7 Moss Vale, Rov Jioswell Borry 11 and 7 liurrawang, Bov Boswcll Berry 3

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From Everywhere. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 June 1901

From Everywhere. Justice Stephen says that the hesitancy of many juries in convicting prisoners who have been proved gailty beyond doubt, is a positive onconragement to the committal of crime. A banquet of" billionaires " is a recent New York sensation. Amongst the guests were Messrs. Morgan aud Carnegie, flushed with the conquest of the oountry by tho steel trust; Mr. Leither, Mr, Mark Hanna, Mr. Ohauncey, M. Depew, and other capitalists to the total number of 25. They are esti mated to have represented one half of the total wealth of America. The firing of a shell from a 110-ton gun costs £106—£86 for 9001b. of powder and £180 for the projectile. That is what it costs to " pull the trigger," but, as the 110 ton gun only stands 93 shots and costs £16,480 to make, the actual cost of each is £480. A thousand shots from each of these gans, which could bo fired in a few minutes, represent an expenditure equal- to the interest on eight and a half millions of money. For richly-dowered br...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 June 1901

" Good Wink Needs no Busn." But it cannot be too often pointed out that when you go to the city, there is one place—now recognise} na one of the " sights of the c'r.y "—that no matter how often you have been before, you should visit again ; that is the Oyolorama; for constant changes arc being made to meet the public demand, l'he latest addi tion is an excellent up-to-date Lumiero Cinemato graph, with a number of interesting and humorous Blum. The bull fight alone is worth the molest shilling that admits tho visitor to the Cyclorama and the host of side shows which h ive recently l>een added to this popular place of pastime and profit.— 734.

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Primitive Methodist Church. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 June 1901

Primitive Methodist Chnroh. Bowral, Mr \V Layton 11, mid 7 • Bundanoon, llev A W t'aiton II nnd 7 Penrose, l'ev A W Parton 3

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W. C. T. U. (For the Young Folk.) A Palace in the land of Make-believe. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 June 1901

W. C. X. u. (For the Yonng Folk.) A Palace in the land of Make-believe. The following was found in no old penny exercise book, on (lie cover of which, iu a ohildiBb straggling hand, were written the words, " GladyB Clinton, age 12." I have corrected the somewhat eccentric spelling. " I often tell the children stories—about fairies and princesses, and knights and dragons—and Bobby and Sylvia say that they all live in the land of Make-Believo. Sometimes 1 tell the stories to them after I have put them to bed, bat we like best to sit round the breakfast-roam fire, but then there is only a fire in the breakfast room on extra special cold days. Of course it isn't my mother's fault that ooals are bo dread-? fully expensive. " My mother is lying down tins afternoon because her back aches, and I am going myself into the land of Make-believe. 1 am going to build for myself a Pahce Beautiful there, and everything in it shall be just lovely. You see in this world if-yoa can't have a thing you ...

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Wesleyan Church. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 June 1901

Wesleuan Chureh. Bowral, Supply 11, Kov M Mmldern 7 Mittafiong, licv SI Maddem 11, Supply 7 MosaVnlo, Supply 8 Hobortson, Bov F J Branch 7 Kangaloon, Kov F J Branch 11 Myra Vale, llev l'1 J Branoh 8

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 June 1901

For Chronic Cheat Complaints, Woods* Great. Pepporrnint Cure. 1/6. FAMILY BUTCHER, IIoddJLe - St., Robertson. ORDERS CALLED FOR AND PUNCTUALLY ,' ATTENDED TO. 760 MAFEKING DINING ROOMS. f Having taken over the Business recently carried on by Mrs. A. Beattie, Has removed to more Commodious Premises ':!J Opposite Rutherford's, Bong Bong-street. Choicest Fruit and Confectionery " always on hand. REFRESHMENT DEPARTMENT. Special attention will be given to this Department. . . Hot Dinners Daily. . *.J\ Special Room for Ladies. . 30EETTISTKY. MR. H. JONES, Dentist to His Excellency, tie Governor, Argyle-St., MOSS-VALE,. iEGS to intimate to the Inhabitants of Mo*b Yale nnd the Bnrriraa District that he is prepared to execute work in all branches of Denjis- . try equal to the leading Sydney Dentists, at Strictly ' Moderate Charges. Mr. Jones regularly receives from Ameiica the latest improiemenis in Dimtistry. an-.l spares 110 ex pense to secure the'comfort of his patient.-'. Painless Extrac...

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SERVICES TO-MORROW. Church of England. SR. SIMON AND JUDE, BOWRAL. First Sunday after Trinity. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 June 1901

SJSJIVICES TO-MORBOVV. Church of Ennland. BR. SIMON AND .TtlDK, TMWflATi* First Sunday after Trinity. Divino services b a.m. (uoly Uomraumon), XX a.m., and 7 p.m. livening Subject: Cl>viBtianity and foretelling. Prcncher, tho Rector, WINOECAUIIIDIIBE. ' . East Kangnloon 11, ltoberisou 3, Buttawang 7.30 Kcv. D. T. Smith.

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GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 June 1901

GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR JUNE. Bs A. Imndsdowne, Gnulbum. Tnra very dry May in this district, similar to two years ago, has kept book all garden and /arm culti vation. The severe frosts and cold are what we ex pected, and a severe winter is likely. All land should be broken up roughly to sweeten it, and kill inaectB, &c. AU heavy wort of draining, trenching, and manuring, Bliould be completed. Thcro will not bo much growth in anything. Cold windB, froBts, and soma snow may bo laolcd for, and good rains, especially latter part of month. Kitchen Garden.—Sow onions, cabbage, peas, let tuce, raddish, broad beans, leek, Brussels sprouts, Ac. Plant out BBparagns, rhubarb, and other roots. Dress and manure asparaguB and rhubarb beds. Field.—Sow oats, rye, barley, wheat, peas, cab bage, rye grass prairie, cocksfoot, and lucerne, with shelter crop. Orchard.—Prune and manure trees. Plant out young trees. Burn or bury all rubbish. Drain, trench, &o. In new plantations lot ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 June 1901

BOWRAL AND ROBERTSON TREE PRESS, 2/- per quarter in advance. BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM. STENOGRAPHY. W. BEER is prepared to rcceivQ pupils 1 for SHORTHAND. j Particulars and ieruis on application -at Gffico of 'This Paper. - 2G8 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 DIRECTORS. ft. 3. COHEN Esq., Chairman. Hon. (T. E. KAl'Ett, M.rj.C., Deputy Chairman. Bon. HENRY MOSES, M.Ij.C. Hon. RICHARD JONES, M.L.C. EDWARD KNOX, Esq. GK.NEU.Ui MANAGER. T. A DIB1JS, Esq. AUDITOK8. E. S. CAPE, Esq , and W. h. DOCKER, Esq. BRANCHES in New South Wales and Queens land. Agencies throughout the world. Bowral Branch, 6AYIN GEORGJJ, Manager. :R as merciful,to bis Beast. 'Tho cold nights are with us. If yon are wise you Will protect your HOUSES AND COWS with talso Rugs made to order for either Horses or Cows. Horse Clippers, Dandy Brushes, Body Brushes, Curry Comb?, S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 June 1901

BOWBAIi MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. | Meets every alternate Thursday, at the Council Chambers, at 7.30 p.m. Clerk's office hours are s Tuesdays, from 10 to 12 a.m.; Wednesdays, 7 to 9 p.ra.: Fridays, 3 to 6 p.m. • Alderman J. M. Christie, Mayor. Mr. W. B. 3?arrow, council dork. Tea! Tea I! WE always iiave on band 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 Iwvo not tried our Tea, send for sample, free on .application. Wo have the Flavoring Tea in lib,, 21b, and 51b. boxes. Price—5/pBr lb. ,; (No Agent Employed.) J. A. EV30Y & 00. 5'15 George-street, Sydney. T. B. Dunwoodie, Monumental Mason, BOW 11AL. 8241 The Live Upholsterer. W. STOKES IS still prepared to upholster your suite, or couch' or choirs; repair your furniture—polish, &o. makes Carpets, and cleans and Jays them as they should be; repairs the eun BhadeB ; fixes up the sewing machine; will re-cane your ch...

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Railway Information. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 June 1901

Railway Information. Pasbenseb trains arrive at TSowral 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 5.38 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 6.56 a.m. Sunday only, stops Mittagong and Strathfield only 7.3 a.m. daily, Sunday excepted. 8.29 a.m. daily, Sunday and Monday excepted, fitopB Mittagong and StratUfield only 8.31 a.m. Monday only, Btops Mittagong, Pioton, Granville, and Strath field onjy. 1.36 p.m. daily, Sunday excepted. r"

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The Duke's Reply. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 June 1901

The Duke's Reply. The following was tbe Duke of Cornwall and York's reply to tbe 25 addresses pre sented from various public bodies in Now South Wales on the occasion of tbe levee ia Sydney last Wednesday? " Gentlemen,—I sincerely thank you for yoar assurances of loyalty to tbe Throne and person of my dear father, his Majesty tbe King, to whom I shall communicate with out delay tbe dutiful sentiments contained in the addresses which you bave now pror sented to me. I am deepiy moved by your touching allusion to the memory of my be loved grandmother, our ever-lamented and layered Queen, whotbrongbout her long reign, watched with tbe deepest interest and plea sure ihe development of ber Australian colonies, and tbe general advancement and prosperity of their people. I am grateful beyond measure for tbe hearty welcome which you bave extended to the Duchess and myself on our arrival in New South Wales, and we shall always look back with I fee lings of pride and pleasure to the mag nifice...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 June 1901

•QUICKS.' BIUCICS. 15RICKS. John Upton lias recommenced Brickmaking. A kiln now ♦. ■" •'i.Y. Splendid quality. — Apply UPTON'S ii UICKYAJ1DS, Burrailoo. 821 •, £.; T. JUDE'S GLEBE, HOWRAL.-On MON . D DAY, Juno 10, nil GATISWAYS leudinR to the ■ G'.cbo will ba CLOSED lor '21 hours.—For tlio War dans and Parochial Council, F. B. KYNGDON. 822 WANTED TO KENT, on a five or ten years' lease, premises in Bowral suitablo for liU'i'GHER'S SHOP, with good rosidonce and plenty of yard room. Prefer as near to post-olTieo as possible. Apply J. W. NORMAN, Butcher, Moss Vale. STOLEN OR STRAYED. STRAYED from paddock near railway bridgo at Bong Bong River, a 2-.vcar-oId light roan HEIFER. No brand. £1 UK WARD will bo given ior such information as will Irad to a recovery if strayed ; and if stolen, £2 REWARD will bo Riven for such information as will lc.nl to the conviction of tlio offenders. Apply'to ,1. BOWDITCH, Laurel Park, Burradoo, from whom any further information may bo obtained, oral the Pol...

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