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

House-Painting, PAPER-HANGING, DECORATING. JPieture Frames of every descrip tion made to order, All Workmanship Guaranteed. A. E. LEES £5 bop: 7V\errigang Street, (Oppasito Milton Hons, Bowial). Many Pounds a year $aved by Buying at Haig and Co's. Colin Ferguson, VIOLINIST, VISITS BOWBAL every TUESDAY and FRIDAY. For Terms, <&c., wiplv.' Mr. Ebb. Davis, Dong Bong-street. 276 5Wr. Gcif Compion. Pupils Received or Visited in Bowral and District, PIANOFORTE, ORGAN, AND SINKING, ' .Candidates prepared for College and University Examinations in Theoretical antl; Practical Music. Address : Post Office, Bowral, 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 Liquors. G...

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

It's football that works up the muisole, And gives a man plenty of daab, It's kick, it's scrum and it's bustle, A.nd a goa'eral looking for lash.' In the good old bunt for the leather, When a oold you may have to endure, Yon will soon pull youi'Belf together . With Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOW SOME OLD AGE PENSIONERS LIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 June 1901

HOW SOME OLD AGE PENSION EES LIVE. A CabtiiEmaine (Vic.) telegram to the "Mel bourne " Age " says: On Friday, Sergeant Armstrong, acting under instructions from the Premier, accompanied by the Bev. G. Pennioott, incumbent of Christ Ohurch ; Mr. J. Tolstrnp, superintendent of the local benevolent asylum, and representatives of the press, visited the haunts of old age pen sioners to ascertain if the statements marie by Mr. Mitchell at a meeting of the benevo lent asylum committee as to the conditions under which the old men and women were, living were oorrect. The first place visited was a miserable hut, in which two pensioners were camped. The eldest, who was aged 83, and was total ly blind, was being looked after by another pensioner aged 61. They are receiving 17s between them. They had kerosene cases for tables and chairs, and straw to sleep on, and altogether presented a wretched ap pearance, crouching over a miserable-look ing fire. These, with another old woman, who was shortly...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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VON KETTELER'S SLAYER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 June 1901

VON KETTELER'S SLAYER. The murderer of Baron von Kefcfcelar, the German Minister, was beheaded ou Jauuary 2 in Hatamau-street, tbe principal thorough fare of Pekin. The execution, which was under German supervision, took place at the busiest hour of the day. A great crowd was present. German troopa kept order. The murderer was made to kneel on bis bands and knees iu the middle of the street, and be was kept in this position for half an hours awaiting the arrival of the Ger man officers, who wanted to see the execu tion, In. the meantime the executioner, eword in hand, and his assistant stood be side tbe condemned man. They each wore bloody clothes. The pair had just officiat ed at eight other killings, and did not have time to wash. The man who was so short ly to die was cheerful duriug the period of waiting. He laughed heartily several times. He said that his name was an honoured one, and that be was an honest man. Upon the arrival of the German officers the assistant executioner m...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Bowral Council. THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1901. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 June 1901

B.owral Council. Xnmt-iuY, Jun'u G, 1901. Pbesent: Aid. Cliristie (Mayor), R. S. Mackenzie, T. Mathewson, F. B. Kyngdon, Jos. Stokes, M. iiice, antl H. M. Oxley. • • ./ Correspondence.; • ~ From Yasa Federal League, acknowledging with gratification tli3 receipt of tlio letter from tTie Bowral council stating its willingness to co-operate in the endeavour to obtain the Federal Capital at that place. From railway commissioners ro sanitary matters at the railway station.. S.uoh would be attended: to. Aid., Stokes thought the inspectors should be infcnr viowed as they pass through Bowral, as a. numbor of matters in connection with the station need at tention.—A. leiler to bo written to the department asking that'the counijil'be notified of; the: time; of visit, i 'f " ' ' " i ' From Mittngong eouncil in reply to a letter from Bowral ro cutting down Gib hill road, and stating that that council was malting inquiries regarding the matter, and would notify the Bowral oounoil ot results. Fro...

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A GREAT UPROAR. At Bowral Council Meeting. The School Water Again. An Alderman Charges the Teachers With Disreputable and Fiendish Conduct. And Another Says Calling for Tenders only a Blind. Strong Statements. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 June 1901

A GREAT UPROAR. At Bowral Council Meeting. , The School Water Again. An Alderman Charges the Teachers With Disreputable and Fiendish Conduct. And Another Says Catling for Tenders only a Blind. Strong Statements. At tho Bowrnl Council meolin'-' on Thursday even ing list excitement was nt its highest' pitch. The public school water was very flinch concerned in tho ! uproar, and tho ten oher.i were" rut her seriously im plicated. Officialdom regarding replies to corres pondence was taken exception to; Wo mittht safely Bfty' tliat this was tho liveliest meeting our newly elected mayor (Aid. J. M. Christie) has h id control of since his appointment. Each alderman had his fling, in fact many times over, so much so that points of order wore almost out of tho question, and Bome indulged in rnther strong assertions.. Before Aid. Mackenzie was called on to move his notices of motion. Aid. Itice said that as (lit* matter concerning tha public school water vtns under investigation it would bo u...

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Trooper Denmead. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 June 1901

Trooper HesimeadL The following extracts are from a letter received by Mrs. Den mead, Merrigang street,-, Bowral, from her son, Trooper Percy Denmead (late of Bowral), who left Sydney on the 24th March for South. Africa, The letter was written on board the .tioopship Ranee, on which vessel he- , was engaged as assistant storekeeper. "Monday, April:22nd. . "We are very near. Capetown, and' will get in to-morrow (Tuesday; April 23) after 30 days of it. I shall be as pleased as Punch when I get on land, but I have enjoyed the trip immensely. We had a jolly time on board, sports and several' concerts.. We had' lovely weather all through, and only lost 11 horses/ ' That was very good as the poor brutes were on; their- legsthe whole time, and could not even lie down. I had a fine time last Sunday barbering the men and shaving, them. "Tuesday, 23rd.—We got into Cape town this morning, and the plague was too bad for us to land so we were ordered to Durban," five days'sail from here. We took...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 June 1901

NOTES AND GOHNTS. Tub Royal festivities aro over, and Sydney oarnivai is now a thing of the past. Tho expenditure in tho metropolis both by the State and tho publio has been greats Tho largo section of the latter, saved' up by not paying butchers and bakers; and as for tho State, tho government is jubilant over tho elasticity of the revenue and the surplus it yields. The publio, however, fails to understand where tho monies como from, and recollects that when a gono ral election is imminent, very pleasing fairy tails aro usually current about a surplus. The departure of the Duko and Ducho33 gives riso to a fouling of relief from the great responsibility for their safe keeping which rests with cacli Stata they visit, and the granted caro hat been oxoroiaocl over them. Tho thought is incomprehensible how anyone could wish injury to the heir to tho throno of Britannia, or that nny section of the people in our midst could stand aside without address, word of welcome, or expression of lo...

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

The best msdioino known is SANDI5K & SONS EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Teat its eminent powers ful effects in coughs, colds, influenza, the relief is instantaneous. In serious cases, and accidents of all kinds, be they wounds, burns, ecaldings, bruises, sprains, it is the safest remedy—no swelling—no inflammation. Like surprising effects produced in croup, diptheria. bronchitis, inflammation of lungs, swelling, &a., diarrhoea, dysentery, diseases of kid neys and urinary organs. SANDER AND SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT is in use at hospitals and medical clinics 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 others. *

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

ONE ! TO BE READY, TWO ! ! TO BE STEADY, THREE !!! TO BE OFF— TO Rutherford's, ... BOWRAL. Full Consignments of WINTER STOCK al"e to hand, and now selling rapidly. Ladies' Beaver Cloth Jackets. Girls' Jackets and Cloaks. Children's Pelisses and Warm Coats. Ladies' Cravenette Mackintoshes, Double-breasted. New Umbrellas. Fur Necklets in 6 different kinds and prices. FLANNELETTES-the best range and the soundest value we have ever been able to offer. FLANNELS—Welsh, Saxony, New Zealand Greys, &c. SHEETINGS and CALICOES 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. HORSE RUGS. COW BUGS. BLANKETS a speciality, from 7/- to 30/- per pair. Men's Jerseys, Boys' Jerseys, Crimean Shirts. D. RUTHERFORD, ARGYLB HOUSE, BOWRAL. DR. CRAWFORD, Dentist, L/TAY BE CONSULTED AT THE TOWN VI HALL, BOWBAXi. Late assistant to Mr...

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

Troubles. Tiieiie are all kinds of troubles. 1. Tho South African war 9. Tho Bowral soliool water. ;i. Tho wind blowing bo eloquently over Bowral this couple of days, with a taste of the Kiandra snow (two feet deep), and blowing off half Mr. Moses Jones's now stablo roof,—or rather sliding it down, ready to bo lifted up again at leisure, .also blowing off and losing a lady's hat. And putting moro dust and feathers in tho Echool tanks. . - 4. Tho " K.B." title offcrod by tho Duke to Messrs. See and Peacock, and refused by them, be cause they thought it should have been nothing loss than a " IC.C.M.G." 5. Tho flro at Ingleburn on Thursday morning, dostroying the railway station. G. The iron trado striko in Sydney—no nearer settlement, and 2000 people interested, besides others; Including the gas engino nt St. Judo's ohurah, Bowral, which would havo been blowing the organ by now if the works had not blown 00 steam. 7. Tho State goneral elections—a month's troubles for loquacious candid...

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BOWRAL PUBLIC SCHOOL WATER SUPPLY. Mr. Oxley's Charges Investigated. Third Day Tuesday, June 4. AFTERNOON SITTING. CONCLUSION OF INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 June 1901

BOWRAL PUBLIC SCHOOL WATER SUPPLY. Mr. Oxley's Charges Investigated. Third Day Tuesday, June 4. AFTERNOON SITTING. CONCLUSION OP INQUIRY. The inquiry into the condition of the wator used at the Bowral Superior Public School was concluded on Tuesday afternoon last. Present: Mr. Distriat Inspector W. H. Johnson (conducting the inquiry), Mr. H. M. Oxley (who had formulated the charges), Mr. T. Bonynge (Head master, at whoso desire the inquiry was held), Alder man R. S. Mackenzie (representing the by-law coro raittcc of the council), and representatives of the Ttovnal-ani Robert son Free Press and the Southern ( Mail. Mr. Bauer said : My children told me that they were called upon to give evidence, but without roy j consent. I object to thoir ovidenee being taken be fore a tribunal of this kind on the ground ihnt they were too young, afraid of the tencliers, and did not know why they were called. They were afraid of being beaten or sent to gaol. They have lived in the country nearly all...

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

Ali. who suffer from weak digestion should eat Rutherford's raalt bread, it is highly recommended. Ask for cart to call.:—* For Children's Hacking Congb at night, Wouds' Great Peppermint Cure. 1/6.

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Bowral & Robertson Free Press. Saturday, June 8, 1901. ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 June 1901

Bowral & Robertson Free Press. Saturday, June 8, 1901. ITEMS OF INTEREST All Ratowaya leading to the Glebe will be closed for 24 hours on Monday, June 20. See advt. An advertisement noti6es that John Upton has recommenced brickmaking at the Bunnymedo brick yards, Burradoo. A kiln of splendid quality now ready. Eev. M. Maddern's subject for to-morrow night is "Bishop Chalmers, the New Guinea missionary martyr." The rainfall in Bowral during the past fire months is as follows—January, 3-12 points ; Febru ary, 50 points; Maroh, 365 points; April, 259 points ; May, 80 points. By a reference in our religious column it will bo noticed that the Sector of St. Jude's preaches to morrow evening on the subject of " Christianity and foretelling." The Church News states that refer ence will be made to palmistry and spiritualism, Ac. We take the following from the Sydney " Daily Telegraph "—" Death—Wellfohd.—On May 29, of wounds received at Vlaltfontein, South Africa, Sur geon Captain Fra...

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Y.W.C.A. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 June 1901

Y,W.e.A. An address from the Young Women 8 Christian Association of New South Wales was presented on Monday last to Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Cornwall an I York, by Miss Krenoh. Miss Rennie and Mrs. E. H. Sully, and Mrs. Alex. Gloodlet of the Sydney Asnociation. The address was in a pen and inlc design, illuminated with Australian flowers, and was executed by Beatrice Fulierton. It was bound by John Sands. ' The following is the text of the .address :— . . ■ - " To her Royal Highness the Duchess of Cornwall and York,—Madam, we, the Young Women's Chris tian Association of New South Wales, represent ing nhout lOOQ'members, desire to offer to your Royal Highness a loyal and liuartfolt weloorae on your arrival amongst ur. Though shadowed by tho sorrow which has falien upon the Empire by thelamentod death of our beloved Qaeen, we look forward with joy to your sojourn hero, be lieving that it will do much to cement the ties that bind us to the motherland, and will strengthen in ou...

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Glenquarry. CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 8 June 1901

Olenquarry. (from our correspondent). CONOKRT. A very sucoossful concert was hold Iioro on Friday ' evening, 31st ultimo. For some time tho friends of the ltov. D. T. Smith (u'bo lina a largo district under his control, which means much travelling), havo unanimously oorae to tho conclusion tlrat the journey may bo made moro pleasant, and travelling more comfortable, if their pastor had an up-to-date vchiolo. With this objoet in view tho above conoert was initiated in this corner of tho parish, with tho result that £5 18s was taken. The expen ses of lighting, printing, elo. leave a nctt balanco of £5 7b 6d, which is highly gratifying to all who assisted. Efforts are, wo understand, being made in othor oontrea of tho parish to raiso funds for 'the same purpose, and it is eonlidontly oxpoctod that a sufficient sum will bo raised to purchase a really ser viceable vehicle and horses. Tho church was tastofully decorated by TVlr. Colo, Miss Cole, and Miss Olark. l'lowers not being plen tif...

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

gave Money BUY OF HAIG & CO. TOa© Cash TFra>si©:s*s. NEW WINTER GOODS NOW ON SALE. . . FULL STOOK, . . Special 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 Bordered and Fringed Table Cloths—the largest size is only 3/9. These are cheap at double the money—absolutely ilie best value in .AAistralia. Don't miss these. We would like to see every house in this district supplied with one or more of these cloths, because they are the best valne we have seen during our 25 years'exper ience of the trade. —I*x*ic© only 3s. Qd* ■ Also on sale from the same works, Ladies' and Gent's Handkerchiefs, Loom Damask Sideboard Covers, D.'Oyleys, etc. Splendid value, and at prices that cannot" be beaten in Australia. rsro'sjas "jrascaES .a.:e»:h»:£&:e3S^ = fitaig and Co.. . The Cash Traders, GL...

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

. Nearly £8000 was spent on preparations for the opening of the Federal Parliament and the State concert at ni^ht. Of this amount Victoria pays only one-third. , . Wade's Worm Figs are most effective. I GLildreu thrive afte.r taking tliem. Piico Is.

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Bundanoon. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 12 June 1901

Bundanoon. The slow monotony of winter lias settled down in earnest in the tawnship, and the villagers themselves have become quite reconciled to the change, for the Spring was indeed a busy season. The spell was broken last week by the removal of Mr. W. S. Nicholas'and family from the railway station to the Hawkesbury River,' where Mr. Nicholas takes up his duties as station masten Mr. Holland is his successor at Bundanoon, and commenoed work on Wed nesday last. • •- •

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The Bowral Public School Water. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 12 June 1901

The Bowral Public School Water Sin,—Having heard accidentally yesterday afternoon' thai the tanks were being cleaned out, I went to the school with Mr. W. Savell to • look ht. tiiem. We found that three had been cleaned out,' the boyB' and two girls' tanks. We were lold oy the work people that the sediment was almost lavel with the taps, and that after the water had been* drawn oil nix buckets of Rmiitiiuut wme taken out of one girls' tank six out of the other, and four outr of the boys' or filter tank. We inspected the sed iment. which had been thrown out in the school ground. It consisted of thick green and black slime full of rotten leaven, dead locusts, &c. It was-so solid that I had no difficulty in handling it with a spade. These are the tanks that Mr. Bnnynge now - suys have been either cleaned or swilled out, the boys' tank as recently as last Easter.. The. work could not have been done very satisfactorily. Tho louusts appeared to be full of dead maggots, and were em...

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