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W. C. T.U. "Wine is a Mocker." [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 April 1901

W. c. T.^tr. " Wine is a Mocker." i" Tiie Rev. CliarleB Garrett writes to no inquirer as follows :—" I thoroughly under stand your difficulty and shall be glad if I can help you. I have long had to face it, and it made me most uncomfortable. The difficulty .came to me on two sides. First, God made me tbo means of the conversion of • several who had been . drunkards. I know what every medical man knows, that their physiological condition was such that the very smell of strong drink was dangerous, and that a sip would bo like a spark among gnnpowdor. They wanted to come to the Table to prove their love to their Saviour,but I knew ono case where tho doing of this was his ruin, and Christ kept saying to me, " Destroy not him with; thy drink for whom I diod." When therefore they came to tho Table, I held the cup in my handi letting the wiue touch; their lips, but preventing their possibility of.a sip that might bo destruction. Then, again, I have ten-children, not one of .whom has .over ...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 April 1901

Have yod tiued Rutherford's malt bread ? It to i seif-digestive, and contains great nutriment. Send for a loaf.* "Good Wine Needs no Bosn." But it' cannot bo too often pointed out that when, you go to the city, there is one place—now recognised as one of i the •' sights of the city "—that no mutter how often you have been before, you should visiragain ; that is the Cyclorama; for constant changes are being made to meet the publio demand. The latest addi tion is an excellent up-to-date Luraiuro Ciuemato Kraph, with a number of interesting and humorous films. The bull fight alone is worth the modest shilling that admits, the visitor to the Cyclorama and the host of side shows which have recently been added to this popular placo of pastime and profit,—. 734.- ; u1"'' We are requested to state that the last days are now announced by advartiseinont for the sale of tickets in the Eight Hour's 45th Annual Great Art Union, to be drawn in Melbourne, the proceeds.from -which are in aid'of the...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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A Solar Illusion. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 April 1901

A Solar Illusion. i BY A BANKER.. On one of the closing days of the last cen tury, a magnificent exhibition of the rare solar phenomenon known as a parhelion took place in the south of England. The atmosphere was somewhat misty, a halo being prominently developed",round the snn.. In a short time this halo altered its appear anoe, and gradually assumed an ever-in creasing heavy darkness, until eventually it was transformed into an imposing cloud 'ring, black and' threatening,, about 8 degrees in width, and 45 degrees in - diam eter, the bright aureola surrounding the sun diminishing in brilliance until the outer rays became obscured, behind the dark circle. The outer edge of the strange heavy ring was glowing with'a corona of bright light,. which appeared to emanate ifrom its nether side. Immediately abovo the sun, and subtended upon: the exact zenith of the ring,- though partly obscured from it, was a somewhat imperfectly-formed mock-sun, which, though not bo bright as 'the central ...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Roman Catholic Church. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 April 1901

Jlomaiv Catliolio: Criurdh: ■ ■ N'otltoieWed.1 Rev. Pri Sheridan.' Salvation'' A'rmy:^. >• ifftrraolcs, Oddfellows' Hull,- Bowral,.. 7 "and ;11 'a.iriV .8 and 7.80 p.ra.'- Captain Isabel Dilffell. •

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 April 1901

Aix wno suffer from weak digestion should oat Rutherford's malt bread, it is highly recommended.' iAfek for cart to call.—* Rev. S. A". Doriahoe Testiflesto the Good; Qualities of Chamberlain'sCough Remedy. ■On the 10th of December,' 1897, ■ Rev. S. A. Donahoe, pastor M. E. Church, South; Pt Pleasant, W. Va., contracted a severe cold which was attend ed from the beginning by violent coughing. He says: " After resorting to a number oi so-called " specifics," usually kept in the House, to no purpose, : I-purchased a bottle of Chamberlains Cough remedyj iwhicli acted like a charm. I mostoheerfully recoin mend it to the public." for sale by Mr. D.. Morgan. Chemist, Bowral.. [Established 5 Ybaiis.], AIAEIV <£ CO.» PLAIN &;DECOR'ATIVE-PAINTERS PAPERHANGERS, &c. WOODBINE STREET, BOWRAL. Estimates Furnishod-for Work in any part of the District. Only Skilled Tradesmen employed. Letters promjiUy attended to.- 23G R: E; A D WHAT' - VITABATIO - I S DOING. SUFFERED FOR...

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Preshuterian Church. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 April 1901

PrUnhiiiitrinn • Chnrtih'; • Mittagonpi.'Rev <J:A Gordon 11-* Xbttral, Bev G ^Gordon 3.30 and 7/

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 April 1901

Cricket.. A match plflyed; on the Glebe wiokefc 011 Easier Monday between teams rcprett'iiting 'tbe Double Bay. and B6wruT; Association cricket.cluba;. resulted i'1 atl eai,y win for itbe visitors.' Following are the scorcs i Douhle-Bay; V-.' Adams c Cope b Finnorau ... A'. Noakes nt; Miller b Finnoran J..Davis c-Miller b Rj Whatman' — Sirire c Cope b G; Whatman • L; Jialiau b Finnevan ... ... — Harwood lbw b C.-Jones-' ... '—Ellis not out — Salengerrun out: ... j SuudriiiB .... Innings closed for total of I Bowral Association t. Miller c Stiire b Davis^ F. Cope c Suire b Davis 'W. Fiuneran e Adams b Davis - ^ Whatman c Noakes b Adams' > R. Whatman not out' ... ... E. Upton c Suire b Davis' .... W. Griffiths b Davis ... . Sundries' ... ... Total'rfor six wickets.. 85

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SERVICES TO-MORROW. Church of England. ss. SIMON AND JUDE, BOWRAL. 1st Sunday After Easter. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 April 1901

BE B VICES TO-MORUOWj' Church of England. 89. SIMON AND JtfDE, OOWnAIi'.' 1st Sunday After Easter. Services at'U and V p^aoh^-thWtiedt*"1 l&et lik^M 11Bobertaon

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 April 1901

IMPORTANT ABSOLUTE SALE —OF— Furniture and Effects: to-day, Saturday, april 13 AT 2 O'CLOCK/ MORRIS & CO. HAVE reoeivod inntructiorla from the Comtosso ■ do Rossi to Hell by miction on above date tlio FURNITURE AND EFFECTS ns 'contained in "'St.'EImb," Hong I3dng-atrcot, oompriging Handaomo ltosewood Xnhle and (Jovor; CJnno altcr noon Toa Table ; Solid VViilnut Drawing-room Suite, containing 4 Chairs, 1 Easy Chair, 1 Clicsto'rfiold Couoh, nil well upholstered in tap eStry, and in splondid order; I'ior Glass in Mas sivo Frame; - Curtains; : Set! Fire Brassos and Stands'; Large Table Lamps; Ornaments; Car pttfl ; Henrth Bugs ; Slip Mats ; Dining Table and Cover; G Superior Austrian Chairs ; 11'lut form llockor; 1 3 ft. Stained Walnut Sideboard, pla'to glass back; Polished Pino Wardrobe,- p. g. door, drawers,&c.; Cedartlall Stand, Single M.T. Washntand; Toilet Waro; Imrfl'q Toilet Glass ; l;Thre6-'qflttrter'Hiilf-leBtor Bedstead, brttBS mounted, with wiro and kapok matt...

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Primitive Mithodist Church. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 April 1901

Primitive Mithoiliat' Chureh■ ■ Bowtal (Harveat.FeBtival), ■BevB'Kijriny ll'afld 7* Bundartaoh, Rev A \V Paftoa ir'atid 7' Pbhrose, Rev A'W Partem 3':

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Westeuan Church. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 April 1901

Wesleuan Church'. Bowral, Biov^M Mnddern '11; Mr'J'Gcary'7 ' Mittagong.-Mt J Goaryll, Ruv M-Maddern 7-' Moas Vote; Rev M Miulrlerri 3 ! Bjobertaon, Kev. F. J: Branch 7 Kingaloon, Rev. F. J; Branch 11' \VHdo'8-Meadow; Eav. P.' J. BwnoU 3 '

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Concert and Dance. BURRAWANG TO THE FORE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 April 1901

Concert and' Dance; BURRAWANG'- TO- THE" FORE. Oi^EasterMbnday night; a ■ concert and social was-held; in s Ginger's Hall under the auspiees-ofiSti David's • church com mittees Th'e object^in^view1 was- to raise the'wherewithal tt)> purchase new'lamps for" the' GBtirch*- Th'e: aims: were- fully achieved andl the outcome^ proved- emi nently satisfactory £6 Xy//beingr the re sult, £$ of which'vne understand! will i be devoted to the lamp'fund.'- T&e primary part of the programme consistfedbf ^musi cal items and singing, thfe ■ Church' Gftoir !ably- contributing. LighV refreshments provided-by the ladies were" partaken; of after: which the hall underwent a transfor mation scene—seats were cleared,', and rthe'place tidied generally, preparatory' to the dance. About 30' couples-remained to'take part'in skipping the light' firitas tic; The clock rapidly slipped round'to 1:30 a.m.,-at which time the dance conJ eluded.- The'music was supplied by. Misses Ml. Yonge, Dews, Carrick (...

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Wedding at Burrawang. GRAY—BERNIE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 April 1901

Wedding at Burrawang, GRAY—BERNIE. • On'Wednesday afternoon St. David's Church; Burrawang; was the scene of a very pretty wedding, the contracting par ties being Miss Sarah: Bernie of that' township and Mr. Allan Gray of-Jam-' beroo; The Rev. D. T» Smith performed the wedding ceremony. The bride was beautifully attired in a costume of ivory muslin with tucks and : lace, and wore a long veil of tulle • with orange blossoms, and a handsome gold brooch {the present from the bridegroom.' She carriedan ex quisite bouquet of white cosmos. - The bridesmaids, dressed in primrose muslin over pale blue, with black picture hats, were also the • recipients - of appropriate gifts. Both before and after the cere-' mony the Wedding: March was played. The guests adjourned to the residence of the bride's parents, "Silverspring," where the wedding breakfast was held and the usual toasts honored. The presents were numerous and useful. Later in the after; noon the happy couple were driven! aiwa'y for-t...

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Death of Miss Neich. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 April 1901

Death of IHiss Neich. It is witli sincere regret that' we have in this issue to record the death of Miss Mary Lonisa-Neich, eldest daughter of Mrs. J. Neicli, sen.-, of; Bong Bong-street, Bowral. Death took place at her mother's residence on Tuesday evening at 7. o'clockj after a long .and painfiil illness of about six months' duration. Miss Neioli, who was 88 years of age, whs a native of Bowral, and was well known and highly respected by a large circle of friends for her homely and sympa thetic disposition. She leaves a devoted mother, two sisters and five brothers to mourn their loss, to all whom we bog to tender onr sympathy. Up to the time of por tliness the deceased lady was a -quiet and1 consistent worshipper - at St. Jude's Church of Englaud. The following lines by Frances Ridley Havergal may very ap propriately be quoted hero • "•With Jesus now, with Htm for ever 1 Nover to leavo Him, grieve Him never I Could God Himself give more ? ' His will Is uest though we are weeping ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 April 1901

Many Pounds a year saved by Buying at Haig and Co's. ! WANTED, a RESPECTABLE LAD, Ronornllf useful,—Apply Commercial Bunk, Bcrwral. 759 FOR SALE—3 Lady's Bicycles, 11 Cont'd Bicycles, nnd all CyclistH Goods. —A. W.BIiKlt, Frco Prima OlficD.' LOST on Tuesday cvaninf;, betwncn Bowral and Mount Gibraltar, Small Buakot, oontaihing Collecting Book. - Findor kindly return an mo tol'Yco Press Oflkc. • 758 PUBLIC NdTICE.—Giro ordorn early for'Prirao Bocf, Mutton, I'ork, Voal, and' Lamb: ' Also all kinds of'Poultry drosfled or alivo. - Carts- dolivor in Bowral daily. • All ouHtomcVs pun'otnally attorfdod to bypractical men.— J.'W. -NORMAN/ Butcher,' Moss Vale. - RETURN THANKS. MBS. J. NEICH, senior, and Family beg to re turn their sincere THANKS to all who- sent wreaths, cards, and letters of sympathy in connec tion with their lato heavy boroavement. 765 £1 REWARD. I' OST, on Saturday afternoon last, between% the J Fitzroy Falls'and the Show Ground at Moss Yale, a Lady's FUR BOA. Above rewar...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. The Late Mr. Taylor. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 April 1901

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. The Late Mr. Taylor. Sib,—I beg most respeeifnlly to' contradict' A.N.V's " Notes aud: Commentson the i lato Mr. John Taylor. The late Mr. Taylor Lad his tea- at my place, and afterwards :i started to accompany my wife and myself to T\fr. Rich's resideuce.- When about two- i chains from Mr. Rich's residteuco iu Gar- ' lisle-street, lie complained of a pain in hia 1 head about G.45 p.m., and advanced about a chain from Mr. Rich's gate ; he fell, and i with assistance- whs removed to Mr. Rich's residence.. Dr.. Vallack wai theu sent for, and on arrival recommended his removal to the-hospital, where he nrrrived' about 9i80 1 p.m. and!passed away at 11.80 p.m. N. WICK HAM, Memgaug-sLreet,. BowraL

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Primitive Methodist Church. EASTER SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 April 1901

Priraiti^ Methodist Churchy EXSTEIi SUNDAY.' Special • services-were heldJast Sunday, 7th April, in the Primitive- Methodist Ciiurch, Bawral, morniug and'evening;. The pulpit was decorated-* with choice white flowers by Mfessrs; Cope and Sons, riuder instructions from a-promiuenk member of the church, andUlie words ""Christ'is Riseu " printed in fltiwers with a back-ground of velvet, Irnd a pleasiug-;effect. A very good, congregation assembled at the morning service, and the Rev. A; W.'- Piirton preached from Murk 16.:, 3,; " Who shall roil ns away the stone?" The preacher spoke of1 the evil of anticipa ting trouble,-and said that the difficulties of< Christianity, aud grief and sin <were stones which could all be rolled away at the foot of the cross. In the evening the congregation filletFthe chnrch and'porch, and a speciully interesting' and enthusiastic; service was gone through.- Tlie-"large-and' weiPtrained choir of'ilie church rendered' the anthem - '' Wh...

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LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 April 1901

LAWN TENNIS. On Saturday, afternoon last the grounds of the •' Cid Campeador " Lawu Teunis Glub presented a very animated appearance, the occasion.being the return match with the B-iddatio ui Club. The afteriioou was a perfect.one, for tent-ix, and as a consequence .ilia largo" u limber of spectators witnessed sonifi of the bust; if not quite, the best play ever seen on the Court. • The gentlemen's doubles being specially good ; the rallys and volleying being well (sustained.- The pliy era'; were frequently- applauded, and the "excitement all the afievnoon whs very great, 011 accou'iifc'of th'ti play being, so even. When the'last'set was entered upon the excite ment'grew and' grew, and when the games were 41 all, the climax was reached, aud upon Bowral win'uiug the - winning game three ringing clieers rent the air. Afternoou tea of a-very choice'character was provided bv the iidies of the Cid Camppador- Club; and thoroughly enjoyed;,- And all present were'one m saying that tlie afte...

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LANTERN ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 April 1901

LANTERN ENTERTAINMENT. With a view to raising money to aid the Bowral Wesleyun Chuich repair fund the Rev, S. H. Muc dade, of Sydney, gave an excellent lantern enter tainment in the Sohool of Arts on Easter Monday night descriptive o£ the recent Commonwealth cele brations, being a unique pictorial record of the grandest pago of Australian history. Some 306 slides, superior in size, brilliancy, and definition, wero shown from the powerful lantern, and as the various scones were exhibited the patriotic assem blage oftimes gave vent to outbursts oi cheering and utmost deafening rounds of applause.- The first set of views comprised tlio landing of the Governor General, the subsequent procession and welcome at Government House. Then the arrival of the Ira. perial and Indian troops ; the streot decorations and magnificent arches ; then the. great, procession viewed from nine "different standpoints, an] the swearing-in ceremony in Centennial l'aik. The concluding views wore in connection w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 13 April 1901

A Few Reasons. ' ' 9r ■ •, You, should; ALWAYS, deal AT GHIJISTiE'S. You: will' find the- largest; assortment of General Drapery,. Clothing,' and Mercery in the District to. select1 from* and will really get BETTER VALUE FOR' YOUR MONEY than, AT ANY OTHER. STORE.. You eanraot pfo, wronqr in making your selection, as none but RELI ABLE. AND - SERVICEABLE: GOODS are kept in .stock.-, Wekeep the stock.well.assorted and up-to-date by constantly purchasing, our-goods . in small quantities*. WE; ARE NOW SHOWING. AS. SPECIAL BARGAINS a few - • Boys' Suits, Knicker Suits, Men's.Suits, Hats, Shirts, 8c.Sox marked at. wholesale cost to clear.them out, and make room for. NEW GOODS to arrive.. BOWItAL & MITTAGONG FOR VERY YOUNG CHILDREN, rnb' the biscuits very lightly on' a clean nutmeg grater, or crush very fine and swvq ■ through a sioe, mix carefully with' boii nft water, stirring well, a-td give through -g bottle or by spoon. Aa there is milk in them..**, is not advisable to mltl it...

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