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

.—. ^ • ' ' ' I )For OliililreiVs HackingCoiigli at; night, ] Wood*'-Great •FoppermuitCare.

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HAND OF HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 12 June 1901

HAND OP HOPE. The usual Bund of Hope was held nn Monday evening, and was well attended. Tlie following pro gramme was creditably pone through :—Hymn 117; overture, Miss Dewp; song, The Vacant Ohoir, Hez let Irviho ; song. She was a Sensible Girl, Mr. W. Gilbert; - recitation, The Broken*.Heart, Mr. W. Payne; song,'Tis the Duty of o 'Wifo," Mr. \V.. Gilbert, who gave for an encore, There'll come a Time. The meeting closed with hymn 37.

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
South African Medals. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 12 June 1901

Solatia African. Medals. Oil Saturday morning, 1st inst, H.R.Il. tha Duko of Cornwall and York presented medals to the N.S.W. troops who had served in South Africa." About MOO mortals wore distributed. 'I'ho medals wereof silver, Imvins on ono sido a representation of the bead of the late Queen, and the words " Victoria flegina ct Imperatrix," and on the other fide Britannia holdinn; out an olive branch and the words " South Africa.1' the name: of the recipient and the regiment to'which lie belonged were inscribed on the outer rim. Li the case of the Mounted Rifles and the Citiz Bushmen the medals bore no inscription, owing to the na'iries not havinR been forwarded to the . War •Office by the Officer commanding tho regiment. Among the recipients wo recognise the following: '-Lieutenant-Colonel Bayly, Lieutenant B. J. New maroh," Major J. Bridges, Cuptsin. .L. H. Kyngrion, •Lieijteriant - 8. I1'. Osboi nc, Corporal W. Ohnnt, Troopers Jj. R Aker-*, P. Brew, Gr. Ball. A F. H*r die, S. ...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 12 June 1901

Yon cat) depend on ridding- children of Worms with AVacle's Worm Fit?«. Pi-ice Is. PLANT AND'SEED OAXAIjOOUE;-Messrs.: P. L. C. Shepherd and Son, the. popular Spedsropji of'202 Pitt Street Sydney, and' Darling Nursery, Waterloo, have just issued tlieir catalogue for 1901, in which they oiler quite a number of New Fruits, of which full descriptions are given. They also offer for tlie fiist time in Australia urapo vines grafted on ve4su»s stocks. The Catalogue also includes ohoiccs novelties in Flower Seeds. etc. Wo would recommend all lovers of horticulture to' secure a copy of this Catalogue, which is sent post free to all ■applicants.. -■■■ ■ - ■" ' - ■ ' Save money BUY OF HAIG & CO Tfe© Casli Tradsrst " ^ NEW WINTER GOODS NOW ON SALE. . . FULL STOCK, . . 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...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Lecture. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 12 June 1901

Lecture. A humorous and instructive lecture enti tled " Health, wealth, brains, courtship, and marriage " was delivered by the Rev. M. Maddern in the Wesleyan School-hall on Friday evening last. There was a fair attendance. In referring to- health, the lecturer said that its possession was most precious, and everyone should do all in their power to preserve it. In alluding, to brains, Mr. Maddern said that-there were two kinds of baldness—bald inside, and bald outside. The former was represen-' ted in a lah-de-dah-i" tofF,". who was just show and nothing else. The latter' repre sen ted a steady, hard-working, industri ous-man, who'studied his- own interests, and took advantage of his' opportunities. Speaking of courtship, the lecturer gave some" amusing anecdotes.. He advised any young man to court by day, when he he would be able to-see the true virtues of his " lady-love "—whether she was loung ing on the sofa reading a yellow-back, or engaged in useful pursuits. " 'At night, of c...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 12 June 1901

A SUKE CURE FOR CROUP. Twenty-five^ Years' Constant Use without a Failure.' The first indication of croup iB hoarseness, and in': a child subject to that disease may- lie taken "as a.' sure sign of the approach of ari. attack. ' Following this hoarseness is a ■ peculiar rough cough. If Chamberlain's Cou.",h Keinedy is given as soon as the child becomes hoarse, or even after the croup cough appears, it will prevent the attack. It is used in many thousands of homes in this broad land and never disappoints the anxious mothers. VV'e have yet to lofun of a single instance in which it has not proved effectual. No other preparation can show such a record - twenty-live years' constant use with out a failure. For sale by Sir. D. Morgan, chemist, Bowral.

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Draughts. BOWRAL v. BURRAWANG. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 12 June 1901

: 1 , .. ; ^ i ])raug£its. BOWRAL v. BUillUWANG. On Saturday evening last tlia ..Bowral draugh's club journed to, Burrawanq to(,play., the return match with the - Bin-rawiing club, which . took, place.■ at., the School:- of .Arts, resulting in a tie, after a most evenlv coutested game. ■ The.Bowral'club wended their way with six men, and on -arrival. the Burra.wangites courteously handed one . of. their own m'eu over to the visitors, which enabled them to play seveu men aside. At the conclusion of the match the players adjourned to Mr. Dews' Commercial Hotel, where an exoellent repast had been prupar ed at the request of the home club. After the eatables had been done ample justice to, Mr. Eobt. Murray, on behalf of theBurra wang team, thanked the visitors for coming out and giving them ;<uch a friendly game, and it was a credit to the Bowral team for playing a draw with them, as it was the first time they had ever been so near de feat. He concluded with wishing the visi ...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mr. Huggett Interviewed. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 12 June 1901

Mr- Huereett Interviewed. i : Mr. Huggett,1 on being interviewed,- said: He found the water in'all the tanks before cleaning qiiiteclear and free from any smell, or that apart from the natural flaky rust of an iron tank, he .foimd no/sediment of.mud in the boys' tank beyond 'what woiild fill his two hands : that in the girls' and 'infanta' drinking tank apart from a greater quan tity of mud sediment than that found in the boys', there was only the usual rust found; that in the girls' lavatory tank be found the usual sediment of mud and rust, and in addition two locusts. He fur ther stated that he bad from his occupation a very large experience in tank cleaning, and he considered all three tanks in a cleaner state than very many he has had to get into in many private places.. Asked it any animal matter .was found, he replied there wan absolutely nothing of the kind boyond tho two loousts in tho girls' lavntory tank. He considered the tanks in a good condition, for, said bo, " a tank ...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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THE PUBLIC SCHOOL WATER. The Tanks Cleaned Out. Only a Sediment on the Bottom. Mr. Bonynge Interviewed. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 12 June 1901

THE PUBLIC SCHOOL WATER. The Tanks Cleaned Out Otaly a Sediment on the Bottom. Mr- Bonynge Interviewed As all are aware the all-imporianfc topic of discussion in Bowral during the past few 'weeks ling been the state of the water at the public £chool. The astounding childish rumours concerning the discovery of a rat, lizarfl, sparrow, boots, and clothes in the tanks have proved startling in 'their way, but a little'salt is needed to digest some of the exaggerated statements. The " rat " story turned out to be a myth, and the lizard yarn is very questionable, moreso as none of the youngsters will take res ponsibility of originating such an asser tion. As far as we know, and we have no reason to doubt its authenticity, the'child ren were not beaten black and blue in order to ensure the suppression-of the I truth, and there was no evidence at the I exhaustive inquiry to reconcile the state ment that the threats of proceedings were widespread. Of course, having been made acquainted with ...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bowral & Robertson Free Press. Wednesday, June 12, 1901. STATE GRANTS FOR AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 12 June 1901

Bowral & Robertson Free Press. Wednesday, June 12,1901. STATE GRANTS FOR AGRICULTURE. The State has granted vast sums within the past quarter of a century to the en couragement of agriculture, not only, by special grants, but by the annual subsidy of Agricultural Societies. The: stimulus of this State aid led at first to" the . forma tion of numerous little hole in-the-corner societies with a local show, chiefly pro moted by the local publican^The abuse had grown to such lengths rtnat the De partment of Agriculture found it necessary to set apart ai certain officer to visit, inquire into, and report on all agricultural societies and shows. Vigilance was also exercised in the..compilation of the figures on which the Government subsidy . was claimed, and by degrees innumerable at tempts at smart practice were checked. Whilst the Department kept a smart look out, no Minister or Government had the courage to effect reform as to the methods in which the lavish state subsidies wer...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 12 June 1901

ONE ! TO BE READY, TWO ! ! TO BE STEADY, THREE !!! TO BE OFF— ■TO Rutherford's, BOWRAL. Full Consignments of WINTER STOCK are to hand, and now selling rapidly. Ladies' Beaver Cloth Jackets. FLANNELETTES—the best range Girls' Jackets and Cloaks. and the soundest value we have . J ever been able to oner. Children's Pelisses and Warm Coats. FLANNELS—Welsh, Saxony, New Zealand Greys, &c. . SHEETINGS and CALICOES . Ladies' Cravcnette Mackintoshes, . —^ : : Double-breasted. DRESS STUFFS, .all at reduced TT , figures to make a genuine clear-• New Umbrellas; . , ; . ance. • Fur Necklets in . 6 different kinds and Hoods and Bonnets ; Gloves- and, prices. 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. GOW RUGS. .; " ■ BLANKETS a speciality, frorri.7/- to 30/- per pair. '• . Men's Jerseys, Boys' Jerseys, Crimean Shirts.. . . . , D. RUTHERFORD, ARGYLE HOUSE, BOWRAL. DR. CRAWFORD, , , Dentist, L/TAT BR C...

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

J. G. MORRIS &~CO., AUCTIONEERS AND VALUATORS, • Stock and Property Salesmen, Firo and Life Insurance Agents, BOWRAti. BOWRAL FRUIT SHOP nm . OPPOSITE Post OHico, Howral. Tlio neat and most varied stock .out of Sydney. „ Call and boo our show. " H. T. HGPWOOD, 3543 Manai»erl I Removed 1 Has rcmovod:; to MORE- COMMODIOUS PEE MI SES next to HILL BROS. " Coaoli Building und Horao Shoeing carried out in ' beat style. otel,:.' . ■ ^ "V ROBERTS O N, The Leading Hotel in Town. Only Boat Brands of Wines and,Spirits kept;; SUPI3KIOH ACCOMMODATION at reasonable rates. First-class MILLIARD TABLK Good Stabling, Grass Paddocks, and Cattle Yards. FfiED. GRAHAM, - 7C2 • ■ Proprietor; Blacksmitiiiiig and ■Wlieel wrigllting. MO^ESSB.' BEG to in form tbo residents of Hobertson, Knn gnlnon, ami surrounding district that tliey have j puichasod.lho General Blacksmith ami Wheelwright jJiisiness lately carried on by Mr. Nugent at Robert son, and hope by strict attention to business, com binsd.vy.i...

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

Moss, Vale. At a meeting of citizens' lust week it'was decided that apublic ■'•welcome' be extended to Lieutenants Zoncli, Osborne, Bridges, nnd D. Osborne, who liave recently re turned from South Africa. A large com mittee was formed, with" Mr. O.itley ns sec retary and Mr. Piivke troa-iurer. The vyol-. come will take the form of a smoke concert, to bo held shortly. : : - —■

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

; For Clirouio Chest Complaints, WocuJa' Great Peppermint Cure. 1/6.

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

ITEMS OF INTEREST . ahh wno suffer from weak digestion should, eat' Rutherford's malt bread, it is highly recommended. Ask tor cart to call.—* Mr. W. McCourt, as will be seen by advt. in ano ther column, announces that he will again be a can didate for tliis electorate at the ensuing State elec tions. • A mistake crept into our report of the last Bowral council meeting. The following was the motion that was carried, moved by Aldermen OxlBy and Stokes: "That the Inspector-General of Police be requested to station a mounted oonstablc at Bowral instead of the second foot constable." During the visit of Prince Alexander of Teek and and other members of the Ko.yal party to Curran dooley Station, a hnre'drive was organised, arid re sulted as.follows : Duke of Koxburghe .and -Mr. H. Osborne, 23 ; Captain Fancett, 22: Charles Ciist, 19 ; Mr. 1). Gordon, 19; Prince Alexander of Teck, 18; Mr. W. F. Hutledge, Mrs. S. M. Osborne, 10';; Mr. P. Osborne, 10. The Mormon church is. growing faster th...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Bowral School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 12 June 1901

Bowral School of Arts. The monthly committee meeting was bold on Tuefl day evening, 4th instant. I'resont: Messrs. R. S. Mackenzie (President), C. W. Marsden, libb. Davis, H. E. Wickhom, J. Stokes, F. B. Kyngdon, Q. E, Marston, and A. Holmes (lion, secretary). Correspondence. From Marnlan School of Arts, asking if the insti tution had any books for salo or exohango.—Referr ed to library committee. ~ From Rav. M, Muddern, suggesting July 17 as the date for his leature in aid of the School of Arts, and other details.—Resolved that the date be ap proved of : necessary advertising to bo left in the hands of the treasurer and secretary ; particulars of a set of Diokcns' lantern slides to be obtained. Reports. The librarian reported that two new members had joined; receipts from billiard room, £6; receipts from reading room, 5a 6d.-Received. . The treasurer stated the amount at credit was £29 18/2. AaaountB to tlic amount of £13 11/8 ;were passed for payment. - ; ... ,. . Tenders. a iTh'e...

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CHRISTIANITY AND FORETELLING. Sermon by Rev. Stanley Wilkinson. In which are denounced Fortune Telling, Palmistry, Spiritualism, and-suchlike. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 12 June 1901

CHRISTIANITY AND FORETELLING. Sermon by Rev. Stanley Wilkinson. In which , are denounced Fortune Telling, Palmistry, Spiritualism, and-suchlike. On Sunday evening there was a very good congregation at St. J tide's Church of England, Bo wral, to hear a discourse by the Rev. Stanley Wilkinson on the above subject, from the text'—" But whereas they will say of you, inquire of them which have familiar spirits, and of the wizards which chirp and mutter: Should not a people inquire of their God ? For the living should they inquire of the dead?"—Isaiah viii, 19. As the subject is of wide interest we publish the full text, of his sermon in full confidence that it will be read with much interest by our large circle of readers:— : THE FUTURE. . Prophecy (began the preacher), is a great and enchanting subject.' Anything to do with the future gains.the immediate attention of the people, What is going, to happen?' Where and what shall we be to-morrow? What; events are to take place in my life ? ...

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Big Blow in Bowral. HEAVY ROOF BLOWN OFF. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 12 June 1901

Bigr B16w in- Bowral. ' HEAVY EOOF BLOWN OFF. DtmiNG Thursday ni»ht- last Bowral experi enced a more than usually heavy storm ; of I during the day, but no damnge or special in I convenience waB caused by if beyond,.the dost which-always does annoy.- At night, however, it played up a bit in one direction by bodily lifting off the complete, iron roof belonging to Mr. Moses Jones's newly-erec ted stable in Bnrradoo-st.reet, and lodging it alongside the,stuble. The roof—the whole roof—and nothing but the roof— wa3 blown pff.. Iron, and batterns, and rafters, and plates—all wont together. The weight of it all is estimated ufr two or three tons ; so, tlie ^viud;i3nViflrtbok;a hit; job" to remove that' roof, Iwtjt,did so,' arid very successfully. cAIr^'JoiieS'nid not notice till next ! morning tliat" tlie' iiorses had spent the night in a roofless stable, ami hii gratitude may be imagined.at finding the animals uninjured. -The work of re-roofing, was got in hand without delay, under the s...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Official Correspondence. POSTAL ALTERATIONS REFUSED. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 12 June 1901

I Official Correspondence. POSTAL ALTERATIONS REFUSED. iEmj following, 'officinl" correspondence 'lias boon forwarded to us- for publication by the 'cHou. W. McCoiirt, M.L;A, - f ; " postal.and Electric Tcdngraph Depavt •ment, Gr.P.0.j Syd uey;—5111 Juno, 1901.— •Sir,—Witlv reference to ray^eommuuiofttion '5Iaied-.tlie 8l.il Ffibrui'iry lust replyiug to a 'petition presenf.fid-.to yon.' from; vMeas^a W. Emery, J. G-rilliilis, E'lwin B'lrnlmm/aiidi other. residents of ■ Gleuquiirry, Box- Vale, 'East ICangaloon, and Mount Murray/ in res pect; to'an.alteration, of "lis existing:, postal arrangements* I haw. the.honor to inform you that an; .inspector • of - tl»e. -Department having vi.-.ited I,ho district and furnished a report in t.lig ma'ter, it * is considered- -that in vniw of the small amount of corres'p >11 •letico for. l'fiMidentsiin I lie • proponed routes aud the facilities already ;iti the district, a daily mail service oitlier- between < Bowral and Mount "Mnmiv...

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Burrawang. DEATH OF MR. METZ. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 12 June 1901

Burrawang. DEATH OF MR. METZ.   Mr. Robert Metz, an old and respected resident of   Moss Vale, died suddenly on Sunday afternoon whilst driving in a sulky at the junction of the Rob ertson and Burrawang roads. He was accompanied by his daughter at the time. An inquest was held at Burrawang on Monday afternoon, when a verdict was returned that the cause of death was cardiac thrombosis. Deceased was a stonemason by trade, and carried on business at Moss Vale. Previous to   his removal to Moss Vale, deceased had resided at   Berrima. He leaves a wife and grown-up family to mourn his loss.

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