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The Bowral Public School Water Inquiry. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 15 June 1901

The Bov/ral Public School Water Inquiry. Sin,—As Mr. Bonynfje is 'reported in your last issue to havo aniil that tho children who wero called as witnesses wero only standing in tho pussies for a few minutes, I wish lo slate that on Friday after noon. ;t 1st- May,'I was waiting in the passage (which was open at both end?) for at least an hour, having lieen told that no room was available. Dur ing the whole of that timo tho ehildron. were thero alno ; they wore standing a little distance from me, in front of an opoii door which after some time X asked one of the hoys to close. I felt it intensely cold, though I had on my hat and warm wraps. Tho children hud neither hats nor clonki, and wore shivering with oold and fright. One littlo (-ir! was crying bitterly, ami when I asked the reason, the children-said it waR hoaauae she was so frightened. Indeed thoy ail seomed to bo terrified, for I saw the little girls putting their hands on their hoarts, aiid on each other's hearts to feel how ...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Death of Mrs. Alick Osborne. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 15 June 1901

Heatli of Mrs. Aliclv ©sboraae. Qcite ft gloom was cast over the district when the death was Announced of Mrs. Aliuk Osborno, which look place ot her residence, "Hamilton," Moss Yale, about G o'clock on Wednesday morning, alter a com paratively short illness. Mrs. Osborno lias always identified liersolf with charitablo and philanthropic objects in Moss Vale, and hor loss will be very sev erely felt. Deceased was a sister ot Sirs, lion (fsborno, of " Hopowood," Bowral, to whom wo beg to tender onr sympathy. The funeral took place at II o'clock yesterday (Friday) morning in the cemctery attached to the Bong 15ong Church of England, where her late hus band was buried some 7 years ago. The large num bers of people who attended the funeral, many of whom were unable to get into the church, was an eloquent testimony to the feeling of regard in which the late Mrs. Osborno was held throughout the dis trict. The Rev. George Shoppard, Rector of Bar rima-cura-Moss Vale, conducted the service. S...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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The Mayor in Reply. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 15 June 1901

The Mayor in Reply. Slit,—In reply ~tn your correspondent " Constitu tional," who ihink-i I did wroiiK in allowing tlio ! motions re school water supply tn be discussed nt iho oQiincil melting, I beg tn state . tlmt, the iri<£iiir.v being held in private, and no olliuiul eonimimiciitioii being made to the council that such was going oil, or (hat tlioir (tlio oouunil'i?) lottnr nod enclosures )m 1 evon been received (neither had th« lutier ulngea of thn inquiry been published in thn newspapers), iho conn; cil hnrl no knowledge o£ the mutter being sub jur'iuo, nnd t.hu motions on nnlino could nut I13 ruled out oE order oven hid any alderman nsl;o 1 for such ruling. On interviewing the Mayor of another town nnd nil ex-Mayor of Bowrnl, both upheld m.y decision on ilita mut.tnf nn.1 w*nn1 I linvf> tinlwiJ m r.hn damn WfLV as1 did under the circumsbnn ws*. •Yours, o'.c., J. M. CUIilSTJE, " Mayor. Town Hull, B.nvral, June M. 1001.

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Bowral & Robertson Free Press. Saturday, June 15, 1901. ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 15 June 1901

Bowral & Robertson Free Press. Saturday, June 15,1901. ITEMS OF INTEREST. Tenders are called by advertisement for repairs, painting, etc., at " Fairmount," Bowral. Have you tried Rutherford's malt bread ? It is self-digestive, and contains groat .nutriment. Bond for a loaf.* The Minister for Worts has assured Mr. MeCourt that a sum of money will probably be placed on the next estimates for cutting down the Gib Hill Road; As will be seen in our religious announcements, the subject of the Iltv. E. S. Wilkinson's discourse to-morrow evening is "Chrii'tianily and Scepticism." A. W. Beer, of the Bowral Bicycle Depot, Free PiessOIIico, has £112 of Mies' and gent's bicycles for sale or hire. Nearly £40 more are expected to arrive next week. Before purchasing maohiries elst - where pay a visit to this depot, the leading and most up-to-date cycle establishment in the Berrima District. Bepairs promptly attended to. All oycle accessories stocked. . , In out advertising columns'Dr. A. S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 15 June 1901

Daring week ended June 8, (here 166 cases of plague at Hong Kong. 155 eases proved fatal. Don't ever play with dynamite, In case it should explode, Beware of robbers lato at night And lake the safest road. Don't laugh at any little ill, But health at once secure, Bad cou»hs and dolds arise from chill, Take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. McJ uren will bring to Australia a team of crickat ers including Lilley, Jessop, and Hayward. A fox was shot this week within* two miles of Mummel Creek, near Goulburn. , Son of an Ohio Merchant CnrctI of Chronic Diarrhoea. . My son has been troubled for years with chronic diarrhoea. Some time ago I persuaded him to take some of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera, and Diarr hoea Remedy. After using two bottss of the25-cent size, ho was cured. I give this testimonial, hoping someone similarly afflicted may read'it and 'be benefitted.— Thomas C. Boweii, Glencoe, O. For tale by.Mr. D.li/ftrgan, chemist, Bowral.

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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University Junior Exam. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 15 June 1901

University Junior Exam. I)i3An °in,—A correspondent in your columns, with o little Peddlingtori ofliciousncss, hue drawn atten tion to tbo fact Unit the University Junior Exam, in the Bowrtil centre is not being dominated in a pub!in building. Allow me as the secretary of the local oommittco to say that tho examination oan only bo publio in the sense that it is open to all junior can didates. In my printed instructions I am not directed ■ to conduct the examination • in a public building. The question of place is loft to tho discretion of the secietiiry appointed by, and noting on behalf., of: tha University, tailing into account the comfort and convenience of the candidates, and the supervisors, as well-as the-economies of the situation. As there are only two candidates this year, and being desirous of providing 'or their comfort in tho bitterly cold weather bf this season of the year, I innocently (and as it appears offensively,' to your correspondent) placed the cosiest, room in ...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Football. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 15 June 1901

Football. " Tjib football fixtures for to day in connection with , ho Berrimn-Ciiiunien district lUi^h.v Footli»ll Union are na follows:—Miitn(!ong v. Pictmi ; Bowrnl v. Mvrii Vale. Ifo^R Vale a hyp. The followinit will represent Bowral in tha match against Myi'ft Vale, which will bo pluje'l at Bmvrnl: Messrs. liohert^on, Rutherford, Small, 'Vallnck. Hitolringa (2) Ailnnok, Hn^ett, Ttyan, Fitz^urald, Neieh. Armstrong, Comer, Ferguson (2), Whatman, and Jones.

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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B.D.A.H. and I. Society. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 15 June 1901

15.13.A.M. anid I. Society. Trip, annual monthly mooting of the committeo of I the above snoioty wan Jifcld nl (h o Iridgii's Royal ilotol on Saturday l.isl, ill 3 p.m. About 20 mem bers woro pi'0M?ni, and chair was ocoupind by the Hon. W. McCourt, M.L.A. The minutes of tlio previous meeting wevo rontl and mmlirmod. Mr. Rico tendered an apology lor tbo nbsouod of Mr. \V. Murray, who wuh unablo tu attend; - . Correspondence. « Mrs. Proti wrotn re tbo removing of lior exhibits from tho show before tbo timo fixe J for removal and questioned the committee'spowor"to withhold tbo prizo, and asking that the prize bo paid to tho 15.D. hospital ob a donation on her account.—This matter wna dealt with at a ilrevious meeting by the late oommittcc. It wan moved by Mr, Cunningham and seconded by Mr. J. A. Bodgor.y and carried " that Mrs; l'rott bo informed that her letter had been received and that the committee had previously decided this mat ter. Mr. \V. Beer, of tbo Bowral and Robertson Free ...

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VEAL TEA. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 19 June 1901

VEAL TEA. Tars forms a pleasant change from beef ten, and is preferred and more easily digested by some patients ; it is very nourishing, espec ially when mixed with a little arrowroot, as is this recipe : Remove every particle of fat from one pound of veal, put it into nn enamel saucepan containing one pint of water and half a teaspoonful of salt; bring it to the boil, then simmer very gently fur two hours and a half, skimming constantly. Turn it into a basin and put it aside to set cold,, "When cold, remove any fat. Mix together in a breakfast cup ono tablespoon ful of fine arrowoot and one tablespoonful of veal tea, pour on them sufficient boiling water to nearly fill the cup, stirriug all the time, and it is ready for your patient,

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DAINTY BUTTER PATS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 19 June 1901

DAINTY BUTTER PATS. If you want your butter to look really in viting, have it done iu tiny rolls, one for each person. You can boy tho corrug'i ted boards for making it up at any ironmongers. Scald them thoroughly first, and let tliera lio in cold water till you are ready to bet;in.~ Talte a bit of butter about the size of a wal nut, put it on one board, and with tho other pat it down until it is about the eighth of ay inch thick. Then roll it, place it ou the butter dish, and do the next in the same way. In hot weather these shouldsbe thrown into salt and water if you want to make thorn some hours be fore using, and only placed on the dish when wanted.

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ROYAL COMMISSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 19 June 1901

IIOYAL COMMISSIONS. A wiuiEn says That tho way the Royal Commissioners go about their worlc in peculiar and vain. That they take evidence, but originate nothing, and apparently see nothing and know nothing. That after all tho Minister has to deciile. That tho only use ot royal commissions is to put (at fce9 into the pocltnlH of the royal commissioners. That they bIho ennblo ministers to tihirk what properly is their own work.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 19 June 1901

They bad been haymaking near Honiton, and when they had finished a high haystack "a farmery boy shouted from the (op "Ij say, maister, how be I to get down ?" The { farmer looked at hitxi and shouted in return ; " Shut thie e'es and walk about'a bit!" The nuns in the Roman Catholic Convent, , Narrabri, were startled oil. Wednesday by the intrusion of a mau within the - grounds, The man proved to be a luuatic, and lie was chasing.one olthe.. = ladies - when' the' police acriyod jaiid he was secured. He will be re manded to Gladesville. Advertisers in the "Bowral and Rob ertson Free Press " are guaranteed a cir culation larger than that of any other district paper. Advertisers, don't be misled ! this is the paper for you ! Sub* scribe to the paper which studies your interests : subscribe to the " Bowral and Robertson Free Press," 2/. per quarter in advance. In the smoking carriage of the last train to Canfield a few nights ago they were vary ing the usual" routine of anecdotes and cha...

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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 19 June 1901

ITEMS OF INTEREST. - It will bo seen by advt. that John Waugh, Esq., will deliver an address to the eleotors in the Robert? son School of Arts, on 22nd Juno, 1901. See advt, Special attention is direotod to W. Q. Paling and Go's. new advertisement, where it will be see that they are selling their musio at greatly reduced prices. The gas engine in connection with St. Jude's Pipe Organ had at last been fixed with the necessary gear, and a satisfactory trial was given on Sunday lant, and promises to give satiufantion when-in pro per going order. A meeting is called by advt. to bo held at Mr. W. Wallaco's on Friday evening next at 8 o'clock for the purposo ot considering the suggestion that a Bicycle Club bo formed in Bowral. A large attend ance of riders and others is requested. Captain Napier and Lieutenant Arober were in charge of the H Company Volunteer Infantry on Saturday last, when an inspection was conducted by Colonel VVaddell, The men were put through drill and examined in var...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 19 June 1901

J Teal ! E always have on hand new shipments of vv Specially prepared Ceylon, Indian, and China 1'sas to suit our customers. "We also keep the best Coffee, Cocoa, and Essence o£ Coffee. ... ■' ' • ■ If you have not tried our Tea, send for sample, free on application. ]5re JiBve the Flavoring Tea in lib,. 21b,. and 51b. boxes. 'Price—5/per. lb. - : ■■ ■ Agent Employed.) J. A ■ GO {345 George-Btreet, Sydney. T. B.Diinwooclie, Monumental Mason, ' > . B0.'>V KA (L; ' 8241 The Live Upholsterer. W. STOKES IS still prepared to upholster your suite, or couch' or chairs; repair your'furniture—polish, &c. makes Carpets, and cleans and lays them as they should be;, repairs the pun. BhadeB fixes up the. sewing machine; will re-oana your chairs at less than Sydney prices; makes window blinds, ami fixes; furniture packed and stored. : :' - - w.s. trusts by strict attention to business and good workmanship, at loy prices, to merit your pat ronage. ; ' V■ '• ' All Orders and Telegrams...

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State Elections. Kiama Electorate. MR. ALEX. CAMPBELL AT ROBERTSON. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 19 June 1901

• State, elections. Kiama Electorate. MR. ALEX. CAMPBELL AT ROBERTSON. Ok Monday evening last Mr. Alnx. Campbell, M.P„ addressed tlio electors of the llnbertnon Division , of tbe Kiuma Electorate, in the Robertson School ot Arts. The weather was exceptionally boisterous, a strong westerly blowing at something like hurricane force, hut nevertheless about 80 electors braved tbe elements and pat in an appearance. The choir was ably aaoupied by Mr. John T, Hayter, who briefly introduced tbe speaker. Mr. Oampboll in opening his remarks thanked the electors (or the support they had accorded hira on previous occasions, and trusted that his actions dur ing the term he had been their representative had not given them any cause to regret'the confidence they had placed in him. The Stats now had con trol of the lands and mining industries, and pablia schools, and had many other important matters to attend to. The fiscal question should bo entirely sunk. The Ileid Government had been defeated by...

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FARM and GARDEN A VICTORIAN PRIZE DAIRY FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 19 June 1901

I 'X'nB Melbourne Leader recently; offered £100 in J four prizes for the four beat dairy farms in Victoria, and on tbe awards being made, Mr. Goldio, of Port Fair, wins the.'first, amounting to £50. The judges were Mr. Djw, ' agrioultural' editor of the Leader, and Mr. II. Potts, Government scientific instructor in agriculture. These gentlemen have furnished the following report:— " Clark Brae " is the name of Mr. Goldie's farm, which is situated on the coast, two miles from Porf; Fairy railway station. It comprises an area of 235 acres, subdivided into 24 paddocks, of 1 to 23 acres in extent. Eleven of these aro devoted solely to grazing, vhilp an idea of the tillage operations in the way of providing suitable fodder for the dairy herd may be gathered from a description of the smaller subdivisions nnd their usS 'during the past season. The paddocks wore set out as follows:— 34 acres for raising rye grass seed, 21 acres barley, 5 acres wheat, 3 acres whpat, 3 acres potatoes, 6 acres...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 19 June 1901

For Children's Hacking Gongh at night, Woods' (Jreat Peppermint Cute. 1/6,

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HOW TO PREVENT HAILSTORMS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 19 June 1901

HOW TO PREVENT HAILSTORMS. It is understood that Mr. O'S'illivan, Minister for Woiks, is considering the desirableness of placing a sum o£ money upon the estimates to provide for a few guns of the Austrian tyne. for the prevention of hailstorms. Mr. Clement yVragge, recently return ed from Europe, saw the puns manufactured, wit ' nested experiments and discussed I heir value with' lpoal vi)?neronB. The use of a cannot) as a preven tive'of hailstorms was discussed at a congress held . at Padua, Italy, n fev/ ipontlis ago. Delegates were ^present alithls meeiirii; from all parts of the Conti nent, but clii'efly from the wine grmving regions which snli'sr most. The reports prnsented by -wino growers were all in favofot lha' elfieaey of the use of the oannon. Insurance men whose business is to insure crops against damages from hail, attended | the congress with the intention o£ proving that can Don firine: was1 useless. * Their rpropositions were overwh lm'ngly voted down. 13,y an almos...

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B. D. Cottage Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 19 June 1901

B. D, Cottage Hospital. The usual monthly committee meeting was beld on Friday afternoon last. Present : Mr. Gavin George (chair), Dr. A. S. Vftl lack, Rov. E. S. Wilkinson, Messrs. 0. W, Marsden, A. Stephens, R. S. Mackenzie, H. E. Wickham, and F. B. Kyngdon (lion. 80G.) Correspondence. From the railway commissioners re Mr. Lester's admittanco ; from the Walker Con valescent Home, grantiug Mrs. Dignam ad mittance ; from Public Health Department requesting certain hospital information—(to be supplied) from Telegraph Department stating that the telephone would be exten ded from the treasurer's offioe to the rail way station at an annual cost of £1 Is, ap plication first to be made to the railway commissioners—(application to be made) ; from Mr. W. Parkyn, offering to give an entertainment partly in aid of the institu tion, the hospital to get printing and ad vertising done.—Mr. Stephens said the let tor was the outoome of a conversation he had had with Mr. Parkyn, but after discis si...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 19 June 1901

READ WHAT VYTTADATIQ ~ IS DOING, .CONSUMPTION Can t>e Cured. Read What Mr. Fred Stevenson. "Ssys VEP-Ai)ATiO. Has Done for Him. ' DM1,703, July 17, 1DOO. Mr. 3. h, PALMER. Ddar Sir.—For over two years I suffered .from what the dqctors here told me wa?i 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 mo they could not do me any Rood, and . pave me up. lit was then that I heurd of' VITADAi 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 it in quite cured. Twelve months aab I weighed under nine stone. and to-day I w'aa weighed at yonr representative's request, and was just ten.stone eight pounds, and aru now work-' ing on the roads as maintenance man, and well at^a' to do a-hard dfty's'wyrl: as well as I could years as?6.' 1 am'well-known here,» and will do all in my po.vpr t > pura...

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