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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 22 June 1901

| That penny dreadful, " Bearwood Dick," - Perhaps may charm the vulyar mind: Though rather apt to tm'n one eick Whose taate is cultured and relined. B.it though the mind be high or low, The bodies must its ilia endure; The tiling for coughs and colds we know Is W. E. Wood's Git cat Peppermint Cuiie. Juft as we were going to press last night we were informed of the death of Alri". J. Whittaker, which took place after G o'clock. The deceased lady lias been a. resident of Eowral for ninny years, and leaves a husband and rather young family to mourn their loss. Time did not permit of us obtaining luMi r particulars. The funeral will take place on Sunday as advertised. " Good Wine Needs no Busn." But it cannot be too often pointed out that when you go to the city, there is one place—now recognised as one of the " Btftlns of the city "—that no matter how often you have been before, you should visit again ; that is the Cycloramn ; for constant changes are being made to meet the public dem...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Presbyterian Church. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 22 June 1901

Presbyterian Church. Mittagonfi, Rev G A Gordon 11 Bowral, Kov G- A Gordon 3.30 and 7 Mobs Yalo, Itov Iloswoll Uorry 11 and 7

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Bowral & Robertson Free Press. Saturday, June 22,1901. ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 22 June 1901

BowraJLS:--Robertson Fres Press. ,Saturday, June 22,1901. ITEMS OF INTEREST. Tho Primate will viBit and conduct services al Mosa V&lo and Berrima npxt week. I Messrs. J. G. Mu.r a & Co. will conduct a salo. of building material to-day as advertised. Have too tried Rutherford's malt bread ? It is self-digestive, and contains great nutriment. Sond for a loaf.* - - The meeting called for last night re formation of a bicycle club in Bowral fell through for., the want of a quorum. - • In place of Constable McGregor at EowraI,Oon stable P. Dingwall, of Parramatta, lias been appoin ted to the vacancy, and taken up his duties. The match between the Eowral and Goulburn Golf Clubs, arranged to be played on tho Eurradoo Club Grounds to-day, has been postponed owing to the inclement state of the weather. j" Ei-rata.—In Mr. Bonyn.';e's letter of our la:t issue "pantomine tricks " should have read " panto, mimic tricka," and " this frightened thron.i,"' &s., should have re...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Items from Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 22 June 1901

Items tfirom R.obertsoaa. Trre pierci'ig westerlies of llio pnat few days have givon all fin oxcnllont foretnme ot winter, but should Biich weather conlinuo it is firmly believed that groat havoc will ho worked amongst the farmers and dairymen. It is almost too cruel to bo compelled to turn out theso perishing cold mornings, nnd snlly forth, lantern in hnnd, to commence the day's oper ations in the milk shed. 1'hero must bo iio flinch ing, no turning back, to avoid tbo elements, for a lull in tho great industry, the back bono of the col ony, would affect tho State generally. ' ' . Even " Daisy Clm.vno " has kept religiously in doors during the blowy days, but of oourBo there's been no weddings on of Into, and Daisy's sole aim in lift) appears to fi^uro at weddings. How the fas cinating " girl ? " must flattor herself, for when an invitation pcrchance goes" a?ttay she mopes about andjoxpresses herself as being highly indignant Poor silly little tiling, how she must, suffer, to cling ...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 22 June 1901

Wade's Worm Figs are most effective. Children thrive after taking tbem. Price Is. A Chief Cook's Troubles, A Serious Case* A QUICK RESTORATION. The Caao of Mr. G. BROWN. (By a Sydney Reporter.) Tho adoption of perfeot sanitary measures Cor the benefit of tho community lias been engnging Iho nttention of tho municipal officials with increnucd application ainco the outbreak of plaguo. The sapicncu of main taining a purfocfc system of sanitation has made itself patent, in view of tho success attendant upon tho cleansing operations which liavo taken place during tho past few months. Xho disease has beun stumped out of our midiit, and vessels leaving our ports aro not subjected to quarantine in other oountricB. A case bearing closo resemblance to plaguo was investigated by 0110 of our reporters at tho homo of Mr. Goorge Brown, Clifton Cottage, Steol-otrceb, Surry Hills. " How was your illness . contracted V' questioned the reporter. • " Through working botweon furnaces, and indiscreotly ...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Assoeaatsoin Dance. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 22 June 1901

Assoeaatsoin 15ance» On Tuesday evening Inst Mr. H. 13. Jones, president of Iho liowral Young Men's Association, gavo tlio members n very cnjoyiiblo stmiul. Dancing was Eomraeticed at 8 aria continued till 12 p.m. Not withstanding the boisterous weather, soma 110 couplss put in (in nppenranco. The floor was-- in Bplendid order, nnd Mr. Tom Chapman made an efficient M.Q. The mtisio was supplied by Messrs II. E. Jones'nnil Xi. Soulier (piano), and H. t'oo'o (violin). \ Extras wcro rendered by Jlissos Amy Jones and Ferguson, nnd Mr.-T. Chapman. During the even ing clioieo rofroshmentfl wore part a Icon of. J

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Novel Tea. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 22 June 1901

Movel ITea. A. vejiy nnioyahlp afternoon was spent last Thursday at " Tonnysou." Hurradoo-street, the. residence ; of MiaB Boss, when revrrnl ladies met together to .have j a Utile amusement in the form of a " .Novel Ten." Soma of the books representor! were clever and amu sing,,Borne being very InurrhiMn, consequently much fun wascausod in trying t,o fiuens the nninop. Dur ing the'afternoon Miss Russell sang, antl.MrM. Arthur Carter recited or.e of her charming pieces—" Bnli Cratcliit:'s Christinas Dinner,onusing much Ifliujh ter and animation. Shortly before six o'e.lock Miss Rosa announced that Mrc. Kosshmikhad Avon first with 12 correct guesses, Misa Slater second with 10, nnd Mrs. Carter and .Miss SchofieM lio for third with 9 guesses. Then the voting for most ori<(innl jn'isw tookpl'ice, resulting in a win for Miss.Reed: wilh:'8 votes, mid seven votes for Mrs. Carter for second. Miss Reed's wiis very good indeed, the hook heirr^ Adnrn Bede hy George Elliott, represe...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 22 June 1901

IN MEMORIAM. GLEESON. — In loving memory of my dear hus- band, William Gleeson, who departed this life on June 22, 1900, at Rustenberg, South Africa. Inserted by his sorrowing wife, Mary Gleeson. 635

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 26 June 1901

■ At the Sydney Quarter Sessions on Monday four members of the same family received sentences, two of three yearn' and two of two years' imprisonment He Knows Whcrcoflie Writes. ...An editor prints his paper to give his patrons the .newo of the day and for the money thero is in it. He is presumed to know of what ho writes, and ho generally does. When he writes, as ho does, in the Leader Courier, Osceola Mills, Pa., without fee or hope of reward, that ''Chamberlain's Cough Remedy acts, magically, and wo have fdtihdr noie better in pur household. If you have a cough, try it," it may may be acceptod an an honest expression, worthy of •credence... For sale by Mr. D. Morgan, chemist, Jio.wral. ' PLANT AND SEED CATALOGUK.—Messrs. T. Xj. 0. Shepherd nnd Son, the popular Seedsmen ot 202 Pitt Street Sydney, and Darling Nursery, Waterloo, have just issued their catalogue for l'JOl, in which they offer quite a number of New Fruits, of. [ which full descriptions are given. They also offer for t...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Football. BOWRAL v. MITTAGONO. GOOD GAME—BOWRAL VICTORIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 26 June 1901

v Football. . BOWRAL v. MITTAGONO. . ; ;: GOOD GASIE—BO^VKAli VICTORIOUS. . ,0n Saturday last the above teams met on the Globe ground^ Bowral, to take part in their first match with each; other in connection with the : Berrima .Ctimdfiii IJintriot Football Union, which resultod in n win for the home team by G points. The visitors jmt in appearance, and fought a splendid up-hill mime. Both tennis were strongly represented, al . though snnin of tlie best men were absent from eaoh ten in. On iicuoimt of tlid visitors' usual captain be ing -unable to play through an injury received from their previous match with Pictoo, H. Firth was eleo .ted to. fill his position, which ho did, and gave every satisfaction, while G. Adcock made an cxcellont cap tain for Bowral. The weather was all that could be desired for the game, and this togothpr with the ex cellent form both teams' were in made a good game, ibqing both friendly arid scientific. The match was .interesting, dnd'somo good play was sho...

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Christianity and Faith. Is the Christian Faith in danger from the advanced Critics? [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 26 June 1901

Christianity and Faith. Is the Christian Faith in danger from the advanced Critics? On Sunday evening last the Rev. E. S. Wilkinson delivered his last sermon of the second scries on the above subject ; — The preacher said that some people were very easily alarmed by the spread of rationalistic criticism. They thought that at the commencement of this century flood gates of criticism had, as it were, been opened to the Christian faith, and that it was in danger. But he assured his hearers that there was no cause for alarm. They had the same Bible, the same Christ, and the same foundation, and so long as these remained the same there was little cause for anxiety. No doubt their point of view of looking at the Bible, and of considering some of the questions concerning the Christian faith had altered,, and would alter still further as the years went on. But he believed it was an alteration for the better. . He be lieved that the way they looked upon the Christian faith was a higher way t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 26 June 1901

Am. wiio-bufpkh from weak digestion should eat Rutherford's malt bread, it is highly recommended. Ask lor cart to call.—* A rrotestant Defence Association has been formed in.Sydney, the objects being to elect suitable mem bers of Parliament, as well as aldermen; and to en; deavor to obtain just and equitable distribution of public patronage and to preserve the general inter ests of F.otestantq from enaroachment or injury in legal, political, and commercial matters. A weekly newspaper is to be started in connection therewith. For Children'* Hanking Cough at night, Woods'Great Peppermiut Cure. 1/6. We are in receipt of a souvenir of the visit ol the Duke and Duchess of York to this State, from the N.S.W. BookBtall Co. The book is exquisitely got up, the piatures being the best that could be obtain ed. The price is Is 2d post free. Soil of ail Ohio Merchant Cured of Chronic Diarrhoea. My son has been troubled for .years with ohronia diarrhoea. Somo time ago I persuaded him to take soni...

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RE-GRADING IN THE PUBLIC SERVICE, MANY INCREASES IN SALARIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 26 June 1901

RE-GRADING IN THE PUBLIC SERVICE, MANY INCREASES IN SALARIES. Tnic re-grading of the Public Service under the pro visions of the Act of 1895 has just been completed by tho Public Servioe Hoard, and the Gazettes con taining the revised salaries of officers as determined by that body have boon issued. The board in tho present regrading have dealt with tho salaries of 3590 officers. Of those receiving salaries under £150 per annum 557 have received incroasos; of those receiving £150 nuil under £300 per annum '180 have received increases; and of those receiving £300 and up to £500 200 have re ceived increases ; while of the officers in receipt of £500 por annum and upwards 37 have received in oreaseo. In no caso has a salary been decreased. Many adjustments have been found necessary owing to tho growth of business or alteration of the conditions obtaining when the last grading was fixed, and every effort has heen made to arrive at what should bo tho fair and proper anjount of salary "to...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 26 June 1901

Tea! Tea !! WE always have on.hand new shipments of specially prepared Ceylon, Indian, and China Teas to suit our customers. We nlso keep the beat Coffee, Cocoa, and Essence of Coffee. If you have not tried our Tea, send for sample, free on application. Wc have the Flavoring Tea in lib,. 21b,. and 51b."" boxes. Price—5/ per lb. (No Agent Employed.) J. A. MOV & CO. 545 George-street, Sydney. . T. B. Dunwoodie, Monumental Mason, BOWBAL. 8241 The Live Upholsterer*. W. STOKES IS still prepared to upholster your suite, or conob, or chairs; repair your furniture—polish, <6e. makes Carpets, and cleans and lays them as they should be; repairs the sun shades ; fixes op tbs sewing maohine ; vrill re-cane your ohairs at leu than Sydney prices; makes window blinds, and fixes; furniture packed nod stored. W.S. trusts by strict attention to business and good workmanship, at low prices, to merit your pat ronage. All Orders and Telegrams promptly attended to. Note address: VICTOR...

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Draughts. BOWRAL v. HOBERTON PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 26 June 1901

Draughts. BOWRAL v. HOBERTON PAKK. A vi'.nv pleasant draught matob was played at Itnb orlnn Park 011 Saturday evening last between tlio Dnwral nnil Roberton l'ark Draught clubs. There were eight playcra a-side, and sorao good play was exhibited on both BidcH i but the borne team evenr tually carried off tho laurels, winning by 7 games, Tha floored were: liolierton l'ark 19i, Bowral 12£. Refreshments, which were tastofully laid out by Mrs. H. G. Fraacr and Mrs. .T, Wood wore partakon of at the conclusion of the play, after which Mr. H. G. Eraser, on behalf of tho Ituberton Park players, mado a few appropriate remarks, expressing hiB pleasure at seeing such a gonial company pres ent. Tho object of their meeting together was not merely to play a game of draught1), but also tliu pro motion of friendship by bringing the different tuwns tORothor. Mr. T. Garrad was asked to reply for Bowral. Me said he waB ns poor at Bpeiiking as at draught playing ; and if anyone doubted Mr. McRac'nabilit...

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FARM and GARDEN The Second "Leader" Prize Farm. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 26 June 1901

FjU|l ag MfjifJ The Second " Leader" Prize Farm. Oor efforts to make the Wednesday Free Press of iateroBfc to its agricultural readers meet with gratify ing success. The description last week of a Victor ian prize farm proved of sufficient interest to en courage us to add the report of the judges on the Bcoond prize farm The original projcct to drain the Moe Swamp was donbtleBS evolved with considerable misgivings as to | its ultimate success in reclaiming such a large area. After several years of gradual development sumo ad mirable results are already assured, and one of the most productive blocks of land in the State is being utilised to practioally demonBtrate^the value of in tense culture. Natural advantages are undoubtedly prominent, seeing that the adjoining hills of the meaozoio period largely contribute lime constituents, while an intrusion of the new volcanic overflows -into the valley, combining with the post-tertiary de ' posits and accumulations of humus to prepare in na...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 26 June 1901

MAFEKING DINING ROOMS. Having taken over the Business recently carried on by Mrs. A. Beattie, lias removed to more Commodious Premises .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. Special Room for Ladies. . MR. H. «^ONES, Dentist to His Excellency, tbe Governor, Argyle-St., MOSS VAJLK. iEQS to intiraato to the Inhabitants of Moss Vale and tho Bcrriraa District that he is prepared to execute work in nil bianclios of Dentis try equal to tho leading Sydney Dentists, at Strictly Moderate Chargee. Mr. Jonos regularly receives from America tbo latest improvements in Dentistry, and Bpares no ex pense to Booure the comfort of his patients, Painless Extractions by Laughing Gas, Cocaine, and Ohlorido of Ethyl,. Visits SYDNEY, 36 Wynyard-Bquaro, from 3rd (Saturday until Tuesday following in month. BURBA WANG, Shiel's Hotel, lat Saturday in ponth. BOWRA...

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AGRICULTURAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 26 June 1901

AGRICULTURAL ITEMS. Pasteurising South Australian wines is being undertaken on a large scale by a distillery firm at Adelaide. The apparatus treats 600 gallons a day, the wine being heated and cooled without the least exposure to the air. Wino so treated will remain unaltored for years, for it neither improves nor deteriorates. It is interesting to learn that Mr. Sutherland, a whilom tobacco export to the N.S.W. Depart ment of Agriculture, has succeeded in making the tobacco crop a financial success iu Fiji. Had the. N.S.W. Department given their officer con sistent support, he would no doubt have been able to record a similar success in this State. The province of Taranaki, N.Z., is making great strides in bacon curing. Four factories are now working tull time, and a sum of £30,00© will be spent this year in purchasing pigs. Feed has much to do in giving flavor to butter. A prize taker at Dublin always feeds his cows for his show butter on crushed oats, bran, and a little pea meal,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 26 June 1901

WANTED, A BOY.—Apply Mrs. T. K. RYDER, " Cooyong," Shopkerd-strect, Bowrnl. 81Q WANTfCD, nowly oalvod COW, thoroughly quiet, must bo heavy milker. Full particu lars, inducting bread, to L. H. BAKER, Colo Vnlo. 811 WANTED TO RENT, on a five or ton years* lease, premises in Bowral suitablo for B (JTCHER'S SHOP, with good rosidonoe and plenty of yard room. Prefer as near to post-ollico as possible. Apply J. W. NORMAN, Butolior, Moss, Valo. SEEDS, nil kinds; FRUIT TREES ; SHRUBS. BEST and CHEAPEST in stock. -10 PACK-" ETS, TRAIN PAID, 10a. A. LANSDOWNE & CO., Goulburn, At Haig & Co's Clearing; Sale, Boys' Caps 3d. eaclt. United Methodist Service ON SUNDAY EVENING NEXT, Jnno 30tli, nt 7 p.m., thero will bo a United Methodist Service iu tho School of Arts, Bowrnl. Short Sermons will bo dolivered by Revs. M, Mad-, dern and A. W. Partou, the ministers ot tho uniting Churches. Spocial singing will bo rendered by tho Combined Choir, under the oonduotorship of Mr. H. E. Wiok ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 26 June 1901

Motor oara are now being used in some instances in London to draw the fire engines to the scene of conflagration, proving more expeditious than horses. It is intended also to use motors as dust cart3 in the world's metropolis. Gunning, Tuesday.—An nccident befel Mrs, Mai ler, of Lerida, to-day. Before leaving home in a spring-cart she placed a heated briok wrapped in a ■ bag in the cart in order to keep her feet warm. On reafibing Gunning she, with her young daughter, alighted, leaving the vehiole for a short time, when it waB discovered that the whole contents of the oart were ablaze. The bottom and front of the oart were burnt out, and a valuable rug and other things were destroyed. A SURE CURE FOR CROUP. Twenty-five Years* Constant Use without a Failure. The first indication of croup is hoarseness, and in a child subject to that disease may be taken as a sure sign of the approach of an attack. Following this hoarseness ib a peculiar rough cough. If - Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is...

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